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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 2, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME, 11, NUMBER 12 CLEWISTON,. 'FLORIDA, FRIDAY, 'APRIL 2, 1937 SUBSCRIPTION $x.00 YEAR "
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Hill :Makes Good ,As ': i Robber In Jail When w
4 LOCAL BENEFITS BEDEFITS FROMRAINFALL I I MCCART KILLED IN

Sugar ,Engineer, : Theft Is DiscoveredWalter

FROM STATE OLDAGEJPENSIONS, ,- !I i WILL I I ACCIDENT ON LAKE .

Clewiston friends of Albert_ J. Hill, I II Davis, colored, ran afoulof '
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the law quickly following his ,rob- !
who left here two years ago for OFFSET DAMAGE CROSSING SATURDAY
I i I bery of the R. Y.;, Patterson home on a

i i i Puerto Rico, will be interested in i i I Sunday. Davis was arrested in Harlem .
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; learning of his rapid rise in the I I after he had been disturbingthe -
There' are approximately 151 nee-I ,Despite a record breaking rainfallfor 'Officials'' and volunteer workers ';
I! world. Hill has recently been employed I peace by firing a revolver Sun-
dy persons in Hendry county ,who a March day, which occurred day afternoon. A ,few hours'later R. yesterday were still searching for 'J
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will benefit from the proposed seven as chief engineer of the I j Tuesday, prospects for the' bean and Y. Patterson reported to G. H. Small, the body of James W. McCart, 22, /'1

and three-quarter million dollar' assistance -; tral Boca Chico, vast sugar plantations -,'; tomato spring crops are excellent. justice of the peace, that during the I employee of the E. H. Latham Construction -

: program which will be act-i and mills owned by the Woolworth The heaviest rainfall of the Ever- family's, absence that day their home I I Company, who was drowned ,3'J
ed upon by the 1937 State Legisla- glades section centered around Lake during a squall on Lake Okee- ,:*
estate in Santo. had been entered and a number of "
ture. The total annual benefits for alnd'bonus.l I Harbor where 4.7 inches were recorded chobee Saturday afternoon. .;
of articles, including a revolver, had I' ,
$4,500
the needy: in this county will be a- 'salary per year Clewiston gauges shbwed been stolen. McCart was one of six men on two ;\

bout $22,140.The The story of Hill's success1" reads 3.33 for the same period and the I Investigation proved that the revolver -I tugs and a dredge which were cross- .j

figures have just been released -like a magazine article. He gradu- Belle Glade and Pahokee areas received Davis had been firing was the I ing the lake from Okeechobee to '; ,

by the State Board of Social Weij j ated five, years ago from Georgia about the same as Clewiston.J. one stolen from the Patterson home.A Port Mayacca, McCart being the engineer :-4
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Tech, and failing to find a regular E. after when 'It 5
fare and were computed as 'a resultof Beardsley, making search revealed all the missing ar-' on the dredge was ,

a survey made during the past |engineer's job-they weren't' so plen- survey of the Clewiston farmingarea ticles in Davis' ,room at Harlem. Davis -; working. During the crossing a gusty :J
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tiful then-he took a job for 30 wh ch extends from Liberty wind from the northwest i;
sprung up ]
J year and a half. who was 'already in jail, was I .
cents an hour on the survey of .the Point in Glades county to Lake Har- I and lashed the lake, into mountainous ,
with the
This study shows that there are charged robbery and bound ,"
recently completed waterway. Then bor in Palm Beach county, estimated waves while the boats were out
62 over to circuit court.
aged persons sixty-five or over
he became a draftsman in the sugar the rainfall had damaged 20 per- of sight of land about 14 miles from
in Hendry county; 5 blind persons;
house of the United States Sugar cent of the planted area. However, ALSTON IS Port Mayacca. A small row-boat was
ATTENDING STATE
and 34 families with 84 dependent '
Corporation here. Mr. Beardsley and other farmers are ASSOCIATION torn loose from the dredge and Mo-: ,
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children who are eligible to receive
When J. P. Percy: ,' former assist- of the opinion that the remaining 80 Cart climbed up the ladder of the .*
monthly cash grants.
I' ant superintendent here, went to I percent will produce more harvest D. G. Alston left Thursday for St. dredge to try to sight the boat. <:

L Monthly cash payments are expected I I Puerto Rico as superintendent of the than the entire planted area would Petersburg to participate in the an- A wave knocked him down on the .:,!

to average $15 for the aged; ,Central Aguierre, he sent, for Hill! have produced had the rain not fall ,nual meeting of the Association of I steel ladder and evidently rendered ,,:

$15 for the needy blind; and $10 and, made him assistant to the chief en. |i County Commissioners which is be- him unconscious for a second ',

for each dependent child. ''pngineer.| Now Hill has, made good. I Tomatoes are now ready for harvest ing held in the Sunshine City Thursday wave a moment later carried him ov- -;

: The Federal government will ]He is chief engineer in his own right, and packing will begin at 'Lake 1, Friday and Saturday of this erboard into the tumultous waters. ':

grant more than three million dollars j and Clewiston friends are delighted Harbor the first of next week, prob-I I week. Mr. Alston is chairman of 'the McCart was an excellent swimmer,

,: a :year to Florida to pay' part of With his well-deserved promotion. ably Monday., Beans are now being ''Hendry. county board.CLEWISTON it is understood, but he was uncon- -'!
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the cost of a public assistance program picked in the area and several cars I scious from the fall before he was

: if the State will pay the rest. i carried into the lake. ; );f

.:, Provisions of the National Social Security I ship The other men in the party dro '.-::
SUGAR FILM IS MOTORS
,:/ Act enable the states to re- ; -- ---- -- ped anchors immediately and searched rt,

ceive Federal funds for aid to these HEXDRY COUNTY CONSUMES for three hours for the missing

needy groups. WIDELY SHOWN"Sugar 8 ,636 GALLONS OF GAS, MAKE ALTERATIONS man, then they placed buoys to mark /

:.t The State Board of Social Welfare; the spot and proceeded to Port May-

is now administering a temporary Hendry county users, excluding acca. Officials of Palm Beach county,

": ,' old age assistance program, which In The Everglades", a government agencies, consumed 86-|I An extensive equipment shed is crews from the Latham company and

:'' :" ends July 1., Unless the Legislature i two-reel movie with sound effect and I 636 'gallons of gasoline during,, ,the( being added lo the Clewiston Motor members of the U S. Engineers have fj:.-

I provides for the continuation of this
program, more than 9,000 persons
\ who are being aided will be turned rind will be' circularized more wide- I consumption during that month, ac- in the building under the supervision Palm Beach recently. He' is a cousinof

... back to their city and county governments -. in a *ew months. The,film is taken cording to report just released by, of J. F. Tippey, local contractor. Glen Etherton of Clewiston. His !

for support. There are 20 on the plantations of the United : the inspection bureau of the depart- An enclosed equipment shed, of parents reside in Miles City, Mon

aged persons in this county who ore States Sugar Corporation and depicts ment of agriculture. triangular shape, and approximately tana..

(; ( ". receiving semi-monthly allowances, Clewiston scenes as well as the ac- Gasoline consumed by government" 80 by 90 by 56 feet in dimensions, is I

,', at present. ual production of sugar. agencies, including the U. S. En- being constructed each of the -' Crippled Children'sClinic
gineers, is sold free of the state tax,
.>A> One of the features of ,the, proposed The film is ,of. the ,, educational ent,buildings the lot which .i8-tri-1
j I hence Is not;: include"dTn"tfie"rabbve
/ 'assistance program is the change ;type and the narrator's voice ex-!||figures. angular in shape. The shed April 10th

iW in age requirements for those who ;Mains in detail the process being for tractors, graders, farm

received old age pensions. Under' the shown on the screen at: the time. .Several Hendry county, although one of I ment and other large pieces equiP-I

present plan the age limit is 70 years, copies were made of the film the smallest in population ranks I chinery and will be separated from I Arrangements have been comply:

but this will be lowered to 65 by :and they have been in great demand. along' with much larger counties in I the main building by a driveway. It ed for a clinic under the auspictsof

-\ the proposed program. Locally, the picture has been shownat the amount of gasoline used, due will have a concrete floor, and the the Florida Crippled Children's

: At the general election November ; the Dixie Crystal and it was re-.(, largely to the activities of the Unit I walls, will be of asbestos shingle sid- Commission, for all crippled child
heated i ed States Sugar corporation, as much from the counties of Lee, Collier,
/ 1, 1936, Florida, voters ratified a at the Clewiston Inn during ing with a composition roof. ren
! '&\i 7;'" constitutional amendment which empowers :intermission on the occasion of the :[iof its gasoline for automobile and :,' In the interior, new partitions are Hendry, Glades, 'Charlotte, DeSoto
''' 'dance celebrating the cross-state waterway tractors Is purchased in Hendry coun and Hardee, and adjacent territories,
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4.: ::, the legislature to appropriate being, built and the office and stock-:
ty. I be held in Fort Myers on April
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\ funds for relief and public assistance rooms remodeled. When completedthe
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:S'-: purposes; thus clearing the way for The theatres at Belle Glade and During the month of February, offices' will be facing Francisco 10th.

,' ,,:: ,,' Florida to obtain matching Federal :?ahokee have shown the film this I the bureau reports, 10,144 gallons avenue instead of the highway, and The attention of every communityin

:,' .. funds which are offered under the past week, and the Wometco Theatrein of kerosene was sold in Hendry coun- the stockrooms will be larger and i the district is being called to this

,' ;,-: security'act.. the Miami area, are showing it al- ty. more accessible to the repair depart : opportunity afforded by the state of

:. ::i<" A three-point assistance program so. One copy of the film is,being sent State totals for the month are, 29-: ment.E. I Florida for some of its unfortunate

,"J' 1., will aid more than 45,000, individuals i j'to' the extension division of the state 344,872 gallons of' gasoline and 3- E. Kelly is president of the I I citizens The to receive of, this corrective clinic is aid.to examine -

in Florida who are in need. The total -' for the use of high schools which .674,448 gallons! of kerosene. Clewiston Motor Company, which is purpose
all crippled children, particularly -
cost of this program ,will, be $7'I ,-:'are; able to use the sound-effect 1 dealer for Chevrolet automobiles, I I

'I I :' : 809,820, and of ,this the Federal gOV'I" -' films. Another COpy'' will be circular-I'I Caterpillar. tractors and John Deere:I those who have no means of 'se-
in making
:" ', ernment will pay $3,068,900 leaving ized in Georgia, South Carolina, Al- STATE'S farm equipment. curing corrective treatments -
FINANCES to be restored to
$4,740,920 as the amount which the abama and northern Florida next I II a beginning
"': 1 ': I I normal life. Judge David Elmer
, Legislature must appropriate. fall.
EXAMINATIONS FOR SOCIALWORK
! ; The assistance program will be administered BEST IN 50 YEARS J I TO BE MAY 1ST Ward of Fort Myers has ,written The
News requesting its cooperation in en:
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i } t't"" by the State Board of Social -: OPENINGS FOR ENLISTMENTIN --
I effort to the news of the chic -
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,; "t i' Welfare, through twelve district U. S. ARMY AVAILABLE The State Board of Social Welfare: to the children in

.....;.!I't':.:.,', boards. The welfare organization was' I -- announces its second written Merit particularly

, :. ',: created by passage of the 1935 State I General George Van Horne those, Tallahassee,; April 31 (FNS- System Examination on May 1, 1937, outlying districts who may the not State know of
: Welfare "The state of" Florida is in the best of the facilities which
Law. ( ley,. Commanding General, Fourth ]!i to persons qualified and interestedin with
Florida in cooperation many
Welfare financial condition it has been in for ,
, I The State
Board of Social Area announces
Corps that while ap-;,! doing social work. Persons wish- organizations of the state, are making -
in addition 50 ; said Comptroller J. M.
II to administering public proximately 4500 Southern boys' years ing to take this examination are urg- to aid and assis't the unfortu-
I assistance benefits, certifies persons have joined the army since last October Lee this week in showing that the ed to make application through the
in 'need to Federal works projects, state treasury now has a balance approaching nates.
.. there are still several open- district Social Welfare office in the On April 10, the clinic will beginat
distributes Federal surplus commodities ings for qualified $10,000,000 to support' his Cleveland "Building Fort Myers.In .
I young men. I 8:30 in Fort Myers. During that
and conducts a State-wide child, Enlistments statement that legislature need not
, are authorized for I look order to be eligible new applicants day, Judge Ward writes lunch will
welfare much for of
program. service in so new sources revenue -
Panama
and the New Eng must be between the ages of be served and the children entertained -

land States for those who wish to II present as collections.It for proper. distribution of 21 and 50 years and must have at while, waiting their turn by the

Schools Handed Outs serve the army away from home, and least a high school education or suf- Lee County Parent-Teachers Asso-

to those wishing to remain in Dixie' was pointed out that gasoline, ficient experience in related fieldsof ciation, and the American Legion

