The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 23, 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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.. WATERWAY BILL IS l Local Men Attend I CLEWISTON TENNIS University Men Are I E. D. D. ,RECEIVES

Field Cattle Kiwanis Speakers


Several local men, including J. E. The Kiwanic Club members at

: REP. PETERSONRep. Beardsley, D. W. Beardsley, J. E. SIX TOURNAMENTSAt their meeting Wednesday night at FROM R. F. CORP.
Frierson and Glen H. Williams, at- the Clewiston Inn enjoyed two splen-
tended the Field Day for Cattle did talks from visiting Kiwanians, -- ,

Hardin Peterson introduceda Breeders held at the State Experi- the last meeting of the Clew- Professor'. E. Stokes, agronomist,I A loan of $3,729,000 to Ever-
bill in Congress Tuesday to pave ment Station at Belle Glade last iston Tennis Club, it was decided to,! and Dr. W. L. Sheely, animal hus- galdes Drainage District by the Re-
the way for the expansion of the I Thursday. stage various tournaments ts composedof I i bandryman, both of the extension department construction Finance Corporation

Okeechobee waterway to ship canal Among the talks was one by Pro men's singles men's 'doubles, la- of the niversity of was; announced in Washington Wed-
.. proportions and it was referred to fessor Neal, who spoke on mineral dies' singles, ladie's' doubles, and da and members of the Flori-I) nesday, the funds to be applied on
the committee on rivers and harbors. requirements for cattle in the mixed doubles. Kiwanis Club.Professor outstanding indebtedness "on terms
Stokes talked on the and conditions fixed by the RFC".
of the
'Glades. Mr. Hendley
The bill directs the secretary of Due to the fact that ,there are so '
meaning of agronomu and laid stresson -Copies of the resolution of the RFC
r. husbandry department of the University '
war to have a preliminary survey of 'many players who have 'Just recently
cat- the research work done by the board granting the loan have not
extension service spoke on
the waterway from Stuart to, Punta started playing tennis or who have
state experiment stations in developing yet been reieived by the distriit's of-
tle breeding. Mr. Kidder,
Rassa with a view to widening and not played in such a long time, it
the Everglades: Experiment Sta- new crops. He is a specialist in fiie, according to J. E. Beardsley,
deepening it for navigation. was decided to divide the singles : '
forage crops. :member ,of the Everglades Drainage
tion, discussed the feeding experi-
into two flights. Those players who
Mr., Peterson said he expected the
Dr. talked the recent developments I ,
ment which has been carried'on 'at Sheely on District board.
would show that a lock type thought they were either not experi- '
survey the station using four plots of grass. in livestock work in the : Bonds of the district totalling $12-
) ship canal for ocean vessels was feasG enced enough or had not played
A The group was accompanied on a southern part of the state with particular 411,000 have been in default since
ible and that the steps much recently could enter the second
necessary .
tour of the grass plots by Dr: A. reference to beef cattle. Both 1931 and more than $3,000OfiO interest -
could be taken upon receipt of a fav- flight and all other players could
Daane, director of the Station. Dr. "heely' and Professor Stokes were has accrued. The district applied -
orable report from the war depart- ; enter the first flight. interested speakers and their informal last June for a loan from RFC

ment. RANKS TO CLOSED MONDAY After considerable effort and work discussions of their work were for refinancing 'purposes. It is the
Unofficial estimates by army en- -- i on the part of our team manager, well received by the Kiwanians. hope of the board of commissioners'

gineers and engineers for the Okee- Monday, April 26th, Memorial ,I Fred Curry, in trying to see all the: The visitors had attended the an- to settle with present holders of

chobec flood control district place Day, is a holiday in the State of members of the club and other players nual Field Day for Cattle Breeders bonds at a large discount, using
the cost of a 33-foot ship canal at Florida and the First 'Dank of Clew- to sign them up for the tour- held at Brighton this week and spent i money obtained from RFC for this

about $36,000,000 more than already iston will observe the day by remain- nament, it was decided to take the the night in Clewiston en route 'to purpose, and then to issue new and
', spent to provide a nine-foot chan ing closed. names of all members, of the club Belle Glade on a trip through the long-term maturing bonds to RFCin
nel. This compares with a cost of and prospective members and have Everglades ,section.DISPLAY repayment of the loan.

from $200,000,000 to $263,000,000. the drawing. This was done_ Sunday Under present conditions, the affairs -
for the Ocala ship canal. CLEWISTON SCHOOL afternoon with six officers and'' mem- of the district have necessarily' /

The peresent locks at Ortona and bers of, the club present. Mr. Curry been at a standstill for several years
Moore Haven are capable of being presided.The during which litigation with bond-
deepened to accomodate ocean shipping DEBATERS WIN rules for playing in the tour- holders and attempts at a settlementwith

1 and a new lock is to replace the nament will be posted at the tennis INDUSTRY IN MIAMI them have been in process.
one on the St. Lucie near Stuart courts and must be obeyed. All members Although details of the conditions

which now limits the waterway to 'For the second consecutive year I I in ,order to be able to partici- -T under which the loan was granted
six feet without using the by-pass. at Ed Clark :was awarded the gold medal pate, in the tournament, must have industry have not been received here, it is be-
the -
An exhibit depicting sugar
that point.CRIPPLED.. as the best debater in the annual their dues paid up to date. Prizes lieved that there will be no funds
in the Everglades, is on display '
debating contest at the' Clewiston will be awarded to the winner of available for any other purpose than
in Miami at the Better Homes
High School. The debate, conducted each tournament. These prizes are The refinancing the present indebtednessof
NEXT TUESDAYA Exposition which today.
LaBELLE opens
Monday evening in the local school; expected to be donated by the vari- the district. A. H. Wagg, chairman -
the United
exhibit was prepared by
crippled children's clinic will be auditorium, was between teams from ous business men of Clewiston and States Sugar Corporation and occu- of the board, has informed
conducted by Dr. A. H.Veiland of the Clewiston High School and the their names will appear as the don- pies a preferential place at the main members that a meeting would be

Coral Gables next Tuesday morning, Lal3elle ,High School .and was won ors.It entrance to the exposition groundson called to act 'upon the, proposal as
April 27th in LaBelle. The clinic will by the Clewiston team. is requested that each player Biscayne Boulevard.Of soon as copy of the RFC conditionsis
be held in the Woman's CommunityClub Organized debates were introdur-I' cooperate with our team manager in received.
chief interest is the diorama
room over -the, Bank of LaBelle.: ed in the local school three years ago putting on these tournaments, so
Assisting nurses will be Mrs.; Nell! and much'interest has ,been nianifest I please, see your partner or opponentto which gives in miniature a cross- FREAK TOMATO.FROM: LAKJ

'R imer and Mrs. Lucyle Lunsford. I I by various students so that thu quality make the necessary arrangementsfor section of the'entire propertythecane HARBOR IS SENT TO TCIPLEY
playing off the matches, as fields separated by drainage .
I Any children in the community are of debating has been greatly im
0 privileged: to attend,,this, free clinic;I II proved M.' E.-VonMach,. uovr chairman -.. promptly: as possible. The best (two canals, with laborers cutting caneand'loading'it A freak tomato, perfectly :formed
I -- which is conducted by the State, ofi I of the county board of 'public out of three sets will determine the- on- the .Anthey..wag and solidly developed but 'With a
has- in the matches. ons, small electrically driven tractors -
winner it
Florida free. Transportation can be instruction each year presenteda blade of grass growing through
obtained by applying at the school I gold medal to the individual judged Rules of Play pulling loaded wagons to the was sent this week to Ripley of the

builq.ing"or advising any P.-T., A. of the, best debater., 1. Only members whose current sugar house. Also included in the Believe It Or Not series. The tomato,
ficer. This year's team Jimmy Hall, Bob quarterly 'dues are paid will be ,,allowed scene are, cane hoists, railroad, yards ,which measured 9 and 3-& inches in
to participate in matches. with cane trains on the tracks and in from
and Ed Clark,' represented circumference was brought
I the affirmative side'of the question, 2. All matches will bebest two out other equipment typical of the" in- the M. H. Crouch packing house at
British To I .
Corporation II "Resolved: That the ,United States of three sets. dustry. Lake Harbor and was grown in that
I Should Require Two Years of Military 3. Contestants may, play matchesat The booth, which is 30 feet in vicinity.The .
Manufacture Celotex t Training Between' the Ages of their convenience within the lim- width, has been equipped with a blade of grass protudes from

-- ,'18 and 20." The LaBelle High Schoolin its set for the play of each round. screen and at hourly intervals the opposite sides _of the. tomato, one

B. G. Dahlberg, of Chicago, is. accepting the challenge offered Players unable to arrange matches sound movie, "Sugar :n the Ever- end appearing near the tomato stem
'quoted in a New York: press, dispatchas I b)"' the Clewiston school, chose the will be defaulted. glades" will be shown during the I I and the other about ,an inch and a

announcing the negative. 4. First round matches will be, hours from noon to 10 p., in. Thereare I half from a point directly opposite.
British: corporation to, manufacture I The LaBelle debaters, Archie'Fortson played prior to May '3rd;'' second also on' display photographs

and. market, celotex products in the ; Walter Reeves and Robert Tay- round matches' prior to May 17th; I showing various phases of the industry May Day Program
British Isles ,and colonial posses- lor, presented 'some very effective ar third, round prior to May 24th; all a splendid assortment of sugar

sions. guments and were well-versed in, the others prior to May 30th; finals MaySOthV cane, sample bags of raw and ,refin- On. Friday at SchoolMay
Mr. Dahlberg, who is president of subject, .but the audience, indicatedby i ed sugar and literature describing
the Celotex corporation, was also I its applause that it concurred in 5. Except as modified above rulesof I Clewiston and the section of the' Everglades -
J president of the first company to the judge's decision that, the affirm- U. S. L. T. A. shall apply in all I in which the cane is grown. Day' exercises will be held by

pioneer the commercial raising of ative speakers were winners. cases. The Better Homes Exposition occupies -: pupils of ,the Clewiston School on
sugar cane in the Everglades. At Each member of the: winning team Matches for Tournament Play: the property recently used by the school grounds at 5':30 next Fri-

that time some ,celotex was manu- was presented with merchandise,: of Men's Singles -First Flight the Florida Ford Exposition. It is day afternoon, April 30th and the
factured from waste cane fibre from $2.00 value, these ,prizes being do- Bye vs Morrison; Hackett vs Bye; sponsored by the Miami Chamber of public is cordially invited to attend
nated by J. K. Baker J. McGeheeand J. F. B. Miami Herald and I I the program, 'which will be the most
Everglades, plantations, but this : A. Curry vs SpikesI; : ley vs Commerce and the
G. L. 'I. Lawson ,Bye contain addition to the colorful event of the school's pro-
practice was abandoned several years Royal. Beardsley; Bye vs ; vs will ; in '
ago The'Clew ston sugar house con- Judges of the debate were Judge Mobley; Beery vs Bye; Bye'vs Ford; homes exhibits fifty other educa- grams this year.Amplifiers .

sumes all its bagasse as fuel. Elmer Ward, Whit Ansley, ,Lynn Pafford vs Yenawine; 'Bye vs C.I tional exhibits and displays. Admis- have been arranged so
Mr. Dahlberg 'said that the organ- Gerald and Thos.' Howard of Fort Moore; Woodward vs J. Robbins; It. sion to the Exposition is free 'and that the music and spoken words will

