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: May 10, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Hull Defeats Miner By: .9 Vote Margin :

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Maddox Defeats Delaney For Sheriff By349 VotesState .

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Favorites, Holland I Takes Big Lead I Two Races Of Greatest InterestTo '

And Andrews, Lead HereWARREN County Voters Indicated

'."I IJi In Every PrecinctPRESENT
i Glen Etherton Wins C

The favorites for state offices } /
Commissioner RaceGlen
the favorites of Mdj4It'S
were, in most cases, a
Hendry county voters with Senator I William T. Maddox of Felda, The closest county race, betweenC.

Hendry 'county judge for the E. Miner of Clewiston amd W.
Charles O. Andrews taking an E. Etherton, popular young past

eighty vote lead over Jerry W. filling station operator, won over four years carried every precinct T., Hull, incumbent of LaBelle for '

Carter who ran second as he did his only opponent E. E. Kelly, except Clewiston in the primary Clerk of the Circuit Court, ended

in the remainder of the state and a owner' of the Clewiston Motor Tuesday' to win over H. L. DeLaney, unofficially in favor of Hull who

618 vote count to Spessard L. Company, in their races for county incumbent sheriff by a vole, un- held a majority of nine votes.

Holland for Governor against 379 commissioner from district No. 1 official, of 1065 to 716. Interestin r There seemed some possibility, i if

for Fuller Warren his nearest op by a vote of more than two to one. this race' was probably the, great [,'remote, that Miner might pick up

ponent.In Etherton polled 495 votes to Kelly's est of any of the county-wide races the necessary number of absentee

239. and was generally expected to be votes to win when the canvassing-
the state race latest figures
f v closer than the results showed. board makes its count this after-
show that Senator Andrews has a Neither candidate campaigned to

tremendous lead but will have to any great extent for the office, their The vote on the sheriff's race in noon. .

be in a run-off with Jerry Carteron race being made almost entirely by SPESSARD L. HOLLANDfor Clewiston gave DeLaney 411 votesto Hull, who is now in the last year

May 28. Carter nosed out their friends. Etherton will replace Governor 348 for Maddox. In district 21 of his fourth term as clerk, was

Bernarr MacFadden, Miami physical D. G. Alston who was not a Maddox led 190 to 70, in three 297 easily the favorite of the voters in

culturist and publisher, in the count candidate for re-election to the to 114, in four 88-46, in five 142 I the four western precincts and returns

late Wednesday and has steadily increased board.In to 75. from these gave him !1a lead

" his lead to about 7,000 district No. 2 J. Olien Davidson STEWART HERRING Maddox is a young man and at of 736 to 229 for Miner in the two

votes today. defeated Herbert O'Bannon, incumbent the time of his election as county LaBelle precincts, the Denaud and

Spessard L. Holland of Bartow by a vote of 143 to 114 judge was farming at Felda. He the Felda precincts. Miner, however -

continued to add to his lead over for commissioner.Blitz FACE RUN-OFF FOR is a native of Hardee county but was the top-heavy favoritein

Francis P. Whitehair of DeLand Wegman, incumbent commissioner has resided in Hendry county for I Clewiston and, as he carried a

who will be his run-off mate. Hol- in No.. 3, faces a run-off I I COUNTY OFFICESDENNIS the past fifteen years. He was I lead of more than five 'to one here

land was. more than 20,000 votes with George L. Poole _polling 158. I married just six months ago to throughout the early counting,' it J "

ahead early today. votes to Poole's 146. The third I Miss Elizabeth Thompson of Oneco appeared that he would be able .

(Continued on rage 10)Faces and the in LaBelle. to overcome the western county
J. M. Lee, glyen 998 votes by SMALL GETS HIGH couple reside
lead and win. However there werea
Clewiston 'Voters...for v comptroller. -- ". "J' COUNTY \VOTE: ; MRS, TAYLORIS .. num.ber 6f local voters who
amassed such a lead er'hIs two ;SECOND HIGH
opponents Frank Brown and Edwin Still In Race ailed-tojvraark a.ballotv.pr. :cUker: ,C.. -_r
I of the candidates for the 'officeand ,,,
G. Fraser that he goes back into '
The actual of absentee
count the lead of the local candidatewas
the office without a run-off. I votes this afternoon was not cut to four and 'a half to one. ,
J. Edwin Larson, high in the
learned but it is understoodthat :;::",:": The Clewiston count was Miner 618
state for the office of'state treasurer .
there was no change madein Hull ..125.High .
ran 'slightly second in this '
I any of the closer laces. -
county to W. M. Wainwright: pres- Latest available that
reports are -
ent state auditor. The two will be School Seniors
:A.rr: < T. Hull still holds a nine
in a run-off May 28. JxAN. '
vote lead or C. E. Miner of
J. Tom Watson of Tampa polled Guests of KiwaniansThe
Clewiston for clerk.
the high vote for attorney general 4
a in this county but is running second .., .. ffi ..... Kiwanis Club had as their
: <
: Hendry voters awaited
.in state returns for a run-off with :ti..:W1-; { :::>:'/{ ':-!:::::;.t.i <,:.: with considerable county interest the report wk guests Wednesday evening the fifteen -
Ed R. Bentley of Lakeland. f-<<:;:: "xt : : *" K.
of the canvassing board, meet- members of this year's Senior
W. B. (Babe) Douglass was ing at LaBelle this afternoon'at Class of Clewiston High School and
given a slight lead S. C. Pea-
over three o'clock to check the precinct six seniors from the Pahokee High

cock state for returns railroad commissioner, and tally books, count the absentee \6\; ; ; a School who reside in the Lake
assure him of re- ,
f(:, ,: :,: ;: *' .. :::: :::;:':::':;: ::::> votes and make official the resultsof Harbor area.Fr. .
election. .(r,, ;:}::.: & % ? : !'.'
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-'X.'( ':"" ::'';:"'' :''''':: L. J. Flynn was, the guest
]%1& ::;; the first for in at least ,
w : primary ,
The :: I V r Vy: ar
for presidential county, gave electors the high to FrankB. vote cll' ::.. ; .!f$1ifjt p1'f'" 111't.' two races there is a possibilitythat speaker for the evening and for

in ... .' .:. the result may hinge on the his splendid address on Americanism -'
Dowling group 1, Paul Apple-
w.n.1 number of absentee votes. he chose the theme, "These
yard in group 2, Malcolm McClellanin ,
C. E. Miner votes Little Things". As an example of
was only eight
3 and Wlallace I
group M. Keith
:t '
r in grou'p 5. Other groups were not a behind W. T. Hull in their race for P how a person's character may be
clerk of undermined by the things considered -
the circuit court and Miner
contested. J. Bivens ,
was given
high vote for national committee-I believes that he may be able to inconsequential he referred

man and Polly Rose ">>";:"'" pick up nough_ absentee votes to Rube Waddell, regarded by Connie
was high for
make the difference. R.11.. "Bob" 'I Mack as the greatest pitcher of
national committeewoman. For dele- ill ?JI B. E. HERRING
.. all time who was in an insane
gates Hendry county voters chose 'Harris of LaBelle held an unofficial Will face Weaver in run-off '
nine' asylum at the age thirty-six. because -
vote majority both
Sidney J. Catts, jr., John Red I over
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I of little thing-a
Davis, Robert H. Anderson and ELUERT IJ. STEWART his opponents for county judge,
George Hoffman for men-state at I In run-off with W. M. DavidsonMitchell's Selden L. Stewart and Louis O. I Baccalaureate Service bottle carried in his hip pocket. As

large, and Pearl Pearce, Mrs. W. B. Qravely, and there is a possibility I another example he pointed out
that he be forced into Here Sunday Night how a magnificient building maybe
Young, Edith Herlong Barfield and may a runoff -
with Stewart In the event thereare rotten to the core because of the
Paola Copeland for women, state at Hotel I
I termites.
action of tiny insects-
enough absentee for
large. R. A. Henderson chosenas votes cast
was the two trailing candidates.. RevNevin Schaaf, pastor of the The talk was forceful and serious
delegate from the first Burns In Harlem '.
congres- Stewart Leads for First Presbyterian Church of Coral 'and gave the young students a great
*, sional district and ReprescnlatiteOther
George Robles will the baccalaureatesermon think they face life
Conger as congressional committee- Clewiston candidates fared Gables deliver deal to over as -
well in the to the graduates of Clew- after graduation.
woman. Michell's primary with Elbert L.
Hotel, a two-story Stewart, incumbent representativegiven iston High for 1910 Sunday nightat Following Fr. Flynn's talk each
frame structure in Harlem, was 8:00. asked to state
of the students was
School Graduation burned unknown to the ground by fire froman opponents a good W. M.lead Davidson over his and two'''D. I Rev. Schaaf has taken as his what he intended doing after gradu

source Wednesday G. McCormick but will be forced subject, "Life's Supreme Question." ation. Three of the boys said they

Exercises TuesdayPrincipal morning. The building was owned to He is said to be a speaker of ex- expected to take up aeronautical
a Davidson.
run-off on May 28 with '
I and operated as a hotel by I I of the girls
Unofficial complete returns ceptional ability and a record congregation engineering, three

Osgood Mitchell, a colored man. gave Stewart 757 votes, Davidson 1 is expected for this year's I nursing, one boy dentistry, one boy

R. W. Turk of the All of the occupants escaped un- 490 and McCormick 439.! ( baccalaureate.Miss farming, one electrical engineering| '

Clewiston school announces this injured and some personal belong- Ilerriiif* is.Vcacr I Alice Steinhdltz, pianist, will and one girl physical education.All .
week that exercises will be held in ings were saved. Danger of the playas a processional March from of the others hoped to take a .

the new school auditorium next fire spreading to other buildingswas B. E. Herring, former Clewiston II "Athalie" by Mendelssohn and as business course to better fit them -

Friday afternoon at checked by the Clowiston Fire principal piled up the leading vole .
three o'clockfor I a recessional, "Grand March" by for business life aheadClewlston
the Department which answered the for school superintendent and enters '"
promotion of pupils from I Wagner. The opening prayer will High seniors were introduced -
elementary grades into Junior High; alarm. The hotel building was the May 28 run-off againstDr. be by Rev. Kent: Pendleton, pastorof by J. D. Hooker, honorary

Everyone is cordially invited to I aflame all over by the time the C. E. Weaver of LaDelle. Herring | the Community Church and the school member of the Kiwanis Club '

attend. I I truck reached the scene' and two received 598!> votes, Weaver 516, closing prayer by Father L. J. and the Pahokee seniors by Dan'

Certificates for perfect attendance' small houses nearby were ignitedon S. A. Graves, incumbent superin1tendent Flynn, pastor of St. Margaret'sCatholic Beardsley. '

will also be given at this programfor their roofs. The wind was polled 443 votes and 'Mrs. Church. The Old' Testa- The high school guests were:
the pupils of the blowing the flames in the opposite Nell H. Jackman was low with Grant,
elementary ment Scripture will bo road by Miss Floy Prevatt Grant, Polly
grades. To avoid a long programat direction from another group of (Continued on Page 10) Florence Graham and the New Edna Merle 'Henderson, Ike Tatom,.

High School graduation this Is small residences, and made it possible Testament Scripture! by J. D. Hooker Major Lee and Dan Beardsley of'

being taken care of In advance and for the fire to be checked) be-' I THURSDAY CLOSINGS two of the graduates. Two the Pahokee High. and Florence '

no elementary awards of any kind fore spreading further. I I START NEXT WEEK: numbers will 'be sung by a group of Graham, Maxine Doty Marie

will be given out the night of gradu- Members of the volunteer department student singers. Robbins, Edythe Nell Cornette Lee '.

ation. who did effective work Clewiston merchants have agreed, Pridgen, Hervey Bourne, Munselle '

4ta Graduation exercises will be held in manning the fire truck were: it was learned this morning, that D. W. WiRRert arrived this week] Stone, J. D. Hooker, A. D. Frith,

Friday evening at 8:00 in the George Crow, Charles Benson, Ed the regular svluimer Tliurbday: after- from Jacksomille to take a position : J. B. Brantley, Ed Von Mach Dick

school auditorium and fourteen Clark, Leroy Hare, Owen Winn, noon closings would begin on Thurs- as draftsman with the United Patterson, Louis Leiter, Bert Shultz

seniors will be given di lomas. Sandy Bell and Jimmy Weaver. day of next week May 18. States Sugar Corporation and Walter Zuhn of Clewiston High."WIi' ,

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Joe IMPROVED Star's Magnetic InfluenceFelt

but Not Recognized

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SUNDAY [LessonBy The film star, a practical joker,
had an electrified chair, disguisedas

an ordinary upholstered one,
OR t EA' bNfi Dean HAROLD of The L.Moody LUNDQUIST.Bible Institute D. D. in his home. He delighted in see-

R OE ENw.ti p of Chicago ing a seated
f .,ee T.Tx (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) guest, comfortably ,
suddenly leap at the press of a

button.A .
GUFFEY VS. Lesson for May 12
pretty girl came to interview

Sen. Joe Guffey scored a double him. She sat in the chair, and he

victory in his decisive renominationvote. Lesson and subjects copyrighted and Scripture by International texts selected couldn't resist pressing the button.

