The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00630
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: May 14, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00630
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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SUGAR INDUSTRY IS CAPT. LINKSWILER Harold J. BryantHarold Dl.1. L. M. spiveyCommencement Delivers'. sj::,;


I J. Bryant, 63, one of the ,

; TO FT.. BELVOIR leading early developers of the Ev- ..'...
;I erglades, died of a heart attack Wednesday :4I

: : in London, England., Mr. I Tomato
Jacksonville, May 13.- Interesting Captain G.. E. Linkswiler who has Bryant was a brother of F. Edward, I f :.
facts relating to the history of Bryant of Palm Beach and Canal .
At Season's PeakThe Class of 1937 Hear :
been in charge of the Clewiston sub- I'I
back to 400 B. C. at
sugar, dating Point, and an uncle of Mrs. F. Deane ;
which time It was known as "sweet office of U. S. Engineers for the past Duff of Clewiston. He maintained a __ 1 I I Splendid Talk i

salt" have been incorporated: Into I year is leaving this week for Fort home in Lake Worth which he visit- peak of tomato shipping for I .J;

the Florida state guide describingthe Belvoir, Virginia. ed last winter. He has visited 'Mrs.I the present::: season: from the Clewis- -- "J

,, sugar empire around Lake Okee- Captain Linkswiler is an officerof I Duff here on several occasions.It ton-Lake Harbor section; was reached : The Clewiston High School closed ,i

chobee, with its capital at Clewiston. the U. S. Army and orders for is believed that Mr. Bryant had this week, when seventeen cars had :. a successful eight months term with /;

f According to research workers of his transfer to Fort Belvoir came gone from his home in Guilsborough, left the section in the period from graduation exercises Monday even- j

the federal writers' project !sugar through a week ago. Much of the ; England, to London to attend the Sunday to Thursday night. ing and Dr. Lucid M. Spivey presi- ,

came out of Asia four centuries be- work of straightening and deepeningthe coronation. Cablegrams announcinghis This tops any week thus far and I dent of Florida Southern College, :

fore the birth of Christ and was channel of the Caloosahatcheeriver death were received by relatives shipments will probably continue to I delivered the baccalaureate address )

f brought to America by the Spaniards has been done under CaptainLInkswiler's Thursday. be heavy for two weeks. The to a crowded auditorium. ;;:

re in the ,15th.. century, who retaineda direct supervision. The Mr. Bryant was born'in February ments are being made from ShiP-I To the 'strains of the magnificent '

:. monopoly on the product for many levee construction is also nearing 1873, the son of a member of an H. Crouch packing house at Lake Tannhauser March, played by Mrs. ',.

years. completion. English concern of matchmakers.He Harbor. The market has been steady I John H. Doty, the seniors marched ..'.'

First commercial marketing of sugar Nelson civilian was one of seven brothers and and is expected 'to hold through the' in and took their places on a stage
Carawan engi-
in America, however, did not'get who has been associated with two sisters. Coming to America first month. decorated in blue and gold, their "

underway until the 18th century. neer: in 1900 he went West as managerof The shipment of beans is over and class colors.
the work since its beginning, has
This has been traced to an advertisement large irrigation and
been sent from the Jacksonville office a develop- the bean house at South Bay closed Miss Ethel Willis, lone girl in the ,
i in the New York Gazette ment project in Maxwell, New Mex- A few small
last week.
for the season .
of the district engineers. Mr. Senior class, was salutatorian. Miss ,
. 1 of August 17, 1830, which arinouncI ico and later engaged in business in shipments have been made by ex-
I Nelson will be in charge of the Clew- Willis, a stately blonde, was attrac-
I ed the opening of 'refinery, and Colorado. In 1909 with of
a group this week but
during practi-
iston office. He is already well known press tive in a floor length dress of pink .'
's I that the firm 'has procured from Colorado associates he became interested .
all beans have been at
here and thoroughly familiar with cally lace. In a ,clear, quiet manner she
Europe an experienced artist at this in south Florida and pur- this time.
the work. delivered her welcome from the gra-
I mystery". chased extensive acreage in the Everglades duates.
The story of sugar and the rise from R. J. Bolles. '
I Following the salutatory, M. E.
: of the sugar empire in the Everglades In the next few he and his
,years VonMach, chairman of the county :
I with its modern machinery 35 PUPILS RECEIVE associates acquired the site of Lake school board, addressed the gradu-
for water control, harvesting and
Worth and several large tracts of ;
1 ates and audience in a short, force- ',
I refining, will constitute an absorbing land on and near the East Coast.:
ATTENDANCE AWARDThirtyfive I FT. MYERS MINISTER ful 'talk on Success. Mr. VonMach's//
chapter in the Florida state guide, Their acreage extended for miles toward remarks were well-received. A de-
soon to be issued, according to Dr. Lake Okeechobee and he be- i
I -- lightful vocal solo by Miss MignonneSt.
Carita Doggett Corse, state direct- --
interested the
came 'Everglades
Rev. Kent Pendleton, of Fort My Martin brought appreciative ap;
I or. pupils of the Clewiston section. With his brother, F. Edward ,
The Florida state guide is one of school received certificates showinga Bryant, who is now superintendent ers delivered the baccalaureate ser- plause. ,

48 state volumes which will be included perfect record of attendance for of the Eastern division of the United mon to the graduating class of the I The class history was given by Ed

in the national guide and is the term just closed. The awards States Sugar Corporation, Mr. Bry- Clewiston High School at services Clark and the class will by Jack

the result of 18 months research bya were made by S. A. Graves, county and :was a leading advocate of, drainage held, in the school auditorium Sun- Moorman. Both were arranged in a

staff of experienced writers., Sup- superintendent of public instruction, and sugar 'cane culture in the pleasingly informal style and were

ervision of nationally known authors at, commencement exercises held in Everglades.Mr. day morning.The greatly enjoyed. The history traced

assures a well written, informative the school auditorium Monday even- Bryant is survived by his. wife, stage was beautifully decorated the progress of the class through' the

and accurate volume. ing. Mrs. Elizabeth Parker Bryant,' who with masses of white lilies againsta school and the will disposed of real

Though prepared in entertaining Leading the list was Bobby Patterson was with him in, England; a son, background of green. The choirof and imaginary possessions of class

narrative, form, the book gives spe- valedictorian of the class, A. Parker Bryant of Lake Worth and the Community Church sang memberJ.Professor.

cial attention to routing and direc- who for the ninth succesive year has 'Palm Beach; ,two daughters, Miss "Glory to Him" by Rachmaninoff as B. E. Herring introduced -
tions. It. offers an incentive for tourists Dr. Spivey as one of the foremost
t. had a perfect record of attendance. Haroldine Bryant, who is with her processional while the graduates,
\:.?; to get off the beaten paths and of the state's 'educators. Dr. Spivey's
: This is a record which will probably mother in England, and Mrs. Law- minister and other officials ,took
discover the heretofore unexploited stand for many years in the local rence Rathbone, wife of a British their places on the stage. address, to the graduates seemed to

attractions of the state. The guide, chpol. army officer; a brother, F.. Edward bear out the class motto "Not the

it is said, will be of great value to It is interesting to note also that Bryant of Palm Beach and several .Following the invocation by Father end, but the beginning." The speak-
,communities that are without fundsto Walsh, there was a beautiful an- er'referred'' to graduation as the timein
( three of the four members, of the brothers and sisters in England.
attract visitors. senior class had perfect attendance, them, "Open Our Eyes" by MacFar- life when youth begins to make

Based on inquiries received by being neither absent or tardy this land, which was also sung by the its own decisions. "Decide for your-

book distributors, the California and year. Ed Clark, Jack Moorman and NEW FREIGHT LINE choir. self," said Dr. Spivey, "those things

Florida guides promises to be best Bobby Patterson are tHe three seniors Reverend Pendleton's sermon was which will make you into better citizens -

sellers of the state series. on the perfect attendance list. on the theme "Where Are You Go- and do them. Deep down in

The Clewiston school had an enviable WILL USE CROSS ing", and he brought to the minds of your heart you will find the answerto

Worker Needs One record for attendance for the the graduates the fact that from this every question concerning your
time their lives' should be conduct. will search
number of forward If you your own
whole year. A larger pu-
Card Number OnlySocial pils had perfect attendance than in STATE WATERWAYThe directed toward some goal, and that heart honestly and fearlessly and
definite actu- to the ideals find,
should live you
any other school in the county, although some purpose up you
ate all their decisions. Reverend need have no fear of the results."
the LaBelle, school has a
Security record keeping is :greater enrollment. During the St. Johns River Line, Jack- Pendleton is a retired Christian The valedictory address was delivered -

being complicated because many Employees month of March the average daily sonville company which recently inaugurated minister. by Bobby Patterson whose

I and some employers have attendance was only 6 pupils less water freight, service be- Following the benediction the high scholastic record easily won

the idea that a new number is neces- than the total number enrolled. tween Fort Myers and Tampa with graduates left the auditorium as the him the coveted honor. Bobby ex-

sary every time an employee changes The thirty-five pupils who were their freighter, the Lake George, .announced chorifc of voices gave Kipling's beau- pressed the farewell message of the

jobs, Postmaster A; W. Lawrence i neither absent nor tardy for the this week their intention of tiful Recessional. class in an able manner, which reflected -

declared. today. year were Bobby Patterson, Ed starting a regular freight run be-I the qualities which have

"One' number is all any employee I Clark, Jack Moorman, Maxine Doty, tween the two coasts through the HOOKER FAMILY HAS made him the outstanding studentof

I will ever need," Mr. Lawrence said. J. D. Hooker, Louis Leiter, Dick Pat- new crossstate'waterway next year,{ LARGE FAMILY REUNION the school this year. With a recordof

: "When a worker! takes a new job, terson, Roberta Spicer, Bill Owen, according to an article in Wednes II nine years perfect attendance at
I I A reunion of the Hooker familywas school behind him, he served as edi-
all in the world he needs to do is to Billy Davis, Betty Bailey, Renee day's Fort Myers News-Press. held at Boar Hammock in
the school annual, a memberof
tell the new employer the numberon Wethington, Barbara Smith, Runelle The Lake George is the largest tor of
I Glades county Sunday as forty-seven team and winner" for
the original registration card.I McGehee, Edna Leiter, Laura Bailey, boat that has passed through the to the debating
members of the family gathered
of the
the second' Consecutive year
When new employees are hired, em- Eric Belcher, Elizabeth Wynn, Pearl :waterway since its completion, com- Moth-
honor Mrs. M. C. Hooker on
American medal for' high
ployers can be of material assistance Bembry, Janie Brasutley, Louis ing through here the middle of April er's Mrs. Hooker who is 78 Legion
'-. ,if they will inquire if. the applicant Blount, Eloise Bembry,' David Belcher to begin the eight run between the Day. her scholastic attainments.
D' has or has, had '''a number. If he has, Shirley Moon, Wilma Tingle, two West Coast cIties. The responseto years of age, is very activein Following the valedictory, Mr.
daily life and participated heartilyin VonMach diplomas to. the
nothing need be done except enter Mayme Johnson; Nora Oglesby, the service they offer has been presented
for the day's gath- \
the preparation graduates-Ethel Willis, Ed Clark:,
that number on the payroll. If the James Smith, Grace Ward, Ruth Em- very good and in appreciation of tho,

applicant has no number, he shouldbe rich, Patricia Bailey, Mary Dyess, business of Fort Myers firms, the ering. Jack Moorman and Bobby Patterson.
held at the
The reunion
was Graves -
Superintendent S. A. presented
given a blank application and required -
Betty Lou Emrich, Carline Berner company held open house yesterdayat
Mrs. Hooker, and her son, Stephen. -
certificates of attendance to
I to fill it out and either mailt
and Bub 1\1 ills.MEN'S their new Fort Myers warehouseand
Seven of the eight sons and the 35 pupils who have been neither
it or take it to the post-office. He free boat '''aboard the
gave trips
will be issued a card and number and daughters were present with their absent nor tardy this year.
George the 100-foot freighter.
other relatives. The
families and Mayor F. Deane Duff presented
one number is all that he will ever PAHOKEE PROGRAM While the items freighted in or-
sons and daughters are Stephen, with medals to
the American Legion
need, even though he has a new job dinarily by water not
freight are
whom mother resides W. C. of
the Gladys Willis and Bobby Patterson.The
every week and wanders from coastto
perishable it is believed that the low
The Men's quartette of the Clew- Z. Vance of West Palm Legion
coast. This is true even though Clewiston, Clewiston Post of the :
rate water and
a person is working for a half a dozen iston Community Church choir were facilities on for shipment will proper Beach, L. L. of Lakeport; Earl of each year awards a gold medal to

employers at the same time guests of the Pahokee Glee Club and definite swing handling to this method cause of a I Arcadia; Mrs. Ruth ,Daffin and Mrs the boy and the girl in the senior

There is no possible circumstancesunder sang at the Club's program givenin Tillie Bradley of West Palm Beach. high school with the highest scho-
fruits and
vegetables as
which more than one numberis the High School auditorium in Those attending from Clewistonwere lastic record.
well as fertilizer, machinery, grain,
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Hooker and with
necessary." Pahokee Wednesday evening. The exercises were closed a-
etc. their children, June, Billie. J. D. benediction and the graduates
Mr. Lawrence also urged all work- The quartette's numbers were a
Harry DeMontmollin agent for the and Elbert, and Mrs. Hooker's mother marched from the hall, 'as Gounod'sMarch :
who have not done
ers, already so, to medley including "Tale of Cities",
company in Fort Myers made the an- Mrs.'Viola Stone her sister, Mrs. :
; Pontificale was played, bring
"Roll Them
apply immediately to their employeror Bones" and "Shine";
nouncement concerning the neAT I Foy Durrence and Mr. Durrence and ing to a close a very successful graduation -
the nearest post-office and fill out "Carve Dat Possum" and a spiritual
cross-state service and said that spec- his motherMrs.. Leona Durrence.Mr. .
tno application form SS-5 for account "Standing in the Need of Prayer". program.
ial flat-bottomed, wide-beamed can- and Mrs. Dan Shelfer and child-
number. The numbers were well received by '.
the crowded auditorium.The al boats would be used, each capableof ren of Arcadia and Mrs. P. H. Hook: UNION HOTEL BUILDING IS

