The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 19, 1940
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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New Band MarchA TarponDean


contest which has been open King, manager of the Band .

B. Grocery and champion tarpon
for the past two or three weeksto BEGIN ON MONDAYHendry
fisherman of Clewiston, landed his
choose a suitable name for a
second big silver king Sunday morn-

Carl V. Excelsen of Miami wa march written especially for the Senator and Mrs. Charles O. ing in the spillway at the Ortona county voters, who will

United States Sugar CorporationBand Andrews were guest speakers at Locks. The fish weighed 115
be absent from their
hired by the Everglades Drainage precincts on
by the director of the band, the open dinner meeting of the pounds, much larger than the 94-
District commissioners Monday to Kinwanis Club held at the ,Clew- pounder which he landed at the election dayand who are anxious to
Prof. F. G. Sturchio, has been 'con-
serve as their fiscal agent in an attempt i I. iston Inn Wednesday evening, and same place one day last summer.Mr. cast absentee ballots, are advised

to put through a refundingplan tinued for another week and will the audience was equally delighted King left Clewiston about that only two provisions are made '

close next Thursday night, April nine o'clock Sunday morning and
for the district's bonded in- I' with Mrs. Andrews' witty remarks for such a course under Florida

25, at midnight.A on ,the life of a Senator's wife in was back with his prize in a coupleof law '
debtedness. according to County Judge
I is I Washington and the Senator's discussion hours, having, in that time ex-
five dollar cash prize being
According to the instructions of W. T. Maddox.
perienced life-time of
I of Florida's problems and a thrills. His
the board, John Kennedy, new at- awarded by the sugar corporationto
first The first is where
the way in which he was helpingto strike was a fish which was a voter is
torney for the district, had drawnup the the best '
one suggesting name estimated
solve them. to weigh about ninety in his home county not less than
a contract incorporating certain and number of be pounds and he played him
names throughfive
any may chiefly
dealt with three
requirements voted by the, board ata Senator Andrews days and not more than 15
jumps. In rapid succession
submitted.A .
meeting last week. This contract three phases of the state's prob- followed two strikes from a coupleof days prior to the primary. He

was submitted to the board mem- sample of the names which big fellows estimated by by- can obtain from the county judgea

bers last Friday in order that they have already been sent in are the
standers to have ballot
weighed more vote the same, and turnit
familiarize themselves withit following, all of which are contest -
might than the one taken but who threw back to the county judge at
entries and one of them may be
before the meeting Monday.A
the hook on the first jump., Thenon the time.
the winner: March of Sweets, Ever-
motion was made by George I F the fourth strike the fun be- .
gladian March Sugarch, Sweet The second is where the voter is
Chalker and seconded by J. E. a gan and continued for twenty-five
Dixie March, Sugar Bowl March, <, absent from his home county, but
Beardsley that the contract drawnup 3n minutes when Dean and the fish
at some other precinct in the state
Sugar Band on Parade, Everglades
by Kennedy be accepted but bya Sugarland March, etc. both lay exhausted on the bank. on election day. He or she will ,

three to two vote the, contractwas Tackle used was a Shakespeare
: be permitted to vote in the other
turned down on the grounds As the march was written y.Wy
Service reel, a seven-foot bamboo
precinct, in accordance with certain
that it would prevent completionof especially for the sugar corporationband jP :ib.. p I salt water rod and a ninethreadline. laws and regulations. '
it is that the
any refunding. Excelsen submitted probable name The plug was one designedby
chosen will be the which most Judge Maddox said, regarding the
t a. new contract without one I II Mr. King and made for him by
the band and I first method, "Qualified voters who
aptly applies to to
of the provisions previously
many the Creek Chub Bait Company to
i the Industr '. \ are in the county between April 22
specified by the board and ,this I his specifications.
and May 3, inclusive
may applyat
contract, after a few minor alterna- fly y'Z
: a office in the courthouse and
tions were ,made, was the one accepted Whitehair I Ra Holland Assures my
Urges : afl be allowed to vote, provided these
by the board, the minority dY
must be absent from their
members, Chalker and Beardsley Farmers Of Aid persons
of StandardsOf
Raising precinct election
on day, Tuesday
voting against acceptance and Chairman -
I May 7"Vith .
Mark Tennant, Thad Carlton Government In Talk Here I

and H. R. Lyons voting, for it. \ reference to the second /

method, he said, "persons who are
I An effort will now be made by
E the board' to secure some kind'of Francis Whitehair" Deland Spessard L. Holland, Bartow candidate qualified voters and who are absent .

r an extension of the period of ,redemption attorney and one of the leading I for Governor, attractej the from their home precinct on elec- '

of tax certificates. Ac- candidates for Governor spoke in largest crowd yet to hear any of tion day, may vote in any pre-

cording to a recent federal court Clewiston at 1:30 Thursday after- the gubernatorial candidates in cinct in the state by merely report-

order all delinquent certificateswill noon before a nice-sized crowd. He Clewiston and the response :>f the ing at the polling place and taking -
be due and payable July: 1 came here from Moore Haven wherehe crowd to his talk was very goodas the required oath, which in

under the act of 1925. which forceda had 'spoken at 10:30 in the lem: The development of the stateas he pledged continued work:: for brief says, they have not voted, else-

high assessment. | ,morning ,and continued on around an important. part of the naval better schools, a' better system of, where and are now planning on

Some protest to the Excelsenplan .the lake for speaking:! engagements defense program;' the 'sugar* quota old age' insurance and other progressive voting -in any other precinct"

is being voiced by landownersof in Pahokee,' Belle Blade and Okee- and the winter vegetable tariff., Asa ,legislation as" Governor Judge lladdox Bald further, "Such'/fc,

the Everglades, several of whom chobee., member of the naval affairs com- that he' started as state senator absentee 'ballots will be, placed "in-* *

have joined together and retainedJ. ''Russell Kay secretary of the mittee, Senator Andrews describedthe from his home county of Pjlk.:: an envelope, sealed and marked ,',

Mark Wilcox, former congressman Florida Press Association who is army air base being ,constructed Mr. Holland was introduced by with the voter's name, certified to *

of West Palm Beach as their touring the state with Mr. White- in Tampa and the naval basein C. E. Miner and the talk was by the precinct inspectors and

. attorney. Wilcox will meet with hair gave the candidate a splendid Jacksonville. He stated thata made from the'Lake Drug Store: mailed at ''once to the office of

landowners at the city hall in Belle introduction here. construction program is going threatening rain forcing a change the county judge in the voter's

Glade Wednesday to 'discuss the The candidate first stressed the forward rapidly which will make of the original plan to hold the I home county."

Excelsen appointment and it is weakness of Florida's governmentin the United States navy supremein meeting in the Civic Center Park. No provision is made for mailing

considered likely that a representative providing: for service to its peo- the air, on the water and under- Holland declared himself a life- absentee ballots out of the state,

from, the Attorney General's ple, the tremendous increases in neath the water, and that Florida, long champion of agriculture and Judge ,Maddox said.

i office will also be present. state governmental expendituresover because of its strategic location, would continue to consider serving _To vote, in any precinct other

will be used base for defense than the voter's own carries certain
the past few years and the as the producer as one of the prime

Bowling League To fact that the state is still second training.In objectives of state government. requirements. A certificate of

poorest 'among the forty-eight in' discussing the sugar quota, While he did not claim to be able registration signed by the supervisorof

Hold Banquet At Inn per capita income. He spoke of the Senator proved himself en- to handle the matter of tariffs to registration in the voters home_

the interest which 'had been shownin (Continued on Page 10) protect fruit and vegetable growers county must be presented to the

his candidacy everywhere, the of the state he said that hh ser- inspectors of the precinct where

Members of the' eight bowling fact that, he had never before beena Paty Ridicules vices would always be at the disposal the voter applies to cast a ballot.:

teams participating in tho I candidate for public office and I of the, farmers in 'attemptingto

, tournament which ends Monday had not been urged by "hundredsof $3.00 Auto TagsIn get such protection from ,the national Senior Class PlayNext

I night will enjoy' a banquet at the friends" to make the race. government. He also pledgedhis :

Clewiston. Inn next Thursday eve- Speaking first .of old age pensions; Talk MondayB. support in every way possibleto Wednesday Nite

ning.A W'hitehair
stag dinner is being planned and an expansion of the industry. -, ,
concerning the system
F. Paty, West Palm Beach
under the direction of M. E. Von The annual Senior Class play,
of providing old age pensions and candidate for Governor spoke in During his eight years as senator,
' Mach, president of the league and "These Lovely Ladies" will be
promised to do his utmost, if elec- Clewiston Monday morning but ar- Holland said, he had introducedthe
the numbers the in the school audi- ,
on program will presented high
ted governor, to cut away all the rived some time before he was first measure to make the frost
be such as to continue the spiritof torium next Wednesday night atr )
red tape surrounding this system scheduled to speak and was heard warning service possible; anotherto
good fellowship engendered by eight o'clock and the members of ,
and provide require fertilizer man u fact urerlt
a pension by a mere handful of voters as .'
the the class
league contests. promise plenty of laughs
(Continued on Page 1) he spoke in front of Christian's, to designate secondary ingredientsand those
to who attend.
After the dinner presentation of
Barber Shop. had been a steadfast supporterof
the various awards will be made, county agents and home demonstration The plot of the three-act..comedy
Clewiston On Air Mr. Clewistontalk
Paty. opened concern the efforts of a
the cash prize for first, second and workers leading the fight youngman's

third places of thirty; twenty and with an attack on the Fraser (Continued on Page 4) fraternity brothers to make
ten dollars cash going to Moore Tuesday MorningClewiston $3.00: tag plank and after ridiculing the girl with whom he is madly In

!fa Haven, Merchants and High Schoolin the idea by advocating "tags Elmer Hall Receives love care more for him. Their '

the will for nothing" and "a free tank of scheme is to impersonate a group
order named. A gold medal again go "on theair" !

for high individual average will next Tuesday morning over gasoline" he tsaid that the tag High Fishing HonorsHonors of chorus girls and attend a house

go to J. B. ''Brantley of, the High radio station WJNO in West Palm money goes to the' schools, the party held by the young man, flirt

School team, a silver medal for Beach in a fifteen minute program legislature is not going to take it with him outrageously and arouse
away from them and no sensible for the most consistent the of the of his de- :
second place to Ed Ward of the from 8:15 to 8:30 a. m. jealousy girl
would want to He added fisherman of the week goes to
sire.' As be expected
may many
of Commerce
team and This is
one In a series of radio
that the talk of as a Elmer Hall of Miami Beach who
economy things climaxed by the boy'sfather
third place, a bronze medal either salutes to communities In the Ever-
: to Ed Markette of the Merchants glades sponsored by Montgomery means of making up loss in revenue fishing for three consecutive daysin falling in love with one of ,

or M. E. Von Mach of the U. S. S. Ward's new store inVest Palm was a dead horse and one whichhe Lake Okeechobee waters adjacentto the fake chorus girls. As maybe :
I had no intention of riding. Clewiston, brought in the limitof
, C. office team. Beach. Two further expected everything ends
: such programs have 12 bass each day after return-
: been Tlfe East Coast candidate said with everyone happy.
Booby prizes will be awardedto already held. ing to the water. Mr. Hall'slargest :
that he favored the Independent many The lead or Danny Ashton is_
each member of the low 'team, The broadcast will be by remote was an eight pounder, whichhe
the merchants over the chain stores played by J. D. Hooker with Edythe
Chamber of Commerce and also control from in front of the Clew- caught Wednesday.The .
and denounced "government by Cornetto as Jeanette Hobart his
one to holder of lowest individual iston Inn and in the event of
relatives" and the practice of requiring best fishing grounds, as unrequited loveVlaiter/ Zuhn :
score who at this time
to inclement
appears weather provisions will
an undated resignationfrom usual, are Observation Island and plays' the part of Danny's father.
Moran of be
the office made to broadcast from inside '
team. state apointees.He rock reef, both reached in a few Munselle Stone of his chum andA
the building., The Plantation Choral
accused citrus commission minutes by motor-boat from Clew- ; D. Frith of the rival. Fraternity
Despite the letter of invitation Singers will give two and possiblymore
mis-management of "ruining the iston docks., brothers are Louis Leiter, Dick
which was sent out to all the league numbers and several of the
industry" and declared "I promiseyou Other out-of-town fishermen, who Patterson, Bert Schultz and Dick
players warning that the meal local business men and Chamberof '
I will put men on the commission attest to the fact that fish are Owen. Maxine Doty plays the part
planned was the slimmest imaginable Commerce members will be interviewed -
who know something about biting their best right now, are of Jeanette's chum Lee Pridgeonand
Inside sources reveal that by the announcer. Included -
a the business." F. A. Perley, Sanibel Island, C. L. Marie Robbins as friends and:
sumptuous repast is being'planned in this list are Mayor F. D. Duff, '
Some of the other planks Paty Strandberg, J- R. Langford, Venus, Florence Graham as Danny's cousin.
which no member of any team will Jay W. Moran, D G. Alston, ElbertL.
outlined last night were: Mr. and Brs. Ernest Tracey Miami An admission charge of fifteen
wish to miss. There will be about Stewart and J. E. Beardsley.
' "I promise to make a militant Floyd Wra ', Hollywood; W. E. and thirty-five cents is being made

'a sixty in attendance at the dinner Local people who jvish to tune fight to bring about a parity for Wine, Fort Lauderdale, James and one of the most hilarious amateur -

I' which includes the fifty-six: mem- in on the broadcast should tune Florida in freight rates. Kenney, New Albany, Indiana, and plays eyer seen here is in

bers of the eight teams. their: dials to 1200 kilocycles. (Continued on page five) Don Montford, New Orleans. prospect.

