The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00680
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 29, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00680
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Revival Services in TentRev. To Be


W! L. Head of Tampa The Duval

SENIOR CLASSDr. evangelist for the' state Baptist LAST NIGHT BY FIRE West Palm FOR HANDICAP

board opened a series of revival [ largest TITLE

services in a tent tabernacle near I T through the

D. Jenkins Williams of Punta i the City Hall with services Wednesday i I The small building on the rear ,the holding E. M. "Little-Doc"- VanLanding-

Gorda was guest Speaker at the I r' evening.: I II of the lot on which the Wilbur Golf

Kiwanis Club meeting Wednesday I Rev. Head's meetings are of an Goff building is located was' destroyed club in the former West Palm Beachite.

evening when the Club entertainedas interdenominational character, and by fire of an unknown ori- Entries to later reformed to become one

guests of honor the ten members :- he has requested the newspaperto gin at midnight last night. The confined to the Everglades foremost celery

of the Class of '38 of the extend for him a cordial Invitation building was formerly a lunch and will be battled over 36 holes last

Clewiston High School. Dr.: Will- to everyone to attend the / room and was moved to the rear There will be at the Clewiston
: Golf Club
iams is a former minister of the services. ,of the lot in October 1936, when all trophies will

local Community Church and is a Rev. Head is well known over I the new building which houses the out charge by become the first man to wear ,

great favorite with the young peopleof the state and has conducted meet- j Sunrise Cafe and Royal's store, tion. official Everglades Handicap

this vicinity. ings in many of the larger cities i!was erected. It has been remodel- Although no Golf crown. "Little

for the state board. He is a preacher and was being used been literally snatched the head-
President Perry turned: the meet- I led as living formed in I
of much ability and his splendid out of the hands of Louis
ing over to R. N. Smith, program ( quarters by Mr. Goff. it is expected
chairman, who requested B. E. Christian character has endearedhim I The building and its contents bo thrown into Pahokee's exponent of Holly-
to hundreds who have attended who some time past gained
were completely destroyed but that
Herring, 'Kiwanian and principalof everyone
his I little notoriety in a local foot-
the school, to introduce the meetings.The the fire truck reached the scene chance at
music for the is 'scandal when it was alleged
prevented the spread of the sun-gold
guests of honor. Mr. Herring pre- land
.p4_ being directed by Mrs. Head I certain foreigners, that he, in
a tire to the
sented Miss Betty Hooks, saluta- I new building on the which the
torian Miss Dorothy Hare, valedic- pianist of unusual talent, whose as- i lot. A passer-by saw the flames to present. with another football

torian and Gladys Willis Warren, sistance is of much value to the in the southeast corner of the losers in this : were tossing favorable de
toward the Pahokee
Dorothy Bethea, Conrad Clark, ; revival services. I building near the ceiling and gave in additional foot-
Rev. Head states that he will. team on which, it was further
Bernice O'Neal Carlisle Redish, the alarm. Mr. Goff was out of ing of which
conduct services each evening at ;'town when the 'fire occurred awarded. both had sons playing. The
'''Mildred Ward and Jack Wynn, and ;
I,8 o'clock. For the present there II knew of it investigation however,
members of the class. William John- I nothing until several Definite dates
; will be no morning services except hours'later.. be announced in to practically everyone's
of the graduating -
son, also a member I
I I and beyond the shad-
class was not present.Dr. on Sundays. A large crowd was attracted by
of a doubt that neither Gold
i[i the siren and the fire truck reached '
Williams' splendid talk was Financing his brother official had
but Morning Services at I .the scene quickly. Mr. Goff any
addressed to the graduates inviting charley-horses
stated that the building was insured -
was one that brought much pleasure broken collar bones for the.
ChurchA I for $300, but that he had no
and thought to all who heard Community Ii of Everglades football, so the
insurance on the furniture or per-
him. Dr. Williams congratulatedthe was dropped forwith much
sonal belongings which burned. He
Seniors upon their achievementand Washington the manner of a red-hot chest-
special service will be held |also stated this morning that he home
Mr. Herring for his work with Spring The scandal however, seem-
and said that be- in the Clewiston Community, Church had eight twenty-dollar bi'.ls in a ally brisk in
the graduates to have nauseated Gold in the
cause of his friendship and association next, Sunday morning. May the coffee can in his room and that eral savings of guessing and regretting

with the school pupils duringhis first Rev. F. C. Taylor announces. he 'had been unable to find any in that :State he turned his capable talents
trace of the can or its contents.The ,
,years in Clewiston he felt that Preston Delano golf. That he has entirely re
The program will begin at eleven
point where the flames
had some part in their were Federal Home himself should
he, too, be very evi
o'clock and will include a communion I first reported is near the electric "During the
development. I indeed to every loyal resident
service. The rite of bap- j I meter and it is possible that de- home mortgage
of the Everglades because after
Pointing out that the Class :
'38 is graduating at a fine time tism will be offered for adults as fective wiring was the, cause of 'the these : being runner-up: in the Ever

k. in the history of the world and well as infants and any who may fire. 000,000 to $ .,. Handicap Championship is
,the nation, the speaker gave a desire to unite with the church of $4,000,000 to be sneered off lightly with

series or'v ry 'pertinent statistics _Garden Club "These loans casual wave of the hand.
will be given the opportunity::The
which show the relative activitiesof : direct two, hopefuls fought a typi-
I. general public is invited to attend I Re monthly
the United States as compared ects' Officers English breeze four times

with other countries. With, only 6 this special 'morning service. which is the Clewiston layout, very

percent of the world's area and There will be no evening serviceon I where." in an even manner. Gold

7 percent of the world's population May 1st. The Garden Club re-elected its Mr. Delano under a 14 handicap to

the United States consumes I present officers Mrs. F. M. Wright, to the steady 8, possessed a
The ,Sunday School meets everySunday" Bowden.'L
48 percent of the world's coffee chairman and Mrs.. G. B. Rack- savings' of these stroke advantage and after us:
at 9:45., The Christian
53 percent of the tin 56 percent straw, secretary-treasurer at its ing the one of them to tie No.2, made
Endeavor Society meets every Mon-
of the rubber 72 percent of the regular meeting held yesterday afternoon creased to $ next one good for first blood
:4 ,
8:00 The
day evening : p. m. ,
./4 36 percent of the coal 42 percent junior choir meets Monday evening i at the home of Mrs. Keath- ord totalof $ No.4. turning the first nine

of the pigiron, 47 percent of the, at 7:00 p. m. and the adult i ley Bowden. Both Mrs. Wright and More than a up. "Little Doc", however, took

copper 69 percent of the crude petroleum Mrs. Rackstraw have served efficiently savings during next three holes to go 2 up,
choir meets Thursday evenings. The
and 21 percent of the Wednes- i during the past year and ported. Savings the former football official
junior C. E. meets every
sugar. The United States operates their re-election was ,unanimous.The Federal took two pack to square
afternoon at 3:30.
60 percent of the telephone and Club voted to join the Flori- up .to $5,000 : They went to ,lunch with

telegraph facilities of the world, da Audubon Society an organization Federal Savings a single hole to the good

33 percent of its railroads and 30 Hendry Ranks 49th | which has for its aim the ance won this advantage on", the "r.

percent of ,its motor cars. This ]I preservation of wild life particularly instrumentality ;
'- -
nation produces 70 percent of the In Gas Consumption I birds of all, species. Through I Government. afternoon first''' nine was --.,

,1 oil 60 percent of the wheat 50 II II I this membership the local Garden'' a, repition of the morning ac-s'.... ..

percent of the copper and pig iron I Club, will be participating in a national Local : Gold going I, up on No. :

and 40 percent of the lead and Hendry County ranked 49th !I movement to conserve- the I and the match being squared '

coal produced in the entire world.Dr. among the state's 67 counties iu fast vanishing wild life. Mrs. F. For Air times before they reached

Williams(( used these figures to the amount of gasoline consumed I C. Taylor is membership chairmanof I turn just as they had started.

impress upon the graduates the during the month of March accord-I the Audubon Society for Hen- this point "Little Poison" put

progressive character of the nation ing to the monthly report I dry county. The local post the pressure to go 3 up on N>.

and age in which they live. He inspection bureau of the depart- Mrs.: Wright appointed com- preparations for and after dropping the net

pointed out that the educated men ment of agriculture at Tallahassee.The mittees to take care of the flower ticipation in retained his two hole art--

and women are the type to forge retail sales in Hendry coun- needs of the senior class at grad- week: May -\ to win 2 and 1.

ahead and do things for themselves ty during March totalled 105,394 uation and to decorate the school Sias postmaster had previously,

rather than to wait idly by for gallons while the total sales for auditorium for the various commencement A. W. Lawrence V. C. Denton (8)), Pahokee,

others. the state were 32394982. exercises.An goal for 4V. C. Owen (12), Clew-

"The world is growing develop- Kerosene sales in Hendry coun- invitation, for members of the of one letter for 2 and 1 ; Emmett Shelley

ing and unfolding" said Dr. Williams ty for March were 14,010 and for Club to visit some interesting Miami [the territory ( Clewiston, 3 and 1; and Lou

and in the United States todayare the entire state 3079358. gardens was extended by letter The goal is high : (8), Belle Glade 7 aid

many possibilities and wonderful from Mrs. N. C.Storey, former Clew- cooperation of Gold had redeemed himself by

opportunities. He urged the Choir iston resident. Several members) affairs of this Luther Jones' (17).
to AppearIn
graduates to be good sportsmen plan to make a two day trip to Miami possible to attain Glade 3 and 2 in 27 holes;

and showed that the character of Palm Beach in the near future in acceptingthe A special Curry (20), Clewiston 1 up;

those to whom the world gave invitation. line of the C. VanLandingham (17), South

greatest applause must be fair I Members attending the meeting as its main 2 up; and Ralph Kirk (14),

[" enough to be good! losers as well The Clewiston Community Choir I brought flowers and vases and a pared and will Glade 5 and 4.
. winners. The adulation of letter sent out will receive appropriate
as good
which is gaining quite a reputa- contest for flower arrangementwas
the populace is given only to those tion among neighboring, churches held, Mrs. E. L. Stewart winning week. emblematic of the event.

who can stand praise. "Be true, of the Everglades section and is first prize by the vote of those Some special golfing Owen family of
live true. Be honest and live an made to the I held a field meet last
spreading its fame to both west present. Her entry was a white :
it will mean much to the best with only the senior mem
honest life and east coast churches will appear -I vase with mixed flowers in white per

you and a great deal to the ,world in a song program ,at th.} and, shades of pink and the artistic ing Air Mail \ being forced to apologize at

that needs it, were Dr. Williams' Memorial Presbyterian: church iu arrangement included many variet- iston Postmaster Monday morning breakfast
}.... ', office for his golf activities of the
words. Clewiston
closing w.cst'P1lm
; Beach Sunday May 1st ies ranging from Easter lillies and '
week. Mr. W. C. Owen foe-
Other visitors at the Kiwanis at 8 p. m. gladioli roses gerbera carnations tinction.
with the youthful Bob
meeting included W. C. Owen M. The service will be under the asters phlox petunias baby's j to duck
Belle Glade and lost
M. Prewitt Bob and Bruce Beards- direction of Rev. Edward A. Lird- breath, larkspur and other flowers.A of
W. F. match 2
Mrs. Flight ,
ley and Francis Wright. sey, minister of the church', J. E. splendid talk entitled "Spring"was Consolation
Beardsley director of the choir, made by Mrs. F. C. Taylor. Leydig and 1. Mr. Owen played under a
Creech 16.
has arranged the following pro- The talk' was a combination of excerpts spent Tuesday a
Mrs. C. E. Nail is visiting her morning's breakfast was
gram: from radio talks which Mrs. visiting Dr. and
parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Mun- Processional-"The Heavens Resound" Taylor made several months ago Mrs. pleasant repast for Mrs.
in Madison Florida. Friends Williaus however, as she won first
"Christ Is RisBeethoven's over WJNO and dealt with wild
of the Munroes will regret to hear en"-arr. Fifth Symphony life particularly with birds. companied them in the Fourth Flight from

that Mr. Munroe sustained a hip I I Pattison. "Adore Him"- Mrs.V)'ight distributed poinci- Myers. Harris' (26) of Belle Glade

injury in a fall ,the latter part I I Cherubim Song Gretchaninov. Of- ana seeds to all who cared for 6, playing one of the best
-------- - - -
of the week. Although his condi- fertory.-"We Thank 'L'hee"-duet them. ,* of her golf career. Mrs.

tion is not critical he has been by R. N. Smith and F. M. Wright. Mrs. O. A. \. played under a 28 handicap.
Attending were Mrs. J. W. Ezelle
Stewart, Mrs. W.
caused considerable pain, and it "Dark Waters" Jr., the youngest competi-
-Spiritual, Will Mrs. F. M. Wright Mrs. G. B. Olin Carleton \
member of the Owen family,
thought it might be
was necessary James. "Hallelujah Chorus" from
Rackstraw, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. Mrs. B. E. blues
to place his hip in a cast. Mount'of Olives, Beethoven no Monday morning
I -, .. F. C. Taylor, Mrs. B. A. Bourne Knight, and Mrs. (Continued on Page Ten) ,.
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I Quaker Work Camp Holiday I WHO'S ASK ME ? A Offering Quiz With Information Answers '.;.-' II I r rANOTHER [I

Fyn'j:rC ; on Various SubjectsThe ::1

s. Ii

Questions The Answers il
1. How is the date'' of Easter 1. "It is the first Sunday after !

sq THIS determined? o the full moon on or next after j:!
2. By what name is the Chinese March 21.'I'

l +.q y philosopher K'ung Fu Tze usually 2. Confucius. '

: ai TT known to' the Western world? 3. Nobles, clergy 'and common
WEEKBy 3. What were the "Three Es people.

fr tates" in France prior to the Rev- 4. Congress.

olution? 5. Seventy-one out of the ninety-
I' 4. Who makes the laws for the .
LEMUEL F. PARTON and 249 out of 435 rep-
District of Columbia? resentatives are lawyers.