4- ization of the British corporation Myers, F. Deane Duff Captain G. E. Robbins vs Bye; Meredith vs Mar- band concerts and other attractionsare carry to all parts of the audience.
will be effected by American and Linkswiler, and Mrs. M. M. Prewittof kette; Bye vs L.' Hare. featured daily. It is' expectedthat The program, which will consist of
British interests and will be known Clewiston.The Men's Singles-Second Flight attendance at the Expositionwill songs, dances, the winding of the
as Celotex, Ltd. Underwriting arrangements auditorium was crowded by Liddell vs Jim Beardsley; Lockhartvs top the 100,000 mark. Maypole and the crowning of the
have been completed for the, local schol patrons and friends i S. Bell; R. Smith vs. B. Vorhees; May King and Queen, will be about
erection of a plant Wembley district I augmented by a large number of La- G. Royal vs L. C. Miller;' E.' Von Group To Meet And 40 to 45 minutes long. The late afternoon -

of London at an estimated cost Belle citizens, school teachers and Mach vs M. Lowe; Crochet vs Rufus hour' has been decided upon
of one and a quarter million dollars. friends of the debaters. Smith; B. Patterson vs B. McCrack- Discuss Ball Team this year as it is believed to be more
G. S. Waddiugton will be managing Bill Owen acted as, chairman of en; B. Owen vs J. W. Ezclle. convenient for many patrons and
dirE, -dor abroad. the debate, announcing the subjectand ,. Men's Doubles -- friends of the school. Miss Saundal
will bo held in the office -
George Burt, of Chicago, a brotherof introducing the speakers. Several Hackett & Markette vs Liddell &:i A meeting Watson is in charge of the program.
Mrs. F. M. Wright of Clewiston, is entertainment numbers ,were' pre- Royal; :Manley & R. Smith vs Bill of C. E. Miner (next door to Athletic events, under the super-

en route to London to supervise the sented and well received by the au- Owen ,&' Virgil Lawrence; Meredith "Western Union) next Monday even- vision of M. E. Morrison, will occupy

erection of the celotex plant dience. A tap number was 'given by & Morrison vs Pafford & Vorhees. ; ing, April 26th at 8 o'cloclto: which the school hours in the afternoon.
Gloria McDuffie, Elizabeth Winn, Yenawine & Crochet vs Jim Beards- all who are interested in the forma- Various field events, contests and
Anne Pafford and Janice Wynn and ley, Sr., & Moore; Ezelle & Collins'vs races will begin at 1:30. The publicis
i! Sugar Corporation several violin selections were rend- B. Beardsley & Ford; Bill Mc- tion of a Clewiston baseball team are also welcome to this part of the

! Booth FairThe ered by Mrs. Audi Holt, accompanied Cracken & Mobley vs Sandy Bell & invited and urged to attend.It May Day celebration.Conservation .
Display at
by Mrs. Browning'oach. J., Robbins; Beery & Hare vs Rufus is understood that a Lake Okee-
-- Smith & H. Spikes; VonMach & Cur- chobee League will be organized this Agent to
United States; Sugar Corporation INFANT MEREDITH ry vs R. Robbins & Bill Lockhart. I year, and local fans hope that suffi-

has flisplav booth at the Ev- Ladies' Singles cient interest will be aroused to as- Be In LaBelle MondayG.
. prslades Fair which opened in Pa- The Infant daughter of Mr. and B. Beardsley vs V. Owen; H. Dav- sure Clewiston of a good team to en-
, hokee on Tuesday. The booth has a Mrs. Zerney G. Meredith who died isson vs M. Markette; M. Moore vs ter the league and participate in this
background of various types of sug- Wednesday night at the home here J. Ezelle; M. Robbins vs,H. Mitchell; most popular of all summer sports. C. Hodge, county agent of
I ar cane. Small sampler of raw sug-I was buried in the Ortona Cemetery L. Miller vs F. Morgan; G. Woodward Glades county and acting for the
ar ns produced in the Clowlston sug-t I Thursday. vs F. Hackett; Liddell vs M. soil conservation program, will ben
e arhouso. and of refined sugar are I Smith; P. Smith vs' M. McCracken. Davisson vs Hackett &, M.Robblns; LaBelle Monday morning at 10:00
being distributed to those who visit ;MOONS' ERECTING BUNGALOWA Ladies' Doubles C. Moore & Mitchell vs McCracken for the purpose or helping those in
the booth. I _, Markette & Mitchell vs Robbins & & Woodward; S. Bell &' M. Smithvs Hendry county interested in soil con-

Also on display ale a series of small residence, of the bungalowtype Miller; Woodward & Davisson vs M. Morrison & F. Morgan; Cro- servation to make out their work
glass jars which contain juices and is being erected by C. E. Moon Owen & Hackett; Ezelle & Morgan chet & M. Markette vs R. Robbins & sheets.
tear in varying stages of produc- South of the Highway near the site I I ys Liddell & Smith; McCracken & M. Moore; Hare & P. Smith vs Any who are unable to come to
.,\ tion and refinement. The new Chamber of the McKenzie homes. The Beardsley vs Moore & Smith. Spikes & M. McCracken; Lawson & LaBelle on this day may call at the
'. ing is 'bUllel-1 I Mobley & L. Miller; Mar- county, agent's office in Moore Haven -
:;, of Commerce booklets and other nearing completion and Mixed Doubles V. Owen vs
descriptive literature is being distributed occupied by Mr, and Mrs. Moon and I I Collins & R. Beardsley vs J. Robbins kette &' J. Ezelle vs Beardsley. jr.. where Mr. Hodge will be glad to

I 'at the booth, family !: & F. Hackett;, Beardsley. 81':, & & Liddell. assist in making out the work sheets]

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thinks ULII are always here.

about: And tre.e.s that

CHICKS AND HENS swzy and .5ing.
California Condors.
IN REVIEW The war is pretty
SANTA \Jf'ul but

i agog. over naturalists the discoverythat are all by &LWO/UL ID.{ p t ") i It cant spoil:

the California condor is Western Newspaper Union. Poultry Scientists Stress the 6([" everything.

back in numbers to his I Value of Diet. (S r rt1'C"'N
coming Wagner Act Upheld by tin, president of the U. A. W. A.,
former haunts just up country called Hepburn a number of unpleasant -
the Supreme Court Supplied by the New York State College: of
from here. In fact, they are names. The Toronto Trades Agriculture.-WNU Service.

going out of one violent gog FIVE history handed down making by decisions the Supreme and Labor Council pledged the sup- Chicks need vitamin G to grow, 0

another. Because the were port of its 40,000 members to theunion's and hens need it to produce eggs
i into
; right court, all upholding validity -
strike General Mo-
against that will hatch, according to
the of the labor relationsact
condor mightiest Wagner
r tors. poultry, scientists at the New York
r creature in all North America, and !inferentially!in Notwithstanding all this, it appeared State College of Agriculture. WNU Service.
ik1 the
1 1 was supposed to be practically p"f17'm tt& W f broadening terstate.commerc.e likely at this writing that The scientists found that the developing -

1 extinct, along with such vanished k'4'; 3.%.. %...., 1: clause of. the Constitution. the trouble at Oshawa would be chick embryo dies when The Great

f species of native wild life k",:',>::/,, '""'>,:=::W.M:>>>'{(<"'.<&<.. The most important .- brought to an end very soon by not enough vitamin G is depositedin Kipling
: the of General Motorsof
... agreement the and that a smaller Rudyard Kipling's devotion to
t made ;
as the great auk, the passenger :f. t / ; ruling
Canada to recognize the United
f :;.!# *L kW 1 by five of the ninejustices amount of this vitamin is requiredfor his son is shown in a new anecdote -
and the .
lightning Automobile Workers and to increase
pigeon : '"
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than for hatch-
1 : the Boston
;:" '>"' :-: and read egg production says Post. Soon
t. agent. 2 : ;-0s by Chief Justice the wages of its employees. ,To ability. after the death of Second Lieutenant -

E So now we have set up a new 'f ( : Hughes, was in the some unbiased observers it seemed Their experimental work dealing John Kipling, at the front
that Premier had inter-
f. mark for envious Florida to shoot J c:*f, .l1 case of the Jones & vened in the Hepburn affair unnecessarilyor with hatchability shows that the vitamin during the World war, an un- : a

. at. For while they ;t/i'::, 'i;.:; q'. Laughlin Steel company at least prematurely, and that G content of eggs is deter- known admirer accosted the poet (..,:

: may have croupiers, : u and directed mined by the amount of this vitaminin on a road near Burwash, England.
E at Bradley's in his blustery language was not war- "So are the great Kipling?"
> the reinstatement of the hens' diet. Eggs with the larg- you
Chief Justice ranted, since the strike was being
Palm Beach, with est be had when he asked.
aS ten discharged em- amount can only
Hughes conducted in a fairly orderly man-
F' eyes as keen and ployees., The de- hens are fed a diet rich in vitaminG. "No, my son is," was the reply.
ner with no threat of a sitdown.C. .
+: bleak as the co'n- cision supported the constitutionalbasis They say the degree of yellowish

: dor's are, and real- .. of the Wagner act findingit coloration in the egg-white is evi-
I. O. Men Shoot Several
estate dealers in a legal "scheme" to protect com- dence of the richness of the hens'diet for WOMEN onlyCARDUI

r" Miami as greedy as # merce from injury resulting from Foes in Galena, Kan. in vitamin G.

L" he is, our frustrated the denial by employers of the rightof RGANIZERS of the International Substances containing vitamin G Is a special medicine for

F,-. rivals will be put to employees to organize and "from Union of Mill, Mine and and used in feeding poultry include the relief of some of the suffering
it to dig a bird Smelter Workers affiliate the which results from a woman's weak-
up the refusal of employers to acceptthe an dried yeast, dried,whey, dried skim-
ened condition. It has been foundto
with a wing spread f of collective C. I. 0., invaded the lead and zinc
procedure bargaining. milk alfalfa meal :,
dehydrated sun ,make monthly periods less disagreeable -
: of from nine to elev-
field of Kansas Oklahoma and Mis-
Irvin s. Cobb cured alfalfa meal, and white fish and,when its use has been
en feet.Communism's. The broad constitutionality of the souri and were forcibly resistedby meal. Other animal :
: -, S by-products kept up awhile, has helped many
.. act, was strongly noted by the chief the "blue carders" of the Tri- contain appreciable amounts, but I poorly nourished women to get more

: Gallant Foe. justice. He declared that: State Metal Mine and Smelter Work- cereals have relatively little. The strength from their food. This medi-

H ARDLY a day passes but we "We think it clear that the na- ers' union, which the C. I. O. saysis amount contained in cereals, how- cine (pronounced "Card-u-i") has

read in the paper of an account tional' labor relations act may be a company union. The latter dismantled ever, is especially important, according been used and recommended by
of individual heroism, of sac- the C. I. O. offices Picher for Find
construed so as to operate within at to the research men, be- women many, many years.
rifice, of devotion to duty-some- the spirit of constitutional author and Treece and then moved into out whether it will help'you by
cause grains
thing which 'renews our faith in hu- ity." Galena, Kan., where they paraded.As of compose a large giving it a fair trial. Of course, if
and makes realize part poultry rations. ,not benefited, consult a physician.Two .
man beings us Hughes defined the right of em- they reached the C. I. O. 'head-
that scattered through the world are ployees to self-organization and to quarters one of the marchers They also point out that the requirement -

splendid souls of whom we never smashed a window. There was a' of chicks for vitamin G
select their representatives for collective Kinds of Secrecy
heard before and shall is closely'related to the rate of gainin ,
probably burst of from
gunfire buildingand
bargaining as "a ;fundamental A proper secrecy is the ,only
never hear again. When the emer- right. at least eight men and one lad weight of the chicks, indicating"that mystery of able men; mysteryis
: : gency came he rose to it.: fell wounded. the vitamin is intimately connected I
Regarding the vital point of the the only secrecy of weak and
t But because in the last few''' with growth processes and
application of the interstate com- Leaders of the blue card union cunning ones.-Chesterfield.
months we've learned to it is not required in any great amountfor
expect merce clause of the Constitution, say nearly every miner in the region "
of him, I'm thinking many of us Hughes declared: belongs to it, that' they are draw- maintenance. .

