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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 12, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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i' ": : ANCIENT INDIAN Latham's Office Moves STEWART NAMED TO Members Are Named POWER- COMPANY ': r


To Palm Beach LocationThe On Planning BoardThe "

,- BURIAL GROUND SERVE ON SEVERAL ENGINEER SPEAKS -

,'. -, E. H. Latham company this I nucleus of the FERA county

DISCOVERED HERE week closed its office in Clewistonand LEADING COMMITTEESRepresentative planning board for Hendry ,countywas TO KIWANIS CLUB j s

moved the records and files to formed this week by the namingof

West:' Palm Beach where a down M. E. VonMach and Alto' Hires to '

Evidence of a habitation of the town office is being maintained. The E. L. Stewart has represent the county board of pub- Jack Henning, of Jupiter, Sales "

townsite of Clewiston a thousand, company office was established in been honored by Speaker- W. B. lic instruction and the board of I Engineer for the Florida Light and :;
was uncovered here this a room at the Clewiston Inn about Bishop by appointment on several county commissioners respectively. I Power company, was guest speaker -
years ago 15 months ago, when the Latham important committees in the Houseof at the Kiwanis meeting Wednesday !
of the remains 'The
week with the discovery' county planning board is be-
contract for construction of four evening'an1 talk that :--
Representatives. Full committee gave a was a
of an Indian mound in the ing formed in compliance with a request -
hurricane gates on Lake Okeechobee real to those Mr. :::
appointments were announced by eye-opener: present. :
city limits of Clewiston.Just from Governor Sholtz, who
off the highway near the gigantic -I was begun. Bishop over the'weekend.. will complete the board by'appoint- Henning, through his position with ','
mill of the United States Sugar The, company is now engaged in Mr. Stewart is chairman of the ing other members. The purpose of the power company is in close touch -;:
constructing a combination hurri- with the entire Lake Okeechobee
committee on lobbying and is a
the board is study
corporation, a development typ- to proposed pro-
cane gate and locks at Moore Haven member of the following commIt- area and has a very detailed know- '/
ifying the advanced'machine age, jects within the county and to report I-
and a series of spillways along the tees: ledge of the developments under ,
have been found crude garden implements their findings to the state plan-
St. Lucie canal. Field offices are '
Bank and Loans._ way. .
fashioned from conch ning board which, has the author- : t
being maintained at Moore Haven Canals and Drainage. "The boom around the Lake" is :';
shells, bits of pottery used for ity to approve or disapprove the pro- '
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household implements and other and at Indiantown to care for these Public Lands. posals. the expression used by the speaker }j
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contracts, but the main Florida of- Public Welfare. in referring to the condition of the -
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relics of a mode of life in sharp con- The
board is
county not completeas
fice will be in West Palm Beach.E. :.
Public Roads and Highways.Mr. section. Eight new houses of the
trast to the modern civilization ex- ,:
yet and will not begin to function .
isting here today.A H. Latham and Mrs. Mary Mc- Stewart is well-qualified by substantial and attractive type already _.

complete skeleton was one of Crone and Mrs. Grace Cahill, his of- his business ability and his experi- i, until instructions other members are received are appointedand from erected are going up at Port -, \

the most important finds in this fice assistants left Thursday for ence for membership on all the the state board.SHIPMENTS. Mayaca, and a golf course is plan- '"' Y

mound which will probably yield West Palm Beach.SECRETARY. committees to which he was ned to add to the pleasure of residents -' '

relics of historical, and archaeological ---' ed. He is cashier and one of apPoint-I' of that community. : :

significance. rectors of the First Bank Of' particular interest is his statement ;
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-2 v Although the surface has been OF WAR iston, and has served one term in INCREASE that a larger percentage of res- ;]

barely scratc -fd in the investigation the House previously I idents of the south shore of Lake :<.it

of the mound, it is believed to Senator Arthur Gomez, of Key Okeechobee are owners and 'users of ::,:

have been that of the tribe of Caloosas RECENT VISITOR HERE West, who represents the 24th district FROM THIS SECTIONVegetable mechanical refrigerators modern -, ':

Indians who inhabited this ,sec- 'including Hendry county, is also : stoves and other improved house- <_,

:. tion hundreds of years in advanceof '-- a member of a number of im- hold equipment than any other sec- :;i

the Seminoles.f Secretary of War George H. Dern portant Senate committees. He is'I shipments from the I lion in the United States. .:.,:

Habitation, cultivation and burial' was a visitor in the Lake Okeechobee I chairman of the public utilities committee Lake Harbor-Clewiston section of Mr. Henning described the feed '

;.. are all evidenced by the relics already area Saturday, visiting the federal to whom the question of the Everglades have increased stead- drier, one unit which is being established ?1

;:- uncovered. Pottery and crude flood control and navigation state regulation 'of public utilities ily during the past ten days. Ten at Belle Glade by manfacturers ',:

household utensils and garden im-II project in company with Lt. Col. B. will doubtless be referred. He is al- I cars of cabbage were shipped during of the drying machinery, includ- M

plements bear witness of the habitation C. Dunn of Jacksonville, district engineer so a member of the following committees the first three days of this week. ing 0. W. Randolph of Toledo, Ohio. ..:

and cultivation of the spot. for Florida, under whose supervision : 'i j There have been other shipments including This drier will be of 50,000 ton capacity ,:

The skeleton and other human bones the lake project is being Attaches and Control of' Legisla- : per year and will reduce the

are mute exidence of the use of the : constructed. tive Expenditure.: I 5 cars of beans, 3 cars of toma- price of stock feed from approxi- ,)

': mound for burial purposes. : Secretary Dern and Colonel Dunn Drainage. toes, 80 crates of green corn (the mately $35 per ton to ,$17 per ton.

:' Although the "mound" is now on were aboard the government yacht, Judiciary Reapportionment. I first shipped from this section at The East Coast of Florida alone us- ;

" a level with the surrounding ground, Ribault, and were shown over the Judiciary "B". this time of year.), 100 'crates of onions es 75,000 tons of such feed each

, findings indicate that it was once project by Lt. Richardson Selee, in Constitutional, Amendments. I approximately 2 cars of round year for dairy cattle. The manufacturers

" _a high spot, of ground in a marshy charge of_ the Clewiston sub-office, Corporations., beans which have been shipped from are putting in 1200 acres of ,'
',' section-that it had been inhabited U. S. Engineers. Senator Gomez 'is a prominentKey the section by truck alfalfa themselves to assure raw .:.
I Secretary Dern has been in the West and electedat feed stuff with which to operate ..
ed and abandoned,' probably as the attorney, was The onions and the green corn are
j' water came higher at some unusual state for a few weeks, most of which the, last general election to suc- the most unusual shipments for this their drier, but they are not plan-

wet season, and that it was again has been spent in Miami and Key ceed himself as State Senator for a season of the year. ning to become farmers or to produce '1
West and adjacent localities. ;He four term. their own alfalfa in future.
inhabited in later years when it emerged -' year [ Among the truckers contributing'to
came over from Palm'Beach after I ICONSTRUCTION They hope to purchase all they can
the shipments
,': as a dry spot when the water produce! are:
inspecting the handle from farmers of the acetic ..
:' receded. engineering projectsof Tom Adair, cabbage; Andy Wil- -
: The "mound" in which the small the government on the lower East ON liams, cabba.geYoods; and Bate- and believe that every farmer will

amount of digging has been done is Coast. I man, cabbage; Ernest Burkett, soon plant a portion of his land irf

a fairly large one, and a small one, The Secretary and his party left beans, corn and cabbage; Doc Con- alfalfa as a steady money crop. Ono ..

---:... as yet undisturbed lies about 300 for Tampa and St. Petersburg, LAKE ATTRACTINGMUCH ner, cabbage; M. H. Crouch, onions of the results of the successful oper-
' where they expect to visit engineering ation of the drier will be a subse-
/ yards distant. Both are on property (purchased from J. E. Beardsley) ;
7 of the United States Sugar corporation projects in the Gulf harbors, G. A. Perkins, beans, Roy Hudson, quent reduction in the price of milk,

but are not in the cane area. and planned to visit the Bok Toweren ATTENTIONAs beans, Bob Crouch, beans. as the high price of feed for dairy
route to the East Coast to resume cattle is largely responsible for the
Permission has been granted by the The cabbage market, which has
corporation's general manager, J. J. his trip ,up the East Coast waterwayto been unusually high for the past price.
Jacksonville, where he entrainedfor work on the federal naviga- Speaking of the extensidh of power -
for '
Harrington, the local troop of few weeks, is declining some. Tomatoes -
tion and flood control project on stated that the
Washington lines, Mr. Henning
Boy Scouts to remove some of the are not bringing as good a
relics as trophies for their scout Lake Okeechobee progresses, the price as is usual at this time of year, new line which his company has
construction is attracting attention Bare Beach has
much built as far West as
::'" house. due to the fact that East Coast tomatoes -
' LovvornDavisA noted engineers, army of the
>> among far surpassed the expectation
Excavation of the mound will be are still on the market. The
,' officials and a steady stream of company in' the number of users.
followed with much interest. bean market has been fairly steady.
notables have been conducted' on an ._ Practically every farmer has become :
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marriage of much interest to
inspection trip over the project recently House rvlembers Receive a user, and many farmers who a few
friends in the Lake Okeechobee
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Church Elects Sias section by Lt. Selee.SecretaryofWar. years ago would not install electricty
occurred in West Palm Beach
George H. Dern, in their own homes are now wiring
Friday, April 5th when Miss Evelyn Flowers From ClewistonMembers
And Poole Officers accompanied by Mrs. Dern and their the negro tenant houses of their
Davis of Winter Haven, became the I I
I Steiner
guests, Mr. and Mrs. and farms.
bride of C. J. Lovvorn of Canal -
-- I Col. B. C. Dunn, U. S. District Engineer I I Mr. Henning's talk was very interesting -
A. w Sias and Grover C. Pool Point. The simple ring ceremony of Florida's House of
I visited the lake for several : and illuminating from a
were elected elders of the ,Community was performed in the study of the I Representative received flowers' '
hours Saturday. Coming down local standpoint, as he had complete
First Baptist Church by Dr. C. H.I I from Clewiston gardens on the .
Church at the annual meeting open- and the
< the coast, on the government yacht, ; knowledge of his ,subject
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held Sunday evening in the church, Bolton, pastor. .1 "Ribault," the party motored out to ing day of the session, through the : facts and figures brought out the
following a brief devotional service. The bride was attired in an afternoon ; courtesy of Mrs. Leah Spicer and :
Belle_ Glade from which point they I i substantial development of this sec-
frock of pink net with Elbert Stewart. -
The deacons elected were Ivy M. accessories boarded the inspection boat "Kis- Mrs. tion as is seldom possible.
Pafford, 'W. C. Owen and F. M. t@ match and wore a corsageof I simmee" for their trip around the I Boutonniers of carnations, grown

Wright. Marshall Yenawine was sweetheart roses. The couple was lake. i by Mrs. Spicer and shipped to Mrs. Will
Funds
Race
elected treasurer, F. M. Wright, as- unattended. Mr. Dern, who, 'is a mining en- Stewart who was then in Tallahassee -

-= sistant treasurer. Miss Marion Ley- After a short honeymoon on the gineer, evidenced the keenest inter- with her husband, Representative -

t! dig was named church pianist and East Coast, the couple returned to est in the work and particularly in Stewart, were placed on the Be Divided Equally

John Poole, church sexton. Canal Point, where they will make the mechanical details. The party desks of each representative and the --
Reports of all societies' and their home. members of the early the
organ- stopped at the big suction dred'ge"Welatka press .in Distribution of the present alloca-
izations of the church were presented Both Mr. and Mrs. Lovvorn are in- morning. Speaker Bishop and numerous -
and made a thorough tion of race track funds equally between
and reflected a very successful former residents of Clewiston. Mr. spection. From there they went to other members of the House the county commissioners and

year. The treasurer reported a bat; Lovvorn was editor of the ClewistonNews hurricane gate No.3, at Miami chose the Clewiston flowers to wear, the school board of Hendry county
ance, with all bills paid. The meet- for two and a half years re- in to others which were
preference
Locks, which also came in for a will be made shortly, according to a
ing was well attended, despite the signing to enter the time-keeping (Continued on Page 8) presented from Tallahassee gardens.The message from the state capitol to-
suddenly stormy weather which ''pre- department of the ,United States Su- boutonniers were attached to

vailed for a short time. gar Corporation : cards bearing the names of the two day.A
Dr. White WinsHandicap local bill, introduced by Representative -
Sunday morning the The best wishes of a host of
Sunday ladies and the address: Clewiston, Stewart, passed the House
School held its election of officers friends are extended to the young Fla.
and
TourneyDr. of Representatives Wednesday;
--- with the following results: Superintendent couple i The attractive little gifts broughta passed the Senate Thursday provid-

J. W. Ezelle, assistant su* nice bit of publicity for Clewistonand ing for equal division of the funds

perintendent, I. M. Pafford, secretary Experiment With J. W' White of Belle Glade the ladies have received many in Hendry county. The bill awaits