$2,197,361 by StateThe there are vacancies in the Air Corps' liquor, and other excise, levies are social work. Any individual who Auxiliary and many others who are

at Barksdale Field, Louisiana and providing increasing totals over pre-
failed to pass the first examinationis cooperating. The clinic is- without
in all the vious years' incomes. And that, according -
combatant branches at all
i' eligible for a re-examination. He cost to the child or parent.If .
state sent $2,197,361.68' other Army Posts in this Corps Area. to the comptroller, all
must make application by letter to request Is made at the News of-
to the counties of the state Wednesday branches of state well
Young men should contact the Recruiting government as
the district office. :All application fice, transportation will be arranged -
and Thursday for public school'I as needs of funds for old I
Office nearest their homesor age pension -
forms must be completed and on for any crippled child 'and its par-
operations, completing payment of communicate, with the Corps Area payments, can be cared for ade-
file in district of-
I by April 19th the ent to attend the clinic.
seven-eighths of the annual $10,500- Recruiting Office, 524 Post Office quately by proper distribution of,

000 public school appropriation. Building, Atlanta. Georgia, for detailed -I funds. fice.The State Merit Committee will I(INFORMAL CELEBRATION OF

Colin English, superintendent of I I information. At the same time, 'a letter from .T. I rate all new applicants as to past experience TWO BIRTHDAYS TUESDAYAn
public instruction, and J. M., Lee, .r
i B. Hodges, chairman of the state and education! before permitting -
'- state comptroller, announced that the I DEPUTY COLLECTOR TO I democratic committee, 'reminded them to take the written ex- informal party marked the celebration -
new apportionment is the I I
biggest BE HERE WEDNESDAYA I Governor Cone of platform ,economy'I amination. Those who are eligible of the birthdays of J. W.
amount distributed since the school
pledges to be incorporated in the I will be notified the exact time and Moran and Mrs. H. J. B., Scharnben,'
x :rear started last September. I Deputy Collector of Internal governor's recommendations to the place of the examination.All Tuesday, the party at the home of

Previously monthly allocationshave >I Revenue will be in Clewiston on legislature next Tuesday. Adequate persons who pass this exam- Mr. Moran being followed by a sup-

been $1,166,666, or one-ninth i : April 7, 1937, to assist taxpayers in school money, lowered budgets and ination must take a personal inter- per at Mrs. Scharnberg's. Attendingwere

of the total $10,500,000. English i the preparation of their returns on taxes, support of old age pensions view before they are considered eligible Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Crochet,

and Lee said after a conference they Forms SS-1 under Title VIII and consolidation of various departments i for employment with the Florida -, Mr. and Mrs. John Dotterer, Mr. and

.. had interpreted the law to provide ,' Forms 940 under Title IX of the So- arid administrative agencies, and I State Board of Social Welfare Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mr..and Mrs. R. Y,
' .". for dIstributing the total in eight t'cial Security
Act.
I state advertising appropriations | Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bes-
installments, instead of nine. !
This were among planks of the summar- Mrs., Nancy Puryear, who visited tor, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill, Mr. and
week's distribution will makeup Sixty-two tons of fertilizer was ized platform contained in the Hod- her daughter, Mrs. C. L. Downs at Mrs. 1'V.. Bigg; Mr. and Mrs. F.

the difference between the previous sold in Hendry county during Febru- ges letter. i the Inn for a few weeks, left Saturday : M. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. W.. C. Owen,

amounts and what would bavobeen "uy.vbile the entire state sales am- Copies were sent to ..D. Stuart Gil- for Sarasota to visit another .Miss Faustina Rogero, Miss Victoria

paid under the on' -elghth plan. ounted to 53,452. lis, president-designate of ,the Sen daughter before returning to Dalton, Curtis, Miss Mignonne St. Martin,
Amounts I
each county will receive!
will be Il I ate and W. McL. Christie; unopposed Georgia. Mr. Downs accompanied her Miss Jayne Harrington, R., L. Coker,
determined by the -I i
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department l Dr. George O. Brewster of Belle candidate for speaker of the Ito I Sarasota and remained for the F. D. Duff, W. C. Prewitt J. J, Harrington -

of education: -Glade spent Sunday in Clewiston. House. :week-end, returning Monday. \ and John Lucaa, *' ',_

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nCwiJw'nt 'Service Wins

wuEffIi
m THANK God that when a .
U man a bit of service, 't;'

however little it may be, of
.CiL: that, too, he can never trace

the consequences. Thank God
EGG FERTILITY IS that that which in some better

IN REVIEW moment, in some nobler inspi-
EASILY INCREASED
:z1dM) about: ration,lIoU did ten yecrs ago to
make brothers' faith
your a

"Benefit" Promises. by iSdwa/tfL UJ. Pick* Over-Use of Males Is Not little shop-boy more confirm strong and, to not let doubt your

SANTA MONICA, CALIF.- Western Newspaper Union. I Good Judgment.By the confidence in man which he .

"benefits" are being had brought into his business, '
Chief sheriff said he couldn't act further
Justice Hughes
overdone-indeed, some are until he was given sufficient' forceof Dr. W. C. Thompson Professor of Poul- to establish the purity of a soul
rackets wearing the mask of Opposes Court Plan : deputies. a try Husbandry Agrlculture.-WNU, New Jersey Service.College of instead of staining and shaking

charity-but even so, if a good CHIEF JUSTICE CHARLES E. I Governor Murphy had declared While a poultryman cannot alwaysbe it, thank God, in this quick,

to show created something of that constituted authority must be sure that every egg selected from electric atmosphere in whichwe
trouper has promised a sensation by sending to the senate i obeyed, but he explained his failureto his breeding stock will hatch, he, live that, too, wins forth.-

up, you'd think he would prove judiciary committee a letter declar- i act promptly by saying that can achieve, greater economy in Phillips Brooks.Controlling. ,'

he's 'a good trouper by showing ing that an increase "blind adherence to a legalistic phil- chick production by taking steps to '}
:*iilil{i.itl in the number of Supreme osophy will surely lead to eventual reduce the number of infertile eggs

up. t1; i court justices frustration of the democratic ideal produced' by, his breeding flock.
There have been cases out : il as proposedby of'true freedom." There-are several factors which the Earth
when there were listed h:.. '::"} : President Roose
here <;:: The committee named'by the gov- result in infertility of hatching eggs. What countries own or control
enough notables to make a whole : ; velt, "would not promote ernor to devise ways of! disposingof One is an inherently selective ten- most of the earth? is asked. Great
but what fL.hif.r'lWi 2 : : the efficiency dency on the part of certain male Britain
constellation of stars, < :, : future labor disputes was busy comes first with control of
fX ? .t; ji:: of the court. HeIr
,.birds. Poultrymen should watch
resulted was a milky way of added formulating legislation; and Mr. 13,172,000 square miles; Russia,
i : Murphy held frequent consultationswith breeding, males to make sure they or the Soviet Union, second, with
and unknowns. "It is believed that
amateurs are active non-selective
; James' F. Dewey, federal con- rand as 8,144,000 square miles; France,
Those last-minute alibis for non- .:t 9 it would impair that ciliator. Also he was in' communi breeders. third, approximately 5,000,000

appearance are not always true t{:ay :!#M. ones. The real facts son \vhy some eggs are infertile. 4,250,000 square miles, and Brazil -'
maybe: >, Chief Justice unit. Sitdown Strikes Debated -r?' rgQ Sometimes too many' hens are allowed and the United States are next
"There would be
A night club cutup Hughes ? per male or else the breeding with each about 3,000,000 square
more judges to hear, by the SenateSENATORS males are not given rest period
has been unexpectedly a miles. That accounts for about
taken sober more judges to confer, more judgesto indulged in an iv.Tig- during spring One way to avoid three-fourths of the earth. The I

and so isn't funny., discuss, more judges to be convinced concerning th' sit- this is removejhe; breeding males remaining fourth is divided I,

A darling of the and to decide. The present down strike and there wer demands for two days after they have been among some 60-odd countries. '
screen thinks he did I number of justices is thought to be for a congressional investigation running :with the hens for three or

enough when he allowed large enough so far as the prompt, of this new four days. Another way is to have

the use of his' I adequate and efficient conduct of weapon of labor. + alternate lots of breeding males, us-

name, so he spendsthe the work of the court is concerned." Majority Leader s ing one lot for a week and restingthe r.in JOSEPH'S

evening congen- Mr. Hughes said his letter was Joe Robinson said: other during that week, but this j.'pROTECTED PACKAGE

ially posing for profile approved by Justices Van Devanterand "Manifestl.' the sit- method cannot be used where pedi- WRAPPED IN CELLOPHANE

photographs.An Irvin S. Cobb Brandeis. He made it clear down strike is un gree breeding is being done.

f actor is busy that he was commenting on an in- i lawful. It is not j When the weather is cold male
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trying to decide whether he'll sell crease from the standpoint of efficiency within the rights of birds stand around inactive and use-

his yacht and buy a racing stableor and. "apart from any ques- any individual or less. This can be avoided by removing -
sell his racing stable and buy a tion' of policy," which he said, "I do group of individualsto s choice males from the Worlds Largest Seller at lOc_

yacht.An not discuss." seize or retain breeding pens in the late afternoon,

actress suddenly remembersshe Senator Burton K. Wheeler of possession of property keeping them in protected quartersfor

has an engagement over the Montana, Democrat, was the first 'to.the exclusion the night and returning'' ,themto
Arizona line to be married some opposition witness called before the of the employer for Sen.Robmsonthe the pens 'the following day. "I 1 SLEEP LIKE A LOG""When

more committee; and he started in by purpose of enforcing demands When these suggestions 'and other nervous excitement indigestion gas pains.or
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rheumatic aches keep me awake and restless 11
Staying at home to post UR the reading Mr. Hughes' letter. Be- against the employer." schemes which may occur to the RADWAY'S READY RELIEF. This many-us.

diary used to be an excuse, but fore entering the committee room However, he added, it was diffi- experienced poultry breeder are Liniment Warmth Works-Canmnato Wonder contains It helps no narcotics me to relax and and its-
dairy-ke 'ping is now out. he said he believed the adminis- cult for the federal government to properly worked into the management drift with delicious drowsiness into dreamland"
tration would eventually accept a do in the until the of writes W. I. Willis of 22 E. SSth St., N. Y.City.
e anything matter the breeding flock, a consid- Only SSc at your druggist. For free sample write-
Talking Fish. compromise plan. He advocates a Supreme court has passed on the erable increase in the percentage of Radway &Co.,203 FS Centre St.,New York: Oty.

P ROF. ISAAC GINSBURG of the constitutional amendment, permit- validity of -the WagnerConnerylabor egg fertility can be brought about.
United States bureau of fisheries ting congress, by two-thirds ma- relationsact.. Fertility is probably affected onlyin
jority, to override Supreme court in- small part by inherited charac- By ContrastIf
solemnly vows he has heard those Senator Van Nuys of Indiana,
validation of acts of congress, pro- teristics. One of the most there 'clouds
tiny aquatic creatures known as sea Democrat, and others protested important were no we
horses communicating with one vided a national election had intervened against this seeming effort to placeon steps is keeping the breeding males should not enjoy the sun.OldProverb.

between invalidation and healthy, strong, vigorous, well fed .
another by speech and he suspects the Supreme court the blame
other species do the same thing overriding. for the epidemic of sitdown strikes.: and not ,over-used during the spring

Undoubtedly so. I can1 confirm "The administration will compro- The Democratic senate whip, Senator season. Allow only one male for

this discovery by a story Drury mise, don't worry," Wheeler said. James Hamilton Lewis of Illi- every 10 hens at the most. This often A FARMER BOYNE
"They can't get more than thirty- Involves having 'more males than
Underwood used to repeat: Drury nois, vehemently criticized sit-down
five senate for the President's ( of the best known
said a gentleman ordered whitefishin votes tactics of labor and demanded investigation one may have planned for, but an medical in the
a Chicago restaurant. When the plan. Public opinion, which swerved by congress. "Is the extra male bird or so may more +y U. S. was the men late Dr. R.
portion arrived the patron sniffed toward them for a while, is now United States a government?" Lewis than make up for the cost by the w''y V. Pierce of Buffalo N. '
born
Y who
was on a.
at it and then, in a confidential undertone swinging heavily against them. asked. "Every form of com- increased fertility obtained. farm in Pa. Dr. Pierce'*

began talking, seeminglyto Edward S. Corwin, professor of merce is being torn apart under Favorite Prescription has
for nearly 70 years been
constitutional
law at Princeton
himself. was the name of 'controversy between helping women who have
heard the committee'in Battery Plan for Hens
by senate headache and backache associated
The waiter and
ranged up. employer employee, leading to
with functional
"Anything wrong, sir?" he inquired support of the President's bill and the danger of national riots." Still Up to _Pioneers; disturbances, and older women who experi-
he got along very nicely until Sen- ence heat flashes. By increasing the appetite
ator Burke, leader of the opposition It, is certainly practicable to keep this tonic helps to upbuild the body. Buy of
"Oh, no," said the patron" "I was called his attention to a speech the, Amelia Earhart's Flight laying hens in batteries. This is be- your druggist. New size, tabs., SOc< liquid $1.GOTRIDOF.

just"Talking talking?"to the fish. professor made a year ago and a Stopped by Crack-Up, ing done both experimentally and

