The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 19, 1937
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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k. Watercade to be Entertained Here Monday NightOpening .1


of Florida's One and Only State To Give Toxoids Dance At, Inn And Visit To Sugar 4

To Children at School

Cross State Canal Foreshadows Free immunization-- against dip- House Is Planned By Local l

theria, typhoid and smallpox will he

Improvement of Stuart offered to school children and to pre- Chamber of Commerce

children next Wednesdaywhen
school age ,..
Dr. Leland H. Dame of the
: And Ft. Harbors
Myers state board of health will be In Clew- Clewiston Tennis Club Transportation

iston to administer toxoids and vac- :;
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(By Edwin A. Minninger in Stuart ; cination to all children whose par- Organized Last MondayThe To Be
Daily News 'Complimentary Waterway Dr 'Williams Resigns ents wish them to have this protec- Providedw

tion against disease.Dr. .

--Issue.-') | As Pastor of Church Dame's visit Is scheduled to organization of the Clewiston For VisitorsThe j jI

.' Completion of Florida's one and begin Wednesday morning, March tennis club was effected at a meetingof I
i' 24th at 9 A. M. and parents are requested -
(l only cross-state can marks the real- : Dr. D. Jenkins Williams, pastor of enthusiasts held at the city hall, I Clewiston Chamber of Commerce "'
to return the consent slips
ization of a dream. The idea of sucha : the Clewiston Community Church, here last Monday night. I has completed its plans for in- ';;

channel to link three great natural tendered his resignation to the session properly signed before that time. Zerney G. Meredith was elected formal entertainment of ,the 200 or
These slips have been distributed to president of the club with J. F. Cur-
waterways-the St. Lucie River on (i .of the church at its meeting more visitors expected to take partin
all school children and must be sign-
the East Coast, the vast expanse-of Monday night and requested that action ry as team manager, Mrs. A. L. I the Watercade next Monday and _

Lake Okeechobee, (or Mayakka, as I,I I be ,taken on it so that he maybe ed by the parents before the the District child Hackett as secretary and treasurerand Tuesday when the official opening of
Health Officer can give
it was known half a century agoI) i||I relieved of his duties by the mid- A. L. Hackett as assistant secretary the watercade from Stuart on the
the immunization.
and the sweeping Caloosahatchee on I dIe of April. and treasurer.A I .
I the Atlantic to .:Fort Myers on the Gulf 4
Dr. ,Dame will give diptheria
rules committee of A.
the Gulf coast goes back to the: Dr. Williams, who has served the 8'years of composed of Mexico will take place. The open ?'
toxoid to children under
I L. Hackett, W. C. Prewitt, C. E.
days when white men first, settled '
I i church for three successive winters, Children the of eight I' ing marks the completion of the ;
over age
age. Robbins I. M. Pafford
the south half of the peninsula. But was ap- '
gave as his reason for resigning the the waterway provided by the Lake Okee-
and enrolled in grades through
problemsthat_ early thinkers never]I[ fact that the growth of the church L the Schick test :pointed by the chair to draw up chobee-Caloosahatchee flood control <,1
sixth will be given ;
rules and regulations to the
dreamed of arose to puzzle the em- i; justifies a full-term pastor, and he the toxoid govern and navigation project. .r
if returns are positive,
pire builders, and the formal dedica- can spend only seven months of the club.W. '
I The waterway will be officially J
will then be given. Small 'pox vac- C. Prewitt acted as temporary
tion in March 1937 of the waterwayfrom ''
in Florida. Dr. and Mrs. Williams -
year cination find typhoid immunization dedicated at ceremonies to be con- "
chairman during the election of of- '
Stuart to Fort Myers, signalizesin
first came to Florida for the will be given to all children through ficers. ducted at East Locks of the St. Lucie ::1

realty the culmination of achieve- benefit of Mrs. Williams' health, and the ninth grade who desire them. I Canal, seven miles west of Stuart, 2:
interest has been revived in
ments almost
stretching over fifty they returned ,each for five :,1
morning. Daniel C. Roper,
Dr. Dame will also immunize Pre- the popular of tennis since the Monday ::
years.It months at their summer home in of Commerce, designated ]
school age children whose parents completion of three new courts at Secretary ;
was back in the days of Governor Dousman, Wisconsin. bring. them to the school building at the recreation park. !I by President Roosevelt as his personal :

B. ,Broward that first steps were During the three years that Dr. the time -of his visit. representative at the celebration ..yl

taken: to reclaim the Everglades. It Williams has served the local, churchit Miss Lucyle Lunsford, county DEBATE PLANS BEING MADE will dedicate the new waterway. '

was in those years that Isham Ran-" has grown from 'a group of 37 nurse, will be present to assist Dr. Among the dignitaries expected ;1

dolph was called to make the survey members to approximately: 120 members Dame. Jimmy' Hall, Ed Clark and Bob are Secretary Roper, Senator and t

that guided the 'Glades reclamation, II and Dr. Williams feels that it Patterson will represent the Clewis- Mrs. Claude D. Pepper, Congressman .' '

project of the next quarter century, need the ):eal'-round'servlaes of the Stubbs Suggests Cut ton High School in the annual debate and Mrs. Mark Wilcox, Congressman ,:

and although Browaid and Randolph I same minister. with the LaBelle High School and Mrs. J. .Hardm Peterson, Col. :

are all but forgotten, their two names I Dr. and Mrs. Williams Ifcare the One Ass't AttorneyRoy I I to beheld in Clewiston on the even- and :Mrs. Earl North, General and .y..,

stand out as the far-sighted leaders i! first of May each year, but due to i ing of' April 5th. Mrs. E. M. Markham, Gen. and .Mrs. ,>

who started what the rest of us are the fact that they will attend the The subject for debate is "Resolv-', B. ,Pillsbury and Col. Warren T. '::

finishing. Presbytery to be held in Tarpon D. Stubbs, state's attorney for ed, that universal military training 'Hannun. .

Actually, neither Broward or Randolph Springs during April, Dr. Williams the Twelfth Judicial Circuit, is sug should be adopted between the ages ::

,.'.. ever gave much thought to thej' requested that he be released so that gesting to ,the governor and legisla- of 18 and 21". The Clewiston school Although Governor Fred P. Cone :,
will probably be unable to attend :
, e., possibility of ,cross-state navigation. lie could continue his -journey north tors ,that the number of assistant issued the challenge to 'the LaBelle '
due to the press of state affairs, just ':
They 'were interested in controllinga from Tarpon Springs, and not return state's attorneys for this circuit be school 'which was accepted and the ,' of the state ,:
prior to the opening i
gigantic lake that had no natural for the two, remaining weeks of Ap reduced from two to one. The last I I visiting school ichose the negativeside legislature, the' state of Florida will ?'. :.;

outlet to the sea, and by exercisingsuch ril. legislature, provided for redistricting, of the question.The cabinet ,:"
be represented by several :
control through a series of Dr. and Mrs. Williams' are among the state into judicial circuits and chairman and judges for the
members, J. M. Lee, state comptroller -
great canals, they hoped to throw the comimunity's most beloved citizens the statute also provided a stats j I debate will be chosen by consent of :j"
,' W. V. Knott, state treasurer, Nathan "
open to cultivation the richest farm- and have done much for the attorney and two assistants for this'_ both schools at a later date, and will agricul- .
Mayo, commissions
ing land in the United States-the upbuilding and the pleasure of the circuit. Mr. Stubbs, as state's at- be, announced prior to the debate.
ture and, Cary D. Lantis, attorney "
muck, lands of the Everglades. The town as a whole. Their work in the torney is in position to, know the I :)
general. '
dream of these pioneers was rudely Church has been responsible, for its needs of the circuit and his request) FINAL WORK DONE ON PAVINGOF 1
To the delight of Clawiston resi- ;:
shattered by circumstances far be- phenomenal growth during the past seems justified.An ROAD TO SUGAR MILL
dents, and particularly the U. S. En-
yond their conception of control, and :'hree years. A feeling of deep regret open letter to the governor and '
gineer force, Captain and Mis. Richardson ;:
but for the terrible hurricane of has spread through the c community, legislators has been issued ''by Mr, The state road department crew Selee have accepted all. in i"j"

1928 that drowned 3,000 hapless! as those who have been associated Stubbs as follows: has completed the placing of slagon ebrr.-
in the
tation to participate ce
residents of the Glades by literally with him in Church work and those the road from the hIghway to the ,.
Fort Myers, Florida, tion. Captain Selee was in charge of
dumping Lake Okeechobee in their) who have known him in other ways .' sugar house; the bridge is completeand j
March 17th, 1937. the sub-office of U. S. Engineers'during -
laps, the Everglades might conceiv-" have learned of his decision to leave. the road opened permanently to '
To: large part of the levee and
ably have gone back to the Indians. Dr. W G. Kennedy of Fort Myers traffic this week.
The Governor, project. ',
But, it was the same great will assist the local session in securing and Only details of finishing and set- waterway. '/
Among the larger boats expected
tune- of danger- and- death, that miso1'-1 a new minister. Senators and Representatives ting grass on the shoulders remainto to take prominent part in the water- '

ed, national .attention to the Everglades -i representing the Twelfth be completed. cade are those of Barron G. corner: ,i

put $20,000,000 of federal I Kiwanis Club Meets Judicial Circuit: the Trustees of the Internal Im- ,1

government, funds into the picture Gentlemen Tomato Outlook provement Fund, t"o. 75-foot coast ,

'to prevent future disasters, and opened -'I At Home of PresidentThe Assistant State Attorneys.The guard patrol boats to be provided by .'.:

the navigable waterway from Twelfth Judicial Circuit of Exceedingly Bright I Capt. Cecil Gabbett of Jacksonville!, j

Stuart to Fort Myers that is to be the State of Florida consists of eight and another from Commander R. M.'i..,
Clewiston Kiwanis ,Club met
formally r dedicated in March. With a counties, and therefore Chapter I United :States Naval ::
I for its luncheon meeting at the homeof Fortson, of the :
flourish, Uncle Sam has completedan President : 16784 Section 1 of the Act of 1935, The outlook for a spring tomato Reserve ,Station at Jacksonville. ,::'.
I. M. Pafford Wednesday
8-foot channel, from 80 to 200 in the Clewiston teritory, which "
this. Circuit has Two Assistant State crop Several boats from Tampa and :
evening, and most of the luncheon
feet wide, across Florida from the I fee went into the barbecue fund- Attorneys. As State Attorney, of this i extends roughly from ,Benbow Farms from Fort Myers will also cross the :N;

Atlantic Ocean to the Gulf of Mexico. 'or the benefit of the RecreationPark Circuit since its creation by the last![. on the north to Lake Harbor on the state to Stuart to make'the trip with

I Dyke ,protection of the Ever- Legislature I am of course familiar I[: Southeast, is exceedingly bright, the watercade and a large number 'iJ

.. glades, plus water control by newS : with the work of the Circuit, and I with about 1200 acres planted and?I of boats from Miami and other East ,
Report of the Barbecue and Fish
methods, may make possible the solution feel it is my duty to-officially acquaint [i maturing nicely. Coast cities are also expected. .'
"ry were not complete, as three members J
of the State's reclamation the Governor and Members of harvested this that the boats will
\ to whom tickets had ]been given The acreage year Due to the fact ,
problem, but that is another story !'I, 'for sale were out-of-town and could the Legislature with the fact that the I will be close to the acreage harvested be arriving in Clewiston from the

