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 31, 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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VOLUME 14; MJM.QER 25;: 'J $2.00 PER YEAR:

Holland and_ Andrews Get ig Vote In Hendrylied I

Band Concert HereIn Stewart Miller '
" Cross Chairman Urges Weaver

Park June llth

t. Quick Response To War Plea Harris Poole Maddox

.. The United States Sugar Corporation ,
Band will give an hour's concert -
r a.r CLEWISTON QUOTA OF $200 Rains UsherIn
.:. ASKED TO BE CONSIDERED Heavy on Tuesday night, June 11, at Allen Win County Races

MINIMUMA Rainy SeasonHeavy eight o'clock in the Civic Center:

park. In, the event of inclement
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telegram received by Mrs. R. weather the will be UNPRECEDENTED
program post- INTEREST
of the local rains have fallen here on Fuller Warren To Write I
Y. Patterson, chairman poned until the following evening. SHOWN IN SECOND
12 from Tuesday, Wednesday< and Thursdayof ,
Red Cross chapter on May PRIMARY RACES
Numbers to be played include:
For WeekliesFuller
this week and showers fell this Column
Norman H., Davis, national chair-
Military Escort March,
"J. morning indicating that the rainy Southern
man set a' quota of $200 for the season has at last begun.On Melodies, Summit March, Chalma Displaying an unprecedented interest .

Clewiston chapter in the drive to Tuesday there was 1.55 inchesof Waltz, Headway March, .StarSpangled Warren, young Jackson- tion in the second primary elec- ';
Hendry county voters turned i
million dollars for the the heaviest ville attorney who was eliminatedin .
raise ten rain recorded here, Banner and other num- out in large numbers Tuesday and :;

relief of suffering among the war rainfall of any community around bers if time permits. the first primary 'from the gave Spessard Holland and Sena- \

refugees of Holland, Belgium and the lake. On Wednesday it was Very few opportunities have been gubernatorial contest, has decidedto tor Andrews the same strong leads 1

Luxembourg.This slightly heavier with 1.67 inches incorporate some of the interesting which characterized their votes over '.
that Bare Beach hada given for the public to see and
but on day )
telegram has been followed experiences which had duringthe the state. Holland's vote here was
fall of 4.80 inches and Ritta hear the band and '
up by others urging that ever'ystep everyone is nearly 3 to 1 and Andrews' 3 to 2.'i
campaign in a series of news- '
be taken for the immediate had 3.38 inches.; Thursday there cordially invited to attend this free Approximately 1700 votes were cast
1.10 inches here with the columns which he is releas- ;
raising of this amount and another was concert. paper in the county. 1

received the middle of this week heaviest rain reported being at ing each week. The News is in receipt Clewiston gave Holland one of

asked that the quota be disregarded Miami Locks, 2.55 inches. of the first two issues; and the most decisive leads of any community .

and that every American do his These rains eliminate fear of a Wins Full TermSENATOR the material seems so promisingand in the state with 600 votes ;

part, according to his means, to drought which had arisen as to 127 for his opponent, FrancisP. ,d

make it possible, to carry out the several weeks had passed without Wairen's style so entertainingthat Whitehair.The ,:1 f.

gigantic task which has been under- rainfall. Records show however his generous offer is being unofficial vote, gathered ,9

taken. that the precipitation was only deficient S rW R / n I accepted and one column will be from the various precincts ''Tuesday ,:.J i

Mr.: Davis' last telegram, follows: to any extent for the monthof nN I printed here each week., night, and not including maIled-in \
the first of :
"When American Red Cross ask- May. This deficiency It is called "Fuller's Fulmina- votes which were not opened by the. ,

ed minimum war relief fund of the week was 3.505 inches for G4 w'r .Y I tions", and as the title', may in "anvassing board before the, News '

ten million 'dollars no one could May and 1.359 inches for the year ., ., dicate, readers should"have their went to press, was:
:' foresee that in' two short weeks: the t o date. This monthly deficiency n dictionaries handy in! order to receive For Governor-Holland, 1237, '
reduced .434 anda ti
been to
greatest tragedy in all history wouldbe has now w the full measure of entertainment Whitehair, 447.
is shown of 1.712 AyAi
yearly excess +
unfolded. Impossible to describe weeks from the column. This issue For United States SenatorAiI"J
inches result of this .
pitiful plight millions, 'of, refugeesin carries the first of the series Brews, 942; Carter, 651.
France. Sick, wounded, hungry ains. J. Tom Watson received 850 to -';;';

and homeless, they cry out to us I I Ed Bentley 556 in the race for '

..... for help. Will need much more II attorney-general, W. M. Wainwright l-..
--;;: ; an ten million dollars; therefore DUFF IS SPEAKER I carried the' county 705 *, over J. :: '
originally' assigned, shouldbe W
quotas Edwin Larson 644 in the race for '

regarded only as minimum immediate a KIWANIS GOVERNOR state treasurer ,,' ':.n
objectives. Chapters should SCOUT COURT \ It .
AT rgest
"s'ln 'the ;
"" ., county off.Q.f..J.t ; '- ,
.-and Vhere' pbslsJble
then '
o on
# ,
ote R. M. (Bob
% was polled by ) ,
,double their In fact limitation CLUB
quotas. -
should; be the maximum OF HONOR HERE \ tirN Harris for county judge, He received -,
1057 votes to' Selden L.Stewart's :1
generosity of American people. Wire 599. ".;
reports Wednesdays and Saturdays." Williamson district ,a
Ken past governor
Mrs. Patterson feels that Two ,scouts were advanced to The tax collector's race attracted' .
iston should not disregard clew-I second class, four merit badges were of Florida Kiwanis Clubs, the greatest number of total votes, j

sponsibility at this time and whileno I awarded and projects of the three was speaker at the local Kiwanis and R. N. Miller won by: a small I

plans have yet been made for I patrols were judged at a Scout < ty i; meeting Wednesday evening. Mr. margin over Mrs. Homer Taylor. "
Court of Honor held in the Scout Mr. Miller's vote was 890. Mrs.Taylor's .
r a drive for this quota she feels Williamson substituted for J. Ed
Hut Wednesday evening. C. O. ANDREWS ( 801.
that a drive will hardly be neces-
Baker of Umatilla, the presentFlorida
sary and that the people of the The court was composed of C. The closest _race was that of "

community and area. will respond E. Robbins, F. Deane Duff, and W. governor, who was unableto I county superintendent of public instruction ,

loyally to this call for'-help. Checks C. Owen, of Clewiston and J. A. New GovernorI attend the meeting as originally in which B. E. Herring ,:;;

may be mailed or handed to Mrs. Gaskin Bradenton, Scout executiveof planned. I was'' defeated, by 27 votes.. Dr. C. ':

Patterson or other chapter offi- Royal Palm Council. Williamson's home is in West E. Weaver received 816 votes, Mr. ;y 1

cials. The meeting was opened with the Palm Beach and ho was accom- Herring 789. :J.

pledge of allegiance, given by Bobby panied by a party of fourteen East Elbert L. Stewart, present representative jj

Dan Beardsley Wins Broadfoot. Richard Hanna and Coast Kiwanians, including the won in his race for reelection ,

Phillip McLeod were advanced to famed Kiwanis quartette, which has by a comfortable majority. .3J

Pahokee High HonorsDan second class. Awards of merit long been a favorite: at Kiwanis He polled 974. votes to W. M. David- ."'

badges were made as follows:, conventions. The quartette is composed son's 681.. ; .
Book binding-Sherwood Hall; of Earl C. Rumsey; B. F.
The tax collector's race polled a
Beardsley, son of Mr. and carpentry-Bobby Broadfoot; fire- Worrell, Ed Stumph, and Lew total of 1681 votes with the gov-:

Mrs. J. E. Beardsley of Clewistonand manship-Sonny Vaughn; scholar Erckert. They sang a group. of ernor's race close behind with 1684 ',

Ritta, not only was given the ship-Bobby Broadfoot. selections, concluding with the votes. Nominee Spessard L. Holland ".

honor of- being valedictorian of his Mr. Duff made a short talk to I S I stirring and popular' "God Bless. received the largest vote of any

graduating 'class from Pahokee High the scouts, following the awardingof ; I 4\ America." ,Individual in the second primary, :

School at the commencement exercises badges. He talked on the second G. H. Martin, Fort Lauderdale receiving 1237 of the 1864 votes

Tuesday night but also scout law, "A Scout is Loyal", and w2r ; lieutenant-governor for this districtwas I cast for governor.

received a cup as the best all- stressed loyalty to country, home, fy master of cermonies and madea In the district races George L.
parents, school employer. short talk to the group. Mr.
around Senior boy and a thirty and Blitz Wegman for
Poole defeated
dollar cash award in the state FFA I Each patrol presented its pro- Williamson's talk was on Kiwanis.He I county commissioner in District No. "
contest. ject for judging by the court. The talked of the organization of '
208 to
2, LaBclle, by a
There were. sixty-three graduates Flying Eagle patrol, of which Bobby the local club in 1932 and recalledthe 200 and in district No. 5, Felda,

in this year's class from the Pa- (Continued on Page 10) meeting a't the old ClewistonInn Jim Maddox won over E. B. Hull bya
at the time of the presentation -
hokee school
and the choice of
vote of 108 to 102 for the officeof
student for valedictory honors was! Nice Strings of Fish of the charter He reviewed commissioner.The .
finally determined by examination the work 'of the local group and
grades. Dan had an average of Now 'Being Caught L. HOLLAND I stated that its only weakness wasa only contested school

96.78; Miss Beryle Thomas had small: membership. There are membership was. in district No.1,

96.53 and Miss Elaine Freedlunrl I only 19 members of the local club. Felda-Denaud, where M. 0. Allen

96.25. Fish are biting better 'since the Young Owen Winner Of Mr.' Williamson also spoke of defeated Mrs. Fred Dunaway by a
the various civic, county and state vote of 189 to 131.
rt Jhe graduating exercises were weather changed, and men have
in, the second
I [tended by many people from more time for fishing since the University ScholarshipWilliam Icaaders who are Kiwanians. He The heavy voting
Is was due to the great
district primary
Clewiston, the United States Sugar primaries are over, so those who said that the Florida
of of interest in the governor'sand
Corporation band having been asked are interested In fishing on Lake experiencing the finest period '- 'four
and in the
to furnish the musical numbersfor Okeechobee are looking for busy C. Owen, jr. son of Mr. growth in its history. It containsat senator's race .
the program. Rain preventedthe days ahead. and Mrs. William Cecil Owen, of present 62 clubs and boasts the I county-wide offices contested.An of

program being held on the Several parties going out from Clewiston, is graduating with largest membership it has ever I interesting comparison pri-
cast in these
athletic field as customary and the the local docks brought in nice honors on June 3rd from Tennessee known.In .
auditorium was jammed for the catches this week. Dean King, who Military Institute, Sweetwater, Tenn. his closing remarks he reviewed maries for the various offices show

: program. manages the B and B grocery dur- His superior record this year has briefly the European situa- how the interest was sustained:

The band played Activity March, ing the week, in order to have earned for him a four year scholar- tion and urged the local club to Senator 1st, 1503; 2nd, 1,593.
2nd 1,684.
Gypsy Festival Overture and Suc- time to fish on Sunday, brought In ship at Tulane University, New Stress loyalty to country more than Governor, 1st, 1,764; 2nd,
Ki- Attorney-General, 1st, 1,286;
cess March prior to the entrance the largest recorded fish this weeka Orleans. ever before "Don't be just a I

of the graduates and, as a proces- bass weighing 11 % pounds. In addition to his distinguished I wanis Club,'* he said, "be an 1,406. 2nd,
1st, 1,232
State Treasurer, ;
sional played "Organ Echo." Coburn Moore and Ed Ward academic work, Cadet Owen was a Americanism club.
The member of the 'golf and tennis President Jim Beardsley made a 1,349. -
I commencement address was brought in 14 fish, the largest 2nd,
\ made by Rev. H. Irving Loutitt, weighing four pounds. The Miami teams, earning letters in both short talk for the" local club and Representative, 1st, 1,683;

, Episcopal rector of Holy Trinity fishermen, L. ,S. and ,William Julian sports. told some of the things it is try- 1,655. 2nd,
onurch of West Palm Beach, the brought in two weighing five pounds Young Owen graduated in 1939 ing to accomplish and the progress County Judge, 1st, 1,755;

salutatory: address by Miss Thomas each. Harry Turner and Joe from the Clewiston High school I being made. < 1,656. 2nd, ,
and the valedictory by Dan Beards- Schroeder brought in 8 bass, the and was valedictorian of his class. Guests! of the club were, in addi- Tax Collector 1st, 1,758;

ley. As a recessional the band largest one,being a seven and three- Because he had ambitions for a tion to the speaker the quartetteand 1,691. 2nd,
1st, 1,785;
played "God Bless America." quarter-pound one. E. M. McCoy military career, he chose to spend a the lieutenant governor, Trevor Superintendent

and G. Small bad six with the year at T. M. I. one of the South's Bowler, Joe Harden, R. D. Hill, D. 1,605.
", Miss Shirley Hunter of Gainesville largest about three pounds. Clyde oldest and finest preparatory Bernie 'Binsel, Paul ,Twitty, B. J. The vpte by precincts, gathered

\ arrived in Clewiston recently to Baker and O. A. Clark brought in schools. Here he has continued his Jaeckel, G. H. Martin, Clyde Seaton I from unofficial sources, but considered -
\.I : and D. F. Goodell, all of West. correct, is given in another
position and
accept a
! as stenographer/ 16, but kept no weights on their., splendid record in scholarship Page 10)
.(CeaUnusd on :
at the U. S. Engineer cub-ofAce, ttrin?. -- -activities..'. . i Palm Beach .

