The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00686
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: June 10, 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00686
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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.G.L. Asks To Remove Local Jeweler QuizzedBy l Morris Davis "Convicted

Federal Agent

Local Passenger Trains i Second Degree MurderWPA
It is unlikely: that many Clewis-

ton residents knew that last Thurs- -

I day afternoon, a federal agent as-

,TRAIN FROM HAINES CITYT was a'visitor in Clewiston but J. F. HARLEM CE MOTION FOR

0 CLEWISTONH. The laundry truck of the Clew Campbell, a local jewelryman, was \ TRIAL ....

< iston Laundry, driven by Dick Hall properly ,thrilled after a thorough A WPA project was

C. Jones, representing the and a Plymouth sedan driven by quiz by one of J., Edgar Hoover'sagents. nesday of this week of Morris Davis, form-

traffic department of the United B. E. Nail, Sr.:; crashed at the supervisor Henry S. worker for the U. S.

States Sugar Corporation and T. B. corner at the Clewiston Supply It was late in the afternoon whena landscaping and Clewiston, for the

Shelley, representing the Clewiston Wednesday afternoon with consider- taxidrove up in front of Mr. Harlem cemetery grounds.It his wife, Mildred at

Motor Company attended a meeting able damage to cars but no injuryto Campbell's home, a man of giant is planned to 'plant in LaBelle Christmas

held in Haines City Wednesday drivers or occupants of the two stature climbed ,out .and 'walked and shrubs in an effort to to a close yesterday

morning at which officials of, the cars. Sherwood Hall, riding in up to Mr. Campbell demanding the burial plot and to 5:10 when the Hen-

Atlantic, Coast Line Railway asked the laundry, truck bumped ,his headon that he enter the taxi with him for grave markers which jury returned a verdict

permission 'of the Florida Railroad the instrument panel of the in order that he could ask him a used whenever new second degree which

Commission to eliminate passenger truck but the skin not broken. made. of from
was few: questions. Mr. Campbell at twenty
trains 175 and 176 from the line
first hesitated but finally compliedwith imprisonment. His

between Haines City and Clewiston. the stranger's ,request ando D. Bell, of Arcadia,

After hearing the testimony at ce inside the car underwent a YOUTH announced that he I
the the members of the NEW $4,000 CHURCHTO I
meeting : ,
', '1 grilling for several minutes in regard a motion for a new
commission promised to take the to his.family history, placesof Geo. W. White-

matter under advisement and are BE BUILT HERE residence, etc. Somewhat con- TO ABDUCTION that the term of
believed to be evenly divided "
pretty -
fused but answering questions' as would be held open

in their views regarding the best he could he finally caught a had filed this
familiar twinkle in the man's eye
Word received here of the
was and recognized him. However, he was scheduled to open
meeting on Monday and arrange- played the game through to the but two days were
ments were made by representativesfrom A Baptist Church has been organized Radio reports late
I finish and never let that he the seating of a
Clewiston to attend. Other in Clewiston by. the Rev. noon were to the
knew what it was all about. a motion, for a
towns along the route were not rep- W. L. Head evangelist of the state I Franklin Pierce McCall, I
The man was Mr. Campbell'sown by Judge Bell.
resented because insufficient time mission board who has been con-
son whom he had not seen for ed kidnaper of James Ca was overruled and the
had been, given to notify those in- ducting services in the tent taber-
fourteen years and during that, time confessed that he began Wednesday
terested and to secure data in regard nacle here for several weeks. More finally
he had grown from a gangling lad the child and that
to the operation of the train. than a hundred members have been no
of twelve into a six foot four inch
impUcated'with him
Representatives of the CoastLine enrolled in the new church and it was witness summoned
at, the meeting were J. P.: is planned to begin constructionof giant. He disclosed that he 4 was crime. Death of the : was Dr A. P.
an agent; of the FBI and had been, said, was caused by LaBelle, who was
Walker, general superintendent of I a church within the'near future.
the Southern Division, F. B. Langley Rev. Head will continue to act assigned to the Cash kidnappingcase. from gags placed over his the young mother
While in Florida he had
and face.
of trains E. B. of the church until been shot through
: superintendent as pastor a
decided to try and locate his
C. C. is chosen. The tent with a' shotgun. AlI -
Rush, superintendent, and new pastor
fathergoing first to Okeechobee The entire state and
Blanc trainmaster. Mr. tabernacle is used meet- repeatedly said that
Walker being as a I
where Mr. Campbell formerly lived saddened but not ,
told the commission that this line ing place temporarily and Rev. Clewistou. was an accident, Dr.
and then on to Aftera announcement
had for the ten Head to be in Clewiston that Mrs. Davis
operated past years expects ,
short visit the James B.
son that the body of
at a loss and that the loss over the about another ten weeks. Miami ning times before she
T Campbell, returned to to veyear'old Princeton
line of this train had amountedto The, building which is being planned was not an accident
more than $99,000 during the will be situated on a 'cornerlot his work. been found only a short husband had shot

(Continued, on page eight) a block south of the postoffice. ,from his home in a clump Five other state

A committee, has been appointed FOR NEW mettoes in an area believed ( on page eight)

I by the Rev. ,Head to work LOCATION been thoroughly combed by
BAD WEATHER STILL out ers 'during tile past two
plans for the building wihch ;

will be a, modern church building, SCHOOL BUILDING IS ,There' 'wasr,a->grim LEAGUE
the time, however,
DELAYS PLAY IN so planned that additions may be
announcement that a
I made without destroying the design -
of the building. DEFINITELY DECIDED confessed to writing the FIRST

HANDICAP TOURNEY notes, collecting the ;
The first unit of the new struc-
and participating in all
ture is to cost approximately two
The site on which the new High the crime except the SUNDAY
thousand dollars and with the other
t' Old Man Weather; continued the School building is to be erectedin child. It was on
j unit which will be added later, together -
past week to irritate the hopefulsin Clewiston was, definitely settled en the federal agents by
with the church equipment,
the Duval Jewelry Handicap at upon during the week by* membersof truck driver, Franklin 4)l 4)i League, a
the church will be a four thousand
the Clewiston Golf Club. On the the Hendry County School board. Call, that. the body was including Clewis-
dollar church when completed.Dr. .
two principal afternoons most. en- The building will face east in the little after midnight \ Canal Point and:
C. M. Brittain, secretary of
trants favor for playing matches, triangle between San Pedro and night.McCall. organized in Pahokee
the Baptist State Board, and fifteen
Thursday and Sunday, the heavens I Esperanza Streets on approximatelythe 21, had resided week with A. H.
pastors from Miami and the near'by
opened and the rains descended, same, location as the present Cash home for some time l Point, president,
area were in Clewiston and
causing the weekly schedule to school ,basketball court and on the said to have been very of Clewiston, vice-
assisted with the church organization. -
again be somewhat muddled and same campus as the old school with little Jimmy.- He A. L. Hackett, Clew-
Only two officers have been
necessitating an overtime privilegefor building which is property owned school graduate of Jasper, and treasurer. The
selected thus far: C. M. Baker
a number of matches. by the school board.It and the son of ,a Nazarene be played here Sun-
treasurer and Lois Prince, clerk.O.
Probably the two outstanding is, believed that for the pres- (Continued on page at 3:00 between
K. Crawford, Sunday School
\. matches of the week were E. E. ent the one campus will afford and Clewiston teams.
and Baptist Training Union worker
Xelly's defeat of Larry Nash and I sufficient playground facilities for WASHINGTON continue each Sunday
has organized the Clewiston Bap-
the elimination of Emmett Shelleyby tist Sunday School with seventytwo the pupils of both buildings but summer months.

-' W. C. Owen. Presenting Mr. members. Six classes are under- should there ,be need ,of more the Benjamin Wood, is president of the

Kelly with eight strokes, Mr. Nash owners of Block 144 located just neer from the office of G. Small is busi-
way in the Sunday School and a
was ,exceedingly fortunate to go north of the proposed building site, Engineers Washington and Ed Ward is
B.T, U. has been organized for
down with no louder bang than juniors, intermediates and seniors. across Esperanza have agreed to in Clewiston this week .on 'Baker' will be cap-
2 and 1, because the chunky Clew- make it'available.. business. It is and C. E. Miner
The Baptist Church was
iston swinger stroked his way organ- Plans for the new building are Mr. Wood is making' pop bottles as um-
ized by the State Board after sur-
around in but one more stroke disclosed local families (Continued ,on Page 8)) of the plans for the St. of'the team has
veys many
than his Belle Glade opponent. decided for con-
who were Baptist by ,membershipor
under 17 handicap
:' Kelley played a has been rounded
' inclination, the majority of
and Nash 7. given daily prac-
whom were not taking active part Russell Pleased .With '
The methodical Mr. Owen of in any church work. Kay that the best may be
Clewiston who could stroke his the line-up Sunday.

" (Continued on Page 8) Formal Opening Of New urged to attend this

I Miner Guest Sneaker the other games

St. Lucie Locks May I on future Sun-

At Kiwanis MeetingCharles !

-Be Awarded In August TOO LATE By Russell TO CLASSIFY KayAt and opment am, always and progress amazed of at Firm

E. Miner, new member of erful section.

Draftsmen in the sub-office of the Board of Public Instruction ,of the invitation of' Florida's You must personally

the United States Engineershere Hendry county from the Clewistoa 'Sugar Daddy" Clarence R. Bit- Everglades country to Low On Office

are working night and district, was the guest speaker al ting, I journeyed to Clewiston the predate it and no one

day on the plans and specifications the regular meeting o'f the Kiwanis other day to attend a housewarming ida well who has not made

for the new St. Lucie locks and Club Wednesday evening.Mr. occasioned by the opening of one trip to this strange Lund, contracting

\.J*t Carawan Nelson, engineer in chargeof Miner's talk concerned the the new Clewiston Inn. chanting section. There is Palm Beach, whose

'the Okeechobee projects stated new $50,000 high school building What a party! Like everythingthat like it anywhere else was a hundred dol-

this week that it was likely thata for Clewiston, bonds for which Bitting has a hand in, it was other stales may boast that of C. J. Tre-

call for bids would be issued in were voted recently. He gave some a glorious success. The discomfortof :snow-capped mountains or Palm Beach for con-,

August. very interesting details in regardto driving two hundred miles in the seacoasts, none can interesting offer new office building

The design of the new locks, construction and reviewed the rain was offset many times over as unique and States Engineer

Mr. Nelson says, will vary little circumstances which made it neces- by the warmth. of the welcome mysterious 'glades.I were recom-

from that of the Ortona Locks. sary for a. new site' to be chosen extended by our' genial host and vividly recall my this week
contract ,
' Sector gates will be used and other than the one first contem- the good people' of Clewiston. of the Everglades as likely that the

general dimensions of chamber an plated. The new location, he said, After a careful inspection of the a picture in my school shortly,
awarded very
1 understood to be the same. The would be back of the present splendid new hotel it was easy to which! led me to assume immedi

i j chief difference between these new school building }in the same block understand why Clarence wanted to entire area was nothing commence of speed entered

locks and the Caloosahatchee Locks in about the same location as the "throw a party." Strictly modernin gigantic dismal swamp, for the

.J will be the width of the spillway present basketball court. It is be- every respect fireproof, it equalsin by snakes, reptiles and completion
/:a which will be considerably larger lieved, said Mr. Miner, that the appointments and comfort'any skins.I 100 for TrevalL-

,than the Ortona spillway. present campus will 'afford suffi- hotel in the state. venture to say that building is to be:

Instead of a fixed spillway suchas cient playground facilities for both There is 'something thrilling countless thousands in back of the engi-

is used at Ortona, the entire schools but in the event it does: about a trip into -the heart of the day who still hold that between the, ware-.

' < : St. Lucie spillway will be controlled not permission has been received 'glades country and while I have will continue to hold it hurricane gate exit
,. by Tantor gates, eight of them. from the property owners across traversed the area around Lake day when they personally: the, street leading in

Only two of these are used at Or- the street from the proposed site Okeechobee many times I never fail the marvelous velvet to levee.
bway, the\
tonal' ., (Continued! : on page elKht) to get 'a: kick out of 'a return trip f Continued, on Page !

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N model Frances, gets Donelon a summer, lovely Food Fads and Fallacies You can

I beauty treatment startingwith

sage. gentle fingertip. mas- REDUCESafely.