-- book he wrote 25 in bothof MELIA EARHART'S commercially with results that
years ago globe-en-
"Certainly. I said to him: 'Well, A '
how're tricks out in Lake Michi- which he expressed views quite circling flight ended, for the seem to please-many who are practicing -
different from those he it. Whether or not it will be
seeminglynow Honolulu when
gan? And he said: 'I wouldn't present, at she
holds. Then Senator Tom Con- profitable in any given 'case cannotbe
know. It's been so long since I left cracked up her $80,000 "laboratoryplane"
nally took hand in the foretold; only a trial can deter-
there I can't remember anything a questioning: .,. at the take- ,
about it.' "Now you say the court is biased. off for Howland is- mine this. Those who go into it
.
You want to add six new justiceswho \;;* ". .. < land. By quick states a writer :n the 'Rural New- BIG UGLYPORES

The Race to Arms. will be biased in the other di- : f' thinking and action Yorker, must do so with the, consciousness .

sees Britain's bet of'$7,500- rection, don't you?" -IJ0ii t"lt:) she saved her life that they are entering a
iTALY Professor Corwin evaded a direct and 'those of Capt. new field in poultry-keeping and
000,000 to be spent on war defense ;, / >
the'ne..xt answer for some time, but Senator } .: Harry Manning and must: expect to serve among the
during five
and
.
years, : :;
raises it by decreeing militarization Connally demanded to know whetherhe #*1Y':; :: :; Fred J. Noonan, her pioneers.It .
did not the )" : is obvious that costs of hous-
support President'splan .tnavigators: : but the
of all classes between the ,
agesof for this purpose. %'ft; .. ( ing, installation of batteries, etc.,
plane was so
eighteen and fifty-five, which 1 ;' badly
"Well, that is one of the %: will vary, not only with the choice of:
reasons that it
means a trained fighting force of R .. .:f.(' damaged had PLENTY OF DATES NOW..DEMON'SFACIAL
the witness equipment- from
said. ., cages may vary
8,000,000 ready for immediate mobilization k" 4t.. 4::, to be shipped back
,- to the Los 'Angeles one to three dollars each in price- MAGNESIA MADE HER
adding side
as a wager Amelia but with the facilities already at
the promise of "total sacrifice, if Detroit Is Threatened Earhart factory for repairs. hand. Both the Ohio Agricultural SKIN FRESH, YOUNG, BEAUTIFUL
required, of civil, necessities. for With General Strike The daring aviatrix
station, 'at Wooster, and the New Romance Hasn't chance when
attainment of maximum. sailed immediately for San Francisco a big ugly
mili-
tary needs." BECAUSE the Detroit police, dir asserting that she would 'resume Jersey station, at New Brunswick, pores spoil skin-texture.Men love the soft
I by Mayor Frank Couzensand the flight as have published complete data with smoothness of a fresh young complexion.:
soon possible.
This means, of course, that Police Commissioner Pickert regard to experimental work with Denton's Facial Magnesia does miraclesfor
As the big plane rushed down the
France and Germany and Russia put an end to a number of the this 'use of batteries which is avail- unsightly skin.Ugly pores disappear,
must chip in with taller stacks than smaller sit d runway for the take-off it swayed skin becomes firm and smooth. I
o w n '' able residents of these'states.Cornish .
to
'
before, and thus the r;t" *' : 1'stnkes badly, the right tire burst and the
merry game in that city t :{1 ship went out of control. The left Watch your complexion take on new beauty
goes on until some nation, in des- by raiding and ar- r .:v'ri; :", 'J.;l Even the first few treatments with Donton's Facial
: "' undercarriage buckled and the left ChickensThere
peration, calls some other nation's resting the strikers ': Magnesia make a remarkable difference. With
bluff and all down in ; t1f\.:, .. wing slashed into the ground. The the Denton Magic Mirror you can actually seethe
,
go together a Homer Martin, ; '.:;. :.,:' .:.,'.. then are three recognized varieties texture of your skin become smoother day by
.
the
ship to crashed
':" spun :right,
welter .
of blood. washed clean.Wrinkle
president of the i'. of Cornish chickens: The day.Imperfections are
: "V ;
.. down on its right wing, and the right gradually disappear.Beforeyouknow it Denlon'shas
United : : white and white laced reds.
Automobile dark
:;/ ti brought you entirely now skin loveliness.
,: :: motor snapped off 'the right wheel.
Maniacs and Motors. Workers, threatened '::'W"f.+ : ..: Miss Earhart quickly cut the igni- The dark variety is preferred. It is EXTRAORDINARY OFFER

DISPATCHES tell of a slaying to call a general f'-: ::2r tion switches, so there was no fire an extremely hardy bird; a fast -Saves You MoneyYou
automobile which chased a citizen strike in all the auto \: f. <' : v.. grower. It has no difficulty in hold- can try Donton's Facial Magnesia on the
clear the 'p' and no one was injured. most liberal offer we have ever made-good for
up on sidewalk and plants there except ':: :..1 fX :,,' The first leg of the flight from ing its own until maturity. Althoughit a few weeks only.We will send you a full 12 oc.
,
nailed him. This is a plain breachof ry : bottle retail reguiar.used box
those of General ... seems not to be ravaged by poul- ( price$1)plus a :
the ethics Wi ,: Oakland to Honolulu, had been of famous Milnesia Wafer.! (known throughout
governing our most Motors. S diseases it is
I made successfully and in record try necessary for the country as the original Milk of Magnesiatablets'
popular national pastime-that of "I don't believe Gov ;nor breeders to follow the rules of, sani- )), plus the Denton Magic Mirror (shows
mowing down the innocent i time, but an inspection revealed you what your skin specialist sees) ail for
by- Mr. Martin would Murphy tation required by all fowls. Re-
that the propellor bearings of the only$11 Don't miss out on this remarkable oner.
stander. be so Unwise as to call out on gen- plane were almost dry when she gardless of its weight when ma- Write today.
:Among our outstanding motor ma- eral strike men who have just been landed. tured, the Cornish chicken consumes -
niacs it has already been agreed through six years of suffering due about one-third less feed than

that ,once a foot passenger reachesthe to depression and loss of work," do other large-type chickens.In DENTON'SFacial
pavement, he is out of bounds Mayor Couzens said. "It would ,Treasury Objects to the

and cannot be put back in play un- be unfortunate for him to do so." Railway Pension Plan I

til somebody shoves him into the The mayor added that the police THE new railway pension :plan the HenyardThe Magnesia

roadway again. ''Otherwise the pedestrian would .'continue to evict strikers upon by railroad man- usual number of males usedin SELECT tJ!
class would speedily be exterminated from plants and stores' held by others agement and labor doesn't meet breeding flocks is one male to '-' PRODUCTS.Inc. 1

whereas its membersare ,than employees at the places. with the approval of the Treasury 15 hens, or six to 100' is the usual! 4402-23rd St. 1

valuable for target practice The eight Chrysler plants were department, which says its taxes on number in commercial hatching egg Long Island City.N.Y. 1 1

when an ,operator is building up still held by the sitdowners, and employers and employees are too floc'cs of White Leghorns. (Enclosed cash or stamp Cad$1) 1
to the point where he is qualifiedto everyone was waiting anxiously for low to meet pension outlays. If the for which,end me your 1 1combination.

sideswipe a car full of women Gov. Frank Murphy to determinewhat income fails to level up with outgo, In buying baby chicks, investigatethe special introductory.

and; children. while going seventy action the state government say treasury officials, the differ- average production of the parent ; :

miles an hour; or meet a fast trainon would take to enforce the law. Evic- ence would come out of general gov-. floclc and whether the birds were II .. 1
equal terms at a grade cross. tion and arrest of the strikers had ernment funds. It was predicted in selected for production, size free- I'I Name.---- -

ing. been ordered by Circuit Judge !. Washington that President Roose- dom from breed defects, and other Street Adcrre.a._.__...___.....

IRVIN S. COBB Campbell, whose order to get out velt might intervene to settle points. The lowest acceptable flock II City_...________ Stat .__________ 1
-WNU Service. I was defied by the workers, but the the dispute. record is 189 eees. I.< .....................I






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'i _.............. -.... 3 rw Aw* Foreign Words
IMPROVED and PhrasesSine THE CHEERFUL CHERUB\

i, ,' UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL mm i mammmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmmmm \

., J My culture writ :
I qua non. (L.) Without very

SUNDAY 'which not; an indispensable condition de.e.p-

esson 1: only think of how
Absque thoc. (L.) Without this.
REV. HAROLD L, LUNDQUIST.
By
Dean of the Moody Bible Instituteof Ex parte. (L.) Of or from, one '-0 it looks.
Chicago. side only.
) Western Newspaper Union. imyly're.a.d the
: Non est inventus. (L.) He ha*

not been found. took reviews

Lesson for April 4 Pax vobiscum! (L.) Peace be And then

with you!

GOD .THE CREATOR Statu quo ante bellum. (L.) As pretend IW 0 Ao I
it
was before the war.
LESSON' TEXT-Genesis 1:1.5 2631. Sur le tapis. (F.) On the carpet; red the, j

GOLDEN TEXT-In the beginning God under consideration. I books.
and the earth. Gen.
: created the heavens '
1:1. Vinculum matrimonii. (L.) The t\1'C '!. i

PRIMARY TOPIC-When God Made the bond of matrimony. iI I I
Colonial Covered in
Bridge I
C World: f Virginia. Tabula rasa. (L.) A blank tablet -' I

JUNIOR TOPIC-In the Beginning-God. Prepared by National Geographic Society. '
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC- Washington, D. .-WNU Service. bridges span many such creeks; WNU Service.
God the Maker of All. across them whiz motor cars, so fast
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC- works of man more pro- that passengers barely catch evena
God in Creation. FEW ly affect his destiny glimpse of the streams that once *** r.......*.r. .* ...

does the bridge.An seemed''so wide. I'M TH RU
From the completion of the great empire was at stake Ask Me Another

Gospel of John, which took us backto when Xerxes threw his pontoons Built for Railroads. WITH ISUBSTITUTES. __ W

that time "in the beginning"when across the Hellespont, and Rome's Train riders, asleep or busy with $, A General Quiz r

the Living Word "was" and long arm stretched over Europe _ooks and cards, are rushed for 20' : .,

"was with God and was God," when Caesar's army bridged the miles over the famous Salt Lake ,Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service. MOTHE

we turn to the first book of the Rhine. Lack of pontoons on which c t-ofI of the pioneer Union Pacific ./I gAeellAe1.41M111RIeeeR1R1e1R. .

Bible, which is, as indicated by its I to cross the Seine, Napoleon com- railway. The "world's longest bridge 1. To what relative does "avun- WARNEDN'Y

o title, a book of "beginnings." We plained; kept him from ending a structure," it is called. Stand this cular" refer? -, rai'

.find in it not only the record of the war. Our own Gen. 'Zachary Taylor, trestle on end and it would reachso 2. What man who later became TO

,creation of the heavens and earth, reminded the War department ,that high that men on the ground President fought at San Juan Hill? GENUINE

., but of man, and the beginnings of its failure to send bridge materialshad could not even see the top of it! 3.' In what country did the Ming
O.CEDI'1t
his history, the entrance of sin into prevented him from "destroying Most new bridges we now build Dynasty reign?

the world, the beginning of God's the Mexican army." are for highways. But when you 4. What is bisk? ppLiSN
revelation of redemption. It is in- recall that after 1850 we laid more
Yet history, being so largely the 5. Who was the first Roman em-
deed a most important book, funda- annals of wars, fails to emphasizethe I than 200,000 miles of rails, you can peror?
mental to an understanding of the in I see how the railroad, first with its
importance of bridges every- 6. What hero was inspired to
rest of the Bible. day life. When you reflect how crude wooden trestles,' scattered further action by a spider's per-
Genesis has been the special ob- bridges across America. As west-
bridges now make travel easy and severance?
ject of attack on the part of crit- ward migration rose to millions the
swift between towns, cities, states 7. What flag was called "the
ics and especially by those who of fords a
use and ferries dwindledand
even between nations where rivers jolly Roger"?
in its account of the creation :
saw bridges multiplied, sometimesnot
form frontiers-you 'feel that few 8. To what was the term "shinplaster" -
statements which apparently did without
other devices conceived by man'' local disputes. applied in American his-

not square with the announced find- serve more to promote understanding When the first railroad bridge was tory?
of science. Fortunately, as men
ings
and mutual progress. started over the Mississippi at Davenport 9. What does "azoic" mean?
make advances in scientific discov- Envy a Goad
Iowa, steamboat men en- 10. Where is Lake Constance?
Ride the air America and
well as in the understanding across Envy is 'a necessary evil it Is a
ery; as its ;
joined
building as a "nuisance"tc 11. When it is in Philadelphia -
noon
how dot the If
of God's Word, they are begin- see bridges map. little goad which forces us to do
navigation! Abraham Lincoln what time is it in Yokohama?
the day be clear half a dozen may ,
ning to realize that there is no yet better.-Voltaire.
lawyer, argued the case for the rail- 12. An
real conflict between the established be in sight at once. From culvertsover English king was once
inter- backwoods creeks to steel ,way-and the bridge was built. crowned on a Sunday. Who was
facts of science and, a proper
pretation of Scripture. When thereis giants that span broad rivers, you "He is crazy!" men said of James he?

an apparent clash it will be found see a bridge of some kind wherever B. Eads when he sought to build Answers

that either the Bible has been misin- rails or highways cross a water- the largest steel-arch bridge of its 1. An uncle.

terpreted by men or they have mistaken course. How many bridges of all time over the Mississippi at St. 2. Theodore Roosevelt.

a hypothesis of science fora kinds America has, nobody knows. Louis. Doubters sniffed at Eads' use 3. China.

fact. No official count exists. United of pneumatic caissons for bridge 4. A thick rich soup.

