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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 22, 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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March 1 Set As Probable School Project is onPreferential i iI I Clewiston Negroes Found

ListThe


i '. Date to End Sugar Season Clewiston proposed school 'Guilty on Murder Charges


buildings have been placed on the ,'

r list of preferential projects at Tal- f
j Officials of the United States Su- lahassee, according to M. E. Von- Louisiana Broadneck was sentenced '
i i Welatka Returns Patriotic Meeting of
gar corporation have set March 1st :.; Mach, school board member from I I to 20 years on charge of second '

i as the date on which the harvest for To Lake Clewiston.The Kiwanis Club degree murder and Harold Hogan

the season of 1934-35 will probably ProjectThe projects, if approved, will involve HeIdi I received life imprisonment on a sec- '
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end. The annual harvest festival and
the expenditure of approxi- y
j! ond degree murder charge in trials .
dance will be held on Saturday evening "
government dredge, Welatka, mately $60,000 and will provide em- The meeting of the Kiwanis Club I
March 2nd at the Clewiston Su- in circuit .court in LaBelle Wednes-
lo ployment for a large number of Hen- held at the Watanabe Hotel Wednes-
,
Lake Okeechobee
returned to this :,
., gar House. dry county laborers during the dull day evening had a patriotic theme in day. Both are Clewiston negroes.
the which occurred week and has 'been placed on assignment -
freeze
Despite
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summer months.A honor of the approaching holiday. Louisiana Broadneck was indicted
": in December the harvest Is consider- at the east end of the Ar- high school building with an Small American flags lent a touchof for the stabbing of Joe
Williams
- ,.J'ed. by the corporation as quite sat- undel corporation's contract near auditorium is the major jart of the color to the table arrangements,
in It Is interesting known as "Pop Eye" on Octpber 7th, ,;
, isfactory every respect.
; South Bay. Clewiston project, to be located on and appeared later on the lapels of
. to note that in some cane- present school property.A Kiwanians coats., She plead guilty to the charge. Harold '
The Welatka completed a portion Hogan was Indicted for first de*. ,
producing areas that are subject to
one-story frame building for the Dr. D. Williams gave an inspir-I
frosts, cane must be harvested with- of levee near Moore Haven in De- Harlem school is planned to relieve ational talk on George Washington, gree murder for the fatal shootingof

in ten days or two weeks followinga I cember and since that time has beenon the congestion there where 62 col- bringing out interesting facts about Willie Washington ("Blue") In.

freeze. The United States Sugar : drydock at Miami undergoing ex- ored pupils are being taught in one his life as a child, of the devout religious Harlem on December 8th. Hogan'a "
: : r corporation has continued Its grindIng charge was changed to second degree i
II room. There is no school buildingat nature of the man, and his
, : r tensive repairs. murder and he was sentenced
for two and
quite successfully present and the negroes are util- many characteristics that endeared 'I.t
one-half months following the dates I The dredge was brought throughthe to life imprisonment. "1
izing a church building for school him to all his fellow-men and fitted
_ on which the freeze occurred. 'I St. Lucie! canal, which was clos- purposes. him to be their leader. R. E. Thaggard, Indicted several 't

During the' season the employeesof I ed by the U. S. Engineer departmentto A most interesting talk was that years ago for stealing an automo- .:

the sugar corporation increased I traffic from Friday till Monday made by Dr. J. W. Ezelle, dentist bile from the LaBelle Motor Com- !
.. pany, was brought up for trial, having -
to 3300 per day, and the pay roll COUNTY EXHIBIT on "Diet." The effects of modern
has been a stimulus to business I Ito enable the large 'dredge to pass been arrested since the last term f
diet, on the teeth were described in
throughout, the Everglades section. through, and entered the Lake Wed- of court. He was sentenced to three {j
an impressive experiments and
I way
Several production records were nesday night. ''I AWARDED SECOND research of ,a noted dental author- years in the state prison.W. .
established at the sugar house this Pipe line was In place and a chan- E. Gibbs was Indicted for em- .
the basis for
ity being the state-
season. During the month of January -'I nel dug so no preliminaries were bezzlement of a quantity of seed, estimated j
ments. Dr. Perry conducted exten-
132,300 tons of cane were necessary after the boat's return to PLACE A.r FAIR sive investigation among negroes, value of $36, from B. B, ;

. i ground, an all-time record for the i the Lake.Vith the Welatka, the Indians and other races which have Rawls of Felda. He will be tried in

. '/ property. The sugar house has fret General and the Gulfport, three hy- not adopted modern diet, and the county court. -t 1
} quently exceeded the 4,000 tons of draulic dredges working on the Hendry county's exhibit won sec- condition of their teeth comparedwith The grand jury in addition to returning ,I

a: t cane which is considered ,its nor South Shore levee, the ,Engineer de- ond place at Southwest Florida Fair the teeth of the average pres- the indictments, recom-

; mal capacity, and during one 24- partment expects to have all levee in Fort Myers last week, with a ent-day citizen brought out the effects mended that the county take steps to J
' .1 hour period ground 4,782 tons, the completed as far as Bacom's Point I ,: obtain funds for building a jail. Thecounty
of modern diet the
score of 2,376 points out of a possi- our on )
largest amount ever to go through by July first.. I teeth. commissioners are making 1
ble 4,000. Charlotte county won first
the mill in one day. efforts to obtain FERA money for

} A meeting of the executive boardof Blate Brothers Open place with 2,490 points, only 114 r the construction of a jail and ad-
the United States Sugar Corporation I points ahead of Hendry. State Board Visits ditional school buildings for the

H. C. Clayton, University of Flor- county.
was. held in Clewiston Tues New Dept. Store I
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I day and the members of the' board ida expert, was judge of the citrus Sugar House Here The jury recommendation read;

expressed their satisfaction with displays; Mrs. Lucy Belle Settle of We have examined the court house
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the results of the season's operation. Blate Brothers have opened a the University of Florida's extension -- and jail and find they are being keptin
Members of the state board of
Plans for the harvest festival are I new department store In the build- department judged the vegetable good condition. We find, however,
:being made by a committee compos- ing adjoining Alston's Drug Storeon exhibits and .Miss Clarine Belcher, control, accompanied by their wives!), that the present jail is too small and

ed of H. J. B. Scharnberg, H. C. Kol- the highway. home demonstration agent of Hills- viewed the government's flood con- is wholly inadequate to care for the, l

stad, Sidney Crochet and M. E. Von- The store will carry a completeline I boro 'county made the awards for: trol project on Lake Okeechobee and county prisoners and we recommend i

Mach of, Clewiston and J. V. Four: of ready-to-wear: and. shoes for canned goods made a. trip through the Clewiston that the board of county oojnmis-
mey of Canal Point., A seven-piece the whole family, and will be under I The December freeze handicapped sioners take whatever action Is pox

orchestra; has been. engaged.-for-the the direct -supervisionof, Victor. the exhibits. of vegetables such 'an. sugar J1.1I!! Friday< :while'making an sible to' secure funds' to build a. nevi
occasion.: Blate. : extent that only"two of the {Gur.annual inspection of 'the Everglades jail".:

The dances have been open to the Victor and Herbert Blate, under I counties In the district, entered Experiment Station at Belly Glade. B. G. ,McCormick 'was foreman ;

the firm name of Blate Brothers, I: booths this and J. L. Maddox, clerk ofh
public in the past, but this year_admIssion year. The visiting party came from Belle

-I.? is .to be by ticket only, tickets operated a 'similar store here ford, The Hendry county booth was ar- Glade, following 'their trip throughthe grand jury.Young .
several in the building now ranged by members of the board oft
are to be distributed to all employees years : Experiment Station and visited -
4. and their families. The har- occupied by the Clewiston, Drug I: county commissioners, assisted by points of interest in the levee worken Democrats I
vest festival one of the gala eventsof Company, and are well and favorably a number of ladies from the LaBelle
route. They were taken on the
the season and is anticipated each known in this section. Community Club. regular visitor's trip through the Elect State Official

year with much pleasure by those sugar mill here, and were entertained -
associated with' the --
sugar. industry at luncheon the Inn
in the Everglades. State Will Sell G. F. & A. R. R. and Mrs. Duff. at by Mayor. Tampa, Fla.-Election of officers;

In the group were, Dr. John J. for the ensuing two years brought :

175-Ft. Boom CrumplesOn Tigert, president of the Universityof to a close the biennial convention of !

To Pay Delinquent Tax Claim Florida and Mrs. Tigert; Chairman the Young Democrats of Florida ;

Dragline Near Here and Mrs. George H. Baldwin of which was one of the most successful i

Jacksonville, Dr. and Mrs. Wilmon conventions ever held. '

Tallahassee, February 21st- from that point, his deputies spread I Newell, Mr. and Mrs. M. C., Duncan, B. F* MIzell of Gainesville waa

The 175-foot boom on .a. large. (FNSState Comptroller J. M. eagled to Havana, Quincy, Wakullaand Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Semmes, Mr. and elected president to succeed W. R,

Marlon-Type dragline owned and operated Lee and Attorney General Cary D. Carabelle and intermediate Mrs. A. H. WJxgg and Mr. and Mrs.J. Smith of Tallahassee. R. K. Roberta
by the McWilliams Dredging 'Landls this morning levied on the points to complete the job before T. Diamond. was named National CommItteeman

company, crumpled while at work 11: Seaboard Air Line's subsidary leased nightfall. and Miss Flora Furon, National i

this week on the last remaining por- i railroad, the G. F. & A., and will This railroad is in default in the Kiwanis Democratic Committeewoman, for i
Benefit Show
tion of the company's' present con- sell the same to the highest bidder payment of its taxes for 5 years, to- two year terms.Highlights .

tract of levee southeast of Clewiston.The for cash, Monday, April 1st, for the taling 5593172. of the convention Included -
cause for the accident is not benefit of the State of Florida and It has been leased to,the SeaboardAir Has Large CrowdThe a banquet In honor of Post-

known, and' repairs to the huge ma- Gadsen, Leon, Wakulla and Franklin Line Railroad under a 99-year I master General James A. Farley, followed -

chine will be expensive and costly counties, to whom this railroad lease, which provided, among other Kiwanis benefit show at the by an entertainment programat

from the standpoint of delaying the _owes $55,931.72 delinquent taxes. I things, that the Seaboard would pay school auditorium last night pre- the Moulin Rouge Friday evening.

work. I i 1 I. For several months, the Comptroller r the taxes due the state of Florida sented an evening of comedy to a Governor Dave Sholtz addressedthe
The dragline, leased by the States has been endeavoring In' vain to j and its political divisions. Subse- 'good crowd. convention at the Saturday

c Equipment company ,of Jacksonville bring about tho collection of these quent to this lease, both the Sea- Miss Bonnie Mack and Cal :West, morning session and made an eloquent -
'4 which was lost while being towed. taxes running back as far as 1928. board and the G. F. & A., have gone formerly with BIHroy's Comedians ; plea for party unity for the

across the lake during windy weather : Progress in the negotiations have into receivership and later the Fed- were star performers.. Mr. West's welfare and advancement of the

two weeks ago, was found by a been restricted by the fact that the eral Court authorized the Seaboard singing and ;yodeling were to his state.
I Belle Glade aviator this week. AI I I owners and the Seaboard, which op- receivership to disclaim the lease, own guitar' accompanient. Bon- Congressman J. Hardin Peterson

bouy was dropped on the location : erates tho road, are in receivership which was done. The Seaboard, how- nie Mack who delighted the audience also spoke, backing up the Gover-

of the submerged machine, and Pat I and, of course, have contended that ever, continues to operate the G. F. with her songs, in private life is Mrs. nor's plea for cooperation and unity,

O'Brien, president of the company, the Comptroller had no right to levyon & A., for the account of the owners. Cal West. I

I is making plans to recover. it. I seize and sell the property 'in the Judge Akerman's order permits Alimony Rastus, a black-face com- Holiday ObservedToday

hands of a Federal receiver. "the Comptroller to proceed with edy with four characters was pre-

