The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00626
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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 16, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00626
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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..1.. MORE THAN 2,500 Ass't Chief of Engineers ORTONA LOCKS. I I. D. Leydig Honored I CLEWISTON SUGAR

I Here ,On Inspection Trip By Florida Presbytery


General G. H. Pillsbury, assistant
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I. D. Leydig, senior elder of the
to the Chief of Engineers, of Washington -
U.S. SUGAR, CORP.,I D. C., and Colonel Earl North, LIMITED SERVICEThe the Community Florida church Presbytery, was which honored con-by PREVIOUS RECORDSDescribing

district engineer for Florida, of Jacksonville -
IJ I --=-- I vened in Tarpon Springs this week.
J made of
an inspection trip
More than 2,500 persons attendedthe i the ,Okeechobee-Caloosahatchee project new lock at Ortona has ,been Mr. Leydig was elected Commissioner the harvest season just

Annual Harvest Festival stag- this week.Arriving sufficiently completed that it was to the General Assembly of the closed as "the most successful in the

ed by the United States Sugar Corp-I in Fort Myers from Tampa placed in limited service this 'week Presbyterian Church,' U. S. A., which history of the organization", J. J.

oration ,at the Clewiston Sugar the officials, joined by Captain and is being opened at 4 each after- convenes in Columbus, Ohio, May 27. Harrington, vice president and general -

House last night, and took part' in I E. Linkswiler of the Clewiston sub- noon to permit passage of boats !neither He will represent the southwest presbytery !:;- manager of the United States Su-

direction it. At other of Florida. Corporation, announced *
through produc-
the barbecue and dance which cele- office, made, the trip to ,Clewiston on
brated the closing of the sixth successful the district engineer's inspection hours and on Sundays the lock will This is a much coveted distinction tion figures which break all preced-

harvest of ,the corporation.The boat, Ribault. It was General Pillsbury's be, closed for the ,present. among the laity and it reflects honor ing records for sugar production in
Construction of the lock is 92% conferred up Mr. Leydig and the the Everglades.The .
ground floor of the sugar. first trip through the water: .
Community Church of Clewiston.
but there remains much
house was cleared for the occasion, route and he expressed himself as I grinding season was openedon
I' finishing work to be done, and the December 3rd and during thefour
and temporary counters and tables very much pleased with the project.
time' of eventual has
its completion
were arranged across one side for The party came up from Fort My months and twelve days which the
the serving of the barbecue dinner: ers Monday and spent, the remainderof not been announced.The sugar house operated 529,156 tons

,Approximately 1,500 plates were I the day and Tuesday on an inspec- waterway is proving of muchuse of cane 'were dumped into the mill,
Dr. Francis M. Fox, of West Palm
'and number of vessels
se-ved with delicious barbecued beef, tion trip over the entire levee pro- a larger and 295,170 bags of sugar were pro-
their than was anticipated at first is now Beach will preach at the Community duced. This tops the 1935-36 har-
/ left
pork and other foods. Amidst gala ject, and Wednesday on
surroundings the Hi-Hatters, 8-piece return by way of West Palm Beach. making use of the short cut across church Sunday evening at the regu- vest record by over 77,000 tons of
lar service. He will also visit the
( dance orchestra from the East Coast General Pillsbury was accompanied the state. A large number are pleasure cane and by over 57,000 bags of su

( provided' music for dancing' until a ,by his wife and their daughter, craft, but 'commercial boats are Lake Harbor Sunday school in the
I late hour. Miss Elizabeth., also finding the waterway of much: gar.The last car of cane for this sea

I Varying the form of program usedin service. Three newly completed steel son went through the mill at ,1:30on
i I barges were towed through the waterway -
the past entertainment this year Tuesday morning and the last

consisted of a variety of numbers offered OLD AGE PENSION this week en route from Mobile MAE HALL GIVEN LIFE bag of sugar for the season was'
Alabama where
they were con-
floor show style, announcedand weighed out at 10:20 Tuesday night.

presented over 'a loud speaker structed for delivery in Philadelphia. Each event was accompanied by the
EXPLAINED A 65 foot tug, Lapwing, had the IN PERJURY CASE
system, which carried every inflectionof CLAIMS blowing of mill whistle, and
barges in tow.A .
scores of employees who were watch-
voice and music to every cornerof
partial list of vessels crossingthe I '
ing when the final car of cane was
the huge space. The program .
--- lake via the waterway this week Mrs. Mae Hall, Arcadia dance hall
started at 9 o'clock with approxi; Procedure for filing of claims for and I proprietor, was sentenced Tuesdayto dumped threw into the hoppers, hats,
includes the Tarpon, with Mr.'
neckties and other small articles following -
mately fifteen minute intervals of the, payment of ,lump ,sums under the Mrs James E. Bartlett of Fort Laud-: life imprisonment for perjury.
dance music between the numbers. Federal old-age benefits plan of the Obe Hall her husband also the custom of the sugar industry ;
I erdale on board; the 90 foot Venetia, was given the world
I The program included "Good Social Security Act, surpassing in the Flavia of St. Petersburg with a life sentence 'two years ago on : over.

: Night, My Love", vocal solo, by Dennis simplicity any others, for similar use John W. Esmond and party on board, I his conviction here for killing Bill At the peak of the harvest season

,', Small. The Mad Scene from Lu- jet devised either for government or the Psaras with Col. Charles, P. O'- Dyess in a shooting scrape at Alli- approximately 3500 persons were em-

',,: cia, Operetta, by Jack McDonald and private business purposes, are out- Connor and party of Philadelphia, gator Slough. ployed in the industry and some 1200of

Mrs. Elmer Montgomery. Truckingand lined today by R. n. Donaldson, field these remain for employment the
and the 46 foot Skimmer with Glen Mrs. Hall was convicted in Sarasota -
tap dancing by the Benbow Jun- representative in charge of Social year round. Much: of the seasonal
Stewart Maine.
and party of Easton, county circuit court March 13
,' iors (two small negroes from the Security Board's office at Tampa. on a perjury charge growing out of laborers are returning this weekendto

Benbow Plantation). Violin Solo, Moreover, the board declared that WILLIAM G. CATE the trial of three South Florida cat- their permanent homes. A larger
i "All the World is Waiting for ti1et force of men remain at work at the
!;'fJ' when the claims procedures are in tlemen charged with the slaying of
: ::'k: Sunrise", by Ancil Holt. Vocal solo, full operation the adjudication of William sugar house for several days, clean-
G. Cate, 51, died at his Donald ,Norton in Glades county Feb.

I y ,::,_,,':,;' "L'Amour, Toujours, L'Amour", by I properly completed, claims: can be home in Pahokee Saturday followinga 2, 1933. Her attorneys said they ing, oiling and conditioning the ma-
f, chinery. Field forces remain all summer -
: Mignon St. Martin. Negro quartette,
accomplished with unusual dispatch 'illness. He would
long was associated take the case to the state supreme -
"Swing Low, Sweet Chariot", by the following their receipt>t in the Washington with P. M. Cate, dealer in growers' court. I'" for, cultivation and drainage
Jolly Four, and "Old Cowhand from Claims work.
office. filed .
; section. He was a brother of W. B. Judge W. T. Harrison, in passing
1 the Sugarland", guitar and song, by range from few'' dollars each to. one Cate of Clewiston and of P. M. Cate sentence, said the "maximum penalty The sugar industry in the Ever
Brooks Span. The numbers were announced hundred and five dollars. glades has rapidly become one of the
t.., :of Pahokee. Funeral services were of perjury under the laws of Florida '

I I, ': -i.'; by' C. Lo vJrn.! I ."A, ;simple form' ,has been ,devised held" and, burial made in Woodlawn' Is, 20 years,,,but where, such perjury -, state's majqr industries and has, attracted
: On Wednesday field events and' bv Cemetery West Palm Beach widespread interest, this year.
': the board for 'use of each of the Sunday. would send another person to
barbecues' hel'd each of the More than 12,000 visitors were
were on five different types of claimants "
his death the sentence may be life
and attended by laborers shown through the Clewiston sugar
plantations were -
Mr. Donaldson said. "Separate forms Imprisonment. In this case not only

il and their families. More than are provided for: (1) wage earners, WILLIAMS PREACHES one person, but three were involved." house during the grindingseason'

i 3,000 individuals attended these var- ((2)) widows or widowers, (3)) other Finis Williams, Lawrence Ford just closed. Last year's registrationof

,: ious events this year. Cash prizes close relatives, ((4)) executors or ad- visitors totalled 6,500, a figure
:! were awarded to wniners in the races ministrators and Bill Taylor were first tried for nearly doubled this year by the stea-
and ((5)
) guardians or FAREWELL
.. the of Norton last October
SERJ.ON murder dy stream 'of visitors from
contests, and other competitive committees. They ask a minimum of every
but the case ended in a mistrial. The state in the Union and foreign
events. In the afternoon baseball from two, to a maximum of 12 ques- many
".. games and competition in the finals three were tried again in Januaryand countries. Trained guides are provided -
.. R. N. Smith, elder of the Com- acquitted.
: > were held at Clewiston Townsiteand at the sugar house during visiting
"A sixth form, known as 'State- munity Church, made a short talk,
at Azucar, headquarters for the Mrs. Hall testified for the state I hours and the process of sugar mak-
ment of Employer' following the farewell sermon of Dr. .
a simple report -
'\ Eastern Division. in the first trial, relating conversa- ing is explained in detail as visitors
by the employer D. Jenkins Williams at services Sun-
giving only the tions she said she had with Ford and are shown each step in the process,.
All arrangements for the Harvest total amount of the day evening. Mr. Smith expressed
wages paid employee -
Taylor. In January, she testified for from the arrival of cane from the
Festival were in charge of a Harvest and the beautifully the deep regret with
employment period. the defense, saying all her earlier fields to the weighing of the bagsof
Festival Committee, including H. J.
which the church members and
Mr. Donaldson pointed out that statements were untrue. She told the I raw sugar.Tomato .
B. Scharnberg, S. L. Crochet, H. C. friends received Dr. Williams' resig-
one means of achieving simplicity In court Sheriff J. J. Wiggins of Glades
Kolstad: John Lucaa, M. E. Von ,
nation minister and he voiced
the claim procedure was by devising as D. ol
county, Attorney Roy Stubbs
I Mach and C. J. Lovvorn. Shipments Are
the feelings of the entire
a form for each type of claim instead Fort Myers and others had forced

I I of trying to use one form for all I ity in expressing appreciation for the her to turn state's evidence.
School Debate Scheduled We'ekShipments
.. types. splendid work which Dr. Williamshas Increasing Each
: Prior to sentencing Mrs. Hall,
f I :
done for the church, for the
Here For Monday NightA The board said forms are obtain Judge Harrison had denied motionsfor
town of Clewiston and other neigh-
of tomatoes from the
I able, and that assistance in executing -
.', boring communities.The a new trial presented by her attorneys Clewiston-Lake Harbor area continues -
I i them is available, at any one of '
debate, to which the public is its 12 regional offices and 111 field Kiwanis Club, of which Dr. W. D. Bell of Arcadia and with increasing quantities going

cordially invited, will be held in the offices now open at' strategic points Williams is a member, attended the Watt Lawler of Fort Myers. They but each day. Four carloads were
services in a body. Special musical 'shipped Tuesday, three for M. H.
Clewiston school auditorium Monday throughout the United States. Forms said they would file a writ of error on

night, April 19th between debating (Continued on Page 8) numbers by the choir included a solo, immediately. Crouch and one for ,J. E. Beardsley,

i teams from the Clewiston and La- "My Redeemer and My Lord",' by R. -, and the increase is expected to con-

Belle schools. N. Smith. Other numbers were ,a tenor tinue through several weeks.
solo with chorus obligatto, "Seek rains often
rr Damage to the crop by
Bob Patterson, Ed Clark and Jim- --
Ye 'The Lord", by F. M. Wright and days and two weeks ago was
; mie Hall of Clewiston will present The Clewiston Community Church The Parent-Teachers Association
a trio 'The Lord Is In His Holy Temple" about 40 %, as reported last week.
,I, arguments for the affirmative side of choir, which is .gaining an enviable meeting, originally scheduled for to-
sung by F. M. Wright, R. N. This leaves quite an acreage to be
reputation in
this section will
the question: "Resolved: that military singa
Smith and J. E. Beardsley. day will be held next Friday afternoon All
harvested in this vicinity. ship-
t training should be compulsory program of sacred'music In Canal
for young men between the ages of Point Sunday evening at a joint serv- Three new members, Mr. and Mrs. in'the high school auditorium ments will be handled through pack-

I j 18 to 20." The' LaBelle school will ice of the '''Methodist and Baptist H. C. Jones 'and Edwin Ward, were. New officers will be installed and ing houses at Lake Harbor, as it has

send its best team to defend the neg- churches. received into the church. I la full attendance is urged. been definitely established that no

I ative side of the question. The Community Church, at a recent packing house will operate at Clew

A gold medal will be awarded to JOINT PjIRTHDAY PARTY business meeting, elected I, M. :MRS.! SCHARNBERG HONORS: iston this season. "

the best debater and prizes, will be FOR CHILDREN SATURDAY Pafford as elder to succeed Grover VISITOR WITH BRIDGE PARTY It is' expected that by next week

given to each, member of the winning I Poole and A. W' Sias as elder to there will be shipments of severalcars 1

team. Bill Owen, jr., is 'chairman Larry Knapp, jr., and Margie Mc- succeed himself. Three deacons, F. Mrs. Ii'. Edward Bryant of West daily.: Prices have been improving .

of the debate. Cracken celebrated their birthdays M. Wright, B. E. Herring and W. W. Palm Beach, who is the guest of her daily, and while'it is assured ,that

There will be no admission charge with a joint party at the home of Perry were elected, and five trustees, daughter, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, was I good prices will prevail, there is some

and, all friends and patrons of the Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Knapp on the Miss Marion Leydig, W. C. Prewitt' honor guest at a bridge party given I I question as to whether locally pro-
Mrs. Josephine Wright, W' C. Owen duced tomatoes will command a top
school are urged to attend. government reservation Saturday. yesterday afternoon by Mrs. H. J. B. .
i Outdoor games and contests en- anti O. ,A. Jones were also elected. F. Scharnberg.Mrs. price due to the quality.LIXJffi'I .
M. Wright elected church treasurer '
Brown Transferred To tertained the children for a delightful -r was M. M. Prewitt won high score
Mrs. Joseph Robbins, financial RS
afternoon. Birthday cake, ice prize, Mrs. W.,.C. Owen, second high ANNIVERSARY
secretary and Miss Mary Markette, WEDDING
cream and novel favors of candy and Mrs. Judson Francis low score
Palm Beach OfficeMiss secretary to the board of trustees.
,were served by Mrs. Knapp and Mrs. prize. Mrs. Bryant was rememberedwith Captain and Mrs. G. E. Linkswiler -

McCracken. a lovely guest prize.A .
JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET entertained a few friends at bridge
Leo Willingham, of Moore Enjoying the birthday celebrationwere EVENT OF NEXT WEEK. delightful salad course with Friday evening, the occasion being
Haven, has been placed in charge of
Jean Yenawine, Rachel Miner, cream puffs and coffee was served to their fifth wedding anniversary.

