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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 5, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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/ THE CLEWISTONS _

WI DO OUR PART
WE DO OUR PORT

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VOL. ?. NUMBER 51 CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA FRIDAY
. JANUARY 5, 1934 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR

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:BUSINESS SHOWS CANE GRINDING Excavation Of First Indian Mound HANDICAPS AREANNOUNCED -



MARKED INCREASE RECORD MADE AT Near Belle Glade Almost Complete' J FORTOURNAMENT



DURING HOLIDAYSThe MILL WEDNESDAYA
BELLE GLADE, Fla. Jan. 3.-" tural activities. They are pierced by

Picks and shovels have commencedan two holes from a half to threequarters -

inquisitive program of excavationin of an inch in diameter, through J
smiles that Clewiston businessmen new record for the United States the Everglades section of Palm which it is believed the Indians thrusta Qualifyingfor the New Years

wore during the holidays have Sugar Corporation property was set Beach county in an effort to learn handle with which to manipulatethe match play handicap tournament got

broadened into grins as bookkeepers at the sugar house on Wednesday, more about the lives and customs of shell implement. A large amountof under way Monday and will be open

have had time to make recordsof January 3rd, when 4400 tons of the aboriginal race which precededthe ashes have also been unearthed as for entry through Sunday, January7th.

business for the month of Decem- cane was ground during the 24 hour Seminoles in the broad, expanses well as shell ornaments, sandstone to- Revision of handicaps has been

ber. All establishments report a period., along the shores of Lake Okee-' bacco pipes, bone needles, awls, grind- made for this tournament. Some of

tremendous increase in business for This follows closely the 4,326 ton chobee. ing stones and deer bones with one the players will suffer!,! from severe

the month with some estimates run- record which was set on Wednesdayof Work was started the day after end sharpened for use probably as cuts while others remain the same.

ning as high as 75 percent increase. last week at that time an all-time Christmas about a mile west of Belle arrow heads. Below the shell level in I C. F. Goodman, who has Just resum-

The Western Union Telegraph com- record. Glade on an Indian Shell mound southof the muck have been found numbersof red playing after a long lay-off, was

:pany, whose business is a pretty good The new record resulted from no the Hillsboro canal and the firstof house posts relatively well pre- t given a 30 handicap on the last ad-
barometer! of this week two sizeable trenches served, indicating that the inhabi-
general economic conditions justment. Now three months later,,
particular attempt on the part of
has had been dug to a depth of several tants built some kind of houses on
enjoyed a steady increase the hfs game has improved to such an
workers at house. It
simply
sugar feet below the shell and into the muck posts in elevating them from the
<< of patronage for the past extent that he must be cut to 18;
happened that the machinery was
beneath. Much of interest has already danger of high water.
I :several months. Estimates made by to give the other fellow a chance.
not stopped during the entire 24
been unearthed more is antici- The work is being carried on in the
I .A. A. Munroe
local
manager, place hours, a fact worthy of note itselfin pated when operations are moved in Everglades section under the direc- Other cuts include Mrs. Bestor,

\ the increase for the past four months that it has happened only 15 the near future to the Big Mound tion of G. M. Stirling from the Smith- Mrs. Owen, )Mrs. Sparrow and Parker -

d I at 35 to 40 percent, while the month times during the past three years. section in the Glades east of Canal sonian Institute of Washington, D. C. Wilson, who lose 5 strokes each?'

of December found a 75 percent Increase The larger tonnages in the daily Point, which will be the major objective ,Mr. Stirling is associated with Har- Mrs. Redelsheimer, who loses 4:

over- the business for December records usually are found toward the in this section. vard University but taking some time strokes; F. I. Hill, 6 strokes; .Mrs.

f ";' 1932. beginning of the week since the 'cane Having practically completed in- away from his duties at that educa- Hemenway, 7; L. C. Rosenberg, 10.

":t Other old establishments have also bank is piled up in advance of the vestigations ,in two ditches and witha tional institution to direct these op The following is the list of handicaps

enjoyed increased business. The grinding.The third well along; the forces plan erations. which will be used during the
Clewiston the end of this week M. W. chief of the Bureauof
Supply company had the sugar, house has been operat- by or the first Stirling, tournament:
best month in three years, the busi- : of next to move operations to the Big American Ethnology, and a brothel
ing practically at maximum capacityfor D. G. Alston 16 Mrs. Bestor, 41 '
ness, according to C. V. Parkinson, i Mound section. Close to the shell of G. M. Stirling, is in charge of all ; ;
several weeks; the grinding sea- J. W. 13 Mrs. Duff 16
being comparative to the volume of I mound near Belle Glade and Chosenare of the work. While the operations an Barrett ; ;
son this year having begun on Nov. H. A. Bestor 19 Miss K. Deam 50 '
business during 1929. Alston's, drugstore I l I two more mounds both of whichare being carried on under the CWA program ; ;
ember 30th three weeks earlier M. W. Bigg 24; Miss Virginia Gallant
established here in 1926, had said to be burial mounds. These the United States governmentis
the best month in the history of_ the than last year. will not be excavated, under the pres- doing the work and the project is 50; E. B. Butler 25; Mrs.

business. The season's first shipment of sugar ent program, it was said this week. a federal rather than a local one and Hemenway, 53; Kit Bowden, 20;

went forward from Clewiston Conch Shells Found does not come under the jurisdictionof Mrs. F. I. Hill, 59 ; Capt. F. D. Duff,

The B and B, local grocery, sold December 1, consigned to the Savannah Numerous Conch shells have been local CWA operations. About thirty 12; Mrs. L. C. Miller 60; F. Dur-

'entirely out of holiday merchandise, Sugar Refining corporationof found in the excavations thus far men are engaged in the work. Ver- rance, 18; :Mrs. McCracken 26; Dr. :"

and did a most satisfactory business Savannah, Ga., to be refined and made. These' shells were evidentlyused non Lamme is assisting Mr. Stirling Ezelle, 26; Mrs. Owen 40. !

during December, according to Dean marketed under the for sort of crude (Continued on page 8)) '
now famous some agricul- F. A. Flanders, Jr., 40; Mrs. J. P..
King, manager. The grocery is one "
of a chain and only current accounts trade-mark; "Dixie Crystals. Percy, 45; F. A. Flanders, 35; Mrs.

Current ,estimates indicate a record W. C. Prewitt, 45; Fr. F. J. Finne-
and statistics, are kept here, so com-
parative figures,with past years were crop for this season which will Second Duplicate Three New Businesses gan, 19 ; Mrs. Peterson 50; E. R.

necessitate continuation of harvest Fontaine, 13; Mrs. Redelsheimer

not The available.United States Sugar Corpora- ing operations until approximatelyMay Tourney Starts MondayThe Open This Week 19; A. N. Gallant, 17 ; Mrs. Rich

tion's 1, providing employment for 40; F. M. George, 19 ; Mrs. Sparrow
commissary department, with
3,000 to individuals requiredin 40 C. F. Goodman 18 Mrs. Toni
eight retail establishments scattered 3,500 second of the winter's dupli- Three new business establishments, ; ;

over the property in three counties the various departments of the cate contract events will be an, open a barber shop, an eating place and a Shelley, 45; J. J. Harrington Jr.,

also report a very nice business dur- operating organization. tourney for individuals, scheduledto pool room are in operation or pre- 24; Mrs. Bonnie Stone 50.

ing December.The Cane plantings for the past two begin next Monday night at the paring for opening in Clewiston with- Lt. Hemenway 23; J. J. Harrington -

local Post Office, whose 'business years have been apportioned' witha Clewiston Inn. Play will begin at in the week. 11; F. I. Hill 23; H. R. Hall,

may also be taken as indicativeof view towards bringing about an 8 o'clock and is open to players of L. A. Turner, of Okeechobee, is 13; A. L. Hackett, 20; Dick Knight,

general conditions, ,was almost equal distribution of cane acreage any caliber, according" to the com- I opening a barber shop in the Hopkins 24; E. E. Kelley, 15;, N. R. Lawler,

overwhelmed with the rush during and production between the two mittee, Mrs. Lucille Downs, W. C. building, and is completing the .installation 40; H. Land, 28; C. Lovvorn, 17;

,\ December, and found the holiday agricultural divisions of the company Owen, Mark Lawler and Jim Beards- of two chairs with shower C. Miner 30; L. C. Miller -10; J. W.

V. season only increasing the volume with respective headquarters ley. and other equipment today. The shop Moore 35; J. W. Moran, 21; W. H.

of located at Azucar and Clewiston, McCracken 21 V. H. McCarter, 31;
.4 postal business. Scoring will he by the_ Howell will open tomorrow Saturday with I ;
Local business men attribute the with the result that, in order to method of points for ranking on each Mr. Turner in active charge.A W. C. Owen, 13; C. V. Parkinson,

splendid volume of business to the maintain maximum production at board, instead of total and cumula- pool room, operating as Utopia 23; Troy Puryear, 25; M. P. Peterson -

sudden increase of activity on the the Clewiston sugar hduse, each tive, or Mitchell system used in the Pool Parlor, was opened in the Al- 16.
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levee work in this immediate vicinity division will be required to harvest first tourney.The ston building near the Clewiston Inn W. C. Prewitt, 25; Homer Rich,

and the corresponding influx of em- and deliver approximately 100 cars tournament will consist of Saturday There are three tables in 27; W. M. Redelsheimer, 28; L. C.

(Continued on page 8)) of cane per day for the durationof ten sessions of play on successive place now and 'a snooker table will Rosenberg, 30 ; E. J. Rogero, 25;
I I the current crop campaign.It E. L. Stewart 21 Tom Shelley 3;
Monday nights: at the Inn, play in be added a little later, according to ;
Atlantic Company's Big is interesting to note that if eight sessions being necessary to B.' W. Becks, owner and manager. L. C. Sturgess, 22; R. L. Saxon, 40;

all the freight cars which It is estimated qualify for prizes, which will be Carpenters have been busy this weekin E. P. Shelley 12; L. O. Vinson, 17;

Dragline Is CompletedThe will be required to handle given the first three players in each the pool parlor erecting partitionsfor Parker Wilson, 35; Dr. 'White, 13;
inbound and outbound freight ship- Pete Wilson 21.Arrangements.
,
division. Entrants may play with the a barber shop which will be
ments pertinent to the current crop same partner only twice. established in the northwest corner. are being made for
big Monighan drag line which campaign totaling approximately this to match with Fort Myers
Mr. Becks has leased space an inter-city
The fee will
be fifteen
has been in the of cents for
process assemblynear 22,700 cars, were coupled together
out-of-town men and hopes to haveit and Clewiston to play West Palm
the railroad siding here by they would constitute a freight train each person, an amount establishedto '
ready for occupancy within a few Beach. Those wishing to play should
the Atlantic Dredging Company was totaling more than 182.5 miles in cover expenses. days advise Lloyd Sparrow before January
completed Saturday and on Sunday length. Interest has increased during the
began its walk to its working loca- holidays in duplicate play and num- Next door to the pool parlor is the 10th. ,

tion on the Lake Okeechohee levee bers of contract enthusiasts have Arabian Grill an eating establish- The golf course is in wonderful

project. I School Will Start signified their Intention of entering.The ment with space for dancing. It is shape, says Mr. Sparrow, considerable -
E. Burchfieldof work having been done on it
C.
being
operated by
The dragline is the largest I probability is that ten tables will
machinery of Monday MorningThe be in Columbus Ohio a newcomer ,to recently. The roughs have all been
its type on the lake play on the opening night. Per-
lIP' cut which should prove a great boonto
Clewiston.
work, Operating a 6 yard dipper, the sons intending to participate will
machine has a 135 foot boom and assist: materially by advising any These businesses will occupy prac- those players who spend much
Clewiston .high school will time hunting the little pills in the
when complete, with fuel and bal- member of the committee named tically the last available store roomsin '
resume classes next Monday, January8th rough. The canals have been cleared,
last, it weighs 330 tons. above. town. Plans are under way to remodel -
Much local interest has been cen- bringing to a close the Christ- the third room in the Alston of their trash and an unattractive
mas holidays which! 'teachers and mound removed between tee and
tered in the machine, snice it arriv- building for Mrs Mary Hayes Davisof
pupils have been enjoying since Clewiston Bank To movie green on "the old water hole."
ed from the factory in Chicago five LaBelle, who is planning a
weeks ago. It travelled in 10 freightcars December 22nd. The Christmas vaca- theater there. Turner's barber shopin Water will soon be piped to the .