Nationally Known Food Authority Explains .Surely. Comfortably

Parade'v How. They May Endanger Health Offered Send for by This C.Houston Free Bulletin Goudiss

By C. HOUSTON GOUDISS. Readers of this newspaperare

6 East 39th St., New York City. invited to write to C.Houston I

S SCIENCE; and civilization have progressed, painstaking Goudiss,at 6 East 39th Street,
r: New York City,for his scien-
_ investigators have sought to replace ignorance with tificReducing Bulletin,which

Jy= r.hr .' <. ;q.n..v. knowledge, to substitute truth for superstition. But in spiteof shows how to reduce by the
safe and method
sane of
their efforts, our eating habits are still influenced by a counting calories.

) ? multitude ,of food fads and fancies, which ,should have no .. The bulletin lete
it will
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'4F 4W'f, *M t ff' \ c fc place in this enlightened age. < chart showing the caloric value of
iA, .,J = all the commonly used foods and
Some,. oj these are harmless; A score of superstitions cling to contains sample menus that you can
the eating of fruits. There is a use ai 1 fuitle *comfortable and
others health. And
may endanger healthful weight reduction
false notion.that acid-tasting fruits
the homemaker must learn to
; cause or aggravate rheumatism,
distinguish between fact and because they produce "acidity." are the fad diets constantly 'put

fancy. The truth is that most fruits, regardless forth by those who seek to exploit -

-*- of their acid taste, leavean the homemaker's desire for

Fish Is Not a Brain Food alkaline ash following diges- dietetic knowledge.
One of the most tion.One
often hears that fruit should Foods Not
fallacies is the notion that not be taken at the same time as fad diet which IncompatibleA has gained a

certain kinds of food are especially milk because the fruit acids will large number of adherents in recent -
beneficial for certain cause the milk to curdle. But the
is based the notion
>'...w",,* .,.,, _' .- fact is that milk :is always cur- that years
parts of the body. Many certain foods notably
Next, a dab of cream, applied peo- dled in the stomach by the hydro starches and proteins incompatible
-are -
. where it will do most good; then i ple believe'that fish.is". a brain. chloric acid. and should not be con-
food and celery a nerve tonic. Let-
eyebrow pencil. -*-
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_4.r"'""''''A'" .: ,:<,mw:::%: < tuce is thought to be a soporific. Not Necessary to Sip Milk they cannot be digested at the

.tJJ1; ': 2S{ { C :: H ':<'< : None The of idea.regarding these things fish is true.probablyarose Another false .idea-is the-widespread same time. It is interesting, to

": < v '. '.,.; ..,: \ notion that milk must be note that this fad has been con-
ri {" .' .v.\ because fish contains phos- sipped slowly or it will be difficultto demned by the medical professionand
JJf"tf.iC < : ::;.:, phorus and the
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digest. This has been 'refutedby that a physician of the high- "
i : :*" ><3'':< .. .,};:'x" :+ ......."..:.,..<. tib brain also contains : '
I phosphorus. How a widely known investigatorwho est standing has proved clinically
,' r f made tests. One day that starches and proteins do not
Jlfr : ; v r many
? N s simple it would be
4/ ;. y,,,,. he. fed a man a pint of milk in interfere with one another in the
4 if one could increase --
'b;r. ,4! '' :' <'' brain 10 seconds. The next day the same stomach.
power; man was fed the same amount of The'fallacy of this theory is fur-
.: merely by eating
e. 'y j milk in 10 minutes. On both occasions ther appreciated when one real-
'/ { fish. Unfortunately -
X the contents of the stom- izes that there are few
=n rr ;' : ; %'* : ff'' there is nothing pure pro-
::4jYrl'Yu ; 4ybYQ' ach were examined a half hour teins or pure'carbohydrates, most
:*& $ to it! The brain,
4Yyy;:;; Z 144 : : i like other of later. foods containing varying propor-

/Fn.ln.y.. /L"f,,, 1i': '+ "fi parts It was discovered that ,the milk tions of protein, carbohydrate and
FJS body requiresa
f 'i/ l'f''ir{" > which was drunk in 10 seconds fat. Such foods as dried peas and
balanced diet. No .
nGr 6rf had formed smaller curds than,the beans and whole grain cereals
? kyry'.Hir'. '. .',,'%.' 4 m case has ever been reported of a
6'f. 'iS'f/
44 r/ : : ; :, l.y milk: which was sipped in 10 min- contain a substantial percentageof
br% {: man soothing the irritated nerves
utes. And in both cases, the curds both starch and protein.
of. his wife by feeding her celery.
'''' SfPM And for lettuce it is fine were of practically the same' con- -*-
:;'4'',:, <. ,. as a
? ..MsJea.v source of minerals, vitamins and sistency. of
Dangers Fasting
/ ,
filrr : :}r i ;.'/lrvU .1' i aa' -*-
gentle roughage but it does not
Fasting is urged by some fad
contain narcotic that in- Water With Meals?
( any drug dists as a means of "detoxifying"the
r.Q ..,: duces It is widely held that water body. Advocates of this prac-
/ sleep.'A'- should not be taken with meals, tice claim that it is nature's meth-

G" :u.I ... jbM\ f' Other Fallacies Disproved the argument being that it dilutes od of housecleaning. As a matterof

.. ... ....... Science has exploded many : the gastric juice and thus inter- fact, fasting for .any length of
n..n .n m feres with This sounds
'7 :< digestion.
: <
'x:< : 7 lw. < time be to health
= may dangerous ,
And the finished product common notions about vegetables
: I I logical and many people have because it may result in the accumulation -
I emerges, certainly a gilded which may' change your ideas of been ,fooled. But the truth of the of oxida-
'I- because Miss Don- what is best to buy and eat. Many : incomplete
I lily matter is that water stimulatesthe
is tion products of fat, and the development -
'1nV3S comely before! homemakers prefer lettuce that flow of the digestive juices of acidosis.Homemakers .
light green in color and they be-
G9,: / and careful research has estab-
must put aside superstitions -
lieve that string beans which snap lished that normally, water taken

hb f'/ 4 robfl ,u/ p f are superior in quality. But it has with meals in reasonable. quanti- half-truths and food
if to nourish
l fallacies they are
/y.Yy / digestion.
/4 if<: ? green lettuce is much richer in their families properly.Put .
// i vitamins and that a snap in string -*- your faith only in estab-

beans merely indicates that the Danger of Half Truths lished food facts. Remember that

beans have been kept in a cold, The most. insidious food falla- 'upon your knowledge and breadthof

moist place. cies are those which contain some vision depend, to a great degree -

portion of truth-for example, the not only the health but the

belief that cooked fruit is more happiness of your family.
Do You Want to LearnHaw wholesome than raw ,fruit. It is (fr)WNU-C. Houston Goudiss-1938-14

true that cooking increases the di-

& 1iV4 zr io Plan IILUHatiu gestibility of some fruits and also

Mwrx has a sterilizing effect. On the .fti
4 &w Ilron /
other hand, most fruits are easily iea

_, Diet? digested in the raw state, are EASY WAYwYh'Coleman
more :palatable and richer in vita-

mins.A ;
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9 :.,, } widespread belief which has a SELF-
Offered by C. Houston Goudiss Iron I
small portion, but only a small \T: HEATING I INa

portion of truth, is that whole r
READERS of this newspaper wheat bread is vastly superior to 1 Thousands of women have
to write to C. banished"ironing day bluet"
'. Houston Goudiss, 6 East 39th white bread. Whole wheat bread with this time-saving,.work

Street, New York City, for a contains more minerals, vitaminsand inatant-liRhting.saving Colemanlron.Entirely Genuine self
free copy of his bulletin, "Helpful roughage than white bread. heating.Entire irontngsurface
Hints Planning Laxa- But the minerals and vitamins is evenly heated, with a hot
on. a point and hot edges. Iron
tive Diet. lacking in white bread can easilybe with lest effort, in one-third

; The bulletin gives concrete supplied by other common _leis time.lag with Do your the next Instant iron

suggestions for combatting foods, and there is no justificationfor Lighting: Coleman. It'sa
) faulty elimination through cor- going to the extreme of omit- labor wonderful saver. time See it and at
rect eating and proper habits of ting white bread entirely from the your dealer's.
t hygiene. It gives a list of laxa- diet. WRITE Send postcard
.....z.., tive foods and contains a fullweek's for free folder

'!4;:.fi_:m...;>_.:..... ._ card is sample sufficient menus.to carry A post-your Fad Diets-Lack*- BalanceFar Address and full Dept details.WU-323 -.&_.,-
Cosmetologists insist that careful and regular skin treatments preserve request. more' harmful'than the fallacies Wichita,K.n'.j Chicago,lll.| Philadelphia,Pap
youth and regarding individual foods Loa AnCU,Calif. (8S3W: )
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IMPROVED AROUND Items of Interest


WHO'SNEWS HOUSE .,to the Housewife:
young man wrote to a busi- the ,
esson ness firm, ordering a razor: --- --
"Dear Sirs: Please find en-
v By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. Improving: Meat Flavor. The over them an old sheet wrung out
Institute closed a dollar for one of razors -
Dean of the Moody Bible
i of Chicago. as advertised and oblige. flavor of boiled ham, salt beef or in hot water and then beating well
Western Newspaper Union. I John Jones." tongue which is to be served coldis with a cane. The sheet will ab:'
much improved if meat is sorb 'the dust. -
Lesson for June'12 "P.S.-1 forgot to enclose the dol- left in *
.: :: the water in which it was
; THIS lar, but no doubt a firm of your boiled
until it is cold. Sparing the Tablecloth.-Use
FACING THE SUPREME TEST standing" will send the razor any- white waxed paper under the

OF SERVICE way. Pressing: Pleated Skirt.-Wire child's tray on table.. The paper
WEEKBy The firm replied as follows: paper clips may be used very suc- saves the tablecloth and is barely
Y LESSON TEXT-Mark 143236. "Dear Sir: Your order received. cessfully to hold pleats in position noticeable.

What GOLDEN thou ,wilt.TEXT-Not Mark what 14:36.: I will, but Sending the razor as requested and when pressing a skirt. *

PARTON PRIMARY TOPIC-Jesus in the Garden. ,hope it will prove satisfactory." For Light l\Iuffins.--When mak-
LEMUEL INTERMEDIATE JUNIOR TOPIC-In AND Gethsemane SENIOR TOPIC- "P.S.-We forgot to enclose the Cleaning: Upholstered Pieces.- ing muffins in iron pans, grease

Getulio Courage in the Face of Danger. razor, but no doubt a man with Heavy upholstered pieces that the pans and heat them in the oven
NEW far- YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC- your cheek will have no need of cannot readily be taken outsidecan before putting the batter in. Your
of Brazil was a Will.
western frontiersman in his youth, The Challenge of God's it." be. freed..from dust by placing, muffins will then,be much lighter.

still wearing "bombachos," or No man has ever ,faced such a
gaucho trousers, crisis as Jesus met in the Gardenof

Pres. Vargas for informal dress, Gethsemane, for He was the Son Sfrange 'F
Handy With and quite in char-! of God 'incarnate in order to bear By
Six-Shooter acter pumping a the' sins of the world. No one 'can HOW to SEW RUTH WYETH
six-gun at the pal- ever fully understand the agony of SPEARSbe Tiny Sailfish ,

ace, and putting down a,,Graustarkian -, soul involved when God "made him
revolt.A to be sin for us, who knew no sin; Puzzles Beebe .

swarthy, stocky little man, that we might be made the right- THE diagram shows how the' stitch. If rags are used, tear or
quick on the draw, he has never been eousness of God in him" (II Cor. contrasting squares are arranged -] cut the strips not more than 1% DR. WILLIAM BEEBE returned

gun-shy, and impromptu shootinghas 5:21). ,It-is, ,therefore, true that we to give the rug its inter- inches wide, and work with the raw recently from a tropical ex
been an occasional obligato in may never..say that we have gone esting design. Whatever color edges turned in as shown here at pedition. He had collected 20,000

Ms rise to supreme power. "through Gethsemane." But there is scheme you use, black will be A. Measure each square carefullyso different specimens of marine life.

