The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00582
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 12, 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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Fishing Contest Here Dies In I I .


Interest in the local fishing con- ,

FROM DROWNING I test past has increased two weeks somewhat with many duringthe new I BY LARGE MAGAZINE mother Mrs of John J. J.J.Harrington, NEW LAKE ROADThe

names added to the register and sev-I Manager of the United i

eral fish having been caught which The following article, taken from Corporation, died last I
Horace A. Bestor, engineer for the I directors of the local Kiwanis
United States Sugar Corporation, were regarded by the ones catching I the Journal of American Business, son's summer home in club at a meeting held following the

drove a Chevrolet coupe belongingto them to be large enough to weigh in. appeared in a recent issue and is indicative Mich. Details were meager regular meeting Wednesday night

the company into the road-side W. A. Davis took the prize last of a wide spread interest in is reported to have been due decided to /sponsor a movement for a -

canal between Six-Mile Bend and week with a bass registered on May local law enforcement: monia.Mr. new road between Clewiston and

Twenty-Mile Bend last Friday and is fifth weighing five and threequarter Delanc "s' Career Earns:: Commenda Harrington was I Belle Glade as one of the most

still alive to relate the incident to pounds. A. L. Lee is leading this tion. Thursday and left Clewiston worthy projects mentioned at' the

friends. i week with a six and a half pounder One of the complexities which has on that day, taking a round-table discussion two weeks .,

According to Mr. Bestor, he was caught last Tuesday. John Elmore come to be closely associated Jacksonville. ago. The Secretary was instructed to
registered a five pound nine ounce wjth advancement in civilization has write letters to civic organizations '
on his way toward Clewiston and was :Mrs. Harrington's home J.
not driving fast when one of the bass Sunday and 'Paul Hendred one been the adequate enforcement of troit, Mich., and funeral in the other Lake towns and in West .

tires went partially flat and threw weighing five pounds, ten ounces. on law and order. Today, the law, bothas -were held there ,on Palm Beach in order to get interest

the car out of control. As he rolledon the same day.NEGRO far as its ,civil and its criminal aroused in the construction of this

to the shoulder of tho road he aspects are concerned, is a far more much needed road.

the brakes, complex factor than was ever the At the W. M.
said he gently applied regular meeting
for fear ARRESTED case previously: Its enforcement requires CONE Bradnack who been -
fearing to brake to heavily has a guest soloist -
I the car would turn over on the in- as might logically be expected at several of the meetings, took

fifcne. Never realizing that there was both perseverance and effective another role and gave a most inter '

any possibility of the car going into AFTER ATTEMPTED application. Over and above this, BEGUN AFTER esting talk on "The Life of a Forest .

concentrated all effortson however, is the factor of tact, which Bradnack
the canal, he RangerMr. spent sev- -
stopping it without turning it has much to do with efficient legal RACE WITH eral years in the west on this work

over. Tracks of the car indicated HOLDUP HEREWalter regulation.This and his talk was both educationaland

that he travelled several hundred has been seen in a represen- interesting.He .

feet diagonally down the shoulder '-- tative and important law enforce- One of the most hectic described the vast forests in
Baker, a Jacksonville negro ment office that of the County
before reaching the edge of the canal er held in the state for our National Preserves in the west
formerly employed by the Unit Sheriff. For the Sheriff, in the
sition for Governor has and the virgin timber lands, as yet '
ed States Sugar Corporation was arrested -
course of his duties, comes into closer -
Mr. Bestor stated that he thoughthe in Harlem early Saturday during the past week untouched by the lumbering industry. -
contact with 'important problems
had the car under control andit morning by Justice of the Peace G. affecting his constituents than does P. Cone of Lake City and He described it as an ideal vaca-

slid gently into the canal before Small less than two hours after he any other official serving with a similar (Homestead Bill) Hodges, tion land for those who enjoy the

he realized it. With the exceptionof had attempted to hold up Jay W. province. Let us'consider, as a hassee. At the present : beauties ,of nature in its wildest
the window at his side all the pears certain that Mr. Cone state.
Moran at his home. He was positively point of interest, the record
others were up and, the car floated identified by Mr. Moran and later has been compiled by Sheriff H. L.I I ter the run-off with W. He described in detail the life of
momentarily and he reached into the teway, of ,Tampa, who was
confessed. Another negro answeringto DeLaney, of LaBelle, Florida. the ranger and his duties which include -
back of the car for some papers.As the name of Calvin was arrested' H. L. DeLaney has attained wide 'I among the fourteen the protection of forests a-

he started through the opened Sunday morning in Felda by SheriffH. recognition in the course of the gen- When first tabulations gainst fires and the wanton destruc-

window the car threatened to turn L. DeLaney as an acconiplice. uinely effective work which he has nounced Cone led Hodges tion of timber by the logging com
on its side so he reached over and I thousand votes but later
I Mr. Moran had worked late at his carried out as Sheriff of Hendry panies as well as the care and watch-
opened the opposite window. The creased this lead until the wild
fulness exerted to protect .
pffice in the Administration Building County. He has regarded his officeas
sudden rush of water came up to only a few hundred votes
life that roams within the
He went home and later down comprising more than a mere gov-
his face but righted the car and he them for second place. At
town and while he was away the ernmental post, and has brought to -
climbed out the window at his side Hodges took the lead for Dance At
negro concealed himself in 'some its functioning the full extent'of en- I Engineers .
and clambered'upon the top of the time due to a discrepancy in
shrubbery near the front door of Mr. terprising effort. Accordingly, it may
car before it settled to the bottom. count of Levy county.
Moran's home. It was about one'o'clock be stated that he is serving, effecu'vely Inn For Ball TeamThe
The water was about two feet ov'erthe vassing boards had
when Mr. Moran returnedand and conscientiously. The results
top of the car. tabulations by the -
parked his car in the driveway.As of his careful and far-sighted policies -
The canal at the point where the Cone was holding to a lead U. S. Engineers are sponsoring -
| he approached the, entrance to have been written in terms of
accident occured is fairly clean and a few hundred votes. The a dance which is being held at "
the house the negro stepped from definite accomplishment. Hendry
hyacinths but Mr. Bestor stated I still in doubt. officially and the Clewiston Inn tonight for the "' ,
behind the shrubbery and advanced County, an important unit 'of' Flor-
iiat he paid close attention to the state canvassing board benefit of the ClewistonEngineer"C
toward him with drawn gun. He ask- ida administration,. has profited
marks left by the car and is confi- candidates this week it baseball club and a !large crowd of
ed for money and Mr. Moran told from the careful law enforcement
dent that he had not gotten out the known definitely who will dancers from this and other Lake
him that he had no money on him. principles which he is sponsoring.He .
site of the accident would have been way's opponent on June 23. communities are expected to attend.
Not satisfied, the negro searched him is carrying out the work whichis I.
most difficult to locate. 8)I Music will be furnished by Al Lin-
However, Cone is
and found nothing. Mr. Moran then associated with the Sheriff's of- I
The roadside ditches have claimed engpged him ill conversation and fice with utmost capability, and is vinced that he will be in quist and his Mutineers and special

many lives during the past few years found that the negro had workedfor attempting to perform all official place that he this week I feature atractions are announced. '
and Mr. Bestor states that his experience speaking campaign in Dancing will start at 9:00 and con-
the company and he said he was functions at a maximum of economy,
has shown him how diffi- hungry but wanted money rather in order to effectively lighten the candidacy. He expects to tinue until 1.,

cult it would be to get out of car than food. Promising to get him burden, of taxpayers. intensive tour of the state

which had gone into a canal and something to eat if he would let the second primary on June Clewiston Loses Two

turned upside down even if the occupants him go in the house, Mr. Moran ,finally Absentee Ballots the general impression is ,-

were unhurt. And the rush talked the negro into droppingthe will furnish Judge Games To PahokeeTwo

of the water as it comes in when a gun and backing away toward Available Tomorrow more opposition than l'

car plunges suddenly into a canal the shadows at the corner of the I have had he been the

would, he thinks, make it much more house. Once inside Mr. Moran ran:I -- The doubt as to the more practice games have

difficult to escape. upstairs, found his gun and from Absentee ballots for 'Hendry coun- the race for second place been lost by the ClewistonEngineersbaseball
a peculiar situation. team on successive Sundaysto
the thought he
balcony overhead ty are being printed today and will '
lots to have been the Pahokee team with the visi-
Democrats To still the lurking near the
Young saw negro be available tomorrow (Saturday) to
able last Monday but tors winning on the home diamondthe
He shot several
of house.
corner the., I those wishing to leave, on vacations
ing to wait for the state past Sunday decisively by a score
times into the but
Meet Tuesday Night shrubbery appar- and desiring to vote before leaving.
ently the negro had disappearedas I These absentee ballots are avail- board to pass on the of 8-3. The game on the preceding ,: ;
dates, Secretary of State R. Sunday was much more closely con- :'
soon as possible.
able almost a week late because of '
President Clarence Roberts is urg- has been unable to send to tested, the score being 9-8. ; :
the fact that the in ,
Mr. Small was summoned imme- two high men !
ing all Young Democrats to be pres- I ties a 'certified list of not ,e ; j'
Full details of game were
diately and with Mr. Moran went to the Governor's race had not been
ent at a called meeting Tuesday county ballots. Some of the available 'but Hooky Avant is said .
I decided. Absentee voting, according!
(Continued on Page 8)
night, June 16, to be held in the are going ahead'and making
thrill in
I to law, should have started last Mon- to have furnished the big
Everett Hotel dining room at 8:30. FLORIDA MAN CANDIDATE FOR day. ballots using the names of both games by hitting the school-
This meeting is for members only ,I
I REPUBLICAN VICE PRESIDENT Petteway for Governor and house in Pahokee in one game with '
.o please make reservations with \ mitting absentee voting.
11 a batted ball and the one
Lewis. New Bridge Across
Jack West Palm Beach, June 11 (FNS) Hodges 1l0'V' be declared I Sunday. Both should have been easy: 4

Entertainment and a social hour -J. Leonard Replogle of this city, over Cone it is not known I home runs but bounced against the

will follow the business meeting.-- will probably be supported solidlyby Industrial Canal effect it will have on the buildings with sufficient force to '

LaBelle News.Drainage. 12 southern states as Republican ballots already cast. Other be easily retrieved by the fielder and

candidate for the vice-presidency in Construction of a new bridge are refusing to print any the hit held to two bases.
District the forthcoming election, accordingto was started the first of the week til they receive the certified I Hitting on both sides was heavier

the latest reports from Cleveland, across the Industrial canal at the Mr. Gray. I than in previous games. In last Sun-

Cleaning Ditches Ohio, the Republican convention I south crossing to Hookers' Point. I, day's game Hooky Avant was on the
: :
city. I The bridge is being built by the Fort Myers Plans mound for the local team and the

According to Mrs. Myra Brown, I county and is being supervised by I' score was 4-3 until the ninth inning.
The Clewiston Drainage District national Republican committeewoman P. E. Wise who is employed by the Opening Another last inning blow-up caused '

has had a small dragline at work from Tampa, these states hava I Sugar Company but loaned to the I the larger score against the locals.
this, week cleaning out one of the .
total of 187 votes in the
a conven- county to do the pob. Spooner pitched for the visitors.,
east-west laterals in the townsite to tion. Mrs. Brown is actively sup- Three new piling were driven lnl[ I I A movement to stage a Pahokee hotly
provide better The game at was ,
drainage through the porting Renlogle. Headquarters for I the seven-bent structure, the old celebration for the opening contested all the way. Walker was j
The .
rainy season. dynamite
charges the Florida candidate have been established sub-structure being in fairly good Caloosahatchee-Okeechobee -
which on the mound for the Pahokee team ,
set off
for the were Thursday were I in a hotel directly across I shape. The old bridge was 122 feet; state canal on Jan. 1 or I and Coburn Moore and Virgil Law- I
purpose of loosening some J the street from the Cleveland city I long of the mud-sill type but they was launched yesterday at mound duties
rock in the bottom of of the rence took care of the !
one auditorium where the convention new floor will be ninety feet long I ing of chamber of
ditches. One of I' for the local team.
the north-south later- : ,
opened early this week.Replogle's I' and will have two abutments and i ficials and interested .
als has already been cleaned since I H. O. Peters, manager of the i
candidacy had a prom-I wingwalls which will be back-filled Tarrer who recently
the work was started. Clewiston team and leader' in amovement.
inent place in they assembled caucusof j I with sand and marl. The decking is "watercade" to mark the
Workmen under the supervision I the southern representatives for of three-inch material and is siteeil \- tion of the canal was to start a Lake League

9 of W. C. Owen were busy today put- the purpose of mapping plans to expand feet wide. In addition a side- man of a committee to expects the league season to get tinder -

ting in a new bridge where FranII.t two party government in the walk, four feet{ in width, is being plans and recommend an way within the next two weeks .