.,''. fail to appreciate a recurrent act of "The congressional authority to ing higher pay than ever before Miss

gallant service by one venerable, protect interstate commerce from and are interested only in keeping; n
enfeebled whose is familiar "Large. End Up" Is Best
man name burdens and obstructions is not conditions as they are and in an
to all Christendom. From opportunity to work. REE LEEF
limited to transactions which can to Save Hatching Eggs
time to time triumphing by sheer '
be deemed to be an essential part The C. I. O. has started a cam- .

will power, by sheer singleness of of a 'flow' of interstate or foreign paign to organize the, 270,000 employees Hatching eggs to be hauled or ,says: .'

7 purpose above his own suffering, Burdens obstructionsmay of the American Telephoneand shipped to the hatchery should be
commerce. or
Pope Pius XI, speaking from what be due to injurious action Telegraph company, the largest packed snugly into the case with

soon must be his deathbed, sends springing from other corporation in the United States. the large end up, says Berley Win- "CAPUDINE

forth a clarion call for a united sources. Local unions are to be charteredby ton, in charge of the poultry officeof _
In the case of the Associated
front against the growing menaceof Press, concerning' the dismissal of the United Electrical and Radio the 'Bureau of Animal Industry, relieves
communism. as hatching less likely to
eggs ,
Workers of America.
e Morris Watson, a New York edi- be broken when in this position thanif g;fEAD CHE

Waning Merchant Marines. torial employee, the court was split, they are packed with the small
5 to 4. The Prime Minister Baldwin quicker because
FTER we've, spent billions in majority opinion, read end up.Each.
A by Justice Roberts, held that the Will Soon Office it's
government subsidies trying to act does not "abridge the freedomof Quit, normal egg has an air cell] liquid..:

; build up a proper merchant fleet speech of the FREQUENT reports that Stanley at the large end, Winton explains, acted.
or press safeguarded avieafty
of our own, it's just a trifle disconcerting the first amendment" soon retire from and it is necessary that the mem- .
S to read that, among' the six to the the post of prime minister of Great brane separating the inner portionof
Constitution. The
court took the view
nations leading in maritime ship- that Watson dismissed Britain were confirmed by him in, the,egg'from the shell membrane

ping, the United States still ranks his work was not be- a speech to the, neither be broken or shaken'loose. Hasten Early
r' third in gross tonnage, fifth in ships cause was unsatisfactory members of his constituency -
but because of his activities in the Research at the National Agricul- Hasten in the morning so that

'':_ having a speed of twelve knots or Newspaper Guild, and ordered his at Wor- tural Research Center, Beltsville, by evening thy work for the day
better and last in ships built within cester. It is
reinstatement. a expected Md., has shown that eggs with trem- be accomplished.
::; the last ten years. he will quit office ulous air cells hatched only two- b

But, although Los Angeles is a Dissenting conservatives, com- almost immediately
thirds well the which
as as eggs
great port, we have no time right prising Justices Willis Van Devanter -, after the coronation had normal air 'cells. Packing the Don't Irritate

now to pester about a comparatively George Sutherland, James C. :. .. .:< of King George VI
: ; eggs with the large end up removes
McReynolds and'Pierce Butler '
;' trivial thing such as the threatened con- ; on May 12, and the pressure from the inner mem- Gas SHoaling
tended that the act should
vanishment of the American flag not be there seems little

1 from the seven seas-not. whilewe're applied to the Associated Press be-' doubt that his suc- brane. If you want to really GET RID OF
cause its provisions violated the Winton cautions that the egg case GAS and terrible bloating don't expect
still so uncertain about who ',.. cessor will be Neville to do it by Just doctoring your stom-
"freedom of the press" clause of should never be placed on the irritating alkalies and
will have the leading parts in "Gone Chamberlain, ach with harsh
With the Wind." the Constitution. They found that ,if Neville, chancellor of bumper of an automobile, as the "gas tablets." Most GAS is lodged andis in
now and
the: act interfered with the ability of Chamberlain the exchequer.In vibration at this point is possibly the due stomach to old poisonous upper matter in the
the Associated Press to maintain much greater than on the floor in- constipated bowels that are loaded
Italians in Spain.I a his Worcester address Mr. bacteria.
with ill-causing
T MUST be slightly annoying to policy of impartial news reporting, Baldwin said: "It is far better to side the car. If the hatching eggs It your constipation Is of long stand.
those Italian soldiers who it must fall under the freedom of are hauled in a wagon or truck the Ing enormous quantities of dangerous. .
go when people still think of Then dige*
may bacteria accumulate. your
bed should be matted with straw
flung headlong upon Spain to fightin the press guaranty.The you as perhaps not incompetentin tion is upset. GAS often presses heart ,
a war in which they had no per- three other cases, in each of which serves as a shock absorber.In and lungs, making life miserable. .
work than to until
they head
your stay You can't eat or sleep. Your
sonal interest, when, through mis- which the Wagner act was upheld, know before you do that you are be-' the early part of the hatching aches. Your back aches. Your complexion
take, they are mown down in hun- involved dismissal of 18 employeesby season it is necessary to gather eggs is sallow and p:mply. Your
coming incompetent. breath is foul. You are a sick, grouchy,
often should not
dreds by their own troops and then an interstate bus as eggs
company; a "In a democratic country the wretched, unhappy person. YOUR
"j.;, the bewildered remnants find them- dispute between the ,Fruehauf be allowed to chill. They should be SYSTEM IS POISONED.
minister is
selves in the hands of the Trailer Company of Detroit Mich. prime not only the headof stored at a temperature ranging Thousands of sufferers have found In
opposing ,
scientific to
a government, but he is the leader Adlerika the quick way
i'r government forces, who have a and the United Automobile Workers from 50 degrees to 60 degrees Fah- rid their systems of harmful bacteria.
of and the leader of the
f'" reputation for sometimes being a Union; and a dispute between the a party renheit. A frost-proof cellar or base- Adlerika rids you of gas and cleans
house of To foul poisons out of BOTH and
! trifle rough with prisoners whom Friedmann Harry Marks Cloth- commons. carry on ment is usually a good place for lower bowels.! Give your bowels a ....
that task for
f many years storage. REAL cleansing with Adlerlka. Get
they capture. ing Company of Richmond Va. and
the I have .
beyond age now reachedis rid of GAS. Adlerika does not gripeis
: Still, it must be a great comfort -. Amalgamated Clcthing Workers. In not habit forming. At all Leading
in belief, beyond.the strengthof '
t to the confused captives-and the bus case the decision was unani- human nature." Exterminating Lice Druggists.
to the relatives of the fallen back mous; in the others the divisionwas

home as well-to have assurance 5 to 4. Chicken lice may be exterminatedby and Knowledge

I from Mussolini that they are win- British Navy Ordered to applying small pinches of sodium Distance Ignorance sometimes endears

ning the way for fascist doctrines. Protect Merchant Ships I fluoride on the neck, wings, back' friendship and absence sweeteneth

l Canada Motors Strike on BRITAIN will respect and vent of the birds, says a writerin it.-Howell.

"- The Height of Gall. Verge of Settlement GREAT of the northern Wallaces' Farmer. Another effective -

. A S J. CAESAR remarked at the MITCHELL HEPBURN, pre Spanish port of Bilbao establishedby method is to paint a 40 per

time: all Gaul was once divided Ontario, reiterating General Franco, Fascist leader. cent solution of nicotine, sulphate on e

"(' in three parts, but it is obvious his determination not to permit But her navy has been given orders the roosts about one-half hour previous I B

that subsequently there was a com- C. I. O. representatives from the I by the cabinet to protect to to the time the ,birds go to I To Get Rid of Acid

plete re-consolidation. United States to take the fullest extent all British ship- roost. The poultry house should be and Poisonous Waste
When France, already in defaultto in tightly closed and all birds shouldbe
'part negotiationsfor ,
ping outside the three mile limit. I Your kidneys help to keep you well
us on ono little four-billion debt, settlement of the y The huge battle cruiser Hood and on the roost. by constantly filtering waste matter
starts scheming to peddle her from the blood. If your kidneys get
new strike in the General other warships were sent in a hurryto functionally disordered and fail to
est issue of government securitiesover Motors of Canada : ?> the Bay of Biscay, and orders I remove excess impurities, there may be
here that The LeghornThe of the whole system and
must indeed be poisoning
regarded .
plant at Oshawa to fire .
were given open on any' body-wide distress
as the height of gallishness promised to "call's] Spanish vessel interfering with Leghorn for years has beena Burning I scanty or too frequent urination -
or Gaulishness ')ell it either may be a warning of some kidney.
known breed in the United
way out an if widely
army necessary" : British cargo ships on the high seas. or bladder disturbance.
reader, it'll come out the same. to protectthe / The cabinet, it was said, decided to States. Leghorns were brought into You may suffer nagging backache,

Moreover she to evade the Johnson act, property of the continue to withhold the grantingof this country from Italy. The first ,persistent getting up headache nights l. attacks swelling of, dizziness puffiness!

would have American investors corporation. Hugh belligerent rights to Franco but varieties imported were the Single under the eyes-feel weak nervous. all .."

send these the money to. ,Paris and buy Thompson, U. A. W. |W JT A regarded the blockade of Bilbao as Comb Brown and the Single Comb I played In such out.cases it is better to rely on a .-

French bonds there. This sort A. organizer, barredby *** a special case since Franco's forces White. There is every indicationthat medicine that has won country-wide ;
of smacks of acclaim than something less favorably
inviting Br'r Rabbitto on -
into Hepburn, threatPremier 'surround the town by sea and land. this breed originated in Italy, known. Use Doan't Pills A multi..
come camp to be massacred i ened that every GenHepburn Six British ships had been waiting where fowls of a similar type have tude ol grateful people recommeaeDeans. _
instead of hunting him down witl; Alt your nnahboil"Tt.
the dogs. eral Motors plant in America would at St. Jean de Luz and one at been kept for many years. The

be closed unless the Oshawa strike Bayonne, unable to land food car- breed is noted for its alertness, its

WNU IRVIN Service S. COI5U. were settled soon with recognition goes at Bilbao because of the pres- stylishness of carriage, and the a

of the union demands. Homer Mar- ence of Franco's warships. graceful blending of sections.

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------- ------ Joy and Sorrow
.\, ,IMPROVED Buy One's Own Hat ,

A certain haberdashery put on I F NONE were sick and none. '

I a clearance sale.' In came an were sad,
SUNDAY elderly man wearing an old-style What 'service could we ren-

[Lesson 4y \. derby. Derbies were marked down.. der?
"How much for three 01 'em?" he I think if we were always glad,

By Dean REV.of HAROLD the Moody L.Bible LUNDQUIST., Instituteof LLr'l asked the salesman. "Oh' two anda We scarcely could be tender;
Chicago. half," was the reply. Did our beloved never need
a Western Newspaper Union. The Our patient ministration
,customer finally had put ,
I two aside and seemed in trouble Earth.would grow cold, and

Lesson for April 25, II I trying to find the third one. "I'll miss, indeed, "
take this one," he said. "It fits Its sweetest consolation;
fine. Just like an old hat." The If sorrow never claimed our
salesman wrapped up the three heart,
derbies when And wish were grantej.
the every
LESSON TEXT-Genesis 8:2 GOLDEN 'TEXT-By faith Noah, being asked: "Say, what did I do with Patience would die and hope
warned of God concerning things not seen my old hat?" They couldr't findit depart- ,
-as yet. moved with godly fear prepared for a time for he had, boughthis Life would be disenchanted.
.an ark to the saving of his house. Heb. 11:7. old hat and it had been -Author Unknown.

PRIMARY TOPIC-The Meaning' of the wrapped up.-Washington Star.

JUNIOR TOPIC-The Rainbow's Message.

