The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 28, 1934
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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! Store Clerk Killed On 89-Year Old VisitorEnjoys P Foreman Has-

Visit Here

:: Street Here Thursday 'r.Mrs.. Terrifying Experience

: G. H. Brown of Swainsboro, .

Georgia\,who will celebrate her 90Vh JL
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birthday in April, was an interested '

;i::: Carl Varnadoe's Body[ $600 Given by Local made visitor'the in routine Clewiston trip this through week and the Mrs. Lawler Presents I Is Carried 100 Feet< I

'.'; Found With Head I Drug ConcernsFinal Sugar sugar Corporation house of the provided United by States the Pupils In Recital I By Underground

': company to all visitors at the mill. -a

,. Badly Crushed drawings at Alston's and at Mrs. Brown is the grandmotherof Mrs. Mark II. Lawler entertained I Current
the Clewiston Drug company Mrs. G. L. Royal and G. H. Brown, I the parents of her beginner's music

-J brought joy to the nine lucky win and is spending the Christmas holi- class at her home Wednesday evening .

.-,:'. Carl Varnadoe, 19-year old clerk I I ners and put an extra six hundred I days with relatives In South Bay and I at which time the young pupils T. H, Jones, powder foreman for "

:.-,-;. in Wells and Royal's store and the I dollars in their nine pocketbooks Lake Harbor. She is very active, despite were presented in a recital program the Atlantic Dredging and Construction '

-.:.<:: ; son of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Varna- for Christmas or other spending.Alston's her advanced years, and is very I The living room was appropriately ,1
doe, of Moore Haven, was found drawing was held Satur- much interested in this section. decorated with a prettily a harrowing '

.'< dead in the road ditch along Highway day-night, and the four winners were The trip which she made throughthe lighted Christmas Tree. I experience Friday morning which .,1
John Lucca, Mrs. H. B. Townsend would do justice, to any of the char- -,
mill, escorted by the is ''
, 25 Thursday morning less than guide, .
The recital acters
opened with a chorus, of Edgar Allen
Mrs. Lloyd Mills and M. P. Peterson, alcoholic 1
< one that would be considered rather
a hundred yards from the "
postofIfice "Silent Night. Nancy Wright gave pen. Jones, known i
each of whom received a $50 bill ardous for an elderly lady and impossible familiarly as :
His skull was crushed by a two piano solos, The See Saw and "Dynamite Jones" because "
Mr. Lucca is of his .
a nephew of Mr. and for the average 90-year old ''': ," ::1
heavy blow and there were several Home at Last. A duet
;' Santa Claus work with that explosive, ,
Mrs. H. J. B. Scharbnerg, with but Mrs. Brown made -
;( bruises:: ..,on the body. A coroner's I person Will Come Tonight, was sung by from sight through a cave-in in the
whom he his
" ', makes home, Mrs. I entire trip with the vigor of those ,
jury headed by acting coroner G. Townsend is a resident of the Hook- than Nan Wright and Peggy Lawler. dry pit and was carried 20 feet below -
herself and -1
, H. Small, started an investigation years younger man- Virginia Waldron two
piano the surface through
.;' er's Point section, Mrs" Mills is the ifested much pleasure in her experi an under- _
immediately after the finding of the wife of a Sugar company employeeand i numbers, Marching and The Butter ground passage a distance of 100 :c,
body but at a late hour this after- ence. fly. feet '
and came through
Mr. Peterson is employed in the practically .1
':: noon had not reached a verdict. It I
": f office of the U. S. Engineers. A song, 0 Christmas Tree, was unscathed.

.:' was expected that information and Sunday night the Clewiston Drug sung by the entire group. Peggy The strange occurrence unparal- :,

clues brought to light by officers company held its final drawings, and CHRISTMAS SEASON Lawler then gave a solo, Lucy Lock- leled in' the history of construction J

jli during their investigation Thurs- the grand prize of $200 was won bya ett. Another duet, Away In a Manger work in the Everglades, took place ',

day and Friday would be sufficient little girl, Nealy Geiger, daughterof was sung by Marianne Jones and Friday morning on the levee location ",
to enable the jury to return a ver-I MARKED BY MANY
tonight. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Geiger ofHooker's Mrs. Lawler, and Marianne played a just north of the Olewiston Inn, 3

dict by !: Meanwhile specula- Point. The ticket which solo, Jumping off the Steps. The about 1000 feet from the Point. Mr. j
, tion is rife as to whether the boy I :. :
-'-: won this prize was one obtained ENTERTAINMENTSThe closing number was a piano number, Jones was supervising a crew of
met death at the hands of a hitandrun -
when she fountain at Christmas Chimes, played by Margaret -
bought a pen three negroes on the air compressor j
driver or was deliberately mur-
. dered. the opening of school. J. W. Oliver, Waldron and sung by Virginia with which the blasting is '"done

an employee of one. of the construc- Waldron. ahead of the big
. ; Christmas season in ClewIs- Monighan dragline. 1
,. A local carpenter, W. H. Ogle, !
After the recital
Mrs. Lawler
tion the second entertained -
companies won ;: prizeof A trouble whistle from
. ton marked the fam- the dragline
< was arrested by Sheriff H. L. De- was by many
: ..... laney Thursday in connection with $100. Mrs., J. E. Wynn won third ily dinners and entertainment of the children with a Christ- called his attention to a big spring, .

',' prize of $50, and Walker: Nail and small of friends. mas party. There was a grab-bag about ten feet in diameter which had
the case but was released this morn-
Mrs. G. H. Small each won $25. The from which each child received a gushed just ahead
The up of the spot
ing when no evidence was found midnight mass was celebrated -
awards made in cash. little gift, and refreshments of pop-
were where the dragline dipper '
was dig-
at the
CatHolic Church Christ-
against him. Sheriff H. L. Delaneyand
Huge crowds attended both draw- corn and apples.EDITOR'S ging.. The excavation
made by the
Deputy'McCall, of LaBelle, Sher- mas Eve. The Community Church
ings, and interest and excitementran dragline about 25 feet
iff J. J. Wiggins, of Glades county gave over its Sunday .services to the was below
high as the lucky numbers were BROTHER DIES lake level and the
was dry, water
Christmas the
and Constable Ed Butler have all program by CLEARWATER
< announced over the loud-speaker IX n THURSDAY being kept out
:: been working on the case and prom- Sunday School. A community tree during all'
systems. At both drawings the winners dragline
work. Jones
, ise that it will be cleared up withina was arranged in the park by the ran to
in instance Editor and Mrs. Keathley Bowden his air
every except one, compressor and gave instruc-
short time. American Legion and members of
a -
were present and claimed the prizein left yesterday afternoon for Clear- tions to the negroes to move the air
The victim of the accident or the Garden Club. Santa Claus in
Cy. record time. One ticket was un- water, where'they were called by the compressor outfit to a location that
distributed the to the
.-: brutal murder was rooming at person gifts
claimed on the first drawing and a sudden death of a brother, Jennings would be out of danger, as the water -
: children and a mixed chorus
the home of Mrs. J. W. Frealy a few gavea
second number was drawn which Bowden. was pouring in at a terrific speed.A .
blocks west of the store and, according group of lovely carols.
was promptly claimed. The deceased, together with his moment later dragline
to Mrs. Frealy, had arisen as The United States Sugar Corpor- thG operator -
.<' wife and son, visited here for. several Dick Whittington, and the
usual that morning at 5:30 and ation made individual gifts to the } I

.' started to town to eat his breakfast Bridge Tournament children, in families of the low-sal- weeks ,in the fall. .. oilert Norman Warriuer, missed
; '-' Jones and saw a small hole that had
f- at the Sugarland Cafe where he was aried menrAmong -
. I Check Tax CeasesTo j caved in on the spot where lie had
the social
accustomed to take his meals. Mrs. Begins January 3rd.The was
stood near the air Before
the house at the Leydig homeon compressor. -
;' Frealy is said to have told officers open '

;. that about the time he ,should have Christmas afternoon. Mr. and Exist in 1935A the amazed men could formu-

: :- been leaving the house a car drove Duplicate Contract Bridge Mrs. I. D. Leydig and their daughters -! late any possible plan for action,
" they were further startled to
up in front and someone called to Miss Marion Leydig and :Mrs.! see

7" him. She was unable_ to say whether Tournament, originally scheduled to I Leah Spicer entertained Dr. and slight respite to those who use Jones thrown up to the surface in
begin Christmas week, was postponed the center of the
ten foot ,
:t. he entered the car or not. Mrs. D. Williams and Mr. and checks liberally for paying accountswill
and the first session will be play-
100 feet from the where he
spot had
The body was found by two ne- Mrs. Charles E. ,Lear at dinner. Dur- be given on January first when
on Thursday evening, January3rd
groes on the city garbage truck ing the afternoon' an informal at the' 2 cents tax on all checks will dropped from sight a minute before.
.. at 8 o'clock accord-
They saw him struggling in the wat-
,, about seven o'clock, less than fifty home was. held, the guests calling automatically be suspended.This .
to Mrs. L.
ing announcement C.
by er as the terrific current carried him
.. feet west of the intersection of State ; during the afternoon, were Mr. and tax
Downs. produced $41,383,198last downstream to the distant side of
>: Road No. 25 and the street running Mrs. G. C. Poole and John, Mr. and
considered but has been
The the
postponement was year, opinion the excavation pit which was rapidly "
, ",. south by the post office. The front Mrs. I.. M. Pafford and Ann, Mr. '
; in that it
advisable due to the absence of so expressed many quarters filled with water. Jones managedto
;. ,. and Mrs. Amos Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
of his skull had been broken in by -
many players during the holidaysThe will not be revived. It is a federaltax catch hold of a rock when he was
' :' the terrific blow and on his left fore- Beardsley and sons, Mr. and Mrs.G. .
tournament is to be played in and was imposed by Congressto thrown against the edge of the pit,
small bruise which B. Thomas a'nd Louise Mr.
" arm there Pros a Mary ,
the dining room of the Cle_visfon continue through 1934. and the men ran to his aid. The negroes -
." _' looked as if it might have been and Mrs. R. A., Ballard, Mr. ,;and will not b'e
Inn. Other bank' charges lowered Warriner by his ank-
:< struck when he tried to ward off a Mrs. Frank Robbins, Mr. and Mrs.
changed. les until he was able to Jones'
(;: blow. The first theory advanced aft. M. P. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. 'Robert grasp
Hare-Renfroe wrists and together the two men
;! er the body was found was that he Smith and son, Robbie, Mr. and '

:. had been struck by a car on tha Mrs. J.. 'Tippey, Mr. and Mrs. F. Ladies Aid to MeetThe were brought to safety. ,
' Jones had never lost consciousness -
:: highway, but the position of the bo- Friends of Miss Louise Renfroe M. Wright and Francis and Nancy

dy, with feet toward the sidewalk and R. M. Hare, jr., were surprisedto Wright, Mr, and Mrs. M. E. Yena- Ladles Aid will hold- its regular -I during the several minutes of
his gruelling experience., He realized -
L r" and head in the bottom of the wider learn of their marriage which wine and Jean, and Mr. and Mrs. January meeting at the home;I fully what happened, and' said

i- road ditch, and the fact that theret' took place Christmas night. The H. R. Hall and Jimmie, and' J. F of Mrs. R. Y. Patterson next Thurs-i he was thrown and buffeted about

was no bjood or any sign on the ceremony was performed in LaBelle Allhands.On _
day afternoon, January3rd.. by the force of the Stream, and was :
f.:', : pavement discouraged this theory. by County Judge H. A. Rider. Christmas eve Mr. and Mrs.E. j
powerless to help himself. Once he M-
Another theory is ,that ,his attacker Mrs. Hare is from Abbeville, Geor- .. L. Stewart had as their dinner Mrs G: C. Poole, president, willbe
hung on a boulder on the side of f
; .. being familiar with his movements gia. She is a cousin of Mrs. C. H. guests! Miss Sue Maxwell 'and R. L. in charge of the business session.PALM the underground passage, and

k", in the morning waylaid him Berner and Mrs. M. H. Crouch with Coke. -
thought the: end had come, but a
!: ; for the purpose of knocking him un- whom she has made her home for Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wright and
' I BEACH ART CENTER second later the force of the water
; conscious, taking the key to the the past year. Father: F. J. Finnegan were guestsof ]
I drug him loose and he soon popped
" store and robbing the store beforehe Mr. Hare is the eldest son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. M. ''. Bigg for din PLANS ANNUAL EXHIBITIONPalm '
I up in the middle of the spring
.-, regained consciousness.. Hitting and Mrs. R. M. Hare. He was a member ner Christmas night. Mr. and Mrs" The cave-in continued meanwhile