Catholic Dance TonightA I More than a ,year ago, Comptroller the enforcement of tax lein of the sented by Cal West, Bonnie Mack,
Lee and Attorney General Landis State of Florida in accordance with E. B. Butler and Graton George.Ed Isla general holiday and is

. benefit dance is, being'given I began the legal fight which was the laws of the State against the Butler gave an Impersonationof being observed locally in coramera
\ tonight at the Clewiston Inn by brought to a climax today with the properties of the G. F. & A. Railroad a negro preacher that was rich, titm of the birthday of the Father of

;:, members of St. Margaret's guild for seizure of the entire road after they company within the State of Miss Peggy Gallant sang a number, His Country.
ii' the aid of St. Margaret Mary's had won from U. S. Judge Akermanan Florida without let or hinderanceof "Excuse My Southern Accent." I I The U. S. Engineer office, post office
Church. order authorizing the levy, seIz- the prohibitions of the Court's Western Union and the bank

Music will be provided by BillDoherty's ure and whatever subsequent steps Order and Decree appointing the receivers Nall-Lasitter are observing a full holiday.
for the properties of _the
Bath and Tennis Club are necessary to effect the collec- Appropriate programs are being
orchestra from Palm Beach. tion of these taxes. Seaboard Air Line Railroad, wherein 'I given in the school chapel exercisces.
all persons were enjoined from interfering I i Miss Vera Mae Lasitter of Moore
----- After a conference with Comptroller -
BILLY REDELSHEIIMER HAS Lee and Attorney General Landis with the possession of Haven and Beder E. Nall, Jr., of I' MRS. PAFFORD HOSTESS AT
properties in the hands of the (Seaboard's Clewiston MEETING
PARTY OX this were married Wednesday B.RIDGE; CLUB
NINTH BIRTHDAY early morning,. Sheriff Stouta-
mire's ) receiver, including ,the pro- evening In Moore Haven. The cer- --
deputies began the long trek .
@\ Billy Redelsheimer entertained a I up and down the 84 miles of this perties of"the G. F. & A. Railroad I emony was performed by Rev. L. M. Mrs. Ivy Pafford was hostess at
J number of his friends road plastering trains Company. Lilly, pastor of the Baptist Church, the meeting of her bridge club on
young yester- depots, terminals
day afternoon at his home at the section houses, switch The Federal Court in Georgia! un-: at his home. S. A. Nall of Clewiston Tuesday afternoon.
Clewiston Inn stands der which the G. F. & A. receiver- attended the groom and Miss Louise The guests Included Mrs. H. O.
in celebration of his water tanks and all available I
ninth birthday.The property: of the road with notices of ship was filed had previously lifted Lilly was the bride's attendant. Peters, Mrs G. B. Thomas, Mrs. C.

guests were Nicky Schiffli, the levy and seizure. Track and roadbed ; receivership restrictions which I Mrs. Nall Is, the daughter of C. I W. McDonald, 'Mrs. J. W. Ezelle,
Mozelle Stone. included might have protected the road O. Lasitter, of Moore Ha"en.Ir.. Mrs. G. C. Poole, Mrs. V. A. Allen,
was in
Josephine
DIgges, the levy. i .
., Eldridge and against levy and sale. I Nail is the son of B. E. Nail, Sr., and; Mrs. Dave Alston and Mrs. Fred
Wayne. McMullen, Eu- Sheriff Stoutamire's
gene and Matthew forces began Comptroller Lee acted under authority I has made his ,home in Clewiston for Maxwell.
McKenzie, Eu- with the Tallahassee
\ gene Roberts, Zelda Smith yards servingthe of Section 966 in Issuing his several years. Mrs. Allen was awarded prize for
and Ernest first notice
Oliver upon the Seaboard'strain writ which directed the sheriff to The couple will reside in Clewis- high score, Mrs. McDonald for low
:I master, L. F. Brannon and levy and sell J, ton. and Mrs: Ezelle won the cut prize
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1HE CLEWISTON NEWS FEBRUARY 22, 1935

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; AAA ADMINISTRATOR DENIES REPORT Short Separation May JEFFERSON'S TRIBUTE ,'."'
forevermore be
Let the farmer
Calm Matrimonial Sea
BRISBANETHIS SHAKEUP honored In his calling; for they who
I ANNOUNCES qa pL' The difficulties that wreck domestic labor In the earth are the chosen people

happiness and ,bring husbands and of God-Thomas Jefferson.

WEEKIdle wives to divorce courts have been

,Jerome Frank and Aids Are discussed by Hubert S. Howe, M. D..

In Good Housekeeping. The sane
Ousted in Housecleanin'g.W'ashlngton .
Acres, Idle MenThe way to save marriage, he says, Is by
understanding the hazards
,Townscnd Plan : ,-.\ wholesale house- thoroughly
that threaten It, and preventing a<:
,
Mrs. Roosevelt's Enterprise cleaning in the Agricultural Adjust
many as you can, by common sense.
ment administration was announced bj N
Another Slave of Man "If an ictual clash has occurred,"
Chester C. Davis, AAA administrator y
Ten he advises, "It may help you both to
million idle men and more in Seven radical "New Dealers," protegesof
the United' States. Ten million idle Rexford G. Tugwell, undersecretary' separate for a short time. Go! to quiet

acres and more on either side of this spots where you can think thingsout.
of agriculture and No. 1 Braintruster,
railroad running along the Atlantic ousted. In the interim let each of you
were
'
coast 'from'southern Florida to New call up every tIne trait.of the man or
Jerome .X. Frank, AAA general coun-
York. Two of the acres Intensively woman you married, his or her dim
sel and outspoken critic of private busi- ,
cultivated, would feed a family. Tex- cultles, and the courage and patience
ness, Is the highest official involved in FORLARGER
as alone, under intensive cuIti'ution.could with which they have been mpti: Let
the house cleaning. Scheduled to go
feed the entire population of the your thoughts dwell on the good
with him are his chief aids, Lee Pressman BLOOMS, :
earth as It exists now, and oil under Mmes you have had toether."Don't ;: .
Alger' Hiss, Frank Shea, and Victor -
neath Texas would run all the automo I go where you will run into ,
liotnem. "AND'
biles. There is an empire for you, in temptation-an unscrupulous Iman or
one single state. Frank, Pressman, and Hiss are fa: woman who wants to create a tri- .
vored of Lelix Frankfurter left ': ,
pupils
mother who STURDIER PLANTS
Ande talk about "over-popula angle, or a eggs on the .
:wing professor of the Harvard law ;1
tion" with so much land not used, and Miss Frances Perkins, secretary of conflict. Stay apart only long enoughto

none of it used with full intelligence.The school. labor, denied reports that she had regain poise. Then come back-to '
You
The other two to are Fred C. can depend on
go been offered the presidency of Welles- each other, to the home that belongsto
Howe, AAA consumers' counsel, whoIs you both, to the love that Is there Ferry's Purebred Flower
Townsend plan, $200: a month ley college as reported by a Boston
an avowed Socialist, and his assist- will wait-
If recognize it-always
to everybody sixty years of age, Is solemnly newspaper you Seeds. They: are the off-
ant, Gardner Jackson., Jackson recently ing."
discussed by congress, which
was charged by Representative Hamilton spring of generations of
ought to be passing a sound, reason
able old age pension now. The Town- Fish with having contributed to' I ROOSEVELT SPANKS Week's Supply of Postum Free perfect plants and will ','
'
the 1932 bonus march. "
send plan Is an interesting plan in, Read the offer made by the Postuui reproduce in own ,
your
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The Davis described UNION HEADS
"reorganization, as LABOR
many ways. By taxation on every Company in another part of this pa- '
It, places the AAA legal staff garden, flowers of wonderful -
.
transaction, on producer, jobber wholesaler per. They will send a full week's sup

retailer, manufacturer, buyer, [It under Seth Thomas, general solicitor)( ; Warns That WithdrawalWill ply of health giving Postum free to size, color and .
Group
for the Department of Agriculture. It
would practically absorb all available anyone who writes for It.-Adv.
transforms Howe's consumers' counsel Not Terminate Board. form. Choose, your favorite ,
It to
money to turn over deserving, or
otherwise, persons aged sixty. It from a: propaganda agency to a research '' Qualities varieties today :4)..

would become for some division. President Rooseveltdefinitely ',,'
soon Washington
necessary from the Seed
i Ferry
Don't value 'a man for the quality
other Townsend to organize a $200-a- Davis also set up an operating council opposed the American Fed-
be Is made of but for the qualities
month plan for all paupers. There with Secretary of Agriculture Wallace eration of Labor's stand toward his Display ,Box.

would. ] soon be twice as many paupersas as its head, which will direct AAA labor relations board for the automo- possesses

there are people sixty years old. policies. In setting up the council bile industry.The .
"
To keep clean and healthy take Dr.
the; future of several other officials was President bluntly Informed the Pierce' Pleasant Pellets They regulate '

Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt Is mean- ,made uncertain by; a new alignment of American Federation of Labor executive liver bowels and stomach. Adv.

ly criticized, because, having interested the commodities division. council that it could not kill his ,

herself in providing better homes "The men who were informed that automobile board 'by its recent with- Spurs to Action ,> -
j'
for poor people, it appears that the resignation were in order said the drawal from the board, and that since Emotions are far nearer to the .

undertaking may involve some slight action taken by Secretary: Wallace at he, himself, had created the board by springs of action than are thoughts.

financial loss, trifling in United States, the instance of Davis was a complete administrative order, he alone could

finance. surprise. Some of them attempted to terminate it. He contradicted point

,Mrs. Roosevelt caused families to reach Resford Guy Tugwell! undersec- blank the council's statement that there Scientists Find Fast Wayto

bemoved from miserable hovels Into retary of agriculture, who is In Florida, was any "agreement" which the American -

comfortable homes.A but whether they succeeded was un- Federation of Labor could abro-

woman with children, living last known. gate by "withdrawal." Relieve a Cold I

year in two rooms without windows, One contention of the school of The, President also hinted broadly ;
with nothing but raw carrots for her: which Frank is a representative 'has that he suspected the labor federationof -,.("-,

Christmas dinner' told Mrs. Roosevelt been that some of the government programs trying to kill off the board becauseof Ache and Discomfort Eased Almost Instantly Now ,

that she did not dare tell her childrenit for controlling crops and regulating the elections it now is holding among

was Christmas "day. marketing have favored large automobile workers.. The elections are r55 :;- NOTEuDIRECTIOtlS

and owners and handlers of farm prod-i disclosing for'the first time that actually PICTURES"The

On this' Christmas day, when Mrs. ucts. One Issue said to be involved less than 5 per cent of the indus- .

Roosevelt went to see her, the mother, was that of southern share croppers. try's 200,000 workers want the Ameri- .simple method pictured here ,is

with a new born baby, and her chil- There has been criticism that control can Federation of Labor to represent :' the way many doctors now treat

dren,' all happy, were living In .a decent activities were working to their disad- them under the NRA. c-$43)-' colds and the aches and pains colds

homestead, with modern improvements -: vantage. Without saying' so directly, the let- bring'with them I IIt

.. '.includin --'.a cellar full of ter served notice on the American Federation -, is recognized as a safe, sure

canned goods.If New Proposed Bill Will of Labor that the President no Take Tablets. QUICK way. For it will relieve an
2 BAYER Aspirin
that did ,cost a little money It: longer will accept it as the spokesmanfor 1. Make sure you get the BAYER ordinary cold almost as fast as you
Boost Motoring Costs workers where it cannot demon- Tablets ask for.
you
well it. .
was money r pent. caught i, .
Other ladies and gentlemen whohave Washington.-Passage of a bill now strate that a majority of the employeesare Ask your doctor about this. And \ I y

spent money for the United, before congress will increase motoring its members. when you buy, be sure that you get

States government have not done so costs $j OOQOOO) annually, the Keystone In a letter sent to the President f11sr- fj the real BAYER Aspirin Tablets.

well. Automobile club charges.The January 28, Ogburn, on behalf of the They dissolve (disintegrate)' almost

measure, if passed,. will boost American Federation of Labor, had ar- f ,f instantly. And thus work almost instantly ?

