The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 9, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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I Dr. Williams' Farewell 26TH LEGISLATURE Stewart Is ChairmanOf

Service' Here SundayDr. Banking Committee 1.


D. J. Williams will preach his l Elbert L. Stewart, Hendry county

WITH! FESTIVITIES list sermon as minister of the Corn IN OPENING SESSION representative, was honored by SUGAR RESTRICTIONWOULD

| iiuuiily Church Sunday evening, and Speaker W. McL. Christie with ap-

.-- j a special service has been arranged pointment to the chairmanship of
FIELD EVENTS, 1'jARBECUE) AND ECONOMY the important banks and loans com-
OF" MILL HERE I Williams is a valued member, designated I PRINCIPAL PLANKS mittee of the House of Representatives THIS SECTION

the night "Kiwanis night" at --- for the present session. --

Plans for the annual harvest fes- the church and members and their I Tallahassee, April 7 (FNS')..- Mr. Stewart is cashier of the First Following the devastating rain of

tival ,of the United States Sugar, wives will attend in a body. Governor Fred Cone thundered the Bank of Clewiston and is ably fitted ,Monday: a group of prominent farmers -

Corporation to be held next Wednesday I I' The choir will render four special I cry'of economy in government, ano for the duties 'of chairman of this I of the Everglades area appealed
and Thursday have been com- numbers, prepared for the occasion.I urged members of the 26th Florida II 'I to President Roosevelt to lift the re-

pleted by: M. E. VonMch and other'.Prelude-The Lord Is In ,His Holy legislature to carry out prinicpal committee. He Is a veteran legislator, strictionon sugar production in tho

members of the committee in charge. Temple-Male Quartette. planks of the platform on which he having served two terms, previously area, so that all farmers may have

The celebration this year will follow Open: Our Eyes.-Chorale-McFar- was swept into office when he deliv He was representative in 1931 and I: an opportunity to place a portion of

the general plan used in previous lr.nd. -by the choir. ered his biennial address to a joint again in 1935. their lands in cultivation of a stable

years, with the barbecue and field any Redeemer and My Lord-Dudley session of the senate and house Mr. and Mrs. Stewart left Sunday crop that withstands every weather
day events in the various plantations Buck--solo, R. N. Smith. I members 'as the highlight of opening Tallahassee condition which the area is subjected. -
Honor-Rachminoff-by morning for where they
Glory and
preceding by; one day the sugar house day of the assembly. I .
celebration. j the choir. Governor Cone, in his first appear have taken a house for the duration'of Under the present restrictions the
o I 'Dr. Williams will leave the first I the session. Mrs. Stewart expectsto cannot its produc-
area expand sugar
I Istate's
Present indications are that the ance before the legislature as the Clewiston
cf the week for Tarpon Springs to return to about the 15thof The
tion. sugar' cane now being
'will in the chief executive, consistentlycalled
harvest be completed
attend the, meeting of the Presbytery.He the month and remain here, grown in the territory is successfully -
for lowered governmental I
fields on Sunday, the 11th. Subse-
will go from there to his home through the commencement exercises harvested following rainstorms,
costs, urged allocation of _
quent days will permit transportation proper
of the local school, her nephew.
Doutaian, Wisconsin. ,His resignation the
and unprecedented
droughts even -
funds for payment of old
and manufacture of sugar to be age pen-
which tendered a few Jack Moorman being a member of
was freeze two winters
sions and school costs, and took a ago.
completed before the closing cele-
veeks accepted with the graduating class. I
was deep
ago The telegram sent to President
bration occurs. flatfooted stand in opposition to "ad-!
: reluctance by; the ..church.DAMAGE. ditional taxes of kind." ; I Roosevelt was also sent for inform-
The field barbecues at the several any I
ation to other officials including:
plantations will occur on Wednesday He urged the legislature carefully '
FLA. DELEGATES UU Henry A. Wallace, secretary of agriculture ; -
and will consist of a morning to consider:

program of field events followed liy; CROP HERE 1. Lowering the budget to balance: .Flor-
Claude Pepper, Senator from
,a neon-day barbecue and afternoon taxes instead of raising taxes to bal- NOT AGREE ON CANALVashington
of final competitions and the !
program ance budget.
LESS THAN ANY AREA C. O. Andrews, Senator from. Flor-
baseball games at Townsite and at 2. $5.00 license tags for all pleasure ida,

Azucar for winners in the Eastern used automobiles. \ D. C., April 8 (FNS) J. Mark Wilcox, Congressmanfrom
and Western divisions. Cash prizes -- 3. Suitable old
age -The favorable report of Army En- Florida,
will be given in each plantation during Although hard hit by the severe 4. "Real money" for schools instead gineers and recommendation of Maj. I J. Hardin Peterson, Congressman.The .
the morning for winners of the iiinstoims Monday crops in the of leaving the schools to depend -
Edward M. Markham that the Flor- following is .the telegram:
100 yard dash for men, 50 yard dash Clcwistcn area appear to have suf- upon any class of taxes that i ida cross-state ship canal be con-
fered los than in any section of the BELLE GLADE FLA APRIL 7, 1937
for and 50 dash
girls women, yard might not be suitable or sufficientto structed at a cost, of $197,921,000
for boys under 12, and horseshoe Everglades. Approximately 60% of finance our school system. HON. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT,
brought varied reactions from mem-
and other contests. he crops in the area from Lake Harbor WASHINGTON, D. C.
pitching, dancing 5. Economy in'all branches of our bers of the Florida delegation in thenation's
Barbecued beef and pork, supple- on the east to Liberty' Point on state government. STORMS AND THE CUBAN TREA-

mented by other food will be served i 1 I the north were lost, while the rest 6. Opposition ,to additional taxesof capitol. TY HAVE ALMOST RUINED
free at noon to all laborers and their of the Lake section estimates a 90% any kind. Informed of the Army chief's ap- THE WINTER VEGETABLE GROWERS -
proval, Senator Claude Pepper said STOP
families. In the afternoon at Town-, To those familiar with the Cone
that ,he was "grateful indeed to METHODS DEVELOPED AFTER
sits athletic field near the new boxing In the, Clewiston area there is campaign speeches, the recommendations -
learn that the Chief of Army Engineers EXTENSIVE RESEARCH HAVE .
arena the winners from each probably not more than 400 acres had a familiar ring, but the
after having made a very PRESERVED THE SUGAR CANE
camp will compete in the finals with remaining of a 1200 acre planting of governor went further.
thorough and exhaustive study, has CROPS OF THE AREA STOP IF
the program beginning at 2 p. \\. tomatoes. Beans suffered less than Speaking for the rostrum in, the
recommended the completion of the
arid concluding with a baseball game tomatoes. From Lake Harbor to jammed house chamber, he declared
Florida ship canal. This report I HAD NOT BEEN SEVERELY RE-
between Townsite and Benbow South Bay 'week's
the previous rain t that "if our state is to grow and feel pos-I
t brings Florida challenging STRICTED MANY FARMERS
teams. At Azucar the afternoon had
pro caused great damage to crops I prosper it must be relieved of some "
", gram will consist of continuation of ,and this week ruined about half 'of.I; of these tax burdens, for no tax-rid ,sibilities.. I WOULD HAVE HAD PART OF
field events, and a baseball game 'between the acreage' that had survived the den, debt burdened'country'on'-earth Senator A drews' .statedr"'lf 'the l THEIR ACREAGE IN SUGAR-CANE

Azucar and South Bay. first rain. The damage increased all can ever remain prosperous."All report is complete as to its economic I I STOP THIS VISITATION OF NATURE -

Athletic grounds are' being prepared the way around the Lake' to Canal I selfish, personal and political feasibility and also regarding its I IS FINAL PROOF THAT LIMITATION -

for the event in each plantation. Point and the consensus of opinionof consideration must be cast aside," effect upon the underground water OF SUGAR PRODUCTIONIN
supply of the ,southern. half of the FLORIDA IS UNSOUND STOP
Guessing contests on the number of fertilizer men, brokers and .farmers -i he declared.

the last bag of sugar which goes was that,, the loss was ,,,90% of; The state's income he continued' state, it should merit the, interest and I SUGAR INTERESTS HERE MOST
through ,the sugar house this season the crops, and judged by prices at I I taking into consideration the increase attention of Congress. IN
are now in progress with a cash which, the vegetables were selling at' of the income of the last two Terming the project "the most im PROVED BY THEIR CO--

award to be given the winner in each the time of the rain the loss mount | years and the prospective income for portant public improvement before' OPERATION IN PAST STOP UNRESTRICTED -

camp after the final grinding. toward the three million dollar fig-i I the year, 1937, will increase in an the,' American people today," Congressman FLORIDA SUGAR PRO-

Thursday night at the sugar housein ure. [ amount sufficient to'care for all departments -: Lex Green contended: "Its:,I DUCTION WILL PREVENT OCCUR-

Clewiston will occur the barbecue,, Farmers in this section who thus of the government includ- completion would carry: more bene- RENCES SUCH AS NOW! EXPERI-

(Continued on Page S) far have crops that have survivedare 1 ing the' so-called Social Security old fits than" any other public improve- ENCED STOP WITH YOUR BOARD "

E. L. Stewart, C. M. Allen, L. L. I (Continued on Page 1i \) ment. (Continued on Page 8)
C. of Receives First Lowe and Tom Geiger. Near Bare Rep. J. Hardin Peterson, an opponent

Beach, Sam Neal, J. E., Beardsley, of the project, stated that a
i Board Approves Alston Attends St. PeteComm'rs
Shipment of FoldersThe Joe Jones, Ernest, Burkette; near study of the complete report would

Lake Harbor, Clarence Lee, G. B. Mc- shew that the entire engineer's staff
Return of Local Teachers ,
first of a shipment of 20,000 DuffieV.. S. Bowden, A. L. Lee, J. I did not concur with General Markham -

colored folders descriptive of .Clew : D. Hemphill, Melvin Wilder, O. W. and contended that the report
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iston have been received the Clew- Manning, Joe Lee for elation to ---
by Wood, Bill Bolton gave no cause proponents
All present members of the. Clew- Dave G. Alston, chairman of the
iston Chamber of Commerce for dis and Bob Crouch. Near Bean City is of the project.
iston school faculty were'recommended Hendry county board of county commissioners -
tribution. The folder is largely pictorial some fine acreages; Arthur Wells Rep. Joe Hendricks said, "The fact fromSt.
returned Sunday
and consists of four pages of having 300 acres of beans, Roy Hud-': for re-election by. the district that the Florida, cross-state canal Petersburg, where he attendedthe

three panels each. The cover is at- son with about the same acreage is 'board of trustees and :were approved has now received the strongest en- state convention of commissioners. -

tractively done in several colors froman picking three to four 'cars daily and 'by the county school board at its dorsement from the army engineers, Mr. Alston reports an attendanceof
original design by Carmel Wilson, Bob Creech saved about half
of his : regular meeting in LaBelle on Sat- makes certain that this project will more than 250 commissioners from

and shows a map of Florida givingthe (Continued on 'Page 8) urday. (Continued on Page S ) Florida's 67 counties, and states that
location of Clewiston. The deco- I .
rative panels depict Seminole, Indi- B. E. Herring, Matthew Morrison: the convention was most interestingand

.. an poling his canoe, an expert angler Three Yachts Return I Miss Victoria Curtis, Mrs. AgnesTho'mas ; McDonald Speaks To helpful to those attending.

snaring a tarpon and bathers) on the : Miss Mary Snell, Miss La-. Accompanying Mr. Alston were

sand beneath, a cocoanut palm. In- After Watercade Visit I' vonia Congdon, Miss Lucile Hampton -:Kiwanis On Recreation other' county commissioners, AlI

serts are photographs of the Clewis- Miss Dorothy Craig and Miss Hires, of Fort Denaud and Mark

ton Inn and sailboats on Lake Okee-! -- I' Saundal Watson are the present fac- Poole of LaBelle and W. T. Hull of

chobee. ;, Three yachts spent a 'night in ulty members. There will .be another -I Recreational possibilities in Clew- LaBelle, clerk of the circuit court

, Splendid photographs ,adorn the Clewiston with the watercade which teacher in the Clewiston school, I iston was the topic of the splendid]I for Hendry county.

other pages and'include the Inn, the opened the Caloobahatchee-Okeecho-! I but the trustees have made no recommendations -!I talk made to ;Kiwanians Wednesday:J Among the accomplishments of the

l l Railroad Station, the Catholic and" Lee waterway returned this week on I ,as ,yet for this place. Mrs.I night by Jack McDonald, director of I convention may be listed: The adoption ,.

the Community Churches, the Hop- cheir way back across the state af- J. A. McGehee, A. O. Ward and D. the recreation program of the United -', of a resolution asking the legislature

} kins Building, the School the Golf ter spending two weeks in the gulf I B. Allen are members of the board t States Sugar Corporation. i to strengthen the anti-si'H

r. Course, the Tennis Courts, a field of and' bays; near Fort Myers. The'of trusetees for this district. Mr. McDonald, who is widely experienced -I machine legislation so that Florida

winter vegetables, a field "of cane, yachts included the Anchors Aweigh, Other business transacted by the in recreational work, lauded -I[ sheriffs may sieze the gambling
and harvesting and transportation: with Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Wilson and county board Saturday included the the-Club for its interest in and 1 i vices.

of cane, a herd of cattle, hunting, party of Baltimore, Maryland, I making arrangements for payment work for the Community Playground. The voting for continuance of the

\, fishing and boating scenes, and sew: :-board. Mrs. Edna F. Crady of Fort I of teacher's salaries. A note of approximately The three tennis courts, now completed present system of allocation of gasoline -

eral homes of the, town. There are Myers: made the trip to Clewiston on $4,200.00 was paid at I are specially fine said Mr. McDonald tax funds. The convention requested -

two particularly good views from the this yacht and returned to Fort My :the bank of C1ewisto'n from the $5- as tennis is a year round the legislature to continue

air, one of Clewiston taken from ers by car. Other boats were the 500.00 received from the state teachers -I port in Florida. The playgroundimould the present allocation "without regard -

t above the Palm Beach Highway east!I Ior. PinMar of Macon, Georgia, with Pin- salary fund. An additional $1- bo added to, !said the speaker, to the repayment of the 'investment -

town and giving a real bird's eye'. !kus Happ and ]arty, and the Aiwaof 700 was borrowed to make the pres- who pointed out that there is space mhde in roads by the several

lew of the city from the U. S.Engi- Coral Gables with Wade Lea and ent payment of teachers salaries up for croquet, badminton,' table tennis, counties prior to the enactment of

neer warehouses to the U. S. Sugar inrty aboard.Mr. [ to date. Receipts from the race track and sand box, dart boards, horse the present law".

corporation's research laboratory.The and Mrs. F. M. Exley of 'Savannah -1 fund. are expected to retire the new. I shoe, quoits 'and other games. The The voting to continue the presort

other air, view is of the sugar Georgia came through on note. ;8 I possibility of organizing Learn to system of distribution of race track
j,-, house, and is one of the best views their :yacht the latter part of last All board members, M. E. Von-. Swim classes through the summer) funds.

