The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00675
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 25, 1938
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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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00675
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STEWART ATTENDS D. G. Alston CandidateFor Spoke- This Morning C. E. Miner AnnouncesFor [HANDICAP -TOURNEY

Re-election to BoardD. Co. School BoardC.


G. Alston, at present chair-
E. Miner this week announceshis

BOARD- IN ORLANDORepresentative county man of commissioners Hendry county and board member of county candidacy board of for public member instructionfrom of the PAIRINGS! ARE MADEThe

I from the Clewiston district, this
the Clewiston district to suc- _
E. L. Stewart, of week announces his candidacy for yif. i 6J ceed M. E. VonMach, who is not first official

Clewiston, County CommissionersZeke I re-election 'to the board. i 1Iq. seking re-election. Handicap Golf Everglades
Mr. Alston was elected in 1934 Championship open-
Hull w
Mark Poole
Herbert Mr. Miner has served on, the ed last Sunday at the Clewiston
and during his four the
O'Bannon, County Attorney L. O. years. on school board
I previously, having Golf Club with most of the 48 en-
board has rendered capable and
Gravely, Tax Assessor Dennis been elected in 1932 and serving tries
reporting for
a look .at the
efficient service to his district and
Small, R. N. Miller of .
LaBelle and until January 1935. He is well-:[I pairings only, evidently content to
to the county.
C. L. Downs of Clewiston formed a known over the district and coun-: wait a few
days before
Prior to election to the board of definitely
delegation representing Hendry ty, and is familiar with the school deciding who and who shall .
not remain -
commissioners he
county at the budget meeting of county served on needs. He was very active duringhis in the
running for the han-
the county school board. ..
the state road department held in term member
as of the school dicap
Mr. Alston is the first candi- crown. ,Only two engaged in
Friday. board and worked unceasingly in
I competitive combat
the others
date to announce for the office
The Hendry county citizens were the interest of the schools of the
from ,this district and states that up their shots in pre..
requesting the department county.Mr. .
paration for
his past record is his only plat first-round .matches
to construct additional I
portions .
( form. Miner is the only candidateto that must be played off by next

Road 164, extending south fromjj/ announce for the office thus far. Sunday evening;

LaBelle through Felda and into
The first casualty or the give

Immokalee., They received a very Rev. Taylor SpeakerAt Clewiston Ranks 7th .in and-take meet was the tall, brqnz-
sympathetic hearing from the board "
EX-GOVERNOR DAVE SHOLTZ I ed Larry Nash of Belle Glade, who
members, and were assured that Kiwanis Luncheon
i .the state road department U. S. Bond Sales in Fla. I fell before the steady gunning ofW.
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C. Owen of Clewiston, recent
ed the urgent need for the Hendry -I
[ winner of the third flight in the
county road and would proceed A talk on Kiwanis education by
Clewiston Everglades
ranks 7th per capita championship. Owens
with its construction as soon as Rev. Forest C. Taylor, chairmanof
all the offices in Flor- relegated the long-hitting Belle
there were funds to pay for the the committee on Kiwanis edu among post
Glader to the second flight with a
work. The department explainedthat cation, featured the weekly lunch- BEHALF CANDIDACYFOR ida in regard to the amount of
44-44-88 card, exactly his handicap,
the state had taken over the eon meeting of that organization United States Savings Bonds sold while .
opponent was experienc
maintenance of so, many toads Wednesday evening: during the period from September ing no end of trouble trying to
formerly maintained by the various Rev. Taylor pointed out that Ki- U. S. SENATORTariffs
1, 1936 to August 31, 1937, accord- keep his short game under control.
counties that the maintenance bud- wanis was founded in Detroit in

get had increased, and a larger proportion 1915 and,, now has more than 2,000 ing to figures just released by the The Clewiston entry took advant-
age of 5 of the six strokes Nashwas
of the department's funds clubs in the United States and Can- to protect growers of Post Office department.
forced to spot him, three of
'were needed for maintenance work. ada and a total membership of truck and vegetable were During that period, accordingto
crops them registering wins and the other
more than 100,000. Postmaster Sias, the Clewiston
pledged by Dave Sholtz, candidatefor two halves., The victory was viewed
Local Teachers Attend The Kiwanis slogan "We Build"is office sold 10106.25; in bonds.
Senate in with alarm by most of the low
the United States ,
the aim of every club, and to The local office ranked 4th among-
handicappers, who forsee a quick
I each club is given the task of an address here this morning. The the third-class offices of the state,
F. E. Meet in Tampa elimination of most of their tribe
A. building some worthwhile feature talk was made at eleven a, m. and seventh among all postofficeswhen
by the boys who get the strokes.
into the community. Kiwanis. de- Declaration that Florida farmers. the population. considered.The .
The first 32 low handicaps en-
sires to show the community that needed bonds have a maturity valueof
more protection and less
Principal B. E. Herring, Miss tered make up the championshipflight

Saundal Watson, Mrs. H. S. Gove, the club members have the spiritof interference by the federal gov- $25, $50, $100 and upwards.It same being divided into sec-
construction, and that its ef- the' is a fact, said Mr. Sias, that an
ernment, former asserted -
Jr., Miss Evelyn Schultz, Miss, Mae governor tions "A" and "B", the winners 'of
Wliitten and Mrs. Lucile Bowersare forts are directed along the linesof that he would fight to repeal exceedingly small percentage of each section eventually meetingfor

building character, public spirit these bonds are being cashed before -
\ attending the fifty-second annual I objectionable features of the the championship. First round

meeting of the Florida Educational and of furthering the worthwhile new crop' control bill which deprive -- maturity.' Postal savings ac- losers will make up the second

Association in phases of community life. farmers of their freedom in counts are evidently used by the '
flight, which will open play next
day. Mr. Herring and Miss Watson Rev. Taylor pointed out that planting and marketing. general public only for a short Monday, and second round losers
there is always plenty of room space of time, as the local office
are among the delegates representing "They are now telling the_ farmer will be placed in the consolation.First .
-' the county at large and, in the, world'Jor ,big ,_men, who, ., finds it pays out nearly as muchas
n what: liecaivplant; ,howmuch round losers in the third
have the: real "spirit'of construction. it' takes in' on the'postal cer-
Gove and Miss Schultz are dele-y\ he can plant, how much he can flight, a sixteen entry affair, will
tificates. The bonds, however, havea
Agates from the_ Clewiston school. harvest and pretty soon they will make up :the fourth flight, while
The program on Kiwanis educa- different effect on purchasers. -
Hendry county schools, in com-I i be telling him ,how much he can second Around losers ,will be shunted -
tion which, scattered through theclub's The fact that in ten years
mon with other schools of the get for. his crops. They haven't got- in the consolation 'along with
yearly schedule are, designedto they increase 33 1-3, percent in val-
state, are closed today in order toj i ten down to you yet but if you the same round losers in the
acquaint the new members with ue, and that they may be redeemed -
give all teachers an opportunity keep sending rubber stamps up to championship flight. Fourth flight
the real aims of the organizationand at. any time are two features
to attend the state session. I Washington the citrus, the truck also on Monday.
play opens
to stimulate and refresh the that appeal to the investor.The .
!t The first business session of the and vegetable industries also will Appropriate trophies and med-
minds of the older members along Clewiston ofifce shows upexceedingly
Association opens this morning j be restricted as to acreage and als will be awarded the champion,
the same lines. well in comparisonwith
with President M. W. Carothers I other conditions under the farm runner-up; and the winners and
other offices in the state.
and State Superintendent Colin English 'regimentation' bill" runners-up:: of all flights. A special

making the addresses. Group Safety Cruiser Visits Sholtz said the sugar cane industry trophy is also offered for the player ,

meetings will be held in the after had been promised all sorts March 31 DeadLineI showing the greatest reductionin

noon. School On ThursdayThe of protection but never had received I I handicap judged on tournament ,

Among the outstanding educa- legislation it deserved. ,He Homestead ExemptionsAmong play. All players striving for this '

tors scheduled to address the con- pledged, he would co-operate in every award will be forced to play out

vention are ,Herbert Agar, associ- "Safety Cruiser"-a. new way for the betterment and development -, every card to the last hole, regard-
and effective instrument in the the "last days" in the where their match may end. '
ate ,editor of the Louisville Courier- of the industry that less of

Journal; Dr. Robert M. Hutchins, cause of highway safety made its means. so much to this section of year for taxpayers! is ,March 31st, Pairings are as follows:

appearance in Clewiston at the which is the last day for paymentof Championship "A" Flight
president University of Chicago, Dr. the state. The candidate came

Carlton Washburne, superintendentof school building yesterday. The"Cruiser" out "four-square" for the General city and county real estate taxes I O. G. McWhorter (4) vs.,W. J. -

schools of Winnetka, Illinois and is constructed on a truck Welfare, Act, also known as House without penalty and also the White ((14)). -'

Dr. S. C. Garrison!? president of chassis, but resembles a water-craft Resolution 4199 and said that' ,the last day for filing of homestead Lou Betzner (8) vs E. G. Kil-

George Peabody College for Teach- with its pilot house, its portholesand first bill he would introduce wouldbe exemption blanks. patrick ((14).

other nautical features. It one to prohibit the federal giv- Special attention has been calledto Arthur 'Wells (,)) vs ,F. D. Duff

ers.It was expected that more than broadcasts through a public address ernment from authorizing the tak- the filing of homestead exemp- ((12)) .

1700 delegates would, be in attend system its warning and its lessonsof ing of a lien on the homes of elderly tions by public officials. This must H. R.. Hall ((12) vs Tom. ,Shelley' ,

ance at the convention. J safety to the public. I persons before the old folks be 'done every year previous to ((4). -

The Cruiser visited the school can obtain a pension. April 1st, if a person is to receive Larry Nash (4) vs W. C.' Owen

Soil Conservation and the public school children were Sholtz the benefit. All residents of Florida (12)) '.'
, reveiewed his record as '
invited to inspect the interior. The are allowed tax exemption of V. C. Denton ((8) vs E. M. Van
governor and said that, if he had
Checks Are ReceivedChecks magnificent "land yacht" is fitted made good and was entitled to pro homesteads up to a valuation of Landingham (8). '

out beautifully with a spacious motion that he would like for the $5,000. Separate blanks must be John Thomas ((8)) vs .John Har

lounge, electrical kitchen, pullman- voters to ask their friends and relatives filed with both city and county tax ris ((8).

are being released this like sleeping accomodations for the to' vote for him in the com- collectors. K. Bowden (13) vs Emmett Shel-

week through the'county agent's crew, running' water, fire-proof pro- ing primaries. ley ((4)).

s[ office in LaBelle for those who jection room, two way radio equip- JUNIOR-SENIOR DANCE WAS Championship "n" Flight ,

; signed for 1937 and complied with ment and many other features. A nice crowd was out- to hear WELL ATTENDED FRIDAY NITE Louis Gold ((14) vs Luther Jones
the former talk and
governor many '
requirements under the soil conser- The cruiser Is making a state- (17).
favorable comments were heard at The Junior-Senior dance, which Van
vation program. wide tour of Florida, with the full J. F. Curry (20)) vs Gray

Grover C. Hodge was, in his La- cooperation of the State Road De- its conclusion.E. was given by the two upper classesof Landingham ((20). '

6 Belle office Monday, Tuesday and partment. The tour is one of the the Clewiston High School in Dick Bowman (17)) vs H. C.I/

R Wednesday afternoons to deliver Standard Oil Company's contributions L. Hayes, Sr. the Cottrell Building Friday, evening VanLandingham (17))

checks to applicants in p .rson. in the national campaign to was well-attended by a large W. C. Owen, jr., (17) va Mre.

. Those who failed to call can see reduce the appalling accident toll -- group of young people from Clew- .F. D. Duff (15).

Mr. Hodge Saturday afternoon next on our streets and ''highways. E. L. Hayes, Sr., 60, 'died yester- iston and adjoining communities. Robert Creech ((16) vs Ed Ward

(.\ when he will 'again be in his office During its visit to this!' section, day afternoon at one thirty follow The hal was decorated in green (18)).

here.-LaBelle News. the Cruiser was directed by J. A. ing an illness of several days with and white, and music was furnished E, E. Kelly (18)) vs Frank Hobson -

McGehee, representative of the pneumonia. Mr. Hayes was an elec- by the Swing Band. (20)).

MRS. DUFF ENTERTAINS WITH Standard Oil Company. trician and had been employed at Bill McCracken (16)) vs W. C.

