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 22, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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I i I H. W son of Sarasota, Clewiston Garden Club will .

TUESDAY AT SCHOOL candidate for the nomination as: SERVICES SUNDAYBright meet ,next Thursday, April 29, al IN GOLF FINALS'E.
state attorney for the 12th judicial the home of Mrs. Keathley Bow-

.., --. circuit, will speak to Clewiston den. Mrs. Forest C. Taylor will
voters next Saturday afternoon at make, a talk on birds. Mrs. Taylor
and beautiful spring "Doc"Van
Miss Mae director ol I ,M. Landingham,
has given several radio talks on
the home economics classes of the 3:30.Mr. weather added to the observanceof diminutive Belle
Wilson will bring his own bird life and her talk in Clewiston Glade golfer, who
Clewiston High School, was in
sound equipment and will speakat Easter in Clewiston, as scores should prove very interesting and 1 raises celery in his spare time, and
charge an interesting program
} given at Parent-Teachers Associa- some point in the main busi- attended the services* held Sunday different from the customary gar Louis Gold, Pahokee's touch of

tion meeting Tuesday afternoon in ness section near the post office morning in .the St. 'Margaret's den club program. Hollywood will battle next Sundayover
Mr. Wilson is'a prominent attor- Members attending are requested -
auditorium. Catholic Church and the Community
the school the 36 hole route for the
ney of Sarasota, ands though he is to bring flowers and a vase, for first
Several members of the home Church. Both churches'were official
well-known to Hendry county resi- part'of the, afternoon's: program Handicap Golf Championship -
economics classes modelled dresses I dents, this will be his first speech filled to capacity.At I will be given over to flower ar, of the Everglades. Their meet-
'which: they had made in classes.
here during the campaign. St. Margaret's the Easter rangements.
Hiss: Whitten gave a splendid talkon services ing will bring to a close the tour-

the work of her department in were combined with St.Mary's f nament which has been under way

the school curriculum.An Welfare Records Show Church, Pahokee, and scoresof I Welfare Director at the Clewiston Golf Club the

invitation was extended to devout Catholics and' friends of past five weeks.
the ,local PTA to attend a concert Many Receiving Aid Resigns PositionMiss
the church in the Lake Okeechobee Van
,,' In the school gymnasium in Moore who seems lobe
{ Haven on April 28th. region gathered in Clewiston for at about the top of his game
'f I of the Jacksonville Special Public the celebration of High Mass. The Martha Nelson welfare director
f legislative program right now, won his right to battle
assistance' in two active categoriesis church was decorated with Easter
state Parent Teacher group, stress- of the twelfth district, re- for the title
now nearing the half million lilies. The adult and junior choirs!I by taking out his
Ing the, need for a teachers retirement signed her position at the regular
" dollar total in Florida united in the singing of the Gregorian fellow-Belle Gladian Lou ''Betzner
fund and other, new laws, ac- meeting of the district board held
was read, and support of the local cording to announcement here today Mass, "Missa de Angelis." i in Fort Myers Thursday, and Miss last Saturday by the overwhelming

I I': members urged. of Clayton C. Codrington, state At the Community Church aj Hester M. Graham, who untile- margin of 7 and 6. Van's marginof

; The annual reports of officers welfare commissioner.April program of Easter music by the cently was supervisor of the Fort victory was distinctly an
and chairmen of the various committees -' checks for,\ Old 'Age As-, choir formed the services of 'worship Myers office, was appointed to take upsetas
,e' were given. The group sistance and Aid to'the Blind will: at 11 o'clock. Here, too, charge of the office effective May Betzner had previously taken

gave a vote of thanks to Professor total $443,329, Codrington said. Easter lilies and delicate shrubsrormed' 1st. out the Everglades champion, O. G.

I', Herring, the teachers and the committee Of this sum, $428, .72 will go to a beautiful background for I Miss Nelson resigned to accepta McWhorter 5 and 3 and was fav-
I, I. : M. Prew 28,337 persons receiving Old Age the altar. The congregation over-
(Mr. and Mrs. M. position as field representativefor ored as almost a sure finalist. But
''t-r itt and Sidney: Hoover) for their Assistance and $14757 to 965 recipients flowed the small auditorium and the state welfare board with Lou could not withstand the gun- t

; work on stage improvement. A great of Aid to the Blind. many heard the services' from the headquarters in Jacksonville. Miss ning which his slender little opponent ,
I t': deal has been done' in this direction I The average grant 'for Old ,Age adjoining Sunday School rooms Graham had recently been made fired at him Saturday, as
;' and the curtain and part of Assistance is $15.12 and for Aid 'and the, entrance. i',assistant director of the Clearwater he opened the match with a birdie
in : to the Blind 1529.: In the afternoon a community '
: the back stage scenery was use office. 3 on the first hole to go 1 up and
Residents of Hendry County will Egg hunt was given in the park
; Tuesday afternoon. j I The board members were unani- was never headed thereafter. Van
. The members voted to begin receive $958 'from Old Age, As- by the American Legion and the mous in regretting to accept MissNelson's Landingham slammed them straight

work on revision of the by-laws <,f sistance distributed ''to 65 'persons. Sunday School. Children were divided resignation, and 'Miss Nsl- down the middle and dumped themIn

the local group and a committe, According to estimates furnished into two groups..and the one, son herself said "I hate to leave from every position and angle,
'" consisting of the officers, of the or- the State Welfare ''Board, some two and three-year ,olds were givena ,Fort Myers because this district on the green or off, rounding the
ganization, was appointed to pre- 33,000 persons'will' be granted Old small field to'' themselves. ,Prizes I has the best board in the state." turn 5 up and closing up shop on
:: pare a new set of by-laws for pre- Age Assistance before the list, of were awarded for the greatest I During the short session of the the 12th ''hole. Both players shot
' eligible applicants will be exhausted number of found and for the
sentation to the membership.New eggs board the members considered ap- under an 8 handicap.
officers were installed, as while approximately 1500 golden egg. Louis Blount found' the plications for blind assistance and Gold likewise found little diffi-
Mrs.J. will be granted Aid to :the Blind. golden -
elected at a recent meeting. egg. petitions for old age assistance. culty in getting past Ralph Kirkof
H. Doty, the new president, was Legislative appropriations were I Mrs. J. A. McGehee of Clewiston Belle Glade for his right to
given the chair: Her 'first act' as based on a social'security survey.made No Literature Within is ,member of the board, representing shoot at the crown. Kirk flounder

president, was, to propose, a, vote' of by.the. former State Board ,- .," I Hendry. ,:: county, and. ,.was., .present ,ed.:arpundin .a slump that has_
Prewitt; the of Social Welfare '.which forecast a StPollsNo '
thanks to Mrs. M. ,1tf. 100 Yards of 1 : a't the meeting.Clewiston been pursuing him "Jate'and the
retiring president for the faithful case, load of '27,304'n the Old Age ,
stocky Pahokee swinger turned' the,
'and untiring work during the past Assistance, category' and 1,280 ,in
Choir Gives nine ,4 up, and after dropping a
given the Aid to the'Blind category.
This vote of thanks was -
year. political literature will be ,hole at No. 11 won Nos. '13 and
., with enthusiasm by the entire distributed within 100- yards of Series Easter Programs 14 to cinch matters. Both were

membership present. Kangaroo Court FeatureOf any polling place in Hendry county ,playing under a 14' handicap..
, Miss Whitten' and Mrs. Prewitt under penalty of arrest, accordingto The: Gold-Landingham tangle
t. with the assistance of the home Kiwanis ,MeetingA instructions Sheriff H. L. DeLaney
The Clewiston Community Choir ,next Sunday should really be a
' ,
cookies and
economics girls served
will issue to election offic- concluded its series of Easter music honey, especially if the Belle
drink the conclusion of ...
a cool at I ers in the May 3 primary, in keep-' programs Monday evening with a Glader stays in his present form.
the meeting. I Kangaroo Court: at Kiwanis i ing with an 'act of the 1937 'legislature -' I presentation, in the Methodist He will be' forced to spot his husky

Club Wednesday evening tried )). ,which forbids the practice. : Church of, Pahokee. opponent five strokes, and the Pa

Boy Scout, Camp' I C. Nowling and E. M. Cornette on The law reads:, The choir' was well-received at hokee boy is hitting them down the

,.'' a charge of "contempt of' Kiwanis, "On the day of any general, every service. The cantata, Stain- middle a mile. If he stays in the

. ,-;,: .. To Open June 13! in that on a certain date when special, or primary election it shall er's Crucifixion, was presented groove with his tee shots, and his
?: :' :', ..,;, I If be unlawful for any person to dis- twice, in Moore Haven and in irons' and putter behave in much ofa
,",'.'l ; I ntoified to be present to put on a tribute any political pamphlet, cardor j Clewiston during the week priorto dignified manner, Mr. VanLand-

.: Camp Flying Eagle, Boy I special 'new Member'program! literature, of 'any ,kind, or to Easter Sunday.On ingham may experience some very
;_.: .-, Camp on the' Manatee River, will I they did absent themselves from solicit, votes, or to approach any I Easter Sunday morning, a jittery moments. On the other

" open its gates to a khaki clad the meeting and fail to put on said elector or voter in any attempt to song service was presented at the hand, if little "Doc" is right he's
horde of boys on June 13th, and solicit votes, within' ONE HUN- Clewiston Community Church at just five feet and five inches of
, will run for two consecutive weeks. program. DRED YARDS OF ANY POLLING 11 a. m. In the afternoon the same so much poison. "
," Scouts from eight counties 'will invade A, great deal of fun was derived PLACE. It ,shall be the, duty of lll Belle Glade assured itself of

the beautiful camp site, and from the trial. "Pop" Kelly ,actedas peace officers and election officers Gor-I championship recognition in the

approximately 200 are expected to judge, and J. E. Beardsley as to arrest any person guilty of the I Myers. Several chorus numbers current meet when John Hooker
I,,: spend one week or more going prosecuting attorney, defense at- above offense in his presence, and: and a solo, The Holy City by F. (20) won first 'honors 'in the Third
? through various activities. to vigorously' enforce this provision. M. Wright formed this program, Flight over J. B. Jones (21), also
k_ Council Headquarters' has already torney was F.' M. Wright and the .: Any person violating this pro- which was also given at Pahokee of Belle Glade. ,Hooker had prev-

I mailed 500 camp folders to jurors were W\ W. Perry, foreman, vision shall be guilty of misde- Monday evening. iously beaten W. H, Lair of Pa-

all registered Scouts, and due to Tom Shelley''and J. F. Tippey. meanor, and shall receive punish- hokee, Mrs. O. G. McWhorter of

large increase in membership, and Nowling and Cornette were ment provided by general law with Old Age Insurance Belle Glade, and 'Dave Alston of

to the fact that there will be no found guilty as charged, and Judge reference to misdemeanors." Sec Clewiston. Jones had eliminated
National affair to. keep some from tion 9, chapter 17899 acts of 1937 Explained By Conger three feminine contenders in order,
(attending, the largest camp enroll- Kelly sentenced them to "presentthe legislature of the State of Florida. Mrs. W. C. Owen of Clewiston, Mrs.

ment in history of the Council Is program at Kiwanis meeting The county attorney further H. J. Stein of Belle Glade, and

expected. three weeks hence, or in lieu thereof states that interpreted the law Implies Retirement from work at the Mrs. Mildred McCracken of Clewis-

J. A. Gaskin, Scout Executive, to pay for all dinners of mem- it is a violation for any ,peace age of 65 in order to receive a I ton. Hooker's margin of victorywas

'. will be in charge of the camp, and bers of the losing side in the attendance officer or election officer not to lump-sum payment under the Fed- 4 and 2.
" assisting him will be a group of arrest violators of this law as much eral Old-Age Insurance program Is Other Flight matches found Dr.
, Scouters, as well as several older contest, which closes ut as it, is for candidates or anyone not'' necessary, according to N. F. W. J. White (14) of Belle Glade
Scouts who have attained the rankof that meeting. else in their behalf to violate the Conger, manager of the Social Se- winning his way to the finals In
Eagle. Jim Silver, American Red The defendants bore up bravely ONE HUNDRED YARDS law. curity' Board's Bureau of _Old-Age the Second Flight over Larry Nash

Cross >Life Saving Examiner, will under the charge, and assured the Insurance Field Office in Tampa. (4), 2 and 1. Dr.' White will meet
again be in charge of the Water judge and jury that they would be Rev. Head WjIlConduct "In- my contacts with businessand the winner of the W. C. Owen, jr.-
front. Jim will attend a Waterfront present three weeks' hence with a industrial workers in Tampa! W. C. Prewitt match.Championship .
Director's School ,at University o' fine program for the entertainment Revival and the 13 counties served by my honors in the

L3" Georgia in May. A staff of expert of their fellow Kiwanians. office, I have found that there is Fourth Flight will be decided this
,l( Life Guards will assist him at I --- a general belief among the major- week with H. J. ''Harris (24) of ;