Cisco Street crosses the ditch, the old I: south. Election of a Republican vice- constructed along the south side of tion to plan and publicize with Moore Haven, Clewiston, Belle'
one having been removed in order I president from the "deep south" the bridge. bration. I Glade, Pahokee and possibly Okee-

that the flowline of the ditch could would be an outstanding step toward Mr. Wise stated that the bridge Other members named I chobee getting in.

be cleaned out underneath. Mr. Ow- I greater recognition for the I would be open for crossing by Sat- Lynn. chamber president, ELECTION OFFICIALS ARE

en stated that one more ditch vv.ould I II party in the southern states, accord urday morning but handrails and preliminary committees are NAMED BY COUNTY BOARD

I be cleaned out and probably not more' ing to the group sponsoring Replo- other details are not expected to be I Franklin, veteran !

than one more bridge removed. gle's nomination. !complete before the middle of next er, Miss Kate L. Jeffcott, Election officials to serye at the t'

) Dispatches from Replogle campaign week. land, Harry J. Wood and R. second Democratic primary on Tuesday -

!f If he is to be successful, the headquarters say that he has I The same crew will build a new They will prepare a June 23, were appointed by the

poultry raiser must be alert at all also been promised votes from Pennsylvania -I bridge across one of the lateral drainage and plans for the I board of county commissioners in

.\ times checking on various phases of where he was formerly en-i|:I ditches in the townsite just east celebration and will report special session this week and are list- i

ppultry management.. R. Mehr- gaged In the steel business, and ad-'lof the one torn out this week. This a called meeting of the ed in a legal advertisement else- \

hof. joining northern states. I will be twenty-four by twenty-four. (Continued on Page where in theis issue. jj'>

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CLEWISTON NEWS Friday, June 12, 1936

-------- : Time Limit Will Be
News Review of Current IMPROVED1


Bill Brawnley, the strong man o?
Events the World OverSerious SUNDAY I the village, met one of his fellow-vil

WEEKThe LessonBy lagers In the local inn the other eve

ning. During flieir conversation Bill

REV. P. B. FITZWATER, D. D., called the other man a liar. The
Big "Black Legion"More Member of Faculty. Moody Bible
: Institute of Chicago villager naturally resented this remark
{ and Better Babies Labor Troubles in Many States-Molev Warns the Western Newspaper Union. .

I I A Worried EmpireU. J ,"Look here, Brawnley," he said,

S. Dollars EmigrateThe Administration-Municipal Bankruptcy Lesson for June 14 "I'll give you just{ five minutes to

"ritual" of the murderous secret Act Is Held Invalid. take that back."

society called the "Black Legion" contains JESUS CRUCIFIED Bill smiled.
some old "Is that so," he replied, extending

"Know Nothing" By EDWARD W. PICKARD his chest impressively and advanced
TEXT-Luke 23:33-46.
rLI< features. The can- Western Newspaper Union. GOLDEN TEXT-But God commend. to where his fellow-creature stood

didate for admis- I eth his love toward us, In that, whilewe "And suppose I don't take it back
sion must be "will- FACTORIES and farm In 15 states designed to permit cities and other political were yet sinners, Christ died for Inside of five minutes
of the Union were affected subdivision which found them us.-Romans 5:8. "
ing to commit mur- parts "Then, said the villager after a
by labor troubles whicL Inter selves in tlnnnclal: straits to effect PRIMARY TOPIC-When Jesus Died ,
der, to proceed for Us. slight pause, "I'll extend the time a
against Catholics, mediaries were trying In vain to settle. composition, with the approval of two- JUNIOR: TQtIC-The Savior' -Christ bit."-London Answers.
Jews and Negroes" ; ,Leaders of organized labor claimed thirds of the bondholders or othei the Lord.

he must be "native that from 30.000:\ to 4r..0M( strikers already creditors, whereby the Indebtedness INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR
TOPIC-Jesus Died for Me. First Coins Dated 700 B. C.
born, Protestant were out but employers challenged could be readjusted, scaled down, or, a; YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT ;

white and gentIle' ;.the union claims that the strikes Mr. Justice McReynolds put It, "re. TOPIC-The Meaning of the Cross., Gold, Silver Mixture; Used

were effective. pudlated. The world's first coins came Into

The "Black Legion Workers in six plants of Remington It Is highly Important that every existence in Lydia, Asia Minor, about

K ," which prob- Rand Inc., were out on strike after THE United States treasury will un teacher have the personal experience 700 B. C., when a metal called elec-

ably will not last, union leaders ordered a walkout at the biggest peace time bon of Christ's death for himself and then trum, a natural mixture of gold and

long, had ambitious Syracuse N. Y. They said G.OOO work rowing operation In the nation's' his get his pupils to see that Christ's death silver, was used.

Arthur BrUbane pIa n s. Among ers in the company's New York. Ohio tory, Secretary of the Treasury MOP was Instead of their own death. We Two of the most interesting, coinsIn

other things It proposed to overthrowthe and Connecticut plants were Involved. genthau disclosed in an official announcement escape Judgment because, judgmentfell the history of American moneyare

federal government, which Is not Company officials asserted there were revealing that $2,050,754/ upon Christ. He was made to be the "Pine Tree" shilling, a silver -

an original Idea. It was also going to 4,200 affected. \ .' 416 of government securities will bE sin for, us that we might be made' the piece minted in Boston In 1G52,

set up a dictatorship, with night-riding Six thousand barbers in lower Manhattan offered the middle of June. This financIng righteousness of God In him (II Cor. and the Spanish-American silver

regiments to enforce discipline. DIctatorship New York were ordered to calls for an even billion dollar* 5:21). No" one lacking this experiencecan coins known as "pieces of eight." .,

Is not a new idea, either. Join 3,000 others In a strike which had of new money. In addition to the truly teach this lesson.

Strange things are done or plannedIn spread over a wide area of Manhattan, $1,050,754,416 required to meet maturIng I. The Place of Crucifixion (v. 33).

the name of "liberty" now, as they the Bronx and Brooklyn. obligations They led him away to Calvary, a hill REMOVE FRECKLES,
were when Madam Roland mountedthe Striking seamen in New York were north of Jerusalem resembling a skull.

guillotine platform. said to number 7,000 and there was a OENATOR ROBINSON'S resolution: Calvary is the Latin word; and Gol- BLA HEADSQ CK

good deal of trouble over their effortsto authorizing the continuance of the gotha is the Hebrew. This is a most

'Russia wants bigger families, like picket the piers and the home of Florida ship canal and Passamaquoddytide significant name for the place where

Mussolini and others with "plans." Mayor La Guardia. harnessing projects was favorably man's redemption was accomplished.

Stalin wants plenty of new little citi Two hundred office workers and com- reported by the senate commerce The skull is an apt symbol of man's :

zens. pany police in Portsmouth, Ohio, were committee after Mr. Robinson had told condition as a result of sin. Life and tiZE'A

A thousand million rubles will be, set, besieged in the strike-closed plant of, the members the administration wanted Intelligence are gone, leaving only the

aside by Moscow to "subsidize large the Wheeling Steel corporation; and the schemes kept alive as work re dark empty cavern which once con- / '
in Akron, Ohio employees of the Goodyear
families and aid mothers." Birth con- lief measures. tained them.

trol ladies and gentlemen will hear, Tire and.TIubber company were :Senator Vandenberg of Michigan II. His Companions on the Crossv.

surprised, that aid to! large families arrested for violating an anti-riot law. warned the majority leaders, they had ( 33).
In other states the union leaders
will begin after the seventh child. better not bring the, resolution up in Two malefactors' were crucified
thus estimated the number on strike: No matter how dull and dark your com-
Seven are taken as a matter of course; the senate if they really wanted ad- with him. This is in fulfillment of the plexion, no matter how freckled and

that is just the beginning of a Russian Arka'nsas-Three thousand tenant journment by June 6, for he had 21 Scriptures : "He was numbered with coarsened by sun and wind, Nadinola

family. farmers. amendments to offer and each one : the transgressors" (Isa. 53:12). Per- Cream,tested and trusted for over agen-
field eration, will whiten, clear and smooth
California-One thousand
would lead to prolonged debate. sonally, he was sinless but he becamesin your skin to new beauty quickest,easiest

Chancellor Hitler of Germany joins workers. Robinson's resolution authorizes the for us. way. Just apply tonight; no massaging,

In the "more and better babies" cry. Oregon and WashIngton-Seven thou President to appoint two boards of III. His Forgiving Love (v. 34). no rubbing; Nadinola begins its beautifying
sand loggers. work while you sleep. Then you
The German Ideal Is no longer the hundred three engineers each to examine and He cried, "Father forgive them." He see day-by-day improvement until your
Wisconsin Twenty-five
beautiful golden-haired Margaret, spin- make reports upon surveys that have doubtless had in mind not only the soldIers complexion is restored to creamy white
ning her wheel and saying "No." The workers in various industries. already been made of the two projects. who acted for the government, satin-smooth loveliness. No disap-
Minnesota-About 500 millwrights, would have to to the Pres- pointments; no long waiting; money
They report
Nazis demand women who "above fur and'cereal workers: but the Jews who in their blindness back guarantee. Get a large box of
everything else, can become the moth- Indiana-About 175 in various Indus ident by June 20 of, this year. were ignorant of the enormity of their NADINOLA Cream at your favorite

ers of several children," and are wIll- crime. He was absolutely destituteof toilet counter or by mail, postPaid, only

ing to do so, according, a representative tries. hundred of theBurch ". FRANK O. LOWDEN of Illlnoh hatred, even for his betrayer and 50c. NADINOLA, Box 45, Paris, Tenn.
Iowa-One employees
the choice of the Republican -
of Chancellor Hitler. murderers. .
Biscuit In Des Moines. .
convention for President' If he IV. The Revelation of the Worldvv.
South Dakota-Three hundred butch Quality of Thoughts
William Philip Simms, English, is Sioux will accept the nomination. ( 34.43). life
ers at Morrell packing plant confident The happiness of your depends
That the -
was Take section of the world
a cross
afraid the British empire not sur-
Falls. upon the quality of your thoughts.
vive, on account of "air fleet peril" Nebraska-One hundred highway prediction a po- at any time since Christ was crucified -
litical observer who is and representatives of the vari-
Britain Is disturbed by the thought workers.
usually well Informedand classes therein found around Cardui Middle Life
ous were During
that her whole imperial line of com- Texas-Sixty-two power plant work-
close to sources of Jesus on the cross. The cross is the Women who are entering middle
munication, stretching 4,000 miles from ers at El Paso.
the Straits of Gibraltar to the Gulf of Vermont-Two hundred marble workers national party news. judgment of this world (John 12:31). life will be interested in the experience -

Aden, is under Mussolini's bombing, near RuUand.RAYMOND He declared there wasa 1. The covetous (v. 34). They gam- of Mrs. L. C. McDonald, of
planes. Except that her empire Is steadily growing demand bled for his seamless robe where he Paragould, Ark., who writes: "I took
from many partsof those Cardui during change of life. I was
the biggest, England should not worry HOLEY who used to be was dying. This represents
weak I could
the Union for the is so so nervous, hardlygo.
whose primary interest in Christ a
more than other countries. With sur- the 'chief of the "brain I just dragged around. I had
face ships losing,all Importance, exceptin trust," fears that his friend President nomination of 'the for means to get gain. If they had had fainting spells and would just give

the opinions of some Americans, Roosevelt may be destroyed politically -.......'<....... mer governor of Illinois eyes to see they could have beheld a down. :My back and head hurt. I
who always has robe of righteousness being providedIn read of Cardui. I took
anybody's bombers can break up any by the radicals within Frank O. seven
line of communications temporarily: the Democratic party Lowden been po pu 1 a r with his death: bottles. It gave me relief and

who at the same time farmers and whose 2. The indifferent (v. 35). "The strength. I am now 60 years past,
would moder- qualities of statesmanship are recog- people stood beholding." They gazed and can do a pretty good day's work,
"Americans Investing huge sums In "
nized generally throughout the coun- in'the house and garden.
him with indifference. The great
the Bahamas, to escape income tax," ation and destroy the upon Thousands of women testify Cardui bene-
say the New York, Times big type, very system which he try. Mr. Lowden Is vigorous and hale, mass of the world today gazes upon fited them. If itiocs not benefit YOU,
front page.Americans. attempted to improve." and he Is always actively'' interested the crucified Christ with stolid indifference consult a physician.
in the welfare of his state and nation *
have been "Investing huge In a speech before
sums"'elsewhere, outside of the United the National Economy especially In the problems of the agri- 3. The scoffers (vv. 35-39)). Enjoy and Endure
}' :r culturist. a. The rulers reviled him for his when and endure
States. Billions of American money league in New York. Enjoy you can

have gone to Canada, England and Doctor Moley said he claim to be the Savior. They wanteda when you must.-Goethe.
ONGRESSMAN. TINKHAM of Mas- Savior but not a crucified one. Many
other the
"foreign parts. More will go. _.._ paw' confronting C
sachusetts is of those
Roosevelt admlnistra, one Repub today are religious but have only con-
In all the Bahamas 4,403
square' Raymond licans who think the chances of their tempt for a salvation which centers In C
lion these Dangers
miles of beautiful territory, there it no ln PAINFUL
Moley federal party for victory in November wouldbe an atonement made by blood. They
.1. That re-
Income '
tax. Think of that. for a )
happy country. lief agencies will be turned Into political enhanced If a coalition with dIsaf- uttered a great truth when they said : JPnu: G

machines to perpetuate the rule of fected Democrats were formed and the "He saved others." But he could not
ticket shared with them. himself and others because God's .
Needless to say, If enough Ameri- state and local politicians. save
"The country is facing as great a to save others by giving
can money pours In to make it worth 2. The tendency, "all too prevalentIn plan
crisis as It faced In the Civil war, himself. ,
while the Intelligent British will finda this 'congress, to engage In muck
way to tax it. raking, marauding expeditions which be said. "This involves, the very char- b. The soldiers reviled him for f

destroy the liberty of all of the peo- acter of the government of the United claiming to be a king. The title "Kingof Apply New De Luxe Dr. Scholl'a