R. N. Boswell, treasurer, I. D. won the Handicap Tournament ,at acknowledgments of their remem the signature of the Governor be-

Leydig. Miss Marion Leydig is Sun- Dynamiting Muck FiresThe the Clewiston Golf Course in a 36 brances. fore becoming a law.

day School pianist. hole match Sunday, defeating F. Allocation of the'race track funds

Deane Duff of Clewiston, 6 and 5. this season was held up' by Governor -
No School Good FridayThe use of dynamite as a means Dr. White played a' steady game Col. Mark Brooke Sholtz pending the meeting of the

of controlling stubborn muck fires during the day, 18 holes being played legislature, so the present funds will
may become general throughout the in the morning and the conclud- be divided equally 'between the

., Clewiston school will not be Everglades section. Experimentswhich ing 18 in the attern on. The winnerwas Washington, April 6-Col. Mark] schools and the county. The bill pro-
.' ; in session on Good Friday, April have been conducted by the presentedith a dozen golf Brooke, a retired army engineer : vides that school portion can be used

19th. The holiday will permit pupils a United ,States Sugar corporation balls and Mr. Duff received a half- who had served both at Now Orleans only for pay of teachers; and bus
and teachers to attend church sere have proven the U H of the explosive* dozen balls as runner-up. and Jacksonville, died here today in drivers salaries.

ices. Both the Community Church helpful in cases of a stubborn fire The flag tourney staged Sunday Walter Reed hospital. Passage of the bill, according to

and the Catholic church have serv- located where it would prove expensive afternoon attracted an unusual Between 1926 and his retirement 'I M. E. VonMach, assured all teachers -

lees on that day. Teachers who live to extinguish it by ordinary amount of attention and was won for physical disability in 1932, ho and bus drivers' that they will

out of town will also have an oppor methods. by J. B. Dotterer. Mr. Dotterer was was first district engineer at Jack- receive their salaries in full this
tunity for a short Easter vacation far in the lead completing the '18 sonville and then division engineer
:year.
Miss Wilma Douglas returned holes with 2 strokes left to play. of the Gulf of Mexico division with
Mrs. C. F. Trainor and daughter Saturday from Miami, whore she has Emmett Shelley, second, planted his headquarters in New Orleans. He Mr. and Mrs.; J. Grady Niblack

spent the week-end visiting\ friends,,' been spending several, "day! for med flag 6 inches from the. cup on the had made his!:! home hero since ro- spent Sunday' visiting relatives Ir\
in West Pale) Peach ,ical tr@atinent 18th hole. tlrement. OrJando.J .

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS APRIL 12, 1935
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employed eight hours a week more PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT Is look. Thymus ExtractHailed- SAFETY FIRSTDon't

CURRENT EVENTS than the code maximum. Belcher did ing ahead to 1936. Authoritativeword
not the but attacked the as Growth RegulatorTwo hurrah till you are over the
deny charges, has reached the Capitol that he bridge.
constitutionality of NRA legislation. wants all controversial administration glands of the ductless type,

He was sustained In a demurrer by legislation cleared away at this ses- the thymus lying high in the chest

PASS IN REVIEW Judge William Grubb, whose recent sion, so that congress can meet for a near the base of the neck and the

ruling that TVA may not sell powerIn short and .harmonious session prior to pineal located In the head, have recently -

competition with private utilities the 1936 Presidential campaign. Besidesthe given medical science some

gave scant comfort to the administration. relief bill Mr. Roosevelt Is said rather startling information regarding -

The Supreme court's decision in to be specially anxious to have congress their nature. Their existencehas

FRANCE AND ITALY MOBILIZE the Belcher case has been regardedas pass his social security program ; been known for years, but aside

ARMIES AS CONFERENCES BE. very important since It would go utility holding company legislation ; a from a few readily apparent characteristics : -

GIN AT BERLIN. directly to the question of NRA's bill continuing NRA for two years ; nothing has been learned

validity, and would make or break transportation regulation coordination about them. Their duties assignedby
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government control of industry.JAPAN ; banking legislation ; ship sub- nature have remained a secret.

By EDWARD W. PICKARD sidy and Increase:; in the capital of the Now, however, Dr. L. G. Rowntree,
Western Newspaper Union. Home Owners 'Loan corporation. If of the Philadelphia Institute for Medical
steps out of the League of
HITLER'S virtual this can be cleared from the calendar, Research, has uncovered some
CHANCELLOR and flanked;: by IXT .single make your gardenA
war, though coupled avowed ally. Mancliiikuo. she faces the it may prevent any serious party surprising facts. lIe'found that

with protestations of peaceful Intention world as the sHf-ehosen preserver Of squabbles thnt might: interfere with when injections of thymus gland ex-

are having: their effect In almost peace in the Orient. Japan's action Is plans to bring about Roosevelt's re tract were administered to rats for SHOW-PLACE
every: nation on earth. election. The White House is much three generations the newly born
the culmination of a series of events
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s% In his own land the concerned over rumors that rodents exhibited
congress: surprising increases
started February 2-!. 1J!)...5. when
result is probably one Yosukc Matsuokn led the entire Japanese may scrap a good part of the admin In the rate of growth and development YOU may be sure your

,.< of his main objectives, delegation in a walkout;: t from istm tion's controversial legislation. Rats of the fifth generation garden will be a real showplace .
';f" for the Germans. In after the beginning of the injectionsof
>>. the league assembly. Shortly after, if
plant Ferry'sPurebred
1 J' their loud rejoicings: Japan gave formal .notice of her with- SPRING arrived in the West with thymus cut teeth in one day In- you
< .- over the military rebirth dust stead of the normal Flower Seeds.
<>/ : : drawal from the l league because the as- storm which shrouded nine, grew hair
::, % "-C-. \i: of the reich nnelti. sembly had censured! Japanese aggression the country from eastern New Mexico In two days Instead of 14, reached Like produces like andFerry's
";.\ ;;j Manchuria. She has
:' ,
-r.?'%' 0 {. ;J. t position, are losing other powers that she considers her- whipped up from the drouth- compared to the normal 40 to 00 Seeds are selected
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!: >..' sight of the grave economic self guardian of peace in eastern scourged: prairies hid the sun, and beat days, and otherwise showed remark- from perfect plants whose
s>. problems which is relentlessly upon the senses. A dozen able increases in physical and men,
... Asia, and that outside assistance forebears
Anthony Eden the reichsfuehrer has neither desired nor Invited. In addition deaths were reported, due to suffoca- tal strength. When extracts of the generationafter

not yet heen able] to Japan has embarked on an .armament tions, dust-induced pneumonia and pineal gland were administered generation, have
solve. traflic accidents. Freight trains were dwarfs were produced. From these
policy marked by denunciation produced flowers of remarkable
France, having decreed the enlarg- of the Washington naval treaty, demands rolled to sidings, and passenger trains findings it Is easily concluded that
ing of its army and the increase In for naval parity with Great crept along on slow orders. Schools the thymus regulates early growth size and color.

the term of conscription, began mov- Britain and the United States, and were closed in a number of communities and the pineal gland acts as a check The Ferry Seed DisplayBox

ing fuly balf of the troops heretofore armed forces "sufficient to defend, but in western states. Wheat prices on the former to keep it from over- I

placed along the Italian frontier to the Inadequate to attack." jumped from 2 to 3% cents a bushel as doing its job. Since the thymus extract -I will help you to

Rhine area. Premier Mussolini of winds cut into the dry Southwest and only Increases the rate of choose your favorite

Italy, as minister of war, ordered the Governor Landon of Kansas appealedto early growth:, and does not produce varieties.
recall of the entire military class of HOOVER suddenly proj- I
HERBERT President Roosevelt for aid.THE giants there Is considerable specula-
1911, estimated at 220,000 men. These Into the political '
tion as to what its effects would be
additions bring the strength of the picture, and set wagging the tonguesof
Is to. sell on humans.-Pathfinder Magazine. I
government ready
army up to approximately .6 5OOO. and countless politicians and observers.In .
when the more than 400.000 Fascist a letter addressed to foreign nations that can .
offer an attractive proposition Secre- Good Deeds
,
militia are Included, the Italian forces ;> to the California Re-

number more than a million. The classof ; ? ... : publican assembly 1 tary Morgenthau announces. Recent We ought not to speak' of the ben- .tix 'Ie;, r
sales to the Bank of Mexico and to efits which .r
have .
1913 due to be dismissed soon is meeting In Sacramento we conferred ; to remind -
being kept under arms. Mussolini V the former President Guatemala, Morgenthau points out, men of them Is to ask them to '"

have, cleared the way to similar nego- return them. We should not obtrude -
made a hot speech to ,the nation In I spoke his mind
which he said Italy was ready "for with utmost freedom
any threat of war" and that. "our k- '< 4 concerning the doingsof emphasized that no other transac- them; we should only remind a man BabijNeedsCuticum

desire for peace and European collaboration the Roosevelt ad- tions are being considered at this of what we have given him, by giv-

millions : time. No conditions were attached ing him something else. We ought
is based upon some ministration whose
of bayonets." theories, he asserted, I to the transactions already consum- not even to tell others of our good for that RashWhy
c mated. In the dealings with Mexico
deeds.-Seneca.
According to Rome that usu- .! J "are
a paper no longer a propa-
; virtually all her silver sales have let him cry when an application -
ally speaks with authority, there will gandized milennium ;
Herbert been made to this of Cnticnra Ointment will
country. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription makes
soon be held an Anglo-Franco-Italian they are self-exposed.
Hoover "We've got all the gold we can pos- weak women strong. No alcohol. Sold quickly soothe that irritation.
conference to discuss the rearmamentof The Republican party, I
Austria, Bulgaria, and Hungary. said Mr. Hoover, has today the greatest sibly use," Morgenthau added, indi- by druggists in tablets or liquid.-Adv. I Cnticnra Ointment is a helpful

This has heretofore been opposed by responsibility that has come to it catingthat the government would friend to millions of babies throughout
make no further undue efforts to accumulate Bible Scenes on Buses I the world. It is gentle in actio/,
the countries of the little entente, but since the days of Abraham Lincolntoraise /'
the metal. Motor buses in Venezuela. are
it Is supposed their views have been the standard in defense of funda- fr'om and promotes healing.
adorned with scenes the Bible
altered by recent developments.As mental American principles; and he because I1 ti\'es' Believe these will I Sample free. _

a preliminary to this meeting called for a rejuvenated and vigorous WITH considerable ceremony the help to ward off 'accidents.ROAR Address: "Cutlcura Dept.22S,
there" was an important conference in Republican organization.Here government transferred to Maiden, Mass. '

Paris participated In by Capt. Anthony are some of the things Mr. Hoover Japan full ownership of the Chinese

Eden, British lord privy seal ; Fulvio said in arraigning the present ad- Eastern railway and thus ceased to be

Suvich, Italian under-secretary of for- ministration : an opposing factor in the Japanese

eign affairs; and Foreign Minister "The most solemn government obligations occupation of Manchuria. In the offi-

Laval of France. Laval sought to have been repudiated."The cial residence of Foreign Minister BOYS, IT TASTES

stiffen the British attitude toward Hit- nation Is faced with the greatest Koki Hirota in Tokyo the sale agree-

ler, but Eden tried to turn him from debt ever known to our country. ment and general protocol were signed R'OARWHAT LIKE MORE

his determination not to deal with I "The currency has been rendered un and the bargain was'clinched by the

Germany until the League of Nationshas certain. payment by Japan of 23,333,000 ;yen to

passed France's of German the Soviet ambassador.
on protest "The government has been central
violation of the Versailles treaty. ized under an enormous bureaucracyin ,( t

It is understood France proposed to Washington small businessmen answer to the latest

impose severe economic penalties on have been disabled and crushed. MUSSOLINI'S Abyssinian situation

Germany but that Eden persuaded Class conflicts have been created and postpones approval of the proposal
Laval that such measures should be embittered. ; \
delayed until they had been debated Inter- \L'4
"The cost of living is steadily ad-
at the coming of I
the
meeting powersat
vancing. : i? on conciliations "at :
Como, Italy. This conference was "More: people are dependent upon the v least until the futility

postponed for some days to give Eden government for relief than ever before. v <4: %'. of direct negotiationshas
time to go to Moscow.
"Recovery is still delayed. been proved" II

