The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 17, 1936
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Inn Thursday Night Per Cent Complete


The annual Junior-Senior banquetof M. R. Lawler, in charge of the

: : OF SCHOOL MAY 1ST the Clewiston High School was SUGAR CORPORATIONAn concrete work on the Okeechobee- KIWANIS CLUBOne
I! held Thursday night at the Clewis- Caloosahatcb.ee project for the U. S.

: ton Inn and the young folks made It Engineers stated this week that the

With the closing of county schools lone of the gayest affairs of the year.A Associated Press dispatch ap- Ortona lock job, under contract to of the most interesting and

"i' set for Friday, May 1, arrangements dance in the spacious dining hall pearing in the daily papers today the Spadaro Construction_ Companyof educational talks which it has been

:;' are being made for the graduation following the banquet made the evening stated that the largest benefit payment Moore Haven was now about the privilege of the KIwanis Club

p.: exercises and other festivities connected complete.Bob made under the AAA of $1- thirty-four percent complete and members to hear was that' given by'- "

r with the closing of scheols, i iI Patterson, president of the 067,665 had been made to the Unit- that progress had been much slower Capt. Richardson Selee, who for the "!
r'I both in Clewiston and in other county ed States Sugar Corporation of than had been anticipated. This '
,r a Junior class, acted as toastmaster past two and a half years has been .
' schools. Clewiston and the second highest to also holds true on the hurricane gate "
: and performed the duties of that in charge of the Clewiston sub-of- l
The baccalaurate sermon ,will be difficult assignment In a most Clever another sugar company in Puerto under contract to the E. H. Latham fice of U. S. Engineers supervising :

:> : delivered by Dr. D. J. Williams at manner. Rico of $961,064.The Company at Okeechobee and is be- the Okeechobee Flood Control pro- j

;.. the High School auditorium on Sun- Miss Louise Bussey gave a toastto entire amount was not received lieved to be due to the fact that for ject, at the regular meeting of the J 1

'K. day, April 26 as the beginning of. the members of the Senior class in one year but was issued, according -some time it was impossible to secure club Wednesday evening. Capt. Se-
graduation'week.. to the dispatch, in three. competent form builders from
which was responded to by Vincent lee used slides and a projector to '.'
I On Thursday evening the com i Oglesby, the only boy in the senior checks in 933, 1934, and 1935 and the NRS rolls. Illustrate the points of his talk. !

m'encement.exercises. will be heldin class of four. Miss Dorothy Brown was in payment of the reduction in Up to last Sunday 3,069 yards of Thorough familiarity with his .,1
the school auditorium with R. acreage under the plan of the Agri- concrete had been poured In the Or subject combined with the ability to
gave a toast to the faculty to which '
' V. Sowers, Dean of Men at Southern cultural Adjustment Administration. tona job, the greater portion of this .
: ; Acting Principal B. E. Herring made make, an excellent talk left little to
? ': College, delivering the commencement the response. During the past week an increasein being in the upper lock gate, whichis be desired in Capt. Selee's explan- .;

J J: address. By virtue of quota has been allowed sugar ; now about fifty percent complete.The ation In an understandable and non-
During the dinner R. N. Smith greater part of the excavationat :
-;, approximately one half a percentage producers of Louisiana and Floridabut technical manner, of the Okeechobee s
Y point Miss Florine Moore will be sang several popular songs, accomp- at this time it has not been determined this job has been completed except work. ..:
anied by Mrs. Mark Lawler at the for approach channels. The
valedictorian of her class over Miss what the increase, will His first explanation was of the
'.: .', Katherine Wiandt who will be salu- piano and led group singing. amount to for the local sugar cor- spillway channel is complete exceptfor Increase in cost of the project over -';

'( _,; atorian. Jt was only' after an exhaustive The Senior class colors of red and. poration. the rip-rap which is required the original estimate./The first estimate )

r' ,' ,average of grades through the white were carried out with table I throughout, its length. was nine million dollars '1

1If';>--.' four years of high school of each decorations of Easter lillies and red I The lock gates at Ortona are very which was little more than a guess '

.- : pupil that the winner was determ- gladiolas while the Junior colors of CANTATA BY CHOIR similar: to the hurricane gates in the as to the actual cost because of the .

;}:_ ined. green and white were used In the levee except that the gates have a fact that the Engineers were entirely .'

t ., On May 1, the annual May Day exercises remainder of the decorations. two point suspension instead of threeas unacquainted with conditions in this 2

' '. will be given by the elementary Favors of white purses were givento ENJOYED ON EASTERThe in the hurricane gates and thereis area and that a great amount of da- '..

;- grades with the traditional MayPole the Senior girls while Vincent no parapet, the top of the gate ta had to be ,gathered and experi- ,,

dance. The King and Queen of Oglesby received fishing tackle. Evening being the same height as the lock mentations made to determine the. J

May will be chosen prior to that bags and fishing tackle were special music rendered by wall. The upper gate is 21.5 feet in most feasible methods of levee con- ';,

:F:, time; the king by popular vote of also given to the members of the,, the choir of the Community church height while the lower gate is 32 struction. As a result the completed .:

students, and the queen by a popularity Junior class with handkerchiefs be- !I at the Good Friday service and on feet high, the difference being caused .- project will cost approximately :;

contest which will be staged. The ing given to the faculty members. Easter morning was a treat such__as by the sharp drop in channel elevation seventeen million dollars or nearly .. .

'.' :four contestants for king, Vincent Those enjoying the delightful affair the Clewiston community is seldom between the upper and low- twice the original estimate., .-01., :
Oglesby, Bob Patterson, Jack Moor- er pools. The bottom of the lower
were: Seniors;, Florine Moore, privileged to hear. A screen had been placed in the :;;:
.j man and Ed Clark will probably, be gate is at an elevation of -11.0 or
: Anne Mathis, Katherine Wiandt, and "The Crucifixion" by Stainer, is 'center of the dining hall at the Inn .
voted upon by the student body the I Vincent Oglesby. Juniors:, Bob Pat- a cantata of great merit musicallyand four feet below the7.0 flow line so that everyone could easily see :
k/' same day the winner of the queen's of the lower channel to permit future -
' terson, Jack Moorman, Ed Clark, I is sung each year at Easter the slides as they were projected on- .J
". race is determined. Louise Bussey, Ethel Willis and Dor- season.. by choirs in many cities of deepening If necessary. to the screen. One of the first was ::

.... The candidates for May Queen othy Brown. Faculty members: Miss America and the world. -The rendition The Latham Company at Okee- a map of south. Florida showing the ..

are: Florine Moore, Katherine Sue Maxwell, Miss Mary Snell, Miss of the Clewiston chorus was especially -I I chobee has finished driving pilingin location of the levees in the lake. ..':;
Wiandt, Anne Mathis, ,Dorothy Lavonia the hurricane gate structure and
Congdon Miss
Dorothy good and gave evidence of the channels and structures built ';:,
E<;. Brown, Ethel Willis and Louise Bus- in two of the culverts on the same
and B. E. Herring. Guests: dilligent practice and faithful rehearsing around the lake: He described how !
,"" ; sey. Each student will be given one contract. They were scheduled to
Mrs. M. R. Lawler and R. N. Smith. The choruses, "Swing the seventeen spillways had been :
lJ free vote in this contest while others first concrete
have poured the
Wide the Gate" "Is It
and Nothingto
: built in, the St. Lucie canal at a cost :
['')J will be sold throughout the town You?" Tuesday of this week. '
: Mrs. were especially rendered of $427,000 to prevent soil washing ::
.. Bailey CandidateFor ,
*- for ,five cents each. Votes must be .
: as was the quartet number into the canal and forming bars and '
'r turned in before four o'clock on -' "God S"o Loved The World". Sheriff, To
Tax CollectorMrs. Delaney stated that the cost of removing
" Wednesday, April 22 and the
t The solo parts by 1\Irs..1\Iark Law- these bars In the past had run to j;
: raised in this manner will go to help ler, Mrs. G. J. Potter and Messrs. R. Seek ReelectionSheriff about $60,000 per year. .. .J

defray graduation expenses. N. Smith and M. E. Yenawine were
,;,;'i'; '.. Alice Curry Bailey of La- He showed pictures of the lake J
" "" excellently taken and sung with remarkable -
Belle, this week makes the and explained graphs of water elevations .x
Music Class To Give an- effect.To H. L. Delaney makes formal -
, ;
at the time of the 1928 hurricane \
nouncement of her candidacy for the announcement this week of his
J. E. Beardsley, the conductor,
office of Tax 'Collector and at the present time, typ- 0
of Hendry the
: candidate in
intention to be a
. Recital Tomorrow the community is indebted for the ;
the 'office ical profiles of the levee showing ..}
county, now held by Frank June Primaries for election as '
which such
t.... Doughtery, and is soliciting the vote sheriff of Hendry county.Mr. types of construction and the various 'J j I'
marked results. Mrs.* Doty's work at
,., Mrs. Mark R. Lawler will present of her friends throughout the coun- I Delaney first became sheriffof I materials encountered, and their J
the piano is also entitled to consid- :
her piano pupils in a recital at three ty for the office. this county in 1931 when he was properties. He spent some time ex- ,,y
erable mention for the fine support I
";:':' o'clock Saturday afternoon, April IS, to plaining the methods of construction ;
Mrs. Bailey states that she has I she gave the chorus in their appointed by Governor Carlton
r.:. at the school auditorium. All who and the developments of the 1
t? been a life-lone: Democrat' born- and I rendition of this difficult but most fill the unexpired term of Sheriff '
;Y'4I t.- are interested are- cordially invited raised in old Lee county and Hendry I I inspiring performance. Dan McLaughlin who resigned. In various types of levee. .

,.';' .. to attend. county.. She was educated in the:' the general election he ran for the He described in detail the various .\
: The program is as follows: schools of Fort Myers and LaBelleand I j The choir presented "The Crucifixion" office and was elected.In types of machines which had been :;J

\: :. Selections by the Rythm Band took a business training course :j and''the Easter cantata be- making his announcement for used in levee construction and gave "

;4- Piano Solo-Nancy Wright. at Massey's ,in Jacksonville., She I fore a large and appreciative audi- re-election Sheriff Delaney states lme most Interesting data in regard -;- 1"1"s
ence at the Baptist church in Moore ':
Piano Solo.-Joan
Crouch. of certain
worked in a mercantile and hard. that he is making the race solely on to the development
, Piano Solo-Billy Redelsheimer. ware business in LaBelleat inter-I Haven on Easter night. his record of law enforcement and of these machines and also told of i'

\ Piano Trio-Nancy Wright, Peg-]I vals for fifteen years after which fair dealings to all. He has made an many of the various methods of

:., gy Lawler and Mary Louise Thomas. she took a normal school course I I exceptionally good officer and it is construction which had been devel-

Piano Solo-Nora Oglesby. secured a school and taught for five AMERICAN LEGION said of him that when the sheriff oped by the contractors as they gained -

,tf;" >, Piano Solo-Mary Louise Thomas. years in one community. For the needs to be contacted that he may experience and became familiar

. :'... Piano Solo-Bruce Beardsley. past five' years she has served as MEETS IN LABELLE be located by telephone within a with the peculiarities of work on
. I I +
..". ; !_ Piano Duet-Anne Pafford and Supervisor of Registration of Hendry few minutes time no matter wherehe the lake. One of the most important k
LaDeen '
Peters. ; county. may be. His record of law en- of these was the dry-pit method developed -

.e> Piano Solo-Dicky Owen. Mrs. Bailey is well-k now n Clewiston American-- Legion Post forcement is a: good one and he says I I by McKenzie, on his contract

Piano Solo-Peggy- Lawler. throughout the county and feels No. 93 held their regular monthly that none of the policies of the of- from Liberty Point to Clewiston

J! Piano Solo,-Julia: Anne Oglesby. that she is capable and 'deserving meeting Tuesday night in LaElelle, fice will be changed if he Is reelected. which permitted material to be

Piano Solo-Anne Pafford. of' the support of the county, voters. R. N. Miller and S. A. Graves of handled much more rapidly and efficiently ;p
. *
:< Piano Duet-Julia Ann and Nora that city being in charge of the pro- He will be opposed for reelectionby and greatly decreased the ;

Oglesby. 1 gram for the meeting. W. W. Hooks, of LaBelle and cost of dynamiting through rocky
Piano Solo-Barbara Smith. Doty Is Appointed
The meeting was held at the La- Douglas Thompson, of Clewiston. stratas. ,
Piano Solo-LaDeen Peters. Belle High School building and a de- He told the story of the powder
Piano Solo-Margaret VonMach. Deputy ArchivestMiss foreman for McKenzie who was car-
licious chicken dinner had been pre- Tomato Shipments To
: Piano Solo-Mauryne Prewitt. subterraneancavern
ried alive through a
QS' pared by the Woman's Missionary
I :. Piano Solo-Marianne Jones. levee and shot to
under the
Society of the First Methodist Next WeekWith
: The latter part of the program Dorothy Dodd, Assistant Regional church, the pastor of which church, Begin the surface in the borrow pit some
will be a group selections from Director of the Survey of National -I i Rev. C. W. Alford is a member of great distance away none the worse
.: Gilbert and Sullivan operas as follows Archives his experience and also told ma-
from Gainesville for
:. the Legion. During the dinner en- tomatoes selling at from
'(:' : was a recent visitor here In the interest tertainment was provided by a trio 2.25 to $2f.75 per field crate f. o. b. ny pr-sonal experiences which were
;F Sailors' Hornpipe-dance, by Julia of her work and decided aftera of LaBelle boys, singing hill-billy packing houses yesterday local grow- ''of great interest.
Anne Oglesby and Barbara Smith. of the that the Passing on to the concrete strut'S
;a. survey area full songs and playing their own accomp- ers are confident of the most successful -
: ; Little Buttercup-Played by Mari-' time of a Deputy Archivest would be animent on the guitar, the harmonica season In years with pros- tuies he explained how they operated -
, anne Jones and sUng by Runelle Mc- needed here for several number of them on the project ,
months andJ. and the jug. Mrs. John Newton pects that car load lots of this crop
Gehee. H. Doty was appointed to the po also played several selections on the will start moving from the Clewis- and gave interesting data concern-,
Things Are Seldom What They sition. them such as' the weight of each
piano, the Legion members joiningin ton area next week. ing
' : (Continued on Page 8) Under one of the first WPA pro- and singing whenever a piece was Most of the fruit picked this week of the gates, Approximately 95 tons

ject approvals, Mrs. Franklin D. played that they liked or to which has been first fruit and not of first- but so balanced that they may be x

I" Principal BeacomGranted Roosevelt succeeded in getting across they knew the words. class quality. Early in the week an easily opened and closeTl by one man.