Germany has proved the "48-hours- ple while they seek to restrain the States. The question Is, 'Are the government -' the Jews" had been placed over him Zino-pads on any sensitive spots

from-Europe-to-America" possibility abuses of a few. These orgies of pub and the institutions of the in Irony. But It was preeminentlytrue caused by shoe pressure or friction and
you'll have instant relief.They stop painof
with America looking on. lic castigation may be means of i United ,States to remain American'or for by right of the Davldic cov- corns, callouses and bunions; prevent
furthering, individual political ambitions I become European or Asiatic?* enant, he shall one day be king over sore toes,blisters;ease tight shoes. Flesh
Now England It rushing color,waterproof; don't come off in the
prepara- they may be build-ups for those "This crisis is so great that it should Israel (II Sam. 7:8-16). Through his bath; economical. Sold everywhere.
tions for I
line of heavier-than-air
a. with Presidential hankerings, but so eliminate all party lines and the Re- death, he came Into the place of Lord-
planes to fly between England and far as the public interest Is concerned publicans should nominate as Vice ship over all who acknowledge him.c. .
America, starting In a few months F RlJ
they are simply sound and fury." President a Democrat. I suggest that The impenitent malefactor (v.
and the French, similar
preparing a
3. The tendency "of those In they nominate Alfred E. Smith." 39). This brutal man joined in reviling -
line are negotiating for a halfway
charge of the New Deal to overemphasize the Savior, even though he hIm-
harbor at the Azores. The southern
adherence to the belief in the ROOSEVELT starts on self was under condemnation.
route was said to be the wisest PRESIDENT t
by philosophy of, the movement and to' Arkansas, Texas and Indiana 4. The penitent malefactor(vv. 30c40c65c Bottles

Lindbergh, shortly after his great minimize, the Importance of competent on June 8, and he told the correspondents 40-43). EVEN tP,,

flight., technical administration." It would not be a politicaLtour. The conscious sinner who discernedthe REMOVESCUMGREAS '

Doctor Moley defended capitalism His speeches, he said, would be heart of the Savior prayed for FROM CLOTHES ALL DRUGGISTS
are and declared that already there has beena historical, dealing with early days In 'mercy. The salvation of this penitentman
puzzled by the situation in Europe, wide distribution of wealth in this the 'three states. He has no slightest is a remarkable picture of the

, and General Mordacq, close associateof country, and warned the average man intention of stealing the show from the saving power of Christ. The man con- 254i
ClemeL1 eau in the discussesthe IOC'
war, that he eventually must pay the mount- Republican national convention.Mr. fessed his sin as against God and criedto
question "What would
ing bills for relief-that he Is the "mis- Roosevelt planned this trip some Jesus for salvation. He saw that
do If he could come back?"
'sionary being fattened for a cannibalistic time ago so that he might take a cruise the dying man was the forgiving God.
France feels the need of "a man witha feast. along the Maine coast line late in June His salvation was immediate. Christ i 4

list," un homme a polgne, and with his sons.ARABS said : "Today shalt thou be with me In
Clemenceau was that kind. FIVE Justices of the United States paradise." For Biliousness;Sour Stomach;

Concerning that fine old fighter from court held invalid the municipal of Palestine, rebelling V. The Death of Christ (vv. 44-46). Flatulence; Nausea and Sick
the Veudee, it Is safe to say that If he bankruptcy act of 1934, declar- British protection of' Jew- So shocking was this crime that nature Headache, due to Constipation.iiiillITh'

caiue back he would hasten prepara- ing It to be an unwarranted invasionof ish immigration, are causing Britain a herself threw around the Son of

tions for another war. But he would state sovereignty. Four Justices dIs- lot of trouble. Englisa soldiers fought God a shroud to hide him from the

not have waited until now.A sented, these being Chief Justice real battles with the Arabs in several godless crowd. Darkness was upon the

Hughes and Justices Stone, Brandeis l localities, and Jews throughout the land at noonday. When the price of

new comet now approaching us, and Cardozo. The majority opinionwas lloly Land were arming themselves In sin was paid he cried with a loud .

tlisrincTt-d by and named for L. C. Pelt written by Justice James' C. Mc- self-defense. Casualties In the fight- voice, showing that he still had vitAlity. STOPS ITCHING OR MONEY BACK]

;'/:, amateur; astronomer, who works Ueynolds. The case was brought by Ing were few, but the situation was so that his death was not through ea-: Get; Tetterlna and get instant relief from
in a garage, will be the first comet bondholders of a water Improvement serious that Sir Arthur Wauchope. Brit. haustlon but by his sovereign will. any skin itching. 60c at all drug stores

visible to the naked eye since 1927. district in Texas. ish high commissioner, asked the government Be died like: no other one In all his or SHUPTRINE rant postpaid CO..Dept.3.Savann3h.Ga.THE on receipt of price. ,

Kin& Features WNU Service.Syndicate. Ino. The municipal bankruptcy act was for more troops. tory. He gave up the ghost, that It.

dismissed his snlrlt., .



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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, Friday, June 12, 1936


Happiness Is Inexpensive Foreign Words
Peace of Mind
Savages really have ,the most unalloyed and Phrases '"**

happiness. Unlike the civilized -

WE NEVER get peace of mind they don't care how cheap their
we give "a piece of Ad ,valorem. (L,) According to the
strings ,of beads are.
our mind." Pieces of, mind are value, as certain customs duties.
usually thrown off in a state of lie must be a pretty good sort of Ab origine. (L.) From the origin.

d J A < anger or excitement. At ,such man who has accomplished half the Bon gre, mal gre. (F.) With good

r&AI times we say things that we are things he intended to do. grace or with ill grace; willy-nilly.

sorry for afterwards. We wish Most of us are addicted to the Ars longa, vita lirevis. ,(L.) Art Is
Ii that we might recall the ,harsh habit of passing the buck. The man long, life Is short.

and bitter words that were spoken: who misses his aim In life Is apt to C'est une autre chose. (F.) ThatIs

But they are gone forever. We demand a larger target. a different affair. '

know that they have made their Most Painful Del gratia. (L.) By the grace of
impression and that a heart has Pretense

been wounded. Peace of mind is Poverty Is not so painful as pre- God.En ,
passant. (F.) In passing; by
the result of self-control. tense. When we have what is want- the way.Exeunt. '

' ed to make us comfortable, all the
We ''hand folks over to God's rest 'is vanity, excess and envy. omnes. (L.) All go out
Fete champetre. (F. :An openair'or
,, mercy, and show none ourselves. Children have such good f health, no '
, rural festival.Profanum .
: George Eliot.SczyA wonder It is hard to control them. '
.f vulgus. (L.) The profane
' Be glad that they are, vigorous, any .
,/ r way.

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Take Your ChanceMake Bleak Shetland Islands Are
the most of yourself. Don't
Important Fishing Centers
wait for some other fellow to make
the most of you. i
: W The Shetlands, noted chiefly for
One's brother will not be sentimental -
' LwC their ponies and handknitted shawls,

to one as his brother, but he are also known to the rest Britain
Aspire to Humility will around with
usually come his' as important fishing centers. Thou-

Aspiring to nothing but humility, pocketbook when you need it. sands of' tons of herring, besides

I the wise man will make It the heightof All the success""Achieved in creative large cargoes of codfish, haddock,

I his ambition to be unambitious.As work Is earned and hardly and whale oil, are exported an-

he cannot effect all that he earned. nually.

e IiFFo wishes, he will only wish for that When your motto is, "Do It, now," I There are more than 100 islands

which he can effect. what delight there is In occasionally I in the group, but only about a thirdof

Best after dinner speech at homeis not doing it. them are Inhabited. :Most of them

praise of the dinner. Trouble is the busiest thing In the are rather' bleak and barren. Theylie

Every night count your blessings. world. Half, the people are lookingfor 110 miles north of Scotland and

Every morning count ;yesterday'smistakes it and the other half are tryingto less than twice that distance from

and be careful. dodge It. the coast of Norway.

aw.crra. r r j 52 'rr' < rf. x, Y :y !

I N At the End of an English Sylvan Path. I

Prepared by the National Geographic Society. One of the Partners may ask yon f BUY PROOF OF PERFORMANCE
Washington D. C.-WNU Service.IF strange-sounding questions."Are .
to know the English
ANYONE wants
you prepared to pay dilapida !
r' J countryside, let him go house tions?" '.

hunting. On such a quest he will '
That is disconcerting."But I
discover Nature's cozy-corners that M
I don't want a house that is actually -
casuals never find. They are everywhere "
In a state"of decay. q
'. but, as ingeniously concealed as
The Partner patiently explains that
-: a bird's nest. There may even be a
; sort of damage or breakage must
f: sign which says, "Dangerous narrow any .
restored the tenant. Your bill
r t. But b.; by
road. Enter at our own risk.
'fo dilapidations be only four
:1"; that is just the kind of place to insist may
: shilling, about one dollar, for. a flower,
,: upon penetrating. holder. But It often happens that one
if:.: Enter on foot if you are afraid, but I : Jfft
must assume the dilapidations of the '
yourset..' previous tenant which may include S. 4 --4b1 rrfri'k"

repairs and decorations, importance.So t
/ like tunnels of living green. Earthen
it is a word to excite suspicion-
;, antis of ivy and wild flowers rise ten

;: feet high to be topped by tall trees Hunting a Country House.

r( sprung from the original hedge planted The hunt for the ideal takes on, the : Jrr}

1V...r. a hundred years ago. The road keeps aspect of a tour it is possible to get ,a.i .

'\ you guessing by making such curves about by commodious omnibuses. They

that there is no penetrating the secret set you down on the main roads, where,
a c
01 what lies ahead. local motor cars with drivers can be

All at once a bate. Within, a bit of hired.

woodland, flower-brightened; beyond Gradually you come to know the

that, a sunny garden, moldy mossy districts not too far from London ,

walls, lattice windows, creepers all where certain types of the ideal house AVOID accidents take no chances buy (, \ \ '
abloom and reaching to the roof tiles, have sprung from the soil. It is a
your tires on Proof :of Performance. Make sure that
which toned from dull red to
are gen- requisite ideal English small
and family will be safe! Skidding, blowouts
tle green by two centuries, of soft house that it should look as if It had you your .
and caused than 37,000 accidentslast
; rains and sun. pushed itself up from Nature's laboratory punctures more

Who would not penetrate the woodto of the earth, just as the shrubs, year. Many of these, accidents could have been y

gaze closer-especially when armed flowers, and trees have done. They avoide' 'u1ith"safe tires. "

with a handful of permits from a real are close kin. They all live together in The new Firestone High Speed Tire for 1936 is'b "

estate firm You pass through the bit I harmony and beauty. the safest driving equipment you can buy. Here, is It \\I'I' I I f

of flowered woodland gay with yellow Districts not too far from London your proof: / \ y 1 t

primrose' patches and massed blue contain 'an entrancing variety of old PROOF OF GREATEST NON-SKID SAFETY r ,
bells. But on emerging from the The house of carved
styles. interiorsand
A leading university made 2,350 tire tests and "
screening trees and seeing the open
scrolled gables Is a specialty of
garden lying In the st and the house Kent the thatched roof hides beside found that the new scientifically designed Firestone :
forming a part of it, you gasp and the roads of Hampshire's New Forest; High Speed tread stops a car up to 25% quicker than t =

other tires.PROOF .
halt.This the cottage of light-gray stone makes. J
is the house ol your dreams.A glad the villages of the Cotswolds; and OF GREATEST BLOWOUT PROTECTION

servant appears and explains that the Georgian rather I
or Eighteenth- Every since Firestone developed the Gum-
year, z
th-i house is to-be-let and Is at
your scatter' their
century elegant Dipped Balloon tire Firestone Tires have been on
service; the lease is for sixty-five lines in all parts of the land. Timber the winning cars in the, gruelling blowout test of the T H E MASTERPIECE 1
years Exclamation marks rattle about
and plaster houses almost
" tempt one
i'' in head. You stagger feel Indianapolis 500'Mile Race.
your everywhere with their Tudor charm.
, ing a PROOF OF
You come to one of the richest of

I __ Peculiar Rental Customs. all districts for those who hunt the The new Firestone High Speed Tire for 1936 .