\ 'Deliverance Following YOUNG God's PEOPLE through Plan.AND Obedience.ADULT TOPIC- llainy Season Bridge i in Guatemala City. I Seven Happy Hulda Towels I

Prepared by National Geographic Society. cial activity of this busy ,Latin ,
The "book of beginnings" (Gene. Washington D. C-WNU Service. American capital.
sisj has already brought before us HEN you enter Guatemala From the terminal, taxis whisk'' 'each"' day of the week) averaging
the creation of the world, the originof \V City, you are in the most visitors over smoothly paved streetsto about 6 by 6% inches; material

< man, the entrance of sin into the populous place in all Cen- their hotel frequently a grandiose requirements; illustrations of all
;S world, and God's judgment upor tral America. With a pop- structure with a glasscoveredpatio stitches used; color suggestions.Send .
ulation of 120,000, including about THUR5D Yar 15 cents in stamps or coins
that sin. In chapter 4 we find the mahogany floors and furni- 1oh
first murder. Cain, who brought an 6.000 foreigners, Juatemala City is. ture, and very high ceilings.If -. +u 1 (coins preferred) for this pattern t
offering before God which was not a thriving metropolis of well-paved one remarks to the clerk that to The Sewing Circle Needlecraft
acceptable, murdered his brother streets department stores luxury the air seems a trifle chilly, "Yes, Dept., 82 Eighth Ave., New York,
Abel, whose offering pleased God. shops, cafes, country clubs busy the winter i Strange it is that man has it in factories, garages and mrc'ern hotels may reply. ? kyay TUESDAY Write plainly pattern number,
his heart to hate those who expose Its motion picture theaters, "Winter? In the tropics? And' your name and address.
his sin by their godly life. showing mostly American "talkies" in May?

God does not leave himself with- with Spanish subtitles, advertise He explains that "winter" in Gua- Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets made of
out a witness in the earth. The with big electric signs overhar.ging temala is the rainy season, May to May Apple are effective in removing

God-fearing line of Seth appears. the streets in Broadway'style.. October, .a period of clouds, dampness RIpAY 1 ,accumulated body waste.-Adv.
There are always those who have At the capital's covered central. and dismal rains, although, he \
not bowed the knee to the Adver- market, the largest in the country.I hastens to add, "part of every dayis
sary. Consider the astonishment the array of foodstuffs, textiles. fair and sunny." In "summer," WEDNESDAY Helping Others
of Soviet officials at"the deepseatedand utensils furniture. and other commodities I November to April, there is littleor What do we live for, if it is not
wide-spread faith in God revealed is endless. Its long aisles. I no rain, the sun 'shines throughout Pattern'1383 to make life less difficult for each

in their recent census. y and the streets adjoining the market the day, and 'the people are Happy Hulda, as chief-cook- other?

But sin again lifts its ugly head building and cathedrae are always healthier and happier. and-bottle-washer, invites you to

and, ere long God is driven ,to the jammed with a noisy, restless One may be awakened in the cross stitch this set of seven tea
necessity of judgment upon man- throng of merchants and buyers morning by the clamor of church towels (8 to the inch crosses),
kind. Read the terrific indictmentof And the odors strange, spicy and bells, the rumble of heavy oxcarts, in the gayest floss you can find!
humanity in Genesis 6:5-7. It is neavy! The fresh scents of vegetables and the musical chimes of carriages Pattern 1383 contains a transfer

still true that the heart of man and exotic flowers mingle bearing worshipers to early mass. pattern of seven motifs (one for
apart from God's grace is "des- with the greasy smell of cooking Guitemala City is compactlybuilt.
perately wicked" (Jer. 17:9): ). Well food the aroma of roasted coffee, Stand on the roof of one of
I does a contemporary writer say and the balmy fragrance of copal its modern buildings and you seea
ill that even modern "psychology has incense. clean and pleasant community, UncLPlul

If 1 unveiled the dismal and sinister Those with weak stomachs may most. of whose white, blue, pink,
,: depths in human nature.: Man can not like the appearance or odor of and buff-colored houses and shopsare KILLS INSECTSON
II I; no. longer flee from reality into freshly slaughtered meat. No, will one or two stories high. Onlya Saj4: FLOWERS FRUITS

the romantic refuge of his own they find appetizing the leachedcorn few concrete business: : buildingsand VEGETABLES & SHRUBS
heart; for the human heart has be- mash for tortillas; of armadillos stone church towers rise above.
come a house of horrors in whose roasted in their shells: or the prevailing: flat red-tiled roofs. Not, to Be Regarded Lightly Demand bottles, from original your sealed dealer

murky recesses man cannot erect crude brown sugar pressed into Founded in the year the United When we give a promise we )GYY
for, his solace. either a shrine .or dirty, blocks .and balls. But visitors States declared its' independence, consider it a small outlay, but
1Q'a citadel. Man is bad; he is a sintier. 'are delighted.with'' ] bright trop-- Guatemala City is a comparative often large demands are made
'- The depths of his meannessare ical fruits piled in artistic disar, youngster among the communitiesof upon it. Be Careful-First Rule'

being unveiled in a ghastly way ray graceful baskets and, glazed Ltin America. Several] timesit The wasp makes no honey, butit No one has the right of way
in individual and social life in these pottery and gay textiles woven, ,on has been damaged by earthquakes is quite' as busy as the bee. The ,when a life is at stake.
times. What a contemporary ring primitive hand looms.. and in 1917 almost the en- bee, you see, understood how to

there is about these old biblical Guatemalans are proud, and justly tire city was destroyed. It has lost get the 'praise and poetry of man.
judgments on mankind! (Gen. 6:5: so,' of the fine coffee grown in its Old World air, although it still Civilization is self-control. Self- '

6; Isa. 1:6.) What a tremendous arraignment their, highlands. Placards: in .English has many Moorish-type homes with expression, as interpreted is LACMAt4STOCItandPOULTRY
of sinful human nature is iron-grilled windows and 'patios and
and Spanish remind the visitorat : merely "letting yourself go"
Paul's prologue in Romans 1" every turn that "Guatemala aglow with flowers. making a mess for yourself and MEDICINES
(Mackay). Grows the Best Coffee in the Fascinating as is Guatemala City, everybody else. Are Reliable
So God sent a flood upon the World." however, it is but a prelude to that When temptation refuses to pur- t_ .

earth. It used to be fashionable to On the days when tourist trains native Guatemala which is older in sue you, it knows you don't care Blackman's Medicated Lick-
doubt the ,story of the flood, but arrive Guatemala City, the department race, culture, and traditions.tHigh much for 'it, anyway. W
archaeology has hands in the Sierra Madre west and northof A-Brik
joined with
of agriculture holds open Unfitness of Things
geology' and history to with the capital, pure-blooded Indians w Blackman's Stock Powder
agree house. Small packages of freshly Shoes that are too small do not
Scripture. ,The facts are available; roasted coffee, wrapped in glazed still dress as did their ancestors, deceive the observant.We BV Blackman's Cow Tonic
let 'us use them. paper, are presented to each visitor. worship their old gods as well as wonder if silvertonguedorators !w Blackman's Hog Powder
"But the new, and live their lives, almost -,
Noah found grace in the eyes They are appropriate souvenirs of unaffected at times have difficultyin sr Blackman's Poultry Tablets
modern civil-
of the Lord" and prepared' an ark a:nation which is the sixth most important ization. by finding something to ,be silvery w Blackman's Poultry Powder
at God's command. Here again it coffee grower in the world, about.
can be demonstrated that the ark being exceeded only by Ptazil, Colombia Until a few years ago, when the "All writing is a confession," Highett Qa lityLor.outPriSatisfaction *

was sufficiently large to meet the the Netherlands Indies.'eneiueJa _government launched' an extensive and so is all portrait painting.The Guaranteed or
need of Noah and all his family, \ and El Salvador.The road-building'program, travel in the artist puts in the dispositionand money back
of your
highlands Guatemala slow
with the animals and their food, and second was
most important export temperament he thinks he
and arduous. Now one motor BUY FROM YOUR DEALER
t with room to spare. It is significantthat is the banana, grown in the may sees.
from the westward the
capital to
the proportions of the ark were coastal plains bordering the Gulf of To be "up and ,doing" is inter-
border and east to El Sal-
those of a well-planned boat. God Honduras and the Pacific. vador. esting, no doubt important; but, BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO.
knows how to build, and man does goodness, are we never' to culti- I Chattanooga, Tenn.
Airport a Busy Spot. Motoring Through the Country. *
well to his
obey instructions.The vate repose-and do a little think-
rain came, the fountains of One oi the busiest spots today in Speeding along the floor of the ing:?
the deep were opened, and all the this busiest of Central American valley, one passes a steady streamof
living perished, except those within capitals is La Aurora airport Here Indians and vehicles bound for Definite Limitations
0 the ark. What an instructive type the trunk line of the Pan ,American the markets of Guatemala City. Doing as one pleases, becauseof CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
of our safety in Christ is the ark! Airways from Brownsville. Stolid, earnest-faced men trot by ata ,one's poverty is like an ant
But our lesson concerns primarily Texas to Panama connects with a half run, their heads held rigid doing as it pleases in a tin cup.
what occurred after Noah' came half-dozen local] air services to distant by a tumpline across the forehead Somehow, the truly great don't

forth from the ark and presented parts of the republic., that supports the heavy loads, on have to boom themselves.We .
himself before God. Its dingy water front ragged por- their backs. For miles, they have like traditions if they are

I. An Obedient ters and fishermen, stifling heat, been jogginj along at this peculiar, picturesque.
\ To Man (8:20-22): and main street pre-empted by rail- forward-falling gait. In cacastes, ,When we begin to doubt the PHOTOGRAPHYPIIOTO
come before God with !
able accept- road tracks give no promise of or wooden frames, they carry goodsof eternal infallibility of "public FINISHINGAny
worship, man must come with the color and activity of Guate all kinds-earthen jars, furniture, opinion," the country is safe. sire roll film developed and 16 never-
clean hands. ,
The fade prints 25c coin.
:.... i whether he is brilliant question, learned is ,not or mala's gay, modern capital, hig!I' bags of grain, or fresh vegetables. Thought is moving forward. TROUP'S PHOTO SERVICE Toccoa, Gs.SOUP .
of high position. The uj in the ,cool central plateau.The Their women hurry along besideor --
one thing that
,. counts is obedience. When such first part of the 73-mile; behind them, arms swinging free-
/;" man offers the worship of his heart r.ey to Guatemala City jour-I ly, their burdens on their heads.
gently rising plain whose black Sometimes it is a basket of live
;< .' before God, it goes up to him like'
7\< ', ,, a sweet savor. canic soil is planted thickly in bananas chickens, a fat roll of clothing, wov- MM! BEST
: sugar cane, cotton cacao, en fabrics, or a bundle of firewood. I
f;> II. A
.' Covenant-Keeping: God (9:8- and fruit trees. Guatemala City is Almost always a baby bobs up and I EVERTASTED ; w
rearly a mile above sea level in down in a shawl] slung across the
The beautiful rainbow in the cloud the cool and healthful tierra tem- mother's back. IT'S

< :., ;, became a token of God's promise, plada, or temperate zone, and the Each tribe, and almost every village "
" and the visible assurance to "allflesh" train must gain most, of this alti- in the highlands has a distinc- PHILLIPS
that the judgment of the flood tude in the last fifty miles. tive costume. Designs have not I
will not be repeated. Never again Not far beyond Palin the line changed in hundreds of years To DELICIOUS!
will seed time and' harvest, nor any creeps through a narrow valley between those who know the different cos-
of the orderly processes of nature, two towering peaks and tumes, the Indians o' the highlands
fail throughout the whole earth. comes out on the edge of mountain- might be carrying signs ,around
.,.,;.. WKat a gracious God we have! rimmed Lake Amalitlon For several their necks reading, "I am from Says GEORGE RECTOR
a And what a pity that men presume Solola "I from CMrhicas-
, ) miles the railroad winds alongtht or am AMERICA'S
; _, upon his goodness. Because he et cetera. FOREMOST
shore, passing groups of In- tenango COOKING AUTHORITYAND
"maketh his sun to rise on the evil dian women washing clothes in hot It is regrettable, however, that MASTER CHEF OF Th:__ i
and on the good, and sendeth rain springs at the water's edge It isa many of these costumes are disap-
on the just and on the unjust" convenient laundry for clothes pearing. Native garb has been replaced PHILLIPS I Columbia NNetlworkWed.Thurs.Fri.
(Matt. 5:45)), men not only forget I tray be boiled in the springs and by blue denim and cheap .
that he is the giver of all things, rinsed in the cold fresh waters' oi the imported cotton goods throughoutmost _l'A"uJ I. Afternoons 1:30
but assume that, they may sin I lake without taking a step! of El] Salvador, and these ma- ..JJeU'WdOUUWw", "DINING WITH
against him with impuaity. Let us The train approaches GuatemalaCity terials are now penetrating Guate- GEORGE RECTOR"
remind them that it is the clear I through verdant suburbs which mala. Under the harsh treatmentof SOUPS Famous Recipes ..
teaching of Scripture that "everyone give way' to warehouses and rail- the Indian's daily toil, uch fab- $10 Good Coolinr Awardat
of us shall give account of him I rc/ad yards, indicating the commer- rics are quickly reduced to tatter,:;. Every Broi Jcitt.
self to God" (Rom. 14:12)).


