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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 18, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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:': VOLUME: 9, NUMBEIl 1 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1933 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 A YEAR



',1:j. SCHOOL BOARD IS 'Visiting Pupils Enjoy WELLS AND ROYAL Sourmugs Win Prizes SCOPE OF ARMYENGINEERS "'::1

Trip Thru Sugar House At Kennel Club ShowsA .

( ORGANIZED; TWO I HEAVIEST LOSERS IN' WORK

f. A group of approximately fifty quartet of English'bulldogs,

children from the South Bay school owned and exhibited by T. B. Shel-
NEW MEMBERS LAKE HARBOR FiRE GIVEN IN ARTICLE
1 : : : made an inspection trip through the ley and J. 'G. Sheffield' came hom'efrom J JEditor's

t j Clewiston sugar house of 'the U. ,S. two American Kennel Club :

I Sugar corporation Friday. Mrs. G. shows this week with a number of "
it'( Drew Hampton of LaBelle was The Clewiston Fire department ( note: :;
J. Barstow and Mrs. J. W. Rashley first and second prizes. The shows
elected ,chairman of the ; board of
-i- new accompanied the children, who made I was called to Lake: Harbor, a small were held in Orlando on Mondayand The work of the United States ."(
1 public instruction for Hendry county
the trip to Clewiston in a bus pro- community 11 miler,' southeast at in Miami yesterday. Engineer .Department has been .. i
which' met for its first meeting I
.1 at the court house in LaBelle Saturday vided through the courtesy of Ar-, the entrance of the Miami Canal to "Dusky Rhoda" and "Blondie brought forcibly to the attention of ";1 II

: f :.,' thur Wells. were exhibited by Mr. Shelley, "Dus- the Everglades
: afternoon. Mr. Hampton has Lake Okeechobee Tuesday night to section through the f
.I!' The regular visitors trip was giv- ky" went winner's bitch, the best
: just completed a two year term as assist vast project on Lake Okeechobee ,:
:.t in extinguishing: a fire that ::
: en the youngsters, who were guidedby female of the show In Orlando, but
# '.': :. chairman of the board. Other members -
.r .. ,.. A. P. Love, sugar company employee raged for three hours, completely lest to ""Zanzibar", a male from which nas been under constructionfor .
- M. E. Von :Mach of Clew-
are who is the' regular guide on I destroying four buildings and causing Charleston, who was judged best of the past few years. The work ':
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: : iston and Jim Maddox of Felda, both .
: '.' duty at the mill. All the details of breed. ,"Zanzibar" also defeated is under the direct_ supervision of the-
serving their first term. ( j damage estimated at $75,000.The -:
the operation of converting raw Sheffield's "Jiggs" winner's dog."Dusky" district office In Jacksonville. The
: The new board, after the election I Wells and Royal firm, operating following article "
1 into the American bred was prepared in.
.' .: sugar cane sugar were explained won
of its chairman, went immediately
: by Mr. Love to the school pupils a chain of groceries and the bitch class and the open-bred bitch the Jacksonville office and gives "

,t' into the problems confronting it. : who are preparing essays on the Wells and Royal lumber'" company' class, andBlondie"' was winner of something of the scope of the department's ,:;
The policies of the board were indicated '
manufacture of sugar in the 'Ever were the heaviest losers, their office ,two classes. novice and limit, the :work, particularly with
by the matters receiving
reference to planned for,
glades. latter including all but champion l projects
building and
first attention. A resolution was grocery warehouse
: suggested which will be ,,
appropriations requested -
s" j The pupils were from the fifth lumberyard being completely destroyed i
by Mr. Von Mach and promptly dogs.The
: I! of Congress. It will give
sixth show in Miami was held in
and grades. all The
agreed to by other members, that with their contents.
residents of this area a broader
I I I A stream of visitors the country-club ballroom; of the Miami conception .
1 whenever funds are not available to 'steady are Lake Harbor Feed and Supply company '
of the value of the division
Biltmore Hotel after-
t pay all salaries of teachers that the shown through the Clewiston mill operated by S. A. Bowen was yesterday of the state.) :
<* t." county superintendent and board through the courtesy of the cor- also razed, but a portion of its con- noon and presented keener compe-
t ; tition to the Clewiston I Few people in Florida, perhaps,
which sourmugs,
poration,
provides a trained several
tents including 50-gallon
'I'f members receive only a like proportion realize
altogether the of the
of their salaries. guide to explain to all who make drums of gasoline, was, removed. who still ranked among the best. scope
work in the which has
state been
;. the trip the operation of the "Dusky" again won in the American ,
var- the
The fire was discovered in
The] matter of safety in the pub-
and is being, carried on under the
all winners for winner'sbred
feated class
ious pieces'of ; late afternoon Perkins
by Bridgetender -
1'c school was emphasized by action .
supervision and direction of the
,hundred visitors from practically ev- and open bred classes, and de-
requiring regular and adequate fire who is stationed the locks. '
state the union have visited'the biUh, but again was defeated by United States Engineer Office in
drill in all county schools. The ery in The fire appeared to originate in the
Jacksonville. Some account of its
mill this season in' the seven i "Zanzibar"" for best of breed, "Zanzibar" -
question of :ranitatioii was discus- southeast corner of the office build- and'future.
past, present activities
-', sed :and: ,a high standard set for: the weeks since its opening on Novem- I ing, but its cause has not been de- winner's having dog."Okeechobee advanced. over "Jiggs"as should be of.interest to the many
ber
28th.
',:: ': protection of public health. The termined. ''Other buildings were endangered who are interested in the progressof

Clewiston district is complying with j I by the rapidly spreading Tubby, owned by the state, and who may not realize
all stateregulations for school bus Mr. and Mrs. Guy Larsen drove to flames and calls for assistance were Mr. Sheffield, won over "Blondie"for the part played in that

,._" safety, but some provision must be Venice yesterday, for Mrs. Larsen to made to Clewiston, Belle Glade and novice'' class. "Dusky" receiveda by this organization.Soon progre.sg

',.," made' for new busses and equipment consult a noted bone surgeon at the Pahokee, each of which sent its fire championship point at each show, after the War of 1812, h.
Sanitarium there. Mrs. Larsen'sarm to the giving her two of fifteen points necessary -
for other districts before July 1st fighting equipment: scene. the infancy of the nation, the duty
3;';" .': '. at which time the old busses must has failed to knit properly aft Bucket brigades were organized for' her classification as of maintaining and improving the

,, :- be removed 'from service to comply era, severe break which she suffered among sugar company laborers, who champion., navigable waters of the United

:'1, '."' : with state law. in a fall several weeks ago. happened to be' in the vicinity, and There has been much, local inter- States was delegated by Congress

:; '- The% school, board Instructed the flames were held partly in check 'est in the exhibition of the Clewis- I. to the War Department. and the)

;<_; :\_ ,,,. ', secretary to ask C. B. Treadway, in until the arrival of the fire 'engines ton: dogs.LOCAL.' : Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army, has

,...:(;:. .' charge of state public works administration CLUB ANNOUNCES from near-by towns. been discharging that duty intelli*

t<. !\ projects, ,for information I II I The Wells and Royal 'property was gently and effectively for more than
./: ,' concerning the use of federal owned by Arthur Wells and G. L.
money
I GOlFERS LOSE a century. Under the skillful planning
'," :.. for constructing school buildings CONTESTVINNERS Royal, and the' lumber company is and efficient administration of

:..;. with the'h pe .that a high school|i managed; by C. F. Goodman. The loss the Army engineers, there have

....... building in Clewistou may materialize. -: is said to be partly covered by insurance IN FT. MYERS SUNDAY come into being the Panama Canal
.
The board is unwilling to im-! The prize for the best decorated .- Both Mr Royal and Mr. the far-flung navigation and flood

; pore additional taxes in this district, I living Christmas ,tree in the Garden Goodman went ahead immediately; control works of the Mississippi,Val-i.

,.' but hopes that through' the public Club contest was won by Mrs. G. with plans' to continue their business Fort Myers golfers trimmed Clew= Icy, the great harbors on our coasts

works administration a federal grant B.' Rackstraw, and Mrs. E. L. Stew operations without interruption. where gather the ships of the world,
iston in an inter-city match in Fort
of money may be obtained for the : art was declared winner on the con I I Temporary offices have been opened and a host of lesser waterway im-i

,, '.. erection of an adequate high school test for the most unique doorway I I up, and the firm plans to be- Myers Sunday, winning 46 to 24 un- provements throughout the nation.

}->11i1dingand athletic equipment In ,decoration. The entries were judgedby gin rebuilding on the former loca- der the Nassau system of scoring. The work of the Army engineersin

:i). Clewiston tp relieve the crowded Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. E. W. : tion within 'a short ,time. The 'grocery Although defeated by a decisive mar- all of Florida except the western

condition in the building here. 1 I,Digges, Mrs. J. E., Beardsley and office has been, given a tempo- ,gin, Clewiston players received some section is administered by the U. S.

Superintendent Stallings was not Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, who declared rary space in' the waiting room of consolation in the fact that the crack Engineer Office in Jacksonville,

present at the meeting being: still that every entry was worthy: of hon- ; the Florida East Coast depot at Lake Fort Myers pair, Joe Sandberg and with Lt. Col. B. C. Dunn now in

: absent on account of a prolonged orable mention. 'The lovely decor- Harbor' ; and a, small 'temporary' office ? Coley Westbiook, were trounced by charge as District Engineer. Under:

illness. Mrs. C. E. Beckmeyer, was ations at Christmas-time add much:i building is being erected for Jay C. Gilmore and E. P. Shelley, the administration of this office, ap..

named secretary pro tern, to permit to the pleasure of residents and visitors the lumber company. who took three points, each from the I proximately $45,000,000 has been

" ','- the board to begin its work immediately -'' during the holiday season. ,' players of the Gulf coast city. .expended on river and harbor im-

The board requested a com- The decorations were viewed by' 4751 Tons of Cane Several local residents' accompanied provements. The Harbor of Jacksonville

._ pleto detailed financial statement to the judges at night'and again in day-. the players to Fort Myers and has been given a depth of 30

'.' .;,' "'..":.', -''". be presented by the secretary at the light. The home of Mr. and Mrs. F. Newest Record Grind attended the barbecue'' supper .and feet at a cost for new work and
;-; : February meeting. It :was found ,that D. Duff was attractive witli a deco- dance following the match. A 'crowd maintenance of about $15,000,000;
-
.' '. the teachers were due 2 and one- rated tree 'on the lawn and a small estimated at 150 of Fort Myers and Miami Harbor is being deepened to

,. :. third months pay, and the board tree just inside a French window, Another record grind was madeat Clewiston friends enjoyed the even-: 30 feet at a cost to date of over

voted to pay 1 and one-third months which gave the impression of beinga the Clewiston' sugar house of the ing at the Fort Myers, Club house. $5,000,000: Tampa Harbor is likewise -

"c'- salaries to all teachers at once. reflection of the outdoor tree. A United States Sugar. corporation In the following score card play- !: ', being deepened to ,30feet at

'.-. The matter of requesting the misty spray of water played on' the Monday when 4751 1-2 tons of cane ers marked (x) are" Fort Myers residents a cost so far of over $7,000,000theflood ;
,
county board of commissioners for lawn in front of the outdoor tree,. went through the mill. who played for Clewiston, due prevention works around Lake
....
,. a portion of .the race track funds and gave an illusion of a lightly fall The sugar house has' been in operation -I to the fact that an >overflow; of play- Okeechobee estimated to cost in excess

:" received by. the .county this year was ingsnow... this 'season since the 28th of \ ers from Fort Myers, registered forth : of $15.000,000 are under con

'. discussed. No action was taken by The Rackstraw tree was a tall, November and has been grindingat match. I struction and also the Intracoastal

: :;" the members, 'who planned to meet stately evergreen, and was brilliantly capacity most of that time. This I' I Waterway from Jacksonville to Mf-"

'_.:#'.i-,.; with members of the county board j decorated with tinsel and artificial is the third time this season that Ft": ,ClewMjers -I I amt at a cost 'of over $6,000,000.

; to present their request and bring! lights. It was topped with a the record for a 24-hour period; has iston Many smaller 'improvements have

the dire need of the schools for mon: large silver star, and other colorful been raised.Taxation. I Jay C. Gilmore .:m..oo.m oou 3 been made throughout the district.I .

_... ..:......_...0 I .
ey to operate 'a full eight months ornaments brought out the full beau-' Joe Sandberg' : : I About 1,400 people are now em

\ term and retain their' accreditation ty of the dark green foliage of the Committee E. Shelley ...."__:.":........__.3 ployed within the district, with a

, '!;i ,, 'to the attention of the county board. tree.Mrs. C. Westbrook .:.*.;..___.....:..:...0T. !I monthly payroll 'of approximately
<>. J. P: had small but additional
Percy a about 2,000 -
,', .." Meet in TallahasseeTallahassee Shelley .......... ..-. _.-.-...'.....-. 0 $145,000 and
Recreation, Center IsPlanned beautifully lighted evergreen tree I II. Jones ..._.._.:,.u.'..'.:. ._........._oo3 I i. employees of contractors are
beside the doorway of her home.: : working' under the direction of the
Dr. J. W. White ...__ 0 ,
.:,,-,; for Clewiston. Mrs. W. C. Owen decorated twin Jan 17, (FNS)-The: Frank Prather .m..u.- .u.2 .\ i office, with a monthly payroll aggregating -
that flank the doorway. ::: I
> evergreens taxation committee of the State,,Advisory $175,000 to $200,000.

,- ', '.:"" Here there- ''was a very effective use and Planning Board met in A. N: Gallant '_...___......:..:.:...... 0. Several thousand additional personsare

-'j': ;'. A recreation center including tennis of colored lights with blue predom- Dr. C. M. Joyce' .......:...'.-........2 I| given employment In the provision -

:,')J;' ;'," ":.' courts, shuffleboard courts and inating. Tallahassee this week to make a I J. F. Curry ....:..........-......'.... ( 0 ( of materials and equipment fur

: ':.-: :' '" children's playground, i is.. planned MJ:s. Leah Spicer's' tree was a real study of the state's tax structure Dave Shapard m.....:_...__.;m.3 nished in connection with these
:.. ': '. for Clewiston by civic-minded groups holly, very rare In this section, and from which proposals will be madeto I I works.