A steel gate 12 feet thick, weighing major fuel prices an average of 5 center : gued that the 'automobile labor relations ;i when you take them. And F

3,000,000 pounds, was closed one ) gallon and call for a 10 per cent boai'd'came into being through /' for a gargle Genuine Bayer Aspirin

day recently and the Colorado 'river, blend of alcohol with the gasoline. The an agreement between auto workers Tablets disintegrate with speed and .

, its water and power, definitely har, blend will] cut the mileage 'ield1 percent and automoble manufacturers and that, completeness, leaving no irritating k

I I :nessed, made slaves of man. bureau of standards tests show, since it no longer trusted the board, 2 '(treatment Drink a full in! glass 2 hours.of water. Repeat particles or grittiness.
the American Federation of Labor BAYER have been .
: The stream that had wandered as and necessitate consumption of more Aspirin prices '
gas. could kill it by withdrawing from the decisively reduced on all sizes, so
it pleased for millions of years.: .
through the magnificent mile-deep The bill was introduced as an agencyof agreement. 1 there's no point now in accepting
.1t1
other than'the real Bayer article
farm relief. you
canyon of the Colorado through IJnul '"

der Canyon and Black Canyon was Byrd's Party Starts, want.

I j now tied fast In Black Canyon. "The Death Trails Floods Home From AntarcticNew

!, Boulder Dam" is a reality. Hereafterthe NOW
in Southern GermanyMunich York. :Another in fJ
Colorado will tJ'ow as man shall order -, chapter i

lighting cities, Irrigating deserts, Germany.-Several deaths man's effort' to.jienetrate nature's ice, I i:

supplying power far away. I were reported In southern Germany, bound secrets at the poles of the earth 15 (

where rivers and broken ended as Rear-Admiral Richard E. Byrd
Man eventually will control the rising dykes
3 If throat Is'sore, crush and slir 3 .
earth completely.! He has made a good have followed severe snow and rain- and the members, of his second Antarctic BAYER Aspirin Tablets in a third PRICES'
of a glass of water. Gargle twice. This Bayer Aspirin
start-at Muscle I storms. expedition left Little America .'
Niagara Pana/na. eases throat soreness almost instantly. Radically Reduced on All Sizes
!! Shoals, Boulder Dam. An avalanche killed four soldiers In for home. .

Bavaria and two other members of the For more than a year-the expedition

Chicago reports the latest "American group have been missing for two days. most elaborately equipped in the his .

type" murder. Thomas E. )Ialo '. veteran Three people were drowned in the tory of exploration, has been makingits "There's Nothing E O'

head of Chicago's Motion PictureOperators' Rhine, which Is rising rapidly. observations ) and expanding the ,. \
aerial photographic 'record of the vasl .
union, was killed in the usual
way, as he sat at the wheel of his I Fire Fighters Follow uncharted South polar terrain. "
Like SDflZ !
automobile.The I ,,'
Trail of Stork
government says .:'11'. Maloy's a Cleveland Pay Rolls Up

career as a "union labor leader" was !' Nevada City, Calif.-The fire depart-
profitable. He bad been indicted and ment followed the trail of the stork 37 Per Cent in One Year Try Simoniz 'and the new, improved i t

released on bail on a charge of failure here. Cleveland.-Number cf industrial employers Simoniz Kleener for keep- :

to report three hundred and fifty thou I j The firemen extinguished a fire at the here last year increased 21 per ing your car beautiful. Then you'll fill

: sand dollars Income before the assas, : Joseph Cortescelli home; just about the cent over 1033. Pay rolls went up 37 I never use anything else. They're w.

=tin's "slugs" canceled that and other ,:' time a baby was born to Mrs. Cortes- per cent. These figures were releasedby easier, quicker and better to use. c'x

accusations. : k celli. Later the department put out a the industrial development commit.
A few strokes with the wonderful i-1
If the leader of a motion picture blaze at the Charles Crown, residence. tee of the Cleveland Chamber of Com \
I Simoniz Kleener and the finish
union'got that Income you wonder how There the stork had just preceded merce. ?
will with all the beauty it
sparkle
and from whom he got It, also what them. Seventeen new concerns were startedIn

other, motion picture operators'who got the city, occupying 407,000 square had when new. Then put on .

no' such sum think about it. NRA Authorities Cost feet of space, employing 1,002 persons. ,Simoniz, and your car will stay ,

Thirty concerns expanded a total of beautiful. Simoniz protects the

Kenneth Neu, killer of two men. $41,400,000 a Year I, 4,4oo square feet. Building permitsfor finish in all weather and makes it f9
Washington-NRA estimates: code new factories, warehouses, etc..
hanged In New Orleans, entertainer last longer. So always insist on I r
authorities are costing business about amounted to $bj ,Goo. ,almost, double
and singer by profession sang gaily "*:V:.1} Simoniz and Simoniz Kleener for ll i
the 1033
$41,400,000 a year.The figure. I
the day before his hanging, sang in estimate ':' your car. Refuse anything else I
the morning before going to the gal represents an average

lows, said he would sing all the way asscssnicint!' rate against members of Search Goes On for, *

to the scaffold industry of not more than one-sixth of .
"Love In Bloom, and and :
"When the Trumpet Sounds But 1 per cent of their sales volume. Karpis Campbell ,

when he saw th- nangman and the Reno, Nev.-Alvin Karpis :and Harry

, noose he stopped singing! and only did Tax on Bachelors Campbell, only members of the nearly { ;
: defunct Karpis-Baker gang still at 1
a feeble tap dance on the: scaffold.It .
ProRosed in Utah large, were objects of a search by state

Salt Lake City.-Take it from State officers and agents of the Departmentof
may comfort California, which dislikes
:Senator: Alonzn F. Ilnj) jtr.:! .' bachelors Justice that spread over the, entire 4 2' -
reading about Florida -
to be told -
shoxiM pay for their freedom.! A bill West ..
that when you buy cauliflower and 44
nffcrfd by, him provides! for nn annual Karpis] and Campbell were believed Be sure and look for the
many other grpeu things in Florida '
? '
you tax, nf ;j on all unuftirrieil l men between to have fled to the West after shootingtheir trademark SIMONIZ, on the '
buy things in California.
grown
iiQlll'
Klntr Features SyndlcaU. Inc. the ,ages of twenty-one and' fifty years, way out of a police trap In At can. If it isn't there, It isn't
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APPROVES KINDERGARTEN


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TIle kindergarten provides the help

that children need In making the adJustment -

: ) between the individual atmosphere -

I I I of the home and the group

y GOLDEN DAWN life of the elementary school. The suc.I .

I cussful kindergarten provides the

children with a well-lialaneed emotional -

life and with abundant opportunity .-

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By PETER B. KYNE development. T. Congdon.;

principal state normal school, Pots-

Copyright by Bell Syndicate WNU Service. dam, New York.

The National Kindergarten associa-
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tion, S West Fortieth street, New

SYNOPSIS "That's the girl. Chief. Is It in the "Sure she has. She knows he knows York city, will be glad: to aid anyone

trouble with the police where she's hid the body." I ,wishing to !secure: the establishmentof

Theodore Gatlin adopts a baby "Pene Dan McNamara laughed. "Not knock "We've got to see the Belden girl's a kindergarten In a public school.

, lope," In an effort to solve his matrimonial bhe's the sweetest little thing on hearty photograph and thumb prints and Ber- Write for Information, advice and lit-

troubles. But his wife has The only trouble she's been In is A. An tillon measurements. They're In the erature.
never wanted her, and their affairs end .
; In the divorce court. At a baseball she's been lost. Amnesia. upper office."

game a ball strikes ten-year-old Penelope member who she Is or anything tell you They went up to the Identification

," on the nose. Mrs. Gatlin spirits her past life. Has several off Miss bureau, called for the record of Nance ?
the child to Europe. Gatlin wills Penelope Appetite gone
all his money, and is about to uses at will. began. Belden and studied It for a couple of

begin a search for her when a motor "How Interesting-and how tell you minutes.

i accident ends his life. Some ten years "Neither Interesting nor sad- of mine "I'd recognize that dame now if she Closing
j later, in San Francisco, Stephen Burt, she Is a
: We handle lots of cases like was burned to ashes." Thus Angel- I
rising young psychiatrist, is presentedby and ab weight
.i Dan McNamara. chief. of police, with They're curable. You'll be good ]loti. -

,,.- a new patient-Nance- Belden, a girl to regard this Interview as strictly Flynn drew his partner Into a cor- I f nervous

with a dual personality' for which her dentlal, of course. It would be happened ner. "The girl was wounded. We
'
,
"saddle nose" is in part'responsIble, !
girl
as a
McNamara does not think] she Is a embarrassing for the girl Jf know that from the guard that shot ; pale

< criminal and obtains Burt's testimony her unfortunate predicament her and we're sure of it after lookingat ,.tired

:} in court. Lanny,' the doctor's office leak' out, for, of course, after the blood in that speedboat." ,

:;.. nurse, is also won over. Nance's crim- mind has been restored to its see Dr. "If she'd bled that much all by her-
inal. record outweighs Doctor Burt'sexplanation is his
'..' of her c3.se' and she Is sent functions, she will have no the girl- self she'd never have gotten ashore under then don't gamble with your bodyA
-;- to San Quentin. penitentiary. Lam the period In which she has been her own power, Pat. I'm inclinedto

'; visits her and Nance persuades' her to I 'know a 'doctor: that will fix Belden think one of the crew got hit, too"There's .". simple thing, perhaps.. .yet a

/ ), .,..:; smuggle out a letter, which Nance a confed- In jig time." an af hope for the dagoes yet, very serious one, resulting in loss of
erate of Nance steals. escapes and
weakness .
.
\ ., although shot and goes to [.an ny's "And after he's done that, my boy. You're right. It stands to strength body
ills. So not
."- apartment. From one of the men in banker suggested "have a to lis reason some doctor fixed them up. possibly many other why
,,' which the girl escaped Mc Dan Me- check-up and snap back to the zest of
the boat
on
geon fix her nose. She used Now "
up then, what doctor?
1. Namara learns that Nance's real name' eating and well being.
,r : Is Penelope Gatlin. He also discovers as lovely is a violet""Sorry languidly "Dr. Stephen Burr," Angelloti decided You will find S.S.S. a great, scien-

.'' that Penelope Gntlln Is heiress to about 'the nose" tifically-tested tonic-not just a so-

