The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00524
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 26, 1935
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
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00524
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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REPORTOF Reports of the Inspection bureau HAS PLANS FORGRADUATION Approximately 125 children took FT. MYERS NINE : ',
: for the-month of March, which were part In the annual Community Easter -
released this week by the depart-
I ment of agriculture in Tallahassee, Egg Hunt in the park Sunday :
HEALTH reveal that Hendry county users afternoon.The 118The :1:1teap

purchased 87,401' gallons of gasoline eggs were given by the Am-

during the 31 days of March. Dur- William erican Legion and the hunt was '
Mrs Mildred Frison, FERA nurse Cowart has won the distinction Clewiston-Engineers baseball
for Hendry county, spoke to the Ki- ing that period consumers in the of being chosen valedictorian sponsored by the Community Sunday :! continued their wins Sunday '.:
entire state of Florida purchased
wanis Club Wednesday evening describing School. The hunt for the gaily colored "
I 1 25,671,524 gallons. and Miss Lily Merle Wynn that afternon by defeating the Fort My- '::.

the work being done under j Kerosene records show a total of of salutatorian ,of the Class of '35, eggs has become an annual ers club 11 to 8 on the local dia '::
her supervision in the county.
2,617,524 gallons for the whole event in Clewiston and children of
it was announced this week by the mond.
The Kiwanis Club is particularly I;
I( state and 11,053 gallons, for Hendry of
the whole are welcomedto
underprivileged faculty the Clewiston High community '
interested_ in work for An eighth inning rally by the locals ."- ?
children, and Mrs. Frison described county. These amounts would be School. The v valedictorian was the participate. overcame a two run'' lead hl'ld' ':
a number of cases in the boosted 524,130 gallons of gasolineand member of the class who had main- by the visitors and cinched the game .'\

county which are in need of atten- 9,541 gallons of kerosene if am- tained the highest scholastic aver- I Who thinks too little talks too for Clewiston. In this inning, Hooks, ',,
ounts used by government agencieswere age for 7 semesters of high school I much. and Walker hit safely and were scor- :
tion.The included in the above totals. work, and the salutatorian the ':;
Kiwanians were particularly was ed when Baker, hitting for NaIl -i,4
proud of and interested in the return -; Coogler AdjustmentTax student with the second highest av Frank Rawls MentionedFor cracked one through first. Moore .:;;i
of little Christine Reddish, j erage. then hit and scored behind Baker :!

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Red- Bill Passes Plans of the class for the clos- U. S. SenatorTallahassee when Cruze poled a three-bagger, to .:'
dish, from the St. Petersburg Children ing festivities of the year are near- score an error. .J.

s hospital. Christine had suffered ing completion. The Senior class Walker went all the way for the ..::
left hand for i voted unanimously to Invite Dr., D. 25.Althoughmost :
from a closed Tallahassee, April 24.-The Coog April Clewiston Engineers, allowing nine
several years. At the hospital a renowned Jenkins Williams, minister of the of the corridor gossip at the hits, walking none, and striking out ,>
specialist performed the operation ler bill to establish delinquent tax Clewiston Community Church, to deliver twelve men. Williamson received. .:;
matters of legisla-
and subsequent care and adjustment boards was: passed by a the baccalaureate sermon in capitol concerns Ellis and Tippins formed the bat'a

treatment have resulted in restoring 77 to 9 vote without discussion, in the high school auditorium ,Sunday tion and the next gubernatorial teries for Fort Myers. :i

> the hand to normalcy. To those who the house today. The bill gives evening, May 19th. Dr. Nevin H. campaign, there is a strong under- A home run by Carlton in the .

knew Christine and her sweet disposition authority to adjust delinquent taxes Schaaf, of Coral Gables, was invitedto current of talk about possible vacancies first gave Fort Myers an early lead, :
in the face of this handi- make the commencement addressat in the United States Senate, to be tied by Clewiston in the sec .-;
cap, her miraculous experience is a "upon? a basis of discretion and rea- the graduation exercises which ond after Cruze hit safely and was ."
the highest office within the gift of
source of much pleasure.Announcement I son. will be held on May 24th. sacrificed to second by Williamson,
was made of a Under the bill's provisions county The Juniors will entertain the the people.A scoring on McLendon's hit. Three

Ladies Night program on May 8. commissions would sit'as adjustment Seniors at the traditional banquet on number of names are mentioned runs.by Fort Myers in the fifth when

A group' of musicians from Fort boards. Thursday evening, May 2nd, at the in this connection, prominent Pope hit and scored on Johnson's

Myers will present a splendid pro- Coogler described the bill as seek- Clewiston Inn.Florine which is that of Frank C. single. A home run by Clark scored
gram' at this ,meeting. ing to return to the tax rolls proper- I among Johnson ahead of him and put the
ties against which, it frequently occurs Moore and Bill Rails, now a resident of DeSoto visitors again in the lead. Bunched

Easter Sunday at the delinquent taxes amount to county and prominently identified hits by Clewiston in the sixth with

more than the value of the property. Cowart Rule May DayBill with the campaign of former Gov- Pape's home run netted the locals

Community Church ------- ernor Doyle E. Carlton. Approached five runs, and gave them a two run
SENATE VOTES AGAINST TAX lead. In the seventh, Fort Myers
by a Florida News Service correspondent -
CERTIFICATE FORECLOSURE Cowart and Florine Moore crossed the plate with four runs,

Easter was appropriately observed -- will be crowned king and queen of regarding the rumors, putting them out ahead ,by two runs.
in' services at the Community Tallahassee, Fla.-The Florida the May at the annual May Day celebration Mr. Ralls quickly explained his. po Then cafe the eighth inning with,
Senate this week passed, 31 to 5, sition.
at the Clewiston school, Clewiston going on a hitting spree
Church Sunday. Church attendantsat I a bill by Murphy of Zolfo Springs: Wednesday afternoon, May first. "I would consent to become a and putting the game on ice.

all services during the day were abolishing tax certificate foreclosurein I The king and queen were chosen by; candidate", Mr. Rails said, "onlyin SummaryRuns -

In such<<<; numbers as to fill the small I Florida. I popular vote yesterday at the school. the event Senator Duncan U. : Pope, Johnson, ((2)) Clark

auditorium to; capacity. Senator Murphy described the tax ; the queen will be attended by six Fletcher does not seek reelection.In (2) Ellis, Chinn, Baker, Moore (2)
under law as "the iniquitous law of 1929," maids, ,Margaret Gary, Mildred such case, I would support Sena- Cruze (3)) Williamson, McLendon,
morning the auspices -
the present system of foreclosures Ward, Evelyn Hare, Dorothy Hare, tor Fletcher over any'opponent.. I Pape, Hooks, Walker.
of the Adult Bible Class, the would give way to the tax deed sys- took a prominent part in the elec-
Louise Moore and Lily Merl Wynn. Home Runs:. Carlton, Clark, Pape.
Easter story was given in Song and tem which applied previous to the Others who will take part In the tion of Senator Park Trammell, Three base hits: Carlton- Moore,

Reading. Those taking part were legislative: session of six years ago. coronation. include. Billie Hooker and ,whom' I consider one of the ablest Cruze, Walker. -
Mrs. Fred Neblker, soprano, Miss In a: debate which was held before Bernice Guthrie; heralds; Charles I men in. the United States Senate. Two base hits: McLendon.

Marion Leydig, contralto, R. N. the roll call vote, Murphy and several Roberts, court Jester, and Julia Ann I Therefore so long as either of the Stru'ck out by Walker, 12: Ellis 1.
Smith, tenor; and Mrs. G. C. Poole. other senators gave examples of Oglesby, dancer. The traditional I present Florida Senators are can- Walked by Walker, none: by Ellis 1.

_._j reader. This beautiful portrayal of I Florida residents whose propertyhad winding of the May pole will form a didates for re-election, I would de- Stolen bases, Carlton, McLendon,
,'e. the Easter story was enjoyed by a been lost to persons whom they pretty number on the program. cline to run." Hooks.
large attendance of the'class and described as "tax certificate sharks." The coronation ceremony will Mr. Rails, an official of the Re- Umpires: Miner and .Shelley.

their friends.As take place on the school lawn at construction Finance Corporation, Score by innings: _

part of the Junior Church ser- Pairings Ready In 1:30 Wednesday afternoon. The with headquarters in Washington, Clewiston -............ 010 005 005-11
vice at 10:45 eight infants were pre- public is cordially invited to attend is spending a few days in Talla-: Fort Myers .......... 100 030 400-- 8
sented for Christian Baptism. Theyare hassee, greeting old friends. As a '
New Golf TourneyThe the entire program, and to remainfor 'Line-ups--
: Charles Keathley, son of Mr. in Florida thus
the field of events which will fol- result of his work : Clewiston-Nall, Baker, Cowart,
and Mrs. Keathley Bowden; Rachel far, eighteen drainage district loans Moore, Cruze, Williamson, McLen--

Joan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs; rules committee has announced low.The track meet has been divided have been approved in this state i don, Pape, Hooks, Walker.
Charles Miner, Mrs. R. Y, Patterson and a number of others are now I Carlton
completion of plans for the new into three classes-senior, Junior Fort l\Iyers-Pope: ,
asting as godmother; Dorothy) Golf Handicap tourney, which will and midget. The senior group includes under final consideration. Fifty Johnson, Clark, Ellis, Tippins. L.
Grace, daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. A begin with play on Sunday, April boys weighing more than 100 applications have been made to the Sloan, Blassinger, Chinn.
O. Ward; Eugene Clower, son of Mr. I outstanding indebtedness ._
28th. One week will be given forth pounds, who may enter the follow, RFC to refund the
and Mrs. C. E. Mills; Solon Crews, first matches to. be played, and ing events: of Florida drainage dis First Steel Work
son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills; Van .
the committee will try to keep Broad Jump, 100-yard dash, bas
Cothern Jr. of Mrs. Elsie Coth- reducing
matches on this schedule. ketball goal shooting, high jump, Started In Gate
ern Barbara Ann, daughter of Mr. J borne by the
; 1 A loving cup has been donated for potato race, rejay) race. easing the load now
and Mrs. Charles Trainor Mrs Albert -
I presentation to the winner of the The junior group-boys from 75 I taxpayers.Mr. .
Munroe acting godmother; tourney. A twenty-five cent entry to 100 pounds may enter for high .. Rails spent several days in (Moore Haven Democrat)
Nancy Joe, daughter of Mr. and I fee will be used to defray expensesof jump, 75-yard dash, pole vault, Clewiston recently in his capacityas Friday of last week saw the start ;

