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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 26, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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::/{:?,t : MARION. G f iciIs; ; uBar :"ness" Grounds OnReef MAX HELDE INJURED Kiwanians Plan Trip.. I :: 1


Near Liberty Point East Coast City ;

-/;, 1 VICTIM OF HIT I I II IN FALL AT SUGAR :i; i i :1]

I The "Baroness" Barron G. Col- .
Plans
for attendance at
an
: :
', :< AND RUN l DRIVERThe I Her's yacht which, went aground near''HOUSE ON ''Club meeting with the Fort :
Point SUNDAY
Liberty floodway in Lake( Club in Fort Pierce next ;

, |IOkeechobee Sunday at noon while 'March! 31st, were made by the
of Marion ',en routp to Stuart to lead the Cross- is I
body Geiger, 52, ton Khyanis Club at Its
Max Meluh who received
i a frac-|I
I
World War Veteran who had resid- State V"atercade, was raised by a u.1|'tured skull and broken vertebrae in meeting at the Clewiston Inn I

ed in Clewiston since 1916, was I S. Engineer derrick Tuesday morning -' nesday night.
: I i
a fall from a conveyor at ,the sugar
found beside the I Sixteen members
highway early Sun- morning have
house is
Sunday reported
day, the victim of a hit and run driver. -I The Barroness left the channel ,at I' their intention of attending the
at the Sa-
recuperating nicely Good
The body !short distance from the shore near I of-town which :1
was found lying be- maritan Hospital inVest Palm meeting, is one of
side the highway about a quarterof I Liberty Point Sunday about noon series of Inter-Club ,meetings, :;
immediately
Beach where he was' taken -I
a mile east of the R. R. Cross when the captain elected to take a; following the accident. [ held in the district this year. I![I !

ing on Road 25 by a colored man I "" hort cut" from the levee channel I Fort Pierce Club arranged for an
i According to witnesses, the accident -
who reported his discovery to' the: ; t o the navigation! channel which cuts ening meeting at the request of i
shut-down
| liroiiRh. the center of the lake. The, occurred during a I i
Sugarland Service Station atte ld- cal Kiwanians who felt that a
ants., G. H. Small, justice 'of the 'i'! cat WC'lt onto one of the rocky operations at the sugar house. day meeting would not be :::1
Meluh who the vi-
I: i was working in
peace; was summoned and a coron- refs and was held fast in two feet 1[ 'the The local Kiwanians also
of which the
mills
cinlty grind '
er's jury impanneled to investigate I 'to extract to
cane juices attempted
(1
Examination' I.TT; ; length being grounded. A crew Kiwanis Conference '
D disclosed multiple ;, at Lake "'
'worked I I I crawl across, one of, the conveyors to :
0 bruises, on the right side of the body: all night Sunday in, efforts I which were shown Wednesday
another of the In
i part machinery.
to float her, but all devices failed:
indicating that ing. II
truck
a had
car or
lost his and
balance
some manner he
u.itil Tuesday when a derrick barge
struck Mr. I
Geiger as he walked be-
fell ten feet to the
approximately
side the road. ,vas tugged into position beside her HOME MISSION PICTURES TO
concrete floor striking the back of I
,
The and picked her up from the ground HE AT CHURCH :
jury was composed of C. E. his head and shoulders on the floor. .
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Miner, B. C. Flaniken, Thomas Wald- and eased her back into the channel. ;
Others were working near him when
Charles Christian The Falcon, navigation service Next Wednesday : i
ron George Hines evening,
the accident but
happened, were not
and Robert George. Their findings boat on which Colonel 'Earl Brown will be moving pictures shown at
close fall.
were that "l\Iarion Geiger came to his and party had made the trip from Meluh enough to prevent the Community Church. The reels are
local
was rushed to the hos-
death been Norfolk for the celebration was dispatched home missions. The
by having struck by some public will
pital, and an ambulance from Pa-
moving vehicle on, road 25 about to Stuart and substitutedfor welcome to attend.REPORT .
hokee summoned.
1-4 mile east of the Railroad Cross- the Baroness as flagship for the his Accompanied by
watercade. wife and Superintendent and
ing, death having been caused by I III Mrs. ,H. J.. B. Scharnlerg, he was '

multiple injuries caused therefrom, I taken ,at once to West Palm Beach, I OF I
en 6r about the 19th "
of March.
day where X-Rays at the hospital revealed -
Investigation brought out that Mr; CONNOR'S HIGHWAY ; I
II the skull fracture and the broken -SENATE
Geiger had last been seen on Friday : ACT
vertebrae. He was placed in a

evening. plaster cast, and although suffer-
Marion moved TO OPEN APRIL 1ST
Geiger into the
his
ing intensely condition is
considered -
Washington, March 25 (FNS).
Clewiston section in 1916, and after -
the United States entered the I satisfactory and his recovery That Florida made no mistake ,in
,, assured.
World War, he enlisted and was in Announcement was made last seems lecting Claude Pepper to

service two years, a good part of I week by officials, of the State High- them in the United States Senate
EASTER OBSERVANCE AT "
;
which was spent overseas. I way department that the Connors ST evidenced y the remarkable
: .MARGARET'S CHURCH
He is survived by his 'mother, ,Mrs. highway between Canal Point and I this young man has made in

V. L. Geiger, of Moore Haven, two I Twenty-Mile Bend will be opened on j I brief time he has occupied his
The largest number of Catholic
sisters, Mrs. L. L. Lowe of Clewis-I I Thursday, April 1. Original plans'I in that body.
people ever to assemble in the
ton and Mrs. R. L. Saxon of Moore :;, called for the opening on April 5, Young, 'inexperienced, quiet, '
Glades is expected to attend the
Haven, and two brothers, Tom Gel-j i but the contractor has assured board ,: suming Pepper (D) Florida,
II
High Mass at 9 o'clock Sunday in
ger of Clewiston and Clinton Geijgez I I members that all will be in readiness I well have remained, "just ,
:'St. Margaret's Church, when is celebrated -
; of Miami. I j i I a few days earlier. I senator" to be heard from at I
i the Feast of Christ's Res-
" Interment was in Port Mayacca I The project engineer, W.. M. Bas-(surection. :s call in the routine manner. His

.i .J cemetery. 1 11 kette, stated that the job of oiling: This marks the first occasion when I II stituents and colleagues expected :

/1' I' 1 I and putting on finishing touches will local I tle more. It is seldom indeed
i the congregation! from the \ I
'.. DEBATE POSTPONED FROM i I be completed in plenty' of time to' "rookies" are taken seriously
church and St. Mary's, Pahokee, have-
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APRIL 5TH TO LATER DATE open the road by the first. come together_ : for"*" divine .worship":I either the', public- _or- their, "

The school debate scheduled to'' The small bridge over the canal at The mass for the occasion is the I II members.

take place in the Clewiston School i Twenty-Mile Bend will be completed I Gregonian "Missa de Angelis" and I Pepper, however, proved the I,1

auditorium on April 5th between the j i' in time for the road opening. will be sung by the children's choir I ception to the rule. Suddenly

debating teams of Clewiston and La-, It will be necessary to continue) for the first time. During the Mass without warning this quiet ;

Belle schools has been postponed un-detouring: around the larger struc- twelve children will make their first I man took the floor and, before

til the latter part of April, definite ture over Palm Beach canal which' communion. 'an leaders knew what was

date will be' announced later. I will not. be completed for several I1) The local public is invited by the I II I ing, virtually dumped the old ;

\ The LaBelle school requested more I j weeks. I pastor to attend this' beautiful service I roller in the ditch, doing such an

time in order to prepare for the de-j Although it will make the trip aj; on the outstanding religious cellent job of it that it took all

bate and the request was granted by few miles further to the East Soast,i i j Feast Day of the year. i i strength and effort the big
,
I the local school. the improvements on Connor's High-' could muster to keep it: from

I way will make a much safer trip 'P.-T. ing there.
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A. Group Enjoys
FUSE ALARM TUESDAY than the, road from half-way point The senate was considering the

i from Belle Glade to Twenty-Mile j Children's ProgramAn ciprocal tariff measure and

'; The fire alarm was sounded Tues-, Bend, and it is thought that more thing was going along smoothly.

, day evening when a blaze was discovered ''laffic will be routed that way than I ai''' per had consistently voted with

, \ in the residence of I. R. Hol-1 I by: the one used previously. An Easter program was given administration as various,

( land, one of the houses in the, Celo- i the school building'' Friday afternoon came up, but he had the interest
. tex section. MKS.: SELEE HONOR GUESTAT j I when the Parent-Teachers: Association welfare of Florida at heart

The fire alarm sounded almost ex- MRS. HILL'S BRIDGE PARTY held its regular meeting I II J quietly awaited an opportunity

;:' actly at six o'clock, and few I The prograni was as follows: j iI i present his' case. /

i': nized it as a fire alarm, recog-I'|, Mrs. Fred I. Hill entertained at I Piano duet-Barbara Smith and Before going to Washington, in

s:;: was only the regular six o'clock sig-t| the Clewiston Inn Wednesday with Julia Ann Oglesby. I sincere effort to inform himself fully

' pal j i a delightful bridge party honoring j l Play-The Colors in My' Flag, Ber-' on the reciprocal tariff

: Small damage was done by the! | Mrs. Richardson Selee, of Fort Bel- nard Leiter, Mary Ma-this, Esther :I insofar as' t affected the

: I blaze which was quickly Hanen, Paul Schuck. and growers of Florida, ,

': ed, in the "downpour of eXtingUiSh-I voir, Virginia. Solo, On a Windy ,Day-:William journeyed throughout the state,

High score prize was won by Mrs.C. McCracken. conferences with growers and studied

r MECHANIC IS L. Downs, second high, prize by' Play-The Quarrel, Nora Oglesby every angle of the problem

: OX SPADARO MACHINEw. 2; Mrs. H. A. Bestor. Miss Jayne Har- and Emily Bullen. i[ was a case where he knew

--- Song, The Easter Bunny-Solon
rington ground. Here was his first opportunity
was holder of low score and '
M. Burton was hurtVednesi' Mills and Carline Berner. to strike; in defense of
day evening while working on one of ; Mrs. G. E. Linkswiler made the lucky Song, Easter Eggs-Virginia I men and women who had I

;(1 i 1 the Spadaro machines. He slipped ,on cut Mrs. Selee received, a lovely I Turner and Betty Lou Emrich. I him with the protection of their in

the floor and his arm was caught in1;' !guest prize. All prizes were emblematic -'I Piano ,solo,-Marianne Jones. I terests. ,

one of the fans His arm was deeply I\ of Easter. i Play, The Mothers Club-Betty I i Securing the floor Pepper offerI ;
,. cut but not seriously. McDuffie, Mamie Trice, 'Shirley Moon j
j Playing were Mrs. Selee, Mrs. I I ed an amendment that would pre

I GAHDKN I j Downs, Mrs Bestor, Miss Harrington and Mayme Johnson. I I vent the establishing of a tariff I

CLUB MEETINGThe I Mrs. Deane Duff, Mrs. M. M. Harmonica Solo-Clarence Stiles. vegetables which would permit ),I

Prewitt, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. W. Recitation: Piler FightsElbertHooker. being marketed here at prices below

Clewiston Garden Club mete| C. Owen, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs.F. American cost of production. He

at the home of Mrs. W. C. Owen for i, M. Wright, Mrs. H. J. B. Scharn- Song,-Inez Hanen and Betty Jane stated that Senator Andrews and two
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its March meeting yesterday after- !berg and Mrs. G. E. Linkswiler. Joining McDuffie. senators from Louisiana joined him

noon. i i the, players for tea were Mrs. H. -- in it. Briefly explaining its provision
i| (C. Kolstad and Miss Valerie Robin- MRS. LESLIE MILLER: HOSTESS I and earnestly pointing out the
Mrs. F. M. Wright presided and i! WEDNESDAY CLUB
BRIDGE
j son. ..1 situation as it affected American
gave an interesting account of a recent -!
The Wednesday Bridge Club met growers, he urged that the amend-
"Garden Tour" in Fort Myers The King's Jewel House ment be favorably considered. Senator ::
I One at the home of Mrs. Leslie Miller :
which she attended. The club members of the last acts of King Edward Pat Harrison, the veteran leader

were much interested and ten-'I III in 1377-the year he died- this week with Mrs. D. G. Alston in charge of the bill for the administration

was to acquire from the Abbey of winning high score prize a box of mildly objected and
tative plans were made for an out-'I Westminster a tower which became
bath powder. promptly a vote was called for. So
of-town for the King's Jewel House. This tower
k trip the April meeting. i clearly had Pepper stated his case,
is perfectly preserved, but being Low prize, a novelty sachet, was
;; Committees ,
were appointed to so eloquently had he pleaded the
hidden by buildings on, all sides, won by Mrs. H. R. Hall and Mrs.
sist of his constituents the amend-
with decorations for the as-I few cause ,
people have
ever set eyes upon Keathley Bowden won the cut ment carried 43 to 46.
... commencement exercises. it. Just to the west of the Jewel I I
Attending were Mrs. Wright, Mrs. 1 House, in a'canon's garden, ,are prize, a pair of flower prints.A As the roll call proceeded and dependable -