:';.::, and organizations. All plans for .construction was beautifully decorated. E. Bv> the legislature. A recent survey A. L.''Hackett, ._;._..........:.._.... 0' j The principal works now being

:-' ',' : have been prepared; the Butler decorated an outdoor tree, has been prepared through the officeof Rev. R. P. Brennan ...... _......_3 I carried on by the U S. Engineer Of-

: i land set aside for the purpose and which was brilliantly. lighted, at his I Bryan Willis, state auditor' :for.I L: H. Nash .-...._:....._:__.-.:._.....oo 0 : fice are the deepening of Miami Har

_..____.......................1 j
'.7 .' ,: money available for materials. The home. use. of the committee. E. Roy .__'___ : ,. I I bor and Tampa Harbor to 30 feet,

:_ {':.: actual construction, according to 'Mis. Stewart's doorway dejcoratlon ,Judge John Viney 'of St. Petersburg 0 the, completion of the flood control
M. W. ,
Bigg
:: : present plans, is contingent the I brought much pleasure and enjoy- Is chairman of the tax com- ::: :.:::::: '- levees and other works on Lake
;' : ; upon ;' H.: Seneff ...:_ .::.::::::.:: .::.. 3
.r'. -, use of FERA labor for the project ment to the youngsters who viewed mittee of the planning board. Other Okeechobee, and the completion of
.: ': ; I Jim Harrington ....................- 0
it. It llfesize figure of Santa members are Gilbert 'Freeman, Bry- Waterway from
was a Intracoastal
A conference with FERA officials the'
:
:';':.,- ;., : Ray Stephens .. .:.:....'_......;..1 )II
.'t .).; has been requested by those in Claus himself: with a full .pack of an Willis, Fred Elliot and L. M. ,: :: Jacksonville to Miami. If funds requested

: ;,;";\. : charge locally and it is hoped- that toys on his back, just ,ready to de-I,Lowry of Tallahassee, A. B. Dooleyof J. W. Moran ,-: .""".::v:."."".-:., 0 by the Chief of Engineersare

I '.s-: :' ,by next week definite'announce- scend the chimney. The scene was I Pensacola, Edward Ball of Jack-.I Billy ,Reynolds _.....,......:...:.;..3 made available by Congress, over -

" :..' ::y-i ': ment may "be made of iris important lighted with flood-lights at night sonville' and C. H. Overman of Bag r Cliff Goodman .........__ .,...."'. 3 I $3,000.000 will be spent during

i '.., "- : ? .i.ri.) development.KingWinn. I and was very striking.Mrs. dad.A I H. G. Ukkelberg: ':.':.':.'.' _;'.:"0 the coming year in Florida on works
t'r. ." H. R. Hall had a decorated general program of informa- : .: .'. now actually in' progress.In .
>
: '
, r ,: :. doorway with )lighted Christmas tion, is being compiled by the legislative F. I. Hill ...........:.___....-_........_.. 0 I addition to the improvements

r. ,' :.f: wreaths. Mrs. F11.. Wright used,'a committee of the planning Charles Knapp ...oo..:... ...:;.'......1W. hitherto accomplished and now in

11 --s-, +; :i,<;"'' 'Y, dainty spruce for. a lighted tree beside board to be submitted to Governor C. Owen ;...:......:.._....,...,... 0 progress, the Corps of Engineershas

,_'::::.':' ;::.;,., Arthur H. King and Mrs. Mayme her doorway which was Sh ltz. After his approval, 'the Information W. L. Draughon .. ::... ......oo..3 looked ahead toward the future
:1.Winll were married Thursday I with and wreaths. dec.o-I| to members country.: In a
: evening rated foliage
i : will be passed on K. Bowden ............................ 0 ,I requirements of the
at the manse by Dr. D. Jenkins I The much pleased and senate for President, the
judges the
I were of the house I recent report to
g i .Blaine McGrath .., .....-... .. ..3
-- Williams at 8 o'clock. Mr. King is 'with the interest taken in the contest -| The proposals : submitted a sche-
! pre-leglslative: study. : Chief of Engineers
: l-I. R. Hall ...._...,, .......... ..... 0
I ,. employed at the sugar mill and Is i fend together with the Garden will contain only data for consideration =: duel of river and harbor Improvements -
Christ I II J. C. McDowell ....,....: .........3
1
Scout M t etcr "of the local::: Joy Scout I Club'officers hope "that tho no recommendations for legS whloh the Army engineers arc

i v' Troop, Mrs King h&s r&ttte here mas dSGOratlen.! contest will ba con- ielative action will be made{ through Bill Gibbons! .......?11.,1.1? 3 pren\ut\! to undertake' at a mach
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placed by new legislation to take fed- they hear every side of the story be- IMPROVED

EVENTS eral regimentation out of business. fore they condemn him." BRISBANETHIS UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL

CURRENT The expression of the organization She reiterated her belief that Haupt

l followed n tabulation of a referen- mann' had nothing to do with the kid 1

dum vote of the commercial and trade naping'of Charles A. Lindbergh, Jr. WEEKA SUNDAY Lesson .,.

IN REVIEW! organizations In Its membership.The She repeated her story that Haupt-
PASS waited for her at a Bronx
business group declared Itself mann had I (By REV. P. B. K1T2WATKK, I. D..
i bakery where she worked the night of Member of Faculty, Moody Biblo
the coming
revision
for by congress Long Swim Institute of Chicago.)
i. after a weighing of experiences under the kidnaping and had taken her home. Money Flows West >. Western Newspaper Union.

the present stringent regulatory laws.
VANDENBERG PLANS TO
SENATOR
DEPARTMENT By an overwhelming majority mem- IT IS reported In Washington, that 1 S5 for $3.39Not Lesson for January 20
TAKE POSTAL bers voted that the NRA, the en- the federal communications commIs- So BarrenThe

i CLEAR OUT OF POLITICS. abling act of the National Recovery sion will recommend to congress a law new year, 1933; latest contribu- PETER'S LESSON IN HUMBLE
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;.;' administration should not be contin- that will permit the merger of all wire, tion of Father Time to the long chainof SERVICE

: By EDWARD W. PICKARD ued or extended.As telegraph, cable and wireless services beads called "eternity," Is here,

: Western Newspaper Union. its foremost declaration members controlled by American interests, and and we 'are In it. LESSON TEXT-John 13:1-17; I Pe

'. OENATOR VANDENBERG of Michigan of the association agreed that in- that it has the tacit approval of the We shall continue to read opinionsand ter5:5.
he dustry should formulate its own rulesof President.( and criticism of GOLDEN TEXT-Likewise, ye younger -
:' liberal Republican, says rumors, plans submit yourselves unto the elder.
will Introduce in the senate a bill designed fair competition and that the gov Waiving the antitrust laws, the legislation plans, In our slow progress to pros- Yea all of you be subject one to another

"' to take the Post Office department ernment's part should, be confined to would make the following com perity's shore. It Is a long swim when and be clothed with humility:

E.: __ ,,_..._ out grace to the humble.-I Peter 5:5.
The measure he has Further the association's member- and Telegraph of Lake This
A Telephone company, dle Superior. countrywas PRIMARY TOPIC-Why Jesus Washed
drafted would put all ship expressed Itself strongly against which controls the Postal Telegraph thrown overboard In another lake Peter's Feet

.' postmasters and postal Intrastate regulation of the NRA as company; R. C. A. Communications, of superior prosperity and unlimited JUNIOR TOPIC-How Peter Learneda

, officials, except the evolved through the various state leg- Inc., and Western Union. I. T. & T. expectations back in 1929. INTERMEDIATE New Lesson. .
AND
l- SENIOR TOP.
\(;" postmaster general, islative enactments supporting the I INItA. operates also in both the field of cable IC-The Dignity' of Lowly Service.

under the civil serv- and radio, the R. C. A. radio networks ,Farmers, newspapers devoted' to thefarmers' YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC .
ice and In the givingout Serving Christ Through Serving
spread to about forty countries and Interest, big bankers of the Others.
t" of jobs the post FORGE II. TINKHAM, the bearded -
G Western Union, besides its great telegraph East, are interested In the fact that -

office employees; would and sharp-tongued representative system, has a wide cable service. the money tide that for so long flowed I. Christ's Amazing Love for His Ownvv.
have the preference. from Massachusetts, has revivedthe
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from producers in the West to accumulators -
Senator Vandenberg controversy over the League of PIUS XI Is not optimistic con- Jesus was fully conscious of what
-- -- POPE In the East, Is now flowing in
r:, has been persIstently; : Nations with an assertIon his ChrIst-
world In
before
Senator I peace. tho other direction. was Immediately him. He knew
Ft- that Post- the Unit-
Vandenberg demanding that mas eve address, delivered accordingto The money tide goes out toward the that the cross, with all Its shame and

; master General Farr ed States is being custom to the cardinals resident In farms of wheat raisers and stock, in anguish, was upon him; he knew that
r> ley either resign from the cabinet or into the
league
slipped
Rome, the Holy Father said that "the the West and Middle West, and to the his disciples would shamefully forsake
r ':- give up his chairmanship of the Democratic through the back door. clamor of war spreads ever farther, cotton farmers In the South. It Is as him In a few hours; he knew that one

; national committee. In line' He says the joint res- and he urged the world to pray and though the Great Lakes had been tilted of that number would be the instrument -

:: with this his bill would prohibit the olution adopted In the work for peace. "We see a constant upward at the eastern end, and the in the hands of the devil In his

, postmaster general from holding. any: last few days of the In warlike the betrayal he fully conscious of his .
Increase arms, pope waters sent rushing toward the Rocky ; was ., ,
political office. Seven t y-thlrd congress continued. mountains.The I Deity; he knew that all things were In b ''

: The Michigan senator said he had making the "This is a distracting element In tide ,will not flow long in that his hands. He did nut withdraw his

/. written the bill after conferences with United States a member which the spirit seems to have no part. western direction, probably. Men that love from them because of their weakness -

'= the civil service commission and serv- _. -.....<.... of the Interna- We are on the eve of a day when the have the mortgages and collect the in- : and the shameful failure which

Ice organizations within the Post SecretaPerkinsry tional labor organiza- heavens resound with the hymns of terest accumulate the In the be knew would soon be made mani
money .
He it the first of
Office predicted tlon
department. was
angels calling for peace on earth. long run. fest. He not only loved them to the

4.r would have strong support from the a contemplated seriesof Never has the chant had more reason end of his earthly ministry, but loved

latter quarter. moves designed to put the United for being than today." them unto the "uttermost." The word"end"
.,. By taking politics out of the department States openly into the league, con- Long ago, a man wagered that he "
King George, in a radio address to means "uttermost. Love to the
and establishing a career trary to the wishes of the people and would stand on London bridge offer-
all parts of the British empire, was a uttermost therefore means that he be-
service, Vandenberg said, "the pave- of congress, and Secretary, of Labor Ing genuine gold sovereigns for a shill-
little more cheerful. He adjured his stowed upon them his love, even to
ment-pounding letter carriers may look Frances Perkins was the especial object ing each and find few takers. The
"peoples beyond the seas" to remem- the extent of taking their place in
forward to ultimate graduation to the of his attack. Using such harsh : that gold sovereigns were genuine but no-
ber they all belonged to one great death.II. .
high post of first assistant postmaster words as "fraud" and "intrigue," Mr. body would buy. Mel, Smith, a circus .
family. Christ Washing the Disciplesf
f general." TInkham accused Secretary Perkins of official called "Lucky" Smith, bet that
President Roosevelt's brief Christmas Feet (vv. 4-11).
"Under this bill," he added, "politics employing "contemptible trickery" in Los Angeles citizens would refuse to
talk was addressed especially to He did not regard his hands too holy!
T:. and postal affairs at last are sep- urging adoption of the resolution. buy genuine $5 bills for 339. Hun-
the citizens of America, calling for to do this menial service. The true
. arated as far as Is possible in a Mr. Tinkham quoted the labor secre- dreds walked by, looked at the genu-
"courage and unity, for greater hap- Christian does not allow his rank in
democracy. All local postmasters are tary as saying that the international la- ine bills. Some cried "Fake !I" Only .
piness and the Improvement of human society to keep him from acts of lowly
i.. put squarely under civil service with bor organization, "Is not even now an welfare two purchased. "Lucky" Smith won ; service.

emphatic and effective priorities ,given. integral part of the League of Nations, a $100 wager.
1. Steps In this service (vv. 4-0).
to the 'postal 'grays' themselves. and membership in the _organizationdoes Many Americans wish they had beenas

--- "Existing postmasters are permitted not imply affiliation wIth. the SENATOR JAMES HAMILTON skeptical about certain stock' backin a. He rose from supper.

to serve out their present commissions. league." He continued : of Illinois, chairman of the 1929. b. Laid aside his garments.c. .
Took a towel and girded himself.
Thereupon the vacancies are filled by "This statement is the grossest per- senate committee on foreign relationsand -

;, promotion from the service ranks. version of the truth. It is squarely a veteran In International conferences The distinguished George W. Rus- d. Poured water Into a basin.e. .
Washed his feet.f. .
Only In the event that' no such personIs contrary to the facts-facts establishedby has set fortha sell of Ireland, who signs his writings disciples'
.
Wiped them with the towel wherewith
available and anticipate that indelible record the treaty of view concerning
we an k,0.; "AE, says, "I am always struck by
he
was girded.
this contingency would not arise other Versailles. The statement containedIn treaties for disarma- the terrible barrenness of rural life

than In some of the smallest offices-: the letter of the secretary of labor ment or reduction of in America." He thinks we must "find These steps symbolize Christ's entire

be filled otherwise to deceive. The secretary armaments that will work of redemption. His rising from
the intended
can vacancy was some way to enrich it," and If we don't,,
of the meet with the supper represents his rising from his
approval -
than by promotion. knew that the congress "then the disease which destroyed ancient -
to of of his place of enjoyment in the heavenly
United States was opposed entry many
Italy will eat into America. You I
high ranking officers In into the League of Nations and would fellow citizens, though will feed and glory. His laying aside his garments 1
SEVERAL no longer yourselves, I
of- Entrywas are sharply at symbolized his putting aside his ves-
and War knowingly. they
department not vote for entry will be struck with palsy of bread
unnamed involvedIn made surreptitiouslyand variance with thoseof you ture of majesty (Phil. 2:7, 8). His
ficials, as yet are therefore and circuses." II
the the administration. girding himself symbolized his taking
a scandal concerning awardingof fraudulently. \ A
''(f Mr. Russell find richness
department claims and contracts, "Article 302 of the treaty of Ver- -..-- -... He evidently Is gladSenator in Irish farmhouses may greater but It Is a- .I the' form of a servant (Phil. 2:7). The-
,
and of War Dern has ordered the Washington naval water In the basin symbolized his
Secretary sailles states:
Lewis I richness of the character and of the
an investigation. One officer Is 'The international labor office shall ; pact is dying owingto cleansing blood ; his washing of the
is
There
mind not of surroundings.
suspected of having accepted bribes, be established at the seat of the the action of Japan, and he says disciples' feet, his actual cleansing of
little barrenness about other than intellectual
for swelling claims and another of League of Nations as part of the organization that in future the United States must, them through his word (John 15:3;
in rural life with Its
having supplied valuable contract In- of the league.' for its "own sake, remain aloof from our Eph. 5:_G) ; his taking his garments

formation in return for a loan from a "This audacious Intrigue to have the all such agreements, because, they are automobile, radio, moving pictures again, his returning to his place and

lobbyist. United States enter the League of Na- almost certain to embroil us in war. within easy reach, rural delivery, por- position In glory.
celain bath tubs mail order cata-
,
This was revealed In the final report tions by way of one of the organs of Addressing the National Forum in 2. Peter's Impetuous Ignorance (vv.

of the subcommittee of the house the league is to be followed by an at- Washington, Senator Lewis 'declaredthe logues, prayer meetings, revivals, an- G-9). When he realized what the Lord

military affairs committee Investigating tempt to have the United States enter recent naval conversations in nual circus, the public library, soon was doing he refused to have hla: feet

War department transactions.The another of its organs, the Permanent London succeeded only in designinga reached by automobile. washed ; when he realized the peril of

report also discloses that Its Court of International Justice of the "chart of death to men, destructionto refusal, he desired to be fully washed

recommendation In a preliminary report League of Nations, this subsequentlyto nations," and he warned against the Next summer our ships of war, "ven- 3. The significance of this service to

last June for the removal of Maj. be followed by a proposal of full renewal of the Washington treaty turing almost to Oriental waters," will those participating in It (vv. S-ll.

Gen. Benjamin D. Foulois, chief of the membership in the League of Nations. "Plain It. must be," Senator Lewis engage in far-flung war games cover- aIt is a spiritual cleansing] (v. 8).

