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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 2, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1034. SUBSCRIPTION $x.00 YEAR
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EXPECTED THIS WEEKGovernment LOCAL ACTIVITYThe I By 8v1arj are <%. Wallace NEW BUILDINGI I


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I For the plaudits and the encom- estly, I can't do a thing with my Work was begun Monday morning -
owned homes for the unusual amount of construction iums,1' the actlaiia and tl:e laudation: family. on a building of concrete and

, U. Engineers employed on the I activity inI I Clewiston will be the panegyrics and the eulogies I tile .which is being erected on < the i

.-.Lake Okeechobee project were a step ;, the basis of news feature stories; hank you. No lesi do I thank you COIning into Clewiston about oncea highway on lot adjacent to Christ- I

nearer realization this week as to be carried by the Miami' Daily ror the criticisms, which were constructive week, my first sight of the Mac- ian's Barber shop and immediatelyacross

plans were forwarded Monday from I News in its Sunday edition, .a Staff and helpful and in many Williams job' is always a pleasure. the street from Alston's

the Jacksonville office to the office I writer having been sent to Clewiston -I cases amusing.. For instance, Tish There is something about the neat- Drug store and the B and .B Cash

; : of the Chief of U. S. Engineers in I this week for the purpose of obtaining Wardwell wanted to know with ness, the order, the efficiency of grocery. The building is being ,
Washington for approval. It is ex- stories and pictures of levee their work that is very satisfying.
intimated -
I blood in her eye why I had erected by John Elmore and T. E. i
, '. pected that within a week or ten \ construction, hurricane gates that she was to blossom out in Perhaps if they strike some hard Goggans, both of Belle Glade, and !
y, days official approval will be given and other federal work as well as new gowns because she had been digging after a while the work will will be 36 feet by 50 feet when

..' by& the chief of engineers and ad- covering activities ofthe United seeing a lot of good-looking men)! not go so fat, but they do seem to completed. The 36 foot frontagewill

vertising for bids for construction States Sugar Corporation. So I hasten to $inform you-all that I have a plan and a system about be occupied, by a beer ,garden,

.' of the homes will follow. R. L. Rinc, staff writer, accom- Tish got paid in good coin of the their work which gets results.. which will be located in the side

:; The homes will be located on panied by a photographer, spent' realm for that investigation, whichI next to the barber shop and the remaining -

land in Clewiston which was pur- two days the first of. the week gath- hope clears up that point. I And if you have not made a trip store room, it is under-

chafed by the Okeechobee Flood ering material and photographs for mean, the Research Bureau paid down past the warehouse to Gayle stood, will be rented for a clothing
Control board at its meeting last the articles, which it is expectedwill her. MacFadden's hurricane gate, by all store.

:,; : week, and immediately deeded to appear in the Sunday, February : means do so. It is worth going to The building will'be completed

S..: the government for' this purpose. '4th, issue. Quite a few new men and trans- ree, particularly if you can find ,about the 15th of February, and

1:,.: The land includes the partial block fers to report this week. Inspector Gayle not too busy to explain whatis will be occupied immediately, according -

b'- on which the Community Church William A. Ryan, "Paddy" to mostof going on and to picture' for you to Mr. Elmore. The lot on
located and two adjoining entire Ice Plant the big mass of concrete that will
'., Replaces us, is back on the' job after a which the building is being erectedis
; blocks. It has been cleared and is sojourn on the St. Johns River sit on top of those 1600 or so pil- the property of Carl E. Royer, of I

'. ready for construction to begin im- Refrigerating Unit work. There is one squareshooting ings now being driven. LaD' lle. Mr. Elmore and Mr. Goy :
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. ; mediately. little guy; on the job every min- gans have secured a two-year lease :

Following the approval of the Destroyed In Fire ute, day or night, as Irish as his Phil Y. Casonis working with with option to buy. I

', plans, the usual routine of government name, and mighty popular with the field forces under Connally Nail Construction in cba'-gG of J. F. !

:4':,:_."_ ". contracts will be followed.. i _'____ government men and contractors. I out of the Pahokee office. Engineerswho Tippey. I

f: __ The work will be advertised for A new Kelvinator unit, the largest used to attend the Indian Tpwn II II I

:; bids, and will be open to all contractors I of its kind in this section was Inspector Hodges; formerly with dances when Phil and his wife were

:.: When the bids are re- recently installed in the ice houseof the MacWilliams job, and before I'I running the hotel there will not Clewiston Drug CO.

: j ceived; should the lowest: bid be the Florida Light and Power that with the Sugar' Company, has I soon forget the gay times they had.

P:;' more than 25 percent higher than Company here, through R. M. Hare climbed up in the world and been In fact, I thought )until I met him Starts Construction

, '. S 'l the government estimate on the local Kelvinator representative.The transferred to Pahokee. III down town the other day that he I

' :J-?: work the building will be done by unit will replace the old refrigeration was twins! Of New WarehouseConstruction

'f1-t the government itself. plant which was: destroyed Inspector Irons has been appoint

;, ..' It is expected that there will be by fire a short time ago. ed from Jacksonville and assignedto The only topic of conversation in
I :- ,' no delay in the beginning of work MacWilliams job Clewiston now is the endless one of of a new warehouse .
The ice plant is operated, by H. for
..". on these homes, a" it has been the the perhaps and maybe government by the Clewiston Drug Company
J. Oglesby and has been entirely
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; .: policy of the present administration houses. I couldn't siLgle fact its seed and
r .. rebuilt since the fire. The plant Mr. W. T. Efting-; with a long get a of i
to'push all is being delaye'1 by.cl:: ; proper
construction work' as E-is another new man on the concerning them pinned down at
stores ice manufactured at the
the :-nndation. I
rapidly: as possible to aid in the headquarters but did the plans piling for use n
work in Clewiston. He and hisl"dy see
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Moore Haven Ice Company local
> Some of the 1;_mber and ocher ma- j
:f : general recovery program. the week-end with drawn some time ago inthe
: spent past,
distribution, and also for icing refrigerating and
; ; It is interesting to note that and I tell terial is already on the ground l
1(.: cars of vegetables in Mrs. Efting's parents, Mr. and draughting room, you
Jr, plans for two of the homes,' as submitted -': this area.: The plant has a capac- Mrs. H. G. Mitchell, in West Palm they were honeys. Mrs. Digges work will begin as arrives.soon as the :i
if;'., : to Washington, are the work Beach. drew the original plans, for five foundation piling
.;. ." of Mrs. Edward W. Digges, of Moore ity of 39,000 pounds. and six room houses, excellently ar The buildiP'; to be located near !
Haven wife Mr. Hare states that a new use the A. C. l.. sacks a short distance I
of one of the engineers, One day last week HoomesRichwas ranged and most. attractive. Did I
: ". who for electrical, refrigeration is that I south of the :::::sight depot and a private 1
I..' ,', is an architect of decided tal- called to the C'ewiston office you know that Mrs. Digges: is an '
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,t,:. .,-fent. and ability.. Many of,the other I the Kelvinator unit installed will: and. Dame. Rumor: had it that, architect of decided'abil ty?' I wish siding o: 250 feet will be built -1
preserve ice' already manufactured; to accomodate the arrival and nn-i
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homes will be built
from plans he was to inspect sand for the con- she would arrange an exhibition of
which were revised and adapted instead ,of manufacturing' it itself. crete work, whereupon Pop remarked her drawings for us some days loading of stock. S i
from Mrs. A steady, low temperature must by /J. F. Tippey is contractor for the
Digges' plans. believe beautiful and
.. that he was evidently not I me, they are t
No definite' information as to the maintained to store ice success only a civil but a sieve-all engineer, I so deftly done that they look like building, which will be 80 by 40
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number of houses to be built or the fully. which is pretty awful. Dame Rumorwas etchings.To feet and of corrugated, iron construction I.

approximate date for construction .
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. about as right as usual, for I
,. to begin can be obtained until the Pioneer Woman Dies Hoomes has been assigned to the : give M". Broadfoot his right- The seed department of the Clew- 1
los its ware-
advertisement for bids iston Drug company
appear. ful title it is Construction '
Canal Point hurricane structure. Super- '
house and part of its sto k by fire 'j
Pop, by the way, has been spending visor, and he went to South Bay instead 1
As Result Of 21-Ft.
in December. With a h'.silly replaced -
Resolutions several days lately checkingand of Belle Glade, and his feet 1
AdoptedBy stock and in tempo."iry: quar- \ 1
s inspecting steel as it comes in belie'' his name. ,
: Fall From BalconyMRS. ters the department has continued
} for the reinforcing_ of the concrete I
Commissioners to serve the seed and fe "lizer requirements -
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structures. That gives me a grand Mrs. Leslie C. Miller is movin; !
of its customers through
to trot around to Tampa temporarily. My informant -
excuse the
In Extra Session 1 POOLE DIES MONDAY; country a busy season. The completion of
,,: } RITES with him. Bill wanted to know told me the move was to escape -
WEDNESDAY AT FORT the new warehouse will greatly
what he'd been stealing that he' an .avaricious landlady: and
DENAUD PIONEER SETTLER
': : facilitate the work of the, depart- j
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.': : At a special session of the county should be put on steel work. Hon- -Continued on Page Ten) ment.
/: commissioners Friday morning four
: Mrs. W. H. Poole passed at .
',:. resolutions, presented by C. C. away
Y S House of the local CWA office, were the Lee Memorial Hospital in Fort Returns
.t.. adopted. Myers Monday night, one week ,after Change Made. InDrawing Work Speeds Up Delegation

.:'.',. Mr. House explained that due to her fall of 21 feet from the second
Poole's Method On Shell From Road Meeting
store.
: a change in man-hours, recently put story balcony over SurfacingMoore

.';':", into'effect, it was necessary for ev- During, the week of her life in the
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Held h Tallahassee
ery CWA office in the state to re- hospital Mrs. Poole made a brave An advertisement of Alston's ( Haven Democrat) ;'I ,

.:: submit every project, "allowing: for fight for her life, repeatedly saying Drug Store in this issue calls at- The shell surfacing on state road

. the change. that she was going to live. At firstit 4ention to the change which has Attorney L. O. Gravely, E. L.
( \-: The four resolutions were to the seemed to attendants that her determination been made in the method of draw- G7 from Moore Haven to state road Rogers and Commissioner F. L.

<; effect that the four projects mentioned might carry her throughbut ing for cash prizes on Saturday 25 was speeded up considerably Dunaway returned Wednesday night

,r i. ',, were on public property and Sunday she began to fail and nights. Promptly at nine o'clock his week:, when, because .of a short- from a meeting with the State Road .'

":::. that the work asked would be for she died a few minutes after eight each Saturday night, two tickets ,ge of CWA labor and the recent Department at Tallahassee.

. the public good but there were no o'clock Monday night.A will be drawn from the "barrell in it' decided Contrary to public opinion, con-
; cut from 30 to 15 hours, was -
J'". ;t." available funds for the work. The large number of friends and I the store. The holder of the cor- to load trucks with the crane siderable was'accomplished) :: by the

four projects re-submitted were the relatives attended the funeral ser- responding ticket first drawn will :nstead of by hand'ab formerly. I,Vcgation. According to Attorney

& Townrend Road in Felda, the road vices at the Fort Denaud cemetery receive $5.00 in cash, holder of the The two layers of shell have Gravely, the State Road Department ;

" .":.'. from Huggett's: corner to Road 25, Wednesday: ,afternoon. Rev. Oscar second ticket will receive $2.50 in been placed and compacted: from a' agrees to have an asphalt surfaceon '

the Denaud Depot road, which has Roberts of Limestone, Florida, read cash. Thee numbers drawn will point appro>imately a half mile! road 164 from LaBelle south to
: .' been completed and the six mile the last service. Pall bearers were hold good for 15 minutes, during north of the shell pit to the cornerat the Collier county line by the end

stretch of road from Stalling's, Sta- Dr. C. E. Weaver, Judge H. A. Rider which time the holders will have the Christcnsen place, about a of the year. Funds for this pur-

S tion through Denaud to the Experiment Wm.. P. Andrews, Wm.: T. Hull, ample opportunity to present their half mile east of the Three-Mile: pose have' been budgetted. '
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station. Wade Hampton and Alvah Burke tickets and receive the prizes.If Canal bridge. The surfacing is being The maintenance of road 164
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Cooperation Appreciated Mrs. Poole was born in Polk the' prizes have not been I laid as nearly as possible like from LaBelle to the junction of 164

'' Mrs. M. W. Blanton, State Social county, Florida, in 1865. In 1879 claimed at the end of 15 minutes, I he bare: course for the pavement 'and 142 eight miles west of Moore

worker in Hendry county then she moved with her parents to Lake another drawing will be made in west of town in two compacted lay- Haven was placed under consideration -

r,. checked over her list of relief cases Flirt where the family lived for a order to give those present a chance I "rs to a total thickness of eight and is believed will receive

with that of the Commissioners.Mrs. year, moving in 1880 to Fort My- at the prizes. This will be repeated inches. Those who have ridden favorable attention. :

Blanton stated that she had ers, where in 1890 she married W. every: 15 minutes until closing timeor I ever the completed portion state Road 25, the Fort MyersPalmBeach

taken some relief cases and put the H. Poole. Two years later in 1892, until the prizes have been awarded. that the road rides fully as good as Highway has been ,reccom-
ladles in the work room, thus relieving she moved with her husband to La- The method has been adopted the pavement base. Every effort mended by the state for Federal

the Commissioners of partof Belle where her fix children were as being the fairest possible methodof will be' made, we are told, to secure Maintenance in its entire lenglh.

their burdens born and where she lived until th distributing the cash awards. some kind of an asphalt binder -

The Commissioners agreed to pay time of her death. The holder of the ticket drawn on this road to hold the shell in NEW NEON SIGN

.5 the hospital bill of a certain needy Surviving her are her husband, must be present to receive the prize. place and preserve the present

'i(;. woman and to fix the roof of Mrs. I v.". H Poole, of LaBelle. a brother, moothness.: Alston's Drug Store has erected i
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sidewalk
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A.F! :..: : Mrs. Blanton expressed her 'appreciation !'er' Trrs. Jennie Poole and Miss Hurd L. Reeves, tax assessor for which is a most attractive
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??:'.' :.,": ,' the various relief departments children, Mrs. Marion Messer, Mrs. (AP-Dewey) A. Dixon, Jr., 14, next Tuesday, February 6th, for I ance at night. The sign, when t

:;r. : in Hendry county. Corrinne Forrey, Mrs. Lulu Yeo-. drowned today while swimming in the purpose of receiving tax returns lighted, is visible for several blocks.

:;. ";jjr mans, Mark Poole, John Poole and the Hillsborough canal The body and making adjustments.Those I Alston's is the only establishmentIn Neon signs, I

fi;, '. .'. '. Mr. ana Mrs. Keathley Bowdenand George Poole, all of LaBelle, ten was recovpred three hours later.'. wishing to see Mr. Reeves I Clewiston using the installed a few i

/ son, "'.ay, were visitors in Moore Grandchildren and three great- His: father recently jesignctf! as I should bear this date in mind, .and the first having been ';

Haven: this afternoon grandchildren, town marshal l, call at the tilty Hall nest Tuesday, I ,months.. ago I In !
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1934

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sort Christened last June, It was the

News Review of Current Intended prototype of a whole fleet. MENDIETA IS MADE More or Less Joyous

of heavy transport planes.
PRESIDENT OF CUBA School Days RecalledDid

Over BALBO, the bearded Italian air
the World ITALO
Events
who commanded the great you ever glance through as

mass flight from Italy to Chicago and Grau Resigns, Hevia Rules old school ,book, ,particularly a reader

back last summer and thereby becametoo and note the pencilings of moreor

popular to suit Only One Day. less happy school days? On the ,
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President Asks for Nationalization of Gold SupplyNotYet Premier Mussolini, fly leaves will be founll"such -sentl-
Havana, Cuba.-Ramon Grau San
has made his peace mental doggerel as "roses are red ,4,
Ready to Fix Exact Value of GoldCuban'Presidency with the Duce and has r Martin resigned the presidency of violets arc ghlue!. sugar is sweet and r; \
Cuba under pressure and after long '
assumed his new duties so are you" ; "sure as the vine grows
Goes to Carlos Hevia. as the governorof ; and acrimonious discussion the leadersof "round the stump, you're my little

Libya In north Af- the revolutionary junta agreed that sugar lump," and others. But speak-

his successor should be Carlos Hevia, ing of sentiment, do rememberthe
EDWARD W. PICKARD rica. He crossed the you
By who had been of
Mediterranean In stateon secretary agricultureIn canceling of names yours and
v + Grau's cabinet iluvla, who Is a that of a childhood sweetheart? You
ROOSEVELT sent to without opposition, the new cruiser Al-
I PRESIDENT congress his long-awaited messageon PRACTICALLY put through the berto di Giussano with graduate' of Annapolis Naval academy will recall the letters appearing In

monetary matters, and It should be house and senate extending the life another cruiser in escort __ 2nd only thirty-three years: old, was both names were stricken out. Those

in a measure reassuring to business of the Reconstruction Finance corpora and when he "TT"7- r: sworn In before the Supreme court In a remaining were named in rotation,

and finance. He asked tion for another year and providing it I landed was received halo I Balbo brief ceremony. but he lasted only one "love, hate, friendship marriage,"

v gx.t that the gold supply with $850,000,000 of new capital. There by all the Italian officials In the colony day. and repeated. The last letter was

of the country be nationalized was little debate, and In the house and a colorful gathering of the native Col. Fulgencio Batista, commanderof supposed to forecast, the windup of