5750.000. lied, "but I've had the best d "It stands to reason that If this; called tonic, but one specially designed -
,
-, surgeons In town examine It Doctor Burt dressed their wounds last to stimulate gastric secretionsand
<'l there's no hope." He held The poor also having the mineral elements
;: CHAPTER VI-Continued Lanning night he'll call on his patients everyday
,
hand. "Thanks for .so very, very necessary in rebuildingthe
'; y. your until they're out of danger If
:: -13- visit her hemo-glo-bin of
oxygen-carrying
.i. ;\: You've been a great help. we catch him at his dirty work there "
w' .. :r .''She swears the blood to enable to"carry on.
Gatlin
.- ] had leased the house you
don't send, out of those
.: any more ought to be a little something In thison
gave her in the'divorce; settlement, and a Unless your case is exceptional,you
statements and dead
checks. the side .
Amadeo. the satisfac-
should soon enjoy again
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,: I about two years ago, when the leaseexpired escape.
the word. '
she did, P. Flynn thought that a thousand tion of appetizing food and good digestion -
and the old tenants departedshe
I '-. Back in San Francisco each would be a very modest sum to .. sound sleep...and renewed
come down here to have the place went directly to the city prison ] charge Stephen Burt for their silence strength. So many say, "S.S.S. makes
renovated and secure a new tenant. It looked over the blotter to came S.S.S.Co.
see -very modest. youfeellikeyourself again.
.; then that she heard of GntJln's realized
was only -
strange fish his men had :: Within An hour later they pulled up In
death. She came to this bank a- You have aright
his absence.
during front of Stephen's house and behind
Miss : ?
with her husband, making: inquiries to insist ;
'.. He found a woman, an old a coupe parked at the curb. Flynn, that S.S.S. be ;
about Gatlin's estate.and tried hard to
.:... booked for drunkenness, and in the circling around it, noticed a red crosson suppliedyou on s ; <
control of It but she was out of p
get ,; request. Its
her sent to his olh'ce. When she the radiator.
: luck. That's how we located the heir." faint- lone years of
he locked the door. and to bed They circled the block and returned, preference is fY 5f: : rA''
\Vhar were the conditions of the s.
over to park at the lower edge of the block.At yourguarantee k '

trust? ; the am a quarter past eight they saw of sat.isfaction.I .
'The income was to be permitted to
the morn :Stephen:) come out, bag in hand, enter
accumulate and be reinvested and the Makes you
his coupe, and drive away. So they
child was to have two hundred and feel like
idea. followed him and came, In time, to
---'.:,>> fifty dollars a month until'her eight Tiillr
was just Dan McNamara's house, Into which yourselfagain
eenth when the total Income
birthday,
Launing they saw him enter, as they rolled
from the trust, was to be turned over JrPunctuality
friends slowly past.
to her. She can never touch the principal
her and "He had a latch key. He didn't ring I
however, although Gatlin did
that Miss the bell. An' no lights in the front o'
i 4i. provide that she might have up to ten cried
uncon the house, Angelloti excitedly.
I ...t4 thousand dollars of it at ,any one time and beat "Drive back, Pat, and I'll get the No matter how well you work after

if in the judgment of the trustee, the the hour for if
to find number. regular- starting, you

emergency requiring such withdrawal "That house," Flynn] Informed him are late at starting; there is some-

was deemed good and sufficient. Gat- f Miss dramatically, "is the habitat of His thing that is working against you In

.:. .In' had faith that the real estate, if 1 rp h. record'I Royal Highness, Daniel McNamara, the mind of the man who Is payingyou.

:; held long enough would appreciate 1 lied. Chief of Police of San Francisco t .

_:.._ tremendously-and it has. The trust. \ i
friend of always knew he was a fox, but I never
>. :.. is now worth three-quarters of a mil "
.-.. \ vine. suspected he was fool enough to hidean
: the 11 '
lion and income is close to twenty "
: now on escaped convict in his own house.
.a "
; .:' thousand. a year watching Angelloti was excited, but like all

../. "You say, Penelope Gatlin has a won't smart Italians he was not Impulsive

t. checking account also?" r1 A thing.., except when he was In a fight, or IN ,

"","Yes. : We deposit the income from midst angry. "This pinch will keep several ONETHIRDLESS

,.:: the' '..trust semi-annually! in her ac a poor nights, because some o' these birds TIME .

I < .' count" i a mess ain't in no condition to be moved. WITH THE l'h., -

': ; ""'Hls: -'she ever asl ed for an emergency excited This situation is ticklish an' requires

:' withdrawal of ten thousand dol. will be calm an' mature deliberation."

;,' ; Jars?'; "Maybe you're right at that, Ama-
"No." office deo. Well, we'll stick round a while." Reduce your ironing time one-third. ..
;:- your labor one-half Iron any place with
> :"Is her',checking] account .active?" 'nn and They stuck around half an hour be- the Coleman. It's entirely eelf-heatinsr.
mean- fore Doctor Burt came out, and drove No cords or wires. No weary, endless
"Not very.. The cashier was speakIng trips between a hot stove and the iron-
off an' watch the house
"Drop ,
.. away.
to me about it less than two weeks Ing board.
ago. She draws'checks sporadically.Her Amadeo. Flynn suggested to his partner, "an' The Coleman makes and burns Its own
checking account has Interestedus "I'd Recognize That Dame the under I'll follow his nibs. I'll be back later." gas. Lights instantly-no pre-heating.
; Operating cost only Vi<* an hour. Perfect
He trailed Stephen Burt to the latter's -
She Was Burned Ashes.
considerably for the past two years to balance and right weight make Ironing
.because her monthly statement and Angelloti.her he knows" home and saw him pull up across just an easy, guiding,gliding motion.

dead checks have 'all been returned by minute. the sidewalk, preparatory to openingthe i See your local hardware or honse-
on the appropriate card, scent. door of his garage. So Flynn furnishing dealer. If he does not handle
.
the post office. With the exception of
which he lectured write us.
her on the
rolled circled, picked Angel
past, up
about a dozen checks made out to local her Then The Coleman Lamp&Stove Company
he hundred
ways. went
loti at the end of the block.
merchants and probably 'in payment I I Dept WU309, Wichita, Ken : Chicago,II].;
the identification bureau and, { see how "After you an' the doc left I went Loi Angeles, Calif.; Philadelphia.;, Pa.: or
of her bills Miss Gatlin's checks Toronto Ontario. Canada (1309)CARISOIL II
I : have I
clerk to have
filing pointed out Lanny
up ro the corner drug store and phonedthe I
__ all been in favor of one Ella Cates, of sheM
the tiling cabinets or
containing
chief's house, but nobody an-
1'1 San Francisco. We traced the Cates records for the years 1 14-15 and ? Well, swered," Angellotl confided. "The

woman down through the indorsement He was searching for a face with the gang's in there, all right ;
on the checks, but she stated shedidn't
I I was photographed on his "I'm as nervous as an old woman," eases
:
know Miss Gatlin's address ; memory, and at last he found natural Flynn confessed. "I wish I had a throbbing pain; allays Inflam-
I
that Miss Gatlin visited her occasional mation; reduces swelling; lessens
was that ofi: young woman, got drink." 1 tension quickly heals. Relieve these
;
ly, wrote out checks and asked her "
ro
haired and 'ith a "saddle" TO BE CONTINUED. I painful, unsightly conditions with pow-
cash them for her at the, local grocerystore erfully medicated CARBO1L. Results
not quite so adly deformed as guaranteed At jour druggist or writ.
or drug store.
These
people Belden's nor did the contour Spurlock-NearCo., Nashville, Tenn.
\1 stated that Ella Cates never received face resemble Nance Belden's. Intensity Entire

the money at once, buttthat they col ,
lected the checks for her and then I ever, since the original of that to Be Covered With Lamps Amazing. Healthful energizing.: Hu-Tran-
graph had, to the chief's Aton plays radio through body.Agenfs sample -
gave her the money. I don't like the J1.6S.Hu-Trnn-Aton Co.,20 W22ndNY.
been dead six months, he
l.ooklgjbf this. Chief." sold in square mile of the earth's surface the I
would do. He slipped this
"I'll soon find out all about It," his breast pocket and turned same lamps would produce moonlightover Guaranteed Mln..ral'l1ter CrystnN by mall
went back
of 400.000 miles postage paId SOo per pound. PEERLESSCRYSTAL
McNamara to an area square I
promised. "AnJ I know
office. Here he carefully \ CO.. Mineral {yells. Tfins.
where Penelope GatlIn. Is-only I'm not three photographs from the square To reproduce moonlight Intensitiesover

going to tell you now. Would .you which they werepasted in a' row the lower the entire area of the country by !

mind: letting me look over her old bank the Below the city, or artificial light sources would require I
.I top. row of
h\' statements and the dead checks?" appeared the typewritten says the eight times the average number of Incandescent i #;:;j "/ \\f ".

\ The banker readily granted him the tory of the subject and In l lamps sold every year. I A ,.'
Ii
i privilege, and McNamara went through spaces on the reverse of the on i i \ n.'t'\S dt .\\1''t :

.':.' the checks carefully, noting those peared the subject's fingerprints. be neces: Patchwork Quilt. 1 pe"J: (\ 'Stet \ SteOYeep \:..-
drawn In favor of Ella Cates Tin a dozen .. e. > to01C ::
McNamara picked up the fresh Patchwork Is older than history, i .. :
\ ]last one drawn was In favor of a man upon the reverse of which he square originating doubtless through primitive | \u""t\1.\\11'1\0. etei,..j c.A i

named Hugh P. Taylor In sum of live gerprinted the woman who at only economic need ot utilizing scraps of \VbeoayyEOy\\t\c\d to4'4L .

I thousand dollars; and deposited by him drank too much. lIe .placed be placed cloth. It was' one of the first decorative i 1 LY,.\t\t. \C :o tom.faEwneM

to the credit of his account In the Fed in the typewriter of his sunshine arts practiced 'by such ancient civllizations \a,ttO-t iox.

eras Trust company of San Fran- had gone for the day and as the Egyptian and Chinese. I O, stse

Cisco. filled it In vith Nance Belden's In Europe It was nourishing at the

"1 have all the Information 1 want, inal record. Then he pasted with the time of the Crusades when applique \ ....

with this exception." He drew forth! top of this record the three was employed In the making of battle 8fiAt

one of the rogue's gallery photograph; graphs of the dead woman he Incandes bo ners and draperies. In America the p y :ens \OG

\ made at the central station by the poHcJ en from the old files, carefully If handicraft arrived with the earliest Z

photographer. "Is that Penelope all the evidence of the In one settlers, being a direct heritage from

i Uln?" went upstairs and handed the over one England.


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that will mean continued
f t money Adventure Is where Interest Is;

Published every Friday In Clewiston, _::: TOO LATE TO ::: I benefit improvement of all.for the welfare and : where curiosity, eager and enthusiastic rooms and bath, ov-

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, :::= CLASSIFYBY :_:: You will be called upon to become -, experience, leads and on to to new new knowledge achl&vement., new er Democrat Office.

Inc. a member of the All Florida
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y American Magazine.
Y I Committee, to invest ONE dollar toward I May be divided into twos '
Keathley Bowden, Editor Y'i' f advancing your state, and you

(( .:. will find it the most profitable investment -.I NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR apartments. Apply at

Entered as second class mall matter : i ::: you ever made TAX DEED
RUSSELL KAY
is Democrat Office Moore
February 1, 1927, at the Post :y I ,
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under y ST. MARGARET MARY'S CHURCH. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,

the Act of March 3, 1897. '.:.'..................................................................................................:.:. CATHOLIC That E. B. Butler, holder of Tax i I Haven. .
Certificate No. 1116 5th day of -,
While Flemington and Washington Sept., A. D. 1932, has filed said
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. Father F. J. Finiicgan; Pastor
may have dominated newspaper certificate in my office and made ap-
Advertising rates on application. .
headlines throughout the nation as plication for tax deed to Issue thereon -
Mass Sunday 'Morning at 8: 30.- in accordance with law. Said cer- ,
Devoted.to the advancement and far as page one is concerned, Florida : on
situated in Hendry'County : ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
welfare of Clewiston and Hendrj has maintained an amazing record Confessions before Mass. scribed property
Florida to wit: j REQUEST
,
County., of publicity throughout the country Mass at St. Mary's Church, Pa- Lot 3 Block 204 Clewiston. I
during the same period. I i
hokpe, at 10:30 every Sunday. The assessment of said property C. E. STEBEL
Rotogravure and illustrated news under the said 'certificate was in the
"Make the most of your opportunities" pages of thousands of papers during name of G. Coffey. I Electrical Contracting
was the slogan of Seth the past few weeks have carried pictures Unless said certificate shall be redeemed -

Parker. to tell an enchanting story of L SVL COUSE according to law, tax deed PHONE 21-21
Florida as the "Nation's Playground will issue thereon on the 25 day of PAHOKEE, FLORIDA
"Flu", said a physician evidently ." March, A. D. 1935.
Counselor amp Attorney at Law Dated this 22 of Feb., A. D.
trying: to account for its prevalence, While scenes from Miami and day Agent for