,' which were required to hold tion was of fifteen days duration Guarantee DepositsThe the Hopkins building is next doorto greens of the already beautiful -1.

its component parts, the largest giving faculty members who live in Greene Dry Goods store, which course and the pro, Mr. Sparrow !.

single piece of which, the engine, other localities an opportunity fora First Bank of Clewiston has opened about a month ago. promises to show some real greens
real visit with home folks. and tees with the help of this new'
weighed 20 1-2 tons. The engine is been granted membership in the

a 280 horsepower FairbanksMorseDeisel The faculty's holidays were made j temporary Federal Depositors In- Mrs. Redelsheimer Wins improvement.

type. A crew of men, numbering joyous by the'receipt of one full surance Fund, according to a message

at times up to 18, has been en- month's salary a teat made possible received on January 1st from Walter Weekly Golf TourneyMrs. City To Purchase Fire

gaged steadily in the assembling of through arrangements made by the J. Cummings, director of the federal

the machine, a process which required First Bank of Clewiston and the depositors insurance corporation.The Fighting Equipment -
five weeks. Hendry county school board, where- W. M. Redelsheimer' won first
fact that
:} The most distinctive feature of by the bank loaned $3,000 to the all the bank has met place in the weekly ladies tourna- Y;

". the dragline Is its mode of school board to be used for teachers requirements and that its application ment which vas resumed at the golf Clewiston will have a modern fire
propelling for
membership in the Insurance Tuesday afternoon after a truck and equipment within a short
Itself and bus drivers. The school pupils course
while
,....: operated ;on caterpillar most draglines are were doubtless as pleased as the .fund has been approved Is a two week's holiday during the time, if, plans of the city commission
J type equipment source of gratification to the bank's season. Mrs. Redelsheim- materialize. The city plans to purchase -
i
Christmas
: the Monighan has "feet". faculty with the Christmas providedby
There Is a long shoe shaped like a the showing of two circuses in directors as well as to its depositors. er's score was 49 gross, with a 11 1-2 a "complete fire fighting apparatus -

stroke handicap for a low net of including fire truck with
Clewiston the
pontoon during holidays.It .
on each side of the
machine [
; .each shoe that DIAMOND PALI/) RESUMEDThe 37 1-2. Mrs. F. D. Duff was second minimum pumping capacity of 300
containing 10 tons oft was'expected the interiorof
with a net of 40; Mrs. J. P. Percy gallons per minute,' and accessories;
.'steel. These shoes the local school would I
are operated by be painted
local Diamond gA 4
'\ ball teams < third with net 401-2; Mrs. H. A. 1000 feet standard 2 1-2 Inch fire
gigantic cam which brings the during the holidays; this work hav- into the second /
half of
the attached suc-
season
Bestor with net 42 ranked fourth. hose with couplings ;
Shoe over Into position. The heavymachine ing received approval as a CWA pro Friday night when the United States leader lines;
hose'complete
Duff
Mrs. awarded the prize tion ;
was
) shifts Its weight over the ject. The authorities planned to have
Sugar
Corporation team meets that 30 foot
t-\i' donated by the Clewiston Drug Com shut off nozzles; Siamese
\ shoe and when the step is the work forward as
completed go soon as paint of the United States Engineers roof lad-
on pany for the player with the lowest extension ladder; 12 foot
the machine Is 7 feet in advance of arrived, so that it could be completedby Kiwanis Field "
its former number of putts for four 9 hole der.
position. It is capable of the time classes were resumed and Playing will start of this equipment '
taking three off these at eight o'clock, rounds of tournament play. The purchase
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foot steps the school routine would not suffer. and the schedules for the remainder will give Clewiston splendid fire pro-
each
1i) minute. The shaft which
extends
A : '. I through the entire center However the work has not yet be- of the season call for only one game Speaking of school bus .accidents, tection, and will result in much- bene-
j of the
.a'
i,)! big machine and Itjs doubtful each evening, the game to consist have you forgotten that it is a fit to residents and property ownersin
gun if
takes the weight of the it can be well
machine and i of 9 Innings instead of 7 as was criminal offense for you to pass a reduced insurance rates as /
has the feet suspended completed now within the time I
fire.
'-. (Continued ,*T1' ;', *, the custom-when double headers were school bus while, it is loading or discharging as assistance In case of actual
on ,
/1\\ page 8)) allotted. ;. February 5th.
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News Review of Current Cheap purchases credit In will the be Tennessee extended region.to all WILLIAM G. DONNE U. S. GRAIN- CROP ,\I-\s

home owners and residents within DROP
SHOWS SHARP
the Tennessee Valley Authority 'area \,.., ,

World Over for this purpose.Manufacturers. 1 '
Events the of electrical house- "\

hold goods are enthusiastic over the Value, However, an Increase :

prospect,of having the government fur-
nish funds with which their productscan Over Last Year.Y ". :: '.

Weir's Conflict With National Labor BoardJohnsonPlans be bought, Stephen T. Early, sec ,
an Washington.-United States .,
retary to the President, said in produc

Realignment of Code Authorities-Insull's official explanation of the order. tion of major grain crops was 'a billion ,

and a half bushels less than that of

Son and Others Indicted in Indiana.By TIBET'S supreme religious and civil ttS# r 1D 2. according to' final estimates by "

the dalai lama, died in % X'r; : the Department of Agriculture. This

EDWARD W. PICKARD Lhasa, and a Bengal correspondentsays shrinkage represents about 30 per ,cent ,
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It is reported he was poisoned. of u normal production..
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This powerful priest was regarded by Production! figures for the live lead- .
WHAT action, it any; the NRA and with the proceeds of 4 per cent fifteen- Buddhist Asia as the reincarnation Ing grain crops total 3,757,423.000
would year equipment trust certificates sold -
board
I national labor of a long dead Buddha and was wor- bushels in 11)32.) Greatest shrinkage I
take In the of the Welrton Steel to the government In this way the tJ ...
case In was in the feed
shiped as .a deity. his: sixty yearshe grain crops this' loss .
the au- government will obtain security for .
unrevealed by '
company was had many adventures. When the ;r .Mo amounting to-1.248.000.000 bushels as .
Weir its loan without receiving as collateral -
T. ,
thorities. E. British Tibet in '1901 he F' compared with .'
, opened up /< f last year's production.
of the boardof bonds or other evidences of ,
chairman
: fled Mongolia.. Five years later h The total value.of the 1933 farm crops
main- mortgaged Indebtedness. By contrast,
the
company, returned to Lhasa but was quickly was placed! at $4.070.537.000 by the de-
tained that he was the RFC demands bonds as security ..
driven out by the Chinese and took partment. '
President's where possible. The roads are the
the -
loyal to refuge in India. In 1912 the Tibetans / The value of the 1033 crop was $1-
Chesapeake and Ohio, the Nickle Plate
recovery pro- ousted the Chinese and establishedtheir 1D ,U20Ooo in excess of that for 1932 .
and the Erie.YEARLY .
that
,\ gram but insisted independence and the dalal lama William G. Donne, a Chicago politician when the valuation was $2,879,517,000.

y\ ,f< the labor board had went back and resumed his place as was forced to resign as Illinois The total acreage harvested this year

no right to coerce or reports of Secretary Roper ruler of the country.ALEJANDRO'LERROUX. head of the Home Owners Loan corporation was 327,324,000 compared with 359- .
abrogate the electionof Commerce department and
because of charges of favorit- 483.000 last year.
Secretary Wallace of agriculture
were
employees' representatives
Is pre- ism made The increased estimates'on
him.
against He was succeeded report
that was of a nature to cheer up President '
''" .-.. Roosevelt and all the supporters of suc- by Henry G. Zander, Jr., of wheat, corn and oats, over the preliminary
Welrton
held at 'the
who
ceeded Diego Martinez Barrios,
Kenilworth. figures, by 75,000.000; bushels,
E. T. Weir his policies. Mr. Roper submitted
The successful -
plant. was made( vice president of the new '
facts and figures showing that con- and at first glance this 'appears to be
candidates were hand-picked, and cabinet and minister, of war. Lerroux "
siderable toward 'business bearish. But the department also revised -
recovery -
so were those, who were defeated,. all progress said he was "pleased" with' the minIs- FLYING LINDBERGHSARE
had been made in the United its totals for 1932 and 1931, so
"
being "company men. Members of try he had got together and that Its '
States result of decisive action that compared with last
as a year's crop's,
HOME AGAIN
the workers' union, the Amalgamated formation of members of the left, the '
by the government, and that there thisear's production shows about -"
Association of Iron Steel and Tin
right and the center parties was com-
were definite signs of a business revival ,the same percentage of decrease as
Workers, did'not appear on the bal- patible with the complexion of the new
throughout the world. He also Visited Score of Nations in shown previously.
lots. Union representatives charged parliament, which Is .dominated by con ,
that workers were threatened with reported that, In line, with the admin- servatives. Five Months' Jaunt. Estimate on winter wheat harvested

loss of their jobs If they didn't vote, istration's economy program, he had this year Is 351,030.000 bushels, compared -,

and said many of the men deliber- brought about drastic reorganizationin of Hiroshi Saito as with 475,709,000 bushels .last
his department and had cut expendItures APPOINTMENT New York.-Col. and Mrs. CharlesA. and 817.0G2.000 bushels in iO'31.
ately spoiled their ballots. ambassador to year -
2S.8 cent comparedwith Lindbergh came home after an absence -
per
that if the Acreage figures for all three
threats
There were ugly the United States was confirmed by crops
government did not act the workers those of the previous year. the cabinet In Tokyo. The foreign of five months and ten days and were raised, but there was little alteration -
Secretary Wallace reported the 1933 30,000 miles of flying. They alightedin
would begin to "take things apart""We office there cabled instructions for him In the estimates of yield per '
farm income at $0,100,000,000. against
the East river off' College Point,
are putting our faith in PresI- to proceed at once to Washington from acre. Spring wheat production Is giv
$5,143,000,000 last"year exclusive of I
dent Roosevelt and the NRA," said $300,000,000 In crop reduction; benefitsto The Hague, where he has been serving taxied ashore at the ramp of an air- en as 176,000,000 bushels against 269

of the union leaders. "They've craft company and less than an hour 000,000 bushels last
one be paid by the government before as minister to the N ther1im 1s. I year.
later left by automobile for their
this through. Production of Is
promised to see case corn given as
the end of the
Well, If they don't then we'll be year. for the time being, has come home.In 2,330,000,000'bushels against '2,907- ;".

forced to take things into our own RAND jury Investigation of the PEACE Gran Chaco, for Paraguayand New York they stopped for a OOO.OOObushels last year and 2,589-'".

bands. Because we're going to win G affairs of the Northern Indiana Bolivia agreed to a truce and brief greeting a1'the home of Col. and I 000,000 bushels In 1931. Corn area

this fight." Public Service company resulted.in the their warfare in the jungle region was Mrs. Henry Breckinridge and then was placed at 102,239.000 acres com-

Thomas E. Millsop, assistant to returning of indictments at Crown stopped. This was arranged by the drove to Englewood, N. J. Awaiting pared with 108,067,000.acres last' year.

President Williams, said the,only way Point Ind, against League of Nations commission with them'there were Mrs. Dwight W. Morrow Yield was 4 bushels per acre less thanin

the government would be allowed to Mrs. Lindbergh's mother, and 1932.
Samuel Insull, Jr.. the backing of the delegates to the
enter the matter was on the strengthof and other officials of Pan-American conference in Monte- their sixteen-month-old baby, Jon. The Crop of oats was only 722.485,000

a court order. trip from their plane to their home bushels
the company, includ- video. Negotiations for a permanent against 1,247,000,000 bushels

"We are for the NRA," he said, y ing Morse Dell Plain, settlement of the long conflict were had taken half as much time as theflight last year and 1,127,000,000 bushels in

"but there are some parts of the recovery : :,'c.:
law which frankly we do not charged that! the com- Secretary. of State Hull was given I York. against 41,425,000 acres last year. '

like. It's no secret that Weirton Steel rC< Si pany's treasury was much of the credit for bringing about :Since they flew away last July they Yield was 10.3 bushels per 'acre less

is opposed to a closed shop, which is ,:( ,:,. looted for the benefitof the armistice. had visited four continents. They had ,than last year. :

what the labor provisions of the act '' : j'; ;' : ''Insull holding com- flown north of the frozen Arctic circle Barley crop estimated at 156,000,000bushels

mean. Nor is It any secret that we do ;; i panies. The report of police broke up what they and touched the tropical waters southof against 302,000,000 bushels last

not intend to recognize the Amalga- FRENCH the equator. They spent nights in
.t'A, .i the grand jury in- was an international espionage year and 199,000,000 bushels in 1931.
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mated. eluded these accusaSamuel ring and arrested ten personsas more than a score of nations. They Area harvested was about ;3,000,000acres

He still insisted that the "company I spanned the South Atlantic nonstopon
tions: spies. Among them are Robert less and yield 7 bushels per acre

union" was not a company union at Insull, Jr. That a bookkeepingerror Switz and his wife of East Orange, their way home. They flew from less than last year. Rye production

all but an association of employees' of $10,000,000 was purposely N. J. The authorities said the gang summer to winter, back to 'summer, given as 21,184,000 bushels against

representatives chosen by free and made to deceive the Indiana public was working for no particular nation. and finally Into winter again. 40,039,000 bushels last year and 32-

untrammeled ballot by the workers. service commission and justify high They were tired, tanned. 'and' happyas 000,000 bushels in 1931. Area about

Gen. Hugh S. Johnson NRA admIn- rates for service. npOM HEFLIN 0"Alabama, who, they came to the journey's end. 1,000,000 acres smaller and yield 3

istrator' refused to comment on pub- That huge expense accounts for cer- Jused to entertain the, senate and bushels per acre less than last year.

lished reports that President William tain officials, covering trips to Cali- the country with his long diatribes Captain Kills Self '

Green of the American Federation of fornia and Atlantic City and the send- against those who, he alleged, were

Labor will demand a clear cut state- ing of vast quantities of flowers to I persecuting, him on religious as U. S. Ship Grounds I WASHINGTON BRIEFS I _

ment from the recovery a'dminlstra- hotels, were an unjustified charge grounds, plansa London.-Lloyd's reported that the

Hon and the national labor board outlawing against Northern Indiana Public. Is come-back to Wash- captain of the American steamer Ex President Roosevelt sent a birthday

company financed unions. Service. ington in the capacityof arch committed suicide after his vessel -
to the of
greeting' king Yugoslavia,
Green said that on September 20 That properties, in many instances a member of the went ashore half a mile west of Alexander I who is
forty-five. '
be had filed many affidavits with the worthless, and without exception worth ; lower' house. He was Cape Plakoti on the north coast of I

recovery authorities charging that r i beaten for the senate Cyprus. -
far less than the value charged, were President Roosevelt has
appointed
corporations in every section of the transferred to the treasury of Northern ? !. In 1930 by John A. The Exarch master's name was giv- Leland Harrison of Illinois to be' the

country were violating the NRA labor Indiana through a system of Inter- Bankhead and was en in the clearance record as "Hickey." American member of the
international
provision by company union activI- locking directorates. This was done, virtually read out of The 'vessel is a combination freighter
commission for in
provided the treatyof
ties. He charged no action had been the report declared, to "milk :Northern t ? N. the Democratic party and passenger steamer of the American conciliation between the United

1 taken against these corporations. Indiana Public Service of surplus __ .. .! the year before by the Export line and sailed from New States and Esthonia.
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earnings." "' state executive committee York October 25, for Mediterraneanand