We are in error when we talk States army engineers, concerned pier foundations. "I told you so," 5. Augustus Caesar. -7

about the Bible's being confirmedby only with bridges that span navi-" they said, when the first two half- 6. Robert Bruce. wltx TNie

archaeology or by science. If the gable rivers of the United States, arches. approached their junction at 7. That of the pirates.

United States naval observatory have more than ,6,000 on their list. mid-span and failed by a few inchesto 8. To fractional paper money.'

should find that its master clock Look down on any river city, suchas fit. "Pack the arch in ice," or- 9. Without life or' with organic LIGHTS INSTANTLY-HO WAITINGHere's

l does not agree with the observa- Pittsburgh; see the steady two- dered Eads. The metal shrank and remains. the iron that will"smooth your war

J tion of the stars, it would not as- way traffic that flows over its the ends dropped into place. 10. On the border- of Switzerlandand en Ironing day". It will cave your stnsgat
-0 ...help do better ironing easier and
The same'taunts you quickerat
sume that the universe had gottenout bridges, like lines of ants march- of ignorancewere Germany. leas cost.

of order. It would know that the ing. Think of the jams, the chaos in flung at John A. Roebling and 11. Two a. m. the next day. A Real Mutant Lighting Iron..no heating'

clock is wrong, and would make traffic, should all bridges suddenlyfail his Brooklyn bridge. "Men cannot 12. 'King Edward VI on Febru- double with matches..no waiting.The evenly-heated
pointed baseirons
garments with fever
correction. Science does not confirm work like spiders," these critics ary 20, 1547. strokes. Large glass-smooth glides easier.
said. "They cannot spin giant cables Ironing time is reduced one-third. Heats itself
Bible the Bible confirms true
the ; Trace the bridge through history from fine wires .. .use it anywhere. Economical too...costs
science. and you see how its developmentis high in air. Roeb- only Vif an hoar to operate. See your local

The account of creation may be an' index to man's social and me- ling died before the task was done, .Un.ck pIZLIbScz hardware dealer.
but his FREE FolduIIlustraUng and telling all
monument is the bridge that
divisions.I. .
in
considered two great chanical advance. about this wonderful iron. Send postcard.
spans East river.
The Creation of Heaven and The Urge Is to Get Across. Our THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE tSHJJ CO.
.. Earth (1,1-5)). American bridges were all p: Dept.WU319.Wichita.Kant.;Chicago UL;
"In the beginning God"-what Fallen trees, chance stepping built yesterday, as the Old World Philadelphia,Pa.;Lot Angeles,Calif.MACHINERY

awe-inspiring words! How fully and stones, or swinging vines formedhis counts time. Except that American

satisfactorily they state the originof first bridges. He used them in Indians laid flimsy bridge of poles Rich Food in Small Doses

all things. flight from enemies, to hunt, fight, over narrow streams and sometimessent Books that improve your mind :

Men ask us to believe their or'steal a wife on his own predatory a crowd of squaws to test a are often hard to read. Take themin

theories, but there is no cosmogony quest. Fantastic old woodcuts even new bridge to see if it would sustain small doses, but continuously.Live -

offered which does not call for a show us living chains of monkeys the tribe's horses, we have little of each day as if it were

measure of credulity. Man cannot swinging from tree to tree across the lore, the traditions, and supersti- worth 'while-and the day beforeit i

explain the origin of matter, the ori- jungle creeks! To get across, even tions which cling to ancient bridgesof plan to make it more so. :

gin of life, the origin of rational as when the waters parted and Is- Europe and the East. ,Every flowering weed may have

: life. These three great gaps and rael's Children walked dry-shod Lore of Ancient 3ridges. its chance some day, when the .

many smaller ones his theories cano over the Red sea ,floor, was the florists take an interest in it.
It is hard for to
; not bridge. Man, asks us to take his primary urge. even us imagineat Wisdom Must Be Earned
the, Caravan bridge in Smyrnamay Buy-Sell lee Machines, Tanks, Cans,
word for them. But we prefer to To this day, as in parts of.Tibet, Hoists, Scoring :Machines.: Motors. Writ
take God's Word. Africa and Peru, men still cross be 3,000 years old; that Homer Authority" can: be conferred up- wants offers. Born,35 E. Wacker, Chl.are.AGENTS .
wrote verse in nearby caves, or that on you, but not wisdom. .It has
Study the entire account of crea- dizzy canyons on bridges of twisted '
tion. Space here forbids more than grass and nild vines. Yet the func- St. Paul passed over this bridge on to be earned. '

the briefest reference. to its perfect tion of these primitive structures is ,his way to preach! Or that Xerxes, Pride is worth something that fa ;.
the Persian king bridged the Greek keeps in'an or boy out of low com
.
order and symmetry, its completeness the same a that of the new Golden ,,
the self-evident fact that it is I I Gate bridge or' the new giant at straits more than 400 years before pany. New Kind of Heat Boils water instantly '-
'Christ. Then, tasting grief even as The greatest of faults is to be without coal gas or oil. Pocket size. Pays '
a true account of the working of Sydney, Australia. They carry man .agents218%profit. Free sample offer. Spec
God. It is so received by thoughtful across. Eads and Roebling, he saw a storm conscious of none. King, Old Colony Bid?., Des Moines, I..
4. destroy it, so that he had to order
men and women of our day. Even We do not know who built the first
.J scoffers have long since ceased to' bridge. At the end of the reign of the rough waters to be lashed and

speak foolish words about "the mis- 'cursed by' his official cursers, while ACCEPT
Queen Semiramis, about 800 B. C., PLEASE
he executed his
first
bridge crew'
takes of Moses. an arched bridge spanned the
and set another gang at the task.
II. The Creation of Man (vv. Euphrates at Babylon. The legendary -
16-23)). "Hanging Gardens Myths and superstitions linger
some say,
"Let us" is an indication that the consisted of trees and plants set about many bridges. Since people THIS /l/o/ T
often die in floods
Holy Trinity was active in crea- along the roadway of this wide the Romans .

. tion. God the Father is mentioned bridge. Explorers at Nebuchadnezzar's looked on a bridge as an infringe-

(v. 1), the Holy Spirit (v. 2), and palace at Babylon found no ment take on their the rights toll. of the river godsto 4-PIECE SILVER SET ,

without the Son was nothing made traces of any bridge. Yet she use of Hence.human be-
r (John 1:3).' the arch is very old thereabouts; ings first, then effigies, were thrown

/' Man was created in "the likeness you see proof of this in the amazing ir.to the flooded Tiber by priests, for only

and image ,of God." This undoubtedly ruins of Ctesiphon palace, east of while vestals 'sang to appease the'

,. refers to a moral and spirit-I Babylon, where the vaulted ceilingof river gods.Turkish 25c complete with I
I
ual likeness. Man is a moral being, the grand banquet hall, still folklore reveals this same .
possessed of all the characteristics standing,' is 85 feet high. idea. In his book, "Dar UI Islam," your purchase L d m
:Sir Mark
Sykes records this
of true personality. He is a living Romans left us fine examples of legendof I I

spirit, with intelligence, feeling, will- the ancient arch bridge. To this day a bridge under construction which of one can of w ,w s t1
had fallen three
times. "This .
power. This image, no matter howit their masonry work is unsurpassedfor bridge # "
"
needs a life said the B. T. Babbitt'sNationally /
/
wprkmen.
may have been defaced by sin, strength and beauty; some of ,
"And the
is that in man which makes it pos- their early stone bridges are still master saw' a beautiful '
Known a .
by'a
sible for us to seek him in his sin in use. Only in recent times came girl, accompanied bitch and ; '

and beseech him "to be reconciledto cast iron, steel, and cables. In our her puppies, and he said, 'We' Brand of
will the first life
give that comes by. .
ye't
God. "Down in the human heart, own country it was the advent first
But the dog and,her little
ones hung
crushed by the tempter, feelings lie of railways and then of improved
back, so the girl was built alive into T. Babbitt, Inc., Dept. WN, 33ff
buried that grace can restore. highways for motorcars and trucks This lovely pure silverplatedknife, to B.
', Notice that God man "a the bridge, and only her hand with fork, soup spoon and teaspoon tn| aristo- Fourth Ave., New York City,N.Y.Your
which to
" "gave was strew bridges from a gold bracelet upon it was left out-. cratic Empire design is offered solely to Set will reach you promptly, postage
? helpmeet unto him, that he established coast to coast. side." get you to try the pure brands of lye paid.You'll thank us for the Set and for
,, the family as the center of with 100 uses,shown at right.Use lye for introducing these brands of Lye to you.
In the pioneers' bold trek
to our It Peter of Colechurch
was a
and frozen drain
cleaning clogged pipes,
life on this earth. He gave man OFFER GOOD WITH ANY LABEL
dominion the entire Middle West and beyond, they ford- monk in charge of the "Brothers of for making liner soap, for sweeteningswill SHOWN BELOW
over creation, ed streams or used crude ferryboats the Bridge," who built the Old Lon- etc. You'll use no other Lye once
and his restless pioneering spirit .'ve tried of these brands.
one
drawn by cables. Often the yo
'forty. don bridge. It was a queer struc-
still carries him
to the
on complete
niners swam their horses and oxen ture, with rows of high wooden How to Get Your Silver Set

I 1 vided realization not only of that for promise.man's spiritual He pro and floated their heavy wagons by houses flanking each side, overhanging To get your 4-pieca Silver Sit, merely 11111IIe4
I lashing logs on either side of the the Thames. Soon after its com- send the band from any can of Lye shownat
i! and social needs, but also for his
wagon boxes. Covered wagons pletion the houses at one end caughtfire. right with 25c (to cover..handJing,
1 every physical need. Surely we may mailing,etc.)with your name and address
bound for the "Indian Territory"camped Crowds rushed out on the DMII GJaIlt Red Sat str
with Moses that
say "everything
\ at fords to rest, wash and hosts of died either I'JE
bridge
1 that he (God) had made was clothes, swap horses and shoe them, in the blaze or from people jumping into Jt ', ffiHI: fj RoJ( :t _4 ''R:E'Ml q ERTHE ; \
very gopd" (v. 31).
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-'-'- '-<- -: standing against La ids within age District in Conformity with
and the fee officers are gonna catch NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY '
The Clewiston News said District Autb.jrlzing the said Act.
I LOCAL ;
hell this session. I understand they- FOR SPECIAL Oil
Compromise and Settlement' of BY ORDER of the Board of Commissioners -
're gonna do away with the justicesof LEGISLATIONNOTICE certain Certificates and other. of EVERGLADES:
Published every Friday Clewiston, I the peace. They may nail some 1 Indebtedness outst .nding a- DRAINAGE DISTRICT. Y.JI
F:o.ida, by the CLEWIS'J ON NEWS, of the fee officers to the cross but IS HEREBY GIVEN that gainst said District; Amendingand ALFRED II. WAGG,
session of the Revising and le-enacting Chairman.F. .
: )r., : at the regular biennial :
they can't touch the justices, they Legislature of Florida, to convene I! into one Act, the farmer' Laws E. BRYANT, Attorney.No. .
I
are In the Constitution. in April, 1937, application will be Relating to Everglades Drain- 113, April 2. \
Keathlvjy Bowden, VJditor !I Well, I listened to that kind of I made for the passage of a special or ::. -
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I local law, the balance of which -

I chatter for a few hours and then I I will be as follows: 1 _.. .... . . .... ... . .... .... f f1M
Entered as second class mail mat vent to my: room and took a large to Ever- 1 .N.N.N.N.N. .M.N.N.NN. .N N N.N.NN. .N.N.N.N.N N N.1 1. ; .N N.N.N; .N; .NN. :N N:. .N M .
AN ACT Relating d
Post
1927, at the ,
ter February 1, glass of Milk of Magnesia, not thatI glades Drainage District; De-
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under don't appreciate all this confi- claring the Existence of such : I :::
rt.l\ I \ .:..
the Act of March 3, 1897. dential information but I've learn- District; Validating its. Crea- ; I I :
and Declaring its Boundaries .. I .'i'.
rd.thatit pays to beat the old head- tion I I
rate, $2.00 per "' yeax. ache to the punch if you, can. ; Providing for its Govern- I '
Subscription f
ment, and for the Appointmentof : CLEWIS TON 60LF
.1 'ortising rates on application Another thing I learned was that a Board of Commissioners .. .
some folks are alt'upset over the therefor, and Fixing the Com- ,. :
kind of language the Governor uses. pensation of said Commissioners :i= -" : ::
Devoted to the advancement and '.. I. .
welfare of Clewiston and Hen ir; It sems they object to triple negatives ; Defining the Duties and 'i' I ..... .,... ,' COURSE .r'; .' ;.
like "we didn't never have no Powers of such Board; Levying H
County. such nonsense when I was in the leg- Taxes and Special Assessmentsfor i
l ly
lature", but just the same I haven't Everglades Drainage District .
found anybody that's had the least Pro-
upon the Lands therein, and I IY
ExclusiveWNU bit of trouble understandin' what; viding for the Collection of such ; .-' .t.