NEW YORK.-The Nazis haven't 5. How many lawyers are ,therein 6. During the calendar year
Frau Katherina the United: States congress? 1937, 57,815,573 pounds of raw silk

Schratt. Unlike the Pompadoursand 6. How. much raw silk does the was'imported,.with an import val-

R or Montespans, usually among the United States import? I ue 'of $106,594,358.
ti 1
first victims of po-

Frau Katie litical upheavals, .
Immune to Austria's "Gnae-
Nazi's Ban dige Frau," as

Emperor Francis HOW to SEW
Joseph called her, has ridden the RUTHPEARSL.N. :

This summer, as last, several surf-board of dynastic and political

a scores of college students may work, change for nearly 60 years. She is

> eight hours a day at camps run by now eighty-two, doing crossword ."f '.
the American Friends Service Com- puzzles, disclaiming knowledge of .

b mittee. Pick-and-shovel vacations the current cataclysm, but longingfor

\ wF give students a sense of service. :the "good old days."

Last year in Fayette county, Penn- In those days, she was pretty .J/ L
sylvania, they helped make new Katie Schratt, a dancer in the Burg + 3?5 x I !l.f.i

homes for 20 families, including that theater, which was under the pat- x
'. of Joe Petrofsky and his family ronage of the emperor. After a hit IA I

(above). performance, with the emperor attending I ; .

55 ._.uu. .......m.__.__-_ she obtained an audience. I
"Sire," she said,. with a low

curtsey, "we cannot maintain \
ourselves on the salaries you
pay. I owe $50,000 for my cos-
tumes." 1fII.B

: PctuxeParade. The emperor promised a new ben-
efice for the theater and said he
would help her take care of her

debts. She was backing gracefullyto

the door"when the emperor said:

v "Gnaedige ,Frau, why do you
leave us?"
t She stayed 40 years, in a snug little
},r : '
? :w'riA.Lx'wZ v1rktGm.mvvc fi ,:
; villa by the palace gates.' The 1 1D

emperor, after a hard day swinging
Last summer at Fayette camp,
. the scepter, used to drop in at Frau
Miss Margaret Lamont of Trenton,
Katie's bottle of Pilsenerand
N. J., rang the dinner .ell.that called split a
sing a few songs. She knew all a
_ ousy campers from theIr tasKs after a hard day at their varied tasKS.
the mellow old tunes which he par- C

ticularly liked. She used to darn his .
socks and tell him when he neededa

*, j _>' / .. a r cut.
Italian Hemstitching: for a Chair Set
lY She refused to
T ;;'rY y f accept gowns or
: jewels, always remaining the x ,
chair set shown here is and; make
THE many things to for
"Gnaedige Frau, but the emperor,
of an meshed and the children. If
even yourself .you
'a ?f by an amusing artifice, induced her
cream linen, marked off in like hand work you will be pleased
to accept a fortune ,in gems. He
squares of Italian hemstitching with this unique book of complete
was a famous huntsman. He told
scrolls in outline stitch with directions for article
Tiny every illus-
her he was sending her a wild boar
he had killed. two diamonds in satin stitch are trated. Postpaid upon receipt of
embroidered in all the outside cor- 25 cents (coin preferred). Just
C She saw no harm in that. Whenit ners. The scroll motif is shown at ask for 'Book No. 2 and address

arrived, it had diamond earrings, lower left. The tassels are made Mrs. Spears, 210 South DesplainesSt.

Slain Boar a diamond neck- by raveling strips of the materialand ., ,Chicago, 111.KILLS.
lace and bracelets
then rolling them.
Is Studded and a diamond
With Jewels breast pin, and'its The chair back piece measures
back was studded 15 by 10 inches finished, and the

with precious Hapsburg jewels. chair arm pieces 7% by 1lh inches. "a 'ayI
Allowinch at all edges for
She was supposed to know more 1
the rolled hems. The hemstitched
of the secrets of the realm than Y
other She guarded them squares measure 2% inches. Mark
A ; jI person. them in pencil. The method of
; carefully, but did reluctantly reveala hemstitching the rolled edges is
few details of the Mayerling tragedy
shown here at A and B. Remem-
( J t e 41fv of 1889. I ber that a moist thumb always'

She said Archduke Rudolf helps in rolling an edge evenly. INSECTS (
shot himself, after killing Bar Italian' hemstitching is really just

oness Vetsera. That's the ver- two rows worked together as ON FLOWERS FRUITS ;

$ tS sion of the film now running.: It shown at C and D. To prepare VEGETABLES & SHRUBS
would make a good story if.
two threads
the rows, draw skip Demand original sealed
F somebody could take Frau four and then draw two more. bottles, from your dealer
L. I : Schratt to see "Mayerling": and
:: : Readers who have received 3H'Y
have her write a critical review.
their copy of Mrs. Spears' bookon
Sewing, for the Home Decorator -
MARK ETHRIDGE become 'will be pleased to know that _Ii: ssr0sr5n
of 'the radio
; st1 ;.r r industry.It Book No. 2 is now ready. Ninety
is hard to think of Mr. Ethridgeas
i j.e embroidery ; repairing -
Most girls at the Fayette camp I a czar, or even a third assistant ; also table settings; gifts;
Simon but he clicks
Legree neatlyas n
helped with"sewing and
an able, deft, diligent and resourceful -
but not Miss Dorothy Kas- executive. 1

kill, a nurse from Media, Pa., whowas'allowed Hidden BenefitsFew fO
While Mr. Ethridge is only forty-
to swing a hammer.
Students at the from four years old, he is of the type of housewives realize the underlying ,Jln4Become. an artis.tAll
come '
old-line )tV through our practical
legmanKadio of the ofa
many Eastern universities. The > advantage use proven method. Learn Commercial Art,
.T' > S leaders are mostly college teachersand Czar''newspaper' man, good light-oil furniture polish! Designing,Cartooning AT HOME in)your spare,
Began Career with an insatiableas Most is used only for the time.Trained artists are capable ofeamlDg$30
their wives, who pay a fee of polish S50. $75 a week.Write for FREE BOOK,"Art
- $50 to meet the expenses of the a Leg Man appetite for news. luster it bestows on the chairs, tot Measure and Profit."TelLs all about simple
A native of ,,Meri- tables woodwork in the method of learning to draw and gives details of .
'} 3p St eight or nine week season of the piano, TWO Artist'*Outfits given students.State age.
camp, as do student members. dian, Miss., with soft southern home. Rubbing the polish on Studio '79JF,Washington School ol Art
;1" x! Left: Walter Lawson, member of speech and instinctive courtesy, he cleans the furniture rks up a 1I1S.l5th Street N.W.,Washington D.C.

the Fayette community, busy in his ought to be an excellent trouble- glow-and the outward effect is

garden after returning from the shooter for the radio rather than a fresh and sparkling! But that is !

t4 '.A ,.'rl mines. Below: Miss Frances Ringof czar. He was a reporter on the only part of the housewife's re mal .
1 Michigan mixes paint while help- Meridian Dispatch, studied at the ward. For out of this domestic G

ing fix up a new home. University of Mississippi and routine comes definite benefit to
romped on up through grades to the the furniture! A reputable polish,

r y Q7 ''v -i." +'F"_ t:'.>.< "'<,. . Jm", :,",m ._' Z$ 1't managing editorship of the MaconGa. with a light oil base, does whatis I got my namein

( .) Telegraph. He was with the known as "feeding" the finish. the !
-y New York Sun in 1926 and his old The "massage" causes the oil to paper

friends there have been nominating into the of 0 "
penetrate, seep pores
him today for a loud cheer in this the wood-just enough to lubricateand Only Newspapers bring the ,),1

corner. keep it healthy! Here, it is
He was lured back to Macon, important to note that cheap pol- news of vital interest to you

went thence to the' RichmondVa. ishes are made with a heavy oil Headlines may scream of death and

( .) Times, of which he was base-and are "greasy" and unpleasant disaster without causing you to raise
publisher, and later became gen- o to use. The best polish an eyebrow. But if your son gets his

.a ') f/\. eral manager of the Louisville -made with a fine light-oil baseis name in the paper-that's real news!

Courier-Journal and Louisville never greasy. a Applied on a It isn't by accident that this paper
JI. \vJ/ a briT. Times. He spent the year 1933in damp cloth (according to directions prints so many stories which vitally

JS / ; central Europe, on an Ober- ),'it is neat to use and provesa interest you and your neighbors. Newsof
; L.iIt lander Trust fellowship, study- boon to the furniture! Lack of remote places is stated briefly and
Local is covered fully,
interpreted. news
ing: politics and economies and polishing-or the use of a poor because all good editors know that the
-the only touch of anticlimaxin polish-will cause the finest woodto news which interests the readers most

his career-the Versailles dry out, crack, split-for woodis is news about themselves.

r treaty. a product of Nature and needsa :Now is a good tune,to learn more
The radio has picked a man who certain amount of'oily moistness about this newspaper which is made
a K Sir'i q M l'I'J Invrr
knows the social and educational So polish the furniture regu- especially for you. Just for fun ask
box-score as well as good enters larly! Use a quality oil polishitpays yourself this question: How could we

tainment. For not only does .the furni- ,get along without newspapers? ,
Consolidated News Features. ture look better-it is better 1 Its KNOW YOUR NEWSPAPER
WNU Service.
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_______4 DIZZY DRAMAS-Now Play'ing-"BA.A.Al"
"' ------ Joe :Bowers
"' I dbnt have n\vcK society OHBo1'' t WHY IS A
I t:} lti rr BILLY GOAT
fly Friends are very SUNDAY ,1I

vtth. .bs l\\ Ige.t By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST.Dean ,
& way ot the Moody Bible Institute
oF life of Chicago. .'
Western Newspaper Union.

fly ir& vnhiasec Lesson for May 1 /II -tr* .5!

view !
vv ( aUNN o WHY 15 A HE'S
: GOLDEN TEXT-All things are possibleto
him that believeth.-Mark 9:23.
: Could Help.JUNIOR J
:: : Q0 tain. TOPIC-At the Foot of the" Moun.

..: Living Up to Our Knowledge of Christ: rs
Rr: \ Following Vision with Service. ..

One of the -lessons that rtit seems -

CLASSIFIED hard to learn and to keep 'constantly .
effective in the life of a Christianis

" DEPARTMENT spiritual that mountain-top uplift are not experiences an end: of in to Eat and Why I IYeast

themselves but a preparation for
service. All too pften we come, to

y: PHOTOGRAPHY regard such times of peculiar bless-

ing, whether in the privacy of our C Houston Goudiss egg yolk, milk, whole grain
:';1. *PHOTO FINISHING own room, or in the great confer- Discusses cereals, liver and green"leafy veg-
Eot Eight genuine Ra- ence of Christian workers, as some- etables are good sources of this
c: TWO FREE dex Hi-Gloss prints thing which should glow warmly in vitamin.
: W and two beautiful own' hearts making us glad in
our -*-
c ) a with each roll for the Lord, and not as a backgroundand *
\ 25t coin. Send your next roll and receive preparation for ministry to LIQUIDS ESSENTIALA
our free"fully colored enlargement"offers. others. One might just as well hopeto sufficient quantity of liquidsis

,\, [II I STAR PHOTO STUDIOS,La Crosse,Wis. feed the physical body constantly likewise necessary to preventthe

without any work or exercise and ,Nationally Known Authority ,on Food Shows contents of the lower intestine
keep in good health, as to feed the from becoming too hard for easy

Secret of the soul on good things, do nothing for How Right Diet Can Help You to Avoid evacuation. In addition to water,
, : Sphinx
God or fellow-man, and still avoid the diet should therefore containan

In Greece is a famous town what someone has called "spiritual Health Hazards Elimination abundance'of milk, fruit juices
called Thebes. The story goes dyspepsia." of Faulty and other beverages. Acidophilusmilk

that a riddle was asked the inhabi- The writer has just attended a and buttermilk are especially -
tants by a female monster called most unusual and blessed Bible conference By C. HOUSTON GOUDISS beneficial.

