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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
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Creation Date: September 20, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
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VOLUME 9, NUMBER 36 : CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2O, 1933 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00'.A YEAR

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: II I !' FINAL SECTION OF [ Work Started On New -RECEIVERSHIP- OF I Lt. Mills Transferred To I COL. NORTH HEREON -- '.j



l ....I Sawmill At LaBelle Baton Rouge School


.!{ i RIVER WORK TO BE I :I LOCAL DRAINAGE' -- INSPECTION TOllR'

Work was started this week on Lt. W. H. Mills received notice

t i ADVERTISED OCT. 22 I mill the erection of the B.of B. the Brown large Lumber new Co.saw, DISTRICT ENDEDAt this week of his transfer to Baton OF LAKE AND ,RIVER ,

which is located just out of LaBelle Rouge La., where ho will have

Capt. Richardson Selee, in chargeof in the southeastern part of the city. a meeting Thursday: afternoon charge of R. O. T. C. work at Louis- (Sunday's Jax., Times-Union) .."

I' sub-office in When completed this saw mill between the receivers of the Clew- iana State University.Lt. .
the U. S. Engineer Reports of progress on the Lake
i I : Clewiston announced this week that will have a capacity of twenty-five iston Drainage District, Circuit' and Mrs. Mills expect to leave Okeechobee-Caloosahatchee drain-

thousand feet per day and will em- Judge Geo. W' Whitehurst and Attorney
t every effort, has ,been made to have Sunday morning by motor for their age project, which is expected to
ploy seventy-five people. With the .
Sawyer, representing the
r everything in readiness for the advertising new home. Lt. Mills has had chargeof be practically completed within an-
erection of the mill now in ?
progress
trustees of the district, the receiv-
of the work in division 8 other 18 months, were made
Mr. Brown is also building forty new i ership was abolished and affairs of work in the Clewiston Subofficeof yesterday '
of the CaloosahatcheeOkeechobeeproject
by Lieut. Col. Earl North,
which includes the river section houses which will be occupied by the district taken over by trustees, U. S. Engineers for more than a
head of the Jacksonville district, U.
his employees.The F. Deane Duff and R. Y. Patterson. '
between Lock No. 3 a few miles
i : S. Army Engineers, after returningfrom
I timber to be, cut is known as Attorney Jas. M. Couse and J. E. year.Other transfers' .
east of LaBelle to the Thompson of importancethis the first inspection of terri.
the Consolidated Timber and has
I cut-off a few miles east of Fort My- Beardsley were named by Judge week are those of E. W Digges, tory in his charge.

ers by October 22, the date set bya I twenty-eight thousand acres ofvir- Whitehurst two and a half years Associate Engineer, and Gayle Mc-
gin timber''in the one tract. It is estimated Save for one stretch on the north-
1 I ago to act as receivers for the dIstrIct
recent order for the advertising Fadden, who left this week for
that it will take about five ern shore of the lake, the levee
to start. Capt. Selee stated that he I I and the bond-holders. It ,is Ocala for service on the cross-state
I years to complete the saw milling said that the two: men made an ex- construction in Lake Okeechobee -
did not know whether or not this: i canal. Mr. Digges has had general
Mr. Brown, who will be in active and dredging in the river
order also applied to the section of I cellent record as receivers for the charge' of the entire Lake Okeechobee -
charge of operations, is saw mill should be completed /within the
a district and a large share of the
levee on the north side of the lake I project for some time and his district
man of long experience having been stated time, the engineer
,
bonded indebtedness has been
re- by'Associate
at Okeechobee City. I place 'will b e taken
I
"in the saw mill business In' Jacksonville reported. The portion on the north-
11 With the letting of this contract tired. Engineer. O. Peters Mr. McFad-
I' I II for and states ern shore of the lake has been ap-
many years
Reason for abolishing the receiv-
the entire project, as now planned, den has been in charge 'of construc-
, I that the mill will be completed and proved, but no funds have ever been
i will be under contract with the ex- ership at this time was given as a tion of the Moore Haven lock andit
II in operation within thirty days. He provided for levees there, he ex-
; ception of the Okeechobee sectionI necessary step toward securing a is believed that C. F. Trainor will
will log the mill with'a fleet of plained.
'
(- '" and if the ruling affects this section loan for re-financing the district be put in charge of that job as soon
I trucks and caterpiller tractors which Colonel North announced that I
from the Reconstruction Finance
i that also will be let on or about the as he has finished at Indiantown.
'I r0'.. same 'tiine.Two will be used in getting the logs out Corporation. Trustees of the district Other recent transfers to the within another month the Army

contracts started of the woods. believe, that the loan will be made cross-state canal job include J. F. Engineers would advertise for bidson
were.
new
Mr. Brown will move to LaBelleas within .a short time but one of the dredging Division No. 8 on the
this week on the east end of the McLure, Jr., Grover C. Poole and J.
soon as he begins the operationof project in the Caloosahatchee River
main steps to be taken before the
W.
river work. 'The MacWilliatns Dredg- Bruce and W. S. Cowart.
the milL loan may be secured is to take it which includes a section extending:
ing Company, successful bidders on
I out of receivership.If from near LaBelle to a point east of
r! Division Seven from Moore Havento : Dick Hall
'
Lock No.: 3, moved in a four-yard; N. R. S..Warns Workers the loan is granted by the RFC Speaks Fort Myers. When the award is

the rate of interest will be materially made, work on every portion of the
dragline at Lock No. 2 at Citrus
At Kiwanis
reduced and will mean a substantial MeetingThis entire project, for which funds are
Concerning Ocala CanalIn
Center the latter part of last week I
: saving to the taxpayers of the available, will be in progress, he ex- I
:1 the excavation
and on, Sunday began district. plained. I
of a by-pass around the lock on the being "Constitution Week" :

south side of the canal. Yesterday order to prevent the useless I talks' on the constitution were in'or- Dredge Ordered Here I

i another fouryard'machine started migration of labor seeking work on der at the Kiwanis meeting Wed- Already 'one of the dredges, the

'work at Citrus Center. The Spadaro the Florida Cross-State Canal, the I ST. LUCIE SPILLWAYS nesday night and Dick Hall, genial Gulfport, which has been doing levee ''r

Construction Company, contractors following statement is issued by the club member took time out from his work on the southern shore of the

v i,; for the lock and spillway structure stated headquarters of the National usual fun-loving talk to give a short lake, has completed its job there, f

I'': .to be built at Ortona, also began Re-employment Service: NEAR COMPLETIONSixteen but serious and impressive talk on and been ordered to Jacksonville to I

:I'' i work this week. They have one '1. All labor, except clerical, super- the United States Constitution.He stand by for any other assignment. I

small dragline,at work digging a bypass -, visory and technical, will be furn- spoke of the efforts that are At present, levees have been coma

I I i-, around the lock site on the. ished by the National 'Re-employ- spillways, built at the being made to change the constitu- pleted on the lower shore of LakQ 1

south side of the ,canal. Work an ment Service on receipt of requisi- mouth of washes along the St. Lucie tion at the present time and of poli- Okeechobee to a point north of Pa- I

I the west end of the river projectwas tidns from the United States Engi- canal for the purpose of preventingsoil tical salesmen to sell the people on hokee, it was reported. The levees ,

started several weeks ago by neers in charge of the canal work. being carried into the canal to the idea of writing a new constitu- are designed for protection againstthe

', the Huffman Construction Company. 2. The National Reemployment form' bars as a, hindrance to navi- tion to better fit the times. Stress-' lake waters in times of hurri- i

This is only an eight mile'section, Service can then refer: to this job gation, are expected to be' completedthe ing the principles upon which the tanes. l I

J between Thompson Cut-off and Fort ;only these persons who have been latter part of this week. The E.. foundation of our nation was' laid, The purpose of the vast drainage I
:
Myers. certified to the National Reemployment H. Latham Company, Toledo con- 'Mr. Hall asked whether or not we project,. which is being accomplished -

I The work in Division 8 will be Service by the FERA as being tracting firm, bid in this contractlast should exchange, these principles for by, personnel of the Jacksonville I

I probably the hardest piece of work eligible for work under the regula- 'October, started work about the the inferior substitutes offered by district of Army Engineers, under I

1-- as well as the most important in the tions issued by the President de- first of November and are finishingthe present day politicians, and concluded the supervision of Colonel North,

4.river section. This section includes fining certain conditions under'I I contract about seventy days by stating that the only way to is to provide 'flood control in the

most of the severe bends which are which labor may be employed on ahead of schedule. cure the depression is by raising the lake, with drainage outlets throughthe I

to be straightened out, the new any project financed in whole'or in sixteen morale of the American people by a Caloosahatchee River and St. ;
The concrete structuresare
. II!: route' cutting straight across count part by the Emergency Relief Ap- built over a distance of about return to the conservative govern- Lucie Canal.

''l :, try in some places but following as propriation Act' of 1935. '' ment of our forefathers. aid
incidental
will be
'
twenty miles between 'Lake Okee- 'There an
nearly as possible the present route Following Mr. Hall's talk it was
3. From the facts stated in the completion
with the
t chobee and Lock No. 2 and vary in to navigation
i of the river., Here in this crooked '" moved, seconded, and carried that
paragraph numbered 1 It. follows
width from 13 feet to 150 feet. Six of the project, the district engineer I
section of the Caloosahatchee, flood I' the secretary instructed to writea I
that the National ReemploymentService of them 'are' located on the north explained. Craft will be able to
'j waters have for many years been impounded -I can letter of appreciation to GroverC.
furnish
only such labor from
t bank of the canal and ten on the navigate an eight-foot depth
for weeks_.where a straight I Poole, recently transferred by
as is r the Fort
r requisitioned by Engineers. south. Cost of the entire projectwas Jacksonville to the Gulf below
river' bed would have carried the the U. S. Engineers to Ocala, for
'I ,
4. Except labor in clerical
,, employed about $425.001.The Myers without going outside, ac-
water off rapidly. The straightening the excellent work did while
and -technical hey who -
supervisory
capacities original plans for the 'structures cording to Colonel North, explained
I ; of the canal is expected to provide I serving as a member of the Clewid-' i
'I no labor will be hired at I!1 were returned with a few minor how boats could follow the

Y; much better, drainage for Lake {(, the site of the 'work. 'It will, there-1.! changes. As the fundamental idea ton Kiwanis Club. During the year intra-costal canal to St. Lucie Inlet,

i Okeechobee and the entire Caloosa- fore, be useless for who he spent as chairman of the pro- and
anyone has j I'is to keep silt from being deposited' thence i into Lake Okeechobee

I hatchee Valley.CARLSON j not been referred by an office of the'1''Jn, the channel the structures are gram committee the programs were the Caloosahatchee River down to
r I r varied and interesting and he hasj,
I : MEMORIAL: SERVICES I j i National Re-employment Service to .i so designed as to retard the flow 'I the southern terminus.
most
been regarded as one of the
II HELD OX SUNDAY MORNING !'i! apply for work at the canal site. I I''of water and cause the heavy silt i i Plans Another Trip \
capable men ever to serve in this
This
statement is issued in view
3 deposits to be made far back as possible -
Colonel North,
i On the recent trip,
If j r very impressive memorial serv- of the fact that many men have J i the design of the structures capacity here. :
A,
I W. L. Beacom, principal of the and his assistant, Capt. Peter
was held at the First Methodist j I travelled considerable distances, on being such as to lead to the belief
that barges were
Clewiston school will be the guest:j I Feringa, discovered
their initiative in the of
own hope
last 'Sunday morning for that very little material will be deposited the Caloosahat-
speaker at the next meeting on carrying citrus ont
and Mrs. R. Carlson, the form- finding work on the canal, thus against the spillways them- i
chee from Alva south to Fort :Myers,
Wednesday night of next week.
' I entailing loss of time and money.'
! and wife of the Methodist selves.
that point
i for transportation from
of LaBelle, who lost their Under the regulations these men .
II General design of one of these rail :
in the hurricane at Matecumbe could not. be employed. Not only, did School Board Holds by
is flat concrete approachslab
spillways a .
the men themselves lose time and'! The two Army Engineers were \

I money, but unnecessary confusion on the landward side of the Regular Meeting HereThe met by Capt. Richardson Selee, in
service was opened by a prc- :
structure. At the canal end of this I
was created at the canal site and at II charge of work in the Lake Okee-
,
"The Chapel by the Sea, play- I slab is the "crest" or the actual II I
I I chobee area. They were absent from
the office of the National Reemployment -
the piano by George Wood,
en
Service in Ocala. barrier over which the water must county school board held I Jacksonville for several days making -
which Rev. Henry W. Black- flow. This is built in triangular '
a their Sat .
I regular monthly meeting the inspection.Sometime
I presiding elder of Lakeland,
'
shape with the longer slope toward
urday at 2:00 in the auditorium of
this week, Colonel
the Scripture reading and a Miami Canal To Be the canal. From each end of the Clewiston
the High School with alII
i North expects to inspect the remainder -
The hymn, "Son of My Soul", I crest a straight reinforced concrete i iI I

sung by the group, followed by I! Cleared Of wall runs out to higher land or to members present. I of his district, proceeding
Hyacinths I
for the
5&A 1 Work discussed was greater -'from here to Tampa across the
led the
by Rev C. T. Howes,
point not 'affected by the wash.
I a I
part routine work, the most important -
{ southern part of the state to West
of the Groveland Methodist
I crest
Both of theso walls and the

