The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: December 27, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Visit Mill ThursdayFortyone On Christmas EveSt.


school teachers from Margaret's Catholic churchwas

COLD OF THIS WEEK ;Toledo'and Bowling Green, Ohio, N. R. S. DISTRICT filled at midnight to overflowing when the ChristmasEve chimes COMMUNITY TREEThe

travelling by chartered bus eta{ a
0 rang out to announce the beginningof
sight-seeing trip over Florida duringthe --- another Christmas Day and the
Community Christmas Tree
B. F. Brown, formerly state supervisor -
of the U. S. Sugar Company -
Christmas vacation, stopped in beginning of the annual high mass
stated today that damage suffered for the National Reemployment has been decorated in the park for
the continued Clewiston for some time Thursday. Service has been assigned to held at that time each year. The the past week just across from the
by cane during :
known the "Mass in F"and
cold weather of the month had been Their first visit was to the officesof Clewiston to act as Acting District mass was as Administration Building and on !

negligible, frosts having nipped the the U. S. Sugar Corporation where Supervisor, filling the vacancy cre- was beautifully rendered by the Christmas Eve, gifts, candy, nuts ''i
I church choir. and fruit dispensed to all of I
ated the recent death of "W. P. were
Benbow Farms last
cane leaves at all
issued visitors
they were
Dennis Small sang a special solo, the Clewiston children with appropriate !
of 31 Arledge.
Saturday when a temperature the mill and spent some time "0 Holy Night" and Miss MignonSt. exercises at the tree.
degrees was recorded there. Mr. Brown came here soon after !
there watching the manufacture of Mr. Arledge's death to Investigate Martin sang as a solo, "Veni Jesu The community tree Is an annual
Fearing that damage there might Amor Mi." The solo parts for the I
raw sugar. They ate luncheon at the conditions In the district, J.., N. custom sponsored by the American
be greater, cane cutters were drawn Inn and immediately after visited Blount, of Moore Haven at that time mass were sung by Mrs. Harry Legion and the Garden Club and; 'I

from other territories to cut the the levee and hurricane gate and re- acting as temporary acting super- Vaughn and John Kett 'with responses the drive: put on this year for sub
cane in the vicinity of the'Benbow' by the choir. Fr. F.,,J. Finnegangave '
ceived their first view of Lake Okee- visor which position he held duringMr. : scriptions to the fund was unusually -
camp and rush that part of the crop beautiful and inspiring I
Miami a ser-
will far successful. Latest
chobee., They go as as illness. He has remained figures showed
: Arledge's
i 1- the mill. It is believed, how- ;
through mon on the theme of Christmas.The .
and return to their homes in here almost constantly since that $185 had been pledged with.
ever, that it was a needless precau- time' for the opening of the second I!with the exception of trips on busi- mass was followed by bene- in a short time after the drive start
tion and that there appreciable -
to the was semester of their schools.' ness to Jacksonville. There Is every diction.. ed and enough was raised that not,

damage cane. likelihood, It is said, that'Mr. Brown not only were the children treatedbut <<

Remembering the freeze of last Mrs. Douglas ThompsonDies will be selected to fill the supervis- Cantata Sunday NightIs baskets were prepared for several
December, however, the company officials needy families.
or's position permanently after the
still are regarding the present There little aside
Greatly EnjoyedThe _
With PneumoniaMrs. first of the year.
cold weather apprehensively and
I from the actual dispensing of pres
With all of the work now In pro-
it is believed that If the
crops escape ents. Indeed there was no use for I
damage tonight that there will bea Douglas Thompson, 23, of gress on the Caloosahatchee River cantata, "The World's True a program' for it was the children's I
and the Re-employment Service
breathing spell, with warmer temperatures Clewiston died this morning at 2:35in Light" presented by the choir of the night and they were only interestedin i
ing charge of the placements, this
forecast. a Fort Myers hospital of double Community Church last Sunday evening the tree and Santa Claus' arrival I
division has become one of the most -
The majority of the cane cutters pneumonia contracted here on Wednesday in the High School auditor A piano was mounted on a truck and :
important in the state. The Moore
and other: crop workers put on at December 18, just a week Haven office has been closed and ium was a complete success in every a mixed chorus from the Community I
the beginning of the season will re- before Christmas. Mrs. Thompsonwas way but the inclement weather Church choir sang several carols, after 1
consolidated with the district office
ceive their first paychecks next Sat- taken to Fort Myers the day held down the attendance consider- which Santa Claus came driving !
here. Mr. Blount who
was managerof
urday, January 4, the office force I after she was taken sick but every I that office will be employed hereas ably and for the benefit of those who up in a truck laden down with the ,
having decided to forego the New medical attention failed to save her were unable to attend the cantata 'gifts for tie children. t
I chief interviewer.Due .
Year holiday so that the payday, will life. will be presented again next Sunday .The night was one of the most i
not be delayed.Weather I' to the recent ruling wherebymen night at the same place and at the pleasant of any this week and the I
The deceased Is survived by her laid off government payrollswere I
same hour. crowd which attended was large. W.
husband, who is a time-keeper for allowed to sign relief rolls and
Those who braved the downpourof C. Owen and Joe Robbins had charge
Forecast Is the U. S. Sugar Company, one son, seek employment on other projects, tree.
for the .
Douglas, Jr., 3, her parents, Mr. and Mr. Brown states that a great manyof rain and cold weather to attend arrangements I

For Warmer WeatherThe Mrs. Solon B. Crews, of Fort Myers,' them who are eligible for the the cantata were loud In their praiseof

0' ,":,; :. two\sisters, Mrs. E..C, Mills, of Clew- work ,have been placed:on positions. the excellent musical talent displayed SundaySchool Tree

iston and Miss Alma Crews of Fort More men'' are needed on some:; ,of by those taking part and the

frost forecasting service for Myers and one brother: Leland the jobs on the river at this time capable management and directionof At Church MondayThe

South Florida in Lakeland and the Crews, of Lakeland Mr. and 'Mrs. and Mr. Brown says he is ready to J. E. Beardsley, who has devoted

U. S. Weather Bureau promise relief Mills and Mr. Thompson have spent furnish the men as soon as arrange- a great deal of time during the past I
from the cold weather which has almost the entire time at the hospital ments have been made by the con- two months toward making the mu- Sunday-school children of the I
. sical Christmas a success.In Community church ,enjoyed their an- i
prevailed throughout the month of since "Mrs. Thompson was removed tractor for housing them. program
l I "o December over the week-end but there and had been gone only a few -------. a production in which every 'nual Christmas tree and visit from i

4\) continued cold is forecast for to- minutes this morning when the end PERFECT BRIDGE HAND one taking part did unusually wellit Santa on Monday night on accountof

night over the entire peninsula. A came. VERY SELDOM: SEEN is difficult to name the outstanding the community tree in the park

low pressure area is said to be Mrs., Thompson moved to Clewis- -- selections on the program. How- Christmas eve.

spreading over the midwest and is ton from Fort Myers the first of this Miss Livonia Congdon, who a few ever there seemed to be 'three num- A program of recitations, songs
expected to arrive in Florida 'tomorrow month to join Mr. Thompson who weeks ago held a perfect bridge bers which everyone agreed were unusually and a playlet was given by the children -

.,' ," bringing cloudy skies and came here in November for the start hand in clubs may be fairly sure well rendered "Silent Night" with several selections by the

,.,., warmer weather. I;Hof the harvest season. Although res-' that no one will outdo her here for sung by the chorus in the preliminary choir. Following the program Santaarrived
Although temperatures have not time to for statisticianswho "The LightOf and dispensed candy and l
',- ; idents of this city such a short, time ome come part of the program,
reached the low points of other they were well known to many Clew- have figured out how often such Men" 'a baritone solo by R. N. fruit to all of the children. c

:rears the record for continued cold hands are likely to appear have Smith assisted by the chorus and the
iston people, Mrs. Thompson, as
weather is expected to set an all stated that thirteen of one suit is soprano solo, "The Virgin Birth" by Crops Being Picked ;
time record for the state for Da- Miss Hazel ,Crews, having been found only' once in about 450 billion Mrs. Magda Potter.

