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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 4, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
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I VOLUME 8, NUMBER 51 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1933 SUBSCRIPTION. $2.00 A YEAR



I II NEW LOCK BOXES Buy Auto Tags Here VACATION FOR I Hilarious New Year I YOUTH STRUCK'BY ,t


Thursday and FridayF. I Celebrated in Clewiston .q

ARE INSTALLED SCHOOL I SPEEDING CAR IS y

Clewiston gave a rousing welcome
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j IN POSTOFFICEThe A. Dougherty, Hendry county "to the Infant 1935 when he made '
j tax collector, wishes the Clewiston ENDS 1 dis debut Monday night to be BELIEF OF JURY >
News to announce that he will be in
greeted by noisemakers at celebrations -
Clewiston next Thursday and I
Clewiston Post Office faces Friday in all parts of the city.
nights with automobile license Classes will be I j
platesfor
the New Year with a new set of Clewiston I Automobile hufrnt;}, firecrackers, Two eye-witnesses to the death of
1935 and Clewiston residents High School j
lock boxes, and other equipment and ;'i and occasional pistol'shots announced Carl Varnadoe have definitely estab- -J
morning
who find it inconvenient to January 8th,
r arrangement that should faciliate make ten the big moment when the New lished the fact that he was killed :.
'. the trip to LaBelle for their plates day vacation for i" -
the work of clerks and prove a idays. Year became a reality. Everyone by a hit and run driver as he walk .:
may secure them from him at that '.
convenience. to patrons.A The vacation joined in the,, celebration when the ed along the highway in Clewiston
period is
group of lock boxes, with keys, time.Mr. I the all big mill whistle at the Sugar Houseof on the morning of December 27th. ....
same
Dougherty will be at Alston's over the
have been received and 435 of them the United States Sugar' Corporation Carl's body was found beside the
Drug Store with application blanks I announcement was to the
have been installed. These boxes led the blast of welcome. street with a fractured skull caused \
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the
were formerly in use at the Miami and all requsite-' supplies 'for those I I I on University would I There were many parties at var- by a terrific blow from what appeared ,
January second
but
wishing to apply for their 35 tags. ,
Post Office. All Clewiston boxes in ment ious homes throughout the town and to be a blunt instrument.
Mr. Dougherty also was corrected.The .
i use previously were of the, combina- came over I Clewiston other celebrants who did not confine The coroner's jury deliberated aft- _
this week, but did not make his school y
tion type. the themselves to any one location, er an examination of the, body and .
plans sufficiently early for them to new year with more
The general delivery; window has but withal it was a merry celebra- the scene of the tragedy and then
semester
be announced, and there are doubtless complete. The
been moved to the side entrance Instead made tion, and the night passed without adjourned without returning a verdict
many who will be glad to learn a particularly fine
of immediately in front of the serious accident to mar it, and with- pending further investigation.
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that they may obtain their tags here past few months. The
entrance, and will relieve a conges- next week. been slightly higher than out the necessity for police Interference Two negro laborers have reported to

tion of patrons waiting for service the of local officers that they were riding
percentage
: L- -.. ; nearby on their to work in
at this much-used window. I and there has been no way; a
A steel flag-pole has been instal-.I 100,000. Gallons of Gas the operation of classes. I Reclamation ProponentsTo truck belonging to the United States
led to replace the old wooden one During the Christmas Sugar Corporation and saw att auto.

which fell two months ago and Old' Used In Hendry CountyHendry rangements are being Meet in Belle Glade mobile travelling east on the highway .

-'J Glory is now flying from 'its accustomed the Installation of light at a terrific rate of speed strike

e place daily. The building received flood lights for the the young man and speed on without

a new coat of paint in December county users consumed ball stopping. -
court. Prof.
: Stanley All persons interested in the
and completely renovated almost 100,000 gallons of gasoline Constable Ed
was Butler
the basketball teams this movement to Interest the federal and Justiceof
inside.Postmaster. during the month of November, an planned the installation of government in reclamation of the the Peace G. H. Small have each

A. W\\ Lawrence and unusually large amount for a coun- December. The work is Everglades have been invited to at- offered a cash reward of $50 for in.
his assistants have been busy ty of its size according to figures formation leading
very vised by Assistant tend a meeting called by the Belle to the arrest and
-I for the past few days, assigning new I released this week in the monthly Herring during the I Glade Merchants' asoscjatlon for 8 conviction of the party causing the'

boxes to patrons, and distributingkeys : report of the Inspection Bureau of and it is expected that o'clock p. m., January 7>, in the death of Carl Varnadoe.. The theoryof
for them. the department of agriculture.The a hit-and-run driver has been
for accepted
ready night playing American Legion hall there.A .
exact gallonage was 99,798 as true and officers are
large attendance Is expected

Airport Proponents .of gasoline; the kerosene consump- ................ .................................................. from points on the lower East Coast working along those lines in their
tion
was. 11,635 gallons. The bureau f. effort to bring the
.. guilty party to
and in the Everglades.The .
includes in its report only that on :} justice. The
believed the
negroes
Continue Activity I object of the meeting Is to
: which the state inspection fee is TOO LATE |:_: determine what the Glades commu- car to be a Ford V-S coupe.

.. paid, and.therefore no gasoline or The belief that the tragedy wasa
: nities can do to help further the
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Arcadia, Jan. 3. 1935-(FNS)- kerosene purchased by the U. S. ; : reclamation movement, that was in- highway accident is further sub
Proponents of the "AirbaseforArcadia" government agencies is included in T! stantiated by the fact that the shoes
stituted 'in Fort Lauderdale several
:: ;
continue to be active in their the report. :: weeks I which the unfortunate youth wore
ago.IAlcoh I
efforts to' secure a state-wide en- Hendry county also purchased 245 X at the, time of the accident showed

dorsement for the reopening of the ton: of fertilizer during November.T. s; BY signs of being twisted against the

federal owned air fields located in : RUSSELL =f:; Tax Unit rough slag pavement of the high

this section, which were used by the. B. Shelley InstalledAs y way. The soles were freshly marked -,

federal government during the I .y!. '. I In Palm Beach by the pavement, and it appearedthat
World War Comprising a site ap- Kiwanis Head **- .;-.*- *- *****.:.******.:.* the youth, while standing up.,

:; '. proximately seventy miles long and 1935 is now here. right, had been struck by some force

thirty miles_ wide, at any point of with 52 ,brand new The federal government is tak- suddenly and swiftly' enough to spin

which a plane can make a landingand Thomas B. Shelley, recently elect- week artists to start I steps to increase the collectionof him around ,in his tracks before he

take off again, this federal air ed, was installed as president of the I: think we had more, liquor licenses In the state by fell to the street.

ba'se affords the greatest natural Kiwanis club at their meeting Wed- last year than ever before cutting down the sale of untaxed The tragedy cast a gloom over the

landing field in the state. nesday evening at the Watanabe Hotel new year promises to be and has established in West community, and has aroused interestin

The federal government recently ; The other new officers were Dr.J. I I 'see where Governor 8)I Beach a, branch of the Alcohol the efforts of officials to curb

'ff ;../ announced an expansion program W. Ezelle, vice president and A.W. designated the last week Unit of the Internal Revenue reckless driving and to reduce high

for air 'units and Florida has every Lawrence, secretary and treas as Citrus Week or Orange for supervision over sever- way accidents.The .

reason to believe that one of the new Week or somethin' but the : counties including Hendry. coroner's jury returned the

units may be established in the stateif urer.Dr.. J. A. Kinnman, professor at iod is also set aside as G. J. Wirnbush and H. McCormick :' following verdict Tuesday: "Carl

a united appeal for recognition of Martin College in Pulaski, Tenn., Sal Hapatica Week, the agents now in West Palm Varnadoe came to his death by being -

Florida as a location is presented to and world wide traveler and explor Flyaklte'eek dad and in charge of the office, hit by an automobile on state t

the Florida congressional delegation, er was the guest speaker. Dr." Kin- Week.If it is understood that others will highway No. 25 to the best of our
added to the staff there suffici- ,knowledge and belief-Dan Allen
,
the War Department, national con- naman gave an interesting and en- I had my, way I'd get I
gress and all who may hat a voicein lightening talk on the land from I to officially designate' an to cover the territory under its foreman; H. J. Oglesby, Sam Blount,

the selection of locations. whence came the Queen of Sheba, can Pain-In-the-neck Week thoroughly. R. L. Guthrie, J. D. Duke, Francis

It is not the aim of- the Arcadia which was enthusiastically"received which all of us who are Hendry, Palm Beach, Glades, St.. Stokes."

airbase proponents' take from any by the members and their wives and I this nutty week business and Broward counties will be

other Florida city an air unit now other guests. ly celebrate. by men from, the West Home Owners AdvisedTo

.. in operation, nor do they oppose any Members and their ,wives attending Beach office.
Recently a lady in
young The establishment of the office
other city's claims, but hopes to secure -
were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. who Claim ExemptionTallahassee
feels the
same way I
of the inten-
government's
for the state the recognitiondue part
Shelley, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Law- the
matter sat down to
campaign to curtail the con-
it from the federal government, rence, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mr. and typewriter and produced Fla., Jan. "3-FNS( )

based on actual past experience, geo- Mrs. G. C. Poole, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. piece entitled "Just of untaxed liquor'dealers liquors. who ,-Comptroller J. M. Lee advises all
Legitimate ,
graphical location, topography, cli-
.
Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Mun- it homestead who claim tax ex
below and see if you do owners ?
matic and air conditions, transportation roe, Mr., and Mrs. H. R. Hall, Miss with me in pronouncing it be_ cooperating only stamped with: goods the, are Alcohol'said I emption under the recently ratified
facilities and other requirements
Marion Leydlg. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. the archives of American constitutional amendment to make
Unit in an effort to eliminate
: that such an institution may de- Maxwell, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Nail, returns to the county tax assessors
sell
cheaters who able to
are
. mand. D. G. Alston, Father F. J. Finneganand and properly establish their owner-
,, Approximately 100 chambers of E. E. Kelly. Just Weeks lower prices by evading payment ships. If proper returns are not

commerce; county boards, city coun- Other guests were Mr. and Mrs.B. We've drug week, and the license tax. made the tax assessor Is authorized

cils, clubs and other civic bodies E. Herring, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. A week for Education by law to place the full cash value

throughout the state. as well as Ward, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. MacDonald Dress Up Week, Art Is GrantedOn assessment against the property.

'4'i many influential private citizens Mr; and Mrs. I. M. Pafford and A week for conservation.. I Uniform applications for the ex>

.F have given their support to the Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Williams. We've Garden Week Storm Chart: emption will be furnished to all tax

movement. The project has the en- Week assessors early in January and will
"dorsement and support of Senator A week when all must -- without
Golfers Plan Return ; be available to home owners -
Fletcher, Congressmen Sears and 1 Merchants' Week, Safety ; R.. B. McIlroy, co-inventor of the charge.

.. J .Peterson. Match With Ft. Myers: Even Week to Pray. B. Storm Chart with L. E. Baker The amendment ratified in the
We've Boys' Week Moore Haven, received Thursday 1934: general election provided for
'MRS. DUFF ENTERTAINS Week Washington the patent for the tax exemption for homesteads up

FOR MISS HARRINGTON Joe Masters, professional at the Another Week for The patent applied for in to a valuation of $5000 where titleto

local golf course, requests all golf- Improve the dingy nooks.i 1933 was issued Christ the property is held by a resident

J ,- Miss, Jane Harrington, who spent ers who are interested in playinga i We have a week for Day and mailed to Mr. McIlroy and citizen of the state of Florida.

-, 'the Christmas holidays in Clewistonwith return match with Fort Myers in A week to dress in cotton; The exemption becomes effective

her father, J. J. Harrington, the latter city, to register with him In fact there's not a The patent resembles very much a with the 1935 tax year. Tax assess-

. : ", was entertained Thursday afternoon at the golf club house. These Weekers have diploma with the front cov- ments for 1935 will start January 1

..' with a bridge party at which Mrs. Mr. Masters expects the match to As each is for some w with seals and ribbons. On the and will be completed by April 1.

'.',.' F. Deane Duff was hostess.:! be held in Fort Myers on January Each one I try to keep, pages of the pamphlet are con-

-Thfee: tables of contract were en- 13th, but will announce the definite But Oh, I'd like plans and specifications for WILLIAM EDWARD EVERETT

'joyed by the guests. Mrs. F. M. date next week. The Fort Myers pause construction of the chart, a pic-

Wright was winner of first prize and team played here early In Decemberand For just one Weekless of the completed chart and the I William Edward Everett, 60, died

'' ,'. was presented with a small clock, a tentative date was set at that -Margaret H. Stone made by its inventors, num- at the Clewiston hospital Monday

:' Mrs. J. P. Percy won second high time for the, return engagement. Speakin' of 1935 five. night following a sudden attack of

". and received a bowl of spun aluminum. ought to prove a mighty Since the Issuance of the patent paralysis a short time earlier. Mr.Everett .
The booby prize, a lovely trav- LADIES AID NEXT THURSDAY for Florida, 'in spite of McIlroy has been swamped with was a farmer and came here

elling kit for mending was presented freeze. All indications from those wishing to buy about a year ago from Georgia.