When he established his totalitarian a very real sense in which our most effective for: joining the they will all be exactly the He brought back a fish not as I
.Q.I state on ,November 10 of Lord's experience is shared by His squares and for an edging of sin- same size. Full instructions for long as his little finger. This was

last year, there were those who disciples, in a lesser degree and as gle'crochet around the outside of slip covers for side\chairs like the his most valuable specimen, a sail-

said he was dealing: in the dark ordinary human beings. the rug. If the materials you have one shown are ''in the book offered fish 1* inches long. .

, of the moon with the green shirts Our lesson brings before us the are not the colors you want, don't below. The familiar sailfish caught by
-that here was where Germanyand 'closing scene of Thursday before NOTE: Every Homemaker anglers in California or' Florida

fascism got a toe-hold on the crucifixion. The day has been 1GREEN should have a copy of Mrs. Spears' weighs from 30 to more than 100

this continent. 'crowded, with important events, book SEWING, for the'Home Dec- pounds. Their length measuresthe
The green shirt revolt and its vig- among them the eating of the Passover 2MIXED orator. Forty-eight pages of illus. height ,of, a man or a giant. '
Sr. revelation that there wasa COLORS Some ten feet The.
orous suppression by Vargas the trated directions for making slip- are even long.
to that evenif traitor the twelve the in- "baby" sailfish 1
seems to be an answer among covers and curtains also dressing measuring %
he had not previously made it stitution of the Lord's supper, the 3 YELLOW }I tables; lampshades ;and other use- inches may not be a "baby" at all.

clear that his authoritarian: state precious words of the upper room, ful articles for the home. Price The tiny fish exactly like the ten _
was not of the European model. the intercessory prayer in the gar- foot sailfish puzzles Doctor Beebe.In .
25 cents postpaid (coin preferred).
Brazil has a complex racial makeup den.I. an interview on landing, the \
Address Mrs. Spears, 210 S. Des-
which provides no proscribedgroup Exceeding Sorrowful (vv. 32- plaines St., Chicago, Ill. well known scientist says the tiny
or racial 36)). .- 1 3 3 3 sailfish might be the first young

Home Talent myth, the first re- The text uses many words to con- 2 2 2 '2 'sailfish ever captured, or may bea
Expert at quirement in fas- vey the depth of His soul's agony Little CourtesiesIn new miniature species. There 1

Strong Arm. cist technique, and as though it were impossible to express is much doubt of the \Vz inch sail-
furthermore, whenit it in the faulty medium of fish being the young of the or-
comes to strong-arm government, speech. So it is, for our Lord here the stir and hurry of life dinary sailfish because the little
all South American countries have experienced something far more serious forget there is always the dye pot. how careless'we are of little cour- fish seems fully formed.

plenty of home talent and indigenous than a dread of physical Producing your own colors may tesies. We rudely brush aside love The sailfish derives its name .
skill. 'the most"exciting 'part of rug that yearns to bless us. Unthink-
death.: He was not a coward. He from the huge dorsal fin that extends -
Sr. Vargas recruited his political making 1 ingly we wound our hearts whose
was not afraid to die. His soul was a foot or two above the body
following as a liberal. He denounced about to have put upon its spotless A crocheted rag rug like the joy or: sorrow hangs upon our and resembles a sail. These fish '
monopoly and promised the over- sinlessness the stain and dishonorof one shown here uses odds and slightest act or word.
feed on the surface of the water
throw of the "coffee plantation ends. Wool make a nicer Pride checks
the _world's sins. Little wonder rags or carelessness the and they are caught by trolling in
kings. that He was "sorrowful even unto rug- than cotton, or rug yarn may spontaneous expression of our the daytime. The miniature sail- .
He seized power in 1930 by death" (v. 34). be substituted if desired. Eithera love. We crush and cast aside fish secured bYDoctor Beebe was !'

the overthrow of President Since, this was the road the Mas- wood or large steel crochet hookis the flower of life's mystery, and caught at night under search

Washington Luiz, with the aid of ter trod, should not His servants used., The Tug shown ,here then bemoan the monotony of ex lights, on a voyage that took Doc-
his lifetime friend, old General tread it still? measures 36 by 21 inches. The istence. 0, to be awake every tor Beebe and his companions
Aurelio Monteiri. Luiz had won 5-inch made to the wonder and
, are separately morning maj-
I II. Alone with God (vv. 37-41). squares 2,000 miles down the west coast
: the election against him, but in single crochet stitch and esty of it all.-Edward Howard
Vargas raised a cry of fraud. Jesus took with Him into the se- then joined with crochet slip- Griggs. from Cape Lucas to Panama.
Britannica Junior.
i' From the first he ruled partially cluded place in the Garden the three
who were closest to Him in the circle -
' decree since the
: by now ,
adoption of theDenies of disciples. He counted on'

',I., All constitution of No- their fellowship and sympathy in
,I His hour of anguish. Merely to
IF t Rights of vember 10. His re-
Free Speech organization of have them near Him, to know that
the country followed they were there to watch and pray

established dictatorial prac- even though they could not share

tice in the formation of labor His holy burden, was to be a comfort -,
"syndicates," 'the fixing of maxi- to Him. We try to do as much
for another in hours of bereave-
mum and minimum wages, and one
the denial of all rights of free press ment and disappointment, but how Irium contained in BOTH Pepsodent Tooth Powder 4W
and free assemblage. much greater was the opportunityof '
and Pepso ent Tooth Paste
i He is a famous orator, speaking these three, and how ignomin- $
failed. The O You'll get the"Thrill of a Lifetime"... Pepsodent to so thoroughly brush away .
iously they spirit
j; a fluent and flowery Portuguese, us- was '
once yon use Pepsodent containing Irium unsightly surface-stains, polish teeth to
ing the radio a great deal in national willing (v. 38), but the flesh took
...The thrill of seeing your teeth gleam such glorious brilliance! Pepsodentwith
He is credited with the upper hand, and they slept! He
appeals. all their natural loveliness! can make your teeth sparkle as they nat
just about the shrewdest political was alone with His Father, when He You can depend Pepsodent to bring urally should.: and do it SAFELY. It '' '" '
intelligence in South America. In prayed that if it were possible the about a vast improvement to surface.. contains NO BLEACH, NO PUMICE NO c ; "t
II his prairie town, he attended a pri-' hour might pass from Him, but in I stained. teeth! For it is Irium that helps GRIT I Try Pepsodent today! : '' ;' :...

vate college, later enrolled in a true and beautiful submission said, ._._- .. '_
military college'but'' was diverted to "not what I will, but what thou

the law. wilt." Be a Treasure House which care cannot disturb, nor FriendshipsSome
His rise. through minor offices to The follower of Jesus will know
Make yourselves nests of pleas- poverty take away from you- friendships are made by
the national congress parallels the this experience, too. While he will ant thoughts, bright fancies faith- houses built without hands for nature, some by contract, some
i standard career chart of our con- ever find it to be true that there is
and souls.
in.-John interest
ful sayings; treasure-houses of your souls to live by some by
gressional record biographiesdistrict nothing more precious than the '
precious and restful thoughts Ruskin. Jeremy Taylor.
attorney, state legislature and friends God gives him, he should
all the. rest of it. prepare himself to expect the arm .
a* of, flesh to fail him. There is

THE make-believe war in which more bitter experience in human no I UNA and INA have a present from Grandpa I I

eastern seaboard was defended relationships than to count on those

against "black" expeditionary who should stand by, come what MOTHER, MOTHER A FREEZER! BUT HONESTLY we DO...WE bo/ we
forces from overseas was the may, and to find that they have -LOOK WHAT WE KITTENS.I DONT KNOW GOT STRAWBERRY AND WE:JUST '
first large-scale slept through our hour of soulstruggle. 'BOUGHT HOW 10 MAKE ICE CREAM! JELLrO ICE CREAM POWDER HAVE TO MIX -\
Air Forces work-out of our I WITH THE MONEY ,AT THE GROCER'S.B UP WITH A >
Defend U. S. "flying" fortresses"in III. Betrayed by a Kiss (vv. 42- \ GRANDPA GAVE.US \ j '. QUART OF MILK... ,
Mock War under a unified 46). \ rt \ THAT'S ALL So a c A e
1," command. Major To betray the one who had done .; 0

General Frank M. Andrews, running nothing but good, who had loved 1 po.' r oooo p o 1I 00o o
I'' the show, is one of the few him and served him even in the I boa 00 1: ac
I I flying generals. washing of his feet, this would have o oQO.c .
He gathered up the strands of the been far more than one could have
I unified service when the GHQ air I expected of even the sinblackenedheart

force, which he commands, moved of a Judas. But he fills the t
in n into the huge air base at Langley measure of his ignominy to over t w k
'.; field, March 1, 1935. flowing by betraying: his Lord with
Called the "handsomest man the sign of affection-a kiss.
in the service," he is quietly effective We know full well that we may

t and the last man in the not stand on the same ground as .r -
world to be called a swivel-chair our Lord even here, for, whereasHe
i officer. He warns the country had done nothing to merit betrayal LET ME,UNA! ITS MY.THAT WAS .of STOP KIDDING YOUR YES THEY DID..ALL.:
against a shortage of fliers and we at our best are not ableto MY TURN NOW! CXJICK.VJORK/ POOR OLD DADDY ALONE BELIEVE ME._
( I urges civilian training. He was stand forth without fault. Nevertheless YOU DIDNT MAKE I'M GOING TO ORDER : iyTHERES
not an A. E. F. flier. I great is the hurt when we WE'LL NO..IT'S ALL DONE. THIS SWELlSMOOTHALL, THE OTHER
face the of life. It
In 1934 he made the unusual jump betrayals may ICE AROUND FT AMD STILL SOME LEFT'JELLO
from lieutenant-colonel to brigadier- be one whom we have befriended, LET IT STAND'TILL ICE CREAM POWDER
and made who has been the object of our lov oo. MAKES A WHOLE QUART *
general was a major-gen- SUPPER TIME A HALF OP ICE CREAM
eral in 1935. He was graduated from ing thought and care, and who in \ rJl1r -

.... West Point in 1906 and was with the the hour when he thinks to gain \ ciw ,. FOR REFRIGERATOR HAND FREEZER OR AUTOMATIC
II cavalry on the Mexican border, before himself some advantage or avenge ,
he found his wings. some fancied wrong strikes us in 5
I !: Consolidated WNU Service.News Features. the back, even as he smilingly professes ,
to be a friend. Shall we be
Listening to Satan embittered in soul and give like ib IOE POW CDE

"If you stops to listen to Satan," for like? God forbid! Let us rather I I Ir
-i, said Uncle Eben, "you'll hear him say as Jesus did to Judas, "Friend,
( braggin' bout what fine company he wherefore art thou come?" (Matt STRAWBERRYVANILLACHOCOLATE LEMON'-'MAPLE.UNFLAVORED
i I has keot.: 26:50.)

