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 15, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Will Begin RevivalRev. 77-Pound Tarpon


W. ,L. Head will conducta A 77 pound tarpon was landed

HERE SATURDAY series of revival services in Clew- FRIDAY AT NOON by H. L. Davis, local nimrod, fish-HANDICAP TITLE

iston beginning next week, under
[1 ing, at Ortona Locks late yesterday i
1f the auspices of the Florida Bap- \
f\' The annual Harvest Festival off tist Convention. Rev. Head is al, One of the largest crowds out afternoon, about 50 miles from the: E. M. "Doc" VanLandingham

I the United States Sugar Corporation well-known Baptist Tabernacle'I to hear any political candidate dur- Gulf of Mexico and the salt water:I diminutive Belle Glade golfer, shov,

f. was attended by hundreds of evangelist, and has this month con- ing the current campaign was gath- which is the native habitat of the ed himself very much into the

r, employees, their families and ducted two weeks' series of meetings ered at the Post Office corner last tarpon. spotlight last Sunday in the Ever-

! friends on Saturday evening, at the in Fort Myers. Friday at noon to hear Senator Davis in company with Mr. and glades Handicap Championship being -

} Clewiston sugar house. It is esti- I Last year the state Baptist Board Claude Pepper's address to the vot- Mrs. J. E. Baker was fishing for played at the Clewiston Golf

F- mated that 1500 were served at I conducted a religious survey of ers of this community in his race robalo at the locks. He was usinga Club. VanLandingham moved into

?: the barbecue in the afternoon and Clewiston which revealed the fact for re-election to the United States "2000" plug and a 25 pound semi-final play with devastating effect -

t[: that more than 3,000 attended the that there are numerous families Senate. The response of the crowd test-line. About 6:25 the Silver as he swept aside Emmett
I in the that his talk King struck the bait and
followed well leaped
L dance which eve-I indicated was of
and individuals who are not now Shelley, one Clewiston's last
V ning. received and that he could expecta into the air. A thirty-five minute
attending church regularly. Manyof hopes for the title, 4 and 3. Shel-
Barbecued beef and pork, Brunswick number of votes here. battle followed in which Davis was
! large
i / cards indicated No.
these, on their census ley, who occupies 2 position in
juice, left Clewiston forced to walk down the canal bank
The Senator immediately
! stew, pickles, orange membership in the Baptist : Everglades golf ratings, was forc-
r: and coffee and ice creami his taIlto about one-eighth of mile
bread following : a playing
church or preference for that ed to spot the Belle Glader 3
i the menu. With at the Fair in the fish all the while.
i, made up supper- church. Following the survey the speak Everglades I strokes, but "Doc" took advantageof

;' four lanes roped off for the lines matter was under consideration by Belle Glade and later came back When he finally landed the tar- but one of them, winning one

i of visitors who passed by the the state board, and recently Dr. through to Moore Haven where ,he pon the plug was found to be securely without help and dropping another

counters in cafeteria style, a group spoke at 4:30: and later made talks caught in the back of the
3, C. M. Brittain, secretarytreasurerof I by two strokes. With a game that
r- of Clewiston girls served the huns the Florida Baptist Convention, at LaBelle and Fort Myers. fish's mouth. When brought in to i has been steadily improving of

; dreds more quickly than ever be- Dwelling first on his defense of Clewiston and Alston's
: s- and of weighed at
: a group prominent! Baptist I late, Van Landingham's victory
:' fore.Bill leaders met in Clewiston for a the administration, Mr. Pepper Drug store, the tarpon tipped the I stamped him as a hot contenderfor

i, Doherty's orchestra played study of the situation in this dis- said that he had been elected as a: scales at 77 pounds. the first official Handicapcrown.

at intervals during the barbecue. trict. Democrat and' sworn to uphold
Small tarpon are occasionally .
Following the barbecue the New Deal policies. Because of this
The series of revival services under sighted and caught in the canals, Another Belle Glader to come
!r'i. tables and counters were removed he had' been, sent to Washington
the the leadership of Rev. Head is having swum up the Caloosahatcheeriver through was the genial 'Lou Betz-
and everything cleared without opposition and he failedto
z, floor the result of that study., Rev. Headis and into the canals from the ner, who put F. Deane Duff out of j
' The
dance in the evening. see where he could do other
well-known throughout the Gulf. A 77 pound one, however, ian the running, 3 and 2. All even at
f. space available for dancing was en- than support administration mea-I '
larged this year but the hundreds South, and particularly in Flor- sures. unusually large one to be No.3, Betzner took command of

ida. He is at present evangelist for? caught so far from salt water. the match and was never headed
filled it to capacity.
p in attendance He spoke of his work in behalfof I ...
the State Baptist Assembly thereafter.
I' The guests were pleased arid surprised the farmers of Florida and I

: ( when Clarence R. Bitting, stated that he had worked diligently Pahokee will be well represented \

of the United States in the semi-finals this week
;; president against the reciprocal trade COMMUNITY CHURCH

f Sugar Corporation, personally TOMATO SHIPMENTS agreement which allowed Cuban with Louis Gold, who won his position -

: awarded ,the prizes at the drawing farmers, using peon labor, to compete in that section with a wierd

" and distributed favors of paper against Florida farmers in !NAMES NEW OFFICERS victory over, H. C. VanLandinghamof

-, hats and noisemakers' to the danc- ON INCREASE HERETomato the production of vegetable crops. Belle Glade, 2' up. The movie

.;. ers. Among the award winners Almost winning his fight in the -- magnate turned the first nine 4

..' were A. E. Oliver, who received a last session of Congress he pre- The annual congregational busi- down but come up with a good second

shotgun;; Ed Markette. whose gift shipments from the Clew- dicted success the next time the ness meeting of the Community round to clinch the match on

was a radio, Mrs. M. E. Von Mach, iston area began in earnest the measure came up. He also told of Church was held in connectionwith the home green.Clewiston's .

;', who received the wrist watch, and latter part of the week when the his efforts for an increased sugar the evening worship Sunday. last hope for a con

Miss Mary Moore, O. A. Pratt, A. M.\ H. Crouch packing house loaded quota for Florida growers, of his The session, deacons, trustees and tender went glimmering when E.

L. Hackett, W. C. ,Prewitt and ,D. two cars, the first of, the pres- success in getting a slight increaseand other officers of the church are E. Kelly lost one of the tightest

.,.... Browning. who received cash ent season. He is continuing loading his belief that in the near fu- elected at the business meeting.The matches of meet to Ralph Kirk of

prizes.. one car each day this week, ture that it would be measurably session for the coming year Belle Glade, 1 up. Kelly was 4 up

,_ Flashlight pictures of the event having opened his packing house increased.The at No. 12 and looked like a :sure
atl I will ,be. composed, of I. D,, ,Leydig,
were made by a commercial photo- South Bay 'with A.' L. 'Browne -anti-lynch bill, which' he who has previously been elected to winner, but ,Kirk put on the pres-

' grapher for the company. Pictures oreman. aided defeating with a filibusterhe life term as a mark of honor for sure at this point to nose out the

were ,taken at intervals. during the In Clewiston Charles Marsh has regarded as an iniquitous mea- his long faithful and efficient ser- Clewiston entry on the last green.

,,'. afternoon and evening.. is of opened a packing house in the Cate sure and detrimental to the best vices in the church, A. W. Sias, Matches in other flights found

The harvest festival one warehouse.; H. ,Rothstein and sons interests of the entire South. For I. M. Pafford, A. W. Lawrence, R, Bud Vaughn (23) winning over
of the ,
,_ the outstanding recent is one year of I I have' opened the Bateman and Wood the' same reason, he said, he defended N. Smith and J. E. ,Beardsley.The Tom Shelley (4) 3 and 1 in a
and the most one
packing house at Lake Harbor _un- 'the wage and hour bill. first-round Consolation match; Mrs.
successful in the history: deacons'are W. W. Perry,
the most
'", der the management of Joe Scott At only one time did the Sena- W. C. Owen (28) of Clewiston tak-
of the industry of the Ever- F. M. Wright and J. J. Graham.
.0.- ; sugar of Philadelphia. Charlie Ross is tor make any ,kind of an attack The church trustees are W. C. ing out W. R. Dickinson (24) of

glades. I foreman. This house shipped two (Continued en Page 8) J. B.
' Ii i Owen, H. J> Hall, Mrs. F. M Belle Glade, 3 and 2; and
cars of tomatoes Tuesday and several -I Belle Glade, winning
Wright, O. A. Jones, Marion Ley- Jones (21),
E St Margaret's Church others during the week just: Kiwanians Observe dig and W. C. Prewitt. F. M. from Mildred McCracken (24),

closing. I Wright is church treasurer, B. E. Clewiston, 3 and 2.

L:,. : Program For Easter Several fields of tomatoes in Lock OperationsFollowing Herring, Sunday School Superin- Due to the Everglades Fair and i

:: Townsite were' picked 'this: week'j I tendent, J. E. Beardsley, directorof Sugar Company celebrations last
C. E. Miner, Mike Criticos,
to be
music, Mrs. J. H. Doty and week, many matches .had
:::'" Following the custom introduced Archer, H. C.- Avant, Alonzo Ray
: the regular will be
meetingof Jim- of these
Marion' Leydig, pianists, and postponed. Most
- last year, congregations of both and H. J. Mathis being the chief
the Kiwanis club
Wednesday my Hall, treasurer+ of the Sunday played off this week.
t' St. Margaiet's, Clewiston and St.Mary's planters. At county line G. B. Mc-
night, the members
motored to the School. Mr. Leydig, who has serv- matches are
: unite for the Two very
t. Pahokee, Duffie is picking two cars this
U. S. Government
warehouse to 'ob-
ed as Sunday School treasurer for for the semi-finals in the
: feast scheduled
i celebration of the greatest week which were packed at Darden
serve the operation of the minia-
declined to accept
several years Flight with Loa
l' day in the Liturgy of the churchat and Hooker's South Bay packing St. Championship
ture Lucie Locks. The model is The
St. Margaret's Church, in Clew- house. these duties for another year. Betzner (8) meeting "Doc" Van-

f iston. Crouch and constructed to exact proportionsone board passed resolutions of appre- Landingham (8)) and Louis Gold
The Beardsley Farm,
twentieth of the size of the ciation to Mr. Leydig for his Sunday with Ralph Kirk
F High Mass will be celebrated at Turner, L. L. Lowe and Joe Jones proposed locks to be ((14) tangling
: 9:00 o'clock by the pastor, and are all picking this week from the site'of the St. School work. ((14). Winners in these two matches -
and present Lucie of the meeting meet Sunday, April 23, for
sung by the combined adult east of Clewiston in the An interesting phase will
acreage Lock No., 2. The model has been
r", junior choirs. The Mass being sung Bare Beach, Ritta area. were the various reports from the Handicap title.
I for the purpose of observing -
!, 'I in the Gregorian' Mass, "Missa rle The tomato price is showing improvement the disturbance in the lock the church groups. Nancy Jo
". Angelis" or Mass of the Angels. Wright, president of the Junior
1" over the early part of
chamber Union
/ created by filling at dif- ''Endeavor and Florence Young Peoples
L Christian
last week and although it is not ferent heads. '

Easter Sunday .AtCommunity expected that there will be much Graham, president of the Senior
Mr. G. D. Smith, Senior Drafts- the reports of Holds April Meeting
Endeavor, gave
increase, the present price is expected -
man charge of the design sec-
Church to hold fairly stable for sev- 0 those groups. I. D. Leydig and Bill
tion for the
structures, explainedthe -
: .. Owen reporting for the Sunday I I

o eral Several weeks.car loads of beans are conditions operation of ,the model and the School, gave the best report ,in the I (This story is sent you at the
them in
t Services at the Community moving daily from the South Bayarea confronting history of the church. The Sunday request of the Everglades' Young
building the new locks. Experi- be
will one
will be held at 11 o'clock School has reached a record bothin People's Union. There
Church and some cabbage is still be-
ments be in effortto
J are to run an during each month, and here-
1 Easter morning and will consist ing shipped from the Lake Har- attendance and finance such story
reduce the disturbance
of Easter music by this year. The Ladles Aid report, after a complete list of all presentwill
t a program cjf, bor houses by Joe Lee Woods, and
the chamber froman
filling quickly month there
: fine'one Mrs.J. This ,
made by be given.
the Community Choir under the Bolton Brothers. Cabbage ship- a very was
18 ft. head. A miniature boat not
direction of J. E. Beardsley. ments are expected to end this H. Doty, secretary. W. C. Owen, were many whose names were
model afloat in the lock chamber
"0 Morn of Beauty" from "Fin- week. for the trustees and F. M. Wright, obtained,
indicates the disturbance createdby
:. landia"-Jan Sebelius. treasurer made the business report The Everglades Young Peoples

"Come Unto Him" Pastorale- operation of the locks. of the church. For the first Union held its April meeting in
Will Visit The lock will be 50 ft.
Engineer new by
t: Charles Gounod. time in years, the church is free I the Lake Harbor Church on Tuesday -
250 ft. and will have a minimum
"Christ Is Risen" arr. Beethov- of debt. All current bills have been evening. Delegates from young
Florida Levee Soon clearance of 11 ft. over the sill.
en's Fifth Symphony-Pattison. paid, the debt which has been people's organizations in churchesof