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7lrl IMPROVEDUNIFORM Gems of Thought

Modern War Goes StreamlinedBut INTERNATIONAL

E>E SURE that straightforwardness '

Still Holds Place -L> is more than a
Pigeon a SUNDAY L
esson match at last for all the in-
volved windings of deceit.-F.

l DR ., By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. W. Robertson.The .
EN Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof
8 R, OEww r'jj ,.. Chicago sovereignty of man lieth
e fRr -'sed by Western Newspaper Union.) hid in knowledge.-Bacon.

TEAMWORK Nor deem the irrevocable PastAs

Lesson for April 21 wholly wasted, wholly win,
On March 20 ( : //, rising on its wrecks, at last
WASHINGTON. : /r To something nobler we attain.
1917, a tall, husky young man from Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected -Longfellow.Remember .
Perth Amboy, N. J., heard Theodore and copyrighted by International' '
in ,Council of Religious Education: used by when the judg
at a
Roosevelt speak
t permission. ment's weak, the prejudice is
\ Madison Square Garden, New York.
strong-O'Hara.He .
When the youngster left the meeting MICAH'S VISION OF PEACE
;; he was so fired with patriotismthat ix"J that would govern his
he stopped at the first recruit- actions by the laws of virtue,
, LESSON TEXT-Micah 4:1.5 525a.
; must regulate his thoughts
ing station and enlisted in the navy. GOLDEN TEXT-And they shall beat their
', He rose quickly. Because of his swords into plowshares, and their spears those of reason.-S. Johnson.
; Into pruninghooks nation shall not lift
: upa
f' knowledge of seamanship, gained sword against nation, neither shall they
a kid on the Jersey coast, he began learn war any more.-Micah 4:3.: "
his service as a bosun in command

:. of a coast patrol boat. A little later Peace on earth! Peacemakers who 'Biting the Wax'Teeth I

1 he was commissioned an ensign and are now silent were striving to bring

" .. ordered to a transport which carried jjj".Q. in a man-made peace, following a have figured largely in
::: thousands of troops to France. will-o'-the-wisp. Let us tell men history. In England during the
.: Today this youthful patriot sits at 6 ilk.. ; Y .Arrbx.F about the real peace which will Middle ages people frequently

\ a desk in a second floor office of the \ ,, come when the Prince of Peace sets sealed deeds by biting into the hot

'. great, sprawling, white stuccoed up His kingdom. Let us urge upon wax with their teeth. No two impressions b

Navy building on upper Constitution them the glad acceptance of His,per- were the same. 'Historyalso
t.: avenue, the acting boss of the navy. sonal kingship in their hearts that 'records that King James IV
tt That Lewis Compton is acting boss '''S'' '' they know of Scotland was an amateur den-
may even now peace
,_ of the navy is, known to few even F .:.: ,\ within. tist, and with him extracting wasa
'," 1f : pleasure and a hobby.
: '"tt:::;: Micah warned Judah that their rejection There are many sayings and
: of God and His love would customs in connection with teeth.

.1 : bring them sorrow and judgment.In The Arabs take great'care of their

the midst of his message, how- teeth, and say, "You shall keep a
L ever, he breaks forth 'into a glowing
'; clean mouth, for this is a meansof
:.l, ; of the that is
prophecy glory to come "
praising God, while in Chinaa
t during the reign of the Messiah, the. perfect set is absolutely neces-
Prince of Peace.
sary for, beauty. But Africa has
I. The Foundation of PeaceGod'sWord different ideas, and the Oraherero,

t3' (4:1, 2). ''I'' who think that we have too many

Vainly do men labor to bring abouta teeth, have many of theirs ex
F AR' from outmoded by mechanized warfare, the trusty homer pigeon lasting peace built upon the wordsof tracted.

is taking his place as an important servant on the Western front. men, for the moment there seemsto

Photos above show how pigeons are released at the front lines, im be gain in repudiating promises

i'4 portant messages placed in aluminum containers strapped to their legs. given in the greatest of solemnity, Pull the Trigger on

Arriving at their mobile cart behind lines, the pigeons give their mes- they become mere scraps of paper. I

sage to French poilus\ who telephone messages back to headquarters. There is no security in such words, Constipation, andPepsinizeAcidSiomadiToo
nor in the guns and battleships usedto

support or to break.them.

God's Word, the teaching of His When constipation brings on acid indi-

s ,{ law,. walking in His paths-here is gestion,bloating,dizzy spells,gas,coated
{ the foundation for real Micah tongue, sour taste and Bad breath, your
stomach is probably loaded up with cer-
a speaks of the time "in the last days" undigested food and your bowels don't
when the people of the earth shall move. So you need both Pepsin to help
LEWIS COMPTON go up to God's house to hear His break up fast that rich undigested food in
your stomach,and Laxative Senna to pull
&i,. 'All you need is a good assistant.' Word and to learn to walk in His the trigger on those lazy bowels. So be
ways. To that blessed and holy day sure your laxative also contains Pepsin.
)- in Washington. He is not a politi- we look forward with anticipationand Take Dr.Caldwell's Laxative,because its
cian. He is a business man who Syrup Pepsin helps you gain that won-
joy bring men
even as we now derfulstomachcomfortwhiletheLaxativeSenna
believes in running public affairs in the message of Christ's redemptionand moves your bowels.Tests prove the
i' a businesslike manner. He didn't His peace.II. power of Pepsin to dissolve those lumps of
seek out the job. It sought him outand undigested protein food which may lingerin
._ was offered to him, strictly be- The Prince of Peace-Jesus your stomach,to causebelching,gastric
Christ (4:3-5). A acidity and nausea. This is how pepsin-
cause of his qualification. Lzing your stomach helps relieve it of such
fl '' It happened this way: In the fall This beautiful portion of God's distress. At the same time this medicine
of 1936, when Roosevelt persuaded W4 Word (and such parallel passages as wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your
Charles Edison son of famed 2:1-5 bowels to relieve your constipation.So see
r; the Isa. ; 11:1-12) gathers togetherthe how much better you feel by taking the
inventor, to take the post of assist- longing and hopes of peace- laxative that also puts Pepsin to work on
;' ant secretary, the first man to con- loving men of every age. Perfect that stomach discomfort, too. Even fin-
gratulate him, in his office in East justice, the end of all wars, pros- icky children love to taste this pleasant
Dr. Caldwell's Lax-
laxative. Buy
1 Orange, was Lewis Compton. perity for peaceful pursuits, boys no family ative-Senna with Syrup Pepsin at your

"Thanks, Luke," said Edison, longer learning warfare, complete druggist today!
"but I have no business taking this social security, universal worship of

job. I don't know the bow of a ship God-what a thrilling promise!
1- from the stern." Benefits of Friends'hipThe
Will it ever come true? Yes.
"You don't need to," said Comp- When? In the "latter days" (v. 1, greatest benefit which one

ton. "In the navy there are plenty wJa R. V.). Who has made such a prom- friend can confer upon another is
{ ?6 and excite and elevatehis
of men who do. All you need is a ise? God Himself. Who will bringit to guard, ,

good assistant. Count me in." Mindful of the pigeon's place in warfare, the U. S. army has 10,000of about? God's Son, the Prince of virtues.-Dr. Johnson.jf7iil11.
"Do you" mean it? said Edison. these birds, many at Fort Monmouth, N. J. Not only do they carry Peace, who will come to "judge be-

"Sure, was the reply. messages, but many are also trained to carry small cameras which take tween many people."
"What are doing Monday?
said Edison. "Come you down to Washington pictures automatically. Legislation is now being considered to protectthe Why will men be so blind to the

CW th me and we'll fix things nation's 300,000 pigeons and place them under the army signal corpsin "sure word of prophecy; whereuntoye
c3EVM Etl
do well that take heed unto Wh E P J
ye as
the Above the aluminum capsule.
up. event of tear. : Closeup of .
a light that shineth in a dark place"II -
Won Edison's Admiration.
( Pet. 1:19)? Why will we reject Sign of Spring
two men had become ac-
'...;.. Him who is "the day star" (II Pet.
quainted only the year before, when Love knows no winter; no, no!
Compton was state director of relief ,.. 1:19; Rev. 22:16) and who is even It is, and remains, the sign of
: a..a+:ivuG;+:; ready to "arise in
.: ". in New Jersey. Edison, president \ trr a now yourhearts" spring.-Ludwig Tieck.
/ of Thomas A. Edison Industries ?

'r': "'. Inc., was also starting a laboratory : "i I' is III. His Coming-As Saviour (5: FEEL PEPPY! .
:'. experiment in federal hous- 2, 3).
" ing in New Jersey, and needed some This remarkable Messianic proph- RELIEVE THAT AWFULBACKACHE

! : white-collar relief workers. ecy gave more than 700 years be-

Compton assigned relief workers fore the birth of, Christ the exact '

;',' to the housing project in a way that place of His birth, so closely iden- DUE TO FATIGUE AND EXPOSURE
:; evoked Edison's admiration. In- tified as to make both the prophecyand
Feel like stepping out
: stead of handing him.a lot of butchers its fulfillment testimony'to.the again by relieving that
; and bakers, he allowed Edison inspiration of the Bible. Note that backache (due to fatigue

: ,. free range' to select skilled men, this was the passage with which the and exposure). Just rub
En-ar-co and in-
r.; regardless of politics, with the result priests and scribes answered the on stantly some it begins its four-

r: that the New Jersey FHA had --....-.---..-..........--...-.................... question of Herod (Matt. 2:1, 4-6) fold work of helping soothe ,
:;;, the most efficient record in the regarding the place where the Mes- that back.Pleasant.At all

country. Coming "home" with a message, Carefully trained, 'U. S. army siah was to be born. druggists trial size or to send National lOc for

\. This was the beginning' a mutual the pigeon flies to his coop and pigeons develop gradually into first- Thus the coming ruler of Israel, Remedy Co.,55 W.42 St.,

l. admiration between the two thereby sets off a bell which brings class carriers. They are taught that the Judge of all peoples the Princeof EN-AR-CO ,N. Y. C. Dept. W-3.

i.'.. men. available home. Peace is none other than the
a soldier running to get the message. food is only at ,
v- A clear-sighted perseverance lies Lord Jesus who was born >into this
t. behind Compton's work today in re- world as the Babe of Bethlehem, OSIXe
:-:. organizing ,the navy department. I "a Saviour Christ the Lord" 41

-: He and Edison, both with the back- e (Luke 2:11). Israel rejected Him *

ground of business men, insist that and He had to "give them up" (v.
the shore establishments of the I 3), but the time will come when 1940 WORLD'S FAIR

navy, which employ 100,000 civilian they shall see Him as their King.IV. modern and
at! this
workmen riveters, steam-fitters, His Reign-As King (5:4, 5a). -stop convenient hotel between
.. electricians, designers cannot be "This man shall be our peace"v. Riverside Si Central Parks

well directed by an officer trained ( 5, R. V.). He it is who "shallbe PA Family Hotel.with Family Rates'
only in commanding a ship.In j great unto the ends of the earth"v. '
Rooms from 1.50
other words, you can't build ( 4) ; and that can be said of no
submarines by throwing a steam- man in all history except of Him. Hotel BELLECLA1RE!

fitter into the brig if he doesn't His shall not be the reign of a I Broadway York at 77th City Street
salute and say "Aye, aye, sir!" Thenavy's despot, for we read that "He shall Write NOW for World's Fair Booklet
shore establishments consti- feed his flock in the strength of

tute one of the largest industrial .S.LLvm' .... Jehovah" (v. 4, R. V.). His ene-
Lis .
enterprises in the and 3f..waa : Jr : .... -
country, mies and the enemies of God the

Compton and Edison hold that they A reserve for the signal corps Mechanization comes to the I Father must be put down, but His
should be ,directed by men trainedin Birds trained people will find Him to be the ten- Only
pigeon brigade comes out of his pigeon corps. are toiome" ,
industrial management.These shell. Training will begin as soonas "/ to a mobile loft. Although der "good shepherd" who "givethhis
administrative life for the sheep" (John 10:
he leaves the nest. He'll prob- food is important element in the
reforms of Edison and Compton are 11). He is that now to every be-
regarded as heresy by the brass- ably live eight to ten years. In the birds' work, their remarkable homing -' liever. Sinner, why not take Him Be CONSISTENTLY Advertised

hats, but they have the support of World war, a pigeon saved 194 ability is attributed partly'to' now as your Saviour, your Good
President Roosevelt and they are members of the "Lost Battalion.". their sharp eyes and ears Shepherd, and join with His peoplein O BUY ADVERTISED GOODSNAVY .