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merchants qBBBBBBBMBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBToo packing plants, canneries, cooperative krill serve on the staff for the 1937-: .-
The Clewiston News act upon the independent I '
38 session.
have been clamor- creameries, factories to make
themselves. They
The Flambeau has just been
Late To Classify and fiber board and distil-
Now paper ,
of the bill. sup-
ing for passage awarded for the fourth time "..AII'American"
Published every Friday in Clewiston, leries to render industrial alcohol ,
the non-res-
bill ,
posing the passes honor rating by the'Associate -
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS ident operators and the chain storesare By tRiuseU KaytBBBBBBBBBPBHBBgteBBHBBBBBBI from waste farm products, in the College Press of the National f)

Inc. driven from the state and the heart of the ,agricultural West and Scholastic Press Association. The '

independent stores would have to South so that the sons and daughters honor of "All American" is su'rpass-

Keathley Bowden, Editor expand. Well, now that the boys have got of farmers may have gainful em- ed only by that of "Pacemaker"

But how can they expand when this "Big Mule" and "Little Mule" ployment close to their homes, and which goes to only one weekly stu-

the law prohibits the operation of business all settled, it would be a also be available for work on the dent paper each year and also to only -

Entered as second class mail mat- branch stores and how can they finance -I good Idea to get together and figure farms during the height of the sea- one bi-wekly and one' daily paperin

ter February 1, 1927 at the Post an expansion even in their out what can be done about ,the tonal: activity. -Progressive Farmer. the country. The Flambeau is one

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under original stores? They could not sell I "BULL". of 26 college weklies rating "Ail

the Act ,of March 3, 1897. their stock in the open market be- Personally, I can't speak with any: LEGISLATIVE REVIEW 1 American". Decision ,was made by

cause that would be specifically pro-I authority on the subject of mules the journalism faculty of the University -
Tallahassee, April 21, 1937 (FNS)
of Minnesota who acted
could not sell notesor
hibited. They the "BULL"
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. but I do know that .
The Florida legislature skirted
rates on application. bonds___secured by mortgages, be- of our governmental activities, judges. j
.; Advertising I with caution the edges of a mass of
cause we have the word of mortgage is costing us plenty.
nearly' 800 bills, as its members Island of Monte Cristo
the bill is passed,
bankers that, if
advancement and who Then we've still got the "cow"problem sought to bring to the surface thoseof The island of Monte Cristo lies'
Devoted to the insurance companies and others
to worry about, with its attendant midway between Corsica and
prime importance to the state'sfiscal Italy,
and securities -
Hendry such
Clewiston customarily buy '
welfare of "moos", 'boos" and bellers. and other welfare. south of the Island of Elba. It was
would withdraw from the state.If .
County. Weary legislators must sit and list- the scene of the successful treasure
Senators and representaives were
a so-called "independent" mer- en to arguments from those who contend hunt participated in by Edmund
in unision In seeking to push as far
chant who owns his store should die,I that a calf on a curve is dan- Dantes, one of the Alexander Du-
forward the proposals following .
Exclusive and if by virtue of his will or oper- gerous, while trim attaches trip as mas' heroes.
Governor Cone's outline of
ation of law the title to 'all or any about to remind them that a curveon
the state's needs. The chief execu-
part of his business should become a, calf can be equally as annoy-
WNU tive's program already was taking TO
vested in a relative who does not reside ing. .
: hands of LOCAL OR
definite form at the legis-
L within the state, the permit for With the Florida State Junior SPECIAL LEGISLATION
the reins of
lators who took up cooperation -
Features the operation of that business wouldbe the
Chamber of Commerce leading when the governor con-
immediately revoked. cattle NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
fight to drive from our highways tinued his policy of "no dictation"to
application will be made at the 1937
But if the "independents" wantto ,cattle owners are ,rallyin' to *
and house.
, It Moore is said to. be building dig their own grave, that is of the battle cry of "Millions for DE- the senate Session of the Florida Legislature .,
r.- Grace The senate passed and sent to the for the passage of a local or specialbill II
-' bathrooms. less concern to the state as a whole FENSE, but not one cent for FENC-
;' a house containing seven house eight citrus bills, framed to affecting and relating'to South
the that will be dig- "
than fact they
i love to sing-Palm ING.
! How she must strengthen existing laws governingthe Florida Conservancy District, 'and
Beach Times. ging everybody else's grave. The effect But with both a Milk Board anda Little particularly amendments of Chapter
t l' citrus :industry.
of the proposed law on real estate Livestock Commission in operation, 17258, Acts of 1)35! as follows:
, tion felt in the senate or expected -
I i: Senator Hodges is against all values already has been seen. It does seem kind of unfair to wish was Amend Section 2 thereof, by pro
effect tourist in the house. viding for the election of Board of
What about' the on a
favor of all I
forms of taxation and in this worry off on the Road Depart-
r values? Legislators returned after a week- Supervisors by acreage vote fixing
appropriations. -Fort Myers News- ment and leave them with the cow
a.v tourist end at home with the Florida Recov- their terms of office and compensation -
Press. Too many of our politicianst Florida is primarily a on their ,shoulders.If .
ery Act-barring chain stores-of- and the filling of vacancies.
businessmen. state. How tourists would con-
are something besides good many we, are to continue the, practiceof fering a definite threat to throw a DATED this April 20th, 1937.R. .
tinue to come to Florida If they with "
", decorating our highways ,
could longer buy goods to which monkeY.wrench into procedure. Spon- ...
: no
I. samples ,of bovine pulchritude, I still effortsto
}:,.' Opening of the baseball season: they are accustomed in their home contend that we should erect :attractive sors said they would renew for No. 115, April 23.
: states if they 'could not buy any- have the bill brought up consideration -
:. focused attention on the possibilitiesof arches over all our, main high-
at once, despite a nar-
a Clewiston team this summer, thing at prices to which they are ac with FOR SALE
visitors recon-
: ways to welcome a cordial :-1,000,000 Ft.
and a meeting will be held Monday customed in their home state?, 'How invitation to "Enjoy Florida row vote in the house a days ditioned lumber consisting of siding,
I' would Miami Beach fare with all the ago on that plan.
night to perfect an organization. .
i Zephyrs while Dodgin Our Heifers" sheeting, flooring, ceiling, framing,
chain and In addition, legislators had on
Lincoln Road
stores on -
But viewing the controversy from heavy timbers, 1,000 doors, and'
are now most of those on Collins Ave., clos: I their calendars a number of bills to
Government positions the motorist's standpoint why should 1,000 pairs sash at Hicoria hi High-
the U. S. Civil Service ed? How attractive to tourists would taxburdened alter the state's tax structure. Am- lands
open says the poor harrassed and County 5 1-2 miles from Venus
" for endocrinologist and Miami be with every second or ong the important units of this clas-
Commission, motorist be compelled to blow his Station, Fla. Miami Phone 2-8271.
for an associate physicist (electroencephalography third store on Flagler St., boardedup horn when a cow don't have to blow sification were bills to repeal the
? 1935 one half of one percent tax on
) But there are few
hers? Why must the motorist switchon FOR RENT-Furnished Apartment.

: that ,can spell 'em, much less qualify Never' in the history of Florida, or his tail light when a cow doesn'teven gross sales of retail stores; proposed Available April 15th. F. L. Williamson -

,' for the jobs. probably any other state, has there have to switch her tail? constitutional amendments to .
: eliminate all ad valorem taxation on I tf
been seriously offered to a legislature If a motorist steers on the wrong

: THE, "RECOVERY" BILL a bill so destructive in character. side of the road they slap him .in real estate and to eliminate the con-
mill tax for schools.A FREE! If excess acid causes you
It is hard to conceive of intelli- stitutional one
I'. jail, but if a cattleman steers on
Stomach Ulcers, Gas Pains, Indi-
What is the Florida "recovery" gent members of the legislature vot- both sides of the road at once nobody series of bills framed for reduc-
gestion, Heartburn, Belching, Bloating -
;' bill introduced concurrently'br five ing for it. Yet 37 members of the says anything about it. But the ing expenses for overlapping county
Nausea free doctor'sprescription
get sample
,, senators and 37 representatives at house and five members of the sen- whole trouble in this fence controversy duties was in the hopper. Alston's
: Udga, at Drug
Tallahassee Tuesday? ate joined in its introduction and I is that most politicians would Proposals for redivision of the gas- Store. 'SmJnlSj.

.-, Ostensibly: it is a: bill to. prevent none of 12 members of one of .the ,rather sit, on it than talk about it. oline, tax began their appearance in .

k, chain stores from doing business in house judiciary committees voted to And now comes Dr. Jl; V. Knappof the legislature during the ,week. One -

the state. If passed it means every report it out onto the floor. Among the State Livestock Sanitary would give the one cent tax now go- aVB.1'iI COUSE .

housewife will pay more for food, them was Representative Holt, vot- Board who would assume the role of ing to the general revenue to coun- -:,

staples and household goods. It ing for the death warrant of the "Deerslayer". Doc is all hot and ties for equal distribution. Counselor and Attorney; lit Ja\v' ,,'

means loss of markets for fruit and county that sent him to the legis- bothered because, a flock of ticks, Another bill would boost the rev- Hopkins Building "

:. \ vegetable growers; who would be lature.In refugees from a dipping vat, have enue from state racing to give the Wednesdays and Saturdays ,. '.

subject to retaliation from chain order to credit these gentlemen been hidin' out in the swamps and general revenue fund of Florida 5 % 0:30 to 4:00

, stores that merchandise their pro- especially Mr. Holt, who is a he ain't been able to capture 'em. of all money from the tax on pari-
... .
" ducts in the North. Certainly it college professor, with a reasonable Accordin' to Doc, these ticks area mutuel betting pools. :' ,
L. B. MershonAGENT
means no more voluntary fruit-sale amount of intelligence and patriot 'menace to the health, happinessand One of the Governor's suggestions, .',

campaigns to bail the surplus laden, ism, one must conclude that they general well bein' of blearyeyedcows that the legislature 'ratify the pro-

;.> grower out of impending market col- have lent their support ,to the bill who, when driven off the high- posed child labor amendment to the

t lapse. without either''' reading or under- ways, go into the woods to sulk. federal constitution, was rudely slap- New York Life

;" But the bill would do more than standing its provisions. Surely they He claims thccc renegade cattle ped by a house committee that reported Insurance Company ,

;, that. Not only would it refuse to lifc cannot want to sink Florida into a ticks wait 'till an unsuspectin' 'cow it unfavorably over attemptsto