Mrs. F. M. Wright. I prizes for the _runner-up and the broad jump, potato race, basket- an official of the Recons'tructlonFinance of the first structural steel work in
At the evening service a Choral booksof
Corporation, checking
losers in the semi-finals. prizes ball goal shooting.The .
Cantata for Easter, "The King of several drainage districts, which the Moore Haven hurricane gate,
will be golf balls or other midget group-boys under 75
Glory" by Morrison, was sung by a loans. built the E. H.
able merchandise the runner-up re pounds-may take part in 50-yard had applied for RFC which being by
chorus of twelve voices in the presence will be. Interested -
friends Latham
Clewiston company.
ceiving. half the prize award the two dash, three legged race, relay race.
of a capacity audience. The losers: dividing the remaining half. The sports events are designed to in the possibilities of his: This steel, however, is only a
singing of this beautiful cantata i. becoming a U. S. Senator. bumper fender system, and doesn't
Rules of the tourney are being fit into the program of national
/1JI: was greatly appreciated by all who deal to do'with tha
-."' ; posted at the club house. Players Child Health Day, demonstrating the have a great
were privileged to hear it. Those JOINT RESOLUTION PROPOSES actual gates.In .
listed below are asked to arrange value of outdoor games and recreation -
' participating were Mrs. Fred Ne-I their matches as early as possible. : to the healthful development of MEANS FOR OLD AGE PENSIONS the work of placing the steel
, biker, Mrs. Vincent Allen, Mrs. Ivey E. E. Kelly, 15 vs. F. Durrance, children. in the gates, most of the workersfor
! Pafford, ilrs. Charles Trainor, Miss I Tallahassee, April 24.-A joint this steel work will have to be
Mae Drew, Miss Marion Leydig, 12.A. amendmentto from other counties, as it
'' L. Hackett, 13, vs. F. D. Duff, NO CERTIFICATE SALES resolution proposing an Imported
Messrs. James E. 'Beardsley, M. P. 8. UNTIL AFTER JULY FIRST the Constitution of the state of takes an experienced steel workerto

Peterson, M. E. Yenawine, F. M. Jack Barrett, 15 vs. J. J. Harring- Florida, designed to permit the stateto handle steel and there is only avery

Wright and R. N. Smith. I I ton 1'0.Jim County Clerks all over the state provide a system of old, age pen-I,I limited amount of men here
Harrington, 16, vs. E. P. have been notified from Tallahassee sions, was adopted by the who have had experience. with. this
COURTS MAY POSTPONE Shelley, 9. that there will be no further the Florida Legislature this week. kind of construction.

MORTGAGE FORECLOSURES S. L. Crochet, 28 vs. M. W. Bigg sales of tax certificates until after Senator J. Slater Smith, Green I Approximately one-third of the
-- 27. the first Monday in July.: Cove Springs, author of the old age total concrete to be poured into the

Tallahassee, April 25.-Bills callingfor J. B. Dotterer, 28, vs. Dave Als- In a letter to the clerks of the pensions proposal explained that it I gate has already been poured. In

. a two year moratorium on mort- ton, 20. state, J. M. Lee, state comptroller, would not effect any pending a few places it.has. been poured up
gage foreclosures on homesteads and C. V. Parkinson, 28, vs. Mrs. F. D. I enclosed a copy of the bill which lation but would merely set .legiS-j to ,an elevation of 36.0 feet, whichis
giving the courts, right to postpone .Duff 17. was recently passed by the legisla- chinery whereby the succeeding Leg- the total height of the structure,

foreclosure sajles on other private H.; A. Bestor, 20, vs. H. Land, 20. ture and signed by the governor on islature may enact old age pension with the exception of the sidewalk,
property mortgages were introduced Fr. Finnegan, 14, vs. L. N. Nash, April 12. legislation In the event any of the which is to be built later.
i 1 in the Florida house this week. The bill provides: pending bills are passed and found The driving of sheet steel pilingfor

I j The introducers, Getzen of Sumter 13.H.. R. Hall, 13, vs. J. F. Curry, 12. Section 1-No clerk of the circuit unconstitutional., It would place the the lock chamber has been com-
county and Ed Denison of St. Lucie, E. N. VanLandingham, 14, vs., W. court shall sell any tax sale certifi- question of state old age pensions pleted and most of the piling for a
eald the. bills were patterned after C. Owen, 14.TomShelley. cates now held or owned by the state before the voters in the 1936. general wharf wall which will front the lock-

., a Minnesota mortgage moratorium' / 5, vs. Dr. White 13. of Florida, until after the first.Monday election. tender's house. The tie-rods, which
f 'iJ' ; law. Billy Owen, 35, vs.. opponent to:>> in July, 1935. Under the present constitutional will hold the lock chamber walls,
The house passed 80 to 2 a bill be supplied. Section 2-This act shall be In provisions, It was said, charitable ac- are also In place.
1 providing for redemption of a part Dick Gibbons, 20, vs. L. C. Rosen- full force and effect from and afterit tivities are made a function of the The extra work created by a necessity -
of the property covered by a delinquent berg, 28. shall become a law. counties. Senator Smith's amend- to finish the 'contract as soonas

: tax certificate if the owner Jay Moran, 22, vs. Mrs. Redel- Approved 12th day of April, A. D. ment would give the Legislature possible, has enabled the local
desires. Such redemption would be sheimer, 20. 1935. thority to provide a system of old NRA office, of which J. N. Blountis

;r on the basis of the value of the part A. N. Gallant, 24, vs' Mrs. Owen, I age pensions to be paid wholly or in In charge, to place approximately
of the property bears to the whole 37. Florida citrus Juice is the most part by the state. The vote in favorbf fifty men in the last two weeks on
covered by such assessment. potential life insurance agency in adoption of Senator Smith's reso- this project alone. '
Croker of Gilchrist and Stewartof Depression follows booms; booms the United States.-Dr. John Harvey lution was 32 to 0, and it now goeS For those who have never seen.
Hendry cast dissenting votes. follow depressions. Kellogg. to the House for concurrence (Continued on Pare 8)

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POSTMASTER MANY USES FORCROCHET set and chair set to match this scarf ton, and perhaps the wine of revolution -
to New York to ,
were shown a few weeks ago. mixed with his blood for his,.
BRISBANETHIS I study the political and legislative sit- .?
declared by This package, No. 707, contains birth year Is given as 1775. Of holy
uation there, and It was
sufficient cream color Mountain Craft books he had two: the Bible and :

local Democratic lead By GRANDMOTHER CLARK crochet cotton to complete the scarf, Emmanuel Swedenborg, which he
WEEK ers that he would retire "
k k wy also Instructions, black and white read aloud to border families by the '
from the cabinet
R diagram for easy counting of meshes light of cabin fires; he ate no meat r
after the adjournment -
; and a crochet hook. Write our killed no living creatures-not eves

Adolph S. Ochs of congress. r crochet department Inclosing 40 cents venomous reptiles-befriended animals
:Mr. Farley neither affirmed -
J Russia's New Plane nor denied the for the complete package, No. 707 or went unharmed though all but _

I Superstition and Suicide send 10 cents If you want the In- naked In a savage wilderness ,that

Cocktail Parties story. struction sheet with diagram only. teemed with wild beasts and Indians, ,
He has been bItterly
Address Home Craft Co.-Dcpt. B and these last venerated him
The death of Adolph S. Ochs, editor attacked for retaininghis as a
-NIneteenth and St. Louis Avenue powerful "medicine." In'Us12 he
and owner of the New York Times Is cabinet post and
St. Louis, Mo. spread the alarm of an Impending In-
a great loss to nt the same time contlnulng _
: When writing for any Information dian attack and saved hundreds of '
American Journal as chairman J'W"
A. Inclose a stamped addressed envelopefor settlers from massacre. But more
ism and good citl7cnshlp. of the Democratic national --I
Mr. Ochs committee and Farley reply. than saint, he was artist and his

was a good AmcrJ, of the New York;: Democratic committee I I i RENDEif TRIBUTETO art-form was the apple. It was a
/ passionate conviction with him that '
can, whose life .and despite the edict of the President
"APPLESEED : the tree should be raised from the r ,
work admir- Mr. "
set an against such double holding.
able example to his Roosevelt wants Mr. Farley to remain JOHNNY'S" LABOR I' seed and he chose his orchard sitesr i r

profession.All held .of the national committee and to 'for fertility and picturesqueness .
with the fastidious taste of and
his life a poet
conduct his for re.electlon.
campaign He was a gentle lunatic, "Johnny
painter, fenced the enclosure and
r hard-worker. con so he will give up his post" office Job; Or he
Appleseed. perhaps was
x a
returned each to tend his trees.Ohio .
scientlous Indifferent while year
s but he did not wish to resIgn
saint His first appearance In history '
still remember him with
u to personal still under fire from Iluey Long and of his 1 i I people !
where he Is now secuie
frys -
j %kj'QR .
profit, Mr. Ochs others. affection for his were the first fruits
niche In the of American
often put to this saga pio-I of their wilderness.-Boston, Globe.
neering, Is In the year 1800 when
writer and other
friends the ques JAMES R. BOURNE federal relief Is seen drifting doVn the Ohio In a

Arthur Brl.tmne tion ever In his I administrator of Puerto Rico, was strange craft with a queer cargo : Tack for ScholarA

alleged to have said that "there are two canoes lashed together bearinga great Greek;: scholar, when vIs-
mind, "How can I make of the Timesa '
permanent and useful Institution?' criminals In the legislature." so he Here Is a very practical scarf that load of rotten apples from the iting a woman's college in the United -

was arrested on the charge of slandering Is easy'to make and costs so little. I cider presses of Pennsylvania. His States, was asked whether he

that body. He denied making It's made with the large filet stitch, errand Is to plant.apple seeds In the would do the institution the compliment -

Russia according to Lloyd GeorgeIs the statement but was held In $200 Is very lacy and can be used as a wilderness that orchards may be of translating their college

the world's real flying nation, bonds. decorative cover on many articles In there awaiting the white settlers motto Into Greek. He courteously

possesses, probably, the world'sgreatest Bourne has been bitterly attacked the home When using a number 5 when they arrive. This was his er- agreed and then asked what the mot-
fleet. It is
fighting air recently: In both bodies of the legisla- steel crochet hook and number 15 rand for 46 years. Like a good to was It was placed before him
certainly the country that takes flyIng '
most seriously with 8,000,000 ture. The house adopted a resolution cotton, the scarf will measure about I I many other beneficent, cranks he Is and he read the words: "Pep wlthlout' -

declaring him "persona non 12 by 34 Inches when finished. Buffet i. supposed to have been born In Bos- 1 purpose Is piffle." J
Russians trained In aeronautics young!
grata" because of alleged political favoritism
Russian girls learning to pilot planes
to the Liberal (minority)
and dirigibles and make 20.000-foot
The senate approved a resolu-
parachute jumps. as our young girl
tion calling Bourne an- "enemy" of
learn new dance steps.
This makes Important Russia's announcement .

that she is manufacturing -
SARAZEN resumed his old
airplanes on a mass productionbasis GENE
using for air power "an ordi of leadership In the golf :

nary light automobile engine." The world when he won the Masters' tour- T' BIDr. OA': Dr

planes very cheap, using ordinary nament at Augusta Ga., after a tie for :

gasoline, will be supplied to collec- first place with Craig Wood.

tive farms. Russia may be the first

nation to do with flying machine pUBLIC works officials are said to Gtvms YOU MORE TR CTION, IG GRiEATmRSAFl1j

what this country did with automo- approved tentatively the al-

biles. American genius put this na lotment of $30,000,000 from the work
tIon on wheels. -Russian engineering relief fund for the Passamaquoddy

skill puts Russia on wings project for harnessing the 27-foot tidesof

It will make some other countries the Bay of Fundy to supply power

thoughtful. for Maine and the rest of New Eng FIRESTONE patented construction

land. Government engineers have reported .