Rev. M. D. Jackson, pastor I!' In the list of WPA projects approved are embedded into the ground four, tion of Mrs.happening Carl E.being Beckemeyer the resigna-, of !}(]j ville.Palm Beach for return to Jackson-

the LaBelle Baptist Church, gave yesterday totalling more of sheet ,piling
feet and rest on a row LaBelle to the board
as secretary I
Scripture reading.;' Tributes to i than half a million dollars worth of which should effectually pre
i and the appointment of S. A. Graves, ARM BADLY CUT WHILE AT
and Mrs. Carlson were given 1! work in the state, was a project for vent water from cutting under the
a former acting post-master of La- WORK IX CHURCH BELFRY
: Rev. Blackburn, Rev. Harvey the removal of hyacinths from the structure. Two concrete side walls : I
Belle to take her place. The secretary -
of Lakeland, and Rev. Har- I' Miami Canal from Miami to the are built perpendicular to the retaining -
acts in the absence of County
Waller, of Coral Gables. Rev. I Lake and from the Boles Canal walls and slope with the Superintendent Stallings, whose Sydney Hoover received a severe

told of the work Rev. Carl- which runs between the Miami and structure toward the canal, foldingover health makes it difficult for gash in his left arm which required

I had been doing in Matecumbe \ North New River canals a few miles at the ends' like a fan to per- poor him to appear at the board meet- several stitches to close while at '

how' cheerful and encouraged '|back from the Lake.: mit the water to spread. Thirty feet work on the bell clapper in the bel-
ings.It
'. Carlson was with the work. i I' $6,495 will be spent by the gov- 'of rip-rap is placed at the mouth was also decided by the boardto fry of the Catholic church last Sunday -
; -
ernment on this work with the spon- of each 'structure. Thickness of the morning. .
install several' pieces of play
hymn, "Wlhen They Ring the sor's contribution being only $150, concrete, all of which is heavily reinforced the Harlem Something had gone wrong with
,ground equipment at
I < Bells for You and Me," was according to daily press stories. ,. varies from two to four colored school which starts its term the bell which prevented its being I

1 "\ sung by a quartet composed of Carl For years the Boles canal ,has I feet depending on the amount of rung and Mr. Hoover weat up to

r II '- Bekemeyer, Dennis Small, Art R rck- been completely clogged with hya- I strain at each point.In on October 7. I see what was wrong. He had fin-

; werdt and Huston Stewart, with cinths and only a few miles of the addition to the concrete work, ._. fished' his work, when a pane of

]' George Wood at the piano. After :, Miami canal have been navigable due rdams have been constructed at the glass dropped out of a sky-light anda

, II the group singing of the hymn, "Je- to the great mass of this greatest of mouth of some of the smaller washes version ditches, having been built. large sliver of glass penetratedthe

1 sus, Savior Pilot Me," a closing j all Everglades plant nuisances. f es made of sheet piling face, and Officials state that between $50- forearm. At least that's Sydney's

,I' prayer was given by Rev. James 'Cleaning of the 'canal will not only earth embankment covered with, rip 000 and $60,000 annually has been story And he's sticking to it consist-

Lyman, assistant pastor of the La- allow navigation on the two canals rap. The water from these dammed spent to remove sand bars from the ently In spite of efforts of fellow

j: '. Belle Methodist Church. ,but will also help to insure better'I washes is diverted to the nearest St. Lucie and this saving will pay workmen in the U. S.: Engineer

Hendry County News,l drainage. 'I spillway, more than five miles of di- (Continued on Page 8) drafting room to make him change.









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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1935 ...

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Norris and Mullen in Row

I About Power Plants SUGAR FROM WOOD

BRISBANETHIS 11J1mlml b 'ThH' : SENATOR GEORGE NORRIS of been Raw sugar made from wood hat

and Arthur F. Mullen, planned for production on a

I former Democratic national commit- large scale in Sweden. The sugar,

WEEK \ teeman for that state, are engaged in however, is not for human consumption ,

,a warm dispute that may cause con- but for use as, feed for cattle, 't.\

Hllif JW: siderable embarrassment for President for alcohol distillation and also as

How Will Mussolini Fight? Roosevelt, friend of both men. Mullen a material for making yeast This

Airfields and Live WiresA I carried to the White House a hot pro- wood sugar is a timely source of alcohol -

as Swedish laws make it Compulsory -
test against a $20,000,000 power proj-
Teapot Tempest:; .' Edwar Pickard ect which is sponsored by Norris. He that all imported gasolinefor
By
Will Eugenists Explain? is attorney for two $7,000,000 power use In motor cars be mixed with

Mussolini fought In the big war as "(0 Western Newspaper Union plants which already have been, approved alcohol In the proportion of threeto

a simple soldier In the trenches was I by the PWA, and he asserts one.

badly wounded saw American Company Given which would be a terrific blow to the there Is no field for the enormous

the horrors of war duce., The British admiralty sent its I amount of electrical energy that wouldbe

from the bottom. Great Ethiopian Grant I powerful Mediterranean fleet eastward developed by the three projects,

;?: Now. In command FIVE days before the, meeting of I toward the Suez canal and strength- and probably not enough water for all

he will see League of Nations council to I ened its garrison at :Malta. of them.

consider the It Jo- thiopJal1 quarrel Mussolini went ahead with his war
war from the top. I The first project approved by PWA

How will he manage Emperor Katie Selassie rook a' step preparations, seemingly unconcernprl was at Columbus, Neb., 80 miles west

It? Dispatchessay that may complicate I by all the opposition he has aroused.In of Omaha, and situated on the Loupe

he must do matters tremendously.The I the military maneuvers he was con- river. The second was on the Platte

SinA Z baIt something In a "king of kings" ducting near Bolzano live ammunitionwas river, 150 miles farther tvest, at Sutherland -

"quick drive arid signed' I and sealed a used In the artillery firing, and Neb. Both were approved In

make big gains" before document turning over one soldier was killed and two wounded the fall of 1933. In addition to the 1 1
to American interests by shell fragments. In a' fiery
the rainy season original grants and loans approximating -

returns seven I sweeping concessions'for speech to the soldiers, with King Victor $15,000,000, there was added an

months hence.Mussolini's r. the'development Emmanuel standing beside him, allocation of $2,500,000 later.
I of oil, mineral andother the duce shouted: '
drivIng I In the rivalry between these two
natural rr- "The world must know once again Wild Trees Give Rubber
power and ef- projects the same argument about the
Arthur BrUlun< sources In more than that while there is talk so absurd and' About 2 per cent, of the world
fidency that have shortage of water was used, and Mul-
half his The of (sanctions) crude rubber is
kingdom. provocative penalties supply taken from
transformed the fever-breeding IVn- ,. len was criticized for acting as attor- '
.v. ;;-- charter was grantedFlalle we will not give up a single soldier; a : wild trees.
tine marshes Into homes for Italian ney for both.
"
to the African Explor- single sailor, a single aviator.
families, should need no "seven Selassle
%at'ion and Development
months" to produce results In' Abyssinia. Report That Lindbergh BabyIs
corporation, and runs for 75 years. It Act
I Neutrality Signed
The thing to do is to concen- Still Positive Relief
was obtained bj F. W. Rlckett an LivingATTORNEYS
trate on the "Conquering Lion of by President Roosevelt
English promoter, representing the for Richard Bruno
Judah," otherwise the Negus, or "Pow
ROOSEVELT signed
corporation, and the transaction was. PRESIDENT plan to seek a new
er of Trinity. Col- the congressional resolution of neu- and for MALARIA !
witnessed by Everett Andrews trial for the convicted kidnaper

son, American financial adviser to the trality, announcing that he approvedit slayer of Col. Charles A.. Lindbergh's
Make It clear that modern waremeans because it is "Intended as an expression -
first-born son on the ground'that the Sure End
emperor. to Chills tj.
"the ruler of the country first, of the fixed desire of the .
The'emperor himself said the con- child still lives and that they can produce -
the little people afterward, and war cession was given to Standard Oil, but .people of the United States to avoid him In court. and Fever!
will not last long; The "ConqueringLion"
officials of Standard Oil of New Jersey any action which might involve us in The boy, five years and six monthsold Here's real relief for Malaria-

has expressed willingness, al- and other Standard Oil units flatly war." and "the Image of the Lindbergh Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic I
most eagerness, to die for his country, However he made plain his objec- Quickly it the chills
declared they had no knowledge of or baby," la said to be In custody of a stops and fever
but that must not be taken too lit of the and restores
tion to the Inflexible provisions your body to comfort.
Interest in the grant. The companywas Flushing (L. I.) family, which took
erally. act, saying it was conceivable that Many remedies will merely alleviate the
the and
Incorporated In Delaware by him from an orphanage adoptedhim.
situations might arise In which these symptoms of Malaria temporarily, but
United States Corporation companyof Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic all the
Near Burbank Calif., a plane New York. might have "exactly the opposite effect goes
way and completely rids systemof
your
crashes. Three occupants, two pilots from that which was intended." The
The governments of Great Britain, Stock Raisers Urge That the infection.
; and a stewardess burn to death after France and Italy were much stirredby resolution calls upon the President to Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is a real

striking a live wire. this development. The British place an embargo on the export of Tariffs Be Maintained corrective of Malaria because it containstwo

l It has been said, "Alcohol and gasoline government formally "advised" the "arms, ammunitions and Implementsof BECAUSE of the possibility of a things. First, tasteless quinine which

;', do not mix well." meaning that emperor to "withhold" the concession, war" to all belligerents in the eventof Increase In the Importa- kills the Malarial infection in the blood.

.' men shonld not drive when drunk. asserting that it considered this a war, and creates a national mu- tion of live stock and Its products, an Second, tonic iron which helps overcome
nitions control board. The applicationof than 300- the ravages of the chills and fever and
In the ol' more
: appeal name
matter for consultations between the
Air fields and live wires do not mix fortifies against further attack.Play safe! I
i.. English French and Italian govern- the arms embargo lasts only until 000 farmers and ranchmen, membersand .
[ well either. The Department of Com Take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It

" merce, ruling aviation and exercising; ments. The emperor In an interview March 1, 193G. patrons of the National Live now comes in two sizes-SOc and $1.The f',

F' admirable rules, might include among; declared, he did not see why a concession Stock Marketing association, was sent $1 size contains 2/2 times as much as the

c the latter a rule against exposed live granted to Americans should Huey Long's DictatorshipDue to President Roosevelt urging that SOc size and gives you 25% more for your

wires near air fields. create international complications or for Investigation present tariffs and sanitary restric- money.Get bottle todayat drugstore.

involve the treaty which the three tions on animals, meats, lard, and
,f'', HUEY LONG crowed a
There Is an unnecessary fuss abouts nations named signed in 1900. That' SENATOR the success of his one- similar products be maintained. Beautiful Thoughts
of Influence" In In a telegram, signed by Charles A.
American business men having secured pact creates "spheres man filibuster which killed the third Beautiful thoughts are gifts ol

: In Abyssinia rights to develop oil and Ethiopia but never was recognized by deficiency appropriation bill, but he Ewing, president of the co-operative Heaven to be treasured In the quiet
F association the chief executive was
the Ethiopian government."As ,
mineral wealth. An American should didn't add to his popu- hours.
a sovereign state we have the told that any concessions In the way
i, be able to go shopping ,at his own larity among the peo-
r. risk and on his own responsibility, right to do anything we please in our ple who looked for- of lower tariffs and the removal of

l wherever he chooses, as Englishmendo 'own territory," said Haile Selassie. ward for help from the embargos preventing diseased foreign
;. 'The United States is not a party to animals from entering this country
' without having the State department agencies that are now p
the 1900 treaty In which England, would further cripple the live stock
;, indulge in "fits. hampered by the fail-
France and Italy merely pledge themselves Industry, and tend to defeat the recovery '
> If one of the great American organizations ure of the measure.
' to do nothing to encroach on program.
:, Standard 011,\ Du Pont or Besides that, it is now otas
the interests of others. This is One of
'. another, undertakes to do business in admitted that his filibuster -

;. Ethiopia, It will not ask Uncle. Sam tn the reasons; I gave the concession to rescued the Queen Astrid of Belgium
Standard Oil. As the is already -
agreement
n": send over any of "our boys" to shod Democratic house leaders Killed in Auto Crash 0
signed, sealed, and delivered, I
l their from a tight placein
blood.
,' recalled, ....,.. down by deep grief, the Bel
: do not see how it can be the' matter of the -'''''''-" BOWED