Leaders of the regular Reublicans In ; .h; p E V; Duce made a counterproposal -

RESTRICTIONS on planting spring Washington were quick to declare their y''V suggesting

removed by Secretary approval of Mr. Hoover's attack on .' that the Italian minister -

of Agriculture Wallace, who the New Deal. Most of them scoutedthe A 4'2 to Abyssinia and AFLAVOR WHAT A
fears the effect of another widespread
idea that he was tentatively look- the Ethiopian foreign
drouth. The .
year's
Ing toward another nomination, but .w minister get together SAVORZIPPITYZOW
first crop report showIng "
the general Impression was that he was for a series of per-
that farmers in .
: ;, : In the way of becoming the leader of sonal conferences, go

tend to plant 17,847- his party in fact as well as in name. Premier over all] the data] and r' pI Q '4
000 acres of spring i ; Mussolini J -
attempt to settle the I
wheat is said to be re '
dispute without the necessity of con-
for Wallace's mutilated. the ad-
sponsible :. CONSIDERABLY
ciliation under the direction of the
about face. Last $4,880.000.000 work
year League of Nations. Direct negotia-
the acreage was 18, relief bill finally got through the senate
tions are said to have the approvalof
521,000 acres. The ad by a vote of 6S to 1G, and was returnedto
both the French and British.
ministration is con 5 the house later, to be adjusted In

vinced that the government conference. The senators accepted; an
and farmers amendment by Senator Thomas of Okla- C LAIIENC DARROW. foe of NRA,

hare a duty to protect Sec'y Wallace homa for a currency expansion of$375- and author of the famous report

consumers against a wheat shortage. 000,000 through the issuance of silver which attacked NRA more than a

he said. Farmers will plan an addi- certificates at the $1.29 an ounce mone- year ago,_ assailed the administration's
economic theories, Including the national -
value of the
tary treasury's silver
tional 000,000 to 2300.000 acres as a
recovery act, In his testimony be- -IT'S GRAND
stocks instead of the
present practice
result of the new order, and will har-
vest between ten and thirty million of, using the purchase value of the sil fore the senate finance committee. The

bushels more, Wallace estimates. ver. However, it was confidently expected famous lawyer; whose sharp speech and AND HOW!
fiery courtroom tactics have made him
Spring wheat normally constitutes this would be stricken out in
famous, denounced NRA as playing
the conference. Previously the senate
about one-fourth of the nation's
crop. into the hands of t big business to the
Senator's Wheeler's
He denied that the European situa- rejected amend-
of the "little fellow."
destruction He
tion pointing to a possibility of Increased ment for $4,000,000.000 of new currencyto
argued that NRA attacked the prob- A ,
the works
finance
sales had anything to do with program. ,
Another amendment which lem from the wrong angle and that the
the new decision. Farmers under con was
real trouble lay in faulty distribution,
tract who plant their full spring adopted was that offered by McCarran
thus assailing the theory of scarcity.
of Nevada requiring senate confirmation
wheat acreage will receive full benefit -
payments but in return will be of all officials receiving $5,000 or

required to agree to reduce produc- more who would have charge of expenditure .- THE federal tree planting project E

tion In 1936 by the amount asked in of the fund. get under way in North Dakota :

next year's contract plus the amount One of the efforts to specify the use on April 15. The project has al- \' \k\

they would have reduced this year. of part of the huge work fund was ready been started In other states,

There Is no Indication that the corn I given the approval of the flood' control but the major development of.,fhe program ,

acreage control program for 1935 will committee of the house. It is a bill to will be centered in North Dakota G

be altered. earmark $000.000.000 of the money for this year. The state has been a-

flood projects in all parts of the coun- assigned a quota of 600,000 trees fora '
try, and under it about 400 projects belt 35 miles long. This Is only a ONCE you taste Grape-Nuts Flakes, you'll

-plilS JL Belcher case regarded as thegovernment's which have been recommended by part of the operations which envisagea cheer too! And it not only has a delicious AeN 'tski

strongest test of army engineers would be started. 100-mile wide belt of trees extend- flavor, but it's nourishing. One dishful, with

.N'KA'S constitutionality will fie The committee was told the list of ing from near the Canadian border to milk or cream, contains more varied nourish-

dropped, according to reports from projects called for expenditure of approximately the Gulf of Mexico. The work started ment than many a hearty meal. Try it-your

Washington. It will be recalled that $100,000.000 in the lower March 1 in Texas and Oklahoma, and grocer has it! Grape-Nuts Flakes is a product !

William E. Belcher, Alabama lumber Mississippi river valley and that expenditure March 15 in Kansas. Nebraska and of General Foods.asv .
mill owner, was alleged to have paid of $181,000,000 would
"pre- South Dakoto projects will be startedat .
employees less than the lumber code vent the devastating floods" In that the same time as that la North _
minimum wage and to have kept them area. Dakota. _
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Western Newspaper Union.



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LESSON TEXT-John 3:14-17j: Ro-

SYNOPSIS Includes my finances. I'm loaded up "Yes, but she doesn't know It," said "Yes', get busy, Lanny," Stephen mans 5:6-10: Philippians 2:5-11.

with good dividend paying stocks. You Stephen. "I hypnotized her first and urged. "The bird of time has but a GOLDEN TEXT-For God so loved
the world, that he hla
Theodore 'Jatlln adopts a baby, "Pe. know, I could be a mighty good friendto spent an hour questioning her, and It little way to flutter-and the wretched gotten Son, that whosoever gave only believethIn be-

nelope,". in an effort to solve his matrimonial the man who would be good co appears that' this morning she visited fowl Is on the way." him should not perish, hut have
troubles. But his wife has I.anny." your captain of detectives and asked After Dan McNamara bad left everlasting life. John 3:16.

never wanted her. and their affairs end "I'll\ consider the proposition," the him to throw out a dragnet to locate his office, DootdV Stephen Burt gazed PRIMARY TOPIC--Why Jesus Cam.
in the divorce court. At a baseball JUNIOR TOPIC-Jesus Saviour.
!. came a ball strikes ten-year-old Penelope cautious Celt replied, "although I'd Penelope Gatlin. She brought him with mild disapproval upon Lanny. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP-

on the nose. Mrs. Gatlln spirits rather be a bachelor than a disappointed some snapshots of the girl-told "him "Unlike you and Dan McNamara," IC-What It Means to Be Saved.

f the child fto Europe. Gatlin wills Pe- lover." her real name-all about her money- he said, "I dislike having the peaceful YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIO

:, nelope all his money and Is about to "Tell) you what to do, Mac," Stephen the girl's habits and peculiarities tenor. of my life disturbed." -How Christ Saves Us.
begin a search for her when a motor
accident 'ends his life. Some ten" years advised. "Send her a nice photograph everything. When I'd discovered "This Intrigue Is myrrh and Incenseto

later, in San Francisco Stephen Burt, ot yourself. If she puts it In a silver enough to out Lanny In tears I awakened me, Stevie." It Is not feasible to consider all the

rising young psychiatrist. Is presented frame you may proceed with confi-- Mrs. Mertoji and sent her away "1 know It. You and Dan love a texts proposed by the lesson committee '
witha
Dan McNamara, chief of police
by new patient-Nance Belden a girl dence." happy, but with this command'firmlyplanted fight for Its own sweet sake, but I do but It Is desirable to select the

with. a dual] personality for which her "How will I know, my boy?" In her subconscious mindshemust not I have a particular aversion to three suggested to be printed and to

"saddle nose" Is In part responsible. "If it's in a silver frame on the not think of the name Penelope grand jury Indictments, and It is a possibility Introduce several others.I. .
r f McNamara does not think she Is a dressing table in her bedroom, it'll bea Gatlin. When I awakened her I asked you and your boy friend have
I. The Saviour Predicted Gen. 3:15
criminal and obtains Burt's testimony ( ;
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cinch." her If she had an adopted daughter.She let me In for."
r In court. Lanny tho doctor's office Isa. 9:G, 7).
; nurse. is also 'won over Nance's crim- "llow'll I get into her bedroom you replied, surprised, that she bad. I "Fiddlesticks !"
inal record outweighs Doctor Burt's Dlockhead then asked her the name of this adopted "Lanny, I'll be angry with you in a In connection with the fall of man
explanation of her case and she Is sent daughter-and a look of terror came I' and consequent pronouncement of jUdg-
"I'll steal her latchkey and have a minute. now listen to me, and what-
to San, Quentin although penitentiary shot and goes Nanea to duplicate made. Then you can InvestI! i over. her face. For the life of ,her she ever you do do not talk back. Dan ment upon the woman, the man and
.... escapes I couldn't think of the name and begged _the serpent, and the announcement of
Lanny's apartment. From one of the gate." McNamara has run out on us. I mean
men In the boat on which the girl McNamara rose and held out his : me not to mention It If I knew It." you. lie's through. Dan's rattled. If the undying enmity which was to exIst -

escaped McNamara learns that Nonce'sreal "It's a pity didn't think of doing between the seed of the woman and
'Tis Stephen I you he hadn't been he'd have
Is Penelope Gatlin He also nand. a pity, my boy, never or- ,
I discovers name:: that she is heiress to $750- you aren't In my detective bureau that before she went to the detective dered the sending of such a fool cable- the seed .of' the serpent, ultimate vic-

000. Fearful of JC lJnara. in his of. Good night." II bureau with her Information," McNa gram." tory was predicted of the woman's

tidal capacity, Narce flees. Lanny finds The annual parade of the police force mara cried, and called up the Security "Dan McNamara knows his way seed. On the cross of Calvary the
her In her apartment, asleep. Then she
disappears, and McNamara learns that was but a 'week distant, and dlll'iugthat Trust company. about," Lanny defended. "He's more stroke was made which Imposed the

she Is living, in Paris. week Dan lived entirely on orange;; "The captain of detectives has p-it than nine years old." death sentence (John 12:31 ; Heb.
Flynn and Angellotl on the case," he 2:14). In due time the unlawful rulerof
juice and spent his nights in a Turkish "So do I. Lanny, It. will be highly
announced drearily when he had hungup the world will be the
displayed by
CHAPTER bath. As a result he dropped eight dangerous to send that cablegram.How .
VIIIContinued20 pounds off his northern elevation. Very "and Flynn has already been to coming of the king and the establish
Is she to know It Isn't a messageto ,-
the bank, making inquiries. When be ment of a universal and everlasting
ervct and martial he sat OP a milk decoy her back to the penitentiary?
This was too much Lanny put her white charger, while a photographer presented his credentials the cashier If she receives It while she's Penelope kingdom.

arms around him and kissed. him .on took several exposures of him and his showed him everything. They'll Iden Gatlin, she is extremely liable to cable II. The Saviour,Born (Luke 2:11, 30,
each cheek. tlfy that girl as Nance Belden, trace
command. 32).
for confirmation before acting on It. -
"And that's a seal that'll get by, too." her to Paris as reacfily as I did. and
, When the prints were delivered to That would mean a delay of not less That which had been predicted was
the French will be notified
i Dan was embarrassed. Lanny was, too I him he sent them all to Lanny witha government than twenty-four hours. On the other historically fulfilled In the birth of.
that Is convict
Penelope an escaped
-so she took a hasty departure. note saying : hand, If she Is Nance Belden when she Jesus Christ in Bethlehem. When
will her and
They Immediately deport
The two men stared after her ad- "Now that we are both In the same Flynn will meet her at Hoboken." receives It, she will leave Paris openly Jesus was brought to the temple as

miration in their eyes. "A d-d fine crooked conspiracy, I thought you and walk right into the hands of the a child the Holy Ghost revealed to

woman, that. None finer," said McNa might be interested In having the latest "But" can't you do anything about It, New York police. I'm not much of a Simeon that Jesus was the Messiah ._

mara. photograph of the biggest crook of Dan? Lanny pleaded. detective, but tonight I'm a better one

"Why don't you marry her?" The them all." "Nothing Flynn and Angellotl are than that McNamara Idiot." III. The Saviour Described. e

suggestion oopped out of Doctor Burtas The following day Stephen Burt sent on the trail officially now." Be staredat "He's not an idiot. He's one of the 1. A seeker of the lost (Luke 15:3-

suddenly as It had occurred to him. him a key, and the following after- Lanny tragically. "I'm out of the finest men I ever knew." 7)). This seeking of the lost Is illus-

"Now, there's an Idea," McNamara noon McNamara let himself into Lan picture now and can do nothing but "Keep quiet he ordered severely. trated by the man leaving the ninety

mumbled dazedly. "How long have you .ny's house and discovered one of the advise you. Send two cables-one to "You ditch my train of thought." and nine sheep and going after the one r

been mulling It over?" photos on her dressing table-and in Nance Belden in Paris and the otherto He drew a sheet of paper toward him which was lost, and his rejoicing over

"Subconsciously, since you entered a gold frame Another print In a Penelope Gatlin at the same ad- and commenced writing, while Lanny his success In finding it. Great, indeed, '--'

0: glowered at him. Presently he sat up Is the Joy In heaven over the salvation
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and read of1 a lost soul.
: .
"Grave.danger stop beat It some 2. He died for the lost (John 3:14-

other country traveling by motor stop 17)). God gave Jesus Christ to die to

-.', ', : / .a i yy. sts, upon arrival cable address stop If need make an atonement for the .sins of the
; '. : /. 4r J: <.tjYS:: g, : 4 ..:aet. .,{ funds will cable them stop leave Paris
} brazen
./ .. / +' .:':: .At ,J!j9L:,. world. As the serpent was lIft-
/ 'I.. establishment going concern stop go ed up In the wilderness bv Moses, so
,1 out for walk and disappear unless
stop Jesus Christ was lifted up on the cross.