A young man Is found strangely that the project Is feasible froman .aW t1QALLOON r features enable us to give you 'a tire with

murdered, or committing suicide In standpoint but they '
u shoulders wider
s ,higher and deeper<<
an unusual way hanging from a low doubted there would be a market for

p tree. His legs were fastened behlnl the power to be developed. ( B'oo'23 non-skid tread

his back with chains chains were '' Oihsr Sire
a : PropoAlonaldyLow
around his hands and neck, and a tornadoes tore through The cords in the hody are Gum-
medal that he had won In an athletic TERRIFIO .

contest- was fastened with a Louisiana being states especially, Mississippiand hard c'i& $tOfB ,Dipped, giving greater strength andA' ....- '.

t safety pin to one 6f his nostrils. '
> hit. The number of dead was.uncertain GROUND GRIP longer flexing life.
The man thirty-one who had beeu
but Included at least 33, and more than Super traction tire
employed In moving pictures as a
substitute for actors under dangerous 200 persons were injured. Gloster a for unimproved The two extra Gum-Dipped cord aroadss
town of 1,200 In Mississippi was practically /

:. conditions Is believed by police demolished, most of Its resi- plies under the tread give a firmer union .
to have killed himself In a strange
way through vanity. dences and stores and the lighting and between:tread and body'which holds this

water systems being destroyed. a x'
l' Police quote a superstition of cer: Record-breaking floods occurred In heavy non-skid tread securely to the tire
, ,tain Malays who believe that evil! .
t-. spirits carry off their souls If they California (fiusing ten deaths and seri- H.P.f7O body.

. kill themselves. When they commit ous property damage In the Feather c---:

(. suicide they exhaust their Ingenuity river' valley north of Sacramento and s Equip today with these safe and

f,.- In efforts to die In such a fashion heavy losses elsewhere. Au u;;; :,

:_,. as to make suicide seem Impossible Oihusira economical tires You will get

'' ,', that the spirits after Inspection may SENATOR GERALD P. NYE'S munl- ; ProportlonotdyLew- uninterrupted service, maintain'' faster

: decide that the dead man was mur which has spent a

,,: dered and leave his soul In pence.'r. seven months Investigating. doings 3 iretont( schedules and get ,safety protection

.' of the manufacturers of arms and beyond anything you have heretofore
:' armament, to OLDFIELD TYPE
. During prohibition the habit ot '. '
:;; drunkenness was acquired by many. the senate Its meas- ti + The tire that experienced. -

\ :. particularly young women. They ure designed to take } taught thrift to
F-- ; of Call the Firestone Service Store
the profits out war on
: yield more easily than men to the millions. .
'F..:' effects of alcohol and drugs: and and provide for the or Service

once "caught" they are caught for conscription of in-
{ life usually. dustry in the event of '! now J.
another armed con: :11bDealer
r: American fathers and mothers that flict involving the : startreducing :::,
give for their
: cocktail parties son k '
(>:. and daughters or permit them In United States. The t your BALLOON .. .
bill Is decidedly dras- 'fit
: their houses should be toM plainly 40
to the operating s ,
tic, giving 1"
: that they are using their money to 4 ,. fi .
'I' ----" uam Y
President in war time
make drunkards of the daughters Senator Nye 5 L\ costs today.
that are prac-
. and sons and are not fit to have; or powers
r bring up children. tically dIctatorial, permitting him not
only to fir prices but also to license
all Industry and control raw mate- Other Siref !'
.; In addition to moving 00,000 moiesoldiers w# s Pioportlonouly Low HIGH SPEED TYPE
has taxation features
I' rials. It also "
/>' to the German lines. France that will arouse considerable opposi- r,. ** ** Listento built Greatest for all-around tire ever
T Is hurriedly connecting her steel and s the Voice of Firestone
income ,
would raise individual
,. tion. It .a ecrricc.
concrete line of fortresses with barbed taxes to 6 per cent in wartime, levy ',. .et 5. Ti s ii e featuring Richard ye ':

entanglements and trenches.' Thir surtaxes up to 94 per cent on IncomesIn SENTINEL TYPE Crooks, Gladys- '",

: ty thousand soldiers are digging In us excess of $10,000 and seize profits ",. Volume production Swartbout, or Nelson

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SYNOPSIS captain of detectives "What about "Oh, Lanny, you darling And Gatlin, alias Nance Bulden had come

that casts of the lost Merton heiress?' Stevie, you sweetheart Penelope under his notice, Stephen Burt had a And It's a Heavy One "

Theodore Gatlin adopts a baby. "Pe he demanded. cried and extended her manacled arms reasonable opportunity to examine the The penalty for intimacy is hear-.
matrimonial It advice Lanny In under them and folded girl. when, following dinner at Lanny's '
nelope In an effort to solve his "We've dropped on Flynn's dodged ing other people's troubles.
troubles But his wife has McNamara grunted and hung up. the girl to her heart. "You next, house. Penelope Lanny, Dan McNa
';_ .'': never wanted her. and their affairs end Lanny, wearing a kitchen apron. Stevie," Penelope ordered and ohedl! mara and Stephen retired to the draw-
;. :- :i In the divorce court At a baseball
?;.:' ,; game a ball strikes ten year-old Pe eased cooking dinner long enough t, ently Stephen lowered his head and ing room. Despite the strain of ner
' : '" ,: nelope on the nose Mrs Gatlin spirit let him in that night. Stephen had not the looped arms came around his neck record-breaking, Journey from Europe No tired
: ,,: ;,'. ,' the child. to Europe GatHn wills Penelope ''ret arrived so McNamara went out and drew his face down. "And, now Penelope was not so tired that she more ,

' .- -,. ,. all his money and Is about to Into the kitchen with Lanny while he Dan,'' the girl cooed and turned her wished to retire early She Joined In I
; ... begin a search for her when a motor
<,' accident ends his life Some ten years related the news regarding the common face upward. the general: conversation and Stephen let-down feeling for me""I
', :;','-:'. later. In San Francisco. Stephen Burt, nuisance. McNamara laughingly uncuffed her noticed that she seemed Inclined to ru-

o'' .',. rising young psychiatrist. Is presented Lanny gazed upon him very benignly "Why didn't you cable us?" Stephen argumentative, but her arguments Indicated reasoned :" '
. ; : with ;.0 "
Dan chief of police
by McNamara I
demanded n trifle severely. no cogent thought that ':-,. ., ,
Dan Me- frequentlyshe
a new patient-Nance Belden a girl "You're a good man, ; my ; "' <.<,
; ,:;: ;
' ,' "1 adore that's employed the patois of the under- red blood'I '. ; ;}:
surprises why. "
: -: with a dual personality for which her Namara./ How come you've never marled "
"saddle nose'' Is In part responsible rl ?" "Why did you come back?" McNa. world ;, !her I language was racy anti] corpusclestrength : ;, :' :
_i- S :. McNamara does not think she ls a demanded. Idiomatic. He noticed that her :, ,. ; "- .
"If I had. 'mother would have mara laugh f ; W'
: : : criminal and obtains Burt's testimony mY was low and >
"The place to hide oneself Is was sudden loud-the laugh of vul : '" ,"
,.- in court Lanny the doctor's office lived with us he declared. "How proper a Isimplytooka O/; ? P"
,, ,
, ':.. nurse is also won over Nance's criminal orne you've never been married?" In the spot one is supposed to have fled garian. She was ,nervous ; her hands course of I'! .:" f.'k.j.'; ,
record outweighs Doctor Burl's Lanny sighed. "Nobody ever asked from. Lanny, don't let them stand twined and Intertwined continuously S.S.S. Tonic "
explanation of her case and she Is sent and she about the and built it I
me." around staring at me asking me moved room a great deal. l'v
to San Quentin penitentiary Nance "
escapes and goes to Lanny'p apartment McNamara sighed gustily. "My poor questions, moaned Penelope "I'm and finally came to rest on Stephen's back. :i .

From one of the men In the mother's wry old and In had health." hungry and so tired. Can I have my knees She looked Into his eyes search- is all so simple and reasonable.
boat on which the girl escaped Mc- he said. same little bed tonight?" Ingly for a long time and then said IT
If let-down is caused
Namara learns thai her real name Is your physical
% Penelope Gatlin. He also discovers that I "A man like you should have sons- "You can have anything and every. accusingly :, by lowered red blood corpuscles-
(r"'- she Is heiress to $750000 Fearful of i line, big strapping, manly sons." thing you want, my dear." "You Jon't care' for me." which is all too frequent-then S.S.S. ,
-'McNamara, in his official capacity. "How old are you, Lanny "I want Stephen," came the answer. "Why do you think that Penelope?" Tonic is waiting to help you..andwill
Nance flees canny finds her In her "Forty-two." faintly tired and f the girl went to him "Because nobody could love a girl ,unless you have a serious organic
apartment asleep. Then she disappears,
and leaned her sleek black head againsthis with a nose like mine." trouble that demands a physician or
and McNamara learns that she Is living "I'm rort .s1s myself. sighed
:,' In Paris. He also discovers he Is In gain. "You're a fine woman, Lanny breast "I've missed you so. ."Did you bring back the sketches surgeon.
i love with Lannv Stephen warns Penelope Remember, S.S.S. is not just a so-
i Stephen. that Parisian artist made of ?
-devil finer. We might It. you '
a manage! called "tonic. It is tonic
,' by cable to leave Paris, as her a specially
Stephen held her close with his left She bounced off his lap and hurried
:: _: '" whereabouts are known "Manage what? designed to stimulate gastric secre-
c::,;""" "To poi up with mother for the little arm, ,and his right hand came up and upstairs to return presently with a tions, and also has the mineral ele-
cautiously fingered her poor nose. portfolio filled with sketches. There ments so In
time she has to live. God bless her. very, very necessary
:: ; .:2 CHAPTER IXContinued22 "1 never could stand a left-handed was one crayon drawing of her as she rebuilding the oxygen-carrying red

{;: proposal, Dan." Lanny shook her head was. A half dozen additional sketcheswere corpuscles In the blood.