4,' if such a thing Is suggested by the cotton and wheat W.LGranfieldloans. people laic to rest their be- Eternity
Strange sight In New York
a court
British government." loved queen, Astrid, who was killed
" Still further It that Eternity is not a very, very lOll;
-one boy, nine years old, accused of appears Lucerne Switzerland when the
near ,
;,. It would seem that this action by Huey's domination of Louisiana Is time, but the absence of time.
killing a, girl by hitting her on the go- automobile driven by King Leopold
<: head with a stone because she denied the emperor has forestalled MussoIni's Ing to be investigated by a congres- swerved from the road and dashed
intentions to seize and develop sional committee. That committee
his assertion that he could eat more prob- against a tree. Astrid's skull was
: the natural resources of Ethiopia, ably will beheaded by Representative Laxative combinationfolks
:', peaches than,she could. Another little : crushed and she died almost ImmedI-
boy of twelve, also killer of a playmate though Rickett said he felt there was William L. Granfield of Massachusetts, ately in the arms of her husband, who know is trustworthyThe
of room for the duce In the
"plenty for he was the author of the elections
appeared In the court.
same
was cut painfuily by the smashed
general exploitation of such a hospitable investigation bill, which was found to confidence thousands of parents havein
The nine-year-old boy seemed quite windshield.The good, old reliable, powdered Thedford's
land as Ethiopia without resorting -
contain a little "joker. This joker
Black-Draught, has prompted them to get
taken back to
unconcerned
except that he thought queen's body,
to force of arms. In Rome gives the committee such wide powers the new Syrup of Black-Draught for their
his dog, "Lucky," would be lonesome Brussels, was taken to the cathedral of children. The grown folks stick to the
itt was unofficially asserted that the that it can probe Inter all the facts con- the
powdered Black-Draught: youngsters
without him.Prosecuting. St. Gudule for the funeral ceremony
concession would not alter Italy's military cerning Long's complete control of elec- probably will/ prefer it when they outgrow
:': authorities the time and then was Interred in the royal. their childish love of sweets. Mrs. C. W.
accuse program and that for the tion affairs in his state and the meth-
Adams of Murray. Ky.. writes: "I have
at Laeken, where lie the remainsof
,':- nine-year-old boy of murder, hut hang- she may welcome commercial enter- ods by which he has attained to the crypt used Thedford's Black-Draught (powder)
the late King Albert., The services about thirteen taking it for bilious-
Ing or drawing and quartering for children prises of a neutral character undertaken position of a dictator there. years
Black-Draught acts well and I am
simple in accord with the char- ness.
are part of the past. in Ethiopia because the job of were always pleased with the results. I wanteda
acters of Astrid and Leopold. good, reliable laxative for children.
. Will stirpiculturists and eugenists exploitation: there is so vast and com Russia Warned About my
Again Astrid, a princess of Sweden, became I have found Syrup of Black-Draught to
.-t explain these youthful crime phenomena plex. be just that."
in 1926 when he
Communist ActivitiesRUSSIA.'S the wife of Leopold
?
I'. was the duke of Brabant, and the mar- BLACK-DRAUGHT
reply in America's protest
Premier Laval Ready to love match. She
genuine
riage was a
San Francisco, as old in the mindsof the subversive plotting of
Jump[ Either Way Immediately endeared herself to the
the Communists in Soviet territorywas
Americans as the word "C lifor-
nia" itself, is cheerful. The great PIERRE LAVAL, French premier, a rejection and a coltfry worded people of Belgium. Three children were ECZEMA ITCHING

bridge that will unite San Franciscoto to Geneva for the league re-assertion of the old and more than born to her and Leopold.

Oakland across the bay Is council session with full power to act'' dubious position that the :Moscow Quickly soothe burning

ing rapidly. And the suspension progress-bridge as he saw fit in the Italo-Ethioplan government is not and cannot be held King George's Third Son torment and promote healing. ofIrritated ,

is already stretching Its spiderweb affair, the cabinet havIng responsible for the doings of the Com- Engaged to MarryKING skin iuUh-

' \, cables the Golden Gate authorized him to munist Internationale. This was con-
across where GEORGE of Great Britain ResinolKidney '
",' sanctions sidered for four days by official Wash- 1
the- Pacific. ocean comes rushing in oppose ounced the engagement of the :
Italy if he believed and then it was decided to let
to the bay.Thanks against ington duke of Gloucester, his third son to
that wise, or to the matter 'drop with another and
to good management and an Lady Alice Montagu-Dougles-Scott.
to persuade the milder warning. The new note
try rather
excellent engineer Mr. Strauss, this "The duke Is thirty-five years old and
council to regard Mussolini's Moscow said : 0 0 0
sent to
Golden Gate bridge, with' its magnificent is the soldier of the royal family.
contemplated "If the Soviet government pursuesa Alice who is thirty-three, traces
span of more than 4,000 feet Lady Poisons
Invasion of the African of permitting activities on
policy
will be finished on time and' for less her descent from a natural son of
,empire as a its territory involving Interferencewith The date for the weddinghas
than the, $35,000,000 guaranteed as Charles II.
"colonial expedition" the internal affairs of the United you suffer burning, scanty or
maximum price. not been set. DO
rather than a war. States, Instead of 'preventing such With his brother's marriage the oo frequent urination;backache,

Laval's firm Intention activities, as its written pledge pro prince of Wales headache dizziness, swollen feet and
England wants with forty-one-year-old
no war, Premier Laval
pros was to keep the vides, the friendly and official rela- theIbg's ankles? Are tired nervousfeelall
perity returning, and spoils of the, big will be the last bachelor among you ,
friendshIp of both Italy and Great tions between the two countries can' and don't know what is
war not yet d ested. But sons. unstrung
; the
; wing
Britain if possible. For a time it was not but be seriously impaired." ?
feathers of the wrong
peace angel must trem- thought that, if he couldn't do this,
ble at sight of British and Italian J. A. Moffett Resigns As Then give some thought to your
:ie would stand with Italy, but laterIt Ickes Killedin
Mrs. Harold
fleets in the Mediterranean, near' the Chief kidneys.Be sure they function properly -
; appeared more likely that if It came Federal Housing
mouth of the Suez canal. Automobile Accident for functional kidney disorder
per-
to a showdown he would sacrifice Ital- A. MOFFETT has resigned .

If Britain tries to close that canalto ian friendship for British. Herriot M ItS ANNA WILMARTH ICKES JAMES housing commissioner, mits excess waste to stay in the blood, l

Italy, leaving thousands of Italian and some other members of the cab- wife of Secretary of the Interior carrying out his long-expressed desireto and to poison and upset the whole .

soldiers cut off from their base -and inet were reported to be in favor of Harold Ickes, was killed when 'an automobile return to private business. It was system. / /

from food supplies, there will probably sanctions. In which she and three presumed in Washington that he wouldbe Use Doan's Pills. Doan's are for the

be some heavy gunfire.It Dispatches from London said it was friends were riding was overturnedIn succeeded by Stewart McDonald.In kidneys only. They are recommendedthe

rumored that the British governmentwas a ditch at Velarde, N. M. Mrs. Genevieve -' his letter of resignation Mr. Mof- world over. You can get the gen-

seems unlikely that devotion to ready to announce, on the day Forbes Herrick, well-known fett told the President that, despite necessary uine time-tested Doan's at
drug
Ethiopia, even though her governmentbe :Mussolini starts war on Ethiopia, thatit newspaper ,writer; Ibrahim Seyfullah, delays In getting the housing any

a m 'D-.vjer of the League of Na- is no longer Interested in maintaining secretary of the Turkish embassy in program under way, the, housing admin- store.

tions, could persuade the British to the balance of power In Europe. Washington, and .Frank Allen of Gal istration was Insuring construction: and

force war at this moment This would mean It would not Inter- lup N. M., the driver, were severely repair loans at the rate of $00,000,000 t

Col the Features Syndicate, Inc. fere if Hitler decided to grab Austria, Injured. Allen died later.. a month.

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1 : a__________ _____ ________ IMPROVED Popular Handbag FLAWS:. IN BEAUTY ulance, jealousy, avarice, etc. There

UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL are homely faces that are so radiant

Let Our Motto Be Easy to CrochetBy ARE NOT ALWAYS with a glow of Inner beauty that

I GOOD HEALTH 1 FAULT OF MAKEUPThere nothing but loveliness Is noticed. In

SUNDAY each instance the persons have In a
J$.i BY DR. LLOYD ARNOLD Lesson GRANDMOTHER CLARK way attained what
they wanted-
.', Professor of Bacteriology and Preventive '1- ,are two totally different
Medicine,University of Illinois. D. D., artifice has done what It could In
By REV. P. B. FITZWATER. types of blemishes for which -
; College of Medicine. I IJ Member of Faculty :Moody Bible persons the first instance, to eradicate blem-
{ Institute of Chicago r-- themselves are responsible and
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J I Western Newspaper Union. which disturb them according to ishes, and to beautify. Fineness of

s... ;',' WHEN HOUSEHOLD PETS BECOME : their points of view. No referenceIs character, In the second Instance, l
]has wrought its marvelous
r power !
PESTS
made to physical defects or men-
,
Lesson for 22
September and transmuted
tal maladies over which persons a homely face'- into a i
thing of beauty.
I Man's fondness for pets Is some- I have no apparent control, but to

times detrimental, to his health. Rabies JAMES (A GREAT CHRISTIAN flaws in beauty; either of appearanceor Bell Syndicate.-WXU Service,

I 1 or hydrophobia is. LEADER) !/3# of character.

Selling of Wives Shown t
a disease commu LESSON TEXT-Acts 15:1-21: James Some persons are absorbed in making How wives were sold will be shownin
to by
nicated man 1:1-17. themselves hand-
physically
this year's pageant in Wakefield
the bite of a dog. GOLDEN TEXT-Blessed Is the man some, and If ,
are .distraught
Rabies would be that endureth temptation; for when he any England. It is said that in the West

j hath been approved, he shall receive slightest blemishes occur in their Riding district It was once commonly
did
!\ rare if man the crown of life which the Lord, prom iy? ry ; make-ups, their oiffures, or their believed that wife selling to the
not tame a mem- ised to them that love hlm.-James 1:12. n1 1{ i costumes. They are blind to blem-
: 7 highest bidder In the market'place
ber of the wolf PRIMARY TOPIC-What James, Tells 1 ishes in their actions ,
I seeming to be-
was legal. The last
family and keep it Us to Do.JUNIOR. recorded sale
lieve that
constantly at his TOPIC-James' Motto for ___". what pleases the eye diverts was on September 13, 1814, when I.

Juniors.INTERMEDIATE. attention from lack of breeding, William Ileslara of Thornhill :
side. Psittacosis, orpart'ot No doubt our readers have noticedhe which brought
AND SENIOR TOP be
may a glaring fault.: As a his wife with halter '
r a around herneck
fever, trans IC-How to Meet Life's Tests. popularity of crocheted handbags. matter of fact unless looks
good and
and sold her for
mitted from a sick YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP They are easy to make, cost very the equivalentof
good
L. Is IC-The Message of James for Today manners go together, appear- 125. It is also recorded that she
parrot to man, little and make a smart accessory to !
another example of any outfit. ances strike a false note, merely accenting and her purchaser lived contentedly. ;
blemishes that
I ,j! a pet's ailment that can be .fatal to Three Individuals by the name of This bag is made of cream' color of they believeare i}
no importance to others, since
d Its master or mistress. But unlikethe James are mentioned in the New Tes- crochet cotton in the attractive waffle ,
they evidently are not to themselv6s.:
!
mad dog, the sick parrot is not tament. In all probability this James weave stitch and measures 5% by 9 -An unwise .. 1

aggressive and hence is not so dan- was the brother of the Lord and the inches when finished. conclusion e

I writer of the Epistle which bears his Another group of persons give
gerous. Package No. 40S contains sufficient
name. precedent to words and acts. Blem-
A disease of parrots In which the Mountain Craft crochet cotton to '
Church ishes of character are their concern,
I. James a'
at
birds, are In a stupor, are weak and Presiding complete the bag. also one pair of whether they 'are 'in themselves

I/ have diarrhea is an old observation, Council (Acts 15 :1-21). bag handles and Instructions. The discerned In or 300 Candle-

but the first recognized Instance of 1. The controversy in the church at bag can be made up in about two others. Occasionally power "Live"Pressure 1 !