' .. of this much photographed property. -' week. They were joined in Clewiston 1 Mach, chairman, Mrs. Homer Taylor!I was mentioned, as was the need for The voting to request the legisla-

ny Mr. and Mrs. H. A. IJestor and ( and Roy Messer, county superintendent -i I a summer recreation program. ture for $250,000 annually "for the

Interesting reading matter gives '.r. and Mrs. J. M. Francis for a S. A. Graves and county attorney -!1 II I purpose of providing financial aid
facts and figures of the Clewiston rip to T\rt Myers and return. They Louis O. Gravely, were present at I commun-ity to counties which may send indigent

area, and altogether the leaflet is I ft division Thursday, Mr. and the meeting. 'i iI ton, since' 'there is no proper outlet tuberculosis patients to the state tuberculosis -
I one 01'the most attractive advertising \Tvs. Bfitor accompanying' them as for the desire for social activities. sanitarium for treatnunt.:: '

I: folders and would'be" a credit to '*:r as S uart. RJrs. I., M. Pafford and daughters,I Recreation is the ideal way to obtain The voting for a law which would

t a town several times the". size of:. The Ortona locks were opened the I Anne and Mary Kay, were Saturdayvisitors physical fitness, and the need for. .require applicants for pardons or pa-
, t. Clewiston ". (Continued on Page 8) in Fort Myers. (Continued, on rage 8 ) (Continued on rage 8 ).

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Departed Spirits. GOOD FOR PULLETSOne Chicken Stew

MONICA, CALIF.- Divide a chicken, stew until ten-
failure of medi- Edward W. Pickard der, and remove to hot platter. To

ums to claim the reward offeredby By Western Newspaper Union Aid to Production 'in the stock add one-half cupful of
rice' and dumplings made as follows -
the late Harry Houdini, who Cold Weather.By :

provided a test for proof of No Government Action Yet Beat one egg, 'add one-half cup-

communication with the spirit Supreme Court Upholds on Sitdown Strikes H.lege H.of Alp Agriculture.Extension University Poultryman.of Col- ful of water, pinch of salt, and

world, makes me think of a Three New Deal Acts from his advis- Illinois.-WNU Service. sufficient flour to make a thin bat-

thing that happened at the first THREE New Deal acts of legisla-: UNDER pressure take a public stand con- Relationships between prices for ter; drop by spoonfuls into the
were upheld by the Su- eggs and prices for feed call for stock and cook about ten minutes.If .
held down in the sit-down strike, Presi-
seance ever my court in decisions that in- cerning all the skill that can be used in rice is uncooked it should be
preme after
neck of the woods. dicated that tribunal was becoming dent Roosevelt; from Warm immediately Springs helda poultry feeding on farms. boiled twenty minutes before \
his return
The operator was summoning the I almost liberal enough to suit the conference with Vice President Moist-mash feeding of pullets dur- dumplings are added.

spirits of departed dear ones to administration. Two of them were Garner, Senate Majority Leader. Joe ing cold' months is one aid to pro-
order. A lanky youthout unanimous. The third and most significant Bankhoad and duction. The usual practice of many
m Speaker .
of'the bottoms $; was rendered by five of the i House Majority, Leader Sam Ray- successful poultry producers is to ;

desired to speak justices, with four dissenting. This burn. At its close Senator Robinson moisten some of the regular laying I
in the case of mash with milk. Amounts fed are
with his father. last opinion was given presumably voicing Mr.: Roosevelt's s
Presently, a shad- the Washington state law establishing said never large, only about what the
r and views, : flock will in five ten'minutes.
owy figure appeared < a minimum wage for women "The government cannot initiate eat or
between the cabi- w.. the court reversed ''its position takena action under the circumstances thus Exact hour of day for moist-mash Rub your chest with
in upsetting, similar leg- feeding is probably'immaterial.. 1
net's dark curtains year ago far presented. It is felt that the sit- warmingsoothingPene-
and a voice uttered islation passed by the New York strike situation in a general However, the one thing to keep in tro at bedtime. Helps ,
muffled sounds. legislature. Justice'Owen J. Roberts down is improving. mind is that it pays to feed the nature break up congestion I

"Is that you, had swung over to the other side, sense moist-mash 'at a time when not too ,its aromatic vapors !

Paw?" inquired the but Justices Sutherland; Butler, Mc- "There are two conditions under many hens are on the nest. All help open up stuffy nasal I!

seeker. Reynolds and Van Devanter dissented which federal action may be in- birds in the flock should have a j passagesSoldeveiywhere,. I
de- voked in case of acute strike condi- of the mash. -f II I II
chance to
"Yes, son, anIrvin s. cobb from the present judgment get some" PE o MlJrrON55Ue1 I Ii
swered the voice. claring that "the meaning of the tions; namely where federal laws By heating a few pounds of dry i

"Paw, air you in heaven?" Constitution does not change with have been violated or where' federal, wheat bran, taking care not to burn

Seemingly startled, the ghostly apparition the ebb and flow of economic property, including the mails, is in it, cod liver can be added rather

hesitated a moment be- events." This was a slap at the terfered with. easily. This concentrated mixture

fore giving what might be taken majority opinion, which was read "Neither condition has so far aris- may then be included in the mash of

for an affirmative sound. by Chief Justice Hughes.The en. Except in instances where in-, mixture. One quart of oil to each Triumph Principles
demanded upheld the terstate commerce is interfered 100 pounds of mash ,is a common Nothing can bring you peace but
air angel? court unanimously
"Paw an
you can bring you
labor act with, where a federal law is disregarded recommendation.Shelled .
of the railway
the son. provisions peace 'but the triumph of princi-
delay requiring railroads to engage in collective the federal governmentdoes corn and four gallons of
Again an embarrassing bargaining with their em- not, and cannot under the Constitution skim'milk a day for each 100 hens ples.-Emerson. .

then a diffident mumble. ployees for the purpose of settling initiate action." with alfalfa hay fed i in racks would

"A regular angel with wings'and labor disputes. The opinion was read make a fairly good production ration -
everything?" to be supplemented by the A Go@d LaJtative
by Justice Stone and was closely Contrasting Views, of Miss
Once more a low grunt. of the ad- moist-mash.
studied by leaders
,Perkins and GreenSECRETARY The bad feelings and dullness
"Say, Paw," cried the youth, perk- ministration who hoped to glean '' I often attending constipation take
ing up, "whut do you' measure from from it an indication of what the replying to criti- Find Semi-Scald l Method the joy out of life. Try a dose of

tip to tip?" court might decide concerning the Birds' Black-Draught at the first sign of
Wagner labor relations act, now in cism of her views on sit-down Best for Dressing.
constipation and see how much bet-
The act does not strikes by Representative McCormack The semi-scald method as
Wagner prac-
Matrimonial Adventures. of Massachusetts ter it is to check: the trouble before
apply to railway workers. :! '. I ticed by Iowa poultry-producers has .
of the au- him it gets a hold on ;you. Black-
some wrote : \ \
HERETOFORE ; resulted in cleaner, more- appetiz- '
held that the first The decision was handed down in "I think that it is Draught is purely vegetable and is
birds. It is also
ingly dressed
hardest in matri- the case of the Virginian Railway so prompt and reliable. Get' refreshing -
two were the duty secretary :
years '. ... ; claimed that birds so dressed will
monial adventures, but the peak of company and upheld a ruling by di- of labor to'>>{ ...... t keep better. relief from constipation by
Fourth circuit court of appeals
the danger period for married coup- point out the problems t : \ Successful taking purely vegetable
method states
in i ,
les is now set at the sixth year by recting collective the company. to engage purposes and \.. .. : Farming, consists of placing the

Los Angeles' city attorney. On the bargaining."In intentions,. as well .,:A ',' .,* :<.,:j.. bird in water heated to from 125 to

side he runs a bureau for handlingthe considering the propriety of" as the conditions, of .;.tV'",' ";, 129 degrees Fahrenheit: for about

funds assessed for family sup- the equitable relief granted here, the wage earners of '. *%: .:'.' L.i": \':; 30 seconds. For broilers, a temper-
port against separated or delinquent Justice Stone said, "we cannct ignore the United States of :. \ ature of 126 to 127 degrees is sug- Injuring FriendshipHe
So he to know aboutit the judgment of congress, deliberately ":'. : I the ornament .
parents. ought America, so far as ::; : > ; gested, while for heavy hens a temperature takes greatest ...
if anybody does: expressed in legislation these are under't" from friendship, who takes modesty *
of from 128 to. 129 degreesis
I did that where the obstruction of the stood or expressed. Sec'y'Perkins"So I from it.-Cicero.
Well, personally, always best. After being immersed, the
have the theory that no woman company is removed, the meetingof I think it is my duty to say bird should be moved through' the

could stand any man for more than employers and employees at the that careful inquiry indicates that I water till it reaches the 'skin. By
numb. I conference table is a powerful aid the sit-down strikes do not reflect
five years unless she got proper picking and temperatures, A FAMOUS DOCTOR
After that it's just a long-distance to industrial peace. any widespread movement to defy the dressed bird will show 'a complete -

endurance test on her side-and per- "Moreover, the resources of the the law or impair civil governmentor absence of skin blemishes ant :; '';.,: As late a young Dr. R.V.man Pierce the
haps sometimes on both sides. railway labor act are not exhausted change current conceptions of tears. >' practiced medicine in Pa.
if negotiation fails in the first property rights. The objectives are Y"" After moving to Buffalo,
Too high temperature cause
a the
N. Y.,he gave to drug
in the usual objectives of unions in labor "' _
instance to result agreement. trade 70
Senatorial the outer skin to burn off, producingthe ) (nearly years
Shifts. in disputes." R ) Dr. Pierce's Favorite -
If disputes concerning changes scald spots condition often : ago Women
/ Prescription.
no names, a' little bird of rules That the sit-down strike involves Ay "
NAMING rates pay, or working conditions found when the hard-scald method who suffer from"nerves
just from Washington whis- the decision added, are not "grave implications detrimental to is used. Too low ,a temperature will irritability and disturbances discomforts -
associated with functional
pers that one senator, under the in- adjusted, either party could invoke labor's interests" is the view of the not loosen feathers. should try this tonic. It stimulates the appetite -
fluence of alternating psychic wavesor the services of the national (rail- American Federation of Labor as I' and this in turn increases the intake of
the feathers have been
; When food, helping to upbuild the body. Buy howl I
has shifted stated President William Green.
something already mediation board. by
way) picked the carcass can be placedin Tabs.'Soc liquid $1.00 and $1.35.
three times on the plan to make This for two reasons:
I The Supreme court also upheldthe cold water for 15 to 20 minutes.
the Supreme court over. First he constitutionality of the new "First, public opinion will not sup- The cold water will help remove

was against it, then for it, then Frazier Lemke farm mortgage port sit-down strikes. That means some of the body heat and also Govern Your Thoughts'Tis

against it again, and is now threat- moratorium act. The decision, read labor loses public support when any improve the' keeping quality. in thy power to think as

ening to change once more. They'llbe by Justice Louis D. Brandeis, whose part of it engages in sit-down thou wilt.-Walter Pater.,

taking bets on him at Lloyd's opinion condemned the earlier Fra- strikes. Without such support or- "Hen
next. labor cannot win strikes Language"A
zier-Lemke act, was unanimous. ganized or
Once in a while we get a states- establish ,and maintain itself as a "hen language" of nine

man who reminds you of a hunkof Compromise Is Urged on vital force in the economic and industrial "words," all essential to her "so- D 0

country butter in an icebox- Court BillS life of the nation. Labor cial" life," war described by Dr. D "BIACKIEAF40"Keeps
takes the flavor of everything near Supreme cannot afford to lose the support of David Katz, formerly professor oi

by, but not improved by any one of NATORS: some fifteen in num- public opinion. psychology at Rostock university Dogs Away from

'em. ber, who have not, committed "Second, temporary advantages in' Germany, when he lectured to a Get EvergreensShrubsetcShorn .
themselves on the President's bill P19S6Use Teaspoonful
child-audience at the Royal Societyof
gained through sit-down strikes will your
Gallon of Spray.
Maine's Statesmen. to enlarge the Supreme court, inevitably lead to permanent injury. Arts in London. Dr. Katz said Dealer ,,ur per
are earnestly trying scientists have found that hens
The public generally will not long
THERE is but one answer to the : t % I : to bring about a
"word" for danger an-
a tolerate the' illegal seizure of prop- have one ,
assumed 0
both ofMaine's
erty. If persisted in, it will through other to brow-beat a rival, and a --
senators, who show a pronounced would enable themto to her family to LARGE SIZE
state and federal law-making bod- .third encourage SMALL SIZE EI
inclination to balk at whatever go along with Mr. ies force enactment of legislation feed. In addition, they have a 60c s $1.20
the New Deal calls for in
con- Roosevelt without
providing for compulsory arbitra-: song of triumph to sing over a new-
and especially at the 4y I' t
gress plan to
laying themselves
; 4. tion, the incorporation of unions and laid egg, and the cocks have an-
mold, the Supreme court somewhat f ,. open to charges of other repressive forms of legisla- other song which they sing at 4
closer to the boy scout model. '
supporting a plan tot tion." dawn. "O
If these here foreigners don't like pack the court. Several \ 1. eRA"
for Rheumaticand
A recognized Remedy
this country, why don't they go back 1 compromise Eminent Men Are Namedfor Neuritis sufferers. A perfect Blood
Additions DesirableGood
where they came from? sK'3 r measures have been Purifier. Makes thin Blood Rich and

devised, one of the Coronation chicks have been grown with Healthy. Builds Strength and Vigor.