:z.: ,-- to Mrs. W. M. Redelsheiraer. Miss The meeting of the Ladles Aid So- being the finest tourist manufacturing and, distributing He is survived by his widow, who

'' ",,; Harrington received the guest prize, ciety, which was postponed from state's history. Railroads Mr. Mcllroy states that he lived here. Funeral services were

a pair of dainty rhinestone clips. Thursday this week, will be heldon lines report exceptionally not, sell these rights and be- I held at the Ortona cemetery in
The guests were Mrs. W. C. Prew- next Thursday. January 10th at vel. Every tourist center Is that when he is able to pro- Glades county Wednesday: morning
itt, Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. i the of Mrs. aggressive sales campaign I
home R. Y. Patterson. to capacity. Our roads are an I with Rev.; J. T. Coulliette, of Moore
i W. C. Owen, Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs. E.I Important plans of the Society will with foreign cars. the charts will cell well. Haven Methodist Church preaching.

L. Stewart, Mrs. 0: F. Schiffli, Mrs. be presented at that time, and a business houses all report the sermon. The Everglades Funeral
.r:. R. Y. Patterson Mrs. H. A. Bestor,
full attendance is urged. very much improved, with Mr. and Mrs. WV. F. Simpson and Home of Clewiston was in charge of
: Mrs. Redelsheimer, Mrs. Percy, Mrs
: umes much greater than ; arrangements.
a Wallace B. Simpson spent the the funeral
.j:.: **Wright and Miss Harrington. Mrs. E. W. Digges and children, While it is true that in Tampa. Mrs.V., 13.

<,.. ,A salad course was served at the Josephine and Billy, spent. Mondayin duals have been hit hard left from there for her Mrs. J. A. McGeehee was a visitorin

tea hour, Fort Myors, (Continued on Pare in Atlanta Wsst Palm Beach. J Jf' ,3uesday.





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CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1935



Wallace In his annual report. Con- In Italy] by Mussolini, has been created MRS. MARY RUMSEY SOLDIERS KILL TWO .

CURRENT EVENTS vinced that, agriculture should be ; Carmona's, dictatorship Is as- I ...... ,

brought under permanent federal control sured and a new constitution replaces LYNCHING MOB
IN
he will ask congress for drastic that of 1933 which restored In some G ai r !y1

new legislation. This will Include broad measure representative government.

PASS IN REV.IEW! amendments to the AAA, great extension The first of the two chambers pro- .

of the grain futures act and pas- vided for has Just been elected, and Tennessee Town Courthouse

sage of the Tugwell food and drugs only one list of candidates was per- Is Destroyed. "-

bill. While he Insists on continuance mitted In the field. Republicans and

GREAT NATIONAL RESOURCES of crop control, Mr. Wallace advises Socialists, not being represented, generally -
Tenn.-Southern National
Shclbyville, '
LINDUSTRY'S against falling Into the pit of "scarc )] refrained from voting. Three .
PROGRAM REPORTED- nevertheless he defends ,yA S Guardsmen, with bayonets; and bul- '-c, .'" ,
economics" were"chosen
ity ; women members of the
PLANS. killed whit here and :' ; '.
lets, two men
the working of the AAA reduc- chamber, which has 90 members. The '
others in battle -*
wounded seven a pitched :
tion schemes to date. other chambetv'of 79, Is appointive. '
By EDWARD W. PICKARD lie sees "the end of our period of fought in and around the courthouse .:A.7 ':;. :' ,

Western Newspaper Union. to save the life of a colored /,:_"
adjustments, of drastic reduction -
emergency is having,a row with Ethiopia / "r:': '
ITALY youth. He was on trial for assaulting
ROOSEVELT'S na- In farm output coming Into
PRESIDENT
of an affray at Ualual be- '..
tional resources board, appointed view." Hereafter, the task may Include tween two bodies of their troops. Both a fourteen-year-old white girl. :-.:F;.:

last June to- devise "a plan for planning i adjustment of production to arising have reported the affair to the Leagueof When the prisoner was taken from :,..- ',t'
:, 1-
," with Secretary of the Interior I demand, he says. To this end, asa ,Nations, each blaming the other. I the courthouse disguised in the uniform ; :
Ickes as its chairman, ,safeguard against the effects of crop of a soldier, wearIng a gas mask ":-"::
Premier Mussolini personally presented :
has submitted a long failure] in the future, the secretary 'develops the Italian side and characterizedthe Ht and the mob learned it had been l'; /, "

,
report offering a pro- his proposal for "an ever normal tricked, the rioting started anew. /"
fight.as "a sudden and unprovoked '
gram, covering 20 to ]. granary." Larger' reserves against Flames and dynamite were used to : :: _
aggression Italy's native ,
against gar ,,
30 years, for development crop failure would be maintained. level the $150,000; Bedford county :, :."'"
He demanded an apology and ;
of land, water These, he believes should remain in indemnities and courthouse. Four trucks used by the :: : ,

and resources at an the control of the farmers, through flatly refused arbitration Guardsmen were overturned, saturated .::;:t7.;
of the "
I quarrel.
expenditure of $105-: storage and government loan arrange- with gasoline, and burned. }i? :
.I "
sTS: \ 'r\ 000,000,000. It sur- ments, coupled with an obligation to I. the senate committee head Mrs.' Mary Harriman Rumsey, headof While Gov. Hill McAllister and his i.:;,,0:::.,.

; veys projects which participate in continued crop adjust WIIILE Senator Gerald] P. Nye of the national 'consumers' advisory aides worked frantically by telephone 'I4'-f', :_

2 x .. presumably includethe ments. By co-ordinating storage with North Dakota was still investigating board of the NRA, died in Washington to mobilize 500 more state troops to ;';/ "." '

administration's crop adjustments, farmers would' have of injuries sustained when her horse occupy the town, groups of men 2' ,: :
.
munitions makers and their profits
relief and public the beginning of means to control livestock and methods, PresidentRoosevelt fell at a hunt meet. She was a daughter stalked the streets, firing random shots /{: >,

Harold L. works program for, the production cycles; It Is held. of the late- E. II. Harriman, rail into the air, hurling imprecations :,.. '"

Ickes immediate future, The Tugwell amendment to the food other committee named an- magnate, and was prominent in New against the colored population and :. ,''<.

these being: and drug act Is defended by Wallaceon York and Washington society. Guardsmen alike, and threatening to :,
with the
charged duty
1. Improvement of highways and the the ground that It ,would remove Invade the colored quarter of town -
of preparing legisla-
elimination of grade crossings.! from government "the formidable with pistol, knife, and club. 7'
tion that would au- .
2. National housing, including slum obligation of proving that claims madein ENGLISH WOMAN IS When the trial started the court ",.
thorize the Chief Ex-
clearance] subsistence homestead, rehabilitation the labeling of patent'mcdicines are, HANGED FOR MURDER house was, guarded by 110 militiamen. ',:.--:
ecutive, in time of war, '
and low cost housing both false and fraudulent" and provide kCr ? The mob surged forward In the first
to assume 'absolute
projects. more drastic penalties, includingJail of its three bloody attacks.. Gun butts!: .
power over Industrial .
3. Water projects, Including water terms, for violations. profits, prices and Poisoner of Spouse Executed at and tear gas bombs were brought into -_'" .
supply treatment, flood con- He defends the section of the
sewage proposed play and the crowd was repulsed. Aug-
wages and over the operations Hull Prison. -
trol, Irrigation, soil erosion prevention, amendment which would give of all Indus- mented by more recruits, the crowd, .,' .

and hydro-electric power developments. him czaristic control over all food, Bar- its spirit aroused by the first clash,, :
tries. Bernard M.
4 Rural electrification. drug and cosmetic advertising, a fea- Bernard M. Hull, England.-After appeals to the came forward again. ,

Secretary of Labor Perkins, a mem- ture which raised a storm of protestsin Baruch uch, who New York head financier of- king and queen had failed to save her, ,The first line of Guardsmen yielded ,

ber of the board, has said that If Its the last session on the ground thatIt the Industries board was made Mrs. Ethel Lille Major, gaunt forty- and the rioters reached the door of ,S'
was
war ,
; recommendations are carried out, all invaded the freedom of the press. chairman 'of this committee, and Gen. two-year-old mother of two ,children, the building. This time 'dynamiters ".. 7,' '

:; unemployment will be eliminated for the S. Johnson to was hanged at Hull prison.A led the attack and began digging at .': ,:
Hugh was appointed .
i;{" next 25 years. These, she says, are OF WAR BERN Is no black flag was hoisted over the the foundations of the building to place '.'
SECRETARY be Mr. Baruch's assistant. Others on .
the results that might be expected : on the necessity of the committee Secretaries Hull penitentiary when she went' to her their explosive, but were driven back ::" ..;. '
1. Provide much develop: Is Secretary are death, the first woman to ,be executed '
a greater strengthening the army than (state), Morgenthau (treasury), Dern The third attack hurled the ranksof -_. ';e:: '
,,. ment of water resources. of the Navy Swanson in the case In England in eight years. Until the I. soldiers backward still farther, and : .f."
(war), and Swanson (navy) ; Under
2. Stop menace of floods. of ,our naval defenses. end she maintained she was Innocent ./ ."
secretary of Agriculture Tugwell, act- into the courthouse itself. Then the :. : .
3. Stop soil erosion. In the first section of ing for Secretary Wallace; Assistant of the charge of murdering her hus- mounted machine guns went into ac- .,y,'.':', ",

4. Remove all marginal or sub- his annual report Mr. band by poison.
1\ v.ti Secretary of Labor McGrady, actingfor tion. :,;J... '
,,', marginal lands from attempted produc- Dern asks that the of Secretary Perkins ; Assistant Sec- Three hundred curious persons Idly From the doorway: they sprayed bul- : ." :,
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tion. ficer and enlisted retary of the Navy Henry Latrobe milled about outside the prison as she lets into the advancing mob. The -;:;:;;:.

!; 5. Stop waste of mineral resources strength of the army Roosevelt; Rail Co-ordinator Eastman; mounted the gallows. Two grim faced crowd halted for a moment and, taking ,'YA; :i

} .. and substitute a national policy r be increased to 14,000 Gen. Douglas MacArthur,' chief of policemen paced back and forth keep- advantage of the hesitation, the'i. ?',; --

of conservation. commissioned officers Ing the crowd on the move. ,>
their /: '
militiamen to
-- staff; and Foreign Trade Adviser charged, resorting .
6. Create great new recreational and 165,000 enlistedmen. George N. Peek. Final urgent appeals for clemency by bayonets. "

- acres. Other recom- The President told newspaper men,, Lord Mayor Stark of Hull, the last ad- When the battle had ceased Raleigh ,:< i',,
7. Assemble basic data for map- mendations Include: dressed to Buckingham palace, were :. "
old house
gathered at his press onferencethat' Edwards, thirty years 'a :;
ping, public finance and population, Purchase of 600 airplanes '.'.
. -
fruitless. The appeal to the king and \ -
;0 -. -,_*4 "the time has come to take the painter, and, an unidentified white man
necesary for national planning, witha Secretary over a period profit out of war." He declared that queen was turned over to the home were dead, bayoneted through the-
middecennial census In 1935. of three years to give secretary's office, which replied tersely '
Dern not only the war ,profits of corporations stomach.
8. Co-ordinate socially-useful fed- the air 2,3:20'servi : ," ,
corps would be under Inspection but that the decision of the home secre- ;
eral, state and municipal public works. eable planes, as urged by the tary Is already known."
the wages of individuals as well. He
9. Provide for continuous longs board headed Newton D. Baker I
by pointed out the disparity between thesoldier's The jury which convicted Mrs. Major I WASHINGTON BRIEFS I"A
range planning of land, water and which investigated the air corps and
I had recommended .
pay of $1 a day and that of clemency.No
"in relation to each
/, mineral resources its needs.
'' the munitions,worker at $10-a day, and one in Hull seemed to take much
other' and to the larger background Allocation of sufficient funds to comma demand for more teeth in the new rJl.
declared this unequal'mobilization, as interest in her case except the lord
of the social and economic life In plete the housing at NRA It force reluctant _
:
J- army program empowering o
he called It, had led to the veterans'demands mayor, as Mrs. Major's home was in
which they are set. home and abroad.Construction .
for' soldiers' and sailors'bonus. industries into line in a drive for
the little of
village Kirby-on-Bain,
The board's report does not suggest .
without undue delayof "economic democracy, is voiced by <-
where a' fifteen-year-old] son, a nine-
that the government spend the $105- a War department building to house unit's labor "
the advisory
Legislation will be asked of the new year-old] daughter and her aged father recovery ,: .
000,000,000 Involved, but recommendsa all Its activities under roof Instead "
one .
meeting In January, Mr. board, headed by William Green. "
congress .
national plan of co-ordinating fed- of In 17 buildings, as at present. live.Mrs. ,:
Roosevelt said. He added that he
regarded -
Major arrested while herhusband's
was
with state
_ eral construction projects
; Enactment by congress of legislationto 'the subject as one of the most funeral service In The United States Supreme court .' .;.:' ,
and local undertakings. It also recom- was prog- ';
Improve the promotion system, so important ofxany to be laid before agreed to review the railway retire- ; '(" .
the result of letter
' an -
mends a public works "reserve" of ress as anonymous
to uniform and satisfactory "
as give a more of New Deal ':.
ment act, a piece legIs-
congress. authorities [
sent to her.
to take the slack accusing ,
$10,000,000,000 up :- -
flow of promotion without ;
The President insisted that his move lation that recently was held uncon- :" ) : -