INFORMAL TEA WEDNESDAYMrs. the local sugar house for the past "ATHEHVALSII, IS GUEST Prewitt (17). '

nine seasons. He resided at Home- SPEAKER AT PAHOKEE CLUB: C.' V. Parkinson (17) vs Ralph

F. Deane Duff was hostess Clarence Bitting Visits land.He ,Kirk (14).
is survived by his widow, Father John F. Walsh was guest Third Flight
at informal
I' an tea at her home
Mrs. Florrie Hayes, and a daughter speaker last week at the meeting John Hooker (20) vs W. H.
Wednesday afternoon, her guests President Clarence R. Bitting of
Myrtle of Homeland, both of of the Pahokee Rotary Club. The Lair (26)).
including Mrs. Horace A. Bestor, the United States Sugar Corpora-
whom have been at his bedside meeting fell near St. Patrick's Day,I. Mrs. O. G. McWhorteV (21)) vs
Mrs. Fred Hill, Mrs. W. C. Owen, tion, was a visitor in Clewiston on' '
I since Sunday. Also: surviving are and Father Walsh's subject was H. J. Harris ((26).
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson
Mrs. M. M. Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr. Bit-
two sons, E. L., Jr., of Clewiston the: history of Ireland. Pahokee Bud Vaughn ((23)) vs Louis Sal-
Prewitt, Mrs. W.
C. Prewitt, Mrs. ting was accompanied by Mrs. Bit-l '
and a son who is enlisted in the Rotarians greatly enjoyed the in-' monte ((26).
O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. H. J. B. ting and their son. They returned'
U. S. Navy and is HOW stationedin i eresting talk by the pastor of St.IIargaret's Mrs. S. W. Houser (30) vs Dave
Scharnberg and Mrs. F. M. Wright. Wednesday afternoon to Palm'Beach
China. Church, Clewiston andt Alston (21).

Keathley Bowden spent tho where they are wi Her r1g'l j Funeral services in charge of I Mary's Church, Pahokee Owen Winn (21)) 'va H J Stein

week-end In Tampa and OiearvratIB E L Stewart '! the Marsh Funeral Home of Fort i ((20)),

4 .. .. Will a buelneei vieor -,Meade are being held In Homeland. ... Mr., MAUdo Hare was a, visitor \V R: Dickinson (26)) va Mild..
y- tarp
: J |n Fort MverN yegneadayt at three. this afternoon.. 1 n Arcadia, Saturday, (Continued 'on Page Fives) ,. .-
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Was DifficultIn Notes Review of Current Events

ASK TV/ff? A QuizWifhAnswers
Ye Olden Tymes I
AUSTRIA IS WIPED OUTMade 7 Offering Information

The trials of a strolling playerin I ANOTHER on Various Subjects

Eighteenth century Englandmay a State in German Reich After Armed Invasion .
be judged from a ,handbill

announcing a performance of the I By Hitler The Fuehrer Enters Vienna in Triumph 1. What city is called the Mother choice, (3) good, (4)) medium, (5)
"deep and affecting tragedy of of the World?, plain.
'Theodosius, 'or' the Force of I 2. Government meat graders rec- 3. There are now 465 cities and
Love' at the "Old Theater in how 7 counties this form of
"+' ; ; :2 ognize many grades of meat? using gov-
East Grinsstead," in 1758, quotedin 3. How many cities have the ernment. Staunton, Va. startedthe

"Portrait of Mrs. Siddons," by 4 r city manager form of, govern- movement 30 years ago.

Naomi Royde-Smith. It says: ment? 4. There are several species of

"Mrs. Crawford (a contemporary 4.Are, there any stingless' honeybees stingless ,bees native to tropical
of the great Sarah Siddons') ? and'subtropical countries, but they
had a shriek and a groan that 5. What was the longest national produce very little honey.
made rows of spectators start convention of the'Democrats or
5. The national
longest conven-
from their seats. Mrs. Siddons Republicans? ,
tion 'of a major party since 1880
went further: when she shriekedthe
If Answers
the Democratic 1924, last
was in
house shrieked with her; at
1. Cairo. ing 17 'days before the Davis-'
her ladies swoonedin
their groan boxes.young" xh 2. Five grades: (1) Prime, (2) Bryan ticket was nominated.HOWto .'


Your Food Is Your Fate By

THE third of the series of ,, s 'Ftf SEW RUTH WYETH

entitled "What to SPEARS

Eat and Why," written by C.

ton Goudiss, the eminent

food authority, author and radio -' \'

lecturer, appears in this L
issue.In '
these' articles'Mr. Goudiss

tolls how you can be strong,

beautiful, wise and rear healthy ri.,. 9'
children by combining the right .
food materials in the diet. He
points out the vast influence ..{{;?,tcJrFV< EkC4tvi l.c ?r.tcf :{fi j;<. c

which food wields over one's '; ,
,...".! t y.-: ; --r'tick--' ,. !+{ 2kt_ !!C:cCt,,; !":rf ..- ,
life.The : -- 3 .i,9 k7c
housewife and mother H

,who desires to know what foods
will benefit her family the most This picture, made in an Austrian border town and ,transmitted by
will do well to read these ar- radio photo, shows a contingent of Hitler's troops marching toward Vienna
ticles week by week and makea after being landed from airplanes in the country that has now been madea

scrapbook of them for ready state of the German reich.dwruul .


W. )CJV icaid

Western Newspaper Union;

'Do"you feel so nervous you want to scream? Austria a German State master. Swastikas and troops were
Are you cross and irritable? Do you scold
everywhere, and not a single anti- C
those dearest to you?
as a sovereign state,
If your ner\' try LYDIA E. AUSTRIA Nazi dared' to show his head.
PINKHAM'S VEGETABLE COMPOUND.It is no more. In the twinkling of
often helps Nature calm quivering nerves. an eye its independent identity was Already a "purge" had been I I I
For three generations one woman has told started, directed especially againstthe .
another how to go "smiling through" with wiped out and it became merely an- Jews, and all people of that I II
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It '.'' other state in the race I
helps Nature tone up the system, thus lessen ; J, who could get out of the city were I Why Not,Fix Those Sagging Springs? i
German reich."Anschluss".
ing the discomforts from the functional disorders :
leaving. New laws
were passed
which women must endure. 1], .,:: ", was in furniture seldom tains slip-covers and other household

Make a note NOW to get a bottle of world- excluding some 75,000 Jewish law- SPRINGS
famous Pinkham's Compound today WITH- r :.:,: \1' made a fact and the yers and 60,000 Jewish doctors The twine that holds I furnishings. 'It is full of inspiration
OUT FAIL from your druggist-more than a : : 'i'::< treaty of St. Ger.i
them does break and for homemakers. Readers
million women have written in letters reporting :' practice. The Evangelical I
benefit. i ./ main, by which this church of Austria was united with wears out throwing the springsout I may secure a copy by send
Why not try LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S l :, union of Germanywith I
VEGETABLE COMPOUND; ? t !k./f that of Germany. of position.To ing name and address with 25
:v,! ;.,,:' 'f4Q$ Austria wasforbidden Hitler took supreme command of set the springs you will need cents (coin preferred) to Mrs.
'.f1l" is just another the Austrian army and all officers a ball of twine and a needle suchas .1 Spears, 210 S. Desplaines St., Chi (
Bound Friends If.:. and men took the oath of allegianceto by upholsterer cago, I
There is no more sure tie be- #.;.: x' paper. him. On his progress to Vienna enough webbing to replace the old,

tween friends than when they are Y.,. ,. '.. The German reich Hitler was accompanied or followedby tacksinch long with large

united in their objects and wishes. ,Arthur Seyss- has acquired miles of 32,369 ter- numerous units of his motorized heads, a block of wood for stretch- You Sniffle? 'I

Inquart square armies so that when he arrived the ing the webbing, a tack hammerand "
ritory and 6,732,000more tack lifter. Remove the 2-Drop" Treatment
city was swarming with German a cover
Muscular troops. from the seat carefully so that it
Brings Head Cold Relief
Arthur Seyss-Inquart rules the It was assumed that Seyss- may either be used again or \
Rheumatic PainsIt Austrian state after the enforced Inquart would be "minister and serve as a pattern. Most of the '

resignation of President Miklas' and president" of the Austrian state, padding may also ,be used. Observe Simply put two drops Penetro
Nose in each nostril and
takes more than "just a salve" to Chancellor Schuschnigg. having the same status as the chief how each layer of materialis breathe Drops relief from stuffed
draw them out.It takes a "counter- Such is the concrete result of Hit executives of Prussia and Bavaria. fastened in place, iso that ,you trils due to miserable head colds.nos-
irritant" like good old Musterole ler's startlingly sudden invasion of ---7 may put it back the same way. Penetro Nose Drops contains
-soothing, warming, penetratingand Austria and seizure of power there. Remove the.springs' and all old ephedrine which helps shrink irritated
in the local
helpful drawing out Insist
congestion and pain when rubbed on His coup was well planned and it on TVA InquiryIT tacks. Tack the first strip of web- swollen membranes-allow

the aching spots. was carried out with a swiftnessthat DOES not seem likely, at this bing to one edge of the bottom of ing more room to breathe, other
*Muscular lumbago, soreness and demonstrated the speed with writing, that the administrationcan the frame, letting the end expend ingredients help bring relief :from
stiffness which motorized act % inch the then miserable, watery head cold .
generally yield promptly. troops can prevent the congressional in- beyond edge, this
Start 2-Drop" treatment
Better than the old-fashioned mus- When Schuschnigg announced a vestigation of the TVA which Chairman fold the end over the first tacks
Get Penetro Nose
tard .plaster, Musterole has been plebiscite on Austrian independence, 'Wo" ;; ; A. E. Morgan and tack again as at A. Draw now 25c,;-50c, $1.00-at all druggists.BLACKMAN Drops-.
used millions for 30 Recommended
years. the Fuehrer rushed his soldiers $ the
the frame
doctors and : (,:?Jh':' and others have dedlh webbing across using
by many nurses. the motor and air- the block of wood leverto
across border'by manded. Senators as a
All druggists'. In three strengths: ;, ,
plane and within a few hours they ':';'* Bridges and stretch webbing taut as at B.
Regular Strength, Children's (mild), ....: 1J>' King,
and Extra Strong. were in possession:! of all govern :,w' Representatives Maverick When all the strips have been

ment buildings and strategic points. .W F/\J .: and Snell and stretched and tacked across the

Schuschnigg, helpless, broadcast to "j f>: various other congressmen frame one way, stretch strips of
Stock and MedicinesAre
Where Command Is Due the Austrian people the word that he :;,' l i.j ;" insist that webbing across the other way Poultry

Command your servants, thatis and President Miklas were yieldingto "' @, there be a thorough weaving these over and under the Reliable
those who owe you obediencenot "brute force" in order to avoid ., ,' inquiry into the situation ; first ones as at C. Now, sew the

( others). bloodshed. Then both of them resigned ."% ", However, a bottom of each spring to the web- S A-Brik.Blackman's Medicated Llck-

at the demand of Seyss-In- i ., .'t-: showdown was postponed bing with the upholsterer's twine e Blackman's Stock PowderBlackman's
Now Real Economy! quart. for a week and curved needle as shown in
Great Britain and France filed when President this diagram. Cow Tonic

1 doz. St. Joseph Aspirin..10c strong protests against the German Lilienthal Roosevelt gave thatDavid Next, turn the frame right side Blackman's Hog Powder
3 doz. St. Joseph Aspirin.2Oc8Vi coup, but their notes were scorn- drive tacks in o Blackman's Poultry Tablets
doz. St. Joseph Aepirin35o much time to Chairman Morgan, up, part way along
fully rejected by the Berlin foreign David Lilienthal and Harcourt Mor- the edges; then tie the springs Blackman's Poultry Powder

office. gan, the directors, to settle' their across each way with upholsterer's Blackman's Lice Powder
o Italy, taken by surprise like the differences. He told them plainly twine as shown in diagram C. Highest Quality-Lowest Price
rest of the world, was supposed to that if they could not do this they The twine is tied to the tacks

be in,a tight place; but after Hitler, should resign from the board. and to each spring and regulatesthe Satisfaction Guaranteed or

in a personal letter to Mussolini, For six hours the President triedin height of the springs-the outside I your,money back
Forceful Inference promised that German expansion I
edges usually being
vain to induce A. E. Morgan to BUY FROM YOUR DEALER
Inference (or deduction) from would stop at the Italian frontier, substantiate if he could the chargeshe than the center to make a rounded :

what has been to what may be the Fascist grand council gave its had made against his colleagues top. When the springs are BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO.
has ,force. approval to the Fuehrer's coup these including the making of eva- lated evenly, drive the ; I Chattanooga, Tenn.'

d'etat. V" sive and misleading reports and then replace burlap or muslin coverings -
WOMEN WHO SUFFERBirmingham ; "dishonesty of malfeasance" in and padding.
Hitler Goes to Vienna handling the claims of Berry and Have you seen Mrs. Spears' Absent Ones
Ala.- others. The chairman book SEWING for the home dec- The absent
in triumph to the steadily refused ones are usually
Mrs. Daisy Walker 105 RETURNING F-'
N. 39th St., says : "t used birth, Hitler first to offer any evidence in sup- orator? Forty-eight pages of step- found in the wrong. }l
suffer from by-step directions for making cur-
f to irregularity
of these accusations
y was awfully nervous, and visited the graves of his parents and port on the
", had cramps and pains and then, standing bareheaded before a ground that the conference in the
,,;<;' ;, headaches associated disturbances.Dr. with. cheering throng in White House was not and could not Woman's PrerogativeIn
4.' functional t
; ; :
". Pierce's Favorite Prescription Linz he proclaimedthe be an "effective or fact-finding occasion the year 1901 one daring 1 0 a 0

o i/ me of this helped condition.to relieve My union of Ger- ':+' > <- ." woman did something no woman
appetite improved, I many and Austria, i He noted in a statement put into had done before. Anna Edson
from pined your strength druggist and today.felt just fine" Buy"it declaring this had the record that he had "repeatedlybut Taylor stuffed herself into a barrel

been his divine mis- unsuccessfully" sought Mr. 3 feet in diameter and 4 feet i

sion. He announceda Roosevelt's co-operation in correct- high, braced herself with cushions .