Fred is talkin' about. The real trou- Taxes and Special Assessments; :;: I.. "/ I ::
ble as I see it is he makes. too darn Amending Chapter 14717,. Lawsof ; A
plaiu. They can rave and carry on all 1931, as amended by Chapter .?. I .t.
they like about the Governor sayln' 16993, Laws. of 1935, as to .:. : I ..
FeaturesThe "Ain't", but that's not what's wor- the Manner of Sales of Lands I

rYin' 'em. It's the way he says "No" Taxes for the and Non-payment Assessments;of To such Pro- i)

that gets under their skins. They can vide for the Collection of such [ Open to meiiiTiEJ J
legislators leave this weekendfor say what they want about Fred, but Taxes and Assessments at the II' I I
call him a "YES" man.
pardon Tallahassee, session-is and on.the race-I beg they'can't Manner same Time as State and in and the County same 7-47

Taxes; Repealing Sections ... ...
FOR SALE-32-foot Trunk Cabin inclusive thereof; Amending ?
Duke of Winsdor, poor fellow, .
The Sections 48-54 inclusive, 62-67
Cruiser, 10 ft. 9 in beam. 4-40 y -
leaving to economize, reduced his Grey' marine motor Both in A-l inclusive, sub-section (b) of ..s.._. ..y....
stair of servants from 17 to 6. Which condition.. Modern conveniences Section 68, 69, 71-79 inclusive ? 1I .
doesn't give us any new ideas on thereof; and Repealing Sections :: :::
cash. Boat at Stuart Marina
$600
,'incing: our particular budget. 81, 82, 84-100 inclusive, of said I y Ay
Service Co. Dock, Stuart, Fla. Ideal Act of 1931 as amended; Pro- AJ

TC: cane harvesting machine;, for fishing parties, sleeps four. G. E. viding for the Maintenance of J : Moderate Green Fees :;:
Lunsford, LaBelle, P. 0. 123. N-D Works heretofore Constructedby

about.ich perfect to our in unskilled operation eyes, is attract, looks trict Everglades; Providing Drainage Authority Dis-in :i= Exceptional Fairways ::

ing a great deal of local attention said Board for the Preventionand y
northwest of the FREE! If excess acid causes you :: Interesting Greens :!:
'
cutting, cane just Control of Fires within .
Research laboratory. Stomach Ulcers Gas Pains, Indi- said District; Providing for the .s. I .i'II'

gestion! Heartburn, Belching, Bloat Issuance of Bonds to Refund .. I
Rainfall records for March were ing, Nausea, get free sample doctor's Debts of said District; Provid- '

Token Tuesday when a heavy down- prescription,. Udga', at Alston's Drug ing for the Cancellation of cer- ,.................................................................................................................,... .................-..........:..... .._...........:..II '
our started at noon and continued Store. 3mJnl8 tain Taxes and Tax Liens out- I

till far into the night. Records for,
sinking hearts were just about broken -

too, but the following day repealed .
comparatively minor damageto
'"
trucking crops of the, section. "

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.. SPEN IESS t.i-; ; :':':,
II:!!unt e:{nlt us'nlznra\: tsadeoc; r. ...-, ::I.".; ..' ;' I) ;.' ." ,'1 :.

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totte mtaec'l.By.psrtmwstt, Fussell.Kay.rrtlxQ..axl+ :); .' : : : .. \ '

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AND ()"TN.IIj[

lature With comin another" along session I figured of the maybet legis- I) ,

might be a good idea lo run up toT

? Uahasseo.and do a little snoopiu :, ". <. "
I) I took _a couple of c' ays off last
r k to roam the n.el. clay hills of

-q, t.V .

'-"siderin' the number of legisla
yes that' have come and went you'd
pink: the natives would be gettin'

used to it by now, but as far as I
could see they are just as excited as
if it was somethin' that never hap-
*
pened before But a circus always
draws a crowd and no matter how

,many times you've seen the show you

always want to go again.As .

usual they've been dumpin' different -
departments out on their ear f

to make room for the incoming del-
egation. Merchants have put in a

nice stock of knick-knacks, house-
wives have fixed up the spare room
and others are arrangin' to have Wil-
lie sleep with Grandpa for the next
two. months and are figurim' they
can make enough off a boarder or

two to provide a nice gob of vacation -,

money for next summer. 1.G. -rt e
The first couple of hours after I f The Quality CarRY

arrived in town I felt like a strange _
in theLowprice
dog in a new alley. Everyone I'd meet

would circle 'round and snifr me over field
< ''
ask what I was doin' there and _

all I could do was stand still and wag t at the lowest price ;:r '
my tail. I guess a lot of 'em got

bones buried around and they just new lines .give FLASHING V-8' PERFORMANCE in years!

naturally won't trust a newcomer. DISTINCTIVE of the sweeping ,Now quieter, thriftier, and in two l I.. ,
," After spendin' a few hours around sizes.
I i advancements in the Ford V-8 for engine :,
,: the hotel lobbies and drug stores I '"
: figured there wasn't ,any use goin' 1937. From 'its improved V-8 en- MORE MILES PER GALLON Owners CENTER-POISE RIDING-All passengers '
back to the session. Accordin' between the axles. : ,
"amidships,
4. cover gines to 'the comfort of its Center- report 22 to 27, with the Thrifty 60, ,','j.\
'
,: to the guys that KNOW about such
things. Poise ride this car offers you "best mileage ever" with the brilliantnew LUXURIOUS INTERIORs-Deep cush .
;
" Fred's got the legislature eatin' finer performance, greater luxury, 85. ions, tailored upholstery, exquisite
:
, right out of his hand. All this talk wood-grain trim. New handles, con .. ,. .
less expense than even Ford has EASY-ACTION SAFETY BRAKES- :
; you hear to the contrary is just a lot trols, instruments. ;
; offered. Now there's You push gently and you stop quickly!
of pea. soup. You can take it from ever greater "

a' me this legislative bunch is organ-" wisdom than ever in putting your Safety of steel from pedal to wheel. New Effortless Steering All Steel-on- :j.
, ized-they know just what they'regonna I
.4' .do an' Fred can go along with I money into the extra value that SOUND-CONDITIONED BODIES- steel Construction Large Luggage

fr.'' them or it will be just too bad! Ford always represents. This year Several different insulating materialsto Compartments in All Models Battery :

They're gonna take the ad valoiem : millions of Americans will take shut out noise: heat, cold. Rubber Under Engine Hood Safety Glass
tax off and put on a sales tax and if "pillows" between body and frame. Throughout Cowl Parking Brake. : .
when
more pride than before
: Fred:; vetoes It they'll pass it dver his ever e
'.sd. .. but you don't ue"d to think f they say, "We drive a V 81" -
,;:-"e. r paVsix l'm teU- i
",. I a'hzree" YOUR FORD DEALER
: tlri
:
:
'. '.'..- ,1... ;, NEW FORD V-S i
AU', !;O'UZE) FORD FINANCE I.LANS-$25 a
L\'t.' l'1 ';'' moa.h, .user usual down payment, buys any
.; .. 'M '.' ,.La clri t-'i; fct'irss.. : I model 1937 Ford V-8 car. Ask your Ford ,

They're: gonna lower the price of dealer about the easy payment plans of the The Brilliant 85" t' The Thrifty "60 J.L
Universal Credit
auto ta.g.san,4:; make' up the difference y !- Company. _
by passin' a driver's license law >> \ .
and they'll put back the road patrol


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I:N:NYNYN:N:NYY.:N N:..:NYNYN N:N:.,:N:M:N:N:N NON.,'N. Mrf. Hugh B. Neighbors and' law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. "ft I chobee Sunday, Miss Saxon boarding fast at her home. There
s: .*' daughter, Irene and son, Hugh, jr.,: W. Liddell, who accompanied her j in train there to return to the Flor- teen guests. were (seven:

_:: Personal MentionHubert :5i.I![ of Pensacola, spent the Easter holi! home and returned Sunday evening,.: ida State College for Women after
I t i here with Mrs. Neighbor's par- spending the Easter
.. her
days
holidays at
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"'" 'I Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff and announce the arrival of a son on Easter Beardsley entertained members of
Land of Okeecl-obee spp.nthe
Richardson C'u'ests'of Dr. and Mrs. the Community Church choir, their
week-end with his family here Mrs. Selee were Sunday at the Good Samaritan J. W. Ezelle and (;
--. --- Mrs. Duff's parents, Mr. and Mrs Hospital in West Palm Beach. The daughter, Emma Jane, returned wives and husbands at dinner yesterday -

Linlswi1e..z' F. E. Bryant, in Palm Beach last baby has been named Gordon Sims, Wednesday from West Palm Beach evening at the Beardsley
Captain-and Mrs. G. E. week-end. where Emma Jane was taken for
i jr. Farm six miles east of CleW'i tn. '
were visitors in Miami yesterday. I medical treatment following an ill-
__ I Mr. and Mrs. N. Carrington of George Bestor, of Georgia Tech ness of several days. She is greatly Guests included Mr. and Mrs. M. M.

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart spent Bannas, Cuba, visited Mr., and MrsE. and Richard Bestor of the Universityof improved. Prewitt Miss Mary Markette, Mr.

Tuesday in West Palm Beach I P. Mutrux the latter part of tho Florida, returned to their colleges and Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mr. and Mrs.B. .

I week en route to St. Petersburg fora Sunday after spending, a short Eas- ''I Miss Louise Oglesby who has as- E. Herring, Miss Marion Leydig,
Major and ,Mrs R.-H. Collins were : vacation. ter vacation with their parents, Mr. sisted Father Walsh in teaching the '
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Knapp, Mr. and
week-end visitors in Miami and Mrs. H. A. Bestor. 'First Communion Class of the Cath-
Mrs. C. E. Robbins, Mr. and Mrs.
olic church entertained
Mrs. L. A. Schantz returned to her I members of
Mrs. Joe Cato and baby spent the in Sarasota Sunday after vis- Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence and the class, following their First Com- Joseph Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. F. M.

week with relatives in- Nocatee. home iting for some time with her son-in- Miss Virginia Saxon motored to Okee-1 I I[I munion, with a sumptuous break- Wright and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Doty.
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Bob Stroud and Ted Cowart spent
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Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Lanier were

Sunday visitors inVest Palm Beach. It
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Parker Wilson visited friends and I

relatives in Frostproof Wednesday.Mrs. : .


L. A. Turner and son, Charles

spent Sunday in West, Palm Beach. At Last indthHiTCH'S1

,0 Bernice O'Neal was a week-end ,
visitor in West Palm Beach. 'L ,

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Mr. and Mrs S.V.. Houser: spent ] ., :.2-' .

Thursday in West Palm Beach. .:'S 5t: v g .; ': ,.7'"
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Ed Heath spent Sunday: with relatives '
''in Fort Meade. : ,
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Mrs. H. C. Avant and Mrs. Hubert ; ; ,

Land and children were visitors in -.'.; .. .,: '. ,
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West Palm Beach Friday. J. .t :.
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Mrs. Viola Stone Miss Mae Lily "i 4.1' ;'iq., f" '
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:Stone and Munzelle Stone were visi- eit; :

tors in West Palm Beach Friday. ', ,
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Mrs. J. A. McGehee left Wednes- :

day to spend several days visiting '. ,,", :
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Mr. and Mrs.. R. .L. Roberts, Doris 'r N UA .' "
and Rex Roberts, of Moore Haven

were visitors here Sunday. : .:. .
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Dr. O. B. Hazen of West Palm
Beach was a visitor in Clewiston -

Sunday. }' "

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Mis.: F. D. Duff, and Mrs.; Richard : 'f$ ,
d-.o\ ,;. ,..c. ',.,,.. .' '
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son Selee left Tuesday for several. : .
''.1.". ',,,-" ;?. ...., l .r"t 15;' SALE : .
days' stay in Miami. ,. ." 4' / '
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Mr. and Mrs. M: M. Prewitt and '& f1, ;,. of). *, ', W" : ,. 'r'" -' .,
children Saturday in' '::West .:: ''t.;> ;,'. 'it.. .. """; ,," 1.i17 :... .-' ;: I --,-,(. \ ,' .
spent -
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Palm Beach. / ii : -.'F.:_ ; : :- : ,11' P"; :..i'w",: : '
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Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Yenawinewere
guests of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeA. }

Yon in South Bay Sunday.Mr. Begins'pril1'st r i Through April12,! '!'. ,

and Mrs. M.' W! Bigg were /
\- business visitors in 'West Palm

Beach Saturday.Mr. .