. and that his' only Louis T. McFadden' Pennsyl- troops. the army, had consented reluctantlyto that particular, love affair. Some of

powers be redefined to vania voted against the bill. Balbo, who is just thirty-seven years support. Hevia, and when an Inten- the pupils spent Idle moments black-

;1 0ly enable periodic revaluation old, replaces Marshal Pietro Badoglio sive campaign to oust the colonel was ing all the _o's in the printed page.

of the dollar PUTTING to the test his influence as Libyan governor. While a new line started and Hevia demanded his resig- Others, myself included, specializedin

within a range of r 0 over the senate President Roose- of activity, 'It will be a job, with an nation, he Immediately'announced adding fierce mustaches to ,Daniel

to CO per cent of the velt in a special message to that body opening for him, for Mussolini wantsto that Col. Carlos Mendieta should be Webster and other smooth-faced men

present gold content.He asked speedy consideration. and rati- make Africa in time an outlet for resident and ordered 3,000 troops of fame whose pictures appeared.

already had the fication of the St. .rvR Italian emigration and that same gran- from Santa Clara province to reIn- Another very popular stunt was to

4 v power to devalue the Lawrence waterway ary which it was during the days of force the 5,000 at Camp Columbia write in the front of the book : "If

dollar down to 50 treaty with Canada. Imperial Home.JUSTICE lose to Havana. Yielding to the in- my name you want to ''see look on

President per cent, but he does The opponents of the avitable, Uevia resigned. and Mendietatok Page 203." Turning to the'indicated
Roosevelt pact had been wait. CHARLES GARROW of his
not do so yet, saying place. page however, you were told to look:
ing for the chance to is :( refused to upset the judg- It was reported that Jefferson Caf-
that "because of world uncertainties, elsewhere and then [began a chase
the battle and ment of Justice A. C. Kingston order-
start fery, personal of
Presi
I do not believe It desirable-in the representative ; that probably ended with a saucy
public they were so numer- ing that Martin J. Insull be detained dent Roosevelt, promised the delegates remark
Interest that an exact value be 4 I : instead of ,the promisedname.
now fixed." lIe added that careful ous and so determinedthat for extradition from, Canada to the of all revolutionary factions that Oh, the good old' days Oh, to

study had led him to the conclusionthat no one would '' United States for trial in connectionwith the United States would recognize the read again of the princess who was!!
'' ? the collapse of the Insull public
the outcome. r
any revaluation at more than GO predict Mendieta regime. Mendieta is a con- black and blue from three peas un-
utilities The fugitive Chicagoan -
per cent would not be In the public Ratification requires a *....- ... empire. 3ervative and It was expected he would der fourteen ma'ttresses. Or of the
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two-thirds vote 04 took an appeal and was releasedon .
Interest. t or Sen. Wagner promptly revoke Grau San Martin's third, and last wish 'that had to be
'' $20,000 bail. '
of the 9G senators.
The President asked full power to Coincidental with the reception of It was believed that Samuel Insull, extreme measures and accord full pro- wasted in getting rid of those sau :-tJ

takeover the last outstanding suppliesof 31 section to foreign-owned Investmentsin sages that clung to the old man's
who must leave Greece by January '
the sub-
the President's was '
gold In the country, much of which message would try to go to Turkey But now the island. He and Batista, with nose "and what ,was more: they.couldnot
mission of by Sen-
a minority report
the army back of them, to be off "Pioneer in the
belongs to the federal reserve banks. the Turkish minister of the interiorhas appear be pulled ,
,
ator Wagner of New York"as a mem- '
The he in full control of the republic. Batista News.
legislation he requested, explained Indianapolis
Instructed the police departmentnot
ber of the foreign relations committee -
the title and aid Mendieta was, "the only man
"places right, ,
to to enter that coun-
permit Sam
in which Mr. Wagner argued vigorously
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ownership 'of our gold reserves in the apable of continuing the junta's .revolutionary Political i Method
against ratification of the try.
government Itself; it makes clear the declared'the -;- program without the extreme "Why did you go to so much painsto
cost of the
government's ownership of any added treaty. He leftist measures which were responsible tell that caller 'ou'were giving
RICO has a new governor
the United States wouldbe
,
to '
waterway '
dollar value of the country's stock of pUERTO please the islanders better for the lack of recognition by the him information tha"t was absolutely
$373,136,000 instead of the $2 2- may
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gold which would result from any decrease United States. confidential?" asked the political
453,000 estimated by the proponents of than did Robert II. Gore. He Is Gen.
of the gold content of the dollar advo- "in a public statement Batista de- aide. "You, are quite aware that lie
the pact; and he asserted the United Blanton Winship, former judge
which may be made in the public in- clared : carries it to the other "
camp.
States would spend three times as cate general of the army, and a man
terest. "I will not tolerate under any con- "It'was something I wanted him to
much as Canada, though the Do- of experience in insular affairs. He
The profit that result from cut- ditions the Communist and Socialist remember said Senator
may minion would receive a "vast prepon- served in Cuba and the Philippines as Sorghum,
ting the gold content, the President derance" of the benefits. The senator an adviser to the highest American tactics .of the Grau San Martin, ad- "so that, for purposes of my own, it '

proposed should be used to set up a added : officials' In those parts. Also ha was a ministration. With the help of my could be communicated more impres-

two-billion-dollar fund for purchasesand "Most important of all, I am not in military aide to President Coolidge.His army I shall stop the prevailing\ an-_ sively and inspire greater credulity." "

sales of gold, foreign exchangeand favor of a public works project de- home town is Macon, Ga. Mr. irchy, regardless of cost. i now realize \I

government securities.No signed to employ Canadian workmen Gore, whose administration wasbit- that the Grau regime brought

further recommendations concern- with United States money. The treaty terly and constantly attacked by island cha6s to Cuba. The junta made aosty

jng silver were made in the message, provides that although the United politicians, resigned, stating his : ] mistake when it established the !LIFE LONG"FRIEND",

the President saying he believed "we States Is to supply the funds for most reason was ill health. Grau regime. I realize the mistakenow

should gain more knowledge of the of the work in the International rap- President Roosevelt also selected a and will ,rectify it." Keeps Them Fit at 70

results of the London agreement and Ids section of the St. Lawrence river, new chief of the weather bureau in The federation of labor still demanded THEIR MEDICINE CHEST

of our other monetary measures." the portion of this work on the Cana- Washington in the person of Willis G. the ousting of Batista from This vegetable safe laxativeNR allFOR 20 YEARS

In talking with the correspondents, dian side of the section Is to be per- Gregg. He succeeds Dr. Charles. F..... the army command and planned a -has boon +

:Mr. Roosevelt explained once more formed with Canadian workmen using Marvin. general strike, but the colonel l warnedall asdependableasafamily doctor during

that the objective of his monetary pro- Canadian materials. government employees that unless their trying

Is to the President's to the UIILLE hey returned to their work they would "after forty0years. ;
gram bring purchasing powerof ,The message senate C CIIAUTEMPS, fighting NR keeps
the dollar back to the level at which gave his opinion that the treatywas desperately to save his French lose their jobs and all departmentswould them regular- ;

the average debts of the country were fair, that the waterway projectwas government after the great Bayonne be taken over by the, military. year faithfully-with after year '

incurred, so that these debts may be economically sound. He declared pawnshop scandal, promised the chamber never any need to E;. ,.. ''
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increase dose. .
paid off with a dollar equal in valueto that "local fears of economic harm to of deputies to I No wonderthe their ,j' '

that at which the debt was incurred. special localities or, to 'special inter- I lean up that affair, : WASHINGTON BRIEFSThe I "evening of life"is so free from complaints. '
Millions of people welcome the aid of this reliable -
"
He made It clear that his program ests are grossly. exaggerated. He at- y and thereupon was corrective. For Nature's Remedy

does not call for a. resort to green- tempted to dispose of opposition from given a vote of con- Federal Surplus Relief'corporation strengthens and regulates the enlireeliminativetractisafelycarriesawaythepoisonsthat*'

back currency. Illinois and Mississippi valley'senators fidence, SCO against 'announced that 5,800,000 poundsof bring on headaches -

}' Immediately after the reading of the by declaring that the treaty provisionon 220.- The vote cameon butter for distribution to needy unemployed biliousness., colds, e

President's message, Senator DuncanU. the diversion at Chicago was ade- the 'government'sopposItion persons had been purchased. Get a 25c box. ., .
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Fletcher of Florida, chairman of quate to guarantee a sufficient' volumeof to the cre- All druggists'. .

the senate banking and currency com- water. ation of a parliamen- The United States lifted its liquor 'iUMS" Quick relief for acid indigestion ;; : -
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mittee, introduced the administration's The opposition of Chicago and the tary commission to investigate import bars a little higher to allow heartburn.Only bOc.s

bill to effect the monetary changes Mississippi valley to the treaty was f the collapseof the entry of about 1,000,000 more alco-

proposed. He" called his committee together voiced especially by Senators James a'. .r.v'v the Bayonne institution holic gallons from France, Portugal

the next day to consider it, and Hamilton Lewis of Illinois and Bennett the death of'Premier and Ireland within the next monthor

Secretary Jlorgenlhau was the first Champ Clark of Missouri ,Its founder, Serge so. ; NO INDEED. !t AH '
...
to be l\eard argument for the legis- --.; Chautemps Handsome Alex) Stavlsl.y flours NOT alike

lation asked. I G CRMANY'S: great church quarrel and the part several deputies/ Secretary of the Treasury Morgen- i are ) ,

i, Only two Democratic senators came goes on unabated and the Evangelical have accused high officials of taking thau has ruled that hereafter lawyers, -: TRY. .

;j out In the open promptly in oppositionto pastors are still determined in the affair. The premier insisted accountants or other professional advisers

the I that their shall not be na'zl1"'lliF that such commission would not get
President's program. Carter ; ,; religion a who assist in the preparation I .
Glass of and Thomas fiod. Reichsblshop to the bottom of the charges. ,
Virginia P. Gore : ,:-"" oi income-tax returns must sign the UDICK MILL'NG (0. GRANDVIEW IND.
of Oklahoma. Both declared that the .'.. Ludwig Mueller, whois The premier promised to investigate return along with the taxpayer.

appropriation of the reserve banks' I ; : a ..confidant of the affair personally and to spare no
,
gold unlawful and Chancellor Hitler : names. During the heated debate he
was Immoral. Most Cnp: .. Issued Inventories of all distilled spirits Coughed Day and Might
of the Republicans cautious decree forbid- 'admitted there had been looseness and
were in : a Mrs -il. Pierce of 313
alcohol rectified
including spirits,
their expressions of opinion. it(:. ..0: ding pastors to criticize poor functioning of various services, S. Bay St. Gainesville,
wines, and cordials, was ordered, as Fla., said: "A few years
Secretary Slorgenthau made a final > X( "" .' the Nazi Protest- but denied the charges of governmental of 12. in telegrams to collectors ago, I was very sick. ,
January -
attempt to into the < :::y' -\ ,"j ant church and police corruption. The opposi- ., At times I could hardly I
get treasury all administration -
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1.-<.. of internal revenue sent out by s. y. breathe, and I coughed
remaining private .. "' 7. .. from the tion deputies were furious and there .,r : I
gold holdings. By =*" / ;<<.", ...:,} pul- Commissioner Guy T. Helvering. + C day and night. was
F his'.order all persons who did not turn :t.tJ<.:' t .." ..'.. .'., pits under pain of were open declarations that the coun- S, ", ', not able tq sleep and
.iVX,..'I .. : felt all played out I
ri, !in their gold by'midnight January 17 .Ii@} .v. dismissal from the try faced a dictatorship. Chautemps replied '' :' '' started taking Dr.'
:{ .. '
,
>I! Woman Kills Self
are liable to have .it confiscated and : A church. But the rebellious vigorously and made the assertion 60, Pjerce's Golden Medical 1
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better
,
coughing slept
--"'-"' -- '" Discovery. I stopped
i to being fined double the amount oft : ones, organ- that a coup had been prepared several by Firing Her Clothing and felt stronger. When I had taken three : J!
j their holdings. Dr. Ludwig ized as the Pastors' days previously to put the governmentin bottles the trouble all cleared up.','
t! I Mueller. Bloomsburg, Pa.-Her body a flawing New size, tablets 50 cts., liquid ?1.00. Large
ti ---- I Emergency league, de- the hands of a few "energetic" men size, tabs or liquid, $1.35. "we Do Our Part."
i fied Mueller to act as a director torch, Mrs. Wellington M. Moore
.1 GRAU Doctor and for the, sec-
RAMON SAN IARrpIfinl- ) sixty, of Bloomsburg, perished In
I ond time read to their congregationsa Meanwhile the loyalists and young
4 ; to the force of circumstances her home. Members of her family said OLD AGE TENSION INFORMATION
men sympathizing with them, ever
f. and resigned manifesto demanding his resignation.It P. O. BOX 11)!
:
as
president of ready to take advantage of circum- she caused her own death. Despondent CHICAGO, ILL.
I 'was to the
Cuba. His decision to up councils of the
quit was made churches to enforce the stances, were rioting in the streets for some months because of severe
at a closed meeting of reichsbishop'sdecree
government and' the In the' effortto headaches Mrs. Moore went to the
battling ,
t but several of the councils declared police Circulating Library. Thousands books
leaders, who I -
.thereupon undertook to gain entrance to the chamber. Excitable cellar, removed outer clothing and rented 2c day and postage.. Membership ,
t. openly they would not do so. Ellis Co., Grillln, Ga.
select a man to fill the office, temporarily. $1. List for stamp ,
correspondents sent cables in- piled It near the furnace, poured kero-
t Antonio Guiteras, secretary of Bishop Mueller showed some InclInation '
I dicating that the republic was aboutto sene over herself and applied a match.
the'Interior to recede from his but : :
and ,of war, wanted the position, WIlY SUFFER WITH TILES? ;-;
fall but
..t job, but he was shut out of the the militant Nazi German Christian heavy rains put a stop to Send $1 for Pro-Vis: use 5 ,days; If unsatIsfactory "
meet- the demonstrations, for mnnpv refunded at once.
even, French' your
r s I: ing. A newspaper quoted him as saying pastors brought great pressure to, bear, monarchists don't like to get wet.' Shot to Death inAnsvering T1LGEN CO., CHATTANOOGA.\, TE.=otN.
i the telling him they would'support him
navy would fight If an agreement -
TelephoneKansas
was reached .unsatisfactory to only so long its he stuck by his de- Nationalist forces after WANTED
J him and-his followers. The crees. The bishop also seeks to 'annulall CHINESE City, Mo.-J. M. Stubblefieldwas Stereoptlcon projector for opaque objects
leaders ofI fighting Foochow .
captured such as postcards, photos. clippingsetc.
the church laws passed in 1933 so he called to (the telephone while at
'I' variou's cliques Were debating 'the headquarters of the rebels In Fu- Must bo In perfect condition awl a bargain.
( can proclaim new ones. tending a meeting of the Carpenterunions' F. \1'. IIAVN1E, KELTON S. CAR
whether
to pick Carlos
t, Mendieta, who kien province, and it was reported that
I" was supported by Col. Fulgencio Ba- negotiations were, proceeding to settle district'co ncil. As he pickedup
was'cast into gloom the receiver shot hIm HOLLYWOOD'S OWN SONGHIT.
f tista FRANCE by a some one JEANETTE
,
coramqnder of the Carlos the dispute between the Nanking
army, or aviation gov- Inspired by the Queen of the Screen
disaster.
The In the back
I Hevia, the young secretary of ag giant ernment and the leaders of the rebel by firing through an open 35c mailed orchestrations 6Sc (no stamps!
r !ti' riculture. tri-motor plane Emerald, returning movement. There was great disorderin window. He died at a hospital. \\-m.,Leslie, 58 Clay st., !>au Francisco.CIU.
t from a flight to Saigon, Indo-China
t The' choice Foochow, for all the of the
i finally fell on Hevia, crashed In flames and exploded be- officers
f f i whom Colonel Batista consented to Nineteenth route army except Its com- Two Beheaded for -* PARKER'S -
tween Lyons and Paris
and its
( t t;, tolerate, and the thirty-three-year-old ten occupants mander; Gen. Tslng Tin -lai, had fled 1 k 1 HAIR BALSAM
perished; the victimswere
} Among Killing Nazi Trooper
(; statesman, after several hours of hesitation and the leaderless soldiers were run- +- Ramovea Dandruff-Stopallalr Falling- ,
Pierre Pasquler, governor generalof Imparts Color and
t', announced: "I am the pres Indo-China Emmanuel Chaumie ning wild. On the request of Vice' Dessau. Germany.-TWO men were Beauty to Gray and Faded Hair
t' ident" There ; Consul Gordon Burke, an American beheaded for the slaying of a nazi tOe and$1.00 at DropgmU.HfefQT .
was a lot of .
rioting In government director of civil aviation, Chem U k Patcaogiw.N.Y.
1: 'Havana'and: naval party was ordered ashore from storm trooper in the of An-
province
at the
I nearby Camp Co and Mme. Chaumle, and three other fLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use in
f lumbia'and at least three the gunboat Tulsa to protect 144 AmerIcans halt. They were the first to be beheaded connectionwitbPnrker'sHllirBa1sBm.Makesthe i1 I
men were high aviation officials. The Emerald '
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60 cents by mail
fluffy.
rep- hair soft and or drug--
f' tilled.- :, :;., .'.," ';' '; 1r "_'._' it.:1'' ', resented the latest, In planes of this in by the Western city. Newspaper Uulon. here. since 1886. giiti.Hiacox Chemical Works.Fatchoroo.N.Y.Y ..