Solo: "The Holy City"-Gaul, This design takes care of future hanging over the church for years Clewiston, Lake Harbor, South

F. M. Wright, tenor. deepening of the channel! to a has been paid, and there isoa sub- Bay, Belle Glade, Pahokee and
General Max C.
Brigadier Tyler,
depth of 12 ft. Accommodations for
"Adore Almighty: God" Cheru- stantial balance in the treasury. A Canal Point attended.
assistant chief of Army engineers, boats to moor in the existing by
bim Song-Gretchaninov. report of the work of the church several opening
left Washington Wednesday of 'Following
pass and other places at the lockis
"Hallelujah Chorus" from choir was made by J. E. Beardsley. short talks were made by
this week en route to Florida to hymns
being taken care by. walls
"Mount of Olives"-Beethoven. Altogether, it was felt that thechurch's of Lake Harbor, Rev.F. .
inspect the levee and waterway above and below the new structure. hi G. L. Royal

channel of the Lake Okeechobee,I I Passage through the locks will,! business affairs are C. Taylor of Clewiston and Rev.
condition and the reports
f Sunday School Caloosahatchee River project, according be free to boat and yacht opera-\ splendid Soaper of Canal Point.
brought much satisfaction to members -
went to
to press dispatches in tors. The attendance banner
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f' Easter Egg Hunt Washington. The of the congregation. the Canal Point group who recorded -
members were loud in their, j I
General Tyler will stop in Jack I I praise of the ingenuity displayedin 32 points. The number of

i sonville, and on his visit to the the construction of the model MOKE STAMPS SOLD delegates in attendance plus the

.' The annual Easter egg hunt for Okeechobee region will probably t!! and were impressed with the thor number of miles the group traveled -

r. the children of the community will be accompanied f by officials of the oughness the problems are being Mary Louise Thomas has addedto to reach the meeting equals the

be held in the park Sunday after- Jacksonville district, U. S. Engi-r| dealt with.Visitors the stamp: sale of the Clewiston number of points recorded by the

noon. Eggs are being furnished by neers. General Tyler, It was said I r present at the meeting Garden Club, commemorating Na- group.

the American Legion and other in the Washington dispatch, will were H. C. Jones of the U. S.I,| tional Wildlife Conservation week, Following the business session

preparations made by Sunday I report whether any further work Sugar Corporation and C. M. Peek having turned in a dollar for stamp the host group served delicious

School workers. '_, ", I may be necofesary on the pro$egt. employed locally by' the A. C. L. I sales this week ,.. (' Continued" on. '. rage, \..

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Review of Current Events DIZZY DRAMAS-Now Playing-"NUTTY NED" By Joe Bowers ;i

HOUSE VS. PRESIDENTAdministration ';.Q t t'S THAT GUY DOiNg ?. NUTS

Makes Great Concessions to Save r ) b .,
"Dictator" Bill Senate Gets Tax Measure Built to

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What to Eat and Whvll .

them, fat. To demonstrate the fallacy -

e.l/ttujto-njo-udljj Zeuae of this idea, a world-famous

physician once remarked that. if
that were true, poor people would
"'i1' long ago have adopted the prac-
TEEthe Elixir of Life tice. "

It is possible to drink too much t ail
water and those,who are suffering -
from disease should be guided by

By C. HOUSTON GOUDISS their physician determining the

3,. 6 East 39th St., New York. amount required. But most nor-,

....' .. ..... ",':; ",:",:::;,' .:p % .;or.ii; : ;;:;:; N""W'''''''':::./aP>i.>,td:.;.".,.r.,>....".'...... A kj ALL the elements required to support life and maintain mal people could increase both
OF mental and physical efficiency by
health and efficiency, water takes precedence. Withoutit taking more of this magic fluid.
Members of the house of representatives_ were swamped with,telegrams \
fats minerals and vitamins
the carbohydrates
from citizens all over the country urging that they vote against the protein, *
administration's reorganization bill which, it was feared, would pave the which build and repair tissues, 'provide motive power for Jhe Drink Water'with
way to an American dictatorship. Above is seen Congressman John J.' body engine, and regulate the complex processes necessaryto The question is often asked"Isit
O'Connor of New York, a leading foe of the bill, reading some- of the mes. existence would be utterly useless. wise to drink water with

sages he received. Water is the magic stream< meals?" The answer is "Yes."

through which all nutritive consideration to supplying the There is evidence that the drink-

-* td w Pidum.d elements are carried into and body Yet,' when with all the the water water content it needs.of ing with of a reasonable meals by normal amount individuals of water -- -

through the body and there the body diminishes, health and stimulates the secretion of

SUMMARIZES THE WORLD'S WEEK .;, held in suspension. It is the life are in danger. A loss of 10 gastric juice, thereby improving

Western Newspaper Union. ever-ready messenger which per cent of body water is a serious digestion. It has also been dem-

tumult Over Reform Bill had been developing a growing lack distributes heat, moisture and matter usually and fatal.It a loss. of 20 per centis onstrated that it aids in the absorption -

of confidence and a fear as to the material where of food by the body and
body-building is' in
only rare instances-
President Roosevelt
re- retards the of intestinal
? growth '
I WHEN from Warm Springs he future of American business enter and as it is needed. such as when lost in a desert- bacteria. --
prise, due to the attitude of
found that a crisis confronted the I govern. that man actually dies of thirst, The homemaker should be justas
ment toward business and
administration forces concerning I econom for even when no fluids are drunk, conscientious in
ic policies affecting business." Man Is a SpongeOur providing her .
water is consumed with food. But
the reorganizationbill
with sufficient
The other influence discussed bodies like water-logged family water as
pending in the : are all about us we see men and women -
with amounts of the oth-
house and that there Sloan as responsible for "throwingthe sponges, for we carry ,water to suffering from the effects of er food substances. For water
domestic economy into the vio the limit of our capacity water
,starvation. Some indica-
was danger that the lent and must be included in the list of essential -
decline"was A human
opposition to that tions of this are dryness of the food constituents. It is in
U what he described as a "radi.cal" being is more than
measure would defeat skin and lips, mucous membranesand truth, the ELIXIR of LIFE.
increase in rolls for industry 'two thirds water
it. He called to pay scalp. There is also dangerof
\'o.. as a whole in the early part ol and this proportion
the White House a damaging the kidneys which require '
. number of leaders, 1937. In some important industries, must be main- water to flush away the acid I Questions AnsweredMrs. 1
he said this increase
te and it was decidedto was extendedto tained, if health products of metabolism. And very
an "uneconomic degree. and strength are to ,
push the bill often constipation can be tracedto
through with a min- At his' own request Mr. Sloan has be preserved. a deficiency of water, which is S. T. R.-Answering your
---- imum of conces- been 'eliminated from further par- There is enough necessary to soften the contentsof question as to what is the most
Rep. Rayburn sions. Representative ticipation in the profits under thecorporation's water in a personweighing the intestinal canal. efficient time to begin reducing:

Sam Rayburn,. majority leader bonus plan. 150 Noneof, these ill effects may be the proper time is when the .
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pi the house, told the Presidentit ;1( pounds to fill a 15- feared if you take enough water. weight first begins to climb above

would pass with amendments to Bigger Dreadnaughts gallon barrel. Muscles, liver and' .* normal. Most people wait until
which he had agreed. One of these kidneys are about 80 per cent water they are 20 or 30 pounds over-
would enable congress by concurrent UNITED STATES and Great Brit. the brain 85 per cent. Even How Much Is Enough? weight and then reducing becomesmore

resolution to override any reorganization each other that they bone is made up of more than A healthy, normal individual requires difficult.
proposition the Presi- would invoke the escalator clause ol one-third water, so you can see about four quarts of water Miss T. P. G.-Yes, there is a' .
dent might put through. Another the London nav.al.treaty'and would that the old adage "dry as a every 24 hours. That requirementvaries stimulant in cocoa that closely resembles -

would exempt the bureau of edu- build dreadnaughts bone" is not strictly accurate.No somewhat with the season. caffeine in coffee. But a

cation from the scope of the bill. larger than 35,000 I cell can function unless it is In hot weather there is a greater cup of cocoa contains less of the -

Even after passage by the house, rt tons. The British alsc constantly bathed in fluid. 'Fur- elimination of water through per- stimulant than is found in a cup
the measure would have to go to f s notified Germanyand thermore, the cells depend upon spiration and that loss must be of tea or coffee.C. .
conference and many days or weeksof Soviet Russiaof I water to transport their foods replaced. D. L., Jr.-Pyorrhea seemsto
debate could be expected there. their decision. through the blood. This alone requires However, it is not necessary to be associated with a mild vita-
Eventual enactment of the bill was Both nations based ten pounds of water in drink four quarts of water a day. min C deficiency which has goneon

to be expected but the probabilitywas their action on Japan's -' constant circulation.We For part of our needs are sup- over a long period of time. To
that it would then have lost refusal to disclose may term these functionsan plied ,by food. The body draws obtain adequate amounts of vita-

most of the "dictatorship" features her naval con incoming service. But it .is upon three sources for its water: min C, you should eat plenty of

which seem so repugnant to many struction plans. equally important as an outgoing First, water taken as a drink or citrus fruits, tomatoes, strawberries -
thousands of American citizens. The ---'- France, third sig- stream. The cells need water to in other liquids; second, 'water and raw, leafy vegetables,
popular opposition had not been less: Senator Clark natory to the treaty, flush away their waste products.And supplied by foods, especially fruits such as cabbage.Mrs. .
ened at all by the 'President's action announced she would if the surface of the lungs_is and vegetables, for although solid A. R. M.-No, milk is not
in making public letter to continue to adhere to the 35,000-ton not kept moist there be in-
a an can no foods appear dry, most of them fattening. Women especially fear'
unnamed friend in which he disclaimed limitation "so long as no continental take of oxygen, no output of car- are in fact from 75 to 95 per cent that milk will increase their

any intention to become a power departs from that standard." bon dioxide. water; third, water formed in the weight, but this fear is not justi-
dictator and asserted he has none Secret hearings on the $1,100,000- Without water, no waste wouldbe tissues in the combustion of fuel fied, since a pint of milk, or two
of the qualifications that would 000 naval expansion bill were begun carried out of the body. Poi- foods. Fat gives the most water large glasses, only supplies 340
make him successful in that role. by the senate naval affairs commit- sonous substances would remainto when burned. In fact, it producesmore calories. .
-7iE-- teyitl1 Secretary of State Hull and wreck the system within a short water than the weight of WNU-C. Houston Goudiss-1938. y
Admiral Leahy, chief of naval op- time. Water flushes the countless
the original fat. Sugar gives the
"Help Business" Measure
as the first scheduled wit channels of physical existenceeven least. '
Sen. Pat Harrison called nesses. Chairman Walsh said open while for it '
WHAT we'sleep, con- MOROLIINE i '
hearings would be held later.
measure, stantly passes from the body ,
Foods Rich in Water
being the revenue bill as rewrittenby Opponents of the administration's through the lungs and skin, as ,
his senate finance committee, "big"1avy" program are rather nu well as through' the, bowels and A half-pound potato contains SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
was submitted to the senate. merous in congress, though prob- kidneys. nearly a full glass of water. Some
Though ''Harrison said he expectedits ably in the minority. One of the %* other' foods that are more than PerfectionTrifles
speedy passage, others believedat most consistent of them is Senator' 70 per cent water are asparagus, make perfection, and
least a full week of debate wouldbe Clark of Missouri. Commenting on Water Starvation berries, string beans, cabbage, perfection is no trifle.
necessary.Sen. the invoking of the escalator clause Where do we get all this water? cauliflower, celery, cucumber,

Charles McNary of Oregon, concerning battleships, he said: "It When we are thirsty, we take a eggs, citrus fruits, cherries, P
drink and there the interest of
is just the announce- and Mowl/ron
minority leader promised to supportthe preliminary grapes, melons, apples, raw
bill, saying, "I think it is a great ment of "a world-wide naval build. most Few people individuals ends. cooked greens, milk, onions, EASY WAYw
ing race. give proper boiled
improvement over the house ver- cooked green peas, pota-
sion. I am in favor of speeding ;:: toes, sauerkraut, shell fish, meat mYColemanSELF"

its passage to help business." Loyalist Spain Split Have You a Question? stews, tomatoes and squash.
: Foods containing less than 30 HEATING
Sloan Hits Government SPANISH writing, insurgents near the are accomplish-, at this Ask C. Houston Goudiss per cent water include butter, -

cakes, candies, ready-to-eat cere- Thousands of women have
ALFRED P. SLOAN, JR., chair- ment of Franco's great objective, C. Houston Goudiss has placed at als, crackers, dried fruits, nuts, banished"ironing day blue"
with this time-saving wor-
the of
splitting the'territory
man the board of General held the readers of this bacon Coleman Iron.Genuine
disposal of newspaper potato chips, sausage, syr- saving
Motors, reported to the stockholders by the loyalists in the eastern part all the facilities of his famous ups and zwieback. .. iastant-lichting. Entirely self-
that the of the country. They captured the heating.Entire ironing surface
corporation's earnings for Experimental Kitchen Laboratory in it evenly heated, with a hotpoint
1937 lower. ancient city of Lerida, known Iron
were And he declared as New York He u'ill'gladly and hot
City. an. Ingone
that the government's policy toward the key to Catalonia. Avoid the Dry Habit with less effort ird
steer questions concerning foods diet, less time. Do your next Iron.
business had caused a lack of confi- Further south the rebels were almost nutrition, and their relation to health. In addition to the water con- ing with Coleman.the Instant It'.
dence which was largely responsible to Tortosa and their vanguardwas You are also invited to consult him sumed with food; every normal a Lighting wonderful time and
for the business recession. actually within sight of the in matters of personal hygiene. It's individual should drink about six labor saver. See it at
Sloan asserted a sharp decline in Mediterranean sea. not necessary to write a letter unless glasses of liquid daily-as water, r your
consumer sales began in November All along the Catalonian coffee tea other bever- WRITE Send post
front the you desire, for postcard inquiries milk, or i card for free folder
and in commenting on the slump as government troops fought desper- will receive the same careful atten- and full details.
it appeared "through the eyes of in- ately, but it seemed their strugglewas tion. Address C. Houston Goudiss at ages.Most people drink far too little Address Dept.WU-323
dustry," he named two factors. hopeless and observers be- water. Women often have the mis- THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO.
6 East 39th Street, New York City. Wichita,Kan.; Chicago III.; Philadelphia,Pa.|
"One influence, he told the stockholders lieved the war was nearing its taken notion that water will make Lo.Me.I..,Calif.NelIJS SSZ3W)
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WHO'SNEWS I on Various Subjects
Lesson ..