SMALL SIZE E LA$120ZE$ plebiscite on April ing "grave conditions" within: TVA. had herself pushed out into

60e L,. s 10 to seek the ap- /r r. y Lilienthal and Harcourt Morgan Niagara rapids. When, the barrel
proval of Austriansfor offered evidence in support of their was brought to shore again she,
all the acts of s:, '' complaint that the chairman had dazed, blurted out that she had

their new govern- pursued "obstructionist" tactics.No changed her mind and didn't wantto
'fA"O men t. Moving one of the directors indicated, go over Niagara falls. When
Brings Blessed Relief through many towns Adolf HItler after the conference, that he would told that she had already done so, Many doctors recommend Nujol
r from aches and pains of and cities, the Fuehrer's motor car- resign. It was generally believedin she fainted.Dr. because of Its gentle action on
RHEUMATISMNEURITIS avan finally reached Vienna, and Washington that the President the bowels. Don't confuse Nujol

that once proud city, now just a desired to get'A.. E. Morgan off the Pierce's Pleasant Pallets made of with unknown products.
Try. bottlt. Why Suffer! provincial capital of a German'state, board and that in that case he May Apple are effective in removing INSIST ON NUJOL f.Tragedy






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; Dean of the Moody Bible Instituteof
Chicago. C CON
Western Newspaper Union. ..1

+ THIS Lesson for March 27 r


LESSON TEXT-Mark 7113. t
GOLDEN TEXT-This people honoreth me 'o Hq GET
with their lips but their heart is far from
.. By LEMUEL F. PARTON me. Mark 7:6.PRIMARY yq I T ?
TOPIC-At Dinner-Time. y
YORK.-The absence of sa- JUNIOR TOPIC-What Is Real Religion?
diplomacy or petticoat poli- _
What Counts with God? -- rs-
tics in the European struggle fora YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC; .

.. new' power. balance would be an Sidestepping Responsibilities.The .

oversight by the ...
Pulls'muse of history, never-ending struggle

, i Lady Strings in drama readying of the the Christianity gospel of.the is grace to keep of God the in simple Christ WHAT to EAT and WHY I Ie.loUjtonjoudijj

Duce Deal century, and at Jesus free to operate in all its glory .
unencumbered by the
last it seems to power,
" have been attended to. traditions and formulas of'men. It unscientific reducing diets. Fat requires -

t ., Enter Lady Chamberlain, the has been my privilege to read a PiscuiseiCARBOHYDRATES carbohydrates for its proper utilization -
cleverest woman politician in Eng- recent book by a brilliant young by the body. That is why women

;' land, widow of Sir Austen, obscurely man who, while serving as a professor who try to reduce without following a

noted in the news as mysteriouslybusy *of philosophy,in a large univer- scientifically planned diet frequently
for the last few months in sity, is also versed in the related and FATS become seriously ill as a result of cut-
ting down on carbohydrates while over
fields of theology, psychology, psy-
, the British-Italian rapprochement.
and He has looking the fats contained in milk, but.
chiatry psychotherapy.
< T7: Several weeks ago, a sagacious ter, and other foods.
had first-hand experience in dealing .
''.-, traveler, back of this from writer'sacquaintance Rome, with the problems of men. and Foods That Provide Motive Power Relation of Fat

. .' Chamberlain as women. With this background of To Health ,
.t<;','f; adroitly fostering an understanding both study his absolute and experience conviction'he givesit that For the Body Machinery it Fats are so. necessary to the

r-':::,: with Britain which would as body economy that it is no exag-
'' .: ,:. bring recognition of Ethiopia! we must get "back to the original" By C. HOUSTON GOUDISS geration to say that without fat,
of the Christian gospel.
,., and two-way split on Spain simplicity 6 East 39th St.. New York.
a '
.. He suggests that we need to "dust life, in its higher forms, is im-
itj and the Mediterranean. She has off the additions and superstruc- THE,human body might be compared to framework filled possible. The noted Arctic explorer -

r :" in been intimate in Rome social since intercoursewith November, tures" that have been added since machinery. It takes food to build the framework, Stefansson, found that he

the more important Fascist Christ came to.seek. and to save the food: to run the machinery and food to keep it working efficiently could all-meat exist diet,satisfactorily provided he ate on liberally an-

:;. moguls. lost.Our finds Jesus 'and? this food must be of the proper type. of fat. On a diet of all lean

:,,' / For many years, she has been meeting lesson that for very today issue, with the .Last week, I discussed the body building proteins and I meat, he became violently ill

: known the "most perfect politicalhostess" between those within week.
as traditionalists of,His day.I. explained how to distinguish which build and I a
( in London and has been I : repair< body tissue and those Besides concentrated
k, subtly influential in many big deals Washed Hands and. Unwashed <
t. in continental diplomacy. It was Hearts (vv. 1-6). that are adequate for maintenance energy values, fats help to create
of the fats and due
darbohydrates, the tissue which cushions
': ': she who cooked up the Locarno In the process of interpreting the but not for growth. to the craze for dieting. Some of fatty
conference at Lake Maggiore, in law-of Moses and applying it to the that the nerves and abdominal organs,
f; ; 'It[ is equally important the ,results of disregarding the absolute and forms the pleasing contoursof
Switzerland in 1925. affairs of daily life the religious
; ,
you should learn something necessity for these foods face and
V When the delegates were haggling, authorities of Israel had developed figure.
the fuel foods which are necessary are extreme irritability, and a Because it leaves the stomachmore
; .. she packed some hampers and invited a mass of intricate and onerous ;
:: greater susceptibility to fatigue
1ft.. Sir Austen, rules which had literally buried to fire the body engine diseases tuberculosis and slowly than proteins and

-r/;: Now Picnic Briand and the law itself and had substituted and furnish motive power to nervous other infections.Too carbohydrates, fat retards the di-

rv : at Locarno Streseman to the ritualistic formalism for spiritual propel the body machinery.Fuel gestion of these food groups some-

,';; most important life. So fond had the scribes and Much Fuel what, and thus gives staying powerto

:.: Made Peace picnic in all his- the Pharisees become of these tradi- ,Foods KeepUs Causes Overweight a meal. At the same time it

,:. tory. In her tions 'that they became bold enoughto Alive *PIt promotes the flow of pancreatic

L' handsome little yacht, they disappeared declare that they were far superior is true, however, that an excess of juice, and bile, thus helping in the
':' .' -. around a bend in the lake, to the law itself. The body could not function in fuel foods will tend to produce over- assimilation of other ,foods. Foods

.':,' .p landed in a secluded spot, and, with the absence of fuel foods any more weight. For if we assimilate them, rich in fat include butter, cheese,
, : Their attack on Jesus because His and do not utilize their potential energyin
: machine
the aid of three jurists, re-rigged disciples ate with unwashed hands than a muscular effort they will be storedas egg yolk, cooking 'fats and oils,

., )'::' Europe. did not refer to the proper cleans ,,% 4 could run without -: fat-usually in most inconvenient margarine, olives, pastry, peanut

l i ::::../:: Whatever came out of the"conference ing of one's hands before eating; f K power, or a car locations! On the other hand, an excess butter,.most nuts except chestnutsand
J "- :,,'.. : for good or ill, is traced to but to the ceremonial washings /> without gas. Ev- of any food is a detriment. Thereforethe lichi nuts, various kinds of
,," :' that When breath requires should be enough but
picnic. she returned to ery goal not too sausage and frie dfoods.
;:-,. England, she was made Dame of which were said to be necessary if > an expenditure much, of all necessary foods.

:;. the Grand Cross of the British Em- one had accidentally touched a of energy, Since carbohydrates and Anger DestroysFat

pire. Gentile, or something that a Gen- :4rr and so does every fats are energy foods, one might Reserves
tile had touched in the market place. expect them to play inter-
movement.from an
; :
i : She is a comely matron of six- have demonstratedwhy
Jesus skillfully and finally disposes the beating of the changeable role in the diet. To a Experiments
married to Sir Austen in
ty-two, irritable individualsare
,, 1906. He fourteen old- of that question by reminding heart to the wink- certain extent, they do, althoughfat nervous,
was years usually thin, while those witha
the objectors that they were serving of being more concentrated
I er. She was Ivy Dundas of one ing an eye. pro- often
God with their but their vides two and one-fourth times serene temperament accumulate -
;,. of the leading political families lips only, Even in repose, as It has been
hearts were far from Him. 'Washed the body machinery much fuel value as an equal
of England.
and increase
: hands are not a thing to be condemned is kept functioning only by weight of carbohydrate.But proven that anger fright -
\ In the earlier years of their marriage the amount of fat in the
and Jesus says 'nothing an ever-present supply of fuel. because of the variation in
she was credited with hav- blood and remove a correspondingamount
about that point. When, the wash- For, as long as life continueseven the way these materials are han-
ing coached her husband in the ul of fat from its usual stor-
ing of hands becomes of iriore importance when you are lying perfectly dled by the body, it is generally
tra-English mannerisms which all of beneath the skin. A fit
age place
than the cleansing of the still-you need fuel to carryon considered that health is best
the Birmingham family. foundit fat
great heart, however, the soul is in real the internal work of the body. served when 40 to 50 per cent of of anger may takeoff more
expedient to master when they than hour's exercise two
an or
danger.II. the total energy value of foods is
moved to London. She is said to three days of enforced diet. Thus
Activity Demands provided in the form of carbohy-
Traditions of Man Versus1
have been his political as well as his the person who allows himself to
drate and 30 to 35 cent in the
Commandment of God (vv' 7-13). Energy Foods per
social mentor, and frequently elec- become upset continually: with-
form of fats.Carbohydrates.
tioneered in his campaigns. Here is the heart of the entire mat:: Every type of daily activity, including draws the fat reserve from his

Lady Chamberlain is an extreme ter, for while we may:not always work and exercise, re- Are body. Such persons could profit,

conservative and is believed to have be aware of' it the fact ,is' that quires additional fuel. If you walk Quickest FuelCarbohydrates perhaps, by taking more of the

nurtured plans for a British alli- our anxiety to maintain human slowly, you expend twice as much fat-forming foods.

ance with the Absolutist'powers. She tradition which is contrary to' the energy as when you sit still. And which originate But whether the members of your

has an extraordinary flair for dra- law and Spirit of God is;fundamentally when you walk fast, you may use chiefly in plant life, are readily family are good natured or irritable,

matic political stage-settings and for the purpose of'evading our up four, five or. six: times as much converted into heat and muscle young or old, they need a constant sup

delicate sensitivity to political cur- full and true responsibility. energy. energy. Foods rich in carbohy- ply of fuel foods-at' every meal, every
rents. drates include bread, potatoes, Fuel produce energyandenergy
day. foods
The Jew who was so avaricious The chief fuel, or energy pro-
macaroni rice cooked and ready- is the motive of life and
that he did not wish to support his ducing foods, are the carbohydrates -
New York spy round-up by to-eatcereals, peanuts, dried and work and thought.
THE aged and needy parents could en- that is, the starches and WNU-C. Houston Goudiss-1938
federal,bureau of investigation tirely evade.that God-given.jrespon- sugars; and fats. Protein also preservedfruits, sugars and

marks the first front-page work- sibility by declaring that his prop- has some fuel value, but its pri- syrup.

out of the G-men erty was "Corban," dedicated to mary function is to build and re- Sugar furnishes heat more
G-Men On as an ally of the God. Thereafter no' matter how' pair tissue. quickly and more abundantly than F q44daHai1

Front Page secret service. great was the need.of. his parents burn- any other food. But it has a ten-
An attache of Carbohydrates are quick to dull the appetite and is HOTLEMONADE
'in Spy Hunt the latter told they could receive nothing.', The ing. They might be compared to 'dency \!
also apt to cause fermentation.
execution of this oath carried
in was the flare of a match in a dark :
me Washington out to such a fine point that Therefore a large measure of our ,
last summer that J. Edgar Hoover's a son room, which gives bright light for heat and "energy is best secured l\\ .. MUI.
who had .declared his ..
organization, developed in an instant, but is soon ex- c. '..'.
from starchy foods such as bread, .
be "Corban" could visit sick
post-war years, would be an inval- a tinguished.,Fat, on the other hand, i :;
cereals, macaroni and potatoes. :
father :
or mother for only brief
uable aid to this country's defenses a burns slowly, like a lamp whose
Quick can also be ob-
period lest he might stay energy
against foreign espionage, and that, long wick is turned low.
enough to perform some duties of a tained from the easily digested LUBEll'S
in the event of trouble actual
of fresh and dried fruits
and contribute sugars ,
nurse so to his par- Danger of InadequateFuel
impending, no foreign country could such apricots, raisins Menthol 50
ents by saving them some expense as prunes, Cough Drops
hope to duplicate Germany's exploitin Supply
and fully ripened bananas.
Both have Alkaline Factor
sabotage, propaganda and Thus do men even in our day has been ten- an
Recently a
spying Here is an interesting and important that helps you resist colds I
before our entry into the World make "the word of God of none ef-
dency to minimize the importance point which,is frequently overlooked in
war. fect" (v. 13), through their tradi-

