The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 5, 1935
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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Basketball Tourney Absence of Stewart!'


Clewiston High Schools' basket- C. L. Downs is assisting in the !l

'.: TERM Lall team is competing in Moore, Ha* First Bank of Clewiston during the 1 GROUP BY SPEAKERFlorida's
AFTER FULL ven today in the Tri-County basket- PROJECT THIS WEEKNotable absence of E. L., Stewart, who is II

ball tournament.The serving as representative, in the leg-
-- 'islature until :
and be the
schedule of is Moore Haven away
play twenty-fifth biennial
The county board of public in- visitors in Clewiston this first of June. I
vs.: Alva, Clewiston vs. LaBelle, legislature convened in the capitalat
: \truction 'at the meeting Saturday for. the first games. The losers of week were members of the government.s Mr. Downs is a. director in the
Beach Erosion board who Tallahassee Tuesday morning;
"set May 24th as the closing date for the games play each other; the win- bank; and a former assistant cash-
the Clewiston school. This will mark ners play each other; and the win- spent Wednesday: and a part of ier, and is quite familiar .with the elected W. C. Hodges, of Tallahassee
Thursday inspecting the federal levee bank and its work. president of the Senate and W. B.
for the fin-
of the second flight
the completion of a full eight als.ners and flood, control project on Bishop of Monticello, speaker of the

months' term for both grammar and Lake Okeechobee... Colonel E. J. I house of representatives. Governor

high school. The local colored Dent, 'of Baltimore, is head of the THREE MEN INJUREDIN Sholtz delivered his message to the .
board. Other army engineers who joint session of the two bodies shortly

school will close May
are members include Colonel E. I. after noon Tuesday, and the leg.. .'
months' operation. Closing dates for Brown of Norfolk Major B. B. AUTO ACCIDENTCaptain islature settled down to work in

the other schools of the county have INTER-CLUB MEETING Somervell. of Washington, Major, R short order.

not been decided upon. Both Felda W. Crawford, Washington: Captain : E. L.. Stewart ,of Clewiston, repre..
F. O. Bowman of Washington.The A. H. Carter and L. H.
sentative from Hendry county, has
and LaBelle schools have been closed t"
remaining four members of Biggs, of the U. S. Government been honored the
A large delegation from the Clew- by speaker. with
for three !weeks on account of a the board are civilian engineers, R. dredge, Gulfport, and J. A. Stock- appointment as chairman of the
iston Kiwanis
Club attended
widespread but mild epidemic. of the R. Hale of Boston, Victor Gelineanand ley, U. S. Engineer, are in Good Samaritan committee on lobbying. Dr. O. B, ..
Inter-Club meeting held at the Elks hospital in West Palm
G. Spencer Smith of
measles. TenaflY'1 Hazen of Pahokee, one of Palm
The board also received the rec- Club in Fort Myers Wednesday New Jersey and Thorndike l' i Beach as the result of an automo- Beach county's representatives ia

ommendation of the trustees of the night. The meeting was participatedin New York City. bile accident which occurred Sun- chairman of the committee on public

Clewiston district for teachers of the by Kiwanians from Fort Myers, :Members of the board left Clew day evening, on the Palm Beach health and William Griffis, of

Clewiston school for next year. All Punta Gorda, Arcadia and Clewis- iston Thursday noon after' being highway.The Okeechobee, is chairman of the can _
.\ members of the present faculty have ton. taken on an inspection trip, of the Chevrolet coups in which the als and drainage committee.

{tJ: been recommended for reelection During the evening a program of levee work by Lieutenant Richardson three men were riding was wrecked Arthur Gomez, senator from this

except Mrs. McMullen, who asked to dances, 'skits, and songs was pre- Selee. They were en route to when a tire blew out near Loxahat- district, is chairman of the important -
be released from her teaching con- sented, each club offering some Miami to attend the meeting'' of the chee, 22 miles west of Palm Beach. public utilities committee of the

tract ,in order that she might accept numbers. Former Mayor ,James J. Florida state Engineering Societyand Mr. Biggs' condition is the most Senate. Senator John R. Beachamof

another position.. Thomas of Columbus, Ohio, who was the Florida section of the American serious of the three, he having suf- West Palm Beach is chairman of
The Clewiston school, which has of fered a skull fracture and Internal I the of body
scheduled for guest speaker of the Society Mechanical Engi- drainage committee that
injuries. He was unconscious for 36 : p
satisfactorily this '.
operated very lewiston Club on that night, accom- .p.eers.
year, has been under the supervision panied local members to Fort Myers hours following' the accident. Cap-' Among the important problems ,to

of George B. Stanley, principal, and spoke at the Inter-Club meet- tain Carter is said to have suffered be faced by the present body is thatof

with B. E. Herring, assistant prin- .. ENGINEERS ATTEND an injured spine and has been plac- reallocation of gas tax funds, re-

cipal. Other instructors, all of whom ing.Mr.. Thomas was mayor of Colum- :I ed in'a.. plaster cast for several districting of the' state, distributionof
.. return next weeks. Mr. Stockley, who was driv- track funds for
were bus' for sixteen years and, 'is widely race provision
year, are: Miss Eva Mae Green, travelled. His experiences in the MEETING IN MIAMIA ing at the time of the'wreck, received schools, state supervision of public

Miss Vilma Rhodes, Miss Livonia mayor's office of the Ohio city form- only a severe shaking up and utilities, abolition of chain stores

;-' Congdon.. Miss Lucile Hampton, Mrs. ed the basis for his talk on the hu- cuts and bruises. He remained in adoption of sales tax, tax on gamb-

G. B. Thomas, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt morous aspects of city government.After number of local ,engineers are the car while the others were ling, and state liquor dispensaries.
Miss Mae Drew. the meeting. 'was 'closed, the attending the meeting of the Florida thrown out by the crash.Stockley's .

I' The school board did not act up- room was cleared for dancing and I State Engineering Society and ofi home is in 'Salerno, a Placement Tests Givens

:.. on the recommendations at th" those who desired stayed 'for a few the Florida branch the American small East Coast town, while
4:' meeting Saturday, but held the matter hours dance. Society of Mechanical Engi- tain Carter's wife, who is also cap-j College RequirementPlacement

\t. 1,' oyer until the trustees of the Representing the Clewiston club neers fcvhich are being held in Mi Biggs' sister has taken residence in
"...' West Palm Beach. The three men :
other districts presented their rec- were, President T. B. Shelley and '
ami.J. I
"'. ommendations. I Mrs. Shelley, E. E. Kelly, A. A: Mun- F. Walker of Ocala, presidentof had spent the, week-end with their tests are being given

', ,, The teachers' election, however, roe, Mr. and Mrs. A. .0. Ward, Dr. the Florida society presided at families and were en route back to members of the Senior Class at the
< will take place not later than the D. Jenkins Williams, Mr. and Mrs. the convention which opened in the the GUlfport when the accident oc High School this week, following the

:meeting to be ,held_ the first- Saturday Ivy, .M. PaffordM., ,. and Mrs. G., ,C. main lounge of the,:'Miami Biltmore' cur.red.Jetty. adoption of new requirements for
,:- '' in May, raid M. E,: VonMach, Poole, Mr. and Mrs. H. R.''Hall, Dr. Thursday Df D. B; Stin nan-i f New entrance at the University of Flor
;", $: member from the Clewiston district. and Mrs J. W. Ezelle and Mr. and York and Ernest Hartford, assistant Will. Be Built ida.

--..--- Mrs. A. W. Lawrence. secretary of the American Society In addition to graduation from a

,I'I. Ladies Aid Officers were speakers. The business session To Protect Gates standard high school the Universitynow

I. Miss Lockhart Takes Thursday closed 'with a moving picture had other entrance requirements

Installed Minister showing the repair project on including the successful passing
by :
s. Engineers: are planning to
the St. Petersburg millions-dollar of placement. tests, character
Place School FacultyMiss construct P jetty, of sheet-piling
on municipal pleK, tests, and other requirements which,
' wood into the lake on the north side
! Dr. D. Jenkins Williams installed A general get-together dinner for will test more accurately: atftudent3
'. of Hurricane Gate number 5, at
;I", the new officers of the Ladies Aid Dorothy Lockhart delegates and their wives was held fitness for University work.In .
daughter Canal Point to prevent silt from the
i:'" Society ,at the meeting held at the of Captain and Mrs. Wilfred Lock- Thursday night, with entertainment lake and adjacent levee from wash- addition to the placement tests.
sY' home of Mrs. M. R. Liwler yesterday including two presentations from achievement tests are being givento
hart joined the high school
faculty Ing into thehurri"t?' >. gate owning
I r :',',"" afternoon, with Mrs. R. N. this week taking the place formerlyheld I the floor show. Delegates were also aNt filling: In the channel. members of other. grades, the

I ? J ,Smith joint-hostess. by Mrs. Gertrude McMullen.Mrs. extended the facilities of the_' ,Flor- The chnnel had remained clear tetts being planned according to average -
Mrs. G. C. Poole is president Mrs. McMullen Ida Year-Round clubs through the achievements for that grade.
! 4Vi.' was released fromher aid free fro*>i silt since the completion -
i j-; .' J. V\ Ezelle, vice-president, Mrs. I. contract by the trustees-at. her courtesy of Col. Henry L. Doherty of the gate. until construction All pupils will be given the
> M. Pafford secretary and Mrs. Wil- Among the local ,engineers' attending achievement tests.
I i 1( own request, so that she might join of the ''levee on the north side of
I f i; :,,: fred: Lcckhart, treasurer. Mrs. D. J. her husband in West Palm Beach were Mr. and Mrs. E. W Digges, the gate was begun by the Arundel I
i \ Williams ,was chosen as delegate :to 1 and accept a more lucrative position Mr and Mrs. Fred J. Nebiker, Mr. corporation. Since that time wind Fine Fight Card
I the Presbytery at Bradenton on April and Mrs. Conally Nail
.. i! offered her in the Palm Beach currents have carried loosened soil
10th. H. O. Peters, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Scheduled for PahokeePahokee
school. and silt around the shore and into
: Plans were made for the 9th F. McLure and W/:. C. Buchanan.
Miss Lockhart holds Bachelorof extent'that
"' II a the channel to such an
i :' birthday luncheon to be held at the --. -----,
Arts degree from Arcadia University ""the channel is filled and the gates
r..'<"i church next month. Mrs. C. W. McDonald Wolfvllle, Nova Scotia. She White-Duff Matched In. cannot close. =. April 6, Pahokee fans
.!<; > Mrs. V. A. Allen, and Mrs. I holds a graduate state certificate The Jetty will be similar to those- will be treated to a fast welter'
:! ', : H. O. Peters were appointed committee weight fight card at the Golden Nugget
I and will fit !nicely into the faculty Golf Finals Sunday constructed waterfronts to pre-
t f- ,in charge. Arena here, Friday night. The
vent 'erosion of the beach farther
: :' Mrs. Poole announced the aplu here.Mrs.. main event will be a return battle
,.-. McMullen had been Instructor than is' deshed.Legionnaires.
pointment of chairmen of committees -) in English and Mathematics in Dr. J. W. White, of Belle Glade. between Young Spooner, local slugger

f# for the coming year, who together -| |the Junior and' senior high school defeated Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer Present ; and Lefty Lewis, of West: Palm

: with the officers form the 'executive -, ]here for two years and it 'was ,with 2 and 1 this week, to enter the fin- Beach. These two punchers .staged a

board. The appointments! ,reluctance that the trustees grantedher als of the handicap tourney Sunday, Medals to Best Scholars bitter war in Belle Glade last sea-
'f r": are: finance, Mrs. W. F. Simpson; ] request. for release from her con- opposing F. Deane Duff. son in which more than ten knockdowns
r""f program, Mrs. J/ E Beardsley, Stewardship j tract. The finals match will be 36 holes were scored and much blood.

and Devotional, Mrs. A. V. and ;will be 'played 18 In the morning .... Plans have ,been completed by The eight round semi-final will
Southard; hostess, Mrs. C. W. McDonald beginning at 9:30 and 18 in'the the Clewiston Post of American Legion bring together for the first time

- ; calling and social service, Senior Class Play Afternoon beginning{ about 2:30.A for two gold medals to be pre- lerb'Tro.wbridge, of West Palm

",4 ,i'j;. Mrs. James Bruce; publicity, Mrs. E. I -- flag tourney, open to all play- sented in each of the high schools of I Beach, and Willard Williams, of La-

C. Mills; subscriptions, Mrs. Leslie "THE ELOPEMENT OF ELLEN" ers, will be staged Sunday. Handi- this district;-Clewiston, LaBelle :Belle. Both are main eventers but
. ,Miller; membership, Mrs. V. A. Allen caps have been studied by the handicap and Moore Haven. The medals will are taking a semi to' show the fans
I' ;' Literature Mrs. D. J. Williams; Tuesday night, April 9; 8 o'clock) committee and ,some changes be for the work) of this year in each their prowess.
; S Overseas box, Mrs. R. Smith; Home School Auditorium have: /been made. The'' new handicaps school, one to the boy with the hest Another eight rounder will show
I I':" box, Mrs. Ivan Van Horn. Admission 20 and 35;: cents / will;'' be posted at the Club house scholastic standing and one to the two of the best negroes in this part

': Present ,at the meeting were Mrs. Cast of Characters- I Sunday.' girl with the best scholastic stand- of the country, Kid Holmes, of Miami [-

II':,1:.' Beardsley, Mrs. James Bruce, Mr 3. Richard Ford, a 'devoted young I The flag tourneys have proven ,, and Spider Bell, of Pahokee, in
, a:: : "' R. H. Collins Mrs. V. A. Allen, Mrs. husband-Merrill Lowe. popular among local players. In cal- ing.The awards will be made at cqm- a glove battle. Two other bouts

'W' J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs.. Molly,' his 'wife-Althea Ford. culating the number of strokes each mencement. Presentation of the medals round out a full program for 'Glades

,* ; B. E. Herring, Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Robert Shepard, Molly's brother player"1 takes the number of his han- I is part of the program of the" fans.