;. perhaps harder than he had meant of the 1934 graduating class of O. A. Jones came in for the evening.Mr. Beach, Dec. 8-The Palm until tons and tons of dirt and rock

;::" to and becoming frightened he had I the Clewiston High School and is .. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson en-
Beach Art Center has announced caved into an underground stream
;' run away. Only a pocket-knife and a employed at the Clewiston Drug tertained Mr. and Mrs. 'Ii., A. Bes-
,' which had apparently been tappedby
F f/-: :': "_ ; silver quarter were found in his company, tor, Mr. and Mrs F. I. Hill and Joe plans for its third annual national
the rim canal which was dug
(: pocket, one of the other store clerks Mr. and Mrs. Hare returned yes- Johnson at dinner Christmas even- exhibition of paintings, sculptureand : the Everglades
many years ago by
:;( .: having: charge of the key that morns terday from West Palm Beach where ing.Mr. etchings, to be held January Drainage district during some drain-

::'" .. ing. they spent a brief honeymoon.C. I and Mrs. H. .J. B. Scharnberg 30th through March 26th.A age operations.< The stream on the-
Rumors afloat in town this entertained number of friends
morn- a at
reception and p,.iva'e view ha surface reached from the canal to
;; ing conflicted greatly. One was that dinner Christmas Eve.
f been announced for January the point where the spring had burst
it.2: two negroes had been found who BE HEAVIEST IN FOURTH CORPS, Mr. and Mrs. Meredith entertained -_.,-- -- .
through the bottom, of the e"CL1.'ation -
t; ," saw a car hit him and go on. Another Mr. and MiSv J. F. Tippey, Mr.
TELEPHONE INVENTOR plt. The stream had evidentlybeen
y'I was that officers had found and Mrs. Z. G. Meredith, Mr. and
Washington, D. C., Dec. 28-Almost -! BURIED AT ST. PET1 within a short distance of the
r" the club with which he had been half of the replacements to be Mrs. C. R. Byrd and Miss Eunice r i surface left by the dragline diprer.

it.: ': struck on the head. There were recruited the first of the by Meredith and Henry Chappell at *
year Brent T. Rodd of the Bon Air The force of the. water broke
.::. many others but officers refused to the Civilian Conservation Corps will dinner Christmas Day.
: I studio, returned to Fort Myers yesterday through the thin wall and formed

'>,:'- ; divulge any information for publi- be selected from the Eastern and ,OFIiTCE, CLOSET) 'from St. Petersburg where the spring which workers' first noticed -
: cation until after the coroner's jury '
Southern States in the First Second '
he was a pallbearer at the funeral :

has, returned a verdict. Third and Fourth Corps Areas. The office of the Glades Printing of Thomas A. Watson, famous: in- After the water once broke'

Besides his parents he is survived Approximately 68,000 juniors and Company, publishers of The Clewis ventor. Mr. Watson, who visited in through, the force of the water was
. .
,.' ... by two married sisters, Mrs. Alvin war veterans will be needed to fill ton News was closed, today from Fort Myers several months ago.. was I so strong that the rock and marl,

: Gordon, of Sylvester, Ga..,. and" "Mrs.! CCC vacancies when the first quarter three-thirty until four-thirty p. m*., co-inventor of the telephone with loosened and broken into boulders

" E. A. Nowling, of Clewiston; three of the fourth six months enrollment during the funeral of Jennings Bow- Alexander Graham Bell. Mr. Wat by the charges of dynamite: tumbled

.;' younger sisters at home, "Hyldred, : period expires December 1, dena- brother of Editor Iveathley son's' was the first voice ever heard headlong Into the uuJorgiound riv-

i, ; : Voncelle and Rhusselle and three I and Eastern and Southern states Bowden, in Inverness. over the telephone. He 'also owned er. Mr. Jones was standing on the

brothers, Curtis, 15, of Moore Haven have been assigned 30,803 recruitsas Editor left to 'In this
and Mrs. Bowden for one of the largest shipbuilding first spot break through
E. J., 17, and J. L., 21 of Clew- I their total quotas. Boston .
Clearwater last Thursday afternoon, yards in the United Slates at manner.

istan. The family moved to Moore I The replacement program begins the deceased having passed away Mass.\ Mrs. Watson, the invent- Since he went into the stream

Haven *ln1929 from Sumner, Ga.:, January 1st and 'runs through Jan suddenly with' pneumonia there that or's widow, and her daughter.. Esther with the first cave-in .of dirt, the

Carl' attending L the Moore Haven] uary 13. afternoon. Funeral: services were will visit in Fort Myers laterin water carried him safely throughthe
lor one and'then '
school term ,
taking Flor-idas I I held this o. afternoon at'the hours the season.--Fort Myers News-, maze of boulders and'rough rock

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kinds, costing $3,144,250, made necessary NORMAN H. DAVIS, American am- TWO SCORE PERISH I
CURRENT EVENTS by the shift from 24-hour to 16- and our chief ALEXANDER SHARP

hour daily production. representative In the naval limitation WHEN HOTEL BURNS
Evidently Mr. Ford has no fear for conversations that have been going on

the future economic stability of the in London, has given
PASS IN REVIEW! country. ruJ 'i A. INY MS plain warning to Japan :'-
that If that nation Michigan Legislators Are rr:

IF A national program of gradecrossing :;I insists on scrap Among the Victims -- '
elimination Is adopted, employ- ping the Washingtonnaval I Y rN
BALKAN CRISIS AROUSES THE ment for 750,000 men now on relief treaty, security j I Mich.
t Lansing, .-An early morningfire
rolls can be provided for a period of will be endangered,
POWERS TO PEACE ACTION- In zero weather, turned the Kerns
six months and highway safety greatly suspicion created and r
BUSINESS RECOVERY NEWS ..JY"IMA hotel into a death trap and, with twen-
made the world forced
promoted, according to a survey
< i J. ty-two known dead, police and firemen
public by the Security' Owners' association costly naval con-
W. PICKARD predicted the number of fatalities
By The program would involve 12- struction race. Mr.
Western Newspaper Union. might reach forty.
051 projects, and an expenditure of Davis was addressing
I a few days It seemed that Jugo $805.000,000 requiring 783.000,000 man :- the American Corre- Their escape shut off by the flames,
FOR was determined to provoke hours of labor. N. H. Davis spondents' association many guests Jumped from upper win-

another European war as an aftermathof The association represents millionsof in London, but his words were dows, some to the sweet, others into
the assassination of King Alexander. depositors and Insurance company meant for all the world to hear, and the Grand river, wliich flows at the

Ltogoljuo leftitch, Ju- policy holders, who own nearly half of as his speech was the first comprehensive rear of the hotel. A score or more of
goslav foreign minister the twelve billions In railroad bonds statement of the American position the guests were legislators, here for a

appeared before outstanding.Each 'since. the opening of the conversations special session of the legislature.Five .

the League of Nations of the projects listed, the survey It was regarded as of the great- of the known dead drowned.
council in Geneva and states, already has been passed est importance lIe also announced, Five others died of Injuries sufferedIn
denounced the govern- upon by state commissions In public for the first time, that President Roosevelt leaping to the street. Fleeing wom- Alexander Sharp, believed to be the

ment of Hungary as hearings and removal of the grade has proposed "a substantial all- en waiters told of stumbling over the oldest living Shriner, has just passedhis

responsible for the crossings recommended or ordered. around reduction in naval armaments." body of David Monroe, assistant hotel ninety-ninth birthday. He Is a

Marseilles m u rd e.r, The survey; estimates that 85 per cent Mr. Davis said that, since no agree- manager, who apparently died of suffocation member of Nile temple and now live

and his government of the funds would go directly and Indirectly ment for armament reduction has been or injuries. at the Masonic home at Zenith, Wash.

pressed him to obtain into wages. reached, the United States advocatesthe An incomplete list of Injured In hos-

.. ... _.. concrete action In regard continuance of the Washington and pitals stood at twentyseven.No .
---' ""' -
: to the complaint. the Pres- London treaties with their
Bogojub RESPONDING promptly to assuranceof complete list of missing could be
-....--- _- Yeftltch! At the same time Ju- to cooperatewith "equality of security." compiled, because the hotel records START THIRD PARTY

goslavJa was depor'tIng the government, the committeesfor Unofficially, It Is said that when Japan Including the register, were destroyed.
thousands of Hungarians! from business recovery recently appointed gives formal notice that'she Is de- Police and firemen, however, said they .
within Its borders. Hungary, denyingany by the Chamber of Commerce of the nouncing the Washington treaty, prob- believed the hotel ruins contained prob- They Hope to Consolidate All

responsibility for the killing of United States and the National Association ably on December 20, the United States: ably twenty bodies and that possibly Leftists.

Alexander, protested bitterly againstthe of Manufacturers called a meet- will Immediately withdraw from the almost as many drowned In the river.
deportations, and was supportedby for December 12 White
Ing at Sulphur discussions In London. Early lists of the dead and missing St. Paul, \Iinn.-A national third
Italy In Its position. France stood Springs, W. Va.Invitations .
were: party movement, hopeful of consolidatIng' -
back of did Czecho-
Jugoslavia as have been sent to 100
all leftist factions In the United
slovakia and Rumania. solution of the Saar KNOWN DEAD
leaders in the fields of commerce. in- pEACEFUL
Bosman Abraham Grand Rapids. States behind a common aim based ou ,rye
Yeftitch told leaders of the major dustry, finance, and agriculture "to con problem seemed assured ,
European powers he preferred to with- sider various suggestions for a con- when the council of the League of Na- GoodwIne, Representative John \V., sweeping public ownership, was start-
ed ultrallberals from MId-
draw the matter from the hands of the structive program to accelerate recov-' tions unanimously and gladly adoptedthe Marlette. by eight
league and deal directly with Hungary from economic report of the Saar committee embodying Gratrix, James, fifty. Chicago. west states. I
ery our existing con '
rather than accept mere "platonic" dition." the Franco-German agreementfor Howlett,. Representative T. Henry, Predicated on the theory"capitalismhas
condemnation of terrorism. payment for the mines In case .the Gregory. failed" and If fascism "is to be pre-

"Our moderation has mistakenlybeen region votes to return to the reich. Kohn (first name and address unknown vented, a national third party must be

conceived to be: weakness," he INTERESTING statements were made Leading up to this settlement were two ). organized," delegates adopted a declaration
of Indus-
asserted. Congress announcements of utmost importance.First LeidleIn, Senator John W., Saginaw. of principles, approved first
try In New York by two of the President's of
The situation was genuinely threat Foreign Minister Pierre Laval McFarland, R. S., Dayton, Ohio, a steps looking toward a formation
closest advisers, Raymond Holey
ening and the representatives of the of France promised that French troops salesman. such a national movement, and pre-
: .... and Donald Rlchberg, would make 'to the Monroe David assistant of pared for a meeting next spring, probably -
great powers began' to: get busy. PierreLaval ,: ,,.A.,,. director of the national no attempt enter manager
"< '
French foreign minister, told fD.. > Saar territory before or during the the hotel. In Chicago, which ultraliberalsfrom

Baron AloisI! of Italy about the Serb ..t.(:.,1jk1..;\.".,,,, ,"," I" Professor emergency Moley council.declared vote on January 13. "I desire to an- Parker, Representative C. D., Otls- throughout the nation are expected -
threat, and a spokesman for the little v.",.:+:;:.'>" :>.":;'<"t. nounce," said he "that France will not ville. to attend.
there Is
entente admitted that the Belgrade ; workable substitutefor no participate in any international force Sias, Representative Donald W.. The declaration of principles was
government might be forced by public which It may be found necessary to Midland.\ drafted by a committee consisting of

opinion to act unless the. council's action ill italistic the economic present cap- send Into the Saar. We cannot participate Smith, Clarence, Coldwater. Alfred S. Dale, North Dakota ; John L.

was satisfactory. "sys- In such a force because Ger- Voorhees, Representative Vern, Albion Wirds, Iowa ; Congressman'George
tem. "Basically,
Then Laval to the cannot participate." Schneider, Wisconsin ; D. D, Alder-
proposed league apIan many .
..:x ,." .... said; "the New Deal
Involving an invitation to Hungary ; was an effort! to save Then Capt. Anthony Eden, British Wishneff, I., Lansing, formerly of dyce, Michigan, and Arthur ,

to conduct a careful inquiry Into the t ,,;'ilV l'' capitalism and, by lord privy seal, told the council that Los Angeles.An Minnesota.
Alexander'and "'M 'A" Julius Emme St. Paul, told the con-
murder of to punish spreading the Great Britain would contribute troops to unidentified woman about sixty-
anyone found guilty of connection with Donald range ference sentiment In the country was
of opportunity under the proposed international force, pro- Eve years old. "
the crime. This scheme for "a distinct class party, predicting
was presentedto Rlchberg Itj to enable the average vided Chancellor Hitler of Germanywere MISSING
Hungary and the little entente by man to regain a measure of con- willing that such an army should Cleo Adams, hotel employee.F. the "struggle In the future is go-