:i.- ',cense any merchant local or "for- medieval peasant era and make an arrives in the neighborhood of their postpone ruling until a public ARCADIA, FLORIDA '

a eign", who operates more than one economic Balkans of the United swamp home, then they thumb a ride hearing could be held.

i store within the state, but it would States.Miami News. on ,a passin' deer and transfer to the The Collins-Saunders and Kingi NORGE REFRIGERATORS

cow and the Livestock Board ain't bills to outlaw slot machineswere
V' prohibit the operation of any retail Stanley Furniture and Home Furnishings,
l f; merchandising business by any per- "GIN WEDDINGS" END been able to do anything about it. reported favorably by house judiciary .;

[!, son who is not a bonafide resident Now Doc wants to kill off the deer committee but it is expected .PHILCO RADIOS
f of the state or. by any corporation if At the moment that the Florida and figures if the ticks have no trans- others will be introduced by: slot ma- Household Furnishings> s

:': any of its common or voting stock legislature had placed before It a portation he can keep 'em under chine interests to permit continued

t is owned by: any person who is not bill to set up Six new grounds for siege in the swamps and eventuallythey operation. Inc. ":: :

, a bon -fide, resident of the state. divorce, the legislature, of New York will starve to death. Proposals for general tighteningof BELLE GLADE. FLORIDA

l Inasmuch as the bill defines a passed a measure prohibiting hasty Accordin' to Doc, we've spent_overa restrictions and broadening of enforcement -

. weddings. million bucks, to out the powers of the state liquor
"bona-fide resident" as one who actually tryin' wipe law likewise were before committeeswith A....... ...............................................................:..:..:..: ,
; resides within the state of Marrying in haste is to be stopped ticks and now the only thing stand- ,. M 1:1IIIII.: :

;:."; Florida for not less than nine I I in the Empire State, ,while the com- in' in the way is a few bucks and a a committee bill likely in this ,

'; months; in each calendar year, it is'. monwealth may upset the rest of the! little' more doe. instance.As i!

easy to see the measure would not adage about repenting; at leisure by On the other' hand, the State Game the third week of the legislature -I Gooc1Farin': .
f'. only destroy chain stores, but would making it easier, to untie the n\ar- Department: the Florida Conservation started, 782 bills had been in-

: operate potentially to destroy almost riage knot. Council, and a lot of wild eyed troduced. Many of local .nature and

:', every other retail business in the The New York bill prohibits a sportsmen say they've worked darn application had been passed by both Land

1' state. marriage ceremony until 72 hours: hard to protect our doe and a buckor bodies, but' only one major bill had

,; A casual inspection of ,Flagler St., have elapsed from the time the permit two here and there, and they'renot become law. That would postpone
gonna let Doc Knapp or anybodyelse closing of tax books this year until :
r or any other business street in Greater was issued. The states border- for Rent -

,, Miami, is enough to show the ing New York have not, permitted I go deer huntin' out of season June 1.GARDEN. '

large proportion even of single-store weddings immediately after the license with no limit. CLUB'S MONTHLY MEET I .

enterprises which are not owned has been Issued. As a result,! So what? HELD 'AT MRS. RACKSTRAW'SMrs.

wholly by persons within the state. border counties 6f the state have I
G. B. Rackstraw was hostess:
been havens for couples who wantedan
The Miami, Miami Beach and yesterday afternoon to members of "

Coral Gables real estate boards, com- immediate ceremony. the Clewiston Garden Club at the

posed of Such unions came to be known by i
men who specialize in selling April meeting. Business matters occupied -
Governor Charles Aycock of North
-. renting and determining the the unsavory title of "gin weddings". Trespassers
... Carolina used to say that perhapsthe the discussion and several I I ,. .
value of. real estate, have adopted How many marriages of a hasty nature committees were appointed by the
chief the South is
reason '
resolutions find their to the divorce pooris Will Be
warning that passage of way ,
Mrs. F. M. Wright.
chairman, I
that we are taking the labor of ; I II
, the bill would Immediately decrease court eventually would be difficultto I
Attending were Mrs Wright, :Mrs.F. ;
' our people at 50 cents to $1 a day in '.
: the value of all commercial property determine. That many do, cannotbe I
things we sell and exchange it for Deane Duff, Mrs. W. F. Simpson,
in the;''state of Florida which is denied.If .
' labor of, Northern people at $3 to $5a Mrs. R. T. Mitchell, :Mrs. E. L. Stew-
adapted to retail use. These men assert a uniform law for all states
day in things we buy. Cheap laboris art, Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. Leah

::; privately that the bill would were possible requiring a stated per- an economic curse. We need both Spicer, Mrs. W W. Liddell, Mrs. R.

c' destroy: property in the business sec iod to elapse after a license had been better educational and vocational H. Knight, Mrs. W; C. Owen, Mis.

tion of every city of Florida. obtained, it is certain that the
number training for all our people, white Keathley Bowden, Mrs. John B. Dot-

The Mortgage Bankers' associationof of divorces would be reduced and black, on Southern farms, and terer, Mrs. Martha Ludekens and

Greater Miami, composed'of men materially.The Mrs. Fred Hill.
we need ten times as much vocational -
who represent insurance companiesand permanence of the matrimonial training to provide both skilled

mortgage houses, has determinedby union bulks large in the stability workers for existing factories and to BETTY SPICER NAMED ON Realty And I

resolution that passage of the of the nation. Wrecked homes have set up new industries. Dr. Oharles H.Herty's STAFF OF COLLEGE PAPER

bill would 50 decrease the market marked repercussions on ,the whole monumental work in show-

": value of all commercial property social fabric.Marriage ing our people how to make paper Miss Betty Spicer of Clewiston, a ]DevelopmentCorporation

which Is adapted to retail uses that is the Ideal state. It from pine will bring many millions sophomore at the Florida State Col-

within a short time it would be im-! should be'entered only after due de of new money to the South and lege for Women is a member of the .-

possible to procure loans secured by liberation. Hasty weddings are not should be followed by many small staff of the Florida Flambeau, stu- j jr

mortgages upon that class of, pro- the proper precaution for establishing Industries of all kinds. As Walter W. I. dent weekly newspaper at the college i III

party. a home and setting up a family. Liggett wrote recently in Soribner's: according to advices from thin I . . ....... ............'.- "
............................. ...:.:..: : : : : = : : '
Consider then the effect of.-",.the Miami, Heiald. The only real hope-is to establish college. Miss Spicer is a reporter and

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,..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..: Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez left Shelley this week. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle er, Onfda. Johnson, Mamie Johnson,)'the waist? I
Wednesday for Gretna, Louisiana, held high score and Mrs. H. R. Hall 'Ogie Arnette, Nora Oglesby, Esther Connie Clark had a pain in the
Personal Mention :_;: for several weeks visit. They expectto held low score. Instead of the customary Brewer, Mamie Trice, Shirley Moon,I neck but it is only a boil this time? P'

: visit in California before return- prizes, the Hostesses presented Noley G iger. Carlisle Redish was seen smil-

j. I. .'.-..'..............................................................................-!......................tj. ing Ito Clewiston.Mrs. each member with a corsage of Fourth Grade News ing?
handmade flowers in pastel colors.A Spelling honor: roll: Doris Poole, Ed Clark, had high. plans for the
Mrs. D. C. Hodgkin of Sanford wasa '
future? f
Viola Stone, and her two sisters ] delicious dessert course Christine Redish, Marmelia, Bourne, I "
week-end visitor in Clewiston.Mr. ; Mrs. R. B. Bunyard and Mrs.B. served to' Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs. G.I I Nicky Schiffli, Sue VonMach.The We have only twelve more. days of .... _

T. Cogwill, and Harry Finch 'of Bi Thomas, Mrs. M. E. Yenawine, fifth and sixth grade girls are school, '
and Mrs. T. B. Shelley were West Palm Beach. Mrs. Williams remained Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. L. C. Miller, practicing daily for their part in the Those who attended the debate
visitors in Daytona Sunday.Mrs. for an indefinite visit. Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle May Day program. Monday night between LaBelle and -
---.- and Mrs. Keathley Bowden. Sixth Grade News- Clewiston will agree that Clewiston's '
-- Spelling honor. roll: 'Elbert Hooker team is growing more experiencedeach Y
business Mrs. E. L. Stewart returned Sat-
G. B. Thomas was a
and Janie year. We will probably hear of i
urday from Tallahassee and will remain -
visitor in Miami Thursday.
at her home here until after WITH BRIDGE-MICHIGAN: PARTY The seventh grade is glad to an- Ed Clark being in Congress soon if
-- he keeps up the good work. ,
nounce the enrollment of Phyllis
graduation when she will rejoin Mr.
Carawan Nelson of Jacksonvilleis Stewart for the remainder of the leg- Mrs. H. A. Bestor entertained Logan from Illinois. She Chas been The seventh and eighth grades
spending several days in Clewis gave Mrs. Jack Baker a surprise
islative session.Dr. Tuesday afternoon in honor of her here two weeks.
ton on business.Mr. mother, Mrs. Judson W. Francis, Tenth Grade News- party at her home Wednesday night. t7

and Mrs. F. M. Fox of West ,who has been spending the winter Monthly honor roll (omitted last Mrs. Audrey Lester and Mrs. Nell r.
and Mrs. N. C. Storey of Miami Palm Beach were visitors in Clewis- here. Several tables of bridge and week) : Bill Owen\ Frances Wright, Reimer, district nurses for the Flo'rIda -

were week-end guests of friendsin ton Sunday. Dr. Fox, who is a retired one of Michigan were 'enjoyed t by Billie Hooker and LeRoy Hare. crippled children's commission, '

Clewiston. Presbyterian minister, occupies the players during the afternoon.Mrs. I Ninth Grade News- visited the school on Friday. A din-
I Honor roll ic for crippled children will be held
pulpit in the Community Church G. E. Smith was winner of : Munselle Stone, Her- in \ '
vey Bourne, J. D. Hooker, Dicky Pat- LaBelle Tuesday, April 27. This
prize Mrs. M. E. Von
evening. high ,
Sunday score
Mis. W. C. Babin left Saturday -
Mr. and terson Maxine Warren clinic is held for the benefit of Indi-
for New Orleans, after residingin I -- Mach, second high, ,Mrs. W. C. Owen, Doty, Mary gent crippled children. 4
Clewis ton' for several months.Mr. I Friends of; Foster Meredith are third high and Mrs. Fred Hill, low and Louise Leiter. J. D. Hooker and Cleft Palate and hairlip cases will
glad to learn that he is recuperating score prize. Mrs. M. W. Bigg won the ,Dicky Patterson made an "A" aver- be
in all examined at the clinic. Colored
nicely in a Jacksonville hospital prize at the Michigan table. The hon- age subjects including deport- '
H. Lanier have children
and Mis. W. ment. will also be accepted.Tftlami r
moved from the Schult apartments following an operation this week. or guest was remembered with a
into a residence on Arcade avenue. Mrs.\ Meredith, who is also confinedin lovely gift.A The Juniors have made all neces-
the hospital, however, is reportedin salad course with hot rolls and sary plans for their' Junior-Senior
-- a critical condition.. coffee was served to 1Irs.V.. F. I banquet which will be held at the

Mrs. M. J. Hirsch left Sunday for Simpson, Mrs.el. M. Pafford, Mrs. R. Clewiston ,Inn Friday night at 8:30p.

(.\ Lake City to visit her daughter, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward left yes- Y., Patterson, Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. m.Did .