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The Clewiston News The Thoughtless Road is a popular I I Cone, Governor of the State of Application for a new radio

route, Florida, realizing that most of the 1 If You're Planning To station to be located at Ocala, has

And most people start that way; accidents at play, ,at work and in Build been filed by John T. Aslop, Jr.,

Published every Friday In Clewiston. But it's steep down grade--if youdon't I traffic, occur in the month of June, former mayor of Jacksonville. The

Florida by the CLBWISTON: NEWS. look out- I do hereby proclaim the month of
Inc. By W. S. LowndesDirector would operate on 100 watts,
Will land you In Falsehood Bay. I June 'as Schools of Architecture and 1,500 kilocycles. Call letters for

SAFETY MONTHand Building the 'new station would probably be
International Correspondence School.ONE .
that each and
urge every person WOCA.
You glide through the valley oCI
I, exercise the greatest cautionin
Vicious Talk I of the most Important things
Entered as second class mall matter driving and walking, and par-
February 1, 1927, at_the Post Office in Turn into the Tunnel of Hate, officials keep In mind when you are Dates officially set for the Pan-
ticularly public the
Clewleton. Florida, under the Act of Then crossing the Add-to-Bridge, I urge planning to build is the arrange. American Hernando
Do Soto
March 2 1897. American the Jr. C. of C.
you walk Legion, ment of closet space. Closets are bration
the P.-T.A., and civic and sefety Indispensable and should ,be Installed and exposition in Tampaare
Right into the' city gate. organizations to co-operate in the wherever required as far as January 31 to February 18. The
Subscription Rate $2.00 Per Tear.
Advertising: Hates On Application. i movement to make June our safest the cost of the house warrants. In event commemorates the 400lh anniversary -

The principal street is called They : month and the beginning of our inexpensive houses, where space is of the landing of Her-
i necessarily scarce, closets are used naudo De Soto.A .
Say, I I safest year free from traffic ac
When each bedroom
sparingly. possible
Devoted to the advancement and welfare And I've Heard is the public cidents.,
of Clewiston and Hendry County. should have a large closet.

well I I further urge that City, County, These closets should, be providedwith modern complete lumber plant

And the breezes that blow from and State officials call on the peo- high shelves and with strips will be erected on a 29 acre tractat

THE FERTILE EVERGLADES !I I Falsehood Bay I ple of their respective communitiesand for hooks, and may be fitted with Bonifay by the Prime Lumber
Are laden with Don't *You ,Tell. any of the patented devices for
their and
I urge co-operation hanging clothing. The dobrs should Company. The mill will have a
Greater agricultural wealth for impress them the importance of from
upon open so as to admit direct daylight capacity 25,000 to 40,000
Florida Is predicted by R. G. Sker- : In the midst of the town is Tell- of this campaign for the preven- or lamplight. Also there should be'a feet daily. Dry kiln and planer

ritt, writing of new water control tale Park; tion of life and property.IN good-sized closet connected with mill will be operated in connection.The .

measures around Lake Okeechobeein You're never quite safe while WITNESS WHEREOF, the kitchen, one with the laundry,
and for coats, etc., In connectionwith
the latest issue of Scientific one
there, I have hereunto _set my
the hall. It is desirable to havea Stuart Daily News reports
American. Millions will be bene- For its owner Is Madam Suspicious hand and caused the
closet for linen, one for china and negotiations under for the
fited, he says, by larger crops of Remark, Great Seal of the State cedar closets for the storage of win- chase of the 10,000 way acre Brisbane pur

winter vegetables and fruits, new Who lives in the Street Don't (SEAL) of Florida to be affixedat ter clothing and, blankets. estate in Marin County.

defenses against floods, better Large
Care. Tallahassee, the Capi- *
Everglades operators, it states
drainage and navigation controlas tal, this 2nd day of June, If your house Is to have a cellar to
expected take over and developthe
a result of_ work being done Just back of the park is Slander- A. D., 1938. make It serve you well. The average property at an early date.

under the supervision of army engineers. er's Row; ATTEST Fred P. ConeR. cellar is a sort of catch-all, and is ,
apt to contain a miscellaneous coN
there that Good Name A. Gray Governor.
'Twas i
lection of objects, many of whichare fTo popularize Florida
The Everglades, the writer points died.Pierced Secretary of State. useless. A modern cellar shouldbe waterwaysand r
I encourage their greater use by
out, contain some of the richest by the shaft from Jeal- i properly designed for certain
pleasure craft, the Florida Waterways
soil in the world, but inadequate ousy's bow, I VACANCIES TO BE FILLEDIN functions. The heating apparatus, -

drainage has thus far preventedits In the hands of Envious Pride. U. S. MARINE CORPS of course Is a 'prime necessity and Congress will stage a seriesof

potentialities from being real- .... I should be thoughtfully located. The Orange Box Regattas for boys
-- : laundry Is frequently located in the and girls who build and sail official

ized. Under proper conditions, From Gossip Town, peace long During the months of, June, July cellar and should be closed off so as sailboats, constructed at a total

climate and sunshine speed up ger- since fled, and August many vacancies will be I to be free from dust. By partitionIng cost of not to exceed $27.00.

mination and induce unusually But trouble and grief and woe, filled in the United States Marine off the'cellar with tight, dust-

rapid growth. Palm nuts, which And Sorrow and Care, you'll meet Corps, announced Captain A. C. I proof partitions a large'game room

ordinarily require from two to instead, Small, district recruiting officer at can sometimes be be located there. ....
Such a room may used as a play
three months before sprouting, If you ever chance to go. Savannah, Georgia. room for the children. Closets for .

will, in the Everglades, send their Young men between the ages of storage purposes also may be built Jftlaml

shoots above ground in two weeks. But it is not healthy in Gossip 18 and 25, ranging in height from into any well planned,cellar. FLORIDA

Beans and peanuts will break Town, 64 to 74 inches, single, white, ... -
two ------- Im
through the surface within And I will not follow you there; without dependents, eighth grade or

days after their seeds are planted; I would rather live in Thanks- above in education and of good SUMMER SCHOOL IS c-

cotton will ripen its bolls two giving Street, character will be considered for NOW UNDERWAY HERE If] QiJJiJ 1A

months sooner than elsewhere in In the house that is called All enlistment in the Marine Corps. (! P

the United States. Prayer. Entrance examinations in this Prof. B. E. Herringand Mrs. G. ( 11 gJ1iI ;

The possibilities of Florida have -Mrs. Adolph Rink in district are held at the Marine B. (Thomas have opened their sum- A

only begun to be realized. Floridais Federal Employees In- Corps, Recruiting Station, Post Of- mer school here to run for six riI

one state which has not yet seen surance News. fice Building, Savannah, Georgia. weeks. Classes are being held in

its best days. And that makes it I Applicants who are unable to applyin the mornings and about ten pupils

a good place to live in.-St. Peters- HIGHWAY NOTES person will be furnished appli- have so far been enrolled. I I r [(1!

burg Independent. cation blanks and full information The purpose of the school, Mr.
I Tallahassee, June 9,-Preparations Qj1f
upon request. All applications are Herring explains, is to allow stud- &l
for the gigantic, celebrationto
given prompt attention. ents to take up incomplete work or '
r---' I be held in connection with the f*l i GilStop i
repeat work. Under no circum-
(Tampa Times) I formal opening of Florida's new
stances will any be allowed to take
stead- Too Late- Cont'd=
Overseas Highway, are being
One of the oldest and largest advance work in order that they 1
ily pushed toward completion, with
department stores in New York I may skip a grade during the regu-

has just given publicity to the the promised attendance of a large (Continued from page 1) lar term of school.GUTHRIES .
number of international, national j
following statement: ways that stretch straight as a
and and a host
"It is a gloomy moment in his- state dignitaries string through mile atfer mile of BUILDING HOMEMr.
of people from all sections of the :
tory. Not for many' yearsnotin fertile farm land and prairie at trfEot1tVa1tieAAI.
country planning to spend "
the lifetime of most men who country. I
and Mrs. Harvey Guthrie
week-end holiday in Key West on ,
There is fascination that attends
read this-has there been so much a -
2-4 for this occasion. have begun construction of a new
grave and deep apprehension; of the Overseas the drop from the lower home located on the front of the

never has the future seemed so Highway The building, linking Key West with ridge section! into the upper 'glades lot upon which their garage apartment 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll ;

incalculable as at" this time. In and the scene changes from rolling is now located.
the Florida mainland by the pleans'of
our own country there is universal pine ami grove-clad hills to grass With
this road whatis The home will be of frame construction Outside Rooms
commercial prostration and panic unique opens up covered prairie, set off with cypress /'
called the last frontier: to the I I with wooden shingles on Private Hath
strands and pierced by lazy waterways I
and thousands of our poorest fel
The numerous the outside and plywood panellingon
public. highway crosses !
low-citizens are turned out, againstthe that teem with busy fish and contain
little coral keys on its 100- i' the inside. It will a COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
harbor tropical water fowl awk-
approaching winter without ::
mile journey out to sea. These large living room, dining room,
employment and without the pros- wardly flapping themselves inlandat Overlooking Biscayne Bay
.keys are now sparsely settled, there two bedrooms, kitchen and bath

pect of it. less than 50 in habi- your approach. and a large screened porch.
being probably Drainage and flood control has Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and
"In France the political cauldron tants on this stretch, ,but the opening section of this George Prevatt, Mrs. Guthrie's Business Section.
opened a large
seethes and bubbles with uncertain of the highway has broughtan father is supervising the construc-
to cultivation and today thou-
ly; "Russia hangs, as usual, like a increased demand for building tion of the dwelling.
sands of acres, richer than the RATES
cloud, dark and silent, upon the .
sites on the keys.In -- -- - - --- ------------------
valley of the Nile, annually contribute -
horizon of Europe; while all the addition to the tropical cli-
to the nation's food supply. did section. $1.50 Single
energies, resources and influences I mate the keys enjoy, they are rich I '
Termed the nation's "Sugar The lake region and 'glades area
of the British Empire are sorely in and Hundredsof
I romance history. Bowl," the possibilities in the direction is a' prosperous and promising sec- $2.50 Double
tried, and are yet to be tried more bayous and creeks along
tiny of sugar production in the tion that has much to offer the
sorely, in coping with the vast the keys have sufficient depth of
'glades has hardly been scratched, homeseeker and investor alike.
and deadly disturbed relations in water to accomodate small craft Special Family, Weekly &
and continued development this Every Floridan should visit this

China. These creeks were the hideouts of direction awaits on'ly'the liftingof part of the state and tourists who Monthly RatesS.
"It is a solemn moment and buccaneers Captain
roman such famous as.
sugar quotas that will permit the would really know Florida will finda
can feel an indifference- Kidd, Black Ceasar and others. In D. McCREARY, Proprietor
planting of vast, ,areas suitable for few days spent_ here a thrillingand
which, happily, no man pretendsto 1822 Commodore Porter' was sent '
cane production.All enjoyable experience.
feel-in the issue of events. I by the U. S. Navy to suppress the Florida, may point with prideto /

"Of our own troubles (in the I pirates, He built the naval baseKey
what has been accomplished by
U.. S. A.) no man can see the end. at West and succeeded in
I I the United States Sugar Corporation -
They are fortunately yet'mainly out in this
as wiping piracy quarter in the development of a great \\iOM
commercial and if only to of the
; we are globe.
industry here and if you
lose money, and by painful povertyto
experience a real thrill you should
be taught 'wisdom-the wisdomof .
PROCLAMATION plan your visit to Clewiston so as -
honor, of faith of
to arrive during the cane harvesting
of charity-no seri- UIU
man need wel-
season. Visitors are always
ously to despair. And yet the hasteto WHEREAS, there has been 740 come at the mill and sugar house I \

be rich, which is the occasionof people killed in Florida in 1937 and the trip Is very much worth- "5"l

this widespread* calamity has due to traffic accidents and there while. ,

also tended to destroy' the moral I were over 24,000 accidents in The city of Clewiston is beauti-

forces with which we. are to resist j which nioro than 6,000 person?I II fully laid out with modern homes
and subdue the )
calamity. were injured, JUan of them per I and well kept grounds. The whole ,

,Sounds, pretty' 'bad, doesn't it? I manently, a large number of which community has a prosperous and -
But wait. It was first publishedIn -
were children, and progressive appearance. Those em-

Harper's Weekly on October 10. WHEREAS, the schools and colleges ployed in the, sugar operations are 9j4deoeweaName
1857, and referred to I
conditions of Florida will close during all well housed and well cared- for .

prevailing' 80 years ago' not the the month of June and more than and seem well satisfied. I found

present. 400,000 children, boys and girls' this spirit existed among the colored Bachelors, may choose to exist in

young men and young women, wil1 workers as well as the white. houses but
GOSSIP and rented
TOWN be having a holiday from thei Citizens are particularly proud of apartments

school and college' life, not think their town and the industry anti olRECT YOUR FAMILY deserves the hap-
Have you ever heard of
Gossip Ing about accidents, and have just cause to be. life that real home '
Town aE0UCTiON pier and richer : a
I WHEREAS, the" Florida Safet- "With the reopening of road 25 Loan

On the shore of Falsehood Bay, Council, in co-operation with th from 20-Mile-Bend to Belle Glade, Nome plan of your own will provide. Our safe
Where dId Dame
Rumor; with Commissioner of Apiulture.: tin the of 26 ,
rustling and opening road giving sssM and economical home financing plan
gown American Legion, the P.-T.A., th' the lower east coast direct accessto ,,,p fC

Is going the livelong day? Jr. C. of C., and all civic clubs, arp the Everglades, the travel can help you own YOUR ,HOME.Clewiston .
carrying on a state-wide accident through the lake' region should be

It- isn't far to Gossip Town, prevention program w 1i"'h wi'l cn,' substantially increased, and the

