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 30, 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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New Emergency Hospital ] Campbell Tractor Nail InjuredIn Accident I IMay Day Pageant Given .

II To Be Ready August 1st. ] Campbell E.-Nail-was-- injured in ]I IAt School Grounds Today

an accident near Homestead Tuesday 1

cI -------1 afternoon when he attempted to step o I

Watanabe Hotel to be I School Commencement from a slowly moving tractor whichhe I' Group Meets To I''Children Participate In

'was demonstrating to a purchaser. -

Meet Ball Club! Making Day a Gala
Remodelled to Plans Are Complete Organize ,
I Mr. Nail was driving the tractor I I

DemandA with the new owner beside him, and I Event at School
II I Plans for commencement-- exercises leaving the motor in second gear attempted -]I Spring fever, which is usually associated -

I to step to the ground from:, with that "Ho-Hum"j! I --
of the Clewiston High School arc "Springtime", a pageant of _MayDay
new emergency hospital for I complete, it was announced this the machine to allow the new own feeling, turned a good many Clewis-I presented this after-
is being
er to operate it unassisted., In mak- ton minds to baseball this week, and
Clewiston will be ready'about August week by Principal B. E. Herring. The on the school grounds by child-
o ing the step he lost his footing ana the meeting called on Monday night noon
first in the building formerly occupied commencement address will be delivered ren of the local school, under the di-
slipped so that his trouser leg was for the purpose of organizing a baseball -
by Dr. Ludd M. Spivey, president teachers, headed by
Hotel rection of their
by the Watanabe according -
i of Florida Southern Collegeat caught in the tread. Before the ma- team was well attended. I Miss Saundal Watson.

to an important announce of the state's chine could be stopped he was caught Neal Williamson was chosen team 1
Lakeland, and one
beneath the tread sufficiently that and K. C. Woodward, sec The pageant is based on the Gre-
ment, made this week by the manage best known educators. The com- manager
: his left leg was badly bruised and retary-treasurer of the ball club. The cian mythology and depicts Ceres,
ment of the United States Sugar mencement exercises will be held in I
::0 I the school auditorium on Monday he suffered other bruises and group decided upon practices twice I the Goddess of the Seasons, whose
Corporation.The of her
scratches.He and anger at the disappearance
week Tuesdays
: a ,-on Thurs-1,
Sugar Corporation has acquir-I evening baccalaureate, May 10th. will be was given treatment by a days at 4 o'clock. Spokesmen for the daughter, Proserpina, causes her to
The sermon I
ed the property)', which will be thor-I clock Homestead physician and returnedto baseball, enthusiasts are anxious that pronounce the curse of winter upon
eleven serv-
delivered at an
oughly modernized and converted in-i ice in the school auditorium, on Sun- his home here to recuperate. It other clubs organizing, in nearly the earth. Proserpina was siezed by
" is not thought that his injuries will towns contact the Clewiston club I Pluto, God of the Underworld. Upon
to r.n emergency hospital in 'charge day, May 9th. Mr. Herring is assured would return -
that Proserpina
serious. with a view to organizing a Lake promise
Florida clergyman prove i
South -
cf Dr. 0. F. Schiffli.. The building j of a prominent Okeechobee league and adopting a I to the earth for six months each
for the baccalaureate sermon,
is very commodious and will give I I schedule of year, Ceres modifies her curse and

ample space for all needed hosPita'1 i been but as received definite at acceptance the time of had goingto not MOST FIRST ROUND summer Quite a bit of equipment games.left from springtime returns for the six months is
beautiful maiden on
when the
facilities for Clewiston for many i press, his name was not announced previous ball clubs is available to .

years.Present plans for the rehabilitation -I i The this'four week members of the Senior MATCHES PLAYED I will the local be purchased group and as needed.other article I I earth.Proserpina, who was crowned

class have been honored with theJuniorSenior The meeting was held in Charli I i Queen upon her return, was por-

of the building, which will be I banquet and with the TENNIS TOURNAMENT Miner's office and was attended by; trayed by Ethel Willis, the King by

done by a construction crew of the annual Kiwanis dinner this week. A. C. Carlton, Harvey Guthrie, Joe Ed Clark. Maids of the Court were

corporation, call for the renovationand Bob Patterson is valedictorian and -- Cato, Jim Eeardsley, Ed Clark, Co- Billie Hooker, Christine Bell, Mar-

burn Moore, Charles Roberts, Con tha Nell Alston and Bernice Guthrie.
remodelling of the entire first Miss Ethel Willis salutatorian of the Br Z. G. Meredith I
will rad Clark, Kurt Woodward, Carlisl 1! A group of Grecian dancers included -
lloor. There will be a suite of offices, Class of 37, and their addresses Thanks to the cooperation of all Reddish, George Terrell, Neal Williamson ]-: Mildred Ward, Dot Bethea, Violet
I form of the on gradu-
part program
a main ward and several private ation night.JR.SR. the players, the various tournaments I Harold Spikes, Ed Ward, J. Bethea, Gladys Willis, Barbara

rooms. It is understood that the annex -J being staged by the Clewiston Ten- E. Beardsley and C. E. Miner. I I Smith, Runelle McGehee, Mary War-

; nis Club are moving along as sche- ren and Margaret VonMach. Flower
to the building will be converted ,
duled and, with a few exceptions, I Girls were Betty Lou Emrich, Mary

into a ward to" care for emergency BANQUET IS most of the first round matches have RECITAL GIVEN BY i Kathryn Dyess, Harriet Alston, JoAnne

colored cases. been played. According to scheduleall Crouch, Pat Bailey, Virginia

The present hospital, located on first round matches should be I'Turner.

the ridge opposite the Clewiston Inn, HELD FRIDAY NilE played by May 3. The tournament MRS. KNIGHT'S CIAS'The Winter was portrayed by Renee
committee requests that every player I
has been in use :since the summer of Wethington: North Wind by Julia
who has not yet played his first
1920, and is too small for the pres-' --- Ann Oglesby, Cupid by Bubber Mills
of the
The spacious dining room round match see his partner or opponent i
piano pupils of Mrs. Josephin Elf, Clifford Beatty, Ceres by Dor-
ent needs of the town the of a I by
Clewiston Inn was scene as soon as possible and make
presented in a recita I Gus
Knight were othy Hare and Messenger by
gala occasion Friday evening, with I the necessary arrangements for play-
J I in the school Friday ev- Cantrell.
the Junior Class of the Clewiston ing their match. This will greatly i
P.-T. A' Install New ening. A large crowd of parents an David Belcher,
Snow Balls were
honor of
School entertaining in
High assist the committee in conducting I
-' .friends., ., of the young .}musicians; attended Mitchell,
Ellen ,
"members' of-the. Senior Class. Mary
the .
Officers For, YearThe the tournaments as 1 andTenjoyed the followini, Nell
Mills Dean Holland, Mary
Gene ,
intention of the Tennis
A nautical motif was chosen for is the :
the banquet and was carried outmost Club to arrange matches with teams program Christian, Jacqueline Bledsoe and
The Sweet Violet, (Smallwood), Milton Poole.
new officers of the Parent- effectively in table and room from other cities, such as Fort My
by. Nancy Wright.
Teachers Association were installed decorations and in programs. The ers, West Palm Beach, Pahokee, etc., Louise' Prewitt and Nancy Wright
I School Pictures (Hopkins) by;
table centered with a these tournaments have were fairies. William McCracken
\ at the April meeting of the organization banquet was as soon as I
which was held in the school ship's model and was decorated in been completed. Therefore, it is quite Gene Mills. i was the Water Nymph. -

auditorium Friday evening. Mrs. R. blue and gold, the colors of the sen- evident that it is to the mutual interest Lady Moon (Hopkins), by Sue Von I' There' were four, groups of flow-

T. Mitchell, retiring president, con- ior class. An individual program was of every player to cooperatein Mach.A ers-Roses, Sue Von Mach, Doris

ducted the installation and presented laid at, each plate and was fashioned bringing to a successful close Bunch of Daisies Hopkins), Poole and Wilma Jean Tingle; Dais-

each of the new officials with a with blue covers, ,white leaves anda these various tournaments. Mary Louise Thomas. I ies, Shirley Moon, Mayme Johnson,

I lovely bouquet of flowers. miniature gold pencil attached. Decorations There are quite a few players in Ask the Moon (Hopkins) by Dilly; I and Grace Ward; and Sweet Peas,

in the room embodied blue 0 the tournament who, as yet, are not Perry. Marianne Jones, Wilma Jean Tingle
The new officers are Mrs. M. 1\[ I
Prewitt, president; Mrs. J. E. Baker, and white, the colors of the hostess members of ,the Tennis Club but who Betty's First Waltz (Light) by; and Doris Simmons; Pansies, Nora
class. for membership. To you Esther Brewer and Inez
vice-president;' Mrs Joe Robbins, have applied June Hooker. Oglesby,

secretary; Mrs. O. A. Jones, treas-I Jimmy Hall made a clever toast- who, have applied for membership, Alba (Neviu) a duet, by Barbara Haven.,
and also those who have not, you The setting of the pageant was
master and introduced each speakerin
urer; Mrs. B. E. Herring, historian.Following Smith and Marianne Jones.
of the I are advised that the next, meeting of lovely, with the Queen's throne elevated -
the installation, Mrs. turn. Jack Winn, president Minuet in "G" (Beethoven), b:
f Prewitt, on behalf of the P.-T. A. and Juniors, gave a toast to the Seniorsto the club is on Monday evening May Dicky Owen.Butterfly to a. prominent place in the
Ed 10, at 8:00 o'cloclat: the City Hall. background and at the left front the
of the new officers presented Mrs. which the Senior president, Schottische (Englemau])
Before playing your match, please Maypole i< with its varicolored ribbons
Mitchell with a pretty cheese tray, Clark, responded. Ethel Willis Marianne Jones.
pee the treasurer of the club, Mrs. A.' by added a bit of color to the scene.
and with a bouquet of flowers in ap- the faculty and B. E. Herring Viennese Silhouettes (Locke) by :

preciation of her splendid year'swork gave the response. Miss MignonneSt. L. Hackett, concerning your dues. Runelle McGehee.

as president. Martin and Roy Alston gave vocal Following are matches to be played -I April Sunlight (DeLeone) by Julia E. D. D. To Ask For

Following the installation, routine I solos and a, group of girls from either in the first or second round: Ann Oglesby.

business concluded the meeting. Mrs.: Adkinson's dancing_ class presented -I Men's; Sinal<:-First Flight I I ValseCaprice (DeLeone) by Barbara Provision Clarifications

I : two tap dancing numbers. 1 Morrison vs Hackett; Manley vs B. Smith.

! Senior Class Are Guests Favors were distributed to the Beardsley' ; Lawson vs Mobley;Woodward Beery I Morning Song (Roberts) by Nora
vs Ford Pafford vs Moore; -
guests, the Senior boys receiving bill Oglesby. RFC officials, who last week
! J. Robbins Meredith L. I
Of Kiwanis At Meeting fclds, the Senior girl, a lovely even- vs ; vs I When the Lights Are Low, duel granted a loan of $3729,000; to the
: Hare: Lawrence vs Collins.
I ing bracelet. The Junior girls received I by Barbara Smith and Julia Ann Everglades Drainage District'under
Men's Singes-Second Flight
friendship bracelets with the let- Oglesby. I certain stated conditions and stipulations -
Members of the Senior Class of Liddell vs J. Beardslev, Sr.: Lock-
"CHS" belt buckles to clarifyhose
ters and the boys I will be asked
the Clewiston High School were hart vs Bell: G. Royal vs Miller;;
also with the school's' initials.\ Is : conditions, it was decided
guests of the Kiwanis Club at its VonMach vs M. Lowe; B. Patterson County Nurse Palm
Corsages of flowers were given to I a meeting of the board in West

dinner meeting at the Inn Wedneiilr.y -I the lady faculty members and handkerchiefs -I vs B. Owen Beach the first of this week.A .
Transferred Recently
Men's; Double"
nigh -
" } to the men. I lawyer will besent to Washington -
:i Following the introduction of the Hackett & Markette vs: Liddell k consult officials of

Ii Seniors, Miss Ethel Willis, Ed Clark, Attending were the Senior r ass Royal; Manley & R, Smith vs Bill at once to Finance COl"pOralion ,.
members, Miss Ethel Willis, Ed I. Haven Democrat he Reconstruction
& Lawrence Meredith & Mor-
a Bob Patterson, Jack Moorman and Owen ; of the
1\\ Clark, Bob Patterson, Jack Moor Lunsford who has : and request clarification
Mrs. Lucyle
William Johnson, a talk by Kiwanian rison vs Pafford & Vorhees; Yena-' .
man and William Johnson; the Jun- served this county and Hendry county confusing regulations.A.
R. N. Smith was enjoyed by both wine & Crochet vs: Jim Beardsley,, board
ior members, Misses Willis. I H. Wapg, chairman of the
Gladys nurse
for about a year as county
guests and members. Sr.. & Moore Ezelle & Collins vs loan
Bernice O'Neal, Mildred Ward, Dorothy was transferred recently to her homeIn i announced that (the authorized
Mr. Smith's topic was "Careless- P Beardslev & FnrdMcCracken the
Hare, and Bethea, will I would permit adjustment of
Dorothy where she
Beach i
ness" and it Bell & J. Robbins Beery Daytona I
although was made primarily Mobley vs ; i-
II and Conrad Clark, Carlisle Reddish, the i i principal of the district's outstai<\
hold[ same
to the Seniors, it was heart- & Hare vs flutes Smith & Snikcs:
ily enjoyed by everyone present. Jack Winn, Guy Sell Nelson, Jimmy VonMach & Curry vs R. Robbins & transfer was said to have been I' ng indebtedness at the rate 37

I Hall and Pat McGehee;: Junior r Lockhart. occasioned by the death or her moth- cents on the dollar.Negotiations .