The Pennsylvania New Dealer Council of Religious Education; used by But she just sat there, convers-

not only defeated his opponent, permission ing animately.,

Pittsburgh Oilman Walter Jones, IIABAKKUK FIGHTS THROUGH Finally he asked: "Don't you

but also handed a thorough licking DOUBT TO FAITH feel rather strange?"

to John L. Lewis. I "Yes she
replied. "As if elec-
This little-known fact was one LESSON TEXT-Habakkuk 1:12 2:4. tricity were going.through'
the most, significant features of the GOLDEN TEXT-The just shall live by me. '
But I feel that
his faith.-Habakkuk 2:4. way when
election. talking to film stars. They're so
and *
Before the primary, Guffey "
chief on closest "The just shall live by his faith"- magnetic.
I. O. were
the C.
terms. Guffey sponsored the United! the great rallying cry of the Refor-

, Mine Workers' bituminous coal regulation ( Recipes Below) mation; in fact, the very essence of Our FaultsTo

. act, and in 1938 unhesitatingly Christianity, is found in the glorious

went out on a political limb for conclusion which the prophet acknowledge our'faults whenwe

Lewis by supporting his candidate HouseholdNeuisHere Habakkuk reaches in his triumphant are blamed, is ,modesty; to

. for governor over the bitter protests i confidence in God. Trying discover them to one's friends in:

l of most of the other Pennsylvania circumstance, doubt and fear must ingenuousness, is confidence; but

Democratic leaders. all yield to faith in God. to preach them to all the world,

' If Guffey had ducked that fight he The lesson for today is peculiarly if one does not take care, is pride,
could have avoided personal trouble appropriate to the situation in,which '-Confucius. ;.r

I, this year. But when he went to ,the world finds itself just now. I

,, Lewis for help in the tough primary Men's hearts are failing them for Piles-Why suffer the agony when .

battle, John L. turned him down fear. It, seems to them that all is Simple self treatments at home relieved -

cold. chaotic disorder; they wonder me. Very bad case-full in-

Only a few insiders know it, but ,whether God has any plan for_ the structions mailed for one dollar

the dramatic rebuff took place a world and its people, and whetherHe worth hundreds or will gladly refund.
M few weeks before the election in Comes the Bride! 'parts ice toil part of salt by volume really cares. "Why doesn't God Timely 'care is necessary. May save

Lewis' paneled, high-ceilinged pri- ) around the freezing container. ,do, something?" is the question on you expensive operations. Address

vate office. Guffey explained that And they marriedandafter Turn crank steadily about 5 minutes.' many lips. The answer is, in our H. J. OTIS, 319 East 9th St., Kansas
so are
difficult Mo.-Adv.
When mixture becomes to lesson. City,
the there is to bea
of turn, remove cover carefully, take I. Believe, Though Surrounded by
the home
wedding reception at
out dasher, and pack down ev nly'with Questions (1:12-17). Extremes Meet '.
the bride's mother.It ice with Extremes meet and there is I
a spoon. cream ,that no
does not question
takes a bit ofplanning to carry Draw better than ,the fl
and example
wax paper replace cover. haughtiness -
his had sinned and
through a lovely wedding so that every people were
off water and replenish ice and salt God's chas of humility.Emerson.Pullthe .
,worthy of disciplinary
detail is
;,.. rect. And the cor re- ,, mixture. Cover and allow to hardenat :tening, but he is astonished to learn

ception which follows least one hour before serving. :that God plans to use the wicked

must be as od Grapefruit Lobster or Crabmeat ,Chaldeans to bring it about. Questions Trigger on
5 pour in upon him as he describes -
nearly perfect as
Cut grapefruit in half, remove
it is possible to their iniquity (v. 13), and Constipation andPepsinizeAcidStomachToo
<* center with grapefruit corer. With ,
LiN make it. Plan a speaks 'of them as catching Judahin
around each
knife cut
tr grapefruit
menu that's sim- their net (vv. 14, 15) andgloatingover .
membrane. Cover
section and
I remove
their victims, (vv. 16, 17).
ple and easy to edges of grapefruit with finely When constipation brings on acid indigestion -
serve, yet appe- He does not yet know the answerto ,bloating,dizzy spells gas,coated
tizing and deli- chopped parsley. Fill chilled centerof ,his questions, but he has already tongue,sour taste'and bad breath, your
grapefruit with lobster or crab-} stomach is probably loaded up with cer-
cious to eat. Set the table for buffet meat. Top with mayonnaise and stated the foundation of his faith in undigested foodandyourbowelsdon'tmove. '

service-using your loveliest linen, averse 12. Whatever happens, no So you need both Pepsin to help
silver and china. Since the prover- I serve. matter how sore the trial and non- break up fast that rich undigested food in
Groom's Cake. "- understandable the outworking of your stomach,and Laxative Senna to pull
bial color scheme for the bride's i
the those
Vz cup butter trigger on lazy bowels. So be
table is green and white, plan to : 1 brown God's plan, the prophet is sure of sure your laxative also contains Pepsin.
use white flowers for the center-I cup light. sugar his God as the eternal and holy One. Take Dr.Caldwell's Laxative,because its

piece; if candles are used, they may : 2 eggs flour The point to be borne in mind in Syrup Pepsin helps you gain that wonderfulstomachcomfort -
2 while the Laxative
cups general purpose such time is that God is not making -
be white or green.A J/fe teaspoon soda a Senna moves your bowels.Tests prove the
party for the bride calls for plans for the moment or becauseof power of Pepsin to dissolve those lumps of
Vi teaspoon salt change in cir undigested protein food which may lingerin
r>4.Mw1F3s.rzes something very special in the way some
2 teaspoons baking powder I to cause belching,gastric
everlast yourstomach
is "from
of food. Here's a menu for a wed- i cumstances.
and This is how
1 teaspoon cinnamon acidity nausea. pepsinizingyourstomachhelpsrelieveitof -
:x z'.cw
ding reception, with tested recipesto ing" (v. 12). His plans are eternal. such
. SENATOR GUFFEY-His vic- enable you to use it as it is given. % teaspoon nutmeg But He is also the "Holy One" (v.. distress. At the same time this medicine,
Assorted Hors d'OeuvresGrapefruitLobster 1 teaspoon allspices 12)). It may seem for the present wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your
John L. sour milk bowels to relieve constipation.So see
tory was a licking for cup have triumphed
that sin and wickedness
or the
% citron cut how much better you feel by taking
cup ,
Lewis.he Crabmeat Salad A but let us remember that laxative that also puts Pepsin to work on
Buttermilk Rolls Butter 1 cup raisins the eternal plans of God are con that stomach discomfort, too. Even fin-
was up against a very serious 1 cup nut meats, broken and icky children love to taste this pleasant
t situation and needed help badly. Celery Olives Radishes 1 teaspoon vanilla extract ceived and executed_ in,holiness family laxative. Buy Dr. Caldwell's Laz-

Lewis shook his head. Pistachio Ice Cream Cream butter, add sugar, and power.II. ative-Senna with Syrup Pepsin at your

"We can't do anything for' you, Bride's Cake Groom's Cake beat thoroughly. Add eggs (well Be Alert in the Midst of Uncertainty druggist today!

Joe," he said. Punch Coffee beaten). Mix and (2:1): .

But why not? You put up plenty For a ,shower party for a spring sift together all One who does ,not have faith in Doubtful>LivingHe

I* \, of money for Tom Kennedy (Lewis' bride, serve simple-but very good dry ingredients, : God is prone to say in such times who lives for, no one does

rA; gubernatorial, candidate) two years -refreshments like this: reserving cup that all hope is lost, and give up not necessarily live for himself.- i

ago." Bride's Pie of flour. Add flour in despair. Not so Habakkuk. He Seneca.

"Yes, but we've got a new'bylawnow Coffee Assorted Salted NutsYou'll mixture and sour knew that there, is nothing harder

," replied Lewis. "We're not find other recipes for spe- milk alternately i than to wait patiently for God. He

;4 contributing in primaries." cial party cakes and desserts in my -beginning with r r P I determines to be neither discouraged TAKE THE SPRING OUT OF
Chief cook book "Better Baking. There'si but to SPRING COLDS'USE 2 DROPS OF\
reason for Lewis' coldness the flour mixture. 31/ nor impatient, le i

r was Guffey's advocacy of a third recipe for wedding Pie.cakes, as well.Bride's Flour, citron, raisins stand watch in ,the tower (v. 1). PE1'1SEYRDROPSi'

term for Roosevelt. Guffey is a ,' and nuts with thea cup of "His words bespeak a very right

strong third termer and ran on that (Serves 10 to 12) flour which was reserved and add and proper condition of soul. Per

z platform while Jones, who before 6 egg whites to the cake mixture. Add vanilla plexed and confused by the seeming

;. he became a candidate had declared % teaspoon salt extract. Place in well-greased, enigma of God's ways, he owns he Power in ForgivenessTo

: against a third term, pussy-footed 1 cup sugar small tube pan. Bake 40 to 50 min may require reproof, and takes his forgive much makes the pow-

r;:' on the issue. 1 teaspoon vanilla utes ,in ,a moderate oven (350 de-. stand upon ,the watch tower, above erful more powerful. Publilius,i

Note-Director of Guffey's successful 1% quarts strawberry ice cream grees). the mists of the earth and beyondthe Syrus. y

:; campaign was Dr. Luther 2 baked pie shells Buttermilk Rolls. thoughts and doings of men,

J Harr, former Pennsylvania univer- Beat egg whites until foamy, add (Makes 2% dozen) where he can quietly wait on God
salt and continue beating until the
sity professor of economics, now an cake and look out to see what He will
'' executive of the pro-New Deal Phil- stiff.egg whites are 2 1 tablespoons yeast lukewarm water say to him" (Ironside). ADVISES .

adelphia Record and city treasurerof Graduallybeat need such YOUNG 'I
in the sugar 2 cups buttermilk (at room tem- How desperately we )
Philadelphia. Harr is slated to watchers in
:, and continue perature) alert and earnest our GIRLS

' ,. replace State Democratic Chairman beating until the 6& cups of flour (approximately) day. Christians, arise! Do no1'per-, ENTERING .
" Dave Lawrence, who although put whites % shortening mit yourself to be' either lulled intoa
,,:' in office by Guffey, backed Jones. egg are cup false security or into deadening
;-, Scandinavian Desk. stiff and glossy. !. % cup sugar WOMANHOOD
Add vanilla. Pack IVz teaspoons salty discouragement.III. .
-: One of the busiest men in the state .
% quart of ice : teaspoon soda Receive the Answer of Triumphant Thousands of young girls entering womanhood
department is the who fol- found "real friend" in
: expert have a
into 1 teaspoon baking powder Faith (2:2-4).
cream Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
lows the tragic fate of Finland Nor-
' pie shell. Cover with'meringue and Soften yeast in lukewarm water. "The Lord answered me." He always pound to help them go "smiling thru"
way, Denmark and Sweden. restless, moody, nervous spells, and
,.' bake in hot oven (550 degrees Combine with buttermilk and mix to listen ....
" He is Hugh Cumming Jr. of a very does, if we are ready relieve cramps, headache, backache and
son Add about 2 of flour and due to female
) until meringue is lightly well. cups abide His time. Habakkuk: embarrassing fainting spells
and to
';-' the former surgeon general of the functional irregularities.Famous for over
Cover and let
browned. Serve immediately. beat until in
God's truth
United States and of received a vision 60 years. WORTH TRYINGI
one Secretary
Assorted rise in a warm place until the batter -
Canapes. write
Hull's abler assistants.The which he was to so plainly
Place chilled shrimp on a bed of is light and bubbly. Cream who read it would
state that everyone
department's of
keeping in touch is to divide the shaved ice; serve cocktail sauce shortening and sugar thoroughly.Add understand it and, in turn, run to Error in Haste
batter and beat well.
with it as an accompaniment. Stuff to raised ,Those of
-; world into different areas, assign- stalks with cheese Sift together the remaining flour,. others with the message. Too great haste .leads us to error. -
celery cream and preach would do
:' ing an expert to study each us who teach
area. Moliere.AT .
which has been mixed with chopped the salt, soda and baking powder. that admonition. All -
Thus there is well to
the division
'1 European stuffed olives. Cut crusts from slicesof Add to batter in 3'or 4 portions and understood
: is not
the Far Eastern division the Latin too often our message
off small bits of the
.'- very fresh bread and cut loaf in mix well. Pinch fails to stir those who hearit
American division and or
so on. long lengthwise slices. Spread with dough, shape into balls and place in
and tell others.
Cumming has to quickly i
charge of the Scan- go Q
muffin Cover I
cream cheese. Roll as for'jelly roll small, greased ,cups. GOOD
forward to Christ the
dinavian desk in the European divi- Looking DRUGSTORES
rise until the rolls are
and slice in thin slices. Brush and allow to
sion, and last summer was far- man of Habakkuk's day was
Brush with melted short just
; with melted butter place on broiler very light.
sighted enough to take a trip through to live by faith; even as we of this
ening. Bake in a moderately hot BOTTLE
Serve hot.
and toast lightly. ...
these It' back to the cross of t V.St.lo j
countries. was the last day looking
Pistachio Ice Cream. oven (375 degrees) for about 15 min ,
time he could have found their terri- Christ, are justified by faith and .aL''p'0 R I
tory intact. 1 'pint coffee 'cream utes. then are to go on to live by' faith.

