The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00681
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 6, 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: UF00028415:00681
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Primary On Tuesday

of the most interesting and The, Annual traditional May Day
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worth=while m etings ever held program; was presented, Friday af- ; I

by the local Kiwanis: Club 'was thaton ternoon on the school campus.. The Father Dies Pepper, Ward, Rider,
Wednesday evening when the old English custom of celebratingthe .
Fort Pierce Kiwanians: were visitors first day of May was carried In Clearwater I Knight Poll Largest
of the local club and presented out. The crowning of the Queen
the program. and the maypole activities took Votes Here

Lieutenant Governor J. E., Rubles place in a very attractive old Eng- Bowden, father of Keath- I

I of Fort Pierce was in charge lish garden scene.A of Clewiston, died at
c-I of the program and introduced the low white picket fence and in Clearwater Saturday Qflewiston, vQters were appar-
various numbers. Two vocal selections : green shrubbery made a pretty of a heart attack. Keath- ently satisfied with the results of
"The Old Refrain" and background for the setting of was en route to Tuesday's election, for in every
"There's a Gold Mine In The Sky," white lawn furniture, potted plants to visit his father when instance the candidate polling a
were given by Ed Radinsky. Humorous and garden flowers. A gay and of his death. majority In the Clewiston precinct
"Uncle Josh and colorful of costumed lads ,-- polled a majority In the election
,, readings, array who was 69 years
the Cats" and "The Widow's Beau" I and lassies were out on the greento was a former newspaper Claude Pepper received 238
were ,given by N. H. Bullard. entertain the King and the having owned and op- votes to ,Mark Wilcox's 160 for
If The' talk which' followed is considered Queen of the May. old Dade City Star and United States Senator. David Elmer -
)). by many local people to be The Herald, Leonard Moore, an- County Chronicle at In- I Ward of Fort Myers received
the high-light of all Kiwanis talks nounced the coming of the :May both weeklies. He served I almost as large a percentage of
for the past few years. Carl court. Singers, musicians, farmer years as sheriff of Cit the Clewiston votes as he did in
Williams, traveler and student of beaux and girls, shepherds, shepherdesses and during that time the entire district for state sena-

current events and world affairs bakers and milkmaids of the State Sheriff's tor.
was the speaker who chose as his took their places. A humorous : He had made his I Mrs. Helen D. Knight carried
topic "Some Things Going on In note was introduced by the I Clearwater for several her home precinct 312 to Mrs. An- I
the World; Today." "horses" which accompanied the I nie Dorsey's 63 for state demo-

Mr. Williams has traveled in group of farmers and by James ,services were held at cratic committee woman.H. .

Europe extensively aid has kept Smith, the jester to the court., : Chapel, in Clearwater A. Rider, who defeated L.
well posted 'on current events. He A group of tiny flower girls in the Rev. A. M. Hugblett of- O. Gravely for county attorney, re-
discussed particularly the life histories :- lovely pastel organdy dresses of will The survivors are the I ceived a nice majority in Clewis-
of the three most importantmen floor length accompanied the I' mon Mollie Bowden, three j ton.' There were no other local
in the world today-Hitler, maids and entered before the of Clewiston, offices contested in the Clewiston
:Mussolini, and, Stalin. He describedthe Queen who was borne in by her Basil'of Okeechobee, a precinct.

conditions in the countries of four pages. ning Mrs. Viable Lingenfelter E. L. Stewart, incumbent, was
each of these leaders and pointedout After a period of singing by and several grand- unopposed representative, Dave

how the events which they the group, the Maypole dancers en- ,' is. Alston, incumbent, was unopposedfor
:bring to pass in the next several tered and took their places around county commissioner and C. E. J
years, may vitally affect America. the maypole. The girls were in '38. Pumps In Miner, former school board mem-
Mussolini, Italian, son of a red and white dotted dresses with ber, was unopposed for the posi-
blacksmith was in' turn anarchist, off-the-face bonnets to match and held Are Reversed tion now held by M. E. Von Mach
socialist and nationalist, said Mr. the boys wore white suits. The The who declined to 'run for reelection.A .

Williams, and through his writingswas Maypole dance was particularly of D -- detailed vote of the county, ,
in influencing the little dancers 'pumps in the Clewis- '
instrumental pretty as were to : another
by precinct, is given on
the Italian government to join perfectly trained in their parts and ther were reversed: Saturday
'of this
page paper.
with France and the Allies during went through the winding of the er in been busy since that
Herbert O'Bannon will enter the
the World War. Following '.the Maypole and the several intricate : | water from the
?;'; run-off with J. O. Davidson, for
war' he headed the black shirts; variations of the dance without an The : .__drainage and.lateral., ,ca. .' ,
county'commissioner' In 2.,
wateY table in district i
an organization of young unem- error. raise the '
ployed men seeking jobs. Seizingan Those taking. part were: Her- M.'I and prevent ,damage, Blitz Wegman and Mark Poole i
will contest the county commissioner's ;
opportune moment in 1922 ald, Leonard Moore; Queen, Betty drought.
in district 3. In
he attacked the weak Parliament Hooks; King, Jack Wynn. in common. with the place
of his country and became Pre- Pages: Thomas Waldron, Jim- is some twenty inches Denaud Frank McClenithan defeated -
to Alto Hires by 9 votes.E. .
mier of Italy. mie Hall, Harvey Bourne, Francis average rainfall for this
. Hitler, whom :Mussolini really Wright. Maids: Billie Hooker, )i the year, and the agri- B. Hull, in Felda, defeated
,1 discovered, said Mr. Williams Christine Bell Martha Nell Al- section is badly in need Fred Dunaway 120 to 73 for county -
:' headed the brown shirts of Ger- 'ston, Bernice Guthrie. Flower commissioner. In 1936 Hull defeated i
many. In contrast to Mussolini, Girls to Maids: Mary Lou Lyles. first of the week the Dunaway for the same office -
Hitler is a fanatic. He has a definite Jeanette Smith, Shirley Owen, the and back country canals by only one vote.
program and believes firmly June Colyer, Viola Haven, Nadine with water which Mrs. Homer Taylor of Felda
(Continued on Page 8, ) Andrews. the soil and feeds the will return to the county school
Flower G\rls to. Queen: Carolyn plants with the needed board from District No. 1 and A.

LaBelle Boy Found Robison, Carline Berner, Mary K. L. Taylor and Dillon Hall will
Dyess, Betty Lou Emrich. drought is wide enter the second primary for
Drowned In RiverThe Maypole Dancers: Nancy Wright, a the South. The Ev school board member from Dis-
Jo Ann Crouch, Ben Bolton, Ray- area is 'fortunate in that trict No.2.
mond Trice, Grace Ward, Mary has it is under pumping units The county registration list con-I
body of 19-year-old :Murphy Nell Christian, ,Bobby Maynard, water to be pumped tained 2,065 names, and the approximately -
Sims, son" of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Milton Poole, Sally Graham, June the lake or off the land J 1400 voters who cast
Sims of LaBelle, was found float- Espenlaub, Gene Mills, David lake. It is seldom that their ballots is a record for the
Ing in the Caloosahatchee river Long. Milkmaids: Doris Poole, reversed as the water 'county.
yesterday morning a mile below I Mauryne Prewitt, Edith McDaniels, art : usually maintained at. a Several contests in neighboring,
LaBelle. He had been missing (Continued on page eight) level for all needs. coun't.ies in Tuesday's election are
since early Tuesday morning. of interest locally. In Glades, the
The youth was known to have r Crowds At'' winners include Uncle Joe Pee-
been despondent for some time be- ples of Citrus Center, as represen-
cause, neighbors said, of friction Tent Revival tative. J. M. Couse, county 'judge
with his family. When he failed and Ed Frierson, county commis-

to return to his home Wednesday, missioner.In .
his 'parents became alarmed and ,:,;:, Baccalaureate : : \ crowds are attending Palm Beach County, .HerbertD.
notified authorities. in the Baptist tent ta Beck of Belle Glade was elect-
Sheriff H. L. DeLaney immedi- : :- next door to the city ed representative over_ Paul Rar-
ately began a search of the river .< i '. : ; evening. Preaching by din of Canal Point. In Okeechobee -

banks for some trace of the boy. : I.. Head of Tampa', Flor- P. Tomasello, long an active
Yesterday morning his hat was discovered s' music by his talented figure in state politics. was elected.
I, May 8;. ,1938, .' :, ,' < ; i
on a rock below 12-foot .. 'C to interest scores representative.
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bank about two miles from the ," : : ... .. In Lee county Guy M. Strayhorn
Sims home. There was evidence ofa has made the follow- defeated Wm. H. Wood for repre-
slight cave-in at the spot. The in connection centative.
body came to the surface a few services:
Processional, "See, The I
feet from where his hat was found. will be services each Clyde Browning Is
Sheriff DeLaney said the youthwas / Choir week at the tent. Owing
wearing high boots and that .. commencement exercises SawmillClyde
Invocation ......................,.........._:.. Injured At
he might have fallen in, or jumped auditorium, there
in intending to swim the river and Hymn 1Scripture services in the tent on
: that his water-logged boots could Monday nights. There Browning recovering at
have dragged him under.A Reading '. : each night at the his home in north LaBelle follow-
coroner's jury found "death Anthem, "Jubilate," Deo-Wood' week beginning Tuesday ing an accident Friday morning at
came from drowning." Frank O'Bannon's saw mill where
Sermon u..u............. : : ,
Survivors, besides the parents \ Tuesday night, May he Is employed.
are two brothers, Harvey Sims of Pahokee Methodist be "Our Women, the Browning was at work on the
New Orleans, La., and Joseph Queens of America." This roof of the mill when he apparently -
Sims of LaBelle; four sisters, Mrs. Hymn 179Benediction, chatau-qua lecture. lost his balance and fell to the
Stewart Fitzhugh and Mrs. Joe : has delivered'' this lec- ground, his head striking a sharp
........u.u..u.._....._. I thanan
Townsend of Felda and Mrs. Ver- times. Free admission rock which cut a gash less
non Messer and Miss Sarah Simsof Recessional, Kipling's I one. You will be high- Inch long above the right ear,
LaBelle. : A male quartette but severed an artery. He also re-
Announcement I
Funeral services were,, held yes- : ( ceived a ,few body bruises.Dr. .
terday afternoon in Fort Denaud at 8:15 P. : )' night, May 11. A. P. O'Bannon, who at-
cemetery. Lawrence A. Powell was Mr. Head will speak to men, but tended him, says considerable blood
in charge of arrangements.-Ft. not to men only. Men, women, was' lost but does not consider the
News-Press. eight) Injuries as serious.'Labelle News.r .
Myers Continued on page I : ,
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The Were Doubtful
Boys AROUND Items of Interest
Till Story Was Verified"When iS :

I was in Montana," said *rt ?<" '?f the HOUSE |: ,to the Housewife, ; i S ,

the old bore, in'the smoking room, > :

"I had an interesting experience. (l{ Butter the Raisins.-A good way' lution of one pound of alum to

One morning, as I was shaving, a : ;;. ,to keep raisins from going to the three gallons of water.
fierce lion came into camp. I bottom of a cake is to roll them in *

seized a pan of water and threwit butter before placing them in the Icing Will Not Run.-If you will.

at the beast, and it slunk mis- batter. dust your cakes with cornstarch
erably away." //tIIIIs before icing, the icing will not

There was dead silence for a / 4I Hanging New Curtains.Bastea tend to run.
tuck in new curtains under the .
little in the
moment, then a chap v
top hem where it will not show, Save Pickling Sirup.-Sirup left : .' ..
corner chimed in. "Say, boys, :
then if the curtains shrink when from pickled or 'spiced fruits : -
he said "I can vouch for that
first laundered it will be easy to makes a delicious flavoring for ,;' .
story. Five minutes after it hap- let out the extra length. roast meats. '

pened I was walking along the ,.:-j: '.