I guests, James Winn and 'James are few weeks ago. Mrs. Lunsford I with bond holders
School Ladies' Singles .
j Johnson, and faculty members, B. E. I Mrs. Beardsley v .l\hs. Owen; Miss applied for the transfer in order that have been underway for years and

Herring, M. E. Morrison Mrs. G. B. father and he district's bonds and interest area
; she could be near her
Exercises Begin May 2 Moore vs Miss Robbins: Mrs. Millervs II 9I
Thomas, Mrs. J. E. Baker, Miss Livonia the application was accepted default since 1931.
I Mrs.' 'Hackett; Miss Pat Smith vs
--,-- Congdon and Miss Victoria Cur- Mrs McCracken. In a letter this week to county officials -

Closing exercises of the Harlem'Academy tis. Miss Dorothy Lockhart, until recently Ladies Doubles Mrs Mary W. Matthews, district I IH. AND SIRS. K. J. IJERENTKKTAIN

colored school of the Clew o a faculty member, was also'.,a Markette & Mitchell vs M. Robbins nursing supervisor of Jacksonville FOR MISS PRINCE

iston district, begins on Sunday, May guest. & Miller: Woodward fDavi'*on "s stated that every attempt was

1- 2nd and a special invitation to white Owen & Hackett; Ezelle & Morganvs being made to find another nurse Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Lee entertainedlonday

41, friends of the school is extended by i! Liddell &: Smith; MoCracken & Lo talce'Mrs. Lunsford's place: here \ evening for Miss Hazel

the Principal A. A. Thomas and his 8 p, m.; Exhibition of school workon Beardsley vs Moore & P. Smith. jut so far it had been impossible andt Prince' the occasion being her birth-
was feared that the county would day. It }was also in the nature of a
assistant' Viola Shipman. the following Monday, May 10that Mixed Doubles '
All* exercises: will be held in the 2 p. m. and the commencement Collins & R. Bpaidsley vs J. Robbins je without the services of a nurse'I farewell party for Mr. and Mrs. Harold -

school building. The Baccalaureate exercises at 7:45Tuesday, May 11th & F. Hackett; Bear 'eley Sr., & 'or several weeks. Spikes who left for a two week'svacation

rcrmon) at 3 o'clock Sunday after-I conclude the week's programs. Davisson vs Hackett & M. Robbins; During her residence in this coun- this week.

,noon, May 2nd; the King's Reception, The Harlem Academy is a splen- C. Moore & Mitchell vs McCracken ty Mrs. Lunsford made a great many Attending were Miss Prince, Mr.

(vrrises of the primary grade) did junior high school and has four & G Woodward; Bell & M. Smith vs riewls, who, while hating to see hero and Mrs. Spikes, Miss Roberta

Monday at 8 p. m. (the exercises of members .of its ,graduating class this Morrison & F. Morgan; C. Robbins ; will respect her reasons for wising !: eorge, Halson Avant, Ed Ward andW.

the intermediate grade) Friday" at year. (Continued( on Page" S) to make, the transfer ". E. .Page



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Rube-Sally, will you marryme
-zl aba t ., EGGS ?
Edward W. Pickard Sally-Sure.

a A Yes-Man's Paradise., Western Newspaper Union (Silence from Rube.) .

CALIF.-If Size Well as Production Sally-Why don't you say some-
SANTA thing else, Rube? -
when the President Court Bill Hearings their greedy paws on Ontario as
Equally Important.By Rube-I think I have said too
I'm minister said
tF' puts over his scheme for recon- Continued to April 28 long Premier as Hepburn.He prime. much already.-Cotton Ginners'

the President's Dr. W. C. Thompson. Poultry Husbandman Journal.
court on
structing the Supreme HEARINGS thereupon let it be known that New Jersey College of Agriculture. -

nearer to his heart's desire, the court enlargementbill he was prepared to push' through- .-WNU Service.Since .
will be continued until April 28, legislation that would exclude the big eggs make for increased Cop's Call .
4. question arises-in fact, has al- and the last two days will be de- C. I. O. from Ontario if this be- poultry farm income because of the "Wake up quickly," said the

ready arisen-as to where he'sgoing voted to testimonyby comes necessary to save the pulp- emphasis placed on size in grading burglar's wife. "I think there's a

r to find members who, will supporters of the wood and mining industries fromC. eggs, and since the ability to'produce policeman in the house!"

+= keep step with the New Deal's measure. Then the .1. O. control. big eggs is heritable, poultrymen -
senate judiciary General Motors of Canada offeredthe :. should breed for egg size as CALL IT THAT
march of triumph. committee will go strikers at Oshawa various con- well as for production and other r

: Might this earnest well-wisher into executive session cessions but not recognition of the inherited traits.

make a suggestion? Let the Presi- 4 and debate the union. Hugh Thompson, U. A. W. Fresh quality table eggs are soldon

dent look Hollywood bill at length. The A. organizer, advised that the offer an egg size quality basjs. This

; over before making y[ d hearings were sus- be accepted, but the strikers rejected means that price returns s.re, to a

his selections, for pended Monday aft- it as insufficient.The large extent at least, based on the

this is yes-man's ernoon, April 19, but executive board of the unionat egg size quality of respective packs. .-
: land. Some of the the senators scorn- : meeting in Washington decided {
a The poultry breeder who is interested -
studios out here are < fully'denied that the to postpone until November the Walker-Just back from
Smith \\7. of the base- in improving the averageegg a joyride
so crowded with opening drive to unionize the Ford company ?
Brookhart size of the yield produced by
" ball had
season any-
that big
yes-men Y; this. plants. his pullet layers should rememberthat Driver-What do you think?
have to thing to .do with
yes-men !' there is no significant correlation Caught two fines, had three blow-
One witness heard iri.support of '
tote yes-men l lr Mrs. Harriman Nominated between the number of eggs outs and a busted differential,
' in their the .bill was Smith Wildman Brook-
: arms. that bird and the size of towed eight miles to and
. from Minister to Norway a lays a garage
;: There's only one hart, radical former senator
Y those and that the poultry' had to borrow this crate to
eggs get
'.":. or two drawbacks s Iowa. He said the President's pro- PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT sentto

:'f: to this plan, as I see Irvin S. Cobb posal was an issue in the campaign the senate the nomination of breeder must select his breeding home in.
stock both with to the
,4.. it. It's going to be because the opposition declared Mrs. Florence Jaffray 'Harriman of regard

f-, hard to wean the local appointeesfrom what he would do to the Supreme Washington as minister to Norway.She quantity and egg size quality. He You May GuessA
wearing polo shirts along with court. is the widow of J. Borden Har- should also keep in mind that egg woman advertises' for a hus-

those long silken robes. And they'll "It was specifically made an issue riman, New York banker, and has size quality may be very materially band who must not wear a collar

insist in a preview for each deci- in the campaign," said Mr. been active in politics for a num- increased by a proper introductionof larger than size 13. Since the

sion. Brookhart. "The President himselfdid ber of years. Anthony J. Drexel this element into the poultry woman is a widow, either her late

,/ 4Domestic not so urge it because he prob- Biddle, Jr., who now holds.the'Nor breeding''' improvement' program. husband must have left a lot of

Pets. ably had not fully made up his way post, was nominated to be am The nearer the poultryman can shirts or else his widow is assur-

A BROOKLYN judge has decided mind, but former Senator James A. bassador to Poland. come to produce pullet laying flocks ing herself she is going to be boss

' that for a couple to keep Reed, the ablest, most brilliant and which yield eggs of such size and this time.

eighty-two various animal pets in most forceful opponent the '''Presi- Luther Assails Criticsof quality as will command first-grade

one apartment is too manymaybenot dent had in the whole campaign, German Nazis prices, the more profitable will be Fashion Note

for the couple, but for the neigh- did present in detail the President's the egg farming enterprise.In You cannot do better than se

bors-yes! plan upon accurate information. He D R. HANS LUTHER, German the practical application of lect a bright color, such as green,

That reminds me that once, in dared the President to deny his ambassador to the United such principles two methods are of- and stick to it.-Answer to Corre-
States who is about to retire, gave
fered First if is spondent.
Middle West-not sucha statement. : trapnesting being ,
hotel the
a large hotel either-I found fully "There was no denial because his annual bock beer party, and sur- done, pullets which show 60 per centor Any newly-painted park seat

. that many pets in my bed. They Senator Reed was telling the truth prised several his hundred guests, more of first-grade eggs, or eggs will offer you an excellent oppor-

r,= weren't assorted enough; they all and the President was content to and weighing 24 ounces or more to the tunity to do this.Humorist.Sport .

, belonged to one standard variety. submit the issue upon the violent 4 congressmen dozen should be separately banded

"; I shall not name the hotel, but it arguments against it alone." correspondents Americanswho by with a legband. Future breeders, is a great mental relaxa-

J:' was the worst hotel in the world, asr' Judge William Denman of the a assailing criticize the other things being equal, are best tion, says a noted physician.

of that year. United States Circuit Court of Appeals t chosen from that group. This in- Relaxation, me eye! It's about
at San Francisco, an ap-' i Nazi regime in Ger- volves weighing eggs produced during -' the only thing some of us take
But the point I'm getting at is "
.' pointee of President Roosevelt, argued many. any 30-day period after three seriously.
that though eighty-two
against Chief Justice Hughes' "You must accept months of production have passed.
may make a surplus in a city flat, Germany as she is,"
homeso contention that a ,Supreme court ; According to the second method, Keep your body free of accumulated -
couldn't.possibly upset a
f they he said. "You
: working in two or more separate x may suggested when no trapnesting is waste, take Dr. Pierce's Pleas-
f so much as one overstuffed' husband not like some of the ant Pellets.60 Pellets 30 cents.Adv.
panels would be unconstitutional.Army's .
done the stock is
t who's puny and has had to go on a things about her, being breeding
c,; strict diet such as would: be suitable Hans Luther but you must recog- selected with regard to all'the char- As Your CompanyTell

" for a canary-if the canary wasn't, Huge ,Bombing PlaneIs nize her as a strong and unified acteristics considered to be impor- me thy company and I will

r very hungry. Given Test Flights country under the leadership of a tant, and the matings are made up tell thee what thou art.-Cervan-

f. TEST flights by the army air man who has the courage and the as usual. In any case, only eggs tes i
corps' new. big bombing plane weighing 24 to 28 ounces per dozenare
Literary Legerdemain wisdom to lift it out of a grave
circles along sun- were being made at Seattle, Wash., emergency. placed in the incubator.

CULTURAL of Californiaare where it was built by the Boeing "My chief aim during the four Figures gathered on several hun-

r still all excited over the achieve- Aircraft company. This machineis years I have spent in the United dred layers indicate that the adop- .

ment of a local literary figure who, the largest military airplane in States has been to give your peoplea tion of the 24-ounce-to-the-dozen d

after years of concentrated effort, the world, with an all metal fuse' better i understanding of mine, minimum, or preferably the 26-

turned out a 500,000-word novel with- lage 100 feet long, a wingspread of their homes, and their ambitions. ounce-to-the-dozen minimum, for

.out once using a word containingthe 105 feet, and a cruising range of But/recently I havebeen made melancholy hatching (eggs will accomplish dis-

letter "E." If the fashion 6,000 miles. It weighs about 40,000 by suggestions I have read tinct improvement in the average t

spreads to the point where: the cap- pounds unloaded and 75,000 pounds and heard of political disunion in egg size of the resultant pullet!

ital "I" also should be stricken out, when carrying a full complement of my fatherland. flocks. -- ----

it's going to leave a lot of actors fuel and armament. It has four "Nothing can be farther from the KILLS INSECTSON

and statesmen practically mute. twin row engines of a new type truth. Germany today is a nation
which will deliver horse Cites High Standards in FLOWERS FRUITS'VEGETABLES
But that's not what I started out power actuated by a single purpose, whichis

to say when I began.this squib. What. each for takeoff. The speed is about to recover from the fetters Choosing Hatching Eggs & SHRUBS
250 miles an hour. There are five her the of Demand original sealed
placed by treaty
I started out to say was that I know upon
streamlined blisters on the new machine Versailles. Germany wants to live Selecting eggs for hatching according bottles, from your dealer
of much longer novels which have I
been produced without a single idea which are emplacements for in friendliness and amity with other to a definite standard aids 3C./ !