,, '. cember. Cool weather started before raised in LaBelle. hands and the chance of another appearing Those who witnessed the cantataon Despite Recent ColdThe

the first of the month and there The body Is being prepared for In the same suit of clubs Is Sunday night have advertised it
has been few really warm days of four times remote.
course as
burial by the Powell Funeral Home well during the week and there are which
cold weather
since. Bridge players dream of such no doubt a great many who will be December
t& .':. The lowest far of Fort Myers and interment will has done so much damage to cropsin
.:" '-.'. temperature so recorded -I hands and quite often hands are present next Sunday night to hear
"'0':'0\,,'.. ,. here was Monday morning be made there Sunday afternoon dealt containing ten, eleven or the second rendition. The program other sections, has so far, teen '1

when the- mercury dropped to 31 I with funeral services at the Powell twelve of a suit but the thirteenth is '1 will be exactly the same except for a most considerate of Clewiston and ,
: degrees, just one degree below here are picking crops this If
chapel at two o'clock. always very elusive. [ minor change or two. growers
I freezing and was at that point for r week when harvesting opera'! ions I

such a- short time that little dam- are almost at a standstill elsew' ere '
I done the chill number of beans )have I'
age was except by Quite a
winds. Last Saturday morning when !I ,I
I freezing temperatures were recorded More About Townsend Plan'- I;

at several points around the lake Miner.and J. E. Beardsley are ship I

_t and even several degrees below the ping a carload today to New York

v thermometer here registered 37 degrees An Editorial from the Leesburg CommercialIf markets. Beans shipped recently to !

at the U. S. Sugar Company's New York were sold there yesterday i
laboratory. A low of 38 was recorded for $5.75. These were very good ;

this morning. there is ,anything else that in- ing campaigns, second nationally : be mistaken you will agree that it beans and were grown on Ritta Is- I

terests as many people right now as only to the question of whether you Is more likely to ''work than you had land. The quality of the beans pick- i

: Business Good Locally does the Townsend revolving old- like the New Deal or prefer Hoover's at first imagined. Your figures ed is not so good as if they had not :

age pension plan, we, haven't heardof "rugged individualism." would probably cause some confus I been struck by cold winds and light

::" During Holiday Season it. Our first editorial on the sub- So we have decided that editorial ion to those who do not thoroughly I frosts but due to the small ship-, I
:' fo understand the Townsend Plan and ments of beans at this time from
: '. ject, although passing notice largely space devoted the Townsend planis :
among local folks, has reverbera- valuable to our readers, even If I for that reason I will try to give youa any section they ,are expected to
: Clewiston merchants report unusually tions from far and near. We ack- the very nature of the discussion different view on the subject. bring a good price. If no further cold

s i. good business during the nowledged information from the east means that the discourses must be I realize that you as an editor weather interferes in the meantime I

;-, Christmas buying period and as 'it coast. We have had other volunteer lengthy. And, on that basis, we have would find it a physical impossibility there will be two or three cars of

'. is commonly felt that the amount I. informants. Meanwhile, we have decided to publish here a letter we to read all of the isms and oddities English peas shipped from this area

a'. of money spent by shoppers at the written our own estimate and analysis received from Gainesville, answering that come along, but I believe the'first of next week. Peas stand

t Christmas 'shopping season Is 'a fair of the proposed legislation on the ours of several weeks ago, although that you overlooked a bet when you a great deal more cold than do
Ii barometer for measuring the business plan and from this we have had I i what we have printed since blunts decided that the Townsend Plan was beans but in the event of a damaging '

I'; I :, of the coming year, they feel some quick reactions.One I the. sabre of that gentleman who unimportant. Therefore you could freeze they might be seriously hurt.

'i... that 13L3.6 should be a most prosperous reason we have had from I professes to put us right. Here is I not be as well posted as you woul Tomatoes in the townsite have f
i I one. more than half a dozen sources is the letter: have been had you analyzed the plan not been damaged to any appreciable -
" ,From nearly every section comes, congratulations upon having the Leesburg CommercialEditor.Dear more thoroughly.You degree by the cold but are at a !

the same report of improved condi- courage to go In and analyze something Sir: I base your objections on the standstill In development. As long

," and freer spending of money that most editors are very I read your editorial In regards to assumption that Leesburg would not as the cold continues they are expected -

if'giving, rise to the belief that the de- wary'of approaching. It Is distinctly your doubts as to the feasibility of transact a business of $60,000,000from to remain somewhat dormant

; pression is definitely ended and that indicative of Leesburg Commercial the Townsend Plan, and judging which you might derive your and continue their growth when

:, ', .:, conditions will be restored to normalby editorial: policy for us to inform our- from the tone of your remarks I am $100,000 per month or $1,200,000per warmer weather starts. Some,, of the

.:. 7'" 19 37.tt self as soon as possible upon any convinced that you are a square year with only 2 per cent transaction fruit picked several days ago and
: : ,: Clewiston has so far been very Important question and give the! shooter 'and open to conviction. I : tax to pay 500 old persons stored is not ripening.Dr. .

,( 1 fortunate In escaping the cold wea- readers of our paper our opinion, really do not think that you hare $200 each month. Under the Town- /
:;,":: ther which has done :wide-spread whether that squares with popularity visualized the entire scope and intent send Plan you would not take a unitor and Mrs. 'E. R. Morlan, Miss
'- damage In other parts of the lake or puts us out in the coldoutof of this plan and I' have faith initial $60,000,000 on which to Oleta Rountree and Isom Finch of

? t.. section and many crops have been the social register, as It were. enough in your fairness to believe levy this tax for this reason: The Moore Haven were thedinner guests
sold with an unusually. good returnto And we consider this Townsend plan: that when I have pointed out to you Townsend Plan is a revolving plan ot Capt. and :Mrs. F. D. King Thursday -

the grower. one Of the paramount Issues !in com. some of the reasons why you might (Continued On Pace fc) eV'Poh1i-! _... ... 4


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J. LEWIS, president of the
JOHN -"----- --------
News Review of Current I Mine Workers and head' of IMPROVED

BRISBANE the "r .hel"! committee on industrial or- UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL

ganization that is seeking to gain con-

World Over trol of the American Federation of La- 1 )
Events the
THIS WEEK bor, Invited President William Greenof SUNDAY LessonBy lJ

the federation to resign and accept

\ chairmanship of the committee. In a
letter to Lewis, Green declared that he Member of Faculty Moody Bible
Alas One Rich Man Only
President's Defense of AAA and Canadian Treaty-Italy ,never had associated himself with any Institute of Chlcaco.
Western Newspaper Union.
Gasoline Is King, minority, seeking to split the A: F. of

All the Ships She Wants .: Offered, Peace Plan at Ethiopia's Expense-Naval' L., and ne\'er would do so. He mildly .

Senator Borah's View .: Seems Hopeless: rebuked the Insurgents by saying that Lesson for December 29
Conference ; :, he himself "In
Only one solitary American citizen :- a spirit of good sports-
;0"J..') '- :. > manship'took It on the chin" whenever
had a net Income above $5OOOOQO.last REVIEW: SIGNIFICANCE OF THE
year, and they wee By EDWARD W. PICKARD he had found himself outvoted In the EXILE AND THE RESTORATION
A. F. of L.
59-cent dollars. The, @ Western Newspaper Union. .' ,
\ : t man did not realizeIt GOLDEN TEXT-The mercy of the
the United -States Supreme -.ish Foreign Secretary Sir Samuel DMINISTRATION Lord Is from everlasting to everlastingUpon
perhaps, but be WHILE officials state '
them that fear him, and' his right
will realize It lateras was hearing oral argumentsIn Hoare and Premiei .Laval, ,was,.based that' President Roosevelt will ask eousness unto children's children. Psalm

inflation, which. the Hoosac Mills 'case' In which the on the proposal that Italy should retain the ,new congress; for a ,$100,000,000 approprIation 103:17.: '

is now a fact, :becomes constitutionality of, the whole Agricultural part of the territory already' conquered as the initial fund, to PRIMARY TOPIC-How' God Restored

known to rK... .- Adjustment net ,In Ethiopia, chiefly :n north launch the federal' social security pro- His JUNIOR People.TOPIC-How God RestoredHis

.W alL was attacked. : and de- western TIgre province, Including gram going 'into effect January 1. The! People,

fended, President' Adowa but 'not the sacred city of Ak- fund Is to'be distributed among; the INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR

Who the last, Roosevelt ,was in Chi scm, and that the Italian Somallland states for the needy old] aged In the 'TOPIC-Learning From Great Men.

cago seeking to justifythe border should be, ,rectified. In return, form and YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT
\ ; lonesome, remote, of pensions, for maternity TOPIC:, God's Providence In History.
\unfriendly, melancholy 'entt're' New'Dcal Ethiopia would be, given a seaport, 'child welfare, and to aid the bl nd.. .