._ army air corps, has been turned over Thus, the independence- the United pointed.out, "that should we enter ing more than 5,000,000 square milesof Fellowship! with Jesus Is possible only

,. to the inspector general of the army. States will be destroyed; the will of the the: deal, and It is disobeyed by any of the Pacific ocean. -. I as we are continuously cleansed) from

This is the usual step preliminary to American people thwarted, and the Its parties, the United States must be How interesting that will be, and our sins (v. 10). The cleansing here Is

placing such a_ matter before a mIli- United States inevitably involved in called on by the nations involved to how rapidly those ships would come not the washing of regeneration, but

tary tribunal, the report states. the next European conflict." lend ourselves to enforce the compact. running home to hide away in port if I that of sanctification that Is re-

Foulois Is not one of the men un- This means war upon the United a few large bombing planes should generated, that Is, washed In the bloodof

der suspicion. The preliminary report and defense attor- States by the nations we threaten to sail out from Asia, from Tokyo or"Rus- Christ (symbolized by baptism) does
PROSECUTION
charged him with "misconductand their ,preparationsfor force to obedience, or war from the sia's Vladivostok, over those 5,000,000square not need a repetition of the act ; he )

gross Inefficiency" after an inquiry the trial of Bruno Hauptmann on nations we refuse to aid in the en'orcement miles of the Pacific, and drop only needs the cleansing of sanctifica-

into the disastrous managementof the charge of murdering the Lindbergh explosive bombs and poison gas bombson tlon. symbolized by the washing of tho

the air mail jjy the army early In baby, and the little' ", '"To the United States nothing but the battleships feet. After regeneration the believerIs

the year. town of Flemington, evil and danger awaits our entrance ( contaminated by Its s.lns.as! he walks

N. J., was a busy Into any international contract with Geological explorers from the Byrd through this world. Christ's blood

TN THE opinion of Federal Judge place. The names of foreign nations preparing for war on' expedition, near the South pole, report cleanses of all sins those who confess

1 Merrill E. Otis of Kansas City, 48 veniremen were each other." important veins of mineral quartz, dIs- them.

code price fixing under the NRA Is illegal drawn for examIna- covered In mountains along the coastof b. A badge of brotherly affectionv.

and congress has not the power tion as jurors, and the Secretary of the Treasury Marie Byrd Land.If ( 14)). This act showed Christ's aban.

either to fix prices or to authorize the sensation over the WHEN recently commended"a the geologists should bring back donment to the service of his disci

President to do so, even In transac- mailing of a satire on ples. It Is a lesson much needed to-
spirited ''Citizen" for reporting actual samples rich In gold, how quickly -
public :
tions undoubtedly a part of Interstate the Lindbergh case to day. We need: more and more to practice
would find to reach those
the activities of income tax men a way
commerce. His decision was given In 150 prospective jurors brotherly love.c. .
mountains how indifferent to death
to Thomas ,
consultants he was alluding
,
denying a temporary Injunction died down. C. Lloyd : a's An expression of humility (v. 15).
.._ I>..'.- N. \IcCarter, president of the New they would be in the effort to get
sought by the government against the Fisher, defense coun- This was a lesson r.uch needed by the
Bruno Jersey Public Service corporation and there !
operators of the Sutherland Lumber would not and much needed
sel, said he disciples by us to.
Hauptmann of the Edison Electric institute. Mr. We have piled up In Washington
company, which maintains yards in ask for a new panel. day. They had just been disputing an: .
$8,000,000,000 worth of
before already gold.
testimony
Oklahoma, Iowa and Nebraska. Betty Gow, the nurse who put the McCarter gave a I to who should be the greatest In the
District of Columbia grand jury and Wnat would happen If Byrd should
Lindbergh baby to bed the night he kingdom. Thus their selfish ambitionwas
returned indictment discover a mountain containing $1,000-
that an
A MBASSADOR HIROSI SAITO was kidnaped and killed, arrived from body expressing Itself. On every handwe
against four persons, two of them 000,000,000 in gold? That would be
handed to Secretary of State HullJapan's Scotland on the liner Aquitania and see manifestations of pride vanIty
treasury employees. They are charged overdoing it, for instantly our $8,000000,000 ,-
formal denunciation of the went at once to the Morrow home. In and even arrogance, of those who
defraud the In gold would shrink in valueto
with to
Washington naval treaty, and at about Englewood, N. J., to await her call as conspiracy govern- are professed followers of the lowly
almost nothing, and the gold metal
the same time the American delegates one of the state's star witnesses. She ment. Jesus. .

to the naval conversations In London, declined to talk to reporters, but posedfor Those named In the indictment were: would be only metal, not precious.A (Equalization (v. 1C). The disciples -

sailed for home.' The treaty remainsIn cameramen. There was a ,report John W. Hardgrove, formerly asso- thus stooping to serve each other J

effect until the end of 1930, but it that Miss Gow might remain In this ciate chief conferee of the Internal wise motto of earlier days was: In the name of Jesus Christ will have _

Is the hope of the Japanese that a new country and take up her former job revenue bureau who was dismissed by "When in doubt, refrain." burned out of them the caste spirit.

pact will be signed, giving them global in the Lindbergh household. She had Secretary Morgenthau after an investigation In Russia and other countries where 'III. An Example for Us (vv. 14-17).

parity with the United States and acted as nurse for Jon, second son the: will of one takes the place of slow The disciples of the Lord are under

Great Britain Instead of the existing born to the Lindberghs, until she re- HennIng R. Nelson, formerly auditor decisions by the majority, the maxim solemn obligation In the spirit of humility -

5-5-3 ratio. turned to Scotland several months ago. : In the bureau dismissed along with reads: I\ to serve each other even as

Ilauptmailn seemed calm as the Hardgrove. "When In doubt, shoot." \' Christ: served his disciples. This obligation -

STILL hoping that President Roose time for his ordeal approached, and he Frank B. Nelson of New York city Moscow reports 14 more executed rests upon his Lordship (v.

will take notice of the opinions ate a hearty Christmas dinner; Mrs. practicing privately as a tax consul.. to avenge the killing of Sergei Kirov, I 14). To refuse' obedience to him Is to

of business men for which he Hauptmann, who moved from the tant.Richard making 117 lives taken to expiate that set oneself above his Lord. The wayto
called the 'Chamber of to be-near her E. Callaghan, also of New
Commerce of I Bronx to Flemington one murder. happiness Is Implicit obedience to
the United States now recommendsthat I' husband, made a radio appeal "to the York, associated with McElhlll In tho King Features Syndicate, Inc. I he Lord.

the national recovery act be re- people of the country to wait until tax consulting business. WNU Service.


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I i : THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1935 ,

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FOOD AND EVOLUTIONEase
In securing food Is the greatest .
:factor In the development of a

species, declares Dr. C. M. Youngof
i # IGOLDENDAWN England. Securing food Is abso.

lutely necessary to life and manyof

the lower forms of life, consisting ;, .
,.'. of only a few cells have scarcely :

changed In eons because their whole .
.::1 life had to be spent In obtaining :
food, digesting and eliminating it. :'

Higher forms of life, which digest ''' ..:.
I By PETER B. KYNE food outside the body cells take "

much less time for feeding and have ,_::
;jj: '1ssI. Copyright by Bell Syndicate WNU Service Jr I time to develop.-Pathfinder. Maga. I.I.I
zine. '
'
' SYNOPSIS "Dan, I give you my word of honor I shut it, hen swung up the street as the "The cops chased us at the boat land- :::

I neither mailed 'a letter for her nor halt-red lamps of a police cruising car ing, Lanny. Are you sure we shook Dr. Pierce's Favorite makes '.)>
.: Theodore Gatlin adopts a baby, whichhe passed it to somebody else to mail turned the corner. She swung wideto them off?" weak women strong.Prescription. Sold
.
names "Penelope," in a final effortto Nor did the girl discuss with me an.\ give it a clear berth, turned the first "Of course you did-the big boobs by druggists in tablets .or liquid.-Adv.
solve his matrimonial troubles. But plans for escape. If she had I would! corner and spurted. She followed a Now, listen, dearie. I'm going to tell
his wife has wanted her, and
nver have told the warden in order to zig-zag until she felt she but don't
':: their affairs end In the divorce court. pre. course sure you something, let It disturb Miniature Register
,:i Ten-year-old Penelope is given into the vent her escape. It wouldn't have been had thrown the police car off her trail you. Take my word for it you're safe. A new small autographic register
.,; keeping of Mrs. Gatlin. At a baseball kind not to do so. The girl is mentalh -provided they had become suspiciousand Do you remember Dan McNamara, the weighs only two and one-half pounds,
:' game a ball strikes Penelope on the irresponsible and it would have oc started, to follow her; she turnedup chief of police?" can be carried easily and permits
nose. Mrs. Gatlin spirits tl16'child to
': Europe. Gatlin retires from business curred to me that, In any mad attempi a residence street that she felt "Of course. Old Daniel's my boy making of original entry records righton
fr, wills Penelope all his money, and Is to escape, a guard might shoot at her." reasonably certain would not be friend." the job.
about to begin a,., e'jtrch for his daughter "Well a guard did, ana he hit her patrolled by traffic officers at that hourof "Well, you're In his bed. The cops
* when a motor' 'accident ends his life. oo". But he; didn't stop her. Her out the night, and.speeded up. were on your trail, dearie. They sus-
Some ten ye"ar later In S Francisco,
-3?t Stephen Burt, rising' young jn psychiatrist i- side gang opened on him with a Tommy Dan McNamara was standing on the pected you might come to my house, so
';\ is presented by Dan McNamara, gun from a speedboat off the point, sidewalk in front of his house when Dan tipped me off they were comingand 1 Ii
1. chief of police. with a new patient- and made him hunt his hole. Nance- she drew up. lIe reached into her car., to beat it with you out to his
Nance Belden, with dual -
a girl a personality
"
swam out to the boat under cover of lifted Nance Belden out and ran with house.
l for which her "saddle nose".i
Is In part responsible. McNamara does theIr protective fire ; they hauled her her down 'an alley alongside the houseto Terror shone In the girl's dark eyes. Tour own druggist is authorixed -
:.i; not think she is a criminal and obtains in and beat it forty-five miles an hour the basement entrance, which he "I'd neer trust a cop that,far," she to cheerfully refund your v .:
Burt's testimony in court. Lanny, thedoctor's across San Pablo bay and headed up kicked open. Lanny followed. Up the wailed. "Oh, Lanny, you'let hW'J money on the spot if you are )
office is also
nurse, won over. '
-J.: ..- Nance's criminal record outweighs,Doc- toward Carqulnez straits, while daylight stairs to the kitchen ,the big chief ran, make a sucker out of you." She begin not relieved by Creomulsion .
.,:: tor Burt's explanation of her case and lasted. After dark they doused through the kitchen and on to a rear to weep hysterically. "

; she is sent to San Quentin penitentiary. their lights and sneaked back. The bedroom. Lanny jerked a small rug "If you don't stop that," Lanny prom- 1
: Lanny visits her and Nance persuades warden telephoned Central office here off the floor and threw it on the bed. ised, "I'll bat you over the head with ,:
; her to '
smuggle out a letter which a
_....-. '." confederate of Nance steals. and gave the alarm. I wasn't on hand, "Let her bleed on that for a while" this skillet," and she picked that homely -
{ !,of.. '< but of course the"1 captain on duty harl she commanded. "No sense in messingthis utensil up and shook It at Nance. :4DoyoulackpEp
<
the water front covered at once. He nice clean bed all up. There must "Dan McNamara's your friend." I

CHAPTER IV Continued, had two men at the St. Francis Yacht be--blood In my car, Dan. Take a wet "Yes, and chief of police, too. Lanny, ? /
j. -8- club and they saw a speed-boat sneak towel and go out and clean it thoroughly I'll die If they take me back They'll '
For a moment she considered telephoning In and across the little harbor to a please, while I'm undressing this put me in the dunge.on-I'm afraid of Are you all In, tirod and run down

. Dan McXamara then decided vacant berth on the Marina side. Be- poor lamb. Get me one of your wife's the dark."

4 T the worthy fellow might prove an em- fore the cops could hurry across, the clean nightgowns." "Shut up. You're not afraid of any 1MjM1'ERSMl11IS J

barrassment. So she got a pistol from people In the boat jumped out and to "Ain't got no wife Lanny. Use thing. You've got your little red badgeof
,I":'" her bureau drawer-because she was a waiting car. The cops followed In a one of mine." courage you scvramouche Yon pj TONIC .

: '. ,.. a practical soul and dwelt alone. She 'police car as soon as they could, but "Just as good as any. Get it. Who afraid? My foot Didn't you crash the of ,J
Will rid
-:}' had purchased the pistol as a precaution one of Nance's friends riddled their takes care of you here?" gate and swim for that speedboat un. you ,'
:', -and went to the door. She cocked front tires with machine-gun bullets "My mother." der fire?" MALAflligA ::

:: the pistol took a long breath, threw and the trail was lost." "Can she be trusted?" "Machine-gun fire, at that" Dan Mc.
; :,.: open the door suddenly and raised her Bow exciting, Dan !I" "I've sent her to the country for a Namara. supplemented, from the door- and build you Fever up. Used Malaria for 65 andAGeneralTonic years for Chills,

;1-: :'':;' weapon. "Yes, and It will be more excitingfor month," he evaded. "I'm sleeping here way. "They opened on her and the
::: _.. "Put 'em up" she. commanded you Lanny. I got home about two and eating downtown. boat from the towers." He came to the :
50c and $1.00 At All Druggist
; :. harshly. I minutes ago and my phone was ring- "God bless our home Dan. ClearS 'side of the bed and grinned down at
1 "Don't be silly, Lanny dear" a soft
: I the terrified girl. "Don't you worry,
;, : voice entreated her wearily. "It's Nance. You're safe. I'm a cop but

; ; only me." I'm not without some sporting blood- '," ,oo.: .

11.. "Nancy Belden-you little devil," your getaway earns three rousing .,
: Lanny almost shouted. "Come in here cheers from old Dan McNamara." His -
;. this instant." p.--
SKIN.
big hand strayed over her face.
} ', Nance Belden reeled in and Lanny "You're a good old hunk of cheese," .
F closed the door behind her, turned ? she assured him. needs more

j: the bolt switched 'on the hall light- y $ She turned her head toward Lanny. than cosmeticsBeauty

and screamed. "Am I going to die, Lanny?" she asked. of skin comes
1 "Pipe down" Nance commanded, In "!\o unless I kill you-which I'm frornwithin.Whencon-stipation clogsthepores

1 that queer, faint, weary voice. "I'm 1; liable to do If you don't buck up and ed" with intestinal wastes,
: not a corpse, but I'll tell the world Ii" believe what I tell you. You've been ,_._ -' -i' CLEANSE with INTERNALLY Garfield-
came mighty close to being ,one just I gE Tea. Help relieve the
y shot but it doesn't amount to much. 0 .
clogf ed system promptIr.mildly.effectively.
, before
, lock-up time this afternoon. ,You'll be all right in a week or two.." ./!/
", Lanny, dear, I crashed the gate." w w; 'Yourdrugsror 25c&10c
.. "Then I'll be good, Lanny. The
: "Well, you'll crash out of here in tired eyes closed and while Lann,

a split second, you little hellion," Lanny stood by, wondering what to say next.
{ cried sharply. "Wet as a dishrag and Nance sank into a sleep of profound

i....- your hair like a witch's, and overed exhaustion. .
\ ". with blood. Where are you hurt?" "Let, her alone until Stevie comes,"

J'\;-- "Bnllet through my left arm, high Lanny suggested. "The wound has FEEL TIRED, ACHY-
up near the shoulder. That guard
stopped bleeding. Come out into the "
: could shoot, and he did If my boy living room and if you're as crookedcop a "ALL WORN OUT ?