Certainly the Glades have staged a' not report. A large crowd attended work of this Circuit does not require i last year, despite a damage from middle of the afternoon till dark ('I'

marvelous comeback since UncleSam's .he barbecue the more than one Assistant State At high water in February of approxi- later, no formal ceremonies have
and enjoyed sup-
intervention, and new leaders!' per served picnic style and the program torney. A saving to, the taxpayers of : mately 40% of the planted acreage. been planned. The watercade Will

are rising to carry on the traditions of entertainment it. $250.00 each month, and whatever Tomato plants were set out much later spend the night here, and the Chamber -

of Conners, Bryant & Greenwood, The following traveling expenses might 'be incur-I' this year than last, ''so the harvest of Commerce has arranged to 'T
of the barbecue
expenses were
:Dahlberg, Sherman and a thousand rather heavy and the sum realizedfor red by said assistant State,'Attorney, : should cover several weeks of late extend the hospitality of the city to
others who have dreamed of empire. be effected amendment; visitors. Guest cars
the park fund will not be large. can by an spring. its distinguished
Construction of the St. Lucie Canal said Act to provide for only one boats at the city dock:
At ,Wednesday's meeting plans There has been no cold damage to will meet all
began in 19,21 when the fact dawned Assistant State Attorney in the visitors with an
were discussed for a joint meeting the tomato crop and if weather con- and will provide op-
on the Everglades pioneers that with one of the East C ast'clubs in Twelfth Judicial Circuit., ditions continue favorable the tomato : -I portunity to make a tour of the town

.... (Continued on page I I ,the district, and the secretary was deal may bring in splendid money

e:t:j S. D. D. AWARDSCONTRACT I I instructed to try to arange a date ROY D. STUDBSState's returns at the close of a very medi-, United States Sugar Corporationwill :

_. FOIl CLEANING OF CAN'AJI I j for an evening meeting, sixteen of Attorney Twelfth ocre farming and trucking season. have special guides available to
the Judicial Circuit, Florid I escort visitors through its sugar-
Clewiston members
__ I I having .
I house. A dance, to which all
The I Inified their intention of making the ?
Sugarland Drainage District
I COMMUNITY CHURCH SUCCEED MISS LOCK If ART')I watercade visitors will be given a

awarded contract Monday to the F. trip.Mrs.. i guest, card, will be given at the
I M. M. Prpwitt gave several 1
". C. Morgan Company of Indianapolis: delightful readings which the KI-: Palm Sunday, March 21, ,1937 Miss Victoria Curtis of Lake i I Clewiston Inn by the Chamber of
Indiana, for extensive amount of I
the Sacrament of Hi-Hatters
wanians Sunday evening Commerce, the popular
enjoyed. Wales is completing the school termas
cleanout and rehabilitation work on the Lord's Supper will be celebratedat dance orchestra from Lake Worth
ftf" canals and drainge ditches in they I instructor of English in the Clew-
;' GOOD 7:30: p. m. At this service also will provide music.It .
( : d, district, located south and west of ST MARGARET'S FRIDAY CHURCHThe AT new members will be publicly receiv- iston school, taking the position vacated is expected that practically all
e, Clewiston. I ed. The public is earnestly and cordially -! by the resignation of Miss Dor- boats will have sleeping accomoda-

Some work of the same nature is public is cordially invited to invited to attend this Easter. othy Lockhart. tlons for Its passengers, but arrange-

done each spring in anticipation of; attend the devotion known as the season. communion service Miss Curtis, holds the Bachelor 06 ments will be made to care for

the rainy season, but this' year the I "Watch of the Passion" to be observed On Friday evening, March 26th Arts degree from the Florida State guests In private homes if necessary

.,', canals and ditches are to be givena I publicly in above church onilood (Good Friday) the chorus choir will College for Women, and is well qual- On Tuesday morning the water-':

complete cleanout and reshaping,; Friday afternoon from 2 'til .3, give the Easter Cantata "The Cru ified for the position. The school cade will proceed to Moore Havoa .\

1 which will increase :their efficiency larch 26. Palms will be blessed and: cifixion" by Stainer. This service will feels itself fortunate in securing her and enter the Caloosahatchee Canal,

In caring for',the water of excessive distributed this (Palm), Sunday at be repeated on Easter morning,' for the remaining weeks of the press? arriving Fort Myers Tuesday QV%

'. rainfalls ", ,." ." .' (8:15 a. m. ., I( (:March 28) at 11:00 o'clock p. m. ent term. (Continued!! on page 4)) .

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iict:24i1fthL Life's Sweetness

-v- "A MAN'S life consisteth snot
I wish'Cry much we could focus in the abundance of

the attention of and morc understanding people on the of Constant the things which he possess-

appreciation Roosevelt. eth." The land of wealth is no\
music.-Mrs. Franklin D.
the empire of peace. Joy is not

When the will present again depression be quite is REVII bounded on the north by pov-
over we never gN
the same America. We will have anew : about erty, on the east by obscurity,

.a:1d finer America.Alfred M. on the west by simplicity, and
Pi; on the south by servitude. It
Lcl.do1!. by frUua/td. ID.
As the arts of production improve Twilight of Knee Pants.SANTA runs far over these borders on

fewer people need to he employedin Western Newspaper Union. MONICA, CALIF. every side. The lowliest, plainest -'

producing! food and fibre. Unless our diplomatic group narrowest life may be the
morc'can be employed in industry Lewis and His C. I. O. Are United States Gets Meats I sweet est.-H. V. D.
must shed the half-portion
A. II'dllace -
there is Forward From Foreign Nations
breeches they've been wearingat
Greediness is natural; but not re :OU'VE got to hand it to John L.. FIGURES supplied by the Depart-
y' leaderof Commerce show that the official functions abroad, Character must stand behind
straint. It is human nature to resent Lewis. The beetle-browed
; it is not human nature to'for- the C. I. O. is going places and live stock producers who predictedthe that means others present will and support everything, the '

give.-A. A. Milne.ffJO. doing things, despite several setbacks United States would' be forcedto quit mistaking them for foot- sermon, poem, picture, play.

;w...;..,,,,,. in his plans depend on foreign meat importsthis men and start in again mistak-
li A to unionize all in- year were right. During Jan- l
dustry. The steel, uary the arrivals of foreign porkat ing them for waiters, as for- ,

ir TH S magnates are yield-' domestic ports set an all time merly.But "Eye for. an Eye"

: ing to.a. great ex- record for any month, and the imports the under-rigging doesn't The "eye for an eye" law is

!P for your cold *: tent and the threatof of meat were far in excess of make so much difference anyhow.In found in the Old Testament, Ex-

G'I I/ "! 'a general strikein those a year ago. This conditionis the best plenipo- -, odus 21:23, 24, 25: ". life for

i'I, TONBGHT that industry is blamed on the drouth and the tentiarying circles, l life, eye for eye, tooth for tooth,
With the four-year federal crop pro-
fading out. it's the top dressing I hand for hand, foot for foot, burn-

X- I Rub your chest with Pen. Carnegie Illinois gram. that counts the > > ing for burning, wound for wound,
largest Meat imports in January aggre- '
corporation, gold plated cocked stripe for stripe."
etro at bedtime.ContainsI of UnitedT gated 30,387,000 pounds, compared
,4 subsidiary : hat; the dress coat f9
)113% to 227% more medication --t rte"'' States Steel, leading with 19,922,000 in January of 1936' 'loaded with bullion;

/ ;c than any other naH L. LewIs the way, the biggest and only 7,14,000 pounds in 1935. i the bosom crossed :" ;f

4Ctionally sold cold salve concerns in that industry are grant- Dressed pork imports alone reachedthe with broad ribbons; ,
ing increases in wages and the 40 record figure of 5,580,033 pounds'compared the lapels and the

H I OLD THE faSH10NED 4aLVC WiTM MUTTON A RASE SUCT Of hour week, and agreeing to deal with 2,250,389 in January, throat latch so deco- C ,

with the unions affiliated with the 1936, and only 265,000 in 1935. rated with medals.,, ,

C. I. O. This is the first time in Heavy imports of pork continued that, alongside one Y.

45 years that "Big Steel" has recog- during the first three.weeks of'Feb- thus costumed, Sol- Irvin S. Cobb a

nized union labor as a bargaining ruary, government figures for receipts omon'in all his glory r1L

Old ,Age Is Deliberate agency for its employees. at New York indicated. Dur- would look absolutely nude. n ..
Young men soon give and soon nations .. "'
Lewis and Philip Murray, chair- ing this period foreign e e .
forget affronts; old age ,is slow -=- Coleman
shipped 2,988,500 pounds of pork to W
man of the steel workers' organizing End of the Holdout Season.

in both.-Addison. committee, 'were jubilant, but New York which exceeded importsfor T HE baseball season couldn'tstart SElF-HIATING

the Carnegie-Illinois corporation issued any February.' off properly unless a cer- I RON
The Coleman ia a sren-
an official statement that toned tain catastrophe impended before- nine aslant Lighting Iron. .

1B1W them down a bit. Edward and Wally May hand. Every, self-respecting player All and yon it lights have instantly.to do ia turn You a valve don't strike have to a match insert
OM TNEIR [1 the match inside the iron-no burned fingera.
"The company will recognize any Lease Maryland Home who made a hit last year insistson
The Coleman beats In n jiffy;is quickly rca< individual, group, or organization as more salary for this year, else for nse. Entire ironing eurfoco ia heated with
,to a copyrighted ar- point the hottest Maintains its heat even foe
the spokesmen for those employees: ACCORDING Rec- he'll never' spit in the palm of an- the fast worker.Entirely self-beating.Operates
said Philadelphia him hold- for M?on hoar. You do your ironing with less
it represents, the statement ord Edward duke of Windsor and other glove. This makes a effort in one-third lees time. Be pure your next
"but it will not'recognize any single out. The manager declares the player iron is the genome Instant-Lighting Coknaa.
Mrs. Wallis Warfield Simpson may It's the iron every woman wants. It's ft wondpr-
organization or group as the exclu- will take what's offered him and fnl tune and labor cover-nothing like it. The
live in the United Coleman is the easy way to iron.
sive bargaining agency for all em- not a cent more. This makes hima SEND POSTCARD for FREE FoW.r aad Fan DN.ea.
States after their THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO.Dept.W0315 .
ployees., in manager.But Wichita, Kuu.; .MrPtJUddpMn.
marriage early
,- little They'llall .Pa.; Los Anctlo,Calif. C315TO)
fear not one.
the status of ,
TeeNever The "Under this policy May. The duke,
JVegfecfee/ the employee representation plan is I the Record, is be in there .when the governoror

ALL-VEGETABLE CORRECTIVE likewise unchanged. It will continueas says"considering mostfavorably" the mayor or somebody winds up

0 wonder old folks talk about Nature's the spokesman for those of the .I for their to launch the first' game and tosses Today I AteHOY
N Remedy (NR Tablets), the all-vegetable who prefer that methodof the ball nearly eighteen feet in ,the
laxative.They work so gently,yet thoroughly. employees home the Cloisters,
Tbcy are so kind to the system. So refreshing collective. bargaining, which has the castle-like coun- general direction of the continent of BREAD
aad normal. So many aches and pains vanish 'k North America.
when bowels arc cleansed of their accumulated proved so mutually satisfactory try residence of Mr. Hospitals use carminatives
poison in this way-not by mere partial action throughout its existence." S s e to relieve"wind
Find out for yourself what thousands of others w r and Mrs. Sumner A. colic" caused by indi-
tare proved.Try Nature's Remedy today.Get The General Electric ,company i Parker near' Brook- Changing Style Capitals. gestion. You should .
an economical and not Paris is too. Avoid soda and
declared its willingness to discussa
25-tabtet box- c landville, Md., just HOLLYWOOD other harsh products.Try .
only 25 cents at( national collective bargaining Duke of outside of Balti- now center for fash- "RRR" which has -" -

any drugstore. agreement with the United Electric- Windsor more. The article ions, if you can believe Hollywoodand I' nodisagrecablclautiveafter effects. You will ft

Workers, a C. I. O. affiliate; and says he had options also on an estate not Paris. like it.For 90 years"RRR"has been usedto

in.Art the indications were that Lewis and in Carroll county, Maryland, At any rate, both for men and pains give due quick to relief unwise from eating.cramps Its and carminative pas-

Perfection the Appalachian coal operators and on one on,Long Island, but will women, we do originate many style ,or warming,effect expels the gas by
The true work of art is but a .stimulating certain involuntary nerves and
would be able 'to negotiate the best movie
a new take up neither. creations 'which, in muscles.Buy"RRR"at your druggist 35c.
shadow of the divine perfection.- wage and hour agreement in time "The option on the Cloisters pro- circles, frequently make the women For FREE trial size write

Michael Angelo. to avert a coal miners' strike. vides for a year's lease," the news- look mannish and the men look effeminate RAD WAY&CO.,Inc.208 F-l Centre St.N.Y.