five-mlllion-, farm program. He:addressed either In Eritrea or In British or State commissioners and public welfare The method of review must be de-

dollar-a-year-man Is the American French territory. Thus poor Ethiopia, directors were summoned to termined by the teacher. The gradeof

k' may not be told. Farm Bureau federation already 'declared by the League of Na- Washington bythe social security the_ class, the aptitude[ of the scholars -

_, The law forbids in the International tions to be' a victim ,)f Italian rapacity, board to' discuss formulation of regula- ,and the genius of the teacher are

--, ., Arthur Brl.bnnc publishing incometax Amphitheater at "ould'be still'l further victimized with tions and procedure.. features to be considered. For senior

names, ,but the governmenf tells l:' the stock yards and the consent of the two great powers and ,adult classes, the following sug-
'" heard and en- that dominate the league. Presumably,
there. Is and only one. was 'ations'are
one made.
you N. rioting In Cairo, dl-( g
1- George, thusiastically applaud- If Emperor Halle Selassie r fuses''th CONTINUOUS
That "last rose" of depression's sum- Peek British control of I. Study the Lessons of the Quar-
-ed by ,some 25.000 terms and decides to continue his '
mer must look: around him, sad-eyed, : Egypt, attacks on English soldiers and ter as Illustrating the Philosophy of
farmers and as others as could fight for the territorial inviolability
mourning over his, old companions, many smashing of street cars and shop windows History in God's Dealings With His
get into the theater and adjoining guaranteed by the league covenant, he
withered and strewn. forced Premier People In Their, Captivity and Restora-
wings supplied with loud speakers. will be abandoned to his fate.
Nessim Pasha and his tion.
The farm the Presidentsaid Dispatches from Dessye, Ethiopia,
program ,
What Is Important today may be' cabinet to decide to Assignment of topics should be made .. ,
,- aimed to "stop the rule] of tooth said the. emperor rejected the Franco-
nothing tomorrow; what was nothing resign. The rioters demanded at least one week in advance. Only r
and claw that threw farmers.into bank British plan, asserting: r:?
yesterday may become all Importantnow. the restoration -, adult classes could] be expected to use \
ruptcy or turned them into serfs. As "The Ethiopian government cites Its
Once man was helpless without of the constitu- this method. The following subjects
evidence that it Is succeeding, he asserted previous declarations, notably] that of
,his horse, camel, ox, yak, ass. mule, tion of 1923 and the might be assigned :
that farm Income "has Increased October S, to show that Ethiopia never
. reindeer, dog sled or tame elephant. ministers pleaded with Why God permitted Israel to go Into
nearly, $3,000,000,000 In the past two wished and does not wish war But '
i' Now; in civilization, they mean little Sir Miles Lampson,
and half today we bound to defend soil exile.What
r. a years are our ,
while Lloyd George tells you, "Oil is British high commissioner cure the exile effected for Is-
decisive Necessarily Mr. Roosevelt defended which Italy has violated. >4 y '
the factor In the Abyssinian to his rael. .
the new Canadian trade treaty because "Ethiopia agreed at the time of the" give consent -
campaign. Of the, great powers lie was obdurate I What changed d views of life resulted
canva'ssed. only two days before that pact had Paris conference and the meeting of f
whose attitude Is being that In his refusal until' f-om the exile.
; been bitterly attacked by his late trade the 'League of Nations committee of Fuad.. '
King ;
" of King Gasoline is'mo t important. Nessm| Pasha announced '. The bearing of the exile upon
adviser George N. Peek. five to all concessions tits
; comparable
t: Without oil, Mussolini cannot win his that he would but prophecj
quit yielded
"Just as I am confident," said the dignity, to a avoid Italian aggression, ; -
war; with oil, victory Is certain. then to avoid disorders 'sImilar to The relationship of divine chastenIng -
President "that the of but that
great masses aggression has been committed. -
. to divine love.II. .
those 'WI9.Tlierefore .
: city people are fair-minded, so.i. ,am We cannot,submit to force which
: .
at the naval conference
Japan Character
with the Study ,
: of Great
eure'that the great majority of American we never provoked, because that would'be .
,. consider nothing less than a' 'battle the
Britain King Fuad signed a royal decree Assign outstanding heroes of the
farmers will be fair in their judg- rewarding violence,
t, fleet as big as any the United States restoring constitutional quarter's lessons to, members of the
ment of the new treaty."If ,Since Mussolini showed a disposi- govern-
:r may build! ;.no 5-5-3 ratio. the calamity howlers should tion to consider the proposals, the oil ment; and the cabinet members with- class to have them report. This assignment =

:. ,,' No American should Object to that, drew, their resignations. The constitution should be made at least one
happen to be right, you have every as- embargo was postponed to permit ne
:ic .. If Japan, can afford it. It Is not the thus restored provides'for'a week in advance. Some of the outstanding -
surance that Canada and the United gotiations. If he rejects the plan the
,; size of the fleet that counts. Unfortunate characters for consideration
senate and chamber of deputies and
States will join In ,correcting Inequalities embargo would go Into effect later '
Spanish grandees In charge of but I do ,not believe for a single takes control Egypt's internal} affairs are Isaiah, Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Daniel,

r r the great Armada could testify to that, moment that the calamity howlers are completely out of British hands. It Nehemiah, Ezra, Zerubbabel' and

after they met Elizabeth's small fleet right. PROBABLY with slight hope of accomplishing does not, however, affect Britain's con- M&lachl.

r'i; and big sea captains. "We export: more agricultural prod- anything worth while, trol of Egyptian. foreign affairs, nor the III. Summary of Contents.

' Also, there 'Is"1 the fact that If real ucts to Canada than we have importedfrom representatives of the United States, British, military_,protectorate. This is 'a method- readily usable at

j".;...- :.., : warstarted, above the clouds and her. Great Britain, France and Japan met I all times, and it can be adapted to

'" under water, every fighting nation "We shall continue to do so, for the r nt in London and openedthe Republicans most, of the grades. The following suggestions

;'. would hide Its battleship targets out f very simple reason' that the United International naval. POLITICIANSespecially were greatly interested,in a meetingIn are made for the carryingout

. .,. ,. 'of airplane sight, In safe harbors; States, with Its larger area of agrIcultural conference. Italy also Washington between former Vice of this method :

';" many battleships or'few would- make land, its more varied climate: and was represented President Charles ,Curtis and Senator Lesson 1. The prophecy of IsaiahIs
only as an observerand the grand center of the Old Testament -
/"T 1,> no difference. its vastly greater population, producesfar Borah, and its possible Implications.
,listener. Prime It pictures the Servant of Jehovah '
more of most agricultural ,products, r Curtis Insisted to the, press that he Is ')..
Senator Borah tells over the micro-,' Including animal products, vegetables Minister Stanley Bald- still advocating the nomination of Gov. I with great wisdom gloriously t ;",.'

',:--: phone what the country needs: and fruit, than ,does Canada. win welcomed the delegates Alf Landon of Kansas for the PresI- executing the divine purpose of re"I'
:J : the In a smooth address demption, at the cost of great suffer ;
Support of Constitution ; a fightagainst : "In the case of the few reductionsthat dency, but the Idaho senator Is himserC
:: those who would undermine so asking the ,chief ing.
have been made, quota limitations a leading possibility for that honor.
;: The destruction" of monopoly without sea powers to lessen Lesson 2. Before he was born, Jeremiah -
are set on the amount that may be Curtis had recently had a conferencewith '

t'; necessarily enacting new legislation.An ,brought In at the lower rates." -" J_ some of their demandsAdmiral Landon in Topeka, but he said was ordained by God as a prophet -
to "avert the calamity to the nations. He so really tookto
An end tocrop restriction. I
In his analysis of the Canadian there was no connection between that
of unrestricted naval heart the doom which awaited his
:' Senator Borah restriction has
"., .' says agreement, Peek showed that S4 percent Nagano and his call on Borah.
i. competition. people that he wept sorely.
always failed In depression ever since
of the tariff concessions which The ex-Vice President said of the
r"' the days of 'Roman Norman H. Davis offered President Lesson 3. Jeremiah stood in the
the New Dealers granted to Canada nomination :
) Roosevelt's suggestion of a 20 per cent gate of the temple In order that the
'J.' were on agricultural, and forestry products ,"I have no second choice, but a,
reduction In existing naval treaty ton- multitudes might hear him. He told
.' Mr. Lamont du Pont receives the
He also showed that the articleson lot depends on what happens at the
;,', chemical and metallurgical engineer- nage, or, failing that, a continuanceof the people that God required them to
which the New Dealers
granted tarIff convention. I have the highest regard
JJ. Ing award for the greatest chemical amounted mllllo'njoUars present fleet limitations. amend their ways, solemnly warning
reductions to' 303 for the senator. I'm for Landon, whb
t achievement of the year-the Then arose Admiral OsamI Nagano, them of impending judgments.:
: ( In 1S)29::! whereas Canada in return Is, well equipped to run, after givingus
t}; : scale production of synthetic rubber.If had granted concessions on arti- chief of the Japanese delegation, and an economic administration In Kansas Lesson 4. While Belshazzar and his
told the 'conference that Japan de- lords were engaged in drunken revelry ]-
!r and blockade this
war came, country cles valued at only 245 million dollars -something we need here In Washington -

