The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 8, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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System ID: UF00028415:00677
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Record Sugar Season Draws To Close.LEADERS .

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LOSE IN SPECIAL ELECTION IS Parents Urged to I 322,361st Bag Of Sugar '

Protect EquipmentThe '


ruthless destruction by a

HANDICAP PLAY HIGH SCHOOL BONDSThe I II group of thoughtless youngstersof -

\: I ground the equipment benches and has brought other play-the!, Harvest Festival 25000 Bags Produced

I Garden Club, under whose super- I 4
f. "The bigger they are the harder county school board, at" its: Plans Completed More Than Iri
vision the playground was furnished ,
they fall" was never more true regular session in LaBelle Saturday -! t
to the point of requesting the -
t nor more clearly demonstrated than afternoon, granted the petition .- I ;36/37 Season .
city marshal to keep a vigilanteye v
1. in last week's second round play of freeholders of the Clewiston II Plans are complete and everything t .
on the playground.
[ of the Everglades Handicap Championship -I school district and called a special, Several of the benches have been I in readiness for the Annual

; being held ,at the .Clewiston election to pass on the issuance Harvest Festival and dance which Breaking all previous records for
damaged.-even to the extent ofl ,
'. Golf Club. The big shots not only of $50,000 worth of bonds for the I 'will be held in the Clewiston sugar: sugar production in the Everglades,
chopping with a hatchet. The
took a nasty 'nose dive but they construction of a new high school, ': house tomorrow (Saturday) celebrating -' the gigantic machinery of the
Club is. having the present equip
fell thick and fast, the boys with building in Clewis ton.- The petition I i the completion of the I United States Sugar Corporation's,
ment repaired, and hopes that no
the strokes taking a decided ma- ; bore signatures of more than 90 1937-38 grinding season. .. Clewiston sugar house closed the
other steps will, be necessary to I
jority edge in the current battle percent of the freeholders of the protect the property.Mrs. The large open space on the, 1937-38 grinding season Sunday

for the first official Everglades ,district, although only 25 percent ground floor of the mill Is cleared morning when the 322,361 bag
F. M. Wright, president of :
handicap title.Headlining are required by law. I i and beautifully decorated with of sugar was placed on the con
the Club, and the playground com-I
the boys who ,took it The board set May 17th as the mittee request parents to warn I colored lights," paper streamers and veyors.
the chin, and how, was the of The 1936-37 season, which was
on date for the election, and four their children not to molest the festoons shrubs and palmettoes.
Everglades champion, O. G. Mc- weeks notice is being given by playground equipment. Tickets have been distributed for the previous record production,

Whorter, who took a right smart publication of the election notice the barbecue which will be held was more than 25,000 bags shortof

beating from his fellowBelleGladian in The Clewiston News. The school this year from 4 till 6 in the the grinding campaign just end-

Lou Betzner, who sells board was pleased with the large Speaks Here TodaySEXATdH afternoon. ed. The '37-38 season is the most

t hardware at odd times. This gen- number of freeholders who petitioned Admission will be limited to successful on the record. The
ial dealer this-and-that in the mill began grinding on November
of for the election? as it those to whom tickets have been
has been 16th and when the crop was completed
hard variety casting wished the reaction of those who distributed. The barbecue is given .

about the Glades for some time in would be eligible to yote in the I for employees and their familiesand on April 3rd had completed

search of a golf title that just election, before proceeding further I tickets bearing the names of 138 days of 24 hour production.The .

suited him. And from. all appear- with plans for the building. The' the employees have been distributed -I last car of cane was dumped
this will about fill into the hoppers at 10:05 Satur-
ances one just district is not in default of inter- through the department heads
the bill. Because Lou day morning midst the blowing of
hopped on est or principal payment of its indebtedness and supervisory employees. Those
the tall Tennessee with the mill whistles and shrieks and
swinger a and it is felt that there' attending are requested to present
vengeance, sent him home with a hurrahs from all workers and a
will be no difficulty in disposing, their tickets at the door.
stinging 5 and 3 defeat, and there- of the bonds. large number of visitors who had
I Following the barbecue, the
by established himself as the reign- gathered to see the last cane go
The location of the new school floor will be cleared and made
Ing favorite to take the AndIf into the mill. ,
will probably be the block facing ready for the festival dance, which
it to that the ,As the last cane disappeared
should come pass
Esperanza avenue opposite the' ball will begin at 8 and continue till
former Connecticut Yankee turnsthe under the grinders, hats, neckties,
diamond and school playground.Teacher's I II v z 1 o'clock. Bill Doherty's orchestra
trick, his host of friends leads I handkerchiefs and other articles of
will furn-
were from West Palm Beach
one to believe no one will be : appointments I personal belongings followed as
ish the music for the dance.
tabled until the meeting following
but the losers. the enthusiastic'workers celebratedthe
sorry I
the close of the school During the intermissions at the
close of a successful season's
The champion was forced to
term. The board voted to bor- dance, the customary program will
spot Betzner three strokes, and 'I operation.
be enlivened by the presentationof
row $2100 from the bank to apply -
Lou scored on each and every
on teacher's salaries,. the loan several prizes,-a cash award,
one of them. But strokes orno I Kiwanians Observe"TaxConscious'
to be repaid from race track funds a shotgun, radio and wrist watch
strokes, it was Betzner's day as Y will be at the drawings.The .
I of like amount which will be received -
the card showed: he would have Week"The
; Harvest Festival is one of
stroke i in the next'-3O days Whenall I
won 2'up without advan state funds are received the CLAUDE PEPPER I the outstanding events of 'the sea-
., tage. McWhorter played under a
with much
and anticipated
board expects to complete all I son
4 handicap and Betzner an 8. 'Hon. Claude Pepper, Florida's the thousands of employees Kiwanis Club joined in the '
pleasure by
amounts due to teachers except
Another of the boys who got Junior Senator and ''candidate for, their families and friendsin observance of "Tax-Conscious
about teacher.
his nose skinned in the second $5 per I re-election this year, will address I II the,, Everglades., Week", proclaimed by Gov.: Cone in

i round was the popular Tom "Babe Checks for monthly bills were I the voters of Clewiston and this an effort to acquaint the citizensof

Ruth" Shelley. The long hitting paid and other routine business!i I part of Hendry county at noon to- Florida with the problems and

.- -:;.s Clewiston swinger ran smack-dab I was transacted. The full board including day it has been announced by. Stainers Crucifixion difficulties of the present taxing

'. into F. Deane Duff right after. M. E. VonMach, chairman, those in charge of his itinerary. I situation in the state.R. .

Duff had dusted off Arthur Wells! Roy Messer and Mrs. Homer Tay- By Clewiston Choir N. Smith, chairman of the

In ,the celebrated 36' hole "battle lor :were present.Catholic program committee, arranged the

of the mayors," 5 and 3. And program which included a talk byJ.
Stainer's The Cucifixion, and a I
Duff started right in where he ProgramFor CATERPILLARDIESELDEMONSTRATION .. E. Beardsley, local realtor on
of Easter music will bet
lett off, putting Shelley out of the I program I the general subject of taxation as

\, championship picture, 2 and 1, and presented by the Community it applies to property in this lo-
Easter Week! IS I Church choir during services hereI I
r. serving on the rest of the cality.Mr..
I Good and Easter Sun-
4 field that whoever gets past him Friday Beardsley took as an example -.

f. will experience a right cantankerous day. one lot in the city of Clew-
(Father J. F. Walsh, Pastor) HELD SATURDAY Friday will beheld
t afternoon. Duff shot undera % I on Good iston. He gave the actual ''valuation,
Holy Week Services at 8 o'clock, and the choir,
handicap of 12 and Shelley a the amount of the various taxes,
& 4. Christians the world over, irrespective I under the direction cf J. E. and showed how ,the tax total

E Two other. favorites to bite of whether they attend The Caterpillar-Diesel demon- Beardsley, will present ."The Cruci- was divided into the state, county -

dust were Mrs. F. Deane Duff (15)I church or not, annually focus their stration given at the Clewiston I fixion." The Crucifixion is a love- city, drainage district and

' E f and W. C. Owen (12), both oq attention, during Holy Week, on Motor Company Saturday was at- ly cantata depicting the death of special school district taxes-five
.. tended than hundred I Ithe Savior and has been given in
t.- Clewiston. Mrs. Duff lost to H. the sufferings and death of our by more a separate taxing agencies levying ,

L C. VanLandingham (17) of Belle, Savior and especially on the crucifixion machinists, engineers, prominent I I previous years by the local choir. a millage on the property. '
', commemorated on 'Friday farmers and others interested in The same program will be givenat R.
f Glade and 2, and Owen went Guests at the meeting were
r down to E. H. "Doc" VanLand-i of the coming week, which is the the newest developments along' the two other churches during the M. Oliphant, of Birmingham and
central fact in the of tractor and Diesel engine line. week before Easter. On Wednesday -
economy our
," Ingham, 2 and 1. The Belle i Zerney G. Meredith of Clewiston.
r Glade celery kings failed to make I' Redemption. An invitation' to at- Conducted by a group of experts evening it will be given at the

'. ,' it a field day for the VanLanding- tend the impressive services at the. from the factory in Peoria, Illi- Methodist Church in Moore Haven

,,< r ham family when Gray, the third above church is therefore cordially -I.' nois, the demonstration was a and on Thursday evening at the Louis O. Gravely

extended to all who can pos- revelation of the developments of Punta Gorda Presbyterian Church.
member of
::\ golfing trio lost a
',J' t. terrific struggle with an appendix sibly attend to do so, especiallyon I modern mechanical engineering and Music Easter morning will in- Makes AnnouncementLouis

,>-f; t and adjourned to a West Palm Good Friday and Easter Sun- of the many practical uses of the clude a special program of appro-

day. We acknowledge the heroesof new inventions in connection'with priate music: ,
ti, (Continued on page eight) O. Gravely, county at-
our country annually by pro- this type of machinery. O Morn of Beauty-from Sibe-

claiming a holiday in their honor.Is Motion pictures were used in lius' Finlandia. torney, this week announces his' ,

: Rider Announces For it too much to ask ALL busi connection with the demonstration Come Unto Him-six parts)- candidacy for re-election. Mr.
I'i boardof
ness and entertainment locally to of actual motors and machinery.The Charles Gounod. Gravely was attorney

.: l: County Attorney remain closed from 2:00 until I Clewiston Motor Company is t Women's, Men's and Mixed county commissioners and prose-
: I at the time the
3:00 on the afternoon of Good Fri- South Florida dealer for the I Quartettes from the Can-iata. cuting attorney

day in honor and commemorationof company and its, territory includes Death Unto Life-by R. M. Stultz. office of county attorney was

H. A. Rider announces his can- the death of Christ? 13 counties. Christ is Risen.-Pattison arr. created by the legislature in 1933.

didacy for county attorney in this The following schedule of ser- Attending the demonstrationfrom Beethoven's 5th Symphony. He was appointed by Governor

+ Issue of the News. After having vices will be observed at St. :Mar- Fort Myers were R. E. Kurtz, Adore Him-eight partsRussian ) Sholtz to serve until the electionin

served as county wherehe Church W. G. cherubim -Gretchaninov. -: 1934, at which time he was
attorney garet's :- R. T. Chambers, J. R. Pugh, song
had held other offices of trust Palm Sunday: CommemoratingChrist's II Gibson, Bruce Storter, Victor date for that office, by a large

S in other states, Judge Rider cast triumphal entry into Je; Bracewell, Ben Wilson and Fred Hallelujah Chorus from Mountof majority.In .
his lot with Hendry county soon af- rusalem. Blessing and distributionof M. Loudermilk. From Punta Olives-Beethoven. the primary of 1936 he was

ter the county was created, wherehe Palms before Mass which is at Gorda. J. H. Montgomery. From This program will be given in nominated without opposition. In '

has since continuously resided. 8:30 A. M.; St. Mary's Church, LaBelle, L. D. Smith, W. R. Clewiston at 11 a. m. There will the general'election of the same

For .a time, just after the creationof Pahokee at 10:30 A. M. Townsend and M. S. Mahon. From be no church service in the Community year he defeated H. A. Rider,

Hendry county, he served as attorney Holy Thursday: On this day is Arcadia, H. J. Boyd Robert 'McGee -,I' Church Sunday evening. who ran as an independent candi-

for the board of county com- commemorated the Institution of and J. E. Crowley. From 1 On Sunday evening the choir date for that office.

missioners and the school board.In the Blessed Eucharist 'or the Sac- Fellsmere E. C. Dancy and Ray, will present its Easter music pro- Mr. Gravely is well-known over