GENERAL JOHNSON has mapped That the Thomas because he Red sea ports.Congressman's.
funds and 'assets of the
alignment of code Heflin The :Gupreme::; court set for hearingon
authorities -
took the
stump against
operating are still being"constantly'
company ,
January 15 a test case brought by
in order to provide moreeffective depleted by the domina* Alfred E. Smith In 1928. Now Tom
Nephew the government to determine whether
representation'of
consum- tion of Midland Utilities and other announces that he Is a primary candi-

ers' interests. His plan is to placeon parent organizations of the Insull date for congressman from the Fifth Kills to Defend Girl pending litigation charging dry law
violations can be prosecuted'or must
every code authority one NRA rep- district because he thinks the Demo-
group. Cleveland. Ohio.-.Britton T. Young
be Csmissed.:
resentative selected by the adminis- The investigation was given Its start cratic party is weak .in debating abil youthful Western Reserve university

trator. This representative will be when Howard W. Duncan, former as- ity. He says he will "help the Presi- student shot and killed a middleagedman 'The Reconstruction Finance corporation -
assisted by two "advisors," one drawn
sistant treasurer of Northern Indiana, dent to obtain legislation that will when' the latter assertedly at- has authorized $540.000.000 for
from the ranks of labor, and nominated '
e confessed he had embezzled $132,000 of take the control of the money sup'plyout tempted to drag Young's girl com- freeing of frozen deposits in closed ,
by the labor advisory board of ,
the company's money and lost it on of the i hands of those who pro- panion from an automobile In which banks under Its $1,000,000,000 bank
NRA, and the other to be nominated "
the race horses. Duncan pleaded duce panics every ten or twelve years. they were sitting in Pepper 'Pike vil- assets liquidation plan, Jesse Jones,
rtZ by the consumers advisory board.
guilty to the theft of $1,500. He of- lage. Young is a nephew of Congressman chairman:: said.ComptrollerGeneral.
An important part of Johnson's announcement -
of America's most popular and
fered to tell the Inside story of the TWO Stephen M.\ Young.
,
:t, was that he proposes to read novelists died on the McCarl was
Insull high finance and was allowedto
lS'; give the NRA representatives on each then same day in New York. Louis Joseph made all-powerful !In cases Involving
1,;, do so. The Investigators followed -
code authority a veto power over any out the lines he laid down for Vance, author of many tales of mystery Ohio Town Rejects Federal wrangles over the economy' act pay

,: of the actions the authority may elect them to follow. was found dead in a blazing arm Funds for Sewer System slash of retired soldiers by a ,decisionof

f?e'' to take. chair in his apartment, the fire having the District Court of Appeals.

In other words, In the "self gov- apparently been set by a dropped ciga- Washin .-Cheviot, Ohio, advised
of Greece notified
ernment" of each industry; which the THE government rette. Robert W. Chambers, writer of the public works administration thatit
Insull that he would haveto Three Drowned When
general has often discussed as his sellers for and to '
best nearly forty years will not use a $3,000 grant pay
leave that country when his resi-
aim, a code authority may decide to dence permit expired on December 31, noted especially for his novels of partly for a sewer and suggested that Autos Smash Ice

take some step with ,respect to prices, but American history, passed away afteran t' sum "be allotted for some other
wben the American fugitive pleaded Waconia, Minn.-Three men; were
or production, or wages. If It suits operation for an intestinal disorder worthy since it would pay for
Illness he was granted a'n extensionof cause drowned in Lake Waconia when two
the NRA representative, it will be which he had suffered for months.
from its sewer with its own funds.
the permit to January 31. Insull system automobiles crashed through the ice.
put into effect; otherwise he can veto
has no consular status as an American all f
The victims
) Minneapolis, were
the action. William G. Donne
,
against
The administrator also announcedthe voked.citizen, his passport having been re- CHARGES of the Home Owners' Child Labor Clause Kenneth Oliver, H. I. Nordby and
Where he can go with safetyIs
appointment of Leon Hendersonof Loan corporation, resulted in the Ratified Maine George A. Wickham. They had gone
a puzzle, for the United States has by
the Russell Sage foundation, New extradition: treaties with all countries acceptance of his resignation by the has added to the lake to fish.

York, and S. J. Schlink, a directorof bordering on Greece corporation board, after he had been Augusta, lIaIne.Iaine
and presumably it vote to the ratifiers of the
list of
the Consumers' Research bureau In Washington.. Various accusa- Pick Illinoisan
as he 'would be nabbed in any of them. I heard to as
assistants in the of fraud and favoritism were proposed child labor amendment
special consumers The government in has tions
Washington Iowa Relief ChiefDes
division of the NRA. He empha- instituted proceedings to collect? from made against Donne, who was backedby the federal Constitution. The legisla- "

sized that Mrs. Mary Rumsey, society Insull, his wife and his son $221,000In the Illinois ,Democratic organization. ture voted to ratify and sent the bill Moines.-The appointment of

woman who heads the consumers ad- income taxes. It was predicted his removal to Governor Brann, who immediately rdwin 'C. Palmer of Moline, Ill., as

visory board would retain her pres- would have a serious political flare- affixed his signature. Iowa state director of transient relief

ent post. WHEN! President Roosevelt's pet back In the state. was announced at a regional meeting

in the Tennessee valley Repeal and Beer Create of the transient relief directors from

ONE of the encouraging signs of the Is far enough advanced to manufacture COLONEL AND MRS. LINDBERGH eleven middle western states.

is the decision of the Van electric power it is going to produce a v-1 ended their long flying tour of for- 25,500 Jobs in New York

SwearIngen railroads to purchase $25- lot of it, and consumers will be need- eign lands when they arrived at Miami, New York.-Repeal of prohibitionhas Mail Pilot Bail Out

I- 000,000 worth of rolling stock, this being ed. So, to create a market for this Fla., from the Dominican republic. given jobs to an estimated 10,500 Detroit.-Carl Day of Buffalo, flying

4,._ the biggest order for equipment energy the President has set up a They took off soon after for New York. New Yorkers, a survey disclosed. ThisIs 'the mail to Detroit, abandoned his

authorized in many years. The pur- million dollar mortgage loan corpora- Their trip took them twice across the, In addition to 15,000; put to work In plane and leaped 6,000 feet with his
Atlantic ocean, and to four continents
chases will be financed by the PWA. tion, using public works funds, and directed nations. the brewing; industry when beer was parachute In a heavy fog and landed
and thirty
The railroads will buy the equipment It to finance electric appliance C, 19JJ Western Newspaper Union. legalized last spring. safe near Wayne County airport



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:, Girls
of Present DayI

know what a, great burden is on

the girl[ of today; and for all her

I Queen Anne'srr I Virtues of Quietness. ,..: L apparent nonchalance, she knows it,

Selfishness too, She must carry all the new re-

sponsibilities we can conjure up for
" "
) ,r Good Americans her, earn her living, and somehow

,. 1933 Bell SyndicateVNU Service.' restore and improve much of 'the
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.- ;= \ By Frances Parkinson Keyes I -..._. ... -..................------- :. charm aside. that harsher feminists tossed '

il By ED HOWE ')

;: THERE Is much to be said for this She must be able', to earn her way,

rl = Frances Parkinson Keyes WNU Service. = 'so highly recommended.If < pay her own fare, marl: her own bal-

: ;) : I a man talks a great deal In tryingto lot, and yet have every quality of

,) 'HIM".11.11.11..11.111111.......................11..11.1111"11'111...IIII'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII II I I II I 11111"".......................................III.................1111111111111111111111III111111111Illtllllllllll h fool me, I can usually make good feminine companionship. She must
as to what he Is really to. meet the terrible competition of emotion -
can't, George," she ,said with I Kuy'' Griffin has got company. A fellerhe guess up in the world today, which Is

earnestness. "Honestly, I can't. 1 knew at college, named Neal Con-
The man not selfish Is Insane puts worse than It ever was because of
'& how much you'd ,try ,to do for rad, Is visitin' him, so they're gettin'up ;
the start it and
: ) : early gets the pro-
his hand In the fire, whereas sane people
and I do like you. But it isn't a party. 'Conrad's come up from
r r longation that both and
men women
know burning Is the worst pain:
tt;; ." Hinsboro where he lives, in one of,
y there Is, and handle:'fire with caution. now insist upon. ,
.
these horseless carriages.I
more'n new-fangled
a lot you've got now.
,. committed terrible' If we had a safe, settled adult
Lately a man a
1M'. know-when I said It wasn't don't think much of them.
crime In a school house. The neigh- world to ,open to a girl, If we could
I didn't mean that I wouldn't "Don't you? Where have you seen
+ ) bors saturated the school house with: promise her even a choice betweena
lots more comfortable than I've one? '
coal oil, tied the criminal on the roof, small Job and a good man's love, it
r C been before. I know 1 would. I "I ain't seen one. But I've heard
and burned it. The man was' would be different. But we are so
that I somehow couldn't look at tell. -
Insane and unable to under- confused ourselves that we cannot
clearly ,
t the way you do. And I don't' "In the post office, sitting around the
stand the simple law of crime and distinguish between the basic and the
enough.. airtight with a lot of other mossbackswho '
and effect temporary. We know only this : that
punishment, cause,
just said you liked me." never saw one either, I suppose,
tOne few of the dangers girls'ever faced
1' do. But I don't love you. That said Anne scornfully. "Oh, George!! '
would think from the number have been destroyed and new ones
I don't believe I do. I don't like I Don't you see? It's just as I said I ,
of Abe Lincoln memorials Americ.a have been added.Sometimes .
,that
you touch me, and 1 certainly We never look at things the same
never had more than three or four it comes to me that a
wanted to touch you. That's a way I believe that horseless car-
really good men in it. I have girl today. has to know all that any
way from feeling you'd be glad riages are going to be a great success,
; a man. And It's further:still and revolutionize transportation. I wishI myself known thousands of really good woman, ever had to know, except

feeling as if you'd die If you bad a chance to go out in one." Americans. making soap and candles and spin-
J And I think she could do
ning :yarn.
said sarcastically
# "Well, George ,
I live in a Kansas town, with Missouri those things if they were necessary.Iargal'et .
. f you think it over some "mebbeConrad: will ask ye to.
where saloons have been set up, -:\ Culkin Bauning in liarper's -
".,.,. "You andr down to the
: t-' ? asked George miserably. Roy him are comin'
Just across a river bridge. I lately Magazine.'
If .::J" how it's been with me, ever dance imhis. That's what I started to
visited one of these saloons, as a mat-
i,;' we was kids. I'm a good pro tell you."
.) ter of curiosity. More women than
You shouldn't never lack noth The words were,. hardly out of his
men were present. The place 'was as
'1
: mouth before he repented, them. He
., orderly and clean as a Sunday school
t. had Idea in Anne's head that
an
put picnic serving only lemonade. ,
; ', { much better have been left out
i : 1 1' 1 might
"' ii Let me, record that never before haveI .
x }' r of it. Of course, it was not probablethat t
seen men and women I knew to be
s this dude would take no-
city any
respectable mingling freely In an open
; tice of her, but it was possible. lIe
saloon. It is another of the new thIngs
: inwardly cursed his stupidity. and they
r.-. now so common In the United States.
\ drove 'on 'In silence. .
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The "ball" had not been in
progress I have the natural human disposi- ,
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2 l half hour before his word fears Cadick's
an :
tion to hover around the mysterious,
:: were realized. He had paid for their
: "
I rpi the new, the unknown, but, in considering CAMICOSelfRising
: t Il r cents while Anne
tickets
: fifty apiece,
'' 1 ,. them during a long life, have
.
1 l I withdrew to leave ',her knitted shawl Flour
learned caution, and wonder others
5 in the'dressing room, and exchange a have not.
.
few joyous, whispered confidences with *

her best friend, Mabel Buck, who was
"': ';" a I' have been unable to decide on the
for her there when she returned '
waiting. ;
1'. best man I have ever known. Some-
.. he sat down beside her, to times I think he Is a noted publisherof

scrawl his Initials at frequent Intervals I have associated with '
:: : magazines 1'I I I
over her "program" with the'n'lall Intimately. At other times I
,r : tasseled pencil attached to it. The
think he may be a colored man who
.ir,: ,.;',, first, and last' dances were his by unwritten works about my yard. Again I consider SAVE MONEY. it is easy to .
::
\' '" law, of course, because he was Direct from '
an eminent physician have long order Your Roofing
. '. 1'I her escort ; but he wanted to secure as known Our and keep in "
x. ; at other times I consider a Factory you your
,; .', i many as possible in between these before carrier who delivers my mall, and a own pocket the profit others would : I

Y :/ the Hamstead fellows, who had who sells me supplies, get. We sell Direct to You and we .'
grocer
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if.. ,. \ come to know. her when she was going Pay the Freight. Write today for ,

,', i there to high school, butted In. He Free Samples and Price'List CP-45 .
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Right She Said at Length, As far back as I can remember

L Won't Say 'No' Yet, if You Won't had to hurry. David Noble and Austin everybody has been longing to see Savannah Fence & Roofing Co. ,)

Pester Me." : ,Gray were already crossing the floor everybody punished. .. Well, for Dept.CP45SAVANNAH :,

1 rve in their direction, and others would once we have all had our way ; I knowof GA. '
And I'd be a kind husband, We follow close upon their heels. who Is
,i, no one escaping punishmentnow. m
t. be happy. If ye can't say yes, "Don't take too many," whisperedAnne .7

!' ," say no neither. Not for a while, who was watching developmentsquite o *i JEx, sa

That's not askin1, much. of' as carefully as he was, but with "I can't see that he Is very smart," 71 ARE f is d/',

y"l other ends In view, "you don't want to those of us In the audience say of '
I
1 hesitated. She'' had no wish to make the, whole town think we're engaged l "l h; 'fJtlee&ALVANIZCO
those on the platform. (So far W\\\\ i1ti tlsrITCHING
1 t :! j unkind, and she was real ." as that goes, none of us' are. That's STEEL:LCCK-TIGNT>; -

fond of George. He was, as he "Why, of course I' do--! Everyone what's the matter with us.)