L these Instructions followed you leave As the Israelites only needed to,! look ..
trail for to follow.
persecutors at the uplifted serpent, so the lost soul

"Mac." needs only to look to the crucified

He looked up. "How do those In- Christ for salvation. All who believeon

Idi1 structions strike you?" him as their Saviour receive eter-

TO BE CONTINUED. nation.nal life and, therefore, escape condem-

Lowly Weasel Furnishes
)
3. He knows his own (John 10:14): .
Rich Ermine of RoyaltyIt
'. I The good Shepherd has a definite
is the lowly weasel that furnishesthe knowledge of the lost ones. He there-

ermine of royalty and this member fore seeks them out and gives his life
of the rodent family Is common,
for them.
writes an authority in the Detroit
News. 4. lIe keeps his own (John 10:27-

those 20)! ), Believers are Christ's sheep, and
The white fur Is worn only by
members of the weasel family living in because they are his sheep, they hear
where his voice and follow him. He not only
L the northern part of the country
i heavy snows are experienced, and then knows them personally, but they, in

only in the winter time. During the turn, kix.iw him He not only gives

I .i winter months the fur of the northern unto them eternal life, but holds them

hw r weasel Is all white excepting for a tip In his omnipotent hands.IV. .

of black on the tail ; but the weasels Some Blessings- Received

living In' warmer climates, and the Through the Saviour.

northern weasels In summer time, are 1. Justification (Horn. 5:1-11), The

,. commonly brown above and of a yellowish one who receives Jesus Christ Is by

:./ hue on the under parts of theli the' living God declared righteous. His

1... ., : bodies. guilt Is removed and he is given the

_{. .f(0' The weasel is probably the most same standing as Jesus Christ himself.

$ nloodthirsty killer among all the smaller Because of this the very peace of God

members of the animal kingdom. It settles down upon his soul. He has

is exceedingly lithe and agile and successfully the assurance of God's love and Is able,

:,' ." : attacks rabbits and other therefore, to have joy In God himself.
game animals many times its size
t : 2. Freedom from the power of sin
Iit Loose in a chicken yard or any other
-\ (Rom. 0:1-7). It Is not enough to be
.......:w'v place where prey is 'abundant, the
it freed from the guilt of sin, there must
than
weasel will\ kill much more
which will enable the believer -
be a dynamic
\ his Was I 100 Much i Kissed Him on Each Cheek. possibly can eat. Many times it does
to live a life of victory over sin.
not eat the flesh of its victims at, all
the office. I caught a gleam in Lanny's [) dress. Say: 'Come at once-Lanny Being vitally united to. Jesus ChristIn
which but contents, itself with sucking some
e 'es-and when she kissed you, the dying-cable name vessel on the power of his resurrection life,

subconscious crystallzed Into the con- leaving,' and sign It 'Steve. of their blood. the the dynamic is provided which enables
the country
pious-" "I'll meet h'er at the dock," Stephen In some parts of the believer to triumph over sin.
"I'll Lhink It over." decided. "I'm due In New York next weasel l Is looked upon as beneficial be-
cause It feeds largely; upon mice and' 3. He Is free from the law as a
"You'll not think!: It over, Mac. You'll week.
other undesirable rodents ; but any means of sanctification (Rom. 7:1-6),, .
make up your mind now. And I can "You'll do nothing of the sort," said
where near the farmer's chicken yardit Christ's death nailed the law to the
get along without her although the going convict In
Dart "I'll send that my
Is a had actor and even in the open tree.: The one who has been vitally
will be pretty skiddy But of courseshe'll and '
house. He shuddered grimacedin .
Lanny fields and woods away from cultlvated unite to Jesus Christ by faith died
If ask her
marry you you his distress. "I could handle the
never proffers her friendships or her areas It Is doubtful If the good It with Christ. The law, therefore, has -
loves on the half shell. And there's wop with money, but Flynn IMS swornan does In destroying rodent pests can no more dominion over him.
oath 1 And because I've made a
still time, my boy still time" He'druther counterbalance the havoc it works 4.'Ictol'y over the flesh through the
monkey out of him he'll keep It.
-M--, "Not If she goes to Paris." daughter7"I make a monkey out of me now among bird and small. game animal life Indwelling Holy Spirit (Rom. S:2-G).

"I've heard of police chiefs securinga than acquire great rlches-a'nd If I'm -- The Introduction of the law of the

leave of ;absence for six months." broke, most likely the captain of detectives Rabbit Fur Grown to Order spirit of the life ]In Christ Jesus enables

"1 couldn't take a six months' honeymoon will ,step Into my shoes, and Rabbits, which furnish a large pan the believer to free himself from the
to Pads, lad. I've saved eight fur under 90 different of the flesh
world's dominion
the
thousand dollars". : Flynn] will stand a good chance of be- ot ,
coming captain of detectives. Oh, mur- names, are bred so their coats are 5. Christ Is the supreme example to
"What? You a chief of police and
only worth eight thousand dollars deration, Lanny darling, have you a quite similar to the furs of rarer ani the believer (Phil. 2:5-11)). Because
little whisky in the house? I'm faint, mals. This scientific breeding produces the Saviour became Incorporated with
I'm honesL"
"God help me, boy,
colors designs hair length'and he Is
so I am." desirable the race through the incarnation
Stephen roarec his n-errlment. "Why,
you great jackass, I know that. I "You're suffering from heart trouble, durability and the resemblance to able to impart life to those with whom

wouldn't let every man have Lanny. you egg." Lanny cried savagely. "Yes more costly fur Is so close that they he Is identified Furthermore, becausehe

But don't you worry about money. Lan- A weak heart, a soft heart, a human expensive processes of dyeing and tlifis imparts! life, the believer is

ny Is a business woman. She's man- heart." trimming are no longer necessary.-- able to make the Saviour his grand ,ex-

aged me >Ince I was a boy, and that "Send that cable," he roared. Collier's Weekly. mplj,r.

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FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1035::

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The Clewiston News which he has dealt, both as repre- Beacham and Shivers are the best me of a time not so long ago when' It appearing by affidavit appended -
sentative and as a citizen who has, of friends but to hear them talk in the desk clerk at the Naples hotelat .
to the Bill of
sworn Complaint
long been active in promoting those the corridors or when the senate is Naples-on-the-Gulf much
Published Friday In Clewiston,, was per- I in the
every above entitled that
cause the
things which tend to the better de- not in session one would believe that tubed over the of
old
Florida, the CLEWISTON NEWS,, presence an
by velopment and progress of his sec- their hate was intense and mutualone -- chap on the piazza without a coat i defendant Vernor Lloyd Turpen Is a

Inc. tion.His of the old maps in the library in and with a two week's growth of non-resident of the State of Florida; ...:. ..

Keathley Bowden, Editor years In the banking business the basement of the capitol, drawnIn beard smearing his face-the clerk I that there is no person in the Statn ,
make him an ideal member for the the early 1500s shows a moun- was afraid that the guest would of Florida the service of process In

committee on banks and loans. His tain range down the center of the wish to enter the dining room and- Chancery upon whom would bind

Entered as second class mail matter many years residence in Clewiston state and Lake Okeechobee just he just didn't know what ta 'do but the said defendant.It .

February 1, 1927, at the Post fit him for the canals and drainage about where Palatka is found-Li- thought it better to communicate is thereupon ordered that the
defendant, Vernor
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under committee. It is interesting to note brarian Cash is one of the most interesting with the manager before having him and appear to the Bill Lloyd of Turpen Complaintin be

the Act of March 3, 1897. also that other representatives from I personages in Tallahassee thrown out and the manager took said cause on or before the 6th

the lake section are on this committee -there is not as large a number of one look and exclaimed, "why, it's day of May, A. D. 1935, otherwisethe

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. William Griffis, Okeechobee, attaches in either house this session Thomas A. Edison"-the' senate is allegations of said Bill of Com

Advertising rates on application. chairman, O. B. Hazen, Pahokee andR. -the FERA is still demanding more starting out like a lion-it is hoped plaint will be taken as confessed by

Boe, Moore Haven being included they won't said defendant -
Devoted to the advancement and stenographers and many of the old go out like a lamb-
It Is further ordered that the
in the group.COW'S faces are missed-in the hotels- there are more important bills before
Clewiston and Hendry I
welfare of above notice be published in the
and Cocobolo.--no open bars in Tal- the house today than there I I Clewiston News
,
County. a newspaper pub-
ON THE CAUSEWAYFrom lahassee-good "shine" brings were at the middle of the session in I I lished in said County and State, oncea

around $5 a gallon-it's tough on '33-Ex-Gov. Catts'_ daughter is week for four consecutive weeks.

First sign of SummerFortMeade ( the San'Diego Union fol- the lobbyists-House of Represent- working in Senator Hodges office- Done and ordered at LaBelle,

merchants have voted to be- lowing the death of a young man atives attaches are paid the same as the senate stands adjourned. Florida, this 14th day of March, A.
18th. Senate help this session$6 a day D. 1935. .
gin Thursday closing on April killed in collision with a cow at -- SEAL
and the second assistant janitor ---- ( ) WILLIAM T. HULL, .
night.) Clerk Circuit Court.H. .
makes the same as the president of ITHE CIRCUIT COURT
Cows on the Causeway-Drive! with A. RIDETl,
"Too many people with 20 mile the senate-true demo TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP '
an hour brains are driving cars at care! rary-up FLORIDA; IN AND FOR HENDIlY Solicitor for Complainant. .
from Key West comes a man with a No. 56-March 22-29, 51219.IS .
April
60 miles an hour", explains the Del- Death !is on duty-Beware!-Beware young wife who is searching for her COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.

Beach News. r
ray Cows sisters-they were separated soon ANNA MAY TURPEN
on the Causewayafterdark )
after birth and are supposed to be Complainant, )

Most of us are not so much con- The of somewhere in this area-Senator: vs. ) YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?
purr a motorNearerHark -
cerned over the Sims-Culbertson Gomez makes a round of golf at six VERNOR LLOYD ''TURPEN, )

bridge battle as we are over having A thud-" a crash-a! last-drawn o'clock every morning-Rep. Boe of Defendant. ) 0 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 YEAR

to learn some new rules for scoring. I sigh! Glades county enjoys his work and BILL FOR DIVORCE

his colleagues playing -
a prank on -
A dear young lad rode theretodie.

some Pleasant Florida memories folks have is left about of the all him lobby spread that he the was news. to be through the chair-the II................................................................................................................................-.................................................II

so-called boom era-Cocoa Tribune. Cows on the CausewaYDeathlurks man of the Efficiency committee, and ..
And a lot of us didn't even know there! would employ all the help for the 1.1 t r.0.A

t the memories were pleasant. House-he was soon surrounded :( :
A young life's gone-but the Law I :: .
won't care. with the fairer and more persistant !
The 19 year old debutante'who sex-he is enjoying his work-ask
Police Department?-Did you
will marry the 70 year old bachelorin smile? Senator Hodges why Senator Murphy 'ir CLEWISTON 60LF I

June, need 'notexpect' any sympathy "Boy Kill of Zolfo Springs likes to sit on 'i
e -Causeway-Midnight
from us in a year or so when -(file) the president's, rostrum during the .
she files for divorce. session-the folks back home i
are
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City Council?-C. of C.?
proud of l\Iurphy-he is now presI- -COURSE !
'Twas
scanty help they gave to me!
Speaking of tough luck, an Al- dent pro-tern, and may some day be :

bany, Georgia, man who had one "Cows the president of the senate, if the rumors v
on Causeway?-Nothing -
artificial limb, was hit on the head have any foundation that the X

by a beer bottle. He fell and fractured If new-you drive that way, it's up to governor will, accept a position in .1:. IS .. A.:.

his good leg, without injuringthe you!" Washington, making Hodges the :!: : :- ". ;:' *
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one. Y '
Phone _
(by appointmentHearthem ) v
say duced a bill taxing female dogs $2, :!: :i:
A lady in a hurry and woe vice versa $1-there doesn't seem I t
"The Councilman's not here today. A
To the hospital once had to go. to be much chance for the anti- I A.
"What doctor? Oh, dear, And my boy is not here-and it chain store bill, nor the cigar tax- :: II :!:

Almost anyone here, That comes SOMEONE'S to me to blame-or he we might see the $5 and $10 auto t to the Phi' !
But I do not want Doctor Dafoe. still would be. license-there is always a smile in 1j i [ Open ] Ijj!

-Exchange the chamber when some new sena-

Cows on the Causeway-Hold! your tor, in answering roll call on a X
George Burr in the Winter Haven breath- bill answers so naively, "hei
Herald preaches an entire sermon in The highway's stained with the those soft footed gentlemen who .:. .+.

this paragraph: "Why is it that the Brand of Death! slip in and out jof the chamber unchallenged t y:

fellows who want to make 100 per- Slow down and see-that mark's by the white haired ser- ::: I :::

cent profit always have to borrow not mud'- geant-at-arms the Hon. John W. ,..' ..;..

money from the fellows" who are sat- 'Tis the pitiful stain of a Boy's Life- Kelly, are members of the Press.- .1!.1 +

isfied with 6 percent? blood! and they know their way about-- .!'j ; .y.