: the Sphinx, who murdered every- the leaders of which rightly 6 East 39th Street. New York. Fats and oils, used in modera-

'.. one who could not give the correct apprehended this truth. Evan- THOUSANDS of men, women and children are alive today tion, act as gentle lubricants.

answer. The word "sphinx" gelism was the, matter chiefly inm'ind have learned how to prevent many types of
and the but instead of,announcing the REGULAR HABITSIt
means "strangling one, ,
infections and .how to cure diseases which once caused un- is most important to eat at
Sphinx had the body of a lion theme of the week's meetings as"Evangelism"
timely deaths. n regular hours and to establish
with the upper part of a woman. the program presented -
She sat on a' rock waylaying it as "Preparation for Evangelism. We have reason to be proudof liver and the pancreas. Here the regular times for evacuation, as

every-Theban passed by, and ." That is sound spiritual sense. the achievements of sciencein nutritive elements are absorbedby this is a great aid to body rhythm.
'::. the Thebans promised the king- We came not to discuss evangelismitself minute, hair-like tubes which Guard carefully against over-
:,;';.: dom to anyone who would 'slay so much as to prepare our- fighting disease and length- line the intestinal walls. These eating, for this practice is a frequent -

her. This was the riddle: "A be- selves to go out and evangelize.God ening the span of life. But we "tubes converge into the blood vessels cause of constipation. When

ing with four feet has two feet and help us to do it! should be ashamed of the fact and lymphatics which trans- the digestive system is over- ,

three feet, and only.one voice; but Jesus rightly characterized the that hundreds of thousands of in- port nourishment to 'all parts of worked, none of its functions can

its feet vary, and when it has time in which he lived as dividuals the the body. be efficiently performed.The .
not most
are getting
most it is weakest." I. A Faithless Generation (vv. 14- Undigested residues pass into homemaker is largely responsible -
out of life-indeed they are not the intestine for safeguarding her
Oedipus solved it by saying it 19). large ,or colon, where
realizing half their potentialities they are normally moved along family against the dangers of
was man, who crawls on all fours "Jesus found in the valley disput-
by a series of muscular contrac- faulty elimination. For she has it
=because and
child improper eating
as a walks upright as a ing scribes, a distracted father, a
tions known peristalsis and in her power to plan meals that
man; and creeps about with a demon-possessed boy, and defeated faulty habits of hygiene cause finally evacuatedThe as will help normal individuals to
stick as an old man.' The Sphinx disciples." The unbelief which
them to suffer from that evil '
avoid the of
curse constipation.
amount ,of the evacuation
i '
immediately threw herself down
called forth the rebuke of Jesus "is
from the rock and was killed, and revealed in different phases. There of civilization-constipation. varies in bulk with the amount of
Oedipus became king. the scribes -*- indigestible roughage contained in -
were willful and "per-
sistent unbelief; there was the EVILS OF CONSTIPATION the food. When there is insuffi- I Questions Answered I

father, unwilling unbelief; there Someone has called constipationthe cient bulk to promote normal per-

Now Real Economy! was the boy, irresponsible unbelief; most deadly' disease, and istalsis, waste accumulates and Mrs. B. T. M.-Do not worry if
I and there were the .disciples, un- while this may we have the condition known as your child prefers the egg yolk to
i 1 doz. St.
Aspirin.lOc constipation with all 'its
seem like an extreme resultingevils.
unbelief. The whole at- the white. The white is chiefly
3 doz.
.1 St.
.., Joseph Aspirin...,.2Oo Bacteria the
8% doz. St. Joseph Asplrin35o mosphere was an unbelieving atmosphere" statement, it prey upon protein and he can easily obtain
(Morgan). becomes justifiable stagnating material, ,producing protein from other foods, especially -
As we look at that depressing pic- when one realizesthe poisons which may be absorbedby milk. But the yolk contains an

ture of long ago, let us consider our- untold miseryand the body. abundance of minerals and vita-
selves lest also be wretchednessthat There is not the slightest excuse
we tempted to mins in addition to protein and
"limit God" by our faithlessness.The may result for allowing this condition to de fat. Nutritionists have determinedthat

most casual reader of Scripture when food residues velop. For the misery and wretch- the inclusion of one egg,yolk
Nature and OpinionHe cannot help but see that God seeks remain to stagnateand edness of constipation may easilybe daily in an otherwise adequatediet

who lives after nature, shall out and honors faith, and as we be- putrefy. in the avoided by including in the is an effective method of bal-
never be poor; after opinion shall gin to study God's Word with care body. daily diet sufficient laxative foods, ancing the intake and output of
never be rich. we realize that the fundamental of Constipation,mud- that is, those rich in fiber or cel- iron in a child's diet.

I all fundamentals is really to believe dies the complex- lulose. Miss S. B.-No, the generoususe
God. Some Christian men and wom- ion, dulls the eye and, befogs the -*- of cream cannot be considered -

Get rid of WORMS in childrenor en are living out a tremendous testi- brain. It causes a general feelingof BULK OR FIBER ESSENTIAL as a substitute for taking
adults. An enormous appe- mony for God by fully believing Him discomfort and fullness in the milk as a beverage or in cooked
tite, itching of the nose, grind- and His Word, but, many of those abdomen, lack of appetite, bad work Because of their fibrous frame- dishes. Cream is much higher in
ing of teeth in sleep, eating who profess to follow Him actually breath, coated tongue, 'a feeling of plant foods are our chief fat and contains less protein, min-
dirt or clay are symptoms that make Him appear ridiculous be- lassitude and a tendency to be- source of cellulose or bulk, and erals and vitamins, with the ex-
fore the world because their come easily therefore, our greatest aid in pro-
unbe- fatigued.By
may:indicate worms. The best ception of vitamin A. Cream deserves -
medicine to drive them out is lief makes Him out to be a "small" weakening resistance, it moting normal elimination. Vege- to be included in the dietary -
Dr. Peer 's "Dead Shot" Ver- God instead of the infinite, eternal, opens the way to numberless dis- tables and fruits are sworn foes for its vitamin A content,
mifuge. 50c a bottle at drug- omnipotent God. eases. Serious complications, suchas of constipation, and unrefined cereals but it should not replace milk.

gists or Wright's Pill Co., 100 II. The All-Powerful Saviour (vv. irritation of the appendix, may are also extremely valuable. Mrs. A. McK. Strawberries

Gold St., New York, N. Y. 23-27). occur as a result of the frictionof -*- contain vitamins A, B and C. Re-
The keynote of our first division hard masses of waste againstthe cent experiments indicate that
might well have been the sad words delicate walls of the intestine. they rank with citrus fruits and tomatoes -_
Love of a Child "they could not" in verse 18. But Piles have frequently been laid at Foods with an exceptionally as a,source of vitamin C.
Better to be driven out from Snow the Son of God has come and the door of faulty elimination.Do high residue include raw' fruits, WNU-C. Houston Goudiss-1938.

among men than to be disliked by the new keynote is the inspiring you wonder that I consider especially those with skins' and
children. <- words of verse 23, "all things are prompt, regular elimination the seeds; dried fruits, as apricots,
keystone of good health. prunes, figs and raisins raw
1 possible to him that believeth." ; veg- WHEN YOU CLEAN HOUSE
Its is under- etables such cooked
There is no problem too difficult for importance readily ; vegetablesas
our Lord; there is no sorrow too stood when you consider the proc- onions and leafy greens; the USE 0CEDARTHEPOLISH
deep for His comfort; there is no esses by which food is digestedand legumes. that is, dried peas and THAT CLEANS

, are quickly relieved wltn challenging opportunity too great absorbed. beans; whole grain cereals and AND PRESERVES YOURFURNITURE
" ager's Liniment A Doctor for His enabling power. -Twr- bran.
writes that he uses it for back' FATE Among the vegetables, don't
aches, sprains and rheumatic Ill. Prayer the Connecting Link overlook lettuce
pains. Buy Yager's Liniment (vv. 28, 29). From the mouth, food passes celery,
today.Let it help you rub aches down the esophagus into the stom- spinach, brussels sprouts, string More
and pains In 50 The disciples in chagrin at their beans and
away. over green peas. .
years. 25c and 50c bottles.YflCfRMNIMENlf. inability to deal with the difficultyof ach, where it is penetrated by the Foods which tend to 'form a lit- use

the demon-possessed boy, having. gastric juice. It then passes into tle gas in the intestines, including OCedarPolish
., I ; witnessed the power of Christ in the ,small intestine where it is spinach, onions and cauliflower, "'
mixed with the secretions of the
delivering him, begin now to realize are also useful stimulants to in- than any
that evidently even though uncon- testinal movement.In o Bother
1fNU-7 17-38 scious of it, they had come into the addition to kind-for
Have You a Question? providing cellu- furniture,
powerless position of unbelief. lose, the acid fruits, such as or- + woodwork
, ADVERTISINGis What a solemn warning there is Ask C. Houston GoudissC. anges, lemons and grapefruit, act and floors.
for in the
us experience of these as a mild stimulus to increased
followers of the Lord. Like the Houston Goudiss has put at the peristaltic motions. c'

; as essential to business termites who destroy the very life disposal of readers of this newspaperall
' and strength of wood-and yet leaveit the facilities of his famous Experimental -*-

'' as is rain to growing apparently whole, only to crum- Kitchen Laboratory in New NEED FOR VITAMIN B
ble in dust when it is put under York city. He will gladly answer
crops. It is the keystone the pressure of daily use-there are questions concerning+ foods, diet, nu. "Another important factor in pro-
normal elimination is vita-
: spiritually destructive influences trition, and their relation to health. moting '
-in the arch of successful min B which has
which all but been shown to lOnfyT'GOOD
unconsciously destroythe You are also invited to consult him r-
i merchandising. Let virile strength of the Christian. in matters of personal hygiene. It's be essential for good muscular
us tone and of the
is the activity digestive 'MERCHANDISE
j Prayerlessness most effective not necessary to write a letter unless
show you how to apply weapon of Satan at this point., With- you desire, for postcard inquirieswill tract. Investigations with experi-
mental animals have demonstrat-
,. out prayer there is no power. Real receive the same careful atten- Can Be CONSISTENTLY Advertised
it to business. problems not ed that it requires twice as longto
your successfully met tion. Address him at 6 East 39th
nor are opportunities grasped "but Street, New York City. empty the large intestine when BUY ADVERTISED GOODS .
by prayer." \- the diet is deficient in vitamin B.

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and a very fetching girl he was., "Over the Garden Wall." i.
The Clewiston News First Use of Organs
The entire cast performed ad- On May 5th, at 8:00 p. m. the The exact time an organ was IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?

mirably and the audience enjoyedthe junior students will present a 3- used first for religious purposes ina

Published every Friday in Clewiston, fun and wit in the play. A few act comedy, "This Thing Called church is not known, but according -
Florida, by the CLEWISTON- NEWS, students from other high school Love." Admission for plays, 20c. to Julianus, a Spanish bish-
Inc. classes took part in the play and as- I Exhibition free. All are cordially op who flourished A. D. 450, organs J. S. CAMPBELL;

sisted the seniors in their pres- I invited to attend all exercises. were in common use in the churchesof

KEATULEV BOWDEN, Editor entation.For Spain at that time. Jeweler & WatchmakerAll

the first time in school his- President Invited to
Entered as second class mall matter tory, the Senior play was presented Kinds of Jewelry Repairs
February I, 1927, at the Post Office in
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act ot by the Senior class solely asa Dedicate New BridgeKey Xm"'lli: "W ;;;; Optical Repairs
%( f :? { : '
March 3, 1897.Subecrlptlon @
feature //of the commencement ? 0 ,, .
i exercise, and no effort was madeto $ii/R" # 4 .@1f !l f AT CHRISTIAN'S BARBER SHOPChoote
; ... Jf.;;;;. ft* jYJ ?" .$ji.f:
Rate $2.00 Per Yenr. raise money for the class treas- West, April 26-(FNS) ::r; "'X"1ff.Z <'<"' ,, "
Hate On Application. the play. Admission President Roosevelt will be ., W% 1' !.f I
Advertising ury through invitedto *..' / ?'. ..}%' : f!'<"a,
>. .
Reserved seats which : ': : '. '<:;. 'i% ,;.: d
I was free. officiate at the formal openingof I ', : : ; : }tf
: .: : ; ;{ .
were sold at ten cents each, cov- the $7,500,000 Overseas High- .. .,$NJ t&
Devoted to the advancement and wel- '," %: ,; :-
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County.I ered the actual cash outlay incurred way connecting Key West with the (411.*< ; .' W fi: <;J'1"'; fig.w149dpj i. -W ffiI" -r -

in ,the presentation of the play. mainland of Florida on July 4, a ''f't1i<:, '*.:.,.. .,.iJ: ; .r<'""<,-<<;;41.J:...;:,; : }<.W i

Included. the cast were: Con- committee representing the city, )'ft '
......... .. .......I .
: : : : 1N1N'N1N/N1N N1N'N1N1N1N1N1 :N1N1N1111 : : : Warren, Betty civic :: >-"
rad Clark, Gladys I county, groups and the bridge :
: .
Hooks, Bernice ,O'Neal, Florence I commission, announced this week. ; f.ge.J
; 'f
Graham, Mildred Ward, Jack Wynn, I The official opening ceremonieswill :\; *....:: i ;. ilei
Gaudy Waters and Carlisle Redish.Academy's be ,attended also by the presi- "';. '::.;: Jf: '! $ .i* @:&Pii.tW; !d! m,1!?11611

Bernice O'Neal _........._.__ Edito dent of Cuba and his entire cabinet, %(f") .(''. .j: 3 &.i ....' .

Billie: Hooker ............ Ass't Editor Harlem 'If they accept the invitation which "" .'ff.Jo 1;: :k.-.ik w ;.q. f.M.-r ". :: '
Miss Evelyn Schutz, Faculty Advisor has been sent to them by the com- ,',..'" r r Alf; ,,-: ,is("; ":1i.f.i> ;

:..:..:...,,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:.(o Program AnnouncedThe i I I mittee.AH, work remaining under con- 1' ?t"'1K. ,Z, ::., .:- %:' z" .rf.; : ,. I Today
PARTIESOn tract will be completed by July 1, 'J. :',/ :..;:.f0::: : 'i.:FtC;" .
B. M. Duncan, chief said. .
engineer, : <
closing programs ,of the p ..
And is is expected that a surplusof J ;/ THE average American (
amity that
Monday night, the Senior and colored school of Clewiston have ,. "
Junior classes along with their been announced by Principal.. A. funds will permit the building : does not own their own home has
of suitable comfort stations on sev- actually'paid enough rent to have
Miss Thomas and Mrs. follows
sponsors Thomas as :
Baker weiner eral of the small islands for the. Judge Elwyn ThomasFORT bought a home. Start being thrifty
enjoyed a roast. The annual exhibition will be with YOUR
accommodation of persons motor- rent money today, and
On Tuesday evening the Sopho- held :May 2nd from 2:00 to 10:00p. let
PIERCE us help choose
the you and financea -
ing over nearly 100 miles of
class with its Miss
more ,
sponsor m. The exhibition will include home
that will be
the only seagoing highway in the yours.* OWN
Schutz, enjoyed another weiner Candidate for
l embroidery, sewing, weaving glori- world. wt next home you PAY FOR!
roast. fied glass work, applied art, prac- ,
tical art and crayon work. Prizes "

will be awarded to the boys and FOR RENT-Furnished garage ap- I SUPREME COURTGroup Clewiston Federal
"Miss Jimmy," the senior play girls who have done the most partment with water and electric

which was given on Friday, April : notable work during this past light service included. Also, furn- 2 Savings and LoanAssociation
22nd, under the direction of Mrs.
school term. ished up-stairs bedroom' suitablefor 12 Years a Circuit JudgePd.
Thomas, was a fine success. "Miss
On May 3rd the elementary one or two persons. Phone 370 ( Pol. Adv.)
Jimmy" turned out to Connie
be. grades will present an operetta, 'or call at premises. 20tf
Clark who looked very fetching in

girl's clothes. The rest of the cast ---
performed admirably and the
audience -
enjoyed the fun and wit in ] { m_ @ @ @ @ mu

the play.