1931 he was appointed county rament wherein Christ has left mond Gower. From Miami, J..' gram at the Fort Myers Presby- the county, having been an attorney -

judge to fill out an unexpired term himself to us under the form of T. Clamp, E. N. Hart, D. Walker terian Church, and on Monday or for many years, and having in

and elected to the office for the bread and wine. Mass or the act I Fred Bass, Bery Bert ElliottW. ,, Tuesday at the Pahokee Methodist served also as representative the legislature.,

succeeding term. of consecrating and changing the II, Jones, G. L. Jones, R. T, Church. the 1929 session of bill creat-

He has been active in the pub- substance of bread and wine into Spears, Joe Douglas, Theo Mills''I, Members of the choir include: He was co-author of Flood the 'Control

lic affairs of the county since its the Body and Blood of Christ will and Al Landers. |I.I.Margaret Warren, Irma Smith, ing the Okeechobee the means

creation as a county and says that be observed at ,7:30 A. M. From Belle Glade, Fritz Stein,, Blanche Turner, Mary Marlcette, Board, and United providing States through -

"I believe my past experience has A specially impressive service Arthur Zumph-. J. Stein, Fred l' Dorothy Craig, Mina Niblack Mig- whereby the department constructed -

acquainted me with the needs of honoring Christ in the Blessed Sac- Annapu, Allan Love, J. H. Kunkel,, : hdnne St. Martin, Jean Herring, its engineering' the Lako OkecchobeeCaloosahatche -
+ called "The Holy Hour" A. C. :Krllm- rlt\Qlh '
; our people and will enable me to rament Walter Schlecter, Ho river
render useful sprvl@fI to tl)6 e&un.m will bo observed: from 7:30:( to Eli;10; nets, Irvln Kurapli, Q, M.( Greeno, Sue Robbins, Lola nobblns, Mar drainage

ty aa county attorney, It elected" (Continued on page eight) (Continued on page eight) 'I (,Continued on page eight. .) : project. ,: "

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Review of Current Events .1 DIZZY DRAMAS-Now Playing-"ZE ARTIST" By Joe Bowers ::1:1I



Giving President Vast Powers Squeezes Through 0

Senate May Die in House I i ,

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I WHAT to EAT and WHY I..

it is easily destroyed by heat- ,I
e. I/o-u to-n G&U.d.l64 Noted J"oodAuthority that is why it is so important to
include some fresh raw foods in
the diet daily

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Relates the Miracle of VITAMINS and VITAMIN D AND RICKETS lilt

> Vitamin D is sometimes called
Explains Why YOU MUST EAT the sunshine vitamin because it ':

can be manufactured in the body i
Senator Pat Harrison of Mississippi, chairman of the senate finance THEM or DIE through the action of direct sun- ,
committee, is here seen telling members of the press what his committeehad light on the skin. This is the vita-
done and proposed to do to the revenue measure so that it would be By C. HOUSTON GOUDISS min that is necessary for the 11 ,
less objectionable to business and to the country in general. It alreadyhad 6 East 39th St., New York. proper utilization of calcium and '

made radical changes in the bill as it was passed by the house. WE LIVE in the most inspiring age the world has ever phosphorus in building bones and

Chemists grow plants without, soil. ''Doctors teeth. When it is lacking in the "

w Plduuul snatch men from death with insulin.' Surgeons perform in- diet of infants, there develops that
horrible disease known rickets
credibly delicate brain operations. And thanks to the amaz in which the bones become soft

SUMMARIZES THE WORLD'S WEEK ing discoveries of nutritional scientists, children enter the world and twisted, resulting in pitiful

@Western Newspaper Union. with far better chances for long and happy lives, while men and deformities knock knees, bow

women of seventy are more active and useful than their grand. legs, pigeon breast.In .
Wide Powers for President Utilities Must RegisterIN parents 'were at 'fijty. C foods, vitamin D is. only

PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT'S reor- A 6 to 1 decision, the United found in appreciable amounts in
Much of the hard
ganization bill squeezed throughthe States Supreme court upheld the won tories of great universities all fish-liver oils and egg yolk. That '
senate by the close vote of 49 registration provisions of the Wheel- knowledge of how to eat so over the world, which demonstrated is why every homemaker shouldbe

to 42, after a fierce fight. A mo- er-Rayburn public utility act of as to increase efficiency, curb what happens when a diet is so grateful to the scientists who

tion to recommit, which would have 1935, but did not pass on the con- disease, and improve the deficient in any of the vitamins, labored to discover how to con-
of other of the and proved that if laboratory ani- centrate this
virtually killed the measure, was stitutionality parts chances for is due precious vitamin
defeated by a vote of 48 to 43. law, including the death sentencefor mals are wholly deprived of vita- from fish-liver oils and add it to
Opponents of this bill are con- holding companies. to the discovery of vitamins., mins for a short time they will foods, or to increase the vitaminD

vinced that it paves the way fora Chief Justice Hughes delivered the die. content of foods through irradi-

dictatorship in the United States. court's opinion. Justice McReynolds, VITAMINS DISCOVERED These experiments are of the utmost ation.
who wrote no opinion,-was the only significance to every home- .
The measure was sent on to the dissenter. Justice Cardozo, who is Twenty-six years ago, a now- maker, because the same thing E'
house which already has passed ANTI-STERILITY VITAMIN
ill and Justice Reed took famous scientist.walked nervously
no partin happens to human beings as to .'
bills covering some of its features. the consideration of the case. around his laboratory animals. Vitamin E comes in for less discussion -
experimental Today our
There is no certainty, however, that -s-; back and knowledge of vitamins has pro- :, than the others, because -
the senate measure will ever be forth back and its significance to nutrition has not
to such that it
brought to a vote in the house. Colonel House Dies forth. He was conducting i gressed a degree I been fully determined. It does,
is possible to state the exact requirement -
Chairman O'Connor of the rules DEATH after a long illness ended a nutrition for most of the vita- however, appear to be necessaryfor
committee said it should be allowedto the notable successful and is
career of Col. Ed- experiment of vast mins and to designate the foods reproduction
slumber peacefully in some pig- ward M. House found in wheat
whose name, dur- importance. H e from which adequate quantitiescan especially germ
eonhole. ing the World war era, was famil- >% f: didn't quite know be obtained.RESISTANCE and lettuce.
The bill authorizes the President, iar to millions. He what he was goingto .

by executive order, to transfer, regroup ,': ; :"; passed away in New find, but he be- 11.-)
co-ordinate, consolidate, seg- York at the age of lieved that he was AND VITAMIN A VITAMIN G PROLONGS YOUTH
regate the whole or any part of or F '%MJ seventy-nine Vitamin G is necessary for
the of
$ years. on verge a
1 To date six vitamins have been
abolish any of the 135 bureaus, agen- Shunning publicityand revolutionary food growth and for the maintenanceof
cies, and divisions of government. y personal glory, discovery.The identified. Vitamin A promotes health and vigor at all ages.It .
and builds resistance to
Excepted from this section, how- House devoted himself scientist was my friend, growth helps to ward off old age by
disease. It is for the '
ever, are the federal reserve board, f<;; untiringly to Casimir Funk, a brilliant Polish necessary prolonging the vigorous middle
health of the membranesof
the corps of engineers of the Unit- l: S y what he deemed the bio-chemist. He had been work- mucous years. It is essential to the healthof
9 R
ed States army and the independent,. best interests of his ing on the problem for many the body and helps to guard the skin, and recent experi-
infections of
against respira-
quasi-judicial and regulatory estab- ?f country and for years. At last, in the 'year 1912, ments demonstrate that cataractsin
and tracts. It in-
lishments, such as the board of tax years his influence, his experiments were positive and tory alimentary the eyes may be due to a deficiency -
fluences the healtli'of hair and
appeals, the communications com- especially in international conclusive. Then he announcedto the of this vitamin, which is
mission, the federal trade com- Col. House matters, the scientific world that he had skin, is necessary to prevent a found in yeast, and in liver, kid-
serious disorder known
mission, the interstate commerce was great. An early supporter of discovered a vital force. "This eye as neys, egg yolk, milk, cheese and

commission, and the national labor Woodrow Wilson's political fortunehe force," said Funk, "I have called night the blindness formation, and of healthy is essentialfor teeth. green leafy vegetables.One .
relations board.It became Wilson's trusted adviser
vitamine, because it is necessaryto authority claims that
abolishes the civil service com- after his election to the presidencyand life." Vitamin A is found in milk, but chronic disorders of the throat,

mission as now constituted, and'the continued to help direct his Thus, the word "vitamin" came ter, margarine that has been reinforced stomach, lungs, colon, heart and
general accounting office. It cre- course immediately before and dur- into being, along with the first with vitamin A concen-' kidneys may be traced to vitamin
ates a new "department of wel- ing the war, making frequent tripsto knowledge of these minute but trate, egg yolk, cod-liver oil, thin and mineral deficiencies.
fare," and it authorizes six more Europe. He was Wilson's per- powerful factors which exert sucha green leaves and yellow fruits and Certainly enough has been
$10,000 a year assistants to the Pres- sonal representative in the Ver- tremendous influence on human vegetables such as carrots, sweet learned of vitamin chemistry to
ident. sailles peace conference. Later he health and happiness. potatoes, apricots and bananas. make clear that the homemaker

)I: and Wilson disagreed and their fails in her duty who does not provide I
close association came to an end. vitamins in abundance for :
Ten Men to Probe TVA ;K SPARK PLUGS OF NUTRITION APPETITE AND VITAMIN B every member of her family. Both I

FIVE senators and five representatives Franco in Catalonia Other bio-chemists throughoutthe Vitamin B promotes appetite, children and adults depend upon I,
will do the investigating of world-including Sir Frederick aids digestion, prevents a serious you for their food ,supply. It lies I
the Tennessee Valley authority, for GENERAL FRANCO'S insurgentarmy Gowland Hopkins in England, and nerve disorder. It is essential to within your power to help them to '

the resolution for a joint committee its way throughthe Hart, Humphrey, Babcock, Steen- the maintenance of a good diges- health and happiness or condemn
inquiry was adoptedby loyalist lines and entered the bock and McCollum in the United tion, which is vitally important if them to weakness, illness and sor-
the senate with- province of Catalonia, moving far States-had been working on the the body is to obtain full benefit row. Do not fail them. See to it
out a dissentingvote toward Barcelona, the third capitalof same problem that Funk had par- from the food consumed. This that every member of your house-

and appeared the government forces. In this tially solved. They knew that the vitamin is closely related to the hold-your children, the wage
certain of passageby rapid advance about 100 towns were first step was to find out how vita- energy metabolism, and the requirement earners, the middle aged and the
the house. The captured in a single day and many mins affected the human 'body, increases with the rate elderly-get enough vitamins to

1 resolution was introduced villages were demolished by bom- and that the second step was to of growth and with increased en- afford them the health that science -
, % g W. Barkley of Kent planes said to have been contributed these vital substances.And children and working men and grasp.

t c k y, majority by Italy and Germany. so there began a long se- women should receive very gen- WNU-C. Houston Goudiss-1938.
Italy warned France -
leader. It calls any ries of experiments in the labora- erous amounts.
for French intervention in Spain "might
investigation of compromise the Vitamin B is found in yeast, .
peace on European .
charges of
Bridges malfeaSen. continent." The organ of the Italian whole wheat cereals, oatmeal, .
esty made by the sance and dishon- foreign office, Informazione Diplo- milk, fresh and dried peas and BLACKMANStock
ousted chairman, Have You ?
A. E. Morgan, and includes eight of matica, published the statement. a Question beans, spinach, cabbage and other
the twenty-three charges originally Ask C. Houston Goudiss greens, egg yolk and liver. and Poultry MedicinesAre

made by Senators Bridges and King Silver Buying Halted C HOUSTON GOUDISS has Reliable .

in gressional their first resolution for a con- SECRETARY OF THE TREAS- placed at the disposal of VITAMIN C FOR TEETH, GUMS .Blackman's Medicated Lick. :
inquiry. It also calls fora readers of this newspaper all
"fishing expedition" into the activities the United States announcedthat the facilities of his famous Experimental Vitamin C plays an importantpart A-Brik. I
of private utility discon- in regulating body processes, .Blackman's Stock Powder I
their injunction suits against tinued the purchase of Mexican silver KitchenLaboratoryin and prevents the dread disease of .Blackman's Cow Tonic I
until further notice. New York City. He will t
the TVA. prob- scurvy. A lack of this essential vi- .Blackman's Hog Powder
ably was a direct result of Mexico'sexpropriation gladly answer questions con-
Sen. H. Styles Bridges, the New of foreign oil proper- cerning foods, diet, nutrition, tamin results in profound changesin .Blackman's Poultry Tablets
the structure of the teeth and
Hampshire Republican, in a radio ties, which Secretary of State Hull and their relation to health. .Blackman's Poultry Powder
debate declared the administrationwas considers a hard blow to his "good You are also invited to consult gums, may be responsible for .Blackman's Lice Powder

trying to obscure the chargesof neighbor" policies. Price of silver him in matters of personal hy hemorrhages occurring anywherein Highest Qualify-Lowest Price
the and for the
scandal within the TVA by forcing was cut 1 cent an ounce. giene. It's not necessary to body, degeneration -
the inquiry to cover the private The United States Treasury has write a letter unless you desire of muscle fibers generally. Satisfaction Guaranteed or .

utility angle. "The administration's i been buying 5,000,000 ounces of new- for postcard inquiries will Vitamin C is most abundant in your money back
strategy has been to cover up TVA ly mined Mexican silver each receive the same careful atten succulent fresh green leaves, suchas ..
dirt by a phoney counter-attack" he month, paying around $2,500,000 for tion. Address C. Houston Gou- green cabbage. It is also foundin BUY FROM YOUR DEALER ,j "

said.He it at the artificially maintained New diss, 6 East 39th Street, New onions; potatoes, oranges, to- BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO.
was answered vigorously by York price, which gave Mexico sizable York City. matoes, green peppers, bananas Chattanooga, Tenn.NerlJs 1
Sen. Lister B. Hill of Alabama. profits. I and strawberries. In most foods,

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SUNDAY L i on Various Subjects 1

esson I miies
By Dean REV.of HAROLD the Moody L.Bible LUNDQUIST.Instituteof Flavoring Cocoa.-A pinch of When Using ,Bluing.-A half cup

Chicago. salt, a few drops of vanilla, or a of sweet milk added to the bluing Memorable Day
Western Newspaper Union. dash of cinnamon or nutmeg add water will prevent clothes from Judge-Rastus, your wife com-

THIS flavor to cocoa. becoming streaked during the blu- plains that you never work. How
Lesson for April 10 ing process. about it?