I her idea for the construction Commander Jay W. Moran called inferior grade of fruit sold for $2.00 He touched only briefly on the

I .. Sick Leave of a new National Archives buildingIn the business meeting to order at the per field crate. Packing houses are work in the Caloosahatchee River ...

.e': Washington where the details of conclusion of the dinner and routine in readiness here for the season and which is now underway except to \:

: the work of various government departments business was quickly disposed of. the first packing was scheduled to',explain the flow of the water
c \\\ L. Beacom principal of the including the U. S. the through the canal and give distances ..
.'(,: Engi- Details of the Legion drive for safe- begin today or tomorrow In -::'
'," Clewiston school during this year neers, will be filed and retained for ty on the highways were discussedand Clewiston houses.R. which would be cut off and the

left Wednesday for Jacksonville their historical value. delegates appointed to the state L. McDuffie farming near the greater ease with which drainage j:
f." where it is understood that he will For many years, It is said, these convention which' is being held the Bare Beach pump station in Sections could be accomplished with the wider -
take treatment for a sinus infection details have been available but deeper, straighter channel. .; ''I i
. may last three days of this week in Sarasota 29 and 30 shipped a carloadof "
which has bothered him throughoutthe only be found by much effort in the J. A. McGehee, of Clewlaton, tomatoes this week but no Some of the figures brought out ;

; year. He was granted sick leave Government files in every state 'of and L. O. Gravely of LaBelle were report has been received on the gelling by Capt. Selee are well worth remembering a

; by the county school board and It Is the Union or In the basement of War named as delegates and H. R. Hall price. and are as' follows: 83.2

not believed that he will return dur- Department buildings long "forgot and Fred Puryear, both of Clewiston The bean market also has shot miles of levee; 21,8 miles of auxiliary

ing the present term of school ten The new plan will provide a as alternates. upward during the past two weeks floodway channel: 41,233,000

ti B, E, :Herring is Acting Principal centralllzed filing and Indexing ays- At the conclusion of the meeting and Roy Hudson farming between cubic, yards of excavation and em-

: during: the abaence'of Prof. Beacom.i (Continued on Page 8) (Continued on Page 8) (Continued on Page 8) (Continued on Page 8)




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News Review of Current- America's Meat Rise ConsumptionShows During 1935 Whitens, Clears The HOW MONTH CARDUI AFTER HELPS MONTH ',--)

Where there have been severe
Meat consumption in, the United Skin Quickest WayNo pains every month from functional
States since 1900 has, averaged 6-1
Over disturbances from
Events the World resulting poor
pounds cf pork, C3 pounds of beef, matter how dull and dark your nourishment, Cardui has helped
i : six pounds of veal, and six: pounds of complexion;no matter how freckled and, thousands of women to obtain relief."I .

'. lamb or mutton, for each man, wom- coarsened will by sun andwindNADINOLA suffered a great deal with pain
Cream whiten
I an and child each year. Last year clear and smooth your, 'VtJ1-/'O'g'x.1'. : '% in' my side and a weakness in my
; "
'Hitler's .Peace Proposals Scouted by France-Big Italian we ate a little more than the aver- skin to new beauty, "/::. back, writes Mrs. Walter Page, of
: Evansville Ind.
quickest, easiest :: 'j;
of G4 of beef way
pounds pork, ,
War-Lowden' age Just apply at bedtIme' P'd.'. "Each month I would suffer all over and
.. Victory May End Ethiopian 10 of veal and seven of lamb. NADINOLA,tested and :::. k'. ./ would have to go to bed. One of my neigh-
: bors told how Cardui
; me helped her so I
trusted for over a generation :..: :-1 took it and it helped me. After taking
for Key-Noter.
Republican Dr Pierce's Favorite Prescription makes begins its beautifying 4.V '%::!:<<4 .'f eight bottles, I was better. I surely can
weak women strong.' No alcohol. Sold work while you : ":' recommend.Cardui for weakness and pain." '
by druggists in tablets or liquid.-Adv. sleep Then you see day- 1:. .':" 9 .Of course, if Cardui does not benefit
W. PICKARD : YOU, consult a physician.
By EDWARD by-day improvement until r\ {;: t,:;
( is .
complexion x
your : %
WI'1ternJews paper Union. What Patience ,Is restored to creamy d i\t;,:<,. f:(,
white satin-smooth Nf" ; ; ('vv.;
Some patience Is courage and someIs ,
'or main of 50,000 troops southof
DoLI"HITLEU'S proposals the body loveliness. No
disappointments long
A no
peace In Europe, together with Lake Ashanji: eight miles' away. apathy.These waiting for results. :Money-back guar-' FOB "
I his tint rejection of the plan of the Italian fatalities Included 16 officers antee. At all toilet counters, only 50c.Or ,

other four Locarno powers for settlement and about 1,000 soldier's" most of the write NADINOLA, Box 47, Paris,Tenn.
S opBU ll0 ON Pain!
of the Kmnelanu latter being Erltrean Aslcaris. It was .
situation, were handedto believed"'Marshal Badoglio would follow soothing, healing pads give you in- .
stant relief from painful bunions;stop shoe
British Foreign Minister : up this victory with a smashing blow pressure, cushion and shield the sore spot. SCALPSCuticura

i Eden by Joachim at Dessye, main concentration point of (fc

ron Ribbentrop. and : the l Ethiopians, unless peace negotia- brings soothing, welcome -

passed on by Eden to tions stop him. IRIlJ: : relief. The Ointment aids

the French and Belgian Just before this battle the Italianair in removing dandruff the

ambassadors: In' bombers attacked and practically Soap keeps the scalp clean-

London The British ruined llarar. second city of Ethiopia. and promotes hair beauty.Buy .

yx the lost ol the populace had (fled when today. Soap Zoo Ointment 25c
g+j e. it cabinet thought and 50c. FREE sample if you write
; German scheme worthyof scouting planes gave a warning of "Cuticura," Dept, 8, Malden, Mass.

consideration, butAdolf what was to come, so the casualties KILLS INSECTS

the 'French. govern- were few. MyldealRemedyforN
went looked upon ,It ON FLOWERS FRUITS

as a "cunning'plan" to split the Locarno 'f : VEGETABLES & SHRUBS

powers and make Hitler the virtual dictator delving; "Though I nave tried all good Demand original sealed
and remedies Capudine suits me bottles, from your dealer
Premier Sarraut
of Europe. its
of"the Townsend plan organization, best. It is quick and gentle." c y
Foreign MInister' Flandln were consult- founder, Dr. Francis E. Townsend, an Quickest because it is liquidits V 3tyy;
ing on steps for frustrating the relcbs- complete reorganization ingredients are already dissolved '
nounced in Washington a For headache, neural yyl .,
fuehrer and preserving. a united frontof of "Old Age Revolving gic or muscle aches.FRUITSVEGETABLES. ''4

the Locarno nations. Pensions, Ltd." The shake-up followed PARKER'SHAIR MAKE THEM HAPPYOne

o Hitler's note made these proposals: a split between RepresentativeJohn BALSAM bottle of 'DEAD SHOT' Dr.Peery's .
1. A "standstill" agreement to existon S. McGroarty of California, who Removes Dandruir.StopeualrFailing
Imparts Color and Vermifuge will save you
both sides of the German border for has pushed the Townsend plan In the Beauty to Gray and Faded Hair
60c and{1.00 at DrufteiBts. money, time, anxiety; and restore
four months during which Germany, house, and the California doctor. Doc- Alxox Chem Wk .Pntchogue,NY. the health of your children in case
France, and Belgium would make no tor Townsend accused McGroarty of FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use m
Market Prices. Quick connection with Parker's Hair BalsarruMakes the of Worms or Tapeworm.
troop movements. This "armistice" Townsendltes In In Truck and Car Lots. High
conniving to convert Sales.Financial responsibility assures Full daily returns hair soft and fluffy.50 cents by mail or at drug
would be guaranteed by a neutral l com- California to the Democratic party. Our market quotation are not exaggerated to gists.Hiscox Chemical Works,Patchogue.N.Y.30t40c65c Dr.Peery's'DEAD SHOTVermifuge50c
induct thipments. Write or wire for them..
mission. Townsend said that henceforth the

2. A 25-year nonaggression pact be- movement would be managed by a SCHLEY BROTHERS"The 4t Rwowslarne ?epea >t

tween Germany. France, and Belgium, board and that he would present to It East Camden St.Dependable. House"IS BALTIMORE MD. 31UHI I I CLEANS DRESSES TIES,,

guaranteed by an International arbi- 90 per cent of the profits of the Town- .Commission Established Firm 80 year now*and operating the only 6 Wholesale separate p ANYTHING

tration court,, to be negotiated imme- send National Weekly. The national locations and Gale force in Baltimore. IN A JIFFY.H HHHM a bottle nt druggists or

diately after the French elections. headquarters of the movement will\ bQ W NU-7 '1C-3G Bottles 'ALL DRUGGISTS Wright's Pill Co., 100 Gold bt., N.Y. City 1 1f

3. Negotiation for nonaggression moved from Washington to Chicago.

,pacts between Germany and her other Townsend will remain as president.His .
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named \ y Y W':1t
neighbors. board of directors was a$ Hr qiEfAj. t ; ( ; P ; it j1 ttf&&

4. Germany to return' to the Leagueof follows:' Gomer Smith, Oklahoma City, :;-::; ",, ::;: l .M:.: i::. .;:.:;. D ;:::*#y frtft'fjjW:::: : : ,;,.:itff.ttrnF1f:: : : ..:::....: .>.:;:;.y r W:

covenant Nations Is?as separated an equal from If the the league Versailles ',Francisco vice: president, national: Gilmour secretary Young; Dr. Clin San tll''lJJ\t.: .} dl;:: ft ;:::: : : ;if'I(' :; ::@:::; h UP: :. :iL: ::;;; .a&} ::<.:I[;: !;:(::,x. :: ::4w f: th, t ::i.tr'I',:

treaty and with the under- ton Wunder, New York, .. B. Kiefer.

standing that colonial concessions will Chicago, Frank Arbuckle, Los Angeles ,
be made. and Nathan J. Roberts, Jacksonville *<&*;nS&2K I'LL TELL THAT + OH, PETER, v :A sA .,'(WELL,T TOLDJACKSON + OH, PETER' ,YOUSHOULDN'T :'p iWt:

5. When a general ,settlement Is Insight regional directors; and Alfred Wright, *; NEW NEIGHBOR DoN'TOFFENDNl; '.Y< A HAVE 'MUit MtW ';I

conferences to: be held to secure Cleveland. Ohio, manager. .: TO KEEP HIS JACKSOMS-HE'S ON r : < THING OR TWO/ DONE THAT/ NOW >:,.y;<{>> '

', the prohibition "In warfare of gas, poi- fix ;}> CHICKENS OUT THE MEMBERSHIP t%>< -BET. HE KEEPS YOU'LL NEVER .v fY>tin'; % '-." I

son and Incendiary bombs, bombing of LEADERS of both major:; parties are, OF OUR YARD.OR. / I COMMITTED FOR HIS LITTLE GET //NTD THEy "

civilians, bombing. of towns more than the arrangements for alit s I'LL KILL THE LODGE,... FEATHEREDFRIENDS LODGE.