I the Clewiston office of the Florida Corrine and' Eleanor VonMach, June The annual banquet at which the Mrs., Bryant, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Guests included Mr. and Mrs. F.

a State Reemployment, Service ,succeeding Colyer, Shirley Moon, Nancy Wright, Junior Class honors members of the Mrs. Owen, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs.F. C. Ow-
'" B. F. Brown who has been Deane Duff, Mrand Mrs. W.
,- Ann Prewitt, Shirley Ann Owen, Betty Senior Class will be given at the Deane Duff, Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs. A. Bestor.
en, and Mr. and Mrs. H.
transferred to the West Palm
Beach I -e Carol Flaniken Mrs. Prewitt Mrs G. E.
Patricia Ann and Clewiston Inn next Friday evening. Francis, by Mr.
office. High score prizes were won
I Joan Linkswiler, Emma Ezelle, Mitzi I Smith, Mrs. E. C. Mills and Mrs.
Miss Willingham has been assIst- Knapp, Charles Miner, Solon Mills, Miss Hazel Prince, Miss Iola War- Fred Henricksen.Mrs. and

ing in the local office for more than Junior Raines, Kay Bowden, Bobble mack, Miss Roberta George, EdWard

a year and previous to her employment -. Smith, Richard Knight, Billy Broad- Jack Kinsey and Halson J. L. Scott of Weirsdale is R, E. Kurtz ,of Fort Myers was a

,here, was in the Moore Haven foot, Bevoly' Flaniken and, William Avant: attended a midnight show In spending several days here visitingher business Visitor' in",,. Cle'lston'Thursday. ',

office, McCracken, jr, Belle Glade Saturday.. sister" Mrs.,, Gratton- .. George, ', ., H7' :- _'

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Haste Versus Hurry f!
JWV A Mirror Brightens -'Many I whites together. Stir in ths vege-
There is a distinction between I housekeepers have found that a tables. Add pepper and salt. Put
haste and hurry-hurry adding to hanging mirror will often brightenup in greased baking dish. Cover

rapidity the element of confusion. Edward W. Pickard a dark corner. with grated cheese and bake in
than By
deeds scarcer
Good are
hot oven ten minutes.
bad .ones, but one evil act will (-?)) Western Newspaper Union *
Use Baking Sheets Baking
keep people talking longer than a powder biscuits and cookies rise Useful Velvet-If you are mak-.

hundred good ones. Reserve Board Supports questionable precedents. or uncer- better and brown more evenly on ing anything of velvet do not
mind deserves "
companionship A trained of a cultured Government Issues I. tain reasoning. baking sheets than they do in throwaway the pieces of. materialleft

bonds pans. over. Save them for using as
heart. PRICES of government .* polishers for
I Miners' Strike Ends and your black-leaded
in disturbing .
the declining a
of great pow-
Peace, to any administration Scale Is Signed A Supper Special-One cup left. stoves and for your shoes. You'll
involve :its own dom- manner, and the Wage
ers, seems
to check coal miners over cooked vegetables, four eggs, get a real mirror-like shine on
the others. decided to do something were
ination ,
over BITUMINOUS half-teaspoonful salt, dash of both 'if you rub them with velvet
The expectancy of youthis r the slump. The open one day, for the pep-
eager tr per, half-cup grated cheese. Break after the usual polish has been'
the source of so much enthusiasm f market committeeof new wage scale, providing an $85-
for a better world. the federal reserve 000,000 increase of pay for' the 400- the eggs and beat the yolks and applied. WNU Service '

Retribution '' system discussed 000 men,. was signed by representatives -
';, s the matter of the operators and the United.
Observant men have made up ;cif;' rr' all one day, and Mine Workers of America. Of Present HelpersGive Value of Time

their minds. to this: Retributiop '" 'yi next day President course the consumer will have to the help you are able to Know the true value of time,

is seldom, adequate.A Roosevelt, Secretary pay for this wage boost. Charles give now rather, .than wait for the snatch, seize, and enjoy every
man of culture ;s respectedfor }' of the Treasury O'Neill, president of the United moment of it. No idleness, no
it. Don't be afraid of acquir- K'r & Morgenthau and Eastern Coal Sales corporation and greater gift you hope to bestow.by laziness, no procrastination; never I

ing it, only be sure of getting Chairman Eccles of chairman of the operators' delega- and by. If the poor widow had put off till tomorrow what you I

enough.. the reserve board tion at the conference, said the,cost waited to cast more into the can do today.-Earl of Chester-
-.t held a long confer- of bituminous coal at the mine treasury when her fortunes improved field. '"

Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are an Secretary ence. The result was would go up at least 25 cents a ton. she" never would have -

effective laxative. Sugar coated. Morgenthau this announcement: The miners won a raise of 50 centsa wen that commendation of the Geii (!>

Children like them. Buy now!-Adv. "With a view (1)) to exerting its day, but lost their demand for' a Master which has come down ;. Tonight rub,your child's

influence toward orderly conditionsin 30-hour week. The 35-hour week, or through the centuries. 'S i4 chest and throat with
Talent and Genius the money market and (2) to 7 hours a day and 5 days a week, Penetro Helps loosen
Talent is that which is in a There, may be far greater need '
facilitating the orderly adjustmentof which was in effect under the old / tightness and congestion.
man's power. Genius is that in member banks to the increased contract, will remain. Also the men foi that help you can give now ( TN OLD( ,S.SN/ON0 LV( WITN MUTN A BSI SVCT Ow

whose power a man is.Lowell.CiasFtflpate reserve requirements effective May failed to get two weeks' vacation than 'there will be for your greater -

1, 1937, the open market committeeof with pay and a guaranty of 200 assistance at, some later time.

the federal reserve system is pre- days of work a year.

pared to make open market pur- The strike in the Ford plant in

chases of government securities for Kansas City came to an end and

30 dears the account of federal reserve banksin the members of the '''United Auto-

"For thirty years I had stubborn such amounts and at such timesas mobile Workers were boasting of
Sometimes I did not go PLEASE
constipation. awful may be desirable. gaining a victory over the imper'
for four or five days. I also
gas bloating, headaches and pains in Purchase of government securi- turbable Henry.. But the advantagethey
the back. Adlerika helped right away. ties in the open market by the ''fed won was slight and temporary,
Now I eat sausage, bananas, pie, any
thing I want and never felt. better. I eral reserve banks-they now own and the battle with Ford is yet to
sleep soundly all night and.enjoy life." $2,430,000,000 of government bills, be fought. '
-Mrs. Mabel Schott. \
and bonds-will create re-'
'If you are suffering from constipation, notes
sleeplessness, sour stomach, and gaB serves for the member banks, and
bloating, there is quick relief for you Three'Cornered Contest
action "In thus make it easier for them to
in Adlerika. Many report
thirty minutes after taking Just one meet the May '1 banking reserve in- Coming' in Oil Fields
dose. Adlerika gives complete action, HERE is to be lively
bowel tract where ordinary crease, without reducing their hold- T going a
laxatives your do not even reach.Dr. ing of government securities. This three-cornered struggle in the .o o s
H. L. Shoub, New York, report should make money easier. southwestern oil fields. The C. I. 0., .y
",. addition to intestinal cleansing,AdlerikaCheck1
: the growth: of intestinal bacteria *n& The security and commodity whose plans in that direction were GAME CARVING SET L

colon Give tociOj." bowels a real cleansing markets were,given a rather severe mentioned in this column not long l ,.
with Adlerika and see how good you jolt by the President when he told ago, has begun the campaign to or-

feel.and stubborn Just one spoonful constipation.relieves At GAS alt the correspondents that prices of' ganize the workers in the Texas for only 25c with your purchase =.F ; x i'Y'

Leading Druggists. durable goods, especially steel and field. Harvey; C. Fremming of "'
copper, were too high and that it Washington, president of the Inters of one, can of'B. T. Babbitt'sNationally -

and Contentment1' was time for a shift in federal expenditure national Association of Oil Field; Known Brands of Lye ._. =
Duty from them so as to spreadthe Gas Well and Refinery Workers and
Be sure no man was ever dis- Lewis is incharge
national income more evenly.He close friend of John
contented with the world who did said that instead of spending fed- of' the operations. A rival This is the Carving Set you need address and 25c to B. T. Babbitt,

his duty in it.-Southey. eral funds on steel bridges, huge movement for members and prestige for steaks and game. Deerhom de- Inc., Dept. W.K., 386 4th Ave., '
cement dams and similar perma- will be started in a few days sign handle fits the hand perfectly. New York City. Your Carving Set .
and fork tines made of will reach
Knife blade
you promptly, postage
relief by the A. F. of L.
FOR CUTS nent projects, government fine stainless steel. Now offered for paid. Send today while the supply
spending should be diverted as far Gov. James V. Allred of Texas only 25c to induce you to try the lasts.
MoRoLIN E(I to construc- has given notice that he will use
as possible dredging, brands of lye shown at right. OFFER GOOD WITH ANY LABEL
tion of earth dams, and other proj- "every resource" against .sitdownstrikes Use them for sterilizing milking SHOWN BELOWI
SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY ects which do not draw on durable' which he declares are unlawful machines and dairy equipment. sr"

goods. and un-American. added: Contents of one can dissolved 17 G1AH1 ;=
Division "My investigation convinces me gallons of water makes an effective, i

Spilt water cannot be gathered that"sit-down strike organizers have inexpensive sterilizing solution. LvE fAil
Chinese Proverb Florida Ship Canal invaded Texas. Sit-down ,methodsdo Buy today a can of any of the lye
up.- : send -
brands shown at right. Then
Bobs not represent the desires of an
Up Again of the can band, with your name and Rod Devil Giant Red Seal Star
overwhelming majority organizedlabor
HAT Florida ship canal project,
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Miss t which would cut the state in in this state. iSTO 4' '

two, has come to the fore again :

REE LEEF and probably will have to be foughtout Radicals Stage SitDownin
once more in -"'t
Minnesota Senate
: Two ; .' .' .': '
says congress. reports .
on the matter J r.:' ;... .9)"'. ''., N' EARLY 1,000 Farmer-Labor "I was a sucker

have just been filed. f ..< -<.::" ,. zealots, apparently inspired by bet I wouldn't shave
remarks of Gov. Elmer A.
"CAPUDINE One, from Maj. Gen '">::. ..,," ,? pointed until had to
Benson, began a sit-down siege in again you
Edward M. Mark- : .r.: the ,Minnesota state house in an buy another Quart ..
relieves ham chief of :f': '' :; < ..
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engineers < j
I./ : ; : ;.. effort to force, the state legislatorsto of Quaker State!"

HEADACHE of the army, 'Jh...::",1';.,... ".... :.7,.: enact Gov. Benson's program to i r.r.
says the federal :f< }' -/J soak, the rich and petition congressto
quicker because government would fWWPt"l ,'
pack the Supreme court of the .
be justified in com
United States.
it's liquid... pleting the project ;tat They chose the senate chamberfor 1

a&edy&uolved- a cost of $197- Gen. their legislative demonstration.They .
The other Maj.
921,000. ,
chose this chamber becausethe
from the river and
senate, conservative in its eco,
board the canal is eco-
nomic and political makeup, suc-
Great WealthHe nomically unsound. cessfully has balked the governor'sradical
who owns the soil owns up Neither report was made publicat program. The house has

to the sky.-Juvenal. once, but the War departmentsaid been more pliant.In .
General Markham recommended
their sitdown siege the lobby-
an Atlantic-Gulf waterway 33 ists had the apparent blessing, if "
Women Young or Older feet deep and 400 feet wide.
not the indirect encouragement, of
The canal started once by
Mrs. Lillie was
Price of 1162 Governor 'Benson.
Neill St". Columbus, Ga., President Roosevelt, but in 1936 con-
said: "Following an illness v r\l ;fti 0.ry'i.v.s-?' !ir;
,; t., I. had no strength. Dr.c gress failed to appropriate addi- : ,:.ta. .5.vtrF ,rrG.yx at $.>a,> }Zr .};r>,,v.rr /oS.vf..ca SwYrr.w.rw aa+:uoasb
Marks America's v.y ra6akav.cct wr S $daeav.b rm n hrraWW
PIerce Favorite Prescription tional money and work was stopped.The A'rmy Day
.;; was recommended tome in the
fight congress against Entry Into the WarROCLAIMED
'n_ as a tonic and it cer .
;,/ tainly acted promptly. I funds was led by Senator Arthur H. by the President I. x,,,, ,
, P ::: :;,
.{, "' soon to improved tike It. after My appe-starting Vandenberg who contended the giant congress and all governors, r1

". tite strength.was I increased also took and the thru'Prescription'this I gained before ically.seaway was unjustified econom- Army day was celebrated throughout :; co FARTHE& r.fil

the birth of my daughter as a tonic and it the nation on April 6, the twen- IHitifgq
: helped me so much." Buy of your druggist tieth anniversary of America's entrance
today. Tabs. SOc Liquid $LOO & $1.35. {d BEFORE YOU NEED A QUART i
I Ir.
. into the World
r.:. I Trial Without Jury The keynote of Army day, according .h) % i}W t

Worms: cause much distress to children and Upheld by High CourtI to Rear Admiral Reginald 1'yj':
anxiety to parents. Dr.Peery's "Dead Shot" I N A decision denying the right R. Belknap, U. S. N. retired, gen-
removes the cause All DruggistsDrPeeru's with a single dose. 60c. I of trial by jury in criminal cases eral chairman of the day, is "Peace

where the maximum punishment is through preparedness."

not more than three months in prison "We who have seen the terrible

the Supreme court divided 7 to 2, destruction wrought by war want to Try the"First Quart"test Drain
with two justices whom the New do all in our power to avoid another'war
Vermifuge Dealers most frequently denounceby ," he said. "The best way to do and refill with Quaker State. See 4

Wrights Pill Co.. 100 Gold Stroot. K. T. City name coming to the defense of this, we believe, is by having a how far you'go before you have to

human liberties. strong, well-trained, wellequippedarmy add the first quart. That's-because
I Justice James Clark McReynolds, and navy. So strengthened,
:( WNU-7 15-37 who has held against the New Deal an aggressor nation will think twice there's an "extra quart of lubricationin \

I in all except two important cases, before trying to draw us into war." every gallon."And remember. .