I this disease being. transmitted to man Antioch (vv. 1-5)), A most difficult'' days and this package will be mailedto one finds a disregard of personal Li9h} \

.... /;. was in Europe. problem confronted the church, threat- you upon receipt of 40 cents. If I. beauty noticeable in individuals in TillS two-mantle I:
the group, but more often a normal Kero- :
ening its disruption Into a Jewish and
'
} want Illustration and Instruc- sene Mantle lamp ; '
Professor: Nocard of Paris about Gentile division. It was not a ques- you, I :attention is paid to attire, althoughit burns 96i air and !
tions send 10 cents.
l',- '. 1879 found that this disease in parrots tion of the admission of the Gentiles only I occupies a secondary place. Fortunately 4% kerosene (coal

': was caused by a germ ver.' similar to Into the church. That had been set- Address Home Craft Co., Dept. B, the faces of persons who oil). produces It's a pressure 300 candlepower ]lampthat MODEL I

:, the germs which cause diarrhea in man. Nineteenth and St. Louis Ave., St. 'are seeking to instill beauty or of "live", eye- Mo. 129 r
0;" This tled some years before when Peter received saving brilliance...gives I
germ belongs to a family of bacteria Louis Mo. Send stamped addressed
,
". Cornelius and his household. character into thoughts and actions more and better light at
) which is and I
:. f. widespread in nature envelope for reply when writing for less cost. A worthy companion -
reflect these mental t
and
'e : ; spiritual
; causes diarrhea in many animals. The question now was, on what ground to tho famous
:
information. Q
I
could they be received? Should Gen- any traits. Lovely expressions surpass Coleman Gasoline Pressure
"- Parrot fever was little known In I Lamps. Safe...the t
.; the United States until the fall of tile believers be required to keep the I beauty treatments in transformingfaces faelfonntismadeof t
Spank Images of Gods and making them' fair to look and ...aoglass break. Clean..nogreasywickstotrimnoemokychimneyatowash.
Mosaic
1929, when several cases appeared law: as a condition of salvation Finished in two-
? In order to settle the matter, After a typhoon at Hongkong, upon. tone Indian Bronze with attractive Parchment Shade. I
along the Atlantic seaboard. The cases
Paul and Barnabas.. China Chinese took images of II There faces that SEE YOUR LOCAL DEALER-or write
Jeru-
; grew into 'a mild epidemic and ap- were sent. to many are pretty are us for Free Descriptive Literature.
.
.-', peared In 45 different places throughout. salem for the decision of the mother their gods down to the wrecked waterfront repellant because they betray blem- THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO. I
Dept,WU142.Wichita Kans Los Angeles, Calif.;
\ church.II. and spanked them. ishes of character such
as petGET 111. Philadelphia,Pa.
; the country. In all, there were 1C9! I Chicago ; (5142)

cases reported, of which 33 resulted The Deliberation of the Council

c .,.. fatally. The infections were definitely (vv. G-21).

Associated with direct contact with 1. Peter speaks (vv. 6-11). He argued -

birds that had been imported into that God had borne witness to

New York during November and December theacceptance of the Gentiles by giving .'. : :::d': :':'} <... : : : {: II
O"\Ute j
: :.: c ; :
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the Holy Spirit to them unto the \ \ ar":'. ,' ..N : 4 a: : :: :::
of 1929, and then shipped to as a \: : ; ::; ..: ..: ':: : :,: = aaa: '" '.' 'I'Jrn(: o
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other places. Jews. Since God had not put a difference \ : : ,:

It would be folly for them to
The time elapsing between contact
do so.
f with the sick parrot and the onset
2. Paul and Barnabas rehearsed their
,I, if the disease is given as six to fifteen

-' days. The disease in man runs a experience! (v. 12)). They told how that ...s !

'. God had set his seal of'approval on
: \ course similar to influenza or typhoid f
I ....'-.... .::..1:- fever. Sometimes tile disease processes the preaching of salvation by grace HEY, VOU/ our OP .' GRAB A STICK AND wNY, tJIMM WHAt 5 ;<;> .:>:: : ;>a >

I are mainly In the chest as In through faith. Tt1ERE .' 1 I DIDN'T BUILD GO AFTER'EM! A THE MATT R WNAT '" AW GEE..OAO '

.:w a:;;{ Influenza and sometimes they are in I 3. The argument of James (vv. 14- THAT BARN FORA REAL WALLOPING ARE you CRYING OROVE ALlTHE k>
t .'"1 ;;' 21). He took the fact declared
>;,,. the abdomen and resemble typhoid fe by PLMYHOUSE WOULD po'6M yk
f ver. Of the 1C9 cases reported 107 Peter and showed how It harmonized:

were females and 02 were males. This with prophecy (Amos 9:11-15): He GOOP! ... .:: :

showed, that the reception of the Gen-
I. /1 ', was probably! because more women
I tiles was not in conflict, but In har-
'
than take of
, '. men care birds. The
I older the Individual the more seriousIs mony with God's plan. He made clear

fever. Most of God's plan as follows:
parrot the 'deaths i
a.. To take out from the Gen-
1 occurred among persons over forty.? among i _
i I t tiles a people for' his name (v. 14).
24
January 1930, an embargo was
This Is what is now being done by the
placed against the Importation of
calling out of the church.
,;.,'.' parrots. October 21, 1930, this was
b. After the church Is
'.-- modified to allow the importation of completed.
Israel will be converted and restoredto \ 7I/scw
parrots if they were quarantined for
their land the Lord himself
by at
J 15 days at the port of entry. In February -
I his return (vv. 1C. 17).
,
;:: :' 1932, this quarantine period was ?c : :
This will be followed the
I extended to all birds of the parrot c. by con-

family. Version of the world through the agen

cy of converted Israel (v. 17 ; cf. Rom. lw1,1 .t. 1Q ..v.x .
: :'. During the year 1931, twelve cases \ '
.
11:15) Having shown that there was
\ ; of parrot fever were reported from
no conflict with the Scriptures rightly
'.. New York and 43 cases from the Pa-
divided, he gave his judgment that the s
p zific coast states. ,There were 13 AS OR.ROSS fOLD NONSENSE!.., cuRSES!
Gentiles It'S ''
should / IF
not be troubled with MARTHADID you ASK THOSE, .

I these deaths amo'ng these 55 cases. Most of the things that are Jewish but shouldbe PESKY KIDS OVER HERE ? -- MORE GUFF you \OU'V6. 60TC.OFFEENGRVE5 But t'u.TRv WHAT WCK !
a infections were contracted from >
{ I t warned against the perils of heathenism : ANVTHIN6 TO ::--. DRIVEN OUT
i' sick parokeets and love birds. liaising .icHAseo'ew OFF; AND ABOUtCOFFEE,
such as meat offered to Idols, YOU'RE' RIO OF : HERE
GET
Ti1AT'S\ WHY ( OF
: 1 .. parokeets Is an Industry in several fornication and blood. LET ME -retU VOU. 'TELL HER ToGO

places along the Pacific coast. Investi- BACK IN SO IRRlfASt.Gl! S BY POS17JM !
4. The decision (vv. 22-29)). The
gations showed that many of these BEFORE you NouSE WONT YOU GIVE ; <. 1 1OFFEE
mother church unanimously. endorsed 1J .,.. ''" }
I parokeet, aviaries were infected with ME HENRY MA' ; ANO
James' recommendation. They sent a yS.
1 psittacosis. Another very Important you ..
i letter stating the decision of the con I T6LL
disd-overy was made and that is that
ference. This decision was duly de- WMHG' ? ,y,
birds )
wealthy can carry with them the :' 4
livered to the church at Antioch and f
,'J- causative agent of parrot fever.
was received with rejoicing. <.:
\: We do not know of any specific vaccine -
II. James Giving Counsel' to Chris-
or antiserum with which to treat WPN"I
1 tians (James 1:1-17)). ;
II successfully the human patient suffer! r 'M 'Vi'i k ti\\:, 1

ing from parrot fever. Several bacteriologists 1. Concerning trials (vv. 2-17).
: a. The Christian's attitude toward
I
who have worked
parrot upon them (vv., 2-4). They were' to -meet
fever have become Infected, and
them joyfully because of their bene-
there have been a few deaths. A very : )l. '

good friend of mine ficial effects. Trials reveal fidelity, and ,
Doctor Stokes of Nh.
ya
the Baltimore health 'department, diedof by their effects develop the grace of Q r.HEU.o

patience.b. I
this disease while doing research knew coffee was bad

work during the 1029-1930! epidemic. The Christian's supreme need In for all us kids O.butdidn't !
these trials (vv. 5-8)). It is wisdom to
i Since this disease cannot be con- y know it could I

,k i trolled by the relatively simple method meet them Intelligently. He makes w "-N hurt a grown man like
clear that the of this '
source wisdom Is 'I "
of embargo and quarantine at the Daddy!
Boys WHAT
In God and that the means of gaining WNAt ADO
.ports of entry It becomes \ "Oh, many
a menace yea. I
r It Is y0U SAy WE FIX
asking In faith, and the very liber- DIFFERENT
to persons who desire members of grown-ups, too, find i
ality of God Is the guarantee that the uP A ; To PLFW
PLACt
the 'parrot family i for pets. MAN NE'S :. / Fi that caffein in coffee ;

The disease is needed supply will he provided. HORSESHOES h1 HERE BEEN.SINGENE 1 can upset their nerves, i ic
more prevalent in
Dirds during cold weather, and recent c. The rich and the' poor are sharers Jr SWItcHED u indigestion. or keep them awake nights!" I
alike In affliction (vv. 9-11)). Frequently ,.
ly acquired birds
birds that have are been more in dangerousthan the family the poor man thinks that the rich GEE, MR. GRAY TO POSTUM If you suspect that coffeeodisagrces.with, you...try 1

for some time. The practice of allow are free from testings, whereas they Postum for 3 0 days.Postum contains no caffein.It's

tag birds to feed from the hands is extremely are usually more severely tested. simply whole wheat and bran, roasted and slightly
BE SWELL make. .and costs less than
N dangerous. d. The blessed reward of enduringthe sweetened. It's easy to

sickness half a cent a cup. It's delicious, too and may I
Any In birds of the parrot testing (v. 12). The one who
family in the home should be regardedwith faithfully endures the temptation shall prove a real help. A product of General Foods.

suspicion. The cages should be be awarded the crown of life. FREE Let us send you your first week's supplyof J

kept clean and the cleaning done out. e. The source of temptation (vv. 13- Poatum free{ Simply mail the coupon.

of-doors to prevent the dust flying 17). Temptations spring out of human
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left in the sunlight until the moisturehas Sin is not necessarily the desire, but I
_
dried. Until we know more about the gratifying of It improperly. When Name

parrot fever it Is best to Isolate the one Is thus led away by his natural Street

human cases of this disease and to desires sin Is conceived which brings City Stag ,
Fill in completely-print name and address I
carry out the ordinary measures of forth death. In such case, sin Is the 3o PAyS LAcER iI This offer expires December 31,1935

bed-sldo nursing that are pursued In gratification of a right desire In a

all Infectious dIsea es.e wrong way.

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News carry on the work of their slain idol. PARITY ACT CONTESTED INSTATE I deposits _and with actual construction first tree. ?
The Clewiston SUPREME: COURT of the state canal underway
cross
Huey Long is dead and with him I While only a small percentage of
died the Louisiana dictatorship. the cement; company, alert to the number it is proposed to employ \

Published 'every Friday in Clewlstoi ,, There is no one strong enough to Tallahassee, Sept. 19 (FNS.-The the opportunity,, began a survey to have 'been put to work to date, un-

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS I I take his place. -- Florida Supreme Court will decide determine the feasability of estab- employment. been entirely wiped

Inc. whether or not the parity act passedby lishing a plant here. out in Marion county and workers 1i,;-

.:o..NNM:NNMM:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. the 1935 legislature is constitu In reply to a wire from the Star are being drawn from relief rolls in

Keathley Bowden, Editor ? ? tional. The bill places public schools asking for a confirmation of the pro" adjoining counties.

i TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY :!: and colleges and some ,state depart- ,/I ject, Joseph H.' Young, president of

Entered as second class mail mater ments on equal financial basis. the Lehigh Portland Cement Company EASTERN AIR LINES ESTABLISH

February 1, 1927, at the POE. *: :=: Failing to receive his salary check ? answere'd as follows: I HEADQUARTERS AT MIAMI

Office in Clewiston, Florida, undt r'Y from Comptroller J. M. Lee, Her- "In reply to your inquiry, Lehigh f'
,the Act of March 3, 1897. :: :;: man Kurz; professor of botany at Portland Cement Company seriously Miami, Sept. 19 (FNS).Eastern '

Y the Florida State College for Women considering construction of cement AIrLines, which carries thousands :

Subscription rate, $2.00 per :year Y BY :: filed 'court proceedings, with plant on its property north of Oca- of International air passengers from

Advertising rates on application j;: RUSSELl KAY the Comptroller in the position of la." Miami to New York and other northern :
cities, has established the main !
defending the parity act and explain- According to the Star, another
Devoted to the advancement an,1 he refused to I operating headquarters of its sys-
ing to the court why I concern, the Dixie Portland Cement
welfare of Clewiston and Hendr I .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:. distribute around ,$98,000 of state, Company, also has extensive hold- tem here, taking over the former
County.An due 1. I Pan American Airways land base,
checks September
pay-roll
Ever since I came to Florida ings in Marion County of desirable
familiar to thousands of travelersof
twenty-one years ago I've been list- Kurz claims his salary was pro- cement, clay and limestone deposits
the first of international '
"R" month is here and oyster enin' to arguments on the subjectof vided by the general appropriationsact and it is believed that this concern operations out years of this !