I some still more ancient remains, I delicious dessert course was democrats one after another
Fred Hill, Mrs. O. H. Roberts and
which very few people have seen. served to Mrs. Alston, Mrs. Hall, lined up with Pepper, Senator r
Mrs.. Roberts, sr., Mrs. O. A. Jones, They comprise a wall, windows and Harrison snapped out of his coma. !
Mrs. Bowden, Mrs. T. B.
Shelley,
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. E. L. parts of columns which belong to I Dismayed, he sensed that this Flor- I
the Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. G. B. Thomas
Chapel -
of
St.
: Stewart, Mrs. K. Bowden, Mrs. G. B. Katherine, built ida freshman had accomplished the
Rackstraw about 1150, as the chapel of the abbey Mrs. M. E. Yenawine and Mrs. impossible. Consternation reigned
and Mrs. Owen.
infirmary.
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THE CLEWISTOM NEWS. FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1937

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THE CHEERFUL CHERUB ; what Having Fortitude in

.- aeiccte& <.C9bb The Face of Trouble "

I look ahead with : Jl.VtJ'lt) Possessing this-you're armed fj

longing thinks to face whatever is to be-The

blows of Fate-the sneers of men,
To.Jhen there'speace
-- about: and dire calamity Though

again ,w Re'vteid Windsor's Trouble dogs your footsteps, you'll
Finances.
keep straight on, the road-and ,
My job oF beingcheerPuI SANTA MONICA, CALIF. every fresh disaster will be just r

By Edward W. Pickard reports, the dukeof another goad, to spur you on, and
Windsor make you strong to take the stony
must start life
Will be 50 e..sythen. Western Newspaper UnIon married as a track-where weaker men would
man reduced to
a
per- blame their luck, grumble, and
fiiCAI'I I, Court Orders Strikers It said Remington-Rand officials sonal estate of only about $600- turn back. We need this quality

Out of Chrysler Plants deliberately provoked disorders in 000, plus guaranteed annual remittances today, we need this sort of stuff-

JUDGE ALLEN CAMP- order to turn public sentiment amounting to but a to help us through the bitter days
CIRCUIT against the workers and "stood will- when times are hard and roughThIS -
in- beggarly $100,000
of Detroit granted an more.
to sacrifice the lives of the
0 ing men staying power with which the
junction restraining sit-down strik- To be sure, as the old saying is
whom it hired to break the strike as soul has been endued-This vital
ers from continuing to occupy the well as those of the strikers." two can live as cheaply as oneifone dogged faith that callFortitude. -
men
WNU Service. nine plants of the Chrysler corpora- Secretary of Labor Perkins already of the two hap- .
tion in that city. He declared the had entered into this affair, pens to be a gold- ':" .

strikers were in unlawful possessionof having summoned James H. Rand, fish or even a ca- .u;

the plants and gave them two Jr., president of the company, to a nary-but otherwise Short-Lived GovernmentsFrance
days to get out. The Chrysler com- conference in her office. About the the notion hasn't
Iffy 7 Vtt'r.ltt2 pany has refused to recognize the same time John P. Frey, president worked out under has had 100 govern-

United 'Automobile Workers as the of the ,metal trades department of modern conditions, f'3.-.-. < ments-premiers, and their cabinets -

By sole bargaining agency for its em- the A. F. of L., protested against an wives these days -or an average of one every

12 Babe Didriksen ployees, who number 67,000. En- i award of a contract to the,companyby being ,what 'wivesare eight months since becoming a
1tZ Athlete forcement of the law was thus again the social security board, and these days. republic for the third time in 1871.

/ put squarely up to Gov.'Frank Mur- the chairman of that board an- Still, they do say I Not one has served a full term

phy, and both sides i the controversy nounced a reconsideration of the Mrs.I Simpson is I of four, years because each has
Plain Cake. as well as citizens generally, award. pretty Kandy' with a been forced to resign the first 1a,

1 cupful brown sugar waited'with intense interest for himto skillet, which, on time that one of its bills was
irvin S. Cobb
3 teaspoonfuls. of boiling water decide his course. the cook's Thurs- voted down by the National As-
Dr. Elihu Notd
4 Thompson
1 eggs cupful of flourteaspoonful Governor Murphy, returning hur- days off, ought to save getting in sembly, an act which is indica-
\4 of 'cinnamon riedly from Florida! was taking Inventor, Taken by Death extra kitchen help; and what with tive of a lack of confidence in the

Pinch of cloves steps that he hoped would put an D R. ELIHU THOMPSON, one of there being no crown jewels to keep cabinet. -Collier's Weekly.WORlD'S .
Dash of allspice end to the epidemic of strikes in the country's famous inventors, polished and installment houses just
2 teaspoonfuls of baking powder
the state's major industries. He a contemporary and friend of crying to help all young honeymooners -
Beat the yolks of the eggs ana arranged a series' of conferenceswith Thomas A. Edison, died in Swamp- 'out-you furnish the bird, we

sugar well. Add spices, mixing law enforcement officers, and scott, Mass., at the age of eighty- furnish the nest!-Well, by scrimp- LARGESTSEXIER i
well. Add boiling water. Sift flour industrial union and civic leaders four. :His scientific discoveries and O
ing, the couple should get by, don'tyou
several times, adding the baking and appointed 'a commission of 20 inventions were numerous,'but he is think AT i iI

powder. Then add the flour and to study the problem. Among the perhaps best known as the discoverer e

baking powder to the mixture and members are Homer Martin, presi- of electric welding and the in- Washington Rumors. a x

bake in layer tins ten minutes in a dent of the United Automobile Workers vention of the centrifugal cream HOW rumors do float about-especially & J I

hot oven. This cake is very deli- ; Frank H. Bowen, regional di- separator and the centrifuge, an in- in the neighborhood of

cious if made with a date filling rector of the national labor relations strument used, in biological labora Washington. Well, Washington always -
between the layers. board Attorney General Ray- tories.
; has. been kind of a windy Our Allies
Copyright-WNU Service.
mond Starr, and James McEvoy, place.
Good
manners and soft words
Meaning of ProgressWe president of the Detroit board of. Dykstra New Presidentof First we, hear a boom is to be have brought many a difficult

commerce. Wisconsin University started for Mrs. Roosevelt to suc- thing to pass.-Aesop.
should live and labor in General Motors and the United
so A. DYKSTRA, who ceed the President at the conclu-
our time that what came to us Automobile Workers of America CLARENCE n city manager of Cin: sion of his term. This is promptly

as seed may go to the next gen- reached an agreement for the set- cinnati since 1930, was offered the denied and the question ariseshowis LaxativesFail
eration blossom and that what tlement of all their It Why
as disputes. presidency of the University of Wisconsin that loyal soul, Uncle Jim
came to us as blossom may go covers wages, working conditions, and acceptedafter Farley, going to stand the strain of In StubbornConstipation
to them as fruit. This is what we and recognition of the union as the a conference waiting until Sistie Dahl gets old

mean by progress.' H.V., bargaining agency for its members. <: *; with the board of re- enough to run? ,
Beecher.Dr. Final acceptance of the pact by theworkers' : gents. He is expected Uncontradicted as yet is the other
to 24 hours is too to wait
Twelve long
delegates
was won by union -
that the White House
cravesto
t to assume report ,when relief from clogged bowels and
Pierce's Pleasant Pellets made of leaders only after a long strug- his new duties in a revive the NRA, under anotherset constipation Is needed, for then enor
I May Apple are effective in removing gle. of initials-and let hopewitha mous' quantities of bacteria accumu-
: :; few weeks. Mr Dyk- -- us late, causing GAS, indigestion and
accumulated body astc.-Adv.: stra, succeedingGlen better-looking Blue Eagle than many restless, sleepless nights.If .
Progress and Plans of you want REAL, QUICK RELIEF,
that first .
Frank who was one was.
such Ad-
take a liquid compound as
Guilty of CrimeHe the C. I. O. CampaignV ousted because he lerika. Adlerika contains SEVEN cathartic ,
who profits by crime' guilty and carminative ingredients ,
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ICTORIES for the did not the "Sweeping" Inquiries.
steel please .
of it.Seneca.MOR@.9 cam- that act on the stomach and BOTH f" '
paign of the C.I. 0., which is La Follette regime, A FTER: ,every major disaster: I bowels. Most "overnight" laxatives ,
conducted by Philip Murray, were will receive a salary 'which conceivably was preventable contain lower bowel one ingredient only. that acts,on the

claimed in McKeesport and the C.A.Dykstra of $15,000 a year and I we have a "sweeping Adlerika's DOUBLE ACTION gives
.
Kiski valley, parts will have a residence, and automo-I quiry" or a "searching probe"-it your bringing system out old a poisonous thorough'waste cleansing matter ,

| JELLY .< 'v' of the.Pittsburgh in- bile. His, salary in Cincinnati has depends on which phrase the re- that may have caused GAS pains,
LARGE JARS SCANDID dustrial region that been $25,000.The rorters like best-to fix the blame. sour nights stomach for months., headaches and sleepless

; :, 'y"y; have been strongly new president is fifty-four Rarely does anything come of this, Adlerika relieves stomach GAS at
I
'<-,?: ::;1tt nonunion. years old and unmarried. He was but it must indeed be a great con- once and in usually less than removes two bowel hours.congestion No-

'. Today Yesterday's Pupil '' ',8--t": Eight of the twen- educated at the University of Iowa solation to the widows and the or- waiting for overnight results. This

. Each day is the scholar of yes- "-''" :;, %:', ty-two employee representatives and taught political science at the phans of the victims. famous treatment by many doctors has been and recommended drug-

: terday.-Syrus. M;} in the University of Chicago, Ohio State Seemingly, it never occurs to any- gists for 35 years. Take Adlerika eme-
) '. .d', ';;,A'Fj' Vandergrift plant of and University" of Kansas be- one to make the said investigationbefore half hour before' breakfast or one hour
before bedtime and in a short while
: ':,TT Carnegie Illinois fore 'he'entered the field of public the tragedy occurs, with a you will feel marvelously refreshed.At .

Miss n ,', '::0. Steel, corporation administration. He announced that view of searching out defective all Leading Druggists.

:fJ.f: ; A,:: were reported to he was returning to college work mechanism or imperfect construc-.
have with "great enthusiasm." He also tion then.
L REE LEEF Phir gone over to
the ,Lewis union. said he agreed "down to the grass We are a great people for shut-

;. says Murray The plant employs roots," with the ideals of academic ting the stable door after the horseis NO MORE

3,400 workers.At freedom which prevail at the Uni- gone-shutting it good and tightso

the Leechburg and Bracken- versity of Wisconsin. the probers may have, leisurefor
'
' "CAPUDINE ridge plants of the corporation lead- "That is proper and ought to be," their probing.

ers of the union campaign made he said. "Under this freedom, as e TELLTALEWKLES

relieves demands for recognition of the understood by the teaching profes- Defying a Glacier.I .

Amalgamated Association of Iron, sion, men do not give up opinions, ALASKA, the Revell family are
HEADACHE[ Steel, and Tin Workers, the nucleusof ideas and responsibilities as citizens defying Black Rapids glacier

quicker because Lewis' campaign to unionize com- because they go into teaching." which, without seeming provocationand
pletely the steel industry.All I after remaining perfectly calm

its liquid... but< two of the fourteen employee Month in Jail and Fine I for several million years, suddenly
representatives of the Mc- i started coming down upon them,
&uovedDOLLARS for Dr. F. E. Townsend
auieatfy Keesport Tin Plate company votedto rumbling and roaring and actingup New Cream Smooths Skin. Use
have Lewis' union represent themin UNLESS his appeal is successful, generally as it advances. Its I
E. Townsend, headof Magnesia to Bring Back Youthful
collective bargaining. The com- icy snout is only about a mile away
pany employs more than 3,500 work- Old Age Revolving Pensions, from their roadhouse now, butthey're Complexion- Look Years Younger.
Ltd., will have to spend a month in still serving olde blue
ers.The and ye Don't let rink es rob oui face youth. i
\v
jail pay a fine of $100. This y
union of oil
field, gas well and plate special-choice of jello or fresh
Men admire, women a
the sentence envy young
was passed him
refinery workers, a C. I. O. unit on stewed prunes-;as usual. complexion. Denton's Facial Magnesia
that was expelled from the A. F. of by Judge Peyton Gordon in Wash- The Revells couldn't be New York gives it back to you. Its magnesia base

L., announced that the oil land of ington for contempt of the house of people. In New York, everybody smooths tired skin, clears the pores,

east Texas would be invaded by its representatives in walking out of a strives to move at least once every revives skin texture. I,

organizers very soon. One of the committee meeting last May. two years, whether there's reason Watch the years wipe away
organizers said this was "the cheapest for it or not. A lady flat dweller
& HEALTHThe With the Denton Magic Mirror you can actually
Naval Patrol of
chisellingest field in the world" Spain there likes the scriptural promise ofa see the day by day improvement 5n your corn.plexion.
successful person is a healthy per- where salaries were the worst and Begun by Four Powers house of many mansions becauseit You can unnohceable tee big ugly pores grow
mailer, become ; the skin turni
son. Don't let yourself be handicappedby living conditions deplorable. WARSHIPS( of Great Britain, gives her such a warm glow to smooth and firm; wrinkle.gradually go away.It .

sick headaches, a sluggish condition, Italy and Germany think of spending eternity shifting feel i. years not long younger before your face' look. aid

stomach "nerves" and other dangerous Labor Relations Board started the naval patrol along the from one mansion to another, redecorating -
Hits Remington-Rand coasts of Spain designed to isolate as she goes. SAVE MONEY WITH THIS
of
signs over-acidity. I REMARKABLE OFFER
the civil war as provided for by the *
I R EMINGTON RAND, INC., large Here's your chance to try out Denton's on the
manufacturer of office neutrality agreement entered into Crime and Punishment. most liberal offer we have ever made. W. will
,', '. I equipment by 27 nations. The two latter send you a full 12 ox. bottle of Denton.Facial
nations ATA recent trial in New York
was accused by the federal Magnesia (retail price $1)),plus a regular o
labor relations board of violating are guarding the governmentcoast .for a hideous,murder, the law- box of famous Milnesia Wafors (known throughout -
; and the two former the Fascist the country as the original Milk of Magnesia
for the killer-who
the Wagner-Connery act and of using yer incidentally, tablets),plus the Denton Magic Mirror(show
.' "ruthless" methods in trying to shore line. Ships going to Spainare had confessed-wound up his plea you what your skin specialist sees)...all for only
required to halt at designated $11 l Don't miss cashing in on this extraordinaryoffer.
break the strike of 6,000 workersin with this old and reliable and beau- Good for a few weeks' only. Write today.
six'of its plants. The corporation ports for inspection and agents of tifully logical standby:

was ordered to cease alleged interference the international committee will either "Putting this man in the electric
MILNtSIA FOR HEALTH with union activities of its certify that no arms or volun- chair will never bring back the
DENTON'SFa
Milnesia, the original milk of'magnesia employes; to bargain collectivelywith teers are aboard, or will accompanythe woman he slew-remember that,

in wafer form, neutralizes stomach acids a majority of its workers; to vessels to Spain. I Gentlemen of the jury."
reinstate strikers*without discrimi- But putting a brutal killer in the
gives quick, pleasant elimination. Each nation and to withdraw, support of Great French Arms Plant electric chair will never bring him 111agnesia Ib.