"I I SLEEP wrote the dissenting opinion in the The best way to achieve this pre .the oil that stands up longest is
A LOG""When jury trial case, and Justice Pierce paredness, he added, is by carry-
r}., rheumatic nervous aches excitement,indigestion gas pains or Butler, author of the opinion in- ing out the provisions of the National giving your motor the safest lubri-
keep mo awake and ucsi i
RADWAVS; ; READY RELIEF. This many-uso use validating New York state's mini- Defense act of 1920, in appropri- cation. The retail price is 35jf per

Liniment Warmth! Works-Cannlnato Wonders.contains It helps no narcotics me to relax and and its mum wage act last year, concurred ations, personnel, material and I quart. Quaker State Oil Refining
drift with dclldooo drowsiness into dreamland" with him. The dissenting opinion de- training. He also urged continuingthe
writei W. I. Willis of 22 E. Sth St., N. Y.City Oil City Pa.
;' Only So at your drnartrist. For free wimplo WTIr clared that "constitutional guaran- ,navy at full treaty strength, ,
"206 FS Centro St.. New York City. tees ought not to be subordinatedto fully manned, actively trained and

convenience, nor denied, ... upon with an adequate trained reserve. *



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THE CLEWISTON NEWS. FRIDAY, APRIL 16, 1937"Quotations" ,


Foreign Words
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IMPROVED In Strength and Phrases :THE CHEERFUL CHERUB: "


m' V OH! TO be strong!d.. .. .. -t;. I h ve i. very
An adequate revival of international g Each morn to feel Polisson. (F.) A rascal. .

l trade will he the most pow. SUNDAY LessonBy A fresh delight to wake to.. Au grand serieux. (F.) In dead lonesome li'e.( .

erful single force for easing ,politi life; ly earnest. The friends Ive. .
cal tensions and averting the danger; To spring with bounding pulseto Latet anguis in herba. (L.) A .'
of war.-Cordell Hull. bean, of the Moody Bible Institute meetWhate'.er snake lurks in the grass. % never met I miss'
Morals, which change so slowly, of Chicago. Nuit blanche. (F.) A
Western Newspaper Union. of work: of care, of ,sleepless It Kelps workto -
like clouds be. my
:: arc ,hanging today strife night. .

fore the wind.-Will Durant. Day brings to me. Sui generis. (L.) Of its own Feel this way
The great scholars of the world Lesson for April 18 kind. I write

F' arc the captains of the modernworld's o H! TO be strong! Vient de paraitre. (F., ) ,Just pub- sad poems

army Butler of progress.NiclJolasMurray THE EFFECTS OF ALOCIIOLIC Each night to sleep '' lished, or, just out. times like

BEVERAGESLESSON The dreamless sleep that Ut supra. (L.) As above. tKis.
I stand sad expression
on someone's cannot face.a I wish to see ever health can give; Maladie du pays. (F.) Home- RicCprln B

'one happy, smiling and enjoying TEXT-Genesis 13:13; 19:23.25; No weary ache, no wearing sickness.
) '
himself.-Ignace Jan Paderewski. Deuteronomy 32:31-33; Proverbs 232932.: pain- Mieux vaut tard que'jamais..

Any woman who likes it could GOLDEN TEXT-At and the last like it an biteth adder.likea Ah, then, indeed 'twere joy (F.) Better late than never: Uo
i be a successful explorer.-Mrs. Martin Proverbs serpent 23:32.PRIMARY to live! Ab initio. (L.) From the beginning -

Johnson. TOPIC-A Man.Who Had First WNU Service.

JUNIOR TOPIC-The Way of Woe.

Most ConsiderateAs
What Science Says About Alcohol.
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC I. Crocheted Party DressPattern the sword of the best-tern- ,;
/ly 7watariteBy The 'Scientific Basis of Temperance. pered metal is the most flexible;

so the truly generous are most
The American people are alert to pliant and courteous in their be-
711 the forces which threaten the bulwarks Pattern 1388 contains directionsfor havior to their inferiors.-Fuller. .
MclaughlinMarshmallow to take intelligent and effective 8 (all given in one pattern) ; an
illustration of it and of all stitches
them when
filt. action against .< THERE ARE
used material
I fully aroused to the danger. The ; requirements.Send '
Sweet r' NO SPIDER-
of evil know this to be 15 cents in.stamps or coins ;;
Boil some sweet potatoes. Mash true powers and are careful to avoid any- (coins preferred) for this patternto : >. WEB CHECKS
and mix in little and a
a cream
The Sewing Circle N Needlecraft '
attention to
thing that directs our IN MY
I good-sized lump of butter. Placein under Dept., 82 Eighth Ave., New York,
what is constantly going
a baking dish and bake, until N. Y. FURNITURE.PROTECT .
is one
The liquor
brown. Remove and cover top /' t Write plainly pattern number I IT
of our nation's most serious prob- j + ,
marshmallows into the Y roN '
with put
; I and address. ;
results of your ,
lems. The devastating .. BY USING
oven again and just let them get a <
in- .
the widespread sale and use s. ::
rich brown on top. ONLY GENUINE
will be known as
toxicants only
CopyrlRlrt: .-WNU Service.
I i I Christian men and women unmask A Make the NameSt.Joseph" L1.! ? -CEDAR
this wicked business poses
under the banner of congenial and 1 POLISH

pleasant living, and proudly pointsto Your Buy-word"When You Want
its recognition by the govern .

: ment as a legal enterprise.The 1388 GENUINE PURE ASPIRIN

I! facts are available through \> World's Largest Seller atJOf

various temperance organizationsand She'll be proud of this dainty,

in such books as "Alcohol and crocheted frock, in a clover leaf i ,.i3) '
!I Man," by Dr. Emerson of Colum- pattern. In one piece, gathered toa These AdvertisementsGive

t bia university The Sunday School contrasting ,yoke, it's effective .
lessons for 1937 present four oppor- You Values
TRADE MARK REG..c in string'! or mercerized cotton.
tunities to bring the matter squarely -

before the adults and children

. r. .f who are i in our Bible Schools. We

have already (Jan. 31)) consideredthe

',,: biliousness stomach economic problem, and will
sour ,
,', later deal with intemperance as a
bilious indigestion, flatulence social and moral evil. The lesson :

; and headache, dueto for today affords a special oppor-

constipation. tunity to touch on the scientific I DOWN WITH 'OHM07HER.SEE HERE,

lOc and 25c at dealers side, presenting intoxicants in their I OH,WHAT HAPPfNESSCOME / SEE THE D06 I BOUGHT YOUNG MAN-
true light as a poison. Look 'up A MESS/ ON, WITH THE MONEY UNCLE I WILL Nor

the word "intoxicate" in a good LOOK.. EVEN"lHECHfDREN GLOOMS NED GAVE ME8UTMARV / HAVE A DOG

1 Toleration dictionary and you at once have a r1; 5 LET'S GET AROUND TR'SHOUSE' .1
@ The only hope of preserving a ARE HAPPY! 61. THOSE
picture of what beer, wine, and
I lies in. the j l
what is best practice jI Joys
whiskey do to the human body. !' (4i122YGtp
of an immense charity, a wide ji I A4,.
The Christian approach to any I { MS
I tolerance, a sincere respect for consideration of the matter is by i
I opinions that are not ours.-P, G. is 0r
recognizing that man a spiritual -

Hamerton. being, dwelling, in a physical body. 7

I. We Live in a World of Moral .r

Responsibility (Gen 13:13; 19:23-25): .
Do about
t something
is' careless drifting 0
,I II I Life not a

Periodic Pains from day today, from pleasure' to

: Take Canlni for functional painsof pleasure, into sin or not as 'one 0

menstruation. Thousands of women -may choose, with no responsibilityfor

0 testify it has helped them. It one's actions. Man was createdin .

f Cardui doesn't relieve your monthly the likeness and image of God.

discomfort, consult a physician. He possesses the power of choice.He .

I Don't just go on suffering and put knows right from wrong. If I

I F off treatment'to prevent the trouble. he chooses to do right he has all you T AKE THAT DOG ( ...

? Besides easing certain pains, Car- the resources of the omnipotentGod I A\V<3EE, RIGHT BACK WHERE WHY CAN'T HE WHy DON'T yOU \
dui :aids in building the whole to call upon as his strength and
up !
But if he'chooses to turn his
system by helping women get
IS A ?
back God and Christ and
I more strength from their food. upon upon ,
Cardui is a purely'v'egetable medicine to go into the ways of sin, let
which you can buy at the drug store and of .. KEEPHIM Boy SHOULD NERVOUSNESS111ATHAVE
him be sure that there is a day .,?
r take at home. Pronounced "Card-u-i. /
judgment to come from which he DOG'S BARRING

1 r t tr Jr shall in no wise escape. The destruction WOULD DRIVE ME

of the wicked cities of the CRAZy/

r SMALL SIZE LARGE SIZE plain, terrible as it was in itself, veo
60c S $1.20 is but a prophecy of judgment to

i r come. See Luke 10:10-12.

r I I9gp1 II. Men Go Two Different Ways srQ
Q J7 O3o
(Deut. 32:31-33)).
\ 0 Moses contrasts the Rock in

t" A recognized Remedy for Rheumatic which his people trusted, and the
end Neuritis sufferers. A perfect Blood
corrupt standards of their heather
Purifier. Makes thin Blood Rich and _
neighbors by which they were
Healthy. Builds Strength and Vigor.
Always Effective Why suffer? tempted. One greater than Moses
of the two (read Matt. o
IW111.'"i,"tel-I-.) ')'1 i l i'i.J'I:: ::J. spoke ways
7:13, 14), and pointed out the sad I j

fact that there are many that go I WHY DON'T You GET DAYS WHAT HAPPY HOME THIS HAS

: SORES BOILS down and few'who the' broad walk way in to destruction the "narrow, RID OF YOUR HEADACHES 4::
win [ :
of life. Let seek to
and J
our young men women away
;. 1 BoWSON CrifAllGy PaOO\KTS Co The Liquor Way Is the Wrong
Way (Prov. 23:29-32)). .
I'' :: \ Skillful indeed are the advertis- : FOR 30 DAYS, LIKE A DiFFERENT .,

ing devices of the liquor interests! I THE DOCTOR. SAID?, WOMAN/ -
S p Jr
J They associate their intoxicants .
( .3O1
" (poisons) with holiday festivities, I
happy family gatherings, social ,
:1 preferment, and so on. They do not l
., DEPARTMENT picture the bleary eye, the babbling

tongue, the "wounds without I .. ..
\ o .{.. .w:.
ause. They carefully overlookthe .
broken-hearted mother, the ragged '
1PiN L---
children, the empty cupboard,
HOME WORK I v Y !t-\
and the devastated home life. They .

WANTED-Women do simple handworkat say nothing of the men who have by a \
home. Send 25c for our plans and in- I lost their characters and their jobs, J
y, structions. No Ihvestment. Phillips Service -
1010 Pleasant St., Des ;Moines Iowa. and of the women who have lowered

; themselves beyond description because )"OURMONE'f BACKif ... the full purchase price, plus postage! (If you live in

: of their love for liquor. Let I = SWITCHING TO PoSTUM Canada, address General Foods, Ltd., Cobourg, Ont.)
PHOTOGRAPHYPHOTO ; us in tenderness and heart-broken DOESN'T HELP 'Iou! Give Postum a fair trial..drink it for the full 30 days! .

FINISHING humility presen* to'our Sunday Y Postum contains no caffein.It is simply whole wheat

i "AnyvSize fade roll 25c film coin.developed and 16 never- School classes mat picture, whichis If you are one of those who cannot safely and bran, roasted and slightly sweetened. Postum
rUOUP'S PHOTO SERVICE, Toccoa, Ga. a displace to our nation. The drink coffee..try Postum's 30-day test. comes in two forms.Postum Cereal, the kind you "
; wine may look red, and it may I Buy a can of Postum and drink it instead of coffee for boil or percolate..and Instant Postum, made instantlyin
one full month. the cup. It is economical, easy to make and deli
ART : even go "smoothly down the throaj"a If..after 30 days..you do not feel better, return cious. You may miss coffee at first, but after 30 days,
I,, ( possible translation of the words'I the top of the Postum container to General Foods, you'll love Postum for its own rich, full-bodied flavor.A .
i'- AItTI '1'S. ART LOVKKS-Free Catalogue "when it moveth aright,", 31)
y. .
1,000 items:-Best Reference Books Anat- Battle Creek, Michigan, and we will cheerfully refund General Foods product.This
omy. Photo, ?raphy. Commercial, Costume but it still has the bite of a serpentand Copr.1937. King Features Syndicate. G. F.Corp.Licensee ( offer expires December 31,1937)
:" Mn MAKMOIt.Art Technique.rtWith: Architecture.A\c, New ,lork the sting of an adder (v. 32).