12 miles, ,from, the battle zone, and the. national conventions and pickingout EVERY LAST AND YOU'RE up { HOME/ > V TELL

: r' ; the abolition of heavy tanks and heavy the chief prators for. those occasions VY ONE OF FOR MEMBERSHIP// w AFTER V HER TO PIPE >v

artillery. __.. : The Republic- 'EAA/ h Q'i '': y 1j THIS/ ": DOWN OR YOU'LL
6. A general economic and disarmament ans have tentatively Yt'7" AW,60 AHEAD i fiT1" "" WRING THOSE > '


den, former governor A) -AND JACKSON'S .>.< :
'BV \"A
::1 l TOO'jr
: the example of, Germany of Illinois. as temporary IN THEIR FRONT \

A the Austrian diet has repudiated chairman and DooR! \Yl .

that nation's military obligations keynoter of the gathering 4Z T1I :::. ; 11. I
under the 'St., Germain treaty. ,
By unanimous vote It approved a bill this choice stands it Is R> '

introduced by Chancellor Kurt von presumed the perma-

: Schuschnigg, providing for general national nent chairman will be rkrAV I ::: / ,,} nVV
military service "with or without an Easterner, possibly # : '
arms." Every male from his eighteenth Walter Edge of New ) V
F. O. Lowden !
Jersey: former amhss '
to his forty-second year I _
to conscription. This, move, which sailor and senator. I -
of Premier Mussolini Some Western governor is wanted by
bas the
support ., .
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the Democrats as their keynoter and V :: : : : t'I I \I
of Italy, was ,not unexpected, ami
the honor be to Paul V. Mc-
may given
though it aroused the ,little entente :r ''
Nutt of Indiana, C. Ben Ross of Idahoor *'fkPLEASE I UNDERSTAND- { ; :h:{ BUT PETER. ALL R lG H T :,:a ;''> <
nations to anger,, probably, their formal '' 4;> I'LL %';
.. Clyde C. Herring of Iowa. For per- : yOVERLOOK. MR.JACKSON HAD THAT ':' IT HELPED TRY IT :
prot s'* will bring no result.' manent chairman at Philadelphia Sen-: \1 PETER'S : TROUBLE ONCE-OUR rif '"v> < MR. JACKSON/ -IF YOU'LL KEEP ;: a'Eri
Th new law is not likely to bring ? -rr
ator Robinson Arkansas Is likely to < RUDENESS- : DOCTOR CALLED ITCOFFEENERVES y; WOM'T STILL ABOUT >3 <
I'eat.change at present In Austrian any 21 ;:: HURT UTO THOSE MEDDLING :
armaments, for Austria already be picked. The speech putting President >./ IRRITABLELATELY -BUT SWITCHING 5 TRY JACKSONSCURSES'/

0 .. hail disregarded both the treaty of Roosevelt In nomination ,for a 5 POSTUM WORKED POSTUM :".tis
'. .St., ,ct>rmai 's disarmament'provisIon second term may be delivered by Sen- HIS HEAD r,.; WONDERS !

ami Its restriction of armaments with- ator Wagner of New York. ACHES, AND
.: : '. .
:. New York of the Old .. LISTEN
HE CAN'T : : 9
serious! objection from other countries Ynr
:," : 1"-1' ou| POSTUM
.. Guard ersuis'on scored a decisive TO HEREtrTING -
Tanks, forbidden 'tolstrla\ under -
o' victory over Senator Borah In the primaries -
the treaty, were actually"paraded ..
and the Empire state delegation ;,5NY<<:Yi OUT OF THATWOMAN'S 4'{
around\ the Ulngstrasse some months Mf.,1s" J<:i
Cleveland will i
to be unpledged ".: .ajru under. the eyes of foreign inilltaiy :>>+ X HANDvm /
to candidate. The of the
any sacr
:; "., ." attaches 'whom: she had Invited. & if s aTAKE
conservatives Not
was complete. only
-\,' _. Hungary\ may now be expected toviolate s.V '.* *'
were the Borah candidates defeated
the treaties and rearm, that,
: -
I in nine'congressional districts In which
I' -;., ,,'. ton, bang: a part of Mussolini's policy. they made contests but the organization -

'\:'" candidates l for delegates defeated
.- I BItMANY'S I men and women to
: I candidates
'G Independent) << not pledged to
the number of 44,389.14U declaredby
: LJoran In three other districts.
their votes'in the reichstag electionsthat Maine Democrats in their primary

.' they supported the policies of Hit
pledged; their ten convention votes to
V"V ler. Only 54.SS"had!!) the nerve to vote.
,." tlip;, renomination of Mr. Roosevelt
against "relchsfnehrer., and a still
The Kentucky state Republican con-
_. : smaller traction refused to go. to the A TIP '
vention Instructed the four state delegates -

.; .'. polls. at large 'to vote for Gov. Alf M. DAYS UTER FROM ME seIF / ,

:,.. Landon of Kansas for the Presidential HE'S HAVING You'vE DoT

f' :, PEACH negotiations betwee Italy I nomination. This with previous developments : 't;YT's' PETER THE TIME OF s. ..r t

., t ,outside the League of assured Landon of 18 of /: HOW DO'YOU HIS LIFE, MR, % r TRY POSTUMV

4yV:. s Nations, seem imminent, for emissaries the stl1 te's'ot(>s. u4E LIKE THE LODGE, JACKSON / t

;;. of Emperor llailp Selassie already :: 5 n NOW THAT PETER GETS
{;{ YOU'RE AMEMBER : a" : :
( have been received N. M'N'AIR. the Demo- y rs t A THRILL OUT < ;::' CHILDREN should never drink
;.'. e' by Marshal 1 Pie- WILLIAM mayor of Pittsburgh, appeared ? OF EVERYTHING W coffee...and the caffein in coffee
tro Badoglio. and the disagrees with many grown-ups, too. If you are
as a witness before the house SINCE HESWITCHED
'' t bothered by headaches indigestion,or can't sleep .7"))
: Italian undersecretaryof. and means committee and : almost :: f T5
ways was V 1'
c ? soundly. try Postum for 30 days! It contains no :-1
colonies Is in east
j thrown out on his ear. POSTUMWELL caffein. It is simply whole wheat and bran,roasted
'.' Africa to conduct the Unable to halt McNalr's hiring tirade [ and slightly sweetened. Easy to make, costs less

; preliminaries. This against wasteful spending on the one than one-half cent a cup. It's delicious, too and
news followed closelythe hand and the proposed new punitive i. S. tM may prove a real help.A product of General Foods.F .

'.:.-- dispatches:; telling taj<: on corporation earnings on 'the other R E E-Let us send you your first week's supply ofPostumrec

1.,.. : of a great victory won Chairman Robert f... Doughton /Simply mall the coupon. :; i 3s.c.p.CORP.'
,:,;' by Bado lIo's northern threatened to call a policeman Ae'
". bodilyto GENERAL FOODS Battle Creek, Mich. WNU 4.183tiScud
: '" : : troops. over 20H>u evict thp mayor. me,without obliga con,a week's supply of Postum.

"/. V fresh and I picked -.M "\\' all this dignity?" shouted Me- Name_

"..''_ "Ethlopfa'n soldiers Marsha; Nalr. ""Good! night !" Street .
Badoglio ,
whose fight was dl- A committee clerk brought a pollvenian State.

reeled and watched by the emperor to thp front of the room as the City Fill in completely, print name and address.
himself. The battle; at Mal Ceu, lasted congressmen:; quickly passed a motionto If you live Canada,address:General<- ,Ltd.,
Offer Dec. 31,1936.)
Cobourg, Ont. ( ,expires
ell day and the Ethiopians ,left 7,000 excuse the witnp( McN'alr aM be .: ;

dead on the Selrt as they1' tied to join would leave "gladly" and departed.

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THE Pr......&.00..00..TWT. ...<.TON.... ........,, NEWS. FRIDLiY' APRIL 17, .LU'UV 1Q9C


[ Constipation
1 BRISBANE All people who don't owe old debts

e LJJrJ lire against' inflation Relieved Quickly, EasilyMrs. "MorningSickness""Morning

B. G. Brown, Atlanta, Ga., sickness"-is caused by an
THIS WEEKHear writes: "I take Dr.
t. Vegetable Hitchcock's All- acid condition. To avoid it, acid must bo
Laxative Powder for dizzi- offset
by alkalis-such
as magnesia.
ness, biliousness and sick headaches
DRIED GRASS FOR caused constipation.. I have never Why Physicians Recommend
Lloyd George found anything better. When I feel

News From the Cosmos HENS, GOOD FEED weak, rundown and 'sluggish I take Milnesia Wafers
1/3 dose after meals, or a small dose
Statesmen and Politicians at bedtime. It thoroughly cleanses mint-flavored,candy-like wafers are
pure milk'of magnesia' in solid form-
the bowels. Dr. Hitchcock's
: Sloan's Fine Figures Chemist Accidentally Finds tive Powder is mild-but effective-Laxa- the most pleasant way to take it. Each

::', Lloyd George, who ran the big war Valuable EggBooster.C. r ;. it acts gently; yet thoroughly and wafer is approximately equal to a full adult

,- for England and won with the, help ofJ' removes that clogged condition of dose of liquid milk of magnesia. Chewed
::,: the bowels. At all thoroughly then swallowed
drug stores 25c. they correct
______ old Clemenceau] not
F. Schnabel, a Kansas City chemIst acidity in the mouth and throughout the

sympathetic with accidentally stumbled onto this, ,DR. HITCHCOCK'SLaxative digestive system and insure quick, com-

France this time, discovery. For seven years he had'' plete elimination of the waste matters that

dangerously says England] Involved Is- been trying to boost ess productionand EXPECTANT MOTHERSMrs. Powder cause dozen gas other,headaches discomforts.,bloated feelings anda

disease resistance In his small .
D. R. Walls of 805
and "we Milnesia Wafers in bottles of 20 and
flock by feeding green stuffs of various r Murphy Avc., La Grange,
shall send our Ga., said: "Before the birth 48, at 35c and 60c respectively; and in
young men to die, Jkintls. including] alfalfa] moal. Beyond. n of my boy I felt miserable. convenient tins for your handbag containing
10 per cent: alfalfa meal was It seemed everything was 12 at 20c.Each wafer approximately
Ger- 4"
this time on wrong with me. I had headaches -
soil to punish harmful ; common vegetables were no ,' st and a weakness all\ one adult,dose of milk of magnesia. All
man backache ?
better. Then In Inn): his greens mix /i: thru' my system. After I good drug stores sell and recommend them.
these arrogant and f started taking Dr. Pierce'sFa.vorile
aggressive Teutonsfor turehappened to have a lot of dried ,: Prescription I Start using these delicious, effective

young wheat and oats In it. His hens picked up quickly in every WHEN kidneys function badly and anti-acid,gently laxative wafers today
daring to make way. It gave me strength, my diecstion Improved -
preparations for the began laying their beads off: 108 Leghorns and I was soon feeling Joke myself suffer a nagging backache, Professional samples sent free to registered
cent from again. Thistonic, is very helpful to prospective with dizziness, burning scanty or too
averaged per May dentists if
defense of their ; mothers." New size tablets SO cents. frequent urination and getting up at physicians or request is madeon
to September and mortality was cut In professional letterhead.Select Product,
: : when feel tired
own soil against a night you nervous,. ,
Arthur Brisbane foreign Invader." half. Mr. Schnabel was puzzled] and ,all upset. use Doan Pills. 'Inc..4402 23rd St., Long 'Island City, N. Y.

I. set out to find out why. After ,several Doan's are especially for poorly'' 35c & 60cbottles

years' more work he found the secret: working kidneys. Millions of boxes I, '
Lloyd] George is bitter in his denun- .
Drie-((' young grasses! These, states a are used every year. They are recommended -
ciation of the suggestion' that England] the country over. Ask .
writer in the Country Home reach your ''
be dragged into another war. "France," their peak In nutritional value just neighbor! 20c tins

says he, "can spend $500,000,000 on threrection
before jointing, normally]] about the
of huge fortifications. can
twentieth day. Cut. prior to jointing, SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
vote plans] which Involve expenditureof s
there will not only] he another crop MIIMa1O
an extra fifteen hundred million dol-
but the dried will' be two or
lars for protection. ,But if the Ger- grasses vim'' $900 ta'. THEOCAFECTaNTI ACla
three times richer in protein and vita- #
mans propose to throw up even a pill-
mins. Freight Paid. World's Best Marble or Blondtested Chicks from high, producing; i
box to guard their famous cities and Granite 30%savings fruar. Free JaUlog. stock hatching -weekly.! Write for ,
catalogprices. The
Potato In the Kaw'and the I I Original Milk of Magnesia Wafer
growers D.SJIirble&aruluCo,l ptA-82Oneeoru. ,
their greatest industrial area ,then Jones Hatchery Cnllatin. Tennis I
!Missouri river bottoms who have been
: 'measures must be concerted' between
planting cereals after harvest for green
: the general army staffs of Britain and ,
'1,' manure have on this basis been plow- .
", ing under ,a crop worth $_OO an acre

-f\ The "fastest" double star Is found, to poultrymen.
Scientists in the United States De-
I 'r' and that is the big news. "Twin suns"close
partment of' Agriculture, at Purdue
.{;, together, in the constellation of
university, Louisiana State and elsewhere
: z' Ophiuchus, revolve] completely around
who have been investigating the
: each other in twenty months. Thee ,
curing of alfalfa, soy bean and other
. ; shortest period of revolution] for any
hays report a much higher vitamin A I
j other "binary" star is five years. Some 1 l
I' content in bays cut early] and curedso I i
:: revolve only once In a hundred years.
as to preserve the leaves and green

d f:.' Nature Is both fast and slow ; the color.
\ Vitamin A ,is the one which Is so'
e;); electron In the atom revolves around I.
highly prized in eggs, butter and other
;-:; the proton thousands of millions of : : :
human foods, and it is this vitamin
Ii: times In a second. {The lens-shaped
: which Is lost when hay is cut ,too late,
:!.;. Milky Way above your head, In which
:, or when the leaves shatter, or are
( our sun Is one of thirty thousand mil" I
blanched by sun or rain. With vitamins irr' ,? -
::: lion specks of light, revolves once In
being poked at us from directions,
225,000,000 years. No limit to bigness,
we get a little confused, but it's hard:
no limit to smallness, apparently.
to ignore the practical results which

men like C. F. Schnabel are getting.
That naval conference In London
ends, quite to the satisfaction of England