I wafer equals 4 teaspoonfuls milk of magnesia.Tastytoo.20c,35c&60cevcrywhcre.- so-called "company unions" in its Taken by Government back either, which, after all, is the 1 SELECT '9

Ilion,. N. Y., and Middleton, Conn., THE Creusot works of the famous main idea, isn't it, Gentlemen of PROD'1CTSlnc.4402-23rd st.
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plants. Schneider armaments firmin any rational jury? LOngISlandCity.N.Y. .I I

The labor board declared the cor- France has been expropriated by IRVIN S. COBB. 1 Enclosed find $1.00 I
Western Newspaper Union. 1 (cash or stamps)for /:
poration "exhibited a callous, im- the French government and formal 1 which send me your a
perturbable disregard of the rights possession will be taken by decree. 1 special introductory I.
of its that is Where Gullah Negroes LiveSt. 1 combination. 1
employes medieval in' Everything in the workshops and 'I
Helena island off the coast of 1
its 'assumption 'of power over the stores of the firm which has to do I Name .......____________ :
lives of and South Carolina, is held in its entiretyby 1 1
men shocking in its with the manufacture
of arms- Gullah negroes who speak a 1 Street Address __________________ 1
\ concept of the status of the modern tools, machinery, and stockswillbe 1 1
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IN NORMANDY! and Foreign PhrasesEtat Words Acceptance of Gifts

*
HOUGH
not whole
\} T a truth,
* UNIFORM ', ',' r.z .,. the sentiment ,of a German

t; SS w. d'ame. (F.) A state of poet is suggestive indeed:
: :
H } +, K k.a % ga''s ih: I Semper paratus. (L.) Always "What the gods give is neither

SUNDAY [Lesson Ga, i: ::'y''yt7'r prepared. good nor bad; the receiver first
4i; Vox populi, vox Dei. (L.) The 'makes the gift" He makes it

By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. voice of the people is the voice of when he accepts it. God givesus

Dean of the Moody Bible Instituteof God. free air, water, light, food,

it (:) Western Newspaper Chicago. Union. Mauvajs' sujet. (. F.) A rascal and beauties of nature, with '
mind. infinite bounty. How often do

Non est. (L.) It is not; it is we take them to our own destruction -
Lesson for March 28 wanting. We live by these

Sponte sua. (L.) Of one's own ,things, then turn a large part

'-,: ;::. ,. JOHN'S RECOLLECTION OF accord. 'of ,our lives into evil serv-

.' : ,,,,, THE RISEN LORD. Viva voce. (L.) By'living voice; ice. Thus we make the Divine
: ; v i .3' V : iY. : i:f' V: by oral
.' "r testimony. gift an evil thing. Wonderful
; .;", ': LESSON TEXT-John 20:19-29: ; 212024. x Traumerei (Ger.) Reverie, day power this, placed in our per-
( 1,. GOLDEN TEXT And when I saw him, dreams. >
hands! Shall
verse make
'.. ': I fell at his feet as dead. And he laid his > S we
;;' ::.,'- right hand upon me, saying unto me, Fear Vis-a-vis. (F.) Opposite, face to the gift good? -
'::"'. not; I am the first and the 'last: I am he 'face.
:': ."" that liveth, and was dead; and, behold I
A Norman family Takes a Stroll in Ch rboulg.
; I
have
\: : -am alive for evermore Amen: and
:;:;' the keys of hell and of death. Rev. 1:17,18.
::.; ,: PRIMARY TOPIC-Our Living Lord. Prepared by National Geographic Society. The Norman fields are red and
' .<. : JUNIOR TOPIC Eating Breakfast,With t. as.uiiKton., U. C.-WNU Service white with buckwheat. It is an im- nei'to
THE CONQUER. A Wall P Embroider
.... Jesus. portant crop, but raised for local I I
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC- WILLIAM omelets, Mont
sustenance. To Americans the
, ,'," Who Saw Jesus After His Resurrection? -these are features .
; YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC- word "buckwheat" meats just one
of Normandy that
Christ's 'Resurrection a Glorious Fact. tiling griddlecakes, light and preferred) to The Sewing Circle
.. mind with the name of
come to
brown, eaten with a bit of savory Household Arts Dept., 259 W.
You
that old of France.
province
"The best authenticated fact in thus unconsciously, history sausage or drenched with melting II Fourteenth St., New York, N. Y.

: all history"=that'is what competent art accent and, refreshment. butter and sweetened with that di-, Write plainly your name, address .
vine essence of the woods maple and pattern number.
called
historians have the resurrection the where Normandy -
o Cherbourg, port
of Christ. One of America's seems to thrust its nose impudently sirup
greatest legal authorities used it upward-what does it Buckwheat, But''No Cakes. A On -Way Ticket"I

as an illustration of how properlyto mean to the ocean traveler? So But in Normandy the buckwheat expect to pass through this

prove a fact in court. If anyone much weariness of the flesh in con cake is unknown. Some missionary life but once. If, therefore, there
comes to this lesson with doubts and debarking from the North Woods should
nection with embarking be any kindness I can show, or
about the bodily resurrection of our that one is glad to be off. teach its mixture, or make a pile any good thing I can do to any

Lord, let him give himself to a studyof But things are to be seen' there, ol "stacked griddles" such as old fellow-being, let me do it now,

the evidence. He will find it over- and Cherbourg is a gentle introduction Adirondack guides can cook. The and not defer nor neglect it, as I

whelmingly satisfying and complete. to the heady sights farther on. way buckwheat is used in Normandy shall not pass this way again.-
., That is as it should be, for the is to make of it sort of bread
It is,here that one becomes awareof a William Penn
: resurrection is vital to the com- industriesas '
the value of the fishing soggy puttycolored.The :
pleteness of man's redemption. Had
a social center. The chatter, call of Mont St. Michel is acall
Jesus died and remained in the
both shrill and thunderous, that to the heart. You may go
.5 his claims would have been
grave,
5 with the business is by no -
goes hither and yon through France seeing
nullified should indeed have
; we means the least of the interest.It castles and monuments, flow
been "of all most miserable"I
men
is not perfunctory, this fish sell ered lanes and bewitching rivers, Pattern 5766
( Cor. 15:19)). But Paul in
... goes on
the of the boats and
ing by men but always is felt the tug toward
.' triumphant faith, "Now is Christ their wives. Emotion turns the cardin Mont St. Michel, often called, less The Kitten Twins, as much alikeas
from dead. have
.risen the We
,- a many a .sale, for if Jean, the seller formally, "the Mount" or "the, peas in a pod, pose obliginglyfor
resurrection faith, a living Saviour. Apply O-Cedar wax,let it dry-
takes offense at the low .offer Rock." .. your needle. Embroider this
and work is done!You'll have
Our lesson before your
brings us our
refusalto plump cuddlesome pair and you'llhave
of a retailer, he growls a ,
bright, floors in 20 minutes
Unresisting at last find sparkling -
Lord in his post-resurrection ap- you your-
"= trade and if Ginette displays the gayest wall panel ever-
; O-Cedar self-polishing wax
self straight down the coast from
pearance to his disciples, and' a her wares with enticing good nature a panel 'that will be a delight in isn't slippery, won't check. Full
Cherbourg at the little town of Av-
conversation with Peter.
subsequent she laughingly reaps a big any room! Just single and outline satisfaction guaranteed-it's an
\. These verses fittingly tie up the ranches, from which the happy pil- stitch in silk cotton OCedarproduct.DELICIOUS.
handful of coins for the deep pocket or angorawool
resurrection of Christ with the life grim ,gets his first glimpse of the I
concealed in her ample wool ,skirt. and it's ready to be lined
and service of his followers. Those And of course there is the exchange Mount. I and hung! In pattern 5766 you will ij
who serve the risen Christ have an Avranches is set sudde- hill
of local gossip. Where a on a find a transfer pattern of a wall
inward peace and an outward au- few white-capped women gatherthe and to reach its gems of interest hanging 14% by 18 inches; a color

thority and power. Their convictions talk runs highest, for the wom- the road sweeps upward on 'the chart; material requirements; illustrations -

are based on the best of evidence an who retains the bonnet of her steeps. In so doing it passes a of all stitches used;
and carry them forward to a life of library. That seems prosaic un-
ancestors is usually one who prefers directions _for finishing wall hang
. personal responsibility and service. word-of-mouth to newsprint 01 ra til into one's mind flashes the ,

' I. Peace (20:19-21)). dio. It is a pity the caps are passing remembrance that it is here that ing.To obtain this pattern send 15 r .

i.at Peace of Soul is absolutely essential The faces ruddy and perhapstoo great treasures of the Mount have cents in stamps or coins (coins

' .,W..... to useful and satisfied living. irregular, look better when found safe harbor after disturbing
Only as we are steadfast, immovable topped .vith picturesqueness than conflicts. ,Here are parchments.writ-

," can we be "abounding in the when frankly unadorned.In ten in the twelve hundreds.

work of the Lord" (I Cor. 15:58). Cherbourg, tOo, one comes up- Here, too, is the work of the monk,

Steady at the center, active at the on the sight of women washing at Abelard, whose love for Heloise is

circumference. a public fountain. That is a matter even better remembered than his JrkyzL; !t"

I, II. Authority (vv. 21-23)) that always interests. How can they treatise, "Sic et Non"-such is the

Commissioned and sent by the work in cold water? What a boon,, delight one takes in romance.

Son of God, clothed with Holy it would be to these hardworkingwomen Up the hill is the Plate-forme, a Says GEORGE RECTOR

Spirit power, the Church of God if a little hot water were name which sounds dull enough un- World's foremost Food Authority

has his authority. While some have supplied! If you have ever watched til, as one stops to survey it, its

read too much into verse 23, others them at work you ,have seen grim history comes back from some as'f e NO

have read out of it the real authoritythat courage. pigeonhole of the mind. What an

God has given.III. In Apple Blossom 'rime. astounding chapter of history it OF PHILLIPS KITCHENS

Conviction (vv. 24-29) In the very first miles out of Cher- commemorates, this simple stone

Thomas made the serious error bourg the charm of Normandy be- patform ringed about with chains!

of being absent from the gatheringof gins to assert itself. Suppose it be It is all that is left of the great the Ton,grand too, will flavor praise of

the disciples when the Lord Jesus May, what is the enchantment? cathedral which was taken down in these 18 wholesome, G'' '

stood in their midst. Let those who The apple trees. They are every- 1799 as it began to collapse. Soups nourishing-mado Southern from ; :

commonly absent themselves from where, like the maids dressed in This spot, the Plate-forme, was t finest garden -fresh ? "'
!
.' :,' 'the place and hour of worship take sprigged muslins. just before the cathedral door, andit vegetables cest meats.and cholWed.Afternoon. -

.; ,." heed lest they miss a blessing, and The country is full of little hills, was here in 1172 that the King

"' ?'. ( k coming later add nothing to the so that each farm has its slopes of England, Henry II, knelt before ON THE AIR

.'.' spiritual life of the church, but rather and its brooks, among which stand the prelates and emissaries of the' .