Wednesday, the.annual debate \. .

was given in the school auditorium.The : \ :' ;0 >.
,: .. ':, i :;\ '; ;, "
subject "Resolved: that all fed- .
l ,
eral work relief should be abol- ;,:

ished" was agreed by the following ,. :ii: t. '" .. .
: :
affirmative debaters: ELECT % h

Dorothy Hare, Owen Winn, Fran- I '

upheld cis Wright.by: Thomas The negative W'aldron side, Betty was ,iL ;//t / : ; '

Hooks and LeRoy Hare. ; < : :> j/ ;"J : ;
.? ." .,"-- "; .. ,; '' ," ..'. ..L;;, 1>-, .,
The judges were Mrs. Hazel Pre- '
witt, Father Walsh, Rev. F. C. Tay- y 1{: : '. ; ; ; < ;: .L .;', :;f/ ;: ; :

lor chairman.The, and. Bill Owen presided as .i'l :i t

negative side won the debate .
: :' .:
; '
and the best speaker was ,
adjudged to be LeRoy Hare who : '

won the public speaking medal \ r Judge : Candidate :
given by Mr. M. E. VonMach. 'l 'v'vh y yir.b ,\ ,

Second and third place honors .. ,
went to Thomas Waldron and Fran- .

cis Wright. Owen Winn received 11111 ,: r ; C

honorable mention. f

While the decision of the judgeswas Dill ; DavId :, for ,s:

being awaited Mr. VonMachgave ,,'. I .'
an interesting and stimulat- ., .'
Ill + '
-5 S :; :. : i ,
ing talk on the value of debating. III > :

PEG PUZZLE CONTESTTwo 4t4 :: t .:;. : '

:. v Elmer State .
weeks ago the peg puzzle ,
boards were passed out to the ,c' ;' .

high school students. Many different :. 'J' .
'., ., 'i
: puzzles were set up, and .
thos who worked sixteen of them 1

were eligible for the final contest -. V V 'Ward Senator :

; ,.' :::
On Tuesday of this week the fin- "
: V I .' 'j
al contest was held. Those taking I ,-;! .
part were: > I 1
( J: .,: {
Barnard Leiter, Bobby Broadfoot, '
Lester Jacobs, Louis Leiter, June : :
Hooker, Margaret t VonMach, Dick ;

Patterson Bud Vaughn, J. D. Hooker ,
Ed VonMach, Dick Owen, Betty I y. ::: t :;:

Hooks, Morris Ford, Bill Owen, ;.
Francis Wright. "

Cash prizes for the contest were !! From the Senatorial DistrictMONROE .:: ,
donated by Mr. M. E. VonMach. 24th ;,

Dick Owen won first prize of
'>' :.0.
$2.60. June Hooker and Margaret k-'

VonMach won pound boxes of candy COLLIER, HENDRY and LEE Counties \ ; .

for working the largest number of

the were puzzles also booby in the prizes try-out.of penny There During the six years that he has served as County Judge of Lee County ,

lollipops that went to Dick Patterson DIII Judge Ward has "been weighed in the balances and not found :'; : ." 1?
Francis Wright, Ed VonMach, ,
Betty ;Hooka and Lester Jacobs. Wanting :; '

The puzzle peg boards provided I ,

much amusement for the students, .'J' FEARLESS CAPABLE HONEST -: !, \
and really gave opportunities for ,

the exhibition of reasoning power. He may be relied upon to represent the people of the entire District, and he won't sell you out. -

SCHOOL PLAY Many leading citizens of JeVest are giving Judge Waul their support, agreeing that it is only 'j
1111 fair that the Mainland should name the Senator for the District this )'C "Miss Jimmy," the Senior Class lug rapidly, and because of that fact, Judge Ward will receive a much heavier vote there than has "..t: .
play, was presented to a large and been heretofore given a Mainland! candidate. :.;, : V

appreciative audience in the schoo1 I

auditorium. The comedy, which A VOTE FOR JUDGE WARD *
"' (:
was produced under the direction DIII : .:. ,

cast of Mrs.< and G.the B. performance Thomas, was showed well- 1 V'. I. is a vote for fairness and a square deal' all around: ,' < ',"\: >t'\:

r ; i *t* .' :
splendid results of the work .)f I. v i : ..... "> 'ff
the director and the students. (This advertisement is presented and paid for by a, group'. of' friends. 'of Judge ;Ward) 'f,'/
"Miss Jimmy," a college boy whotried ,.., : .: ,: -
to "borrow" some clothes from \1; t'>1 >, -
the dormitory. of a g rls' 'college and :: .
of r '
. was ,forged to dress.;tn girl's clothesin \ .. : : '.
order to'avoid being caught by

faculty Members, was Connie.*Clark : W ] H M -ii vaS

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Young Democrats Hold thing like 46 percent. Wilson stat- FOIl SCHOOL 'BOARD MEMBER I County Florida, and having been!I
Clovlston District duly put was unanimously carried.
;' ed he pleaded guilty; to being, Just I II The Chairman of the Beard and .

LaBelle 30 old and that he lacked candidate for the Superintendent were instructed and I
Political years am a
: RallyFrom authorized to prepare the form of
experience as state attorney, two County Board of Public Hendry'\\ ballot for said election and were also
from the Clewiston district, directed by motion duly made, sec-1
charges against him made by the to the Democratic primary
MIiY'1 ended and carried, to cause a noticeof
( Hendry County News) suave Williford. Both men stated be Your appreciated.vote and active support (I said election in addition' to theforegoing I Y I9 8 yd I SEM11NOLE
resolution, to be publishedIn
The Young Democrats pf LaBelle they believed III the old grand Jury C. E. Miner. the Clewiston News for four consecutive -
(Paid Pol. Adv.) I
sponsored a political rally which system as against the present sys- weeks as required by law.
M. E. Von :Mach ChairmanS.
L took place Saturday night in elementary A. Graves, Supt. and Secr')'.
Ir school auditorium. There candidates for county attorney I II Louis O. Gravely; Attorney.NOTICE .'

J i was an unusually large crowd of L. O. Gravely, who holds I .

local people present besides rep- the office at present, and H. A. I I

resentatives of all neighboringtowns Rider, who seeks it in the May: primary -: LEGAL NOTICESRESOLUTION JACKSONVILLE:'

and strangers following in both spoke in their behalf. ,

the wake of out-of-town candidates, Other local candidates who spoke Notice is hereby given that a Spe- FLORWAt
I cial election will be held at the usual
considering that the affair was for themselves were E. L. Stall- AND CAM FAR AN voting place in Clewiston, Florida I l GARNETT ANDREWS.M.i.<,.,

gotten up at almost the last mo- ings, Blitz Wegman, A. L. Taylor, EJECTION ON MAY 17, 1038. !I within Special School Tax District ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT'
ment, and that LaBelle experienced Mrs. Hurd L. Reeves and Dillon Resolution And JFor Election To I. Number on the Seven 17th Hendry day of County.May A.Florida D.- modern;fireproof hole! In the heart of down,
town Jacksonville. Every with tub and
her, first Authorize An Issue of $%O.OOO.OORcndi 1938 for the purposes of electing room -
rainy Saturday nightin Hall.Elbert Tnx School District three trustees for aid Special School shower, toFl water, ccilmj fan, radio, flitted ,
months. There was scarcely a Stewart thanked the peo- No.RjSpcclnl 7 Heiidry County: Florida. -I Tax District to serve for two years summer door.:. Every Bed with inncripringm

vacant seat in the auditorium, and ple of the county for the confidence and for the further purpose of determining ttre i and reading lamp. Running Ice
The Honorable Board of Public Instruction the amount of millage to be water on every floor.
there were quite a few who remained placed in him in that they did not of Hendry County, Florida, assessed by said Special School Tax AIR CONDITIONED

'I in the corridor.Of seek to; run anyone against him. met in regular session in their office District for the next two years. COCKTAIL LOUNGE : COFFEE1' SHOP
I at the court house in LaBelle Notice is further given that the DINING AND MEETING ROOMS
the many who are in the race All candidates were well received Florida,' on April 2, 1938, with Chairman J following have been apPointed'llS Rttei-Sinale with Pnvalc Bath .

for state offices, there were present and equally' well applauded by :M. E. Von Much, presiding, and J election election Viz officials Mrs. Beryl to conduct Bowden, 'Mrs.said 78 Rooms $2.00 80 Room*-$2.50
members .Mrs. Homer Taylor and Mr.
David Elmer Ward of Fort the people. Prior to the meeting Roy Messer present. I Josephine Wright Mrs. Hazell Prew- 40 Rooms S3,00 24 Rooms $3.50

Myers, candidate for state senator Clyde Wilson ..spo.kc'o. the cornerof ..; The petition of the taxpayers itt Inspectors and Mrs. Edith Rack- 10 Simple Room with Private 8.tk $4.00
District straw 'Clerk. Slight nerctif foi double occvpincvOik
Special Tax School No. 7I I
and his opponent, Melvin E. Bridge streets and tort' Thompson Hendry County,' Florida, was read as ,M. E. VON MACH, *, I, 8 POUND H....,,
Russell of Key West; Clyde Wilson avenue, before CampbellJennings follows, towitPETITION Chairman.
and Henry WSHIford" candidatesfor Hardware store. to the Honorable Board LOUIS O. GRAVELY, I a._... J..* ___. _. ..."..,.Csi : -4-, .
of Public Instruction of Hendry' Attorney.ATTEST "'" r ........._" _..._ r ... -", U'
state attorney,. who are out County., ,Florida.' I S. A. GRAVES, ,
We, the undersigned qualified free Supt. f
,, against Roy D. Stubbs of 'Ft. My- Schubert Composer at 16 holder electors of Special School Tax I April 15, 22, 29; May 6, 13. '

ers, and Elbert Stewart of Clewis- Franz Schubert began composingat District number seven Hendry County -I .
Florida, DO HEREBY PETITIONThe - -------------
ton, who has no opponent in the age of sixteen and had written Board of Public Instruction of! "

race for re-election as Hendry; county 600 pieces by the time he was Hendry County, Florida, to call a
Special. Election in said Special School
., representative. twenty-five. Tax District to determine if said
Russell spoke eloquently in behalf District shall issue and sell Fifty
Thousand Dollars In Bonds for the 'lMj .
of schools and education terming purpose of building, furnishing and I

himself a school man fightingfor Paid Political Advs. repairing' buildings, etc. s.,
II.; J. Oglesby; ; R. C. Nowling; &I
the schools. Ward's answer Mrs. H. C.. Avant H. C. Avant; r

was to the effect that. he was not J, Beardsley; Malcolm W. BiggV. ; ':
Foil ItEPRESENTITIVE \ W. Perry; R.' Y. Patterson; W. 'nnl'
seeking office as school superintendent C. Prewitt; E. E. Kelley; :Klbert L.

but as a senator, whose ,of- Stewart; G. H. Small; M. Crochet; \
In making: my announcement for Frances :M. Small; A. O. Ward; L. I(
fice covers other problems as wellas re-election to the House of Representatives C. Rosenberg; Fred Henrickson; John

those of the schools. from Hendry County; sub- Elmore; Peter Chagaris; B. E. Nall 11 .J
icct to the Democratic Primary of Sr.; ;'.Irs"" H. 'J. Oglesby; H. A. BC
Stubbs was not present to defend May. 3. I wish to state that if I am tor; W. C. Owen; F. D. Duff; R. -I

his record as state attorney: rp-elf'cted T will continue my efforts George; Keathley Bowden; T.
for the benefit of the County.I Geiger; C. :M.' Christian; G. L.
against attacks made by an opponent am particularly interested in the', trell; Harry H. Turner; Dorothy D.I ,- -- ,.- .
; Henry L. 'Vm for who claimed welfare of the Public Schools and 'Turner; Joe Griffin; O. F. Schiffli, '1
the completion cf Roirl building pro- M. D.;' G. H. George;' Dan B. Allen; of the,really fine things ('s
an 85 percent record for convictions jects now under' construction, care of G. E.; ,Etherton; W. ,A. Goff1.; D. .- + One

while occupying this of- the aged or any other matter con- nicdsoe; E. M. Cornette; Mrs. DaveG. of .
cerning the county; and its citizens. Alston; J. G. Niblack; A. W. life is living in a home your own.voupAY'NTE
; fice as against Stubbs' of somefLORDA I shall appreciate the support and Sias;' Mrs. ,!l. W. Sias; A. W. Law- choose
!''nfluencc of every; citizen and voter. rence; Mrs. A. 'VLawrence; C. E1 We are ready to help you

I Elbert L Stewart. Berner;, Mrs. C. II. ,Berner; Mrs. H'I N
(Paid Pol. Adv.) C. Nowling; Dave Alston; Marion Oi.tY T1jEja and finance home that you can
Leydig;' Viola F. Owen; I. A. Mc-
Gehee; L..- M. McGehec; Mrs.' Thos.B. ;. '"Mp li4tN for while living in it. .. Let us
Shelley; M. II. Crouch; :Mrs.! M. pay '
COUNTY ATTOKXI3Y IF. Crouch; Mrs' Keathley Bowden; show how can attain debt-
Hti -- Edith L. Rackstraw; Dr. J. W. pRECt0N you you