1 :: friend hadn't shot back at him and as you ought to be you've. got
.'\:.: made him hunt his hole I'd be fishbalt : liquor in the house and I've got to have Get Rid of Poisons That
r i this minute." yi '- ,4/ "
< a drink of it. Her middle-aged face Make You 111
J{ "You've got to get out of here *;c was very serious.TO .
;i :- Nance," Lanny was terrified. '."How BE CONTINUED.; ; I a constant backache keepingyou
miserable? Do suffer
;. you
many visitors have you had since
burning, scanty or too frequent
been in San Are of Oriental
you've Quentin
, Dan McNamara Reached Into the Car Lifted Nance Belden Out Ran Up the Mayas urination; attacks of dizziness,
; fl "Just you, Lanny." Stairs and On to a Rear Bedroom. Lanny Jerked a Small Rug Off the Floor Origin, Chinese AssertAn rheumatic pains, swollen feet and
: "The authorities will look' me up and and Threw It on, ,the: Bed. the ancient ankles? Do you feel tired, nervousall
; they'll come here. Understand? Tl e "n Oriental origin of I unstrung? ,
:, i- come here-there, they're on the tele: ing. It was central office trying to report out-and watch for Stevie and let Mayas and Aztecs, former partly ciVI1-1 Then, give some thought to your
ized races of Central America, kidneys. Be sure they function
phone Oh him in."
now. my good lord, what to me. They'i just starting a -
: Chinese anthropologist properly, for functional kidney disorder --
have I done to deserve this?" couple of dicks out In a cruiser to She ran to the kitchen, turned on duced by a
similarities between ancient Chinese permits poisons to stay in
from
j
:: ,: She dashed into her kitchen and watch and see if Nance tries to make the hot water and set an enameled the blood and upset the whole sys-
blood rites and the known Mayan
i -c' '- ', : took down the telephone receiver. And your house. You're a trained nurse. skillet under the faucet ; then returned .
:. again a masculine voice said : The warden's, found out that much- undressed the girl. In an ad- and Aztec rites In which the bloodof tem.Use Doan's Pills. Doan's are for
t,": "Miss Rebecca Lanning?" matter of looking you up in the San joining bathroom she found clean sacrificial victims was poured over the kidneys only. They help the
' :: Lanny controlled herself. "Yes" she Francisco directory. So he thinks that towels and placed a cold one on her statues of the gods and other sacred kidneys cleanse the blood of health-
: said calmly. "Who's speaking?" she'll head for your house'-to receive head. When she returned to the objects, according to a communicationto destroying poisonous waste. Doan's
"Dan McNamara." medical attention. She got hit you kitchen, the enameled skillet was sIt- the Royal Society of Canada. Pills are used and recommendedthe
f Get them from
1.. ? "Oh, hello Dan. How are you?" know. And you must be a friend of ting in the midst of a cloud of steam Both the Mayas and the Aztecs held world. over. any'druggist.

,'. "Fine, Lanny. How's yourself! ?" hers-otherwise why did you call upon so she knew It had been thoroughly dis- religious sacrifices of war captives and

"Well, I might be dead for all the her?" infected ; she filled it with warm water other human beIngs In some of which DGAN'S PillS
"Dan said Lanny desperately "she's the bleeding heart was cut from the
'r Interest you've taken in me since you carried into the room and witha
here !" wet towel still-living body of the victim and Its
swallowed that good highball you now mopped the two holes In
; grafted off me the day you came to "Into your car with her, Lanny, and Nance's arm and examined the wound. blood poured on the altar or scatteredon
it out to house with her." "Missed the the temple statues. In ancient Maya
Doctor Burt's office vrlth that Nance beat my bone, she decided
.1 < '-if'-:', Belden girl" She added al'chl"you He gave her the address. "That's the "Bled like a stuck pig of course, pieceof ruins there were found disks of porus CUTICURA
( ';,: : egg 1"Dan. last place on earth the devil himself her dress probably carried Into the sandstone showing what are believed
-- McNamara laughed. "Can I would hunt for an escaped convict." wound." to be traces of such human blood, Zen JJIin kulk

::< come out now?" "I've Just heard a thump and a In the medicine closet, Lanny discovered soaked up by the sandstone at the time

., :_ "The very idea. Of course not. It's crash in my living room, Dan. I think a small bottle of Iodine. So of sacrifice and apparently buried for Bathe the affected parts freely with
.:: almost ten o'clock and I'm Just about she's fainted. Telephone Doctor Burtto she doused the wound with It, wrappeda some superstitious or religious reason.. Cuticnrn Soap and hot waterdry
',' to retire !1"l come to your home-that he will cold towel around the girl's shoulderand These American evidences comparedwith gently, and anoint with Cutlcura
::.;' "This is business Lanny. I've got to have to probe a bullet wound and dress tucked her Into bed. similar customs. practiced 0,000 or Ointment. Pure and healing, these
L//'.' ": see you at once." it. Tell him to bring some whisky and In the living room she found a brass more years ago among primitive tribesof eupcr-creamy emollients bring quick

;:},,r" '. "I didn't know the police were after two or three hot-water bags, and be on box with cigarettes In It, so she lit one China and Central Asia, although It relief skin and affections soon heal,itching eczema,,burning pimples,,
.. ', ., me." hand yourself to let me In. I can't and At down beside Nance, with her is not certain that the ancient Orientals rashes scaly and all forms of skin troubles.

..\.; "The police aren't, but the chief Is. leave here until I've mopped up any capable fingers on the girl's pulse. Evi- made actual human sacrifices.Still Ointment 25c and SOc
} .};:; :- \ Lanny that Nance Belden escaped bloodstains she may have left on the" dently the count was satisfactory, for other similarities to ancient Soap 2Ec.Sample each free.
: : :,L':: .- ..., from San Quentin late this afternoon. sidewalk and my front steps. Good-by." Lanny scowled at the girl and growled : Chinese and Mayan cultures are believed Address: "Cutlcura." Dept. 20S,
"1 : ,::': ; She got to San Francisco all right. We Lanny was right. Nance Belden lay "You little devil And 'I crashed the to exist in the language, In the Maiden, Mass. -*

"\: : know that because we found the speed- on the floor of the living room In a gate,' says she proudly. Well, if you Interlocking series of two kinds ,of 2358uNEED
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_':.;" -'," boat she crossed the bay In tied up In faint. She picked the girl up in her aren't the little hell-bender! YOU'VA; months of different lengths used in
:' the yacht harbor at the Marina. There strong arms and carried her down a got the nerve of a lion-tamer!I" the famous Mayan calendar. In the

..,,\. '.. : was blood all over the cockpit and bul- short flight of stairs that led from her She found a comb and brush in DanMcNamara's Mayan myths of man's creation out TONIC ?
':' ': let holes In the hull." I kitchen tothe garage below. She bureau and combed and of mur1 and so on ; all of which sug- ? Dean of

:; <" "All of which proves Dan, that God's heaved her Into the car, ran back upstairs smoothed the dank, straggly black bob. gests that the original Mayas probablycame 209 Mrs.Perkins Maria St., Augusta. : -
,j ,: In his heaven and all's well with the got a wet mop, and by the lightof and when that was done she unbent from ancient China in Junks and '.- general, Ga., said breakdown: "I had In a
: .:; .,, world. Are you seriously trying to recover the electric lamp over the front en- long enough to implant a kiss on the other vessels 6,000 or more years: ago.- '> health felt weak and
"c. the girl and send her back to the trance searched for drops of blood. white brow. "Poor lamb !I" she mur- Philadelphia Inquirer. C': : i and tired backache out. had and headache was
penitentiary?" She found a few and followed them to mured. "Nobody's poor lost darling!I" very nervous. I had no
y: "I'm not I'd give two of my big the sidewalk, eradicating them with The girl's eyelids flickered."Is Work of the BeaverA : hardly desire finished to eat.one I bottle had

: buck teeth to see her make a clean get vigorous sweeps of the mop, then that you, Lanny?" the girl mur- beaver uts through the average of Dr. Pierce'a Golden
: away. You know that. But the war- dashed back Into the house jammedon mured faintly. tree In a space between IS and 25 Medical difference.Discovery I felt to when much I stronger noticed and a great icon

',". den-naturally. It seems you visited her hat and coat, ran outside again, "Yes, dearie. And you're all right, Inches above the ground, a naturalist picked up again."
Nance two weeks ago and smuggled a threw open the garage door and backed so don't worry Nobody's going to take who has made a particular study o/ he New, tabs size or tablets liquid,SO$1.35.cis.,"Wo liquid Do$1.00.Oar Part.Large"
letter out for her and mailed It. her car out. She paused again, to you back to San Quentin." these animals states.



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Clewiston News workers are put back to work. vegetation, yet the root system test. Speakin' of the Press Break- '
The This can be done only If the busi- must be in working order or the fast, It lOOKS like this event is go- ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON

ness man will maintain his high heat will soondry and kill the ing to be a knockout. REQUEST
Published every Friday in Clewiston,, standards of pre-depression times. plant. In the middle of- a hot day I see where some of the news- -
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS,, Worn-out machinery, shabby store one marvels how the plants can paper boys 'are wise-crackin' about C.: E. STEBEL

Inc. and office furniture, out-moded and endure the high temperature .and there bein' too many profane indi-
out-driven delivery trucks may helpto shed coolness besides. The moon's i viduals in attendance and not Electrical Contracting {

Keathley Bowden, Editor set up a cash reserve-but that light is a factor also. It has been I enough common every-day newspa- PHONE 2121
cash reserve keeps factories shut, demonstrated that corn makes more permen. That's because they've nev-
than on: er had to stage one of these events PAHOKEE, FLORIDA '
Entered as second class mail mat- men out of work, industry from growth on bright nights
ter February 1, 1927, at the Post functioning normally.And dark ones. It will be found that and they don't know what the com-
Agent for
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under so this hoarded cash becomesa 'he moon influences the tides in mittee is up against.
the Act of March 3, 1897. dangerous liability rather than an vegetation, as well as those of the Now I'll admit that a Press Break- GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS
asset. seas. The earth's forces are mag- fast ought to be confined to mem-

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. To bring back prosperity reBuild, netic, and we point the main roots bers of the newspaper fraternity. RANGES APPLIANCES AND
Advertising rates on application. modernize. improve! downward. If too long to plant conveniently Admitin' it is easy but doin' it is

Realize your dependants upon the it is best to trim the somethin' else.
Devoted to the advancement and people's purchasing power for your roots to a reasonable length, rather In the first place the party is put

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry success-and the fact that other industries than curl them around. on by the Festival at their expense. ::Nq. :.INN. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..::.: :NNNNNN. . :..:-::
County. depend upon you to give Try to visualize the circulationof .Naturally the officials and directors ,' 'f.

work to their unemployed.To the plant, and you will see that it of that organization feel they are ::!: New and Used :+;:
be independent we must first cannot manage to make the roundsto entitled to an invitation and certainly ''

What we'd like to know is what realize our dependance upon one a very good advantage with the you can't tell the host that heshouldn't !:!: FURNITURE f=i=
Mr. Putnam when he
Amelia said to
another! roots folded this way and that, or attend his own pary.
caught up with her-Replying to 'cintiug back up to the surface. Then there are the: distinguished 'i
that "I'd rather have a baby" re "SEE AMERICA FIRST" There must be balance between the guests to think about like ,Governor

mark.P. above-ground and below-surface Dave, Bob Gray,' Cary Landis, Jim !:_!: BELLE GLADE II :!:

Any resident of the vicinity who circulation, so we prune tops when Newell and others. Of course, we:
E. B.: says: When his wife has not taken the visitor's trip roots are torn out of the ground to might tell them to go jump in the :: FURNITURE COMPANY I:_:

Amelia flew from Honolulu, Mr. through the Sugar Mill should not move, and prune when. broken or lake or somethin' but to date it .
Putnam .according to the A. P. remarked too to replant in original just hasn't been done. Then too, > s
fail to do so at the earliest oppor- long po-
:_: Belle Glade Florida ::
: "I'd rather have a baby. tunity. It Is an Interesting and sition. there's the advantage of havin' .a !

If he did, that would make him even worthwhile trip and one that will. be -E. R. ]{. few political figures on hand to take :;: Next Door To, Theatre ::
than she is.
more famous long remembered. the razzing.
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It is a peculiar fact that we so :NNNNN.NNN:ININN:NN:NNN:.NNII:.LY: Then the newspaper men them- ..
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Just now we're listening to the often neglect the opportunities near- .i' : selves insist on draggin' along a ,I .

fact that the Dionne quintuplets est our door. Were we tourists In a :i= TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY ::_:: friend or two. They bring the :Mayor
thrive on canned milk, tomato- juice state hundreds of miles from homewe .. with 'em or the wife's cousin Ezra 1---

and the like. Think what their life would probably insist on makingthe I :;: who's spendin' the winter with 'em I 1I
wil be like 20 years hence? They trip through the mill even and can't be left at home. I You Wreck 'Em
I
can live on the fact that they smoke though it meant a considerable interruption .!. I know we should tell 'em that

this brand of 'cigarettes, prefer that ;' to our planned schedule. 'ii ..:. their friends and kinfolks don't rate I I' We Fix 'Em
kind of gasoline, and what not. Born Where the mill is only a few minutes BY .A. and they'll have to sit in the park

lucky, you might say: trip from our homes, we find there ; until the show is over but bein on PAINTING BODY AND g
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are many who have not taken ad- RUSSELL KAY ;Ay friendly terms with most of the boysI I FENDER WORK

Some good people up In Wisconsin vantage of the opportunity to go A never could get up enough courage TOPS -'SEAT COVERS

protested loud and long becausethe through. Guides are provided during .:N:..:N:..:N:N:M:N:..:N:N:N:N:N M:1.:N:N N:N:N:N N:N N:. ,I to start a quarrel like that. i Ul UPHOLSTERY
operator played "How Dry.I Am"on visiting hours and hundreds go So, in the end of the day, we I
the church chimes New Years through the mill each season.It I received a letter this morning I'm tellin you now that the 1935 Done by An Expert

Eve. The bell-ringer retaliated with is amazing to know that thereare from George Burr, editor of the Winter Press Breakfast at the Florida Or-I Courteous Service

fine caracasm "If these critics had residents of Clewiston who have Haven Herald, inviting me to ange Festival, Friday, January 25, I Woik Guaianteed.

been more familiar with the hymnsof lived here during the entire con- select some member of! my famed is goin' to be a bang up party. Our 1 Prices Reasonable.PIONEER .
the church they would realize struction of the hurricane gate who "harem", buy her a lot of clothes\ good friend Frank Winchell Is backin I -

that I played 'Oh Happy Day,' on the have never been on its location to permanent wave manicure and oth- Florida with the Royal American !

chimes.Exchange.. If'you don't get a close-up view of it. No more er glamorous things and send her to Shows and he's bringin' us some : :
the hum of construction has' Winter Haven to compete for the special entertainment that's plenty
get point, the two tunes interesting piece
once. been completed in the state of Florida -I title of "Queen" of the Festival.I hot. Whatever you do, don't miss it. I Service Station

than these gates, and yet they : am instructed to select a young I'll be lookin for you. I BELLE GLADE PHONE 10