Capt. Anthony Eden, British lord privy trol over the conditions under whichhe le sent into the territory. When Ber- G. Barnard, Lansing. ing lo" be between" representatives of

seal, and was accepted by them, to the lived. It seemed to me In 1933, as It lin was informed of this, a foreign Edward Booth, Grand Rapids. the working class.

great relief of the. statesmen. seems to me now, that this effort! to office spokesman announced that Hit- Herbert Brown, Detroit.J. "The consolidation or'the Republican -

Meantime the tenseness of the situ- save capitalism was wise and just. ler's government would raise no objec- H. Byrnes, Grand Rapids. "and Democratic parties is impending -
said Emme in his address. "When
ation was ,lessened by the sudden cessation "By no stretch of the Imaginationcould tions to the plan. Miss Ronnie Curran, hotel waitress. ,
big business promises to cooperatewith
of 'deportations of Hungariansfrom the vote of November, 1932, have Delegates of Italy and Czechoslo- Charles Gunn, Bay City, Mich. Roosevelt where
Jugoslavia, which action, it 'was been Interpreted as a mandate for the vakia declared their countries would R. V. Horney, Detroit. President '.
said was due to the Intercession of oth- Maxim LItvInov. Mrs. Lameroux first concerned, that spells one of two J.-:
abandonment of the capitalistic system. send troops, and ( name unknown 1'
er powers, chiefly Great Britain and finally even had there been such a Soviet foreign commissar, said he believed ). things-unification of both old parties /

France. The Serb government probably mandate, there wag.and Is no work- Russia: would be willing to sup- C. L.. Fisher, Marshall, Mich. to meet" the rising. third party, or

realized that its cause at Geneva able substitute for our present system." ply a part of the league force. Herbert J. Millard, New York. Fascism.

would be prejudiced by the continua- Moley expressed much optimism regarding Leo J. Morris- ,, Detroit.

tion of the expulsions. business. He told the industrIalists Joe Palmer, Ionia, Mich.: Motor Car Kills"Mother

in effect, that they need haveno A TTORNEY GENERAL CUMMINGS Joseph W. Rhodes, Washington, D. C.
BOLIVIA, badly, beaten by Paraguay, fear of any radical change In the held a four-day crime conferencein Mrs. Elsa Robbins, Saginaw, Mich. of Movies"Hollywood

her acceptance of the present economic and social order, that Washington with some five hundred Lloyd U. Rockey, Addison, Mich. Calif.-Death has pro-

League of Nations' plan for ending the Industry was needed to stimulate trade, delegates, and President Roosevelt and Charles B. Searle, Fort Wayne, Ind. vided the final fadeout for the fragile,

war in the Chaco ; and, although at bring about recovery, and that In the Henry L. Stimson made speeches at the Robert E. Shepherd: Grand Rapids. gray-haired "mother of the movies."

the same time an order was issued fora last analysis it would be the businessmen opening session.. Criminologists, judges, James H. Weisse, Flint, Iich.J. Mrs. Kate Kent, seventy, veteran char-

general mobilization of all the coun- who would distribute the wealth lawyers and sociologists joined the government L. Zander, Saginaw. acter actress, who has been a familiar
try's available Dan power, it was believed of the nation. officials In devising a programto figure on motion-picture "lots". for 20

the long struggle was near Its Mr. Richberg admitted the NRA had make the nation more lawabiding.H. Doctor Kills Wife and years, was struck down by a motor

ending. not achieved all its aims in its effortto J. Ansllnger, chief of the narcotic car during a fall of rain

The league plan provides for an arm bring about industrial selfgovernment bureau, discussed the recent raids in Self With Rare KnivesNew Although her name never appearedon

istice while a neutral international but insisted that its fundamental many large cities In which his agents York.-Dr. Harmon Smith, six- the main title of a motion pIc-

commission works out details of a set- principles must he preserved In permanent seized hundreds of dope peddlers, ad- ty-two, selected two ,blades from his ture, Mrs. Kent was as familiar to
tlement of grievances. Paraguay has legislation for codes of fair com- dicts and their equipment) and said the collection of ornately designed antique film people as any of the most re

not acted finally on the league's offer. petition. raids showed the need of more drastic knives recently, the police say, to kill nowned stars.

Secretary of State Hull notified the He warned the manufacturers that laws against the dope evil. The mat himself and his wife. The bodies of .

league that the United States would the permanent law must be written In ter of shady lawyers was taken up the couple were found In a study of John L. Lewis Again

co-operate to bring about peace, prom co-operation with labor and consumers, and Mayer C. Goldman of New York their four-story home In East Sixty-
ising that it would appoint a man for as well as private business and gov- suggested that private counsel in crim, second street. Heads United Miners

the neutral commission, and also thatIt ernment, so that there should be nel- inal cases he abolished and a systemof Doctor Smith, a nose and throat spe- \Vashington.-TIunning withoutop-

' would name delegates to a Pan-Amer- ther work-consumer regimentation by state defense lawyers be established cialist, apparently severed his wife's position, John L. Lewis was re-elected

ican peace conference at Buenos Airesto business nor business regimentation by Treasury officials urged that their police jugular vein with a three-inch blade president of the United Mine Workersof

meet for the purpose of effecting a government. authority against bootlegging and then thrust an eight-inch blade America. Philip Murray of Pitts-

lasting settlement of the flfty-year-'old Organized labor was soundly beratedby should be broadened. These and many through his heart. Beside the rest of burg was re-elected vice president and I

border: feud. C.. L. Bardo. president of the National other topics were thoroughly discussed. the physician's collection of knives in Thomas Kennedy of Hazelton, Pa., sec- .. r.

ot Association of Manufacturers.He a desk was an unloaded revolver retary-treasurer. They also were un- f

,, TTENRY FORD believes, as do many said its contribution to national opposed. Union headquarters here

AJ- others, that recovery can be recovery had been "the most widespread T. HELVERING, commissionerof Three CCC Boys Dieas said that other results of the balloting
brought about by reviving Industry Inauguration of strikes, coercion Internal revenue, revealed In could not be announced for several

and_creating employment, and he Is intimidation, and violence that his annual report that forty-six Americans Fire Sweeps Camp weeks.

' acting on his* oeiier. the United States has ever seen, as .enjoyed net Incomes of more thana Norris, Tenn.-Fire which broke out
THe motor magnate evidenced strikes in million dollars last year and one
by Minneapolis, In ten degree weather at the Clear Former Customs Collector
announces that he will Cleveland textile industries and the multimillionaire, richest man In 1933, '
Creek CCC camp near Norris dam
spend an additional general strike at San Francisco." netted more than five million dollars.In Convicted as EmbezzlerSeattle -
burned three CCC boys to death, swept
$8,000,000 for further: Industry's platform for recovery, 1932 no one made more than five II through the camp and left over 200 Wash. Consoling himself
expansion and i m- which was proposed at a meeting of million dollars, and only twenty per- others shivering in night attire. that the verdict was "not so tough,'"

provement of his com- the national Industrial council,<5hrglng sons made a million or over. Four CCC workers were slightly George D. ilubbard, former United

pany's thousand-acre return to the gold standard, a balanced Total net Incomes for all persons In burned as they fled from their bunks. States collector of customs for this

plant at River Rouge, budget, and other orthodox economic the country decreased slightly to ten The camp Is located on a hillside anda district, awaited sentence on his conviction

near Dearborn, Mich. .: measures, was adopted. billion eight hundred and forty-six mil- high wind carried the fire through of embezzling S4 quarts of customs -

This Is In addition to lion dollars In 1933, compared with It almost before officers could give the seized liquor for his own use. "1

the recent letting of FOUR Americans, one Italian and two eleven billions one hundred and eighty- alarm. The damage was estimated by was acquitted on one indictment,.
contracts for nearly -- were honored In the five millions in 1032. about $12,000.. wasn't I?" he asked, referring to the
$12,000,000 for two Henry Ford 11)31 Nobel prize awards. Drs. George Corporation Income showed a slight officers at jury's verdict after the ten-day trial
steel mills and Minot, William P. Murphy and George
power units for the improvement last year,1according to here.
plant so the H. Whipple were the joint winners of Dog Gives Up His Lifeto
company will spend a total Uelvering. He reported: that 104,702
of about $20,000,000 within a period of the award In medicine and were at corporations showed net taxable Incomes Save Family From GasSt. Bolivia Accepts League
Stockholm to receive the prize. Dr.
ten months for
the development of the of two billion five hundred and
-.. Harold C. Urey of Columbia university, Louis, l\Io.-\ dog saved a family Offer PeaceLa
to Arrange
Rouge plant whose discovery of "heavy water," six million dollars In 1033, compared of six from asphyxiation and died
The new units now under construc- won him the chemistry prize, was represented with 73,775 corporations reporting net itself from gas escaping from a leaky Paz, Bolivia.-The Bolivian cab-
tion and the cost of each are th steel by United States_ Minister Income of one billion eight hundred main. Fumes from the main filled the inet agreed to answer Geneva, accept-

finishing plant $3,400.000; the hot steel Steinhardt. Lulgi! Pirandello of Italy and fifty-two millions in 1932. Henry .A. Spitzer house while the fam- ing without modification the recom-

strip mill $0,111,023: : the stripper received the literature prize. At the The great majority of corporations, ily slept. The dog, Major, awakened mendation of the League of Nations :

building, for handling Ingots, $230,000; same time, Arthur Henderson of Eng however, still show no profit at all ; Spitzer, who called aid. An inhalator for the settlement of the Chaco war J
new steam and electrical units for the I land, president of the world disarmament 310,850 firms reported that Instead of squad revived Mrs. Spitzer's mother with Paraguay. At the same time the ,- "

power house $4nyy,88S ; new blast fUr- conference, received at Wo, Nor- net Income In 1933 they bad net deficits and three children. Major was found cabinet approved a decree for a getW

4GO naces and foundry equipment $2, 20-\\ way, the peace prize for 1034) and Sir aggregating four blllloa fire hundred. I dead in the basement. eral mobilization ordered the de- .}
I and additional equipment of Norman Angell that for 1033. and eleven million dollars. l cree to be published In the newspapers r



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J, SYNOPSIS opinion of this girl's mentality?" ifested thought, that It Is wrong to ber nothing of what occurs during the IL LF 1
"I have not had a fair opportunityto steal, and this moral lesson has Im- hypnotic state."

Tneodore Gatlln adopts a baby, which study hero r honor,"' Stephen replied pressed itself upon her conscious mind. "I believe I follow you," the judge.
he names "Penelope," In a final effortto "hence I am not In a position to With repetition, the ,thought, becominga murmured."I Pot holders are necessary In the
solve his matrimonial troubles But give the court more than a snap de- habit, dropped out of her conscious have shown you why the normal .kitchen, and It's Just as easy to makean
his wife has never wanted her, and cision." mind to become conserved In her unconscious Nance Belden would not steal. But attractive pot holder as a plain
: their affairs end In the divorce court.
have studied her?" mind. Conserved there, It now comes that mental shock I spokeof
;:: Ten-year-old Penelope Is given Into the "How long you one. They are Interesting and easy
keeping of Mrs Gatlin. At a baseball ,"About thirty minutes, your honor." became a, definite part ,of her personality with consequent amnesia for all of to make, in spare time, and some
.;'.. game a ball strikes Penelope on the "Il'm-m-m I Doctor Blethen examinedher -her soul, If you will. Thereafterit her life that has' preceded It; or It may should always be worked up readyto
:;:. nose. Mrs. Gatlin spirits the child to on three different occasions, his was not necessary to remind herself be a part of that life. With the am- take as a gift when a trifle is
business, '
Europe. Gatlin retires from
, wills Penelope all his money, and Is examinations embodying a total'of. that lf was wrong to steal. She knewIt nesia comes what we term dissociationor wanted in a hurry and you know It ",
.\ ,. about to begin a search for' his daughter about,six hours' time." ::, -. was', without .having to think about mental' disintegration. The unconscious will be appreciated.
:.' ,whei a motor accident ends his life. "With all due deference to my dfs;. .(E at lilt, and this 'unconscious knowl overwhelms the conscious; the Package No. A-8 is composed of -

: Some Stephen ten Burt years Is later a rising, In San young Francisco psychi, tinguished colleague," Stephen replied edge was' her protection In the fleeting acquired Instincts of morality-social three pieces. Two pot holders and

'.,:' atrist. He Is presented by Dan Mc- with his singularly charming smile, moment of temptation, aroused by her "usage=dnbp:out, of the conscious Into one container. When made up, the
:: Namara, chief of police, with 'a new patient "six hours Is not usually consideredmore definite need'and the knowledge that, the )Xinconsclous, and the thoughts and holder is visible through door, as
:'; -Nance Belden. a girl with a dual" than sufficient time to form an l lacking money to buy the stockings, I Impulses 1at" have lain dormant and shown above. The holders are placed

,;=JJ;":.'" personality waR in part, responsible.for which her McNamara"saddle nose does approximate opinion, which subsequent and faced with the absolute necessityfor defeated In the unconscious are now in pocket through top opening. The

'.;'; not think she is a responsible criminal Investigations may set at variance. If acquiring stockings, the sole alternative In the saddle. Unfortunates who have material Is stamped and stenciled In ,
i:, .: and obtains Burt's expert testimony in this girl were to become a patient of was to steal them. She got acquired dual personalities or a dissociated colors, ready to be made up, and the .;
f ,' court. Lanny, the doctor's faithful officenurse mine today, .1 should devote many no further than that vague, conscious personality go from one per- lines may be outlined If desired.
is won over to her cause despite
' Nance's hard-boiled exterior.CHAPTER weeks to an effort to demonstrate that thought. Immediately the knowledgethat sonality Into the other and back again, I Directions are also given how to putit 1
I 1 my original opinion regarding her was. It was Immoral to steal-that nothing with or without amnesia for the pre- together _i
I .
In error." could possibly excuse theft-rose ceding state. Send 15c If you want the set.