::' Camp, and every precaution will I Dr. Sirmans Dies Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Head of ity of them that when they reach Belle Glade meeting Mrs. W. C-
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' be taken to assure complete safe Jacksonville arrived in Clewistonlast age 65 they will be compelled to Owen (28) of Clewiston.The .
, swimming. In Jacksonville evening. Rev. Head is evangelist retire from work to receive a lump-
t: Scouts will find a well balanced for' the State Baptist Board andIs sum benefit payment," Mr. Conger State Agricultural Exten-
menu prepared by a dietitian to -- preparing for a series of servicesIn said. i sion Service in cooperation with,
i S' satisfy their inner urges, and the Word has been received of the Clewiston next week. "Under the present terms of the county agents began Wednesday
'1;: 5' program is being prepared to give ; death of Dr. C. J. Sirmans, who Rev. Head brings his own tent Social Security Act, a worker re- this week holding meetings in cen-

k"1'1:'" them activities of all kinds. passed away Sunday in a hospitalin in which services will be held, and tires from covered employment in ters throughout the citrus belt.
(' It is a known fact that Scouts Jacksonville, following a short expects to begin the revival on order, to receive the monthly retirement Twenty-nine meetings are scheduledfor
:( S are safer on a Scout conducted illness.He Monday Mrs. Head is a very tal- benefits which will be paid the discussion of major production -
.. camp than in tip, city, or on family is survived by his widow, ented musician and will assist withthe beginning in 1942. However the and marketing problems.ered .
; outings. Camp Flying Eagle is Mrs. Sybil Magill Sirmans and two music for the services. lump-sum cash payments are' paid
":;' no exception. daughters Alma and Thelma Sir- Rev. Head is well known over now to workers who reach age' 65,
mans of Jacksonville; two sisters, the state, having served with the and 'who have worked, since 1936, period, Mr. Conger explained.

f... New York World's Fair restaurants Mrs. Joel Potter of Ocala and Mrs. state board of the Baptist Churchfor in an employment covered by the Every assistance is being given
Bell Sweat of Dupont, and a brother fine at the
- several years. He is a Act.. claimants, without charge
,;.'S'' are expected to do $18,000- I S. M. Sirmans of DuPont. preacher and Clewiston people will The lump-sum payments amountto Social Security ''Board Office, locat-
000 In business and food stands Mrs. Slrmanft Is a daughter of enjoy the opportunity of hearing 3' 1-2 percent of wages the ed at 1119 Citizens Bank Bldg,
will, add $4,647,000 to the total. Mre Mary, E, M-aciU of LaBelle., J11m. worker has received during the cov- Tampa he added. ** A" '
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Germans Approve Hitler's Austria Coup
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of vote in the United Ask C. Houstpn Goudiss
Because a federal statute prohibits taking a foreign
States or its territorial waters, the crew of the German liner Hansa votedon -f--

the question of Austrian "anschluss" with Germany while the ship was TEETHPassport to C. Houston Goudiss has put at the t :

in mid-ocean en route to New York. Here is the scene in the public room disposal of readers of this newspa- /

of the liner'during the balloting. Seated is Purser Karl Zeplein, who reg- M1; per all the facilities of his famous
istered the voters. Of the crew, 330 voted "jab"; six voted "nein. ," and, Good Health/ -- and Tells Experimental Kitchen Laboratory in

one vote was voided. New York City. He will gladly ann

How You Can Avoid the swer questions concerning foods,
diet, nutrition, and their relation to
fWPLcLz4d health. You are also invited to con.

I -' Tragedy of Dental/ suIt him in matters of personal hy j i

SUMMARIZES THE nJORLD'S WEEK DecayBy giene. It's not necessary to write a I I
Western Newspaper letter unless you desire, for postcard
inquiries will receive the same careful
. F. D. R. Accepts Defeat 000,000 plan. To their surprise the attention. Address him at 6 East

ROOSEVELT will discussion was confined almost C. HOUSTON GOUDISS Thirty-ninth Street, New York City.
PRESIDENT wholly to the subject of work relief. '
the 108 6 East 39th Street New York.
not seek for revenge on .
Mr. Roosevelt said 1 billion 250
Democratic representatives who, millions should be enough to carry A SCIENTIST, who was also a wit, once remarked that you changes occur, including ''swelling S

obeying the apparent wish of the the Works Progress administration must be true to your teeth or they will be false to you. and bleeding of the gums and

people of the United during the first seven months of the That' most people do not heed this advice is evidenced by loosening of the teeth.
.<':'y States, defeated his next fiscal from July 1 1938,' Four Important Rules
; % year the fact that almost,100 per cent of the adult population is affected -
< 4 : pet
to Feb. 1, 1939. A billion and a half For Dental Health
,,,}'$:., .' ..y,....,. ;{M in the house. had been talked about as: necessary.In by some form of oral disease, and from 90 to 97 per
Y : <".:/4 : Writing to MajorityLeader addition the President suggested cent of all school children have decayed teeth. The prevention of dental. decay i

'> Sam Ray- and the_ _preservation_ .of_ sound
about 150 millions should be appropriated As there is a close relation-<
*N. t. burn to his teeth and healthy gums is foundedon
for the Department ofAgriculture's between teeth children, both from wealthy
*fft. y thanks for the "fine ship a four-point program:
farm security homes and from homes where
'h;. : fight," Mr. Roosevelt program and healthy bodies, and con- First, a well-balanced diet con-
: '" and 50 millions for the Na- money is scarce, have bad teeth
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?>.: '; said the taining an abundance of calcium,
.t ques- tional Youth administration.Not versely, between decayed one-third have abscessed condi-

It" ., tion presented was a word was said about the teeth and sickly bodies, it is tions in their mouths, and every phosphorus and'D. and vitamins A, C

koIi'i solely one of policy proposed expenditure of a billion to understand why science fourth or fifth' child does not have
and that the defeat easy Second, frequent and thorough
and half for noninterest
President Of the measure of- a bearing views this appalling situation proper masticating surfaces. brushing of the teeth, to remove
loans to states and cities for
Roosevelt fered "no occasionfor con- with the greatest alarm If this disgraceful state of affairs -, all food particles.: The use of an
struction Nor
recrimination and programs. was is allowed to continue, the efficient dentifrice encourages efficient -
personal any discussion of the proposal to -and why such an eminent blame must be laid at
squarely brushing and helps to keep
there should be none.
issue more than a billion dollars in authority as Professor Ernest the doors of the nation's mothers. the teeth looking attractive.
Shelving of the measure by send- gold, certificates against the steri-
A. Hooton of Harvard Univer- Formerly it was thought that Third, the inclusion in the diet
ing it back to the committee accomplished lized gold fund.Hitler's .
by a vote of 204 to 196, : sity warns that "unless;:; stepsare oral hygiene alone would prevent of foods that require the chewing,
tooth decay. But though the importance tearing, gnawing and biting for
was generally regarded as a severe taken to discover preventives -
Presi- Victory 'of thoroughly cleansingthe which our teeth were designed,
of the
blow to the prestige of tooth infection and
dent, for the administration leaders If EWER than 465,000 Germans and teeth is recognized today as such as raw cabbage, celery, ap- :\
had declared in the debate that the Austrians had the courage to vote correctives of dental defor- never before, nutritional scientists ples and other fibrous foods. -?

issue was solely one of confidencein "no" in the plebiscite on Germany's mation, the course of human have discovered that correct diet Fourth, a visit to the dentist at

Mr. Roosevelt. His letter to Ray- annexation of Austria. Nearly 49- evolution will lead downwardto plus mouth hygiene, is the real least twice a year, so that he can

burn was taken to mean that a 000,000 qualified vot- extinction." key to dental health. check the condition of the teeth.If .
in ers went to the polls every mother will follow this
President-versus-congress fight Diet and Its RelationTo
November should be avoided and rat? S .N/ and gave their approval Health and Happiness I program, and train her children

that he would not inject himself into r/4" < )4 of the "an I Depend on Sound Teeth Dental Disease to follow it, the result will be a

the congressional elections. Sena- 1 /''- 1 schluss," and thus That is a strong statement, but The teeth are living tissues, vast decrease in dental decay,

tor Byrnes after calling at the Adolf Hitler scoreda I,it is not an exaggeration, for it which require proper'nourishmentjust and a forward step in human
White House, admitted there wouldbe tremendous victory would be difficult to overestimatethe as'much 'as any other part of progress. For' it is not too muchto

no effort to revive the reorgani- ,r ; greater than influence of the teeth upon the body. say that the SALVATION OF
%I .even his lieutenantshad human health and THE HUMAN RACE LIES IN
zation bill in the senate. happiness.Do Every-food element required fora
It was said in Washington that expected. you wonder how teeth can healthy body plays its part in SAVING ITS TEETH.
Speaker Bankhead, Sam Rayburnand "This is the proudest affect happiness? Consider, then, building healthy teeth. But spe- Write to C. Houston Goudiss, 6

other prominent Democrats, hour of my life," that a pretty face depends, first cial emphasis must be placed East 39th Street, New York City,

construing the defeat of the reor- Adolf HItler said the Fuehrer upon the position of the mouth upon providing adequate 'amounts for information on How to Build

ganization bill as a vote of "no con- when told of the when the lips are closed, and sec- of calcium, phosphorus, and three and How to. Maintain Healthy .
fidence" in the i vote, and the Nazi leaders all were ond the of the vitamins Teeth.
administration were upon appearance A, C and D.
ready to abandon for the present I jubilant, and with reason. They I teeth when the lips are parted.
much of the New Deal program for said the demonstration of German' You cannot have a lovely mouth Teeth Are Actually I I Questions AnsweredMrs. I

social and economic legislation. unity showed it was time to liberate when the lips close over crooked Formed Before Birth
"our Sudeten German friends in
::< front teeth; you cannot have an These substances must be sup-
Czechoslovakia" and that they were .J. B. l\IcK.-It is incorrectto
attractive smile if the teeth are
plied before birth and throughout
Curb Spending ProgramCONGRESSIONAL ready to obey Hitler's orders blindly. say that rye bread is more or

dull.And than white bread.A .
less fattening
life.Although ,
and fiscal lead- when gums recede, and teeth do not appear ina
Besides voting on the AustroGerman slice of bread supplies the
loosened teeth forced out of
ers were called to the White are baby's mouth until some months
House by the President to considerhis union, the electorate chose a their natural position, the position : after it' is born, they are actually same number of calories as a

plan for a billion and a half new reichstag, which was hand- of the lips is likewise changed- : formed before birth.It slice of white bread.
picked by Hitler. German and Aus- Mrs. E. T. D.-Answering your
dollar public works program anda with the result that the lower partof is during this period, there-
trian citizens throughout the world question as to the effect of cook-
like amount for unemploymentrelief the face is disfigured. fore, that proper dieting should
voted on the annexation cast- vitamin D this is no prob-
some ing on ,
through the WPA. These funds Surely this is tragedy enough.But begin. The teeth are constructedof
ing their ballots on German steamers lem in the kitchen. Natural vita-
with the the effect of teeth
together V& billion dollars decayed the same materials as the
outside of the three-mile limitsof' min D is virtually absent from
congress recently authorized the upon health is of far greater sig bones, chiefly calcium and phos-
foreign lands. Jews were not most foods, but in irradiated
Reconstruction Finance corporationto nificance. phorus, and if the diet of the
allowed to go to the polls. foods, or those to which vitaminD
loan to business, would give the --E-- Dental Decay Does prospective mother is not ade:= concentrate has been added

administration 4% billion dollars to "Court" Extensive Damage quate, these building materialsare the vitamin D is stable and ordi-
Railway ProposalH
fight the depression in the coming withdrawn from her own teeth
tooth is fac- cooking has little destructive
fiscal ow A decayed a poison nary
year. to save the important rail- and bones.
Mr. Roosevelt first talked with ways from bankruptcy was the tory, distributing its noxious prod- The 'old idea that mothers must effect on it.
WNU-C. Houston Goudiss-1938.
Vice President Garner, Senator subject of conferences at the White uct to every part of the body. In sacrifice "a tooth for every child"

Barkley, Speaker Bankhead and House and of deep study by the the body, that poison attacks and arose because expectant mothersdid Mr
Representative Rayburn and it President. He centers in the weakest spot.It -,
was rejected the sugges- not realize the importance of eau-ft/
reported that they stood out againstthe tion of an outright government sub- may lead to neuritis, rheu- taking extra amounts of calcium, \..

contemplated spending pro- sidy, and then adopted and offeredfor matic ailments, dyspepsia, or which is obtained from milk, o \ '' ,h-UO FLORIDASCENES

gram, Garner being especially vig- legislative action the plan of cre- even duodenal ulcers. It may bea cheese, dried peas and beans, ,
orous in his language.The ating a special unit with judicial or contributing cause of heart dis green leafy vegetables and many

President, it was said, quasi-judicial powers to speed up ease. nuts; phosphorus, which is abun- IwR" E YROLL of
seemed willing to compromise and voluntary reorganization of the car- In view of such extensive dam- dant in egg yolk, cheese, whole >
the four leaders went away hopeful riers and solve other of their prob- age, it is easy to understand whya grain cereals driedlegumes: and FILMDEVELOPED

they would not be called upon to at-, lems. The'unit may take the formof prominent medical authorityhas milk; and vitamin D, which is 11 25' .
tempt to push through at this ses-' a special court or board within declared that if the teeth were supplied by fish-liver oils; irradi- .,
sion any of the,radical schemes sug- the interstate commerce commis- given proper care, so that dental ated foods, or those enriched with >r. & PRINTED
decay became rare, instead of almost Your own good pictures
gested by some of the more extreme vitamin D concentrates; and egg
administration sion.This universal, more than half of i plus these beautiful
advisers.A plan was part of a report yolk.It .
scenes for
second conference was then from a committee of three mem- all sickness would be eliminated. has been' proved experimentally y your tropical album.