same road. I met this lion, and I I Washing a Raincoat. Soap Grease the Paper.-Grease both :.' .\. ':

stopped to stroke his whiskers. should-never be used when wash- the pan and paper when lining .': "", :,
Boy, those whiskers were wet." ing a raincoat. Instead, use a so- cake pans. ::J. ;

,Injustice and ChildrenIn "

the little world in which chil- / Appliqued Kitchen Towels I ':' 'I
dren have their existence, whoso- \ .:
ever brings them up, there is noth-
ing so finely perceived and so fine- '. .

ly felt, as injustice. It may be : stitches used; material require- :
only small injustice that the child ments. : ,
can be. exposed to, but the childis 41L ew :: Send 15 cents in stamps or coins

small, and its world is small, (coins preferred) for this pattern
and its rockine-horse stands as 'to the Sewing Circle, Needlecraft

many hands high, according to Dept., 82 Eighth Ave., New York.
scale, as a big-boned Irish hunt- HEY THERE YOUNG FELLOW! Wait a minute! During National Please write your name, address
er.-Charles Dickens.NERVOUS. Baby week it isn't polite to cry your heart out. Maybe you didn't like and pattern number plainly. ,
the cameraman, but you might at least be polite 'about it. Okay,. we'll .t
put you down as a_cry-baby and let it go at that.. As for, the youngster \!:--

below he. frownedat ....
: 'f ... ,-
? our unpopular camera- \ Do You Want to Know

man, registering distastein /c /4
a more subtle'way. We'll : Whereto' Find theDifferentVitanins1.
Do you feel so nervous you want to scream? k.h
Are you cross and irritable?' Do you scold classify him as a frown- % ?
those dearest to you?
baby. A t:
If your nerves are on edge, try LYDIA E.PINKHAM'S "
often helps Nature calm quivering nerves. > {:' : tMf.l, t : :!. .d' "': :I i':.: ;, eip\ .._ ,.-. _
For three generations one woman has told I .j. .: .. ..
: x { .... ,
another how to go "smiling through" with } K \ ;, : eezT
$ = "' :
'H: : :: ; ., : ;
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It ....., i$' ''$;.0" /4. ;'< 'I' : :;;: ;. 1\ .' Get This Free Bulletin
helps Nature tone up the system, thus lessen- t. :: $ Offered by C. Houston Goudiss
lug the which discomforts women from must the endure.functional disorders f '< ti" .. 4. ;:;: .: $l51It: ; J
famous Make Pinkham's a note NOW Compound to get a bottle today of WITH-world- .. .... ". ..:..-t: ">;;' ......,.".,' :: :;<'i".. ,' ,3 zT READERS of this newspaper are
OUT FAIL from druggist-more than a % : ;: :>'::. \ < ,: : :; : : to write to C. Houston
; :
million women have your written in letters reporting t. .4[r4i'w ).,- /.' .k.t... ;',.&'Z;' '" : ".,"" \. .:::: ,,:.: .. ,:;..\;..:. : :: ,.: 3 Goudiss at'6 East :39th Street, New :',

benefit. : : : ...>, .ft)},:",,: :: \< .... )< < tiP':; //f .f.ht: .; York City, for his new "VitaminPrimer"
Why not try LYDIA : T' : j : (: : .
D1PINKHAM'SHow :':" :) : . .... : ,: ...... :. :.:.<. .
VEGETABLE 1 : ;'>;':':<:<''' : :/ ::: : 0.:"':;'<' x' grr ': >: :" 'Which tells the facts that
'f'I..jtI: : :: 4. )(:, .4.4A .4E every homemaker needs to know
Pattern 1679A
; about vitamins. In simple chart
the functions of each vitaminare
brand idea .
new applique '
.. < ,; ;:.4 explained, and.there is a list of !
0 *" .
t y .. < ... scraps of print to form the aprons
are quickly relieved with if.( : ( >' }; .t. Ji 0[ :;:ti1 1.'ifi j; for these gay, embroidered peas- foods to guide you in supplyingyour
Yager's Liniment. A Doctor .;...:..;i i{ ; .: :: : ; : ant figures which cheer up kitchen family with adequate amountsof
writes that he uses it for back these'necessary food factors. A
aches, sprains and rheumatic 1 2;:::J :::.:; :j II i11I; :[ i.1.1: These two babies are different towels. Pattern: 1679 contains a postcard is sufficient to carry your
pains. Buy Yager's Liniment .: .. :. : .. as night and day. transfer. pattern of seven motifs request.
today. Let it help you rub aches ,. The little chap at the left averaging 6 by 71/4 inches and ap
and In 59
away. use over
years. 25c and SOc bottles. / is an afraid-baby. Seemsour plique, pattern pieces; color sug-

/1 .. .. cameraman gets a cold gestions; illustrations of all
.: shoulder wherever he
Jrs But wait! The chap below MLllE1"

Md. poses very willingly, even JYUSNOWWHITE I PETROIEUMJEU.Y
WellIt ? .smiles. He's a happy- .Srange Facts LARGE JARS StAHDOtQ .

matters not how long you baby, we guess.

lived, but how well.-Seneca. j Bet this his picture.parents are proudof Changing 1

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SMALL SIZE LARGE SIZE { W: :: ) ;:.. <. .1IJi ?"_ :::. .';;:L'J lllri i \ All Maps 0
$1.20 r'w11: ; .. .- f4g'1... %%*1WY ..,
'n ij""l : ,.J. / <:'::.;.: .fpH. r: i /J: ;%. : f THROUGHOUT the world pub-
Vvft\lt ft .": ) ".. 'I:,>" N"n;;; .' IIt ''' ;.ow. n : are busy changing the i}
=f; !. "" /\ tItJ :0-' :: maps of Europe. Children in geography -
\. t ; is right around this quiet, congenial! hotel.
>:<.I. .. '..;",;:; {; /' ..'. A\).<",.< "' .' classes will no longer be
lJRA"'O \ .:., ft.t' ..: : J.p'h '' ,.z1t;; i% P';.., it :. .1.ttk asked to point out the boundariesof Rooms with bath from $2.50 single, $4
Brings Blessed Relief y. "' --1' 'Z" Austria. Our English word Aus- double. FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD.
from aches and pains of
i tria is derived from Oesterreich
RHEUMATISMNEURITIS 't ,? : / which Eastern Realm. Un-
'N if
i "
and LUMBAGOTry q t$ til March, 1938, this had been
a bottlt Why Suffer "4e' ..
its for thousand
name a years.
_.,"':,IIIl.111ct.I.'lllc1II-1i.'I: : : :
Now'it is a section of Germany.The .
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h .h'w. ,", 'n .. <; .. ..'.,, ." .". ...,.:;:.:y:0:1,, ,%@<. WNU-7 18-38 >: ; first established by Charlemagneabout

800 A. D. He.named this region -

.... East March. A little later it :
GET RID OFPIMPLES f uw-4ZI was known as Eastern Realm. In Sore4oMore! Salve .

f the Twelfth century Henry the

,3 / / Lion Hearted, one of the first AffordsRemarkableReliefin
N dukes of Eastern Realm allowed cues of asthma bronchitis,croup,
was whooping cough piles,foot troubles,
yt < special privileges by Em- chest congestion,etc.FREE' .
.. .
: peror Frederick Barbarossa; Aus- With each order for two
New Remedy Uses Magnesia to Clear (A /V -' I '; tria was made an independent 50c jars of SoreNoMoreSalve

Skin.Firms and Smooths Complexion : duchy with Vienna the govern- we will send you a formula
that makes 2Vz gallons of delicious
-Makes Skin Look Years Younger.Get > ment seat. beverage or jelly juice from 1 gallonof
In the Thirteenth century, Ru- either fresh or fried fruit. Sales-
rid of ugly, pimply skin"with this ,. : dolph of Hapsburg was elected people wanted.
extraordinary new remedy. Denton's emperor of the Holy Roman Em- Wrttt for interesting trofiosilion
Facial Magnesia works miracles in \ t : : A ; pire. territory at,the time was WOMACK MEDICINE CO.

clearing up a spotty, roughened com roughly Germany, Switzerland, Established 30 Years
plexion. Even the first few treatments t; Box 216 Greensboro, Ga.
make and northern Italy. The Hapsburgrival
a noticeable difference. The ugly
for the crown of empire was
spots gradually
wipe away, big pores
grow smaller, the texture of the skin ; the king of Bohemia. The King-
itself becomes firmer. Before you knowit f dom of Bohemia was the'land we
friends are complimenting you on now call Czechoslovakia. The kingof

your complexion. .. Bohemia was also in posses-
.. .
SPECIAL OFFER .**&,. N. .-.:.::..>::}::'.:L\:1: : :h. r\,2tf::21'l. sion of most of Austria. Rudolphof
And this little girl is just a pretty baby Hapsburg drove him out and
-for a few weeks
only no two ways about it. She boasts a the Hapsburg's became the rulersof
Here Facial is Magnesia your chance at a to liberal try out saving.Denton'a We 14 sweet disposition, and look at the eyes Austria. The last Hapsburg to

will send you a full 6 oz. bottle of Den- she's making at our cameraman. Lucky rule Austria died in 1916, more
ton's, plus a regular size box famous fellow! than 600 years after the first Haps-

. Milnesia Wafers (the original Milk of _.. _......_....__...... ... burg had won Austria and the KILLS INSECTSON
Magnesia tablets). ..both for only 60cl! ;L. t crown of the Holy Roman Empire.In FLOWERS FRUITS
Cash in on this remarkable offer. Send ; 1918, Charlemagne's original ..:;J"
or stamps today.DENTON'S ..
territory of East March was the
,/ ,Republic of Austria. Now, ordersgo Demand original sealed
bottles from your dealer
out to change all maps.
BritannIca Junior. 3'YY
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Facial Magnesia .. 'I

: 4402-23rd SELECT Street PRODUCTS Long Island,City Inc., H. Y. II II I 1 %: / : I @

Enclosed find 6Oc (cash or stamps)for II -..,. ... .,."." -_.. ...
which combination.send me your special Introductory : ,44 ( 4iQr
I Hey! rake that cup

Name _________________________ out of your mouth! Still, 0 _
I you don't seem afraid .
Street Address .___...._____.__.., iI guess your just wonder- __ Only-

City -..__________State _________ II. ing, so we'll call you a
wonder-baby. But the Good MercL.an.diseCan
I sun bather at the right is

a detective-baby, tryingto
figure out why a fel. :j Be CONSISTENTLY Advertised
low has to wear glasses N"""" "---1

........,................ 1 while but a fellow taking doesn't a sun bath.have much He didn't choice.want a sun bath in the first place, I I. BUY ADVERTISED GOODS

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[Lesson 8

of the, Moody Bible Institute
of Chicago.
Western Newspaper Union.