1 h: Mrs. Lockhart, Mrs. C. W. McDonald -Billy ,Cowart. dicap adds it to, the course par ((72) Legion to promote educational facil-

. Mrs.., Gayle McFadden, Mrs. G. Max Morgan, a chum of Robert- When the player has used this num- ities and stimulate Interest in high First Tomatoes Shipped

;_;.... C. Poole, Mrs. Pafford, Mrs. R. N. Bobby Patterson. ber of strokes he plants a flag at educational standards. The, county's .I
f. Smith Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs A. Dorothy March, engaged to Max, the spot where the pall l lies. The school" board is very appreciative of From Lake HarborThe
..; H. King and Mrs. Martha Ludekens. a guest at J"ord's-Florille Moore. player whose flag is fartheiest ad- the efforts of the Legionnaires :to

.'( June Haverhill, investigatingfor vanced is winner. A fifteen cent ent- support and cooperate with the
.1. Among the recent registrants at an economics course' -Evelyn ry fee will be charged. First and school officials.Mr. first car tomatoes moved
!.;r "ili. the Clowi ton Inn were Mr. and Mrs. Harp. second prizes will be awarded. Wednesday from Lake Harbor and

F. I. Carter of Tewksburg, Mass., H. John Hume, a rector-Georso and Mrs. Louis O. Gravely, was shipped by Bateman and Wood.

.., W. Tinker of Birmingham, Ala., Mr. Bestor. SUNDAY SCHOOL CIRCLE TO Jr., of Miami, have announced the The car was shipped over the At-
and Mrs. S. N. McKelvey of Bellaine, MEET 'VITHlHS.. BRUCE birth of a daughter in a Miami hos- lantic Coast Line and the fruit sold

Ohio, Col. and Mrs. R. S. Thomas, Mrs. H J. B. Scharnberg and Mrs I pital on March 29th. She has been for J,60 per' .lug Mr. Wood states
I. Mobile, Ala., Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Du- J. P. Percy spent the week-end In ; The Ladies Circle of the Friendly named Gertrude. The baby is' the ,that ,he expects prices to remain

Bois, of Bellaire, Ohio, W. E. Van Miami, going down to accompany Bible Class will meet Monday after- first granddaughter of Commissioner good/,th 'ou hout the season.

Houten, 'Jacksonville, Mrs. Daniel Mr. Percy, who left Sunday by, plane I noon at '3:30: at the home of :Mrs of Agriculture Nathan Mayo and Bateman,and Wood recently'erect-
-,' Boyle and daughter, Chicago. M. M. from Miami for Puerto Rico. Mrs, I James Bruce. Members will be askedto Mrs. Mayo of Tallahassee and the ed' a( fine new'packing house at Lake

Brunk, Sebring and C. E. Allen, of Percy received a cablegram tellingof I sew some small articles for the first grandchild of Attorney and Harbor which is. located by the A. C,

Tampa. his safe arrival on the island. I Sunday School nursery. Mrs. L. O. Gravely of LaBelle. L. 'tracks.i << .
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eral members, and repeated _old TONS OF PAPER cently, and found that there was these slips of government paper regards -

CURRENT EVENTS I charges. Cleveland leaders took the 1 outstanding, and therefore in,,.circulation them too deferentially to think ,

fight to Washington.RUMBLINGS OUTHow 53J5000000.: of them in terms of avoirdupois.
His wallet would look a bit stuffy if
The treasury's table of money in
from Russia declare it contained 30 bills at once, whatever -
t circulation during the past 21 years -
Is concluding a their denomination ; jet these vt : .
PASS IN REVIEW shows a steady increase In the need
military pact with Japan Gen. Sadao Provision Is Made for of the medium for transacting busi would weigh less than an ounce. If 'r

Araki, former Japanese minister of I he accumulated a roll of 500 bills
Currency Needs. ness. The money In use grown
war, It Is claimed, is going to Berlin from three and a half billions In i (which 'might be $500 or $500,000).
soon to discuss terms. Official warn- would weigh a
ORDEREDBY his paper money
HUGE NEW ARMY IS disturbancethe 1013 to five and. three-quarter bll-
ing went out over Russia that "war During the years of pound. An accumulation of 100
HITLER IN DEFIANCE OF bureau 'lions In 1933.!
of the -
may break out unexpectedly; at any currency production pounds of one-dollar bills, which he
VERSAILLES PACT. and printing, In The government money; factory of
moment. Michael Kalinln, presidentof of engraving could carry on his shoulder, wouldbe
executive has along on an late has been called upon to fabricate -
the all-Russian central Washington, run
worth 50000.;:; With a ton of dol-
By EDWARD W. PICKARD committee, made this blunt statementIn even course, making and sendingout about a billion and a half billsa lar bills he would be a millionaire '

Western Newspaper Union. an address before organizers of the four or five tons of paper money year. This, roughly, is the number So one begins to be impressedwhen

recently boldly Soviet cavalry, and it was later broad- every day, which is about the same of bills that flow from this currency one learns that the government -
GERMANY, having
{ blamed back in the fountain 12 months.
cast over the republic. He amount that it made every
t announced that she was now pos- is sending out four tons of
conditions on "the present political days of prosperity.The About a billion of these, twothirdsof
force in violation day 1,200 tons
sessed of a military nir paper money every ;
of the dominating classes of them are dollar hills; the rest
of the Treaty of Versailles, stillr whims amount of currency; in circu- of it a sear, much, of it in bills of .
more boldly declaresshe capitalistic countries. He said: lation is in the hands of the people are of various higher ilcnominatlons. large denomination. It would take COO I

"It Is not ,necessary to prove that The Treas- '
is about
is no longer boundby also, horses hitched to wagons. to pull
the obligations of the Soviet Union is against war. No ury department knows approximately The gaugers can tell a good deal that total annual output.

} c\3 that pact and proposes other government in the world ever what the amount is at any; given about \\"lll t'the American peoplo The billion and a half Dills that

\ manifested a desire for peace more time. It measures the quantity of are doing with their funds by watching
: to build up an army ire In circulation, with s> face valueof
g of about 480,000 men, than ours. fresh money which, day hy day! ; is the flow. The latest indicationfor ,39.,000,000! : have to be replacedon

comprising 12 corps of turned on as though from a hydrant; example, Is that the call Is for an average of nice: a .car. The

three divisions each. COMPROMISE and White the House defeatof to flow out in ever-branching pipes money with which to perform the dollar bills get day-by-day; use in the

This was the decision about until a tiny trickle reaches Into the ordinary services of business, the hands, of the public, and so wear out
which the McCarran "prevailing wagc"amendment h homes of the back and forth the
.n of the cabinet, citizenry.The : buying across most quickly. They come back for replacement -
the'work relief bill in
decreed compulsory to treasury also receives, like so counter, rather than for salting every; Six months. The

military training the senate, and administration leaders wouldbe ; many homing pigeons, the worn and away in
throughout the reich. were confident that the measure for sig- frayed; bills, tattered by the multi- shown by the fac .that the proper. torn off to break the jinx of bad luck

Chancellor The exact number of laid before the President The tude of service they have renderedIn tion of small denomination'':bills go- that is I'upposel.to hover about

Hitler men in the army; will nature within a few days. the marts of the nation, when ing out Is greater, and that of large them, also make a prompt reappearance. -
amendment was '
be determined! by a law to be enacted. : deadlock over the Richard B. Russell they come back to be redeemed and denomination bills smaller than has The fives and the tens last
I broken when Senator
later. substi- renewed. 'It keeps the record of been the case In recent jears. In longer, and the hundreds and th

This was Chancellor Hitler's replyto Jr.,' of Georgia the proposed President a free these two ,streams, making allow- the days when there was hoardingthe thousands are' handled gingerly anmaintain' &

the action of France's chamber of tute which leaves officially esti- ance for losses through fire, flood proportion of bills of large .de. an acceptable appearancefor
deputies In accepting Premier Flandin's to pay "security wages, nomination was the higher.
they or other calamity. Occasionally it many years.-Philadelphia] Inquirer -
month provided
mated at $30 a ,
plan to Increase the term of con- The citizen who I .
affect the scaleIn strikes a balance. It did thus re average toils for
do not adversely wage
script service in the French army to 1,
IS months and subsequently to two private Industry; and providing that (' 11
must be paid on -
years. Germany considered that the prevailing wage 1,

France was "dealing the last blow to all permanent federal building proj- n .
out, which had been ap- (:,
disarmament," and Hitler, rushing to ects. This way 'Tr.Nrti. ,
directed prqved by the White House, was accepted -
Berlin from Berchtesgaden,'
the senate by a vote of S3 \
the\ issuedto by
: action of the. cabinet and
to, 2, after the McCarran amendmenthad
the German nation a rousing appeal /
been defeated, 50 to 3S. The two '-, '
,'': forjfull support. He declared that the
votes against the compromise were .
failure of other nations to reduce % cb %:
Rhode Island and
cast by Metcalfe "
called for in the Ver- .
armament as xl Yo
Hale of Maine, both Republicans. Be- s ffkt pilentcJ two tlr / yen"
sailles treaty had released! Germany of Gum-DipptJ corJt ihtthold "
fore the vote on the McCarran amend- the 'E
the trtd
big heavy to fa
from all treaty obligations, and that 1 1 1 4 ;
ment was taken Senator Glass an- Gum-Dipped cord boJy
while the reich had only peaceful in-
nounced he was authorized to say thatif t' 1 1 1 TREAD TO THE TIRE !
tentions, It must re-arm to protectits The body of p tnttJ Cum*
territorial integrity and maintainthe it prevailed President Roosevelt DlpptJ High Stretch Cords -

would veto the measure. ,.. which gift grctttr tJhtucn,
respect of the world as a'co- m. flexibility and tlrtngtk to :
There remained many obstacles over
wit i.ndpulls.ndnr.inc
guarantor of European peace. which the relief bill must be pushed, AND STRAINS AND GIVING MORE
The Reichsfuehrer stated that Germany "" '
for the regular Republicans and a con- I -
did all she could to stabilize i "
siderable number of Democrats were
peace as evidenced by three facts: _
'determined to alter it materially. Several ,
She offered non-aggression pacts to all
senators favored cutting it down
her Neighbors; she regulated her affairs -
by three or even four billions; and REALIZING tte
with Poland; she showed France La Follette of Wisconsin wanted the need for better t ..,
that after the return of the Saar there
total increased to ten billions. traction on soft ground and country ?:
were no territorial questions at issue ,

between France and Germany. roads, Firestone engineers designedand

Official London was greatly disturbed THE house appropriations commit- built a new type of, tire with, the '
favorably reported out the Department -
by this sudden action of the
German government which came just of Agriculture- appropriationsbill deepest, heaviest, most rugged tread ;

for the TJ3G fiscal year. A cut of ever known $
ten days before the date set for a
513,878,738 was due
meeting of Sir John Simon, foreign I
secretary, and Lord Privy Seal An- w? largely to a $411,022-I You do,not need chains with this
42S slash in the AAA : j''
thony Eden with Hitler in Berlin. The, remarkable .new Ground Grip Tire, ,: {
item. The total bill \K'
British were prepared to offer abolition i \
because the tread is it
calls for $653,278,758, rugged y
of some of the military clausesof "
of which $570,000,000would for
the VersaIlles treaty in return for

Germany's adherence to the Inclusive go to the Agri- lf-cleaning< and will not clog, even
: I
: administration
culture Adjustment -
plan for European security. But it activities. in mud or clay. Firestone can give
was feared Hitler would now demand :>
formal recognition of German rearmament .:; At committee' hearings you a tread like this because of two

including an army of half a mil- it was explained that patented construction features.
y'A It is to esti-
lion men, a military air fleet of 1,500

planes and a navy one-third the Sec; Wallace mate how much would One is the two extra layers of ':> s< <;.:. ,,.:..

strength of the British navy. 'All of y ,have to be obligated] Gum-Dipped cords placed betweenthe

because of the crop control program,
which is far beyond what the British "" '
peace plan contemplates.Of but the AAA item was a rough, estimate heavy tread and the tire body,

course all the world has been I of processing tax collections and binding the tread and body togetherin

aware for some time of the fact that is not controlling. Henry Wallace, sec- one unit of great strength.The .

. Germany was re-arming. Before the retary of agriculture, told! the committee -

French chamber voted to approveFlandin's I. that the farmers' share of the national other is Gum-Dipping, by r ,4fi Q Wes:
Income is about 10.2
project, Jean Fabry, now per
presi- which stretch cord
" dent of the chamber's commis- cent, and should be 13 to 1C per cent. process every

sion, stated that the army army of the reich Wallace said "true prosperity" can- in the tire body is soaked in liquid';

had been not come "until there has been a very rubber friction and ,
strengthened in one year preventing giving 44% : -, ,' ,

from 100,000 to 000,000, asserting the material increase in the output" of physical ; the cord body ,extra strength to ;: I
; industrial
relchswehr had been increased from goods goods.