The Game of Poker. Senator Hatch which is that of Sen- THREE famous Americans, with rations that did not contain any Always Effective Why suffer?_
ator Carl Hatch of aides, will represent the 'common salt (sodium chloride) ad- ?AKA" IIl1ttIct.I.1fl,)'.IIq.I'U.H _

. CALIFORNIA'S attorney general New Mexico, a Democrat and a United States at the coronation of .dition. Rations that carried as muchas
: draw poker, unless King George VI of Great Britainin
member of the judiciary committeethat 5 per cent of common salt appear WNU-7 14-37
played as,a percentage game, is not Westminster Abbey
is holding hearings on the ad- to' be mildly injurious. It is

l,;... gambling.Had ministration bill. ;t May 12., They' true, says the Wisconsin Agricul-
he gone deeper into the sub- Hatch were selected b y
Mr. proposes to modify the M. ; turist, that generous supplies of o
' ject, he might have ruled that draw President's bill so that no more 16'kF; *;'':' President Roosevelt chlorine are needed to make hydrochloric

.t. poker, as generally played nowadays than two additional justices could and pre: James W. acid in the stomach which
r f is not even a game. What vet Gerard, former ambassador -
be appointed in any one year. Furth- aids in protein digestion. The re-
eran would call' it any thing'except a ermore, it would provide for a flex- to Ger- sults secured seem to show quite r Help Them Cleanse the Bloodof

r sacrilege against an ancient and ible court with a membership vary- many, special ambassador definitely that it is well to add from Harmful Body Waste

t.. once honorable! sport when folks are ing between fifteen and nine judges. ; Gen. one-half to one pound of salt to each Your kidneys are constantly filtering
.. But
the blood stream.
''J. .. free to introduce at will such abom- The additional appointments, made c s '; John J. Pershing, hundred pounds of chick mash. waste kidneys matter sometimes from lag In their workdonot
:: inations as deuces wild or one-eyed upon the failure of justices past 70 commander of theA. act as Nature intended-fail to remove

jacks or barber's itch or spit in to retire, would not become per- E. F. in the war, poison impurities the system that and if upset retained the whole may

the ocean? manent increases. They would be Gen.Pershing' and Admiral Hugh How Many Eggs to Set body machinery. backache

To draw honest cards; to try to offset by failure to fill an equal num- Rodman, U. S. N. For those who will do their own persistent Symptoms headache may be,attacks nagging of dizziness, ..

play the other fellow's chances as ber of vacancies caused by sub- retired, special representatives.Curtis i hatching, the question arises-how under getting the up eyes-a nights, foxing swelling of, puffiness nervous

well as your own; to try to figure sequent retirements. Bok of Philadelphia will be I many eggs to set. The answer to anxiety and loss of pep and strength.

when to raise and when to call and Further witnesses for the opposi- secretary of mission. Col. James L. I this is, for all practical purposes, ordcV Other signs be of burning kidney, or scanty bladder or dis-too
when to quit; to try to pick the right tion, appearing before the judiciary Collins will be aid to Gen. Pershing, i five eggs should be set for every frequent urination.

,,a moment for bluffing, since the bluff committee, included Dr. Irving Gris- and Commander Frank E. Beatty pullet one wants next fall. Some of treatment There should is wiser be no than doubt neglect.that prompt Use

is the real soul of the thing-that's wold professor of constitutional law will be aid to Admiral Rodman. the eggs set may be broken, some Doan', Pills. Doan's have been winningnew

poker, my masters, an American- at Harvard; Dorothy Thompson, The battleship New York, flagshipof will be infertile, some will not hatch, They friends have for a nation-wide more than forty reputation.Are years...
;' born pastime, hallowed with age, prominent journalist; Walter F. the Sixth battle squadron with and some that do hatch may be recommended by grateful peoplo the

ennobled by usage, beloved of the Dodd of Chicago, constitutional au- the grand fleet in British waters cripples and have to be killed. When country over. Ask your neighoorl

fathers. thority, and Dean Henry M. Batesof during the World war, will partici- they do hatch, half will be cockerels

IRVIN S. COBB. the Michigan university law pate in the international naval review some will die, while culling shouldbe
-WNU Service. school. off' Spithead on May 20. practiced from start to finish.

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I r THE CHEERFUL CHERUB Money As a Power.j:

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"' IMPROVED Not to Be Abused

A lady comas to \1
Money in our day means power,

i clean our house and if a man uses that power to :

SUNDAY buy off men so that they betray ':

(LessonBy R iy. WHo bothers me b- theirhomes, friends, or country, '

lot or for purely selfish purposes, he :
t Dean of the Moody Bible Institute. is abusing his p wer. .

Western of Newspaper Chicago. Union. ', 5o scornfully she, Money is to be used for food, ..\

;tIC bans around clothing, shelter, education, ...
amusement and creation. It is to ;

Lesson for April 11 \ WK?t little '"' be saved-not harded-for sick- .

i i (1 tHings Ive3ot. )L s ness, old age, investment, and ''1

THE SIN OF ADAM AND EVE service to others. It is to be given :]

4 ( away to relieve suffering, for .?]

LESSON TEXT-Genesis 3:1-15.: ;: t+ ;A \ $' j i .::5 ant. ,.,.'! study, ,for welfare work, for any- I '.

I GOLDEN TEXT-The soul that smneth. thing that will make the world :

I I it shall die. Ezek.- 18:4. a better and happier place to live ';1

PRIMARY' TOPIC-In. the Garden of ,in. The problem, is not "How

Eden. much money have you?" Did you ';j
JUNIOR TOPIC-Trying; to Hide From WNU Service. earn it? How do you use it? '

Cod. An Open-Air Cafe in Peiping. ''
What Sin Is and Does.' Prepared by National Geographic Society, I parts; butt goats graze upon weedgrown : :'
Washington, D. C.-WNU Service.
YOUNG.PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC-- mounds that were the guard AROUND Items of Interest '
the roads in farther Asia
The Consequences of Sin.:
towers on the gates.
ALL to Peking, and its 9 o
the Housewife j
Big Wall of Yung Lo. to
"One of the curiosities of the Brit- throughout the East is HOUSE ,
Yung Lo's wall, called the ,Tatar the
ish Museum is a brick from the rich as Troy's. You may approach -, ... : .
Wall for is immense
no reason, -
walls of ancient which it along the imperial high-
Babylon .,
.' Its circuit is some 14 miles, 't
bears the imprint of one of Baby- way, from the southwest, over flag- and its outline is almost Cooking Vegetables A small seats of an old automobile? Cover >.1
I square .
.'- Ion's mighty kings. Right over the stones rutted by the cart wheels ofa I rounded slightly at the northwest piece of butter added to the waterin The J old seat with upholstery and '

center of the royal seal is deeply thousand years. The other end which to attach at four
0 angle, where a stream enters the vegetables are castors -Jhe: corners. ;
impressed the footprint- of.a 'pariah' of that road is in Istanbul; it was city. ,It has a core of earth and be cooked will prevent 4hem: fro.moiling' rThis ,will give you a comfortable
dog which apparently trod upon it the route Marco Polo'followed, visit- over. ,
rubble faced with heavy masonry.Its sea or footstool for your 'summer.
when it was soft and plastic. Long ing the Grand Khan in the courts, of width at the base is 60 feet, cottage. '

I ages have passed; the king's superscription the sunrise. narrowing to about 50 feet at the Boiling Cabbage' When you *

I is visible but defaced; You may come down to the city, top, or the width of three war cook cabbage, put a small 'hand- Cocoa Egg Cake Filling Whiteof

the footprint of the .dog is clear and now called Peiping; from the north, chariots driven abreast, and it is ful of breadcrumbs tied in muslin one egg; one cup icing sugar; .\

sharply defined. through Kalgan gate in the Wall and more than 40 feet high. into the pan. The bread absorbsall two teaspoons cold water; four

"Human nature is like that brick. Nankow pass, as the Tatar coun- Bastions thrust out' at regular in- the bitter juices and makes tablespoons'cocoa; half teaspoon

'. Man originally was made in querors, came, trotting on shaggy tervals, and the top is crenelated, the vegetable more digestible.. vanilla. Beat white of egg until

the image of God, but over the ponies behind their yak-tail standard once affording shelter to bowmen. stiff and dry. Mix cocoa and sugar,
royal beauty of the Divine likeness Or you may enter by the rail- add
Wide ramps lead up to the nine Sausage and Fried Apples cold' water. Add gradually to
there has been superimposed the road, from the sea, as travelers arrive gates: three on the south, and two Pan broil the required number of egg white until thick enough

dirty disfigurement of the Devil's these latter days.In for each of the other faces. Above small sausages 'Qr cakes of sau- spread.

imprint" (D. E. Hart-Davies). any case, nothing warns you every gate stands a guard tower, sage meat and as soon as the,fat *

Last Sunday we saw the heavens of this city; nothing that you have with quarters for the garrison, and collects, add as many halved, Suede Shoes Rain spots can

and earth, the animals, yes, the en- heard prepares you. You proceedover formerly these were covered by cored and unpeeled apples as required be removed from suede shoes by

tire creation crowned by man him- a flat country, khaki-colored in curtain walls enclosing a space first dipping them in flour rubbing with fine emery board.

self, as it had come from the handof winter, variegated green in sum- where travelers were examined and to which a little sugar has been *

God- "and'behold it was very mer, which looks the same in every duty assessed and w collected on added. Saute slowly until soft and Ironing Shirts Soft collars attached -

". good" (1:31). But, sadly' enough, it direction. It is not that the goods coming in. browned. Place on a serving dish, to shirts should be ironedon
; did not long remain so, for sin view without incident; every yard is with two small each
Peiping no longer the capital. sausages on the right side first, then on
which had already entered the uni- of land is cultivated; and people in From 1912 to 1923 the republic sat half. the wrong side. This prevents

,, verse, soon found its way into the blue coolie cloth, with their small in the dismantled pavilions that had wrinkling the collar.

world. industrious beasts, move like ants housed the emperors. Then the gov- Worn Socks Children very of- WNU Service.

God created Adam in his own across it. Roads and footpaths con- ernment moved to Nanking. By ten get enormous holes in the heelsof

likeness and image gave him "a nect group after group of huddled edict the name of the ancient city their socks. This is often due to

helpmeet unto him," and placed mud buildings, each unit behind its was 'abandoned; Peking, "Northern the lining" 'of the shoe which has ASPIRIN

.' him in perfect surroundings. He wall. Capital," became officially worn rough. If the ragged bits The Nationally Known

gave him congenial employment,' Punctuating the fields are mounds Peiping, "City of the Northern are cut off and the inside' of the the
and above all the inestimable privi- ranging in size from very small Plains," or "Northern Peace." So shoe covered with adhesive tape: at Nationally Popular IOprice

lege of fellowship with Him. humps to impressive hillocks said the People's party, the postal many a large "hole" will be pre-
But because man was not a mere framed in striking .architectural authorities
and the officeholders.But vented.
automaton-a toy in the hands of a conceptions. These are graves, for to the residents and to the for- .

_', superior being-:-God gave him the the dead are not segregated in eigners who love it, the city remains Flavoring Gravy Half milk "' '

@,: power of moral choice, the oppor- China. Trees stand in thinnish Peking. From the, heights 1 I j and half water makes the best

! tunity to exercise his God-given per clumps and straggling lines, I within the walls one may survey .colored and best flavored gravy.
in that choice. Obedience III Wills vs. Wishes
sonality making trimmed thriftily of all superfluous the city. *
,is the underlying moral prin- branches and there dark clus- Great souls have wills; feeble
are Climb Coal hill. It 'is artificial r Washing Embroidery--Do not '
t ciple of the universe. terings of evergreens, planted in eminence, rising 210 feet above the wring embroidery after washing. ones have only wishes.-Chinese

Today we go with Eve and Adam I formal groves, to shield important town, lying east and west, its con- 'I Press out as much moisture as Proverb

into that cataclysmic experience ghosts from the rude north winds. tours following the conventional ,art possible between the folds of a

which we call' "the Fall of Man," Among the grave mounds and the I form of the breaking wave. A cen- I towel, then spread on a towel or
for as'we read in Romans 5:12
>' ,' "by villages you see tablets of remem- tral pavilion crowns it, flanked by blotter to dry, face up.
:; ;. one man sin entered into the world, four smaller *
,.' brance, upright plinths of carved pavilions to left and I .BLACKMAN
? and death by sin;. so death passed marble set upon immemorial tortoises right as the slopes descend. Cedars Baking Potatoes Before put-

'-':':.: .\., upon all" men, for that all' have facing south; and shrines to and white pines and sparse grass ting potatoes in the baking-tin, STOCK and POULTRY MEDICINES

; ; ,, sinned. gods and princes, long forgotten, clothe it sketchily. stand them in boiling water fora Are Reliable
:\ I. Temptation (vv, 1-5)).
: '.' standing starkly in the furrows. There is a legend that some few minutes, then drain on a.
;/ ,I' Satan' is not a cloven-hoofed monstrosity thrifty emperor created it by pilingup clean cloth. They will cook more
- ..?'-f. with a forked tail and a But each incident of landscape s&- Blackman's Medicated Lick-
,,,?:'. '. trident in his hand. No, indeed, he repeats itself to monotony, and a reserve supply of.coal againsta quickly, and taste better. A-Brik
seige, covering the fuel with dirt *
". .F' there is a confusion, rather than
}, :. is more subtle than anything in a BBlackman's Stock Powder
, ::: creation. We rend that! he is "trans- dearth, of landmarks.' South and by way of camouflage-but there is Making a Footstool Do you
coal Tonic
east the great sky borders the hollow no here and never was. His know that you can make unique 0Blackman's Cow
,;t.; ::. formed into an angel of light" (II
: people would have soldit
land and north and the footstools out of the single spring Blackman's Hog Powder
::/ ;.V Cor. 11:14). His 'approach, in our' west at EKT
:-' hills circle, their contours lifting a profit long centuries Blackman's Poultry Tablets
: :- : day is as smooth, and cultured as ser-

: ;:;" :.:, it was in the garden of Eden. An air sharp, remote and brittle and through inconsequent the clear as the ago.dirt More excavated likely from it was the madeof line Friends in High Places 3F- Blackman's! Poultry Powder

adi; i painted scenery' on' a screen. of artificial lakes whici the poetic Dogs always have had loyal Highest: Quality-Lowest Price
\ inhabitants call the "Three Seas," I champions in high places. The Guaranteed
r/ ,.... his use of the man who stands behind Many, Smells and Many Walls. lying in the old Imperial City. White House has been with- Satisfaction or
,; :: !,--: the pulpit,. or sits in the profes-! never money back
'1' Ahead, the horizon takes your
on reg- I I View of City From Coal Hill. out them. Kings and princes often
:;; './,: sor's chair and destroys the ularity. A long wall, spacedby BUY FROM YOUR DEALER
'. '-, gray The pavilion on the crest housesa have thought more of their dogs :
:.- ... tian faith of young men and Chris'I'I unusual towers, rises suddenlyas tall Buddha, once richly gilded, than of' their 'jects-to say
Note the in
five the
.. steps. thunder. Your road enters amalodorous now scoured to drabness by the sun nothing of .the subjects often BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO.
man: '
suburb, and crosses a and wind, which broods eternallyover agreeing, with their rulers and I Chattanooga, Tenn.,
1. Listening to slander I
a against I canal of yellow, viscous water, bor- the city. Standing between his thinking more, of the dogs, too. I
God (Satan lied about God).
dered by willow trees and washer-
I knees, you are on the medial line
2. Doubting God's Word and love
women and populous with squad- of Peiping, and a little north of its I
__ (If we trust God we will obey him). rons of clamant snow-white ducks. exact center.In .