;,:' would be ,at, the mercy of foreigners After completing his speech and' eat- manded parity with Great Britain and more now than ever before." the mysterIous hand recorded the
; the United States Instead 'of the exist- divine judgment. There is a coming
for Its rubber supply, an absolute ing luncheon with a lot of local nota

'';:,: necessity of modern civilization and bles the'President went to South Bend, .ing 5-5-3 ratio and requested a "just day of judgment.
-ii' and fair agreement on disarmament. CARLOS MENDIETA resigned as, Lesson 5. Because of Judah's apostasy -
I h::,: war. Ind. where he received an honorary
" -, degree from Notre Dame universityand After several ,days of discussion and of Cuba because of a God permitted the Babylonians

,' The scientific news, gruesome but delivered another address., debate, the Japanese demand for paritywas fierce quarrel In the government ov'er to destroy Jerusalem and take the

f, Important, tells you that the eyes of flatly rejected by the delegates of procedure fojr the election of a con- Jews into captivity.
I' the dead can supply transparent- the American Farm Bureau the four other nations. stitutional president. Mendieta had Lesson G. Ezekiel sets forth personal -

BEFORE The pessimistic feeling that held the office for two years. Secretary On his It wasto
j", sue from the cornea useful In curing closed Its convention In prevailed -
r ; "' blindness In the 11 'ing. Tissue from Chicago, it, adopted a resolution en- was attributed to the Japanese of State Barnet'took over the hear God's word and to sound forth '

e' dead eyes has been successfully trans-, dorsing reciprocal trade treaties. To demand for parity, the rivalry In the office and reappointed all members ol the warning. The people's responsi- \

: planted to living eyes, and there) js 'avoid dissension,, the resolution did not Mediterranean between France. and the cabinet, and preparations for the bility was to hear and obey. 1,.e

" hope of thus curing certaIntyp'es' of: mention specitically'.the recent trade Italy, the war In ,Ethiopia anj'Its sanc- election went ahead.NonTII Lesson 7. Though Israel went into i

t blindness. tions developments recent captivity as a chastisement, In due
-agreement between Canada and the '
: ',' rences' In north China. Any one of time the Lord restored them. In due
United CHINA autonomists .
States lowered the dutyon sup-
j' which might wreck the conference. time God will make good his covenant
England' has always acted like one many farm products coming In over by the Japanese armies,

i', "walking on eggs" In dealing with Ja- the northern' border. evidently are too much for the Nan- agreement with the Jews.

I pan, but she does say that Japan's Another' of the resolutions" adopted JOHN H. HOEPPEL. congressmanfrom king government, of which Chiang Kai- Lesson S.- God used these prophets

proposed seizure of Chinese territory J California, and his to stir up the people to build God's .
at the meeting concerned "federal son, shek has now become the premier. Tha

..," "harms the prestige of Japan and ham- fiscal policies." Indicating their uneasiness Charles, were found guilty by a juryin provinces of Hope! and Chahar, with 4 house.Lesson.

pers the, development' of friendly future over the mounting' federal the District of Columbia Supreme population of 30,000,000 or more, have \ 0. Ezra was commissionedto

;'. relations between Japan and her deficit, the farmers recommended that court of conspiring to sell an appointment been granted virtual self-rule under apolitical lead the people to forsake their sins

friends." the fiscal policies of the ,government : to West Point, for $1,000. They. council. The central govern and return to God. ,

were released on bail pending motion made three stipulations Lesson 10. On hearing of the dIstress -
.. be modified, and that "its revenues ment only
t.f'. Walter C. Teagle, head of Standard' shall be increased, and that its expen. for a new' trial. Hoeppel was electedto that Nanking would continue to control of his brethren In Jerusalem,

Oil of New Jersey, did not make a ditures shall be decreased, to the end congress In the Roosevelt landslideof the new state's foreign affairs, finan- Nehemiah took the matter to the LordIn

deal to supply Mussolini with all his that within the next few years a bal 1932 from the' Seventeenth California cial, military and judiciary matters; prayer. The Lord gave him favor

oil for thirty years, casually arranging ance shall be attained." district, and was le-elected In 1934. that all appointments would be made with the king permitting him to go

to finance the Italian oil market to He Is fifty-four old his back to build the walls of Jerusalem,
up would
The federation also approved a res- ;years ; son Is by Nanking, and, that there be

S300.000.000. Mr. Teagle says so, andIt olution' pledging Itself to defend the twenty-one. no actual Independence for the area. bearing credentials of authority from
Is so. But when the wise John the king.
D. Agricultural Adjustment administration No machinery, was provided ,to prevent ,
Rockefeller once said, "I want to Lesson 11. The method used In
see" act. The meeting offered no serious L. BERRY, industrial co- the new council from doing exactly -
my managers, their desks cleared] and GEORGE bringing the people back to God was
criticism of the .act, but asked found 'great difficulty In as It pleased under Japanese protec-
the reading of the Word of God
their feet the desks to
on studying how
that, Its administration! be simplified.The mustering his proposed industrial coun- tion and guidance.
to make money for Standard Oil," he them. Because the Word was made
delegates, representing a paid cil, In which many great IndustriaJgroups
had men like Walter Teagle in mind. plain to the people they repented of
up membership of 300,000 farmers In had refused participate. The HAUPTMANN, convicted of their sins.

37 states;, re-elected Edward A. O'Nealof Initial session of his conference brokeup BRUNO 'and murdering the Lindbergh tr. ,
-' In Georgetown British Guiana, a Lesson 12 Malaehi. as an aid to
Alabama president of the federa- In disorder amid shouts of ."liar"
baby, lost almost his last chanceof
Nehemiah in reforms
clergyman effecting
kindly ,
sprinkled a tiny pointed
negro tion for term of two
a years. and threatened fist fights. Further
doings the electric chair when
born escaping out the sins of the
baby, just naming him "Roose people. lIe set
", were postponed for a week or more the Supreme court refused to review
velt elassle Caleb The boy's parents, forth a day of judgment when right-
descepdants of slaves, say the name ITALY Is being punished for starting I and most of the delegates went home, his case. The decision was made eous retribution would be meted out

against Ethiopia, and will declaring they wanted nothing to do through the single word "Denied."
was chosen to honor "the greatest man to the wicked: and rewards given to
In the world President Roosevelt," be well paid for stopping It. That In a with a permanent council which might Hauptmann's attorneys had an- the faithful. -

The little baby may wonder later nutshell is the status at this 'writing. lead to further government Interfer- nounced'' previously that, In the eventa We (have now concluded our monthsof

why his parents dragged In Halle Great Britain and France reached an ence with private business. The labor review was refused, they would seek study In the Old'Testament will

Selassie, In whose empire slavery still agreement as to the offer to be madeto unions stood by Berry, hoping his pro a new trial If new, evidence could be with the new year enter upon a study

exists as a major Industry. Mussolini before the imposition of gram would aid their plans for a 30- found and would appeal for a commutation of the Gv iJ>2: ctf Luke

(D King Features Syndicate, Inc. an oil embargo, s'e't for December 12. hour week and government licensing" of of the death sentence to life imprisonment \ ).