held with other congressional lead- bers of the interstate commerce Mothers Are to Blame that when vitamin A is with- .

ers and with Harry L. Hopkins, Act- commission, which report Mr. For Children's Bad Teeth held, the teeth begin to, deteri- Tows IoIr r'1,

ing Budget Director Daniel Bell, Roosevelt laid before congress. He It has been estimated that the orate, and become chalky,. white q '

Secretary of the Treasury Henry .did not make specific ;recommendations temporary, or "baby teeth" of and brittle, 'owing to the loss of \. t; 1 jj'i',, .. :-; ( .
Morgenthau, and Chairman Marri- but asked for "some immediate children come through the gums the enamel and exposure of the "
_ner S. Eccles of the federal reserve legislation," and intimated he
perfect in 98 cent
practically per
''r',board.Senator should t .anyrlong term program of all children. Yet, statistics[ Yit.aminCjs'.so.'closely. .related ... "
Glass-Glass-and-Representativs provide for incorporation3"all show that by the time they reach tothe health of teeth and gums, ::It;

Woodrum were present and pre: executive agencies' dealing with the first grade, '90 per cent of the that when it is lacking, ,profound : ,
pared to argue against the $4,000- transportation in one, department. INeics


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IMPROVED AROUND & Items of Interest

r E s e to the Housewife -A-

H the HOUSE': 11 good work is ever lost. Many

/ TfflesWhat SUNDAY [LessonBy I .:J .' _. -. ..- laborers must be content to sow; others

will come to reap the harvest.-
REV. HAROLD L LUNDQUIST.Dean Washing: Fine Fabrics.Washwith ammonia solution made of one Max Muller.

Could Be Handier? of the of Moody Chicago.Bible Institute careful gentleness and tablespoon of vinegar or ammo-' Every trait of beauty maybe traced .... .

'I "You've been with this firm a Western Newspaper Union. squeeze in a thick towel insteadof nia to ,one quart of water. to some virtue, as to innocence, can

j week and I find that there's nothing Lesson for April 24 wringing them in the hands. '* dor, generosity, modesty, and hero
'I you can do. When I engaged :For Stained Hands.-Most vege- ism.-St. Pierre.

I ,you you told me you were a handyman To Keep the Sink White.Usea table stains can be removed from An extraordinary haste to dischargean

'i ." RECEIVING VISION soap jelly made, by dissolvingsoap the hands by rubbing the stains obligation is a sort of ingratitude.La .

,; "Well, so I am. I live just round FOR SERVICE in warm water and adding a with a slice of raw potato.: Rochefoucauld.Didst .

the corner, don't I?," LESSON TEXT-Mark 9210. few tablespoons of kerosene. Keep thou ever hear that things ill ,
GOLDEN TEXT-This is my beloved Son: this in a glass or widemouthedjar. Just Another Bath. Many got had ever T>ad' success?-:Shake-
With the Wind hear him.-Mark 9:7. times the canary can be inducedto speare.
Zoole talks PRIMARY TOPIC-On a Mountain with take a bath if a few seeds are
-Bragson a great Jesus. Merit and good.works is..the end of,
deal about his family tree. JUNIOR TOPIC-With Jesus on a Mcun- To Restore the Nap.-The nap sprinkled on top of the water in man's motion, and conscience of the

Kulper-Yes, a family tree, is tain INTERMEDIATE Top. AND' SENIOR TOPIC on garments shiny from wear the tub. The bird will almost always same is the accomplishment of man's
much like other trees; the small- How Worship Prepares Us for Service. may be somewhat restored by repeat the bath if inducedto rest.-Bacon. '
est twigs 'do the most rustling. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC sponging;with a warm vinegar ,or take that first.one. I
The Place and Purpose of Vision. I
I -

SAFE SHOOTING "Where there is no vision the people -

perish" said the wise man of Sfrange Facts
old (Prov. 29:18). For want of a jt0
Y true vision of God, a knowledge of < H OW SEW RuwfisETH: < "

I (1 4 rFj 1 j o His truth, and the God-given con- Some Water That
straint which makes men give them-
o Glitters Is Gold 0
selves in sacrificial service, the-,,
people will perish in their sins..

\ But let men come to know the truthas IN SEA water there are grains of

it is in Christ, learn to know Himas pure ,gold. Columbus seeking 5 b 5 .
the Son of God glorious and pow- gold in the New world was actu-

erful, and then let them translate ally sailing ''through it when his
their knowledge of Christian truth crew threatened mutiny and want- I 2 2 x
"What part of your camera work ed back. of the
and their personal spiritual expe- to turn Many
do you enjoy most? riences into the daily ministry to Forty-niners went in clipper ships 4.6
"Shooting the title, then I don'tget and California to find
the needs of their fellow-men, to gold.They
blamed" for faulty expres- there will be songs of salvation and too sailed through 'waters of gold I ; 2 2 2

sions. without knowing it. From pre-

joy.The transfiguration of our Lord : historic times men had dug gold

Absurd! meant much to Him as it brought : out of the rocks and from beneath

Mr. Skjold-Another new outfit! new assurance of His divine Son-I beds of sand and gravel. Then

1 My dear, you are extravagant. You ship, His acceptance with the I one man in a laboratory found in

spend money for unnecessary Father, and His resurrection to follow sea water particles of the precious

clothes. / the death of the cross. We do metal.

}Irs.: Skjold-Huh! Unnecessary well to recognize its' testimony to He 'knew that sea water con-

clothes are not in fashion.A Him, but we think today especiallyof tained many elements beside com-
the experience of the disciplesand "{
mon salt. From a very early
conscience is that sixth sense their preparation for service.We time it was known that sea water BLACK __

: that comes to our aid when we are like them, mustI. also contained epsom salts, 'gyp- Z RED

doing wrong and tells us that we Know Christian Truth. som and magnesium chloride, but '-

are about to get caught.Nebraska Fundamental, in both Christianlife it was not until 1870 that Sonn- 3 HORIZONTAL MIXED' STRIPES' .j/.

Blue Print. and service is a clear under- stadt detected gold. Since then -VERTICAL MIXED STRIPES '

standing of the person and work of the analysis of modern chemistshas

Pardonable Pride Christ. One may come to Christ revealed the existence of 32 5 BLUE

No wonder a hen cackles when knowing little more than that He is out of the 80 known elements as r
TAN :'
she lays an egg. She's given to the divine Saviour, and one may en- existing 'dissolved in sea water. -

the world something that may ter into Christian living with a The remaining elements, it is be- .

turn out to be a son that never meager knowledge of the doctrinesof lieved by some authorities, also Hook an Old Fashioned Rag RugOF
set.---Kitchener Record. the Bible. But the Christian who exist in minute particles in it.

fails to grow in knowledge will not Sonnstadt detected gold by ( ALL rag rugs the hooked I wider than one-half inch. ,Hold
is the most fascinatingand the strip against, the side
in as he should. type wrong
grow grace means of a color test; He esti-
E> The disciples came to a fuller con- mated there was one grain of economical. A rug hook, suchas of the burlap and pull loops of it '

viction that He was the Son of Godas gold to every ton of sea water. may be purchased in notion through to the right side with the

are quickly relieved with they saw Him transfigured and Tests,for extracting it were= basedon and fancywork departments, and hook as shown. Short strips are
Yager's Liniment. A Doctor heard the Father say, "This is, my: this estimate. burlap a 'little larger than your as useful as "long. Just pull the
writes that he uses it for back beloved Son." They learned more finished ,rug are the essentials. ends through and clip them.If .
aches, sprains and rheumatic plainly the truth of His coming Since 1927 projects for extract- Most rug hookers also use a you are planning slip covers,
ing from water have
pains. Buy Yager's Liniment sea
Let it rub aches death for the sins of all mankind. frame of slats bolted together, at curtains, or doing other Spring
today. help you been given up. Anyone who triesto
and pains away. In use over 50 They saw in the indescribable beau- the corners. They stretch the bur- sewing for the home, you will
tons of
dip a glitteringsea
years. 25c and 50c bottles. ty of that moment the foregleam of up lap over the frame and tack it. :I want a copy'of Mrs. Spears' book, .
water have only his laborto
His coming glory. What important Some like a rather large station- SEWING, for the Home Decorator. -
,show for his and his '
/"',"' truths these are-His deity-His re energy ary frame. Others use a smallone Forty-eight pages of practical -
optimism. It doesn't to extract -
demption-His coming kingship. Do pay and 'many hooked rugs are working directions, 'with com-
we have a clear grasp of these gold from the, ,ocean ,wa- made 'without any frame at all. plete illustrations. A dollar sav-
ters. It has been found that it '
Uncommon Sense truths? Here is a quaint old rug pat- ing book for every homemaker.
takes 3,858 million parts of
Common sense (which in truth, II. Experience Spiritual Power. water to produce one part of tern that you may ,mark off --on Send name and address, enclosing
is very uncommon) is the best Great experiences of spiritual re-' gold. pure your burlap with a yardstick: and 25 cents (coins preferred) to Mrs.

sense I know of.-Lord Chester- newing and power are necessary to Britannica Junior. pencil. The numbers indicate the Spears, 210 S. Desplaines St., Chicago -

field.., effective life and testimony. They colors used for the original rug- Ill.
now more than a hundred years
may not be in outward manifestation '
in fact they are more often in Terence Shea Tells of old. The finished rug measures
DON'T BEASPIRINFOOLISH 26 by 34 inches. Allow two inchesat High ExplosivesThe
the inner recesses of, the soul, but
they transform men and send them His Bulging Barrels all edges for hems. Overcastthe velocity of explosions ,va-

forth to magnificent living for God. edges, then ''mark the solid ries tremendously. Gasoline-air
: Why risk cheapness of unknown The disciples had an unforgettable I A social worker with more 'enthusiasm one-inch border just inside ,the mixtures, when ignited by a

I j brands-When St. Joseph is as mountain-top experience. Even so than tact went to call hem allowance; then the large spark, produce an explosive wave

J I buy pure-as-so economical genuine, as %money doz. Tablets can. have many others found the secretof up'on Terence Shea, night' watch- eight-inch squares; then the small with a speed of approximately 30

35c-3 doz. 20c-1 doz. lOc. power.. It came to D. L. Moodyas man, at his home. two-inch squares; then draw the feet a second, while TNT and nitroglycerine -

he walked down a New York "I hope, ,Mr. Shea," she said, diagonal lines across the large on the other hand,

street, praying in agony, "Deliverme "that you do not squander your squares shown. Use wool ragsif generate a detonation with a ve-
Small, but Mighty from myself. Take absolute money in riotous living. May I ask possible 'and cut the strips not : locity of about 25,000 feet a sec-
Small bodies "
velocity havea sway." The story of what happenedto what you do with your wages?" ond.-Collier's Weekly.
greater momentum than large him and through him as a sur-
"I'd tell
just as soon you as
it. Bacon.
masses rendered instrument in God'shand not," replied Mr. Shea. 'Tis'$15a The Future's EnglishDid a

is written large on the pages of his- week make. When I've paid you know that many of the THE CHEERFUL CHEKJD
tory. Others had similar experi- the rent the and the .
provisions, words you think of as slang today .
ences. Let us remember that such
its milkman, and bought what's need- will some day be accepted as per-
privileges are not reserved for a ed for and five chil- The oF is
Maggie me fectly good words to use? This is greyest joys

Christian.few, they are Power the without birthright knowledgeis of every dren, I deposit the rest of my the way it happens: When peopleare in giving, 1 tkink,

money in barrels. Mostly, ma'am, impressed by a new happening Yov will Find
a dangerous and destructive surely
sugar barrels. They're bigger an' they sometimes use an old
thing, but knowledge'without poweris hold more. But when I can't get word in a new way in referring to ghdr e5s that way.

and a unfruitful dead thing orthodoxy, resulting that in a in stale turn gem C I use plain flour barrels." that thing. For instance, the Puri- But I'm wiUi1'to .qiv

tans used to cast lots'for the own- without
produces a dreadful and unchristian tKoujKt o f
KILLS INSECTS ership of land and other things of
religious system. It is not
enoughto reward '
Great Little Holland value. And so "lots" soon came -
know the truth to be able ,
1m Feelirt
to mean the pieces of land. .
discuss it, to divide it, and possiblyto Holland may be little, but it so
fight about it. Let us study God's owns the longest air, line in the "Grit," referring to courage, prfc.Tk.cky A a

Demand bottles, from original your sealed dealer Word, but let the truth be baptizedin world, has the largest canal,locks was once a slang word, but has to-d' -Y.