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German. March Toward Paris
i About this time last year gold fish were poking tentative noses out

of their glass bowls. Just drawing to' a close was the season in which

pa w EN bNfi campus reputations were made and lost by ability to swallow the I Marked by Terrific Fighting;

R BE greatest number of goldfish. This year all ,sorts of campus fads have

RETREAT TO AMERICA Just been for breaking instance-out, most of which will be carried home for the summer. U. S. Maps New Defense PlansEDITOR'S

Washington, D. C.

One reason for the international
pessimism now pervading the White ( NOTE-When opinions arc.expressed In these columns, they
House is the course which an allied are those of the, news analyst and not necessarily of this newspaper.)
defeat would be almost sure to take.Roosevelt's -7?M,'< r9yvMvm-?- _____ ____ _(Released by Western Newspaper Union.)

pointed out' that military the advisers British Isles have, [; 5 II GERMAN :WAR: POTOMAC POWER:

if attacked, are certain to cave in, /// Reich FDR Wants Money ;
or at least to be given such a batter- : I
ing that the government will flee to : : Nothing succeeds like success. The President told congress, dra-
The latest Third Reich included Ger- matically in joint session
Canada. f-.b: that. he
The British fleet will try to save % many, Austria, Czecho Slovakia, Poland wanted a billion bucks and 50,000

something from the debacle, and the P Norway, Denmark, Holland, I''warplanes to defend our country

most natural place for it to go will Belgium, Luxembourg, Memel, the against 3,000-mile blitzkriegs. Two-
be Canada and the British island Saar. Its friends, and allies took in thirds of the billion were to go to
Russia, ,Italy, Japan, Spain, Hungary -
possessions in American waters- the U. S. army. Roosevelt hinted
Jamaica, Bermuda, the Bahamas.In Its sinister "list"' seemed to that it might be nice to raise the
other words, if the British include Switzerland, Jugoslavia, Ru- legal national debt 'limit-which is
government is defeated at home, twill mania, and some said Sweden. It $45,000,000,000. He asked that he

try to save just as much as it was more than NapoleonicPolandin be given $100,000,000 in cash, to pro-
can and rally together the rest of :' :: > S'}KK:, 18 days; Norway in 21; Hollandin vide for "emergencies." But an
-Canada Aus- ti. dJ J f: ;orRY S T:$ } 5. So what next? England by in
the far-flung empire 'y answer, part, came from presi-
? "
tralia, South Africa, and New Zea r lo. parachute? France by tank? dential possibility Willkie, in an In-
/t: Ny ,3c' .rF' :{ ,G There was serious talk of movingthe dianapolis speech. Willkie said that f
>1 f5 w.s
land.When and if this happens, espe- rk "i;{:: ;Y;ry{: Sy4 }"i French government out of Paris ,adequate national defense dependedon
r '
.F: ?l ?4u -destination unknown. England
cially if the remnants of the British domestic recovery. Meanwhile,
American waters, then rkti,: .S. ,i nyS..ttx rounded up another 3,000 Germans'and the continentalists rallied
fleet come to ,1y:, :i '% \{" againstthe
American neutrality is going to be z:1: ', ;, n,; :C: ,;, ?' : Austrians between the ages of anglophiles and internationalists,
\l tl \ ?S : SYSIi \.JTY 16 and 60: two-thirds of them refugees in
put to the biggest test in history.If }iavri.4mn.m tic9.An'A'LeICe LAw3:v : and out of congress. Senators
German airplanes follow, the I from the nasty Nazi 'terror at Johnson, Norris and Wheeler-all of

United States may have a hard This pretty coed at the University Rochester goes in for collecting home. Some quarter-million Eng- them, naturally, pro-ally were

time staying out of war. good numbers on miniature license tags of her boy friends. The tags lish volunteers enrolled to sharp-

are secured through tire dealers and. campus queens are judged by the shoot parachuters; and Premier
NO BOLTER Winston Churchill nervously prom-
wear. Elr
Seeing them together :you'd never I ised his new constituents blood, and

know that the President and Jack sweat, and toil, and tearsalwaysa

Garner have just concluded a seriesof clever psychological trick in deal-

hot primary scraps. The one E4' 'y r hrrv ing with dogged Englishmen.
expression that best describes their German authorities indicated that

personal relations is "affectionate." the government of any of their "pro- : saN;: }i.YiS .
Whatever their political differ- tectorates" depended on how much
the like resistance the "protected" had put
ences, two men genuinely yr' 'f /
j rh
each other. Illustrative of this was up. Thereby, Denmark was getting

their conference the day California grade-A treatment, Norway perhaps
balloted to decide between a Roose- ., grade-B, and Poland a very low

velt third term or a Garner anti- l ..Yrt grade indeed. Holland was expected "..
New Deal delegation. "r to get a rating similar to that of
the Norse, though perhaps a trifle
Roosevelt kidded Garner about :
''l:? 'p: .i' {; 0' W1"
his impatience to hurry back to ; \: lower. For the Dutch had fought
; / .I' >W.fl..1l"J"l" ;
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Uvalde fish and Garner kidded "' .. > rather hard.Belgian .
to \ ; >< ;:.h
... : .t
him back. ,
'" t""'" :\ : 'J1.' Bungle
Y,, "Tell 'you what we'll do, Jack," : a-i.y;;gif : :

I' said the President. "You come ,,':' .} .........$;. ...... .. ,'l'c',.: "? Brussels, Namur, Liege, and Lou-' WENDEL WILLKIE
{ { vain fell the Germans
L 0 with me to the dedication of the J". ':'' }//A; : f<>< .. Lo:: as pushed: He has an answer for a tough problem.
Great Smoky Mountains park and ...:::> .. ? >. : .,. ; "' ahead in Belgium.? (The three big 4
,;t&.I...,.<"c'-. ,4>iSl'/n'G' i.4104""">'='/dNLY" "':'" Belgian fortification sites were Na-
6' then I'll to Uvalde
accompany you especially active against any "1917"wiles.
t; for a few days' fishing. What do it's the mur, Liege, and Antwerp.) The.Belgians But old
Boston college was one of the At Southern Methodist Pershing, a bigmanin
the whole fought'better
on ,
If you"It's say? deal Capt'n grinned the, first to go in for goldfish swallow- !I fad to collect autographs on your than the Dutch, but as the' Belgic '1917" spoke of the "possibility of i
,. a war, while War Secretary Woodring
vice president. ing on a large scale. sport shirt. 1 I capital surrendered to Hitler, the spoke of
r our maintaining peace. It
t'; To intimates Garner does not German invaders were within 75
3 I was all very confusing. There was
deny being disappointed at his ,poor even talk of lending some money to
'; primary showing. He admits quite the no-pay French and English, but
t.. frankly that he expected to do a it was only talk.
p'r great deal better. But he evinces

no bitterness, is philosophical in de 1 K/-4\ f 3 ,y ja. Good Old Garner
feat. And he makes one thing quite ,, Sr'i ,-
was a tale to the effect that
clear He will Roosevelt
: not fight '
< ; :f: ?Y. x Vice President Garner now admit-
if he runs again "i't: v ,< ,'
9 ff i0 J >. J ted Roosevelt's nomination for the
f Garner still is opposed to a third Third
N4 Term. He said, supposedly,
term. But he will not join in any that Roosevelt had absolute controlof

I'. disruptive movement at the Chicago the Chicago convention, and that
:; convention and he will "take
f not a was'that.' But, Texas Jack contin-
walk" should the President be1 re- ued that himself
(so they say) he
h." nominated. would not run again, because he was
,; "I've been a party man all my a h opposed to Third Terms for vice

. i life," Garner says, "and I also bet presidents, as well as for Presidents.

: lieve in majority rule. I didn't'bolt Thereby, he established his consist-

'; Al Smith in 1928 and I don't intend and have the doorto
', .' ency, may opened
; engaging in that sort of thing at ..w.' may. a swarm of ambitiously wouldbeV.
this late stage. I will support the rr P.'s. Roosevelt had at least 431
f' party ticket, whoever is on it." Some of our rising young convention delegates pledged or

;';, It is possible that Garner, eager freshmen even go in for committed, and was expected soon

though he is to return to the quiet munching phonograph records a to possess more than the necessary

and peace of his Texas home, may of their favorite or- 548 majority.
'' go to Chicago. If he does go it chestra leaders. Most M 9 MARSHAL HENRI PETAINA

will be for two purposes: to pre- munchers were content I : cabinet post for this hero'01 Verdun. U. S. CIVIL WAR:

serve harmony, and to help put
over House Floor Leader Sam Ray- with "swing" melodies; I And this pretty miss displays some. miles of that not so gay Paree. The Down in LooseanaDown

burn, his close friend and 1932 cam- others demanded a "diet" I thing;:new in coed hats, using her license Belgian government decamped to a ; there
in Creole Looseana
of classical records. hat band. safer spot, Ostend on the channel.In ;
paign manager, as vice president. plates for a I was an American civil war goingon.

T. Note-The, Senate Ladies, weekly ___ ______.._______________ _..__.._________ at least four places, the Ger- It was being fought out be-
luncheon club of senatorial wives, 'r mans had pierced the French Magi- tween hard-working units of UncleSam's
apparently think that the Garners { y/l P.ek not line extension, back of the Belgian -
tried and true regular
,: are finished with public life. And border. Dr. Robert Ley, the
fur / fr yf I Some 30,000 blues were defendingthe
Nordic Nazi minister of labor -
Mrs. Garner apparently agrees with not very state against 25,000 red invaders
them. They voted to present her announced that the German from Texas. Somehow (an unusual

with a farewell gift and to leave army was performing "God-given feature of this La-Tex struggle) the
the choice up to her. She chose a natural mission." The Field Grays, defenders were reported as employing -
added intended to make the
silver candelabrum. he ,
blitzkrieg tactics, and seemed to
world "happy and reasonable. But
be forging ahead. There even was .
refused to be happy,
the French '
t a fifth column, to make things per-
Privately, the state department : N and the English were certainly not fect. This fifth column (so-called)
: 4
has been worried over Protestant qi>;{ffnt?' y'f feeling reasonable. In desperation, who
hf> I I/'y' 'f consisted of local bovines,
protests against sending an ambas- 7, the English Churchill government licked the insulation of army tele-
:; sador to the Vatican; but very much began to woo Russia with a "new phone lines, and thereby committed

-: pleased over the way the thing is and more friendly approach"Russia military sabotage in the first, sec-
working out from the recent "red beast" that victimized -
a diplomatic ond and third degrees. In Russia,
little Finland. Mean-
, viewpoint. they'd have fixed 'em! But these
':;' Probably the Vatican has the while, the United States and the 20 fifth-columnar cows of Dixie gained