Daytona Beach, so we are told, pass practically. unnoticed in many I lady from my organization who 'pos- I Wrecker Service at All Hours
sesses beauty, poise charm and other I
tried a sales tax to make up for revenue homes.
IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?
characteristics likely to impressthe =;o.'U ""-.oo- "" """ = -"" .
lost through the homestead There are scores of unique attrac- ::
amendment. The tax was repealed tions within a day's drive from judges. However, he, neglectedto -.
who able mention who the judges are, so .
after three weeks. Wonder if we're Clewiston. Those are -
how does he to know what
expect me
all going to be in for a series of experiments should see them. The Ringling Art
YOUR HOM>i IS YOUR CASTLE
characteristics might interest those ,
in Sarasota the winter .
like that? J. M. Lee Museum .
bozos? Admit only clean, constructive news, by reading : ...,
comptroller, predicts that state of- quarters of the Ringling circus the .t,
If George thinks I'm coo-coo THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR. ,
Lake Wales the ;
ficials will be going salary-less in I Singing Tower near '
Koreshan unity's settlement at Es- enough to try and pick out anyone A Daily Newspaper for the Home >
a few months. He should be in a I '
girl from my office and try leaving It gives all tha constructive! world newt but does not exploit crim and:! ,7 := .
.i.
I to mention few of the most ( .
position to know, but perhaps his tero, a cnndal Hat interesting feature pages for all the family on Womcn'i -" .
words of warning -will bring about unique. the rest of them on the bench, he'saU Activities, Homemaking, Gardens: Education and Booki. Also pages forth .. .. ;:
And in Miami, in addition to the wet. Children and Young Folks. Vigorous editorial and an interpretation -, .' ';- rnews
some measure of prevention that In the "March of the Nation interest -
Column art of special to men. *
Does he think I want to risk be- ;
night clubs, race tracks and ten-cent ,-,,
ivlll be beneficial. ------ --- -- -- ---- : { ;
stores, Is Vazcaya, estate of the late ing torn limb from limb, o'r at best Tha Chrlatlan Ec'!Inci Publishing Society .'.
have to run a gauntlet of I One Norway street Boston MumhuaettsFleasa _
Jflirty '
James Deering considered the most lUb3crlPtlon
A DECLARATION enter tn; to The Christian Science Monitor for a VV
OF palatial estate in the world. It Is: looks every time I step into my of period ofOne ,: '
DEPENDENCE FOR 1935 you p.00 Three months |3.53 -'. :-
; said that this estate contains more fice. No thanKs George, I'd much Six months 4.59 One month50 ;:
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works of art than the Metropolitan prefer to die a natural death. Nam..,,.....,,...............I..N./............ .t..11.111..1. :. .!.'
By Erich Brandeis, in Forbes Besides I have to f.,
Magazine.One Museum.We plenty worry Street..1................., .....,............................... '. : .'
about right now with the Press .
hundred and fiftyeightyears in Florida, are peculiarly City............... .oo.............. ..state...n...................... ;.....=':
privileged and we should take care Breakfast on my hands without get- ."'.' .-
ago our forefathers, when Sample Copy on Request
ting messed in
that the opportunities nearest home up a "Queen" con-
formulating the Declaration of
are not overlooked. --
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Independance, averred: "Man-
kind are more disposed to suf-

fer than, while to right evils are themselves sufferable by, .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. :f ;:t t;: A :i_: i
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abolishing the forms" to which :;: 0 .R SALE :t.s Z:' _
they are accustomed.
RAMBLINGS.
Upon that statement we should U : ?
make a Declaration of Dependance.For ;:; ; Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash-Payment I '

several years mankind have INIIN, :..:NN1, :NNNNNN, , :NNIIHNNN, , :H:NNNN,1 f Xx
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suffered under the depression. tY s s't'
The time We're not attempting to make s
has arrived "to abolish x 3.
- this a garden column, but since so Y. ,t, ./
the forms to
which we have become Xf t, t.

accustomed," by becoming conscious many people seem to be gardening .t. 'Y' k : ..
right now, the following taken from .:. Is1
. of our dependance upon each other, fx _4
by mutual the Garden Lore column of the Fort Ys's' h
co-operation, and by
each business helping the other backto Myers daily may prove more inter- ::: .i' .!. i
activity and esting and worthwhile than anythingwe ::: ::: 'i' '
prosperity.

How can this be accomplished? might originate. Here 'tis: fv' ;, ? : I f M1 iVr 2 x.
By acknowledging that Depend- The greatest pains must be taken I1' '' y1 ;s 1 1:1 't .
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ance upon one another is essentialto with transplanting that needs do- .. '.' I .'i.. :
progress. ing: in dry weather. Late afternoonis .;. 'i' .;. ::: .;;...; .
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Many enterprises have weatheredthe the best time for it, but early ':' : .:. .s.
depression and are now showinga morning will serve if plants are '.' 's'y .!. .s.

substantial improvement in their carefully shaded. To have the ..t.t. 4--.V ,yc.. l 1 .x
position because: night to recover from the opera- YyY Y
tion before have to face the
They have consistently spent mon- they X

ey for advertising and the promo- sun gives them a better start anda .;. :i: .;. :::
tion of their business. little shade for each plant fora ''l' s 's' ...

The have, throughout the past few days, gives them just the 's'yx s .Y. .'.
lean years, improved their products, support they need while the roots 0,;' '." .!. ;. ,

their service and their distribution.. are finding their way around in the 'f:. .. ? '
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They have maintained decent wage new location. .:: ; 1 .s' .'.

and working standards. I The main thing is to have the .!.. X s I :(:'1';''

They have purchased new machinery ground wet before you set the : x k V X I
expanded their plants, modernized -' plants.take a shallow trench + .;.

their equipment. where the row is to be, and run water .;. :!:: :' V .._ ,: :!: :i:
People will buy when they earn in it ahead of planting time. y ,

the money to buy. If dry sand runs down with the ':' .s. .'. '
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They will buy better things when roots as you set the plants, it is :;: :!: .:;: .;.
they can afford to buy them. apt to dry them out beyond the repair Y

The only way to give them the of subsequent watering. The I x .
means to buy is by giving them jobs. soil must be firmed around the vY s.. :t: ;;

To create jobs, the manufacturer, roots, as air spaces may result ina .' .:. :
the merchant, the jobber, the dealer short circuit, and the loss of .:. : ..s.:. :.:: '.". ii'Il

must. to the best of his ability, keep the plant. Another watering mustbe :i: :;: Pay The Balance] Like Rent :: ::. '-J'

his business up to the highest and given after the plants 'are put '' .:. .. :
most modern standards.He in, no matter how wet the groundis ?:: + WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES .;<::

can do this by giving every (except in rainy season), to reestablish :;: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :;: ::
other industry with which he has. capillary attraction, the
contact a chance to flourish. lines of which are broken by any

The Durable-Goods Industries disturbing of the soil. n! Clewiston Home Building Association i H
have been slower than others to It is profitable to give thought to

show Improvement. the forces of nature which affect A :
Yet, prosperity can never return plant) growth. The sun's rays are ;'i' _;. PHONE 103I. x; :::

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:1- '?.:.....................................................................................................I T. B. Shelley and J. G. Sheffieldwere I ginia Gallant, Mrs. G.--H. Small-, Collins, Mrs. B. E. Herring, -Mrs --

: i iy in Orlando Monday and in Miami Mrs. A. Mills. Mrs. E. J. Rogero, I Guy Larsen, Mrs. J. W. Moore, Mrs. J. M. COUSE
c :_: Personal Mention
yesterday to enter their English I Mrs. Albert Hill, Mrs J. Grady Nib- Boswell, Mrs. Robbins and Mrs. Counselor and Attorney at Law

....... iJ bull-dogs in the shows held by the lack, Mrs. Fred R. Maxwell, Mrs. James Bruce.ColeSummers.
.', : : : :N:N:N:N:N:M:,1 -N. N. ... 11.N. H Hopkins
", :I: N: N:1: :N:N: N: .N:N: American Kennel Club.. Leslie Miller, Mrs. Keathley Bowden, Building .

-J i-il: R. L. Dosh spent the week-end Mrs. E. W. Digges, Mrs. Robert I Wednesdays: and Saturdays I

;:; '.-visiting friends in Miami Friends of Mrs. W. K. Downs, i Smith, Mrs. Mark Lawler, Mrs. B. A. : Nuptials 9:30 to 4:00

who has been critically ill, are delighted Bourne, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs.

F. R. Maxwell was a business visitor to learn that her conditionis Richard Knight, Mrs. Harry Vaughn, Solemnized WednesdayMoore

,1 :. in Lake Worth Monday. reported as improved this morning Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart, Miss Dor- 11'atchesClocks_ : Jewelry

j 3i Mrs. Downs is spending the othy Lockhart, Mrs. Ivan VanHorn, ( Raven Democrat) Rear or I

"1. C. Nelson of Jacksonville was a winter with her son, C. L. Downs Mrs. R., M. Hare, jr., Mrs M. E. Clcwiston Drug: Company j

: business visitor in; Clewiston this and Mrs. Downs at the ClewistonInn. I Yenawine, and Mrs. W. F. Simpson, At a simple home ceremony per- Jewelry Repairing j

. week. of Clewiston, formed at the home of the bride's -

Mrs. F. E. Bryant and Mrs. Staf- parents at 9:00Vedncsdny: night W. H. MERRITT :

'.! ".- Mrs. W. H. Mills and daughter, Dr. and Mrs George W. Shackel- ford Beach of' Palm Beach, Mrs. Miss Alfreda Pauline Summers and WATCHMAKER & JEWELER i "

1 Rose Anne are spending this week ford of Augusta, Georgia, visited Leonard Shea, of West Palm Beach Max M. Cole, of Clewiston, were CLEWISTON FLORIDAP.

. -in. Miami. briefly in Clewiston today at the Mrs. E. F. Powers of Pahokee, Mrs.J. united in marriage. Rev. L. M. Lilly, O. Box 521DEEP

'j( home of their niece, Mrs. G. B. Rack- F. Scullen and ]Mrs. George Yon an uncle of the bride performed the

Mrs. Frank Pierce of Winter Haven straw. Dr. Shackelford is a brotherof of; Belle Glade, Mrs J. E. Frierson ring ceremony.The .

F1' is visiting friends in Clewiston Mrs. Martha Ludekens who is and Mrs. W. C. Nail of Moore Haven living room was. tastefully 1 IdR =aa 11Zp0aAH3lllLpU.

: : for a few days. here with her daughter, Mrs. Rack- Mrs: C. E. Bekemeyer, Miss Edna decorated with potted plants and
'J straw. Dreyer, Mrs Mae Blanton and Dr. Royal Palm fronds. In the doorwayan ROCKVATER ::1

. Lynch of LaBelle.MEREDITHS arch was made of the fronds.
Mrs. J. F. Tippey and 'Mrs. J. E. ---
Johnson were visitors in West Palm Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Wallace of Lighted tapers cast a subdued light Five Gallons, 25c 3
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Beach Pahokee the of baby ENTERTAIN FOR over the room during the ceremony.
'J Tuesday. are parents a :;"
VISITORS FROM: CUBA The bride was becomingly dressedin Delivered in Clewiston Tuesdays ant
, son, born in Pahokee Friday. Both '
Fridays Leave order at B & B store..
a
. 1 Mr.' and Mrs. M. H. Crouch were Mr. and Mrs. Wallace are well- flowing georgette gown over ':
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Meredith white satin with 'white Your business appreciated..
en-
accessories.She .
business known in Clewiston
visitors In West Palm where they resided -
" Peach Tuesday. for .some time. Mrs. Wallace tertained with a dinner party Tues- carried a bouquet of violets and G. P. Barrow .-j
day evening in honor of Mrs. Leonard orange blossoms. .. .
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. was Miss Jo Hogan before her mar-
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B. Foxx and Miss Hazel Foxx of [BBflflBBBBBBBBflBBBBBBflflBBBBBCLEWISTON> ) _a3
Mrs. J. M. Couse and Mrs. F. A. riage a few years ago. Mrs. Cole is the oldest daughter! .
I Flanders of Moore Haven visited I Camaguey, Cuba, who were house of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Summers, of I ;

friends .here Monday. I Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg and guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.. J. B. Moore Haven. She is a graduate of f!
.
:., Mrs. Clyde R. Byrd drove to Miami Scharnberg.Other the local high school, class of 1932, WOOD j

g Mrs W. M. Redelshelmer and Wednesday to take Mrs. Leonard guests included Mr. and and was one of the most popular of

son, Billy, returned Wednesday from I Foxx and Miss Hazel Foxx, who will Mrs. Scharnberg, Mr. and Mrs. Zer-I the town's younger set. YARD "
ney Meredith, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde R.
R Visit of several days in Miami. visit there for some time before. returning The groom is the son of M. Cole, '
Byrd, Mr. and Mrs. M. .
Ironmonger,
--- to their home in Camaguey, of Jacksonville and is an employee I '
Miss Eunice Meredith, Henry Chap- Phone 336
Cuba. Mrs. Foxx and her daughterhave of the Atlantic
Dredging
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dyess and Company
pell, Earl Renick and John Lucaa.
:. yghter, Katherine, spent the been guests of Mr. and Mrs. now operating in Clewiston. He has I ,

Ito ."" eek end with relatives in LaBelle. Scharnberg here since Monday.J. MRS BALLARD WINS HIGH been headquartered in this sectionfor ,............ . .... . .. .a...............J ?
the past three being with
years
".:.a i Dire\ '. H. J. Burt of Wheaton, Illinois -! G. Harrington, who has spent PRIZE AT BRIDGE CLUB the company when the grade ford I I ;: EYERGLAtESFUNERAL .

.J } is spending a few days herewith the past two, weeks here visiting his State Road 67 was built. He is well: I :: : !
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:i her niece, Mrs. F. M. Wright. brother-in-law, Father Francis J. Mrs. R. A. Ballard was awarded known in Moore Haven and well lik- .
' : I Finnegan, is leaving today for his high score prize at the meeting of ed by all who know him. X X

Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, I home in New York, City. Mr. Har- the bridge club at ,which Mrs. C, W. The happy couple left immediately I:_: HOME' {. ', '

./ Mr1 H. A. Bestor and Gerry Ryan rington, who is first vicepresidentof McDonald was hostess Tuesday af- following the ceremony for Clew- ?

motored to West Palm Beach Tues the Milton 'C. Johnson company ternoon. Mrs. I. M. Pafford was iston where they will make their i

day. has been delighted with Florida and : holder of low score and Mrs. J. W. home for the present. I :3: Licensed Funeral: Djr.ectorsi::

with this section. during his visit Ezelle won the cut prize. Aside from the members of the and. Embalmers :$1
Other guests were Mrs. Dave immediate ** "
families
here. the following
Mrs. E. W. attended D. <
Digges a
Alston, Mrs. F. R. Maxwell Mrs. :i: Ambulance Service "
.A. R. dinner given at the Breakers ; were present at the ceremony: Mr. ss *
Grover C. Poole. Mrs. H. R. Hall and Mrs. F. A. McKenzie and Tom X ,
Hotel in Palm Beach last even- MRS. BERNIE RYAN HONOR X 1"i
ing. GUEST AT BRIDGE AT INN and Mrs. G. B: Thomas. Foster, of Clewiston, Mrs. W. W. :;: CLEWISTON. PHONE 32 :ftV '?