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1934




'. = iiinniiniiiiiiiiiniiMiiniiiiiiiiiiniiniMiiiiiiMiiiiiiMiiii iiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinini iniuiiiMiniiniiiMu=: PRESIDENT PLANS Many Uses for Honeyin

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: / 60-CENT DOLLARAsks Household, --- CookingHoney ,i

I: I was the first sweet known I
I Anne's Lace ;
Queen to man and was once the only sweet

Congress to Authorize used in the household. After sugar

Monetary Program. was Invented It gradually replaced !
1

Parkinson I Washington.-President Rooseveltin this Honey product.can be used the same way

By Frances Keyes a message to congress outlined In as sugar, however, provided the

part the monetary program he desires I housewife learns the rules for sub-

, i to try, and asked fot legislation empowering -- stituting. It may be used on fruits

.1',
:: :: bill containing: the requested fea- ening for beverages and in baking

.. ............. hams. It also be substitutedfor
SllllliiilllliiliiiiiiiiiimmiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiSYNOPSIS 0. 0 0 I I I I I I I I I. .11 I 1 l 1 l 1 unuuuuuuuuuunuuuunnunuuuunnnnunnnnnuuuunnnnnnnnnur tures' was Introduced immediately by may

( administration leaders. sugar in bread, cakes and cookies.In .
window, saw it come to a noisy and countenances smeared with chocolate,
using honey instead of in
What the President asked sugar
violent stop In front of the house. Anne was just coming out of the front congressfor baked
products a honey recipe is ad-
is thus summarized :
.:. There was nothing to do but leave the door. It was so perfectly timed, that : vised when Is available
one Honey :
1. A limitation his to
In a mood of disappointment through her situation for Neal to manage, while the hand of the Lord seemed to be In new on power contains about one-fifth moisture '
4- inability due to the selfishness of her family she hurried as fast as she could into it Perhaps it was. For something' cut the dollar whica will bind him to so
';' to put finishing touches to her costume for a cut It at least to CO cents if he cuts It the liquid In an ordinary recipe must I
: the new muslin dress. After all, he. told Anne, who of course had overheard '
Chamberlain is irritated
f,. dance Anne be reduced one-fifth. For example
; country : !
in other words he be allowed
at all -
.:. by the stolidity of her escort, George Hildreth. was probably entirely capable of man everything, to wait in her room ; win A cake recipe calls for one of '
... to reduce less than 50 cup
to not
t A visitor in the community Neal Conrad, aging it. after she finished dressing until Neal's
,.? young lawyer; is to be the "sensation" of the overestimate his towards them : cents and to not more than 60 cents. sugar and a half cup of liquid. Measure -
did not re return. He advanced
She
evening,.and Hildreth, Anne's suitor, is vague- 2. take 3 billion one cup of honey and half a
ly jealous. Conrad is impressed by Anne'sfresh sourcefulness. Hat in hand, he advanced all, without appearing to single her' Specific power, to over of liquid, then remove onefifthof

:a: young .beauty and readily ,perceives her smiling pleasantly, towards the out. COO million .dqll rs in gold now cup
fine character. invites her the federal banks and a cup from the half cup of liquid.
He to held by
accompany .reserve
., porch where, as usual, the entire famIly "Well, we had a fine little ridethefirst ,
him and his hostess Mrs. Griffin, and her son Oven temperatures are important
.to hold it with all other
together gold
.> with the exception of Anne, was of I hopeGood evening,
Roy on a picnic the following Sunday. Anne many, in baking with honey as the carmeli-
accepts, though aware she is being "uncon- gathered. Miss Chamberlain, it's nice to see you i.i the country, in the treasury, making
zation .is low. Therefore, the
ventional." Anne's "fiance," which the the sole of point
Hildreth government owner
as invitation to
said with the
"Good evening, he ut again I'll accept your
.. the girl has not admitted, is indignant but mixture' should be baked slowly and
' powerless. Anne dipping into scanty savings, most friendliness. "This Is Mr. Cham- sit ,down now, sir,-.if .I may." gold.' evenly. Honey cakes will brown
. buys suitable"-"finery" for the trip from an old berlain's house, isn't it? Is this Mr. "It's;, cooler inside," said Anne. 3. Creation of a li billion dollar
friend.., Mr. Goldcnburg. equalization fund such as that 'now very rapidly. All baked products
Chamberlain? And Mrs. Chamberlain mind the heat"Apparently
; "Oh. I don't
.1.)1.. stand
; Jiiii where honey is used should
: ? And Sol and Sam?" He shook Neal had no intention of operated hy Great Britain, with which
.. the two or three. days before using, as !
hands heartily all around. "I'm Neal seeking the seclusion of the parlor. He treasury'shall buy and sell gold, "
the flavor.
CHAPTER IIIContinued7 this improves J
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( :, ." "- Conrad, of Hinsboro. I'm visiting Hoy did not seem in the ,least anxious. foreign exchange, and government securities -

,"I. Griffin in Wallacetown, and I had the see 'her alone. Anne was puzzled anda in an"effort to manipulate the j
Pierce's Pellets best for liver
r,.. \ "Vel, vet, if it ain't my liddle frent pleasure of meeting Miss Chamberlainat little hurt. The conversation was d llir"and: stabilize government bonds. Dr bowels and stomach. One are little Pellet for, '. 1

'" '.. -- Anne Chamberlain I Vat can I do for the dance in ''Hamstead last night. general. Neal talked a good deal' him What: 'the President hopes to achieveby a laxative-three for a cathartic. Adv.

i L': you, my dear?" his 50CO cent dollar is: ,1
So I ventured to come and call self, to be sure, but he made the others

'r<:II"v'\:.: : "Oh- Mr. Goldenburg, 1 want to buy His cordiality and composure were talk, too. At the end of an hour when 1. A continuance of the exportationof More Pleasant Pastime

::.;J>;\!".' .' such a lot of things I've Just drawn contagious. Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlain -, Neal rose to go, they all urged him 'to commodity surpluses which have Many a fellow is such a firm believer

: -. fifty dollars out of the bank, and I'm spoke with one breath. stay a little longer. been depressing domestic prices and in luck that he would rather 'j

. I' afraid it, Isn't enough. If 1 run short, "I'm but I 'promised which have been moving abroad ever look for a four-leaved clover than
! "Pleased ter meet yer. Won't yer awfully sorry,
will you trust me until I can go back since the dollar hustle for '
sit down an' make yerself ter home?" Mrs. Griffin I'd get back early. She's depreciated gained an a job. .
? and 'draw some more? The bank'sclosed mine. Imagines advantage over the British pound ster- "
"Thanks, I'd be glad to-unless- nervous about this car of -
): for the day'now." I've run over the side of one of ling' on foreign exchanges. :,.

:r'; "Vel, now, I link I could. But you mountains if I'm gone long. How 2, A greater certainty for businessin

.. ', .... shouldn't take out your money yust your making future be-
commitments
& 1 ever, I'll come again, if I may. ,
: to spend, like this. You goin' to get I "Wai, thet's what I call a nice feller," cause it will now expect a dollar varyIng
1!> '.' married, hein? To dat flat-faced
,
: poy their only betwen 50 and 60 cents in-
+ remarked Mr. Chamberlain, as
tc George'Hildreth. ?" : j9 guest, waving one hand high above his stead between 100 'and 50 cents. Why Hospitals Usea

>.' '..;, "No-It isn't like that at all." She head, disappeared' In a cloud of smelly 3. An end to all hoarding and the :
l: hesitated, blushed and finally decided l
,
: dust "Lots of good horse sense, and power: of private bankers to check thegoernment'
r. to confide in, the merchant. "Have I .
real smart an' pleasant, too. Whydidn't : currency or financing Liquid Laxative "
'
.. have you met Roy Griffin's friend, Neal .1
ye tell us 'about him, Nan? : programs.
: : "
,;-- Conrad? 4.: A rise in the prices of some export -
44r "I didn't have time, said Anne, :}
: "I seen him. I know him.
,apout commodities such but
cotton
as
chokingly. Then, without another .,',
.:;._ Dat's a smart young man." rise which would .'
word, she dashed upstairs; and 'flung no general price re- :
:' Hospitals and doctors have always
"I met him at the dance in Ham- it
I herself, still dressed, on her bed, crushIng duce mass purchasing power drasti- used liquid laxatives. And the public .. ,
stead. last night He .he invited me '
.. her fresh new finery. She was terribly cally. is fast returning to laxatives in liquid

'. to go to the mountains with him and tired, bitterly disappointed.. Neal 5. Eventual establishment of a new form. Do you know the reasons?
': Roy and Mrs. Griffin in his horseless '
-". hadn't seen the parlor, the one presentable gold standard called "the bullion The dose of a liquid laxative can be '
h.,_: 46 carriage. And-he said he might call standard under which the
; '. place she had in which to re- treasury I measured. The action can be' con

tonight" ceive him, and which she had worked would hold all gold in the form of trolled. It forms no habit; you,need -
. "Oh, Is. 'dat so? Vel, dat's anoder bullion not take a "double dose" a day or
-'' so hard to make tidy. He hadn't no- ; releasing only enough every
t._ : story Anne,, I'm real pleased to hear. ticed the "clothes on which' she had six months to .settle any unfavorable two later. Nor will a mild liquid
"
;: it. Don't you worry apoud your liddle squandered her savings. He hadn't trade balance with foreign countries. laxative irritate the kidneys. r

';.'y. "'."';- ,-' savinks. You puy. yust vad you need, said a word about their trip, or even I Senators Glass, Gore and McAdoo, The right liquid laxative brings a '
', .:, and ven you pegin to teacb school perfect movement, and there is
made a definite reference to comingthe Democrats, and many of the Republicans -
/i' again digs fall, you pay me pack a in no discomfort at the time, or after.
next evening. Nothing had gone congress expressed their opposition -
.ffJ'-4. liddle at'a' time, hein? I dake the fifdy <
' right She burled her head in her limp to parts of the program, The wrong cathartic may keep
:-, dollars DOW an' the rest lader on." constipated as long as!you keep {
its you ;
" and lumpy pillow, and stifled her sobs. doubting constitutionality and its ,
.: "Mr. Goldenburg you're as kind as-" But It on using it! And the habitual use of
"You Goin' to Get Married Hem To And she fell asleep. honesty. was predicted the
so
' \
salts of :
"Now, now-vat vas. you tinkin' of irritating or powerful drugs .
Dot Flat-Faced Poy?" awoke rested and measure would pass in both houses
;< virst 1"tIs' She, consequently' in the highly concentrated form of
Probably he would come again after protracted debate. pills and tablets injurious. .1
: hopeful. may prove
? ;: ;. "A suit. A-a 'simple little serge
'. unless the boys would like to come and this time everything would be all A week with prepared j
a properly
>>;:< suit, quoted Anne, "have you anything -
.: : like that?" out and take a little spin with me right She ironed out her dress, put Three Michigan Bandits liquid laxative like Dr. Caldwell's I I
"
first? sweet in the parlor baked and Syrup Pepsin will tell you a lot. A I
" .. "Of I peas
bat Dark blue Dat'svat
...::'. i course Sol and Sam sprang to their feet frosted an extra cake, made lemonade. Taken in Quick RoundupBurr few weeks' time, and your bowelscan
you want Dvendy-fife dollars. be "as clockwork"Dr. -
regular as
simultaneously. Oak Mich.-Three identi-
the fates were against her. Jen
Again
. He paused. "Id's geddin' on late in Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is an
"Say, Pupper, kin we? Oh, Mummer Neal appeared, as she had hoped, and fied by state police as members of a
.\ de summer. Ve'll say dvendy. An' a approved liquid laxative which all
let us !I""It's was cordially welcomed-by Mr. and machine gun gang that robbed the for use.It makesan
;:.;: vide shirt-vaist to go mit-maype doo, druggists keep ready
" 1f:; so you could keeb nice an' clean. An' perfectly safe 1" assure you. Mrs. Chamberlain, Sol and Sam But First National bank here of a few hundred ideal family laxative; effective for

F den valk down Perhaps you'll all come? George had arrived before him, and dollars were held by authorities ''all ages, and may be given the
you'll to Miss
liddle blue an' Lynn'sand Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlain exchanged had taken possession of the parlor and. after one of the quickest roundupson youngest child. :Member N. R. A.
;. puy vun vide hat""Yes
glances, and Mr. Chamberlain sighedheavily record.
of Anne.
't, : ," breathed Anne "that's It .
With obvious disappointment,
Two of the men were In a Sturgis
: She escaped, of course long enoughto
r But I must shoes
have some to go with
k'-::' it from you first. her husband spoke for both. greet Neal. But for a second time hospital with serious wounds from bul- For Hard Coughs or

"Thanks kindly I guess me an' lets fired by state 'police who raideda
her
: he declined invitation to
/{. '' "Sure Nice dan oxfords. An' silk come In.
' Mummer'll set here. We're kinder Hildreth cottage at Middle Lake where the Colds That You
;;; stockings de same color. An' gloves" "Mr. would never forgive Worry -,.
!! tired after a hard day's work, but the laughingly trio had hidden. The third escaped,
I'? '"And-and could I of he, he said "and I'm 'sure
.' try on one boys kin go, if they're a mind ter." but later hiding under Creomulslon Is made to give su
was captured
" :. those white dresses at the same time?" the boys want another ride. This timeI
When, fifteen minutes later l the his preme help for coughs or colds.It .
He
<,: An hour later she was on her shan't take no for an answer from another cottage. gave name as

home again, her new possessions way horseless'carriage dashed Into the your father and mother, either Do Vincent MInnici. thirty-five, of Chicago. combines 7 helps In one--the

'.:!:1.1' tucked securely under the seat of the yard again, discharging Its owner and come, Mrs. Chamberlain." 'The two wounded men, police said, best helps known to science. It Is

his guests, the latter beaming, their when for quick relief, for safety.
v rickety' buggy. She had seventyfive (TO BE CONTINUED.) had $500 In their pockets cap-
spent careful'people
tured. They their names as Joe But more and
" .: dollars But she did not begrudge %! l2 tt<*&tt p" # # MacDonald gave thirty, and John Smith, more, use it for every cough that
-i, a cent of It She was deliciously
I' twenty-four. G., D Bordner, the bank starts. No one knows where a
happy.
Zoo Man Picks Snakes Best Pets"Birds
lead. No tell
i, The as cashier, said the men obtained less cough may one can
& family were already at supper
which factor will do most That
time lock
when she slammed the kitchen door than $1,000 because a prevented -
and cats and dogs and even In addition of the vaults. depends on the type of cold.
behind her "?Val, here ye be at last," to making' good pets ,opening \
: her mother said fish, may be all right for pets," sass all of these varieties and many othersare Creomulsion costs a little more
heavily, looking up
'.:- from the cold pork and maple sirup Harry Gardiner, of the Detroit Zoo- valuable allies, of the farmer, W. D. Hines Dies on His than lesser helps. But it means

she was eating. "Ain't logical park staff, "but if I were choosing Gardiner points out, because they are the utmost help. And it costs you
goin' ter set j
down?" yer a pet I'd pick a snake." Althoughfor responsible for the destruction of great Way Home From Turkey nothing if it fails to bring the

"No, I'm not hungry. I'm going In a' number of years Gardiner act quantities of field mice. For this reason New York.-Walker D. Hines, director quick relief you seek. Your drug

to dust the parlor,'and then I'm going ed as general superintendent of the he hopes that the conservation department ;"general of American railroads from gist guarantees it. Use it for

to dress. bird house at the zoo snakes have' will some day see fit to pro 1919 to 1920, died in Merino, Italy, relatives safety's sake. (adv.)

'f. ., '.. "George must be comin' over," always held first place In his affections tect Michigan's harmless snake* in the here were notified.

chortled Mr. Chamberlain, pouring his says the Detroit News. same manner that it now protects Hines, who was sixty-three years '

{' tea into his saucer, "I shouldn't be a Gardiner's first choice In selectinga many other wild creatures. old, went to Europe! last June as' headof

mite surprised ef they wuz t' settle reptilian pet would be a "nice" king a mission to study economic rehabilitation i-- j

". everything up ternight." snake. "One of these fellows," he American History Picks of Turkey. He had stopped

Anne had decided that it would be declares, "would lie In your lap all In Italy for a few months. because of j jj

wiser to say nothing about her new ac- day If you wanted it to and It was April for 'Big AffairsJust ill ,health.

quaintance until bis arrival I Iwas imminent never known to hurt anybody." why American history has a.galaxy Death was caused by apoplexy, saida IRRITATION

There would, not be much Strangely enough this docile snake of its majo' events In April Is a cablegram from Mrs 'Hines, who j

; 4 time, then, for explanations. Unfor recommended as a iirst-class pet Is question for the astrologers to ponder. with their daughter, Mrs. Paul Tisonof i

r = + tunately however, she ran too close to the same one that rattlers, copper Concord and Lexington occurred April Darien, Conn., had accompanied the i

'< the wind. The disorder In the parlor heads \land water moccasins in some of 19, 1775. Jio first bloodshed of the .noted attorney and administrator. Relieve all dryness and
applying
irritation
by
,1'; was worse than she had expected. our southern states find such a formidable Mexican war took place April 25, 1846. Burial! was in Florence, Italy. IMonlholatiini night

,' :' + Nothing was sacred to Sam' and Sol. enemy, Although the king snakEis The Civil war began with the attack and morning.

c ; 'and their mother was too indolent to not poisonous Itself, it Is Immuneto on Fort Sumter April 12, JSG1 and Very Lights, War Relics, i.

interfere with them. :They seemingly the poisons of other snakes and frequently ended with the surrender of Lee at ,

had spent the showery afternoon chas attacks and kills any of those Appomattox April 9, 1SG5. Five years Save Flyers in Smog

:" Ing each other around the furniture. just mentioned. later, Lincoln was assassinated. War Pittsburgh Pa.-Very lights, pre

,.:.:. ;. ;: The pictures hung awry from Jostling ; .' Should this herpetologist be forced was declared against Spain on April served from World war days, saved a

.::--:1. the tidies on the backs of the chairs to fall back on a local species of 25, 1S9S, and against; Germany on April pilot and his passenger, the latter a CHAPPED ROUGH SKINTo

were disarranged; the photographs snake In picking out a pet be might 6, 1917.! Other Important landmarksof brother-in-law Mayor William N.