H. R., Wilson, jr. terday for Jacksonville where they W. C. Owen, Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mrs.E. you know that: FLORIDA

were ,called by o the death of ,Mr. L. Stewart, Mrs.; E. C. Mills, Mr. Morrison! was gaining around

Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn of Ward's mother, Mrs. L. F. Ward, Mrs. F. D. Duff, Mrs. F. I. Hill, Miss ,

Canal Point, visited friends in Clew- which occurred Wednesday night. Jayne Harrington, Mrs. M. M. Prew- -- IiQ

iston Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Funeral services are to be held in itt, Mrs. H. J. B. SCharnberg, Mrs.E. m
>, '.'* .
I Jacksonville today. P. Mutrux, Mrs. M. E. VonMach, < Cr .. / r l' .
""; >
., Gratton George is. visitingher I Mrs. E.. J. Rogero, Mrs. H. T. Mitchell I'-I'f :

sister, Mrs. J. L. Scott in Weirs- Among the LaBelle visitors who i Mrs. J. W., Francis, Mrs. J. W. i 'i !
dale this week. attended the school debate in Clew- Ezelle, Mrs. Fred Henricksen, Mrs.
? ; 'p5k
iston Monday evening 'were Principal H. C. Kolstad, 1\1rs.,1\1., W. Bigg, Mrs. f I

Mrs. H. C. Avant and son, Halson M. P. Geiger, Miss Madge Hull, O. A. Jones, Mrs. Olin Carleton, Mrs. glUjl
Avant,'were business visitors in Fort Hiss Rosa Doub, Judge H. A. Rider, J. W. Moore and Mrs. F. M. Wright. &
'Vednesday.Harry Mr. and Mrs. Hurd L. Reeves and I',61@D.
Myers i
J Jfii
\Ir. and Mrs. S. A. Graves.Mr. [

Knight of Canal Point 'spent I i I1i1 ,
the week-end with relatives in Clew- and Mrs. John Lane of Tampa Schoolws
iston. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. 11.V.. : w J ., bkv
Bigg over the week-end. Mr. and

Mr. and Mis. Leslie C. Miller Mrs.' Roy Green and son, Roy, jr., of Editor ....................__..Ethel WillisAss't G
Belle Glade visited them in the afternoon Editor Bernice O'Neal -
spent Sunday visiting ,in Canal
Point. and Roy, jr.,. accompanied Sports Editor ....._....LeRoy Hare H tJi V'
the Lanes to Tampa enroute to Advisor .....n. Miss Victoria ,Curtis
\ Gainesville where he is a student in Stop
Mrs. R. C: Wilson, Mrs. L. M. Oli- the University.Mrs. at the

phant, Mrs. W. H. Lanier and Mrs.C. '

Beach. E. Nail Wednesday.Miss were visitors. in West Palm ., C. L. ,Downs and Mrs. J. V. First Reading Grade Honor News-Roll: Mary Ruth ) HUllle&, fiotGLVatcjeALL t .':,

Fourmey returned yesterday from a Johnson, Carline Berner, Kim Kol- -.

Frances Morgan and Mrs. A. two weeks trip. While away, Mrs. stad, Clifford Beatty, Mary Kathryn 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUE :
L. Morgan visited in West Palm Fourmey visited relatives and Mrs. Dyess, Junior Raines. '3 Do you know that you may .

Beach Sunday. Mrs. Morgan remained Downs transacted business in Hen- Numbers honor roll: Mary Ruth be able to pay for a home, all _.:. :
for a week's, visit with friends. 'ersonville, North Carolina. They: later Johnson, Ruby Ricks, Junior Raines :your own,for the same money Outside Rooms With 1-
drove to Washington' to witness and, ,Mary Kathryn Dyess. :you pay for rent?Your neigh- Private Bath
-' '
0'Mrs." J. M. Biiant and grandson, the Cherry Blossom Festival and returned Spelling, honor- roll= Lillian' Golden bors are doing it. So can- you. .
d Now, as never before,you can COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
via Charleston f ra trip Mary Ruth Johnson, Carline i
Jimmie, who have been visiting Mrs. secure funds here on a long-
Briant's daughter, Mis. O. A. Jones, through Magnolia Gardens.BAJrERSXELL. Berner, Ruby Ricks, Kim Kolstad- term, easy repayable basis at Overlooking Biscayne Bay ,$
left'Sundav for their' home in Miami. Clifford Beatty, Junior' Raines, Betty terms that keep costs low. .
Lou Emrich, Mary Kathryn Dyess. There's no worry,no red tape. Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and., ;

Mrs. E. A. Houser, 1Irs.Vilfred -- We are glad 'to enroll Lewis Hinkle INVESTIGATENOW Business Section. ,.
Lockhart, Miss Dorothy Lockhartand Miss Mary Beth Snell and Jack who\ comes from Mango, Florida. ,

Bill Lockhart were visitors in Edmonds Baker were united in marriage We regret to drop Estelle, Rich-: RATES

West Palm Beach Saturday. at 7:30 o'clock Saturday evening ards from our ,enrollment. She has. :' .. .( ,. '.. >..;' \.', :::; ,
-- at the Presbyterian manse inFort ,.
moved to Panama City, Florida. $1.50 Single
Mis. L. M. Oliphant of Marietta, Myers, the ceremony being performed Second Grade X ews'I''I I tlewiston : .
Georgia, is spending two weks here by Rev. William Graham Spelling honor roll: Jo Ann > $2.50 Double ':

with her daughter, Mrs. R. C. Wil Kennedy. The wedding'came as a Crouch, Faith 11itchellVilU m Mc- ', {.\ Home Building .
surprise to the friends of the .
many Cracken, Louise Prewitt, Dorothy : Special Family, Weekly & 7
popular couple. Mitchell, Janice Norton, Harriett Association : Monthly Rates "'
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Keenan and The bride, a lovely brunette, wore Alston, Clarence Stiles, Mary\ Louise
little daughter, Virginia Ray, of a smart-white sports outfit with navy II Thomas, and Charles Benbow. <,\; S. McCREARY, Proprietor
Moore Haven, were visitors in Clew- trim. Her off-the-face hat and other
Third Grade NewsI i I
'i<. l;
> > /., ,;:,:,< ,. >
iston yesterday. accessories were white. Her flow Spelling honor roll: David Belch- "
.--- ers'were a wrist of ,
-- corsage gardenias -
Miss Victoria Curtis, Miss Dorothy and white sweet peas. I .
Craig and Miss Saundal Watson were Attending the bride was Miss Lu-

shopping in 'West Palm Beach Saturday cille Hampton, who 'wore a tailored ..
white linen suit. and a corsage of
pastel sweet peas., Neal ,Williamson
Mis. F. R. Maxwell of Miami'1's was the groom's attendant.Mrs. .

spending two weeks in Clewiston visiting Baker is the,daughter of Mrs.
her daughter, Mrs. G. E. Eth- Wesley Schwenn of Lakeland and
erton. has taught in Clewiston for two
years. She is a graduate of Florida
Mr.. and Mrs.' R. N Smith; Mr. and
Southern College. Mr., Baker is the
Beardsley: and Miss Marion
son of ,J. E. Baker of Reidsville,
Leydig ,visited in West Palm Beach
.. North Carolina, and is employed by
Sunday.. the U. S. ,Sugar corporation'.,.
Mrs. O. F. Schiffli returned Satur- Mr. and Mrs. Baker will make

day from the Good Samaritan Hos- their. home' in v Clewiston. F
pital in West Palm Beach where she
was. a patient for two weeks. CHAMttERLAINCATEMiss ,
Mrs.., George Hillenbrand, Father Marion Cate of Pahokee and I ,:'
William Barry and Mrs O'Neil of Robert F. Chamberlain of Canal

Miami Beach were guests of FatherJ. Point were married Friday night by

F. Walsh at, the Rectory on Tues- Rev. F. M. Fox, retired P Presbyterian
daj. minister at his 'home in Lake Worth.
The bride, who is1 the daughter of

Mr and Mrs. G. B. Thomas and I P. M. Cate, was attiactive in an afternoon -

daughter, Mary Louise, and Ed frock of white crepe. She
Thomas spent the week-end in Lake-' was attended by Miss Mollie Maloyof -.,-' Lr4 '
land and with relatives in Safety Pahokee Kennen ,Swayne of Can- '

Harbor. al Point was best man. ".,
:, .
Following the ceremony a wedding \: ,
Mrs. Leona Durrence of Glenville supper was given at the home of the '" '

Georgia, visiting her son and I groom's brother-in-law and sister, i f/\q -, ..-,.'... .
daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Foy I Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Feller in West .: "':J' .
Durrence, who "drove to Fort Myersfor Palm Beach. ( I : :

her Sunday. Mr. Chamberlain has been employed : ( EET--\\ : Jf : .

by the U. S. Sugar Corporationfor

J. E. Beardsley, Jr., left yesterday seven years and formerly lived -- .-,"
, ... morning with, the Pahokee High in Clewiston. i, 0 '

e. School Glee Club for Tampa to par- After a short wedding .trip Mr.
ticipate in the annual high school and Mrs. Chamberlain will make

music festival. their home in Canal Point. '

'ys drove to West Palm Beach Tuesday BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYThe a 6 +
,r:. for Mrs. Crochet who returned home "' SAVES WEAR
.: w >? after spending several days in the Wednesday afternoon bridge K

r" Good Samaritan hospital, '0' club met at the home of Mrs. T. B. ......,. -
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CHAPTER XIIContinued24 called the Pendlctons. Gavin's Force that foresees more than we
Sometimes the symptoms are non e vero, e ben trovato.
nervous, irritated voice answered. can has a plan for us. He layson
"Ellen is here with each not very severe or pronouncedand ,(It.) If it is not true, it is very
Hugh, on his way out, planned us. one the burden ot, destiny ingenious.A .
that he would have his mother invite "Yes, yes," Gavin stuttered. and says: 'Take this, carry it the physician has to, make
Ellen for dinnPi very soon. "She's all light. We'll keep her -it is my plan for you. Bear it number of examinations ,hefore la lettre. (F.' ) To the letter. ,

Or he invitation until tomorrow if you don't mind." the best you can; under it literally.
would issue the grow ;
he feels certain of the na, ,Coup de maitre. (F.) A master
call up and coax her a bit if she "WaitwaiU"Gavin and I shall lead you out and be- '
seemed unwilling. Not tonighthehad had a colloquy with Lizzie, y tmd.' ture of the trouble stroke.

to work late tonight. And to- then muttered, "Mother, wants you 'The burden of dest n. ," Ellen Thus a few years ago when a

morrow Mothe had invited the to bring her home." repeated in a dazed tone, "or a vounE adult complained ot being

John Renshaws for dinner, and the "If I do I won't answer for the practical joker? Which is tired: all the tune i

next night he had to go to the Wel- consequences!" replied Hugh., right?" and losing' weight Iffy ravotlteBy

lers' well, some tim 3 soon! There was a pause while Hugh "The one which gives us courage the,.physician would
Perhaps next week. heard Lizzie's strident voice in op- ," said Hugh with sudden con- ] )
position. She wanted to viction. or "consumption.'
But the Renshaws could not come evidently t2ClJlt2 HelenTwelvef
the next night and Fluvanna wentto talk to him. "Keep her," said Gavin "You believe that?" as it was then /
a concert with Margery and Will. suddenly. "See you tomorrow." "I believe that," he answeredin ;e called but t h e r e tees

Hugh read the paper, looked at a He foraged for everything he a low voice. In his effort to might' not be much ,
o'clock help' Ellen, he had suddenly clarified -, in the way of other Creamed Eggs With Chili
trade journal, and at nine could I find in the way of food,
feeling restless, decided on a long cheese and ham, olives, white and his own vague gropings-was symptoms to guide and Rice
ramble. He took Rowdy, Kezia's rye bread, fruit and cake. When conscious of the uplift of spirit him There mightbe To two cupfuls well-seasoned

dog, with him, a wire-haired terrier Elicit appeared she shook I er head. which accompanies an illuminationof very little cough. medium white sauce add one tea-

which she could not keep in "All this to eat? ." thought. no pain in the chest. spoonful chili powder and six

the apartment. She nibbled, then began eating. So absorbed were they, that they ''k tsarton no spitting qi blood hard-cooked eggs, cut in quarters.
did not hear Fluvanna enter. She io\\ ever since the Meanwhile cook one cupful of
Hugh circled the boulevard and Presently at something he said the ,
the park' twice, a walk of two or dimples came out and she laughedin stood at the dear in her velvet discovery of the valuable help that rice, season it to suit the taste
evening surveying them with an X-ray of the cnest can give this and in a border around
three miles, drawing in deep soft merriment.Her wrap arrange a
breaths of the early March air J wonder and surprise. "EllenEllen method of examination is now used platter. Pour the egg mixture into

which was keen and cold, yet with I own laughter startled her, !" Ellen ran to her and hid everywhere to prove or disprovethe the centei. Serves six.Copyright.WNU .
and a puzzled look came over her existence of tuberculous
a difference.He her face on her shoulder."So a spotor Service.