in them. small, quick firing cannon, insteadof nations of the world. But such a materially in improving the size,
machine These will shape and color of eggs producedon
guns. cannon peace must be constructive peace if Fearless Minds
outshoot mounted the poultry farm, J. C. Taylor,
any guns on any to achieve the friendly cooperation -
Holding World's Fairs. we are I Fearless minds climb soonest
other military airplane in the world. associate extension poultryman at
T'S customary, before launchinga among nations which you into crowns.-rShakespeare.
I the New of
Jersey College Agriculture -
much to desire here.
world's fair or an expositionor seem so
Baseball Season Opened Over in Germany the anti-Jewish Rutgers university, tells egg
whatever ,they may call it, to ; .
hang the excuse for same on some President Tosses Ball crusade seemed to be growing more producers.The Lazyboredgrouchy
in and then intense. The latest instance reportedi standard of egg selection for this
great event history the National and American You may feel wayas
promptly forget all about the thing BOTH leagues opened their the dismissal of Leo Blech, a' hatching suggested by Taylor is thatno a result of constipation '._

that. the show is supposed to com- Jew, who has been conductor of the egg shall weigh less than 24
and of
seasons, the small boy and the Constipation is an enemy pleasure. -
in the excitement of Berlin State Opera house since 1906 ounces to the dozen nor mote than
memorate tired business man are happy. President It dulls :jour enjoyment of the
flocking to see Sally Rand unveiled. Roosevelt, conforming to cus- when he was appointed by Kaiser 28 "The size, he says, "should be best entertainment and the best
uniform and the shape normal. Do
F'rinstance, the big celebration in tom, "did his stuff" by tossing a Wilhelm II. Hermann Goering, friends.To .
and reich ministerof not use eggs which are long, short, in-
Prussian premier neglect constipation Is to
will ball
New York in 1939 ostensibly new into' the field at the national -
aviation, has been a strong supporter round or oddly shaped. The color vite serious trouble.For your health's
mark George Washington's inauguration capital where the Washingtonand
of this accomplished artist, should also be uniform-no cream sake, take Black-Draught at the first
President 150 before
as 1 Philadelphia teams started the
but from the antiSemitesgrew colored or 'other tinted shells' in the sign of constipation. You'll soon feel
and it be just matter American league Vice Pres- pressure
may as a games. that is
white and the brown better. Here's a laxative
and Blech eggs eggs
too powerful was
of form that Washington will be ident Garner hoisted the in
cen- reliable.BLACKDRAUGHT.
ousted. should be of a shade most characteristic purely vegetable,
mentioned in the opening ceremonials. ter field, and a great crowd of con- of the flock."

But the real interest will cen- gressmen and government and so-
ter in whether Billy Rose or Earl cial leaders was present. Americans Want to Fill The care of eggs before they are

Carroll or the Minsky brothers succeed The National league season was Soviet Warship Order placed in the incubator determinesto A GOOD LAXATIVEWorms

in thinking up some new formof opened in Norton by the Boston SOVIET RUSSIA, which recentlywas some extent the success of the
peach-peeling art.Coronation hatch. Collect the hatching eggs frequently -
Bees and the Philadelphia team. to have asked American expelled promptly from the human
at least two three times ,
help in building a navy that or system with Dr. Peery's Vermifuge Dead
a day. Store the eggs in a clean, Shot.". One single dose does the trick. 50c.
Souvenirs. Auto Strikers Lose would check Japanese ambitions, I All Druggists. -
cool room or cellar where the tem-
SINCE previous engagements pre- $65,000,000 in Pay wants to buy a "knocked down" 60 Dr Peer 's
battleship in the United States, and perature does not go above 55 or
me from going'over to IN THE last five months strikes in degrees Fahrenheit. Be sure that
manufacturers to ad-
two are trying
the coronation
I trust friend
the automotive industry have all hatching eggs' are turned oncea
just the specifications so -they
'will bring me back a specimen of cost the workers between and do not hold
that $65,000000 ,- can fill the order with the con- day eggs longer Vermifuge
new variety of pygmy fish and $70,000,000 in wages. And sent of the State department The than 10 days before putting them in
which some patriotic and enterprising Wrights Pill Co.. 100 Gold Street. N. Y. City
still, at the behest of John L. Lewis munitions control office 'in Washington the incubator.

Africa Englishman has imported from and his C. I. 0., they are planning at first ruled that a license

of as the an appropriate living souvenir further strikes. What they gain, should be issued unless military secrets Poultry Siftings WNU-7 17-37
occasion. It's fish
beyond recognition of their union
were involved, but the State tX
having ? red tail, a white stomach which probably could be obtainedby objected because the Johannesburg, South Africa, has :!
and a blue back, thus effectivelycombining department stopped cruelty to poultry by ban- t
negotiation wherever it is deserved proposals called! for 16-inch guns to SMALL SIZE $1.20
the colors of the Union in crowded crates. 5
is problematical. The fig- ning shipments 60cA
Jack. And be manufactured in this country,
it's'sellin like hot uresare from Ward's Reports, Inc. Soviet .
cakes the and because the government
say. which says of losses to companies specified that the guns and armor Cornish hens are never permittedto

Now if only this engaging little affected that the net volume of busi- plate be inspected by the United set. The egg production is too

creature could be trained to standon ness "delayed" by the strikes would States navy.Officials essential. !tR"'o.

its tail when the band plays' approximate $200,000,000, but what of the two American recognized Remedy for Rheumatic

"God Saye the King" what an addition proportion of this actually is lost companies, it was reported, be- A breeder cannot sell many set- and Neuritis sufferers. A perfect Blood

it would make for any house. cannot be calculated. lieved it might be possible to' meet tings of eggs for hatching and raisea Purifier Mates tM'n Blood Rich and

hold in the British domain! "Let me tell Lewis here and now State department objections by good-sized flock from a few birds Healthy. Builds Strength and Vigor.
IRVIN S. COBB.e that, he and his ,gang will never get changes in the specifications unless these birds are exceedinly Always Effective Why '
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village police chief was se-
i Of an hour of peace,
verely lecturing the new recruit.
SUNDAY l I'd sketch
a country evening
essont "You've been on the force one
As labors cease.I .
and haven't
year brought p a
By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST.Dean case. I'm going to give you just would paint a little roadway
of the Moody Bible Institute one more chance. Someone has Running through the gloam,
of Chicago. And a cottage in the twilightAs
Western Newspaper Union. been stealing Squire Smith's
chickens. Go up there tonight and the cows come home.

::1rnrci L catch the thief." Could my hand ,write' the music -
Lesson for May 2 About midnight the waiting constable -

8OLE < saw a man slinking along Of a symphony,
ABRAHAM A MAN OF FAITH ; i1 V.t :ij Lk I 7 &lL with a sack over his shoulder. He I'd weave sounds of twilight

pounced on him, opened the sack, From the grass and tree
LESSON TEXT-Genesis 12:1.9: ; 131418.
GOLDEN TEXT-By faith Abraham, and found a quantity of priceless In a song of peace, as evening

when he was called to go out into a place silver. Darkens heaven's dome,
which he should after receive for an inheritance "H'm," he murmured, survey- With the distant bells a-tinkle,
obeyed. Hebrews 11:8. ing the spoils, "my mistake. But As the cows come home.C. .

JUNIOR PRIMARY TOPIC-A TOPIC-A Hebrew Friend Pioneer.of God. L you can chickens.thank your" lucky stars itwasn't I E. Flynn.

Adventurous Faith.
Creative Faith.
Items of Interest
One of the greatest characters in I
all human history comes before us Browsing Among Books an Outdoor _Sport in Boston. the Housewife

in the of Abraham.He the HOUSE : J j .t :
today person Prepared by National Geographic Society. built up the greatest fruit industry :
is venerated by Christian Jew, Washington D. C.-WNU Service. the world knows. .. .. _. .. -
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... and ,Mohammedan alike. His per Boston from the high Today Boston prints more books
'::0 sonal history is replete with inter STUDY of the customhouse. It than when she was pre'-eminently a Washing Table Silver-Much-. in saucepan, add flour and grad-
est and instruction. But his claimto down on that cobweb "literary center." Manuscripts pourin the work of polishing table silver. ually hot jelly liquid. Cook until

an outstanding place in historyis maze of narrow crooked to her editors. Novels, carloadsof can be saved if the silver is smooth and serve hot over almost

broader than any of these things, streets which marks the "city lim, dictionaries, and schoolbooks in placed in hot soapsuds immediately any pudding.

for he was the one by whom God its" of bygone days, when cows Spanish and English, Sanskrit and after being used and dried *

called out a nation for himself and grazed on the Common and clipper Eskimo, are shipped from here, of- with a soft clean cloth. Left-Over Liver-Liver that is
began his dealings in sovereign ships traded with China ,and Bom- ten to markets as remote as Bag- left over can be converted into an
grace which continue to our day. bay., Melting Chocolate-Chocolate is excellent sandwich filling if it is

In choosing Abraham God began In the shadow of modern struc- dad.Great Place for Book Printing. easy to burn, ,and for that reason: rubbed through a sieve, well sea-

the history of the Jewish people, tures squat many old-style shops Her Golden Age, of letters, when should never be melted directlyover soned, and moistened with a lit-
his chosen nation. They were called and "countinghouses," already Emerson, Hawthorne, Longfellow, a fire. Melt it in the oven tle lemon juice and melted butter.
by him to be not only a national weather-beaten when John Hancockwas Whittier, Holmes and Lowell usedto or over a pan of hot water. *

witness to the one true God, but governor. To Boston these are frequent the Old Corner Book Butterscotch-Two cups brown

also to be the repository for. his more than obsolete architecture; Store, passed with the rise of New Stuffed Orange Salad Allowone sugar, four tablespoons molasses,

truth (the Holy Scriptures) in the they, are symbols of her busy, audacious York as a market for manuscripts.But orange for each person to be four tablespoons water, two table-;
earth, and, above all, to be the youth when she built and curious visitors still seek out served. Cut through the' skin spoons butter, three tablespoons
channel for the coming of the Re- sailed our first merchant fleet. Emerson's old home at Concord; three-quarters the way'down in vinegar. Mix ingredients in sauce

deemer to the earth. Modern Boston sprawls over more they prowl through the country inch strips, being careful not to pan. Stir until it boils and cook
Our lesson, however, centers on than 1,000 miles and counts house of Louisa M. Alcottadmission break the strips apart. Remove until brittle when tested in cold
the faith of Abraham. As the Golden some 2.300,000 square people in her metro- 25 cents-and drop a tear for orange pulp and cut in neat dice. water. Pour in greased pan. Cut
Text (Heb1.: 11:8)) indicates, it was politan district. Much of that is in "Little Women." For another 2 5 Combine with pineapple and hit squares before cool.

by faith that Abraham respondedto the pattern of other American cities. cents they see the "House of Seven grapefruit dice and fill orange WNU Service.
the call of God. That call came Gables" shell'with' '
at Salem.In mixture. Drop a
But the old Boston, so like parts of spoon-
to him in his father's house in Meso- ancient London is unique in the American letters Dana's "Two ful of heavy mayonnaise on top
potamia (Acts 7:2, 3). His partial Years Before' the Mast," Melville's of each salad- and garnish ;,with a
United States.
obedience brought delay at Haran DONT TAKE' '" ?.
"Moby Dick" or "Typee, and the :maraschino cherry. Another good .
(Gen. 11:31), and wasted years, but Come down from the tower now brilliant historical work of Prescott, mixture for stuffing the orange CHANCES;
in Genesis 12 we find his complete and see how certain of these streetsare Parkman, Fiske, and Bancroft'mustlong shells is a combination of orange

obedience and resultant blessing.The devoted to a particular enter- endure, as will other names, sections, dates stuffed with cream INSIST ONGENUME <
study of faith is always fas- prise. This one smells of hides and ,
from Edward Everett Hale, author cheese and nut meats. Mask with :
cinating. Faith is the thing in man leather; along that one you see only 01 "The Man Without a Country," mayonnaise.

that pleases God. He is quick to the gilded signs of shoe manufactu- and Julia Ward Howe, who wrote t ". '
honor our trust in Him. Unbelief turers. One section smells of fish, "The Battle Hymn of the Republic," To Remove ThreadsWhen O'CEDR .

shuts the door not only to blessing. another of wool, and here is a wharf to Thoreau and John Boyle O'Reilly. basting sewing material, try plac-
but also to usefulness. fragrant with bananas. From Boston still
? come important ing the knots of the thread on
I. Faith Calls.for Separation, Obe- Turri up the hill toward the vener- magazines for both adults and the right side They will be easier I Don't you accept substitutes! '

dience, and Worship.: able Transcript, with its columns of youths. But it is the stupendous to pull out when the garment is O-Cedar Polish protects
1. Separation (Gen. 12:1). "Get genealogy, and you smell newsprint, output of ,textbook which as- finished. and preserves your furni-
thee out" was God's command to fresh ink roasting coffee, and sec- tonishes. '* ture. Insist on genuine )

Abraham. It is his command to his ond-hand books stacked in the open You can imagine thevolume, when Jelly Sauce-One glass jelly O-Cedar, favorite r

followers today. "Come out from air-any book from Gray's" "Elegy"to you stop to think that between 25 (crab-apple, red currant, grape, the world

among them and be ye separate, "Anthony Adverse. and 30 million American children etc), quarter cup hot water, one over for ti 0 C
saith the Lord"- (II Cor. 6:17). Thisis Even the odd wording of sign- alone are enrolled- schools;' that tablespoon butter, one tablespoonflour. 30 years.

the crying need ,of the church in boards harks back to earlier days. they must have some 70,000,000 Add hot water to jelly and
our day. Instead of the church's "Victualers License," "Spa," "Pro books when schools open each Sep let 'melt on stove. Heat butter
being in the world seeking to winit tection Department," not fire depart- tember, and that Boston is one of'

for Christ, the world has come ment and street-car signs in quaint the chief textbookproducing'cen-

into the church and.destroyed muchof stilted English.Old ters in the world.
its vital testimony. trades cling..to old places. The World Center for Textbooks. Your Job )