100,000 (the treaty figure) to 400,000() "It' in some way It were possible to withstand the extreme :flexing at low ..
turn out DO per cent more industrial air ,$ :
and the nominal total of 100,000, police pressures. .
in barracks doubled. goods at a price definitely lower than

\ / the present price," the secretary testified For your spring and summer ;

"the result would be to make It .
MARTIN L. DAVEY of Ohio, plowing and general farm use you .
GOV. possible for agriculture to buy more * Listen to the Voice of Firestone- : ':
by Federal Relief Ad- cannot afford to be without these ... t
with the agricultural dollar and there new featuring Richard Crooks, Gladys Sicartliout or I

ministrator Harry L. Hopkins with"corruption" would be more factory workers to be Ground Grip Tires on your cars, Nelson Eddy-every Monday night over N. B.: C. I.
In Ohio relief, went be- WEAF Network .
A Five Star "
fed in the cities"COUNTERFEITERS Program J
fore the state senate and demanded a trucks, tractors and farm equipment.See I

,/ thorough investigation. He defied your nearest Firestone Service i

Hopkins to come to Ohio for trial on narcotics deal- Store tire dealer or implement'dealer ,FOR 2010 MORE POWER -"
other vIo-
a warrant he had secured charging In

Hopkins with criminal libel. Hopkins' lators of federal laws were given a today. Easy terms can be arrange and farming more power, quick are starts a big

had alleged in a letter that he has ; tremendous shock and many* hundredsof There is complete line of Firestone advantage. In the t.'

proof of "corruption" of relief administration -' them were thrown into jail when tires tubes and auto for Firestone Extra Power I

in Ohio Including solicitingof the government opened 'up an anti- supplies your Battery, the new

funds for campaign purposes from crime campaign that covered the en- every' farm need. Firestone Allrubber i j I

firms that sold relief materials. Hop- tire land. The initial raids, made with- N fs!&. ;.J}, y Separator gives'y6u as :

kins, through C. C. Stillman, FERA regional out warning, were Immensely success- This heavy traction treadguaranteed power much as and 20 far% greater

officer has taken over administration ful, and it was announced they wouldbe not to loosen from the battery e. longer

of Ohio relief. continued Indefinitely. Twelve thousand -
Department of tire body under conditions and
Justice federal officers took part In the any
attorneys Washington declare FOR
they stand ready to defend Hop- operations, and besides the individuals all other parts of the tire are fully _

kins, but there was no Indication that captured, millions of dollars worth of guaranteed to give satisfaction in F LONGER MILEAGE
i Hopkins would go to Ohio, contraband was seized. Put a new of I
although every: respect ;;;f'';: set Firestone i
: he may change his mind. The spec- ", Spark Plugs In your ca.r-- :

tacular blowup is said to have had Its WILEY POST'S second attempt to : truck and tractor-you'll \

Inception In the 1934 political cam- Los Angeles to New be surprised how much: i

paign. Davey made campaign speechescharging York through the stratosphere In rec- Tiretone I 4.40-21 $10.90 how quicker much they fuel will start:,and will ';

that Ohio reller'was mis- ord-breaking time ended at Cleveland, 4.75-19 11.75 save. you r

managed, and particularly aimed his where he was compelled to come down GROUND GRIP -'''.5

barbs at Cleveland. This Irked Cleveland because his supply of oxygen; was run- 5.00-19. 11.75 FOR BETTER BRAKING ... ,

leaders since relief there had ning short. He said he would have 4.50-20; 11.50
been administered through a nonpolitical "passed out" In a few minutes If he 5.00-20. 11.50 'h CONTROL

group which later became the had not descended to breathable air. 1090 52517. Firestone Brake Lining is

official Cuyahoga; county relief administration Post Is convinced that only this. trouble 13.90 : put up in sets,making it

Hopkins: often took note of prevented his making the transconti- 55017. 13.90 convcnicntforyoutordinc

the fact that Cleveland's relief com' nental flight In seven hours and 40 4.50-21 5.25-18. 1415' your own brakes. It is
designed and made
mittee was "one of the best In the minutes, and he declared he would smoothest for

country." Later Davey pledged him- soon try again. His unofficial average Other tiics pnudproPOrr.ionJt.z1low ''' efficient braking and control.P" most.
self not to touch the Cleveland the I
speed to Cleveland
organ- airport was
1936 F.T. &: R.CO. ;
ization but is said to have ousted sev- 270.40 miles an hour. j jI

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SYNOPSIS "Well, you had another session with "Mrs.: Rudolph Merton." "Not only did she forget her mother

that terrible Mrs. Merton." "She's a patient of Stevie's !" Lanny but her entire past life as well. Well
Theodore Gatlin adopts a baby "Pe- "She doesn't weary me any more. yelled. "She's such a nut the squirrels she ran away, and she'll never find her

nelope:' in an effort to solve his matrimonial She merely excites my sympathy. Still chase her." way back until she acquires sufficient

-- troubles. But his wife has sleepless, of course and still bothered Stephen finished writing and laid courage to face the old Issues again,
and their affairs end
never her baseball about her poor devil of a husband. down ,his pen. "I told you Lanny, that surmount them and defeat them."
in the divorce court. At a
game a ball 'strikes ten-year-old Penelope She's had detectives on his trail for a Mrs. Merton wasn't Insane enough to "But is that possible?" McNamara no appetite? nervous?

on the nose. Mrs. Gatlin spiritsthe month. They've cost her ten dollarsa be confined." asked.
? ?
losing weight
child to Europe. Gatlin wills Penelope day each and they haven't discovered "Guess I've got Lanny's news beaten, "Quite. She will have to have assistance pale

begin a all search his money for her and when is about a motor to 'anything to Merton's discredit. after all, Stephen. This Mrs. Rudolph and the sort of treatment I then don't gamble with your bodyTVTHY

-accident ends his life. Some ten years "It's about time for Mrs. Merton to Merton Is the ,girl's foster-mother." think I can give her, and she must not reason out the cause,of

1 later In San Francisco, Stephen Burt commence hearing voices of sorts," "Hooray Hooray! Hooray!" cried have assurance that never again will W this unnatural condition? "

rising Dan young McNamara psychiatrist chief of is police presentedby witha Lanny commented dryly. "Highball Lanny. "How do you know? Did the she be subjected to the old unhappiness. Your first thought may be, "I must

new patient-Nance Belden, a girl Stevie?" banker tell you?" By the way, I wonder if Penel- eat more." That's not all. You should

with a dual personality, for which her "Yes, thank you, Lanny he said, "No. I dug the information up my- ope was.a love child. Have you lookedup enjoy what you do eat. Frequently}

"saddle nose" is in part responsible. and deluged Lanny with his sunny self." her parentage Dan?" the blood cells are low.. .and this,
McNamara does not think she is a perhaps,is what makes feel weak.
"I haven't. Can't ask Mrs. Mer- you
smile. "Yes, Mrs. Merton is hearing "Why? How? you
criminal and obtains Burt's testimonyin If this is your trouble the stomach
court. Lanny: the doctor's office voices. Her first husband who is dead "Why? I wanted to investigatethe ton about the girl? may not be calling for sufficient food.

nurse, is also won over. Nance's crim- keeps whispering through space to her. girl's fortune. So yesterday I hada "I suppose, I could.: But If lunacy tan Zest, to eat may lacking. But whata ,

inal record outweighs Doctor Burt'sexplanation He's trying to tell her how sorry he copy of the will and a copy of the in the family of her father or mother, difference S.S-S. makes when taken
she is sent
to San Quentin of her penitentiary.case Nance is. I understand he made a dirty will." appraisal of the estate made at tbe I'm not going to bother with Penel pe." just before meals. Just try it and

escapes, although shot, and goes to "He would-if he had any common courthouse in San Jose and sent up to "If you decide to take her 'nve'l1 notice how your appetite and digestion

Lanny's apartment, from which, by Mc- sense. What a poor beaten devil Mer- me. Gatlin stated in the will that he have to get her back into this city," improve. ..

s Namara's orders, she is removed to thechief's ton is He hasn't the courage of a left all of his estate to his beloeqadopted McNamara mourned "and Flynn will S.S.S.stimulates the flow of gastric
+ home. From one of the men in juices and also supplies the precious
/ the boat on :which the girl escaped Mc- mouse." daughter, Penelope Gatlin. At pick her up. mineral elements so in
Namara learns that Nance's real nameis "What can he do, Lanny? His wifeis the time of his death his estate 'was "We'll fix her nose first" Lanny said. blood-celland hcmo-glo-bin up-build-

Penelope Gatlin. He also discovers unbalanced but if he swears outa worth practically half a million dol- McNamara beamed upon her. "Her ing. Do try it. It may be the rainbow
that she heiress to 750000. Fearfulof
Is lars and has since doubled in value. criminal photographs and Bertillon need to brush discouragement
>McNamara, in his official capacity, warrant charging her with insanity, you away present
Nance flees. Lanny finds her In her she'll snap out of her lunacy. Mrs. Nance Belden is a lost heiress." measurements are gone to glory, Lan- over your health condi

apartment, asleep. Knowing detectives Merton Isn't sufficiently insane to be "Not wholly lost" Stephen remindedhim. ny. What did .Penelope say in. her let tion. 0 s.S.S.Co.

are on her trail, she disappears, ,and incarcerated. And she's a beautiful "There are times when she remembers ter?"
McNamara learns that she has sailed \
for France. woman, well-to-do] respectable. Merton who she is and that she has "Not a great deal. She said among

couldn't !!et to first base on an money." other things, that after leaving my I!
--- j house she found two hundred dollars. !
i ;an-ity- warrant." "She doesn't know anything about

CHAPTER VIIIContinued19 "Then why doesn't he divorce her on her mother" Lanny declared. "I asked So she returned it." !

grounds of mental cruelty?" her, but she could tell me nothing. And"Get "Give me that two hundred, Lanny. J JI

1 "Santa Claus has been good to you "The man's chivalrous and profoundly Stephen, our little thief is bonest. Makes I

two hasn't he! Well both "As one personality she would re- you
are you sympathetic. Besides, he hasn't any Ii
willing to uo back to your regular jobs witnesses to prove a charge of mental member you gave her two hundred dollars feel like s Wir's": '
?" but as the other she couldn't remember -
now cruelty. And he can't run away from
who gave it : to her, saleLanny. yourselfagain
threw the
Flynn money on the her, because he has a thriving busi-

chief's desk. "We swore an oath-" he .
ness he may not abandon. I told her ,
"Get over to Paris as quick as you
AIcNamara cut him short. v
began again today not to come to my office
: "or sbe'l
"So have I !I" he reminded Flynn any more; that I could do nothing for canIcamara commanded"
be stealing the Eiffel tower.
fiercely. her; that she was a nuisance-and to "
"We know .every move you've madeIn try some other doctor. She went out "Stephencan't spare me, saId

this case" Flynn shouted.. in a rage." Lanny.

"And I 'e new every move you were Lanny jumped "Now who do you -1K I4) "Stephen can spare you," he decided ,
up. "
"It's to be McNamara urged.
got ,
to make before made It.
you that is ? Your office -
suppose knocking I
"Nance fled the town wIth a letter of
AngellotI tucked his present In his II
hours the door.
are plainly printed on
pocket "Cpme:.. !Qj.Flynn" ," ,he urged. ""Oh Lanny,. don't be so hard-boiled.. \J t credit for ten thousand, but she'll, go I II I I
; weasel
that through a
through a
"I can't be'called off for money, I
Flynn Let the patient In. \ rat hole. Take a bankroll with you,
persisted stubbornly.Dan "Who's there?" shouted
Lanny an-
and when there take
McNamara swept the money on Lanny, you get

his desk into the drawer. "The widows grily. charge of her funds."
"Oh So it's Is it? I knew
you, you "And have her nose done over while
and Benevolent
of the -
orphans were there," the voice of Dan McNa- 1 there urged.
you're Stephen
and Protective association will w
.f mara boomed. "There's a hitch;" ,said Lanny.. "The
be glad to get this. On your wayyouand
Lanny unlocked the door. "Lucky
girl evidently got a passport in New Suffered
your for you you're not a nut, Dan. Stevle York-"

Flytm'sighed deeply and went out. and I are just pinning one on." "Not In New York. In San Fran-
Fifteen minutes later he came ,back From Tetteron
"I'll join you, If that's the case. cisco," McNamara interrupted.
and said humbly : "Chief, I've changedmy
mind." McNamara proffered' his huge hand r. "Well, will a strange photograph on Hands

that resembled nothing so much In life I her passport get her back into the
Alps McNamara was Irish too. He
as a bunch of bananas. "Howdy, Med- United States?"
at the clock. "You're fifteen
ico." He planted himself in the visitors' "She can go to the American consulin
minutes late, so I'll fine you two hun Relieved by Cuticura"I
chair. Paris, and present proof that sbe'sthe
dred and fifty dollars for tardiness and
"You have news of Nance Belden," same woman with a different nose"
and and house-
Impudence disloyalty
Stephen challenged. Stephen said. suffered for two or three ;years

breaking. "Gobs of it, Doctor." he'1J do nothing of the sort. Mc with tetter on my hands. If I did
"I'll for McNamara !I"
get you this Lanny ,entered with a highball. "I Over to Paris as Quick as You I Namara was very emphatic. "When her f.Dy''Work they would bleed and become -
"I don't think advice to
My ,
you '
Pat would be had a letter from Nance 'yesterday. Can," McNamara Commanded.she I trail is lost It will be lost forever. irritated, and I could not bear
Flynn to quit monkeying
Dan. She's In Paris. Can you beat Lanny, when ,you have that new nose to them in
put water.
with TNT. I've known detective-ser
was Penelope Gatlin when I asked
that? built for the girl, have half a dozen '
dirt all the time.
to be taken for ride. :
geants a
"I can, McNamara replied coolly."She's new passport photographs of her tak-
"Threatening me, eh?" "There is for that' DoctorBurt's "I tried different remedies, but
got an apartment at twenty- a reason en, and send them and her passport to
"Not at all. I wouldn't harm a hair scientific mind was already: racing they failed, so I sent for a free
seven Rue St. Honore, with a cook anda me. The seal of the United States of
of your red head-and by the way, red maid, and a chauffeur who drives along this new trail. "Penelope has America Is on the passport and coversa sample of Cuticura Soap and Oint-

hair in the Irish Is a sign that they her around in a Citroen car. And she's had a wretched childhood; she knew part of the photograph. I know a man ment. I purchased more and after

breed ,back to the Danes and Swedes.A having her picture painted. nothing but unhappiness up to the time that'll] make;: mq a seal that would fool using one cake of Cuticura Soap _

pure-bred Irishman would know "She's written you, too, then?" she received the shock that threw her the American eagle himself. We'll fit It and one box''' of Cuticura Ointmentmy

enough to lay off a girl with powerfuland "DIvil a line. I have my Informationfrom mental gears out of mesh. She hated down over the old seal and stamp the hands were entirely relieved."

implacable friends. All you were the prefect of police of Paris." her mother with a terrible hatred. new photograph. Then Til send it backto (Signed) Miss Mary Pratt, R. 3,

after was a hundred and twenty-five "Dan, you're marvelous !" Feared her, probably. Then she made j'ou-and may God have mercy on New Market, Tenn.

dollars-half the state reward for recapturing "What's more, Lanny, she's living up her mind to forget her mother. And my soul for you can blackmail me for Soap 2oc. Ointment 25c and 50c.