walked with a swinging step, glad you've come, darling," spots in the lung tissue
I Death Rate at Its Lowest.
murmured caressing
submerged in his own reflections.
Rowdy investigated lawns where her."She's When we remember that some!
lighted windows drained away into going to stay all night- years ago a victim of tuberculosis

the shrubbery, then returned to perhaps a week; or two," said was doomed just as was a victimof

him. Hugh did not know when he Hugh. pernicious anaemia and diabetes
became conscious that a woman "Nothing would make me hap- until quite recently, it is gratify.

was walking half a block ahead of pier-Ellen knows I would like to ing to know that the fight against
have her forever." tuberculosis is now successful, Thus
him. She must have turned out alotabsTRADE
during the the death
past yeai
unnoticed from a side street. She
rate from tuberculosis in North
walked rapidly, for it was. a lonely
America is the lowest has
place for a woman to be, the dark it ever MARK REG.
woods on her right, and on her left I Gavin took off his glasses and
the houses set far back from the rubbed the place behind his ear The treatment has not varied dur

street. Young, slight, and faintly where they had rested,I then put ing the past thirty years; it con for
sists of fresh air and sunshine. rest.
familiar. them on again and blinked at
and nourishing food. When the temperature

Suddenly she turned abruptly to Hugh: biliousness, sour stomach,
her right and plunged into the "Lizzie will raise a ,fuss," at keeps at normal light ex- bilious indigestion, flatu.

wood. She walked swiftly and I length came his pronouncement. ercise is given which is gradually lence and headache, dueto
increased five hours of
to light
without uncertainty until she dis : "I've not talked to Mother yet, work up constipation.
appeared. but she is so devoted to Ellen that ,
Rest is the, biggest tactor in the lOc and 25c at dealers
I think she be persuaded to
Hugh stood still. He had recog- treatment because every movementof
nized her by a forward movementof go, said Hugh. I
the that little
body means a more
Six months in France and Italy Always Loser '
her shoulders-or thought he a
air must be breathed into the lungs
would restore Ellen, Hugh had He who rests satisfied in
had. Why was she going into the mere-
and t the lungs are to he? they also
pleaded. His_ mother would accompany ly defending himself against
park at this time of night-timid, must be resting, as much as possible sarcasm -
sheltered Ellen., The perspirationbroke her, he thought. It wouldbe and abuse is always a loser.
out on his forehead as he well for his mother .o have the -Goethe.
S a
remembered the small artificial change; the family difficultieshehad "

lake paused-had been hard 'on her. Causes of Underweight.When .

She was, up to her knees in the y. ,. I Gavin frowned.. "But Lizzie-" an individual is apparently ARE FRAIL NERVOUS ?
water and wading out when he r "You mean she'll disapprove? going down hill physically face YOU ,

reached her. She Was Up to Her Knees in the You must make her see how important pale. skin pallid or "dirty-looking" Nannie Ave. Meridian Marff of

Water and Wading Out When I it is. It means more than loss of strength loss of weight dis- said: "When I wn
He lifted her in his
arms and car- He Reached Her. I've been telling.you, Gavin .," like for any mental or physical rMrs. girl I became
ried her I had *
to a seat near the bank. cramp.
He leaned forward and rapidly told work pains in joints and muscles. : :; periodical,
She looked in his face dazedly. face.. "It's beginning to seem ridiculous him of the incident down by the tongue pale. Gabby and easily : also suffered from

"It's Hugh? Hugh?" Then ina -like a joke .. ,how park lake marked or indented it: tht teeth. ti: functional associated disturbances with

low murmur: "Why did you could I?" Gavin rose, paced the room mut- then it is not hard to understandthat and would feel all gone.

come?" "Some peoople think life is a tering unintelligibly under hi* something is certainly wrongin Mother gave as a me tonic Dr When Pierce's I Fatonte had taken Prescription a

"Fate sent me, Ellen," he .answered joke." breath. He came back. "You go the body somewhere. If little red few bottles the pains and aches were relieved
I could and I felt just
simply. He drew her headto "Playing tricks-yes?" to see her tell her Oh, spots appear on he skin, first on the fine." Buy now of eat your more near-by dealer

his shoulder "Because you "It looks like that sometimes my God. Ellen!" He slumped legs and late- /n othei (parts

y were never meant to do that when we have set our hearts on down in his chair. which spots later become quite largeas

r, thing." something we don't get. Then we Hugh rose. "You want me to if blood wore Immediately under Law of SacrificeIn

(;',' She gave a long sighing breath think that there is a malicious Be- talk, to Lizzie?" the skin. and swellings appear common things the law of

l, .' that was more poignant than any ing ,who enjoys our scrapes, a leer- "Yes, IT) drop around there this in the bend of the elbows and knees sacrifice takes the form of posi-

.,' sob, it held so much of tears unshed ing, cruel, practical joker." afternoon." He did not fear the 'I the physician knows that he has a tive duty Froude.:,

;:, of misery. "Hugh," she whis- "It must be true." Her head interview with Lizzie a fractional well developed case of scurvy to

:.: pered, "it aches so here." She drooped, her tone was muffled. part as much as her husband did. I treat.
t:' laid her hand on her heart. "He blocks each exit as you hurry Gavin wrung his hand at parting. !. Scurvy,"or scorbitis as it is called. GOOD RELIEFof

E''}, "I know." from one to another.- He says, "I'll pay expenses 'for both," he is due to a lack of vitamin C in the constipation by a

A pause, then her voice again on laughing horribly: 'Stay in your burted. food that is eaten and so fruit and
'. that tremulous, respiratory note: prison!' it seems that way to Lizzie received Hugh r the vegetables containing this vitamin- GOOD LAXATIVEMany

"Yes, you know." She dooped me." square expensive ugliness of the canned or fresh-is the immediate folks get such refreshing

against him shivering. "And there's another way to look Pendleton livingroom.TO treatment. These foods are oranges relief by taking Black-Draught for .
Suddenly she sat up. The water at it. He 'may be a great wise ( BE CONTINUED) lemons combined with meat juiceor constipation that they prefer It to '.

dripped from her sodden clothes. the white of egg, later followedby other laxatives and urge theirfriemLs
is made of
to try It. Black-Draught
other foods containing vitamin C
She faced him, her wistful blue the leaves and roots of plants. It
eyes startled and examining. She Hades Too Breezy, Farm Family Left; that is potatoes watercress raw does not disturb digestion but stlm -

n shook her h ad. "You are braver Yorkshire Place on Moor Has Odd Name cabbage, onions carrots turnips lates the loner bowel so that con-

E> than I-stronger., I can't-go on." tomatoes. stipation Is lelioved.
'; She began to cry, shuddering dry However, physicians have been realizing -
\ ; sobs, that licked his heart like The peculiarly named Yorkshire Bugge, bailiff of the High Peak, had for some years now that BLACKDRAUGHTpurely
t. farm of Hades, which is situatedon his homestead there. other conditions the
flaming faggots. He drew her to there are in vegetable laxative
; the bleak moors near Holmfirth, Hertfordshire has its Nasty and
, .. her feet. "Let us walk. No good body in which though the symp-
: sitting here in wet clothes after recently changed hands, the previous Essex its Ugley. The latter is.,,real toms are not so outstanding as in

"', that ducking. We'll walk occupier having left the, place ly a pretty spot, and the name scurvy, are nevertheless due to a To Our Sorrow
fast-see, like this." very because he found it too cold living comes from Oakley, i. e., an oak I lack of some necessary mineral or Reciprocation is often, nothing

,,. He led her out of the woods there. No matter how much the meadow so that the old rhyme, vitamin in the foods eaten; at least other than retaliation.
resisting. fires were built up, he and his fam- "Ugly church, ugly steeple not enough of these substances to

"Can you run? Come, El- ily could not keep warm. Ugly parson, ugly people" fulfill the needs of this particular
Oddly enough, the next farm to it commonly associated with it would individual.
len with
run me as far as the next SMALL SIZE EI LARGE SIZE
";, corner." is called Elysium, says a writer in appear to be misplaced.. Thus a patient may be pale, lack 60c t S $1.20

: They ran for a long block, then Pearson's Weekly, of London. The name which occurs most of- strength, have little, or no appetite?
slowed down to a walk. Cold Blow, a suburb of Sutton ten among our English places i is and an examination of the blood will

f. "Tell you what we'll do. You Surrey, was formerly known as Lit- Sutton, for there are no fewer than show that anaemia-lack of iron-
tle Hell, but its situation on the thirty-six towns and '
", come over to my house and get off villages bear- is present. Although the iron contained egAsoA
:' your wet clothes, put on some- bleak Banstead Downs made its ing that name, whilst a further fifty- in all the cell' of the bodyis 11.. recosnlzcd Remedy for Rheumatic

:, thing of Mother's. I'll fix you a nice name so inappropriate that it was six have Sutton as' a prefix, like Sut- only 1 part in 25.000 of the bodyweight end Neuritis! sufferers. A perfect Blood

hot drink-then you'll raid the ice- changed. tonuponTrent.Next nevertheless every one of Purifier. Mikes thin Blood Rick and
box-get us a lunch! We'll have a Place names are rarely altered in in order of popularity comes I these tiny cells must have some He thy. Builds Strength and Vigor.
'' nice clubby evening-come!" this country. Family influence man- Aston, here being twenty-four places iron in it. if it 13 to do its work AfI1i.ys Effective Why suffer?
She put her hand over her eyes. aged to get Sheen changed to Rich-_ with this name and forty-three withit 'properly The foods containing, or ... ,.'1If"c1.1.I''J'IIIctB-:$ '...

"Whatever; you say-I'm so bewil- mond and the Oxfordshire village of as part of the name. Then there rich in. iron' are meat (especiallyliver
dered." Hog's Norton was altered to Hook are nineteen Carltons. and twelve ), egg yolk leafy vegetablesand WNU', 16-3*'

e; His mother was not home when Norton some time ago. But the vil- Moretons. peas fresh and dried

they arrived. He took her directly lagers of Slough failed to get Upton.. Essex, however, would seem to Another mineral that is often; |2j4SORES BOILS

upstairs, turned on the hot water Royal adopted for Slough. have almost a monopoly on Roding, lacking, one which is needed for ATHLETE'S FOOT,BURNS,
in the bath. "Get in there, young One of the most unfortunately for within easy distance of each building bone and teeth buildingnerve CUTSt dlTCHING SKIN

lady, and be quick about it. "I'll named villages in England was other we find Aythorpe Roding. tissue and making. the bloodmo \, C AI TOO tOCAl WUG$*-*
have, changed and be pounding Bogsworth in Derbyshire. Buxworthhas 5 r \\ i I M fOSI'AO N nor W hr
at White
Roding, Margaret Roding ; e "sticky" and thus helping ,the '
your door in five minutes.He now been substituted. The orig- Leaden Roding, Berners Roding, heating of sores, ulcers and other JAC.SONVILLI Bowsal Ge>4cAl .P.oaur.cIo110Ac Cot

changed his clothes quickly, inal name dates back to the Four- Abbess Roding and Beauchamf skin conditions is calcium, or lime \b BOWSON'S BALSAM
then ran down to the telephone and I teenth century, when one Ralph I Roding a total of sev n. HS it is usually called.

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