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b > forward earnestly. Questions The Answers .
R t4 ," he exclaimed; "this man r- ..
f me a grocery bill amounting 1. How does a wedding in the 1. There the wedding'ceremony

less than $20, and refuses to Samoan islands'differ from our consists merely of ,eating cake to
it!" i ceremony? gether. 1
: second i 2. A word or group of words 2. A palindrome. ';
sprang up.
: I that reads the same backward or 3. Libel. ';
lie! he cried
a indig-
forward, as "Able was I ere I saw 4. A. dude. :,
"' "My dog didn't bite him." Elba," is called what? 5. Canada, Brazil and the United =:.
:x '; was a pause while the Which is written, libel or States, in size according to the .','
r9\\ jat / reviewed the situation, slander? order named.
he announced his decision. 4. What is a popinjay? 6. Water chickens (Florida gal- ":

," he said, "I fully 5.: Which are the three largest linules) are birds about the size l
\ your feelings, but I can countries in the Western hemisphere of a chicken, squawk like hens, 4''
reason why you should not ? swim, but rarely fly. They are. of .'
to support your mother." 6. What are water chickens? the rail family.. /:'

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J- (See Recipes Below) By ''1

>- IOW 1- SEW RUTH WYETH I -.,.i:
f. ,}
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-4' PAPER CV"LONGER NOTE: The new '32-page edition <

JiOF THE| of Book "Sewing for the
I A Home Decorator," shows three O-Cedar it! '.
i SKIRT TOP OF other interesting styles of dress- Clean away the muggy film and 'u"JI

ing tables, with detailed directions leave a silken lustre

C CENTER for 'making. Also slip covers, Mother,add O-Cedar Polish to jour damp
/ FRONT draw curtains; and numerous cried cleaning cloth and zpplytbat to dull 1,
household articles. Write Mrs. and listless furniture(woodwork or floors)
o ACK SNAP FASTENER Spears- for a copy, enclosing 10 just like you'd wash them Soon the ugly ,.",}
TAPE TO TABLEmENSEW film of winter dirt is and J
cents to cover cost. Address: gone your
wood smiles back at you with a titan and = r
Spring Salads for Prepare cherry-flavored warm, soft silken,lustre. Ask for gtnuinet .wf
' fill empty grapefruit j MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
Spring Tonics gelatin. When gelatin has i Drawer 10 ( .(e'dar ]
each grapefruit half
' arrange Bedford.Hills.New. York
I' .
Ii) of lettuce. Place mayonnaise Polish ,.)
Time was when we needed sulphur Enclose 10 cents for Book 1.

1'1' and molasses,' or its equivalent I ter of grapefruit and to cut a flared dressing Name ............................... MOPS, WAX, DUSTERS, CLEANERS AND \:
tonic to repair the chopped green maraschino table skirt without fullness at O-CEDAR FLY AND MOTH !
as a spring Address ...eo..eo.....eo.eo.eo....... SPRAY'S..U
damages of a winter diet which was Spicy Summer Salad. is something worth know-
quite likely to be lacking in fresh 1 cup vinegar You may be making a With the Rogue ',.'
fruit and vegetables. Nowadays Vi teaspoon whole tailored affair of white If you pity 'a rogue you are no
spring tonics are unnecessary nui- 1 teaspoon stick with pink bindings and but- Rules and ToolsYou great, friend of honest men. ,j

sances, for most of us, because even 1 teaspoon salt like the one shown here; or. know right from wrong. I "
through the long winter months, a 2 cups fresh spinach lining for a full skirt of You know work will win. You QUALITY AT A PRICE ,
The Outstanding Blade Value of plentiful supply-of fruits and vegetables 1 large carrot material. have health and 'a fair education.You KENT Finest Swdtoh Chrome SUlP| : .!I
is available. 1 stalk celery diagram shows how to 7 alncle or 10 double edce B"des lUlf ;
have when to .
But somehow this createsan Boil vinegar spices and for half of the '
I season a pattern think. Now go ahead, my man, ::1
appetite for "something right out gether for 10 minutes. The center front may be and make good. You have the Relieving Distress ';
of the garden," gar and chill. Scrape on a fold of the goods in
rules and you have the tools. The To pity distress is but human; '
and it's now that all of the fresh vegetables if there is no front open- ...
) job is up to you. to relieve it is Godlike. .
,. we find salads of until they are fairly fine. Cut the paper by the dimen-
I fresh fruits and the vinegar mixture and in the diagram. Mark point ':.
I vegetables as refreshing once. 14-inches from the upper
I as the t Lemon French Measure up from the "
first spring % cup lemon juicer right corner a distance -j jr
breeze. cup salad oil Union.'r' the length of the skirt

Serving a saladis _k % teaspoon salt A to the left edge of the
such a simple ,' i& teaspoon paprika and mark point C. Connect
means of makingsure 1 tablespoon sugar or points with'lines drawn, as
that the Stir or shake thoroughly ...
day's quota of fresh vegetables or serving. Lemon juice is
I fruits is included in the diet. ly good to bring out

I Salads look so cool and inviting, dressing for a meat salad. ( '
i and properly prepared they do sucha % cup.) Facts

lot toward perking up one's appe- May Basket Salad.
tite. But they must be inviting to Take the desired number Might in Mite ,

look at, cool and crisp, and well uniform tomatoes, cut out Ream of Love A X",

: seasoned. hollow out the I ... # t: .."' '
I Wash salad greens carefully, then i center slightly. 150lile Shadow a;, .;.,;_, <: x
i soak in cold water to make them' Slice rings of I
:i very crisp. Remove all brown or most powerful permanent !
green pepper '
of its size in existence is #
wilted spots. Dry carefully on a' about Vi inch i YIQ re4/a4 ,
of sintered alnico made ,
: ,
i I towel or place cleaned salad greens thick, cut in half Ii
a General Electric lab-
in a clean sugar sack and shake or and fasten on tomato
twirl vigorously to remove the dropsof with tooth- ,This bit of alloy, which i
moisture that cling to the greens. picks to form than a thimble and j HtORflneII
Chill thoroughly. handle of basket. less than three-quarters of j

Simple salads, in general, are the Place hearts of can' lift and hold 200
smartest-and if they're to serve lettuce and rad- or 4,450 times its own

their 'purpose 'as spring tonics, ish roses (using f\ !
they're the best. Salads which are toothpicks for --- longest love-letter in the ,tut tug
too rich, too elaborately' garnished, stems) in the basket. Place is at the British museum. t\ '',,, .,n toSWr01
or decked out with whipped cream, on lettuce leaves. written by one of Queen 'I pA1G1NA,\..--
defeat their own purpose, and I havea mayonnaise. courtiers to his lady, \ THE" -'
feeling that it's one reason most Gardener's Salad. runs to 410,000 words, on over j -- .1fK.'Jiuj --- NG

men dislike salads, because too (Serves 8-10). sheets of paper. -- :
I often they've had served,to them in !' 1 sliver of peeled garlic Piton peak on Tenerife, the ."If .un'uuintntltwt
the "
I name of salad, some queer, 1 head crisp lettuce ( of the Canary islands, n Halo Cotor. 1I14a by
sticky concoction
I with so many ingredients 4 tomatoes (peeled and abruptly feet above Comr..yI
I so badly mangled, and so 12,200 I _.. __ Ke1.IO" .. _. __ .. _. /'
I wedges) Atlantic ocean and, at sun-
a much salad garnish, to that be there's scarcely 1 cucumber (peeled and and sunset, casts a shadow 'M'1\\Jf; 'B j( f "9: \ tN : ; tli i ltE: ){

nized. Men green do, like seen good or salads recog, 3 young onions.. (sliced. thin 150 miles.-Collier's. j ... _ .. .. ..... ,-- --." .. r"
4 radishes (sliced thin)
though, and you'll find recipes for
1 in
(cut rings
green pepper
the kind in
they enjoy booklet
i my 2 carrots (slivered)
"Feeding When you're Father.planning your spring 6 slices bacon (fried crisp I LIKE ALL THE MILDNESS I CAN GET CAMEL'S SLOWER WAY OF BURNING

tonic salads don't overlook the raw crumpled)
I: vegetables-shreds of pared, raw 1 cup french dressingBe IN MY CIGARETTE. CAMELS BURN MEANS SEVERAL DEFINITE 'eXTRAS'

beets, slivers of carrot and'the ten- sure the
t)1-1\ der young leaves of spinach, raw washed, wiped dry, and SLOWER AND SMOKE SO MUCH IN PLEASURE-AND EXTRA SMOKING

cauliflower, broken into flowerettesis and crisp
an excellent addition to a vege- starting MILDER AND COOLER PER PACK,TOO '
( I
the salad.
table salad, and don't forget' that II
kle the !!! I
just a suspicion of garlic in a vegetable :
I salad is as important as the
dressing! Minced green onion topsor with salt. i
chives will serve as a substitute, fork, rub I I
if family doesn't lic well
your approve of !
\ I garlic. salt. I
Orange Veal Almond Salad. lic. Put in the shredded iWt Ii i
I (Serves 6-8) vegetables and bacon, I I'j
. Novel but good'is this orange veal french dressing. Mix well, *,w J k' N II I
all the
\ I almond salad. The orange blends ingredients are
with and brings out the flavors of the coated with dressing. Serve 'j
'I other ingredients. This is an especially diately. 'jj
excellent buffet salad.
, j
t. 2 cups orange half slices Would You Like to Please
2 cups cooked veal (diced) If you want to please father 4a! !

I'',, 2 cups celery (diced) him foods he really likes ; II I
II... % cup lemon french dressing' green salads, beef roast I
Lettuce rich brown and
I[ Watercress gravy, FOR EXTRA MILDNESS, .
: "family-style" desserts his In recent laboratory tests CAMELS III
SA cup toasted almonds q EXTRA COOLNESS, EXTRA FLAVORof r
s used to make. You'll find burned 25% slower than the average
Blend orange: veal, celery and practical recipes and menus the 15 other of the largest-selling ;' ,
I'r french dressing. Put in salad bowl, in Eleanor Howe's cook book I' brands tested-slower than any of ',8 t 1':
lined with lettuce and watercress. ing Father." Send 10 cents them. That means, on the average;a rt J
-: Top with the toasted almonds. to "Feeding Father," care smoking plus equal to I
be substituted
may for veal.
I Howe, 919 North Michigan
Pinwheel Salad. Chicago, Illinois, and get a R PACKSLOWBURNING i
Take halves of grapefruit and remove "Feeding Father" for your SEX'TRA.SAltlKES'1'E COSTLIER TOBACCOSI ,

every other grapefruit seg- library. I
1 ment, leaving membrane intact. (Released, by Western Newspaper,

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Public health was next mentionedand other eligibles, now getting nothing; Hall estimates. Saturday the figure
The Clewiston News 1NN. .N.N.NON. .NN. :N:N.NCH. .MAN. .N:N:N N NON. .N:..:N:N:..:. of I
he promised a program state to get on the rolls. The bill passed was edging close to 1,700 and a

health measures which would helpto the senate under his leadership) but I last minute rush is usually made.

Published, every Friday in Clewlston RAMBLINGS eradicate the 186,000 cases of reached the house too late for 'The largest number of new registra-
Florida, by tho CLEWISTON NEWS, I hookworm, 102,000 cases of mal- consideration."If tions in one district this year came "

Inc. By B. B. aria, 86,000 cases of tuberculosis, I am elected governor," said from Clewiston, 375.

the highest number of social dis- Holland. "I will ,ask the legislaturein

KEATHLEY BOWDEX, Editor :N:M:N:N:..:N:N:N:N NON NAM..:N N:NSI:N:..N NON. N:1 eases of any state and the high my first message, to pass this

mortality rate of expectant mothers. bill and further to legislate so that

Entered as second class mall matter Well, I've had my census taken, He criticized past )legislation tending Florida old folks can get the full NOWHe's
February 1, 1927 at the Post Office in to benefit the public school benefit of federal provisions for
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act ol and the process was
March 3, 1897.Subscription. simple. From the publicity which system and said that Florida still old age assistance."
--- ranked thirty-seventh in school The Man
the census bureau has sent out His support, Holland said, is
Rate $2.00 Per Year. standing with tho other states and coming from veterans of the World
urging complete co-operation and that while the legislature had made War and of the SpanishAmericanwar

Advertising Rotes On Application. asking that all questions be answered an effort to legislate better schoolsit from school leaders and school

fully we thought we would had failed to provide 'money for teachers, farmers and merchants, ,J.I

Devoted of Clewiston to the advancement and Hendry and County.welfare have to get out the family Bible, these improvements.The working men and women (he sponsored -

the last income tax report our old candidate spoke of the fifty- the workmen's compensation

school report cards, and everythingelse. two million dollars spent each year I j I act and the unemployment insurance JI4

The bowling tournament is about Jewel Hooker, who is enum- by Florida in other states for products i I act,) old people and from a great

over. Now for the banquet.} erator came in very pleasingly, a which are produced in this army of youngsters who are casting

little woman with a great big book state and pledged his aid in keep- their first vote in a governor's race '