',i.,.,
and Mrs. J.. M. Couse of \ :. 3 : .,
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Moore Haven visited friends here \ :; '1t>

Wednesday. \ ,
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Mr. and Mrs.-R.-'M. Hare, jr., and THIS',: THRILLING SALE the- 'year's' -most cirama'tic selling. event will" again

.the son, week-end Ronald, of here Canal with Point relatives., spent bring people" from all Southern Florida to West Palm Beach. If you've at-


Mr. and Mrs. Francis Stokes, Miss: tended Hatch's Annual Sales in the past you know what to expect. If you _

Hazel Prince and Ed Ward spent
Sunday in Arcadia. haven't, here's the idea! We hold 'only ONE Storewide Sale a year .. ; "
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Mr. and Mrs. R.' Y. Patterson and r. and' it really 1 IS a SALE! not, just.'a few spectacular. buys to attract cus- .. ..
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sons and Joe -'Johnson were visitorsin I
Fort Myers Sunday., tomers. EVERYTHING* is sale priced! Every ,department offers big savings : .

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Mrs, Leslie Miller and Mrs., Dave : on',first quality, merchandise for the: whole family and .home all backed ;
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.Alston were. shopping in Miami Fri-- a

_"" day. -f'.; '. ,: by., the quality, integrity and dependability of Hatch's. .----l-------. _.,..J.

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Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and

Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt were

in West Palm Beach Monday night. "
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Mr. and Mrs. Gratton George and' l :NOT IN ANY YEAR PAST have we, '. been able to offer such an array o.f. '

.' and :Miss Cora Mae Brantley visited .

Daytona over the Beach.week-end in Weirsdale and V A, U ES- It remains for you, to profit: by these tremendous savings! Savings '

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.... $-" particularly important at this time with an advance in regular prices
Billy
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Cate has returned to his

home in Miami after visiting for a taking 'place almost every day all over the country. Break engagements!
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".: few weeks with his grandparents. ..

:-. .:..":,' Mr. and Mrs. W._B._Cate."I '1 _-:+ Cancel plans! Rearrange your household affairs! Let nothing keep you; -

>'.". : Mrs. J. W. Moore and daughters, '., : ''" from ,coming to Hatch's during the next ten days! '
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..;", : :Misses Mary, Louise and Florine,
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spent Easter with friends in -
Fort 1

_- Myers. :::,''f'F: < ,, '; ';: ,

Mrs. Iva Burnham of New York
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City is making an indefinite visit .
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with her sister, Mrs. J. F. Tippey and
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Mr. Tippey ; WISE BE HER SAVE CASH !! -
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Mrs. Ceclle Brooks, Mrs. Carr Settle I ; ,

Mrs. Marguerite Weeks, Miss ,
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1. Dorothy Yoder and Richard Yoder I M ;.. ,;::
No C. O. D.'s Mail Phone Orders.
of Moore Haven were visitors hero or I .',. .1
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Sunday. '
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Mrs. A. B. Hunt and Mrs. J. B.

Baigrie, mother and grandmother of '
Mrs. B. E. Herring have returned to I Except a very few Items :on .which tk.

Fort Myers after spending a delight- 1. manufacturers not allow a reduction.

ful Easter in Clewiston as.guests in>
the Herring home. .
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H OAR'E "Quotations"v


BRIGHT STAR For all the-cruelty-and stupidityin O" I
: DAY
,. the world today man has not
done so badly in so Brief a period.-

Henry Morgenthau.There .
DR. JAMES W. BARTON
can be no for
i permanence
T.lks About V a nation whose people have only a

: S .: : :By i ; MARY SCHUMANN .-:.... Treatment oi Overweight. J.selfish I'ershing.interest in its welfare..-John

\1' r HEN insurance figures definitely The people today no longer get

show that in North America their excitement from reading po-,

pNF about two in every five of the 'try-they get it from machines going
..Copyright by Macrae Smith Co. WNU Service adult population are overweight and fast.-John Ma. efield.

that overweight is a handicap to The old-frfshioned boyhood idealsare

CHAPTER Continued she inquired as she, raised her appointed in him--he didn't act the good health. it is only natural that what will keep this country going.
I head. way I expected: when you found trying to prevent and reduce the .-Franklin D. Roosetell.

-21-" In spite of himself the sight of out. But when Joan went off the overweight condition should be a It is vain to trust in wrong; as
"Oh'', Mother he sighed. His eyes her flushed cheeks, her strange deep end-nothing seemed to stand' matter of vital importance: to a : much of evil, so much of loss, is the
were tearless, but the aching pain: pat formula of human Theo
shining eyes, sent a tremor throughhis in his way then. g1 number of'people. history.-
released. Her arms folded dore
Parker.'Happy
was .
blood. He rested his arm on "Except me. Practically every
him her cheek lay againsthis "
around ; the mantel. "I had a profitableone. Her "yes" was small, almost in- overweight knows i
hair; they were close in that
." audible. that the proper or

mystic bond of mother" and son. She cogitated this. "Meaning Curling bronze hair, white skin, .h scientific way to re-

"It's hard, Hugh -?. lovely face, he must look his last duce weight is to Bluebirds'
"I'm glad you know. He groped "What I said." upon them. Even desire was for- i eat less food and do
to his feet, stood by the mantel."Don't "' Motifs for Linens
S "Very well-if you wish to be bidden. The hate which surgedup more work. This
much I haveto
too
grieve enigmatic!" Cruel pin -points in him at her shallowness was .y simple method
get myself together-me t it. It danced in her eyes. "Are you go- almost as great as his desire. gives in return for

has' happened to quite a few others" ing to ask me .if I had a profitabletime Something rose in his throat which is ice the fat l lost real

.. they've lived through it. while you were away?" made it difficult to speak. He healthy or vigorous

"It isn't hopeless? Tell me aboutit "I took it for granted." swallowed."No u muscle tissue which

for while and silent 1 saw it you wasn't getting until She shrugged. Then said: "The need to prolong this, is 44 not only gives I !>

haggard house is cold; you'd better build a there?" Dr. Barton strength of body but x
this week that Irealizedt'
Dorrie came fire if we're going to stay here." She started. "You're going?" actually i invites '

Under his steady gaze her eyes "You won't be afraid to stay work or exercise thus giving fur-
"Did she of it?
speak ther
dropped."I alone tonight? strength.
She shook her head.. "I only knew
is I met must have a talk with you," She gave a gesture of dissent. However, those of forma weight H;
something very wrong. he. said slowly. ecru be at Mother's. After you cannot grasp what cutting down iUr
.', Lizzie Pendleton this weeK in a
if,:' department store. She said, 'Too They went into the sun room apply you'd better go away a bit or. food :&lid performing: more work

,' Ir'T with its wicker furniture. Form- -not far ." It was on his means to the overweight individual.He .
bad about Hugh and Dorrie. ,
: to "near for himto has bee *glven this desire w
tongue enough grea -
; asked her what she meant, and she say
'

:, gave me an odd look, and said she 1111 li & from see other you entanglements occasionally-keep' but him he point for he, has food been and given up to this a certain dislikefor

supposed I knew-and swept away '
1111111 checked it. He turned and left work or exercise.
> I pieced it together. ;
the
He began to pace the room. Then 1- room. Time to Try Other Methods. Pattern 1315

!I-- he told her the story, or as little However, food can only be reduced Bluebirds for
'I : Hugh went back to his mother'shouse are happiness-so
as he could, minimizing, suppress- to a certain and '
point, only for a
the legend. This
runs
--: to live, occupied his old room dainty pat
ing, scanting details. "I suppose certain length of time. When the
tern in 10-to-the-inch will
in the south He crosses
" corner. spent some
you wouldn't.have But to know situations-1 hoped like this you 1gipiiri evenings at his club, playing cards, time arrives when no more weightis add a cheery touch indeed to your
( being lost and the individual is
,
never stand still. To go back to others reading in the company of towels, pillow cases, scarfs or
eating just the amount of food that
his cloths. Do these simple motifs in
where were" he shook his mother, or in long rambles.
; we -
is Margery and Will were unobtrusively should be eaten if he were of nor- natural color, or two shades of
heads impossible. Something
:. mal weight for his build then if
color. Pattern 1315 contains
: sympathetic when he met one a
killed destroyed.
.
c
he is still a number of pounds over- transfer of two motifs
His mother's were filled them; Kezia was crassly exultant. pattern 5V4

r' with tears; she looked eyes suddenly old "What 'a relief!..., We can have weight he would be justified in ask- by 12V4 inches; two motifs 6 by

and white her vitality borne away sage in our chicken dressing now!" ing his, physician about the use 13A inches and two motifs 5% by
,
lift { fiAVA b'A
k'r. by her deep suffering for him. ; Ill Dorrie had disliked sage. But if of thyroid, pituitary or other: gland 7 inches; and four motifs 3Vs by 5%

The telephone rang in the closet Kezia saw Hugh's annoyed look extract, or perhaps the new drug inches; color suggestions; illustrations -

! under the stairs and they heard when the radio moaned out a love dinitrophenol.Drs. of all stitches needed; mate-
II 71Ill it off and Leona M. Bayjr and H. rial requirements..
Kezia scramble to answer it. Her song, she usually shut
v'" oment by, "You won't be home? ItI1 dialed a different station. She madean Gray, in the American Journal of Send 15 cents in stamps or coins

Yes, cars have a way of get- Ilir.'lL l I Ii Il ON. effort to be more thoughtful of Medical Science, report the methods (coins preferred) for this patternto

;" ting out of commission at times! wuytiXj ii hei mother in his presence, evi- used in 106 unselected overweight The Sewing Circle Needlecraft

'" I'll tell your husband not to dently wishing his approval. Onceor patients treated in an outpatientclinic. Dept., 82 Eighth Ave., New York' ,

expect you Here? Of course twice she tried to discuss Jerry "One' hundred were treatedby N. Y.

he's here-got in an hour ago." with him. diet alone at first. Th ;n 51 were Write plainly your name' ad-

She appeared at the library door "Why do you give Jerry a mere given thyroid treatment and 23 dress and pattern number.

then. "Hugh, the telephone" She nod when you come in? You could dinitrophenol. Better weight losses

lingered a moment, caught, ..by the I oe civil-say a few sentences now would have been achieved if the pa- Keep your body free of accumulated -
gravity of their faces. "It's Dor Jrr' ;: and then. I tell him that it's just tients had cut down more con- waste, take Dr. Pierce's Pleas-

rie," she whispered.Hugh "" "S. your way-one of those big, silent scientiously on their food but of ant Pellets 60 Pellets 30 cents.Adv.

took up the receiver. "Hello "Ves, Dome, I'm Through." business men with the reconstruction course, when the patients only report -
Hugh she began with hesita- once a' week or once a month Knows the Value
ally Hugh drew up a chair for her, of the nation on your shouldersbut
tion. "I didn't think you'd be home brought her coat and laid it I wish you'd be. decent." this is to be expected The results He who knows most ,grieves
until tomorrow. accomplished show that diet alone most for wasted time.-Dante.
around her shoulders. He toucheda "It's no go sis. I don't like
"You didn't?" match to the asbestosbackedgrate him." will take off an average of 15 pounds

"No, I didn't," her voice strength- adjusted the flame. Then "How can you say that? Youdon't in less than three and one-half

ened ain had a whip of defiance in stood in silence. Dorrie looKed in- Know him." She was ag months. When dieting fails to get

it. "Anyhow I'm fat the Lawrences, to the fire; her white hands were grieved.He results, either thyroid.eXtract. or
and they find they have a flat dinitrophenol to be effective SEE THIS CROSSIT'S
appears -
clasped around her knee. She lift- rattled his paper as a signal :
tire, wanted me to stay all night in causing "a further loss in
ed her creamy eyelids. "Going to that he wanted her to take herself
.. But if you're home I'll send PROTECTION15c
FOR YOUR
weight.
tell me you're through? she asked. from the arm of his chair so that
for a taxicab. "Yes, Dorrie, I'm througl-: he might read.ell think I do." When there was no loss shown fora

"Shall I come for you? He thought she trembled 'a little, Their eyes met and a 'thwarted whole month the patient continued 15C FOR 12
"No need of it. It's
way across" and the discernment that she was look crossed her face. She flouncedoff for one more month on the tlc3
town. I'll be along in half an hour. reduced diet. If the end of this 2 FULL DOZEN
in need of pity, even as he, battled his chair with: "You'll all at PG
"Very well, said Hugh grimly, time two whole 'months there had 25c
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with his resolution. He stood watch- drive me to something one of AND GET *
"but don't come here. Go to our
house." ing her eyelashes flicker over her these days! No one takes me' been no loss of weight then thyroid E.;;-
own cheeks as she looked down. seriously!" extract was given as long as the GENUINEHALER

He began to gather up his things. "Hugh, you'll make it easy for A few nights later he was sitting patient continued to lose weight.
"I'll take if ASPIRINPersonality
clon't mind.your" car. Mother. you me?" by the dying fire in the living-room, 'When the weight remained the .