\P'" Reed Vetterli, in short pants tions. No right minded person objects -

when the World war started, to the worthy traditions of
heads the New York office of worship and service which are such

the F. B. I. and deploys his 75 a precious heritage ,of the Christian

agents in a red-hot spy scenario, church. Rightfully apprehended and

in which they score as usual, properly used they are ,both desir-
with indications today that this able and helpful. But we must never-

is just the overture.Six permit the grace and power of: use

feet tall, blond, reticent, Mr. God in Jesus Christ "to be brought

Vetterli is a veteran of the F. B. I. under the trammels human teachers -

war against thugs and kidnapers, in or the arrangements of human px -;.. Irium contained in BOTHPepsodent Tooth Powder
office-bearers. The first movement f :
the bureau since 1926, in charge of ;
18 offices in his 11 years of service.He toward the mastery of the soul by ,,, Pepsodent Toothpaste

was born in Salt Lake City in tradition is the movement of that J "i' O Irium! Ilium.itis! Irium that nowadays shine and sparkle with all their glorious

1903, and took his law degree at soul away from immediate, direct, ''' ". :'r' ? puts more pep into Pepsodent natural radiance!I..Though Irium puts

the University of Washington in first-hand fellowship'with God" R '-; ...it is Pepsodent containing Irium that more pep into Pepsodent yet .
1925. In 1933, he was wounded in (Morgan). nt tv: fl; 'r V has taken the country by storm! Pepsodent containing Irium is ABSOLUTELY -

the Kansas City massacre, trading The crying need of our day, as it ,.:..'. { ,. Yes,it is this thrilling new cleansing SAFE. Contains NO BLEACH,
shots with Pretty Boy Floyd's gang- was of the time when .Jesus was On y agent that helps Pepsodent make teeth NO GRIT,NO PUMICE. Try it today!

f\ sters. earth, is that we should clear away
Consolidated News Feature. hindering encumbrances.
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The Clewiston News egation included a representativefrom .I l other sections, those of Caverns I Seals to Aid Crippled like. It has no administrative expenses (:.

a distant county whom Mr. State Park near Marianna possess I all proceeds going directly

Stewart remembered quite well many features found nowhere else, Children On Sale into relief. i I

Published every Friday in Clewiston, from the last session. In fact, most and when the development in opening Besides Mr. Philbrick, the offi- l

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, legislators remembered this other them for public inspection, now cers and directors of the nonprofit r

Inc. fellow, for he consistently and underway, is completed, these wonderful Civic workers of the ten south- organization, all of whom are '

I without reason voted against every caverns will attract tourists ern Florida counties gathered Sun- residents of the Miami area, include .1

KEATJILEY BOWDEX, Editor bill that called for any expenditureof and visitors from the four cornersof Dr. Arthur H. Weiland, bone
I day, March 20, noon at luncheonin
= money, regardless of the worth the world. specialist, and S. Grover Morrow, J

Entered as' second class mail matte:r I l of the bill. At the road department I am deeply indebted to Tom Coral Gables Country club to attorney, vice presidents; Walter

February 1, 1927, at the Post Office ii i meeting, however, this same fellow Yancey, the Cave Man of Marianna, perfect plans for an Easter seal B. Wilson, secretary-treasurer;
Clpwlston, Florida, under the Act o I
March 3, 1597.Snbscrtption. I was there with a handfull of re- for his courtesy and kindness in i sale by the South Florida Crippled Mrs. Arthur L. Buzzell CharlesA.

quests for expenditure of funds. He f taking me through the Park and I Children's Society, Inc., from April Mills, T. Dinsmore Upton and

was entirely "against" any appro-I Caverns, and when your turn I Rollo H. Johnson. ,
Unto $2.00 Per Yenr. 1 to 17
April to provide funds for I
Advertising Rates On Application. priation of funds by the state, but I comes, I promise you, you'll not be
he was Johnny On the spot if there disappointed. continuing work of the organization f ff'

was any spending to be doi e. in this area.
the, advancement and welCounty> \.
Devoted to
tire of Clewiston and Hendry % 4-H Club WillI' W. L. Philbrick of Miami, president -! t

Tommy Farr is going to get of the society, said the seals I
married, so he'll be a better fighter. Compete For Prizes tt
will be distributed by the society t
... ..... .. .JN N NQ of sparring practice, I
: : : NNMN: N N N N:N:N:N NN: :N:N :- Plenty
with the co-operation of the International !
guess. I Handcraft work of ,'4-H Clubsters Society for Crippled !

) RAMBLINGS. is supported for the first time this Children in its nation-wide seal [

by a contest offering county sales. This will be the first I .
. . . .. C1g6 [{il6fll18Qr1GDQll9AGIHCIgBS IAt year I year j
:NNNN NN, NON :N:,.j awards. A wide S
N N M N M H N M N NN1NN stateand national the South Florida groups have undertaken may 1 1Drfam

1 range of articles made in either a the sale of the Easter I 1I
Well, it's been a great week for 1i
Late To regular handicraft project, or as Seals there I
the kiddies. Topped off, of course:/ Too Classify although have been I
a side line, may be entered. In ad- four previous international cam- i
by the fact that today's a holidayat r
dition to present members, it opens paigns.
school, the teachers being per., CR.lSsellKay HOMf$ :
the for youth, such as
mitted the day off to attend a; way many Representatives of the American ,

Florida Educational Association: laBII.llallaa_ ..atllttlDIIIIUlIEIII1IZI.1MI_ live on small or specialized farms Legion auxiliaries of these coun-

in That the:1 and in villages, to. take part in Club ties recently de'cided' in council to
Tampa. gives
meeting I ,
You know, just about the time I I work. and You [
youngsters a rare treat. assist the society in distributionof
am ready to form the crazy ideaI I Unless otherwise specified by '

If it pays to advertise, they'llbe i I( that I know ,all about Florida, I state leaders, members may make the seals, to rase funds to pur- :
Keds chase braces, specially built shoes EVERY FAMILY longs for a home ,
wearing and chewing usually stumble on some new fea- and enter house and lawn furni- l 1fP,.
Nut The little and other necessary adjuncts to of its but procrastinate tin )
Beech own, many
gum. ture or attraction that I'd never ture, flower trellises, ''.bird houses, I
circus in the window of the Clew- dreamed of before and that's just decorative carvings, games and recreational the proper treatment of indigent going beyond the dream stage. ;

iston Dry Goods Cbmpany's store what happened to me when I vis- devices, woven articles, crippled boys and girls, in co-op- It will be for your happiness and
has attracted of attention. eration with the Florida CrippledChildren's profit to sc'' home soon and i
plenty ited Marianna a few days ago. I and many things used about the a ,
Plenty of grown-ups have been Commission. Formed in the loan balance from income. I
If anyone had tried to tell mea farm and in poultry and livestock
peering through the window ;at May, 1934, the South Florida or- Come in and see how we can help t
month ago that there are caves production.
them, too. The mice are cunning ganization has spent more than buy dreem home.
you your I
things, though we never numbered and caverns in this state that Special gold medals'are offeredfor $15,000 in the ten counties in this It I II

mice our favorite animals. can hold their own with anythingthat county winners, and 17-jewel type of work. It has an eventual t
among Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginiaor watches as state awards. Four trips
objective of
But we did like watching them establishing a crippled
I Colorado have to offer, I would I to the 17th National 4-H Club Congress children's hospital and convalescent Clewiston f
climb those little ladders, and fight
have listened attentively while I I in Chicago are provided for home.
Composed of
for on,',top.the space on the tiny platform was figurin out in my mind wheth-I sectional victors, and scholarships:: I civic groups In the representativesof various counties -- Savings and Loan r

I er to call a cop or an alienist.I of $300, $200 and $100' for the the society receives its funds i
But the'Beech Nut Circus was three highest rating national con- AssociationModerate
But after my experience at Mar- from benefit programs and the
the real treat-like a real three-I tenders, all provided by the Dut h
ianna last week, brother, I'm about (
ring affair, you needed to stay Kraft Corporation of Grand Rapids, - - - - -
I ready
to believe anything
through three performances to see Michigan. .

everything. The clowns were most might tell me as to the wonders, Sectional and national, awards .:4''s'%.-".................4".. ........r..._.....................-..-..............-..-..............................-...........................:..:..:.-l

realistic, their attitudes, their" facial charms Florida., beauties or 'advantages of: will be made by a, committee of

expressions-there was 'the four state club leaders and a representative -

balky mule, the bare-back rider, Honest, if some guy stepped up of the U. Bt Departmentof I r'r't

the monkey on top the elephant, to me right now and tried to convince Agriculture. The 'other win er!' .. :

the hobo stealing a ride on the cir- me that there was a Florida will be chc ea by the skate, and .

cus wagon, the parade, the trapeze tain peak somewhere in county extension a-gtenta. 'j.No foe

performers, the trained seals, the I with a glacier runnin' down one I or obligation of any T 1 ftS fS !nC!'xr- t CLE'VISTON fiCLF i

.bears doing the balancing act, and side and a flock of polar bears red through participation. *
I 's' (
the tall giraffe turning his head playin' leap-frog on the other, I : :s:
to gaze calmly over the scene. I I might be a bit skeptical, but I'd THE FLORIDA CATTLE

The big folks got quite as much' hesitate before I called him a liap) INDUSTRYA I i. COUiSiJ I- :.... : :.

pleasure from it as the kids. It re- If these archaelogical "WPA : I r
minds us that Walt Disney was re- workers were to uncover a mess of ( brief prepared by the Florfda I s'I I .i is. .. !
State C. of C. Agricultural Com.) I
cently asked why he did not cut Egyptian pyramids or a leanin'tower .. ., .,r:, ',:. I '.'. ,
the "horrific" witch scenes from of Pisa somewhere betweenthe Introduced by the Spanish diScoverers -,', ,

"Snow White and The Seven Alabama line and the Florida I II of Florida, cattle, since] .j. "s'y

Dwarfs." That scene is rather Straits, it wouldn't surprise me in that time have provided Florida f y y

frightening to children, and in Eng- the least. families the necessities for a well- .

land has kept the film off the approved I But gettin' back to, my story: rounded existence. Advancing ..'. ,
against tremendous odds of disease, s.s' ,
list. Disney's reply was that Over in :Marianna I ran into a chap s -

he did not make Snow White for named Yancey, who is secretaryof former poor breeding practices and ,

children. It was created to satisfy the Chamber of Commerce, and misunderstanding, the industry at y, _Open to the Public ]
I present represents an investment
that child-like quality that remainsin right away he insists that I let him
of $140,000,000 and directlyor
every adult and therefore the f take me out to see the caverns. some s..
"horrific" witch would indirectly furnishes employment I y
re "
main. "Listen, I says, "you're a nice and sustenance for approximately Y
guy and I like you and all that, h Y..
one-tenth of Florida's population.
but I ain't time to be .s.Y
got no run-
Well, there's quite a" lesson to be nin' 'round lookin' at The industry has made much progress Y

learned from the experience of holes." gopher in the past few years. This A Y.s.

some high-school lads who attended has been done by importation and v

the Junior-Senior dance last "Gopher holes," he snorts, "wait in-breeding of selected, high quality ?y

week. They left the family car, 'till you see 'em"! And since he stock; thus raising the breed stand- t y

which they had inveigled their par- was a lot bigger than I am and had ard of Florida cattle; improved ';: I Green Fees ::
a kind of different glint in his
eye, range and pasturage development
ents in to
letting them have for ;
the night, parked outside the dance I figured maybe I'd better go along and the application of modern herd :: Exceptional Fairways ::

and avoid trouble. management and business-like me-
with keys intact. (First lesson: Al-
Now I have visited the Mammoth thods in the raising and marketingof
ways remove the keys.) They dis- ; Interesting Greens :f
covered some time during the Cave in Kentucky, the Cave of the Florida beef and ,dairy stock.