Dear God-have mercy-Grant it be no one is allowed In the senate Moderate
The cardinals advertised that the No ,others know what came to me. chamber without a coat-the only I I ::1:1: I' Green Fees :::

Dean brothers-rightly Dizzy and other organized body in the state *: *
Exceptional f'i--,
Fairways
Daffy-would play in a game at Cows on the Causeway-Cows! that with such a rule is the Supreme ,. I I. .' 'r--

Avon Park recently. A good crowd roamA court-one gentleman slipped in the ::: Interesting Greens :::'

showed,.up but the Deans didn't, and tear-wet grave-and a boy's other day and was approached by ,,A. I ,I..
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when the same thing happened in wrecked home. the sergeant but a senator came to ,,:. I _.

Winter Haven and other towns, the One of the dear boys-clean and the rescue and said that the chap I .:'
newspapers took it up, and the kind- was an ex-senator and :what; was the -

Cards lost a good many rooters and One of the sons. that we love to poor sergeant to do-which reminds. I," ;M9 r; .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.((11'

the respect- of a good many fans for findMemoriesMemoriesthrough I

their cheap trick.COMMITTEE .
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APPOINTMENTSIf Ever kept green by his' loved one's


appointments the apportionment to Representative of committee tears. i ii I FR SALE in

Cows'on the Causeway-Was! there

Stewart, Senator Gomez and other need :_: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash H-
nearby legislators can be taken as Payment
To let them stray after dark to feed?
a criterion of the entire list of appointments ...
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Time and ,
again so scores will
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Speaker Bishop and .!.
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swear, ..
President Hodges are to be commended ..t.. .:.
Death had been tempted to take toll :
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for their selections.The :
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selection of the committee ..:. .:'.
Cows on the Causeway-Count the ; : .. ..
members is perhaps the ; !
most gigantic cost- ... ...
task confronting the leaders of .. .:.
Dear lad, and his father-TWO lives .;. .!.
the two legislative bodies. Upon the lost! .:. .:.
membership of a committee depends .:' .:.

, the hundreds fate of of the bills vast introduced majority in the of Jack SOMEONE'S fresh-turned and his old sod to Dad'rest blame-'Neath, with God. .; i a !' : !1:! I! ,- .

60 day session. If a committee reports I .. '..
-LEO C. HODSON (Jack's Dad). .:. ..
unfavorably upon a measure .:. .:-.
its passage Is extremely doubtful.i .:. .:.
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Only in rare cases has it happenedthat '':. .:..
the committee's recommendation With TheLegislators .::.1.:.

has been changed by a vote of *''X;

,. the legislative body. : ; Y.iY. '
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Senator Gomez, an able lawyer ; ,
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from Key West who Is
l beginning his .. .:,
, fifth year and second term as state .;. ,:.

r'' senator, finds himself chairman of By Vernon Lamme : < .:.. ...
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: the public' utilities committee and -:- .'i'' .:.
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- Staff Correspondent ..
member of judicial reapportionment, .:' ''i...
judiciary B, constitutional amend- J.I 't: .'.
Tallahassee, April 11.-Under
ments and corporations. The sena- .' .'.
tor's legal knowledge and his con- this 100 year old capitol dome thereis ..::.. .:.

tact with public affairs over a period much of interest that seldom finds L .:. ..i'..

f of years qualify him for these its way into the busy columns of .':.. ..':.,

, committees. He brings to the drainage the larger dailies; human storiesof ::4 : ..:. .:.
;i committee of which he is also : :: :i:
t of ambition and endeavor; of envy y4 ..
member the !.
experience of years o I 5' .:. .':,
residence and greed stories of the
in the section to which ; Idiosyncra- J .

drainage is of utmost Importance. cies of the several legislators and of s o .::' ...

His previous term as Senator gives their camp followers; these are the I .
him a background for membershipon i I The Balance Like Rent I j
things of which I will write in this ; ; Pay
the committee on attaches and s :
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column. .. :
: control of legislative expenditure. % ; WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES .;, :::
t- Representative Stewart is alsoserving ?
: : YCU CAN OWN YOUR :;:
OWN
HOME :
- his second term in thee The best dressed senator Is probably .

e House, an experience which will aid Walter Rose of Orlando-Till-!

" him in dealing with the lobbying man of HiUsbor ugh whose first bill\ j Clewiston Home Building Association if
r problem; he Is chairman of the committee repealed Pat Witaker's election laws I' 2

on lobbying Public lands, must elt every day beneath the

public welfare, >public roads, and I painting in oil of Pat when he was I x PHONE 102 'j' {:

lifgl\wn'S are all auestloiu:! with: ,II I I I president: t of the Senate-Senators{ I i| ...._libj.rJ..n.: !Li.'I.L u Mi"t! WA. I I.. .. -- 'JLPACE -:. '0'




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.:-.:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..).:":" :..:..:..:..:..:..:. Mr. and Mrs. William Bradnack MRS. BEVERLY FLANIKEN: IS WEINER ROAST PLANNED BY I a weiner roast to be held next Mon
,'. spent Saturday in West Palm Beach. HOSTESS AT BRIDGE PARTYA SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS day evening on the prairie South of

:: Personal Mention :i: ----- I IlIem"bers Whidden's Corner. Weiners, buns .

Mrs. Foster Meredith, Mrs. Zern- delightful bridge was that giv- of the Friendly Bible\ and coffee _will be
.. ............................. R: Class and their friends have planned provided by the
IN:N:N:N: :N:1:N:N:N: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : I ey Meredith and Mrs. Clyde Mrs. Beverly C. Flaniken at
en by class treasury and those attending
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I I1 Byrd drove to West Palm Beach
: Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm W. Bigg her home 'on the government reservation are requested to bring a pot-luck -'
"\:' Monday to meet Miss Eunice Mere
were visitors in Palm Beach Sunday. contribution to the menu.
: dith, who has been visiting her sister '-I Wednesday afternoon.
in Jacksonville for a, few weeks. Four tables were arranged for Hints JI
W W. Preston of Sarasota spent I contract in the living room, which Beauty I

a few days here the first of the was decorated with vases and bowlsof Heath i -
'" Mrs. A. V. Southard and little By Jane -
'' flowers. Prize
,' week transacting business. colorful spring ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
: _,: daughter, Eleanor, returned ,Sunday for 'high score was won by Mrs. H. TEQUEST
, .', ", from a visit of several weeks with while Mrs. O. H. Roberts .
Mr.. and Mrs. Ralph H. Collins O. Peters,
i, were guests of friends in Wtest Palm relatives and friends in Brunswick, received the consolation. Mrs. C. F. C.: E. STEBEL
Georgia. Mrs. E. J. Fallen of Bruns- :
Beach last week-end. Trainor won cut prize.A
wick returned with Mrs.? Southardand delicious refreshment course Electrical Contracting ;

is visiting her for' a week. was served following the bridge ,
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Goodman were PHONE 2121 c
games.
guests of friends in Miami over the I Edwin A. Permenter and
: Scott, J. The guest list included Mrs. V. H. PAHOKEE, FLORIDA
weekend.Mrs. Prof. Houck all instructors in
J. F. ,
MacCarter, Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mrs.
; the Moore Haven school, wereamong J. W. Bruce, Mrs. E. W. Digges, I Agent for ,
Milton Crouch and daughter, I the out-of-town visitors at- '
C. Poole GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS
Mrs. Ivy Pafford Mrs. G. ,
...., Jo Ann, shopped in West Palm .'tending the Senior Class play at the Mrs. C. F. Trainor, Mrs. W. F. Simpson I I .
Beach Saturday. Clewiston School Tuesday RANGES AND .;-'
High ev- :
I Mrs. M. P. Peterson; Mrs. R. .,
APPLIANCESYou ,;
pnini: Vi : N. Smith, Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs.V. j / I
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson were A
A. Allen, Mrs. J. F. McLure, Mrs.F. .
transacting business in West Palm I Mrs. James P. Percy and her attractive :1
H. Mrs.
D. King, Mrs. O. Roberts, ,
',,_ Beach Saturday.Mrs. little daughters, Eleanor i H. O. Peters and Mrs. Richard IF you were not gifted by Nature :\
and Diane,' left Monday for Palm with curly lashes'and a ravish-
Knight. Tea guests were Mrs. J. W.
E. W. Digges and Mrs. J. F. Beach, where they have taken an I ing, starry-eyed look, don't despair.
Moore, Mrs. W. S. Cowart and Mrs. There's a clever eyelash curler; that Wreck 'Em
McLure were visitors in West Palm Cocoanut Row for two ,
apartment on
I W. D. Raines. will do the trick for you. Curved to '
Beach 'Thursday. months. They will leave from Palm fit the eye, it trains the lashes up- We Fix 'Em .:{

Beach to join Mr., Percy in Puerto MRS. SOUTHARD HONORS I ward with a gentle squeeze on the '.
( J. Irvin Davis, of Albany, Georgia, Rico about the first of ,June. I GUEST WITH LUNCHEONMrs. handles. Hold a few seconds-and ,
was a' business. visitor in Clewiston presto! Another secret of the movie PAINTING BODY AND < !

Thursday.Mr. Fred L. Williamson, of Fort My I A. V. Southard entertainedat star's dressing-table is nyours.r FENDER WORK .:'

ers, who lived here a few ,years ago luncheon yesterday in honor of TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY ." .a
i Blue eye-shadow is the most "
and Mrs. James W. Bruce left as manager of the Clewiston Building I I her guest, Mrs. E. J. Fallen, of ular color of the half dozen shades pop- ''
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Sunday for Danville, Va. where I and Material Company, returned Brunswick. offered this season. Done by An Expert :-;
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they were called by the serious ill- this week to reside in the Williamson -!! Guests who enjoyed the delightful Courteous Service -

:'_ ness of Mr. Bruce's brother. home, recently vacated ,by I(I luncheon were Mrs. A. H. Roberts, When shaping eyebrows with a -: ,'.
Work Guaranteed. \;
Mr. and Mrs. J. P,. Percy. Mr. Williamson Mrs. W. S. Cowart, Mrs. R. N.q tweezer, never pull hairs out -
Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs. J. W. has extensive farming interests -. Smith, Mrs.. Mark R. Lawler, Mrs.G. "against the grain." Always pluck Prices Reasonable. .
Ezelle and baby daughter were vis- near Moore Haven. C. Poole, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. each hair gently in the same dire :::;J

itors. in West Palm Beach Wednes-< V. A. Allen, Mrs: H. O. Peters, Mrs. tion in which it is growing. PIONEERService : ,1

day. Clewiston friends of Elaine Mc- i W. F. Simpson and Mrs. C. W. Mc' : ,;:

Grath, Fort Myers chamber of com- 'S Donald., COTTAGEFOR I Station :;-

Mrs. Harry Turner visited her merce secretary, regret to learn of [ BELLE GLADE PHONE 10 :w
, mother, Mrs. H. L. Delaney in La- the automobile_ accident near Dade II :MR. AND MRS. COUSE WIN I RENT I
Wrecker Service at All Hours ':
Belle a, few days the first of the City Sunday in which Mr. McGrath, HIGH SCORE HONORS AT CLUB G. L. Cantrell 2 Miles

week. his son, Ted, and his, mother, Mrs. I I A ,
I
I Bina McGrath were injured. Noneof Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson en- East of Clewiston, On .:-1

Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Williamswere the McGraths were in a serious tertained their bridge club Tuesday I ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:":":":":'.:":":":":0<( 1
guests .of Mrs. 'Williams' sister condition Mr. McGrath and Highway
although evening at their home. High score I. '- '
.Mrs. R. C. Tooke in Fort Myers his mother will be confined in the prizes went to Mr. and Mrs. J. M. EVERGLADESFUNERAL_ :: ::.

over the weekend.Mrs. Dade City hospital for a few weeks. Couse while Dr. Ezelle received con- :: -
One of the occupants of the car solation, prize. ;.:"":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;.:":":":.':":":":H:'.:, :;: .:;: ).,;

Grover Poole, Mrs. A. V. which collided with the McGrath car | Playing were:. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. .X.. New and UsedFURNITURE ..I .i..t' .:. ,,:
Southard: ; Mrs. E. 'J. Fallen and Mrs.I. was killed and two others injured.Mr. j Couse, Mr. and Mrs.Fred A. Flanders -I '!. ::: HOMELicensed is .

M. Pafford were visitors in Fort McGrath was guest speaker at, Miss Katherine Pittard and Miss!: -
Myers Tuesday. the local Kiwanis club' and and | i: :
recently Bertha Gram of Moore Haven, I
I :!: Funeral Directors :!%: ':::
is well known here. .iMr. and Mrs. K. Bowden and_. C. V. *:*
. Mrs. II. A. Bestor and Mrs. R. Y. Parkinson of, Clewiston. ... .,. :i:: and Embalmers :: :]
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Patterson and C. Joe Johnson were ? I I .:. .:. ,
LADIES CIRCLE OF ,
THE
BELIE!! GlADE ; .:. -
visitors in West Palm Beach Tues FRIENDLY BIBLE CLASS :_ .:: Ambulance Service .:. ;J
day.: THE COMMUNITY CHURCH X 'i '-.-
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_Mrs. Vincent A. Allen entertainedthe Sunday, April 14, 1935 I:;: FURNITURE COMPANY .* ..;. CLEAVISTON, PHONE 328.} ,<
Allen Henderson left Monday for v .' .. ...1.1i
members of the ladies circle of
Rev. D. Jenkins AVilliams, Minister ,
West, Plains, Missouri, where he was the Friendly Bible Class Monday af- ::;=: Belle made, !iiorfca ::_:: :.:i.: PAHOIvEE, PHONE 2301 :.!. :;

called by the, death of his father,' ternoon at her home. Work- for the 9:45 a.. m. Sunday School. Next Door To Thatre .:. IN. .:..:..N:..:NNIIN:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNNN:N;. ::,1
J. E. Henderson.
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Sunday School Nursery class had 10:45 a. in. Junior Church.