"Certainly." leaning forward, staring at the em- same then dinitrophenol was used
Kezia hovered
over him in excited -
She relaxed in her chair <* trifle. bers, when she came in a little' 'until there was no further loss; at
solicitude "I'll drive
you i .'It's one of those things whichcan't after twelve.TO which time it was felt that the
over. Hughie Come," Jerry, help be helped. At first I was dis ( BE CONTINUED) limit of the reduction in weight had Plus
me get the car out. She paidno I been reached.It The very best "personality" is

attention, to his protestationsthat I' to be sincere.
was found that when 20 poundshad
he drive himself, but hurried S
been lost by diet alone, another
away with Jerry following. Maine Sale Recalls Timber "Kings" of
5 or 6 pounds could be 'tak- FOR BURNS
Soon Kezia sounded
a summon-
Old Who Fortunes in AuctionsThe ,en off by the use of thyroid extractor 1\.1
ing horn from the ,driveway, Hugh Acquired dinitrophenol. rW OR@fL '
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put down his burdens. in a corner .
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of the hall. "I'm but WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
going SNOW
f' sale by auction in Bangor recently against one another, bought up Itching Pruritis.It .
I'll be back in a little while. I'm
only going to talk to her." of 46,000 acres of timberlandat square miles as cheap as 12J/fe cents has been truly said that "all f

He strode out the door. He wavedto 50 cents to $2.35 per acre and a I an acre. No small buyer had a the world itches, but for different WNU-7 13-37
total of $28,468 recalls the time chance because the business "
Kezia in dismissal. "Thankshut was reasons in different persons. Thus
I want to walk." when public sales of parts of the strictly wholesale, a township (23- the very cleanest and the very dir

state's forest domain were held at 000 acres) or half a township, but tiest individuals itch; those who

CHAPTER XI :stated intervals or at such timesas no less in a parcel. .perspire too much or not enough,

the treasury needed money, notesa After the state took what it could itch; those who are big eaters and

Bangor correspondent in the New get, the forest "empire" was dismembered those who are small eaters, itch.
The walks littered with
were York Times. and the "timber kings" Itching, or pruritis as it is called
leaves that scuffed under Hugh's
When, in 1820 Maine was divorced were enthroned in easy chairs from by physicians, when it exists for any I
feet. His shadow lengthened i as
from Massachusetts her alimony which they took, tribute from log length of time has usually been referred -
he passed under one arc light
shortened as he approached the consisted chiefly of what or- gers in "stumpage" fees ranging to a skin specialist. How HEARTBURN?

light at the next corner He ators and writers were fond of describing from $1.25 to $5 a thousand feet. ever itching can be a symptom of i Its surprising how many have heart

walked slowly took, the long way as "an empire of pine and For years the long-log cut in the so many ailments that is is really burn. Hurried eating, overeating, heavy

round that he Dorrie spruce," "an inexhaustible treasury states was about a billion feet a year the work of the family physician, I
might lead
give all
home for of virgin forest," "the people's pa- and Bangor was ,\"e of the-world's according to an article by Lord smoking: excessive drinking to
time to get : Cun to
away; time for her to rehearse her get trimony" and so on, the grandilo- largest lumber markets. The Horder in the British Lancet.He heartburn. When it comes, heed the

story for the last time. *'nd he quence justified by the facts. "kings" became millionaires. mentions among other causesof war ing. Your stomach is on a strike.

must be cool, as he was now, When Maine set up housekeepingfor Except for some pulpwood lots, itching such ailments as diabetes,
viewing the whole thing with bal herself, her forest wealth com- timberlands are now rather a drugon jaundice; leukemia (great increasein

ance. prised, perhaps 20,000.000 acres, all the market there being little the white corpuscles in the blood)

The turmoil which had mounted public property save for existing demand for "stumpage" because and uremia (waste products left

n. him the last hour, and which grants dating from the Revolution long-logging is a thing of the past. in the blood that should have been cjj

had increased when he heard Dor- and the War of 1812.. Then began What with taxes and fire protectioncosts removed by the kidneys).

rie's voice on the wire, &bed the squandering. a man owning 100,000 acres That food and other substances to
away. Grants were made to schools to might be "poor." Many thousandsof which individuals are sensitive can

Dorrie had taken off her hat and railroads and for various other pur acres have been sold for taxes in cause itching is very clearly shownin TAKE MILNESIAS

coat. They were thrown on the poses. But these were mere flea- the past ten years. those' cases where :hives (urti- -
davenport. A plaid scarf with russet bites. The real spending began with caria) and eczema appear after I Milnesia, the original milk of magnesiain

tinges was still around her the auction system, and auctionswer Fewer Insane in Cities. eating foods or coming in contact wafer form, taken after indulgence,

neck. "Hello, Hugh," she said held whenever the state need Middle-sized cities of 2,500 to with certain substances. relieves heartburn. Crunchy and tasty.

briefly. ed money or the politicians said it 100.000 people send fewer mentally Some organic ailments of the
Each wafer 4 teaspoonfuls milk
"Hello, Dorrie." diseased patients to hospitals than nervous system have itching as a equals

She leaned over and tied the laceof did.Under this auction system the villages and farm districts or tb' symptom. of magnesia. 20c,35c & 60c packages.

her shoe. "Have & uice trip?" "timber kings," agreeing not to bid : very bie cities. COPTrl&ht.-WNU Servlc.



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THE CLEWISTbN NEWS. FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1937
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Fortitude Shown by I

Hope of Future '
Refugee Wasn't Sectional ,

I NEVER knew a night so
For three years no water had OUR'COMIC SECTION black:

flowed through the irrigation Light failed to follow in its ,
ditches of a certain rancher, and track.

his fields lay untilled and barren.. I never knew a storm so gray:
The rancher's shallow well was It failed to have its clearing
dry and for several months he had day.

hauled water for his stock and for I never knew such bleak de- ,

household purposes from a neigh- o I Events in the Lives of Little Men spair f
bor's well five miles distant. One I D That there was not a rift some
day without warning a flood where.I r
rushed down out of the foothills .
never knew hour
an so drear, .
and the rancher and family fled wN fN MANHOOD SE5MeD Love could not fill it full of ,
to higher ground for safety. As III
1 ti, cheer! ,
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they stood watching their belong- TAG n I -John Kendrick Bangs.

ings being swept away, the ranchr -
turned to his son John and
There is no failure in '
save
said: "Well, anyway, Johnny, ''
giving up.-C. C. Cameron.
come Saturday night, we can
wash all over.-Kansas City Star.

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tlCV2t! Billie Burke TUlSBEFDPfi/
/ Actress If you store eggs with the small

ends down they will keep better:
*
o Mock Cheese Cake
English
If sirup for hotcakes is heated
l'i cupfuls flour before serving it brings out the
',4 teaspoonful salt
',4 cupful boiling water flavor of the sirup and does not
3,4 cupful butter chill the hotcakes.
>4 cupful butter *

la 1 cupful cupful fresh-grated sugar coconut J :T- A,,thin syrup of sugar and water

2 eggs flavored with almond essence is '
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2 teaspoonfuls cream good to sweeten fruit cup. :0
1 teaspoonful vanilla > '

Make a rich pie paste of the Your doughnuts will have that !
flour, salt, three-quarters cupful of ':;; different flavor if one half stick of :
butter and the boiling water. Roll BEST- r bark of cinnamon and four whole
out, cut in rounds, and line muffin SHOT / 'J' JI cloves are added to the fat used in ,
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tins with it. A 1RCUND/ J I. frying them. -
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cupful of butter, well creamed; Filling for a sponge cake is "

addthesugar well-beaten eggs, w5r f\/ made by creaming three ounces :\.
cream and vanilla. Fold in: the of fresh butter and six ounces of ,

coconut, fill the lined tins, and M/B5/ JUST DOESN'T' sifted icing sugar, adding two ,;J
bake in a moderate oven until a \ SEEM To MOLD! ounces of chopped pineapple and -,-'?'

delicate brown, and they are set. \J 'IDUANy I RED a little pineapple syrup. ;
These may be topped with tcopr Nanr, w, x Ira / t i

whipped cream when they are ---,--- .- __. __ n If a hot cinder ''falls on your "
cool. carpet and damages it; repair it
Copyright,-WXU Service. NOVJ.WHUT BE with wool. Buy skeins of wool to .:
THAT NOTICE '''MEBBE s l -- -' match the colors in your carpet. )

OVER 14R .- = --- WAN 0' TN1M Fill in the damaged part with ''
for WOMEN onlyCARDUI if CAM'T BE A BOMB WARNI
D QUARANTINE A RANSOM e ing the pattern as nearly as pos-
is a special medicine for NOTE'-
the relief of some of the suffering llN SOICsN -- sible. The loops should be tightly
which results from a woman's weak- ] __ packed together and made slightly -
ened condition. It has been foundto i I'' Ii = higher than the pile of your
, make monthly periods less dis- t EI carpet.
agreeable, and, when its use has been i WNU Service.
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kept up awhile has helped many N -
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strength from their food. This medicine :
(pronounced "Card-u-i") has E forWaterq H EADLD

been used<<; and recommended by / (
women for many, many years. Find
out whether it will help you by Y Tr this
giving a fair trial. Of course, if r Ictrni J
not benefited consult a physician
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A Trying PersonHe THE

surely is in want of another's p.w TREATMENT /
patience who has none of his own. I'' WELL-DO Q
.Lavater. F I VA WAMT ME p NDo
to REAPIT I +, b

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: D9Hi't Sleep ,,0

Whe'fJ Gas : RBy q Plq/F % NOSE DROPSFor

Presses Heart
speedy and effective action Dr.Peery'
If you want to really GET RID OF C I ll III ( \ "Dead Shot"has no equal. One dose only
GAS and terrible bloating, don't expectto : iwWri ilav will clean out worms. 50c. All druggists.
do it by Just doctoring your stomach '_
with harsh, irritating alkalies and "gas co III ; Dr Peer 'si.
GAS
tablets. Most Is lodged in the
stomach and upper intestine and is IL I
due to old poisonous matter in the ;, I a
constipated bowels that are loaded
with ill-causing bacteria.If Ted Vermifu e
your constipation is of long standIng .
enormous quantities of dangerous Weights Pill Co.100 Gold 8tre t. N.T.City
bacteria accumulate. Then your digestion O'loughlinWNU
is upset. GAS often presses
heart and lungs, making life miserable.You .
can't eat or sleep. Your head
aches. Your back aches. Your com # A Special Offer of
plexion is sallow and pimply. Your
breath is foul. You are a sick, grouchy, Well Rooted Palmetto Trees
.L i, wretched unhappy person. YOUR LAS IJ I6HT I DREAMED I TH0U6HT Pot WERE WoNDERFi1LLGEl4 2 Ft.Palmettoc 3 for Jl.OO-Postpaid
SYSTEM IS POISONED. 3 Ft.Palmcttocs$1.00 each-3 for 12.00
,... Thousands of sufferers have found In THAT 'iOJJ CsAVEE -roo BAD Po SI WOULDN'Ty0U "Ft.Pamettoc$1.50 each-3 for$3.00
6 Ft.Palraettoei$2.00 each-3 for J5.00
Adler ka the quick, scientific way to TheE IOO To /otJ WOKE- LIKE\ 'METO 3,4,6 Ft.Palmettoea chipped express: pald.
rid their systems of harmful bacteria. up INDEED, I WOULD Special Prices on larger orders '
Adlerika rids you of gas and cleans SPEND A"5 I BEFORE I THIMKI SO yoU CAM PALMETTO NURSERYP
foul poisons out of BOTH upper and "(/Ou SPENT :O.Box 47 Folley Beach,S. C.
lower bowels. Give your bowels a LIKED I THAT I OF KEEP THE $100
I. REAL cleansing with Adlerika. Get F.'A. yoLl ?
rid of GAS. Adlerlka does not gripe
-Druggists.is not habit forming. At all Leading I The Correct Thing

:' Ilfl Copying those who are well-

., r The Burden behaved is never a mistake.
It is easier to dodge responsibility -

than it is to dodge the result. } ,.t GOOD RELIEFof

'constipation by a
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L, _._
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: constipation that they prefer it to
. \ other laxatives and urge theirf riends
... ," IEIt to try it. Black-Draught is made of
the leaves and roots of plants. It
does not disturb digestion but stimu-
ALL RIGHT ILL Give
JtdieveJ.I I BUT I WOULD TEtJ-BuiT I'LL REMEMBER lates the lower bowel so that con-
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< NEURALGIC PAIN I Ii H IsXTRA LIKE /LITTLE ppN'1 WI1H SET REMEMBER EXTRAVdt6AIJTBUY PARTING THANKS: WITH FOR (?)' stipation BLACKDRAUGHTpurely is relieved.