,.. were scattered about; the carpet was take a pilot black snake, a fox snake, the month are: opening of First McNair, In a Pittsburgh "smog." Lieut. and relieve hasten the the return soreness of skin and comfort dryness :

., tracked with mud ; It took Anne some a milk snake or even a hog-nosed snakeor congress, April G, 1789 ; signing of Lon. W. D. Coursey and Adam J. Countryman -

., moments In spite of the speed with a puff-adder. "There Is no reason' don naval treaty, April '22, 1930; San for three hours couldn't find the

'; '' which she worked, to put things to why the latter should not make a good Francisco earthquake April 18, 190G; 'army airport.. Officers routed out Very Resi ol

rights. She was not half dressed pet," he says. "It is absolutely barm Jefferson's birth, April 13, 1743 ; Poncede pistols and shot green flares. Coursey

when she heard the chugging sound of less In spite of Its pretentious blusterIng Leon's discovery of Florida, April landed without mishap.

the horseless carriage, and, from her and evil appearance." 8, 1313.-St Louis Post-Dispatch


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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1034.

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Perhaps it's early to mention the 1 11. Entering bank: r for yourselves treasures,In heaven, IN CIRCUIT COURT, TWELFTH

The Clewiston News fact, but we want to emphasizethat I Front door..................................50I where neither moth nor rust doth JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA -
HENDRY
IN' AND FOR
Published every Friday in Clewiston, all political announcements and I I Side door....................................25 corrupt, and where theives do not COUNTY; IN CHANCERY
Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS, advertisements are strictly cashno -; 2, Spitting on floor: i break through nor steal: for where

I Inc. exceptions.HENPRY Plain ............................_............25 I your treasure is, there will your i
Tobacco ................:....................5 0 heart be also. The light of the bodyIs GLAYS W. SEABERG,
Keathley Bowden, Editor 3. Speaking out of turn: the eye: if therefore thine eye be Complainant t\
COUNTY RANKS Bill for Divorce.
To president.........._.................1.0 0 single, thy whole body shall be full vs.
ARTHUR W. SEABERG,
GASOLINEUSED
HIGH 'IN
To cashier...................................5 0 of light. But if thine eye be evil, Defendant.It .
Entered as second class mail mat- PER CAPITA To assistant cashier................25 thy whole body shall be full of dark-

ter February 1, 1927, at the Post To vlce-pres...................no charge.I. ness. No man can serve two masters: to appearing the sworn by bill affidavit of ComplaintIn appended -

Office in Clewiston, Florida, under Hendry county, during the monthfo 4. Asking for balance...............1.00 for either he will hate the one, and, the above entitled cause that the
the Act of March 3, 1897. December, 1933, consumed 72- 5. Making eyes at book-keeper: love the other; or else he will holdto defendant Arthur L. Seaberg' is a

551 gallons of gasoline and 9,713. Unconsciously ........................__05 the one, and despise the other. non resident of the State of Florida -

Subscription rate, 2.00 per year. gallons of kerosene. This amountis Consciously ...........................5.00 Ye cannot serve God and mam- that there is no person within
Advertising rates on application. that on which the state and fed- 6. Arguing over amount of balance: mon. Therefore I say unto you, Takeno I the State of Florida the service of

eral tax was paid and does not In civil manner..........___.__.........50 thought for your life, what ye process in Chancery upon whom
include the vast amount which was In quarrelsome manner, shall eat, or what ye shall drink; would bind the said defendant.,
I is ordered that the
Devoted to the advancement and used in the county by U. S. .Government first time............................2.50 (Continued on Page Seven) I defendant It thereupon Arthur L. Seaberg be
agencies,, chiefly U. S. engineers each time
afterwards..5.00
. welfare of Clewiston and Hendry I and appear to the Bill of Complaintin
around Clewiston, and on 7. Keeping president from golf
: County. said cause on or before the 5th
which no tax is paid. game :................................100.00So WANTED-Lady or gentleman day of March A. D. 1934 otherwisethe
Hendry county ranks high among it may behoove us to be!care- with executive ability to represent allegations of said Bill of Com-

;, Would the CWA list beauty parr small counties in the amount of ful when we enter the bank to con- Southwest Florida Fair. Must be plaint will be taken as confessed,

,' lors as "permanent" improvements? gasoline consumed. Although smallin duct ourselves in a most meritorious bona fide resident of this city and by him.

( size and population it consumeda I manner. Mr.' Stewart and Bonnie well recommended. Answer mail It is further ordered that the

great deal more gasoline than may be making charges to our only, give qualifications, to S. Burg- above notice be published in the
V 4 out of 5 have it" says the advertisements -
and added other nearby small counties Glades, account all the time we are there. dorf; Chamber of Commerce, Fort Clewiston News a newspaper 'pub-
some wag
i, Collier and Okeechobee counties, Myers, Florida. lished in said County and State once
:' "and the 5th knows where to get :
:
. week for four consecutive weeks.
a
it." being used for comparison, con That new sign at the_ ''jog in the .
: sumed respectively 35,784 gal- street towards the Hopkins Building NOTICE Done and ordered, at LaBelle ,
t : OF SPECIAL MEETINGOF
Florida this 1st day of FebruaryA.
lons and 43,428 .
62,509 gallons saying "Business District Slow STOCKHOLDERS CLEWIS-
r: If Oscar DePriest would devote D. 1934.
gallons. Down, may be stretching the mat- -TO'f HOME BUILDING ASSO-
l. his time to trying to be a good con- WILLIAM T. HULL,
: Figures for county consumptionof ter a trifle. It looks<: :queer to see CIATION.
gressman instead of worrying about : tax-free gasoline are not avail- the sign before a whole:,block of va- Clerk Circuity.Court-

' ';> negroes being allowed to eat at the able but the inspection bureau of cant lots, but the fact is, that schoo By Inez'..Magill',

f:;::' House' restaurant and like ques' the state department of agriculturegives children and other pedestrians and : Notice meeting is hereby of the given Stockholders that a special of- (SEAL). Deputy Clerk\

;; tions, he would increase the nation's the total amount of gasolinesold bicyclists keep that street almost the Clewiston Home Building As- LOUIS O. GRAVELY,

f:' respect for his ra e.f tax-free in :;the' ,state at 215,646 crowded, so slowing down is quite _:ociation has been duly called, and Solicitor for Complainant.. ,

: gallons and 1050 ,gallons of kero- appropriate. The corner of the will be held at the office of the Cor

Saw Russell Kay's Confidential Hopkins building is also a good poration, Administration Buildingin
". Bulletin printed in one of the ext sene.The state bureau also gives fig- place to be driving slowly, so the the City of Clewiston, County of ....:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :'...:....:.':":::":":":":":":":0 I<:

changes last week. Must've been ures of carlots of fertilizer sold in sign will accomplish a good pur- Hendry, Florida, on Thursday, Feb- Y

-'".' a shock to Russell. Not that the the' various counties of the state po-e, if it can get us all to slow M.ruary for 15 the, 1934 following, at eight purposes o'clock: P. ::;: New and Used :.t;:
: during December, Hendry county lown, even though it seems
mis-
,:; contents wouldn't bear divulging,
(A) To take action upon and s. v
; but the editor published the whole purchasing 108 tons of fertilizer placed to say "business district."
,' with reference to each and every ::
during the last month of 1933.RAMBLING&. *. *" :: FURNITUREBELLE
,-
I. thing, including the heading "Con- one of two resolutions adopted by J

':':'" fidential Bulletin." That's how If we all drove the new Chevrolet the Board of Directors .of the Clew- I .. y y

::.' some women keep a secret. .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:::::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. traffic signs might .be almost.' iston Home Building' Association: :
R.I.Ii'!..,..'.. unnecessary. According to Pop Kel- at the meeting thereof held December -'I GLADE _:
!
.' ley that car can do everything but 27, 1933, as follows, towit: I
Clewiston had a rare treat last make you dodge pedestrians. it ((1) The resolution declaring I': I.

week when the girl's Kiwanis team certainly is a nifty looking and a to be advisable, to amend the Let- :: FURNITURE COMPANY .*.
;_ played the regular Kiwanians. But ters Patent of the Association by I
; we still have Another farce in mind .:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:.-:..:..:..:...:..:...:..:..:..:..:. fine driving automobile. striking out Article 6 in its en- .:;,: Belle Glade, Florida :}.
:
that we want to see here. A "don- tirety, which reads as follows: y ::
key diamond ball game". It is How did you like the surprise Queer English "The Association shall have pow- ::: Next Door To Theatre ;
';-e had for you last week?.-mean- ,-.r to borrow for its f
money .
by the regular players, a- corpor- "
played .ng, ,of course, Castles in the Glades. We'll begin with a box, and the :ate purposes and to issue itS evidences .
has been
stride donkeys, and puton
t's to be a regular feature, and we plural is boxes. of indebtedne-s thereof to
in several towns through the
'elieYe it will prove a most attractive But the plural of ox should be in amount not exceeding twenty- :
w state, including For tMyers, and the one to all our readers. We all oxen', not oxes. five per cent ((25 per cent) of its . . .
;
results highly satisfactory :"
were : :
TOSS assets.; ;
know the engineers, whether we belong Then one fowl is goose, but two are '
'treasury. to the Castle clan or not. Lake called geese. xrd substituting therefor as ArticleNo. I'
6. of the Letters Patent, a paragraph -
Okeechobee is about as well coveredby Yet the plural of
: ball commission. mouse should never reading as follows
HM engineers right now as it is by be meese, "The Association shall have the Good FarmLand :

newspapers, so we hope the two .You may find a lone mouse or a right to become a member of any
SLOT MACHINE SUCKERS may be combined, at least, to the nest of, mice, Federal Home Loan Bank or other

extent of a column a week. Mrs But the plural of house is houses, federal or reserve corporation ,
K;'; In view of the. prevalence here G 0. Wallace, ,who writes said not hice.If created or authorized by law to lend

and there of'the slot machine as col., lived first in' Clewiston when ; the plural of man Is. always money to building and loan as-

an instrument of pleasure and po- she came to the 'Glades, and she called! men, ociations, and for such purpose: for Rent ,

tential profit, it may convict some and the rest of the family are well- Why shouldn't' the plural of pan be nay subscribe and pay for stock in ,
such
corporation and
it
shall
.. slot machine players of being poor known here. She is the daughter of pen? ... have
the power to invest! its funds in
:k; business men when it is shown the late Dr. Blackman, for many The 'cow In the plural may be bonds, notes, or del'en-securities -
r'
what odds they are bucking even years president of Rollins College cows or kine, *ures issued by any such corporation -

'$':,.''' in machines that have not been and is writing as Marjorie B. Wal- But the plural of vow should never The Association may, in the

.ii n': "doctored." lace. Her informal, chatty styleof be vine. discretion of its Board of Directors
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'
: The Philadelphia Record has had writing and her actual knowledgeof And if I speak of a fast and you borrow from any Federal, ,Home
!;"' some' close study made of slot ma- the engineers and 'esses will make show me your feet, Loan Bank or other Federal or reserve -
'
chines. Mayor LaGuardia ran them Castles in the Glades keen reading.Did And I give you a boat would a pair Corporation and to secure Trespassers
out of New York City, you may re-: you notice her recipe for be a beet? such:; loans may mortgage, pledge,
member. So they were taken by broiled grapefruit that the Moore If assign, deposit, transfer or hypo- Will Be'
one is a tooth and a whole lot :.hecate its real il
estate I
mortgagesecur'ties
,
the thousands to Philadelphia, and Haven engineer-esses sprung on are teeth, : or other "assets, or ProsecutedClewiston
rigged to circumvent the presentlaw the Pahokee delegation? Well, the Why shouldn't the plural of boothbe part thereof." any !

regarding gambling devices. Clewiston' News published the recipefor called beeth? (2) The resolution declaring it I I

Most of us know how a slot ma- it a few ''weeks ago, (Dec. 29th, If the singular's this and the pluralis to be advisable to amend the By- I

chine works, from the outside. You page 8, to be exact). It really is these, i\ Laws of the Association by striking -

place your coin in a slot, pull a han- wonderful though hot grapefruit Should the plural of kiss be nick- out Section 2 of Article II of

' dle, three wheels whir to a stop, sounds more like medicine, and named keese? the By-Laws in its entirety which

and various combinations of sym- should stimulate the consumptionof Then one may be that, and three mac reading is identical with the readingof
bols, oranges, bars, lemons, plums, that fruit. If you haven't triedit be those, Article 6 of the Letters:: Prtert:: ,
and substituting as Section 2 of The
Ar-
and other fruit, before do before the is ,
appear you season over. Yet hat in the plural. would never ticle II cf the By-Laws, a paragraph:
in glass window.Combinations *
a be hose. I
reading the same as the paragraph
indicate winnings. And now, it seems the government We speak of a, brother and also of I to be substituted for Article 6 of the
Following are your chances of reward is going to build some real brethern Letters Patent.By I

from a slot machine that has castles for the engineerstheymay But though we mother order
say we never of the Board of Dir- Company
not been fixed to reduce the odds not look like castles in Spain, say methern. ectors. .

still more: when they are completed but at '
Then masculine pronouns are- he, M. W. BIGG, II
' .' One chance in 81-3 of getting two least they won't be in the air any his and him. Secretary. .

: coins or slugs. longer, they've been in the air long But Imagine the feminine-she, No. SC-Feb. 2, 9. ............................................................................................,.,".. ,,
:',' One chance in 12 1-2 of .getting enough. From what we can hearat shis and shim. tW'

rr;' ':.., four.One present, several of them will look So the English, I think, you all wilt! -- ---'---
r,-' chance in 83 1-3 of getting quite castle-y, at that. agree, !4'A'e -
r;, eight., *
Is the most wonderful language
One chance in 250 of 12. The U. S. you '
getting Engineer's Castles don'tseem ever did see!
%Win
;' One chance in 500 of getting 16. to be the only thing being Positively Give Away
'
r1. One chance in 1000 of getting built here, either. You can scarce-

t: the jackpot. ly turn around without hearing or tintrap cbooIlLesson
But this isn't all. A clip fastenedon 'seeing some contemplated buildingor

on the fifth plunger of the regulation one in process of 'construction. CashSATURDAY

r.. machine will prevent it from We wakened Monday morning to Ev1!

r< ever falling for a jackpot, and similar find the lot across from Alston's ;

rigging of other plungers can and the B and B being grubbed up NIGHT F
prevent their falling on the more and digging for foundations for a FEBRUARY 4, 1934 ,'

.' lucrative combinations. new building started.-Another beer ,

; So the slot machine continues garden, and we understand clothing Subject: Putting God's Kingdom Bring Your Tickets and Stay Until !