I Bv REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. 1.:Why are the countries south of The Answers
Dean of the Moody Bible Instituteof
Chicago. the United States called Latin 1. Because the prevailing lan- Who Told Him?
() Western Newspaper Union. America? guage is of Latin origin. "I like your new sideboard. It's

Lesson for April 17 2. In political parlance what is 2. It means you vote for my bill 'period,' of course."
a t$ THIS "log rolling"? and in turn I will vote for yours. "Well, yes-24 installments." ,

i l'i THE VICTORIOUS SERVANT 3. Are there any women in the 3. Mrs. Frances Haskell Ed-
, J Texas Rangers? mondson is member.
(Easter) "Hard as a diamond, says a
l lI WEEK{ 4. How many men have held the 4. Three: David G. Farragut, novelist. But every woman knows
I It LESSON TEXT-Acts 22236.: permanent rank of full admiral in David Porter and George Dewey. the hardest thing about a diamondis
t : GOLDEN TEXT-This Jesus hath God the United States navy? 5. Such footwear was first made getting one.
whereof all are witnesses.-
I I raised Acts 2:32.up we 5. Why are low shoes called ox- and worn at Oxford, England.
By LEMUEL F. PARTON PRIMARY TOPIC-Peter's First Sermon. fords? 6. The secretary of the treasuryis

Hore-Be- JUNIOR TOPIC-Peter's Greatest TOPIC-Sermon. 6. What is the distinction between I head of the department, while But, Teacher-
NEW British secretary of war, Winning with the Victorious ChrlSt. the secretary of the treasury the treasurer acts only as the Teacher-Spell "chimney.
'. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC- and,United States treasurer? treasurer of the department. I Pupil-C-h-i-m-n-e-y.
made himself somewhat of a na- of Victory.
The Risen Christ Our Hope Teacher-Very good! Go up one.
tional hero several months ago

when he shook up "Up from the grave He arose t DISTURBERS
Britain in the army com- With a mighty triumph o'er His foes; ::1
) He aVictor from the dark domain,
Race to Get mand, upped the And He lives forever with His saints to By
Army Ready youngsters and reign; HOW SEW RUTH WYETH
te\,- ,,' sent the oldsters Hallelujah He'arose I He Christ arose arose! !I" SPEARS

J back to their club chairs. The report Let the glad chorus swell the good

f: of his ultimatum demanding a tidings that the One who humbled

change of foreign policy is a stand- Himself to become the servant of II I -=-- II'

:', out in the current news. all is the "Victorious Servant"-yes,

'., There was something like consternation the Victorious Lord! -r:

among British conservatives Easter is the great holiday-a real
early in 1937;when Prime Minister I holy day of the Christian church.

Chamberlain'named the incidentally We rejoice in the incarnation, for

Jewish Mr., Hore-Belisha for the only as the Son _of God identified ,

<# war post. There was no hint of Himself with the ,human race could i "Whew! You smoke like a vol.
anti-Semitism in their attitude, but He bear our sins on Calvary's tree. cano."

just then certain optimists among We ,keep the cross before us, for "Yes and you grumble like an
them were trying to tool Britain only as He died did He make atone- earthquake."

into the German orbit, and there ment for our sin, but above all we f
were alarmed predictions that .Hitler observe the ressurection, for had
:T- would be enraged and seek quick He not risen for our:justification we From the Grave"I
am here from the andI
vengeance. would indeed have been without any grave,
want to be heard immediately
That didn't come off, and the hope. Ours is a resurrection faith; "
because I want to get back, saida
new war secretary started a let us live it in resurrection power.
man in earth-soiled clothes to
whirlwind army clean-up and Life is so serious in its respon- ,
the judge at a local court. -He
all-around reconditioning cam- sibilities and burdens, so often disappointing -
paign, to the satisfaction of all in its trials and sorrows, was a gravedigger.Two .

hands. Seventy-nine-year-old Sir that we need to sound the note of 9

Ian Hamilton, who had been in victory. But it must be real victory in One? .
command at the Dardanelles, and it must be assured at the crucial "Yes, he married a very good-

: said, "Thank God'we are undera point where all the hopes of looking girl, and a very intelli-
proper soldier and will not be man find defeat-at death. Only the gent girl, too."

., shot sitting down." Christian has ,the assurance of vic- "Bigamy?"

He has spent a lot of time badger- tory there, but, thank God, he does :

ing his elders, and still has many really have it in our Lord Jesus
r of them to work' Christ. Why .. an Oil Polish?

Clever at On, as he is only Turning aside from our studies in And here, home-makers, is

'' Badgering forty-three. When, the Gospel of Mark for today we Silk Patchwork for the Guest Room why: The oil element in polish is

His Elders a brash young Ox- consider together the sermon of absolutely essential to all fine
onian he for Peter on the day of Pentecost. He A LETTER comes from a reader new embroidery stitch combina- I '
'.,:, ran wood! For the same reason that
,:;;;.Y parliament, his opponent tagged declares Jesus to be: enclosing rough sketches of tions is just about the most exciting we oil machinery-water our

,;r:;;;;" him as "the nonentity of the college I. Approved by Mighty Worksv. stitches from a silk patchwork of all the new revivals of: plants-massage cream into the

"r.-" ,.,: .', bench." He nailed this on his ( 22). quilt. She writes, "I inherited this Victorian home arts. face-is oil polish used! The same
: '" ,, mast-head, spoofed the opposition quilt from a great aunt and it is NOTE: Mrs. Spears' latest bookon
: Theories may have validity onlyto principle applies-for wood definitely -
.''::',' :" cleverly, and romped in. the man who accepts the author- the final touch of luxury in my SEWING-Gifts and Embroidery requires this attention to

"> j<, He was a dispatch carrier in the ity of the one who proclaims them, guest room. It never occurred to -is now ready. Ninety em- keep it "alive!" The best oil polish -

;' ;':', :', war, then a major, a reporter on but facts are 'stubborn things, the me that "I could make one like it broidery stitches are illustrated; has a fine, non-greasy oil base
: : London with convenient until I saw your article about also table settings, crochet; em-
{ ?, newspaper, ,reality of which no man can deny. -and it is just this-when rubbedor
";-;i.,:. front page and the headlines. the Lord Jesus as though we asked am following your advice about ing; novelty' gifts and dress ac ,that prevents the wood from

:: ":;' i, He became financial secretary them to accept Him on the basis of using an old wool blanket as a cessories. Forty-eight pages of checking, drying out, splitting or

: of the treasury in 1932 and later our claims for Him as the Son of foundation-only I am using the step-by-step directions. Availableto cracking. Furniture will not do
: minister: of transportation. He God. They forget the facts of his- best parts of several worn blan- readers who will send name any of these things, when cared
is a demon for detail and has tory-from the hundreds of years kets. I plan to join the blanket and address and enclose, 25 cents for-and it is the combination of

f.'! swarmed all over England, inspecting before His incarnation when the sections with whipped seams and (coin preferred). Just address the "oil" and the "rubbing" that

p'-- equipment, barracks prophets spoke of His coming, down then arrange my final patches Mrs. Spears, 210 S. Desplaines St., prevents it! For the quality oil-

i'' and army kitchens.He through the account of His earthlylife along the joinings." Chicago, Ill. polish "feeds" the hungry finish-

is of medium stature, round- death, and resurrection to Depend upon a modern home- keeps the wood young! Other pol-

headed, with roached, graying hair, which we may well add the ines- maker to figure out efficiency UntLPluL ishes may give a quick, easy-to-
: : unmarried and given to ,night for- capable argument of Christianity as methods! And here are the achieve luster-but a little time

.': ays, checking this or that detail of it stands in the world today-all stitches she sends. The many- i and energy (it should not be labor -

I\;R?t'<", the military establishment. speak of Him as the Son of God.II. hued silk, satin, and velvet pieces .ffiP ) on the part of the housewife,

yp';; .., Delivered Up to Die (v. 23)). are first pinned or basted to the : sr will pay dividends in the looks and

\:< AT LEAST six times in the past The cross was not an accident. foundation with 'lapped edges long life of her furniture and

?(:: -, 150 years, the Rothschilds have Jesus did not die as a martyr to a turned as shown 'here. If you Nature Is KindIt woodwork. All experts agree that,
': would like to know how to make an oil polish properly used (applyon
been counted out, and they have noble but hopeless cause. He came
.,, ,more of the fascinating stitches is said that eating dulls the damp cloth-as directed) is not
:t v always come.backlike John Bar- into the world "to give his life a
\;,,,'.,: leycorn and Old ransom for many" (Matt. 20:28)). used to sew the pieces in place, sense of hearing temporarily. Nature's only better-it is vital! And so,

.;.;,,- Conquerors King Cotton. Now I He said, "I lay down my life you will find them in the new antidote to after-dinner ora- home-makers, take this importanttip

t' ', Old Stuff to the arrest of Bar- No man taketh it from me, but, I book offered below. Be among tory? : Always use an oil polishandthe
: the first of friends ,to make If we could see ourselves as best one!
::;. :; Bank Family on Louis von lay it down, of myself. I have powerto your
: :
J others see us, the world would be
of these It is the
,'!.:,1 Rothschild is' re- lay it down, and I have power to one gay quilts.
: made of
,' ported from Vienna. The era which take it again" '(John 10:17: 18). smart thing to use one anywherethat mists. up many more pessi-
X,;, would use an afghan.
founded their dynasty disquietingly you
was -
But the fact that the in
cross was The worm will turn, but only to O-CEDAR
and the luxurious
>J Collecting arranging -
< like this one. The Romanoffs
he eternal of God in
plan no way take flight in a new direction.A N
bits of silk and
.ii. and the Hapsburgs, Matternich and 'inventing }
.5 justifies those who slew Him. NeedWe CLEANS, : >'M n
.: .I Disraeli and all the other Crying "
kings '
: ,
Though they were fulfilling -
[ ':
,\):,-:' conquerors and statesmen came to divine may not be our brother's "
purpose, they were acting as !: 0p::?:"; ::
: The Eiffel
terms with them. free moral agents fully responsiblefor TowerWork keeper, but when we read the PRESERVES-

Baron' Louis is the head of the their wicked deeds. on the tower began on newspapers it does seem as if he ;;::; .
t., house. The catastrophic fall of the Aanuary 22 1887 and it needed one. KEEPS > : ,, t.1
III. Raised Up by God (vv. 24-32). was com- :<;"<<
Creditanstalt bank of Vienna in 1931 pleted on March 31, 1889. It Your best advice to your friend -< tftil'
was supposed to have wrecked "It was not possible that he shouldbe weighs 15,400,000 pounds and is is to tell him after he has madeup \y <,

: -, them. beautifully-final holden" of death and positive(v. 24)whata ) state- composed of 12,000 steel plates of his% mind that that is what YOU NEW : 1

f e A few weeks later, they were varying forms and dimensionsheld would, have advised. !
ment. It was an impossibility that
A cat who has varied
-- into American a vocali-
shoveling rivets. -
together 2,500,000
money by O-Cedar
Christ should More women use
remain in the ,
securities, and, it was reported, } grave The structure is 1,000 feet high zation of her own, doesn't think Polish and than
and it is the absolute assurance of Mops
F. snagging 'stray' million here .. and on a clear day from the top much of the canary's.People .
that kind
Scripture we who "be dead with other -
and there by fast of the miles We All Know- any
a overseas him tower points 55 distant -
shall also live with him" (II' fotfurninue, arr
play on francs, an old family are visible. The man who's always telling .r -
Tim. 2:11): To the believer, the one woodwork,
'" custom. who is in Christ, the resurrection of During 1937 810,185 people visit- you what'd he'd do if he were in floors.
Louis and his brother, Alphonse, the Saviour is the guarantee that ed the tower. A television station your shoes, but who hasn't any and

were living in regal splendor when we shall be raised. Christ is the has been installed on the summit, shoes of his own.
the Creditanstalt first-fruits: of them that sleep in the which is to be operated in con- A day's desk work and you may

S j Deer Parks failed. They had grave. (I Cor. 15:20.) 'I nection with the tower's radio sta lie awake all night; a day at the

1a' and Castles great estates and Peter in his sermon turns to the I tion. plow and you never do.