Lesson for May 8 0 o f



_______mnnun__ GOLDEN is TEXT-For he that 9:40.Is not DEAR. 7
I I against us on our part.-Mark I
PRIMARY TOPIC-When We Want to Be
JUNIOR TOPIC-Not In Our Class.
NEW Working with Others for Christ.
the feudal chieftain of the YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC- p o I
province of San Luis Potosi, is mov- Cooperating in Service. : 00 0 S

ing out of the, ruck as the No. 1 i

menace to the That there is strength in united

Gen. Cedillo Cardenas adminis- and co-operative effort is a truth so

No.1 Menace tration, accordingto obvious that in the affairs of the WHAT to EA T and WHY
Cardenas to all one can. home and of the office we would not

glean at this attempt to make progress with "a

crossroads.A house divided against itself." But

friend of this writer, an oil operator with strange and destructive incon-

who has reasons for remain- sistency some who are engaged, in Once food has begun to deteri-

ing anonymous, brings news from the propagation; of the Christian orate, it must be discarded or it
Mexico that the big, swarthy Mestizo faith, and often the very folk who e.uitcrn qcudiss tJijcUJJrlj may endanger health. Cookingwill

the most conspicuous hold-out on speak much of love and fellow: not make spoiled foods fit for

the state agrarian program, is gain ship and sacrificial service, fight one consumption.How .
ing a following in a long sweep of another with cunning and often bit-

A,, Mexican provinces, and, in this terness of spirit, and all in the FOOD PRESERVATION and Explains to Prevent Mold

!? view, dissident factions will swarmin name of Christ whom they ,professto Molds are another form of spoil-

behind him. serve. How to Protect Your Family Againstthe age that the homemaker must

He has the friendship and No one who is awake to the real ,constantly battle. Mold will grow

backing of various foreign inter- issue involved would ask any true DANGERS of TAINTED FOODBy on almost any substance, but is

ests, according to my informant, believer to co-operate in Christian particularly likely to occur on acid

and around his huge, stolid, work with those who, while holdingthe foods, as lemons, oranges, toma-

grim person there is gathering name and outward symbols of toes and berries; on neutral foods,

powerful opposition td the gov the followers "of Christ, deny His C. HOUSTON GOUDISS such as bread and meat; on

ernment.He deity and His Word. But surely 6 East 39th Street New York. sweets, notably jellies and pre-

is a self-made fighting man there is need for loving co-operation DISTINGUISHED nutritional scientist once remarkedthat serves, and on salty foods, including -
between all those who truly love A ham or bacon.
who served his apprenticeship in various -
it is small favor to keep alive
a people on a poorly
the Lord who believe in Him and
minor work-outs, before the Molds may develop quickly or
big upheaval of 1910, when old Por- in His Word. chosen diet. For with the wrong food, they may not get one-, slowly, depending upon the tem-

firio Diaz was overthrown. He I. A Dispute by the Way (vv. 30- fifth of their potential efficiency into their lives; they will perature and degree of moisture.

: joined this revolt, but called him- 34). drag themselves through miserable days, .never knowing the They thrive under the influence of

self a "conservative revolutionist." Jesus had taken His disciples joys of physical fitness nor en-< warmth and moisture and may remain -
He never liquidated his personal invisible to the naked
from the Mount of Transfigurationby
the abundant health There three classes of
joying are
army, now numbering about 10,000, secluded roads through Galileeso for as long as 36 hours. All moldsare
and his autocratic that He might instruct them in that comes from a perfect micro-organisms which develop infoodbacteria' white at first, but as they ma-
molds and .
He Keeps Up state is firmly en- the all-important truths regardingHis balance of nutriment.The ; yeasts.All ture they change color, becomingblue

Own Army of cysted in the con- death and resurrection. One three are notable for their mi red, or assuming various
Perfect Diet nute size rapid growth and wide
May ,
stitutional com- shades of brown.To .
10,000 Men could hardly conceive of a more distribution. Yeasts and
monwealth. When Not Be Safe to Eat the these col- .
propitious arrangement for their can bacteriologist,
only''be seen with the aid of
he resigned as secretary of agri- growth both in knowledge and grace. But even the homemakerwho a microscope.Not ors have different meanings. To

culture on August 16, of last year, Did they profit by it? No; they the homemaker, they all tell 'the
it was reported that he had made a not only did not understand what plans ,an ideal diet may all micro-organisms are the same story-that through improper -

truce with President Cardenas, but He told them but they used their be undermining the health of enemies of man; some are useful] storage food has lost its

that talk seems to have been pre.. time her them in the preparation of foods suchas
to dispute "among themselveswho family by feeding appetite appeal and palatability.Mold .
cheese sauerkraut and bread.
mature. should be the greatest" (v. 34). spoiled or tainted food which growths may be destroyedby
He was a member of the Na- These need not concern the home-
tional Revolutionary party, com- Possibly James, Peter, and John carries the deadly germs of maker. But the harmful bacteria boiling temperatures. They
were a bit puffed up by their experience may be retarded by keeping food
mittee of 1934, which drafted disease.We will flourish wherever'conditions
on the Mount, or perhapsthe in the cold, dry circulating air
Mexico's are favorable to their growth.
six-year agrarian and. frequently hear stories of
others were jealous because provided by an efficient refrigerator. -
economic plan. death serious illness caused There two factors
Jesus had taken them with Him. or are important .
My friend picks Senors Cardenas food contamina
by governing food,preservation. One
Or perchance it was just another
and Cedillo as the two strong men tion. And it is significant -''is the maintenance of a constant A good refrigerator is the best
of the sinful
of Mexico, one being driven left unprovoked expression that the ; investment a family can make. It
) temperature of from 40 to 50 degrees -
pride that is so close to the surfaceof p4y
enables to take advantage of
and the other right by the present improper care of Fahrenheit-under no circumstances you
the human heart and mind.
bargain prices to buy food in
. -, social tension. food in the home is should food be storedat quan-
) II. An Example of Humility (vv. most often respon- a temperature higher than 50 tity. And it safeguards health by

THE Swiss bell-ringers,. the one- 35-37). sible. One physi- degrees, or bacteria will multiplyso preventing contaminated food
trap-drummer, the circus "True greatness consistsnot cian has gone so rapidly as to' make it unsafeto from finding'I its way to your table.

ring-master and all such supposedlybusy in attaining the first place in far as to state that eat. The other is to maintainthe An ,efficient refrigerator also

and preoccupied people are the notice and praise of the world, there is no estimat- proper degree of moisture in preserves the flavor and textureof

just snoozing along not in being served by many, but in ing the number of the air-neither too much, which meats, fruits and 'vegetables,
Tap-Drummer being willing to stoop down to a so that you enjoy these foods at
compared to Dr. persons who, while encourages the growth of micro-
Has Nothing Morris Fishbein, humble place, not for the sake of ?viy not sick in bed, organisms, nor too little, which their best. But its greatest contri-
bution to human welfare is the
self-effacement, not in timid diffi-
Fishbein goalkeeperagainst feel "rather poor dehydrates fruits and vegetables.
dence, but in order to serve others i preservation of food so that it will
medical .ly, "not strong, or "kind of run
quacks, heresies, panaceas, innova- for the sake of Christ" (Erdman). down" because, improperly preserved Appearance of Food nourish it.Questions your. body instead of poi-

tions, Utopias and unsanctioned ex Note carefully that it is the receiv- food gives them insufficient May Be DeceptiveThe soning

periments. ing of a little one in the name of nourishment and their strength is
great danger of food that is
When Dr. James H. Means, ,retir- Christ that brings to us the glory of exhausted in combatting the 'action improperly stored is that it may I AnsweredMrs. I

ing president of the American Col- His presence with us. Every deedof of germs.Homemaker's become spoiled without advertis-

,lege of Physicians, drops a few pro- kindness and love' is commend- ing that fact. Appearance is seldom -
vocative words about self-imposed able and has its own reward, but a reliable guide and unless S. T.-When thoroughly

medical reform, they scarcely hit a there is a vast difference betweenit Food SanitationAn your refrigerator is efficient, food chewed and given a proper placein

press wire before Dr. Fishbein and humble service in the name enormous amount of time may become unfit for consump- the diet, cheese is usually well

swings a devastating counterassertion. and for the glory of Christ.III. and money is expended to put tion before spoilage can be noted digested. Experiments performedby

A Lesson in Co-operation (vv. foodstuffs in your kitchen in a by sight, taste or smell. the United States Departmentof
Dr. Fishbein is elaborately 38-41). fresh, palatable and safe form. Agriculture demonstrated thatan

equipped and organized for John, quick to apprehend spiritual Laws govern the manufacture, All types of protein foods harbor average of 95 per ,cent.of the
bacteria which at
multiply rapidly
timely blasts against any encroachment truth, sees in the teaching of Christ transportation and merchandisingof I protein and over 95 per cent of the
than 50 de
of subsidized or so- concerning the little child the con- every food product and an elab- temperatures higher fat of cheese were digested and

cialized medicine. As editor of demnation of something he ,had orate system is maintained for the grees. Under favorable conditionsof absorbed.Mr. .

the Journal of the American done. 'If indeed it inspection of meat. But all this moisture and temperature, bac- .
be true that to teria double their number 20 B. M. G.-Yes, cooking veg-
Medical Association, with head- receive a child, an ordinary every- care can be undone if food is not every etables leads to a reduction of
to 30 minutes, and a single bacte-
quarters in Chicago, he com- day child, is to receive Christ, and adequately refrigerated in the rium can produce a million bac- their energy values, as well as
mands a large staff of secre- to receive God,' said John within home. mineral salts. In general, thereis
teria in 15 hours.
taries and assistant secretaries, himself, 'what did I do when I for- From the moment that meats, a reduction of from onethirdto

trained like a fast ball club to bade that man who in the Name fruits, vegetables and groceries Safeguard Children's Milk one-half of the carbohydrateafter

field any challenge or dissent.He was casting out a demon?' Verily, reach your kitchen, the responsi-I' Milk is the most perishable of cooking in water. Frequent

is undoubtedly the most highly the light had broken in upon him." bility is yours, and you all foods, because it is an ideal reheating cannot be recommendedas
publicized medical man in America.He guilty if husband and chil- thrice-boiled contain
The man who casts out demons, your medium for bacterial growth. If vegetables
wolfs hundreds, of exchangesand or who gives the disciple of Jesus I: dren suffer ill effects from eating this master food is to be kept safe little available carbohydrate, and

eight or ten medical books ev- a cup of water, in His name-that is I tainted food. for children, it must be stored at the greater part of their mineralsand

rinds TIme ery week, lec- with true faith in Christ, and in His Causes of Food Spoilage temperature not higher than 45 flavor is also lost.
tures, speaks on and for His I WNU-C.Houston Goudlss1938aRONtheaY
power, glory-must be degrees.
in food is due to the
for Fights the radio reviewson Spoilage
believer. He may not belong to our Careful studies show that thereis
of a vast of micro-
books ravages army
Quacks' writes group or circle, he may not speak little increase in bacteria
it to very
books and organisms which cause sour, WRY
g always i our language, he may not use our when milk is held for as long as
"Yi enjoying a fight, keeps fast decay or putrefy, depending upon
up methods, but if he is serving Christwe e
48 hours at a temperature of 40
the nature of the food.
running fight against the quacks.
should not forbid him
or speak degrees. But when the temperature -
When he finished Rush Medical evil of him. God
at times was allowed to rise to 50
school, at the age of twenty-three, called a man to witness for Him, degrees almost 30 times
he had the choice of becoming Have You a Question? many !
a who has done
in 1
so a manner distasteful bacteria developed, and at 60 de-
pathologist for the state of Indiana, to others, and these,in turn Ask C. Houston Goudiss grees, the bacteria multipliedmore
or an assistant editor of the Jour-
nal of Medicine.He have aligned themselves against __<_ than 8,000 times in the same
him and
hindered his full
usefulnessin has the period.
C. Houston Goudiss put at
chose the latter..Mrs. Fish 'the gosp l. One of the great evan-:.