A- ;o. III "Is she crazy, Doctor Burt?" out of her unconscious mind and *ie" "At a time when Nance Belden's sec- Address-Home Craft Co., Dept. A I

." _5- "Not in the sense that we customarily came a dominating' conscious thought. ond personality (B) ruled her, and she -Nineteenth and St. Louis Ave., St. j
:;<:;: ,,:. Stephen elbowed his way Into the employ the term, your honor. I should I Now, right there appeared 'the mental decided to steal those stockings, she Louis, JIo.Enclose J i

.: courtroom. Nance Belden saw him, say, rather, that her psychology Is ab phenomenon known among psychiatristsas was acting under the Impulsion of an a stamped addressed envelope '
i :\, and from behind the bars of th pris normal, that she Is neither moral nor a complex or conflict In all conflicts Idea that could not combated. To steal when writing for any Information .
\' _" oner's dock waved to him and called immoral, but unmoral. For Instance, the stronger wins-and In this had become an acquired Instinct, or at , 3].>: cheerily: "Hello, Ste\e." when I asked her why she stole silk particular mental conflict the will not least a very strong Instinct. There j

: _: "Silence-you !I" the bailiff warned stockings, she told me quite frankly to steal won Instantly. It was an may have been a certain amount of repression Tallest Building .
.!....-.:: that she did It because there were runs older habit of thought It was an ac- against the act at first, but The Empire State building In New

::4s 'S : faer.Nance. made a face at him ; then, obs'erving' gradually that repressive Instinct, i I. e., York city is the tallest building In "i)r
l'L(':s' a warning gesture, she tossed her head conscious mind but now relegated to man-made object in the world. It Is ":

?;:: tilted her chin and bent upon the her unconscious mind grew weaker, 206 feet higher than the Eiffel towerIn

:r, Judge a-cold and defiant stare until finally the stronger instinct won, Paris. Its 85 floors of office space
i t> :'.;' The bailiff opened the door of the and the result is, we have Nance Bel- rise to a height of 1,058 feet-12 feet
ft'., : prisoners' dock and beckoned to her. den up before your honor for commit- higher than the very tip of the

, <..;: "Nance Belden," the judge queried, ment to San Quentin penitentiary on n Chrysler building, its nearest, rivaL
tf.t:. "have you anything to say as to why suspended sentence'for grand theft. From that point the combination ,.,

'::.::'-t', sentence should not be pronounced "Have you any theory as to what mooring mast and observation tower ..".

" ,;:,.' upon you?" this mental" shock might be, Doctor goes up 100 feet-the equivalent of "

-:,:' "I've got a mouthpiece," the girl re Burt? 102 stories In all. The tip of the _1
.... "I have a very definite theory as to :
\." torted. "Ask him building is just 72 feet less than one- '
i'J. From a. chair beside the counsels' what prepared the ground, so to speak, fourth of i mile from the street.- 'J
: ':' d Kj for the mental shock, but I have not _
\able it
,. a young man arose. "May y Pathfinder Magazine. :I
r. the slightest Idea of the nature of the
; : please the court, the public defender
: has withdrawn, from this case and I shock.
:.:, :-. am now counsel for the defendant My "This Is most Interesting' Doctor .oj
'::,\ <, name is David Tyrrell. I am reliably Burt Pray explain." ---<
t" : Informed, your honor, that, following "Look carefully at this defendant, j

,/'.;; : a fair and impartial trial, this defendant your honor. You see a young woman :
''j: has been con\iited: of the about five feet, five Inches high-nor "

crime of which she stands accused and mal height for a woman of her age, ::1-
-. = is now before the court for sentence." which I Imagine to be about twentyone '. ;

<' "Mr. Tyrrell, your client Is now under 9 or nventy-two. How much do you -.
: weigh, Miss Belden?" ..
a suspended sentence from the
., ;,: Superior court, for the crime of grand "A hundred and twenty-eight Your own druggist is authorized to -d:
t- ;: :,. theft She was there sentenced to two Steve. cheerfully refund your money en the spot :"":,
Ff; wr.: years In San Quentin penitentiary, but TO BE CONTINUED. If you are not relieved by Creomulsion. '':-

tt. '. paroled for two years Less than two' i4I 4i 0S Powdered Skim Milk Is i1
iF. ); months have passed since she was ;n]
Made With RollersThe "Collection of Successful BnsIaeM Flans"sent
: :' paroled, and today she stands before for $2.98. Your name and address to ,-
". I ( ITAS. MOORE. 309 N. Miami Ave., Miami '
',-'" 'f. the court for sentence under a charge manufacture 01 powdered skim i I Fla. No questions or Information.
j ", of petit larceny. The defendant evi- milk is simple process yet one requir- '
dently Is Incorrigible, and I Intend to S ing great care in operation. Briefly, :
remand her to the Superior court for the skim milk Is allowed to fall at a OLD AGE PENSION INFORMATIONENCLOSE ,

commitment under the old charge of specified rate down Into the trough JUDGE; LEHMAN, HUMBOLOT.: STAMP KAN&
grand theft." made by two steel rollers. The rollersare

"I thank your honor, I have been hollow drums perhaps 4 feet In diameter -
retained in this apparently hopelesscase and heated by steam to a high s
for the purpose of adducing a temperature. The rollers meet so To quickly allay skin

sound reason' why this defendant should closely only a thin lllm of milk passes irnterions) or hurts,
-; be neither sentenced under the present between, and this film. In the courseof depend on soothing '
charge nor remanded to the Superior Yi three-quarters of a revolution, be-
,t court for commitment under comes dried Into a paperlike sheet

r? sentence for the former crime. To that which Is scraped off by knives before: %
,- end, your honor, I ask \leave to present the roller passes once more Into the '
r an expert witness to testify to the ; :' ; pool of milk. The sheet resembles
.o, mental Irresponsibility of my client. I Girl, Who Doubtless In Happier Days Possessed a Single i Personalityand parchment, but Is not so stiff. It falls
"One moment, please,' Mr. Tyrrell. That a Normal One, Has Now Acquired a Secondary Personality." Into a trough where a spiral knife YARNS

;':: .i.: Your action would be 'merely wasting forces It along to a conveyor which car-
f,; In all her old stockings. That reply quired Instinct, whereas the Impulse to 100 Types and 600 Colors to choose from.
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: \ your time and that of the court I ries It up to the grinding and packingroom Price Ran o from
'" was Illuminating. As I' talked steal was not a habit of thought, be-
'*:<; shall remand the prisoner Immedit tely very where the milk falls from the toe to 25c PER OUNCE
further with her I noted her valiant cause she had never Indulged In theft !
;, to the Superior court, with a request to grinder directly Into, sacks In which It Special-Imported Scotch Tweed and
moods and quickly came to the con- We say we do a thing on Instinct but Boucle Da Lane,ISo per Ounce
; the Judge thereof that her case be is to be shipped. Service Mail Orders''
Prompt on
clusion that she is suffering from dissociation really we act after due, If Incalculablybrief
& taken up Immediately. I sentence this This method cannot be used for Outlet Embroidery Supply Co. 17ti4
by reason of shock. In other cogitation, based on reason, whichIs
prisoner to ninety days In the runty whole milk, as the butterfat would fry ,6thA.T .,N.Y.,Cor, 5thSt.-
words, this girl, who doubtless In hap- the result of habituation to doing
;3'r' Jail, but the sentence will be suspended and spoil the taste of the product.In .
pier days single personalityand certain things. 51> S4 ,
-t' : possessed a WNU-7 -
her behavior for
; during good one powdering whole milk the milk Is
f-/: : that a normal one, has now acquired "This defendant, your honor Is a
year from date. A bailiff will conduct forced In a very fine spray through a
p: a secondary personality. In healthy girl as far as I can .judge from
? you, your expert witness and the defendant hot-air blast which remotes all the
::=''" at once to Department Number plain English, two entirely different outward appearances. But she is what moisture and permits the powder to WATCH YOUR .

: :t' Six of the Superior court, and I will people Inhabit the one body. you often hear referred to as high- fall In a heap at the bottom of the t

"y ft.::;. Immediately telephone to the Judge "The first personality, which I shall' strung. And she Is so unusually Intel- drying room. KIDNEYS ,. ..
fl' and request that he, listen to your ex- call A, Is the result of acquired In ligent that I readily realized there must -":.

: pert witness." stlncts, habit, education, and repressions have been a very potent reason for the Hickory a Native AmericanThe Be Sure They Properly
''f.t' As they entered the Imposed on society by conventionand commission of such unintelligent
, Superior court hickory has a special attraction Cleanse the Blood .
ilr:' the judge glanced at a document which the code of procedure which we. act as theft. ,So immediately I com- because It IS'8 native American tree.It I .
evidently had reached him from the' call morals. This has been submerged menced to question her as to her fam- is not like the Norway maple or the Y OUR kidneys aro constantly fU
;agog!'.' police magistrate's court "Mr. Tyrrell, wholly or In part by a second person ily, her past English elm, of foreign ancestry. The tering Impurities from the bloo< '*
_. 1 understand desire to ality, which I' shall call B, and whenB "She the stream. But kidneys get functionally
; you present could tell me nothing. She Is Indians called It pohlckery, but In disturbed-lag in their work-
dome expert testimony in an effort to l>personality rules her she has amnesia not at all sure that her name Is Nance the course of time 'AmerIcans droppedthe fail to remove the poisonous body
prove the mental Irresponsibility of for what I have termed her acquired I Belden, and I am satisfied} that her inability fist syllable. They used It for wastes.
'Ii.:' this defendant, Nance Belden. I may or normal instincts. Out of her to throw any light on her bows and for war clubs. It Is now used Then you may suffer nagging-

', state that I'have already been In telephonic unconscious mind thon ,emerge, as genesis was not born of a desire to I for ax handles, wheel spokes, chairs backache, attacks of: dizziness,
'fir- communication with Doctor definite Impulses to action, the old antipathies withhold that Information. I believe I and barrel hoops, and the like. A bas. burning, scanty or too frequent
.... : Blethen, and have had a complete report to such action, which we.med- I she has amnesia for a certain period of ket made of hickory strips will outlast urination, getting up at night,
teal term conflicts. i the maker's lifetime. As a fuel burnedIn swollen, feet and ankles, rheumatic "
from him on this case. You may men her life, and we know that such a "
pains "allworn out.
proceed, however, to present your side "Let me illustrate. We will assume condition Is usually the result of a I an open fireplace, It has no superior Don't; delay! For the quicker you
of It. Who Is your witness?" that at this moment she-is possessedof severe mental shock. In such cases the -CincinnatI Enquirer.The get rid of: these poisons, the better J'
"Dr. Stephen Burt, your honor," and her personality A, and In this state patient usually has an Intense desireto your chances of good health. ,
Tyrrell indicated Stephen. "> she realizes she has runs In all her forget absolutely the unhappy, unpleasant Great Divide Use Doan's PlUs. Doan's are for 1
"I know all about Doctor Burt,". the stockings-that she must have new or terrifying episode or per The Great Divide Is an Idiomatic the kidneys only. They tend to pro- ';"
Judge said pleasantly. "I had him In stockings, but she sees some stockings son that produced the shock, and so Intense name for'the Continental Divide In the mote normal functioning tho .
r ,, my court a year ago as an expert wit which she can readily steal Normal ,Is the power of will in certain Rocky Mountain watershed, which separates : kidneys; should help them pass off
the Irritating poisons. Doan's are ;1
\ ness In the matter of the Carter wll people often have Impulses to steal, highly sensitive people, women par the streams tributary to the Pacific I: recommended by users the country '
case," he nodded to' Stephen. "This your honor, and Nance Belden has an ticularly, that not Infrequently they from those tributary to the Atlantic. over. Get them from any druggist.
court Is very much Interested In get- Impulse to steal. the stockings she succeed Thus amnesia is produced.It In a restricted sense the term !
ting at the facts In this case and It Is needs. Is, In a sense, autobypnosls, and your Is sometimes applied to a portion of DOAN'S PILLS .
obliged to you for your voluntary at- "But ,here a factor Intervenes. She honor undoubtedly Is aware that peo the main divide In Yellowstone Na- I.
tendance. What is'your professional has been taught, from the day she man- ple who have been hypnotized r mem- tional park.