Winds in Colorado, and a lot of Of Florida's 35,000,000 acres of f
dance that the
car was gone from I trlx".x"
lesser caves in other parts of the 17,000,000
its parking place. Then they notified land, there are acres

the sheriff that their car was country, but folks I'm tellin' you off the tax books. These 17,000,000acres I : :" ; :":": : : : ;..:.:..:..:.: :.:.:..:": : :.:.

stolen, giving complete descriptionof this mess of caverns up in Jack- represent 20% of the state's'

same. I son county can hold their own with total taxable property and 49.3% -

I any of 'em. of the total land area of the .state.
Then some friends
returned with Now it seems ,this guy Yanceyis Of the state's total land area,
the car, which they had just borrowed
a kind of. Cave Man, not the about '2,000,000 acres are in culti-
without asking. (Lesson No.
type you see in the movies wearin'a vation, 3,000,000 are adapted to
2: Always ask.) The boys rejoiced,
leopaid-skin sports suit and carryin' beaches and pleasure resorts, and e >r, Q osv rouR
and a thort time later r
drove the a slab of pine tree for a cane, about 3,000,000 are adapted to 1r. + J. xw 0 INVEfTMENT

car to a neighboring town for a but a sort of 1938 model, in a business silicon that might be used in glass o; w
sandwich and a cup of coffee.
suit and flashlight.Well .
carryin' a manufacture or other industrialuses.
Thereupon the sheriff of the second : he took me about three Sattle and timber are the
town, been notified ,
having by I miles from town for a motor trip only products possible for these G9 sooo 0C
the sheriff
of the first town, spot-
through a portion of the new Cav- other millions of acres of Florida
ted the car, arrested the
boys, and
ern State Park, a 1400 acre reser- land. Approximately 28,000,000 acres -
such a time as they had, getting
vation being developed as a national are adaptable to the productionof
themselves freed back
home playground by: the Florida Boardof cattle. ,

again. It's quite something to get Forestry and State Park ,Service. Florida at the present time has

arrested for stealing your own car. Among the features planned are a 1,200,000 bead of cattle, 5,000 What
(Last 'DividencisOoddy"
lesson: When +
you report a
golf course, natural bridge, athleticarea of which are pure bred or high ( j
theft to
the sheriff, expect action,
aquarium and fish hatcheryand grade beef type bulls. There is
for you're liable to it.
get )
\ museum. Bridle paths throughout ample room for expansion of the OUR CURRENT] Although Sonny is a bit young to
that the area will invite the visitor local industry, for Florida now is
We understand another while excellent swimming and boat- producing only about 40 % of her DIVIDEND appreciate dividends, his mother and

lis.ied"S;igar at Cane the Press"end of will the crop be pub-for ing will be available.But present beef supply. SAVINGS RATE' ON dad know how important; t it is that

the big feature"will be the is convenientwith ,
Marketing now
the negro laborers on the sugar SHAPE their savings are safe at work andACCOUNTS i
underground caverns where the 27 markets in Florida, Ala-

plantations of the Everglades. And amazed visitor will be carried bama and Georgia accessible to earning liberal dividends here. < Ln J
first issue
met with A
a IS %
through a maze of passageways_ into -! the' Florida producer. The meat fact these dividends
rousing reception, both the will help
fourteen separate rooms or compartments packing industries in these three ..- ".. a..U.. pay
company employees for whom it
each of them a verItablefairy states have invested $15,000,000 for Sonnys education.
was primarily published, and oth-
palace, with fantastic ever- in packing and processing plants.
ers to whom copies were evidently
mailed. changing fcenes at every turn, pro-

vided with clustered stalactites and The St. Augustine Historical Society I ,'

stalagmites, woven in gigantic masterpieces erected a, marker last weekon C'ewiston Federal Saving

E. L. Stewart, our representative by Mother NaturQ, and the site on which General Ogle-

was quite amused as he at- no one knows how long she has thorpe erected a battery; to bombard .

'tendOd a .meeting* of the state road) been at the task. While similar in St. Augustine almost .*40. and Loan Associationi'AGE .

dorartmont fait weak Another.- -, del.:. character. .: to the /cav s found in Sara= ago .. .. ll
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$ Mrs. C. W. Holt and daughter!: I evening services on Sunday, AprI: LaBELLE NEWS ty-Commissioner--- from District No.

: of Bradenton, and Mrs. Frank 10, at seven forty-five. Reports will 1. Hendry county, subject to tho
Democratic primary. :May 3rd.
--l lMiss Johnson and son of Tampa were be given by the various departments :My record is my platform. Your

I L Personals ii j week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs of the church and officers, Mrs. Jack Sigler and small son vote will be appreciated.D.. G. Alston..

J B. J. Schroeder. Mrs. Holt is a sis including trustees, will be electedfor made a trip Tuesday to Fort Myers. (Paid Pol. Adv.) '

ter and Mrs. Johnson a sister-in-. the ensuing year. Every mem- I I .
law of Mrs. Schroeder. ber of the congregation and all

Beth Nail spent the weekend who are interested in the programof Joe, Langford and Bill Moss were Poll !SCHOOL HOARD MEMIIHRClcvifxton

visiting friends and relatives :Mrs. Max Meluh Is 'recuperating the church are urged to attend week-end visitors in Miami. DistrictI

in 'Moore Haven. this meeting. --- --
in the
Samaritan hospital in: am a candidate for' the Hendry
West Palm Beach from an appendectomy -- R. H. Tabh spent the wbek-end County Board of Public Instruction
from the Clewiston
Miss Mary Wilder and Miss M. performed on Monday Miss Florence Graham, president in Jacksonville on' business. to the Democratic primary in May.

Padgett of Pahokee were guests of Her condition is reported as excel. of the Christian Endeavor Society be Your appreciated.vote and active support will

friends in Clewiston Tuesday.F. lent. Mr. Meluh and her mother, : of the Clewiston Community J. W. Christy is spending a few. C. E. Miner.

Mrs. E. Elliott, have visited her::1 j Church Is very anxious to have all days in Miami visiting friends., '(Paid Pol. Adv.)

L. Williamson and Mrs. C. M. during the week. I the members make a special effort
to attend the meeting next --
Jarvis were business visitors in
Fort Myers Tuesday. RACHEL MINER'S FIFTH Monday evening at eight o'clock. Clyde Tompkins of Fort Myers J. M. COUSE \

r BIRTHDAY PARTY THURSDAY The leader for that evening will I spent the week-end in LaBelle with '

--- be Mr. J. U. Owens.SCHOOL friends. Counselor and Attorney at 'Law :

Mrs. Herman Scharnberg was a Mrs. C. E... Miner entertained Hopkins Building

visitor day. in Wrest Palm Beach Thurs yesterday afternoon in honor of: ...NH. .NN.. .........:.........NH.. .MAN. ............................................... Mrs. Frank O'Bannon,1\avis\ and Wednesdays and Saturdays

the fifth birthday of her daughter, Pat O'Bannon made a business trip 0:30 to 4:00

Rachel. After an 'hour of games, NEWS Saturday to Fort Myers. I
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Newell of individual cup cakes and ice cream ,

Fort Pierce were visitors in Clew were served to the following I B.
; iston Friday. Bobby guests: I Bernice O'Neal __...........__.-.. Edito Mr. and Mrs. Grover A. Hill MershonAGENT

and, Carline Berner, Richard I Billie Hooker ............ A s't EditorMiss were business visitors
Knight, Doris Cothern, Harry Wednesday
i Evelyn Schutz, Faculty Advisor in Fort
Clyde H. Wilson of Sarasota, Vaughn, Skippy Cothern, Emma Myers.

I >' candidate for state's attorney, was Jane Ezelle, Jean Yenawine, Gene I............................. ....................................................................... New York Life
i: a visitor in Clewiston Saturday. I Marshall, Vollney Robbins, Kay Mrs. A. C. Burke and her father, Insurance CompanyARCADIA

I I'I Bowden, Bobby Smith, Billy Broad- Third Grade News: J. F. Cross motored Wednesday to
L Joe Friedheim and Luther Jonesof foot, Anne Elizabeth Prewitt, El The following made 100 %_ on the Fort Myers. FLORIDA

Belle Glade were transacting I eanor and Corinne VonMach, Carol week's spelling review Friday:

.' business in Clewiston Monday. Joy Alston, Joe, Schroeder, Claire Nancy Wright, Louise Prewitt, Ralph Hendry and D. H. Hollett I
------ I Ruth Emrich, Clarence Stiles, JoAnn i
: Jones, Patsy Meredith and Charles I .
| ) motored Friday night to West Palm
Mrs. J. F. Ingram is spending Miner. j I Crouch, Sammy Young, Har VISITING HOURS AT SUGAl
Beach on business; I
several days with relatives in Sar- riett Alston, Janice Norton, Mary 'HOUSE

asota. I ROBERTA SPICER HONOREE AT I Ellen Smith, Grace Ward.
, BIRTHDAY SURPRISE PARTY Mary Ella Geiger has moved to Mrs. Ralph Hendry' made a business (Daily Except Monday)

:; Mrs. Claude L. Downs and Mrs.I I Moore Haven ; trip Wednesday to Fort My 9 to 12-1 to 4

E. L. Stewart were Sunday visitors;. Misses Maxine Doty and Florence :__ ers. Guide
) Provided
::.;;:. in Sarasota. I I Graham were hostesses Tuesday i There has been plenty of. excite !'l .
ment at the school this week. The Mrs. Maurice Ayrer spent several 4
evening at
I a party at the home of .
:':, Mrs. Urey Waldron is visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Graham on the Beech-Nut Circus visited the school days last week in Fort Myers with

:: friends in Okeechobee for several i government reservation Wednesday, and each grade was relatives.
y-: ; honoringMiss
; days. I Roberta allowed time out to see it. It was ---
, Spicer on the occas-
{ \: sion of her sixteenth birthday. The most interesting, and even the Mrs. Robert Ketring and Mrs.

'- Mrs. Roy Green of Belle Glade party was a complete surprise to teachers seemed to be quite emus Anna Luckey are spending a few

':. was transacting business in Clew I I the honoree. ed at the clever figures Best of I days in Port Washington as guests bail
t: F iston Monday. all, the Beech-Nut men in charge of Mr. and Mrs. James Ketring. 6H*
The Graham home was beautifully I
;: : :presented samples of gum to the
decorated with garden flowersand
l(" ::'; Mrs. H. C. Avant and Wilbur teachers to be distributed at the r 'Dir. and Mrs. George Litot Mrs
a color scheme of ali d ,
if': .' Goff motored to Fort Myers on green close of school. E. and Sam
I pink predominated. The dining table Woodring Sloan of .
r business Friday. was covered with a lace cloth, Fort Myers visited Sunday' with Mr. {

and the cake was surrounded with Yesterday (Thursday)) shortly and Mrs. S. A. Graves. LEACKSONVILLE
''ft.\: Miss Dorothy Lockhart of Fort lafter ,noon 'the Standard Oil Cruiser
and pink blossoms.
I:1.:': Myers visited friends in Clewiston visited: the school, and made a S. A. Graves is spending the lat
Games and
7( Sunday. dancing were enjoyed splendid talk on safety, following J
,:.1 .,' till a late hour by Misses Roberta ter part of the week in Tampa attending
"i I up the instructions given by local L meetings of the ,Florida
\ Mrs. C. B. Baldwin and .daugh-i,I Spicer,. Betty and LauraI I| teachers at intervals during the Education Association. GARNET ANDREWS.Man.j.,

,. ter, Amo, are visiting Bailey, Edith Nell: Cornette, Lee ENJOY
; -" n I year. We are-proud of the fact that SUMMER COMFORT .t this
'' Jacksonville. I, Pridgen, Elizabeth Wjinn, JuneHooker there have been traffic acci. modern, fireproof. hotel In the heart of down.
,:. ;. i I I Kathryn Graham, Evelyn Mr. and Mrs.W.. H. Saxon of (own Jacksonville./ Every room with tub and
:f.1; Shultz Mrs. dents in connection with the schooli Bellevue, 0., have arrived for a shower, soft water, ceiling fan,radio flatted
; J. G. 'Niblack
?.. .:..:;.. Mrs. F. M. Wright and Mrs. C. I Mrs; ;i traffic this year. The Safety Cruiser short vacation to'' be spent in La- summer door... Every Bed with innerspring
I. Leah Mrs.
Spicer Lucille
Bowers j and
; mattress
reading lamp.
: L. Running ice
Downs were shopping in West er was greatly. enjoyed and was I Belle. .
Dick 'Patterson Bill : water on every floor.
and Dick Ow"-
. ': Palm Beach Friday. : worthwhile.
en, Francis Wright, Jimmy Hall,I I COCKTAIL LOUNGE
[ Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Howard
: Holland DINING
Jimmy Carlton Prevatt, AND MEETING ROOMSRatewingl
Mr. and Mrs. Lanier
W. H. !
and The Junior-Senior Banquet i is
I and family spent Sunday in Belle with Private Bath
lj William Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. J.
.,. Mrs. H. R. Hall were visitors Sat to be held next Tuesday evening .
78 $2.00
H. and 1 Glade with Mr. and Mrs. Frank r 80 Rooms $2.50
Doty and Mr. Mrs. J. J.
urday in West Palm Beac'h.Mr. .
March 28th at the Barracks. The Howard. 40 Rooms $3.00 24 Rooms $3.50
Graham. date has been moved forward rather L.E S4inpJ Rooms with, Pilvjit Bath $/.0.
Slight' uwtlit for Joublt
and Mrs. Samuel Gracie and oceupjncv
unexpectedly' in order to avoid
Mrs. Harry Rogers and Miss Beatrice .. .. .
;,_ Mrs. Bert Hoy of Lakeland were conflict with the closing of the
Whittaker of Savannah Ga. HOTEl PATTEN
guests Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. harvest season, and the closing of ae..eevti T._ S..M..S. G.
spent several days last week withMrs. .
K..T T "T": -"""
John H. Doty. the Barracks dining room for the
Tom Shelley entertained Rogers' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I summer. T. E. Miller.
members of Wednesday Even
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence 4
, and Mrs. A. W. Sias were Satur ing Bridge Club at her home this Senior Scavenger Hunt-

I day afternoon visitors in West week. High score prize was won I On Monday evening the Senior I

Palm Beach. by Mrs. Harry Turner, low by Mrs. class with a few friends held a FOR REPRESENTATIVE- I

I II I C. E. Nall and cut by Mrs. C. R. party in the form of a scavenger In
malting my announcement for
Miss Lena Greene of Buckingham Cruze. All prizes were linen tea hunt, which provided much fun re-election to the House of Repre
sentatives from Hendry County, sub Ji.ORIDAm
spent the week-end in Clew towels. for them. After "scouring" the ject to the Democratic Primary of

iston visiting her sister, Mrs. Lincoln After the award of the prizes;,( town, the group met at the homelof :May! 3. I wish to state that if I am

Phillips.Mrs. Mrs. Shelley presented bouquets of I one of the class members, Gladys for re-elected the benefit I will of continue the County.my efforts.

spring flowers to each of th e'I Willis Warren and were served I am particularly interested in the ',
welfare of the Public Schools and : mJiJ
Jack Davis and baby of guests. A delicious 24-hour salad refreshments. the completion of Road building pro

Jacksonville are visiting for a few was served to Mrs. Roy Alston, Those present were Mildred I jects now under construction, care of
the aged or any other matter concerning GiJ WQJ
weeks with her sister, Mrs. G. T. Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, Mrs. R. C. Ward, Betty Hooks, Dorothy Hare, the county and its citizens.