The C. I. O. announced the formation paper says. "It gives the right to maybe that's the desired WARMTH WORKS WONDERSFOR

of the United Shoe Workers of the duke to renew the lease for two effect; an oldtimer wouldn't know INDIGESTION .

CARD'llI America with a nucleus of 20,000 additional years if the place proves about that.However.

members and went after New Eng- satisfactory. Apparently feeling there's a new hat out 1

In this modern time something land's shoe industry. Still more important certain Edward will lease his estate here for masculine wear which fas?,

wonderfully worth while can be done Lewis and his aids let it Parker has ordered improve- dates me. It is .a very woolly hat

for practically- every woman whosuffers be known that the next target of the ments to meet the 'duke's specifica- -Ja nap on it like ''an old family When you have decided" to get rid of worms.
"Dead Shot Dr. Peery's Vermifuge.One
from functional pains of C. I. 0 drive would be the textile tions." album and the crown peaks up use dose will expel them. All druggists.
menstruation. Certain cases can be .
and there'sa 60c.Vermifuge
industry. in a most winsome way,
relieved need by a taking physician's Cardui.treatment.Othersmay General Electric and some of the Death of Dr. W. T. Hornaday, rakish bunch of tail-feathers at Deer es

Cardui has two widely demon- other big concerns that yielded to a American Zoologist the back which makes it look as '
certain extent to the demands of though it might settle down any ) I
strated uses: (1) To ease the immediate WILLIAM T. HORNADAY
pain and nervousness of the C. I. O. followed the exampleof DR. minute and start laying. I think
of America's foremost nat-
the monthly period; and (2) to aid the steel companies in assertingthat one they got the idea for it from the
uralists died at his home in Stam- Gold Street. N.Y. Clfcr
Wrlchts Pill Co. 100
in building up the whole system by they still reserved the right to duck-billed platypus.
helping to ford, Conn., at the age of eighty--- .
women set more strength deal also with other unions or *
two He the first director of I
from their food.
groups of employees, and in some Civilizing Ethiopia. -
the New York Zoological park, retiring -
i cases company unions undertook to Ethiopians attempt SMALL SIZE LARGE SIZE
in'1926. Doctor Hornaday was CONQUERED
I maintain their independent' posi- their new over- 60c S' 51,20
a devoted advocate of the conservation -
tions. Furthermore President Graziani. Nobody is
lord, Viceroy
of wild life and steadily workedfor
Green and other leaders of the killed, but several individuals get
the protection of migratory fowl r
American Federation of Labor en-
bunged up.
and for federal refuges. I
tered wholeheartedly into the fight So the conquerors arrest all natives egpNC+ \
One of the leaders of the Repub-
against Lewis and his C. I. O. The lican party passed with, the deathof of Addis Ababa in whose huts A recognlud Remedy for Rheumaticand

'C ipudine latter gained strength by the decision Mark L. Requa in Los Angeles. weapons are found. They round up Neuritis sufferers. A perfect Blood
of aluminum workers at the He national committeemanfrom 2,000 "suspects" out of a total popu- Purifier. Makes thin Blood Rich o.d
New Kensington, Pa., plant.of the lation of 90,000.So Healthy. Builds, Strensth and Vigor. ,
California from 1932 1936
Relieved. to Effective Why suffer?
Aluminum Company of America to promptly 1,800 of these black Always __
close friend of Herbert Hoover
was a ,jf.\c1.Ie].RJ oN Ilcf111'.N _
renounce the federation in favor of prisoners are put to death in -:1
and for a dominant figure
NEURALGIC PAINqid4letbectlJlJe the C. I. O. years batches. In former days the fir-
in politics on the West Coast.
I 1)) In Chicago there was a strike of ing squads would have worn them-

taxicab drivers who formed a union selves to a frazzle in a rush job

..u4.: .', 1/... and sought the support of the Lewis More Prominent Russians of this. sort, but no well, who

organization. They demanded higher 'May Be Put' on Trial would deny that the machine gun

ALREADY DISSOLVED pay. DICTATOR STALIN hasn't yet is the crowning achievement of

Eight thousand ,employees of the up the Russian Communist white culture? Poison gas is also J

Westinghouse Electric and Manu- party to his own satisfac- much favored for pacifying rebel- L WELCOME TO THESOUTHLANDS

facturing company's Pittsburgh tion, and it seems probable that lious savages, and plane-bombing I
demanded 20 cent raisein likewise'has its advocates.
SORES BOILSATHLETE'S plant a per more men once
wages and it was feared they prominent e
CUTSindlTCHING, SKIN, would start a strike if the demand I. the bolshevists will i The 'Public's Short Memory. }

/f were rejected.Because go to trial as trai- FINANCIER, whose exposed de-
? 1 1-F05IFAJO... .*.1 prY. the Chrysler motor com- tors. Foremost.
/ 'Bourse CHMCAL. .Psoouas Co pany refused to recognize the United among these unfor- people's nostrils, summarily is oust-
t/, \ JACKS ONVIllf .IIOIIDA i h i coach -Iht'g + ;
his and the |Ia stage
Automobile Workers of America as tunates are Alexis ed from high place as'
amiled :
R E ) j-tweaty traveler
the sole bargaining 'agency for all Rykov, former president : .w. shadows swallow up his diminished i li' she reached Baltimorc;*
its employees, a strike was calledin of the council ; shape. A little time passes, and, lo, ;"Gateway to the South. YYa

I{ all its major units in Detroit, and of people's commissars in a new setting, he bobs up, an t< YToay Maryland's hoepi..;
: .atw R' is traditional. AwelSsmile
D 0 other plants of the company were or premier, envied if not an exalted personage. ) tahty coming Your car.,,.
D closed because of dependence on and Nikolai Buk- So-called exclusive groups welcome ';R ?-\'lYur choice oi 700 rooms;?
D "BtACit LEAF 0" Detroit production. More than 50,000 harin, former editor him in; newspapers quote him on Lir reach with bath and showcf
L. vl !
? if
:- f Keeps Dogs Away from workers were thus thrown into idle- of the government Alexis Rykov this and that; he basks again, like t, k LBarsl ei. Three! Supper Comer

cot |EvergreenSjShrubsetc. ness. Vice President B. E. Hutchinson organ Izvestia. some sleek and overfed lizard, in E I*t the Heart ol Baltimore:*1
'; II t93 Use IViTeaspoonfnl of the corporation said it appeared These two were expelled from the the sunshine of folks' toleranceyes h '! ,Your rate i* horn b3.Cbi<

t Dealer r ,, per Gallon of Spray. that "the conferences into Communist party the other day on the admiration of some. ado $6' Sia9le- ffi.

which we entered with good faith charges of anti-party activity, and No evidence that he has repentedof

i had only one purpose, namely, to it is believed in Moscow they anda his former practices; no sign of

MORNING DISTRESSis put this union in complete control score of others will soon be tried intent to repay any broken victim iflORD 1. "& I d

to acidj upset stomach. over all ,our employees, regardlessof for conspiring to overthrow the of those fiduciary operations. The y1r r"If<,' r a'GUlN Frtl Qs

Milnesia wafers (the original individual wishes." Stalin regime.For private fortune which he took with

) quickly relieve acid The union also called strike at ten years Rykov was pre- him when he quit is still all his.

stomach and give necessary the Hudson Motor Car company be- mier of the soviet union, and before And maybe there's the secret of

;rr- 4 i elimination Each wafer cause, they asserted, officials of the that, during the-'civil war, he had this magical restoration to the fa- BALTIMORE

' equals 4 teaspoonfuls! of milk concern were stalling in negotia- the job of provisioning the Red vor of the multitude.

I i of magnesia 20c,35c&60c tions on working conditions. army. IRVIN S. COBB.
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-I Building Is the TaskIt
Education Should Train IMPROVED
UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL is easier for a man to be the The Growing Man :

F Consumers of Culture architect of his own future than \v; E ARE all blind until we "
,e Carlton Parker has raised the | I Feel I could do the builder of it. see J

question as to why Florence pro- SUNDAY [Lesson clever tbin Don't annoyingly assert your That in the human plan,

duced so many artists. He tells g5. rights if it is a matter of no great Nothing is worth the making ,'

us that about 1300 Giotto painted By REV. HAROLD L, LUNDQUIST, I never try my moment. If it does not make the man, ::

a picture. The day it was to be Dean of the Moody Bible Institute test I know. Why build these cities glorious ..:'
closed Western of Chicago. Union. It is far better to fail in a good If man unbuilded goes? t
hung in St. Mark's the town Newspaper:
down and the people escorted the Perhaps its just a.s cause than to succeed in a bad We build the world in vain ....
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picture to the church. well I don't one.We Uuless the builder also grows! .
Lesson for March 21 -Edwin Markham.
Parker then suggests that we love "The Star-Spangled ;'::

.' Jshall never be able to produce Banner" because we can't get too

such artists as Florence produceduntil JOHN'S PICTURE OF'THE disillusioned familiar with it. It is too hard to Labor With Zeal ':.;

we have produced a com- TRIAL ,AND CRUCIFIXION oJ ... sing for that. .
Labor with what zeal we will, I 1
followed Giotto's pic-
pany such as LESSON TEXT -' John 19: 49. 1418. Ij rrArMD When a sociable man has a min- Something still remains undone ;
ture Unless our system can:
,25.30.GOLDEN'. ute to spare, he goes and bothers )
somehow train more effectively TEXT Hereby perceive we other who is
some man busy. Something uncompleted still, .
for consumption of culture, the the love of God. because he laid down his '
producers of culture:'will, many of life for us; and we ought to lay down our .... Marriage has been defined as Waits the rising of the sun. '?
lives for the brethren. I John 3:16. -Longfellow.CROSS. '
"all dressedup when a girl exchanges the at-
them find themselves
PRIMARY. TOPIC When Jesus Died for
but nowhere to go." VVNU Service. tentions of a dozen men for the

Us.JUNIOR TOPIC On a Hill Far Away. inattentions of one.Overburdening J,
Christ's Cross and Its Meaning for Me. TomorrowThe ''JJ.
: :J'W::: ::::: ::::: : :: : YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC- u' ; PMgatp
Christ's Cross and,Mine. more a man intends to do LOOK FOR \t

HoW Many t tt -- tomorrow, the less he does today.

Hard work is the yeast that .
: cross is accepted throughoutthe
t Pennies Your :1 world as the emblem of the : raises the dough. ,--, THIS

Christian church. The death of the If it were not for folly, it wouldbe

;\ Child's Life Son o*God for the sins of the worldis It's Good StartHe hard to define wisdom. 15C FOR 12

a focal point not only in historybut a P 2 FULL DOZEN

'0 in theology. It is for, this reason who puts his best foot .forward I AM THE FAMOUS. DEMAND P FOR25cMOTHERS ,
that we give so much study to the stands the best chance of ;.
cross and its meaning. getting there with both feet. OmClEDAR MOP. THEWORLD'S GENUINE .w ;

Calvary comes between Christmas There is always a right way to _

and Easter. Jesus came as the settle our problems, but most of MOST POPULAR

Babe of Bethlehem-God incarnatein our troubles are caused by tryingto HOUSEKEEPING HELPER. BAYER ASPIRIN J!

the flesh. He died for you and avoid that way.