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.A 1 \ ) Always Effective Why suffer?
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PAGE EIGHT .THE, CLEWISTON NEWS, :' ',' FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1037 :
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pays to buy good quality material \

I' and maker curtains., ',Good quality I',
School l Dews V.QOOOQQiii: Ford Emsrs Florida Exhibit i voile, net,, lawn,',organdy, marqusit-::.. r-

? .te, 'theatrical' gauze, 'chintz or crer r
tonne will launder well-and give excellent t

Editor ........-:.....__.Ethel :Willis 'wear.
Ass't: Editor Bernice O'Neal r'Wy( ''. }aBT :ice 'NfiY3? ;x.VNJ-t ",,"1t':.'> ::!/r;q ro9 e/C GH r. li n h: r. N4( s} 6 p

Sports Editor :.__-:LeRoy Hare Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw entertained I'

..: d.isor.......... Miss 'ictoria.Curtts one" table of bridge at her home ,.
Tuesday afternoon the guests boingIrs. ,
\ ."'\'. F. Simpson, lies C.E. Nall !
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\z M ?, .; waNroNY1t and Mrs. Keathley Cowden.
First Grade-- II I -h / s. Sandwiches [
Reading honor roll: Mary Ruth I ; cake and coffee were'served: i
at the refreshment hour and Mrs.
Johnson, Clifford Beatty, Junior J
Ranies,' Canine Berner, Grant Brewer Simpson and: Mrs. Kali: received lovely -

Estelle Richards, Mary Katherine ;linen' handkerchiefs' for, high and. I
low :prizes.
Dyess Iris Ivey, Kim Kolstad ,
and Virginia Turner. t
.... ST. MARGARET'S: CATHOLIC
Spelling honor roll: :Mary Ruth y pSt o J. f may. I CHURCHRev. i l

Johnson, Virginia Turner, Lillian .?k :
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Billie Arnette, Carline Bern-
er Golden, Grant, Brewer, Estelle Richards t 'k t fy ;;'. 1/, Pw'f,. 6 / vwTTZ +w ( Father J. F.V lsh, B. D.,

Ruby Ricks, Kim Kolstad Clifford Pastor.) :
Beatty, Harold Broderick, Dude I' Mass each Sunday at 8:30 a. }:;!. i
except on last
Sunday of month I
Lou EmrIch and Mary '
Smith, Betty -
when mass is at 10:30 a. m. :

Katherine Number Dyess.honor roll: Mary Ruth I : Communion Sunday for the con-

Johnson, Estelle Richards, Kim Kol- gregation is the first Sunday In each ;

stad and Mary Katherine Dyess. month. x

Second Grade- Religious instruction classes for i
all children attending public school i
Spelling honor roll: Gilbert Mc-
immediately after mass on Sundays. I
Jo Anne
Leod, Clarence Styles, .
Crouch, Faith Lou Mitchell, William r r J t.j: rru. d Junior (children's) choir' meets

McCracken, Harriett Alston, Grace Wednesdays 4:30 p. ma. and Saturdays fi. )
Ward, Mary Ellen Smith, 'Mary Lou- 9:30 a. m. at the church. !

ise Thomas, Nancy Wright, June ( 1 Catholic Men's Club meets the,sec
Espenlaub, Sammy Young, Dorothy ond Monday in each month at the

Mitchell, Charles Benbow, Patricia bdrLOAw GL Rectory at 7:30 p. m. I
and.Gene :' >"F'ox'Y'$':+6StYf. .*, 4 1$ '-"':' aY'in .%vSCkr C : : '''','}:M-'i' X
Bailey Ruth Emrich -- The Ladies Altar Society meets
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PICTURED IS the 25,000,000thFord ;+ first Wednesday in each monthat

Third Grade a glistening deluxe Fordor the homes of the, members run-

Spelling honor roll: Shirley Moon, touring sedan, alongside a 1904 Ford f:1.. .. 644JJ ," .r/" ,."n:, ning in alphabetical order at 3:00
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Nora Oglesby, Doris Simmons and Model N, in the Ford Florida Expo ; p. m.

Emily Joyce. sition on palm-limd Biscayne Boulevard Convert instruction class each
Fourth Grade- Miami, at the end of its cross N Friday at 7 p. m.

Spelling honor roll: William Wil- country journey from Dearborn, Mass on First Fridays at 8:00 a.
lis, and Henry Chapman. Mich. The historic Ford is now on m.

Fifth and Sixth' Grade- display at the Ford exhibit 'in the Baptisms by appointment.
Florida winter resort capital, where
Can You Imagine:
Bobby Broadfoot not drawing? thousands view it daily. Special license
plates, each numbered "25,-
Leiter ?
Bernard growing up
000,000"were atta ched in the various
James Brewer not talking?
states through which the car trav- J. W. COUSE
Jqhn Robbins, knowing his lesson?
eled to reach the exposition.:At right. II i
Janie talking out in class? iI
Dr. G. Henry Bradford, Miami's official Counselor and Attorney at Law
Quenton Smith not inventing some- I
host, extends: Miami's official Hopkins BuildingWednesdays
thing?
greeting to the driver, and signs the and
Barbara Broadfoot and Marianne iaturdayst1:30
log. Completion of the 25,000,000th. ynR'd N.N.
Jones not arguing? } to 4:00
The' fifth and sixth grades enjoyed Ford several weeks ago representedthe ':. /'an/t f .''. ,5 ,
manufacture, over the previous y;
Easter hunt Thursday after-
.in egg thirty-three and a half years, of :
L. B.
treated'them to Merslion
noon.Miss Congdon
more motor vehicles than are regis
ice cream before the hunt. tered for
operation today all over AGENT
Seventh Grade-.
the United States.
The seventh grade gave Miss Snella New York: Life
surprise Easter party last Thurs-
day. Cake, candy, cookies and ice Insurance CompanyARCADIA

cream were served. and J. .H.: JDoty, bass, and Christine corated, St. Cecilia medal for music'was' ,i( been so fortunate.But FLORIDA

Eighth; Grade- Doty, pianist. presented each member of the. community canning centersare

Monday night members of the The choir repeated the cantata Junior Choir. not the only attractive 'canning

eighth grade had ,a weiner roast on Sunday evening at the Baptist Father Walsh, pastor of St. Mar- kitchens to be found in rural com- NORGE REFRIGERATORSFurniture

the levee.* Miss 'Curtis, their English Church in LaBelle. i garet's, wished the paper to expresshis munities of Florida. Many individual and Home Furnishings

teacher, was the chaperone. The refreshments thanks to the many who by their home demonstration women have PHILCO RADIOS

were weiners, bread MRS. HALL AND MRS. PAFFORD cooperation during Holy Week and well screened, attractive,. convenient,

Pickles, cold drinks and marshmal-, HOSTESSES AT LADIES AID on Sunday helped make this occasionan well equipped cannin j kitchens on Household FurnishingsInc.

lows. outstanding one in the history of their own places. They use them to

1)iclou know that:- The Ladies Aid met for its March the Catholic Church in the Ever- fullest advantage, too. And their .

Ed ,Clark and Mildred were conceited meeting Thursday afternoon at the glades. families benefit thereby. BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA,

? home of Mrs. H. R. Hall with Mrs. I. With a wealth of fruits and veg-
Jack Moorman and Bernice Guth- M. Pafford assisting hostess. Mrs.
etables and other products availableon
rie Wilfred .N.:N N:N:N:N..N N H N N M..:N:N M:N:N:N:N:N:N:N)
were good looking? Lockhart s retiring presidentwas the farm, and a little planning

Leroy Hare and Christine Bell presented with a gift of a tray as ,RURAL CO3DION SENSE ahead to insure a supply, farm women -

were popular? a token of appreciation for. her work By 'Spuds Johnson fill their pantries with a wide
Bill Owen and Gladys Willis were during the past year. variety of wholesome foods in canr ZfZH11:

intelligent? Dr. D. J. Williams installed the .:N N:N:N:N..M..:N:N N:N:H N N N N:N:M:N:N:N NON N 1 ',and jars. Many of them not only sup-I .fi.OJUDA

Owen Winn and Martha Nell Als- new officers Mrs. E. C. Mills, president PRODUCTS ply the needs of their immediate families -,

ton had personality? Mrs. J. E.: Beardsley, vice pres: HOME CANNED but have some to sell, thus obtaining -r
HEALTH CASH TO
BRING
Ed Clark and Ethel Willis are to ident, Mrs. R. N. Smith, secretary, needed cash for purchasing!
be the royalites for May Day? and Mrs.- 'W. F.: Simpson, treasurer. FLORIDA FARM FAMILIES schoool supplies for the children and m WW

These were elected by vote of the Following the transaction of regu- Canning 'has gained widespread clothes 'for the family, and improv- Wglfi

school body. lar business, yearly reports were giv-I impetus throughout Florida in recent -I ing the home. Not infrequently need- Qi1
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The school annual is coming along en by the committee chairman and,' years. Surplus products of field, ed medical attention is procured with

nicely.. The photographer visited the Mrs. I. D. Leydig conducted a devo- garden and orchard have been pre-I the proceeds received from canned

school this week. tional service. Plans for the newrear's served for future use that the farm and preserved products, so that A 9sihi

: work were discussed and com- family might' have an adequate food these products contribute to the I
EASTER. MUSIC ATCOMMUNITY mittee chairmen were appointed by supply without the necessity of pur- health of the family in two ways. m lbJfljJ

,- CHURCH the new president. chasing an extremely high propor- I &J III

,The- 'choirof Cookies tion of it.Living . . . . . . 4Vi
and fruit
" the Community juice were serv- ,1.iiNNN NINNININ N N NIN N Y.IN M NN N/N:N/NI.-1 I
Church"presented the Easter cantata ed by the hostess to Mrs. J. G. 'Nib- at home is called the backbone -,. ,.'
HINTS TO
"Crucifixion",' by John Stainer, a lack, Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart, Mrs. E. of home demonstration work HOUSEWIVES e
from Home
DemonstrationS
meditation on the sacred passion of C. Mills, Mrs. .R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. and canning is an important item In Weekly

the Holy Redeemer with words arranged W.' B. Cate, Mrs. D. J.,Williams, Mrs. the live-at-home program. In' general Tall.ihasseeWELLDRESSED

}, by Rev. W1. J. SparrowSimpson Olin Carleton, Mrs.: E. A. Houser farming areas many women see
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; at the Easter morning servicesat Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. R. N. that 'sufficient garden crops are

, the Community Church. An af Smith, Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mrs. B. E. planted to produce a surplus for can WINDOWSGone I

terpiece from Forrison's "King of i Herring, Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. I. D., ning, while in the trucking areas after -
Glory" telling the story of' the resurrection -i Leydig and Miss Dorothy Lockhart. the marketing season has passed with the windows of yester- Stop at thfjioteljteieta

followed immediately after often bushels of truck crops form- year are old-fashioned curtains with

,-'' the cantata. IMPRESSIVE EASTER SERVICES erly'' went to waste. Much of these ; fancy loops and heavy fringe. Bu :

: Immediately preceding the church ; AT ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH are now canned and home gardens even though styles in window cur-

I services the ceremony of infant baptism are receiving, greater attention in I taining may change, the principles

' ........ was conducted by Dr. D. Jenkins As anticipated the largest ,, the truck growing areas. remain the same. 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUE
: Williams. gation ever to assemble in cOlIgre-1 For years canning centers have Figured wallpaper calls for plain

r. The church was beautifully deco- garet's Catholic Church in been opened in some Florida counties curtains and figured curtains for All Outside Rooms With

\ rated for the Easter services and was obviously impressed by the beauty the home demonstration group plain walls. Curtain fabrics with Private Bath

was filled with an appreciative con- and significance of the ceremonies having obtained the interest of some small designs are suitable for small

r: gregation. incidental to the Feast of the Resur- volunteer or other welfare leagues. rooms with small windows. Large COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
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The Crucifixion is the same cantata rection on last Sunday. However, in 1934 and 1935, with a rooms with large windows call 'for I '

f ,which the choir gave last year, The Gregorian "Missajde Angelis" Federal: Emergency Relief programin larger designs. The larje, formal pat- Overlooking Biscayne Bay

[(!- but there were changes in arrange II rendition by the children's. choir was effect, county and community can- terns often seen in damasks are for Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and
: ment. As originally written the solo I particularly creditable as was the ning centers have been establishedon spacious, formal- rooms. Chintz or

_-.. parts were all for men's voices, but offertory hymn, "Regina Coeli" pe- a much wider scale. Home demon-: cretonne curtains create: a friendly Business Section.
last year two women's voices were culiar to Easter Sunday. stration agents and leaders have rather than a formal atmosphere.

i : given a portion of these parts This n I During the High Mass seventeen given assistance, as have numerous' The' character of, a room usually RATES

r. year the original arrangement was boys and girls made their first cora1 other interested individuals. decides the type of curtains. For example .

.: tenor followed with Francis M. Wright, ': mUllion and presented a beautiful With careful supervision, sanitation -I lustrous satin draperies arc $1.50 Single .. iJ
and Robert N. ,
Smith, Baritone -'' setting as they knelt--all in white is maintained, cleanliness is not used in a rough-plastered room,
soloists. I Double
Members before the altar which was a solid i required, and attractive products are i i I with a huge stone fireplace, beamed $2.50
the choir are James mass of white Easter lilies and gla- preserved. These are a great aid to 1! ceiling, and casement windows. Cur-
E. Beardsley, director, Hazel Prew- dioli and decorated I I i I'I -Special Family, Weekly &
'; artistically by both farm and urban families in' tains for a room of his kind are I
itt,' Mary Markette, Irma Smith, Jean the members of the Altar Society. furnishing adequate, well balanced 1 i usually made of rough-textured fabrics Monthly nJ es

Lola Herring Robbins, sopranos, Mar;on Leydig, Between Mass and Benediction of diets. In this way many families have such as crash, ]homespuns, or S. D. McCREARY Proprietor
altos
C. E. Robbins. ..the Blessed Sacrament which closed been enabled to obtain proper foods burlap.If .
r F. M. Wright. tenors, R. N. Smith.the ,services of the day a nearly de- when otherwise "
they might not have you. have. the time. .,. it usually -
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