; not asking for much. knows we're keeping company Now, S !5iC fP ? l* J HfKtS
a right," she said at length, "1 "
< ., Anne- ,The story of neglect of old soldiers
p-;': : say no' yet, if you won'tpester' "If you say another word about it' does not
come entirely, or mainly,
,v ; And If you won't talk about' it tonight, I won't dance with you at from the veterans themselves. Backof STOP

more tonight.-Have you heard allHello, Austin, hello,. David,, I'm every soldier Is a half dozen or
'1 r there's going to be for music'at awfully glad to see you.-Yes, I've got more relatives who further enlargethe It's amazing how' this tormenting
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dance? .most of them free. George, do give me story of his wrongs, and spread It trouble-wherever it occurs-
settled back in the buggy back that Goodness you'vewritten
program. Into every nook and corner where a
a sigh of mingled relief and tri
your name all over it. Have taxpayer may be Influenced by pa- Resmol
"
\ you an eraser? triotism or sympathy. Office hold-

Wallacetown band's going to "No," said George doggedly. ers are also a vast army, and havea

- y s ," he replied "Four pieces.. I bet "Then I'll have to get another program large number of relatives and
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: be slick. I hear there's number ." friends back of them clamoring for

down from there to go to It. (TO BE CONTINUED.) still greater waste. Almost everyone Do you lack PEP ? .

r' who votes' Is 'supportIng a relative or
)''" '.: -' / / / / / / / -: -" / / / / / / .-'-'L"" -':-" L".JA Arc you all in, tired and.run down?
a friend intrenched at the public crib.

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' -. : : When I meet a nan on road, street,

... 'C.ij1': { -- farm, in shop or office, I can usually JlJ TONIC

Sa: ;( ;' all know that it does this to the ject of the moon's influence upon the understand him, but If I meet him in

{1 ,', on the earth creating the tides. earth. a book, or when he Is speaking in Will rill yes of

"I, 122 1 it' now is asserted that it distorts "Doctor Stetson described observa- public, I have found, as a general rule,
MALARIAand
;t q.. ( solid ground also. tions carried on by astronomers at he uses bigger words and expressions
:
Yy.':: s David Dietz, science editor of Mizuawa In Japan and at Tcjadjul In than I have been accustomed to. lu build you up.Used (for 65 years for Chills .,

<, Scripps-Howard newspapers: Russia to make exact determinationsof trying to understand him, I finally be-, Fever,MjUrU and '

observations from the latitudes of the two places. In- come Indifferent, and do not care much A General Tonic '

Japan and Russia support his struments known ,as zenith telescopesewre what he says. I am able to SOc and $1.00 At All

that the moon distorts the used In both places.. understand only the natural, simple Dranist.'i

of the earth as It travels across;: "There experiments indicated variations things I have long been accustomedto

slDr.: Harlan T. Stetson, well. I In latitude which kept pace with ; it is the way: I hare learned, and Dr. Perry1 Vmnifuge "Dead Shot" kills ,1

astronomer, told the American the moon's motion across the sky"- can do no better. And I do not apol- and expel worms in a very few hours. One
dose iufficee. It works quickly and surely,
union. Doctor Stetson is' Literary DIgest. ogize much, believing the apology All Druggists. 60c.

:4 of the Perkins observatory at :'r should come from .the other man. D Peer \
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Wesleyan First Letter-Post in EuropeThe

to Doctor Stetson, the Gist letter-post in Europe was We often hear of a boy that Is :. i' -

':, I not only raises tides upon the that set up In the Hanseatic towns "wild. Only I know how wild I was JifWright e

but also distorts the whole in the early Thirteenth century. Near when young, or how much tamer I .

-,' raising a great bulge In its sur the close of the same hundred years am now, and, through all my reflectionIs PHI Co.. 100 Gold Street. N. T. City

This bulge Is not stationary, but the University of Paris maintained realization I would have been better

around the earth so as to be couriers who took 'charge of letters off had I been tamed sooner. We are

: under the moon.I So great an and money for delivery throughout all masters In our natural dispositions,

: 1 I of the earth's rocks Is diffi France and adjacent countries. Louis never fully realizing we are subjects, pIMPLES

j 'to explain on the basis of present- XI established for his own royal usea and must patiently earn what we get

theories." mounted post, and instituted post In competition with others as kinglyas

It was found that the tides distorted stations on the chief roads of the ourselves. Children In nurseries Why be and embarrass prmplcs? Clear by blotchy up :Four skin skin erup like

I earth's surface so as to change the realm, about 1464. During the reignof show the princely disposition, and are doetorsdobydrlYlnetbepoIsonsontofyoursystem.. Print BJC T.and watch your QuiokIml'l'OTemcnt.

of Washington and Green Louis XIII there was an officer punished ; young men lately out of ; Thousands: say B
B.X.T.lsthehon y ,
enough so that at times they known as comptroller general of posts, school look for kingdoms to reign: over, B MUS'r MONEY II'LX BACK: YOU UY ray UR postmwi..SSfi

closer together by CO feet than at and presumably he presided over Ii' and encounter overwhelming rebellion. X H for largo double AL Blja.1.NF.LZIT bottlo.. y

+ Furthermore: comprehensive system for the trans- Some of them, when old, still babbleof Write PKUllUCT9 n4l.k CO. T

rt l "Additional support for this theory mission of mails. It is said that post sovereignty to be realized beyondthe T 314 West'SSrd6GN.Y.CItyWNU7 : .

from 'were In grave. I know nothing of the undiscovered -
come. ;both Russia and Japan. paid envelopes common use
t 'dispatches Indicate that these In the time of Louis XIV. They were country, but have tried to

"'I. nations are not congenial, but, the Invention of' one De Valayer, who, understand the known world In whichI 52; -33
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which they saw In the east, went before cigars made and in 'the quality ot

The Clewiston News I I them, till it came and stood cigars demanded by the trade, as

Published every; Friday in Clewiston, TOO LATE TO BY over where the young child was. compared with a similar period last

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, e' RUSSELL KAY ,When they saw the star, they rejoiced year.
IJIC.- I ii CLASSIFY I'I' with exceeding great joy.; And when Tampa's recently signed Cigar

II they were come into the house, they Labor pact is expected to make the

Keathley; Bowden, Editor I saw the young child with Mary his industry here more nearly competitive -
And while Congress is conSider-I I young clerk who borrowed $50 froman mother, and fell down, and worshiped with lower cost factories in the

ing NRA, PWA, AAA, illegal lender and was forced to him: and when they had opened north. -
Entered as second class mail matter and all the rest, I'd like to suggest pay $10 a month interest for two their treasures, they presented unto

February 1, 1927, at the Post one' more combination for the Na- years, or $240, and, still was not him gifts; gold, and frankincense,

Office In Clewiston, ,Florida, under tional Alphabet Soup that in my credited with one cent on the original' and myrrh. And being warned of .:..:..:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:..:N:N:N:N:N:N:..x..:N:..:N:..:..:..:.
the Act of March 3, 1897. humble opinoin would do as muchas loan. God in a dream that they should not ? '
WANTED i
any of the others have done toward If it is sound to lend billions to ( return to Herod, they departed into

Subscription- rate, $2.00 per year. a speedy recovery.I'd promoters for speculative construc- their own country another way." I +:;: NICELY DRESSED WILD :::.
application. like to see 'em set up a SLA tion, why is it any less sound to THE WISE MEN: Who'were they, ;:; RABBITS
Advertising rates on ( 2''
(Small Loan Administration). The lend a helping hand to a poverty- and whence did they come? Professor .. LIPS
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weakest link in the whole Recovery stricken citizenry, by lending them Moulton says that the priests in MOORE HAVEN, FLORIDA 'f'

Devoted to the advancement and set-up at the present is the inabilityof small amounts on good security ata Persia were called Magi, the word .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..: :....:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:.
welfare of' Clewiston and Hendry the average, run of the mill, citizen low rate of interest? If people which in English is translated "Wise

County.It's .. I Ii to get any sort of credit. could borrow up to say $500 from Men". Their religious conceptions in
II i Every year hundreds ot thousandsof their government on similar securityas various ways were similar to thoseof Watches Clocks, Jewelry

I people, honest, conscientious, hard that greedily accepted by ,the the Jews, including their exalted Jewelry Repairing

a little bit late to say Happy working, in need of a few hundred small loan concerns at an interest conception of the Supreme God. The W. H. MERRITT

New Year, so we'll merely inquire- dollars, and unable to get it from rate of even 8 percent, and repay- Jews had been carried captive Into

Have you broken yours yet? any other source are driven to pat- ment could be made over a periodof those regions and synagogues es WATCHMAKER & JEWELERRear

I ronize the loan shark and money from one to two years, I am con- tablished. The historians declare that or

The on'free pork to .i bootleggers, and once in the clutchesof fident the bulk of these loans wouldbe the people of the, east were expectinga Clewiston Drug. Company

these vultures, therp is little hope repaid. great king to arise in Judea. The CLEWISTON FLORIDA
the needy just in time to accompany '
was for them. Thousands of people would be ableto wise men may' have known parts of l'. O. Box 521
black eyed peas New Years
Day. It is estimated that 85 percentof clear up old debts in this way. the Hebrew scriptures.It "We Are Here To Stay"
the people of this country haveno In fact such loans could be con- is thought that 'the child Jesus
I
bank credit. Yet the bulk of I fined to the payment of debts, in was several weeks old when the wise /:

Marcus Fagg's ultimatum that I these people are honest, industrious. which case the government would I men arrived to worship him. Shortly '
drunks must be dismissed from CWA citizens, willing and anxious to meet issue checks to the creditors after thereafter God warned Joseph to 3. M t4: COUSE

payrolls may prove a serious handi- their just obligations. borrower had filed a statement. To take the child to Egypt to escape

cap to the work in a lot of localities.The Many are burdened with doctor further secure the loan, debtors' Herod's effort to kill' him, and after Counselor and Attorney at Law

bills, taxes and other debts that a notes could be endorsed by each Herod's death Joseph was told to

children have been makingthe few hundred dollars would take care creditor receiving a governmentcheck go back to his native land, and he Hopkins Building

most of the Christmas vacation, cf and set them free to work out for the amount so received. took his family back, but turned Wednesdays and Saturdays

aided and abetted by the presence of their destiny with an untroubled Repayment of such loans over a aside to dwell in Nazareth, where 0:30 to 4:00 ....

two (TWO) circuses in town during ; mind. year or two at low interest would not Jesus lived until he went into his

the holidays. Cleverly worded personal letters be difficult and the plan would enable ministry.

and advertisement urge them to hundrds of thousands to cleanup I .:..:..:..:..:..:..:W**.%*\XWV. .%*%*\.*W%....*WA ..V.*WWV
what need. It is their debts and make a fresh C.W.A. ORDERS DISCHARGE
"How to Drink Liquor and Stay BORROW they so (

Sober" is the question decided at a easy, no signaturrs to secure, just start. Doctors' lawyers, tradesmen, OF ANY DRUNKEN WORKER

convention of scientists. Even the come in and get the money, why lose business houses would all benefit. SPECIALChop .

old sots will find that scientists have sleep over debts let the Whosit Millions of dollars would thus be Tallahassee, Jan. 2-FNS- ,
Finance do worrying.No into immediate circulation. i Marcus C. Fagg, state executive, officer -
justified their existence, if the Company your put
trick works. high interest charge, the an- Of course the small loan interests of CWA employment, has notified Suey Dinners

nouncement states. Legal rates apply. would yelp that the government was county councils to discharge,

Tifton of the The legal rate, in this state is 42 going into competition with them, suspend or lay off any employees in delicious '
in Georgia, one
champion cUp lazy men sent in a ballot, percent. You may borrow up to three but the idea of the government in on civil works projects if the man ORIENTAL STYLED:.

tied to a dog's tail. Of course the hundred dollars if you have a steady business is not new. The govern-I continuously uses the money he earnsto : :

officials didn't count the vote but if job or personal property sufficient to ment is in open competition buy liquor 'and 'get drunk. TUESDAY and FRIDAYSIGHTWATANABE (
If the is of
they had, -the election would not cover many times over the amountof with many lines of business, one : employe guilty more
wouldn't hurt than one offense he is to be sus-
have resulted in a tie. your loan. more especially con-
But loan sharks dealing with sidering its character.So pended for a week and given a HOTELMrs.

ignorant clients have been known to let's set up a SLA (Small Loan definite warning. Then if the offenseis
The new stenographer from Hog he is to be F: R. Maxwell
go far beyond the so-called legal rate Administration) and do somethingfor repeated, permanently Prop.
Island said she always thought until dismissed. "In that event" said
,
in collecting interest on loans. Thereare the little fellow and at the same
now, that autointoxication had some- Fagg, "some provision will have to ':":":":":":":":":":":":":0.:0.:":":":":":":":":":.
cases on record that are astound- time reduce accounts receivable for
thing to do with driving while drunk. be made to'take' of the
care familyby
On the butcher the baker and candle
ing. an original loan of only ,
...-Tarpon Springs Leader. About $20 one man in four years had paid stick maker, who, if not concerned direct ,relief, for we cannot ":":":":":":":"' :":":":":.":":0.-':-":":":":.---:0" <
what you would expect of a stenog children for what
punish women and
$640 in interest and was still being over debts of their own are handi- t i
from Hog Island. drunken do." .
held by the loan company for the capped through the inability of men may :;. '" New' and Used :
principal. Another case is that of areth. creditors to 'pay at this time fFURNITURE
,; A brave man is Moissaye Bogus- CIGAR SALES GAIN IN

lawski, Chicago music authoritynot ,- LAST TWO MONTHS OF YEAR :: t

only for going about the world I .. .
when he 'had privily called the wise A (
with a name like that, but for de- Tampa, Jan 2-FNS-Tampa( .j.. :I:
THE GOSPEL BY MATTHEW: men, enquired of. them, diligentlywhat .z. .
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This year's study is opened by' six time the star and I
appeared;
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greatest harm to the art months in the first book of the New produced 292,285,457 cigars ::. GLADti i
.of any person during 1933. he sent them to Bethlehem, and said, in 1933. This number included all
Testament, the Gospel by Matthew.Its i :=
central purpose'is the presentation Go and search diligently for the I classes of cigars made in Tampa I:: FURNITURE COMPANY !.i.
There's room for many a sermon young child; and when ye have found factories. z
not to speak of editorials, in the of Christ ,as King, depicting his him, bring me word again, that I' may Cigar manufacturers are optimistic :.i,: Belle Glade, Florida :=::
reign over the hearts of men and his
little squib taken from Benny's Note- come and worship him' also. because of the fact that the last y
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book, by Lee Pape. "One day on the When they had heard the king, two months of the year indicated a i
earth. This is a spiritual kingdom, a :z. .:.
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rule of "righteousness, and peace, ':N:N:":":":":":":":":": :o.:":" : : : .x.o.:
found a big pearl. 'If' I, was a pearl
and joy in the Holy Spirit." Rom.
diver' instead of a sponge diver I