(i: i(i:" Iake up 'your mind now that you and gazed at him solemnly. copies of the first, with the exception This two-fold purpose is Important -
?: :; ';: :' will mention of the nose. The artist had Digestion Is improved... food
: those
never two names "Then here's my right hand on It, is better utilized..and thus you are _
> > again as long as yon live. You prorn- Lanny," and he laid his great right fitted Into her features a nose of his enabled to better "carry on" without .

f ;:f/f, Ise?" paw'tn' hers. "If It's sons you'd have, own design and viewed In profile some exhaustion-as you should naturally. j

:: .,f-:" "Yes, Doctor." you old darlin', 'tis little time we haveto of his creations lent to the girl's facean You may have the will-power to be

{ :X: "Now, what is the name of the girl waste." aspect singular beauty and sweet- "up and doing" but unless your bloodis

;" >:::r,,;2.whose photograph you showed me?" A faint flush came to Lanny's slightly ness. in top notch form you are not fully

(" -:',. A, curious slight spasm of distaste faded cheeks. "What would Steviedo "I like this one best," Stephen decId- yourself and you may remark" "I

:.' ;:< :-:- flashed across Flynn's face. He shurl, ?" ed. "The patrician nose does you Jus wonder why I tire so easily. .-,

t;;,;:> dered. "I don't know" he replied "It's been my observation Lanny, tice. Going to come over tomorrow blood Let tone..if S.S.S. 'help build case back is your not _

i :: '- "What Is the name of the girl who that a woman without something to / Il'I and give you the most searching physical exceptional, you should your soon enjoy ., .''

Quentin:; ; occupy her mind Is In a poor way.. examination you've ever had," he again the satisfaction of appetizing

:-" ;: You could continue to look after the I II decided. He drew her over to him and food..sound sleep.steady nerves ::

1=!}1.\: ;?. Stephen struck Flynn a smart slap doctor's office." kissed her on the cheek paternally. ...a good complexion...and renew :'

(::--:1': on the top of the head. "Wake up" "You've a good theory Dan but It "You'ie a nice, sweet, lovable girl, ed strength. ;-
'., ::-/:---' he commanded lacks one ingredient." Penelope". he assured her as if she S.S.S. is sold by all drug stores In .
i : awake and' little girl "and the shape of two sizes. The 2 economy size Is ,
Flynn came instantly "Name the lack and I'll get It""You're were a your '
twice the $1.25 ;
as large
as regular
. looked foolish. "Well isn't taken Into consideration .
: extremely nose by
In love with
r"r::": you not me. size and is sufficient for two weeks .,:'-=
t'.: didn't stand the test" Stephen assured "The h-1 I'm not You're like all the sort of people whose love and approval treatment. Begin on the uproad J

him. "You were falling asleep, so I women-forever putting dogs In you desire. And you can get today $.$.S.Co
awakened you." windows. I'm not used to passing along ,very well without the love and :"
.. .
r-." "Am I pretty bad.. Doc?" words lightly on such a subject. Give approval of any other sort. Dan and
"You're this bad that if you do not me'a yes or no answer." Lanny and I all love you and we want ". .

. take treatment you will be in a bad "You great lovable Idiot !" Lanny you to love ,us. We're, your only real .;
way. I'll give you a prescription yelled. Advancing swiftly upon the friends and you wouldn't do anythingto : ;;

: Come and see, me again" chief, she kissed his pompadour. "I'll hurt us, would you?" ciiMakes '

.' "Thank you, Doc. You're might risk jour mother Dan." she said softy "I'd rather die Stephen." tE '

r:" !:,.' ', kind. Good Lord. Doc, am I going "All my life I've been looking fora "Fine. You're tired now, so suppose you ;

> ,'. : crazy? I don't remember why 1 called man with a heart in his chestandthe you run upstairs to bed, and tomorrow, feel like :;'
1: ;; ," on you." day you first came into the ottice, I when you wake up, you'll be refreshedand yourselfagain : .:,:;

?;; ;> "You asked me to identify this pass with your' big, swaggering way and -. happy and we'll be able to discuss

,:.t t> r. port photograph," and Stephen held your blarney and your air of owning Ever Asked the making over of this poor nose.
r Lanny Sighed. "Nobody
,:?::} out the little photo to Flynn who thrust the world. I-I wondered If you were Me." Kiss us all good night." Art's MissionAs '1

"";"'" It away."That's. married. I'm'no longer young, Dan. I Penelope dutifully obeyed and as .
::" :',: bad luck, Doc. Never mind. have peculiar ways and I'm bossy, "God's on our side Lanny," he told his she was starting up the stairs Stephen the sun colors the flowers, so M....

I" }y It's a matter of no Importance" too-" nurse. "Tomorrow want you to ar said : "And don't forget to say your does art color life. ;

, ;:. ; : lie picked up his hat. bade Stephen McNamaia drew her face down and range for a room In St. Dunstan's hos prayers." ':'
I:; "=::-.: good night and left.CHAPTER. kissed It. "What a blessing I'm usedto pital. We'll get Boyd to operate." She grimaced disdainfully. "You Cardui Built Up Her Strength ,',;'

; that, Lanny. and have. learned to be "Please, Stephen do I have to go must thinkI'm a nut-saying my She had lost strength and fallen ':

. X kind to the aged. Here, quit pulling away any more?," asked Nance. prajers.; I've been prayed to death" off in weight until her clothes would

r S.' my hair, woman." "No, not any more, my dear." "By whom not fit, writes Mrs. A. S. Curtis, of r

,. :'.1, When the cablegram sent to Pene- The door bell began ringing. "And you'll fix my nose? I wanted "I don't know, but by somebody. It Winston, Va. "I knew I must get '
', lope GatlIn had been delivered for at "What's wrong with you Lanny?" to have It done in Paris, but when you makes me ill" something" to build me up if I kept :,:

1-- least three days Dan McNamara tele- Stephen demanded when Lanny ad- sent me that cablegram I couldn't, of "That was the subconscious revulsionto going she says. "My aunt suggested : i
' ,,= mitted him "1 half dozen course. Can I have just the nose I that I try Cardui. I am glad that I ,:
- ; phoned Lanny to ask If the girl had rang her adopted mother coming out, did, for it built up my strength. I .i
;:; :- answered. Upon being told she had times." want, Stephen? Stephen told McNamara. "Mrs. Merton have taken it at intervals since then, <,;
f: Lot, he was so cast down that Lanuy "Do you gooo I to wait once In a "Yes, little vvandeier. And when has a strong religious mania. That ,whenever I felt the least run-down."

t.If felt sorry for him. So, like all women while," she snapped back at him. that's done you shall have the kind of girl's a mighty healthy specimen," he Cardui revives the appetite and .,:

:; who feel sorry for a man, she decide" "Mac," be declared, "rou have a home you want. You've been lost In continued. "I noticed when I was improves nutrition in rases where :

Li.a.' to feed him. and Invited him for dinner proprietary air about you." the woods poor babe but I'll lead you dressing the wound In her shoulder, such a medicine is needed. Thou- ,.:.

;,__ that night. She said Stephen "And well I may'" :McNamara replied out into the loveliest sunshiny meadow that her skin Is soft and silky, not sands of women testify Cardui bene-
fited them. If it does not benefit'YOU.
would be there. pertly. "I've just popped the question Imaginable. rough and dry, as in the case of psychopathic consult a physician. ., ;
"That's no inducement' .McNaraara to Lanny and we've agreed to Jump McNamara had throughout this personalities. everythingabout ,

. rumbled, "but I'll come anyhowThinks. over the broomstick together' scene felt a lump In his throat HP her seems to indicate sound an-

f ." "I've been expecting this, Dan. She glanced at Lanny and saw the tears .of cestry, and I'm more than ever convinced -

f,. McNanmra's thoughts kept shuttling ',hasn't been worth a canceled postage sympathy in her brave, kindly eyes, so that her mental disturbance Is '.

{: back to Penelope Gatlin all that busy stamp' to me since she met you." to avert a scene he growled huskily : not organic. However, that's a lead

f day. Finally he telephoned Flynn to "But I'm not going to leave you, "When do we eat?" we can run down after we've fixed her
1-- report to him. Stevie darlln Oh, I couldn't leave my C e e C e e nose." ONLY "

t: "How about that Merton case I sent boy !" For the first time since Penelope TO BE CONTINUED 1j 3

r up to the chief of detectives recently?" Stephen held out his'arms and Lanny TUBES

r t. he asked, when Flynn appeared. (M.-, ran Into them. And then Stephen '
{ Namara hadn't sent the case up 'at all, warned Dan that If he wasn't good to Heavy Water is Costliest Product of

f but he knew Flynn did not know this) Lanny he would hypnotize him. as he Chemistry ; It Is Used by Scientists ,!
had hypnotized P. Flynn and sell him PARKER'S
:: "Oh. yes, said Flynn, "I did somr
work on that but didn't get anywhere. the 'Idea he was a pet poodle so Lanny I I HAIR BALSAM
: The most costly liquid that man ever heavy water Prof. Hugh Scott Taylor, j I a Remorea Dandruff-Stop*Hair Falllag-
could kick him around at will.
I called on the Merton woman and Import Color and
tried "You what?" :McNamara yelled. made does not begin to equal In price of the university's department of chemistry -|I Beauty to Gray and Faded Hair
to the
; get her to identify girl's
ri of 60c and$1 00 at DroffsteU.HlmQTChim .
of chemistrywhich plans to Increase his output
heavy a product i
il- photograph. but she wouldn't .>r "y ou put the comether on Flynn? j I I 5J5- .Wki PottWoe,N.Y,
f, tonldn't" "Certainly." And Stephen told him Is valued ut (30,000) a quart according heavy water to about, one thimbleful I i in FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use in
to the Monti'eat Herald daj, because of the great demand for connection with Parker's BalsanxMakes' the
"Old you get a line on the girl?" the story. hair soft and fluffy. 60 cents by mail or at druggists -
"Sure Traced her to an address in "Three hundred years ago in Salem Heavy water is simply plain water samples by other scientists who use: I Hiscox Chemical Works. Patchosue.N,Y

Paris." Massachusetts," said Dan McNamara, which has been broken down through it in research regarding solutions, 'of :..