KIWANIS MEETING carrying 350 tons, to carry fruits!! er (who is a daughter-in-law of the UNDERGOING ALTERATIONS
quartette is composed of F. and vegetables from the West Coast honoree) of Arcadia were also at- ---
The Kiwanis Club held its weekly M. Wright, first tenor, L. M. Knapp, and the Okeechobee farming sectionto tending. The Union Hotel building is being -

luncheon meeting at the Clewiston second tenor, R. N. Smith, baritoneand Fort Pierce on the East Coast. improved by construction of a

.. Inn Wednesday evening and gave J. E. Beardsley, bass. At Fort Pierce, Mr. DeMontmollinstated Mr. and Mrs. :Matthew Morrisonleft new porch and other changes.' A

most of its time to reports from various the produce would be transferred Tuesday for Sty Petersburg, following larger entrance porch with concrete

members of the Inter-Club meet- Mr.; and Mrs J. W. Francis left to ocean-going steamers and { the clo-'{ng of school Monday. floor is being constructed on the

ing which was held : the week pre- Wednesday by train from West Palm shipped direct to New York and oth- Mr. Morrison was athletic director i front of the building. The two-story

vious in West Palm Beach. Beach for their home in St. Paul, er eastern markets. He expressed and instructor of the Clewiston screen porch has been torn away'
After the discussion, members en- himself as confident that all grow- School. Mr. and Mrs. B, E. Herring from the side wall and in its place
joyed a tap dancing number by Anne Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Francis ers would be willing to avail them- have moved into the apartment at an enclosed porch has been constructed -

Pafford, Gloria McDuffie, Janice have spent the winter here with selves of the low freight rates in get- the golf club house, which the-Mor- of stucco to match the construction -

Winn and Elizabeth Wynn. their daughter, Mrs H. A. Bestor. (Coutlnued. 'Page S) risons formerly occupied of the main building.h .


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t6ivz aP.r1It1 FARM -v- I

me not forget that the power f.if-
TOPICSDAIRYMEN and joy of sacrifice grow upon those I
who exercise it. Pure passions growas
well as dark ones.-Dr. W. L. '
J/W f! Walkinson.

ADVISEDON This thing that we call "failure" is

about not the falling down, but the staying
PASTURE CARE down.-Mary Pickford.

By Edward W. Pickard Village improvement is the only
Humane Fox Hunting. foundation on which conditions in
Western Newspaper Union MONICA, CALIF.- Fertilization Is Regarded as India can lIe permanently amelio
SANTA rated.-Mahatma Gandhi.
Mrs. Simpson's DivorceIs heavily on co-operation by the Screen it has been decided the Best Plan.By Human beings feel bored in this

Made Absolute Actors' guild, but that body, which that fox-hunting is hu mechanical world which they them
has 5,600 members, delayed action This emanates Carl B. Bender Professor of Dairy Husbandry .- selves created by means of brains
RS. WALLIS SIMPSON was opinion New Jersey College of Agriculture. -
M until it could confer with the pro- and hands.
from .-WNU Service. -Dr. Alexis Carrel.As .
decreeof the hunters. The foxes
granted an absolute ducers. The already had
and within guild pre- If the old myth that "cows talk once we put an end to slavery, ,
divorce in London, have
sented a number of demands regarding not been heard from on
Windsor at midnight on New Year's eve"were so now we must stop war or war I
few Edward duke of -
a hours working conditions and hours the will
subject. destroy us.-Sherwood
true would have Eddy.
was on his way and overtime many a cow
: pay. Maybe you don't know it, but advised her owner long ago that
from St. Wolfgang,
Pat Casey, labor relations expertfor
Austria. to visit his the producers, said the strike there's a lot of fox-hunting amongus pasture should be considered a cash

fiancee at the Cha- would not curtail operations at any especially down
r. teau de Cande near of the nine big studios and venturedthe south..' Being but a, A"lot crop.Most farmers do not consider pas- Most-Dressed Women

+" Tours, France. The opinion,that the dispute could be of stubborn non- / ture as a cash crop, since they
conformists Women of Nepal, in the Himal-
former king of Great settled in a reasonable and sensible south- never actually see any money be-
> Britain had been manner. He claimed that no more erners do not follow ing returned directly from the pas- aya mountains, are said to be the
the historic rules. A But the is the middle- most dressed women in the world.
? waiting impatiently, than 1,500 of the Hollywood movie ture. cow
z.\ baggage packed, for industry's 40,000 employees were involved party at large wear- man in this case. It is because of When they get costumed for an

S < S_ word that Walliswas in the points at issue, and ing a red coat, this lack of understanding on the afternoon function they wear a
a entirely free, observed that no questions of wagesor white panties and part of dairymen that pasture lands dress composed of yards and
"' and he lost no time hours had been put forth by the high boots would be are the most neglected sources of yards of the sheerest muslin- .-,
Mrs. Simpson when his solicitors striking unions. mistaken for' a ref- L' farm revenue.A sometimes as much as, 100 yards '..

telephoned him from London. The film companies have indicated ugee from a circus complete pasture fertilization of it. The dresses are plaited in
their unwillingness to settle the issue band. And anybody mss' the form of a huge fan-shaped
It took only 25 seconds to make. program, which includes an appli-
absolute the decree nisi which Mrs. of the closed shop and union blowing a horn as Irvin S. Cobb cation of nitrogen fertilization at bunch in front with the back tight

Simpson obtained last October 27. recognition until they know what de- he galloped across the rate of 250 to 300 pounds per and plain. Every imaginableshade

The king's proctor had been satisfied mands in the matters of wages and hill and dale would be, set down as acre in the spring, brings returnsin is used-purple, pale green,

with the lady's behaviour in the hours may be made by their work an insane fish ,peddler; and if you cash four to six weeks after the blue, carmine, orange, white, yel-
shouted "View, halloo! Tantivy, 'ow, turquoise and deep red.
interval, and Sir Boyd Merriman, ers.Fifteen fertilizer is applied to the soil.
president of the divorce court, per- of the largest hotels in San tantivy! Yoicks, yoicks!" or wordsto Experimental work has been tried
Francisco were practically tied up that effect, they'd think you were
sonally granted the decree along i out on a demonstration basis. The
by a strike of 3,500 employees. The a,new kind of hog-caller. results
with a lot of others. have been uniformly good.
strikers were the active Down there they've chased the
given sup- More should make
The date for the wedding of the dairymen
port of 13 unions. They insisted that fox until he's wise. The foxes have
duke of Windsor and Mrs. Simpsonhas plans this spring to treat their pas-
hotel owners had refused to agreeto learned that the hounds can't follow -
not yet been announced, but it tures the same as they treat their
probably will be in the week begin- preferential hiring and a five day trail on a paved highway and other farm crops, and thereby get
week for clerks, although other so quit the thicket for the concrete and milk from their
ning May 24. Edward was willingto more cheaper
groups of hotel employees had been when the chase is on. A fox has
wait until all the coronation hul- dairy cows.
awarded such conditions. been sitting in the middle of the big
labaloo was over for he did not
road the bewildered
listening to
wish to annoy his royal brother in Percheron First Among
Moscow-Volga Canal Is
any way.London On second thought maybe Brer American Draft Horses
Opened by Stalin Fox isn't so smart, after all-not FLOWERS FRUITS
Getting Readyfor MAY day was fittingly chosen with automobile traffic what it is. Among draft horses the clean- VEGETABLES & SHRUBS

the Coronation the opening of the Moscow- 'Tis a hard choice. legged Percheron has always held Demand original sealed

IF ROM all quarters of the earth Volga canal, one of the greatest first place in American markets, bottler, from your dealer
physical undertakings of the soviet something like 140,000 of them hav-
men and women of much, littleor Courageous Republicans. 3cyq
no importance were flocking to Russian government WHO, besides the writer, can re- ing been registered in the stud book
London for the coronation; the dip- For four years when the Democrats held without counting the 30,000 horsesof
lomats were trying on their new 200,000 prisoners their jubilation rallies the night be- almost undistinguishable type in They Are Rare
the French Draft book writerin Only the sparkling speeches
says a
knee have been working
breeches; the peeresses were fore a presidential election and the
the New York HeraldTribune.Gray should be long-about one in 10,000.
buying wigs to make their coronets on the project, these Republicans the night after the returns '
fit more comfortably; the officials, including not only were in, when they had some- was the prevailing color of

troops and horses were being re- Russians, but also thing to jubilate over? Now the sit- the early Percherons imported to
hearsed in their \:: Finns, Letts, Eston- this country, some of which came
parts; the proprie- 4 ;; uation is just the other way around.
tors of parade seats were desper- ians, Poles, and The Literary Digest poll was practically from France almost one hundred ...
ately trying to dispose of them at ,. Ukranians. Many of the only thing the Republicans years ago. They were lighter in t..,.J
cut prices; and hotel managers and them were political had to celebrate during the en- weight and more breedy than the

tradesmen of all sorts were prepar- s prisoners. tire fall season of 1936. modern type; often showing coachy
ing to make lots of money out of p Josef Stalin, dic- Still, we must give that dimin- conformation and action, with a t Finds Relief

this thoroughly commercialized af Josef Stalin tator of the soviet ished but gallant band credit for strong suggestion of Arab blood ,Safe, AllVegetableWay-

union, and President M. I. Kalinin courage. Here, in an off-year, about the head.
fair.One most disturbing feature was were the chief figures at the official they're spiritedly planning againstthe As heavier trucks came in with '
htJ She had given
the strike of the London busmen. It celebration, of the opening of the next congressional "campaign.S more and better pavements, increas- 3', ,1 x. of anything but up partial hope
disrupted traffic just when the city canal. This waterway, part of the ing weight behind the collar was demanded <' ... 'a< Y relief until she learned
1 < famous all-vegetable
was filling up with visitors, and plan to make Moscow actually English Recruiting. by the buyers, and this NR Tablets (Nature'sRemedy
those persons as well as hundredsof seaport, is 90 miles long, has eleven still brought into'prominence the coarser ).But now after years of chrome constipation -
English are having and biliousness
thousands of residents of the city locks, twelve large dams, and util- THE inducing young fellowsto and more sluggish but heavier and -new color and vitality-freedom from bowel pep
izes lakes and man-made tighter-made Belgian horses that sluggishness and intestinal poisons. This all-
and its suburbs were compelled to eight large
the colors. First the
join gov- sometimes tip the scale beam ,at vegetable laxative gently stimulates the entire
get about as best they could. reservoirs.The ernment tried to increase enlist- bowel gives complete -
close to 2,000 pounds. The breed thorough
:- canal begins on the Volga sev-
ments by giving every recruit a giddy elimination.Get D 0 .
. I New Constitution for enty miles below the city of Kalinin new blue uniform, absolutely free made wonderful ,progress in this a 25c box. All %,." . .

': '. Ireland Is Published (formerly Tver), where a large dam of charge, and still the lads re country until motor trucks were per- druggists.

and hydro-electric station have been fused. So now, as an appeal which, fected, and seemingly fabulous
" president prices were reported for some of the
constructed. The lake formed there 'tis believed, no true Britisher can Private ConscienceNo
-* of the Irish Free State made
has been named the Moscow sea and withstand, the military authorities prize-winning stallions both here and person connects his con-
J,. public his proposed new constitutionfor is ninety miles long with an area,of announce that, hereafter, Tommy in Belgium, where the governmenthas science with a loud speaker.
that state which
: :\tl 205 square miles. Atkins will have time off for after- long supervised all breeding operations -
, is to be ratified or ". .'" :J noon tea. to eliminate the unsound

, rejected at general ; Basques and Rebels Fight This may be a new notion for and unfit. [ t
iscite a Fiercely Near Bilbao peacetime,' but, during the great MOR@LnN I'
;. plebM-f&J war, the custom was maintainedeven
;; ,.. in June. The SOME of the most desperate fight- up at the front. Many a time Minorca Large Bird LARGE JARS SOAND100

t,; ment declares all of < "''+' < '. of the Spanish civil war was I've seen all ranks, from the briga- The Minorca is the largest of the

f S(.; Ireland, .its. islands u v ;' :..' : taking place in the struggle for Bil diers on down, knocking off for tea. Mediterranean or egg breeds. It is

: and territorial seas, @:t., ", bao between the sturdy Basques and However, this didn't militate characterized by its size, its lengthof Our Day
included in the nak Gen. Emilio Mola's veterans, reput- against his majesty's forces, be- body, and the large comb and One today is worth two tomor-

!-. .. tional territory, and ) 4''' edly mostly Italians and Germans. cause, at the same hour, the Ger- long wattles. The Minorca shows a rows.-Benjamin Franklin.