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The Clewiston News the flood two years ago, after a sur- berry the presiding elder while Rev. the ,sister of Harold Magill of this FOR RENT-Furnished Apartment.. '..
vey of the present situation, contends Carlson was In LaBelle officiated ja.t city. Available April 15th. F. L. Williamson

that 'permanent safety can come only the dedication. tf..
Published every Friday In Clewiston, through the establishment of a com- service TILLMAN BILL PLACES' STATE'S .:, I'
The was
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, pletely new flood control plan. New I regular ritualistic REVENUES IN ONE ACCOUNT 1
and stronger tax levees must be built --
Inc. FREE! If excess acid causes you I
and the old plans' discarded, he I Tallahassee, April 15, (FNS..--
Stomach Ulcers, Gas Pains,
'to the seating capacity of the audlI -
Kcathley Bowden, Editor states. I I I torium. Among the 268 bills introduced dur- gestion, Heartburn, Belching' Bloating -. .
An outbreak of Bingo Fever inJ ing the first week of the legislative Nausea, get free sample- doctor's'
Tampa caused Governor to quarantine I For more than a year the membersof '
the : session, the Tillman bill to place all prescription, Udga, at Alston's Drug ,
the Methodist church in LaBelle
the entire city to avoid an
Store. '
Entered as second class mall mat- state revenue except. that,of the state
epidemic, although local authoritiessay and the Florida Conference have
1, at the Post
February 1927
ter the situation is no worse than it. been working toward the dedication road department in one pot, the key- ,
Clewiston, Florida, under '
Office in has been and resent the restriction I of the beautiful church, of which the note of Governor Cone's program, -
the Act of March 3, 1897. construction was begun in 1926 and J. M. COUSECounselor
Reports of looting in the neigh stands out as the most important.The ,
borhood of Treasury brought prompt completed In 1927. During the past
entire Cone .
'Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. action from the chief executive who I year the debt of building the church program hinges and Attorney at Lair

Advertising rates on application. gave orders to shoot on sight and has ''been paid off and much progresswas around this point., At present more Hopkins Building :

,warned that martial law would be I made toward that end during the than 40 boards, agencies and com Wednesday and Saturdays :
envoked if necessary to protect the pastorate of Rev. Carlson. and it was missions have separate funds and as 0:30 to 4:00 '; "
Devoted to the advancement and territory.In decided to name the building the a general rule, spend what they collect -I -
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry Carlson Memorial Church. regardless of the amount. Thisis I
the meantime heavy storm ; ,
County. 'On hand side of front done under
the right the continuing ,appropri- '
clouds 'continue to over the
L. B. Mershon
has ations that allow them :
shuddering skies; blustery winds entrance of the church there to get and .
been erected in the wall a large memorial use their own revenue. Tlfus, If l
howl and a steady driving rain gives AGENT ; :
Exclusive no hope of relief for some time to tablet 30 x 31 inches, of beau-I spending is to be curbed, the' $48-
come. Your correspondent is keeping tiful Tennessee pink marble, 000,000 expected in state revenue New York Life ;
inscription in memory of Reverend must :first! be lumped together'and
WNU close watch on the situation and Insurance Company
details will be given in later dis- Robert Emanuel and Maude Magill apportioned by the legislature. ac- .::
patches. Carlson who served the LaBelle cording, to need. I ARCADIA, FLORIDA .

Features church from 1930 to 1935 and who Naturally, the agencies now ,operating -

CARLSON MEMORIAL CHURCH lost their lives at their' post of duty under the continuing appropriation '.. ..

DEDICATED SUNDAY AT LaBELLE a.t'I.at cumbe in the storm of September .-.. plan are opposed to any NORGE .REFRIGERATORS. :
BflBBBBBBMBBBBBBBBBBBflBflBBBToo 1935. Behinrl the tablet h;'. change. The governor has strongly Furniture and Home Furnishings. r.te

Last Sunday at LaBelle the Carl- been deposited certain records, suchas recommended pooling all funds, but PHILCO ?'l)
Late To Classify son Memorial Methodist church was names of all contributors, newspaper \ is making no effort? to force' action RADIOS

dedicated with Dr. C. K. Vliet, who clippings, etc. one way or another.'' He has simply I Household Furnishings
well known hereas pointed the and feels that if the
was Rev. Carlson's presiding elderon Mrs. Carlson was I way
'Rusell RayIgQAQQQgq1lAqQqqqQQQQqqRQQQ1 i Inc. .
CJ3y the last charge .he served, delivering she was a teacher in the local legislature fails to act it will not be

I the sermon an> Dr. G. W. Rosen- schools before her marriage, and was I his fault. I BELLE GLADE. FLORIDA,

"River Stay Away from My Door I -

seems to be the theme song of '''those '1IJm IMIIIHIIIII'rJ! IIIWIIlIIlIlII 1111111111I1111 1111111111111I1 111111111111111 111I11I11111111 IIIIIIIIIIIIII J IIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIII!! J IIIIIII m IIIIIIIIIIIIII! III iT if r mTI I i1iTIlFlIllllIlflllll: I I lmmmlTi TImTimiT, ) 111 lh l IIIIIi'I : ,.
who apprehensively watch the legis- .' .
lative waters at Tallahassee creep :
steadily toward the flood stage.
While there is no immediate dan- :.. :.' ::": t. ''' ;-' ; '
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: : '
ger, those who have built their for- .n'. ." "r.' ". .... ,.' ., ., ....< ."':' "I '_. \,.-..,;....,." ."., ,:..,......' '. '' 1
tunes behind poorly constructed levees : COMING <\" : .J: :.'. '<''' :' .. .': <. : '-

are becoming alarmed and todayare : :
frantically rushing workers to j I
..............,;_ I
the danger areas in an effort to

strengthen them.

The Mighty Cone has been on a !

rampage for weeks and even old tim-

ers in the region hesitate to predict I,
Fai'r And
what the outcome will be. The House Everglades

River is rising rapidly and it is free ;

ly predicted .that waters this 'season
will establish a new high. The old
'Senate continues to creep up toward
new levels and many believe that : i
when the House and Senate join and ;
flow on into the :Mighty Cone it will : : ,I

endanger While levees the entire nastily state.constructed .8 a n FestvaL:1'April I : :i,r.

during the last flood still hold, : .
frightened residents of Gamble Val- :
ley fear that pressure from the rising :: ; :: {:: ;:

tide of criticism will breakthrough ...... .... .
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and they will swept :. ., ,'. "": -c'; .' ..,.;,: ::
be away. .
Panicky residents .of Preachersville <' .. .: :; :, :
"t" 'I
; ; :
I are already advocating that authori-

ties order dynamite to protect Gamble the Valley more thickly leveesin : : t'':; 1' 20 to 24' : '< .,' ,: :; ::" :
populated areas downstream. : '\ ;;

General Gillis, in charge of oper- : : : : ( : : Ii
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have ations the in situation the 'Senate well area in hand, seems along to, ; : ji' "- -=q : : <;,j.

his front, but points out that there '..., ;, : .. .. \ .. ...;.' ?," .'- SI I
is need of more funds from .

source health if the and work safety is to of be the continuedand populace ./;. .Greater Agricultural Exhibits ;:.:'.. ;::;; ", .t',1 T< :

maintained.W. '. '
'McL. Christie, directing engi- : i-
iI' '
, neer' along the House, while admitting ': ':" :' Thrilling Entertainment : .

the situation is critical, statesthat' ., ; / .
there is no immediate y
cause for
:: >
alarm. It will be at least two Weeks, f

reach he: contends the danger, before stage.the crest will ; : : + 'It

Tallahassee Refugees the have,past been week pouring and it into is / Friday, April 23rd9': P' M ? .

reported that ,
citizens have opened .
their: homes in an effort to care for I .. 'c :: :.

them. All hotels and rooming houses HOLLYWOOD PUBLIC WEDDING .

are filled and some have been forcedto .
go to nearby towns for accomo- : .

dations. Banana Oil tanks' ...broke "
their moorings in the neighborhood Gorgeous BrideHandsome Groom ,
of Attache and a file started that : I

..-> raged for several hours but no lives .. .
were l I6st. Stray cattle have been re- '
ported on roads leading to the stricken : > .
Special Stage Setting <. <
area and Chamber of Commerce '" ( : .; .
officials .
are making an effort to "i .

round them up. itALmjggBUfti "" .; r '\ ,'.
pingg-ggi gig .
Many :
communities report that .
their financial, reservoirs are dan- "
: gerously low and unless' new taX'levees : ;;:
You'll Never \ ,
/ .. .
are thrown up something will Forget .
have .. .
to be done. Schools are still '" ,- ; .. <' -
open and authorities state that I -
unless .
conditions get much worse than

they are today they will not be clos- ,

.. ed.Chain stores have undertaken re- : ; You'll Never Regietr j

lief work on a big scale, caring for ,
thousands of destitute farmers and ftt
growers and say they will continue .
to do so as long as the situation de -
mands. : The Fair.

ed Flood alongthe control entire work length Is being of rush-the : Everglades ,

House and Senate. Day and night r
. shifts struggle
: ceaselessly to control ()
the /
raging currents. Road depart-
ment officials are watching highways =
, ::, and bridges and have dlscon-. \
/ tinued work in other areas temporar- ."
y ily,. ., I II
concentrating th .ir'efforts on .
Joo; :; keeping main arteries open. I I"' !
:.. General Hodges, I.. .
who.commanded II\)< ..

c-:. engineer. ,. *., .in- the. .Senate. .! "area. during. IIU.U.I III III I" I1I1II IIIIII1I rt>lII lIlll nll II JmJmF-RM lllllInlll! V III'111111111' ;", 11ll1..lS! ::<.!.!J. :';'! I $\f jlillJUl1lJlj, 1lliJ1ill! IIIHijlli"@J! ;;i .'



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....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..=..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: -: Mr. and Mrs. G. D Dagley are ,Mr. and Mrs.. Lloyd Bullen left tablished two years ago after the trict; repealing Sections Nine

::i: + spending a month visiting in St. Pet- Tuesday for their home in High congressman had obtained a continu- (9), Ten (10), Eleven (11) ,

:' ,' ::::|_:: Personalenfion ::_:: ersburg before going on to'their homein Springs after spending the season ing appropriation of 15,000, annually Twelve (12)) Twenty-seven .
((27) and
Thirty-nine ((39) of
High Springs. here, Mr. Bullen being employed in from the federal government,

..................................................................................-!...........,.........tc .. the transportation department of the which is supplemented by $10,000 Acts Chapter of 1931 14777, Laws of Florida,
\ as,amended by"the
c **< Mr. and Mrs. Dan B. Allen were Mr. and Mrs. 1F. Simpson and U. S. Sugar. Corporation, during the from the state. Should the federal provisions ,of Chapter 16090, ,

,.1 visitors in Pahokee Thursday.Mr. Mrs. Olin Carleton were guests of harvest. government grant the additional ap- Laws of Florida. Acts of 1933,

--- friends in. Moore Haven Friday even- propriation, Mr. Peterson advised the relating to Okeechobee Flood
committee that the state was Control District: repealing Sec-
and Mrs. L. A. Turner visited ing. ;Among the Clewiston visitors who pre-
in Pahokee 1 -- attended' the field events and barbecue pared also to contribute $8,000 more tions Twenty-six ((26) Twenty-
Sunday. ]
\ Dr. O. F. (Schiffli and sons, ,Nick,, at Azucar Wednesday were Mrs.F. each year. This additional $16,000 eight (28) Twenty-nine (29), -

( Johnnie visited Mrs. 'Schiffli Hill would enable the present frost warn- Thirty (30), Thirty-one (31),
Parker Wilson was a visitor in Dick and' Deane Duff, Mrs. Fred Mrs. Thirty-two: (32)), Thirty-three, '",'

} Frostproof Wednesday. (' at a- West Palm Beach hosp'italSunday' W. C. Owen, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs.R. ing service to be double. At present ((33), Thirty-four (34), Thirtysix ,;:

.' 1 Y. Patterson, Mrs. ,H. A. Bestor there is'a main station at Lakelandand (36) Forty-one (41) and

and Mr. and Mrs. Hudson Francis. four substations. It is plannedto Forty-two ((42) of Chapter

par Julius Guedry and Clifton Mere establish four more substationsif 14777, Laws of Florida, Acts of
have returned'to their home in Hou- Clewiston friends have received the additional money is provided, 1931, relating to Okeechobee ,

Mr. and 11rs.IiI.'' W. Bigg were' ma, Louisiana, after several months announcement of the marriage of he said, and this would enable cover- Flood Control District;' repealing .:

in Clewiston. i ing all principal citrus and truck Sections One (1), Two (2), > .'
visitors in, West, .Palm, Beach Satur. stay Miss Grace Moltz and Richard H. areas in Florida. Three (3)) Four (4) Five (5)) ,.,. "'

day. v Fisher which took place on Sunday, Ten (10) 'and Eleven ((11), of "
C. W. Fuller left this week for At- '
April 11th in Van Wert, Ohio. The The Winter Haven laboratory property -J Chapter 16090 Laws
--- of Florida, '';
lanta to join his wife, who has beenthere
Mrs. E. V. McClelland of Sebring bride, is the daughter of Mr. and 'was turned over to the federal, Acts of 1933, relating to Okee-
several relatives
for weeks
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. visiting Mrs. Perl P. Moltz and formerly resided ,I government as' agift only a short chobee Flood Control District;

N. Gallant this week. : in Clewiston. time ago, and the budget for this and cancelling and annulling. all -

Peters work already has been made up. In unpaid taxes and assessments J
H. O. of West Palm Beach I ---
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGehee "were such cases, the department itself can- heretofore levied by or for
spent Saturday night with friends Following a meeting of the boardof Okeechobee
business visitors in Fort Myers Sat not take the initiative in, asking for Flood Control Dis-
here. en route to Sarasota on a busi- trustees of the Community Church trict, the of J
I, or Board Commissioners -
; increase but Mr.
urday. an Peterson requested -t '.:',
ness trip. Monday evening a coffee was given thereof, and the liens or
the committee to add $35- 1
Henry Chappell returned Sunday -- attended by old and new officers of 000 to the I claims in favor 'of' the State of >., .'

from a visit with relatives in Jack Mrs. F.' Edward Bryant of Palm the church in token of farewell to appropriation which will Florida, or Okeechobee Flood ,.' <

sonville. Beach arrived Wednesday and is Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Williams. Present enable spending $25,000 for enlarge- Control District, or the Board of '. ':,.;
; ment of the I .
building and hew Commissioners '
equipment -
i i'q i spending the week-end with her were Dr. and Mrs. Williams, I. D representing -
I and $10,000 for additional or evidencing such tax-
Mrs. Taft Cason has as her guest daughter Mrs. F. Deane Duff. Leydig, A. W. Lawrence, I. M. Paf- and I es and assessments.. '
personnel maintenance. Mr. Peterson -
, \his week her sister, Miss Lola War- ford R.. N. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. F: I n