'; "Under what name Is she registered "you would have been burned ,for a a series of progressive steps into it organic compounds. iI i:I WNU-7 16-3:"
component The resulting liquid I I
witch." marts
with the Paris police?
looks like: water and Is water but with Passenger Pigeons Extinct I
5' I
"ChIef I can't Just recall It." The door bell rang Insistently. "Now
"It was Penelope Gatlm. wasn't It?" who can that be?" Lanny exploded.Dan certain differences. Chemists have About a century ago, billions of passenger I i: PROSPECTIVE MOTHERS r -
found that there Is only about on,- Hew about this country,
Flynn flinched a little "1 don'tknow. rolled out of the kitchen and pigeons 'i Mrs Elese Crenshaw
." down the ball. Then Stephen and part of heavy water in Ti.OOO parts of darkening the sky for hours at a time. i .,, '-' of 1813 Ems St.,Augusta.
ordinary rainwater. Flocks were sometimes four miles wide *., Ga. said: "Before the
"You're as bad as Mrs*. Merton Lanny heard the door slammed violently a' birth of my first child I
What's the matter with you?" ; there was a scuffle and something Because considerable heavy water and nearly 250 miles long and the con- was in misery with my
Is lost in the about 1,200: gal sumption of grain by such, congrega S back, when I eat down it
;S S "I don'f know Chief. I think we crashed to the floor. was hard for me to get up
might as well drop the,case." He came into the kitchen a moment Ions ,of ordinary water ,are actually lions was estimated to have been 17 ,. ;' I was weak and cramps in
"Very' well, then, forget it, Pat. I later, leading by her handcuffed wrist treated to make three ounces of ,the 000.000 bushels every 24 hours. Today my restless limbs at made night.me 1 very took
woi mildly curious, that's all." He dis none other than Penelope Gatlin "Shewouldn't new water. Princeton university has they are extinct, the last one having Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre

Biased Flynn. "By Jupiter that fel kiss me first" he announced, the first apparatus so far-devised for died it Is believed, In the zoological by scription this tonic and my and whole I was system able to was sleep strengthened eeaw.New ."
her-the little making heavy water. In spite of the garden of Cincinnati In 1914.Collier'sWeekly size, tablets $1.M large
'DO r's getting too deep for me he I "so I put the on $135."Alliquid *. '
size,tab or liquid &
:oUloquized.. And he telephoned the vixen." enormous work Involved In producing

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News THE HOUSEFLY INVADES from Ronald Halgrim's column of r.:"NNNNNNNHNN. .. .. .. .. .. .. :..:1.:NN'.. ...:N'N.. :NNNN. :..:N/., house.
The Clewiston
the .?. h
the same name "Pick-Ups" When we rolled into dear old Jersey -
Houseflies by the millions invaded Fort Myers daily: TOO LATE TO :i: the snow was fallln' like Anthony -
Published every Friday In Clewiston, the state of Florida about tea The other day we turned up at .. .:. for Cleopatra and me in
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, days ago, and Orlando, to whom the the office in sort of a mental funk, CLASSIFY| :=i: a light weight suit and a
Inc. problem became acute, came to the sat down and stared at the typ y half
most of
.. length top coat with
conclusion that the raging storms writer a few minutes and when:: ; .:..
'i. .. the important buttons missin'( Everytime
Keathley Bowden, Editor out of the West which blew clouds about to complain of a headache or .:.
try to take a breath a play-
of dust and dirt into the state also a stomach ache or something else .:. 8J BY t ful
icy zephyr would spring and
mail mat- I blew the flies in by the millionsa -- to the of poundingout .i' up
class necessity
Entered as second escape RUSSELL KAY I try to take it away from me. My eyes
ter February I, 1927, at the Post greater annoyance than all the our daily string of wordswe y.:. ... ;. were runnin1 like a couple of leaky

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under dirt put together.The picked up a newspaper and start- ::: ;. ...:.. I hydrants and my ears were as crisp-

the Act of March 3, 1897. central and northern part of ed a listless persual of stories until -' :N;N;N;N:N;N N1N N:N:N:N:N:1N:11:M:N:,1 N:N:11:N:1:N:. as the wife's remarks when I come)
the state seems to have suffered to we ran into one that made' us
I I' New York, April l8.-You'd naturally ,I sneakin' in at 3 a. m. Altogether I
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. a greater extent from both dust and ashamed of ourselves-what first was nothin' more or less than a total
flies than the southern portion, but of think after all the advice
Advertising rates en application. caught our eye was the mention
we've had enough of both to realize Thomas A. Edison and how he work-(I I I've handed out to tourists about the loss.Well, they put me to bed with a
Devoted to the advancement and what a disaster it would seem to be ed through the last years of his life
charms: and delights of springtime
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry swamped with them. Our sympathy: under strenuous physical handicaps (Continued on Page 8)
In Florida and urged 'em to "Stay
County. goes out to the Western states to -Edison never shirked a task be-

whom the dust storms have been a cause he was sick-all his life ,he until June"' that I'd have brains ....4.............................................................. .......................
major disaster. worked under the handicap of deaf- enough to take the same medicine.
Paragraph ,written at 3:10 p. m. ness-In later years he could eat almost But no. I let a persuasive young 4

Tuesday. Yes, thank the Lord, it.can NEW CANAL OBJECTIONS nothing and kept a cot near his Yankee blow down to Florida and I

still rain. desk and workshop so that he could lure me astray with the offer of a Ii GoodFarm

Besides being too costly, imprac- lie down for a minute when over free ride to the bright lights. i i

Russell Kay, who rushed off last tical and a few dozen other things come by pain-reading on we learned -I I Anyhow, this he-siren, Harold
week for the gay white lights and which opponents to the proposed suffering was almost commonplace Wynn of Burrelle's Press Clipping

left his office girl "Friday" with the cross-state canal have taken pains to among geniuses and yet they I I I I Bureau, comes along and before me I Land

bag to hold, alibi-ed very nicely in point out, a new objection developed went ahead to turn out valuable cre- and common sense can get our heads

his Too Late to Classify this week. recently. ative work in the fields of science, together to talk it over I find myself

Engineers have reported that the art, research, music and .letters- stampedin' through Georgia in a! for Rent
Sailors are presumed to have "a big canal may affect the flow of Beethoven, the composer, and Rry- high powered automobile frightenin'Jigs I

sweetheart in every port;" but at springs in the area it traverses, and den, the poet, was cjeaf.-Milton : and pedestrians as wild and I

least one who lived up to that tra- cut off water supplies of several was blind-Pope was an invalid and reckless as Sherman himself. I

dition wasn't good at dodging. A retired towns, not to mention eleminating had to wear a corset to hold his. When we left Florida SpringTraLa ...
navy man in California has tourist lures. spine upright-Heine was bedridden was doin' her well known toe

just taken his 15th bride.A The natural springs of the coun- when he wrote some of his most ex- dance with old man Sunshine clap-

try through which the route of the qusite verse-Dr. Johnson was scro- pin' his hands and shoutin' "Get hot
bug in your eye seems a very canal lies are among its chief as- fulous and a hypocondriac, blind in baby." I

important thing; it proved especially -I sets. Streams that rise and return one eye and subject to cramps-Byron But we no more than get out of TrespassersWill

to Amelia Earhart when an in- underground are not uncommon. was an epileptic-Steinmetz wasa the state before we ran bang smack Be

discriminating insect landed in her The peculiar geological formationsmay horrible cripple but did work nextin into old man Winter tearin' down

eye and forced her to land her air- indeed be so disturbed by drain- importance to Edison's in the the north to put a stop to such non- ProsecutedThe

plane forty miles of her goalMexico age of the extent planned for the field of electricity-;Robeit Burn'was

City. canal that these beautiful attrac- frequently siezed with spells of sense.Well he slaps old man Sunshinein

tions would be affected. If so, the suffocation and had to throw himself the face with a dust laden black

Penmanship being practically a objection would indeed be a seriousone. into a tub of cold water for cloud and follows up with a stiff -- lost art, we are interested in learn- we'd reach i
relief-Scott was a cripple and icy breeze. By the time
ing that A. B. Tolley, one of the Carlyle I shiverin' and
Keats died a consumptive- ed the Carolinas I was
finest of such artists, makes a good LETTUCE A COMING CROP was a dyseptic, Schopenhauer was shakin' like a bowl of jello in a

living because he can properly use melancholic, in his late years Kant grade A earthquake. The wind was I

a pen. He is employed to fill in the Lettuce may truly become one of was an imbecile and Nietche died in- as sharp as an Ethiopian's social

names, dates, etc., on the engraved the money crops of the Everglades, sane-James Watt, inventor of the purpose razor and as cold as a pol-
White House invitations, his hand- inasmuch strain has been discovered Darwin i ClewistonCompany
as a steam engine, and Charles ar bear's nose.
writing perfectly matches the beau- through tests at the state the, biologist, were chronically ill Old man Winter was on his way

tiful script engraving. Experiment Station at Belle Glade most of their lives-health, of to put Miss Spring in her place

that seems peculiarly adapted to the course, is more precious than wealthor "Look at the young hussy" he
Everglades theatres this week muck soil. The lettuce is known as fame.-but it is inspiring to know growls, "dancin' in her bare legs

showed an almost home-made movie. the "Ost strain" of lettuce. It is that the expression of genius can- two weeks before Easter as he goes'

"King of the Everglades" featureda tender and sweet and heads up well, not be stifled by physical handicapsand tearin' south to mess up her play 1'I 1-. ...................................................................................... rI. .
hunt into the fastness of the Big it desirable for
a quality making did the realization of all this
Cypress swamps for panther. The market purposes. make feel like ninnyanyhowwe
us a . : . . . .:
news reel was made by the party of Lettuce from Everglades gardens went to work, and although not I.*N.*Mi N*.N*.N*...*.N.*..*.N.Mi..j N t N j N t"j 1*t N.N.N.N.N.N.M*.N.*N*.N.MMM.* .* .* .*N.N.N.N.N.N.N N. .N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.M.N.N. ,..

big game hunters who, left civilization has always been delectable and pretending to be any sort of genius, 2
at Immokalee and spent several tender, but it has required such care we pounded that old typewriter witha ::: HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW :::

weeks during the winter on a after it gathered that it has :: S :!:
was will, glad at least that we had a WILLIAMS ICEOMATICAmerica's
"safari". Ted the
Husing announced
been impractical for shipping pur- job and some small part in our own
newsreel in his own enthusiastic Most Economical Electric *
poses. little 'world of affairs. __
manner. Nearly every home garden in the :: :' -:_;" ::
Refrigerator :
Everglades has had its rows of let- :;: ; ;

AXOTHER LAKE GOLF COURSE tuce, but the variety commonly used ST. MARGARET MARY'S CHURCH :_: .. Can be purchased with no money down and as low as :;:
CATHOLIC .. .' .:.
does not head well for
up enough :
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$7.75 month. ;
Congratulations to Port Mayaccaon shipping and the leaves must be : per '

the movement to establish a nine washed and placed, still damp, ina Father F. J. Finnegan, Pastor :: CLEWISTON RADIO SHOP :i:
hole golf course. Plans seem assur- covered container in the ice box 1
ed for a second links in the Ever- immediately upon being picked. Confessions before Mass. :_;: Authorized' R. C. A. Victor Sales and Service :;:.'
glades. Since the opening of the Mass on Sunday Morning at 8:30. y .
Treated thus, Everglades lettuce is Mass at St. Mary's Church, Pa- t: Clewistou Drug Co. Clewiston, Florida. _;
Clewiston course a few years ago, kept in perfect condition! for a weekor ::. :
this city has enjoyed the only course ten days. However, such care is hokee, at 10:30 every Sunday. .:N:N:11.1:11:1:N:11 N:N.:N:.1:N:N N N N:N N H:.1 N:.:N:N N- ..:..:N:N:M:N:N H N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N:..:N:.