"-. ":, become troublers and doubters. the blooming trees. And all this pope to atone for the murdei of ;;7 4 at 1:30 kvi

But God graciously turns 'the loveliness produces the cider whichi Thomas a Becket in Canterbury L NetROrk a "

doubt of Thomas into a means of the wine of the Norman country Cathedral. The king, having been 2sd11CL0u: '
blessing to all of us who since then and one of its big products.The excommunicated, was not allowedto PHILLIPS

have read of his experience. Thomas farmhouses themselves are prostrate himself before the gore SOUPS

was an honest doubter. God is approached by these saucy> trees geous company from the Vatican _

always ready to meet such with which flaunt sprays of pink againstthe within the building, but had to remain -

satisfactory proof. The trouble is old gray stones. You get an outside until their absolutionwas
that there, are so many in the world impression that all farmhouses
I are given him; and on his royal
.. who use professed doubts to covera *. near cousins of old castles. Their I knees which ached miserably.The PLEASE ACCEPTTHIS
life of sin. size is often prodigious to Americaneyes

Doubt may come to any man. In ; accustomed as we are to the Sands of Mont St. Michel.

itself it is no sin. But to cherish wooden farmhouse. The wide sweepof The time to see Mont St. Michelis "

:',:, ": It and hold to it in unbelief-that well-cut gray stone walls has a at any time when you find your- lo4PIECE / /

;,. t.: ;;, is a different matter. One wise spiritual dignity of other days.A I self near. If a chance to see it is

.-; fJh :,/." leader rightly counselled his round tower, which seems to i given, even if it be midnight or
} \f.: ; 'people, "Believe your beliefs and be set on some part of the building winter, the sight should not be SILVER SETfor

:; doubt your doubts. Never make the rises from the ground, a separate missed. But if a choice of times ,
mistake of doubting your beliefs or : entity, yet an indispensablepart
can be made, then the time of high
J'r believing your doubts." of the whole. It may be in- tides is that time. And if thereis only

; < When Thomas saw the Lord, tensely agrarian in its intent, in its "a moon, and one can spend the

doubt rapidly changed to strong per- interior uses, but it vividly suggeststhe night on the Rock, then sightseeing 25c complete with
sonal conviction and abandonmentof old of the castle tower in
', story has reached its ultimate.
:
himself to his Lord and Saviour. which a fair damsel was confinedin purchaseof F
From Avranches the view resolves your
IV. Responsibility (21:20-24) I cautious protection, a protection 1'
itself into of the
a Bayof
This incident took place at a later I naughtily defeated by the maiden's map one can of ,
Mont St. Michel and that great
of Jesus to smaller letting down her hair ladderto f
appearance a as a f
sand from 'which tide
of the
space B. T. Babbitt'sNationally
group of the disciples. The irre- a waiting lover.
recedes. For 22 miles, from Av
pressible Peter has, as usual, a Even the livestock of the Norman
ranches to Cancale on the Brittanyside Known F
question to ask, "What shall this country is conspicuously different '
extend these tidal sands and
man do?" It is a right thing to be j I from the accustomed. The gaitof ;
in the middle of all this flatness, Brand of LyeThis
concerned about the welfare of the immense Percherons setsa
oth-\\ if floating in the sky like a mirage -
ers, to see to it that they live pace for the work of the farmer, as
rises the rock of MontSt.
and do right. But there is in our who is ever shouting to them a granite lovely pure silver-plated Set-knife, to B. T. Babbitt, Inc., Dept. WN, 386
,',. relationship to God a primary personal strange sound, "Hue!" delivered Michel Two hundred and fifty fork, soup spoon and teaspoon in aristo- Fourth Ave., New York City,N.Y.Your
*: feet it towers, and man-made structures cratic Empire design is offered solely to Set will reach you promptly, postage
- ..: responsibility our own lives. with reproach or scorn. Magnificent and for
Set
j\.\ have increased its height to get you to try the pure brands of lye paid. You'll thank us for the
A The writer of the Song of Solomon animals they are. but never to with 100 uses,shown at right.Use lye for introducing these brands of Lye to you.
F (1:6) spoke, a profound and deep- be hurried, whether at the plow 498 feet. cleaning clogged and frozen drain pipes, OFFER GOOD WITH ANY LABEL

", .cutting word when he said, "They or along the roads i, The curious and seeking, observer for making finer soap, other for sweeteningswill SHOWN BELOW
You'll
etc. use no Lye once
'
made me keeper of the vineyards; As a farmer can go no faster than can also note from afar the three you've tried one of these brands.
'; but my own vineyard have I not his horse, his life is regulated by j:1 uistinct tiers on the Rock. First
: : "kept." Perhaps Jesus is saying to the Percheron Will he some day '!, above the waters are the ramparts How to Get Your Silver Set III.

\ me, or to you, the solemn words exchange this placid power for; a i I splendid in their medieval strength: To get your 4-piece Silver Set, merely
of shownat
band
\ that he spoke to Peter "What is Ford the band clustered houses send the from any can Lye
hurrying or Citroen? I i next of right, with 25c (to cover handling,
that to thee? follow thou me." A light horse built for speed per >, "clinging like limpets to a rock;" mailing,etc.)with your name and address ltiM.... Star
Personal responsibility should be haps five miles an'hour, is used for and then the buttressed Merveille Ited DewtI Giant-

one of the most resultful factors in the high-wheeled hooded carts !1. and the crown of towers 'and turrets I lt } .Jt P UT- ftsi! 1_, .Q f'} \ ;( : J ]( "JN ; ,it'
the making of manhood, as in the which take folks to market on a resting on that marvel of masonry '
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Clewuton News I Kit is at the helm of the Sentinel, feeding solutions to his troughs of according to proven fcrmulas, tend I mains is the comiae.'. 1:1 Ii za Ion of ,

The as he will probably make a multitude pure water, Is producing a better healthy, protected plants that grow the practice on a profit .ule scale. .
I I in that sheet quality of tomato which yields as
of improvements
-- -" I in shallow troughs 01 chemically I Sizeable plant produt.ng factories
I I'm not acquainted with Carr high as 200 tons to tlu acre. Furth- '
';shed every Friday in Clewiston, treated water, to yield unbelievable under able executive management _,
Settle, managing editor, but ermore, he matures ripe fruit in four
CLEWISTON NEWS, quantities of better gr-ade produce
the _
orida. by: if they make anything out of the months and a continuous heavy bearIng I might turn out tremei aous quanti-
than ever came from tae soil itself"This j
nc. Sentinel, both Kit and Carr certainly plant the ensuing nine months. ties of fresh product daily within
is a question that
have a job on their hands .. Potatoes chemically fed responded truck farmers may well Florida I easy reach of the nat m's markets,
Keathley Bowden, Editor ,i i i But I'm wishing then much success with an amazing result depositing ''It leaving truckers to fi u other em-
will this next
I not occur year or ,I
''and' sincerely hope ..hey'll get out, hundreds of clean white tubors to 'I ployment, turn their Di. '1' farms into
I but new ideas and methods, once;
'!:a new Sentinel worthy of the fine establish a crop record of 2465 bush- pasture lands. Could me ?pendent pri-
mat- proven and established, often take ;
i'ntered: as second class mail 'town It's published in. -traggler, els to the acre. j vately owned truck fLims compete
i hold with surprising rapidity. A few
the Post
at
"r February 1, 1927, I'I in KIssimmee Gazette. Today ,chemical farming is moreor far seeing truckers are keeping; with a single acre factory that pro-
under |
Office in Clewiston, Florida, duce 'than farm?
4\
less experimental, but such more a t re
abreast of chemical farming -
progress
The Act of March 3, 1897 amaz-j And what of the politician
ing results have been achieved poor
QURlr.U.K. f.MMOaEDA00AdMMMToo and in certain areas established -
Investment capital is very hothouse methods and plan to be whose principal appeal for reelectionis
$2.00 I year. terested. This past year housewives' : "My Friends, I too and a DIRTfarmer"
'subscription; rate, per ) Late To Classify prepared when the new agriculture
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\Advertising rates on application. eagerly purchased laboratory'grown develops on a commercial scale. I
vegetables, served plump red. tomatoes I i!
Eastern capital, sensing the ad-
CJ3y 'R..ussell Kay that soil had never touched, Trees Sleep in Winter
vantage that might attend the pro-
Devoted to the advancement and baked sleek fat potatoes whose eyes I Trees may be said to be sleepingin
duction of quality truck-crops in the
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry li1MsfIxuAf1.a..m..a..1 had never seen the DIRT. I II winter. They are alive, breath-
environs of great centers'of.. popula-
County. While weary "DIRT" farmers in Progress in science and inventionhas ; tion such as New York, Cleveland or ing, and slowly consuming their

broiling sun stumble mile on mile I revolutionized industry, given Chicago, are studying the problem stored food supplies; but are food.not
behind the plow, hopefully drop seed employment to millions, brought 'unemployment -: seriously but fortunately for Florida growing or manufacturing any
In these is
'ExclusiveWNU in endless. rows, gamble with the to millions more, made I land I other truck producing areas, similar to respects the woodchuck a tree which very is
elements, disease and insects, and costly equipment obsolete, given heating and lighting costs necessaryto '
I napping in,some well-protected den.
for 'a "break", chemistsin birth to gigantic new factories, openIng _
pray lucky 'I successful chemical farming is excessive Both will become active-aga I1 when
comfortablelaboratories hump I new avenues of industrial and and it is probable that if such I warm weather returns, although
over test tubes, mix chemicals, and[ commercial adventure and forever' : I( factories are developed they will be the tree probably will be at work I
FeaturesA these in proper quantities are fed to ( closing others.Agriculture located in the milder climates of I first. I

hungry plants in shallow Wlter-fill-j,. through the march of California or Florida. .

ed ,troughs above which sup-, years, while benefiting from science Professor F. W.' Gericke, associ- Island:: of Merle Cristo
DREAM REALIZEDThe ported by wire netting and layers I I and invention, has retained: its gen- ate plant physologist of the Univer- The island of Monte Cristo lies iIt\

of sawdust or excelsior. ,, eral character, ever dependent on the sity of California, a laader: midway between Corsica and Italy,

opening of a navigation chan The "DIRT" farmer, If fortunate, I soil as a workhouse. Improved equIp- new field of chemical farming, amazed I south of ,the Island of Elba. It was

nel from the Atlantic to the Gulf,, produces five or six tons of tomatoesor ment has made possible the easy CUltivation colleagues by growing tobacco 20 the scene of the successful treasure

utilizing Lake Okeechobee and the 150 bushels of potatoes to the of increased acreage. But feet high without the aid of soil. Dr. hunt participated in by Edmund
Caloosahatch.ee river is the realiza acre. His is achievement heralded as always the basic element of agriculture Robbinsat the New Jersey Experi DanteSj one of the Alexander Dumas' ,r-
phenomenal; realtors and Chambersof was DIRT. Now science would heroes.
tion of a dream that has recurred in ment station exhibits cotton plants
the minds of far-sighted citizens of Commerce secretaries point with take that from us. with beautiful bolls produced in pots
The Caf": ria
this section of Florida for years. The I pride to it;; fertilizer' companies seek Will our truck farms of tomorrow of pure sand but chemically' fed. Other The cafeteria's first noted devel-

fact that the construction of a navigation his endorsement. take the form of compact "vegetable. chemists continue such experi- opment was in Los !Angeles in 1905,
channel was incidental to the; But the chemist, in his jdirtless factories"-hot houses where neatly ments with marked success. There is I but there were several restaurantsof

'7',"''ruction of a levee around Lake i laboratory, through the intelligent dressed young'scientists with mani- no question as to the possibility of this type in Nev York ar.d Chi-

", -hobpe and to the deepening injection of scientifically concocted I cured hands mix ,varied _chemicals such farming methods. All that re i cago much earlier

.1! straightening: of the Caloosahat-!

v !lee river does not dampen the en: ,
ttiusiasm or lessen the ardor of the

creamers and their cohorts. II'|

To Clewiston and the Lake Sec-

tion, the watercade's official open- ]f

ing of the waterway brings forcefully *, t
4 r t
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to mind the fact that'the gigantic ( A r
I
$18,000,00.0 project' is rapidly ,neartng -I

completion., In fact:: there remains (
a little north shore levee work, a '11t-i
I
f e ripmpcrotertion and ,a little
more Caloc tcliee straighteningand

the fig 'ng touches will be
completed. Sotiir4h' 7

Since the sinning of the pro- *

ject in 1931 assured residents and I

landowners of the .district adequate

protection from flood waters of Lake\ )

Okeechobee, an almost} unbelievable

development and improvement: has I ,
taken place in the section. Hund-1'

- r-Hls of new homes have ...
: Sjvrn: :ShM'nmvn. yMPIH,, ,.
y
S'.ructed in the communities along I"
ije south chore and dozens upon'

': u ens of new business buildings \

, have been erected. '
Visitors.today who were either res-I' ,

, idents or visitors of the;truly pioneer,
i' a's of this section are amazed at!

v?st 'changes that :cave taken

I
, e erases:: have een almost j
,;- 1 v to (he restoration of confi.i -

; .i) :-nee'in the section. The most fertile

''M :Action of the entire United States

V ray now go forward without let or I

:( nnderance, secure in the knowledge
: hat :a beneficent government, with I

.. he assistance! of the tax-payers of I
lie section, and through the skill of !

r; 'ie corps of Engineers of the U. S. i1

r Army have provided the necessaryprotection -' Chevrolet'*Perfected Hydraulic Brakes 4''t' -<'' Chevrolet's exclusive double-articulated
v" for the adequate .
are unbelievably soft and easy to open brake shoe linkage assures a full con
L tent of land and buildings. Improve-I'
n
", :" ate-always dependable-always safe tact of tbe brake lining with the drum
; This was the chief
and positive in action. when brakes
are applied.
, creation of the Okeechobee Flood I V ;
Control District and of the- participation .. '
;
i of the federal government in \, ",.;o'J

t,;: the Lake OkeechobeeCaloosahatcheeriver ; i.