Jraack of Sebring. \. Mr. and Mrs. P. E.:, Suther and M. Wright, B. E. Herring, W. W. pointed out the fine work which Dated this 1st day of April, 1937. ... ,:

son, Bill, of West Palm Beach and Perry, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen, the research laboratory had already BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS !
accomplished with only a small staff, I OF OKEECHOBEE FLOOD ;
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Van Horn of Belie
Mrs. R. N.: Smith and Mrs. I. 11.Pafford O. A. Jones, Miss Marion Leydig, W.
( Mrs and emphasized that the canning of CONTROL DISTRICT,
were ,visitors in Fort Myers Glade were guests of Mr.: and C. Prewitt, H. R. ,Hall, Mrs. R. Y. "
fruit By F. DEANE
citrus was largely made possible DUFF'YiceCha .
J. A.
McGehee Sunday.
Wednesday. Patterson, J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. Joseph Ii
by this laboratory's experimental rman. f '
Robbins and Miss-Mary Markette. ,.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rogers left I Misses' Margaret" an.d., Louise Zander activities. The laboratory also is '\

Wednesday for a visit with 'relatives: ', Mrs.. Bruce Johnson, Miss Kathryn experimenting with tomatoes and

in Kissimmee.Mr. Wright, and Miss Cary Collar .of DR. AND MRS. WILLIAMS HONOR strawberries, having developed a method -

South Bay GUESTS AT FAREWELL TEA of extracting oil from the fruit, -
were visitors in Clewiston ; ,m110, "
/ < 'H
-- "
,and Mrs. J. L. McDaniel are aturday. Jenkins seeds and rhinds. : "
Dr. and Mrs. D., Williams
visiting Mr. McDauiel's mother in, "In the course of time", :Mr. Peterson -
were honor guests at a farewell tea
Fort Myers for a few weeks. Mrs. Arthur Bong of Sioux City, told the sub-committee, "it is
the Ladies Aid Societyand
sponsored by
Iowa; arrived Monday and is staying possible that the work being done : pk ,
given at the home of Mrs. R. N. :
B. O. Calyer, who has been at The vith her son-in-law, S. L. Crochet by ,this laboratory will mean the dif
Smith Friday afternoon., general
Barracks this season, left. Wednesdayfor and, her' baby granddaughter while ference between loss and profit to
invitation to all friends of the Wiliams' -
Havana, Cuba. Irs. Crochet is in the West Palm the citrus, grower, because they must i
had been extended, and scores I
-- Beach hospital. develop a means of using by-pro!
called during the afternoon to greetDr. ;
Miss Dorothy Hare and Coburn ducts." wa'
visitors, in Arcadia Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cato, spent the and Mrs.. WIlliams before their I ,
Moore were Sunday The 'congressman also, asked for
this week.
veek-end in Nocatee, going over for departure I a aI
$25,000 with which to 'study stem
The of the Smith
their baby daughter, Betty Sue, who living rooms ,
4 end rot and blue mold which occurs
pent the week there with her grand- home were, attractively
Captain and Mrs. G. E. Linkswiler on citrus in transit, and pointed out
nother. with gladioli and other spring flower
made a trip to Fort Myers aboard !
that these diseases'
are costing the
!?. A lace cloth covered the tea table (1-
the Ribault Monday. industry thousands of dollars
Mrs. F. A. Flanders Mrs. J. ]\f. from which coffee, tea, sandwiches -
In connection with celery, Mr. Peterson
Couse, Miss, Bertha Gram, Phyllis and cakes were served. Pouring -
James Wynn of Inglewood spent '
pointed out that pink rot
Flanders and Jo Anne Couse of Moore during the afternoon were Mrs. Grover causes
Friday here with his
Thursday and celery to rot in the field
Haven were visiting friends in Clew- Poole, Mrs. WHfred Lockhart, Mrs.J. or may I /
j parents. start while in transit. A little work $
iston Monday.B. E. Beardsley and Mrs. R. Y. Pat-
I terson. has been done in trying to ,combat If '
Miss Margaret Morgan of West H-,
this disease, he said, but funds are
Palm Beach visited her parents, Mr. F. Brown, who has been in Those calling during the' afternoon f ,
needed for a thorough to de-
Mesdames E. C. Mills, J. H. survey ;
charge of the Clewiston office of the were ,
and Mrs. A. L. Morgan Sunday.
l f! Flcrida: Reemployment Service left Pressley, A. H. King, B. E. Herring, termine the cause and how to preventor "Do you know that you may l
,. "- '' cure it. The loss last season to celery be able to for a home, all
Allen I. D. Leydig pay
M. -
this week 'Palm' Beach G. E Smith, C. ,
V1 Smith .left Tuesday for Mi- .,.. .__ _,
Jerry '
for the
where he has! been transferred. : L/C": UllerR. N. Smith; C.:-':ti.:: growers was-'more than $50,000,, your own, same money
ami to join his family after a several he said, in urging that the additional kyou pay:for rent?Your neigh-
Niblack Al- I
J. N. ,
Moon L. L. Spicer,
month's residence in Clewiston.Mr. funds be provided. bors are doing it. So can you.
-- Mis. Albert J., Hill of: Santo Do- bert Brewer, Roy Alston, B. J. 0 I Now, as never before,you can "

and Mrs. Grover Poole and mingo; who is spending a three Schroeder, R. E. Waldron, Gilbert i I. 'secure funds here on a long- ,

months' Vacation with her parents,I Johnson, H. E. Reichard, Judson term, easy repayable basis at
son, John, of Canal Point, spent Sun- NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY low. I
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Achard in Fort Francis, A. A. Munroe, H. 'C. Jones, terms keep'costs
day here visiting FOR PASSAGE OP There's red
no ,no tape.
Myers, was a visitor in Clewiston W. W. Perry, E. P. Mutrux, W. C. SPECIAL OR LOCAL LEGISLATION worry '
--- ,
Wednesday.: Badwin, W. W. Liddell, I. M. Paf- INVESTIGATENOW
and Mrs. J. E. Johnson of La- --
visitors -- ford, M. J. Hirsch, Olin Carleton, ,W. !
Belle were Clewiston Sunday
Pillip Benjamin Prewitt is the C. Owen, F. D. Duff, K. Bowden, L. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Thatat /)' :, < '<' '. &

evening.Mrs. name given by' Mr. and Mrs., W. C. H. Robbins, C. E. Robbins, M. M. the session of the Legislature of }!- .'. ,: ;
-- Florida to
convene in April, 1937,
A. R., Broadfoot and Mrs.-W. Prewitt to their son, who was born Prewitt, O. H. Sheppard, M" E. Mor- application will 'be made for the passage -'' ': :,

W. Liddeil were business visitors .in Monday, April' 5th at the 'Lakeview rison, G. B. Hawkins, G. E. Etherton' of special 'or local legislation, Clewiston 1

Fort Myers Monday. Hospital. The ,baby weighed nine H. A. Bestor, G. E. Linkswiler, C.B. the substance of which will be, as I l '
I pounds. Roberts, H. R. Hall, B. C. Flani- follows: Home Building .

Mrs. Cecil Jones and, Mrs. Herbert ken, J. W. Moore, G. B. Rackstraw, An Act relating to Okeechobee S
I Theus were shopping in West Palm Mrs: H. H. Turner accompaniedby M. Ludekins, F. M. Wright, O. A. Flood Control District; repeal- Association )

Beach Wednesday. her mother, Mrs H. L. Delaney of Jones, W. F. Simpson, C. E. Nall, 'R. ing all laws levying and impos-

: LaBelle, left Sunday for San Fran- C. Wilson, R. C. Nowling, J. W. ing Okeechobee Flood Control "! .

--- cisco .where. they will visit Mrs. Delaney's District taxes and assessmentsupon I 'c. .
Mrs. J. F. McLure and Mrs. Grover Ezelle, J. F. Tippey, S. W. Houser, > .> .Y :;i: ')
the lands within the Dis-
mother and aunt. They expect ,
Poole of Canal Point visited friendsin : W. M. Bradnack, P. G. White, R.

Clewiston Friday, to be away about a, month. Collins, M. W. Bigg, C.' Farris and --

A. W. Sias, I who, was ,given a temporary Miss Dorothy Lockhart., . .,. . . . '. . . . .
Mrs. H. A. Land and children, assignment, in the West Palm ..N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N....N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.HN. .N.N.N....N.M.N....N.N.N.1..N.N.N.N Ns'I .II

Gene and Shari, of Okeechobee arrived Beach, Post Office three;,months ago, -' --
Thursday for a few days' visit returned this week and is, again as- "i.1 I/.i.

with Mr. and Mrs. H. 'C. Avant. sisting 'Postmaster A. W. Lawrence. group ,of engineers and membersof '

I in, the local ,office. their families enjoyed a trip from

Mr. and Mrs.. R., M. Hare, jr.;, of I Fort Myers up the Caloosahatcheeriver I i iy

Canal Point, are guests of Mr.,'and"Mrs. Friends of Mrs. Sidney Crochet are I to Clewiston Sunday aboard t CLEWISTON 60LF

C. H.' Berner and other relative delighted to learn that she is recup- the Ancona. Included in the party

'. here. erating rapidly following an operation were Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Roberts :: .. :::

for removal of appendix which Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Miller, Mr. and '

f. Mr. and 1\ rs.. C. E. Farnum:. of ,vas performed at the Good Samaritan Mrs. W. M. Bradnack, Mr. and Mrs. 'COURSEi

l West Palm Beach visited: their Hospital in West Palm Beach L. M. Knapp, Mrs. S. W. Houser, Mrs.. ,

I daughter, Mrs. R. T. Mitchell and I Ij Saturday.Dr. Olin Carleton and Milton Thompson. ;:, -i, J :,;,, .

!j family here Sunday. I Is ; !, .,
> "l"f :
and Mrs. D. J. Williams left PETERSON ASKS FOR INCREASEIN :: ',; ;,;': : ::

Tuesday for Tarpon Springs to attend STATE APPROPRIATIONS ..f..t' .
Ii Dr. B. A. Bourne is expected to return ..t'
the annual I IY
meeting the Flor-
a home today following a' tonsil
operation which was performed this ida' Presbytery. Following the three- Washington, April 15 (Special).- Y -3 QY

week inVest Palm Beach. i day session\they will go to(their home; Appearing before the subcommitteewhich Y

I in Dousman, Wisconsin, for the sum has charge of appropriations YI

Charles Hugh and A. L. Thomas, mer. .. for the department of agriculture,

who were: employed here during the Congressman J. Hardin Peterson is

harvest season, left this week for Harry Vaughn-, -who 'was, transferred making a vigorous fight for several r i_: Open to the Public I:
Princeton, West Virginia. to the Eastern Division for duty increases in budgetary items which ,

during the harvest season, is returning would be used for the benefit of

Miss Margaret Cato of Nocatee I this week 'to: Clewiston. Mrs.: citrus'and truck growers in Florida.It y \\ ?

has been the guest of her brother Vaughn and the children will j&in is still too early to know whetherthe Y.. .Y.
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe, : ..t.s .
him as soon as they can obtain'; a sub-committee will accede to the Y ..t.'t' .

Cato. house, here. request, but Mr. Peterson expressed .:. '' ..

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hope that they would. :
H. .;. -..: "
Mrs. Jessie J. Graham of Jacksonville Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, Miss Jayne Expansion of the present frost :=: ..

j is spending some time in Harrington, Mrs W. C. Owen, Mrs warning service was requested, together = '- f.

Clewiston visiting her husband, who Fred Hill, Miss Faustina Rogero, Mr. with funds for enlargement of Y ;' J:

.y.. ; J>>- is employed by the U. S. Engineers' and Mrs. M. W. Bigg, S,, L. Crochet, the citrus by-products laboratory at :;: Moderate Green Fees' f.Y

e : Miss Florlne R. L. Coker, H. C. Kolstad, R. T. Winter Haven. He also asked for Y
I, Mrs J. W Moore,
\ Moore, Miss Pearl Brantley and Mrs. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. George V funds to study blue mold and stem : Exceptional Fairways

'H.: C. Avant were visitors in Fort Soarks, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, W. C. end rot in the transportation of cit-

.. Myers, Monday. Owen, F. D. Duff, J. W.' Moran. andJ. rus, and pink rot which affects 90- :!: Interesting Greens f't.

J. Harington were among the Clew- .

Mrs. Gordon'S. Mobley and her infant iston visitors at the Field Barbecueof ery.Mr.. Peterson requested an addi- Y bII h

son returned Saturday' from the the Eastern Division ot U. S. Sugar tional $8,000 annually from the fed-

Good Samaritan :Hospital IP West Corporation which was held Wednesday .- eral government for expansion of the ,............,...,......,..,.... :,.M.:.:;:.......... ,...,......!H.,:. ;:.:............,....................... ....................II
Deach Azucar service which t t t t t t t t r r- r t t t t t t t I
Palm at frost warning was es "
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CHAPTER XIIContinued23 face, excitement and somethingmore. check furnished by her mother and Specialist North Carolina State 'possible to a man, you must

He drove with one hand Hugh, and moved in the week aft- College.-WNU Service. develop him, you must broaden

slowly while his right arm encir- er Christmas.In Get your baby chicks off to a good him, deepen him, lift him, until

A premonitory shiver went cled her. "And I'd have you. for January Dorrie got her decree start and you will be in a better you ifnake of him all that is 'possible -

through" Kezia. "What do you keeps, darling Kezzie!" ana a few days later way position to make money with your to press into, the definitionof

think? In Brookline which was just over married to Cunningham Whitney, poultry flock this year. The first of a .-M. J. Savage.RIEMEMBER .
"That it be better for us to is chicks.
might step to get only good
the Pennsylvania border, it was not whose divorce had been granted in
break it off." Hatch from birds of a good
difficult to be directed to the frame December. They were married at eggs
Kezia sat bolt upright. He wouldgo type that are high producers. Orbuy'chicks
house of John Bascome, the marry- her sister's home in Forest Hills:
back to Ellen! People from reliable hatchers.
ing squire. He was a small man, and went to live in Philadelphia
would say he had thrown her over! with a round head, and close-set where Cun had ,secured a position.: Don't let low prices fool, you into THIS
.. She had a feeling for Jerry thinking can get a bargain by
eyes. He looked greedily pleasedat Hugh frequently was to you i
that no one else had ever stirred.He their appearance, surveyed them dinners at the houses of his friends buying cheap chicks. _, CROSSIT
brought a swift challenge to with quick speculation, and exacted parties which were dull or lively Then give the chicks a chance. MEANS FAST RELIEF
her. He elusive never
was ; a good sized fee from Jerry be- .according to the company. It wasa i Feed a well-balanced starter. Pro-
satiated her with his 'dependence.
fore he asked the necessary ques- wrench to go but he made it a vide one mash hopper, five feet long, 15C FOR 12