+ with the situation about :as It Advice 'on 'Feeding "Green"Ducks

, was when Hiram Johnson of California I
Given by an ExpertTo
I put the situation In these few words: THREE

"Great Britain builds as she prefers; grow "green" ducks the first feed years ago Harvey S. Firestone

the United States builds as Great Britain should consist of equal] parts of bran, conceived the idea that farm work would be '

permlts"i shorts and corn meal, with about 10 easier, faster, and more economical if it were done
cent beef meal] added. One
i per per
England actually says to the United rubber. I
cent charcoal] is also recommended, on
,( States "You must build no more cruis-
advises a poultryman In the Montreal w It the Old Homestead farm in
.ers with eight-inch guns; we do not GuaranteennO was on

like them. And the United States Herald. Moisten with water just to This heavy Super / Columbiana County, Ohio, which Mr. Firestone .
make it crumbly with sand
humbly says, "All right, then we shall ; Traction tread ll \ it'still operates, that he directed engineers and developed a .
: not build just before: feeding. The sand serves' guaranteed not lo

I., any. as grit; Feed only what the ducklings loosen from the I lira ,_, I7A practical pneumatic tire for tractors and every other I

will eat up clean] at each feeding. body under any wheeled implement the farm. The result
on was a
;' It Is ,the old story: England] has conditions) and allolherpornolthellre

; statesmen, we have politicians-and When the ducklings, are well started, k lilll super-traction tire so unusual in design and so amazing
green feed may be added, such as are fully guaranteed
some of them are Anglomaniac] snobs. 10 give talisfactioa in performance that a patent was issued on the tire by
clover or alfalfa hay chopped fine and \ '
the United States Patent Office '
added to the mash. Increase the green at Washington. ,
Big business, like little business, has
feed gradually until it reaches about On tractors Firestone Ground Grip Tires will
\ had its trouble, but here and there It ,
Is still big business. In his annual one-fifth of the ration. L do the work 25 per cent faster with a saving of 25 per '
When the ducklings] are six weeks
1\I report for General] Motors Alfred P. cent in fuel cost. On sprayers, combines, binders and
old discontinue the green feed and at FOR CARS
Sloan, Jr., reports net sales last =
year the commencement of the seventh other farm implements they reduce draft 40 to 50 per f

amounting to $1,155.041,511 against week feed this mixture: Fifty poundscorn 4.40/4.50/4.75-21. $7.85 cent; do not pack the soil, sink into soft ground or make ,;
$862,672,670 the year before a gain of
more than two hundred and;ninety-two meal, 35 pounds shorts, and 15 4)55.0019.8.$0. ruts; protect equipment; do not damage crops and vines; ;

million dollars. That means many new pounds beef meal, with coarse sand 45047550020. $.Te speed up every farm operation. '
sprinkled over the mixture. When the ,
cars, and families made happier. The ducklings are about ten weeks old, 5.25/5.50-17.0.55 One set of tires will fit several implements. Tires '
company paid out In than
wages more
three hundred and twenty-three million they should be ready for market. Market 5.25/5.50.18.,6 can be changed quickly from one implement to another 'i

4 dollars, not Including wages paid Indi : them just before they start to 6.00-16 . . 11.95 Two or three sets are all you need to take care of.
their body feathers.
rectly to thousands of workers produc change HEAVY DUTY practically all your farm implements. a

ing materials] of which automobiles
made. 'are Cleanliness in Poultry Yard 4,40/4.50/4.75.21..59$0; See the Firestone Tire Dealer, implement dealer or

4.75/5.0049..10.60 Firestone Auto Supply and Service Store today-and in { \ ""
Cleanliness] Is not an to
easy thing
Sixty of Mussolini's planes have maintain in poultry quarters; it involves -* 45047550020. .10.35 placing your order for new equipment, be sure to specify I

wiped out Harar, Ethiopia's second constant attention to the count- 52555017. . .1L$.SO Firestone Ground Grip Tires on your new tractor or;

biggest city, one of 40,000 Inhabitants.[ less details which the care of poultry' farm implement
. .
"Civilized" 12.75
England leading Involves from the time that the chicks

.. bemoans the fact that a Mohammedan leave the incubator to their final trip to 6.00-16. . . ... .14.15
mosque, Coptic cathedral and a market. Even the Incubator will not

Catholic church were blasted. stay clean of Itself, eating and drinking FOR TRUCKS THESE REMARKABLE TIRES ,

". They forget what happened In the. utensils soon become soiled by dis- TrueN

':-.: big war, at Rheims, Louvaln and elsewhere charges and contaminate their .contents 32x6 Type.$7.t5 "With my tractor on Ground "Ground Grip Tires give my i ,

and the German cannon "Big quarters are quickly fouled If not 32x6 H.D.. . .. 36.25 Grips it has about one-third tractor 100% traction on State soft I .;

I Bertha" throwing at Paris shells that given attention, yards suffer the same 6.00-20. . . 16.95 more power, pulls two sixteen. Minor wet ground.George, N. D

might well have wrecked Notre Dame, fate and hold In their' layers of inch plows in high gear under
upper 6.50-20. . ...
; +
the ,Madeleine the 21.95 all conditions."-R.A.Wharram "Ground Grips save about one a .I,
or Salnte
Chapelle. soil embryo parasites waiting! to again '
70020. .,. .. ., ,29.:10 'Stanley, la. half gallon tractor fuel per hourshow /
War is as ruthless as was nature obtain entrance to' living bodies where very little wear after I

In the earthquake that destroyed the they may complete their cycle of life. 75020. . ... .. 3.Z,0, "I can move my tractor on two years." L. R. Love .'-

I great cathedral of Lisbon.: No one measure suffices to Insure cleanliness ] 7.50-24. . . .. 39.00, Ground Grips from one job to LaSa ,Ie, Colo."In .

everywhere but the hoe, the 82520. . . 49.30 another without the necessity doing custom work on -
t '
"To him that hath shall be given," broom, the scrub brush nnd'the pailof of loading it onto- trailer.Ground Grip Tires I can net $5 I r' '{.

even In Wall street speculation. hot water are valuable] allies in the 82524. . . .. 54.75 Robert E.Hoofcer, Highland,' a day over the amount earned

; Beginning May 1, If you buy $100 fight against disease., 90020. . . '60.75 Calif. on steel lugs.-Harold J,

worth of stocks, you must put $55 of Elsbury, Sutherland; la. "

.t. i!:> your own Into the deaL This will In the Hen Yard FOR TRACTORS "Mine is a two-plow tractor but "Ground Grip Tires won't ,'

S ;", ):i compel small fish to operate on a it pulls! three 14-inch plows injure fields or roadbeds, or > !
Each hundred birds In
satisfactory 5.00.15..5 easily in high since I put .
4 small scale and get rich slowly ifs 9.35 ,gear damage crops or seeding -
',':' at all. production will drink four to five gal- 5.50-16 . . 9.95 on Ground Grip Tires.Hugh G. Humphreys, New i
lons, of water a day .00-16. Frank Warrick, Rushville, Ind. Hartford, N. Y. r.r
si 6- III.II
:i It has been suggested here often Where pullets show lack of good 7.50-18 . . 15.7O Listen to the Voice of Firestone, Monday ,.
; i that airplanes'might fight forest fires, 'condition : evenings, N. B. C. WEAF Network '
possibly by laying down from overhead an attempt should be madeto 8.25-40 ... . 68.4O
find the cause. Intestinal coccidiosis
a soapy layer to shut out oxygen.Utah's and worms may be to blame. 90036. . . 66.55 I

:. officials have planned a new 'S. 11.25-24 .. I

parachute that would land Instantaneously from one to opening sir firefighters Hundreds" of baby chicks are "executed' 127528. : : : . 86.85 k'CAher 0 j
yearly at the University of Wisconsin
I and apparatus from planes,
.i. wherever desired In experiments designed to Size Priced Proportionately' Low
probe poultry diseases.
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for other candidates I However, English appears at the ing School", Christine Redish, Nicky calaureate address on Sunday, April
lot of voters I
The Clewiston News a even if he fails to secure enough for I moment to be a rea I contender. II Schiffli, Sherwood Hall, :Martha Van 26 at the High School Auditorium.

himself' But all this is j lust what I hear I DeVeldo, Marilyn Davis, Bobby Top The Juniors of the Clewiston High I
believe 'round about and r< ad 5n the papers per, Essie Cook, William Willis, Sue -
who with
Then there are I I honored the outgoing Seniors
Publishod every Friday in Clewiston, that Burton is bein' useda smokescreen and you probably know: as much, if VonMach, Lewis Blount; poem, at the Clewiston Inn
about it than I do. '"When I Grow : Davis. a banquet
CLEWISTON NEWS, the not more, Up, Marilyn
Florida the attention from
by to draw Thursday evening, April 16, at 8:15
Inc. activity of the administration in behalf -I I High School News- o'clock.

of another candidate-possibly The senior class is very happy to of the
Bob Patterson, president
Petteway-but your guess is as goodas Clewiston School News announce that :Mr. Ray V. Sowers, I Junior class, was toastmaster for the

Keathley Bowden, Editor mine.In dean of men at Florida Southern 1 I He introduced Louise Bus-
\ i evening.
the meantime it is difficult to College at Lakeland, has consented i I

find an ordinary disinterested "lay- Florine Moore, Editor to deliver the commencement speechon II'' (Continued on Page 8)

man". voter who has come anywhere Thursday, April 30 at eight o'-I
Entered as second class mail mat- near making up his mind as to whomhe Louise Bussey, Associate Editor clock. Everyone is invited to attend. :
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post intends to vote for, but healthy
There will be celebra-
under Bob Patterson, :Sports Editor a May Day Dr. A. J. LittleOsteopath
Clewiston, Florida, than .
Office sign is that a larger percentage tion on Friday, :May 1, presented by
the Act of March 3, 1897. ever before seem to have made up the elementary grades, including the I L

their mind that they are going to First Grade News-- traditional May pole dance which Is

vote for SOMEBODY and they are The first grade ( has completedthe to be followed by field events.Dr. 1 No. 1
Lake Harbor Phone
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. registering and paying their poll tax. third word book\ for this school Williams will deliver the Bac-I
Advertising rates on application. Candidates for all offices are year. The work book of Nancy

plentiful and are confident they .will Wright was judged, the "best in the

: win regardless of the number in the grade. \ ;.
Devoted to the advancement and race. Next to the gubernatorial melee Stella Mae Sanson fr om' Memphis, LJ

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry there seems to be more interestIn Tenn., entered the first grade last

County. the quarrel over who's gonna be, Wednesday. ," For More Florida Fun. .

Comptroller, Commissioner of Agri- Second Grade Spelling; Honor Roll-

culture and State Treasurer, witha Esther Brewer, Shirley 'Moon, f

Easter was as beautiful a day as general belief that the present in- Betty Bullen, Noley Geiger, Mayme -Wlfl IyY.VSN.n,. v

may ever be found in Clewiston. cumbents will all be re-elected in Oglesby, Dalton Carr and James pea- .;r enoc y :?' / r 4cct
., 7j
< .
spite of spirited opposition.So Ricks.

Candidates have less than three far no one has announced as a Third Grade Spell ing Honor Roll-

weeks left to qualify. Wonder if candidate against Secretary of State Betty McDuffie,: William Willis,

there'll be near as many candidates. Bob Gray and at this late date, con- Willie Smith, Parinelia Bourne, Sue : : ::.;: ..,>.il;a:.:,{vx:.

after May 7. siderin' Bob's record, it would be VonMach, Christine Redish, Elsie 5e.' {r,{;:.:::,,:' ry''id?r!,:
foolish to do so. Bob is in an envi- .. .
Bembry, Lewis Blunt,. LaDeen Pet- ; d+"''y..r '' r;.G Sr
.r' :
able position compared to the rest 'y'B"'''yl ,'.'.'rN' ::;:;NlJ'!''.''::

Headline says that science has of the cabinet officers. ers. .:. .:a1.. .Sr XryJt ....,Ff,
made dynamite from corn. Anyone Opponents of Knott are saying Third Grade Chapel r Program-
who ever drank any could have told that the old gentleman ought to take Bible reading, S.ue VonMach; Eas- .;+,'urscts? :tdf.y f'j:;: r f; r h

them that it contained dynamite or advantage of his retirement privil- ter song by claw.; poem, "The Owl]
TNT. ege and "get out -of the way" but and the Pussy. C J at", Sue VonMach;

when the voters stop to realize that piano solo, LaDeen Peters; play,,
Had there been a Dr. Dafoe in by doing so Knott would draw $2- '"The Small Pin Flower" by Willie

Roumania this week it is possible' 500 a year and on top of that the 'Smith, Elsie' Bembry, Bobby Topper,

that the Dionne quintupjets' would new man would get $5,000, it looks ,:Nicky Schiffli, ;Doris Poole, Betty '{ r/' '?

fvve had to share the spotlight with like good sense to retain the present :McDuffie, Lewis Blount; poem, .U
I noT her set of quintuplets Treasurer rather than raise the ante "-The Gingham Dog and the Calico ff.: .. /flyyrrfl. i wv s' rdq r. I