"J that girl-and when she with her normal personality" the will to forget was so strong that I
that the longest day I live, Dan cried Talcum 25c Sold everywhere. One
T sends you double' that you're not sport "How do you know?" she succeeded. TO BE CONTINUED. sample each free. Address : "Cuti-

', enough to meet her half-way." "She registered as required by law cura Laboratories, Dept R, Malden,

"I took an oath," Flynn mumbled. under her real nam" of Penelope Gat- Mass." Adv.
Tree Discovered in
"You should have taken a physic." lin. I've known her name since the Quinine-Bearing

"Well, I did take an emetic. Chief day after her escape from San Quen- South; Bark May Bring New Industry 0S

I'll never forgive you those tear and tin." .
stink bombs." McNamara proceeded to relate the t _- Eases throbbing I
In addition to providing newsprint' Some of the other trees which they pain allays inflammation 1
"Well, you shadowed my house and tale he had previously related to ,,Stephen ;
record the cabbage-palmetto whichis reduces swelling lessens I
for the newspapers of the nation a are ; ;
entered it unlawfully. who had to retail It Easily !
neglected tension; quickly heals. -
forests a semi-tropical tree, with large flaring -
section of the southeastern may
"Well, I found a lipstick-" to Lanny "Well, If this isn't a h-1 applied. Inexpensive. Results !
produce quinine for the pharmacists, fan-like leaves and the stinking guaranteed. Also use for festers risings -
"Belonged to the nurse I had look- of a tale Dan !I" ,she said. cuts burns, bites. At druggists,
cedar Tumion taxifolium. According -
the United Press. or '
Ing after a sick friend of mine," the "Does It beat your: news, Lanny?" says or Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tenn.
to the scientists this latter
Commercial quinine which possesses, two
chief lied glibly. "Beats It by a mile, although while
much medicinal value is contained not tree is found in the southern states WNU-7 13-35f
But Flynn only grinned ferociously."I she was at my house she told me as
only in the bark of the cinchona tree only In a very limited area ; both are
found stained bandages, too." much about herself as she could re
which flourishes in South America'', but among the rarest In the United States.
"Well, the pot can't get nowhere by member." BLACKMAN
'also In the Georgia bark' of South The largest tree recorded in North
calling the kettle black, McNamara "This morning McNamara continued -
Carolina. Its effectiveness in curing Carolina is the "Reems Creek Poplar"which
decided. "Clear out !I" "tbe president of the Security
malaria often has been demonstrated, stands 108 feet high'and is about
"Give me the money and I'll lay off." Trust company telephoned me that the
Dr. William Chambers 11 feet in diameter at a point four I
But Dan McNamara shook his head. i girl's mother had called him up to .ask STOCK and
Coker Roland Totten. feet from the ground.
and Dr. Henry
"I know your kind, Pat. There's no If Penelope had been cashing any Medicines are ReliabloO ,
both of at the University i
?nse wasting good money on you be- checks lately. The banker gatheredthat :
Colors of Humming Bird
_....... cause you won't stay bought. Clear the mother has a notion her of North Carolina. Blackman's Medicated Lick-
.. Often referred to Maiden's: Blushes The beautiful colors of the hummingbirds /
II' out, I tell you." daughter's dead. She doesn't like the A-Brik
So Flynn cleared out carrying with Idea of having to wait seven years to this is a sub-tropical tree which grows In are due to refractions of sunlight o Blackman's Stock Powder

him Infinitely more respect for his have the girl declared officially dead the southeastern corner of South Carolina from the feathers. Many irrides- O Blackman's Cow Tonico I

chief than he had heretofore enter- before she can lay claim to Penelope's and southward into Georgia and cent hues are produced and the color Blackman's Char-Med-Sal'' !
varies according to the angle of the
Florida. Is remarkable not only for
tained. Well, some day he'd collect estate. (for Hog)
heavy Interest on that two hundredand "Did you find out the name of her the curative properties, but also for the light. This Is why the colors scem"'tochange O Blackman's Poultry Tablet

fifty dollars. mother?" Stephen asked. beauty of its flowers' sepals which are" as the birds change their posi- o Blackman's Poultry Powder

k "Ob yes. She's married again, you colored a vivid rose pink. tion. Our common Ruby throat Is a Price
The last patient had left Stephen understand. Naturally she didn't get Southern pine from which the news- bright, shining, green color on Its up- I Highest Qualify -

Burt's office for the day and the ever any information out of the .banker. print is expected to be manufacturedand per parts, and purplish on Its wings Satisfaction Guaranteed or :

watchful Lanny had locked the office He's on to her, and It was none of her many other rare and unusual va- and tall. Only the male has the red your money back. i

door. business whether Penelope has been rieties of trees from that particular throat So beautiful are the colors YOUR DEALER

.. "Tired Stevle?" she queried anxiously cashing checks or not" section of the United States accordingto that Audubon, the great bird authority BUY FROM

as he loaded his pipe. "Get the glrt's case record, Lanny" Doctor Coker and Doctor Totten, I has callec: these birds "glittering BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO.

"No of course not," he replied ab Stephen commanded. "What la her are not to be duplicated In any other fragments of the raInbow." Others J Chattanooga, Tenn.j. :

ruptly. "What have I done to be tired?" mother's name Chief?" similar part of the world. I have called them "feathered gems." .


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The Clewiston News (..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. large sized section of the rich muck Mrs. Carter, who is Captain Carter's W-A-N-T-E-D 1
and 3and land lying just behind the wife and Mr. Biggs' sister. Mrs.

cypress ridge that borders the lake. Carter has taken a home at. 416 ::1
Published every Friday In Clewiston, RAMBLINGS. Energetic man to
Flamingo drive, West Palm Beach, young
less than a mile down
the CLEWISTON NEWS, By driving
Florida, by the
during her husband's stay on
the St. Lucie canal and turning off train-
Inc. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:' to the right where the Australian Lake. Mr. Stockley's"-home Is at Sal- take special sales i
Keathley Bowden, Editor If are one of those who won- pines may be seen one can get a I"erno. and qualify n
you pretty good idea of the aims and II ing course ;,
dered (as we some times did) just accomplishments of the Mayaca pe\>- I And we had no sooner discoveredand
Entered as second class mall mat- why the development of Port Maraca ple. broadcast a method of ridding to sell a General Motors
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post
ourselves and immediate neighbor-
incidentally are plantedas
The pines I
continues recommend tripto
we a
Office In Clewiston, Florida, hood from dust when the weatherman
and are I
the back country over there. On a wind and frost-break, Product,
the Act of March 3, 1897.
: decided since April "showers"were
blocks that
the ridge skirting the lake shore are set in rectangular
several nice homes, beautifully land- pletely surround the groves of or- en route he might as well senda FRIGIDAIRE .'
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year.
rain. They've been most welcome
with lights water anges and avacadoes. There are hun-
Advertising rates on application. scaped, a dandy
showers hereabouts the first in.
tennis court and other conveniencesand dreds of acres in bearing fruit trees ,
Devoted to the advancement and attractions.New : here, completely hidden from sight weeks and weeks. in cooperation with and

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry homes are now going up unless one travels the little roads
County. there and the progress of this little through the groves. The land is under You can't beat a newspaper for through the authorized

community on the East shore of the complete water-control with optimism/ Instead of complainingabout

lake has gone on steadily, if slow- ditches and pumps providing for irrigation the dust and whatnot, a Flor- dealer in this territory. ,
Frank L. Perrin refers to it as ly, for several years. Port Mayaca or drainage. ida daily comes out with a story j

"Grand. Old. And still a party." was started during the boom, but That particular section of the headed: I
it bears none of the earmarks of ]lakeshoie seems less susceptible to "Sunshine Record for March Address: t
frost than other,_ but one has Nears All Time :Mark Here"
Congress has.decided that pink what we have come to recognize as any f
slips-like dirty linens-should not "boom-time projects." The Mayaca only to glance at the pines, plantedso BYARS FORGYREFRIGERATION
close together as to form an almost Wasteful ,Ancients
be aired in public. corporation, as far as we can learn, I
has never offered anything for sale complete screen, to realize the Modern gold.mining; cnmp.mies ore CO I

The Festival of States at St. Pet- stocks, bonds nor lands. vast amount of protection which I llnding it profitilile to work: over the

ersburg, April 4 to 6-The most colorful Purchasing a beautiful strip of they afford. tailing piles of nnrieni uolrl mines Infireeop Frigidaire Distributors
and worthwhile of the seasons lakeshore located at St. Lucie Canal, This little sketch is included in I have hecn fOil 1111 ttlilings In I t
celebrations. the corporation also acquired a the Rambling column this week so which the nnclents left m"M of the Florida.
that those 'who frequently drive that I oll1. Original ore hod; IPS had i heen'xbaustell Tampa, r

section may find a few minutes some hv rlHmPearl's rt.
There are many who 'still contend t.I t.I t.
day to ramble back in the groves.A .
there's_nothing in a name, still Anna knowledglng her value.
Bellows operates the organ in the A widow with three children anda ten minute drive will open your I ClassificationThe

Babson Park school. lot of debts, she refused usual "re- eyes and you'll find you've made a peurl) Is not u stone. It is a I :

lief," asked for and was granted an worthwhile detour. a nacreous formation ftjnml In certain I ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON ;

The fellow with ants in his pants abandoned shack and a small plot of shellfish, and Is composed mostly of I REQUEST I II
had nothing on R. L. Hathaway, land on which she preferred to make Eighteen Kiwanians (includingsome cnrhonntp! of lime. I
Pensacola driver of a banana truck, her own way. lady-Kiwanians) from the local C.: E. STEBEL r "

who had a tarantula in his. On the chance she could pay for club made the trip to Fort Myers r 4

them later, food and clothing, seed Wednesday night to the Inter-Club ITHE, CIRCUIT COURT," Electrical Contracting r
meeting held at the a
:The highest Los Angeles' domes- and fertilizer were provided. Every [' HEXDRY PHONE 2121 ;
time had by all, especiallyArt
tic electric rate is 4.8 cents, the low- day a borrowed mule was worked good was COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
Lawrence who singled out PAHOKEE, FLORIDA i
est 1.5 cents. Just for comparison. and either she or her 14yearoldboy was --
California has state utility regula- paid its rental by working forth for particular attention by a dainty '
little miss who sang a clever little
tion.-Tampa Tribune. ; owner of the mule. Complainant, ) ELECTRIC

From her independent spirit, and song. vs. ) REFRIGERATORS I

A stenographer ought to make a desire to labor rather than remaina VERNOR, LLOYD TURPEN, ) RANGES AND
good wife. She knows how to take ,burden on society and from the O. W. Manning of South Bay, who Defendant. ) APPLIANCESYou -

dictation..-Miami Herald. And so"n. came enough to pay the "grubstake" has some extensive farming under- BILL FOR DIVORCEIt r
correct the boss' errors without call- and some to spare. way, had an unusual accident to one appearing by affidavit appended t rt
of his irrigation last week the Bill of' Complaintin 1
Ing attention to them. God bless the sons and daughtersof pumps to sworn '
The pump was damaged by an alli- the above entitled cause that the
these United States who, in the
gator which was drawn Into it by defendant Vernor Lloyd Turpen is a .....__ ., f
One of the men recently returned face of worthless idleness and indolence "'"' f
non-resident of the State of Florida
of the water current. ; !
from the 2nd Byrd expedition about them, having the courage the force that there is no person in the Stateof
Little America. He explained that I I to follow the same standards of pa- That's an experience that would Florida the service of process ir] Wreck 'Em t:,

complained that he was "too hot" at tience, industry, thrift and the old- probably occur only in the 'Glades. I Chancery upon whom would bind i
there was a Californian in his shack fashioned virtues of their fore Farm equipment is seldom injuredby the said defendant.It : We Fix 'Em

who kept the place heated to 95 de- bears.-Live Oak Democrat. alligators getting caught in it. is thereupon ordered that the
grees. defendant, Vernor Lloyd Turpen, band e PAINTING BODY AND I
:THE LID AJAROn The Engineers seem to find the appear to the Bill of Complaint t FENDER WORK
Palm Beach highway more hazardous in said cause on or before the 6th
than the Lakeshore road, despite day of :May A. D. 1935, otherwisethe TOPS SEAT
the short view President
--- ,
Bill of
allegations of said Complaint
The stream lined stainless steel Roosevelt cast political expediencyto the heavy traffic and curves will be taken as confessed b y
Zephyr makes a new era in the his- the winds when he told Federal bridges and canals on the latter. said defendant.It Done by An Expert ;

tory of railroading. Using only $12 Relief Administrator Hopkins to Capt. Carter, and L. H. Biggs, is further ordered that th Courteous Service .

for fuel oil for the trip from Phil- pursue investigation of alleged cor- both of the Gulfport, and InspectorJim above notice be published in the Work Guaranteed.