WNU Service, This plan for peace, drawn up by Brit: I all Industry. )



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Human Sacrifice Still of.the impossibility. escaping horn 1, ISLANDS BEING BUILT I
Prevalent in New Guinea age. .
"Xe\er mind; Your I Excellency
Volcanoes are still building the t' I
:3YC -- remarked Beethoven. "Perhaps these up
Sacrifice of human beings} to American Farther West. Kilaueaand
tt propitiate homages are meant for me -From
,'*!' the spirits of wind and-water Anecdotes on Goethe. Mokuaweoweo on the Island of I

I ;, rf was witnessed by' a British patrol Hawaii, Intermittently pour forth ;

I ..' officer in Papua, according to his 'report lava, continuing the process that !
-re ently submitted In Port Or CounterfeitingSome formed the Hawaiian Islands. Eruptions I

Iore$by. The government has or- people make money even far from driving people away. I

\L dered that the rite cease. The offi- when' times'-are<' :' hard., That's talent. I attract thousands to the scene. .'I
cer said the rite is traditional. The :

victim may be either a man or 'a '

woman, and is. always a; member .How Calotabs Help Nature \

another tribe,. .found. alone' In the

., i swamps.To the accompaniment. ; I/of. dancing ''-I' TcrThrow: Off a Bad Cold !!

the of drums
.. singing and; beating
Y. .y4 Y+;j the victim Is'ldlIed. and the body, cut Millions have;!ound in Calotabs Second Calotabs are diuretic to the
aid in the treatment kidneys, the eliminationof
"with full Some .mQs "va\uable\ : promoting
up 'ceremony. parts 'of colds.: They take pne or'two tab- cold poisons from the system. Thus
of the body are eaten;, others ,ar.e lets the. first night and repeat the Calotabs serve the double purpose of .
hi \ A preserved as' trophies. The upper third or,,fifth night if needed. 'a purgative and diuretic, both of I
part of the skiill-'Is retained by the' Hpw do 'Calotabs .help Nature which are needed in the treatment (
throw off a cold? First, Calctabs is of colds. ..;
chief and the lower jawbone isthe,,
,one of the most thorough and dependable Calotabs are quite economical; :t
perquisite of his second in commanhl.With of-all intestinal eliminants, only twenty-five cents for the family ).
these trophies .slung on cords' thus cleansing the intestinal tract of package, ten cents for the trial

round the necks of their leaders''tfie the germ-laden\. mucus and toxines. package.. (Adv.1(* .>f.I

raiders believe they cannot lose. 'I. I I'I

:rKV-F' !' { : Beethoven Would Appease-' : : ,_ : : .

Goethe's Anger; at Homage''

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Goethe and Beethoven were' taking sensitive skins '
Tender, easilp irritated, require -
:, ,' the 'cure at Carlsbad. They spent
a toilet that will do more than
much time together but as they were t
always followed by crowds. ad- 'merely cleanse. It must keep the skin in

mirers they chose the most solitary good condition, freeing it from all cause of

<;; .\ 'Y +'!r',: spots for their walks. Soon however I irritation. Cnticnra Soap contains the

their retreat was discoveredand I delicately medicated: emollient properties of '

passers-by respectfully stopped and dition of healthful cleanliness.Price .
+ took their hats off. This irritated
nu3Kk.t 74 .' y'fi y W+f { r/ wY,?Rq o Goethe terribly, and he complained I 25c. Sold at all druggist %


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( NEWSBOY'S ) O SEES BELLS O 33ciT. .,"'\\1;11 1

C GREETING ) GROUN'D ; GZUP' 'T1ES .'. 'i ]!
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C ) \ CVERV town nnd village 1:
The bells do ring,
By ) O'er'oods nnd grass and tillage CE'At
!': ( Hey ding n dins, : ..1
: ;\' : Ringing for joy to start the week again, i.1i
;:r'.:, :,..-. '. WAS:: a frosty morning in the days And call nil Christian men 1Y, : {f ik .. #f G:.Yf '': ..} ':? iI i I
i, To pray nnd Praise and sing iI I Iv
s.:" ;;; I IT of Franklin stoves. The paper Ii I I

:':: carrier, a small boy wrapped In Then loll your ropes with vigor. .;I
f .y. a red and black striped muffler his And watch your ways > : : ,
'. To thread \\'lth'strlctest rigor ;1
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':' : : nose and eyes showing beneath a castoff >
; The noisy maze:: ;
e':: t.' plush cap of his father's, and wearing Keep In jour heart the Ore of youth :i"

". : a nondescript coat once big;, broth- alight. ...
er's slipped in the door of the hard- That he who rings aright I ; I
.. Slay ring In happy days.
.' ', ware store with.: an armful of newspapers -
0 '
lie blew his cold breath In And ,,'e who hear the bells ring :r:. I
'., : 'r, the chili air and held his hands to therapidly With nil their might
,' A* they do say! the angels sing
heating stove. '
Both day and night,
Only then did he muster nerve to
Praise we the men who built our belfries
fish in the coat pocket hanging near high:
. his knees, and to proffer with the That music from the sky
Might! sound' for our delight.
NdrI i morning:. paper aew Year'a: card Stcnart Wilson In "The Queen.", .. ..Aigi
.,' elaborately printed in two or three I ;
tJ colors of Ink and decorated with a William ,d
Henry Clay' over Henry Harrison
variety of borders, rules and sizes and
and end with this verse:
styles of type. -w.i..err.r.rd.+uu.awb.4..arlmnvGNn.vriiAririla :::::?; '::::': f

: This he offered shyly, with a retreating The Ladles Fair! God bless them all, f
motion toward the door. The Will raise the swelling lay

hardware dealer ganced over his And The help ball us for onward Henry roll Clay.the ball- r/ MUD OR SNOW' I

spectacles, looked at the greeting as Thus when you revel In your hall, O 0 S
".',. it surprised and exclaimed : "Well Midst mirth and laugh and Joy
<:.,: .," well Henry but this is nice. Thank At how you nobly "rolled the ball WITHOUT; CHAINS f..
Think of the Carrier Boy.
\.' ': J'ouand here's a, dime." western Newspaper Union ,

": Henry left the stove's increasing

7"" .. -_4.-.:, varmth with more haste than usual. O CLEANING

'" ..", .. In ,order to make his New Year's call New Year's ."Kissing Day" THIS new tire solves winter
:- Miss Mattie milliner and dealer I

: upon 0
in West Canada
Long Ago
.. in 'thread needles and buttons. -"S J
for farmers. When
With her and with others on his route N gW YEAll'S day was "Kissing driving problems
,:',; day" in the old days of the Cana- FOR CARS .
;::' ''- I dian West. Of all the white man's and truck with
: equip car
:/: 4.40/4.50/ 785 you your it
J I II holidays, this wasthe one that appealed 47550019. . .. .. .. 8.50 ,
III most to the aborigines of the
4.50/4.75/5.00-20 ,. .,. 8.35 Firestone Ground Grip Tires you l''
.. country, says the Edmonton (Alta)
Journal. Perhaps this was because 5.25/5.50-17; . .. .. 1O.55 ,

New Year's day was given over to 52555018. . .. ., .. 1O.65 "can get through unimproved roads J I

feasting. and dancing. 6.00-16 . . :. :. :II.95 ,I

This was the, day when the chief HEAVY DUTY in any weather These remarkable '
factors and their staffs of the liudson's -
j Bay forts were at home to all 4.40/4.50/4,75.21..5 9.8O I
I ,JwF the people in the. country. 4.75/5.00-19. . .. .. :.. 1O.6O tires make their own road, and give

The Indians and their families 45047550020..... :10.35 i

r r painted and beaded began their call 5.25/5.50-17 .. ... .._ 12.SO you super-traction in' mud, snow or

ing at the fort at daybreak, but the 5.25/5.50-18 . .. .. .. 12.75 I

.., big party was scheduled for the eve- 6.00-16. . . .. .. I4J.15: loose earth. They are self-cleaning

: ning. It was an accustomed prelim- Other Sizes Priced Proportionately Low" .,.
inary that :the chief factor and his

_r stall, invariably men for in the earliest FOR TRUCKS '.., and they do not clog up.
days no white woman braved the distances I
He Glanced Over His Spectacles as 'and hardships of the West's 32x6 Truck Type. .. ..$Z7.6$ "..5'32xGH.D. _' '

; If in Surprise. wilderness, lined up to "receive," and ,. .. .;.. .. .;.. 36.25 No farmer can afford to be'i i

!'i': .:' one by one the squaws advanced and 6.00-20 . .. .. ..... 16.95
:. : -
; -from the mayor to the grocer and kissed them-on the lips! 6.50-20 . ...... .. .

k'; :-W-:' ," blacksmith-he, left the' dally paper 7.00-20 . .. ...... .. %1.r3ywithout a. set. of these Ground Grip

qsr : .. ; and a copy of the annual work of art 31 7.50-20 . .. .... .. ... 35.2O "

'i:',;,: from his editor's printshop convey- ---.0: :: -: 7.50-24, ... .. .:..... 39.GO Tires-they, are made with patented :
? .: ing In lines that rippled with eloquence l .
:: .':' the carrier's AT NEW. YEAR'S. TIME 8.25-20 .. .... .. 49.30: i
r paper hope that '
;.', his patrons would wax (prosperous and \ 8.25-24. . . .. .. .. '54.75 features used in ,no other tire. ;

1,'';:' :., ;. '.. maintain a state of general good health 9.00.20. . . . .. : 6C.75' !