: me. Death could not hold him. He I WORK FAST' HOLD THE
Where the Praise BelongsA
arose in victory. He is now at the DUST.NEVER SCATTER IT. 41 '
e. Father's right hand, an Advocate self-made man never ceases ATTnmOH \

: with the Father. He is coming io praise his maker.A I'M EASY TO WASH. \

again. Each statement is an in- strict mother often makes an \ i

Don't Try.to "Save" on Home dispensable truth! indulgent grandmother. %%cb (From: laaaci l Joe Child.to you.. 'Boudul,ploy and nenrfkyjuroena a,. .

Remedies-Ask Your Doctor The assigned text gives only a People miss a great deal' of up 4 war y.n.with Showing Halt to match tb*wry lot nerd OTW Ito ;.

portion of the moving account of wickedness by not being: at all In snort: Sun SuiU and DraMt Original "
There is one point, on which practically in !Idra Ice Boyi and Gina Kmtba'ora ;
interested it.
the trial and crucifixion of Jesus ,
all doctors That is: hav you had Ih.opportunity todroa I :!
agree. but suffices to bring before us in Anyone who doesn't like his jo your Chlidnn* nk ly oo to '
.Don'i give your child unknown remedies little.OulfUflhmnrtodtoSU3wllhand
doctor graphic contrast four pictures- will stretch a holiday into three.J1CROl9NE'. slur without!hat Sondcr/ Qiutra:!*)
without asking first.
your .
'" circular today or av fci! addrM, ,
All mothers know this. But sometimes I. Pilate-Convinced but Afraid. I omly you will want I latar

the instinct to save a few Pilate was in a most difficult posi- 1/1. ,

pennies by buying "something justas tion. To turn one way, meant to incur oIl i'

: good" overcomes caution.When'it the wrath of the Jews he gov- I I A.& I.MFG.,. CO.
Ill WCDbIDIoD A &t eta les.WHAT'S !
_.. comes to the widely used erned. To turn the other meant that

'children's remedy "milk of mag- he would be accused of disloyalty I ..

nesia" -many doctors for over half to Rome. He was' convinced that '

SL century have said "PHILLIPS." Jesus was innocent, but was afraidto r.'{ifv'{ l : 5.n Nrr f' {ri?

,For Phillips' Milk of Magnesia is the follow his own convictions. :
standard of the world. Safe for chil- ,
: Many there are who'follow in his I

dren. steps. They know what they ought to
Keep this in mind, and say "PHILLIPS' rr:
.. do with Jesus, but fear the com- .
ments of 'friends or loss of earthly

.. -tablet you form.buy.Get Comes the form now, also prefer.in advantage, and take their place 'THEY LOOK TOO 8LAMED HAPPY! THAT? YOU WANT TO GET I...J
.' But see that you get -
',1,i "Genuine Phillips' Milk of Mag- II. The Jews-Hostile and Hard- GRACE---GO TO. YOUR ROOMANDYOU, .
rI. "'.', nesia." 25{for a big box of the tablets hearted. "
;, at: drug stores. The common people heard Jesus r \.
f ; GLOOMS. .
\ FORM gladly. The" loved him and would ,<< ,o !
; Each tablet have followed him. But the Jewish
; tiny
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: leaders and those whom they had
,.' of a teaspoonful ra.r...:;;' PH+I Utps'' :
.' of genuine '" "' (r .y; Phillips' Milk, ...- hatred. \
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of Magnesia. 7 .; r.,7.u61n
,," ,->-0 J:'b They are typical of those who in l1
t UW'.... our day have long and repeatedly :
:: ti : rejected the claims of the Lord i
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: /0 :
Jesus on their lives. They have

:f;:!. DUILLIrms; MILK OF hardened their hearts against him : '..1I I

>. MAGNESIABig until they have become embittered.Paul hy
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says, "They received not
I :,{ the love of the truth that they mightbe -. ,

saved and for this God JOY Joy I
'.' /' Minds. Few Words cause .J

,. : shall send them a strong delusion, JOY JOY "'
:")' As it is the mark of great'minds that they should believe a lie" (II '::1

:.:: to say many things in a few Thess. 2:10,11). ,
..,' ':;i.'; words, so it is that of ,little minds Let those who have long rejectedthe ED MERRILL, HUH* WHAT'STHAT YOUR INDIGESTION AND SLEEPLESSNESS q
:: ; lo use words to nothing.La Saviour be warned lest also :j
: many say they 'jI
crucify afresh the Son of God.
'J III. The ''Disciples-Remembered /N SEVEN AND COULDNY IOU SD! ";j

':t, by the Saviour. v COUNTIES? SLEEP NIGHTS,

$ d The thoughtful tenderness of Jesus, YOU'D BEoGROUCHY
'.. xad 5.qroin Joqe in providing for his mother even in ;

:, ", his own hour of deep suffering, A \ ?oo!
each tablet ,
moves upon our hearts and urgesus ,
"r ,'-
to follow his example. This is a: e ITTHE---
'\'. I I hard world; let the followers of cOPSE l
Jesus be tender and kind.
In thus caring for his mother,
Jesus gives thought also to the new
1 0 responsibility of the disciple "whomhe a4ikt

o ; }} !; YOU r Miserably Nervous? loved."trust What, but'a sacred is it not and true responsible r a .k Q

r Mrs. Katie Livingston that also called and commissioned JoY
; of 216 W. Scott St., we are r sr
,; / / a Knoxville Tenn., said: by him? o
:',' ,?%> :' r "When convalescing from J
.x >;. an operation I was In a IV. Jesus-The Saviour.To .
: : oS f I" ... weakened condition. I the spotless Son
:. ,; had lost much weight, see guiltless,
'. > ; ,. of God hung the in propitiation WELL--I'VE
*, and my appetite was on cross WHY DON'T YOU 30 DAYS

.,. ."...... ,.."/.h.l poor.favorite 1 used Prescription Dr.Pierce's as I for our sins is to bring us to our QUIT COFFEE AND LATER. DECIDED TO
";,'-; .: a tonic and it surely did knees to cry as did Martin Luther, SWITCH TO POSTUM ALL RIGHT- GIVE YOU TWO
.. ." fcelp to build me up. My appetite improved. "For for !" rv; LOVE- ar
.', ? and I gained in weight and strength." Buy me, me FOR 30 DAYS, ALL RIGHT BIRDSMY !
< c.,. of your druggist today 1 New size, tablets SOc. Majestic in the assurance that he LIKE THE HAVE IT TOURDOCTOR /
r:: t I Liquid $1.00 & ?US.WNU .
'..,.'':< laid down his own life, he walks as ;. OWN WAY'1'l1

> a King in the midst of all the con- SAID?
7 11-37
.. .' '" fusion round about him.
He was
..' 1. Silent. His enemies made great

', hue and cry against him. Pilate
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>t",1 questioned him again and again. HESA CHANGED

, Few were the words he spoke, but s:<: ... MAN SINCE HE,

Don't Neglect Them! fraught with more meaning than all 60TRJDOFHISINDIGESTION YEP...

" Nature designed the kidneys to do & the words of men. AND SWITCHINGSLEEPLESSNESS
. i marvelous job. Their task:is to keep the 2. Strong. All through his life / TO POSTUM
.' flowing blood stream free of an excess of :
. i .7.: toxic impurities. The act of living--li/a and in his death one is impressedby ,: SURE WORKED
:.'. 0 itself-is the constantly producing waste his strength. All too often sacredart WONDERS
matter kidneys must remove from
the blood if good health is to endure. drawing on its imagination, FOR HIM/ '
. When the kidneys fail to function as'fll'
: presents our Lord as an effeminate .Loy y
.'(' Nature intended, there is retention of Joy
._. : waste that may cause body-wide distress. weakling. No; he was and is glor-
/). S: One may suffer nagging backache, .
.: e" : persistent headache,attacks of dizziness, iously strong. '
. .>'. getting up, nights, swelling, puOineea 3. Sympathetic. We have already YOUR MONEY BACKthe full.purchase price, plus postage! (If you live in
.' under the eyes-feel tired, nervous, all dwelt his tender love for his tf.1/, Ltd Cobourg, Ont.)
I worn out.Frequent. on IF SWITCHING TO POSUM J Canada, address General Foods ,
,scanty or burnin; passages mother. Gentleness is always an DOESN'T HELP VOL// j-> Give Postum a fair trial...d rink it for the full 30 days!

may bladder be disturbance.further evidence of Kidney or attribute of strength, not of weak- ,.,: l W-T-l Vl x-* ---*.- "''' Postum contains no caffein.lt is simply whole wheat

The recognized and proper treatment ness. 0J: If you are one of those who cannot safely and bran roasted and slightly sweetened. Postum
la a diuretic medicine to help the kidnrya fonns...Postum Cereal, the kind you
get rid of excess poisonous body waste. 4. The Saviour. When he cried drink coffee..try Postum's 30-day test. comes in two
Use Doan Pills They have had more "It Is finished," he did so in no Buy a can of Postum and drink it Instead of coffee for boil or percolate..and Instant Postum made instantlyone
than forty years of public approval. Are weak submission to an inevitable full month. in the cup. It is economical, easy to make and deli-

endorsed.Sold the at country all drug over.etoree.i .Insist oaDoan't. death. No; he had wrought out re- If...after 30 days...you do not feel better return cious. You may miss coffee at first, but after 30 days,
the top of the Postum container to General Foods, you'll love Postum for its own rich, full-bodied flavor.
demption, a complete and finished Battle Creek, Michigan, and we will cheerfully refund A General Foods product.<

1 redemption for you and for me. Copr.1937, King Features Syndicate G.F.Corp.Licensee (This offer expires June 30,1937.)

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The Clewiston NewsI I. cr, yet the welfare and progress of!which to live. 1 pect between Stuart and Fort Myers 5th day of April, 1937.

l us all is found in the single package 1 It all costs money, and there is I over a period of many years. Thous- DATED this 3 day of March, 1937. I
!I wrapped and labeled "FLORIDA." a lingering belief in the minds of ands will cheer next month as this (SEAL) WM. T, HULL, '
Clerk of the circuit Court
ubhshed every Friday in Clewiston Sectionalism and petty jealousy be-I some that posterity may not view our waterway is opened to craft of all for Hendry County, Flor- I(

1 inrida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS I tween cities and sections serve only efforts in a kindly light, 'especially kinds drawing up to 6 feet, with a ida. .',
Inc :1 to annoy and disgust the visitor. Justas when the bills come due. Perhapsit two-day celebration that will carrya By Inez Magill, D. C.

I Ii II I' the guest in your home 'can be will be just as well to let Niagra watercade from Stuart to Clewir- No. 110-Mch 5, 12, 19, 26, ,Apr. 2, :
i|made uncomfortable by eternal fam- Falls take its own good course with- ton and then to Fort Myers.