Faded Away maginificent art Scriptures to prove the resurrec-

gallaries, shooting tion referring to the prophet Joelas
lodges, a huge Franz Lehar chorusof well as to the Psalms of David.

retainers, deer parks and a braceof It would be well for us to do like-

medieval castles. Much of these wise on this Easter Sunday of 1938,

holdings slipped away, as Louis, for we have infinitely richer resources -
with somewhat less than the usual for in our hands is the New
family zest and acumen in finan- Testament with the story of the res- IS
cial affairs, turned to a study of urrection and all the references of
philosophy and the arts. the epistles to this glorious truth.

It is 132 years since Napoleon, IV. Ascended and Exalted (v. 33).
after Austerlitz, made mincemeatof "Look, ye saints! The sight is glorious: /lium contained in BOTH Pepsodent Tooth Powder
the Holy Roman empire and even See the Man of Sorrows now: and Pepsodent Tooth Paste I
From the returned
more ruthlessly dismembered Aus-' fight victorious
tria. Nathan, James and Solomonvon Crown Every Him knee! to Crown Him Him shall I bow: Thank your lucky stars-that Pepso- effective .. enabling it to gently brush
Rothschild, sons of Mayer Ans- Crowns become the Victor's brow." dent now contains remarkable Iriuml! away unsightly surface-stains... restoring -
elm, founder of the line, not only "He humbled himself Where- For this wonderful new cleansing agent teeth to their full natural radiance. ;. .
saved their .holdings but extended fore God hath highly exalted him" -found only in Pepsodent-promises Pepsodent with Irium is thorough..jet
your smile a new beauty I utterly SAFE. It'contains NO BLEACH,
their dominions to the remotest (Phil 2:8, 9)). Read Philippians 2:
corner For Irium makes Pepsodent extra NO GRIT,NO PUMICE! Try it!
I of Europe. 5-11 as a fitting,close to this glorious / ,
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The Clewiston News f office and he will obtain the picture the negro janitor who is himself in telling stories,_ singing and en- at the Clewiston school in the afternoon <

I for you. i iI trying to keep his chicken farm joying various games and impromptu of Wednesday, April 27th, ;" '
Tho place was teeming with poli: out of reach of the police that music.
the members
of the debating
Published every Friday in Clewiston, ticians. You stepped over them as; Miss Jimmy is able to escape Attending were Edythe Nell Cor-
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS .I you danced, and found them in: after promising to come back for nette, Maxine Doty, Florence Graham be chosen from the Junior_ and

Inc I .I II front of you with the smile and the the prom. Madeline Haven,' Lee Pridgen Senior Classes and to compete for

I inevitable hand-shake every time: The cast of characters include: Marie Robbins Hervey Bourne J. the gold medal offered each year

nEATIILEV: UOWDCV Editor II you turned around. Even the Palm! Louise a sophomore Gladys B. Brantley, Louis Leiter, Wilbur by M. E. VonMach, chairman of the

I Beach county politicians were thereit Warren. McGehee, Dick Patterson Munselle county school board. "?

Entered as second class mall matter I was too good an opportunity I Florence, her room.-111ate-Betty Stone, Edward VonMach, the class In the past the debate has been i
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office in j for them to miss. They hardly ever I Hooks. sponsor, Miss Evelyn Schultz and held between Clewiston and an- 1
Clewiston, Florida under the Act of
March 3, 1897.Subscription. .I find so many voters in one group Catherine, a junior living across her sister, Mrs. Lucile Bowers. other school. This year, two other .;
anywhere. However' J though the the hall-Bernice O'Neal. I schools to whom the invitation was

Rate $2.00 Per Year. politicians were there by the handful Doris, her freshman room-mate- ANNUAL DEBATE APRIL 27TH extended declined to accept, so the :

Advertising Rates On Application.! they were kept in their place Florence] Graham. debaters will all be chosen from :
and not permitted to button-hole Harriet a senior next door Mil- -
The annual debate will be held
1 on Page Five
anybody for a campaign speech.In dred Ward.: ) ,
Devoted to the advancement and welfare fact everybody and their Droopy the colored janitor- '
of Clewiston and Hendry County.
brothers were there. Even Edgar Jack Wynn. _
Bergen was present-but without Miss Watkins dean-Gaudy Wa ,-,
.1 '
GOOD FRIDAY Charlie McCarthy. It happened to ters.
be another Edgar Bergen. Jimmy a stray student from I

And so it' is over for another University-Connie Clark. \ 0 6 ,.
Today is Good Friday and Sunday
season-this cane-harvesting. From Prof. Frazier, Rhodes scholar /
brings to a glorious conclusion the ;
all appearances, practically everybody and professor-Carlisle Redish. .J '
happy commemoration of the death 11111'I."i"
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but the cane-cutters and traJl-
and resurrection of our Saviour.
portation men will be just as busy
The Easter season should be cele- '
during the coming summer.. There'sa \
brated as is fitting its sacred mean- ;
molasses tankto i
two-million gallon
It should to children ,__ : .: 7.
mean more Easter "
The given by
be built and the repair season program "
than rabbits and colored eggs.I for the sugar-house and other] the second grade at school yesterday : I.' ':
Just as at Christmas time we re- instead morning was well attended and .
equipment begins immediately {
peat to them the blessed story of --, <
of two months hence. greatly enjoyed by parents and
the three Wise men and the birthof I friends of .the children. Rev. Taylor fine in
The Clewiston Inn looms on the I I 0) One of the really
Christ at Easter we should
made a splendid talk and the I
horizon as the next big event for I
teach them the significance of life is in home of own.
I Clewiston. We asked Bill Owen play and songs were nicely given. living a your

Christ's death and resurrection.Last when he would complete it, and he The first second and third II %$ t We are ready to help you choose

week Father Walsh sug-i j said "I make no promises." We grades enjoyed an Easter Egg hunton N ,
gested that stores and places of! told him it looked almost complet- the school grounds following I and finance home that you can ,;.

business be closed for a period on I f ed to us, and he replied "There's classes Thursday afternoon. ;; pay for while living in it. .. Let us ccD'
Good Friday in commemoration of There is no school being held to-
much to be done yet, and it seems attain debt-
the sacred event which the day I impossible to hurry." To all out- day, in. observance of Good Friday. ctl o4ECS show you how you can '

hallows. Wte think the suggestion\I ward appearances, it's a grand job Rsp t free home ownership through small ',. -, '
Nm '
a splendid and timely one and hope i I no matter how long it takes. '
'VE WIN TWO GMIESClewiston p% like aoi. I 'I;
that it will meet with hearty response -! monthly payments, > '. ;

from the business men. The I .:N:M M N:N M:N N:M M:NM, :N,1.:N N N:N:N N N:..:N..:N:. girls and Clewiston "..
bank and schools are closed; the '. .
boys teams won a softball game ,> :
churches hold special services, ani SCHOOL NEWS -
with teams from the LaBelle High ;
it would be a very appropriate -School here Wednesday'' afternoon. :
Clewiston Federal >
thing if business could halt for a : Saving : ,
Bernice O'Xeal _.........._ Edito I The girls won 12-5, the LaBelle
short period of time in observanceof
the death of Christ. Billie Hooker ............ Ass't Editor team making all five of their runs
.Miss Evelyn Schutz, Faculty Advisor] in the fourth inning. and Loan Association .Y':
.I The Clewiston girls' team was : ,

.. ....... . .......... .. ....I composed of Kathryn Chapman, c.,'
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N. ._. MNNI. .NH. .NNNN.n..n.n.N .N.n. .n.N Violet Bethea 2nd base, Dorothy '.

MONTHLY HONOR ROLL Bethea shortstop Marie Robbins ,
; g : :: ,
RAMBLINGSSpring pitcher, Betty Hooks, 3rd base,
First Grade: Nadine Andrews,, Betty Bailes, center field Renee ,

.. .. .. .. . . . j Christine Espenlaub Marjolaine 1st Barbara I I \. '/.
H base -
. Wethington
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.following is a rather definitely coolish here week-. Fielder McCracken VonMach, Jack Jeanette, Jack Junior Davis Smith and, Jimmie Corinne Oliver-]I Mach Smith short, right left field.. field field, and Substitutes Margaret Gaudy Waters "Von- .< : '.. : .." :' ; ; '; ": :

end, when we actually built a fire Martinez. Leah, Richaud and June Hooker.were : : r ; ;' : : : : .c: :{

beside which to listen to Charlie1IcCarthy's Second Grade: Clifford Beatty, The, LaBelle girls' were Irene : i. ; : : : :

chirps. The sun shines Grant Brewer Kim Kilstad.V'. D. O'Bannon, pitcher, Vivian Harrelson : : :

brightly the flowers are pret-!|! Raines jr., Dude Smith, Carline 1st base, Willie Mae Jones, ; .
tier than last week and the J. .. ;
Berner Mary Kathryn Dyess, Betty short field, Clara Adkisson, .catcher ::1M :" For. ; .
' little birds are stretching their ... ." .fi.,, .. ..' .. ,.
vo- Lou Emrich, Lillian Golden, Ruby .Marion Adkisson 3rd base, .. '' t\ !"J : : ; '.

thusiastic cal chords business as they go of about nestbuilding.We've the en-. Ricks RobIson.Marilyn Shelfer and Carolyn Cross Kathryn right Burke.field,left Anna field, Harris:Punk,:: .. ;, :: ; ..Ii., : : :,. ::: : : 1:'

seen one hopping briskly Third Grade: Gene'Mills Mary center field and Willie Mae Jennies f ;1 ,2\\ : : TI, r.. ...
about and flying with bits of grass Ellen Smith Nancy Jo Wright, 2nd base. Billy Hampton sub : : ; f :

and today we saw in the ventilatornear Harriett Alston Gilbert McLeod, stituted. .

the roof a little nest in the Charles ;Benbow, Gloria Carmouche,: The Clewiston boys won over La- : :; .
making. Guess the birds would Jo Ann Crouch, Grace Ward William
Belle 11-3, making 9 of the elevenin :
have used the lovely oak trees McCracken. \
the 5th inning. The lineupswere
nearby' if they could ever find the Fourth Grade: Nora Oglesby For' Clewiston: Owen Winn Printing : .

trees empty of little boys. Mayme Johnson, James Cooley, left field ]Munselle Stone pitcher, \

Spring is in the air it's in Wanda Jean Sheller Joan Walker. LeRoy Hare shortstop Jack Wynn,

the newsvhat with weddingsand Fifth Grade: Richard Hanna, catcher, J. B. Brantley, 1st base .. ,
graduations in the news of the Edwin Roath, Nick Shiffli Par- J. D. Hooker, short field MornislFord : ., ":'Jt .I. -

day. Pete and Ruby are settling melia Bourne Sheila Foster Chris- 2nd base Junior Waldron, :t ';

down to housekeeping making tine Redish Sue VonMach.. 3rd base Bill Johnson, center field I '

their own little nest. Congratulations Sixth Grade: Philip McLeod, Bil- and Horace Johnson, right field. il: : : : Jfi i :.

The! graduates are getting ex- anne lie Perry Jones Evelyn and Mauryne Corbett Prewitt.Mari- Ed Substituting VonMach.were Bill Owen and I, ::: : : i [ Nt; : :::' ; ir, :, > 'i-;

Seventh Grade: Elbert Hooker. .. of ... ., .
cited Caps and gowns were on The LaBelle boys' line-up does I v.,' '," '. ,( ; 'A" \
display and photographs were madein Eighth Grade: Gus Cantrell. not give the various positions, but !

them for next year's annual. Ninth Grade: Renee Wethington, the team members were: 'Fra/iev.:

White for the girls and grey for June Hooker, Julia Ann Oglesby.I McLure, Miller, Harrehon, Mc-

the boys. They are very pretty, Tenth Grade: Maxine Doty :Florence Daniel, Riley Anderson, Hall, Yoe-

very appropriate, ,quite democraticand Graham Marie Robbins, Louis mans, O'Bannon. Crawford and)
Leiter, Harvey Bourne J. D. Hooker -
we think even the students Allen substituted. b'
themselves like their decidedly and Dick Patterson. i

academic Eleventh Grade: Roberta Spicer, to f
appearance.The SOPH.0%1.0HES HAD A PARTY I
I .
Hare.Billie Hooker, Bill. Owen- LeRoy I Ii i

harvest The Sophomore Class party was 1
festival is over and Twelfth Grade: Betty Hooks,
a good time had held Thursday evening, April 7th,j MerIt.
was by all. The Gladys Warren, Bernice O'Neal. . "" .
sugar house has never looked better and took the form, of a wiener ." it

the orchestra was grand, the roast and marshmallow roast. The I
The class of 1938 will presentits
children were home :in bed. Mr. group gathered at a lovely spot on j
annual "Senior Play" at the
Bitting had as 'much fun as a I the ridge. The evening was spent i
school auditorium on Friday, April -
schoolboy at the circus, throwingout 22nd. ------------------- ---------------- : :

the hats, for which there
wasa -
"Miss Jimmy" a three act farce o> F
by Jean Provence has been selected .. ) '
The prizes were drawn by a new as the play. "Miss Jimmy" deals

system this year a large disc with the laugh-provoking adven-
with tAG i218I d ,,1;'' .,, ni-,
numbers all -
around it was tures of Jimmy, a college youth : t
erected on the wall, and was set who enters the dormitory of an I a

in rapid motion.*Whilc it was still exclusive girls school in search ofa

whirling a gun was fired unto it. dress. See.