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i. of the levees, there was necessarily -,' 'GJ

i:" provided a navigation channel

f' of sufficient depth and width fort Perfected Hydraulic .. ;,

., yachts, cruisers, speedboats' and other ,
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'" interest. There is no doubt but that .,
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r.;: soar into the hundreds next. season, g ? 4 new car y y
when Florida is the I .,... f
gathering placeof .
it.- : .'. ...1 ;,-.'t :. -.
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.
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any Keathley Bowdenbut, I'do know "

Kit Bowden '. >. An old side;kick m__ D I J mJ) l .
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of mine on the. :Okeechobce:New i IDrJ
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few years ago":,' :V.. 'Atid' I'ja glad .__ .- .- .,"c."e_ '._'.;- ,t:.i :





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FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1937 i 'THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAG1J FIVEs

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! ...*..:..:..:..:..:..*..;..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:...:.:..:..:w:..:..: "; I Portable seats, the management UNCLE EZRA COMING HERE r towels makes bigger laundry' bills, ,r Austria Honors War Horses '
?j X i --l:1ts. Uncle Ezra is bringing with especially if they happen to be put All horses in Austria which '

_i: Personal Mention j jtj j tiirn a cast of 25 radio stage and I, in while damp. A good plan is to buy served during the World war are to ,'.
| screen stars in fact the same cast as large towels for the adults, if they be decorated with 'a medallion and :::

,& ................................................................................- ...................1... 1 made hi3 theatre tour. like them, and small ones for the receive 100 pounds of oats each i
.. the weekendwith Uncle Ezra Jones is played by Bil- .' children. from the Society for the Preven- .' -i
Jones Bryan spent I tion of
Cruelty to Animals. '
I':v Hall of Lewiston, Maine. Mr. Hall I :
relatives in Valrico.
or years has been one of the great'st I "j
-- Unions, uaruc urn I
Jerry and Fred Cato spent the I rural oommedians, was featured $4 Onions and garlic were established Romans' Fire-Making ".:J

'. week-end in Arcadia with relatives. :. ith "Tho Old Homestead", "Way wr .. s Aye articles of food in ancjc>'"' I Romans ground a mixture of sulphur r,'
--- I j Down East", "York State Folks", 4 r Egypt and dried, decayed leaves between j
, Quincy Adams Sawyer," etc. When ,stones to obtain fire. ,'
Mrs. Ora W. Powell and Miss J
'r' lenry Ford wanted old time music- 4 I
; Jewel Hinton of Pahokee visited Mr.. I for his "Old Time Band" he .. .__ .
:vns s .. .. ,. .
Mrs. W. F. Simpson Thursday.Mrs. "?W- "'- > o= "" .. -
and i ;
vent tc the state of Maine for this
--:-- tvpe of musician and comedian. '1
C. R. Cruze and .Mrs. Grat-I CLEWISTON
Thei\' are twenty other performersvith f fFRIDAY'
ton George were business visitors in ', the "Barndance". 2
West Palm Beach Wednesday.: y dyx', 2 ?>
Two free band concerts will be t
.... APRIL
--- given, one at noon time on the main \' :; \ >,
andMr. .
:Mr. and Mrs. Houston Wall :
street and the other at 7:00 P. M. at I (ONE NIGHT ONLY "
) ;
Mrs. Richardson of Tampa :
and the tent which will be erected opposite -
were week-end visitors in Clewiston. the city hall. Common sense pric- I Opposite City Hall Adults 35c Children 15c ::

--- js will prevail. One complete show ': 1
Perry: Wall of Tampa was in Clew- lasting 2 1-2 hours will start promptly ,
iston as a guest during ,the. water- the
at 8:00 P. M. Don't forget .
cade celebration date, Friday, April 2, one ,night only. I '
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','. Mrs., A. W.. Lawrence, accompaniedby .N:N:N:N:--o. . . :N:N:N:N:N:NN, :H, "
Mrs. R. L. Saxon of Moore Haven, I

was. a visitor in Arcadia Sunday. HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES |IVeck1r .0' 9 I /
\ from Home Demonstration I ,"I

Mrs.. G. B. Thomas and daughter, Specialists, Tallahassee I
Louise and Ed Thomas left today I I
,O' Mary ............................ Piaed41tQ8N
of few days with .! !..!..!...!..!..!..!.. ..... : : : : : : : : : I
for a visit a '

relatives in Safety Harbor.. I, BATH TOWELS Ii IiI I PER 0M Z'' '!:

I well to remember they shrink con-
Mrs. Max Meluh is spending the I UNCLEEi'
Towels offered as "specials" orb siderably ''in laundering.
week in West Palm Beach to be nearher '
husband who is patient in the .argains: are usually so classed for\ Another thought in buying towels JONES i
Good Samaritan Hospital. one or two reasons. They may be 'is that the needs and habits of the
... P
.
AND HIS
than
.. -- .. cut shorter or woven narrower different members of the family

- ;" ',' 1Irs.V.. F. Simpson, Mrs. Olin the usual measurements in order to should be considered. Buying large, Radio Gaq ,J

1 r,,:" Carleton, Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart and sell at a lower price. They may be: heavy towels exclusively is not always -I ':,\
:. : Mies' Dorothy Lockhart were visitors he customary size but lighter in economical, particularly when YOU HAVE HEARD THEM ,,- '.
'
:'' weight. They may be seconds, thatis there children in the ON THE RADIO NOW ,);
family.
are
.., ', ,. ,, inVest Palm Beach Thursday. I SEE THEM ON THE STAGE I .
imperfect in respect. Or,
\ some I Small towels, light in weight, are
: ;, ::' Mrs. I. M. Pafford and daughters, the merchant may have been able easier for them to manage./ Then, ( r ,":..4L
..r Anne and Mary Kay, and Mrs. Keath- to purchase the stock at a reduced I too, lighter towels are easier to e ':

,, ;\. ,> ley Bowden are business visitors in price by taking the 'entire output ofa handle' 'on wash day. If the laundryis ,L
'i'-' Fort Myers today. small mill or some such 'reason, done outside the home and paid ,
'
;. .:" : \ -- and may be passing on some of the for by the pound. lighter-weight ::
-
:,a Mr. and Mrs Perry Saunders of aving to his customers. towels are often preferred because

. :i:""'.' Fort Pierce were among the guests When buying bath towels, it is. the increased weight of large bath

>l\.".,'," here for the celebration of the,water ",
.. ,: ;:.; way opening.Mr. I
,,' (, > -- --
- '..,
..\:'\: and Mrs. H. O. Peters and ,)

":,: ,.,:;'-' daughter, LaDeen, of West Palm :]
f
';:,,; ','. Beach, were guests of' friends in f- .
: .
. \, Clewiston this week.

' '.
"'.' .' -.
< Miss Frances Morgan, Mrs. J. M. .
:
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: \
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: >f' Hulsey and Kathryn Hulsey are "
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: -'J'Y
-f--- :
: .
.. '::: spending this week-end in West Palm : -- "

l Beach, visiting, Miss Margaret. Mor- /1'- ,_ .' '
rk .. .
I gan. .
".' Sprmg '
:
,! Mrs J. F. Matter and Miss Kath-:: .

erine O'Brien of' Detroit, ,who have 1-r ; ..". ,,0-
been visiting in Miami, were guests

from Wednesday, till Sunday of Mr.

and Mrs. M. E. VonMach;

., /:_ Spending several days in lewisj % SALE c-m

j 1\ ):... ton this, week while on an extended CLEAN-UP

8; 'J:! trip through the South are Mr. and .

, /:c'"",' Mrs. J. E. Mahoney and daughter, "

!/;';/:.,' of Swampscott, Massachusetts.
] :;:' .
( ,< Captain and Mrs. Richardson Se- -- .
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);,)' ,!;' lee of Fort Belvoir, Belvoir, Virgiu- Ci\RS

I <*11-&& ', ia, arrived Saturday and were guests USED
. .'s, ||, of Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff this -
W $'",,Jweek.. Captain Selee returned yesterday -
', "'<.",." but his :wife is remaining, for a ,
; -
':: ? *"F., longer visit. ,,

:, I j ;
::. Among the men from the local
..
I :, ", pub-office of U. S. Engineers who c. ;
'r made the trip down the Caloosahat- 1 111111 1 w v ; 3as': ;

' "-. vchee with the various boats in the
'i,
watercade celebration Tuesday were

n/) Sidney Hoover, M. T. Ironmonger 4

,;,',;''>"r. S. W. Houser, John B. Dotterer, R. .
!. ::' H. Collins, IVQV M. Pafford, W. F. I

Simpson, R., N. Smith, Leslie Miller, I
C. D. Beatty, Milton Thompson, Her-

.. man Dyess, Coburn Moore, and L. Buy N Oq J /
, "M. M. Knapp, Captain and Mrs. G. E. .
1 _, Linkswiler were aboard the Kissim-

mee. J WHILE PRICES


", A group of U. S. Engineers. their ARE: LOW
wives and .friends made ,the trip to
I
Stuart Sunday 'on the two Engineer

boats, the Kissimmee and the An-

cona, which took part in the Stuart- -
Fort Myers watercade Monday and fc* ?

.. Tuesday. Captain and Mrs. G. E. V, "

Linkswiler, Captain and Mrs. R. Se 100 %', SATISFACTION OR 100 % REFUND
lee. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mr.
.
and Mrs. W. C., Owen, Mr. and Mrs. t
The big the 1937 Ford 'i.
swing to V-8 Buy better
Fred I. Hill, and Mr. and Mrs. F. a newer used car now:

Deane Duff were aboard the Kis- has brought to your Ford dealer while present low prices are in ef t

simmee. On the Ancona were Mr. and I late model first class used of fect. ED GUAR
cars Remember R & G
I every car:
;
Mrs. Leslie Miller, Mr. and Mrs.
M. Pafford and daughter, Anne, Mr. all popular makes. must meet definite specifications

and 1Irs.V.. M. Bradnack, Mr. and [This desire of so many people to 'set up by the Ford factory and is
Mrs. 0, H. Roberts and Sidney Hoov- ., 1
';; the guaranteed in writing by Ford
1937
er. Joining the latter party at Canal own Ford V-8 creates an your

", 'Point 'were Mrs. Grover Poole and .' :' opportunity for you to get a fine dealer-"100% satisfactory or Every R&G used car and truck j

Mrs. J. F.. McLure. used car at a real low price. 100% money back." See your: measures up to specificationslaid

Ford dealer today. Don't wait and down by the Ford Factoryand
VAN ARMAS'S RADIO BARN
I
; TO HE HERE MARCH 311 ... > Right now Ford dealers are getting run the risk of higher prices. Your: Is fully GUARANTEED: In '

"I. ready for the, spring, rush of busi present car will probably cover the writing on a MONEY-BACK (t : '
e
John R. VanArman's Radio Barn !
:t ness-when both new and used down and basis. j
(The "A
payment more.
Dance, bringing Uncle Ezra Jones 'j ,.:t
'
cars will be in '
and his radio gang here Friday. ; greater demand. balance on easy terms. ...... .'
April 2. This radio attraction has ..
been playing the best theatres ,from -
.
t
I Maine to Florida, it 'is 'said, and are ,
coming here in their new waterproof I
tent theatre, no expense has bee !
'
,spared to make it the finest par,
able "en-tour with 1000 'coni -

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CLEWISTON NEWS. FRIDAY MARCH 26, 1937



I I The Sentence Should Be


BY. HO4RE 10 'Years at Hard Labor


BRIGHT MARY SCHUMANN DAY '"Now, here's your act! At this '.{

point you fall into his arms and

I lay your head upon his shoulder.He .
DR. JAMES W. BARTON pushes you away and you rushat

Talks About him-and throw your arms about
his neck and look into his eyes.

5 TAR ; Operations and the Heart. Then he makes/ threat to strike
"Copyright Macrae Smith Co.
WNU Service, A ,LTHOUGH deaths whilst under you and you shrink back, sort of ,
an anaesthetic are now very dazed. Again you make an effortto

l rare. every anaesthetist. surgeon fall into his arms, but he again

and physician is alert and very raises his hands to strike you;
r
I watchful before during and afteran this causes you to cry aloud and
CHAPTER XContinued20 two compared to say, you done' that" since you camefrom operation fall unconscious, and he leaves
know I don't give a darn whetherwe school.
I It( there and walks Do
is to prevent accidents duringthe you away.
"You 'haven't been before
get away :
Si Blewey, the caretaker, a tall any. taking of an anaesthetic that you, get it?"
"Liable not to-you will be handi- and I'm glad to see you, Hughie.
weather-beaten native of the hills, the patient is usually admitted to "Yeah! But how much am I
capped from the start. Bring anything for the family lard
met them at the door. Just behind hospital the previous day so thatan gonna get fer t'rowin dis fight?"-
"I going to 'compared er? ,
was
him Jim, the colored chef, say examination of Kansas City Star.
was
:
"
to having you along, said Doc, "Three grouse and a couple oi ,
smiling. not looking at Hugh as he moved quail-but don't ask' who shot heart blood pres-
The hall was filled with trophiesof v sure and .urine can
and deer. Gun racks occupied ahead. them. ,''" .b'e made
moose dwelt Doc's broad sauntered out ol The Choicest
Hugh's eyes on Jerry Purdue ManIf
one side. To the left wasa :. One of the dangersthat
back. Something sturdy and dependable ,the living-room. "Good-evening,
living-room thirty feet long and is always i n you would choose the choicest
about that back. Mr. Marsh. Have a nice trip?
about eighteen wide, with a gray ;: mind is that a patient book, select the one that's soiled
match? "Yes thanks. Hugh looked at
"Got a' ,
stone fireplace, blackened at the may have and worn; and as you finger
Doc paused and pulled out his him with surprise. Was Jerry now
lintel, a fire of beech logs blazingin ; heart disease which through its leaves you'll note how
lighter. calling on Kezia? "If you'll excuse -
it. has always been they are curled and torn. The
Hugh kept his eyes down as he me I'll go wash, up a bit. '
with
Doc showed it to Hugh considered a serious book, by use, acquired these
held the flame to his pipe. "Get He joined his mother in the library -
pride. "Here's where we spend our L risk during'the an- marks, which show on every leaf I
this straight, old man-I'm not at the end of the hall a few 6
sit
Tonight they'll up aesthetic.Dr. and
evenings. page, as eager eyes have.)' i
late, perhaps a poker game or talk- much for'saying things, as you minutes later, a pleasant room withd Barton It is interesting' scanned ,the text to garner wis- !