"is spread by kissing." .A good and Palm Beach are most frequent, -other Hopkins Building 1935.(SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, I I GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS

sufficient reason. sections have been- getting a .Wcduesdajs: and Saturdays' Clerk Circuit Court, 'I
splendid break. Scenes of the Florida 0:30 to 4:00 Hendry County,: Flor- i RANGES ANDAPPLIANCES

Zion City has banned Will Rogers' Fair, the Festival of States at ida.
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movie because the leading character St. Petersburg, Winter Haven's Or- No. 54-Feb. 22, Mch 1-8-15-22.

chewed tobacco, says an exchange.How'd ange Festival, Tampa's Cigar ..Golden ., ,. .. .. ............... --
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they: know It wasn't chewing Jubilee, Daytona's Speed Trials ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..: :..: ::':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
gum? and other attractions have been J EVERGLADES ;$ t s

keeping Florida in the limelight.All :: =: :;. HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW :z:
Curses on the AP which told us favorable publicity, all designed j|i FUNERAL i .Ai

of a woman who had swallowed to appeal to folks in a less kindly := : :i: WILLIAMS ICE-O-MATIC ;;

broken portions of bed climate and make them wish they !i ::
pins, glass HOME |: *: America's Most Economical Electric: :_: '---
springs and auto chains and didn't were here ,so they could enjoy first ** :!:
tell us why. hand the things they read and hear ::i: XX 's''s' Refrigerator .;. /'
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z r L, Can be purchased with no down and as low as ::
money :
'Member way back when chorus But Florida needs more than this ?: and Embalmers :%::

girls carried Japanese umbrellas to an intelligent, well planned con- Y y y. $7.75'per month. .;.
hide their embarrassmentTimesUnion. structive advertising campaign to ::: Ambulance Service :t;:
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rassment any more, they have dis- and advantages constantly before .{. CLE aSTOX, PHONE 328 .{. :_!: Authorized R. C. A. Victor Sales and Service :2.:::
carded the umbrellas. the people of the nation.. Y y:
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While a FLASH from Miami, fromSt. .*. PAHOKEE, PHONE 2301 .:. :: Clewiston Drug Co. Clewiston, Florida. .
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Charred wreckage of the sponge Petersburg, from Tampa or Winter . . .
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boat, Xios, and bones and helmetsof Haven is helpful, we have a I .,

its divers, were discovered ,12 marvellous story to tell of ALL -- -
miles off Cedar Key last week and FLORIDA. Every section of the
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solved the mystery of the sponger state has something of interest to offer .

which disappeared last November.The to visitor, homeseeker, and investor C

a story that should be told. .

government dredge, Congaree, Florida needs a national advertising -

which did some work in Lake Okee- campaign, her message shouldbe /

chobee last year, and which has been carried in newspapers and maga-

more recently at Titusville, is com- zines, over, the radio and on bill-

ing to Fort Pierce this week to re- boards, not once or twice, but over

move a shoal from the inlet channel and over and over again.
there. With this aim in view the All

Florida Committee will on February
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The weatherman evidently misunderstood 25, inaugurate a drive to bring into

the dates for Outdoor Flor- one great booster organization, an ; ,
ida week, for he ushered it in with organization that is without any

cool misty weather. The situationand selfish interest, that is non sectional -

the weather cleared up, however non political and from which no

,. and plenty of good old Florida one receives a cent of. salary, ,at least

sunshine has been, in evidence.An 100,000 people. ".. .. .
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hobby of painting the jails in : become a member and may do so : :

which he is incarcerated with alarm- upon payment c of; $1, annually. The

ing regularity recently redecorated money thus provided to be used en- .:,.:. ;'.::
the Fort Pierce city jail and the St. tirely for the promotion and ad-
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Lucie County jail. He stayed on the vancement of the State of Florida asa ; ,z4f ; ; : r;.
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weeks extra: saying he wouldn't During the past year the newspa- F'

think of leaving before the job was pers of Florida, leaders in this worthy -

done as the jail needed painting ; movement have voluntarily contributed '' \_, : THE NEW CHEVROlLlEiS 0 .i:
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worse than he had ever been in. :-
any space to a series of All Florida <<
Sheriff, when the jail needs paint- advertisments designed to bringto

Ing, look up W. H. Wade, who the attention of our own peoplethe the sensible answer to your motor car needs in

seems to enjoy the job. amazing advantages that are

ours. These ads dealt with the state PRICE ECONOMY PERFORMANCETHE

GLADES SECTION: SHOWS as a whole. They told of our agricultural Nr

REMARKABLE COME BACK industrial and commercial resources -

-- favored no one section or
no single interest over another. 0 0 } 0 0' 0 0 0A
The editor of the Southwest Florida "
Now we want, to tell that same
E. Hosmer
George commented LY .7r
favorably last week on the appearance story to the world and when we dot

; of the Everglades'section will bring thousands of people

around the south shore of the lake. and millions of dollars into the NEW STANDARD CHEVROLET THE NEW MASTER DE LUXE'CHEVROLET ,

'"For the week ending February7th state, people who will become permanent ". -: ;;
citizens, people who will :" :
70 car loads of vegetables were before has Master De Luxeis i
shipped from the Okeechobee coun- NEVER* THE :
I offered the beautiful .,
,try. Of these shipments 35 cars wer you most .
beans and the other cars various : you going to do about it? value to compare with this Chevrolet ever built. With
Mrs. C. H. has had no clothing .
$ :
other vegetables. This shows 'most : for a,'year and has been regularly $465 New Standard series. The four added inches of over- $560
remarkable fertility of the soil and
visited by the clergy.I lowest all with streamlined
determination on the part of the i price-world's price length- -
people there. For it will be am glad to report that my hus- AND UP. AND UP. List price
remembered List price for a, six! The operating Turret-Top Body
band who was reported. missing is of New Standard of Master De Luxe
that in December this section Roadster at Flint, Coupe at Flint,
deceased. Fisher-it's the Aristo-
by
now economy-even greater Mich.. $560. With
lost its entire crop by frost. Such a Mich., $465. With .
comeback Sir: I am forwarding marriage bumpers spare tire than that of last year'smodels. crat of low-priced cars. bumpers spare tire :.
would be impossible in so and tire lock the and tire lock, the
short a time in almost certificate and my two children, one list priceis $20.00 list price is 35.00 f'
other
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any sec- The Also the
performance finest performing additional. Prices
of whom is a mistake as you will additional. Prices ,
tion of the country. Only Florida can I tubj'ect to change subject to change
accomplish such' things as Jhis.; They see.I. without notice. -amazingly fleet and Chevrolet ever produced.See without Knee.Action notice.op i .

would be miracles in other states." am writing to say that my baby I spirited. See this car- your Chevrolet dealer tionalatI20.00extra. I':
was born two years old, when doI
get my money? .. .... drive it-today! for full l information. *
O. B. STILL : Please find out for certain if my -'
CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN
husband is now dead as the man I .
A mule Compare Ch< has 2 legs on B hind am living with now won't eat or do
And 2' he }ias B 4 anything until he knows for certain.I .

U stand B hind B 4 you find am very annoyed to find you
What the 2'B hind B 4. have branded my oldest boy as il- DEALER ADVERTISEMENT

literate. Oh, it is, a dirty lie, as I
: FIGURE THESE OUT married, his father a week before he

was born.
Some of the New Deal agencies 'In answer to your letter I have I a :4a

have: been dealing with a great many given birth to a boy that weighs 101

people of foreign extraction to pounds. I hope that is satisfactory.You ,

whom the English language evidently have changed, my little girl! i!

offers many difficulties. Witness to a boy. Will it make any difference .' _
these excerpts from their filesr as ? ">

reprinted from the Publisher's Aux- .I have no children as yet, as my :

iliary: husband is a bus driver and works Clewiston Motor Co.
I cannot get sick pay.. I got 6..' day and night .
children Can you tell me why this I' In accordance with your instruc-

JB? I tions, I have given birth to twins I'

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? HONORED WITH TEA MONDAYMrs. DINNER SATURDAY EVENINGMr. HONORED AT TEA THURSDAY
:: Personal Mention :_:
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. . H. J. B. Scharnberg entertained and Mrs. G. H. Small were Mrs. Gayle McFadden entertainedwith .:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..>.:..:..**:I
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dA.i with a delightful tea at her hosts Saturday evening at a dinner a delightful tea Thursday: af-
", :: .M. E. Pape of LaBelle visited in home Monday afternoon in honor of party at their home. ternoon honoring her house guest-, ; I,
Clewiston Monday. her sister, Mrs. William Lucaa of The guests were Mr. and Mrs. M. Mrs E. Reid Bumgardner. I _' .,
New York and Mrs. Karl Froeb of I E. VonMach, Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. i Invited to meet the visitor were Good FarmLand i I .
!ft; D. G. Alston was a business visitor Terre Haute, Indiana, who is the Patterson, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, : ..
Haven Wednesday.C. guest of Mrs. Richardson Selee. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Miner and Mrs. C. M. Littlejohn, Mrs. R. H. :
in Moore I '
The guests included Mrs. Mark Mr. and Mrs. George A. Yon of Knight, Mrs. Dave Alston' Mrs. M. 1 :
Lawler, Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. R. South Bay. E. Yenawine, .Mrs. I. M. Pafford, I ::
W. McDonald .and C. E. Nall Y. Patterson, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. G. C. Poole, Mrs. W. F. Simpson I .ti
were business visitors in Everglades Mrs. J. P. Percy, Mrs. M. Meluh, THE COMMUNITY CHURCH Mrs. Fred Nebiker, Mrs. H. C. for Rent i
Saturday. Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Sunday, February 24, 1985Rev. Kolstad, Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mrs.J. J

Mrs. R. Selee, Mrs. Fred Nebiker, -- W. Ezelle, Mrs. Olin Carleton,

Mrs. Milton Crouch Mrs. E. L. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. C. R. 'Byrd, D. Jenkins Williams, Minister Mrs. Leslie Miller, Mrs. Mark Law- '. .
ler, Mrs. R. N. Smith and Mrs. C. E. -
in Mrs. Foster Meredith, Mrs. William
", Stewart and R. L. Coker were 9:45 a. m. Sunday School;
Palm Beach on business Saturday. Redelsheimer, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, 10:45 a. m. Junior Church. Nail. ..........
Mrs. Malc'om Wl Bigg, Mr* F. M.
6:30 p. m. The Pioneers, Miss Lock-
Wright, Mrs. Fred Hill, Mrs. E. C. -1 1I
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and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder and hart, Supt. .. -.... I
Mr., .
in Mills, Mrs., William H. Mills, Mrs.E. 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship. Sub- I
visited relatives
Stuart little "son Sunday.'Joe,. L. Stewart and Mrs. Elsie Coth- ject: "Gold Finds Its Place". You Wreck 'Em I Trespassers -j

ern.- BOBBY XE II\ER'S: PARTY We Fix 'Em Will Be ,,",rla

R. C. Wilson and G. L. Royal ANTHONY TOULIS GIVES CELEBRATES. 4TH BIRTHDAY 1 Prosecuted ''a.jI

spe Monday transacting business PARTY ON BIRTHDAYMrs. Little Bobby Nebiker celebratedhis PAINTING BODY AND I :
L In West Palm Beach. FENDER WORK I ..iI'
: fourth birthday Saturday with a
,-t:. Miss Ulla Jacobsen and Miss Mar- Toni Toulis entertained a I party at which his mother entertained TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY I i'

. cia Avant were visitors in Miami group of children Monday afternoonin a group. of children in the af- -' .... 1'-.1

Sunday. honor of the fifth birthday of her ternoon. Done by An Expert -
Anthony. Going to Jerusalem and other favorite -
son,
.. Mr. and Mrs. John Elmore and Included in the guests were Gene games of childhood were play Courteous Service I i ::1:1I
Work Guaranteed. The
Mts. Guy Larsen were business visitors and Solon Mills, Carleen and Bobbie ed. Favors of paper caps were giv-
in West Palm Beach Tuesday. Berner, Peggy Lawler Jo Ann en to the guests, and ice cream and Prices Reasonable. -