Hooks of LaBelle, Mr. and Mrs. :X .'.
Clyde S. Mrs. L. :X: PAHOKEE, PHONE 2301 :; ;:'
Mrs. Anna Farnam oPMoore Haven MRS NEr TJER'S TEA GIVEN Cooksey, M. Lilly, $;
,One of the most delightful .
':, was the guest of her granddaughter ; ties of the season was the bridge par- FOR MRS. OLIN CARLETONMrs. and Mrs.''Parker P. E. Lundy Wilson., :Miss Louise Lilly, .v...;.!'O...................1..........N..................................-.eo.-. .. ............1 t:'. i

Mrs. Clyde Egley, Thurs- party given at the Clewiston Inn ::
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F.' J. Nebiker: entertainedwith
," day. yesterday afternoon by Mrs. H. A.
a delightful tea at her homeon :
Bettor and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson ,
"I, MJS.. W. W. Perry and son, ,Billy, i honoring Mrs. Bernie Ryan of St.:, the government reservation Fri- .N.N.N. .N.N.N.1..N.H. .N.N.N..111. .N.N.H.. .N.N. .N N N.1.M N N.N.M. NN.N.N.H.N. .1.N.N.1 -4 it4
day afternoon honoring Mrs. Olin
;
of Tampa, arrived Sunday to join Paul, Minnesota,. who is the guestof .
Carleton, of Atlanta who is
spend- .r,'
Mr. Perry who has been named agent her sister Mrs. Bestor.
ing the winter here with her .
daughter Si ,
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of the A. C., L. here.. Sixteen tables of bridge were in
Mrs. W. F. Simpson.
:
,2 play. and a. number guests came in -.
.
F. E. Frazier of Orlando, district's i later for tea" High score prize, a Mrs.The Martha guests S.were Ludekens Mrs. Carleton Mrs. ,
D.
superintendent of the Western Un- linen luncheon set. CLEWISTON
Mrs.E.
was won by Jenkins Williams, Mrs. W. F. Simp- :;
;
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ion Telegraph company, was a bust- I P. Mutrux: Miss Edna Dreyer, : 60LF'I
ness visitor here yesterday.s. .- son, Mrs G. C. Poole, and Mrs. I.
holder of second high ,score received -
t
M Pafford 1 ....
a wool embroidered pillow; Mrs.F. .
trs. J. W. Moore. Mrs. Olin Carle- D. Duff, received linen guest I ;:: : couisu
"
- ,,:''Cbn LOCAL BRIDE IS HONORED I /:' .: .. !
:
Mrs. Martha S. Ludekens and towels for third prIze. and Mrs W. WITH HOUSEHOLD SHOWERMrs. ,. ; 4
Mrs. W. F. visitors In .
Simpson were
: M. Redelsheimer a crystal vase for : '. : : :
West Palm Beach Monday. I fourth high score. Fostorla dishes ,,(, :. : : ,
R. M. Hare, jr. who .
was ,
I were awarded to Mrs. Ivan VanHornfor :; '.' :
Miss Louise, Renfroe before her mar- '. <@ .,".
1 Mr. and! Mrs. T. C. Musgrave are cut prize among bridge players .
parents of a seven and one-half and Mrs D. J. Williams for cut riage on Christmas Day, was honored s "-- s -",...
prize l with a household shower and :: 'ji
round baby boy, who was born at among tea guests. Mrs. Ryan !
| bridge party by Mrs. Charles E. Miner ,, ....
the Lakeside hospital Tuesday. presented, with a set of lace scarfs as i

guest prize. Two out-of-town visitors II Friday afternoon. ':.1

.,' Mrs. Roy Shaw of Memphis, Ten- ", Mrs. Frank Pierce of Winter The guests enjoyed several pro-

.t' / nessee, who is visiting relatives in Haven and Mrs. H. J. Burt of gressions of contract bridge, Mrs.. M. 1 1s

'_.c' Cocoa for some time, spent Thursday tcn' Illinois, were presented'whea-I' E.prize VonMach, Mrs. R.receiving Y. Patterson high second score ,i I Open to the Public

: here with Mrs. T. B. Shelley. linen handkerchiefs.A j
high prize and Mrs. M. E. Yenawine,
salad served at the ; i
course was
," low score prize. Mrs. Carl Berner I .. I
1 E. E. Kelly returned Wednesday conclusion of play. won the cut prize.A ,

.; from 'a two weeks' stay in Peoria, The guest list included Mrs. F.I delicious salad course with hot ,; I : ,

lillinois. Mr. Kelly visited relatives Deane Duff, Mrs. H. J. B, Scharn- '
coffee was served by the hostess and i
I and' attended a Dealers! Reunion at I berg Mrs. M. E. VonMach, Mrs. C. afterwards the table before Mrs. : I :, :

the Caterpillar Tractor company. I.. Downs, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt Mrs. Hare was piled high with the array : 1'- :
1 __ W. M. Redelsheimer.; Mrs. Paul :
of lovely gifts from the guests. .c.- I i ,2I .
Lieutenant and Mrs. W. H. Mills I Irons, Miss Grace Cahill Miss Mary Mrs. s I s.J :
Those playing bridge were : :
and daughter, Rose Anne, Mr. and McCrone, Mr' O. F. Schlffli, Mrs. .
R. M. Hare, jr. Mrs. G. B. Thomas .
;I Mrs. E. W. Digges and children. W. C. Owen. Mrs. Fred Hill, Mrs. R. A. Ballard Mrs. M. E. Yen- J Moderate Green Fees ; _, -

': Josephine and Billy, and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Percy. Mrs. Elbert '
awine, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. _: .
Mrs. J. F. McLure, jr. attended the. Stewart l\IrOi. F, M. Wright, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. Bernie Ryan. 11 Exceptional Fairways .
:;'. in Miami Saturday.Mr. H. 'J. Burt Mrs. Grover Poole Mrs.
a: races :
; Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. M. E. Von-
;
I. M. Paff rd. Mrs R. A. Ballard. ,| interesting Greens I 1st
Mach, Mrs. Harry Vaughn, Mrs. M
and Clvde -R. Byrd Mrs. Charles 1i.
Mrs. G. H. Small are Mrs. j Ezelle Mrs. -
I H. Crouch, Mrs. J. W. ,
thin ]Miner, Miss Mae Drew Mrs. A. O.
pnonrling week-end in Tampa .
J. P. Percy, Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs
visiting Mrs. Small's mother 1\11"5'1(I Ward Mrs. J. W. Ezelle. !' Elsie Cothern, and Mrs. Leslie :Mil! .
-. Leo Frisch and her sister, Mrs. Gertrude Mrs. J. E. Be-\i-dslev. Mrs.. Ru!': !elJ ler. Tea guests were Mrs. G. H. ,.
Jacobs Lila Whidden, Mrs. C. F. Goodman Mrs.:
and Miss Frisch Small, Mrs. Carl Berner and Mrs

.:; and a brother, Harry Frisch. I F. M. Rodriguez Mrs. A. A. Mun- G C. Poole. ',
-
Nail. Mrs. Carl D.I .
Captain and Mrs. H. G. roe Berner, Mrs. C. 'E. ..:..:;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:.:..:.,.:..:,.,
Vaughn,,(I SIRS. PATTERSON HOSTESS AT .i'
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of Norfolk, Virginia, were visitors in I Mrs. J. F. Tippey. Mrs. E. C. Mills REGULAR LADIES AID )MEETING ; .

- lewiston for a few days this week. Mrs. W. Pr Vaughn, jr., Mrs. Fred Sugar land

Captain Vaughn is from the Norfolk Henriksen, Miss Gynna Henriksen, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson was hostess .

division office of U. Engineers, Mrs. E. Mutrux, Mrs 'M.. W. Bigg, Thursday afternoon to members and ;: ;
inspecting the federal levee Mrs. Milton Crouch. Mrs. R. C. Now- :
and was' visitors of the Ladies Aid Society at .
project on Lake Okeechobee. ling, Mrs. Martha S. Ludfkens, the regular January meeting. _:: Service Stations :

Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs. R. M. which :.
Plans for an oyster supper, q
; Among those attending the golf Hare Mrs. J. W. Moore. Mrs. J. A. second. A
will be held on February ;
' match and the barbecue supper following McGeehee. Mrs. Richardson Selee.
: ; ,
were presented by Mrs. F. M. Wrightand
::! at the Fort Myers Golf Club Mrs. A. V. Southard, Miss Bonceil '
Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, the committee ; i'l
Sunday were Mr and Mrs. W. C. !Stone.; Mrs. W. C. Hooker. Mrs. W. in charge of arrangements.Three Sales Service

Owen, Mr. and Mrs F. D. Duff, Mr. P. Vaughn, pr., Mrs. M. P. Peterson, new members Mrs. J. W. ;

:and Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. Bernie Mr. Fred A. McKenzie Mrs. G. H. Moore, Mrs. Boswell and Mrs. James :

Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. 'Goodman, French, Mrs. W. A. Davis, Mrs, Fostr llruce were added to the roll.

I Mr and Mrs.: ,Joe Masters, Mr. andjvSJlpJFred ?; Meredith, Present were Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, :_:: COMPLETE AUTO REPAIR SERVICEGreasing :;

: Hill, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. 1IrH.. C. Kolstad, Mrs. I. D Ley- Mrs. J. G. Niblack, Mrs. Victor Im- '
Wlmlden, Lt. and Mrs. R.' Selee, Miss rug. Miss Marion Levdig, Mrs. Leah Mrs. .
:
manuel, Mark Lawler, Mrs. I. :_: Polishing _
-:- Washing -:- ;
Gallant, Mrs. C. R :
Byrd,
Virginia :
Snicer Mrs. Olin Carleton Mrs. Joe D. Leydlg, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. C '
i '
Mrs. M. M. Cooper, Fr. F. J. Finne- Masters Mrs. F.. J. Nebiker. Mrs. O W. McDonald, Mrs. V. A. Allen, :_: A trial will convince that our Repair Department :;:: "
J. G. Harrington, J. G. Sheffield you
,
gan A. Jones, Mrs. George Sparks, Miss Mrs. D. J. Williams, 1Irs.V.. F. -
Emmet Shelley Tom Shellev, Vilma Rhodes, Miss Eva Mae Simpson, Mrs. G. C. Poole, Mrs. L s: is among the best. :;:
:'.",:, A. L. Hackett, L. H. Nash, J. F. Greene Mrp. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. M. Pafford, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. .2.

... Curry, A. N. Gallant, J. W. Moran, Ray Mitchell, G. B. Thomas. Mrs. A. O. Ward, ;t Glenn Etherton Prop. *:

'] M. W. Bigg, Jimmy Harrington, Mrs. J. F. McLure, Jr., Mrs. C. W. Mrs. Arthur King, 'Mrs. A. V. Souths s .

:;:' Keathley. Bowden H. R. Hall Dick McDonald, Mrs E. A. McKenzie, ard, Mrs, 0, A, Jones, Mrs, Leslie : Sugarland Highway Clewiston ':f

Gibbons of Canal Point and Br.. \V.j 0. Mrs L. H Davis Mrs W. 9. Cowart, Miller, Mr!. Charles Hendryi i 8
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wuu.e fi[ B1.l Qll\\\l \ Nf, KsuueUi >M.< Ht1tf.\1t: Mies Vir Mrs motel H.
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FEATHERHEADS 0 nB.yr ft bOrn eunl.a The End of the Rope
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-AMD So ,HATS HOW TRICK IS WORKED LIKE -
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g fig PONE: ETC- -- IEANY- lei ,

ETC- Ho-NUM 1 So WHAT q PRICE OF A COLD"I

r / say, Betty," said the young man, /::> ; G i

full of confidence. "I've just been
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thinking how jolly it would be If we ." ,-
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two got married. Any objections?"

'\ l v' "Dough," replied the young lady at
once.

I He reached for his hat and made for *

the door. .
"H'm," he replied. "I might have

known you'd have thought of that snag (Qt'
first." .

He departed Into the night, while
she, poor girl-with a cold In her head
QI m
a K' Map -wondered why he left when she had QLoo

accepted him. >? ::


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CF TOU EVER SAW A SAyCAN Y2!! CALLS AND CALLS

MAGIC /fAM THROW A Rope liP THAT

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"I know a man who had a hundred

\ curtain calls a week.: There is no reason why pajamas
-I "I suppose he was a matinee Idol?" should not be as smart as anything
: "No, he was a' house furnisher." else a woman wears-and every rea-
fD western Nswspsper tYnlon II
son why they should. Here are some

__ Morals and Music that are as carefully designed as a

I -FINNEY OF THE FORCE: *,?I. 2sS: : Safety First I The large'man fortune who was had starting just cleaned his social upa suit.business Look mounts at the in a way becoming that girdle V in .

I career with a reception and concert. the front and ties In a clever bow in

SGRGEAN1 FINNED WE HAVE So MR BUMP\ ? )pTI FINE "So you got a good piano plajer for the back::, emphasizing the slender
OI'M DA'(1"AILEDte the concert I'm giving?" he asked his lines of the waist. Those tiny revers
MANY REQUESTS FOR POLICEPROTECf1Ot4 I WILL START -- newly acquired secretary. are exactly the finish it needs at the
FOR PAY ROLLS TF4AT = t-\ PER virtuoso." neck, and tho well-cut trousers are'"
PUsHT AWAY "Yes a truly great
I'LL HAVE To ASSISM 1 YOU pDooT LL "I don't care nothin' about his both comfortable and good looking.It .

TO SPECIAL DETAIL AT YIs Y YET] morals. Can he play?"-American Legion is, of course a two-piece model,
fA1LORINGSOP. nice ,to ,make;: in a neatly patterned
HUMP'S Ih Monthly. .
GHO P t. cotton or a plain or figured flannel .

; TODAY Insoluble Container or challis.
1 Pattern 2043 is available in sizes :'. .
A farmer vIsited his' son's college. 12, 14, 10, 18 and 20. Size 10 takes
Watching students in a chemistry 4 / yards 3G Inch fabric. Illustrated

class, he was told they were looking step.-by-btep sewing instructions In-
for a universal sohont. eluded -

"What's that?" asked the farmer. Send FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) In

"A liquid that will dissolve anything." coins or stamps (coins preferred)

"That's a great idea," agreed the for this pattern. Write plainly name,'

faimer. "When you find it, what are address and style number. BE SURE
you going to keep It in?"-Good Hard- TO STATE SIZE.

ware. Address order to Sewing Circle

Pattern Department, 243 West Sev-

Including Molar Excavities enteenth Street, New York: City.

., .. "What are the dining hours at your
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: : :..- .. :;."': ... ? YfeZ. HAVE E. .
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.. -. .. .. VJUllT WUZ.TVT OIDEA club?
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"" ...? "S'x"x"< ...:. <.' /':: ."""",,/"..,. .'... ......"- .' A PAY ROLL OP "From six to eight for all except the SELECTING
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/ MEBBE
BuT
-;" -THAKJ $ IOO. "
x..X/ LESS ?" "We need a leader! said the ex.
;::> -' WJOdLDti'fKWOW "Why the exception
.. () THEY
BANDITS cited man.
: -,:- / NO "Because Rule 5 says: 'The com-
: P AFTtER{ YETANDTHATT14' "We've plenty of leaders," answered
/ 5F got
/ -X WOULD mittee is at liberty at any time to fill
;"'- Senator Sorghum, "what :you
,, / RISKS WMENl THEYFOJMD any vacancy in their body.Bristol
want to do is to get up a good roadmap
AM'ALL- otiT1Th -- Express.
and show us where and how It

--- _- '( MIGHT Is safe and proper to '
II. ;ff f --- Good Enough Evidence travel.

GLT MAD I "This, sir" said the shop assistant Late for BreakfastChiefYou're

proudly, "is the very" latest lifesavingbelt late again Jackson. "

I we can procure. Do rOll: never use jour alarm clock?:
"Is It absolutely reliable?" asked the
Jackson-Yes, sir; but I no longer
>\V v customer. find it alarming.
> 1i1- "Well, sir, we've sold hundreds, and a
no one has ever brought one back.-. FA
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There Isn't Any
Stray Stories Magazine. *
"My wife always has the last !

word." .
,- NO ARMCHAIR "Mine never gets ,to it."-London '
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t- OLD CROW can't be entertained unless you say I Unhappy Memories
I I.r rrt
something disagreeable about the ab '"Daddy," said the little girl "teach. 1JudgeWhat's w- I''
sent." er told us today that the olive branch g' l

t is the emblem of peace. What Is th. ;
i" A Need Not a Want emblem of war?"
,
r First 1'ramp-Dat lady up de road "Orange blossom," grunted her par-

r' guy me de worst Insult I ever suf .ent.-Stray. Stories Magazine.
fered.

Pal-What did she do? Skeptical"Yes
't.- First Tramp-She promised to give "
I II said the enthusiastic motor
i; a. \ .lil cake If I'd armful 1r
me a saw up an 1st, "she'll do 85."
of wood-an' what she me was a the charge?
guv "Per
: Mr. 1. M. Broke-Say, you remind I cake of soap! What is dis world hour the per. gallon or perhapsi"Inquired Officer-RockIng his wife to sleep,

;. me of a bird.CollectorItow. coming to?-Pathfinder Magazine.All wag.MIGHT jer honor.
: so? Judge-That's no case.
],(1'. I. M. B.-Because you'ie always BE WORSE Officer-Oh. but yer honor, yer
in a Bad Fix
sticking your bill In my face. should hev seen the size of the rocks.
, It was Timothys first day at school.
He walked to the teacher's desk and
r Hearing Is Enough announced "I ain't got no pencil." Advertising Pays
::: Mabel-So you've really decided not
Habeeb-So your wife quarreled
Shocked
at his expression the teacher -
'. with you? I thought you said she was exclaimed, "I han no pencil !" pr1'kjii. to sell your house? 1
Jacqueline-Yes. You see a real es-
blind to faults.
your A sympathetic look crossed the small
: .- 'Coyimjoglu-She was blind to them boy's face, and he replied, "You ain't tate man put such an alluring advertisement
all right, but wasn't deaf, and the In the paper about It that
;Ii .' got none, neither? Well, we're both in
,f neighbors posted her.-Pathfinder Magazine. the same fix. ain't we'?" after we read it neither Bob nor I
;: could think of parting with such a
I -s* ,,'\ wonderful and perfect home.
:
f I In the Stilly Night

I Kindly Intentions"Why Wife-Fred, I am slue I can hear a "1 don't see why you complain about Just the Thing
don't you try to avoid sarcasm burglar at the windjw. the 'size of my bill. It's not as big as "
1 want to answer Dorothy's letter
I ?" Husband-Hush. Perhaps he will it might have been."
, "Because of my kindly disposition," manage to open It-I have not been "That's right; I wasn't as sick as 1 atd" say something that means noth

j Aatd Mist Cayenne. "Some friends able to move It since it was painted. : could have been either" ing. 4YR'
I "Tell her you love her.