2. Obedience (Gen. 12:4,5): ). "So Old Oyster House, live lobsters wrig- "There are many schoolbooks," Wanting the Moon "

Abram departed, as the Lord had gling in its window tanks, stands said an official of a publishing com- YOUR job' is life's gift. An He who is too powerful, is still ;
spoken." Faith obeys God, without just as it was a hundred years ago. pany, "whose sales make that of for", you to show aiming at that degree of power
question, without hesitation, and Aged Carver of Pipes. a popular novel look diminutive. what is in you. An opportu- which is unattainable.-Seneca. ;

without reservation. We:need a revival Before a window at 30 Court street ,They are handled not in dozens of nity to do a piece of work bet- t
of obedience in the home, in boxes but in carloads of
crowds watch a wrinkled artist 40,000 ter than it was ever done be-
society, and in our relation to God. carve pipes. At eighty-seven, wear- pounds each. fore. It does not matter in the MROLINE
3. Worship (Gen. '12:7 .
13-18) ing no glasses, he works as skill- "While some of our novels, 'Uncle least what kind of work you
"There builded he an altar unto Tom's Cabin' and 'Rebecca of Sun I SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
do. Whether use a hammer .
fully as when he began, seventy you "
JARS 5 the Lord. Faith in God is far LARGE
Farm for have
years ago. Monk, Viking, and In- example, r spade, or a pen, it is up
more than the psychologist'spreachment sold more than half a million each, to to use that hammer,
dian heads, skulls lions, dogs-he you pen
of self-confidence. It
little school suchas
our pamphlets
or spade in a more masterlyway
makes them all.
results in fellowship with God, re- 'Evangeline' and 'The Courtshipof _% Death Ray Lamp .
than at first
liance him not one's Give him your picture and he seems .pos- T r-+- Amazing lamp gives .
upon on own Miles Standish' have sold at the I(
sible. ..
strength of personality. Faith will cut its likeness on a meer- ) yjjuiiiiiir': out particular light :'
wor- rate of a million a =
schaum bowl. For Kentucky horse- year. The humblest task' is not unworthy -j-' alluring to mosquitos. -
ships God. a and insects ,'
"The task of getting sufficient, : gnats '
1 he carved the image of that of a worthy man.- which fly to it ;
man -
II. Faith Results in'Blessing, Pro he ,schoolbooks ready to meet the sud- Geoffrey Rhodes. ... and are electrocuted. ,
rider's favorite mount even
tection, and Liberty. ; den demand every September, when Tests have proven this attractive lamp for '" '
1. Blessing (12:2,3). "I will bless," carved the "Battle of Bunker Hill"with orders come in at the last minute by your porch and reading will kill all insects.
50 brier ,figures on one big wire that and vanity go together. CurulMd lift iDrtiT, postpaid with Bob $1.25. ':.,
said God.
"The Lord's commands means publishers usually
pipe! Death Ray Lamp Co.,OepL 55,Rowayton,Conn. :
are rarely accompanied with rea- begin printing these books as longas j
Five workmen in pipe stores here- "
sons, but they are always accompanied ten months ahead. ,
with abouts have a total service of more "Books made in Boston sent
promises, either expressed are
or understood." than 200 years. "A man is on trial everywhere that English is used in

In the case of Abraham the prom- until he has been here 25 years" is schools," said another publisher. ,

ise was not only to him, and to the a favorite joke in one shop. More than that; in translation, theygo PLEASEACCEPT .j
nation of which he was the father, Quietly another old sculptor to scores of foreign lands. Re-
but to "all families of the earth." works, making "ancient" idols, relics cently orders came from Bagdadfor
of the Stone Age, even a "petri-
That promise was fulfilled in the thousands of our Craig's 'Path- :
of Christ to fied man" for a circus in Australia! in Science.' Arabic transla-
coming earth to be our ways
Redeemer (Matt. 1:1). Turn back and walk through the tions of Breasted's 'Ancient Times' ;
2. ''Protection (12:3). "I will cathedral-like First National bank and a number of our other booksare
curse him that curseth thee." That and look at its compelling murals, used in the schools of Iraq. Not

1 promise to the seed of Abrahamis I with their dramatic themes of long ago we granted the govern- '

still true. The nations have merchant adventures by land and ment of Iraq permission to translate 4zr:;;
I forgotten it in their hatred of the sea; or study the fascinating exhibitof Caldwell and Curtis' 'Introduction to
Jew, but God has not forgotten. The historic ships' models in the Science' into Arabic.

- promise is equally true. in the case State Street Trust company. "You know that the British Isles
of those who follow Christ, "the Then talk with men whose fam- are a citadel of the classics. We GAME CARVING SET

son of Abraham." His protecting ilies for generations have helped feel gratified, therefore, that our

hand is over us even in the dark shape Boston's destiny, and you be- series, 'Latin for Today' is now in for only 25c with purchase
hour when it looks as though the gin to sense what significant events, wide use in Scotland and England. your
hosts of Satan had conquered. affecting all America, are packedin These volumes are the authorized of one can of B. T. Babbitt's
her 300 of history. books in New Zealand and at least
3. Liberty (13:14-17). "All the years Nationally Known Brands of'Lye
,J land. will I give." After many Boston cash and engineering skill one of the states of Australia, be-
and varied experiences in which Abraham built several of the great railway sides being much ''used in South Af-

.I. .... proves God's grace and power systems of America, Chicago stock- rica. This is the Carving Set you need address and 25c to B. T. Babbitt
he comes out into a place of yards, to a large degree were built "Latin America is today using for steaks and game.'Deerhorn design Inc., Dept. W.K., 386 4th Ave., '
"'" unlimited liberty. by men from Boston. She foundedthe carloads of Boston textbooks. Theyare handle fits the hand perfectly. New York City. Your Carving Set
The man who boasts of his "per great copper-mining industry Spanish readers, geographies, Knife blade and fork tines made of will reach you promptly postage
I West arithmetics hygiene books al- fine stainless steel. Now offered for paid. Send today while the supply
sonal liberty, who feels that he, isI our ; she was the early home induce the
25c to to
free from'the "bondage of religion," i' of many corporations famous now gebras, geometries, and others. only brands of lye shown you at right.try OFFER GOOD WITH ANY LABEL ,
is in fact a slave to the enemy of in the annals of finance, foreign "In Ottawa I saw a wall map Use them for sterilizing milking SHOWN BELOW
his soul. And the man who becomes trade construction and manufac- with tiny flags that marked the machines and dairy equipment. ,.-:119
'the bondslave of Jesus Christ," he turin sites of Indian schools; many were Contents of one can dissolved in 17
alone is free. None is 'more fettered It was Boston brains and money up wijjiin the Arctic Circle. All these !gallons of water makes an effective, GIARi
than he who shouts "I am that started the greati/'telegraph and schools use our books. This summerwe inexpensive sterilizing solution. LYY liJ
the captain of my fate: I am the telephone systems that now girdle had to hurry one new book Buy today a can of any of the lye
master of my soul" And none is the globe Mira tlously almost,. through for publication early ir. Au- brands shown at right. Then send
so free as he who can say, "Christis she turned the jungles of Central gust so we might get it to these the can band, with your name and Rd D*vll GIant Red ial Star
America and the Caribbean isles schools before ice closed naviga-
the Captain of my fate, the -
Master of my soul" into vast banana plantations, and tion to the Far North." ;))fo'.UJfvtWfS: A YERtJSEMENf ,AS' '


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The' Clewiston News ernment to sell their output in this Mr. Pegler probably secured mostof enforcement officers,--want to circulate ton sang "Serenade in the Night"

country to the ruin of Florida farm- his knowledge of cattle men and their earnings through that and Miss St. Martin rang "When the ,..

ers! rustlers from the exciting novels of source; or through the source of Poppies Bloom Again". Both selec- 4

Published every Friday in Clewiston, Instead of believing that the Unit- Zane Grey, Bower and other writ- bridge, poker, ponies or poodles; tions were accompanied by Mrs.
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS duction of its sugar, winter vegetaed ers of old west fiction. The sight ofa just that long will we have means Charles Miner at the piano. Mrs.
Inc. States should hand over the pro-: range rider on the street attiredin for that form of entertaining circu- Akinson's dancing class gave two

bles, pineapples and citrus fruits I "ten-gallon hat" and the other lation of the people's money. numbers. .

to Cuba, Porto Rico and the Philippine accoutrements of the cattleman i Granting that as inevitable, the After the banquet the Juniors and .<
Keathley Bowden Editor Islands, Mr. Bitting has the probably called tS mind these lurid following suggestions are therefore Seniors and Mr. and Mrs. Herring

amazing idea that Florida, and the' stories and caused him to seek refuge made- attended the dance in Pahokee.
rest of the small area of the United I behind the nearest policeman.
Entered as second class 'mail mat- Let there be laws wherein the
States that can produce such things, He will find, If he cares to investi-, Miss Gladys Allen from Jacksonville : -
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post I' State can purchase, by condemnation -
Office in Clewlston Florida, under should be encouraged by'the federal, gate, that the cattle man is a typical or confiscation, all coin vend is visiting her cousin Miss
government to do it! i specimen of American manhood and .Mildred Ward, this week.:
the Act of March 3, 1897. ing machines now on the state license -
much less likely to ever entertain I'
Florida's sugar industry will mean registry (those not registered Ethel Willis spent Sunday in. Li-
thoughts of homicide than the aliens
an annual capital expenditure of approximately -, are already subject to confisca- Belle.
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. $10,000,000; an annual and racketeers that frequent the larger tion). Let the State be, empoweredto Bernice O'Neal and Martha Nell

Advertising rates on application. increase of payrolls of approximately -; cities. purchase in open market: new Alston attended the show in Belle}

$2,250,000; an annual pay roll of: We would 'suggest to Mr. Pegler I coin-vending( machines; and to dis- Glade Sunday. .
approximately $25,000,000 at the, and to others who might be worried tribute same where and however the '
the advancement and They that educationwill
Devoted to say proper
end of ten years-that is, all that i about the conditions here that they demands of trade may dictate. Let
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry put an end to crime, but what
will come to pass, Mr. Bitting points i thoroughly check up on crime records there be laws, making the ownershipand school is
County. offering a course in decency -
out, when the protection now given I and when they do we feel that operation of, and the collections ?
to alien production is eliminated. I they will be glad to move to this from all coin vending machines, a
county as one of the safer parts of There is one sure way to win: EC
State institution exclusively. And
When, to be specific, the New Deal a
Exclusive I the country in which to live.- willing to suffer, sacrifice'; and en-
gets through requiring sugar plant- strong criminal code to back up
dure more than the other fellow.
Glades County Democrat.
those acts. Let all of "The State Refunding
ings in Florida to be held at a minimum -
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quota in the limited production RURAL COMMON SENSE 10 % :, to the State 50 %, and space I dends", said the little stockholder, '.1
Features rental 10 "than to see our workers under- '
of sugar permitted to the By Spuds Johnson % I paid." :
United States; and when the sugar In such laws rest inconceivable I

industry is encouraged to expand as .:..:":":":":":":":":":":+:":..:":":":":""' :":":":";0 millions of dollars in potential rev-j I The difference in praise and flattery -
THE SUGAR INDUSTRY it! properly should-then Florida can enue to the State. Every nickle played -1 is as follows: Praise is some

OX DISPLAYThe be the sugar bowl of the nation.Mr. GOOD LOOKS THE KEY into the machines: by the people, : thing you have earned; flattery is a

Bitting points out that when OF DOOR TO QUALITYIN is for the people, and returns in full : method of earning something.