suppers are In order. dividin' the state. Then the well passed by ,:the legislature and will also establish a local'plant. city.

known boom came along and South that It must be paid despite the par- Marion county real estate, auto- Through arrangements with the

WPA i< Florida grew right on out of her ity act, which provided that the pub- matically enhanced in value by the Pan American Airways System,
of the ;
A worthy project
knee pants and into knickerbockers lic schools would share equally establishment of centralized oper- Eastern Air Lines have leased the
the
from
that of cleaning hyacinths
Farmers stuck up their noses at with state departments and colleges ations of the world's largest canal, airport as the southern terminal of '
Miami canal.If cabbage and turnips and began to in distribution of state funds. is becoming increasingly' sought; its lines from New York, Chicago,

plant subdivision stakes. Citrus Attorney General Cary D. Landis after, T. J. Kemp, owner of several 'New Orleans and Atlanta, and have
for no other reason we're of: taken the stations
growers yanked trees out by' the termed the question the most important thousand acres reports ,that since it over passenger
the Cross-State canal for taldn, and other
'roots to make room for gas mains to come up since his term as became known the canal was actually buildings.
away so many fine residents iron white-way posts and sidewalks, attorney general. He will appear as to be built he has been deluged Eastern Air Lines' move brings
the ranks of the U. S. Engineers '
while North and West Florida was chief council for Comptroller Lee. with Inquiries from all over the Miami approximately' 150 families

still goin' 'round in overalls diggin' At the first of the month, Lee announced I country, many from responsible and I including executives, mechanics,

two Plenty weeks of and rainfall during sections the of pas th. peanuts, grindin' cane and buildin' he had refused to distribute amply financed concerns and indi-! technical men and 24 pilots.J. .
many viduals and market for all classes ,
pig pens. checks for colleges and many ,
'Glades are already too wet to permit pay
planting for some time. Not st South Florida developed a superiority state departments until the full application -; of real estate has become brisk with M. COUSE

In Clewiston, however, for farming complex that was pitiful and of the'parity act could be prices steadily rising. .
forward stead the howl for state division grew determined. Employees of the Flor- Walter F. Coachman of Jackson:
operations are going I Counselor and Attorney at Law
louder and when nothing was done Commission ville director of the :;
Ily In the townsite.As ida Railroad State managing ship Hopkins Building "'1.;
about it some folks got downright Planning Board, Florida State Col- canal authority, recently notified 'r.
Wednesdays and Saturdays
was expected,. Governor O. K.i i peeved. lege for Women, University of Florida Colonel Brehon Somervell that the 9:30 to 4:00 '

Allen of Louisiana; was not strong I Then prosperity picked up her; and other departments went canal Authority had exercised options -

enough to carry on the work of his traps and went around that famous I without their pay checks as a result. on approximately 14,000 acres

fallen chief. The Huey Long dicta. corner and left South Florida hold- The parity act was passed duringthe of right of way lands, and has plac- L. ,B. MershonAGENT

torship died completely ,when as- in' the bag with enough bonds to closing hours of the session and ed United States engineers in pos-

sasin's bullets ended the career of sink a battleship. Most -of the sub- sought to provide that if definitely session of this land under terms of ,

one of the nation's most brilliant division stakes wilted in the fields specified sources did not producea the options. The first dirt was actually -

and powerful politicians. and the looked-for harvest was a state fund of $10,500,000 for dug last Saturday on, a sand New York Life

complete flop. Mr. Hoover's grass schools, the remainder should come flat seven miles south of Ocala

Seems like after the sixteentland began to grow through the cracksin from the general revenue fund out where 200 men are at work. The Insurance Company

eighteenth of September, anni the new sidewalks while the buzzards of which ,state operations are financed. digging began without ceremony .
versaries of our two greatest hurri- used the white-way posts to
It also provided that if the gen- after Celonel Somervell' felled the 1 ARCADIA, FLORIDA
canes ,of recent years, residents losea roost on after the bad boys got eral fund could not produce enough I' __ _
great deal of their storm scan through breakin' all the pretty to make up any deficiency in the --

even though there is at least another globes and light bulbs. Farmers and I I $10,500,000 fund, the colleges and

month when one of these tro- citrus growers climbed Into their old 'certain state departments would

pical blows may creep up on ,us. clothes again and went back' to have their appropriations reduced

work. the basis the schools. I
on same as
The sugar mill is being groomedfor HAYFEVERASTHMA
blamed busyryin'
Everybody was so Until the constitutionality of the
what is believed will be the
livin' for the next
to make a law is determined, Lee contends that
greatest season ever; Storm winds
few years there was no time to he cannot release these funds. A
failed to do any material damageto
think atfout dividin' the state. hearing has been set for' Friday of
the cane and the resultant rains Then somebody did some neat this week. and SUMMER COLDS are -
and warm weather have been unus- wire and it becomes known
beneficial to if hard'onthe pullin' i '" .- Complete relief only $1.00
ually cane ., that we're fixin' to divide the statein I CEMENT COMPANIES: PLAN unnecessary. :

truck farmers. a. great big way-not merely with NEW PLANTS IN OCALA > Postpaid. Nothing else to buy. Over ;

of that "A bill,
President Roosevelt dl n't haveto a piece paper says
entitled an 'Act,"-but with a flock Ocala, Sept. 19 (FNS).-Prospects : 40,000 HOLFORD'S WONDER INHALERS ,'
,turn "powder monkey" to do the
ot steam' shovels, dredges and the of' the establishment of a modern .
last
first blasting on the Cross-State can-I j sold year alone. Mail $1.00
whole blamed army. cement plant in Marion countyby
al work. Simply by pressing a but-
You'd naturally think everybodyin the Lehigh Portland Cement today for full season's relief to THE (
ton at his desk In, Washington, a .
f Florida would be tickled pink and Company was revealed in a story ,
fifty pound charge of dynamite was DANDEE CO. 14 North Sixth St.
,
start yellin' and throwin' their hatsin appearing in the Ocala 'Star last
fired below Ocala beginning exca
. vation. the air to think that this state week. I MINNEAPOLIS, MINNESOTA, or write
finally got its nose in the federal The Lehigh company owns 1919
for Free Booklet. "
had started to to acres of land in Marion"county near
feed bag and go
Watch for the Boy Scouts at the i ?*(
lot of Anthony. Burbank and Ft. McCoy, '
principal street crossings while I town like California and a &
'other states been doin' for the last with extensive limestone and clay IF I-
children are coming to and from I
school and pay attention to theirsignals. few ;years, but no! The news don't

Their work of protectingthe I anymore: break before a lot of folks
about salt water In
start yelpin'
younger children is a great one
and it will be well for every motor- their old oaken bucket and want' to :;: : :: :::

ist to cooperate in every way pos- get out an injunction. YA 0 R S A L E > \y s
sible with them. Not bein an engineer, geologistor 't .z. .z. .:.
weather prophet, I don't know ys YA y

what the canal will do to our water Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash
WPA projects being approved for supply and I don't imagine anybodyelse :: Payment :: ::
Florida every day and it is hoped
does, for sure, but I DO know YA y
that sometime before long the pro- Yz Y
ject for Clewiston's recreation park that the spendin'' of millions of dol- YX y tf'

will be approved. Started under lars in Florida for labor, materialsand 1X: v Y
supplies ain't goin' to do usa YA
FERA the project awaits WPA
I ap- whole lot of harm and If it develops x + ?
proval and in the meantime grass ; I

; ,'. is marl growing surfacing through already the laid.layer of later two starts on that spoutin'an artesian in a little well salt or, f': aj': !

" there'll still be enough freshwater Y
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.. DICTATORSHIP\ ENDED within easy reach to take care of \:z: ::: :z: ':.
' the situation. Los Angeles went 300 ? x
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. (Moore Haven Democrat) miles for it and is now fixin' to go .:. .s. 0,(, i 'i. .:. .

" An assassin's bullet put an end to twice that far for some more.If y .. I .vA.. -:!''/.

,',.. the colorful career of Huey Long the rest of Florida is smart it .*J'I;: .:. :AY =: '

and his threat of establishing a dictatorship will quit treatin' Miss Ocala like she :

;, over the United States was a flat-footed country girl and y
Yy yAY
s:? similar to that of Hitler in Germany will start makin' a sure 'nuff fuss y

1. and Mussolini in Italy is no more.; over her I'm tellin" you, that young Y : Y
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t., It is to be regretted that a brilliant lady has fallen heir to a lot of important X yI
- had to to such better treat I z 'f' .s' .:.
man come an end, but money and you Y S Z= t .
t. it should serve as a warning to future her nice if you want to get an invitation .' .. Y.z' ..s.yf I

r aspirants to dictatorship that to her party.-and BOY what y
:
:' neither Louisiana the PARTY! ..
;; or other forty- a X x

, seven states are as yet ready to be- A lot of folks will try to tell you t + Jk 'I t
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lieve that any principles of govern- that Mr. Roosevelt is just "foolin" Y'z' .z'.z' I .:. :::

[ ment other'than those upon which' about this canal and they won't do 'f. .s' .i' .:'
our nation was founded will be ac anything but cut a few weeds and YY Y
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ceptable. do a little scratchin' in the top soil YY y

;;,' Newspaper comments have been until the next election. Maybe so, 's.YY.z. .+. .:.
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! many and varied in regard to the /ou can't prove it by me. But in the xx

':'. assassination of Louisiana's Kingfish ,neantime the way cash registers are .;. .;. -. .i' .x:.

but Rufus Steele in the Christ- ringin' up around Ocala is somethin' YY Y
YY
ian Science Monitor sums it all up 10 write home about and the stuff YY

', in one sentence to lead off his column .hose happy merchants are jammin' x ; i sPay
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"The March of Nations:" HueyP. "Q the cash drawer is the real genu- .. I : .

,6, Long seized a state to build up ne McCoy and if you try to kid n .
:' the first European dictatorship in hem: with that old gag that "There The Balance Like lie t s' =H '

:: the free atmosphere of America, and tint no Santa Claus you're just A Xt (

, when it reached the stage of spontaneous astin your breath. :;: ::: WE- HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :: ::

r', combustion it exploded and I don't know how you feel aboutt ; : I
::
:: :: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME ;;: ;
f destroyed him" : but if you ask me, I concur 'with

f And 'now it seems that the Louis- -11'. Hobson and say "Damn the salt

.t' iania conflict by will the be Long carried supporters on indefinitely rater-GO AHEAD!" U Clewiston Home Building Association U


I and his political enemies. There "OR RENT-Furnished Garage ,( J.
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! may be more bloodshed, but It will Apartment. Inquire on premises.F. .t .f. PHONE 10 J ..s'. .s.

; be a losing fight for those trying to L. Williamson. Itp ? b

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I': ': ...............................................*......... 'i I H. C. Avant, Jr., and Jack Turner que party were: Mrs. H. O. Peters, MRS. G. E. SMITH; ENTERTAINS Margaret Barlow, Miss Virginia ",.
4 i: : :j jA left this week to work on the Mrs. V. A. Allen, Mrs I. M. Pafford, FRIDAY WITH BRIDGE PARTY Gallant, Miss Sue Maxwell, Miss s

I :: .1..M. :;: Cross-State canal at Ocala. Mrs. Leah Spicer, Mrs. J. B. Dot- Strickland, J. W. Moran, Bob Coker.
terer, Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mrs. E. J. J. Harrington, Lt.-Col. Earl '
II .i..?.'.................................................... L. Stewart, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mrs.R. Mrs. G. E. Smith entertained Friday North, Carawan Nelson and Capt. P.
j : : t. : Father F. J. Finnegan is expectedto Y. Patterson, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, .afternoon with bridge, honoringMrs. A. Feringa. ,.'
,
A. V. Southard s C. R. Byrd on her birthday and
return Sunday from a vacation of Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs.. J. E.
, /day in Ocala on several weeks duration .Miss Margaret Barlow, :, who ,was visiting -
in
spent Beardsley, Mrs R. N. Smith, Mrs.D. .
New York and Chicago.Mr. i. her sister, Mrs. W. H. Mills
G. Alston, Mrs. Wilfred Lock-
I< Archie Black spent hart, Mrs. H. R.. Hall and Mrs.C.. here. READ THE ADVERTISEMENTS:
'i I Fort Myers. and Mrs. Gayle McFadden left L. Downs. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. W.
Tuesday for Ocala and Jacksonville.Mr. C. Prewitt for high score and Mrs.