For people who want to go; minate with a stat -w'd con- new Inviting Clewiston Inn should Federal vings

The Idleness Train will take you I ence to be held in Orlando, June cause many travelers to linger fora I ,
down l
..23rd ''and 24th, 1938. few days fishing or for a 'better and: Loan
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y' ,+, Miss Mabel PadgettThe _.= WITH THE I n Tampa SundayA

:1 i: PERSONAL and SOCIETY :is:: of Miss Mabel Pad I ChurchesIIIII16IiIV m

+ gett, daughter of Mrs. Charles wedding of more than usual

y y y Moran of Pahokee to James Wilson, I : L.D rnim I mllillm I I.i UI m I::.III@LI!milrni uLI Ij[I llrnrnlim J. d' interest was that of Miss Ulla

.;..;...;..;+:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:.v.:. of Clewiston, at the Methodist COMMUNITY: CHURCH NOTES Jacobsen, of daughter of P. M. Jacobsen '
Church in Pahokee and the late Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn and Mrs. F. Deane Duff and Mrs. F. last Friday Nelsine Jacobsen,' and Jones
night was a social event of the .
sons visited Fort, Myers: Saturday M. Wright spent several days this The Presbyterian Young Peoples' son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Bryan,
afternoon. week with Mrs. Duff's mother, Conference, which meets annually, of Brandon. The

Mrs. F. E. Bryant in Palm Beach. Rev. Fred L. Martin, jr, read will be held this year in the Indi- formed Sunday ceremony morning at was eight per-

Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Pattersonand the ring ceremony. The bride worea ana ,River hotel in Rockledge, Flor- o'clock in the Zion Lutheran churchin

sons were business visitorsin Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Tomlinsonand green and white crepe ensemble ida, June 20-27. Those from the Tampa with the pastor, Rev. P.
with accessories and
matching was
West Palm Beach Wednesday.Mr. daughter, Bonneviere, of Clewiston Community church who G. Deckle officiating. Only membersof

Miami Beach, 'were guests of Mrs. given in marriage by her step- expect to attend are, Lee Pridgen, the families of the couple attended -

father, Charles Moran. Her only Robert Spicer, Betty Bailey, Maxine -
W. B. Cate ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sawyer and >
attendant was her sister, Miss Alice Doty Florence Graham, and
Marjorie were Fort Myers shopperson Padgett. Frank O. Hobson was Francis Wright. Those who expectto The 'bride was unattended and

Saturday afternoon.Dr. Misses Florinne Moore and 'best 'man, and Dan Padgett, brotherof go from Lake Harbor are, Mary wore a shell pink'' alpaca crepe

Pearl Brantley left Sunday for the bride, and Colquitt Davis Merriam, Catherine McKay, Floy dress with long matching cape,

and Mrs. O. F. Schiffli and Miami where they will attend busi- were ushers. Prevatt, Polly Grant, Edna Henderson ; white hatand accessories and a

children spent several days in ness, school. Prior to the ceremony Miss and Muriel Merriam. For a corsage of white rosebuds.A .

Palm Beach and Miami this week. Gloria John Dulany played pre- number of these young people it program of nuptial music

Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, and nuptial music. Mrs. Duncan Pad- will be their first conference, for was given by Mrs. Anna Lynch,

Mrs. Ora Wj. Powell, of Pahokee, sons and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Sr., gett and Mrs. Dan Carpenter sang. some it 'will be the second ;year, vocalist, who sang "Oh Promise

was a business visitor in Clewiston i are leaving Saturday for a two Mrs. Wilson/ daughter of Mrs. and for Miss ,Mary Merriam it will Me" and "I Love You Truly" ac-

Thursday morning.Mrs. week's vacation in North Carolina. Charles 'Moran, has resided in Pa- be the third year and she will receive companied by Miss Eleanor Hart-

hokee since childhood. She' was a diploma. man, organist. _

A. O. Ward has returned Miss Betty Spicer' left Thursday ; graduated this year from Pahokea #. Mr. Jacobsen entertained the

from a week in Pahokee 'where she from West Palm Beach for a sor- high school. Mr. Wilson, formerlyof wedding party with a breakfast at

has been under medical care. ority house party at Daytona Tennessee, is employed in the Sunday, June 19, services will the Cricket club tea room in

'.. Beach for a few days before enter- accounting department of the United be held in the Community churchin Tampa following the ceremony.

) Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Guthrie ing summer school at Tallahassee.Mrs. States Sugar Corporation. ,Aftera Clewiston at eleven o'clock. On Both Mr. and Mrs. Bryan are
this date, there will be a special
short to -West and the
and daughter, Heather, spent Sunday trip well-known residents of Clewiston.Mrs. .
East Coast they will make their program in recognition of the
in Fort Myers. S. C. Stalls and daughters, Bryan came here about ten
home in Clewiston. young people who will go to their
Jean, Betty and Peggy, and Mrs. conference on the following day. years ago and has been employedin

Miss Marjorie Harris of Belle W. C. Nall and children, of Moore ,And until further notice services the dry goods department of the
Glade visited friends in Clewistor Haven in Clewiston Clewiston Supply Company duringthe
were Friday will be held each Sunday morningat
Tuesday.Mr. xfternoon. greater part of that time. Her
The June meeting of the Ladies eleven. This change is an experiment -
charming has endearedher
and is made in
Z. G. Meredith and Mrs. J Aid of the, Community church was responseto to all who know her and she
Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Calvo, of a popular request for a morning -
F. Tippey were business visitor, held at the church on Thursdayof is known by almost everyone. Mr.
Miami, were week-end guests ,of last week. A covered dish instead of an evening "service
in LaBelle Monday afternoon. has been associated with the
fir and Mrs. R. ,C. Wilson. The at o'clock of worship. Those who attend this Bryan
luncheon was served one !
United States Engineers here
group spent Sunday at Fort Myers the business church are requested to keep in
with meetingfollowing.The
Bert Owens returned recentlj several years and has also madea
Beach.; mind this change of time.
from Washington, D. C. where he meeting was the eleventh an- host of friends in Clewiston.The .

visited his, family. niversary of the organization ,of the '* *
Mr. and Mrs. Don Young, Mrs. young couple are taking a
Aid 'in Clewiston. The menu was
Services will be held in the Com-
,Emma Ezelle, Miss Caroline Cor- short wedding trip and, will returnto
Miss Mabel Hampton of LaBelle attractively arranged by the com- munity church next Sunday eveningat ,
I bett, Woody and Joe Peeples, Jr,, Clewiston about June 20 and
mittee in charge and, included meat
is visiting her' sister Mrs. Neal seven forty-five. There will bea
will be at home in of the
enjoyed a steak roast at F Fisheating one
Williamson this week. loaves, salads, fresh vegetables, ice program of music by the choir
Creek Thursday evening.Mr. Oglesby, apartments.?
cream and cake. As special guestsof and the minister will speak on the

Mrs.: J., W. McClue of Mobile, the society were a group of subject, "Adventuring In Christianity. -

: Ala., was the guest of Mr. and and Mrs W. M. Bradnack ladies from the Lake Harbor Church ." The public is'very cordially R. X. SMITH ELECTED
visited friends in Tampa over the
Mrs. Caravan Nelson recently.Mr. Society. invited to worship in the Com- SUNDAY SCHOOL SUPT.R. .
Mr. and' Mrs. R. L.
Mesdames A. D. Brewer, A. munity church.LET'S.

and Mrs. Van Cothern and Howard returned with them for a R. Broadfoot, W. B. Cate, E. N. Smith has recently been

' \ young son left this week- to make short visit. M. Cornette, J. H. Doty, Harvey elected to the superintendency of

their home in LaBelle. Guthrie, H. R. Hall, B. E. Herring, EAT the Sunday School of the Com-

Mrs. Charles Vv'. Fuller left recently M. J. Hirsh, R. Y. Patterson, I. munity church. Dr. J. Wi Ezelle

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cothern and for ,Atlanta, Ga., to ,visit M. Pafford, Joseph Robbins, R. N. Statistics show that lamb is be- has been superintendent for a num-
her daughter, Mrs. Frank E. Vel- Smith Forrest ber of but resigned at the
daughters have moved to LaBelleto Taylor, C. Nelson, coming more and more popular as years
tre. Mrs. Fuller expects to, be, :I James Willard close of the last year saying he
resi a dinner meat, and at this timeof
, --.-- away about three months. O. A. Jones, H. C. Jones, R. H. felt that it would be better for
.. the, year is less expensive thanin
; Mrs. F. M.'' Rodriguez and Shir- -- Knight, I. D. Leydig, W. H. Lanier, early spring. Leg of lamb I the school. to have a' change' of

,.-.,. ,; ley Ruth have returned from a visit Mrs.: I. M. Pafford, Mrs. Leslie E. C. Mills, J. G. Niblack, W. W. ,,officers.
costs no more now in most markets
H. Lanier Mrs.
Miller Mrs. W.
Perry and C. M. Jarvis,
in Gretna, La. were
than fancy pork chops. It is
Tom Shelley and Mrs. C. B. among those present.

" .. Mrs Thomas were guests of Mrs. Keath- highly nutricious and more easily NORGE REFRIGERATORS
: Mr. and F. of
than Mint
digested pork. sauceis
l Bowden Wednesday at Fort
ey Furniture and Home fc-nrnishinga
" ) Canal Point, were visitors here Myers Beach.A LaBelle NewsMiss associated with lamb, but .fresh

for the opening of the Inn. mint is not always obtainable anda PHILCO RADIOS:

: 1 dancing party at Pahokee'Mon- great many object to the arti-
r Mr. and Mrs. Dean Edith Nell Cornette of
King are Household FurnishingsInc.
evening included Miss Jack ficial flavor of prepared bottled
: : spending this week in Key''Vest day Clewiston spent last week in La-
' Gates Miss Eunice Meredith Bob sauce.
! T on vacation. Belle as the guest of Miss Lorraine .

?:' r Ketner,. Sidney Hoover, Mr. and Taylor.Mr. Roast Los of Lamb BELLE GLADE FLORIDA.J. .

' ::< ..'; Mrs. Werner Amrien and Miss Mrs. Werner Amrien7"Mr. and Mrs.Z. and Mrs. LeRoy Roberts and 2 teaspoons sugar
G. Meredith. 1-6 Ib lamb ,
,: Jack' Gates of Jacksonville are children of Piedmont, Ala., arrived

(J':-" spending several days this weeks For Monday for a visit with Mrs., C. E.I half teaspoon black pepper
i'; ,:. with Mr. Amrien. The Rev. et C. Taylor of Harris. one-fourth teaspoon cayenne S. CAMPBELL

, :- the Community'church in I
was saltonefourth
t :' teaspoon
C. E. Harris left Sunday morning !
Moore 'Haven Monday to attend Jeweler & WatchmakerAll
if.. Mr.: and Mrs. Stafford Beach of for Atlanta, Ga., where his work cup vinegar
the luncheon 'of the Everglades '
tT> Palm Beach were the guests of Mr; has taken him. Mrs. Harris and tablespoon flour
; Ministerial Association which meets 2 mustard Kinds of Jewelry Repairs
L: and Mrs. F. DeaneDuff Thursday ther children will join him later. tablespoons prepared

1'a<: ':, and Friday. the first Monday in each month. Mr. and Mrs. Frank O'Bannonand tablespoon ,Worcestershire Optical RepairsAT

No more ,meetings will be held 2 thin slices lemon
::, : Pat O'Bannon
left Saturdayfor BARBER SHOP
until October.. CHRISTIAN'S
i,:}::;..-' Fred Flanders, John Dowd and Wimauma to attend Church of tablespoon ketchup

"",:.' ,'" Roger Reeks, enjoyed a tennis God camp meeting.Mrs. Have most ,of the fat removed .
r.: ;'. game and swim in Clewiston Fri- DUFFS'ENTEH.TAIN G. R. Taylor and daughtershave from the lamb; and have it other- j. m. COUSECounselor

: day afternoon. returned from ,a five weeks' wise prepared for, baking at the

t ,', : Mrs. F. Deane Duff entertained visit in. St. Augustine with her meat maket. Wash, dry, then rub and Attorney at Law

Mr. and Mrs. F. Edward Bryant it dinner on Thursday' evening the mother, Mrs. Rofena. Sims. entire surface with flour, salt and Hopkins Building