Keathley Bowden, Editor ily backbiting, so can the tourist and out congressional intervention. By Yet standing out, head and shoulders -
I prospective investor become distracted 2937 A. D. the honeymoon as an institution above all the otht rs who have IN CIRCUIT COURT, HENDRY :

nteJ'ed as second class mail mat- by the slurs and sneers cast by may be gone anyway. given part of their lives to the real- COUNTY, FLORIDA !

tor February 1, 1927, at the Post' Floridians against Floridians. Miami Herald. ization of this waterway dream, THELMA, WARIIEN, i

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under I' Keenly interesting was Garet Gar- stand two great figures in the daily VS i I

the Act of :March 3, 1S97. sett's: comment on the cross state Watercade To Be- life of South Florida. The Stuart PETE WARREN
I canal, a subject difficult for Flori- Daily News pays tribute of admir It appearing by affidavit appended
dians to discuss and one on which -- ation and respect to t'lese' two pioneers -I to the sworn Bill of Complaint '
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. very few have any Intelligent unblase (Continued from page 1) in the above entitled cause that the ,

Ydvertising rates on application. dinformation, due to its controversial ening. Plans for greeting the water- Commodore Stanley Kitching, of defendant Pete Warren is a residentof
cade and celebrating the opening are Metter in the State of Georgia and .
nature and the vast amount Stuart,
being made in the various towns that there is no person within the
propaganda that has been spread by Honorable W. P. Franklin, of Fort
"/evoted to the advancement andifare I along the route and Fort Myers will State of (Florida service of Summonsin
both sides. Myers. Chancery on whom would bind the
of Clewiston and Hendry entertain the visitors Tuesday night
As a disinterested commentator These two men symbolize the said defendant. .
and Wednesday.
County. and an outsider, Garrett Bums up the I cross-Florida canal achievement, and It is thereupon considered, ordered -
In a telegram from Senator C. O. and adjudged that the defendant'Pete
the idea Is
situation by pointing out today's special issue of this newspaper -
Andrews in Washington Warren be and to the,
I not new: the French, thought of it expressing is dedicated to them, in recognition appear
Exclusive I his regret at not being able to attend said Bill of Complaint on or before '
when they possessed Florida; An- of loyal and untiring service'
Monday the 5th
the celebration, he wrote as follows: day of April A. D.
drew Jackson proposed it; army en-, to the terminal cities that they call 1937 otherwise the same will
"Have arranged with War Depart-
WNU gineers have been thinking about it home. Hats off to both of you! ceed ex-parte. '
ment, for Col. Hannun to be at open-
and running surveys for more. ing of canal celebration Wednesday.Also Today's issue of the Stuart Daily It is further ordered that this order _'-I
News presents a panaroma of this be published onco a week for
arranged with Navy Departmentfor
Features "A boondoggle",' say those who magnificent waterway, following a four consecutive weeks In the Clew
U. S. Destroyer "Roper" under
iston News, a Newspai-i.r of General
contend the canal would never be us- geographical sequence from the At-
I the command of Lieutenant Com- Circulation in '
Hendry County, Flor .
ed that it would impair the state'swater 4
mander J. H. Duncan and five offi- lantic to the Gulf. An airplane pho- ida. ,

Cheer up! At least, ,,;e were not supply and in general provea cers with crew of about sixty men tographer has captured for you a series Done and order this 22nd day of I""

caught on the 20th, stonof a hotel calamitous venture.-"A boon", now stationed at New Orleans to be of pictures that starts at Stuart, February A. D. 1937.WILLIAM ,
say those who' point, to the perils of carries you 150 miles through the /
with all 01 bag and baggage when in Fort Myers Wednesday. Regret T. HULL, .
the Florida Straits and contend that \ Everglades communities, and on to Clerk Circuit "
down. Court.
the sit-down-rs: sat press of duties here make it impossible -
for the purpose of navigation our Fort Myers. Such a graphic portrayal -
for me to be with you personal- (SEAL) X--: :>
Atlantic Seaboard would be shortened of the canal perm=ls the readerto LOUIS O. GRAVELY 1 .'
"Put more Florida in jour diet ly. I wish to extend my congratulations :; +
approximately ono fourth and that understand what this is Solicitor for .
waterway Complinant. 7
and best ,"
this Spring" and you'll be putting wishes to all who havetaken :;
) the annual saving to shipping might what it means, what it does. Copiesof Feb. 24, March 5-12-10-26:: 1937 -
more spring in your step the year active part in this major improvement -
I be 17,500,000,000 of nautical ton to our state. ,this book go to every member of
'round."I miles or 11,900 days of sailing time.A Congress, to yachtmei everywhere '
(Signed) O. ANDREWS, 'I
substantial saving In freight who are interested in this aid to,navigation -
wanta, giri-who" is charged with rates that would benefit not Floridi- U. S. Senator. and to others who see in this
and no,> "essed' of the dev- Many of the boats will contipue ;
electricity 'sans alone but two-thirds of the na I canal another great forward step for
up the Gulf of Mexico to Tampa and
1" says thdi"pu- who is search-i tion. The southwest with its cotton I Florida. And if this book carries to fJbI

: for a girl to pixy Scarlett O'Hara, and oil; Birmingham with its iron; St. Petersburg. these readers a message of progress, '

ncl that would make "Gone withind" I the whole Mississippi valley and the it has served its purpose.I ; : 1JiJ
VN quite a stormy picture. rZ
grain country as far west as the am particularly indebted to my
I Rocky Mountains, they claim, would faithful assistant, Ernest Lyons, and yl

v. Messed "Believe It or Not" to find the canal a blessing. ,' According to the decision of a to an understanding photographer' '

newspaper editors is Art Faust of I I Its military advantages has long justice over in Iowa you have a rightto Lowell Hill, for the, effectiveness of I'' I JJltJt
Bleilheim', Ontario, who accordingto 1 this edition. ,
been defraud a slot machine if
recognized by army engineersand you are O
Ripley. has renewed Ms subscription naval autho 'ities. With the can smart enough to do it. This weighty -r
to the Blenheim News Tribunefor I decision was handed down the Elements in
al in operation, by laying a stringof after Sun Wt
the 67th time. submarine mines from the Florida trial of a young man who had been ,Most of the elements found on the 1 .. I

,'Keys south, in case of war we detected beating a cigar slot machineby _earth, like iron, sodium and cop- .
A few long-looked for and most 'could convert the Gulf Mexico inter means of a coin 'which could be per, are also in the sin, scientists .(J. lJ ', I

belpful improvements are now being'made a private sea, move men, material withdrawn from the apparatus after I-.avp np"C'rmn_' l' tJ r ':, i

into realities-the, Alteration and ships from Gulf ports with greater every operation by means of a thread.He .r I \\i' : ,

plant for the local water works, a': speed and safety, with the dist- had emptied the establishmentand NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR I '. _I J

hard surface to the muchtravel1eroad ance 'requiring naval convoy. substan was putting the nickel with its TAX DEED :
to the sugarhouse, and a new tially lessened thread attachment into his pocket "c.,W':

bridge over Industrial canal.. The matter of forming an opinionone when a policeman arrested him. The NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that I .. lr J
court found that he had committed GLADES PURCHASING COMPANY,
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way or another is not an easy .
holder of tax sale certificate number
All Floridians should read Garetuett's neither burglary, larceny or robbery: ,
one for the citizen. Being '
average 836 issued on the ,4th day of September 'Do know that 1
He had you you
: series of two articles "So not even obtained propertyon may
neither geologist nor engineer he A. D. 1933, and the holderof I be able to for a home all '
pay ,
"his is Florida" in the Saturday can base his views on no actual know: false pretenses. He had simply tax sale certificate number 1998 your own,for the same money "

T Miing Post. His is truly the unbiasd ledge he may personally possess. The done what the machine told him to issued on the 2nd day of July, A. D. you pay for rent?Your neigh

attitude of a very intelligent vis- findings and reports of experts tendto do, dropped a nickel in the slot, and 1934, issued by the Tax Collector bors are doing it. So can you.

'-cr to practically every; section of technical phrazology difficult for as the directors 'were silent about of the City of Clewiston, Florida, has Now, as never before,you can .- ,

..le state and every one will find the average man to Interpret or un leaving the coin there the young filed the same in my office and made secure funds here on a long- '
application for a tax deed( to be issued term, easy repayable basis at '
"n" c ,bng worth while In it. derstand. Hooey and propaganda emanate man had done nothing wrong in us-
thereon. terms that keep costs low.
Said certificates em-
___ ing the
I thread.Nebraska State I
II I freely from both the pros and brace the following described pro- There's no worry,no red tape.
"e News has received a renewal cons to make the problem of decision Journal, quoted by The Tropical Sun perty in the County of Hendry and ,INVESTIGATENOW

'-iption from Mrs. Jane D. Baig- doubly perplexing. of March 18, 1891. State of Florida, to'wit : I' !

the delightful grandmother of Personally, I've always had a lot Lot Seven '(7) of Block Five ,
'rs. B. E. Herring, who visits here of respect for the Army and for en- Opening Of Florida's- Hundred Forty-four (544) in ,: >,' :" ..- '+i.T,,'
her annual the City of Clewiston, Countyof 4.,,,," ,\', ," .'"1'>t:"":: ''t. ......... .':
Curing stay in Florida gineers and as for me startin' an argument '> '
each winter. Mrs. Baigrie writes with a recognized geological Hendry, State of Florida. :' '#

"This is our first winter in Fort My authority, I wouldn't think of it. I'm (Continued From Page Onel under The said assessment certificates of said issued, property was in ; Clewistona J

ers, but we have enjoyed Florida personally content to leave the prob- canals through muck lands were the name of Emmy, Fluckinger. Unless Home JC4
seven years and in these seven years lem with folks who are' especially useless-they refused to carry water said certificates shall be Bulging!

lave watched Clewiston grow to be ,, trained to solve. them. In the mean- out of the lake. Four of them had ed according to law, the redeem-I issicinteonNN ; : '

worth while, and I am enjoying your time, the only harm I can see in this been dug, and were utterly worth- therein described will be

good paper for the second :year" canal controversy is its ,tendency to less. The St. Lucie was completed in highest bidder at the, Court House !

divide the state and pit one section 1924 and for '13 years has been the I Door on the first Monday in the { t'i: ; ; t; ;,.ii
month of April, 1937, which is the J ; ;;; ; .,, :
mapnzt5a:;: nnmai ,BD mft.Ns against another at a time when mutual only functioning outlet from Lake

sympathy, cooperation and understanding Okeechobee to the sea.

Too Late To is imperative. With or i The Caloosahatchee River

Classify without the canal, Florida must con' connected to Lake Okeechobee was by .. ..NNNNNNNN. . .NNN.. .. ..N..NN.. ..N..NMI.. ........NNNti. .........N...i........:........N.'.I.'.......;.;......;....NNNr. 1.'. ',Jj-

tinue to advance and prosperanda two linking canals fifteen -. \
years ago
By tRyssell Kay ... u-- :::
house divided against itself-either but
these proved inadequate to' discharge y Ay
tit3Grct+Ms_'7sT u !riIIiYlltditICBt7Ct11i! mentally or physically-is severely water, and the Caloosahatchee -

handicapped., itself was so crooked that it
Floridians who would like to see Remember, FLORIDA, yours and held the water back instead of discharging r

he:uselves as others see them, will 'mine, lies on both sides of the pro- it. Tedious progress was CLEWISTON GOLF l. -,

find it both interesting and instructive posed canal. Regardless of which made in boom days by the Ever- y. ..

to read "This is Florida", lead side you may be on, your interestsand glades Drainage District, trying to :;: ;
article in the March ::
13 issue of the I
welfare as a true Floridian,, em- open some tiny ghost of a channel

Saturday Evening Post. brace the whole. territory from the into the Gulf; outlet, but when taxes J: COURSE :

I've reviewed many articles on Perdido River to Florida Straits.A ceased to be paid in the first depression .. ,-. '.' .;.
:' ,, t
Florida, appearing; from time to time years, the efforts collapsed.In .. < i
in national magazines, but this one .
THOUSAND YEARS 1930 Congress was induced to f.-l' .. ; iii
from the of Garet
pen ,in my cooperate in flood control program, "
opinion is one of the best. It reveals Because the face of Niagra Fallsis and it was contemplated that $3- I.s. ...

the true personality of our state as being "lifted" backward at the 000,000 of federal funds would be = .

reflected in the everyday action and i rate of four feet a year, congress is spent. Before folks really understood .y. ,

activities of our, citizens. being asked to do something about it, what was happening, the governmenthad .: ._' ._ I ..;..

Some folks won't like it, others to put a crimp in nature's plans and tackled the problem, had achieved f )I I IY

will gloat over part of it and condemn to preserve for posterity of several as much for the cause of naviga- .:.1 : I I :

the rest-but nevertheless, I thousand years hence the scenic delights tion as for the cause of flood control f:
consider it a pretty accurate story. that have embellished so many and had spent more than six times J i Open to the Public i i i

Every Floridian ought to read it honeymoons.To the originally contemplated budget. .

and then re-read it, for as Garct the average mind this seems to I The end is not yet. Improvementof .::: i I :!:

states: "Floridians are themselves be stretching even the New Deal too the harbor facilities at both ends ..:.. -=). :. '

strangers in Florida." far. It is' all right to take heed for of this gigantic waterway are inevit- .::. I .-:.