;." of construction, but does not In suggest periods where of depression such- necessitating heavy additional ex- at this time was not prompted by any Roosevelt in Fine stitutional by the District of Columbia :;;:;;: :-J:

.':"'_ pense. threat of war. The war horizon, he'said Supreme, court. ,f.-" ?. -
, ',: a fund-more than one-third of the : : :
Increasing the pay of officers, par- is cloudless. Neither should the Health Says Doctor ,: .
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:t- total national debt-could, be obtained. In the lower when "
: ticularly grades, : :
be considered for : }
proposal one war An unemployment Insurance system ',
Washington.-The doctor says Pres-
the condition of the "warrants'
"t treasury "
the President added.In :
'preparedness, resting contributions by employers ';}r-::
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order that he aid in han
FROM may 'shape than at any time' since enteringthe through a pay roll tax was approved :=- '<4 t-,
committee the President received D. HOLT, the young radical ''
;/ RUSH dling expected War department legis- White House and is ready for the by President Roosevelt's eco : ) T, '
recommendation for an unemployment was elected United States
a ,
lation General MacArthur Is retainedas '
1" committpe. :
L- based congressional session ahead. nomic security advisory < ..:,
Insurance system senator from West Virginia, may havea chief of staffindefinitely..
; upon contributions from employers hard time getting his seat, for he That was the report given by Dr. -- ":'

Ross T. Mclntire, naval physician in Prof. Jacob Vine,' economic assist- ,
through a pay roll tax ; and also three will not reach the constitutional age Michigan was thrown Into "
ALL constant attendance on Mr. Roosevelt, ant to Secretary of the Treasury Hen-
, proposed plans for old age pensions of thirty until next June. The Repub- by one of the worst

r.,, submitted for his consideration. lican senators are determined to ex- disasters that ever occurred in that since he took office. ry Morganthau, resigned and will re- _

,:: It was recommended that payments clude Holt If possible, but they have- state. The Hotel Kerns in Lansing, Almost daily swims In the White turn to his teaching duties at the University '
' ",0\ shouldbe House pool, frequent vacations and of Chicago. ,
to workers who become jobless not yet decided on the method to be crowded with legislators gathered fora

CO per cent of their pay but pay- pursued. :McNary of Oregon, Repub- special session of the assembly, was planned routine have kept the Presi-

ments were not to be less than $15 per lican leader, says he will chal- destroyed by an early morning fire, dent, fit, Doctor McIntire said. President Roosevelt appointed JuliusG.

week for 25 weeks fn the year. States lenge the West Virginian's eligibility and probably as many as forty per- I Lay of Washington, D. C., to be '

,Mr would be permitted to set' a higher when the latter appears to present sons were killed by the flames or by U. S. to Warsaw Flyers minister to Uruguay. ,., 1

standard If they wished. his credentials to Vice President leaping to the street or into the Grand I Indicted in Case

A "waiting period" of from two to Garner, asking that the credentials be river on the bank of which the hotel Liquor Dern Asks Larger Army,
between the time a worker New York.-Joseph and Benjamin
four
weeks submitted to the committee of prIvil- stood. The exact number of victims

;. lost his job and the time insurance eges and elections. may never be known, for the registerwas Adamowlcz, Brooklyn flyers who madean $60,000,000 for Buildings

l payments started was provided for.FIVE Senator William E. Borah of Idaho, burned. At least six members of air trip from. New York to Warsaw Washington. new War depart- I

a constitutional authoritydiffers with the legislature lost their lives. last summer,' were Indicted In Brook- ment building In Washington and a ;, I

t years ago It.was asserted that Senator McNary: but merely on the lyn Federal court on a liquor charge. $00,000,000 housing program to remedy I

steel Industry was far overbuilt. point of procedure. He will take the "T'M In. I have more than enough .They were accused of conspiring to "deplorable conditions" in army living _

But its general program for 1935 buildIng .sume position as he took In the .case votes to win," said Representative possess and operate what was de- quarters were recommended 'in the an- -.. ;

is now made public, showing that of Frank L. Smith of Illinois and Wil- Joseph W. Byrns of Tennessee ; scribed as possibly the largest Illegal nual report of George Dern, secretary :,::.

it plans the expenditure of $100,000- liam S. Vare of Pennsylvania, and if and this ended the contest for the still ever seized by government agentson of war. ',r.,

r 000 for new equipment. This Includes I he is successful Holt will be seated speakership of the next house, for a Long Island.Western lie also asked that the army's ,,':... : ; ,-:'

,::i'' the Ford Motor company's $19,000,000 but later expelled by resolution ,after count of noses proved Mr. Byrns was strength be raised from 11,700 officers '. ;' :

'- program, already described in this col- the investigating committee makes Its right The President remained neutral, Australia Wantsto and 117,517 men to 14,000 officers and ;/i,' ,

:' umn. Other items are: The United report. and one after another the state delega- 165,000 men.Defending. :.'/:." ,I

; States, Steel corporation has pledged tions fell Into line for the Tennessean. Quit CommonwealthLondon.A the army air corps' record :""

; $40,000,000 worth of modernization in THIRTY-ONE years ago, on Decem- There remained the race for the floor petition of western Australia In flying the mail last winter, he /' .:',;,1'I "

I' a?;: the coming year. the Wright brothers leadership which was sought by a for secession from the common said most of the' criticism was "unin ,::; I

> The National Steel corporation has made at Kitty Hawk, N. C., the his-' number of men, including John W. McCormack wealth was presented to the house of formed," though there was justification '.::; .

:. announced a $12,000,000 expansion for toric first flight In a powered airplane, of Massachusetts, John E. lords by the Marquis of Aberdeen.The for some. Most of the defects whicb :-

Its subsidiary, the Great Lakes Steel and the anniversary was handsomely Rankin of Mississippi, James M. Mead petition, which consisted ol a came to light, he said, were duo to insufficient

-,}'? : corporation.. celebrated throughout the United and John J. O'Connor of New York, scroll 20 feet long enclosed In a highly money.Princess .

if:' Carnegie Steel Is building a 42 inch States and Its possessions. Every- William W. Arnold and Adolph] J..Sab- polished box, also was presented to

r"i hot strip mill at Youngstown, Ohio, where that weather conditions permitted ath of Illinois. the house of commons. Barbara''

'y. and Bethlehem Is planning a 60-Inch all available airplanes] took to the .

,>. hot strip mill for its Lackawanna air to honor Orville Wright, the sur- by the League of Nations Two Army'Aviators Killed Gives $5,000 to Needy
INVITED
works at Buffalo. viving brother, and to demonstrate the to name the commander of Burlingame, CalIf-'I'wo army avi- New York.-A real-life princess, Barbara
:, Youngstown Steel and Tube company extraordinary that has been force to. ators one of them Lieut.
progress the international preserve or- William)] (i Hutton Mdivani, stepped out of
is completing a $7,000,000 mill at made In aviation. Army and navy airfields der in the Saar before and during the Reeves, son of Admiral Joseph M. her story-book existence to assure a 1

,: Its Campbell (Ohio) works, and nearby airport managers and ownersof plebiscite of January 13, the British Reeves, Commander in chief of the merry Christmas for 10,000 needy.

: the Republic Steel corporation is planes all co-operated In this cele- government gave the post .to MaJ. J. United States fleet, were killed when In response to an open letter from

: spending $500,000 for a new electric bration of National Aviation day. E. S. Brind, a soldier of considerable their plane plunged nose down ontoa Ed Sullivan, Broadway columnist

; weld tube mill building."BALANCED experience in and since the World highway" and burned near here. letter that made her cry-she contrib-

PORTUGAL, under the leadership war. The British contingent will comprise Sergt.. Everett Peterson was the other uted a $5,000 check: for a "Princess

abundance" is the of Dictator-President Carmona, has 1,500 men. The Italians will num- victim. The, plane was from Crissy Barbara Christmas dinner" for New

in the program gone Fascist. A new corporate state, ber 1,300, the Swedes 250, and the field] San Francisco. York's poor children and
offered by Secretary of Agriculture modeled after the system established Dutch 250, bringing the total to 3,800. their parents. .



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SYNOPSIS The judge Ignored ,this obvious contempt "Good G-d," Stephen Burt I cried their charges. f

of court. "I suppose you have sharply'"you are not going to commit of the penitentiary

Theodore Gatlin adopts a baby, which had many sweethearts, Miss Belden?" this social outrage, your honor?" for the road that

he names "Penelope," in a final effortto Nance Belden's scornful laughter The judge eyed him sourly. "Doctor flanked by the

solve his matrimonial troubles. But filled the courtroom. "Oh, 'Judge, Burt, you, .will apologize to the court and guards, and

their his wife affairs has end never In the wanted divorce her.court.and you're precious. What sort of a man for that language or I shall fine you flower gardens

Ten-year-old Penelope-is given Into the would pick, me for a 'sweetheart, I ask : fifty dollars''for contempt of court. gloom that lies In

keeping of Mrs. Gatlin. At a baseball you? Be yourself, Judge. Now you Stephen Burt'drew a fifty-dollar bill main gate.
game a ball]] strikes Penelope on the tell one." from his pocketbook and tossed it on She was taken
nose. Mrs. Gatlin spirits the child to ... -
Europe. Gatlin retires from business, "Why not?" the judge pursued re-, the table.' ; : office, from here.S1i

wills Penelope all his, money, :and Is morselessly."Well "Court is adjourned," his honor mum-' another officer v, :
about to begin a search for his daughter maybe because nobody ever bled, much embarrassed. ured by the Bertll

Some when a motor accident ends his life. asked me," the girl assured him with The policeman who had brought printed and ,
ten
years later, in San Francisco,
I Stephen Burt, rising young psychiatrist simple' directness. "I don't mind admitting Nance Belden into Superior court approached a guard escorted ,

Is presented by Dan McNamara. I I'd like to have a nice sweetieif her. "If you're a good girl, en's wing 'of the,:.

chief of police, with a new patient I could find one, but what the h-1's Nance, I'll not put the cuffs on.you." The building .In

Nance sonality Belden, for which a girl her with"saddle a dual nose"per- the use trying? I'd only have him .a, "You didn't put them on me coming victs,are housed at

was, In part responsible. McNamara does little while ; then he'd get ashamed of : here ; so why should you think It necessary I readily- be mistaken
not think she is a criminal and obtains me. What's the use bothering myself?'I now?" it not for the bars

Burt's testimony In court Lanny., thedoctor's I know a blind fellow that's mad '"You're an important prisoner now, the high metal
... office nurse, is won. over despite
Nance's hard-boiled exterior. about me. I'ye'often thought of takIngthe Nance. The judge Just gave you two rounds the grounds.

poor gazabo on for: my steady years in San Quentin, didn't' he?" en were hoeing ;

sweetie, but he makes me so sad I Nance Belden turned.: "Did. he, along the cement
,> .w CHAPTER IIIContinued6 know it wouldn't last. He has that Steve?" strolled, singly or .

-. funny staring look, and when he walks The doctor nodded miserably. and enjoying the .