between the East and the West impossible for lettuce shipped to

coast in this section. market, and the "Ost strain" maybe

Wje hope the additional couiso the variety needed to make let-
!around the lake will stimulate manyto :'j i: i :;: ::
tuce growing in the muck lands a ::

follow elusive the pill.gentle It should art of help chasingthe other profitable venture.RAMBLINGS.. ::: ::1: A F 0 R S A L E ..... :J1;: :;:!

courses to have more people inter- .;. .:. .t. :

ested in the game, and will give .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. :: :: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :;: :;:
more opportunities for Inter-City
matches. x
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Having always lived in the South, ; x f

where Easter festivities for young- The excitement is getting to be y r y xx

sters take the form of an Egg Hunt, more than we can stlnd-not saticfiea ::- xy

we've been mystified as to the proper win: dull sciences like conchol- y. f
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procedure in Egg Rollings, suchas ogy and archaeology, we're Tying to 'j/ x: a f +
form the chief Easter entertain- break into the movies. :j 1 yy

ment at the White House. This year Seriously, it appears that effortsof .:. :::: 'i'
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some kind reporter solved our prob- various individuals to interest .,:.. .:. ..t'. '..
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lem for us. news reel men in the federal levee .:. ::: '::. .;.
It appears that up in Washingtonwhere project as a subject for a short edu- y x

there are little rolling hills ca.ional film may at last be success ::: '. .:. ::.

(maybe you'd call 'em terraces) on ful. y y 4. r

the back lawn of the White House. The final contact was made by a .;. ::: y.:. .;.
the children line up at the top of Chamber of Commerce secretary of .;. :::I:::

the little rolling hill and another West Palm Beach who inquired con- .x:. .Y. 2 e .2. .:.
group of children line up at the bot- : cerning the proposed film. Lt. Seise Ay: y4 A '

tom of said hill. The ones at the bot- sent over some of the progress pictures x

tom place their eggs on the grass of the work, particularly some ;. .:. '1' .
and the children at the top roll their striking air scenes. These the sec- :i: +f I :::::1 1.::::

eggs down each in an effort to retary delivered to the news men .. ::: 'S I .(:.:.
strike the egg at the bottom. If the for their persual, .:. .:.. ..:..I.i...
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bottom child's egg is struck he ex- On Tuesday the news reel man : ). : :'

changes places with the child whose came .over himself for a hasty trip ..y:.. '::' .:.'i,..t..

egg struck his, and the game goes over part of the project. The trip .:. ::: 1 O A .t'.OX I y

merrily on. So that for egg rolling. was extremely hasty. We have it on ... t yy. ..
Incidentally, there were some 25- authority of the engineer who accompanied -I, .;. ::: y. '::. +
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children, accompanied by about him that only 25 minutes :
the same number of adults who at- elapsed time was required for said xx Y

tended the Egg Rolling this year. It news reel man to go to Moore Haven lXh +

was estimated that the 51,391 peo- look at the gate and return to h

ple (by actual count) stepped on Clewiston. Travelling by auto, not I .:. : .y. .'.
some 125,000 eggs; laid out 40,000 plane.At : :: Pay The Balance J Like Rent jjj
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lunches; sat down to rest on 60,000 that rate it will take no more

sheets of newspapers; 130 children time to make the movie than it will :?: :+:: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES ::: :: '

were lost from their parents, and 33 require) to show it on the screen. t :::
people were treated for first aid at :: :; YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :: :!:

much the And Red local Cross children tent. 'got just as We've is decided nothing the more urge or to less philosophize than 'I U Clewis ton Home Building Association U.t. i

pleasure from their egg huntin the very human trait to give adviceall

the park Sunday afternoon, and columnists have it for it is .. .
didn't taess up the lawn nearly. as characteristic of the human race. .:- ::: PHONE 10:: Y.raw :: :;:
much' So here's a bjt that we picked up

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..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:;:I Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nail spent the SCIIA RNE ERG BRIDGE W. A. Davis, Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., all times.

.. .:. week-end visiting in Miami. HONORS VISITORSMr. Mrs. W. D. Raines, Mrs. B. C. Flani- ",'

:;: Personal I Mention :;: -- ken, Mrs. J. W. Moore, Mrs. H. O. EIGHT STUDENTS RECEIVE ,
Miss Livonia Congdon is reported Peters, Mrs W. W. Perry, ,
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confined to entertained delightfully at bridge Mrs. V. A. Allen; Mrs. F. S. Gary, Chapel exercises yesterday morn- ..j
Dave Alston made a business trip with an attack of measles. Mrs. G.
Mrs. V. H. McCarter, Mrs. R. N. ing was the occasion for the presen- !
to Miami I in the school Wednesday evening honoring their :
yesterday.F. C. Poole is substituting
: Smith Mrs. B. E. Herring Mrs. C.
absence. house guests, Mrs. Earl Fontaineand tation of basketball letters to eight ,"J
Miss Congdon's -
I during Williams, Mrs. O. H. Roberts
Mrs. J. P. Percy. students, who have composed the

F. R. Maxwell of Miami spent the !!I High score for ladies was won by Mrs. George McDuffie, Mrs., H. C. Clewiston basketball team this year. "

week-end in Clewiston.\ Mrs., J. F. McLure, Mrs. W. F. Mrs W. M. Redelsheimer, second Avant, Mrs. C. F. Trainor, Mrs. J. H. Professor Stanley made the

Simpson and Mrs. Olin Carleton at- high by Mrs. F. Deane Duff and low Presley, Mrs. D. A. McGeachey, Mrs. awards to Billy Cowart, Jimmy Har- j
tended a meeting of the Moore Haven W. C. Hooker, Mrs. Bennett, Mrs.A. rington, Page Cowart, George Bes-
W. W. Liddell spent a few days by Mrs. Richardson Selee; W. C. I a.
L. Morgan Mrs R. N. Boswell ,
Woman's Club after- ,
Prewitt made for (Continued Page t
this week visiting in Sarasota. high score men, on 8)
i Mrs. F. McKenzie, Mrs. E. A.
i I noon. W. C. Owen second high and F. M.
McKenzie Mrs. Arthur McKenzie
Wright low. T. A. Burt and C. R. ;":
Mrs. G. H. Small spent the week- Mrs. S. W. DeLozier and daughter Mrs. Dave Alston, Mrs. J. W. Bruce,
Byrd won high and low prizes at COTTAGEFOR
'end visiting friends in Fort Myers. Marion, left Monday evening for the Michigan table. Mrs. A. V. Southard, Mrs. G. L. J

i their home in Connellsville, Pennsyl- At midnight a delightful buffet Royal, Mrs. J. P. Percy, Mrs. E. R. RENT ':

Mrs. J. R. Beasley of Moore Haven vania. They have spent several supper of sandwiches, relishes, cake, Fontaine, Miss Madge Hull. ,
weeks here with Mrs. DeLozier's G. L. Cantrell 2 Miles g:;
has accepted a position in the Re- pa- coffee and salted nuts were servedto ,

employment office here. rents, Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Leydig. Mrs. Earl Fontaine, Mrs. J. P. East of Clewiston, On i

Mrs. W. F. Simpson entertainedat I Percy, Mr. and Mrs F. Deane Duff, SCHOOL NEWS

Miss Betty Spicer of Miami spent luncheon Monday, the guests in- : Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Byrd, Lt. and Highway '.::;

,the week-end here with-her mother, cluding Mrs. W E. McArthur, Miss Mrs. R. Selee, Lt. and Mrs. William .

Mrs. Leah Spicer. Evelyn McArthur, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, H. Mills, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mr. NEW FIRE GONG INSTALLED ON

I Mrs. Martha Ludekens.. Mrs. I. D. and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer, Mr. FIRST FLOOR OF SCHOOL J. M. COUSE ]

Leydig and Mrs. L. H. Robbins. and Mrs. W,. C. Owen, Mr. and Mrs.R. .
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Sparks Y. Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Although the Clewiston school Counselor and Attorney at Law
spent the week-end in West Palm Mrs. Josephine Knight and her Bestor, Dr. and Mrs. O. F. Schiffli building is particularly well arranged Hopkins Building ...

Ueach.: :y son, Harry Knight, of Fort Myers, Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mr. and Mrs.F. for quick exit in case of fire, additional Wednesdays and Saturdays

spent several days over the week- M. Wright, Mr. and 1Irs.V.. C. I precautions are taken to insure 9:30 ,to 4:00Cantrell's .;
M. T. Ironmonger spent the weekend :- end here with Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Burt, I the safety of pupils and teach-

in Fort Lauderdale with Mrs. Miner and family. The Miners drove Mr. J. J. Harrington and Mr. J. W. I ers. A new fire gong has just been! :

Ironmonger 'and their son, Clark. to Fort Myers for them Saturday. I Moran. installed which is located(: in the Stock FarmBuys .;

lower hall. It is operated by hand, .
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Dotterer and makes. truly alarming sound. 'J
Mrs. W. E. McArthur and Miss SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS IS and Sells
were visitors in West Palm .Beach Evelyn McArthur left Tuesday for a ENTERTAINED BY TEACHER The hand-operated gong is recom-

Sunday.Mr. visit with friends in Pahokee before -- mended in preference to electrically Cattle, Hogs, Mules

returning to their home in Slocum, Mrs. Arthur King entertained operated bells, as there is no mech-I .
and Mrs.. J. K. Mowry and Alabama. They have been guests of members of her Sunday School class anism or current to fail at and Poultry.