ing guns and dogs, but tomorrow know-but your taking me on this fireplace, 'and open bookshelves therefore to read in dom for the age.

night, the first day of the season, trip means a lot to me. Think of lining the'walls. She had been read Archives of Surgery. Chicago of the Then, if you'd choose the

one by one they disappear up the the finest life-saving job you ever ing something and the book lay on study made by Drs. J. Hickman, H. choicest man, select not one who's

stairs. Can't stay awake." accomplished in that hospital of I her lap. L. Livingstone and M E Davies. prude and prim, but pick the man

Hugh and Doc occupied one of yours-tumor on the brain, blood "How long has this been goingon Chicago. They followed during a who shows some wear, and has '

the seven bedrooms. The "bull- transfusion-what are .some of thethingsyoudo ?" He motioned toward the liv. period ot two years the history of the marks of use on him.-William
with its eight to keep people alive?" ing-room. 336 A. Gearhart. I
pen, a long room I _patients with heart disease who
cots, was left for the late arrivals.They I "Amputation. "Quite a while." had undergone operations.Fair .
had lunch in the big dining- "Amputation ." Hugh's hazeleyes "Do you approve of it?"

room with its rectangular table, held a sudden glint. "What "No I gave my consent because Surgical Risks.

made of planks with birch log sup- ever you do there," he said slowly, she was meeting him secret Since there were only six der'hs GRANDMA KNOWS

ports, .then set out with Si Blewey-- "you're doing now for me-d'you ly." due to heart disease'and' two to

and two or three members of the understand?" "There's Ellen ." i lung disease that could be linked WHY PENETRO HELPS

club from Tryon City to recon- Doc nodded". "Sure, I do." As "I know." Pain was alive fora 'up in any way with the operation 'COLDSGrandma

noitre. he walked on he whistled a few moment in his mother's eyes. I and anaesthetic in the 336 patients knows"mutton

They tramped up to Wolf's Hol- bars of "Pack up your troubles"half "What will be the outcome?" I who underwent ,345 operations (a -" suet," and Penetro has a.

low, to the cherry grove, and in the under his breath. "She will tire of him-or she will death rate of 'about 2 per cent;. it mutton suet base. la

old orchard they found fresh bear That afternoon when they came in marry him. She says she wants tc shows that, as a.group, patients with I addition, Penetro contains -

tracks. The bear had been feed- footsore and weary, they had two marry him now." heart disease are fairly good surgical 113% to 227% more
:medication than other
ing from the old apple trees, had birds, both of which Doc had shot., Hugh lighted his pipe. "They'llbe risks. -' nationally sold cold any salve.

clawed out the honey from a stump. After dinner Hugh wandered out- damnably unhappy, I predict. Angina pectoris (the severe pain .,. ., Vj

After dinner Doc showed him side away from the smoke-filled, He pulled on his pipe savagely under the beast bone due, it is OLD THE FASHIONED SALVE WITH MUTTON A BASE SUET OF

how to oil his gun, and discussedthe noisy livingroom.He "Jerry smashing up Ellen and thought, to lack of oxygen in the

value of 12, 16, and 20 gauge saw a small animal swimming Kezzie wanting him to satisfy hex blood going to the heart), coronary'

shotguns. Hugh refused to enter a -perhaps a beaver. The lake was vanity." occlusion (when the blood vessel or'I

bridge game, but sat behind Rap at black, shot with a few reflectons of "I know those things, Hugh. And !'i,I vessels. helping to bring blood ,to

the poker table for an hour. Then light from the windows of the lodge; the heart muscle gets blocked), de

such a weariness came over him the opposite shore was shrouded in yetHWhat?" compensation (when the heart mus- Lost Virtues

that he went up to his bedroom. darkness. "Amputation." The word "I think that Kezia will get along cle has not the power to pump the Virtues lose themselves in self-

As he undressed he vaguely wondered repeated itself, clung to him. with him better than Ellen. They blood properly), hardening of the interest, as streams lose them
what Dorrie was doing.: She arteries, and thyroid poisoning selves in.the sea.-Rochefoucauld.
He raised his eyes. The faint have a common meeting ground-
was staying with his mother whilehe radiance of early evening was in their selfishness makes them understand (poisoning of the heart muscles by

was' gone. She didn't want to the sky. A single star, very bril- each other. Ellen has the excess amount of thyroid juice Do something about

take a vacation now. The only liant, very large, hung above the depth and loyalty; she is sufferingnow from the thyroid gland in the neck), ;iJ.
place she cared to go was Atlantic are, in the order named, the most Periodic Pains .
she
top of a pine. It seemed to be but not so much as might _
City, and she would rather go thereat serious diseases, of heart and blood
challenging' hisattention.. Bright have done later. Take Cardul for functional pains

Easter. Strangely enough, she star "But, Mother, he won't make vessels with which physicians have, of menstruation. Thousands of wom-
seemed removed outside the
He gazed at it a ,long time. Its Kezia happy." to deal. en testify it has helped them. If
periphery of his emotions,. for the steady shining seemed to bear a She turned her eyes on Hugh These physicians state further: Carclui doesn't relieve your monthly

first time. He felt almost no in- message, one that his groping in- with a patient, infinitely gentle "Contrary to the belief of many; discomfort, consult a physician.

terest in what she might be doing! ner ear translated. He felt as if gaze. "I'm, afraid not. And of medical writers, inhaling the an- Don't just go on suffering and put
At six o'clock the next morning aesthetic;>. particularly ethylene off treatment to the trouble.
he had been lost in the labyrinth of course I want her to be happy. prevent
there was a banging on his door an underground cavern, fumblingthis There was silence between them oxygen anaesthesia, is'' safe whena Besides easing certain pains, Car-

and Jim's voice announcing; : way and that-falling-hope- for a moment then Fluvanna wenton high percentage of oxygen is used dui aids in building up the whole
"Breakfast, Dr. Hiller, Mr. and asphyxia (suffocating or strug- by helping women to get
less. Far off he, saw the light of "Hugh, that has been my goalin system
Marsh. He went on down the cor- gling is avoided. Ethyleneoxygenand more strength from their food.
an opening which promised to life-to have you children happy
ridor knocking at each door. local anaesthesia the most Cardul Is purely vegetable medicine
bring him upward to the sunlightonce But I am beginning to see-beginning gave
Hugh half dressed when Doc which you can buy at the drug store and
was more-to peace.It I to see"-her voice faltered satisfactory results in the 336 cases take uat home. Pronounced "Card-u-i.
raised himself on his arm, grinned above mentioned.
"that no parent can guarantee
sociably, said, "Hello! How'd you to her children." "The use of spinal ether or ni
when happiness
sleep?" was Friday night Hugh To Every l\Ian-Hls Own
came home. Doc his They both sat still and Hugh hada trous-oxygen anaesthesia increasedthe
"Exactly like the infant you stopped car which What is justice? To give every
amount of complications
before the Marsh home Hugh unloaded knocking prescience that she
; his Aristotle.
own.-
I' man
'k said would. And I feel horribly -
i his bags, carried them up knew knew about Dorrie. "No occurred after the operation.
hungry. Is that ham we smell fry- .
the walk. His mother met him happiness "
ing?" at parent can guarantee ,
the door. "We didn't expect you she had said, and had looked at Causes of Eczema.
Doc rolled out. "Home cured
ham.". so soon. Dorrie has gone over to him with compassion. Did she Just why some individuals are
D
r f They; could hear voices downstairs -' the Lawrences." know? If she did, he felt sorrow bothered by eczema asthma, hay VI BLACK LEAF 40'
; "The Lawrences?" He took off that she, would have his burden to fever and others eating the same
t and in the yard, the yapping Keeps Dogs Away from I
his chamois jacket. "Who are bear-and a tremendous relief. food, doing the same work, and Get EvergreenSfShrubsetc.1
V of the dogs as food was brought
they?" :c'Motherhe said. Then living in the same climate are free from 1 *
i i' to them. The darkness outside was j IWTeaspoonful
.. rifted with gray and the air from Fluvanna looked startled. stopped, gazed at her. from these ailments may seem hardto Dealer kK per Gallon of Spray.I
'
j the open window, damply chill. Later "Friends of yours, Dorrie said." "Hugh- understand.And .
"Oh he remembering. She opened her arms and he if think for
when they had breakfasted and yes, gulped, yet we just a
set out in twos and threes for the He turned as Kezia came out bent to her, put his head on her moment we can readily see that as

,; different locations, the sun broke of the living-room. "Hello, KeziaV breast with aching yearning, felt the cause of the irritation (pollen SMALL SIZE EI LARGE SIZE
"Hello Nimrod! luck She her tenderness flood and furs foods S $1.20
through. Hugh, wearing his new Any ? envelophim. from plants, feathers, 60c
kissed him twice with warmth.He chemical substances), is always the i)
hunting coat and red cap, carrying
.l;, his new gun, went with Doc."You're was pleased. "You haven't (TO BE CONTINUED) same, the trouble must be in the Ise

,[ liable to get a bird be- individual, not in the substances.
Thus it is ,now agreed that there
fore I do-beginner's luck. I nev- 1 BRAN
er knew it to fail. I hope you do. U. S. Engineers Seek to Save Speedway; is something about the individual, A recognized Remedy for Rheumatic
something he has had handed downto and Neuritis suffertra. A perfect Blood
It will make you enthusiastic-a Studying Famous Daytona Beach Erosion
real hunter." him by his parents or somethingthat Purifier Makes thin Blood Rich .nd
he has acquired himself, that Hedthy. Builds Strength and Vigor.
Hugh drew on his pipe. "Thanks, Engineering units of the United ing with ocean current observations has so changed the cells or tissuesof Always Effective Why suffer?,
Doc. Birds or no birds, this is States have tackled and ATVALL'GOODDHUGCCSTORESThe _
government the movements on the ocean bot- his body that they are sensitiveto /
I good enough for me. and He indicatedthe stupendous problem of preventingthe tom. Divers drop off into the sea or can be changed somewhat,
woods
the ,Something quiescent in him gleamingin balkedat destruction of Ocean Speedway, at various depths with instrumentsto by any of the above irritants. Greedy Slave

shooting sun. anything living and at Daytona Beach, Fla., where auto- clock speed and direction of cur And it would seem that when the Who covets more is evermorea
mobile 'speed history has been writ- rents. Also they watch the effectof sensitiveness is not inherited some slave.-Herrick.
free but he couldn't tell Doc,that.
"When; Tobey flushes a bird, you ten for more than a quarter of a the moving water.on the sand and infection in the system from teeth,

fire first. I'll have the second shotif century.By rock sea floor. tonsils, or other parts, can developor

you miss. We're going to the using all apparatus, availableto After collecting all necessary bring on this sensitiveness in an

grapevines. They'll be feeding modern science, says ,a United data, the governmental departmentat individual who has hitherto been BLACKMAN

there today." Press correspondent, the engineers Washington which handles beach free from eczema, asthma, and hay

"How far is it?" hope to obtain sufficient data which, erosion will construct a small-scale fever. STOCKandPOULTRY MEDICINES

"Another mile, i think. Hard to after an indefinite period of, study, model of the shore line being stud- Dr. A. M. MemmeshPimer, Ber- Are Reliable

tell on this uneven ground." will reveal some method to halt the ied. It will be subjected to the same lin, reports that of 98'patients with L

Suddenly Tobey stood still, his destructive and powerful forces of water conditions 'as the actual eczema who were carefully,observed Blackman's Medicated Lick'ABrik

tail a rigid line. There was move- erosion that are working slowly and beach. From studying the effects, and examined for the presence of or

ment in the underbrush to the left, surely to wear away the famous it is hoped to find some device to focal infection (infection starting at,
a sudden whirring as two ruffed speedway. I halt destruction. some particular point as at teeth or or Blackman's Stock Powder

grouse rose in flight. After a .sec fieldof Primary objective behind saving tonsils) 82 had focal infections. The or Blackman's Cow Tonic
'The almost -
operation covers
ond or two, Doc's gun spoke, but he 50 miles along the Atlantic I the speedway is to stave off the loss .infection from bad teeth was found s.Blackman's Hog Powder '"
be the most frequent, then in or- fJ
missed them. of the world's greatest automobile: to Blackman's Tablets
Poultry
seaboard, with Daytona Beach as or
"You didn't shoot." He lookedat laboratory. In recent years the der'came tonsils, the sinuses adjoin-
Hugh reproachfully. ,"I waitedfor the center. beach has developed a tendency to ing the nose, then the intestine and or Blackman's Poultry Powder

you-why didn't you?" Samples of sand are taken at reg- "warp;" that is, it "grows" slight, gall bladder and other parts. Highest Quality-LowettPric*
ular intervals and sent to Washington This research worker states that
Hugh gave a deprecatory laugh. rolling humps over which it is impossible Satisfaction Guaranteed or
for study. Profiles of the rugged of 76 cured patients in whom the infection -
"I told you I was a poor one to to travel at more than 150 back
go hunting with! I didn't know sand dunes lining the beach are be- miles an hour. Even that speed is had been found and removed, your money

what it was all about, until you ing made. Charts are drawn to dangerous. only ten had a relapse within a year, BUY FROM YOUR DEALER

tired." show the types of sand and rock It is impossible to say what sort I while of 15 'r whom no foca1 infection -