Crouch, Bill Digges, Nancy Wright,I cake were served. I ClewistonCompany :
Miss Lily Merrel Wynn and James Gracie Ward, Dean Holland, Shirley -I The guests included Carolyn; Se- I PIONEERService

Wynn spent Sunday visiting ,friendsin Moon, Shirley Ann Owen, Char- .I I lee, Rose Ann Mills, Eleanor Percy, 'I II'
Miami. les Miner, Billy Toulis, and Richard Peggy Lawler, Bobby Lawler, JuniorRaines Station : "
Josephine Digges, Bill Dig- I '
Knight. I I
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Mri:. and Mrs. J. O'Day of Miamiare After enjoying a number of indoor : ges, Alfred Southard, John Poole,

spending several days in Clewis- games, the children were serv- Ann Pafford Fred Gary, Jr., and Wrecker Service All Hours, .. .... ...... ... ............ ... .
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C.: Nelson of Jacksonville was a ::
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business visitor in Clewiston yester .,. ,, l ....JT. -'R.YfT. ..,T... .. !..,!'A' N..HY.V.V.Y.Y.il,M,.Y.T MR,!!!!lV, N/N' TR. ,-/'MrNAfinY1vT'tNAwMwvneNAyp..
;) ?: Q+ r r' LC+.n 4+t :iN.)::%t v:.:. :;4: ::: iy4.; .
day. .;,}i.xh.::.$)!..y. .Y;?r L .t RL. .... vsr::4.4i..;. ? ; 0.x s':,;:.. :

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Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Bekeraeyer s
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of LaBelle visited friends in Clewiston ; ,
Sunday.Mr. vw-% 'X4x} : W.. .. Of.A1M.. ., .r/r


and Mrs. R. O. Couch of rn:Y o' ;: ,
visitors in Clew- {,d :$
Grant, Florida, are
4'v.. ./ y "'
iston "for several days., ::4rxp F Alr + a a t;


Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dyess and
daughter visited friends and rela-

tives in LaBelle Saturday.

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I have been located .here for the past
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few months left this week for Lake-
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for -Miami where they fi '
Wednesday; 9Yl tiiG> r : aa; )
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visited friends, returning to Clewis-

I ton today '

i \ Captain and Mrs.: G. F. Lloyd of
i '''::4ft.1.:,. LaBelle were dinner guests of Mr.

and Mrs._ Joe Morrison Friday evening -

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Jimmie Lofton, Walker Nail andJ. .
W. Hamilton will return tomor-
row from Indiantown where they FENDERS
have been working for two weeks.

TO'MATCH
Clewiston members of the petit

jury, which served in LaBelle Wednesday -
were F, R. Maxwell, Fred BODY AIR-BALLOON

Moltz, Harry Turner, Charles Darcy :
and Max Arnold.

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Mrs. J. Wj. Adkins, Mrs. Wendell
: Roberts and Mrs. Mel Bass of Moore -
.
: Haven were guests of Mrs. Joe Mor

rison Tuesday evening. ,.
I I -- ; : EXTRA DOLLAR VALUE

Mrs. Nelson R. Perry and Miss

Margaret Storey of Sanlbel Island .
were visitors in Clewiston last. week- ..
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end.


Mr. and Mrs. Ralph S. Howard returned .

s.. to their home in Savannah
I d after ten days' visit with their FORD built many dollars of extra are all included in the delivered priceof

I daughter, Mrs. R. N. Smith and ramI HERE'S THE AVERAGE into the 1935 Ford V-8 and the new Ford V-8 Take this fact

I ily. EXTRA COST then reduced the price. into consideration when purchasingyour
TO APPROXIMATE
Mrs. E. Reid Bumgardner of Hic- 1935 car.
kory, N. C., arrived Tuesday 'to vis- Safety glass all around at no

it Mrs. Gayle M. McFadden. Mr. and FORD extra cost. "Comfortable Zone" No matter what you may want in a

Mrs.West McFadden Palm Beach.met tfleir guests. in EXTRA DOLLAR VALUE riding, which gives back seat passengers car-style, safety, speed, power, econ-

FEATURES: _a "front seat ride." A omy, rugged endurance or comfortthe -

Mrt and Mrs. John Elmore and luggage compartment, built into Ford V-8 for 1935 will meet your
little son have recently moved from Safety-Glass: $ 7.50to$10.00
Fenders needs. See this car today. If studyit
that
the car. match the you
Belle Glade to Clewiston. They have Trunk for Baggage 30.00
taken an apartment in the .Francisco (If not built in) body. Big, 6.00x16" air-balloon feature by feature, you will agree

Apartments.Mrs. Comfort ride equipment 20.00 tires (extra wide tread). it is the biggest dollar value in Ford

William Lucaa of New York (When not built in) history And if you drive ityouwill
these features If
Fenders to Match Body 7.50 to$10.00 Study carefully. .
came up from Miami, where she is buy it.
spending the winter to visit her sis- 6:00 x 16"Air-Balloon they were not provided as part of the

ter, Mrs. H. J. B., Scharnberg for* a Tires ., . 9.60 purchase price, you would find they AND UP F. O. B. DETROIT,
few days. Low doun payment..1al"
) Total $74.60 represented an extra cost running in- $49 5 Termt Through Th'.Unl Author....r.al
Credit Company
W. C., Hooker. of Clewiston, Mrs. ised Ford Finance I'lan.
:. M.V.. Blanton Miss Mattie Belle to many additional. dollars. But they
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Vertrees and C. C. House of LaBelle
attended a conference ,of FERA
workers held in West Palm Beach

Tuesday. -- LaBelle Motor COo FORD

Miss Helen Sawyer and Miss Ruth .
Gray of Southwest Harbor, Maine;
who are spending the winter in Fort TOE AIR-FORD SYMPHONY
Myers were guests of Mr. and Mrs LaBelle, .. FloridaON SUN. EVENING FORP 1935 -
EVENINGS
FRED WARING, TTIUR9.
Mark Lawler here Sunday. Mrs. A. J.
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Now Science Explains YOUTHFUL LINES .

IN HOUSE FROCK,,. t: .

OUR COMIC SECTIONTHE FITTER 2071 r'--
Why So Many People :


Past 40



Feel That They're onThings SlippingLosingmeir"Grip" I FEATHERHEADS c wByobrn U Long and Short, of It I


Yoe KrJOvJy DEAR-I i VJELL- "I'M SURPR'SEP.n4AT\ )VI'Jr\:,

WISH THAT SHORT PRESSES I ' i.
WOULD COME BACK -

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Many people 'round 40 think they're
"growing old." They feel tired a lot /5'
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"weak." Have headaches, dizzi- ..
ness, stomach upsets. aAPN '
Well, scientists say the cause of all I /1'/:
this, in a great many cases, is simplyan N
Nothing acid more.condition of the stomach. a 7 / I I

All excess you have stomach to do acidity.is to neutralizethe ) 11 -. I jy.

When you have one of these acidjtomach \
upsets, take Phillips' Milk lll// III ll llllln,
of Magnesia after meals and before L

going to.bed. That's.all I 014-NOT FOR. ALL MEN ARETt4E NOW I MEANT 11irTLL
Try this. Soon you'll feel like REASON HEhJ YOU WORE SHORTeR
another person I Take either the ALIKE--ADMIR>r THAT SHPES I
familiar liquid "PHILLIPS' or the You THINKANY OTHER SMATS I COULD FIND M'l
convenient new Phillips' Milk of IN 'f E CLOS 'rJ
Magnesia Tablets. WOMAN'S Ct ARMS ;4fr

ALSO IN TABLET FORM: 4 I ,
Phillips'.Milk.of Magnesia:Tab- '
lets are now on sale at all drug .,
stores everywhere. Each tiny tab tximos
let is the equivalent of j L1L
a teaspoonful of Gen- _t
uine Phillips' Milk of ::1" '
Magnesia.PHILLIPS'. a .
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You'll] like the youthful) shlrtwaNt
lines of this smartly tailored house

II frock, and you'll) like the way you
C can slip into it as quickly as one,
two, three!i What, a joy for the -
woman who hates to jump out of her:
FINNEY OF THE FORCE o pa: d 22ffl A Good Rule nice warm bed on cold winter morn-

n __ Ings and start struggllng.'vith. hooks
Your own druggist IS authorized to (Fz BE GOIM' To COURT YOU SAY YOU SAW1vV I N Y Y- and eyes!' For the dress opens the
cheerfully refund your money on the spotif THIS MAN LEAVE full length of,, its front; and i Is easily
you aril'not relieved by Creomulsion. TODAY OM THAT ROBBER. SIVIN
adjusted to the figure of
by a
\AliTH means ,'
CASEso POM'T LET THIM 1'FHOUSE '
FEET, tle-belt, part of which slips: througha
LAWYERS MAKE A FOOL THE BA<5 OF you R slit at one side and Is drawn about

Help KidneysIf o' YEz ALLEGED LOOT ? INCHES the wai t to tie into a gay little how

/ EEMAC l4 E'N HOW FAR AWAY L) with the other half of the belt.; .And
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Bladder poorly make functioning you suffer Kidneys from Getting and I ANYBODY WERE YbU AT if you prefer a round neckline.the.
Up Nights. Nervousness Rheumatic dress can be made without the collar -
Pains. Stiffness. Burning Smarting.Itchin& ,: 'DOIN' THE TIME ? ,
l = as In the smaller Illustration.
', the II
or Acidity try guaranteed -. I IrNAT
Doctor'. PrescriptionCysteiSiss-tei) Pattern 2f)71) 5 is available -i in size*.
C vs>f@XDlaat. b fix you/at up or money. ) RI. 05 I 14, 1C. IS, 20. :32. n-l, rG. .,S, 40, 42 r ."
and ,t-!. Size:::: 1C takes 3 yards: SO(j jI
11 0'L4 I Inch fabric. Illustrated( step-by-stet

.sewing i instructions jncluded.REND .' .
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BLACKMAN FIFTEEN CENTS ((15c) In

i coins.or stamps (coins. preferred) for ,
I this pattern. Write plainly name, ad
STOCK and POULTRY dress. and style number. HE SURE
TO STATE SIZE.
Medicines are Reliable
I. y Address orders to Sewing Circle

a Blackman's Medicated Lick- 4 i<3; ,. I \ Pattern department, 24.1 West Seventeenth ,

ABriko WHAT WOULD YOU Ol Will SHTAKJDIN' BY A j street. N'eYork city. '

Blackman's Stock Powder KINDLY TELL THE* MAIL BOX AT THE To I ME-

o Blackman's Cow Tonico HOW YOU So / BACK TH'
CouRT L Ol vA/iNT SUCH IS JAZZ

Blackman's CharMedSalfor( Hog) HAPPEK) To BE MlXT DAY AM1 MEASLlfcEP

S Blackman's Poultry TabletsBlaclmlan's SO EXACTLY"CERTAIN ( I'DISTAWCE-QI THOUGHT / "When Jake's dog tipped over a .
table: in the cafe, four ,waiter* '
Poultry Powder l&Vfes, SOME MART ALEC '
OF dropped l their tray at the same
Highest Quality- Lowest Price "
/ time.
THAT WOULD ASK MS *
Satisfaction Guaranteed or ; : THAT '
your money back. jr/ up to dance, thinking It was a
new jazz tune.
BUY FROM YOUR DEALER I I 5r

BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO. I Social Problem _

Chattanooga, Tenn. "\Yhat are ,jou going to do about
Rattlesnake; Pete?" .'.