; :f.:, best diplomatic information in Eu- Latin American states went on rec- reprieve. As to the battleground itself -

rope. Its envoys know, better than ord with an official .denunciation of Looseana-its new governor,

those of other nations, just what is 5. { Germany's invasion of Holland and Sam Houston Jones, told 100,000 peo-
going on in each Belgium. Harsh observers brandedthe
country. This has ple at a barbecue that no more
<'- enabled Ambassador joint resolve as a Uruguayan
Myron Taylor Huey Longs would run the state.
to keep the state department better "publicity stunt. And in France, a

k'' informed than ever before. cabinet reshuffle found the hero of ON THE MOVE:
One significant development re- "' Verdun in the last World war, Henri

ported back from Rome is the in- : Philippe Petain, named as vice pre- 25,000 residents in the Dutch East

creasing effort of Hitler to crack mier to Premier Paul Reynaud. Indies, definitely'were off the move.
These were suspects, both German
down on the pope-through Musso-
It looks like Fido will havea .' :.yj' Bull on Spot and Dutch, rounded up by the watch-

lini.Apparently the dictators resent hard time keeping his collarin John Bull, said critics, was on the ful colonial authorities, only too

the newspaper Osservatore Ro- place. Above: At the University r y v : spot. The state department warned conscious of fifth-column and Trojan -

mano, mouthpiece of the Vatican.It of Missouri coeds have 7,000 Americans to get out of Brit- Horse tactics. Simultaneously,
is the one newspaper in Italy free started ain, rid stay out, and ordered themto in New York, great dissension arose
a fad 'of wearing dog
of Fascist domination to the peaceful, prosperous when native declared
: and as a result collars belts. go. a popular :
o its circulation has increased Irish 'Free State. It was indicatedthat "The fifth column in this countryis

l from 17,000 to 120,000. At the right is pictured Prince- a. Yankee rescue ship would headed by that fellow in the

j One Sunday all copies were seized ton's perennial spring fashion, fish the U. S. refugees out Americans of the White House." At this, the pro-
Fascist the emerald Eire. But many
i by troODS.j traditional beer suit.
Roosevelts decidedly
refused to leave J. Bull. got a move on.


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By HAROLD L. D. D. the top of a double boiler over hot watering too much. They likea
Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof
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lJIf.A LESSON TEXT-Ezekiel 15:1.6; Matthew
teaspoon of sulphate ammonia clear.
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(See Recipes Below) Tested by its results, the liquor

traffic stands conclusively and completely -

Just between us women, we'll condemned. Even its own
Next week in this column Elea-
have to admit that, if left to his own frantic efforts to clean up and be M THE LEADER
nor Howe will give some
you .
devices, many a man would enjoy more presentable indicates that
clever entertaining
living on a straight diet of meat, suggestions for fact. McAlpine made a rather FOR 34YEARS
a June bride. There'll be a
potatoes and pie. It requires a lit- he
acute comment when said
menu and tested recipes, too, fora :
tle judicious scheming on -
to supply Father with his fa- "Kitchen Shower"-and hintson "IF I WERE A LIAR \ & Vrr.S -! ;

vorite-foods and provide for him a what to give the bride. I'd advertise. beer as a food, fl K' ; .

wholesome, well-balanced meal in whisky as the promoter of the '. 1,u, u' p\1 ,
the bargain. cake mixture. Place in 2 well- abundant life, and cocktails as ,uggtg .,1' u\ .

greased, 8-inch layer cake pans. the badge of social correctness. \ ORIGI"U <
Whether she's planning a menu to -
Bake in a moderate oven (350 degrees They say that if you repeat any tll"" I' SWITCH '
please the men folk in her family, -
) for approximately 30 to 35 thing times enough, people will --- At.lJ.lJ :
or is chairman of the, refreshment believe it." -
minutes. -
committee for' the meeting of nf.n
the business men's club, it's a wise Corn Bread. The Scripture portions before us --r .ntnwintt YOU'L L LIKE I'!
woman who remembers-and caters (Serves 6-8) present five inconsistencies, five in- roust agrut'

to-these masculine foilbles in food. V/z cups yellow (or white) stances where fact' denies a false silt tt Cop+.1940 by Kellogg Camp.ey

Just how do a man's food prefer-I corn meal (uncooked) profession.I. .

ences differ from those of women? I % cup general purpose flour Wood Without Strength. (Ezek. .1

Well, for one 4 teaspoons baking powder 15:1-6).

thing ; a man 1 teaspoon salt The branch of a vine is at its best.

1'J wants plainer, 1 milk too crooked and pliable to be very
Mirth Like Lightning Cheerfulness keeps up a kind of ,
more substantialfood. 2 eggs (beaten) useful, but here we have a 'piece Mirth is like a flash of lightningthat daylight, in the mind ,and fills it ,

He likes a 2 tablespoons fat (melted) of vine which has been charred in breaks through a gloom of with a.steady and perpetual serene
meal to be com- the meal with the the fire until it is so useless that it .
Sift corn flour clouds, and ,glitters for a moment. ity.-Addison. ,
posed of only a baking, powder and salt. Combinethe can only be burned up. This is the : :
few dishes,. but milk, eggs, and shortening and picture of a life, possibly somewhat

r, he wants those add to the dry' ingredients. Bake limited in its abilities and gifts, but

few to be tasty, .in nevertheless valuable, but made utterly -
8-inch bak-
fii well-greased
r A' full of flavor and ing a pan, in a moderately square hot oven useless by careless or disso- HOMER, BERRY, veteran test pilot, says: .

cooked to a turn. (400 degrees) for 40 to 50 ,minutes lute, living. How tragic!

And he likes to know just what he's Garden Salad Bowl. II. Salt Without Savor (Matt. 5:
eating he wants none of the 1 head lettuce 13).
"masked identity dishes" that defy 1 ,cucumber, peeled and sliced True salt is penetrating, antiseptic -
to find what
they're composedof.
but savorless salt
and purifying, ,
1 in thin
green pepper,
a word, fancy cooking is
3'fresh' is good for nothing but to make a
3 tomatoes cut in
wasted wedge- BUT I SMOKE THE
on average man, but he "Ye
shaped pieces road for the feet of men. are
appreciates good cooking to the the salt of the earth." Christians,
limit. 1 bunch radishes, sliced r'r' > SLOWERBURNINGCIGARETTE
Roquefort cheese dressing if they' have the true savor in their
Remember that for most men, lives, will count, by'their very spir- 'h \ 4A CAMELS-
meat makes the meal Prepare and chill vegetables thor- ,
; that hot itual pugnency, against sin and
Line salad bowl with
breads are a masculine weaknessthat oughly.crisp leaves of large corruption in their communities. ?'y FOR EXTRA MILDNESS

they themselves acknowledge; III. Light Without. IlluminationMatt.
and that for dessert men have a lettuce and shred ( 5:14). \ EXTRA COOLNESSz
special fondness for pie, or choco-, J A light is intended to give illumi-
rather coarsely. ,
late cake. Place all vegeta-. nation to all, around about it. It always AND EXTRA

You'll find more suggestions for does that thing unless someone -
bles in salad bowl /
planning masculine menus in my and toss together U hides it'under a cover, and thenit SMOKING y

booklet, "Feeding Father." Thereare with a well-sea- becomes not only useless, but

tested recipes, too, for over 125 soned dressing. f dangerous. A life lighted by faithin i
of father's favorite foods. Christ wl shine to the very endsof
Serve at once. : .1
Deep South Ham Sandwich With Welsh Rarebit. the earth and, as a missionaryonce
said, "The light that shines '
Hot Mushroom Sauce. "
1 American cheese
pound sharp )
farthest shines brightest at home.
''i 6 pieces corn bread, about 3 2 tablespoons butter lf@ :ig!
' inches We are the light of the world but FROM;50 to 500 miles per hour-

!1 6 slices ham square, boiled or baked 2 1 cup eggs cream if we cover our light we deny the In recent laboratory tests, Berry has flown them all.

Ii Mushroom Sauce: 2 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce very essence of our natures. Here CAMELS burned 25%slower This veteran test pilot started flying '
is no thought of proud or selfish dis
11' 1 can condensed cream of mush- Vz teaspoon paprikaSalt play. Light does not shout about than the average of the back in 1913 started smoking .'' ,
: room soup and to taste 15 other of the largestselling -
I pepper itself, it just shines-but it really Camels the same year. "No other:
Vz cup milk % teaspoon dry mustardCut brands tested-slower
does shine. cigarette ever gave me .anything _
I Stir the & cup of milk into the cheese in small pieces and than any of them. That,
IV. Trees Without Fruit (Matt. 7: ; like the of Camel he
! pleasure a ,
. condensed cream of mushroom place it together with the butter in means, on the average, a
soup. Heat, but the top of a double boiler. Melt 16-20) smoking plus equal toEXTRASMOKES says. "What's more in 26 years,
t' Every plant brings forth fruit
do not boil. While ;, slowly. Then add cream, eggs (well Camel's slower burning has always
after its own nature. We do not ,-
the sauce is heat- beaten) and Cook stir- :
seasonings. ,
_I Z\ expect figs from thistles, but we do given me a lot of extra smoking.
ing, split the / ';.; ring constantly, until mixture has '
figs on the fig tree. The the slower-burning cigarette
expect Try
pieces of corn \ thickened. Serve on hot buttered '7 R PACKS
bread and toastJi1 toast. countryside bears no more desolate made from costlier tobaccos .

'I them. Then place --.J 4I Hot Muffins. figure than a blasted, fruitless fruit / CameL Get more pleasure per puff .
the cuts it
: tree. Quickly owner
the ham between the toasted slices 2 cups general purpose flour down and terminates its shame and and more puffs per pack(see left).
.J of corn bread and the hot 3 i
pour teaspoons baking powder
I uselessness by burning it. What
::1, mushroom sauce over the top., 1 teaspoon salt about men and women? God has FOR EXTRA MILDNESS,

\ Note: This is an excellent way to 2 tablespoons sugar made them in His own image and EXTRA COOLNESS, EXTRA FLAVOR-

ii. utilize left-over corn bread. If hot 1 egg likeness. He hasgiven them intelli-

corn bread is used, we suggest the 1 cup milk or water and personal ability. He hasa F

pieces be split and buttered, but not 2 tablespoons shortening, melted gence right to expect the fruit of a useful

toasted. Mix and sift dry ingredients, add life from every one, and particu- CAMELSSLOW.BURNING

\ My Best Chocolate Cake. unbeaten egg, milk or water and larly from the Christian who is "a

2 ounces bitter chocolate melted shortening. Mix quickly. good tree."

l % cup butter Pour into well-greased muffin tins, V. Life Without a Purpose (I Cor. COSTLIER TOBACCOS

1% cups sugar and bake in hot oven (450 degrees) 10:6, 7).
3 20 minutes.To .
' eggs Light and salt are inanimate ob
: 2Vfe cake flour
'I cups
: Vt teaspoon salt Please the Men Folk in jects. Trees and vines with their this FREER/BC'E''
2 teaspoons baking powder Your Family. wood and fruit. are alive, but they

1 cup milk From the brand new bride, to are without intelligence and moral For over 70 years grateful people all over the South have trusted

1 teaspoon vanilla extract grandmother, aren't most of us ity. Man, however as we have Wintersmith's Tonic for the relief of'Malaria. To convince a

Melt chocolate carefully over cooking largely to please Father? already suggested of, is God's the moral and YOU,we are offering this complete,761-pag Holy Bible,FREE. + + -
intelligent crown
warm water. Cream butter thoroughly Eleanor" Howe's booklet, "Feeding made in His own image and like- Just mail tho top from one large carton (or the tops from two

and add sugar slowly. Sepa- Father, is one every homemakerneeds ness. If they who know better live small cartons)to Wintersmith Chemical Co.Inc.,Louisville, Ky.
rate eggs, beat her file. It's full of tested
egg yolks
and add
lives of careless indifference, yea
:o butter and sugar mixture. Add recipes for the foods that Father
wickedness, how shall
likes best-and will of outright
the melted chocolate. Mix give you masculine
and sift
of God in
the judgment
together the flour salt menu hints, as well. they escape
and baking
shall stand be-
powder and add alternately Send 10 cents in coin to "Feeding the day when they
the Him to give an account of the
l milk and vanilla extract. Beat Father, care Eleanor Howe, 919 N. fore
egg which have used
in they
" i whites until stiff and fold into the Michigan Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. manner -
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The Clewiston News ':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:._.:NNNN_ :N:N:N:N:N:N:1 give yourself the answers. I! thereby demonstrating a brand of ing her fleet all in less time than
Let me give you a few examples good sportsmanship that is as refreshing there is between Florida's first and
that go to show that you can't"Call as a breeze off the Gulf
!second primary. Yet it has been
Published every Friday In Clewiston. FULLER'SFULMINATIONS your shots in the side Stream. America's leading health
Florida, by tho CLEWISTON NEWS, pocket" In, politics. I figured that exponent showed Florida how' to done. We say the Atlantic is wide