Ezelle; Mrs. G. B. Thomas: R. C. REpUGS1NojAe through small
TO THE OK"1IEXDRV ownership
VOTERS free home
Wilson; Jewell Hooker; W. C. Hooker Los"
: : John J. Kettl; W. C. Kolstad. roadrj .
Appreciating indorsement given Pl'" like ---
The Board of Public Instructionof monthly payments,
me for County Attorney of Hendry ,
Hendry County having duly con- ,L
County by the large number of
sidered the petition and discussedthe
votes in which my name .was 'writtenon '
and being of the opinion
the ballots in the_
m General Elec- I "
that it was to the best interest of
tion in 1936 I hereby
tender my can- '
the free schools of
public Hendry
T g l didacy for County_ Attorney of Hend- County, Florida and of Special Tax I
W ry County subject tc your approval School District No. 7 of HendryCounty Clewiston Federal Savings'Vote 1
T in the Democratic
Primary Electionon
: tiJ Qi1 May 3rd 1938. ; Florida, being fully advised I
as to the needs of the public 'free
If you elect me your County At- .
schools in said district, and particu-
( I II torney best I promise to give you the "very larly' in the town of Clewiston, located -
service of which I am capable Loan Association
In'said district, and it appearingto
4 In the interest of our County. I. have
the Board of Public Instructionof
been a Democrat all life.
mRiJ I shall greatly appreciate my your I Hendry County; '.Florida that said
vote, help and petition was in proper'' form and sub-
support.H.. A. Rider: stance, and that the. same was signed '"
(Pd. Pol. Adv.) I 'by more than twenty-five; percentof
the: duly; Qualified electors resId-
'*' I !I Etl ing', within said :,Special Tax School
District and that said petition set
yl .y
.. forth in general terms the amount +
To The I X ..
Democratic Voters of 1I0n
of bonds desired to be issued and .
County the purpose 'thereof, and that the Vote ForMelvin :
proceeds'! derived from' the sale of tt

I hereby announce' 'self as a-cars such bonds shall be used for the pur- .. .S-
didate for re-election to the positionof poses set forth in said: petition: y

county attorney and being: a RESOLUTION
Democrat I of course anounce my WHEREAS, jA petition has been Iii Melvin E Russelll{
candidacy subject to the action ofl filed with the' Board of' Public Instruction !
Stop at tier I the Democratic Primary.I of Hendry County, Florida, sA

eland solely on 'my' record as signed by more than 25 percent of yt ..
county attorney and as a Democrat the duly qualified electors residing
tlOteL 'Patticta within Special Tax School DistrictNo. .S-
:end invite the voters attention to .S-
the fact that during my term of ?7, Hendry County, Florida _and_ X
office! not one single illegal expendi- WHEREAS The said petition has I I I 'J.
"ire by the 'county commissioners or been carefully considered by the,, Candidate .. .!
312 S. E. SECOND AVENUE I'c board of public instruction has Board of Public Instruction of Hen-; ..j.. : AY
hcen found by the state auditing dc- dry County. Florida, and it appears Y
virtment as contrasted to hundreds to the best interest of the public I O
i if illegal expendItures' made during free schools of Hendry County. Florida AIy
\ All Outside Rooms With 'he term of my opponent (see 1028ludit and said Special School District
I ). that said petition be granted, and ..
I Private Bath bonds be Issued for the purposes f ory.
These records are open to the pubic -
therein requested. now
and I earnestly invite an inspection vi
same. That the Board of Public Instruction Y
All I ask is that the voters use the
Florida for and y
of Hendry County,
Overlooking Biscayne Bay same judgment as they would, were in behalf of said Special Tax School :: : ::,t.
they personally employing an attor District No. 7 of Hendry County,

blocks to Shops, Theatre and ney.Your vote_ and influence will be Florida determinethat it is to the '
Two free STATE
best interests of the public .
Business Section. appreciated. schools of Hendry County, Florida. .i. fjI1! I -
and of said Special Tax School District Ii ::
LOUIS O. GRAVELY. No.7, that said bonds be issuedin
Paid Political Advertisement) Thcu-,
RATES J ( the principal sum of Fifty
sand ($50,000.00) dollars, which said 4 ri ::
bonds be dated July 1st, A. D.: 1938. :: ::
bear interest at the rate of 6 percent ..s.o .
$1.50 Single { per annum, payable semi-annually on .t. ..t.oi .
FOR COUNTY COI\llmS'SIOXER the. 1st day of July and ,the 1st day .
$2.50 Double District No. 1. Ilcmlry County II of January of each and every year, 2 \r11SENATOR

and that said bonds be payable at ::: :
This will announce my candidacy the Chase National Bank in the Cityof .
for re-election to the office. of County -I New York, and be numbered from s
Special Family, Weekly & Commissioner ,from District No. 1 tc 50 inclusive each bond to be for y
i I, Hendry county, subject to the lone thousand (1000.00 dollars and J.
I : I Monthly RatesS. Democratic primary. May 3rd. that the bonds mature as follows, .
My record Is my platform. Your to-wit: ?

i ; D. McCREARY, Proprietor vote will be appreciated. Two Thousand (2000.00 1965 on Julv in- .. E. Russell is now serving Us fourth consecutive term -
j D. G. Alston. 1st of ;years, A. D. 1011 to ;
of Public Instruction: for Monroe County.The ::
clusive.BE i Superintendent ,
.(Pall Pol. Adv.) :: as County
IT FURTHER RESOLVED: school taxes are now i
.. county tax assessment roll rand county
That an election be and the same is ;
1. hereby called for the purpose of determining .s' less than ten per cent of what they were when lie entered office. iI

whether or not the said :z: The two biggest causes of reduced revenues were the collapse of :

bonds shall be issued as requestedin ._;. the "boom" and the stonn destruction of .the railroad. Within the !.ix
said petition, and that said elec-
became so bad (eighty per ::
said few economic conditions
tion be held within the Special :: past years
Tax School District on the 17th day .;. cent of the people on "Kelief") that the County was reported turned

of May, A. D. 1938, and that for the over to the State and National 'Government, .for administ 'at9n.! -.: :. .'
the <
said electicn X
purpose holding '
4 ::
I ;. following inspectors and clerk he .;. In siiite of the continuous and largo decreases in county school _

tppointed within the said Special the Public Schools of ,Monroe County 111.\\\e had a, uniform I, "
Tax School District in Hendry Coun- x revenue '
I schools and i { teachers' salaries' 'leave- :
; ty, Florida. :!: term of nine month* all ,
\ INSPECTORS: Mrs. Beryl Bowden: s;. been kept...uelKalune: the average for the State of Florida. Jvotulthstandins .i.X

:Mrs. Josephine. Wright; Mrs. Hazel : the many mirtfurtuliesthat\ ;hale ,befallen Monroe

'\ Piewitt.CLERK: Mrs. Edith Rackstraw... +i ,County: ; its schools lease continued to function well and have been !.

; Advertisement Paid For By Friends of Eugene S. Matthews DEPUTY; T. E. Markette. -. ,:, 'maintained tIp to the standards leqiilrcd for accreditation.
And that said electicn be held in superintend :::
the usual voting place in said pre- :i: Credit.is due in no email measure to the ,county '
cinct, and as provided in the, .general :i: cot 'oC' sch os. The-; following' "is'quoted,, from > report of a Monx::
'election law of the: State of .. Grand Jury made a few yeai c' ago when so much difficulty .!.
il' roe County
Florida.BE "Tho grand jury .i..i.i
encountered by tho schools:
IT FURTHER RESOLVED: 's' : was bciiiR
l''t. That this resolution be published; :: especiallyv wishes to continend';'the' county 'Sl.pcrintentlent t1d board< :::
.2.i .
the Clewiston Newsa 'of the s 11 erin-\ j
a newspaper : inkttuetios fo their Jforts" partieilally:
of public' ; ;: .
'., gener.il circulation.. published In :: all the salary'.!llmn.vl JUJ11 br m\t and \ t r
I'dusing''to'>.uraw .>
Hendry County, Florida, .. for four. .s: tonilont for :
consecutive -week's. : ait of the salarhe: receives: at times ;
.. papacntof i>
; delay
to : .
:Mrs. member ,of "
Homer Taylor : .. tOI"salarroC teachers. ;;
the Board 'rof 'Public 'Instruction of : it hits needed I IPRIDAY
Hendry County Florida, moved the y (Paid Political Advertisement) :
adoption 'bf-:'the" foregoIng." resolution; :::: "

which motion was seconded by Mr. .,

(Pd, Political ,Adv.). .Roy'Me" s. r-=,--,a..member,.of, the.-' Board .
Of PttblK: IusU'ucUoijor Heqdrj'>

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work sheet on file in the county I Iagent.'s !I Debt Adjustment I ed May 1 by appropriate ceremonies. Would Sell Churches '.\
\ MAY 10 IS SET AS office that time, I
by saysH.
24-bed revolutionists
!I The hospital has a The French inimical -
G. Clayton, state administrative I I Provided: by Group I I'I iI capacity. The site was donated by: to the church, placarded church
officer. The cut-off date was set -
I walls with "National Property, For
by the Southern Region director,I the Frierson-Nicholas Post of the Sale," and even as late as the year
I and notification has been sent to I'I Assistance in the adjustment of American Legion, and the funds for: 1833 such an inscription was still to
FILING WORK SHEETS county committees. I debts which threaten foreclosure isl its construction and furnishings' be seen on the southern tower of
Every farmer has an opportunity being offered the farmers of Hen-. donations. 'Notre Dame.
were raised by
to participate In the program I I dry county by a voluntary committee -
Word has been, received from the and receive payments for carryingout I of the state Farm Debt
recommended practices, Mr.ment Commission, in -
State Agricultural Department and AdJUst-I ru "W \r'
Clayton says. The Secretary ,of: with the federal Farm "' ,
also from County Agent Grover C. ministration, to ,, '''''1'): :'k lf, 1&f1 "-' .w\" :f
Agriculture, however, reserves the according I''I }f )t }i'4n
Hodge that May 10 has been set as right to with-hold payment from'Burchard of LaBelle, Secretary ;f I W' .' "Y/"f ;j
I i tif'YiJtJ Jt ,A' WFj & ...
< '.
for filing work t. W "
the final date any person who fails to file any: the Hendry group. I W'1,{t : 4 .
;!: *# A Utl
1938 agricultural con-
sheets in the
form or finish any information with This work has been carried on in; ZI'
servation program. The message respect to his farm, and to refuseto Florida for the past three and one ;

from the Gainesville office reads: accept any 'application for pay-, half years and has resulted in the ..Jt./'I.. <, ,'>; *f'f'
Gainesville, Fla.-May 10 has ment if information required is not I I settlement of 1,877 cases Involving i" :>4 ?"'ff.W' S1OiTZ
just been set as the final cut-off submitted to the county office within $5,078,180 of indebtedness. Al- k$': 1J;q"&,;>]
date for accepting work sheets in the time fixed by the regional I though the scale-dawn of hopelessly iIIfIIIIJ .
the 1938 agricultural conservation director. excessive debts in ,many cases
program and Florida,farmers who I has saved hard pressed farmers .."; < -.<;. YOUR H.l.liO IDA
expect to participate in the pro- $972,588, this method of adjustment 'I'P/ "', '.,>) .. '' f 'CAff Dg AV
gram this year must have a signed I]IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?''I Is attempted only when it 1 f
is evident that the debts are be-

..... ..... I I yond'- ',the farmer's ability to pay. JTrRrr3rrTR
.. .
No assistance Is given anyone seek- LLLJzLL9JJPaid
.v. "y" ing to, avoid payment of reasonable
v yv obligations. Many settlements are
y for by friends of Dave Sholtz
effected through voluntary exten-

; :'j'': t W. E. (Buck) Hancock :y:;'.. sion The agreement debt adjustment with creditors.service is

available without cost to any farmer -
f I threatened with loss of his prop-
::: FLORIDA RAILROAD COMMISSION": : erty, or to any farm creditor. It to Willifordfor
; GROUP ONE S is operated under the direction of Henry
";. "- J. A. Toxada, Jr., of Gainesville,
-- 'i-I i state director of the Farm Security -

-;- Subject to Democratic :;: Administration, which financesthe
y ; work. S. Lehr Miller ,of Talla-
:!: Y Primaries May 3, 1938 :;:
hassee is in direct charge of the
::: Make the Florida Railroad Commission a Real Public Service :?: program as state supervisor for
;j; Commission for the People that the People: elect + the federal agency and executive Thirty 3'ears a s ,, Courteous

:.:..:..:..:..:.v'-. :..:-.:N:-:..:..:-.:-:..::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:..:N:..:..:-.:..:..:..:..:..:-.:-.:..:.::: secretary of the commission. He Lawyer EfficientSix
is assisted by Gardner Bennett of
":-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..:..:-:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:- Six years a
Applications for assistance may
; fff.. ELECT ty be submitted either to Mr. 'Millerin Prosecutor Capable
Ne .Y Tallahassee, Secretary Burchardof
: the local committee, or Walter
'x cs,. Shaffer of Ft. Myers, County
:!: r 'hi OF SARASOTA :: supervisor of the Farm Security

v ._ Administration. Besides Mr. Bur- State
Your AttorneyA
y? .' chard, members of the local com-
3 STATE ATTORNEY mittee are Clarence Hubert, chair-
y t -- man, Fort Denaud; L. O. Gravely,' Sound Safe Dependable and
/; : .i.x
:: LaBelle; E. E. Kelly, Clewiston and I
; ;
:: 12th Judicial Circuit
\ with Excellent
: .. -:- Asa Townsend of Felda. an record as a ProsecutorPaid
"t- (Pd. Pol.Adv. .!-
) + A Winter Haven's new $50,000 gen- ( Pol. Adv)