bein, who was Anna Mantel, gelists of the last generation used disposal all the facilities readers of of his,this famous;newspaper( Ex- 'Foods That Spoil Easily

serves through the war with methods which shocked many'church Kitchen Laboratory in The rapid multiplication of bac-
him, traveling with him and as- folk. They stood against him, and He will gladly teria also occurs in other foods
New York City.
sisting him in the biggest and yet that man was used to win hostsof having a high protein content, in- INSTANT LIGHTING
busiest job of medical journalism business and professional answer questions cluding meat meat broths fish
diet, nutrition, and their relation to ColemanlJ GI rron
ever attempted. They have that the church had scarcely health. You are also invited,to consult gelatin, custards, creamed foods,
,three children. touched, into earnest Christian testimony peas and beans. It is importantthat Make ironing a quicker easier and more5leesanttask.
him in matters of personal hy
Dr. Fishbein, plump, affable and service which continuesto all these foods, as well as Iron tho easy way-with a Colo-
: giene. It's not necessary to write a man, the genuine Instant Lighting Iron. Just
bald, and forty-eight years old, also ; this day. You and I may not like letter unless desire postcardinquiries milk, be kept in the coldest partof turn a valve strike a match and it lights in-
you etantly.) The Coleman heats in a jiffy,is quickly
is deep in art, music, literature, the i one another's appearance, or voice, will receive the same care. the refrigerator, as a few degrees ready for use. Operates for Hit an hour. See
, 4- drama, bridge, golf and public af. I or methods, but let us love and cooperate ful attention. Address him at 6 East in temperature make a your dealer or write for FREE FOLDER.
lairs. with one another forChrist's THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO.
t- great deal of difference in pre-
39th Street New York
City. Dept WU320. Wichita,Enne.:
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The Clewiston News
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Published every Friday in Clewiston Fittingly in accord with the
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS
devotion which all Catholics have
Inc. WHO IS IT? for the Mother of God is the setting I

KEATHL.EY BOWDEJV Editor "Who is it knows just what to do aside of the second Sunday t\ '

When things go wrong and life looks blue? I in May each year to honor the ( d4

Who is it sings amid her care, name and memory of our earthly
Entered as second class mall matter And smiles when shadows bring despair? I mothers. Music lovers of the
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In ;
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of Who is it through her changeless day Glades, all Catholics and their
March 3, 1897.Subecrlptloa. Unchanging goes her faithful way? I friends as well as the general
Who is it keeps the light, the home, I m0sell
public are cordially invited to at-
Still sweet howe'er her loved may roam? I
Rate $2.00 Per Year tend the High Mass at St. 1Iari 1 m dil

Advertising Kates On Application. MOTHER. ; garet's Church, Clewiston, at 9:00A. I

M., Sunday, when the boys'
"Who is It wins the crown she wears, \,
Devoted to the advancement and wel- When love lays wreaths upon gray ,hairs, from St. Ann's Church in West 1 4i.
fare of Clewlston and Hendry County. And joys on wings of softest gleam Palm Beach, under the direction of _

Leads home her little ships of dream? ,: Sister Grace Adelaide, will present -

Who is it, though she goes not down ,'. > an unusual musical program
.:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Each day to business in the town, ,>;_ I appropriate to the occasion. Or-

Still lifts her burden, toils her share, '.':" .:' ganized last year and composed
RAMBLINGS Fulfills her trust and meets her care? :: \ .
;" ', of boys from the fifth to the

MOTHER." .*'. :,:: ; I eighth grades, the choir has merited -

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..:0- ,' :,,, high praise from impartial Stop at

critics on the Palm Beaches whereit
If the political campaign just tzVctttieiLL
has appeared during the past
ended did nothing else, It gave the season.A jotet

public a new and more acceptable
picture of the youthful and rather motorcade of private cars accompanied -
by Rev. Father Bryant, 312 S.- E. SECOND AVENUEAll
handsome state senator.judge who We will always hereafterbe hatedto .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:0(..:..:.:...:......' Open Letter From S. J., pastor of the Palm Beach

print that old picture-it lackedso SCHOOL NEWS Catholic Churches, will convey the Outside TIoomsVith
Revival MinisterAn I boys to Clewiston.Fr. .
much of doing justice to Judge Private Bath

Ward. Bryant, a noted speaker, will
Bernice O'Xeal __..........__ Edlto
Here in Clewiston we didn't get deliver the sermon on the occa- COOL, QUIET
Billie Hooker ............ Ass't Editor Open Letter from Pastor- Mass the
much worked up over the campaign sion, the being sung by .
-except those two fellows Miss Evelyn Schutz, Faculty Advisor Evangelist, Dr. W. L. Head of local pastor Fr. J. F. Walsh. Ar- Overlooking Biscajno Bay
Tampa, Florida. '

who bet $300 to $1 on Claude 1NMN....:N:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Will you give me a little spacein rangements are being' made for Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and <. .,..,7
Pepper. Our local candidates wereso the elaborate decoration of the
good they didn't have opposi- HONOR ROLL your good paper to say a few Church by the Ladies of the, Al- Business "Section.RATES .

tion, and though it cut down fear- things about our Tabernacle meet- tar Society, and also the accom..;;
First Grade: Christine? Espen- ?
fully on campaign printing and ing modation of one of the largest con-
laub, Lena May Johnson, Shirley
newspaper advertising we are glad. I am in your'' city by the request gregations of the year. The mem-
Ann Owen, Corrine Von Mach,
$1.50 Single
Helen Knight will henceforthbe of, the Baptist State Mission bers of St. Mary's Church, Pa- ,
Jack Davis, Jimmie Fielder, Bobby -
Democratic committeewomanfrom Board of Florida, the chairman of hokee, and- their friends, will unite
Hanna, Richard McLeod, Charles $2.50 Double
Hendry Couty, and congra- the executive committee of the with the Clewiston congregation
Miner, Bobby McDaniel.
tulations are in order. The Hen- Miami, association and many of the for the occasion.

dry Democrats will be ably rep- i Second Grade: Clifford Beatty, local Baptists of Clewiston.The I Special Family, Weekly & -
Harold Broadrick, Kiiu Kolstad,
resented fine, capable and
by a purpose of this meeting is Monthly RatesS.
Junior Raines, ,Dicky Schiffli, Car- Elephant's SpeedIn
interesting woman at state meet-
two-fold. One is to give the local
of its bulk the elephant
spite great
ings. line Berner, Mary Katherine Dyess, D. McCREARY, Proprietor
Baptists to hear
an opportunity of 10
keep speed
can up a
Betty Lou Ernrich, Lillian Gold.m,
the gospel preached by one whose miles an hour for Ions distances.
Ruby Ricks, Marilyn Shelfer.
Clewiston music lovers will have doctrine is in harmony with their

a splendid opportunity Sunday Third Grade:,, Ben Bolton, Alary own belief. We believe that the

morning of hearing a noted boys' Ruth Johnson, Janice Norton, Pa- local Baptists of this city have a

choir, when a capella choir of 36 tricia Bailey, Grace Ward, June right to hear a preacher of their I

boys voices' will come out from Espenlaub, Mary Louise Thomas, own faith at least occasionally. 1IM1'I !!

West. Palm Beach to sing at the Charles Benbow, Gilbert McLeod, According to the religious census I t

9:30 services at the local Catholic Louise Prewitt, Jo Am: Crouch, taken jn Clewiston about one- I

Church. The services will be a Nancy Wright, Mary Ellen; Smith. third of the white population of

special Mothers' Day service and Fourth Grade: Nora Oglesby, city are Baptists in their belief, tnlR

St. Mary's Church of Pahokee wil1 Mayme Johnson, James Cooley, two-thirds of these do not go to

join members and friends of St. Joan Walker, Jean Augur, Wanda any local church. "WI( \

Margaret's.The Jean Shelfer. But the above statement doesn't

\ Fifth Grade: Christine Redish, mean that this meeting istor- ( :

Clewiston choir is said to Sue Von Mach, Sheila ,Foster ,jSdith local Baptists only. By no means.

have recorded a stellar performance McDaniels, Nick Schiffli. To the contrary, we earnestly so- -
at West Palm Beach Sunday Sixth Grade: Billie Perry, Philip licit the presence and cooperation
I fine things
of the in
evening. Many who have heard McLeod, Marianne Jones, Mauryne of all peoples of all denomina- -CoCo One really

the choir on; numerous occasions!!! Prewitt, Evelyn Corbett.Elemenbll' tions to come to our meeting and _-- life is living in a home of your own.

say that this was their ,best. The" cooperate with us in our work. I' chooseY
We are ready to help you
auditorium and location of the We are exceedingly anxious that uMYtYiEtST.

choir loft was such as to give the )'Closing School Assembly PromotionsAt people of no faith know the doc- ,cNJ.NL0dh:: "$, and finance home that you canMpNSNtx

best possible sound effects. We trine and spirit of the Baptist ': for while living in i it. .. Let us I
Closing' assembly for the ele- pay
are sorry not to have heard thr I church, and many of other denom-
service. uentary grades was held at the inations are coming to our ser- pRECS show you how you can attain debt-

school auditorium this morning. vices. For their and REuoLlo small
presence cooperation free home ownership through
the Principal B. E. Herring was in H,
The removal of office and charge, and after special musical I we are grateful. monthly payments, like rent
The real and
equipment buildings that primary purposeof
lumbers, Rev. Forest C. Taylor led i
rounded the new Clewiston Inr the devotional exercises. Rev. Taylor this meeting is to bring the lost
this week makes noticeable the of this city to Jesus and to extend I
also made a short and inspirng ;
fact that the the Kingdom of God. With Bap
building is practically
talk to the
elementary school : Cewiston Federal
complete. It was almost as though pupils, especially to the members tists the salvation of sinners is Savingsand
a first. Everything is subordinateto
monument had been unveiled
')f the sixth grade whose promo-
he service buildings had taken the saving of immortal souls. Loan Association
:ion enters them in high school
such prominent places on the ho- next Therefore we urge all people of
tel block that only by peeping all denominations who love Jesus

around them could one obtain r Promotion certificates were then and the souls of men to cooperatewith ..............................................-............:..:..:..:..:..:........................................................................................II
given out. II
good 'view of the hotel itself. Anr us in this revival effort J

now that they are gone the build The sixth grade members who launched by the Baptists. A spe- .. .'

ing is revealed in all its splendoand vill enter high school next year cial invitation is extended to all y yy

- we are not trying to spreadit Ire Eric Belcher, Junior Kerce, who can sing. We desire to ,thank yCLEWIS

on when' we say that. It ir Philip McLeod, John Robbins, Bil- those who have. cooperated withus

truly a splendid building, and one ie Perry Marianne Jones, Barbara in the meeting in any way. We !

that the town, and everyone who Broadfoot, Evelyn Corbett, Betty I especially thank Mr. Duff for rent- i TON GOLF

had any part in its constructioncan Jane Perez, Mauryne Prewitt, Inez ing us the lot by the city hall for

point to with justifiable pride .-I a ven. I our tabernacle.The I
i HiiJ.
following verses express the
The closing exercises of schooj; Yearly Honor Roll I supreme motive for Baptists: .;. COURSE ;

always occupy chief Interest dur- Second Grade: Lillian Golden, y y
I live for those who love me, y
Ing the last few days. Last week Mary' Katherine Dyess, Clifford I y
hose hearts are kind and true I y.
the May Day exercises were observed Beatty, Betty Lou Emrich, Car- ... '
For the Heavens that bend aboveme .:. ..,', :- I
and really the youngster Ine Berner. .t. ,:4;.. .. / 'J.,,.,..,, J.
\" -
_. I
: '
and their teachers did themselves Fourth Grade: Jean Augur, .. -
And await
my coming, too.
proud. The two most noteworthy 'Jora Oglesby Wanda Jean Shelfer. .y
For the cause that needs assistance I '
features were the beauty of the :'

Old English garden scene and the CLEWISTOX COMMUNITY I
'For the wrongs that need resistance -
exactness with which the boys and CHURCH NOTES'

girls performed ,the Maypole danceWe've For the future, in the distance Public I i I Ih
seen college girls make quite The Clewiston Commun ity And the good that I can do.I I i4.. Open to

a mess of the winding in and out hurch will have a special serviceext live to hail the season

around the Maypole, and we have : Sunday morning at eleven + .
seen high school girls whose Vclock in By gifted ones foretold :: :
per- recognition of "Mothers'Day. --- y
When shall -t---
men live by reason
formance did not approach that of : ." The members of the Junior y
And y
not alone for'gold..
these third graders.Baccalaureate .
:hoir will have a program of spe y
When every wrong is righted y.t.
vial music and the minister will And the whole world shall be .. 't'f
Deliver a sermon appropriate for y
sermon will be lightedAs
at 8 o'clock Sunday evening in the he occasion. The public is very Eden was of old." _
auditorium. There :ordially -invited to attend thh 'Y.
will be no oth- Sincerely, .. .
er church service at eleven o'clock Sunda ...
services in Clewiston ;
at W. L. Head '
Moderate Green Fees *
that hour in order that all may norning. Pastor Brandon Baptist Chur'chBrandon .t.:;: .

have Commencement an opportunity exercises of attending.Mon- On account of the high school Fla. Exceptional Fairways _

baccalaureate service there will be
day evening will bring the school Greens ::
10 evening service in the Clewis- :;: interesting
year to a close and will write lon Community church Georgia SlavesIn *

"finis" on the high school careerof evening. All other' Sunday response to petitions, the act ..!. t
ten graduates. To them meetings of 1735 prohibiting importation

hearty' congratulations.. .' -t hroughout'usual.. the- week will_. be heldas by use; the of slaves,trustees was pf repealed Georgia? i colony.in 1749 I II .'...!......,........,....N.....NN.. ..N;.,.N............;.............M.NN.. ; .C".........;..;............:..N........,7.........................IIJ

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[r Personals J Jc. J I OF HENDRY COUNTY t tI I

E. Minor made a business
f Hendry County Cle'ton La'le La'le De'au Felda T'tl ,
trip to LaBelle Wednesday.
tikJ I Precincts: 1 2 3 4 5 .