Ina one plank in my platform would wage a political campaign efficiently and that America cannot be invaded. I

get votes In wholesale quantitiesin and he also is showing us how But is our protection less
KEATHLEY BOTVDEPT, Editor certain to bear defeat so gracefully 'thatit
By FULLEN WARREN parts of Florida, and vulnerable than that which we so
that it would lose votes in about might 'be considered a' victory,

Entered aa second class mail matter ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:..: the same quantities in other partsof too"-EllIs Hollums.. recently were sure protected England -
February 1. 1927 at the Poet Office In Florida. Well, when the votes and, France? In view of the
Clawlston Florida, under tho Act of
March! 3, 1887.Subscription. were counted I could not tell thatIt "If is becomes necessary the "impossible" that has happened' to

The verdict of the voters In the had gotten a vote where I figuredit Ford Motor Company couldwithmen them may we not wake up a month

Rate ,:.00 Per Year. : first primary election set the seal would be sure-fire, and by the like Lindbergh and Ricken- from now to find it happeninghere
same token I couldn't tell it had ? The question, we fear, is
Hates Application. of silence on lips that gave promiseof backer, under our own supervisionand
Advertising On lost a vote in that part of Florida
not so much can Hitler do it as
being very vocal during the en- without meddling with 'govern-
where I figured it would almost will he do It. He ,can look ahead,
suing four years. Not being per- ment agencies-swing into the pro
Devoted to the advancement and wel- mitted to be heard from the hust- massacre me. duction of a thousand airplanes of too. With England conquered

fare of Clewiston and Hehdry County. ings during the coming quadren- In Osceola county, the cow capi- standard design a day. They would France at his mercy and everything

nium, I have decided to try to be- tal of Florida, I figured I could have to be of standard design, and under control except the western

uOlFOR ALL" come an uncompensated columnist.In feel flattered._ if I ran, a little less we would have to be free from the hemisphere may he not be expected "

this way I hope to keep alive than last. Yet, I led the field in handicaps of 'red tape that hampered to look this way and decide to nip ,

(This editorial, appears also in those pleasant relations I have en- that intelligent, enlightened county.; our production during the in the bud the only force left in

the Hendry County News, LaBelle). joyed with the people of Florida Down in dear old Dade county World War."-Henry Ford. When; the world that can challenge _the

for the past several months. I I that happy haven of the harassed, reminded that 1,000 planes a dayis destiny he has fixed for Nazi

In the very exciting, but peace- hope to sound off every week in that delightful desideratum of the an enormous volume of produc- Germany for the "next 1000 years".

ful and orderly, elections just over this excellent organ of enlightenment depressed, that alluring Aiden for tion Ford replied "So was 10,000 If anyone thinks he wouldn't they

Hendry county saw the beginningof I and civicprogress.. the exhausted, I figured I wouldbe motorcars a day, but we did It; so simply don't know Hitler.-Carl

a practice which should be While I am on the subject of the fair-haired boy in the balloting was the production of one Eagle Hanton, in Fort Myers News-Press.

nipped in the bud quickly. We refer this journal, I want to say that but when the votes were boat a day during the World War,

to' the old political trick of although I am contributing my counted I was so far in the rear but we did it." Mr. Ford also said ROSENBERG PROUD OF

playing one end of the county weekly writing stint to its columns, that I was barely visible. that costs of the planes could be 40 SCORE IN GOLFL.

against the other. Whether this was 'its editorial opinions are not necessarily I figured no woman and few reduced to one-eighth of what they
the candidates themselves, C. Rosenberg is taking con-
done by my own. In fact, I here- men could withstand the resistless now sell for., "You can depend .
is be- siderable in the he ..r
their zealous friends, pride score
or by 'with disavow In advance, a clear flood of eloquence that I poured out. upon it", he asserted, "Germanydid
The important made recently while playing a round
side the point. ron
majority of Its editorial opinions. Yet, when the returns came in it not pay the enormous prices
thing is that it works to the dis- that planes 'cost in this the local course with Jimmy
was revealed that I got the most country.-
advantage of the county as a whole, In the wide, discursive range Wilson when he won the match by
votes where I had done the least Henry
though some candidate may have my discussions I am apt to touch making nine holes in forty strokes,
i' benefitted in the election from it. upon most any and every subject. speaking.I *; *I par 36 course. Wilson's score was

No county has ever been benefitedby But for the next several months I figured I would run run like Let no American dismiss that '49.

sectionalism. will give weekly going-over to that Gallahadion in Duval county, where picture as fantastic. It was fantastic Roseberg states that he is a con-

Hendry' county is one of the all pervasive, perennial subject, I was best known, but the returns to think of the MagSnot line broken, sistent fifty golfer on the local

smaller counties of the state and politics. showed that I ran there about likea Belgium forced to surrender and I course and is justly. proud of this

should do everything possible to Having just emerged from a plan on crutches polling only a Great Britain faced with surrender low score. .

several months' seige of politics, I very uncomfortable plurality. On
.; promote a feeling of unity among
the other hand, in Hardee county,
its five precincts. The fact that have one fixed and irrevocable judg-
: Clewiston is near the Palm Beach ment regarding politics and that is where I visited only once for a few

county line, Fort Denaud, the Lee that nobody knows anything aboutit hours during the campaign and ,
that all of it is lot of where I had never been until the
county line, LaBelle near the Glades ; a guess- "
county line and Felda on down work, and that one person's guess campaign came on, the other candidates .y :, : : : :

towards Collier county, means regarding politics is about as goodas were so far in my rear \,' 'n : : ; ; / :; : :

nothing except their position on the another's.Yes v that they looked like midgets.In :t-:, .: : :
three counties where I polled :
map. Clewiston has no feeling of ,. if you want to know any- l
:' more votes than the other candi- .
J unitywith Palm Beach county, nor thing about the ,geography or the
: dates combined, I first thought it Thank You Friends : l
; has LaBelle with ,Glades county. topography of Florida, don't con- .
was a deserved tribute to ster- ..
f' None of us has any desire to be sult a map; just ask me. But, if my .'. .,:
ling worth. But I have since learned .'r v r
; anything but Hendry county citi- : you want to know anything about -. >
that in one of these counties .
zens, and we should put this desire Florida politics, just guess, draw ;fvI ; "
they were really voting for my
t foremost in word, thought straws, or go Into a seance and
ft and deed. v- mother, who lives there; In an- I take this means of thanking each and
other of these counties I have learned -
Let's not end of the
b. one
that they were really voting for
the other. Let'sput for the summer and we find I -
:;:-', county against brother who has the fixed
?.. all thought of sectionalism aside comedians galore in their places. I my habit of paying, his debts and spend- everyone, of you for your part in my

and work for the progress ofL The static gets worse, during the
ing less than he makes; and in
Hendry county- foot of it, summer, and it looks as though the
: the third they voting for all times merit
d were my I shall at to
try ,
Is success.
getting by
-. one precinct. as well as another. war news worse day .
:>/: In the words ::of the Three Musketeers day So vfor one .:cause or 'anotherwe ,long-buried' father.At ; : : "
to'radio times :during the campaign I
l::. : "One for All, and All for don't look forward ,
thought I making speeches that confidence.
One". enjoyment. I your .' .
f:i were absolutely irresistible, yet the '\ ':.
crowd utterly unmoved. At
,; At last the election is over, I and was .,
: ..:":0.-)I sound wagons and candidates may other times, I was making speechesso Sincerely, -
: bad that they actually boredme. ,, :-::', .
the tired In .
join populace takinga \-; :. ".
A Yet, the people responded most

;:, RAMBLINGS. won rest., in every We instance hope the; even"best thoughhe man" encouragingly.The ', .l.;", "::f. ,

;By B., B. might not have been the can- sum total of my experiencein : .

; didate for whom we voted. We this most convinced pleasant political that cam-the R. M. [Bob] Harris:<:i' "
paign has me
-.' .... ...* * ......... .. never have elected all our can-
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MNN M N *4 NNM NON N'MThere's N N o M I
I know about politics is :. : .r,
only thing '
:f'. didates, and if we get a good per- \, : : < :
t that I don't know anything about "
..' doubt centage we should be content.At ',.J: ; J
no longer any politics.If : '-'
( about it. Summer has really art any rate, it's over and past this generous journal will con- ,, .
rived. and we have some new officials to "I
tinue to print the stuff send in,
look forward to In 1941. Whether
The Poinciana trees bursting in you will read about some of the
bloom at this time every year make they are the ones we supported or most fantastic and bizarre political
not, let's all get behind them and / I II
us truly sorry that there isn't one phenomena that has ever been
to make them officials and
=' try good ,
of them on every lot. Northern published. I traveled more than
;./ ., visitors who leave before the poin- make the coming years successfuland 10,000 miles form the turgid ---- --- --- --------- -- --- ------ ------ ---- --- ---------- -- ------ -- ---

cianas bloom miss something. Maybe prosperous. In these troubled torrents of the Perdido River In
times not do the officials of
that's why they should "stay only the Northwest to the' coral reefs of

through May". government need our united sup- Key West in the South; from the N

The Garden Club has a movement port to accomplish good things, song-famed Suwannee in the Northto

?: underway that may grow to but we need the spirit and comrade- the muddy Miacca River on the : I '"

? tremendous lengths. It is joining ship that will result from rallying West Coast. And while I didn't

,:T'f with the Kiwanis Club in the first strongly behind our officials. So collect many votes, I did collect To The Voters of Clewistoni

{ steps of highway beautification. The whether you won or lost, do your many weird and wondrous tales,
best to fill officialor "
block along the highway across your places that should become a part of the

from Hendry County Motors will an ordinary citizen. folk-lore of Florida. I hope to pass I -
k be planted to bright-colored flowers. them on to you through the pages I

The strip is already cleared, and And now, dear readers, we, come of this newspaper.I I The overwhelming vote given Spessard

when the rains begin, seed will to you with apologies. We are be- will be back with a ,second
1'. be ginning', this week a column that
planted and the flowers culti- offering next week.
vated. The 'I Fuller Warren, of whom you may Tuesday'sPrimary
r city is cooperating L. Holland for Governor in
,r?;.,_ gladly in the project, and by next have heard, promises to send us, GATHERED FROM IlEHE; AND
free of charge, each week. Since '
season we may have enough bright- THERE
,' colored flowers news is scarce during the sum- that
:, along the highway election is an indication you
mer months, and a paper is hardto
Y:' that no one who drives through "Only a few months ago a.
the town will forget which place fill up, we accept his kind, offer. certain Anthony Eden raised an

4 is Clewiston. No. The truth is, that we read hysterical chatter, of calamity and wish clean sound constructve government
a ,
*: the first two installments and wereso invasion This in regard to In

On election eve we were listeningto entertained thereby that we England. Experts and peacelovingfolks

the radio, and tuning from one look forward to the others. We promptly shushed him, and for the State of Florida.

political speech to another tryingto hope you, also, will enjoy them. the Britons were soon lulled intoa

find a station free from static. Here are excerpts from his letter feeling of security-under, an

4'. When we located one, it was broadcasting accompanying the columns: umbrella.-Paul B. Kelly in Miami Under Governor Spessard L. Holland

i:, a speech in favor of a "The disastrous outcome of the Herald.
;"" .' gubernatorial candidate. We did First primary election has so dis- *

J.} ': not recognize the voice and were ordered me that I am trying to "Anyway, whatever is to happen that type of government is assured and

5; trying to identify the speaker for take up journalism., And to make will happen so soon that Mr. Roose-

7 five minutes. Finally, he came out matters worse, I am trying to take velt will still be President when it

y.. strong with a sentence that began'i it up its lowest form. Yes, I am does happen and that brings us to for your support'we are profoundly$ grate

: ,:,, "You good people of the state of trying to become a newpaper the fact, or mere probability, if

n,; Texas". And the laugh was on columnist. I am sending you two you prefer not to accept the fact '

#" us, for so familiar were the argu- installments. If you decide to use Just yet, that the precious half- ful. .