adelphia to Miami it offers a fast, ruption in Ohio to the fullest. For Stockley were seriously' injured Clewiston News, a newspaper pub Prices Reasonable.
safe and economical method ,of trav- here we have the Republican attorn- while returning to their work aftera lished in said County and State, one

elling via railway that will permit ey-general of a state receiving froma week-end with their families on a week for four consecutive weeks ;;:
Done and ordered at LaBelle PIONEERService rp
competition with the truck and bus Democratic President allegedly incriminating the East Coast Sunday night. A tire :
'Chevrolet Florida, this 14th day of March, A
lines. The Zephyr Is the first step affidavits aimed at the blew out and the coupe D. 1935. StationBELLE

in the come-back of the railroads. campaign committee of a Democrat- wrecked. Mr. Biggs was the most (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,
Once the back-bone of the nation's ie governor. critically injured, suffering a frac- Clerk Circuit Court.H. GLADE PHONE 10

transportation system, railroads Republicans in Ohio are naturally tured skull and other injuries. Ail A. RIDER Wrecker, Service at All Hours
have fallen into disuse gleeful. And Democrats, in Washington are in a West Palm Beach hospital., Solicitor for Complainant.No S
more and more .. .
EO... ,...... ..,..."_ rl; -' ......
out to -'- -'-
Particular -
as fewer and fewer people trav- and Ohio, are dejected. Even sympathy goes 56-March 22-29, April 5-12-19

elled by train and a large portionof those partisans who support Presi-

merchandise and produce are dent Roosevelt and the consider-

shipped by truck lines. able majority of Ohio party leaders ". .;.-;:
Marked changes and improvements who are anti-Davey, are saying that 's' -:. ,.. .s.

and a vigorous advertising "the matter should have been handled :;: :.:. A FOR A. IT E :;: :;:

campaign, have kept the eyes and differently-quietly!" y s -. !Ld .'. .'.

minds of the nation focused on automobiles Moreover, the Roosevelt chieftainof y s

trucks and highways to the practical politics, 'Postmaster Gen- :;: .:_:: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment ; :::

" detriment of the railroad industry.Of eral Farley, was evidently not con-

\ late years a number of improve- ulted. He and Governor Davey have ..0.:. .::.. .s.. ..y.i..
ments have been made in the trains, been on the best of terms. Their relations Xy

which offered more comfort and were recently cemented by x "
pleasure to the passengers, but the personal conferences of" the "call- : ? 4 (# ; ;- Y
Improvements have not been of suf- me-Jim"-"call-me-Maitin" type. And :i: ::: ;4 ::: :i:

ficiently startling nature to compete the general attitude of Democrats i ?
with the bus lines and automobiles.The toward Governor Davey was that v y
Zephyr seems to be as far "we've got to support him for the ... .y. 1 Vy.
ahead of the average train as the sake of party unity no matter what : : "s.xx

train was ahead of the pony express. happens." .:. .:_. i .:. .x:.
Watch the railroad business pick This orthodox altitude of partisan .:. .:. .;. + '
I .:. .:. I .. '"
up. self-protection has now been tossed I : :- "
away by President Roosevelt. YetI y y y yy

THE AMATEUR GARDENERIt I is only on the short view" that his x
action can be considered' bad> poli- yf

was the busy hour of four tics. Basically, nothing could be bet- .', Yy..
When from a city hardware store ter politics than to convince the 0:. .L ..t.. .i.

Emerged a man who bore country that the Administration is : Y Y 1

One hoe, striving to keep relief work free '' r 'r yy
; One spade, from the taint of partisanship."You .:. .t. o.:.
' .. .t'
One rake. must not play politics with : : ...
:, .-. ."t.. .-, ..
From there our hero promptly went human misery", has been an Admin- : ': ,.
, Into, a seed establishment istration catch-word from the start tf I xx
' And for these his 1 adapted from President Hoover's 'yy' .. b
. things money ';' .:. I .} .:.
: spent: slogan, and notably carried out in ; : ..
.. x fy
f' One peck of bulbs I some situations, sadly negated in 1: i. y
One lot assorted shrubs, I others. In Ohio, the partisan chip ; ,
t' One quart vegetable seeds. are evidently being allowed to fall 0:' .!. +, '. X1 I Ij .:.

: He has a garden under way where they may. This is all the more '-' '. y.
."I And if he's fairly lucky, soon striking because Ohio is an important "',.{. }. .;.,
t, He'll have-about the last of June: pivotal state, necessary to the .t.. .s.S. .:..
I. .
;. One tomato vine, Roosevelt campaign next year.It S j I !. I .( .
"; ., .. .. ...
One eggplant would seem, therefore, that justin .. .:. .s.:
One radish the crisis of the works relief bill

-Pathr ,der. when signs of non-partisanship are Jot.
:; yr1 particularly needed the Administration il: Pay The Balance Like Rent 1 \L.rr

< HER KIND COUNT gives evidence of Its political .:. ., .'. .:.
impartiality. Democrats in Congressare :;: :;: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :;: :;:

(- She did not win a beauty prize annoyed. Their party regularityis :;: ;:;: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :_i: :;_:
:; ,- contest) run for office, or lead a jostled. An unpleasant odor is

t;> campaign to abolish anything. Unknown aboard, and they would have much

W! .<'-. outside of her own neighborhood preferred to keep the lid on. Yet n_ Clewiston Home Building Association n._: :

t.,: a year ago Mrs. Irene Davis the country generally should have ;

'., > of Greeneville, Alabama, has been more confidence in the President be- .. .0. ., ..
presented with a silver cup. The ad- cause he did not hesitate to lift it. I .:.. PHONE: : 102i ? s
; x
jniring citizens 'rtesgrv credit for ac- Christian Science Monitor, 1PAGE

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FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1D35 : I,


: .:.. :.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.;. Mrs. Grace Cahill and ,Miss Mary lovely flower vase. THE COMMUNITY CHURCH

\ : :: McCrone spent the week-end visitingin At the refreshment: hour, Mrs. SCHOOL. NEWS Sunday, April 7, 1035: ",

:_|: Personal Mention :$;: West Palm Beach. Scharnberg presented Mrs. Downs Rev. D. Jenkins Williams, Minister

1 V I with a pretty birthday cake holding
(. 9:45
a. m. Sunday School.
Mr. and Mrs. Robbins and 16 candles.. ice
lighted Strawberry
.4 4' -';- A. Latzke of Winter Park was a time here with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. 10:45 a. m. Junior Church.
' .- business visitor here this week. ren of Miami are spending some cream, cake and coffee were servedto --- 6:30 p. m. The Pioneers, Miss Lock- .
( Beardsley. Mr. Robbins and Mrs. Mrs. Fred Hill, Mrs. Redelsheimer Thes chapel program, to be pre- hart, Supt.
Mrs. Meluh Mrs. sented this morning in the assembly, 7:30 p. m. Annual Meeting of
sister.Mr. Mrs. ,
j R. L. Dosh was a visitor in Miami Beardsley are brother and Percy, I Ii
. is sixth Church will follow the brief
by the grade and featuresa
;;" :yesterday. Claude Downs, Mrs. W. C. Owen, i
j worship service.
I. and Mrs. H. A. Leydig and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. Bestor, play, "Our, Grandfather," writtenby

: Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Griffith of son, Dick, returned to their homein Mrs. C. R. Byrd, Mrs. F. D. Duff, Dicky Owen.

1'. .Azucar were visitors here Tuesday. Somerset, Pennsylvania, this Mrs. Fred Henricksen, Miss Gynna The complete program is: Can Happen

week after a visit here with Mr. and Henricksen, Mrs. Francis Wright, Song--"Welcome, Sweet Spring- According to the' anatomist the vocal ..
I!'. I Mrs. I. D. Leydig.Dr. Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and Mrs. O. .,F. time-by class. cords of women are smaller and
Ira A. Pritchard of Kansas City i
shorter than those of
Schiffli.. Life of Andrew JacksonMargaret | men, but few r.
was a business visitor here Monday. Von Mach. people would ever suspect It-Ex-
Alice Lynch'of St. Petersburg, HINTS TO HOUSEWIVES change. .
Song-Turkey in the Straw-Un-
is few weeks here in the
spending a ,
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson spent der the Harlem Moon-Carlton Pre-
the week-end visiting in Fort Myers. home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGe- Weekly from Home Demonstration. vatt.
hee, while giving Mrs. McGehee a
Specialists, Tallahassee
Play-"Our Grandfathers".
'series of treatments.C. .
,; A. Jules Benedic of Atlanta spent Gas t--Phillip Brown-Dicky LENT IS HERE
i l. Monday and Tuesday: in Clewiston. ANY DAY CAN BE FISH DAY Owen; Betty Brown-Alice' Cowart;
I I W. McDonald spent Saturdayin Friday has been set aside from Grandfather Brown-L e o/n a r d Come To Church

': ... L. O. Gravely of LaBelle was a Orlando, returning Sunday after- time immemorial as the day to eat Thomas. I
f":'.'->' business_ visitor in Clewiston Mon- 'noon with Mrs. McDonald and child- fish. Why should people in Florida Song and Dance-I Never Slept Doctor Williams
:",' 'I\': day. ren who had been visiting there for leave fish for that one day's menu, A Wink Last Night,June Hooker. Father FinncganLOST

several days. when we have such a variety of fish Story of Lamps and LightsLorean -

Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Mowry spent at our disposal and could use them Scott, Nealy Geiger, Jim Hol-
Saturday' in West Palm Beach. I Miss Betty Jane Irons and Miss several times during the week to land, Betty Bailey and Billy Davis.
i Lois Robinson of St. Petersburg arrived good advantage? j Acrobatic Dance-Julia Ann Og-
. :.3 Mr. and Mrs. George W. Sparks yesterday to spend the week- Fish has long been recognized as lesby. '
c' : and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt end with Miss Iron's parents, Mr. a valuable protein food and one \

spent Sunday in West Palm Beach. and Mrs. Paul Irons at the Clewiston which can even be eaten by those DOCTOR WILLIAMS .
/, Inn. demanding .a diet easily digested., ADDRESSES STUDENTS I
,p.: Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roy Yates have I There are so many kinds of fish -- \ "

t moved to Moore Haven where they I I Mr. and Mrs. W M. Redelsheimerand i, available' and so many methods .for Doctor D. J. Williams addressedthe :
recently purchased a home. son, Billy, have moved into the preparing them into t delicious dishes, high school students at the chapel Man's Ring. Large ;
house on Circle Drive recently vacated i that o'ne can add interest, variety program yesterday morning. Doc-

Dr. and Mrs. S. L. Laswell of by Mr. and Mrs. Foster Mere- and food value to a family meal by tor Williams is always enjoyed by Bloodstone Inscribed 'i'iI

t': ,'1;. iI ; Alma, Illinois, arrived in Clewiston dith. The Merediths have taken an I using fish often.In the students, who gave him com- Setting.
,"': Monday for a few days stay. apartment in the Hopkins Building. I cooking fish, we usually thinkof plete attention during his talk.
---..- broiling, frying or baking as. the The chapel program: Song-Dix- W. F.-1882.

A. L. Hackett and J. F. Curry, Jr., I Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., returned I method to be ,used. Dishes prepared ie-Assembly.
spent the week-end in West Palm Sunday from a few days visit with properly by either of the above me- Devotional and talk-Doctor Wil

j Beach. .' friends and relatives in Abbeville, I thods are delicious and appetizing. liams. Return to this office and
J Georgia. Miss Ocie Hamilton accompanied There are other ways of cooking Harmonica Solos-Ed Clark,

Mrs.Willard Sallas and children her and will visit in I fish, such as in chowders, &pups Charles Roberts, George Smith, J. D.
': of Belle Glade were guests of Mrs. Clewiston as her guest for a few croquettes and the like, which lend Hooker. liberal' reward will be
: Leslie Miller here Monday. days. themselves to still greater variety in Song-Old Folks At Home-As-
the diet. Fish may be served at sembly. -.." -- :

M. T. Ironmonger spent the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Clark Hayes of Chi- breakfast, lunch, dinner, light sup- paid. V
;r Jn Fort Lauderdale with Mrs.. cago and their daughter, Miss Mary per, picnics or banquets. The fol- HONOR ROLL FOR MARCH1st
Ironmonger and their son, Clark. Alice, who is a student at Chevy lowing sauces are nice to serve with --.-- -- -

Chase school in Washington, visited broiled, fried or,baked fish: Grade-Bruce Beardsley, Peg- ..!....................................................................................' k
J. E. Beardsley, M. H. Crouch andC. Dr. and Mrs. D. Jenkins Williams on I I Tomato Sauce gy Brussell, Nora Oglesby, Mamie .
E. Miner were vistors' in Sebring Sunday. The visitors are spending a Take 1 cup strained tomato, 1 tablespoon Trice, Joyce Bullen.
Monday\ evening.Mrs. short vacation in Florida.H. fat, 1 tablespoon corn- 2nd Grade-B illy Wright,
starch, 1 slice onion, salt and pep- Douglas Emanuel, Sue Von Mach. Good FarmLand
O. C. Benbow and Mrs. F. M. G. McArthur, of Tampa, has returned per to taste. :3rd Grade-Josephine Digges,
Barbee of Moore Haven spent yes- to Clewiston as druggist in Put the tomato through a sieve. Marianne Jones, Mozelle Stone, Eu-
terday visiting friends he're. Alston's Drug Store. rac", as his Moisten the cornstarch and add to gene Roberts, Billy Perry, Ernest
familiarly! known here, held the the heated and seasoned tomato. Oliver, Philip McLeod, John Vic

Mr. and Mrs H. W. Pillsbury of same position with Alston's here a Scald the onion in the sauce, remov- Emanuel.4th <." ,
Anna Maria, 'Florida, were over- few years ago, and has many friends ing it before the sauce Is served. Grade-Janie Brantley, Gloria -
night visitors in Clewiston Tuesday.L. who are delighted to welcome his Mustard Sauce McDuffie, Audrey Christian, Son-I for Rent

return. Use 3-4 cup vinegar, 1-4 cup wat- ny Vaughn, John Poole. I .
C. Pearson of Cedar Rapids, er, 1 1-4 tablespoons cornstarch, '1 :5th Grade-No Honor Roll Given.
Iowa, spent a few days' in ,Clew- DEAN BRUCE CELEBRATES j I teaspoon ground mustard, 2 tablespoons 6th Grade-Dicky Owen, Alice I

iston on business this week. THIRD BIRTHDAY WEDNESDAYMary I fat, and 1-2 teaspoon salt. 2 Cowart, Renee Wethington.7th ..........
j I tablespoons finely chopped pickle Grade -Dan Beardsley, J. D.
i '''''''' Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Swango of Dean Bruce celebrated her may be added. Hooker, Dick Patterson.8th I
: Belle Glade spent Sunday in Clew, third birthday' Wednesday with a This sauce is excellent for bakedor Grade--LeRoy Hare, Jimmy I