Local pride is a wonderful thing the morrow, but the fate of Niagra 'able corollaries of the far-sighted I X.i'X '

and necessary for the advancementof Falls 1,000 years from now, when improvement program that has been .::. ', .l.

any community, but it- should never its backward movement will have carried forward today. Tomorrow's ..:.. '. --q I I .,:f..
be permitted to so dominate us: been less than a mile, Is somethingthat projects will include the St. Lucie inlet ,;. j : .:.

that it warps our vision of the state most of 'us can sleep well at (at Stuart) and Fort Myers har- 1. 1

as a whole The grandeur and gloryof nights without worrying about. bor improvement on farreachingscales. 1'I' ,
I federate Green Fees 'I .
Florida is not centered at any one Posterity is getting quite a lot of This great cross-state water- .. ]
prmt.; Pentacola is as much Florida I attention from cong'essional! hands way that is a realty, not a dream or a I
as: Key West Miami, Jacksonville: anyway The nation has piled up a blueprint, crosses the East Coast : I 1 Exceptional Fairways :!:

Orlando, Tampa and a sror" of other!j debt for posterity that would almost I canal at the St. Lucie inlet, and this I :: interesting) Greens !I:
centers each possesses distinctive and''fill: theT gorge below Niagra Falls I cross-roads is destined to be a focal] '
J individual charms ',and advantages!lit is harnessing btrecms apd, shifting point in future' development on Flor I :..:. I t I 1'//.1'/
but they are not Florid.. Florida is''! the map of the nation with dams and I ida's East Coast. j ',;. .

,: peals the whole to one and may the not section appeal to that anoth-ap-;;,:Hood posterity control may projects have a to better tho end place that.iu:in, A the thousand promotion men of have the had canal a pro part-"$;(1 ...-......v..--."-......................,......-....;...:.cc-----............................'...'....-.....=.........................-.........................-......'..:..-...".......::...=........:...:.fZI.:

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.. ........ ,,:, ; I rollment. Eugene has gone to West ter things Is a most propitious time substance of which will be, as lol- -y J
: Daughert
1 N:N: :N:N:N:N N N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N : : : :", Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. I
:and Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Miller of I Palm Beach and Laura Mae to New for all Floridians, our invited guests lows: 't

;_: Personal Mention :''. LaBelle were among the many out- Orleans, La. and all persons interested in Floridato An Act relating Clewiston ,1|\

.. .;. of-town visitors attending the Cath- Second Grade News- make a study of her assets, natural Drainage District, a Drainage J

.J I ., ,: .........................................................................................._..... olic dance held at the Clewiston Inn The spcond grade gave a program scenic, historical, social and eco- under District: the organized laws of and Florida existing, and I I(
Henry Chappell was a week-end on St. Patrick's eve. Monday morning at 10:30. nomic, and"W'hereas : embracing lands within Hendry ,

visitor in Jacksonville. -- Monthly honor roll: Louise Prew- there is a widespread I County; creating certain funds

W. J. Luke, of Sycamore, Georgia, itt, Jo Ann Crouch, Gilbert McLeod, demand for facts pertaining to our for the monies of the Dlstirct

has returned to his hom"e after spend- Nancy Wright, Patricia Bailey, State's glorious history and pro- and providing for what purposes:

R. L. Croker and Merrell Lowe ing several weeks here visiting bin Charles Benbow, Mary Louise Thomas gress; her geography, climate, industry such funds may he expended- ; _,!
spent Sunday in Miami.Mr. providing for the levy, assessment -
daughter, Mrs. Hansel McDuffio Faith Mitchell, William Mc- agricultural transportation; ':
and collection of annual .
Mrs. McDuffie drove her father home Cracken. her: natural resources, wild life, and

and Mrs. Ralph Palm H. Collins Beach I I sand; returned Sunday. II(Third Grade l\"ews- points of interest, and ing taxes, confirming and assessments and validating; ratify :1

spent Saturday in West- Monthly honor roll: David Belcher "Now, therefore, I, Fred P. Cone. certain acts of the Board of 1
Norman Hendry and J. G. McFar-
----! I Moon Em- by virtue of the power vested in me Supervisors, agents and officers -, f
Nora Oglesby, Shirley ,
members of the ,
Mrs. G. O. Wallace of LaBelle was lan, prominent 1\Ii'l Bullen. as Governor of the Soverign State of I of the District; cancelling and

the guest of Mrs. Maude Hare Mon I ami Young Democrats, were in ily Joyce Florida, do hereby designate, de- annulling certain annual taxes '. 'I'
Fourth Grade News-
day. iston Friday afternoon in the interest clare and proclaim the period begin-] and assesments heretofore levi- ":." ,
of the state convention to be held Monthly honor roll: Louise ed for said District and the liensrepresenting __ j
I I Schiffli SherwoodHall ning upon the First Day of Spring ,
Blount Nicky ,
in Bradenton this week. such taxes and as-
Mrs. E. C. Mills and Mrs. G. E. I Elsie Bembry, Parmelia March 20th, to the TwentySeventhDay sessments; and authorizing the .;.'\'

Smith were shopping in Fort Myers Miss Dorothy Lockhart returned Bourne, Christine Redish. of March, in this year 1937, to issuance of bonds for the pur- :

Wednesday. home Sunday after being confined Fifth Grade News- be set aside for the study and con- pose of refunding the existing -' t

in the Good Samaritan Hospital for I Monthly honor roll: Eric Belcher, templation of the story of Florida I indebtedness of the District, and --.., "'f

Mrs E.: V. McClelland of Sebring Philys McLeod, Billy Perry, Inez and' her many diverse attractions and providing procedure therefor.,1
two weeks. Her friends are delighted -
visited her parents, Mr., and Mrs. A. at her rapid recuperationfrom Haven, Mauryne Prewitt, Marianne to be known as "Know Florida Dated this March 19, 1937. ,_;

N. Gallant, Wednesday.Mrs. : Jones. ,Week." BOARD OF SUPERVISORS ";
a major operation. OF CLEWISTON DRAINAGE
Sixth Grade News- "
Monthly honor roll: Elbert Hooker -
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart By F. D. DUFF,
day for West Palm Beach where she ,' were business visitors in West Palm Anne Pafford, Gloria McDuffie, FOR PASSAGE OF I I Its President.: .:. ,
is recuperating from a recent illness. : Beach Tuesday. Janie ,Brantley, Esther Haven, Pearl I No. 111. March 19.
------ j Bembry. I 1- '-
:Miss Hazel Prince, Miss Ruby Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, jr., of Seventh Grade l\"ews- -
the session of the of
Ed Ward and Jack Kinsey I visited friends in Clewiston J. M. COUSE ;
pSichaud Honor roll: Louise Roath, Mary Florida to convene In April, 1937, ap-' ,

4....ere visitors in Miami Sunday. Sunday.Mr. 1 Johnson,_ Gus Cantrell. plication will be made for the pass- *

Eighth Grade Honor Roll- Renae age of special or local legislation, Counselor and Attorney at Law
Robert Vaughn, jr., of West Palm and Mrs. G. O. Wallace of La- Wethington. the substance of which will be, as Hopkins Building ,

Beach a business visitor here Belle were visitors in Clewiston Saturday follows:
was Ninth Grade l\"ews- Wednesdays and Saturdays
caning and attended the barbecue An act relating to Sugarland I
last weekend.Ed
Ii Honor Roll: Hervey Bourne, J. D. 9:30 to 4:00
and fish fry sponsored by the Patterson Drainage District, a Drainage I
Hooker, Louis Leiter, Dick -
Lloyd, jr., of West Palm Beach, Kiwanic Club for the benefit of ther District, organized and existing
his Munselle Stone, Maxine Doty, under'' the laws Florida and
spent the week-end here visiting 'creation park. of
father, E. E. Lloyd.P. Mary Warren. embracing lands within Hendryand L. B. Mershon -E..f
:Mrs. F. D Duff and Mrs. W. C. Tenth Grade News- Glades Counties; declaringthe .1

; Schaffer Rowland of Carrol- Owen motored to Palm Beach Friday Honor roll: Leroy Hare, Bill Ow- existence of said District, AGENT' ..J '.1

afternoon accompanying Mrs C. 'W. en, Francis Wright. validating the creating thereof
ton, Georgia, was an interesting visitor New York Life.J 1
its boundaries
in Clewiston ,Saturday.Mrs Stiger and daughter, Jill, who returned Twelfth Grade News- and declaring ;
I co their home in Chicago af- I Honor roll: Bob Patterson, Ed creating within said District ,two Insurance CompanyARCADIA '::1

: Glen Etherton left Monday I *..;r visiting Mrs. Duff for several I Clark Units; authorizing construc- !
tion of certain improvementsand FLORIDA
for Miami where she is visiting her days. i Dick Patterson, Bill Owen and j
the making of repairs to
mother Mrs. F. R. Maxwell. Bobby Patterson made an average
: -- existing works; creating certain "<]I
-- Joe Johnson arrived Saturday fora of "A" for the month in all subjects funds for monies of the District; NORGE REFRIGERATORS \

Miss Anna Barber of West Palm visit with his sister, Mrs. R. Y. including deportment. providing for the levy, assess- Furniture and Home Furnishings )

Beach was a business visitor in Clew- Patterson and family. Mr. Johnson, ment and collection of special PHILCO RADIOS +

iston Tuesday.Mrs. who was connected with the U. S.:' What the Crystal Sees for the SeniorsAs taxes or assessments for the :
I I District ascertaining and de- 1
Engineer office here, was transferred I look into the crystal for the ; Household FurnishingsInc.
claring benefits which have accrued -
H. A. Land, Miss Marcia to the New Orleans district first 1
several seniors of 1937, I see a groupof to the lands of the Dis-
Avant and Miss Lily Merle Wynnare anti. ';
months ago. people waiting for taxi cabs trict by virtue of works and improvements -
shopping in West Palm Beach to- I believe the driver of that first pne heretofore constructed BELLE GLADE FLOC lRIDA,

day. Miss Louise Wilson, Mrs. :f lis Jack Moorman. Yes it must be. ; ratifying, confirmingand

Hasatine Kennedy, Chappell Wilson He is driving as he usually does. validating certain acts of "

Mrs. Leah Spicer, Mrs. H. R. Hall, of Daltcn Georgia, and Miss Emma I I see soma one with dark wavj the Board of Supervisors, Ag- ,

Mrs. Leslie Miller; Mrs.' I. D. Leydij< 'r Wilson of Atlanta spent a few days hair decorating the show window. ents and Officers of the Dis-

and Sherwood Hall motored to St.'I I .tore over the week-end with Mr. and Say, that looks like Ed Clark! trict; cancelling and annulling
certain taxes and assessments
Petersburg Tuesday. Mrs. C. L. Downs. Mrs. Downs_ ac- Oh my goodness! Look on the heretofore levied for said Dis- fLOR/DA f

__ I I ompanied her guests an a trip to corner, I mean the lady with all the trict, and the liens representingsuch _
Mis. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. A. A.-11Ul1r i: "iami; Saturday. children! My error, there are only taxes and assessments; and
I Ii I
t tf
..' roe, Mrs. Campbell Nail and Mrr. R. four! The lady must be Ethel Willis.Of authorizing the issuance of
C. Wilson were, shopping in West 8 f.\IA:' JANE EZELLE HAS ; ,
f (I i I course we will not mention her bonds for the purpose of refunding -
Palm Beach Monday. EASTER PARTY ON BIRTHDAY husband's name. the existing indebtedness of