'. "throughout the glad New Year." Other SUM Priced Proportionately Low '. '
,.: : Each of nis customers would ""ex '
See. nearby Firestone Auto'FOR
an agreeable your
I press surprise and a
'" gratifying knowledge of ,what vas expected ; TRACTORS ',' .

,"'.- s ,. responding with gifts; that Supply and Service,Store or Firestone :
,, :
ranged the hardware man's dime. .
I' to the mayor's fifty cents. 5.50-16. . .. ......$1I.O5 ,Tire Dealer today and avoid winterdriving i

Among the samples of work' done 7.50-18 . .. .... .. 1745:; :;-,
,<,' which printing offices'so seldom throwaway 90036. ...... .. .. .. .. 73.95 : '

there must rest many examples 11.25-24.::.. :. ..... .. 66.60 troubles. i!
l '.,,' of the carrier boy's card of thirty to I

L ';' .' '" fifty, years ago. It was a widespread CHEVRON TYPE . CI G I

custom. 5.50-16 . .. .. :.S 9.40 : ,

(" Under the dustyeavesot one prlntShop I 7.S0-18. . ... .:..... 1485 '.JListen .to the' Voice of Firestone featuring Richard

has lain a carrier's card that will soon Mary-I'd like to know if George I 90036. . .. .... .. 62.85 Crooks or Nelson Eddy--with Margaret Speaks Monday

round out Its century of aging yellow MS any bad habits. 11.25-24. . .. .. ..' 56.60 evenings over Nationwide N. B. C.-WEAF Network
ness. The 120 lines of the "poem" it Maude-In that case you'd better I
bears deal with the fleeting character I ask him to tell you the things he is I II Other Sizes Priced Proportionately Low 1935 F.T. & n. Co.

ot Time, present the merits of going to swear off on New Year's.


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The Clewiston News Britain, shook' the Cabinet of Pre- today. trick attorney bob up with a change]'zation. '' .:'

mier Laval in ,France, roused the Such a man is Judge J. C. B. of venure or have: me disqualifiedon : Both were imported to Tampa and '

smaller nations at Geneva and echo- Koonce of Eustis who has devoted the grounds i've got ,"high blond i served as special policemen here during .

ed clear across the Atlantic has much time and effort to Insure fitting pressure" or somethln'. I the armed primary September .3. ,_ ., .

Published every Friday In Clewiston, shown that popular sentiment In a recognition and proper memor- ,Anyhow they can't keep me from Six men, all police or former officers ;;\) .

Florida by: the CLEWISTON NEWS, large part of the world favors col- ials, to the memory of a distinguished lobbyin' and I ought to be able to are now in jail charged with the '.y

Inc. lective action to preserve peace rather soldier and the valient men in his convince one girl out of seven I got murder of ,Joseph Shoemaker. 'if' J .

than diplomatic bargains to reward command who gave their lives one I "Influence." Former state senator Pat Whit--- ,/ "

an aggressor. hundred years ago as a contributionto aker; I chief defense council, assisted ..

Keathley Bowden, Editor But peoples must recognize that Florida's progress. I R. A. (BOB) GRAY ANNOUNCES by Tom Whitakcr, Charles Blake''

if there .is to be among nations a And BO on Saturday, December 28, CANDIDACY FOR REELECTIONR. and L. E. Womack, are representingsix

machinery of peace there must also 1936, Florida is called upon to gather I of the accused men. Council for

be a machinery of Justice, as there at the halldwed bit of groundIn A. (Bob) Gray, secretary of the Orlando men has not been named -

Entered as second class! mall' mat- are within nations parliaments and Sumter county, near Bushnell, state, today made his formal an- : '

ter February 1, 1927, at the Post courts. Peace cannot be an imposed now known as Dade Memorial Park nouncement to succeed himself and ';',

Office In Clewiston, Florida, under status quo; it must with justice give and Join in an elaborate Centennial, will be a candidate[ 'in the coming SAFETY HARBOR WOMAN, 64, ,<+:''I,

the Act of ,March 3, 1897. I a hearing to the grievances of nations ceremony commemorating that fate- primaries for' a second term for the CUTS THIRD SET 'OF' .TEETH

I. which feel the'tnselves.under. ful morning one hundred years ago office of secretary of state. In an- .

privileged as Italy, Germany, Japan, when Major Frances L. Dade and nouncing his candidacy for a second'full Safety Harbor, Dec. 26 (FNS- '

rate $2.00 per year., and provide for adjustment by diplomacy term Mr., Gray made the following .
Subscription '
his command of 110 men were am- Mrs S. E. Lewis, 64'year old resident ".-:: I
Advertising rates on application. and law so that resort to bushed and massacred by hostile Indians statement. of Safety Harbor made a bid for !r\,

war shall be without excuse. and renegade blacks., "I shall be a candidate in the national fame last week when it was ''T'' DDS".i.N"

That the flags of nations do not A parade, band concerts, gigantic coming primaries to succeed myself'as revealed that she was cutting a third ,

Devoted to the advancement and more freely radiate friendliness and barbecue and memorial addresses by I secretary of state. I am very set of teeth and that her grey hairis

welfare of Clewiston and HenJryCounty. good wishes to their neighbors is national and. state dignitaries are grateful to the people of Florida for turning black, Furthermore her .: '

regrettable Indication of how far the opportunity to serve them in 'r{ '
we features scheduled on the day's pro- eye-sight, which has, been poor for

all fall short of the best In our re- gram. Those who attend should be this capacity and my candidacy fora years,' is steadily improving. Dis- -

ligions. The mixtures 'of arrogance, well repaid and the whole state is second term will ,be based upon the patches heralding the phenomenonwere .,r.

HERE'S I AN IDEA fear, envy and self-seeking betray Invited. record of service I have given. I released to the press of the na-

themselves not only in at adopted as they motto and slogan of
passages Among the speakers will be Har- tion and a special invitation has been t
Geo. Burr down in Winter Haven arms but also, if more 'subtly; In P. the office 'prompt efficient and sent Robert Ripley to come and "Be-
old L. Ickes, General Charles
tells of an Idea they have hit upon trade wars, economic.Jealous/, racial courteous service' and with the as- lieve It Or Not." !i_ ,
David Sholtz
Summerall Governor ,
down there that strikes us as beingo. antagonisms, labor disputes, class sistance of my office force have en- ,
Mrs Lewis to be In :
Col. W. F. Himes, Judge J. C. B. appears perfect -
strife, misunderstandings and ex- deavored to live up .to that mark. I
k.The Koonce and others-history makersof health, operates a fish market
Junior Chamber has presented ploitation of advantages, whether on am sincerely thankful for the fine '
the present day who' will pay tri- and is on the job every day., She is '
a, suggestion to the city commis- an' international scale or between .in- responses I have received from all
bute to those who made history one the mother of'seven children and
sion that may prove the solution to dividuals. They appear In the poli- over Florida in the way of gracious has sixteen grandchildren. .

the slot machine problem. On the tical party tensions in the 'United hundred years ago. I ,recognition of that service and as-

surface it appears that the Idea has States that Would transform a 'question suring me of hearty support for a
And, now over in Winter Haven Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Alston and
merit and they claim that legal of judgment into a contest of 'second full term
have been Investigated and : they're gettin' all hot and botheredover daughter, Martha, Nell, were Moore
points bitterness.It .
chances of the plan being ruled con- the problem of selectln' another My candidacy for the Democratic Haven visitors' Wednesday night. '. fJ':
Is worth remembering that a
nomination will be submitted to the "
Queen to rule the Florida Orange :
excellent.The .
stitutional are nationalism itself is a growth from
Festival for the ensuing year and voters of the state In the primariesof
plan, briefly, is this: Every much smaller units of provincialism.It I
I various Florida communities and organizations next Spring and I shall- appreciatevery LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN--
player of the one-armed bandits will was, and sometimes Is even yet, '
much the support, of' the Demo-
:: are bein' urged to start Bird dog. Female pointer, black '
be required to purchase a city license a rallying cry of unity to cities, valleys crats of Florida."
and white Named .
lookir. about for thejr finest exam- spots. "Peggy"
which must be shown before sects and sections to rise to
ples of pulchritude, grace, charm See W. F. Simpson at U. S. Engineer -
is deposited in the slot. Fail what Samuel Longfellow called "the '
money: aId feminine glory' to compete fort GRADY BURTON ,TO MAKE sub-office.
ure of a player to have such a per wide horizon's grander view." Now RUN FOR GOVERNORSHIP
e honor of'regaining the realm
mit, or of the operator to enforcethe I may: that view extend across conti- I -- -- .-- ,,
of "citrus.
ruling, subjects 'either or both nent and ocean to encompass as rapidly M MIWELFTH
I. Wauchula, Dec. 26 (FNS).-- IN' THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
to a fine in municipal court. as may be the brotherhood of Personally, I don't's e anythingthe f Grady Burton, popular '42 old JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
matter with the Queen they got
Designed as revenue measure to man foreshadowed when the shep- States Attorney of this city, threw COUNTY. '