'-$ I Mrs. R. ,M. Hare left Monday for Bruce been planned was called, but away the by leader illness, Mrs.be- 6:30' hart p. m., Supt.The Pioneers, Miss Lock- .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..'-;.. I J. M.l COUSE :

@- a visit with her parents, Mr and fore the meeting. However, Mrs. Allen I 7:45 p. m. Sacrament of the Lord's ,}

Mrs. C. N. Steed in Rock Hill, South and the ladies attended spent a supper, and Public Reception of Counselor and ;\tt UWj" at L',1

Carolina. pleasant hour making scrap books I New Members. IlopkinBuiUins; .1

-- for the use of the Nursery class. I The new members are asked to \\'cllucsda3 b and Saturdays: ',,';;
Dr. and Mrs. 1). -Jenkins Williamsare !I Members attending were Mrs. C. assemble in the Sunday School room, 1 E 9:30 to 4:00 .,

attending the meeting of the W. McDonald, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, and thereafter enter the auditoriumin Treatment Explains the which marvelous Is bringing Wlllard .'
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Southwest Presbytery in Bradenton Mrs. D. Williams, Mrs. *W. F. a body. This will avoid confus- c. mon amazing-bocJ relief.: guarantt Sold Ironclad:

this week. Simpson, Mrs. G. C. Poole, Mrs. R. ion. s PRICELESS INFORMATION: CantreiFs Stock Farm .
N. Smith, Mrs. L. A. Turner Mrs. H. -for those Buffering frc: ;
:Mrs. G. B. Thomas and daughter, I O. Peters, Mrs. B. E., Herring, Mrs.A. pSpG ULCERS.STOMACH POOR OR marl Buys and Sells ';'?
:Mary Louise, Mrs. M. E. Yenawine, V. Southard St T1ON. ACID DYSPE'i _
Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Cattle Mules .
Miss Eva Mae Green and Miss Vilma I 1 SOUR STOMACH, GAS' Hogs,
Mrs. H. :;
A. were ,
King; guests Mrs. NESS HEARTBURN CC
Rhodes visitors in West Palm r Cereal TipsI STIPATION BAD BREAT
e were: Olin Carleton
/ and Mrs. E. J. Fallen. SLEEPLESSNESS OR HFA and Poultry. ::;
Beach Saturday. I By Barbara.Brooks ACHES, DUE TO EXCESS ACID ,
ACE for*fret Copy of Wlllard's Message
Richard Bestor, who,, is attending CLEARWATER VISITOR IS I are Authorised Wjl'ard! Dealers. Located 2 miles East of ClewistOJ\ -,
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the University of Florida, arrived DELIGHTFULLY ENTERTAINEDMrs. Alston Drug Co. Clewiston, Fla. on Highway.

from Gainesville Wednesday tol! -- I ,
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spend cuts, Mr.a short and vacation Mrs. H. A.with Bestor.his par- water, who is visiting' her brother I .:.....1...aiN1. .......N11. .....I...NNN.. .. ..MNia. ...iM. ..N......../111NNNNN. . .../NNN.. .. .. ......N,N...INNN.. .. .. ..NN111.. .. .............H..NNNNNN.. .. .. .. .....',

and sister-in-law. and Mrs. FredI. '

Mrs. Mary McCrone and Mrs., Hill, has been delightfully enter- .:;:. HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW is.:..

Grace Cahill, left yesterday for West tained at a series of informal part I :: WILLIAMS ICE-Q-MATZC ::
Palm Beach to make their. home, ies this. week.
the E. H., Latham company having On Tuesday Mrs. Hill entertainedat i I *: America's Most Economical Electric *

moved its office to West: Palmi:1t tea Mrs. F. D. Duff, Mrs. H. J. B. ::
:z: Refrigerator !
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Beach. Scharnberg, Mrs. Wm. H. Mills, Mrs.
k'4)tII
__ H. A. Bestor, Mrs. R. Y. Paterson, ) 1 ;:: Can be purchased with no money down and aa low as :i:

Mrs. C. F.' Goodman, Mrs. A. A. Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. W. C. Owen, .h't. ,
I month. ;
Munroe, :Mrs. R. D. Whiddon andT. Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. E. L. Stew- $7.75 per y
y
B. Shelley were visitors in Fort art, Mrs. C. L. Downs, 'Mrs. W. M. I ::: -c CLEWISTON RADIO SHOP ::
Myers Thursday. Mrs. Whiddon left Redelsheimer; Mrs. J. W. Ezelle,
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for Tampa for a ten days visit with' Mrs. R. Selee and Mrs. C. R. Byrd. "ThO you know that delicious pastry ::::I Authorized R. C. A. Victor Sales and Service y r.t1 ,

relatives. I Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer enter- *-* for pies and tarts can be made -:: Clewiston! Drug Co. Clewiston, Florida3FAMOUSMACAZINES :!:
---- tained at her attractive home for with flakes? Put 4 of corn ,
Mrs. Elbert L. Stewart returned Mrs. Mosely on Wednesday afternoon flakes corn through a food grinderusingthe cups ,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

Sunday from Tallahassee where she fine cutter. Mix with onefourthcup .-- -, -
spent ten days with her husband, Invited to meet Mrs. Moseley were sugar, one-fourth cup melted "'I'I
who is representative from Hendry Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. Wm. butter and one-half teaspoon cinna-, -

county in the legislature. Mills, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. H'I I mon.line bottom Brush pie and pan sides with butter with and the I

I L. Stewart, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, \ crumbs. When filling has been added -

Keathley Bowden left Wednesdayfor |'R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. W.. C. Prew- I bake in the usual manner. I (A List of 22 to Choose From) ,
Tallahassee, going up with a del- itt, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. W. C.I I

egation from Glades county who are Owen, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs. Her- I The next time you prepare Wal AND. r
interested in a bill before the legis- man Scharnberg, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, : dorf Salad sprinkle bran flakes over I !

lature to close Lake Okeechobee to Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. B. A. Bourne, the salad just before serving in Times
The
flakes Daily
place of nut meats. Tho bran Tampa
commercial fishing.Mr. Mrs. F. I. Hill, Miss Virginia Gallant -' to
crispness
supply an appetizing
Mrs. C. R. Byrd, Mrs. C. J. the texture of the salad, while their f
and Mrs. F. I. Hill had as i Lovvorn and Mrs. T. B. Shelley.Mrs. : nut-like flavor goes perfectly with I ONE YEAR

their guests over the week-end Mr. Deane Duff was hostess the diced apple _

V Hill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. T.yt' ., Thursday afternoon at her lovely S FOR A DOWN PAYMENT OF $1.00
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Hill and his brother, R. E. Hill of' l home on the Ridge. Invited guests : Science has shown that: the sleepof PLUS 15c WEEKLY
adults 6 cent
Clearwater. A sister, Mrs. Virginia, were Mrs. Virginia Mosely, 'Mrs. was improved per
of
dish
by eating a before-bed-time
Mosely, accompanied them and remained Fred Hill, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs.C. corn flakes and milk to stave off

for a longer_ visit. L. Downs, Mrs. Richardson Selee, hunger pangs. The sleep of childrenwas THIS OFFER OPEN TO OLD
Mrs. Herman Scharnberg, Mrs. W. improved 14 per cent by sub '
Paul and Julius R. Alston of Rich- C. Owen, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs.. stituting a supper dish of the easily I AND NEW SUBSCRIBERSSee
land, Georgia, brothers of D. G O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. Keathley Bowden digested corn flakes and mil1;:: in'

Alston and Edward Kimbrough, n]i ,' Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. W. H. place of a heavier main dish..
brother-in-law also of Rlchland,, Redolsheimer, Mrs Wm H. Mills the Regular Times Carrier or Write. Main Office

spent Tuesday night here as. 'Slepr{ \9 j Mrs T. B,' Shelley, Mrs F M, for Details

of ;Mr< and MM Dave Alston, ''Wright ttild Mrs ElbcH Steward li! YOUR suiwcmiumv: PAID?





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tr,,' j j"I \ : his home team go down In defeat, -
stopped the umpire as he was leavingthe -

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"Where's your dog?" he commanded.
t:' //4A. 4M$3ISN'T "Dog?" 'ejaculated the umpire. "I -
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.. Grandpa (reprovingly) Children she'll make several of them in different -
should be seen, not heard colors-that is, she will If

i: FINNEY OF"THE FORCE A7o'DthUe! :na ''Say It With Flowers' Jackie Grandpa-But-Tut," grandpa, tut Enough three she's very pieces clever.to the There body are of only this

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,i>i.-- -s IT ALL SEEMS VERY STRANGE'To Grandpa-Well, well-what Is it? one with the sleeves-and the front.
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_. n THREW A FLOWER AT YoU ME- WITH WHAT FORCE Jackie-It isn't anything now. Cut them out, sew them up, add
t: AMD TNTURED YoU& ON THE" JCD( HE THROW'! IT 21tit11Jju1ill n There was a caterpillar In your salad, the slimming half belt which ties

Li HEAD ? I I i I but you'\e eaten Washington! ; I'osL i i Into a perky little bow at the back,
Ji" jlj j j'jjjII//nj' MiS!\ 1 and the smart patch pockets, whip
; 'Juu I THAT DON'? Out of Sympathy"If j frills onto the sleeves and the pock-

Fr F- 1\\I\\ } JIII j ,f KsiONAJ I r&J ST there are any dumbbells In this ets or omit them altogether-and In
'IES class, please stand up now," said the less than the time it takes to tell
SIR L WENT oar LIKE"LA : professor se\erely. After a ling pause, I 1 about It you'll have one of the daintiest -
/ \ house frocks you've seen In a
P t LK5KTHONOR a lone freshman got up. I
r;, :r ) A \ 11 I "In what respect do you consider long, long time! -
b. .A lIiGO yourself a dumbbell?" asked the pro Pattern 2083 is available in sizes
k'f. t \ fessor."I 14, 1C, 18, :20: 32, 34, 30. 38, 40, 42 L
f.r f. Y/ 'I don't," replied the freshman!, "but and 44. Size 16 takes 34 yards 36 k.f'r

1 hate to see you standing all alone., "- inch fabric. Illustrated step-by-step
>,.: Capper's Weekly. sewing instructions Included.
SEND ,FIFTEEN CENTS (15c) in
itr coins or stamps (coins preferred)
;
r That's That I
for this pattern. Write plainly name,
Charwoman-What's the matter with
address, and style number. BE
:. your husbIn'. Mrs. Niggles?. I saw 'im
SURE: TO STATE SIZE.
I going to the doctor's last night.
"c Address orders to Sewing Circle
WHAT KIN l fD op A MAN i IS 'iER. Mrs. MIggles-The veins in 'is legs Pattern Department, 243 West Sev-
.. FRUO are too near each other or something.
,: "THlS I ? WHAT KIND OP- A WI AHEAD EUN RS1'AN' IT Charwomen-I've never 'eard of that enteenth street, New York City.
.-. ire ME '.VeS-r1 GA1"oN-,
FLOWER WAS I before. I
': A ;:;:- TN I' FLOWERMON ; T HIS Mrs. .Higgles-Well, dearie, the doctor GOB HUMOR
:i: : may/ :: THREW WU7. said as 'ow Vd got very close
1Is.-- [ .
""ER veins.
; HONOR \ / STILL 1 IM 1"tPOT{ I 11'WUz Curse It! Curse it!" hissed the
u t KIN 01 SAYA villain, snatching at the girl's waist.
I PLANTEP
FEW No Need: to Worry "No It ain't either!" she replied.

,i L_ WORDS ? l IN!!!.JI After some excitement the Smiths "It's a girdle.-From the U.. S. S. .
had at last managed to catch the train. West Virginia Mountaineer.Getting .
: Mrs. Smith gave a shriek.
"Oh, Harry," she said, "I forgot to Up in World
turn off the electric Iron."
"How four getting
are your sons ;
"Don't worry, darling," he replied. on?"

"Nothing will burn. ,I forgot.to turn "The youngest Is still at college,
dPTAKE off the shower bath.-Gazette (Montreal the next Is apprentice In a bank, the .

I IIIIII! ). third Is a bank cashier and the

,\ -SKIDDING eldest Schwelzer Is already Illustrierte.In America."-Zurich 1.'


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I AS THEY THINKETH"Do I "There are no wolves In the Sudan." I THAT! I

Whereupon the weary one replied: -
"Referring to my wire of yesterday,
cancel wolves."-Bystander Magazine. '

Please Write Plainly (/ r
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Customer-Why do you charge 2 I \
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cents extra for each of my cuffs? rl
Manageress' of LaundryBecauseyou
w make pencil notes on them. : I I a.
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Customer ,
-Why slruld that make
such a difference?