You select another house which you Ideal house when you arrive at the J gives up to 50% longer non-skid

consider a perfect gem, only to be told hills of the Cotswolds. Gradually Its mileage. This is proved by the 'tic IIAf HIGH SPEED TYPE

that it is ,not available for "Instant little stone houses catch you In the fact that the world's largest THE IV

possession." The present tenant has spell of their beauty. They spread transportation companies, such 4.50.21.- S ''8.60

the place for four years longer. themselves beside the road, taking on as Greyhound, to whom safety 'fl:1.- re $t on 55017._...__..._.. 1I.9O
These, and other interesting rental almost human qualities. ,They lift their business 6.0046.13.25
and tire means
customs you may learn in English gables with dignity; they spread their efficiency economy Firestone Tires. STANDARD 60017HD......... 15.90
real-estate offices. Mayfair is full of mullioned windows with frankness. use
This is further proof that they 7.00..17H.D._....... 21.30
fascinating real-estate offices, most of Their symmetry seems ,of the highestart
built. 75017HD._._.....
them seeming like'private homes with yet It is said these lovely houses are the safest tires ever

their open fires, Chippendale chairs, were built by simple artisans. They Why risk an accident FOR TRUCKS .

and bookcase desks. took the warm, light stone of the land, ,when it costs so little to 60020..._......._. $18.85

"Mr. Upperton and Partners" is the and even the roof tiles are made of It. protect lives worth so much? 4.40-21 30x5 TnckTyoe.18.75,

diverting and reticent sign over the Many Enticing Places. Equip your car with new ; 32x6H.D.40.25
door of one of these. Lovely way of Tires :...
You linger long and drift from roadto Firestone High Speed STANDARD TYPE Older Sixes Priced Proportionately Low
expressing it Ij
; Upperton, Stoggs, Chair '
from to farm -Now ?i0rti SIZE PRICE
lane, village 'drInking
Jones is outdone by the dignity of
"and Partners." iu every detail of these houses-the w49'.4'I l 9 4.50-21_ $7.75

Any of these gentlemen can teach Tudor ornament over the leaded win- 4.75-19._ 8.0 AUTO RADIO
the American client dows, the lovely flat arch of the front 5.25-18. 9.75
eager, new uses
door, the beauties of the back of the 5.50-17_ 0.70 -
of English words and phrases In 6.00-17HD %4.30FOR '

real-estate jargon, whether or not house, the flowers and a cunning use .. TRUCKS '':I'I'S
he offers the Ideal ancient house and GJ. shrubs and creepers piling one i0 O ,
S .
/ 95a.aost
mantle garden. And It is here that thrilling beauty upon another againstthe -
30x5...._.. %%..30O"
jcu learn that the rent of unfurnlslwllLa. light-gray stone.In aaast fv
e Proportionately low i
houses is denoted in pounds sterling Sussex and Kent, hunt out the ,

.r while the furnished house smartly deirands old farms and the ancient houses of SENTINEL TYPE COURIER TYPE Designed and constructed by SEAT COVERS "

gUineas-an extra shilling on villages. They have a beauty all their Of good quality A good service- Firestone skilled tire engineers a
each pound. own, with their bricks: turned to pink and construction able tire for first quality tire built of all first grade CUp '
You also learn that company's water and softened brown. Many'have an end and: backed by the owners of email materials, embodying the'many Coup., and Coaches $169
Firestone and '
'", "laid on" merely means that domestic gable of stone fashioned In the grand guarantee. An out car who want exclusive Firestone patented ;
' water flows from taps instead of being curves which fascinatingly recall the standing: value in Its new tire safety at construction features. Its exceptional BRAKE
priceclass. low cost. service these low LINING '
and prices
pumped up from well or cistern. Indeed Walloons who brought with them their quality at BATTERIES ,
one must not visibly shudder to own traditions art when driven to 4.50.21 56.05 4.40-21 $5.08 are made possible world's by large efficient volume 25 30
production in the most $
learn that for JOO years houses have England by religious persecutions. 4.75-19 5.00.19 6.40 6.95 4.50-21 5.6O tire factories. Made in all sizes for 0-p

been occupied by gentry, modern smart Those curvilinear gables have, too, a 5.25-18 7.60 4.75-19 5.92 passenger cars, trucks and buses. Let us labor E ctrl Per Set

people lOng them, who have had no Spanish flavor, a late Renaissancecaper others Proportwnatotytow 30x3C1. 4.33 show you this new Firestone tire today. Exchon9ei

running water, no lights:: except kerosene of free-drawn curves. Fascinating .
lamps, no telephones. Incredible Interiors those Walloon cloth i I I I 'r 1 + I
Without the tireless English servant weavers constructed to make the homes with '
Listen to the Voice of Firestone featuring Richard Crooks or Nelson Eddy-
the English gentry must have diet of their exiles resemble those they had Marj-arct Speaks ;Monday evenings over Nationwide N. B. C.-WEAF Network r
out for lack of comforts. left.


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The Clewiston News nuna.aaMrunanrianaanaManaaToo under"Slot a. machines terrific tax have load.been i I NORGE REFRIGERATORSPHILCO
factured in large numbers manu-I RADIOS I i
Late To Classify 4i
; past 30 years and because Furniture and Homo Furnishings Mahogany Dining Suite consist
Published every Friday in Clewiston, large demand for them, millions have I ing of dining table, buffet and
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, By CJussell Kay been made. Household FurnishingsInc. four chairs.

Inc. "Recently several states have con-
12m..a..m.1 .......nitN Inquire at U. S. Engineer ware-
ceived the idea of deriving just
house, Clewiston, or Capt. R.
their enue in taxation from this: source.
Well, unless they change BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA, Selee.
Keathley Bowden, Editor mind durin' this week, It looks like I It undoubtedly would be well for
Mr. Petteway won the first go-'round citizens to consider the feasnbility of
which only goes to prove that "Vir- other sources of tax revenue before

tue is always rewarded." giving up slot machines which have II.N:N:N:N:M:N:N:11:N:- Entered as second class mail mat- both lucrative ;1
But unless they hurry up and de- proved and practicalfor _
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post cide about the second man it will be intelligent taxation purposes." .+ XV

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under too late for the second primary. We The circular suggests "some iI >

the Act of March 3, 1897. J better quit foolin' 'round and turn strong interest" actuated lenders in I

the job of countin' votes over to the petitioning for a referendum and .

Literary Digest and let somebody adds: II :|;: TO THE VOTERS OF ::|!::
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. count that knows how. "Imvestigation by the public as to .

Advertising rates on application. If both Mr. Cone and Mr. Hodges! the real reason which actuated the i | HENDRY COUNTYV v I
::.. :-
ain't dead of heart failure before leader or leaders in this anti-slot-: I .:;.

I the thing is over, it'll surprise me. machine movement would probably: I I
Devoted to the advancement and Talk about tortue! Why the Spanish I prove intensely interesting." '

welfare of Olewiston and HenJrj Inquisition didn't have a thing on The experience of prohibition'I l:: I wish -3

County. what a Florida gubernatorial candi- should cause taxpayers and citizensto J: to express- my sincere appreciation ..*:..

date has to go through. Personally, realize the futility of casting'aside
:$;: for the vote and in *
I'd rather work for a living. ragulation and taxation which paves support given. me
If vou're going on vacation before But there's one thing the election the way for bootleg operation and jjf jt

the second primary go by LaBelleand proved: the public is all fed up on the corruption of public officials. I: the Primary June 2nd, and shall continue :$:

vote at Judge Rider's office be- blah, bull, baloney and apple sauce.

fore leaving.It Not one single candidate :who triedto .:S: to give you the best service possible at all :$!

win the voters' favor by malign- Airy About It ':'' -. .t.

took a long time to decide but ing the other fellow got anywhere.In 'hfsJfujts me down to the ground," y: times. ??
it looks' now as though Fred P. Coneof the late vote-fishin' contest ev-
sala the/.parnchute/;; jumper as !he cam k ?
Lake City will fight it out with ery known bait and a number of 'em fortilly desrenrlPd.] Boston Tran ..
W. Raleigh Petteway of Tampa for' nobody ever heard of before were script. ?

the Governorship of Florida. I' dangled before the voters and the :?;: :. >:<. FRANK DOUGHERTY :?_:
only thing the Sovereign Fish was : .'.',,:
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Next Tuesday or Wednesday Clew- interested in was honesty, ability and .. ?
iston veterans will begin to get their record of past performance. A LIFE _POLICY: for as s:,' xN '

bonus bonds. This is the only time Maybe some day these candidateswill t
we've ever been able to wish that we learn that it's wiser to run FORan ,Little as $1 per Monthas ..y ?
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had spent & little time in the service. office than against an OFFICER, quoted PAYS UP JO. .::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:-:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:..:-:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:.:..:...r'i' :..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:::
and by :this time it must be equally
Plenty of rain here and elsewhere evident that plain every day horse- I'" $1,000.00 n

in South Florida. Georgia and other sense will get you further than ho- Policy Mailed for tree Inspection. N:..:N. N N:N:N:N:N N N:N N:.i N:N:.:N:N:N:N:N N N N:N:N:N:N:M:N:-.:N:N:+:.:N:..:N:N:NIH:NNIN:N:N:NNN.:..

states just to the north of us not cus-pocus and clowning.As No Medical Examination.THE V :

getting moisture enough to sprout the matter stands now there is STANDARD 'MUTUAL BEN V. ty
cotton seeds. Seems unfair that we a mess of votes outstanding that EFIT without CORPORATION medical examination is offering to :

can't divide. must be swung this way or that and ;men and women up to the age of ;
65, a .remarkable new, low cost
while Mr.. Petteway has the edge he'sa LIFE POLICY, providing up toIOOO.OO
Better drainage in Clewiston this long way from bein' elected. $ for natural death and up =yi i: TO THE VOTERS OF DISTRICT NO. 1 ::
to 1000.00 for accidental death,
is the object of the Clewis-
summer Either Hodges or Cone will run as specified. This policy costs as y V
ton Drainage District in cleaning and him a sweet race, for they are both I little as $1.00 a month.- Benefitsare .V. y,.
the townsite ditches. Andit based on the age. This policy
deepening strong men, hard fighters and finan-
; form has been APPROVED by the
should have a demoralizing effect cially able to carry on a forceful ; Florida Insurance Department and I. ;:!: I take this means of expressing ::
has complied with all the laws my
on the mosquito crop. governing ,
campaign. There will be an effort, companies of this character I v*
no doubt, on the part of this or that i havinp; its GUARANTEE RE- sincere appreciation of the nice vote given :_:
The last lettings on tie Calo sa- defeated candidate to throw his alleged SERVE FUND on deposit with the I A
State of Florida for the protection ?
hatchee-Okcechobee Flood Control support to one ,or the otherof of its policy holders. .. t 2 for Constable this _
of :
I jj me on June district. *
project next Tuesday. That is as the the men in the run-off, but It sel- SEND NO MONEY. .* Jj)

project was originally contemplated. dom can be done. Caldwell tried it NO AGENT WILL CAL '
There will probably be others before four years ago and it didn't help him :|: Although defeated by a narrow margin I =:
I Just send a postcard with your
the work is completed.H.
or the man he supported to any name, age and name of beneficiary -
great degree. The hundred and fifty and a Policy, completely made :_: am nevertheless grateful for the support :=:: ,4i
A. Bestor discovered last week out, will be sent you for free in ;
thousand odd voters who rode los-
spection. If, after studying it in'the
that his car is not amphibious but ing horses will probably do their quiet of your home.you desireto of my friends. :.:
keep it send only $1.00 to apply \
is himself
congratulating a
on very own pickin' for the next race. for its restoration which includes
narrow escape from drowning in the But the outcome of the first primary practically 30 days protection if t
accepted. If not satisfactory, .
readside canal between Clewistonand you
was a terrible blow to the po- owe nothing. ?
Palm Beach that has claimed too litical prognosticators. It just natur- Offer limited Write today +. GRATTON' GEORGE. .:'

many lives already. ally made 'em look like a flock of Can use a Representative ': '". ':'

monkeys (me included-but the 1 in your Territory ** < : ..
Anyway the election officials won't guy who took the worst rap as far :The STANDARD MUTUAl i_ i : ._i.
have such a hard time counting the the BENEFIT CORPORATION .
as governor's race was concerned I
votes on June 23d. Only eight or I is Mr. Tracey, the lad who term- 821 Graham Building / X t. '_

ten names on the Hendry county bal- : ed himself the state's ONLY political Jacksonville Florida I:.:N N:N N:N N:N N N:N:N:11 N N N N N:N N:N:N.1:.:N 11:.:N N:N+:N:N:N:N:N N:N N:N N N H N:N:N:N:N N:N:N:.
lots for
the second primary, many prognosticator and who claimed he'd
officials getting through without the -- .
never made a mistake. It was a dirty -----
necessity of making a second race. trick for the voters to let him down

that way.

The Republicans will have to be Well, I don't know about the rest

given credit for getting rid of the of the boys, but I'm tellin' you right

main business of the Convention in now that the, next guy who steps tIp SAVINGS SAFETY DIVIDENDS
record time, with Landon nominatedfor to me and asks "who's gonna be the

President and Knox for Vice- next governor?" is gonna get a good

President on the first ballot. We healthy biff on the nose.

thought they'd drag it out awhile The only consolation I've got is

and get all the enjoyment possibleout that I clicked 'em just about 100% .
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of the contest while they can. It in all other races, but that don't en- ,. Record of Dividends ofClewiston I l'f
won't be much fun for them when title me to much credit, seein' they : : :.' : .I'l'. ." .
,. .. ,' '. Home Associationwr
the votes ; : : }; :"( ;" <
are counted in November.A were such sure things. : r

The only trouble with politics is it .

WORTHY UNDERTAKING just naturally gets a fellow away KATE
behind with his fishin' and as soon .
The Clewiston Kiwanis Club has as this cockeyed second primary is YEAR PERCENT YEAR PERCENT
C )
decided to push the building of I'm fixin' I. '
a over to find me a nice lit- 1928 5.5 1933 6
new road around the lake rim to tle hide-out somewhere, not too far

Belle Glade as its main project during -- From a lake or stream, where the fish .d' 1929 7 1934 6.

the coming year and already have been, neglected.I'll .
: >- 1930, 4 1935 6
steps hare been taken to interest put on a nice shiny plug and < _'. .