.t- "Eire," ancient t ._, :: 1'v : The insurgents had promised not mans, over on their side of the line, long back which has a noticeable J I -
-':. name for Ireland is >< to bomb the center of the city but were having coffee-or what the slope from the shoulders downwardto ,
: : designated the offiPresident bombarded its environs heavily Germans mistake for coffee. And the base of the tail. The'under- To Women: -

', cial name. Ireland De Valera from the land and the air. the French took advantage of the line of the body is also noticeablylong. If you suffer every month you owe

;; is declared "sovereign and independent Disregarding the protests of Gen- lull to catch up with their bookkeeping The tail is rather low carried it to yourself to take note of Cardui

I: democratic state," and eral Franco, Fascist, chieftain, the on what the allies owed them and is well spread. The Minorca and find out whether it will benefit
1": no mention is made of Great Britain. British and French governments for damage to property, groundrent also has long shanks and is well up

The president is to be elected by undertook to remove from Bilbaoa use' of trenches, billeting on the legs, showing hock and part you.Functional pains of menstruationhave

ii::' direct vote for a seven year term. large number of women and chil- space, wear and tear, etc., etc. of the thigh. in many, many cases, been
:. The Roman Catholic church is given dren. These refugees were taken eased by Cardui. And where mal

special recognition, but other away by merchant vessels while The Job of Censorship. nutrition (poor nourishment) had
: churches also are recognized and British warships guarded outside ONE reason why moving pictures Raising GeeseOne taken away women's strength, Car-

I.:: freedom of conscience and practice Spanish waters. Franco maintained so clean is because some acre of rough, unprofitableland dui has been found to Increase the
of religion is guaranteed. Titles of Bilbao was a military objectiveand of the people who censor them have is enough on which to raise a appetite Improve digestion and in, that

: ',_ nobility are prohibited. that neutral nations had no. such dirty minds. To the very fine flock of geese but there shouldbe way certain help to useless build up suffering.a natural(Where resistanceto Car-

t.:. S Support of home life is pledged, right to evacuate the civil popula- pure everything is so impure, is it a small stream of running water.If dul fails to benefit, consult a physician.)
<. and the constitution declares "no I tion as this would lift a burden from not? That's why some of us think this ground is enclosed with wire Ask your druggist for Cardui (pro

' .t law shall be enacted providing for I the Basques and permit them to the weight of popular opinion, rather netting, the geese will be by them- nounced>''Card-u-l. )

:' the grant of a dissolution of mar- concentrate on the defense of the than the judgment of narrow- selves, and not bother other poultry, WNU-7 19-37
: riage." Divorce in other states un- city. brained official judges in various for they are apt tobe quarrelsomeat
der civil laws would not be rec- states, should decide what should feeding time. Geese should have

'I ognized in Ireland. War Department Bill Is and what should not be depicted. only ground grain, though they

<. Ulster, the northern part of Ireland Biggest Since War Time Anyhow, there are so many movies 'thrive on oats after they are grown. THE: CHEERFUL CHERU&
I.' which does not belong to the which, slightly amending the old, Geese have no crop in which to HlH BB B BnBH MB.
:' Free State, received the proposed RESISTING all efforts of the ballad, are more to be pitied than soften their food so wheat and corn It hurts conscience
economists my
I constitution cooly, evincing no de- censored. not suitable feed for them.
ity in the house passed the War de- be ric.h-
sire to unite with the Free State. Sponsors of radio programs also to

.(.J. "We definitely prefer our position as partment appropriation bill carrying lean over backward to be prudishly Were all of
$416,400,000 for the fiscal 1938. Farmers Pay Weed Tax really
:, citizens of the United Kingdom," year proper. But without let or hindrancethe
"t.' said the Ulster commerce minister, This is the largest army bill ever speaking stage, month by Every farmer pays his share of equal rank ,

John Milne Barbour, and this passed in) times of, peace. month, grows fouler and filthier. the weed tax, with the average And Folks
seemed to be the prevailing senti- As passed the measure carries 'Suggestive lines once created a amounting to about $450 a farm a soma starve .

ment. increases in the pay of the army shock in the audience mind. The year, according to a crop produc- while here ajn I

.totaling $5,861,000; clothing and lines no longer suggest-they come tion expert at the University of Illi
Big Strike Is Started in equipage, $5,500,000; military post right out and speak the nastiness. nois. Although much can be done Just holding penniesin

Hollywood Movie Plants construction, $5,400,000; ordnance Sauce for the goose isn't sauce for toward reducing this loss throughthe my hU1k. / V
service and supplies, $5,800,000, and the gander, 'twould seem-or may use of a small fanning mill for *"* <
i' ELEVEN unions of the Federated National Guard, $1,600,000.The be, after the reformers got through cleaning grain, farmers must often ksj'r
Crafts, with bill provides more than two radio and there
#' saucing screen, have their seeds cleaned with spe Y
about 6,000 members, went on strike millions for the acquisition of land wasn't 'any left over for the so cial machines of commercial seeds-

in Hollywood, Calif., and the great at Mitchel field, N. Y.; Kelly field called legitimate stage. men in order to remove the many 0
film industry. there was in serious Tex.; at Tacoma, Wash., and a. IRVIN S. COBB noxious weeds. Ky
R'; difficulties. The strikers counted West Point, N. Y.

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\ ye; ..xv, S+ ?k.C } C\y{.. {' } ?. 5'ax \ n\, \ "il /H YF.: '\yi6.r:$} 'uk...} fY.,, Z Field Marshal Haig I Foreign Words }
Nature and Mind
Had One Sensitive Point and Phrases .
A LL my mind was, wholly
.JI RADIO BEACONy everywhere.
u' Whate'er it saw, 'twas actually Field Marshal Haig failed to I Pioupiou. (F.) A private sol .

__ ..: there; pass 1893 the, staff partly college because examinationin of color kins.dier;" the French "Tommy At- '
." The Sun, ten thousand stagesoff
: to Duff
: The utmost, was nigh star ; in "Haig, according: A Biography."Cooper in Rus town.in urbe. (L.) The country

. E1' f4| Position reported W'\6',I This steamer receives the sS?%it I "Years afterward, when Haig Sub judice. (L.) Under consid-
X:". ::;:<:;r'' Tho' seen from far,
%{$i&: 1| by sinking' shlP'.y WJh : distress signals, but having hr t&Wfl was riding with his aidedecampacross eration.
,, ;.,. ?4 Possibly as much ? c\. #",..,,w, l no radio compass, IS unable c::rP..,., : Was present in the apple of the plains of Flanders," Sturm und Ger. '
drang. ( ) Storm .
S"$* 'It I: ; mine !
: as 50 miles from lW;; : to tell the direction from !SYr'z3. : '; eye. <
!f.\ \tl'f her true position ":1: Y.4 flv: which they come. She can :::::'::{ >t1 O wonder and delight! adds Cooper, "he pointed to a and stress.. .-":;.\
: t .. %'kq.fW: : <;:}:) ;: field in the distance, and com- Villegiatura. (It.) A
% incorrect summer ;
tt'.t the !
to O sacred
< only proceed :; mystery
,, .W'[: :
r.r. %
.z''>'A ;:) t.rr'. :iJ. f/dll V i l mented l
'' : \ }% fMt* %'t, position and so is unable ( :4dWI' My soul a spirit wide and on the beauty of the scar- vacation. ;';
; to find the sinkmp ship let poppies that were growing Belles-lettres. (F.) Refined lit-
:. *:" '<" 1 tw t. t4')=*iY; :w< }tf t. & bright, .
.. there. The discreet aide-de-camp .-
An image of the Deity! ,1"
A most substantial light! murmured his agreement but Cause celebre. (F.) A court >i1
That being greatest which did I looking where the commander in trial of wide popular 'interest. j
mV' nothing seem. chief?was pointing, he couid see Creme de la creme. (F.) The \ '

-Thomas Traherne. nothing but the rich brown earth pink of perfection. ... ., i:,.
t recently turned by the plow." Dies infaustus. (L.) An unlucky .j
'; &: :<> 1 );; ":;'W.k'i i" w:< The steamer hat s shown ,'%iZ:K. H day. .
;' : : k:'>> <'::: .N .
'-x".iJl Y::'''
', < '.' ,... $*4t 1"':::;1 i: above picks jp the distress L0hM.m. ..-.
b .. t'J w,,,+ '''' '&\Mg% tt{:. call on its RADIO COMPASS ttt@J. *:' ,

'*. .,. t:%:",: '>>::w"' ,.'.'fm, ..::'.w.&:.,,,r,'.:.>,:>'t'.<.:'".:d,.. ,which tell the direction J'.' "< :" :
: :"*."-' .w. :::,.,. ;< "'<"::: ;:} of the SOS; therefore i" Sunbonnet Girls Applique Usually, in any environment, : :
._____ V \\\ her navigator disregardsVessel it ft? tt I I ISo two men of intellectuality can't .'
distress broadcasts ;* the reported position and tt-f'ft be kept apart. They find each ,J
the SOS call, giving 1'1. 4 is able by means of theseradio 1<'.t"<'<}.,,1t1."<,: other as the magnet finds the lode- L1
also the latitude and :.>*q'',. hearings .to steer di t-S hf: bedroom ensemble. The patches)* ..
longitude of her position. ''a jd; rectly to the foundering ttt: I' are simple in form-you'll find the stone. .
rfti wrongly stating it to be :J{ s h ship, regardless of fog and IWiktN1'at :: ; work goes quickly. In pattern 5724 .,
the nuint marked E"a storm and save her crew .J.' 'i: :rw you will find the Block Chart, an .'';'

V t ',: \. ,..e'ji d< illustration for cutting, sewing and ITS NOEFFORT
m: <':; f finishing, together with yardage

chart, diagram of quilt to Kelp :'
Rescuing Vessel Locates Ship That Gave the Wrong "Address." / arrange the blocks for single and TO KEEP

double bed size, and a diagram of FURNITUREBEAUTIFUL ,
t Prepared by National Geographic Society. ing extended throughout the world, block which serves as a guide Y 4 J A ak. -,
I I Washington. D C.-WNU Service.THE and radio direction-finders are be- for placing the patches and sug- sYzsr

most magnificent of all ing placed on more and more ves- gests contrasting materials.To WITH ,

; was built before sels, recently even on fishing craft. obtain this pattern send 15 a-CEDAR L.,4 ,.d :
dawn of New Testament There also are direction-finding sta- cents in stamps or. coins (coins
history, but the most remarkable tions on shore which give radio preferred) to The Sewing Circle POLISH IT'S" ;'.

of navigational safeguards has bearings to ships asking for them. Household Arts Dept., 259 W. 14th SO QUICK AND
come only'in the past few years. Street, New York, N. Y.
Day and night a monotonous Distance Finding on Great Lakes.A quaint, so colorful-these EASY TO USE

drone of dots and dashes goes out simple arrangement for distance adorable "Sunbonnet" maidens

over the sea, penetrating the thickest finding is now in use at a with their bobbing balloons-youwon't
rain and fog, to help bring the number of stations, especially on be able to wait to applique .. ''':'' :: :. s
voyager safely home.- the Great Lakes. The radio signal them on a quilt! The block meas ::; :' i&I:1.1'

Today radiobeacons are essential and the sound signal are synchro- ures 9 inches. Here's a long-looked- 1' :.:. .-i......'.":: {:
-equipment'on our most important 'nized to be sent at the same instant for opportunity to utilize those gay \ -' nJN1Wtm I!fl.:.: ''
lightships and lighthouses, and ap- I and the difference in the scraps you've' been saving. You l ;"'AA*f J1l'ES ,.. "' : ;" "::

paratus for receiving radiobeacon transmission time, as measured bya can use the same design on scarfs: .:1....,.:..:..',.\,\,:.:.,.:..:' It.lG G'ASS S .I .. 1 t .
signals is carried on all modern passenger stop watch, gives the'approximatedistance and pillows and so complete s L .:.I.:. :."::" : 10 AT GROCRS'
liners and many other ves- of the vessel from the sta

l tion. This is easily computed whenit
sels.Thus, after 'more than 2,200 years, remembered that sound in air
l we approach the solution of one of travels approximately a mile in five

, mankind's oldest problems. The seconds. The distance, therefore, I
; lofty Pharos of Alexandria, erected is roughly the "time lag" dividedby
by the Ptolemies near the mouth of five.

the Nile, has never been surpassed A comparison of me number of BAH! '
other in height or OHDADDYWHAT A
any Great Lakes which stranded
ships HE'SI'
in fame. Its name
word for lighthouse in the Romance during the four years preceding the LOOK I SEE RIGHT! ( WOULD SAY NOT! I'M DEAD
use pf radiobeacons, with the num- ,JOy AND GLOOMS---
French use it in MB A TIRED!
languages; the ber for the four years following, in- HAPPINESS! GET AFTER PLAYHOUSE "
radiophare (radiobeacon' ). dicates a 50 per cent reduction; ITS GOT Th06ETO
I magnificent also the saving of time by vessels STOP Joys! TEAR( -
tower gave taking radio bearings is a large
the light and the smoke from an factor in economical navigation.The lc/ \ 'EM,
open fire. No progress was madein
for dramatic use of SOS calls in
marine signal lights many
hundred and dangers and tragedies of the'sea is
centuries. Only a ,
familiar Radiograms to r' j
tallow candles enough.
twenty-five years ago Ja s, i ,_ lc
burned in the famous Eddystone and from friends on shipboard are

lighthouse near the English coast, commonplace. Radio also serves
and until 1816 the May Island light navigation in transmitting the cor- V.-- s" _
off Scotland, still used a blazing rect time, a service of prime importance -

t coal fire to guide ships. in determination of longi- -ti tits
Nearly all the major advances in tude at saa. ',

1 I lights and fog signals-the electric When wrecks obstruct channels, Joy t7'M

1 lamp, the incandescent oil-vapor or when storms drag buoys from ---- $ .vay.r
light, the Fresnel lens focusing the their normal locations, radio affordsa
beam in the horizon of the mariner, valuable means of broadcastingsuch
the fast revolving light making it urgent information. Radio also WHYOHyOU WOULDNY/ YOU NEVER I WORK HARD WELL--- IF YOU'D DO
possible still further to gather the transmits reports from marinerswho WHY-.! SHOW M5 ANY CONSIDERATION: / YOU ALL DAYLIE AS THE DOCTOR SAID,
rays into powerful beams, and the observe defects in navigationalaids. LEN/ KNOW J NEED REST! I HAVEN'T AWAKE ALLYOU'D I NOT ONLY SLEEP
fog bells, followed by the whistle. I DON'T BEEN SLEEPING/ WELLBUT N/SHT/ -"AND ALL BETTER, BUT YOU'D
siren, and diaphone-have been developed UNDERWHAT DO YOU CARE YOU DO IS THNKUP / BE A WHOLE LOT
within a little more than a A vessel equipped with a radio- STAND MORE WORK EASIER. TO LIVE
compass can take, a bearing on .; FORME! W17IJsT !
century. ;
another ship sending radio signals, c
Only in the last 30 years has so ;
and thus determine its direction at
necessary an aid been employed as
the, lighted buoy, boon to the navi- sea by the same method it would
his vessel into use with a radiobeacon on shore.
gator who must bring
port at night through treacherous This taking of bearings between aT
ship and ship diminishes the risk of
shoals and narrow channels.
collision in fog, and it also helpsone i
Only the Radio Signal Is Certain. ship to find another which may