X Cleaning: Flower Vases.-A flower Rastus-Ask her what Ah was

FINDING OURSELVESIN vase should be washed cleanwith Another Use for Vinegar.Vinegar doing de second. Toosday in July

WEEKBy SERVICE hot water and soap, lest added to washing-up water last yeah.
\ bacteria that decay the stems of removes grease, brightens china,

LESSON GOLDEN TEXT-Mark TEXT "What 82733.:shall It profit a 'I' flowers should survive in the vase. and acts as. a disinfectant. Weather Forecast

LEMUEL F. PARTON man if he shall gain the whole world, and "When we're married, darling,

lose his own soul TOPIC-What?"-Mark 8:36.Peter Found Remove Whitewash.-Do not Freshening Raisins. Raisins all will be sunshine. The dark

NEW YORK.-Big beefy, hand- PRIMARY paint over whitewash. Wash off used in cakes, cookies and pud- clouds will roll by, the blue
some Joseph Buerckel, forty Out.JUNIOR TOPIC-Peter's Right Answer. the whitewash with clear water I dings should first be placed in hot skies-"

years old, with hard fists and a Making INTERMEDIATE Life Count Through AND SENIOR Service.TOPIC- and allow the walls to dry thor- water and simmered for five min- "Say, has your bunion stopped

whip-lash tongue, is Hitler's grand YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC oughly before painting. utes to enlarge and soften them.. hurting you?"
marshal of the Finding the Richest Life Through Service.. .
Hard Fists Nazi subjugationto

Nazify of Austria. To the "Finding ourselves" seems like a FIRM IN CONVICTIONS

Austrians surprise of Nazi singular, almost self-contradictory,

home, talent in expression, but it refers to a sound HOWSEW RUTH EfifH a

Austria, he is given entire chargeof principle recognized by psychologists -
the fusion and subordination of ; as well as spiritual leaders. Asa

the Austrian Nazis by Berlin. matter of fact, modern psychology .4

He was a poor schoolmaster who has begun to recognize and use I ;;'l'

worked his way up by continuousand spiritual laws and principles which II'
diligent Jew-hating. While less alone bring about human happinessand AV

earnest and industrious young men efficiency.A B \ ;

I were wasting their time, he was word of warning-let no one V
I working nights, Sundays and holidays who studies this lesson fall into the "She is a woman who has gone

I on this, his chosen career. serious error of thinking that some i tV through a great deal for her, be-
Against stiff competition, it took formal religious service will bring lief."

;L him years to gain distinction, but redemption and favor with God. We ./'r it Y.1I "Indeed? What is her belief?"
at last he came to outrank even the are saved by grace through faithin l J Y "She believes she can wear a

illustrious Julius Streicher in long- the Lord Jesus Christ-"not of No. 5 shoe on a No. 7,foot."

distance antiSemitism.He works, lest any man should boast." : ;j 4 Y BACK

was born in the Palatinate, It is then by the new birth that we yr,, ryv" Reversed

the south German territory adjoin- are "created in Christ Jesus unto 1'iV Famous Judge Wasn't tfaat

ing the Saar. He was in the World good works which God hath before i I! Ytr young Smith who left the house as

war, in the closing years, and joinedthe ordained that we should walk in Yv'l I came in?

Hitler movement soon after the them" (Eph. 2:8-10). 1y Joan-Yes, daddy.
Munich beer hall putsch in 1923. It is the Christian who needs to ': Ir Famous Judge-Didn't I issue

.,., He was a good roughandtumblefighter "find hitnself in service." Only as I, y '! r" v'l an injunction against him ever

and organizer and was ad- he thus yields to Christ does he 1 Y 4'/ 1r I ,,'l ,,i't' ir' 'r y seeing you again?

vanced rapidly in the more overt really find the life worth living. The y Y V Y D v y 1 ','t v,: 11 y Joan-Yes, daddy, but he appealed -
and violent party drives. words of Jesus in verse 33 are solemnly y y v 'is: 1 iY Y to a higher court and mother -
and gloriously true.I. i said "
When Baron von Papen was removed ;.y Y Y'yl "yes.
I as Saar commissioner, in Clear Confession (vv. 27-30). :

1934, and made Even those.who deny to our Christ I' 'Iy ,Some men are easily led by the

.. Saar Post ambassador t o the recognition of His deity, and the v ---=-- ----- "l; ; yt nose. That's why girls use per-
i i.
Taught Him Vienna, Her r devotion of life which is His just r i Y fume.

Technique Buerckel replacedhim. due, must, if they are at all 'in-

Under his supervision telligent, admit that no man ever Drawback"I
was the jug-handled pleb- lived who has made such an impacton hear your daughter, has inherited -

iscite and his the exultant radio human history. Even in the daysof I Slide Fasteners for Slip Covers $20,000. That'll keep the

voice which told the world that his life ort earth those who did not wolf from the door for a long
YOU: have slip covers made at D, and cover the lower ones time."
German justice had triumphed.The accept ,Him as Christ regarded Him IF
League of Nations handed as the resurrected form of one of the by an interior decorator and with the hem as at E. "It may keep the wolf from the

him the valley, and he became governor nation's greatest,leaders. Now unbelieving you go in for such niceties as NOTE: If you are making new door, but I've noticed a lot of

in 1935.A men speak of Him as the slide fasteners or welted or, piped slip covers or curtains or doing young cubs hanging round."

typically forthright ukase was great founder of Christianity, a seams the bill goes up and up. If other Spring sewing'you will wanta

his Christmas decree against shop- mighty leader, a wonderful exam you make the covers yourself all copy of Mrs. Spears' book SEW- Well, Well

ping in Jewish stores. ple, or an unequalled teacher.It these "extras" amount to very ING for the Home Decorator. The teacher asked a small girl

"If you try to get out of it," be with little either in time or money. Forty-eight pages of illustrated directions in her class what her father's
not that stand
! said, "by pretending that your wife enough we In fact'slide fasteners require less for making curtains for name was."Daddy .
the of who thus
.did the shopping, it merely shows mass humanity may time than a closing with snaps. every type of room; dressing ta- ," replied the child.
admire Him
but who do not count
that an unreal Nazi spirit prevailsin Plan the closings for a slip bles; lampshades, and numerous "Yes, I know," said the teacher -
Him Saviour and Lord. The
your home, and you are not a tion comes as to us as it did to ques-,the cover during the final fitting when other articles used daily in the "but what does your mother
"he-man, but a fool." the seams have been basted but home. Send name and address, call him?
"Whom that I
disciples" say ye not stitched. Sometimes one short enclosing 25 cents (coin pre- "She doesn't call him any-
the Christ"thisalone
? "Thou art
l..: r. am placket is all that is needed. ferred) to Mrs. Spears, 210 So. thing' was the quick answer,
suffices the foundation for
G. Masaryk, Czech as "
YOUNG Again openings must be left at Desplaines St., Chicago, Ill 'cos she likes him.
to the Court of St. Christian testimony and conduct.II. .
James had fervent belief in the several points so that the cover
a Corrected Error (vv. 31-33).
'Kellogg and Locarno He will slip on easily.To .
pacts. once
Although Jesus was not yet readyto
said, "They are .apply a slide fastener to a
have His Messiahship proclaimedto
Czech Sees splendid instruFadeout seam placket, turn the slip cover
the public, He was prepared to PLttG
of ments of a world inside out 'and crease the seam
teach His disciples concerning not
Peace HopeJan order of peace and only that important truth, but of His open. Cut a facing strip 1%

stability Now he rejection and death. "He began to inches wide and 1 inch longer than
calls at the British office Moral Contagion stockholder in a society for the
foreign teach them that the Son of the opening. Join the facing stripto
perhaps to hint that somethingseems must suffer be rejected .man. the back edge of the openingas "Every individual who breathes I spread of moral contagion."-William -
to have a word of scandal is an active George Jordan.HERE'S .
gone wrong, killed and rise again." shown at A. Slash the front of
He is the son of the late Dr.. the seam edge 3A inch above the
Note the divine "must." While it
Thomas Masaryk, first president of top of the opening and crease it
is true that wicked showed
Czechoslovakia. His mother was an over the back facing as shown at
American, born and reared in their hostility toward our God and B. When the edges of the opening

Brooklyn, and so is his wife, the His Christ by hanging' Him on Calvary's have been prepared in this way, COLD CATCHERS sM
former Mrs. Francis Crane Leatherbee cross, yet it was to die for press the edge creases with a hot WHAT gWI
sins that He into
our came the
daughter of Charles R. Crane, iron. Next, baste and stitch the I
the.widely. known manufacturer world: The cross has rightly cometo
and C
fastener in place as at sewing
represent God's love to the world specialized medica-
industrialist. He has
spent much1im' close to the metal. The ma- THIS Vicks Va-tro-nol-
rather than man's hostility to God. -
in America.At chine cording foot is useful for WHAT A RELIEF! is expressly designed for the
the age of eighteen, he ran Error now asserts itself, and this purpose. Do not trim away k
THAT'S CERTAINLY and throat,where
away from the University of strangely enough it is the very one the tape at the ends of the fastener. | nose colds upper

Prague, in the early years of the who had the clearest grasp of the Whip the upper ends down as GREAT FOR AHEAD most Used in time-at begin-and the grow.first

war, and worked in a factory at truth regarding the Messiahship of COLD sniffle irritation
Bridgeport, Conn. He returned Christ and boldly expressed it who sneeze or or
in the nose-it helps to -
home and. finished his studies, and now objects to the revelation of the .':
was the first Czech minister to the I coming death and resurrection of Leading Language many colds, or to throw
off head colds in their early
United States in 1919. Christ, and lends his voice to rebuke -
,He has his famous father's impassioned the Master for speaking of it. Including all of its various dia- ,. stages.Even when your head
'" is all clogged from a cold,
belief in democracy, and Satan hates the cross and the open ,lects, Chinese is spoken by the a Va-tro-nol brings up comforting
has been its greatest number of people. China
eloquent defender in grave. Jesus won the victory over relief lets breathe again I
central Europe, where his country him there. He did not want to hearof has a population of about 400,000- -BEST OF ALL '

is Horatius at the Bridge. it before it took place and used 000.Of MR.DEANITHELPSPREVENTAIOT 'yh
impulsive Peter for a mouthpieceto the principal European |

THE history of this age will be object. He doesn't want to hear tongues, English has the most ad- VICKSVATRONOL. g

to unscramble. Japan can't about it now and uses many a herents. Approximately 160,000000 ,- OFCOLDSIFYOU

take a belt at a local power baron' skillful and gifted preacher to speak persons use that language,
without landing on an American against it.' "The offense of the while 130,000,000 people speak Ger- )& *< 4r

cross" Gal. has man. Russian is next with TIME !
stockholder. Dr. ( 5:11) never ceased.III. Keep it Handy.. Uu it leis
,, -1 .Japs, Learn Joji Matsumoto Consecrated Life and Servicevv. 100,000,000, followed by French,

j: .ower Can warned the gov- ( 34-38). Spanish, Italian and Portuguese.