United States Sugar Corporation the pineapple industry in Florida be- MANY FARM CROP value to the people In such I

has on display at the Better gan to make money, it was presented laws of practical entertainment, there Common salt has been recognized

Homes Exposition in: Miami a booth to Cuba; the winter vegetable market I Putting one's best foot foremost, can be no gamble. as an essential mineral for man and
that is "stealing the show" as far to make a good Impression, is a practice I
i was then developed, restrictions I Respectfully submitted, j animals for at least 1,900 .
as commercial and educational displays ; as old as the hills. In pioneer years.fljye'v
followed, and it "was presented on a John H. Doty I
are concerned. A modernistic silver platter to Cuba". History, he days, for instance, no matter how Box 161,

booth of ample proportions, located says,. is being repeated in the sugar primitive his surroundings, a young Clewiston, Fla. I
just inside the main entrance, the fellow would always "dress up" be-I ok '
industry.Mr. .., .....
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Bitting should be careful. Am- r rI'
blackened and clothes would be I
three thousand visitors each day.
ericans must not talk like that. -
in brushed. In case a trip of any dis- School I
The booth itself is striking appearance Kissimmee Gazette. ws
with a dark blue wall base tance was to be taken, the horse to

topped with a lighter blue, and with FAIR ENOUGH??? be ridden or driven first was curried
and rubbed until it fairly' shone. :
gold leaf lettering. At the rear is a Editor .........._...._.___....Ethel WillisAss't
With an absolute disregard for Farmers have learned that the
of the house and
photograph sugar Editor I'icrnicc O'Neal
adjacent property, ,enlarged to a four facts and with an attempt to be people who buy their produce prefer Sports Editor ..__...._LcRoy Hare 1. I
caustically humorous, the rather famous to have it reach them in attrac- h .'
To the left is the diorama
foot length. Advisor ........ Miss Victoria Curtis
l I 1
depicting various details of Westbrook Pegler took his penn tive form. Good looking contents in i I I' .,

the plantation and transportation hand recently and dashed off a trim, neat packages ordinarily are ,//tJ a

methods. story about the tough cattle lands of more in demand and bring better First Grade News-
Glades which in prices than stuff that is unattractiveand :
county appeared
The sound movie, Sugar In the Everglades Reading honor roll: Maty Ruth
is shown: hourly to an interested Tampa paper Sunday under a Sarasota poorly packed. Johnson, Carline Berner, Kim Kol-
crowd, and the Egyptianvase dateline.To Once it was believed by many that (1 II
stad, Mary Kathryn Dyess Clifford
one who is familiar with all of only the whims of buyers were conformed -
in which is piled ,
!:: raw sugar Beatty, Junior Raines. if;
must be constantly replenished due the details this column, entitled, with when fruits, vegetablesand honor roll Ruth : i
Numbers : Mary
to the desire of hundreds of the visitors "Fair Enough", is really funny but other farm crops were put up ina
for "just a taste". with the thought in mind that there pleasing manner. So far as the real Johnson, Mary Kathryn Dyess. e. <
honor roll Lillian Golden ?
Visitors at the booth, not only may be people, even in Florida, who worth of the product was concerned, Spelling : oJAi.fMi
Ruth Johnson Em- """
taste the sugar on display, but manifest might take; it seriously we feel called most farmers felt that the looks Mary Betty / "tJ i ..
interest in the industry by num- upon to make a'few explanations.Nor counted but little. Hence there grew rich, Kim, Kolstad, Mary Kathryn 1(11 $ ,.
Dude Smith R. C. Ballard.
Dyess, ,
erous questions concerning it. Manyare do we believe that we will be up the custom of placing the smooth
Second Grade Neue /
surprised to learn that the Ever- the only ones to take exception to fine specimens on top and filling in s Do you know that you may .
Spelling honor roll: Jo Ann be able to for a home, all
glades has such a large and important the story for almost In the beginninghe .vith indifferent material. pay
industry. mentions the city of' Arcadia, one That plan didn't work so ,well. Crouch, Faith Lou Mitchell, Patricia your own,for the same money

of the oldest and best known townsof Sales were made, it often happened, Bailey, Bobby Maynard, Harriett you pay for rent?Your neigh-
Alston Louise Prewitt William Mc- bors are doing it. So can you.
LAKE: LEVELSIt the state, and refers to it as a to customers who never came back Now as never before, can
"Florida cattle town called Arcadia for more. Gradually it' became clearto Cracken, Nancy Wright, Janice Nor- secure funds here on a long-

is going to be necessary for us back near Lake Okeechobee." Even the thoughtful among the' sellers ton, Charles Benbow, Grace Ward, term, easy repayable basis at

to follow through on the questionof his geographical knowledge is dis- that the appearance in reality was Sammy Young, Guthrie McLeod, terms that keep costs low.

water levels in Lake Okeechobeeand torted. accepted as an indication, of quality. Ruth Emrich, June Espenlaub, Mary There's worry,no red tape.

St. Lucie canal. Here at Stuartour The excuse for the column apparently They began to study the situation, Ellen Smith.JuniorSauer. INVESTIGATENOW

chief interest is that the canal is the recent trial of Mrs. Mae keeping that condition uppermost !n anquetThe !

stay closed from November to May Hall, wife of Obe Hall, convicted their minds. Things were learned Junior-Senior Banquet held :
at least, because if it is permittedto murderer in this county, for 'perjury that now have an important bearingon Friday night at the Clewiston Inn ;i :". ;:, : ... i r ; ;:J:fI .

flow wide open in this period, our the trial the was a great success.Toastmaster ; :
during of three men charged problem of making farms and t: .
fishing is so badly spoiled that we with a triple slaying in the county groves pay.Citrus Jimmy Hall intro- ; Clewiston

lose heavily on our 'winter business. in 1933. Mrs. Hall was sentencedto fruits are an example of the duced the speakers and the entertainers I :'. ,.'

Community leaders took this matterup serve a ",life term because her perjured values found to exist in looks. Bright of the evening. Jack Wynn, 'I Home BuiidinAssociation
with Congressman Mark Wilcox evidence might have sent three oranges and grapefruit no longer president of the Junior Class, gave j

some months ago, as well as with men to their death in the electric are sought simply to please purchasers a toast to the Seniors and Ed Clark, !

war department engineers, and we chair and Mr. Pegler describes thisas in respect to appearance. Growers president of the Senior class, gave I

have received wholehearted cooper- "one of the most hilarious proceedings have ascertained, through ex- the response. Ethel Willis then gavea

,ation from both of these. But a fac- ever enacted by the knockout perience confirmed by research, that toast to the faculty and Mr. Her- I .. ., .. .. r '" u, I .,..
tor Is at work in this situation which comics of the American court when the crop is kept free' from rust ring gave the response. Mr. Roy Als

approaches the problem from a different system." He seems rather confident mites the grove output holds juice --

point of view and it behoovesus that Mrs. Hall will not serve a life longer and gives customers more for

to watch developments.The term and probably will never be imprisoned their money. They have learned, too, vvvvvvvvv vvvvV H V 11
farmers who raise crops on and on that score his guessIs hat russetted fruit comes smaller, '

the three islands in the south end of as good as ours or anybodys.Mr. is latep in maturity and goes to .':. ..:'..
Lake Okeechobee, particularly Torry Pegler speaks of Mrs. Hall as pieces more quickly. ?..1 I

and Kraemer islands, have hired a the proprietor of a "jouck" in Glades With smaller fruit it takes more A

lawyer to collect damages for the county (we have often wondered to fill the box, and a greater per- ..1 i I

of Lake Okeechobee got too high last how to spell that word and are glad centage is discarded as culls. Consequently CLEWISTON oLCOURSE i ix

losses they sustained when the level that Mr. Pegler, possibly because of growers now seek rust

:year. They have sent this attorney to greater familiarity with those placesof mite control because it earns them ?

Washington to confer with Congressman business, is able to enlighten us.) several times the cost in higher prices .!. ::;

Wilcox about drafting a bill to Irp. Hall, at the time of her arrest assumed by 'the inherent merit of ?I / .

reimburse these growers' from the was not a resident of Glades county product. During dry weather, particularly :: '0. *

United States treasury. nor do we remember any evidence in spring, they are watching

The glowers contend that the gov- having been introduced to show that their young fruit and either dusting (: !

., ernment levee caused water to back i she was ever a resident of Glades or spraying with some form of sulfur < ')

up over their farms and they are demanding ; county., It is! true ,that the murders as soon as the rust mite infestation .:. ;- ,'.; ., :'-' ...' : \ ...
compensation in the 'for -- -' .,.;:'
I aggregate which the three men were being varrants. 1'i; ; i
f:' amount of about $500,000. tried when she gave: her perjured Reports of the 1936 better fruit :: ::

: Representative Wilcox has prom- evidence and the one for which hEr program show that it really produce :: :;:
?.. ised to introduce a bill appropriating husband was convlcted.took: place in results. .:::1' I' .:.
:; funds to pay. them. the county but in a remote section 1
'" ------
;:; I hope the growers get reimbursed far from the center of population and

::''. Lake, but Okeechobee I also think can that be the controlled level of the principals were, in for the the murder most part proceedings -, OPEN-FORUMThe -- \ li IOpeII to the Public 18 !I IiL

in such a way as to damage neither residents of another county. following letter was sent by
" the farmers of the Lake region and There are murders' IL-
committed :
every John H. Doty Clewiston resident, to H
t; the Izaac Waltons of Stuart and vicinity day in every part of the country Governor Cone with a new suggestion I .:.
;;3 -Stuart Daily News. in urban as well as
, in rural districts for a solution to the everpresent Xy
I .' and we believe that should Mr. slot-machine question: ;
. MUSTN'T TELL THE TRUTH, 'egler take the time to Investigatehe Clewiston Florida, ... .:.
MR. BITTING would find the record of homicides April 28th, 1937. t, Y I

t in Glades county far below the Hon. Fred P. Cone, Governor.
Clarence R. Bitting, president of average. He describes the cowboys as State of Florida : :::

, the United States Sugar Corporation, descendents of tough Georgia and Tallahassee, Florida. :: I. Moderate Green Fees ::
; will be ,
: declared a public enemy if Alabama crackers wearing the typical Dear Governor Cone; I

:. he see doesn't American watch industry out. He wants to regalia' of the old west and that Coin-vending machines can not be _:: I Exceptional Fairways I :=::
protected of
carry guns and have abolished from the State by legislative -
I; against foreign competition! He even great sport hunting cattle rustlers.He enactment. Such an act only ;_: interesting Greens :!:

;: thinks that Florida should have a even goes so far as to insult the serves to change the channels '

,: chance to sell its products in American cows but they won't resent it a great through which flow the "percent- 'i' I .:.
markets! He actually does not deal more than do the "
residents of ages" of the "take"!: g
believe that Cuban growers shouldbe Glades I -
helped by the United! States gov Raised county.in the So long as a large measure of the ..:.::..:..:. :..:;::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:...:..:..:.,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.;:..:..:..:..:..:..:..,.:..:..:-:..:-:..:..:.
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, ;;':":":":..:..:":":":":..:":":":":":":":":":":":":"1 :? Dr. Francis Fox of West Palm I Gehee, Ed Ward, Connie and Ed I tea were Miss Jayne Harrington and r[Nail, Miss Dorothy Lockhart, Mrs. :;J

't'i t .t. Beach spent Sunday and Monday in Clark, Parker Wilson, Ted Cowart, Mrs. H. C. Kolstad. I Viola Stone, Miss Mae Lily Stone, ,.' .;
.. 4; :!: Personal Mention s*: Clewiston. Dr. Fox conducted services E.. E. Kelley- Harry Turner, Bill I{I Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. B. A.. .-ti
in the Community Church Sunday Palmer, Emmett Shelley Jimmy DAVISGUTIIRIEMiss Bourne and Mrs. M. E. Morrison. :'s
cMiMW N i N tMt"i"r..******:**:**:*.***:*****:**:****.:**J4*'*****. evening. Hall, H. R. Hall, Virgil Lawrence, --- .. ,

Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Alston were Charles Roberts and Otto Larsen. Thelma Guthrie, of Clewis- MARCH CONSUMPTION OF. .::1

visitors in Miami Wednesday. Miss Frances Morgan spent the ton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Levy GASOLINE-KEROSENE GIVEN .";

--- -- week-end with friends in West Palm SOPHOMORE CLASS GIVEN Guthrie, and Gilbert Davis of Belle :
Glade Hendry county consumers used j
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg were Beach. Her mother, Mrs. A. L. Mor- PARTY DIY'| SPONSOR noon in were LaBelle.Mr married. Saturday' after- 107,125 gallons of gasoline and 11- .
visitors in Fort Myers Saturday.: gan, returned with her after a week's 883 gallons of kerosene during >
visit there. and Mrs. Harvey Guthrie '
Professor B.- E. Herring, sponsorof March, according to the monthly re- ;
E. E. Kelly made a business trip ---- were the attendants.Mr. .
the Sophomore Class of the Clew- port just released by the inspection .:i
to Atlanta over the week-end. Mrs. L. M. Oliphant left Sundayfor iston High School, entertained mem- and Mrs. Davis will make bureau of the Department of Agri- .
-- her home in Marietta, Georgia, their home in Belle Glade.
held culture in Tallahassee.
bers of the class with a party
'Miss Laura Mattison spent the after a visit with her son-in-law and
at the honie of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. State totals for March are 31- ;
week-end visiting friends in" Miami. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson. :.MR.: AND MRS. SIMPSON: ARE
Prewitt Thursday evening. 098,748 gallons of gasoline and 3-
--- Mr. and Mrs. Wilson drove her to HOSTS AT SUPPER-P'RIDGEMr.
Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Roberts spent Haines City to board the train. Sandwiches and punch were serv- 763,679 gallons of kerosene.