",,'," -, of Palm Beach 'and Canal Point following guests Mrs. 1'<'. Edward Sherman Luckey, Merville Man- peppers Place in roasting pan. Wednesdays and Saturdays

. ii--. : were week-end guests of Mr. and Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. Stafford ley, Joe Risley Francis Hall and Cover with paste made of the mustard 0:30 to 4:00AGENT
: Mrs. F. Deane Beach, Mrs. F. C. Clarke Mrs. W. 'I
: Duff. Winston Rider made "a trip Wed- 1 teaspoon flour and 2 tea-
--.- P. Jernigan, Mrs. Wi. C. Owen, Add to the
nesday to Fort Myers Beach. spoons vinegar. pan ...
,r t" "/: Mrs. Catherine M. Jarvis left Mrs. O. F.; Schiffli, Mrs. R. Y. Pat- Mr. and Mrs. Mark Poole and 2 cups boiling water, vinegar, ketchup -

Monday for Atlantic N. J. for terson, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs.
- ... City, daughter Jean motored Saturday to lemon and worcestershire.. Bake L. B. Mershon
months vacation and WJ. C. Mrs. M. M. Prewitt
r\ a. business Prewitt Fort Myers where Jean received without cover in moderate oven

i '', ',".. trip. Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mia. medical treatment.Mrs. until well done and browned, ,bast- New York Life.
r.,. -: :,. B. A. Bourne, Mrs. M. E. VonMach, .
. ..:;? Jimmy Home- has returnedto ing about every 15 minutes. Insurance Company
. ., Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharn Mrs. S. M. Crochet, Mrs. B. P. Luce, her home in Eastero after a Add more boiling water to drip-

jJ<, berg left Friday for a vacation Mrs. M. W' Bigg, Mrs.: E. L. Stew- if needed and after meat is ARCADIA, FLORIDA ,-
LaBelle with ,
;-.1 ..; visit, in her mother, pings
with relatives in Boston and New art. Cards were enjoyed duringthe Mrs. Fred Crawford.Mr. done thicken with flour and waterstirred' ---
York: evening.
, and Mrs. Roscoe N. Miller smooth to make gravy.

and sons, Roger and Nigel spent Snucc for Lamb
,.'" -
f Mrs. F. E. Chalker returned to MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED
Thursday afternoon at Fort Myers 1 glass grape jelly .
i.- '' her
; home in Tampa Saturday aflera urm aIW.f I
-. a visit with her daughter, :Mrs out Beach. s 2 egg yolks Tn1A
Cards are this week with
The Rev and Mrs. H. W Tyler pinch salt 1 ,
:' C. D. Beatty, and family. s ur ro
; ,'I announcement by the Rev. ,and left Wednesday morning to attend dash black pepper
;, Mrs. Forest C. Taylor of the mar- Methodist conference which will be
':- .- Miss ,Hazel Evans, of Okeechobee, 2 tablespoons vinegar
riage of their sister, Miss Sylvia held
year at, Southern college.Mr. .
!_!: is spending this week with her 2 teaspoons ,
Anne Grove and Mr. David W. I
' .
and Mrs. Rimes
,,\,:;:, sister Mis. L. M. Durrance, and 2 tablespoons prepared mustard
Young, both of Frankfort,' Indiana. :
, : announce the birth June 1 of, a dash celery salt THE SAFETY "
Mr. Durrance. OF
Miss Grove was connected with one ,
daughter at their home in LaBelle.
, Cook in top ,of double boiler
of the banking institutions in SAVINGS
" She has been named June. thick.
until smooth
Miss Charlotte Walston and stirring '
son Frankfort for a number of '
years. Mr. and Mrs. W. I
Harry Phillip Share
Herbert, of Okeechobee were house Serve cold.Florida ACCOUNTS
Mr. Young is one of the best known of Fort Myers visited Tuesday after- )
guests of Mrs. L. A. Turner several farmers in Indiana as well as be- well all liberal profits
:.t noon in LaBelle with Mr. and Mrs.J. as as
days this week. ing identified with various other M. Wialker. growers shipped 1652
earned by them are fully
activities in his community. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Gillis and carloads of watermelons this year ,

Mrs. M. H. Crough, Mrs. R. 1\1. and Mrs. Young were married in children of Waycross arrived Sat- compared t6 ,488 carloads a year ..INSUP1ED"UP *

Hare, Jr., and 111"n.: J. Lee were the Presbyterian Manse in Lake urday for ago, according to the Federal State -
a visit with their son- TO JIOOO FOf. EACH ACCOUNT
West Palm Beach visitors Monday Worth while Mr. and Mrs. Taylor in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Market News figures representing

afternoon. were still living there but the,}' Clera A. Davis. shipment to June 1.
Clewiston Federal l lSav'ings
chose to keep their marriage a Mr. and Mrs. Allen Cook announce '
Mr. apd Mrs. T M. Prevatt and secret until the '
present time.
'ih9. birth. Monday, May 30, FOR RENT-Furnished upstairs
J: daughter, Beverly Joan, of Now and Mi's' ; Young' ar expected in at and Loan
4.. a son at their home in north bedroom suitable for one or two
York City, are tho guests this week OlQWlij16i1 us ( : .
a part l
> a delayed
LaBelle. He has been named Nor- :Phone 376 or call at

?f Mr Ah t1 !UI a rE' 'JUVIUI hOll' IllQO1!.. In t.. bg). < '&" .;tr.: tutu 1. ,'!'!, I..'tn_ .. 1t1)1" .'.. .l 1.> : V '1iNfr i '; \Ytt1t9t1464t, .A6- {(.)6ifftign.:. .



One of Those,"No-Alls"

Judge-Can you give evidenceto
the contrary?
Woman Witness Certainly.
What has the previous witness

v ,. "
'"X: : :A': "
Fair Warning
CHAPTER XI-Continued miserable anyhow, and Mis' Mason gestion that there was a vast I one place I haven't been, my dear, "Martha," said her mistress, "1
-15- never forgets to ask after my sick amount of interesting material on I and I'm crazy to see it. There'sour want you to polish that table untilI

Nora laughed; and Jim Perkins, boy"-going to that desk Nora constructed their own West. Don planned a se- theater ahead now. Looks cheapall can see my face in it."
ries of articles called "Seeing right. I bet the snow's packed
finding his voice at last, exploded: the postal card that was But Martha had already given
America First," submitted the idea, solid behind that false front roof.There's .
"Well, I'll tell the world you can to play an important part in her notice. "If I was you, ma'am,"
and waited impatiently 'for the ver weight to this snow, Nora.I .
play, Mis' Mason! I never heard life some three years later. Glanc- she replied, wouldn't look."
nothin' like it except over the radio; ing over her shoulder as she fin- dict.Not 'hope-
knowing that the great man 'What Don hoped was lost in a
that bit
and if you ask me, you've got ished it, Don smiled a sadlyat
feller named Hoffmann beat to a what he feared was merely an- was away on a vacation, the letter gust of wind that fairly blew them. STILL AHEAD
frazzle!" other disappointment.It seemed long in coming; but it into the lobby of the theater.
brought good news. The editor con- "Perhaps we'd better go' right
Leonora arose from the packingbox was, he observed, a fantastic
to acknowledge his honest trib- postal. First came the verse from sidered this plan "most interest- back" gasped Nora. "The wind is r

ute with a curtsey; while Don sug which the old notary had quotedthe ing," and requested that Don stop certainly getting worse. Itwouldn't,
gested: "Give them some more, day they signed the deeds. Be- off in Chicago 'on the way West to surprise me if it stormed again."
Nora, before they leave" and for low this Nora had written her ad- consult a personal friend of his who "Me, either; but you're completely -

twenty minutes Nora played to as dress, followed by: "If taxi is unavailable had been over the ground recentlyand out of breath, dear. Let's get
appreciative an audience as any take trolley car to end of might give him some valuable inside and rest for a few minutes.
artist could desire. Indeed, the line and proceed as follows," after data And would he plan so It'll be easier going home with the
Portland men would accept only the f which was a tiny map drawn in that the first article could be run in wind at our backs, you know. We ; zj
minutest payment for their serv- red ink. February? can sit in the last'row, Nora, and

ices. She said, turning to look up at, Nora wept with relief when she slip out any time we're bored. You '
"It wa'n't nothin'," declared the Don: "That verse about the shin- heard the news-Nora, who so sel- I need to rest after that fight with "That's all very well," shouted -

older man as they arose to go. ing palace is an invitation, and if it dom gave way to tears. the elements." the! husband, "but do you realize _
"Nothin' at all; and the music was arrives when Dad's in a relenting "I've been dreading so awfully to This was sane logic, so they went mat you spend more than I earn?"

pay enough anyhow. Wasn't it, mood, he may accept it." start out again," she told him, "but inside. "Yes," replied the wife coldly, I
Joe?" Don said nothing. It sometimes this, is different. 'If, as you ,say, "Looks as if all the kiddies of the "but you know perfectly well that \

"Joe" still dazed assented witha troubled him that in all these years neighborhood had come in out of the you get three times as much as you,
mute nod. They departed munch- Nora had never lost hold of the con- storm," Don whispered as their earn."

ing Nora's molasses cookies, and, viction that her father would reacha eyes ,grew accustomed to the dim-
Don told her (when Tom Littlefield moment of surrender. Person- ness. "Why didn't we think to bring Dashing His Hopes
had returned to the box stall whichhe ally, Don didn't believe it, not after the boys? "Cloudy day, sir," said the
was converting into the north end the old man's silence when in- ,Nora smiled. Don always regret- porter with "tip" written all over
of a "banquet hall"), with "their I formed of the arrival of his'name- ted his sons' absence 'when other his face.
souls refreshed." I children were in evidence. She said, I "Yes the uandthere's
sake, James Lambert Mason. It was reply,
,And next morning, as if Fate were I was hard for Don to forgive that softly: "They're better off where no change coming, either."
really trying to make up for past silence when he recalled how" spent they are. There's such a crowd,

unkindnesses, Don received a note with the hours of fear and anguish, I and the" air is terrible. Why!-Why "Is that you, Mother?" asked the

from the editor of an American Nora had looked up at him from yl.fS.frrw. 1,.,. what- excited new father over the
to whom he had sent one Her voice rose a little. Her head
; her narrow berth on that storm- 't l phone. "Oh! Mother! Mother!
of his "Letters from Cape Town. Li. rl h lifted Later Nora was to remem- -
tossed ship, to say: "If if it's onlya -it's-it's-a-a-baby!
The article, it seemed, had filled a boy, dear, so we can name him ber that she had thought herself ill ,
long-felt want. Check for American for Father, I"sha'n't mind-any- because the whole building seemedto Forgotten PlaceA

magazine rights was "herewith en- thing. It-it will bring, us together. tremble and the roof looked as commercial traveler began to
closed," and they would be glad to ." if it were crumbling up, slowly. turn the room upside down.

run the entire series duringthe Well, mused Don, turning away The most curious sensation, a sort "What have you lost, dear?"
coming year. from his wife's it of chill, ran over her-all in a sec-
eyes, was a boy, asked his wife."I've .
The check, compared with those and it had not brought them one ond, of course, for Don was alreadyon taken an order today, ''and
received from England for the same inch than his feet, holding her, wrist in a '
nearer.! Jimsy was more I've mislaid the address of my ,
material, was almost dazzling; and three years old, and his grandfatherhad grip that tortured. Just as they firm."
they both appeared to go a little not expressed the slightest in- 'reached the lobby the crash came.

mad. Nora rushed to the piano, terest in his existence. It wasn'tin And then .a cry went up behind Cause for Complaint

while Don, to the exceeding joy of Don to comprehend how anyone them-a cry that was to ring in "Those garage people certainlyruin

his small sons, proceeded to dance could be so stubbornly resentfulso ,Nora's ears for months. It sounded a car" "

the HighlandFling.. unkind. Impatient at the situa- she thought, like an awful and "What's the trouble?"
When the music ceased and he terrifying wave of protest from a
tion he once said as much, and "Why, my car used to do sev-
dropped breathless into the red lac- Nora answered:, single ,throat enty miles an hour. Then I let
chair Tom Littlefield who had They were in the street Already -
quer ,
"It's not just that, Don. You see, them put in a new speedometer,
arrived during the commotion, in- he loved mother above a throng of morbid onlookershad
my anythingon and now I can get only fiftyeightout
quired if he should call the doctor, earth, yet she hurt him unspeak- gathered People, ,(Oh, of her."