Be Headache ernment not to "Let him deny himself" (v. 34).
get in trouble'with That command we have construedto

American investors by nationalizing mean that we should perform lit-

its electric power industry. tle acts of self-denial, foregoingsome
This would
endanger investments
comfort or pleasure, possibly
.of $75,000,000 he contended
for a few weeks. It does not mean
held in this country. I
that at all-but does mean the re-
r-r::. He is Japan's leading corporation
: nouncing of self and self-will, and a I
lawyer and one of its most important -
l complete yielding to God's will.
financiers, an officer of the Cap-
Likewise to take one's
up cross
ital Rehabilitation Aid
company, does not to bear of life's t.
which has a quaint sound but whichis little disagreeable mean experiences some ; it ( I'- > BOTH Pepsodent Tooth Paste and Powder
understandable even in the Occi-
dent. means again to die to self and to ( contain marvelous Irium

Sixty years, old, he is a former live for Christ. s'0 r O Millions everywhere are singing the a cloud will hide the light of the sun.
professor of law at the Tokyo Imperial Careful attention should be givento ,in praises of Pepsodent containing' Irium With these ugly surfacestainsZone.,
r the solemn asked "a teeth reveal the lovely, gleamingIt
university from questions and '5 to get teeth far brighter I your
which he 4"
statements made in ,verses 35-37. is wonderful Irium that helps radiance they naturally should have
was graduated. He is a director of with Irium works
brush stubborn, And Pepsodent
These are not the reasonings of a Pepsodent gently away
the Gas
; company and sev- SAFELY-because it contains NO
,. clinging surface-stains that hide the
man-they fall from the lips of the S
-eral other corporations. /. 55 natural brilliance of your teeth..just as BLEACH, NO GRIT NO PUMICE. Try itiI
Consolidated News Features.! Son of God. What, He asks, will you Z ;; < '5
WNU Service. give in exchange for your soul?

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The Clewiston News I Tuberculosis Undiscovered Endangers Communityr-r FOR I'IUSENTA1.'IYE

In making my announcement for
]re-election to the House of Representatives -
Published every Friday In Clewlston, 'j from Hendry County sub-
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS I .. tI ject to the Democratic Primary of
Inc. May 3, I wish to state that If I am
II I re-elected I will continue my efforts.
for the benefit of the County.I .
I am particularly interested in the
KKATHLET BOWDEN, Editor II welfare of the Public Schools and. I
sI the completion cf Road building pro-
I jects now under construction care of I
Entered as second class mall matter the aged or any other matter concerning :
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In r the county and its citizens.I .
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of shall appreciate the support and
March 3, 1897.Subscription. I Influence of every citizen and voter.
Elbert L. Stewart..
(Paid Pol. Adv.)

flute $2.00 Per Year I
Ad,ertlsing Rotes .Application.. FOIl COUNTY COMMISSIONER
District '
No. 1. llemlry County

r sI
Devoted to the advancement and welfare for This will announce my candidacy
re-election to the office of Coun-
of Clewiston and Hendry County.
ty Commissioner
I from District No.
1. Hendry county subject to the
Democratic primary. May 3rd.

.:..:..:..:..:..:.(..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. vote My will record be is appreciated.D.my platform.. Your

'G. Alston.
RAMBLINGS (Paid Pol. Adv.)

.:..:..:..:...:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..;..: -\ FOIl SCHOOL Clevrlston HOARD MEMBER

1 One person with tuberculosis may By placing the sick person In the When a person has fully recovered

infect many others by spreading hospital, ,he or she not only has a from tuberculosis only the scars re- County I am Board a candidate of Public for the Instruction Hendry r
How to make a home, though I
germs. It is estimated that in the main and there is no danger of from the Clewiston district, subject
chance to get well, but more Important
homeless, is being demonstrated United States 700,000 people are spreading germs. Other people are to the Democratic primary In :May.
in a practical way this week by I I sick with tuberculosis. A great number the community is protected. safe. The former patient has an op- be Your appreciated.vote and active. 'support will

the Simpsons. Transferred back toI of them are spreaders who refuse Every year about 200,000 are admitted portunity to return to his home and C. E. Miner.

Clewiston fro'm Okeechobee, they medical aid or are persons who to sanatoria in the United family-a cured and useful person. (Paid Pol. Adv.)

found Clewiston, as usual, short of have tuberculosis and do not knowit I States. There is still a shortage of Protecting one, therefore, protects

vacant houses or apartments. Un- : hospital beds in many communities. many. TO THE COUNTY VOTERS ATTORNEY OF HENDRY

daunted, they rented the Cottrell COUNTY: ,1

Building, the one vacant spot in I torney If you I promise elect me to give your you Ccunty the very At- .,.

town, and are having lots of fun who is candidate for commissioner -I I Davis. GASOLINE CONSUMPTION best service of which I am capable

witha temporary abode which includes from the Clewiston district,,j I Rabbits: Norwood Norton., A. D. FOR FEBRUARY IS HIGH in Appreciating the interest the of cur Indorsement County given .

a bedroom on the mezza- and Charlie Miner, who has an Dobbins, Wilmer Bishop. I me for County Attcrney of Hend- ,

nine floor-or should it be called. nounced for school board member Fairies: June Colyer, Mary Lou ry votes. County in which by my the name large was number written of ',;
Hendry motorists
penthouse? from this district. What a peaceful Liles. county on the ballots in the General Elec- .
ased at retail during the purch-I tion in 1936 I hereby tender
my can-
election that will be! Sandman: Jack Martinez.
They'll probably be very com- didacy for County Attorney of Hendry -
February 84,522 gallons of
Little Girl: Viola Haven. County subject tc
fortable for they have one of the your approval
line, according to the monthly report in the Democratic Primary Election
most valuable of all traits of character MY LITTLE GIRL Song-Spring. on May 3rd, 1938:
I of the inspection bureau of
Talk Easter-Rev. F. C. I shall greatly
on appreciate
the knack of adjusting your,
Today my daughter who is seven I the department of agriculture at vote, help and
themselves to existing circumstances. years old, started to school as Taylor. Tallahassee.The support.H.. A. Rider.,
Third Grade News :(Pd. Pol. Adv.)
usual. She wore a dark blue dress total
Louise Prewitt and Louise consumption for the .'
with a white collar. She had on
We do wish something could be black shoes and wore blue gloves. Thomas have returned after being state was 30,151,724 gallons. VOTE FOR '

done about the misspellingof absent on account of illness.
gross Her cocker spaniel whose name is
Everglades names. Commercial "Coot,". sat on the front porch and 100 per cent spellers' for the, The administration's reorganization -. D. STUART GILLIS

advertising men and sign writersare whined his canine belief in the fol week are Gene Mills, Jo Ann i bill got through the Senate CANDIDATE.For .

the worst offenders. They are ly of education as she waved "good Crouch, Grace Ward, Nancy Wright! and seems headed for eventual pas- I

usually strangers and have no bye" and started off to the hall of and William McCracken. sage. Doesn't this revive to a con- ,

thought 'beyond that of making learning. ,Fourth Grade News siderable extent the Supreme Court < cK JUSTICE; :'

their profit from that one job and Tonight we talked about school. 100 per cent spellers are Ouida, issue? b4 /I

going on to greener pastures. She told me about the girl who Johnson, Manda Shelfer, Doris Y a OFSUPREME

Probably the most expensive sits in front of her-the girl with Simmons. :

calendar distributed by any firmin yellow curls.-and the boy across Eighth Grade News Paid Political Advs.To .- :,
the Everglades at Christmastime the aisle who makes funny faces. T.-stands for teacher

was that of a progressive. ga-I She told me about her teacher, E-ever sweet and smiling, \ Group '

rageman, located, according to the who has eyes in the back of' her A.--for Arithmetic so hard for me ,

calendar at "Bell Glade." The pres- head-and about the tree, in the to get The Democratic Voters of Hendry } One ,

ent fair, according to the, bumper,I school yard-and about the big girl C-for Civics to me means an ,"E" County re
I hereby announce myself as a can- .....
signs, is the "Ever Glades Fair." who doesn't believe in Santa. Qlaus. H-for History that helps us in didate for re-election, to the positionof ,

Often it's "Moorehaven": or "La- We, talked 'about'' a: lot of things- our travels. county attorney and being aDemc.crat

belle." Clewiston was fortunately tremendously vital, unimportant E-for English that improves our candidacy I subject of course to the announce action my of

named and escapes with very few I things; and then we studied spell- speech. the Democratic Primary.

errors. ing, reading, arithmetic-and thento R-right, and Right she'll alwaysbe. county I stand attorney solely and on as my a record Democrat as, 0 ( l WfJtfJl :

Correct spellings are: Ever- bed. and Invite the voters attention to

glades, Belle Glade, LaBelle, Moore She's back there now-back in I Put them together and they spell the fact that during my term cf -' -', ,.
office not one single illegal expend: .
HavenCanal Point, etc. the nursery sound asleep, with "Teacher", a word that means all ture by the county commissioners or ; ; ..
"Princess Elizabeth (that's a the world to me. the board of public Instruction has .,<':;.A:, ." "'-" 7 .
been found by the state auditing department ::: w
The slack tendency goes on into doll. ) cuddled' in her right, arm. HIGH SCHOOL NEWS as' contrasted to hundreds .. ?.v.: ,, .'oF'JUSTICE

personal names also. We guess the You guys wouldn't hurt her, Due' to the fact that the banquet of theterm Illegal of expenditures my opponent made(see during 1928 ;:,, '" dl"'fft 1-. ;'OF THE
'W. C. Owen family gets tired of would you? You see I'm her" dad- was held earlier' than the Juniors 1 I audit). 4{,.. lf! .1 '
being called "Owens." And dy. When her doll is ''broken or her I the favors had not I These records are open to the pub- t.W; ':?: r ' some- had expected, lic and I invite ."" /" ; a;
finger is cut, or her head gets I earnestly an inspection .'$ ,.,,".,.._,-'t_,. !=:]
times the Prewitts become Pruitts,J arrived in time for distribution of same. : : > W' '.
the Alstons Austins, etc. (We hope I bumped, I can fix it-but when at the banquet. These arrived,''same All I judgment ask is that the voters use the GROUP WODemocratic COURT
as they would
the McGehee's forgave us for put- she starts to school, when she walks midst much excitement', on April they personally employing an attor-were Primary 1938Tw .;'
the street then she's in
ting an "h" in "Runelle" all these across 6th, and were distributed at the ney.Your vote and influence will bei I i nry.Fivo. AcIv1Yoaf Experience in the
years .. Runelle, a contractionof your hands. school. The girls received charm appreciated. Ce' rsl Prjtti:a of La-
She's .a nice kid. She can run Respectfully
"Ruth Nell" is
a lovely name, bracelets and the boys received LOUIS O. GRAVELY.Paid I
much prettier in its correct spelling like a deer'and darts about likea belt buckles with blue. and white'C's" ( Political Advertisement)
chipmunk. She likes to ride i I I
than otherwise.) : on them. The Juniors and ,
horses and swim and hike with
Seniors were more than pleased
me on Sunday afternoons. But Ican't
Another sugar season ended. An- with the lovely gifts.
be with her all the time-I 4 .
other record grind. The sugar .industry May Da)' Court Elected
have to work to pay for her clothes
in the Everglades is likea The "celebrities" for May Day
and her education. So please helpme
thorobred on leash. Filled with have just been elected.by. the j ,Y o a D
look out for her. Please drive I
energy, vitality and the certainty: Junior-Senior High school. The 4 y
slowly past the schools and inter
of its own: success, it is held In results follow:
sections-and please remember that
leash by federal restrictions on sugar May ''Queen-I5etty Hooks.
children run from behind parked
production. In the happy and King-Jack Wynn.

we hope not distant future when cars.Please MaidsBillie Hooker, Bernice
don't run over my Title
restrictions are removed the ener- Guthrie, Christine Bell, Martha (Paid :Pol. Adv.)
Eufaula Ala. Tribune.
girl.- ,
gy and vitality released will builda Nell Alston.

real empire in the Everglades .. ;; .. School Receives Fine Gift I
I 1: :M 1:N N N N M, : :NM HINN:N: :N N M N, N N
that will be one of the wonders of Oftimes there are those who

the agricultural and industrial) SCHOOL NEWS shun publicity, yet do things so

world. human, so systematic and so help- I / "'OMl :
ful for their community that the -
Bemice O'Neal ._._..........___ Edito
News of two Clewiston college warm beam of publicity is focused
Billie Hooker ............ Ass't Editor W
students, who are making a name upon them .in spite of themselves. .
for themselves, arrived this' week.. ;hiss Evelyn Schutz, Faculty AdisorKASTEU Here is the story: \ I I ,

Jim. Beardsley and Betty Spicer, .:.;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. A native of Germany, citizen of LJTjjWi5ti j
seem definitely among the Who's the United States, world traveler,' ,!