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'unibap cb'ool The Capernaum.printed part of our lesson text x

for today in Matt. 2: 1-12, follows: I Ety

bon "Now when Jesus was born in Beth-
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men from the east to Jerusalem, say- 't
FOR JANUARY 7, 1934
ing, Where is he that is born Kingof f + 3
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Subject: Birth and Infancy of the Jews? for we have seen his X.z.
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Golden Text: "Thou shalt call his worship him. ..YY S... ..t. \ J ,..Y.. .,z.. :
name Jesus: for he shall save his When Herod the king had heard ... .. z .f""

people from their sins. Matt. 1:21 these things, he was troubled, and f .} :j( ;
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Lesson Text: Matt. 1:1 to 2: 23 all Jerusalem with him. And when he yy yy.z. j
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.-, Times and places in tIre lesson are scribes of the people together, he A A !.I

given by Peloubet as follows: demanded of them where Christ n We Can Help You To Own A Home h
"Times.-Birth of Jesus, December -' should be born. And they said unto

B. C. 5. Visit of the wise men, him, In Bethlehem of Judea: for A A t- .

Janur ry, B. C. 4. Flight into Egypt, thus it is written by the prophet,

February, B. C. 4. Childhood and And thou, Bethlehem, in the land of Clewiston Home Association U f
Building
youth in Nazareth, B. C. 2 to A. D. Judea, art not .the least 'among i"(' :: :: :

X26. Visit Jerusalem. at the age of princes. of Judea: for out of the'
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twelve April, A. D. 8. shall come' a governor, trn* shag' I':. .!. t,' 'I .to.
Places.-Bethlehem, Egypt, Naza- rule my: people Israel Then llercd e:

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FRIDAY: ,. JANUARY 5, 1934 -- THE CLEWISTON NEWS --- -- PAGE FIVE

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NEW YEARS DANCE Mrs. ,Dan Futch of Punta Gorda, to the petition in the above entitled Development Company, et al, are defendants -

is visiting Mrs. C. A. Roberts this cause that the defendants George R, will, on :Monday, February
['Personal Mention I week. Miss Louise Ellis of Alva, wasa Gearry, Administrator, J. I. Triplett, I, 1934, between the hours of eleven j
Members of the Clewiston Golf Tuesday night guest of Mrs. Rob- H. H. Kerr and Mary E. Strayer o'clock, A. M., and two o'clock, P. M., .
Club and their guests 'enjoyed a New therein named are non-residents of at the front door of the County Courthouse -
.' .' erts. I I
\ \ Years dance at their new club houseon the Stale of Florida, and that the I j|I in LaBelle, Florida, offer for
: "' Robert Magill, ,James Rider and '' '
. : P. B. Mott was a week-end visitor the golf course. The club house, residence and post address of tliQ I' sale and sell at public outcry, to the
in Tampa. recently completed, was decoratedfor two guests, Henry and Grady Payne, defendants Geo. R. Gearry, 'Administrator (best and highest bidder for cash, the

\1 "' .. .. : the occasion with festoons of who spent the holidays in LaBelle, J, I. Triplett and H, H. Kerr I.following described real property in
: returned Saturday to Dcmorest, I is Mt. Jackson, Virginia, and that I II Hendry County, Florida, to-wit: ',
and white and
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hare spent green crepe paper
Georgia, where they are attending the residence and post office ,address All of Section one (1), in township
. of colored
in West Palm Beach. with strings lights.
Saturday
} .. Piedmont College. of the defendant :Mary E. Strayer, is 44 south, range 33 east. i. 1
The music was provided by a
Charles Davis teacher of the Muse Theological Seminary, Alexandria,
All of Sections three (3), four
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victrola and by a three :piece negro
'. '':... '.:. Mrs. Ray McIntosh left Sunday for school, spent the holidays at his Virginia, that there is no person in (4), five (5) and six (6), except \ I
: orchestra. the State of Florida the service of
'} L an indefinite stay with relatives in home at Lake Helen. right of way granted by South Flor- I ;
- .' The dance was the first affair of process upon whom ,would bind
; '' Winter Garden. John and Huston Stewart returnedto ida Farms Company to the A. C. L. :
-
i 'i, <: the kind, to be staged in the new Gainesville the first of the week either of the aforesaid defendantsand Railroad Company, by deed dated i

', r::. ,.,., ". club house, and it was a merry group with that they are each over the age January 3, 1917, recorded in Book I
the holidays
I / :. ? Mrs Adeline Meyers, of MooreJiaverti,1'spent that welcomed the new year in this after spending of twenty one years; it is therefore 49, page 207, of the Public Recordsof I
Mr. and Mrs. Selden
their
parents, that
ordered said non resident defendants -
Christmas week with Lee County, Florida, through sec- ;
; :' ; manner.
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{ I be and
Stewart.
: ). ;: ;Mrs,.Mary; 'Adaii.Mr. I L. they are hereby required tions 10, 15, 22, 27 and 34, of Town- I
: : : GIRL SCOUTS MEETING I Misses Lucille Hampton and Rosa to appear to the petition filedin ship 43 South, Range 33 East, and .;

,!0 it;: -, ........ Doub, LaBelle's two representatives said cause on or before the 29th through section 3 of Township 44 I
'
1 't. .:...and Mrs. Arnold Schuler visit- I at the Florida State- College for Women day of January A. D, 1934 otherwise south, Range 34, east, all in.town:

:,. ,- :Wi' ed relatives at Belle Glade and Members the local Girl Scout I at Tallahassee, returned to'' the; allegations of said petition will ship 44 south, range 34' east. I t
be taken as confessed by each and
(f.\ xr: Shawano.., during; the holidays. troop held an all day meeting at school Tuesday after spending the every of said defendants.It The West half (W*) and Southeast II
.. { ; ; the Scout Little House on Wednes- I holidays here. ordered quarter (SEVi) of Section 13. I
is further this
that
: \ [::.'; "Mr..: :: and .Mrs. L .L. Lowe are day, December 27th. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Roberts enjoyed order be published once a week for and all of sections 24, 25 and 36, all \

: parents of a baby son, who armed: The big event of the day was the the week-end with relatives in 4 consecutive weeks in the Clewiston in Township 43 South, Range 33 l

December 27th. dinner which was cooked on an open Punta Gorda and,Wauchula. News, a newspaper published in said Eas'twThe
:b Wednesday, fire. Miss Sally Middlebrough, Mrs. County and State. Southwest quarter (SWU)

Plans were laid for an out door Cecil Jackman and Miss Madge Hull WILLIAM T. HULL, and all of the North half (N1h ) of I

County Commissioner Dave Alston fireplace to be built in the near visited friends in Fort Myers Tues- Clerk 'Circuit Court. Section 7, situated, lying and being \

was in LaBelle Tuesday, attending future on the grounds. It was sug- day. (SEAL) By Inez Magill, D.C. south of the Nine Mile Canal, and !
half W'1h of Section 8 1
the West ( ) ,
r;. the :.regular, meeting of the board. gested that a party in the form ofa Mrs. Jesse McClellan, who has LOUIS O. GRAVELY, except 80 foot right of way as laid 1-

shower for the Scout house shouldbe been at home for the past two weeks, SOLICITOR FOR PETITIONERS.No. out and now occupied by :Moore 1
"
.4 ,: :Mr.,.: and Mrs. George Royal and given. The
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wilson were house and planting the groundsand Monday for further treatment pany across said Sections 7 and S;'' .!

':visitors in Belle Glade Monday event are in need of both furnitureand Byron Roberts of Wauchula?is all of Sections 17, 18, 19, 20, 21,
plants. visiting his brother, C. A. Robertsand t NOTICE 22, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33: and
ing.
." The remainder of the day was plans .to be with, him the remainder Sealed bids will be received until 34, all in Township 43 South, Range 1-1 1

spent on Girl Scout tests and songs. of the winter: 8 o'clock P. M.' February 5; 1934, 34 East; : ;
's Mrs., G..0. Wallace, for- :
Mr. and EXCEPT land released from the :
| Those Eft-
present were: Captain by the City Commission of the Cityof .
mer residents. Clewiston, now liv- ing, Lieut. Miller, Girl Scouts, Betty HINTS TO HOUSEWIVESPecan Clewiston, Florida, at the City lien of said mortgage as is more ,;.'
visiting friends shown in :Mortgage : -
ing in Pahokee, were Hall Clewiston Florida for furnishing particularly
Spicer, Peggy-Gallant, Gladys Wood, ;
here Sunday; to the City complete fire fight- Satisfaction Book 1, pages 280 and
Willie V. Hooker, Bobby Spicer, Filling for Cake
Public Records of Hendry
495
Jackie McKenzie, Eddie Lewis, Julie Use 3 cupfuls granulated sugar, 1 ing apparatus including, fire truck Florida
County
,
with minimum ,
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Egley spent Ann Oglesby and Elizabeth Winn. cupful boiling water, the whites of 3 pumping capacity of
to said decree and all costs.
satisfy
300 gallons per minute and acces-
the N'e\y Year week-end with Mrs. eggs, 1 cupful chopped raisins, 1 cup- '
sories; 1000 feet standard 2inch ALLEN CLEMENTS, '
'Y Egley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. INDUSTRIAL SURVEY ful chopped pecans, 1A cupful chopped fire hose with couplings attached; Master in ,

y Pape, at their home in Lake Worth. ti'F: STATE UNDER( WAY citron, % cupful candied cherries suction hose complete; leader lines; Special Chancery
cut fine and 2 tablespoonfuls lemon EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER,
shut off nozzles; Siamese; 30 foot
First National Bank Bldg.
An industrial survey of the stateis juice. extension ladder; 12 foot roof lad- ,
Major B. C. Dunn of the United Miami, Florida,
now being conducted by the State Dissolve the sugar in the water der. The'right is reserved to reject
office in Jacksonville Solicitors for Plaintiff.No. .
'y. = States Engineer's "
t1 ,: Chamber of Commerce with funds and boil without stirring until the any or all bids. '

a,.. business was"connected In' Clewiston with Tuesday the sub-on provided by the CWA. The survey syrup will thread from a spoon. Beat BY MISSION.ORDER OF THE CITY COM 4C. Jan. 5, 12, 19, ,26; Feb 2. '

will seek to learn what is being the egg whites well, and pour this

; office here. manufactured in Florida, who is doing I I upon them, beating constantly while M. W. BIGG,

the manufacturing, what selling I pouring. Beat until the icing is cold, City Clerk.

k/fir Mr. a.nd Mrs.' Keathley Bowden, of methods are employed, sources of add fruit and ,nuts; and spread on "i\ D. DUFF ,

Moore Haven,' arrived Monday to raw material nad similar questionsof the cake. :Mayor.No. I UTOPIA I
5C. January 12, 19, 26.
,"make .their}home in Clewiston. They interest in industries.The Nut Cookies

have an apartment in the Hays survey is designed to render Take 1 .cupful,sugar, .2 eggs, 2cup-

.... ,building.., ', :.. definite assistance to existing indus- fuls flour, 2. cupfuls of mixutre of NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE I POOL PARLOR :; :

: tries and to encourage new indus- raisins, currents dates, and nuts, 2-3 i

: :'f '" _. .. -" Mrs'.:.,. J.'F.' Tlp'pey:' Mr., .and' ', 'Mrs.'Zerney tries to enter the state.. County trade teaspoonful soda, 1-2 teaspoonful NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
'c'( i., Meredith and daughter,: Mrs. and civic authorities are cooperatingin nutmeg, 1 teaspoonful, 1 cupful the undersigned Special Master in Now Open ;

,;. ':: Ivor u.rnh..am and A. L. HackettWere'Wsitors the project, and it is believed that butter,; 3-4. cupful._ milk, 2, cupfuls Chancery. by virtue ,of the final decree -
>. 5., }'' >''RCvM15iniV: Monday, attending the way will be paved for entranceof uncooked oatmeal,. ). teaspoonful. cin-' of foreclosure ,entered, in thatcer'tain In Alston Building Near Inn :,

; the, football game. new' industries' with Additional namon,. ,and 1-4. teaspoonful .ground. cause pending in the Circuit
I, ,
.
,. Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuit
I r ,; ,t."c' payrolls and increased population cloves.:
; of Florida, for Hendry County, in
,A' t Miss Mary Kline, Miss Jewel Rus- Cream butter and 'sugar, and add BarberShop In Connection
Chancery being Case No. 635 wherein
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:
.. sell Joe Johnson, Andrew Berry and well-beaten Add salt
eggs. spices ,
W. G. Troxler, as successor trus- will open on or about Jan. 6
Thomas? ',Jones' were among the LaBelleNews fruit and nuts to the flour and oat- tee, is plaintiff, and Sugarland

;., Clewiston residents. attending the meal, and mix with the batter. Drop
Years dance in Fort Myers.S. -- from-a buttered tins and
New :: teaspoon on ,
ItemsLIBRARY bake in a hot oven until. crisp and -:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNNN., ., ., :N:..:. :.

J. Lloyd, of Tuscaloosa,. Alabama brown. ,'

:': arrived Sunday for a few Steamed Pecan Bread Turner's Berber ShopHopkin's

F! s weeks visit, ,and; is staying at the BOOKS Mix together and sift 1 cupful each

: Clewiston: Inn. Mr.. Lloyd is connected of corn meal, graham or rye flour,

;,' ,)with the University of Alabama. The Community Library of LaBelle and white flour, 3-4 tablespoonful Building

wishes to acknowledge at this time baking soda, 1 1-2 teaspoonfuls salt.

." ,' and D. B. McCarthy, the gift of three books from MrsF.
L. A. Turner cupfuls coarsely chopped pecans, put 6
For Jan.
:, .. -'of 'Okeechobee, have been spending B. Favor. Mix 3-4 cupful molasses and 2 cup- Open Business Saturday,

.. : several days' in Clewiston. Mr. Tur- The books are, "The Spoilers", fuls sour milk or buttermilk. Pour

1r"Y; ner has rented'a room in tie Hopkins "Green Archer" and 'Daisy and wet ,mixture into dry mixture and

:. building and' is establishing a bar- Daphne", and are available at the stir until well mixed. Add 1 to 1 1-2: ..... Experienced Operators .