.. ........ _.. ........... ........ .... ............ .................. eral hospital will be
.:..:..:o.:..:..:..:..:_:_:..:..:..:.:.: : : : :':: : : : : : : : :.: : : : : : : :-: : : : : : :-: : : : : : : : : :- formally open- I I

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A New Dealer when .t. to the best Not afraid to fight for what he thinks

interests of the State and Nation / without first ,
right if
Y'4/.4' ,finding out popular -

:S'ryax. a with his constituents
Ajg;yfLxr.+},, Y.y' >, rryw
.; x si r t.a
An anti-New Dealer when he feels
n ,., .. ,. .. .
that their legislation is dangerous to 'i a. r ,yJM f3%<>;i.Y'y w', i!.',:t n'R't. .'s,,<%r : Sy; A Fighter an d a Gentleman

the nation's future'f

Forced to cancel speaking, engage
,s. 'jily,jr: /v', ?yx.?y 6'"y a,.. ?/; 5'r4 e 7ro'C:5r1 A 2Fr 'i
T tyr.
:' % R "yro.
/ r/.o ; y; and
: y > ?; ments fly to Washington to vote
A Real Southern Democrat vn6YL>, ? ,'Zfa y'/:'%1, ':y :y:

x rrr.4f94AA i il<': against the iniquitous, .Reorganization -


South Florida Man '

You have admired Wilcox' record

through three terms in Congress
Familiar with problems of the Ever- x

k-ti Give him the opportunity to fight in
glades farmer and foremost in efforts >

? ',k s the same manner for the entire State
to solve these problems
of Florida

Help to .. '.. .,
preserve our old-fashioned Southern Democracy by voting on May 3 for ,


Mark Wilcox for United States Senator

This ad paid for by local
friends of Mark: :

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Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston and Mrs. Leah Spicer, Mr. and Mrs. R. Duplicate Cards May AGENT
children, Harriet and Carol, have N. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Doty I I

tr Personals returned from a two weeks' visitin Mrs. Blanche Turner, Mrs. M.. M. Be Issued to Workers I L. B. Mershon '
I; ;' J Fort Myers with Miss Leo Will- Prewitt, Miss Mary Markette, Miss

\',:', I ingham and at Fort Myers ,Beach Dorothy Craig, ,Mrs.. Leah Spicer, : for New York Life
: with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jenkinsat Miss Marion Leydig and Rev. and Social Security
: San Carlos Inn. Mrs. Forest C. Taylor.. account numbers received by the Insurance' Company'
"., Charles Benson spent the week-
Security Board at the end
Mrs. Leslie Miller returned Wednesday of March amounted to 38,237,877,
from Mayport where =lie has
D. B. McCarthy of Okeechobeewas of which 539,842 were received
been spending a few weeks with
transacting business in Clew- from Florida business and indus- NORGE REFRIGERATORS
her mother, Mrs. Edward Edwards' The home of Mr. and Mrs. B. C.
iston Saturday. following the recent death of her Flaniken on the government reservation rial workers, N. F. Conger mana- Furniture ,and Home turnlshings

father. was the scene of a delightful ger of the Tampa field office, Bureau PHILCO KAD103
,, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henriksenhave
evening bridge partyr last of Old-Age Insurance, announced -
returned from a ten days'vacation I"
Lockhart night when Mrs. Flaniken enter- Household '
in Miami and Key West. Miss Dorothy of Fort yesterday. FurnishingsInc.
4 Eddie Freeman of Nova tained in honor of her: husband'sbirthday.
Myers and : "The wage earner should have !

Mel Bass of Avon Park was a Scotia visited friends in Clewiston only one Social Security account, .
r business visitor in' Clewiston Wed Friday' evening en route to West Combined scores of husband and number," Mr. Conger explained. i BELLE GLADE FLORIDA
nesday.; Palm Beach to visit Miss Lock- wife were totalled for high scoro. "This number is good for his life-

hart's parents Captain and Mrs: A traveling honors prize, novel time. If a wage earner loses his
t Mrs. Gratton George and Miss Wilfred Lockhart; coin bank of Mexican make was account card, he should apply fora VOTE FOR

t Roberta George were visitors Sat- won by Mrs. G. T. Augur. Mrs. duplicate of his original D. STUART GILLIS ,

urday in West Palm Beach. Mrs. L. R. Oliphant of Marietta, Leon Ingram won the cut prize, a My office at 1119 number'j CANDIDATEFor

Georgia, arrived Friday for a visit Mexican 'pottery bowl. A lovely Building, Tampa, which serves this
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert L. Stewartwere with her daughter, Mrs. R. C. Wil- china, cookie jar went to Mrs. and 12 ,nearby counties, is issuing 1-
;i visitors in Fort Myers saturday ; son and Mr. Wilson. On Sunday, Keathley Bowden for high score.A duplicate cards without cost towage JUSTICEOF

' ;'l t afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Oli- salad course was served by I I earners who furnish proper

', phant motored to Palm Beach for Mrs. Flaniken to Mr. and Mrs. identification This identification
Mrs. A. O. Ward has been quite the day. \ T. Augur, Mr. and Mrs. Leon G'I includes an accurate record of the SUPREME.

I I L ill at her home here for several gram, Mr. and Mr's. W F. original number, latest home ad- : COURT ;
# days. I Enjoying a delightful, steak son, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford, dress and the name of the present yV.
I roast on the prairie south of Whid- Dr. and Mrs. J. W., Ezelle, Mr. I employer. "' Group
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McLure, jr., I den's Corner Wednesday eveningwere Flaniken and Mrs: Keathley Bowden : "Each holder of an account number One -:'
Il1:j i of Pahokee, visited friends Ju Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, card should record the numberin ,

,(t Clewiston Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston, Mr. and one or more safe places. A ready '0\

Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mr. and Mrs. SCHOOL CLASSES ENJOY and accurate knowledge of the
, ii Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff were Sidney Crochet, Mr. and Mrs. R.J. WEINER ROAST ON RIDGEOn number often saves the wage earner -
J business visitors in West Palm r. Lee, Misses Marge Hood, ,Jewel employer and the Governmentmuch

Beach yesterday.Mr. Russell, Mrs. Mae Cruze, Mrs W. Monday evening members of trouble. Duplicates are not iiiiii: -

C. Hooker, Mrs. Evelyn Spikes, E. the Junior and Senior Classes of issued to totally unemployed, cr ,.- .
and Mrs. Ivey M. Pafford, I E. Kelly, Andrew Beery, Ken Har- the Clewiston_ High School enjoyeda transient workers. ....
Anne and Kay Pafford, were guestsof ris, Parker Wilson and C. E. Nail. weiner roast on the ridge. .}>"1" ;
friends in West Palm for
the week-end. MRS. WILSON HOSTESS Accompanied by their class spon- Jjt TI I: /. \
AT EVENING BRIDGE sors, Mrs. G.: B. ,Thomas and Mrs.J. J. M. COUSE ;.;.Z v.' < OF ixi i

W. E. Hancock of Madison, candidate E. Baker, the students journey- Counselor and Attorney at Taw t. SUPR ME' ;
ed to their chosen'camp site, builta I .
for state railroad commissfou-
i Mis. R. C. Wilson entertained 'i ,
bon fire and Hopkins BuildingVedncldn's b
spent -a pleasant
[ er, was in Clewiston this week in members of the evening bridge COURT'.
r the interests of his campaign. I club, at her home Thursday after- evening roasting weiners, marsh- \ and Saturdays saot/e rivoDemocratic ary,
mallows, playing and sIng- /93$'
t'! noon. Mrs. C. E. Nail won high 9:30 to 4:00 Primary ;
Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden score prize, and received a lovely ing. Tw.nty-Fv. Active Years Expenone In the .
I Conoral l Practice of Law
: and sons, Kay and Paul sp-Jiit Fostoria celery dish, a similar Among those attending were: I
,;, Sunday with relatives in Okeechoh- pickle dish went to Mrs. H. H. Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Baker, Misses .

ee. \ Turner ,for low score and a setof Mildred Ward, Betty Hooks, Bernice -I I ,

mixing bowls to Mrs. Mae Cruze I O'Neal, Dorothy Hare, Dorothy

Miss Laura Matteson spent the for cut prize.A .Bethea, Mrs. Gladys Warren, Billie 1 "YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD"THE
week-end in Stuart visiting her delicious refreshment course I.Hooker, Bernice Gunther, Gaudy

parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matte- was served to Mrs. T. 'B. Shelley: ; Waters, Violet Bethea, Roberta' SpI- I
d "son. Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, Mrs. Mae I cer, Martha Alston, Christine Bell!, RAINY SEASON IS HERE

? Cruze, Mrs. R. J. Lee, Mrs. R. C. I Nell Alston, Christine Bell, Mary

Mrs. L. A. Maloy and her mother Nowling, Mrs. H. H. Turner and !Mary Warren: Connie Clark, Wil- GUARANTEED FOR TEN YEARS-

4 e Mrs. M. Jordan of Moore Haven Mrs. Campbell Nail. iam Johnson, Jack, Wynn, Carlisle
were Friday visitors in Clewiston. Redish, Owen Winn, Francis WrightW. I REROOF YOUR HOUSE-TEST IT FOUR


MEETS AT GRAHAM'S McGehee. Jimmy Hall, Tom_ Wal-

.\ ; : Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Herring, 'dron, LeRoy Hare, James Winn and '
; Miss Saundal Watson and Mrs. Lu- A new OrganiZation -i Morris Ford. CLEWISTON, FLA. FOR FULL PARTICULARS
; cile Bowers were visitors Satur- in Clewiston, the Young
day in Miami. W/oman's/ Club, is composed as its A diorama showing the deck of

name indicates of young women, a cruiser-type fishing boat with a
Mrs. Basil Bowden and Mrs. chiefly those who are employed in Lake Worth sunset and a tropical

Carl Stello of Okeechobee were business, in Clewiston. shore line, will be shown in a large
: guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs A regular bi-monthly meeting of spectorama at the Florida Exhibitat AN APPEAL -

,'j Keathley Bowden. this group was held Wednesday the New York, World's Fair of
'J J evening at .'the home of Miss 1939, to feature Florida's famous
,' Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Smith and Kathryn Graham. tarpon fishing, Earl W. Brown, To The People of Hendry County:

Mr. and Mrs. George Yon spent The evening's program had as manager of the Exhibits, announced
the week-end in St.. Petersburg and its theme Community Singing and With confidence in the fairness of the

+ : Tampa. was Mary centered Markette around on the a life talk of'Hom by Miss- I Four counties' : Flagler,, Clay, people of Hendry County and their desire
Putnam and St. Johns, will combine
Mrs. Ora W. Powell and Miss: er \Rodeheaver, the great song to' make the annual potato festival for a square deal, I do not believe you are go-
,Helen Vinson of Pahokee were business leader. 'Hastings' 5, the largestin
at on
= :i visitors in Clewiston Wednesi After a short business meeting the history of this great potato- ing to be swayed or misled by last-minute,

: day. 'those present were entertained, by producing section of Florida. H. mud-slinging propaganda when you go to
delightfully -
several songs, Florence H. Bailey, member of the board of the polls to vote for County Attorneyon i
C. E. Lear and C. L. Downs re- by Misses Kathryn county commissioners, is general

" : turned Saturday from a visit of a Graham. chairman of the committee in May 3rd.I .
3' few days with Troy Puryear inI Attending were Misses Mary Mar- 'charge, and Don M. Barstow is

t Sarasota. I kette Slonaker, Mae, Yvonne Whitten Johnson, Florence, Lois general secretary.' have conducted my campaign for County -

jJ Carl and Miss Yvonne Johnson I!Prince, Helen Carlson, Florine I} Attorney of Hendry County "on a high {

I spent the week-end in Sarasota Moore Graham, Kathryn Mrs. Frances and Robinsonand Florence -- ,ethical plane" in, fact, instead of by words
with their parents. Miss Mae Whit-
: ten them and visited Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Graham. and assertions. I have cast no slurs on any in-
:[. accompanied
\ 'her parents in Sarasota. CHOIR IS ENTERTAINED AT Good FarmLand dividual or organization. I have not broad-

BEARDSLEY FARM SATURDAYMr. casted over the County misleading circular -
Mr. and Mrs. ,T. P.. Turner and any

Mrs. Patrick Pollock, of Avon Park, J. E. Beardsleywere or "open letter" in a last-minute effortto
and Mrs.
visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Turner -
here Sunday. The visitors are hosts to members of the secure your vote next Tuesday. My serv-

Mr. Turner's parents and sister.Mr. which Clewiston Mr.Community Beardsley is Choir director, of, for Rent ices to Hendry County, in an official capacity -

and ''Mrs. F. A. McKenzieand at their home east of Clewiston is a matter of record 'in the offices at the

Mrs. J. R. Minehan and daughter Saturday choir evening.members Husbands were also and Courthouse of the County, and open to in-
. wives of
Mary, among the Okee
chobee visitors in (: wiston Sunday included in the party.A spection. You do not have to rely upon

came surprise when the event guests of the presented evening a what, some one says that record is. I thinkit

j Mrs. D. W. Clark and son, Dan modern electric, mixer +w'" Dirs TrespassersWill is a record 'of which anyone may well feel
left in Beardsley as "consolation be-I
Saturday; for their proud.
The gift Be
S choir widow. I
Savannah, after a visit here 'wIthMrs. ing a

M.. Clark's Allen parents, Mr. and Mrs.C. a ed joint the recent one and 20th also comm'emorat-I ProsecutedClewiston. I Having lived in your midst for the past ..
the Beardsley's marriage II several I years, during which time I have serv-
of chicken I
Mr. Mrs. W. F. Simpsonand !: A delightful supper
and creamed potatoes, tomatoes ed you as an official, I believe I am fairly
in salad,
Olin Carleton
cake and whipped cream well known of Those who have
Moore Haven Thursday evenin? attending vegetables Mrs. Beards- I to most you.
".... '\ of a rib roast with a party ley was, served after which by Mr. a pleasant hour not been in the County long, can easily learn
, Haven friends. I was passed in charades. Mrs M. M. from others just what kind of a citizen I am.
i" ( the prize for an-
Dr. and Mrs. D. Jenkins Williams Prewitt received Realty And in confidence in I
.l correctly the entire list I Relying your me, am
of Punta Gorda were guests I
of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith Wednesday of original puzzlers of representing the choir DevelopmentCorporation asking you to give me your vote, help and

4 and Thursday. Dr. Will- first members and themselves.last names support next Tuesday, May 3rd.
iams Kiwanis -
was guest speaker at Included Mr. and
; on "Wednesday evening. Her The guests and Mrs. J. I .
Owen, Mr. H. A. Rider
W. C. '
t and Mrs.
Mrs. Williams expect to leave
I Mrs. Joe .
Mr. and p.-: t
\ Niblack,
on May 8th for their summer home, G. 1 I
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Dictor-Let's go over and see.