Clewiston had a nice visit from under her arm; she asked the ing thIs money at home to increase this year.
Senator and Mrs. questions, we replied, she jotted
its friends, the income of the producersof After visiting old friends here
back, folks! down the facts and it was all over,
Andrews. Hurry these products. He spoke of for a time following his talk Mr.
including a Coca-Cola, in about 7 *
restrictions and the
governmental i Holland continued on to West Palm
candidates aren't wear- minutes flat. Jewel says she is
County strangle-hold which has been put Beach where he is scheduled 10
but notice that name working hard to get through this !
ing badges we upon the farmers and small busi- speak tonight.SATURDAY .
their getting quite month, which is the time allotted. ;
signs on cars are ness men; of the tremendous I i' %

popular. Her- only complaint, is that people amounts spent on roads in the state MIDNIGHT IS
seem to think she is either a I without the completion of one DEADLINE FOR REGISTERINGJohn (I,
Remember that tomorrow (Sat- politician or a book agent, and
arterial highway of his interestin
urday) is the last day to registerto sometimes they don't go to the I ,commercial fishing; as well as L. Hall, '''Hendry county

vote in the primaries. You have door! supervisor of registration announced -
sport fishing and hunting and in
until midnight.One *\ ,,* I that his office will be open
this connection'said that the quailin
The radio comedian should have Volusia county where he lives every day this week and until mid- !;
bowler said he though he'd I heard the Everglades' chuckle of night Saturday to accept registrations : i
"that bird
are now so scarce my ,
pick up a sound truck cheap after appreciation the other night when of persons planning to vote in I
the campaign and use it to heckle Wallace dogs are, pointing butterflies. the May primaries. The deadline '
he said: "Henry A. secre- ,
opponents. tary of aggravation." He spoke of the developing cattle for registering is Saturday, April CHARLES FRANCIS,
industry in rthe state and remarked
20 .
tIC ,* at midnight.To
Interest in baseball is beginningto that. the legislature was now eye- : '
Additional signs of spring be legally registered and "SOCKER" COE
revive with the coming warm ing that industry with a view to
understand there the mulberry stains on the clothes eligible to vote in the May elec-
weather and we creating a ,board to regulate it.
and person of the eightyearoldson. tions Hall said, "The registrantmust
is already talk of organizing a He promised full aid in preventing
team. ., the house cleaning urge have passed their 21st birth-
Clewiston establishment of such a board, the
that's evident during the week and day before the date of the first
abolition of boards of the kind already FOR
We can't remember our history the picnic urge on week-ends. primary, which is May 7, and must
established to hamper and
teacher ever telling us that the Cypress Gardens announcing that restrict ,private industry.In have lived, in the state one year THE U. S. SENATES
Monroe Doctrine took in Green- summer rates of 35c' per person are and the county six months prior

land but maybe the world has in effect and that the Gardenia closing Mr. Whitehair again to the first election." E A'T ACCORDING -
shrunk. Festival Day on which everybodyin said that he was an amateur and Persons; registering for the first ,

the state of Florida is invited to the people had indicated that they time are required to bring their TO EVERY RECENT .

Attorney General Gibbs could visit Cypress Gardens free will beheld would rather take a chance on an citizenship papers if they Were born
afford to cut off sixty; candidatesfor amateur in the Governor's office POLL.
on a Sunday late'. in April. outside of the United States.
not filing expense statements. has.a than to continue another year under
Dick Pope a free gardenia Registrations in Hendry county
He's retiring from office anyway the system of the past several terms.
waiting for you-and he does mean appear to be, headed for a new

this year. YOU. on that day. Holland SpeaksContinued I high mark of approximately 1,800, Your Vote Will
The Children's Home Society
We attained the height of some-

thing or other last week by being wants summer homes for its kiddies, Be Appreciated
among the few newspapers in the bays and girls from 6 to 16 yearsof ( from Page 1)

state who failed to observe that it age. The ,Eastern Air Lines at the last legislative session to

has now been discovered what is sending us a travel booklet and increase ,appropriations.In .

rotten in Denmark., low rates on airplane travel speaking of education Holland Over ninety speeches in fourweeks
'. in every part of Florida
" it sets us day-dreaming again.
reminded his listeners that the gov-
At least two centenarians in The high school is planning the ernor is also chairman of the state have shown the people the

South, Florida will be counted in Senior play, and the banquet. The board of education and that the There is no man in Florida dangers in rubber 'stamp
,., little folks are busy May-poling it representation in Washington.The .
the 1940 census. We're wondering ; next governor will have much to
better fitted to be
: if they can remember back to the in practice. do with continued improvement in governor people want a ;young, vigorous

time when the politicians first be- Daytona Beach does not want school system. The low state rat- from the ,standpoint of in- independent Democrat in ,

gan promising them maximum old Clearwater to have the honeymoon ing along educational lines, he sc.id, tegrity and mental ability. the United States Senate.

age pensions. monopoly, and is offering a free is due to our too-rapid growth --Jolm Boswell in Miami
honeymoon at Daytona Beach in during boom days and while a great
----------------- - Herald. "COE IS THE MAN"PAID
July to a June-married couple. The deal has been done already to

r only entry requirement is that a remedy a bad situation there is POLITICAL ADVERTISING
single photograph of the nuptials still much to be done. "Wie arc-
I be sent to the Daytona Chamber of (PAID, POLITICAL ADVERTISING)
just now in the middle of the
o- . ._
n. Commerce.The stream and the fight must be continued -
.. MAYBE Ladies Home Journal is until won." I
t' You Can Make running a series of "How America Holland pointed out that he has

k. Money Without Lives" by picturing and story-ing been a teacher, a trustee in his

ADVERTISINGREELECT- about a "typical" family each own district, a director of Southern F

: month. The Miami Herald is seek- college, a former president of the

ing a typical American family in University of Florida alumni asso- .

Miami to send to the World's Fair, ciation. He was co-author of the -

r along with typical American families Florida school code, introducer of T -- -2 &I; I

,fri&9 from East and West' Daytona a measure which now nets public ) <

wants the typical 1940 Florida schools more than a million anda _j,_ -

M 6 .ANDEWS bride and groom. Looks like the.i half dollars additional revenue ( Cdyne.
.p average'person is coming into his I per year and was sponsor of the ;

own. teachers' retirement act.

If he is elected governor, Holland

We are all deeply sympatheticwith I said, he will urge a full nine months

<. lovely Ellen Larsen who so term, more pay for teachers, continued -
I' I' recently came from far-away Denmark improvement of schools and

: I to cast her lot with us. Her I full operation of the teachers' re- 9n e 1A.xt.

: heart has been torn with the news tirement act.Holland 'I < ,

that the dreaded Nazis have taken said that lie, has talked y.

over her beloved homeland, and with the commission and is familiar
the peace-loving Danes are another with the 'Everglades drainage district I

victim of'a mad-man's lust for bond situation.
power. Not even the distraction of "My interest in this matter would

the new home she and Otto are be in the protection of the property -

y US. SENATOR, building over jn our. neighborhoodcan owner," said Holland, "I will ,
In Area
The Lake
\ DEMOCRATIC keep her happy. be willing, ready and able ito help.I .
MAY 1940
am sympathetic with the properly
J The political campaign has reached owner and can help in this fightto

,' (PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISING), the "whispering stage"-only get this matter into better As In All FloridaTHE

since the advent of radios it shouldbe shape for him." -

called the "shouting stage". We Holland declared that one of I
feel that the warning "readers the most distressing, problems fac-

should remember that all war newsis ing the state 'is properly caring for

subject to censorship at the the old people. He said that he '
Francis Po
r point of origin" could appropriatelybe was a member of the committee Whitehairl

; j applied to political gossip. which drafted the constitutional
a *I
amendment which permits the stateto
'' A private note to the candidatewho appropriate money for old age FOR

; called at my home and left, in assistance, that 'he was a memberof

"I" : my absence, a campaign card printed the committee which found the '

" : out of the state of Florida: I money now going to this service GOVERNORhave

hope you aren't expecting to win and that he was floor leader fora

<** MY vote by that! bill in the last session which
< %:
EQUAL : would have given old people additional ,
:.> ; /"
c I JUSTICE y Whitehair SpeaksContinued -:- relief. You heard him and were pleased by his platform,

\ :, TO ALL This\ bill, said Holland, would his sincerity and his oratorical ability. Yon have seen. Win
have ', placed an additional tax on
and were convinced that Florida would be to recognize -
( from Page' 1) money bet at horse race tracks and
him Governor. You have shaken his hand and
'T1LJ4:1 LJ for the aged. He spoke of the .16- would have added, with the federalgovernment's as ,
: he is call friend-SO1.; .
1f l : 000 dependent children of the state share, $4,400,000 to know a man yon can
: Able
; lawyer,business man,citrus grOWer, and remarked that nothing was ,the old age assistance fund. This I
world war veteran, Pasr President State Ballot for WHITEHAIR 7
l I'I'I Bar.Teacher and experienced executive. ever done for them by the state would have provided every person Cast your May ,
I r t lair until they were tofced to commit 'a on the rolls more than $100 pel-

I.- r r ..J crime and were then sent to the year in addition to what they are I ,

.(PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISING) reformatory. getting and would have permitted (This Advertisement Is paid for hy local friends of Francis:: P. 'Vhit hair)


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FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1940


tive in the Legislature of the stateof honest, efficient Intelligent, business- I am now completing my second I
Florida from Hendry county sub- like administration as your county FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
Candidates- ject to the action of the May Demo- j u d.S"C. term as school board member cf DISTRICT 1 ;

It cratic primaries. I feel that my past Sound administration of the peo- Felda and Denaud district, an officeI
ATTENTION! experience as a member of that body ple's affairs requires capable officers. have tried to fill conscientiouslyand
fully qualifies me for the position I On this basis, I submit that I am faithfully.My I wish to announce that I am a
seek. If elected I prpmise to honestly i the logical candidate, and I will candidate! for county commissioner
and faithfully represent the entire qualifications include high
WE HAVE THE LATEST I appreciate your vote and support.
county to the very best of my ability. I school and college training and District 1, subject to the May Demo-
Your vote and Influence is most several years spent doing commercial cratic primaries. '
SYSTEM earnestly solicited. SELDEN L. STEWART.FOR bookkeeping. I have been a resident of Clewis

'or Rent at Reasonable Rates Respectfully, If elected, I promise the people a ton for eleven years and feel that

careful, efficient administration.Your my long experience as a resident, r

LEWISTON RADIO W. M. DAVIDSON. COUNTY JUDGE:: HENDRY vote and support will be property owner and business man In

COUNTY, FLORIDAAt appreciated.MRS.. the district will help me In representing -

ELECTRIC CO. it on the county board.
FOR REPRESENTATIVE the request of many citizens If elected I will !give the district /' -'__ "
from every part of Hendry County I the best service of which I am -
PHONE 104 I hereby announce my candidacy hereby announce myself a candidatefor capable. ,- -
the office of County Judge of "
I for Representative for Hendry coun- SHERIFFI x
FOR I will appreciate your vote and
Hcndry county, Florida, subject to
ty, subject to the democratic primariesin support.
May.If the action of the May Democratic
primaries. I was duly admitted to wish to announce myself a can-
the voters of the county see fit
to send to the the _practice of Jaw in this state in didate for re-election to the officeof G. E. THERTON.
LEGAL NOTICES me Legislature Sheriff of Hendry county subjectto
assure them that I will get on the April 1917 and I have continuously
this vocation since the Democratic primaries in May.
followed exceptfor
job, and stay on the job until resultsare
the time I was In the United I am making this race solely on my COUNTY COMMISSIONERMarch
obtained, or else States Army during the World War.If record of law enforcement and fair
I will spend my time in endeavoring nominated and elected, my only dealings to all, and I assure the peo- 14th 1940.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR I to get our roads improved and all promise is a square deal to all according ple of Hendry county that the poli- TO THE VOTERS OF DISTRICT NO.
TAX DEED paved; I will try to !get our schoolson to law and common sense.I cies of this office will not change. 1, IIENDRY COUNTY FLORIDA:
a full nine months term and I am not the candidate of any clickor Your vote and support will be appreciated Candidatefor
I herewith as
will work unceasingly for the Old- but .
faction I am the candidate of Commissioner from this '
FLANIKEN holder of Tax Cer- County
cate No. 565 Issued the 4 day of Aged of the state by trying! to get the people who want a County II. L. DELANEY. District. :My residence in Clewiston for
sufficient funds to be matched by Judge who knows the law and will
.Septv A. D. 1933 has filed same In over 10 years and my experience
Federal allotment so that every pensioner honestly and faithfully discharge the
-niy office and ,has made applicationor leads me to be sure that I can render
will receive $40 month. I the'office..
duties of
a tax deed to be issued thereon. per valuable service to the taxpayers If
'aid certificate embraces the following believe_ all this can be accomplished Your vote and influence is respect- FOR SHERIFFI elected. '
described property in the County without additional taxes. These are fully solicited. I respectfully request your support
f Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit: my three principal aims, and if you and vctes in the Democratic Primaryof
hereby announce myself candi-
interested in a
are them line up with LOUIS O. GRAVELY. -
Lots 39 to 41 Block 356 Clewiston.The mo and we will put them through. date for the office of Sheriff of Hendry May 7th, 1940.

assessment of the said property Thanking you for your vote and ,county, subject to the Democratic E. E. KELLY.
nder the said certificate issued was support, I am..Respectfully. primaries to be held in May.I .