' ; Doc u gave him a push. Still which make up the shore line. of apparatus or construction will be had been found, six had a re- IT BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO.11I

sleepy? Never mind. We'll probably Perhaps one of the most interesting the solution, since the local problemis I lapse. Of course the infection may I I Chattanooga,Tcnn.THE .
and not found.
I see others. What's a bird or phases of the study is that deal- the first of its kind ever tackled have been present
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1937




Y "Quotations"


!Lo OUR COMIC SECTION -v-

j : The happiest land and the high-
J est civilization is that in which every

capitalist is an unhampered laborer,
. SPECIALIST URGES and every laborer a potential capi.
% talist.-Channing Pollock. .
i EARLIER HATCHING : Truly, if the genius of mankind
J that has invented the weapons of

f Birds Mature Sooner Than D I-I Events in the Lives of Little Men I D preserving death cannot peace discover, civilization the means as we of

l' know it lives in an evil day.-
Later
Variety. Franklin D. Roosevelt.
J
Great music does not pall with
1.,... C. M. Poultry Specialist, Ohio .
By Ferguson.
'. repetition. On the it
contrary
: ,.:-c,;,.,,;: State Universlty.-WNU Service. grows
"1 .:'. Summarization of the records ; ; ; W on the car.-Leopold Stokoivski.
riii; ; ; I The world is like a gunpowder
I from 29 Ohio poultry; farms: shows __ ", magazine; in which lunatics walk
1 that the 10 having the highest income -
with torches.
The
\ flaming Bishop
\ had early hatched flpcks I AGAIN-A;=11:12 Manchester..

which averaged 168 eggs per bird \ I ALL 114E:' TIMES ,
while the 10 farms with the lowest I I \VTQLD 4tM14T ", \ ,, "
&i-rr1! I .
income" had a flock average of 145 70 -tJe'LL '

: eggs per bird. j ,
; The hens with the better production ;: pt1E2( ? WOTI QL L Creative Amusement

:,. f .f ,. average made most of the When men are rightly occupied
'
T.;:: i gain in the period between October their amusement grows out of

:., ,.).......t.; 1 and February 1, and the birds 1TL their work, as the color petals out
: : ,. were able to make an early start inlaying of a beautiful flower; when they
, because they mature 1tf ..
. were : are faithfully helpful and compassionate -
.: sooner than late-hatched birds. The all their emotions are
-'. ;, early start in egg-laying is impor- ; :
\\ steady, deep, perpetual and vivi-
o tant not only in total number of fying to the soul as is the natural

eggs but in having the productionstart 'c pulse to the body-John Ruskin.
when prices for eggs are nor-

mally the highest during the year. 2'S'
Poultrymen are debating the-

problem of buying chicks early must TO RELIEVE NEURITIS
.' consider that a large part of the
. }::'.,- growth period of the early-hatched PAINS FAST
'\: chick will take place in months
L-::' when feed prices will still be high. 15c
:. ;" '.; Some flock owners are considering ;
' r\<,7 whether it will be economical to FOR 12
: :.' ,::-.: buy sexed chicks 'to avoid feedingthe 1I 2 FULL,
-
'h>: } cockerels.
- :,' '\:;_; There are several advantages for DOZEN
'.J::' ,; early chicks besides the fact that FOR 25c

- f..;::.,: ', they reach maturity in time to pro- Demand and Get Genuine
. .;\ :'; duce fall eggs. Brooder temperatures -
4":- :' .' can be maintained more evenly BAYER ASPIRINJudged

.: r;:. : in cold weather than in warm
ccQTPD
{.' weather if coal brooders
;t. ; burning
0
;{ 1 +JANDECo'rlJhr.
: -:- used. Some
are parasites depend
_
''b;: ::, upon flies as intermediate hosts and ( W. N. U) -=------------.. i. by ConductA

.i;.;;; : early chicks escape from infest ________ man's worth is estimated' in
::.fS';; ;" tion. Coccidiosis is less troublesome o this world according to his. con

::, ._:, when the ground is frozen. duct.-La Bruyere.Remember .
, ;:" : : 'J Early chicks, brooded indoors, .

, "., I ."'., must be protected from overcrowding. ,
.
This When
- : ." The average colony house will "
: hold only 300 chicks safely and this II D. You Need a Laxative
. ; ': number should not be exceeded even .
:It is better for you if your body
;:; ,:. when the chicks are small unless keeps: working as Nature intended. -
, .i'. i the brooder house has protected sun- N Food wastes after digestion shouldbe
j j;. porches where chicks can run in eliminated every.day. When you
;J mild weather. ,. get constipated, take a dose or two

'O N of purely vegetable BlackDraughtfor
"'-. .
,
prompt refreshing relief.
1" Tells How to Keep Size Thousands and thousands of men and
[ : women like Black-Draught and keep it
.- in the Laying Strains always on hand, for use at the first signof
E'y. constipation. Have you tried it?
.'.' Experienced poultrymen generally .
. agree that most heavy laying 7 xq c1l1]
stocks of fowls tend steadily to de- I ''I ___ -
- \. A "- generate in size. This is not a con- OF A GOOD LAXATIVE

:' dition eculiar to production bred
:!' ,' fowls. All stocks of animals and THE Great Truths and Men

f-.!}.. birds bred to high performance in The greatest truths are the simplest -
'
$.t;.,;;.:' any respect, or to rare excellence in r v HAD 'IQLIR.EF TH' TooTH : so are the greatest men.
F
,I':t.>. .., appearance, tend to degenerate in EASY WIT' THAT MOW/ I HANDS FiiLLx\ / BE ToLP, CAP',4.,

tJ, :' .,,\.\, the same way, and invariably do so' CALL TH' STATION WAN! xop DiLn'-l: v''OLlSOR' Oi'AA5ER 'FRAIP
-: \>' unless breeders take special care to o. '-IEL-ASI< FEfR TH' prevent it.i'.l WAGQJ A4' AMBE1LANCE- WHAT 5EEMS1NBiM A ACClDir
Mrs. Ellen Walker of 19
:# The breeder among my acquaintances /.1 : CAH'T LET THIS FILLER _. -i(3 B "TM rTFSOdBLE \-_-- _ Shady Ave., Mill Village,
/J;;:},r states a poultryman in the : R err 'WAV I \I Birmingham, Ala., said:
: {' \\ "Before I was married I
j! F. Boston Herald, who succeeded best
: -' :rL/ was very delicate, I became
i-: \>'. in keeping up the size of a very .'f.'''r.' so thin and pale
,tc} ::' heavy laying strain told me that : :.. C > = 'f(1 fo' Jl set and me.everything I suffered would from up-

.'7'7''. he did it by the constant rigid application ': \. \ pains in my back and
p' .,,:;:: of this simple rule: Breed /i functional disturbances.headaches I took associated Dr. Pierce's with
r: "%: .' males for stock purposes only from IE > V/i Favorite Prescription as a tonic and my
.
: 2 the appetite was increased and I gradually gainedin
s-., ; i heavy laying females which I I- every way." Buy of jour druggist!
"-'fj.-I: :,' maintain or increase their weight By Ted )) \ Tr New size tablets SOc., liquid $1.00 & $l3S.

",, :,:"':, in their first ye-.r's laying, and use
;<: ; only those males which at maturity

::'.,' breed.are of standard weight for their O'LoughlinWNU [ 1t-.D

The effects of this rule do notfully To Get Rid of Acid

1 appear for several. years after and Poisonous Waste

I I it is adopted. For two years after WAIT LiP A MOMENT FOR MB, So THAT )' HAP by Your constantly kidneys filtering help to keep waste you.matter well
j beginning to employ it the proportion Feux, WHILE i GET MYTHlMtfS CAM BUT from the blood. If your kidneys get
I of hens below The -/ozi OCCASION!? functionally disordered and fail to
average weight AKlD I'LL THE-
( IAND WHY, MAY PAY MY. I remove excess impurities, there may be
continues to be considerable. After poisoning of the whole system and
I that it is practicable to discard all SO- ALON6To VMlTHVOLl i ASK 2rowtI.j LL'ih I body-wide Burning,distress.scanty or too frequent uri,

, .. hens not of satisfactory size from 'F nation may be a warning of some kidneyor .
the breeding and with bladder disturbance.
pens both
You may suffer nagging backache
', i. ::', sexes of good size the proportion of I persistent headache,attacks of dizziness,

'_'',:L.;"j,., undersized offspring. will be no longer E under getting the up eyes-feel nights, swelling weak, nervous puffiness,*all
:('. XP} troublesome. played out.
-j ,". )- In such cases it is better to rely on a
;;l A. medicine that has won country-wide
acclaim than on something less favor-
: \11tv
,,..,.b"<}. Pullets Should Be Culled ably known. Use Doan's Pills. A multi
. tude of grateful people recommendDoan's.
The pullets are laying. They are, T Ask your neiohoorl
therefore, mature. At least most
pullets are far enough along that .
the slow developers can be detectedand H rA

,. above all, this year of all
others, it is a time for cold-blooded _
culling. These slow growers will IE o''H 2icSORES BOILS

never pay for feed and the poultryman ATHLETE'S FOOT,BURNS,
should cast of all sentiment R I .CUTS.PITCHING SKIN
and cull, and cull; cull until only t'M Go'' & BUT VOLl \AJERE1T&LLiM IOCAI oiuo siott
- the best remain. But the best should poWlb
be retained. s-rorS- ALL THE WORK sHoPpa&-rsT &QIM& CKMJCM PRODUCTS..ILOIIOAroui ColACKSONVUll
1 HAD To DC To BUY A FEW iHts

'., I Candle Incubator ., E ffi1tIr1HlE 1 AMD MOW I MEED FffIiflT
Eggs VOLl'RBvf G01f4&
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*, All eggs should be candled on the .' > SHoppn1& !
.... seventh day and the dead ,germs 1 A tIYllhJIIiJI'
and infertiles removed. A home-

made candler may be made by ,
'R1r4'r.
placing a lamp in a box that has a D
,four inch opening at the top. A one
t and one-half inch hole should be .
S -
. cut in the side of the box and on :
1 c a level with the flame. In candling By _
::1 piace the large end of the egg in WATCH REPAIRING
: the side opening and remove all Osborne
those showing clear with the yo.k YOUR WATCH REPAIRED by experts-
Low cost-Send to BOB LOWE JEWELRY -
slightly visible. i L CO. Np\t door to Police Station,
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rIlE CLEWISTON !NEWS FRIDAY, MARCH 26, 1937
EIGHT
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----- --- Senator Pepper as a member of the for a beauty contest. Louise Waldron Chapter 10434 Laws of Florida, Six (6), and Seven (7) of Ar-
C. Entertain- 1925 laws amenda- ticle I and section One (I) and
C. of Commerce Committee was very ac- now Mrs. A. W. Sias, won over act of and
that part of the bill tory thereto entitled an act to Two (2) of Article IU; of Chap-
tive In getting amended the other girls. She had $99.99 amend section 3 of Article IX, ter 10433 of the laws of Flor-
-
(Continued from page 1) affecting the citrus industry while the other girls together had Chapter 9712, laws of Florida, ida of 1925; Providing for and
and floor show so as to meet with their approval. creating the City of Clewiston,
lowed by a dance act of 1923, and providing for
the title
842-(Med Fly Inves- $100. Mrs. Slas was given 12616 _
Bill amended by' Chapter
Wednesday a fish fry at Fort Myers Senate the method of organising of the 'as
Beach, a tour of gardens and the an- tigation Bill)-We have a favorable of "Miss Clewiston". } Town of Clewiston, Florida. of the laws of Florida of 1927. V

nual gopher derby was the program report on this from t.ie Departmentof With this money 160 books were Dated March 26th, 1037.. Dated March 26, 1937.!)=
the Senator hopesin ELBERT L STEWART.
and ELBERT L. STEWART.
of entertainment. I Agriculture bought to begin our present library
with Senator Andrews
notables and other visitors cooperation I and the remaining sum went for --
Officials,
bill in line for passa-ge.
to get this "
who formed part of the water- Bill 875 (with Andrews- playground equipment. NOTICE IS IIEREB GIVEN Thatat
Senate NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatat *, of
\ cade were: the Session of the gislature
Bill-passed
Port St. Joe Harbor the Session of the Legislature of
Daniel C. Florida to convene in April 1937, ap-
Secretary of Commerce- Senate. FORTAX I'Florida to convene in April 1937, application plication will be male ior the passage -
WarrenT. APPLICATIOX
OP
Colonel NOTICE
Roper, Washington, Senate Bill 1125.-Anastasia : will be made for the passage of local or special Legislation,
,, DEED '
I
Ilannun, Chief of U. S. Engineers Lighthouse Reservation) passed the -- of local or special Legislation, the substance of whic.i will be as
Colonel B. 'C. Dunn, U. substance of which will be
Washington, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the as follows:

s. Engineers, Washington, Colonel Senate. '1126-providing two GLADES PURCHASING COMPANY, follows; An Act to provide :or the cre-
:--irl Brown, division engineer U. S. : Senate Bill at Tallahas holder of tax sale certificate number An Act to repeal or amend ation of a Municipal Corporation -
Court
Engineers, Norfolk Va., Colonel terms of, Federal 836 issued on the 4th day of September Chapter 10433 Laws of Florida, to be known as me City of

North district U. S. Engineer, see-pending. A. D. 1933, and the holder Acts of 1925, and laws amenda Clewiston in Hendr/ County,
Earl Bill 1166-Federal Mortgage tory thereto entitled, An Act to
Senate of tax sale certificate number 1998 Florida: to Fix and determine