\ ments about a sales tax, old age this stuff, I suggest that you run year of time remaining of his pres-

-i, pensions, etc., that it never occurred No. 1 this' week and No. 2 next ent term has got to be used for

:t'!" to us the speaker wasn't ballyhooIng week. Each week thereafter( I will rearming and not just' wasted on

;;" for a Florida 'candidate. send you another installment. Of political strife and rivalry.Westbrook CLUB
}, I
course I expect no pay for it; I Pegler. *
k Speaking of the radio reminds have never tried to obtain money I of Hendry County

us that the pleasant evenings lIstening under false pretense, and I never "Bernarr MacFadden, who made

; .' to programs over the air-waves will. Please let me know if you such a fine showing in his race for
;" are over ,for a. few months. Day- will accept my weekly offering.An the Democratic nomination for

light saving time always confusesus outright rejection won't get United States senator, flew down i '

In finding our favorite programs. me down; n'ot '' after what happenedon from New York, especially to casta jl .' .

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ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC urday evening from 7:30 until 8:30 Religious Instruction Class for 'G. A's. meet Mon-
CHURCH and before all the Masses. children Saturday morning at nine day 2:00': p. m. with Mrs. Broad-

Rev. Lawrence J. Flynn, Pastor Weekday Mass every morning at here in Clewiston, and after Sunday foot. n, :',
8:00 o'clock. Mass in Pahokee. Sunbeams meet at the church :I m a k1ppiuz /J1IiJZ... .'.
Mass each Sunday morning at Devotions in honor of Our Lady The Mass schedule 01 Pahokee is Monday 3:30. Mrs. Davis is in r.s
4 8 o'clock, excepting the last Sun- of Perpetual Help are conducted 10:30 every: Sunday, excepting the charge. l'
day of the month when the time Is Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, followed last Sunday of the month, when .
10:30. by Benediction of the Most Mass Is at eight o'clock. The pub I!" PENTECOSTAL CHURCH .

, Confessions are heard every Sat- I Blessed Sacrament. lie, regardless of religious belief, South Clewiston ., I ,

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Services Every Sunday:
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J Morning worship at 11 a. m.

KENT PENDLETON, Minister Young Peoples meeting 6: 30 p.
Let Us ', The Bible School meets at !9:45) m. Rev. M. M. Dudley, director..
". : a. m. with B. Flaniken supt. Evangelistic services. 7:45 p. m.
The Worship hour is at 11:00 a.
m., James E. Beardsley is the choir Tuesday' evening service 7:30 p. ::$
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< Supply director and Mrs. J. H. Doty is ;
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attend all services.
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Of ,even greater import is the I off enemy planes and prevent the and look NOW. Not hysterically*
UNOFFICIAL VOTE BY PRECINCTS matter of our own position in rela- invasion of our shores.If or with unduo alarm, but ratheras
tion to what has happened, and Is Florida is to be called uponto a people intelligent enough and
happening in Europe, and we find stand/ guard over the Panama courageous enough to face the facts
the average American citizen today Canal and the Caribbean, and be- and take the necessary steps that
I viewing with much more alarm cause, of the military activities preparedness demands.: rAnd
o the plight of Democracy than such within our borders be in line for so Florida this week selects
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::: trivial questions as diversion of the the first blow when it is struck, a United States Senator, two members -
= gas tax or chain store domination.And we should receive first consideration of Congress, and a Governorand '
t Q; -i'i r7 Ay so as this is written we from our federal governmentin 'numerous minor officials.: God
V stand on the eve of a second primary the matter of providing every grant that in them we will find
W .'t S.Co election to determine who possible means of defense, and it 'men big enough for the task, able,
;) :::: ;.. shall hold this or that office. While I is the duty of Florida senators courageous, and with the welfareof

:1 .,. l normally such questions might be I and representatives, as well as of their state and Its people uppermost
',-.' .' .I .0' c: expected to arouse local interest, our Governor, to do everything in mind.SMART.
I .Z' Z E-I. they are so overshadowed by world their power to see that we receive
events as ,to make them seem of such consideration without further

For United States Senator: little consequence. delay. The thought of our children' MONEY
\I wearing gas taasks and fleeing for
ANDREWS, ................ ................... 634 115 182 50 61 942 I reason Floridians to be in concerned particular over have the the protection of 'bomb shelters Is KNOWS

CARTER ..............................::......... 158 98 199 63 133 651 turn of affairs in Europe for this not a pleasant one. But even more WHERETO ,I
grim and terrible is the vision of
state, because of its geographical er '
location, is in a most precarious what could happen if we continueto
For Governor: position in relation to the national sit idly by, making no effort at READING J

HOLLAND ...................................... 600 160 244 74 159 1237 defense. Closest of all states to defense or protection, absolutely at THE ADS 71'm
the Panama Canal and to the Island the mercy of the first ruthless at- /A/ THIS n IIII/N/.ru
WHITEHAIR ...:-..;......................... 127 67 '156 43 54 447 possessions of involved powers located tack that may be directed at us. NEWSPAPER
in the Caribbean we may Florida should look to the future!

well ask ,what the future holds for
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WATSON ....... .................... .. ...... 349 115 206 54, 126 850 Miami, Pensacola' and Key West,
: we see the 'feverish activity of army : I t
and navy officials as they rush .:. ':.
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For Treasurer: plans for the establishment of mili- ._. I 3. i: '
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LARSON .........__..............:.:............ 314 75 131 35 89 644 set up long ago. I .t. I 't.

; WAINWRIGHT ..........:.........:......... 324 96 172 54 59 705 pursuit The hum planes of flying drones fortresses in Florida and.I [! CLEWISTON 60LF II

For Representative: skies as youthful pilots are put y
'i through their paces, while offshore
DAVIDSON .................................... 147' 137 223 '51.; 123 681 the casual observer may glimpsethe t iiiiI I COURSE t

ELBERT. L. STEWART_ : ............ 5,69 84, 169 ,69 83 974 gray shapes of prowling'' battle ,
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[ SELDEN L. STEWART .......:.......: 279 74 121 60 65 599 citizen no longer finds that fact I.:

. very comforting, particularly since YI
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r.-' V For Tax Collector: French possessions at our very I y.

L.: MILLER: ...;.................................... 297 157 272 57 107 890 doorstep 'remain in doubt, and the
( possibility of the immediate estab- ii to the Public \
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f'. TAYLOR ......... ... .. 71 123' 66 106 801 lishment of naval and air bases on ,

F ', ..' these! islands by an unfriendly power : y
f'f. becomes a possibility.It y
'" For. County. '. Superintendent. : : V ,, is indeed a: time for clear .;. ::: t i
t':.. \ HERRING ............:......................-. 543 52 : 8.7 36 71 789 thinking and, straight! talking, and :*:. \ ._:.. J
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'District For County Commissioner, I state,' and its people. '!: V .,', :..i.i:.
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oj- : L. POOLE ...............:.... ,',.' \ 208. ... 208 of" which harbor military objectives, ::!:: Moderate Fees. ::

:" BLITZ WEGMAN ...................; .. :;- ;,\-. .: :, :200 f :,:. / 200 stand without protection. Thereare :4:: Exceptional Fairways :y::
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For County Commissioner, > ,r, / decide to attack, we would find
; District -No. 5: J' I ourselves practically helpless, dependent -
wholly naval
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: It has been a tough two weeks! .... .

V for those candidates' in the run- when refugees we contrast whose it homes with millionsof are in **: w Electricity is the modern servant ; a servant that ;*.t';;*_. -

off confronted with the problem ashes and vast armies trapped, :;:"t.:i: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the ::;::_:
of arousing public alarm over awaiting slaughter.
will do quickly efficient- :;::;:
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'",..-,. ; Safety of gpVINGS qT =::!:: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :;::i:

Each Account I 'j' hours of safe reading light or operate :.}:;:
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INSUREDUP = ** one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. *.t.:..!.:

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FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1940
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Simpsonwere LINDA LEE CELEBRATES 4TH All-Kiwanis Club Week will take a pledge rededicating Itself -

Saturday visitors in Pahokee.Mr. BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY to the observance of Kiwanis

To Be Observed Here principles, stressing the building of
[ Personals ] and Mrs. M. J. Hirsch have Mrs. R. J. Lee entertained with
better communities, promotion of
returned from a visit with their a party Monday afternoon celebrat-
daughters, Mrs. W. R. Patterson, ing the fourth birthday. of her Clewiston Kiwanians( will observe patriotic citizenship and emphasizing ---
( ___ in West Palm Beach, and 111'5.C.. daughter, Linda. All-Kiwanis Week, June 16-22, the value of enduring friend-

,.:_- C. E. Miner and Keathley Bowden I. Hollingsworth, in Bartow. In the game "Pinning; the Tail ,joining with the 2,089 other li-1 ships.
: Lakeland Saturday.The on the Donkey", prizes were wanis clubs in the United States and
were visitors in Miss Eva Grantham is leaving awarded to George Anne Suggs, Canada in a continent-wide observance -

-and Mrs. Kent Pendleton today to spend the week-end with Clare. Jones, Skippy Cothern and I stressing twenty-five years of \ J. M. COUSE
Rev. .
friends In Lakeland. She is moving Ronald Hare. service achievement. I

spent Monday in Fort Myers. Monday to Orlando to enroll for six The birthday cake of white with I Kiwanis was founded In Detroit I Counselor Hopkins and Attorney BuildIngWednesda's at, Law

months' term in business school. pink candles and the Individual on January 21, 1915 and during
Mrs. E. W. Durst is spending a and Saturdays! ;';
cakes of green carried out the color this silver anniversary year special
0:80 to 4:00
,:' 'few days: in Gainesville. Mrs. John P. Higgins and chil- scheme of pink and green. Ice I attention is concentrated on com-

dren and Miss Norma Zamponi left cream cups and baskets of candies munity service results, accordingto

1 '. Mrs. G. H. Small spent the weekend over the week-end to visit their were also served to the guests. J. E. Beardsley, club president- GldNKCv' Scientifically nrokeii Lcn c ,
"'" Visiting relatives.in Tampa. parents in Brownsville, Texas. They Mrs. A. C. Carlton and Mrs. R. today. "Our local members are Fitted and Repaired UupllriiTcd

expect to be away several weeks.J. M. Hare, jr. assisted Mrs. Lee in joining with the 110,000 Kiwaniansall DR. P. D. GUDBAUU '',

4' Delmar Hawkins spent the week- entertaining. The guest list included over the U. S. and Canada to Optometrist '

'' end with his parents in South Bay. A. Gaskin, of Bradenton, Scout George Anne and Tommy observe this All-Kiwanis Week", he I Phone Ins 5 Collier Arcade

Executive of Royal Palm Council, Suggs, Ronald Hare, Be\oly, Carlton, said. Successor Fort Mjcr to K., H.Florida Oakley

Mrs. Claude Downs was a recent attended a Court"of Honor held for Jimmy Knight, Paul Bowden, John The local. club will receive a

business visitor in' Sarasota.Mr. the local scout troop Wednesday Perry, Sue Cornette, Bettye Carl special message from Bennett O.

evening. Flaniken, John Cothern, Sharon Knudson, of Albert Lea, Minnesota,

and Mrs. Wallace Arey were Crochet, Shari Land, Joe Schroeder, president of Kiwanis International, Johnson's Fish Camp
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dan Beardsley left Wednesdayfor Patricia Higgins, Iris Anne Wright, which will be read at the meeting.
Zander in Okeechobee Saturday.Mrs. Gainesville to attend Farmers the of Arthur Wayne King, Clare Jones, I. A strenuous effort is to be made (Near Hurricane Gate)
meeting of Future Gene Berry, Heather Guthrie and !' Clewiston Fla.
of the to have the local occasion: a 100 per ,
America. Dan is president
Vivian Smith spent the Pahokee chapter and vicepresidentof Evelyn Lee.EVENING I II I cent meeting, getting all membersto Boats' and Motors-Guide Service

week-end with Mrs. M. W;. Wilderin the state organization.Rev. hear the program in charge of I Rates Reasonable \-
I South Bay. the club Committee on Kiwanis W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
and Mrs. F. E. Birkett of THIRD ANNIVERSARY PARTY Education, whose chairman is R.
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; Mrs. Florence H. Ryan of Moore Rockville, Indiana, arrived Wed- C. Wilson. All past presidents will
Haven was a business visitor here nesday for an extended visit with Mrs. H. H. Turner entertainedthe also take part.