10,009 for the next term and be ,Cat," Betty McDuffie; play, "Play-
Streets are receiving a coating of sWApping "experience" for an "ex- *4
oil in front of some of the storesin
Clewiston. Those storekeepers are periment. I L. B.. Mershon th; 'Sijt4
The fight for Comptroller and Qet
wise to the dust hazard '
Commissioner of Agriculture is becoming :AGENT
during the hot, dry months.
1 plenty active and promisesto New York Life OsI
l be a lively affair. While Muncey 'B 1.
Clewiston's two tomato packinghouses
Anderson and Murl Pace are admittedly -
should be humming with activity Insurance Company
threats to Lee and Bishop is
next week and here's hop-
making headway in some quarters ARCADIA. FLORIDAj. I
that the tomato season is every-
ing against Mayo, it is doubfful if either -
thing the local growers expect it to man can be unseated. / 1 :'% : '' r'r,:lf"rf'(61.Sf.., >':> /itf',{
be. : r yl y r ay J: .r n. r.r. af,
Ed Bentley of Lakeland is the 1I

accidents only contender against Cary Landisfor M. COUSECounselor I 1I rJ. J .
One of the most
Attorney General, Ed finally
we've heard of recently was the I
and Attorney 'at Law.
making up his mind after debating R'!
child drowned in the swimming poolat
whether to oppose Peterson for Con- Hopkins Building I ti:' 'y#: u."
Fort Myers one day this week i.,
gress, run against Spessard Hollandfor (
Wednesdays and Saturdays "0IT'SALL
when caught in the drain pipe while I
the State Senate or try for .the '
the pool was being '(,drained. Our Attorney Generalship. Ed probably 9:3O to 4:00 : FUEL-that's why the Gulf gal-
out to the bereaved
sympathy goes would have done better to oppose gallon The non-power-

parents. I Holland, but at the same time he has
producing elements as
wide state connections and Landis NORGE REFRIGERATORSPHILCO
Recent statistics' show that one would breathe easier if he had other RADIOS I much as 1/7 waste in many gasolines,
out of every three children born in
the United States will either ,be killed opposition. Furniture and Home I''urnishing1i I are eliminated. Get Gulf. every drop .
Colin English of Ocala and Claude
or maimed for life in an automobile Household FurnishingsInc. goes to work-none of it goes to waste.
Jones of Arcadia are both active j
accident if the toll of life con- against Cawthorn for State Superintendent Try it! THAT GOOD GULF GASOLINE. '
tinues at its present appalling rate. .
of Public Instruction with
Isn't it time that we all joined in
little publfc interest in the race. BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA.
efforts to promote greater degreeof m
safety on highways? -.. --

In spite of great demonstrationsof ; S, 1'V.. '
protest the British government y \

hanged a murderess this week. The

woman was the mother of five child-

ren and it may seem that the punish-

ment was harsh, but justice in England ).
is stern and somehow much iR y ?9t"n / p5 as+,}s N'/'sc+ o 6-asof : tct : Yy q/n n 1 1 n,
% r 0 p4
r \
morp effective in combatting and

preventing crime waves than our
"justice tinged with mercy."
\! .. Y 1NS>viS.AY.MN'M SS IfANy h'NSSSr/M.r} S1y+"1 VfN+w. w SS ///l% t,

d mr@ra.amlarrerrarrrrrrrrrr L c ci -S/f(

Too Late To ClassifyBy /


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One candidate for Governor advo- !
/ __ I
cates the enlargement and improve- Ii i
; ,.- i-
-,' ment of the State Hospital at Chat- ;, ', ,I
': tahoochee and that's one plank I j. .j

\ can heartily endorse for this guber-

\. natorial race is getting screwy-er
and screwy-er, and after we've listened -
L to all the different arguments
' LQEconomq1UOVE
t;. of 'all the different candidates for
: another month or so, if there's a

t sane mortal left in the state it will

. ;\ surprise me. up to hiah-priced car performance-without the

t t 1 Ordinarily six weeks before elec- LiJL extra cost I The thrill of driving a Ford V-8 can he matched Owner's record shows -

r definite ought to have some pretty only in cars coiling hundreds of dollars more.The Ford V-8 is '
idea of who's who-but this
,:: time the more :you try to find out responsive._ It picks np more easily At all speeds you get the r .OPERATING Of>TS.: :

: the less you know. smooth, effortless flow of power which means truly fine car
rt > A VERA
Recent polls and straw votes seem performance. ::

to indicate that Hodges is still 'in -And in a Ford V-8 you get this performance at less cost

: '., the lead but In certain sections it In bringing the V-8 to the low price field,Ford designed an L., 7' LESS than

.; appears other candidates have tak- engine,which-with the dual downdraft carburetor,simply takes ML:>..T

en the lead from the old veteran. .... ,,. ....... .. .
: the gas used by a 4"of similar size and a P lita it into eight equal .. ....,;
During the past thirty days the pro-
::;" gress made by Paty of West Palm I charges. In fact, the Ford V-8 wIth its sparkling performance ContenUnt terms through ....... ... ...i.[ ::'.'.:than i: :: ..'...r.'. .: ...:............r...'..'....:.

.:: Beach is phenomenal while Chap- and 8 epl deremoothneeeiethemo/teconomicalcarFordever VCC ,'per month on un

,, pell, Petteway, Cone and Tom sello built,'Definite cost records of large passenger car fleet owners paidbalancoplu.insurance.

[. ', all show improvement. show actual savings in the operation of the Ford V-8 over previous Standard acceiory group la Ifilitif) l'Iiltl;
Ford models eluding lumpen and iparo
Grad; tin extra : ;. ;
"m'nistration' v-' "HJg tall: : Test this great car yourself Get behind the wheel and drive : : : : : ;:;
it. Feel the thrill of modern V-8 performance low cost.
f'f: indicate that he's runnin' a-
the Tax Revision League i. Your Ford Dealer 'On the Alp Ford Symphonj Orchestra,Sundays 9 P.M.E.S.T.;: .Columbia Networki i
, than he's runnin' for' the )\ Fred Waring,Tuesdays on CBS, Friday.on NBC Blue Network 9)30 to 10 P.M.E.S.T. i: "j!

governorship. He Is a forceful ora- Borrow a Car From Your Ford Dealer and, Get That V-8 FeelingI ..
tor and will succeed in messln' upi _



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.,'; FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1930,,- p THE' CLEWISTON.. ..., NEWS. .... PAGE FIVE

I ,
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:. J. E. Beardsley was a business vis- Trice, Doris Simmons, Fay Lou Mitchell were visitors of Mr.' and Mrs. R. J. for holding high score, Mrs. Homer

I itor.in West Palm Beach Wednesday.Tex Grace Ward, Sue VonMach, Moon Sunday. Dreyer, bath salts for second score

, :I_ Personal Mention ::_;: Nancy Wright, Marjorie Allen, Bet- Miss Carrie Eunice Rider, who is and Miss Madge Hull a vase for cut
r >* I Flaniken left this week for ty McDuffie, Millie Bourne, Walter prize. Others present were Mrs. Ros-

.:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:. his home in Freeport, Texas, wherehe Vaughn, Jr., Harry Vaughn, Jr., :a student at Southern College at coe Miller, Mrs. H. H. McCall, Miss
Harriet Alston Esther Brewer, Ber- Lakeland, spent the Easter holidays Corrine Miss Edna
has accepted u position in the I Jones Dreyer,
Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Hill were shop- with her parents, Judge and Mrs.H. .
postoffic 'I tha Brewer, Christine Redish, Peg- Mrs. Harry Delaney, Mrs. E. L. Rog-
in West Palm Beach Saturday. A. Rider.
pers -- gy Lawler and Louise Prewitt. ers, Mrs. A. L. Taylor, Mrs. E. E.
I Edwards, Mrs. George W. Tyrell
Mrs. John Elmore returned from
Henry Chappell returned ,from a Mr. and Mrs. of
Harry Rogers
Good Samaritan Hospital in West MRS. EZELLE IS HOSTESS TO Miss Julia Hendry, Miss Edith Ma-
visit in Jacksonville this week. Hills last week-end
: Zephyr spent
Palm Beach where she underwent an BRIDGE) CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. gill and Miss Etta Armentrout.MRS. .
visiting with relatives in LaBelle.
operation for appendicitis recently.Mr. .
Ed Heath spent Easter visiting Mrs. Rogers remained to this
..1.V.. Ezelle entertained the spend BRYANT ENTERTAINS IN:
. with his parents in Fort Meade. week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.T. .
:,' and Mrs. Joe Cato visited Mr. members of her bridge club at her PALM BEACH WITH LUNCHEON,
\ E. Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and child- and Mrs. W. E. Cato and Mr. and home Wednesday afternoon. --
Mrs. C. L. Smith In Nocatee over the High score prize, a set of crystal
this week. A number of Clewiston ladles
ren visited in Fort Myers Mrs. Frank Doughtery entertained -
weekend.Mrs. | table ware, was awarded to Mrs. H.
}r .- the members of the Saturday were the guests of Mrs. F. E. Bry-
R. Hall. Low prize went to
w",. Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg and Miss score bridge club at, her home. Mrs. W. P. ant at a luncheon Wednesday at her
R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. F. I.I Mrs. V. A. Allen, a kitchen measur- '
Wednesdayin home in Palm Beach. Those enjoy-
Jayne Harrington spent Vaughn, Jr., held high score and
Hill and Mrs. H. A. Bestor were in ing set, and Mrs. T. B, Shelley re
West Palm Beach. I Miss Edna Dreyer second high. ing the occasion were: Mrs. M. W.
West Palm Beach shopping Wednes ceived a placque after making the
Those present were Miss Edith Ma- Bigg, Mrs. C. L. Downs Mrs. H. A.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Davis and son, day. lucky gill, Mrs.' Homer Dreyer, Mrs. E. L. Bestor Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs.H. .
salad, cakes and tea
Jack, visited in West Palm Beach Rogers, Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr., J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. F. M.
W. C. Titley, Vice President of the were served to: Mrs. D. G. Alston,
Wright, Mrs. W. C. Owen Mrs.
Wednesday. Mrs. August Bloemke, Mrs. Mortimer
Western Union Telegraph Co., of Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. V. ,A. Allen, Richardson Selee and daughter,
Woest, Mrs. E. E. Edwards Miss
. New York, and J. C. Hubbard and Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, ,
Hansfordand Carolyn, Miss Jayne Harrington and
Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Julia Hendry, Miss Madge Hull, Miss
A. L. Winn, of Atlanta, visited the Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs M. R. Law-
Mrs. F,
,'. Mrs. Roy Alston were visitorsin Corrine Jones and Miss Edna Dreyer. Deane Duff.
ler and Mrs. M. E. Yenawine.
local Western Union office this ,
West Palm Beach Wednesday.Mr. Following the luncheon Mrs.

morning. Wright and Mrs. Selee went on to
1\hfi.; L. O. Gravely gave a bridge
and Mrs. C. L. Downs were -- LaBELLE NEWSMiss party at her home Monday after Miami for a short visit.
visitors Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Elam of, Chi-
West Palm Beach noon. Mrs. August Bloemke
cago and Mrs. L. E. Titus and was
day. ; I awarded a gift box of bath powder SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWS
6 daughter, Miss June Harries, of Beuna Carson of Immokalee -

: Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg West Palm Beach visited Mr. Titus was a visitor Sunday with her

Palm Beach business here Thursday afternoon.Mrs. cousin, Miss Katherine Curry.

i,; were Saturday.in West on --- III,.......................................................................... ...........................:...................................... .......... ..:......",......."

,*r Max Arnold Wednesday Sam Heath visited over the Easter

';-: Mrs. V. A. Allen and Mrs. Leslie for her home in Kansas 'City aftera holidays with his family in Fort: I ..

Miller spent Tuesday visiting in visit of several weeks with her Meade. 'I_ r ?

West Palm Beach. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henriksen. -

--- Clem Jones and T. C. Yon of Belle i

Mrs. L. H. Robbins returned FrI- Glade, were visitors in LaBelle Sun- j ir CLEWISTON GOLF i

day from a two weeks visit with, rel- Mr. and Mrs. Z. G. Meredith and day.

atives in Benson Springs. daughter Patsy, Mrs. J. F. Tippey
and Mrs. A. A. Munroe spent Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McClenithanand

Hugo Boe, fire warden of Paho- in West Palm Beach. Mrs.! i their son and daughter, John COURSE i iY

, kee was a business visitor here Foster Meredith, who has been visit- and Margaret, visited with relatives

Tuesday. ing for the past week in Miami, returned Sunday in Arcadia. t

-,- home with them. Y. .Y.
i Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Roberts spent s
Mrs. Lee Yeomans, Mrs. Theodore .
several days in Jacksonville on business Mrs C. R. Cruze returned Monday
Yeomans and Miss Katherine Curry
this week. from St. Cloud where she was call- : 1
were visitors in Fort Myers Satur- ;
ed last week by the illness and deathof i .f
day night.
:Miss Dorothy Hare visited with her step father. Mrs.r Cruze'smother ; S

friends in Melbourne over the week- returned with her for an extended -- -i------ I
Mrs. S. H. Brown spent the weekend -

end.Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and visit.RICHARD .KNIGHT CELEBRATES I Point her husband in on Clewiston.Sunday., Mr. Brown She visited, at. Liberty with Open to the Public i

Kim were business visitors in West BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY FRIDAYMrs. .II

Palm Beach Saturday afternoon.
The members of the Methodist I
R. N. Knight entertained a ;
Missionary Society served dinner to I
Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence visit- number of little folks Friday after- ..
the American Legion at the High '
ed with friends in Wiest/ Palm Beach noon honoring her son, Richard,
School Building on Tuesday night.
Saturday and Sunday. who was celebrating his fourth y Y ,

birthday anniversary.The 't. .-.aI !
Miss Hull Miss Marie
Madge Y
: D. A. McGeachey visited with Mrs. Easter idea .
''S Eas- was carried out Malakowsky Carl E. Royer motored y 5
McGeachey inTampa over the in decorations and y.s. 5.
games. to West Palm Beach last Fri- :-
ter holidays.
Ice cream and decorated cup cakes day. ". :
Moderate Fees
were served to the guests. Green
Ed Ward, Merrell Lowe .and Harry -- II.
Knight were visitors in, West Those invited were: Corinne Von Mrs. R. Roberts, Mrs. J. C.- Ren- :;: Exceptional Fairways :i=

.Palm Beach Saturday. Mach, Eleanor VonMach, Jean Yena- froe, Mrs. Roy Bethea and Robert Y J

wine, Harry Vaughn, ,Jr., Phyllis Roberts of Immokalee and Miss Mil- Interesting Greens
Mrs. F. Deane 'Duff visited with Brockway, ,E. C.. Mills, Jr., Solon dred Roberts visited in Fort Myers' ; I i I

her mother, Mrs. F. E. Bryant in Mills, Patsy Meredith, Dickie Schif- last Thursday. ;I; l.t.