Judge H. E. Rider of LaBelle -
I United States Senator: ,
wase a Clewiston visitor
Thurs- T C. Merchant.:................... 2 3 0 \ 4 1 10
day. :
Finley Moore ........................ 7 4 11 .2 1 25 '
Claude Pepper ...................... 238 175 230 33 121 797
"Uncle Joe" Peeples, of Citrus David Sholtz ........................... 19!) 19 60 22 6 12 6
: Center, was transacting business % I J. Mark Wilcox ...................... 160 58 89' 62 54 423
here yesterday.
5 S
Justice Supreme Court I

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Maloy of ;, Group No. 1 '

Moore Haven were. Clewiston visitors : ; r; er Rivers Buford ...................... 209 '107 167 31 79 593 '-
on Monday.Mrs. I D. Stewart Gillis .................. 120 63 107 1 37 42 269 1

F. E. Chalker of Tampais : >r + Justice Supreme Court: \

visiting her daughter, Mrs. C. D. 4 Group No. 2 S ;

Beatty and family for two. weeks. Truman G. Futch ................ 58 33 53 15 16 175
X 7 -; Elywn Thomas ...................... 127 56 94 19 39 335
Miss Lois I r J. Tom Watson ............ ..... 140 I 95 117 21 69 44T"'
of Fort .7.
Myers: spent the week-end visiting 44 !
friends in Clewiston. s- I Justice Supreme Court:
Unev. Term, Fred H. Davis .
g I .
n.1 Roy H. Chapman ................ 225 117 161 44 74 621
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle
Mrs. T. John Melvin Hearn ............ 83 41 75 15 40 254
Shelley and Mrs. Fred ,Curry spent
Tuesday ,in West Palm Beach. I '
R. R. Commissioner: :
Group No. 1 *

;.!\ Mrs. Fred ,A. Flanders of Moore j j Bruce Davis .......................... 81 56 56 23 30 246
Haven was a, business visitors here < W. E. (Buck) Hancock ........ 75 33 59 15 30 212
Wednesday.Jay : -V.oI d Eugene S. Matthews .............. 166 87 141 36 58 488

W. Moran and Herman H. R. Commissioner: ,
Scharnbepg have returned from a j Group No. 2

trip to Cuba and Porto Rico. I Jerry W, Carter .................. 242 179 269 67 124 881 I

I '''- -"'....... Walter Kehoe ...................... 47 11 13 6 2 79 '

Mrs. B. C. Flaniken, Betty Carol Wilbur C. King ... .........__... 51 21 35 11. 21 139
Flaniken and Mrs. J. W. Moore are J ._.

spending today in Arcadia.Mr. OFFICERS ELECTED AT MRS. F. C. TAYLOR IS State Attorney, 12th Judicial .

: and Mrs. B. P. Luce madea Roy D. Stubbs ...................... 199 82 184 73 79 617 j

trip to Naples and Fort Myerson The Junior Christian Endeavor The April number of "The Clyde H. Wilson ................ .68 60 80 15, 47 270

Sunday.: Society at its regular meeting Florida Naturalist" gives a list of I Henry L. Williford ............,.. 112 90 104 30 34 370

Wednesday afternoon elected ,Billy all the members of the Florida
Cecil Heavrin of West Palm Perry president. Audubon Society as of March 1,' State Senator: .

Beach was a business visitor here Other officers are Sally Graham, 1938. The only ,member in Hendry Melvin E. Russell .............. 98 37 63 31 39 268
Wednesday. I i vice president, Betty McDuffie, County 'Js Mrs. Forest C. Taylor David Elmer Ward ............ 308 219 226 97 139 989 j

secretary, and Gene Mills, treas- who has been appointed chairmanof
Wilbur Goff and Etherton urer. a membership committee for the County Attorney:
Glen, county. It is hoped that all who Louis O. Gravely _............... 187' 47 127 30 56 447 '. '
motored to West Palm Beach
yes are interested in the nation-wide H. A. Rider ..... ...................... 223 208 264 94 129 918
terday. MRS. CRU/E WINS HIGH '
program of the Audubon Societywill
SCORE AT BRIDGE CLUB consider membership in this State Democratic Executive ,
Miss Dorothy Lockhart of Fort Committee Woman:
most organization.
Myers and her guest, Eddie Freeman Mrs. Roy Alston was hostess to I.I Annie Darcy :......................... 63 79 147 51 69 409
of Nova Scotia, were guests I the Evening Bridge Club 'Wednesday -: MISS SCHUTZ HOSTESS TO I Helen D. Knight ................ 312 143 171 37 65. 728
of friends in Clewiston Sunday. .1 evening at her home. A lovely I PARTY FOR, THE DEBATERS ,;
Commissioner: .
County ,
l pair of book-ends was award-
Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroederhad ed' to Mrs. Mae Cruze for high Those taking part in the annual District No. 2 \ .
I, Luther P. Austin ................ 42". ," .. 42
as their guests on Sunday, score prize, and a tea apron to debate at the Clewiston High ,
Mrs.. J. Olien Davidson .................. 71 ,'x.. < ,:,-,":"./i--I, : : 71
Emily Schroeder and C. E. Mrs. R. C. Nowling for low prize.A School recently were given a de- <
Instructor Herbert O'Bannon .................. 90 : .' \ .. 90
Schroeder, jr. of Stuart. novel kitchen memorandum pad lightful party by their English < ,
G. M. Watson _....................... 60 4- :,' 60 1
I went to Mrs. R. C. Wilson as cut Miss Evelyn Schutz, on

Rev. and Mrs. Forest C. Taylor prize.A Friday evening. County Commissioner: '
spent Sunday night and Monday delicious fudge cake and iced Guests included Misses Doro- District No. 3 "

T visiting friends in West Palm drink was served by-' Mrs. Alston to thy Hare, Betty Hooks, Florence Ray C. Hull ......................... 103 103
Beach. Mrs. Cruze, Mrs.. Nowling, Mrs. Graham and Roberta Spicer, M. E. Mark Poole ........:......_.......... 120 '120 '

Wilson, Mis. Blanche Turner, Mrs 11orrison.francis Wright, Owen Blitz Wegman' ........................ 178 178
Mrs. W. C. Nail of Moore Haven B. J. Schroeder, Mrs. T. B. Skelley W/inn/ Thomas Waldron and LeRoy -I "
and Hare. I I County Commissioner:
Mis. Harry Turner. ,
and her guest, Mrs. R. P. Wainwright -
District No. 4 r I

of Tampa, were' visitors CHOIR APPEARS AT CHURCH Alto Hires ............................ 63 63 '
here yesterday. MRS. SIMPSON HOSTESS: TO \"
; IX"ES'l' PALM BEACH SUNDAYThe Frank McClenithan .,............ 72 72
BRIDGE GROUP WEDNESDAYMrs. Choir! I >.. ....... -
Mrs. H. C. Avant, Mrs. A. P. Clewiston Community i County Commissioner: ,
W. F. Simpson entertained what has been considered one S '
Wynn; Mrs. H. A. Land and chil- gave District No. 5

dren spent Wednesday in West members of the Wednesday' after- of its best appearances when it Fred L. Dunaway..............., ..';" 73 73 .

Palm Beach. noon bridge club at her home sang a group of special numbersat E. B. Hull .............................. : "*.," '. ', ', .. 120 120
this week. Tallies were cleverly 'the Memorial Presbyterian -- 4. -

Mr. and -Mrs;-George Prevatt, fashioned of handkerchiefs which Church in West Palm Beach Sun- School Board Member: '
Mr., and Mrs., Harvey Guthrie and became favors for the guests. ,day evening. District No. 2 -
daughter, Heather, left Sunday fora Instead of awarding the custom- Several chortl' numbers and a Dillon Hall ....._....._................ 85 111 196
visit with Mr. Prevatt's brotherin ,' ary prizes, Mrs. Simpson presented duet by P. N. Smith- and F. M. Roy Messer .......................... 51 78 129
Brooklyn, N. Y. the club with two decks of the Wright comprised the program. E. L. Stallings ....................:. 68 85 153
I' new five-suit cards. Making the trip to West Palm' A. L. Taylor ...................:.... 56 123 179

Mrs. Mary W. Matthews of Jack- Sherbet and cake were served Beach were Mr. and Mrs. J. E. School Board Member -,
.' sonville, district nursing supervisor by the hostess to Mrs. 'D. G. Alston, Beardsley, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. District No. 1
Mrs. Keathley Bowden, Mrs. J.V'. Wright, Rev.. and Mrs. F. C. Tay-
of the state board of healthwas .
Mrs. Margaret Reeves! .......... + 22 65 87
in Clewiston on business the Ezelle, Mrs. ''H. R. Hall, Mrs. W. lor, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. Homer Taylor .. 106 120' 226
first of the week. H. Lanier, Mrs. Leslie, Miller, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Robbins, Mr. '0"' ''''''' I I

Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. T. B. and Mrs. J. H. Doty-, Mrs. Joe Robbins Clewiston '

F. M. Wright and J. E. Beards- Shelley, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. Representative: ,
ley were business visitors in West M. E. Yenawine, and Mrs Olin, I Blanche Turner, Miss Mary Mar- Elbert L. Stewart, unopposed '
Palm Beach Wednesday. They Carleton. kette. Mrs. W. C. Owen and Miss

were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.J. Dorothy Craig. County Commissioner: '
Dave Alston, unopposed ..
M. Couse of Moore Haven. MRS. T. B. SHELLEY HONOREEAT --
Mr. 'and Mrs. R. B. Bunyard, I Charles E. Miner, unopposed
Mrs. Alva Cogville and Jack Har- surprise birthday party, given Dick Owen entertained at the
din of West Palm Beach visited by Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, honored home of his parents Wednesday
Mrs. Viola Stone here Sunday. Mrs. T. B. Shelley on ,the occasionof evening with a hobo party and
Mrs. T. F. Williams returned with her birthday Tuesday evening taffy pull. Guests were invited'to
them after visiting her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Shelley were guestsof dress in their old clothes.