3cyy overflowing spiritual power ofa in the world, thinks nothing of become an accepted part of our (r1ef"10
personal experience with God. baling out an ocean and planting language. "Many of the popular
words of today because of their
III. Serve Needy Humanity.Dr. bulbs where once the fishes swam.' ,
WNU-7 163814JiiI1 Moore As for great financial ability, did expressiveness, will do their partas -

Jesus 'and beautifully the disciples suggeststhat went it not once buy Manhattan island everyday words in the future.-

up to the place of prayer, into thetlace for $24? Washington Star.

of glory. and down tn the
To Get Rid of Acid place of service.' How fitting i is that
Qnd Poisonous Waste
sequence. Much confusion exists in
by Your constantly kidneys filtering help to keep waste yon-well matter the church because those who have

from the blood. If your kidneys get foolishly abandoned their interestin

functionally remove excess disordered impurities and there fail may be to the truth of God's Word and

poisoning of the whole system and have, substituted the energy of the
body-wide distress.
Burning, scanty or too frequent urination flesh for spiritual power, have been
may be a warning of some kidney. most diligent in service to human-
I or bladder disturbance.
: a. You may suffer nagging backache ity, while those who know and accept -
persistent headache attacks of dizziness, the truth about Christ, and who
getting up nights, swelling, puffiness Irium contained in BOTH Pepsodent Tooth Powder
believe in the
profess of
under the eyed-fetl weak nervous,'all power
played out. the Spirit-filled life have-failed to and Pepsodent Tooth Paste
In such cases it is better to rely on &
medicine that has won country-wide serve their needy neighbors. How Irium
alone contains Irium! .
how teeth dent
acclaim than 0 No matter long your may
on less favorably
something delightful and useful is the normal
known. Use Doan't Pills. A multi. 4 ",% have been clouded by dull, unsightly helps Pepsodent to brush away'thosedingy
tude of grateful recommendkan well-rounded life of the, true Chris- surface-stains that hide the true
people surface-stains, the re gPepsodentcanbringabout ular use of
.. Aik your neiahborl tian, one equipped with an understanding ,< ,ti remark brilliance of your smile...and then polish '"

of Christian doctrine, en- fr :, able improvement. For Pepsodent is yourteeth to all their full natural radiance!
dued with Holy Ghost power, and rA 1 1 / ri1 R, H more effective.Why?Because Pepso Contains NO GRIT NO PUMICE Try It I
humbly serving others.}

... '

The Clewiston News I afternoon, when the members and sanity' and fellowship it serves toj In the Interest of cur County. I l

: their guests struggled through an restore his faith and drive away I Appreciating me for County Attcrney indorsement of Hendry given --

Published every Friday In Clewlston,, afternoon of five-suit bridge. Dog his fears, for so long as Americans! County by the large number of
NEWS votes In which my name was
Florida, by the CLEWISTON Gone! You don't know how un- as a people, possess the ability to the ballots in the General Election .
Inc. in 1936, I hereby tender my can-
weildy a handfull of sixteen cards so lightly cast aside the frightful didacy for County Attorney of Hendry
and alarming bugaboos of politi- County subject tc your approvalIn
KEATJILEY BOWDEV, Editor are-you don't know how hard it the Democratic Primary Electionon
cal agitators, to see so clearly :May 3rd 1938.I .
is to remember the
played- through the fog and smoke screen shall greatly appreciato your
Entered as second class mall matter and you can't I eem: to remember that despite it they can go calmly vote, help and support. '
February 1. 1927, at the Post Office in H. A. Rider.
; that a bid of 4 hearts isn't SJEMI'OLE
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of game about their business of living a (Pd. Pol. Adv.) '
March 3, 1897.SullluJptlon. any more-and it takes forever to normal life, there is really littleto

collect the eight tricks necessaryto worry about. '
Rate $2.00 Per Year. J make a book. Instead of the It is not that the question of selecting FOR COUNTY No. 1. COMMISSIOMHlDiatrlct Ileiitlrj County' JACKSONVILLE

Advertising Untcs On Application. customary four progressions, the a United States senator is J FLORIDA

gang completed two and one-half a matter of little import, for it is This will announce my candidacy
egressions for re-election to tho office of Coun- GARNETT ANDREWS,Mani3e. ,
and since everybodywas I a problem that should deeply concern /
Devoted to the advancement and wel- ty Commissioner from District No. ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT at thli '
fare, of Clewiston and Hendry County._ exhausted and ready for supper -' every Floridian. But in reaching 1, Hendry county subject to the modern, fireproof hotel In the heart of down-
they clamored for Evelyn to I a decision it is well that we Jo Democratic primary. May 3rd. lawn Jacksonville. Every room with tub and '
My' record Is Your
serve refreshments, so the afternoon -I' so with intelligent judgment and vote will be appreciated.D.my platform.. shower, soft water, ceiling tin, radio, flailed y :'
door... Every Bed with .
dimmer innerspring .
SUGAR CANE PRESS was over. after calm deliberation. G. Alston. :
mattress and reading lamp )
I Running Ice
I It wasn't the first time five-suit I After all it is a good thing to (Paid Pol. Adv.) water on every Moor. ;:

Vol. 1, No. 2 of the Sugar. Cane bridge has been tried in remember that candidates In ilo AIR CONDITIONED ":

Press appeared at the close of the ton, but as far as we CleWIs-I I end are but human beings 'like FOR SCHOOL HOARD :MEMBER: COCKTAIL DINING LOUNGE AND MEETING.. COffEE ROOMS SHOP >v 1'

Harvest season and has been received '-I first time it has appeared you and I. They are not divine nor Clewiston District Pn'tt--5'3f* with Private Bath ::;1

party. Frankly, the combined opinion -'I are they necessarily devils, all pos- 78 Room $2.00 80 Room $2.SO : ;.::7
with the same enthusiasmthat of everyone agrees with Culbertson's sessing good and bad qualities: And, I am a candidate for the Hendry 40 Room $3.00 24 Rooms 53.50tO '
County Board of Public Instruction with B,lK I ISllgtii '
Sample Room Prlviu $400
greeted the first issue.; (a very notable opinion the problem of the voter Is to pick ; from the Clewiston district subject moa.ur lo' doublt occupncvOh. '
Requests for copies of the SugarCane with which to agree.) However, all the man that In his judgment pos- I to the Democratic primary in May. .,
Your vote and active support will I 8 POUND Hour ,
Press have been received I say that the game will not be as sesses more of the good than the be appreciated. MOTH. FATTEN V HOTEI DESoro '
from nearly every state in the popular as contiact. We'll probably bad. C.. ,E. :Miner. 0......,..T._ S..Nn.6.0. ',',
(Paid Pol. Adv.) ...- ':... ---- '.
union and many copies have been be playing it almost exclusively Fundamentally, there are two
sent to the sugar-producing islandsat I I in another year in spite of the types of men in public life; those "JFr"

the request of those_ who have fact i that everyone felt it was really who In their hearts'want to serve ; ,:v,

heard of the new paper. I I work and not pleasure: The me- the people, and those who put their I -.- :;.'k

chanics of the game are quite different own personal interests and the ..-J..,

...........NN.. ..-NN;.1.NNM. .........NN........................:............1 when they from are a four-suit mastered game the five-but selfish above desires everything'of the else.privilegedfew a 't!

suit deck will seem-as natural asj True democracy is concerned I" :

RAMBLINGSEaster the four-suit. Don't expect to likeit with the welfare of ALL the peo- ]

the first time :you play it,-for ple and its practice demands thata ; ;

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+o--:..:..:..: ..:- you won't. And take along a sand- government, while respecting

wich for "recess" at the first ses- liberty and freedom, does not license -
of the holiest of
sion. You'll be exhausted. any selfish group or interest
holidays. The day this Advertisement Paid For Friends of
year was By Eugene S. Matthews
with special privileges that are unfair .
all that a holy day should be. Apparently Dorothy Lockhart's and detrimental to the. best

Waking early to a sky bringing Nova Scotia beau arrived with the interests of all. '

promise of a lovely spring day, we Easter Bunny. Dot's Clewiston

tuned, our radio (pianissimo) to friends will be interested in this This policy should apply as

TVQAM for the Easter Sunrise paragraph from the, "Local Low much to labor as it does to capital,

vice and in spirit at least were ser-// Down" column in the Fort Myers and as equally to youth as to age.

of the 35,000 worshippers' who ,daily. (Dot is one of'the Welfare I For selfishness, intolerance and j B v s rPolitical

greeted the day facing the Easton workers in Ft. :Myers, you know) greed is found in the hearts of little -

the shores at :Miami Beach. Justas "Reckon Dot won the Easter con- men as well as bib the old'

the. .service closed".,- the younger test-that Nova Scotia ess_ seemsto as well, as the young-among lab-
generation awoKe with a bound in be the prize she's been lookingfor. orers as well as employers. Any ad-

our household. The Easter rabbit He may be a Free-man now, vantage gained by one group at

runs Santa Claus a close second in but after 'exposure to a Florida the expense of another only serves ((Pd. Adv.) -

the present day. moon he may Lock-hearts." ..... to check the welfare and advancement -
After a great deal of peeping I

from every door and window and I Monday is the day when you begin I A good of all.citizen who would cast'' 7.;.+:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N:N:M:N:N:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.'i.. ..f
the actual spying of one beautifully to'miss your favorite radio : :
inter- :::
1 his vote unselfishly with the
colored egg, the boys submittedto programs by tuning in too late. I 'i' :. ,.
est of the Nation as a whole at' 1 "
the of clothes Daylight saving time goes into ::: +
donning heart, will 'not blindly vote for the .'. kt :: CYD H.'
and basket in hand went forth to operation in most of the large 0;.. :
I candidate who'makes extravagant ::: '" /:
cities and all best '
conquer. Did 'you ever watch a your programs : ... \
promises as to how' much he will ,
six-year old guide will be moved forward one hoar. '
a two-
beloved DO and what he will GIVE, but :i: i
:year old along the way? So watch out for them and missas ;. ::
Breakfast at last few as possible. will take steps to definitely find, ::: .:. ;'
over the toastin
I out HOWL ;be' will, ,do it and ,from i .:. ,, \ : + I c. .. .
the form of a cross remindedthe t- Il S 0 N ',

little one that ;"Mother, I know ;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:N:N:NNNNNN. .: :N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: promises A horn he to expects: GIVE to TAKE what he I .:i:.:. < ..;,' :':. ,:; -....;

why you made the toast like that I : ""

today. It's because God died on the Too Late To Classify Florida will enroll 448 white :!: :;:

cross like a man, but on Easter I .:. CANDIDATE: ._. J
juniors for the Civilian Conservation -
he rose." What did it matter that + :FOR ::: '
lSsell Welfare .
CJ3y ( Kay Corps in April, the State
the wording didn't give proper dig- ::: + \
Board has announced. The ... ,I ,' 0\$1'
nity-the beautiful Easter thoughtwas ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Board has 1.395 ,applications ,on ':' .. ,.... ,

Sunday there. school, the littlest one Leaving" the political front where file. I State Attorney f! :J '

joining in for the first time. One the din and thunder of battle The average Old Age Assistance

hundred and ten attended, and the intense it ..
grows daily more was a '.
grant of eleven southern states ::: .
:: : :}i
fashions that .
sometimes have relief to :'
genuine spend a day or
other than Florida is $10.54, with : : 7 ',\ .
seemed almost silly blossomed into with the folks at the : : ft' s '. .'_. ,"...,.

happy and becoming outfits. ,It so mid-year convention newspaper of the Florida Mississippi lowest at $4.57and. :2-: Will Speak In :;: Q, 2
Oklahoma with $15.09.Florida's
was truly a happy day for the State Press Association held this highest ::: .:. '::' .'J .;.
grant as of March A
:young folks. From 'teen age down, year at Ocala. average .

Easter frocks and hats and new On the trail of candidates, dur- this year was $15.41. .

shoes were there: ing the heat of a political campaign ._. Cewstor Saturday 1 <

Fifth Avenue, may have its 'one is apt to gather the er ,

Easter parade, but Clewiston kid- roneous impression that.. the howl- Paid Political Advs.FOR .

dies envied them not. ing winds and menacing storm :i: + '- .'.".

clouds that envelop him also blan-I REPRESENTATIVE .:*: From Sound Equipment in Main BusinessSection :;: '
The Senior .
play tonight has ket the state's entire area. And :t :- .:. < .

kept high schoolers busy in their is refreshing to find that ,the furyof In making my announcement fo" ::: + :, : ;

spare time for weeks. It will be the political elements are really sentatives ie-electon! from to the Hendry Fens Pountv of Repr. subJect + At 3:30 P. M. J ::: ., -.

the first opportunity to reveal to but local disturbances, with individual to the Democratic Primary of X f
the : 3. I wish to state that if T : ,
general public that lovely cur- storm centers confined to the re-elected May I will continues mv efforts a" ): (Paid. ,Political Advertisement) .2. '

tain and stage fixtures, made pos- limited territory where the candi- for the benefit of the (County.Intf" ..::.'.................................................................................... ; ........ . ..:'.. -.2
sible through the generosity of the dates at the moment are working.In welfare I am particularly of the Public Interested Schools nn' . . . . . . . . ..... ...............:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..!.
Parent-Teachers. Association, and spite of the fact that five the completion cfw Road building projects -
several volunteer workers, who senatorial candidates have been I now under con!' trucl4on! care of
the aged or any other matter concerning -
were both generous and efficient. 'ramping about the state for days, the county 'and its citizen".