Jacksonville. Bank Bill Introduced jointly issued on the 2nd day of July, A. D. repeal Chapter 9712 Laws of ,,the Territorial Limits, Jurisdic-

Senator and Mrs. Claude Pepper, with Senator Wagnerpending.Senate 1934, issued by the Tax Collectorof Florida, Acts of 1923, and the tion and powers of its Officers;

Congressman- J. Hardin Peterson, I Bill 1528-providing for the City of Clewiston, Florida, has Laws amendatory thereto, en- to provide the manner In 'which

Cary D. Landis, Attorney: General of loans by RFC to port districts handling filed the same in my office and_made acted by the Legislature of Florida Officers shall be elected or appointed -

Florida, Commissioner of Agriculture -t products primarily application for a tax deed to ,be Issued Session of 1925, and Approved ; fix their duties and
agricultural
and Mrs. Nathan Mayo, State thereon. Said certificates em- May 14, 1925, and to compensation, provide the termof

W. V. Knott, State Super-I-pending. introduced brace the following described property provide for the creation of a office and' how vacancies
Treasurer Senate Bill 1553-- Municipal Corporation to be
Instruction J. in the County of Hendry and shall be filled.
intendent of Public jr., I jointly with Senator Robinson to aid State of Florida, to wit: known as the City of Clewiston Dated March 26, lI3'7.
Colin English, Frank Ingram school districts-pending. Lot Seven_ (7) of Block Five in Hendry County- Florida; to ELBERT L. STEWART.L j

"A'PA: administrator for Florida, ; Senate Bill 1634--providing for Hundred Forty-four (544) in fix and determine the Territorial -

Commander Fortson, U. S. Naval I Federal aid to underprivileged; child- the City of Clewiston, Countyof Limits, Jurisdiction and pow-
.
Reserve, Captain K. F. Hertford of ren. Senator has received the com- Hendry, State of Florida. ers of its Officers; and to pro- m.Counselor COUSE
of of said property vide a Referendum on the question -
icksonville Captain L. D. Lynn of organizations The assessment
mendation many
Fort Meade. Maryland, Captain Gab-', throughout the coumry for the introduction under said certificates issued was in of Incorporating Said City. mid Attorney at Law .) I
Dated March 26, 1937.
name of Emmy Fluckinger. Un-
service, La- the Hopkins Building
Guard
bott of the Coast of this bill-pending. ELBERT L. STEWART.
shall be redeemed -
bert St. Clair of the department of Senate Bill 1679--providing for less said certificates I Wednesdays and Saturdays
'according to law, the property
commerce, John D. Lonsdale of the i engineering experiment stations at therein described will be sold to the 1 9:30 to 4:00

department of commerce, Ben Herr land grant colleges. Favorable com- highest bidder at the Court House
Thatat
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
engineer for the Ogeechobee Flood 1 ment from both Department of Agri- Door on the first Monday in the '
,
the of the Legislature of :
Control Board, Captain/ and Mrs. / culture and Commerce early passage month of April, 1937, which is the Florida Session to convene in April 1937, application L. B. Mcrshon (

Richardson Selee, expected. 5tli day of April, 1937. will be made for the pass-

Barren G. Collier, Carl Hanton, House Joint Resolution 96.-to extend DATED this 3 day of March, 1937. age of local or special Legislation, i AGEXT :

editor Fort Myers News-Press, mem- reciprocal trade agreementtwo -- (SEAL) WM. T. HULL, .1 the substance of which will be as New York Life I
Court
of the Circuit
Clerk
ber of Flood Control Board and gen- amendments introduced, one for I: follows:
'
Flor-
eral chairman of the celebration, W. South Florida vegetable growers and for Hendry County, An Act to repeal or amend Insurance Company

Dave Shepard, ida. Chapter 12616 Laws of Florida,
P. Franklin, Mayor one for sugar industry. Both defeated. By Inez Magill, D. C.
Act of 1927, entitled, An Act ARCADIA, FLORIDA
,
Fagan
Harry M. Stringfellow, Harry .-- No. 110-Mch 5, 12, 19, 26, Apr. 2. To Amend Section Three (3)
W. J. 'Wood, Allen Clements, Sam I Senate Bill 1757-Amendments
of Chapter 10433 of the laws of
..
and Mrs. Dave Ireland, bill- NORGE REFRIGERATORS
Mr.
Johnson, introduced to amend sugar Florida of 1925, providing for
Jim Clements, R. A. Henderson, jr., now pending. IN CIRCUIT COURT, HEXDRY and creating the City of Clew- Furniture and Homo Furnishings

and others of Fort :Myers, Resolution providing for present COUNTY, FLORIDA iston. PHILCO RADIOS

Mayor H. H. Hipson, Stanley ation to the University of Florida Dated March 26; 1937.

Kitching, J. B. McDonald, of Stuart, Alumni Association of desk and THELMA, VS WARREN, ELBERT L. STEWART. Household FurnishingsInc

State Senator A. M. Taylor of St. chair used by Senator Fletcher.First PETE WARREN.It .

Augustine E. A. Menninger of Stuart ,
appearing by affidavit appended -
W. R. Spear of the Associated to the sworn Bill of Complaintin NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That BELLE GLADE FLORIDA

Press, George E. Brown and L. A.", the above entitled cause that the at the Session of the Legislature of

Nottage of U. S. Engineer offices' School Nes defendant Pete Warren is a residentof 'Florida to convene in i..pril 1937, application -

Miami and Miami Beach, D. P. Mc- Metter in the State of Georgia and will be made for the pass-

Kinnoii of St. Augustine, Sheriff W. that there is no person within the age of local or specirl Legislation,

H. Lawrence of West Palm Beach, Editor .................._....Ethel Willis State of Florida service of Summonsin the substance of which will be as fol

Charles Francis Coe, noted author, Ass't Editor Pirnice O'Neal Chancery on whom would bind the lows; Z2wi
An Act to
repeal or amend
'of Hobe Sound, Sports Editor \...__.....;.,.LeR03. Hare said defendant.It is thereupon. considered, ordered Chapter 13962 Laws of Florida rlOJlIDAltl

A delegation from St. Petersburg I Advisor ........ Miss Victoria Curtis and adjudged that the defendant Acts of 1929, entitled, An Act

arriving on the blimp "Goodyear" Pete Warren be and appear to the I to amend Sections Three (3),

joined the party in Fort Myers, and 'Grade 1\ews- said Bill of Complaint on or before

extended official greetings from the Spelling honor roll: :Mary Ruth I Monday the 5th day uf April A. D.

city of St. Petersburg. They were Johnson, Virginia Turner, Lillian 1937 otherwise the same will proceed -

Mayor John S. Smith, City Manager,, Golden, Billie Arnette," Carline Bern exparte.It 'f. >, *_ p_ __ "' !

A. F. Thomasson, Oscar W. Gilbart,, er, Grant Brewer, Estelle Richards, is further ordered that this or- x v
president of Chamber of Commerce der be published once, a week for
Ricks Dude
Junior Raines, Ruby ,
Biiddell chairman of the four consecutive weeks in the Clew :
and York I
Smith Kim Kolstad, Clifford Beat-
,
chamber's aviation committee. iston News, a Newspaper of General RJijhl;
ty, Betty Lou Emrich, Mary Kathryn Circulation in Hendry County, Flor- PPL }
Among the boats making the cross- %
Dyess. [; !
the Falcon, flag- ida.Done
state cruise were
Reading honor roll: Ruth John- and order this 22nd day of

ship of the U. S. Engineers which son, Clifford Beatty, Carline Berner February A. D. 1937.WILLIAM -

carried Secretary Roper and head- Grant Brewer, Estelle Richards, T. HULL, !

od the procession, The Josephine, Iris Ivey, Mary Kathryn Dyess. Clerk Circuit Court. .WhUltuJ l
(wned by Trustees of Internal Im
:
Number honor roll: Mary Ruth (SEAL)

provem"ent\ Fund, and representing Johnson, Estelle Richards, Kim Kol- LOUIS O. GRAVELY, .

the :state of Florida, the Kissimmee stad, Mary Kathryn Dyess. Solicitor for Complainant.Feb. .

and Ancora, cruisers of,U. S; Engi- Second Grade Xews- 24, March 5-12-19-26, 1937 .

neer's Clewiston office, The Poppy, Spelling honor roll:, Joane Crouch, -.--- (1 'i1If)1 trgar.
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three 75-foot
service'
of lighthouse
Faith Mitchell, Dorothy_ Mitchell, Pat
coast Guard Cutters, the Mari-lynn! Bailey, Bobby'' Maynard, Harriet NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that 1b

of Fart Pierce, the Fiddlin 32-foot Alston, Louise Prewitt, Nancy at the session of the Legislature of Stop at the

boat of C. N. Grosvenor of Memphis, McCracken Charles Florida to convene in April 1937, application -
Wright, William will be made for the passage PatcLcta
the Transit, owned by Dr. W. J.
Benbow, Janice Norton, :Mary Louise of local or special Legislation,
Buck of Belle Glade the Static,
Thomas, 'Mary: Ellen Smith, Gilbert the substance of which will be as
Frank Cleveland Fort Myers An-
McLeod, Ruth Emrich, Clarence follows
;
yacht Baltimore t 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll
of
chors Aweigh ,
Stiles, Gene Mills, Jacqueline Bled- An Act to repeal or amend
the Penn State, cruiser, the Lanai, I .

yacht: of A. C. James of New York I soe.The' second grade enjoyed an Easter be Doyouknowthatyoumay able to pay for a home, all 1 Outside Kooas With

. Yacht Club, the Pinmar yacht of . . .... I
egg hunt Tuesday on the school ..N.NON. .N.N.N.ti N.......N.N.N M N. .M.M N.M.M.N .. your own,for the same money Private Uarh
well-known overall :,
Pinky Happ, grounds. you payforrent?Ycurneighbors -

manufacturer of :Macori Georgia, the I Third Grade Xe\\s- are doing it. S'> can you. COOL, CLEAN, QUIET

Lucretia, yacht of Lucretia, ,New Now, as never before,you can
I I Spelling hondr roll: Mamie Trice,
York, the Orb, 44-footer of W. 0.Penny's Good FarmLand secure funds here on a long- Overlooking Biscayne; Bay
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Ovida' Johnson, Emily Joyce Bullen, : term, easy repayable basis at
New York, the Beloit, 75-
Noley Geiger, Wilma Jean Tingle I i terms that 'keep costs low Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and e
foot of Fort Myers, the Sea Dream '
ShirIIe There's no no red tape.
Mayme Johnson Nora Oglesby, worry, Business Section.
4th, 40 foot cruiser of WIest Palm

'f Beach, the Tallyho, 20-foot boat of ) Moon. I INVESTIGATENOW
Fourth Grade :News-- I !
,J. F. Boone of St. Petersburg, the HATES
Spelling honor roll: Sue VonMach. ,
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Warrenbtrum, 39 foot boat and the Rent ;
for '
Christine Redish, :Marilyn Davis, : "
3X3r.sCfewiston '''''
Juliette, 26 footer, both of New $1.50 Single
Louis Blount, Henry Chapman, Elsie -
York, the Kathryn, Edward J. Cox I ':
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Bembry, Nicky Schiffli, Betty Mc-
of Severna Park, Maryland, the Sea Duffie. ; i I $2.50 Double

Mist, yacht of, Mr. and Mrs. Van '
We are happy that Doris Sim- ;
Dyke, the Jessica, C. A. Albrick of I' Home Building Special Family, Weekly &
.. mons is able to be back in school after -
Stuart, the BelIe, A. W. Rogers of I Monthly Rates
having anattack of the "flu".
Fort Myers, the Phantom, cruiser i wI Association
School Easter
the Estelle Dunbar, the Soaker, the Program S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor
(Given by the First Grade) TrespassersWill ;;" .
,Blue Heaven and the Miss Annie. I I, s.
Song, "Welcome Sweet Spring-
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ill Be ,< ," ..
time", school.

Report of Pepper's I Scripture reading and prayer, Dr.I ProsecutedClewiston

D. J. Williams.
Dunnies" "fj. W W-l! l&'i ;R
Playlet, "Easter First IIII
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among administration leaders. Grade. I

Quickly changing ,his vote to the I A talk on Easter, Dr. D. J. Wil IS-......

winning side, so that he could move liams. I LENT IS HERE

for reconsideration, Harrison rush-!I I Song, "Lift Up 0' Little Children", I II I

ed for the cloak rooms to round up I School. I
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his cohorts by telling them that Pep- Announcements. i

Per amendment would "kill the:! Dismissal, pupils march to their I GO TO CHURCH

whole program" and that he wouldbe ;rooms. I' Realty And

compelled to withdraw the bill If I How The School Library Utguni I "

the provision were not eliminated. i i Just before the 1U26 hurricane, '

With but two months of senate : the Clewiston school had an enrollment DevelopmentCorporation I j Dr. D. J. Williams

activity to his credit, Senator Pep of 32 pupils. One teacher, Mrs. .'

per's record as shown in the following : Charles Christian, taught these pu- : Fr. J. F. WalshPAGE ,
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resume is both interesting and pils. After the hurricane the enrollment \ I III. ,
later I 'r ri
impressive: % \| dropped to nine pupils but J '

Senate Bill '5-(known as the It increased to 35. ; .. ....... ......... ...... it{ *- !
Copeland or Food and Drug Bill)-T[ The girls of this school sold votes, !.......NON. .-:..............-.-..... .,-:-. .'.-. :pp I

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