"or are you comin' out o' that con- ably. And, though it wasn't my "There's our theater" fortunate people!) were pouring out .,.. \
niption fit all right alone?" fault, perhaps, I hurt him, too. I ahead now." of the doomed theater Policemen "
'In answer Don tossed him the in- think he doesn't dare let me get dozens of them, it seemedto DR1 KT1RE
credible check. we can stay at San Diego until after Nora, sprang up like magic .
"That's yours; Mr. Littlefield. You near him? any He's more.afraid Don't of being you hurt understand New Year's, everything will be Firemen were there, trying to rope ? -

can blame that innocent strip of easy. I can settle you somewhere, off space pushing them back.
paper for this vaudeville act of mine again. and then go to a hospital for the It was then that Don, who had I
So she mailed her postal, hopedfor t 1
which wa's put on merely to cele- time and then decided that event. And next spring we can been stunned into a horrified silence -
a come home for a long summer. roused himself with a convul- BOYS fl AVIATION CAPS .
brate the fact that, for the time be- the hour of relenting had not come. f
ing, anyhow, the dark cloud of financial But despite this disappointment Don't mind my crying, Don. It- sive shudder. He turned to Nora- GIRLS ASK YOUR GROCER
worry has vanished from the that it's only the heavenly relief." looked down into her upturned face
Nora happy summer.
was very "You dear nomad!" said into it curiously that
-stared so
horizon. We're sane again now, and Don was always glad to remem- poor The Tell-All
I'll get back to the shingling if ber how happy she had been. As Don tenderly. And then added: "If ,she grasped his arm, crying: The secret of being tiresome is
that's what you want." all goes well, darling, we'll install a "Oh, thank God we are safe, Don! in telling everything. Voltaire.
the months passed, her new home furnace here next summer so we And still he looked at her .
, Not until the last possible mo-
became almost as perfect as she late want to in ambulance sounded .
ment did they leave the place. Never can stay as as you An gong
dreamed it could be; and even Tom the FOR CUTS
the fall. Somewhere beyond rope a woman -
such had regret.they The left weather any place had been with Littlefield admitted that the "ball "I believe," smiled Nora, wink- screamed A man pushed M

almost miraculously perfect for that room" was not too big. ing away the last of her foolish by them, wild-eyed, dishevelled .

time of year, a fall long remem- "And it's cozy, isn't it? prod- tears, "I believe you've discov- Above the tumult a child's terrified SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
ded Leonora, determined to make home "Mother! Where'smy
bered by the natives. Tom Little- ered the advantages of a voice cried out:
field of minute directions the old carpenter give in. yourself, Don!" mother?" .
possessed Active Life
"0 it's enough, he as- with
cozy Don said still staring down
from Leonora, planned to go on i It is better to wear out than
"but I
sented, albeit grudgingly; "But I
CHAPTER XII that extraordinary gravity:
with the work when other jobs
were rust out.
, still think, if you was to ask me, must go back, Nora. Those children

scarce. Mis' Mason, that it's all out o' pro- They reached Chicago on a bleak They might be ours I've
"It'll be a real life-saver to me',
Mis' Mason," he assured her. portion to the size'o' the kitchen." November morning. Wind was blow- I got to help You must go home ri.Fi;

"There ain't' much doin' here come "But we' don't live in the kitchen ing across Lake Michigan in wintry now, darling. Go home to the little O

wintertime, and I get restless. I'll ," Nora retorted. gusts, and the weather man predicted boys. They need you Don't you V 1 BLACK LEAF 40"
"And I ain't ever heard o' blizzardout have to help?"
any- snow. It came, a see that-that I got from
be more'n glad to keep an eye on Keeps Dogs Away
livin' in ball room, either, north. For two they could one word,
the place and do a day's wcrk nowand body a of the days Before ,she say Get EvergreensShrubsetc.from .
then; and when you come back snapped the old man. were storm-bound in a boarding he stooped-kissed her-was 'gone, J193Us IWTeaspoonful
next spring things'll be shipshape.I He was a frequent caller, as was house run by an old nurse of Con- eluding the quick grasp of a fire- Dealer per Gallon of Spray.
the notary at the Port. The latter stance Venable's-one of 'the many man-unheeding the shout of protest kry
declare, I-I'm downright to
see go. had a standing invitation to Sunday whom Carl's unfailing generosityhad from another.. Those feet, those
you dinner which was quite as likelyto which had borne Donso
helped.On buoyant
"And I'd give almost anything to SMALL SIZE LARGE SIZE
stay, Mr. Littlefield," Nora con- be served on the beach as in the third afternoon when the joyously on his adventures, were bOc EIL S $1.20

fessed. "After all, there's no place the banquet hall. Afterwards he city was digging out of snow drifts bearing him now on still another,
like home, is there-and I've nev- would find his way into the big liv- and the sun was making a half- bearing him swiftly, swiftly, lest I IAq

er had one of my own before. Not ing room and browse among the hearted effort to show its face, their they falter A

for worlds would 1 have Mr. Mason books, sometimes reading aloud hostess said: "Why don't you two ...,,0
from his beloved poets to Nora for little walk? I'll look after standing there three
suspect it, but I don't mind owningup go a Nora was Brings Blessed Relief
sometimes reading from "Peter the children. I'd really like to and when they brought him
to you that I dread to leave." ; hours later from aches and pains of _
She did; yet a happy winter with Rabbit" to the boys."He's a breath of outdoor air will do you out. Three hours of horror-three \,'
Constance Venable (who had sold as good as a grandfather good." hours of numbing cold-three hoursof

the ill-fated island where Carl met said Don one Sunday afternoon "Come on," said Don, brightening torment. He was the last to a bottU and. Why LUMBAGOTry SuH r?
his death, and for financial reasons when he found the old man with at the prospect of some activ- come, his broken body carried ten- ,'w",IIIl1Rct.I.'IIII''lllcai.N -__
was staying abroad indefinitely) lay both children in his lap; and then ity. "If you get tired, Nora, we'll derly by two firemen. Nora, closeto
just ahead. Things were going ex- wished he hadn't spoken because drop mat a movie for an hour." the ropes, cried out at sight of
tremely well when they returned to Nora's face clouded at' the words. "That's right," urged ,the woman, him: "Don! Dearest! I'm waitingfor WNU 7 23-38

Maine for another summer; and as The summer drifted by.' September glad to be of service to these friendsof you. I-I am here, Don!" -- -- --- -
a complete surprise Nora discov- came, and with it the chance her beloved Venables. "You'll (TO BE CONTINUED) :
ered not only running water in her Don was hoping for, something he find a theater three blocks down. E.v.elf f 1J1r !YJQy> :yj{ t.

box stall kitchen, but a small and had kept secret from his wife fear- It's a cheap place, opened only a Origin of Pointer in Doubt j ij : -- :( { :
bathroom the week ago; but it'll do to get warm The origin of the pointer is not 1.'N V-O'- K'i1. I Il
shining result of an ing to cause her disappointmentshould I I,L" ; "kY// .' .__ .I
intrigue between her husband and it not work out. For Nora in." clear. The theory that it originallycame __.._ __ ___-__, ;. -_," .-" ,
the old Maine builder. had hinted to the little boys that "Sure!" agreed Don, "and a lurid from Spain has been shattered -
Not until that summer did she Santa Claus might possibly bring picture won't hurt old folks like us!" ,in recent years. It is generally O is right around this quiet, congenial hotel.

' hint to her father of this permanent them a "baby sister," and Don was The wind sprang up again as they conceded that pointers came into Rooms with bath from $2.50 single, $4
abiding place. Going to the beautiful determined that their mother should started out; and the sun, discour- use in the British Isles 'ana on the double. FAMOUS FOR GOOD FOOD.

antique desk which they had not be dragged to Europe if such a aged, retired behind a cloud."I continent of Europe about the same
purcnased of "our egg lady," as step could be avoided. He knew guess three blocks'll be about time. However, to the English goes
the boys called her ("Because," the that the "Letters from Cape Town" enough!I" Don laughed as they the credit for developing the English
woman explained when Don told had proved even more popular than ducked their heads against the pointer. As for the pointer's line- ..fM
her honestly that it was worth much the American editor expected. weather. "Those Italian winters age, there isn't much doubt that

more than he could give, "them There was no reason to think he have spoiled us, Nora; but I hear several breeds have helped make
antique dealers is makin' my life would not be amenable to the sug- we're liable to fry in Arizona. That's the English pointer as we have him.



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OUR COMIC SECTIONSnoopie on Various Subjects. Iso

1. Why .are Frenchmen called. quaggy that the French court
frogs? in derision called the inhabitants

2. What battle was won on May frogs.

: : 1, 1898, that gave the United Statesan .2. The'Battle of Manila Bay. By

I' Snoopie F' : I Dr. empire? the treaty of Paris, December 10,
; 3. What does the German word"Heil" 1898, the Philippine islands were

mean? ceded to .the United States.
4. From whom are the Pennsyl- 3. Hail. I

vania Dutch descended? 4: The Germans. ,*

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.Latin or Greek? than Latin. Latin
was profoundly

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The Answers
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1. During the early years of its to York, England, in the daysof

history the streets, of Paris were the Roman conquest of Britain.

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Whidden, of Tampa. plans and specifications will arrive to kill himself with the gun which the_.current' and the volume of discharge ,

COMMITTEE NAMEDTO Funeral services were held at within a few days. he professed to be cleaning for a "I may be computed.A .
the Fort Denaud cemetery Sunday The project has been submittedas hunting trip next day. She triedto
long, box like affair is first
afternoon with Rev. A. M. Glisson a PWA project under the termsof gain possession of the gun and
SPONSOR WORKOFCHILDREN'SHOME pastor of the LaBelle Baptist which the government will pro- in the struggle it was dischargedand placed In the water, parallel to and -

Church officiating. More than fifty vide forty-five per cent of the costas she was mortally wounded. against the lock wall. This boss

cars joined in the funeral proces- an actual grant and the re- Davis claimed that the gun was known as a stilling well and
sion which formed at the Wfcidden; mainder will be in the form of a never kept loaded because. of his prevents" too
great an agitation of
home. The Everglades Funeral loan. at a low rate of interest. little boy and he could not under-

Mrs. Nancy Powell, Special :Field Home, of Pahokee, was in charge One other time an effort was stand why it was loaded at the the 'surface of the water around
made PWA loan for' the the instrument: by passingboats..
Representative of the Children's :of arrangements. to get a time. Other defense witnesses appeared -;
Home 'Society of FloridaFlorida'sgreat erection of the building and'at during the afternoon to A small room is constructed on

State-wide Child Placing Engineers Cleaning that time the project was rejected, testify as to his mental condition top of this box with, a shelf to hold

Agency, was in Clewiston this entirely because school buildingswere following the shooting. the instrument.This .
not classed as PW'A projects.It Testimony was concluded early
week for the purpose of or- Culverts And GatesThe
is understood, however, that on in a
Committeeto Thursday morning and the defense '
ganizing a under the new lendingspendingprogram cooperative basis between the Geological _
and state
promote the interests of The attorneys concluded their 'I
Children's Home Society of Florida, U. S. Engineers have begun to be initiated by the talks to the jury by the middle of Engineers.Department' and the, U. S.

in this area in many ways.It work on the east shore of the lake government, school buildings are on, the afternoon In his closing talk 1

is the purpose of the Home to clean out accumulated dirt and the preferential list. State Attorney W. M. Smiley asked CARD OF THANKS -
Society in organizing these com- silt at the mouth of and in the for the death penalty for the I

mittees to have a group of inter- hurricane gate structures and culverts l Youth ConfessesContinued young defendent. The jury retiredat We wish to' express our sincere
ested outstanding men and women, and will continue this work 4:05 p. m. and returned with
thanks for the sympathy and
informed as to the work and pur- until all such structures are clean their verdict of guilty in the second many
acts of kindness shown us in the
will A small dragline with clam shell degree at 5:10 p. m.
poses of the Society who give ( from page one) death last Saturday of our loved
publicity to the work that the dipper is" being used for part of Two brothers are also said to be Assisting in the prosecution of one, Fred Whidden.Mrs. "

Society has done and is doing allover the work and the suction dredge in the ministry. McCall was first the case was Louis O. Gravely of Fred Whidden ;

the State to secure funds, D-1 is also being used. A Couch picked up for questioning by the LaBelle and H. A. Rider assisted Mrs. Sally WhiddenMrs.

food and clothing for the continu- pump is also serving to take out FBI men on June 2 after SheriffD. Judge Bell with the defense. Circuit Jack Ridgill

ance of the important work, to some waterinto which much dirt C. Coleman of Dade County be- Judge George W. Whitehurstwas Lee Whidden

report children in need to the has been agitated.The came suspicious of his story when on the bench.