Ii k Mrs. Fred A. I Mr.the U. S. '"'Engineer den is to office,be located at Ocala in LAWLERS ENTERTAIN FOR dith C. R.won Byrd the, low.cut prize.Miss Eunice Mere .:..............................................................;;.;.....................................: ; ,
from POOLES WITH BRIDGEMr. **
; i Tuesday a Z
I Georgia and North and Mrs. McFadden expects to visit Gifts were presented to both the t New' and Used' ::
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I Mrs. E. G.; McFadden in Jacksonvillefor honor guests. ,
and Mrs. Grover C. Poole z y
: I I several weeks before joiningMr. were honored Saturday evening by Refreshments of salad, sand-j ==
Miss Anne Barber, McFadden there. : FURNITUREBELLE !
Lawler'withan wiches and coffee served 'to
Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. were :
II Beach, was, a business .I evening of bridge. Mesdames H. R. Hall, E. L. Stew-
f i ;for several days this 1 MKS. POOLE, IS HOXORED X X
art, W. H. Mills;' W. C. Owen, F.
For high scores, Mrs. Poole was
I I WITH BRIDGE LUNCHEONMrs. I presented with a hand-painted door I Deane. Duff, W. C. Prewitt, H. 'T'I. :: GLADE =1 1i = :
Mrs. E. L. Stewart
Vaughn, W.
stop, and W., F. Simpson with a nov- W. Perry, W.: M. Red- x
I I H. Crouch spent Grover C. Poole, who will r elshelmer and Miss. Eunice Meredith :: FURNITURE'COMPANY ::
elty knife. For low scores Mrs.'W. F. i _:
f in West Palm Beach. leave shortly for Ocala to'make her I ..
i Simpson was awarded a novelty fly [ I. :
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home, was the guest of honor at a A
I t Mr. and Mrs. Dick bridge luncheon given Thursday by: swatter and V. A. Allen a' paper I': JOHN LUCAA IS HONORED .;. Belle Glade, FloridaNext .;f '
knife. The novelty
prize
traveling a
daughter, Gayle, spent ] Mrs. W. F. Simpson and Mrs. Keath-. WITH I
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. ley Bowden. thermometer, was won by R. N. rflRTHDAY PARTYH. :;vi i::' Door To Theatre .:. :

I, : Solon Cruze, of Fort High score. prize at bridge was:I I I number Smith for of hands holding with) the no card greatest higher -] J. ''B. Scharnberg entertained I' ::: ................................................................................................. ':?
Thursday evening of
last
won by Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, a bottle week
Sunday with his i' of toilet water. Low score prize, than Jack. I honoring John, Lucaa. on. his birth-I.
C. Mills and family. A salad plate was served at the day.
a set of coasters 'went to Mrs. R. N.
I close of play to: Mr. and Mrs. Grover Contract bridge was enjoyed dur- ,",
Smith and Mrs. Poole received a '
j Miss Bessie Lewis I I Poole, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Paf- ing the evening with high ESTIMATES, FURNISHED ON
cosmetic tissue set as guest prize. score
i REQUESTC.E.STEBEL
Ga., is visiting her ford, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Peters, Mr. prizes being awarded to Mrs. R. Y. 1
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W. Perry and family. Following play the ativeLuncheon" I and Mrs. V. A. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Patterson and Lt. W. H. Mills; sec- I
was held the be-
menus Jk E. Bass, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. ond high to Mrs. W. C. Prewitt andJ.
ing printed and containing the fol-
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Simpson and Mr. and Mrs. R. N. J. Harrington and consolation I
lowing "Bill of Farewell": Cracker Electrical Contracting .
I Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Smith. prizes to Miss Margaret Barlow and
Special, Hurricane Mix, Pipeline
Sunday visiting in
W. M. Redelsheimer.At PHONE 2121
I Slush, Pride of Everglades, Rip-rap L.
MRS. KING GIVES midnight a buffet supper was PAHOKEE FLORIDA '
Boulders, Okeechobee Ale and Sug- ,
F. McLure,
J.
Mrs. served to: Mr. and Mrs. G.
BENEFIT.LUNCHEON, E. Smith,
ailand Delight. When the luncheonwas
1 .i.T., M. Fulton visited in \ Dir and Mrs. W. M.
served the ladies discovered the -- : Redelsheimer, Agent for ,
Tuesday. Mrs. A. H. King' entertained with Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Byrd, Mr. and
dishes named on the menu to be I GENERAL ELECTRICREFRIGERATORS
-- fried salt pork, grits, cream gravy, a benefit Ladies Aid luncheon at her Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Lt. and Mrs.W. j.I .
M. J.
and Mrs.
Mr.
green string beans, hot rolls, iced home Wednesday, and according to H. Mills, Capt. and Mrs. Rich- I RANGES ANDAPPLIANCES
Sunday for an those attending there was an abun- ardson Selee, Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
tea and sherbet. The guests caughtthe
their daughter in Prewitt, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Miss I
? spirit of the occasion in short dance of gooa, things to eat.

I .. !! W. S. Cowart left \ order and "went native" in great Those attending were Mrs. R. N. -

, !i up his duties in the style, the luncheon being climaxed Smith, ,Mrs. M. R. Lawler,' Mgs. H. I .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .* '.
I around I X N XK N XK X N X .N X X N X X N X'X X N X NNNONNONN X ;X N X N X X N X N X X"Y.* .i
i the U. S. Engineers.. i iI by someone passing a can 0. Peters, Mrs. V. A. Allen, Mrs.R.
I of syrup which was sopped up with N. Boswell, Mrs. A. V. Southard, y.s.
!' Grover C. Poole lft I If. biscuits. Mrs. F. H. Moltz and Mrs GroverC. .. Singers Dancers Musical Novelties'I Entertainers ..i".s"y

take charge of work j Guests at the delightful and uni- Poole. .y,
f. I y.s. ....
i State canal for the U. I
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Mr. and Mrs. E. W.
NEXT WEEK I
BEGINNING
children visited : ::: VersatiliansVARIETY 1

.! over the week-end.

,''i'' :_: IS v THE SPICE OF LIFE ? 1 1
Mrs. C. F. Trainor,
I Fulton and Mrs. J. F. :?!: WE ARE THE SPICE ,. :!cs : 1
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in Miami.
Monday
spent .( I .. t

I Troy Puryear SHIFTINGSA :s:; Roy It. Shelley, Manager' and Master of Ceremonies .:!:

from a visit with :.z.... ;
I Ga. x ,.,Roy R. Shelley, Jr., Featured.. Guitar and Vocal. Soloist. ..i.V .i.c' .
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i ','! Mrs. O. F. Schiffli DS'l ':!: Hurt Reeves, Australian Yloli ist,and Musical Director l I:: t

returned Saturday from I'j ... Comedian. tl l
N. C., where they have 1
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:i_: A Band That Is More Titan ; A RandNo :i.: I
( Mrs. C. L. Downs
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'; .son, Richard, returned :i: ): !

y from a two weeks.. trip Y G7\T. Covert Charge i
" and Washington. : :;: .Lf! :: j

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G. M. Ponton, who c .. I

1 I signed Road 26 to has preliminary i i =1= CLEWIS TON I GARDEN =:: I

I ers at the Clewiston Inn.Mr. I I :: Next. Door to Clewiston Beer Garden :: i if

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and Mrs. Paul .. .!.
j i Richland, Ga., I.:..:..:..J..J..J..J..J..J..J..J..J..J--J..J..J..J'J..J..J..J..JC..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

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C. Klutts of Moore h .. 9

Clewiston visitors ..s.= I, .'i.:.

. noon. 1 i rS rh '

"i I Ii E. W. Digges left I I; CLEWISTON 60LF f

; Ocala, where he will I '
,with the U. S. y y
t 0" Cross-State canal work. I

':'L k; ,_ I' S dI J COURSE : J

Mrs. H. J. B.: h
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ed Saturday from a ...
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visit with relatives in f ,, ?

New York.G. .
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B. Thomas I I'I'W I'I I Ai +
from St. Petersburg

been bile accident.recuperating- from *

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to ne@i J.the\W.wSfS Ocala Bruce here office, 'of SERVICE N.U 'Sara 13tr W t.e Bassetf I 1! I ... Open to t the h Public b J i I''


Bruce and family '
to Ocala. Ccpr"9M 3r 1, 9mr'R6 Co "- :: j :

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Lt. W. H. Mills ? V
' Rose Anne, and Miss A sparkling love story of Cape Cod'I 1. V v

1. low visited in Miami I!. IIII........... .z.
Miss Barlow took the I and running through it a thread of .?:. I V

I "Jj her home in Laredo, mystery that makes this one of the ,. .Z"v"

t(, 'J.) R.Rev.F. Paxton and Mrs., Jr.R., left F. most absorbing tales you have had an .:;.: Moderate Green Fees *: j


) ton their, Jr.home, will in leave St. opportunity to read for a long time. :i: Exceptional Fairways :s

for school in' Pittsburg :i: Interesting Greens :i:

Sands" be,
Mrs. Keathley "Shifting v/ill published serially! y

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,
"Lies can't hurt me, you fool." Bran said. "Ben ., It was my note that in his arms, dropped his chetk to her MORE VESSELS IN NAVY

don cried but his teeth rattled. "Plot- decoyed you. It was an old one, writ- head and closed his eyes. "I'm no

THE ting and scheming, were you, to drag ten to him. He'd saved It." killer. I don't know who killed Faxson. The seagoing forces of the United

that old case up and try to turn It Elliott smiled and covered her hands Nick told me I did and I lost my head States navy during the next fiscal

against me? .And basing[ it all on the with his."Never. for an hour and then it was too late. year will be composed of 321 vessels, I I'j- _

death-bed ravings of':-" mind anything that has to do ; I've hidden for years because of all classes. Due to the completion \

MAN "But McManus Isn't dead !I" Ben with me. I'm only an accident in this. he's written me things, terrible things of new vessels and the abolition -

cried, crowding all the conviction and It's going to be a wonderful day, dear to read, little Dawn. But I couldn't of the rotating reserve divisionsof

t triumph he could summon, into his tone, Dawn. This part is tough for you stand it longer!" destroyers, 15 more vessels will

playing his hunch to the utmost. "He's but .' ." He gave his head an emphatic "And a warrant!1" Brandon croaked."A be employed than are operating lu

FROM alive and we've 'located him"-lying twist, smiled at her in assurance warrant's here there, in Tin- full commission during the present

himself, now in an attempt to beat the then, putting her gently aside, cup. Murder won't outlaw. .n. You'll year

'truth from Brandon "lie's on his way stepped close to Martin. I pay you'll pay. ."

back and what he'll have to tell, "Let him up, now. Here. McManus drew Dawn even closer. Week's Supply of Postum Free

YONDER coupled with what old Don had the Into this chair, Brandon." They lifted "But you'll know, little Dawn Head the offer made by the Postum

courage to put down in his own writIng him, for the man seemed Incapable of You'll know !i" he murmured. Company In another part of this
movement himself. "Sit still now. "Walt !I" cried Ben. "All of you pa-
They will send full week's
"Stuart didn't know He knew We're simply going to get a few little Listen! This this this per. a sup-
TITUS of health Postum
ply free
giving
HAROLD to
L by nothing, I tell you lIe wasn't even matters straight for these people." thing, here, as much as admited to me anyone who writes for It.-Adv.

: here He took Faxson's word for It He stood back a pace and rubbed that he killed Faxson himself !r lIe

and even Faxson didn't know. lie was his chin with a knuckle. was here in this cabin the night Fax- Women Soldiers

:'. Copyright 192S-1934. Harold Titus. asleep in that room right there"- "We've got this citizen in quite a son was shot. lIe was here, I'm telling -
WNU Service.
.t' Turkey is to follow the lead of
pointing-"and he came out while we stew," he said. "lie schemed to get you He admitted it to me, not Soviet Russia and have women sol

were talking, and Mac went crazy me out here and did a good job." He ten minutes ago !
diers-but ,only in time of war.FRECKLES .
and-" looked at Dawn quickly. "I hadn't "I don't know much about the rulesof
.. CHAPTER-XIV-Continued had time towonder about that evidence" at the bill-fold
Elliott could not restrain the Impulseto even -tugging
/n. -18lIe laugh In a wild shout of triumph."So note.It doesn't matter, though. You in his pocket"but I've a good guess

,; fell to the floor fighting, but his 'you admit, as the rest of'us now saw:me tied, there ; that rope's soaked about what Don Stuart had to tell the END AND

. blows were weak, Ineffective. A hand know, that McManus didn't throw him- with oIL The place is drenched withit. night he died, now that Brandon has

;: clutched at his throat and he tore at self into the river that night, eh?' So He was' Just touching her off when trapped himself I" He shook the soiled, BLA CADS, WCRI

,;.'. it with all his'-strength. The fingers you admit he still lives, do you?" you three came In and it would/ have folded envelope from the purse. "I've
?
!;; shut down on the windpipe and he "Admit nothing nothing. been as neat a murder as I've heard had this thing for weeks and like a

!t.: writhed under that agony, summoning He's a murderer, I tell you. . AndI about In a coon's age!I" fool I didn't read it. .