"A normal weight, your honor." He with his arms held straight out, it just "And I'll not see you any' more, salt breeze that j

,_ ; took the girl's hand and counted her Breaks my heart. Steve?" less than fifty

,. pulse. Then he took a stethescope "Where does ,-he live?" ,"Of course you shall Nance. I'll two hundred yards I

,from his pocket. placed it against. her "God knows"""'now. I was taking come' to see you from time to time. I men In skiffs were'

i left breast and, listened. Her pulse and care of him when I got pinched. You haven't finished with you-not by a bass, and with the .r,

I heart beat normally: your honor, and see, Judge, I took him to a doctor to long shot, my dear. Tyrrell, you're still in a kiosk at
: from her appearance of general good see If something couldn't be done for retained on this case." grounds, one

health we have no reason to suspect his poor eyes, and 'the doctor said- he The lawyer waved his hand hope vain for the '

,, pulmonary trouble. Her skin Is clear, could be cured, but it would be expen lessly.. "W 're:licked," he stated, with surveillance. '
': soft and smooth ; it is:free from blem sive. He'd have to go east to a very out emotion. "This is one hand no "So this is San, I'

ishes-another Indication of good health noted specialist, who would charge a lawyer can ,beat, and I wouldn't try." marked gaily to I

Her hair is fine and lustrous ; not dry lot for the operation Well, I paid that And Tyrrell shook;: hands with Stephenand bad, my boy. not

and lifeless, as is the case of a person doctor his bill .and that left me short." Nance Belden, put on his hat and, The guard did

I of pronounced< psychopathic, tenden- "Did the same doctor say anythIngto strode out."Come that the realization I

cies. Her eyes are full. lambent kind- you about your nose?" ; girlie," the policeman sug than high walls I
'
ly,, intelligent Her brow Is full, broad< "Yes, he said he' could cure that, gested. .', of prison life.

and of medium height, her head a little himself, and' to come in when I was "Well," the girl declared, with an small lobby:

: larger than that of the,average woman. ready and he'd put me in a hospitaland effort at nonchalance, "this is a tough ,:middle-aged

and she is broad between the ears- operate. Gosh, it's some baby. break for old lady Belden isn't ,It?" cordially.

I ,. ,because, as she has brains,' nature ,ordained Isn't it, Judge?" She smiled upon him patronizingly "Come with me,

that she should have room for. "How did It happen?" "You're a good scout, Steve. Thanksa and led the girl

I! them. She Is neatly dressed and decidedly "I don't know." lot for all you've done and tried to she took and charge

not a slattern. She gives no "You don't know anything, do you?'" do. You meant well, -but at that I opened it

indication of dissipa on-dru'gs or al "Yes, I know : something.. think 'the ,old scientific hooey has got "You "have nice

cohol. But mark her nose. It is a "What is it?" ; you a bit' cuckoo, too. I stood for It articles, she

grand wreck. A nose like that would "You haven't the slightest Intentionof ; a while because I thought his nibs more clothes last two at

.. cause a continuous mental conflict in agreeing with Steve. That. sheep might fall for'it, but when I saw you scarcely"Yes. I birds."I
May
.any woman. faced mutt, Blcrhen, has given you an weren't going to get to first base witb
"But for. this lamentable facial l defect earful. You're one of these judges that the big boob I called' It' no 'con test." Nance course eagerly."Of 1

this girl would be beautiful. .Per believes what he wants to believe. She thrust out, her little hand. "Well you

haps she remembers, or used to remem, Steve's told you I'm nutty but Steve's;, good-by, Steve. I suppose I'm'. keeping inmates of San ,

&. her, herself as beautiful or attractive ; wrong. I'm not. Steve's just a good .you; from other, nuts," quired to wear a !
then this accident occurred and lo, she fellow trying to give the little girl a though we furnish I
She came close to him and lookedup "Hurrah for
became an ugly duckling. She brooded hand."' our
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at him wistfully ; so he stooped and
upon her misfortune ; she wept over It "So you believe you're .jquite sane?" kissed tier At once tears suffused her cheerfully"You read and i

: doubtless she, thought It very hard that "Of course I am. The're's nothing 'ej'es, "You don't mind what I look Nance?" 1
God should' afflict her so. Doubtless' with 'a' bad ,
wrong me except memory
like, do you Doctor Burt? You're kind "Do I look like
the knowledge. that she was an object and a beak like the American eagle." enough not to feel sorry for me." "Well" I
of curiosity or derision to'strangers Stephen sighed and shook his head,
1, Amazingly she had changed-slipped 'prIson rules.
and repugnance to her friends made of ,seeing which. Nance crossed to his '
out of 'one personality into the other obey them
her a gloomy, depressed recluse. Who
as one slips out of a coat. "Will you 'them will lead to :
knows what wild, desperate and desolate -
"
o do something' for me, Doctor, ? she and repeated
thoughts'she became 'prey to?
continued, and he saw that she was all solitary
Mental conflicts'undoubtedly at
were
nerves now "I'm looking, 'for'a girl be a good girl,
work-an impulse to run away, to hide
named Penelope. I can't remember her good behavior In
herself, countered by the natural impulse '
last name, but I do wish you'd try to tion in the length
to make the best of the'situa- '
J : find her,for me, even with so little to Good conduct will
tion, to be brave, to pretend she was '
not different. go on glble for parole -1'
"Where does she live, Nance?" half of your ;
"In the case of a girl whose mind "
"Out there, somewhere. get Into trouble,
and nerves had been thus harassed over r wa
"You've been a reading a poem, I I'try to give my
a long period, a new sorrow, constituting r -
P think.. 1'\mce-a poem that runs : but very few of
a definite mental shock, even if of f I

no great magnitude, might neverthelessbe And you; my sweet Penelope, out there one. If you
sufficient to bring about the condition somewhere you wait for me, being treated
',,' of dissociation of personality which -, I r With buds of roses in your hair and to discuss your
I have described." t J 1 t% kisses on your mouth. You will meet

"Anything else, Doctor Burt?" She trembled with eagerness. "Why, here and you will

"I have given a concise and general you know her Doctor. That's the had'they been

outline of the case as it presents itselfto Penelope I'm looking for." circumstances
them here
bring ,
me, your honor. This defendant "Oh. If that's the Penelope, why of viction doesn't
should have treatment It .is quite pos course I'll find her for you. Good-by
'of all
devoid
sible to, cure her and I am morally certain my poor dear girl and remember to

I could do so. Her saddle nose look for me at the gate the,day you're clean.will keep You'wUl your

can be repaired. I have a very good released from San Quentin."

friend, a specialist In plastic surgery, Fr A deputy sheriff took Nance, Beldento cell is unless you nice r rI
It really a
and I know he would be to
willing help, San Quentin and was decent enough
sacred to
without charge", to make a swan of this to refrain from handcuffing her en the freedom you of

ugly duckling. 'route. The' girl was not particularlysad. I will
grounds.
"And you think you would make hero Indeed she appeared to enjoy the and show I I
you up
"
over Into a responsible moral citizen? brief trip across the bay In the ferry

"I think so, your honor." boat, and. the half h ur's Journey by and change join your the

"How would she support herself during train to Greenbrae, where the prison {
the period of treatment? By theftor bus meets arriving deputy sheriffs and room yonder.TO BE

worse?" The judge glanced at "If You're a Good Girl, Nance, I'll
: Nance Belden. "How do you support Not Put the Cuffs on You."
yourself, 'young woman?"
Do Not Cool Air
"I carry my own check-book," the side, put her arm around his neck, and Icebergs ,

,,, girl replied. laid her cheek against his. "Steve, Thermometer; Water I
"You have a private Income?" darling, you'd be a wonderful sweetheart ,
she assured him and laughed. ,
"Sure, old thing. ,
So striking a formation as an iceberg that the principal
'."What Is its source?" "Your honor," Stephen pleaded, I is bound to give rise to romantic mulated a plan to i

!' "I don't know. On the first of every "can't you see she's-". fancies which are accepted as gospel International

month somebody puts some money In I "I can see she's as Intelligent as you 1 truth. Nine persons out of ten who tion and Ice r
for and I check -she Is, Doctor. In fact, she's more I
4. :.', the bank me against it say have seen an Iceberg claim that it per. 1914. with the i
W"1i"; "And that's all you know about it, than that She Is very artfully simulating ceptibly cooled the air. Thermometerstell years 1917 and
S eh?" mental Irresponsibility by attempting
no such tale. Nor Is the water has been
"Sometimes 1 can remember but I to spoil the good work of her i
near a berg as cool as the stories the United States.
can't now. It's the time I can't remember expert witness. It Is my conviction.
would have us believe. However thereIs not a single vessel
; ?' that raises h-1 with me, Judge. that Doctor Blethen was right when he I
an effect when a ship steams out of result of a colllson
I don't know what name to sign to my told me she was the smartest, most adroit ,
the water of the Grand banks twenty years.
criminal) type he had examined warm
checks then or I forget I have a checking ever
account Then I get hard up and I believe, with him, that she into the cooler Arctic waters. There Is
steal." Is Incorrigible, and Incorrigible crIm, a mixture of warm and cold water, Virgin

"How truly remarkable, Miss Bei finals should be set apart from societyHe with a temperature; drop of from 54 to Despite their

den Have you ever issued any checks turned to his clerk. "I believethe 32 degrees In a few hundred feet-an Islands shelter

that bounced back on you?" sentence was two years In San indication to a captain that he Is In Including deer !

"Say, are you trying to kid me, Quentin penitentiary. Verify It and danger.It herons, ducks,
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The Clewiston News old, was injured seriously. It was California New Year Rose Bowl clas-
hours later when the parents returned sic. f ... .J

in Clewiston home and learned that neighborshad Sugarland
Published every Friday .
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, sent the baby to a hospital. The New Jersey goes forward swiftly l l .
case will be heard in a few days before with trial of Bruno Hauptmann. r

Inc. I Judge Albert P. Wiese of the t Service Station t. '

Keathley Bowden, Editor county juvenile court, and mean- Congressmen gather in Washington -
while probation officers have taken for the new session. I y y
-- technical custody of the four child- y )
Entered as second class mail matter ren, the eldest 10.-Tampa Tribune. President Roosevelt puts the fin-
February 1, 1927, at the Post ishing touches on his momentous

the Office Act In of Clewiston March 3,, 1897.Florida, under OUR GOD I message to the 74th congress. ?I. Sa es fID Service i


Governor Talmage, the farmer
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. By I/ II. W. y y \
governor of Georgia, threatens to
Advertising rates on application Our God is Mind, move the state capital to some other :_;: COMPLETE AUTO REPAIR SERVICEs :fGreasing i:

city, if Atlanta continues to objectto
The one, omniscient Cause.
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Devoted to the advancement and
welfare of Clewiston and Hendry In wisdom infinite, for their own the operation of the farmers curb .:. -:- Washing -:- PolishingA +
good, market in the shadow of the state

County. He gives unto His children light, capital.All trial will convince you that our Repair DeS

And eyes: of understanding, so that 'i's
they of us are trying to balance the :: partment IS among ::
'Member when women used to car- ; ..
May see the perfect fullness of His Christmas budget with the additionof y y
handbags about the size of a
small ry steamer trunk to cart around universe. *-. a license .tag reading '1935, for :,: Glenn Etherton, Prop. *

their powder and chamoisTimesUnion. "God said-and it was ,so." the car. :
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And now they can carry a I '
The best we, can wish you is

week-end outfit in the same bag. Our Incorporeal God is, Spirit, ,divine. ( health, wealth and happiness for ,I .......................................................-..................................0.1 ........-............:..:..:1.:..:..:..:-:..:-:..:.:...............................................'..>.'.>.
1935.
Unlimited mortal /"
by thought or
Everybody: sold out of peas and
hog jowl New Years Eve, becausewe measure, SHe
all -made that lucky dish the bestows the bounty ;of pure holI-: I 1-

mainstay of our New Years dinner.It ness; I I
And gives assurance sweet that all,
seems to be an old Georgia custom -

to serve black-eyed; peas and Led Forevermore by His cverpresence His heirs. are IS YOUR CAR SLUGGISH I 1
hog jowl on New Years day, the

idea being that if you are fortunate
enough to have that special dish for Our God is Life,

New Years the remainder of the year Supreme and infinite.No .

will find you well fed and happy. interference or restraint can mar

The idea has spread rapidly, and the His work. or break_ Its endless har- I,

Everglades has taken it to heart,- mony. -rl,
there are so many people here who ills all-sustaining and eternal power

say "Back In Georgia" when they Renews our strength, as we upon --- ;; I II
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epeak of home, sweet, home. Him wait, Ii i
And mount on eagles wings. I
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With celerity, I
Our God is Truth, ,
With Sincerity,
Without ,austerity, Unclouded, free. .
GUd
No change can vary'' or destroy
We wish prosperityTo I S Gp0
No dream annul, illusion, tempt or p:(
you and your posterity. (If any). i
-P. E. B. in Tampa Tribune.A sway.A uS
rock, a sure foundation, self-con- ti V1
tained, *
PRAYER FOR THE NEW YEAR '
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Where man may stand and rest i W'

secure, ,
A New Year's Prayer, mellowed'by
Knowing His will is done.
age, and handed us by a friend
who, likewise has lived long enoughto .t
Our God is Love,
learn the wisdom of sane and
simple logic, is recussitated today Protecting tenderness.
__ None can withhold His hand, or :
for our readers. question Him. 1 Distributor
For years it hung outside the doorof
the cathedral at Old Chester, Eng- His gentleness doth guide, His power ..