Manageress-The girls waste so

Humoiist much time trying to make them out. "Father, If you don't stop makingfun "Oh, well, everybody has his ups I 0
Magazine. "
of my love, 1 shall marry Mr. and downs.
Buff In spite of your protests!1" 'Dafs_ right. Just at present I'm !
Big Figures "Good That will be punishment IVetty low down, because I'm hard up." I ,.
"What Is jour boy Josh doing at enough for both of us!I" ",,-
"Do jou and your wife ever think present?" asked the neighbor. Demonstration"What

the same?" "He's studyin' astronomy," answered Sooiopolitics"Which do you Intend to say In your I ;>'
"When I'm out late at the club we do. Farmer Corntossel, "
jext speech?
She party do you favor? -asked
keeps thinking what she'll "
say "Earning anything? the lady with a note book. "I shall not try to beery explicit'
when I get home, and so do I." ,
"No. lie's
so busy with light "
years "Old-fashioned parties do not amountto in my remarks, answered Senator
that two bits don't mean a thing to much," answered Miss Cayenne. Sorghum. "I shall be proud to demo
Otherwise -
InvoicedA
as him. "But you do have 'to be a little care- onstrate that I still have enough political -
weary telegraph agent stationed ful about what political receptions you importance to command expensive
many miles from nowhere !In the Sudan No Occasion for Sympathy attend." radio time."
Africa, in y i 1
the hottest part o'f "What are your political sympathies -
summer wIred his superior officer: ?" Nothing for Nothing Wrong Job

"Please relive me, can't stay here, "I haven't any," answered the small- "Seems the girls," sighed the Old Helen-Your boy friend got fired for
am surrounded." by lions, elephants andwolves. time statesman,' "I always manage to Timer, "won't kiss an elderly coot at Inefficiency? What did he do? I s
be on the side that Is receiving con- a party" Judith-He was an_ efficiency expert
Th? officer heartlessly wired back gratulations." l "Not unless he's giving the party." I



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I Iutl.T ThuIIy Experts Seeking Means beetle kill In ponderosa pine has

BRisBANE for Control of Beetle totaled nearly 3,000,000,000 board
feet in Oregon, which 1s an annual
Western pine beetles each
destroy
average of almost 1,000,000,000 feetor
year In the pine regions of Oregon r SKIN.
THIS WEEKBusy a loss of roughly 1.2 per cent per
and Washington eight times as much .
the total
UULi1 annum against stands of
timber as do forest fires, accordingto : ponderosa pine timber. set( "-needs more
records of the United States forest than cosmetics
Extensive beetle-control
work Is be-
Dictators -_ service for the 1 five :years ending C Beauty of skin comesfromwitinWhen
HAS ing carried on by the forest servicein
FINDS POULTRY constipation
Hitler, Peace AngelLie with 1933. In the same area, clogstbepores
several areas, with the co-opera- ,.d
Test for ? PAID WELL IN PAST beetles, and windfall together destroyed with intestinal wastes.
Hauptmann tion of state foresters, private own- E CLEANSE INTERNALLY .
All Heard the MoansEurope's annually over 1,000,000,000board ers, and other agencies. The beetlesare SAMPL with Garfield
ERryrlto Tea. Helps relieve
the
feet, which is considerablymore toCO'EtpTF9
dictators borrow ideas from destroyed by peeling and burning cloggedsystemptompto -
Average of Forty-Six Centsan pine timber than is cut by the H Y. promptlymildlyeffccmely.4
.
the infested trees In the
spring
ynY
each other. :Mussolini, perhaps uncon sawmills.In I store 25c r0c
sciously, copied Ri- Hour Noted. or fall !
1031 beetles killed almost 1,000-
enzi, who ended vi
,
:; RI 000,000 feet of ponderosa pine timberin
\ olently. Hitler saw Prepared by Extension Staff, Department of
Agricultural Economics, New York State Oregon and more than 100,000,000feet
>' how well Musso College.-WNU Service. in Washington ; in 1932, 1,500- HEIP f KIDBEYSIP ;

soiled Poultry has paid relatively well on 000,000 feet in Oregon and more

farms in the past, and probably will than 1,250,000,000;:) feet in Washington. your kidneys function badly
Dolfuss tried It in continue to pay except during par- Owing to the intense cold of and you have a lame, aching ADVICE TO WOMENMrs.
Vienna ended badly back, with attacks of dizziness; '
jj ? ticularly unfavorable years, accordingto the winter of 193_-33: insect losses Annie M. Cape of
I New York state 1935 agricultural burning, scanty or too frequent a.ls. 922 B. St., Meridian Miss
for 1933. For i
fell off substantially
4 3 Kemal Pasha hast urination, getting up at night, said: "My health failed andI
outlook. the three years; ending with 1033 the swollen feet and ankles, rheumatic was just about ready to give
made a success of the past 19 the poul- up. I was too weak to do myhouscworksufferedwithpains
"During years ,pains use Doan's Pills.
it thus far in Turkey try enterprise has returned an aver Doan's are especially for poorly in my back and sides and

l throwing sul age of 40 cents an hour for the time functioning kidneys. Millions ot ';: headaches were frequent. I
Says Cardui Relieved Pain < could neither eat nor sleep
Mohammed spent on It by farmers who kept cost boxes are used every year. Theyare and my weight went downto
with the "For several years,when just a girl, recommended the country over. 120 pounds. I took Dr. Pierces Favorite
accounts In co-operation I suffered severe pain and I took Ash your neighbor! Prescription as a tonic and was soon.in tho
veils for women state college of agriculture. These Cardui then with beneficial results," best of health." All druggists.
Write Dr. Pierce's Clinic, Buffalo N. Y.,
Arthur Brlsbmc.- also. farmers are better than the average. writes Mrs. Blanche DeWitt, of Poca, Ri@b ij $ P LlS for free medical advice.,
Kemal says, "If "The poultry enterprise returned W. Va. "Later in life, I suffered
Hitler can defy the league and kick these farmers at least 30 cents for an again and sometimes would have to

over the Versailles treaty; so can I." hour of labor in all but four years of go to bed. I knew that I should take

He will fortify the Dardanelles, In the past 10. The years when they did something for this condition. Car ( "" 1 PARKER'S
this trouble that I
dui all
_, spite of the treaty that created a neutral not reach this figure were In 1917, stopped HAIR BALSAM
had been having. It regulated me Removes Dandruff.Stops Hair Falling
: zone of that water passage. 1031, 1932, and 1933." and I do not have any pain." ;'!J;. Imparts Color and

According to the outlook, farmers received Build up with the help of Carduito NI Beauty 60c and Gray Jl.00 ac and DrupgrlsU Faded,Hair
Hitler, turning with a rapidity that for eggs in October, 1934, 4 per overcome functional menstrual 1 j ONLYTUBES 'QTChem.Wkg.Putchopne.N,Y

:i.. would startle any; worm now declares cent less than they received In October pain. Thousands of women testify IN FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use in
connectionwith Parker's Balsam.Makes the
[T:' himself guardian angel of Europe, offering before the war, and feed prices In Cardui benefited them. If it does not hair soft and fluffy.60 cents by mail or at drug.
benefit YOU, consult a physician. gists.Hiscox Chemical Works P&tcbogue N.Y.
to start a world peace guaran- 1934 were 4 per cent higher than pre

teed to last 20 years. That would depend war prices. In other words, the report

on Japan and Russia. says, the purchasing power of eggs In

October, in terms of feed, was only 92
COMPLETE L11NIS or TRUCK TIRES
There is a scientific test for lying. per cent of the 1910-1914 average,

Try as he may to control himself, a which is about the same as the aver I
man: lying undergoes physical and psychological age for the first ten months of 1934. rOR IVERY TRUCRING SERVICE

changes that a certain scien- The feed situation Is said to beQeven

tific apparatus reproduces'in a "graph" less favorable in the drouth areas of AT LOWEST PRICI5JiIVING LONG

when the lying; begins. the Middle West.

Mrs.fHauptmann, her husband sen MILEAGIS AND GREATEST ECONOMY

tenced to d"ath for kidnaping Lindbergh Young Chicks May Be. Fed 1

baby; suggests that her husband Oversupply of Minerals

be subjected to the "lie test," adding, FlRESTONE: pioneered the By Gum-Dipping strandin
every
"he would be freed instantly." There such a thing as overfeedingyoung

chicks on minerals and that Is ship-by-truck movement in 1918, every cord is soaked in liquid

He could not be "freed instantly" be- Just as bad as underfeeding. The has led rubber
and since
ever consistently preventing frictionaddingextra
rather strange thing, however, Is that ., ,
cause the law does not yet recognizethe
"lie test" as conclusive; but the experiment an excessive supply of minerals manifests _' in anticipating every requirementin strength and long mileage. By
itself In much the same manneras
would be interesting. The when too little mineral matter Is the design and construction of having two extra layers of Gum-
'
framing of questions, which should be
put In fewest possible words and as supplied. A mash containing the usual truck and bus tires for every Dipped cords placed between the
of meat scraps or meat
I portant.startlingly as possible, would be Im and percentage bone meal and dry skim mill: 1:,--According -; transportation condition. To tread and cord body, it is practicalto

to tests at the Ohio experi- this Firestone has tread with higher
more
New General WiIq accomplish use a ,
i Jersey's Attorney; ment station, carries ,plenty of mineral -
entz, who' brought about the conviction, matter for chicks until they are ten consistently followed the rugged shoulders and a 'deeper
would be the frame the
man to
-" tions.- ques- weeks old.These fundamental principle of its non-skid with flatter contour.
tests are in accord with re-
sults obtained at other stations, and -foup.der-and active head, Harvey S.
Consider the principal of the Schaff may therefore be considered as quite to find thevaytobuild All this provides more rubber on
i -. Junior High school at Parma, Ohio. rich Firestone"Always
reliable. Meat are very
scraps the road
----.. giving longer wear greater
,
That principal, having decided to bea'tfive In calcium, carrying; from 20 to 25 per tires better than anyone else.
boys; caught smoking in the school cent of that element, which normally traction and quicker stops. These

building, using his microphone, orderedall makes up three quarters of the mIn- While there are many reasons two extra construction features -are
classes and all noise stopped erals in the mash of chickens. Dry
throughout the school while the five skim milk carries about 10 per cent of why Firestone Tires are safer and patented'and used only in Firestone

boys were "paddled" near the 'micro phosphorus and calcium In a very di-
more economical, there are two Tires. Take a forward step in
phone for the whole school to hear. gestible form. When one substitutespart

I The story goes, "Startled students vegetable protein for meat scrapsin reasons that stand out above all maintaining schedules and

next heard the 'Whack! Whack: !I' ofth'e the mash It is highly desirable to others. One is Gum-Dipping; and reducing operating costs. Call on
paddles and the moans of the cul- feed additional minerals, as the vegetable -
prits." proteins do not contain as much the other is two extra layers of the Firestone Service Store or

mineral matter as the animal proteins. I Gum-Dipped cords under the tread. Firestone Service Dealer today.

A girl baby two weeks old, smiling -

pretty; dressed in pink: and white, Broodiness Inherited
1Si 1
found abandoned in a New York hallway Broodiness is a very variable char C 4

s was taken to the Foundling- s.I' acter, with no "average" time of occur Ebs

I'': pital, a sort of "pound", for lost ,chil- rence. Late spring and summer are

dren.If the natural periods of broodiness but *,

a good-looking chow,' Boston bullor artificial methods of rearing have

Irish wolfhound two weeks old had made the desire to rear their young a

been found, there would be a thousand matter of uncertain occurrence, accordIng .

only too glad to take and care for It. to an authority In the Rural New-

Our alleged cousins the chimpanzeescould Yorker. The tendency to broodiness Is

hardly! believe that. to a certain extent an Inherited fac-
tor and some breeds are more inclinedto

" There are miracles of various kinds, frequent returns of that period than BALLOOH HIGH_ PRESSURE HIGH PRESSURE

-. even in healing leprosy. It can be others. Individual birds In all breeds r $35,' 70

/V- done, as the Bible shows, by super- also exhibit great differences In this
natural power. It can be done by respect. Weeding out the frequent sitters 600.20 30.5 H.D. It I 30.5 H.D.
is practiced by poultry men In order RALLOOW or,'."zls onus lazes (I llI Onlll sizes
science. Jacintho Moura '
Portuguese /AO/OtlIONATLYLOW MOIOISOHATLYLOW MOPOIDOHATILYLOW
avoid transmission of the trait. .
chemist In Rio de Janeiro, smashed a to .
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finger, and white suffering acute pain (

accidentally dipped the finger in a Caring for Young Turkeys

liquid vegetable extract that he was Equipment for caring for young tur- 6a5020 JJ Firestone Firestone Firestone

preparing. This vegetable liquid, ob- keys upon range may be very simple
tained from :'a wld Brazilian plant, and home-made. After the poults have LOW +mr GROUND GRIP TYPE OLDFIEID TYPE SENTINEL TYPE

mixed with chalmoogra oil, accordingto left their brooders at about ten weeksof sa.
Super traction tire for The tire that taught Volume production
Dr. Fernando Terra, director of the, age and are upon clean meadow or
unimproved roads. thrift to millions. tire for light trucks.<<
i Rio de Janeiro hospital, has already other land, they need only the shel-

I V cured 17 lepers. ter of a simple roof at night, and this

:I Some accidents are valuable. The posts may be and a one-pitch having roof beneath supported perches by F, ..eton 2 AUTO SUPPLIES FOR TRUCKS AND BUSES
d injured finger showed the way to an
it Important cure.Mussolini .. made from poles five or six feet from HIGH SPEED TYPE
'. the ground. Perches should'be high FIRESTONE TRUCK FIRESTONE FIRESTONE I FIRESTONE
to from small, prowling Greatest tire ever built BRAKE BLOCKS
enough protect TYPE BATTERIES HEAVY DUTY F
says "Italy offers the animals but not so high as to be like- for all-round service. and HEAVY
i world a spectacle of calm," and Unequalled for high t SPARK DUTY LINING AfJP
ly to cause injury If their occupantsare '
promptly raises his army to 660,000 and PLUGS
,
.J
speeds heavy
crowded off and fall heavily to the ;
men, promising to make It 2,000,000. hauling. ':,,. .. .
ground.-Rural New-Yorker. .
He says; "Let it be clear that our desire For quick FIRESTONE

for peace is backed by several * Listen to the starts and V RADIATOR I

..' million bayonets." That Is calm fore Poultry NotesThe featuring Voice of Fire.con.e'H. 0 Sf.