' all his courage, all his will to break wasn't here He's a murderer, I '. "A lie !I" Brandon muttered. "Was "Listen !1"

'; free, to outlast that strangling pres- tell 'ou. .' And I wasn't here only trying 'trying letter. "I have been a coward," Ben read
'f- sure. But he could not do it. He went "
::
wasn't here. ." aloud.Iclanus did norkill Fax-:
still
; numb ; his brain clouded. He lay And back to the northward three "Have :you forgotten what you ad- son. Brandon did. Brandon had Mc-

KS :' and then after a time, sweet air poured people came through the darkening mitted to me, Brandon?" Ben asked Manus drunk: and 'was getting him to

c:{ain into his lungs. forest on Elliott's trail, bending low sharply. "You gave It away, gave i sign away his share bf the partner- I l / I 1 l 1l
I /
'F,,' That was all of which he was aware against the mounting storm. Two men yourself away !I" ship when Faxson! tried to stop it.

f.;, for a long interval : air, bathing his "You fool, you You think you'vegot Brandon shot Faxson and when Mr-:
were ahead, beating down a track for No matter how dull and dark :your complexion -
ty
had been I
;i: tortured chest. Air, which the girl who followed, pleading with me' cold, eh? You've nothing on Manus was sober enough to under- I ; no matter how freckled and I Il=

' denied him by the strangling grip of aman's them now and again for more speed. me that'll amount to a snap of my stand, told him that he-:McManus- coarsened by sun and wind, Nadinola ,
}:: hand. back to Cream,tested and trusted for over a generation '
thumb !1' His gaze went Dawn had done it. McManus believed him.I .
' Ben he
needed time, now spoke: :
; ; will whiten, clear and smooth
That thought burned away the haze "And I've watched you shrink: and don't know what became of McManus. ,
.. "I've a proposition, Brandon. How'd your skin to new beauty quickest,easiest
.: 1 which enveloped him and he started you like to trade? Ilow'd you like to cringe; all jour life and I'm glad now Brandon came to me before Sam way. Just apply tonight; no massaging

t to throw himself over, to rise, to be have Stuart's letter for, the use that it's warped you and weakenedyou died and told me McManus: had lit out no rubbing; Nadinola begins its beauti-
1 up and fighting. But he found that say and fying work while you sleep. Then you
that if I did not that Fax-
; swear
,...,'; of my hands and feet for a minute? see day-by-day improvement until your
". he was unable to move. Brandon come slowly lose and '''II old your tongue, Brandon, !1" son said :McManus shot at him he complexion is all you lonj* for; creamy

'H His hands were stretched out above leaned over him. I. That was :Martin's voice breaking would send me to the pen for stealing white, satin-smooth, lovely. No disap-

::' his head ; a harsh bond held each wrist "Mean that? Where is It- In, thickened and shaken: with con- from the company. This Is God's truth.: pointments; no long waiting; money
i. helpless. He tried to kick and failed. back guarantee. Get a large box of
gested : I afraid to do
craftily. rage was anything else. I NADINOLA Cream at favorite
t. His feet were locked together and held "My: affair." Even then, he could He advanced toward Brandon slowly. have been a coward. I am sorry I did toilet counter or by mail postpaid your only

I':,. there as by a great weight.A feel the bill-fold in his breeches pocket: He halted and did not speak for a long not tell this years before." 50c. NADTNOLA. Box 30. Paris Tenn.

A distinct odor pervaded the room.r' where old Don's letter reposed. "Whatd' moment Eyes still fast on the other Brandon's head was twitchIng."Lie .
He groaned and strained again at his "
you say?" he gasped. drunken

Brandon's fingers plucked at his bum ." For BiliousAttacksThousands
( Footsteps, then, came across the floor : "No lie, Brandon. It's truth !I" Ben

..y and Nicholas Brandon looked down at lips."It's said'.without. heat, quite soberly. now take Dr. Hitchcock's -
1'bonds.
no good It's a lie, but even If
; Laxative
Powder
for bilious-
him in the dim light, a whisky: bottle'
it weren't, it'd be no good in court." Tim Jeffers turned to McManus ness sick headaches and
upset
:. in his hand, swaying a bit on unsteady -
: I Then, sharply : "But what about :Mc smiling gently, and as he moved Brandon stomach due to constipation. They

t. feet. :Manus: ? Where's he? Where's he com- sprang forward. With a wild cry find that Dr Hitchcock's All-Vege-

v .' "So !" he grunted and laughed. "Sn ing from? Yes, McManus: We 'might he gained the doorway, snatched it I table Laxative: Powder is mild-but

you fell for'it So you followed your deal": cautiously-"about, McManus, open and plunged outside. effective-it acts gently, :yet thor-
I;f blessed Dawn, eh?" He went off into "Get him !I" Tim oughly and removes that clogged
Elliott, If you'd stop :McManus:: I t cried and McManus
y- ) condition of the bowels. Cleanse
: tantrum of >
a crazy laughter. might I might followed, leaping out into the gloomof
Ben twisted against his bonds your Intestines of waste matterdon't -
slowly "For late afternoon
the .
letter. And for word of allow to continue to
and discovered that the which poisons
i;. :. rope :McManus: I might, Elliott. I might "Don't leave me alone Not here, accumulate and break down your
{ > bound him was wet. He could, no more
"
'. trade your liberty for- Ben vitality and health.: Ask: for Dr.
free himself without aid than he could
I He checked himself with a grunt as It was this cry of Dawn's which arrested Hitchcock's Laxative Powder in the

", hope to fly. if realizing that he had by his own Ben on the threshold. He large yellow moisture-proof tin box

"It worked !" Brandon cried. "G-d, words placed himself completely inElliott's I.. turned to see her swaying dizzily. AT ALL DRUG STORES 25c

how it worked 'Dawn !' you yelled hands. ""Hold me Hold me close. Ah,

;, like a fool, standing outside there. "But what assurance-" Ben began. Ben dear !"

; 'Dawn !' And then stepped into
i; "To h 1 with and
:you your questions Her arms clasped his neck and she
r my trap, eh?" 1, !I" Brandon snarled, straightening. began to cry -softly."l J, aToK
'
He sat heavily in a chair. x "To h-1 with you, Elliott I'm asy !" he said unsteadily. "Easy

"It's all worked, even to the weather! not afraid of lies and :McManus::\
was so now It's all over. Ever 'thlng's
.. You came alone. It's starting to snow. drunk he never knew what happened !f over!1"No !
:. I
-. ? lls
: Nobody's nearer than the Hoot Owl 'They'll find bones he
: the your growled sounds of the three who had fled
and smoke of a burning camp between teeth which remained
clampedto
into the darkness
came for min-
.: : wouldn't be seen twenty rods a day still their many
.. rattling "They'll find MOSQUITOESfLIESoSPIDERS
i '. : utes and then old Tim Jeffers stamped
like
this.
t after a while your rotten bones."
: "V He leered. ... .. grimly into the room. lie did not
From beneath 'r "' '
the sink he --y""r"
!j1.' dragged speak as the, two looked inquiringly at
r-',.' Smoke of a burning camp Ben'sracing an oil can and sloshed its contents The Wick Was Lighted and the him. lIe waited for the man who had and

# : with thoughts connected that Idea along the walls, across the floor" over Shadows of the Room Retreated. been known as John Martin He
to" the odor which filled the
room. Ben's body until Elliott lay in a poolof OTHER
K.J,< His fingers felt the strandst Inflammable liquid. he reached toward the table, gropingfor came slowly, this man, breathing INSECTS

a-- hemp that stretched from his wrIsts "You crossed me !" Brandon cried, a pair of rusted shears which lay heavily. 1516Ihc

to the posts of bunks against the wall. digging into a pocket there. A cloud came over Brandon'seyes "Compensation, he said in whisperas

: Surely, the had been :soaked in he advanced toward Dawn, arms
; rope and he blinked.
"It's over now, you fool It's the
'; kerosene. So It was Brandon's intent trail Faxson took for you Cross Nick: "And you'd taunt her with It Be outstretched ,hungrily. "The MadWoman
to leave: him tied helpless to fire the has him. Here It start-
i
, Brandon? U-1. ." cause McManus:: disappeared !" :Martin\
\ ed. Into that river I was sup'
building. Then his mind
f.'" centered He took one step to a pile "of oil- said slowly with low tensity. "Ah, it
: on thwarting the scheme of this posed to have gone, in a confession of
drenched debris against the oil-soaked made a-plausible case, Brandon .
f:- ruthless man gone wholly mad. wall. He bent forward to his It, and your stories. ." murder.. There he went tonight
apply
.: : We saw it, Tim and L We iJ..a:1
, "Yeah. It worked far he
:
so
,
torch and stopped, as if frozen, hand Then he did a strange thing. He him "
watched under the Ice. .
and swept
. replied grinned. extended.A lifted those shears in a quick: gestureto
. .
>. ,. Brandon snorted in contempt."So shout outside; a body crashed his chin and a lock of the thick USE

far, yes; and on to the end, it'll against the door. It burst open and beard fell away. It was after midnight when the group
:; work. You're tied fast aren't assembled in the :McManus: home. Tim Cficai.YO4
,
you- Tim Jetfers plunged into the room. Behind "And you'd make lives h-1 because
low Ben could Jeffers, Able, Doctor Sweet, Denny Mc
leaning so see the cruel
him came Martin and as Dawp you held the power. And you'dwrite
lights in his e 'es. "You're tied hand Manus, Dawn and Ben Elliott sat
slid down the steep drift to the entry to the hiding, skulking; McManusfor @INllIfE Y 4
AND
and foot! I'll rather silently In the long low
.. touch the camp off. living
,. the burning curl of tinder dropped to years and tell him she was gone.
You'll room while Aunt Em busied herself In each free. :
roast because this ,old Sample
the floor and Brandon whirled. that she was married .. that
..... camp'll burn like h-1 itself I They'll "Get :him, Tim !" cried Ben "Nail she hated her father's name, eh?" An- the kitchen. Address: "Cuticura," &ept. 24S,
find your bones here ; they'll find an The evening had been an ordeal, ex- :Maiden Mass.
,
him Don't give him a chance other lock of hair fell, and another.
empty whisky bottle. That's all they'llfind. plaining, recording evidence; talking
. With a muffled shout Martin and Ills blue eyes were burnin, now. andBrandon's
\ ." I with the coroner, the sheriff, the
Jeffers themselves chin trembled look of
Brandon
flung on as as a
prosecutor and It had WNU-7 37-35
though
young ;
Brandon had schemed competently: he charged for the doorway. He horror crept into his face.
( ended in triumph, when the
detail which would prosecutor
no implicate him screamed. He fought frantically, but "But if he was to come back, Bran-
seemed to have been overlooked.: Still, quickly they bore him down. slowly tore to bits the old warrantfor
don, and swear to her with his own
Denny :McManus: the tragic facts Pleasant
fear did manifest Quick
not Itself in Elliott's "Take tnat !" Tim's
voice bellowed lips that he did not kill swear so, ,
with which they had been concerned
heart ; only contempt was there 'Nd that! 'Nd that !" The sound of to a girl like that She'd believe

for a man so merciless. Contempt anda knuckles on flesh came with the words. him, wouldn't she? She'd believe him, took toll.Little Successful EliminationLet's

stout determination, 19<< ,stall for time. Curses, Inarticulate shouts, and wouldn't she, and be at peace. At was said and when Aunt Em
"You're ,smart, Brandon," he ''said. then Dawn's frantic voice appeared, bearing a tray laden with
: .
peace. Ay, at peace with her- be franlthere's: only one
"I'll admit that. The plan's so good "Ben, where are you?" self and the one she loves." glasses and a bottle, she walked: intoa way for your body to rid itself of

I'm ,surprised that you overlooked abet" The struggling ceased suddenly, with a He cut the last lock from the bearded hushed siIence."Fiddlesticks the waste material that causes acidity -

long, gagging sound from Brandon. Jaw and flung away the shears. He what folks you are!" gas, headaches, bloated feelingsand

The other turned sharply.. Tim rose, looked: around "the room stood erect, spreading his hands. she exploded. "Sittin' here like it wasa a dozen other discomforts.
"A bet?" he cursed' funeral instead of about the happiest Your intestines must function and
derisively and moved to where Elliott's prone fig "See!" he cried. "See Nick Brandon
"What d' time this house has seen in a coon's the way to make them move quickly -
you mean, a bet? ure showed Indistinctly In the gloom. ?"
pleasantly, successfully, without
"A little thing. A thing almost anybody "Trussed up, Tim. Cut me loose. The man" in the chair made as if to age! griping or harsh irritants is to chew

might overlook. But It's boundto Hurry This !is going to be a rise. He could not. He lifted an arm She passed the glasses and no one a Milnesia Wafer thoroughly, in ac-

come to light If I don't show up, great party !1"I I as though to fend a blow.: spoke.: She took: the last herself and cordance with directions on the bot-

and one murder charge's as good as an- A knife blade clicked: open ; the oil- "Denny !" he choked. "Denny Mc looked around the circle of t.faces. in tle or tin, then swallow

other. I'm talking about a letter Don soaked: ropes parted. Ben lurched to Manus. You're a d-d disgust Milnesia Wafers, pure milk of l '

Stuart wrote me just before he died." his feet. you're a ." "Has the cat got all your tongues?" magnesia in tablet form, each equiv- ,

"Its' a lie Whatever he wrote wasa Dawn, running Into the kitchen of He ended in a wild scream and cow- she demanded and Able chuckled and alent to a tablespoon of liquid milkof

lie !1" Brandon's cry was shrill "He the camp she knew so well, came: back ered back against the wall, sobbing. old Tim Jeffers smiled. magnesia, correct' acidity, bad
breath flatulence at their
source,
was a drunken, lying bum !J" with a lamp Its reservoir half filled. BeSide Hen Dawn was trembling. Still, no one spoke until after old and enable, you to have the quick,

"Which, even If true, wouldn't matterso The wick was lighted and the shadows He 'put his arm about her and she Tim had said his say. He rose to his pleasant, successful elimination so

much, now. Once, it would have. of the room retreated. sagged against him. feet, a giant of a man In that low- necessary to abundant health.