Augur. Nowling, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs Bernice O'Neal, Lee Pridgen, Kathryn I shall appreciate the support and ;
influence of every citizen and voter.
Nall, Mrs. Cruze and Mrs. Turner. Graham, Dorothy Bethea,

Mrs. Harry Phillips of Fort M Y- James Winn, Connie Clark, Jack] Elbert L. Stewart. I" J 1liIfllil

ers spent Wednesday here with her I l COMMUNITY CHURCH NOTES I Wynn, Bill Johnson, Bill Owen,
son and daughter-in-law, :Mr. and I Carlisle Reddish and Don Carlisle. FOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER; m '

Mrs. Lincoln H. Phillips. I Rev. Forest C. Taylor of the -- DiMtrlct No.1. Hendry County
I I Clewiston Community church and R. P. H. C. Club Supper-
I E. L. Stewart and Claude L. several membersof This will announce my candidacyfor
the Rev. E. Davis Conway of Moore On March 18th, fli1 fijI
I re-election to the office of Coun-
Downs attended a meeting of the Haven Methodist church were in the R. P. H. C. Club composedof

state road department held in Orlando : Belle Glade, Pahokee and Canal girls from the seventh and

Friday. Point last Friday calling on the eighth grades, entertained with a

--- various ministers of these places spaghetti supper, which the girls J. S. CAMPBELLI .

Mrs. Willard Simpson, Mrs. Olin with the hope of organizing an a prepared and served. The members I I I T.

Carleton and Mrs. J. E. Loworn sociation of the ministers located present were: Laura Bailey, Mar Jeweler & Watch-maker

of Okeechobee visited friends in around Lake Okeechobee. The response Johnson, Alma Anglin, Thelma

Clewiston Tuesday. was favorable and a mee tRicks and Sue Leiter, and their All Kinds of Jewelry Repairs Stop at the

Ing has been called for eleven o'- guests were Miss Whitten, Miss

j Mr.: and :Mrs. R. B. Waldron of clock on Monday; April 4, to beheld Schultz and Mr. Marke te. Optical Repairs flotelpotcicla:

i Belle Glade spent Sunday here visiting in the Community church i in | AT CHRISTIAN'S BARBER SHOP

Mrs. Waldron's parents, :Mr. Belle_ Glade. ,Following the business Handicap Tourney-
and Mrs. A. P. ''\\ynn.Mr. meeting there will be a luncheonand 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUE

social hour. All the ministersin (Continued From Page One) NORGE, REFRIGERATORS
and Mrs. B. C. Flaniken and '
the mentioned
or near above
led McCracken (24). All Outfeido Rooms "With
\ children, Bevoly and Betty Carol,, places are invited to be present.A I Dr J. Furniture and Homo Vurnishiugs
'.1.1., Mrs. H. J. Stein (30) vs Private Bath
are spending several days this we PHILCO KAU1OS
W. Ezelle (26)).
( visiting Mr. and :Mrs. V. H. D ic- A special service will be held in Mrs. W. C. Owen (28) vs J. B. COOL, CLEAN, QUIET

Carter in Jacksonville.Mrs. the Community church on the evening Jones (21)). Household FurnishingsInc.

of Sunday, April 3, at seven Overlooking Biscayne Bay
H. V. Briant, who has been 1 forty-five. The Rev. Alexander .
spending the winter: with her Linn of Lakeland will be the guest BELLE GLADE FLORIDA Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and

daughter, Mrs. O. A. Jones and: speaker and will deliver an illustrated IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? Business Section.

family, left this week for a visit: sermon-lecture. Mr. Linn is

with a son in Jacksonville before well and favorably known in Clew i ii RATES
returning to her home in Atlanta. .j I
iston and his many friends will be i
glad- to have this opportunity to II 1.50 Single

Joe Miller left recently for For hear him again.. On Monday evening fc"
Peck, Montana, where he has beer April 4, Mr. Linn will hold a $2.50 Double

assigned for work on a government service in the Lake Harbor community

project. Mrs. Miller and their tw< church at seven forty-five. Special Family, Weekly &

children, Evelyn and Kenneth, ire< Monthly Rates

visiting her: parents, Mr. and Mrs, Tho annual business meeting of f
Homer Hand in LaDelta for 1t ow the Clwlston Community church! I S. O. McCREARr Proprietor

_I: week before Joining Mr, Killer will be hold in connection with the I _. __ (Pth Political Adv.)) -<'- -. -,

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SYNOPSISJames "It appeared to me," maintainedher thought of the conventions, brought spectable just; the same, sister, if
husband with honesty which back the days of easy vagabondagethat I were you." 0
Lambert tries in vain to dissuade would have astonished Leonora, had once been his. Besides, "And see my boy friend goin' with Id
his beautiful foster-daughter Leonora from "that the guest of honor was monopolizing this encounter would be somethingto another girl because I ain't got a

;,\\stone marrying." He Don tells her Mason, "Unless, young a house"rolling is: Don!" tell Nora-something amusing.He decent rag to wear .when he takesme \ WNU Service.
'founded upon a rock, it will not survive.:' For a while there was silence, a answered, dropping with ease out?" she'reported furiously. "It
,Leonora brother suspects Ned, always the influence jealous of of her the half girl thoughtful silence on the part of into the vernacular of his companion ain't as if I could spend what .I
since the day his father brought her home Corinne before she ventured: "I a habit which endeared him tq. make on clothes, like some girls
from the deathbed of her mother aban wonder if the man would dine withus chance acquaintances:' "We've been can. My old man don't work steady 2 Steps in Fighting

,'arrives doned by in her the midst Italian of baritone the argument lover., Don and if he understood that Don wouldbe going together more'n a year now, and I have to help my mother
Lambert realizes the frank understanding there." sister." Once last winter I raved ten dollarsfor Discomfort of
between the two. Sitting up late into the Being not utterly blind to his "And you ain't tired of her?" a new dress. Thought it was

of night.Nora Lambert as a child reviews at the boarding whole school story,, wife's social ambitions, Ned threw' "Not so's you'd notice iU"! grinnedDon. safe under the newspaper in my bureau -

studying music abroad, meeting Don on the her an ironic glance. drawer; but-but my old man
return trip. In the morning he delivers his "Better not try, my dear," was The girl drew in a breath which smelt it out and took, it. Ain't thata COLDSENTERS
ultimatum, to Don job with Ned fora
give a
year's showdown. When Nora suggeststhe his advice, "and save yourself a seemed, somehow, laden with dis dirty trick to play on yer own
possibility of running away with Don,, disappointment. I've heard he turns couragement. kid?"
Lambert threatens disinheritance. Don down almost everyone." "I bet she's got a lot o' swell "I'll say it was!"
agrees to the job but before a month is
over his nerves are jumpy he cannot sleepat So things went better for a time. clothes then, boy." Don felt a consuming desire to BODY
night, he is too tired to go out much with What Nora did not suspect was the Not moving his head, Don turned lay violent hands on the "old man." THROUGHOSTOMACH .:1

Nora Nora.grows Nora quieter soothes, and him broods with her over music Don heroic effort Don was making to his eyes a little. The moon had Stirred by a sudden, compelling AND
complains to her father of Ned's spyingon conceal his unhappy state of mind. come from behind a' bank of clouds, impulse, he moved nearer, and INTESTINESEASE TO q ,
him, and decides that rather than see He was bitterly ashamed to have and he saw distinctly the much- grasping the girl's thin shoulders I PAIN. r
Don's spirit broken, she will run away. She 1J
urges her father to put an end to the futile her know how let-down" he really washed, sleazy frock the girl was turned her about so that the moon-
experiment. James Lambert is obdurate was-how intolerable the situationhad wearing. Even a patch under one light fell on her bitter, upturnedface. J
and angry. Lambert tells her that if Don become to him. Often he felt arm was visible as she raised her .

quits be through she will with quit her.with He him adds: that that he,if will she that could he talk freely-get the elbows to the parapet, and, looking "Look at me, girl," he said. "Are
tires of her bargain it will be useless to sense of rebellion at this way of down into the dark water, repeatedthe you on the level? Not kidding me?
discuss come to the him situation.for help. Later Don and Nora living out of his system, it would statement she had just made: No, don't get mad" (as she shook I
ease the strain; but Nora was worried "I bet she's got a lot o' clothes." his hands off roughly). "I'm goingto

enough as it was, he argued. Don said, a vision of Nora's silver help. Honest-to-goodness, I'm going ,
CHAPTER IIIContinued4 Why add to her troubles? Let her slippers and gay chiffons rising be- to help you, kid."

think, if she could, that he was at fore him: "I'll say she has! But For he had read the answer to RELIEVES.THROAT \i

"For you, Nora! For you, of last becoming inured to this hectic his question in those indignant, an- PAIN
course, sweetheart. For me-Well, existence which his fellow men regarded tear-stained and knew '1
gry, eyes, RAWNESS, /
without you there would be nothingleft as the natural thing. Don 4t that the girl had talked so freely
nothing at all. Don't cry, Nora. felt that the fault was all his own. only because she was lonely to the
I've never made you cry before. It And to make things harder, springwas point of heartbreak. He reached in 11/

hurts me. Things will go better in the air and on the tree-tops- a pocket, thankful that his eccentric .All it usually costs to relieve the ,
after this. I promise to buck uptake spring, which always played the landlady (who was once the misery of a cold today-is 3 life more calmly-try to remember devil with him! unfortunate recipient of a forged -relief for the period of your cold t

that nothing really mattersif Just the scent of a blossominglilac check) insisted on receiving her 15{ to 25>f. Hence no family need
you don't despise me. The biggest stirred something in the very monthly stipend in cold cash. Don neglect even minor head colds.

part of the year is over now.We'll depths of his being-an almost irresistible had intended paying her that night.A Here is, what to do: Take two
stick it out, as"I said before. desire to be away-it roll of,bills methis, expectant fin BAYER tablets when you feel a

We must, you know. didn't matter where-just away gers. After all, he was thinking, it cold coming on- with a full glass I
Nora looked up, winking away the And he was chained to a ledger, as lrfi r1f didn't matter whether the fickle Joe of water.Then repeat,if necessary,
tears as she said gently: "We must securely chained as were 'those f /, of the girl's story was worthy of according to directions in each
try, of course. It would be so terrible slaves in the old galleons her or not. She loved him, poor package. Relief comes rapidly. \\\

to hurt Father. But it's the To Don, filled with spring wander- child! She wanted to be beautifulfor The Bayer method of relief

last small straw that breaks thecamel'sback.Don.Don'tforgetthat. lust, the long days seemed inter- him; and-thank God-he! could is the way many doctors now

minable, and the office little bet- make her dream come true. His approve. You take Bayer Aspirin

ter than a prison cell. There came tt hand slid from the pocket, and lift for relief then if you are not

CHAPTER IV an evening when he could not go to j ing those dye-stained, work-worn improved promptly,,you call the ,
Nora for fear she would suspect the young fingers, he closed them gently family doctor. r Ir