The blue' velvet is a thing of 'ellowing, like a swarm of angry I shall appreciate the support and 't
influence of every citizen and t
beauty and a wonderful additionto lulls, waving their arms, thump- Elbert t>. Stewart.:; r.1) .... ,,
the drab and inadequate audi- ng their manly chests and tearing (Paid Pol. Adv.)

torium. We are happy, indeed that <> .
their hair. in an effort to impress' ': J:.
the class' of '38 will have the op- and alarm the populace, here for 9
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!'o Tlic Deiuocrntlc Voters! of JIn lf .1
portunity of using it. two clays a group of several lU1I CountyI' ''A'

ired well informed and intelligent

And while we are on the 'sub- citizens ,gather to talk calmly of hereby announce myself as n candidate \$ '
ject of the school for re-election to the positionof
don't forget the 'uch trivial and petty problems' :is fInd .
county attorney" being n .
debate to be held next Wednesday ollections, job work and newaiaper [><.rnooiat I of course' anounce my ..
afternoon at 2 o'clock. The debaters make-up.. i candidacy subject to the action of ,,7 y: iO
I the Democratic Primary; .
will be
from the Clewiston '
Totally ignoring the fact'thatthe I stand solely on my record as .
Junior and Senior classes, and'you'll lash of the selfish tyrants I'I county attorney and as a Democrat .- "
be surprised at the knowledge :rod, invite the voters attention to
poised above their ragged backs, I I the fact that' during: my term of
these students have been ac- hat heavier burdens than they now I office not one single illegal\ expenditure .1, .:- One of the really fine things in I
quiring on the subject of federal by the county; commissioners or : .
sweat and strain under are about *ho board of public Instruction ha life is living in a home of your own.
a timely and exceedingly to be imposed on them, that their been found by the state auditing1 department '

that debatable all' subject, (Resolved 'veak and aged parents are about of illegal lay expenditures contrasted made to hundred durinr i-KTSS" We are ready to help you choose ""n'.'aY;ry

federal work relief shouldbe 'o be driven from their homes and the term of my opponent (see 192 and finance home that: can -
abolished' ), and :we'll guarantee he nation iteself rests on the audit). you :

you some real arguments. on' -he rink of chaos-these folks refuseo lie These and earnestly records arc Invite open to an the inspection pub Sff'REDUCTION pay for while living in it. Let us .:

subject.. lend their ears and even have of same. show how attain debt-: ,
All I ask is that the voters use the you you can
the effrontry between their busi- same judgment as they would were
Nobody has taken' official" note ness sessions, to cavort In' unseemly they personally employing an attoi- Nome 0.0 free home ownership through small a.

of'the suggestion made in thia fashion in an effort to master ney.Your Ph" like rent
I vote and Influence) will br monthly: payments, _
column several'weeks' ago that *"he' "Big Apple" or gather in I appreciated.

streets in Clewiston should' be ooms to exercise a cork screw and I Respectfully, ) -,: '

marked. However, several citizens Inquire as to whether or not you (Paid Political LOUIS Advertisement O. GRAVELY.) ,., .,";-

have expressed their approval of ave heard the one about the "two .

the idea ,and we hope yet that the chorus girls and the stenograph- COUNTY ATTORNEYTO Clewiston: Federal Savings .

markers will be forthcoming.- er." -' .

And as one journeys from the THE VOTEUSs, OF HEXDRY >
All the' glories of bridge were sullen atmosphere of political. .tur- If ;you I elect me yourCounty At- .. and Loan AssociationPAGE

lost at the :Bridge, Club Wednesday] moll Into tho(! nunshjnt of such torney I promise to give you the very 0"" ;; ,. -
I best sarvlea at which I urn MD3 i1PI J L' t
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J I accompanied the. Clewiston Choirto ,r(M:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..) Christine Bell, Bernice Guthrie, coast cities are also cooperating in

Punta Gorda in the afternoonfor Billie Hooker. the movement.

r the Easter music program. SCHOOL. NEWS Pages-William Johnson, Pat Vessels now using the inland.
-f PersonalsR. j McGehee, Carlisle Redish, James: route must go out into the Gulf

Bornico O'Neal ..__.........____ Edito Wlnn. between Sarasota and Boca Grande,
Mrs. S. C. Stalls and Mrs. W. C. And many others from the 4th, a stretch that is dangerous to most
Billie Hooker ............ Ass't tEditor
Nail of Moore Haven were business Miss Evelyn Schutz, Faculty Advisor 5th, and 6th grades.ST. craft during unfavorable weather.

: M. Hare, sr. of Ocala, is visiting visitors here Saturday.Mr. Sponsors of the new proposed

in Cl ,viston., .:.:..:... :..:..:(..:(..:..:......:..::";:: : :..:..:..;..:..:..:..:. MARGARET'S CHURCH route claim that Its completion
would stimulate vessel traffic from
and Mrs. Foy Durrence and
Lost: Strayed or Stolen: Copy Father John F. Walsh'', pastor. the east coast, which would prob
Mrs. Veda Arndt spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence
for this week's School News. Prepared
Mass at St. Margaret's Church ably double the present traffic
in Okeechobee. motored to Palm Beach Sunday. by the student editors, it .
Sunday is at the usual hour, 8:30 within a short time.
was left in the principal's office a. m. Mass at St. Mary's Church,I
IVIrs. Herman Scharnberg was a Mrs. J. W. Adkins,. Misses Frances for the newspaper editor. But when Pahokee, is at 10:30 a. m. :

visitor over the week-end In Mi and Miriam vAdkins, of Moore] the editor called, lo, it was miss

ami. Haven, were visitors, in Clewiston ing. So pardon the omissions this West Coast CruiseIs
week-time does not permit
Mr.. and, Mrs. Wade Cartee iI.al3elle new preparation of the 'news. Being PlannedSarasota 6 IDO1lrjlgl

were Clewiston visitors E. Russell of Key West, SHOP
Tuesday: evening.Mrs. candidate for state attorney, spenta Professor Herring conducted the
April 20-Plans
few days in Clewiston this weekin members of his high school physics ; underway for a west coast cruise
Joe Cato and baby daughter the interest of his campaign. clans to the Hendry County
: I to Sarasota on May 7 to unite
Betty Sue, are visiting her Motors shop Tuesday morning, yachting and shipping Interests :n
parents in Nocatee.Mr. Robert Patterson and George where the full hour's period was a movement to obtain federal action -
Bestor have returned to the University spent'' in listening to a descriptionand toward the completion of a CAootetome

and Mrs. William H. Lanier of Florida after visiting observing the workings of a 42-mile channel between Sarasotaand
: their parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. The Ford dealers
Ford /
Boca Grande. The cruise is a
spent a few days in Jacksonville Patterson and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. cut-away model which un- .Today .
have a der the sponsorship'of.. the Sara
the first of the week. Bestor for several days observation of all parts in :
sota Junior Chamber of Commerce,
operation. Mr. Cornette, owner and THE average American family that
headed by Joseph C. Landers, Yoder and Robert Yoder of has beenin pre;;
Ray R. H. Callahan, manager of the garage, arrangedfor dent. does not own their own home has

Moore .Haven were visitors in Clew charge of the local Wtestern one of his expert mechanics to On the Sarasota committee bacKing actually paid enough rent to have
Union telegraph office for the past and explain bought a home. Start
iston Tuesday.Mr. demonstrate the engine the, Florida Inland -Waterway being thrifty
few months, was transferred this its workings.A I project are such national figuresas ,with YOUR rent money today, and
week to Belle Glade. Miss Frances the class had let us help choose and finance
Mr. and Mrs. C. W; Simmons week previously United States Senator RoylandS. you
Robertson of Cross ,City has arrived of the chapters a home that will be
the study yours. OWN
"r were the guests of relatives In Fort Copeland of New York, Powell
and is in charge of the local to tAb, next home
in its physics text devoted Crosley, radio. manufacturer of yo, PAY FOR
Meade over the week-end.
office. I four-cycle engines, transmission, Cincinnati, Col. Fitshugh Lee, E. *

differential and ignition, and the A. Smith, Col. Robert ''Newhall,
Bowden tho I
Keathley spent Enjoying a steak roast on the tied in perfectly Clewiston Federal
visit to the garage Col. C. R. Mayor and J. T. Blalock,
week-end in Tampa and Clearwat- prairie Thursday evening were'i with the classroom work on the who
are interested in the develop-
kr. congenial group of Clewiston resi class appreciates the I and Loan
subject. The ment of the inland water route. I Savings
dents, including Mr. and Mrs.- B efforts of Mr. Herring, and especially Yachting and civic leaders from

':Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Crochet J. Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. R. .J.i wishes to thank Mr. Corn Clearwater, Tampa, Bradenton, AssociationAnnouncement.
Lee, Mr. and Mrs. R. M.: Hare, jr., who made I
in WestPalm ette and the mechanic
were Saturday visitors : Venice, Ft. Myers and other west
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Crochet; Mr. the explanation for the helpful
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Durrence, Mr. ---
and Mrs. Foy visit to the shop.
Mrs. H. H. Turner, Mrs. Evelyn I
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg were Spikes, Mrs. 'Mae Cruze Mrs. T.B. I MAY DAY-APRIL 29TH

visitors in West Palm Beach Sat : Shelley, Mrs. W. C. Hooker,:I On May Day, the field events
urday. : Ken Harris and Parker Wilson, I will begin at 1:30. Mr. Morrison,
I head of the athletic department,
Mrs. Dave G. Alston and Miss Following the examination which I will direct the program of contests .

:Martha Nell Alston were Friday concluded the' study course conducted ] and competitive athletics.

visitors in Miami. in weekly meetings by Mrs. 'Joe The May Day program will be .
Robbins for a group from ; the I gin at '2:30. J 1'O mlmllflmlml""h""!Ilil!IIIBI!IImllllim!!! IIImlllIImlltli!! l!ll i' I ii'!"''" .

J. H. Maloy, jr., of West Palm Ladies Aid, Mrs. Robbins OH Monday May Day Program ._. ; 'I. ',.-j. ..-..,.*,;. -
Beach was' business visitor in served delicious refreshments; The traditional Annual May Day ,: '. :'< -
I .< The Management of the -
Clewiston Monday and Tuesday.Mr. of home-made ice cream and cake program will be presented April :

to: Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. F. C. 29, 1938, on the school campus at

and Mrs. F. D. Duff were Taylor[ Mrs. J. H. Doty Mrs. E. 2:30 p. m. This year the old' En
guests of Mrs. Duff's parents, Mr. M. Cornette, Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs.. glish custom of celebrating the Sebring general l HospitalAnnounces

I and Mrs. F. Edward Bryant, for J. J. Graham and Mrs. I. D. Ley- first of May will be carried out.

the weekend.Mr. dig A gay and colorful performance
I r will be given. Lassies, lads, milkmaids the
I I "
I, and Mrs. Isaac Levy ,of Tam Rev; and Mrs. Forest C. Taylor ,' shepherds, ; shepherdesses, -

:pa were transacting business and were in Punta Gorda this week 'attending I blacksmith, bakers, acrobats and OPENING OF THE NEW
-visiting friends in Clewiston Thursday the annual sessions of :he'resbytery a jester will welcome and amuse
and Synodical. The sessions -' the King and the Queen of the
were held in-the Punta Gorda I May.

H. A. Rider of LaBelle- candidate Presbyterian Church, of which Rev.: Those participating are:
for the nomination as county D. Jenkins Williams Is, minister. I Herald-Leonard Moore.

:attorney, was in Clewiston Wednesday The moderator of the Presbytery !is I Clown-James Smith.
'campaigning.Henry : Rev. W. ,G. Kennedy of Fort My I Acrobats-Rennie Lee Gramlin,,

ers. The Synodical is ,the woman's j I Nora Oglesby.
L. Williford of Sarasota I organization, corresponding to the Flower 'girls-Viola Haven, Nadine Public Inspection

was a visitor in Clewiston this men's synod, and Mrs. Taylor is Andrews, Shirley Ann Owen,, rI
week, in the interests of his candidacy one of the officers of that organization Jeannette Smith, Mary Lou Liles,

for state attorney. and represented the local Carline Berner, Carolyn Robison,

women as delegate. Betty Lou Emrich, Mary K. Dyess. Sunday April 24 1938
Mrs.- A. P. Wynn, Janice and May pole dancers: ,
Jack Wynn, Mrs. H. A. Land and PARMELIA BOURNE HAS Grace Ward, Sally Graham, JoAnn I

:Miss McMillan spent Friday in Ar- BIRTHDAY PARTY Crouch, June Espenlaub, Nancy
Louise Prewitt, Ben
Parmelia Bourne entertained 'a Bolton, Gene Mills, Raymond Trice, Visitors Welcome From 10 A.M. to 8 P.M..

Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Seymour ')f roup; of her friends Monday after- Milton Poole, Bobbie Maynard, ..

:Homestead spent Easter Sunday in noon at the home of her parents- David Long.
'Clewiston with Miss Mary Bell Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Bourne, celebrating King-Jack Wynn.