The most notable advance was be in distress. The rescue of the
made 15 years ago, when radio- crew of the British freighter Antinoeby
4.. beacons were placed by the United the United States ship President r* ]

,.. States lighthouse service on 'Am- Roosevelt in mid-Atlantic in Janu- "
brose Channel lightship and two oth- ary, 1926, is a notable example of M V 1
er stations in the approaches to New this use of radio bearings.
York. Thus was solved an age-old
Capt. George Fried, then masterof
problem. Only the radio signal penetrates -
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the Roosevelt, immediately OVAYIATISfl. GOT
and rain that blot out
the .
changed his course on receiving 6EAT *
the most brilliant light. It can carry
its of safety through TO FoSTDM
message ,
tinoe were taken 15 minutes.He WE'RE }{
:storms that drown the most power- D1Df
ful whistle. found the Antinoe's position as OH ALL '" q 'LlftElRCKFORffM1|
given was some 50 miles in error; AS HE POSTUM /
... Above the pilothouse of a modern ZRIGI-
liner you will see a small rotatingcoil but, steering by the radio bearings, SUGGESTED? 1 ALWAYS DRIVES r
antenna mounted on a metal he reached the Antinoe in about US OUT./ :
frame. This coil receives radio- six hours. After three and a half
beacon signals now sent out from days' heroic struggle, the 25 men :
important lighthouses and lightshipsmore of the sinking Antinoe were rescued. goy JOY

than 120 of them on the Tragic loss of 42 lives, through
coasts of this country.In lack of equipment for taking radio ,
approaching the coast,'the nav- bearings, is shown in the wreck of q (a fr'y nor
igator of a ship with this coil picksup the Alaska, which sank the very
a radiobeacon signal-perhaps year that radiobeacons came into aoY 'Y
the four dashes from Nantucket J y
i 47
Shoals lightship or the single dots use.One 4cJ
from Ambrose. By rotating his ra- August day in 1921, the Wah- NZY.i\+ oy
diocompass coil until the signal keena, in a dense fog off Cape Men- ; -. \
fades away ("taking the minimum"it docino, California, picked up an SOS '-'--

is called), he determines the direction call from the Alaska. Having thenno
Ii. from which the signal device for telling from which YOUR MONEY SACK.-X
I direction came the call for help, the full purchase price, plus postage! (If you live in
comes, even from distances of IF SWITCHING TO POSTUM3DOESN'T Ltd. Ont.
Canada, address General Foods, Cobourg, )
the hours
Wahkeena cruised for ten
than hundred miles. YOU /
more a y HELP Give Ppstuma/a/Vfr/a/.drinkitforthefull30 days!
Anyone who has stood on the.deck before she could find the sinking -" ** ** Postum contains no cnffein.lt is simply whole wheat
of a liner in a dripping fog, and Alaska. If you are one of those who cannot safely and bran, roasted and slightly sweetened. Postum ,
"j has wondered at the courage of the Today, of course, all outside tend- drink coffee..tiy Postum's 30-day test. comes in two forms..Postum Cereal, the kind you
1 navigators going ahead toward the ers and lightships use radio, and a Buy a can of Postum at your grocer'sand boil or percolate..and Instant Postum,made instantly '
.. unseeable, must realize what a number of isolated light stations drink it instead of coffee for one full month. in tho cup. It is economical, easy to make and deli-
:;,1 blessing this is to tense nerves- and some tenders are equipped with If..after 30 days..you do not feel better, return cious. You may miss coffee at first, but after 30 days,
how valuable is this gift of science radio-telephones, which greatly facilitate tho top of the Postum container to General Foods, you'll love Postum for its own rich, full-bodied flavor.A .
to better navigation and to safetyat reports and orders in emer- Battle Creek, Michigan, and we will cheerfully refund General Foods product.
t sea. gencies. And the lightkeeper's life Copr.1937. King Features Syndicate..G.F.Corp.Licensee (This offer erp/re December 311937.) .

Radiobeacon systems now are be. no longer is so lovely.



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The Clewiston News I The first hour calls were slow and er than a killing of the industry. An

routine I in nature; minor accidents, Legislature Completes enforcement officer, placed on dutyin

a juke-joint quarrel, a drunk or two, Lake Okeechobee by the Fish and

Published every Friday in Clewiston, all in other zones. In short, the guys Game Department and with no other

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS,j in the other boats were gettin' a few Fifth Week Of SessionTallahassee territory to cover, could, within a __

Inc. small fish, the BUZZ-Z- short time apprehend any such offenders -

"Calling car 12, car 12-Woman and those making a conscientious -

on river bank, near boatyards, reported J effort to abide by the laws

Keathley Bowden, Editor acting screwy..-May be drunk, May 13 (FNS).-The other would put a greater than dou- would not suffer as a result.

crazy or suicide attemptInvestigate. Florida legislature counted little of I ble tax-with the maximum $1,000 We believe that seining, carried

Entered second class mail mat- ." "Ok, on the way," Bailey ans- major importance accomplished, but each for stores of national chains in ; on as it is'* at present in Lake Okee-

as wered over the two-way phone, and looked forward to rapid fire passageof i excess of 1,000 stores-with the sav- hobee will be a help rather than a
February 1 1927, at the Post
in Clewiston Florida, under then began a wild ride, weaving our appropriations and any necessary j ing plan to double the present tax hindrance to the propogation of black
Office ,
of March 3 1897. way thru busy Saturday night traf- taxation measures as it" ended its i I if the larger one is held invalid. bass for sport fishing.' But we do

the Act fic, delayed by lights and jams. (We fifth week of the 60 day session. |I A 2 cent a package tax on cigar- urge a more strict enforcement of

had no siren to warn traffic and Striving to follow the simple pro- ettes was introduced.So the prevailing; laws in order that the

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. clear our path). gram of governmental economy laid I was a bill to legalize racing law abiding fishermen may be protected -

Advertising rates on application, We were two miles from the spot I down by Governor Fred Cone in his handbook establishments with an oc- and given a chance to make a

the call came from when we got it, legislative message and in a later informal -| cupational license tax of $100 a year livelihood for himself and his family.

and in spite of handicaps we got communication to senate and I and a 3 percent tax on all money Moore Haven Democrat.

Devoted to the advancement and there in less than five minutes. We house leaders, the legislature has I wagered on races by the bookmakersfor

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry found the river but no woman. Using postponed with purpose the consideration other Revenue was esti-
persons. Keeps Mouth Closed
County. the two-way phone, Bailey verified I I of financing plans until after mated at $7,000,000 a year, part to We are told that the Indian

the location. Where had the call members know just how much, money I go to old age pensions, part to coun- mother of, the past watched her

come from? It was one of those an- they're going to have to provide. ties and part to the .general revenue baby boy at sleep, carefully closing

ExclusiveWNU onymous things, like folks who write The senate passed its $6,752,6291 j fund. his lips, if apart, that he might

letters, to newspapers and won't sign appropriations bill just before week- Legalized operation of slot ma- acquire the habit of keeping them

their names. There are even more I end adjournment Friday, after hav- chines appeared to be dead, after shut, day and night, as' audible

who seem to .take delight in report- ing raised the bill considerably from Oct. 1, when present licenses expire. breathing might, some day, betray

ing law infractions, fires, or what- the total, applied when the appropriations The house already had voted for him when in hiding.

not, but? won't identify themselves.In committee introduced it.
Features repeal of the 1935 law when the sen-
consequence, a large percentageof The house, planning to devote the ate set its forces to follow suit.
police calls are duds-the resultof last of this week-end and the first The Wateree River
Slot machine however
operators, ,
of next to its The Wateree river rises in the .
somebody's imagination. But you own measures, hopedto
were reported to be framing
a new
know all to the senate total Ridge, North Carolina, its upper *
never and calls have to come near so bill which would outlaw the "one .
be answered. The pitiful part of It too much see-sawing would not be armed bandits" themselves but course being known as the '
sometimes permit those things is that cars are often busy making necessary before agreement was would Flowing south into South
permit other coin
operated Carolina, it unites with the Con-
which are a part of our every day such calls when there is a real need reached. devices to be
legal amusements, with garee to form the Santee river.
life to pass unnoticed. Commence- for them somewhere else. Other features of .,the, legislative I an estimated revenue of $7,000,000.
ment brings to our attention the Next was an accident call: motor- week were 'many and varied:

,splendid things which our school has ist hit a pedestrian at a busy corn '
The house
passed a greatly alter-
accomplished even in the face of er. We were there in two minutes. STILL SALT WATER I, I
ed Recovery Act and sent it to the
many difficulties. With a total en- The traffic jam was swell. Where I .. ..
senate. The' measure had a referen- One of the best pieces of news to I .,._,. A.
rollment of slightly over 200 and a do so many cars come from so quickly >Y. ''''', ,' "7."
dum amendment, but supporters rallied come out of Tallahassee since the > "" "' "" :
faculty which must necessarily be and why does everyone have to I I :
sufficient strength in last minute beginning of the session of the
kept to a minimum number the mill around the middle of the street 7A.ft
voting to make another provision -(Legislature insofar Glades I
school has maintained a high stand- like flies around a sugar bowl? I IWhile' as coun- ; 'e >:1f.l ;
that if the referendum I II ?
plan is ty is concerned, was that a bill, in- I/ ;
ard of work and has provided some patrolmen were busy straight _
I held invalid by a court, the' bill to troduced to change the designationof 1J1l
worthwhile activities for its pupils.A ening out the traffic tangle and keep- gv I
ban chain stores will go into effectas I' Lake Okeechobee from salt to
few of organized debatinghas in' the crowd back, arrangementswere ;
i iI
law at once. fresh water has been killed in com 'ts"
developed splendid speakers and quickly completed to send the I' ,41'
A little-county bloc claiming 48 mittee by a decisive vote 'of 17-2.I _
quick thinkers; athletics have been driver to the station, the victim to .l I ;
promoted with a view to group ac the hospital and Car 12 reported members that may be called for on I.This means that the commercial fish- LdAUI !
all measures, and more than 65 on ing industry will continue under its
tivity. The splendid high school play "Back in Service" in less than ten I
minutes. many others, tried: its strength and present status for at least another
and the beautiful Day
May program found it in the house. two for it hardly
satisfactory years seems likely I
have displayed real talent. The Jun- Bein' thirsty, I suggested a Coca- !I "
While leaders said they had no desire that any other legislation of the kind .
ior-Senior banquet and the high Cola, and we pulled into a barbecue : fWJO '
or thought to throw any obstaclein would secure a more 'favorable re- :
school annual (the latter undertaken joint[ but before we could get serv-
the path of beneficial legislation, port from the committee.The .
for the first time this year) wouldbe ed the ever-alert voice from head-. I ;
they nevertheless served notice on bill was introduced by Rep.
creditable to a much larger quarters informed us that someone. \
big county members that they will Paul Rardin, of Canal Point and he
school. was attemptin' to break and enter! ( ,
stand for no plan that will penalize gave as his reason for doing so that
a grocery Steppin' on the
The community is proud of its gas counties in any way. the .fishermen of Lake Okeechobeehad t
so the car jumped like
a frightenedbull
school j it is the one institution which I Possibilities of an extra session been reported as' killing black
frog, we were on Whata
our way.: _
binds all together in a commoncause ride. We went thru 'em, around were voiced .in some, parts of the sen- bass taken from their seines to bait 'H

and as a rule it receives splen- 'em and between the lights, over dips ate and house chambers, but 'were their catfish grounds. 0

did cooperation. The P.-T. A. is an minimized by the veterans of the This story did get out last .
that sent our heads against the top. year Doyouknowthatyoumay l .
essential factor in the school's '
pro- In' three and a half minutes we were body, who have seen legislatures and was. given a great amount of be able to pay for a home, all I....

gress and deserves special commen- pullin' up in front of the store but farther along in their 60 day existence publicity' in East Coast papers. It :your own,for the same money
dation for its assistance. The American than this without for rent;?'Your neigh-
the zone car was there ahead of us one having hardly seemed likely that such was you pay
Legion encourages a high scholastic and the detective squad pulled in I advanced as far in financial affairs. the case for investigation here and bors are doing it. So can you.
standard by awarding two Attention Now, as never before,you can
was to'social conversation with old fishermen disclosed
right behind us, their brakes squealin' funds here
secure on a long-
gold medals each to the
year boy welfare legislation during the week, j the fact that dead bass
I never saw so much law, so term, easy repayable basis at
and the girl in the senior
high quick, in all my life. But it was an- but its progress in all probabilitywill : I on the surface and are of no value terms that keep costs low.

.grades who have the highest record. other dud. Breakin' in the back door, be halted by a senate inquiry in-I as catfish bait. The only thing which I There's no worry,no red tape.