Sunday and Monday on a fishing ed to Misses Roberta Spicer, WillieV. and Mrs. Willard F. Simpson
Hooker Bernice Guthrie, Chris- HOME EC DINNER IN LaBELLE
trip near Jupiter. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward have returned entertained Tuesday evening with a
tine Bell and Bill Owen, Leroy Hare, FOR SCHOOL OFFICIALSThe
from Jacksonville where they delightful buffet supper ,and bridge
Miss Marcia Avant and Wilbur were called last week by the illness Frances Wright, Owen Winn and I at their home on the government Home Economics class of the
Goff visited Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Jjanior Waldron. Assisting were Mrs.B. .
and subsequent death of Mr. 'Vard'smother reservation. LaBelle High School entertainedwith
Land in Okeechobee Sunday. F. E. Herring and Mr. and Mrs. M.
Mrs. L. Ward Funeral i Guests included Mr. and Mrs I. M. a buffet supper in the, class
services were held Friday. M. Prewitt. Pafford, Mrs. Keathley Bowden andC. room Wednesday evening at 6:30.
Mis. Keathley Bowden and sons, Trustees of the LaBelle
V. Parkinson and Mr. and Mrs.J. .
Kay and Paul, spent Sunday in Okee- E. J. Rogero underwent an oper- MRS. FOURMEY HOSTESS AT M. Couse and Miss Bertha Gram and the members of the county boardof
chobee.Mr. ation for removal of appendix in St. of Moore Haven. public instruction were in attend
Francis Hospital in" Miami Mondayand ance. '
J. V. Fourmey entertained Bridge prizes for high score were
and Mrs. R. J. Lee and Mr. is reported to be nice-
recovering i delightfully with a bridge party at won by Mr. Couse and Miss Gram:
Ih and Mrs. Harold Spikes were visitors ly. Mrs. Rogero accompanied her I
inVest Palm Beach Saturday. the Clewiston Inn on Wednesday af- FOR
husband to Miami Saturday and is Apartment.
remaining there with him. II ternoon. Available April 15th. F.' L. Williamson -
Zerney Meredith spent Sunday and Mrs. C. L. Downs was holder of TEA HONORING HER :MOTHERMrs. : tf

Monday in Jacksonville with rela- M. J. Hirsch left Tuesday for Lake high score and received a hors ---
tives. City to join his wife for a visit with d'oeuvre cocktail tray, Mrs. M. M. F. R. Maxwell, of Miami, who

-- their daughter, Mrs. H. R. Wilson, Prewitt was second high and was is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Glen

Mrs. L. A. 'Turner and son, jr.| He was accompanied by his presented with a pottery flower pot Etherton was honored with a tea L. B., Mershont

Charles: were business visitors in daughter, Mrs. J. G. Niblack, and in wrought iron holder. Mrs. J.V.. given by Mrs. Etherton on Monday
West Palm Beach Monday. Miss Louise Moore who returned after Francis, who held third high score, afternoon.: Assisting in entertainingthe AGENT '[_, .
a short visit. 'received a box of note paper and ad- guests were Mrs. A. W. Lawrenceand New York Life 1
Miss Mary Markette, Miss Victoria -- dress book, and Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mrs. A. W.; Sias.,
Curtis, Ted Cowart and Bob Straub Among those attending the "Bridal who made the lucky cut received a Sandwiches, cookies and punch Insurance CompanyARCADIA

spent Sunday in Miami.R. Ball' at the Everglades Fair) package of PadPax.A were served at the tea table. The FLORIDA

grounds Friday evening were Mr. delicious salad course with guests included Mrs. F. M. Wright,
S. Jones and Sherwood Jonesof and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, Mr. and sandwiches and coffee was served. Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. Wy W. Perry,I

Jacksonville visited friends here Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mr. and Mrs.C. Playing were Mrs. F. Deane Duff, 1'Irs.Vi fred Lockhart, Mrs. W. H. NORGE REFRIGERATORS

Frida)'. R. Cruze, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Her- Mrs. Fred Hill, Mrs. Claud Downs, Lanier, Mrs.. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. A. Furniture and Home Furnishings

ring, Misses Ann Mathis, Margery Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. M. M. Prew-. R. Broadfoot, Mrs. Joe Cato, Mrs. PHILCO RADIOS
Mrs.,W. L. Brantly and Miss Pearl
Hood, Ethel and Gladys Willis, Dor- itt, Mrs. G., E. Smith, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson K. C. Woodward; Mrs. R. J. Lee, Mrs.
in Brantly Fort Myers.spent Wednesday shopping othy Bethea, Hazel Prince, Mildred / Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. J.I Dave Alston, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. Household FurnishingsInc.

Yard, Bernice O'Neal and Dorothy W. Francis, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mrs. C. E. Nail' Mrs.
Hare, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. C. E. F. M. Wright and Mrs. H. J. B.1 Robert Waldron, Mrs. B. J. Schroeder .
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and Mrs. J. W.
Curry were visitors in West Palm Nail, Jack Winn; Pat and Wilbur Me-j J Saharnberg. Joining the players for I Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. Walker BELLE GLADE FLORIDA

Beach yesterday.Mrs. .

H. C. Jones is'spending a few I .
days in West Palm Beach receiving f&1m1t .. .' G
treatment for a throat infection.

Mrr.. r.' L. Tatum has returned to

her home in Lake Worth after a visit ,-.{.
with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. King.J. ,

I, ,
: i:
E. Beardsley was a business visitor ;
in West Palm Beach, and Miami. )
the first of the week. :,!, : ;
:. ;
Miss\ Gladys Allen of Jacksonvilleis :: ma'

visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward :. ," .

and family this week. :i: :' I'

-- :? PER

Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Carlton have : { ::, .

I returned frcm a visit with friends in ._' 1xxPk"...; .. ,.

Fort Myers.C. :1 i

L. Downs left Sunday for a business

trip to Hendersonville, North

.. Carolina. AND 11'1' PUTS YOU EN THB 1'-8 CLASS
Dr. and Mrs. O. F. Schiffli -"lelt

i Tuesday evening by train for
where they boarded a boat Tampa'i
week's vacation in Cuba. Big, roomy and smart, with OWNERS say there has never besn V-8. Same powerful brakes with "soft,"

-- before like Ford's Thrifty easy pedal. Same noise-proofed,all-steel 1,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Spikes and the very last word in safety ,
W. E. Page left Tuesday for Jack- "60." They report 22 to 27 miles per structure. Same Center-Poise riding

son, Mississippi,for a two weeks visit and modern features. It's gallon of gasoline. An "economy car"that comfort; big bodies; outside luggage
with relatives and friends.
a car you'll own with asks no apologies jor beauty, bignessor compartments on sedans. It's a sari so ;

Mrs., J.V.. Moore, Miss Carrie comfort. A moncy-saver-tl' mod- fine and priced so low you simply can't
! Louise Moore and Mrs H. C. Avant plenty of pride and drive'
f were visitors in Fort Myers Wednes- ern, smooth performance.. This car is picture it until you see it and drive it !

day. "with lots of pleasure the same size as the brilliant 85" Ford SEE YOUR FORD DEALER TODAY 1,

Mrs. F. R. Maxwell returned to 'II!.

her home in Miami, Wednesday after
.a/ visiting her daughter, Mrs. G. 'E. i: I :

'. Etherton for several. days.

.. Mr. and Mrs. Harold O. Peters and
daughter, LaDeen, of West Palm
Beach were guests of friends here

over the weekend.Mrs. .
? 11'S.

E. L. Stewart left Tuesdayfor
Tallahassee to join her husband tir J

for the remainder of the legislative __

1 session.
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Mutrux left -

Saturday for their home in Jeaner- : f
elte, Louisiana, for the summer

Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. 4 S r- awr". 'v f rT
C. B. Roberts, Mrs. E. A. Houser and '
Mrs Olin Carleton -e .f 4 + .MG.1to1 4'4 .5
were visitors in
: fi- (
Moore Haven Sunday. Y ,

A. H. Brown, of the Jacksonville

I office, U. S. Engineers, was in Clew- ,' ,,, IlrlrrlN
iston on business several days thisI" : y .ANN' /Ill=

I 'J' The Quality Car in the Low-Price Field at the Lowest Price in Years! THE THRIFTY "6O"
F. E. Frazier of Orlando was a

business visitor here Wednesday. Mr. 1 I V-8 engines-smooth, quiet, responsive Luxurious upholstery and fine appointments

Frazier Is state superintendent for Safe all-stecl-on-steel body construction :Hr-tiro body mcunted on "pillows" of rubber i
the Western Union
Telegraph Com- tCenterPoise ride; seats between the axl?< 4 oubc-acng:: hydraulic shock absci:jars

pany. !1 n Bodies insulated against noise heat, c-' :I D sh st:1I'te: %- ttto\j parking brace at !d. nl

Outside luggage compartments on cc.'. V-vrlr.eIfhiosl that : ""' :.'a
Dr. Glen J. Potter, who has practiced ] oper.r on c: rrc- : :
1 f
medicine in Clewiston for the |! $25 A MONTH after usual dor/n-
payment, buys any model 1937 Ford SrH -' .
past two moved
years equipmentto car through the Authorized Ford Finance Plans of Universal CrcJi Ccm :\::..
Kansas City this week and left to

resume practice there. .. iWliIWilimmlJ1mnHU3"UIIIIIIIIIUUllllllllnmlllll"lIInIlQ: : : !" mlllllllllnliIllI/:1UIIlJmlijllillImmammmWIIlmlllmmmrilHml; !! /: !! : !!! : : !!: ( :r.iI',U'!.:"nmal.:: 'If,'? p ;:;;!;,-_:,;.;'i:"' ,'; -.. ;'DBn: :nmiiI: ye.lIlf!!
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Is Overweight 'Quotations" --'


Disease? The universities have a greater responsibility -
a now than they have ever
: had to bear. A large; portion of the
world is moving without a compass.-
By Nicholas Murray Butler.To .
By MARY SCHUMANN ,.. 'L" DR. JAMES W. BARTON be sane is to be neither Bolshevik -
nor Fascist nor Nazi, but to
try to preserve the freedom every in-
telligent man and woman should pas-

JUST as yellow fever malaria, sionately desire.-Lady Rhondda.

Copyright by Macrae Smith Co. WNU Service pernicious anaemia !Many years ago I learned that the
periods in ones life when one is sim-
and other "incurable" diseases ply a listener and observer may seem

!, CHAPTER XIII-Continued Ellen raised her head, touchedher while Hugh and Ellen shopped, have been conquered in recent useless but are in the end very valuable.
-25- shining eyes with her handker- then went to a matinee. After late b< .-Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt.We .
] scientific research
Lizzie was uncertain in her man- chief. "Excuse me I go all dinner they went down to the boat our have only to trust and do our

ner, not knowing ,whether to be weepy with grief or happiness late- which was to sail at eleven. Although physicians so- also will obesity I best, and wear as smiling a face as

haughty or friendly. She melted ly but it was happiness this they were early, knots of overweight be conquered I may be for ourselves and others.R. .-

under Hugh's friendly agreeableness time! Oh, Fluvanna, what people promenaded the decks, gay, within the next few years. L. Stel.'e1lSon.Atl .

and was soon loqu cious wonderful precious times we will laughing groups. Boys scurried For after all, obesity is really a
about her ill-health and the trials have together! down corridors with luggage; the disease some deficiency some,
she had had to bear with her chil- "Pull your chairs up close to whole ship buzzed with activity. where in the body
dren. Presently Hugh began talk- mine, 'said Fluvanna in an oddly Hugh had secured an outside state- with diabetes
just as
ing. She cried out when,he related hollow voice. "We'll go over the room with twin beds. Flowers c 7' it
and pernicious rn, tl
what Ellen had attemptea, but folders together. : were already there from Kezia and anaemia.

when he suggested that the girl go The sailing date was set for the Jerry, fruit from Margery a Will, ; BGloria
Time after time
abroad with his mother very soon, seventeenth of April and the days books, candy, letters, and bon voy- w 12 /
metabolism tests
a half-scornful smile appeared on flew by in a hurry of preparationuntil age telegrams from friends. eclv.2tZ, Swanson

her lips. "F.-i wonderingwondering there was only a week left "You're so quiet, Mother," said 1t4'4) have been made ot 1- Film Star
overweights (that is
!" for ,Fluvanna to say good-by to Hugh, sitting on the arm of h .
l the at which
"Just what?" ,dear familiar furnishings, to Mar- chair. "Tired?" "
"Do" it trick gery and her children, to Kezia, L the body processes Caviar Canape
you suppose was a "No, dear, she replied. She work) and except ina 1 can of caviar
-she played to get her own way? to Hugh. reached for his hand. Hugh, her 1 egg \
She may have seen you-knew They reached New York the boy. The moments, the dear mo- .A very thyroid 1 tablespoonful of lemon juice
you'd follow her, tell us about itl"! morning of the day 'they were to ments were flying, and all the while 'or gland cases-per' 1 tablespoonful of onion juice
"Did Ellen ever play tricks to sail. It was mild and sunny. They her heart knocked the passionate Dr. Sarton. 'haps 2 or 3 in every Bread for toast according to the

get her own way?" Hugh asked leaned ,at the rail of the ferry, certitude: "I shall never see him 100-the body processes number to be served.
; the of in overweights were not working Spread the caviar round
gravely. watching spires the city again." Twice lately she had had on
"No-o." come closer. any slower than in those of piece of toast. Then spread on
attacks which she felt might be
I "She couldn't have seen me. I "The skyline has soaring aspi- her last. Two or three months. normal weight.Dr. this the yolk of the egg which has

was too far away. I tell you the ration in it," mused Ellen. "Some- Only a little while at most G. Hetenyi, in German Archives been hard-boiled and run through