\ that fine old tradition, "Never give store, or what .have you? The Clew- First. I
a Sucker a break!" When you figure iston Drug Company is building a Golden Text: "But seek ye first Prizes Are Awarded

r. out the percentages, a roulette warehouse for its seed and fertilizer the kingdom of God, and_ his right- }

; wheel becomes a benevolent institution department that lost its quarters eousness; and all these things shall IF MONEY I
' by comparison with a slot in the fire last month. Two cabins be added unto you." Matt. 6: 33.

r machine. Yet because the slot ma- are going up at the camp for tour- Lesson Text: Matt. 6: 19-33. j Is Not Claimed on First drawing at 9 o'cl ckdrawings
:. chines are so convenient, ,and can ists on the street to the depot. And Time and place of Lesson: A. D. 1

be played with change in any corner by. the time this is in print there 28; A hill in Galilee. will be repeated every 15 minutes until -

store, or back gf any cigar counter, may be others, that's Jjust how fast Today we have our second lesson I

they reap their silver harvest much things seem to be happening here.' from the Sermon on the Mount., closing time or until prizes are claimed. [
, easier than the other devices of After setting out the Beatitudes in
Everyone has chance. ,
'. chance that really give the customer Somebody handed us a copy of last Sunday's lesson, and giving us I a r rI

a fair run for his money. the New Bank Code (For Customers His great lesson on Christian love,
: SAVE THESE SAME TICKETS t
; No' wonder the slot machine racket ), that came originally from the Jesus continued! his sermon, saying, I FOR SEASON PRIZE :

is, so well financed; it can afford Amherst Record. Even at the _"Lay not up for yourselves treasures i I .

the very best, ,because its returnsare chance of Mr. Stewart thinking we upon earth, where moth and ALSTON'S DRUG STORE I

better than gilt-edge securities, are poking fun at his bank, we arel I rust doth corrupt, and where thieves I I

, and much quicker,-Miami Herald going to reprint it, as follows: bre through and steal: but lay up -
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-----I Parish, Louisiana. Mr Peed explains as my 'own daughter. How sweet I II of maiden loveliness. j barbarous scattering of their colony .
,TRUE STORY OFEVANGELINE II that Mr. Vcbrhios" ,who prepared the I tempered, how, loving she was. She ;'. "Emeiine, who had Just completed took place. '"'
accou't is. the son of the Godmotherof had grown to womanhood with all her sixteenth year, was on the eve "Our oppressors had driven us to- ':
TOLD I Evungoltne, who tells the story. lie ciiiirui oi hex -,: \, and, thoughnot I of marrying a most serving, laborious ward the seashore, where their ships ';\
i' His nephew Dan Voorhtes had" the a beauty, in the sense usually and well-to-do young man of lay at anchor, and Louis, resisting, "
';! : Bv GODMOTHER original from which the, following given to that word, she was looked 1 St. Gabriel, named Louis Arceneaux. was:! brutally wounded by them.
was copied.) I upon as the handsomest girl in St. The'r mutual love dated from their Emeline had witnessed the whole ,
I- fJ I I Gabriel. Her' fine, transparent, hazel earliest years, and all agreed that scene. Her lover was carried on '
:..l ;. (Moore Haven Democrat) The True Story Evangeline eyes mirrored faithfully her pure providence willed their union as man board one of the ships, the anchor .,.
" (Editors Note:.-This copy of the By Felix Voorhies, thoughts; her bewitching smiles; and wife, she the fairest young was weighed, and a stiff breeze soon "
true story of "Evangeline", immortalized Nov. 26,- 1899 her dark brown hair, waving in maiden, he the most deserving youthof drove the vessel out of sight. EmeI -
in Henry Wadsworth" Long- grrccful undulations on her intelll- St. Gabriel. !I line tearless and speechless;> stood

fellow's poem was handed to us this "Emeline Labiche, ;Potiots, was an. C'nt forehead and fallinn in ringlets!: I "Their ban had been published fixed to the spot, motionless as a -
week by B. E. Reed, who came into I orphan girl whose .parents had died on'her shoulders; her slender, symmetrical in the village church, the nuptial day statue, and when the white sail .
possession of the copy while serving when she was .quite a-; child.I' ; had : shape -contributed: to i i was fi':ed, and their long love dream I vanished in the distance she uttered t
l .and raised her I makeher a most attractive picture was about to be realized, when the Continued,
; as parish engineer of St. Martin I taken to. my home ', .' ( on Page Six) .
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THE TRUE STORY voice, 'Who are you?' and turned Receivers In said petition pursuantto NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE ship 44 south, range 34 east.
OF "E\Y AXG ELI l\"E" away from me. Her mind was un- Chapter 16256 Laws of Florida, The West half (W% ) and South-

hinged; this last shock had been too. Acts of 1933 request' authority of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that east quarter'' (SE%) 'of ,Section 13,'
_ (Continued from page 5) much for her broken heart; she the above Court to accept bonds, the undersigned Special Master in and all of sections 24, 25 and 36, all

ing to the ground. was hopelessly insane. matured '''interest coupons', or ,other Chancery by virtue of the final de- In Township 43 South, Range 33
obligations of 'said District.at ,
"When she came to, she claspedme "Ah, Petiots, how strange it is in lieu of money, in the payment par of cree of foreclosure entered in that East.
in her arms and in an agony of that such a pure and celestial a be- all such taxes and, assessments or certain cause pending In the Circuit The Southwest quarter (SWK)
Court of the Twelfth Judicial Circuitof and all of the North half (N%) of .
grief she sobbed piteously. 'Mother ing should be the sport of fate and installments of taxes or assessments,
Florida for in Section '7, situated, lying and being
Hendry County -
'Mother, said she, in broken words, I be thus exposed to the shaft of ad- and requesting authority to accept C)
Chancery, being Case No. 635, wherein south of the NIne' Mile Canal, and
'He is gone; they have killed him, versity. Is it true, then, that the either installment tax or maintenance '
W. G. Troxler, as successor trustee the West half (W% ) of Section 8,.
what wilj become of me?' beloved of God are always visited by tax without requiring paymentof is plaintiff, and Sugarland except:: 80 foot right of way as laid
"I soothed her grief with endearing some sore trial? Was It that Evan- the other at the'same time. Development Company etal,. are defendants out and now occupied by Moore
You further
words until she wept freely. By geline was too etherial a being for petition are,will' be notified that this will, on Monday, February Haven and Clewiston Railroad Company -
to
degrees its violence subsided but this world, and that God would have presented the ,5, 1934, between the hours of eleven across said Sections 7 and 8;
Judge of said court at his office in
the sadness of her ,countenance be- her in His sweet paradise? It does the Court House In Fort Myers, Lee o'clock, A. M., and two o'clock, P. M., all of Sections 17, 18, 19, 20, 21,
tokened the sorrow that preyed on not belong to us, Petiots, to solve County, Florida, on Monday, the 12th I.at the front door of the County Court- 22, 27, 28,. 29, 30, 31, 32,, 33 and
house In LaBelle, Florida, offer for 34, all in Township 43 South Range
her heart, never to be contaminatedby this mystery and to scrutinize the day of February, A. D, 1934 at Nine
sale and sell at public outcry, to the 34 East
her love for another one. decrees of providence; we have onlyto o'clock A .M. or ,as soon thereafteras ;
.... "Thus she lived In our midst, always bow in submission to His will. they may be heard or at such best and highest bidder for cash, the EXCEPT land released from the
following described real property in
lien of said mortgage as is more
other time
"Emcline never recovered her or place as the Court may
:. sweet tempered, with such sadness Hendry County, Florida,' to-wit: shown in Mortgage
: then designate and that if you have particularly
reason, and a ,deep melancholy set-
in her
c depicted countenance Jed upon her. Her beautiful coun- any objections to the, entering of All-of Section one (1), in township Satisfaction Book '1, pages 280 and
and with smiles sorrowful that
" so an order' in accordance with said 44 south, range 33 east. of'
' Records Hendry
:
we had ,grown to look her as tenance was fitfully lighted by a sad 495 Public
upon
petition that you be pretentat :
may All of Sections three (3), four
smile which made her all the fairer. Florida
County, ,
: not of this earth, but rather as our said time and place and presentthe
She never recognized anyone but (4), five ((5) and six (6), except to said decree an'd all cost'
:;;-, guardian angel, and this is why we same to the, Court. satisfy
( called her no longer Enieline but me, and nestling in my arms, like P Dated this 10th day of January j right of way granted by South Flor- ALLEN CLEMENTS.
,ida Farms Company to the A. C. L
i.... Evangeline, or God's little'angel.. spoiled child, would bestow on me A. D. 1934. Railroad Company by deed dated Special Master in Chancery.
2' "The sequel of her is not the most endearing names. As sweet I. JAMES E. BEARDSLEY, | .
story January
3, 1917, recorded in Book EVANS,' MERSHON & SAWYER.
l' ..' gay, Petiots, and my poor old heart and as amiable as ever, everyone v JAMES Co-Receivers M. COUSE,of :149, page 207, of the Public Records First National. Bank Bldg.,
: ,. breaks whenever I recall the misery pitied and loved her. jof Lee County, Florida, through sections :
p;", r of her fate". And when our grandmother "When poor, crazed Emeli n e Clewiston Drainage 10, 15, 22, 27 and 34, of Town- Miami, Florida,
t. c' spoke thus her whole figure strolled upon the banks of the Teche, District... !'ship 43 South, Range 33 East, and Solicitors for Plaintiff... ',

t' was tremulous with emotion. plucking the wild flowers that No. 6C. Jan. 12, 1J, 26, Feb. 1, 8. ,south,. Range 34, east,. all in town No. 4C. Jan. 5, .12, 19, 26; Feb. 2.

;ox, "Grandmother strewed her way, and'singing in ar ... .. .,,
we said, "We feel --- -- -
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'- undertone, some Acadian song who 'e .
so deeply interested in Evangeline,
met her wondered fair and
why
so
God's little angel; do tell us what i tl I:
;: gentle a being should have been vis- "
>4-., befell her afterward. ited by God's wrath.. I
:;:, "Petiots, how can I resist your "She spoke of Acadia and Loui HAn.: Attractive Clewiston Home *I.

r.t-y petition? I will now tell you what in such loving tones that one could

+ happened to our poor Evangeline," not listen to her words without U I 1'?' I
.:. and remained We Helped Build !
., V having awhile in shedding tears. She fancied hersel:: .t :
thoughtful reverie she resumed her :' .
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5. still the sweet girl of sixteen, on tin .:. .t ,
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eve of marrying the chosen one of :: : f .
;, "Emeline, Petiots, had been exiledto her heart, whom she loved with such .'!. .'t. r ." ..

Maryland with me. She was, as constancy of heart, and imagining ':. .!.. -, I ...
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; I have told you, my adopted child, her marriage bells were tolling from :.., 1T .I. :
and t loved her with a mothers love. the church tower, her countenance V .} ..
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:; ; She dwelt with us, and followed me would brighten and her fran .:: :*. I :;: *

V in my long, weary pilgrimage from i tremble with ecstatic joy. In thr;' ..:.I.'i.., I ,}.. ...
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= Maryland to Louisiana. I. shall not .:. ; .
sudden change from joy to despai. .. 'I :tr' .. ... .'f.
speak to you of the many dangers her countenance would change, an-: :c-t.: : I ..s.x ,

that beset us on our way, and of trembling'convulsively, gaping.: I fx
the obstacles we had to to .: .. I.. :
overcome struggling: for utterance and pointing .' : }..

reach Louisiana. This would be an- her finger at some invisible object .. .y. I I A .
ticipating what I have to relate; to in shrill and piercing accent* y i .

you. When we reached the Teche of agony and despair, she would cr, *

I : Country, at the Poste des Attakap- out: ''Mother, mother,' he has gone .!. .y. II 1- .

T', pas, we found there the whole pop- I they have killed him, what will become .! x.t.'f I Y fl

ulation congregated to welcome us. of me now,?' And..ben uttering 'S' I

As we walked from the boat Evan- a wild and unnatural shriek Ay'I.t.t. :: ; I;

geline walked by my side, but seem- she would: fall senseless in my arms"Sinking :
ed not to admire the beautifullandscape
at last under the ravages t.
e extending on all sides. Alas, it of her mental disease, she ex- .;. ::: f. .1.

was of no moment to her whethershe pired In my arms without a struggle, ..:. .::. .I. .r.

strolled on the poetic banks of and with an angelic smile upon her ':. .X. I ? ,lllJ; .t

the Teche or rambled in the picturesque fair lips. She now 'sleeps in her :s:, I .' V4 r. '"- '
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;5 sites of hospitable, Maryland -quiet. grave, shadowed by the tall : :

V ; she lived in the past and her oaks, near the little church at the .z!. y.t. of. .

;'' soul was absorbed in her regret of Postc des Attakappas, and her grave ..:. '+. 1'f r .t.,. .

9. that past. For her the universe had has been kept green' and flower .::. .:' ,' ,. AfrR .t tI., ,,

lost the prestige of its beauties, of strewn as long as your grandmotherhas ..t' ::: t. .
its splendor, of its freshness. The been able to visit the little town. ,:.' ,t. ,

radiance of her dreams was dimmed "Ah, Petiots, how sad was the .:, ..t'.t., .s' '.(

and she breathed in an atmosphereof fate of poor Emeline, Evangeline. :t i: ::: yy au : :i :._

darkness and desolation. God's little angel." ':.' ... I.,
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f -' "She walked beside me with a Grandmother buried her face In .t..t.j .

t'.o measured step and grave counten- her hands- and wept' and sobbed bit- ',' :: .}I.}.

1\/: hand ance., All and at as if once fascinated she grasped by a vis-my with terly.emotion Our ,hearts and sympathetic, too, swelled''tears r_;: We Can Help You To Own A Home tl.I.:

: ion, she stood rooted to the spot; I rolled down our cheeks. We with-:

her very heart's blood suffused her drew softly and left dear old grand- ;

cheeks with a crimson flush, and mother alone, to think of and
with the silvery tones of a voice for her Evangeline, God's weep little III: Clewiston Home Building 'Asso ia ion Iii

vibrating with joy, 'Mother,' Mother, angel. .

'she cried, 'It is he, it is Louis', pointing '
tall ------
to
a figure ofa man reclining -

beneath a large oak. NOTICE _. -. ..
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"That man was Louis Arceneaux. Sealed bids will be received until

With the rapidity of lightning she 8 o'clock P. M. February 5, 1934,
flew to his side, and in the ecstacy by the City Commission of the Cityof

of joy and love she cried out: 'Louis, Clewiston, Florida at the City IS YOUR.CAR SLUGGISH

Louis, I am your Emeline, your long Hall in Clewiston, Florida, for furn-
lost Emeline, have you forgottenme ishing to the City complete'.fire fight-

?' Louis turned ashy pale and ing apparatus including, fire truck

hung down his head, without uttering with minimum pumping capacity of
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'. 300 gallons per minute and accessories
word. 'Louis', said she
pain-
; 1000 feet standard 2 % inch
I':"., fully impressed by her lovers silence fire hose with couplings attached;
V and coldness, 'Why do you turn suction hose complete; leader lines;
: from me? I am still your Emeline, shut off nozzles; Siamese; 30 foot ( ))

your betrothed, and I have kept pure extension ladder; 12 foot roof lad-
,
,' and unsullied my plighted faith to der. The right is reserved to'rej.ct 1 "\

, you. Not a word of welcome, Louis', any or all bids. '- J
:, she said,' as the tears started'to her BY ORDER OF THE CITY COM- iE

:' eyes, 'Aell me, do tell me, that you MISSION. M. W. BIGG, _f ASG
love me still and that the joy of
City Clerk.
I r meeting me has overcome you and F. D. DUFF ,
: has stifled your utterance' Mayor..

l- a "Louis Arceneaux with quivering No. 5C. January 5' 12. 19, 26.
r', lips and tremulous voice answered
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: 'Emeline '' --- /
speak not so kind-
ly to me, for I am unworthy of you; IN THE CIRCUIT COUnT'Oli' THE

t I Ican love you no ,longer; I have TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT

.. pledged my love to another; tear OF HENDRY FLORIDA COUNTY., IXL'"D FOR

from your heart the remembranceof
\Six CHANCERY _
me and forgive : With
me. a THE CLEWISTON '
': COMPANY
quick step he walked away and was ET AL, 1 Distributor
,;
soon lost to view in the forest. Plaintiffs, ,

"Poor Emeline stood trembling -vsCLE'WISTON c

\. like an aspen leaf. I took her hand. DRAINAGE DISTRICT That Good i iI
ET AL
It was icy cold, a deathly pallor .
Defendants. -
spread over her countenance and '
her eyes had a vacant TO ALL BONDHOLDERS AND *
stare. 'Erne- OTHER I Gulf
CREDITORS OF CLEWIS .
;. line, my dear girl, come,' I said, TON DRAINAGE DISTRICT: -

and she followed me like a child, You are hereby notified that a

without resistance. I clasped her in petition has been filed in the above _..
my arms. 'Emeline, be comforted; entitled cause by the Receivers he:'c- ," ....
there may yet be happiness in store tofore appointed for Clewiston Drainage Gdsolin"l

for you.' Emeline, Emeline', she District, praying instruction of

muttered in an undertone, as if to the Court relative to the manner of "

recall that name; "Who is Emeline? the payment of all taxes and .as 'ess- 16ytF sal LUBRICATES! UPPER CYLIHDER and VALVwi-\"l .
Then looking in my face with fear- ments or Installments of taxe or o (

ful shining eyes that made me shudder said assessments..District levied for the and'assess'd year 1932;/<;and.bv INCREASES POWER SAVES 'WEAR _."_.'.:
she said in unnatural .
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: ; ''I. P. L. Merritt spent the week-end OYSTER AND PIE SUPPERBY they spin: and yet I say unto you, I' fowls of. the air," Ect., From U. S..
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" i visiting relatives in Palm Beach LADIES AID TOMORROW that even Solomon in all his glory I I
public health service statement we
- J Personal Mention I' --- was not arrayed like one of these.
quote, "No bird ever tried to build I
:M.E. Haygood. of Miami, was a Members 'of the Ladies Aid So- Wherefore, if God so clothed the I
': business visitor here Monday. ciety are sponsoring an Oyster and grass of the field, which today is, more nests than its neighbors; no i

: Frank Davis, of LaBelle, was in Pie Supper to be given tomorrow I and tomorrow is cast into the oven, fox ever fretted because he had only i

i' Clewiston Friday., I J. B. f Tampa, was hereon '(Saturday) evening from 5 to 8 shall he not much more clothe you, one hole In which to hide; no squirrel
business Wednesday. o'clock in the school building. O ye of little faith? Therefore take ever died of anxiety lest he should
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I ,. D. G. Alston was a business visitor ;t Plates will be sold for 50c, with a I no thought, saying, what shall we I not lay by enough nuts for tWQwinters'

in Pahokee Thursday. Phillip,Gray, of'Miami' ; was a bus- half portion for children at half I eat? or what shall we drink? or, instead of one."

-.,e :s visitor here several 'days thsi price. There will be servings of wherewithal shall we be clothed? for Yet God expects each of you to
-- week "''am for those who do not care for I your heavenly Father knoweth that be Industrious, and careful with his
. L. Munroe, of Miami,
S. was a
oysters.A rye have need of all these thing earnings. No loafer or spendthrift
business visitor here Wednesday.
i 'I' Mrs, Leslie C.- Miller is leaving free show, with dancing' by I But seek ye first the kingdom or stands In God's favor.