The Garden Club members assume officers flashed their lights to find to affairs of the state social welfare might have caused the fishermen to INVESTIGATENOW

responsibility for decorations for a cowerin' kid in the corner.-son board, which the senate charged, ina kill the bass would have been as a !

various school events, and provide of the owner of the store-who had resolution, needed investigating be- protest against the bill passed in the "v. s

flowers for the banquet and for the been on a party or somethin' and cause of reports of maladministration. 1935 legislative session which prohibit'ed -,

commencement exercises. The Com- crawled into the store to sleep it off The inquiry is expected to last the sale of that variety of'

munity Church Choir provides music before goin' home. until next. week. game fish. Clewiston

for the baccalaureate sermon. At And so it goes all the night thru. An investigation of the national All of which may or may not be r .

other times various organizationsand Ordinarily you 'and I go to bed and 'guard by: house committee fizzled out true. Despite our unbelief that sucha Home Building

individuals support the school. pound our little pearly ears and never during the week. thing was going on, rumors have I A J

in various undertakings.The I give a thought to the guys who, Five day racing, the $5 auto license steadily: persisted that it was and if Association

community is interested in hour after hour I I it is there should be no protection
day after day, night tag, a state drivers' license, a
its school and is proud of its record after night, walk tiresome beats, ride state constabulary, and a score of given to the offenders.

and of its many fine students. in However, as we view it, this con- :.
radio cars ever watchfuleveralertto tax bills, appeared at the midpointof .t;:.):':/ d< ;;-.t.>k',
: guard us and protect our the legislature to be' definitely stitutes a breach of law which should \

'property while we sleep. We expect headed for the legislative scrap heap. require more rigid enforcement rath- ,..
'em to catch every law breaker but Committees reported difficulty in -

US. But if they: question US, we want reaching agreement on the proposed

Too Late To Classify the Mayor to fire 'em. new milk control board law, and on N N N ti N N 1 N N N N N N N N;1 N M H.1 N N 11 N N N N N N 11 ti N i N M 1 N N NN N

There's a lot more that could and the "basic science" law, which would Lyf

CSy 'R.usell Kay ought to be told, but it's too long a I put all practice of healing under the

tory for one column. I'll give you regulation and supervision of' a five

In6Ffld16mDEfnRFUflU .lINIj.Nllilldr another dose later on. There may be member board.Unemployment.

As a rule I don't 'round huntln' cases where the taxpayer gets no return insurance as a
trouble, but when officer Bailey of ( for the jack, he puts out, but state project gained headway as !f CLEWISTON OLF IJ

the Tampa Force invited me to go the few pennies of his dough that go committees brought in favorable report ,
for police protection are payin' dividends of the plan.
for a ride in his newly equipped
with a capital "D".. The house passed two marriage
two-way radio patrol car last Satur- !
"Calling Car 12-Car 12-Dog bills-one prohibiting 'child marriages -
day night it sounded interestin' so COURSE
I accepted. has lady's cat in tree-Investigate". and requiring 5-day notice of

intent to marry and the other to .
. Like a lot of folks I always hada AIRS. SARAH MAGILL take marriage performing powers: 0 '
: ; 'v
crazy idea cops nowadays had'it DIES IiV LaKELLE from the hundreds of notaries public .' ,
pretty soft, the birds .
especially that --- in the state. -oCIJI! _'
pent their time joy-ridin' in nice
Mrs! The house blocked by defeat a
MagilJ58 died Fri-
shiny radio cars, but after spendingseven ,
senate approved bill to abolish the
hours in one of 'em and gettin'a day night at her home in LaBelle
power of the governor to make tem-
personal taste of the proposition, following almost a year of suffering -I porary transfer from one state fundto j. e2iI

I'm tellin' you that a..cop's job, from an Illness from which little another. The senate-passed bill to

whether he takes it on the hoof or hope held for I! allow county commissioners to transfer
was her -
the seat of his pants, is still a man- recovery. I I
funds to meet PWA require- Open to the Public
sized hunk of occupation. Surviving relatives include her
/ ments, however, received. house ap-
Modern radio sluthin' is a whole husband, Frank Magill; four daughters proval.

lot like fishin'. You tune in on the Mrs. Buford Surrency, Mrs./ The house memorialized Congress

head-quarters' operator and its just Harry Delaney and Mis Edith Ma-', to establish a protective tariff .

like droppin a line in the water. You gill of LaBelle and Mrs. Albert Blake I against importation of Cuban and

sit there and wait, never knowin' of Zephyrhills, and one son, Harold, j Mexican vegetables to detriment of

what's gonna happen or where. The of Moore Haven. I Florida growers. ..

fisherman tests his line, squirts a bit Funeral services were held at 10 The fencing fight languished des- I

of oil on his reel, examines the line o'clock Sunday morning at the La-'I pite determined efforts of house pro- "

guides on his rod and wonders if his Belle Methodist church with Rev. J.j ponents to continue it through to

outfit will stand-by him when the E: Hartsfield oficiating. Interment I I the bitter end. A strong anti-fencing ; Moderate Green Fees :: )
big boy strikes. The radio cop awaits was in the Fort Myers cemetery with bloc halted fencing bills each time'
I : s I
that warning signal that precedes a Engelhardt and Spooner in charge they were advocated, and promised Exceptional Fairways-
: and in the of arrangements.
message meantime makes continued guard against advance-

sure his tapper is in his hip pocket, I ment of any: such measure.. Interesting Greens

his service revolver in his holster, Laughter Loses Meaning Chain organizations were the tar-

the flashlight handy and other equip- Jud Tunkins says when a man get for various bills. One would tax

ment in order for any emergency, and laughs all the time, laughter loses I theatres and another would double

Tie too wonders if it will stand-by its meaning and he might as well present scale of chain store:' occupational -

,Jiim when the big; monint arrives. wear a comic false face. license? taxes while still! an-



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: FRIDAY, MAT 14, 1937 ,rIlE: !

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I ,..................'...........-...............................................-.......). I Mr and Mrs. Grover Poole and standard of excellence of the national Man Is Tried For

I .: .;- son, John, of Canal Point, visited organization and the members ; SOME GOOD LAUGHS

I i' ::3 Personal Mention ::_:: I. here Tuesday evening. They accompanied voted to try to bring the society up Killing Of Dog

, ... 1I i a group from the Canal Point to the standard during the year.

1 I .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:...:..:..:. I Christian Endeavor Society to the The president explained that Mr. And Proud of It

i I' [4 Mr. and Mrs. J. Grady Niblackil' conference meeting here. Small had offered to donate the la- "But why didn't you say you were (Moore Haven Democrat!

; were visitors in Miami Tuesday.Mrs. bor of painting the floors of the Scotch in your reference?" Wi J. McClelland, of Tasmania,
"Well, sir, I didna like to boast." went on trial in '
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mr. manse, if the society would furnish county court Tuesday -

ii iiI and Mrs. L. M. Knapp, Mr. and Mrs.R. the paint needed. The members voted for the second time on charges
of Sanford Shine 'Em !
D. C. Hodgkin Up
!I was a week-end visitor in Clewiston. N. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. F. M. gratefully to accept Mr. Small'soffer Bashful Swain-What would you brought by Orr Ingraham, also of

I Wright attended a Glee Club pro- and to purchase the necessary do if you were in my shoes? the Tasmania community that he
I" gram in Pahokee 'Wednesday even- material for refinishing the floors. Heartless Girl-Clean 'em.
h had killed valuable
a dog belong-
,! Mrs. Joe Freedlund of Belle Glade ing. Plans were made for the annual
! the Society in ing to Ingraham. The first trial,
I'' visited friends in Clewiston Monday -- 1 birthday luncheon of Surely He Knows

, J afternoon., June with members of the Catholic "Were you entertaining a man in held March 11, 'resulted in a mis-
E. J. Rogero has returned to his
Altar Society and members of the the kitchen last night, Mary?" trial and at this sec6nd trial the de-
home in Clewiston after a few weeks
If 7 Mr. and Mrs. M." J. Hirsch have Lake Harbor Ladies Aid Society as "That's for 'im to mum."
say, fendent found
in Miami. He is recovering nicely following was "not guilty" by
""j returned after a visit with their invited guests. Mrs. I., M. Pafford,
\daughter in Lake City an operation for the removal Mrs. W. F. Simpson and Mrs. S. W. Gimme Some More! the jury. .

of appendix' which was performedin Houser were appointed on the com- Freddie-Who did Oliver Twist? McClelland was defended in both

:.. Mr., and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and a Miami hospital.Mr. mittee to make the arangements for Father Dickens only knows- trials by W. L. Long of Sebring with

I son spent the week-end with rela- the luncheon. Pearson's Weekly.If County Prosecutor Jas. M. Couse

: tives in Fort Meade. and Mrs. Carawan Nelson of Mrs. R. N. Smith read the Societya taking charge of the prosecution.

r r Jacksonville were visitors in Clew- letter which she had just received Grounded County Judge L. E., Guess was on

Sam W. Johnson of Fort 'Myerswas iston the first of the week, prepara- from Mrs. D. J. Williams, describingthe I Passenger (to pilot) Is this the bench.

a business visitor in Clewiston tory to moving here in a few days. Presbyterial which she and Dr., 'plane safe, sir? Another trial disposed of Tuesdaywas

Tuesday. Mr. Nelson will be in charge of the Williams attended as delegates from Pilot Yes. Safest, on earth. that of Jesse McClelland of La-

,I 1 Clewiston: sub-office of U. S. Engi- the Clewiston Church. Mrs. Williamsalso Belle who was charged with open

Mrs. H. C. Avant spent the week- neers. thanked the Society and vari- All Whetted Up profanity. Charges were brought by

end in Okeechobee with her daughter ous individuals for their many kindnesses 1st Whisker Pretty narrow escape Lou Jacobs, proprietor of a dance

Mrs. Hubert Land and family. lIrsJ.. F. Tippey and Mrs. A. A. to them.Attending we had. hall near LaBelle and he was also

Munroe- motored to West Palm were Mrs. R. H. Collins, 2nd Whisker Yep; close shave. found "not guilty".

Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden Beach Tuesday. They were accomp- Mrs. John Doty, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle,

and sons spent Sunday in Okeechobee anied by Mrs. Tippey's sister, Mrs. Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs. S. W. Hous- Hush!
visiting relatives. Iva Burnham, who left by train for Mrs. Love me still? FREE! If excess acid causes you
I. D.
{, ] i er, Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. Ley- Her Husband Certainly! In fact,
her home in New York after a two dig, Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart, Mrs. Arthur Stomach Ulcers, Gas Pains, Indi-
Crouch I that !
Mrs. M. H. and Mrs. R. months' visit here. King, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. prefer you way gestion, Heartburn, Belching, Bloat-

M. Hare, jr., were visitors in West Leslie Miller, 'Mrs. R. C. Nowling, That'll Quiet 'Him ing, Nausea, get free sample doctor's

Palm Beach Monday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson haveas Mrs. J. G. Niblack, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Waiter-Customer says his steakis prescription, Udga, at Alston's Drug

their guests for two weeks, Mrs. Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs. M. M. Prew- too small. Store. 3mJn18

Claude Downs, Mrs. Fred Patterson's mother, Mrs. L. R. John- I itt, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. I. M. Manager-Take it away and bringit

Hill and Mrs. F. M. Wright were son and her sister, Mrs. R. J. Fried- : Pafford, Mrs. C. E. Robbins, Mrs. back on a smaller plate.

visitors in Palm Beach Tuesday.: richsen of Pensacola. The visitors Joseph Robbins, Mrs. R. N. Smith, L. B. MershonAGENT

came specially to attend the graduation Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. A. W. No Kick About That

R. Y. Patterson spent a few daysin exercises, Bobby Patterson be- Sias, Mrs C. E. Roberta, Mrs. A. L. "You claim you're a good sales-

Tallahassee over the week-end on ing a member of ,the Senior class. Hackett, Mrs. W. H Lanier, Mrs.!! man, yet you say you don't stand

business.Mr. Olin Carleton and Mrs. E.; A. Houser. behind your product. Why not?" New York Life

and Roy Green of Belle
Glade were visitors in Clewiston yes-

terday. I Mrs. G. E. Linkswiler entertainedwith I HOLD JOINT MEETING HEREA Teacher-What does two and two

Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McLure of Can- a tea Friday afternoon honoring make? I NORGE REFRIGERATORS RSI
joint social meeting was held .
al Point were visitors in Clewiston Mrs. C. A. Hake and Miss Alice Jimmie (a keen football fan-
Christian Endeavor Societies of Furniture and Home Furnishings
by Please sir draw.Pearson'sWeekly.
Pratt a I
on Saturday. of West Palm Beach, who were ,
here. the; Lake Okeechobee region in the .