CHAPTER VII-Continued three weeks later they sailed for knew that if anything happenedthat capacity) "four kiddies, hushed and Cuthbert I don't understandyour

Naples. Despite a promise of winter ( fateful "anything" we cannot important, each one clasping his father.

"Do you know, dear girl, such a in the air, Nora left the "shack" voice), her father would send for penny for the contribution box.' And Roberta-Why, dear?
and I remembering her. She knew that should she fail lastly Father-very dignified .
proceeding never occurred to me. almost reluctantly; you Cuthbert-Because he tells me
That may have been because 1 I the dismay with which she had to come safely through the "valley know, and a bit uncomfortable in not to lose sight of my object in
few months of the shadow" which lay ahead, his Sunday suit-shoes squeaking a
haven't regarded these things as regarded the place a life-and then he kicks when I
property to be disposed of in an earlier, was forced to smile at her he would be at her side-with Don- little; while some prim old maid call on seven nights a week.
emergency. They seem a part of changed attitude. But it was hometo when the lights went out. (the village music teacher), plays

myself, Nora, because each one recalls her' now. When, the girl asked And she was going away, far, far soft music on a melodeon Seeit

some memory I wouldn't exchange herself, and with just cause, per- beyond the reach of those steady, Nora?" OUT OF THE PAST

for any amount of gold. ButI haps, would they have another? comforting hands she loved so dear- "See itl"! Nora's troubles were

confess to being rather dumb, all] Don, absorbed in eager prepara- ly: Nora's eyes misted. The love- lost in this picture of Don's imagi-,

things considered. Your father hasa tions for the new adventure, felt no ly, distant shore became a blur. A nation. "Why, it's every, bit as plainas

nice taste himself. He would regrets-no visible regrets, at least. lump rose in her throat. She could if I'd been there. Doyou know,

have been impressed." This hurt Nora a little, foolish not swallow it; and said, aloud, a Don, .I-I believe you could write a

Don's voice was rueful, and Nora though she knew the hurt to be. Per- valorous effort to pull herself to book!"

promised: "We'll impress him yet! haps, she mused, her husband would gether: "Hold tight, Nora! Don'tbe Don laughed at the thought, his

I'll make the most of these assetsin feel differently were he aware of a baby. Everything has its price, eyes still on the ancient carving.

my next letter." the secret she was guarding. Butit hasn't it? Did ,you really expect to "Maybe I could-a book that no- "However "does he remember all

For despite James Lambert's con- must remain a secret until they avoid paying? Be your age, can't body but you would read. Do you those jokes? "
tinued silence Leonora's chatty ? Remember you're not a butter- "Beats me': I'd forgotten them.
got away. On that Nora was re you know, he added after a thoughtful -
chronicles of her own doings had solved. Otherwise Don might sense fly any more. (It's just as well Dad moment, "it goes against every-

been unfailing.- They seemed to her ridiculous dread of starting out I kept those silver slippers!) Don't thing in me, leaving a splendid piece Pacing HimA 't ,

bridge the gap a little-to bring I for a foreign country at just this I you dare cry or I'll be ashamed of 'of work like this to be battered by voluble gentleman was giving

him nearer. time-might even insist on chang- you. 1She -" the tempests of a New England evidence in an important law

"And to know that he knows we're ing all their plans; and that, she sprang up, startled, hearing; winter. Why, it'll be buried in snow case, and the reporters were hav-

well and happy, is something, isn'tit argued, wouldn't be fair to him. After nothing, yet cannily aware of an for weeks and weeks, Nora! Doesn't ing a difficult time. The more

?" she asked Don wistfully one all, hadn't she married this "sol' approaching presence. Then she seem right, does it-a,pew out of,an they exerted themselves, the faster

day in late September."It's dier of fortune" with her eyes wide I old church? If I knew who owned he went. They had about

a great deal-to a loyal soul open? Hadn't she known he'd never the thing I-I believe I'd buy it and reached the point of exhaustion

like you," he answered, and turned be happy tied to a home? And there I cart it to_the shack. What say we when.he suddenly turned to them

away because the momentary sad- was no sane reason why they set it inside the barn, dear? This and shouted: "Not so fast! Not so

ness in her eyes had hurt him. shouldn't go. If she had a motherto door's not locked. I tried it the fast! Don't write so fast! How do

"Come on, Nora," he called with be near her here-a sister-but other 'day." you think ,I can keep up with

cheer from the porch five minutes there was no one, not even a fatheras fIC) fr f1'i t1 Already he was lifting the rusted you?"

later. "Tide's out. What say we things stood now. Why should hasp-putting his shoulder to the

tramp a mile or two on the hard she care? heavy door. Then he turned, and

sand?" Nora saw that her husband's ARE YOU
And like a beacon light, its cheer- 31
It was an hour later when they ful rays piercing the fog, was the : iry thoughts were far away from that WIFE?

,discovered the stable beyond the steadying thought of Constance Ven- j ,, weather-beaten stable beside the ONLY A4 \ i ,

dunes. Its ugly cupola, with tiny able. Leonora was pondering on
windows of red amber and purple sea."I can't about the Men can never understand a three-quarter
help wondering
this one afternoon when she ; t,1f wife-a wife who is lovable for three weeks of
glass, caught Nora's eyes, and turn- tramped alone up the deserted man who carved these posts," he the month-but a hell-cat the fourth.
inland explored what once observed dreamily. "I can't No matter how your back aches-no matter
ing they help,
beach. The shack was in order, how loudly your nerves scream-don't take it
had been a homesite. ready for their early departure ,in thinking how I'd feel myself if, out on your husband.For .

"House must have burned," said the morning. Don hadaccompaniedJim after creating anything so good, it another three how generations to go "smiling one woman through"has with told

Don, looking into a gaping cellar Perkins to the station with their was left neglected in such a place.. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It
hole with fireweed. "A You see, the chap who did this helps Nature tone up the system, thus lessen-
now overrun
luggage ("Such swell luggage, dar- ing the discomforts from the functional disorders
pity the barn didn't go too, Nora. ling," he said gleefully "thanks to carving put his heart into it. He which women must endure.
must have or the work wouldn'tbe Make a note NOW to get a bottle of
It's a blot on the landscape. ,
your father for sending on those Pinkham's today WITHOUT FAIL from your
view from here is so 'perfect. For all we know it have
"But the glo- druggist-more than a million women
steamer trunks! ) and Nora
; have been his written. letters reporting benefit.
rious. Come and see. Nora was flay\ masterpiece.And .
overcome with what she consideredan Why not try LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
standing before the stable door. unwarranted attack of homesickness he was carving to the glory of VEGETABLE COMPOUND?

"It's queer the owners didn't rebuild ,God, Nora-something, he thought
was making a gallant effortto G r r
r ti permanent-something he thought
in such heavenly
after living a walk
it off. Watered
would be a part of that old church by Tyrants
place. Yes, she was thinking as she The tree of liberty only grows
long long after he and
Don his gone
"And queerer, grinned watched a gull dive gracefully downin when watered by the blood of ty
the "that those perhaps forgotten. Don paused,
eyes lifting to cupola, search of wouldbe
sustenance, there rants.-Barere.
gay, enticing windows have escapedthe Constance Venable. Don had flushing a little as he met her eyes.
stone-throwing of some "Am-am I an idiot, Nora, to want
prowess told her so much about the older (
small boy. In a village the same : 5 t l'cb to save it for him? SMALL SIZE LARGE SIZE
woman that she seemed a friend. EFLS
temptation would have been fatalto She answered, rising: "You are a 60c .20
the windows, I mean!" Constance had had four children. Don lifted the rusty hasp. dreamer; but I love you for it, Don." (I 19gpre
Philip, the youngest, was born
"I never could understand that Don lifted the rusty hasp and put-,
abroad. It was silly to worry, even 'saw Don emerging from betweenthe
destructive trait in the youthful ting his shoulder to the heavy door,
for one minute. Connie would tell
highest dunes. He waved; came
male said Leonora. found it unlocked.
her what to do. of course. toward her rapidly. Not even that
"That's only because the youthful "And you're a marvel to under- Brings Blessed Relief i j
Nora moved softly, not wishing to dragging sand she noticed could
can't hit if she stand he told her 'Most
female a target ardently. from aches and pains of
disturb flock of
a sandpipers hurry- take the lightness from his tread.
tries, my dear. Gosh! Nora, you're any other girl would think me crazy.
ing along in the wake of a recedingwave "Gee! woman, you gave me the RHEUMATISMNEURITIS
right about this view. I never sawa Lend a hand ,with that end, dear,
; but at her cautious step they dickens of a scare! He sank'quite and LUMBAGOTry
finer stretch of It's big and 'we'll have it safe inside in
ocean. a
no .
seemed a bon! Why Suffer?
to sense ,some danger, lifted breathless onto the old draw-
barn, isn't it? This doesn't look like their pew time. Gee!" (as they laid their bur- 1IIIIIIJf.ATfALKXjOODiJDRUGnSTORES'GET .
wings and "like the famous ing her down beside him. "I actu-
farm land, either. Well, we must den down) "what a peach of a barn!
ladybug, thought the girl whimsi- ally wondered for a moment (a ,terrible -
be getting on if we're to return via I'm going to climb into the cupola.
cally, "flew away home. Watchingtheir moment, Nora!) if you'd been
the post office and finish our supper I've a longing to look out of those
swift, sure passage she found kidnaped. Then I discovered your RID OF
before dark. herself envying those birds a little. footprints in the wet sand and the colored windows.

They recalled some words she must rest was easy. But don't you dare' "And risk breaking a leg so we i
The postmaster produced one let- "
can't start tomorrow? retorted
have heard in childhood. A verse run off like this again and leave no
ter. Nora's heart quickened as he i Nora. "Really, Don, I believethere's BIG UGLY
out of the Bible, wasn't it? "The message. I've got a-a palpitation!
held it out, quickened until she saw
I I no one in the world just
foxes have holes, and the birds of Feel my heart.
the foreign stamp. the air have nests but the Son of like you. One minute you're a
Nora and
; "You goose! said ; at
it Venable?
"Is from Mr.
Man hath not where to lay his something in her voice Don turned, thoughtful idealist; then-presto, PORES .
Don nodded, tearing it open eagerly head." change! A bit of colored glass
scanning her closely.
for once unmindful of her dis- transforms into a little boy!"
How true that was of a vagabondlike "Why, what's the matter?" you

appointment.He read it the Don! And how long, wondered "Nothing. I'm just a little tired." PLENTY OF DATES NOW...DENTON'S
street sauntering his wife's hand on Don's wife, had those old, old words "Nonsense! I think you're home- Yes, that was Don! Nora was FACIAL MAGNESIA MADE HER
lain dormant in her brain, wait- sick." thinking of this when, hours later,

his arm with preventing him from colliding He- ing to stir at sight of a flock of "Only-only a bit.' We've been she lay trying to sleep, yet unableto SKIN FRESH, YOUNG, BEAUTIFUL i
smiled as he readchuckledlostto or posts. sandpipers flying to shelter? so happy here." close her eyes as she watched a Romance hasn't a chance when big ugly

this Nora turned toward the dunes, He smiled at that. "v harvest moon brighten the room. pores spoil skin-texture.: Men love the soft'

everything save message wishing (although she couldn't have "Is happiness a matter of loca- That was Don-a dreamer who saw smoothness of a fresh young complexion..
from his friend and for the mo-
ment Nora felt strangely; shut out- said why) to gaze on somethingless tion, silly?" into the hearts of others. His imag- Denton's Facial Magnesia does miraclesfor

restless than the sea; consciousthat "Of course not, but ." inative sympathy might run away unsightly skin.Ugly pores disappear,
forgotten. Then Don turned, and nostalgia still had the upper She hesitated, and Don said with with him at times, as it had today, skin becomes firm and smooth.
that his
with saw awakened eyes interest."I were hand. Somehow, it must be van- ...mock severity: "Listen to me, Mad- perhaps; but without that quality'" Watch your complexion take on new beauty
quished before Don returned. Their am. Something has given you the without his unfailing capacity for Even the list few treatment with Denton Facial

just skimmed through the last honeymoon supper must be a blues-our last day, too! I sha'n't allow seeing "the other fellow's side," Magnolia make: a remarkable difference. With
the Denton
Magic Mirqpr you can actually seethe
thing, he told her happily. "I'll happy one-happy for both of them. it. What does it matter wherewe would he be able to regard her father texture oi your skin become smoother day by

read it aloud soon as we reach the "But I'm pretty tired and are, if we're together? Why, without bitterness? day.Imperfections are washed clean.Wrinkles
gradually diva ppea r.Before you know it Denton'ihas
shack. Ven writes a bully letter. shouldn't have walked so far," she we're going to have a wonderful Her father! Leonora had put the brought you entirely new akin loveliness.
He wants us to join them in Italy told herself the stable winter Nora! The
as they'd ex- Italy. narrow thought of him behind her duringthe EXTRAORDINARY OFFER
next month, Nora. Says there's no plored not long before streets of Warmth and
came into Capri. sun- last few hours. Their supper -Saves You MoneyYou
end of things 1 could do and write view, its varicolored ''cupola win- shine. Good friends like Ven and had been a gay affair. A bowl of can try Denton' Facial Magnesia on themo.t
liberal offer wo havo ever mad*-good for
about knows an English editorwho's dows sparkling like jewels in the Connie when we want 'ein; .and always late purple asters adorned the table a few weeks only.Wo will tend you a full 12 o*. .
keen for that sort of stuff and sunlight. There was a seat in frontof each other, sweetheart. Why her. biscuits were fluffy as bottlo(retail price$1)plus a regular sized box L.
; of famous Mllnesia Wafers (known throughout "
will well for that Con- "
pay the old barn: a pew from some are you sad? could be desired, and even James the country as the original Milk of Magnesia
stance wants to know"Don grinnedat abandoned church. tablets),plus the Denton Magic Minor (show*
Why not rest "No admitted Nora
reason, Lambert would have praised the
the thrust "if I'm still obliviousto you what your skin specialist aees) all for
there for a while-feast her eyeson smiling at him. "No reason at all." soup! Since they must rise at six only$11 Don't miss out on this remarkable offer.
the necessity of filthy lucre! What that matchless vista of curving Then in a defensive effort to changethe o'clock they had turned in early; Write today.