... Mrs. Stone, for some time. the Schroeders at dinner and After the taffy pull, which was oAppreciation
later returned to the Shelley resi- more or less successful, the guests
JUNIOR CK GROUP ENJOYS dence to find the guests waiting.The .
were invited to the garage where
AVEINER BOAST WEDNESDAYA evening was spent in danc- j a large space was cleared for dancing To The People of Hendry County:

ing. Punch and a lovely birth- to music of the victrola. Games
weiner roast was. given on the day cake were served' and Mrs. and dancing occupied the rest of "With malice towards none, with char

levee Wednesday evening by mem- Shelley was the recipient of many I' the ''evening and delightful refreshments ity for all, with 'firmness in the right, as
bers of the Junior Christian En- beautiful gifts.Attending were served at a late
deavor Society, accompanied by were Mr. and Mrs. hour. God gives us to see the rightand with

their sponsors, Mrs. F. M. Wright Schroeder, Mr. and Mis. Shelley, I Attending were June Hooker, abiding gratitude for help and what
,and Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Turner, Mr. Runelle McGehee, Barbara Smith, your
Attending were Gloria and 'Bet and Mrs. R. J. Lee, Mr. and !Mrs. Leah Richurd, Margaret Von you have done for me,

ty McDuffie, Barbara Broadfoot, Fred Curry, Dr. and Mis. J. W. Mach, Martha Nell Alston, Edith
Marianne Jones, Grace Ward, Es- Ezelle, Mr. and Mrs. Foy Dur- Nell Cornette, Julia Oglesby, Flor- \ I thank you.
ther Brewer, Jean Augur, Anne rance. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston, ence Graham and Roberta Spicer, ,
Pafford, Gene Mills, Sherwood Hall, Mrs. Mae Cruze, Miss Marge Hood; ', Dick Patterson, J. D. Hooker, H. A. RIDER,
Nancy Wright, Sally Graham, Mary Miss Jewel Russell, Bill Palmer, Morris Ford, Bill Owen, Nick
Nell Christian. Mamie Trice>' Doris Kenneth Harris, Parker Wilson, Schiffli, Francis, Wright) HerveyIJourn.9 Nominee for County Attorney.:
Simmon, .Anci'' Arn*tt? mn Oleo Campbell Null," E!: R, Kelly- and Put McGehee and Ed 'Von
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CHAPTER' VII-Continued self, Nora." (As if she ever had! ) for a boy of his age. to have too she misses Miss Nora. Your father .. R1'tII! yw
-10- "Remember my London bank- much." likes her cooking but he doesn't tell I
And now the nostalgia of the ers if you need money." (As if she Corinne smiled pleasantly; nod- her so. Why should he? But Miss
afternoon was back again. Strange, wouldn't!) "Be careful about ded good-by; and said to herself as Nora was always running into the U ts
Nora pondered, that Don, sleeping so the drinking water in those filthy the front door closed: "Well, I kitchen. She'd say: 'Oh, Sally, that,
peacefully beside her-Don, who un- places." (To Dad all Europe was didn't promise, and it won't do a cream pie was simply wonderful!' WNU Service.
derstood people. so well, so quickly, unsanitary) "Be sure to cableas bit of harm to slip in something. A or, 'Don't you ever dare get' mar t:
shouldn't have known by instinct soon as the boat docks." boy likes to make a good impres- ried and leave us, Sally. I could .

that to go so far away while the It all came back; and suddenly sion on his schoolmates; and con- die happy eating your potato puff, .
black cloud of her father's anger lay Nora was conscious of a great lone- sidering our position in society Jun- -You know her way, Mr. Ned-not
between them, would hurt his wife. liness. Her carefree girlhood ior's allowance isn't what it shouldbe. dignified maybe, but my girls loved rr r
Yet she was glad, too; that he seemed left far, far behind. Ahead That's Father Lambert's do- her and it kept them happy. My I
hadn't:guessed, thought Nora, with lay motherhood-mystery-that ul- ings. He's forever harping on the housemaid cries now when she
. 1 all the inconsistency of woman. Why timate struggle which she must face notion that too much spending mon- dusts the piano. She always left

mar his happiness in the adven- alone. The thought frightened her, ey spoils a boy; yet when it cameto the door ajar when Miss Nora was
ture? If she could keep a stiff upper as one is sometimes frightened ata Nora nothing was too much for playing, and many's the time Miss
lip till they were once away stark glimpse of the inevitable.She her to" throw away. I'll write the Nora asked her in to listen. AGENTSAGENTS
"Nora-are-are you awake, turned, seeking the reassuranceof letter now, before Ned gets back." "You can see for yourself that
dear?" Don's presence; but he had discovered Ned Lambert reached his father's it's not the same place without your Costs 9c each SELL in 39 dozen TONIC.lots.Priced Aids Liver Sl.OO

Don's voice was cautious, as LI a friend among the pas- house and, inserting a latch hey, sister; and Mr. Lambert feels it. Kidneys.CO.Sample. BOX M4.39c. Jacksonville.KUKETA MEDICINE Fla.-
he feared to rouse her, and Nora sengers: a little woman who, Nora opened the door quietly, dropped his That's why he sits there in her

turned. thought, looked like a missionary.And hat onto a chair and went toward room so much. It makes her seem
"I thought" you were asleep your- then, almost weirdly in that the living room. Nobody here! Perhaps nearer. I know, as well as if he'd REAL ESTATE

self, Don. last confusing momentbreakingthrough his father was in the library. told me, which he'd dip rather than 2 large improved Ocean Front Corner Lots.
"I wasn't! I've been lying here shouts of "All ashore" and do, or my name's not Martha Ber- Fernandina Fla. finest beach; adjoin
nice home. Price SI.100, on terms or will
thinking-trying to see the thing we shrieking sirens, the certainty that ry. He's stubborn, your father, ifyou'll trade part or all for lumber etc. W. E.
ought to do. I know what's trou- Not BUCK. Owner Box 6. ,Jacksonville, Fla.
though she could not see him her excuse my saying so.
bling you, dearest. I knew this that he isn't the
father was somewhere amid that finest man that ever
afternoon, only I wanted time to throng-too proud to speak, yet lov- lived, as I've reason to know if PHOTOGRAPHY
think a little" before I spoke. It's ing her too greatly to stay away, ever anybody had.
your father, isn't it? You hate to fell on the girl's bruised heart like "You were a boy at the time,but in *PHOTO FINISHING:
leave him?" balm. my mother's long illness he paid all E-I TWOFREE- Eight genuine Ra-
"Oh, Don!" breathed Nora, turn- her bills. If she dex Hi-Gloss prints
had been
,The gangplank was up" now-the his own and two beautiful
Ing her face into the shadows. She boat moving. Nora pressed closerto mother he couldn't have done more; ENLARGEMENTS 57 enlargementswith
must not cry. He mustn't know how I and he each roll for
the rail-raised her arm high- my nieces to business I
25t coin. Send your next roll and receive
much she wanted to. waved a white wisp of handkerchiefand college, too. But for all that he can our free"fully colored enlargement"offers.
He said, gently: "I understand, shouted with hundred others t be stubborn when he notion II
a : cl.k2't gets a I STAR PHOTO STUDIOS,La Crosse,Wis.
dear. It's only because he is ..still\ "Good-by Good-by ." into his head;' and there've been
angry. You're afraid something "Who was it, dear?" The voice I times during'the last 30 years when
might happen to him-that he might was Don's. His hand closed over if I hadn't known my place, Mr.

need you when you couldn't come.Isn't her possessively. Such a strong Ned, I would have thrown thingsat New Beauty for the Home
that it? If you were friends the hand!' "Who was it, Nora? I saW' him."
parting would be so different. It's Self-polishing wax for the house-
you waving. Find someone you Martha, spoke so seriously, and hold is practicalprotectiveandpopular
the terrible misunderstanding that knew in all that jam?" looked so Like the ideal servant she
makes it hard. I was a, dumbbellnot Its already wide use is
His wife looked up. Her eyes really was, that it was impossiblefor
to see it sooner, Nora. Whydidn't increasing yearly, throughout the
but with of Ned Lambert to
were a deep sense suppress en-
homes of the And it is
you tell me? thankfulness Don saw that they tirely a' laugh at the idea of her
"How could I?" the efficient, up-to-date home-
were happy eyes. throwing teacups at his father. And
Don managed a little laugh which "I_I was just-waving," said being herself not utterly devoid of maker who regularly applies-this
to the floors of
amazing product
broke the tension.
Nora simply. humor, the woman surmised his
her home. The unusual featureof
"You couldn't-you being yourselfand
t) thought and smiled, a respectful lit-
I being I! But you should CHAPTER VIII tle smile as she continued: a good self-polishing wax is
have, Nora. As I see it, marriageis "Maybe I don'tknow the maximum beauty it affords,
you're thinking
with the minimum labor-both in
a sort of compromise. We can't, On the of the after all.
evening day when my place, Maybeyou
and It's ina
application upkeep.
either of us, expect to have our own on
Don and' Leonora sailed for Italy, think I'm an old meddler; but
jiffy-dries thoroughly in 20
But until this
way eternally. after- Ned Lambert looked up from a lei- you were a little boy when I came
minutes-and results in
resplendent -
I didn't for
noon imagine one min-
surely perusal of the evening paper, here, Mr. Ned, and it was I openedthe
floors that gleam like satin,
that weren't
ute you crazy for an and exclaimed: "Of all things! Mr. "The house is so still without door for your poor father the look like new and "dress up" the
Italian winter. You're better
a actress -
and Mrs. Donald Mason on the passenger Miss Nora." day he came home carrying Miss
entire house. A quality self-pol-
than I dear
thought, my ; and list of the Larino! They Nora, and she looking like nobody at
in the future I'll have to watch ishing wax is urged, however, for
my sailed today. Do you suppose Dad Ned moved down the hall. A fire all-poor lamb-in! her outgrowncoat. it is more resistant to dust and ",
But it's too late
step never knew it?" blazed cheerily on the hearth in Never will I forget her thin dirt its richer content lasts -.
longer -
know. That'sone
change of our the plans, you life's thrill- Corinne, painstakingly wading this smaller room, but the daven- little wrists coming out o' those and shows up to more glowing
reasons so through; the most talked of novel of port with its gorgeous Bokhara cov- coat sleeves; and her big, sad eyes, advantage the natural color and
,And I've been about \
the ing. West. There thinking the month and bored to death by it, ering on which James sometimes and the trustful way she looked up pattern of the wood. Yes, a good
are places- laid down the book with a sense of threw himself for an after-dinner. at Mr. Lambert when he set her self-polishing wax is truly a, do-

Nora sat up suddenly, drawinghis momentary release. nap, was now unoccupied.Dad 1 down. mestic gem that is inexpensivetime -
head: down against her breast. "He must know. I dare say he's must be away, thought Ned. I "You see, you're my family, all and trouble-saving-and def-

"If you think that I'll let. you paying for the trip. How.else could It was stupid not to have called up of you, Mr. Ned; and I can't bear initely beautifying!
change they manage it? Your father may before walking over; but his father I I that your father's stubbornness
She was crying now. SomehowDon pretend he doesn't help them, Ned; hadn't mentioned an engagement, should break his own heart and Miss
raised his head and got his but can you see him denying Nora and he seldom went out evenings Nora's too.