The number on which the bullet The school is co exclusive that :" ,.,', I ,. 0" i'

landed was the lucky ticket. Only the girls never have a chance to t .

150 tickets had been issued for the meet any men other than their SSE'ri M C LE

shotgun drawing so when number fathers brothers and cousins. Jim-

166 was shot: it was necessary to my enters at the time when the, ; t ,(: '
repeat the shooting until a numberwas situation is the darkest, and it JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA

shot on which a ticket had been looks as if the girls are not going

issued. It was not necessary, as to be able to get together enough GARNETT ANDREWS,ManiS t ,. !d'.r

some seemed to think, to be pres- young men to make the spring ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT at i dui
ent for the drawing. ;prom; a success. modern, fireproof hotel In the heart of down
Photographs were made town Jacksonville. Every room with tub and .
by an is detected and is forcedto
East Jimmy shower, roil( water,'ceilmj fan,radio, slatted
Coast photographer both dress in the clothes' he has stol- summer door... Every Bed with innerspring The (Jewifton VewsI .
the barbecue and the dance. Al- en to avoid being caught, but) too mown and reading lamp. Running ice . ,
though the company had the photo- late. To uake certain that there water on every Floor :

graphs made for its own use, Mr. will 'abundance AIR CONDITIONED .. .
be an of men at COCKTAIL LOUNGE COFfEE SHOP r ...J '
VonMach says that so many people their prom the girls decide to hold DINING AND MEETING ROOMS *,, :,<,: ,
have Ratei, SinsU with Private Bath
requested that they be allowed Jimmy for ransom until his friend::: )0'
to 78 Room 12,00 80 Rooms $2,SO .
purchase the pictures that he come to the prom. Everything 40 Room $3,00 24 Room S3.50 i
has agreed ..to'get them at cost, for would have worked out fine hut 10 S.mpl. Room riih Piivau Bit S4COSllglrt "". :,'i,
any who wish them. So if you'dlike for the arrival of the chief of police -I I in
a picture, leave your name who is an authority on kid-I Ot_.t J. 6 POUND M.nlHOTtV .. ./
and 'thirty-five cents (actual coat OAfTIN V MOTEL DtlOlO _
napping.It "
Qouwq J_ 1.......' 0.itfi :
fo the company) at Mr., Von rach'.B Jsxmly with the 'aid pf Droopy, :-: l : ..! '" ""' r"ri7*r'' !t ..' 0 .. .. "' .





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HPi- Mrs. O. C. Landon Is spending a I I r Frank, of Tampa, are spending this

few weeks in Jacksonville. week in LaBelle with Mir and Mrs.

r [ Personals Easter Song Program. Clarence A. Roberts.Mr. .
L Mrs. Willard Simpson and Mrs.J. I :! and Mrs. Dennis Small and

W. Ezelle were Monday/ visitorsin children visited Saturday in Clew- I

i West Palm Beach. iston with his brother and sister-

in-law, Mi. and Mrs. G. Small.

r: Mr. and Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff Miss .Frances Turner has returned -

were visitors in Avon Park Tues- have taken the apartment in the I to her home in LaBelle after

day. Schult apartments vacated by the spending the season in Miami

Phillips.Mr. n Beach, and more recently visiting
Ed Clark left Tuesday to resume I friends in Fort Myers.

his studies at the University of and Mrs. Clarence R. Bitting I '. By the Choir of Cyrus Couch, who is employed .

Florida. motored to Clewiston from Palm in LaBelle, spent Sunday in Fort
Beach Saturday to attend the har-j Clewiston (Community (Church Myers with his family. They are
Troy Puryear of Sarasota is
vest festival and dance.H. planning to move to LaBelle some-
visiting his sister, Mrs. C. L. time this week. '
Downs, here for a few day; '
J. B. Scharnberg and Jay: W. Louis O. Gravely made a talk asa

Moran are making a tour of sugar PROGRAM : representative of Clewiston post
Mrs. A. W. Lawrence and Mrs.J. .
plantations in Cuba and Porto: 93 American Legion Thursday af-
W. Ezelle were visitors in West I I "0 Morn of Beauty" from "Finlandia"; ..........:...._.... Jan Sibelius j
Rico. ternoon at high school assembly in \
Palm Beach I
Wednesday.Miss I I "Come Unto Him" Pastorale ......00.............._............. Chas. Gounod LaBelle on Americanism.I .

Mrs./ J. D. Bruce and and Mrs. Don Bush have
Charlotte Ridgdill 'of La- jr. "Christ Is Risen" arr. Beethoven's Fifth Symphony,...... Pattinson I' arrived -
Belle ter, Barbara, left Tuesday from West Palm Beach for a
was guest ofs Mr. and '
home In Philadelphia after "Adore Almighty God" Cherubim Song .................... Gretchaninov Mrs. Edwards spoke for the La-
Mrs. E. M. Cornette last}), weekend.Mr. .
ing a week here with Mr. Bruce. Belle association, outlining the work
"Hallelujah Chorus" from "Mount, of Olives" ............ Beethoven
-- being done by the club here. They
and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguezleft
this morning for Gretna, La., Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Reichard and Members: were entertained at luncheon by

for a vacation of a few weeks. grandson, Harry, left Monday for the Fort Myers club.
Orlando after spending several Soprano 'Alto I ITenor and Bass Mr. and Mrs. R. A.: Bryan madea

Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Kolstad veeks here with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Irma Smith Lola Robbins F. M. 'Wright business trip Friday to Fort

and Arthur E., Oliver were visitorsIn Mobley.Mr. I II Myers. .
Blanche Turner
Miami and Key West this week. I viola Owen C. E. Robbins Mrs. Myra Rooney and Miss

-- and Mrs. I. M. Pafford and Mina Niblack Sarah Townsend made a trip Sunday -

Mrs. Frank Cothern and daugh- daughters, Anne and Kay, attended -I Marion Leydig R. H. Callahan I to Wauchula.

ters are visiting her brother, Duane the Everglades Fair in Belle Mary Markette r
Hazel Prewitt R. N. Smith
J Glade Saturday.Mrs. .
: Cox, in LaBelle for a few weeks. : I Jean Herring

Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln H. Phillips I I Leona Durrence, who has!II Dorothy Craig Grace Taylor J. H. Doty JD M. COUSECounselor

\ been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Foy!
have returned to Myers, after '
Fort Mignonne St. Martin Sue Robbins J. E. Beardsley and Attorney at Law
spending several months here where I ,Durrence for a few mouths, left

Mr. Phillips was employed duringthe Sunday for Fort Myers for a week's Christine Doty-Accompanist ?, 't., Hopkins Building
harvest season. visit'' before returning to her home Wednesdays and Saturdays

in Glenville, Georgia. : I Schedule: 9:30 to 4:00

Mir and Mrs. Donnie O. Dur- Clewiston Community 'Church, Easter Sunday 11:00 A. M.
rence and daughter, Gloria, of Fort Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Lanier and I
Myers, spent the week-end in Clew- Miss Lee Pridgen are moving into Punta Gorda Presbyterian Church, Easter Sunday 4:00 P. M. 1 B. MershonAGENT

iston I the home recently vacated by Mr.
visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Fort Myers Presbyterian Church, Easter Sunday 7:45 P. M.
Durrence.: and Mrs. Howard Warren. The

Warrens have returned to their Pahokee Methodist Church, Monday, April 18th 8:00 P. M.
) New York Life
L. E. Vause, of Williston, was, in home In Gainesville after residing i

Clewiston Tuesday campaigning for here during the harvest season. I ) Insurance CompanyARCADIA

Truman G. Futch
served to the following guests: i to lose Mildred Maarotti, who will
justice of the Supreme Court of Miss Viola Laird, who has been FLORIDA
'Mrs. D. G. Alston, ,Mrs. G. T. return to California after 'visiting:
Florida. employed at ,the canteen at the -
Augur, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. A. relatives in Tennessee.
sugar house this season, left Mon- I
R. Broadfoot, Mrs. M. 'W. Bigg, The second grade has lost sev-
Coburn Moore has returned to day for New Smyrna. She was accompanied NORGE REFRIGERATORSFurniture
Mrs. J. F. Curry, Mrs. Olin Carleton eral pupils-Beatrice, Sadie and
the University of Florida at Gaines- by Miss Ogie Arnetto,
Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. Norman Kressler have moved to and Home V-urnlshings
ville after spending a few days who visited friends there for several -
I Claude L. Downs, Mrs. G. E. Alabama and Dude Smith to Jack- "-
here with his mother, Mrs. J. W. days. ,. '1 I sonville. PHILCO RADIOS
Etherton, Mrs. B. C. Flaniken, Mrs.B. Jeanette Golden has 'mov
E. Herring, Mrs. S. W. Houser, ed to Albany, Georgia. However, Household
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bradley, Miss FurnishingsInc. -
Mrs. It.: R. Hall, Mrs. Fred I. Hill, the grade welcomes Oliver, Jack:
Mrs. R. P. Wainwright of Tam- Martha Hooker and Edgar Bergerof '
Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. R. H. and 'Junior Martinez'who have en- .
is Mr. West Palm Beach spent Satur-
pa visiting and Mrs. W. F.
Knight, Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Mrs. rolled from the first.grade.
with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. BELLE FLORIDA,
Nail, jr. and Miss Beth Nail. Mrs. day here GLADE.
Martha Ludekins, Mrs. William H. The, fifth grade haslost two
"' 1.inwright is a sister of Mr. and Hooker and attending the harvest I
Lanier, Mrs. Campbell E. Nell, Mrs. members, Mary Carlysle and Willie
Miss Nail. festival and dance of the United
Carawan Nelson, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Smith.
-- States Sugar corporation.Leon I I Mrs. W. W. 'Perry, Mrs. W. C. Billie Perry was absent from the J. S. CAMPBELL
Miss Eunice Meredith who has
Prewitt, Mrs. G. B. RackstrawMrs. sixth grade several days last week
been visiting her sister, Mrs. R; H. Ingram returned this week I
R. N. Smith, Mrs. T. B. Shel- due to illness. He is' able to be !Jeweler & Watch-maker
Rowan in Jacksonville for a few from Bainbridge Georgia, wherehe .
ley, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. El- back at school this week.
weeks, returned to her home here has been at the bedside of his
Friday. mother who is quite ill. The elder I' bert L. Stewart, Mrs.'G. B. Thomas, The Juniors has lost a very fine All Kinds of Jewelry Repairs
but Mrs. F. C. Taylor, Mrs. V. C. Woodward -! member, George Smith, who has
Mrs. Ingram is much improved
'"Ii" Mrs. 'F. M. Wright, and Mrs. moved to Georgia. Optical RepairsAT
"- Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Mooney, Mrs. Mrs. Leon Ingram remained with
M. E. Yenawine. Don Carlisle of the eighth grade
Bryan Stuart of Miami and Mrs. her and will return to Clewiston has moved to Alabama. CHRISTIAN'S BAUbER SHOP

Ivan Van Horn of Belle Glade were later.

week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs.J. RICHARD KNIGHT'S SLYTH



Mr. I and Mrs. Roy Alston and I 'R. H. Knight entertained a On Assault Charge Jfl.ORIDAm

daughters Harriett and Carol Joy, June Hooker celebrated her I 1 group of children at her home I I II

i> are spending a two weeks' vacation fourteenth birthday Friday evening :Monday afternoon in celebration of Charlie Jones, 22 and

.:.- at Fort Myers Beach. They are with a wiener roast at a picnic the sixth birthday of her son,I Watson, 16, _both negroes, have
i', ,visiting Mrs. Alston's sister Mrs. the ridge north of
grounds on Richard. Games and contests were been lodged in the Hendry county
f, Walter Jenkins. Clewiston. Picnic supper, impromptu enjoyed during the afternoon.] jail at LaBelle charged with rob- m m

-- music, singing and dancing oc- Prizes were won by Bevoly Flani- bery and assault to kill an aged WIl

,.:': Foster Meredith is leaving today upied the evening hours most de- ]ken, Charles Miner and Rachel darky known as F. C. ',Fritz Bare: ..W
:,:. for a business trip to Birmingham,
lightfuliy. Miner.
"" Beach bean picker after he was tiI ;
h ; Alabama. He will accompanied Included in the guests_ were Individual cakes in pastel colors knocked "in the head with an axe

[, by G. E. Smith, Sidney Hoover and Misses Barbara Smith Leah Rich- were served with ice cream to John Friday night thrown in a ditch mm

:: Werner Amrein. Mr. Amrein will aud, Renee Wethington, Julia Ann Schiffli, Sue Cornette; Amo Bald- close to Clewiston and robbed of
.: visit his home''' in Jacksonville. McGehee, Flqra Qi1 (blW
Oglesby, Runelle win, Bob Berner, Doris Cothern, $155 in cash. Fritz is in a serious

: Lee Haven, Lee Pridgen, Edythe Harry Vaughn, jr., Skippy Cothern, condition in the hospital at Clewis-
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson and : Nell Cornette, Beulah Guthrie, Emma Jane Ezelle, Joe Lyles, Joe ton. '*' IiI

f their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph l Florence Graham, Bobby Spicer, Schroeder, Kay Bowden, Jean Yena- David acuses Charlie of having J I iI (i1

i" M. Oliphant of Birmingham were Maxine Doty, Martha Nell Alston, wine, Gene Marshall, Vollney Robbins done the job, officers say, and that:
t" week-end visitors in Miami and Key Betty Hooks, Betty Creel, Laura Bob Smith, Billy Broadfoot I(I the money was to be split between
k West. Mr. and Mrs. Oliphant have Marie Robbinsand
and Betty Bailey, Anne Elizabeth Prewitt, ,Eleanor them. All live at Bare Beach camp
;, returned to their home in Birmingham Dickey Owen, Dick Patterson, VonMach, Gene Land Carol Augur, I

s after visiting the Wilsons for Ed VonMach, Billy Davis, Wilbur Dolores Smith, Glen Raines, Bevoly

ij: a week. McGehee, Pat McGehee, Carlton Flaniken, Shirley Benbow, Charles LaBELLENEVVS I
Prevatt, Morris Ford James Lolly, and Rachel Miner, Patsy Meredith, I
Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Flanders, Jim Holland, Edward Creel, andJ. Claire Jones and Carol Joe Alston. at th*
Mr. and :Mrs. J. M. Couse:' Miss: D. Hooker, Mr. and Mrs. Foy Individual Easter baskets with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sigler and

Bertha Gram, C. V. Parkinson of Durrence, Mrs. James Durrence, candy eggs and a tiny bunny or son, Bill were business visitors iiotelpotcicla:

Moore Haven and Mr. and Mrs. and Mr and Mrs. W. C. Hooker., chicken were distributed as favorsto Tuesday in Immokalee.W. .