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THE CLEWISTON 'NEWS. FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1935




SPARE THE SPINACH! NUGGET OF WISDOM
t
: POULTRY Planes Carry Odd FreightFlying

,
The main value of spinach lies In Nothing Is more despicable than

. J Its good content of Iron, Its alkali- malice that seeks to hide Itself under

,',.011 A\ forming mineral, and its, vitamin A, the name of zeal.

S B, and C content. All these elements,
Boats That Have So Greatly to
Helped
: Bring however, are present In other vegetables -

.' Producers and Consumers Closer, Are Askedto Naturally po two green vegetables -

.< 7; GOOD MALES BRINGHIGHLAYING are exactly alike'In composition -

:: 1 : Render Peculiar' Service."Fish but there Is an advantage Wi

.,1 HENS this fact in that It provides, release NASAL.IRRITATION

from monotony. Try'servIng some
miles" haven't anything to !I 000,000. These fast planes Into the of the other green vegetables to your

1 Use Progeny Testing Plan to do with the fact that a seaplane Is Caribbean have pretty nearly revo- children and find out what they like; ,
a kind of flying fish-It's the lutionized the du to colds.
number -I chicken business
: Pick Best Sires. then ;you can gauge the amounts of !
of miles flown multiplied by the down there. A '
couple of years ago these to provide exactly the same
1: number of fish In the cargo. the chicken raisers in middle Flor-
for which
things
are using spin
Prepared by the United States!! Department you I
.:, of Agriculture.-WNU Service. One line reckons Its oyster miles, I II ida got the Idea of sending day-old r.ch.-Dr. Walter H. Eddy in Good Relieve the dryness and I

'. : A good male is ten times as Impor I its bee miles, its monkey miles and : chicks into the West Indies by ; Housekeeping. irritation Menlholatum by applying night

,,:. .... tant as a good hen In building up a above all, its chicken miles-eighteen I II plane, and up to now we've carried and morning. I

;] :,', flock of poultry. For this reason progeny I millions of the latter, writes William something like 100,000. Usually theygo In Retrospect

testing, a method which enables Bridges In the New York Sun. to some port within a day or two Many of one's "good times" are

'7>' a poultry breeder to Identify the superior These flying boats that bring Haiti of Miami by air and, the losses aren'tanything only so In remembrance.

J., males in his flock, Is a necessity within exactly 24 hours of the New -around 1 per cent loss In I COM FORT Daily:

;t to progress In poultry breeding, says York market-by easy connection transit..

:.j Dr. M. A. Jull, In charge of poultry with a 12-hour plane from Miami "Florida chicks knocked the bor-

;' Investigations for the United States Department and the whole West Indies string of tom out of the chicken: business in Scientists Find Fast Wayto

; of Agriculture. Islands within two or three days, Jamaica. I heard the chicken raisers

..1: Too much significance has been attached are doing some amazing things for down there were protesting about

'. to phenomenal records In egg- business down this way. competition by airplane, but. the Relieve a Cold -'

" : laying contests, according to Doctor They carry some 3,000 pounds of II colonial government took the attitude -
"j Jull, who bases his statement on the
freight every month Into the Caribbean that Florida could have the
results of recent experiment with Ache and Discomfort Eased Almost Noto
'J'' a and South America, and most business If It could get"It. Instantly
White and Rhode Island '
:I Leghorns
of it Is emergency or perishablestuff. "Under certain restrictions ,we
,i' Reds at the Beltsvllle research center
A piece of machinery breaks carry animal freight. We've hauled NOTE"DIRECTIONS I ,
W
J. of the department, at Beltsvllle, Md. '
5) and a mine has to shut down for a monkeys, ducks, snakes, dogs and ; PICTURES" :
High-production records In the ances-
: month or so-had to, that Is, until cats-not many ,dogs, for some, Reason :
... try of hens used In a breeding flock
; : this air express business started. but about ten times as many The simple method pictured here is

'"- ..... are, of course, desirable but the experiment Not long ago that happened to a cats-and flamingoes, alligators and .' Il the way many doctors now treat .f..
/-1" '. shows that such records on
< ,: mining company In Colombia. They so on. The oyster-flying business Is colds and the aches and pains colds -3
only one: side of the ancestry are not
..
with
them
bring I "
a snapped off a 400-pound crankshaft brisk in winter. Our man figured

fP 4' pullets.sufficient On assurance the other of hand high-producIng, three generations -called New York by radio and ordered we've flown 3,633 oysterquartmiles is'--- It is recognized as a 'safe, sure, :j
'1" '
records a new one. Inside a week a ITake 2 BAYER Aspirin ,Tablets QUICK way. For it will relieve an .fi
of
j good egg-production "I I sure you get the_BAYER ordinary cold almost as fast as \
you
'i do give some assurance of good. records flying clipper ship laid the seven- suppose the smallest piece of Tablets you ask!for. it.
J of the pullets. foot piece of steel at their door. freight we ever carried or 'maybeever caught ,

1 A hen that produces good laying pullets Arthur Curtis, official of one of will was a two-ounce package. Ask your doctor about this., And
. !\ That happened last when you buy, be sure that you get :1
winter.
the Some .
lines
: by one sire may produce pullets great talked about the the real BAYER
Aspirin Tablets.
with mach curious New York man went over to Nassau "
lower averages when matedto freight the line handles. 1'
j dissolve ,
They (disintegrate) almost
another sire the next This in- "You know on a vacation and when he came S
we've
year. got some fairly 'c instantly. And thus work almost instantly ..,
dicates that a hen's value as a breeder steady customers down South who back to Miami he suddenly discov- h when take them. And ,

Is not always shown by the average egg use our ships as a sort of fast delivery ered he'd left one false tooth in a 'p -, for a gargle, Genuine you Bayer Aspirin ," 't
of her but depends glass of water in his Nassau hotel
production daughters service and do their shoppingup L Tablets disintegrate with speed and '( 1i
: ) also the Involved. room. Why he hadn't missed it before ;
on mating North, he said. "I rememberone completeness, leaving no irritating .
The ability to select superior breeding woman in British Guiana because I don't know. Anyway, he.. 2 Drink,a full! glass of water. Repeat particles or grittiness. :,:;,
males is of becausea wouldn't back to New York with treatment in 2 hours. .,
great Importance her name is on our freight go I BAYER Aspirin.prices have been -

sire's Influence on a flock Is at least lists pretty often. She buys her lip- I a missing tooth, so he got in touch decisively reduced on all sizes, so ";!

.: ten times as great as that of a hen, stick and a certain kind of face pow- with the hotel by radio and our men 1 Y there's no point now in accepting f.:. "

:, as one sire Is usually mated to ten or der In New York and always has it picked up the tooth, flew back to other than the real Bayer article you .";.
:- more hens. The index of greatest value sent down In our ships."I Miami with it In a couple of hours

; in determining a sire's breeding and he went home happy."
don't know how many cases of OW ,
worth was found to be the average egg '
C hat samples we've carried down ,to I
'I production of all of his daughters. West Indian Beauty 19 .i
RIo-not always for the shops, but ,
I :More writers than have likened .
often for one I
the who
: women want to
Italy Believed Home of make their own selection of New the scenery of the West Indiesto 15 .. '/,

L. Fowls York models. a theatrical back-drop becauseso
:- -? Original Leghorn of the 3 If throat is sore, crush and stir 3 ;
islands
"I'think the oddest piece of freightwe many are so lovely e BAYER Aspirin Tablets in a third '
'J The
history of reveals that
poultry carried that they seem too dramatic to be of a glass of water. Gargle twice. This PRICES on Genuine Bayer Ar p trio "''
J "Italy was, undoubtedly, the home of ever was a little pieceof true. In Haiti the traveler steps into eases throat soreness almost instantly. Radically Reduced on All Slzti 'I
human
i the living tissue in a test
j orIginal Leghorn fowls, the
says tube. the very locale of drama, the settingin f-\
1 "n" Montreal Herald. Early literature
shows that poultry of several kinds "It seems a doctor In Merida, :Mexico : which the prototype of Eugene .
operated on a woman and found O'Neill's "Emperor Jpnes" spent his How Calotabs Help Nature
] ; -,'. was bred at least 3,000 years ago, and
brief and
; some sort of cell growth he couldn't gaudy career. 1
fowls
were used in Rome for food 2,000 '

yam, ". :-rdiJt. P years ago.Indications. Identify He had to be sure of his forests High Christophe'3 on its mountain castle above still standsas dense To Throw Off< Bad ColdMillions i
\\.J, Y' resulting from careful diagnosis) so he snipped off some of a
.. the tissue, sealed it In a reminder of the theatric negro '
test
,,' : i" and widespread investigations, are ,a tube
have found in Calotabs a Second Calotabs diuretic to the
,
who made himself an and are
: ."" that "The Leghorn fowls as they existed and put it on one of our lanes emperor most valuable aid in the treatmentof kidneys, promoting the elimination
built his castle at the cost of Innumerable
-1F----( : In Italy prior to 1815 were a early in the morning. Well, it got; : colds. They take one or two tablets of cold poisons from the blood. Thus ."
s l \ mongrel lot," descended from promiscuous to :Miami at 5 p. m. and left a cou lives and to the tune of the first night and repeat the Calotabs serve the double purpose of 31"

:,' : ". matings, without any attention pie of hours l later in the ,air mail groans from his tortured subjects. third or fifth night'if needed. a purgative and diuretic, both of :
.. Port-au Prince the How do Calotabs help Nature which needed in the treatment
-'' for New York. The next capital, is justas are
{ being paid to color formation morningthe
body or
!I
melodramatic with its throw off a cold? First,.Calotabs are of colds. '
noisy mar-
f' productivity. The greatest develop National Pathological laboratories one of the most thorough and dependable Calotabs are quite economical: .: j,.
j. .. ment in the breed has taken place in had it under a microscope, ket square its looming cathedral and of all intestinal eliminants, only twenty-five cents for the family "; ::f'i

'j England, the United States and Can and they wired him a complete streets crowded with natives and thus cleansing the intestinal tract of package, ten cents for the trial it-

'; ada and it Is significant that the high Identification before noon. That was burros., the germ-laden mucus and toxines. package. (Adv.) .''};' I

!}". state of development attained In these just a routine piece of work with us

'. countries has led breeders In the -no special service or charge. We :
;
'; ;a w -Tg 'IA t PARKER'S
:.=-." ,:..J: native home of the Leghorn to imports carried that piece of tissue 2,500; x y 4t R.
HAIR BALSAM
miles for $_.54. 'I I e I 's 0 e a I.t
'I
:; specimens for the sole purpose of Improving d Removes DandrnfJ'-Stops Hair Fulling
i size, stamina, conformation "And as for carrying lIve stock 1 Imparts Color and
and Faded Hair
Beauty Gray aL
; : and productivity-not to say profit. I suppose that in the past six yearswe've 60c and(1.CO at Druggist
HI. Chem Wk* Patehogng:N.Y,
carried about everything sizeable
': FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use in --F
1 Poultry Rations and tractable enough to ride a connection with Parker HairBalsamMakesthe
plane. Some time back Louisianawas hair soft and fluffy.50 cents by mail or at drug -z;
gists.Hiscox Chemical Works, Patchogne N.Y.
4' Many poultry feed experts think It trying to fight the sugar cane
-t' Is a wise practice to build all poultry borer with
.
parasitic bugs, and
i j ;: : rations around yellow corn, believing every ,.,'
r" week we brought in hundreds of OLD AGE PENSION INFORMATION : : .
_' "" '. that under normal conditions It ',.
ENCLOSE STAMP
: : may thousands :J.I
of those bugs. One of
.",; ;, <, ',.". make up one-half to two-thirds of the our JUDGE LEHMAN, HUMBOUDT, KANS. .:
men figured the 'animal mIles'
: :;:: ..: : grain mixture, depending on the sea up
,- our planes have flown, and he est! '.
: of the WHY WORK:?
son year possibly more being
mated the bug miles at 41,083,000. Stay In your home and receive $10 dally. I"-J
required in the winter season than In Send two dimes for particulars. Carroll, ,-
":"" -" '" ., ..".\.:.; summer. Wheat is well liked by fowls "Chicken miles come second-18y ass W. 10th St., :New York City. ,' :

,j and may form a part of every ration. -
-
In feeding value It Is said tf be approximately '" ."\:
?
equal to corn, pound for
,
: pound. When it Is low In price It may ::

be fed up to one-half the total grain allowance ,
'
'lJ -:".{ !,, and when relatively expensive :.::
.
::\ :.; It may be reduced to a fifth or u

: : : even less, according to the Illinois Ex. 1 ARDThE ,:..,
\ + NEWS THE J
-:-' ;: \ perlmental station. ...;.

.'--...I If') Poultry Gleanings- j



: Lancashire, England, has mote hens REGULAR PRICE Of CALU M-ET jJ ;"
'
.' >;:. than people. '.
i .

{"r>' .. Pound for pound, a pullet needs four ,,:

=: : ;.. ._, times more oxygen than a cow. \
\: : : ": ':< S. *"
: : ; BAKING POWDER IS NOW
"
; Z.r; Pale yolks are produced on such f

'''::.i : \ \>> feeds as white corn, wheat, oats, ands
: '' barley O Os
C
": > .
: ,
- '(' 7;$ :,,: One hundred pullets should eat about
_
.
- Y T ':1-', '-.' ,; : ( 25 pounds of feed daily. The proporJliJ ONLY POUN ,

., tion of grain to mash will \ary. .
., .
.J := e *

"' ;:: ;' In the case of a fresh egg, the shell 4ciBETTER-IT !

,,>' ',. Is dull and,often has a sort of "bloom"

:t ::,',: on it; shells of stale eggs are glossy 1
"' and smooth.

*
AND IT BAKCT
':, When a bird Is dry-picked.It will

lose about one-tenth of Its weIght *

when the blood and feathers are re ACTS TWICEd'T' !"