the name of Elmer G. Case. I FOR TAX COLLECTOR will appreciate your vote and
Unless said,certificate shall be re- yours, support.
emed according to law, the proper- Is Your Paid?
described therein will be sold to D. G. McCORMACK I ITO BILL :MADDOX.
|ie highest bidder at the court house :
or on the first Monday in the month r I am taking this opportunity of
June 1940, which is the 3 day of announcing! that I am seeking the TI
kne, 1940. FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT office of county tax collector in the
{Dated this 16 day of April 1940. I May Democratic primaries. To my
leal) WILLIAM T. HULL, I wish to announce to the voters of friends and to' those of you who I AmPLE FunDS
Clerk of Circuit Court of Hendry county that I' am a candidate know me I say simply that I am in I
Hendry County, FlorIda. for the office of county super- the race. To the many to whom I -
brfl! 19-26, :May 3-10, 1940. I intendent of public instruction in the I am a stranger would like to add
:May Democratic primaries.I that I have lived at Sears 14 years,
that I am a native of LaFayettecounty
have lived in Hcndry county most -
a graduate of its schools and
of my life; have been teacher and that I have been in the employ of
principal in schools of Hendry, Lee the Standard Lumber Corporation for
and Glades counties for 16 years12of
the 25 ,
past years.
POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS them in LaBelle., I hold a life I '
graduate state certificate, and a life If you see fit to elect me, I pledgea
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first grade certificate, and am a faithful and honest service. To one
college graduate with the degree! of and all, I shall feel honored -to have f
Bachelor of Science in Education. your vote and support..
If elected as your superintendentI Sincerely, ;

promise a conscientious, faithful >
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEYTO and efficient administration.I .

will appreciate your vote and
THE PEOPLE OF HENDRY support. -- l

In announcing my candidacy for NELL H. JACKMAN.
re-election to the office of County i
-L_ Attorney of Hendry County, subject TO THE CITIZENS OF HENDRY HOmE IDARS :r
I to the Democratic Primaries to be COUNTY: ,
held in May I also wish to take: this FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT I hereby 'announce that I am a
means to express to you my sincere OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTIONFour candidate for Tax Collector for Hendry -
appreciation for the splendid vote you county, subject to the Democratic -
gave me' in the elections two years years ago! the people of this primaries In May.I I I
nominated to the office of e
ago.The county me am your present Tax Collector \
experience, made possible by County Superintendent of Public In-' having been, appointed to said officeon ( \e .
_ that vote, will enable me to renderto struction by the largest majority April 11, 1939. I have tried to.. your\\O We helpyou..with
still efficient service nominee in the county can
you more !given any the best of my knowledge to give i
In this office. I primaries. This was an honor whichI efficient service to all the people of ace P the
Your vote and suppport in the 1940 deeply appreciate. During these Hendry f.\ L
county, and
elections will be !gratefully appreciated I years in office I have endeavored to appreciate a full term In office.greatly t:R finest loan plant ,

make a record which would be of If elected Tax Collector, I promisea t-:Gs: rG existence
great benefit to the people of Hendry faithful and efficient administra-
II. A. RIDER. I County. On this record.1 ask the ) (

people to re-elect me as their County tion.Your vote and support will be II4
Superintendent in the :May primaries.If appreciated I 1fJr .
re-elected, I shall continue con- .. -
&.,FOR ASSESSOR OF TAXES sistent efforts for a nine months term R. N. MILLER.
for all the schools in the county, the
:I hereby announce myself a candidate same careful business-like administration -
for re-election to the office of and to work for Improvementin Clewiston Federal
Assessor of Taxes, Hendry County, I our schools. Because, of my knowledge FOR TAX COLLECTORI Savings -
Florida, subject to the' Democratic I of the needs of the schools in -- I ; ,
primaries in May, 1940. all sections of the county it is logi- wish to >

If re-elected I promise to conductthe cal that I am best qualified to render didate ,for the announce office of myself Tax a
affairs of the office in the same most efficient service. I will sincerely Hendry county subject to the can-I and Loan Association
Fair, Impartial and Efficient mannerI appreciate your expression ,of confi- cratic primaries in
have strived to do In the past. dence by retaining me as your County May. -.
Your vote and support will be Superintendent.S. .
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greatly appreciated.

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This is to announce that I am a announcing my candidacy for '.
candidate for the office of Tax assessor the office of Hendry County Superintendent _
for Hendry county subject to the of Public Instruction, sub I : LiI
Democratic primaries in May.If ject to the Democratic primaries in ; .
elected. I promise to fulfill the May. I earnestly solicit the support t t

duties of this office faithfully and of every citizen.I ,..t..t"".
conscientiously and give every property have lived in Hendry county for :
owner a square deal.I the past seven years and am a Hondry : :: :::::=

will appreciate. your vote and I county property owner and taxpayer.I ,iI; : : .t"j.
support. worked my way through high ; :::
school and college and graduated with .:::;: ; : I 1
_H:: E. (BERT) O'BRIEN. a B. A. degree; took advanced courses; .: .".
in education at University of Florida .: : .: '.

summers 1935 and 1938, and have : Q/:(
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always kept in close touch with the '
CIRCUIT CLERIC latest -educational methods. Had 10 ; :::
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TO THE VOTERS AND :MY MANY years assistant experience principal as classroom and principa teacher, ; !: J::::;:

FRIENDS OF HENDRY COUNTY: six of them in the Clewiston School: '::::: : ; .:
I wish to announce my candidacyfor therefore, I feel that I am ;well '.
re-election to the office of Clerkof qualified. for this position. ; ; :::::

the Circuit Court. In making this If elected ycur superintendent, I : :: ;?*:
announcement I wish to express my promise an economical, business administration :
appreciation for the support and con- and will exert every :::: =i::_::

fidence given me in the past. effort toward greatly improving our ...:.
During the time I have been Clerk county schools. I thank 'cu.
I have done my best to administer the :::: I oj'+

affairs of this office in a business- I B. E. HERRING.FOR j.: Xy

like manner. If you see fit to re- ;::i:: .;.:t:
elect me, I promise to give the best i .:.
service of which I am capable. : .. :'

WILLIAM T. HULL. I SCHOOL District BOARD No.3.MEMIJER ;:::::: :::::f

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i This will announce my candidacy : f
for the office of school board member .::_:: :::

FOR CLERK CIRCUIT COURT II from District No.3, Clewiston. :
I formerly served on the board In cx"X:!!: : :
This is to announce that I am .1 District No. 1 and since moving to 1
candidate for the office of Clerk: of I Clewiston have served as a trusteein ::: :i
Circuit Court of Hendry County sub- the local district. Feeling that I I
ject to the Democratic Primaries in am well qualified for the position I -;
May.I ask your support and vote on :May. -
am well qualified for the office 7, 1910. :::: :

and, if elected, I will conduct the ":.
business of the office in an efficient A. O. WARD. ;::_: : :
manner. I need no introduction to ::i: 5
the voters of the county and can AX
only say, "Vote for Charlie". A

C. E. MINER. I .:.:?,!
hereby announce myself a candi- .:. : ,
date for the office of County Judge ,
for Hendry county, subject to the ::: :::f.
FOR REPRESENTATIVEIn Democratic Primaries In May. I feel .
that I am thoroughly qualified to ....y
announcing candidacy for fill this office and if elected I ..t.J.t. 1
my promise to Fair :
use Impartial and .
re-election to the office of State
Sound Judgment in all the affairsof !
Representative from Hendry county, this office. ..:
subject to the Democratic primariesin
Your vote and support will be _i !
May. I earnestly solicit the sup- heartily nppreciatPd. |
port of every citizen: If elected, I Thanks (
shall continue to represent the coun-

legislative ty in all matters branch of coming our Democraticform before the R. M. (DOll) HARRIS. :

of government to the very best :
of my ability. I shall be !glad to dis- ;:::: (
cuss with any one such matters of FOR COUNTY JUDGEI
legislation as they are Interested in.
-- My campaign! will be based on the take this means to announce that
merits involved In the office and I am a candidate for the office of
will have no connection 'with other County Judge for Hendry county ,
county offices or candidates. subject to the Democratic Primary
in I May. _II::%
ELBERT L. STEWART.FOR I hold degrees of bachelor of laws :

bachelor of arts, and bachelor of .i :
science lawyer, teacher, engineer). .
REPRESENTATIVE IN THE I have been an accountant for the .
United States Steel Corporation. T
LEGISLATURE have been a Hendry County Commissioner -
for six years 19271932. ,..t. .

hereby announce myself a candidate Thus,and specially experience qualified I am by ready education to- C:.......:..........-..._..........._...........................,.............................)o..>.... ......................................................................,......................"............................... .-..............................................f.'.''
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,r i Barge Canal, Hearing I bar, thrown up by the 1926 hurri- Junior G. A.'s meet at church :: Exceptional: Fairways w

Is Set For April 23 cane, and be better able to dis- Wednesday 3:30 p'. m. with Mrs. .t' ,

charge its flood waters into the Hodges. :;: Interesting Greens

Ocala, April '19. (FNS-A public lake. Midweek services' at church Wed- I.!. ft,.
canal not only nesday 7:30: p. m. at church. -- .
hearing on the proposed barge This open channel will \
On Thursday, April 25 the '" .. "
across the state along the site of I be of great aid in preventing' quarterly meeting of Palm-Lake: .........-.............,...................."-..... .....,........................................:.......Y...:............... .................:.......................-. r
the Florida ship canal, will be held damage to crops in the Lakeportarea ,.. 1
Associational W. M. S. ''meets at
here oil Ayril 23, it was announcedthis by flood but will permit bass I
Lewis H. Watkins, the creek for Northwood Baptist church, in West .. ..
Col. to spawn- -
"week -
by up
-- c U. S. Engineer for the Jacksonville ing go and result, many believe, in Palm Beach. All W. M. S. workers .-< .: : : :" ':r.., -; < 'f4IJ-bMO--J ..: _.XJ : :,._ i : .
bass are urged
district. again making this the greatest

The hearing is significant, be- stream in the state. CHURCH

cause for the first time the pro-

posed waterway is being considered ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC South Clewiston Let Us _

by the army as an integral partof CHURCHRev. Services Every Sunday: ".' ,.:!' }

then nation's inland waterway Sunday school at 9:45. i '
'system, from the point of view of Lawrence J. Flynn, Pastor Morning worship at 11 a. m.. < :\ .:.SupplyYouWithWINDOW -

commercial as well as national de- Mass each Sunday morning at I I
Young Peoples meeting, 6 p. m. '
fense and other public benefits. 8 o'clock, excepting the last Sunday ) : -.' \ I
.Rev. M. M. Dudley, ; ,
The hearing on the barge canal of the month when the time Is ".. ., (" .. ',"'. '
J Evangelistic services, \7:30 p. m. : :" ,
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will also 'include'the proposed link 10:30., J .i.: .
evening.service 7:30 \
Tuesday p.
from the Anclote river to St. Marks : Confessions are heard every Sat- I '- .: < ,"
in the Gulf and the West Coast urday evening from 7:30 until 8:30 m. I CARDS '
Friday evening service 7:30_ p. < ; "
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\ Intra-coastal waterway. and before all the Masses. '
"These two waterways, if con'structed Weekday Mass every morning at
The public is cordially invited to <
," said Col. Watkins, "will 8:00 o'clock. ?! RULED FORMS'LETTERHEADS .
attend all services.
constitute, important links in the Devotions in honor of Our Ladyof .. ., .

federal system of waterways and in Perpetual Help, are conducted THE CLEWISTOX COMMUNITY. .: .;r ; : >

,the system required for the most Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, followed CHURCH '... :' '

;economic development of Florida.rrhey by Benediction of the Most .'..., "., :: 72..,.-:. 'i : '
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will provide a ready means of Blessed Sacrament. REV, ; KENT PENDLETON, Minister .._ : *; 'ENVELOPESs : '"'." :
:transportation from the Atlantic toe Religious Instruction Class for The Bible School meets at 9:45a. -, : ._.:' '

,\ Gulf and vice versa." children Saturday morning at nine m., B. C. Flaniken is superientendent. :, :BILLHEADS :.

The public forum will be held here in Clewiston, and after' Sunday ; -' .1 I'-I
to provide data for a report to Mass in Pahokee. The Worship hour of the church .::" : ,
The Mass schedule or Pahokee is j is at 11:00 a. m. and the choir HANDBILLS
\Congress, and all insterested parties ,
excepting. the leader is J. E. and the ; ;
10:30every Sunday Beardsley : '
)re invited to be present or repre- -
\nted at the hearing. Oral state-1 last Sunday of the month, when pianist is Mrs. J. H. Doty. The : .;'>-
Mass is at eight o'clock. The public sermon theme will be: "Seek and "' ... TICKETS I ( .
ents will be heard, but for accuracy :.
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regardless religious'belief, Ye Shall Find." .i ',: -)
.arguments must be presented '. 'S. ;
in writing.Fisheating is always welcome in this church. I The C. E. Society meets on .. .':" ," ETC. .w, :
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CHURCH Monday at 7:30 p. m. Lee Pridgeu -', 'M
is president and Dick Pattersonis ., .
Channel The Friendly Church the program leader. At low
a price surprisingly
REV. H. G. McLeROY, Pastor :

Nears CompletionMoore
Sunday school 9:45, a. m., B.

E. Herring, superintendent. /"

( Haven Democrat) Morning worship 11:00 a. m. BLEGAL

A telegram to the Democrat this Sermon by pastor. The subject will :p :ii = '. .
). week from Senator Claude Pepper be "Blessed Mourners.

1, is to the effect that he has been Training worship 11:00: a. m.,

j notified by the district United States Arch Hodges director.