Wednesday. their daughter Mrs. Miles Thomas Wednesday evening bridge club I I The principal discussion for the
at her home this week. The meeting
and Mr. Thomas at their home on meeting will be centered around the MECHANICAL, STRUCTURALARCHITECTURAL '
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly madea the government reservation.Mrs. was, the third anniversary of value of Kiwanis education for the DESIGNS
the club's founding, and, Mrs.Turner's .
business visit in Miami Tuesdayand entire club membership. The club Maps Estimates
Wednesday.Mrs. E. L. Watkins and Mrs. D. party was in the natureof
a birthday JOHN H. DOTY '
S. Pittman of West Palm Beach '

W. C. Nail of Moore Haven were visitors in Clewiston Tuesday.The birthday cake, white with FOR SALE-15-foot boat. 4-cylinder Engineering Consultant

visited Mrs. W. F. Nail and Mrs.R. ladies, who are officers of the three pink candles and the dates motor. Excellent condition. See Hopkins Bldg. CIcwiston, Fla.
Palm-Lake Association, attendedthe 1937-1940 in pink, was served ,
P. Wainwright Wednesday. Ed Von Mach. It..
meeting of the local Baptist with white ice cream, molded with I'I

Miami Society.R. pink bells through it. Tallies and
Mrs. T. B. Shelley of wasa Woman Missionary
visitor .in Clewiston the first of prize wrappings also carried out I
W. Turk, principal of the the anniversary idea.
the week. : ;
Clewiston High School, left Tues- I Mrs. R. C. Nowling won a pairof j t .

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pendleton ol day for' Toledo, Ohio, to visit his pillow-cases for first prize, Mrs.R. .i .

Fort Myers visited the Rev. and parents. He has enrolled in the C. Wilson a luncheon cloth as I r' _

Mrs.: Kent Pendleton Sunday.Mr. University of Toledo, summer ses- I second prize. Others playing were '
sion, to continue1 his work towards Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Many Thanks '

and Mrs. E. E. Kelly motored his master's degree. I,Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, Miss Mae ,,
,Palmer and Mrs. Blanche Turner. :
and I
to Miami Tuesday evening spenta Mrs. Dave Alston has gone to : ,

few days there on business. Gainesville, Gfor her daughter, '
.. Miss Martha Nell, who recently FOR SALE-Residence lot. 50x100. f
p Mrs. J. Fred Curry and son Gale, I wish to express my appreciation for: .:,,;
completed her Freshman year at Near school and church, one j
left Thursday for a visit with rela- ,
Brenau College. They are visiting -
block north of highway. A bargain.
tives in Live Oak. relatives in Columbus, before returning Cash or terms. .Write Box 448 :;
J l I to Clewiston. I Clewiston. It. the splendid vote given me by the peopleof '" .
of Kest West
Mrs. F. G. Curry
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visited last week-end with her son ... ;
J. F. Curry and Mrs. Curry.Mr. Clewiston on May 28. 1
and Mrs. E. M. Cornette and ASTHMAWhy

daughters, Miss Edythe Nell and the The W.monthly M. S. business was held meeting Tuesday of \ As in the past,, {I shall always be concerned :}. .
Sue, were visitors in Lakeland the Gasp For Breath?
x afternoon 'at the First Baptist
first of the week.
church with Mrs. A. R. 'Broadfoot TRY .:. :
presiding. The devotional was with the best ,interests of' our : ,
Adrian Daane, ,who spent last
given by Mrs. W. J. Robinson.
week here visiting Jim Beardsley, BreatheasyFOR.
has returned to his home in Gaines- Reports from the offices and schools and with those things which lead; rj .
ville. committees were given. It, was RELIEF "c ,.:
... reported that 264 visits in the interest -

Mrs. Alfred Scharnberg, of New I of the church were made dur- Eliseo Perez, to the advancement of Clewiston. <." :";
1022-14th Ave, Tampa, Florida .. -..
York, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. ing the past month. .<<: : :
She is route Guest speakers for the afternoonwere Representatives wantedVACATION :"
J. B. Scbarnberg. en :; ;
home from a visit in Cuba. Mrs. E. L. Watkins, presidentof < < I -l" : ::'
the Palm Lake Association and
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Mrs. T. Sheely returned to .
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a ten-day visit with her Two new members, Mrs. R. M. >' .,' .
daughter, Mrs. Artie Kingsbury. Bishop and Mrs. W. G. Mathis were at : "i ;' .
received. II' .'

Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Land and Mrs. E. E. Kelly and Mrs. C. R. FT. MYERS BEACHon I ,>I : -.

children Gene and Shari, and Miss Kruger were hostesses for the meet-
the Gulf of Mexico
Marcia Avant, spent Sunday at Fort ing and served delicious punch and
Myers Beach cakes. Attending were MesdamesA. Safest Beach in Fla. ", :'

R. Broadfoot, C. M. Allen, R. No undertow no breakers ".

Miss Elizabeth Anne Whiteman, J. Bount, W. R. Broaderick, H. L. Excellent Fishing t

of Jacksonville, is visiting her Davis, M. C. Doke, A. D. Dixon, A. Clean, modern cottages..-..large i
grand-parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kent W. Dodge, E. J. Vent, E. L. Hayes, and small 'prices from $10 .

Pendleton.Mr. F. H. Hanna, Arch Hodges, H. GJ per week up Monthly $30 and J

McLeroy, Alex McGowan, C. Nelson, up Season $110. and up '
and Mrs. Jerome Roberts R, 'c. Nowling, C. W. Simmons, Don ,
and family of Canal Point were I I Plank, J. L. TVhitaker, M. A. EDNA F. GRADYRealtor To Everyone .

guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Thomas, M. C. Vowell, G. E. Wenz- 11
Springer Sunday.: loff, H. E. Walker, Sam Young,
A. H.. King, J. J. Graham, R. J. Phone 343 840 First St.

Fred A. McKenzie of Sumter, S. Williams, R. J. Childress and W. Fort Mjers, :Fla.

C. and Mrs. Wilbur Lawson of Perry. And in appreciation of the fine'vote givenme

Okeechobee were visitors here Mon-

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Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Warren, Mrs.C. .
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W. Simmons and Doris Simmons
were business visitors in Miami SOLD ... .'{: continue my efforts for the' benefit of

Monday. : '!.. :,.

t Hal T. Frierson-spent the week- '' '. 'z: Hendry County and the interest of; every

end visiting his sister, Mrs. Oliver :!: : TWO CORNERS RECENTLY ::_.,. -. .

Sciple and Mr. Sciple in Fort : citizen: .. -
Myers. 1.
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Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, r
Principal R. W. Turk and Kim I: Two more still available for the best :;: ". 't>: '..

Kolstad spent Saturday in W st :: '. ::1;!: > ,," Sincerely, < .

! Palm Beach. t. home site improvement at a :i t. .
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Saturday Mrs. Campbell from a two Nail weeks'returned visit I:3 i;: price that is right :;'ti '_): Elbert L. Stewart. '

with her parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. A. I \

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nology receives, at his which diploma.Mr. his. son, George, :I;: REAL ESTATE :! .

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fellows who had been dining ,f

A rather well were in the

I I BY LIDA LARRIMORE I_ t mood for a ridiculous wager.

e MACRAE SMITH CO. WNU SERVICE "I'll bet you," said one solemn. '

ly, "that the first words my wife
THE STORY THUS FAR wanted to hear
your voice. I says, when I get home tonight are
as though you had gone." "
Charming wealthy Gabriella (Gay for short) Graham engaged to Todd Janeway returns here." 'My dear.
to a cabin in the Maine woods accompanied by a friend Kate Oliver The "And I'll bet a fiver," saidthe
Idea of a stay In the cabin occurred to her when she received a key to It following leave me. He dropped
the death of her godfather. Uncle John Lawrence. The two girls notice that gently upon her head. J other, "that she won't say,
Kate suspects, that knows the Identity of the "
someone Is living in the cabin. Gay 'My dear.
mysterious occupant. The mystery man returns. He Is John Houghton. a young can't leave you. She caught
doctor whom Gay had known In previous years. Immediately aggressive. Gay asks hand, pressed it against her They proceeded'towards the first
him by what right he Is In the cabin. His right she finds. Is greater than her own. "I'm part of man's home. He knocked at, the
He too possesses a key but more than that. Is heir to It from his Uncle John. you.
Gay's godfather. Gay Is high handed with him and he states courteously that he lay over the landing. He door and a head appeared at
will leave. Looking at him In the doorway her old feelings return. She knows that out and fastened the tie- the window above.
he is more necessary to her than is Todd Janeway the man she Is to marry. Gay "
asks John to reconsider his decision to leave. The next morning brings a different Bending, he took her hands,to "My dear- began the man. ....
feeling, and John decides to remain for his vacation-one more 'week. The night her up to the planking beside His long-suffering wife interrupted -
before Gay and Kate are to return home to New York John gets an' urgent requestto His with: 'My dear' be
call at a nearby farm. Gay accompanies him while he cares 'for the patient. arms went around her, hanged. 'J
Returning to the cabin at a late hour. John stops the car. He tells Gay that he her there close against his Wait, till,you come"inside."
loves her. and she admits that he is necessary to her happiness. 'Meanwhile, wore .
ried by their absence. Kate has called Todd Janeway in ,New York. She knows that
Gay and John feel a strong attachment' for each. other and wants Todd to cometo can't let you go."
Maine where he can talk to Gay. stay here." Pull the Trigger on'

Gay, if we couId-!"
CHAPTER VContinued8 greet him' He felt his heart thud w going to be all right. Noth- andPepsin.izeAcidStomachToo

painfully. "Where's Gay?" can spoil it, except ourselves. Constipation,

Sympathies were treacherous.John Kate stood in the road beside him. in must be very careful."

and Gay looked at Kate as "Out on the lake," she said. Kate's so lovely. I can't think
she had them a reprieve When constipation brings acid indi-
though given expression was composed. She I'm with like on
this. What
from death. Seeing the gratitude looked natural little tired you gestion,bloating dizzy spells gas;coated
quite a
say-That's not very flattering. tongue sour taste,and bad breath your
and affection for her shining in perhaps, but serene. "Fishing," she I is loaded with
I just hear your voice. stomach probably up cer-
Gay's face, in John's, she felt with added. "You took a time getting loved tain undigestedfoodandyourbowelsdon't
you so long, so hope- /
uncomfortable sharpness that un- here." move. So you need both Pepsin to help
walkedto break up fast that rich undigested food in T
of She
justified sense guilt. "
"I was arrested. His spirits lift- hopelessly now." your stomach and Laxative Senna to pull
the icebox, stooped, jerked open the trigger those bowels. So
ed. Kate looked as he was accus- on lazy be
the door. She had been right to call tomed to see her, lanky and rakishin can't believe it. sure your laxative also contains Pepsin.
Todd last night. But knowing that he go in and tell Kate." Her Take Dr.CaldwelTs Laxative,because its
tweed skirt and
was now, at this moment, on his way blouse a her expression green a charac- was gay and confident. "That Syrup derfulstomachcomfortwhiletheLaxativeSenna Pepsin helps you gain that won->

to the lake, was no longer the sus- teristic blending of wry humor and at help you to believe." moves your bowels.Tests prove the
taining relief it had been. She felt casual friendliness. He the afraid of Kate. I'm afraid power of Pepsin to dissolve those lumps of
like a traitor. She felt as thoughshe in." undigested protein food which may lingerin
door. "Get in Kate. You look'likea ,
your stomach,to cause belching gastric
should be taken out to the clear- slightly sardonic wood-nymph. I'll hold your hand tight- : acidity and nausea. This is how pepsin-

ingbehind the cabin, stood up againstthe How's your generator, ,my friend?" Like this." i izing your stomach helps relieve it of such
woodshed and shot. distress. At the same time this medicine
"My what?" she sat beside him walked, hands joined, up the wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your

and he turned the car into the lane. from the landing to the ,cabin. bowels to relieve your constipation.So see
The long low roadster sped down a He laughed., "I heard a few min- he opened the porch door for' how much better you feel by taking the
hill, across a bridge in a swampy she halted. laxative that also puts Pepsin to work on
utes ago, that you'd had trouble withit. that stomach distomfort. too. Even fin-
hollow a gently rising grade.
up "
is here! She dropped
icky children to taste this pleasant
Todd Janeway, his blond head bare, hand. family laxative. Buy Dr.Caldwell's Laxative .
his with fatigue "That boy with the teeth! Watch-
body slumped -Senna with Syrup Pepsin at your
ing her in a side-long glance he, windows were raised. Through -
against the leather upholstery, his druggist today!
saw her expression change. She screening came a murmur of
eyes smarting from the sting of,the
looked, though he could scarcely inside the cabin. Gay took a
wind, glanced at the speedometer.Better .
take it easy, he thought, credit it, as if she was about to steps away from him, glanced Justice,Rebellion.