The minute Cumming came back 1 cup top milk This is the word which, as we have
r from his Scandinavian tour, things Vt teaspoon salt. Now is the ,time for each fore- already suggested, stirred Luther 1 icrit s l

began to break. His desk shows it. SA cup sugar sighted homemaker to add to her and his fellows to bring about the ssedRelie2r I
the 1 teaspoon vanilla extract collection of favorite reci- before Luther's s
So do maps strewn over his own Reformation. Long ,
, tables. % teaspoon almond extract pes, some new and unusual ones day, however, the same words had

:-, He picks up the telephone. "Yes, 3 to 4 drops green pure food color which are sure to please her fam- come by the Holy Spirit's inspiration -

Mr. Minister u. Yes, sir, our % cup pistachio nut meats (cut fine) ily. Next week Eleanor Howe to be the heart of the great Malaria Chills Fever ;-

latest reports indicate ." and Mix all ingredients together thor- will give you some of her own messages of Paul the apostle, as he
he gives the diplomat a fill-in on the oughly. Pour mixture into freezing tested recipes-recipes for meats, taught justification (Rom. 1:16, 17), Take reliable Oi'dine.Slops chips and
fever,cleans blood of malaria.Famous
container of modern ice cream for desserts- 'lU
latest news. Already Cumming hasa for vegetables defended against legalism -
he 1"
as for '
50 Money-back
for year
freezer. To allow expansionfill
( rhubarb
'new map of Finland which shows and a choice recipe for (Gal. 3:11), and as he portrayed ,
than % full.) Assembleand
not '
its revised borders. He is wonder- more conserve. "the pilgrim's path throughthis -
Then mixture of
ing what will happen to other mapson cover. pack world from the cross to the
cracked ice and rock salt (use ,3 (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)
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Become an Air HostessIf ;:

You're Afraid of Hard Work Nazis Solidify Norwegian Gains S

As Fierce Fighting Is Reported; rni.es './""

Being an airline stewardess is romantic, but it isn't peaches and cream. Perhaps So ..,;

Katherine Wilson below, TWA hostess was chosen "Miss American Britain Claims 30 Magistrate It's very unusual
Aviation" last year. Prerequisites Sinking ShipsEDITOR'S for a sober man to climb a lamp -

for a stewardess post. .:J

job: Candidates must ( NOTE-When opinions are expressed in these columns they A Culprit-That's record what I thought. '
maybe? 1
be registered nurses be- I are those of the news analyst and not necessarily'of.. this newspaper.) .'.
q64 tween 21 and 25 years _ _ Released by Western Newspaper Union Fed-Up! Waiter (presenting bill '
old; not under 5 feet 2 to grouchy diner-Is this hot
inches nor more than 5 II GERMAN WAR: I HAIL COLUMBIA: enough for you? '1

_cI feet 5 inches; weight, between Nordic PhaseAnd III TermIt Sample of Course "

4 100 and 125 still the Nordics fought among looked more than The dreadful golfer made a fierce (
ever like a
pounds; cheerful disposition swipe.and cut up a divot. .
north Norsemen Third
themselves up Term effort by the White "Never mind said he, putting it in ,
; attractive; un Germans, English, AngloCanadiansand House white father. The President his pocket; "I'll send' that to Joe-he :,
married. Training course an occasional Norman peasant let out. tentative plans for a three- was asking. : what the course was like.. 'j
lasts from six to twelve from Quebec. As some of the smoke weeks junket around the country, in .

weeks, and it must be intensive and propaganda clouds lifted a bit, June, to counteract the Republican
because the stew- interesting news items revealed national convention at Philadelphiathat
\ ardess' duties are legion. themselves to the American public. month. Some of the political ,
The Germans had captured Oslo, railbirds thought that Franklin -\

r Norse capital, with an air-wafted, would keep the Populus Americanus .
force of 2,000 men. They had cap- guessing until the very opening of 41i.LSpeed ,;
tured Narvik with a few hundredmen. the Democratic convention, at Chi

They had taken Bergen, sec- cago, in mid-July. Anti-duodecimals ,
ond city of Norway, with a continued to
.. corpo- yammer loudly.against housecleaning! '
ral's guard of 100. They had occu- the President's seeming indecision. ..
Save hours of time. Polishas ;
pied Trondheim without firing a Pro-Rooses smiled sagely. Republican '- .
cT: shot. So much for expert Trojan Publisher Frank Gannett of you clean! ..;

horsemanship.It Rochester, N. Y., declared that four ladyyou needn't tire yourself waste hours ,.
appeared, further, that many of I more Rooseveltian years might spell of time:cleaning and then polishing wood- ."
the from the workfurniture and floors.Instead,O-Cedar
English troops some great national calamity. Mr.
them;polish as you clean;do both at once so .,
into ill- Gannett '
transports Norway, were seemed
to indicate that
easily...for O-Cedar cleans the ugly dirty
equipped "territorial" militia, or there was a fiery Trojan Horse (of I film of dirt and leaves instead a lovely glow "
half-trained regulars, without proper purest Norse breed) in the White a soft and silken lustre. Ask for genuine ,/
El aerial support, heavy artillery, House back-room. But' Democratic T. .
tanks, or even automatic rifles. The Senator Guffey was renominated in
Germans'facing them, had plenty of Pennsylvania-on the ticket of a Q.e'drS
.. / 4. .4 w good, new automatic weapons, air man who was a totalitarian for
bombers and fighters, anti-aircraft, Roosevelt.
tanks, and .considerable knowledgeof O-CEDAR FLY AND MOTH SPRAY S
,the Norwegian language. Accord- Taussig TempestRear

g Admiral Joe Taussig assist-
Within Our Reach
r iiS' ant chief of American naval
opera- What is remo"> and diffi ult of
tions, stuck his neck out, when he
i success we are apt to overrate; ,
testified on the navy expansion bill II
to what is really best for us lies always -
a senatorial committee. He said
within our reach, though
S t&Iir we needed badly
; an independentChina
,often, overlooked.-Longfellow. .
; that we better fight Japan
with the help of England, France
and Holland; and added that it

L .5 S : would be, strictly, a naval war-as ffr
the Yankee buffalo and the Nippon
She must know how to handle tickets; how to serve hot meals; to whale could hardly get at one another -

make berths; to control heating and ventilating; to answer passengers' by land.Everybody.

questions (foolish and otherwise) about airplanes and engines. Dur- scrambled around disavowing -

ing training she is paid $2.50 a day. Her starting salary on the run the Mr. Taussig, "Cromwell"of

is $100 a month, gradually increasing to $125 a month plus $4 daily I Hull navy department. Secretary
Secretary Edison, admirals, Kills
for expenses. and "burocrats" all talked in wor-

ried, unhappy circles. Senator Clarkof Many Insects
Missouri suggested a court-mar-
tial, tothe: open, approval of massesof _2 '-', ON FLOWERS. FRUITS
4 Mi5. plain American citizens. 4051 VEGETABLES & SHRUBS

Japanese spokesmen took the incident Demand original sealed
with remarkable tact and Pd1 bottles,from yourdealer

tz good manners, considering that they 1ia'E
>' / are often labeled as Far Eastern

ADMIRAL LINDSTROM "Prussians." They merely remind. Cramped Spaces
"Promises" made his nation shaky. ed their public that this was a Yan- Happy child! the cradle is still

I to thee vast but when
a space;
Ing to the military critics, the Ger-
: man leadership and staff work, too, thou art' a man the boundless
; 4"I' world will be too small for thee.
seemed superior. As the German
invaders worked their militant way

tier along, Sweden portions recoiled of the Swedish in terror fron-, although iF t: RHEUMATIC PAIN '

German "promises" offeredto p
soothe them. German "promises"make
shaky Swedes. C.2223
Under leadership of Admiral Lind-

strom, Sweden's small but power- I
ful navy is being tuned to full war- 60'8.f.AT| DRUGGIST
tEf time strength. I ,

Sea Losses Unknown Strength

Hostesses cannot work more than 110 hours a month, work days London claimed the loss of 30 German -' Although men arc accused for

being interspersed with days off. From time of takeoff to arrival at ships in two weeks: most of not knowing their own weakness,

the plane's destinations she is busy preparing delicious meals, answer- them troop transports. Four, said yet, perhaps as few know their

ing questions and mahing'conversation.. Favorite topic of most travelersis England, were captured; the rest own strength.-Swift.
themselves. were destroyed. Sinking transportsis F1IIEI1IIIIfiIMISSOURI'S
Subject ,
always a hideous and
may range from litera. : .' English sources ,reported process 3,000 Ger- ; d4 KILL ALL FLIES "
ture to and religion :
sports man bodies washed ashore on the Placed anywhere. Daisy Fly
so the stew- . eastern rocks of Oslo inlet. In the %-t,. 5' i Killer Guaranteed attracts cflectlvo.and kLUa Neat flies.,
ardesf t 4 <' the -o convenient-Cannot spill-
must keep Skaggerak, usually optimistic SENATOR CLARK ; WiJinot ofl crinjure anything.
herself Atright French reported the sinking of a. '5- Lasts all reason. 20o at oil
posted. lIe suggested a courtmartial.kee 'S dealers. Harold Somera Inc.,
: American couple of German patrol boats, at I 55ODoXalbAvc.B'JilynN.Y.
line: hostesses learn the hands of a flotilla of Gallic de election year, with plenty of I
I about stroyers. Rumors from Berlin-and "free" talk-to which they were too
a elsewhere continued to whisperthat polite to add "cheap." Nevertheless,

I more than half of England's 15 in service circles, Mr. Taussig Related Evils
'Il *: % "\ . S big capital warships were down or ("would he were tongue-tied") is Ignorance and superstition ever
IlI I considered a good man.PROPAGANDA bear a close, and even a mathe-
I the English countered with matical, relation to each other.J. .-
y9P the announcement of five comingnew : Fenimore Cooper. '

I sea mammoths, an effort to fill
Anglo & Teuto
, up the decimated ranks. These water -
I monsters would be payed for out The Germans brought out still an- HANDY tfcnte ll4e JARS
I of the coming fiscal year's budgetof other propaganda job (White Book), 5$

$9,000,000,000, including sales tax, to prove that the English had issued M 10 AND$
"for the sake of victory." Excluding orders the first week in April, to PETROLEUM JELLY

marines, sailors, deck hands, seize Norse strategic points. Accord-
and flyers, England announced that ing to the "plan' Norse defense KNOWN FROM COAST TO COflST-hEXT BUY
its armed and armored mantotalwas I against England, was to be phoney.
now 2,000,000. I I Anglo-Norse "connivance" was the KENT/oS ::

1 Norse Notations keynote of this masterpiece, cere- CUPPLES COMPANY, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI
moniously distributed to the faith-
Two Norse flyers stole a big Ger- ful, and to the press.
man seaplane, painted out its insig- The London press' tried turningon
nia crosses, and flew it to England, the pessimistic faucet, to explain V 1S1 fjeurfM

,/ ;V t where they joined the royal air Norse reverses, and English
/ force. The incident shows the evilsof trimmings in Norway. The news- WORLD'SfAIR
1340 [
i! 4//\ ) (4S :/ < drink: the Nazi pilots had been papers told their readers it wouldbe ,

5S4 ; c beering. a long, hard war up north, and Sfop at The HOTELHOLLAND
S /
.. / C. J. Hambro, president of the appealed primarily-a clever propaganda '
v"' ' A bova is : statement that his country has defi- Briton bulldoggery. On Ger- W.42nd ST., NEW YORK CITY
a typical stewardess nite proof that Germany plannedits mans, French, and Americans, this ROOMS
classroom scene. At New invasion of Norway for months.He type of gloom-spreading has been 400 BATHS $21Jp
also said that the night before proved disastrous in Russia, in '
North Beach 23 ; as Special rates for family groups
1 ti girls from 18 citi the invasion a German whaling England, it works! Troe Swimming Pool and Gym
\ representing nine different states, learn flying technique boat, crowded with hidden troops It's a strange fact, but Americans lVriorltl W rld"sF"ir Dtllttlf'.N.Don't
as demonstrated in a Link trainer. and supplies, sailed into the port of j know more about their war than

..... Narvik-flying the American flag. Europeans themselves.
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FRIDAY MAY 10, 1040 I

The Clewiston News for the first time? Second, they workers, outside of clerical staff I by their vote in last Tuesday's primary Glasses !Scientifically! broken
needed JLenNc
a better place to work. It and foremen
negroes. have demonstrated their desire Fitted and Repaired Duplicated 'J
seems it would have been wiso to
Workers Well Paid for clean, economical and progressive DR. F. D. GUDBAUROptometrist
Published every Friday In Clewlston exclude the general public unless
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS the voting had taken place in a "Sugar workers here get the high- government, Spessard L.
Inc. est pay of any labor that harvests Holland, leading candidate for, the b
large hall where their presence Phone IDS 5 Collier Arcade

would cause no confusion. Candidates sugar for American consumption, Democratic nomination for Gover-. Fort Myerti, Florida ,
the nor of Florida, today prepared ,o Successor to K. H. Oakley
KEATIILEY BOWDEtf, Editor andlor| their watchers of company says. They have
hospitals auditoriums resume the stump.
playgrounds.Their .
course are permitted by law, and
"This great outpouring of independentthinking a
stores are cleaner than you'llfind -
Entered as second class mail matter cannot and should not be denied '
February 3, 1927, at the Post Office in access to the counting. But the in town. And the stores are citizens convinces -
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act or cash and carry, so there Is no me that Florida people want MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL
rest of ordinary'voters
March 3, 1897.Subscription. us didn'tneed credit system of serfdom. clean, economical and prograssive ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
to mill in and out and
carryon government for the next four years, Maps Estimates
conversations all night and all "Here In the Everglades, at two .
Rate $2.00 Per Tear. said Holland in a statement."I JOHN
next day. I points less than 20 miles apart, the

Advertising Rates On Application. Third, the student of sociology has all the am grateful for their support Engineering<: Consultant
telephone should have
and am confident that we shall goon
been disconnected or removed to 'a case history he needs. together to victory on May 28. jUopkins BldR. Clenlston, :l'la.Johnson's .