, girl was desperate-half out of her times the tips of buildings are in she reasoned. And he wanted this, of Clinical Medicine, thinks a sieve. Season with the lemon
"' head!" the clouds-but they always reach that there is something wrong with and union juice, although the latter -
-wanted to help Ellen. He had
"Then the place for her is a up-up! I like this approach to the in the collection and distribution of fat is a matter of personal taste
been lately his enthusiasm -
sanatorium-not Europe!" said Liz- city so much." betters in the bodies of those who are over and should be used at, the discre-
for helping Ellen. It would
zie quickly. Hugh smiled down at her. Againhe weight. He investigated the mobil- tion of the individual. Trim the
work out for the best.
I "Do you want that stigma on had the feeling of a rose open- Perhaps a ization or gathering together of the edges with the grated white of the
dear wish would be fulnlle. .
. her?" ing; the delicate face, the petal fat at, the depots or storage placesin egg and garnish with small pieceof
old wish dear
t: : Hugh pressed his point eagerly. texture of her cheeks, had the softness that and Good-by, overweights and in normal in- tomato.
loveliness dearest most ten-
v._ "And my mother needs this trip. of a flower. She looked likea dividuals, when both types were eat: Copyright.: -WNU Service.
der of What few weeksof
sons are a
I, It will do them both so much good. different person these last few' ing insufficient food for their needs.
She can leave easily now that Kezia weeks since she knew she was to life to give-to help you? The He found that there was something The OppressorThere
wheel is this
' turning-turning
! is married-while you, Lizzie--" leave Corinth. Whether Ellen wrong or different with the way is no happiness for him
will back. No
"I can take her myself this summer would paint great pictures or not, body never come fat was gathered and stored in the who oppresses and persecutes
harder to good-by
[ Gavin will send us 'if I in- he did not know, but he knew thatas say now bodies of overweights. no, there can be no repose for
least not much narder.
sist. her charm moved him it would at
;r Then he studied the way the fat him. For the sighs of the unfor-
An others. The unconscious seeking "Ellen and I are goirg for, a
i inspiration came to Hugh. handledthe tunate for
and the normal individuals cry vengeance'to heav-
around the deck Mother.We'll .
"Lizzie know couldn'tyou'll for love was in her melodious stroll ,
< you you food en.-Pestalozzi.
blood rich in fat ,
never get away. Gavin voice, in the graceful movementsof be back in a 'few minut- and observed that the tissues of
': won't let you out of his' sight. He'd her slight figure. What she Ellen tied a ribbon abcvt iisr'

(' mope and grieve, get sick if you sought she would find-perhaps on hair, put on her beaver j jacket. overweights have a great avidity-
E. \ were gone longer than a week this trip. He hoped so. Fluvanna watched Hugh hold open eagerness or desire-for fats that Do J1J" Nave This
In other
enter the stream.
; If Ellen is to get well, she must "I recognize the Empire State the door for her, pass through aft-
Ellen. His tall bulk filled words as the blood rich in fat passed OLDER VfSARS
l. building, said Fluvanna. er easy
the tissues of fat individuals Sitg
several "We'll go to the top of it today," the.narrow, aperture; the light from through

i:):' A flush tinged Lizzie's faded fairness Hugh promised. the corridor, shone on his face. A these tissues were "hungry"for PROBLEM ?

L a gratified light shon.. In her Their taxicab went slowly across wave of pride surged up in her, the fat fat in and the so blood a great taken amount from of Fv.' Advancing years bring to so
\ eyes. She sighed. "Poor Gavin- town, held up by the' traffic and the exquisite exultation. "That's my was many people the constipation
the bood and stored ,in the fat tis ;-\ 7.:6 problem.And it is so important
I'm afraid !I" her pale lips <
': so! Quiet-never says whisking lights. The crowds of peo- son-my son mur- 0.
older people to meet the
On the other hand in thoseof "fiJ
much, but absolutely devoted. ; ple on Forty-second street, movingin mured. sues. i ,,.. matter correctly. Mere partial
:- You'd be surprised if you knew restless rhythm, lashed back Ellen and Hugh explored the 10rma) weight, their tissuesdid t* \ \ relief is not enough. For sys-

, how dependent he is on my''' ad- and forth like the sea. A man, lounge, the library, and the dining not seem so hungry for fat and .; :'ft' j wastes tems clogged are bound with accumulated to result in

vice!" selling roses at the corner 01 Fifth salon, then went for a turn about so the fat laden blood passed aches and pains. "?
: ingratiatingly and stoodat through without leaving much if Thousands of elderly people ; lQ
, "We all know that. avenue, extended his bunches the deck. They paused '
have found the real ,i'\
answer to ;
::'" "And how much his success is to passers-by. The sun the bow of the boat. The April any fat. constipation, problems inNature'sRemedyNRTablets jj'# ." ';

:: due to me!" sparkled on the silvery top of the air was sweet and murmurous. A What an Investigator Learned.Dr. ). '*<;:r \.,

:", Hugh nodded encouragingly. The Chrysler building. mystery overhung the deep waterof Hetenyi also studied the rela- vegetable Nature's Remedy laxative. It a not purely only --r A.,. }

': belief which he helped her build "When we come back we will, the river. tion between fever and fat mobili- thoroughly cleanses the bowels ., ...'
: I," as to Gavin's need of her, was use- stay here a week," said ELen. "All "The lights on the Jersey shore zation from the deposits of fat, the but its action is gentle and .
the intended.By
refreshing just nature
:; ful to him, and harmless to her. of America is here, 'the west, the remind me of necklaces strung ina action of dehydration (cutting downon all means.try way

It gave her stubborn mind some- north and the south all fused ina jeweler's window," said Ellen liquids) on the fat in the blood, Nature's Remedy! .
-25 tablet box
; thing to cling to, and might allow kind of eagerness for achieve- softly. and finally the resorption into the only 25 cents at '

r', Ellen to depart in peace. ment. I felt that ,when I went to' "You have pretty thoughts, El blood of fa put under the okir by a any drugstore.

,:; That night in the library he school here. Hugh, when we comeback len." hypodermic needle or syringe.

>\" tossed some travel pamphlets to will you come on to meetus She tucked back a strand of hair: He found out that the increase in ,Words and Deeds

'J 4 Ellen and his mother., "I got these ?" which had escaped from the rib- the ,blood fat (fat taken from the Words are but holy as the deeds

i' today from an agency. Look them Hugh smiled at his mother. bon. Her white forehead gleamed fat depots) was slight in over- they cover.-Shelley.

!"J-, : over and tell me which trip you "Haven't you heard? I'm comingover above the straight, fair brow. weights, was less than in those of

> two would like to take." to get you when you are readyto "And you're very pretty, too." normal weight. This means then

i.' They looked at him questioningly : come home." She smiled dreamily. that during an illness when ,thereis Miss

:: as they unfolded them. "No!" Ellen leaned forward to "Quite lovely in fact." an increase in the temperatureof n

' "There's a good boat sailing in Look in his face with a sparkle in "I can't think of anyone I'd the body, the tissues of over-

t three weeks." her glance. "Are you bribing us rather have feel that way aboutme weights did not give up as muchas REE LEEF ,

_. "England France Spain to cut short our stay?" ," she said simply.TO did those of normal weight.

r.,' Italy-Germany," murmured Flu- I Fluvanna rested in the hotel ( BE CONTINUED) Arid finally the blood in over- says:

t: vanna. "Shall we take them all, or weights did not take into itself as 7

:, are we limited to two or three?" much of the fat that was placedin

"Greedy! .' Paris or Florence, Huge Pumps Claim Treasure Chemicals the body by the hypodermic nee- CAPUD1NE _

since Ellen wants to study." From Sea Water Near Wilmington N. C. dle as did the blood in 'those of relieves ...

Ellen's blue eyes flew open, star- < normal weight.

tled. Her lips parted but she did The conclusions drawn from the iE D CH

'i/, '( not speak. "Boy, thar's gold in them thar sodium chloride, or common salt, above experiments are that the mobilization -
"Hugh I said his mother, warn- waves"-but if you want to get it worth $24,500,000 at present market or collection of fat from quicker becauseit's

ingly. you must build an enormous pump- prices. It was figured out that this its storage depots-the skin, the liv- liquid...

i "Not joking! I've had a busy ing plant and huge industrial chem- salt, if compressed into one-foot er, in and about, the abdominal or- p

day planning this. I couldn't speakof ical works like those of Chemical cubes, placed side by side, would gans-is reduced in' overweights. Judy icver

it until some details we're settled company at Kure Beach, near Wil- form 'a single row extending from whereas their absorption of fat from

-but they are now. Ellen's father mington, N. C. Last year this out- New York to Los Angeles and half- I the blood passing through their tissues -

and mother have given their .fit, whose main purpose is the manufacture way, back. is greatly increased. "

consent. All you two' have to de- of bromine which is an in- Magnesium sulphate, or epsom Overweight-obesity-is thereforea That Cheerful LookA

cide is where you want to go and gredient of ethyl gasoline, sucked salts, amounting to 464,000 tons, disease of fat mobilizationtheway cheerful look makes a disha

the earliest" date you can be readyto salt water through the bromine worth $17,660,000, was in this salt fat is gathered and distributed. feast.-Herbert.

sail. plant equal to one square mile of water-enough to give each man, .

Fluvanna looked agitated. "Nono Atlantic ocean 76 feet in depth, saysa woman and child in the United Many Many Women
Gall Bladder Disorders. ,
she began. She stopped at
writer in the Chicago Daily News.It States about 'eight pounds. ,
the radiant It has been definitely that ThemBy
expression on Ellen's Other proven SayCardui Helped
recovered several thousand tons potential products of the
face. two of every three individuals have
of bromine and its research chem- 135,925,000,000 pounds of sea water taking Cardul, thousands of
The girl, sitting on a hassock near ists found that this huge tonnage of sucked from the ocean last year by more or less disturbance in the gall women have found they can avoid

Hugh, clasped her hands. "Hugh, brine carried a treasure of $73,094- the pumps of this plant were cal bladder and yet the number of much of the monthly suffering they
you're not fooling? they saidI cases that actually require drain-
s endure. Cramping spells,
used to :
600 if all its mineral and chemical cium chloride, 101,000 tons, worth
removal of
could ing or gall bladderis
go away-with Fluvanna? nagging pains and jangled nerves
constituents could be $2,220,000 potassium chloride 52-
commercially ; ,
; small.Dr. .
Are you sure there's no mistake? very can be relieved-either by Cardul
Oh, I can't believe it!" salvaged. 250 tons, worth $4,180,000 which R. F. Carter, New York City, or by a physician's treatment.
"There's no mistake," answered According to the chemists' reports would make about 1,000,000 tons of -in Annals of Surgery, says that dur- Besides easing certain pains, Car-

Hugh, smiling. "And you, Mother the sea water pumped last potash-rich fertilizer; magnesium, ing a period 'of four years in study- dul aids in building up the whole '

? you said you always want- year, aggregating 135,925,000,000 41,900 tons, worth $20,950,000; alum- ing patients having disease of the system by helping women to get .-
ed to go--?" pounds, contained 2,491,344 tons of inum, 119 tons; copper, nearly eight gall! bladder the medical] and surgi- more strength from their food. '

"Cousin Fluvanna, think of it! minerals and chemicals which in-, ; tons; iodine, two and threequarters cal clinic of the New York Post Cardui, with directions for home

Paris-Florence-the LouvretheUffizi cluded 86 pounds of gold valued at tons; iron, 125 tons, and stron- Graduate Hospital has graduallycome use by women, may be bought at the"

Gallery!" Ellen buried her $36,300 and equivalent to a ball six tium carbonate, 138 tons. The extraction to realize the importance of drug store. (Pronounced "Cardui. )

head in the arm of Hugh's chair; inches in diameter. Silver passing of bromine from sea wateris changes in the size and shape of

he patted her shoulders comfort- through the plant amounted to one now a well-established industrial the gall bladder. In patients with

ingly. and a third tons, which would makea operation, but the economic recov- definite gall bladder symptoms "I SLEEP LIKE A LOG""When

Fluvanna's face was a study of ball about two feet in diameter ery of by-products remains a prob- pain in the upper right abdomen, nervous excitement indigestion gas pains or

struggling emotions. "Leave you?" with a value of $25,120. But these lem. gas on the stomach, nausea, tenderness rheumatic RADWAY'S aches READY keep me RELIEF.awake and This restless many-use I use

she whispered. precious metals amounted to little in abdomen -, eve when the Liniment-Cannlnate contains no narcotics end its

Hugh nodded slowly, then indicated compared to the potential value of Butter as SacrificeThe X-ray showed no stones present and I drift Warmth with Works delicious Wonders.drowsiness: It helps into me to dreamland relax and"

Ellen, as though her need we1"e: more useful chemicals. For exam- Hindoos, oldest known users the gall bladder filled and emptied writes W. I. Willis of 22 E. 33th St., N. Y. City.

greater. His mother was quiet, pIe, the sea water pumped throughI of butter, offered it in sacrifice to normally, real disease was foundat I Only Radway JSe&e.t Co.your,208 drnjrfnut.FS Centre For St.free,New sample York write City.

gazed at the fire. I the plant contained 1,831,000 tons of their gods. operation.