aid in balancing the shrinking bud herds heard the chorus: "Glory to now, but it seems that fellows like his sombero into the ring for Governor MILDRED, MAE DIVORCE LANDON
John F. Jack Guthrie'and
get, the measure, if adopted by the God in the highest, and on earth this week and announced that he Plaintiff
George Burr are hard ,to satisfy. and vs.CLARENCE.
commission, apparently serves a peace, good will toward men. would run on a platform to outlaw LANDON.
To this end the they gotta have? a, new: model every .
threefold purpose. It will immediately eye one-armed bandits and two-job state Defendant
"' must. first be turned Inward and year. ORDER OF PUBLICATION
minors -
solve the problem of patronizing officers.
Anyhow the annual Festival
the machines, since It will among other things, a glimpse a tru- Other LANDON. GREETINGS:
Queen Hunt is on and professional :planks include adequate appropriations : You are hereby commanded to file
of is
be impossible for them, to obtain es sense giving even yetassociated
like for full term operationof 'your written appeara;e personally or
beauty judges Phil of
licenses. Likewise the ,man of limited with the commemoration Barney: bv attorney,, In said cause at the Court
I the Tampa Tribune, JIggs Henningof public: schools, support for old age House In LaBelle, Florida, In the officeof
of Master Christian. When the
income, who in the past some-
pensions and a program to advertise the Clerk of said Court on or before
'times has spent his week's earnings wise men brought "gold and frank- the Tarpon: Springs. Leader Ron- Monday the 6th day of January. 1936,
'ald Halgrim of the Ft. Myers News- the"sta and thereafter to file with said Clerk.
incense' and myrrh" to the Infant in
in an attempt to run them up Into your written defense. If any, to the Bill
the price of 'week's living, ,will also Bethlehem, It was not a mere ex- Press, Harold Colee of the Florida' of Complaint filed In said suit at the
.Motor Lines, Ralph Grassfield of the KLAN MEMBERS ARRESTED time prescribed by law. which Bill of
since the license fee change of gifts, nor observance of .
be protected, Complaint for divorce was filed by the! .
will be set high nough to make custom, nor propitiation of the sup- State Chamber of Commerce and myself IN; TAMPA' FLOGGING' CASE. Plaintiff this 5th day of December 1935
are all slttin' 'back lickin' our \ : It Is further,ordered that this Notice
their purchase impractical. Tho I ernatural. It was an expression of be published In the Clewiston News a

WPA worker and the relief client i deep gratitude, ,an act of self-renun- chops and lookin' forward to another Tampa, Dec. 26 (FNSD'epitdenials : : newspaper of general circulation published -
at Clewiston, Florida,
marvelous once a
evening's entertainmentwhen
will also be forced to cease'play, 'ciation and a payment of tribute due by national Klan officials, week for four consecutive weeks priorto

since appearance of his name on the .to a benefactor: of the world. the court again convenes. the ,finger of guilt continues to point January 6, 1936,

license list would bar from future We need to seek. the substancemore This year it promises to be doublyinterestfn' in the direction of that organization Hendry DONE County AND ORDERED Florida this at 5th LaBelle cay /"\ ..

gratitudes from the federal govern- ,than the symbol in giving. The as they're gonna select as 'developments in the Tampa flog- December, A. D., 1935.WILLIAM. '.I

ment. significant point is that these men seven maids first on January 16 ,and ging case brought the arrest this As Clerk of the Circuit T. HULL Court, -01" 'r'1

brought gifts not to ,each other but then choose the queen from amongthe week of two Orlando men, Arlie F Hendry County, Florida.
The measure if defined ,asa; rev- A true copy. ,
the to the exemplar of meekness, good- lucky seven at a Coronation Ceremony Gillian and 'Ed Spivey, both of whom (SEAL) .
enue measure and according to the opening night of the Festival WILLIAM: T. HULL,
admitted to'Sheriff'
ness and love who was later to say, McLeod that
the Junior Chamber As Clerk of Said Court.
committee of ,
"Gcf and learn ,what that meaneth.I January 27th. Butt; it will they 'were Klan members, one a J. M. COUSE, Clewiston, Florida, -

sufficient its serious legal consideration authority to has assure been will have mercy and not sacrifice." probably be MY luck to have some former officer of the state organi Solicitor 6-13-20-27.for Plaintiff.Dec Jan 3.. .. ,

The giving that is most needed ,In --
discovered.As ,
the world today Is the giving up of --- -- -
we see it, the plan overcomes
malice, rancor, prejudice, suspicion, j
faults in the Ft. Myers plan
many smugness and greed, and the givingto
and similar solutions of the slot ma-
peace, honor, justice, sympathy, H FOR H.
chine headache. It makes enforce- SALE >
understanding, and right-doing the .
ment routine instead of difficult. If '
place they deserve in our hearts. Y
a. player hasn't a license, there will This sort 'of giving has no special ; : Attractive Clewiston Home ::: --
Small I Cash
f =
be no legal technicalities, his arrest : Payment :: ::
day allotted to it, nor should It or j .
without warrant immediatelybe jj -
a can
can It be limited to particular oc- t vj
made and his ,conviction will fol- '
casions if It is to do its redemptive x: .
x ;
low without legal entanglementsand '
work in the world. Jesus in his min- : _z, 'I .:_ ':'.
shyster technicalities to save ,
istry about giving of himself every ;
him. The play will be made In direct Cf + i
day in the year. Religion cannot be Y
violation at'a revenue measure and Y
set apart for use only on Sundays ; Y y
the police, department's authority to Y y
and holidays nor shut up in a com-
enforce revenue measures cannot be y
questioned. partment away from the problems ,of ; x y

statecraft, economics and, personal z'i' .:_
On the surface, it appears that the
relations that cry aloud lor Its touch.The : Y
Jaycees have stepped squarely Intoan ;' :.. ::: ,, .
'- "
Christmas spirit must become _I. .
: .tI
idea that solve one of thetrying _.
more real and be extended to every .:, ;. _. '' !, .
problems of the year and -I. J n I. .: ... f
day In the'' yearChristian Science :I' Z -: .'.
solve it cleanly. The commission Y
will do well to 'study the propositionfrom i x
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every angle' and if It, is as -!, o.

plausible as it seems upon the sur- i
face, place it in immediate opera- rY

tion. ...Tavares Citizen. Too :' 'z' ._ 'Y_-
Late To Classify
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-, iBy CJuJJtll KayIrrrrrrrrrrrrrrzirrrrrrrrica r.'i' ;: -.
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'Twas the week before Christmas Y

,. And ,all through the world 'tY _:_

The banners of peace Up to a. few weeks ago the name ;rY. -'

;'. And good will were unfurled. Dade didn't mean much more to me :" .-' Yi'I '.'

How splendid it would be If this par- than a tag for one or two of our :I' -'' :'! -i'
aphase of the familiar rhyme could political subdivisions. Maybe there j -:j" -:_'

,< be truly spoken at this season! And was something in my school books 't'z' a: -,-- _:_

let no, cynic tell you otherwise than about a chap by that name, but if -:- .-:._-
that these banners are there couldn't :I' 'z- -t-I _:_
gradually un- was I call it to mem- -' _:

rollIngslowly, laboriously am) ory, and I imagine a lot of other ) --. .'t't' :' ,-- .

': fragilely, perhaps like, the wings ,of folks are in the same fix _. -..- .-:_' __z..

\ a butterfly emerging from the chrysalis Fortunately, in, every state there t- -:- '-t':' --!.-

but nevertheless unfolding so are a few folks who possess sufficient ':. -:- .--

1- float that in God's the own time they shall patriotism, and respect for I Pay The Balance Like Rent H_ j:

upon breeze. honor, courage and valor, to take ; ,ftf

For with, 'whatever qualifying influences time out from the mad whirl for existence 'j: : WE.HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES ; +; "
the last week or more has .. :: ::
I given evidence that the devotion to monuments encourage, the dedication the erection of parks of 'i:. + YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME .;- +

peace and justice in the hearts of and other memorials to the end that

the people of the world is stronger future generations will not ] Home U
and entirely ;t Clewiston Building Association
The more storm awake of than, ever before. forget the men and women who faced i =:

public disapproval the hardships and =:
perils of pio- ):
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which ::
drove Sir Samuel Hoar from noer days and laid the groundwork J.. PHONE 102L 'i :
:the foreign ."j-t', ,'- ,-.
: ministershlp, l'In Great. for the peace >+jind security we knows '-' ,!.