land, and later it was taken from a guard. Each child"In I \ That GoodS
confidence shall walk, and fear ;
newspaper printed some 50 years _
ago, so if age has anything to do no ill; ( aJ
His know, with Daniel
with the merit of the prayer, it cer- omnipresence Gulf
tainly has value. Here it is: I say,
I God has sent His angel, "
Give ,me a good digestion Lord, 'My ,
And also something to digest; ",And hath shut, the lions' mouths." GasolineUPPER '

Give me a healthy body, Lord,
With sense to keep it at its best.
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Give me a healthy mind, Good Lord. ,
To keep the good and pure insight ,..t

RAMBLINGS. I iI LUBRICATES CYLINDER and VALVES
Which, seeing sin, is not appalledBut .
finds a way to set it right. 5; a c tta '
IW CREASES POWER SAVES WEAR
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Give me a mind that is not bored, :N:N:N:N:N:N:M:N:N M:1.:M:N M:N:N ti N:.1 N:M:N:N:w:..1 Maw

That does not whimper, whine or
STARTING THE NEW
sigh;
Don't let me worry overmuch YEAR RIGHT -- ==>
About the fussy thing called "I". --

Give me a sense of humor, Lord, The garbage men are receiving
heavy loads where the New
every as
Give me the grace to see a joke, :
Year was the signal for dismantlingthe :x: :::5:
To get some pleasure out of life i
And pass It on to other folk.Orlando Christmas tree. 'f.' FORSALE .y. .:'
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ALPHABETICALLY'' SPEAKING lights The local on the school basketball is erecting court flood for '. \_. Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment. H'

/ outdoor night
games. .0 .. ..
Unless these New Deal Democrats : '%. ..
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stop pulling bureaus out of hatsI Local officers offer reward for information '. I e'i.. .:.

fear that soon ,we'll have to get leading to tho identification -' .:: :: 5- 5'H .: :i:

A new and larger alphabet. of the hit and run driver responsible Sc .'. .:.
for the death of Carl Var- .; :: '- .z. .z,
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Now, what this needs .:.
country today
nadoe on a Clewiston street December :z: .!. ''
Is less and less of N. R. A. 27th. % .'. ..:' .'i',
j B. U. :N. K. and, E. T. C. .:%;:. + :i: .;.

! But more and more of C. O. D. .. 's' .:. :::
The holidays for the U. of Florida % :%: .
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boys were extended to Monday January ''
For In the sweet, sweet bye and bye .. .z. : 'i'
Somebody has to P. A. Y. 7th. A previous announcement + ':' '.' 0

I For all this "Jack" the U. S. A. was that\classes would be resumedon .;!.' :%: y ;; I ; -S-::: :i:
January 2nd.E. .z. i-
Is handing out so free today. :' .;. .:.
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Our star of hope is growing dim; E. Goodno, Hendry county pioneer + ::: ,fr i ::: :!:

We'll soon be on the B. U. M. now living in' Lee county, en- :.i.: ..:.. .'i' .:.

We'll struggle, starve and break our tertained a group of friends witha .!. '!'' .'i'.
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: watermelon cutting. Where else .. :
To meet the future T. A. X. but Florida could one, enjoy an .. .z.'z' 'i'
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Unless I make an N. G. outdoor party with, freshly' 'grown + : Z J'z.
guess, watermelons? :: /t :::I
r".'s time to sound an S. O. S.. -S :. .:. 'i' _
And stop this flood of I. O. U., yY
Tom Shelley, new president of f + E. .
And. I mean stop it P. D: Q. .. .q. S XX
: Clewiston Kiwanis, started off witha % 'z'I I z ..

So, I beseech you, F. D. R.' pep message and New Year Greetings yy x

Don't stretch the alphabet too far. sent by Western Union, to each 'y. .
: member of the local Club. Watch for .(. .. ..z..z.. .
My shirt is i
mister
gone; now, i. f ,, .!.
please, 1 results from his efforts this year. :z: x:z. -'. ..z.;. 'i'

< Don't'take away my B. V. D.'s. '.. .. .. yX
St. Petersburg officers investigatea h ? s
':': Ashton Hill in Nantucket Japanese who is taking picturesof + yyyX

:; Inquirer. U. S. Waterfror.ts, for his country '?.' Y.. y
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.. Tampa Is waging war on crime .z.'s' Z '
f h There are ample juvenile court "ind criminals with good rarults Pay The Balance Like Rent 1'....

0" laws to protect children against I ... ... .*.

careless laws neglectful parents, and the Governor Sholtz tell? other clue-: ::%: :!: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :;: :i Z;:
have. frequently been applied to keep Miami crooks out of theirterritory I
here, to the extend in some Instancesof ?- When Miami gets rid of :_:: :_!: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOMEPA ::;: :f

taking the children from custody them, make them leive: thq state,
of the parents, county probation officers 's the slogan. n Clewiston Home

said yesterday. The! officers: '' ....;, Building Association
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ill ill1'lI
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{ tht parents> ate accused of l leaving train, i liS inaugurated to Florida, tho t110 :::
their children alone at night! with sunshine state ;! I

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:....:" ', I. I:...... ....'."."................. .. .................................................,.. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Powell of I JOINT HOSTESSES AT INN THE COMMUNITY CHURCH 0- I

.I',::,,: ": "" .' ..:' {. *:* Wildwood and Miss Eleanor Cren- .PARTY FOR' MRS. HEMENWAY I J.: M. COUSE

:i{( .t.. .: ; : :} Personal I Mention :%:: shaw of oman left Tuesday for I S Sunday, January Oth, 103,1 '
Counselor

.'..:.oIti'f t.. t.',''':" ',...' .......................................................................................................s.... Mrs.Miami Powell for several and Miss days Crenshaw visit. Mr.have and i Prewitt Mrs. 'Fred entertained Hill and with Mrs.a W.bridge C. Rev. _D. Jenkins Williams, Minister Hopkins and Attorney Building at,'Law ,

. ':'J.} iJ:\' .' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill spent been the house guests of Mr. and I party at the Clewiston Inn Friday Wednesdays and Saturdays I '

> : '.' Tuesday in West Palm Beach. Mrs. Keathley Bowden. II afternoon in honor of Mrs. N. L. 9:45 a. m. Sunday School, Classes 9:30 to 4:00

,. .i.' Hemenway of Blacksburg, Virginia, for all ages.
'E. W. Digges and J. F. McLure Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs I. who was the house guest of Mrs. 10:.45 'a. m.% Junior Church (15 min-

spent the week-end in Miami. L. R. Oliphant and Mrs. G. Montgomery F. Deane Duff. utes' service). '

motored to Wfest Palm The gue'sts included Mrs. Hem 6:30 p. m. The Pioneers, Miss Lock- Watches. Clocks. Jewelry

Beach Sunday. Mrs. Oliphant and enway. Mrs. Duff, Mrs. Grover Poole, hart, Supt. Rear or
Al Trainor left for
Thursday Daytona -
Mrs. Montgomery left from there' for Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. C. L. Downs, 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship, Clewiston 'Drag.
Beach to join his family.V. Company I
,.; their home in Marietta. Georgia, after Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer, Mrs. H. A. Theme: "A Man's Privilege". \
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spending the past week here visiting Bestor, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. You are cordially welcome to attend Jewelry Impairing

Gram of Tampa was here on Mr. and Mrs. Wilson., F.' M. Wright, Mrs. H. J. B. ..Scharnb these services.DEEP W.. H. MERRITT j

.' business Monday. b Mrs. J. P. Percy, and Mrs.. E. I
,., .. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Shelley L. Stewart. CLEWISTON WATCILMAKER & JEWELER

R. E. Kurtz of'Fort Myers was entertained the following guests at Mrs. Hemenway was presentedwith 1lgAl[>ARfiNggII a I11q41 2. ma FLORIDAP.
a' business visitor here Tuesday. their home New Year's Eve; Mr. attractive guest prizes by the O. Box 521EVERGLADES j i
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and Mrs. R. C. Nowling Mr. and hostesses! Mrs. Poole was winner of ROCK WATER I I i

Miss Sue Maxwell spent Tuesday Mrs. ,Cy Cruze, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. high score. 1

here. L. as Stewart.the guest of Mr. and Mrs.E don Peterson, Mr.,. Mr.and and Mrs.Mrs.C. E.R. D.Nall Whld-andE. Five Gallons, 25c ............................:........................1.-. .....".-M".................................". ,!

,E. Kelly. Delivered In Clewiston Tuesdays and :: ? I IX

'. .., Mr. and Mrs. Sam Berry visited Hints for Homemakers Fridajs. Leave order at B & R store. ,

relatives in Pahokee Monday and MRS. AFFORD GIVES PARTY 1 By Jane Rogers Your business appreciated. :I;:: FUNERAL |
FOR HUSBAND'S BIRTHDAY
\: : Tuesday. G. P., Barrow
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", .' Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Williams spent Mrs. I. ,M. Pafford:'entertained at BBBBflflBBBflBBBRBBBHKBnttBBRflCLEWISTON | HOME | :

New Years Day visiting Dr. and Mrs. her! home on the government reser- \ f i

C. E. Bovard in Lakeland., vation Monday evening, the occasion :?i: Licensed Funeral Directors :>* '
being her husband's birthday.A :
i !.s. and Embalmers : j,
delightful :
buffet WOOD
Mr. and Mrs. H. Carlton Keenan supper was V Y
served to the following guests: Mr. t V Y
and little ,daughter of Moore Haven :: Ambulance Service *
were visitors in Clewiston Monday. and Mrs. Grover Poole, Mr and Mrs. .: :: .
W. F. Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. James YARD *_ f i

: E. E. Kelly is leaving today for Bruce, Mr. and' Mrs. V. A. ,Allen, .\ .{.:. CLEWISTON, PHONE: 328 .t tIjl :.: I

,' Peoria, 111., where he will visit rel- Miss Marion Leydig, Mrs. Leah .Phone 336. :i: PAHOICEE;", : PHONE 2301 ::i: j
atives for two weeks. Spicer, Miss Dorothy Lockhart, Sid- C S j
.,' !J ney Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. G. B. i A ...1. :NNNN. :..:NNNNNNN, :NNN:NNNNNNII. :..:. I
Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bal- ,
Mr., and Mrs. B. E. Herring .returned I
this week!: from a 'visit in lard.The )'
Palm ''Beach. group enjoyed bridge duringthe !
evening and watched the Old E"j7 iIT S-

Year out and the New Year in. High (TF you have .an unftished.attiC,-
Mrs. Alfred Lamoureux and child- I JL you can: cut down fuel costsand, OH BoY/ 1E.pEOh15
prize for ladies went to Mrs. G. B.
Haven visited Mrs.
ren of Moore Thomas, and for men to Mr. Bruce. hot weather discomfort by insulating HERE THEY L !o p ; .1 1
Curtis Taylor and Mrs. Dean King it. Insulation board of wood -COME-
Mrs. Bruce received ladies low prize
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here Wednesday. fibre nailed over the joists mini-
and Mr. Allen low prize for men. mizes the loss of heat through the ONE NIGHT "THE SHOWON EARTHIorfhe/MONEY" MOSTLY I II

Miss Faustina Rogero has returned roof in cold weather and; in sum ONL GIRLS
to Miami Beach after spending MR. AND )n s. DIGGES AT HOME mer, retards the passage of heat ( Ii IiL
TO GUESTS NEW YEARS DAY from the roof through the ceilings. (4E9
the here with her ,
holidays parents
Joists aa a'rule are set on sixteen-
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Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Rogero. 'inch centers. Since the boards are II II
Mr. and Mrs. E.' W; Digges were !
(forty-eight inches wide, they can Ij I
Miss Marguerite Goodman returned at home to ,their friends Tuesday be put on with very little sawing. I
., to her home in Miami Wednesday from 4 to 7 p. m. at ''their home on I

after a weeks visit here with the: government reservation. One *Science has, discovered that light 1 j

it .. t Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman. hundred and fifty guests called during )foods eaten before, retiring promote OUR BEAUTIFUL :
-' the afternoon.The I restful sleep. The sleep of a group
''of children was improved 12 percent NEW WATERPROOF \ 1
dining room was decoratedin
Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Storey visited for their
by substituting ordinary i
BLUE?WHITE
friends here for several days this the holiday motif. The filet cloth
a light supper in
:, suppers
week. Mr. and Mrs. Storey were en- was graced by the tail red tapersin whicl the main dish consisted of TENT THEATRE PAINLESS .-1 1
York.I I silver holders the soft candlelight familiar PRICES'
route to New the easily. digested cornflakes
,, enhancing the festive scene. and milk., ..* DONT FORGET THE DATE!
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.. ... Mrs. R. M. Hare is spending the POSITIVELY EMPHATICALLY II II
'week-end in West Palm Beach as FRIDGE, CLUB AT MBS. HALL'S THE LARGEST PRETTIEST. I
,. FASTEST STEPPING
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. "We have come, to a time when MO BEST COSTUME ADULTS Fog I

: ':':' ''', Worth. Mrs. H. R. Hall was hostess to our need is to discover more fully CHORUS UNDER CAN'AMERICA Sl. BiGGER. gsHo
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I ,'. -- the bridge club at its bi-weekly and to direct more purposefully BETTER.FU'MRX. ATM EVER fCRTHEWIS d OfHE ?
-' Miss Jane Harrington left this meeting Wednesday afternoon. useful channels that greatest of all

morning after spending two weeks Guests were Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs. natural resources. the genus: of the

, ..i / ... I here with her father, J. J. Harring 1.: M. Pafford, Mrs. G; C. Poole, Mrs.C. younger generation."-President

j .. .. ({ ton. W. McDonald, Mrs. G. B. Thomas Roosevelt.
Mrs. G. ,M. McFadden and Mrs. R.
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\ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Flanders and A. Ballard. Farmers should get in touch with I I

'. Phyllis Flanders of Moore Haven Mrs. Poole held high score and Florida farm debt adjustment officials 1 1LADIES.F

were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. received an oven-bake pie plate, Mrs. before they allow foreclosure 'R K. THIS DATE !!!