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ation of Senator Hodges. in the regular 60-day session," the!I Sumter County and former state I

The Clewis ton ,News This new Hodges Fire Insurance 1 Governor said. I senator is considered a tentative ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON

Policy ought to be a popular one. There has been no Indication that candidate for State Treasurer in REQUEST

Published every Friday in Clewiston, No doubt the Senator will get busy Governor Sholtz has changed his 1936. ,Cyril Baldwin, tax assessor of C.: E. STEBEL

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, and write a lot of it between now tand on the extra session question. : Highlands County Is also expectedto
Inc. 'n 1933 he refused to extend the announce his candidacy for the
and the next session. A popular 00-day period of the Legislature and office now held by State Treasurer Electrical Contracting

Keathley Bowden, Editor sport at' the next legislative powwow has steadfastly adhered to his position "Wi. V. Knott. Lem B. Hughes of Jas- PHONE 2121 )_
will probably be trying to low- of "no extra session" since per is being mentioned as a third
Entered as second class mail matter rate Florida insurance companies. that time. candidate for the post.

February 1, 1927, at the Post Agent for
SAMUEL: W. C3ETZEX IS AFTER Mrs. H. R. Nelson is spending the ,
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under Sometimes a newspaperman is GENERAL EL.ECTRICREFRIGERATORS
I STATE TREASURER SEAT holidays with her husband at the
the Act of March 3, 1897. really appreciated in his own com-
Clewiston Inn. Mrs. A. J. Chenet
munity. It seems that the people of Bushnell, Fla., Dec. 26, (FNS- came down from New Smyrna to RANGES ANDAPPLIANCES
Subscription rate, $2.00 per :year. Okeechobee County not only sub-
Samuel W. Getzen, of Bushnell, stay with Mr. Chenet at the Inn
Advertising rates on application. scribe to Bill Griffis' News, but they member of the lower house from through Christmas.
give him their votes as well. He was
Devoted to the advancement and elected to serve them in, the next

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry legislature. On top of that the Coun- ..
,County.RAMBLINGS.. ty School Board ,came out the other fi. jJ IUIIIIIIIIIII jl. IIIIIIIIIIIIII 1 I J HIIIIIIIIIIII I 11111II1I"lllf.I) III"IIII"I"I I IIII"I"IIIII j lllllllnl HII111111111llllll1llllllljo:1J\; : T I ll \ I

day with a resolution of gratitude to I' \

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:;;:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. valuable this same assistance country In editor helping for his to i : ..

work out a plan to solve the finan-

cial difficulties of their country


Okeechobee County suffered the

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r lion' dollars on deposit; went thru
_, It was a sort of Mardi Gras ,.,..
two hurricanes and four floods; to
Christmas-big firecrackers and lit-
say nothing of thee well known de I
firecrackers-shot by big folks
pression. In spites of all this, every 3 Is
( Best
and little folks--making' big noises school teacher received salary in full 5
and little ones-.
last year, although less than $2,000 H -t
The busiest place was the Post in taxes were collected for school :

Office. Art had figured that if all purposes in.1933. ,The school board

Christmas cards he handled were began this year with money on hand

laid end to end they would encircle and raised the salary of teachers ...

Lake Okeechobee, or the State of from ten to twenty dollars a month, ,- ,. ...- .. .-.;:i"j:j
Florida, or maybe the whole United pays them promptly in cold cash and BECAUSE ', ; ,- ,.' .:. ;:.-'', : ,

States. He's an expert card-dealer, have accomplished all this without ;> ; : ";' ::,:;; > 'i: ;r'2 ;, ..
anyhow, and so are Si and Elsie for borrowing a dollar. ) ,} i
we didn't get anybody else's card .
The County School Board, gives .
the whole lime, and nobody else got
Editor Griffis credit for working out
ours. The'stamps we all licked would
the plan that made it possible. If .
plaster one of the hurricane gates.It.wasn't it worked in Okeechobee "County it '" ;'.;.", .: 1.. Newspaper reading is a universal habit.
but the aftermath
Mardi Gras, -
might work In a lot of other places.
looks like it. All that color- A ---
school problem Is
This ;:>" ...
ful bits of pasteboard on the street
going to be one of the high lightsof

wasn't confetti though it certainly the next session. Maybe Gov- : 2. The newspaper is eagerly welcomed into _
gave that impression. It was mere- ernor Dave ought to look into the ,
ly that everyone threw their tickets : : ; -
Griffis plan. the home. :;
down when the drawings were over. : ,,_ ':.

There's nothing more useless, after And now may I wish for you everything : y. :;;, j

all, than a ticket for a drawing when good for the new year. Re-

the' drawing is over. member 1935 will be what you makeit :: 3. Newspapers almost without exception :.>:_:'; ;.
Congratulations to all winners. courage faith and confidence will :

Santa Claus'was a bright and merry work wonders, let's all determinenow refuse to take advertisements from fakers dishonest .:.
chip around their houses. to make the most of 1935. : ..

And he was a bright merry chapat '.
HAPPY NEW YEAR. : merchants or unreliable firms. '
the Community Tree, too. Thanksto : :

the Legion and -the Garden Club -,. .
the children were given the thrill of Magnolias Provide .

looked the y ar.no one.Santa and his- gifts- over- New State Industry I 4. The cost per prospect is less than any ; ;'f '
The Santa Claus on Mrs. Stewart's i9 : .
: other method.
chimney was most realistic and more t /' .: ,,: :
Brooksville, Fla., Dec. 26, (FNS) I : : .
in front s .
:,' than one youngster stopped :
-The beautiful magnolia trees of
of the house for last minute instruction '
Florida have provided a new industry I 't .
::' in this section. 'The leaves are : 5. Your advertisement appearing regularly :; 1
And now the New Year is only gathered for commercial purposes.Dr. :, 1
-. four days away, and we've got to get '
,; H. Dux Company, manufacturing .
: in of and '
k.-;: busy and think up what resolutions chemists of Jacksonville, have a r : : any newspaper' standing prestige \:.' ,
: wewant to break this year. t

/. Let's don't make 'em too hard. with crew a of 20 weekly men picking payroll the of leaves$700., i: g :.: ;. marks your business as one of standing and ,,.:;'>i

t :":'::":-: :":":":":":":":":":":":" :-:":" :":': and shipped to the factory where i|S : : -
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Leaves of magnolias are gathered prestige. ,>:

i they are chemically preserved to retain '" '
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i TOO LATE TO :: their natural beauty. They are ;.
,, 0 Ajj : then shipped to florists and decor- -;' <:: ; ,:{::'
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f.-.:,',> :.i''.... CLASSIFY..::'... I' ators wreaths who and use many them other in purposes.making ; ,.: .. ; :, : ; > .. : ..' : : I

.:. .:. Hollywood uses a large quantity for -
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'i' .:. studio decoration. The removal of !to !
r BY the leaves in no way injures the IIIIIIIIIII! IIIIIIIIIIIII! M !lili.lMllllli' lllllllllillliiffl lllllllllllllll lilllllllllll! UIIIIIIIIIII! lIUIII1I1111I1 lIIIIIIIIIIIIII ( ll1!!!!1IIIIIHIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII&ti "
Et RUSSELL KAY :: trees. Owners of magnolias may real-
:r: ;
ize a profit year after year on the :.,
sale of the leaves.

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Somebody invited Senator Wm.C. Road Work Halted '

Hedges to address a conventionof IS YOUR CAR SLUGGISH : :

the National Insurance Association Through HolidaysThe ,
not long ago and instead of .:,r.:{!

telling 'em what a fine bunch of fellows -

they were and what a noble surfacing of Road 67 was 1 : 2

work they were doing he got up on halted Saturday so members of the 5tk-. .

his hind legs and proceeded to erupt contractor's force and State Road ::,. '

'like a three alarm volcano. Whathe employees might spend the holidays

said about' insurance rates was' in their homes. At this time the

plenty. surfacing had been completed as far
If.seems that the Senator figured
north as the Hal Frierson place. .
if he was gonna make a talk to a Crews returned to work yesterday

;t; flock of insurance men he ought to morning and it was believed that

i' brush up on the subject of insur- without further Interruption the GA

ance. When he began to snoop work would be finished by the latter -I

around he discovered that the average part of the week. 0

c rate for insurance in other It was thought by officials of the
f'' states is .SSc for $100.00 but in contractor's organization and State

Florida the people {pay $1.19 for Road engineers that the work wouldbe

10000. The percentage of losses-I completed by Christmas Day but 5' .

.. -.paid on premiums in other states is light showers and continued cool! .a
;: 50 per cent and only 43.3 per cent
last week made that impo-? S ,4
7; in Florida, yet all stock fire insurance 3-I'a p :
sible so a longer Christmas vacatioji
; companies operating ,in Florida ,
.- was taken than was first Intended
f.- belong to association of underwriters -

who have worked out an
i' ; .-;."' 0 agreement by which Florida, Geor- State Budget GroupTo Distributor

gia, Alabama, North 'and South Carolina -
,,.' help carry the other states' Have Daily Session

;;;;;. losses. That Good

: U'of which to indicate I
would -
seem '
Tallahassee, Fla.Dcc. 28, (FNS) I
that the bird who buys fire insurance -
Governor Dave Sholtz has an- Gulf :
.. ", in Florida is getting a first
nounced that
there will be daily sss-
}. :. : class raw deal. .
? sions of the.
Budget Commis-
: ':' : L., The insurance Tallahas- sion Gasoline
lobby at. with state officials during the '
R. see has been successful in all pre- early part of January. Superintendent -

' vious sessions of the legislature in of State Institutions and headsof

I. :.,.preventing! the passage of any legislation departments will confer with the
'r, -
frO' that would bring relief to commission on state finances.We .
f those who pay fire asurance in will have a definite financial
Florida. How successful they will beat policy to recommend to the Legisla 4699 6UlfppW
the next' session remains to be ture. I believe the recommendationwill I ICA1tD
seen. Theycertatiily know they can'tcount go a long way toward helping l9 INCREASES POWER, SAVES WEAR .

.. ,on the sympathy and to work
coopcr- the Legislature complete its
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0---. . . :..:..:..:..:::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;.. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth S. Mc- Mrs. C. K. Downs of Conyers I I Paul Irons spent Christmas I' C. Buchanan spent Christmas- "1
;J.'" 6 Mullen spent Christmas holidays in Georgia arrived in Clewiston to I, Pierce with his ,
. '.. ; with Mrs. Irons and: their daughter.IMiss 'I family. S
Personal ;Mention | Arcadia with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Bal- spend the Christmas ,holidays with I I I
. ::
'. :: Betty Jane; in St. Petersburg.L ---- ;
asok. her son. C. L.; Downs, and

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:.:..: :..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Downs at the Inn. She will 1\Irs'l I. I ;,.v.,.. '
Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden, through -the winter here.
Lawson Jones spent Christmas and son Kay spent Christmas Eve You Wreck 'Em'
with relatives in Valdosta.R. 1Rr i"). 'iRj't't' 1
in Okeechobee with Mrs. Bowden's.. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. McKenzie spent } JJ ( 'G1''YU'; : 811r: .
parents. the holidays at their home in Lake We Fix 'Em '
L. Dosh was the guest of
land. Mrs. McKenzie's Mr. I ,
" friends in Hollywood Christmas. parents Counselor and Attorney Law
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Sparks and Mrs. Charles G. Means of Lawton Hopkins Building PAINTING BODY AND

:.' : S. A. Nail spent the holidays visit were guests of Mrs. Sparks' mother Oklahoma, arrived this week I Wednesdays] and Satimlajs9HO FENDER WORK '

: ing friends in High Springs: Mrs. Lewis, in West Palm Beach to spend some time with them here. to 4:00 TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY ,

n this week. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Williams, Mr.
;, Glen V. Scott spent Christmas at ------" t
and Mrs. F. A. Flanders and daughter -, Done by An Expert

;,,,:.-. his home in West Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Amos of Brunswick Phyllis, Parker Wilson, Mr. and Watches 'Clocks, Jewelry Courteous Service

." Georgia, are visiting their soninlawand .Mrs. C. H. Hawkins and childrenwere
') Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Christopher x Rear ofClewiston Work Guai mxteed. '
the Moore Haven resi-
daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ivy M. among
S.; S spent Christmas in Jacksonville. Dm" CompaiiyJewelry Prices Reasonable.
> Pafford. dents calling on friends In Clewiston
Christmas Day. Repairing
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Prof. G. B. Stanley is spendingthe
Mr. and Mrs.' Willis Moore of PIONEERService
:.::.' holidays in Richmond, Virginia.: Gainesville are spending the holi- Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Niblack and W. M. MERRITTWATCHMAI03R 3'N.