Jerry guided the .car to a bumpy tions. He would have the marriage point to accept most of the invitations for each 100 chicks. Provide a half- 2 FULL DOZEN

pause on the shoulder of the road, license made out and would mailit People, places, things which gallon drinking fount for every 50 r cL 1 .
A :
a switched off the ignition. "Come DEMAND Ap FOR 25c
to them in a day or &:0. His were normal were the best antidotefor chicks. VVP

here," he said gently. He gath- wife and daughter, appeared as wit-, the perils of introspection., Carefully figure the amount of AND GET ? r
ered her in his arms, laid his cheek
nesses. He saw Gavin Pendleton one floor ,space in the 'brooding house, GEN JINE ,,
against hers. "She cares my
noon at a director's meeting, and and do not start 'more than .two
little Kezia he whispered.She
cares, and Will Platt had he looked much older ASPIRIN
felt his lips tremble as they Margery thought chicks: for'each square foot of floor BAYER
been over for dinner, and after- Gavin touched Hugh's arm as- space.
touched hers.
"You want !" ward, Hugh and Will discussed the they were leaving the meeth\g. Check brooder house tempera-
me'up last municipal election and the cal- "Hr yuh?" .
"No, Angel, no! .1 love tures at frequent intervals. More L I On Uncertain Ground
ibre of the men in office. The talk, "Very well. And you?
chicks have been killed by over- -
know I do. makes the favor-
you-you with Fluvanna and Margery, mak- Gavin, looked meaningly back &It very change
than chilling
heating by
"You've been horrid. it of fortune Schiller.
He despairing gesture. ing comments, asking questions, the room they were leaving and chicks from drafts, but see that ; anxious.-:

"It gave a switched to national affairs, to the Hugh understood, that he wished to they get' adequate ventilation at all
seems so hopeless. labor situation and to the revolu- speak to him privately. He. followed times.
"We won't allow it to be hope-
tion in business methods. him back to Us farther cor
less. Rigid sanitation will keep 'down
Hugh was restless after they left.
He-.was silent for a moment, ner."Mother disease. Do not let:the chicks come 111
Now that the interlude of having to well? blurted Gavin.
keeping his arms tightly about her. in contact with anything that may
make conversation and listen to oth- "Rather frail,,this winter How is
"No?" he questioned. Another long have been infected by older birds.. (Coleman
ers was over, he was conscious ofa Lizzie-and Ellen?
pause then he said, "Have'you Don't drug, the'chicks unless anemergency.arises.
slump. "I think I'll go for a Gavin's left cheek and eye '
to ? .
anything suggest
,walk, Mother." twitched, giving the effect of a
"We might live with Mother. He had reached for his hat when grimace. "Wanted to speak to you If, 'any, chicks appear to be in- | Mantle

Life was very dreary, thought the front door bell pealed sharply.He . puzzled. don't know whatto fected with disease, remove them LANTERN ,
lj' Kezia, when you couldn't have took the telegram the boy hand- do." from'the brood at once. Investigatethe Use Coleman
' what you wanted! Ana Jerry was trouble and what be / your
". ed him, signed for it, tore it open. Hugh waited. see can }in hundreds of places
::' the right combination for her. Just done to eliminate it. ) where an ordinary lantern -
"The fool! the little fool!. he ejac "One of the family like. your
' back invested is useless. Use it for !
: the way his hair went was l I
ulated. advice. Ellen;" County farm agents'and extension f after-dark chores, hunting 1t ,
it.::, with a certain quality of Flu- ',will 'be to offer'sug1 fishing, or on any
emotion the sulky fullness over "Why, Hugh? questioned "Ellen? said Hugh with quick specialists glad night job ." it turns
.. ; vanna concern. "Something, wrong with gestions'about disease control. right into day. Wind
his dark eyes sent warm waves up Kezia rain or snow can't put <
I So this was what had Ellen? t
it out.High candlepower
her arms into her shoulders. She
6 meant when she said "You'll all Gavin nodded gloomily. "Won'teat air-pressure light.

}r was caught which up drives in that for attribute what of it drive me something one of these hardly talks some' Many. Little Turkeys DieI I models.Kerosene The,and finest gasoline made. ; '

.. youth days!" He hesitated a moment be- times I think Mother not good ( Prices as low as 445. Ins
wants mistakes or not, the imperious ': for' Lack of Enough Food local dealer
Your' can
fore he handed the message to his for her. He peered at Hugh with supply you, Send post-
which cannot wait for
r. urge mother. "From Kezia she's his near-sighted eyes. "What to "It is a fact," says Prof. H. D. card for FREE Folders. "" '

wisdom, done what we: hoped. to prevent- do?" Munro "that,' many .1ittle..t turkeys THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO. _
"Yes, we-could live with Mother Dept.WU172. Wichita Kans.; Chicago, Ill.;
married him "Have you had a doctor? starve to death the first week they ;
mor'e Philadelphia,Pa. Los AnCele,Cahf. (6172)A
she said a little firmly. ;
Fluvanna read: "Jerry and I "Umm-m, he assented. "Ton-. are in the brooder, and to preventthis

The hesitation on Jerry's face were married in Brookline this eve- ics and iron no good-nerves.. the feeder must""see to it that
deepened. "Yes, that's a thought friends?" Base PossessionThe
, ning. Home in a day or: so. Very "Young they all learn to eat. r
<: to hold to! Have wavering mind is but a
Hugh patronize happy. Tell mother. Love. Kezia." "She won't go did for a "Place shallow feeders or boxes

me?" Kezia and Jerry came home to while says people terrify her;" filled with reliable tu.rkey'starting base possession.Euripides.KillS' .
. "He wouldn't." "You might send her ,"
. N away before
live. Jerry was devoted to Kezia, mash poults as soon as they
: "I can see him 'welcoming me "Sent her to Louise in December in brooder. turkeys
thoughtful of Fluvanna. are put the Young -
' to the circle: they sister Boston after that
family '-big boy -
do' not eat mash as readily as,
, had to keep!" His tone was. rue- Uncle John Renshaw, after much came' out." He 'shrugged his baby chicks and must be taught to
' wheedling from Kezia, found a
shoulders and Hugh felt he referredto

,, ful."It would be for only a little place for Jerry in some govern- Kezia's elopement "No good eat., "Some put older" poults.

while," she coaxed. "You'll; get ment work at a better salary. An came ''back in ten days with them growers to teach them. A moist'

something good in a few months. interview with Jerry predisposedhim says she's haunted funny mash with ground alfalfa leaves

Perhaps Hugh ,woula then." in his favor and he recommended stuff." sprinkled over- it will often attract.
that he go to a school for sales- "She used to be fond of Mother,
"Do you 'think so? His voice, the attention of the little. birds and
men that his company was pro- to her almost day
still uncertain, was slightly yield- came see every get them started. The' patience 'of; ,
r moting. Kezia was triumphant. She -and Mother has missed her'very N INSECTS
;. the lo king"after' them is the
, ing."And did not see the trying intermediate much," said: Hugh. "My sisterisn't
; Uncle John Renshaw-not main factor. Stick with them until 11 ON'FLOWERS FRUITS
steps of a salesman's life; her there now. Perhaps she would .
i really my uncle, but a cousin of they' are all eating. VEGETABLES & SHRUBS
imagination visioned Jerry as a like to come over you might
Mother's-has a weakness for "One hundred in aIO 12
A me. poults. by
trusted steel salesman with tripstc suggest it to her. Demand original sealed
l I think if I went to him, asked him brooder house '
is'enough..A temperature
bottles, from your dealer3tyy
California, New York, South "Good woman, Fluvanna! blurt. ti
prettily told him how fond of 90 to 95 'Fahrenheit ,
very degrees degrees -
, America, Russia. She immediately ed Gavin. "Try it. He looked at
I of him-and of you-he'd try at the of the hover
am edge
I went out and rented a two-room his watch, and nodding in dismissalto ) ,
to help." two inches from the floor is correctfor
the rushed for the door.
apartment, had excitement Hugh, of YouthIt
In the Strength
week, Lower the '
the first temperature
"He might do something, said
finding' furnishings for it with the (TO BE CONTINUED) that he bear
is good for a man
five each week
i Jerry thoughtfully. "No matter degrees ,until -

how good you are, it's pull and 70 degrees Fahrenheit, is the yoke in his youth.

family that put a fellow up. I've Strange Laws Control Postage Stamp reached."Prairie Farmre. .

seen it happen too many times not Remember This When
to know. And if I made just a lit- Designs; Predicaments Often Faced

tle more-say forty or fifty a week Room for.LayersNow You Need'a LaxativeIt

-you'd be willing to try it, Loveliness 1 Many unusual and humorous reg- Haitian treasury to purchase new is a good time to checkup on is better for you if your body ,..

?" I ulations govern the use and issueof stamps the old ones were ordered space per bird in the poultry house. keeps working' as Nature intended.

Kezia nodded, her eyes like stars. postage stamps throughout the used. But one restriction governedthe Crowded laying ,quarters have an Food wastes after digestion shouldbe

He started the car. They drove world. In the United "States, any use of the stamps. adverse 'effect upon health and pro- eliminated every day. When you

for a mile or so when the head- person, while alive, cannot be depicted They must be placed upside down duction. When not enough space is get constipated, take a dose or two

lights swept a sign ; n a curve of on American stamps statesa 01 every letter, package or mailing provided for the pullet flock, says a ,of purely vegetable Black-Draught

the; hill: "Br okIL'1e." Marriage Li- writer in the Philadelphia In- piece. lithe stamp was placed up writer in Wallaces" Farmer, seri- for Thousands prompt, and refreshing thousands relief.of men and

censes. No Waiting. quirer. right the receiver had to pay double ous losses, are more apt to occur women like Black-Draught and keep it

Kezia smiled to herself as she Several years ago a member of postage as the government believed from cannibalism, roup, colds and always on hand, for use at the first signof

turned it over in her mind. Why the British House of Lords suggested that stamps in such a position hon other diseases prevalent during the constipation. Have you tried it?

it actually stood ,there as if it were I that the portrait of King Georgeon ored a man who no longer ruled, winter months. There should be

suggesting a way for them! There British stamps be substitutedwith and, therefore, such stamps had no three square feet of space per bird,

might be advantages to it. She views of English scenery The value unless they were placed up- of the light breeds and ,four square i I .A, GOOD LAXATIVE

chuckled a little and he turned to I dignified listeners were shocked. I side down. This condition applied feet per bird of the heavy breeds.

her inquiringly. I To remove' the king's portrait was t until Haiti was able to obtain new Roomy, comfortable quarters reduce j
"I was thinking about that sign labor of management. Where ,
considered an insult. The suggesting stamps. ,
on: the hill-the one about marriage : houses overcrowded more, frequent
are ,
member sat down in disgrace. Afghanistan issued the most gro-

licenses.: I Britain's custom has been to reproduce tesque stamps of all time, in the removal of litter is necessary.The .

"What about" it? I only the likeness of the ruler i years 1870 to 1891. Each issue was problem of ventilation also be- '
"Think! she commanded:; "Then Don't Neglect Them!
more acute because of greater -
on every postage stamp. I printed in black. The deepness of comes
tell me if are thinking the designed the kidneys to do a
you in removing the large Nature
I In Rumania, King Carol, in the the color made it impossible for the difficulty marvelous job. Their task Is to keep the
same thing am. midst ,of important governmental postal employees to determine the amount of moisture given off by flowing! blood stream free of an excess of
His gleamed with swift in- j The act of living-life
eyes cold toxic impurities.
the birds, especially during
"'You.ouldn't1" 'I' discussions, ordered the postmaster condition of the stamp as the can- ilttlf is constantly producing: waste
telligence. I, general of his country to make certain celing ink was barely visible. weather., matter the kidneys must remove from
her face is endure.
She snuggled against his the blood if good health to
would work ;, that whenever a cancellation The stamps were cancelled there- When the kidneys fail to function as
sleeve. ."Funny boy-it
Intended, there is retention
wouldn't it? All over and I is applied to a stamp bearing the after by tearing a piece from them Poultry Lore tHatching waste Nature that may cause body-wide dis

done with everyone would king's picture it must be applied when mailed. eggs held longer' than 10 tress. One headache may suffer,attacks nagging: of backache dizziness _

have to put a good face on aboutit I lightly so as not to deface the por- 'II' days. decrease in hatchability. petting persistent up nights, swelling, puflmess WI""
feel tired, nervous, all
the -
Is .i. a grand idea or isn'tit trait. Largest Man in Congress under out. eyes

?" I The negro republic of Haiti is- Dixon H. Lewis, who served sev, Poultry experts estimate a pullet worn Frequent, scanty or burning passages

"Not give a hang for the future? I sued a set of stamps in 1887 with a eral terms in the house of repre eats 25 to 27 pounds of feed before may bladder be disturbance.further evidence of Kidney or

Let it take care of itself?" j portrait honoring President Salo- sentatives from Alabama and in reaching maturity. The recognized and proper treatmentIs
mon. A short time afterward an a diuretic medicine to help the kidneys
"It would-it would! she
tI chanted 1 1844 was appointed a senator from pet rid of excess poisonous body waste-
gleefully. "I know my family uprising forced Salomon to flee to the same state, is said to have Chicken canned on the bone is Use Doan's Pills. They have had more

; -they're very loyal. Once it's done Cuba in peril of his life. been the largest man who ever sat better flavored than .chicken meat endorsed than forty the years country of public over.approval.tDoan' Are on

and over with they'd-" The new party in power was at a I in congress. He ,was ,so large that stripped from the bone and cannedby ,. Sold at all drug; stores.

"Have to like it?" loss for different postage stamps: \ special chairs had to be made for itself. Frying chicken or any

"They'd help us-Hugh, Uncle The only type on hand were those I his use. Although his exact weightis other meat before canning it is un D '

John; Will Platt." bearing the deposed ruler's portrait. not recorded, tradition says hi satisfactory. '

Excitement played over Jerry's As there was little money in the I weighed more than 500 pcundi.