\1 iston with their daughters, Mrs. I party given by her mother, Mrs. broiled fish.Maitre Harrington, Billy Owen, Francis I TrespassersWill
James Lee and Mrs. Arnold Shuler. James Bruce, for a group of her lit- d' Hotel Sauce Wright, Willie: V. Hooker.

tle playmates. Cream together: Three tablespoons Senior High School-Page Cowart, Bet
Mrs. Tod Fulmer and son, Tod, Enjoying the afternoon of parlor butter, 1 tablespoon' lemon Althea Ford, Bobby Patterson Gla-

Jr., left Wednesday to spend a and outdoor games were Junior I juice, 1-2 teaspoon salt. and 1 table- dys Willis, Ethel Willis. : ProsecutedThe I Iv
month with relatives in South Geor- I Smith, Bobbie Smith, Junior spoon finely chopped parsley if de-

gia. and Margie McCracken, Peggy Law- sired. ,
-- I ler, Junior Raines, Bobby Nebiker, This sauce resembles a soft but- ..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:H:":":":.':":":"" I
Mrs. E. W. Digges, Mrs. W. S.
Richard Knight. and Sara Bruce. ter, and is to be spread on the hot .: .;.
Cowart and Mrs. Robbins were busi- ; EVBHGLADES I
The dining table was decoratedto I meat, so the fat will be melted. y y II.
ness visitors in West Palm Beach
Wednesday. II resemble a circus tent and was 'I Cucumber Sauce :;::;: FUNERAL .::. I.
centered with the birthday cake Take 1 grated cucumber, 1-2 cup A : I
T around which marched animal whipping 2 tablespoons lemon .
I cream
Mr. and Fred A. McKenzie HOME
spent this:week in Lakeland at their I crackers., The plates contained a gelatine I juice, 1-4 teaspoon salt. ..ii Iii
dessert in green and. yellow. I Beat the cream until sUrf, Add
home. Mrs H. S. French and
ter, Patsy, accompanied them.Irs. daUgh-\. \ molded to resemble a circus wag- the acid' and salt slowly and then :i:. Licensed Funeral Directors ::t.: ClewistonCompany I I II
on and drawn by a pair of animal fold in the grated cucumber. *:*
.:.. and Embalmers l I It :.
cakes, held in position by icing. Horso Radish Sauce : I II I
Keathley Bowden and son, .
Kay, and ,C. J. Lovvorn= spent the Novel handmade animals and Use 3 tablespoons horseradish, 1 :;: Ambulance Service :X!: II I
weelr- nd with their parents in birds were given the youngsters for tablespoon vinegar, 1-4 teaspoon !: I I
Okeechobee. favors. salt, and 4 tablespoons heavy cream .'. CLEAVISTON PHONE 328.;: I
-- I beaten stiff. 121 ; ja.*.*1*.N..1 J N.N.N.N/H. .N**JJ.*t**.**.11.MAN 11.NAM.;"r

Miss Wilma Douglas is spending MRS. COUSE WINNER OF Mix the first three ingredientsand :X: PAHOKEE PHONE 2. 01 X:
then add cream..
several days in Miami where she has --..;; ..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:..:..i.:..:.i..io .:..:..:..:..:..:..'
entered a hospital for observation, J. M. COUSE
Mrs. J. F. McLure entertained a I PULLING GRAPEFRUIT
; following a recent injury. few friends I I II
if Wednesday afternoon at INSTEAD OF CLIPPING I
Counselor and Attorney at Law
contract bridge for.Miss. GIVES LESS STEM: ROT I
Mrs.' I. M. Pafford, Mrs.: A. A. Katherine Pittard of Los An-I Hopkins Building

Munroe and Mrs. C. E. Nail arc geles, who is the guest of her sister, A slight difference the method .e Wednesdays and Saturdays
business visitors in West Palm Mrs. Fred Flanders in Moore Haven. of harvesting grapefruitpullingthe 9:30 to 4:00Cantrell's

Beach today. !' Playing were Mrs. G. C. Poole, fruit from the stem instead of I i Treatment ExplalnathemarveloueWIlard which (. bringing _

Mr. and Mrs. James J. Thomasof Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. E. W. Digges, I clipping it off-lessens Ions from money-back amazing relief.guarantee Sold on Ironclad K

Columbus, Ohio, who are spend- Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. C. W. stem-end rot. This discovery, simpl PRICELESS INFORMATION Stock FarmBujs
ing the winter in Miami were guestsof McDonald, Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mrs.C. in itself but far-reaching in its effect --for thoso Buffering from II and Sells
Dr. and Mrs. D. Jenkins Williams E. Nail and Mrs. Keathley Bowden has been made by a United t Pap s ULCERS STOMACH POOR OR.DUODEN'L DICES"HON. B
Wednesday. I of Clewiston, Mrs. Flanders. I States Department of Agriculture Es ACID DYSPEl'M/. Cattle, Hogs, Mules
_0__ I Miss Pittard, Mrs. J. M. Couse and I horticulturist, J. R. Winston. NESS.HEARTBURN COSTIPATION.
Mr. and M>s. F. Deane Duff returned Miss Bertha Gram of Moore Haven. I Stem-end rot is one of tho most SLEEPLESSNESS. DAD OR GREAT HEJV and Poultry.
Sunday from Tallahassee Mrs. Couse won high score prize, I serious decays affecting Florida and ACHES DUE TO EXCESS ACIlA >
I t for a free copy of Il'/Worrf'j Ulet. agr. Located 2 miles East of Clcwis>touon
Mrs. Simpson consolation and Miss Texas grapefruit developing/ after
where Mr. Duff attended a meeting i) are Autborucd VViUard Dealers.
of the Okeechobee Flood Control Pittard received a lovely guest prize.A the fruit is harvested. Alston Drug Co. Clewiston, };'IL\. I I I I Highway.
board on Saturday.Miss delicious salad course was served : Grapefruit always has been cut
at the conclusion of play. from the trees with clippers. Apparently -

Betty Spicer and Miss Ro- I the stem-end rot fungus gains :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

berta George, who are attending MTCS. SCHARNBERG HOSTESSAT easy entrance through the clipped X "
business school in Miami, spent the AFTERNOON BRIDGK; I stem. At any rate, when the fruit is +; HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW

week-end here with Mrs. Leah Spic- I pulled from the stem at time of pick- :: WILLIAMS ICE-O-MATIC t.i
i er and Mr. and Mrs. Robert George. Mrs. Herman Scharnberg was i I ing a corky layer develops which de- :
hostess at an afternoon contract;I creases losses from stem-end rot. :i: America's Most Economical Electric .=*.:
:Miss Eva Mae Greene spent the bridge Tuesday in honor o'f the I Pulling is faster than clipping. .:. _;
wpplc-end in Plant City with her father birthday of Mrs. Claude Downs.At Moreover, there is not the danger of"the ::: 01'_ Refrigerator :::;
and mother, who drove down the conclusion of play, Mrs." I sharp "stem buttons" cutting :;:: ; Can be purchased with: no money down .and as low as .:;
for her on Saturday. She returnedSunday H. A. Bestor was awarded high the peel of other' grapefruit. Such / .
evening. score prize, a pair of hand hem'I cuts allow entry of blue mold and .y:. $7.75 per month. .;.-

stitched linen pillow cases; Mrs. J. other organisms which cause decay. Y RADIO SHOPs ::
Miss Vilma Rhodes returned Sunday P. Percy received a set of bridge i The great difficulty with stem-end :;: CLEWISTON ..
from her home at Oakland cards for second high score, and I rot is that it develops in apparently .. Authorized R. O. A. Victor Sales and Service .;.

where she was called by the sudden Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer a framed 1 sound fruit sometimes after pick- i'ii Clewiston Drug Co. Clewiston-Florida :;:
death of a close friend last Thursday picture for third high. Mrs. F. Meluh ing-perhaps in the retail store or
was consoled;: for low score with a even in the consumer's kitchen. Y'iN i'i/.:..:.;:..;..;..:..;";...X."h.: .. ..;..:..;.. :..;.;..;..;..;.';":"''':-v1 -:'')


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I Rays of Sun Important .

in Relation to Foods

1 Experiments recently carried out The "liquid test"
OUR COMIC SECTIONTHE l in Cleveland, Ohio, go to prove that
animals derive their energy by the
reradiation of the sun's rays on a. it ENDS bowel worries
the food they eat. Dr. George Crile
placed brain tissue In a flask and for many peopleThis

Her. In total darkness a faint greenish
S.SSr Not for
FEATHERHEADS e"_ is a test that tells you whetherthe
glow was seen, which grew _even
system needs a cathartic change.If .
\ HAVIMC HER. I MUST AGREE brighter when the bottle was shak have constant
Y you sluggish spellsor
SALLIE LCOKBPVERY ( J en. By the use of delicate Instruments
BOBBErDCERTAlMLT WITH "toU'DEARLOOKED very bilious attacks, and laxatives seem
ATTRACTIVE: HAIR / / it was proved that these to make things worse, it would be
I "foJl HT- PIDM'T 'fES-j SHE radiations are produced in different wise to try this: .

"< SO'I I IMPROVED MUCH touN&ER wave lengths, and that the additionof Stop all use of any laxative,that
does not variation from
certain drugs increased or de- encourage a
I HER APPEARANCE creased the luminescence at wilt "fixed dose" (which may be entirelytoo
/ Doctor Crile, who has studied froma large a dose for your individualneed
/ ). Use instead, a liquid laxative
scientific standpoint the behaviorof
that and
you can measure regulate
thousands ,of animals, says that as to dose. As necessary to repeat,
ci the thyroid and adrenal glands dif! take smaller doses, less and less often,
0 ofiIt fer in size, according to the needsof until the bowels are moving withoutany
C \ l1- their owners. Thus, lions and help:at all.

tigers possess large glands, which Doctors use liquid laxatives, anda ,
y give them the energy they need so properly prepared liquid laxative,
natural laxative
often at a moment's notice, but containing agents
like senna and cascara is a joy anda
these glands are much smaller In
0 comfort; a real help in establishing
iIt \ alligators and' crocodiles, whose regularity. Ask your doctor about
habits are mostly slow and slug- this I (Doctors use liquid laxatives.)
gish. It has been established that I You can get Dr. CaldwclFs Syrup
the thyroid glands in the case of Pepsin, which is a most dependable
\\\ man are larger than the adrenal liquid laxative, at any drug store.

-rHI"1 I'LL l ; / SHOULD SAY glands in t animals because there Is I
I WHATi i a much greater need for sustained '
I. HAVE MIME( 1 you WoN'T Ill WANT To energy over long periods.-London t.& i1e&
OBBEroo \ Tit-Bits.

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Company in another part of this pa- .
per. They will send a full week's sup-
ply of health giving Postum free to WEAK AND MISERABLE?

who writes for it.-Adv.
anyone :Mrs. J. E. Hammock of
% FII Plant City, I la. said: "I
was suffering from a Tieak-
Soft Water Best
that caused to
ncss r me
New York state sanitation officials ? have a breakdown. I was
\ Il IlI completely played out but
P IlI m figure that It is profitable to undertake .p;. Dr. Picrce's Favorite Pre-
I the softening of any water sup- scription made me well and
strong. I believe there is
ply having a hardness of over 150 nothing like the 'Favorite
parts per million, since there Is a Prescription for woman's ills."
New size, tablets SO cts., liquid 100. Large
=- I riviiQ fuel and clothing. Write Dr. Pierce's Clinic, Buffalo, N. Y..
for free medical advice.
western Newspaper Union ,

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n colds and the aches and pains colds.
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They dissolve (disintegrate) almost
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for a gargle Genuine Bayer Aspirin
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Getting On I IN RECEIVING LINE"I Couldn't Scare Him ;/ Look New Again '

"How is your boy Josh gettin' on?" "What do you repair shoes with?" '
asked the neighbor. asked the small boy watching the cob
"Fine," said Farmer Corntossel. bler at work.
"He's makin' a heap o' money." "Hide," replied the cobbler. i

"Made good In the big city?" "What for?" asked the youngster."I kj// '
"No. Josh Is a gigolo. He didn't said hide. The cow's outside!1" explained \I
bother to make good. He jes' went to the cobbler. -y

tb. bad. "Don't care if It Is. Who's afraid ofa O ___ ,
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cow? .
Escaped a Tag .

"Officer, my car has' been stolen. He Should Have Stayed Down You'll marvel too, at how,beautiful i
"Tou are lucky. I was just going to First Crook-How did Bill die? I
a your car after I
summon you for parking here without "I hope I'm not taking you from your Second Crook-'E fell through some o you
-+crmlsston." work." scaffolding.First Simoniz it. But Simonizing does '

"No; I Just come down to the office'to Crook-Whatever was 'e doingup more than just bring back the
NEXT NUMBER receive visitors." there? 1//
Second Crook-Being 'anged.CURTAIN beauty your car had .