3. Looking at that which God has Complicated and violent smells !
as- general, the view is of a one-
forbidden (The eye will betray us sail the nostrils. Before
you opens story town, with geometrical
unless we guard it). the dark cavern of a gate, where terns of low roofs and walled court- PLEASE AEPJTHI
4. Lusting after what God had
i bored soldiers in uniforms and
gray yards defined in blocks by the in-
L': '.:.f:'. prohibited (Compare Genesis 3i6 police in dingy black, armed with tersections of the great streets.
::1 i ';'''',: with 1. John 2:6): ). -
'' rifles watch of
a press man traffic From this level rise the templesand
:: :: 5. Disobedience to God's com and animal traffic that flows with-
.. pavilions, and the gate towers,
? out ceasing, to the accompanimentof the bright tiles of their roofs in- fii' '
': '. II. Sin (v. 6) +
:: .
" c' ,
unimaginable noise. You
: en- dicating official status. Yellow tile
.'" ". .., .
;: ;;:: Sin is ,deliberate transgression, : ::' ""''''''' ''''''''''' -:-'"
ter Peiping, and at the end of every was wholly imperial; green tile and ""l
C" \/: not a natural weakness, nor 'a net vista stands
a wall. blue the latter meant the in-
} It showed itself in its true I
ar: :: cessity. : There has been a city hereaboutsfor terest of the government or the Im
. ;
; ii
$ i"W
:: ; .t light when it at once reached out ,
and dragged down another. We do three thousand years. Historians perial family. tOQ. .
locate a town of the Yin dynasty You see the three cities, one within -
not sin alone for
very long.
III. Consequences (vv. 7-15, also I called Chi, on a site near the another, like a Cantonese puzzle GAME CARVING SETfor .':'iJf.'fiff : oiP,Ji'iLi"tf. ,
J northwest corner of the present Ta- box, and the fourth, the Chinese :
16-19). II
tar city in the Twelfth century B. C.I I City, away to the south, beyond '
1. The is cursed.
2. Sin, serpent death and condemnationenter The Manchu emperor, Chien Lung, Chien Men. and Hata Men. The 25c with your purchase :/ t1tJ''
marked the place where one of its foursquare line of the Tatar Wall :;:
the world.
of B. T. Babbitt's
gates stood with a tablet, which you lays out the Tatar City, which was, I can
,. 3. Sorrow is linked with mother- ,
hood. may see to this day, on the ram- under the Manchus, divided among Nationally. Known Brands of Lye '-"'::': :: ..:';=!';

part called the Mongol Wall, a short the Eight Banners, each having its
4. and '
headship is'1 distance north of Peiping, beside own district in the several quad-
given to man. the road to the Bell Temple.The rants. This is the Carving Set you need address and 25c to B. T. Babbitt,
5. The ground is cursed and the for steaks and game. Deerhom deInc.., Dept.. W.K., 386 4th Ave..
burden of labor introduced. Ming, which is to say, the Then your eye picks up the pink sign handle fits the hand perfectly. New York City. Your Carving Set

I IV. Redemption (v. 15). Bright, dynasty, built Peiping on a ish-red wall of the Imperial City, Knife blade and fork tines made of will reach you promptly, postage
grand scale. Yung Lo, third em- pierced now by the great streets Send the supply
'It;" Here we have the first promise of ...fine stainless steel. Now offered for paid. today-while
,r. peror of the line, moved his courtup that run east'and west. It was orig- only 25c'to induce you to try the lasts.
redemption, and the scarlet thread
from Nanking in the early four- inally a'long, narrow rectangle, brands of lye shown at right. OFFER. GOOD WITH ANY LABEL
of truth thus
this redemptive the Bible's runs from teen-hundreds, and created a cap- lying from north to south on the Use them for sterilizing milking SHOWN BELOW
point beginningto ital worthy of his greatness. axis of- Peiping. It enclosed the machines and dairy equipment.

its very last chapter. Even in The Bell Tower, which was in the "Three Seas," the lakes shining silver Contents of one can dissolved in 17

judging the first Adam for his sin center of Khanbaligh, visited by in the sun down its western I gallons of water makes an effective,

God promises the coming of the I Marco Polo in the reign of Kublai half; and in it were'located the pal- I inexpensive sterilizing solution. II: I.
second Adam who is to redeem the of of the lye
I Buy today a can any
Khan:? stands now in the upper third aces of the court officials and imperial send
race. You are in the family of brands shown at right. Then
of Peiping; and the Observatory isi princes. It stretches from the
the first Adam by natural] birth i the can band, with your name-and Red Devil'GJ.nt Red 5..1 Star
; i I north of the present southeast Tung Chang An Chieh to the Ti An I
have entered the of the
you family angle. You can ride the line of Men Ta Chich, north of Coal Hill, .
second Adam by supernatural rebirth .-I Kublai's walls to the north, and which are the two east and west
? (I Cor. 15:21, 22, 45.) I .
they ar'e formidable earthen ram- boulevards. J


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The- Clewistoii- News 1 time clock on a national bank vault.I the most misunderstopd person in Recreation and cultural Improvement, and let the cool air cirr.alate through'

\ She stops and gazes over the audi- the Nation's political history. FredP. 'Wand still produce enough crops for .the interior of the ha;per and pre-
: ence as solemnly as 'a convict in the Cone occupies a somewhat, similar, home use and for saledded emphasis '
vent heating and molding '
lu electric chair. Then she unfolds her position. The parallel goes no fur-| is being given to tje community )
Published every Friday Relatives and friends at Ocala
music and begins to pucker her ther at the moment-its extension, as a center of rural development and
Inc.Florida, by the mouth till it looks like the blossom depends upon Fred's ability to display -_ greater facilities for community and Williston tried, the new ventilators -

': end of a shrivelled cucumber. Everybody the faith, courage, wit, wisdom gatherings are being provided. which he calls VenTubes, with

holds their breath. Something courtesy consideration and judg- In the last, few years, largely' at great success.- Produc. houses .reported -

Keathley Bowden, Editor I I Is about to happen. Suddenly ment that enabled Lincoln to over- the instigation of the FERA, and that beans, okra peas, pep-

I the young lady's mouth opens like come his trying problems and gain. with the aid of home demonstration
pers, squash and other crops which !
I end of a tobacco pouch the victory.
the loose workers, community canning ,centers i
Entered as second class mail matter -1! hear voice that sounds like pack closely arrived in the north in !
I and,you a Fred is blunt, outspoken, gruff have been constructed where any .
February 1, 1927 at the Post j pulling a :yard of bologna sausage and displays an amazing lack of abil- family in the community could take so much better condition that they

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under, through a tin horn. Her eyes seem ity In the matter of public relations. its products of garden and orchard! were able to get top of the market,

the Act of March 3, 1897. to bore through the ceiling like two Unintentionally, and unwittingly, he and can them for future use. In this sometimes as 'much as a dollar a

I left handed gimlets and her throat has made bitter enemies, when in manner timely aid was extended, to hamper more, when VenTubes were

subscription rate $2.00 per year. works like a frog swallowing a June his heart was only the desire to make J' numerous families who were helped used, and they recommend their general -

dvertising rates on application. bug. Her voice seems to have been friends. Those who know him and''I ito preserve their own stocks of pro- use.

made in joints, and put together understand his eccentric manner and duce. A feeling of self-reliance and They are now being introduced to

with brass rings, and it rattles blunt speech overlook .the':e minor independence was engendered. the entire truck-growing section of

Devoted to the advancement and against her Adam's apple like drag- points and love him for his loyalty Community halls have been con- the state, 'especially in the Lake

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry ging a log chain over a wooden sincerity and ,honesty of purpose. structed In some communities, too. Okeechobee section. They' are inex-

County. bridge. The task of governing a great Land for the buildings nearly always pensive, get top prices for the grower '

The audience leans forward and commonwealth is in no sense'.an. easy is donated by some public' spirited and deliver the farm produce to

drinks it in like a young catbird eating one. Its burdens and demands are a resident who is glad to make the con- the consumer in a fresh and crisp

t Exclusive I I -worm.. Of course, nobody understands severe strain, even to a man with tribution. Men and women gather condition. <,

a word of her songif youth and health; when the handicap and do their own building, a part ata It is a little dingus,' but it. does.

they did the song would be a failure. of age and physical suffering ,is time. big' things, it is said. '

I WNUFeatures It would'not" be "fashionable sing- added the' load becomes doubly bur- The building is their community

ing. densome. "home". They have a very real sense The Seven SleepersThe

The only thing required of you is After all, a Governor, in the end of ownership, ,for they participatedin Seven Sleepers were seven R

tp' sit: there like a chicken with the of the day, is just another human being Its erection. Both men and women noble youths of Ephesus, according "'..

gapes and drink It in. Let it run in with faults and virtues the sameas hold their gatherings and "socials" to legend, who fled in the De-

THE RIGHT TO GET NEWS at both ears and ooze out throughthe you and I. The same holds ,frue there. The home demonstration club cian persecution in A. D. 250 to a

pores of your soul. with each individual member of the will have a regular and desirable cave at Mount Celion. After 230,

The Florida Supreme Court says The singer stops to get her beath Legislature. If we: keep this fact in place to hold its meetings. Activitieswill or in some versions, 300'years, ,

newspaper reporters must be given and to wait for the audience to catch mind, we will not expect too muchof revolve around it. they awoke, but soon died and their i,
bodies were taken to Marseilles
records to official The organist hits the instrumentin them. I ,
access to public up. Doubtless it will aid In buildinga France in
a large store coffin
news of public interest; and adds the face a couple of times like a During the next sixty days, power- better, happier, more contented and which is shown in Victor's church.,

that a newspaper photographer is negro woman beating out peas and ful forces will be at work, in Talla- more prosperous citizenship. Their names are Onstantme, Do-:

on the same basis of rights as a; reporter then sails in again. Lickety-split, she hassee striving to create laws favorable :- With prosperous communities we nysius J IDhn. Mari .1 an. Malthus: ,

in that particular.A goes up and down the scale like two to this or that special interest.. shall have a prosperous State anda Martiman, and Scr.;aion.

Miami publication claimed that hounds after a rabbit, and all the Others will be there ,determined 'to prosperous nation. The community ;, .. ,
Miami city officials refused to per- while the expression on the singer's prevent the passage of such meas- is a good foundation on which to'' -- -- -- ----

mit its reporters and cameramen to face looks like a mixture of cramp, ures as they consider detrimental. build rural development.

obtain information regarding the colic, death, agony, a toothache anda Legislators must battle these forces rf '+ Lb x f. t74t

Miami Police Department, and wentto sneeze. and try to determine what really FLORIDA ,FARM WOMEN 1 l f

court to assert its rights. An in- I .Once in a while the jointed melody should be done keeping ever in mind SELL HOME PRODUCTSAND "'

junction against official interferencewith comes in such a lump that it almost the welfare of the State as a whole.It ENHANCE INCOMESFor k !

news-getters obtained in the jars the shingles loose, and then is no easy task., Give your sena- the' farmer and others 1)11)1 :rI I f fs

lower court has been sustained by fades away till it sounds like the tors, 'S J ,. ,!

the Supreme Court. little end of a cat fight tapering to governor the faith and confidence J : 'qJ !
every effort to make 'wo blades of
Public records, the Supreme Court I nothing. they may justly merit. Such encour-! grass grow where only one grew be- !

holds, are available for inspection by And when its all over,you go home agement from you will Inspire them I fore. So well have they succeeded t.i' I

any citizen, and newspaper. repre- feeling like somebody had run a rasp to safe, sane, intelligent action and I that in recent' years the marketing of : I

sentatives are entitled to examine over a sore tooth. But its the fash- make for a helpful, successful ses-: farm products after they are grown' Wh0'

them, reportorially and pictorially.If ion, you know, and fashion is a great sion. -i has come to be the paramount prob-

a decision was needed on a old gal. -P. .H. A. T

right so apparent,, it is well that the lem.As !
Florida Supreme Court has givenit .:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:"' usual, farm women are' taking :: 1fI \ :
BBBBflflBBBBBBBBBSBflBBBBBBBBToo the lead in'' this'enterprise.. "The old CJCun"

,, in no uncertain terms. Public of- HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES; woman's pin money" ,las grown in 7 '

fice is not a private 'privilege and DemonstrationS until, it commands J
Late To Classify Weekly from Home amount now re- ,
.are not confidential.
public .ialfsts, Tallahassee spectful attention, inst )ad of jesting

-Tampa Tribune.. remarks as formerly aural women, I tiJ
--.-- By cRtissell Kay . <11 r
...... .. .... ..
N : : :NNN, :NNN, :N: :M:N : :NN:N NN N M N Ma.v : particularly those in home demonstration -
._ ,
.. 'I. -. ... : ': clubs, are conserving, and dDoyouknowthattoumay
Irp.r4raMMsgrrrcrrnrrrrrrrI've : TREATMENT; .FOR STAINS ttJ1tiJiY
(From Florida Press News) raising' :products'which 'lemand'a ready .