do you think of the plan, darling? shore beyond the bay-get back subject: "Don, do you realize but it is one thing to go to bed,

How does a winter at Capri appealto her calmness, and then go home to what we're sitting on?" and quite another to drop at once DENTON'SFacial \

you? You're sure to fall for Ven Don? He turned, stood up, regarding a into refreshing slumber. .

and Connie and the youngsters. Andthey'll What a beautiful place! Nora carved post with interest. (TO BE CONTINUED) MagnesiaSELECT

love you, Nora. They'll bow breathed deeply the sweet scent of ."It looks like-it is a pew out of
right down and worship or I miss balsam. How her father i
would loveit some old church, Nora. Do you see PRODUCTS,Inc.
my guess. We're foot-loose now. Ican't And with this thought she saw this carving? It must have been Dormice Found in Old WorldIn 4402-23rd St..

perceive a single reason whywe into her own heart, facing the done in the days when carpentrywas England and other parts of the LonzlsUndCity.N.Y.Enclosed j
shouldn't do it. Let's,go. knowledge that her reluctance in go- an art, and a man worked for Old world, "dormice" are found. find$1ca.h 1

And Nora, who was beginning to ing so far away lay in the fact the love of his task, as we all should These small, squirrel-like animalseat for which( send or me stamps your) / .

suspect a good and sufficient rea- that she could not reach James now. A pew! A real oldfashionedpew seeds, berries and nuts. They special Introductory 1

son for staying home, looked into Lambert should he need her. True, isn't it?' Say! can't you imag- make above-ground nests,in bushes, combination. 1I ,

her husband's eager face, lightedonce he had been curiously unforgivingfor ine the family that used to occupy' forming them of plant material. .

more with the love of roaming.' one who had forgiven so muchin it? First Mother, rustling up the When cold weather comes, they go : Jfemc._________________-. ____ :

that was so much a part of him, others. In their tragic partinghe aisle on Sunday morning in her best into their snug nests, and help keep : Street Addl..&____uu_______...
and answered gamely: "Let's!" had been neither fair to Don nor black silk, followed by threenohis -" one another warm by resting close JI'/
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720.04 for General Relief.
Most of the new ones A Zeeland fisherman discovered /
Favorable to Counties Old Ago Assistance payments dur- are from north LaBelle, those who the way to cure herring in the Fouri. | k
(Continued from page I) ing the ten months from $126,087.04 .- live in the district formerly tccnth century, and these fish have .* 't ,-
as he defeated W. C. Prewitt (17) paid jointly by the County and of Glades county. a part been important in Northern Eu-' ,;

of Clewiston 2 up for his rigVt to Jacksonville, Fla, April 27 Federal governments to 10,921 per- rope's commerce ever since. \\L! ,'_
month finds II sons, to $428,675 paid by the State I r
meet Dr. W. J. White of Belle (Special-Each) Flori-I -
Glade, for top honors in the S..c- da counties more deeply and Federal governments to 28,343 ', .-1

ond Flight. They will decide it black" as relates to relief expendi-!I persons. In addition, $14,757 was Oft PERFORMS 'M HUC'LES. ; ,.-
next Sunday.In tures, it was pointed out here today -:I paid jointly by the State and Federal -

another Consolation Flight by Clayton C. Codrington, state I governments 965 persons receiving -

affair Mrs. F. D. Duff of Clewis- welfare commissioner. 'I aid to the Blind. i i.i.fOR RURAl VElLERS

ton battled Dr. J. W. Ezelle of the Prior to July 1 last year, at Hendry County paid out $334.45I I .
holes before which time the new State Welfare I Old Age Assistance and Gen- 1
same place 36 emerg-
ing winner by the margin of 0: Board was inducted into office, the eral Relief in June 1937, and received ;' ;

and 2. Mrs. Duff's handicap was counties were required to appropriate $958.00 for Old Age Assis- ,
Ezelle's 26. funds with which to, match Fed- tance and Aid to the Blind in April
15 and Dr.
eral funds for Old Age Assistance 1938. Its expenditures for General (

The VanLandingham-Gold match I as well as to make contributionsfor Relief were $125.00 In June 1937, I
marked the close of the two principal
general relief, Codington said. and $115.00 in April 1938.
Everglades golf affairsthe Under the present set-up Old Age As all funds for Old Age Assis-

Everglades Championship and Assistance and Aid to the Blind tance and Aid to the Blind come
the Everglades Handicap. Both
programs are bringing large sums I from the state beverage tax matching -
were very successful both from a into each county and at the same Federal money, county levies
competitive and interest viewpoint, I :"
time are lessening their relief bur- are not disturbed or increased and
the entry list being the largestever
dens through removing recipientsof I no new taxes are being Imposed,. ,
compiled in Everglades golf '
these two forms of public as- Codrington further stated. --
activities. The Clewiston club
sistance from the relief rolls.In I
plans to continue holding these
June 1937, the last month of Purchases j
meets yearly..Competitive. I.l&! B. Hendry I .
administration of the former State: I
activities at the Board of Social Welfare, the counties 29,000 Acre TractFrom ,. ,
club will be at standstill
Clewiston a '
paid out an aggregate of $63043.52 ,- 1-
for a short time while a number -
for Old Age Assistance and,
of the greens are rebuilt and $48,923.68 for General Relief. During ( Hendry County News) Modern Rural Kitchen Range and Refrigerator Burn Oil { 5

others enlarged. All greens are lobe April of this year these same I J. B. Hendry has just I Farmers generally are begin- those who live in even the most. ;ti
seeded and fertilized under the counties received $443,432 in Old completed the purchase of 29,000 / "iiing to realize that for a large remote homes within a few min '

most modern methods, and when Age Assistance and Aid to the acres of land in Hendry county majority of them electrificationis utes of town or city, by means of.
these are put into play again the from the Consolidated Land Com- a long way off, and in millions the modern automobile.
club will have some of the finest pany which represents all of town- of cases permanently beyond'theirreach Because it brings the convenience '
I I 43, beginning at the Atlantic because of the prohibitive of modern refrigeration to. ,
putting greens in south Florida. club will be the scene of the Duval ship {: I
coat of line construction and service even the most isolated farm: :,
Immediately, following the opening I i Jewelry Company tournament Coast Line Railroad at Goodno,
where there are not three or home, where the need is greatest
of these greens to play, the I r pioneer Florida Jewelry l\p.rcln:1ts.1 ,east to Haegman dyke, south to more homes to the mile. However the oil burning .refrigerator is
the north line of Township 44, and that such Homes need not generally regarded one of the
west to A. C. L. which runs straight lack modern conveniences is indicated greatest labor-savers made avail

--- south from Goodno to Everglades. by this photograph show- able to rural homes in recent
Hendry is one of the biggest ing a modern rural kitchen with ytars. Strange as using heat tq

cattle owners in the county, expects -: .fl burning equipment.Both create refrigeration may seem,
to use the land as cattle the range and the refrig- even more surprising is the fact ,
erator use kerosene for,fuel. See- that the burners of this refrig-
I Terms of the sale have not I
range. ing them and learning about their erator do 24 hours' work- in two
been disclosed. The deal was- performance impresses one with hours. The burners go out auto
I handled by C. J. Kirk of LaBelle. the thought that petroleum is a matically after the required

I modem "miracle" fuel, for it also amount of oil has been burned,
GOVERNOR CONE HONORARY supplies power for many uses, not but refrigeration and the freezing;

Y,r ti+4 arx CHAIRMAN AIR MAIL WEEK the least of. which is to bring of ice cubes goes _on continuously

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I r r i i 1. Tallahassee, April 26-FNS) _. -
l Governor Fred P. Cone this week' r .-- -.__- o__ o-:;:;-o_ :fk ; n J.o2 _... -;."..-.....? :;:; :. .-

accepted honorary chairmanship,, of
1} the Florida Air :Mail Week Committee

to direct State observancesof ; -, ,
National Air Mail Week, May, ,.' '.

W4YYWyii'k 111. Y I 15-21.The appointment was made -by : } ; > .?; : ;. "

I W. D. Jones, postmaster of Jacksonville ,
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and chairman of the Statewide /: 2
Committee. Other membersof
I :
the Mr. Jones states, are l.c:
group .
-......... \ \' For ...",.. \_
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i r as follows: '':;'4;/t .:S-St:"' ,,'.1.1:-'"o"..,._.1.\.1.0 _,: \. .. .";,'; ,'' '_>'
Harold Colee, president of the ;

, D D merce Florida, State honorary Chamber vice-president of Com-; : :::{ ;: ;

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i.- ,, Floyd Brooker, Jacksonville, vice- ii t.. .; :;

chairman; C. P. Helfenstein, Live i :

Oak,' publicity; Major Garland :: >:; '
BURNERS DO Powell, Gainesville, radio; Colin

24 HOURS' WORK English, Tallahassee, education; Ed Printing .

t IN 2 HOURS R. Bentley, Lakeland, civic organizations ;:;.::tai, .1.
I ; Dr. Eugena Peek, Ocala '

YOU would naturally expect which Superfex makes possible, business-profession; and H. C. :;-4 \? .. .-- '
YPhitney, Tallahassee, air mail pick- I
Superfex Oil Burning .and the ice cubes for refreshing

Refrigerator to be as good as it drinks, and dainty frozen dessertscan up.Staged annually, Air Mail Week :; i ; '

is when you know it is made by you think of anything that is designated to better acquaint ( ; 4 \ !

the Perfection Stove Company, will do as' much to make home Americans with the air mail serv- ", \ : .: ,: : : ; -i:: i" ,

the world's best-known manufac- life more pleasant? ice and arouse greater interest in ,
aviation and air communication.Mr. of
turer of oil burning household :
Come in and see how Superfex Jones said the slogan of the
equipment.That,and the fact that 1938 observance of Air Mail Weekis
works, or send us word and we'llbe
thousands already have been giv- "One air mail letter from each r

I ing the finest service for as many glad to bring'one to your American citizen during Air Mail 1 \
kitchen for a demonstration. "
Week. 0- *
i! as ten years, in American rural ft ,* >

; homes and in tropical countries, Given Life < ,
Superfex Refrigerators of the distinctive Negro

is assurance of the satisfaction design shown below, in several Sentence for AssaultFrom "a -?

you will have with one of these convenientsiZes,and at new low prices.

fine refrigerators. Also beautiful. new six-foot model as '

illustrated above ( Hendry County News) MerIt"
No matter how isolated your Judge George W. Whitehurst :i : '.w 4

home may be, here is one convenience Saturday sentenced Charley Jones,
22 year old negro, to life imprison-
you CAN have, and it's
X'. ment In the Florida state prisonat
more than that-it will save 4 -Raiford after he pleaded guiltyto

money for you, because fewer armed robbery the night of April
trips to market will be required, .8 on an aged negro C. Sweat, r .
,, -i"
'Fritz" on the highway between
and if you market butter and t
Bare Beach and Clewiston., His accomplice \

other dairy products,dressed poul- a 16 year old negro, Dav- :,, a.i1 .

try, eggs, etc., it will increase id'Watson, was bound over to juvenile -

your profits.And there will be no court.According. "" ,'"' :- '. < ,
more of that tiresome trudgingto to officers, Jones ) ,. S ,-o' i:;{/Oo_'
knocked the old man in the head -'1; ."-o, ee i1 o ,:!f,;,
cellars wells other make- o. '"' >. -
or .
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with an axe after Watson had enticed -, *,.-, ," '.
shifts.And when you add to that him to a lonely spot near : ; ir 9-

the delights of a greater variety the l load afterwards robbing him t i :

wholeiomc 7 of $155, which was divided between ; ,,
them. They threw him in -' : < ,;: '
< i : ;;:!, :
\ a ditch to die, so they said. All : : '

three lived at Bear Beach camp. .

Sweat is recovering at the hospitalin ; i <

D. B. McCarthy Clewiston. 1

Registrations Reach The Clewifto Gf.\&ws:

Okeechobee Florida
2,000 Mark in County

Registrations in Hendry county

reached the 2,000 mark several

days ago according to reports from

the registration clerk's office, with I
,, ,. .. G ,,1tl.
the prospect of 50 to 75 more be-
0 D veT OF PERFECTION STOVE COMPANY foie- midnight Sqjy.rday which is '
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