arms about her. He said, with anything she may have set her these days. Perhaps one of the "He should remember that this is
more unselfishness than truth: "ButI "heart on? Of course he knows. maids would know. Ah! here was the United States, not one of those

won't mind changing-not a little "I'm not so sure." Ned arose, Martha. Good old Martha, ever on foreign countries he hates to travelin
bit! There's a lot to interest us in walked uneasily across the room the alert for burglars! She'd heard where folks pick out husbandsfor POLISH THEMSELVES

the Southwest, and you've never and back again, pausing beside her his prowling and .. their daughters and hands 'em
been there. If those tears will help chair. "I'm not so sure," he re "Oh, it's you, Mr. Ned! I thoughtit over like they was bags of meal.
you, Nora, why keep right on, but peated. "Dad never speaks of Nora; might be someone who didn't And it's a good boy she's married.He ...withO-CedarSelf PolishingWax.No .
they're almost killing As I his seat in ,the rubbing-sImply spread it on
me was and once, when I ventured to ask a belong here. gave me subwayone
saying-" question about Don, he shut me up Ned smiled. 0' my days off when I was going and let it dry-then watch your
,Then Nora laughed. It out to niece Clara's to have floors sparkle! Non-slippery,long
was an ITa way he hasn't done since I "You're a good watchman, Mar- my
hysterical laugh, perhaps, but it was twelve years old! That's tha. Is Father out?" supper. It takes a gentleman to wearing-eliminates scrubbing-
cleared the atmosphere."You straight, Corinne. I don't know that "He's upstairs, Mr. Ned." give up his seat to a woman he's : dusting alone keeps floors clean.
can keep on saying thingsall he ever hears from her; but if he "Upstairs! Isn't he feeling well?" seen wearing her cap and apron- I Full qt.,only 85(t.f.I

night," she told him, "but we're happens to see this passenger list "He had John light the fire in an old woman too, and not good

sailing tomorrow. Once we really and discovers that she's left the Miss Nora's room. He's taken to looking!
get away I shall feel better. Have country, it may upset him. Want to sitting there quite often." "Now go up to your father, Mr. ,
you forgotten those articles you're go 'round and see how the land "He has?" Ned; and if you can make him see I
going to write for that London editor lies?" Ned's eyes looked puzzled, and that it's only a mule that'll bite off II

? Have you forgotten you've a Corinne glanced at the nqvel. with a cautious glance toward the its nose to spite its face, it'll save j4k :

family to support" ? Of course we're "I really can't, Ned. This bookis wide stairway, Martha closed the him a heartache." 1'1I
going to Capri! With every. word to be reviewed at the club tomor- door. Corinne once said that Mar- She opened the door, then as Ned
she was 'getting back her courage. remained silent, added stiffly, remembering .
row, and unless I'm willing to appear tha, Berry was as much a part of
"And besides, I wrote Dad we were "her place": "I beg
a-a moron, I've got to finishit. James Lambert's fine old house as
sailing.. I thought perhaps he'd And it's the dullest thing I ever the front door was. She had lived pardon if I've offended, Mr. Ned:" I
come to the boat, Don. Don't-don't' It was then that Ned Lambert
tackled. Long, solid pages withouta there for half of her more than fifty
you think" he might come"to the word of conversation. Run along years, keeping his house beautifully gave way to one ofthe impulses his krna !

boat? by yourself. I'll try to get throughit a faithful servant of the old or- wife deplored ("Oh, Ned! she's onlya
"He might, Don echoed; and to before bedtime." der, and a friend to all who bore servant! ) an impulse that
himself: "How can he stay away? would have made Nora cheer. Per-
Ned laughed. Though he kept it the name of Lambert. She said, I got name
How he hurt her my
can so? How can haps he was remembering the times
well throttled, he was not without a reading the question in Ned's eyes:
he? Yet somehow, he knew in- mild sense ot humor, and his wife'sstruggle "It's this way, Mr. Ned: The when in some childhood illness in the paper!
stinctively that Nora's father was Martha had sat by his bed throughthe ,.
to do the proper thing house is so-so still, you see, with-
not yet ready to forgive. sometimes amused him. out Miss Nora. It's like a tomb. long, dark hours of night, "keep- 0

They sailed next afternoon, a "I'd rather be considered almost Even my cook notices the differ- ing him company." Or that it was' Only Newspapers bring the
bright, clear, sparkling 'day that anything than to read a book which ence." (To Martha Berry James Martha he went to for comfort on
cheered Nora immeasurably, despite bored me t,> that extent," he told Lambert's servants were her own.) that terrible day when, a heart- news of vital interest to you

James Lambert's absence her trankly. "Sure you won't go? "She would have given warning broken lad of nine, he learned that ,Headline may scream of doath and
from the scene. Standing beside .1[ sha'n't stay long; and we both weeks ago if I hadn't scolded her. his mother was never coming home. disaster 'without causing you to"raise
the rail, her eyes searching the need exercise. Mustn't get tubbyas I said: 'Don't be a fool, Sally.There's Whatever it was, Ned crossed the an eyebrow. But if your son gets his
thronged pier hungrily, hoping until we get old, Corinne." no one else can make a space between them and put his name in the paper -that's real news!

the final whistle, 'sounded that "Tubby!" Corinne, who was proudof bjack) bean soup that sets well on arm around those faithful shouldersin It isn't by accident that this paper .
she would catch a glimpse of his her expensively corsetted figure, Mr. LamberV-s -stomach, and he's bdyish hug. 4 pw its to many stories which vitallyinteresFyou
familiar face the girl's mind (TO BE CONTINUED 3n c} yC ur rieit bers. Newsof
went bristled with indignation. "You'd very fond of it, so she stayed on. -
is stated and
remote places briefly
back to her last sailing. She saw better compare me with other wom- But she says the stillness makes interpreted Local news is covered fully,
again the crowd of youthful friends en of my age, not with those slinky her nervous, Mr. Ned, and I think Europe's Highest Peak because all good editors know that the
waving farewell-Ned, moved by stenographers In your office. But I she's right. Just what is Europe's highest news which interests the readers mostis I
one of his rare impulses (those impulses can't go anyhow, even if I do need "The coffee wasn't clear this morn- peak has never been settled. It's news about themselves.

which made him almost lov- exercise. I must write to Junior.He ing. Your father likes oldfashionedcoffee either Mt. Blanc in the Alps or Mt. Now is a good time to learn more
able) arriving breathless with a box may be homesick these first made with an egg. There'snone Elbruz, in the Russia'n Caucasus about this newspaper which is made
of roses-kissing her like a real days at school." I better, but it has to be made range along the continental' border especially for you. Just for fun ask
brother ; And her fatherdearDad "That's right," said Ned. "Give with care or the grounds won't set- between Europe and As Ia. Mt. El yourself this question: How could'we i
trying so hard to put a cheer- the kid my love, dear; but please I tle. Sally's as good a cook as I bruz is the taller of the) two peaks, get along without newspapers? ';
ful face upon this parting she knew don't send him any money. His al- ever had. She knows your father's but surveyors can't decide whetherit's KNOW YOUR NEWSPAPER'X ;

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of a home. busy in his study. "Have you seen
"Clear out,",;/ this?" said his wife, entering.
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Horse: Nick Schiffli, SherwoodHall. .I bigger than either of the other r for the purpose of transacting such Mrs. Josephine Wright; Mrs. Hazel' '' I
Splendid Crowds- other business as may properly come Prewitt. )
two, said Mr. Williams. Com- before said meeting. CLERK: Mrs. Edith Rackstraw. I

Singers: W. D. Raines, jr., Har- munism is control of the state by DATED this 2nd day of May 1938. DEPUTY: T. E. Markette.
BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF And that said election be held In
(Continued from front page) old Beatty, Jackie Redish, Elvin : the people, Whereas Facism ,and SUPERVISORS OF SUGARLANDDRAINAGE the usual voting place in said precinct I
The Mills Whitfort : Nazism control of the peopleby DISTRICT.By and as provided In the gen-
boys and girls are wanted. Young, Bub !?, Lang are F. DEANE DUFF.Its eral election law of the State of

subject will be "A Man With aI3acltbone. Gladys: Jacksod, Gene Bledsoe, Ju- the state. Stalin's rugged Individualism President. Florida.BE .

.': In other words, a lian Smith, Billy Prewitt, Ogie has built a strong Rus- May 6. 13. That this IT resolution FURTHER be published RESOLVED in:

man with moral and religious, Arnette, Doris Simmons, Wilma sia. More than anything he desires the Clowiston News a ,newspaper of

stamina. Every man in Clewistonand Jean 'Tingle, Mamie Trice, Joan peace so that he can carryon NOTICE general Hendry County circulation., Florida published for four in

neighboring towns is wantedat Walker, Betty S t o ugh, Esther his program in Russia uninterrupted consecutive weeks. \

this service. So are women Cleo Scott, Sarah Spires, Ouida by the distractions of _Notice Is hereby given that a Spe- the Mrs.Board Homer of Taylor Public, Instruction a member of of
cial election will be held at the usual
and children.On Brewer, Mayme Johnson, Jean Au- voting place In Clewiston Florida Hendry County Florida moved the
war.Mr. resolution
Thursday night, May 12th, gur, David Belcher, James Cooley, Williams concluded with within Special School Tax District I adoption which motion of the was foregoing seconded by Mr.

there will be a sacred concert under gur, David Belcher, James Cooley, the description of ,Europe as await- I Number on the Seven 17th Hendry day of County.May A.FlorIda D.- Roy Messer, a member of the Boardof
Instruction of Hendry
the tent. Singers, local and Cleo Scott, Sarah Spires, Ouida ing ian explosion of some sort, 1938 for the purpcses of electing County Public Florida and having been ,
three trustees for said Special School
from neighboring' towns, will sing. Johnson. which will come in about five I Tax District to serve for two years duly put was unanimously carried.and
The Chairman of the Board
Don't fail to come. The Acrobats: Nora Oglesby, years. The cycle of nations, according and for the further purpose of deter- Superintendent were instructed and
the amount of to be
mining mlllage
Friday night May 13th, will be Rennie Lee Gramling. : to history, has been from assessed by said Special School Tax authorized to prepare the form also of
ballot for said election and were
young people's night. Special Jester; James Smith. democracy or republicanism i District for the next two years. directed by motion duly made, seconded -
Notice is further that thefollowing
children's service, but service also through dictatorship tb- revolution I have been given as and carried to cause a noticeof
gg3 ledsa said election in addition to the
for adults. Don't fail to attend Kiwanis- and then back to democracy again. election officials to foregoing resolution, to be publishedin
Ft. Pierce
''election Viz Mrs. Beryl Bowden Mrs.
these meetings all through next I America cannot; help but be interested Josephine Wright, :Mrs. Hazell Prew- the Clewlston News for four consecutive -
I weeks as required by law.
week, beginning Tuesday night in affairs of Europe, con- itt Inspectors and Mrs. Edith Rack- M. E. Von Mach, ChairmanS.
Williams because straw Clerk. A. Graves, Supt. and Secr'y.
10.May cluded Mr. ,
(Continued from front page) M. E. VON MACH Louis O._ Gravely Attorney.
in his program. through the network of world Chairman.

Day- Each of these dictators has his commerce every country is either LOUIS O. GRAVELY,

eye on other countries of similar directly or indirectly affected by Attorney.ATTEST S. A. GRAVES

character and language, seeking to economic conditions in every April 15, 22. 29; May 6, 13.Supt. J. W. COUSECounselor

(Continued from front page) broaden the sphere of influence of country.
Marianne Jones, Sheila Foster, his own country. Their "confer' Kiwanis wives and several oth- and Attorney at

Evelyn Corbett. ences," said Mr. Williams, are, U er guests were present at the meet- RESOLUTION; AND CALL FOR AN Hopkins Building
Bakers Parmelia Bourne Eric and Mr. Williams was sur- ELECTION ON; MAY 17, ,1038.
: seek agreeable decisions in regardto ing, Wednesdays and Saturdays

Belcher, Marilyn Davis, Richard the "broadening." Hitler and rounded by an admiring group of Resolution And Cnll For Election To

Hanna. Shepherds: Henry Chap- interested listeners at the con- Authorize An Issue of 0000.00 9:30 to 4:0,0AGENT
the Germans want CzechoSlovakia Monde fly Special Tax School District -

man, Martin Waldron, Barbara for its iron and water and clusion of his talk. No. 7 Hendry County, Flor

Broadfoot, Betty Jane Perez. Hungary for its wheat and Rumania The ida. Honorable Board of Public Instruction -

Blacksmiths: Roy Caxes, Gilbert i for its oil and for an out- EVERGLADES MINISTERIAL of Hendry County Florida
met in regular, session in their office -
Carmouche. Musicians: Billie Per let through the Black sea to the ASSOCIATION MEETS at the court house in LaBelle '

ry, Junior Kerce, Philip McLeod. markets of the world. Mussolini, Florida on April 2,< 1938. with Chair-! L. B. Mershon
man M. E. Von Mach presiding and
Farmer Boys: Charles Lyles, Bob- I more than anything else, wants The Everglades Ministerial Asso- members Mrs. Homer Taylor and. Mr.