: ber shop' there. library. into well greased molds, filling them
2-3 full. Cover and steam 3 to 3 1-2 GIVE US A TRIALAAAA fN

tl s \.. Among those attending the New BENEFIT BRIDGE hours. : :..V.\ .%*VVW\AA/WA.%*%1%AAAA.*MAAAA*%.:N:H H 11:N N:N N:1:N N:.:N N:N N:.-:aN1
.,. Years dance at the Elks Club in Fort Pecan Brown Betty

Myers were Keith Hartsfield, Herbert In an effort to meet the regular Take 1 cupful bread crumbs, 3

?tl, Thomas, Parker Wilson, Lefty monthly payment on the Encyclopedia cupfuls apples, chopped fine, 2-3 cup- ... . . . . . . .. .. ...........'...........................................
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yc : f Baker, Dick Hooks and Carl John- set at the library, the Woman's ful sugar, 2 tablespoonfuls butter; II.. .II.IINNN1111. . .N,1NNIINNNNNII. . . .IINNNNNIINNNI. .II

son. Community Club sponsored a benefit 1-2 cupful pecan meat (choppedfine .'.

bridge at the club rooms Tuesday ), and 1 teaspoonful cinnamon.Mix '.111.l A.:.

: I Mrs. Emma Shultz and ''Mrs. Zena afternoon.Due bread crumbs with melted but- y A

r t Egley were business visitors in to several of the members'being ter, add sugar, spice and chopped

Moore Haven Wednesday out of town, the attendancewas pecans. Butter a baking dish, plac- )! CLEWISTON 60LF i iI

Mrs. Egley also drove 'afternoon"1 rather small, there being three ing in same a layer of chopped ap-

t4: to attend the meeting of the Palm. tables( at play. High score was made ples; then a layer of the above mixture .

'' Beach County Federation of Wo- by Mrs. Gordon Perry.LEAGUE of bread crumbs, etc., alternat- !

mans Clubs, which was entertainedby ing layers until all materials are I COURSE p

/ _the Moore Haven club ,on that PICNIC used, having the top layer of the a
.
; day. bread crumb mixture. Cover and bakein y
}S T Red bugs and mustard in unex- moderate oven for three-quarters y .

o Among those attending the ,joint pected places were features of the of an hour, removing the lid only :::: :;:

installation services of the Moore picnic given by the local Epworth during the last 15 minutes to allow y ..

Haven Masonic Lodge and Eastern League at Rope Bend Tuesday even- to brown : : .
.. top serve hot or cold with .' :i: '
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Star Chapter held in Moore Haven ,ing. hard
whipped cream, sauce, or lemon A
last week were Mr. and Mrs. A. W. The' group, about 25 of LaBelle's sauce. + AY

: Lawrence, Misses Marcia Avant, younger set, ,were reported to have AY
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$
Louise Waldron and Ulla Jacobson, had a very enjoyable time at this -

E. B. Butler, Joe Cato and A. W. popular picnic ground and aside IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, \

I Sias. from a few red bug bites gained during TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, ...[Open IothePllb1icH] i

a battle with Spanish moss, hopeto OP FLORIDA COUNTY, IN FLORIDA.AND FORIIENDRY
,
1 MRS. SCHARNBERG'S TEA be 'able to enjoy an outing of the A

same kind again. HENDRY' COUNTY, FLORIDAby 01 Ay A
;' Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg was hostess F. L. DUNAWAY, Dave G.

-'},.... at a delightful tea at her home SLUMBER: PARTY Alston, Ray C. Hull' B. F Ma-
'( Friday afternoon. The lovely house gill, and Alto Hires, County :: :;:

; was attractive with Christmas decorations Fourteen LaBelle girls, under the Commissioners of Hendry Coun- 'S'; Y .' ..:..
ty, Florida, for the use and '. ... '. :
\' which centered about' the chaperonage of Mrs. R. J. Moon helda : :
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benefit of Hendry County, Flor-
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\ :, traditional Christmas tree.' slumber party at Rope Bend Wed- .;.
; ida, for State Road Purposes. .;.
,'1 A delightful refreshment courseS nesday night. ComplainantsVs.
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S1\..." was served at the tea hour to Mrs." Aside from the outdoor scene of :;: Moderate Green Fees. I :;:

\ ,' F. D. Duff, Mrs. J, P. Percy, Mrs. the party, things went much the GEO. R. GEARRY as adminis-

/ ,. .. Clyde Byrd, Mrs. F. A,; Paris, Mrs. same as is customary in such cases, trator of the estate of L. Trip- Exceptional Fairways I i
: ,H. A. Bestor, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. much party and very little slumber. lett deceased, J. I. TRIPLETT, = '

W. P. Bigg, Miss Jane Harrington, H. H. KERR', and MARY E. o. interesting Greens i;

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r---- ODD TREASURE
HUNT

A Fe.w While a man of ninety-three lookson

,; helplessly,villagers of Mazaretchevo -
Bulgaria, feverishly search for a
OUR COMIC SECTION Little Wes hidden treasure. Neglecting their

I homes'and fields, they have dug pits '
and trenches in the vicinity of where
the aged man believes the gold ".
Some will be ruined if they do not
q 9 find it, but the nonagenarian believes

D Events in the Lives oj Little Men J D Q V ; that he fears a "spell"to reveal guards the the exact gold, spot and

vi+y where the treasure lies. The rush

rtllIIII/; \ was started when he told how, when
TiNE watching his father's flock 84 years
Y
WfiAT ? NOT UP
/ ago, he found a jar filled with gold
MAN, f is, AFTER THE LOGIC OF THE SITUATION coins. He carried it home, and fell

r0ti r .' YOU LL ill that night. Believing that a magic
ARDY TO SCHOGE.T OL "Henry," exclaimed Mrs. Peck one spell guarded the treasure, his par-
evening, "are you aware that for the ents took It back to the place where
UP/I last hour I have been reading you my It had been found and burled It deep.
club essay on 'Women i in'j>oHtlcs'?" Fear kept the son from telling the /

"Yes, my dear, I know it," responded story until recently.
Henry.
"But you went to sleep. Is that
showing me the proper deference?"
"Why shouldn't I go to sleep? The
superb logic of your arguments met
/ every doubt so completely! and solve-
// //// / CHAPPED
/
/ 1 every problem so absolutely that I was
won over right at the start and I LIPS
thought it was not necessary to stay


I:; I / awake."Well", then, that's all right, Henry."

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ALL OVER NOW chapping, roughness,
cracking.apply soothing,
""") cooling Mentholatum.

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c 1.rt.tn t' t,. t has a lovable disposition ,new pep and vitality.
"So you had all the men followingyou Heed Nature's warning:Sluggish bowels invari-
ablyresultin poisonous wastes ravagingyour system -
at the resort
summer often the direct cause of headaches dizziness -
"Yes. It was really too easy. Why, ,colds complexion troubles.NATURE'S
THE FEATHERHEADS Letting Her Down REMEDY-the laxative-
mild,all-vegetable I
I didn't even have to wear my three safely stimulates the entire eliminative tract-
most extreme bathing suits at all." strengthens regulates the bowels for normal
Soy IF YOU'RE GOINGft natural function-
"f vE4 ing.Get a 25c box e
FELL'
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&& THAT WAY I'M Father's Not Worried: today at' your'druggist's. '

(OU CSOIKKSTO .ASKT: Y'OLJ FOR Father's bedroom door opened in the relief for acid indlgestlOt1o -
LOVE You SOl MONEY FOR ANEW middle of the night. He sat up in bed. "TU MS"Quick beartburn.Only lOco

; DRESS "Who's there?" he asked.
'r "Me, dad," said a small voice.
SOr.WHAT ? XSO THAT'S IT? "What Is it, sonny?" asked the boy'sfather

f AND W'-UFE' DO mystified."I .

\ ji., '1'OIJTtHNK I'LL think: there's a burglar down- I ,
GET 1"HEMOf.JE '(? stairs, dad," said the boy fearfully. '
c Father yawned sleepily. "That's all

L right, my boy," he said, "Toddle backto !
bed. He'll get nothing here but

practice." RElA '.

Tired

X11UPET'fIN& "D'you know, Mrs. 'Arris, I some

times wonder if me husband's. grown

tired of me." St. Joseph Aspirin is wrapped
"Whatever makes you say that, Mrs. '
cello.
in moisture-proof
l 'Iggs?"
+ It's fresh and
always
phane.
---ice "Well, 'e ain't been 'ome for seven
effective.
NOVV: DEAR, "(ot1- k1oN/; V\ years." fully

I'M NOT TH AT V World's Largest Seller at 10c
Leave It to Bachelors
sr1"rVef -
It-JqUf six.
Bachelor Uncle-Baby weeksvold,
ASK FOR IT BY NAME *
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WELL ALL, Proud Father-Oh, .no, not yet.
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THIS IS \frrM| Bachelor Uncle-Boy, eh? H.Bi1PARKER'S

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-- Generous Portion

-I .. 'Til examine you for $10," said the
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right," said the victim, "and If
HAIR BALSAM
, \\i find it I'll give half."
I you you Removes DandruffStops Hair Falling
r Imparts Color and
6 1 Beauty to Gray and Faded Hair
Big Success"Is 60c and$1.00 at Droegista.Wkai .
-, Hj eogch&n, ,.PateWuo.N,Y.
your commercial school for girlsa FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use ia
\\1'r4\ great success?" connection with Parker's Hair Balsam.Makes) the
hair soft and fluffy.50 centa bymailoratdroggists.
"Yes, GO per cent'of the pupils have .HiflcoxChemicaJWorka.Patchogue,N.Y.
married their employers.".
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ASK FOR IT BY NAME
SNOW DRIFTSBoastful ppS1ua

4' Newspaper Union I 1 5c ENO GE 10c O .
Stec WHITE PETROLEUM JEIIY .

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Try to Answer It THE OLD STORY Well Trained:
"I say daddy-" began little Tommy, I The train had stopped on the line r 1
"what" y Doctors Give Creosotey
Mi
and the guard was tired of answering
"Ask your mother," answered the stupid questions.

x? ? Tired father. "What's the matter, guard?" came For Dangerous Coughs

--;;'., "Well, but this Isn't a silly question. yet another query. For many years our best doctors have
1 want to ask you" "The signalman up there Las got prescribed creosote in some, form for

red hair," replied the guard, "and coughs, colds and bronchitis, knowing i
pass\ the how dangerous it is to let them hang on.
i All Are That II we "can't, get the engine to Creomulsion with creosote and six
box
She-Nowadays women can be any- other highly important medicinal ele- ; ". ,
;: thing 1 1\ly.'slster will soon be a qualified ments, quickly and effectively stops all ,J.,. "
:: architect. "How did the accident happen?" He Just Works There Candidate-I shall sweep coughs and colds that otherwise might

F He-I hope that doesn't mean she "I can't make it out. According to Client-I am sorry for you, havingto everything before me. lead to serious trouble. ....
A' will be a-designing creature. the statements neither side was in anyway be a waiter In this appalling restau- Snow-weary Citizen-Well, I wish Creomulsion is powerful in the treat- ;

to blame. rant. they would take, you out of politicsand ment of all colds and'coughs yet it is
\ SLOW MOTION Waiter-Oh, I. don't have my food put you at the head of the street- absolutely harmless and is pleasant and
Doesn't Explain Hitler here. JFASHION cleaning department. easy to take.
Your guarantees Creo-
recently own druggist
Prof. Albert Einstein gave
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mulsion by refunding your money if you
what ho considered tha best formulafor NOTE Unknown Langauge are not relieved after taking Creomul
., ." success In life. "If a Is success In Visitor-And little the
'" ;, Lady so your sion as directed. Beware cough or
life, l' should say the formula Is a baby brother can talk now, can he? cold that hangs on, Always keep Creo
equals x plus z, x being. work and y Bobby-Yes, he can say some words mulsion on hand for instant use. (adv.)
being play." very well.
"And what Is z?" inquired the inter- Lady VIsitor-How nice! And what

O v J viewer. words are they? '
"That," he answered, "Is. keeping Bobby-I don't know. I've never E6'11ttA1'MENTL :
0 your mouth shut.-Chrlstlan Register. heard any of them f-W

Pathetic Case Oh, Mercy! r A"V* CUR A ment the new.for Eczema scientific works treat.Li .
"A moth leads an'awful.life." like magic even in the most stubborn cases
.", "You say they are in desperate *.. according to actual reports from grateful users.
wants?" "Are the Newriches entertainingthis "How come? f It is mild soothing. stops the itch and heals
sort "He spends the summer In a far quickly. Send your name today for a free trial.
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of "
' "What. a platform did yourcandidate "No, only his wife-:she's desperate season? / '
A, Oiicaga'n'
106th Dept
coat and the winter In a bathing suit. Medico Lab.,2E03 East St.
run on? because he can't give her everythingshe "Entertaining! Well, I should rather -
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/j J Has Weather Man 'Misses; .. HIS PRECIOUS PEARL 1
Niagara Long '
I' They Close Him Up The newly married couple were .. ,j I

CHAP ,
: Warsaw.-An extraordinary rea- having turkey for the first time.I ,'.1

son Is stated to have brought about : "I don't know how it Is," remarked1' 1
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Ii' : ;:' : "Life the husband, "but this bird's "
Expectancy the stoppage of the weather fore '
cast of the Meteorological station I AND bones all over it Just listen to :
.'''' ; knife on them."
here
got0'1"-0'1"
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1'' ,, ; ," ,,: ( It Is said that just before he set Those aren't silly bones you-those, ,