-: '. C. W. Clark of Tampa was a business days with Mr. Moore's mother Mrs.J. Mr. and Mrs. ,A. V. Hirsch had as &',JJ:"'EI ]n Station ,
their guests for Christmas, Mr. and CLE'VISTONFI..OfiIDA
W. Moore here.
visitor in Clewitson yesterday. BELLE GLADE PHONE 10
S : __ Mrs. W. H. Wilson, jr., and W.H.- I 1-. a. Box 521
.r. I Wrecker Service at All Hours
' '. Mr. and Mrs. Russell D. Whid- Mr. and Mrs. E. A. McKenzie and Wilson, sr., and Miss Maxene Wilson 7M

;. -don were visitors in Miami Christ- Mr. and Mrs. A. E. McKenzie and and Mrs. Julia Sauls of Lake ""' ,....... "" u.W"i..-

'. mas.,: their their homes families in' Miami.spent Christmas at City Winter and Mrs.Haven.C. R. Hollingsworthof t::..:..:..:..:..:..=..=..:-:,.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:.:..:.,

! Fred Puryear spent Christmas vis- ::: EVERGLADESFUNERAL ; :" :..:..:.:":'.:":":": : .:..:MNNN. :--:..:M.:: -
Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart, who.h. s :: y
:" friends and relatives in Sara- Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff spent
: been seriously ill with influenza for :: ::
) AW and Used
sots:!. Christmas Day in West Palm Beach :: ; *
several .days: was taken to the West : :
Duff's sister Mrs. Staf- -
with Mrs.
-. Phillip Gray went to Fort Pierceto ford Beach and family. Palm Beach Hospital by the Berry .if LT 0' I"f? :: :I!: FURNITUREBELLE :|i=
.spend Christmas at his home ambulance Tuesday evening. Her :t t: "L ",= : .
- condition is reported to be much im I
there. Miss Jane Harrington is spendingthe
Christmas holidays in Clewistonwith proved. Captain Lockhart, who has :!:: Licensed Funeral Directors ;:;:
been visiting in Hialeah, has also '
;S' E. B. Karlak, F. S.. Antrum and her father J.J., Harrington, been ill with influenza. I :: and Embalmers :;1:; I GLADE I

d D. H. Noonan spent the holidays in and her brother, Jimmy. X
Miami. I .;. Ambulance Servicei :!: :!: FURNITURE COMPANY, |:i_=
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Berry and lit- Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Herring are : y .
1J.: ; Jacqueline, visited Mr. spending the Christmas holidays in :=
tle daughter
Fr. I ;i; CLEWISTOX, PHONE 328 ::: :: Belle Glade Florida :%=
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Greene of Belle and Mrs. J.: C. Berry and other relatives Palm Beach with Mrs. Jane p. Baig- = i s

Glade were_ visiting in Clewiston in Pahokee Christmas.Mr. rie and Mrs. A. B. Hunt who are ...
I :: PAHOKEE, PHONE 2301 : Next Door To Theatre j *
-Sunday. wintering there. Thursday Mr: 'and Y
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Mrs. Herring and Mrs. Baigrie and i I .. .. .' .:. . . i.
Beder Nail spent Christmas in and Mrs. Albert Hill spent : :1.:.N.N"N.N.N.N.N.:..M.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.1:..1.N.N..N..::.:"
Christmas in Fort Myers with their Mrs. Hunt spent the day in Clewiston -
_ Lakeland with his mother Mrs. B. !

.\ N. Nail. parents Mr., Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.F. M.R.M.Hill.Archardand sugar, and house made and a to trip other through points the of 111.....IHN.. .. ......................................N11.. ..N11N111111IINMII. .."IHNIIN111.. . ....N.1IHNNNNNNNNNNNII. .. . . .. ....N..NNNti ....

: interest in the vicinity. y
Mrs.' W. C. PrewiV? is spending y ,_, 'I
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Scott of Ocala y
this week-end with her mother in
Fort Meade.' spent the holidays here with Mrs. Captain and Mrs. N. L. Hemen- y.. .t. :
Scott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles way of Blacksburg, Virginia, arrived
:- Roberts and Mr. and Mrs. Gratton Wednesday to spend a few days with :_i: We wish to thank our many friends and J
: Dan Padgett'and Herbert Spooner : ** :
George. Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff. Capt. : : >
" of Pahokee were visitors here Mon- Hemenway is commandent of cadets :| ji

:;: day evening.Mr. and Mrs. Richardson and professor of military tactics at i :: ; -
Lieutenant X: customers for a nice business during the :$: ,j
and Mrs. H. S. French and Selee spent a few days the first of V. M. I. He and Mrs. Hemenway arrived *.. .t.
in Florida the first of the I.. .. 'j
: family spent the holidays in Tampa the y.reek"at Boca Grande where they v: "
with relatives. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph week and spent two days with Mr.
Spadaro. and Mrs. Joseph, Spadaro at Boca *! past year and wish you :$ ,

,'. Miss Mignon' St. Martin was the Grande. ::: .::: ';

_. guest of friends in West Palm Beach Laddie Wallace son of Mr. and y : A ]7
during Christmas. Mrs. G. O. Wallace of Indiantown, DIGGES TO HOLD OPEN HOUSE

who is home for the holidays from !
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Miller spent Rollins College, visited friends here Mr. and Mrs. Edward William i r t appp: eweat .

f the holidays with relatives of Mrs. Thursday. Digges will be at home on New .
Miller:_ in Mayport. Years Day and invite their friendsto ::: :::

? ,' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robbins of call between the hours of 4 and 7. y .

S Mrs. Fred Moltz and son, Pete, Miami were Christmas guests of Mr.

.' came over from Lake Worth Satur- and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and fam- I I
day to visit Mr. Moltz. ily. Mr. Robbins is a brother of Mrs.

I) Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Worth of Beardsley.Miss CLEWISTON, WOOD ]I.1 I

01 West Palm Beach spent the week- Eunice Meredith, daughterof :: .
YARD G. Niblack B
.' end here with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Foster Meredith, ; J. Troy Puryear :$;
( who has been attending business J y_ ..ia'i'
-:: Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman' were school in Jacksonville. has returnedto Phone 336

guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gard- Clewiston.Mr. II I .y v.. .V..

: -:' ..ner in Miami this week. I :..:..:":":":":":":":..:..:":":":":":'.:":":":":.-:":..:":..:":' ":":":":":":..:":..:":fJ.":":":":":":":":..:..:..:..: :.

i I> and Mrs. W. S. Cowart and .:..
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i',' Miss Sue Maxwell of Pahokee is family are spending the Christmas
.K -' spending the holidays visiting- Mr. holidays with Mr. Cowart's motherat

JT. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart. the old family home in Cowart,

Virginia.Mrs. U
If-.. .L Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Southard and I ': .!. .t'
'. children are visiting relatives in Thomas B. Shelley and Mr. .:. .'. II- '..

?>_ Quincy for a' short vacation. and Mrs. C. F. Trainor and daughter :;: ::;: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment ::_:: ::

Y;.('.1 Barbara Ann, left Thursday for .. :.
( Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Hendry a few days visit: in Daytona Beach .'::.. .t..:f .'::.. .''.

fir: and children were guests of relativesin with relatives.Mrs. 'f :::: I .:.. ..t.:.
: ," in Fort Myers for the holidays. .'t. .t. .i.. .:.

t:...' R. H. House and sons, 'Jack ft.ft. ..t.:. .f.:. '.::..
fe:': Mr.,_ and Mrs. Melvin Pape and and Hershel, of Sarasota, are spend- I .y. .. ,
[j' son, Richard, of Pahokee, visited ing the holidays with Mrs. House's Z. .:. : ':.

'?.;:' friends in Clewiston Saturday. sister, Mrs. C. L. Downs and Mr. Xf fy : xX

< ,Aar. 'C.'
fe., Downs at the Inn a t
fc: Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Munroe and Xx
I: ,: visitors Mrs. Bennie Ryan and two sons,
Mr and Mrs. C. E. Nail were X.t. !
Beach of St. Paul, Minnesota, are visiting .. .. .
fJ In,West Palm Tuesday. .. :'
: : .'.
i\: -- Mr.: and Mrs. H. A. Bestor and fam- I
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to ': Mr..and Mrs. A. H. Davis and son, ily for a few weeks. Mrs. Ryan and

i -, Donald spent the Christmas holidays Mrs. Bestor are sisters.Mr. .:. X. I .f. .tf ',

.., at their old home in Lakeland.
y \
>..:. and Mrs. Barney Thomas hadas : '
their during the holidays, yY AA :
:: Miss Ulla Jacobsen left Monday guests Y A
';" evening for Tampa to visit her father Mr. Thomas' parents, Mr. and Mrs. ..' .t. ... ..t.vy *

: _': P.' M. Jacobsen, for a' few days. G. ,B. Thomas of Safety Harbor\ and .:. .t. I I .:.,.A ri
If, a brother, of Jacksonville.. .:. .t. .:.//.t.
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. .,.-.." Mr. and Mrs. Gayle McFadden are .t.l.i. ': b
Mrs. Wfllard F. Simpson and her I .' ..
:-:_" spending Christmas week in Jacksonville .'. .. : :
r -.', with Mr. McFadden's mother. mother, Mrs. Olin Carleton and her A Yv...
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mother-in-law Mis. Wallace B., .:.. .:. I .t' .:.
' ; ;;. : Simpson of Atlanta. spent Wednes- .t. .t. I .y. ,t.

\' -;'-0 E. H. Latham, sr., and Mr. and day and Thursday in Miami t .:. ..
1 ;': Mis. E'' H., Latham,_ jr., spent Christ- .t. .t. .:. .t;
"" mas in Palm Beach with La- Mrs. William Bradnack of Day- 5 .. .
W :' Mrs. .. .. :: 'i .;. 'I
tham. tona Beach arrived to spend Christ- ; : : .
'S :X:
} mas with her husband. Mr. and Mrs. I fi. .t. ; : AXX ::
r::.. occupied the Southard yy
Mr. and Mrs Clyde Egley spent
;::!;('i Christmas Day with Mrs. 'Egley's home while the Southards were ,;. .t. ..' ..
,;. sister, Mrs. T. W. Griffith, in Canal away. : y
: Point. ;I .i. .Y. .
r' Mrs. Charlie Christian and her .:. .!. y:

!".:, J. F. Curry is spending a two daughter. Mary Nell, of Punta Blan-
I i The Balance Like Renf : ::
"-. weeks Christmas vacation with his ca are spending the holidays with :: :: Pay .... ..
rf> mother in Key: West and on a visit Mr. Christian at their home here. .. .t.
(r- to friends In Jacksonville. I Mrs. Christian teaches!' at Punta :: :;: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES Q ::: *

Blanca. =:: ::: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :;: :;:
Mr. and Mrs. R C. Wilson were

guests of Mrs. Wilson's parents, Mr. Clewiston friends are: interestedin
and Mrs. L. R. Oliphant in Marietta, the announcement of the birth of U Clewiston Home Building Association IIs

pi Georgia. Mrs. L. R. Oliphant and a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. W. P. ,
Mrs. Montgomery returned to Clew Jernigan Jr., of Canal Point. The :: ::: y : d "+ .;.

iston ,with thcr,.' Wilsons. for a short baby arrived on December 18th apd ,s. .z. PHONE 102 : 't.

Visit "'0 has been. named Mary. Eleanor.. I _", ... .. .; ---'_..__ :..:,._ '....J .: ,..- __ '. _.-.,_ .-.t.7: r=,. r'

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Just House Dress That


OUR COMIC aLitt 1933 '

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:: THE FEATHERHEADS .JW: r nlo. A Concrete Reason

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,::' DENTIST 7"oDAY. uN HuN
AMP A PIE--. T s
| THE TROUBLETwo p ikC. r

NOT FOR MB / ,+ '
; 7 4 .' a A :ra 4 r'J
, negroes were boasting about o"o"
:i the merits of their respective motor
10 cars, both worn, shabby, old wrecks. -' ,,o
ly One of them said, "Deys )Ju one 3 voxfl

,. s \ ll'TAIN'T reason why Ah cain't run dls cah
o'mine 100 miles a houah." ,,v uo +
"An1 what's dat reason?" asked the 4'p ': a oG

!/ i other."Da distance is too long fo' de ,, s

shortness of de time," said the first I

Being Cute 'O\ I.