Devoted to the advancement and welfare remote part of the building. "At one end are the well-cared- "No appeal was made by my "
of Clewiston and Hendry County. for laborers in the
candidates didn't seem companycontrolled friends in the first primary for

any worse whipped than membersof villages of a big business votes on the demerits of any can-

the election board 'who at 6 concern. At the other are the
Hendry county voters, prior to I didate. This victory is all the more
o'clock Wednesday afternoon shifting migrants of the vegetable
completed -
humm- pleasing because it was won clean-
the election must have been fields."Migrantsmost. Fish Camp 1c-
the laborious counting of t
ing that old refrain, "There'll Be ly.Ve do not harbor any ill feel-

Some Changes Made". some 800 ballots. of them negroesare : ing toward any candidate or the (Near Hurricane Gate)
living in shacks, huts, lean- friends and of .
supporters any can-
tos, trailers, just as the "Okies" CIcwiston, Fla.
What we've been expecting' daily live in California. Boats and Motors-Guide Service
for several months has happened. .1N N:N111. :..:N:N:N:N:1.:N:N NAM..:..:NON N.11:N:N:N:N.N.1
"There has been a stir about bad .Rates Reasonable
Germany has invaded Holland and J. M. COUSE
conditions around Belle Glade and
W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
tho war is on in earnest.
RAMBLINGS Pahokee, the two vegetable towns of Counselor and Attorney at Law

Lake Okeechobee. Farm security
Remember that Sunday is Moth- By B. B. I Hopkins Building
investigators have reported vile Wednesdays and Saturdays
er's Day. We should make it a
I living conditions. The state boardof 9:80 to 4:00 Is Your Subscription Paid?
not only to honor her that
point on
---.N..N.NN N N:" : health has issued a warning
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but to resolve to make
aay every
that, If aren't
things cleaned up, a
day in the year a mother's day.: With the tension of, another. 'political quarantine on vegetables may re- .11.NON. .N:..:..:..:H.N.11.N.N.-:..:N...:..:..:..:..:..:N:11:M:,,:N.N.N:N1N. :N:N:N:NIN. :N:N:M:M:N:N:M:M:N:N.N:N:N:M:..:N:N:.

campaign pretty well eased .
In the same news flash last night j sult."I'm
by the ,first primary we urn'with glad I'm not a sociologist,
there was a report that Germany
a sigh of relief to more pleasing for I wouldn't know what to make
t had crossed the Dutch border and
pursuits. At the moment, chief of life in the Everglades. Thank You
that English troops had landed in
among these is the nation's celebra- Contrast Is Striking
Iceland. Sounds like a Corrigan
tion of Mother's Day. "At one end is cleanliness, steady
It's a beautiful custom that pay, good houses, good schools and I take this of
means expressing
originated i several :years ago and decency. But that is all wrong, my appreciation -
After the twenty-two hour vote- '
will never grow old, so long as you see, for a big rich company to friends in Clewistonfor
counting session in the local pre- my many
children grow up to be parents is doing it. It is insidious-the
cinct this week there seems little workers the splendid vote' given in Tuesday'sprimary.
themselves.For are coerced with comfort; me,
doubt that ,Clewiston, by next elec-
years we've picked a presentfor deluded and exploited under the
tion will have two or more pre- As your commissioner I shall make
our own mother, wrapped it guise of good living. It is terrible,

cincts. lovingly in tissue and tied it witha and we must do away with it and every effort to serve the Clewiston district

perky bow and bestowed it with get back to individual freedom. and
MacFadden and Cone were the honestly capably.
love and gratitude on that grand "And 20 miles away we have individual -
big surprises of the state campaign
person that we know for a certainty freedom. We have filthy
-MacFadden for his
splendid race is the most wonderful mother in the shacks, piece work and a lack of
when no one had conceded him a Glen E. Etherton
world. I sanitation that borders on depra
chance at the run-off and Cone for
But even with those thoughts in vity. We have your little land-
the poor showing he made throughuse
our heart and mind all these, years, lord pocketing his exorbitant rent
of the
well-oiled state machine.

But those of you who do not con- the true appreciation of mother andMother's for have pig pens filled with humans.We .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.....:..:..:..:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:1N1N1:N:N1N1N1N1N1N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N11
Day never came to us a floating population that
cede Carter a chance to beat An-
till we had a child of our own, and police class as "the scum of the
drews in the run-off must '
he grew old enough to pick out his earth," and the health ,department _.. .
--- "
Andrews himself was elected own presents and wrap them him- shudders to think about. We have, --- ..._ .:- = > ";:: : : : :: :p. .. .: :lt : ,., '" ,: .
when his
opponent had a "cinch". .
I self and carry on the Mother's 'Day in short, a Florida version of

tradition into another generation.The "Grapes of Wrath.: "
first was a little potted? plant "According to sociologists, the

Sleepy and exhausted election that Mrs. Wright, the kindergarten "Grapes of Wrath" situation is in- Win LoseAnd

officials, candidates and interested teacher, helped. arrange. He hid tolerable. According to the pro- or

voters it behind the garage .for three fessional defenders of individual
over state have come to
the conclusion that something is days, watered it himself, and his liberty, the company villages are

with the father was as surprised as I when intolerable.. The government is
wrong present primary
he disappeared suddenly from the building two big for the
<-ystem.It camps unfortunate -
there still to be chance
breakfast table Mother's Day morning migrants, and the Re- appears a

began back in the early daysof and returned with his gift. publicans say such pampering of

qualifying when some 50-odd There have followed a red comb the poor is intolerable. It seems I

men in Fort Myers qualified as ("the prettiest comb I'' to sum up to the simple conclusion
candidates for delegates-at-large. ever saw, I that I may win, I want to thank the voters .
Mother"), a belt with a shiny that no matter what you do, it's
Few, if any, of them were interested "
and a powder puff in a wrong. ,
in going to the
: cellophane
case. Someday he'llgrow

they did want to show how up and bring me boxes of Mother's Love of Clewiston who gave me such a fine vote

easily the ballot can be clutteredup candy, pairs of hose, beautiful I I,

.' with names under the present underwear, perhaps finer gifts; but Life does not hold enough of years

system.their point Most, of them, after proving we'll remember the potted plant In which we can repayA 'I for clerk in Tuesday's primary. I shall ever a.
purposely failed
to filea the red comb, the belt and the Mother's love-then do your best

required expense account and powder puff in the cellophane case, Before she goes away. I
thus disqualified themselves.Still .
and we'll know that the heart of I be for this of confidence in
grateful vote
the ballot was too cluttered the grown-up man is still the heartof No sweeter tin ought was give birth my

up with names of would-be delegates the little boy. And as we wrap Amid the wordly throng! ;

\ of whom 90 per cent of the our gift for our own mother, we No truer words were ever penned, ,

voters knew nothing personally. We are thinking that in her heart wear In verse or sacred song. I ; ability for the office which I sought.

were interested in their stand on still her child* And that's the \

;, a party nominee, particularly the way we want it to be. You need No purer theme coud be discussedIn

"third term" question. And their to be a parent yourself to under- mankind's vast domain;

3 stand was a hard thing to find out. 1m'L. 1-stand. And heaven's dream is far surpassed'
._ .. .
hH C.
.... ... Miner
J.UG siiuauon J. :
inus created proved I T By this true, sweet lefrain. tLJ *

what an unfair and undemocratic Last week we quoted Eleanor

,. (in practice) system the present 'Roosevelt's comments on the Ever- Life does not hold enough of :years I i

method of selecting delegates is. i glades section, following a recent In which we can repay

That. indicates the first reform. I II flying visit. We also mentioned A Mother's love-then do ,your best I .

I Add to that a change in selecting I I.that Ernie Pyle, the Roving Re- Before she goes away. "III : -., -."):' ': -' _" ;:: '.7":: {f k. ;!r'.I.;: _- '

:t"'. the so-called "electors" who have porter, had had quite a bit to say 4
the double "honor" --- -- ----
of meeting in on the -
same subject following a Holland Prepares To
Tallahassee and formally'casting recent two weeks' stay here. Even ,

If;;t the ballot, already decided upon. at the risk of letting this column Resume
; This could easily be Campaign
}: handled by an grow long we are quoting part of

ordinary clerk in the office: of the one of his comments. If it looks

secretary ,of state in about an hour's too long to you, skip on down and Bartow, May 9 (Special-Con-) \ \
Every voter shouldn't be read the last four paragraphs. You'll vinced that the people of Florida,

',:- faced with a bunch of names on probably back up then and want Thank You >;,..:;;:;,,' \, <.<

that.So to find out the rest of what he ,.., :
much for the ballot. had to I I :'
say: .
In Clewiston we seem to have "The whole works of the sugar Runs Second :\,: :: ,:"i'i:: : : ., ,

,arrived at the stage of growth company is forward and modern and
when a division of the precinct immaculate. It spends money on

would be a wonderful help. Hook- I
pretty things as well '
as practical
er's point should have its own pre- things. It has 2,500 year-round I I want to thank the voters of Hendry

cinct, voting place and election' employees, and they are well-fed, I
board. I

We also saw the wisdom. of finding well-housed mile from, wellclothed."A town sits. the sugar I county for the support given me on May 7.

. a larger place for the 1,000 possible house-the biggest sugar cane mill ii

voters here to cast their in the' United States- Scores of '. '. '," ':" "
ballot. This ; ,.L...,, T .., .
The voting itself was not square '''miles around here are in was appreciated.i : v:J' 1 ; t;:,- .:

: .; GO bad, thanks to the splendid cooperation sugar cane. Out over the vast v: -'*",' ;'.,;. ,: :';y;" ,;('

M, of all .you voters who plantations
are 10 company villa ec ,
;,f came early and saved a lot of for workers. { :' .. .

anticipated confusion. The local "These villages are as spic aid '
s ( I
precinct finished on time, and that's span as a bride's kitchen. The coin j :' R. N. Miller

more than can be said of a great pany grants all the 'privileges ofHawaii's ? # : \'>;'.

many But precincts. famous benevolent patern- ; ..5;.., ::
the ;
counting .
was unnecessarily alism, and on a higher scale. During .

painful and laborious. First, cane-cutting season it pulls in 1500 ,. I TAX COLLECTOR
the :
needed a couple of hours transient workers from upper Florida -
, z"
;, rehearsal, and
experimenting on how and Georgia, and the company t
to handle the count most efficiently- likes to f.
: : out that 90 per cent :' .
1' all, could you have done of them are the same people, year : ."
; better, if you had been faced with after year

all those ballots and tally l ;.
sheets "Practically all of the 2,500 steady FRANCIS AVHITEHAIR -
t -

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FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1040

THE CLEW1STOX COMMUNITY Mass is at eight o'clock. The pub Second In
'I' HendryFULLER :

UNOFFICIAL VOTE BY PRECINCTS KENT PENDLETON CHURCH Minister is lie,always regardless welcon of> religious in this church.belief, :;

The Bible School meets at 9:45a. .:
m. with B. Flaniken supt.
in the Precincts: RunnerUpw.a !
For Representative is at 11:00 .i
: 1 2 3 4 5 Total The Worship hour a.
Legislature ra.., James E. Beardsley is the choir
W M Davidson .................... 83 108 165 43 91 490 director and. Mrs. J. H. Doty is /4r :
D.:G. McCormick . . .164 80 132 23 '40 439 pianist. ;

Selden L. Stewart ..................101 77 96 56. 22 442
The theme of the sermon will

For Count Judge: be "Mother's Place in the Home ,
Louis O. Gravely . ... . .210 38 88 23 66 425R. and in the Nation"-A Mother's ;
M. Harris. .,. . . .,. 340 139 222 56 117 874 Day sermon.. ,
Selden L. Stewart . .191 77 96 56 22 442 The C. E. Society meets on Mon-

For Sheriff: day at 7:30 p. m.' .
H. L. DeLaney . .411 70 114 46 15 716 "
Bill'Maddox .,. . . .348 190 297' 88 142 1065 ST..' MARGARET'S CATHOLIC s ,
For Clerk of the Circuit Court: CHURCH a
William T. Hull . . .125' 196 300 101 139 861 ;f % E ,
1 Charlie Miner . . . ,.618 51 91 29 63 852 Rev. Laurence J. Flynn, Pastor t *
Mass each Sunday morning at
For Assessor of Taxes:
Neely Davis .'. . . . 45 10. 13 4 92 119 S o'clock, excepting the last Sun-
H. E. O'Brien . . . 92 56 87 32 23 198 day of the month when the time is Pf'I

Dennis Small . . . .601 190 322 92 97 1302 10:30. !j -
Confessions are heard every Sat-
For Tax Collector '
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from 7:30 until 8:30
G. R. Hatch . . :. . .103 73 117' 36 56 385 urday evening
R. N. Miller: . . . . .282 141 215 43 74 755 and before all the Masses.
Mrs. Homer Taylor . . .363 45 70 54 .86 618 Weekday Mass every morning at
8:00 o'clock.
For County Superintendent or Devotions in honor of Our Lady JERRY W. CARTER WARREN
Public Instruction: : Perpetual Help are conducted' with the TownsemI vole I UTO ran third for Governor

S. A. (Steve) Graves . . .198 73 90 25 57 443B. Friday evenings at 8 o'clockfol I -------------
E. Herring . . : . 435 41 44 31 47 598 lowed by Benediction of the Most.
Nell H. Jackman . . . 69 34 70 10 lO 223
Blessed Sacrament.
Dr. C. E. Weaver .................. 61 112 210 69 .69 521
Religious Instruction Class for
For State Democratic children Saturday morning at nine |; AmPLE FunDS

Conunitteeman: here in Clewiston, and after Sunday I

w. C. Evans . . . .137 35 74 jO 41 297 Mass in Pahokee.
B., Virgil Hall . . . .145 138 215 75' 37 610 The Mass schedule oi Pahokee is
Hurd L. Reeves . . . .122 31 63 14 95 325 10:30 every Sunday, excepting the I
last Sunday of the month, when
For County Commissioner, I '
District Xo. 1: I

1\ G. E. Etherton . . . .495 >. : 495 }

E. E. Kelly.. . . . .239 '. 239 First Primary Winner $

For Commissioner :
County ,
District Xo. 2:, I\ / .$ E@r

J.. Olien Davidson' .' . . 143 143 -
HerbertO.Bannon. . ... . 114 ,-- : 114

For County Commissioner, J= :./N.; F''vC Iffi'"r--.; tN
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District Xo. 3: .:,'. HOmE LOIns
Reeder Herron ., .. .. 100 ':: ... 100
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GeorgeL.Poole. "- 146 > : 146

Blitz Wegman 158. 15'8

For JS ,\\1e
County Commissioner, :
District No..4: .,: ho(t\e
We helpyou..with
Alto Hires .. '''-, : 64 64 'loU'C i can
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Frank :McClenithan q. "
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For County Commissioner, 't- w/ww-s.' .t"; :. : F t:.\) 4 l r In existence

District Xo. 5: : :' ::: ::, 4j IU IJj:
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E. B. 85 85 '
Jim Maddox .. "-', t. .'. 75 75 r I(
Arthur Peters .". .; ..-u ,"... .V,:,'.; 20 20
W. S. Shoults .. .*, -r ioJ'i :. i, <.
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For Member Board of Public ":, ., .' ,,/ /'..... r'r'a r'r'J. Clewiston Federal Savings '
Instruction, District Xo. 1: :\: ,
:M. O. Allen ., '._: ;:;V"V, : ; :- "' 16 81 97
Harry :M. Howard ... <": ... ?' \ ", 21 56 7Y
:Mrs. Fred Dunaway . . ., '..:. 21 69 90 M. LEE and Loan Association .
Earl R. :Murray i." -: ., 691 i 5 74 for Comptroller

For Member Board of Public

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H. E. Farabee '. . . . 104 I1f4 : : ....
John D. Poole . . . .- 77 :. .r.. .' 77 :.% 'i'
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For County Democratic Executive : "
Committeeman, Dist., No.3: ::: ,. X!:!
Arthur Reckwerdt . . 145 145E. ALLELECTR ::::::
L. Stallings .'. . . 180 : '.' 180 .:;i: .. .',. .:..:.
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Mrs. Olney Blount O'Banion . 219 '. m, 219 : : ,( ,:} !