Miss Mary Bush and Glen Ether- today for Tampa, where she will reside 'I upils of Mrs. Hope Mitchell, and a God, and his righteousness:: ; and all "Take no thought, saying What
" West for a time bingo game with numerous prizes these things shall be added unto shall we eat? or What shall we
ton were Sunday visitors in :; "
will be included in the evening's you. drink? or, wherewithal shall we be :
Palm Beach, .
;I,' Fred Moltz motored to Lake program. _There will also be bridge Even honest gain may divert the clothed? for your heavenly father i

W G. Beasley arrived in Clewis- i Worth to spend the week-end with later, at $1.00 per' table, for those I soul from God as much as the knoweth that ye have need of all I

r,. ton Monday, and has been assigned; I Mrs. Moltz and son, Pete. wishing to play. swindler's profits. Whatever you de- these thingss. But seek ye first the
The program for heA floor shot the exclusion kingdom of God his
!fre cr DOSSILS, to o and righteousness i
to duty with the U. S: Engineers.
{ Ben Cothern has returned t includes the following'numbers: ,cd's love ,or rervice, comes within ; and all these things shall be

.,.:<.. Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Furgess attended CVison ..fter spend'ng several Parade of the Wooden Soldiers: he warning of Jesus when he said, added unto you."

i> church services in West days visiting in Lakeland Gloria McDuffie, Anne Pafford, "Lay not up for yourselves treas- '

''k Julia OsTesby, Margaret VonMachand ures," Etc., "For where your treasure
Palm Beach Sunday.
', Ralph E. Spaulding, of Jackson- : Peggy Gal'ant.' is there will your heart be also." J. M.: COUSECounselor

", Mrs. M. R. Lawler and her house ville, was a business. visitor in Clewon Song and Tap Dance, by Julia One good method of'laying up treas-

;, guests, Misses Phillips and Lawler, I,, Tuesday. Ann Oglesby. ure in heaven is by earnest, secret and Attorney at Law
Sitting on the Back Yard Fence, prayer to God. "Prayer is the, draw-
Wednes-
in Fort
were visitors Myers I
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Among those transacting business ensemble: Nancy Wright, Peggy ing near of the human heart to God, Hopkins Building :

j. day. lie: o: the first of the week were Bill I j Lawler, Fay Lou Mitchell, Nora the intercourse of our spirits with Wednesdays and Saturdays

. '- Mr. and Mrs. W. T.' Efting spent Scaggs and Bill Mynatt of Tampa. \Og'esby, 'Sue Von Mach and Betty his spirit, the talking with God as 9:30 to 4:00 '

, the week-end in West Palm Beach I| McDuffie. a man talks with his friend." One
Mrs. R. M.f Sands, Miss Jane Honey Moon Hotel:' Nora Oglesby I
:; : visiting Mrs. Efting's parents. I writer says, "While we sail our shipof

Sands and Mrs. C. F. Vaughn spent and Fay Lou Mitchell. life let us take on a cargo which ...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:".
and Monday and Tue-day in Miami. Acrobatic Dance, by the class. shall be worth something in the
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Hodges
t. .
r' family visited friends and relatives I The Ladies Aid hopes 'to com- I country where we are to spend Jhe I :? WANTED ;

in Pahokee Sunday. Mrs. F. A,.' McKenzie. spent the I plete payment of a debt of $250 longest time," and that is the eternal I :i: NICELY DRESSED WELD :f 1
k, : week-end visiting at her former which was incurred in the beginningof life after death. X RABBITS :.t.X .
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:: home in Lakeland.Mrs. I the to provide furniture for X
Mr. and Mrs. H. Vanderpool, year "No man can, serve two masters-: x A
tf- V. L. PHILLIPS
', the parsonage. Only $69 remains Ye cannot serve God and Mammon."
."", of Bloomfield, New Jersey,, were in I + HAVEN FLORIDA f
MOORE
...: :.... ,,', Clewiston Thursday. McDuffiew. M. H. Crouch and Mrs. G.\\ unpaid at the present. The word mammon. comes from a .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..
B. re visitors in Syriac word meaning "That in which

d' ,' : R. L. Rinc, 'staff writer of the Beach Tuesday. I MRS. TRAINOR IS HOSTESS AT one puts his trust," and because so . . . . NW .
BRIDGE FOR VISITING LADIES :NN: :NNNNNN:NNNN: :NNNN:
!?i-f":, ', Miami Daily News spent Mondayand many put their trust in riches, the MNNNNN
Mr. and Mrs., B., E. Herring spent :: :i:
Clewiston. word has come to personify riches. j
: Tuesday in I:; SEA FOOD MARKET ;:
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the week-end with relatives in Pompano Misses Phillips and Lawler, who The language means that you cannot y

;i t';.<:" -. Mrs. Mary -Hayes=:! '-Davis, of La- spent this week here as guests of I trust in God and in riches, and I. LUNCHES t....

! business caller in town Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. Lawler were when God's law conflicts with the I
': Belle, was a I :
,;. Monday. Grover C. Poole returned Wednes- o honor guests Tuesday afternoon at making of riches you should follow :| J. MARTIN t i

day from Jacksonville where he had delightful: party which Mrs. C. F. his commands: "Take no thought :?_: FIRST DOOR NORTH POOLE'S GMO, :

5::: Mrs. Ray McIntosh has returned spent' a WE'e1on: buciness!' connected : Trainor gave at her home in the for your life," Etc, "What ye shall V LABELLE FLORIDA :t:

t.,.:''f here after a visit of several weeks with the U. S. Engineers office. I Schultz Apartments.The ,eat-drink-p u t on-behold the .t.:..N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N.N..N..N:N: ..N..N..N..N e..N..N..N..N MN. .
< with her mother in Winter Haven. afternoon was spent playing -
:" L:' HILLACHARDMiss I bridge, at which Mrs. Gayle

:4;:-.<: Mrs. H. C, Kolstad and son, I McFadden made high score; Mrs. I
Mary Margaret Achard, of M. R. Lawler second high. Both RECEIVED
;, :: 'Henry, spent the week-end visiting JUST
Fort Myers, and Albert J. Hill, of I received appropriate prizes. The
;, friends on the West Coast. ,
/(:;'," ."'. Clewiston, were united in marriage honorees received guest prizes and FRESH SHIPMENT HOLLINGSWORTH'S CANDIES
'; '.,:" Miss Ulla Jacobsen and Mrs. Zena Sunday morning at "River Pines", I Mrs. C. E. Nall was awarded the

, :t."'.; Egley attended the 'meeting of the the home of, the bride's parents, I cut prize. 'I In Valentine Boxes
; Mr. and Mrs. M. 1\1. Achard the Rev.-
... Eastern Star chapter held in Moore Delicious refreshments of cocoa
Joseph F. Bell, pastor of the Fort gingerbread with whipped ,cretin== I I
last
Haven ngiht.
, ;,_, Myers Methodist church, officiated was served to Mrs. Gayle McFadden, :i;;: :- Also Assorted Valentines'i i

'':i :. Mrs. Geo'ge! Stewart, of ,JacksonVille using the impressive ring service. Mrs. J.V'. Ezeile; Mrs. Mark R: >, j
: '' arrived Monday 1"'avisit"ith' The: young-couple 'tookthe.,vows Lawler\ ; "Mies'Phillips:: Miss Lawler' I

her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. before an ,improvised altar of I Io I I Mrs. A. A. Munroe and Mrs C. E. 'CLEWISTON DRUG CO."We .
ferns and
bougaiuvilles
o potted Nail.
< and Mrs. E. L. Stewart. I
? i) lms. Mrs Hill was given in mar- i I

Mr and Mrs. S. L. Kilgore and riage by her father and was attended ,- 0 GARDEN CLTJR GROUP HOPES Appreciate Your 'Business"

by her cousin, Miss Virginia Baker FOR CLEWISTON FLOWER SHOP
" son, Billy, of Leesburg, were visitors 1
of West Palm Him 1i
Beach. McLaughlin
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.. in Clewiston the first of the :
. week. was best man. A programof The Garden Club meeting was i!

nuptial music was played by Rod- held at the home of Mrs. E. L.

I Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Glaze, of Jacksonville ger Sha wcross. Stewart Thursday afternoon with
spent a couple of days at The bride: was attired in a gray Mrs. W. C. Owen, president, in the Our Membership In The '

s'::", the Clewiston Inn the first of the wool ensemble with a fur trim' and I' chair. The chief business discussion I "

week.. accessories of navy blue. She worea of interest centered in hopesof I
';'; :' : shoulder corsage of valley lillies the club of sponsoring a Clew-

't:;:,' Mr. and Mrs. Hirsch, of Orlando, and rosebuds,. and carried a prayer iston flower show. No definite i TEMPORARY :

. :-: r are the guests of their daughter and book. plans, were made, but the members
: 2'3",' son-in-law; Mr. and Mrs G. M. An informal reception; was held investigating 1 the possibilities

fI>: Niblack. after the wedding. if the show for later in the spring.A FEDERAL DEPOSITORS INSURANCE FUND

: Mrs. Hill was graduated'with hon- most interesting and worth-.
';;r.;. ;" M. S. Ryan of the state road department ors from the Fort ,Myers High while talk on Papayas ,was given k

':1; ::: with headquarters in School, in the class of 1932. Mr. the club by J. E. Beardsley, who Is Additional Evidence of Your Security

\\if\ Lakeland was in Clewiston on business Hill, also a graduate of the Fort I discussed the varieties, methods of
I
':/; Tuesday. I :Myers High School, received a degree growth and food value of this tropi- I I
; in mechanical engineering I cal fruit.
" / Miss Betty Spicer, Miss Kathryn from Georgia Tech with the classof Members present included Mrs. The First Bank of Clewislon

:;::7;': Miller and Miss Evelyn Hare, BobMitchell 1932. He is employed with the W. C. Owen' Mrs G. B. Rackstraw,

'.'t', ;"" George Schauerman and U. S. Sugar Corporation here. Mrs. R. Y. 'Patterson, Mrs. G. C.
!\:.:;;: Kurt Woodward motored to West -
Poole, Mrs. C. W. McDonald, 'Mrs. i,
. :. Palm Beach Sunday. MR. AND MRS. E. L. STEWART Leydig, Mrs. Spicer and Mrs Ivan .'

't' Lieutenant and Mrs. N. L. Hem- ENTERTAIN WITH DINNER Van Horn.BRIDGE ,.:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:<.: .,:..:..:..:..:..:......:..: >> .'
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'- enway spent a couple of days in I Mr. ,and Mrs. E; L. Stewart enter- TOURNAMENT NEARS t: .;-

,, Jacksonville, where Lieut. Hemen- tained with a dinner party at their HALF WAY MARK THIS WEEK I I.!. Will Be A
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',way' transacted business in the Jacksonville home :Monday evening. The guests :;;: :_

office of U. S. Engineers. included Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Hill, The duplicate bridge tournament V

a'j' .- Mr. and Mrs. W C. Owen, Captainand which is being played each Monday
: Mrs. M. G. Langford and baby Mis. F. D. Duff, Mr. and Mrs.:: night at the Clewiston Inn will Benefit Ctao-d Pa .rty If i ii.t.

son have arrived from Gainesville J, P. Percy and Mr. and Mrs.. H. A. reach the half-way mark next Mon .y-
and with Mr. Langford are making Bestor. day, the fifth session.At .. .;-
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their home with Rev. and Mrs. W. present, James McMakin and .d! .fy

B. Furgess. Mrs. Thomas Wins High Score W.. M. Redelsheimer are leaders in Y y

Prize at Bridge Club MeetingMrs. the North and South division and :: '
t Mrs.' H. A. Land ,drove to' Palm I Mrs. Lockhart, Miss Lockhart, :_;: For the Junior ClassClewiston :

Beach Wednesday to meet Mr. Land, I. M. Pafford entertained Mrs. Tom Shelley and Mrs. B. C. Y Y
who returned from Missouri, wherehe members of ,her bridge club Tuesday Thomas with but
a few points difference -
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was called last week by the ill- afternoon. High score ,prize in their scores, are leadingthe I :: ,' High School x i: _

ness and subsequent death' of hisfather' was won by Mrs. B. C. Thomas, and East and West players. I i
cut prize by Mrs. W. C. Worth. .'. .
Next week, Mr. Beardsley will .t. ,, at
Other guests included Mrs H. R. announce the standing, with scores .!. 'r", ::
Mr. and Mrs. ,. Boyler, of Hall, Mrs. C. W. McDonald, Mrs. G. and percentages, of all players at .'. .

Tampa, were here for a few days C. Poole Mr- F R. Maxwell end the close of the first half of the INN It I't.
this week Mr. Boyler represents the 3\Trs. D. G. Alston. series.:; The CLEWISTON

Standard Oil Company and trans- ..
acted business"- for the company:' JUNIOR CLASS TO GIVE SUNDAY .. .
SCHOOL

;,!";/{'i I.}..f..'(:";>",:'..c while here BENEFIT CARD INN NEXT PARTY FRIDAYThe AT p (\Continued' __ from .page LESSON 4) _1: FEBRUARY 9th 2:30-5:00 p. m. :f_: j j.i. ;

)k.-'y\: Miss Phillips and Mi-s:! Jane Law- -- for :: :
< nor yet your body, what ye shall .. I
i/ .::-:"' ,ler who have been visiting Mr. and Junior Class of the Clewiston pu ton. .It not .the 'life more than "t' : !
t,: Mrs. M. R. Lawler for several days Higli School is planning a benefit meat and the body more than ray- :: Admission 25 cents :: J J

I' 'f'...;, are leaving, today: for Miami for a bridge party, which will be givenat ment? Behold the fowls of the air: ::: .{.. ,- J

:< visit before returning to their homes the Clewirton; Inn Friday after- for they sow not neither do they .t. '. .t. : I'
in' ,t.
., Maine. noon from 2:30 to 5. reap, nor gather into barns yet '.
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, .:c- ; R., C. Huffman, Jr., of Miami, is yin ;. p the! ?I"nuCfJlT'Cnet tendered Are ye not much better than they? :I: Tickets may be purchased |:: 'j

-" making hi, <- home at the Clewiston '!I the seniors by the junior class. Which of you by taking thought can I Iy t
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9ij Inn for a few months. Mr. Huff Tickets will be sold for 25 cents add one cubit unto his stature And I 5 11th grade student |
man is ;
connected with
Huffman
and may be secured from any mem- why take ye thought, for rayment? I any
Construction Company, whose ofii. I her n* the iunior class, :Roy GreenIs Consider the lilies of the field, how

ftce are K"ated in <>Belle Glade president. I they grow; they toil not, neither do I :>.:..:..:..:..:.":..:..:.*>.:..:. ;..:..:.<*.:.*.:.**.:.*;.;..:".x..:.***:.:.************:*:*****

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THE FEATHERHEADS 'Delay of the Male


YeS-MY BROTHER i II NOW 'SMART tttI( ((1
I WAS
OPENEt7 UP A NEW SKATN&cRACKI, =EL.tX-! We-.L-A5.!
SKTATlMty RlMK 1 SlT'R AMP DON'TI SAYINtT IS LAID

iCAN AccoMMODATE) INTeRRUPT OtiT VER.Y UNlqUE-
300 COUPLE Sr NAVE{ You A PIECE
LET IT OUT
SHOW
OF PAPER- I'LL
A TIP FOR YOUNG LAWYERS .
Your
The irate producer stamped an-
Young Lawjcr-The judge assignedme grily up and down his ofIic : Suddenly
to defend a man who was so poor he stopped and gazed fixedlyat
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he couldn't afford to pay any fee. The the pretty actress.

Judge said that a young lawyer could +, r "But why, why don't you like the V ', ..
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afford to do this as it. might lead to part?" he asked heatedly

fut re business. "Because I don't, you idiot!"- she
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Friend-Yes. that sounds reasonable.' retorted.

How did the case turn out? "Don't call me an Idiot!" stormed '

Law 'er-I'l1 have to wait a Ions! the producer. "Do you want every., .
time:: for any future business from that one to hear?"

man, as the judge sent him up for 20 I She looked mildly surprised."Oh .

years.-Pathfinder Magazine. \\z I'm sorry," she sweetly re-

plied.hI didn't know it was a
SURE SHOT "
: secret ,

FELIII ONI muu-iv ON Yes ME is- u Couldn't ,
Keep Up _.
I '' NAVE MY 1i wNY DID I A LETTER THIS i IS A LETTER Two colored boys were haying an ,

/ SANK BOOK EVER MARRY CARRIER ? i WROTE A WEEK argument about ghosts. One' .of. }Ii
t -BUTsoME."THiN NERES LETER A !_I L- O w w \ CARRIER CARRYlMCy IT EVERSlMCE as passed the the night, P'V
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DRAW ON/ kSJOW before. ; ; .

'"What was dis here ghos' (doln .'
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when you las' seen him?" asked the
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doubtful one. '

"Jes fallin' behin', mlstah; fallin

1'1 t behin' rapidly." .