, by Topper, Edward Ricks, Bobby for the Italians control of the ciation composed of the pastors of Roy Messer present. New York Life
The petition of the taxpayers of: I
Carmouche. Farmer Girls Sue I
: Mediterranean.Stalin churches aroundthe
the Protestant Special Tax School District No, 7

Von Mach, Christine Redish, .Bet the third of the dictators lake met at the Methodist Hendry County Florida was read as Insurance CompanyARCADIA

ty Jean McDuffie, Inez Haven. I I is in his personal character i Church in Pahokee last .Monday at : follows PETITION, to-wit to: the Honorable Board I FLORIDA
of Public Instruction of Hendry
11 o'clock, Rev. Fred L. Martin County.. Florida.
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,being the pastor host. Rev. E. We. the undersigned qualified free
I holder electors of Special School Tax s 1
Davis Conway, pastor of Moore
District number seven Hendry County NORGE REFRIGERATORS
Haven Methodist Church is presi- Florida, DO HEREBY PETITION
The Board of Public Instruction of
dent of the body and ReChas._ I Hendry, County; Florida to call a Furniture and, Homo V-urnlshing9

M. Brewer of the local Baptist Special 'Election in said Special School PHILCO RADIOS'
Tax District to determine if said
Church is secretary.The District shall issue and sell Fifty

devotional service was conducted Thousand Dollars in Bonds for the Household Furnishings
purpose of building furnishing and
by Rev. W. M. Sentell of repairing buildings etc.

the Baptist Church in Belle Glade. H. J. Oglesby; R. C. Nowling; Inc.
Mrs. HJ C. Avant; H. C. Avant;
Rev. W. L. Head who is holdinga J. E. Beardsley; Malcolm W. Blgg; BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA,
tent meeting in Clewiston, was \V. W. Perry; R. y. Patterson; W
C. Prewitt: E. E. Kelley; Elbert L.
introduced and led in prayer. The Stewart; ,G. H. Small; M. Crochet;

main topic of discussion was the Frances M. Small; A. O. Ward; L.
C. Rosenberg; Fred Henrickson; John J. S. CAMPBELL
need and advisability of tryingto Elmore; Peter Chagaris; B. E. Nail.

secure a social worker to look Sr.; Mrs. H. J. Oglesby; H.A.. Be*-
tor; W. C. Owen; F. D. Duff; R. G.
i afttr the needs of the floaters just I George; Keathley Bowden; T. J. Jeweler & WatchmakerAll

iI.I. before and after the harvesting Geiger; C. M. Christian; G. 1,. Can-
C S Q R trell; Harry H. Turner; Dorothy, D. Kinds of Jewelry Repairs
---- season. Turner; Joe Griffin; O. F. Schiffli
The next meeting will be heldin M. D.; G. H. George; Dan B. Allen;
r G. E. Etherton; W. A. Goff; M. J). Optical Repairs
i--f' the Methodist Church in Moore Bledsoe: E. M., Cornette; Mrs. DaveG.
i ." Haven on Monday, June 5.: Alston; J. G. Niblack; A. W AT CHRISTIAN'S BAKbER SHOP
r I I Slas; Mrs. A. W. Sias; A. W. Law-
I JI. rence;' Mrs. A AV. Lawrence: C. H.
I. i : .d Berner; Mrs. C. II. Beiner; Mrs. R.s .
I e! BRING NATION'S CRIPPLE C. Nowling: Dave Alston; Marion F.
i j'y/ J CHILDREN TO FLORIDAA : Leydig; Viola F. Owen; I. A. Mc-
1 Gehee; L. M. McGehee; :Mrs. Thos.
I .1"iil 1, B. Shelley; M. H. Crouch; Mrs. M
: national effort to bring all H. Crouch; Mrs. Keathley Bowden;
I I il ;' Edith L. 'Rackstraw; Dr. J. "V.I .
i i: cripple children in the nation to Ezelle; Mrs. G. B. Thomas: R. C -

ar' Florida, is advocated by Dr. ,FredH. I Wilson; Jewell Hocker; W. C. Hooker -
I ,
1 ; John J. Ketti; W. C. Kolstad. ,
Albee, noted bone surgeon of The Board of Public Instruction

".. BURNERS DO,24.t HOURS- Venice and New York. of Hendry County having duly con-
I i 4' WORK ''N 2 HOURS! sidered the petition and discusse
11 Dr. Albee points out that the the same, and being of the opinion
J No Florida is that it was to the best interest off,
continuous flame climate of especially the public free schools of HendryCounty

.: .:'4 No outside connections beneficial in the treatment of crippled Florida and of Special Tax

1 WORKS ANYWHERE children. He states that tuber- .School District No. 7 of Hendry
I County, Florida, being fully advised ChW '
1"" cular joint diseases are practically I I as to the needs of the public free
schools in said district, and particu-
unknown in Florida children and
j ; larly in the town of Clewiston. located -
cubes for refreshing drinks drawing on his many years of in said district and it appearingto ci home TcdayTHE

". and delicious frozen desserts. practice in Florida, he cites numerous the Board of Public Instructionof
Hendry County, Florida. that said
cases which have benefittedby petition was in proper form and sub-
The average operating' cost is stance, and that the same was sign- average American family that
residence in this state and
WHEN offering you a says ed by more than twenty-five percent I does not own their own home has
around $10 a year-less than that a comparison of the climatesin of the duly qualified electors resid-
Refrigerator-die ing within said Special Tax School actually paid enough rent to have
$::1."0 a month. Can affordto : the various sections o'f the coun-
.J 'set
you District and that said petition bought a home. Start being
need of farm homes thrifty
greatest -it try definitely show that Florida forth in general terms the amountof
do without ? Come in and with YOUR
bonds desired to be Issued and rent money today, and
gives us a lot of satisfaction the
to has advantages from
many ,
see Superfex, or let us give you the purpose thereof and that the let us help you choose and finance
knowthatit'saPROVEDarticlean health standpoint. proceeds derived from the sale of '
: such bonds a home that: will be OWN
a demonstration in kitchen. shall be used for the pur- yours.

., oil burning refrigerator made by your poses set forth RESOLUTION in said petition:, *A# next home you PAY FOR!

manufacturer engaged exclusively also Chair Caning ,Old WHEREAS A petition has been
Svperfex Refrigerators are
filed with the Board of Public In-
in the making of oil burning availableinthedistinctivedesign Caning of chair seats began three struction of Hendry County. Florida Clewiston Federal
.... ,
: .
? ? ? a"'o in E--IT-J;h cane signed by more than 25 percent of
household equipment for almost shown below' in several convenient -. .. ." ,. the duly qualified electors residing
within Special Tax School DistrictNo. I
and LoanAssociation
,half a century. We're proud, also, sizes and at new low prices. No.7. Hendry County, Florida and Savings
WHEREAS The said petition has
to offer a wide choice of sizes and I been carefully considered by the

LEGAL NOTICESNOTICE Board of Public Instruction of Hen-
styles, including the attractivenew I dry County. Florida, ,and it appears
I to the best interest of the public
six-foot model shown above. free schools of Hendry County. Florida -

k I and said Special School District
The farther you are from markets, UEs SuRnrlnnd Drainage District I that said petition br granted, and
Tuxes for the Your 1038 bonds be issued for the purposes
the more Superfex will; save for I' vlj therein requested now
you, because you can keep foods ? accordance with the provisions of That the Board of Public Instruction I
Chapter 18287. enacted at the 1937 of Hendry County Florida for and
longer, requiring fewer trips to pis ,t; Session of the Legislature of the in behalf of said Special Tax School
r State of Florida and approved by District ,No. 7 of Hendry County,
markets. Think, too, of the the Governor cf the State of Florida Florida, determine that It is to the
4, u on :May 20, 1937. the Board of best Interests of the public free
miles of tiresome steps it will Supervisors of garland Drainage schools of Hendry County, Florida
District, a drainage district organ- and of said Special Tax School District -
save by keeping foods in the ized and existing under the lawsof No.7. that said bonds be issuedIn
Florida and embracing lands the principal sum of Fifty Thousand SJEMNOLEACKSOHVILLE'
kitchen where they belong. And I within Hendry and Glades Counties.. ($50,000.00) dollars, which said )
J has caused to be prepared a budgetof bonds be dated July 1st A. D. 1938.
how it will delight the family, the debt service requirements and bear interest at the rate of G percentper ..
of the costs of maintaining and op- annum payable semi-annually on
making possible a greater variety erating all of the works and Im- the 1st day of July and the 1st day J
of provements of Sugarland Drainage of January of each and every year FLORIDA
mote appetizing foods, iceD District and of administering the and that said bonds be payable at
:;. affairs of the district generally dur- the Chase National Bank in the City GARNETT ANDREWS.Man.3tr
of New York, and be numbered from
ing the year beginning on the First
day of November. 1938 and, endingon 1 tc 50 inclusive each bond to be for ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT at th;. i
the 31st day of October 1939. one thousand (1000.00 dollars and modem, fireproof hotel in the heart of down J
Said budget among other ,things. that the bonds mature as follows town Jacksonville. Every room with tub and
shows the amount of Unit jNo. 1 to-wit: shower, loft water, ceiling fan, radio, slatted
, Debt Service Tax Unit No. $ Debt Two Thousand (2000.00 on July summer door.. Every Bed with innerspring
B. McCarthy Service Tax Unit No. 1 MaintenanceTax 1st of years, A. D. 1911 to 1965 In- mtttreif and reading lamp. Running ice
and Unit No. 2 Maintenance clusive.BE water on every floor.
'r!> per acre necessary' to belevied IT FURTHER RESOLVED:
upon the lands within said district That an election be and the same is AIR CONDITIONED.
for the year 1938. i hereby called fer the purpose of determining DINING AND MEETING COFFEE ROOMS SHOP
Okeechobee Florida The said budget is now on file whether or not the said
ani may be examined at the i off ice bonds shall be issued as requestedIn Raiei-Sms'e' with Private Bath
o' the Secretary of the said dis- said petition, and that said <'lec"tion 78 Rooms J2.00 80 Rooms $2.50
ti'ct at Clewiston. Florida. The be held within the said Special 40 Rooms 53.00 24 Rooms $3.50
Board of Supervisors of Suga\'land Tax School District on the 17th day 10 S.mpl. Room with P Drainage District will meet at 10 of May A. D. 1938 and that for the U"vm. lor doubt
,.' o'clock in the forenoon on the \24thd.iv purpose of holding said election the I occupancyO.I.
of May 1U38! at the 'offic'i of following inspectors and clerk bo ... / B POUND, H....'.
the Secretary of the district 'in Glew- appointed within the said Special I MO I It PAttEN 'V HOTEL DES oroGo.
I Iston. Florida for the purpose of Tax School District ,in Hendry County ......, T.... S..s,C."AGE .
herring objections and complaints Florida. o.. -
with respect to the said budget: and INSPECTORS: Mrs. Beryl 'Bowden;
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