Laura Yeomans . . . 121 '., : 121 CA: ; ;. AR' <' ; n

, For County Democratic Executive ",',' .. .'. ., 1> I CA.A ..Y.
Committeeman, Dist., No.4: p "
Lu b bert Coleman . . . 68 68 :.). (. Electricity is the modern servant; a servant t h.:i:::

Seth Howard . . . :. 45 45 ::: of the ::::
I 'i'i:: takes care of both the work and the pleasures i :

For County Democratic Executive '.....' quickly efficiently :Ifjiii::::
Committeeman, Dist., No. 5: "". : :::: home and one that will do everything ,
1\t. N. Taylor . . . . 95 95 :t:.Y*:: :::;:
Dave Thigpen . . . . 74 74 ; *:! and economically. xt. +
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STATE TICKET ,..:.. One will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or ::::
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United States Senator: :.::
Charles O. Andrews :::302 50 '78 27' 48 505 :::;: give your eyes two hours of; safe reading light or operate ::::
Jerry W. Carter . 95 63 120 35' 1P2 415
(Socker) Cae. .,.134 9 19 9 3 174L. :&!::!: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :!:
Fred P. Cone .'. . 45 39 66 12 18 108 :;: :
of it that :
O. B. Hazen .................... 5 1 2 2 1 11 :II i:::: one thing that gets cheaper the more you use. : {
Bernarr MacFadden ........124 60 80 18 14 290 A.:;

For Governor: |..**.!Y! That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home Si*!

James Barbee . . 11 6 19 7 42 ....:. :!: ::
J. H. Clancy . . 1 2 2 ,. 1 '. 7 ..+ that' is all electric and modern. t'
Walter D. Fraser . 19 7 20 3 8 57 Y -
Spessard L. Holland .334 Y?_ ,,
62 78' 38 104 618 YY : ,:,
Carl Maples . . . 1 2 4 r ....!..
B. F. Paty . . . 137 49 78 19 18 301 :&:
Burton Schoepf . . 1 1 6 6 14 ::::: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV *:
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Walker ... ........ 10 2 14 2 1 92
I' Fuller Warren ................145 79 96 26 33 379 IOI Yy ?
' Francis P. Whitehair ......
93 41 75 13 27 Vv
:.r--:: ..." For Attorney General 249 :::;: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. iXX:::::I::

;, Ed. n. Bentley .............145. 55 55 19 10 284 1 ....:..
Millard B. Conklin ........ 36 4 11 3 1 65D. AAXY .' r' .s.: .
E. B. Donnell ................105 3 7 12 6 133 '" __
P. Martin . . 85 3f 64 12 73. 265 : :Y.i:A:
i,_ J. Tom' Watson . .227 79 142 38 63 5 49 :&i::: X.IXX yxx

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'' Frank Drown . . .105 29 35 S 14 191 XAY
:Et :it'1 Edwin O. Fraser . 98 40 76 10 5.7 281
'..' ...' I J.M.Lee . . . ,461 .126 239 74 98 998 Co.
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J. Edwin Larson . .267 63 99 25 62 51"6..
R. L. (Bob) Richard 69 16 24 7 18 134 XXAA:
b Wm. (Bill) Wainwright 254 69 147 32 50 582 I '

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pouglass I ,340 51 95 ..... ; ?.
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Mother's Day service.. We don't day at 3:30 with Mrs. McLeroy. 1940. prose of transacting such other busi-

The Friendly Church worship mother but we seelto: Sunbeams meet at the church The said budget is now on file and ness as may- properly come' before. ,
may be- examined at the office of .
honor her while we worship God.Theta Monday 3:30 Mrs. Davis is in the Secretary of the said District at said meetingsDATED
REV. H. G. McLeROY, Pastor Clewiston, Florida. The Board" of THIS 24 DAY OF APRIL
will be no evening preach- charge. Supervisors of Sugarland Drainage : 1940. i
t.. Sunday school 9:45 a. m., B. ing as this is the time of the Bac Junior G. A.'s meet at church District will meet at 10 o'clock In BY 'ORDER OF THE BOARDOF

,E. Herring, superintendent. calaureate Sermon at the school. Wednesday 3:30 p'. m. with Mrs. the forenoon on the 11th. day of SUPERVISORS. SUGAR-
:May, 1U40! at the office of the Sec- .
Morning worship 11:00 a. m. Training Union worship meets Hodges. retary of the District In Clewiston. LAND DRAINAGE DISTRICT.By

. Sermon by pastor. 6:45 p. m., Arch Hodges dir ctor. The Monthly Program Meetingof Florida for the purpose of hearing F. DEANE DUFF.

;':'i The services will be a special Intermediate G. A's. meet Mon.NNHN.NN.NN1 W. M. S. meets at the church objections the said.and budget complaints, and for with the respectto pur- Its President.
3t ,April 26"May 3-10. 1940.
Tuesday at 3:30 p. m.

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Many, Many Thanks t ty :_iI D D

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!I ::_:. I wish to .express my sincere appreciation ;:: '
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:" "!., B. C. FLANIKEN holder of Tax Cer-
f:; ::: election.I tificate No. 565. issued the 4 day of TrespassersWill
;.i'X Sept. A. D. 1933, has filed same' in
+ my office and has made application
Y A, for a tax deed to be issued thereon. Be

:: earnestly solicit your continued support :t:,, Said described certificate property embraces In the the followIng Countycf ProsecutedCleviston

'. Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit:
Lots 39 to 41 Block 356 Clewiston. 5Y xG5sfc''r ;
:;: and cooperation in the second primary of :: The assessment of the said property

'. .. under the said 'certificate Issued was I
."; ::. in the name of Elmer G. Case.
:" 2 8 Unless said certificate shall be redeemed ;,::A
X May i I according to law, the property IJ 8
described therein will be sold to
the highest bidder at the court house
door on the first Monday in the monthof
June. 1940, which is the 3 day .of 1
"." June, 1940. And
Dated this 16 day of April, 1940. Realty

tit l Mrs. Homer Taylor jj I (Seal.) WILLIAM Clerk Hendry cf County Circuit T. HULL, Court Florida., of' DevelopmentCorporation Clewiston Federal

; April 19-26, Iay 3-10, 1940.

i ) Savings and ,LoanAssociation

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... 242, issued the 1st day of AugustA. .
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D. 1927, has filed same In my office ,
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:, ficate embraces the following:
.. ed property in the County of describ-I
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:: State of Florida, to-wit: -, .
Block 110 LaBelle. : ." ,: -
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.:; The assessment of the said property .-. .' .. .
\ \.cf if :}St under the said certificate issued : ."
'; was' in the name of John F.'"Weber. "
Unless said certificate shall .be redeemed \
>.' 'iT.A-: ', : according to law the
Thanks ., ,, ', ; proper-
I" ;t! therein will be sold to I .friends
ty' described am extremely grateful to my many
( the highest bidder at the Court House
;:, t' : : T" door on the first Monday in the monthof
: June, 1940, which is the 3rd day.
: of June, 1940.
Dated this 3rd day of :May, 1940. and supporters for the vote .given me in ,the
". (Seal) WILLIAM: T. HULL, ,
Clerk cf Circuit Court of

f Words cannot express how grateful, I am 4t. May ;3-10-17-24 Hendry, 19.40.NOTICE County. Florida.

,election Tuesday, and shall show my appreciation -


to you for the splendid support and vote .. ,r
- TRICT TAXES FOR THE "YEAR. by ,serving you honestly and fairlyat

r' me on May 7 and I sincerely hope and NOTICE 1940. IS HEREBY GIVEN thatin : T
gave accordance with the provisions of: ''" ,,,-, : ,' '- ". :'j.- /,':
all times.
f: Chapter 18287, enacted at the 1937 ;., ", ,.
f: Session of the Legislature of the Stateof ,.,: ,', ....,-," "; :
Florida and approved by the Gov-
: trust t h. of Hendry county ernor of the State of Florida, on :May
20, 1937, the Board of Supervisors of
it.; Sugarland Drainage District, a draIn-

will under'age district' the laws organized of Florida and, and existing em- i. Many, Many Thanks! ,
! co-operate one with the other. "
,Y ;;<- bracing lands within Hendry and .
Glades Counties, has caused to be : '
, prepared a budget of the debt ser- ''>,
. .".- vice requirements and of the costs ..
of maintaining and operating all of Bob Harris
the works and improvements of
:J' Sugarland Drainage District and of ,
administering affairs of the Dis- I .
i : Dennis Small \
'.:/ trict. generally during the year beginning -
on the First day of Novem- ; ; .
" \ }: ber, 1940 and ending on the Thirty- ,.:' ', ,J.p, -" First day of October 1941. Said bud; '
get, among other things, shows the
I amount of Unit No. 1 Debt Service< ,
Tax Unit No. 2 Debt Service Tax,
I Unit No. 1 Maintenance Tax and Unit
No. 2 Maintenance Tax per acre<

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I I I II Mrs. Clarence J. Neilson spent Green-Armstrong I MRS. GIDEOX RROWA'' HOSTESS Thomas Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. R. ,'
Monday in Fort Pierce. AT BRIDGE PARTY FRIDAYMrs. '
Smith, Mrs. J. G. Niblack, Mrs.J r;

[ PersonalsRay J Mrs. Campbell E. Nail left Thurs- Bennett McLaughlin and Mrs. C.
Clewiston friends are interestedin G. H. Brown was hostessat J. Neilson. '
day morning for Madison to visit
the announcement of the a bridge party at her home' Fri-
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. ',
marriage of Roy Green, former day afternoon. A dessert course "
Munroe.. Mr. Nail accompanied her
Clewiston boy, and Miss Lorraine was served at the beginning of LOST: Ten dollars between Schult '
Bass spent the week-end in train.to West Palm Beach to board a Armstrong of Belle Glade. play and later prizes were awardedto apartment and Avantrs.: 'Reward. s

Mrs. C. L. McLendon for high
The performed
Okeechobee.Mr. ceremony was Oliver Strayhorn It.
23rd, the I score, firs. K. C. Wilson for second :;
Mrs. Christine Chapman Roberts Friday evening, May by
and Mrs. Don Carlisle of I and Merrell Lowe spent Sunday in Rev. Russell 'T. Loesch. The only high, Mrs. V. C. Nelms for low .' ,

Canal Point spent Friday ,here visit- Miami with relatives of Mrs. attendants were Mr. and Mrs. A.W. I and Mrs. Carl Johnson 'as cut WANTED: Late Model used electric -

ing Miss Hortense Collins. Roberts. Miss Kathleen Chapman Flinn. The bridge wore an en- prize. refrigerator. Small size.
returned with them and is visiting semble of grey and rose sheer with
Other guests included Mrs- Miles Phone 115. Miss Royal. ,
her sister. rose accessories and had a shoulder I ,
Mr. and :Mrs. Thomas B. Shelleyof
corsage of gardenias. ,
Miami are spending a few days MRS. RACKSTRAW IS HOSTESSAT \ sf
visiting in Clewiston. : AFTERNOON BRIDGE Immediately after the' ceremonythe .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:--OO"i-
couple left for Palm Beach
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Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw entertained where they spent a few days. .
:Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Boone and
with a bridge party Friday after- Mrs. Green has lived in Belle
daughter, Sandra, are spending their noon at her home on Osceola Ave. Glade for two ye'arsShe was I
, vacation in St. Petersburg.Mr. A Fostoria sandwich tray wa graduated from the Pahokee High I TO THE VOTERS OF CLEWISTON: _

awarded to Mrs. W. C. Prewitt for School in the class of 1937. She f
and Mrs. P. G. White, of
owns and operates a beauty shopin y. t
first prize, and a printed bag to
Canal Point, were week-end guestsof Belle Glade. :: sincere thanks for the nice
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Augur.' Mrs. B. A. Bourne for second prize. My majority :
Mrs. P. G. White, of Canal Point, : Mr. Green was a popular memberof .i. .:. ,

W: C. Owen returned Monday won: a silver tray as cut prize and the junior class of the Clewiston :: given me here in the first primary Tuesday. :: ,
night from St. Petersburg, wherehe Mrs. C. G. Coburn of Port Mayacca, High School, and had been elected

has been a patient in Bay Pines novelty salt and peppers for ,con- class president for the senior year,
solation. when he moved with his parents to The of the have
Hospital for several weeks. majority county voters :!:
Fruit cake,' whipped cream ,and Belle Glade five years ago. He

Mrs. E. E. Jeffcoat and daughters, orange juice were served by the graduated from the Pahokee high
h Betty and Elise, have returned hostess at the conclusion of play. school in '1935, and from the University :_!: willed that you shall have a new sheriff after :.:.

from a visit of" several weeks with The guest list included Mrs. H. of Florida in 1939. He is .'i'.. ..
relatives in Augusta, Ga. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. W. C. employed by the Chalker/and Lund : : "
Owen, Mrs. Jay W. 1\Ioran,1\Irs. W. construction. company in Belle' :f January 1 1st and I feel no bitterness toward :: I

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Mr. and Mrs. Judson Francis C. Prewitt, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Glade. : ':

and daughter, Catherine, of Canal Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. B. A. :!: those who voted against me. From now :;!:;
Point, were week-end guests of Bourne, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs.R. .
Mr. and Mrs. A. O., Ward. H. Knight Mrs. G. T. Augur, THURSDAY AT BRIDGEMrs. X X
Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs- C. H.: :!: until January 1 st I shall endeavor to give you ::

Mrs. William H. Lanier returned Berner, Mrs. G. A. Yon, of South W. C. Owen entertained six

Sunday from a week's visit with Bay, Mrs. C. J. Coburn, Port Mayacca tables of bridge players at her :: the ::
same impartial administration of the law :
:Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Chadwick in Mrs. P. G. White/ Canal Point, home yesterday afternoon, using .
4 Tampa Mrs. F. Deane Duff and Mrs. C. E. gladioli and Easter lilies to decorateher ?