... son, John, spent the week-end visf.'r. -, Dr. and Mrs. J.V.. Ezelle for a with an Easter party at her home on cial moment. cru-1 I
I Located 2 miles East of Clewiston
iting in Miami. week. Saturday afternoon. After a delightful The Clewiston school
I on Highway.A. .
I series of outdoor games an, Easter completely emptied in 40 seconds at

Miss Ulla Jacobsen spent the Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Emanuel and egg hunt was staged. Refresh- fire drills which are held at unex-

week-end in Canal Point visiting Mr. I sons, Jon Vic and Douglas, left the ments of ice cream and cake were pected moments in order that no "

and Mrs. Charles, J. Lovvorn. first of the week for Pahokee where served. confusion might arise in case of fire. J. LITTLE

-- they will make their home duringthe Those attending were Carolyn
Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Yon of South 1\IC-1 SCIENCE CLASSES PLAN TO OsteopathBy
completion of the section of levee Donald, Rhunelle McGehee,
Bay were guests' which the McWilliams dredging Pafford, LaDeen Peters, Janice:
and Mrs. Marshall E. Yenawine.Mr. company is constructing in that vi- Wynn, John Poole, Jimmie Butler,]
Mr. B. E. Herring, assistant prin-
cinity. Francis and Fred, Jr., Gary, Billy HARBOR, FLORIDA
., and Mrs. Samuel C. Headleyand cipal and science instructor, has
Redelsheimer, Eric Belcher, David
Billie visited rela just completed plans for the science
daughter, : Gideon H. Brown and his sister, Belcher, Eugene Roberts, Mozelle
classes to visit the State Experiment I
tives in Fort Myers Friday.
Mrs. George L. Royal returned the Stone, Alfred Southard, Mamie
station at Belle Glade next week. Dr.
first of the week from Canoochee, Trice, Mamie Johnson, Eleanor I
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse E. Elliott of Daane is planning the visit in detail
Georgia, where they attended a fam- Selee, Josephine Digges, Jon Vic and I ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
Mrs. H. that all parts of the station may
Canal ,Point visited Mr. and .so
ily reunion celebrating the 89th Douglas Emanuel, Annette Simpson, REQUEST
C,.Kolstad Sunday.Mr. birthday of their grandmother, Mrs.G. Lawrence Guthrie, Gloria and Betty,I be visited and its operation explained -

H. Brown. This remarkable and McDuffie and Bobbie Topper. by the various department heads. C.: E. STEBEL
and The station is maintained by the
and Mrs. W. F. Simpson delightful old lady visited in South

Mrs. Olin Carleton spent Sunday in Bay and Clewiston last year, and MRS. STEWART, 1ffiS.VRIGHT State of Florida University Exten- Electrical Contracting
TEA sion division, and experiments continuously -
West Palm: Beach. "friends of the family' in this section HOSTESSES AT AFTERNOON
with agricultural productsand PHONE 2121
join in extending congratulations to
Mrs. H. O. Peters and daughter,
The home of Mrs. Elbert Stewartwas live stock.
her her 89th PAHOKEE FLORIDA
on anniversary. ,
LaDeen, are spending this week vis- attractively decorated with The visit will be the fourth such

iting relatives in Leesburg.Orel CHOIR MEMBERS ARE GUESTSAT quantities of spring flowers Wed- trip for the classes, whose members Agent for

afternon for which have previously visited the sugar
nesday the ,tea at
Mrs. Stewart and Mrs. Frances M. mill, the local cane laboratory and I
ited his son, Ivan Van Horn and I
Wright entertained a large numberof the levee project. AND
:Mrs. Van Horn here Sunday. J. E. Beardsley, director of the RANGES
friends. Easter lillies, gladioli, APPLIANCESNew
choir of the Community Church, en- NEW BULLETINS FOR SCIENCE
carnations and other mixed bou-
Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. tertained members of the choir at ,

a T. A. Burt and John Burt spent dinner at the Clewiston Inn on quets were arranged in the living About forty new bulletins have

S I : Tuesday in Fort Myers.Mr. Tuesday evening.The room Pouring, sun at porch the attractive and dining tea alcove.table been added to the reference shelf in 1N. :...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N'N NN 1N. :NN11. :N1.:11:..:N.
guests, all of whom were par- the Science laboratory this week y
and Mrs. :Wade Wlnn of Belle ticipants in the Easter Cantata given during the first hour were Mrs. Ed- and are available for pupils' use at :;: and UsedFURNITURE :;:
ward W. Digges and Mrs. F. Deane ;;
Glade were dinner guests of Mr. and at the Church Sunday evening, v y
Mrs. Arthur H. King Sunday. were Miss Mae Drew', Miss Marion Duff; they rere relieved during the
second hour by Mrs. Malcom W. _!. :_:
Leydig, Mrs. Charles F. Trainor
Mrs. F. R. Maxwell and son, Van Mrs. Mark R. Lawler, Mrs. V. A. Allen Bigg and Mrs. '0. F. Schiffli. Miss LEGAL NOTICESIN f

Bush, were: visiting relatives in Mi- Mrs. Fred J. Nebiker, Mrs. I. Vilma Rhodes and' Miss Eva Mae y y

ami Wednesday.Mrs. M. Pafford, R. N. Smith, F. M. Greene Invited assisted to call in during the dining the room.hoursof THE CIRCUIT COURT, <:: BELLE GLADE |:

Wright, Marshall E. :Yenawine and TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
Hubert Land and son, Gene, M. P. Peterson. four to six were Mrs. T. A. Burt, FLORIDA IN AND FOR HENDRY I :I!:. FURNITURE COMPANY I:!:
returned Wednesday from a visit of Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. W. K. COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.

several days with Mr. and Mrs. J. MRS. ALSTON :WINS HIGH Downs, Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. J. W. :i: ::: -

H. Doty in LaBelle.tie. SCORE AT TRAINOR BRIDGEMrs. Ezelle, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. M. ANNA MAY TURPEN, ) .;. Belle Glade, Florida
P. Peterson, Mrs. Paul Irons, Mrs. Complainant, ) v y
,j William 1 vs. ) :: Next Door To Theatre :::
Mrs. Earl Fontaine of Tampa and Charles F. Trainor entertained W. M. Redelsheimer, Mrs. X

Mrs. James P. Percy of Palm Beach delightfully in honor of Miss Cowart, Mrs. M. E. VonMach M. Pafford, Mrs. VERNOn Defendant.LLOYD TURPEN, )) X,:1111 N N N:N:N:..:..:N:N:N:H N:..:N:1.:N N:N N:N:N:M:1.:.
are house guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. Evelyn McArthur and Mrs. W. E. Grover Poole, Mrs. I. BILL FOR DIVORCEIt

J. B. Scharnberg this week. McArthur with a bridge party at Mrs. D. Jenkins Williams, Mrs. H. appearing by affidavit appended -

her home. Mrs. Dave Alston and A. Bestor. to the sworn Bill of Complaint

Miss 'Frances Morgan of West Mrs W., F. Simpson tied for high Mrs. William; H. Mills, Mrs. R. in the above entitled cause that the

Palm Beach arrived Sunday for a score, Mrs. Alston winning the cut Selee, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs.. C.V.. defendant Vernor Lloyd Turpen is a You Wreck 'Em
McDonald, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, I non-resident of the State of Florida;
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.' for high score prize. Mrs. Munroe
A. L.. Morgan. won cut, and Mrs. ,John B. Dottererwon Mrs. Olin Carleton, Mrs. E. C. Mills, that there is no person in the State I We Fix 'Em

consolation prize. Miss McAr- ,Irs. M. H. Crouch, Mrs. J. F. Mc- of Florida. the service of process in I
would bind
'Lure Mrs. C. F. Goodman, Mrs. Chancery upon whom I PAINTING BODY AND
H. J. Schroeder spent Sunday with thur and Mrs. McArthur were pre- the said defendant.It -
relatives in Stuart. Mrs. Schroeder sented with attractive guest prizes. Keathley Bowden, Mrs. H. C. Kol- is thereupon' ordered that the FENDER WORK:

;_. and little Joe returned with him after Other guests included Mrs. J. W. i stad, Mrs. Gayle McFadden, Mrs. W. defendant, Vernor Lloyd Turpeir be I TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY

a week's visit there. I Ezelle, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. R. 'C. Owen, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. PC. and appear to the Bill of Complaintin

N. Smith Mrs. B. C. Flaniken and H. Collins, Mrs. A. N. Gallant, Mrs.R. said cause on or befora the 6th

Miss Madge Hull of LaBelle was Mrs. Campbell E. Nail. Tea guests D. W'hiddon, Mrs. Mark Lawler, day of May, A. D. 1935, otherwisethe Done by An Expert
I Mrs. Leah Spicer, Miss Marion Ley- ,allegations of said Bill of Com- Courteous Service
in Clewiston Wednesday afternoon, were Mrs. Mark Lawler, Mrs. R. H.
attending the tea given at the homeof Collins: and Mrs. Olin Carleton. dig, Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Mrs. Fred plaint will be taken. as confessed by I Work Guaranteed

Mrs.' Elbert Stewart.Mr. .. Hendriksen, Miss ;Gynna Hendriksen said defendant.It Prices Reasonable.
is further ordered that the
MRS.: E/ELLE'S BUFFET I above notice be published in tho

and Mrs. W. H. Gary of Ma- SUPPER FOR BRIDGE CLUB I Mrs, M. E. Yenawine, Mrs. C. H. Clewiston News, a newspaper pub PIONEERService

con, Georgia, were guests of Mr. and Berner, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. A. lished in said County and State, once
O. Ward, Mrs. R. Y. Ptterson, Mrs.J. week for four consecutive weeks.
Mrs. J. F. McLure for several days Mis. J.V.. Ezelle entertained a StationBELLE
this week. members of her bridge club Wednesday A. McGehee, Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs.A. Done and ordered at LaBelle,

-- evening with a buffet supper, A. Munroe, Mrs. Ivan VanHorn, Florida, this 14th day of March A. GLADE PHONE 10

Mrs. E. L. Stewart and nephew, followed by bridge. Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs.. H. J. Ogles- D. 1935. Wrecker Service at All Hours

Jack Moorman, returned Sunday Mrs. H. R. Hall was presentedwith by, Mrs. R. T. Mitchell, Mrs. Simpson (SEALVILLIAM T. HULL Court., -

from Tallahassee where they spenta a.tray for high score prize; Mrs. A. W. Sias, Mrs. E. J. H. A. RIDER Clerk, Circuit iIoj;

few days with Mr. Stewart. Mrs., Dave Alston a box of powderfor Rogero, Mrs. J. E. Butler,. Mrs. E. B. Solicitor for Complainant.

second high, and Mrs. I. M. Paf- Butler, Miss Livonia Cougdon, Miss No. 56-March 22-29, April 5-12-19. ,1.H.11.N.N.N.11. /.N.N.N1N. .1i.11.X111. ..:.N.N'N. 1.N.N Ni1. ...