". W. F. Simpson Tuesday: evening.Mr. Ballard received a handkerchief for on their farm. (*CCO"'P_NICO BY ONE PAID ADULT TICKET ) f
consolation, and Mrs..McFadden wona I SO MANY ,GIRLS YOU WONT BE ABLE TO COUNT 'EM!
and Mrs. John Dotterer returned tray for the lucky cut. DOORS OP N.7/5' p,4'OyEPTURI1Ohl'CURTAM RISES 85PMTHE
Wednesday from Charleston, LOST-Upper and lower dental "c
; GREATEST TEAM GF LAUGH PRODUCERS IN AMERICA )MOUHG OLD
."'_' "S. C., where they spent the holidays plate Sunday night, probably near COUPLE* *'r,. MIss &-'W/f MACK/ A'"" FUNNY .0'D"l AY' ___
f visiting ,his parents. TEA AT PATTERSONHOME road to sugarmill. Return.to; H. A. ___ CAL WEST DES FAvOstrt eiAC vfaCE COMEDIAN,

HONORS VISITORMrs. Reynolds, Latham Building, or
":." Mrs. 'Ray Macintosh left Tuesday News Office. It

.' for Winter Haven where she will R. Y. Patterson entertainedwith CLEWISTON, ONE NIGHT ONLY i
meet her mother and they will con- afternoon tea Wednesday for :
tinue on S' Washington, D. C., for Miss Jane Harrington. The guests CLEWISTON GIFT SHOP'announces FRIDAY, JANUARY 11TH

a visit. Included Miss Harrington, Mrs. M. a special discount sale on' all Tent Located Next to City Hall
W. Bigg, Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs. F. D. mirrors and pictures. Values are
s Duff, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. O. F.
and Mrs. J. McLure
Mr. F. were worthy of your: consideration. It
':. Schiffli:; Mrs. WL M. Redelsheimer,

.' ment hosts reservation at their home to Lieutenant on the govern-,and Mrs.\ J. P. Percy, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, ...!.....!.......!................................................................................;.!......!.-........................................................................'.....:..'

I Mrs. W. H. Mills and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. H. J. B. .:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:.:..: :..: ..:---:..:..:..: -- -
,. E. W. Digges New Year's Eve. Scharnberg; Mrs. W. C. Owen, and ..s'. ,'.!:'
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Mrs. W. C. Prewitt. l New and Used
Mrs. G. E. Etherton, Van Bush, Mrs. Patterson presented the hon- v v i
Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Mrs. A. W. Law- oree with a box of attractive writing I '
:\: FURNITURE :: : I
\ rence and Mrs. A. W. Sias were i paper. Tea. coffee, .sandwiches and i CLEWISTON 60LF

...jIi, Wednesday visitors in West Palm cake were served.NEWLYWEDS f 5 y Y
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Beach. y

Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff and WITH SURPRISE HONORED SHOWERMr. :!s: BELLE GLADE :.:. i COURSE i J :

Captain and Mrs. N. L. Hemenway :: ,
FURNITURE COMPANY ,
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;,' spent New Years Eve in Palm Beach. | ... I .t..
,-,:;;',' The Hemenways left from Palm and Mrs. R., M. Hare, jr., xi '

Beach Tuesday morning for their whose marriage occurred Christmas: |:i:., Belle Glades Florida :i: A ,. .:i.:

home in Blacksburg, Virginia. night, were given a surprise shower ., > ,.. :
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To ,
Thursday evening by a group ,of j .s'; .fl'j :. '::. I I IV
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Trainor en- friends who called at their home in :
tertained for their friends New the Schult apartments with many .:":":":::":":..:":.':":":":":":.':":.':.':":":'-: :":":..:. I :

i Year's Eve. Guests were Mr. and lovely and useful gifts. ----- i
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Mrs. G. M. MacFadden, Mr. and Mrs. Dancing and refreshments' were .1
R. N. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. enjoyed later at the Clewiston Drug
Nebiker, and Al Trainor. company. Included in the party were You Wreck 'Em j L Open to the Public i
Miss Betty Spicer. Miss Alice Willits, !

Mr. and Mrs. C. B. VanLandingham of South Bay, Mrs.! Elsie Cothern. We Fix 'Em

and daughter, Connie, of Jacksonville Dir and Mrs. A, W. Lawrence, Ed __ ___ .s,
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spent the early part of the Ward, Halson Avant, Van Bush, PAINTING BODY AND .. -- .s.v

-. week here visiting Mr. and -Mrs.' F. Harry Knight and Richard Bestor. FENDER WORK s, I

{f. R. Maxwell. Mrs. Maxwell and Mr. 1 TOPS SEAT COVERSUI'IIOLSTERY .. y'z'I

VanLandingham are brother and ....-oII!',, 'z.. ''I
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.f.iJ.;: sister. OPEN HOUSE WEDNESDAY Done by An Expert y y
; : ',' ... Clewiston attending v
from Service
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'. : .. the New Year's Eve dance in Mrs. F. R. Maxwell held open f i Y

.,.,.' I, rPahokee Monday evening were Miss house for her friends Wednesday. Work Guaranteed.Prices Reasonable. :;: Moderate Green Fees I ::=

." Spicer, Ed Ward, Miss Evelyn evening at the Watanabe Hotel.
Betty
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R. M. Hare, jr., :Miss Marguerite and Mrs. M. H. Crouch, Mr. and Mrs. PIONEERService :! Greens :
1" f Goodman Emmett Shelley, Mr. and Bill McCracken, Mr. and Mrs. A. O. : Interesting

-'c :: Mrs. M. H. Crouch Mr. and Mrs. C. Ward and Mildred Ward, Mr. and Station :. x

:.<( H. Berner, Dr. and Mrs. Paul wing, Mrs. c. B. VanLnl1dlt1 hnm, Mrs, W BELLE GLADE PHONE 10 ,

lar Mr Jftlio and Mrs.Dfiggera G, B, Joe Miner Johnson, Joo, But-Carl., C. HooUer., Mr.Mr and and Mrs Mrs.Paul K. S Ewing, MeMullen -: Wrecker Service at All Hours i :<
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FlMEY' WeVE TRIED To MAKE THIS MOT SO

ToU&H >EG HI n Ii;hull
WQN _SEE: WHAT YOU CAM PO- SORpID

YoU HAVE A WAV WELL NovJ

WITH You _._.. \j Yls sow YOU EXACT AMOUNT t
MAKE Q11T7 r ,-

The teacher asked the children In '
51fjt 1 her room how many had banks Theyall .i
ROOM l had.

"How many of you know exactly
how much money Is In your bank?"
Only one little hand was lifted.
Ic "Now. Fred,""said the teacher "are
o.
you, sure that you know how much Is In
9 your bank:??: '
Fred was sure he did.
"All right, ''then, you tell] us." Iii I J1;

)c .6 "There's nothing In It yet," said Fred hI
Indianapolis News.
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Kick-I want this message delivered I
pronto, understand? l
So .HI: WOULP '-( pN SN RUC? 3UT Buck-Absolutely, sir. i lf r

coNFe s "fqetA" SEz Ha wr7 }IE SEZ HE"teLL Top Kick-You know' on your way
wouLDi' you pass that"bar on the left hand side f
6'UP bos'J IT, $UT-- of the road?
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--MAT OL.t Buck-Yes, sir. 1

MAPJ,>:N f L HE" WUt S'ORRyJ Top Kick-Well, pass It.-Army and \ '

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Probably about now you have de-' i l
cided that you just must have a
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satin frock. You're right I And hereis

the model, you have been seekingin
C4eet. ro .w.paper Unfon I r
which
to make It. It is a dress

you can wear afternoon or eveningand

"Brown reminds always look:,smart The jabot is
I me. of a donkey
THE FEATHERHEADS .JS.S:r:: ..- Reflections on Clothes sometimes." not just an ordinary jahot but some-

"Yes he does make an ass of himself thing cut in one with the yoke and I
... 11 quite often." Joined_in the bodice on new and f'
ALL RIGHTALU RIGHT WHATSA MATTER WITH GOOD "
chic ,
principles. The
very sleeves
I'LL I (SET.A NEW SLUT- OLD SCHMIPPS ? IVE BEEN The Urge Toward Art too do things differently and while,
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BUT I'LL JET IT AT ; GETTING ALL MY. CLOTHES "Do you make life-size enlargementsfrom there Is nothing different about the \I

SCHNIPPS THERE--- snapshots asked the girl. pleats at ,the. bottom of the skirt
WHY MOT <30 | jx "Certainly miss," answered the pho- front and back, they afford graceful
To A BETTER _r-f YES! AND LOOK tographer. "That's our specialty." movement for the slim panels .

,_ TAILOR I } yrS r* AT 1 HEM/I "Well," said the girl "let's see what Pattern 20_0 i Is available in sizes ;!

DQM'T-- 1r1 (A SUCH CLOTHESLs /. you can 'do with this picture of the 16, IS, ,20, 34, 30, 38, 40, 42, 44 and ;1
Grand Canyon." 40. Size 36 takes 4% yards 39 Inch ,

7-9( g k 1, v x: f-' '/ SharetheWorkThe ing fabric.. Instructions Illustrated Included.step-by-step sew"j:"j

Send FIFTEEN CENTS
teacher was! having her trials (15c .
and finally wrote the mother: "Your coins 5r stamps (coins preferred) :

son is the brightest boy in my class, for this pattern. Write plainly name It
but he is also the most mischievous. address and style number. BE SURE "'
What shall I do?" 'LTO'SrP.A.TE: SIZE.

The reply came duly: "Do as you Address orders to Sewing Circle
1 please, I am having my own troubles Pattern Department 243 West Seventeenth .

with his father.-Kansas City Star. Street New York City. ,..


His Fault POLITICIAN' ;
Teacher (after recess)-Percy, why I SHREWD

WELL--THEY MAY NOT BE" are you crying?
/ FANCY BUT THEY WEAR- les-- ITS A Percy Harold kicked me In the, What Is the secret of your reputation
stomach. as a great leader?"
L -SUIT FOR, SHINING EXAMPLE
TAKE. THIS Teacher-Harold, did you mean to "My:: skill In guessing what was
/ EAMPUE IVE HAD IT kick Percy in the stomach? sure to occur and then loudly adv \

( FOR (EARS Ir Harold-Naw, he turned around Just eating It.-\Vashington.Star.
when I kicked.
1 Defined

r :THE QUESTION Wee Betty-:Mother, I feel 69(
'cited IMother
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2Weu.rn \ s -Excited, dear? I don't

.. .. think you know what ,excited means.
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V. Wee Betty-Why, it's being In a
t '" hurry all over.