At : Present Rate of Wear per cent passes to the left, over the3,006foot out on a journey one of the' ministers SELLS' shells." :i
consulted the official weather
Canadian Horseshoe falls.
i "Shells "
? 1
r< Wjll Last:20,000'Years.. forecast and read that the "sun 1 ..
"Without destroying Its scenic .
"Yes. Don't remember ;"
I will shine all day _and the temperature you you ":;
beauty, man has put Niagara to work. said liked with :
you turkey
r Washington.-Dry rocks recently exposed will be warm." lIe went and oyster :
,
By treaty, Canada and the United stuffing?" 'i
at Niagara falls .where normally got wet. :
Slates agreed on the maximum amount "
'';"L:' tons-'of' water per second plunge 1GO This so annoyed the authorItiesthat ,, ,"
ot water each divert for the 'I
may gen- IN RESERVE Night Work
feet Into' the Niagara gorge; the comparative the forecasts were stopped altogether "J
trickle of water In the Ni eration of electric power-30,000 cubic Freddy had been sent 'borrow a The magistrate looked hard at the /

agara, river; and a drop of some '20 fret n second by Canada, 20,000 by the gardening fork from Mr. Brown next rough-looking' individual In the docks ,..:','

$ feet in the water level In the gorge United States. Today Niagara sup- door. "How comes it that you dared to 1

r' : ,, all caused by a strong east wind- plies light and power to.' cities and MAKES MAGIC PAY "Daddy says will you lend him break into this gentleman's house in ,'7
have revived the "How long towns within a radius of more than the dead ':
of .
query: your fork? he asked, politely. night? he asked.

t will Niagara falls last?"- 200 miles. r, "But haven't you forgotten some- The man in the dock shrugged his ';

In 1931'" when a crash of rock Drafted in World War. r thing?" reproved Brown, who ,was shoulders helplessly. ; ;

; changed the: 'contour of the falls, "Perhaps the average visitor de- rather strict on manners.- "Well ;your worship," he replied ;

geologists were pressed for an opin Freddy looked puzzled for a moment "last month you 'ad me for steal- -
ion on life- llghtl 'g In the beauty of ,the fads\ is up '.ii
'N'iagar
: : rs probable span.
in broad
t.naware that It was drafted for' service Then he brightened up. ing daylight Ain'.t I going
When 'thevfalls
4' in 1848'the nearly "ran' dry",asked bade :I in the World war. It performed "Oh, yes," he replied. "Daddy to be, allowed tO'work at all?" ,
same question was
"Niagara started spill over a cliff Its service well, and both before and said, 'If the old miser refuses, try ':',)
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about 30,000 'years ago approximately since hasplayed a leading role in the Mr. Jones.: Defined

i '' seven miles farther ,down the Niagara -American industrial world. When im Father-What is a debtor? ,::1",''
the portation of grinding materials from .J I The Magnetic Pole Son-A man who owes money. ", t'
river than present falls, says a o ,,' ,
Josephine-I understand hada Father-And what is a creditor? '
bulletin from the National[ Geographic Asia Minor ceased. during the hostilities you
chance to meet Paderewski whenhe Son-The man who thinks he is
society. '"If thefalls are permitted to in' Europe, American, manufactur p M
their here for his farewell going to get It 'back. Vancouver
concert. '
arid do attempted to make own. They /" was :
wear away, continue. : to so, lit s : ,
y their, present rate, about '4 feet;. an failed In their first experiments because b How did you 'like him? s. Province. ,

I nual Yrrj.they will tear down ",the''re. of ,the lack of electric currentat rf Gertrude-Oh: ,he's just too fasci- '

v. f', maining*JG-miles: 'df.t.fthe"riv between a' price' the new venture could afford nating for'anything.. Gob Humor +

'f.; ,the .falls and Lake Erie some .. time to pay. Those' who backed the Josephine-He must be one of Mess Cook McGarry (at football

?;v.qt about the, year 23,033."Each process thereupon went to Niagara those magnetic Poles they tell about training table)-How did you find "

, j ,j& ,year more than 2,000,000, VIsitors falls, set up a plant, and founded the' -Pathfinder Magazine. the meat? F'

.,, from ,ali"'over'the world view the artificial abrasive industry. ClemenS-By: looking under the

: :" avalanche waters spilling from the ''How much this industry has meantto ift How 'It's Done potato.-U. S. S. Holland Hollander.

', fals'"creslTo", the foamy bubbling pool America is difficult to overestimate.To "How is it that that wizard den-

at its feet; Ori 'th "'Ups of nearly, every : take the grinding machinery out tist at the circus side-show can pull Was It Monday? w

:--,' observer is, the query : 'Where, of the automobile factories, the mu u 9 teeth so painlessly?"' The Bosun-Why didn't you re-
f try.
:i
," '- does all the:water come from?' 'Froma nition plants, the locomotive works, "A brass band blares out so loud- port those signals from the flagship?

a hug-'Y7'basin< : nearly 'as large 'in area car foundries, and machine shops of ly at the dentist's signal that the The Rookie' -I thought ,they were '

th //State-of Texas=four'of1 the five the would audience' hear the just out their
as country paralyze the na-. Miss June Warsaw of Grand Rap- can't :victim when hanging wash.-Brooklyn -

GreaWLakes,' :answer-geographers. .. ,and tion's whole Industrial 's 'stem. Ids, Mich., is earning her way throughthe he hOllers.-Pathfinder Magazine Daily Eagle. !

hydraulic! engineers. "In addition Niagara's electricity University of Michigan by teach-

,Fed by Million! Springs. contributes normally to the manufacture ing tricks of 'magIc to her fellow stu-
CROSSWORD PUZZLE
; = "A million springs ,replenish the of aluminum, chemicals, wood dents and giving instruction In the ; ,

basin which holds captive ,nearly half' pulp, paper and even to the baking 'art, at which she is an adept though
,
r9z
2 4 5 6 liS'
of the; fresh water 'in ,the, world.' As of" breads." net a professional, magician. : II ,

..r the vast basin,-of, ..Lake Superior fills 16 i :

and overflows: the waters descend and, -- 4 : = 1 : I
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': mingle with those:of Lakes-Huron and I 17 /8 19 2Z3 /. -
Former Kaiser Pursued Fears
; Michigan' and the,three pour the combined by

,":':, flood .of their overftyw into Lake foZZ 24 as

", Erie. v
26 Z7 ZB 29S0 31 32 ,
:: "The vast aggregate volqme'of sur- Attempt'on Life Shakes His men because he is headstrong and refuses
:'; plus water' from the foi r"lakes, 'seeking
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:" to guard his words, even for ]3 3" 3S 36
'i' an outlet to the sea breaks Feeling of Safety.
Adolf Hitler, Germany's new leader.
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,: through notch'on the east rim of
/V1.J :: ', ,He loves to spend his evenings in the 31 3e 39
""".; Erie's b sin;'m 1iing the i river.
...,..*" Niagara Amsterdam.-Getting more and more rosarium where he cultivates nearly
Shortly before the Niagara river distrustful of people as he grows older,' every kind of rose and which he opens 4. 2 4J...

; ,' reaches the precipitous cliff over \vilhelm II former kaiser of
Germany
.J<, to the public during the day.
,'; which it'hurls its waters, Goat island is becoming increasingly a hermit at The sound of Westminster chimes .s I

'. separates the stream into two channels his castle.at Doom Holland.
comes through the trees. Four years ;47 48 t9 so J 52 53 54 :i
About G cent of the
per water
{ Although; occasionally he visits a ago Wilhelm had a clock with chimes
passes to the right over the American friend 'in the village, his hermit tendencies put in the belfry of the garage becauseIt 55 S' 57 SI 5l' <66/
,falls in a symmetrical sheet more than reminded him of his when
have been strengthened by an boyhood,
1,000 feet wide, and the remaining 94 attempt on his life last year. But he his English mother was never happy IiINIIiiI '

r is just as afraid of a common cold as without her clock with the Westminster .
1 S' G6' G7 fie
Waves Toss Seven Perch he is of an assassin. None of his cour- chimes. g

,":., tiers, his wife, or children are allowedin Though Germany may never call him --o 71 7Z. 73

; ; ;, Right at Angler's Feet his presence if they betray the back. Wilhelm shrugs his shouldersand

Ji--::"- I Fairmont MInn.-He didn't cast a slightest symptoms of' a cold. As for remembers that "they, too, can 74 76' 7' 77 78 79

,rr t line when he went fishing the other the former kaiser, one 'sneeze sends serve who only stand and wait"

:,,;::: :' day during a gale but :Millard Finlay him to bed,. to remain?'until the court eJ

';.( went home with fish for dinner. physician has routed the last cold EE EE
' -.1' French Air'' ,
Pilots'
to
; As he was about to turn back reluctantly germ. .

' '',: : after deciding the wind was ,' ,The attempt by a madman to kill Have Church for Own Use
"
T., too strong for fishing, an obligingwave him with' a knife has taken away Wilhelm's Paris.-A Copyright.
,! church is being built for
: he says, tossed an elegant perch feeling of safety. Even the Horizontal.IRe.erved 27-A yoleano.".' 2 -Open space
French
;', at his feet More followed. airmen. .. 30-Vehicle ," 31-Interested
When the high steel fence, topped with barbed catfish
Officially the parish church of 32-Lord 34-Au.traUaD
wind got too cold for him he went .wlr\ and the Dutch guard of six men 3-A'ccorcl1ng' t* value 30-Elements of plants ,
: Nouveau Bourget the village on the 11-Fulfill 14-Pronoun J
I4oDltches'
home with seven perch the wind had; do not reassure him., Comfortable 38-Oriental eight (pl.)
border of Le Bourget the shrine 42-Turn to the right
brought in. He becomes Increasingly difficult to le-The substantive verb '
will contain 47-Fbonolop
44-Fate
a chapel dedicated to Our 17-A land measure19Traveler's
-handle With'the passing! years. His Lady of the Skies. bag 48-Emits fames 40--Small amount

': Century-Old Schoolhouse ,bowing, smiling "shadow" court has New Bourget which numbers 7,000 21-A room In a harem 50-Defy c)1-Biblical 53 character-Weird
52 Arrive
Brookline, Vt.-A :one-hundred-year.r -. ,had one duty all these'years-to "keep Inhabitants has been 22-A high hill 23-Entlrelr -Made tender
'' growing ever 24-That Javanese statement i56Disease
old schoolhouse here, is completely his majesty quiet. 'He is' protected of grape leaves
since the famous 25
airport was turned --By 20-To become weary .
round. : 68-What Eve was made of
'from unknown callers and
newspaper 2S-A sounding Instrument
over '
exclusively to civil aviation. It 32-A branch Stretching (old)
Is expected the village will number 62-An arsenal 6S--A son of Shem
S3 SC Wheat
-Growing: oat 7
00-Act of stealing 1
; 15.UUU inhabitants by the end of 1033. 3G-Eowt Indian climber
07 A worker In wool
F\ Lambs at the Live Stock Show St Charles du Nouveau Bourgetwill 37 SO--Animal Conscious coagulant being 70--Forward 72-Exist I

be the name of the church in 40-Wool fabric 41-A maiden'43The 70-Cup with four handles ry
77-The entire man
memory of Charles Nungesser. The tongue 45-Grntnlty .,
j.t I .. 78-One who has extreme political
+ arM7lAe Vw'ks1JP 'kY.4 f'q/ Y y! shrine is ,officially dedicated to the 46-A plant views (
4S -Expressing1 pleasure
memory of Mgr. Charles Gibier, bishopof Cornmeal mush 55 Dilatory 'Io"I
.J airmen, who died In 1031. 67-To fortify 60-Colored glass :
Ol-Fidelity 02-:Melodies!
"i ( ,. The church built on ,the simplest C4-Invest with a fee 05-Tramp Solution :;3;;
t/J" #Iiaii lines, will cost about one million '66-A taperIng mandrel OS-Force .r,
francs, not counting the three caril- 0&-Single 70-Electrical unit
71 An extinct bird'73Point
SHY ADV LbREMHE
lon bells to be installed In the belfry '
;! of the compass :: \ 1 E SEFUL ;) l...QE $
and 'of which the largest will toll for 74-Goddess of dawn ,;
RE CARPETBAG ODATo
if. flyers in general and the middle one 75- That which Is recent :
..JTO
ALL PER
78--Of the Tartar race
for pilots. The small one will be for '
80-What every woman ndds TIRE SEAGAGE LIMB
general use. 81-A 'Vessel' NATE.TRIGO MAL00 \
The alrme 's chapel l will be presided 82-In regard to 83-Still RENNET" EGO. MERINO ',/
84-An American lizard 85-A color '1
over by a white limestone statue' D L GA GLOSSA

of Our Lady of the Skies-a work of Vertical.1Deranges OAT.. IKFE '
oI5MI t L-ED ATTOL :
modernistic simplicity which represents :
the Virgin with head lifted and 2-The len<7/ns lady 4-Divide* REMIS ARM SMALTO -\i
6-A scoundrel C-Serpent TRbTHARIAS ENFEF
arms outstretched, as if she were Sheltered side 8-Many times H.K TREBLE DINT
about to "take off." O-Mildew on plant 10-Excite ONE OH MOA SSE '

12-An ancient' puzzler. E0s N OTERISM I E i1N 1 1PS )
13-Chronicle of a ,.enr18CoDlml..lon' i
-FRIGATE IRS ;

v 1 ,Salt Lake, City Feline 20-Depart 21-An Asiatic 10-Calcium shrub YET PTY PRE RED )

c\ Objects to U. S. Mail Box J. '

Salt Lake City, Utah.-Somewhere, MORE SATIISFACTION .

is a large black cat who scorns the tCAN'T

dispatch of Uncle Sam's postal serv-

,, ice when It comes to getting places. BE BOUGHT J ,

Patrolman W. W. Rogers hearing a !

noise In a corner- mail box, called the

I post office and a man was sent to

open it.Rogers.

lifted the howling animal

from the box and was 'attempting to

!!: .. ... .- -" .,- _.. --- ...- .1* I see If some practical joker had at-

'J tached proper postage and address,
J : :, Here Katherine Sheldon of Oneonta, N. Y., 'nineteen years old with .when with a vicious scratch and wall

/1 ,the champion pen of three lambs which she exhibited at, the International the cat broke loose and streaked up
Uve Stock show In Chicago. the street