Society, to secure good foster first hurricane gate, No. 5 he handed in the third ransom Jurors chosen to hear the case .

homes for the Society's homeless at Canal Point, was de-watered note which 'he said had been slipped were all from the west side of the BULLET CRASHES THROUGH

children and to remember the: hundreds Wednesday to begin cleaning and under the door at the Cash home. county as follows: D. M. Rehberg, WINDOW OF APARTMENT

of homeless and orphan to repaint the metal work below The sheriff noticed that the paper J. P. Pendry, Joe Doughtery, S. C. .Q,

children under the care of the the water line. All of the gates was crumpled up in a wad and Blackburn, Joe Risley, Alvin Hester, (Moore Haven Democrat)

Home Society on special days and will be similarly treated' with the could not have been pushed under R. J. Moon, Harvey S. Dyess, C. A bullet, apparently from a high-

occasions, such as Easter, New :Moore Haven lock and hurricane the door: :. E. Granger, Woodrow Parsons, powered rifle fired from some

Years, Thanksgiving, Christmas,. gate probably being left until last. The $10,000 in ransom money Arthur Reckwerdt and Willie Dan point north of town crashed

etc. An effort will be made by the which the child's father had paid iels. A number of Clewiston men I. through the kitchen.window in the

Similar committees have been engineers to catch the Moore Haven for the safe return of his child 'before were in the venire but were all. apartment of Mrs. I. P. Jepson

formed in many counties of the, lock when boat travel has droppedto notifying authorities, was disqualified. early Thursday night, struck a par-

state, and are to be organized in the lowest point of the year found in an orange grove near tition across the room. passed

every county, as well as every city for it will be necessary to close where McCall lived. Only five Miner Guest- '" through the" partition and'fell

and town in the entire state. the canal to traffic for approxi- dollars was missing.Examination / harmlessly on the floor of the bed-

The Children's Home Society of mately three weeks. of the child's body room beyond. Mrs. Jepson, who

Florida, of which Marcus C. Fagg, Thursday indicated that he had (Continued from page one) had been standing by the table in

(better known all over Florida as Bad Weather Still- been killed at' the very first, his to use this space for playgrounds. the kitchen had just seated her-

"Daddy" Fagg) has been the State captor probably fearing that he The building was first proposedto I self to begin her evening meal

Superintendent during the past would be able to identify him if he be built in this block northof when the shot struck the window.

twenty seven years, has given its ( Continued from page 1) ,returned home alive. the block in which the present Had she remained standing it is

aid and care to nearly thirty eight way around the Clewiston layout school is situated but as this .area I likely that she would have been

thousand homeless, orphan and des- with his eyes closed in anywherefrom A. C. L. Asks- had been reserved for a residential seriously injured for _she was in

titute children, from wee babiesup 82 to 88, and incidentally section it was thought advisableto the path of the bullet.

to sixteen years of age, of all probably do exactly the same with change. A proposed locationon City Marshall Strickland was

creeds and beliefs, and from every his eyes open, proved himself again (Continued from 'v age one)) the west side of' town was aban- called at once and found the bullet

city, town and hamlet in the state, the man to lick when he nudged past year. Express service, he said doned because of the necessary add- which he. believed to have been

and has placed thousands of these out the Everglades runner-up 2 up. he had estimated, would amount ed expense and inconvenience caus- from a high-powered rifle. The

homeless youngsters in the finest This man Owen is bad match medi- to about five cents per mile profit. ed by having the, buildings so far fact that it went such a short:

family homes in every county in cine. He plays just often enoughto He proposed that the line be allowed apart. ways through the building indicates -,

the state, for permanent' care and : know his way to the club, but to put on a mail, express Mr. Miner's talk was very en- that it had, been fired from'
legal adoption. he does a right smart job after and passenger coach in connectionwith lightening and was enjoyed by the a distance and its velocity was

The work of the Society is sup- he egts there. Owen 'shot under a the regular local freight anda crowd of Kiwanians present.The I almost spent when it struck the

ported entirely and only by voluntary handicap of 12 to ,Shelley's 6, the mixed train run over the line next meeting will be held house. The angle at which it struck

contributions of money, food former taking full advantage of which would make every effort, to at the Community Church next the window also showed that it

and clothing. The Federal, State; three of the five gift strokes, snag- run on schedule. This schedulehe Wiednesday_ the dinner.to be served would have to have been fired froma

_ County and Municipal Governmentdoes ging another for a half and throw- said would leave Haines City at by the girls 'of the Christian En- considerable distance. It is be-
not support the work in any
ing the fifth one away for the 8:30 a. m. and arrive in Clewistonat deavor. lieved that the shot was fired by

way.The mosquitoes to chew on. 3:20 p. m. someone emptying the barrel of
Home Society does not ac-
Other affairs found C. V. Parkin- Both Mr. Jones and Mr. Shelley MKS. LEMUEL HOWARD his rifle into the air without
,cept or offer for adoption any chil- '
son(17) winning an unexpectedlyeasy made protests against the actionas I thought of it traveling so 'far and ,
dren that are not normal physicallyor J
victory over Mrs. F. D. Duff did those from the communities Wtord was received here Wednesday the danger attached. ,
who have definite -
mentally-or a (15)) 4 and 3"Doc"; VanLanding- along the line who had sufficient afternoon of the death Tuesday
family history of epilepsy: feeble- night in a hospital in Fort :Meadeof 1I 1-
ham(7)( taking out Ralph Kirk(15) notice to have' delegations present.
mindedness or insanity, or active 1I
2 and 1 after a tough tussle; andJ. Both' Clewiston men stressed the Mrs. Lemuel Howard and newborn I

venereal disease. F. Curry(16)) eliminating John fact that a serious disruption of baby. I
Sixteen children have been refer- I I
Hooker(16)) 2 and 1. mail service would occur ,should Mr. Howard has been a residentof '
red to the Home Society "from this Championship results: the plan be put into effect and LaBelle all of his life and the Good FarmLand
county and of its homeless
children W. R. Dickinson(26)( beat Mrs. expressed their belief that such a couple had been married only a
have been placed for adop-
H. O. Mitchell(35) 8 and 6. train could not operate on any- year.
tion in selected foster
\ Arthur Wells(8) beat .R. Jaren thing like a regular schedule., Sympathy of the entire community -
homes in this .
county.A '(30) 8 and 7 The president of the Scenic is extended to Mr. Howard in ,
meeting of the group will be
John Thomas((11) beat Dave Alston Highlanders, a booster organization his bereavement.
called in the early fall. MarcusC.
(20) by default.H. with' members in the ridge for Rent
Fagg attending and the work
J. Stein(26) beat Ed Von- cities, told the commission that the WATER STAGE RECORDERS
will go forward in a more definite
Mach(26) 3 and 2. meeting was held without sufficient
and organized way than heretofore.The '
Tom ShelleY(7) beat James notice being given to assemble
committee to date include:
Haven Democrat)
Winn(26) 4 and 3.. uecesary data or to have a large Moore '
F. D. Duff, chairman, W. W. Perry,
E. E. Kelly(17) beat Larry Nash crowd of residents from affected E. L. Hendricks and B. T. Slaterof
Ivey: M. Pafford, R .N. Smith, B. E.
(7) 2 and 1 towns present to make protest after the U. S. Geological Service in
Herring, Mrs. F. M. Wright, M. W.
E. M. VanLandingham(7) beat members of the commission hall Ocala spent several days here this
Bigg, Mrs. J. Grady Niblack, Mrs.R. .
Ralph Kirk(15)) 2 and 1 expressed surprise that there was week installing automatic water TrespassersWill
Y. Patterson, Mrs. J. A. Mc- ,
Owen Winn(19) beat 11rs.V._ C. no more opposition than was stage recorders at either end of
Gehee, Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. G.
Owen(30)( 4 and 2. shown at the 'meeting. Three-Mile Canal which will be Be "
A. Yon
J. E. Beardsley and ElbertL.
Stewart. D. M. Dickinson(20)) beat A. L. Acting on a rumor- that such a used during future months to ob-

Hackett (17)) by default.W. meeting was to be' held, several tain valuable data in regard to ProsecutedClewiston

C. Prewitt(16)) beat Mrs. Don citizens of Moore Haven made ar- amount of water discharged by the

Fred Whidden Died Young(35)) 9 and 8. rangements to, attend. A wire of Caloosahatchee Canal.

Vj. C. Owen(12) beat Emmett protest to members of the railroad :The water stage recorder is a l

2 With Heart Attack Shelley(6)( 2 up. commission, however, brought a similar device to the one in use I

Second:: Flight results: reply from the secretary of the com at the government lock here witha I

C. V. Parkinson(17)( beat Mrs.F. mision that no such applicationhad weight driven clock which .records:

Fred Evan Whidden, 55, died D. Duff(15) 4 and 3 I been filed with the commissionand accurately at all times the water

suddenly last Saturday morning at Dr. W. J. V.'hiLe(15) beat Louis I should such be filed that level of the canal. One of the instruments And

his_ home ten miles west of Clewis Gold(12) by default. ample opportunity would be given is placed at the north Realty

ton with a heart attack beforeDr. Championship pairings: everyone to be heard. Consequently end of the old lock wall here and

D. M. Draughn summoned from W. R. Dickinson(26)( 'vs Arthur there was no one present from the other where the DIston Island DevelopmentCorporation

Moore Haven could reach him. Mr. .Wells(8) the Glades county town to protestthe Canal empties into Three-Mile near

Whidden had been in ill health John 'Thomas(11)) vs H. J. Stein action of the road. !Lake Hicpochee. By recording the I

for several months and is under- (26)E. slope of the water between these.

stood to have suffered previous E. Kelly(17) vs J. F. Curry Morris Davis- two points, approximately two and.
heart attacks recently. (16) a half miles apart, the velocity of ,p

Mr. Whidden had lived most of Owen Winn(19)( vs D. M. Dickin-
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his life In this section of Florida on(20) '
(Continued from page one)
which Is now Glades and Hendry W. C. Prewitt(16)) vs W. C. witnesses were called to the ,stand

Counties. For several years before Owen(12) before noon of that day and the THE WORLD'S GOOD
the construction of NEWS
State Road
Second Flight
pairings: details of events leading up to the I
. 25 across the state he operated a C. V. Parkinson(17) vs M. J. tragedy, the finding of the mor' will come to your home every day through t

filling station at Ortona, about half 4/1hite((15) tally wounded woman in the bed- .. THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
way between Moore Haven and La- AU other pairings incomplete be,
room of their home and her dying An International Daily Newspaper
Belle. Soon after this highwaywas cause of postponements caused bj statements were brought out. It records for you the world's clean, constructlve doings. The Monitor
finished he built a new sta- rain does not exploit crime or sensation; neither does It Ignore; them,
In the afternoon Davis was called but deals correctively with them. Features for busy men and all the
tion at the point where
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intersects 25 and had done a fine ---------------------------------------------------------.
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back of his home. I being L. Wednesday Issue Including Magazine Section: 1 year $2 CO. Issues 25o
prepared by Phillips the gun with which his wife was

Surviving relatives' include his Clarke and associates, West: Palm *hot was not know to him to he Name ___._____________________________________________=__
widow, Mrs. Nannie Wfaidden, his I. Beach firm of architects, and vrltr- 1<".?.Jet': 'The two bad quarrelled, ".

mother, -Mrs. S. C, Whidden, of I the forwarding of the topographical SL,'id, and hL :wife bad threatened Address------------------------------------------

LaBelle; one sister, Mrs. J. J. Ridg- data on the new site to them to leave him. He had then, .

dlll, LaBelle, and a brother, Le$ this week It Is anticipated" that l according to his story, threatened ,-- : _. .