There's a big stir around Clewis- just finished reading an ad- market and a goo i price. Theyare i. r
Among the, all too familiar signs
ton these days,. The sugar season is vance copy of Governor Cone's'mes- supplementing the family incometo 3 t .

about to end.. Not because the caneis sage' to the legislature. It's straight- of 'spring, are water ,spots andmud, an appreciable deg; ee. be able to pay for,s. home, all

all ground. No, no. It is about to forward, to the point, and reveals the stains on new'spring clothes.. April For instance, in one :Bounty 81 women your own,for the so v money
raindrops are likely to. leave their :you pay for rent? Y' ur neigh-
end because the A. A. A. says Florida sincere desire of the Chief Executive sell cooperatively about $2,000
marks on silk frocks, and coat lin- bors are doing it. S 4 can you.
; has its quota-even,though it has ,to fulfill his campaign 'promises.In worth of home canned products 'and Now, as never befor ',you can
ings, while mud splashes may lingeron
not produced enough sugar to sup- printed form it is entirely .lacking skirts and hose. fresh dressed chicken a month. The secure funds here '1 a long-

j,ly the people of the stato in 1937. in triple negatives and colorful home demonstration igent secures term, easy repayable basis at
Water spots have several causes. that ;-tvsts low.There's .
keep :
I was down there the other day- phraseology that attends the Gov orders, the women fill them.A .
The water dissolve the dressingin red
may no worry,no tape.
ernor's word but it is clear bus is loaded wifh ,such thingsas
saw the cane fields, and the largest spoken the silk fabric and' float it out to INVESTIGATENOW
sugar mill in continental United Sta- .and understandable and will appeal of'the 20 cases of butterteans cases
the dry edge spot, leaving a !
tes. There's still plenty of cane, and to the average citizen and taxpayer. of peas, 15 cases of vegetable mixture -
ring. Or the. water may shrink the ... ., ,,
6 dozen 1-2 gallon jars of bread ;!' '/; ',' t. /; ': -
the Washington swivel-chair ,
if /
There is a note of 'sincerity and fibers and make, the part of the fab- .. : _
farmers would lift the restrictions thruit and butter pickles, and 400 poundsof ( .R r ( r r <<
humble desire to serve running ric that has been wet loolr different : \ .J.t
the cane acreage could be increasedat that will get under people's skins. from the 'rest. Or the moisture may I fresh dressed hens. This gives an

least to the point where Florida's The appeal for economy, good busi- remove the luster on' 'the" fabric idea of the variety Qf' products sold CfewistonHome! p 1

sugar requirements could be stppli- aLone time: during the year the list
ness management and opposition to which was caused by pressing: a:
ed from her Own state. any form of additional taxes, meetsa Sometimes water spots will disap- is much ,more. inclusive. ,Practically; 11 Building ;.

Senator Claude Pepper is reported responsive chord in the public pear if rubbed with a coin or fin- every product of garden, orchard or
field is found in the Association
as going to bat in Washington to mind. gernail or even with a piece of cloth, cooperativesales. .

have the limits loosened. The only Regardless of how practical or im- followed with pressing under a damp : \ -.;; -- /&

known reason for holding the quota 'practical, logical or illogical, the governor's cloth or slightly dampened tissue Uniform standards have been F' ,,'i$
down is to encourage the Cuban sugar -: adopted for canned products in the Ji'{(",,: ....<',., }'../0f1#";
recommendations may be a paper. If the spot is caused simpiy
county. Demonstrations were given
industry-and to believers in to hov, these desired ends may be by loss of luster, a good pressingmay
by the agent until the women were
Florida's future that doesn't stack up I achieved, there is no denying the be the only treatment,'necessary.

very big. fact that they are generally desired/ Recently manufacturers have de- thoroughly of preparing familiar with and preserving the processes .A...N.............._..........................:;MN. ..................N_..11 .a...
and the Chief Executive has tossed I
veloped a new finishing process for
the products. Attractive labels mark-
They are doing big things down in '
the ball to the Legislature and whether silks that makes them resistant to
them home demonstrationbrand
the Okeechobee _section of the Ev they' go around the right end or I water spots. Such silk is especially ing as Good Farr
were printed.
erglades. Bean fields-a single field through the center, the multitude in ,
useful in' coat linings which are difficult .
Quality is maintained on a high ,
ten miles in each direction dust-
; the grandstand wants touchdown.As .
: a to treat for water spots.
'plane at'all times. careful attention
By -
ing vegetables by, airplane to control
the twenty-sixth Legislature'' of As for the stains caused 'by mud, and
to uniformity quality, the
; literally lifting rich land
the State of Florida begins its session -
if the fabric is not washable, sometimes -
have been able to obtain Vbill'
women repeat -
from the bottom of the
Evergladesand those with no selfish interest sponging with denatured alcohol -
making it produce wealth for the orders' without interruption, so
I.II I.i
and concern only'with the welfare I I.
is effective. Many times mud
state and food for the nation. A that sales and deliveries are made .
and advancement of the state as a. contains oil or grease. This may be I Rent
week. Ready cash comes to the
dredge to work every
goes digging a can-
whole I
sincerely hope that harmony.
removed with a grease solvent suchas I
cooperating each week. It is
throwing the earth intoa
up I and good will will prevail betweenthe i
carbon tetrachloride.
dike. When it finishes it has built useless to attempt to. explain to rural
I legislative and executive branches ly red mud contains iron rust so the
what this ready each
people cash
dike around
a square mile, with the
of government during this trying stain from it needs the same treat- -
canal week means to the farm family.
on the inside. Then
a pump period. It is my honest opinion that 'ment as that from iron rust: The
begins putting water outside the .
the Governor sincerely desires to cooperate most familiar is lemon juice and salt
dike. Within three the'ground NEW TRUCK: PACKING IS
months and that the bulk of our legislators applied to the stain. .l I
is ready for I IY|
seeding, and
are equally desirous of harmony Trespassers

within a year it has produced three and. mutual understanding. I : ........................-....-.....................-.......... Tampa, April 8 (FNS) .-Out of
crops. There has been much loose talk as the trials and tribulations of a Tam- Will Be

to friction between the executive and RURAL' COMMON SENSE pa attorney came the lirth of a new

"FASHIONABLE 1"Uo.n'" ANOTHER SINGING" ANGLE legislative branches. Some would Bj Spuds; Johnson idea which will moan, thousands of ProsecutedClewiston

have you believe that Governor and ...:...:........-:..:..-:......:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:- dollars to Florida's; truck growers.;
Legislative branches. Some would Raleigh T. Barber owns a planta-
There are certain kinds of
unearthly have you believe that Governor and HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS tion in Guines, Cuba, on which he I ..ud
screeching that they call
J Legislature will meet with backs COMMUNITIES ESSENTIAL'TO raises truck crops for shipment to
"fashionable singing". Ever heard of J
humped claws extended each northern markets. Because of the
it? If and circulating NATIONAL WELLBEINGRural I
not you have missed a treat.
I the other and ready to fight. ---- tendency of his farm produce to heat
Just go to most any church on I believe the situation has betfi people like to be neighborlyand sweat, turn yellow and mold whilein I

Sunday morning, and they give you I exaggerated, yet. there is some sociable.. They appreciate every transit he was losing money.

a, sample of it. Here's how you'll i I ground for this contention. If such a((opportunity to mingle with others, Realizing that he must.find some And

know when its coming, asserts the I condition should prevail, it 'will be' either from the same community or means of preventing these truck Really

Mayo Free Press.' You'l']! see some-'brought about largely through a stub-I from other rural communities-. crops from spoiling 'le began experimenting -
body go over 'tothe piano or pipe born and I with ventilation DevelopmentCorporation)
unyielding attitude on both cities. Their hospitality 'Is generousto SYS- I
crgan and begin to claw over the sides tems. After several aVemps, he
and an unwillingness! to over- a fault. fin-//
keys like a puppy digging for aground look eccentricities, put aside personal Limits, of both timr and facilities ally found that a trig'igular, .

mouse. j grievances and strl/j for mutual in the past have kept rural community : gated pasteboard vent lator, perforated i i //1

Then you'll see a young' lady march : agreement and ,understanding. gatherings and activities; to a with numerou, eggshapedholes .. i
out on the stage with an armful ot I Abraham Lincoln was probably the minimum. But farm people are learning I inserted in the center of the I! .
'sheet music-,and I II the air ..............................................................:...................... ",
her face
set like a i l {>!:it loved, most hated and above all that they can lake more time, for }hamper, would remove warm ,
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..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:....:..;..::.:..:NN, 1::. I Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Herring spent HOLLAND AND OWEN ATTEND I: together with a motion picture reel passengers destined for the important -

.. f .i. Sunday ,jn Fort Myers visiting Mrs. ADULT SCHOOL IN OCAL completed some time ago, will bo centers ,served by TTT are, when

: Personal Mention i Herring's mother and grandmother, I furnished to the Park Association
:: I Camp Roosevelt, April 8.-Nine- arriving on many important Interstate -
Irs. A. B. Hunt and Mrs. Jane D, I for use in connection with their edu-

:.::........."...................................................................'.!......................; I Haigrie, who left this week: for their ty-one representatives of water and cational program. schedules, forced to wait many
sewage plants from 41 Florida towns hours and in instances
home in Portland, Pennsylvania after some over
Mr, and Mrs. Gratton George spent and cities attended the Short Course. FLORIDA'S "SACRED COIS
spending the winter in Fort Myers night before connections can' be
Sunday in Fort Myers. I and Clewiston. in Sewage, and Water'Treatment at MENACE SAYS PRESIDENT C OF C I
achieved to destination
; that many
the University School of Adult Education ,

Miss Faustina Rogero and Mrs J. R. Peyton, A. D. Bentley and here March 2i-30, followed I Tampa, April 8 (FNS).-Terming passengers desiring transportation

Roy :Alston spent Saturday in West ..T.1". Moorehead of Jacksonville office by the eleventh annual meeting of I Florida's "sacred cow" the greatest jto j northern points arc denied the

Palm Beach of U. S. Engineers are spending the Florida section of the American, menace to public safety on our state i use of FML schedules by reason of

--- ;; few days in Clewiston. They came Water Works Association on March highways today, Charles Mitchell,
I the failure of TTT to furnish reas-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vaughn of down, accompanied by Mrs. Peyton, 31-Aprll 1. A resolution adopted by I president of the Florida State Junior '

Paho'kee were business visitors in on the Engineer boat, Ribault, which the meeting today praised the excellence -' Chamber of ,Commerce, speaking at onable connections.

Clewiston yesterday.Mr. loft for Tampa to bring General ,Pills- of the course, and the advantages the Florida Public Safety Conference -

---- bury on an inspection trip throughthe offered by the facilities of the here this week, urged united supportof Aphasia

and Mrs M. Valaer of Moore new waterway. community which is 'maintained by all civic and business organiza- Aphasia'is lack of speech. It may

Haven were visitors in Clewiston The choir of the Community church the school for instruction purposes. tions in the movement Inauguratedby be due to a local trouble, but is

Ivy R. Holland and w: C. Owen, the Junior Chamber to eliminatethis usually due to a disorder in some
Tuesday. gave a program of'sacred music Sunday
of this city, registered for the course, danger. of the brain centers. Very oftenit
morning at the Methodist church '
which included laboratory demon- is psychic or hysterical in its
A. C. McLean of Fort Myers was in Moore Haven. Members of the Explaining the position of the
I strations and studies, lectures and cause. It is this type of person
Junior Chamber of Commerce, Mr.
transacting business in Clewiston choir who attended and'took part in who under great excitement suddenly -
discussions of problems on treatmentof
Mitchell stated that his
Wednesday afternoon.Mr. the program were J. E. Beardsley, regains the to
Florida water supplies and sewage power
I :Miss Mary Markette, Mr. and Mrs.R. disposal.ST. concerned only with the problemof It, may be due to a motor defect

and Mis. E. P. Maudlin of Mi- N. Smith, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs keeping roaming cattle off our which makes it impossible to speakso ;
Joseph Robbins, Miss Marion Leydig highways and to this end will request that
ami were week-end guests in the MARGARET'S one can be understood.
home of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Doty and ,F. M. the legislature to simply pass Sometimes, according to an author-

I Wright. CHURCH an act which will prohibit the roam- ity in the Washington Star, thepatient

I --- ing of livestock on public highwaysand becomes unable to recall

Miss Ulla Jacobsen and Jones (Rev. Father J. F. Walsh, Bi. D., make the livestock owners responsible sounds. Aphasia be due

r-1' Bryan were visitors in West Palm Leydigs Celebrate Pastor.) for its violation. "We are to an abscess or tumor on the

Beach Sunday. Mass each Sunday at 8:30 av in. not advocating a no-fence law," he I brain, or a rupture of a blood

-- Golden Anniversary except on last Sunday' of 'month pointed out, "and the act 'as drawn I vessel. It may be due to some formof

1 Bill Allen of Homestead visited i .when mass is at 10:30 a. m says nothing as to how cattle shall be paralysis or toxemia. .

his brother, D. B. Allen/here Wed- Mr. and Mrs. I.: D., Leydig, Clew- Communion Sunday for the con- kept from the highways." i I II

i I nesday. 1! iston's most beloved couple, celebrat- gregation is the first Sunday in each "A ,child", Mr. Mitchell stated,

i I I ed their Golden Wedding Anniversary month. I "may be struck on a public highwayand FOR RENT:-Furnished Apartment.
Arthur Wells, John Harris and Available April 15th. F. L. Williamson ,
quietly Monday at their homeI
i Religious instruction classes for such an accident be termed 'un-
Lou' Betzner of Belle Glade enjoycd -,I I here. Due to Mrs. Leydig's ,rather all children attending public school avoidable', but should a motorist be tf
a day of golf at the Clewiston formal
frail health
no celebration; immediately after mass on Sundays. so unfortunate as to strike a cow,