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Cperation of Hurricane Gate hell plantin'and seeds high water and takin', whether a chance it be Appropriations Bill Considered

I with the elements, the worms, the

As Control Unit Is Explained market a and dime all on the a other crazy-quilt hazards at ,the orriskin' 'During Past Legislative Week

__ 0 Sunday School bazaar. 4
Mr. America has been shootin' -

j explanation of the operation Most First Round- dice, playin' poker, buyin' sweep- Tallahassee, April 29 (FNS).-|([ during the week, as the pocket: veto

01! m J"1" cane gate structures on theL stakes tickets, bettin' on the ponies, The Florida legislature, heeding tho I jof former Gov. Sholtz was overrid-

OkeechobeeCaloosahatcheepi jabbin' punch boards and pullin' slot demand of Governor Fred Cone at(i, den by substantial majorities

""t, with particular reference to (Continued from page 11 machine handles so long that all the the start of the session for highest i i i i A host of proposed constitutional.

th ,:lie I ( at Belle Glade was received & M. Moore vs Hare & P. Smith; laws in the universe can't stop him. possible degree of economy, this :!I amendments were either passed by
week in the form of a notice Lawson & V. Owen vs Mobley & L.
Mrs._ America slaps her loose week had the biennial appropriationsbill I I one house or the other or were on
is- d from the office of the district Miller; Markette & J. Ezelle vs i .
change on the bridge table, peddles before it-with $300,000 sliced i calendars for early disposal.
'> U. S. Engineer office, Jack- Beardsley, Jr., & Liddell. i
i \ lottery tickets for the Woman's Aux- off of the 1935 figure and 1,070-
i it ,. The question of gate oper- The Ten Commandments of Tennis :
En <
iliary, sells chances on her choco- 000 a year cut from the 1937 bud-I -
atj"u has arisen because of com- By Win. T. Tilclen, II late cake at the county fair, and get. Approximate annual total in the'[FREE. If excess acid causes you

pli +iI; s of farmers whose lands lie 1. Keep your eye on the ball: wouldn't miss "bank night" or"screeno" bill was $10,300,000.Spurred j Stomach Ulcers, Gas Pains, Indi-

ad ,< ,'nt to canals on the southern 2. Make all shots with your body Igestion, Heartburn
Belching, Bloating
for the world, but the dear to action through the continued -
fch of the lake that windtides from sidewise to the net.
< Nausea
j get free doctor'sprescription
soul would cry her eyes out if you failure to whip a definite'pro- sample
La .' Okeechobee raise the water in 3. Always have your weight going: [
Udga at Alston's
accused her of gambling. gram into shape, senate appropria- Drug
flu <'anals sufficiently to. flood their I into the shot. Store.
But gettin' back to the slot ma- tions committee members turned the 3mJn18
fie' K 4. Use a racket that is well strung I _
chine question: : The situation in this bill loose during week-end adjourn-
'i I e notice, issued by Col. Earl and not too heavy.
state at present is a mess; exeryone ment as finance and taxation mem-
No; i ih, follows: 5. Always dress specially for ten-
admits that, even the operators bers to into
were struggling bring
Xotice nis and be sure to shower and change I
themselves.We existence fiscal
a program.
after playing.
The farmers in the vicinity of Belle i can make them illegal, spend Counselor and Attorney at Law
6. Remember no match is lost until Whatever program is brought out
Gla<:" and particularly those culti-' I a million dollars tryin' to enforce Hopkins Building
the last point is played, so fightno I -an*! a definite alignment of billson
"at:'jig lands adjacent to the North matter how far behind. the law, but we won't change human finances is expected before the Wednesdays; and Saturdays:

Nev River and Hillsboro Canals, nature and we won't stop gamb- 9:00:: to 4:007lZzu
7. Never change the style of a win- end of this week-it ;will have to
lake ':ard of the locks in the respec- ling, but we will LOSE THE REV paying'
funds for
ning game. supply approximately -
tive canals, are hereby notified that ENUE. -
8. Always take chances when los $3,500,000::> a year in old age pen-
Gate Structure No.4 located On the other hand
Hui :icane we can devise same
ing, for you have everything to win sions and at the time replace
immediately beyond: the confluence legislation that will effectively and I
and nothing to lose. existing revenue that is lost at the
of the above mentioned can- intelligently control and regulate
defeat end of this fiscal because of varied -
i 9. Don't worry over or crow year :
als, will not be operated by the U. S. these machines, either by state oper- : FLORIDA
over victory. Winning or losing, keep reasons. [
En; ;veer Department or any other'par ation or rigid enforcement and de- I
your mouth shut. Firct of the week meetings be. i far x +., Myi ,
ip.s, in order to control or pre- rive sufficient revenue to meet ev-
10. Play the game as much as pos- tween leaders of the senate:: and I
yen I normal wind tides from raising ery need without any new forms of
sible and play it for the fun of the house paved the way for development -
ihe hater level in these canals. taxation.Or .
game. of such a although
The hurricane gate structures, as maybe you'd rather pay a state program It\A
postponement of scheduled meetingsj
the name implies are designed to I income or a sales tax. I
j during the week-end first irn- '
pre' put the waters of Lake Okee-.
I o-cnoastomat9mraMacctet-_aaoa.v MARGARET'S I pression that the delegates from th" 'I
choupe being blown from the lake ST. CATHOLIC

clnr.n storms and flooding the sur- CHURCH two groups might find trouble
I Too Late To Classify getting together. ia'i
roin (!'ing low lands. ---

E\, an Act of Congress, approvedJul (Rev. Father J. F. Walsh, Bl D., Committee action near the end of i
tRussell the week worked to clear the atmosphere !
;; 3, 1930, the U. S. Engineer De- j
Mass each at 8:30 .. ;> so that the legislators might; f
1)?iitent was authorized to cone Sunday, a. : : x
rUt'1 i the present flood control > except on last Sunday of month start almost::: from the ground up in I r- ,1. :

worms around the shore of Lake The boys up in Tallahassee seem when mass is at 10:30 a. m. framing their fiscal program. I
The senate finance committee vot-
O\e ."d to kill the receipts tax law :
'\'::->.t< re': of the lake between the elections -, slot machine question, but the ans- gregation is the first Sunday in each gross
with its $2,000,000 !
of 14.0 feet and 17.0 feet :I wer to my mind is simple. All they month. approximately a
revenue, and to transfer from
P ho.m. an low water, Punta Rassa j I gotta do is turn the whole mess over Religious instruction classes for the E n.
general revenue fund to schools
rt iatl!:,u. This, the U. S. Engineer De-- to Mr. Mayo and forget it. all children attending public school !
the seventh cent of the gasoline tax.
prrtiient) has diligently attempted to I If beans, peppers and egg plants immediately after mass on Sundays. I .
This tax brings about $2,750 .
yea '
pffomplish, with the result that 'be- come under the head of agriculture,
tueri April ,3.' 1936, and April 9, I certainly lemons, cherries' and plums Junior (children's) choir meets' While this was happening in the, 5top at the .

1 3T. the elevation of the lake has I ought to enjoy a similar classification. Wednesdays 4:00: p.the'church.m. and Satur-I senate committee, a. house finance!I II
days 9JX: () a. m. at i
reached a maximum of 16.68 (July group was rejecting one of the favorite tIotet Patrie1n:
Catholic Men's Club meets the sec Cone
1S-2J > and a minimum of 15.01 Of course, if you want to get tech- plans of Governor and

May' 27-29, 1936). A complete daily), nical, you might term the slot ma- ond Monday in each month at the Comptroller J. 'M. Lee as, it

record< of average lake eleyations,! chine a form of mechanical farming, Rectory at 7:30 'p. m. I I bill to pool all state revenues except 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUES
The Ladies Altar Society meets I I I that from the gasoline tax. {
including the abovedates, will be I but as far as I can see, the result S-

post..rt in the U. S. Post Office in Pa- from the player's standpoint, is about the first Thursday of each month I I ents of the_measure promised, how-. Outside Rooms WithPrivate
hob e, Belle Glade and Clewiston. the same. If anything, the dirt farmer jointly with the Study Club'at the ever, that it would come back to the' : .\,
The' average lake elevations are obtain takes it on the chin harder and Rectory at 3:00 p. m.'r I'floor in new form but with the .same:! .

?cl by taking the mean of daily oftener in his gamble than does the Convert instruction class each I( purpose. I t,' COOL, CLEAN, QUIET

ohsci'Cations recorded at Taylor guy who sticks: to mechanical agri- Friday at 7 p. m. The legislature rushed through to ,

Orei'!k:, St. Lucie 'Canal, Hurricane culture. Mass on First Fridays at 8:00 a.1! completion of its work on the eight- j Overlooking Biscayne Bay

<\iU. Structure No. 2, Clewiston, and The city slicker drops a flock of i m. I II point citrus program scheduled to

.LI 3'"ore' Haven Lock. buffalo nickles in a slot machine Baptisms by appointment. I I continue the citrus commission and Two blocks to Shops, Thaatre and

During the winter months, strong and if luck is with him he may geta I tighten up existing laws for benefit I Business 'Section.HATES .

nort'',cily winds are to be expected. crop of cherries or plums or maybe. PLANT CITY HAS $2,000,000 CROP i lof fruit growers of the state. It 'WPS

"no" r> winds naturally cause high a jackpot.On Plant City, April 22 (FNS- i the first major accomplishment of 1 .

1 lake elevations along the south shore I the other hand, the dirt farmer Closing the best strawberry seasonin the 1937! : session aside from postponing -I'

of, tv: lake, and correspondingly low ]i plants a mess of seeds, bears many years, Plant City estimatesa I the dale for closing of tax $1.50 Single ,
o'v"tiol1s l: on the north shore. This .
down on the old hoe handle and if gross return to growers of approximately -

Dcp; ilment is fully aware of the rapid he is lucky may make enough from I. $2,000,000.Records General agreement among citrus' I $2.50 Double .

rise: of water, that occasionally oc- his beans or 'cabbage to pay the show that a total of 19- men, for the first time in the mem-' I

fir* in the North New River and rent and buy the baby a new pair of 287,000 pints of berries were, mark- ory of, many legislators, was responsible Special Family, Weekly &

Fill l oro Canals. On the night of,I shoes. eted here at an average price for the for tho speed in which the cit Monthly RatesS. '
rn\; ,'!tuber 15-16 1936::> the
reroc'i' ,
Of course the odds are againstthe season of between ten and eleven rus program was approved.
D. McCREARY, ProprietornsYflCA
located at Hurricane Gato
poor bozo who confines his agri- cents. The carload movement showed The vetoed 1935 bill to repeal then f
ijiir"ture No. 4, recorded wind
a ve-'I cultural adventure to a mechanical a total of 11,012 cars, in addition, tire and tube tax was passed again!
,ocir; of 24 m.p.h. between 11:30 p. device. The wheel of fortune spins I

m. and! 10:00. a. in. blowing from the and instead of gettin' three beans ina -- -- -------

JOl', 1The continuous water stage't.ecorder I row with a nice jucy pay-off, the

located at this same sta-, farmer reads the record' and finds

lion recorded a rise in water eleva-';
all he drew was one hailstorm, one

lion from 16.2 to 17.4 between 11:301 I drought, and a market slump. STAll EASilY ?

p. hi. and 2:45 2.. m. The water level! But it is all in the game and when a

wag clown to 16.2 again by 10:00 a.1 the farmer in one section loses all ,yY JI'Ai +

m. November 16. The average lake I he puts in, the growers in other sec-

elc. ,.'ion for November 15, 1936, !! tions cash in by getting bigger prices ,

v. t"; 1595. The above is pointed out
on the strength of a short crop.
i'i: order to impress those interested ,
But slot machines are wicked be-
the unusually high water elevations l
cause the smart guys who operate'em :
will occur in the canals mentioned''
and the merchants who provide
oc'> though the average lake elevation
the location make money whetherthe I

is entirely within the controlling players win or lose.

fit;':c:dons prescribed by the Con-
: On the'other hand, the commission
gir:', of the United States. >
merchants the railroads, the fertilizer -

TJe: United States Government, companies, get their dough on

through the Engineer Department, 'a
mortgage or something regardlessof oo'
Jin--: already provided and is further r
how the poor dirt farmer fares. yt
completing adequate structures for j Now if prohibition would really

P'o'riion' of the lives and lands and
prohibit, we might pass a law

.. ot'n- r properties of those residing in' it a criminal offence to

:' and other persons interested in the in any kind of farming mah.-I

uli-aliment i;; of homes and develop-,
cause a lot of farmers have lost mon-
n>( "t of property in the
ey, but we tried this prohibition legislation : -
,. aria, against recurrence of the disas- .
a great big way and it "
tio.is foods f .
of 192G
and 1928. : -
proved to be a grand and glorious :
Tutil July 1, 1937, the Clewiston t4,

'" sn'J-office, of the Engineer Departmf. flop.Try and tell the average Americanhe
-'t will continue to
operate Hurricane -
r' CAN'T and he'll do it in spite of ..
Gate No, 4 as it has done in the !'i 1 I

f.;";. past upon request of those whose --, -_ .

[i., lands are affected by the high waters
will withstand water levels up to o'e: \

caused by. northerly winds. After ration 20.0; that the Engineer Department ; ',. .

: July 1, 1937, the gates will he will, under no circum -.",.-'.., .,

t',,' operated only at the discretion of stances, be held ", -
& responsible or liable -, ': : ,
the Engineer Department, in order for flood :
damage to lands or property. '
to control the waters of the lake dur- : : ,.

ing the periods of storms or hurri It will continue to the policy of the ,

canes. U. S. Engineer Department to coop-

"I"' All of those persons who possessor erate in every reasonable way with

cultivate lands that
are subject the residents and those interested in
;: to Hooding due to high water in the the development of the '

i, : Rh )r and Hillsboro Can- ,Evergladesarea. i 600D 6Utf 6ASOUNt LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES

I I'w' 'd to protect themselves (Signed) EARL NORTH, SHAT \

: lands by construction of Lieut., Col., Corps of Engineers MoW tiulaltAtco INCREASES POWER SAVES! WEAR 1l \

, *'r appurtenances that District Engineer.

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