Who at their respective colleges. IHOGHAAPIUL: 14 -_ engineer, inventor and Clewistonite, I

Congratulations to both of them, to An Easter program will be pre- r decided, to do his bit for the I .... '

their parents, and to the Clewiston !rented' in the school auditorium on American Veterans of ,Foreign I .. .'.. \.., -

school. Although Jim graduated Thursday, April 14th, at 10:30 o'- Wars. With characteristic German I

the Pahokee high school he received .- clock by first grade pupils under thoroughness he made his benevolent -( .
most of his education in the the direction of their teacher, Miss dollars-thirty of them, to be ..)I F

Clewiston school and will alwaysbe Wb.t on. exact-benefit many people, the disabled s.c .. One of the really fine things in ';:'

one of the crowd to the Clewis- Parents and visitors are invited. veterans, and parents and .- I J
-- life in home of your own.
ton folks. The program is as follows: school children of his own community is living a

Scripture reading. I presenting to the school /ATWTEE'T We are ready to help you choose

Consider just how important Prayer. I library two volumes of Authentic THE that
sugar: really is. Scientists have an- "Easter Time"-Vernice Creel. Pictures of the World War, pub- o and finance home you can :

nounced that sugar burning in the Playlet-"Walking the Flowers:"I lished by the Veterans Association. MONTHLY pay for while living in it. .. Let us '. .

brain is the probable cause of human Singers: Charles Miner, Richard, These pictures impress us, not attain debt- : ;
thought. My, My. No sugarno McLeod, Robby Hanna, Junior Mar- only with the deep spiritual sig- DtRECSON show you how you can ::

thought. tinez, Robert Wiandt, Nadine Andre'ws -: nificance behind the deed, but with R free home ownership through: small :. : "::iPl'

Charlotte Geiger, Lena May, the utter foolishness and uncivi-I like raat ; ":
Qualifying date for the election Johnson, Muriel Golden, Catherine I lized absurdity of any war founded monthly payments, ..' '" 1,

will have passed before this is in ,Lang. I solely upon propoganda-too often I f

print. At the present time it seems Flowers: Janet Dobbins, Janette' for the profit of the few. The two J .

that there will be no oppositionto Smith, Ma'rjolaine McCracken, Shir-: volumes of actual photographs strip

three Clewiston candidates ley Ann Owen, Christine Espenlaub, war of all its historic glory; they Cewiston Federal .

Elbert ,Stewart who: runs to sue- and Corrinne VonMach. make us stop, think,' wonder, and Saving"and _

ceed himself as Hendry Bluebirds: Bobby Taylor, Jimmie love our own families all the more.

representative, Dave Alston,county Fielder.: ; I To'. Mr. Herman Scharnberg, our .'- Loan Associationv .: ; etA

ent chairman of the 'county board Robins: .:Edward, Bourne: 'Jack:, I grateful:. thanks. > .
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J Mr. and Mrs. William H. Lanier sistant treasurer. newspaper. Membership in Al- FOR SALE: New Day Bed. Never

I and Miss Lee Pridgen were Present were Mrs. A. R. Broad- Chi Alpha is voted to students who used. Bargain at $12.00. Address
: Saturday visitors in Fort Myers. foot, Mrs. G. C. Brewer, Mrs. G. are successful in journalistic ventures
f L Box 549, Clewiston. ltp.
Personals Ii E. Etherton, Mrs. J. J. Graham, on college publications.

Mrs. Werner Amrein is arriving Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. B. E. Her-

from Jacksonville today to spend ring, Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. H. C. STUDY GROUP AT TEA NORGE REFRIGERATORS

the week-end with her husband. Jones, Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs. I. HONORING -ADEn.l\IONDAY
Mrs. H. C. Land motored to D. Leydig, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs Furniture and Homo t-nrnishings:

West Palm Beach Saturday. Mrs. D. W. Clark and baby of A. H. King, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs PHILCO RADIOS

Savannah,, are visiting her parents, J. G. Niblack, Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs. F. C. Taylor and Mrs. J." H.

Ttfr. and Mrs. J. B. Miller ol Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Allen. Mrs. F. C. Taylor, Mrs. E., M. Cor- Doty arranged a delightful tea at Household FurnishingsI
nette Mrs. W. B. Cate Mrs. c.1 the
Canal Point visited friends her manse Monday afternoon following -
Saturday. I Ed Clark and Coburn Moore have Nelson and Mrs. J. H. Doty. i the meeting of the mission i I .

returned from the University of study group. The tea was a surprise BELLE GLADE FLORIDA.

Misses Ulla Jacobsen and Marcia: Florida and are spending the Eas- WILLING WORKERS: CLASS party for Mrs. Joe Robbins,
ter holidays at their homes here. leader of the study class. ]
Avant, Jones Bryan and Wilbur MEETS AT WRIGHT HOME
Goff motored to Miami Sunday. Dainty sandwiches and an iced J. M. COUSE
Among the Clewiston shoppers The Willing Wbrkers Class of drink were served to Mrs. O.

Homer C. Evans of Stuart spen t in West Palm Beach Saturday were Community Sunday School met Jones, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. A'I I Counselor, and Attorney at Law

Sunday in Clewiston visiting Mr, Mrs. G. H. Small and Mrs. C. E. for its monthly social and business D. Leydig, Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot,1'Mrs' 1 Hopkins Building

and Mrs. L. M. Durrance. Miner. meeting at the home of Nancy Jo '. ; E. M. Cornette, Mrs. I. M. and
Wright on Friday evening. Pafford, Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs.F. Saturdays
II / C. Taylor, Mrs. J. H. and 9iO to 4:(JO
' Claude L. Downs returned Monday Mrs. J. T. Platt and' daughters, Games and contests were enjoy- Doty

i from a visit in Hendersonville,. Jean and Jo Ann' of Canal Point,I ed during the social hour. Harriet Mrs. Joe Robbins.

North Carolina.Mr. I are visiting her parents, Mr. and Alston was awarded the prize in Mrs. Robbins was presented with I B.
I MershonAGENT
Mrs. H. E. Richaud. the games. a lovely boquet of flowers by the

and Mrs. Fred Hill ,spent Delicious refreshments were hostess. :1
the week-end in Grant, Florida, Mrs. Jack Davis and infant served to Harriet Alston, Sally Gra- : '

visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Couch. daughter left Sunday for their ham, Mary Louise Thomas, Bar- James Bond New York Life
home in Jacksonville after a two bara Broadfoot, Gloria McDuffie,

I Mrs. Phil Cason Okeechobee weeks' visit with her sister, Mrs. Sheila Foster, Esther Brewer, Bet- ; fl Insurance CompanyARCADIA

and Mrs. Ada Bixler of West Palm George T. Augur. Mr. and Mrs. ty McDuffie, Ogie Arnette, Grace James Bond, 28 year old son

Beach were guests of' Mr. and Mrs. Augur and their daughters, Jean Ward, Marianne Jones, Jo Ann Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bond, died FLORIDA

H. C. Avant over the week-end.. and Carol, accompanied Mrs. Davis Crouch, Mauryne Prewitt, Joan early Monday morning at a sana-I
I and baby to West Palm Beach to Walker, Nancy Jo Wright, Sarah torium in Orlando of tuberculosis.He .

:; Mrs. J. M. Sawyer of Birming- board the train. I I" Spires_ Patricia Bailey, Mary Nell had ben ill for several years.
.-i Christian and Cleo Scott.McINTYRERICHAUD. Burial took after-,
ham, is visiting''' her husband, whois place Tuesday fII1"J4 .
associated with the U. S. En- Mr. and Mrs. Willard F. Simpson noon in Woodlawn, cemetery near '
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gineers here. and Mrs. Olin Carleton returned Bartow. fLORFDAI' .

to Clewiston from Okeechobee Funeral services were conductedby I
Miss Ethel Willis of Newberryis Monday after an absence of Miss Ruby Eugenia Richaud, the Rev, A. M. Glisson of ,La-

in Clewiston visiting her sister, nearly a year, Mr. Simpson having daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. 'E. Belle, who was accompanied to

: Mrs. W.. H. Warren and other been transferred back to Clewis Richaud, and P. M. McIntyre, jr., Bartow by Mr. and Mrs. J. H. m"W

friends. ton after an assignment on the were married at high noon Thurs Booth and Mrs. Homer Taylor of

I north shore levee. He is associated day in a simple ceremony, per- Felda. :*. ail W

Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. P. G. with the U. S. Engineers. formed at the home of the bride's ,

White, and Mrs. Tom Shelley were l l parents. IJm
Wednesday. visitors in West Palm Mr. and Mrs. Roy Oliphant'of Rev. Forest. C. Taylor ministerof Salt Emblem of Purity
Beach. Anniston, Alabama, arived Tues- the Clewiston Community Salt has always been consideredan
day to visit Mr. and Mrs. 'R. C. emblem of purity; witness' the
Church, officiated at the ceremony, m "" (ij1
Disciples being called "the salt of
Wilson. Mrs. Wilsop is sister of
Miss Leo a which witnessed membersof
Willingham of Fort was by "
the earth. The phrase "If salt has
Myers spent the week-end in Clew- Mr. Oliphant. The guests are on the bride's immediate family. lost its savour wherewith shall it [*1 Ii IiI $ S

iston visiting Mr. and Mrs. Roy their wedding trip, following their Mrs. McIntyre has lived in Clew- be salted?" refers to rock salt, Qi1 f i1l j1
wedding Sunday in Marietta, Geor-
Alston.Mr. iston the past few years with her which loses much of its saltness if
gia. Mrs. Oliphant, prior to her
parents and is a popular memberof exposed to the hot sun.
and Mrs. Foy Durrence and marriage, was Miss Frances Jonesof the younger set. Mr. McIntyre is '

Mrs. Leona Durrence were guests Marietta. the son of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. McIntyre -

Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Donnie O. of Montgomery, Alabama, t
I Durrence in Fort Myers. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Niblack hadas and is employed by the United

1 I their guests over the week-end States Sugar Corporation.The ill!

: Rev. and Mrs. Forest C. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Avery, Mr.. and bride,. and groom left immediately Stop rt th.tloteL .
i Mrs. Ivey M. Pafford and daughter Mrs. Vardry Forrester : and Miss after the ceremony fora

< Kay: were in Belle Glade Wed- Sevilla Moore of Woodstock, Geor- short wedding trip and will be Patricia

nesday morning attending .the gia. On 'Sunday, Mrs., Niblack, her at home in a few days at their

Everglades Fair.J. I parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J: Hirsh home on Royal Palm Avenue.
and their guests spent 'the day in
West Palm Beach visiting 'Mrs. Nib-
E. Beardsley, F. M. Wright, !MRS. TURNER ENTERTAINS FOR
lack's sister, Mrs. W. R. Patterson.Mr. .
Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs. Joe Robbins BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYThe
and Mrs., James M. Sawyerwere Chootea Outside Rooms. With
and Mrs. R. N. Smith were Fort
Fort Myers visitors Wednes- Bath
Myers 'visitors Wednesday after: Evening Bridge Club met I

I noon. day. on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. home
Harry Turner. Mrs. T. B. Shelleywon

Mr. and Mrs. 'D. E. Jones are Attending the Eastern division high score prize, a lovely mir- Overlooking Biscayne Bay

.!' visiting friends in Miami followingthe barbecue at Azucar Tuesday we'reMr. ror, a crystal bowl was presentedto THE average American family that

close of the grinding season and Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mr. Mrs. W. H. Lanier as cut prize, does not own their own home has Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and

here. They will later go to their and Mrs. Horace A. Bestor, Mr. and a mayonnaise jar went to Mrs. actually paid,enough rent to have Business Section.

home in Georgia until next fall. and ''Mrs. Malcolm W. Bigg, Mrs.C. R. C. Nowling, holder of low score. bought a home. Start being thrifty
L. Downs, Mrs. W. C. Owen, with YOUR
Mrs. J. M. Sawyer was given a rent money today;and RATES
L. R. Jacobi and Jules Guedryleft Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mr., and Mrs. guest prize.A let us help you choose and finance

Tuesday for New Orleans af- Byron P. Luce, Mr. and Mrs. FrankM. frozen salad course was served a home that will be yours.* OWN $1.50 Single '

ter being employed at the Clewiston Rodriguez, R. Y. Patterson, Jay by the hostess to Mrs. Mae It, next home-you P,4YFOIR!

sugar house during the season W. Moran, Sidney Crochet, H. J. Cruze, Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. $2.50 DoubleSpecial

just closed.C. B. Scharnberg of Clewiston and Campbell E. Nail, Mrs. B. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence R. Bittingof C. Nowling, Clewiston federal
Schroeder, Mrs. R. Family, Weekly &
New York and Palm Beach andMrs.
V. Parkinson and ,Elbert L. Mrs. J. M. Sawyer, Mrs. W. H. Monthly Rates
Stewart were in Hollywood this F. Edward Bryant of Palm Lanier and Mrs. T. B. Shelley. Savings and LoanAssociation

week attending the state bankers Beach. S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor

association. Mr. Parkinson is presi- MISS BETTY SPICER IS
the First Bank of Clewiston. MRS. SCHIFFLI HOSTESS
--- Mrs. O. F. Schiffli was hostess Miss Betty Spicer, daughter of
Mrs. J. D. Bruce; jr. and daughter yesterday afternoon at the regular Mrs.. Leah Spicer, and a studentat .. . .,.. ... ... .NNi..N..,......N. .NN..NH. .NN.. .. N1..1NN..NMNNN.