The Answer to That One

"Were you ever kissed the old

maid was asked. .....
)rI. "Well If I should die tomorrow It

|. would not be from curiosity," she re-
1 pll Cincinnati Enquirer.
I.i i I. hI.wspap.r UotoaI.
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I Not Alarming UP TO REPUTATION
Skeptical
Prison Guard-Ten prisoners have I I I "Professor Bugg' says, there are 10,-
"Sure said Pat pointing toward his
broken out! 000,000 germs on a dollar bill. That
? heart, "it here where I
was was struck sounds "
Warden-Have Imaginative, eh?
you sounded the
"
the
by enemies' bullets-
alarm? "It does. Where did the professor
Mike looked dubiously at him.
"
Guard-No, I got the doctor: I think get a dollar bill.
"
"Ay, man, he said "sure and If ye
it's
smallpox.
had been shot '' the
'through heart ye'd Too Good to Miss
J' ,have been killed."
At a dog show a lady was negotiating -
Plowing' With a Stick Pat shook his head.
,,', "What's your Idea of the purchase of a pup bred from i
"Ye're
: a gentleman wrong Mike lad/ he replied. I JI i
prize parents. "The parents of this
farmer .
"At the time I was shot me heart Win : "
.;. "lie's a person" answered Farmer me mouth.-Answers ,Magazine. dog said the owner proudly "were
"I had a restless night. 1 dreamedI never beaten, ma'am."
Corntossel "who Is so well fixed that
had an appointment with you and "Dear me," exclaimed the lady
he can waste profanity on a golf ball A Little Less of Something'HeYou
instead you were more than an hour late so I "what well-behaved dogs they must
of on a mule. .
got tired of waiting and woke up." are always wishing for have been; I'll take the pup."
"You mean thing. You might have what you haven't got.
t- COWS AND CHICKENS"He slept a little longer. You knew I'd She-Well,, what else can one wish
Don't Trust Him
be there in a minute." for? -
f "Why won't you go to my dentist ?
I WINTER TOGS you know he Is a charming man.'
The ResultA

farmer, who wished to investigate ... fidence-at"Yes, but the the party fellow last Inspires night he no triedto con- I
". ilallr the "huge profits" of the middleman,
i draw a champagne cork and broke
,
sold a consignment of eggs to a London it" :i'

firm. On three one halfpence egg he wrote for this: "I egg received ;- .

: how much did you pay?" Back Shortly
Is pretty good at driving a truth Some months later the farmer received Husband (after quarrel-Good-by;
home." a reply written upon the notepaper I'm going to= the ends of the'earth.
I "Yes he's good driving anything of a theater: I Wife-All right And while you're

home. He started In early life with "I received your egg absolutely' gratis. Bug-No wonder you'renot'cold with there you might get the evening paper .
t cows." ."-Labor. i all that fur on. I and some fish and chips for supper. >wti a:

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. : 1JJ rJJ Introduction of Table ;' .].




\J" Fork Aid to Cookery .


INCREASED DEMAND .J

FOR POULTRY, EGGS We are told that not only fingers Surely the fork has:: done a grt-nt'' .

but knives and spoons were made deal to simplify and advance the art .-J

before forks. While the use of the of cookery by encouraging th taste .j

Expansion of Industry Now spoon and Knife dates far hack into for solid foods and natural flavors.

antiquity, it was not until the early It has also made possible the servingof

Seems Assured.By Sixteenth century that forks ap- delicate slices of meat, had furthermore '.

s\i<'. peared upon the tables of the nobility it promotes cleanliness at <,1
,
Roy S., Dearstyne, Head of North Carolina of Italy. ,the table in contrast to the days ,,
; State College Poultry Department. The story that a woman of when bowls :
: goes finger were a dire neces- :
WNU Service
: The Increased demand for poultryand very dainty tastes, the wife of the sity. It has also_encouraged. the use,

.'i.E doge of Venice, who would not soil of finer table linens. j
fresh .productlon
$ eggs over: present
$ >; is leading to a conservative expansionof her fingers with meat but conveyedbits Some of the very first forKS were .

the poultry Industry. Hatcheriesare of food to her mouth with a really works;: of art. The three which }

t&y already booked far ahead, and indications golden two-pl'on r ed fork of her own Queen Elizabeth kept as curios were '

point a favorable season for Invention, was responsible; for the I described as "one of crystal garnished 1

the hatchery Industry.The tlrst fork known to history. with gold and sparks of .

development: of hatcheries leadsto From Italy forks were then intro- garnets-another of coral slightly ...

.a,,balanced Industry, since the poul duced into England by a. gentleman, garnished with gold-and a_third of ":

1i '$ [:.Y r.. L/1 trymen utilize the superior products of Thomas Coryate, who had'' been favorably gold, garnished with two little rubles : !

( S the ,hatchery In Improving their flocks impressed by the Italian use two pearl pendants and a .

JI! and the ,hatcheries; pay premiums for of forks while on a visit to that coral." .

good eggs from the poultrymen. The country. The English, ,ho\vever, did History tells us that the first forks ..
interdependent not at first take kindly to the innovation to be made in America were made T..
two phases of the Industry are
" 7JjE but looked on forks as an affectation by John Noyes of Boston, about 1705.( '.

> As the. mating season approaches, of superiority. And there These forks, which have sliver handles .' .S

'' poultrymen n should start putting their came a saying: "Who'would make and steel prongs, are now In ,

\ I Ii brooding and housing equipment in hay of his food and pitch,,it into l Is the Boston museum. From these ..,'.;
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good condition and lay plans'for 'managing mouth with a fork?" But finally its have evolved the common table forks '

their flocks for a successful very usefulness won for it a per- which we today consider practically i

season manent place at the table.LISTEN. Indispensable.with "

\ Probably the most Important factorin
j
the success or failure of the coming'

year lies in the quality of baby chicks )

hatched or purchased. If the chicksare
T + + right lever and then watch. In this IN SATURDAY \
of proven stock, high in vitalityand
case the right lever Is old Foxton."

'I''ITHENEWYEARI!i! planning.They went into a huddle of secret blood-testing descended parents from, high no amount producing of, F i \\2-5 p. m. E. S. T.)t

equipment, care In feeding or manage-
$.' By GEORGE COOPER At twelve that night they were to hold ment will develop a quality flock. j 1-4p.m. C.S.T.J

M i in Indianapolis News it especial celebration. They could counton The production of quality chicks is
Old Foxton. The the
moment big- expensive, but it Is well worth the extra t METROPOLITAN GRAND OPERADirect
bell began to clang that wouldbe
". TTT dd 1.-T'T d{kid TT{+T.T cost. Constant culling to eliminate
the first Instant of the first minuteof from its New York announced by Geraldine
low producers, blood tests, and sanitation stage
\ A SONG for the Old' the New Year. Exactly 1 There was and feeding costs money. But a Farrar.Complete Operas...three hours...all NB C Stations.
While its knell is tolled, something fine and dependable In the
few cents difference In the price of a
And its parting moments fly! thought of Old Foxton, they said. Gave
chick may mean a difference of 50 eggsa LISTERINE FOR SORE THROAT
But a song and a cheer 'you confidence in the human ra'ce. He
year in the production of the bird
For the glad New Year, was as right as Father
While we watch the-Old Year die! Time himself.: when it .has matured. '\

Oh! its grief and pain At one minute of r ''j.1
Ne'er can come again, twelve where Chew for Beauty chewing gum-one or two
par- Good Plan to Caponizeto sticks. After a few seconds, begin
And its care lies buried deep; ties were in
progress
the exercise by tossing the head
Make Cockerels Pay Advised
But what joy untold every one Models
from side to side. Then
Doth the New Year hold stopped talking, What to do to make the cockerels open youfmouth
as,wide as can. Close IV :;
And what hopes within it sleep They waited expec- bring a larger return Is always moreor you -- -,
I gradually, and all the while endeavor
tantly. The minute less of a problem. For those who z 'S.4': "t
\ ;: A song for the Old, :;' hand crept on to raise the lighter breeds such as Leg- '- >: -, to chew your gum." 2'

While its knell is tolled twelve. Lips were I- horns, the best thing to do is to dis- This exercise is designed to toiw ,';T'

1.:. With a grander, broader zeal, opened In readinessto '' pose of them as broilers Just as soon the muscles of the chin and lower

And a forward dew shout with the art -as possible, says a writer in Successful jaw. Others promote a fine neckline

Let us greet,the New, first ringing of the Farming. This will probably be when and beautiful cheeks.Cosmopolitan .

L Heart and purpose ever leal! great bell. But no the young males weigh In the vicinity
''' '
: ',-.i.: Let the ills we met, sound came clangIng of one and a quarter pounds. The College .,;'
And the sad regret over the rooftops sooner they can be marketed the bet- The Harvard Graduate School of ,

With the Old be buried deep; only the small tinkles of their ter. With the heavier breeds, such as : Arts and Sciences, It Is reported, was :

For what joy untold own clocks chiming the hour. Plymouth Rocks, Rhode Island Reds, attended by students from 209 Arner. '

r f ;: '" Doth the New Year hold SILENCE 1 Nothing more. or Wyandottes, It is a different propo- lean colleges and universities and

._ And what hopes within it sleep! They waited. At ten minutes past sition. sixty-nine foreign institutions last

the hour the big bell sounded Its In this case, if there is a good private year. Forty-six states find twenty-

twelve deep notes. Clocks were set broiler' market, or if good pricescan two foreign countries were repre-

Jhe/uqhi back ten minutes. Even those people be obtained from a dealer, it Is sented In the attendance. ;

awakened from their sleep looked at probably good business to sell them. -

their watches and set them right with The usual demand for such broilers

the bell. is for stock weighing two pounds or .

Next day confusion reigned-often two and a half pounds.; If, however, PLATES I
the price Is not good enough to make
annoying but not serious. Radio programs Mouth Cl( r
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tuned something on them, It is a better planto % By Mail
were in ten minutes after ...
their beginning. hold them until they can put on Rythmic chewing, combined with

Mahtha, Two solemn youths, unnaturallygrave enough weight to qualify as small exercises of the head and neck, was '\ Roofless S15.00
roasters, weighing at least four pounds. revealed recently at New York to
r'- were exhibiting their watches to Full .. $10.00
sunning this and that unconvinced citizen. "ButTou're If'there is a good' local private trade 2,000 models, members of the Models'
t
Thomas for capons, it will be worth the flockowner's Guild, as the newest beauty"formula.The 1
NEW YfAR'S wrong, both of you, declared You take your own impressionin
while to caponize a few when
Sromt advice came from a well-known
everyone. "We were all wrong.We
plaster the same as a
the males weigh about a pound or one
specialist In to a_ request
know It because we set our clocks by response dentist does.
and a quarter pounds. A private tradeis
the midnight bell." from the guild for information regarding -
the best kind to cater to when capons the Write Today for FREE Information

[HE town hall of the small "But The we boys," raised they laid surprised, "have eyebrows.correct are to be marketed. The pres- A dozen exercises system. are included in lMl.u.:AM.4 ND 11D.0. I
absence of such trade in
ence or a any
village of Landers had no 'railroad' time. Nobody In Landers' Is the complete routine. The Instructions -
should decide whether not DENTISTS
locality or MIAMI
I: ...: clock, but a bell In the cu- right but us!" for the one illustrated: "Start
k IJ-ijjG\\! pola. The was"one of It is desirable to caponize Many are 229 Shoreland Bldg., Miami,Fla.
\ Janitor
% It came out at last. It had to, of finding such a trade profitable, for they;
f those fussy fellows who Reference: First National Bank,Miami
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course. Old Foxton sputtered to his get from S to 12 cents a pound more
: al' make a positive creed of do- wife. His wife told a neighbor. The than they 'do for roasters.Substitute PARKER'S

I \ ing everything' the dot. news ran like wildfire. Though Inclinedto HAIR BALSAM OLD AGE PENSION INFORMATION

'....... [ He \ept his watch set "rail- be scandalized at first, the whole Removes Imparts Dandruff-Stops Color and Hair Falling ENCLOSE! STAMP

JiJl.t'I", road time," consequently when the old town laughed. It came to be consid- for GreensA Beauty to Gray and Faded Hair JUDGE tEELMAN, HUMBOLDT, KANS.
'r t "" GOe> and$1.00 at Druggists.HhcoxChem .
. '
.I : every one knew it was exactly one peated. food is alfalfa or clover hay, says a FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use in OLD ENVELOPES WANTEDI
minute of seven. The selectmen meta connectionwith Parker's Hair BalBam.Makea: the will buy old Confederate and United
minutes Before University of Missouri authority. To
Twenty the
midnight hair soft and fluffy.50 cents by mail or at druggists States letters and stampi. Look In your at-
\ .>>, '., there. The, ollices of the probate Judge Janitor In his cubby-hole found himself' feed, provide a rack '18 inches above .Hiscox ChemicalWorks,Patchogue,N.Y. tic.. JOHN F. GROVE, R. D. 3. York, Pa.YOUR .
were on the second floor. The town I bound, and not too the floor so that the chickens may pick

hall bad to be kept warm. When the roughly gagged. His at the leaves. If the hay Is baled it

t janitor' left at nightit watch was removed may be fed in the bale, simply turningthe

was exactly five la 4 from his pocket ,and bale over after the leaves from -

minutes past six. At held before his eyes. one corner have been consumed. The

six the bell pealedout 1 .I The minutes ticked .nconsumed portion may be used as lIt- TOWN

l its only ringingfor I themselves away ter. Others use from-5 to '10 per cent

the day, and peo- k until twelve. The alfalfa leaf meal In the laying mash. ,
I ple set their watches ,
'
[ old man writhed In

I :,;>. "Iy ItOld Foxton 4'. his bonds. Not a Poultry ChatterA
had a sou n 'from the YOUR STORES
;< ? cubby-hole of his
,.... r own where he could steeple. hen's shell for her. egg is superiorto
'. Five minutes past -
any cellophane.
'
rest and smoke
: ten minutes *
when he wasn't
t r busy. It was the past the hour. Then Turkey hens may be prevented from

cu st om' on New the slow clanging of flying by slipping an old stocking leg community includes the
twelve strokes. OUR
i Tear's eve, for the. over their wings .
--- --- Foxton '
never discovered who kept farm homes surroundingthe
tows nail bell to
ring out at midnIght.
him In his chair or who rang the belL
.. Une of Georgia figures Us annual poultry
the
youths who
had
long coveted -
Bandit-wise swathed The stores
handkerchief
a town. town are-
production $40,000,000 live stock
:
r. Y .. tnt fun of New Year's eve bell.
all but the eyes of his Jailer. When the
$72,250,000 and dairy products at $20-
f :';'' ringing held a conference with ,a last stroke sounded, the stranger untied 000,000. there for the accommodation and
\ friend. "Have you ever thought," said
Foxton's arms. lie swiftly left,
I *
this tnlerprislng young man, "what a to serve the people of our farm
locked the door, anJ threw the key
Black combs Indicate liver
disease
J J )Joke It would be to have ,
the whole
\, town late for a day?" through the transom. By tho time the ptomaine poisoning and congestion of homes.The merchants who advertise
old man had freed himself there wasn'tso the lungs. Blackhead also show
may
--- Hlu friend cocked up his ears. much as a sound In the entire build some symptoms. "specials" are merchants who
"It's possible for one individual to
*
send the lives of a thousand people ing."It's can meet all com
.; a good Idea, Just' the same, A national survey has determined are sure they
,
Into a tailspin of unpunctuality remarked one solemn youth to another,
5.45,000,000 is lost annually by the and
in both quality prices.
over a mere matter of ten minutes. "for a person lot to be right nil of American poultry Industry as a result petition
'
They stared at each other, a slow grin
the time!I" of improper methods of producing and
rowing ->n tnelr faces. "You pull the
Western Newspaper Unloo. handling eggs.