I other towns in the movement, especially toss it out alongside a lilly pad and '. J ...'.'. ..;.f'.:".;. ..:. (..'..'. .\ 1 1931 1 .- 4 1 1936 6. -,' ..
West Palm Beach which will let the rest of the crazy world goby J- '.."1.,.' .- '" wr ,
i benefit most by its construction.A If you happen to know where an ': '';:' : ; ; 1932 : 6 '

more worthy undertaking could old timer lives, with a reputationfor : 1t't: : :

not have been decided upon for the line and rod smashin', let me "\ ";

condition of this road is little short know and I'll do my best to tend to ., .. .. <;
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of disgraceful at this time. We be- him. ',': : ,';-: -r. CALL BY THE HOMEBUILDING
'I lieve that a traffic census taken on Yours for FASTER and FUNNIERvote

this road during the vegetable sea- countin'brought - < OFFICE FIRST

r son would show that it carries near- --- Invest your savings for safety and a good THING TOMORROW AND
ly as much heavy traffic as any roadin
return. Home Building has paid
the state. It is too narrow for a spirited counter attack never TALK THINGS OVER.

safety at best under present traffic this week from operators who thru dividends of less than 4 percent per year. -

K. conditions andd it now shows the re- the use of page advertisements in ,
In these of reduced interest
:suIts of heavy traffic by being so newspapers:; and through the mediumof days on savings -

rough as to make travel most dan- circulars distributed at most accounts and reduced returns on other

gerous.If points where machines are located, forms of investment Home offers I .
the Kiwanians do nothing more attempted to give the public the oth- Building ( .:y.

p,' than focus- attention on this road er side of the story.In the conservative, thrifty investor the investment '

and its great need and the great their appeal, the owners and
best suited his needs. Investigate
l: number of accidents that have taken operators ask the question: "Who to

i place on it their work will not have wants Illegal Slot Machines?" and Clewiston Home Building Association

been in vain for public opinion will claim the repeal of the state law permitting -
demand that no more lives be sacrificed them ,would cause an increase ;' whether you intend investing as CLEWISTONHOME I

: i in taxes and injure many res- little as 5.00 per month or as much as
idents of the state who profit by BUILDING
f SLOT MACHINE ATTACK their use. $1,000.00 In a lump sum, you'll find a

BRINGS COUNTER: ATTACK "If slot machines are made illeg-' Home Building program adapted to yourrequirements. ASSOCIATION

al", reads the circular, "it will be PHONES 1021031'HE

Tampa, June 11 (FNS).-Activity I necessary for state, county and city .

,-. of the Tampa and St. Petersburg governments to take immediate
Junior Chambers of Commerce in I I steps to put extra taxes on citizens
their drive against the slot-machine and taxpayers already staggering I .
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':":":":":":..:":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":+1" Mr. and Mrs. Foy: Durrence and I Mr. and Mrs T. E. Miller left Sat- Louise Roberts who Is to be married. I I J. E. Beardsley has been confined :?;t

;: Misses Billie and June Hooker visited urday to go to Live Oak and Jack-, Mrs. Roy Stapler and her baby I to his home for several days '
e; :_: Personal Mention :;:. in West Palm Beach with Mr. sonville where they, will make a i son, Gene are spending the week in.. by a back injury sustained while doing j
._ .?:, and Mrs. J. \\'. Bradley over the month's visit with their children. Wauchula with Mr. Stapler. some work on the farm. :
.:..:..:.:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:., week-end. Miss June Hooker re- Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bussell and '"1

S. W. Houser was a business visitor mained there for a short visit. their grand-daughter Andre and Mr. -- i iI

in Miami Friday. and Mrs. Quintin Bussell and their "
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley Mr. daughter Shirley, of Lakeport mo-' Dr. A. J. I
Miss Janice Wynn is visiting in I and :Mrs. B. J. Schroeder Mr. and tored to Alva Sunday afternoon i LittleOsteopath ">Ve Need ENGLISH In :

Boca Grande this week. Mrs C. R. Cruze Miss Marjorie where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Our
Hood and E. E. Kelly and Mr. and Homer Bussell. 1

Mr. and :Mrs. I. M. Pafford and Mrs. J. B. Miller of Canal Point spent Miss Lucille Hampton left Sundayby Lake Harbor Phone No. 1
children spent Friday in Miami. Sunday fishing at Jensen on the East train for Tallahassee where she : 3.i
Coast. will attend summer school at the .

Keathley Bowden spent several state college. J
days this week in Clearwater. Mrs. H. A. Bestor and Judson :Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe N. Miller 1 1I
I MershonAGENT
Francis left Thursday for a visit visited in Clewiston Monday.Mrs. .
Larry Knapp spent the week-end in St. Paul Minn. They will be joinedin I Berton Poor and Miss Josephine : :

with friends Fort Myers and Iona. Gainesville by Richard Bestor who I Poor left Sunday to motor to. \ ; o
--- has been attending Florida Univer- their home in Jouesville, Mich. ,'
Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn of Canal sity and in Atlanta by George Bestor Mr. and Mrs Glenn Magill of New York Life

Point visited Mrs. Keathley Bowden who has been in Georgia Tech. Gainesville, visited in LaBelle Monday -' Jc
Sunday. night with Mr. Magill's mother
n Insurance
STORK VISITSMr. Mrs. May Magill. CompanyARCADIA 4c 4

Roscoe Miller made a business tripto Vote For ',
Mrs. W. C. Prewitt left Thursday FLORIDA
'" and Mrs. R. H. Knight an- Fort Myers Monday
, for a short visit with her mother in
Fort ,Meade. nounce the birth of a son on Tuesday Mrs. Ramon Bylaska returned 1 COLIN ENGLISH '
June 9. Thursday to her home in Fort My I ,
J. M. COUSECounselor I ,
ers after a visit with her parents for
Carawan Nelson of Jacksonvillehas
Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Nebiker Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Yeomans at their I !f :
been here for several days this
former Clewiston residents an- home here. and Attorney at Law Superintendent of
week on business. .
nounce the birth of an eight pound jMr. and Mrs. Joe Miller made a I '
Public Instruction
baby boy at their home in East Port trip to Fort Myers Tuesday. Hopkins Building J ,:

Mrs. F. H. Maxwell of Miami ar- Maine where Mr. Nebiker was trans- Miss Beuna Carson of Immokalee I Wednesdays and Saturdays Trained, Experienced CnpI' -
rived Saturday for a visit with Mr. ferred last year on the Passama- is visiting in LaBelle as the guest of able-a Native of Florida
e and Mrs. G. E. Etherton. quoddy project by the U. S. Engi- her cousin Miss Katherine Curry. I 9:30 to 4:00 I', .

neers. Among those who are attend the '- .. _
Mrs. H. O. Peters and .daughter, Church of God camp meeting at -
LaDeen returned Monday from a BENEFIT, TlRIDGE HELD BY Wimauma are Mrs. Blanch Bronson ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :":":'
month's visit in Halstead Kansas.Mr. LADIES AT CLEWISTOX Rev. and Mrs. Morris Wiggins Mrs. ::' II ':'
Burke, Miss Vernice 'Wiggins Mrs. 'y' 'I''
and Mrs. Keathley Bowden The Ladies Aid Society held a ben- Ernest Davidson and children 1\11'.1 Y: !

were business visitors in West Palm efit bridge and monopoly party at !and Mrs. Frank O'Bannon and their i iI y yi

Beach Friday of last week. the Clewiston Inn last Tuesday after- I two sons Mavis and Pat, and Mr. II :i: FRIENDS, NEIGHBORS !:;:
noon. Mrs. E. C. Mills was chairman ]; and Mrs. Paul O'Bannon and child- .
-- of the ,committee in charge of ar- :; :;: AND VOTERS : !::
Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. Joe Cato ren.E. '.'
rangements. E. Edwards returned Saturday
and Miss Billie Hooker visited in J I I
High score prize, over all, was from Tampa where he underwent an ..
West Palm Beach Wednesday. I
won by Mrs. M. M. Prewitt while j; operation on his eyes. I '.' .

Mrs. C. E. Nail received the prize Mrs. Hoyt McCall :Miss Shirley Words cannot how grateful I *
Mrs. express
G. B.
Rackstraw and
Mrs. for making the lucky cut. High score Blow, and Miss Inez Magill motoredto I I
George A. Yon were visitors in West prize at tables went to Mrs. J. H.
Fort Myers Beach Tuesday night ,
I for the and ;;
Palm Beach am to splendid support
Wednesday.Mr. I you
Pressley Mrs. M. E. Yenawine Mrs.A. where they visited with Mrs. Clyde
Fuller Mrs. W1. F. Mrs.
Simpson Crawford.
and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. Foy Durrence Clyde Maddox of Wauchula wasa :'.i' vote, you gave me on June second, and I .*.
son, Kim left today to spend the Mrs. R. V. Allison. Mrs. B. E. Nail visitor in LaBelle Tuesday. A

week-end visiting in Tampa.Mr. Jr., won the high score prize at mon-I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lawson :: sincerely hope and trust that we as citizens ::

-- opoly. made a trip to Fort Myers Tuesday. ... .'.

and Mrs. R. C. Nowling and Cup cakes and an iced fruit drink Mrs. May Magiil and Mrs. E. L. :: of Hendry County will co-operate one with ::

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nail attended the were served by the committee to: Duvall spent Sunday at Fort Myers', :: .:!:
midnight ,show in Belle Glade this Mrs. WL C. Prewitt Mrs. J. H. Press- Beach.H. the other.
week. ley, Mrs. R. H. Hall Mrs. C. E. Miner A. Rider spent last weekendin ::'. .:..
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Mrs. V. A. Allen Mrs. F. H. Maxwell Tampa. y A

I Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Raines and Mrs. M. E. Yenawine Mrs. B. Miss Beuna Carson and Emory ? ,
: children left this week to spend a J. Schroeder Mrs. O. H. Roberts Curry made a business trip to Fort (I ::: DENNIS SMALL :

1 I'' V, three, week's ,vacation with relatives Mrs. E. C. Mills Mrs. W. F. Simpson Myers Tuesday. I ..
j, in Kentucky. Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. Joe Mrs. Tom Weekley and her small A A

Cato, Mrs. Josephine Knight, Mrs.J. son, Dallas arrived Tuesday to be .:. .:.
E. Beardsley Mrs. C. E. Nail Mrs with Mrs. Emma Weekley while Mrs. y A'i'
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Allen and Mr. .:.
Foy Durrence Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. Ella Carson is being treated at the
and Mrs. Leslie Miller spent Sundayon Leslie Miller Mrs I. M. Pafford Arcadia Hospital. I.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:(..:..*,
a fishing trip to Pine Island
bridge. Mrs. B. E. Herring Mrs. A. Fuller Mrs. M. J. Bush, Mrs. Ramon Hen-

Mrs. A.Mrs.A. Munroe A. Mrs V. C. Woodward derson Carson Mrs. R. N. Miller, Mrs. Ella ':**jHj..J..J..J..J..:..:...*Mj jMtf*:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:,
O. Ward Mrs. R. V. and Mrs. Ralph Hendry mo-
Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Allen y
and Mrs. Allison and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle at the tored to Immokalee Friday where y Ay

Leslie Miller spent Wednesday afternoon bridge tables. Those playing monop- they attended a shower forliss .. .'.

business.Mrs. .In West Palm Beach on oly were Miss Bernice_ Guthrie Miss *_: TO HENDRY COUNTY CITIZENSi +- *

Billie Hooker Mrs. B. E. Nail Jr., y
and Mrs. F. H. Moltz.LaBELLE ::: 'i'

of. Canal W. P. Point Jernigan were and the son guests, Billie :!: I take this opportunity of thanking you :i: j"

"\ of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad NEWSMiss .*:. people for your vote and support in the :;:: : ,,

Thursday. -- Shirley-Blow. of Miami is FLORIDA i I ;:!;;: primary election on June 2. :;: --

Carl Johnson Rufus L. Smith andL. visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs.J. I y 'l. ,';,
Sarasota. E. Titus spent the week-end in M. Blow. :'t';: :, "',\: : _:'1 R. C. MADDOX. ::!:: ::
visiting' relatives' and Mr. and Mrs. Quintin Bussell and .