Engineer that work on the opening Evening 'worship 8:00 p. m. NOTICES Quality Printing

) of Fisheating Creek to the Lake I Sermon by pastor.Intermediate .
G.. A's. meet Mon\
\will be completed this week. I
The engineers have had a drag. day at 3:30 with Mrs.\ McLeroy.
Sunbeams meet at the church jsoiicn I--------- j
n.eat work for several weeks clean-
Davis is- in -------i ,.
\tagout the hyacinths and growthr Monday 3:30 Mrs. In compliance with Section 305
Compiled General Laws of Florida,
the creek channel, and removing charge. notice is hereby given that the Boardof _
portion of a sand bar in order Monthly business meeting of W. County Commissioners of Hendry :

the current from the Creek M. ,S. Tuesday at 3:30 at the County following, :Florida election, has officers appointed for each the PHONE ,39 AND i

of the precincts of Hendry County,
_n Florida, to hold a primary election on OUR REPRESENTATIVEWILL
\ May 7. 1940
Precinct One (J) Clcwl- ton: '
K. Harris, Clerk. CALL TO ASSIST YOll ;
A Lawrence Louise Mlllei, Louise ,
Hare. Inspectors.
Robert George, Special Deputy.

Be Sure To Register Polling Precinct placeCity Two (2) East Hall.*LnRcIlet .. -:,.:.: :, _. -
Mrs. M. J. Bush, Clerk. "
Mrs Alice C. Hall. Mrs. E. E. "' :
Edwards, Theodore Yeomans, Insp c- ,
---"'.- 'ty registration books close. at midnight! April HO. All tors. ; LET US ESTIMATE ON
M. F, Yeomans Special Deputy. ,',: ,J
cents of Ilendry count who are eligible to vote are Polling place: Newcomb ,Bakery .. -:::' "
Precinct Three (3) West I.nBclIc: : ,YOUR NEXT ORDER
'l to fulfill their duties American citizens. and cast R. J. Moon Clerk. 4
J. II. Booth, Bva Grantham Ella Y
\ / ballot. in tho coming democratic primaries-:May 7, Carson, Inspectors.
I h Kill ManningSpecial Deputy
\ ;28 Store.
Polling place; Giconning1
\) Precinct Four ( I) Dcunidlj6
; ., first of all, be sure you are properly registered. If R. M. Burchard, Clerk. ,
S. C. Blackburn, J. L. Smith Joe
.:. ;n":'\*doubt about this consult the supervisor of legislation. Crews, Inspectors.
.a Rosse May. Special Deputy.
yG + ''John L. Hall, at the courthouse in LaBelle. Polling place: Duval Garage. .CLEWISTONNEWS .
Y Precinct Five. (") Fclda: :
\ : Hendry County Democratic Executive J.W. B.G.Thomas Evans, Clerk C. O. Willis, W. H. ,

Waldrop, Inspectors.
lH.. Perry Special Deputy. I
1 Committee Polling place: Hollands Corner.
Chairman Board of Countv ';

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Mrs. O. M. Ruff of Atlanta arriv- MRS. PLANK IS HONORED Election Officials :
ed Friday to spend a few days with WITH SHOWER FRIDAYMrs. .

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson. The Listed This Week > .
Donald Plank who before
r[ PersonalsDr. .J .-
Wilsons and their guest spent Sun- her marriage on Easter afternoonwas The physics class made an in- ,
day in Miami. .
teresting trip this week to the
Miss Adrienne Schuler, was The board of county commis-
of the United
honoree at a delighful miscellaneous research laboratory sioners at the mid-month meeting ':
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Chadwickand
States Corporation where
shower given by Mrs. C. M. Baker Sugar a Tuesday prepared the list of clerks,
J. M. Morqus of Arcadiawas son, Wayne, of Tampa will arrIve number of scientific J methods of ''
and Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff at the inspectors and special deputies who
a business visitor here Monday.H. tomorrow to spend the soil ,
and cane testing '
testing sugar :
home of the latter on Friday afternoon will serve at the precinct polling
week-end with Mr. and Mis. W. the students.
were explained to for the 7 :
( places May primary. /It
T. Frierson spent the week-end H. Lanier. Mrs. Chadwick and They found it very interesting.A .
visiting his sister in Fort Myers.Mr. Mrs. Lanier are sisters.Mr. Several contests provided enter- Five officials will serve in each

tainment and prizes were awardedto benefit bridge and Michigan I precinct one clerk, three Inspec-,

and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg and Mrs. H. R. Hall and Mrs. Kennen ,Swayne, Mrs. W. party will be held in the new school tors and a' deputy, and there arc ,' ,

spent the week-end in Hollywood.Mr. Mrs. A. Thomas Gardhouse motoredto J. Robison and Mrs. C. W. Simmons.A auditorium Friday April 26 'at 8 five precincts in the county. :.

Miami Sunday. Mrs. Hall and shower of pretty and useful o'clock, the proceeds to go to the The official list as submitted by 1

and Mrs. A. C. Carlton spent Mrs. Gardhouse remaining for a household gifts were presented to school library. Tickets are being ',, the board appears elsewhere in ,> s

Sunday at Fort Myers; Beach. few days visit before Mrs. Gard- Mrs. Plank, and opened and dis- sold at fifty cents each and the this issue of the New.s as a legal ,JJ

house returned to her home in played to the guests. merchants of the community have II!'I' notice. i' ?

Mrs. Maude Hare spent the week- Louisville, Ky. Sandwiches, cake and punch were donated prizes for the winners. ,,..

end visiting friends in West Palm served by the hostesses to Mrs. Tickets are numbered and a nice ,J1.
B. Owen
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Beach. Arthur King, Mrs. Leslie C. Miller, prize will be awarded to the holder Is Your Subscription Paid? ':"
are parents of a baby son, ,
Mrs. F. W. Dykes, Miss Hortense of the lucky number whether ;d
born in the Fort Pierce hospitalon .
was .
Frank L. Hammett of Orlandowas Collins, Mrs. M. C. Doke, Mrs. present or not. Refreshments will ;' i
9th. Mrs. Owens and
Orville Strayhorn, Mrs. J. L. be served. -
business visitor here Tues-
a the baby are at the home of her
Mc-I -- ::,:
Daniel, Mrs. Arch Hodges,
day. mother, Mrs. C. R. Beauchamp in The Spanish Club at a meeting MECHANICAL ,
Alex McGowan, Mrs. Floyd STRUCTURAL ;:
Okeechobee, for a few weeks. Tuesday made final plans for the ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS ',.:
Hanna, Mrs- M. A. Thomas, Mrs.C. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Ed L. Hayes, jr. Arroz Con Polo dinner which will .,
Nelson, Mrs. Clarence Krueger, Maps Estimates , have returned from a visit to NewYork
Mrs. R. L. Merritt, who has spent take place next week for club mem-
Mrs. L. H. Jones, Mrs. Jimmie Wil- JOHN H. DOTY r
the, winter here with her, son-in- bers only.
son, Mrs. Kennen Swayne, Mrs. H. ':
law and daughter, Mr.' and Mrs. Addresses of Spanish. High School Engineering Consultant :'y
E. Trice, Mrs. C. W. Simmons, .
Mrs. Robert L. Murray'of Belle V. C. Woodward, left yesterdayfor students in Puerto Rico, Peru. Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla. !
Mrs. W. H. Warren, Mrs. CJ..
Glade was a visitor here Thurs- her home in Sparta'Ga. Mrs. Central America and other countries
Lovvorn, Miss Virginia Lawhon, '
day. Woodward accompanied her mother have been secured by class ;nem-
Miss Marcia Avant, Mrs. Hubert
and will remain in Sparta for bers and a correspondence with Fe ,
sever-j I A. Land, Mrs. H. E. Walker, Miss .
N. C. Storey and Pete Moltz of al weeks. I them is planned.The .
II I| Lois and Miss Hazel Price, Mrs

Miami Clewiston were yesterday.business visitors in GARDEN CLUB ATTENDS: E. M. Cornette, Mrs. A. R. Broad- biology class made a trip Johnson's Fish Camp ,
I ALLDAYtEETING: IN MIAMIA foot, Mrs. H. G. McLeroy Mrs. W. Monday to the ,Osceola Farms six I t"

J. Robinson, Mrs. Ed Schane, Mrs. miles east of Clewiston to view (Near Hurricane Gate)

Miss Elizabeth McCloud of La- from the Clewiston W. R. Broadrick, Mrs. Herman the variety of plants and birds to I Clewiston, Fla.
Belle spent Tuesday in Clewiston Garden' Club accepted an invitation Davis, Miss Mozelle 'Wheeler, Belle be, seen there. Many plants from i Boats and Motors-GuIde Service '

on business.Mr. i from the North Miami Garden Club Glade, Mrs. A. D. Dixon, Miss foreign countries were seen at "ell 'I Rates Reasonable .

Florine Moore, Miss Evelyn and as native plants of all kinds and
and Mrs. Fred Henriksenleft i to attend an all-day meeting and W. H. Johnson, ,, Mgr.
Miss Dorothy Hare and Mrs. ,A. W. in the orange groves parrots and
luncheon in Miami At-
this week for a, month's stayin [
Schuler Lake Harbor.
pheasants were to be seen. The trip
tending from Clewiston were Mrs
Hot Springs, Ark. I
Willard Simpson, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, was a most enjoyable one.
Mrs. Mrs. Elbert Scientifically; Broken Lenxen
Mr. and Mrs., W. T. Maddox of Josephine MEETING TUESDAYMrs. The Senior Play, "Those Lovely r
Stewart, Mrs. H. ''Kolstad, Mrs. Fitted and Repaired DuplicatedDR.
LaBelle were visiting in ,Clewiston CI| Ladies" will be presented a:; the .
Tuesday.Mrs. Leah Spicer, Mrs. W.' C. Owen, Mrs. R. H. Knight was installedas high school auditorium next Wed- FD. GUDBAUROptometrist .

W. L. Lott Mrs. R. N. Smith Mrs.
president of the Parent' Teacher nesday night at eight o'clock. Admission -

Otto Larsen, Mrs. Kent' Pendleton, Association at the regular meeting ,
Ruth B. Owens was a visitorin is fifteen and thirtyfivecents Phone 108. 5 Collier{' Arcndc -
Mrs. R.f.. Bishop, Mrs. J. F. held Tuesday afternoon in the new %
Okeechobee and is
: Wednesday eve- everyone urged to attend Fort Mjcr, Florida '
ning. Morrison, Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, school auditorium. Other officers, '
Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. W. W. all of whom were present for installation I Successor to K. H. Oakley -

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Doty, and Perry, Mrs. H. H. Turner, Mrs. O. are Mrs. J. J. Graham,

Miss Maxine Doty were visitorsin A. Jones and Mrs. E. E. Kelly. vice-president, Mrs. Floyd E. Hanna,

West Palm Beach Saturday.Mr. secretary, Mrs. Robert N. Smith,
treasurer and Mrs. 'A. R. Broadfoot, II

and Mrs.: George A. Yon and i historian.

baby son of South Bay spent Sun- Mae Palmer was hostess to Installation was conducted by CLEWISTONI.I. .

day afternoon here with friends. members of her bridge club Wed- Mrs. J. H. Doty, retiring president, T

nesday evening at her home in the who first led the membership in I ,

Yon Apartments. .Lingerie was pledging loyalty and cooperation. to
Mr. and Mrs., C. L. McLendon
week's awarded Mrs. Blanche Turner, who the new officers in their years'
have returned' fom a two -
visit in' New York City. won first prize, and a pair of pillow- work. I' .'

cases to Mrs. Campbell Nell who sAt" the business meeting C. E.

Herbert Blate of Jacksonville wasa won second prize.. Miner explained a system for cooperative -
business visitor in Clewiston Tues- A' delicious salad plate was ser- vocational guidance for

day and Wednesday.Mr. ved at refreshment time by the high school pupils, which he heard

hostess.' Playing were Mrs. Turner, discussed in detail at the recent

and Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff Mrs. Nail, Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, meeting of the state association of

spent Sunday visiting relatives In Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs.V.. H. school board members. The local

Okeechobee.Mrs. Lanier, Mrs. Roy Alston' and Mrs. P.-T. A. went on record as favoring

R. C. Nowling. such a 'system and pledging sup-

''R. J. Lee and children spent port to any movement to introduceit '
the week-end at Fort Myers Beach. in the Clewiston school.,
:Mr. Lee drove down for them Sun- I The work of the. newly installed

day. I health unit was explained by Miss
Enjoying an afternoon Sundayat
Elizabeth McCloud, county nurse.
the Pendleton Farm Alva
sMrs. M. J. Hirsch left Thursdayfor near Several announcements were "
were the Rev. and Mrs. Kent
a visit with her daughter in made, including a' card party for
Pendleton Mr. RN..
and Mrs.
West Palm Beach. Mr. Hirsch is the benefit of the school library, ,
Smith, Bobbie and Howard Smith >
spending several weeks in Ba'rtow.Mr. to he given on the 26th, the senior F.. A'
Miss Florence and Sally Graham,
play on the, 24th, a junior dance
and Mrs J. R. Mr. and Mrs. Miles, Thomas and and )i
Deadwjler of for which the date was not set

West Palm Beach spent the week- Carolyn Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. I. a probable P-TA benefit cake walk : '
end here with Mrs. Deadwyer's D. Leydig, Mrs. F.V.. DeLozier, I later in the month. West Palm < ,

parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Bell. Billy and Marion DeLozier, Miss "

,- Marion Leydig, Mrs. Leah Spicer, LIBRARY BENEFIT PARTY ,- .

Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hare, jr. and Mr. and ,Mrs. John H. Doty, Willard
A benefit card party, sponsored
and Miss Maxine
son, Ronald, have returned from Doty.
by the school library will be givenin
Fort Myers: Beach, where they spenta Tuesday"'Morning
the school auditorium Friday
two weeks' vacation.
J.M. COUSECounselor evening, April 26, at 8 o'clock.

Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Sr., is making
Mrs. 0- L. Russum has returnedto .
and Attorney at Lnw arrangements for the party, which 23rd. 8:15-8:30 a.m.
Clewiston after a visit of several April
Hopkins Building I will include bridge, and Michigan.
weeks with friends and
relativesin I
Wednesday and Saturdays All tickets are numbered and a
9:80 to 4:00 I drawing- : for___ the door prize will beheld
r ,:
------ ------ at the the ticket '
party winning : Sponsored by Montgomery Ward and Co.
will receive whether the
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Paty Speaks Program To .Be Broadcast by Remote

NotwIthstanding j
(Continued from Page 1) Control From In Front Of Clewiston Inn
ISI "I for real conservation department
}. .. am a -
and the complete restocking -
of our waters with fish and Several ,,leading citizens will be interviewed -
h the woodlands with game."I .

'!: We have listed four best will do everything within my Plantation '
double size :s: power to see that the Everglades by, the announcer and the

*.. residential corners in Clewiston at . ':2.j.;: national would park recommend is completed."I to the. legis- Choral Singers will give several numbers ,

.s. lature that they go to proven tax / I
; $500 sources to match federal funds for ,
:h.: $550 $600 $650 :s;%: old age pensions."I )

A .. think that the governor'b

t: Titles Approved Immediate Delivery 4f power to remove duly elected of '

cials should' be circumscribed Ii-I

hv ., severe would limitations."I pay .our teachers first Montgomery Ward & Co.

; and the workers in all these bureaus -

_= J. E. Beardsley =i= last. First and Olive West Palm Beach ,,'

"I would put men on the road .

:;= REAL board who would see to it that
South Florida gets a fair deal and :

.t: JI\I.\ BEARD9LEY ART LAWRENCE f some decent roads." I TUNE IN TO 1200 ON YOUR DIAL '
The talk here was very 'brief and :
BETTY SPICER MILDRED DURST .s. after visiting a few minutes Mr.

\ f I Paty continued on to LaBelle where
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BY LIRA LARRIMORE I .1 costly things *!


SYNOPSIS to stand beside Gay. Moonlight lay Gay ignored the question. She Here, let me take it." She unknotted tody. .

on the clearing in front of the cabin, turned the brushes arranged with the scarf and wadded it aroundthe And now Know

Charming, wealthy Gabriella (Gay for marked the path sloping down a precision on the pine top of the handle of the pot. "Does it hurt you
short) Graham, engaged to Todd Janeway., gentle grade to the edge of the lake. chest. There were no monograms. terribly, Kate?" the reason why
returns to a cabin in the Maine woods accompanied Beyond the water stretched silver- "There's the closet," Kate "I'll "
by a friend Kate Oliver. The suggested probably survive. Kate I have to
Idea of a stay at the cabin occurred to her gray, motionless, barely distinguishable flapped her injured hand. So the
death when she of her received godfather a key to Uncle it following John La\v-the I from the land. Gay turned from the mirror, key-note was to be simplicity, she dress this s sWay

rence. The two girls notice immediatelythat "I'm going to like this place," she walked quickly halfway across the thought, considering Gay's appear- .
someone has been. and probably is, said, breaking the silence. room and opened a door. Kate, following ance with a quizzically lifted brow.

living Gay knows in the the cabin.identity Kate of the suspects mysterious that "Of course you are." Gay's voice tipped the shade of the lampso She wore a dark wool skirt, a white fCArt'1!

occupant. was hushed, as though the serenityof that the light shone directly into wool jumper, ghillies and white an-
the scene before her had stilled the closet. A brown tweed suit, a gora socks. She had brushed her

CHAPTER I-Continued her excitement. "I've never liked top-coat, two pairs of khaki trousers, red-brown hair into a softly curling
tan pajamas striped in wine-color; halo tied with blue ribbon.
any place I've ever been as well. a bright WNU Service.
a wool dressing-gown which had
Her face had a scrubbed and shin-
Kate did not question her sincerity.
"I shall forget. Kate removed service dark
never seen a sweater with ing look. The freckles her
her hat. "When I'm eighty, It was curious, though she re- ; a letter stitched to the heavy rib-
nose, undisguised by powder were
I'll tell grand-nieces and neph- flected. She would not have sup- in from the
my bing, hung a row hooks.A young and endearing. Kate smiled."Isn't .
ews, the reason your old auntie an posed that Gay would find pleasurein tan felt hat rested where it had "
the lip-stick out, of key? she
invalid, my dears, is because once the silence of the woods. Gay, been flung on the shelf above, and asked.
upon a time she drove twenty miles she had thought, loved gaiety, on the floor below a pair of brown "
lights the theater, supper-clubs, "It points the contrast. Gay, unabashed -
Maine. ,
along a road in the state of oxfords stood beside brown leather
No, I couldn't," she concluded. "I'd dancing, moving from one scene of moccasins laced with thongs. Noth- returned Kate's smile."
rather face unknown terrors than festivity to another with her smart ing here, surely, Kate thought, and "The coffee smells marvelous. She
jounce over those twenty miles again young intimates. Her visits at was about to voice the thought in poured the dark brown liquid into I
"Dunedin," her brief stays at herfather's words.A cups from the picnic-hamper arranged TUXEDOS-FROCKSDIIS
( tonight. with plates and forks and FULL DRESS with Striped Trousers,
I "Idiot!" town house, were quite ob- sound held her silent, a quickly Complete AccessorisTO
viously motivated by duty and en- spoons on the low table beside the Ocea.
: drawn breath audibly and RENTforW.ddingsandallFormal
; Gay was placing the fluted china slowly hearth. for detaia
1 shade on the lamp. She was lovely- dured with boredom. She had given exhaled. Gay's hand touched the M.STEIN&CO,1714 L SL N.W..Washington.
(r every indication of preferring to be "Does it? I hadn't noticed." Kate
As Kate watched
sweater. her fore-
looking, Kate thought, feeling as she ,
returned to the foot-stool. "I can'tsmell
I with her mother and step-father on
T frequently felt when she consciously BABY CHICKS
Long Island, at their apartment in anything except that perfume.It's .
J considered Gay's features and color-
the city, in Florida or Bermuda, now certainly off-key."
, ing 'a ,slight shock of surprise and WOODLAWN quality CHICKS
; "
, that cut dividends and deflated val- "No it isn't. Gay pulled an arm
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striking up into her face accentedthe -
She Kate had I self bit into sandwich.
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"Dunedin" late in June until three land heather. I bought it especially Rocks or W. Wyandottes 1.95 3.98 '6.95 l
of her brows above her long, very Buff Rocks or Orpingtons..1.95 398 6.95
days ago when she had turned up for the occasion. N. H. Reds or S. L. Wyan's 2.13 4.25 7.45:
deep blue eyes. Certain endearing White ........ .
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. flaws redeemed her face from the there and had proposed this trip to Kate madg. a.derisive gesture. "It Hy. breeds, asst. (broilers) 1.88 3.75 6.45
1 Maine. breathes of Fifth Avenue and the Silver Wh. Giants or L. Brahmas 2.75 5.50 9.95
still perfection of authentic beauty, Hy. brd. pullets or cock'r'ls 2.35 4.75 8.45
the straight thick lashes, the dust- What had happened the summershe'd Room at,the Ritz. "AAA" wh. Leghorn pullets 3.75 6.7512.50

ing of freckles across her nose, her spent here to make so lastingan "Maybe you're right," Gay said Br.Discounts Leghorns on Shipments or Anconas of 2.13 500 or 4.25 More 7.45

wide, sweetly curved mouth, the impression upon Gay? Why,' amicably. "I adore hamburgers. WOODLAWN HATCHERIES
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way her eyes narrowed and crinkled after six years, should she have Toasting them was an inspiration.I'm .
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when she smiled .
-- "Do you'lknow\ what ihink?" Kate Kate's thought continued as Gay, But she ate scarcely anything. She LH'ICKS''Assortedheaviesblood-$390

said darkly. standing beside her, remained si- was listening, waiting, Kate thought, Send Money Order No culls.for Prompt 100 postpaid ShipmentLive

."I'm breathless Gay said lent. She spoke frequently, and with preoccupied with heaven only knew Delivery Guaranteed
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through a mouthful of apple. called "Uncle John her god-father tions. The continuing ripple of irrelevant
i -
"Those jars and the smell in the
there." Kate gestured."I her father's life-long friend, who iI1II \ comment ,was a smoke- KNITTING YARNSFree
room over
had, at his death, left the cabin to screen deliberately raised. In the
think he's mad genius inventinga
a her. Kate, remembered him very intervals of silence when she lay style album-73 fashions-1001 sam-
to annihilate the ples. Tremendous Peter Pan,
poison savings.
world." gas well. He'd had a brilliant mind and I back in the chair, her arms crossed 361 Grand St., Dept A. P.A., New York.
great charm of manner. She knew under her head, Kate observed her
"Can I depend on that?" Gay that Gay's father had not under- warily. She was excited. That was WELDING OUTFITS

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would be a let-down to discover that been content remain the Dean ofa in .
her face repose reflected some WELDING OUTFITS $S27.73 ELECTRIC
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She bit again into the apple. "Our Maine when wider and more remunerative "Don't you th4'1kshe began

cabin-mate reads," she observed. opportunities were con- and stopped short. There were

"That's encouraging," Kate saidas stantly being offered him. That was sounds outside the cabin, an expir- SALESMENIT'S

Gay picked up a book which lay explained at his death. Dr. Law- Tipped the'shade of the lamp so ing exhaust, a motor suddenly silenced HOT! Big repeater with plenty immedIate -

face-down_ upon the couch.: _"Your rence had- had- a- serious- .heart- con- that the light shone directlyinto a brake jerked on, a door .and Sells repeat to every commissions.type retail No Investment dealer-
home is known by the books you dition which had restricted his ac the closet. resoundingly slammed. Kate, watch- and service station. Sales kit free. Hurry:
tivities. Universal,222'2 D ive rseyD ept.C11Chicago.lCLOTHING I
own. What is it? ing Gay, saw her start forward,
; "Something about hormones." "It's the harvest moon, isn't it?" finger tipped with an almondpinknail saw the bright trembling expectancy -

r Gay stood looking quizzically down Gay stirred with a rousing motionat traced the letter stitched to unrelieved by humor or bravado

I at the book in her hand. Kate's side. the ribbing. which, for an instant, illuminatedher '

j. "Hormones!1" Kate repeated, then "About half of it," Kate replied."It She turned after a moment. face. Then, conscious Kate's DRESSES CLOTHING IOe, COATS BARGAINS 40c, SHOES, 25e' ,
i. lowering her voice dramatically should be full toward the end of intent and somewhat disconcertedgaze SKIRTS IOe. PANTS 45c. SUITS $305.
"A completely anonymous per- Send for FREE BARGAIN SHEET. DIXIE
I "Gay! He's planning the perfect the week. son," she said and closed the door. she slowly relaxed. Composure MAIL ORDER, Dept. X, Station B, N.Y.C.,
murder. He's one of those educated "I hadn't counted on that." Gay But Kate was not deceived. The slipped like a mask across her

criminals you read about with a laughed and slipped her arm com- gesture of the finger with the pink- face. She sat back in the chair.. ROSE BUSHES

keen analytical mind. A doctor, per- panionably through Kate's-arm. "I tipped nail had been very revealing.If "Arriving in a cloud of dust," she

haps, who-" wasn't thinking of moons. It's nice she had not known before, Kate said, her voice only a little shaken, ROSESSEND

, "A doctor-?" Gay's altered voice when the sun shines, too." thought, again both concerned and her eyes turning from 'Kate to the $1.00 FOR 10 EVERBLO -MING.