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: Gold Diggin' Seemed Marvels of MeasurementIt
; Builders for Ever .
bt Just to Be Boy's Long ForteA is' possible, nowadays by

, we build let us means of the latest gauges, to .
.' ctV1I1 .ertair. rich man retiree from WHEN that we build for make measurements of amazing .
Business and began to play golf. The millionth .
a ever. Let it be not for present accuracy. of an ,
He had worked hard from child- inch can be measured, the
delight, nor for present use
oLL hood, so, of course, as a golfer he alone; let it be such' work as amount of gold in a billion parts ,,,'
0 ; wore no medals, but, on; the other our descendants will thank us of sea-water can be weighed, and -

hand, his tips to the caddies were for, and let us think, as we temperatures from nearly absolute .,
very generous. zero (minus 450 degrees F.) .
hM)2i about lay stone on stone, that. a timeis
A colored boy who worked in a to come when those stones all the way up to the tremendous }

gold mine lost his job and was will be held sacred, because heat of 10,000 degrees F., the ,temperature .,
The; Origin of Sitdowns. taken 01 at the golf club anc: the of the run's surface can '
'our hands have touched them, '
MONICA, CALIF. first person he caddied for was the be determined. ::
SANTA and that men will say as they
the Barnum show there rich chap. The round va: along look upon the labor and Machines have now been made ; ,:
arid at the end the golfer which can rule 50,000 lines :
one, to the :;
onc' lady ele- wrought suostance of them
elderly ,
. was an LETTING,WELL ENOUGP ALONE tipped with his usual generosity.The I inch, all of them straight, parallel
Now Helen 'See! this. our fathers did for. ,
phant named Helen. caddie chuckled for joy., Then ," Ruskin. and exactly spaced, while it '
had wearied of traipsing to and "There is a man outside," said he said js is also possible to determine, by ...

fro in the land. the secretary, "who acts as if he "Boss, will you be diggin' here machine, the force required, to '" ',
,0 Probably she figured she'd seen really has something important on' ag'in about de same time 'tomorrow Compliments are reciprocal. crush a steel girder or crack the' '

everything anyhow. So each fall, his mind." ?"Montreal :,tai. shell of an egg. .1

when the season "I don't believe we'd better en- .. ,,'-;
him said Mr. DL.lstinSt i. :;
ended, she went courage .
rejoicing back "He probably wants to finance' :Discipline Is at the Root of All Human He Who Will '1

home to something." ;..' Why should call ourselves / :
Bridgeport we s
:c ; "Let Alone" Is Ruin
Conn. "What he has might make a lot Progress ; Principle men, unless it be to succeed in
Nobody ever knew : of money. everything, everywhere? Say of

the date of depar- ;: "It might. But supposing we were Discipline lies at the very root able to put a bridle on him. 'The' nothing, "This is beneath me," ,'_:

ture the next spring. ,'.':'. G to take a chance on him, I already, of all human progress or power; value of the man consists precisely nor feel that anything is beyond A

There was no more have abundant wealth and nothing the "Let alone" principle is, in all in the same thing.\ If you" your powers. Nothing is impossible .
bustle about winter- a much to think about. He has a lot things which man has to do with, can bridle him, or,which isrbetter,'' to the' man who can will. ,1

/ quarters on that to think about and maybe he'll be the principle'of death; it is ruin to if he can bridle himself, he will bea ---- '
/Vmorning\ than for happier if we leave him that way." him, certain and total if he lets his valuable creature directly. Oth- mouths must be held in with bit 4

{ ...j| weeks past. 4v land alone if he' lets his fellow- erwise, in a commercial point 'of and bridle." You are not to be : r IJ
But always, when Irvin S. Cobb Shaving CreamA men alone-if he lets his own soul view, his ,value is either nothing, without the reins, indeed, but they ,:
the handlers en- man and his wife received a alone. His whole life, on the con- or, accidental only. Only, of are to be of another kind: "I will :!
tered the "bull barn" to lead forth telephone call inviting'them to an trary, must, if it is healthy life, be course, the proper bridle of man is' guide thee with mine eye." So the .,
the herd, they found < Helen hun- impromptu :bridge party. They scur- continually one of plowing and not a leathern one: what kind of bridle of man is to be the Eye of '!

kered down on her voluminous ried upstairs to get ready. A few pruning, rebuking and helping, texture it is rightly, made of we": God; and if he rejects that guid- '.:'

haunches, which, under that vast moments later the wife heard her governing and punishing.The find from command, 'Be ye not ance, then the next best, for him, :
weight, spread out like cake batteron ausband grumbling. She went to value of the horse, consists' as the horse or as.the mule, which is the horse's and the mul 's.- ':,
a hot griddle. She would be see what was the matter. He said:
simply in the fact of your being have no understanding whose John Ruskin.
uttering shrill sobs of defiance. And "What's the matter'with this :1

neither prodding nor honeyed words shaving cream? It won't lather."

could budge her., His wife picked up the tube then "'" '. ..., ...,'" d" {

So they'd wrap chains around her asked: t.

and two of her mates would hitchon "When did you start shaving with : j ,,-
and drag her bodily, she still on tooth paste?"-Indianapolis News. ,

her rubbery flanks, aboard a wait- ..-'I1
ing car. She'd quit weeping then WHO ASKED? c ,1j

and wipe her snout and accept what 0 The patented ,;jI
fate sent her. two extra layers of ?
So please don't come telling me Gum-Dipped cords "
told the heavy tread to
that the sit-down strike is a new a' Gum-Dipped cord body
notion or that somebody in Europe I I I I I I ,
The body of patented Gum- ,
first thought it up. Thirty years agoI Dipped High Stretch

saw my lady elephant friend, Hel- Cardswhicb, give greater j ....
adhesion flexibility and Z %>
en, putting on one. b strength to withstand ":
I I I I r.; Yy and strains

Taxes and More Taxes. .'
JUST when everybody is taking '..I\
from the yodelled promises -'

of that happy optimist, Chair- THE patented scientific arrangement
man Harrison of the senate finance
spacing of the deep rugged
committee, that the governmentwill I ,
be able' to get by for 1937 with- 4J / bars of the tread, make this tire

*. out taxes asking, what this happens congress? to boost Mary-Paul has spoken at last. self-cleaning., It'will not clog or ball up, "

Sue-And was his answer "yes"? thus providing clean traction with sk r,
{$% Why, in a most annoying way, every
Governor Eccles of the federal reserve turn of the wheel. The deep rugged
board keeps proclaiming that, Individual
to make treasur receipts come "They say Jones is devoted to his tread is held inseparably to the cord

anywhere near meeting treasury golf, and his wife is equally fond of body because every.cotton fiber in every
disbursements throughout the year, auction sales."
cord has been
soaked in
he's afraid it's going to be neces- "Yes, and'the tunny part about it pure liquid
sary to raise the rates on incomesand is that they both talk in their sleep. rubber by the Firestone Patented Processof

profits higher than ever. The other night the people in the
Gum-Dipping. This gives the tire :
And meanwhile state governorsand next flat heard him shout, 'Fore!' .'
civic authorities, scream with and immediately his wife yelled much greater strength to resist the strainsof

agony at the bare prospect of any 'FivePhiladelphia! Bulletin. the extra' "pull." 'N> aFI
reductions in Uncle Sam's allot-

ments for local projects.. Artist Ground Grip Tires save 25 per cent
"What beautiful scallops you have .
Self-Determination. made on the pies" Mandyl! How do in time and 25 per cent in fuel. They ui'S

FORMERLY the states jealously you do it?" give more ,traction and drawbar pull -
guarded their sovereign per- "Ah's glad you like dem, Mam.
quisites. Once-but that was so Ah just used mah false teeth to ride easier and cut down repair bills. 3 .

long ago many have almost forgotten make de impresses."-Ihe Abbey I You can save time and money by LJ
it-they fought among them- Chronicle.
equipping tractors trucks and farm
selves one of the bloodiest civil wars I your ,

in history over the issue of states' Art implements with Ground Grip Tires. \
rights. "Are'you fond of pictures?" asked See
your Implement Dealer Firestone
Now we see them complacently the man who is interested in art. ,
surrendering to federal bureaus "I should say so!" answered Tire Dealer or Firestone Auto Supply

\ those ancient privileges-and may- Broncho Bob. "Give me jacks, and Service Store today. x
be, after all, that's the proper thingto queens or kings every time. I
do, if in centralized authority lies always did hate to fool] with ten
the hope of preserving a republican spots or less." FOR ,CARS FOR TRUCKS FOR TRACTORS

\ form of government. 4.50-21. .... .... ......$10.65 30x5 H.D.. .........$%8.50 5.0045.$12.15'
Still, one wonders what DIFFICULT JOB
would do under like circum-- 47519. .. ..........' :11.55 32x6 Truck Type. ... 37.1O 5.50-16.-;;;.:;: :12.95

stances, since Englishmen are fussy 5.50-17.. ..........; .:14.35 32x6 H.D.. . ... ....- 48.6O 7.50-16. .. .:;:;:..:.: 18.8O

'" about their inheritance of self-de- J 60016.............. :16.25 6.00-20 .. ... .....: %z.75 90036....;;;:;....; 72.2O

termination. Perhaps the distinc- 6.50-16 .. .. .......... 19.6O 65020. . ..... ... %9.50 12.75.28..112.75
tion is this: I. .
In democracies there exists the

free false and theory equal.that So all the men Englishman are born FIRESTONE AUTO SUPPLIES FOR EVERY FARM USE I

insists on having his freedom, whichis
Firestone Dealers and Firestone Auto Supply and i
a concrete thing, and laughs at Service Stores d'
are farmers' headquarters for batteries, SPARK PLUGS
the idea of equality. Whereas, the spark plugs, brake lining, fan belts, garden hose, radios I
American abandons his individual for car or home, seat covers and 2,000 other useful life
freedom provided he may cling to articles. You can be sure when you buy Firestone
the fetish of equality. Products you are getting the greatest value for your trode for better
Mrs. B.-1 simplY cannot balancemy money. Write Firestone at Akron or Los Angeles for motor per-
The Parole Racket. checkbook.Mr. 1937 FirestonE Auto Supply Catalog, today. HOME RADIOS formance.Complete .

TT IS astonishing but seemingly B.-No; you'd need a jugglerfor OAe Owune&'t Qfioice line
true that, of five young gang that. electric or battery
sters recently caught red-handed ina GRADE QUALITY- Built of high quality materials sets. Walnut
criminal operation, not a singleone Family Row by skilled tire engineers. cabinets. Tonecontrol.

was a convict out on parole. Is "I'll have you understand my kin GUM-DIPPED CORD BODY-Every cotton fiber in every cord .
there no way to bar rank amateurs are the salt of the earth. saturated and coated with pure liquid rubber, giving Dynamic R

from a profession calling for prior "Well, I don't doubt tnat. Salt is greatest protection, against, blowouts. Airplane speakers.
experience and proper background? the cheapest stuff we buy."-Atchison LONGER NON-SKID MILEAGE The dial.
'And can it be that the various pa- Globe wider, flatter tread-more and IU rq
role boards over the union are not '" '. tougher rubber,gives long,even -
turning loose qualified practitionersfast !/fl \f wear and thousands of extra BATTERIES
enough to with Hard to Follow"Ow's :,< miles. Power and
keep up the demand Tiretone : 1' ( BRAKE LINING dependability.O .
? Maybe we need ; yer Missis, George?" FIRESTONE NAME AND
self-open- For Patented feature
STANDARD \. '1" can,trucks and buses. *
,** ing jails. "Oh, she be a-jawin' an' a-jawin', ;'' '' :; GUARANTEEYourLOOK Give longer service. insure long life.
e AT THESE ''/0., '': assurance of t safety, V
Those sentimentalists who abhor an a-jawir/ .;,I, .o:, AUTO RADIO
# the idea that a chronic offender be "Wot's she jawin' about?" P.OWr& __ jfl:('ilp dependability ,42 6 all-metal

required to serve out his latest sen- "Well, she .don't say, "London 4.50-20 9 8.70 = economy. tubes. Sound \r
tence should take steps right away Punch. 3.25-18 11.40 r SENTINEL TYPE!COURIER TYPE 4 :, diffusion. 8'dynamic
to correct this thing before it goes 6.00-16 5.50-17 12.50 13.9S 15 40-21 $5.6514 SS.43 FAN BELTS
450.20 6.0514.50-21 6.O3 i speaker. Dash RubbcrL-ed cord,
too far. Our parole system must 3 for
.'': Stem-Winder TRUCKS Hi BUSES Often Pfoporltornlnly Low l mountings prestre tched.
be vindicated
if it costs the lives all cars. Long wearing.
busines- ''" -
6.50-20 .
is $15.65
and Listen to the Voice of
property of ten times as
many "Shouldn't be." 7.00-20 34.05 !I Firestone Monday evening
-r innocent citizens as at present. Others t
over Nationwide N. B. C. tt
IRVIN S. COBB. "Why? Proportionately Low "! Red Network .
s -WNU Service. "Just been wound up by the
court." Copyright 1K! 7,Jilrestoue Tire&JiubDcc Co.


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Pension- cia Ann Bailey and Jo Anne Crouch. them. velops; the Gulf commerce could be
Old Age
A club was organized last week expected to'increase one and one half
100% Spelling: Patricia Bailey, ,
June Espenlaub, Charles Benbow, for high school girls. The officersare to two percent annually' ; and ships 22HU.