Mussolini 1934 turkey crop was about 15 Gladym Smarthout,or JVelton mileage braking ,
--- Eddy ercry Monday night "F ':' !; ... '
:;; : per cent above that for 1933. ooer N B.C.-WEAF fi'ttieorb control. i 1 i;
I Congressman Patmau, Texas Democrat e i..A Five Star Program

i puts the bonus matter In few Started chicks are chicks which have

t words. He says those that insist On been fed and watered and not more

issuing interest-bearing bonds are than thirty days old.
managing a scheme to pay "two billions .

to coupon clippers and two billions If succulent winter greens are not

to veterans." available, clover or alfalfa hay can be retone

Why make taxpayers pay the two fed In wire racks made for that pur-

billions to "bond clippers" when it IiI pose. The hens will pick off the leaves
I not necessary? and the stems can be used for litter

King Feature Syndicate, I no. or nesting material.
WNU Service. 1835, F.T. & R.Co.


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PAGE EIGHT THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 153: 1033

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to best advantage.Miss ST. MARGARET MARY'S CHURCH TT.. . TYOUR

CLEWISTON LOSES! Dorothy Drew directed the CATHOLIC HOME IS YOUR CASTLE

play, which netted about twentyseven Admit only clean, constructive news by reading

MEET dollars for the class treasury.The Father P. J. Finnegan" Pastor THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITORA
IN TRI-COUNTY
money will be used to defray: Confessions before Mass. Daily Newspaper for the Home _

expenses Incidental to the commencement Mass on Sunday Morning at 8:30, It gives all the constructive world new. but doe not exploit crime and :-..-."
scandal, Hat interesting feature pages for all the family on Women ""
BY NARROW MARGIN exercises. Mass at St. Mary's Church, Pahokpe Actvvifie., Homemaking, Gardens, Education and Book. Also pages for
The cast: at 10:30 every Sunday the Children and Young Folks Vigorous editorial and an interpretation of
flew in the "March of the Nation." Column
Richard Ford-Merrill Lowe. are of special interest to men.
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(Moore Haven Democrat) Molly, his wife,-Althea Ford. .The Christian Science Publishing Society
Robert Shepard, Molly's brother, One. Norway Street Boston Massachusetts
The Moore Haven High School Please enter m? 8ubscrlptlon to The Christian Science Monitor, for a
-Billy Cowart. No Written Constitution period of '
boys' basketball team took three One yen .' 00 Three montba $223
from their Max Morgan, Robert's chum,-- The British constitution is an unwritten Six months *iO One month UoKama.
straight, decisive games
opponents in the Tri-County League< Bobby Patterson. Indefinite body of legal 1 rules! .................................... ..............

Friday to win the tournament tro Dorothy March, Max's fiance,- and principles which me partly the 5tr.cet.............................. ..........................,................

phy while the local girls' team wal-. Florine Moore. result of Judicial decisions' and paillj Clty..............,.. ....u.._........ ..State................................
Haverhill student,-Eve- of not col
I June a act; parliament They are
loped the LaBelle girls in two ... Sample Copy on RequestAdvertising I
Hare. lected. I .
straight games to win the girls lyn ,
John Hume, a Rector,-George
tournament trophy. The games were ..
I
Bestor.
played in the local gymnasium and
were well attended. lipia\\ iiiiiiiiiiiiiii:::! iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBi IIIIIIIIIIIIIIt:' 1111 1I1IIiIPN! II'llIliji' lTPd\! \__ lllIllird il! !lllllllIillikt! -- -I ---- ,
: PATRIOTIC PROGRAM IN trj
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The :Moore Haven boys drew as ,
CHAPEL THIS MORNINGChapel ,'. !
their first opponent the strong Ah'ateam .

who, before the tournamentwere exercises this morning :- -"-;" :. -. -" :',.,. ... .' ..
win
considered the probable
week'sintensIve took on a patriotic note. After 'n
ners. Showing the effect of a ,
number of Professor
practice the local boys group songs

took an early lead and held it be- Stanley addressed the students on
hind the beautiful goal-shooting of the history of the flag and the na .Newspaper
tional anthem and the respect which
Oliver Howell who accounted for ten
should be shown to the flag and ,
:
field goals and one free throw dur- ",

ing the game. The game ended 32- song.

23 in favor of Moore Haven.
STUDENTS PLAN TRIP Is Th'eBest
fast one between -
The next. game was a
1 Clewiston and LaBelle with OVER LEVEE PROJECT _

.Clewiston holding the lead nearlyall
the way through three quarters Students in the upper grades, 6 :-. '. .
advantage to 12, are looking forward to a trip
point
only to see a seven
: last few minutes over the Lake Okeechobee project ..
: :wiped out in the >
F of play to allow LaBelle to win. next: Tuesday, when Lt. Selee and ....

. These two games were the only ones Lt. Mills will escort the group. Be- BECAUSE _.- ', '_ -, ,." ,,,,,:; : ; ,," "; ,..;lh.: .,
sides the actual levee, Drainage Cul-
played before noon.Moore Haven and I vert No. -3 at Little Bare Beach, Hur- .' i1V? :1 :
After lunch the I : ;i : :ji ,
,:. LaBelle girls took the court for I ricane Gate No. 3 at Lake Harbor : : J ; : { ?: / _

their first game. The traditional rivalry -, the suction dredge Gulfport and \

showed itself keenly in this General will be visited by the party. _
I As was the case with the trip .' ,
game but with Rosalie Thielen and I .
Genevieve Summers, forwards for through the Sugar Mill, the levee ::: : ':: : 1. Newspaper reading is a universal habit. >. ;_ I

,:, the locals throwing baskets with un-I i trip will be a part of the work of "'iI .' ". '. '. '. ; I
the English department, and all students '! '
built ;
accuracy a lead was up ?; e "
I will write an essay descriptive : "

LaBelle I of the levee work. The best essays I 2. The newspaper is eagerly welcomed into: J

/' conclusion of the game being 26- will be published in the Clewiston "
News at a later date.INNOCULATIONS the'home. -
;.. 18. i
(.. Next came the game between the

' Moore Haven and LaBelle boys, winners [ BEING
t: in their respective morning GIVEN PUPILS HEREDr. I

" games. This game was said by wit- 3. Newspapers almost without exception -.'
.: nesses to be by far the most excit- O. F. Schiffli, assisted by Mrs.

. ing of the day and the cheers oft Mildred Frison, Hendry county refuse to take advertisements from fakers dishonest I

Moore Haven cheering contingent lui'se, is giving innoculations andraccmations ,

:, threatened to cave in the sides of to all pupils whose parents I merchants unreliable firms.
the gym. The game was hard foughtb wish them to have these pre- or ,
i
throughout but the effective goal- ventive measures. I ':'

f.;'.' shooting of forwards Howell and Vaccination against smallpox, in- "

I: Moore Weeks Haven's again turned favor 27-20.the tide in noculations theria are offered.against typhoid School and authorities dip-- II -.4. The cost per prospect is less than any .

: : .
x: The losers in the two morning : are anxious that the student j t other method.
games were next matched for the bodies of the county schools have 'as : : -
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honor of meeting the Moore Haven fine a health record as possible, and -.,-'.',;,'<.:'-'.,'

team in the finals that night. This Bequest parents to see that their 'I

time the light but scrappy Clewiston children take advantage of the opportunity II : :c.- 5. Your advertisement appearing regularly tin
to be protected. against ,
?' five played a brilliant and thrilling

-": game to nose out the highly touted these: common diseases., E .
I : any newspaper of standing and prestige also
"t. Alva team by a score of 18-17.

: The first game after supper was P.-T. A. MEETING POSTPONEDThe .
:: between the Moore Haven and La- marks your business! as one of standing and'i i

!:J_, Belle girls, their second game. regular meeting date of the i

.. These two schools being the only Parent-Teacher's Association fallingon prestige.S .

ones of the four schools represented Good Friday, the meeting: will he ,
;:. in the Tri-County League to have postponed until the following Friday I-

I:, girls' teams it was decided to give in order that there will be no II''
.
: the trophy to the winner of the best conflict with church services. I'

two out of three games. The third .
INSTRUCTION ON LAKE IS .
k. game was unnecessary however, for I
MUCH ATTENTION '
f' '., the girls coasted to an easy 22-6 victory ATTRACTING IIIIIIIIIIII K\V IIIIIIIIIIIII! (?:>iIIlIIIIlIlIIII rtillillIlllll! !!. ''t.>!111I1I11I1H11 r II"III IIIIIKIIIIIIlIIIII!! lilllllillill "*i1lrlllIIIII! lti! lllillillIlill jIIIIIlIIlIIlI@ Wit'1

Hr ; and the trophy-
(Continued from page 1)
The final boys' game started with
careful: inspection. They then traveled -
interest on the part of spectators
around the completed levee to
r./ at fever-heat. Both the Moore Ha-

: ven and, Clewiston teams had plenty 31e\viston where' they had luncheon
of supporters on the side-lines and at the Tampa.Clewiston Inn and departedfor YOUR CAR SLUGGISH ?

;=';. the goal shooting ability shown by
k i: This inspection trip covered work
the Moore Haven forwards in the
:. at : Lake Okee-
being done Miami on
::' previous two games was not click-
:' chobee and around Tampa. The -
'y party
ing. The outcome was in doubt un-
state to Eau ,
:' til late in the third quarter when crossed-the' again
Gallie and continued to Jackson-
,: Roger Weeks looped a long shot
ville via the inland .
from the center of the court to give waterway.Also ( ))
here the week-
visiting over 'b
the Moore Haven lads a four point
advantage which they never relin- end to view the levee were Col. :.:
Glen E. Edgerton from the office of
quished, the score finally. ending
21-17. the chief of engineers in Washington -

R. L. Dosh, of Clewiston ref- and Colonel Creswell Garlington -
U. S. district Sa
engineer at
all and
ereed of the games was high- '
ly commended on his impartial attitude vannah. I Gp0
This marked their first visit to
and quick and accurate de-
Lake Okeechobee and both men

cisions. showed much interest in the work. I'i 1w s

SENIOR PLAY NETS Col. Warren T. Hannum, U. S. I
division engineer at New Orleans,
NEAT SUM FOR CLASS
under whose division the Jackson-

ville district office functioned until
The Senior Class play "The Elopement -
4::> Its recent change to the Norfolk division r
of Ellen" was presented by a yr
: ". high school cast in the auditorium was here Monday, stoppingover
his return from the
engin-
Tuesday evening and elicited the on -

I:.. praise of all who saw the splendid eers' convention at Miami. Colonel 1 ;, Distributor
: performance. Hannum, under whose supervisionthe
levee work around the lake
was
The students showed considerable
'talent and the plot moved along with begun, is still greatly interested .in That Good

r the ease of veteran performers. The its progress. _
, I Colonel Hannum who is well
'
Seniors were indeed proud of their l '
class. known throughout this section, has A Gulf T- :--...

, Particularly striking was the recently been summoned to the office ,'. //
c' for the last of chief 'of engineers in 'Wash-
scene act. Pepicling a Gasoline
hngton.. and Col. Francis D.Y ill b)", .. :
garden the rather inadequate
on
,; party: -
stage who has been head 6f the personnel
presented a problem tot
; those in charge of the scenery, butf department in that office will succeed M

; the effect obtained was beautiful. A him in the. New 'Orleans di- ...

e:, low white picket fence formed a trel- vision.
: lis for crimson bouganvillea Lawn fl9 otE LASOl1NE LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES

furniture and spring flowers addedto Cow. Auxiliary iNAt 6

the background against which the Gootf butter inn be mnrle from en r KttW WIRtc TCo INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR I

party dresses of th gjlrU\ showed up mlik, .'.




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