slackening the rushing speed of the burst into tears. turned. In the light flood- 'Men seldom, or rather never,

"It isn't that bad, is it?" he'asked through the window he saw that for a length of time and deliberately

car.Lucky he'd left word at home but the laughter had gone out of face was" grave and startled. rebel against anything .
where he was going last night He'd her, voice. The question caught in ,that does not deserve rebelling t

expected to hear from her. He "It's as bad as can be," Kate throat. He took a step. against.-Carlyle.

wouldn't have been surprised if said with difficulty."Is is here," she said and was'

she'd walked in on Tory Wales' par- Gay ill? 'Has she been hurt?" .

ty. A week, she'd said, and Gay kept "Worse than that." caught her arm, drew her close \\""/( FIRST CHOICE OF MILUOHS
her But it had been Kate st WHO HAVE MADE IT WORLD'S
He stopped the in the lane.:
car ::::: LARGEST SELLER AT 10C.
who called. She'd said Gay didn't ," he asked, "you're all
"What is it
? What has happened? % STJOSEPH ASPIRIN
know she was calling. The tele- ? /lU\\
She turned to him her face work-
phone connection was bad. He face relaxed. She smiled up
ing queerly. "I meant to break it
hadn't been able to ,hear well. .
very ,to she burst For ,Their Sakes
gently out. "I've '
you 'r
When he'd learned that Kate wanted "
she said.
him to come, he'd concentrated on been sitting out there by that mail- yours, -- 'If we would build"on a sure foun'r'
box for hours thinking of what I dation in love '
friendship we must
getting directions she him
gave took a cigarette from 'a box
should say. There isn't any way to I our friends for their sakes rather
fairly clear'in his mind.
I the table. Todd, seated in a
say it except to tell you the truth than '
or our own. Charlotte'
GaySteady Janeway.
beside the hearth
snapped a
and I'd rather be chopped and
up Bronte.'
thing to do was to concentrate on
standing, half leaning
thrown to the wolves. I shouldn'thave
getting there. He'd know soon called last night." "Yes"I the chimney, struck a match
enough what the trouble Or you
was. made a movement toward her.
"Why shouldn't have calledme FOUR-FOLD WAY TO
maybe there was no trouble. ,Kate you you, but never mind." Her

hadn't made her reason for his com- ? strained glance went from SCALP COMFORTREMOVE
"Because it's none of busi-
ing very clear. Maybe Gay wanted my to the other. She rose from
ness. Yes, it is. I love her and I
him to drive them back to New
couch. "I'll do it my way. They LOOSE DANDRUFFTo
know it's all
York. The trip in Kate's wrong. "
coupecouldn't better. She held the cigarette
"What's all ?" help the looks of your hair and,remove
have been too comfortable. -, wrong the lamp chimney until its tip loose dandruff just use En-ar-co. Quickly it c
That was something to tie to. "Gay has fallen in love," Kate red. "Do you remember, stimulates the surface circulation-and good

But Kate had told him Gay didn't said wildly. "He was here when we ? I learned that trick at Tory circulation is vital to a good head of hair. It
lifts up and, dissolves the loose dandruff-it's
know she came. '
was callingHe camp, the week-end we were just grand for the hair.
," was too weary, now, to think "Who was here?" It and a storm cut off'the elec- At all druggists or send

clearly. Perhaps she'd just been "John Houghton, Dr. Lawrence's ." lOc for trial size to

tired, as she said, worn out with nephew. Do you remember him at knows plenty of tricks." {155 National,West Remedy 42nd Street.Co., .

i if-' preparations for the wedding, ex- Gay's debutante party? Nice look- sat back in his chair. "By N. Y. C.Dept.W-6.
hausted by all the demands upon ing. Dark and rangy." way, she's going to marry her

i;-' her vitality and patience. She'd "I remember." He slumped back ." : ENARCODeepest

wanted it, though. He'd been a lit- behind the wheel. "Did she come you,hunt here?" Todd asked
r tle surprised, last June when the here "
F to meet him? he asked. breaking a lengthening si-
had been
t engagement announced, "No. He just happened to be here. he Truths
te that she had agreed to the hue and "
cry both families raised for a wed- The long arm of coincidence. She often, now," John replied The deepest truths are best read

She'd 'gave a crack of nervous laughter."Don't I "I used to when I was in between the lines, and, for the of
, ding. told him she wanted
r- be ever say anything is im to That head there on the wall most part refuse to be written.-
everything to and
. proper
possible. But she came here be- "
. first trophy. Alcott.
and in accordance with tribal ,tra- my
cause she's been in love with him "
good one. Todd
ditions. He'd been surprised but a rose,
since the here
summer they spent
the room examine
touched and pleased, though he hat- 10 DoubU
4. ed the fuss. He hadn't realized, with Dr. Lawrence six years ago. deer head on the wall. John KENT BLADES or 7 Slngl.Edge: 10c

_ then, that she was substituting the Would you have thought Gay was him. They talked of hunt- to Package
romantic? She's fairly wallowing in
;'" symbols of marriage for something diffidently at first and then'with
Little fool!
'd that was lacking, the one thing that interest.TO Standing Up
made it "You aren't very convincing, ( BE CONTINUED)
CI right. That was before he Neighbor-How, does your new
' Kate. He smiled wearily. "Do you
't' had watched her and
grow like him?" cat like your dog?
f, more remote, not sharing her Forecasts Jackie-Oh, fur straight. .
.' thoughts with him, making excuses "I do. That's the trouble. He is

( for not being alone with him, shut- attractive. And so in love with her. Age Vs. Youth Struggle

ting him off behind a wall of light But it's all wrong." Frank S. Dickinson, Univer-

mockery through which he could see "Why is it-wrong?" he asked qui- of Illinois economist, foresees rIf'

: her but could not touch her, not ac- etly. approach of a class struggle be-

t:: tually, not the Gay herself, whom She glanced at him in relief and age and youth.

he loved. admiration. said in an address recently that<

r. This must be Northfield. Better "Did you expect me to go melo- of the pensionnaires"would -0"40

I' ask directions from here. He pulled dramatic?" he said. "I'm afraid as a problem "far more de'

., in at a filling-station at the side of that's a little out of my line. Why than the oft-discussed con-

the road. A gangling boy with buckteeth did you call me?" between capital and labor. Kills

t'. and a shock of sunburned hair "I hoped we might get her away Dickinson said the decreasing
t> appeared in response to the bleat from here-in time." rate and the increasing life Many Insects

k of his horn. "And there isn't-time? It's too were causes behind the "strug- ON FLOWERS FRUITS

"Can you tell me how to get to late, now?" of classes in America." But he VEGETABLES & SHRUBS

i the Lawrence camp?" Todd asked. "I'm.afraid so. Last night" Shehesitated he does not expect the strug- 4051

,.: The boy was lost in admirationfor for a moment then plungedon. to become critical until 1980, Demand original sealed
bottles,from dealer
' the car. "They haven't told me any- he estimated, there will be your

:. "How far do, I follow this road?" thing. But the way they act is persons in the United

I Todd asked brusquely."Oh enough. I've tried all day to tell more than 65 years of age.

eyah. 'Bout a mile and a them you were coming. I couldn't.I visioned possible results of
' half. You'll see the name on the feel like a traitor until I think of- I he predicted would be "the MORE FOR YOUR MO

.;:- mail-box." I Todd. what do they think of all this I cultural and social change

"Thanks." I at home?" the fall of Rome" as follows: Read the advertisements.

I : Todd tossed a coin to the boy, released I "It's been pretty awful. Funny, claiming one- They are more than a sellingaid 0

r the brake and pressed the though-None of that seems important the income of workers and for business. They forman

f accelerator.A -now." educational system whichis N

' mail-box. Todd slackened the of the two major po- making Americans the best-

:, speed of the car. A figure detached CHAPTER VI parties. educated buyers in the world.

itself from the vines and underbrushat by the "hand that rocks The advertisements are partof I

the side of the road. A long In the hidden inlet the sunset i be rocking-chair." an economic system whichis

arm waved in greeting. Kate! dimmed to .a honeycolored.dusk./ I of "votocracy" for giving Americans more Y

"Hello!" he called and brought the The canoe, moored beneath low I with one of every four for their money every day.

car to a stop. No other figure to hanging branches was motionless. over the 65-y.ear mark.

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.. :TNE' CHEERFUL O1EBJ& I Gems of Thought

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:Sometimes it thrillsme OUR COMIC SECTION 'STUDIES teach not their own

to sit use; that is a wisdom
lust without them, and above them,
And fct our won by observation.Bacon.Let .

front door. every action be directedto

It leads to all tKe. fect some in definite its, way.object-and Marcus per-

world tkfc.t5 mine. 01 Events in the Lives of Little Men I D Aurelius..

To play in tnd A sudden thought strikes me; ,
let us swear an eternal friend'
explore.. ship.-J. H. 'Frere.

'\.1.c'1 6 Forgiving' without forgetting is a
good deal like giving a receipt for
money without signing your name
aD to it. j
.\ The more honesty a man has,. T
the less he affects the air of a r

saint.-Lavater. .
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,Two emblems other than the red
.. RM t cross are recognized by most nations -

1 NI as the,,symbols of agenciesof
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7CICIJ an international 'conference
'a PHOTOFINISHING in Geneva, Switzerland, some 75
1 years ago, all Christian nations
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ri-IIIJ f. tl{ N cent on a white field for ,their sym-
i 5 bol, while Iran (formerly Persia)

Value of Time adopted a white flag with a red
design of a lion and 'sun.-Path-
Know the true'value of time, finder.

snatch, seize and enjoy every mo- _
ment of it. No idleness, no lazi-

ness, >no procrastination; never
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Present as Past 1

, "'" Abandon mistakes The' present contains 'nothing .,
J Any man may make a mistake; more than the past, and what is
none but a fool will stick to it. found in the effect was already in :,,1;
Second thoughts are best.-Cicero. "TWO THOUSANDWOULDN'T the cause.-Henri Bergson.INDIGESTION: :


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Read This Important Message!

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Idleness Idleness is the a sepulcher Tomb of the T 1.uJ Honesty and Civility
'iving man. ce c\\ Honesty sometimes keeps a man
from growing rich, and civility

or Oe'aUGGoHjg from being witty.-J. Selden.