\ course on Sunday. '\ was attempted, but, during' the day Junior (children's) choir meets the law holds as 'sacred'."
--- greeting cards gifts FREE! If excess acid causes
telegrams and you
Wednesdays 4:30 m. and Saturdays -I He cited instances where
p. numerous
Mrs. C. L. Downs and J. V. Four- I
I 'a stream of callers marked the day Stomach Ulcers, Gas Pains. Indi-
9:30 a. m. at the church. motorists have been confronted by
automobile for
mcy left Tuesday by for the Leydig's and testified to the gestion, Heartburn, Belching, Bloat-
Hendcrsonville, where Mrs. Downs Catholic Men's Club meets the second cows on the highway, stepping in
ing, Nausea
love and esteem in which they arei get free sample doctor'sprescription
I is :spending a few days on business. Monday in each month at the front of them without warning, '
held by the entire community. Call- Udga, at Alston's Drug
I Rectory at 7:30 p. m. forcing ,them to wreck their cars and
,I ers found the home beautifully decorated Store. 3mJn18
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheim- endanger the lives of their assen-
I with a profusion of lovely The Ladies Altar Society meets

er and children, Billy and Patricia spring flowers from the gardens of the first Wednesday in each monthat gers.Mr.
I Ann, of Miami were weekend'guests Mitchell stated that numer-
jci I daughter, Mrs. Leah Spicer, gol l- the homes of the members run-

I I of Mr. and Mrs., C. L. Downs.Mr. 'ten gladioli, poppies and other flowers ning in alphabetical order at, 3:00p. ous state and local organizations are J. M. COUSE

!of m. in full .sympathy; with the efforts of
and Mrs. F. A. Ray and fir yellow shades carried out the
the Junior Chamber to this
and Mrs. S. W., Houser and Mrs. E.j| thought'of the Golden Wedding Day. Convert instruction class each remedy Counselor and Attorney at Law
evil, and expressed the belief that
A. Houser spent the week-end visit-,1 I. D. Leydig and Miss Anna Belle Friday at 7 p. m. the bulk of the people of the state Hopkins Building

ing in West Palm Beach. I[ Coleman were married in Somerset, Mass on First Fridays at 8:00 a. Wednesdays! and Saturdays
I I would look to the legislature to give ,
--- !i Pennsylvania, on April, 5th, 1887. m. motorists and the traveling public 9:30 to 4:00

Mrs. L. D. Brown of Raleigh, North:' Mrs. Leydig recalls that a light snow Baptisms by appointment.'WAULACECHA2fDLER. the protection they deserve and insure -
Carolina, arrived Sunday for a visit fell on the morning of their weddingday >
the insofar
safety on our highways -
with her sister, Mrs. John B. Dot- though the/afternoon was fair ,
as the danger from roaming
terer. Mr. and Mrs. Dotterer met!l[ and, for that Climate, balmy. After L. B. MershonAGENT
cattle is concerned.
her inVest Palm Beach. I a few days the couple went to Salis- Of interest to ,the many friends:

I bury, Pennsylvania, where they es- and associates of Mr. and Mrs. G., O. He praised Walter Hays of Orlando -
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Gallant drove Chairman of the Junior Chamber
ablisheil their ,
home of Clewistonand
and lived for Wallace, formerly j' New York Life :
Gallant's:' Safety Committee for the
to Ocala Sunday for Mr. splendid
v-.vo; ana one-half 'years, moving to now living in Okeechobee, is the
mother, who is spending some time i I jwork accomplished d under his lead- Insurance Company
\ .. Ulencoe ,which n wgs their home for announcement of the marriage of
here with her son at his home: on I I I o9: years. ...*. I their third son, Alden, to Miss Audrey -!,I i ership, and complimented Asher ARCADIA FLORIDA

the Government\reservation., ... ,-4 L ., I Ii "Okeechobee"whichtook :,fFrankOn :bIsv-envtable=T' recoTd":* as :i ",_- ,
.. Chandler of
laD I Ii --Four children 'were born' to theLeydig's
i I: I home State Safety Director, which he is
I' : Marion, Robert, Leah and place in the Winter Park :
i Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Nail, jr.', and ''now continuing as Secretary of the
Elizabeth. Robert; the only son of the groom's grandmother, Mrs. NORGE REFRIGERATORS .
.| pass-
daughter, Wilma Faye, have moved I Florida State Safety Council.
,V'. 1<\ Blackman April 4th.
od away at seventeen of Sunday, ,
to Belle,Glade. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cato years age. 1 Furniture and Home Furnishings
Tn 1928. Mr. and Mrs. Leydig came This is the third family wedding to
have moved into the house vacated DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREi '
i to Florida and established their home take place in Winter Park, the par-! "
by the Nails. i BUYS $1,000,000 WORTH OF FISH
i $
.. j I in Clewiston with their daughters, ents of the groom having been mar Household FurnishingsInc.

Mrs. H. B. Neighbors and children, I. :Miss Marion Leydig; and Mrs. Leah ried there, as well as his oldest. bro-
Washington, D. C., April 8 (FNS).
Irene and Hugh, left the latter part:I Spicer. The other;, daughters, Elizabeth ther, William G. Wallace. Caldwell .
Congressman Millard ll ad-
1. of the week for their home in Pen-: is now Mrs. 'F.' W. DeLozier of Miss Louise Watford of Okeechobee BELLE GLADE FLORIDA,
vises that the Committee on Appropriations -
sacola after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Connellsville, Pennsylvania. Thereare was Miss Chandler's bridesmaid,
of which he is a memberhas
E. J. Roger for two wee'ks. four grandchildren, Miss Betty while Lewis C. Wallace acted as, his '
approved a bill appropriating
-- Spicer, who is a sophomore at Flor-: brother's best man. The ceremonywas '
$1,000,000" for the purchase of sur-
Mrs. F. Deane Duff returned Sun- Ida State College for Women, Miss I performed by Dr. Arthur-Enyart,'
plus fish by the Department of Agri-
day from Miami where she spent several Roberta Spicer. of Clewiston, and Dean of Men at Rollins College., The
I culture, for distribution to flood sufferers -
days with Mrs. Richardson Selee. :Marion: and Billy, DeLozier of Con-. bride wore an ensemble, of' coronation Za/ti1OULA
I and relief clients. The author-
1 Mrs. Selee returned to her home in| lellsville, Pennsylvania.Fifty blue with white accessories and I

i i Belvoir, Virginia. I years of 'a; beautiful c familylife I a., shoulder corsage of bride's "roses ities be benefitted say that Florida materially fishermen by the will act. I

is 'an eventful achievement and and lillics of the \alley. After' wedding
It is expected that the fishermen, as
Mrs.' Foy Durrence is assisting in Mr., and Irs. Leydig well deservethe '' dinner in the dining hall at RoV
a result of the legislation, will re-
the First Banlt"of Clewiston duringthe congratulations which poured ; lins College the young couple left by cdl'e more' money for future catches. ;w'

I absence of Cashier E. L. Stewart,I Jin upon them on Monday. i I motor for Jacksonville, and will reside .

i! who is representative for Hendry!. in Hialeah.Mrs .

\ county and attending the sessionof :.MRS. PAFFORD HOSTESS AT I Alden is the daughter of Mr. FLORIDA MOTOR LINES FILES

the legislature in Tallahassee.. ISIHDGE ,CLUPI WEDNESDAY I and Mrs. H. L. Chandler! and was I II COMPLAINT AGAINST T. T. ,T. : 1U,

--- born in Okeechobee, where her fine

Friends of Mrs., O. F. Schiffli are Mrs. I. M. Pafford was hostess to I:character and lovely disposition' have Tampa, April 8 (FNS-That the' 1

delighted to learn that she is recup- the Wednesday bridge club at her made, her a host of friends.. section of South Florida, served exclusively -

crating from an appendectomy performed home this week.. Mrs. D. G. Alston Among the out of town guests ,at by the Tamiami' Trail

.. at the ,Good Samaritan Hos- won high score, and received 'a pair I the, wedding were the groom's parents Tours, Inc., is being injured ,by' the t t "

pital in West Palm Beach Wednesday of glass candlesticks and ,candles; ', Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Wallace, failure of the TTT to provide ade-

?, Mrs. J. W. ,Ezelle, holder of low Rodman, Wallace, and Miss Violet quate transportation service,_ is alleged IAT j rl

score, received a white pottery vase,I Halfpenny of Birmingham, Ala. by the Florida ,Motor Lines in

Mrs. Hubert A. Land and children, and Mis. B. G. Thomas, winner of an'informal complaint filed last week

Gene and Shari left Sunday to join the cut prize, received a:. 'sugar and PICTORIAL RECORD OF 'GLADES before the United States Interstate LJ

M : Mr. Land in Okeechobee where he cream set.Cake PARK TO DIE RELEASED SOON' Commerce Commission.The .
is associated withhe' U. S. Engi-
a fruit dessert and an iced FML asks that the Interstate
l neers. Mrs. Land has few ;
a drink were served 'to the, guests, 'Including Miami, April 8 (FNS).-A com; Commerce Commission either-,require ,
months here with her parents, Mr. '
: Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. 'T.: Bi: plete pictorial record of the. proposed I the TTT to provide adequate service Stop at thJiotelotcicla.
and Mrs. : C. Avant.
I Shelley, Mrs. K. Bowden, Mrs. L. C. I Everglades, National Park wilt'be i to that section of the state or

Miller and Mrs M. E. Yenawine. released shortly for national, distri- permit the FML to extend its serv-
Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Woodward had I
II bution through rotogravure' picturesby ice to those points.In .
t as their 'guests over the week-end I '
EASTER PARTY AT BEUNEll I the Department of the Interior, the complaint FML states thatit
and Mrs L.
i Mr. P. Woodward, Mrs.
HOME, FOR CHILDREN it w announced, with the arrival at
operates nine through schedules SECOND AVENUEAll
Stephen Carter and children of Or 312 S. E.
f. lando. Mr. Woodward's mother, Mrs. the, headquarters of Everglades 'Na- each way dally to and from Miami,
; (Omitted Last Week) tional Park Association of Fanning from Jacksonville, and thirteen schedules -
V. B. Woodward of Orlando
: accompanied Carline and Bobby Berner: enter-'''Hearon, director of the division of daily each way to and from Outside Rooms Withy
visitors and remained here
tained a group ot their friends and :i motion pictures.Accompanied Jacksonville and Tampa over three y :irate Bath
for a visit with her son.
ti playmates Saturday afternoon ,withan by George Grant, ace routes from Jacksonville, Tallahassee -
J. M. Falkiner; of London, Eng Easter' party at the home' of their cameraman or'the division, Hearon and Lake City. All operate in interstate -

land, left this week after spending I parents! Mr. and Mrs.- Carl E. Berner. will journey "into the more remote carrying of passengers, des Overlooking Biscayne Bay
; I
several months in Clewiston perfecting regions of the Park where they will tined to and originating from Bra-

his cane harvesting machine, I After ,the .Easter egg hunt on the take a complete series of stills, which denton, Sarasota Punta Gorda, ", Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and
which has been designed especially lawn, outdoor games were enjoyed will be released in response to the cliula and Fort Myers, the "au-I Business Section.

! Iti., for work in, the mucklands. He was I Cakes and lemonade; were served to, many inquiries as to "What does the served exclusively by TTT, and

e accompanied by his secretary Miss Margery and William McCracken, [Everglades National Park really look the interstate carriage so moving on RATES

Valerie Robinson. Dicky Schiffli, Charles and Rachel: like?" the mentioned twenty-tw schedulesper I

( (Miner, Richard Knight! Skippy Coth- Prior to their arrival here, Hear- day to and from Miami Tampa $1.50 Single

t Mrs. H. A. Bestor entertained a'f' ;'ern, Jean Yenawine, Kay Bowden, on and Grant, visiting Fort Jefferson entitled to adequate and sufficient II

f' few friends with an informal, tea ( Bobby Smith, 'Shirley Owen, Nancy new national monument on and St. Petersburg are reasonably $2.50 Double

Friday afternoon for Mrs. F; M. Ex- Wright, Jo Anne Crouch, Betty Mc- Garden Key in the Dry Tortugas interstate carriage by motor bus to :

' [ ley of Savannah, who spent a few Duffie, Gloria McDuffie, Mary Ellen sixty miles westward from Key West,I the mentioned lower west coast and I v Special Family, Weekly &

; I days here. Guests included Mrs. Fred Smith. Gene and Solon ,Mills, Patsy made 100 shots. They have also recently TTT points exclusively served by that Monthly RatesS.