;',; moved. In other words, a l -pound

turkey will lose about one and a hal

:, ponnds In dressing._ _

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1035
PAGE EIGHT


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WITH 'I the short route, it will not be an TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN a year.
HONORED
SCOPE OP ARMY ENGINEERS VISITORS MONDAY EVEl\'NG''exhibition in any sense of the word.If : THE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE I SECTION V. No license shall be

"'OR1GIVE IN ARTICLEContinued BRIDGE Cancela knocks out the chorousman WAS ADOPTED BY \issued 'under ,this ordinance to any
-
THE CITY COMMISSION OP
Leonard Foxx and Miss Hazel heavyweight champion he will II
Mrs. CLEWISTON person,. firm, association or corporation -
THE CITY OF ,
( from page 1)ent's Foxx, of Camaguey, Cuba, who werehouseguests be recognized throughout the worldas FLORIDA, ON JANUARY 7th, to engage in any of the busl-.
would involvetotal
which n
notice, for several days at the the new champion. 1935, AND THE SAME WILL nesses or occupations named in Sec- Jf

expenditure of about $8,000'000. ,- home of Mr. and Mrs.: H. J. B. Cancela has' greatly improved during BE BROUGHT FOR FINAL tion III of this Ordinance outside of "t-

The Army engineers not onl Scharnberg and Mrs. Bernie Ryan, I the past few months. He has recently PASSAGE AT THE NEXT the business section of the City of

have their plans for these improve of St. Paul, Minnesota. who is visiting beaten Corn Griffin, Salva- REGULAR :MEETING: OF SAID Clewiston as planned and zoned as

ments ready for prompt initiatio her sister, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, tore Ruggerlle, Reds Barry and Bob COMMISSION ON FEBRUARY4th per general plan of Clewiston, according -
of actual work whenever the mone; nationally 1935: I to the plat thereof recorded
were honor guests at, a bridge given Tow, all highly rated,
available but they have selected -- in Plat Book 2, pages 7 to 14 in-
is made by the Scharnbergs at their home known heavyweights. Cancela is a BILL NO. 22.
and trained personnel, intimately ORDINANCE NO. 22. I clusive, of the public records of
Monday evening.: dangerous puncher and over fifty
familiar with local condition been AN ORDINANCE TO LICENSE Hendry County, Florida.
and the requirements of each task, Six tables of bridge and one tableof per cent of his decisions have National CERTAIN PRIVILEGES SECTION VI. It shall be ,unlawful -

In readiness to undertake immediately Michigan were in play. Mrs. Des- by the knock-out route. BUSINESSES AND OCCUPATIONS to sell any spiritous, vinous or
with linen 'carfs: I sports writers list him as seventh under
the effective and economical tor was presented I CARRIED ON malt liquors to any person
as high score for ladles, Mrs. Pat-. today among the world's heavyweights twenty-one years of age.
prosecution of any such works which] AND ENGAGED IN WITHIN
authorized.In terson won a pair of book-ends for I and he is decidedly no setup THE CITY LIJHTS OF CLE\V- SECTION VII. All laws of the
be
may second prize, Mrs. Selee was consoled for the title holder. FIX'THE State of Florida now in effect or
Jacksonville district alone, ISTON FLORIDA TO
the I ;
with a guest vanity package. W. Cancela comes from the same stable which may be hereafter enacted.
OF LICENSE
such improvements an AMOUNT
about fifty
C. Owen won high prize for men and of fighters as King Levinskywho regulating the sale or furnishing of
to be started promptly, at ;;a TAXES, AND PROVIDING FOR
ready flattened in Chicago wines or beer,
received a double deck of cards in Baer recently intoxicating liquors,
of about $300, PAYMENT THEREOF
total estimated cost THE ;
water case; F.. M. Wright held second high and Cancela is eager to AND TO REGULATE SAID are hereby adopted as ordinances of
000,000. There is hardly a
in the dis score and was given a tie, F. D. avenge hisstable mate. He is in the PRIVILEGES, BUSINESSESAND the City of Clewiston, the same as
of importance
way any Duff received men's consolation, best shape of his career and has OCCUPATIONS AND if they were set forth verbatim herein -

trict for which 'plans for improvements linen handkerchiefs. Lieutenant Se- taken on this fight with the champion PROVIDING A PENALTY FORTILE excepting that the penalties for
loca
of more or less value to chance of not gettinga violation thereof shall be as in this
lee won the cut prize, a double deckof with the VIOLATION OF THIS
residents have not been considered cards. At the Michigan table, Mrs. cent for his services,. since the ORDINANCE. Ordinance prescribed.

by: the Army engineers. Among the C. R. Byrd won ladies prize, a lunch- Champion's guarantee comes. first. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY I SECTION VIII. Any person vio-
more important of these. potentia be of the piovisions of this
'
This match promises to lating any
eon cloth, and R. Y. Patterson re- great COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF
works not now actually in progress Ordinance shall, upon conviction in
'star attraction of the winter
ceived a double deck of'cards for the CLEWISTON,. FLORIDA: I'
be mentioned the followingwith ;, it 'the mayor's-court, be punished by a
may Foxx, Miss season on the west coast. Since The
men's high prize. Mrs. SECTION I. Definitions.
by.
exceeding $500.00, or
estimated costsCaloosahatchee :- fine not
River, navigation Foxx and Mrs. Ryan received love- is the first appearance of the'world'stitle 'following words and terms, when I imprisonment not exceeding three
holder on the west coast it is used in this ordinance, shall have
and
channel 2500. ly pairs of hose as guest prizes. months, or by both such fine_
control .
and flood expected that the arena will be fill- the meaning as defined herein. in the discretion of
A of sandwiches,, imprisonment
midnight
,..' 000. supper ed to overflowing; (a) The term "liquors" under court. '
said
C Miami Harbor, widening 200-fool I relishes, cake and coffee was served -I for I this Ordinance shall mean all spirlt-
I Harold Steinman, manager de-
SECTION IX. It is hereby
( channel to 300 feet, $716,000. to Mrs. Leonard Foxx, Miss Hazel ous, vinous or malt liquors declaredto
has
and Levinsky arrived part
both Cancela clared that-each section, or any
,:':, St. Johns River, auxiliary channel Foxx Mrs. Bernie Ryan, Mr. and be intoxicating by the laws of the
in Tampa and established thereof, of this Ordinance is separateand
along waterfront Mrs. H. A. Bestor; Mr. and Mrs. R. State of Florida, and | or any
;::, 30 feet deep quarters for Cancela and i independent, and if any sectionor
;; : $276,000.St. Y. Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. training preparation or mixture composed in
terminals, in Jim 'Down- of a section shall be ,-
partners intended part
Johns River, widening cuts Duff, Lieutenant and Mrs. Richard- his sparring whole or in part of such liquors any

feet to 400 feet, $750,000 ardson Selee, Mr. and Mrs. J. P,. ing's gymnasium where, he works for beverage purposes.b held or declared unconstitutional, it fJ.

from 300 Florida, $143- Percy, ,Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hill, Mr. out daily at 2 p. m. There is no ad-I ( ) The term "dealer" under shall not affect any other section or
Shin Canal across
work outs. Ordance shall mean' person,
mission charge at these this any
and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mr. and part of a section not 'so specificallyheld
000,000. and the is crowded with spec- I firm, association_or corporation who unconstitutional.
gym declared
and
Tampa Harbor, complete dredg- Mrs:. F. M. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. W. I sells spiritous, vinous or' malt liquors -

ineo'f harbor to 30-foot depth,, C. Owen, Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Schiffll,, tators daily. SECTION X. This Ordinance
upper Early reservations and ticket sales I shall become effective. immediatelyupon
$1.188,0 Miss Virginia Gallant, Miss Eunice (c) The term "wholesale dealer"shall
sell out for the its
passage.
'. widen channel Meredith, Miss Gynna Henriksen,,, indicate a complete I mean under this Ordinance a
Everglades,
'' Port Introduced and read in full Jan-
bout officials stated today.
; ., from 210 feet to 300 feet and over,,, Mrs. C. R. Byrd, John Lucca. Jay big dealer who' sells liquor for resale.d uary 7th, 1935.F. .

and complete the turning basin, $1- V\-". Moran and W. M. Redelsheimer. ( ) The term "retail dealer"shall D. DUFF, .
under this Ordinance a
IN THE COURT OF THE COUNTY mean' Commissioner. ,
000,000. I
dealer who sells liquors to the con-
i' Channel connecting the St. John JUDGE IN AND FOR HENDRY J. A.. MCGEEHEE,
COMMUNITY CHURCH COUNTY FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.IN sumer. Commissioner.
and Indian Rivers. near Titusville, ADDS NEW MEMBERSAt I SECTION II. From and after
RE: ESTATE OF ) MALCOM W. BIGG, -
r" 52,000,000.Fort I JOHN G. LANE, ) I the passage of this Ordinance it City Clerk and Commissioner

Pierce Harbor, deepen to 25 / the quarterly Communion Service DECEASED. ) shall be unlawful for any person, -

root f:and widen to 300 feet or more, held Sunday, January 13th, the I firm, association or corporation to No. 51Jan. 11-18-25, Feb. 1.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS carryon or engage in any of the
; 02.000. publicly received into -
following were. -
*: j',.**. ryf Palm Beach, deepen to 24 the membership of the Community You and each of you are hereby businesses or occupations hereinafter

: "., -! $811,000. notified and required to present any specifically enumerated, within Through arrangements made with
Church: the corporate limits of the City of
T, construct levee claims and demands which you, or the Navy Department submarine
"i

,
Mis. Beryl JBowden first obtained -
Clewiston without having
,
either of have against the have been made
you may at 'Key West
p\ns north shore, $1,185,000. Carter, Mr. John E. Hahn, Mr. and estate of John G. Lane, deceased, a license from the City of piers
extendonnel available to'private yachts.
"; Tntracoastal Waterway, Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mr. and Mrs late of said County, to the County Clewiston, as hereinafter provided.

"" from Miami to Key West, Hugo D. Merriam, Mary and Muriel Judge of Hendry County, Florida, at SECTION III. That a license tax

-1. 790,009. Merriam, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills his office in the court house, at La- shall be collected from every per-

JKissimmee:; River, floodways ford Mr. and Mrs. Grover Poole and John Belle, Florida, within eight calandar son, firm, association or corporation Helping miiilons oED
''' ,. first carrying on or engaging in any of
Control, $2,000,000. Poole, Mr. and Mrs. Ivey M. Paf- months from the date of the' '

-- "rtJtion to those, a large num- ford, Mrs. A. W' Sias, Mr. and MrsA. : publication of this notice.. Each the businesses or occupations enumerated,herein-whichis COLDS
after specifically
claim demand must be in 'writing,
nf other projects, each important Southard or
and James
V. Southard ,
I hereby fixed at the respective
residenceand
the of
state place
and must
lf raj Mrs. Leah L. Spicer, post office address of the claim- amounts set opposite each business SOONER
'<" nrompt initiation If the funds Francis M. Wright each of
Mrs. hereunder
and ,
Mr. ant, and must be sworn to' by the or occupation
'-1 "uthority should be forthcom- amounts being the amount
said pay-
claimant. his agent, or his attorney,
; Tt may' : therefore, readily be THE COMMUNITY: CHURCH or the 'same will become void according able as a license tax for carrying
''' '1 hat the U. S. Engineer Depart- 1 to law. on engaging in the business or

';- -i* for the nation in general, and Sunday, January 20, 1935 This 12th day of January, 1935. occupation mentioned until the 1st
Office in Jack- LEE ROAN day of October,' A. D. 1935, and of
the U. S. Engineer Rev. D. Jenkins Williams, Minister ,
= e"nville, with particular referenceto Executrix' of the Estate of each succeeding year thereafter as j o t ;;4: :
follows to-wit:. .
Florida are in position to start John G. Lane, deceased. )
School, Classesfor Dealer
9:45 a. m. Sunday Liquors-Retail
promptly worth-while public works I No. 53-Jan. 18-25, Feb. 1-8.,
in, for each place of
all
s. for the relief'. of unemployment to ages. Church. I business ...........................$250.00
the limit of any appropriations 10:45 a. m. Junior There- are 22 mineral springs in Liquors-Wholesale Dealer -

Y; ; which are likely to be made availahle 6:30 p. m. The Pioneers, Miss Lock-I Florida from which water is sold in, for each place of-

to them for that purpose. hart, Supt. I commercially. Seven of these springs business ................:........ $250.Or .. f..
;. ,f 7:30: p. m. Evening Worship. SECTION IV. On and after October vAQaRv a..
out than 100,000 gallonsper 'w ,
GOLFERS LOSE- Theme: "Your'Good Name". I pour_ more 1st, 1935 all licenses hereunder ::r
'OCAL' '
.
minute. Silver, Springs near '
the
shall be, payable on' or before
IN FORT MYERS SUNDAYContinued I Ocala is the largest spring:in the 1st day' of October of each year; pro

from '1) New; Fire BoardOrganized world and gives.-forth 22,00'0,000I vided that -license shall ever be
( page DVERV7/MIL1ION JARS USED YEARLY

Masek: .......................:............0 for Glade I gallons of water per hour. Issued for any fractional portion of i .. -
....
4: J. L. Clarkson ..................... 2 -- -

: Fred Deal _.............................0 '
At. a meeting held in the court '

:c.: Capt. F. D. Duff .................... 0, house In West Palm Beach last
*
r J. D. 'Lynn .........._....:.............S Thursday representatives from 19 is SLUGGISH ?
.
T, Hugh Maiick (x). ....:..:...: .......... : East Coast and Everglades commu- YOUR CAR

Don Taylor: ....;..........:.:...:........S nities selected a man from each com-
munity 'to serve on a committee to

C. Swinney .:...._.....1................0 work' out a plan of' fire preventionand ,

k ; F. Stout (x) .........,....... .... .. -0 control in the Everglades. The I' ftpJI

J. B.' Roberts .........................3' group is also to consider general ______ ,

Dr. C. ,J. Zimmerman. (x) .... 0 reclamation in the ,Glades area. r'

;' D. W.' Lambe (x) ...._............ .3 'Members' from
H. -C.. Satchell ........................0 are: ,E. G. Kilpatrick, Pahokee; Dr. \

John Lynn (x) .................... / '3 W. J. Buck, Belle Glade; W. R. .'

Guy Howerton ........................0 Hooker, Chosen; I. I. Tatom,
; Harbor; W. R. Shackelford- L.ake'l

:: Mrs. F. D. Duff :....:.............. 3 Point; C. F. Denton, South ;
,
;'- Mrs. Terry Dolson ..............:..9 l J. M. Couse, Moore Haven; can

,y ; Mrs. Chalmers (x) ................ .1 Wolf, Kraemer Island; D. R. Mc-I

.Miss Blackburn ....................0, Neill, Okeechobee. Ten other men
were also named to represent the

Mrs. C. P.. Adams ................0 ten East Coast communities.It I I I II I

: ... Mrs. W. C. Owen .:.................. 9Mrs. is planned to, set up an or

Phillips Hart ..................1 I 1 ganization in each community and

?; Miss J. Hollis (x) ................ 0 to apply to the FERA for financial


Mrs. F. I. ,Hill ..., ................ O..I assistance in carrying "on the work.

y Mrs. Frank Prather ........ .....3 I A representative group 'of citizens
Okeechobee region
Miss Gallant .......................... 0 from the Lake

Mrs.Jackson Sells ................3 were presentat the meeting' and
I many of them had a voice I in the pro rb\1. Distributor

'46 _.24 ceedings.

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!(. : BELLE GLADE BOY IS .- Tampa To StageHeavYweight ,. $ That Good _

: KILLED BY BOTTLE

/ Fight / :JT k Gulf

'-' The explosion of a bottle which ,r .-= :
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had been 'placed in a fire by\boys 'at -- r t S "

play cost the life of 11-year-old] Tampa, January 17, (FNS- Gasoline

Ernest Jackson, son of Mr. and Mrs. ', Florida west coast fight fans will ; : : :

s;: E. J. Jackson, in Belle Glade, Friday. have the opportunity Monday night,

The fragment of broken bottle January 21, of witnessing the big

severed the child's jugular vein and gest fistic attraction ever staged in

he died from loss of blood. The lad this section when Tony Cancela,

and an older brother had been playIng the south's leading heavyweight contender wf casa tat LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and tfftLSS .

lathe yard and placed bottle, meets World's Heavyweight r sass "

filled with water and tightly corlted, Ghamplon l Max aer at the Benjamin 403R16P10 IMCrtEASES: POER\ ,. SAVES WEAR \
p6
in the Hre for the excitement of F16h\ Natt&rtal Guard Arena ,. ,,"
watching it Explode, Although the bout will 1 bd oVer' ;I -.. .. .-'-- rai,,, ,,,.dn,,. aisasw.n ;':h. ..aW+c+ t er1'IP'I "" .ic.

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