(... ,Jf Little John was busily watchingtwo d -O o -
f little girls sitting behind him In c o br. I.I

church. After the service a woman az. y I p
:.,"' who had noticed him and admiredhis 0 ido
'; ? l 1"H TOuR -= big blue eyes, said to him:
ftk WELL ( BISCIJITS "John. I think you are about as
ADVISED ME. I THOUGHT Too CRUSTS A RW cute as they grow, aren't you?" ;o-a l'-c
NOT To EAT MUCISWEET( BReAKING MY "Well, ''1 ain't as cute as the two o'' pob}
little who behind lit- o
girls wen me, ,1
HOSE 1 /R STLlFF WAS MOl.ARSl tle John replied. o .

-re E": H Had Heard About That
eeIlI Little Johnny, aged seven, had : to"r
been taken to the /oo. lie stood be-
( fore the leopard's cage for a few x0 ioPo''o
minutes staring Intently. Then, turning
; 'to his mother, he asked: "Mother -
Is that the dotted lion that every-
one wants dad to sign on?"
I dlcfl 1933( I IW.:0

Unreasonable 'i
e : _. .. %...,., ?.. ,.,.. ...
Hank-Had your telephone removed OVU' o'<<'.A. >GMJ<;"' ":v"""" ""'
Hi? I
t tT If you ever have to be carefUl
Hi-Yes-th' fools said I couldn'tcuss
about choosing slenderizing lines in
over it! How could I tell Josh
the clothes you wear, then you always -
\7Mttrn N.wp p.r Union Medders] his cows was in my corn have to be careful. Never

ijt '" .. without cussin'-Lorain Journal and choose a thing that isn't becoming.
,) Times-Union. Select a house dress like this! You
T(: FINNEY OF THE FORCE Cold and Hot Running Copper will agree that it: is attractive and
it does very nice things for the
n figure of its wearer. That pointed
COOL THESE: NOK3HTS-WISHT ifJ TH' NExi-.(PUFF) (PUFF) front closing is much more slim

t t s 21 WUZ DOf 4' SQMETHIM'I -:12.;: -BLOCKPip) -- SCREAM 1 i'c mer looking than a straight one,
I the paneled skirt is excellent and
: AR.MWHUTS: TAT ) -OFF_ the neat flat sleeves, whether you

.:-. SOUNDS LOIKE A PUFF/ have them long or short, are exactly
ff- rIght for you. The scallops, with
s-. .. o it+n+u their smart pretense of buttoning
\ down, make them very chic. Nice ina
gay cotton print

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Hubby"':'I know better than
HUNS! SJCH\ A anyone else-and I can't: solve you.
OPEN=- THE I PEA'I!' SUCH \ -_ VJAX- 'ACT AFTHER Redoubled Effort

AN INSULTII Cx MAKIM'I ME RUM "What do you think has been the "I just congratulated Doctor Brownon
result of cutting the value of the marrying one patients,
(PI1FF01"THOUGHT HERE: AM' 3lT' ALL dollar in half?" he seemed quite annoyed."
OVER HEATED has "That isn't Doctor Brown, you
-- !I "It stimulated our energies,
idiot. That's Doctor Smith, thelunacy1
answered Senator Sorghum. "Every-
body seems to feel that he'll have to expert.-Vancouver Province.

hustle twice as hard to get the old
results." Sporting: Suspense
"Is the election over in Crimson
Q / SomethingVrong "Not yet," answered Cactus Joe.
cEIV Guest-Do you operate a bus be-
"A lot of the boys am still bettin' on
tween the hotel and the railroad station -
how many votes there will be In the
: TE- ballot boxes after a recount"
= Manager of Ritzy Hotel-No, sir!
r Guest-That's strange. All my
The Old
friends said you would get me com f
ing and going. "They say every Jack has his Jill." \ '
"Yes, but I bet some of them would .
.', O"WMUrn N.w p p.rUnion
,;. Safety First rather make n pint.-Philadelphia

Gardener-Is this your ball In the Evening Bulletin.

Papa Provides WRONG NUMBER I The Home Market .garden here?
:. Lover (eloping with his adored)- Poet-Ah yes, things are better with Boy-Are there any windows Acting Upon the Word
1- How much Is the fare me. My verses are being read by twiceas broken? Mistress-Did you put my evening
: Taxi Driver-That's all right, sir. many people as last year. Gardener-No, sonny. frock in soak: as I told you? ...
The, young lady's father settled alls Friend-What! You are married Boy-Oh, that'll be my ball, then. "Yes, mum, but I could only get
that!Pearson's Weekly. and never told me? -Pearson's Weekly. $2 on It!"-Pearson's Weekly.
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1r'F Interested Party There's a Reason Painting Collector How She Took It

-} Diner-Why does that dog sit here Mrs. Brown-Oh, Bobby, your pantsare "I am told that you have paid$50- Husband-It is a strange thing, but .
;-- and watch me as I eat? torn behind! 000 for a painting." true, that the bIggest fools have the .

Walter-Yon hare the plate he usually Bobby-They are? Gee. I wondered "Yes," answered Mr. Dustin Star most beautiful wives. :"-.,
eats from, sir.WATCH. r why I was ettin' so cold. "The make-up of a stage beauty has Wife (pleased)-Oh, what a flat- ..
"Women are said to be the spice of cost me even more than that" terer you are, darlingiTtffT111 -
"You can't depend upon the labels; 1 .
figured on getting cinnamon, but I got

-' .v pepper." :;'= =

hit. He Ought to Know
First Oldtimer-Do you remember

I I lf1 l li IfI i in wasplike when a girl waist was proud of having a 44t

Second Oldtimer ought to remember '
It-that's when I got stung.

Losing Sleep I !

"Are you losing any sleep over the I
political situation?" "I know he's honest." .:
Rabbit-1 guess a kabblt Is, "I "What think ?"
trap am, answered Farmer CorntosseL makes you so R; ..
like Wall street It won't hurt you If "I sit up till way past bed time "He's always willing give his note
you stay out of It listening for speeches? on the radio. for any money that he borrows." f<

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Shall Uncle Sam Go Into Railroad Business? Not Easy to Define "Riches"Only

In a safe condition do not deserve to be
acquired by the government for reasons
legislation of some
h\ of which do not applyto
is certain to de- Individual Can Decide the Amount of Heor
:c attention at the ;::J them, contending that the proper
r.: course Is for the government to aid She Would Consider
regular session of congress, it Requisite to Give
W''it3L those roads which are in a shaky state.
Is generally agreed by those In the
know In the Nation's Capital. Just :'; ty ?' y ,,. Upturn Would Help.It Feeling of Contentment

what proportions It will assume is a h i 9R Is agreed that in the cases of many

.': ,matter that has caused perhaps too of the roads a general upturn In traffic

s-;: much concern on the part of the railroads a T C Js ; $\4. XyiJ ,a. would be the most Important factor in What it means to be rich, Is some- them. They do not realize that
,, themselves, perhaps too little on the restoration of railway health. This thing that it Is worth while to con- money and happiness belong to two

the part of the more or less apathetic P1ti would have to be about 50 per cent sider. How much money would con- totally different realms. Money Is a

:' general] public.Government. above the 1933 level, but could be 15 stitute riches to you? How would physical thing as distinguished from

::r.,' ownership of.the rail to 20 per cent below the level of the you know when you were rich? What happiness which Is mental and spi-

.-;:: Barriers Is the bugaboo-or the salva : period from 1925 to 1929, an increase !are the signs and earmarks of ritual.

,;;, .' tion-that 'feared by the private interests iw c'v that does not seem probable in the Immediate riches that would be distinguishable] The amount of money which would

;,:<" who have developed and operated future, at least. by others? Would you be rich if comprise riches to some persons signIfies -

':, ', the roads' or endorsedly] anticipated Other than those which must be com riches were constituted In money I penury to others. Men have

i, by the proponents and champions x pletely reorganized, the roads which only? To what extent are you rich? committed suicide because they lost

, of the New Deal administration need assistance may be said to fall Into Or are you absolutely impoverished? fortunes although there still remained -

-' whIch has already] entered several three groups. The first of these includes Have you no cherished possessionsfrom what would be riches to one

' 'It; fields of business in one way or an- those which meet fixed charges which :you could not be parted unaccustomed to the former prodigality -

'f: '- :. uther. Whether or not governmentOwnership fairly well, but whose bond maturities without feeling the poorer by the absence. of money. With still enough

-;.;... or operation, or both will are pretty troublesome; and whose Reconstruction : them? From the kind of remaining on whk-li: to live and care

J ;.: have any part in the legislation being Finance corporation loans questions It is readily dIscernible for a family, which would be'richea

.: drafted for submission, is not known. and other loans and bills payable are that the word riches Is many sided. to some, these men feel crushed by

I. ;':;:, No information has been given out as substantial in amount Reconstruction Have you ever consulted a dictionary poverty. No one need feel he does

2' / to outcome, If any, of tIre recent conference Finance corporation loan extensions or, better still, Roget's thesaurus not have monetary riches who has
:- between the federal co-ordina- and a little assistance In meeting which is a treasurehousebook enough to supply normal needs of

,'fi '? %f of railroads, Joseph B. Eastman, Joseph B. Eastman. other debts will lift these roads out. of words and meanings, and himself and those (dependent upon

if,': and President Roosevelt They will need about $52,000,000 worthof been amazed at the many meaningsone him.One

.. -; The co-ordlnator's views may be cons assistance in. the next year, and word can have? Try it, If you way to realize that you are

l?y_. tamed, however. In this excerpt from about'$10,000,000 in the'four years fol haven't. It's Interesting and decid- on the borderland of riches, at least,
Mr. Eastman's letter to the InterstateCommerce' lowing. >dly instructive. Look up the word I is to have others come to you for aid.

r commission early In 1934 : The second group also does tolerably riches, for Instance, and note what It I Perhaps it may be trifling sums you i

s. "Theoretically and logically public says. feel privileged to give, but if you can ,

.,. To be rich does not mean to have give anything from a surplus, that la
f{A.: :'; >verythlng one wants. There is always an earmarK monetary riches. And ':

; the unattainable. You will remember so we can go through the list of

1:' the 'little boy whose parents questions In the opening paragraph :;

could deny him nothing. He was and find out whether we are rich : I

rich in the sense' of having every- and in what. i!

f,>:'. thing provided for him that money Bell Syndlcate.-WNU Service.. .
; could buy. But when he demandedthe

moon, he suddenly felt poor. He J

couldn't have his every wish grati- 9

fied. The parents felt poor. They 1I77ff'flNE

.. could not give their spoiled son J
everything he wanted. No thinking

', 1 person would expect to get the actual ';1
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moon. Its beauty and radiance must j

; : ?: suffice. But there are some persons FOR 1
.): ;1 who look upon money as the mediumby 1i

; which they can get other things :i

.... ... ._- Just as unreasonable. They believe ;,r
happiness depends on money. It r '-It

must, therefore, be able to get it for A Few Drops Every a t

Night and Morning 'j:

Will Promote Clean y
Mongrel Always Hero --I

There was ,a good dog story from Healthy Condition ;.-",s

Halifax, Nova Scotia, recently. A ,
1 At All Drug StoresWriteMurineCo.Dpt.WChicagoforFreeBoo )
settler broke a leg in a blizzard and

1! was freezing to death. He was dis- <. ;1
:overed by a faithful dog. The dog

- f ''? tore off to the nearest cabin and Driven Into the Open -
Y irked for help. The story was complete -
;>.:i. Hard times rub away the veneer ;
in classic detail. :
." every of false friendship.
':' The Inmates of the cabin at first .iCDAPP

,:.t k'.,i>/' $,,,4r I 'S.ia' refused to pay attention to the dog, ,1
I'. !;, n'C/ '',/ so the dog kept barking until they derided -'