A few weeks: ago, it might have. But "We seen the note," Jeffers muttered. "So I wouldn't, come back:, eh?" the ceilinged room. He eyed the clear Milnesia Wafers come in bottlesat

not now. .' Things have changedin "Dawn there, 'd come out. :We suspected man they had known as Martin cried wine in his glass and then looked about, 35cnnd GOc or in convenient tins

the Tincup country ; people have you were in trouble and-" and whirled to face her "I came, lifting it in a little gesture of saute( at 20c. Recommended by thousandsof

changed. There are dozens who'd "Never mind about me, now," Ben Dawn( I've come\ back to tell you "Well," he said. "Happj physicians. All good druggists

Jump at the chance to make troublefor broke in. that I'm not afraid. That my days!tIt carry them. Start using these pleasant

you, now, Brandon and-'' "But you're all that matters!" Dawn heart's clean. ." He gathered her [THE END.] tasting effective wafers today.
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your husband play the game Sporting
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!, Teacher-Listen ,Ito this sentence,
Tom. "The car was traveling GO milesan Reason for Craziness THEN AND NOW To Be in Keeping ,
hour." Can you parse It? "Claims to be related to me, does he?'I "Didn't he furnish his whole house

.Tom-Nope, but my dad's car can I Why, that man must be crazy." \ with second-hand staff?"-

"Yes, that's exactly what I thought. "Yes-he even married a widow.- I
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Office Boy-Some one to see you,
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Argument"The
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engage-
see him. Tell him I have .
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second novel?" peace the typewriter is mightier
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, Teacher-Tom, come here_ and give .
an' git well the slickest of any feller R
me what you've got in your mouth.
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"Were ;you ever a political boss?" ,
"Only In self-defense," said Senator Political Motion She-Yes. Sue had the nerve to sayI

l I Sorghum. "In politics out my way you "We must go either backward or for. was a lemon.
take choice either ward," said the positive: person.. He-You can tell her 1 wouldn't mind
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bossed." I I necessarily, said Senator Sor- being a squeezer
llubby-Buying what? ghum. "We can sidestep" case.

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS I FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1035
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SCHOOL NEWS ; I Nobody rides a bicycle on theI I the organization of a society for St. Lucie SpillwaysContinued Miami, were in town looking up the -

I sidewalks. that church. records of various properties prior I

I' Watch for the signal of the Safe- Mrs. Grover C. Poole, president to condemnatory proceeding. This ,
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Clewiston public school pupils are ty Patrol before crossing the high- of the Clewiston Aid led the ( from page 1) action will probably be started in

rejoicing over the fact that Mrs. way. They carry a red flag. ing ana Mrs. I. M. Pafford meet-I the entire cost of the spillways in a I Federal court very shortly. .

Mark Lawler and Principal TV. L. In a short time the members of secretary. Officers were few years. Mr. Johnson has been appointed .
Beacom have arranged a music the patrol will wear Sam Brown I the new society, Miss Bill Scoggins The' work was started under the assistant attorney general so as to .k\

schedule for Tuesday and Friday. belts. being the president. direct supervision of Associate Engi- handle this work. :..-LaBelle News. r

All pupils desiring to take music First Grade News Other Clewiston ladies attendingwere neer F. B. Ingersoll and when he

lessons may do so without missing Bobby Courson was absent on Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart, Mrs.J. was transferred to another location YOUTH ADMINISTRATION

any other classes. Friday. E. Beardsley, Mrs. A. V. South- soon after the work was turned 'over OFFICES IN SEBRING

The conservatory is conveniently The fifth grade Is very 'grateful ard, and Mrs. W. F. Simpson. I to Junior Engineer C. F. Trainor.
: for the two nice of sandwiches and This work as all of the other con-
located in what used to be the prin- to Mr. Mulkey Refreshments Sebring, Sept. 19 (FNSDistrict :
crete work has been under the .
cipal's office.Everyone ,1 benches for use In their room. lemonade were served by the Lake gen- offices for South Florida were
eral supervision of M. R. Lawler.
The children who have enrolled ladies
the I Harbor
appreciates
greatly
opened here last week for the Na-
County School Board having the I In kindergarten the past year are -
tional Youth Administration with
pianos tuned. ; making an excellent showing in the MRS.! H. R. HALL ENTERTAINS I LaBELLE NEWS William C. Sherrill formerly of

The County Board agreed In i first grade. 'I BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAY West Palm Beach in charge.

meeting Saturday, September 14, at We are sorry that we will be los- -- The Sebring office will serve as
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hendry and
Clewiston, that all children remain- ing Bill Digges soon. Mrs. H. R. Hall entertained her headquarters for the-' counties of
ing on the school grounds after ,i Third --GracIe Spelling Honor Roll I bridge club Wednesday afternoon. A small son, Ralph, Jr., visited with Pinellas, Hillsborough, Polk, Or-
Mrs. Mr. and
school hours remain at'their own Sue VonMach, LaDeen Peters, I Hendry's parents,
i copper kettle was awarded to Mrs. ange, Osceola, Brevard. Manatee
I Mrs. R. Roberts, at their home in
risk.We Lewis Blount. D. G. Alston as high score prize and I II Immokalee Saturday. I Sarasota, Hardee, DeSoto, High-
have heard complimentary re-! Fourth Grade News the low score prize, a linen hand-I lands, Okeechobee, Indian River
marks in regard to bugler Owen I' The fourth grade held a business I I kerchief went to Mrs. G. B. Thomas. Edward Bronson made a business St. Lucie, Charlotte, Glades, Martin

Winn, and the color guards, Treve-' meeting Tuesday morning after I Mrs.. T. B. Shelley made the lucky trip; to Moore Haven and Clewiston. Lee, Hendry, Palm Beach, Collier

lyn Moltz and Billy Owen. It is a chapel to elect members of the base- cut and received a box of stationery. 1 Saturday. Broward, Monroe and Dade.

beautiful sight to see the flag being ball team for the school term. Edgar 'I'1 Refreshments of shrimp salad, Rev. and Mrs. C. W. Alford and The National Youth Administration -

saluted as raised to the clear, sweet Hudson and Philip McLeod were crackers, cookies and iced tea w "reserved daughter, Colleen, returned Sunday I which was provided for by the

tones of the bugle. elected captains. The "Tigers" and to the following members of from a two weks visit in Mississippi. last congress, has for its objectsthe

William Johnson has kindly of- the "Bull Dogs" were the names the club: Mrs. Grover C. Poole, Mrs.I. Robert :Magill and Blitz Wegman benefitting of youths betweenthe

fered to be head of the lost and chosen by the respective teams. The M. Pafford, Mrs. G, ''B. Thomas I made a business trip to Clearwaterlast ages of 16 and 25. Under this

found department. All pupils losing lineup at present is as follows: Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. D. G. Thursday. program people of these ages will be
AIS-\\ L. O. Gravely and small sons, Bil-
ui[ finding anything are asked to Tigers:-Martin Waldron, p; Philip ton, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle ,and \ given assistance in attending high .
and Bobby, motored to Tampa
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consult with William; Johnson. He ,McLeod, c; Lawrence Guthrfe, lb; W. McDonald. school and college. Others of this
hopes to be able to please you by Eugene McKenzie, 2b; Billy Redel- I Saturday where they visited Mrs. age group 'will be placed upon work '

having, in his box at the office, ar",sheimer 3b; Billy Perry, rf; Peter I II Gulfport- Leaves Lake Gravely at the Memorial Hospital.. relief projects where they may helpto
[ Mr. Gravely reports that Mrs. Gravely -
M. is
ticles you have lost. 12:50 P. Parks, If. support their families.
the time to come to the office and i i Bull Dogs-Edgar Hudson, p; is improving rapidly.
about lost and found artic- lb For JacksonvilleThe Rev. Edwards of the Second Bap- I
inquire Joe Brewer, c; Esly Surgnier, ;
les. "- i! Matthew McKenzie, 2b; Ernest tist Church of Fort Myers will Guard Rail Prevents

Many lamentations are being expressed -!! Smith, 3b; Eric Belcher, rf. U. S. Engineer hydraulic speak at the Baptist Church Sunday.Mr. i J
Serious Car Wreck
and Mrs. B. F. Magill, Misses
that we shall lose our first i dredge "Gulfport" which has been
I Freda and Edith Magill, Mr. and
substitute teacher, Mrs. Grover MRS. GROVER POOLE AND working on the levee- on the south
Mrs. Harry Delaney and Mrs.Julia
Poole, as they are moving away. MRS. J. ,, BRUCE HONORED side of the lake for more than a year Moore Haven Democrat)
Wood motored to Groveland Satur-
Let's make an effort to keep the I was recalled to Jacksonville, this Jack Powell probably owes his life
the funeralof
'day where they attended
children off of the highway. Every-!' Mr. and Mrs. A. V." Southard entertained week to await assignment to some Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Carlson. to the steel guard rail erected along

body living south of the HighwayCelotex Monday evening honoring other job, following the completionof Mr. and Mrs. Sam Watson and the outside' of the first curve on

( : McKenzieville, Barracks Mrs. Grover Poole, who will leave patch-up levee work with which infant son have moved to Clewiston Highway 67 east of town.

etc.) should form the habit of coming -! for Ocala soon, and Mrs. J. W. she has been assisting the Welatka. where they will make their home. Saturday night while driving

down, Ventura Street or streets Bruce who left Wednesday for the Wednesday _afternoon the dredge II around the curve headed toward
Mrs. Carl E. Royer and daughter
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parallel to the highway as far as i same place where their husbands had arrived at Lock No. 2 in the St. Moore Haven, a radius rod dropped .
Patsy, left LaBelle Tuesday for Al-
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San Bonita Street (the street from are working with the U. S. Lucie, encountering no difficulty loose from the :Model A touring car
buquerque, New Mexico, where they
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the Laundry that passes by A. 0. neers on the Cross State Engi-j whatever on that portion of the he was driving and the car went
will remain for some time for their: '
Ward's home ,and across the high/ Michigan rummy was journey. Some trouble is anticipatedat health. out of control. He was apparently

way by Mrs. Roger 0's) during the evening.: Beautiful gifts I the lock but from there 'on to driving at a good speed for the car '

A member of the Safety Patrol were presented to the honor guests.A I home waters the dredge will have CONDEMNATION PROCEEDINGS bounced off the guard rail twice

will be stationed where this street i i salad plate was served to: Mr. : smooth sailing. FOR CANAL START SHORTLY before it hit an end post at a drive-

crosses the highway. Pupils should j i and MrsW.. M. Bradnack, Mr. and The Welatka is expected to finish way opening and ,ripped several sec-

wait for the signal of the member of j Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. Poole and within the next few days at Pahokee Another chapter In- the history of tions of the steel off the fence be-

the patrol to cross the highway. A Mrs. Bruce. !and will then head for the govern- the Caloosahatchee Canal is being fore it broke through and turned

member of the patrol will also be < ment slip In Clewiston. Officials written. While the I greater part of over on the slope. The momentum of

stationed on the Highway at San I LADIES AID ORGANIZED AT stated Wednesday, however, that it the right-of-way has been secured the car was checked by .the fence

Pedro Street (from the .Highway to 'LAKE HARBOR CHURCH was probable that the dredge would there are a number of properties not and when it turned over it was on- -

school by Mrs. McGehee's). The pu-;( not stop at Clewiston but would yet deeded over. ly a few feet down, the slope. Had it '

pils should be encouraged to use I A group of members of the Clew- head, directly for 'Mooie Haven. This week 'Ben Herr, of West not been for the guard rail the car

the side walks and stay out of the.iston Ladies Aid attended a meetingof Palm Beach, chief engineer of the would have plunged down the slope

streets. j I the Lake Harbor ladies at the Okeechobee Flood Control District, into the deep borrow canal.
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Remember: ] new Community Church there and Thcs. McE. Johnson, of the firm Powell was ,uninjured except for
i IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?
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