It seemed to Nora that things did terrible unrest that had possessionof 'round the roll of 'greenbacks.
go better for a time. Don appearedless him. Instead he tramped for "That's'yours, sister."
tired. He even accompaniedher miles into the country, trying to "Mine!" The girl stared down in

to one or two informal parties find peace from the stars-the cool stupefaction at the money, her C R
with some show of enthusiasm; and of evening-the wild, sweet scent of breath coming in quick gasps. She FOR 12TABLETS

was, according to their hostess, "a growing things.It said, her voice breaking on a shaky a, '

perfect life-saver" at a dinner givenin was late when he turned his laugh: "Say-who! are you, anyhow. 2 FULL DOZEN 25C --,
honor of a renowned explorer, steps toward town. Peace had eluded \ John D., or-or Santa Claus?"

recently returned from the Arctic. him. He could not find it. Reach -- \ Don grinned and answered, : "I'm Virtually 1 cent a tablet

"The affair would have been a ing a bridge he paused to rest 'a \, just a friend. You ,put that where
complete washout if your young moment, gazing down into the infinite your old man can't find it, and-"
man hadn't been here Nora," she blackness of moving water. The office was little better than a "But-but you've savin' up to get Ever the Truth

said with gratitude. "No one else Peace must be there, he mused. prison cell. married, ain't you?" she protested."I What hinders one from speak-
present could talk intelligently with Peace and coolness; release from believe can't take your whole roll this ing the truth, even when one is
me girl I'd think muchof
our lion on the subjects nearest his this ghastly treadmill that men her without 'em." way-honest I can't. I ain't got a laughing?
heart, you know." called Life. After all, did the cow "A lot would!" right to take any of it; but-but if
That evening was something of a ards have the best of it? Or in that you 'you'd me five bucks maybe
She laughed spare FOR CUTS
a dreary, yet somehow
triumph to the girl. As she watchedher somewhere beyond did they look brave attempt at mirth that I'd get to save somethin' next M
lover conversing so easily and back regretfully, sorrowfully, wish hurt Don strangely. week." OROLDNIE I
naturally with the guest of honor, ing they'd played the game-wish- think She extended the money as if to
"Maybe you you would. SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
comparing experiences, putting ing"Thinkin' give it back to him, and Don, tak-
her till
Maybe you never seen she
about it all?
questions,' answering others which ending was 'all dolled up. 'I bet she don't ing her hand in both of his, said
the great man put to him, her eyes came a voice close at his side.: work in no dye house anyway. gently: "No. It's yours, sister, every Lenient With Others
shone with happy pride. Even Ned, Don started guiltily, having been What's her job?" darn cent of it. My girl wouM Pardon the other person often,
sitting across the table, was obviously too lost in thought to hear approaching "SheDon paused, then finished want you to have.it.. See? She liketi thyself never.

impressed though he essayedto footsteps. Now the bright star with sudden inspiration, "She plays to look swell, too, you know. She'll
hide the fact. And Corinne, observing light showed him that a girl had -plays the piano, and...:.." understand. Why, you poor kid!
that others appeared to be spoken, her small, thin, pointed face Don't It's nothing-nothing at
"The piano! Say, are you tryin'to cry. 0 0
looking at him without fear
yet "
up ,
listening with interest to "that queer all to cry about U
without kid me? The piano went out
boldness. I
boy Nora has taken up with, listened "Not seriously," he answered, as when the talkies come in, boy. Don ceased, ducking his head "BIACKLEAF40Keeps
herself and wondered if her
if there were nothing unusual in her Didn't you know that? I had a chum against the blinding glare of head- Dogs Away from
ears deceived her when she heard lights as a big car moved slowly .
question. "Is that what were that could pound the ivories to beat cot EvergreensShrubsetc.from
the distinguished guest invite Don considering, this time of night you ?" the band. Played in a movie theater across the bridge. Not until later I*51936Use Teaspoonful
to dine with him next night. The the and dressed like she was Gloria did he recall the fact that as those Dealer your per Gallon of Spray.
girl shrugged cynical x
"And can you tell me," she asked powerful lights picked him out of
shrug of a bored flapper: an imitation Swanson. Why that girl had her
Ned petulantly as they rode toward nails fixed in the darkness, the car had waveredfor
of up a beauty parlor every -
possibly cheap
some actress -
home, "what a man like that can of the Saturday. Honest,' I ain't kiddin' a moment, almost, stopped, before ..n..u..nu..nu.......
have in common with Don Mason?" screen. it went on into the night.A .
"I tried it once," she confessed (Don saw with pity th .dye. Amazing new relief for PILES
Indeed she had to the
stained the rail.
fingers clutching )
quite simply. "Honest I did but
before her husband, who was cop got in the ; "And then the talkies come in and week dragged by, one of those . SENT FREE . ...
deep in thought roused himself to way. first hot weeks that the
sap energy. '
she lost her luck
job. Tough wasn'tit Treatment
Don turned to look at her more mailed to any sufferer on
reply: closely, his interest rising. ? She worked in a bakery for a Even Nora wilted, and wilting, trial. Only satisfied send 1.00
"Possibly he wants to book him thought compassionately of Don
"So you find life as desperate as while after, but I guess she hated -Write today-
for his next expedition. that?" he questioned. it. most as much as I hate the dye sentenced to spend those enervatingdays NOMO COMPANY, San Pedro, Calif.
Corinne brightened."I "Sometimes I do. Some days I house. I never see no one so crazy in the correct attire of a busi- ................. ................
wish to goodness he would! don't care nothin' about livin'. about playin' the piano. Used to ness man. How, she asked herself,
Don could resist such could he ever stick it out until October -
never an opportunity Say!" she broke off'suddenly, "have play to herself nights after she WNU-7 12-38
and absence of that ? And if he didn't .
; an
you got a girl-I mean a steady?" 'come from work. But she lost her
sort would settle Nora! Did you see He nodded, thinking how Nora job again and had to sell the pianoto She came in early one afternoonto 1)
that Kemp Corless acted extremely would appreciate the appellation. pay room rent; and after thatI find her father at home, minus HELRKIDNEYSTo ;
struck with her tonight? They sayhe's "But guess she thought there was no his collar and seated by an electricfan. Get Rid of Acid
ain't married.
worth ten million." you Anyone He said smiling an apology '
use tryin' and : Und Poisonous Waste
with half could it. You
Ned shrugged. an eye see The girl's voice trailed off, her "It's so blamed hot down town I
don't look tied." Your kidneys help to keep you,well
'I "I can't see our fastidious sister eyes seeking the water, and Don couldn't stand it. Don't think I've by constantly filtering waste matter
falling for a bald head and fifty "Don't I? Don smiled at this said: "What happened? What hap ever known it so warm this time ofyear. from the blood. It your kidneys get
functionally disordered and fail
"The is tiedto
description. truth I'm
years, my dear." pened to her after that?" What do you say to gettinginto remove excess impurities, there may be
"She'd be a fool not to, with all a ledger-an immense and horrible "What would ha' happened to a the country earlier, than usual, poisoning of the whole system. and
that money into the bargain," Cor black book :'chock full of figures girl like her?" Hopelessness deepas my dear? You look-" Burning scanty or too frequent urination !
inne retorted. that persist in dancing before my the water below them was in "Don't say how I look!" begged may be a warning of some kidneyor .
"Nora is a fool more ways than eyes when I want to sleep, and the answer. "She ain't respectable Nora, slumping down limply beside .You may disturbance.suffer nagging backache,
one," observed Ned with brotherly getting into the wrong columns. daytimes any more, that's all. My mother the fan. "I was hoping there was persistent headache,attacks of dizziness,
candor, "but she's perfectly' aware just to ,'be',spiteful." says she'll turn me out if ever she something wrong with the hall mir- under getting the up ey.eS:nights-feel, swelling weak, nervous puffiness all
that Dad'll never let her suffer from ,"You better be thankful they don't catches me talkin' to her again; butI ror! Such earjy heat is downright played out.
want of cash. And there's more smell bad," the girl retorted. "I ask you, honest, what could the wicked, isn't it? I-I'm not going to medicine In such that cases has it is better won country-wide to rely on a I
to Don Mason than I supposed, Cor work in a dye house. Some days I girl do? Sometimes I donno as it the country, Father." acclaim than on something less favor- ,
known. :
ably Use
. inne. He's got uncommonly good can't hardly eat my lunch. How pays to be respectable anyhow. I "What do you mean?" tude of grateful: Doan't people Pills.recommend A multi
manners, too. Did you notice" long you been go in' with your sweetie met Cora (she's the one. I'm tellin' In his amazement James was oblivious Doan Ask your tlciohbor!
"Oh, yes, I noticed," broke in anyhow?" about) a day last winter when I of a bead of perspirationthat
Corinne impatiently. "He simply Don was beginning to enjoy him was freezin', and b'lieve it or not, trickled persistently down hia>I
monopolized the guest of honor, if self. To be revealing his life' his- she was wearin' a fur coat!" nose.
you call that manners." tory to an utter stranger, with no Don advised soberly: "I'd stay re (TO BE CONTINUED) I i iI

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Science Battles AROUND '. Items of Interest

, [PREVENTING: Infantile ParalysisWhen STAR II to the Housewife

the HOUSE : .In .

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When Cooking Cheese.-In cook- into
measure by spoonfuls a cup,
ing anything with cheese use a being careful not to shake the filled
I. :: Movie Radio $ low temperature, because intense cup.

: heat makes cheese tough and *

***By VIRGINIA VALE *** stringy. Lemon Slices in Punch.-Lemon
: halves and slices are apt to give a

JUDY GARLAND,Metro-Gold- i Washing Blankets. Do not bitter taste to punch if they are
J wynMayer's.w9nder girl I crowd the washing machine full of left in it. It is best to wait until
blankets or other woolens. Allow serving time to add them. '
will be starred in "The Wizardof I plenty of space for the articles to ** -
) I! Oz" and that is just the first soak. There will then be less Sugaring Doug'hnuts. dust

: < ; &? of many fairy-tale pictures that strain. on' them. doughnuts with sugar place the
+ in sack and in
sugar a paper put
expect to see in the
you may
MeasuringYFlotir..-Wheat flouris six doughnuts at a time. Hold
next year. one of the easiest ingredients the top of the sack together and
Ever. since "Snow White and the in baking to mismeasurc. For shake it. The doughnuts will then

Seven Dwarfs" started its record- I best results always sift flour and be quickly coated with sugar.

breaking runs, motion-picture pro-
ducers have been wondering if a
i fairy tale with human actors Simple Patch Makes "HomeWrecking"Qualities .

wouldn't be a good bet. All the This Quilt BlockGet of PoorFurnilure
companies are looking for fairy
:\ tales. PolishHow
", out your scrap bag and get
-'"- often houseful of fine fur-
I ready to start your Calico Cat a
schools were Considering'what has happened to quilt. Each cat patch measures niture and handsome'woodwork is
Chicago's other operatic songbirds in pictures, about 4 by 8 inches and is so easyto spoiled by the use of a poor furniture -
infantile paralysis
. closed by an thousands of pupils fr14iF sudden stardom and then a complete apply. You'll be delighted with polish! There are many polishes -
epidemic nasal loss of interest by the studios, its colorfulness. Use it on a pillow on the market todaysomefair
. were given zinc sulphate $ ) ) '. Helen Jepson is very happy that too; it's very. effective. Pat- some good, others excellentfor
of science's'most re
sprays, one she plays a fairly small part in tern 1583 contains accurate pat- luster and long life of the fin-
in the fight on
I developments / "The Goldwyn Follies." She thinks tern pieces; a diagram of block ish! The best is non-greasy; because
But still more
; a deadly plague. : I that her career in pictures will prob- made with a fine, light-oil
i: important is the new vaccine developed ably last a long time if she doesn't base! In time, furniture and wood
Dr. John A. Kolmer
I by
work can be ruined by the per-
I of Temple university (right)
} who claims it will produce immunity rit'j sistent application of a cheap,
poor polish! Such polish will contain
from infantile paralysis. a '
q kerosene, harsh abrasivesand
Doctor Kolmer and his assistantwere
harmful acids-destructive elements -
given injections and the &
that are unseen and unsuspected -
doctor's two children came next.
The housewife
When the 1937 plague arrived may
use one of these polishes,feeling
hundreds of youngsters were injected : that she is economically keepingher
with the vaccine. Below:
furniture polished-but this is
Dr. Frances Glenn, Doctor Kol- .
sWit/\ poorest economy, if she values
mer's assistant, at work with a _
her furniture (and what house
: :-. small army of young patients. wife does not?). The furniture in

: a home constitutes the largest

r iP 1W4; )i part of the .furnishings-and will
hk show up like "sore thumbs" when

I IMZE 7f ,, 4b'k. .x : dried out, cracked or checked.
.. &< This is just what occurs, when

k: .. : ...tL ] Pattern 1583. other than a reputable oil polishis
/ used! Too, a quality oil polishis
. which
: serves as a guide for plac-
r ing the 'patches and suggests con- less expensive! Less is used at
one time-for it's undiluted. The
materials sim-
trasting ; complete,
ple instructions for cutting, sew- resultant glow is deeper, richer,
; ing and finishing, together with more lasting! Best of all, the finish
i. of the furniture and woodworkis
yardage ; diagram of quiltto
Helen Jepson help arrange blocks for single properly "fed" and kept in
and double bed size. prime condition! So beware of

want to be the whole show. She Send 15 cents in stamps or coins harsh, "bargain" polishes-for

I would like a chance to see some (coins preferred) for_this patternto through them, the furniture suffers -
of the scenes that were cut out of The Sewing Circle, Needlecraft !