Mr and Mrs. Van Cothern of Okee- Guests included Mrs. F. M. Community Church here Tuesday i
evening. Approximately 100 mem- Needs Some Feelers Household FurnishingsInc.
chobee have moved to Clewiston and Wright, Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, Mrs.
bers of the six societies attended.The "I'm in an awful predicament."
M. Johnson ,
are. occupying one of the Schultz C. Mrs. S. W.: Houser,
apartments.Mr. Mrs. E. A. Houser, Mrs. H. A. Bes- banner for attendance was "What's the trouble?

for, Mrs. J. W. Francis, Mrs. W. F. won by the Canal ,Point society "I've lost my glasses and I can't BELLE GLADE FLORIDA
which had 15 members in attend look for them until I've found
and'Mrs. Hubert A. Land ,and Simpson, Mrs. Olin Carleton, Mrs. "
children of Okeechobee are returningthis F. Deane Duff and Mrs. W. C. Owen. ance. The Pahokee group numbered them.
17, but the distance travelled was
week to make their 'home in J. M. COUSE
Clewiston. MRS. RACKSTRAW: HOSTESS AT considered in the awarding of the FIND OLD TRAIL OFPUEBLO

TEA YESTERDAY AFTERNOON banner and the Canal Point group TRIBESEl Counselor and Attorney at Law

Mr.: and Mrs. L. ,H. Durrence have ---:- won. Hopkins Building

taken ,the Williamson: apartment, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw entertained 1 Entertainment was provided by Wednesdays and Saturdays
stunts, each Society contributingsome Moro National Monument,
f moving here this week from Okee-__ :with a lovely tea at her home yesterday -I I 9:30 to 4:00
stunt for the program.R. New Mexico, is one of the oldest
"r'ychobee.. afternoon. Guests were invit-
N. Smith, who is sponsoringthe landmarks known to the white race
ed to call between four and six o'-
" I Clewiston Christian Endeavor in the Southwest. It was on this
, J. J. 'Harrington and daughter, clock.
in of the enormous sandstone rock, eroded
Society, was charge pro-
Miss Jayne Harrington, left Wed- Garden flowers were arranged in I into the form of a castlethat the J. M. BLOW

nesday for their home, in New York the living room and .on the tea table. gram. early Spanish explorers carved their

for the summer. Pouring during the first hour were LOUISIANA REPRESENTATIVE inscriptions. Long before their com- TITLE COMPANY

-- Mrs. Campbell E. Nail and Mrs. W. SUPPORTS SHIP CANAL ing the prehistoric cliff dwellers occupied ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
L. C. Sturgiss has returned from F. Simpson. Mrs. F. M. Wright and the site. HENDRY AND DADE COUNTIES

Arcadia where he was confined in Mrs. Keathley Bowden poured during Washington, D. C., May 13 (FNS) Recently one of the hand and foot
318-22 Miami Fla.
Sejbold Bldg. ,
the hospital for two weeks for med- the second hour. Representative Rene L. Derouen, trails used by these Pueblo tribes

ical treatment. The guest list included Mrs. J. E. Ville Platte, La., House DelegationDean was_ discovered, says the Depart-

Beardsley, Mrs. L. H. Robbins, Mrs. and a member of the Rivers ment' of the Interior. It lies along

Mrs. Glen Etherton has returned R. H. Collins, Mrs. W. M. Bradnack, and Harbors ,Committee, announced I the first great crevice west of the .I

l from a visit of, a week with her Mrs. ;H. A. Bestor, Mrs. J. W. Fran- this week. that he favored and ':would I famous inscription written by the

: j mother, Mrs. F. R. Maxwell', in Mi- cis, Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Mrs. Leah support the proposed Florida ,Ship conquerer Onate, which is on the I .

I ami. Spicer, Mrs. A. O.'Ward, Mrs. G. H. Canal and stated that other Louisiana south side of the cliff. Dim in ?7IUZI/UFLOIDA

Small, Mrs. C. E. Miner, Mrs., A. A. representatives probably would places, the narrow trail leads from '\

Dave G.> Alston left Tuesday to Munroe, Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs. J. W. back the project. shelf to shelf, apparently having for

join a party of friends on a trip into Moore, Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. 'L. A. Governor Richard W. Leche of its goal a natural reservoir of water.

Old Mexico. Mr. Alston will be away Turner, Mrs. J. Grady Niblack, Mrs.M. Louisiana is leading an effort to secure To date the upper reaches of the

, i about a month. E. VonMach, Mrs. Keathley Bow- an alliance of all seaboard and ancient pathway have not been- at- !1f]
I' :, den, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. E. J. gulf states to work for the comple- I tempted. ... m

Mrs. R. 'Y. Patterson, Mrs. L. R. Rogero, Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. F. M. tion of this important waterway.In Modern inhabitants of the region "W pJ t.
Johnson, Mrs. R. J. Friedrichsen, cannot qualify for climbs taken in
Wright, Mrs.] W. F. Simpson, Mrs. a letter to Representatives Jos.J. .
Bobby and Dick Patterson were vis- the normal stride of the agile, moc- [ I !i
Olin Carleton, Mrs. S. W. Houser, Mansfield, of Texas, Secretary of
itors in Fort Myers Tuesday. Mrs. E. A. Houser, Mrs. Fred Hen- the Navy Swanson gave the follow- casin-shod aborigines. The undersides 1 1
of the projecting ledges on "!
,ricksen, Mrs. H. H. Turner, Mrs. M. ing views as to the naval value of 'Jii1
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Thomas and the face of the cliff are stained
I J. Hirsch, Mrs. G. B. Thomas and the canal from a national defense I [iJ; :
Mary Louise Thomas are spendingthe with moss and algae, seeming to !
Mrs. G. E.
week-end in Lakeland and Safe-. standpoint: prondse a water basin, high up on
-I "While it is the practice of the the wall. & {
ty SHIRLEY ANNE OWEN HAS navy department restrict its com- JjjIStop
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PARTY ON 6TH BIRTHDAYMrs. ment to matters bearing directly up- Jazz Makes Worm Turn
5 Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Anne Pafford,
.. on the navy and its use in the national Jazz may save the silk industry of
/ Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson and
W. C. Owen entertained a defense, I have no doubt that Japan by killing one of its worst en- ,
Mrs. Olin Carleton attended a music
large group of children with a party the proposed canal, by shorteningthe emies. A Japanese scientist, says a
recital in Moore Haven
I Friday even- I for her daughter, Shirley Anne, on distance and providing an addi-: Tokio dispatch, declares that the

ing. her sixth birthday Wednesday. The tional route for sea-going vessels be- syncopation has fatal effect'' on a ,'",I

afternoon was spent in games' on tween the Gulf of Mexico and the parasite worm which is attackingsilk. .;

Motoring to Belle Glade Sunday the lawn. Cake and ice cream were Atlantic Ocean, would be of value The maggot so greatly' detests ':
afternoon Mrs. Leah at the ,
were Spicer,
served to the youngsters and boxesof during war to the shipment of ,ma- jazz that when near_ a phonograph
I Miss Marion Leydig, Miss Ulla Jac- I the strains it burrows deep
pop-corn were distributed. terials necessary for both militaryand playing
: obsen, Miss Roberta George and R tLoteL Patricia Ji
Invited guests were Dicky and commercial use." into the body of the silkworm to

H. Hall. John Schiffli, Kay Bowden, Jean get away from the sound, and thereit .,j

Yenawine, Mary Louise Thomas, SEVEN CHANGES TO ,dies of suffocation in less than ',
Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. Olin 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUE '
Bub and Gene Mills, Mary Ellen MAKE: FARMING! PAY half an hour.
Carleton, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Roberts ,
Smith, Carline and Bobby Berner, "
i and Mrs. Martha Ludekins and Seven things southern farmers Oyster Beds Made to Order All Outside Rooms With : 1
Nancy Wright, Richard Knight, '
: Mrs. E. A. Houser were visitors in must add in order to make southern Oyster beds made to order are :
Bath .
Charles and Rachel Miner, Mitzi and i Pi hate ? ,:
Fort Myers Monday afternoon. agriculture prosperous are thus sum- part of the campaign of the govern-
Larry Knapp, Margery and Junior
----- : I marized by Editor Clarence Poe of ment of the Philippines to stimu- COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg motored McCracken, Bobby Smith, Joan and The Progressive Farmer:- late the cultivation of the bivalves. ',

I, to' West Palm Beach Saturday I Patricia Linkswiler, Vollney Rob- 1. We must add animal produc- Experiments indicate that the Overlooking Biscayne Bay ::

evening to take -Mrs. R., H. Knight, bins, Anne and Louise Prewitt: Clark tion to plant production.. "hanging system" offers the most ;

jr., and two/,sons, who left by train Ironmonger, Emma Jane Ezelle, Patsy 2. We must add winter farming to promising results. Empty shellsare Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and :

for Auburn, Alabama for a visit of I Meredith, Corrine and Eleanor Von summer farming. strung on galvanized iron wire Business Section. :i.:.:

I several weeks with relatives. Mach, Edward Bourne and Jo Anne 3. We must add soil building to and hung from floats or fences .

\ Crouch. soil use. which gather seed' to develop the RATES

Several Clewiston teachers have LADIES AID SOCIETY ;1IEETSWITII 4. We must add scientific forest oysters. t j

I. left for their homes for the summer MRS. NIBLACK:, MRS. management to scientific field man- I $1.50 Single <
I DOl.'YI True to Type
months. Miss Saundal Watson returned I agement.
'-' to Quincy, Miss Dorothy Craig to Mrs. J. G. Niblack and Mrs. John : 5. We must add marletingslill When the bust of Lord Kelvin, $2.50 Double j

Tarpon Springs, Miss Victoria Cur- H. Doty, were hostesses to the Ladies to production skill. the great Scottish scientist, was unveiled .

f tiss to Lake ,Wales, Miss Lucille Aid Society at its regular meeting 6. We must add community at Washington, U. S. A., a Special Family, Weekly & I
cable of words
Hampton to LaBelle and Miss Livonia Thursday afternoon at the home of achievement to individual achieve- congratulatory 1,500 monthly Rates I ':1-
\ Congdon to Alva. Mrs. J. E. Mrs. Niblack in the Hopkins Build- ment. I was sent by representative men of
science in England. Scottish scien- '
; Baker, a recent bride, left Tuesday ing. 7. We must add the power of or- S. D. McCREARY, Ploprietoi : ::

I, to join Mr: Baker who has a splendid During the business session there ganization to the power of personal'I .,tists sent" Felicitations a cable containing'' one

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The Gets Us

It isn't the rooster's, early rising
that makes him unpopular. It's

O Kathleen Norris his continual crowing about it.
WNU Service. Allow your nature to be thor-
oughly explored and you may
cease to be interesting.We .

all have, two eyes and one
tongue. Therefore we should see
twice as much as we tell.
CHAPTER I Victoria could not appreciate her "I don't think Mother knew I was combed his wet hair found himselfa All the work that is done on the
-1- beauty, even when new men were coming." fresh collar. Meanwhile there wasa farm is worth every cent of the
Victoria Herrendeen came up introduced to her and held her small "Oo, Dad," said Victoria, fearfully little idle talk between him and money that is paid for it.
from the beach with her sandy fin- sandy hand while they asked her "she likes you to let her know!" his wife, and Victoria had an un- A city man in the country is in
gers tight in her father's hand the question all the other men had:" "1 know she does darling and i comfortable familiar sense that doubt about the hostile or peaceful
Those' girls down there had been "Do you know you have a very something vaguely
did. But when I left the station unpleasant was intentions of even a cow he meetsin
mean to her because she didn't un- beautiful mother?" just now the telegraph man came brewing. the road.Quality .
derstand the French they were jabbering She would look at her mother on out and said: 'Are you going over "Nice down here?"
with Mademoiselle and they these ,occasions and smile shyly. to Cutters'?' and I said. 'Yes.' And "Perfect days; that is, except Not Quantity, CountsAn
had laughed at her. When Dad pleased, but 'a little puzzled, too. he said 'Here's a telegram then Tuesday. 'Member that Tuesdaywas egotist mistakes a big head
had appeared, with his usual smile. Was it so important? for some Mrs. Herrendeen-the tel windy and foggy, Vic?" for greatness.All .

wearing his old blue coat and the Evidently it was very important. ephone wires are down.' And it "It was cold in town," Keith Her- "gentlemen's agreements"are
loose old white trousers Mother Anyway, for that reason or some looks like my telegram." rendeen said, without waiting forVictoria's not made by gentlemen. That's
sometimes let him wear on a sum- the trouble.
other everyone did really make a "Oh yes, they are down," Vic- answer.
mer morning, he had looked to his Mischievous natures like
fuss about Mother. She toria "So to see
great agreed eagerly, giving a skipof someone was saying. Mrs.
daughter like an angel of light. Here laughed about it, but of course she sheer delight because it was sum Herrendeen bunched her beautiful how prodigiously they can make a

was her unfailing friend and cham- liked it, too: I mer, and Saturday morning, and almost shining fingernails and looked at pompous person swell-up.
pion. Some
VIctorIa'smother always had time for lunch, and Dad was them thoughtfully. "Great' doings people can say what they ffJI
He came down from the San flowers; men brought them when here. "I know because she tried to here for the Harwoods-the news- think and still be silent
Francisco office when he could not The man who tries to under-
; "
they came to tea. even in winter. telephone Johnny last night. paper people, she said.
every week-end but at least every stand women usually ends by mar-
The Herrendeens did not have din- "Johnny? "Tonight? the man asked evenly -
other week-end. and when he was rying one-and remaining in ig-
ner'parties themselves. because the "The polo Johnny. after a pause.
there Victoria had the companionshe apartment was so small, but evenif "Oh, yes Mr. Kendrick: It "Small party," his wife said norance.
loved best in the world and Mother did not have a maid at sounded like one of your friends." lightly and briefly. "Bridge for

the had best time any little girl ever any other time she always was in "You're my friend, Dad" Vic- Lady Cuthbertson. She's here on

on a beach. touch with a nice colored girl or a toria said kissing his hand. the Harwood yacht. They've all Young-looking Skinat