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EXCAVATION OP MOUND Board In WOMEN MAKE NEW RECORD INDIAN.TENOR WILL and it will be a relief to know that
NEARING COMPLETION County SING AT TAMPA FAIR work has finally been started. The

o Miami, Jan. 2-(FNS)-A new work is being done under the super-

(Continued from page 1) Regular Session woman's refueling, endurance flight Tampa, Jan. 2.-From a new set- vision of the State Road Depart

in directing the operations. record of nine days, 21 hours and 42 ting the rich notes of Chief Shee-Noo, ment with CWA funds and every

Little Known of Race Last TuesdayJ mrnutes was officially established silver voiced Oneida tenor whose I. effort will be made to complete the

The theory of the excavations is here last week by Mrs. Frances Mar- songs have thrilled countless thous- work by February 15, when all civil
sails and Miss Helen RIchey. ands of Florida Fair visitors in the works projects are required by the
to attempt to get as much data as E. Edwards and Fred Louder-
possible concerning the race of Indians milk, both of the state road depart- Miss Richey supervised most of the past, will ring out at the 1934 exposition government to be finished.J. r" "

which inhabited this territory ment appeared before the Hendry refueling contacts in the air and which opens here Tuesday, E. Edwards, of Fort Myers,

tit the time Columbus discovered beard of county commissioners at Mrs. Marsalis acted as chief, pilot. January 30. This year the Indian maintenance supervisor for the Road

America. The race was known as the the regular meeting Tuesday in regard The plucky women fliers encoun- songster will be surrounded by a Department was in town Tuesdaymaking

Caloosa Indians. In excavating the to state road work in the tered rain squalls and choppy winds: bevy of Broadway chorines and will final arrangements for start-
mounds it is hoped to learn more of ,be heard against a colorful background -
He stated that the
the work.
county. The board took cognizanceof during the final stages of the long ing
their customs, domestic life and his I of rocks and mountains In
the fact that the state had pre- test made in their flying boudiorthe present shelling project would not
tory than is now known. The findingsin "The Fall of the Aztecs" number of Moore
surface the grade through
pared to maintain Road 164 between "Outdoor Girl.
the excavation work are screenedat the new Passing Revue, headline at-
LaBelle and Carnestown and that Haven, coming only as far as the
the various levels of operations, traction at the coming fair.
effort this work was now being done by MRS OWEX WINS DISTINCTION Three-Mile bridge. This was disappointing -
segregating what is found in an I
I I CWA funds. Hendry county will attempt news to this paper and we
to determine the various stages of
FIRESTONE FLORIDA VISITOR
development or progress of the race. I to see that the money origin- Miami, Jan. 2FNSMrs.Ruth 1 are sure 'It will also be to nearly

The house posts are charted where I ally budgeted for this county by the Bryan Owen, American minis- Jacksonville, Jan. 2-FNS- every one in Moore Haven, for it has
found to ascertain if possible the state is not diverted to other locali- ter to Denmark and former Florida been our understanding for the past
the in
Among distinguished visitors
house plan used in erecting the dwell- ties. member ,of Congress, enjoys the dis- several weeks that the surfacing was
I the state at this time are RaymondC.
ings which the Indians inhabited. The board also took steps to protect tinction of being the first woman Firestone, son of the famous Fire- to run to the end of the Ballengcr Mr.
known about traffic which is going over the envoy to appear before a Danish paving near the courthuose.
Virtually nothing is stone family, and W. T. Sweat of .
the Caloosa Indians other than that Denaud bridge, Commissioner Alto ruler.A Akron, Ohio. They rae making a Edwards explained that include the project Moore
section to the Hires that the bridge is too centuries-old tradition had been submitted to
they inabited the prior stating was ; tour of the state with J. H. Doolittle
board
advent of the Seminoles. They are be- old to stand the heavy use to whichit broken, with the appearance for the of Jacksonville, state manager for Haven but the civil works re-

lieved to have been the aboriginal inhabitants is now being put. The board will first time of a woman among the Firestone Tire and Rubber company.Mr. fused to approve the part through

and believed to have be- place signs on the highway warningthat guests at the New Year _Levee given Firestone, long a I Florida town except as a separate project.: He

come extinct about 1700. It is be- the bridge is unsafe for heavy by King Christian X for, diplomaticand booster, stated that his company'soperations feels that after the other work is
lieved that an epidemic of chicken traffic. cabinet members. marked completed, if the civil works adminis-
in Florida show'
pox or small pox may have wiped the record made at Long in tration does not continue its activity,
,
A'scale of for road'workers, Island Aug-
I wages! improvement and he predicts a record
tribe out, which it is thought at one the Road Department will take It
ust 1932, by 41 hours and 37 min-
graded from $2 to $3 was made, breaking winter, .season for the state
time numbered in the neighborhoodof utes. upon themselves to surface the section -
I the board agreeing that living expenses -
25,000 people. through town.
in the various districts wouldbe ,SURFACING BEGUN ON
Lived on Mounds I Forty men have already been assigned -
the guage by which road workersare SCHOOL EXHIBIT AT FAIR I STATE ROAD NO. 67
From what is known of the race by the local CWA 'office to>

and the evidence given by the shell paid.M. the surfacing job and more will be
Tampa, Jan. 2.- first
mounds, this race evidently lived on B. Rasmusses and George Fortthe (Moore Haven Democrat) ,
time at the Florida Fair-'and Gas- added the first of the week we are &"
Subgrade was prepared, trucks
mounds and carelessly threw the Sweeny were reappointed to their told. The men will work in two ffve- -
parilla Carnival, the state's school
refuse from the kitchen out the backdoor places as janitors of the court house were hired and everything was in hour shifts each day and will receive
children and their exhibits from the
readiness at the end of the working '
In this manner bones, shells, and bridge tender respectively. The hour the prevailingwage
30 cents ,
built class room will have a pl ceto, call yesterday to begin placing shell per
day
ashes and other refuse gradually board voted to continue for this year scale on projects supervised by
left for future I their own at the 1934 exposition this morning on the State Road 67
up a mound which was paying $25 per month to cover expenses the Road Department.
generations and inhabitants to inves- of the chairman and assistants which opens here January 30. This grade from Moore Haven south to \'t-

tigate. That is being done throughthe on the Hendry county emerg- year fair officials have designatedWall State Road 25, we were informedby /: ::
Hall, a large two story struc- Jfafr Tax Nation.
present operations.The ency relief board. These positions ; engineers and CWA officials last ,
mound which is receiving at- carry no salary. ture located near the center of fair night. Damage by, rats and mice to'prpduct

tention at Belle Glade is not a burial The board considered the request I activities, as a home for all educa- The surfacing has been delayed and property In the United 'States

mound, but one upon which the In- )f Governor Sholtz that traffic, officers I I tional exhibits shown at the midwinter several times for different reasons amount t" iihnui $2nn.noo.noo) senrlyRural
dians Jived. Their burial mounds are I exposition.
be employed by each county;
distinct and separate from the mounds


upon most Calos whch important is believed they chief lived.to of have the tribe been, and the date.The but postponed commissioners action decided until a to later pay i' New Florida Map I Common Sense }\ Buds ':i.1;; I


Drew Hampfon for certain
from his name, as was customary survey- I'I
oftentimes, was derived the name of ing which he had done upon Shows Sunshine SHOULD SEEK AFTER majority of farmers have been tryingto

the tribe- thus Caloosa. The race is their responsibility in the Rock Lake I PRINCIPAL THINGS I take everything and put, nothing

believed to have ranged the section game preserve, the state conserva-' As Well As RoadsJust back. We have cleared our land of

from Tampa south to Cape Sable. tion department having declined to Its timber, giving no'thought to grow-
DeSoto is said to have contacted the pay the account. I' "Wisdom is the principal thing; ing more. We have robbed our soil

tribe during his explorations along The attention of the commissioners therefore, get understanding and all of its fertility, and handed down to
in time for the winter will be added unto "
: tour- these things you.
the Florida coast. was drawn to the fact that Will following generations in worse shape
ist the 1934
season
comes StandardOil
Tindall, now serving a five year road map of Florida. A map so We people of the farms, like our than it was when we took;>> f Jt" over

BUSINESS INCREASE IS term for perjury, having been convicted bright and sunny that just one look neighbors of the cities, are. too proneto We have given no though!-'to. the
SHOWN DURING HOLIDAYS in September, 1929, had spent at it should make thousands of seek after the material things- morrow. '

3 months in the Hendry county jail Northern motorists turn south for money, property and related goods. However, the old order changethand

(Continued from page 1)) :before beginning his sentence. Tin- I warmth and sunshine. With its Sometimes I think that in our mad a new one is slowly but grad-
!
ployees of the contracting companies. Jail wished the board to ask that I lambent blue for the waters of the rush to acquire material goods, we being ushered In. We are beginning -
ually
Gulf and the Atlantic
Other contributing factors were the I this five months be credited on his this is more don't take time to think of the finer, to give thought 'to the prin-
than a map. It is an alluring picture
opening of the United States Sugar sentence. The board decided to request of Florida,which should do muchto nobler things of" life. Of course ma- cipal things. We are making a mea-

Corporation's grinding season on the state pardon board to grant advertise the State. Even the Gulf terial things are necessary, and -we ger start towards growing timber on 111.

November 30th and the CWAwork1.. Tindall a pardon. Stream gets into the picture. must strive to get them, but all too lands that are not suited to field -

Businesses established during the The rest of the afternoon was This map should be invaluable to often we measure a person's success crops. We are coming to a slight

past year, though having no meansof taken up by the drawing of the jury natives and tourists alike, for in in life by his ability fo accumulate understanding of the necessity of

comparison with past years, were list for the spring term of Circuit j addition to showing all autoniaJbile I stores of material ,goods. maintaining our soil fertility. We
roads clearly and accurately it
I gives
more than pleased with the receipts' court which convenes in three weeks. !I I the location of all the most, important A recent news story told of an Ok- are growing fruits and flowers for

during the month. lahoma woman who had been declared .
points of interest. Handy maps I future generations.But
Every retail esatblishment did a Skull Fractured By are included, showing the main a master farm homemaker of that I all of these things are done,

'land-office, business, and other businesses routes through Jacksonville,Tampa, I state. She gave as her greatest per-' as yet, on entirely too small a scale.It .

including shops, filling stations Negro WorkmanP. and Miami. sonal ambition that "The world should be the greatest personal

and hotels were likewise en- Copies of this new map are now might be just a tiny bit better for my ambition of every farmer and farm
available, free. at Standard Oil Stations -
joying a splendid patronage. and dealers. You want having lived in it." A pretty good woman that "The world, might, be

W. Kutes, boiler foreman at one to send north to friends-may who personal ambition, I'd say. just a tiny bit better for my having

ATLANTIC: COMPANY'S RIG the sugar house received a fractured are planning their winter trip. I For years and centuries a great lived in it."

DRAGLINE IS COMPLETED skull early Tuesday morning whenhe ......
was struck on the head by apiece ,

(Continued from page 1) of scrap iron thrown at him '

from it. This shaft is 36 feet long, by a negro workman, W. Cooks, with

is made in a single piece and weighs whom he had an altercation 'a short


f 10 The tons.machine carries 13 tons of time Mr.before.Kutes was taken to West LET us /!, / YOUR CARY:- Y1 / "

gravel ballast, which is located in i Palm Beach by Dr. O. F. Schiffli,

the rear to offset the tremendous I and an operation was'performed

weight of the bucket and boom in which was very successful. 1 :" .

front. Cooks was held pending the out- .,:;,, :

.i Many visitors drove down the roadon come of 'the foreman's injury\ J : jiJ
the old levee to watch the man-

euvering of the machine as it took Miami, Jan. 2-FNS-An allotment -

its one-mile walk to begin work. of $2,000,000 for improvementof

. The machine is located at the south the Miami harbor has been approved -

; end of the Atlantic Dredging Com- by the public works adminis! )

t pany's contract, (a point a short tration. !
"
i distance west of the Clewiston Inn.1) A channel 30 feet deep and 300 i

It will work toward Moore Haven i feet wide will be dredged from, the I

.", until it reaches the completed portion -I ocean to the present turning base.

of the levee.' The Atlantic When completed Miami will have a We'll wipe your windshield.By keeping We'll check your radiator and fill !
a clean windshield you'll avoid the it. Keep radiator full at all ''
Dredging company has two Bucyrus Y Y your
major port that should materially dangers of glaring lights at night times and avoid the danger of ,
draglines on this contract which were increase tonnage and enable ocean- it'll make your driving a lot safer. overheating.

already at work before the Monighanwas going vessels to use the improvedport :

assembled. facilitise. 'A;


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r Processing Tax Tampa Jan. 2.---To the question: r: <

t "Will it be finished in time?" over

Remains Same 2,500 busy workmen and artisansI

I writing, an answer in terms of ;
rising walls for eight new fireproof
The processing tax on hogs will I buildings of Spanish architecture to .411.\

remain one dollar per hundredweight be ready to house exhibits for the

I during January, the same 1934 Florida Fair and Gasparilla

rate as charged during December, Carnival which opens at Tampa

instead of advancing to $1.50 as January 30. We'll check your tires and innate them We'll check your oil and report iU ito
was previously announced. This Almost the proper pressure.By keeping your condition to you. Keep your crank aa.r. ,
overnight old structures Y tires always properly inflated you: 'l1 Y call filled with any of OuI!'s good I
cheering news' to processors and con- have tumbled under the attacks of lengthen their life at much ai 20 5. motor oils and your car will run \
.
better tad hit Ion," ,
sumers was announced
the
by Commissioner hammers and axes and from the

week.!:! of Internal' Revenue this forced hurricane-like steel and debris brick are'rising structures rein-, DRIVE IN TODAY.il GULF-LUBE 28t :

each made' possible by the CWA MORE MILEAGE J JDISTRIBUTOR

There's a bank in Texas that oughtto grant of $228,000 to the Florida ",

be plenty religious. The cashier exposition, that will give thh r<*- .
.
is D. D. Preacher, the bookkeeper'sname the finest fair plant in AmerJ-a. r ,

I is Angel( and on the board of ficials in charge announce hat I t' :Vl.J ; THAT GOOD GULF GAS

directors is a, Lord,.-Winter, Haven task will be' completed by 'Januai". :.1" : That Good Gulf Gasoline: 1' !:. [ HOW LUBRICATED
Chief l'
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