Need Something Stronger when new. It makes the finish '

;1tnUe-I wish I knew a way to get stay beautiful. Dust and dirt I
rid of that silly boy friend of mine. \ I"
wipe off of.a
Tijlle-Why don't ;you try eating Simonized car witha f

garlic 1MlUicI dry cloth, and the finish sparkles '-
1 -
did, but it didn't do any I
good. I found I was just wasting my as bright ever. So always

breath.-.Capper's Weekly.Ample insist on Simoniz and Simoniz

lt Kleener for your car.
Reason"I Q ER pUCp Et'U%
Uill-Is she Intellectual? need a holiday," said tbs pretty 1
Bob-Not so you could notice. The cashier. "I'm not looking my best""Nonsense Simonizing a car Is easy! The t t '
only food for thought that Interestsher ," said the manager."It Young PlaywrIght-What did new improved Simoniz Kleener
you quickly restores the lustre.
U the kind they pass around on Isn't nonsense; the men are be- I think of my climax? Simoniz gives the finish lasting
fashion plates. ginning to count their change." CrItic-It was very welcome beauty and protection.

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. UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL HAILED AS MAN'S a friend. Hand-to-mouth Infectionsare
BRISBANE responsible for the spread of a

FIRMEST FRIENDPublic large proportion of communicable

SUNDAY 1 disease, especially of disease trans- f
, THIS WEEK [Lesson sanitation has great vic- mitted through the nose and throat. I

% tories to its credit in the control and But surrounded as is modern man I

\, (By REV. P. B. FITZWATER D. D.. prevention of disease, and strides with the means to cleanliness, It Is I
Member of Faculty. Moody Bible HERE IT IS...
Suddenly 'Polite Institute of Chlcll o.) along these lines have been made in a simple matter to play safe by wash- '
Western Newspaper Union. rapid manner within the last few Ing with soap and water. AColeman, !
? He Is
Why Prepared years. Beliefs in charms and magic

I, Thought for Atheists Lesson for April 7 have disappeared, and science. producing Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets are the or\g. LANTERN 1 1I I

4. Strange Hangings more wonderful gifts for the inal little liver pills put up 60 years ago. Coleman Lanterns (turn t
treated THE HEAVENLY FATHER modern world. Cleanliness and sanitation They regulate liver and bowels., -Adv. night into day Give plenty PRICED AS LOW AS I Ij
: How is :
politely Germany outdoor
every R OK
bl thih CM"ETE ;
.', suddenly by the "victorious allies" I Is a health program spon- in every kind
Pictorial Signs of weather. Up to 300 candlepoweibrilliance. i
.. '
LESSON TEXT-John 14:8-24. sored in schools and the
Recently Germany : our public Pyrex glass globe makes it wind-proof, rainproof '
was kicked around. GOLDEN 'l'EXT-LiI as a father most Important tool used is the So that travelers from all partsof and insect-proof. Can't spill fuel even t
( pitieth his children, so the Lord pltieth the world may understand, pictorIal if tipped over Fine for night work around
all her money taken small, everyday piece of soap.It barns,feed lots garage and cellar; for light-
that fear him. Psalm 103:13.
: have been erected J
signs at ingup! lodges, clubs and cabins. It's the
French la just a little more than 100
by the allies, PRIMARY '
TOPIC-The Heavenly Fa- Parkeston Quay, Harwich\ England, Light of a Thousand Uses .
and English soldiers ther. years ago that a French chemist : See your hardware or honsef urnishing deal i
a telegraph pole Indicating the tele- er. If he doesn't handle write f
camping on JUNIOR TOPIC-The Heavenly Father evolved the chemistry of soap and us.
graph office, a trunk the baggageroom i iDept.
her territory at her made It a practical object of manu- THE COLEMAN LAMP & STOVE CO.
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC and a big question mark the .WU129, Wichita,Kana.; Chicago! ,lIla t
the Versailles facture. Today it Is one of the .
c : ,expense, -AVhy We Call God Father. Los Angeles,Calif.: Philadelphia. P..; l
Information clerk.
.. used'nee Toronto.Ontario,Canada. O29)
: treaty sternly YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC cheapest and most widely i
: enforced. -The Fatherhood of God. cessities of daily life. it t

t% What a changenow Habits of cleanliness, as taught in RUBBER STAMPS.: Name and address 3 PIPE SMOKERSNew
lines EOc. Key tags 25c. Special rubber and kind of pipe cleaners White Carna. I'
England sends The aim in the lessons of this quar- our schools, today, protect individual steel stamps, seals, stencils. Stamp-Craft, tlon. Sample 15c; 3 dozen 100. B. :1",
the reduce 135 E. :Matson: Ave., Syracuse N. Y. Burjoyne, 622 Terry St., :Nev-IIavenConn. f
: a clever statesman ter is to place before pupils of the health and the spread of dis-

4t to talk it over with Sunday school some of the great doctrInes ease. In the pre-soap age skin diseases t

-. Hitler the moment of the Christian faith, as set and other forms of sickness pre- FOR SALE

'.. .. .' he throws the Ver- forth in God's Word, with their prac- vailed in much larger numbers than IY"CHING. Bolls Certified develop Mars from Rose six Cluster to sixteen Cotton locks Seed.tf f

sallies treaty on to tical application to the common rela- today. a boll-each limb will produce two to flv I
Arthur Brisbane anywhere on the body- such bolls-staple % to 1JA Inches-undei
the rubbish heap. tions of life. Even the most cleanly perspn must favorable growing conditions should produce tf
France is almost polite In messagesto I. Who Is the Heavenly Father come in contact with his environ- also burning irritated skinl'fl:' from one to three bales per acs .. !
Limited amount A-I seed for sale at Jll
Germany. No more threats: ; no (Gen. 1:1). ment, and through this contact the soothed and helped byResino1i per lit, or $25 per 100 lbs prepaid. Caab, t{
He is the almighty God who createdthe skin gives to extraneous microscopic m. o., bank draft or cert. check wilt _
more "Do as we say !I" lodging order. For circular address ,
universe (Ps. 90::2). He was before living things. This may II. L. CLAIBORNE
You know what causes this. Hitler
Box Okla
273 Oklahoma City
lets it be !known that he has been all things. God is the infinite and occur In taking hold of a street ,car -J.
perfect Spirit in whom we live and
preparing for a war In case anybody
move and have our being. lie is om-
wants one that Germany has a well $4 if: -
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nipotent, omniscient, and omnipresent. _______
drilled of half a million men and
commercial airplanes lIe was not only before all things, but Thedford's Black-Draught is madeof :ci j 7
fleet of
fes an enormous _
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:' the cause of all things. the dried, ground-up leaves and
1': bombs
.. that could drop explosive II. What the Father roots of plants that act on the bowels
Heavenly Does,
and poison gas most conveniently.In 1. He created the .universe (Gen. when they are sluggish, or constipated __ .
other words, Germ uy Is pre- For refreshing relief when
pared, willing, ready and able to fight 1:1 ; cf. vv. 20, 27). The universe came you need a laxative, take this dependable TilEREGULAR # .
If anybody insists on it. into being by the will and act of the purely vegetable medicine."I j

,So nobody insists. personal] Being called God. Man him- was almost down; was bloated : ,
There may be a lesson there for this self is a creation of God. and had gas pains until I was in a iAz: [

country, that, if attacked, could only 2. He has provided salvation for bad fix," writes Mr. J. W. Dillard, of ,

throw a few lumps of gold at the lost men (I John 4 :9)). lie gave his Jonesboro, Ark. "I had heard so 'f
only Son, that whosoever believeth in much about Black-Draught, I wantedto
"Please be nice.
and plead :
enemy it. I small doses
try began taking
might live through him (John
-J after meals. I found it was helping 25s-'A !
Flying is like human life in this, 3 :lG). I me. I have regulated my bowels." Pouwoij .

you do not see what It is that pulls you 3. He preserves usPs.. 103:1-14). I THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT {
,The preserving mercy of God embraces
the air.
along through upper I
You look at the three engines, stick- the following gracious beneficent _{

ahead of and acts : ,
ing out Into space you,
see no sign of power, nothing to explaIn a. He forgives all our iniquities (v.

-, what The the It propellers is speed that and keeps move climbing at you a aloft.speed power that or 3)sin the). in This righteous the he atonement is provision able to wrought'do he because made out for by of 0 @ @ @ 1IzWg[ @& !

: makes them Invisible. You know that Jesus Christ. '

you move, but do not see what moves II b. He heals all our diseases (v. 3). -
; This healing refers the
I to body and
you.A clergyman might find a text 'the soul. He first renovates man's tlt ..

for atheists in that. Your atheist ture.moral nature and then, his physical na WHAt YOU HERE -L; GOOD RIDDANCE / ) BEFORE 1 160. MR. WW.VOU lWSOl Nrj/UTEN TO

; "-, ,". ,bia,,' would or gentleman say:. "Do from not talk Senegam-to me c. He redeems the life from destruc- AGAINHAVEN'T I WHAT RIGHT HAV WPMot I'D LIKE YOUNG puppy... HIM. r

of a trinity of propellers that haul me tion (v. 4)). Redemption implies the TOLD YOU THAT YOU YOUNG P OPL TO TO TELL VOU ONE IF YOU HAD MM CRITICIZING

payment of all demands against the THIM6. YOUR HEADACHES AND YOU DON'T t
to my destination and my destiny. If CAN'T MARRY MY .. ENJOY THEMSELVES,

there were any such propellers I debtor. i DAUGHTER/ ? NOW PNyv y 2 DISPOSITION! \\s INDIGESTIONYOU'D LET i-'tIM I

should see them." r, d. He satisfies the mouth (v. 5). GET OUT-YOt YOUN6 11.: :. I RUINING FRAN'S B E WORSE I GET AWA-J f
God satisfies all legitimate desires, so :- i
: that youth is renewed like the .
In Austria, Nazis are supposed to eagle's.In WHIPPERSNAPPER&re'v : !

\i have murdered the Austrian chancellor redemption man's original: capacIties ---I 1LC t
Doll fuss.ow the government are restored to their native vigor.e. .. / : I 1.

that succeeds Dollfuss will hang 17 He executes righteousness and II I 1.I 1.f

Nazis[ as a start. There is nothingno"el judgment (vv. 6-12)). The wrongs of J.11iIi : ii:: ;: : ,. S g9'\1\ 1.t j
: : 'I
in that. Where you have dicta- life are righted and man is thus re- .__ : *' olt t
torship you have wholesale killings. lieved of the burdens which they en- ": ;+ .. -) I' )

They go together.The tail.f.. / t th' '\ f

interesting thing is the methodof I He pities his children (vv. 13, 14). -.: !

hanging in Austria. 'They have no"drop" The pity of an earthly father Is but a --b .r-' \I(Ikt
faint suggestion of the sympathetic !
which causes the criminal to _
break his neck by the jerk of his own compassion of the heavenly Father. -1
4. He chastens his children (Heb.
weight. A noose is put. around the
criminal's neck, and as he hangs "as- 12 :5-11). .i ." .-
sistant executioners" pull at his feet a. The fact (vv. 5, 6). Everyone 4 j f

until he chokes to death It must who Is God's spiritual child experI- i I fI

ences chastening, an unmistakable evi- I
be a disagreeable spectacle, even for ;
dence of sonship.b. N6Xt MORNING t,
: the "assistant executioners. A/W/ MOTHER SUFFERED VVlfH tgVE r

How it should be received (vv. THE SAME THIM6S,M I1RMON. Jj o HIM! 1ELL WHEN POSTl/M/ !

Learned professors tell you the say- 6-8)). It is the token of his love (v. 6). THE DOCTOR SAID SH HAD HIM lb MINO DAD, I THINK BOB) OH ALL RIGHT COM65 I I

Ing "beautiful but dumb" is silly, un c. The purpose of (vv. 9-11)). It Is WAS RI6HT- YOU ALL! RIGHTIUTRV )
COFFEE-NERVES so sue & HiS OWN : OOi 1
to bring the child into subjection to GO.j.
true. On the contrary, beauty and Intelligence HAVE BEEN PRWKWfi IT I
go together. Also, there is Induce reverence (v. 9). It is to pro- SWITCHED FROM COFFEE TO ,
','no Intelligence that Is not beautiful In duce holiness (v. 10). It is to develop POSTUMAt.lDl1MAQgA| cAM +

Itself. fruits of righteousness (v. 11). HAPPIER. HEALTHIER WOMAN/ ) '> PLEASE 'IOU UtG1 T .