... friends. their daughter Shirley of Lake- vI .
visitors in LaBelle Sun- m :i: :: <"

F. M. Sathre expects to leave next day port with were Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bussell. "W Q1; I .........................................................................................................,..........................................................................................................:.

week for Chicago where he will takea Lewis Evans was taken to the Lee I I
course at Northwestern Univer- Memorial Hospital Sunday night. 'I I (;Qll

sity's summer school. Edward Bronson visited from ....................N..NNI.. .. :.....NNI.. .....N..................................................N..NNNNNNNNNNNN.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....M.NNN. .N...
. Thursday to Sunday at the Churchof I -
Fr. F. J. Finnegan of Melbourneand God Camp meeting at Wimauma. !I .:. 'i'v
formerly pastor of St. Margaret's Honoring their twelfth wedding I v
_ church here visited friends here this 'I anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Louis O. lj v I v

week for several days. Gravely gave a reception at their ii i

home last Friday night., They received lIt CLEWISTON 60LF !! "'
Mrs. M. E. Yenawine and daughter many attractive and useful gifts.I

; Jean and Mrs. Keathley Bowdenand Their home was beautifully decorated 1
sons, Kay, and Paul are spend- with flowers. Refreshments of 1

ing today in West Palm Beach punch sandwiches and cookies were I COURSE i i iI idf

served the guests by Miss Nellie
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Morgan of Weaver Miss Carrie Eunice Rider

Jacksonville are visiting this week and Miss Carmilla Doub to: Mrs. E. : I
Stop at the i _
with Mrs. Morgan's mother Mrs. J. E. Edwards Mr. and Mrs. Glancy O.
E. Johnson and Mr. Johnson. Wallace Mrs. Hurd L. Reeves, Rev. -- i ::
jiotdPotciela y ; y
and Mrs. C. W. Alford Mr. and Mrs.R. .
Mrs. J. F. Tippey Mrs. Z. G. Meredith N. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Frank :;: : :;: <

Mrs. A. A. Munroe and Miss Dougherty, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. i I .;. ,. I' .;. ..,
Eunice Meredith were in Fort My- Blount, H. A. Rider Mr. and Mrs. :;: :;:
ers Wednesday on business.S. Joe Dougherty Mrs. Hoyt H. Mc- :1 I

Call Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Rogers, Outside Hooms'ith
I.W. Houser L. M. Tomlinsonand and Mrs. Sam Saunook, ;\11': and Mrs.1\11',1 Private Bath i Open to the Public ] I: ...
M. Pafford are among those Wkxtt Lawler of Fort Myers Mr. and

from the U. S. Engineer office in Mrs. G. A. Hill, Mrs F. D. Doub, I COOL, CLEAN QUIET .'. .'. \.
Miami today to take a Civil Service Miss Laura Doub and Hurd Lee .:. .:', : "
examination. Reeves. Overlooking Biscaj no Bay '

-- :Miss Dorothea Warmack and Miss Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and f x:
Miss Ruth Knight left Thursday Nellie Weaver visited in Fort My- '.' ''
& for a visit of several weeks in Miami ers last Friday. Business Section. ... '::" '

with Mrs. H. E. Parnell and in Miami Miss Edith Magill and Mrs. Frank, f i = +:
Beach with Miss RATES .. '
Mildred Rider Maglll are visiting at Fort Myers I :
and Miss Mary Peacock. Beach as the guests of Mrs. Clyde -1. .s.y1. .

Crawford. $1.50 Single :: Moderate Green Fees : :\f'f
Mr. and Mrs I
Rich left Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waldron and t"
this morning for a month's vacation. family motored to Arcadia Saturday $2.50 Double ;_!;: Exceptional Fairways !
They expect to visit Mr. Rich's par- where they visited with Mr. and 'I

ents at Jacksonville Beach and Mrs. Mrs. HughValdron.. Special Family, Weekly & :: Interesting Greens :'C f ..1<
Rich's relatives in Charleston S. C., Miss Josephine Roberts Miss Monthly Hates I I .t. ... :
and will spend some time at Franklin Mildred Roberts of Immokalee, were I y:
N. C. They went by Miami today visitors of Miss Edna Moon Sunday. S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor I ;.. .

civil where service Mr. Rich examination took a competitive Miss on their Josephine way to and Lakeland.1\Iiss'Louise were I II'......* .....**'ijw.*...*Mj...*..j...*.......**......*...* .*

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS. Friday, June 12, 1936STORM

Tomorrow a New Day
4 .i)

F INISII every day, and be done
with it. You' have done what

MUSIC :you could. Some blunders and

absurdities no doubt crept In ; for-

get them as soon as you can. Tomorrow

is a new day ; begin it

well and serenely, and with too

By DORNFORD YATES high a spirit to :be :'um ed with

your old nonsense. Today Is all

that Is gdod and fair. It is too
Copyright by :MInton, Balch& Co. "WNTT Service.
dear, with its hopes and invitations -

.. to waste moment
"II E! ----- '" a on the
CHAPTER XIContinued21 sleeping now : and tuen In a twinklingthe now. But 1 thought you might wun- and 1 hear-as 1 shall hear to my dyIng -
earth had opened, the brook had der where I was. What a escape! Fancya
day-the deadly voice of Pharaoh
mad dog like that ranging about Courage Is a virtue of no doubtful -
"So you see that cup will] make a played storm music and. seaking whom he might devower. I behind the Joor: I see him enter the seeming ; there can be no

most appropriate gift. But I'm so "To think," said Helena "that 1 tell you 1 hadn't a chance. He just room with Valentine's hand upon' his contradiction, no diversity of
treated as a child." leeped upon me nashlng their fangs. I sl.oulder I hear him
afraid that your cousin may refuse to you can see It now. ant whistling for opinion about it.-lli hter. '
"The truth Is," said I, "we're both Sabre with heart In mouth I i
accept It that, before J ask him to do Your loving brother. my my :
so, I want to have It engraved wIth children : and children hate to be treat VALENTINE. hear the Carlotta coming with the
his crest. And that's where you can ed as children, you know. S.What about rush of a mighty wind, and I hear
1 rather
FanlngY hope
help me. I must have something of Helena lifted her head, to survey the' he's gone. If not perhaps you could the cough of the Rolls as her engine Uncle Sam's Printing Bill

his that bears his crest, to give to the blue of the sky. The eager Idpk"' In fier fire him out. He swore Spencer was failed: I hear Rush plying Bugle to $38,000,000 for 2% Years

engraver to copy. A cigarette-case or a face would have, made a sick man your evil genie but I thought Spencerhad make my blood run cold, I hear Pha- The government printing bill from
a good eye. Sour grapes, I guess.
flask. Perhaps it's on the backs of his well. 1 suppose you knew what you were raoh bullying Freda, and I see the June 30, 1933, to December 31, 1935! ,
brushes. You see, without that "I wasn't," she said. "I was a wom- doing. flame of the pistol that saved his life: was $38,000,000.

I'n stuck. At the present moment; I an all right. But I thInk-it's all your I seethe. awful'change in my darling'sface Congress is responsible; for only

don't even know what his crest Is." own doing, you know-but I, think, my The reformatio i this letter foreshadowed and I turn to see Pharaoh smil- 16 per cent of the total. Its bill for

I wrinkled my brow> ;' I'"Strangely dear you'll have a child for a wife." was more than we could oelieve, ing behind my back : I smell the frag- that period was, but $0,500,000.) The
but I am bound to record that It
enough, said 1, "it's the rance of the valley that knew no sun: Post Office department ranked sec-
same'as your own-a leopard. But thatdoesn't There Is not much ,more to be told. fairly fulfilled. The shock or the fear and then I .see her stricken and trem- ond with $4,100UOO'and the. Depart-

meanto"What7" My cousin's reception of the truth of death or, perhaps, his curious communion bling In Pharaoh's power, and I hear ment of Agriculture third with

was more than handsome: find I really with that honest and kindly the roar ol our pistols and I see the $.2,100OOO.-Pathfinder Magazine. _

The word flamed.As believe. that Barley would not have fellowship Jf'simple souls wrought In man spent with hatred staring Into

the saying goes, I almost leapt exchanged the knowledge that I had the count an astonishing change of I I my eyes. .' -

out of my skin: and turned to find caused Pharaoh's death for all the I. heart. The weeds that had choked his It is written, Out of the eater came

her staring-tense, wide-eyed and starIng gold that lay In the cellars of Yorick qualities withered and died, and thoughI forth meat. I can only say I have

white ti the lips. or anywhere else. But old Florin's was most apprehensive' of our rela- fcund this saying most tr'ue. The god-

And then I knew I was lost. I had tion, 24 hours' acquaintance had madeus dess Aphrodite rose from the foamof

learned her crest from Pharaoh, and the best of friends.
the sea : but Helena Spencer came
Pharaoh was wrong; and I had repeated His postcript brings me to Pharaoh.Of '. out of the wrath of a tempest that had
the error which Pharaoh had that unconscionable scoundrel 1
smite both.
risen to us Together, sav-
have but little to That the
made. man
say rode out that
ing each other, we frightful -
"I-I thought I stammered. "1 had was .most' swift and daring I cannot storm-the remembrance of which

an Idea-" .rf deny, but I think that his deadly rep- for
Is not ,' our desperately
"The badge of Yorick Is an oak- utation was to him the highwayman'smare. perilous passage, side by side, has
tree." She whispered rather than r Carefully fed and cherished, it )
bound us more closely together than a
spoke. "We've never dlsp ayed the ( was this that carried him Into and the of
sharing any joys.
leopard for more than 200 years." out of engagements without a scratch : [THE END] .

The sibilant accusation struck me but when at last he was standing upon I i Idealism and Action

dumb. w his own feet even I was able to show I Words without actions are the as-
She was round now and was kneel- that, if his'e 'e was quicker, at least Original Incas Capital sassins of Idealism.-Herbert Hoover

In'g'ith; her arms held close to her his spine was 'as brittle as that of another Was Founded 1020 A. D.

breast and her hands to her throat. { man. For all that, he was bold The original Cuzco, capital of the
Her breath was whistling, in her nos- Z
and efficient-and something more. Ill ancient Inca empire, was founded

trils and her eyes seemed' to piercemy served, dogged by misfortune, he nev- I' about 10_0 A. D. on its present site
brain. r ertheless contrived almost to wring a
11,000 feet above sea level at the foot
Helplessly I shrugged my shoulders."I '" victory out of defeat. So far as I know, of a deep valley. Here In the moun-

suppose I must have- he only made one mIstake-and that tains of Peru the Quechua and Aymara

"My God," she breathed, "you were was, to kill young Florin : so far as I Indians who made up the empire l lived'

there." As my eyes went down, she I know, he had but one slice of luck- in a well-advanced !state of civilization
her hands to her head. "My
clapped r and' that Helena tn
was qn binding raising flocks and weaving textiles ;
God !l" she cried. "It was you You, '
find that she had In her hand her engaging in agriculture little terraced -
John, YOU, and not Bugle that ." on '
key. mountain farms that are the won-
I pulled out my note-case and took i The portrait my cousin had painted der of modern engineers ; rearing cities KO( : AND THE THINGS'THAT -

out her master key. will always rank for me as one or the with streets reputed to have been MAKE HOME CANNING RIGHT
As I laid it down by her side- EDGE
greatest triumphs a painter ever paved In silver, and with palaces flash- ARE U.S. ROYAL PEKO
"Sabre killed Bugle, I said. "His } achieved. This is not because he had Ing gold and precious stones ; extend- JAR RUBBERS.
Body's down in the moat. None of them s' I ELSE
rendered beautiful likeness IrCER.NOTHING
i 1 a nor yet Ing their territory untIl-at the time FE:
saw It happen, so I walked into the CAN SEAL FLAVOR
because' he had captured the leaping
the Spaniards arrived four centuries TAINLY IS
Together Saving Each Other, We
castle and took his place. IN SO TIGHT
Rode Out That Frightful Storm. spirit that lived In the lovely flesh ; later, lured by the rumors of Its fabulous -; WORTH DO- THEIR
Helena sat back on her heels, fingerto
but because he had marked, as I had, wealth-the'empire reached from ING HOME
lip. Her eyes were still wide, still simple tribute would have warmed any that the precious eager look was out Ecuador'' to Chile.Presently CANNING MAKE IT CHILD'S
staring: she seemed to be murmuring man's heart. of his subject's face and had paintedit RIGHT
Cuzco, super-Imposed on,,
something! I could not hear. "Sir have done And In from out of grateful
you my duty. memory a the ruins of this ancient capital, has BREAK THE SEAL
"I'm sorry, I, said. "I didn't mean that, by the grace of God ; for I my- heart. the 9rchitectural characteristics of
you to know. self could never have done it so well." Though my life Is secure and happy medieval Spain but a population and

At that a tremor ran through her: It was he who said at once that Bu beyond belief, the events of those terrible culture largely Indian. Its streets, like

,then, with a sudden movement, she gle's body would be found held downy days are cut as in stone upon no others in the world, "are of mixed

flung herself down on her face and > the grill which kept foreign matter my mind. But I would not forget them, descent. Their lower walls are of 'C7

burst Into tears. from passing Into the waste-pipes that If I could : for out of, their wrack and stone cleverly fitted together by the

For a moment I sat hesitant. Then led from the moat. Sure enough, thereit turmoil I won my beautiful wife. Oft- Indians who built, the capital ; their

something snapped within me.I was. Its removal and the subsequentrites en and often I read their grim inscrIp- upper walls, of stucco with wroughtiron

lifted her up and gathered her In were grisly enough : but the four tion and gaze at the riotous pageant balconies and old Moorish 'doorways -

to my arms. of us did the business without any which this calls up. I see that dreadful are the work of the Spaniardswho

With my face pressed tight against help, because, having got so far, it labor down In the sparkling ,dell and despoiled the gold-adorned temples -

hers- seemed a pity that we should explodea Dewdrop finger the paper that I let and palaces and built a new .city : i AL pE:c non

"Don't cry Nell," I said. "I can't theory which YorIck-and Yorick's fall : I tread The Reaping Hook's stairs upon the ruins of the old. Ro LIy STYLE

bear It. And-and please don't send neighbors-had been at such pains to

me away." digest.

"I'm not sending you away," she When my cousin broached the ques-

sobbed. She caught at my coat. "And tion of getting rid of the gold, Helena '

I'll tell you another thing. I'd never made no objection, but only beggedhis STARTING IN NEXT ISSUEA "U',

have let you go" If 'all else had failed, assistance to carry through a trans- (m)
I was going down to the station." action she dared not attempt alone. .... .