Keathley Bowden enjoyed a pot- I the children. J. Myers and M. Dv 'Moon i
I luck supper and an evening of EASTER PARTY IS GIVEN BY 1 visited Tuesday morning in Fort 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll
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bridge at the home of Mr. and JOINT HOSTESSES FRIDAYMrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Cook of Palm Myers. .

).{ Mrs. W. F. Simpson Wednesday. Beach were week-end guests of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Small and With
fJ' I. M. Pafford and l\ rs.1 and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson. Mrs. Ella Carson made a trip Mon- Outside Rooms
' CLEWISTON COMMUNITY Keathley Bowden entertained with day afternoon to Fort Myers. Private Bath

,.. :-- CHOIR ENTERTAINEDThe a bridge and Michigan party at the Clera A. Davis was a business
r home of Mrs. Bowden Friday af- School News- visitor Monday night in Fort My- COOL, CLEAN, QUIET

I I Clewiston Community Choir ternoon. An Easter motif was car-
ers.G. Overlooking Biscayne Bay
L were entertained informally at the ried out in the decorations and re- L. Ash, Merville Manley, Roger -

I parsonage in Moore Haven' Wednesday freshments, (Continued from Page 4) Miller, C. A. Davis and Earl Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and

I Il evening following their Mrs. W. C. Owen won high score Clewiston students. Lamb spent Monday evening in Business Section.
i presentation of the cantata, "The I at brfdge and received a lovely The subject for debate is Re- Fort Myers.

i / Crucifixion," at the Methodist vase; Mrs. R. N. Smith, with second I solved: That all federal work relief Mrs. Lillian Turner spent tare: HATES

F Church. high score, received a set of should be abolished. The program week-end in Tampa with her son- ,

Attending were Rev. and Mrs. colored pottery plates. Mrs. T. B. l will begin at 2 o'clock and in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.),

,r : r l F. C. Taylor, J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. Shelley, whose score was nearest I the public is cordially invited. Stanley Lanier. ;' $1.50 Single

I I Joe Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. the average score of the afternoon, James Newcomb left Saturdayfor $2.50 DoubleSpecial
Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Doty,! was presented with a pottery honey CLASS NOTES: Houma, La., for an extended
I Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. jar and Mrs. J. F. Curry was con- visit with his son-in-law and daughter -

Blanche Turner, Mrs. J. G. Niblack, soled with a pottery vase. Mrs. P. Bobby McDaniel of Bonita Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Chauvin.Mr. Family, Weekly &

Miss Mary Markette, Mrs. B. 33. C. Taylor won a casserole with! Springs, Margie and H. M. Dixon and Mrs. E. L. Williams And Monthly Rates

.. Herring, Miss Dorothy Craig, Mrs. plate as holder of. high score at the: of Moore Haven, have enrolled in family have moved to Belmont
W. C. Owen, Miss Marion Leydig, Michigan table, I the first grade. Charles Bracewellhas park and are at nome in the house S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor

Mrs, W, M. Prewitt, F, M, Wright A congealed salad course with' gone to make his home in Pen- owned by Mrs. Frances Small, ':'"- '' \- '

and R, H, ClJnRn, m rh UM and! .an, j Jc.efl drjnk way sacpl The first grade alsp rerec Mrs, Claude RobertE E) and son, ", "'... .

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4 r..S
o< r
A. .3. s
Wise and

4: D /a', -v-
is said yawning is a signof
A ,
t !
- unpunctuality. Well, as a
#' < b / .tJ' .v + '4L 'rlr s3 // /r. ,! r/ Y ,rule, it's 'behind 'hand.

.t S + :I .n4'c a/ no zt b yb. : l'/ 9r3' '/// Necessities are the things we
do without while we're payingthe

installments on the luxuries.A .

professor says that all
great fairy tales have been cre-
ated by men. Married men?

Soft soap 'is sometimes the
best cure for dirty looks.

SYNOPSISJames lence, a silence which seemed, privacy. You'll love it, Nora, once The revolting cobwebs vanished as Easy money has the swiftest
somehow, alive with tears A you get the hang of things; and I'll if by magic while Nora was hunt- wings.At .

Lambert tries in vain to dissuadehis closing door do the cooking. Cooking is one of ing through her luggage for some least one woman can

marrying beautiful Don foster Mason-daughter.. young Leonora"rolling, from It was ten years before James my real accomplishments, as you'll costume suited to the task in hand. claim that her husband always
stone." He tells' her, "Unless a house Is heard her voice again.CHAPTER soon find out." "But I didn't realize the crying works steadily. She married a
founded upon a rock, it will not survive." "Which sounds," she laughed, "as need ofaprons in the life of a mar tightrope walker.
Leonora the Influence of her half
brother. suspects Ned always Jealous of the girl VI if you doubted that it's one of ried woman," :she admitted withchagr'
since the day his father brought her home mine!" n. "Where ,are the, towels,
from the deathbed of her mother, aban Nora their arrivalat Don? I do share if
doned by her Italian baritone lover. Don They went to Maine. never forgot Perhaps can my
arrives in the midst of the argument, and "It's the first time I can remem- "the shack" next afternoon.It I pin one 'round me. l' mustn't

between Lambert the realizes two. the Sitting frank up understanding late into the ber," Don told his bride, "when I had been raining all day; and spoil my wedding gown'; you know" CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
night. Lambert reviews the whole story, of haven't been crazy to get aboard a though rain was needed to cool the "I'll say you mustn't j" Don
Nora as a child, at boarding school. studying boat and see things-new thingsplaces air, it added neither cheer nor com- swung down from step-ladder to
music abroad, meeting Don on the return -
trip. In the morning he delivers his I've dreamed of. I don't understand fort to the atmosphere of that one- embrace his Nora with -all the ardor -
ultimatum, to give Don a job with Ned fora myself, Nora. Is it only time fish house, long unoccupied, of, a brand new,* husband.
year's showdown. When Nora with suggeststhe Don because I'm so let down? All I want covered with dust and cobwebs, stifling "When you say 'wedding gown,'
possibility of running away
Lambert threatens disinheritance. Don now is to escape from this heat now with the accumulated heatof woman, it sends a delicious shiverup CHICKSChicks
agrees to the Job, but before a month is and turmoil-to lie on my back in weeks. my spine. And don't you worry

over night his, he nerves is too are tired Jumpy to go, he out cannot much sleepat with the cool woods and look up at the If James Lambert's pampered about the lack. of aprons. Jim'Per- from Purina Embryo Fed Eggs

Nora. Nora soothes him with her music. sky, or watch big waves roll in on a daughter needed discipline, she gotit kins' general store up at'the Port priced.Bloodtested Ideal State Hatchery approved., Fayettevllle Reasonably, Ga.
Nora grows quieter, and broods over Don, hard beach. I've got to do some- in the moment when her new supplies every'need in the life of a
complains to her father of Ned's spying on
him and decides that rather than see Don's thing like that, dear, until this fiend husband unlocked the door and modern housewife from bathing
spirit broken, she will run away. She urges ish alarm clock stops ringing in my thrust her hurriedly inside out ofa suits to vanity cases. The towelsare PHOTOGRAPHY I
her ment.father James to put Lambert an end is to obdurate the futile and experi an ears. I'll admit it scares me. ,Let's driving rain; and it is to Nora's or were anyhow, in a bureau:
gry. Lambert tells her that if Don quits she go to Maine." everlasting credit that Don did not drawer;; but this filthy job is mine!" O PHOTO FINISHING:

will with quit her.with He him adds: that that he if she will tires be through of her "But your hard-saved thousandwill suspect the consternation that The'sun broke through the cloudsat E-c TWO FREE.Eight.genuine Ra-

bargain it will be useless to come to him for melt away so fast at a hotel, surged through her loyal heart. The last, and with its cheerful rays and two beautiful
help. Later Don and Nora discuss the situ Don," objected Nora with new-born charm of the place which she was streaming in at the open casement, ENLARGEMENTS 5x7enlargementswith
ation. Don to buck and take each roll for
life more calmly.promises"We'll stick up It out" caution. to know later, was wholly lost amid the oil stove,seemed less dismayingthe e 251 coin. Send your next roll and receive
he says. With the,coming of spring, Don is Don glanced at her, so sweet, so the gloom and darkness of that lack of running water some- our free"fully colored enlargement"offers.

full long of walks unrest at night.and wanderlust One evening, and a takes poor young, so infinitely precious, and .stormy day. thing that: could be endured-for a STAR PHOTO STUDIOS,La Crosse,Wis.
girl speaks to him and in his pity for her. for the first time in his twenty- Don having'seen the room with time, at least! After all, nothing
he gives her money. A car passes at that seven care-free years, a sense of sunlight dancing across its worn old"On mattered except this chance to help
moment, Sashes headlights and moves on.
A terrific heat wave ushers in the summer, responsibility crept over him-responsibility Don back to his normal, sunny self,
and Nora refuses to go to the country with for Nora's happiness.. F' yl %I') thought Nora nothing, perhaps, One After Another"Oh
meanwhile, insinuates to
her father. Ned
his father about Don's evenings away from "It's more than ,a thousand now," 'save the' parting with her father. what a time we had! I
Nora, but Lambert refuses to listen. Mean answered gravely. "Have you l'Mt': The sadness of that parting still just don't know how I ever carrie
while, Don broods over the undermining of
forgotten that I've been holding hovered near, when after a
his morale. At the height of the heat wave, supperof through! First I got an angina
when Don''is finding everything insupportable down a steady job?,And a hotel isn't t bread and milk ("The first bread pectoris, and then pneumonia, followed -
Ned speaks of having the goods on necessary, is it-even on one's hon- and milk supper I've had since I by arterio sclerosis and
him, him give a girl -
having seen money.
When Ned scoffs at the true story of the eymoon? You see, there's a place I was six years olaf"! admitted Nora) phthisis, after which they gave me
episode. Don knocks him down, and is can take you-a studio belonging toa they tramped a half mile up the hypodermics. Then I had barely
through. He calls Nora. New York artist. You've heardme beach, and from'a sand dune saw a recovered from these when I got

speak of Ven, Nora.- .,He's abroad full moon rise out of the sea. Sit- tuberculosis, with appendicitis

CHAPTER V-Continued just now; but I'm always at libertyto ting there quietly, watching that ,followed by tonsillotomy. Yes; indeed
-?- go there. Besides: .." (a smile ever widening path of gold, hear- it was the hardest spellingtest

Would her father leave it just as sprang into his expressive eyes) "it ing the soft, low murmur of break: I've ever had.-Pathfinder

it was, she wondered-just as they'd happens to hold the 'worldly goods' ing waves, Don felt that his cup of Magazine.
furnished it together for her six- with which I've recently endowedmy joy was running over. He said,
teenth birthday? James was fastidi- wife, and perhaps she'd like the drawing the girl closer: "Happy,
ous'about such things. It was the chance to look 'em over!" beloved?"
one point on which they never Nora laughed at the idea; but r "Happy," said Nora. NERVOUS ?

clashed. What a time they had had questioned, not without curiosity: He turned to search'her face its

over her rose-tiled bathroom! Her "What sort of worldly goods, Don?" the growing brightness, conscious of Are Do you feel cross BO nervous and irritable you want Do.to scream?
you scold
father had fussed. Each fixture "Just wait and see, young lady! a reservation in the'answer; and, those dearest to you?
must be the finest-the most perfect he responded. "Honestly,' Nora, Icouldn't loving her greatly, Don understood. PINKHAM'S If your nerves VEGETABLE are on edge, try COMPOUND.LYDIA E.