Barbara, arrived Tuesday to meeting of the Altar Society of Florida State College for Wo-
spend the Easter holidays with Mr. .;.
St. Margaret's Church. Mrs. G. A. men, has just received a bid to .;.
Bruce. They from S
came Philadel- Yon, president, occupied the chair Alpha Chi Alpha, national honor- .. ..
phia by boat to where Mr.I
during the business session. ary journalistic society, according '
Bruce met them.
The Society is busy now with to advices from the college this

--- plans for some repair work on the week.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bullen and CLEWISTON 60LF
church, including the roof and Miss Spicer has served as a ..
daughter left this week for their S
stained glass designs for the win- member of the staff of the Flor-
.' home in High Springs. Mr, Bullen f
dows. Plans were also completedat ida Flambeau, college weekly "
has been employed in the traffic
department of the sugar corporation I yesterday's meeting tor decorat- ::, COURSE ;.
ing the church for services on
,5 during the harvest season. :< .' .:',,
Palm Sunday and Easter Sunday. .
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Attending were Mrs. W. P.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Theus left ; "
Vaughn, sr., Mrs. M. E. VonMach, >: ,
this week for Fort Lauderdale .
Mrs. Preston G. White Mrs. G. A. "" ...
"ar 1 ..
where they will visit for a short oia r ; ,
Yon, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. G. a r ... .
while before returning to their t.
E. Smith, Father J. F. Walsh, Mrs. I
home in Georgia. Mr. Theus is em-
O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. Horace A. Bes- .
ployed during the grinding season I eT..i.
tor, Nrs. Z. G. Meredith, Mrs. J. .
by the sugar corporation. F. Tippey and Mrs. H. J. Oglesby.

' .l Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Clark left i SEMNOLEJACKSONVILLE
Sunday for New York City. They OF OFFICERS YESTERDAYThe _. Open ] _:
were accompanied by Mrs. Clark'smother

Mrs. Bowmann, who will Ladies Aid Society met at
sail for her home in :France after the home of Mrs. H. C. Jones with

spending the winter here with the Mrs. J. H. Doty assisting' hostess, GARNETT ANDREWS,M.n.3ec

Clarks. Mrs. Bowmann expects to yesterday afternoon. Chief busi- ENJOY SUMMER 'COMFORT it this
reach her home in time for Easter. ness for the afternoon was the an- modern, f fireproof hotel /In the heart of down
town Jacksonville. Every room with tub and
nual election of officers. shown soft fan radio slatted
water, ceiling ,
r Friends of B. J. Benson will be The nominating committee pre summer door.. Every Bed with Innerspring .I--
interested to learn that he is re- sented the name of Mrs. E. C. Mills' mtttfeu and reading lamp. Running ice
water on floor.
cuperating nicely at the Fairfax for re-election as president. Mrs. every
hospital in Daytona Beach follow- Mills declined to serve as presi- COCKTAIL AIR LOUNGE CONDITIONED COFFEE SHOP Moderate Green Fees =

ing an operation performed there dent another year, and Mrs. H. ,II. DINING AND MEETING ROOMS I
Ratci-Smslc' with Private Bath
the latter part of last week. Mr. Hall, who was elected vicepresident I Exceptional Fairways
Room. $2.00 80 Rooms $
Benson, who became ill while at is to act as president until [1 Rooms S3,00 24 Room $f[]
{ GreensI
work here with the U. S. En- the next meeting. Other officers Sample! Rooms with l PrlV4tt Bath $ _. interesting

gineers, spent several days in a are Mrs. J. H. Doty, secretary, Mrs.J. \ SllgM wr.u. fot doubl occupmcyOil. .

", West Palm Beach hospital before G. Niblack treasurer, and Mrs. ... I g POUND Hoi.l.vMOTii

::' / going to his home in- Daytona H. C. Jones and Mrs. B. E., Her- PATTEN.. ,_ 'V HOTEL(,....DESOIOG.U.asa. ,k.G.
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A A friendship of the world ought J

to be a "pearl of great price," for 'j

? i its cost is very serious.-John Foster 'j

/ 4 / Crime has its heroes, error has.its '1,
\ r / martyrs; of the true zeal and the '
A'1 / false what vain judges we are.- 1'

Voltaire.It .

/ is more difficult, and calls for j

higher energies of soul, to live a j

martyr than to die one.HoraceMann.
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In every country there is a general

SYNOPSISJames "Most certainly 1 do not! Make elation in the combat vanished sud- ters; but of course ,this puts an end soundness and the people, when you

yourself clear, please." denly, leaving an almost physical to-everything." know and understand them, are ad-

Lambert tries in vain to dissuadehis "I'll be only too glad to." Ned nausea in its wake. There followed a pause, a notice- mirable.-John Ershine.

beautiful foster-daughter. Leonora, from spoke briskly, as if concluding some For in those first ecstatic mo- able'pause before he heard her say: The thing that murders our hap-

marrying stone." He Don tells her Mason"Unless, young a house"rolling is successful business deal. "I don't ments he had forgotten Nora. "Meaning-me, Don?" piness more than anything else is-

founded upon a rock, it will not survive." like beating about the bush myself; Now, at thought of her, his own He answered, forcing his voice to worry.-John Cowper Powys.INSECTICIDE.

Leonora suspects the influence of of her the half-girl and you can't deny that you were small triumph was completely lost steadiness: "I'm afraid so. I can't
brother. Ned, always jealous
since the day his father brought her home with another girl late Friday eve- in the knowledge that it would make let,you quarrel with your father for

from the deathbed of her mother, aban ning, because I saw you." things harder for her, make them, my sake, Nora" .,

doned arrives by in her the Italian midst of baritone the argument lover. Don and "The hell you did!" indeed, well nigh unbearable. What "Doesn't it take "two to make a

Lambert realizes the frank understanding Don's eyes were blazing, while had he brought her anyway, he quarrel, Don?" CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
between the two. Sitting up late into the seven thousand imps seemed to be asked himself, save trouble and "Not with a man like .him. Be-
night. Lambert reviews the whole story, of of his head with problems? Perhaps the kindest "
founding sides
Nora as a child, at boarding school study .the top .
ing music abroad, meeting Don on the return tiny hammers. Where, he was ask- thing that he could do was to obey "Besides what, dear?"
trip In the morning he delivers his her brother's furious command and
ing himself frantically, had he beenon
ultimatum to give Don a job with Ned fora "Only what I've said before. I
year's showdown. When Nora suggeststhe Friday? Of course there was no go away. guess he's right-about me, Nora.He's .
possibility of running away with Don. girl; but he must produce an alibi Half dazed, Don went out into the shown me up'in true col 1
Don my
Lambert threatens disinheritance.
to think. mid-day sunlight which beat down
and he couldn't seem
agrees to the Job. but before a month is ors. I'll never be that important
over, his nerves are jumpy, he cannot sleepat Nora's brother was accusing him of pitilessly on his .throbbing head. member of society-a good provider. "SO LONG BUGS" is a sure cure for BEDBUGS
night, he is too tired to go out much with being untrue to her It was Yes, he would go away-leave Norato cockroaches and other Insects.
Nora. Nora soothes him with her music. I'm just a wash-out; and in the Large sample 25c. WALTERS 37 MIL-
Nora grows quieter, and broods over Don beastly, horrible, and Then the life of ease and luxury that end you'll be better off if you let BURN AVENUE MAPLEWOOD. N. J. i
complains to her father of Ned's spying on he heard Ned say, a triumphant ringin should be her portion. But (his fight w,1
him and decides that rather than see Don's his usually level voice: uYoudon't ing spirit rising) damned if he'd go me go.
spirit broken, she will run away. She urges before she'd heard his version of The girl said, after a moment in What Is the Cause of / j
her father to put an end to the futile experi deny it? Then perhaps you'lladmit
ment. James Lambert is obdurate and an what Corinne suspected at this morning's trouble. And there which something told her lover that "
gry. Lambert tells her that if Don quits she her was no time to lose. Already Ned she was fighting tears: "Is that "Spider-Web Check"?
him that he will be through the time: You were giving mon-
will with
and his father might be on their what you want, Don? Are so- If
with her. He adds that if she tires of her ,ey?" you not properly "fed" with a
bargain it will be useless to come to him for To the man's complete surprise way to her. But he could tele- so weary of everything that I seema good oil polish furniture in time
help. Later Don and Nora discuss the situ- burden?"
ation. Don promises to buck up and take instant relief sprang into Don's develops what is known as "spi
life more calmly. "We'll stick it out." harrassed face. Money! That girl on This was too much. Don simply der-web check!" This appears on
he With the coming of spring Don is couldn't bear
says. the finish like wrinkles the
of The kid he on
full of unrest and wanderlust, and takes the bridge, course Il "
long walks at night. One evening a poor had talked with! Those blinding s "Oh, Nora! he said gently. human face-fine lines, spreadinghere

girl speaks to him, and in his pity for her headlights that had lingered on him. "Nora-my dear!" and there in a spider-web
he gives her money. A car passes at that It was the heartbreak in his voice pattern. This crazing this light
moment, flashes headlights and moves on. So Ned Lambert and his wife had ,
A terrific heat wave ushers in the summer, been behind them. Gosh! what a ''' 4 a wR r 'Sk7 that decided Leonora. She said, cracking, is known in furniture

her and father.Nora refuses Ned to meanwhile go to the, insinuates country with to situation! Perhaps under the cir- drawing a quick breath: "Listen language as "checking" and "spi-

his father about Don's evenings away from cumstances it wasn't so strangethe Don. (It's all right, Central. I der-web checking" better describes -
Nora, but Lambert refuses to listen. Mean thing they'd thought about him. know we're talking over time.) Lis- the condition. This is the t

his while morale., Don broods over the undermining of I He said, almost laughing in relief: ten, dear. Have you had lunch yet?" danger-signal, on finish! It's the 1

"Yes, I gave her money. She set This practical question brought indication of "starving" wood! A )

me back a whole month's board- I ,4"! Ll him a little smile, as one smiles warning to the housewife, that if

CHAPTER V-Continued poor kid! You see ." : sometimes in the face of tragedy. the finish is not cared for imme-

He told the story, eagerly, ex- I "Not It'snot diately and properly, the furniture
yet. Forgot completely.
Don answered, a curious drynessin will cracks and
develop ridges
citedly. He told it well. It had ,
.I knock fellow I
his throat: "Too hot to go out, every day a splits. "Spider-web check" is
seemed a colorful experience-a bit gen-
down Nora! And it's hot. My
not to mention eating. so
erally the result of either one of
out of the heart of life, to Don. He head-"
"I'll it is! We had sent
say ours these two causes: Polishneglector
did not realize how it would seem to
in. But we're to it hotter "Is it still bad?"
get the of -
Ned, until at its close the man said use a poor, cheap, polish
come July. Father says they'removing dryly: "And you really expect to "It's fierce, Nora. -without the essential fine,

to the country on Monday. put that over on me, Mason?" "Well, get some bread and milk, light-oil base. When the furniture
You can't work without food, Ma- Don. You need it. (This call will is periodically "massaged" with a

, son. Better, skip out and get a bite. his Don stared at him, amazement in set you back a whole week's pay, reputable oil polish (the best is 1

I./ eyes. r darling!) Then to room and
ulw go your non-greasy), the pores of the wood
His voice trailed off as he came "Put it over on. you" Do-do you pack. I'll be outside there in a taxias are "fed" and the piece is pre- j

nearer. Now, pausing beside the mean to imply soon as possible. If I'm late, served. Then "spider-web check" 1

desk he lifted the newspaper and Anger was surging through him, wait for me. I've got to see you. will not appear! The use of a t i

stared down a while, utterly unconscious .lot waves of anger. Never had Don rill Promise you'll wait, Don?" quality oil polish is the best pre-'
felt like them. He
of Don's tense attitude. : anything just What else could he do? ventive formula for this ugly, "