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PAGE EIGHT THU CLEWIST,ON NEWS H FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1033i

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i ice plant will be used as a founda- 'ROAD 07 SURFACING is "Everything that we do with intent

Ii' LOOK NICE, EH? 'I tion for the "new building with a.. COMPLETED THURSDAY to increase the security of the

minimum of alteration I individual will, I am confident, bea
(Moore Haven Democrat) stimulus to
Mr. Williamson was in town Tues- I recovery.-President
The surfacing of State Road 67
to view the that has.
day progress Roosevelt.'I
through :Moore Haven, which was
'been made and is very optimistic i,I :
halted temporarily last Saturday 4I1
over the outlook for, the new busi- "
I when the contractors ran short of
ness. If the manufacture of the feed. material was finished Wednesday to FEWER A

is found to be practicaJ, and he feels connect with the surfacing at the

that It will be proven by' early sum- I court house and by Thursday afternoon -

mer, his plans include the installa- I all of the intersections and odd COLDS _:
'|j pieces ,of the work had been com-
tion of two more of t.ie driers with
f
Upleted Aside from the cleaning up'
a capacity for the plant:: of eighty tai a few asphalt spots and minor HEtP PREVENTSMANY tOlDS
I
tons a day. details; the work is complete and was

The grass being planted is a native < -' turned over to traffic Thursday

and roots are, being ob- morning.
grass ESTIMATES FURNISHED: ON
tained in quantity from the Tom A crew has been at work this REQUEST
near Liberty Point. A' week extending the culverts through
.............. ..,." ,u ," Adair place town to give room for shoulders I
';V;"% "*"'1 shipment of other grasses is expected. C. E. STEBEL
soon and these will be plantedin the pavement having been built wid-

I' BILLROYS COMEDIANS FAMOUS BEAUTY CHORUSNot an experiment to determine their !er than was first intended. Electrical ContractingPHONE
adaptability. Mr. Williamson :also Completion of this section elim-
states that experiments are being inates for good any detours on the 2121
all, gentle readers, but Justa which is playing to thousands of carried on now with Egyptian wheat,. highway, the pavement being com- PAHOKEE FLORIDA
few of the many; beautiful girls people nightly. The night that the which is an excellent muck crop, and. pleted across the county. Moore

who will grace the stage of Bill roy's chow plays here, all ladies, accom- he believes the plant" will be able/I Haven is now connected with the Agent for
Comedians, "The Greatest Showon of this; 'states network of paved roads anda
acreage
large
quite
a
panied by one paid adult ticket will to use GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS
Earth for the Money" when they feed by summer. : motorist may go from here to almost -
crop
play Moore\ Haven next Saturday:I be admitted absolutely free and we I any point in the state at the RANGES AND

Night, January 12th, in their brand miss our guess completely if ,the big '. I i present time without ever having to APPLIANCESYOUR
new, positively guaranteed water- tent is not) filled to capacity, as thisis CARD OP THANKSWe I leave the pavement.

proof, blue and white tent theatre, one'sliow that has kept faith with ,
located on the ball field next to the the public, weathered the depressionin wish to express our sincere,!

High School. Fan dancers, rhumba fine style, has never been known thanks to each and every--one foil',l

dancers, balero dancers, carioca to present anything' but a modern their many deeds of kindness to us HOME IS YOUR CASTLE

dancers, tap dancers, girls galore, up-to-the-minute show. The doors to- in our hour of"' grief and sorrow I. Admit only dean, constructive news by reading
laughs a plenty, seventy-five people the big tent open at 7:15 P. M. r brought by the sudden and untimely THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITORA
and fifteen vaudeville acts, all som- Overture by Bob Fisher's Palais f death. of our son and brother, Carl. ,
Daily Newspaper for tho Home
and Mrs. C. R. Varnadoe,
Orchestra at 7:30 and the Mr.
bine this the greatest tented organ-J: Royale I It give* ill the constructive world news but doe. not exploit crime and ...
ization in America under canvas, curtain rises at 8:15 P. M. sharp. I' and family, I I. tcendal. H.. interesting feature pages for all the family on Women'. -
Mr. and Mrs. Judson Leo i Activities, Homemaking, Gardens, Education and Books. Also pages for ",
Varnadoe I the Children cad Young Folks. Vigorous editorials and an interpretation of
I'I' new ih the "March ot the Nation Column are of special interest to mto
erected has all been cleared off and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer A. Now-
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY ; I --------- ---------
for ling, The Christian Science Publishing Society
the foundation put in readiness
One Norway Street. Boston. Massachusetts \
(Continued from page 1) Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Gordon. Please enter MY subscription to The ChrLatlan Science Monitor for a
the setting up of the de-hydrator im period of
the loss of entire crops of fruit and Qo.'yeer$9.00 Three months .2.25
mediately. A small storage house is harder to provide Six month 4 SO One monthSo
vegetables, those who were fortu- I "''ork relief is
nate enough to have saved theirs, being erected on the location this"Teek than an outright dole and will require 2Pem1.......... ..............,.........;..................o...... ..............

will find prices better than they have \ and as soon as the drier is more careful planning but its Street........................j....... .....,.................,..........:........

been for years. set up construction will start on the benefits will more than repay the City........i........,...........,...... ..State.................................
Our winter visitors wi11-leave millions necessary buildings., It is said that effort."-_Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Ga Sample Copy on Request
of dollars in the state. Gaso- the old concrete foundation of the zette.

line taxes} and the state revenue .
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from this will probably -- -
racing year
exceed all previous years and this .fIIIIIIIP \. I"IIIIIIIli! I IIlIIII! 111111111111111 1111"i IIIIIK lllllllllllIlliot\jilllil: \ llnTIllTIrui llIlI"'HII"" 1111I111I"lIltI7J IIlIIIIIIIIII'' IHIIIIIIIIIII \. 111111I11I1111 IIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIII. IIIIIIIIIIIIII'SiIIIIIIlIlliI'r\:! '!;:!} iffiIT'Ia..........

revenue will aid in relieving the I

burdens of the local taxpayers.Real .
estate concerns all over the
state report constant sales. Homes c : ;, \f ..<,:. "::;;.; t II

'u__ and small farms are in demand. ,. \ '., f"'.,.">,....""' ..- ..,;...--,-"",,"'-
Many prospective investors are looking '

about the state for business op I

portunities.I ', .
,
know one chap who came to ,
Florida three months ago and -

bought a small cigar and drink stand

for $100. It had never paid and the :
t 0cI7Ldci U C K
location was not particularly good, y
yet the business has shown steady

improvement. He is making a comfortable t
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living from, it now and has .. ,': .
refused several offers to sell, the ?) ..:, .. t' .

:' last one being $500 in cash. ". {
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1935 is Florida's Year-let's make ... I cxc'I1Ltp'.uta ;
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the most of it! "\: .

.' EVERGLADES -

;";;,. Whence came tjie word "Ever- ':; fertile fields have produced garden truck crops averaging t I

'. ;- glades?" asks an exchange and A. ( in value for the five When more people realize 'y '
: : H, Andrews, of the Estero Eagle, 33,000,000 past years. -_ f
t r.
explains it thusly: "A glade is an I i F
I in Florida and
--- the importance of winter vegetable production marketing
f area in forest.
Open or grassy a i }; r t
{. It comes from an old Anglo Saxon
"5 word* meaning "bright." It has the methods are perfected, thousands of now idle :acres will paY a profitable. .:'I<'

same origin as the word 'glad.' Sud- ; /. ( \t : ;: ,

denly emerging' from a dense, dark revenue. .
.
.; forest, it is easy to see how the word
of the
of all fresh fruit and'vegetables
Florida ships ten per cent
....' glade was applied to an open, sunny,

LT grassy area.: Although the word'ever' than this state's total land is !
United States from less 300,000 acres-yet area 4_. .
applies to time, it serves as
well as an exetnsive prefix. Count- I II
utilized for farm
35,000,000 acres, of which 5,000,000 acres are purposes.
less little glades between fingers of I I

rocky pinewoods explains: how the := liberal cash F >'
1 Vegetable growing sections, properly farmed;bring returns. -
C term 'ever' in the sense of 'all' came .
'. ,
-" into being to signify that vast with worth of '
Federal reports credit Palm Beach county over $1,000,000
: stretch of sawgrass in the bowl
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south ;and east of Lake Okeechobee, with worth of
Seminole $2,500,000
: nap beans in a single season, county
.), known for years as the Evergreen .

"'''. Everglades. Writing in 1575 Fon-I celery and Dade county with tomatoes valued at 1600000..
.
-' tanedo mentions a lake by the name

'.-' of Mayaimi, which he translates into !I Florida leads the nation in the production of celery, tomatoes, snap L'j r..
",14 'very large.' Miami is a Calusa word ; I
:":'.'. meaning 'big lake,' the same as j beans cucumbers and Irish ;
.: Okeechobee in Seminole.-Florida I eggplant, peppers potatoes.. I

, .. 'Times-Union. I Florida has demonstrated that she has the climate, the soil, the facilities, !
k
:. PARA GRASS PLANTING HAS I Our must t r
for leadership in dozens of agricultural crop products. resources
i.:;,:. STARTED IN MOORE HAVE

'r:SJ;: ,''.' -' _, be developed-by bringing more people here, increasing our consumer 11
iit.; (Moore Haven Democrat)

X The work of planting Para grass markets and enlacing our volume of trade. We need the business and \.
on the sixty or seventy acres of land

'r that has been cleared in the north- we can get it by selling the world on our ability to serve and to produce. A ,, ..
:: west corner of the townsite between

,I' / Highway 67 and the A. C. L. rail- unified national advertising compaign will tell our story, convincingly, to a 'r* .

road, started last, week and is going .....

; forward rapidly The work is under hundred million people who have never seen Florida. LetV advertise -- 4r -
: the direct supervision of J. G. All- -'--- -- --" :
: f t hands, who, with F. L. Williamson I I for RESULTS 1ij. ."WI ::
of Fort Myers, is interested in the I 1i .

cultivation of the grass to be made '_
into dairy feed in a plant soon to be ,The AU Florida Committee is a non l] '" "'.. t ""'
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erected. Otto Larsen is foreman in I partisan, nonprofit organization for ". !t.g r

charge of the planting. : the promotion of Florida's welfare a*' / .

The drier, or dehydrator, for the : I I1 D A't
\.k\ i a whole. Study these weekly an- ; cA11
.' : feed plant arrived here Monday by I
boat from Miami and a crew started. li > aouncemcnts carefully so thai you may .

... to work Tuesday;: afternoon unloading !lii know Florida and thus be better1 C 0 M M TEE

;'' ., the heavy machinery. The. weight i_ fitted to co-operate in its prosperity I I II
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of the machine is said to'be about -I I II
fifty-fivo tons. I i I l
The site of the old ice .i Plant, I
Where the now { efl I mill will be 1.Jllilli1! J.tiW ;": ''l L .' t ( IlI.Ull! JI ]@LlWUlJlllJ I 111 I llllll --e "LIl !I p1





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