COGENT REASON

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"Did your wife's father follow you (* .HV I
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yet.when"I"should.say.so you Sloped- ?", he's living- with us f I ( = R ;; V



Job Wanted

The mistress of the house was going Western N.AsyaprUnton /
out of her way to find extra work for

her maid to'' do.. In the end the poor. -

girl began to get fed up. A Detail Neglected MAYBE IT'S PAY DAY Gob Humor '

Just then the mistress entered the. Old Lady-I want to change that I Josephus Daniels was telling abouta Ipil'li

kitchen. parrot I bought from 'ou-he doesn't man who was talking to a sailor, and
;"Mary," she said, sharply, "have you speak at all, and you said he'd repeat the sailor began to brag about his y

finished polishing the brass' ornamentsyet every word he heard. ,; "boss." who, he said, used to be in the

?" : '. Dealer Yes," madam,' and so he navy

"Yes, madam,". she replied, "all ex- "would-but you took him in such a in the -navy was he? What was

cept your rings. ;and. bracelets.-Mil- hurry I hadn't time to tell you. he was hi" "ficial; .:capacity!: ?" --.L.. ..
verton Sun. deaf. "Four or five quarts," answered the Sunday School Teacher Why ; :

sailor. should we all be charitable? .,' I

Just Cause HEAVY DEMAND"Do I Small Boy; -Because charity. covers
Two men who had attended the village TICKETS, PLEASEFriend a multitude of sins.Mystery.

church' .were. discussing the sere .' I

ice. "Wonder why the groundhog runs Story : ,,\ ( ) ,

"The Aicar certainly preached a and hunts his hole when he sees his "Do :you read much?" asked Sen- 0 X ;
wonderfully' strong sermon on vanity shadow." ator Sorghum -

and extravagance," said one. "Well, groundhog day Is so near the "Yes," replied the old friend.
"Yes; and his own wife sitting rightIn first of the month that he may mis- "Like mysteries; ?"

front of him, wearing her new take the pursuing shade for a bill col "Very much." .' .
dress and new hat," put in the other.
j
lector. "Well, here's a book called the
"Oh said the first "that
explainsIt '
Social Register. My wife and daugh- ','
I i j wondered why he was so .
No Sale ters have sat up nights trying to fig-

worked up." "I have here," said the man at the
: '. ; .; Oh! door, "an extremely useful little ar- why some others were left out.":- V ;
ticle. It is a combined can opener,
Boarder:-This chicken is certainly
Two Other Fellows "
screwdriver, pocketknife, glass cutter, <
enough to tickle the palate. tack hammer, and-" "I seem to know 'you. Did I once V

Landlady-I'm glad you like my "That's enough. I don't want ,it." -You don't seem enthusiastic lend you money?" I

cooking. not "Did it back?" .
"Why ? about elevating the stage. you .get t I
Boarder-I didn't 1 liked '
say your "Well, by keeping all these tools Theatrical Manager-No, the more "Yes." ;
cooking. I said this chicken is enoughto
separate, It is impossible my hus- you try to elevate the stage, the more "Then you don't know meLon ;
tickle the palate. I was referringto you like this 'Idea of women V
band to lose more than one at a time." depressed the box office seems to don Passing. Show.. V : r
the feathers you left on it smoking? I
"Indeed not! A package of cigarettes become. '
Ugliness Comes Out Why?
' Wanted to Know has enough hands to grab from it as
I Maud-Jack makes me mad. He Is USUAL ALIBI First Senator-Just think of, It. A, i
.- r Client-Can I get a divorce from my'I. It is.
forever telling me that beauty Is only good ball player gets as much sal
husband for smoking cigarettes bed? -
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skin deep. ary' as we do.
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Lawyer-You might. BEAT THAT ONE r
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J Marie-And when you get, mad It Second Senator-Yes, and a lot
Client-How many coupons .would just snows him how thin-skinned you more applause. ;
t. ..ittake? are. J I
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Wa He Guilty? I!
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t. They More Than Even Up Not Particular Enough Lawjer-Have you any money to :' :
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4. "You: don't give me credit for any '
Visitor-I'm: a particular friend of pay your attorney's fees?
thing, his wife .
complained."I '
your father.' Mose-No, sah, but I'se got a hawg.LawyerThat's V I.is.
wish could the tl( -
of
you say same ;,
Boy-Father said you are not fine. Now, what
very
the trade shops," retorted her bar. .
i rassed husband. particular about paying. back that $10 Is jt they accuse you of stealing" ?
IIIIA1 you borrowed. Mose-A hawg. '

) AND THE
/ SUBJECT NO CHANCE First Politician suppose you have

said things that you were sorry for?
& / Second Politician-Oh yes, but I YEAR. AFTER

1s have always managed to show that I


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Mother-in-Law !
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. J Wife-You men think you are angels! Daughter (reciting adventures of .
' Husband-Well; we were the first 9 honeymoon in Africa)-Yes, sometimes :

to fly. things were dangerous-in the middle 1." : ;
1 ti I of the Sahara the mule refused to go. ., ,

" Who Infringed Whom? Mother-What-on his honeymoon? 1

Museum Guard-You 'seem very 1 t

: much interested in that stuffed bird, He Knew Her !
"Telephones are great time savers,
"Who
Is
sir. ,it at the phone
. aren't ,they?" calls Aviation Engineer-Yes, It.looks tome "It seems to be some woman; all I
"Well" that depends'Tipon who very much as if' its steering gear "I'm afraid Mamie has married' her I can hear her say is 'idiot.: J"I'll lI l
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;..: you up. infringes one of my, patents. self clean out of our set""Why answer it. It must be my wife."

,so?" 1
Rather Difficult CAR-MINDED "The fellow Is neither a dancer nora TING-A-LING .
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Bobby-Is this a camel's hair brush, I bridge player." ...
mamma?

; Mamma-Yes, my son. His Regular Dislikes / J
Bobby-But how does a camel man- n
Teacher-Every day we should do 0 \
age to brush its hair with a little
at least two things which we'dislike. 1- :
thing like that?
: Jones-I do, sir. Each night I go
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tiB] .t\
'" : Bad'roy"Billy to bed and each morning I get up I, V/ \

, doll sobbed : 0"24-
broke my little The Hero Y

., Emily."How did he break it, dear( ," asked.I "Will you marry me, my pretty Grace-What have you ever done to "1"gave my girl a ring for her bIrth- THE TANDAROFIUALITY \
fellow ?
maI11""How benefit your man day.
.i her mother. many cylinders has your auto- Her Husband-I married you, did I "That so?" D
the head It.
"I hit him on with
mobile, sir?" she said. not "Yes; she's a telephone operator."
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: > Changes' Madeon Trainer' TeachingLion Cub to Box Uncover Site of Ancient ,,, .1


Albuquerque, N. &!.-B. E.: Wil

" :: son, animal trainer who taught of Biblical Interest
: : Face' of Earth tricks to Leo. familiar movie trademark City

,:, ,, lion, has five promising cubs
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'':,11..' under his tutelage at the zoo here

: '!) : and he hopes to make wrestlers of Important additions to present-day This process occurred over again,

,: 1933 Sees Great Engineering New Orleans and Chicago, was formal- two of them and boxers of two oth knowledge of early Palestine and its I and again, until four, or perhaps five

' j'' .,. lj Inaugurated during the summer ori rs. Inhabitants have been made by the I successive cities had been built destroyed -
'
Projects Under Way. the Lakes.to.Gulf 'waterway. Wilson Is conducting a training Haverford college archeological ex : and rebuilt. Remains of temples .
"Nineteen-thirty-three saw a consid- school for the cubs.
peditions. During five of the last six palaces dwellings, shops and
Washington. Outstanding changes gable addition to the world's tunnels. three Prince,
The youngest are years extensive field work has produced industrial properties all testify to the
" brought about: on the face of the earth In Japan the five-mile Tanna railway Cleo, and Queenie. Their parentsare brilliant results under the di- existence of Beth Shemesh as a

'>., during 1033 by dynamite. steam shovels tunnel was' completed after .16 year Duke and Queen, long-time residents rection of Prof. Elihu Grant, who prosperous city of early Palestine. 'I

:,.. .. '. picks, and 'spades. riveting guns," of work, In Chile completion of the of the local animal park. heads the department of Biblical lit- The wealth of personal belongingsfound
.
f. "1 concrete: 'niix'ers are summarized three-mile Las Ralces tunnel gives a Their older brother Bozo,' has erature at Ilaverford. including'
:; ; ..,,:., vases, flasks, bowls;
; "-:" : In a bulletin from the 'National Geographic direct rart connection between southern missed considerable schooling because The of
findings the fifth :expedition tools, weapons and jewelry revealed'
i f.... .society dealing with the engineering ', Chili and southern : rgentlna.SpaIn' of a long siege of rheuma which went Into the field last an Industrious population which

! 1 .- accomplishments' of the year.' completed} a two.and:a.half-mile tism. Ills .cage mate 'Buddy, l has spring, are now being classified. thrived some 3,000 years

{, : Owing to the pushing forward"'of pub; tunnel between Burgos 'and Madrid, f been awaiting his partner with Plans are being made for a sixth The relation of Beth Shemesh ago to I
; lie works in the United States and a 'ho ng'tlir g. of the '
In .Africa, whom he will take lessons In wrest expedition. in 1034. the BIblical record of ancient Pales-
;;, J\ number or other countries, in an effort Mount Bomba tunnel removed the
ling. .
The Haverford excavations are located tine is a, fascinating study. Nearby Q;'
.
: to combat the'economic depression rail-traffic obstacle between
? greatest Wilson plqns to teach Prince and
'. : at Ain Shems, which Is In the was the birthplace of Samson, who
;"" and to threats of in other regions, French Equatorial Africa,
war
r Erazzaville, Queenie to box. '
r '.. lower hill country about twenty may have trod its streets Shishakof
{" the bulletin points out, more than the and the Atlantic. "' \ "Queenie would, make a fine.fightIng miles west of Jerusalem, overlookingthe Egypt is believed to have been
; :' norm 1; number of construction projects "Subways were, extended In three lion," said Wilson, ,"she'll trade
Mediterranean. This of
moundruinis one the destroyers of the
; ., were under way in. all parts of: of the great cities of .the world :' New blow for blow." city.
the site of ancient Beth Shemesh, The principal temple of Beth Shem
:'" the world. York ,London, and Paris ; and opened
a city which flourished between 1SOO esh perhaps was laid in ruins at the
;< "..Engineering'-acthity' was .especially
', : and COO B. C. The city lay on impor- time of the exile. _
,
marked in highway unstruetlonr"Says
:
:,' ',. J ; ; tant trade routes between Egypt, The t tangible result of these expeditions
: Health
\,: : 'the ; bulletin. -M'ln\ the United States I' Where Little Victims Regain
Palestine and Sjna. ProfessorGrant's has been the formation of
a
-! i'rk. llt'the states ,on
,:: ; 'progressed in ,
first expedition discovered Palestine
museum Haverford
:road building! college \
mole than
; : ;3,000 separate; -
': .. three Bronze age cemeteries, which containing an abundance of val.
: works
: ;projects financed with 'public
:; S''C' yielded one of the largest known uable material. Several
,
elaborating -
": administration funds!' For the ,most RYFa; ... reports
Ir treasures 'of Canaanite burial deposits. In detail on the field discoveries
} part; these: projects 'represented: net;
, '. ; atiVely'short'stretches-of :road stipple ., Digging to depths of 20 feet be- have teen published 'by Doctor
low the surmounting wheat fields Grant.
,
.
high.
t.' meriting and improving existing
.
.. .ft" Doctor Grant's have .
parties
-. unearthed !
's. .
: .r wa .y : .
!: 0 "
' ,,- "Tw'o"'sc nic highwajs ,of more than four successive levels, repre- More Platinum Used I

..' ,.: I' '. :.... ,lonl'" Interest ,:wei-e completed or, senting distinct epochs in the citj's World consumption of platinum ,

fIi. ,.> )1': 'brought close .to t ..completfon ;'Going- history. metals in 1933 totaled 173,000; ounces, i I
Conquest by invaders, pillaging'and compared with approximately
\ to.the-Sun' highway in. Glacier National 75,000
destruction by fire are written In the ounces in 1932, according to 1
park,' and the 'Skyline: Drive' along ,a report .
".: ., ,t; :3 crest.Of'a section pf) the Blue Ridge -'- r archeologic record. After the ruin of of Charles Engelhard. ."Reflecting !

.;' ::t..' ;mountains. 4n: Vfiigi'nia.. I ..' '; ,'. the first city at Ain Shems, walls the accelerated activity of business,
: : and roof beams of "
buildings were generally, Mr. Engelhard says, "this
-, 'Railways Siiriok' In- U. S.
.
yrz :
.. '> .
-j' .
r;
;!i" '' I" pushed in on the lower floors. The concurrent movement of the metal
r "While net?, :mileage In:,
'. i;. railway demolished structures were leveledoff reaffirms the importance of platinumto
:l r. ". :' c.eased''fu"1J3oq..s eral continents,. by the new builders, and' another industry, and for that matter, .

!J 'i '. "" ,. .
:: was:gain abandoned in the Unit- .
: "
old.
; from the air, to the farm.
x '1'>;. ed States-than. was:,": built;: L'Qss'th'Etn: : "

r':ii. ;\ ..,50 miles of( new track was, laid in ,

:-TM' ,.Uncle: Sam'stdotains: o\jjuring.theyear. .
J ." wlTile.more.than"2.4OQ miles was aban '
: : ,
.\ :'i tr.;., ': doned.: .'.. ', _... .i. ; fr I tOfiLE77iLoat"flo&4i
I (",,'t''.. s "Railways weie extended In Chile, ydYcSa
' t .
;' :" Braz'l: Argentina ,,'and- aC 3En 4&
;i : ; : ,. Peru Uruguay: "
': .F.' :,\:.! ,. ;: Colombia ;, .!in Spain and Italy ; In I II
:? : ;"' .. _
: : A French AJqroccd// Central Southland ; '' '

.,;.:' .1.:.East( Africa' : ;' in':Bulgaria",, Yugpslavja) ..iiore, than:half ,the physically handIcapped of, the country, ,variously' : estimated :

lies k). the Soviet Unipnt Poland, 'i and, :Turkey'.' ::;tIn "' from 150,000 to 450,000;:; are crippled
::; ::.;: W .China ; and..inAustralia'. most, of; these .victims could be benefited Immeasurably by x rcis'e'In ,

' -"'One of.re most t'mportant'railway warm' : Water',.of, institutions, like the Warm Springs Foundation' for; Infantile'

;':"-;',....:;,: ', t projefcts' 'undertaken1 during ,10331; was. ..::Paralysis. Here> ,:are.shown 'several:.cheerful sufferers from the effects of this I ....... I,

<'J:" '." the double-Bracking:. of>the "trans ,Siberim \(. dread disease: ;',who; ar6 happily ,, recovering at1 Warm .Springs, 4Ga. To' help l ,..., I
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p: : ;; iralIr ad. .youthful victims 'such ,as those pictured: i bove, a national! ;committee of leaders \ ': '.: '

: "Greatest railway: ,activitycenfere4'' ,from! all walks_,pf 'life. plans' for January, 30,. President} ,Roosevelt's:birthday! a, i : _. ', I

.::./ ;''':., during, .;tlie" 'year in"; Manchuria: ;ant, series, 'of'balls i in ,at lensl'5,000omJ nit es Irf'tlie country for the purpose: of ,'
dissolve
"';;:;- :: ,.t-. .. Korea,.:ta'ce6ti'alrMainchuria.. /. creating' a permanent:..endowment, for extension of the l .. work at Warm :Springs ( ,f 1 Aspirin Crush; ; and Tablets' 3 half Bayer' & j
\ 'l' in a
,' ', ,".FamoussAs'wanlam across theTNile'; ..' ._ '
i-: ; : 1' : ____ __'_ '" 'r _._'--__ '_ glass of water. .
,o' r 450, miles:south'otl:Cairo,4had\ its! second e.
'. j' : 'fo't 'e''i first t Osaka, Japan. One r"' 'TRIBUTE TO 'NRA: .; ,. tt j
: heightening job completed t tyne.tn ;. .l : ; ..:,: ... '
I' .. morethan .
.. the ..f ar It 'ill'o' impound h!'TOWX:fork, extension involved_! the boring ., _. I
.
<: : f
,)! %'' ,five'ibillioo! tods
d' "The 20-mile dam 'acrossrthe ,Zuider. WoYk progressed :,rapidly'during; 1933 -- "4- throw your head way back, ,,
,., Zee .in the Netherlands', the 'last ,gaIn p: 6':1':the newsubway' '' : ,system for:'Mos.. allowing a little to trickle down t

. .. .. which was: ;closed('in'10, 3;('toolij ,final: cow"'' :. .: : .4: i ,.' }',' .. '. f y your throat. -

;:::r., .shape during. J933,," and in(; epte.mber: ;I .' : \
' ; ," its ofiicially opened to' rail
: r top was \ Good Samaritan Must Pay
j.,:t; :. 'and traffic.,* '')r1' "; l'' s '
> : :. highway, : Repeat gargle and do not t
,:." :''<' t: ."After nearly. three"* 'ye rsf' 'excaratl :; $3,000' to. .Injured Girl : 3 rinse mouth, allow gargle to

,r'f. .... ''\n and preparation ofthe'Bodlder Merced, Calif.:-A Merced county ." ',' ,... remain on membranes of' the ,
,; following vat :.. y' ..)', : '. 1 throat for prolonged effect a
l.danr.site; Q' :the:tColoradri fiv f.:; the constable's errand of mercy ,

::(,. "'.first' concrete was; poured June G. .Two, 'pp\ ,unusual "'accident' : ,recently! ;resulted ,. : \' -l;"::,

?: will be requirerl: to'" ,iln $3,000 damage'judgment against Remember Medicine
; years pour a j : Only Helps Sore Throat '
1F.j.; .5,500,00d,'barrels 'ofconereleth'at; \Ru1liiii' \ .' .' >y.:

i : : gi.I iSto the structure., \'. u.' *l: :him.The; constable, Lewis 'H.ulen,. of Los i? Modern medical science nbw throwsan real BAYER Aspirin for this

i ... "By means 'of' 'a,''fpurpile '-hfghway' 'Banos, Calif., rushed Elsie Rocha of Mb a J ,entirely new,light on sore throat.A pose. For: they dissolve completely pur

'ir-1 bridge, opened April,\25, Venicetiei> Los Banos ,to a hospital here after ti way,that eases the pain, rawness enough to gargle! without leaving

',::. ,cnme;: more"'closely connegtedtivith; ; "'the' she had been, struck on the head by a and irritation in as little as two or irritating particles.
':"" 'mainland',and: for 'the' first time auto": wildly thrown : rolling pin, during[ a three minutes! fOYy

;,:/ mQblleswere driver] to the .ecle]; ,oftthe'\ farm! picnic contest, : .' I I

\ '" land:) dtx '. .... '.; '.1 En route his automobile' and,. two ,, II I It requires medicine-like
:" 150-Mile Canal in Russia. .' others collided and th "''InjurecL. girl: l: BAYER ,ASPIRIN- do these It
.
1 : things! That is why throat special-
' ?: "A new bridge'\across the Hudson was hurt' 'id .tlonally. ,
'
k i"' 'She sued, Linden and won a judgment. : ists throughout America are prescribing r1gMYA
. .f at Albany was dedicated in January.: : "
:i: :" "Work was started on the'two' huge .' .. -< '',, place of old-time this BAYER gargle in

'(,Y" bridges in San: Francisco, which are'L ways. fQ A

." to span San Francisco. bay and. the. ; \ I 'Six,' Generations Alive .' Be careful, however, that you get
.
.
;.) : Barnett family
:; Golden Gate.r : Woodward. Ol>la.-The
.
:;/'ft.;; ",!1 'Soviet Union 11 completed' the In Woodward county now 'boasts' 1

'" '. most important artificial waterway of six living generations; with the: birth .