With maddening accuracy his lean arose, slowly, his dazed head pound- As for Nora, she hung up the receiver detrimental check!

white finger found the elusive error."You've ing. Did Nora's brother actually and sat quite still for a time,
doubt his word? It was unthink-
made a mistake there, thinking. It seemed incredible that

Mason. He might have been cor- able-some hideous mistake. He Ned Lambert finished after all Don's patience and for- t.A: .
gripped a chair, his nervous fingers never
recting small boy. "That, six J
some bearance, this was the end! Another -
that .
sentence. .
tense; as Ned, who had also risen, ,;-
should have been a sixty. See? ,tragedy for her father. (How ,
answered: "I imply nothing. I haveno 0-CEDARPOLISH
He sauntered idly to the window, phone-prepare the girl for what could she bear it?) Happiness tar- "
for in such
use implications a
gazing down at the mass of swelter- matter. But for you to expect me to was coming; and wouldn't it hurt nished by regrets for herself and 1j 1

ing humanity below while Don sup- believe that any man in his senses less to say good-by if he did not Don. Yet there was no other way

pressed a murderous impulse to for the first timethefirst see her? -could be no other way for them .because O-Cedar not only cleansas
sees a girl
throw him out. But Ned had turned time, mind you, and becauseshe Hot and breathless though the now. James would believe Ned's it polishes,but preserves your furniture

again-was speaking."See tells him sob small booth was, Don closed the version of the encounter. He wouldbe -"feeds" the finish,prevents
a flimsy story, #
here, Don. There's some- hands over his whole roll-well it door. No one 'save Nora must hear angry past all forgiving. Nora drying-out,cracking.Insist
thing I feel I ought to say to you. won't down what he had to say. 'If she were out knew. Anything she might say to upon O-Cedar Polish,for
simply go young fellow.A I f
The young man braced himself. yarn like that doesn't hold water. But no, that was her own "hel- him would be quite futileuseless.A I furniture, woodwork and

* "If it's about my work" I can save People don't meet by chance on lo" coming across the wire. He scene would only hurt them both; floors (with the famous -. .

you the trouble, he replied bridges and confide their life his- said, making the words as light as but could she do the easy thing- l 0-Cedar

brusquely. "I know I'm a dumb- tories to each other not in this possible: "That you, Nora? I had to leave him as her mother had doneso I :Mop). i
age. :
bell at this sort of thing-always call to tell bad A
you some news. many years'ago with merely a
And decent girls don't
accept money iJ
will be. Suppose you keep those I from complete strangers half hour back I lost my temper- letter of farewell? Being Nora, remembering J
comments for day when the mercury's -
a knocked down your estimable brother the refuge his arms had
how. I hate to say this, Mason, but
somewhere below one hun- after all, Nora's my sister, and if so-so I'm on my way." been to a frightened child who had ,j
dred. There are limits, you know, There silence. Then
you've been double-crossing her- was a : watched with death, she could not.
to what even a cog in this ma- running around till morning with "Your-your way where, Don?" Her father deserved 'better than i

chine can endure without exploding; who isn't fit toNed "Anywhere-out of this cursed that, though he would be unyielding. j I
some cheap jane -
* and for your sister's sake I prefer to I city," he answered, his voice gruff Nora knew how unyielding he would I II

keep my temper." Lambert never finished that because the consternation, in her be. .

Ned sat down slowly on the window sentence. Something as hard as it own had made him a little sick. She arose at last, going up the j

ledge. He didn't speak for a was unexpected came in contact "Your father's rigRt, Nora. I'm no wide staircase slowly, almost re

moment, and regarding him closely with his jaw, and he went down. good. That's why I'm leaving; not luctantly. Somehow this home had

Don wondered how many times that When, furiously, he regained his because His Royal Highness orderedme never seemed so dear to her, nor C 0 j
morning the man had changed his feet a moment later, a whitefacedDon out of town. Remember that." her i
desirable. Passing father'sroom .
so O/ ... ;:i j
collar. The made him exploded: ,
thought con- "But-what possessed you to do
she paused moment recall-
scious of his 'own much wrinkled "Will you take that back?" such a thing, Don?" the times a a little, girl Help Them Cleanse the Bloodof ,j
ing many ,
linen and he slid his "Damned if I will lazy-" Harmful Body Waste
trousers, long you Her voice was steadier now, waking to bad dreams had scam-
legs under the desk to hide them. "Take care!" warned Don, "oryou'll which gave him courage. Your kidneys are constantly filtering l
into his bed for comfort.
pered big waste matter from the blood stream.But :
"You happen to be on the wrong get the mate to iU"! He "That's why I called you, Nora," And now she must leave himhurthim kidneys sometimes lag in their work-do '
track," Ned replied. "My comments reached for his hat-set it firmly he said quietly. "I wanted my side not act as Nature intended-fail to remove .
Would he understand
cruelly. Impurities that, If retained, may :
have nothing whatever to do with upon his head. "Well, I'm through of the story to reach you first. I- some day-forgive her? poison the system and upset the whole 1
your work here. You do as wellas here now. I've that to thank you I tried my darnedest to be fair, body machinery.
Nora packed slipped into the bo nagging backache
Symptoms may : j
most beginners, 1 suppose. WhatI for." He moved toward the door, dear. He saw me talking to that cool dark dress that would be her persistent headache,attacks of dizziness .J
refer to is a different matter al then turned, forcing himself to say:' girl I told you of-the kid I gave getting up nights swelling, pnlfiness \
forgot her father'spicture of nervous
wedding the feeling !
gown; under
together. I've no desire to meddle "Look here, Lambert. For Nora's the money to, you know. Soon as I (the one taken specially for anxiety: and eyes-a loss of pep and strength.. :
with your private life, Mason. Get sake I apologize for hitting you, realized what he was driving at I Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder -
her when she went to college) ; be burning, scanty or too
that straight. But Father tells me though I'd probably do it again un- 'told him the whole story; but-well, her suitcase and placed the frequent may urination.
that Nora sends you home early; der the same provocation. But you'lldo he didn't believe it, Nora. That'sall opened There should be no doubt that prompt .
photograph where it would not be treatment is wiser than neglect. Use) -
and twice I've caught you noddingby well to remember that I'm not a I think. broken. A hard lump rose Doan' Pills. Doan's have been winning
three o'clock. It stands to rea-,, .liar; and, if you're unaware that Don's voice was crisp, hard, brit- queer, hurt her. new friends for more than forty years.
in her throat. It She They have a nation-wide reputation.
son that a man who gets to bed your sister's ,the sort a fellow tle. Recalling the insult, hot rage worked fast-fast, so that she would Are recommendod by grateful people the

before midnight, ought to be able to doesn't double-cross, I advise you to ran over him like little flames. not and when all was done, country over. Ask your neighooriWNU \;
keep awake through the next day.I make her acquaintance: Said Nora, breathlessly: "You stood at the door a while, lettingher J
can only surmise ." "And I advise you," Ned thun- don't mean-you can't mean, Don, detail j Jj
dwell lovingly on every -
"Well?" Don prodded, ominous dered, his hand nursing an aching that Ned called you a liar?" of eyes the room-her own first room. Jj

quiet in his voice."I jaw, "to take the first train out of "Not in so many words, perhaps,. (TO BE CONTINUED) j
can only surmise," repeatedNed town!" but what he said amounted to the 7 14-38It

"that-well to speak plainly; "Nothing," said Don, with a calm, same thing. Oh, he had it comingto

that you don't go home after you ironic little bow that enraged his him, Nora! I'm not even sorry, Bog Walk In Jamaica
leave Nora." adversary, "would give me greater except for your sake. He's got 'The Bog Walk in Jamaica is neither MAGIC CARPET ij

Good afternoon." the idea in his head a bog nor a walk. It is the beau- .
"I see, said Don. He was des- pleasure. firmly planted doesn't matter: what you're thinking of buying .-
perately angry, but making a brave that after I say good-night to you, tiful gorge of the Rio Cobre river -a bar-pin or a baby grand, a new suit-

attempt to hold his temper. "MayI A sense ol joyous release pos- I-Well, fill in the story for your- just outside ancient Spanish Town. for juotor best place or a to set start of diningroomfurnitureTthc your shopping tour win

ask where your active imaginationsees sessed Don Mason as he closed the self. It's not pretty, but it doesn't The name is a relic of the Spanishrule an easy-chair with an open newspaper.The .

me passing the night hours?" door of that hated office behind require a great deal of imagination. over Jamaica. When the Brit- the turn magic of a carpet page will of the carry Arabian you as Nights.swiftlyas

Ned flushed, looking hot, thought him. In fact, he stormed down ." ish took control they retained manyof from one end of the shopping district to tn..

Don, for the first time that stifling three flights of stairs before realizing "Oh, Don! He-he' couldn't have the Spanish names, while others other.a guide You to can good rely values on modern you can advertisingas compare

day, though he answered calmly: that he was six stories above meant that!" were corrupted into English words prices and sryles, abrics and fInIShes.just as I

"Sarcasm won't help Mason, because ground, and paused to await"an "He did, my dear. I want you to sounding like the originals. So Boca though you aatabiIof were reading standing The in advertisements a store. 6\._ '

as it happens, I've got the elevator. But as he stood there ,know that I had, provocation. I de Agua (Mouth of the Waters) became in Make this paper every week. They can save you -, .

goods on you. Do you understand?'' watching for a red signal, all his apologized afterwards if that mat- Bog Walk. time energy and money.Itt ____

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Scholastic Leader R. H. Callahan, C. E. Robbins, observed privately by those who ship Flight project calls for work on state
F. M. Wright, Howard Warren, care to do so at the church from Lou Betzner (8) vs., F. Deane highway 164 at Felda and Hiers'

tenors. 12:00 until 2:00 p. m., and publiclyby Duff (12.) project is for the north river road

J, H. Doty, R. N. Smith, J.. E. the entire congregation from E. M. VanLandingham (8) vs. from Denaud bridge to Lee county

Beardsley, basses. 2:00 until 3:00 p. m., ending with Emmett Shelley (4.') line.

Christine Doty, accompanist "The- Way of the Cross." Louis Gold (14) vs. H. C. Van-I Before adjourning a special. board

Easter Saturday: In the early Landingham (17.) ( meeting was called for Friday

Caterpillar ages of the church, converts were I E. E. Kelly (18) vs Ralph Kirk morning next at 10 o'clock for the :

\ received on this day and baptized. (14.) purpose of preparing ballots for ,

The blessing of the Fire, Pas-I Second Round Pairings Second the coming ,May elections.
(Continued from front page) chal Candle, and Baptismal Font Flight '

/ S. Beery, W. S. Ingram and GuyJ. will be observed at 7:30 a. m. Dr. W. J. White (14) vs. H. R.
I Sheriff DeLaney Gets
1 s C 1 ''ryv \ Bender. Easter Sunday Hall (12.)
From South Bay, F. J. Balthazar -I Following the custom Introduced Larry Nash (4)) vs. John Harris 250 Gal. Still ,TuesdaySheriff

George Balthazar, and O. P. last year, congregations of both I (8.)

Register. St., Margaret's, Clewiston and St.Mary's Luther Jones (17)) vs. W. C.