\ Palm Beach recently. fli, Johnnie Schiffli, Nancy Wright, II I .

Joan Crouch, Clarke Ironmonger, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Walker of -
-- . . . . . . .
Miss Jewell Russell, Andrew Ber- Gene Land, Harriet Alston, Carol Tampa and Mr. and Mrs. Julia Scott ..N.N.N:1. .N.N.N.N.ti.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.ti.M.M.N.N.N.M.ti.N.N.N.N.N N. .N.N.N.N.N.N.N.M.N....M.N.N.N.1.-

ry and Parker Wilson were week- Joy Alston, Charles Miner, Rachel and son, Julian, Jr., of Fort Myers

Miner, Skippy Cothern, Emma Jane --- ----- .- --
end visitors in Tampa. --- -
Ezelle, Bobbie Smith, Carline Berner -

E. ,M. Cornette, of LaBelle, was Bobbie Berner, Shirley Owen, Joe

in Clewiston on business Thursday Schroeder, Bill McCracken, Marjorie -

afternoon. McCracken, Clara Jones, Kay
Bowden, Grace Ward, Kim Kol-

M. T. Ironmonger was a business stad, Beverly Flaniken, Lois Echols, SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDS

,visitor in Jacksonville for several Mary Louise Thomas, Patricia Pre-

days this week. vatt, Louise Prevatt, Peggy Lawler,

,and Bobbie Lawler. t
A. W. Lawrence and I. D. Leydig '(

spent several'days in Auburndale : "L >< S Record of Dividends of
week :
' this :. :
; '
I ;. ,. ., Clewiston Home Building Association

.'t :Mr. and Mrs A. W. Lawrence and Mrs. Foy Durrence was hostess at'!' ", .'! or' :,','

Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Sias attended a a surprise shower given Thursday: :, < ..<, RATE --RATE
picture show in Belle Glade Sunday.Mr. afternon for Mrs. R. J. Lee. I i1 '.' -, '
, : .
Several '
.) contests were played with ., I
and Mrs. Z. G. Meredith and I prizes going to Mrs.. J. L. Scott, an : 1928 5.5 1933 6 :
Foster Meredith : were visitors in ash tray and Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., 5

, Belle. Glade Sunday. 'tea coasters. Mrs. Lee was the recipient \' : / 1 1929 7 1 1934 6 :'
of many useful gifts. I 'c 1930 4 5 _I 1935 6.:
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McKenzie arethe Cookies and an iced drink were .' .

- ',' -. proud parents of a baby girl born served to: Mrs. A. W. Sias', Mrs. A.I ,', 1 1931 1 4 1 1936 6'. :.

,',; ., last Sunday in Miami. W. Lawrence, Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs.S. 1932 6.; :

," L. Crochet, Mrs. Gratton George, ,. .
George Bestor, who is attending ,
Mrs. G. E. Etherton, Mrs. Walker ... '
, Georgia Tech.; spent the Easter holi-
Nail, Mrs. Joe Cato, Mrs. Bill Mc I '
days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. "' !
Cracken, Mrs. J. L. Scott, Mrs. R. M. :

H. A. Bestor. Hare, Jr., Mrs. Richard Knight, Mrs.C. CALL BY THE HOME : 1

. Mr. and Mrs. Milton A. Fuller, .- E. Nail and Miss Evelyn Hare. .. BUILDING OFFICE FIRST ,"i '

J.; S of for Palm a few Beach days, visit arrived with Wednesday Mr. and NORA OGLESBY CELEBRATES Invest. your savings for safety and a good THING ,TOMORROW AND

;'/ return. Home Building has never paid I, TALK, THINGS OVER.

: Mrs, Floyd -M. Sathre and Mrs. J. Nora Oglesby entertained a large dividends of less than 4 percent per year. ; '. .

E. Benson number of friends 'with a party at '. : /
returned from
Sunday a
In these of reduced interest
days on savings '
i .
her home afternoon ,.
week's visit with}: Mr. Sathre in Tam- Thursday the .
pa. occasion being her eighth birthday. I accounts and reduced returns on other : ,1 ... t ,- ,

:; ,Games were played with Peggy '
. I forms of investment Home Building offers
:: Jimmie, Harrington, a student at Lawler,. Sue VonMach and Christine !I G'T .

LaSalle Military Academy, Long Island Redish being awarded prizes in the I the conservative, thrifty investor the investment -

N. Y., spent the Easter holi contests. Easter favors were given ]I best suited to his needs. Investigate .

.,:., d'ayg. visiting with his father, J. J. each guest and birthday cake, ice ,
';" ," Harrington. cream and mints were served to: Clewiston Home Building Association -

r" Shirley Moon, Mamie Johnson,' '

:'tf.: :;, Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Roundy, from Margaret Van De Velde, Wilma'I ; whether you intend investing as CLEWISTON '

1;/'" Centray Macareno, Manopla, Cuba, Tingle, Mary Ellen Smith, Mamie. little as $5.00 per month or as much as HOME BUILDING

and Mr. and Mrs./ Robert Murphy, of find
$1,000.00 lump you'll
a sum a
Miami were ,week-end guests of Mr. THE COMMUNITY: CHURCHD. ASSOCIATION

and Mrs. G. E. Smith. Jenkins W1Uiams, Minister Home Building. program adapted to yourrequirements
--- PHONES 102.103

Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward, Mr 9:45 A. M. Sunday School. .

and Mrs. B. E. Herring and Grace 10:45 A. M. Junior Church. .
Ward attended the Easter services 7:45 P. M: Evening Worship: "A

held at Bok Tower Sunday. Change of Raiment".



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Member of Faculty. Moody Bible
Institute of Chicago.
Western Newspaper Union.

: t" ': .
".' Lesson for April 19

Copyright by Minton Balch& Co. WIMI>Service. .

'411'''. 1,1 ,.
LESSON TEXT-Luke 15:11-24.
CHAPTER VIIIContinued13 pared with you they'ie so many Idle ever finds out, there's an end of me." though my bonds were loosened, I GOLDEN 'l'8XT-Llke' as a father

words. And I naturally can't help "Pharaoh knows, my darling." never stirred. pltlcth his children, so tfe Lord pitleth
I them that fear him.-Psalm 103:13.
I wondered how Helena was faring.I wondering whether' you love me as "What can he prove? Nothing. Butif And while I slept, Lady Helena. Yor- PRIMARY TOPIC-A Boy's, Good Fa.

had handed her over to Rachel, her- much. It doesn't matter, you know. Valentine and he get together, I ick was playing; her part ther.

self again ; but we had arranged no I neither ask nor expect It. But some- haven't a chance. And Pharao! would The song of a brook woke me, and JUNIOR TOPIC-Welcome Home.

meeting and she had Dot so much is times I wonder, my darling, whetheryou be on to Mona within. the hour." I propped myself o'n an elbow to gather TOPIC INTERMEDIATE: AND SENIOR
-What Is God Like?
"All right I said, "I'll take it. wits.
spoken, except to bid me good night do. my YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT
and 'advise me' to bar my door: "Give, me your hands," I' said "your But-, The next instant I was afoot and was TOPiC-God's Forgiving Love.

I began to the secret of Pha beautiful han.ds.'t Shj dropped her cigarette "Thank God my darling." She threw staring wildly] about me.,. The wooded -
; herself into "Now I do know The center of Interest in this
raoh's known thatto and gave me her other hand. my arms. peak of a mountain looked placidly par-
Once it
success. was that love me. Don't think I don't able is not the his brother
call his bluff fatal the man "And now your eyes. ,She lifted her you back-and a pride of beeches was prodigal nor -
was with the gaze to mine. "I can't'defin'e the word know what I'm asking." smiling and a chapter of gray-green but the "certain man who had two
could after
game become 'love,' ;but when you look' 'troubled, She brushed my cheek with her lips rocks was casting its stately shadow sons." In this parable, In''a most pic-

acme of ease. This knowledge had Nell, Clears' my heart. Phar h's"get- and threw 'back her head. "Ask what upon the most vivid of swards. turesque and dramatic manner, the
his bulwark-"Cross Pharaohand
.ting at you through me-we both know you like of me after-I'll give it with 'Itt>was. half-past four. I had slept history'of man is portrayed from his
die. Ills defense attack:
was the all my heart. We'llive or die together for than nine fall to his reconciliation with God.
that. Well, .I can't curse day I met more; hours.
.always. So long as life( was north livIng But we're to '
you, but I wish to God that he'd got ": just as J"ou'say. going The dial of my watch grew misty.I The whole orbit of revelation Is sweptas
It was not worth crossing Pharaoh "
live I it.
me at Annabel, 'Nell-that day when know felt the tears beginning to .leave my It pertains to a sinning race and a

no matter how high the reward. Rush jogged his arm, and he hit the "God help'. me," said I. "I'll)] do It. eyes. One of them fell)) upon the dial. pardoning God. He who fails to see

Some' one was knocking: -tapping, mirror instead.. > But why I must wait for Geo'ffreywhy So I stood for a moment the heart of our Father" God will miss

butt' on the door:. Her arms "were about my neck, and I must stand and watch whilehe Then I flung myself down and buriedmy the purpose of the parable. It shouldbe
As I started up, the sound ceased.It "
her breath on my lips. reads your note- face in the grass. understood and taught not as a
had come from the direction: of "To bring back his promise. Until .
"No, no. Take it back. Don't say me e s piece of far-off ancient history, but as
the bathroom. Perhaps, if I waited- 1 know that he's read it I' shan't
"Come old fellow said Geof- a portrayal of modern conditions.
such terrible things. Oh, John, my come, ,
The tapping began again. precious, my darling." For a moment know a moment's peace. Oh, John, my frey, "you mustn't take it so ill." I I. The Son's Insubordination (v. 12).
For a moment I stood still], listen "
dear I've much to
got so carry.
she clung to me desperately., Then she I made no answer. I dared not trust There is every indication that this
ing. And then Iiwas pioving the paneling I "Very well, beauty. I'll)] at
my go
bathroom snatched a note from her pocket and my voice. was a happy home, but a devil enteredit
close to the door. The "
thrust it Into my hand. "You say you once. "You'd have done the same," said and stirred up discontent In the
sound came from: behind the wood- I hastened back to bedroom and
love me. Then take this note to your my my cousin. "John, 1 couldn't ignore heart of the younger son. He became
work.In dressed fast I could.
as as Gingerly
cousin and save me from somethingthat such a hint. tired of the restraints of home. His
vain I sought for some handle, feeling wound, I remembered Hel
frightens me more than death. my I sat up and dashed the tears from desire for freedom moved him wilfully ''I
while little bursts of tapping demanded ena's promise to send a horse for me to
You can go by the footbridge and tun- my face. to choose to leave home to throw off "
an answer that I was not ready to the mouth of the entrance drive. She "
nel-that key I gave to Florin was i "Hint? What hint? the constraints of a father's rule. Sin
give had, of course, no idea that Dewdrophad
Valentine's master 'key. But you must Geoffrey raised his eyebrows."I is the desire to be free from the re-
Suddenly I thought of the bathroom. stabbed me so deep. Perhaps if 1
go before it's light. If you're seen don't know what she read you, straints of rightful authority and is
This, like the bedroom, was paneled, I stood in my stirrups
he said. "But I don't think she read
coming back it won't matterbecauseyou'll indulgence. It starts out with
and there, sure enough, ,a key was declaring Before I left the chamber, I drew you that..
be coming back. wrong thoughts about God.II. .
a cupboard sunk In the wall. the bolts of the door. Then I took
"But, Nell, how can I? I'm on parole, As he spoke, he gave me'a paperHelena's The Son's Departure (v. 13)).
The moment I. opened this, I knew Sabre and made for the polished stair.
my darling. We've passed our word." note. Having made the fatal decision, he
that some one beneath It was knock- Twenty minutes later I fought my
"How could I help it? I was fainting went posthaste to the enjoyment of
Ing upon Its floor. way out of the bushes that were mask Mr. Bohun:
For more than a minute my head Keep John with you. Use any vio- his cherished: vision. He, therefore,
the tunnel's mouth.
I saw the bolts :of a trap which was ing
sunk had been going round. And who haveI lence you like. He must not return to got his goods in portable shape and
In the floor of the cupboard six
the castle and no one on earth mast
passed it to? To a fiend-a butcher, withdrew from his father's presence.
feet from the door. Something at least I was spared, for know that he Is with you. Don't fail
that's trying to smash my life. And Adam and Eve, after they had sinned,
Geoffrey drove to the inn five minutes me.
In an instant I had it open, there up
before his time. Helena Yorick. hid themselves. The son could not
'was a curling staircase! of polishedoak
and Helena, wrapp'ed in a dress- "Well. I'm damned," he said. "And "No," I said, "you're quite right. Sho! stand the presence of his father, so

Ing gown, sitting on one of the stairs. where the deuce have you been?" didn't read that." I laughed shortly. he hastened away. When the sinner

Beside her was standing Sabre, fairly 'Til tell you later," said I, and put "You'd have seen through it, of course; casts off allegiance to God, he takesall

snuffing excitement and ready to leap. the note Into his hand. "And now hine out of ten people would. But you that he has with him.