The antique bed they had get along without that forget your father for a It often helps Nature calm quivering nerves.
picked up at an auction in the country shack. When I'm 'over the' hills and little while," he told her. ,"For you another For three how generations to go "smiling one woman through"has with told

How he had glowed over the far away' and happen to stumble on to worry won't help him now, Nora; Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It
satin-smooth mahogany-dear Dad! something too beautiful to resist, I and-and it hurts you." ing helps the Nature discomforts tone up from the system the functional, thus lessen disorders -
As for the rug-they had huntedthe simply ship it to Maine (provided I The fingers clasping his own which women must endure.
city over for that rug. It must have sufficient cash to buy the Make a note NOW to get a bottle of world- !
little. )
tightened a famous Pinkham's Compound today WITH- ...
be Oriental, James insisted, yet it thing!) and the-er-retired fisher- y ', ht "But he's suffering, Don. It OUT FAIL from your druggist-more than a ,. ;
must blend with the soft rose hang- man who looks after ,the place for j- million women have written in letters reporting
would be cruel if I forgot that alto- benefit.
ings at the windows. They had Ven, stores it away. gether. I wonder-" Why not try LYDIA: E. PINKHAM'S
found it at last: an exquisite Per- "I never heard of a retired fisher- VEGETABLE COMPOUND?
sian that might have been woven man before, my dear. I thought Nora, tell me I'm-. not "Yes?" he urged after a silence.
for a queen's boudoir. Even Nora, those salty specimens kept right on dreaming." "Would you mind if-if.I wrote to
thoughtless about money, had fishing until ,they drowned! And this : him once in a while, dear?" Irrational Hate }

blinked at the price; and her, father studio you mention sounds like a floor never realized just how it "Why should I mind, Nora?" We hate some persons because'
do not know them and
had laughed at her. storage warehouse. Have you left a looked to Leonora. In that first mo- "But-he's unjust to you, Don. Ter- will not know them because; we

Well, that was over! The girl took space where your friend the artist ment she wanted to cry out: "Oh, ribly, terribly unjust. I couldn't hate them-Colton. we
one long look and turned away. It can set up his easel?" Don, we can't stay here! Not now have you feel that I wasn't loyal." ; i

was so dreadful to go without fare- Don smiled. anyway!" To one reared in the soft "Oh, my dear! Haven't you givenme
wells. Even dear Martha Berry "He doesn't need it. Three years lap of luxury, such a proceeding proof of your loyalty? Write to
James Lambert's housekeeper, who, ago he bought an island farther up seemed well nigh impossible. In- your father of course, if it will make MOTHERS, ATTENTION! If
Nora believed, loved her as devotedly the coast, and has a bully place deed, the words of protest were on you happier. Who am I to deny your child has WORMS the
as any mother, had left that there. If I'd let him, Nora, Ven her lips, when, glancing up quickly him the comfort of' your letters? best remedy to drive them out j
morning to oversee the opening of would give me the shack outright." in dismay, she saw her hus- He's got only the shadow-poor is Dr. Peery's "Dead Shot"
the country house How still everything "Why should he, Don? Is the man band's face. man-while I have the substance! Vermifuge: Good for grownups

,.seemed as she went down- indebted to you?" And it was a transfigured face. Yes/write, even if you receive no an- also. 50c a bottle at drug

stairs! "As still," she murmured, "He seems to think so; thoughit's It was the face of a tired small swers. He's angry now; but he'll gists or Wright's Pill Co., 100
"as if someone had just died here." utter nonsense, of course. I boy who has reached home. It treasure those letters just the Gold St.,..New York, N. Y.
Nora paused then, hand on the had the luck to save his oldest girl brought a lump into Nora's throat.It same."
latch and said: "Good-by dear, dar- from drowning; but it was all in brought swift tears into her eyes. Not for years was Don to know
ling home. Good-by. I will come the day's work and his gratitudewas how true a prophecy that was.
throwing open a case- ,
back-some day ." the only reward I wanted. ment window at the back: "Isn't Nora wrote next day, wrote as 60c / EOL S 51.20 !

... Her eyes were wet with tears You've seen Ven's work, Nora. "He this wonderful, Nora? The view on she might have a year before, ignoring -
did those marvelous murals in-
when, a moment later, she told the a clear day is simply marvelous. utterly their tragic parting. \
"Not Carl Venable? gasped Leo-
chauffeur to drive her to JamesLambert's Isn't that fireplace a corker? It "Dad dear, we're here on the
nora. "Don't tell me the Ven you'vetalked
office. takes in a four-foot log-not that coast of Maine, occupying a studioit IIA"'O
about so casually is he?
Don never heard the story of that "The very same, lady." Don one wants to consider fires just ( goes by the classy name of Brings Blessed Relief
interview, but, knowing his girl, he grinned at her surprise. "1 was now! But we'll cool off soon as the 'shack'!) that belongs to a ''friend from aches and pains of

understood that she could not talk coast guard down there one sum- air blows through here. Lucky the of Don's, Carl :Venable, whose work RHEUMATISMNEURITIS
about it. For James in his anger Didn't rain's not coming from all direc- you think so wonderful. It's a dar-
mer. you know it?
had been unjust, the first time in Nora sighed helplessly. tions as I've seen it do. We'll have ling place, right on the dunes with a bottle and. Why LUMBAGOTry Suffer?

all their years together. At the last "Some day, my dear, I'll ask fora things snug long before bedtime, the broad ,Atlantic for a front yard, 7ATALLSGOODiDllU.G; STORES'WNU ; '
Nora had said, her face curiously list of the things you haven't and-" and a glimpse of pine covered hills 'I
colorless she stood with her He turned her close hun- I'm the
as back been. It would be considerably caught behind us. out .on tiny -7 15-38
against the door: shorter than one of those you have. grily. "Oh, Nora, tell me I'm not porch (just big enough to hold ft 1'

"You are mistaken, Father. 1 am And does this shack you mention dreaming! It's so heavenly to be bridal couple, Dad!)\breathing in s j
not ungrateful. I have been thoughtless contain the creature comforts? The away from all that clamor-to be huge lungfuls of cool, salt air, and I SentinelsDon't jI
sometimes, but I have never subject interests me." where it's quiet-to be back here, hoping you're not suffocating in the I
dearest with you-with !" And from the delicious odor
been ungrateful. Please believe Don closed his eyes a moment you city. '
that. I love you-terribly, perhapsmore trying to see things with Nora's vi And what could a loving woman issuing from within, I judge that Neglect Them!
than I ever did before. It sion. Then he said dubiously: say to that? the fish chowder my husband (!)
Nature designed the kidneys to do a
kills something in me to go. like "I've always thought it a wonderful has promised me for dinner, is in :marvelous job. Their task is to keep the
this-leaving you angry. But you No hardships or inconveniencesare the making. It's a relief to find hima flowing blood stream free of an excess of
dear but 1
place you-Well,
toxic impurities. The act of living-Ufa
have Ned, who is almost your whole can't quite see how it will look to ever so hard and inconvenient good cook, Father. Otherwise we itself is constantly producing waste
world, Father; and Don has no one There's an oil stove for cook- to man, as they are to woman. In might suffer from starvation or in- matter the kidneys must remove from
the blood if good health is to endure.
but me. Try after I'm gone, won't ing, and water piped to the back that moment Nora grasped this'first digestion or something. Why in the When the kidneys fail to function as
you, to see my side of it? Betweenus door, if you call that comfort. Ven lesson she was to learn of mar- world didn't you send me to cook. Nature that intended there is retention of
waste may cause body-wide dis-
all we have done something to used it only for a studio. Originally riage, and was forever thankful thatno ing school instead of college?, tress. One may suffer nagging backache
Don-hurt him unspeakably. He's it was an old fish house, I be- word of hers had cast a shadowon (TO BE CONTINUED) getting persistent up headache nights,,attacks swelling of, dizziness puffiness: ,
lost faith in himself, and I've got lieve." Don's happiness.For under the eyes-feel tired,nervous, all

to help him get it back. Withoutmy Though the girl's heart sank at things were not so bad as Kipling's AutographsThe worn Frequent out. scanty or burning passages
help he might never get it back, this description, one wouldn't have she had feared. Slipping into a late Rudyard Kipling once may be further evidence of Kidney or
Father And I love him as you guessed it from her instant: "Why paint-stained smock discovered in a was asked by his grocer to pay his bladder recognized disturbance.The and. treatment
once loved my mother. Can't you that sounds fine, Don! Is it close to closet, Don declared cheerfully that bills by check. Mr. Kipling did so, Is a diuretic medicine j to help the kidneys I
remember that, Dad, and-and failed he could noticed the checks ret rid of excess poisonous body waste
understand the ocean? when all else alwaysearn then never came use Doan'i Pills They have had more
?" His eyes brightened at this care- their living as a houseman.: back from the bank. He investigated than forty years of public approval.Are
Silence. A broad back turned to fully simulated enthusiasm."As It, was amazing how rapidly he did found the butcher was sellingthe Doan'i.endorsed Sold the at country all drug over.stores.Insist on

her. near as it can be and not get away with all that dust. And what checks as autographs. Since
"I-1 am going now, Father washed away in winter; yet it's far seemed stranger still to the bewil- the author rarely autographed any t
Won't-won't you say good-by?" enough from the beach where the dered bride, he appeared to derive thing, his name on a check was tit}
And still only that dreadful si summer people bathe to give us pleasure from the performance! worth more than the check itself!


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Tuberculosis fej FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER I repairing: buildings, etc.
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STEWART ELECTED ( District No. 1. Hendry County I H. J. Oglesby; R.C.. NowlIng; .
I :Mrs.! H. C. Avant; H. C. Avant;I the Mrs. Homer Taylor, a member of ,(;),
Not Inherited This will announce my candidacy .1. E. Beardsley; Malcolm W. Bigg; Hcndry of Public Instruction of ,
for W. W. Perry R. Y. Patterson County, Florida, moved the
re-election to the office of County ; ; W. adoption
of the
SECRETARY OF NEW Ccmmlssloncr from District No. C. Prewitt; E. E. Kelley; Elbert L., which foregoing resolution,
I 1, Hendry county, subject to the Stewart: ; G. II. Small; M. Crochet;I Roy Messer motion, a was member seconded by Mr
1 \ ,lIt Democratic primary. May 3rd. Frances M. Small; A. O. Ward; L. of of the Board
I My record Is C. Rosenberg; Fred llenrickson; John Public Instruction of Hendry
my platform. Your
ROUTE 19 ASSN.Story vote will be appreciated.D. Elmore; Peter Chagaris; B. E. Nall, dilly and having been
Sr. Mrs H. J. put was unanimously carried.
I G. Alston. ; Oglesby; H. A. Bes-
(Paid Pol. Adv.) tor; W C. Owen; F. D. Duff; R' G. Chairman of the Beard and
QSl George; Keathley Bowden; T. J. Superintendent were Instructed and
FOR SCHOOL HOARD MEMUL2RClow GeIger; C. M. Christian; G. L. Can- authorized to prepare the form of
Courtesy of J. E. Worthington Iton DlHtrlctI trell; Harry H. Turner: Dorothy D. ballot directed for said election and were also
Lako Wales Highlander Turner; Joe Griffin; O. F. Rchiffll, by motion duly made sec-
M. D.; G. H. George; Dan B. Allen; onded and carried, to cause a notice
I am a candidate for the Hendry of said election in addition to the
G. E.
Etherton; W. A. Goff :M.' D.
Delegates from six of the eight is carried Into healthy ; I County Board of Public Instruction Bledsoe; E. M. Cornette; Mrs.; DaveG. foregoing resolution, to be published
Florida counties lying along Route from the Clewiston district, subject Alston; J.. G. Ni black; A. W. in the Clewiston News for four con-
family by someone tivho: to the Democratic primary In May. Sias; Mrs. A. W. Slas; A. W. Law- secutive weeks as required by law.
No. 19, extending from Leesburgto spreads it. I IAjcareless Your vote and active support will rence; Mrs. A. W. Lawrence; C. H. M. E. Von Mach, Chairman
Miami, met at the Jacaranda be appreciated. Berner; Mrs. C. H. Berner; :Mrs. R. S. A. Graves, Supt. and Secr'y.
C. E. Miner. Louis O. Gravely, Attorney.
Hotel, Avon Park, Tuesday after- (Paid Pol. Adv.) C. NowlingDave Alston; Marion F.
Leydig; Viola F. Owen; I. A. Mc-
noon, forming Rotite No. 19 Asso- Gehee; L. M. McGehee; Mrs. Thos.