From, Stuart: Paul B. Kelley. Pahokee, unite for the j.,Owen Jr. (17.) H. L. DeLaney Tuesday
From Vero Beach, C. A. Vann,i celebration of the greatest feast Ed Ward (18) vs. winner of afternoon brought In a 250 gallon

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Carter, Mr. and! day in the Liturgy of the church, Parkinson-Prewitt match. still, complete in make-up, taken

Mrs. F. A. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. M.!I at St. Margaret's Church, In Clew-I Semi-final Pairings, Third Flight from the woods 25 miles southeastof
T. Baird. iston. John Hooker (20) vs Dave Als- LaBelle near the Frank Morris

From Moore Haven, R. J. Har-I I' High Mass will be celebrated at ton (21.) place close to Devil's Garden.

grove and J. M. Couse. 9:00 o'clock, by the Pastor, and Mrs. William,' McCracken (24) vs Sheriff DeLaney stated it had

From West Palm Beach, A. W. sung by the combined adult and I J. D, Jones (21.) the appearance of having been

Wenstrom, L. J. Mercer, Roscoe junior choirs. The Mass being sungis Seini-final Pairings, Fourth Flight used recently, a run being madea

Merritt, J. B. Whitworth, B. Lamb, the Gregorian "Missa De An- Mrs.S. W. Houser (30)) vs. win- day or two earlier. Beside it was

L. B. Blackwell, E. F., Gollatts- gelis" or Mass of the Angels. ner Harris-Lair match.W. two 60 gallon barrels of sour mash '",

check. This year fittingly observe Holy R: Dickinson (26) vs. Mrs. which he poured out.
From Canal Point, A. J. Miller, Week and Easter by attending W. C. Owen ((28.) There was no one in sight any-

Gainesville, Fla., April 5Amongthe J. H. Hollingsworth, N. E. Max- church. First Round Pairings, Consolation where when the raid was made.

freshman agricultural scholarship son, Roy Bryant, J. P. Parker, W. Flight

winners at the University, of V. Unwin and, J. S. Harrington. I Leaders Lose- O. G. McWhorter (4) vs. Owen Limited Vacancies In

Florida believed to have an excellent From Clewiston, George Yon, Winn (21.) II

chance to win an ,extra C. O. Benbow, E. R. Geiger, T. E. Bill McCracken, (16) vs. K.l U. S. Marines NovA

year of study under the auspicesof Cochrane, N. C. Ryland, Fisher (Continued from front, page) Bowden (13.)
the Sears-Roebuck Agricultural A. R. Bob Creech (16) Mrs. H. J.
lAnge, O. H. Sheppard, Beach hospital thereby defaultingto vs.
Foundation Scholarships j Stein (30.) I limited umb- of vacancies (
program j 'Ruland, Bob and, Dan Beardsley,I Luther Jones in the 2nd flight. I
I is James W. Beardsley of ClewisA B. B. Bush, R. C. Hooks, J. E. The low-handicap boys squeezedin Mrs. O. G. McWhorter (24) vs. I for the United States Marine Corps-

Beardsley, A. W. Sias, Bill Sim- one victory, however, when W. C. Owen (12.) will be filled at the Marine Re-

A student of animal husbandry,' mons, O. D. Luke, R. J. Blount, Emmett Shelley (4) of Clewiston John Thomas (8) vs. H. J. Stein cruiting Station, Post Office Build-.

young Beardsley is among the scho- B. C. Flaniken, L. C. Sturges, V. defeated John Thomas, (8) of Pa- (26.) ing, Savannah, Georgia, during the
lastic leaders in the freshman E. Bryant, S. T. Bowman, J. F. Louis Salmonte (26) vs. J. F. month of April, it was announcedby
hokee, 3 and 2, leaving Shelley as
class, a study of first semester Barbas, H. E. Walker, Jones Bryan the lone low-stroke man in the Curry (20.) Captain A. C. Small, Officerin -

grades discloses. The grades were John Tiedtke, R. V. Turner, meet. Mrs. F. D. Duff (15) ,vs. Dr. charge.

announced by Dean W/ilmon/ New- J. W. Daugherty, Harold Spikes, Other close and hard-fought J. W. Ezelle (26.) ,Young men between 18 and 25'
ell. Wenzloff J. H. Simmons Bud Vaughn (23) vs. Tom Shel- of in
G. E. matches found Ralph Kirk of Belle years age ranging height
Competing with him for. the I H. H. Avant, Elmer Montgomery, Glade (14)) nosing out Bill Mc- ley (4.) from five feet four inches to six

sophomore scholarship are the Fred Hill, Joe Cato, J. H. M. Cracken (16) of Clewiston, 1 up; : feet two inches with corresponding

other 24 Sears-Roebuck students.{ Johnson, A. L. Perkins, W. S. Dave Alston defeating Bud I Animal Husbandry Men weights, sound physiques. and a fair

All are listed among the class), Bishop and A. W. Davis. I Vaughn in an overtime 36 hole education come within the categoryof
leaders for the first half year. the school and dem- those receive
Conducting eligible to, the
match, 3 and 2; Mrs. W. C. Mc- Studying Beef CattleDr. opportunities -
In addition to aspiring to being, I onstration were B. F. Mawley, R. Cracken squeezing out H. J. Stein, offered'by the United
presented with the extra year, the C. Williams, N. E. Armstrong, O. States Marines.
1 up, and Mrs. W. C. Owen (28) I
Palm Beach county youth is cheered and Robert of The Savannah
D. Lee Dallach
office considers
winning over Dr. J. W. Ezelle (26)) C. D. Lowe, senior ,animal
on by the ambition to get a degree Peoria and J. I. Davis of Athens, 1 applicants from Florida. North and
and W. J. Sheetz
up. ,
in his subject. It is possible South' SoutheasternGeorgia.
Georgia. Carolina
Second flight losers in all flights agent in animal husbandry of the and
for him to do so under the project.] .
make the Consolation flight Bureau of Animal Wash-
up Industry,
It is the plan of the companyto Full
provide sophomore scholarshipsto CatholicI which begins play this week. ington, D. C., are spending Thurs- information and application_

one student in 'each of the 17 I Championship Flight day and Friday this week in, Glades blanks may be obtained by writing \
Lou Betzner beat O. G. Mc- or visiting the Marine Recruiting
states in which a college or uni- (8) and Hendry counties with County
(Continued from front ) Whorter 5 and 3. Station, Savannah, Georgia.
versity is participating in the pro- page I (4) Agent Grover C. Hodge, lookingover .
gram. The program provides that P. M. F. D. Duff (12) .beat Tom Shel- pasture development and beef

in'the summer of 1939, the IT Good Friday: So called because ley (4) 2 and 1. herds in both counties. I Employers Warned To

winners will be judged by an im- on that day Christ showed the excess E. M. VanLandingham: (8) beat Over one thousand purebred

p':Ttial committee delegated to of His Love for us by shed-I' W. C. Owen (12) 2 and 1. bulls for herd improvement have Beware of ImpostorsHarold

:Ji'>"ie two of the 17 for advanced ding the last drop of His blood on I Emmett Shelley (4) beat John been placed in this area in the

work.A the Hill of Calvary. When our I Thomas (8) 3 and 2. past three years, and there' is a

junior and senior year schol- crosses seem hard to bear and the I Louis, Gold (14) beat J. F. Cur- possibility of two hundred more C. Wall, 'director of the

arship will be presented the student road home seems very' long, be, ry ((20) 2 and 1. I being added 'in 1938. unemployment compensation divis-
consoled in viewing that sacred I I H. C. VanLandingham (17) beat ion of the Florida Industrial Com-
who makes the most favorable impression I Dr. Lowe and :Mr. Sheetz work-
picture of long ago. A road rug-j Mrs. F. D. Duff (15) 3 and .2.
and '' mission today warned employers to
personally I ed in cooperation with county agent -
'I ged and steep, a surging crowd, a E. E.
Kelley (18) beat Robert
on the judges. A junior Hodge in herd and pasture development demand credentials from all per-
year scholarship .will be awarded Man weary, toiling upwards'with Creech (16)) 3 and 2. for the past fifteen I j sons representing themselves as ,

the second most qualified boy. In I a heavy burden. His nak'ed feet Ralph Kirk (14) beat Bill Mc- years in Leon, Waukulla and employees of the division of, the t
make no noise upon the earth, the ,Cracken (16) 1 up. *
the judging, the accomplishmentsof I erty counties, prior to Lib-// Florida Industrial Commission.
burden which He bore '
was a heavy I Third Flight Results '
the individual students will transfer to this locality in 19:; "It has come to our attention
*crve: as the1 basis for grading., cross. John Hooker (20)) beat: Mrs. that unauthorized persons have
Above, on the summit, death G. McWhorter (24) 4 and 3.
On the board of judges will beD 0.1 called upon employers'and in some
:'. Henry C. Taylor, of the Farm awaited Him, ignominy, and shame, Dave Alston (21) beat 408 New Voters instances prevailed upon them to

Foundation, Chicago, an organization but He walked up in silence and Vaughn ((23)) 3 and 2 (36, holes) cash checks which have proven

sponsored for the bettermentof in patience so that men in long Mrs. Bill McCracken ((24) beatH. Added In CountyHendry worthless," Wall said. "Every em- ,
after years who had burdens of J. Stein (30) 6 and 5.
American agriculture, who will ployee of this division who is authorized -
sorrow or of misery should know J. B. Jones
(21) Mrs. H. J.
serve as chairman; a member of to contact employers, em-
United States department of how to bear them, till they, too, Stein (30) 6 and 5. ( County News)
thy ployees or the public has been furn-
reached the summit of their Gol- Fourth Flight Results A total of 408 new voters have
agriculture, and a professor of agriculture ished authentic credentials and instructed -
gaths, there to find not death been added to Hendry list
in a university which is Mrs. S. W. Houser (30) beat county's to present them when discharging -
not associated with the scholar- humiliation, or pain, but Eternal Louis Salmonte (26)) default.W. of voters since the 1936 elections, his official duties."

hp: program. Life and the serenity of exquisite R. Dickinson (26) beat according to registration figures
"The credentials furnished our
peace. Owen Winn (21) 1 presented at the regular meetingof
The first step in Mr. Beards- up. I force consist of an identificationcard
ley's efforts to gain further aid in I Mass of the Pre-Sanctified at Mrs. W. C. Owen (28) beat Dr. the board of county commissioners from the Florida Indnstrial
7:30 A. M. J. W. Ezelle (26) 1 Tuesday at the courthouseih
carrying on his education will be up. Commission, Unemployment Com-
taken at the conclusion of the The Three Hours Agony will be Quarter-Final Pairings, Champion-I LaBelle. LaBelle shows the larg- pensation Division certifying that
est increase this being accountedfor i
present school year when he and the bearer whose
- --------- signature is on
by the acquisition of North La-
the other freshman scholarship
the reverse, side, has been appointed -,
Belle, the people of that district
winners will be judged by a com- to a specified official position
mittee of the University of Flor- having voted previously in Glades I
and is'vested with all power an'd
ida.In Tuberculosis Develops by Stagesiri county. The annexation to Hendry authority conferred by the Florida

the examination, which will county occurred several months Unemployment Compensation Law.
be, standard in all of the 17 uni- ago. LaBelle's new registrations
card asso contains the seal
versities, 50 per cent of the grade amounted to 169, Clewiston 143,
of the State of Florida and is sign-
will be based on scholastic attainment Denaud 21 and Felda 75.
ed by the director of this division,"
; 25 per cent on leadership; The board took up the matterof Wall explained. ,

15 per cent on personality, and 10 providing the county with a new '
"For their own protection I request -
per cent on business acumen. jail. The present jail occupies a
all employers to insist on
Mr Beardsley is a member of part of the third floor of the court-
seeing this identification card be-
the Agricultural Club and the house in LaBelle and was built to
fore transacting business with
Student Deacons Group of the accomodate 15 or 16 prisoners. any
Every is born with persons representing themselves
church he attends. person Conditions have been overcrowdedfor as .
healthy lungs. If later a person becomes In- employees of this state agency", '
time relief having
a long partial -
WILDLIFE CONSERVATION fected again, the serious disease been provided lately by the Wall concluded.

WEEK. OBSERVED HERE. tuberculosis may begin. transfer or rental of male prisoners -

The germs that escape from I doing over 60 days to High- IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?

Report of the sale of conserva- the lungs are likely to Infect lands county. Even so the space is

tion stamps in commemoration of I others. still too small to properly care for Used a Bed Bpuncer iE

Wild Life Conservation Week has the number of inmates usually on One of the most important members -:

been completed by Mrs. F. M. hand. of a king's bodyguard in daysof

Wright, president of the Garden An architect will be engaged to old was the bed bouncer. His

Club under whose auspices the Many of us become infected draw plans if possible to fit the job was to bounce up and down

stamps were sold locally. from other people as we grow southeast corner of the courthouselot. all over the royal couch, at bedtime

ATary Nell Christian was the up. This is the most desirable location each night, to make sure that no
first girl to turn in a dollar from and preferred by the sher- enemy of the realm had success-

the proceeds of the sale, Ogie Ar- iff's office. The southeast corneris fully hidden knives in the monarchic

netle and Cleo Scott also sold a off the main highway, No. 164, mattress.-Collier's Weekly.

dollar's worth each. Several other running north and south, and

girl volunteers assisted with the Q. If tuberculosis Is not discovered wouldn't touch No. 25, east and
sale of
the stamps
during the
week. early, the disease west. Beyond having plans drawn,I J. S. CAMPBELL
further action in the matter was
spreads. A hole (cavity) may :
postponed until a later date.
Stainers form In the lung which is an j Jeweler
. CrucifixionContinued The first Infection usually Two proposed road projects were & Watch-maker ,
heals. The person Is well and Incubator of germs that_ es i submitted for the board's signa-

I no germs escape from his cape: and menace everybody i tures, one by Commissioner E. B. All Kinds of Jewelry Repairs
( from front page) lungs. It is Important to find who comes In contact with tho Hull of Felda, the other by Com-
Ion Leydig, Viola Owen Hazel this first Infection In children. aiok paraoa./ < missioner Alto hers of Denaud,I Optical Repairs

Srewltt, Mrs S. F. C, Taylor, alto*. '. .through the WPA effUc, The Hull A* u!itlIsTM rs I)
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