(Continued' rom page 1) Ruth Emrich, Gene Mills, Sammy ': Ethel Willis, president; Bernice passing through the Florida straitsrun FLORIDA

also may be obtained at the Board'soffice Young, Nancy Wright, Faith Mitch- Guthrie, secretary; Gladys Willis, the risk of hurricanes with an
in Washington, D. C. As the annual loss of approximately $248-
ell, William McCracken, Louise treasurer.. Other members are Dot '
claims load increases, the Board stat- Hare Billy Hooker, Bernice 'O'Neal, 000. .
Prewitt, Bobby Maynard, Jo Anne I .
be opened,
ed new field offices Crouch, Grace Ward, Margie Allen, Christine Bell, :Mildred Ward, Martha GJ
until the maximum number of approximately DEER ,SLAYING FOR TICKS W
Mary Ellen Smith, Clarence Styles, Nell Alston and Jerry Hulsey.It
, 400 offices establish-- given the title of V. V. Club. FOUGHT BEFORE COALMITTEK
Gilbert McLeod, Dorothy Mitchell, was "W Q1; t
ed. Harriett Alston and Janice Norton. The motto is: "Dig Sister Dig". Flower R 11IT
"Field offices of the board will : Rose. Sharp diversity of opinion resulted [ l !i
pupils surprised
The second grade
claimants whenit this week as legislative commit-
contact prospective their teacher with a miscellaneous Mildred Ward motored to Fort My-
is indicated they may be eligiblefor tees considered 'a proposed law auth- QfHiW
a benefit and explain and'hElp shower Wednesday. ers orizing the state live stock sanitary

claimants to execute the necessary Third Grade Xews- The class regrets that Jerry Hul- board to kill wild deer in a cam-

forms," Mr. Donaldson continued. Spelling honor roll: Wilma Jean sey leaving this week for her home, paign to eradicate cattle fever ticksin
&1 (jJ
in Rockville, Georgia. She will fIn-
Simmons Nora Oglesby Florida. Representatives of the
Pointing to the simplicity of the Tingle, Doris -
claims forms, the board declared this Shirley Moon, Noley Geiger, Ogle ish the school term there. board said the deer must be killedto &l1b1Stop

makes unnecessary the employmentof Lee Arnette, Emily Joyce Bullen. We wish to thank Mrs. Spicer for eliminate ticks, :while speakersfor

attorneys or claims agents to as- Mamie Trice, David Belcher, James the beautiful flowers which she; the sportsmen and the state game

sist claimants: even a notary fee will Ricks and Esther Brewer. brought to school on Tuesday of this commission said they doubted the
week. Bouquets were placed In wisdom of the
board said, on Belcher plan.
not be necessary, the Monthly honor roll: David -

claims of one hundred dollars or less. Shirley Moon, Nora Oglesby and room. The committees have not voted on

The lump sum payment provisionsof Emily Joyce Bullen. the pending bill and conducted a .
public hearing obtain informationIn
the Federal old-age benefit plan Fourth Grade Xews-- '
CRIPPLED I> CHILD EDUCATION I making their reports., at the
became effective January 1, it is explained Han-
Spelling honor roll: Richard
Monthly benefits do not be- na, Nicky Schiffli, Ralph Silva, Wil- Washington, D. C., April 15 (FNS) The board would finance the lega- jiotelpotcicia
lized deer killing if the legislature
come operative until 1942. Pensions liam Willis, Henry Chapman, Chris- -School authorities throughout, the passes the law.

eligible for lump sum payments are tine Redish, Elsie Bembry, Marilyn nation as well as individuals con-
Dr. J. V. Knapp, state veterinarian
those in covered employment after cerned with educational subjects -
Davis, and Sue VonMach. .
said the
areas where the board
1936 who; at age 65 either fail to are focused on Washington this:weekas I
Monthly honor roll: Louise Blount, has been unable to complete' the eradication -I
fail to
of $2,000 or
have total wages Senate sub-committee, hearings,
Nicky Schiffli, Elsie Bembry, Par- I because of 'infested
program -
meet the time requirement, or both. conducted by the Senate Committeeon Outside Rooms With '
melia Bourne, and Christine Redish. deer are confined to five or 'six '
To qualify for a monthly benefit a Education and Labor, presided Private Bath "
Fifth Grade Xews- counties. These are in Orange, Brev-
wage earner must be 65 years old, over by Senator Claude Pepper, con- .
, his total wages from covered employ- Honor roll for month: Billy Per- siders testimony on Senate Bill 1643 ard, Highlands, Glades, Collier and COOL, CLEAN, QUIET

ments after 1936 must be $2,000 or: ry, Eric Belcher, Phyllis McLeod, which provides for the education of Hendry. i
Knapp 'said the livestock board Overlooking Biscayne Bay
Barbara Broadfoot and Marianne
_ more, and he must have earned wag all types of physically handicapped
Jones. had tried every other means to kill
es after 1936 in covered employ- children. Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and
ments for at least one day In- ,each Sixth Grade Xews- The bill, introduced by Senator the ticks and that the eradication Business Section.

five different calendar years. Honor roll: Elbert Hooker, Paul Pepper, would care for those unfor- program will remain unfinished until

Schuck, Pearl ,Bembry, Janie Brant- infested deer, in 'these areas were re-
Lump, sum payments now payable tunate boys and girls who at present RATES
ley, Mary; Mathis, Gloria McDuffie, moved. He estimated that there are
amount to three and one-half per I receive no consideration from
Anne Pafford and Esther Haven. about 1,000 deer Involved.
cent of the total wages earned by the either the states or the Federal government .
individual in covered employmentsafter Seventh Grade News- ... Henry Wisenfeld, chairman of the 1.50 Single

Honor roll Gus Cantrell Renee state game commission, opposed the
: ,
1936. To the states, which, would include
slaying, and said he thought the cat- $2.50 Double
Wethington, Julia Ann Oglesby, JuneHooker
If a'wage earner files a claim, the i the District of Columbia, territoriesof
tle tick 'would remain after the deer
form for"wage earner" is to be used. I Alaska, Hawaii and the island of &
The honor roll for the ninth and are killed. Special Family, Weekly
If the wage earner dies before at- i Porto Rico, there would be, under
Dave Newell, of Leesburg, Monthly Rates
tenth grades will in nextweek's repre-
taining age 65, or before filing a appear the act, appropriated $11,000,000,
senting the Florida Conservation
claim on the "wage erner" form, and paper. and there would be $500,000 for ad- S. D. MeCREARY, Proprietor
council, asked the committees to seek
Eleventh Grade News-
does not leave a will, payment will ministration, investigation studies,
some other way to solve the problem.
be made to the widow or widower, if Honor roll: Gladys Willis. reports; etc., to the United' States

either survives. The "widow or wi Twelfth Grade News- Office of Education. .

dower" form is to be used in such Honor roll: Bobby Patterson, El- Each state would receive $40,000 -
I .. ; :idBr. :: .1 1.'t :::-' :"::, :t" }
cases. j bert Willis and Ed Clark. I to establish, extend and, improve facilities :ri

Where the, wage earner dies without The elementary school gave the for such work and, this

leaving a will or a surviving following assembly program Monday would not require matching. :This .
spouse, the "close relative" form Is morning: would aggregate $2,080,000 and the i/ ; ::.: :.' "

used for a claim filed by: a child or Song,; "Sing Robin, Sing", Grade remaining $9,000,000 wouldbe, available \ '
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grandchild or his legal custodian if One. if matched by the states.It ? <

under legal disability, or by the "America", Rhythm Band. is estimated that' approximately { ; J1"

father or mother of the, deceased "Humpty Dumpty", Rhythm Band.A two millions would be aided through '; ; :;,

wage earner. piano solo, "A Bunch of Dais- this legislation. Educators considerit } .i
The "executor or administrator"form ies", Mary Louise Thomas. one' of the most important measures / ; ;!

is for the use of the executoror Piano solo, Nora Oglesby. under consideration at : this Foi .,

administrator of 'the deceased Song, Esther Haven. time. ,It is sponsored by the International ,\/::, .. : '' : ',, ,,>,,- :,. ;",. "

wage earner. The "guardian or com- Tap dance, Gloria McDuffie, Anne Society for Crippled ,Child- ;, ..? _

mittee" is be used the Pafford and Elizabeth Winn: ren and twelve affiliated organizations '
form to by -
guardian- committee of the legally Song by'the fifth and sixth grades, in this special field of. educa- :e} ,>; : :::t{;; : ,
incompetent wage earner. "Empty Saddles". tion. i ;" .." : '

The "Statement of Employer" is- Who's Here and There Senator Pepper feels the hearingnow < ;':' :, :

to be filed with each type_ of claim. Wootsie Warren; Ethel Willis, underway will indicate an imperative ;:; "

Prompt execution of this form by the Gladys Willis and friends enjoyed a urge for the enactment of ,

employer will be of material help to picnic at Fisheating Creek Sunday. this legislation. : ; 'i : ;' '

the wage earner who is filing a Bernice O'Neal visited relatives In Printing

claim. The "Statement of Employer", Fort Myers Sunday. GEN. MARKHAM URGES ,

the Board explained, Is required in Billie Hoker, Bernice Guthrie, BUILDING OF SHIP ,CANAL .

adjudicating early claims. When the Jack Moorman, Vincent Oglesby, .'" ,-JI7 1 <' /0/ '

board has completed the setting up Connie Clark and Florine Moore :Washington, L.- aril 15' (FNb). : ';:

spent Sunday: in Palm Beach. -Major General Edward. Mark- ,, ;
of initial records for each of the i :
Bobby Patterson motored to South ham, chief of United States Engi- .
26,000,000 wage earners under this ,
section of the Act, and as employees' Bay Monday ,night. ( neers, testifying before the congres-I C'j ,{ < ;t1 Z::
sional committee
earnings are reported, there will be And What He Didn't Know came '
Auctioneer: "What am I offeredfor footedly for the completion! 'of the ,': : I /':
less occasion to use the "Statementof I 0,>: <, ,
Florida state canal. ,
this beautiful bust of Robert cross 'ofMerit
Employer" form now required. :p ," ,. -' -,
However, since the first report of Burns?," Markham told members of the 1.

Man In crowd: "That ain't Burns, house rivers and harbors committee ; : ; '
employees wages are not due from
the employer until next July, the' that's Shakespeare;" that, despite board engineers' adverse : : : '

"Statement of Employer" is being Auctioneer: "Well, folks, the jokeis reports, construction of the canal :, ; /{ : .

used in every case. After wage records on me. That shows what I know would not seriously effect the state's '1 : i_ 43 : : ,. I

"Statement of employees of Employer"are current may, the be about the Bible." water He held supply.vigorously to his report r"i; ; "i : I

used in some cases to supplement the (Omitted Last Week) that the government would be justi- ;. L .. ,
First Grade News- fied in spending $197,121,000 to : < ; .
Board's records. '
Reading honor roll: Mary Katherine complete the project. I : .d\
Supporting, papers necessarfor : : :
claims adjudication are:, (1) proofof i Dyess. Scoffing at assertions that ship- ) f\

birth where the claim is for an Numbers: Gladys Jackson, Carline pers probably would not use the can- : ,: 1;' !1 : "'

amount in excess of $100, (2) proofof Berner, Estelle Richards and Kim al even if the government should decide : ;: ;,;

death if the wage earner is deceased Kolstad. to complete it, he said: "Every &r.',, \ ..
Spelling: Carline Berner, Virginia boat that floats, of proper dimen-
and (3) proof of appoint-
Turner, Lillian Golden, Ruth \ ; :Jj'
ment where the application is filed Mary sions, will use it. He pointed out t'

by an executor, administrator, guardian .; Johnson, Ruby Ricks, Kim Kolstad, that shippers were not interested be- 1 ; ;'
Dicky Schiffli, Betty Lou Emrich, cause their is basisIn ; "
or committee.The pay on a parity '. i;.);
; Mary Katherine Dyess, Clifford Beat- the present route around the Florida _" '_ ., .,,
Tampa office of the Social Se- .-"
ty and Jacky Redish. keys, therefore, he the
curity; Board is located at 1119 Citi- i
Second Grade News- shorter route would not accrue to ':
zens Bank
Spelling honor toll: June Espen- their benefit. '" : : <

laub, Patricia Bailey, Sammy Young, The same situation applies in the l' 'ii' 1'r: : r ,

Dorothy Mitchell, Mary Ellen Smith, petroleum Industry, he said, becauseany ,. .
School GJews Louise_ 'Prewitt, Gilbert McLeod, saving would be passed on to the 'of-; ". s '_ i'('. :-: '' '
Faith Mitchell, William McCracken, consumer. The real benefits, he con- >r "

Jo Anne Crouch, Harriett Alston and tended, will be to the public., ., d': ;,,; : "" ,/: <- .

Editor ................._Ethel Willis Clarence Stiles. The General told the committeethat ': :to. :', ', I : :-.
We are to know that his ; ,
Ass't Editor Eterrtice O'Xeal sorry Ray- report was not greatly at '" -. ..,<'"
mond Trice has been ill all week and odds with that of the board of engi- .1
Sports Editor .. -....LeRoj' Hare ;,-<< ..:
hope he will ,soon return to school'[ neers. The two decisions, he said, t.The :
Miss Victoria Curtis
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i Third Grade News- o had to do with two entirely different ; ., '

I Spellirfg honor roll: Doris Simmons -, canals, the board figuring on depth :& {' ;: ;" :: ;: : ,; J.\1: :; : "

First Grade NewsHonor' Noley Geiger, Nora Oglesby. of from 35 to 37 feet, whlleThe recommends r.. : ? 'i;:

loll; Clifford Beatty, Grant Emily Bullen, Onida Johnson, Mamie 33 feet as sufficient. They >

Brewer, Kim Kolstad, Annis Adams, Trice, Esther Brewer 'and '
Ogie Arn- concurred a width of 40,0'feet and :
Carline Berner, Mary Katherine Dy- ette. Markham told the committee there lewi.sonlewsY !:

ess, Betty Lou Emrich, Lillian Golden Fourth Grade News- was no disagreement, OJFI the water ./ (
Gladys Jackson, Mary Ruth John Spelling honor roll: Sue VonMach, way's saving to vessels plying Gulf ": \
son, Estelle Richards, Ruby Ricks Louise'mount, Parmelia Bourne, .waters. ;' '" ':' -
and Virginia' Turner., I Christine Redish, Nicky Schiffli, Mar- Continuing said there were .> & -: ,. ::;.."'' ,.
Second Grade News- lyn Davis: and ,Elsie Bembry. four items which his report had not :: :", ':: ;,',.' : ,',', ', <,,: '. ,.'

Honor roll: Charles Benbow, Gilbert Fifth Grade; News- "capitalized" upon, yet were worthyof ,Y, ,

McLeod. Faith Mitchell, Dorothy I We are glad to enroll Refo Mathis consideration: The cafTal would be'

Mitchell Ruth, Emrich, .Nancy 1 1J this week. of tremendous value to the z n\ition .

Wright, Mary Ellen Smith, I The Seniors received their announcement in case of war; there will be a greater I :7.:

Ward, Mary Louise Thomas, Louise and Invitation cards this demand for a short route as' the,

Piewitt, William: McCrackfen, Patri! )verb and ,:were very pleased with Gulf states, :Slash pine lndustry'dn- ." ,' MIP >> ; ;\\.tl' ..' :'::rI ';:,_ i ';".:"

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