''The sight of him .made me wonder '.' = : come out of that car. I've got to get must remember that I'm no ordinaryfool. III. The Son's Degeneration (vv. 13,

where he had been. _I.had not set eyes \\\1 back." Besides, I trusted her blindly- 11)He) "
"Get back where?" said Geoffrey."I'll had his good time while his money -
on the dog for more than two hours. trusted and loved her blindly. So you

"Thank God,"- says Helena. "I tell you later," said I. "You see it was awfully easy to have me lasted, but the end came quickly. VIndications

read that note." on." I laughed again. "It's rather like are that his, .course was
be n6w
thought must asleep. And
you NH' My cousin stared. Then he drew out fooling a dog or a baby child. A dog, soon run. From plenty in his fathers
take Sabre, dear and tell him to
my e the sheet of paper and read the message I think. Your dog. You've decided to house to destitution In the far con
watch door. And then
c' down." your come e q rA : t it bore. When he had done, 'he have him destroyed so ;you take him try was a short Journey. The sinner
looked me full in the eye. out for a walk and stop at the vet's. comes to realize the "famine" when

The watch was soon set, for Sabre "You shouldn't have opened it, should He doesn't know. He doesn't care the ,very powers which ministered to
was very wise, and thirty seconds ?" his binned
you where you go, so long as he can go pleasure! are
later I entered my lady's room. It was my turn to stare. with you-be with his god. He loves IV. The Son's Degradation (vv. 15,

She pointed to a table, standing ,"As a matter of fact, I didn't. She ;you blindly, you see. He's not the 10)).

close to. the hearth, laid for one only sealed it before I came down-in. Then faintest idea that you're going to do His friends lasted only while he had

but bearing enough for three. she broke It open and read it to me him in. You can speak to the vet. In money. When his money was all gone

"Open the wine, my darling. I'll cut herself." his presence-'I want this dog destroyed he was driven to hire out to a citizento

J the chicken ,up." Geoffrey fingered his chin. ; .' You're perfectly safe. He'll)) feed swine. It was indeed a change

"We mustn't eat much," I whispered. "Well, you can't go like this," he lick your hand while you're speaking" from a son in his father's house to

"If we do, they'll know I've been here." said, getting out of the car. "I mean-" if only you'll give him the chance. feeding swine in a far country. It ia

"Let them know," said Helena, "Geoffrey," I said, "believe me, I But-if-that-dog's-eyes-were ever so that those who will not serve

quickly. "What do I care? What doesIt must get back. I'll get into touch againas opened. .' If when you were gone God are made slaves to the Devil

matter, John? What does anything soon as ever I can, but, however and he was standing, waiting, with (Rom. GIG). This vividly portrays the

matter now?" strange you find it, I can't wait now." his eager nose to the threshold, straining story of many men and women aboutus

I shook my head. "Only one moment said Geoffrey, his ears for some signal of your and is a picture of the inevitable

"This matters, Nell. Compared with \ 4'I taking my arm. return-If then by some magic that consequences of sin.

this, the forester's cottage and all wasa Despite' my protests he haled me up dog was made aware of the truth. ." V. The Son's Restoration (vv. 17-

Sunday School show. Don't think I Saw Her Fingers' Tighten About the steps and' into the inn. (TO BE CONTINUED) "_4).

I'm prudish. I'm not I'm only too the Stem of, 'Her Glass. In the hall I planted my feet. \. 1. He "came to himself" (v. 17).

" glad of a good' excuse'to be here. You how am I breaking my word?' Listen. "Look here, Geoffrey," I said. "I Man-Eater Mountain ,Is When he reflected a bit he was made

see, I'm a man and I love you-from that don't want to have a row, but I've got conscious that though he had wronged
This note's to warn your cousin One of the Alps' Worst
throat to foot. But no one must ever Valentine must not return. We never to get back to her without one In- his father and ruined himself, yet he
know It. If we stood on the steps of stant's delay. I wouldn't have dreamedof Height has nothing to do with dan-
told Barley to keep him, so, when he was 'a son of his father. In the, daysof
a scaffold, I'd say the same." comes to they'll naturally let him go." coming but she couldn't send a ger in mountain-climbing. To climb his sinning he was beside himself.

I saw her fingers tighten about the "It's 'taking action,' Nell. You swore servant and-well, there was no other Mont Blanc, highest of Swiss peaks, IschUd's The sinner; continues in sin because he

, stem of her glass."You're wouldn't do that. way. I'd have left the note with Bar- play compared with scaling Is Insane. The world calls the sinner \.J

right," she' said. "I'm gettingmy you"If ,you love me, you'll do It, John. ley, but she wouldn't have that She's some of the knife-like peaks Everest of the who leaves off his evil ways crazy,

values wrong. Never mind. Sabre Call It breaking my word, if you please, got to know that you've got it and have Cuchullins i.: Skye, while but In reality he has just become
itself is like difficult froth
nothing as ,
can cover your tracks. I'll leave a and think the less of me for It-but' promised to do as she says. sane. If sinners could be induced to
plate on the floor and they'll think I do as I say. I haven't mentioned Pha- "Oh, well, here goes," said Geoffrey, the climber's point of view as the think seriously of their condition, It

i gave him a meal." raoh. I haven't breathed a word of the and hit me under the jaw as hard as pine Dent Blanche, which is less than would be easy to get them to turn from
in Answers
half its states writer
height, a
he could.
,. Absurdly enough, this arrangement plight we're Inv But if it comes out Masazine. their sins.

comforted me. The fragments of pro- that I laid hands on my brother- There are peaks In the Alps which 2. His resolution (v. IS). His reflection -

priety that remained were scarcely well, I'll just be ruined for life. Open CHAPTER IX make all but hardened mountaineers ripened into resolution. The

worth taking up, all the same. the note and read it. Here-give it which picture of his' home, where even the
shiver. One is the Shreckhorn, ,
So we broke our fast together and to me." The Fragrant Valley translated, means "Peak'' of Terror." hired servants had a superabundance,

Shared her glass. She seized it and tore it. open. "Llst When I came to my senses, I was One of the worst of the Alps, from 'moved him to make a decision to leave

For five minutes we smoked In silence n to this: lying on the floor of a car that was the climber's point of view, is Les the far country and go home.

regarding the leaping flames.I traveling fast. My wrists and my "The 3. His confession (vv. IS, 19), He acknowledged -
"Keep Valentine with you. Use any Grandes Jorasses. It known as
threw down my cigarette. ,and got ankles bound and mouth that his sin was against
were my was
violence you like. He must not returnto Man Eater," owing to the number. of
to my feet."Interlude. the castle: and no one on earth must 'gagged. Barley was seated above me, lives lost in attempts to climb It. heaven and his father, that he had

," I said quietly. "And know that he is with you. Don't fall .watching my face. the face forfeited his rights to be called a son,
There Is a long traverse over
now, if you please, my darling, I want me, As I tried to sit up, he pushed me of a sheer precipice, where any mis- and begged to be given a place as a

you to go to bed. We've got a' hard "But why write to Geoffrey, Nell? back on the pillows which made my take means a drop of nearly a mile hired servant.

day coming and we've left a hard day I could tell Barley to tell him, and-" 'bed. on to a glacier beneath. 4. His action (v. 20). Resolution

behind. It's no good our talking to- "No, no. You don't understand. It's "Lie quiet a bit, sir," he said, "and St. on Lake Genera will not avail unless accompanied with
Above Gingolps
night. I shall be 0.1 the ramparts at too serious for that. I don't think :yon you'll soon be as right as rain." known "The German's action. When the confession Is genuine

nine, but I hope that you won't appear know what I've done In 'abducting the To this day I do not know why I is a pass" as fall- action will follow.
where false step means
Tomb a
till eleven o'clock." Count Y.ou'must give this note to your did not go out of my mind. Ing 1,000, feet into a torrent that roars 5. His reception by his father (w.

She did not seem to hear me, but cousin-Into his hands." They say that I :fought like a mad- at the bottom of a vast gorge.A 20-24). The father had not forgottenhis

after a moment o:' two she rose to "But, Nell, that' out of the ques- man, but that was because I was mad. son. No doubt during these years
named Genal in the Cau-
her: feet. tion. Geoffrey won't be back till seven Barley had to throw himself on me, to mountain he longed for the son's return. He )
"John," she said, "do you love me?" o'clock." keep me down. And then at last I casus is known locally as "The Hill of must often have looked for him, for '>V

I caught her hand and It fainted. Death." It Is notorious for its fearful he beheld him when he
put up to "What does that matter, John was a great
my lips. We're free till: noon." She stuffed the I do not think Barley knew It, for avalanches from a glacier high in its of way off, So axious was he for hlH

"You know that I love you," I said, sheet into Its envelope and thrust my senses had hardly left me before recesses. On one occasion a mass of that he ran to meet him and fell upon
hundreds thousands
"far. more than life" this again upon me. "Take it, I beg they returned; but I think that discretion ice weighing his neck and'kissed him. So glad was

"I wonder," she said. "That's tertribly and pray you, and give it into his hand. came with them, for then I saw tons fell a distance of eight miles, killing the father that he even did not hear
and completely
easy to say." You talk of my reputation, in this that to struggle and fight was hopeless.And more than 40 people 'the son's confession through, but ordered

"Why Nell, what's the matter I affair far more than my name is at so, to feign resignation, I lay quite wiping out a village. the tokens of honor to be placed

-whispered.She stake. If they knew what I'd done, my still where I was and shut my eyes. upon him, receiving him back into a

shook her beautiful head. own servants would use me as a leper; And that was my undoing, for after"a Ivory From Many Source. I son's position. Then the feast was

"Nothing's the matter. I only won they all took the oath that I took, moment or two I fell asleep. Besides the elephant, ivory comes made, expressive of the joy of his

dered.; You see, I love you-blind- and it's never been broken, John, since Though the car fled on, I knew noth- from the teeth of the hippopotamus, heart. God 'Is love; Jesus came to

ly. There's nothing else in my world. Yorick was built I had to do it,. John ing, and I never,knew when It stopped.I walrus, narwhal, cachalot or sperm ,.reveal God. This parable lays bare

Reputation. Yorfck, Valentine -.com- 1 -you know that I had ; but if anyone was lifted out, still sleeping, and whale and some wild boars God's heart.


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( WEATHER. be present, In their mkl t "Chubbywas
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BACK IN BED \ Y uniform," says a recent issue of .,

BUS r '.' the Soldier's Journal. "He had ,
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County Constable-Yes, but we think called him to,'his desk., ,
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;...>',> trances. this? 'Among the most beautiful'girls' WRIGLEY 4 M .1
;.'. Dingley..' .
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o couple of good jokes I tell m 'se1fCurrt ,.- realistic reporter "Ti tt's where' he .,S. J switch."
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r. TERRIBLE SHOCKs Turtle. Here I'm spring house hunt- TOUCHING> APPEALS r4K '" enough in my day."

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L. STEWART IS and have averaged nearly two dollars 1MN:N :N:N::N:N:..:..:N:N:N:N:N:N:111NININ1N 11N1M1N) FOR TAX ASSESSOR I ly appreciated.

C. 31. T. C. REPRESENTATIVE: a crate net to the grower. I R. N. MILLER..

The tomato season will be on in POLITICAL ., I hereby announce my candidacyfor
the office of Tax Assessor in and
Elbert L. Stewart of Clewlston is full swing by the first of May and for Hendry County, Florida, subjectto FOR TAX ASSESSOR _

C. M. T. C. County Representativefor present indications are that the mar- the vote of the Democratic Pri-

Hendry county, chosen by the ket will remain steady. ANNOUNCEMENTSPaid mary, June 2nd. I wish to announce my candidacy
I have lived In Hendry County for for re-election as Tax Assessor for

State Civilian Aide to the Secretary American Legion- ( Political Adv.) the past 14 years, during which timeI Hendry County, subject' to the will

: qualify of War to for assist enrollment local young in this men sum-to I .-.."'............."'..................................................,,-.,........................". Hendry have served County as Democratic Secretary of Execu-the lof I the am Democratic seeking re-ciection voters in solely June.on

(Continued from 1) tive Committee, as President of the my record of fairness to the taxpayers -
mer's Citizens Military Training FOR SHERIFF Young Democratic Club, and am at and fairness to the county. I will
at the request of F. Deane Duff a
Camps at Fort Screven, Georgia.As present Tax Assessor for, the Cityof continue the same policy in futureas
he has hat was passed among the membersand I wish to announce my candidacyfor LaBelle. In the past-Fairness to all.
County 'approximately twenty-five dol- re-election to the office of Sher- I will endeavor at all times to Your vote and support will be ap

volunteered along with Doctors O. lars raised to be applied on the new iff of Hendry County, subject to the have taxes as reasonable and as preciated. .