I I -. I the District and providing pro-
Canal Point and Wait! The five and ten cent storeis
Howard Sharp of
Using an Easter motif, Mrs. J. W.' be cedure therefor.
Helen now in view. My, my, who can
his daughter, Miss Sharp,
Dated this March 19, 1937.
of Ezelle entertained yesterday after- in here? Oh, I see, it is Bobby Pat-
Shawano, Wisconsin, were guests I BOARD OF SUPERVISORSOF
loon for her daughter, Emma Jane, terson, the floor walker.
friends in Clewiston Tuesday. SUGARLAND DRAINAGE
I.n celebration of her third birthday. My what a little education will do.: DISTRICT,
An Easter Egg hunt occupied most -Bernice O'Neal
Mrs. Hoomes Rich of Miami visit-I By F. D. DUFF,
'>f the afternoon, and other games Its President.
ed Mr. and Mrs. S. W- Houser Wed-
md contests were enjoyed by the ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC March 19, 1937.
nesday. Mrs. Houser returned to Mi-
group! of children.Ice CHURCH
ami with her for a visit.
cream was served with the ---- NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF

birthday cake to Anne Elizabeth (Rev. Father J. F. Walsh, Bl D., LANDOWNERS OF SUGARLAND I
Miss Lois Terrell has returned to
Prewitt, Richard Knight, Charles Pastor.) DRAINAGE DISTRICT.
in Lake after a visit
her home City
and Rachel Miner, Larry and Mitzi Mass each Sunday at 8:30 a. m. Notice is hereby given that, pur-
with her brother, George Terrell and
Knapp, Patricia Linkswiler, Mary except on last Sunday of month suant to call of the Board of Super-

family. Kay Pafford, Sherrie Dotterer, Clark when mass is at 10:30 a. m. visors of Sugarland Drainage Dis-
-- trict the annual meeting of the land-
Ironmonger, Bevoly Flaniken, Jean Communion Sunday for the congregation -
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Mansell of Chi- owners of Sugarland Drainage District -
Yenawine, Kay Bowden, Billy ,Broad- is the first Sunday In each
cago, were visitors in Clewiston the for the year 1937 will be heldat
foot, Patsy Meredith, Claire. Jones, I
first of the week. Mr. Mansell is associated month. the office of said District, in the Stop of'!h.
with the Celotex company. Shirley Owen, John Schiffli, Kim I Religious instruction classes for City Hall Building at Clewiston,

-- Kolstad, Carol Joy Alston, Joe all children attending public school Hendry County, Florida, on Wednesday JiotdPotcleta[ I

Mrs. W. F. Simpson returned Tues- Schroeder, Bobby Smith and Bobby immediately after mass on Sundays. March 31, 1937, at ten o'clockA. II
Berner. :M., Eastern Standard Time, for
day from Atlanta where she spent I Junior (children's) choir meets the purposes of: I

three weeks with her mother-in-law, MRS. STEIGER HONOREE AT Wednesdays 4:30 p. m. and Satur 1.-Electing one supervisor for a 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll

who has been quite ill. MRS DUFF'S BRIDGE PARTY days 9:30 a. m. at the church. .term of three years. ; I

-- Catholic Men's Club meets the sec 2.-Receiving annual report and Outside Rooms With

John Chenet, of Houma, Louisiana Mrs. F. Deane Duff entertainedwith ond Monday in each month at the taking such action with respect Bath

visited friends in Clewiston a bridge party honoring Mrs. Rectory at 7:30 p. m. thereto as the landowners may determine Private

Wednesday en route to Miami for a Charles W., Steiger of dur- ; and QUIET
Chicago, The Ladies Altar Society meets t3.Transacting such other busi- COOL, CLEAN,
several days stay.
ing her recent visit here.
the first Wednesday in each month
ness as may come before the meet-
.\ Mrs. Arthur Bong left Sunday for High score prize, a set of dessert I at the homes of the members run- ing. Overlooking Biscayne Bay

plates, was won by Mrs.V'. C. Owen. ning in alphabetical order at 3:00p. BOARD OF SUPERVISORSOF I
her home in Sioux City, Iowa, after Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and
Mrs. F. M. Wright held second DRAIN-
spending several weeks here with her m. Business Section.
score and received a bath set, whilea AGE DISTRICTBy
daughter, Mrs. Sidney Crochet.Mr. Convert instruction class each
darning kit was presented to Mrs. :

and Mrs. Haskell Avant of O. F. Schiffli as consolation for ,low Friday at 7 p. m. F. D. DuffPresident.Dated RATES I
Mass First Fridays at 8:00 a.
South Mrs. H. J. B. : March 4, 1937.
Waterboro, Carolina, visited score. Scharnberg received -
m. Pub. March 12-19, 1937.
their uncle and aunt, Mr. an4 Mrs. Yardley soap as cut prize. A : $1.50 Single

H. A. Avant for several days the first lovely compact was presented to the Baptisms by appointment.
of the week. honoree. Lenten Devotions NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY $2.50 DoubleSpecial
Cake, molded cream and coffee Way of the Cross and Benedictioneach SPECIAL OR LOCAL LEGISLATION

Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward returned were served to Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Wednesday evening at 7:30. Family, Weekly &

Wednesday from Jacksonville where Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. Owen, Sermon and Benediction each Sun- NOTICE IS' HEREBY GIVEN That Monthly Rates

they were called by the serious ill- Airs. Wright, Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mrs. day evening at 7:30. at the session of the Legislature of

ness of Mr. Ward'smother.. They re- 3. L. Stewart, Mrs. Steiger, Mrs. Mass every week morning at 7:15. Florida to convene in April, 1937, :S.: D. McCREARY, Proprietor

port little, change in her condition.Mrs. Schiffli, Mrs. Scharnberg, Mrs. Fred Visitors are always welcome. application will be made for the passage -
Hill and Mrs. J. V. Fourmey. of special or local legislation, the

A. R. Broadfoot drove to I GOVERNOR SETS NEXT WEEKAS I

Fort Myers Wednesday, her mother, "KNOW FLORIDA" WEEK" .
Mrs. M. C. Johnson, returning with )' School -- <., jl$' !- ::: !:r lf ,; j&B8iasmfe: ---: -.: t. : i.""

her after a stay of several days in 'erws Jacksonville, March 18.-Gm'ern-

the hospital. or Fred P. Cone has set next week

-- for observance of the
(March 20-27)
Miss Helen Conroy left Wednesdayfor Editor ..................._...Ethel Willie tenth annual "Know Florida Week" LENT IS HERE

her home in Bridgeport, Connecticut Ass't Editor Bternlce O'Neal it was announced today by Harold

;;, after a visit with Mr. and Mrs.II. I Sports Editor ....._.._.LeRoy Hare Colee, president of the Florida State!
R J. Mrs. I Advisor ....Miss Dorothy Lockhart
Oglesby. Oglesby accompanied Chamber of Commerce.
.S her to West Palm Beach, Governor Cone's proclamation GO .

where she boarded the train. First Grade Neus,- read: I

Monthly honor roll: Clifford Beat- "Whereas, Florida, perhaps more! .

Mrs. F. M. Wright and Mrs. 1\(. W. ly, Gran: Brewer Kim ,Kolstad, An- than any other Commonwealth in Dr. D. J. Williams

Bigg were visitors in Fort Myers o .1 ,*, Ad&ii, ,Carline Berner, Mary these United States, has undeveloped -,!

.5 5 St. Patrick's Day. They attended f'O' I ll!rYh Dyess, Betty Lou Emrich, possibilities that have only to be '

Garden Tour arranged by the Fort I r'adjs Jr.c IUlOn, Laura Mao Jacobi, learned to be fulfilled, and j I: Fr. J. F. Walsh

,. Myers Garden Club, which included ttelle Richards, Virginia Turner. Whereas, this year of 193-7, the I

1 trips through the Edison, Ford and We regret to drop Eugene Knight brightest for Florida in several years, IJ. .." -- ,. ..,

55 l 5 other well-known estates. \;and Laura Mae Jacobi from our eri- ,kind offeihig a promise of even bet-j i r' : L-I"] "L''I -.__.-- ." "" '.'- _..... .-.-_..-' -._-_- [II]. '- ,... '!'fTAE



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Foreign Words
and Phrases

STAR if/,
DAY Sit tibi terra levis. (L.) May the''

( 1k1:723T.lk. earth rest lightly on you.
/ Mise en scene. (F.) A stage set-

ting; a scenic effect.

About G Tout de meme. (F.) All the

Sate Ktducing Diets Vi et armis. (L.) By force and

SOME of our overweight friends arms; by main force.

us in a profound manner Place aux dames. (F.) Make
that they have studied the matterof
for the ladies.
Copyright by Macra Smith Co. "WND Service way
-. weight reduction and have cometo Dernier cri. (F.) The latest
the conclusion that so far as thy fashionable fad.

CHAPTER IXContinued19 before. No daughter of mine can ago, said to him: "I'm going on a are concerned they are nol eating Yeux doux. (F.) Sweet eyes;

go around studying naked statuesin hunting trip Monday, bird hunting, more than they should. They nave soft glances.
Sloan relaxed 'My advice is to France and Italy with a troop of ruffed grouse. Going up in northern estimated that for their height and Flan ur. (F.) A lounger.

get out of town for a few Jays. Geta dissolute students." Pennsylvania where our club weight (some like to include the Lune-de-miel. (F.) A, honey-

new perspective on your /worries "They're not dissolute." has twenty-two hundred acres." An idea of age also) they are getting moon.

whatever they are. We see "I don't care how well you are impulse had made him speak of it wN just the proper, Sans doute. (F.) Without doubt.

things in proportion after a changeof chaperoned, or how famous your suddenly that way.Hugh's number ol calories
scene." He nodded at him kind- instructors are-I won't hear of ,it. ,eyes had kindled. He or heat units. Thus

ly.HI can spare you next week." Perhaps some summer you can go : had laid his hand on'his arm. .; they feel that if they

: He turned it over in his, mind as with me to.Europe. Your father i "Take me along, Doc! I'm no hunter >h ate less they would Gas, Gas ti',

he walked home. Probably Sloan will never leave long enough to but I.need to get away. Couldn'tI become weak and
take me, so we'll go together! Just consequently they the TimeCanS'tE.at
; was right and new scenes might be 'go as a guest? Pay my share?
be patient. "Go?" He had almost /pC might collapse.Now .
; a help, might ease the burden. choked.
with "But it's not the same. J want Hugh-go? The darned old idiot! what these : or Sleep"The
radio a
The chanting
was the instruction in the class. I wantto overweights fail to !
No he would rather
have with
those one stomach
plangent sonorousness I got gas on my was so badI
Street blooo-ooes!f" when graduate from Pearson school. him! "Sure you can go!" he had remember is that could not eat or sleep. Even my
Decatur "But why in the world do you : the amount of food heart seemed to hurt. A friend sug-
he came in. Dorrie, near it, a answered. And ,they had gone into % gested Adlerika. The first dose I toolf-!
I want another year? You can't seriously -, -calories or heat relief. '*
f Hugh's office and talked over the brought me Now I eat as
newspaper in her lap, was gazing mean to be an artist?" Dr. Barton units that their wish, sleep fine and never felt better.7;
r out the window. She started at his equipment he would need. -Mrs. Jas. Filler.
the "Why not""An Doc Hiller had explained about body requires Adlerika acts on BOTH upper and
; entrance, rose, dropping paper. artist?" Lizzie's voice should not be estimated for their lower bowels while ordinary laxativesact
"Oh, Hugh," she said in soft sur- this club to which he had belongedfor on the lower bowel only. Adlerika
: whined like a saxophone off key. but for their
three years and suggested that present weight 'proper gives your system a thorough cleansing -
prise. "With all your father's money! or ideal weight. bringing out old, poisonous matter
"Didn't you expect me yet? Such !" that you would not believe was in your ..
nonsense The of-
average adult mari doing
system and that has"been
Ihadn't causing gas
; "Of course five-thirty. "It's not nonsense, Mother. It's fice or light, factory work needs pains sour stomach, nervousness and
realized it wa so late. headaches for
She her hand absently to her seeing things further than -'nyone M-JJ 2,500 to 3,500 calories daily and the Dr, a' L. SAoub months., You York:, report
put d
else sees, expressing things that adult woman doing house or of- mln addition to Intestinal cleaning, Adlrrikagrtotly
hair patted it back. reduce bacteria and "
others feel dimly, it's some- fice work requires 2,000 to 2,500 Give your bowels a REAL colon cleansing bacilli
"Hughie, I haven't any dinner thing too tremendous to put into calories. This is for a mart 5 feet with Adlerika and'see how good you
ready. I've run out of ideas about words." : 7 f'el. Just one spoonful relieves GAS
inches tall 150
weighing pounds,
and constipation. At all Leading
food. And I burned hand
see- my ,The silver voice "ran off Lizzie and a .woman 5 feet 4 inches tall Druggists.
this morning." like rain off water-proof. She weighing 125 pounds. In most over-