Dad was a chemistwhateverthat clever Japanese woman or a young They went up the path where the gone mad over her." 35-Now a Reality
was-and worked in a labora- Chinese in purple and and
gold blue daisies
and marigolds were stirring "You've I "
to ?
got ,
go suppose .
tory with a man named Butler, who. who came in to serve tea. And uneasily in the soft sea wind, and A y<' For Women!
was mean to him and lot of other / "
a men-or more often a man-came past the white gate'that always "You wouldn't, I suppose?" An-
men who were nice. Victoria knew i then, and whoever he was, he looked as if it were washed and other pause. :'!-:-. L'., :, THOUSANDS of women
about Butler because she had often \ ".
allure of
brought flowers. blown clean' by the winds and into "No Dad said and
heard her mother "Butlerwouldn't briefly qui- ", youthful, dewy-fresh skin at
say, Orchids and gardenias, and great the big wide-open porch door of etly. ,<.. 30-35-40 and even after!
put it over on me that \ ... Now a modern skin creme
way, Keith. I'd not'stand itl! I soft melting begonias in tones of the boarding house. "I suppose not. But-being bridge :+. ; acts to free the skin of the
wonder what do." peach and warm cream, and long- Her hand was still in his LS they Victoria's mother began hes- darkening "age-film" of semi-visible
particles ordinary
you stemmed roses and sweet dark vio- crossed the hall and entered her itantly. She looked at his face as move. Often only 5 nights enough cremes to cannot bring out re-
They loved each other dearly, she lets-these were always in Mother's mother's room-an airy room, with she. spoke. divine new freshness-youthful rose-petal clear-
and her rather. They were exquisitely rooms. She said that she would feel flowers in it, and the good scent of "You feel you have to go?" nessand,freckles.toeliminate Ask for ugly Golden surface Peacock pimples.Bleach blackheads -

happy together. While she really poor without them, and Vic- the sea. "Well, Keith," his wife began, .Creme. today at any drug or department store
send 50c
waded and he made beach fire or to Golden Peacock Inc.,
a toria suspected that Dad would do "Not here," said Keith Herren- with an eloquent shrug, "you see, Dept.E-315,Pans, Tenn.
and scrambled eggs and boiled co- anything to keep Mother from feel- deen."She's. it's only two tables," she went on

ing really poor. playing golf, maybe." making a fresh start. Your Own
He had confided to Victoria that "Well, what shall we do?" "That's' all right," Keith Herren- You can see some people mak-

they were poor, quite poor. He had Victoria, feeling a little uneasily deen said heavily in a tone that be- ing a spectacle of themselves and

been very rich once, and could give apologetic for her mother's absence lied his words. laugh; but there are others who

Mother those pearls, and furs, and regarded him hopefully. (TO BE CONTINUED) grieve you to the heart, for they
everything she liked, and then she "What would you like to do?" are nearer to you.
had had flowers-many more than "Let's have lunch, first-then we Custom of Holding Wakes

these even, every day. And then can decide." So they went out to Traced to the Old Norse
she had had a great big house to the Salisbury steaks and the corn Why Laxatives
The term wake has been traced
1 put them in, and servants to find muffins and the baked potatoes, and ., _"'
back to the Old Norse vaka, and
s1 vases for them. Mother had had a Victoria had two pieces of peach is met in Swedish with the same Fail In Stubborn .
maid, and Dad a valet pie. "You'll get fat, Vic," her father -
KI I form. In Norwegian it is voka,
"And did joo like that Dad?" said. and we derive it from Old English Constipation
Victoria ask. "Salt air" said Vic. I
might woe (1200), which became wake Twelve to 24 hours is too long to walt
1ti sib But this had been in the old days They went to a little tent circus I about the same time, according to when relief from clogged bowels and
when had the house with that afternoon all the childrenwere constipation Is needed, for then enormous
they big ; a writer in the Literary Digest. The quantities of bacteria accumulate
I p Ferdinand in the downstairs hall going, and Victoria was en- watching of relatives and friends causing GAS, indigestion and
and the dumbwaiter and the chauf chanted. many restless, sleepless nights.If .
15 beside the body of a dead person, you want REAL, QUICK RELIEF,
feur. These had faded away, some- The circus was wonderful, too and the feasting and drinking that take lerika.liquid Ad-

\ where around the time of her seventh and Victoria was tired and blissful took place during a part of this thartic and carminative Ingredientsthat
q/7ff\\4/ birthday, and the big motor- and quiet on the way home; but she time was known among the Irish act on the stomach and BOTH

\ cog cars with them, and the Herren- did rouse up when she and her father and Scots as long ago as 1400. \ contain bowels. one Most ingredient"overnight"that acts laxatives on the
deens no longer went to great big went into their big room to find wake was originally an annual festival lower bowel only.

hotels and lived in great big rooms Mother there stretched out flat on or holiday during which timea your Adlerika's system DOUBLE a thorough ACTION'cleansing gives,
with letters embroidered on the towels the bed with the powder-blue taf- fair was held, particularly: in Scot- bringing out old poisonous waste matter

/ and telegrams and flowers in feta cover over her, sleepy delicious land. It was the feast of the dedication .- sour that stomach may,have headaches caused and GAS sleepless pains,
yellow envelopes and big green affectionate. of the parish church. nights for months.
IuJJ boxes. "Oh. hello, you darlings," she The annual fairs held in Lanca- once Adlerika. and usually relieves removes stomach bowel GAS con.at
They moved to a small apart- said. She stretched a hand toward shire are called wakes., The wakesare gestlon in less than two hours. No

ment, and Victoria discovered to her husband, and he stooped over generally held on or about famous waiting treatment for overnight has results.been recommended This-
her ecstasy that her own bedroomwas her for one of their quick kisses"I I the day of the saint to whom a by many doctors and drug

They Went Up the Path. right next to a similarly simple knew you'd carried her off some- church is dedicated. These are half gists hour for 35 before years.breakfast Take Adlerika or one hour one-
room. where her mother and her fa- where because the Kinsolvings' the grand events of the year from before bedtime and in a short while
coa, they liked to plan dim future therNow she could go in nurse came up here half an hour : which dates are often reckoned; you all will Leading feel marvelously Druggists. refreshed.At .
days In which they two would live her pajamas in the early morningand ago, she added, jerking hei long I and it is customary for friends froma
alone on a desert island and signalto sit on their knees while they lovely body over so that he could distance to visit each other during
the people on the shore for what were in bed and talk to them. And find a narrow ledge on which to Wakes week. In England one OverEstimateSome
they wanted. now she was never lonely any more, sit. "Sit there, Keith. Did you frequently hears people lamentingthat think they are urevolutionary" -

She was an odd-looking child, not for there was school and there was have a nice time, Vicky?" the Wakes are beginning a when" they are only.
. pretty yet, but too small to worry Dad every night. Victoria burst into a very de- sure sign that winter is not far off. "quarrelsome.

about looks herself. Her mother, He taught her how to cook; chocolate lirium of reminiscence, but as she Bowdon Wakes 'are the earliest, and

however, was extremely concerned cornstarch custard and baked presently discovered, neither par they have given rise to the proverbial
about them. She had just begun to potatoes and apple sauce; it was ent was listening to her. Her father saying "When Bowdon Miss n .
realize that Victoria might be quite all fun. took off his coat and vest and collar Wakes is Bowdon, winter is at ft

lovely some day-or striking, any- and began to walk back and Newbridge Hollow. Newbridge REE LEEF
_ way, distinguished-looking-and was On this hot August Saturday, com- forth between the bureau and the Hollow is about two miles from
f watching her keenly for signs of it; ing back from the beach with her washstand: there was an old-fash- Bowdon. At Moberly it is, or was, says:
-. but Victoria did not know that. Mrs. sandy hand tight in his, she said: ioned washstand in an alcove, and the custom foi farmhouse servantsto 7
' Herrendeen said to herself that if "Did Mother meet you?" he washed his face and hands there be hired at the Wakes.IATtiLIL .

:,. the child ever grew up to that big "CAPUDINErelieves
r,- red mouth, and if the deep-set slate- ,

i gray eyes opened a little more, and
a, if the thick straight tawny hair were
i cut and curled into a becoming [HJ fE4DAC i m:
"; shape, and the dark, freckled skin quicker because
t. cleared, she would be all right. But
;, the big teeth had to be straight- it's liquid...

. ened and the hair brushed -
i. Magda Herrendeen might indulge ouietuly &i fired

: in a little sigh ,about it, deep in her

own soul. She was far too fond of O D i
&,- Victoria far too
loyal to everyone
she loved, her own small daughter o 66LL ALL FLIES

!; included, to give the child any hint PLee9 anywhere. Daisy Fly
; of it. 'Vicky's life must be happy, c) 12121: : S9 Guaranteed Baler attracts, etlectlve and kills, Neat Slee.a .
serial convenient-Cannot spillWilnotsoil -
4. confident, free; she must never feel new orinfureanything.
? any inferiority or shyness. Lasts all season. 200 at
'. dealers IIarold tiomcreV Ina,
\..... Magda had had no trouble with 350 De l3al b Ave.B'k1ynN.Y.sit.
her own beauty. It had been, given with 1 t '
Tempestuous poignant deep significance xk
} < t
% her at about fifteen as a complete ,

gift from the gods. It was flawless; the foremost story by America's foremost writeris
it was only comparable to other

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nervous hand and modeled arm. It
F, was a glow, a fragrance, a light "
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Christian literature: lOc stamps or coin.
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i .Lesson for May 16 D I Events in the Lives of Little Men 1 I D [ U ,.,,,":'.'J-\1,


Yeah, What? ft
LESSON TEXT Genesis 26: 12-25. V Little Boy-Dad, why are all I r
GOLDEN TEXT-Blessed are the peace. those holes in the board? .a;
makers: for they shall be called the children x r/ ; -':.; ,, ; >J.rqyy STANDKGBEUIN& THE Dad
of God. Matthew 5:9. a Carpenter-Son, those :. :fi
PRIMARY TOPIC-A Man Who Wouldn't : POO/2, LAQffj TUB CUB are knot holes. '.',
Quarrel.. OH7rV Little Boy (after a long silence) ,';:
TOPIC-Was Isaac a
JUNIOR -Well if they are not holes what
How to Prevent Quarrels. : DID Ate SBB BUT are they, ? ;_
Promoting Peace. A PISTOL, l.


,In a world largely dominated by t UB 7U&UST IT INTO ...
the philosophy that might is right, v ; : i N" P//27V// DAWS BACK AND j

and in which men are urged to as- vE2Y NONCHALANTLYO&D5J2ED ',,
sert themselves and demand their '1
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rights, exacting them even by law- ; MA2cN If ONE 1rZE- >k<
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: less and violent methods, it is increasingly : 1
:" ,':: MOVE; AND J'Lt GET ": '<
f / :::;t.1
difficult to proclaim the ,:< 0 /' 0 iOU NAVE IT"pe SA/D. 2g; <:;i' k ",
0 -
truth that meekness is not weakness I.

( 1 and that the Christian virtues of pa- o// P Saunders-Jones. wrecked his .:J
tience and long-suffering are not car yesterday. J..,
simply outmoded theories 'which do ; Sanderson-What was the mo- '
not fit our modern world. 1- tive? :".

The story of Isaac, the second of Saunxlers.-Loco. ,

the patriarchs, is instructive from I V -: ;-- )x e4 '<

beginning to end. The five chap- Subtlety ',;..1'1

ters preceding our lesson merit A customer sat down at a table .

careful reading. Isaac had come in a smart restaurant and tied a J

through many blessed experiencesand napkin around his neck. The scandalized ,,.'1
had also sadly tasted the defeat manager called a waiter

of unbelief and sin before we and instructed him: "Try to make .- ':

reach the time of our lesson. Fear- r him understand, as tactfully as :r

ing a famine, and evidently not be- possible, that that's not done." .;

ing certain that God would care for 1 --T' Said the thoughtful waiter to the j

him, he had gone down from the customer: "Pardon me, sir. Shave ',

promised land, and was dwellingin or haircut, sir?"-The Kablegram. '
the land of the Philistines. But 51

God had not forsaken him, and even Never break your bread or roll ..

\. there he blessed him.I in your soup.-Etiquette hint in .{;

I Peace, Prosperity, and Envyvv. -T\ an English paper. .:

( 12-17). / ------- ) I
Isaac was at peace although he (C"fI-rIJhr. W. N. v.) Hardening: Him "

was in the enemy's territory. God "What's the idea of poking the : :
had given him great prosperity with broom in the baby's face this :-.
I the result that the Philistines hated \ morning?" :,::

him. Times have changed, but men The GREETINGS WHAT HAS MV I'SAW A VERy 5L. ,vINGAWAY I ANSWERED THAT "I just wanted him to get used ,.J
., are the same. Many are they who DOLL BBEM POOR BELL to kissing his grandfather."-The .
will not have the Lord Jesus Christto z SHOW TODAVTUST OUT A HANDSOME 'looNENJ"O'IN Kablegram.
rule over them, but who cast en- I < / MAN WAS THEREr-
vious glances toward those who be- F -
cause they have honored God have H Give some thoughtto
honored him with of
been by peace '
heart and have been prospered in E the Laxative you take ,

whatever they do. (Read Psalm 1.) r'
\ Constipation is not to be trifled .
'&v Note that Isaac's testimony is A : II II with. When you need a laxative, ';':

I strengthened by his willingness to you need a good one. -.

yield even what was his right, Black-Draught Is purely vegetable .

rather than cause contention. Un- 1// I reliable. It does not upset the ,.

doubtedly there are times when one TH / stomach but acts on the lower bowel, .
his and his '
must defend name possessions -
relieving constipation. ,:
but all too often those who f
When you need a laxative take :;
"stand up for their rights" have <
& purely'vegetableBLAC5.DRAUGHT
wrecked homes, churches, and nations IE :

and have gained nothing but

an empty victory.II. .

rary (vv. 18-21). BU-t--ISM COME IN AND HAvE SEEN! THE HOLD VP

I wells, and for a time he was againat ? CLEAVE OLIT OF IT- To WISH YOU Peery's Vermifuge "Dead Shot" kills
and expels worms in a very few hours. One '
peace, but not for long. He was ouR OLD HAP 5TEppEDCLEANER dose suffices. It works Quickly and sorely.
still in the land of the Philistines.We E. TODAY All Druggists. 60c.

are in the world. We long for OESt--l'T- OUT DftPeerv'sVermifuSI

peace, we would throw all our influ- ciaAND\
ence on the side of peace. But let A 1 I'

us not be misled, for as long as sin

is in the world there will be strife D y
and war. i 1 Wrlents Pill Co..100 Gold Street, N. Y. City
Many noble Christian men and :
women have permitted their God- S
Beginning: of Science
given hatred of war and killing to BYOsborne Men love to wonder and that is
mislead them into support of un- _
the seat of our science.Emerson.Don't .
scriptural and impossible peace programs -
t often to the loss of their interest I LET HIM" ..
I "rHE Rut's
in the preaching of the gospel o c
and the winning of soulsto Christ. (c>-WNU