NaIL. living room. :: as I have in ,the past. ::

Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Van Bush Mrs. Keathley Bowden receivedan '

and Miss Margaret Jensen of :Miamiare MRS. HUMBER HONOREE aquaflorium as first prize, Mrs.G. .

expected here today to spend AT PARTY SATURDAYMrs. B. Rackstraw,. a hanging pottery :

the week-end with Mrs. Maxwell's flower container as average prize, L. DeLaney r
daughter, Mrs. Glen Etherton.Mrs. J. F. Curry entertained witha :Mrs. R. H. Knight, a needle-point 1"H. J rf

bridge party Saturday afternoon flower holder for low prize and .
J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. Jay W. complimenting Mrs. Jennie Mae Mrs. C. E. Miner, a flower basketfor '
Moran and Mrs. Deane Duff were Humber, of Columbus, Ga., who was 'cut prize. :: :: ':
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guests at a bridge luncheon given the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. W. A refreshing salad course and 1.N....N.N.N...;N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N..:.N.N.N.N.N..1.N.N.N.N.H.N.N.N.M.M.'...N.N.N..:.N.N.N.HN. .1..N.M.N.N..N.N. ;' ..:1-

by Mrs. L. W. Journigan in Canal Ezelle. iced drink were served by the I

... Point. Wednesday.Mrs. Mrs. Humber received a guest hostess to Mrs.. Horace Bestor, Mrs.
--.- remembrance, Mrs. G. T. Augurwon I. Ralph Bishop, Mrs. W. E. Bolton, .
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George Crow is spending a chop plate for first prize, Mrs.. B. A. Bourne, Mrs. Sidney :.
several days this week at Fort Mrs. B. C. Flaniken won low, and Crochet, Mis. Claude Downs, Mrs.F. .

Myers Beach with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Willard Simpsbn, cut prize. Deane Duff. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, '

Foy Durrence who have taken a Ice cream and cake were servedto Mrs. Josephine Knight, Mrs. R. H. '_ '" ',, .' ,.; .." ". :;1

cottage there for their two weeks' Miss Evelyn Burhans, Mrs. C. Knight, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. C. E. \ .
vacation. L. Downs, Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. Miner, :Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. .,:!,;, : .,; >. :' .:,:_\:: ;f.-: ... .:!:;'; '. -" '. 1 {
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Keathley Bowden, Mrs. G. B. M. M. Prew'itt, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Thanks .t"' ', "' ..'- : ,,'\
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Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and Thomas, Mrs. Augur, Mrs. ..'\' < '.,'
Simpson MrsG.. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. H. J. .. .. !
Emma Jane Ezelle accompaniedMrs. Mrs. Flaniken, Mrs. Humber .: / ; : ::
B.' Scharnberg, :Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, ff. f : k. i :;( : :
Jennie Mae Humber to West Mrs. F. D. Duff, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. 'R. N. '' : /

Palm Beach Sunday. Mrs. Humber, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and Mrs. P. G. Smith, Mrs.: Elbert Stewart, Mrs.

who has been their guest for sev- White. Harry Vaughn and Mrs. M. E. Von .
eral days, left for her home in Mach. Please accept my ..sincere'apprecia n for


Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward and I I MRS GLEX ETHERTOX your support
Grace Ward are- spending tonightin Employees of the Commissary

Canal Point with Mr. and Mrs. 1 Department of the United States I: Mrs. Glen Etherton was hostess I II

Judson Francis. Mr. and Mrs. Sugar Corporation, were guests of to members of her bridge club anda I am grateful for the fine vote you .'gave me
Francis and Grace will leave tomorrow the Turner Packing Company of few 'friends yesterday afternoon.A .
for St. Paul on a vacation Arcadia at a barbecue given on the I I hand-made buffet set went as

trip. banks of Peace River near Arca- first prize to Mrs. B. J. Schroeder.A and 'shall look forward to your continued

dia Sunday.An crocheted centerpiece, as low
Mrs. Harry R. Lamb and Mrs. outdoor dinner of barbecued prize, went to Mrs. Gene Beery, 28.
J. O. Pearce of Okeechobee, were ribs and swamp cabbage was ser- and another centerpiece to Mrs. R. support 'on May .
guests Monday of their sister, Mrs. ved at noon. Afterwards the .
group M. Hare, jr., who held traveling ,. ,
Ruth B. Owens. They were accom- attended a negro baseball game in prize.
panied by their brother and sister- Arcadia.
in-law, Mr. and Mrs. O- D. Brass, I The hostess served a frozen salad 't
.. ; B. E. .:
course to Mrs. Schroeder, Mrs. Roy nl t.f.I HerringMany
HIS FIFTH BIRTHDAY MONDAY Alston, Mrs. W. F. Nail, Mrs.' Beery, "., f,5: ::. :"" :'" '
Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. Harry '
Mrs. Hubert A. Land, Mrs. H. ', :
Knight, :Mrs. Hare and Mrs. John "t.;. : :
C. Avant, Shari Land, Mrs. A. Gene Fuller ... ,
celebrated his fifth Elmore. r :' ::-.r 'i.::; >rl
Sullivan, Mrs. A. B. Slonaker, Mrs birthday at the home of his grand- ;

B. E. Nail, sr., Mrs. J. P. Higgins, parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fuller, I MRS. NELSON, MRS. McGOWAXEXTPJRTAIX
Mrs H. C. Jones and children, Monday. Several playmates were B \P'1'IST CLASS
Patricia Higgins, Miss Norma invited in to spend the afternoon |

Zamponi, Lois Prince, Virginia playing
games on the lawn and The Ladies Class of the Baptist
Lawhon, Mrs. J. H. Pressley, Mrs. porch., .
Sunday School met yesterday afternoon -
Glen dith Etherton Mrs. Zerney Mere- Mrs. Fuller served ice cream and at the home of Mrs. C. Nelsonfor :.;:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: .:..:..:..:..:..:.':.':":":":":":":":":".:":":":":":'.:":":":":": :":":..:..:..:..:.
Mrs. H. C. Post, were in La- birthday cake to Bettye Carol I its monthly business meeting.Mrs. .
Belle Wednesday afternoon attend- Flaniken, Donald Terrell, Jimmy
L. C. Miller presided over ..
ing a baby contest at the LaBelleWoman's Knight Estelle, Carol and Charlotte
the business meeting. Mrs. Dan :
Club. Gaskell. B. Allen was elected third vice- Thanks :! :' ;T; ? ,
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president. -

.................................................. ......... ......... ...... I Mrs. Alex McGowan and Mrs
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h .:. Nelson hostesses, served punch and
pound cake to Mrs. H. E. Walker,

_I.I FrontingNew Sugar : :|y: King Mrs. R.Mrs.J. E.Blount E. Kelly, Mrs., Mrs.Arthur A. I wish to express my appreciation for the

D. Dixon, Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot,
I.I Mrs. 0. C. Landon, Mrs. W'. J. Robi- home
splendid vote given me by my precinctas
son, 1Irs.Vhithair, Mrs. J. L.
J.| Corporation f! Whitaker and Mrs. Don Pullen
I Office I well as in the entire county in the first primary -


t I* MAKE DOXATIOXS TO CHURCH Tuesday for re-election as your repre-

125 feet-at a price making the best &: The Ladies Aid. Society, at its

0. regular meeting at the Community sentative. .
I'k I- : ,
X Church Thursday afternoon, votedto oJ i

: investment buy in Clewiston. :::: make a fifty dollar don'ation to "

A f the church trustees, the money to Your continued support is solicited
.1. i be applied toward recent repairsto
b the church building.Mrs. the until .'the second primary .
? John H. Doty new presi- through period ,
y dent, was 'in the chair during thQ

business meeting, and other items on May 28 as well as your vote on that date.
_: J. E. Beardsley ':;: of tention.routine business were given at-

|::: REAL ESTATE Mrs.; Kent Pendleton program I (
chairman, presented a program
.. JIM- ::: "Service Above Self", assisted by Elbert L. Stewart
LAWRENCE s: Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. Gideon
::: .. BETTY SPICER MILDRED DURST :;: Brown and Mrs. I. D. Leydig.

Y Hostesses were Mrs. H. n.. Hall
; and Mrs. R. H. Knight. There was a
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I. two keys to a cabin First:THE CHEERFUL up then dowl'I CHERUB.

J I BY LIDA LARRIMORE _I my life Flows on,

j SYNOPSIS "Mmm?" she hummed on a rising "New York papers?" Gay scram- the landing. Gay remained silent, now sublime. ..

inflection."I bled to the edge of the float. "Wheredid her eyes fixed upon the tiny waves
Charming, wealthy Gabriella (Gay for asked you if you were bored." you get them?" disappearing in bright succession It has ,a. rhythmic

short) Graham, engaged to Todd Janeway, "Certainly not." "I sent for them," Kate said. beneath the float. John's 'eyes rested
( Maine woods accompanied feeling though
cabin In the
returns to a "
i. by a friend, Kate Oliver. The "You weren't listening. "Is there-?" Gay asked quickly. upon her profile. Moments passedin
idea of a stay at the cabin occurred to her "I was." Then, more deliberately, "What'sthe an estranging silence. Like riding on the:.
when she received a key to It following the "Don't be He sat to "
( polite. up ? "You needn't know John
j death of her godfather Uncle John Lawrence news you waves' of
i II The two girls notice that someone light a cigarette. "There's no rea- "Your father sailed three days said presently.
Is living in the cabin. Kate suspects that son why should be interested.It Time..
I Gay knows the identity of the mysterious ago, Kate said in reply to. Gay'squestion. She glanced at him questioningly. b a
returns. He is must seem very dull and, as you It., ("
'occupant. The mystery man "Apologize, he said. "You can
i John Houghton a young doctor whom Gay said, unrewarding. "
Immediately "But he wasn't to have returned. think of me as a landing-post, too.
had known In previous years.
"I can think of gayer subjects, 00
! aggressive, Gay asks him by what right he until- "I am, I suppose," she said, aftera
, she finds, is she said, wanting to hurt him be- '
'is in the cabin. His right, "Exactly." His turned to moment.
: '!greater than her own. He, too, possesses cause he had hurt her. eyes
:. la key, but more than that Is heir to it "Such ?" Kate. She sat with'compressed lips His glance, in turn, questioned."All < b
I from his Uncle John, Gay's godfather. Gay as- looking up at Gay through slightly the thinking." WNU Service.
I its high handed with him, and he states "Well, aquaplaning, for instance. things you're
; courtesously that he will leave. Looking at "All right. Talk away. I'll listen." narrowed eyes.""He. missed the auction She laughed, a clear brittle laugh,
j him in the doorway, her old feelings return. in London, she said."That's quickly stilled. "Spoiled, selfish, in-
"As ?
1 I She knows that he is more necessary to her a penance bad. That's really
r than is Todd Janeway, the man she is to "I shan't be able to add anythingto very considerate.
. marry. Gay asks John to reconsider his the conversation. I've had nei- bad. Gay gave an exclamation, There was no humility in her CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
decision to leave.CHAPTER. half dismay half exasperated
I ther the time nor the opportunityfor voice. She was neither apologizingnor
"Aunt Flora cabled him
I luxury sports." she said. probably admitting. She seemed, John

i IIIContinued5 "Skiing, then." thought, to be taking some sort of
"Your mother has not been idle
"You're at that aren't ?" perverse Pide.in unadmirable
! good you .
Kate reminded her "not
j Not that problems were pressing. "Fairly. It was included in the mention a varied assortment'grimly, 'of rel qualities she listed. The sincere

I They seemed to retreat farther into curriculum of the school. at Geneva. protest which sprang to his lips remained CLOTHING BARGAINS
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t the hazy distance with each day ." "They're such an articulate fam- unspoken. Tenderness crys- SKIRTS lOc, PANTS, 45C, SUITS S2.95.
': that Gay spent at the lake. She "I can't add much to that sub- tallized into antagonism. Send for FREE BARGAIN SHEET. DIXIE
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was active from the hour of their ject," he said. "I've done; a little "If you are referring to the anx-
"Yes said "and
Kate dryly, unfortunately -
early breakfast until the inevitable skiing on the hills at home. Nothing iety you are probably causing ,at
! !'moment when her eyes dropped over sensational. You'd consider my ex- terment." cable rates are no de, home," he said coolly, "I think I OPPORTUNITYMEN

; !a magazine, the ,parchesi board or ploits amateurish, I'm afraid." agree with you."
OR WOMEN! No age limit! Build
"But why couldn't they have wait- "
ithe word games which Kate instigated There was no humility in his "Of course, she said brightly. own permanent business on $3,00 Investment -
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I to while away the after-supper voice. His obvious intention was to you
t'. '{interval when darkness fell over imply that an interest in sports was ened her voice was gone. Though everything, haven't I?"