"I'm sorry. reached up and swatted a fly on weight cases it will be found that Adversity Our TeacherWe
, "On the toaster. I touched it s"It's
," when I it away-had left the' the curtain. "I'm sure you paint from 25 to 35 per cent more than become wiser by adversity;
very pretty pictures .now," she said these amounts is being taken. "If prosperity destroys our appreciation -
, current It smarted I had
on. so
flatly. less than this amount of food is tak- of the right.Seneca.Beware .
;: to be
it. Will
: bandage very
Ellen knew her cause was lost. en daily a demand will be made up- ..
nice and take out to dinner?
; me She wondered drearily if Lizzie had on the fat deposited in the body. If
;; "I have moments! He endeavored -
:, : my ever been in love-not liking, not the food is properly chosen it is

t '. to speak lightly. acceptance, but had known this easy to take as little 'as twelve to Coughsfrom
FA.J-rf Y J/4
y "You're sweet." She smiled into v & / n .
fifteen hundred 'calories and
., lovely terrifying thing she felt for yet
his eyes. Jerry. She couldn't have-or" she have a sufficient amount to eat so common colds
_. Release flooded his heart, tingled would remember. that the appetite is fairly well sat-

,.' through his veins. "Where shall it isfied and the individual does not
That Hang OnNo
; be? The club? CHAPTER X have a feeling of emptiness."

': 4' Safe Menus. matter how many medicinesyou
tea room near the bridge has a spe-
On Monday morning Hugh de- have tried for your cough,chest
Menus that safe for
-; cial dinner. are over- bronchial irritation
cold or you can
r-.::; He wanted her to sit down, want- parted on a week's hunting trip weights who"want to lose weightare get relief now with Creomulsion.
:-". ed to tell her about the vacation; with Doc Hiller and two of Doc's suggested by Prof. E. V. Mc- Serious trouble may be brewing and

.," but she slid out of his arms with i friends' both of whom Hugh had Collum, Johns Hopkins university: you cannot afford to take a chance

[ a feline grace. "I'll make myself met on several previous occasions. Breakfast: stewed prunes without sion with, which anything goes less right than to Creomul-the seat
sat beside Doc who drove "
r ': beautiful," she murmured, startingfor Hugh ; sugar; small dish of oatmeal with, of the trouble to aid nature to '
', the stairs. Rappaport and Akin were in the skim milk; one slice o; toast; cof- soothe and heal the inflamed mem- ,

;';s". As he stood heavily where she rear, together with duffle bags, fee with small amount of milk. branes as the germ-laden phlegmis

I'I'f I grips and gun-cases, and Rap's Lunch chicken two soda loosened and expelled.
f: left him, her haste to get away p I : soup, Even if other remedies have
'. English setter Laddie. Two restless Exactly What You Wanted -
closed down on him. craekers, lettuce and cottage cheese failed, don't be discouraged, your
'. Presently he picked up the paper setters were boxed on the She Said. sandwich, one muffin, buttermilk or druggist is authorized to guarantee
window. His trunk rack in the rear. Towardnoon it. The dues skim milk. Creomulsion and to refund your
';, sat down by the Hugh join' were only
they had covered a hundredand Dinner small steak with onions money if you are not satisfied with
: ,
eye traveled over the headlines- fifty dollars; the comfortable lodge results from the very first bottle.
:: -' the orders received by the steel fifty miles and were approaching house could take care of twentymen small serving of mashed potatoes, Get Creomulsion right now. (Adv.J
IJ the hunting preserve; Doc be- dammed string beans, lettuce salad one roll,
, :;. mills which would put several hun- ; they had the stream
", dred more men to workthe dying came more and more enthusi- and ; the lake for trout fish- baked apple.Breakfast .

"V.: out of the last epidemic in infantile astic. ing; stock the members : grape fruit, plain ome- Genius Alone

: ": paralysis, the suicide of a prominent "This little burg is Tunketstown.A went for grouse and quail, and in let, two slices of crisp, lean bacon, Fortune has rarely condescended -

r.,: banker, the President's latest mile from here we turn off on December for deer and black bear.It one slice of toast, coffee with milk to be the companion of genius.

the roughest road, you ever saw- or a dash of cream. -Isaac Disraeli.
I' : speech. On the third page a small was a hunter's paradise. The
, ::' item caught his roving eye: Joan narrow as the gate to heaven, and air was like wine; the fellows were Lunch: fruit salad one roll skim

,f,'-' Whitney, 120 Mimosa street, vs. second gear most of the' way! a good sort-no game hogs. They milk.
Three miles of that, before Dinner broiled halibut with lemon A Good LaxativeThe
Cunningham Whitney, 120 Mimosa we come had a colored cook who could cook : -

street, on the grounds of mental :, to the lake and you see' the lodge." like nobody's business. Hugh wouldbe mashed potato (small serv- bad and dullness

cruelty. They were married April They were driving 'through' coun- so tired he would sleep like a ing), spinach with hard boiled egg, feelings take

5, 1924, and have no children. try where rising hills were gayly baby, eat well, and forget he ever tomato salad, one roll, fruit jello. the often joy attending out of life.constipation Try a dose of
flying the last banners of autumn. had a steel plant to worry over! Breakfast: orange poached egg,

Ellen, half-hidden in a big chair, They had the colors of a Paisley Hugh had drawn his hand across two slices of lean, crisp bacon, one Black-Draught at the how first much sign bet-of
: clutched the magazine she was shawl, infinite shades of yellow, his eyes with a tired gesture. "Just slice of toast, coffee with a small constipation see
ter it Is to check the trouble beforeit
reading and braced herself, foi her rose, scarlet, green and mauve. the thing-just what I want." amount of milk or a dash of cream Black-

mother had come into the room. "At the next curve you'll ,see it," Doc shut his teeth grimly. He but no sugar. gets a hold on :you. and Is

,. She settled herself in a chair op-, said Doc. He had cast aside his knew what was eating the old boy. Lunch:' vegetable soup, two soda Draught is purely vegetable
posite Ellen. "What are yoa reading i professional manner and was a boy He had guessed it before, the hints crackers, lettuce and tomato salad so prompt and reliable. re-
?" out Ian a lark. Hugh :Marsh was came. with a small amount of French freshing relief from constipation by
"The Modern Arts Magazine." unexpectedly with him. He had met "Here we are," he sang out. dressing containing but a small taking purely, vegetable,

: Lizzie's lips thinned disapprov- Hugh in an elevator a'few days (TO BE CONTINUED) amount 'of oil; or salt, pepper and

ingly. vinegar; one roll with butter (but y

"It's harmless isn't it?" de- one cube of butter allowed per
;c. ,
manded Ellen with sudden spirit. First Airplane Resembled Bat; Da Vinci day); buttermilk. I

.. .; "I supposu you have to mind.have Built Aerial Apparatus 450 Years Ago"If small Dinner baked: one small potato,lamb Brussels chop, This world Room certainly for All is wide.
something to
occupy your
enough to hold both thee and me.
It was hard to concentrate with sprouts, celery and cabbage slaw

Mother staring at her, and she the heavy eagle on his wings "The four wings worked crosswise one roll skim milk, grape fruit. -Sterne.
read it only because she hoped stays up in the rarefied air, if large like the legs of a horse. Their

Lizzie would go away if she saw ships under sail move over the sea length was forty ells; the height of The Mental Patient.

her absorbed. -why cannot man also, clearing the their sweep, eight ells. They drew When a patient consults a physi-

"How he could treat you that air with wings, master the wind back, giving a forward motion, and cian, the physician is not satisfied

way-the cad! My blood boils whenI and rise up, a conqueror, on high?" sank downward: lifting the machine with what the examination reveals, D

think about it!" These words were' written by upward.: A man, standing, put his I but asks the patient a number of

Ellen threw the magazine down. Leonardo da Vinci, wisest man of feet into stirrups, which caused the questions and encourages him to

= Some more bloodless surgery was his time, who in the Fifteenth cen- wings to move by means of cords, tell all about his symptomswherethe NEGLECT

to be attempted-cutting-dissect- tury constructed what is thought to blocks and levers. The head was pain is located, whether the

ing-probing! And there was no be the world's first flying machine, steered by means of a' large rudder pain is sharp or dull, just when it

: : anesthetic to deaden you to the : says a writer in the Philadelphia with feathers, in the semblance ofa comes on", what seems to make it A GOLD

pain of the knife held by maternal Inquirer. While the machine was bird's tail. worse and what seems to relieveor

hands. "It's exactly what you destroyed in an attempted flight by at least make it easier to bear.If .
wanted," she said in a low voice. one of Leonardo's apprentices, the "A bird, before taking off from it is not a pain then it may bea

"You didn't approve of him." artist's the ground, for the first sweep of "heaviness," a discomfort or oth-

"I was very nice to him-very!" served. original drawing. was pre its wings, must stand up on its legs: er feeling that should not be pres-

"And if he likes Kezia better, he further the a swift whose legs are short, put on

has a right to change his mind.Let's Italy has it preserved the ground; beats about and cannot ent.But this, until recently, has not
plan by reproducing on a postage
fly upward. (Therefore) two short
not discuss it any more. been the method of examining a H SrIRD
The machine ,
"Ellen, ycu never give me your stamp.bled bat. flying Dimitri resem- ladders of rushes took the place of mental patient. The usual physical
; confidence," complained Lizzie. a the bird's feet in the apparatus." examination was made but if the
of Leonardo da Vinci 'describes
i. "You always keep me at arm's it follows Da Vinci's ideas were contrary to patient were shy, did not like to
length." as : talk about his fancies his difficul-
the practical knowledge of present-
"The structure of the wing
Ellen was silent for a moment aeronauts and therefore ties, his desires, he was not en-
sisted of five fingers in the handof day were
then she leaned forward pleadingly. doomed to failure even before Leon- couraged to any extent tr tell everything -
"Mother, couldn't 1 please, a multiarticulated, ardo was able to make a test with that was on his mind. To- .
at the joints. A tendon of .
don't say 'no' right away bending his grotesque flying machine.He day, however, the physical examination -
couldn't I take that last sear of straps made out of tanned leather is made as usual but the patient -

.. .J. art school this fall? I know it is and small' cords of raw silk, witha experimented in sound waves, is encouraged to tell every-
October, but I-'d only be a few iL-ver and a piston, on the mannerof predecessor to the study and evolution thing.

weeks late. I could make it up. a muscle, joined the fingers. of the telephone and radio. This means that the patient really SEEDSTRIPLE

.They go abroad in December. "The wing lifted up by means ofa Da Vinci built a series of sound does most of the talking and once CLEANED LESPEDEZA SEED

Please talk it over with Father! movable pin and a connecting rod. tubes throughout the palace of his I started will "let loose" and speak Korean. 100 Ibs.. S17; Kobe. 100 Ibs.. $18.Delivered .

I'm very unhappy here '. Starched taffeta, which did not let patron, the duke of Milan, through about conflicts, difficulties, and oth- nearest station.Terms by freight $or-I a express sackwith to order.your

please let me go away!" the air through, like the web on the which the ever suspicious rule I er subjects he has heretofore kept balance on arrival. Simples on request.CAROLINA .

t Lizzie straightened herselt regally foot of a goose, contracted and ex- could hear the conversation of nilcourtiers. I hidden. QASTOMA FEED. STORE- ,N. C.

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