I held her off' and. looked Into her This to our great surprise, till we New, Lightning-Fast Serial by UNITED STATES RUBBER COMPANY .

tear-stained face. learned that her solemn trust was now United State Rubber Products,IDC.

"But, Nell just now you-" at an end, because her father had said EDWIN BALMER 1790 Broadway, New Yoit,N.Y, Room 620

"I wanted to know If you loved me. that on her marriage the gold must

I had to be sure of that. But now ." be reinvested or lodged at a bank. And PIEgK.o] JEID> 6IE.

She hid her face in my coat. "Oh, this In due course was done. My cous- DAON

John, my darling, you've made me feel in arranged the affair with a famous Jll1lffiIJEJRS

, so humble, so cheap and-" house and within six weeks, a fort- __ JAR
I stopped her beautiful mouth. night before we were wed. the bullionwas I' DRIVE :
out of the cellar and Helena :
"How d'you think I feel, Nell? How .
d'you think I felt when I stood in that tress of a fortune which was considerably FRU FRUITS-VEGETABLES WANTED!

secret chamber and heard you buying greater than that which her father -' M YOU g In Track and Car Lots. High Market Prices Quick
,Sales.Financial responsibility assures Full daily returns
my safety-the life and health of the laid up. a Lr Ourmarket quotation,*are not exaggerated to
A letter from the Count of YorIck induce thipments. Write or ware for them.
man who'd Just turned you down? m !
A child looked Into my eyes afforded us Infinite pleasure and deserves --., 1 LOS ANGELES TIMES- SCHLEY BROTHERS
to be set out in full:- ', t "A good story, told with allBalmer's "The Dependable Hoius"
"Shall we each other back, usual vigor and 18 East Camden St. BALTIMORE,MD.
John?" Established SO year and tin only Wholesale
Dear Helena: Hair for dialogue, about .. Commission Firm now operating & teparattlocation
,, "Yes.- please, Nell," 1 said quietly. I hope you are very well. 1 am not $ Chicago of the hectic days and sale forest in. Baltimort

With a little sigh ot contentment' she at Yorick because I was bitten by a )( i I I'I before and" after the market }l{
mad dog and a good crash.
Sammarrytone '
slid an arm round my neck. W WANTED: Demonstrators driving older
brought me straight here. 1 would like hi Ir / s cars for :Motor Rejuvenator Cuts gas and
to thank him for that. He saved my In oil fourth Improves performance, speed,
, life, you know. Fancy a mad dog wor- CHICAGO JOURNAL OF pick-up and saves icpalrs. Steady MoneyMaker -
CHAPTER XII I i Repeater. :25c and $1. package. Free
rying me. think I must just have COMMERCE H
Sample. :fo-rroducts Co., Piiiebluir, 3f. C.
gone out for a walk or something and "A timely story Is this one mt
Storm Music. then It just leeped upon me and worriedme '..l'Jf.: of Edwin Balmer's, as up-
Our respective tales had been told and I knew no moar. And this Is I to-date and sparkling asIll" W1'IV T
the only one place that 1 could have :
? T This Is EdwinBalmer's
fresh paint. D 0V
my disaffection forgiven, our grace been saved from going mad. It makes ,
/ be-
A best story, I
had been said and we were now stand- you get not all over. By the way, I'm 1'M
+ 41S
the off liquor. Alcohol, I mean. They makeme : lieve. W: V I I '."BIACKIEAF40"Keeps -
Inj, together at edge of the lawn. heeling drinks here with virtue In }'I{ J.(
We had started to return to the car, them and I fairly lapp them up. And )23 Dogs Away
but now with one consent we had the wound's heeling like a little child. PHILADELPHIA PUBLIC Get EvergreensShrubsetcSfrom .
stopped to look again upon the beau- They say liquor's very dangerous for H r IJ I LEDGER- jt936Use1'Teaspoonful!
I youraicr t
hlderofobea. I nearly died, you know. / "Dragoiis Drive You Is out S De per Gallon of Spray.
which to leave.It .
ty we were :)i{ -
All the wile the good Sammarrytoneswere of the rut. His story Is
seemed so strange that life and taking me to the monnastery. It }Z{ Ii not only moving but valu Ji:!
death and fortune had lain In that was touch and go moar than once. The s II'j' I ablo. Edwin Balmer knowsa ::;:t
madness was In my vanes. It makes: .
two about life
setting June thing or
peaceful awaiting a sweet
y--u go hot. But I'm all right now. m 1JARSTHE
dayspring to leap to their battle stations They say I can get up for a little wileon }I( and love. AND
thence .to dispute the fate of Sunday and look at the flours. I s e e r a 100 SIZE CONTAINS 3'vat

his human beings, not one of whom, hall like that. I see the vannlty of TIMES AS MUCH AS THE 5* SIZE'AJOROlmiM MORE
life now all right. There is a good monk M( You'll Enjoy Every Chapter
till that morning, had so much as suspected here called Father Bernard. Of course
the existence of such a spot.A they are all good, but he is the best. l WATCH FOR THE OPENING INSTALLMENT S
He all Is' vannity and that the
century of dawns and sundowns had
piwtva of the world are void. You know OF THIS DRAMATIC STORY ; W'td SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
found and left It sleeping, as It was there"B a lot In that. Well, I must end ;

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, Friday, June 12, 1936





OUR COMIC SECTIONTHE reJust y ( a I L fe.el.so Flag sorry for tx.

Litt 1 e Alone t.ll upon t. building

( hat twists itself

FEATHERHEADS .4S.Sr ft. Washed Up ... rlillyJWHY t..round its pole
I I ,
'LO, DEAR OH I'VE HAD -:- LOADS OF ROLJBL"E: And never gets i

'fNINCsS How COME 2 atvUl.
n., c"""
t TMEr4 \ HAP A
Griffiths was the father of 12 chll-
dren, and he decided to take them alto
LAUKlDEiVMAKlVJEUL the seaside. They set off reachedthe

station, got their tickets, and were
'i'' J? //7A about to enter the train when the 1Siamese WNU Servic

IIlJl l l proud parent was touched on,the shoul-
l \ der by a policeman.states London Tit Fish Able to Walk,

(VL! Bits. U. S. Scientist Confirms
"What have you been doing?" the ,

constable demanded. t :Most people still refuse to believe

"Me? Why, nothing! 'stammeredthe that fish in Siam can travel over dry

surprised man. land, though for years scientists
1 1r The policeman waved. his' hand towards have been discussing these freaks of

the family. nature. Recently, Dr. II. M. Smith,
\ \J "Then why," he asked, "is. this crowd former assistant commissioner of the-

iyEs I following,you?" United States fisheries, confirmed :

their observations by his own.
e i L1ES CARE/ BuT HALF Once; while In Siam, he watchedan
wH1 anabas "walk" over dry land.
-rHArOOK THE STUFF I SMOULD I wORRy ? The fish covered 300 feet In 30

', ALL THESTAR WASN'T FIMISHED- riAlE.rO minutes. On other occasions, usually -

:':' CM HE BROUGHT IT ijolJ'LL at night, he saw these fish climb

i OUT OF YOU BALK ALL \NRIK1KIEDH ; IRON IT oar ; = steep banks of canals and make their
Y c rd -- > OF- way overland to nearby ponds. They

-BUTFINNEY possess an organ above their gills
which enables them to breathe air.

-C Y

"Merciful Providence! what a nar-

z row escape. When did the savages at-
tack'you?" WITH CAPUDINEHeadache

I "Oh you mean the arrow in my
> ti hat? I stuck it there, they're' all the and
neuralgic, periodic
rage. pains and other nerve pains yield
almost instantly to Capudine. Thisis
,, Good Foundation because Capudine is liquid, and its
ingredients are already dissolvedall -
( {Q. h .The manageress, looking extremely ready to act.

' angry, approached the customer's .table Capudine relieves pain by soothingthe
'"I'm sorry," she said, "that you have tense muscles and nerves. Thatis
it is gentle and effective.It .
why so
found fault with my cakes. The business -
OF THE FORCE *,2aasftL Family Album of this cafe has been built almost druggists.is approved Capudine by physicians contains and no

,...., ""/1.1/ entirely on my cooking." opiates. At all drug stores; 60c, 30c,
--AMD THAT Jr'1 i A ,"Madam," replied{ the customer, ") lOc sizes. (Adv. '
t cs A
l S MY GRANDMOTHER MVVJUZ C AMDMOT1ER see no reason to doubt it. With a few
PICTi- E1 OF FOINE LOOKIts more buns like these you could build
MY MOTHER'SFAMBLY GROOP- a hotel!"-Stray Stories Magazine. Ste
IsHERE P1accQ anywhere. Dnlsy Ply
a Iillkr attracts and kills flies.
Suiting the Word Guaranteed,
\ ? 'S-- convenient mot spa la l-
"Halt: ," yelled the sergeant to a new o walnotsoaorlnlureanything.
AUNT ELSIE- Lnsta all season. 200 at all
I squad of recruits. But one of them ,.r dealers.IIarold Somers, Inc?
r IL 1 ETC- marched on. 15o De Salb Ave.Bklyr4N.Y.t : .

"Here, Jones, what were you doing
before you Joined the army?" yelled

the sergeant.

"A horse driver, sir," replied Jones.
When the squad was marching again t

the sergeant cried:'"Squad halt! Jones, ?
whoa.-Stray Stories Magazine. with backache I

J 47fgiL /// \\ "He won't Too hurt Tempting you,'" Bobbie's mother WHEN suffer kidneys a nagging function badly backache and,; ":tl

I reassured her small son who alwayswas with dizziness, burning, scanty or too ,V
frequent urination and getting up at :'
t\\\\ terror-stricken when a dog ap-
night; when you feel tired, nervous,
proached. all upset use Doan Pills.
'{Is 01 SAW 'lIS-NONE OF 1lj ( VJINERE'way'f "Yes, he will, mother," protested Bob- Doan's are especially for poorly .
bie Millions of boxes ..
'fNIMOO-AN' \ 'cause he knows I'm full of working kidneys
HATS WNUT 4M( LOOKEDfeR', bones.-Capper's Weekly. are used every year. They are recom-, "''
'TIS' HARD TO 01 'NU"2. LO\K'\ eRBOD'I s I mended lice country over. Ask you ',;
aeLtE\JE. -THEYMRS. IJo Sandwich Either .neighbor! <-
1'INKI! Ia-r4E'/ WHERE POES BLlSIN ass"S14E'

wlz SNOoPS''lJuz. ,ALLLooklNL. C ET HAT I tJ '1N'NOSE Customer-I want two small hack- "i
FoLKs- saws, a pound of assorted nails, a nice .
GOOD 1 OF HERS ? A'I60RHooD! oak handle for my hammer, and a pot !

cleaner for my missus. ''titJi':
Clerk-Sorry, my friend, but this Is .,t1
an old-fashioned drug store.-Jackson- WNU-7 21-33 -':J

l yule TimesUnion.Her .

#% I No Need to Suffer j
i ) tiI Best Years
S "How can you talk to me like that," "RflorningSickness"
I she wailed, "after I've given you the
best years of my life?" "Morning sickness"-is caused by an
I rEstate "Yeah?" returned the husband, unimpressed acid condition. To avoid it, acid must ho
by her emotion. "And who offset by alkalis-such as magnesia.