Warren.! her eleventh birthday. Queen-Betty Hooks.
assisted with a Martha Nell Alston,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and group; Mrs. of Bourne musical games which Maids "1..N..N..M..N..N..N.N..N..N..N..N..N.....'L.-..... ...N....N.N.'..... .- ... . . . .....N..N.N...

children, Billy and Benny, spent were delightful to the girls. Anne Furnished room for rent. F. L

; Easter week-end in Tampa visitingMr. Pafford and Barbara Broadfoot received Williamson.J. I y
! Prewitt's father. books as prizes.,
During the afternoon pictures :

Mr. and Mrs. John Elmore are were taken of the group, and a III J.CLEWISTON .
moving into their home on Arcade souvenir scrapbook was given each M. COUSECounselor 60LF

Street, which they recently pur- guest; with the promise of'a picture and Attorney at Law
chased from the Clewiston Realty of the party for the book Hopkins Building -
and Development Corporation. when the prints are developed. Wednesdays and Saturdays :: :

-- Delicious cake and ice cream 9:30 to 4:00 ). I'
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. W. F. were served. Enjoying the interesting .s. COURSE I ;
Simpson, Mrs. Martha Ludekins, party were Anne Pafford, Barbara -I .s. ::."'- \ ; HI I ;

Mrs. S. W. Houser and Mrs. Olin Broadfoot, Nora'O'glesb)", t t',
Carleton were visitors Monday in Marianne Jones! and Mauryne Pre- AGENT <, f-: J.

West Palm: Beach. I witt. L. B. Mershon / ..s.. ,' > ,> -' .s.

Mr. and Mrs. George W. Bryan WEDNESDAY BRIDGE CLUBIN New_ n York LifeInsurance f.. 1
and daughter, Mary Louise and FIVE-SUIT BRIDGE GAME =
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jones of Tam- .

pa spent the Easter week-end in Mrs. T. B. Shelley, 'hostess .to ARCADIA, FLORIDA
Clewiston. They visited Jones the Wednesday afternoon bridge

Bryan and Miss Ula Jacobsen. club this week,' provided cards of I lo the Public
\;. iI; the new five-suit variety for the NORGE REFRIGERATORS .... Open 1

Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Mutrux left i afternoon's play Mrs. Ivey M. j
Sunday for Jeanerette, Louisiana, Pafford apparently mastered the Furniture and Homo. VurnJslilngs _

for a five weeks' visit at their old intricacies- the new game more PHILCO RADIOS .f.
home. Their son, Emil Mutrux, and quickly than the others, and emerged -
his wife and daughter from Lynn, holder of high score. Her prize Household Furnishings 1i

Massachusetts, will join them and was a pastel colored: bath set. Mrs ..

their daughter who resides in Jean- J. W. Ezelle, who arrived late as Inc. .. '. ,.
erette for a family reunion during a tea guest, won the cut prize, a BELLE GLADE. FLORIDA. :
their stay.' pair of pillow cases. Mrs. Keathley I.: ?

Bowden was holder of low score, *: Moderate Green Fees i ii =;
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wright hadas and received a set of dish cloths.A .
their guests over Easter week- delicious frozen fruit salad: J. S. CAMPBELL: :i: Exceptional Fairways i:

end, Mr. Wright's brother and with saltines and iced fruit juice ..
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenton was served to Mrs. B. J. Schroeder,I Jeweler & Watch-maker Interesting Greens x
Wright of Rockford, Illinois, who Mrs. Willard F. Simpson, Mrs. 't_: III'
have been spending a month in Campbell E. Nail Mrs, H. R. Hall, AU Kinds of Jewelry Repairs '!'

Miami while 'on a vacation trip Mrs. M. E. Yenawine;! ;' Mrs J. W. Optical Repairs : ; :
Mr. Ezello Mrs. p, B. Mrs. i . . . . ... :: ,
through the South And Eat. Ttjomas ..;-t .. .. % ..i.'N .... ... ,.....r x-
Yrl ht. t; IIA st t rflUQr anfl J ,. n0F<(l9' i :< AT PfffflSTTAJPfl, BAKUfln SHOP :-t. : :
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{ Relieve the Strain :

You'll never get "I" trouble i

; & Lf looking for your own faults and

/ s. ; r. ,,F, w it> cy (%a 4 Qr.9yf.l ff.f Z4 / other people's good points.If .,,\<.. ..,;.;'.,.:j

you are going to teach a boy, '<. ;,\.,.:
make him like you. Then he is :::
putty in your hands. On second ; c

......"" v --. ______ ________ ., _.__._____n..n..______ ______ ___________ .______n______ thought, make. a boy like you ;. ..<.::
} SYNOPSIS keys are coming along by mall. i ous; and those last biscuits meltedin piece of carving? The thing belongsin whether you are going to teach .. -" ",

really didn't expect your father'd my mouth." some museum, I.suppose; but it's him or not. It is bread cast upon _,i;: :

James Lambert tries In vain Leonora to dissuade, from write, Nora, but perhaps he will." "Fried potatoes!" Nora echoed yours, lady if you care to keep it." the waters. : ; <-
his beautiful foster-daughter. if he would!I" she "A new-born infant Nora reached When Diogenes went about nos- '
marrying Don Mason, young "rolling "Oh, only answered scornfully. out, lifting the pieceof
stone." He tells her. "Unless a house I Is" ; but her hope was vain. The could fry potatoes, Don!" jade with reverence. I ing into places looking for an hon- '. .. ",

Leonora founded upon a rock.the influence It will not of survive.her half. next mail brought a registered It was a happy time; and the "What I can't understand," she' est man, there were many who 1', ; \

brother suspects Ned always Jealous of the girl package containing trunk keys. rainy morning when Don openedthe said after a'moment, "is why a thought his lantern ought to be

since the day his father brought her home Nothing more. Nora who had been crates and boxes which threat- man like you, with no home and no taken away from him.

from doned the by her deathbed Italian of baritone her mother lover. aban Don opening the small box with eager ened to crowd all firewood from the desire for a home, should spendhis May Not Be Boasting "

arrives in the midst of the argument and fingers, flushed hotly in disappointment shed-things he had found in far money collecting things of this .1 :. .
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Lambert realizes "the frank understanding ; and Don laid a gentle hand far corners of the world, was a red- sort. What makes him, Don?" The man who says he is self- .. ..
between the, two. -Sitting late into the .
night. Lambert reviews the up whole story of upon her shoulder. letter occasion, never forgotten by "Love of beauty," replied the made may' be taking the blame. .. .

Nora as a child, at boarding school, study "Buck up, dear. Some day he'll Leonora. It was these treasures young man promptly. "If strong Cutting personal remarks hard-

Ing music trip. abroad In the, morning meeting he Don delivers on the his return understand." (though her unsuspecting husband enough, my dear, the love of beauty ly ever have the sympathy of the

ultimatum, to give'Don a Job with Ned fora "I think," she said a moment later didn't guess it till long after) which will account for almost any crime. majority of those who hear them. .,

year's showdown. When Nora suggests as she fitted a small brass key gave the girl her first sharp long- Didn't'' I steal my very wife from When you owned a horse-or .

Lambert the possibility threatens of running disinheritance.away with Don.Don into its lock, "I think he just wantedto ing for a home. Hitherto she had her adoring if unreasonable father, two of them they were pets,

agrees to the Job. but before a month is get rid of everythingeverythingthat thought only of possessing Don; but simply because she was so beautifulI which an automobile can never be.
over, his nerves are Jumpy, he cannot sleepat reminded him of-of me, Don." as she dropped to her knees in rap- couldn't endure the thought of a
night, he is too tired to go out much with "
Nora. Nora soothes him with her music. "And it's quite as likely, ob- ture before an arm chair of red long life without her?" What ,About Adam?

Nora complains to her father of Ned's spy served her husband with character-' lacquer.exquisitely decorated with "But she won't always be beau- 'Tis said garden. keeps a man : +

his ing on spirit Don.broken and decides'that she will run rather away than, She see istic fairness, "that he knew these mother-of-pearl inlay, something tiful," the girl reminded him. out of mischief. ,

urges her father to put an end to the futile things would help if we were hard within her that is a part of every "She will to me," Don countered. What stirs' the admiration of. -
experiment. James Lambert is obdurateand "up. He loves you, Nora. Never for- normal woman, stirred to life. Don "Beauty is more, so much more is '
angry. Lambert tells her that If Don everyone to see a man who is '
quits she will quit with him; that he will be get that. smiled, watching the dreams, he did than skin deep, Nora. I wasn't re- always equal to the occasion. ,'
through with her. He adds that if she tiresof Nora arose and put)her arms not understand, dawn in, her eyes., ferring that patrician nose whichyou're .
her bargain it will be useless to come around him. of level If one is a gentleman, it is bet- :,
to him Nora discuss "Like it, my dear? I've a nest of so proud or your ;
for help. Later Don and ternot to get into :
"Oh Don! she cried. "If I could arguments :
the sltuaUoDon.. .promises to buck small red tables, too. Beautiful, all brows, or those starry eyes that
up. "We'll.stick to out." he says. With the only be sure!" of them. And somewhere 'round is transformyou into a sort of dream which,, make it so difficult to re- .."
coming of spring Don Is full of unrest and James Lambert had sent hisdaughter's main one.MEN. ; .
wanderlust and takes long walks at night. a. piece of flawless cloisonne that'll come true; but to' something intangible .:'
One evening a poor girl speaks to him. and entire wardrobe. -'something',deep,down within,
in his pity for her. he gives her money. A "Everything from my beautiful dearest: the thing that mane you

lights car passes and moves at that on.moment A terrific, flashes heat head wave seal coat to the gold" mesh bag he ,relinquish a fortune for a' tramp LOVE GIRLS >

ushers In the summer, and Nora refusesto gave me Christmas. like me. There!" he exclaimed, ..
go to the country with her father: Ned, Nora spoke from the floor while: 4 J' r slipping lightly from the packingcase .',
Insinuates to his father about '
meanwhile WITH PEP ::
she extricated this trinket
Don's evenings away from Nora, but Lam costly "that's off my chest. I've .
bert refuses to listen. Meanwhile. Don from the toe of a smart tan over- wanted to it for long time ',: .
say a If and full of fun, will Invite .
broods over the undermining of his morale. you are peppy men '
shoe. She smiled little. "
At the height of the heat wave,_ when a and was too shy. you to dances and parties. BUT, if you
Don Is finding everything Insupportable. Ned "Dad must have packed this stuff "You shy?" scoffed Nora; but interested.are cross, lifeless Men don't and like tired"quiet", men won't girls. be .' "

speaks of having the goods on him, havingseen himself, Don. Martha would never the eyes she lifted to. him were in- For three generations one woman has told ,-":::>;
him give a girl money: When Ned another how to go "smiling through" with "
scoffs at the true story of the episode Don have put that gold mesh bag in vrmv fq. deed stars. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It .'",
knocks him down, and is through. He calls such a place. Why, how queer thisis "And now," said Don, "I'm goingto helps Nature tone up the system, thus lessenIng -
Nora, who Insists on running away with the discomforts from the functional dis- .
him to get married, realizing it is her Job I. find that pendant. Jade is a sym- orders which women must endure. ,' .
to restore Don's faith In himself. Her good. Her voice faded curiously into silence bol of virtue to the Chinese, you Make a note NOW to get a bottle of world- ':
by to her father is met with complete si and Don turned from 4V know famous! Pinkham's Compound today WITH- ., '
unless deceivedme
lence. Don and Nora go to Maine and set prepar- ; my eyes OUT FAIL from your druggist-more than a ; '.,
tle down in the studio of Carl Venable. a ing lunch to jour her. when I bought the thing froman million women have written In letters reporting '
r 1 benefit. +
famous artist friend of Don's, whose daughter "What's queer?" he questioned.Nora impoverished coolie (more loot, Why not try LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S :

her he father.saved from drowning. Nora writes looked up, a puzzled expres- I fear!), it's lovely enough for that VEGETABLE COMPOUND ..

sion clouding her eyes. most virtuous of wives-my: own."