,..: the woods and the lake. She slept trivial in comparison with his more he saw her only in', profile, John "Certainly, by any standards, you BABY CHICKS

''soundly, without dreaming. serious aspirations. Gay turned her knew that her eyes were dark and have a great deal."

;. It was the air of Maine, she supposed head and looked out across the wa- mutinous. "Why must they jump to "There's no sensible reason whyI CHICKS I r! Assortedheaviesblood-$390

; and the simple life she'd been ter toward the shore. If it was a defense conclusions? Aunt Flora would, of should run away less than a month No culls. 100 postpaid 9
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! hadn't realized how tired she'd been knew, she thought they were. If, had flushed into the cheek that he

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!' '. thought, the contentment she felt, the cabin- that the knuckles showed white."I .

t: her pleasure in the sun and wind, "I can't talk abou ,polo, either," can't answer that," John said. PHOTOGRAPHY

17 the daylight hours of activity, the he said, breaking, a lengtheningpause "I know nothing of the circum-

long nights of restful sleep. But "Or horse shows or yacht stances." ..

would she have stayed if John had races or the Costume Ball at South- ; "Well, there ish't," she said. "No .. DEVELOPED
r: gone? Would she be so contented hampton." sensible reason. Todd is-splendid.I 19 PRINTED)

now, lying warm and drowsy in "Well," she said, presently, "I It f '- y suppose we've been half in love ,\ ANY SIZE ROLL, G OK 8

. 'the sun on the rocking float, if he suppose we can. talk about the with each other since I was six and EXPOSURES-HIGH POSTAGE GLOSS PAID
not there in the cabin potter- "
were weather. he was nine. SKYLAND STUDIOS

ing with his test-tubes and micro- "Always." She turned her head to Only half in love? he wanted to "Land of TJit Sky Tlmshen .

/ scope in the room that had been find him smiling at her, not the iron- ask. Instead, thoughtfully silent, in- ASHEVILLE.N.C.AT .

.Mrs. Dill's? ical smile which fostered hostilities, creasingly astonished, he lit a cig

':. But he wasn't there. At a cheert but a smile which widened into his arette. colors LAST! Roll! All developed your snapshots, 8 natural In natural color

t\ ful hail from the shore Gay rolled engaging grin. "I understand there's "We're to be married at South- prints only 25c. Natural color reprints, 3c.
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',..' over and then sat up. He stood on been a heat-wave in New York. ampton in the Little Red Church on PHOTO, Room 211 Janesville Wise.

W. the boat-landing in swimming.trunks "Idiot!" Gay laughed. They the Dunes." She spoke lightly,

:; and jersey, an arm raised in'salute."Is laughed together, amused friendly quickly, adding word to word as HOUSEHOLD"Magic

r the Water cold?" he called. laughter which narrowed the distance though she were building a house

f t "Frigid. I have icicles in my between them, laughter which with cards which a breath, a too Roach Box" effective new method.

l- ears." held a trembling vibration more conciliating impetuous touch would destroy. Attractive Co., 1712 sales Valmont article., New Sample Orleans lOc.,Nock La.

f "Think I'll paddle over." than words. "It's Mother's show. You see Dad

: "Sissy!" she taunted. "I'swam." "That's better." He offered her a gave me my debutante party. Now

i. "You were showing off." He cigarette. "I suspect your motives she has her inning. It's a little Small PleasuresThe

dipped his toes into the water and when you're polite." complicated." She laughed again,

t.r/ withdrew them with a grimace. "When you're polite, I know very that clear brittle laugh quickly chief secret of comfort lies
. well what motives stilled. "Aunt Flora insists that she
; "Pure exhibitionism. your are. in not suffering trifles to vex, us,
r "Superior stamina." "What?" His eyes met hers above "You needn't, you know," won't attend the reception in mystepfather's and in prudently cultivating an
home. She will
'. "Oh, yes?" the match that he held to her ciga- John said presently.. though", undercurrent of small pleasures
. if only to point a reproving moral.
Thank heavens rette."You're. since very few great ones are let
they'd gotten over
But I thought Mother had "Todd's father is giving us a boat to...
. filled with disapproval. course.
; being so terribly polite, she thought, she on long leases.-Aughey.
wedding present went
for a on
"I'm not. His smile softened the more sense
'.', watching him take a shallow dive there had been breakin
though no
from the end of the landing. The contradiction.' "I'm filled with sup- "It's been five days," Kate pointed as
the clear rippling stream of
.: pressed curiosity." out. "They probably think you've
first day after she and Kate had
, words. "We're sailing south. We'llleave
can't'wonder BDlmOUS ?
"Scientific curiosity? She sat been kidnaped. You
: arrived it had been pretty dreadful.They'd the boat in Florida for the
, back on the float, her arms around that they're anxious," she added in
watched each other warily
winter and bring her north next Here is Amazing Relief of
.; f suspicious of the meaning behind her knees. a tone of increasing exasperation."I've summer. The Janeways have a Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels

every gesture, all defenses stoutly "No, purely human." He hesitated been away longer than place at Palm Beach." )aru !l 11,1 If you think all laxatives

;, guarded. It was different now. Each then asked, "Your experiment? that." "Will you actually sail?" John n: &;;;cr .I ry"''lp1J/eJj''''1;'!.-_ act all| vegetable*alike Just laxative.So try this.
day that passed brought them closer Is[ it working out? Or have you bur- "But not at a time like this when asked his interest for the 'moment mild thorough, refreshing, invigorating. Dependable
'' something has been arranged for relief from sick headaches bilious spells,
ied it under a pine tree?
together in an impersonal companionship quite detached from Gay. tired feeling when associated with constipation.
1- based on experiences His question caught her offguard.Her you practically every hour. Think of (TO BE CONTINUED) Without Risk EC*a 25c box of NR from your

.: shared, household chores squabbled eyes turned, again, to the canoe the excuses, the questions, the evasions not deljglited'return druggist.the Make box to the us.test We-thenif will

" over and gaily performed, a great tied to the landing."It ." I I refund the purchase \\0
them. I haven'tthe Meat Curing SimplifiedBy price. That' fair. ,,
; deal of laughter. Kate's presence isn't so easily disposed of," I "You think" of Get NR Tablets today.Boaster's, a,. ,
:',' was a safeguard. Her wry humor, she said. strength. Using New Process
': her resourcefulness, her energy and "Are you-working at it?"' His "You haven't communicated with
Certain difficulties in curing meatsat
enthusiasm voice was persuasive."Not -anyone?
kept. occupied and very
home have been eliminated with Gold
should I? Todd-un-
"No. Why
amused. Gay, sitting on the float, seriously. I never seem to
derstood. I told both Mother and the use of smoke salt and special "All my goods are,of silver and
her find time.I'm always sleepy or
her knees
arms hugging won- "
dered what would have happenedif hungry or interested or-contented." Aunt Flora in the notes I wrote them meat cures now available at low gold, even my copper kettle,
that I would return at the end of the cost. With the use of these prepara- says the boaster.
Kate hadn't been there. She was A shout hailed them from the .
tions nothing needs to be added at
glad, really glad, that Kate was. shore. Gay turned to see Kate ges- week.
home except water in the case of
"And will ?
turing from the landing. you \1111":
"Perishing? she asked as John'shead fiRST THOUGHT AT THE FIRST
meat. Special meat cures
(" bobbed'' along the side of tlje] "Hello!" she called in reply to the She remembered.him' then. John'sheart pickling ::s st WARNING OF INORGANIC PAIN
mixed for the water
I float. hail. Kate eased herself down into leapt as his eyes, for a mo- already except ':::::; OR COLDS DISCOMFORTS.

the canoe, unfastened the tie-rope' ment, met her shadowed glance. It are pumped to the area around ''the % JOSEPH ASPIRIN
"Practically. He pulled his long in ham and shoulders wellas /IIJ\\
and picked a paddle. sank 'again as she replied with unconscious as '
body up on the planking shook him- up of
arrogance: around joints in other cuts : 1
"The marines coming. Gay
self, scattering" a shower of drops. looked at John, not knowing whethershe "I usually keep my promises, meat, so that, after the outer part WNU-7 19-40

"Hey! Gay said, ducking. felt more relieved or annoyedby don't I?" has been cured with smoke salt, it
"Sorry." He sat beside her, ,the interruption. What he felt "In that case,". Kate said, and he can truly be said that the cuts have' 'Today's popularityof

opened the pocket on the belt of his obvious. thought she sounded considerably been cured from the inside out as Doan's Pills, after
trunks, produced matches and ciga- well from the outside in. many years of worldwide
relieved "we'll be obliged to startin as
shoot Indian ,
"Tell them to go an use, surely must
rettes. "Will you light one for me?" he said. the morning. And I think we At small cost, a specially con- be accepted as evidenceof

he asked. "My hands are wet. should both apologize to John. He structed pump is now available, .And satisfactory favorable public use.

She lit a cigarette, placed it be- CHAPTER IV can't have enjoyed having this discussed writes John'E. Hubel in the Pennsyl- opinion supports that

tween his lips. The brief contact in his presence. And hecouldn't vania Farmer. This pump has a of the able physicianswho
test the value ofDoan's
was closer to intimacy than they had John caught the side of the canoe.It escape," she added, humor, needle with several small holes at under exacting

been during the past five days. For wabbled, then steadied againstthe fostered by relief; breaking through, the bottom, so that the pickling solu- These physicians, too laboratory, conditions.wordof 1

an instant their eyes met and held, float. Kate dropped the paddle. concern and irritation. "He's holding tion is spread to the areas aroundthe advertising; you read approve, the objective every of

then Gay glanced away. "Are you landing?" he asked. me steady. Very generous of bones, which are so hard to get which is only diuretic to recommend Doan's Pills
BS a good treatment for disorderof
"Are your germs behaving well?" "No, thank you." Something had him not to have set me adrift." at with curing salt when ordinarysalt the kidney function and for relief of

she asked, when the light quick beat- disturbed her, he thought. Her plain "Think of me as a landing-post," is used for curing hams and the If pain and worry it causes.

ing of her heart had subsided. clever face, usually serene, looked John said, "if that will make you other cuts. kidneys more must people constantly were aware remove of how waste the

"Abominably." He stretched out both irritated and concerned. She feel better." The pumping process is so simple that cannot stay in the blood' without injury

on the float beside her, his hand sup- glanced up at him as though he was Kate drew the rope into the canoe. that any one can do a good job. to health of why there the would whole bebetter body suffers understanding -

porting his head. "I've just buried the cause of her concern and irrita- "It would if I could," she said. Each stroke of thepump brings when kidneys Jag, and diuretic medica-
the whole lot under Her smile faintly derisive but enough of the pickling solution to tion would be more often employed.
a pine tree. The tion. "I'm going back in a min- was Burning, scanty or too frequent urina-
odor of the cabin is vastly im ute," she said. the expression her keen light the area around the bone in hams tion sometimes warn of disturbed kidney
She and shoulders to cure this part of function. You,may suffer nagging back.
proved. Then, why had she come? He eyes was not unsympathetic. ache, persistent headache, attacks of dizziness -
"Oh, what a shame!1" she said in thought, he was 'sure, that Gay took up the paddle. "I'm going to the meat as thoroughly as that on getting up nights, swelling, puffi-
lunch she said speaking past the outside. For hams and shoul- ness under the eyes-feel weak, nervous,
sympathy, surprised that he seemedso would have answered his question if get all played out.
cheerful. they had remained undisturbed. He John to Gay who sat still and aloofat ders weighing 10 to 15 pounds about Use Doan's Pills. It is better to rely on
the edge of the float looking three pumpfuls of pickle, or about a medicine that has won*world-wide acclaim -
"That's the way it goes, he said. liked Kate. He'd been glad, at first, than less favorably
on something
"You've got to have the patience of that she was here. Lately, though- down into the water. "I'll call when 12 ounces, are sufficient, while for known. Ask your neighbor .

Job." this morning- "Have you robbedthe it's ready." larger hams and shoulders, weigh-
moved off from the ing from 12 to 25 pounds, five pump- ::Iays
"Aren't. you-? An altered tone mail-man again? he asked. The canoe
in his voice caught her straying at- "You'll land in jail. All those papers float. The dip and swish of the pad- fuls or 20 ounces of the solution will DOAN SPILLS

tention. -" dle grew'fainter as Kate approached I be enough, for a good cure.:

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Without Ball

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HOUSEHOLD The only place in the world

where football is played seriously _
\ QUESTIONSWhen without a ball is the Caroline -

group of the South Pacific islands. :;

There are 11 men on a side, and i
you boil potatoes and want they assume the orthodox posi :-
them to be floury, put a heaped tions. As there is no ball, the
teaspoonful of sugar in the boiling players merely hop on one leg '.';

water. They *will. taste. delicious. D I Events in the Lives of Little Mend I D i until opposite they numbers.come up against Then theii each .:;-i.