::1'\. the j ear-the Baltic-White Sea canal of. Junior Barnett, whose mottfer "is. s Do you lack! PEP ? -/p aieaiit9 j

/ extending for approximately 150 mifes eighteen' y ears old. whose{ grandfather
Are you all in, tired and run down?
,, from P vcnletz: on' Lake Onega, J to ', is' forty, 'great gra'ndmotherfifty.fi"e, : .

r i,:. Soroka on the White sea.. It has '12 great-great-grandmothen se'enty1'd Is vnor than \

lock. and 15 dafns.: great-great-great-gr andntotlter., eighty- 11'IN1'fRS1 UrsS -;; ,skin deepAsk I \ I
.
"At home '.barge service'.'.between' ; nine. .., WVJ
TONRC your doctor Ask the beauty :
, '. ', V'" expert. GARHhLD TEA-a cup ,

'. 1 Codes Have ,Existed -as-Early<; asl2250' B. C.:" This tiibute! of Mac Kalish, famou Will rid you ofMAl.AlfiBf.ti WRITE FOR your nightly skin-often and complexion docs more than for.

,:, ... ,,"tilptor, to the national recovery act: FREESAMPLE costly bodywascsthl1tdogthepores cosmetics Expels poisonous -:

'_ .., ',',z. and the men vho made it possible, is and eventually cause muddy,
'" called "back to work"," and portraysa and.build you ur. Used tor 65 years for Chills. blotchy,erupted skin A week ofthis ,
CAR FIELD "
Ancients Often Used System modern woman suffrage, act has accomplished man, sledge-hammer on shoulder ana FcvcrMalarla l and TEA CO., \villastoaishyou.Begtntotughr.New internal "beauty treatment'Brooklyn ,,

to Regulate Affairs., '-,Under this coclet "women dinner! pail In: hand, going to'work, A General Tonic York (At your drug store)
r vita according'to j customs und man SOc and $1.00'At All Druggist .
H :
; "* \ : once again, with a l look ,of joy on .hl$.
code: : < tiers'of; the' country?' ought not to bp face, and hope in his heart.' It 1s'the': !mt
New Yorl'l'he
NHA system '
is by no means an innovation.' "Way compelled to appear in public, shall Intention of Mr.. Kalish, to present th"'>: WNU-7 4-34 A Splendid Laxative Drink

be exempt ,from. personal appearance. statue to Gen. Hugh Johnson, administrator ,
back In, 2250 B. C. the .code of Ham, '. '
'ifa l'cq'ur : .
of the NKA. ,
murabl .
proclaimed that "if a man,* I
In 1933. .the,.Soviet government put
leaves his house. and hires it out house for'three 1 into :,effect a marriage code, giving hus I year- +IJI:1JJ': A Is your skin pimply, rashy
years, upon his return the cjq
wives full liberty In their declared that they could ,not
bands and & irritated?
shall or easily
not be \.J
I.. f' given to him, but the many the
if; "Importune overworked muse more'
respective trades ; In the same'year thesta
;f. .',:; who has:,taken possession of It shallcontinue''to ofJJWrjland created a civil codemaking th3:. hours a 'weelf for 'a .'nilgimui 1 SOAP Then start using Cuticiirn Soapnow. ,

(: .>: use it," the Golden Boob.rr w lt-u!'. unlawful for ministers ol wage of, 100. In''the case 'of'syndicated Containing medicated, emollient

:!;;',"- reveals. ... the Gospel to bribe porters to direct ( rhymes, their writer must be 'paid .or and healing properties, itSe11siflwe
As far
back 2000 B. C. marital
as : t
: couples to their a minimum! 'of S200 a. week 1" I sensitive
;: /' arguments were settled by code. Un eloping .doorsteps. soothes and comforts,tender, -

: ':' ,der the Gentoo code of that; period I It ::!:he, gold Thh''lndustry found It riecessary '. .. ,", : :i I j I s/thiS skins and does much to keep

was decided that "If a ',husb'and'neg.' In' 1933 to create a code defining Theater Still Has Gas Lights lYi them clear, healthy and in a vigorous -

y lects to give his wife necessary victuals productive acreage,'' and' 'unfair 'pt ac-' Boston.-The old Dolhs theater, condition. '

,: .'; and apparel she shall Procure:' :\UcesjfnImitating: :: :de lg'1s; stYle ri:1iuks': scene famous plays for generations: i I I / PRICE 25c

! '7. them by any means In her power." ( '. or, brands": of other: 'code" members. still has the gas footlight Jets:that I

." 1" A civil code, ; for'India, In 1877 revealed "-* ''Even the poets of America found It were In the theater before, : the electric Proprietors: Potter Drug & Chemical Corp.,

j a respect for women,. which no ,.necessary. to. tormtllate"codes, : "last light was Invented. .,.!..,:,,.;..:. ,' ..: Maiden. Mass. "

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PAGE TEX THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1084.

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LA BELLE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Frank O'Meara, of BRIDGE CLIJIJ FORMEDA bedroom and seizing an armful of hoped that those who have anex-

Atlanta, arrived Sunday night to clothes jumped from the window. hibit to make will get in touch with

visit the latter's parents, Mr.' and bridge club was organized at She had gone but a short distance either Mr. Stallings or their commissioner -
a bridge luncheon at the home of
Hurd L. Reeves, Hendry countytax Mrs. J. M. Walker.Mr. when the roof fell In behind her. as soon as possible.
assessor will be at the City HallIn Miss Edna Dreyer Saturday afternoon Defective 'wiring is believed to have

Clewiston Tuesday for the pur- and Mrs. Victor Hawkins, caused the fire.BAL1Y CASTLES IN THE GLADES
pose of receiving tax returns and who are living at Crescent Beach, The members_ of the new club I

making tax ''assessment adjustments. spent the week-end at the Berton are the Misses Edna Dreyer, Edith ( GIRL DIES I (Continued from page 1)

Poor home. Magill and Madge Hull and Mes- I that's a good big word, so I repeatit

Mrs. H. L. DeLaney and Mrs. dames Frank Dougherty, A. L. Tay- Joan Dyess, nine month old verbatim.

H. H. McCall spent Sunday In Clew- Miss Lucille Hampton is home! lor, Carl Royer, Gordon Perry and daughter of Herman Dyess, died
x
iston. from FSCW at Tallahassee having H. L. DeLaney. this week and was buried In the Mr. and Mrs. Mark Lawler have 1ItI
for L. I. de The club will meet twice a month. from Maine Miss Eliz-
finished her work an Fort Denaud cemetery Wednesday house guests ,

Sheriff DeLaney is doing his pa- gree. afternoon. Death was due to natural abeth Lawler and Miss Phillips. The
trolling and other business in one IT'S A GIRL causes. weather should keep them from bo-

'., of the new 1934 Chcvrolets. Mrs. Herbert F. Lawson and son, An eight pound girl was born to Ing homesick. Mrs. Charles Train-

Herbert Franklin, Jr., were brought I III Mr. and Mrs. Perry Frierson at TO ENFORCE STOPSAll or entertained on the 30th for t'ae

John Rolland, world traveler II home from the Lee Memorial Hos- i their home Friday night. Mother Lawler's guests. And I bet they

from Streator' Ill., is visiting his pital Wednesday. I and daughter are doing nicely. persons not stopping for saw nothing from Maine to Floridaone
aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. school busses will be prosecuted. half as lovely as the Trainor

Edwards.Mr. A. Onorato, of Youngstown.. ENGINEER ARRIVES County Prosecuting Attorney baby. Mrs. Trainor and Mrs. Gayle

Ohio, ,who owns' considerable pro- Louis O. Gravely states that he MacFadden-Beans, if you wish,--

and Mrrs. Kenneth Williams, perty here, spent a few ,days this Mr. and Mrs. Herbert F. Lawson received Instructions from Gov. spent Friday in West Palm Beach

of St. Louis, who have been visitingMrs. week in LaBelle. announce the birth of a son at the Dave Sholtz prosecute all persons And, folks, that interesting rumor

Williams' parents, Mr. and Lee Memorial Hospital In Fort 'My- not coming to a full stop or passing about Beans Is the bunk- I

Mrs. R. M. Burchard, spent the Mrs. W. J. Bedell, of Tallahassee, ers at four o'clock last Thursday school busses while stopped on the

week-end in Miami. was in LaBelle In the interests'ofthe afternoon.Mr. highway unless signalled to do so William R. Cesery, formerly on

CWA. Lawson is a U. S. Engineer by the driver. the Congaree, has gone to Jackson-

Mrs. W. P. Arledge, Mrs. Emma I and; Mrs., Lawson is the daughter of Mr. Gravely states that the lawis ville where he' Is working on the city

Weekly and Miss Lula Jones attended Hurd L. Reeves, Hendry county'stax Judge and Mrs. H. A. Rider.. very clear on this point. Hen- engineering forces under myoid

the preaching in Felda Sunday assessor, spent 36 hours of the dry county has had no accidents to friend Bill Sheddan. Mr. Cesery hasa

week-end, lost in the Big Cypress. r<7AZK DESTROYS HENDERSON school children ,to date and in orderto brother who Is city coucilman in
Mr. Reeves had gone in the woods keep this record and preservethe Jacksonville. Q. E. D.
HOME: THREATENS SHERIFF
Mrs.' James Winemiller, of Tam- with a huntnig party and wanderingaway lives of school,_ children, Mr.

pa, joined her husband here this from camp Friday noon lost Gravely states he will prosecute all Leftenant and Mrs. Hemenwayare

week. Mr. Winemiller is teacher of his way and walked about In the Breaking out at three o'clock persons passing stopped busses and moving this week into the .Hansen -

the Muse school. rain until Saturday night at ten J Tuesday morning, fire completely that he will recommend a severe house In Clewiston. They are

o'clock. He claims to have seen .destroyed the J. A. Henderson home penalty for such law-breakers. both called Jim or Jimmie and It
Allen Richardson and F. C. BlHott on Campbell St., occupied by Mrs.
hundreds of turkeys, been followed IB somewhat confusing to hear them .
,, of Belle Glade, were in La- I by a panther' and to have been' bit- Kate Anderson, and threatened the BRIDGE ST. PAVING WAITS relating something about the other

Belle Monday. ten by a moccasin without' injury home of Sheriff H. L. Delaney next COLLECTION OF $100 TAXES You are never quite sure whetherIt

I to himself. door.Mrs. refers to the lieutenant or the

Mr. and Mrs. Samp Brown calledon DeLaney was the first to see One hundred dollars of back taxes missus. I met Mrs. Hemenway for ... ,
J. G. Martin's Sea Food Market the fire. She turned in alarmat 'W
an
frIends in Fort Myers Monday.
'is'all that stands between La- the first time the other day, and
now located and ready for bus- once and the LaBelle Fire Department
is -
Belle and the paving of the business quite as a personal observation I
Frank Smith, of the Engineering iness, in the building recently va- came soon after but in section. am here to state that she is as cor-
the week-end cated by Hardy Skinner, barber. spite of the slowly burning celotex
Department, spent
According to R. N. Miller, city dial and charming a person as you
with friends in Clewiston. Mr. Martin has been in the; sea food walls the building was too fargo .
fax collector, local CWA officials will meet in a month of Sundays.Not
business in Hendry county for e to be saved and the efforts of
informed him that the oil was wait-
Hardy Skinner visited relativesin some time having started by sellingsea the firemen were turned to saving
ing on the track, and all equipmentfor through yet with news about
Fort Myers Sunday.Mr. foods house to house in Clew- the DeLaney home. All furniturewas
the surfacing was ready to be- the Trainors. Alexander Trainor,
Last Mr. Martin carried from the latter
iston. openeda vol-
year by gin work, but that under the CWA a nephew of Charlie, from Daytona
and Mrs. J. Husky, of Oak fish market in the rear of, Beke- unteers but a volume of water saved ruling which requires 70 percent Beach, is making his home with
Hill were week-end guests at the C. meyer's Store later moving his mar- the house from more than a scorching -
of
the funds to be spent for labor them and going to school in Clewis-
C. Cook home. ket, to the building next to the officeof the work would have to. be stopped ton. If the schools there close next
the Hendry County News. Mr. Mrs. Anderson, awakened by the
unless the $200 difference were month won't he get a break?
Miss Katherine Curry and Clem Martin says he likes his new quar- smoke rushed from, her bedroom
made from
up an outside source.Mr. .
Jones visited friends in Fort My- ters and will be glad to see his old only to find the living room solid You
Miller got busy at once and We have a new pup. remember -
friends. with smoke. She back In the
ers Sunday. ran to date has been promised $100 in our old Prince, who was I

back taxes. Mr. Miller says thatas gathered to his -fathers some time !

soon as the other hundred dol- ago, after living with us for nine

New "Knee-Action" Chevrolet Gives Passengers lars is forthcoming the paving will years. The pup was christened i
I begin. Mack, but after enduring his com- :

Ride Like a Glide pany In the house for a couple of
REVIVAL POSTPONEDThe weeks I have re-named him Handy.
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: Baptist Revival Meetings Finally and lastly,1 brethern and ;

which were to have begun this 'week sistern, shake out the' flivver and
'
with Rev. W. D. Nowlan of ArcadiaIn get around to see all.the Interestingnew
the pulpit 'have been postponedtill jobs that are starring- all a-

v February 12.BOOTH round us. This section of the

country Is teeming wJthVaction now
AT FAIR and you'll be missing" ,:a* lot t you
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don't take all of it 1r A\ las the work .
;- ty Commissioner Chairman Fred progresses. I

Dunaway and County Superintendent 'Hail and farewell. "f

E. L. Stallings made a trip to

r'r Fort Myers last week, selecting the
r booth for Hendry county's exhibit Watches Clocks, Jeweliy
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at the South West Florida Fair to Jewelry Repairing

he to held 17. at Fort Myers February. 13 W: H. MERRITT


Mr. Stallings states that the boothis WATCHMAKER & JEWELER

large enough for a good exhibit, Rear or .

...{.s.. ... w+}r .;;n.v.5}Ywrr.,wprrlrrw wvJCH.Vr:4rr'Jrfrlr 1'4x30 feet and since there is no Clewiston Drug. Company
: cry{ ; : %%t4r/S0Y 4is{(w..ySJi%{%rrivi'bii7.r charge for exhibiting and a good exhibit -
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CLEWISTON
of Hendry county's products FLORIDA
P. O. Box 521
would be good advertising for: both

a aiF the county and its citizens it Is "We Are Here To Stay"



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In the design and development of the new 1934 Chevrolet enclosed In ILOmplete1y Y y f
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particular attention has been given to driver and passenger comfort, Ihock absorbers ride in a bath of oiL William housing Eo;the Holler coil sp rings and '
all annoying sensation of disagreeable sound and feeling having general ales manager, il shown at the left ,Chevrolet'l
I been eliminated. The upper photo shows the new Chevrolet coach shows the internal construction of holding a chart which
with: tu lone sleek lines. Wind rush has been eliminated the The radiator of the the tyttem. :1
by new car ha added beauty
fisher No Lraft Ventilators and the through itt graceful I I tAf
and
new streamlined bodies. sharply pointed d ten. Smartness hal been the theme to the Public
-Chevrolet's Knee-Action" wheels enjoy the advantage of being every line of this year1 Chevroletl im _: Open ] :


i- } The driver and passengers in the new 1934 Chevroletget springing, the wheels and spring mechanism rigidly
a ride like the glide of an airplane. One of the main attached directly to the frame and there is are front .
no axle. f
factors in improving the riding qualities of the new car By'relieving the front springs of the task of
., to such a great extent is the "Klce-Action"-or'inde wheels and axle, therefore it became possible carrying to make x x
pendently sprung front 'wheels, to use the technical. the front springs as "soft" as the rear
springs When
term. the new Chevrolet strikes an irregularity in *
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springing both front and rear move up and down with the y i.t1
that the public has doubtless concluded that it is frequency-there is no inclination on the part of same the x
something too technical to understand. As a matter of rear end of the car to leap into the air and throw .t. r .t.
'.' fact, there is about the
nothing complicated either the passengers forward and upward.
principle involved or the construction of the system. Chevrolet's"Knee-Action" has ,s. '
r; "-, Chevrolet's "Knee-Action" enjoys the advantage of all contributing to a comfort in additional riding advantages f Moderate Green Fees i :.:.
befor.

", being which enclosed the entire in spring a welded mechanism weathertight and shock housing absorb in thought improvement possible in in handling a motor, car.steering There, safety never is a at decided high :_:= Exceptional Fairways :*::

i ers ride up and down in a bath of oil. speeds and tire ,
economy.
.f An automobile gives a perfect ride when both the In design, the front spring .is a neat, and :;: Interesting Greens H :_!:
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have the
rear springs same "frequency
or efficient unit, as Mr. Holler points out in the 's' I
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1> tension. Actually this has been impossible to carry out picture. The entire spring mechanism I 'f'. .s.
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twice as "stiff" as the springs in order to hold the
rear
spring vertically at the ends of
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