But is there then never to be
"peace on earth"? HOW COME. I'LL COf..JFESS-

III. Perfect Peace in the Presence F y EZ FELL OFFICER i MADE tslt IME: A LIFTlJIT' Neglect Them I _
of God (vv. 22-25). DOWN ? A FALSE IiS LADe
( Nature designed the kidneys to do *
I When Isaac came up into Canaanthe HOW 'BOUT HELPIN marvelous job.Their task is to keep the
flowing blood stream free of an excess of
land which God had promised .
I ME ,? toxic impurities. The act of living-Hf*
I him, he found permanentpeace; and itstlf! is constantly producing waste-
renewed fellowship with God. Evenso matter the kidneys must remove from
'II the blood if good health is to endure.
the Christian man and woman N'H When the kidneys fall to function a*
who will step out of a spirituality- Nature intended, there is retention of
waste that may cause body-wide dis .
destroying fellowship with the world 1 tress. One may suffer nagging backache
and will come wholly over into the persistent headache,attacks of dizziness
getting up nights, swelling, puffiness
spiritual Canaan will find true peace under the eyes-feel tired,nervous, all
and intimate communion with God.A 0 worn out.Frequent.. -
,scanty or burning passages
broader application of the same I E may be further evidence of Kidney or
truth before the bladder disturbance.The .
brings us teachingof recognized and proper treatmentIs
Scripture that when the One who a diuretic medicine to help the kidnnyi
has a right to reign, the Lord Jesus .y \ ret Use rid Doan'a of excess P\lla.poisonous They have body had waste.more

Christ, returns to take his throne, than forty years of public approval.Are
then and not before will endorsed the country over. Insist on
peace OF Doan't Sold at all drug stores.
cover the earth. In the meantime
r those who bear the beautiful name THE

Christian, who are true follower! of

the Prince of Peace, will give them- (
selves to such patient, loving, and F NEY. oolsY VOLJ ) ( Si s- BUT Ol'

longsuffering testimony to Him that TAKE WANT ME LTo > POMT WANT I Poor Pupils

their personal influence will be toward ,0 IT AISY. GeT ( 1"' SHTAV. -rHERE, Too many graduate from the

peace in the home, in the yoU TO THE'HOsPITAL *=S- school of life without honors.

church, in the community, in the \ INI
ri earth. R A HURRY 2

(ft Always remember that God's : r ;-
, Word the Bible is S / LARGE SIZE
our guide. Let 61Oc51zE S S1.20
I us read it diligently, intelligently, C

prayerfully. To4 help the reader to .,
do this, the writer' of these notes q

will be glad to supply without cost E ",;
or obligation Q pro
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Lake Okeechobee rules for meal planning as well as to see placed the proposal before the Ingredients of a Haggis Growth of Icicles
please the fussiest member of the committee and said he would introduce The ingredients of a haggis are Icicles grow faster on a clear

Retains Designation family."A an enabling'' resolution. the chopped hearts and livers of day, at zero weather, than they cans'
good garden will produce Floridians have been active as sheep, mixed with onions and herbs, on hazy days, even though the tem ,.
members of the Taft Memorial High- and boiled in a lamb's stomach.
enough vegetables for storing and perature goes down to 30 below. r"
(Moore Haven Democrat) canning, as well as make it possiblefor way association in furthering the ,
Due to the efforts of Moore Haven the family to have enough vege- plan and the national convention of .
and Okeecliobee delegations and the organization was recently held :" ...A._ ._, .
tables to serve twice daily, she said -1J--i 'jliif" ;t. 'j
the ; UIIIi. !!!._. i.JfY.'f 7rn..r.i.r '
the work. of district legislators, in conclusion. at Arcadia when many delegates -- -- : ;
bill introduced last week by Rep. from states along the route attended. -

Paul Rardin of Palm Beach countyto IIM 1 NIN 1 NINON..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NINININIII f 1 1/ .
change the designation of Lake, The highway leads from Saulte St.1 r
Okeechobee from salt water to fresh I HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES Marie, Michigan, through Michigan, ,
water for the purpose of closing the AVqekly from Home DemonstrationS Ohio, Kentucky' Tennessee, Georgia
lake to commercial fishing was killed Specialists, Tallahassee and Florida, terminating at Fort My-1
in committee by a vote of seven- ers.
before ..:N N N..NON N N N:N11:N:N.o:M:N:NN..:N:N N M:N:N I
teen to two when it was brought -

Investigation DelayedIn
is believed that the margin by .'FJ :

which it was defeated will discourage "Picnicking" may be one of the Poisoning DeathMoore ... Qt, .
any other attempts to Introduce words most people can't spell cor- .

other legislation of the kind during; : rectly, as a popular author says, but

the present session. Another bill nevertheless it is a word well and ( Haven Democrat) -r t.'; : '

which was to have been Introduced favorably known. The investigation into the death I / ". '\ :: ;

the following day to prevent the And some there be whose memor- of Luther Padgett, which occurred \n.

seining of bream was never.brought ies of picnicking include aches and last week on Grassy Island and whichis I "
to the committee. pains caused either by eating sand- believed to have' been caused by ::1 : 'L:
Lake Okeechobee, while the largest wiches or salads or cream-fillec strychnine 'poisoning, has been delayed 'Printing .
body of fresh water wholly within cakes left too long in a warm atmos- through failure of the state ;j; tJ )
the United States, has been designated phere. chemist in Tallahassee to return an .

as salt water for a number of Moist cooked foods, such as milk, analysis on the contents of the bottle '

:years in order that commercial fish- eggs meat, or fish, are excellent from which Padgett drank just before }
ing could be allowed and, the fishingbe I breeding places for harmful micro- his death. As soon as the analysis < \; : j
regulated and controlled by the organisms, including those that cause is received the coroner's jury will : ';' .

same laws relating to salt water. serious poisoning without makingthe be called into session' by County '- i f { ; ::1
Commercial fishing has been assailed food smell or taste spoiled. Re- Judge L. E. Guess to complete the ,, : .. } ,
for a number of years so far as member that bacteria which infect investigation.There :
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Lake Okeechobee is concerned and v'v'ofee: '', .- .
food are found everywhere. Give seems to be little doubt "
after a number of efforts a bill was them a favorable temperature and that Padgett was the victim of poison -

finally pushed through the last session the necessary moisture and they multiply which was placed accidentally or
which preyents the sale of black rapidly. They seem to be especially -' purposely in a bottle of medicine

bass and does away with seining for partial to meat, fish, and which he was in the habit of taking. I >#

this variety of fish. I cream fillings for cakes and pies. However, it is understood that no \ r
Because of the black bass law The bacteria that infect food do motive has as yet been found for I

commercial fishing has been reducedto not confine themselves to picnic fare. murder and many are of the opin-
a minimum in the lake and onlya They are arso fond of left-overs. Leftovers ion that it was an accident.

few rigs, operated by the Tanner of meat pies, dishes made with Padgett's wife had left for Georgia -I

Fisheries here and a couple by a cream sauce, gravies, custards, boned only a few days before his death

company in Okeechobee City, are or cream salad dressing must be but apparently with no intention of MeritT2A7
now operating on the lake. However, carefully handled and should be separation. According to evidence

a large number of farmers, particu- used promptly from the dishes in introduced she was to visit relativesfor \' ...- "' ,
larly along the north shore of the which they were served to separate, a while in Georgia and then join

lake have been able to eke out a, clean, dry, covered dishes, chilled as her husband at, some town in north
living with trot-lines and traps since quickly as possible, and kept in the Florida where they would make

their crops were destroyed recentlyby cold store-room or the refrigerator. their home..
rain and the closing of the lake In hot weather, especially, leftovers Padgett had been farming on the

entirely would deprive these peopleof of perishable foods should be little Okeechobee island for 'some.
30- means of' feeding themselvesand boiled or-thoroughly heated before time with S. H. McCreaby and J. B.

their families at a time of mis they are served again. "Warming Padgett, a relative. All information '-: 4 -

fortune. up" such foods is not enough; it may was to the effect that relations be- A0'

Considerable argument over I even increase the danger by raising I tween the three men had always been
whether or not commercial fishingin the temperature to a favorable point I Ito amicable.

the lake is' detrimental to the the growth of microorganisms but .

raising of black bass may be heard not high enough to destroy them. New Freight Line- : .',;t .t. i '
even in this community but the gen- .: ; .
eral belief Is that the comparativelysmall CO IITTEE.. DECLARES.. CHAIN '.-'. .i.:;.. "''.!''\-. ., : ,:.-.:.':" ":. .
portion of the lake which can STORE BASICALLY UNSOUND (Continued page 1) ; "t .:. a
: : ;' !; .
be seined does not interfere with the ." ,.it. ::'-1r...J \:: ... ....... > ,,. ..:,.. ,, :;. "L:;. ,!
ting their produce to market and """. ,:.: 4 "; ','' ';;p.J....w. '" '" .. .,: ,
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bass beds in the shallow water and Washington, May (FNS- : : ;
that the water service would mean ,, '
by catching the catfish and other Chain store taxes :
are "basically un- 1\ ;
more revenue to Okeechobee farmers .' '
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predatory fish the black bass are sound" and tend to raise the cost of I ; > : : : : ': < .
not only because of the ,saving "
permitted to grow without as much living for the large number of people in freight rates 'on exported articles I' .'.;, .
molestation as would be the case if with small incomes, the committee t .,
but also on articles which it is :
there were no seining. of taxation of the Twentieth Century nec-I
Among those from this section Fund declares in a report received essary to import. The C1ewi3d1onews ;x
While there have been rumors
who appeared before the committee here today.Widespread .
Monday on the Rardin bill were: since before the canal opening thata
County Commissioner J. E. Frierson, : repeal of sales taxes freight line would be established, ?
and chain store taxes were recom- .
this is the first definite informationon
and Mrs. L. M. Lilly ,
Tanner Fisheries, County Com- staff mended of twenty by the experts committee studied after rev-a when or by whom the line wouldbe ".:..r.'J :,:'(' ', .'.. .. :,;" ... .:" '" ;>' :<":' < ',j .. :;i: 1 "
missioner A. A. Beck, of Lakeport, operated. The location of Moore -:
H. G. Stewart, D. C. Gorman and enue-raising problems for two years. Haven on the canal leads to the belief .... -,-' ,{ ''' '''J. .....:.. : .. .. :'
A. Smith all of Lakeport. "If the chains have a competitive that this point will be used as
advantage, owing to the economiesof the main point of contact for the line

the chain type of organization, the with the Okeechobee truck growers.

...:..:-:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..) public" benefits from its lower prices -Moore Haven Democrat. & % M2 )1' T-Z m it m'fi
the committee said. "We oppose
RURAL COMMON SENSE the use of the taxing system, or any
By Spuds Johnson other device, to maintain the status

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would be injured by the new methodof
GOOD MEALS POSSIBLE competition that benefits the DOES YOUR CAR STALL ASllLYj ?


ALL DURING THE YEAR "Furthermore, the present taxes

-- are obviously unjust. They ignore
"Spring is here-and we feel the substantial similarities between

,f. \ urge to g-6 outin, the garden or the large chains and large merchandising -

backyard and dig in the dirt." With units that are not chains; by taxing I Ia
those words Miss Anna Mae Sikes of one and exempting the other. ,)
the State Home Demonstration
Department "Even
existing taxes burden the
opened a recent radio talk, investigators in chains' unfairly, and
and immediately followed with some'
what is more important, they tendto -
.. excellent advice as follows: raise the cost of living for the

- "Don't hold back when you feel large number of people with small gA 1'1D

., that urge. Indulge it, encourage it, )incomes, who depend on efficient Gu Gp
stimulate it, if it is slow in coming to merchandising to get the most for Goon
,::', life. If you are any sort of gardener their money." 1st zDA DI. 4

t' at all, it will probably save you mon- Revenue from chain store taxes f uBGI Dpt
(r ey. It will certainly give you better has been of minor importance, the I.
!: meals than would otherwise
I you committee said
4"' and the legislation
have, and it will supply, at minimumcost has been
'; used not for revenue but t' -r
; protective foods of which most for business control.
,::.' families do not use enough". 3 Se'
-' Twentieth Century Fund Trusteesare
::. She went on to point out that A. A. Berls, Jr.,..Bruce Bliven.
: > some vegetables are starchy, others
Henry S. Dennison, John Fahey, Edward -
have mineral values, and most of
A. Filens, Oswald Knauth,
t them carry vitamins, those elusive Morris Leeds
James C. McDonald, ,
I'.:,: substances' so vitally necessary to human Roscoe Pound. \,.:--......,-'."... '-.-_. { iI-j: .,.
" wellbeing. Some vegetables The state of Maine, during the \
t.; should be cooked to make :
appetizing -
I(, session of their legislature, repealed -
and bring out their belt .
'. entirely their chain store tax ,
: flavors, while others ,are best raw. law. ,: ,..j- t, '.r.
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Vitamin and mineral content both .T'r ....'; !
are more apt to be obtained in full ROADS COMMITTEE CONSIDERSDESIGNATION ,

value from the raw vegetables. OF TAFT'111G1IWAY I t)

"The unpopularity of vegetableswith : ... ,="" .

occasional persons may be very Washington, D. C., May 13' (FNS)
;. largely due to unappetizing methods .-The House Roads Committee this -

used in preparing and cooking week considered a proposal to designate -
them," she said in cautioning : a 1700 mile highway throughsix 6ASfluNE

;, '- against over-cooking which affects states,, one of which is Florida, Naz 5p6D catf LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES
-Y both food value and flavor. She declared -I as the William Howard Taft Memorial -
that it should not be difficult Highway. INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR .
t,. to choose vegetables by the best 'Rey. John W. Mitchell of Teunes- ..
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