'. arrested Kate's attention. She "I'm sure it is," Kate said. "Feel- amused, Gay knew now, at least, door. 2 field white.grown Postpaid.plants: 3 ROSE red. 3 pink.HILL 2 FARM yellow,,

. glanced quickly toward the couch at ing as cool as I feel now was who was here. "Mud, which must certainly spoil BOX L, TYLER TEXAS.
: the far side of the hearth. Gay's worth the trip." the effect." Kate rose from the foot-

f eyes were lowered over .the book. "I thought you'd like it. You understand CHAPTER II stool. "Well, let us be brave. Me, Real Freedom

She was turning pages with a quick now, don't you, why I I feel braver,standing." She walkedto

i r'; fluttering motion of her fingers : wanted to come?" She couldn't force Gay to tell her. the end of the hearth and stood The only freedom which deserves -

'.._ through the leaves. Kate heard a Kate was silent for a moment. Kate regarded with satisfaction a leaning against the chimney, her the name is that of pur-,

sound like a quickly drawn breath, Then, "Not entirely," she said. bun on a long toasting-fork which arm on the low mantel shelf. 'suing our own good in our own
:faint but authentic."No On the radio a baritone sang melt- way, so long as we do not attemptto
She knew that the meaning be- she held over the bed of embers in
of a rendezvous on the Isle of deprive others of theirs
? she asked ingly or
name as Gay hind the'words was perfectly clearto the fireplace. She would be obligedto '
Capri. Through the music came the impede their efforts to obtain it.-
lifted her .
eyes."Nothing. Gay. The brief intimacy was I bear with her curiosity until the -
." The sound had been shattered. Gay withdrew her arm. owner of'the' sweater appeared. He I sound of a door explosively opened, Mill

authentic, Kate thought. Gay had She was not resentful now, though, was taking his time about it. She resolute footsteps thudding across
floor. Kate's
kitchen turned
made a discovery. as she had been when Kate had first and Gay had unpacked the rumble, the eyes'

Gay's eyes were, presently, aware questioned her motives. of the coupe. They had found a can from Gay's(TO BE profile CONTINUED to the )door. OUT OF SORTS?

of Kate. They dropped self-con- "Come along," she said, laugh- of kerosene beside the back steps

sciously before Kate's questioning Ing, that shaken note of excitement and had filled and lit every lamp in Reveals Here Is Amazing Relief of
glance. She placed the book on the trembling in her voice. "We have the cabin. They had brought two Building Survey Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels

couch, tossed the remains of the things to do. There are stones we pails of water up from the lake. American Idea of Home )foft:/::'f favneJtill>ou think;laiativca!
laf/tt&!:' :/ 1I1J act alike just try this
apple into the fire."Let's have left unturned." Preparations for a late supper were fjl';jear1!"IBJTB.Br all vegetable laxative.
When suggest owning
a new
well under and still he you So mild thorough, refreshing, invigorating. Dependable
investigate further, she Gay walked directly to a closed way, now, home to the average American, he relief from sick headaches bilious spells
said, after a moment. Her voice door in the wall opposite the kitchenat had not appeared. or ,she thinks in terms of a house tired feeling when associated with constipation.
was only a little shaken but the the far end of the room. Gay was in the room which she'd costing less than $6,000, and con- Without Risk P druggist.*a 25c Make the NR test from then

peach-colored flush deepened and "This is the master-bedroom," called the master-bedroom chang- templates between 10 and 15 yearsto U not delighted return the box to us. We will ?

her eyes were very bright. she said and opened the door. ing her clothes. She'd gotten her- pay off the debt. I refund price. That'the purchase fair.

_ "That's a sensible idea," Kate Kate followed her into the room. self pretty wet bringing water up These are some of the things that Get NR Tablets today.

said serenely. "Leave no stone un- It was considerably larger than the from the lake. Was it deliberate? the committee on trends of the United -

turned. Here, I'll carry that," she room off the kitchen and more com- Kate wondered, not without just rea- I States Savings and Loan league
added as Gay turned to take the fortably furnished. The lamplight, son for suspicion. What effect was has learned from a questionnaireon WNU-7 16-40

lamp from the table. bright where she stood, fading into she creating, now, before the mir- public attitudes. Surveys were Work
Gay did not demur. She walkedto shadows at the rim of the cone ror above the chest of drawers? made of 'the attitudes of people se-

one of the doors leading onto the of light, disclosed a built-in bed at She sounded very blithe and gay. lected at random, including 5 per Princes and lords are but the

porch, opened it, stepped out into each end of the room. The mattressof Her voice, sweet and husky, influ cent factory workers, 7 per cent breath of kings, "An honest man'sthe
darkness. Kate followed with the. one was covered with newspapersand enced, no doubt, by the night-club proprietors of businesses, 20 per noblest work of God."-Burns.

lamp. The screened porch which : upon it lay paper-wrapped bun- singer who was the latest enthusiasm cent housewives, 16 par cent profes-

extended across the front of the cab- dles which might contain bedding.The of Gay and her intimates, sional workers and 12 per cent sales-

. in disclosed nothing of importance. other, beneath windows which floated out through the open door. men and miscellaneously employed 1
There were built-in bunks at either. overlooked the porch, was obviously She was singing with the radio. others.

end covered with blankets and tar- prepared for use. Between the windows Appropriate, Kate thought. Whew! Results of the last six years em- with backache ?

paulins. There were fiber rugs, a in the 'side wall on a squareof A smell of scorching recalled her phasis by government agencies on .

table, chairs. The glass windows scenic linoleum stood a small attention to the bun. She removedit the monthly repayment home mort-

above the bunks were lowered but stove with a length of jointed pipe. from the fork, placed it withthree gage, which is a century-kid heri- WHEN kidneys function badly and

the front of the porch stood opento "That looks familiar," Kate said. others on a plate keeping warm on tage from the savings and loan in- suffer a nagging backache,

the night. Kate followed Gay's "It's called a chunk-stove, in case the hearth. The coffee was boilingover. stitutions, show prominently in the with frequent dizziness urination burning and,getting scanty or too at

heels, clicking with a muffled soundon you're interested. There's one i in Kate rose from the footstoolon survey. Nine out of every 10 per- night; when you feel, tired, nervous up: ,
the rugs, more sharply on the the rectory ,study at home." which she sat and bent forwardto sons would prefer an amortizedmortgage all upset. use Doan's Pil s.

floor between, stopped when she Gay gave no evidence of, being' lift the pot from the bed of em- in financing their homes. Doan's are especially for poorly
stopped at the long table in the cen- interested in the stove. She stood bers. Pale brown bubbles foamed The league committee points out working kidneys. Millions of boxesare

ter of the porch. looking down at the top of a low down over her hand. The exclama- that before the depression only those used every year. They are recom-

"The rain is over," Gay said. chest of drawers. Kate approachedwith tion she gave, sharp and unstudied, who were borrowing money from the mended the country over. Ask your
"Nice weather tomorrow." the lamp. stopped the singing. Gay came into thrift and home financing institu- neighbor!

Kate looked out through the "He shaves," she said, makingnote the room knotting a scarf around tions-about one-third of all the

screening. The yellow glow of lamp- of a razor-case, a shaving her neck. mortgagors-were making steady

light blurred her vision. She placedthe brush, a wooden soap-bowl. "Do "Salty language, my friend," she payments to reduce their debt on

lamp on the table and returned you suppose he'dresses for dinner?" said. ""Oh, you've.burned your hand. the home.

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FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1040

Stallions .......... 100 121 152 Weaver ......._. 131 131 114 the ,
accepted social -
Haven Wins usage whichin
Top Total.......... 574 695 697 Lawrence ........ 134 154 98
official circles
___ quite compli-
U. S. S. C. Office Parkinson u 107 143 121
Dummy......... 92 cated. Her favorite diversion as
Von Mach .. 151 127 157
Place In. Pin TourneyMERCHANTS :; Ezelle .............. 90 167 Senator's wife, ,she stated, was the
Bestor .........._. 151! 125 88
Shelley......... 143 93 111 Total.......... 612 646 644 Senator's wives club, presided over

J Crochet .......... 136 130 145 by Mrs. John N. Garner. This

HOLD SECOND office team stands a chance of going Bigg ................ 127 129 94 Senator AndrewsContinued club is most informal, meets oncea
ahead of him in his remaining Total.......... 708 604 595IOOl.e week and uses its time to sew for
match Monday night against Moore ( from Page 1) the Red Cross or to do other such

The Moore Haven entry in the Haven. Player 1st Haven 2nd Total tirely familiar with the urgent need i charity work. The meetings were .

local bowling league won first placein Closest match of the week was Settle ..___.......138 138 276 for expansion of the industry in the likened eons of to the the covered dish lunch-

the tournament which ends Mon- the match on the Moore Haven Couse :............ 185 199 374 Everglades, and stated that aftera said Mrs. average Florida town

day night by defeating Royal's alleys Monday "night between that Bowden .......... 132 132 long fight the varying sugar interests taking turns Andrews, the members'
team and the Merchants. The Mer- Vorhees .......... 116 116 -beet and cane growersofcontinental in preparing: the
team two games out of three in a covered dishes of food and taking
chants lost two out of three games Hardy .........._. 168 129 297 United States were coordinating them from their
match last night. They needed only by narrow margins and had they Flanders .....u. 116 1,16 their efforts more effi- meetingplace.J. homes ,to the
one game to cinch first place. The won all three would have stood a ciently and that he believed In the
Dowd ............. 144 144 E. Beardsley
third game of the match was for- good chance of easing into first Total........... 739 727 1565 near future they would be ableto the Kiwanis Club, introduced president the of
feited by agreement by the Moore place. There was a fourteen pin produce results in the form of
in the first Royals distinguished guests, who were
difference in the scores
mix- increasing quotas.
Haven team when there
was a '
Player 1st. 2nd Total given an ovation by those attend-
up in the hour for the match and game and five pins in the third McLaughlin... 96 161 257F. Senator Andrews stated that he ing.
gameThe .second game was a had voted against. the
the visitors arrived for the nine Holin'worth 136 103 139 reciprocal
o'clock match instead of the 7:30 walkaway for the Merchants by tariff, although it was one of the NEW COUNTY AGENT"FOR
Stallins ..........126 102 228
match which had been arranged.The 89 pins. I Democratic party's pet measures, GLADES COUNTY
Driggers ._........ 140 137 277
first three places are 'now The standings including last I because it worked a hardship on
I Dummy ...._.....116 116 232
occupied by Moore Haven, Mer- night's matches: the winter'vegetable growers of (Moore Haven Democrat)
Total .......... 614 619 1233
chants and High School in the order Team W. L. Pct. Florida. He stated that he has F. D. Yaun of Bristol, Liberty

named and only the fourth place Moore Haven ............' 31 8 .799 made efforts to have some leniency county, will arrive here sometime

position stands any chance of alter- Merchants .................. 29 13 .690 Realty' exercised in the administration of next week to take over his new
Bell _.........._.... 189 173 132
ation by the closing matches Mon- High School............... 28 14 ..667C. 11'3 the tariff regulations which may duties as county agricultural agent
Wilson ..__....:.. 136 124
day night. At that time Clewiston R. and D. ............ 18 21 .483 : alleviate its burdens on Florida for Glades county. His appoint-
Small ........_...__ 136 126 103
Realty meets the Commissary team Royal's ........................ 20 22 .481 growers. ment by the State Extension Service
Holstine ......... 125129 .128
and the loss of one of the three U. S. S. C .......-....... 16 23 .410 : Mrs. Andrews made an entertaining is effective Monday, April 22.
Swayne .......... 92 93:; 140
games will put them in a tie for Commissary............... 11 28 .282 talk describing the social cus- Mr. Yaun is a youngman, gra-
,fourth place with Royals. .... Total..........678 634 627 toms of official Washington. She duated just six from
C. of C. .................... 9 33 .211 years ago the
The Chamber of Commerce pulleda individual Chamber of Commerce told of the responsibilities of a College of Agriculture, Universityof
The first ten high ....._.... ... 148 < 128 144
surprise last night by taking two averages figured through Monday Ward ; Senator's wife to correctly follow Florida: at Gainesville.

out of three from the Realty. team
nights matches are as follows:
but the effort was not great enoughto Brantley, High School, 151.4; Ward,
lift them from the cellar
position. C. of C., 151.4; Markette, Mer- -
Ud ward, of the C of u YOUUHA"Eu"
captain chants, 149.8; Von Mach, U. S. S. ,I

team the who school was team tied for with first Brantleyof placein C.144.8V'aters, 147.9; Holstine, High, C.School R. ,and'142.9 D.;, DO UBLE ON HillS ?

individual failed to !
averages Dowd, Moore Haven, 142.8; Kolstad,
bowl his 151.4 and wentto
average Commissary, 142.2; Settle, Moore
second place. Markette of the
Haven, 141.0; Stallions, Royals, _
Merchant's team is in third place 140.2. .
but Von Mach of the U. S. S. C. I II
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Wilcox .........Merchant... 147 152' 112 j T Ttaao

Logan .............. 131* 132 _
gin a /zopp& 1IZtUZ... Martin ............ 101* 175 :.ra

Kelly .__........... 171 161 124

Markette ........ 163 213 '166 ,

Schroeder ........ 135

George ............ 123 Suo

Total.......... 718 784 709 < !
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Moore Haven 5552

S Settle .............. 164 136 120 7 +

) Couse .............. 155 111 7'

Bowden .......... 134 116 135
Dowd ............ 124 *' 154 __

Hardy .__......... 155 202 1'65 _I _

Vorhees .......... 130 140

Total .......?. 732 '.695714
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Wilson ...._.....144 101 127 %q .,'

Bell ................ 139 185 155 .

Swayne ........ 145 129 97 \ I )F: "

Holstine. .._....... 147 '159 150 .
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/f Small .............. 114 93 98 .
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Total..........689 666 627 / tfI >
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High School : < > .

Waters ............ 131 116 157 ,," '. .

Stone ..._.......... 140 132 133 I
LL. I iITF''= Von Mach .... 115 128 111 ,

Vaughn .......... 103 136 154
Brantley ....._.. 161 176' 161

Total ........._ 650 ; 688 716
Clewiston Federal


Savings and LoanAssociation F. Holiu'worth 112 128 171

McLaughlin :... 117 151 131 \4 ) INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR .

Driggers ........ 134 145 121 %
J. Holin'worth 111 150 171

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