I "He's one of Gulch's] social problems ..,,' .}i\
FROM GIRL TO WOMAN ," answered Cactus .Joe. "He
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has robbed so many banks success-
Mrs. W. P. Gillespie of fully that we don't know whether to
It Glendale Place. N. W.,
Atlanta Ga., said: "Some classify him as a racketeer or a
days I would become melan- j malefactor of great wealth."
a" choly and dizziness and
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headaches were frequent. I .
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: did not know what a normal I
dreaded night's mealtime.rest was I and took I: Married Life "I don't know,my son, unless it's that I while," replied Senator Sorghum. I
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre- When a young man came home the a hill is high and a pill is round-is I "Your constituents regard you as one ,
bottle my health scription was back and to after normal the second and other day he found his wife In tears, .that it?" i of the" finest speakers in the country, |I
I felt fine again." All druggists. and asked her what was the ,matter._ "Naw! A hill is hard to get up and I an' there's no sense nor justice In
Write to Dr. Pierce's Clinic. Buffalo N.Y.
for(:e: medical advice.CONSTIPATED. Bride-I've just made a cake and a pill Is hard to get down."-American. tin' an unappreciative congress
put It on the kitchen table to let the Boy Magazine. olize your eloquence forever." let-I
Icing dry but the dog has eaten It up.

Groom (soothingly)-Never mind. I Don't Deny II Now Most Painful Death i
? GIVE know a man who will give us another "1 had the right of way when this Their piano swayed on Its polished

NATURE A CHANCE dog man ran into me, jet you say I was walnut legs as she pounded out a I
to blame." hurricane of sound. j I
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Stop shocking your intestines with via A GOOD MARK "You certainly were." When it was over, and a victorious
lent pargatives. Take Sargon Soft Mass "
"Why
Pills, the mild but very effective laxative crescendo brought the lacerated composition I
designed to give relief from constipationand qIJ "Because his father is mayor, his to a crashing conclusion, she
biliousness by stimulating the flow of 1- brother is chief of police and I'm remarked pretentiously to her husband -
bile from the liver, thus cleansing the engaged to. his sister."-Stray Stories : "That was 'Siegfried's Death.:" |I
system in a natural way. They arc pleas- Magazine Fie sighed wearily as he answered: I 0
ant to take I leave no,bad after effects "I'm not (> ."-Tid Bits Maga- I I
and are not habit
forming.
Perfectly. Willing zine. (
Sargon Soft Mass Pills are for sale by .
Footpad-Get ready to die. I'm goIng -
all good drug stores. I to shoot you. .'..... JUST LIKE WOMEN

Victim-Why? \.?.' ----
WND-1 7 85: I've
Footpad- always said I'd shoot
--... '. who looked like w
anyone me. I f
I 'ou've been lighting again. ..... VIctim-Do I look like you? '
"Yes ma. It seems that all the kids Footpad-Yes. & .,'.,: Ij

1 out hunting for trouble always manageto Victim Then shoot. Pearson's j .
a. bump Into me." Weekly. I u' j
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Scramble, Sonny Boy! An Unwelcome Tribute I
"Are you mad, JImmie?" -i--
"Pa, what's the diftei>?nce betweena "Why didn't they re-elect me?" I "Naw! I was Just thinking how !
hill and a pill?" "They wanted you home for a little i you weinin put a man to the dogs." ;
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS. FEBRUARY 22, 1935

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GIANT SERPENTS Mantilla Common Formof always been a restricted business In for their hopes-the minister of Industry
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IMPROVED Headgear in SpainThe Spanish men and commerce never wears a
The Smithsonian Institution In have suddenly adopted the hatless hat himself, except when official ceremony
UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL mantilla is so thoroughly Span-
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fashion the "as mad hattcr"
phrase as a requires ItFour
Washington is In possession of evidence ish that It has not been able to keep
has ]
acquired 'topical relevance.
that sea serpents as large I When King Amadeo
clear of politics.
Indeed six workers] In the hat indus-
d)" as the biggest of living land snakes SUNDAY LessonBy of Savoy took the throne In 1S70. and visited the minister of Virtues
try Industry
once swam in the offshore waters he and his queen received hostile Industry, economy, honesty, and
near the present site of the Na the and commerce, petitioning him to in- kindness form a quartette of virtues
( REV P. B. FITZWATER. D. D.. treatment as strangers, womenof troduce law all :
tlonal Capital. This Is in the form Member of Faculty. Moody Bible] the aristocracy lire reported to a obliging ,Spaniardsto that will neyer be Improved upon.-
] fossil vertebra of back Institute of Chicago.) wear tats whea outdoors. Alas' James Oliver.
of single
a
,; Western Newspaper Union. have ostentatiously avoided the use
bone Joint picked up on Belvedero of hats and to have worn the man-

beach Va. Bj' comparing this one tilla on all occasions in order to em- mm*
'
v bone with those of living serpents ,Lesson for February 24 phasize their repudiation of things r0'0 '
1 1'
the United States National museum foreign. I I
has estimated that the Virginia sea PETER HEALS A LAME MAN
Even today in some parts of Spaina
: serpent must have been about 25 feet
woman would be looked nt askanceIf
.' ]long and thick in proportion, which LESSON TEXT-Acts 3:1-10; 4:8-12. -
GOLDEN TEXT-Then Peter said. i) she went to mass wearing a hat,
size for -
even
would be a very good
Silver and gold have I none; but such. and might quite easily be refused
Remnants of contemporary -
a python; tOd:11, as I have give I thee: In the name of holy communion. At the same time.
sea dwelling serpents al- Jesus Christ of Nazareth rise up and
the hat for women is regarded as a
most as ]large as the Virginia speci- walk.-Acts 3:6.
men .have been unearthed In New I PRIMARY TOPIC-How Peter Helpeda' sign of worldly prosperity, and the
Lame Man. phrase "senorita de sombrero"; (girl
Jersey and Alabama. JUNIOR TOPIC-Peter Carrying on I
with a hat) Is often used to denote ,
Jesus' Work.
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC that the person in question is not of | I 1:45 P.I I.GUE5S I.

...- -A Helping Hand. the working] class. I
YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC -
The making of hats for women has
-Gifts That Are Better Than Money.In .

The "U test" : .
quid the teaching'of this lesson it will :

be'necessary to Include all the materialin
WHPTIT I REGULAR )
Acts 3:1 to 4:31. Y-ES AND
it ENDS bowel worries ,
a. I. Peter Healing the Lame. Man (Acts \

for many peopleThis 3.:1-10)). t PRICE OfPOUJDER CALUMETBAKING j THE NEW CAw l

1. The place (vv. 1, 2). It was at k
is a test that tells you whetherthe the gate called Beautiful which leads % If NOW ONLY
IS SO EASY
system needs a cathartic change. i from the outer. to the inner court of ;
If you have constant sluggish spells the '
or bilious attacks, and laxatives seem temple. POUND. /
to make things worse, it would be 2. The man (v. 2). This beggar was TO OP-EN, i
wise to try this:' Infirm from his birth. When he saw''

Stop all use of any laxative that Peter: a d'J hn. he asked alms: 1 1t

does not encourage variation from a 3. The method (vv. 3-8)).. : vo 'L- t

"fixed dose" (which may be entirely a. Gaining the man's, attention (v. 1
: too large a dose for your individual 4). Peter and John commanded him to 1j
need). Use instead, a liquid laxative
look on them, but not because, they had
that you can measure and regulateas .
to dose. As necessary to repeat. any power within themselves;: .IJ'r
take smaller doses, less and less often b. Peter'commanded him In the,nameof l
until the bowels are moving without Jesus Christ of Nazareth to rise and .
any help at all. walk (v. 6) lie had been unable' to r rai f

Doctors use liquid laxatives, anda do this all his life; but :with the. command 2
fI
properly prepared liquid laxative, went the ability to do.c. I

..'. containing natural laxative agents Peter took him by the right handv.
like senna and cascara is a joy anda
( 7). This act was meant to give
real in
comfort; a help establishing 1
regularity.: Ask your doctor about Impetus to his faith, not strength to

this! (Doctors use liquid laxatives.) his ankles. .,.
You can' get Dr. Caldwell's Syrup 4. ,The man's response (v. S). > I
Pepsin,' which is a most dependable Strength 'came into his 'feet and anklebones

:. liquid laxative, at any drug store.JjsYRuP at once. He stood, he walked, '

I be leaped, and praised' God. WYerJolms

i&&ef.1 ''I were 5. The filled effect with(amazement.vv. 9-11)." The people Teats :hiswors1 Opponent :J


a. This helpless beggar had to be
PEPSINLion carried to the temple gate. Men and

women out of Christ are so helplessthat
:" ,
they'need to be brought where the WILL THE ATTORNEY U\X THERE HE GOES >; YOU CANT TALK TO v'' THATS !

life of God can be ap'plied'to them.b. FOR THE DEFENSE STOP [{ THE BIG STUFFED SHIRT, ME ,LIKE THAT, .<>''t IT TELL
HIM WHAT YOU v'
His Only Asset Peter, in taking! the man by the TRYING TO CONFUSE JS: PICKING ON YOU ':

A lion was stated to be the only hand shows the manner of helping the THE WITNESS ? /1 ,

asset of a man who was summoned lost. While ministers and Sunday ,1

._' .. at Liverpool England... for _nonpayment school teachers of themselves have .1
of taxes, and an attachmentwas nothIng to give to the lost, they have cl :
'
placed] on the beast. the dispensing of the gospel of Christ

II. Peter Witnessing Before the Mul .'

titude ((3:12-20).

He told them It was faith in Jesus

I ,Christ, whom God had glorified and

whom they had deliberately betrayed

and crucified, that had healed this man. ;

Despite their awful guilt, he appealedto

r + tr them to repent (v. 10)). God would

pardon them if they would repent, and,

refreshing seasons would come to them

W when God should send back Jesus
,I 1 f 8 Christ to the earth to consummate the

work of redemption.III. \ ; I

.. Peter in Prison for Christ's Sake
(4:1-4). m

Move, or Drop Out 1. The leaders In this persecutionvv.

#' Life Is like a policeman, always ( 1, 2). Both priests and Sadducees

murmuring, "Keep moving, please." joined in this wickedness. The priests \( MR. JOHNS) ,THIS\ IS :

were Intolerant because these new PLACE FOR A :
,teachers 'were encroaching upon their

(1 .f. r functions. ,The Sadducees joined the i OF W CONTEMPT TEMPER-VOU OF / : > y ;> > >:;> : : I I
priests because they did not believe in .

.the resurrection, which was a vital partof
...' ]
I :, the apostolic teaching.

I f! I If 2. The result (vv. 3, 4). Peter and ; :

ShUN John were arrested and imprisoned. :

,Though the witnesses were held in I 4 TO ; J:1

.bondage by chains, Christ was ,not
'bound. The number of believers had ::1
:1I
To quickly relieve greatly increased I
so that there were I
: chapping and roughness, now about five thousand. 1 1i
t /// apply soothing, i
; cooling Mentholatum. IV. Peter Witnessing Before the (
f f Sanhedrin (4:5-22))'. "r,1 j

; 1, 1. The inquiry (vv. 5-7). They in-

quired as to by what power and name jj
they had wrought this miracle. s

2. Peter's answer (vv. S-12). With j

DON'T NEGLECT stinging sarcasm he showed ,the'm that'
they were not on trial as evildoers, but

for doing good to the helpless and 'i 1
YOUR KIDNEYS !
needy man. Since they could not. deny 6 !
the miracle he boldly declared that it f
.1 TF your kidneys are not working
right, and you suffer backache, had been done In the name of Christ, 6 MONTHS IAT ti'

dizziness, burning, scanty or too and that the only way for them to escape I ) !
frequent urination, swollen, feet and God's judgment was to believe on CONGRATULATE- : 1
ankles; feel lame, stiff, "all tired. his name. I f
\ ME
lPART'I WANTS,
.
out" use Doan's Pills. 3. The
Impression '
the San-
Thousands rely upon Doan's. upon TO RUN FOR CIRCUIT : I
hedrin (vv. 13-22).
They are praised the country over. tJUDGE ..
",
Get Doan's Pills today. For sale by a.. They marveled (vv. 1-13). They .;:, ..., '.. I }

all druggists. were made conscious that they were on '. ..,..

trial. Instead of sitting as Judges upon .::.:::<...,::.. : t
DOAN' PILLS' Peter and John. T
'
b. They took knowledge that Peter t tj jl

and John had been with Jesus (v, ,13).

c. They forbade them to speak In

: C<..... If you have a y Christ's name (v. 18). i!

pimply blotchy d. Peter and John expressed their

.. complexiontryResinol hESN determination to obey God. rather than 1 [
;. man (vv. 19, 20). i
'
e. Their release (v. 21). Seeing
such to.help surface nature defects heal that the people were on the side of

the apostles they had no way to pun
i
ish them.V. .