U made 'em the best years of your life?" Why Physicians Recommend

OH, WAITER! Milnesia WafersThese
mint-flavored,candy-like wafers are
pure milk of magnesia in solid form-
I JUST LIKE BUGS Sworn At HALF-WAY the most pleasant way to take it. Each
I wafer is approximately equal to a full adult
"How much old Jackson's
was estate Chewed
dose of liquid milk of magnesia.
sworn at?" HIggs asked a friend r J I] thoroughly, then swallowed, they correct
of the old fellow's family, says Pear- acidity in the mouth and throughout the ,_
son's Weekly. digestive system and insure quick, complete ,
"Quite a lot, so I'm told," he was elimination of the waste matters that ; ,:
informed. cause gas,headaches,bloated feelings and .-

lineally, you surprise me," said a dozen other discomforts. ,
HIggs. "I was' under the impressionthat Milnesia Wafers come in bottles of 20 and : "
48, at 35c and 60c respectively, and in
he left
practically nothing.
convenient tins for your handbag containing ,
"You were right," said the other. J.d r ht 12 at 20c.Each wafer approximately ." '.
"That's why it was sworn at." one adult dose of milk of magnesia. All ',;

Spider-What luck:, those fool bugs good drug stores sell and recommend them. ".
"Mary had a little lamb- .
think my web, Is a hammock. Just That Start using these delicious, effective
what's the rest of the combination
A woman came before a pension anti-acid,gently laxative wafers today -
breakfast? .,
committee and stated that she ,,
Mixed Motivation was
L Professional samples sent to registered
la". "What are you going to do with seeking her "eternity" benefit. physicians or dentists if request is made
your fortune?" "Your what, madam?" Dick-So you let it out! Didn't 1 Working Overtime on professional letterhead.Select Products,. ,:
"Leave It to a college," said Mr. "My 'eternity' benefit," she reaf- tell you it was a secret and, that youmustn't "How's your bungalow? You told me 'Inc..4402 23rd St., Long Island City, N. Y..
It was cooled by woodland breezes In
Dustin Stax. firmed. tell a living soul?
I I 35c & 60c
"To benefit humanity?" "My. dear woman, 'eternity means Ruth-No, you didn't. You only saidit the summer. bottles20c
"Partly for that purpose, and pa'rtlyto your 'hereafter.'Yes .'" was a secret. I "That part was all right, but the : ',
/ sir 'landlord) Is working nature overtime. a '
spite my relations. ; that's what I'm here aft- -:
er."-Painter and Decorator. Not? Now he's trying to heat It solely) with tins
Why "
the sun.
Coercion Greenhorn My baby chicks are all
"Don't you think the world owes youa Private Preserves dying! On and Off

living?" Pluto-What were the two luckiest AdvIsor-What are ;you feeding Tootle-The Uodgsons are certainly
"Yes," replied Plodding Pete. "But fleas that ever lived?
them? putting on the dog these days. T"C 0Rf CTAMI ACI i"
the world is a tough old creditor. I Boss-I give up. Greenhorn-FeedIng them? Why Cornett-Yes; and they are certainly
find I have to hand It a few wallops Pluto-The pair the Ark.
on They nothing. ,I supposed the old hen gaVf putting off a lot of creditors to do it-
with a pick and shovel to convince it." each had a dog.-Out Paper. them all the milk they needed. Pathfinder Magazine. The Original Milk of Magnesia Wafer*: x


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-Cawthon Makes Active STARTS NEXT WEEK 1 I English Winner In erican members Society from of all Mamalogists over the country, whose

Campaign First Time I I 60 of 67 Counties are banded together for work in the \

interest of native wild life, recently

f I passed a resolution endorsing estab-
Colin English, who carried 60 of lishment of the Everglades National
Tallahassee June 9-(Special)- .
Florida's 67 counties, and whose election Park.
W S. Cawthon, state superintendentof
public instruction, said here today as State Superintendent of Their sanction, according to Ern-
Public Instruction on June 23 seems est F. Coe
he had yielded to the insistenceof executive \ice-chairman
friends and will wage an active assured will bring to the state's of the Everglades National Park As-

campaign for the Democratic nomination school administration training, experience sociation, was taken by the society

in the second primary. and ability: which are expected -I at its eighteenth annual meeting in

is an unusual to reflect strongly in increased Philadelphia. Copies of the resolu-
school efficiency. [II tion were forwarded to the Presi-
in view of the fact that;
of news principal ,
and county dent of the Unjted States, the Gov-
held political office
C : ft-thon has a superintendent
he has had varied
without engaging in pol- /fn I I ernor of Florida, various federal
\L i 11 years experience which acquaints him with department heads and executives of
to the office he now
itics. Appointed
all branches of school activity, and the
holds in 1922, Cawthon has remained r G4 p d. / his knowledge of school administration -I ciation. Park Asso-
at his desk in his office here in
was recognized last year whenhe
and out of campaign years without
was invited by the University of
making one campaign speech or IssuIng Florida to direct the summer coursein INDICATIONS, SHOW THAT

one piece of campaign literature. that subject. FLORIDA, WILL "STEAL SHOW"

Even this year, with five entries in
Voters of Florida have been attracted -
the race for1 superintendent, Cawtho to his candidacy strongly by Cleveland, June 11 (FNS).-Every -.

paid his qualification fees and kepton his pledge that he will give frequent indication points to Florida's
working. While sound wagons d A yV tr "stealing the show" at Cleveland'sGreat
reports as to how: the taxpayers'

were blazoning their messages to the money is spent, as well as other information Lakes Exposition, just as she
voters and while the streets of the S 1 I1'I' i which will be of interest did at A Century of Progress In Chi

cities were littered with printed mat- and value. cago. Working day and night on

tCawthon spent no money ande 24 hour shifts, artisans and laborers

.erred no personal effort to retain have been working feverishly to put

In:' position. :His stand is that the eftI ed within one month from the time the Florida Exhibit in shape for the

oplf employ him for a certain joba caught, he said. opening schedule for June 27th.
a it is his duty to stick to that '
First for Officials estimate an attendance of
prize a big Florida bass
1 I
Ji'b. !.
is $75 in sporting goods and other several millions as the Expositionwill Q
Depending solely upon a reputation -
prizes ranging down to $10 worth draw from the thickly populated -
for rugged and devotion to duty.
Cawthon weathered the intensive for ninth prize are offered. In addi- areas of Ohio, New York, Michigan -

tion, a special $10 prize is postedfor Illinois and Canada.
campaign of four opponents and en- I
ters the second primary for the nom- V the boy or girl under 16 years I Il
ination. I I who lands the largest Florida bass. l

Georgia at present holds the] NOTICE
The state superintendent rose II I
i world's record on large mouth bass I
from obscurity by his own efforts In compliance with Section 305,
and obtained an excellent education.He I with a 22 1-2 pounder. Sportsmen I Compiled General Laws of Florida,

is an alumnus of the Universityof think some day Florida anglers will notice is hereby given that the Boardof
regain the record Florida Commissioners
other with a County of Hendry
Florida and has studied at
bass of 25 pounds. County, Florida, has appointed the
leading following election officers for eachof
'a his career as an educator he the Precincts of
Hendry County,
ha flight in schools ranging in size "MISS CLEAR.WATER" TO GO .1 Florida, to hold the Primary Elec-

from one teacher rural units to tb. TO GREAT LAKES: EXPOSITION tion, on June 23, 1936:

le: ling high schools and the uni- DRAGONS Precinct One (1), Cletti&ton:

vei'sity. I Clearwater, June 11 (FNS).-Miss I R. J. Coker, Clerk. .

Cawthou was one of the first to. 'HER6EiT Stella Rae Black, 18 year old Clear- Mrs. Josephine Wright, Mrs. V.
advocate a definite state fund for water brunette, has been chosen A. Allen, A. W. Sias, Inspectors.

the adequate payment of teachers'salaries DRIVEWIM "Miss: Clearwater" in a recent con- Robert George, Special Officer.
Polling Place Clewiston
and he favors complete sepa' test to select a beauty queen to represent : MotorCo.

;'" on of. the school fund from the; this city at the Great Lakes

gf,. ral revenue fund. Exposition in Cleveland, Ohio. Precinct Two ((2), East LaBelle:
Mrs. Nell Haynes Bush, Clerk.
The winner from a of
group more Alice E. Hall, Julian Bussell, W.
Arrested- than 50 girls will accompany ".MissFlorida" O. 'Manley
Negro Inspectors.
SA flM 6m. R COPYRIGHT VY.N.U. SERVICE and eight other Florida M. F. Yeomans, Special Deputy.

I beauties to the Exposition in Sep- Polling Place: Pool Room.

(Continued From Page One) II tember as representatives of the Precinct Three (3)), West LaBelle:

Harlem where ,they soon found the I state at the Florida Exhibit. J. H. Booth, Clerk.

in abandoned house. The comely "Miss Clearwater' Mrs. R. J. Moon, Dillon Hall, Mrs.
negro an Those of you who like a gripping romance well told with I
A search of his clothing disclose* represents the fourth generation of Ella. Burchard, Inspectors.
delineation of character
sharp suspense, sur- II I the oldest pioneer family of Pinel-i Melburn Rudd, Special Officer. ,.,
the an imitation chauffeur'scan .
cap prise and an unexpected ending will find this vital tale of Polling Place: Everett Hotel.
las county and Clearwater. Her
which he had worn during the the mad era before the Crash hard to leave until it is finished. I Precinct Pour (4), Denaud '
Mrs. :
great-grandmother, Margaret
hold-up and a look at his profile,I

which Mr. Moran had been able to Read Every E&eSfiing CSaapfiesr'& This Soxy Rogers, is the oldest living pioneer I L.R. D.M.Baldwin Burchard, Clerk., J. M. Walker,
born in this
., city.
sti the
: iy closely against streetlight -
Frank McClenithan, Inspectors.F. .
during the attempted hold-up, con- as EftUnffolds Seria ly in Tl a is "Zoc'js; apor Miss Black, who was a maid to the B. Ballard, Special Officer.

vi: 'ed him that it was the same ne- queen, of the 1936 Florida Orange Polling Place: Duval Garage.

grrhen he hen Festival, was a prize-winning vocal-
finally Precinct Five (5)), Felda:
->TI. :i'.eJ the other negro who was ist at the Florida State Music Festi-: E. B. Fortson, Clerk.

;.:. 'ed up Sunday. Both are now in !val held in Tampa last year. She is Jim Warnock, J. B. Thomas, A. G.
ico at Punta Rassa to Fort Myers test this summer "are in hopes that .
1 the county jail and will probably be also well known in radio music cir- Carr,. Inspectors.
there is a navigable channel with a Florida will enter a black bass
bound over to the fall term of cir- cles throughout the state, singingfor Perry, Special Officer.
cuit court. controlling depth of 9 1-2 feet, 100 weighing twenty pounds or more," several years over radio stations Polling Place: Thomas Store.

Mr. Moran states that too much feet wide. From Fort Myers to Alva Seth Briggs, fishing editor, declaresin WFLA and WSUN both as a soloist I DAVE ALSTON,

credit cannot be given Mr. Small and there is at present a navigable announcing to Florida sportsmen and member. of a girls' trio. Chairman Board of County
Sl1 eriff channel with a controlling depth of that nine valuable prizes are being Commissioners of Hendry Coun-
DeLaney for their quick I
work in 2 feet, 90 feet wide. From Alva to offered for large Florida black bass, ty, Florida. ,
apprehending the
Moore Haven there is at present no I I caught and entered in Field & ATTEST: '; ''V;'
and it is believed that their arrest ENDORSE EVERGLADES PARK William T. Hull, Clerk. ; -
that I
navigation, due to the fact
v7 V nut an end to a great deal of ( Stream's angling contest before the (SEAL) I;

*' 'Movery and attempted thievery there are three contractors engagedin end of the year. Fish must be enter- Miami, June .11 (FNS-The Am June 12, 1936. V :
dredging the navigation and flood- I
has been too common in Clew-
channel and contractor en-
isj1! et late, they having admittedpa way I -
gaged on the construction of a lock, .
ii'ipation in one or more at- .
at Ortona. :From Moore Haven to
te'Y pts.
Stuart there is at present a naviga-

Fort tion channel with a controlling I IS YOUR CAR SLUGGISH ?

Myers Plans- depth of 8 feet, 50 feet wide. The

controlling width of 50 feet is

through the bjpasses at present .
(Continued from page 1)) .,
Locks 1 and 2 on the St. Lucie can-I
governors this month.Assistancc' al. _

Those attending' the Pledge meeting yesterday "It is expected that by Jan. I, :1937 I F

a navigation channel Will be avail-
were enthusiastic over the
proposition able from the Gulf of Mexico at
and pledged assistance
Punta Rassa to the intracoastal
when time comes to set up an or-
waterway on the east near Stuart,
ganization to
plan and carry out the
through the Caloosahatchee river
opening ceremonies. Mr. Tar-
and canal to Moore Haven, thence
, read
rer a letter from Capt. P. A.
; Feringa of the Jacksonville army across Lake Okeechobee by three
separate routes to the St. Lucie can- GOOD
engineers in
corps which it was predicted (
, that the cross state canal al, thence through the St. Lucie can- ,
r al and river to the intracoastal canal
would be
completed by Jan. 1 with a
minimum of eight feet of water near Stuart* with a controlling depthof

k r available for yachts, cruisers and 8 feet, 50 feet wide, the widthof '

,. barges. 50 feet being governed by the v( >

I; Mr. Tarrer said he had been in locks at Ortona, Moore Haven and ?
t: oth'er the St. Lucie canal. .
correspondence with several
f I( the intracoastal waterway near .,;
cities along the intra-coastal canal, !
! of which the Caloosahatchee-Okee..1 "Between Fort Myers on the west "

and Stuart: on the east, there are ,
chobee canal ;
a part, and that they
1 had promised to cooperate with Fort I I 17 horizontal swing bridges with a 1 ( Distributor I

Myers in staging the "watercade". least horizontal clearance of 50 feet, ,

I. Those who attended the meeting 2 bascule type bridges with a horizontal U

. yesterday were Mr. Tarrer, Mr.I clearance of 60 feet and 1 That Good

,- Lynn, Mr. Franklin vertical lift bridge with a horizontal
Mr. Ireland i -
'}' Mr. Wood Miss Jeffcott clearance of 56 feet and a vertical J <
Harry Fa- j jV !
gan F. Irving Holmes, Carl Hanton, clearance of 52 feet. Each of these Gulf

y. Joe Ansley and Secretary Al C. Wil-I. bridges has an operator on duty at
liams. all times, day or night.Fort My- GasolineUJBi
I ers News-Press.
Captain Feringn" letter to Mr. I

Tairer giving details of the canal, I

when completed, follows : FIELD & STREAM MAGAZINE

s, "Your letter date June 3, 193C(;, i OFFERS NINE BASS PRIZES

requesting data relative to'the Lake

"}- Okeechobee canal, has been received. Orlando, June 4 (CFNSEditors ttiS4 G'SF ASaU9i lCIUrS: UPPER CYLII1DER and VALVES

In this connection you are advised as;II of Field & Stream, sporting C" Ort

. follows: : magazine, who aro conducting their n iEfiSES POWER SAVES VvEAR I

"At present, from the Gulf of Mex- 26th annual national fishing con-



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