Mrs. A. L. McKenzie, Sr., of MI- ford a novel bridge pencil for cut Mae Drew, Miss Dorothy Lockhart, :!: EVERGLADESFUNERAL ::
ami, spent a few days in Clewistonthe prize. Mrs. Todd Fulmer, Mrs. H. H. Turner .s'

latter part of the week visiting Playing were Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. A. H. Davis, Mrs. G. B. :_!:: 3:
Mr. and Mis. F. A. McKenzie and Rackstraw LudekinsMrs.
Mrs. M. E. Yenawine, Mrs. I. M. Mrs. Martha y :

her other sons here. Pafford, Mrs. G. C. Poole, Mrs. H. Wilfred Lockhart, Airs. J. E. :;: HOME :

R. Hall, Mrs. C. W. McDonald. Mrs.D. Beardsley, Mrs. L. H. Robbins Mrs.C. .

E-, -:-- Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Turner spent G. Alston and Mrs. Ezelle. E. Robbins, Mrs. O.' A. Jones { Treatment ExplaIns the whleh marvelous re brioping JYlI1ard X

Sunday visiting friends in Okeecho- Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. J. F. Tip- money-back amazing relief.IIuaranteaPRICELESS Sold Ironclad :;:, Licensed Funeral Directors .?.
bee Charles' Turner returned with Mrs. Z. Meredith Mrs. C, y
THE COMMUNITY: : CHURCH pey G. INFORMATIONfor and Embalmers :::
them after a few days' visit with Sunday, April 28, 1935: E. Miner, Mrs. Tom Toulis, Mrs. G. thoso Buffering from :s:: I

friends there. Rev. D. Jenkins Williams, Minister H. Small, Mrs H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. dS STOMACH OR DUODENA- J :;:' Ambulance Service X
-- W. P. Vaughn, Mrs. W., P. Vaughn, + 4SSS6TIONRACIDDDYSPEPSIA.,
Professor George B. Stanley attended 9:45 a. m. Sunday School. Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr., Mrs. Jose- SOUR.HEARTBURN STOMACH, GASS1NESS. CONSTIPATION -- I f 328 .:.
a meeting of the Florida 10:45 a. m. Junior Church. phine Knight, Mrs. J. K. Mowry, BAD BREATH, :!: CLEWISTON, PHONE .:.
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iii'iii'r f" OUR COMIC SECTION kindergarten organization.In contact all educators Is with It a bi'dges vital:young who unit the have of children gap school come be- overseas always distances Vessels Not loLg expedient In under are ago parts occasionally a their twin-screw to because'send own them It power.shipped passenger Is long not-- '9(_ .

tween the home and the school
constructed In England
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was shipped in pieces to Lake Albert
tered Individual Into an altruistic
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tonnage 2SO.-London An
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use his hands properly, given ;
laxative-three for cathartic.
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LoOKINCs SHABY NO __ CLOTHS'couRSE what is called a reading readiness, :,

1 U29.oLi 2 taught to speak distinctly, and to Agriculture Displaced
make the best of his
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concentration More important, perhaps ployer In Florida, now ranks In sec ,
than any other value, he ad- ,
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r. %" Justs himself to school life with Its of ."
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a 'gentleman and'his wife want three "Yes," replied Senator Sorghum,

furnished rooms for light housekeep "lie kept at It till! he got hold of a live
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tool And it not only has a delicious flavor 1es r
with a gaest. who was a business acquaintance
but it's nourishing. One dishful, with .
of dad's, all ready to enjoy .
milk or cream, contains more varied nourishment
the meal, when the five-year-old son
than many a hearty meal. Try it-your ,;
blurted out: "Why. mothpr. this Is
'roast beefJ"! grocer has itl!Grape-Nuts Flakes is a product of

"Yes," answered the mother, "whatof General Foods.

you like'to go to "Well pop said this morning that he

heaven, Jlnmile. and wear a nice gold was going to bring a big fish home for
crown? dinner tonight."-Detroit Free Press. riTJii

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put it on. Getting Rid of it

Boy-Will ion change this- quarter. + Ciitlciira, oiiitmeiit I $

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fortune was started by a man who want It changed? pimples,eczema and other skin irrita

fclmply; profited by other people's mis Hoy-My mother thinks it Is counter .riend-llollestl, I can't make anything I I I tions. Then rely upon the regular use
t31, s. felt. of this '
out of jour paintings. simple treatment to soothe and
(Julggle How could that ,be? Painter-That's my trouble too. I protect your akin
l'eewit-lle invented the little rub Nice Fellow
Soap 2Sc. Ointment 3Sc anG34c.
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something about Good Friday, James? Mother-:-Danny, did you count ten
An Addled Ad James-I'es'm; he was the fellow before you hit the other boy t perfect sM ii treaf tiieiit
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I Member of Faculty Moody Bibleinstitute Order. until he reaches his dotage and modern applications of the science
II of Chicago.. to with each
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with that which normally encirclesthe their scars. At the Hospital for Facial -
the road or at his Job, there Is
THE HOLY SCRIPTURES face. Otherwise, with air pres- Injuries at Sidcup, famed for the -
need for him to be constantly
now no
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reminded of his misfortune.
LESSON TEXT-II Timothy 3:14-17; face, the perfect fit may be lacking. lies, 19,000 men have been given new
skill of the plastic offers a
Psalm 19:7-14. surgeon Condemned, it seemed, to a lifelong faces.-London TitBits.DON'T .
O how love 1 thy of from disfigurement.
GOLDEN TEXT- way escape. ,
term of poker-face despair, the nerve
law! It Is ,my meditation all the day.- Ten months ago a twelve-year-old
his facial muscles r
Psalm 119:97.: controlling having
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Gave Us.JUNIOR. rible facial injuries In an accident,
free skill In
by'a plastic surgeon's NEGLECT
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replanting a nerve from his thigh on
Us.INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- modern surgery has given her, literally the site of the old one In his face, YOUR KIDNEYS !

IC-How to Use the Bible. a new face. It began to function after thirty days,
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- ,In- another case a young society and he is able to kidneys are not working
IC-Inspiration and Authority of the now again laugh your
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; r I I. The Origin or Source'II( Tim. about the face that to her nearest body-Juggling too intricate for these frequent urination, swollen feet and
lll :16). friends she was unrecognizable. Aft- ankles; feel lame, stiff, "all tired
experts. With exquisite precision, the out" use Doan's Pills.
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Iql moved by the Holy Ghost" (II Pet. 1 : from grafts taken from her legs. thiskness of tissue from his patient's all druggists.

i 21). When Paul declares the Scriptures Then he removed a portion of her back, or borrows 'a cartilage:from :
scalp and fashioned a new pair of 804ft'S PILLSiCLASIED
to be God-breathed he means a leg to rebuild a nose. ,
that the utterances resulted frum God's ,eyebrows; while to her back he went His latest: triumph Is to regraft a i

breath In men's mouths. Because they for a skin flap to build a hew upper fingernail, taking the middle third of
are God-breathed they are the veritable Up. Finally, he filled In the gaps In

words of God. The holy Scriptures not her face with grafts from her arms.

only contain the word of God, but they Today this girl, as a result of twen- QUICK RELIEF II o ADS II

are In verity the message of God to ty-five separate grafts, is consideredeven

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: the divine standard of conduct. In the next step was to transplant flesh
A pleated sleeve and contra-posed Holy Bible alone Is to be found this from the man's chest and restore his Modern Science Has Developed a perma-

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was forced to stop very suddenly In God's Word endures forever. God

a suburb, with the result that the cannot lie. It makes wise the simple.
car got out of control for a moment Common men and women as to natural] < (

and ended within an, inch of a lamp- gifts become wise even In the ,rightful

\ : post on the other' side of the road things of the world, because of their 1'L

o A policeman strolled up mastery of the Word of God. : ,

: "Well," he said to the driver! "you 3. It Is right. The precepts and judg-

got a nice skid there, sir." ments, of the Lord are expressions of V

"Pardon me," said the young man. absolute righteousness because they YouR1Rou6l-E MAY SHUCKS..COff CURSES IBE I
haughtily "but this God and M'1 GROUCI4! GAYAW1ELL HIM NEVER HURT ME//
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Obedience thereto brings great reward.IV. i "' KNEW coffee was bad for

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4,44. 19:12-14). : it could hurt me/

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cries out for I. RIGHT..NO TO POSIUM HE'S BEEN f; a' nerves, causes indigestion or
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reveals the Imperfections of the WE'RE BEGINNING .
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High schol has been added to the People.? B. E. Herring. corner of the country.Unseasonable to be the greatest foreign investorsIn
I China, their
(Continued page 5) school library through efforts of Song,-Carlton Prevatt. weather, the natives investments being
about five times those of the United
tor, Bobby Patterson, Charles ,Rob- Mrs. Barney Thomas and Mrs. W. "Planning the School Child's call it, but If you"ask'me, it's States.
erts, Ed Clark and Merrell Lowe. C.' Prewltt, two of the faculty mem- Summer",-Mrs. A. V. Southard. just plain "unbearable.
The awards are a "C" of Royal blue The program was arranged by
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felt, solidly embroidered In white bers.The Miss Eva Mae Green. The only book possessed by Eski- ,
chenille 'and are very goodlooking.The books were purchased from annual fishing contest stagedby mos of Labrador, printed In their C
boys are very proud of their funds which were obtained from a I FIRST STEEL WORK E. Parkinson and Son, will take own language, has been the Bible.
basketball letters.It benefit movie a short time ago. The STARTED IN GATE place this year a full month earlier
was originally planned for R. pupils extend their appreciation to 'than heretofore. The average Income per monthto
L. Dosh, who has ably and generously Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. Prewitt for I (Continued from page 1) May first marks the opening of the Federal Government from
coached the team this winter, to the grand addition to the library. concrete poured, other than by the the contest; which will award prizesto beer taxes has been $14,860,000 or
make the presentations, but he left I use of wheel-barrows and shovels, the winners in this section. about $178,000,000 annually.A .
for Miami before the date set for I'.-T. A. INSTALLATION should make it a point to see the
the presentation. The boys on the AT MEETING TODAY job while in action. The first operation The canvasback is one of the fastest bridge table manufacturer Is
i of all American ducks, and am- putting out a product with
team had purchased a set of ebony takes place a thousand feet a
brushes as a gift for Coach Dosh, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, retiring president -I from the scene of the actual pour- I ong the most famous. moisture-proof top.
and were planning to present it at of the P.-T. A: will install the ing, and passes through many
the chapel exercises. The gift Is being i newly elected officers at the regu- stages and many mechanical devices J'
forwarded to Miami to Mr. Dosh lar P.-T. A. meeting to be held this before the actual placement of the o T T T" YO" .
as a token of gratitude and esteem afternoon in the school auditorium. concrete takes place. Once placed, it R HOME IS YOUR CASTLE
from the Clewiston basketball team. The meeting date was postponed Is not "puddled" or "tromped" as Admit only clean, constructive news by reading
from last Friday, 'because of church is usual, but more surely settled by o THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITORA
COOKS FOR JR. HIGH ARE services, and the school holiday. the use of electric vibrators. I. Daily Newspaper for the Home
ADDED TO SCHOOL LIBRARYA Other numbers on the programare It gives all the constructive world news but doe. not exploit crim. end
: cendil Has interesting feature pages for all the family on Women'sActivitie.
., Homemaking, Gardens, Education and Books. Alto page for
group of books especially chos- "The Contribution of the Church the Children and Young Folkj. Vigorous editoraU' and an interpretation of
O in the "March of the I' auona"
new Column
are of special interest to men.
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