Hill, Mrs.,' R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. H. Meredith, Harriet Als\on, Joe Schroe-i made a series of scenes at :company.
J. B. Schainberg, Mrs. W. C. Owen, der, Kim Kolstad, Virginia Turner, Fort' Marion, St. Augustine and in I The, complaint further states that D. McCREARY, Proprietor

i, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli and Mrs. F. M. Ronald Hare, Corrine VonMach and other national areas. i by the absence of suitable connections -
Wright, l Gene Laud. Copies of tho ,Everglades shots, I at Miami and Tampa, interstate








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BR I G H" T MARY SCHUMANN 1 1klBT.lk. DAY T HOU If teach, thou must: the be truth true wouldst thyself, 0 'I'

I Thy soul must overflow, if thou f

Another soul, wouldst reach 1 !
About It needs the overflow of heart "

To give the lips full speech. i
TAR j Inherited Overweight. 1

S Copyright by Macrae Smith O.. \,\/ HEN a patient consults a physician truly, and thy
WNU Service ,j jP I regarding a: reductionin 1

his or her weight one 0: the first Shall the world's famine feed: I
questions the will
physician ask is
Speak truly, each work of
about the parents grandparents. 'thine

XIContinued22 thing with a chance at advancement by reading Anatole France, and de uncles, aunts and cousins. If thereis Shall be a fruitful seed;
CHAPTER -something he'll never get wherehe Maupassant in the hope that I a "tendency" to overweight on Live truly, and thy life ,
? How is. "Speak to this Burns," she might go there some da>. I've the side of either of the parents, shall be '

"Up"so late, big brother coaxed, "just speak to him Won't seen most of my own countryIhad the physician knows that the weight A great and noble creed.

come? you do this tiny favor for me, hoped that, Europe would be reduction is likely to take time. -Horatiu: Bonar.
He turned from his introspective next adventure." Dr. R. Gurney.
thoughts. 'Lo, Kezzie. I He shook his head. "No, Kezia. Hugh examined the pictures, not I y;. Buffalo, in Archivesof
waited up for you. After midnight He's lucky to have work-if you from interest, but from the wishto Internal Medicine -

again? ." I'll have. to look after ask me. Tell him to take good respond. "It's not impossible at "Chicago. stud- Family RacketFor

you a bit. care of the job he has!" all-you and Kezzie might go next s died seventy five the past 99 years, a unique
If Kezia was annoyed she restrained stout, women in the
If I'd "You're heartless, she n.oaned. summer. She'd like it. racket has been in operation,
herself. "Sorry. "I'm going to ask Uncle John Ren- She shook her heac. "I woulan't outpatient department first by the father and now by the
known were waiting, %x of, the Buffalo
you she threatened.The leave ; a
shaw, you. son, on the river Nile near Luxor,
come sooner., monotonous days of Novem- "Nonsense-why not? Satisfy your General] hospital, Egypt. As each ship has passed

"Jerry noddedand"tossed?" her beretin ber dragged by with a preponderance wanderlust, Fluvanna!" 'with three points 'in "their point," they have rowed
She skies of chill of Her looked as if she were mind1) the fac-
"-' of eyes out and asked for a toll on the _
the air: caught it. "Chasing and club activities distant things. "I won'tplan tors associated with '
fog; church seeing basis that, through their psychic 9 I
dewy adventure"out at Brierlands. ..ahead. Time has : the onset of overweight I
orders slackened at the taught me
It?" started up; ) powers, they could either help or I
'Did ,you catch up, rush business the of that." Dr. Barton as compared
plant, started up on hinder a vessel on the remainderof
"Yes, but found it rather "Why not ? Would it to the same factorsor I
plan tempt
died down again. I its journey. In the beginning, I
after I did. I used to have a bet- in
circumstances occurring non-
Dorrie applied for a divorce on you: if I said I would try to come a i ship captains paid through fear. I
ter time- I the grounds of incompatibility. over and bring you home?" stout group of women; (2) the incidence I Now they do it through custom.-
Hugh smiled. "You mean when "Even that would be leaving or occurrence of overweightin .;
Hugh thought he was all ,bracedfor you Collier's Weekly. I
things are new-? the of the stout
for while. She parents groupas
it, but it came as a shock when -not seeing you a
"You get such a zip..out of them her voice became almost opposed to that in the parentsof
the papers were served on him, and paused; Dr. Tierce's Favorite Prescription is a
when they are new/She! sighed. again when he stared at the news- inaudible. "These days-are pre- a non-stout group; (3) the body tonic which has been helping womenof

"But the boys look down on you paper and saw their names linked cious to, me in a way you don't build of the progeny or children of all ages for nearly 70 years. Adv.

unless you accept ,things with together in the public .admission of know about, Hugh"CHAPTER -different matings with especial reference -
savoir faire. So you learn tc do it defeat. to inheritance,of build. Radiant Sunshine

whether you feel that way inside His mother made cheerful con- XII Fifty-five, women who ,were definitely i Those who bring sunshine to the

or not. Presently that is the way versation when he' felt like talk- not stout were chosen at ran- lives of others cannot keep it from
do feel-the kick all gone!" dom as "controls" (that, is, for com-
you themselves.. M. Barrie.
ing, served his favorite dishes at "You talked to him then, Beautiful '
'To get nowhere follow the him'nat parison because they were of normal -
the table. She accepted ?
crowd!' quoted Hugh. "I'd say Kezia's face assumed an expres- weight and build). These "controls" -

you were missing youth, Kezzie, were of the same age groupas
sion of silken discontent. "Mm.
when you sacrifice the kick. ButI'm the stout women and had prac- FOR EARLY
an aged thirty, not competent; tically the same number of opera-
"No results!
to judge!" 1 "None." tions and the same number of chil- MORNhi G HERD1OHES15t

Kezia stood over him, ran her "Comments?", ; dren operations and childbirth
his hair twisted a were named by both groups of.women -
fingers through "He crabbed about the, men the1'laid ;
as the time at which they noticedthe
lock between her thumb and finger.
off at the plant ancl had to takeon FOR 12
"Got the toothache, Hughie?" she all t work he said great i increase in weight. Others
as up; you in
that the increase
reported great ''' 2 FULL
inquired; softly. Burns whc hires 3E
should go to Kelly ,
came'on at puberty to
weight (14
"No worse than usual. "
16 of ) and others that it
years age
charred log broke in two, sent up. a
"Never mind. I expect you e -- FOR 2Sc
came on at the change of life (45
blue flame for a moment aroun, the best you could. Providence to '50 ,years of age)'., Demand and Get GenuineB1WE'1
the, whitened edges. He rose, put wasn't willing! It 'is-or i* isn't! the
When the "build" of parentsof
the screen around the "fire. "Timewe Sh .L we drive to Brookline? the stout. group 'and of the con- ASP R N

were going to"bed. I Too far? Cold?" trol group* investigated a differ-

"Mother gone? "Not much." Kezia shivered.. in the occurence ,of overweight -
"A couple of hours ago. "You might run up that''' window a is' noticed Y I
"Don't you want to sit here and I bit There-that's better." A Kingly Act ifj

talk to me?" ""Your brother doesn't like me, Many Had Stoat Parents.Of It is a kingly action, believeme

His left eyebrow lifted. "You can I but that," said Jerry, heroically, sixty-one stout womer whose to come, to the help .of those
be sweet at times!" "doesn't keep me from seeing whata family! history was easily investi- :who are fallen.-Ovid.

His eyelids twitched a little as he fine fellow he is! I hear it on all gated, twenty-six had: a stout mother -

gazed at the floor. "Kezzie, about sides-'Hugh Marsh-a prince of a, nine had a stout father, and fif-

Mother she had a pain in chap'!" teen had both a stout mother and a CARD VI

her arm before she went to bed. I "Hugh is pretty swell." stout father. In contrast to all this

rubbed it with liniment. I'm sure The car crossed a bridge with a stoutness in the family history, of In this modern time something

you could ,make things easier for rattling of planks and made a rather the 'forty-seven not stout patients wonderfully.worth: while can be done

her. She doesn't look well; this chugging progress up a hill. whose family history was also for practically every woman who

has been hard on her: Won't you "Cousin Gavin probably would I easily investigated, fourteen, had 'a suffers from functional pains of

look after her a bit? See that she have taken you in his bank," said stout mother, one had a' stout father, menstruation. Certain cases can be

doesn't overdo?' Your clothes, for //7/////AUid/dl/j l ,1 I l l i t L"'Y Kezia reflectively. "Didn't Lizzie and three had both a stout mother relieved by taking Car l1i. Others
instance. You really should see to he would?" and a stout father. may need a physician's treatment.
say I Car'dui has two widely demonstrated
"You're Heartless, She -
them yourself. "Once admitted Jerry. Thus in the non-stout group there
uses: (1)) To ease the immediate -
"Yes, I will," promised Kezia. Moaned. "Until 1 threw the cat in the was a total-of 38 per cent with pain and nervousness of

"And if she cpuld sleep,late, have urally without reference to his wife electric fan!" teased Kezia. either one or both?parents stoutas the monthly period ; and (2) to aid

her breakfast in bed? Couldn't you -just her son who had been away "Woman," cried Jerry with ve- opposed to 82'' per cent in the in building up the whole,system by

get up and attend to the orderingand from home for a few years and had hemence, "I'll-kiss you!" He suit- stout group. helping women to get more strength
running of the house?" returned. ed the action to the word swiftly. It is in the cases with an "inherited" from their food.

She gave him a dazzling smile Dorrie's name never crossed her "Now will you be quiet?" tendency to overweightthat

"I'll do anything you say, darling. lips. Instinctively she knew the "Like a mice!" She laughed and a physician is justified in using Persistence Wins

I know I'm careless, but I haven't throb which accompanies a name leaned possessively against his gland extracts. Where the excess Stubborn labor conquers everything -

meant to be selfish." She Clasped associated with fatality, realized, shbulder. weight is distributed all over the -Vergil.
of :
her hands around his wrist) leaned that Hugh's nerves had not grown Jerry's voice came to her with 'body, the thyroid extract may be

her cheek against, his ,sleeve. the protective layer which would seductive ,sweetness above the roar. help. Where the excess weight is

"Good, ," said Hugh relieved I His allow him to hear it without agita-.. 'of the noisy engine.' "It's you,: :over abdomen' hips and shoulders, S'tomauzflD' i tIJas.So ;
opinion of Kezia ran through. such I 'gorgeous, I'm' :'thinking,'of. I want'to ,with'forearms and lower legs slender -

infinite modifications. She was so tion.She showed him some colored marry you,- but how can we do the useof extract of the anterior' lEad} Seems

incalculable, never twice alike. pictures of French villages in a ,it on twenty-five a week?," :pituitary gland (the little gland ly- .

He felt a warming tender glow to- magazine one night.ul have the "You're so practical." ing on. the 'floor of the skull) shoul SO J3esfi1d Heart
ward her. wanderlust at heart, and I've always "A fellow has'to stop and think give.. stomach was so bad "
"And if I do that for you, will wanted to see France. Notre occasionally. I adore you,' precioustoo I "The could gas not on eat my or sleep. Even my ..

you do something for me?" Dame, the Seine, the Place de la much, to tie you, up to poverty : Planning Health and Energy. heart seemed to hurt.The first,A friend dose I suggested took- .ifI
"Name it," said Hugh without. Concorde, the Bois de Boulogneand Sometimes I think-" When th'e business man plans that brought me relief. Now I eat as I
thinking. I've kept up my school French (TO RE CONTINUED) his income will take' care of expenses wish, sleep fine and never felt better."
"Will :you get Jerry a decent job he' is said to budget, his financial -Mrs.Adlerika Jas.acts Filler.on BOTH upper and

in your pant, something with good undertakings. great many lower bowels while ordinary laxatives
pay and a future to it?" Man Behind House housewives work ,on 'or"use a budget act on the lower bowel only. Adlenka cleansing -
Viol ,Player Dog gives your system a thorough
Hugh gave 'a short laugh drew i putting aside so much .for rent, bringing out old, poisonous matter
away from her. According to Swing Musician's JargonThe for food, for fuel, for clothing, for that system you and would that not has believe been was causing!in your gas

"Please,, Hughie-please.'*. medical. and. dental. attention. and p-ains'sour stomach, nervousness ana
"So you were bargaining? grim gentleman who stands what they referred to as ''rock a,little- for- the savings bank.It headaches for months.
L. Shoub, New York,
Dr. II. reporltc"In
i, Weren't you concerned over 'your valiantly by his big bull fiddle and crushers,' 'gaspipes,' 'black sticks,' would seem then that it would addition to InttitinaJ cleansing, Adltrlkfgrtatlf

mother?" saws away, falls heir to one of the 'wo dpiIes,' 'grunt hornand 'iron'horns. be only good' sense if each and reducebocterto bowels and REAL colon cleansingwith bacilli."

,_ "That goes without saying:; But least gentle of the terms in thelCswing" .' every' one of us were to budget our Give Adlenka your and see a how good you

'; this means such a lot to me-you musician's lexicon. He "Now, Boss, please don't'l.et these health, our energy, so that we coulddo feel. Just one spoonful constipation.relieves At OAS all
and stubborn
can manage it!" who plays the bass viol, in other confuse you. They're ,nothing ,more all that was possible for our Leading Druggists.
f "A soft job with fat pay?" Any words, is more informally describedas or' less than 'accordions, trombones- I health or energy to do without rob-
l' job at all is scarce in a steel plant. bing ourselves and so causing ill
Being "behind the ,dog house, clarinets, xylophones;: tubas ,..and
J'. As soon as we can manage it we observes writer in the, WashingtonStar. cornet. Isn't that crazy? health and lack of energy. MpL SORES BOILS
r. take back our old men whom we "When the rehearsal for the 'jam Dr. George Crile in his book "Dis- ffToVm ATHLETE'S FOOT,BURNS.
\' laid off." eases Peculiar to Civilized Man" /V. SK CUTS.ndlTCHING SKIN
,; That, and. other studio expres- competition. which they Hold on
Kezia deep her shows how the insane desire for AT YOU*LOCAL DUG SIOKC<
i.; gave a sigh; eyes sions, have completely confused Columbia's each of these sessions, began, the \ 3 Oc.. fOSIfAlO M iml*.!roBOWSOM
all kinds which afflicts
swam in mist. "Oh, Hugh, yout speed "of
unofficial j instrumentalists forward
t aren't let and sometimes seems like to ruin \ CHO CAL .PIOOOCTS. Co
going to us down? I \\ \% JAISOHVILLI. IIOIIOABOWSOM'S
while completing a weighty one by one to play his 'hot lick' or
' ; counted on this rather mad generation, is 'the
k;; "Us?" work on broadcast slang, droppedin 'solo break, while the rest of the cause of such' well recognized ail Wu BALSAM

.:" "Certainly. on Bunny Berrigan's "Saturday band subsided into softer accom ments as ulcer of the stomach and

'1>; "Don't you see he's using you to Swing Session," where everybody paniment. These musicians weren't intestine, increase in the activityof

,'< help himself along? He wants you "let's go" with magnificent unrestraint called wind instrumentalists or the thyroid gland in the neck, e

tc ask me, your brother, for a each Saturday at 7 p. m. guitarists or violinists. They were i so that all the processes of the body CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
.... good position! Why doesn't he ap- He found himself in the midst ot 'pushers' 'whangers' and 'squeakers. I are driven at an increased rate of

e ply in the regular way-go state his the most flabbergasting radio jar- I speed, weakness of the muscularand
qualifications to Kelly Burns who gon, prepared a frenzied appendix I "As I left toward the end of the I nervous system, md ought

has charge of that?" U his report, tossed it on the edi long rehearsal ,session, I heard about the knowledge of how to cure

"Don't blame him. I thought of tor's desk one early 'morning. and Benny using the'plaintive plea: I these conditions by cutting the transmission ---

it." went away to catch, up on the sleep 'Please, boys. Please,' Legree between the brain and the BABY CHICKS

'..: "Doe he know you're asking he'd lost over it. His report follows': Berrigan was crying, 'Don't die on. I overdriven organs.