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headache, dizziness, getting up nights, JESSIR:7L
leg pains, swelling-feel constantly O'P +4y
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FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1040

Double Win Over Pahokee Palm Beach and the ,Southeastern I The application of.any
Division will afford a fine fellowshipen man who pointed out, their status being
route to Minneapolis on the satisfactorily com- strictly that of civilians, as the
I pleted the eighth grade, and who name of/ the Corps

Gives Clewiston League Lead special the Florida splendid train mid-western and then city whilein a possesses enlistment the, will other be qualificationsfor "Should the United implies.States enter 'I
accepted, he
greater consciousness or Kiwanis said. war the status of CCC enrollees
International will Geveloped. would be exactly the same as that
AVAKT GIVES UP ONLY THREE gators second place and Tigers third ''in commenting on be tills phase of Full Information of the qualifi- of other young men of their age",
HITS TO PAHOKEE IM place.At. the Florida District's Program, Ki- cations for enlistment and application Horne asserted. -
OPENER forms will be supplied to in-
a candlelight investiture cere- "Theywould be
wanian Stumpf made this state- no more sub-
mony Leonard Moore:: was inducted ment, "It's up to ,the clubs of the terested persons by the Savannah ject to draft than any of their
Clewiston moved Into undisputed into the troop. The Court was Southeastern Division to take the recruitingheadquarters.. friends and brothers back home, "
possession of first place in the closed by the Scoutmaster's bene- and if
lead In the percentage of attendanceat recruiting should be author-
Coast-Glades League last Sunday diction, led Patrol Leader Sher- ized
the International Convention in would have the same privilegeof
when they. took both ends of a wood Hall.Holland. Minneapolis and I am expectingsuch 1800 Boys To Be volunteering for military serviceas
double-header at Pahokee by scores
support from the clubs to insure other American boys. They
of 12-3 and 10-o. Enrolled In CCC
\would have
and AndrewsContinued -, this goal. one advantage in the
The double win put the local I event of becoming fighting men,
team ahead of the previously first -
Prof. Sturchio To Give
place Pahokee team with five wins ( from Page 1) I Jacksonville, May 31.-(Special) ...
and one loss against Pahokee'sfour column.On -During the period July 1-20
wins and two losses. The the basis of almost complete Private ,Music Lessons Florida ''will enroll 1,800 young ALETTER j

games Sunday were Pahokee's only returns from the state Holland won men for the Civilian Conservation

losses since the beginning] of league I the gubernatorial nomination by a Prof. F. G. Sturchio, conductor Corps, according to announcementhere
margin of almost 70,000 votes and today by the State Welfare
play.Avant of the U. S. S. C. band has an-
pitching for the locals in Andrews the nomination as U. S. nounced that during the summer Board IIIGi

the first, game, turned In another Senator by more than 200,00-0, months he will be in Clewiston all The enrollment, while large, is uul an rmunruunC

spectacular performance and ex- polling the biggest vote ever given day on Tuesday and will l give no larger than that of October,

cept for the first inning when he a candidate for that office in the private lessons on any instrumentto 1939, it was announced by Jack e A
allowed three hits which Pahokee state. J. Edwin Larson was nomin- those In Clewiston or surrounding Horne, representative of the State h
converted into their three runs ated State Treasurer by a 25,000 communities desiring them. Welfare Board in charge of selec- "Welcome

he pitched hitless ball throughoutthe majority and J. Tom Watson ,of Band membership is confined to tion. The large enrollment, Horne L GIFT
game. Forbes was almost as Tampa won the nomination for said, was due to a reduction of the theFormer
employees of the sugar corporationand to
effective in the nightcap giving up Attorney-General in the closest state members of' their families but previous quota because of the fail- ,..'
only six safe blows. race against Ed R. Bentley of Lake- these private lessons will enable ure of Congress to authorize as -f

Clewiston batters were, at the land. others to secure instruction. $1.00 large an appropriation as formerly.The (5) ReSsdentr

same time, having a field day at J per lesson will be charged and cut was later restored. (

the expense of the Pahokee hurlers Brantley Is FavoredTo I arrangements have been made CCC selections are In no sense THIS NEw8QA'ezRr

Spooner and Baxter in the :first whereby the student may rent an enlisting for military service. Horne

game and Padgett and Pugh in Cop Honors In instrument upon which to learnat
the second. A total of fourteensafe the same cost per month.

hits were made in the first Bowling Tourney Prof. Sturchio may be contactedby

game, six of them for two bases, anyone interested next Tuesdayat

with F. Hollingsworth and Avant the receiving station or may

collecting the best average with J. B. Brantley went into the leave their names at the station !

two hits each out of three appear- fifth bracket of the local bowling with C. C. Klutts any day before
ances at the plate. In the second tournament here this week 'when that time.Vacancies. II :

.game the barrage continued with he defeated Munselle Stone 572 to

eleven safe hits, only one of which 441. The total for the three games Are Listed

was for extra bases. Ward broughthis was the largest yet bowled in the

average up in this game with present tournament and the single By Marine Corps This little letter will Ijo entirely inadequate to expressto

three safe blows in three appear- game high of 212 was one of the I you my 'appreciation of your courtesy. and support in the
ances. Four errors were chalked up highest for a single game. The
I second primary. I really thank you all.
against the local boys in the first match established him as the Vacancies for the acceptance of
Being just human, and trying to bo fair to all men, I
game and three in the second. favorite to cop first place in the thirty-four young men of excellent
realize that I have imperfections and shortcomings.It .
Pahokee had five in the first and tourney for he appears to improve physique, who can furnish evidenceof many .
six in the second. is my intention to eliminate many of these. My good
with each match. good character, now exist at the
Box Score: Sidney Crochet also advanced In U. S. Marine Corps Recruiting Sta- qualities (if there be any) will remain the same. v

Pahokee the third bracket by_ defeating:: _Bill_n tion, Savannah, Georgia, head- To those who helped and supported me again I thank jou.

Player pos. AB R H E Lanier 137-137-43 plus 15 to quarters for this area, according to To those who happened to be on the other side (and

Lanier's 97-139-135 plus 30. The an announcement today by CaptainA. they were legion) I realize how you felt about the matter
D. Pugh, ss. _............. 3 1 1" 0 I
S. Spooner, c. .......... 2..1 0 1 fourth bracket match between Ed C. Small, officer in charge. and feel that under the circumstances you could have done

Baxter, 3b. c. ........._ 2 1 1 0 Von Mach and Lanier is yet to ,be Only white applicants between no other way. I assure you there is no animosity in my
M. played to determine which of the 18 and 27 years of age, from 64 heart toward of for whatever stand took in
Pugh, lb. ............ 3 0 1 1 any you you
C. Spooner, rt, ct. ..... 3 0 0 0 two will met Ed Ward in the fifth to 74 inches In height, and who : the election. And now that this part is over and past 1

Giles, 2b. .................. 2 0 0 3 bracket match.' Ward won over are single and without dependents- i certainly do desire to cooperate with everyone for the goodof

Raymond, If. ............ 3 0 0 0 Lee with 160-134-133 to 106125112 can be accepted. 0 I the school sj-stcm. '
Bass rf ........ .. .. in the fourth bracket. The lure, of travel and adventure.j I '..
........ 3 0 0 0 I wish to have a united Clewiston: and an undivided
1\f. Spooner .............. 2 0 0 0 Jimmy Couse, last remaining and a desire for educational advance- county in all school matters. Therefore let us work to
Pugh, ''cf: .................. 1 0) 0 0 Moore Haven contestant iwas eli- ment have long been the principal 'I '
Clcwiston minated Monday night by Jack reasons for so many young accomplish. this end.

Player Hollingsworth in a close match and cans choosing to serve Sincerely' .
AB -
pos. R H E Ameri-I >
Ward, 2b. .................. 4 2 2 0 one of the few matches that has Marine Corps. Their ._ '",-' t;" .0

Bell, rf ................... 5 0 1 1 been determined by the handicap. I be realized by service at
C. Roberts, ct.. .......... 4 2 2 0 Couse bowled 192-137-154 for a';Foreign Stations, aboard large shipsof I > .
C. Moore total of 483 and Hollingsworth had the U. S. Fleet, through DR. C. E. WEAVER ?:
lb. ........... 5 1 1 0 at-I .
Carlton, If. ................ 3 2 1 0 145-179-156 plus a fifteen pin tendance at the various schools

Hare, 3b. ................. 5' 1 1 0 handicap to give' him 495.J. the Corps, and the 'study of "

f Clark, C.-._........ 3 1 2 11 B. Brantley and Ed Ward were- courses supplied, without charge,
F. Holin'worth, ss. .... 3 2 2 1 the top-flight scorers in the :first by other Marine Corps educational ...

Avant, p. .................. 3 1 2 1 tournament and there seems a I' facilities, Captain Small said. .
I strong. possibility that these two are

Total ......................351214 4 likely to meet in the finals of the .
1 present tourney for individual
,, honors. 1a1s
Second Game: '/-.f/i. ,."
Pahokee .1\ .c\ -t S'E ss\.fR'S 'f
Player pos. AB R H E 100 Floridians To "\ \t\\/'f Cj (, "== '1 \ \.\:"\) !

Pugh, SSe .................. 3 1 1 1 QOi. Sl... ;).:' t>R\'J \S E SY
S. Spooner, c. .......... .. 3 0 0 1 Kiwanis InternationalDistrict i S ,,o"\ fE"O, 1"\1.0\ 1 :7r PINT
r t. Baxter, 3b" ............._. 3 0 0 1 \ N\"" otOU ; 4
: _
M. Pugh, p. 3b. ....... 3 0 1 0 I Ii

'i C. Spoo er, ................ 3 0 1 0 Governor J. Ed Bakerof t It
1\f. Spooner, lb rf.- 2. 0 0 2 Umatilla has pledged to Kiwanis I f ry

Giles, 2b. .................. 3 0 0 1 International a quota of one hun- :>. .:, -
Raymond, ct. ......... 2 0 1 0 dred from Florida for the Inter- ..........,,,,,...:...:..'. '. .

.:.:< .B. Pugh, ct. ............... 3 2 1 0 national Convention in Minneapolis, 7lW. ....{. ..:.::: ,.: .
June, 16-20, 1940. A. W. Lawrencewill _

F': .Total ....:..................... 25 3 4 6 represent the Clewiston club.E. >. :..?... ,,:.: 'F., s ,'.
'Clemston F. Stumpf, West Palm Beach, d "01 .

Player pos. AB R H E Chairman of the Eighth Division, .

:f.,: Ward, 2b. .................. 4 1 3 0 covering the clubs in the South- Is.t Every ',:"

Bell, rf ...'...'............ ,2 2 0 0 eastern part of" the state, is organi- ) faninule ugmlwrj of

f' Roberts, cf. .......-..... 2 3 1 0 zing his work in his territory with .
', Moore, lb.: ...... a view to having each club :
::. .7........ 4 0 2 0 repre- I II
Carlton, IJ. .....3 0 1 0 sented by one or more delegates to

Hare, 3b. .................. 4 1 2 the International 'Convention. In '
;;:', Bass, C. .................... 4 1 1 2 some cases they will be accompaniedby I 'I'Ii
F. Holin'worth, ss. __ 2 1 0 e their wives. ; tIt

I. Forbes, p. ..........:......... .3 1 1 1 The general convention programis
of an 'unusually high order this ,

\ Total .......................... 311011 :3 time, with a number of features f I a, P .
worthy of attendance by Florida /i/i/// I \ I, d t UHISKEY

Duff Speaker I I Kiwanians, even if they: were con *tP I \\ l ':
sidered singly. For example, the : J
following will appear during the i11Trr
convention session: Address DISTILLING CO.INC
(Continued from Page 1) by the I YUDG. INDIANA
Honorable James G.
Broadfoot is leader, received 60 Minister of Agriculture for Canada; a ,.fix>
points for its project, which con- Honorable ,
G. Howard Ferguson, ,
sisted of a scale model of a surveyor'a I former premier of Canada; and ,

transit, and a collection of Representative Martin Dies, Chair- \ .
leaves and woods from -- .
local .
man of the much publicized and fl-- i
The Alligator patrol, of which talked about Dies
; and i.,1,
50 Hall is leader, received music by the Minneapolis A Capella :
points for its
project, including Choir and the Shrine Chanteijs.:
a knot-board, demonstrating various Among other entertainment ]JULIUS KESUR54yearold ,
; types of features -I ifuR ?r. ,. '
knots, signal flags igj
and a will be r
rte set of pot-holders Harry Welch, the Dean of DistillersKESSLER'S '
The for camp use original Pop Eye; the Ponca City

Tiger patrol, under leadership Glee Club of Ponca City, Oklahoma; vy cI
F,, of Nick Schiffli, received 40 the Heatons of Winnipeg, Manitoba
; points for signal flags, picnic
r and patrol table and as a special feature the con-
> flag. vention will have Darrell Brady. j I
: "j In a contest,. based on attendance I
hI' Although quite
at young man, he
weekly scout
of Scout meetings, wearing !s world travelled and is to speak'i i
unforms to meetings, or. "Youth Still Has A Chance in
advancement, and patrol projects, America". '
Flying, Eagles-won first place AliiL PRIVATE BLEND-A Blended Whiskey. 73% Neutral SpirIts distilled from Grain. 86.6% Proof.
Attendance by tho clubs of West I
,* *- Julius Kessler Distilling Coy Incorporated, Lawrenceburfft Indiana.


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