Follow intelligence\ up through the 5. He cares for his children (Matt. Ou1'OFHER1 i' DRINK PO9IIJM 'It-US "

animal kingdom. Your female gorilla I 6:11, 25). The child of God who has )'-r.. MORNING AMD SfiCK

.. Is a horribly ugly creature. The chimpanzee come to know his heavenly Father as 5 11IORIMONTh9\% -.. ,,

r I 4-:-., more intelligent, Is less ugly., the almighty Creator and Preserver, .._. \' ; '
L.. ; The lowest female savage, horrible to whose very essential being Is love, will
0'" look at, is less atrociously ugly than trust the Father for daily bread with- I .

the female chimpanzee, and so on all out anxiety or fear. I : _
the way up.Convicts III. The Heavenly Father RevealedIn 1 : 'I.'I

Jesus Christ (John 14:8, 9). ./ \ -/ //
The supreme purpose of the comingof .k:4> : _
at work in a California __ "
county road camp, In Elizabeth canyon I the Son of God was to reveal God ;Y -;-

: rebelled "because they had no (John 1:8)). Only a being of God's essential A' -..:: : \ \ ;

:\ hashed-brown potatoes" for breakfast. nature could reveal him. Jesus ? W >c2

It was a substantial breakfast-prunes, Christ became man In order that he .: :: __ 'h I knew coffee was bad for

cereal, griddle cakes, but no hashed- might reveal God to man. Only the :, : : "BoB -but I had no idea I
brown potatoes. one who knows Jesus Christ knows ( c.
it could have such an effect on
Men change. When Parmentier, for God. ,
whom the excellent potato soup, pot- IV. How Men Come to Know God as ___ 1 f .
I HONESTLY HotiE'1 I"t : bothers lots of
age Parmentier, Is named brought the the Father (John 3:3-0). .f. "Certainly
: first potatoes to France nobody would It is through regeneration. The new I I NEVER SEEN SUCH ACHANGE. grown-ups that way,Fran. The caffein in coffee sets

eat them. birth is absolutely essential to a .. '.I I '- 1. .' SINCESWITCHED PiE their nerves on edge, keeps them from sleeping, I

An Intelligent king ordered the noblesat knowledge of God s the Fathe?. We .. 014 6OE WA9J'l'it"' GAVG UP COFEE A@D gives them headaches- or indigestion." I

court to wear potato blossoms In are children of God by faith in Jesus .. PFW wOUPERUL. TO POSTUM .

their buttonholes in the spring. Imme- Christ (Gal. 3:2G). 1 u5 / HE'S A NEW If you suspect that coffee disagrees with you. try

diately the comm(n people said, "Pota V. Our Responsibility to the Heav- Postum for 30 days. Postum contains no caffem. It

toes must be good" and ate them. enly Father (Matt. 0:24-34). is simply whole wheat and bran, roasted and slightly

Amerlcan-; The true child who has come to sweetened. It's easy to make, and costs less than i
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of General Foods.
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GRASSFIELD URGESLEGISLATIVE .t ti action taken by the Seminole brought in a load of fish early in and Mrs. E. M.: Cornette renderedtwo

=i= TOO LATE TO =i:: Indian Association in protesting to I the afternoon and after unloadingtook beautiful vocal duets. A large
Washington and branding the affaira some fish home for the family number of friends attended the ser-
ACTS = CLASSIFYRUSSELL :i: "fake" was NEWS and as such to eat. He cleaned the fish before vices and the great number of floral ,
f f found its way into the columns of entering the house and upon enter offerings testified to the respect in i
:: :: papers who would keep {heir read- ing at first saw*nothing wrong. He which he was held by the people of ') y
TO y t.. .. ers informed. had started to leave when he made Moore Haven. ':-f''!''" J

BY And just to make the cheese more the gruesome discovery.Mr. .

i t binding, Charlie Griner writes me Baker native of Canada.He I
am in possession of informa _: KAY from Jacksonville and says "You're was a '
tion that leads me to believe that y I, had lived a colorful life, servingas ;
Y both wrong-the Seminole ain't a
the motion picture industry definitely I a soldier in the Boer War and
will leave California, and there is .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..j HOTEL tribe or!" an Association-it's a as a member of the Canadian North- halt Colds .1

'ifs about it declared R. G. And west Mounted Police for several
no now comes Charles R. Bar- . Best treated
Grassfield, general manager of the field, editor, philosopher and to my ye'ars. He was well educated, at all without "dosing"New
Florida State Chamber of Com- personal ,knowledge "Regular Fel- ST. MARGARET, MAIIY'S CHURCH times a perfect gentleman and so far I

merce, in a formal interview given ler" to inform me that I'm as wet CATHOLIC as is known did not have an enemyin ,,
out recently in Jacksonville. as the last national election as far the world. He served for several : J!!! I
Father F. J. Finiicgan, Pastor
"A stage has been reached in the as my Seminole Indian lore is con- weeks as city marshall of Moore Ha-
Confessions before Mass. II
taxation controversy between that cerned.It ven was was commended highly for
Mass on Sunday Morning at 8:30. the work he did in that capacity. He
:state and the industry where neither all came about through Charlie I
Mass at St. Mary's Church, Pa- was largely instrumental in the or-
is in a position to retract. A min- runnin' across a news story I wrote
ute inspection of Florida ,has dis- about the Seminole Indian Associa- hokee, at 10:30 every Sunday. ganization of a Boy Scout troop

closed to the industry that it can af- tion settin' up on their ear over the: here, .being a real friend to boys and 1..:"'/ ':":":.':":":":":'.:NNNN.:NN:..:..:..:NHNN.:
ford to make demands upon California recent "Peace Treaty" between the MYSTERY SURROUNDS, DEATHO particularly interested in the youth .':.. .1... ,'

which, clearly, cannot be met Seminoles and Federal Government F MOOJtE HAVEN MAN: of Moore Haven. He was- also co-in- ..:'.. and Used ..;.. \l'
by that state, and as a last straw IK signed at the Sun Dance in West I -- ventor of the M-B Storm chart, for "
Its defense Californians are' resorting Palm Beach. (Moore Haven Democrat) charting the course of tropical hur- :: FURNITUREBELLE :;: :

to odious comparisons. They are Well, like Will Rogers, all I ,Leslie E. Baker, former city mar- ricanes, but sold his interest in that
now hammering away at Florida's know is what I read in the papers shall, was found dead at his home business about six months ago to his

summer climate, whereas weather or get first hand from editors, and east of town by his step-son, Pete partner, R. B. Mcllroy
bureau data sustains Florida's con- since the material for that particular Wheeler, Tuesday afternoon aboutl Surviving relatives are Mrs. Baker GLADE =1: I

tention that summer temper lures. article came to me direct from five j o'clock. Death came as re- a small daughter, Catherine; a
In Florida are equable. an editor, and was likewise released sult of a bullet from a thirty-two brother, Donald Baker and a sisterof FURNITURE COMPANY =I i E E't' f

"Florida is ignoring this latter by the Associated Press, I stuck caliber revolver fired at close range 'Somerside, Prince Edward Island, i r I

phase of California's behavior. She It on the copy hook. I\through the head. Canada. Deceased was 58 years of :*:: Bene.made, Florida Y y. ,

wants the motion picture ,industry, But as an earknockerdownerand Although it was at first assumed age. ... -.1. (
and has made no secret about it. reprimander Charlie possesses \that Mr. Baker had committed sui- Funeral services were conductedat .;. Next Door To Theatre .!.

She has held out concessions and such a delightful technique that if cide an element of doubt enters into the grave Wednesday noon by h 1
doubtless is in a position to make he'll just promise to write me when- the case because of the fact that Rev. J. T. Coulliette, burial being :..:..:N:..:N N.1:N:N:N:..N:N:1.:11 N N:N N:N:H NIM:..:N-1

others, if necessary."So over he thinks I'm wrong, I'll be the gun ,which was found close to :
the 80 ------ __ .. .. i_
huge is industry, an tempted to go ahead and, deliberately the body could not be identified by -- ,
million dollar annual payroll and a make a flock of mistakes. Mrs. Baker or Mr. Wheeler Other .P

70 million dollar annual purchasing, Listen to Charlie's classic letterif suspicious circumstances led the cor- YOUR HOME IS YOUR CASTLE

power, that any state may be par- you ask me it's a darb: oner's jury, which was empanelled Admit only clean, constructive news by reading
doned for making every fair efortto Russell Kay, I I immediately, to bring in a verdict of THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR .\

secure this industry Florida News Service, .. death from: a bullet fired from a gun A Daily Newspaper for the HomeIt

"At the outset we' have got to Tampa, Florida. I I in the. hands of parties unknown. gk'esall,, the constructive world news but dot not exploit crime and
realize here in Florida-and keep r "Ah, ha I candal. Has interesting: feature pages for all the family on Women's
Shrimper.so you, too, Sheriff J. J. Wiggins is Investigatingthe Activities, Homemaking, Gardens Education and Books. Also pages ,for
those truths ever in mind-that the have gone to "me-too-in" the Tampa case and it has been rumored the Children and Young Folks. Vigorous editorials and an interpretation of
State as a whole will profit by the Trib in its weak effort at belittliu' that a suspect has been held for << news in the "March of the Nations" Column are of special interest to men.
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transfer ,if we can Induce the indus- an east coast event-spreadin' the questioning, but this has not been. The Christian Science Publishing Society :
try to come to Florida, and that is cry of "fake" and "Humbug" to confirmed as this is written. Please One Norway Street. Boston Massachusetts
cnt r my subscription to Tho Christian Science Monitor for a
why President Alfred H; Wagg of make us believe there ain't no SantaI Mr. Baker is said to have been period of ,
One year $9.00 Three months 12.2S
the State Chamber has requested mean Seminoles-issuin' propa- very despondent for some time be- Six months 4 50 One month lie

every community in the State to I ganda for a guy what, even thoughhe cause of financial worries and being Kama.........,.......................N..N.......... ..............

keep its special motion picture com- says there ain't no Seminoie out of work. According to reports he street..N..a to....... .........,....,................,....,......
mittee intact regardless of develop- tribe, signs off had been for
ments that these committees lend officially as Secy. drinking heavily sev- City.................. ...\............. .State...............................
a the Seminole Indian Association. eral weeks which leads many to incline -
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hand when called upon. Fame and fortune are achieved in toward the suicide theory. i I on

"While ,it is true that Fredrick some mighty queer ways. Socrates, The body was found lying across
Pelton, the industry's technical advisor they say, wore red flannel drawers the foot of the bed with feet on the ,
for seven of the largest pro- and spread propaganda; Columbus "I floor and the gun lying on the floor -

ducing companies, who has just com- thought the world was round and between his feet. Three cartridges / 3 FAMOUS
pleted his Florida survey, and whois discovered America; Washington i were missing from the gun. One of MAGAZINESA

now making a similar survey in crossed the river one night and became these :was found on the bed snapped.One .
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North Carolina, has already narrowed the father of his country, and shot had struck the floor and )
his Florida selections to three DIonne the father of five girls, all ricocheted against: the wall and the AND i
communities, because of their size at one clip; then the great Deering ball was found inside the room. The

and water locations, it is equally Estate in Miami, they say, is the re- third shot entered the head just a- I{
true that the whole of Florida "I!? sult of profits on manure spreader bove the right, ear and lodged : The Tampa Daily Time'sONE -

peculiarly adaptable for motion picture and kindred implements, so why be against the skull on the other side
location work and that the stu serious? of the head causing a fracture and
dios, wherever located, will constantly : ..p Your Indian Association claimsthere's bulging of the head on the left
be sending 'shooting' crewsto : two elements of Indians-or I side. :Dr. D. M. Draughn who first
every point of the commonwealth"We :wo breeds.-because those south of examined the body; stated that thero $1.00

are feverishly at work, here .he Lake go in their shirt-tails and were powder burns on the head and PLUS 15c WEEKLY

at State Chamber headquarters, augmenting I: ours over here wear britches, but evidence that he had lived for a few

Mr. Pelton's survey. Much lammit, they all eat sofka, cooters minutes after the fatal shot was fir- THIS OFFER OPEN TO OLD
remains to be done by Floridians it tad gar-fish, and none of the gals ed. Neighbors testified that they
they capture the seven major studios. : wear corsets. heard two shots about two-thirty but ,i :AND NEW SUBSCRIBERS

That must be impressed upon the Besides what's the sense of havin'a saw no one enter ,or leave the house. "
.- Florida mind. A few minor legisla- "Seminole" association if thereain't Mrs. Baker was away at the time,
ture changes will be necessary, a.9 no "Seminoles.-Accordln to having left home about two o'clockto See the Regular Times Carrier or Write Main Office

Is generally understood. We anticl 'he records they've' been "Crackers" go into town to have some repair for Details

pate; no hitch here. So far the State anyhow, since J.750-so" what's the work done on the car. Mr. Wheeler,

Chamber has received every cooperation diff?
it has sought, from govern- I'm for makin' "Peace" with 'em
mental officials on down the line. for dadblamed if I want any Injun
No community thus far has evidenced snatchln" my bonnett off, nor doin'no

anything but ,the fairest of attitude his William apple." Tell stunt, with me for IS YOUR CAR SLUGGISH ?

"The speed with which the motion Thanks for listenin'

people have attacked their problems Charlie R. Barfield.

Is characteristic of industry. While, Well, after readin' and gigglin'
here Mr. Pelton, and his associate over Charlie's letter, I'm inclined to
Morris Halpern Is a personal repre- take the same position as' the, little
sentative of Joseph M. Sclineck, I boy in school, when the teacher said
wanted information always 'within "If I put down 100 and take away
so' many minutes. or hours; and : 50 what's the difference?" and the

complimented the State Chamber on kid said "Yeah-that's. what I say,
its ability to produce In accordancewith what's the difference?"

their wishes. I know they liked But if Charlie will draw on hid

Florida immensely, but this is no : experience as a newspaperman he
indication that we have the industry will realize that he is wrong in the
'In the bag,' for we have not. Every II assumption that the Florida News

coastline state in the east is battling Service, Associated Press, Tampa
furiously for it. We have the climatic Tribune or any other news agencyfeatured dK

edge, to be sure, overwhelmingly the story with any thoughtor
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it would seem, but that is not go- desire to belittle tho West Palm
ing to be the deciding factor. '

"The deciding factor, and this is I s t :A 4 +
important, is going to be the future few years.
. taxation attitude of whatever state
.' "We are, happily, in a splendid
chosen. I am most certain that our
T physical position to make a bid for
state taxation amendment is goingto
all of this business. We are within I Distributor
be sufficient to do the trick, but ,
four hours of New York City by t
: there is every indication that Floridians -
" '" plane, 3 hours and 39 minutes to
are willing to 'go the limit'
; be exact, and that on schedule air That Good
within -reasonable bounds.
flight? We are closer by 3,000 miles
. "Floridians well know that the to the world's picture market. Internally -
motion picture Industry will bring we have every railroad and Gulf I
; '. to this state not only huge personal highway facility in ample capacities; .

k. Investments and great individual every steamship facility, and up to
: wealth, but that It would be the 1 I this time we have the most advan- Gasoline.1

i : means of bringing,, thousands of new tageous taxation laws for. Individuals 1
,: residents into the state whether dli -' In industries. .

:- rectly or indirectly connected with "Our competitors, therefore will .

i: ..'.. the industry and that business will have a tedious time combatting our

Increase proportionately. bid, provided we of Florida keep our p lF GASOl1Nti LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES
:. "Thepublicity value Rt tOG .
!. to Florida state 'on the screen' 0 to speak: SN .
{:. would be inestimable. Our tourist keep it directly in the foreground, Now U ,tia IN 1 HEI\SES POWER SAVES WEAR
trade J
would .
itself in just a vigorously and persuasively." I .