Your stockings will not ladder player places the sole of his free :S

if you add a few drops of vinegarto foot against the sole of an oppo
the water when you wash them nent's foot, and pushes. The man ,.J.
for the first time. It strengthensthe who falls is out of the game. .,
weave. I Though one would imagine that .. :
such matches would be over in a .
P few minutes, they last for hours, .
Slide fasteners are conven-
very for the players .
are remarkably
ient for furniture coverings. They GN
TpN ; .
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BowlingClewiston's Polls High State Vote One Killed, Two HurtIn Enters Run-Off Jerry Bolton Recovers

Belle Glade CrashBelle From Lung InfectionJerry
first handicap eli- I

mination bowling tournament open-

ed Monday night with eight matches Glade George Cogborn, Bolton, two year old sou

played and eight of the original Jacksonville, was instantly killed of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bolton, was

sixty entries eliminated. Matches Sunday morning at 3:45 o'clock, brought home Sunday from the

have continued through the week. when a car in which he was riding Good Samaritan Hospital in West

and it is expected that the entire with three companions' crashed kI c ) Palm Beach, safely on the road to

first round will be completed this against the railing of the new con- recover from an infection whichhe

week. Two matches in the second rcte bridge over the Hillsboiough has suffered for several weeks.

bracket have already been played.On r anal here. ( The infection was apparently en-

Monday' night J. B. Brantley Phillip Carmichael and Hugh u Ip tirely caused by a piece of sugar

eliminated R. Kelly with a score Roberts were. taken to Everglades cane fiber which lodged in the lung

of 145-129-151 against Kelly's 119- Memorial Hospital at Pahokee to several weeks ago while the child

eliminated be treated for bruises. and frac- was chewing cane. became
133-131; M. E. Von Mach y / r Jerry
Emmett Shelley with 157-137- tures. ill afterwards, and was taken to the

110 against 99-102-98; Carr Settle .vC N JyFt3r' Police Officers P. C. Reese and West Palm Beach hospital, wherehe
b '
nosed out Bud Vaughn with 168- R. K. '''Barlow, detained William suffered a slight case of pneu'

147-139 against Vaughn's 140142146 Peterson, driver of the car, who monia. Upon improving, he was

and 15 handicap; Junior escaped injury and he is' being heldin brought home, but became ill 'again, !.

Waters eliminated H. A. Bestor the Belle Glade jail awaitinga and returned to the hospital where

157-166 and 172 against 108-81-97; coroner's inquest. his condition became very ser'ious.He .

Boyd Vorhees eliminated Fred The four men, according to the improved following a blood

Flanders 132-105-139 to 101-96- police officers, were on their wayto transfusion, but became worse

'124; Martin defeated E. M. McCoy Clewiston from Pahokee when again. Just as doctors were pre-

150-159-137 to 161-125-123; Grat- their car, travelling at a high rate paring to remove him to the :operat-

ton George defeated A. Driggers 142- of speed, struck one rail' of the ing room in order to remove the
.MRS.: ,, HOMER; TAYLORFor cane fiber by surgery Jerry, in a
137-180 to 141-135-128 and Ed CHARLES O. ANDREWS bridge and was hurled back into

Von Mach eliminated E. E. Kelly For U. S. Senator the other rail, crushing the iearend Tax Collector fit of coughing dislodged- the good-

149-154-179 to 123119184.On of the machine.All sized piece of sugar cane stalk. His

improvement was rapid afterwards.The .
the nights intervening be- are residents of Jacksonvilleand .
tween Monday night and last night Survey For Lake have been employed as steelworkers Glen Etherton, Wins-. many friends of the family

several matches were played off, on a building being erectedin are delighted at the recovery of 'I

the of which not avail- Clewiston. the baby. -
scores were
Islands Is SoughtA
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able this morning. Jimmy Weaver Cogborn is survived by a widow I
Reeder Herron had 100
advanced to second bracket t by' and a daughter in Jacksonville. man, I with Miller on the 28th. The third
virtue of his win over Garrison; F. survey" of the southeastern sec- candidate, G. R. Hatch of Sears

Hollingsworth won over E. H. tion of Lake. Okeechobee with a New Home The incumbent commissioner in trailed far behind Miller's 755 votes
BegunOn the No. 4 _
Denaud district Frank
Holstine Dick Hall defeated B.
B. view to providing flood protectionfor with 385.

McLaughlin, Jimmy Couse won Kraemer,. Ritta and Torry Islands Ave. McClenithan polled 73 votes to defeat Gets Largest Vote
Sagamore his Alto
from Jerry Wilcox, Curry won over is proposed ,in a resolution opponent with
64 votes.In Dennis Small, incumbent tax
O- F. Schiffli, Ned Hager won over introduced in the National Houseby -
four-way in district 5 assessor showed a clean pair of
a race
Hudson 'Tillery, C. E. Nail defeatedA. and referred 6
Pat Cannon '
Rep. Paul Bussey began the construc-
heels to his H. E. 0'-
E. Hull
B was high with 85 votes
W. Sias, Ed Markette eliminatedC. to the Flood-Control Committee.The tion this week of a new frame
I Brien and Neely Davis by polling
and Jim Maddox second, and the
V. Parkinson, Paul Slonaker won directs Army engineers bungalow on Sagamore Street for .
resolution i
run-off candidate, 75. W.: S. Schultzwas the county's largest vote. Small
over R. C. Wilson, W. H. Lanier for the I Peter Christensen, Moore Haven
to make the survey third 'with 33 and Arthur had 1302 votes, O'Brien was second
took a close one from M. W. Bigg, purpose of determining the feasibility plumber and tinner who will move Peters ''fourth with 20. with 198 and Davis had only 119. I

G. Small advanced with a win overJ. of' erecting floodcontrolworks his business here as soon as the 1--------------------------------
One School Board Run-OfT
Hollingsworth, Sandy Bell which would protect the 'home is completed.
Mrs. Fred Dunaway and M0.. INVITATION FOR BIDS
eliminated Ed Clark Joe Schroeder
islands against flood waters from The structure, of frame with
Allen go into the run-off for school
defeated Olin Waters, Arthur Oliver metal roof will be
shingle thirty by
the lake. board member from district No. 1, Office of the Board of Commissioners -
defeated R. N. Smith, Charles' Ben- fifty feet, fifteen feet off the of Okeechobee Flood Control District -
son, defeated JM. Oliver, Dr. J. W. These three islands lie outsidethe back end to be made into a work- Allen polling 97 votes and Mrs. 403 Harvey Building, West Palm
government dike and are subject -- Dunaway 90. Harry M. Howard had Beach, Florida.
Ezelle advanced with a win over shop. The home will have: four Sealed bids in duplicate, subject to
overflow when
to periodic 77, and Earl R. Murray 74. conditions contained
Crawford, J. F. Tippy eliminatedArt large and bath. herein, will be
lake attains a high stage or heavy rooms Dillon Hall defeated G. M. Wat- received until 11 A. M. on the 22nd
Lawrence and Hanson won over Mr. Christensen moved a frame day of May, 1940, for furnishing Ii-
wind tides prevail. Property own-
son for school board member in No. labor and material and performingall
building from Moore Haven' the
ers on the islands say conditions 2, 246 to 270 and A. O. Ward was work for the construction of a
Two matches have already been the construction first of this week which he will wharf 106 feet by 14 feet on the
were made worse by unopposed for' the nomination in
south side of the Caloosahatchee Riverat
played, in the second bracket, one use as a storage room for metal
of the levee.A the Ciewiston 'district to succeed C. LaBelle, Florida, approximately
of them as close a match as may and plumbing fixtures to save spacein 150 feet west of the highway bridge.All .
E. Miner.
number of the landowners now
work to be done in accordance
ever be witnessed on any alley when his workshop. The shop will
have in the U. S. Court of Claimsa Other District Races with the plans and attached specifications -
<- M. E. Von Mach forced J. B. have a direct entrance, into the general provisions, special.
suit to collect damages from the In other district races' H. E.
Brantley to a. five-game match before home. provisions' if any and contract.A .
{' losses due to certified check In the amount of
. government for crop Farabee defeated John Poole 104
J youth had its inning and The new home is located on lot twenty per cent (20 per cent) of the
t"' Brantley was chalked up. the winner. flooding of their lands. 16 in block 371 facing Sagamore to 77 for constable in district 2; total amount of the bid submitted,
' E. L. Arthur made payable to the Treasurer, Okee-
Stallings over
Rep. Cannon conferred with won
" The regular three-game match end- Avenue and between San Pedro chobee Flood Control District must
ed in a tie of a reported 380 pins. Army engineers regarding the prob- and San Gabriel Streets. It will Reckwerdt as committeeman from accompany each proposal.
To lem before he drafted his resolu- district 3, ,Lubbert Coleman over Plans and specifications are on file
off the tie
play the two decidedon cost: approximately $2500. I and may be examined at the officeof
a fourth game and with Von tion, according to reports from Seth Howard as committeeman in the District 403 Harvey Building.
'" Mach Washington. It has been proposedthat district 4 and M. N. Taylor over West Palm Beach, Florida, or at the
"; coasting with a nice lead I
Baseball Team Wins office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Brantley struck out in the tenth a dike be constructed ,across 'I Dave Thigpen in No.5. Mrs. Olney Court of Hendiy County. LaBelle,

frame to tie the the lake to protect the islands. Blount O'Banion defeated Laura I I Florid Copies may be obtained for
score at 181-181. :
Canal Point GameIn the purpose of bidding on applicationto
k The fifth game was then decided The only protection now availableto Teomans! for committeewoman from I the office of the 'District,

;:;; upon and this time Brantley ac- landowners is for them to throw !I I district 3. I I and The all right bids.is reserved to refuse any

(-: counted for 202 pins to' beat Von up dikes around their own land at1 a practice skirmish at Canal B. Virgil Hall carried every pre- BOARD 0 FCOMMISSIONERSOKEECHO13EE

(.:'\' :Mach with 186. big expense, they say.-Palm Beach t cinct in' the county to 'win the FLOOD CON-
, Point Sunday afternoon the newly TROL DISTRICT.
s;: Carr Settle nosed out Junior Post. i organized Clewiston baseball team position of state Democratic com- BEN HERR,

;t, Waters in their second bracket I I defeated the Canal .Point team by mitteeman from Hendry county. He Secretary Engineer. and Chief ,,-

;; ,game Wednesday afternoon after Dean King Lands the lopsided score of 17-3.\ received 610 votes to 325 for HurdL. 2t May 10-17, 1940.Stock .
" Reeves' and 297 for W. C. Evans.
Waters had won the two first
games Avant was as effective, as usualon '
i by ten pins each by running up a Another Big Tarpon the mound for the local team The record number of votes cast
and the number of candidates I II
r fifty pin margin in the final game. and the work done by other mem- on
the ballot slowed down the count :
;, : Another interesting game was bers of the team indicates great
;'r For the third Sunday morningin I and candidates for the offices where
played between Bill Lanier and possibilities for the season. Sale
r four weeks, Dean King landeda the races were close were almost
Malcom W. Bigg in their match Participating in this first game I
tarpon at the Ortona Locks this nervous wrecks before the count was
Wednesday night when Bigg failedto ) were: Avant, p; Clark, c; Roberts, I

'mark in a single frame yet, week weighing over a hundred Ib; Ward, 2b; J. Hollingsworth, I completed. The Clewiston election

scored more pins than did Lanier pounds and this one topped the ss; F. Hollingsworth, 3b; Bell, rf; : board counted sleepily through ATLaBelle :

v; with ,one mark. I others both in weight and in 'Roberts, cf; Winn, If.P.T. I Tuesday night and all day Wednesday -

length. He weighed 130 pounds completing the count :shortly
'c. Interest is keen and there is every : and wash six feet, seven inches in before five o'clock Wednesday. All '
; indication that
tourna- l length. returns from the four western pre-
ment will be live
completed within an- cincts in before that time.
other two weeks. Mr. King stated that he had'no The Parent-Teacher Associationis were

intention bringing the fish back sponsoring a cake walk this evening Voting was orderly in Clewiston

here for display and even as he at the school building for the and throughout the county with

U. S. S. C. Band To played him planned to release the benefit of its general fund: no. serious disturbances reported :

+ fish after he was landed. Howeverthe anywhere. Stock Market
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i fish flounced about on the rock

rip-rap until so badly injured that and is being manufactured by a Stewart, Herring- I Ii i'
there was no point in returninghim nationally known bait company. He 'MAY 15 i I
The United States Sugar
Corporation to the water and it was brought has ordered a dozen of the special I

tion Band has accepted an invita- here and displayed through Sundayin plugs ,in order that those who wish (Continued From Page 1)) SEVERAL HORSES !
from the Pahokee High School
front, of the B and B store. them may buy them in Clewistou. 223.
to play for the graduation exercises
The fish was landed in twenty In addition to tarpon it is said Miller \'s. Taylor
of that school on May 28. INCLUDED IN
minutes and put up much less fight that the snook are striking now R. N. Miller, incumbent tax col- a:

As is customary the graduation than-some of the smaller ones Mr. at the locks and fishermen with lector by appointment of the Gov-

y exercises will be held out of doors King has landed due, he believes, smaller tackle are having great fun ernor, was second in the three-way SALEJ.

in the beautiful athletic park. The to the plug being cross-wise in with this gamy fish. One man Sun- race for that office. Mrs. Homer

band will play the processionat'and the fish's mouth discouraging fight- day morning hooked and landed a Taylor with 618 votes was high, C. Jackman Mgr.

', recessional and several numbers ing. He' used the same special fifteen-pound tarpon on light tackle I polling the county's second high ,I ,

{- 'r during the program I plug which he designed himself.i and had a nice fight. vote, and will be in the run-off !l I Ii

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