"The Follies" though. There was Dept., 82 Eighth Ave., New York, ,
one where she really looked like N. Y.

herself, no wig, no special makeup WHEN YOU LEAN HOUSE
and her favorite dress. There
k.& was ,another where Bobby Clark TIPS
dropped her kerplunk on the floor. to THAT CLEANS I


I II i Jc ) "Arsene and Lupin gripping Returns'jewel-thief. is a delightful Gardeners FRNITUREJ- )

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mystery, played with great skill by -- 1 11
Warren William Mote
Melvyn Douglas, ,
and Virginia Bruce. William's part, Vegetable Pests '1 M women
though not large the others use
as as ,
'I CURING Other Scientists Develop Ways !is a memorable one,. for he plays a THERE are two major classifi- OCedarPolish

Of1 Helping Victims Recover G-man who so relishes seeing his of insect pestssucking \M ) than any
oicture in the papers that he isn't and chewing. Bother
worth much to his department, Chewing insects, such as
/ which cherishes a notion that se- beetles, leave telltale holes in
cret service should have something leaves. They are best controlled, woodwork
secret about it. I according to Harold N. Coulter, and floors.It .

;rAfter vegetable expert of the Ferry CLEANS
all these weeks of triumph, Seed Institute, by dusting or as it POLISHES

Fanny Brice just got around to explaining spraying plants with arsenicals
: where she' got the idea of (poisons with arsenate of lead as

Baby Snooks. It seems that when a base).
Fanny was a little girl she longed to These arsenicals are known as
play Topsy in "Uncle Tom's Cabin" stomach poisons, for they must be

.. ...4: ..... and no one would give her a chance. eaten by the insects. Plants at- ......- : _

: 1/ Baby Snooks is her idea of a white tacked by chewing insects' include :'

,. I -* .. ."' +, Topsy. cucumber, squash, other vine 4,.
: crops, mustard, tomato, pepper.
. Paralysis cureo are second only to pre- When Robert Taylor isn't actually Sucking insects, such as aphidsor
: ventativesin importance.; The above pa- before the microphone during the plant lice, can be detected in (
tient, helpless makes science \
help him
"Good News" small on the under surfaceof
program, he is sitting groups
by speaking commands into a mouth- just off-stage talking to Barbara the leaves. Control by' dustingor IAU fC 'ttmAWA

piece. Book pages are" turned, the radiois Stanwick.' Since she has become a spraying nicotine sulphate or 1Md@ Become on artist
snapped on and the nurse is called I by pyrethrum directly on the insects. ,' through our practical :
this method.: At left, systematic exercise Plants attacked proven method. Learn Commercial Art,
by sucking in-
Designing Cartooning your spare
gradually develops use of the patierit'slimbs. sects include peas, pepper, cab- time.Trained artists arc capable earning$30,
$50,$7S a week.Write for FREE BOOK,"Art
r bage, and crops grown for greens. for Pleasure and Pro.6t."Tells all about this simple
'71J.1: ; W1ii . <" i?< TWO Artist's Outfits given to students.State age.
>4lf nM- % i ( % you are fighting. Buy properly pre- Studio 793F Washington School of Art
'> "** 4 pared poisons; follow directions. IHS-ISth Street N.Washington,D.C.

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L1!: T"T 'PREVENt to help .. to help END

colds :
Robert Barbara many a co\d\ quicker

,!) Taylor Stanwyck .
: S
"ICKS 'i
regular.visitor to the broadcasts;
'two chairs are placed in this spot ", .T\itOoNOt.\ "VAPoRUB (
every week.. Each Nostril, Chest,and Back
-4l----: u Throat
A FeW DroPsF.r Sneeze Rub Bedtin1e
ODDS AND ENDS-Unlike most I at
actors Bob Burns doesn't spend his spare
time going to pictures to 'see what his
competitors are doing. He saw only .
three pictures last year, all sad ones, and .-. Full details of the Plan in each Vicks PackageCHEW.'LONGBILLNAVYTOBACCO
he hasn't seen any yet this year .
Andrea Leeds and Janet Gaynor look so
much alike in real life that they love to
;stand in front of a mirror together and : @

make resemblance .... .
faces seeing if 1
Fii51ciiii -ttf 0Y L i>ij y % %Ai sefe a4.'i .a M><*t> '
still holds true through laughter, tears,
and grimaces. It does With Mar-
garette Shanna at the piano, and other TE ECAiS
cast members playing drums, xylophone, WATCH
You can depend on the special sales merchants -
trombone, the "Arnold Grimm'sDaughter"
At New York's Columbia medical school
\ university science has developed of our town announce in columnsof
,- holds
" J an efficient substitute for the benefits of Georgia warm springs, concert to company relax between rehearsal a daily swing and this paper.They mean money saving to our readers. It always pays to patronize
.-' plus a healing under-water massage treatment by air. The photograph broadcast. merchants who advertise.They are not afraid of their merchandise or their prices.
shows how a patient is lowered into the "hour glass" tank for treatment. Western Newspaper Union.

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Standard Oil Safety Cruiser Visits Here Character Is Like a FenceA Early Use of Brass Plumbing
person's character is like a The value of brass for plumbingwas
fence. It cannot! be strengthened by discovered by Ionian engineers
white-wash. several thousand years ago. '(
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TAKES 953 ,/t-;::: ;. .....;
( fruit higher. /TUBERCULOSIS !
SECRETARY OF ORANGES: Sales of regular oranges LIVES IN FLORIDA IN 1937 t PrIntIng-c: ;, \,.
In standard boxes amounted t
., ,_ . ; .
I to 259 cars, 51 more than last Tuberculosis took 953 lives in
TO MAKE week, averaging $1.91 a box, a'' Florida last year and it is esti- 'i-'y: : ;.1/; 'ff_ 11'I ",' ,I l'l'I '
I drop of 20c. For the corresponding; mated there are 10,000 active cases <,.'...-. ; \ : I
TOUR OF I week last year the average was in the state. At the present time :; ";;, '. "" '
I $3,77, and for the same week twe there are 154 admissions at the ,: ;.. < :
years ago, $2.88. Other orange State Sanatorium and others are ;
Secretary of War Harry: 'I sales were 148 cars of the Indian: being called in daily from all over : f. :
Woodnug plans, sometime j River variety, bringing $2.20 a the state. Patients are admitted to :
month, to make a personal II box, 43 cars more with price down I the Sanatorium in the order in ... ;-'I ofMerit:.,;:::', .. .': r.,.),
tion of the Cross-State 34c, and 352 cars two-bushel I which their applications are re ,
from Stuart to Fort Myers to I Bruce boxes averaged $2.12, up ceived. Each county has been allocated ;T''F \ ; : '
termine for himself whether \ 69 cars with a price drop of 16c.I! one bed for each 5,000 po- ; I'f'f ; ; :
would be advisable for the t California orange sales totaled 333; pulation. An allocation of beds ::?; :;K. ; 1 :!;
department to spend I I cars for the week:, dropping 37c I was necessary when more applica- ; :: ,

funds for deepening the I a box to an average of 243. .1 tions were received at the sanitor- t '. -,'. '" ., ,. .".,.. !
from its present seven-foot' GRAPEFRUIT: There were 46 ium than there are beds available. .
to a twelve-foot depth, it was I cars standard box regular Duncan : : i
rorted last week by the I I and Marshseedless grapefruit auctioned : ;

Daily News.Secretary. I I for an average price of STATE BRIEFS ... : ; .
I i $1.95, 16 cars less with the priceup ,
Woodring was
in Florida the latter I 6c. For the same week last year III I I lf: :_ "
to arrive
the average was $2.19 and tw6 The University. Florida will
of last week by plane from I 372 in the regular com-
I graduate
for vacation extending years ago; $2,25.Other grapefruit
ington sales included 101 cars of Indian mencement exercises at GainesvilleMay
he ]
to April and while here R. Jones of Archer
30. George -
River grapefruit bringing an aver
make: the inspection of the and Howard K. Wallace of
of box, 18 less '
age $2.30 a cars J
way. He is anxious to make de ., ''r
Gainesville will receive doctor's i
with price up 5c, and 58 cars two-I
own inspection before the
engineers hand in their report bushel Bruce boxes averaged 2.12 grees.
their survey to determine the 2 cars more with the price advanc- Efforts of Senator Claude Pepper I : \
ing 5c. Texas grapefruit sales totaled in disposing I
ibility of the increased depth. to aid Florida fishermen -
160 cars for the week, averaging -I of burdensome surplus were
Woodring declined to $2.12 per standard box, a about the
successful in bringing
himself of his inspection on the project and the in drop of lie under last week. purchase or.a. substantial quantityof "',." See' J" "...1.1\,."" ""...'.,,.>,.,\.. ,2.....-
fish and 'sea foods which if left > : \
army engineers reports, but Florida receives approximately
sources close to the secretary $20,000,000 from the varfous unmoved would have meant bank- '

timated the war department federal per agencies year, according to ruptcy fishermen.The to. many Florida commercial .1L ; : '

look with favor on the I I the State Welfare Boaid. : : ;
ment sought. Orange Box Regetta, sponsored -:,, : :... _-; .<. .c,, '<'<,10 -0" 'K' .
interested in by the Florida Waterways '. .-: ; ;;'
"We are greatly :
Florida's waterways, Congress, is arousing considerable ; ; y. : '
from proving an economic point of America's Greatest interest throughout the state. It ltJ.rt';: ..'. <; :;:); ,,,k ': > fiJ : .

and that of possible defense Food Authority Now 'i is open to young boys and girls /

in time of war," Woodring Writes for This Paper I who must build all or part of their 1
ed. I small sailing craft from funds they
I have earned. Plans for, the craft The (JemSton I\lews
"We have already expended ;
may be. obtained from R.- S. Free" ; \
58,500,000; on the ,
I New Smyrna, chairman of the com-
spending .
and now are
waterway L; y:
,dditional $100,000 to extend mittee.

waterway south from Miami Friday. March 25, will be Ohio
Florida bay. This will exhaust na'r f t* >4 I Day at McKee Jungle Gardens

present appropriation for this three miles south of Vero Beach.In .
erway and no further addition to meeting others from
expenditures are contemplated their state, Ohioans will enjoy a

Woodring said.Reverting picnic lunch and a trip through the ,,
to national 1$* ; *Mf. gardens. _- ___. ---_J"fC. 'ii- .,- ....a:., ; .. -.' .'... ) 'r Vt .

Woodring expressed himself ,
heartily in favor of the
plated naval construction
sought in the bill now before

gress."Impregnable defense of DOES YOUR MOTOR KNOCK ?

shores is best assured by
.c' .
army and navy action," he said. I
A'FflT -
While plans at present call !

only Increasing the depth
seven feet to twelve feet it is
sidered probable that if the
department considers the
feasible that it Is not at all
likely that the waterway will I C. Houston Goudiss

made into a ship canal.If I
We with
1 announce pride a new
the twelve-foot depth is feature in this issue, "What You
proved there will be some I Eat and Why," by C. Houston Yt
ing done completely across the Goudiss, noted food authority, radio
insula but the greater part will speaker, author and lecturer, famous .
in the St. Luoie canal and I as the man who knows food
Lake Okeechobee unless the "from soil to serving, from table
canal is charted the main to tissue."
as !
I One of these articles will appear I
each week, and we know housewivesand II I
Summary of Citrus mothers will look forward to II i
I them for the accurate, worthwhile
Sales Past I information they contain on foods II
and their relation to health. Thisis I
not a recipe column. Mr. Goudiss .
Tampa, March 1 Following )
has designed it to serve as a link
a summary of Florida citrus between laboratory and 1 layman in I I II
in the eastern and
-\ the food field, interpreting modern
auction markets for the week scientific knowledge in the languageof

closing ending March: 18th, the home maker, giving her the I '
a brief review' of shipments elemental facts regarding new discoveries -
& .l
ing same. and the part played by ; c4RaR0. '
Florida interstate shipments I food in building and maintaining
all carriers the preceding health. I FRR t lltib Y ..:
(ending March 12th) Every woman wants to know what : s.c
339 cars to a total of 2921 foods will benefit her family' and
sisting of 2283 cars of why, and that is just the information -
612 of and 26 that Mr. Goudiss will give :
grapefruit of ((
._ -
gerines. j Watch for the articles each week, --'- ,
make a scrap book of them for t ': .
auction Florida markets citrus this sales week in inci all ready reference. They contain valuable u sutc 6AS9 LUJHHra\! 'ttr.t. .: p. .;" .. .:L 1 '- .L y:..;\ eli.rl 1LVLrr.A iI:- .
{ information every home mal.er ...
ed 111 cars, reaching: a total I|has! topn Wanting.i : r E"1CH. f.:.''' ; N II \\I r'8 tJ '\) :
&77, with oranges and tafl' .L i '. .J' -.' i r M Y {

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