, me?" "Dear Boss: me.' The treatment is for the physician PAHKS': Pen Pedigree Barred Rocks
I "Ye-es." "When Bunny Berrigan, called by "I can't tell you any more aboutit to show the patient that it is direct ceitificate. $15.00 100. Other pure

He gave a shrug. his band 'Simon Legree,' or 'The now., Boss-anymore than I can I overspending of energy in.work or Less Rocks Ic Red added.. S8.00.Blood Heavy tested.MUS. assorted. $7.0J,

"He doesn't want a soft job." she Old Man,' marshaled his players tell 'you just what this thing called play that is causing the symptoms. L. M. HITCHING White Pond, S. C.

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I-I r
Legislature Met For '37 counsel for the ship anal authority locks were opened temporarily at I department $500,000 without impair- tional conventions may be elected in

of Florida, issued a statement assert- the time of the watercade, but arc ing the efficiency of the road build- plenty of time to attend them.

Session Last Tuesday ing that Markham's recommendations -. closed now while construction Is be- ing or maintenance; $ OOOO in the "Assuring your Honorable Bodies

I. I ing completed. They are opened at'I tag department; $50,000 in the bev- that I have- no pet legislation to of-

serve to emphasize the wisdom intervals to allow passage of boats. erage department; $50: .000 im the fer and no desire to dictate to you,

Tallahassee, April 8 (FNS)'.-, of the president ,in authorizing and The Engineer boat, Ribault, dock-. hotel department; $50,000 in the but in spirit of cooperation and as-
construction of this naval
Faced with the necessity of reshuffling -I beginning ed at Clewiston over the weekendand milk control board; $7,000: in man- sistance from the E .ecutive Depart-
| enterprise. "It is shown to be the A
the state's" revenue laws and': passed on through the canal to agement of the state racing commis- ment, whose office will always he .jjo'
most beneficial public work undertaken -
collecting procedure to meet increased Fort Myers en route to Tampa to sion," the governor said. open to you for any aid and inform-
; by this dministration,
state expense, members of the I lEuckman:i said. meet General Pillsbury, who inspected "I can safely say tInt I will save ation in carrying forward the great

6th Florida Legislature settled! the new waterway. this year practically ';l,000,000 in task before you I pledge you my sup-
week in the face'I I "I am confident that those who port at all, times and wish a
iown to work this management of all departments under you successful -
of a mandate by Governor Cone to have heretofore conscientiously op- Alston Attends- my supervision without effecting session cf the 1937 legisla-

provide ample funds for schools and posed 1 him in the matter, because of efficiency of these departments." ture in an effort to better the con-

old age pensions without imposing II lack of complete information, will The dition of the people of our great

additional taxes of any kind. I now support him, since it has been (Continued From Page One) governor contin led, "We can state", the governor included.

shown that completion of the project roles to file their applications with reasonably expect for 'he year 1.937

The legislators, with a general I is in the publio interest." the board of county' commissioners that the Income of the state of Flor- .
tax threat looming if they: fail ida from all Austria Honors V horses
sales sources Vi ill amount toat :ir:
to consideration of the
Tho canal, as proposed In the report 30 days prior
in other efforts to provide revenue least $48,000,000 which is All horses in Austria; which

for various state needs, had been repeatedly calls for an ,Atlantic and Gulf application by the pardon board. crease of about $4,000,000 an'in-I served during the \Vorld'war are to

told by Governor Cone that waterway 33 ft. deep and 400 ft. The voting to ask the legislatureto 1936, together with a ,reasonable' be decorated with a medallion and

he would vefo such a levy. wide, which would provide a rela- enact, a law providing'four-year business management of our state( receive 100 pounds of oats each

tively high speed ship canal at sea- terms: instead of two year terms for from the Society for the Preven-
the legislaturewas will show saving of about
Organization of a .$1,500-
level, cutting the time and distanceof county commissioners.The tion of Cruelty to Animals. ,
accomplished in separate senate 000 increase, and there is no real
steamship travel between New convention will hold its 1938
and house caucuses Monday night. reason why we cannot take care of
York and the ,Gulf very materiallywith meeting in Pensacola. The CafeteriaThe
Gillis of DeFuniak all of
Senator D. Stuart r expenses every state depart-
a resultant saving of millions cafeteria's first development
was installed as senate ment including the social security -
Springs pres-I of dollars in freight'rates.. It is, con- was in Los Angeles in 1905;
fdent, and Rep. W. McL. McDonald Spe'aksContinued without additional tax burdens at
sidered a most important national.defense but there were severa restaurantsof
as speaker of the houses this time.
aol.-sonville I project and some contend it this type in New Y rk and Chi !
of representatives in formal open-i Among other recommendations: i cago much earl f '
should be built for this reason alone. I
me- session of the legislature at noon I ( From Page One)
'- Proponents contend that it would result community action to provide the op- $10,500000; a year for public I I
Tuesday. "
in a saving of thousands annually -iportunity for every one to obtain the schools, with all possible aid given

,Governor Cone, emphasising econ- to ship owners now paid out for pleasure and benefits that come from to institutions of higter learning. ", i i'
Jeo and
virtually from the first to the Getting
omy : damage and losses due to hurricanes. recreational activities.The Annual audits of all departments. I a .
Irst: words of his biennial message, '
:Kiwanis Club presented a box Simplification of tax collection systems
,, >,eyed Tuesday afternoon, called II Getting f4hcadBy
j the legislature: for few novel- Sugar Season To- of cigars to Dr. D. Jenkins Williams, with compulsory returns on:f ,

,. the; way of lawmaking, but as this was his, last meeting as 'a] personal property.

,-,upon them the need of finding member of the Club. The gift was Aid to agriculture 'n comparisonwith I Floyd B. Foster I
(Continued mom page 1) ,
mewhere in the state's tax pock-: presented in grateful appreciation of the state's financial ability, i [I
dinner and dance for white
book a fund sufficient to pay old his splendid work in the Club duringhis with "reasonable and sufficient law. Vocational Ccuraelor: ,

age pensions.In yees of the corporation and their residence in Clewiston. The Club for the protection of the citrus industry International,Correspondence
friends. The barbecue will be served,
also designated Sunday, April 11th, including a strict green fruit'. Schools
the legislature began
addition, beginning at 7 o'clock, for two hours,i
Kiwanis "
as Night at the, Community law.
i i'I
the study of finding $10,500,000 2\ and will be followed by dancing to t I I
Church and requested all membersto '
Protection of highways from overloaded
:year or more for common schools of the music of the Hi-Hatters, a dance 'I
attend Dr. Williams' farewell ser- vehicles and for safety of The Qualities of Leadership
the state and providing approximately I
orchestra from the East Coast which
.the traveling public strict laws
$11,375,000 a year for expensesof vice.A. ;
has established enviable
state governmental units. an reputa- O. Ward, chairman of the fin- against drunken and reckless driving -, GETTING ahead in :jour job de-
tion in the Everglades.A I '
ance ,committee, reported that plansare ; greater power to the railroad capacity for' leadershipand
The state's assembly likewise had larger dance floor is being pre- being made with Mrs. Mary commission to enforce freight rates ability to "deliver the goods."

before it suggestions of the governor pared this year than in previous Hayes Davis for a benefit movingpicturE' on both railroads and highways. i I I Have you prepared yourself to
; hold down better ?
and the enthusiastic recommen- a job you
years as the attendance at this affair dates and final plans to be Improved conservation laws
game ; know
work well
to cit- your present so
.ation of municipalities give
has taxed the dancing space availableon announced later. with prohibition of further killing of that you can direct others indomg
of the state financial
and towns
s the ground floor of the
sugar I alligators. i it? Are you willing to assume
ud[ of some sort, preferably in a di- house. Present plans call for an arrangement ?
greater responsibilities
'26th LegislatureContinued Stricter law ,enforcement and simplified -
:rsion of the existing tax on gaso-
which will give a larger criminal procedure. If your answer is "yes" you
:ne. have a long toward solv-
open space. Ratification of the child labor gone way
Legislators pondered the questionof am-I ing the problem of, getting ahead.
During the hours of dancing a ( from page 1) endment. 1
But mental attitude and personality
finding approximately $1,000- short program of entertainment will age pensions and assistance for the Taking the "odd cent" of race are also important for theseare -
000 a year to replace the state'stare be given, the various numbers being. blind and dependent children, with- track wagers for the general revenue traits that are constantly in

i of slot machine license fees.Veteran given_singly between dances. out putting any additional tax bur- fund, with a portion to be used evidence and by them the employermust

legislators were almost unanimous Admission to the barbecue ,and den upon the people. for state advertising. to a considerable extent judge

in prediction that the 1935 dance will be by guest card only, and Specifically, the governor urged Repeal of the law authorizing a''! your ability to direct others wisely
slot machine licensing law with its .r and without
friction.In .
for legislative study: state school book ,
these will .be distributed to all em- depository, with
remunerative tax features, will be repealed contacts with an employer no
ployees of the United States Sugar!appropriations text books to be bought on consign- :
session. one should turn himself into
early in the a
Corporation, their wives, sweethearts' and establishment _of the ment by the state board of education. "yes man". Neither should he
First of the thousands of proposed go
and friends.Growers. "common ,pot" for all moneyin these Better business management of around with a chip en his shoulder
laws expected to be offered in the
appropriations by returning revenueto state institutions. just to show how independent he

legislature during the scheduled six- the general fund, with: each de- Retention of the emergency sev- is. If you think "yes" say so just .}
Ask For-
session will be in tIle hands of
t' day
partment, board and commission tak- enth cent gasoline tax levy, with am- as readily as you should say "no"if V

committees by the end of the week, ing its share of the fund. plification of documentary stamp and you mean "no". The man who

when legislative wheels will be operating (Continued From Page One) Careful analysis of all boards and intangible tax laws for fullest rev can ''do this displays the balanceand

smoothly.: ; bigness that is needed in busi-
SYMPATHETIC NATURE YOU commissions with a view to abolition enue.
": nate house I ness today
and committees or-
WILL SURELY APPRECIATE THE or consolidation to prevent useless- Financial assistance to municipalities -

op-ting [HARDSHIP OCCASIONED BY SU-"I ness, expense or overlapping of duI particularly with reference to afraid Some to men develop on the others way to up take are

GAR RESTRICTION AND WE ties. municipal highways which now re- their' place. If you have preparedno

Working forces of the legislature, TRUST THAT YOU WILL SEE Safeguarding against debts or obligations ceive no benefit of the gasoline tax. one to take over your present

including stenographers, typists, verifiers -! THAT WE ARE PERMITTED TO of any governmental department ''Homesteading of land now held by work, how can you reasonably expect -

and attaches of all types were i GROW) ALL POSSIBLE SUGAR control of all expendituresby the state for nonpayment of taxes. promotion when there is no
a; !mailer; at the opening of the one to
ses-: replace ?
WITH you Leadership
AMERICAN WORKMEN legislative appropriations, and Modernization of the state's pri-

.-.n... than in previous :years. Legisla- WITH AMERICAN WAGES.Signed collection of all license taxes on the I mary laws to make fraud and error demands the ability and willingness -
officials promised that the twos to train able assistants. i>
( ) basis of quarterly assessments by I I I impossible; changing date of state Thousands'

cuminum would of expenditure be operated for attaches.with a;jj.i E. BEARDSLEY, CLEWISTON, county tax assessors. I I primaries: from the firot Tuesday in to be employed are for always the ordinary waiting

;'FLA "I believe I will be ,able to save June to "any date between the 15th' jobs, but those who can lead travelan

I W. E. HOOKER, CLEWISTON, FLA the people of Florida this year in day of May and the first Tuesday in uncrowded highway that runs

Crop Damage Here- I M. H. CROUCH, CLEWISTON, FLA the management of ,the state road ''June".in order that delegates to na straight to success.


(Continued From Page One) G. B. McDUFFIE, CLEWISTON, '

crop on Ritta Island. FLA
Tne first car of tomatoes from this S. J. NEAL, CLEWISTON" FLA iEs-

section left Lake Harbor yesterday{! GRANK G GARLIN, CLEWISTON, YOUR CAR t; iLL EASILY ?

afternoon, packed by M. ,H. Crouch j i FLA -

for himself and J. E. Beardsley. ]:

Prices soared following the heavy I W. BEARDSLEY; CLEWISTON,

losses. On Monday best quality beans' FLA .
were selling for $1.30 to
$1.35 and
" more ordinary quality beans went : '
: sold. On Tuesday, reports are that I 1I "'
" FLA : : ,
''r'. at least one car sold for $4.00 per I I ARTHUR WELLS, BELLE.GLE..

hamper which did not even bring FLA .'- f ""
)1 : 'i
i,' n $1.25, offer Monday. While bidding
" for shipments may have run the price 1 I FLA {

;: up beyond the price 'I:
; warranted by1 W. R. HOOKER, BELLE GLADE, -4
conditions, it is safe to assume that ,I FLA

first quality beans will $4.00''
bring W. C. LORD, BELLE GLADE. FLA 1 ,
:: per hamper.. i %
( Effect of the loss of tomatoes at. FLAJ.

Palmetto, chief competing area, on I If \
prices is still unknown as there were!
no established FOB market for 1.. STUCKEY; PAHOKEE, FLA
ices this week. toma-I
".. Due to the loss by rainfall, ist I FLA

quite likely that no packing house'
will be operated in Clewiston for the FLA

!:,< spring crop'. Packing houses already I JOHN S.
: open at Lake Harbor will doubtless'serve FLA '

:< the growers in this I
I .
_ FLA -i.. :,
r Fla. I NI .I '
Delegates Do- E. G. KILPATRICK: CANAL. POINT ':.
I FLA I I :J.< ,

f; (Continued From Page One) I FLA GLADE, .' ,. :"-"; ,

be approved by congress." '! H. T. HOLLOWAY, BELLE GLADE, ; -r.J: ;;
June the ;
reason that the :
FLAW ....... .h,
House was unwilling to provide' ; .
funds for \ H. VANN, CANAL POINT FLAN. ,
construction al-
oaily begun by President
Roosevelt, .%
I") \\-.o had consistently advocated this FLA t1 : 7/f :

:::' ,(.t public work, was Iecause they

had not received a report from the Three Yachts Return- iA50U"t .
chief of engineers in responce to a: jj tHAt 6000 :

request by Congress in the Rivers (Continued from page 1)' utt+'o"ito INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR\
andHarbors bill of 1932." first of I wow . .
I the week for boats to pass .

Henry Holland, chief engineering J,through In both directions. These


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