F. Schiffli and J. L. Seebold to ren- church building which the LaBelle Democratic Primaries, in June nearly equalized as possible. HURD L. REEVES.

to the Governmentin Methodists are planning.A I am making this race solely on I Your support will be greatly ap- "
der their services
record of law enforcement and preciated. Thanks.
large delegation of 'members my I
giving free medical examinationsto from Clewiston attended the meet- fair dealings to all, and assure the I DENNIS SMALL.
candidates for the training camps. ing.Capt.. people of Hendry County that the /
policies of this office will not
Young men of this county who desire -

to make application for this Selee Gives I change.Your vote and support will be ap- FOR SCHOOL BOARD MEMBER I LaBelle, Fla.I .
preciated. ; District No. 1, Hendry CountyIt announce my candidacy for the
to Mr. Stewart,
training may .
H. L. DELANEY. office of Superintendent of Public

who will explain to them the many r (Continued From Page One) is my intention and desire at (Instruction.

advantages to be gained from at- bankment; six hurricane gates and this time to announce myself as a I served the schools of 'this community -
candidate for re-election as memberof and will if elect-
tending the camp. many years ,
twenty culverts In the Lake portionof
man of good characterand FOR TAX COLLECTORA the Hendry County Board of Pub- ed, do my best to keep the doors of
Any young the 56.1 miles of channel
project. lic Instruction
subject to the Demo- the school houses open and raise the
sound physique who is betweenthe excavation in the Caloosahatchee cratic Primaries in June. Continuation standard of the schools.I .
of 17 and 24 years is eligi- Democrat-born and raised in
ages of
amounting to 15,981,000 cubic your loyalty and support.
old Lee County went to school in promise a complete separationof
ble for original enrollment. All nec- estimated will be appreciated.
excavation at
yards of an
Fort the schools from politics and I
I Myers and LaBelle and then
essary expenses are paid by the Gov- cost', of $1,394,700, lock and M. E. VON MACH.
one took a course in Massey Business will work for a tenure of teachers
ernment, including fare to camp and spillway at a cost of $636,000. The College. Came back home and work' based entirely upon their success in

return, uniforms, wholesome food, new route will be ten miles shorter I ed at intervals for fifteen years in the school room.

athletic equipment, laundry service, than the former route from the laketo general mercantile and hardwarebusiness I FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF Upon this platform I solicit your

and medical attention. No obligation the Gulf. During the peak of the combined with postofficefor PUBLIC INSTRUCTION support. e

for future military service is lake work a total volume of 1,600- one employer who is now a liv- D. G. McCORMICK.

incurred by those attending C. M. T. 000 yards per month was taken out ing reference at any time. I am a candidate for the office of

C. of all contracts. Thirteen different I then finished a normal school ,Superintendent of Public Instruc-
course, took examination and taught tion.
contracting companies have been engaged -
MRS. SIAS GIVES BIRTHDAY school for five successive years in If chosen, I will discharge the duties NOTICE
in the work. About a million
one community. On account of fail-
of the office faithfully and im
PARTY HONORING HUSBAND yards of material a month is now f ing health of mother I was' compelled partially.I .

being taken from the Caloosahat to give up my school work and solicit and will appreciate active The Registration Books will be
Mrs. A. W. Sias gave a surprise
office of
in the the Supervisor -
chee by all contractors.At come home to care for my children.I support in the approaching Demo- open
birthday party for Mr. Sias on then was elected Supervisor of of Registration, of Hendry Coun-
Thursday evening at their home. Michigan the close of Capt. Selee's talk Registration and served five years cratic Primary. ty, from April 7, 1936 until April
was played during the even Capt. G. E. Linkswiler was intro- and have handled by own businessfor 30, 1936 mid-night.

ing. duced. Capt. Linkswiler is to take the past twenty years. I feel thatI Office hours, from 9 o'clock a. m.

:Mrs.: Foy Durrence won the Capt., Selee's place here shortly as can qualify for this job providingth to 12 m. and from 2 o'clock p. m.

core prize for ladies, a vase; S. L.I I officer in charge of the work and good people of Hendry County FOR COUNTY JUDGEI until 5 ,,p. m.

Crochet was high for men and received -/ he gave a brief talk expressing his will give it to me. JOHN L. HALL,

an ash tray. A novelty tooth pleasure at hearing the address and Your support will be appreciated. hereby announce myself as can- Supervisor of Registration,
Clewis'- ALICE CURRY' BAILEY. didate for the office of County Hendry County, Florida.
his favorable impression of
brush holder was'given Foy Dur-
Judge of Hendry County, Florida,
Pub. April 10-17.
ton and its people the, few
for consolation prize.A .
rence n- -
subject to' the approval. of the vot-
salad course, birthday cake and I days be-has resided here. ers in the Democratic Primary, June

ice cream were served to: Mr. and E. E. Sisson, former W'PA' engi- REPRESENTATIVE 2.

Mrs. Z. G.' Meredith, Mr. and Mrs. neer of LaBelle also appeared be- Your vote and support will. be ap- NOTICE

Foy Durrence, Mr.,, and Mrs. C. E. fore rthe club in regard to the rec- In making my announcement for preciated. --

Nail, Mr.' and Mrs. A. W. Lawrenceand reation park project which he had re-election to the House of Repre- BILL MADDOX. Notice is hereby given that an
sentatives from Hendry County, sub- election will be held on Tuesday,
Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crochet. attempted to secure while in that po,
ject to the Democratic Primary of May 5th, A. D. 1936 within Special
sition. I '
June, I wish to state that I am par- FOR SHERIFF Tax School District Number 7,
CHURCH CHOIR ENTERTAINEDAT The chairman of the Education i ticularly interested in the welfare Hendry County, Florida, for the

HOME OF J. E. BEARDSLEY Committee, Dr. D. J. Williams was of the schools and the completionof purpose: of electing three Trusteesfor
To the Voters of
unavoidably absent from the meet-, the North and South road from I Hendry County: said Special Tax School District

Mr.; and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley en- ing 'but asked that his expressionsof Venus to Everglades City known as I for the hereby office announce of Sheriff my: of candidacy.I. and for the further purpose of determining -
'State Road number 164 will Hendry the amount of to
and millage
tertained the members of the Com- regret be tendered to the club and county subject to the Democratic
use my efforts in the interest of be levied in said Special Tax School ,
munity Church choir with a dinner I
to Capt. Selee. in June. I have been a I.
each other ''matter District for the next two
or en-
any affectingthe years
party at their home south of Clewis- resident of Hendry county for the .
Next Wednesday night there will County and its Citizenship. suing.
ton Thursday evening. past 'sixteen and feel
years that I
be another Ladies' Night with a mu- I believe experience gained as a II Notice is further given that the
am capable I
Those attending were: Mrs. M. carrying on the workof
sical program by Fort Myers enter- member of previous sessions of the City Hall in the City of Clewiston
R. Lawler, Mrs. G. J. Potter, Mrs.R. the office in an honest and fear
tainers being offered. Harold More-Legislature will enable me to render less manner and of within said Special Tax School Dis-
N. Smith, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, giving the peopleof I
the best service to trict has been the
land, violinist, and several other en- very .Hendry the county a conscientious ad- designated as
:Mrs. F. H. Moltz, Miss Marion Ley- tertainers have been secured for the County, and I shall appreciate the ministration if elected. Your vote place of voting In said election.All .
dig, Mrs. J. H. Doty, M. E. Yenawine, support and influence 'of Cit-
every and who tax on
evening. 'Nearly all of them have your support. will be appreciated. persons pay per-
Lawson Jones, F. M. Wright, J. H. been here before and their return Is izen and voter. sonal or real property in said Spec-

Doty and R. N. Smith. ELBERT L. STEWART.FOR DOUGLAS THOMPSON.FOR ial Tax School District, and are oth-
looked forward to with a great deal
erwise qualified to vote, are eligibleto
of pleasure. All Kiwanians
are urgedto
DANCING PARTY HONORS vote in said election.
bring their ladies and attend this
-- program. District Xo. 1, Hendry County Chairman Board of Public

The members of the Senior class the Democratic ''Voters of Hen- Instruction, Hendry Coun-

o of Clewiston High School and Jim- Doty AppointedContinued This will announce my candidacyfor dry County: ty, Florida.
re-election to the office of County -: ATTEST:
mie Harrington, a student at LaSalle I hereby announce my candidacy
Commissioner from District No. I for the office of Tax Assessor in E. L. STALLINGS,
Military Academy on Long Island, 1, Hendry County, subject to the '
( from 1) Hendry County I Superintendent of Public
New York, who is visiting throughthe page June Democratic Primaries. subject to the actionof
tern for Federal record and the Democratic Instruction.
every Primaries
Easter holidays with his father :
My record is my platform. Your
docnment so that they may be examined Your'vote and support will be Jun.t April 3101724lay 1, 1936.. .
J. J. Harrington, were the guests of vote will be appreciated.D. .
1honor at a dancing party given by at a moment's notice. At the G. ALSTON. -

Bob Patterson present time, with so many important -
Wednesday night at
Federal projects under construc-
his home. I
Punch, sandwiches and cake were tion, it is deemed advisable that FOR COUNTY JUDGETO
these records be in order, and
served to: Jimmie Harrington, Vin-! full details of the kept Lake Okeechobee THE 'VOTERS OF HENDRY Security THE Security

cent Oglesby, Anne Mathis, Florine i

Moore, Katherine Wiandt, :Mary I Flood Control project will be avail- With COUNTY a deep: sense of appreciationfor Quality B an d B Quality
able in the new building. The survey
Lowe .
Coburn Moore, Conrad Clarke, the support you have given me
LeRoy Hare, Jack Moorman, Ed will include the scrutinizing of every in my first elective term, I hereby I Feeds "

Clark, Trevalyn Moltz, James Winn, record of every department, di- announce my candidacy for re-elec: GRo'CERY CO.Feeds
vision and office in the Continental .
Frank Ray, Jimmie Hall, 'Bill Owen, tion as County Judge of Hendry

Judson Francis, Louise Bussey, United States that is in any manner County, Florida, subject to your approval -
connected with the United States in the Democratic Primariesof
Ward, Christine Bell, Ber-
Government for its potential histor- June, 1936.

nice Hare Guthrie, Dorothy Brown, Dor- ical value to the newly created Bureau My past record for fairness to all A Full Line of Feeds Cut Worm Bait and
othy Ethel Willis, Gladys Wil- and the manner in which I hare ,

lis, Peggy Gallant, Willie V. Hooker of National Archives. conducted the affairs of this officeis

and Dick Paterson. an open book to those who wishto Poultry Supplies.
SCHOOL NEWS I I Investigate.. '

I I I believe that my age. training as
Music Class TContinued < an attorney, and previous experience -

I (Continued from Page 4) enable me to render more 0 efficient .
Scratch Feed Whole Corn
sey vwho gave a clever toast to the service in this important of-

( from page 1) departing ,Seniors. .
Seem-played by Marianne Jones; During the course of the dinner you see fit to re-elect me as "

sung by Runelle McGehee and Bar-I I toasts were 'offered by Vincent Og your County Judge, I promise, as Egg Mash

bara Smith. 'the far as in 'me lies, to give Hendry /
lesby, as Senior's answer to the
Three Little County an honest, capable and dependable
Maids from Juniors Mr. ,Herring responded for '
SChOOl-I I Cracked Corn Growing Mash
played by Barbara Smith the faculty. administration of the af- .
fairs of the office.
by Runelle McGehee, Julia Anne Og
Throughout the evening music
Your vote and support will be
lesby and Margaret VonMach. was rendered by Mrs. Mark Lawler. greatly appreciated. Shorts

TheFlowers That Bloom in the She accompanied R. N. Smith who H. A. RIDER.

Spring-played by Runelle McGehee, sangmany popular numbers, favor-

sung by Dicky Owen and Julia Ann I ites l:of the classes. Broiler Mash Wheat Bran

Oglesby.A The program closed with the: singing FOR REPRESENTATIVE i
Wandering Minstrel-played by -- o f
of "Auld Lang Syne.
Runelle McGehee. I Each guest was presented with a To the Democratic Voters of. HendryI Chick Starter

Tit-Willow-played by Julia Ann I[ gift from the Junior class. I I County: 0 i .
Aglesby and sung by Dicky Owen. I wish to announce my ;candidacyfor
The Juniors present 'Ethel
were: the office of Representative for Rice Bran \ Chick Grit
Willis Louise
Bussey, Dorothy Hendry County, subject to the will ..
.. Tomato ShipmentsContinued Brown ,Jack Moorman, Ed Clark and of the voters in the June Primary. i

Bob Patterson.The "__Though living in Clewiston, I own Beet Pulpi

--- Seniors were: Florence and operate a business in LaBelle. r i ,

( From Page One) Moore, Katherine Wiandt, Anne Ma- and therefore am vitally interested

Lake Harbor and South Bay is reported this and Vincent Oglesby. f in the, development and welfare of Ask for literature on how to produce for

to have shipped an averageof Guests Included Misses Sue Maxwell -1 all sections of Hendry county, and I ,

two cars a day for the past two Dorothy Lockhart, Mary Snell, pledge my untiring efforts to obtain ; .
early construction of Road 164
weeks from the Milton Crouch pack- Livonia Congdon and B. E. Herring, Your vote and support will be appreciated profit (/

ing house In South Bay, These have I| R. N, Smith and Mrs. Mark R, Law- :! 1

been consigned to northern markets,I ler. I KEATHLEY' BOWjDEN', ,

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