; ( to go into the storm to see I
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what was the matter. Result: Man
Saved by Dog. =,
/I;:t. Railroad Chiefs in Conference. Left to Right: P. E. Crowley, 'New York Central l; J. J. Bernet, C. & 0.; Daniel Willard, The nicest touch about the little D
B. & 0. W.W. Pennsylvania.
; Atterbury,
:.,' story was that the correspondent did ;
not fail to state that the hero dog )
ownership and operation meets the and Including 1940 is estimated at $2,- well with fixed charges, and would be I
was a mongrel Judging by stories,
known Ills of the present situation 614,85'>,801, but sdme of the roads are secure enough with a moderate up I
both fact and fiction, it IS not permitted ]
( better than any other remedy. Public In a favorable position to pull through swing in. business. Maturing; obligations
for blooded to be heroes.
; .. regulation of a privately owned and the situation in good shape. Railway are tough ; loans and bills payable To quicklyrelieve j i
: operated Industry, reaching deeply Into executives contend that to classify the and Reconstruction Finance corporation Philadelphia Ledger. III chapping, roughness. :
cracking,apply soothing,
such matters as rates service, capitalization railroad industry In general therefore, loans are heavy.: Unless thereis coolin -illentholatum.
;' accounting extensions and as unable to take care of capital obligations a sharp and sudden Improvement In Always Being Lifted

,.4,.. ? abandonments, mergers and consolidation and provide for future exten business they will need about $68,000- "So she's had her face lifted?" P J JSecond

;!,.,.:;. is a hybrid arrangement. When sions and Improvements is unsound. 000 In 1933 and another $35,000,000 from "Yes", she's always up to something -

.; an industry becomes so public in. character Heavily in Debt. 1036 to 1940.Included .

i:2':.., that such intimate regulation off in the third group are the
Mr. Eastman, himself said In
f<:i-!; its affairs becomes necessary. In strict roads that are dangling on'the ragged
other part of his report to the Inter- t
:' ;.-' I.J logic it would seem that it shouldcease state Commerce commission : "There Is edge. Their earnings are poor; they How Calotabs Help Nature

I to masquerade as a private industry need new business and they need It
no thing as aggregate railroad
/f and'the government should as- badly. All of their Indebtedness Is
credit. The supplies of capital must I
To Throw Off Bad Cold
: sume complete responsibility, financial a
.. be obtained by individual railroads, very heavy, and are near maturities
.1' and otherwise. I Incline to the threatening size. With their
r"f.: belief that such ownership and operation each on its own credit. There are Millions have found in Calotabs a Calotabs are diuretic to the
wide variations in these individual sit cash position poor'from all angles, they most valuable aid in the treatmentof kidneys, promoting the elimination
' '; will be the ultimate solution of
;4'' ..; uations. Many railroads are capi. i will need $75,000,000 before the close colds. They take one or two tab- of cold poisons from the blood. Thus
..:,.. the railroad problem. talized very conservatively, but many I of 1935, and another $27,000,000 between lets the first night and repeat the Calotabs serve the double purpose of
; "However, If and when that time 1936; and 1040. third or fifth night if needed. a purgative and diuretic both of
;\., arrives, the impelling motive will probably are over-capitalized, whatever test maybe How do Calotabs help Nature which are needed in. the treatmentof .I
i9 c"< not be logic: or theory, but the applied. It is essential' to keep The total assistance needed for all throw off a cold? First, Calotabs are colds.
these variations In mind in any consideration three groups is $195,000,000 Immediately one of the most thorough and dependable Calotabs are quite economical; .
: practical one that private enterprise of all intestinal eliminants, only twenty-five cents for the family :
of railroad credit. At present and $72,000,000 additional In the following .:
_ < : and capital will not be able to carry thus cleansing the Intestinal tract of package, ten cents for the trial ,
few railroads would' be able to four or Besides this
years. ,
fir on successfully. the germ-laden mucus and toxins package. (Adv.)
.j ,place a new Issue of securities In the some assistance might be given to the
.;., ',,' Uncle Sam, Railroader. private market on anything like a satisfactory roads in ,the receivership class. I

ku 'f' "- There are really only three or four basis." Besides capital assistance, the railroads Hands Would Swell Mouth Clear PLATES
?:; ':, reasons why governments in the past The problem as It stands now Is that maintain that federal legislative 3*''" .

t. .}:;' have taken over the railroads of their of each railway to refund that part of policies protecting them from competition and Crack withEczema o By Mail ri

4;1 .' respective nations :' To maintain solvency the total which constitutes Its own lI- and unfair taxation are necessary. 1: '

i';L.t+ :. and meet financial obligationswhen ability. It becomes apparent that some Even If the government should take RoofTesi! 15.00

'P:" the private companies seem unable railways will have to be,aided In some over the roads It is still not certain t ;; '' c. Full $10.00 '
IIp-' : '_ or unwilling to do so ; to ,Insure manner by the government During, that it could finance them more cheaply "

'./tj, .. transportation: without discrimination the period from 1023 to '1929, inclusive, I than private'capital. It would have to Healed by Cuff cura You take your own impression

:::.: :': in rates or service ; to make certain only S per cent of the operated railway I I pay for the roads, of course, and the in plaster the same as a -

:5" ;,'; that employees are paid decent, living mileage of the country failed to meet reproduction cost of the railways is dentist does. "
rft: facilitate fixed charges on indebtedness, but In estimated by the Interstate Commerce "Eczema started on my hands In Send 52.00 for "Impression Bite Sox" :
: 1932 approximately: 74 per cent were commission at blisters and then spread to my face.
{t' military\ plans operations. nearly $21,000,000,000. 1
Money returned if are not
f':l 'Y' Advocates of government. ownership unable to meet them.; The figure, Improved There are plenty of foreign govern My hands would itch and I would satisfied when you you examine it. __
somewhat about 61 rub them and they would get, inflamed -
:ar: :. {::, .. contend that the government can per cent. ment-owned railways to be cited In considering -
'. finance railway operation much more for 1933, but little or no improvementis the entrance of the United and burn terribly. They would /'ADAMI DlSNTiIIT'S '1

;: ;; '. cheaply: than the private companies looked for: for J IIX'M.! : States ,Into the railroad business. pain and crack open and would swell 219 Shoreland Bldg.,Miami,Flay .

,; ', j.: can, because government bonds command There are some CU.JUO miles of lIne- Whether they can be compared fairly i intil my hands were almost twice Reference: First National Dank, Miami -:
: their size. I could not sleep."I .
: ",. a lower Interest rate, and their about one-fourth of the totalwhichhave with an American venture of the kind
;::'" federal backing makes them attractive met fixed charges with a comfort- Is doubtfuL Unfortunately, the most saw an advertisement for Cuti-
and sent
cura Soap .ml Ointment
I : : :' investment; because the government able margin to spare and another 26- comparable and the closest, the Cana-
'. for a free sample. The first application -
j..,..., could meet Income deficits\ out of general 000 miles which enjoy a' fairly secure dian National railways, Is also one of HAIR BEAUTY SECRETS
Ilowever..41 was soothing so I bought How to keep youthful color and lustre of hair-tiow
in that respect.
: position ,- "
I ] appropriations during periods 'the "horrible
examples. Its -
aggregate :nore r d after using two cakes of to restore QUAY HA1K Hltbout r r- when depression would ordinarily 000 miles, or about one-sixth'ot'the total deficit for nine ending In Lalrproperly-how to got rid o f and prevent danorulT >
years Outicura Soap and three boxes of ,falling lielr,dry scalp,bow to mako your own
the roads with bankruptcy are [ID receivership and! will, certainly 1931 was $1,112,000,000, not counting ehampoos-how to marcel kinky hair-bow touso I
Cuticura Ointment I was henna-tbeso arc only few of the lea secrets told
I .I
; and receivership and because the vanished need complete (financial reorgan- $456,000,000 taken out of capital-not 22 In this new amazing,fearless book. It tells the '
necessity to produce profit ization, with scaling. down of debts. earnings-for improvements and exten- (Signed) Mrs. Wm. Tworney, wbolo TKUTU and how YOU can benefit by tlio kit-
i'threaten Brookside Ave, Jamaica. Plain, Mass cat scientific]knowledge Inexpensively: ft t hornetYorthltawolghtln
coupled with the economies of consolidation There are another 55KX3 miles whose sions. If it had expended all that parliament gold.81vo mOlley,\'oYOIJ b .lr.
of all lines and equipment, only hope of crowding Into the safety authorized it In 1930, the Canadian Soap Uoc. Ointment 25c:: and 50c. Send no money pay postman only $1.00

would effect savings in operation. zone Is a rapid and hearty pickup In National railways would have eaten 'aicam 25c. Sold everywhere. Pro- LAIR BEAUTY INSTITUTE
The Indebtedness: of the railroad business. up seven-eighths of the tax receipts, I' nrtetors : Potter Drug & Chemical' 331 Fourth Aienue. New York City ti: Y.
'lorp., Malden, Mass.-Adv. .
which matures during: the period? up to The roads of course,. feel that thoseI T;'Astern fJWB paper Unll>u'c' I'


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THE COM.AITJNITY CHURCH "Everything that we do with intent lxx>rrxxxxxxrxxxxxxxxxrxxxaDEEP
Store Clerk Killed On a stimulus to recovery.PresidentRoosevelt.
to increase the security of the ROCK WATER
December .
Sunday, 30th, 1931 individual will, I am co.nficlent. be
Street Here ThursdayContinued : Rev. D. Jenkins Williams, Minister Five Gallons, 25c

!9:45 a. in. Sunday School, Classesfor Delivered in Clewiston Tuesdays and
( from page 1)a ) all ages.' YOUR HOME IS YOUR CASTLE Fridays. Leave order at B & B.store.
10:45: p. m. Junior Church. 20 Admit clean,
only constructive news by reading Your business appreciated.
Job with the sugar company hereTic minutes service.
has been employed practically all 6:30 p. m. The Pioneers, Miss Lock- Tim CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR G. P. Barrow ->
of the time since in Clewiston but hart Supt. A Daily Newspaper for the home
It gives all the constructive: world news but does not exploit crime and 4xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxURMUxb aA. -
few months in the ells-Roy--
only a 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship scmdd.:: Has interesting feature pages for .U the family on Womeft'

nered al store.and He had was a quiet large and circle well-man of Theme Church.:""What I Think of -the Activities the Children, Homemaking and Young Folks.Gardens: Vigorous Education: editorials and and Book.an interpretation Also pages for of .....N.N.N..N.N.N..N.N..N.N.N.N.................................-:,-...
news in the "Macb of the Nations" Column are of special interest to men, a.
friends here.Funeral You are cordially welcome. to at- --------- ---------- .
services were hald at the tend these services. The One.Chrhtlan D'orway Ec'enee Street. na u ton. MaAaehuseUaPlcase I
family home in Moore Haven this enter 1n1 8uborlpUon to The Christian ScIence Monitor for G
period of Good FarmLand
morning at 11:00 with the Rev. J. T.. "Work .relief is harder to provide One year sa.oo. Three months $2.25 .
Siz months .W one month 150

church Coulliette there, pastor officiating.-of the Intermentwas Methodist h.han an outright dole and will re- Name................................................N.......... N..N..
quire more careful planning but its ,
in the Ortoua cemetery immediately benefits will more than repay the street.............................. ..1..1..1..1..1.1..11.N..N......N....

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The Everglades Funeral Home zette. Sample Copy on Request .
prepared the body for burial. A A A A A A A A A A A A for Rent

Farmers should get in touch with
DIIEDGE FOREMAN: ILAS Florida farm debt adjustment offi- ;..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:';.':..:.::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:":":": ;'
TERRIFYING EXPERIENCE: cials before they allow foreclosureon

their farm. _, '
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r Sugar land. i II
twenty feet beneath the surface.
Had he gone underground a ,few
minutes later, the tons of rock which .

',' would subsequently doubtless fell have into crushed the'stream. him Ends a (@RdSOON.ER Service Station :z TrespassersWill I

beyond any chance of rescue. i xjij Be
The dragline was moved forward
to close the gap into the rim canal ProsecutedThe

pumped and the dry whole'revealing excavation the has tremendous been-. jij Sales (f8 Servi e I \

gorge into which Mr. Jones fell :i.
and through which he was carried y \

'1 in tored miraculous to the surface manner. unharmed to be re- :: COMPLETE AUTO REPAIR SERVICE :i: '
within a few minutes. ..
.. Greasing Washing Polishing 4:
: Mr. Jones .spent the holidays at : -:- -:-
his home in Miami and. returned to :: :=
his work as powder foreman at the A trial will convince you that our Repair Department i ..

same. location Wednesday morning. :*i: is among the best. 4:: ClewistonCompany
Many interested visitors have
gone up to-the levee location to. view Glenn Etherton, Prop. .A'i' ;:
the place where the miraculous happening y
occurred. Since the locationhas :_!: Sugarland Highway Clewiston :z:

be easily been reconstructed.pumped dry the scene' can 1 1 :y::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:,:..:..:,.:.: :..: :..:..:..:,.:..::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:.+::: ...y....11..N.N.N.N.N..N..N..N......N..N..N..M..N..N..N..N..N..N..NS. ..r.I!-


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