ciation, the purpose of which is to' l TO TilE COUNTY VOTERS ATTORNEY OF IICNURY I B. Shelley; M. H. Crouch; Mrs. M.
COUNTY H. Crouch; :Mrs. Keathley Bowden;
promote building of the road, l .If : I Edith L. Rackstraw; Dr. J. W.i j jI
you elect me your Ccunty At-
electing officers, adopting by-laws, torney I promise to give you the very I Ezelle; .Mrs. GB.. Thomas; R. C.
Wilson: Jewell Hooker; W, C. Hooker -
for construction. best service of which I am capable '
and laying plans Good
in the interest of cur County. : ; John J. Ketti; W. C. Kolstad. 'Farm.Land
John L. Fahs, mayor of Lees- Appreciating" the indorsement given -: The Board of Public Instructionof
Hendry County having, duly con
burg, who called the meeting, was "' me for County Attcrney of Hendry 1
sidered the petition and discussedthe .
spreader is likely > County by the large number of
of the association, same, and being of the opinion
made president
to infect somebody else. ] votes in which my name was written I
that it was to the best interest of
on the ballots In the
with Uncle Joe Peeples, of General ,
the public free schools of
tion In 1936, I hereby tender Hendry
Haven, vice-president and Representative 1 I 'j didacy for County Attorney of my Elec-1 County, Florida and of Special Tax
p ... \ // School District No. 7 of Hendry
Elbert L. Stewart, of ry County subject tc your approval
"' ,... ,", in the Democratic Primary ,Election, Ccunty, Florida, being fully advisedas for Rent
Clewiston, secretary. Mr. Fahs call- .;; on May 3rd, 1938. to the needs of the public free
ed the group to order and askedR. ---- --- c I shall greatly appreciate your schools in said district, and particu-
vote, help and support. larly in the town of Clewiston, locat-
B. Leopold of Tampa to read i I 'H. A. Rider ed in said district, and it appearing'
a preliminary set of by-laws. They I i i (Pd. Pol. Adv.) to the Board of Public Instruction I
of Hendry County, Florida, that said
provide for a voluntary assocIa- A petition was in proper form and sub- I I >

tion, expenses to come from volun- / LEGAL stance, and that the same was signed -
NOTICES I II by. more than twenty-five percentof
tary contributions, with a board of j' the duly qualified electors

directors composed of one from ; ing within said Special Tax resid-I
NOTICE OF ANNUAL District and that said
OF TrespassersWill
each county the road traverses. I LANDOWNERS OF SUGARLAND forth in general' terms the amountof

After adding a clause that the as- DRAINAGE DISTRICT bonds desired to be Issued and
Notice Is hereby given that, the purpose thereof, and that the I Be
should not any pur- j
sociation sponsor i'
suant to call of the Board of SuperVisors proceeds derived from the sale of ,
advertising drive for funds, the of Sugarland Drainage District such bonds shall be used for the purposes '.
by-laws were adopted. Groups from I i the annual meeting cf the set forth in said petition: ProsecutedClewiston
i Landowners of Sugarland Drainage RESOLUTION
the six counties represented cau- District for the year 1938 will be held WHEREAS, A petition has been
cused and selected the following at the office of said District in the filed with the Board of Public Instruction -
I City Hall Building at Clewiston, of Hendry County, Florida, '
as county directors of Route 9 Hendry County, Florida on Tuesday, signed by more than 25 percent of,,
Association: May 3, 1938 at ten o'clock A. M.. the duly qualified electors residing
iro Eastern Standard Time, for the pur- within Special Tax School District
Lake, Mayor John L. Fahs, Lees- poses of: No.7, Hendry County, Florida and I

burg; Polk:, Henry H. True, Lake: Electing ,one supervisor for a term WHEREAS, The said petition has
of three years. been carefully considered by the
Wales; Highlands, Judge Selwyn 2-Receiving annual report and tak-I Board of Public Instruction of Hen-I

C. Ives, Sebring; Glades, J. II. ing such action with respect dry County. Florida, and it appearsto And
thereto as landowners the best interest of the public Realty
may -I
Moore Haven Hendry, Once tuberculosis
Peeples, ; gains a : and free schools of Hendry County. Flcr-

Representative Elbert L.. Stewart foothold in a household It may 3-Transtacting such other business ida, and said Special School District

Clewiston; Broward, not repre- spread within the family. The as may come before the meet- that said petition be granted, and DevelopmentCorporation
ing.BOARD bonds be issued for the purposes
sented; Palm Beach, not represented father is sick and spreading OF SUPERVISORS therein requested now

; Dade, Henry I. Mossbarger disease. The mother has become OF SUGARLAND DRAINAGE THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED
DISTRICT.By That the Board of Public Instructionof
:Miami. Headquarters will be at infected. One child la : F. D. Duff, President. Hendry County, Florida for and
Leesburg. sick. The second child Is in Dated: April 1, 1938. in behalf of said Special Tax School

good health and the third April 14. 21. District No. 7 of, Hendry County,
After the directors were named, '
Florida determine that it is to the i
Mr. Leopold spoke of what might' child shows evidence of .a NOTICE best interests of the public free|I'
healed infection. this Notice is hereby given that a Spe- schools of Hendry County, Florida
be done by the association to ex- cial election will be held at the usual and of said Special Tax School Dis-

pedite the building of the road. I voting place in Clewiston, Florida trict No.7, that said bonds be issuedin
within Special School Tax District the principal sum of Fifty Thousand -
The immediate thing is to push the opponents had criticized hin I. Number Seven Hendry County. Florida -I (50000.00 dollars which said

getting of rights of way. Every because the law giving small old i on the 17th day of May A. D. I bonds be dated July 1st, A. D. 1938.
1938 for the purpcses of electing bear interest at the rate of 6 percentper
county was urged to see that its age pensions required a lien on three trustees for said Special School annum, payable semi-annually on

county commissioners appropriate the homes of recipients. He stated Tax District to serve for two years I I.the 1st day of July and the 1st day
and for the further of of each and ,
purpose of January every year
money to help in getting this done. that this was a' state law. passedby I mining the amount of millage and that said bonds be payable at

The survey from the end of the the 1935 session of the Legis- assessed by said Special deter-I I the Chasf National Bank in the Cityof
District for the next two years. New York, and be numbered from
:Mall at Avon Park to Lake Placidis lature and ,
a photostatic Notice is further given that the 1 tc 50 Inclusive each bond to be for |
not yet .announced, but willJ\ copy of the bill enlarged so that following have been appointed as I one thousand 1000.00 dollars anJJ I
election officials to conduct said that the bonds mature jis
soon. In Highlands county the the Governor's signature. "Everyone
election Viz Mrs Beryl Bowden, Mrs. to-wit: fOllOWS'1 ,
general opinion is that this survey knows who was Governor of Josephine; Wright :Mrs.; Hazell Two Thousand ($2 000.00)
itt Inspectors' and Mrs. Edith 1st of years, A. D. 1941 to 1965 inclusive ChooSe
will bring the road in through the Florida in 1935" Mr. Pepper'said.He straw Clerk. prew-I ,

city of Lakeland running along added that this section of the M. E.. VON BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED:

Lake Shore drive through the city law was not being enforced the Chairman. I That an election be and the same Is I h
by LOUIS 0. GRAVELY, hereby called, for the purpose of determining a Taday
of Sebring.Mr. present administration and prob- Attorney.ATTEST whether or not the said ,

Leopold and others pointedout ably would not be. S. A. GRAVES, I bonds shall be issued as requested
Supt. in said petition and that said elec-
that when 19 is constructed 3 Mr. Pepper stated that he favored -' April 15, 22. 29; May C, 13. i'tion' be held within the said Special I. THE average American family that

a full sized two lane highway It.. Tax School District on the 17th day does not own their own home has i.,:
a plan of crop insurance to, aid I RESOLUTION AND CALL I<'oli AN of May, A. D. 1938 and that for the l -
will take a great deal of traffic I the farmers and was working toward ELECTION ON MAY IT, 10:18.: purpose of holding; said election the I actually paid enough rent to have

away from No. 1. People will go Resolution And Call For Election To following inspectors and clerk bet I bought a home. Start being thrifty
the passage Nof such legisla- Authorize An bottle of ,;0,000.00i appointed within the said Special with YOUR
to Miami on one road ( and return I lion at this time. i Bonds II- Special Tax School Dis Tax. School District in Hendry coun- ) rent money today, and
on the other. Some engineers esti- i riot No. 7 Ilendrj Count', Flor- ty, Florida. let us help you choose and financea
A brief review of the administrative -i i Ida. INSPECTORS: Mrs. Beryl Bowden; home that
mate that as much as 40 percentof be, OWNtit.
The Honorable Board of Public Instruction Mrs. Josephine Wright; Mrs. Hazel yours.a
traffic will be taken off from program was made, and the of Hendry Bounty, Florida Prewitt. I next home you PAY FOR! ,_
Senator named some of the many met in regular session in their office CLERK: Mrs. Edith Rackstraw.:
No. 1.Several. '
at the court house in LaBelle DEPUTY: T. E. :Markette. .
which had been
projects completedin
speakers urged that Florida, on April 2, 1938 with Chair- And that said election be held in
the state during his term of of- man M. E. Von Mach presiding, and the usual voting place in said pre- Clewiston federal
work be
pushed on the road, among members Mrs. I in the
fice. He also commented the Homer Taylor and Mr. cinct, and as provided gen-
them H. I. Mossbarger of Dade. on Roy Messer present. eral election law of the State of
proposed bill which will loan a billion The petition of the taxpayers pfi I Florida.
Jvey Futch of Lake Placid Gilbert
and Loan
Special RESOLVED Savings
and half to small business men Tax School District No. 71 BE IT FURTHER :
Leach of Leesburg, and others. Hendry County, Florida, was. read That this resolution be published In
without interest and said that he toll< ws.. to-wit the Clewiston News a newspaper oft I
could be reasonably sure of its PETITION to the Honorable' Board i general circulation, published inl!I AssociationAdvertisement
of l'ubhc Instruction of Hendry I Hendry County Florida fcr /four I

Young people- passage. County, Florida.We .
the undersigned qualified free 1
holder electors of Special School Tax
.- District number seven Hendry Coun-
(Continued from ty Florida. DO HEREBY PETITION
page 1) Paid Political Advs.To The Board of Public Instruction of

punch and cookies. Hendry County, Florida to call a

Among those attending were: Special Election in said Special School
Tax District to determine if said
From Canal Point, Elmer Ever- The Democratic Voters of Hcndry District shall issue and sell Fifty I

ett, Carolyn ,Jane Hudson, Kathryn County Thousand Dollars in Bonds for the
purpose of building, furnishing and 1
Taylor, Rev. and Mrs. Soaper I IT

and others. From Lake Harbor, hereby .nnoun myself as -----
didate for re-election to the position!
Mrs. C. M. Larrick, Virginia Lar- of county attorney,. and being VOTE rcrz;'
rick, Mrs. Merriam, Mary and Democrat I of course anounce
Muriel {" oindidacy subject to the action of D. STUAR ; (;..H.J..t'SCAND.UTE
Bentley, the Democratic Primary.I Paid For By Friends of Eugene S. Matthews

Boye Bishop, G. L. Royal; Evadene stand solely on my record as

Moree, Ralph Bishop, Crawford ccunty attorney and as a Democrat
and invite the voters attention to
Royal, Catherine McKay, Bertha .,the fact that during my term of C p ......... ...................... .,
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Perkins, Gladys Eldon, Polly Grant, office not one single illegal expenditure :_':N:N:0.i' :N:N.N:N:N:N:H:N:N.N:N:":":" :":":":':":":":":N:N.. : : : : : : :t:
by the county commissioners or -
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James Grant, Dan Beardsley, Edna the board of Instruction has '
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Henderson, Vernon Henderson and been found by the state auditing dl'rt''I'1ent :..t. 't'.t. .ti -
Floy Prevatt. .,:\ illes-.il as exnendltuies contrasted made to hundredsof duiine Y; SUPREMECOURT ::i..: :*:: CLYDE H. WILSON ::: :i!: \

From South Bay and Belle the term. of'my opponent (see 1928"H't : I
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Glade, Edith Ally, -Mary Louise ) !. .
of SarasotaYOUII ; ::
These records are open to the pub- ; I
Jeffries, Jessie McLeod and others. lic and I earnestly invite an inspec- Group : Hh4 :' .

From Clewiston, Rev. F. C. Tay- tion of same. 't" :: .;.
lor Mrs. Leah All I ask Is that the voters use the + One :: :!: ,,.G t, rr / *! ';-
Spicer, Roberta .
same judgment as they would were '

Spicer, ,Mrs.Kathryn J. J.and Graham Florence, Sally Graham ney.Your they personally vote and employing influence an will attor-be .:i: ::: $iV STATE ATTORNEYf:.t.:: :'t' ,,: .

Graham, Betty and Laura Bailey, appreciated. .. ..;!. 12TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT .;. :::

Dick Patterson, Bill Owen, Dick Respectfully, I; :t: -;-
Owen, Evelyn Schultz, James U. ( Political Advertisement) _.: ?! (Paid Political Advertisement) +_ :s:
Owens=, William Johnson .t.
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Prevatt, Jimmy Holland, Jimmy FOR nEPRESI'INTATICE ." :":" :":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":':":":":": : : :

Hall, Beulah Guthrie, Francis

Wright, Lee Pridgen, Edythe Nell In making my announcement for

Cornetle, Marie Robbins and H. '-election< to the Tfousp of Repr! : s JU YICE
'tentatlves from Hentlrv: County sub
Quillan. loot to the Demdcratlc Primary of "' OF THE
May 3, I wish to 'state that if I am
re-elected I will continuo my efforts
Pepper Spoke for the benefit of the County.
I am particularly interested in the
welfare of the Public Schools, and
the completion cf Road building pro- saoao rwoDemocratic
(Continued From jects now under construction, care of ..
Pace One)
the aged or any other matter con- Pr17.1 y93d
on his oPPosition'and that was in cerning the county and its citizens.I .
shall appreciate the support and Twenty-Five Active Voart Expcrnnco in lSCer .
regard to the present old age pension influence of every citizen and voter.I >...,..' r.,,tt.co e.t L0 I '.
plan. He stated that one t-t Elbert L. Stewart. (Pd. Political Adv.)
(Paid! Pol. Adv.. i .

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