The Church, at Prayer (vv. 23-31). '
OLD AGE PENSION .
; INFORMATION They praised God for deliveranceand
BNCLOSsB STAMP
JUDGE LEHMAN, HDMBOI.DT. KANEJLJi prayed for boldness to speak the :
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: FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1035s -.
PAGE EIGHT THE CLEWISTON NEWS
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In Memoriam I Chevrolet Announces Two New Lines for 1935 '\ I


JOHN "'ILLISlOOnE I

,,..N...,r..w....Cam'.. riy %r' rlJll N fil:',
Born January 19, 1884, 'F % !i.w.. ',' .h''l; l l/ t-u.-
< : T TA du+a %a it l'/i'r+i. i.G' : l i \ ,: -
Died July 20, 1934. s g [ 1-
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4T4Hh $Sy
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"A Just Man Tenacious of his sly

Principles." .

.. .. '.
o t: t': Jl"< Sxf'ns ,l krKifa, aL / l acirr% '
When Willis Moore passed away r$iS;" X:?, ::'v"r' i h y /
...
f.
lllr <,0? % ly
he; was no longer: a member of any A,,1. x ,.y v l ,R'j
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engineering society so he will lack :.Ma. :
4t;
the scant. recompense of that obitu-

ary :which. accorded in their year

books to, those who maintain their ,
w
society memberships to the end.
Hence this meagre and belated ap- '

preciation.He i' ..".n--.yy, ,,--,/.WMy-,-,.,....... .,,,,---.0>.
was the oldest son of James Fleet, graceful lines also mark: the
The Coupe model typifies the beauty
New Master De Luxe Sport Sedan.
Willis Moore and Octavia Stone and style of Chevrolet's New MasterDe ,
ia provided by
Luxe series for 1935. Improved Ample luggage space
Moore. There were two :younger performance and exceptional econ- the built-in trunk and a luggage I
behind the seat :
brothers,. Louis S. Moore, a lawyer, omy also characterize these cars. compartment cushion. rear x. ., '
now deceased, and Henry M. Moore, I
a doctor.. Of Anglo-Saxon and II

Scotch-Irish descent, his forebearswere
among the early settlers of Right: Front view of New Master Another attractive model in the New 1
DC Luxe Coupe, showing roominess
Georgia, who helped to create and and graceful lines. Below: The ,I I tured Standard here.series' Numerous is the Coupe body pic-and I
Sedan modelin the New Standard
maintain their state and nation. Wil- series:, which, powered by the time- chassis refinements,- in conjunctions
with the Master unite to
lis inherited his many traits froma proven Master engine, combines \ make these cars outstanding engine valuesin
brilliant performance with its smart
long line of upright men and ,:wo- ness and the field.

men.He 'attended the Georgia Schoolof :

Technology and leaving, there be-
fore graduation he set out on the

road which was to become his life- style.'j

work. His first experience was on S.

railroad location and construction,

but he soon became connected with

the United States Engineer Office

with which he was associated
I.., '
throughout most of his manhood. /

Starting as instrumentman, he pass- \

ed' through the grades of junior, as- ,
sistant and associate engineers and L cs

finally reached the highest rank he

could obtain as a civilian employeeof

the Engineer :Office. As an engi-

neer he was virtually: in charge, un-
der the direction of high ranking : ..+.,..i..t......:.r: 1.....,,....a............7. ......,.....:......,..... ,.,.fi..ti.. ,k Lr ,. ,,. .. .,. .o..,....,..,,.... ,. .... ...., .sH.: .n.. ax.r. .ro. .n.r\\, \. \\\... \\\k... :at... ;.:( ,
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army officers' of the great Okeecho- 1 -.

bee project of the federal govern- Typical of Chevrolet's two new lines of cars are the models illustrated here. The Master De Luxe series reveals strong emphasis on beauty and style. Mechanic- .
ment. His work attracted commend- a11yItheMaster' De Luxe series and the New Standard series have much in common, including the Master engine, in which numerous refinements have been
able attention from members of his made to enhance performance, durability and economy ,As these pictures. reveal, the New Master DC Luxe' departs distinctly from previous Chevrolets.in

profession all over the country. Had .the striking advance which has been made in body design and trim. .
he lived another decade no one

knows to what heights he might

have risen, but an untimely death ,
may have spared him.many stings of bert Hooker and James Howard.A i FORD FORGES AHEAD tremendous margin during January, plant of the Ford Company is now in

outrageous fortune: WITH NEW CAR SALES the figures .showecj topping both ,. territory during the early days of

"He that declines in youthful prime Washington's Birthday pro- the second and third closest ''makes February. ., >.

Dies like the rose in May gram was given_ in chapel exercises of cars by more than 2,500 units in :

Ere touched by fell destroying timeIt this morning by Mrs. Prewitt's sec- Detroit, Mich.-More than 55 per- county sal@s, ...............................................-N..N.N.........NNNM.. .. .. .."'."....NNM.i .. .. .
withering fades away." ond and third grade pupils. The following cent of all passenger autom'obilessold
Early in life he married Carrie I i is the program: "'' in Detroit and Wayne County : Ford V-8 truck sales also piled up :$: New and Used :
an imposing lead over all other |t
the .i
during month of i .,
Belle Coburn, and they became the Song: America. January were
makes, with a total 'of 323 Ford
parents of five children, three girls 23rd Psalm. here Ford V-8's, official figures released truck and commercial units register :|:. -FURNITURE :|
showed. The
today
and two boys, who, though bereft Prayer. figures also *
ed in the county, more than three}
Welcome, Jimmy Butler. reveal that Ford V-8 sales during ., v
by death, have the memory of a father _
times the next closest
who left, the world better for He Wouldn't Tell a Lie, by Willie January were more than twice as as many as '
having lived in: it. Smith. high as they were in January, 1934. make, and more than half of the, :|;: BELLE GLADE \:_
total of 559 trucks of all makes
Willis Moore 'was foursquare Song: Salute the Flag, class. Passenger car sales of all makesof
a man, -
and sound; tactful and con- Play: Why Washington Was A cars in Detroit and Wayne Countyin ,sold during the month.At :I!= FURNITURE COMPANY :I::

siderate to everyone; ,kind and just Hero. January totaled 5,462 units. Of the Dearborn Branch of thej $

to his subordinates; loyal to those "Great 'M n", William Willis. this ''total, 3,056' were Ford V-8 cars. Ford Motor Company, 'sales head :: =x=
; Belle
Glade Florida
;
wham circumstances placed above ''I Can Help Some, by Alfred In January of last year Ford registered quarters for Wayne County as well | |

him; one whQ abhorred doubledealing Southard. 1,420 passenger units, out of as other sections, of Michigan and a I ::: Next Door To Theatre :?
and subterfuge; a' staunch' The Life ,of Washington; by Sue a total of 2,404 units of all makes. part of Ohio, a steady Increase was

friend frank and iVonMach, ''Betty McDuffie, LaDeen Ford ,led'the low priced field by a reported in sales throughout the ........................ .. y
; a courageous' en- .: : : : : : : : : : : : :. :..: :.:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..)
emy; a gentleman. His faults, if they Peters and Lawrence Guthrie.'. ,

could be ternied such, were manly Our Flag, by Dick Whittington,

faults;. faults occasioned by -gener- Lewis Blunt, Bobby Topper and

osity and fearlessness. Among his Martin Waldron. :i: ::
::
:
outstanding characteristics were his Solo:_ "Father' of the Land We ..z.. ..z.i. F. 0 R S A L E" .z.

keen Intellect. and his sharp, dry Love", by Lawrence Guthrie. .. .i. .' '.z'.z' .
wit. Our Flag, by Betty McDuffie. :'z' .z.

Like all strong men, he had some Flag Laws, by Sue VonMach. ':.i.:: ::: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash ,Payment Y :::-

enemies Pledge to our Flag, by Assembly. .. .z.
and a few traducers'who injured .:. ,::,
themselves, not himwith Song: Star Spangled Banner. by ff Y +
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their crafty fabrications.. Some of Assembly. YY .z'
these traducers had been recipientsof x a. Y
: rww Sr '' x
his, bounty; Isc riots, trying to PLAY yf. .5/ y +
CONTEST POSTPONEDThe
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sell their benefactor for the filthy YY .z' ,h.

silver; .of self-interest; back-biters, Y ; ;;
,. treacherously gnawing at the kindly one-act play contest of, the' Y; ;; Y +
hand that fed them. Tri-County League which was scheduled ; Y Y

Though Willis is dead, yet he con- to be held in Alva on ;YY; Y;
wednes-I
h
tinues to live on in the saddened day of this week was .YY.' '.. Yh;
memories of his friends. May his til about March 20th, by request of '... ... .....' ...!.. '

life prove an inspiration to the no- the Alva school.' l :,.: :: ; : I :!: :;:

vitiates of the profession he.,served Local high school students have f. .. .z.
well. prepared and rehearsed ; ct I Yh
so a most attractive A ;, h
little play, "The Dummy", ; ;
Written for his friends and A ; ; h
which will be the Clewiston entryin Yh
.admirers >
by one of.the old- n z t
est of them.Jaquary'19 the contest. ;. ;. f
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1935., .:. 'z. .z.
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HONOR ROLL J ; Yh

Senior ILigh School z ; y Y


SCHOOL NEWS James Beardsley, Page Cowart, ; Y Y; : Yh v

Althea Ford, Margaret Gary, Evelyn ;; : a I Y Y

I Hare, Bobby Patterson, Gladys Wil- y I Yh
A Valentine program,. which was:: lis, Ethel Willis, Lily Wynn. { ;; +
postponed from last week was givenin ; ,hY, Y raw, Y

Elementary Chapel t'lis week by .h'. ':' .Y. !.
pupils from the Fourth/Jrade, under HONOR ROLL Y; Y '

the .direction of their teacher, Miss Second and Third Grades h h Yh h

Lucile Hampton. -- ; I I y

A play, Valentine Tarts, was pre- Martin Waldron, Matthew McKenzie A h ; ; h

sented by Betty Wittington, Sonny Barbara Hudson, Douglas y I ; h

Vaughn, John Vic Emanuel,. Edgar Emanuel, Sue VonMach, Betty Mc- ; yA h

Hudson, Eric Belcher, Billy Redel- Duffie, Nicky Schiffli, Alice Akins, .z. .0'Y .Vh;,
i ..
sheimer, Phillip McLeod, ,Eldridgo Ray Brewer, Mary Carlisle. .. 'i'I:> .i. at. ,
:: The Balance J Like Rent
McMulleu and Eugene Rogerts.A :.':. ay ::i: :::
recitation, the Daffodil was 100 PERCENT: IN SPELLING I 'z' .. ,z.
:: :;: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON ;
given by Audrey Christian. Windy Second and Third Grades HOMES :: ::

Nights, a. recitation' was given 'iby :;: :i:; YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :: :

Ernest Oliver.A '

play, Teachers Pet, was given {\lan Eugene, Billy Wright McKenzie, Fred, Wayne Gary,McMul-Christine if Clewiston Home

by Gloria McDuffey, John Poole, Reddish, Sue VonMach, Annette BuUding Association If

Audrey' Christian, Mozolle Stone, Simpson, Lula Christman, Nicky I .z. .. ;

Marianne Jones, Josephine Digges, SebUm, Mary Carlisle, Alfred South- : : PHONE 102
Bernard Leiter; Quinton Smith, El- ard.. I tIt
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