CHAPTER VI-Continued "There's money here-here in this He made her a formal little 'bow, I Tell a FriendIf -' : :

bag, I mean., I never carried mon- and Nora retaliated'laughing: "You you have a friend worth loving ,
ey in it, Don-that is, not more thana talk like book! And must have ',
a '
Nora covered six pages with cheer- you love him. Yes, and let him L.:;
ful nothings, and ended as she had dollar or so for "an emergency.But learned that bow in dancing school. know that you love him, ere life'sevening ..-t.
this looks .
ended all her letters to him ,since But you've aroused my curiosity regarding tinge his brow with sun- ;- ,

childhood: "I love you heaps, Dad- Don knelt beside her, taking a roll the pendant, Don. Where set glory.-Jeremy Taylor.BLACKMAN. ,..'>. -'.
of bills from its ,:
hiding place.
shall we look?
dy, your Nora. Nor did she omit
the three black crosses below her "It-it's a thousand dollars!" he % : } They found, the pendant: a thingof

name. They signified kisses. She said after a moment, awe in his such ra-re beauty that the girl -

had never forgotten them, even in voice. "It's ten one-hundred-dollar declared she should regard it as :

the busy days at college or when bills, Nora! Are you sure, absolutely her wedding gift. They found an .

touring Europe. The girl knew, ," that you didn't leave it ivory elephant from Belgium; and a Stock and Poultry Medicines :n
though he had never told her in so here? vase from Dresden so feminine and

many words, that her father would She laughed unsteadily."Of V dainty that Nora laughed at the Are Reliable

feel cheated if those crosses (first course I'm 'sure! Do you thought of a mere man's buying it. .Blackman's Medicated Lick
imagine that I went 'round "But she won't always "But I it for "
appearing in her letters when she carryinga bought my wife A-Brik.

was only seven and James away on thousand dollars-especially in a be beautiful. explained Don soberly. "She must Blackman's Stock PowderBlackman's

business) were omitted. mesh bag for anyone to see? EvenI have, been in kindergarten at the .
make your eyes shine. I found it Cow Tonic
Nora mailed the wasn't as careless of time.
letter that after- money as
in Tokyo-pure rose du Barry witha .Blackman's PowderBlackman's
all that! Dad must have it "While her. husband Hog ': r,'
noon when they went to the Port in put there a kiddie of
flight of butterflies the :
spanning _
search of a kitchen apron. when he packed these things, Don., eleven, toured Germany alone?" Poultry Tablets ',
entire bowl. Got it for almost.nothing
"Do you think he'll answer it?" Oh, it was dear of him! How-how asked Nora, rising to put the teapot Blackman's Poultry Powder :; ,.;
too I'll admit that chair
she questioned, hope in her voice; can anybody be so dear, and yetso you're, worshiping; though left me withouta back in its case. "This jade is Blackman's Lice Powder _.

and Don, who had been wonderingthe hard? He. bothered to pack my single yen! too valuable to be left here indefi- Highest Quality-Lowest Price ,. :;;
same thing, thought savagely: clothes himself. I know he did. nitely, Don. What shall we do withit ,
"He's a beast if he doesn't!" thoughall ,And he sent everythingeverythingexcept "And ,see here, girl! (He was ?", Satisfaction Guaranteed or .' .':', :i
prying up a box cover.) "When I
he said "I wouldn't silver slippers. I "Ship it to Ven's studio in back ;
was: expecttoo my won first saw this candelabra it was the New your money J
much of him-at first, Nora." dershe glanced up wistfully) property of a Russian nobleman, a York. A friend of his look* after BUY FROM YOUR DEALER ':. /i
James Lambert did not "I wonder why he kept the while He'iJ :
answer slippers, post-war exile. It's said to have be- things they're abroad. .':...::
that letter; but one afternoon some Don." longed to a Czar of all the Russias, got my rugs. I couldn't leau 'em : BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO. .. .

ten days later when they turned "Is it so hard to guess, darling?" though you may season that story here for fear of moths, you kfiow. Chattanooga,Tenn. r. ;

away from the post office, empty Don answered; and then, perhaps, with a grain of salt. I bought it, "Rugs!" gasped Nora, sinking '
handed as usual Jim Perkins who because she had been 1;;
fighting them partly because it's ,such a beautiful limply into the priceless chair. "On
ran not only the general store but courageously for days, Nora's tears example of Russian brass; but prin- top of all these treasures do you Elements of Friendship :}

the express office hailed them jovially came. cipally because the Grand Duke (or possess rugs?" There are t elements that go : '." ,\;

: whatever the poor guy was) looked "Only three, lady." Don spoke as to the composition of friendship.One ". ';
"Hi there, Mr. Mason! Yourwife's CHAPTER VII hungry. There!" He held aloft an if confessing a grave fault. "But is Truth, the other is Tender- "_''of
baggage come in on the morn- if must know the bitter
eight-branch candlestick. "A stunner rugs, you ness.-Emerson.
in' train. Want I should carry it Looking back on that truth weakness
summer isn't it? are my pet ; "
down to the shack right now?" over a span of years, it seemed to "Oh, Don!" breathed Nora. "I_ the three in .question-well, wait -- :
Puzzled, they crossed the street Leonora Mason the most till 'em!" ,
tranquilof see
I almost Duke you
am glad the Grand ? iJlOROLINE <>
and entered the small frame build- her entire life.' For wife drew in .,
Don His
the needed nourishment!" a deep breath of 1'1 ,
ing which served the American Express SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
was too spent to be rest- Don astonishment. 7:,
laughed dived into
a corner
was thinking less. He wanted only the healing for another box and stared at 'it, "Is-is there anything more?" ,;._:
could that '
man mean? Then her peace of woods and rocks and white- puzzled. i Don had to laugh as he responded "

eyes trunks fell that on had the familiar steamer capped water, these and-Nora! "Wonder what's here. I seem to : "Books, my. .dear. Too manyof I .':
accompanied Slowly, steadily, his lost weight remember some Venetian glass, 'em to unpack here. I lose my SMALL SIZE E'
all Beside them LAS1.20ZE60c
over Europe.with her neat- came back. His skin darkened to and-By George! I've completely mind when I go into a bookstore; s .y .
ly tagged stooda
new name
its accustomed tan. His and unless want childrento .- .
buoyantstep you your
wardrobe trunk that she had never forgotten the jade pendant! We sim- -. :,'
before-a handsome which the girl had missed so ply must dig up that pendant, Nora, go barefoot, Nora, you must lead ;" '

Her seen heart when one. sorely, returned also, though, for you can wear' it.now, not wait,. me gently but firmly away from '..1IIA"O
quickened she
saw strangely perhaps this was the last as you'll have to for these other such temptation." ;'

that the clear tags were addressed in the thing to mend.It things until we're old, and wrin- She sniiled; then after a moment Brings Blessed Relief -
neat of
script a generationthat
was Don who instructed his kled, and settled down. SomehowI observed thoughtfully: from aches and pains of -

ther's knew penmanship.no typewriters-her fa wife in the art of cooking. can't just see us settled down "I seem to have married a most RHEUMATISMNEURITIS ,:(

"He-he has sent "Not that 1 mind being chef to darling." surprising individual. But why,

said to Don, her voice my unsteady."I things .she the Queen of Hearts," he told her, "It wouldn't be so bad to settle may I inquire, when Father was a bottle and. Why LUMBAGOTry Suflor?

Don "but you've got to learn, Madam. down with possessions as beautifulas probing your deplorable lack of 'HI.'lIarc.I.'DII''IcJi."H.Ho; ;
see, murmured then to
: Come times when your man gets these to keep us company. Whaton bank balance, didn't you mention
the "We're
expressman Jim.: Send, on our way'home home after a hard day's work he'll earth are you producing now, these treasures you've collected?"

now, 'em along. want his dinner. But I wouldn't be- Don? Don't try to tell me it's a jade The young man stared at her,

"You can ride on the truck, both gin with soups, if I were you," he teapot! It is? Well, you must have eyes widening.TO ,} "
o' you, just as well as not," offered added cautiously. "That tomato been in funds when you purchasedthat ( BE CONTINUED) ;
the man cheerfully. "That is," he bisque-" !" rJ/IV.p ;,

added with a twinkle, "if the. lady'snot Laughter sprang into his eyes as Her husband smiled, seated him- The Fasces on Our Coins n ;t.'
too proud! they met hers; and Nora said: "You self upon a packing case and answered The fasces on our dimes are em- OIyY

"She's not." Nora assured him; were a hero to swallow itl! My father eyes dreamy with reminiscence blems common to works of art. The 6 ES

and managed a light laugh, while would have thrown the whole : "You're quite mistaken. I I fasces were the rods made into a E

the man shouted to some invisible mess out the door. Do you supposeI'll bought this teapot of a most gentle- bundle to enclose a protruding ax You find them announced in '

person in the rear: "Back the truck ever, ever learn Don?" manly bandit, during that Chinese and were borne by the ancient Roman the columns of this paper by

right up to the platform, Iry and She looked so like a troubled lit- rebellion in which I had the luck to lictors to execute the judg- merchants of our community -

cart these trunks down to Mr. Ven- tle girl, this usually sophisticatedbride figure; and paid him what amounted ment of the magistrate. Adolph Al- who do not feel they must keep

able's old.shack. And get a move of his, that Don pulled him- to about six-fifty of our money.It exander Weinman, a native of Ger- the quality of their merchandise -

on!I" self out of the big chair to secure was loot, of course; but I argued many and a member of the United or their prices of under the cover.
It is safe to buy mer-
The trunks were locked. a kiss--_.. ,: that since someone was des- States commission of the fine arts, chant ':who ADVERTISES.
"Which means," said Don, 'when "Of course you'll learn! The fried tined to get a bargain, it might as in 1916 designed our 10-cent pieces

they made the discovery, "that the potatoes this noon were marvel- well be I. Isn't it a marvelous and the 50-cent coins. I

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Man Takes Own W. Sheigert, owner, 39 feet. straw Clerk. Board of Public Instruction of Hen- County Florida, and having: been
I Leilani, auxiliary yawl of New ]f. E. VON MACH. I try County. Florida, and it appearsto duly put was unanimously carried. .
Chairman. the best interest of the public The Chairman of the Beard and
Life At Moore HavenMoore York, H. A. Offutt, owner, 50 feeL LOUIS O. GRAVELY, :' free schools of Hendry County i Bobble Mac, Jacksonville, C. H! Attorney.ATTEST ida. and said Special School District authorized to prepare the form of
S. A. GRAVES, that said petition be granted and ballot for said election and were also
Brown, 30 feet. Supt. I bonds be issued for the purposes directed by motion duly made seconded -
( Haven Democrat) j Pahlo' New York, H. C. Miner, April 15, 22, 29; May 6, IS. therein requested, now and carried, to cause a noticeof
THEREFORE: BE IT RESOLVED: said election in addition to. the
Frank W. Randall, 42, a second owner, 54 feet.Shrimpers i I I I That the Board of Public Instructionof foregoing resolution, to be publishedIn
through during two- Hendry County, Florida, for and the Clewiston News for four con-
cousin of H. G. Southard of this RESOLUTION AND CALL FOR AN
In behalf of said Special Tax School secutive weeks as required by law.
city: took his own life early Mon- week period ending Thursday were ELECTION ON MAY 17, 1038. District" No. 7 of Hendry County, M, E. Von Mach, Chairman
home the J. J. Hanson, Frances G., Tar-: I Florida determine that It Is to the S. A. Graves, Supt. and Secr'y.
the Southard
day morning at Resolution And Call For Election To
best interests of the public free Louis 0. Gravely, Attorney. .-
just east of town on the extensionof tar, St. Marys, Columbia, No. 2 r'f i Authorize An issue of 950,000.00:: schools of Hendry County, Florida, ..-
St. Augustine, Jacksonville and Savannah Itnndt II y Special Tax School District and of said Special Tax School Dis-
Avenue I east of the canal. Poor No. ,7 Hcmlry Count, Flor trict No.7, that said bonds be issued
health for a number of years and I ranging from forty to I ida. In the principal sum of Fifty Thousand -
feet. The Honorable Board of Public Instruction (50000.00 dollars, which said
dread of another necessary opera- fifty-one | of Hendry County, Florida, bonds be dated July 1st, A. D. 1938 VOTE FOR ,
tion are believed to have been responsible met in regular session in their office bear interest at the rate of 6 percentper
at the court house in LaBelle annum payable semi-annually on D. STUART GILLIS ,:
for his suicide. An at- State C. of C. Asks Florida on April 2, 1938. with Chair- the 1st day of July and the 1st day
throat with man M. E. Von Mach presiding, and CANDIDATEFor
tempt to cut his a of January of each and every year,
members Mrs. Homer Taylor and Mr.. and that said bonds be payahle at
safety. razor blade was unsuccessful All to Use Oranges Roy Messer present. I the Chase National Bank in the Cityof
and death did not come until The petition of the taxpayers of New York, and be numbered from
Special Tax School _District No. 71 1 te50 Inclusive each bond to be for
he had discharged a shotgun J I Hendry County, Florida, was read as I one thousand ($1.000,00) dollars and j :l JUSTICEOF
into his chest. follows to-wit that the bonds mature us follows,
The Florida state chamber oi 1 PETITION to the Honorable Board to-wit:
Mr. Randall, whose home address (\ Public Instruction of Hendry Two Thousand (2000.00 on July '
is' 3046 SW '14th St., Miami, commerce Is asking the cooperation County, Florida. I If 1st of years, A. p. 1941 to, 1965 in- SUPREME
of all Floridians in their We, the undersigned qualified free clusive. J
came to Moore Haven the latter holder electors of Special School Tax BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED COURT
part of January to make his home drive to help dispose of the state'srecord District number seven, Hendry Coun-]I That an election be and the same is I
orange crop. The season .i s ty Florida DO HEREBY PETITION hereby called, for the purpose of determining "
for awhile with Mr. and Mrs. '. The Board of Public Instruction of I whether or not the said Group
"Southard and attempt, to regain his getting late and unless fruit, Js Hendry County, Florida, to call a bonds shall be issued as requestedin I One
moved swiftly, much of the crop Special Election in said Special School said petition and that said election -
health. He had been feeling much Tax District to determine if said I he held within the said Special
better since coming here and had I will rot in the groves. April 2127an District shall issue and sell Fifty Tax School District on the 17th day I\ .-,
intensive drive will be made to''I I Thousand Dollars in Bonds for the of May, A. D. 1938, and that for the
seemed very well contented witha ,I purpose of building, furnishing and purpose of holding said electicn the
the to- market. EAT i
few chickens to care for and a move crop repairing buildings etc. following inspectors and clerk he
MORE ORANGES should be the I IL J. Oglesby; R. C. Nowling; I appointed within the said Special
small plot of vegetables.On Mrs. H. C. Avant; H. C. Avant: Tax School District in Hendry Coun- "
slogan of everyone in the state," J. E. Beardsley Malcolm W. Bigg v
of last week he ; : I ty Florida. JJJJJJWJ1
Thursday using oranges to eat, drink and in W.V.. Perry; R. Y. Patterson; W. INSPECTORS Mrs. Beryl Bowden;
Miami to bring back his C. Prewitt E. E. Kelley Elbert L.
went to salads and desserts. I ; ; I Mrs. Josephine Wright; Mrs. Hazel
mother Mrs. Anna Randall, for a I Stewart; G, H. Small; M. Crochet;!I Prewitt.
Following is the bulletin issuedby Frances M. Small; A. O. Ward; L. CLERK: Mrs. Edith Rackstraw.
visit. While there he had a physical Florida State Chamber of Com- C. Rosenberg: Fred Henrickson;. John DEPUTY: T. E. Markette.
examination and learned that he' Elmore; Peter Chagaris; B. E. Nail, And that said electicn be held In
I' merce: Sr.; Mrs. H. J. Oglesby; H. A. Be-- the usual voting place in said pre- Mter
would have to submit to another I Dear Floridian: tor; AW C. Owen;' F.' D. Duff; R. G. cinct, and as provided in the gen- ,
severe operation. He had already George; Keathley Bowden; T. J. eral election law of the State of OF THE ,
I Again we ask your cooperationin Geiger; C. M. Christian; G. L. Can- I Florida.BE .
undergone several of these and I a matter vital to AllFloridaI trell; Harry H. Turner; Dorothy D. IT FURTHER RESOLVED:
told his mother that he would Turner Joe Griffin; O. F. Schiffli, That this resolution be published In
all Floridians.It M. D.; G. H. George; Dan B. Allen; the Clewiston News, a newspaper of
rather die than undergo another.I I is unnecessary to tell you how G. E. Etherton; AV., A. Goff; M. D. general circulation, published in
His mother returned to Miami Sun- Bledsoe; E. M. Cornette; Mrs. DaveG. Hendry County, Florida, fcr ,four fAOUP TWO
the welfare of Floridians and all Alston; J. G. Niblack; A. AV. consecutive weeks. -
day morning and the remainder of sections of our State are bound together Sias; Mrs. A. AV. Sias; A. AV. Lawrence Mrs. Homer Taylor a member of 1 emocrafic Primary 1938Tw
the day he appeared to Mr. and ; Mrs. A. AV.. Lawrence; C. H. the Board of Public Instruction of
with that of the Florida Berner; Mrs. C. H. Berner; Mrs. R. Hendry County, Florida, moved the: .nty Fiv. Achv Years E panene. In the
Mrs.\ Southard to be very nervous Citrus Industry. When it prospers, -C. Nowling;. Dave Alston; Marion F. adoption of the foregoing resolutlon'l General Practice of Law
and his actions were totally unlike Leydig; Viola F. Owen; I. A. Mc-, which motion was .....
all .
we prosper Its profits puts Gehee; L. M. McGehee; Mrs. Thos. Roy Messer, a member of the Board
normal. He laid on his bed in his dollars, directly or indirectly, into B Shelley; M. H. Crouch; Mrs. M. of Public Instruction of Hendry I
room downstairs all day Sundayand all H. Crouch; Mrs, Keathley Bowden; ,-
our pockets. Edith Rackstraw ----------- .
L. '
; Dr. J. AV. '
did not even get up to do the Florida growers this year are Ezelle; Mrs G. B. Thomas; R. C. .- ;

usual afternoon chores. raced with a record Wilson; Jewell Hooker; AV. C. Hooker ," :.<;: '
orange crop. -
Mrs. Southard in town, ; John J. Kettl; AV. C. Kolstad.
Unless we' move swiftly, much of I The Board of Public Instructionof ;
had her alarm clock set for 5:30
that record crop will rot in the Hendry County having duly
Monday morning and when it went sidered the petition and con-1
groves and our growers will suffer the same, and being of the l i
off was just preparing to get up tremendous losses.Thousands that it was to the best Interest of I ,C fa4
and dress to come to work when the public free schools of Hendry i DAVE
of chain and inde- County, Florida, and of Special Tax'School ."
she heard Mr. Randall moving pendent stores in all parts of the District No. 7 of Hendiy
about downstairs and then heard I County, Florida, being fully advisedas
United States have in the past, and to the needs of the public free
him coming up the stairway to plan in the future, a gigantic cam- schools In said district and particu- b'"h
their one room on the second floor. larly In the town of Clewiston located t15OLTZrwb t
paign, to move this record crop in said district, and.. it appearing
As he reached the top of the ,stair- to market. Their next intensive effort to the Board of Public Instructionof

way he was in plain view and in is slated for April 21-27. I Hendry County, Florida. that said
petition was in form
the dim early morning light Mrs. However, ."The Lord helps them and that proper the same was and signed substance -- f

Southard could see the blood on that help themselves I by more than twenty-five percentof
and we the duly qualified "W1DEDAYPaid
electors resid- :
his pajamas but could riot; see the Floridians must within said : :
do our share right I ing Special Tax School : \
wound at his throat. She ,screamedas now and District and that said petition set .
during after this Orange
forth in
general terms
I the amountof jl
she saw him and he, merely Campaign. bonds desired to be issued and

made a noise as though attempting. Therefore we to the purpose thereof and that the
urge you put
proceeds derived
to speak. He walked directlyvto the your every effort behind Florida such bonds shall be from used the for the sale'of pur- .

shotgun at the head of their bed oranges, please bulletin all poses set forth In said petition I
and before they could realize his members to Florida RESOLUTION for by friends of Dave Sholtz
use oranges, WHEREAS A petition has been
iptention had picked it up and dis- spread the good word to all your filed with the Board of Public Instruction -

charged it into the left side of his friends and acquaintances of Hendry County, Florida
ho- -
urge signed by than
more 25
percent of
chest. Death was almost instan- tels and restaurants to feature the duly qualified electors residing( M3Ni 1& Jr iI
taneous. within Special Tax School '
Florida oranges in appetizers and No.7, Hendry 'County, Florida and I'' A
Mrs. Southard, as soon as she salads, order them at civic WHEREAS, The said
your petition has
could dress, ran to the home of luncheon and banquet sessions, and been carefully considered by the I :I:!: Vote For ::

D. A. Spear, their closest enighbor, in every way you can think of I I

who went to summon Sheriff J. J. SELL FLORIDIANS ON THE IDEA J, ,

Wiggins and County Judge Jas. M, OF BUYING AND EATING MORE ,f Melvin Eo Russell j jt :1

Couse. A coroner's jury: was hur- FLORIDA ORANGES. :XI

riedly empannelled and an inquest Strange as it may seem, there is 7Itit: ni j jI I

held about six-thirty.: The verdict a definite undeveloped market ft.ORIDA I :(( '

was suicide. right here in Florida for Florida :

Mrs. Randall was summoned oranges. LET'S SELL THAT FLOR- I .'

immediately and came for the body IDA MARKET, for if WE don't or H: Candidate ]:

Monday taking it to Miami for can't, NO ONE ELSE WILL. W

burial. Other survivors include a Again stressing the great needof 11 ij tt': .

brother in New York an'd one in QUICK and INTENSIVE actionin 9i111 T :J: Y Y

Chicago both of whom came to : Y
'm J JiIW r. for Y
Miami as soon as they heard of the ANGES matter and with warmest : .t.

tragedy. personal regards, I am, believe me :J r r y y

Sincerely yours, r

BOATS OX WATERWAY Harold Colee, Pres. I I w mllll :J Jm ;: i:;:

(Moore Haven Democrat) &J Ii1 t ::J,. STATEr

Hellu of Watch Hill, R. I., own- NOTICE or ANNUAL MEETING OF L I IL
ed by H. S. Marston, 55 feet. Also LAXDOWNKKS OI" SLOAKLANDDKAIXAGn '*' rtiI g:! i i :j i. '
made return trip. Notice, Is hereby given that I I { t4r

Little Mako, 22 feet, Thorne pur-I :.j!: 1 1PAGE ::

Donnelly, owner of Hobe Sound. suant to call of the Board of Supervisors '. '
of Sugarland Drainage Dis- I :
I 'i
Made trip both ways. trict. the annual meeting of the .j SENAT-'OR
She J. Ill of Miami, owned by Landowners of Sugarland Drainage ( I'
District for the year 1938 will be held .,:. .
Jesse Jones, 60 feet.
at the office of said District in the .'. h
South :Moon, of Anna Maria, R. City Hall Building at Clewiston, A
Hendry County, Florida on Tuesday, Stop at th. .j L r ;4a. r--- A
H. Eddy owner, 42 feet. May! 3, 1938. at ten o'clock A. M..: rkk''. 4.f 1 jai,; A

Kashagawigamog, Philadelphia, Eastern Standard Time, for the pur- A
poses of: itotelPotcieia A
owned by J. Henderson 55 feet.
Electing one supervisor for a termof ,I A
Marlen 111 of New York, owned three years. j:; The most important duty of society is the proper' educationof +

by F. M. Dumbaugh, 87 feet. Made Receiving ing such annual action report with and tak- 1 I..i: its children. Schooling its youth is the nation's biggest and :::

crossing both ways. thereto as landowners may respect determine 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll ;:. only' indisiteniable hllsin s. .;.

Irene, of Buffalo, F. C. Arner, ; and I.j r; In the lace of disaster on a sinking !ship wo 'would shrike ;j;
Transtactlng such other business 1.1 t: dowa aiij one who attempted to save himself at the expense of a ::
38 feet. "Q may come before the meet- Outside Rooms With :1
laff. .j;. child. Children come first not only on a sinking ship but in our .;.

Whim, New Orleans, owned by HOARD OF SUPERVISORS Private Bath I .j:: hearts, our homes, our churches, and schools. The human race 'can A

Edward Morris, 74 feet. OF DISTRICT.By SUGARLAND. DRAINAGE .1:. lift itself higher only as children are lifted up. -j.

Dolly, Newport, R. I., P. S. I : F. D. Duff, President. COOL, CLEAN, QUIET .j:; Love of parents for their children is a love that passeth all .. I

Kaull, owner, 36 feet. Dated: April 1, 1938: .1:: umleistanding. While they are here on earth patents want to give :_:

Mary Lou, Perth Amboy, N. J., : April 14. 21. Overlooking Biscayne, Bay 1.1:_ their children whatever is (best, and when they puss on they' wants +

R, J. Jones, ,owner, 35 feet. I .1:: leave them a good hciitage. We can leave our children no bet- ::: '

Sea Lion, Erie, Pa., H. ci Miller, : NOTICE Two. blocks to Shops, Theatre and :t. ter heritage than an opportunity to acquire a good education. It ..j..

owner, 36 feet. Business Section. :: mean: more than a heritage of sold.: :
given .. 1oand forever the education of children will be our big- .:
Dalew, cabin shark boat, of Jacksonville Notice is ; that a Spe- ..
gest tail On it progress: and peace depend. However, in order to
40 feet. cial election will be held at the usual RATES I {. 2
voting place In Clewiston, Florida make sine that progress is in the tight direction and peace permanent :;:
Fli-Hawk, New York, H. K. within Special School Tax District it is necessary that education be the right kind. .;. '

Smoot, 'owner, 81 feet. Number Seven Hendry County. Florida $1.50 Single I 3I I am: veteran of the world war and a school man by profes .:.
on the 17th day of May A. D. !
Miyo, Dunedin, owned by the 1938 for the purposes of electing I. sion.! I know that ,the legislature is the state's all-powerful official :::

Wheeler Ship Corp., 37 feet. three trustees for said Special School $2.50 Double 'I :: body and can make or mar our future. I have lord ample .i.

West Wind, Centerville, Mass., and Tax for District the further to servo purpose for two of determining year I.?.: pieparntion and fe'I'ell qualified to serve the people of the ::

H. C.' Hartshorn, owner, 40 feet. the amount of millage to be IjMonthly '. Tweiitj-Fourth Senatorial 111 strict in an utterly unselfish way. .;.
Vandy, Jacksonville, C. R. Van assessed by said Special School Tax Special Family, Weekly & I :: I P ed;!;e a vigorous and unrelenting fight for school improvement, y
District for the next two years. Rates i j. beL'e\ing that thus our children will be most benefited. I know ..
,De Carr, owner; 43 feet. Notice Is further given that the :: ..
have been of no other war to render greater sen-ice. ;
following appointed us I..
,Toxaway, Miami, E. H. Sutton, election officials to conduct said) S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor ;' (Paid Political Advertisement) ::
owner., 46 feet. election Viz Mrs. Beryl Bowden Mis. I. AM
( MabeJ $.,' Fort Josephine Wright Mrs. Hazell Prew- ..
LauderdaJe F
r. -0 itt Inepectors and Mrs. Edith Rack- i'Z.
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