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.:":..:":..:..:":":..:..:..:..: :...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:.,.:? J. N. Blount, of the District Re- Mrs. Mark R. Lawler, Mr. and Mrs. tams, Company Is at work dredging ,,,i.

t .i. employment office force, has been Wilfred Lockhart, Miss D9rothy out the storage basin at the locks .,{\,

*:;; Personal I Mention ::: confined to his home in Moore Haven Lockhart, Bill Lockhart, Mr. and ,KITCHEN LOREby and finishing up the levee. When .'..I;

.s. this week by an attack of ton- Mrs. F. H. Moltz, Mr. and Mrs. J. M this work is completed and a photograph i

.:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:...:..:..:..:..:.................................:. silitls. Masters, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Niblack, may be secured of the entire

,i ...... W. W. Liddell spent Christmas i in Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mr. and JANE ROGERS finished job this paper 'will carry an-
. Dr. and Mrs. I. W Keenan, of Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs. other view of the locks-a structureof

\,,?"sarasota. Fort Myers and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Grover' Poole, John Poole, Mr. and which Moore Haven is rightfully '

Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Ann Pafford, Mr. day an enterprising cull.
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Mobley visited Keenan and daughter, Virginia Raye, SOME proud.
friends in Palm Beach Wednesday.Mr. of Moore Haven, were visitors here I and Mrs. J. A. Rumbley, Mr. and! expert will devote an entire 1 Fred A. Flanders is supervising'I'

Christmas Day. Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mr. and Mrs. book to money saving recipesby lock-tender at the new locks and
-- T. B. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. that I 'mean ways to transform .
will also have charge of the other .
and Mrs. W. L. Beacom spent leftovers Into tasty dishes r
the holidays Jacksonville., Mr. and Mrs. Grover Poole and Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Schiffll. Inexpensive cuts of meat Into, lock structures. at Ortona when com- eplated. i
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mr. and This structure is now under-
--- son, John, of Ocala arrived Wednes- masterpieces that will satisfy the
Gordon Rogers spent last weekend day to spend several days here -a.!s Mrs. G. B. Thomas, and Dr. and Mrs most exacting epicure and so on. I construction, the Spadaro .Construction ,

at his home In Wauchula. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. I. :M. Paf- D. J. Williams. Such a book is certainly needed I I Company being the contractors.
4 for the housewife Is ever searching Mr.
.1 ford and family. I Flanders has been a resident of ,;

_'. Mr. and Mrs. C.' R. Cruze are visiting MR. AND MRS. G. E. SMITH to please lor ways the I Mooro, Haven since 1919 and has '

I this week In Orlando. Rev. and Mrs. A. M. Rich of Jacksonville ENTERTAIN WITH DINNER C. family' palate been engaged in engineering work

Beach arrived Wednesday! to -,. and at the I during ,his entire residence here and '

visit their son, Hoomes Rich and same time the vast experience he has gained ', i
Mr and Mrs. R.C Nowling spent Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs.G. '
4 Wednesday in Fort Myers. Mrs. Rich. Mr. and Mrs. Hoomes E. Smith entertained with a dinner lighten .the will make him unusually well qualified -"

Rich met them In West Palm Beach I party. Those attending were: strain on the I to handle the important position
family pocketbook of water control in the river.
J Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, :
I Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Sparks are .
visiting Mrs. Sparks' mother in Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Williamson::: Mr. and Mrs. Max Mulux: Mrs. John One distinct

!i West Palm Beach .." Ii Iii of Oklahoma City, Okla., are the I W. Smith, Miss Mignon St. Martin con trlbutlon
guests this week of Mr. Williamson's I II and John Lucaa. during recent
: years has been the discovery of
father, Fred L. Williamson, and his
arrived here how to turn SUBSCRIBE TO THE, NEWS i
has the
Miss Pat Haskins I less expensive
I sister, Mrs. R. V. Allison, at their DINNER PARTY AT COLLINS ,
from Dunellon to work for the sugar home: here. I meat cuts Into tasty main dishes
company. I for the evening meal. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 A YEAItJ.M.
The trick lies
Jn seasoning. ,
I George and Richard Bestor, who I Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Collins entertained Continental chefs have long known .
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Moltz and .' :
I are attending Florida University at with a dinner pa'rty at theIr the value of sugar as a seasoner I.\ .
Mrs.. Wilfred Lockhart spent Monday I Gainesville and Georgia Tech at At- home Thursday evening. for meats but it was not until'Teeently i ,-.;
,in Fort Myers. : lanta, are spending the, holidays Those attending were: Dr. and that sugar began to assume "'

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schroeder and here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J.' Williams, Mr. and Mrs.- .. an culinary important lore.place It helps in American to, ; COUSE 1

Mrs. H. A. Bestor.,.!! Hoomes Rich and Mr. and Mrs. A. blend the other seasoners and c
Joe, Jr., spent the Christma'sholiday J_
son, -- Counselor'>and Attorney at Law_
M. Rich. point up the flavor of the dish asa
In Stuart. Ed and Herman Heath, accomp- 'whole. Hopkins Building NWednesdajs 'f h

anied by their brothers, Sam Heathof MRS. G. E, SMITH GIVES ,Here is a recipe which calls, for and 1
Mr. and Mrs. Hoomes Rich visit- and which be made ,
LaBelle and "Frank Heath, of TEA FOR VISITING GUEST sugar can
'td in Canal Point Wednesday morn- Moore Haven, spent the Christmas easily and economically from ,veal 9:30 to 4:00 \: I
and a of left over boiled ham. J s d'
g. cup '
I holiday with their parents in Fort Mrs. G. E. Smith entertained at ._- -I
Veal and Ham Pie
her home Friday afternoon with an : '
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Williamsonand 2 pounds lean veal 1 teaspoon salt L. B. Mershon ii
informal tea honoring Mrs. John W. :
1 cup lean boned 1 tablespoon vlnear
Fred L. Williamson are spend-
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Warren, of Smith. ham 1 teaspoon sugar ..j
. ing today and tomorrow In Miami. Monongahela City, Pa., arrived yesterday '2 hard cooked eggs 1 teaspoon dried AGENT r .." I!
Those enjoying the occasion were: \** onion parsley
-- for a visit with Mrs. Warren's Mrs. G. Rackstraw Mrs. Martha : i
Carl Johnson and Rufus L. Smith Simmer veal in'' water to which j New York Life ;I
aunt, Mrs. I. D. Leydig. Mr. Warrenis
S. Ludekins, Mrs. Olin Carleton,
In Sara- seasonings and onion have been
spent the Christmas holiday '
supervising principal of the M n-1 Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. G. B. added. "When tender, cut the meat : Insurance Company
sota. 1
angahela city !!!schools. Thomas, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Sr.! in Inch cubes. Put',In deep baking ,...r1

Mrs. H.. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. 11. dish together with'the.. ham cut .Insmall 'I
N. Smith and ,
Mrs. R.
Mr. and son :
Among those enjoying luncheon 1u R. Hall, Mrs. Emma Hall, Mrs. W slices or cubes;; the'eggs' ',I
Bobby, are visiting relatives this Moore Haven Wednesday were: Mr. P. Vaughn, Sr.rMrs.. Fred Henhck- sliced; and the liquid l in which ",.j:

week in Savannah,. Ga. and Mrs. J. Grady Niblack Mr. the, veal 1 -" 1s. cooked, reduced to .......................... :
sen; and Mrs. Max Melux. :-: : : : : : : : : : : : : :: :":":":":" :" ; I' .
and Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mr. and Mrs.C. one, ciu' :over with' 'pie crust : :1,; j' :1 i iSo'

Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Roberts en- E. Nail, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. ,Simpson Bake in derate oven and serve'! New and Used ".;. ".., '
LADIES AID MEETING hot or' cold.'rom .. . .. .., Ii
Joyed a fishing trip Saturday and ; ,'
Mrs., Olin Carleton, Mr. and. POSTPONED FOR WEEK

Sunday at Jupiter Inlet. Mrs Zerney Meredith, Mr. and Mrs. --- :: FU.R'M.TUR'F :fir, ,, .' .!

Foster Meredith, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. .s. .. '
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of The Ladles Aid meeting scheduledto an aesthetic sense. '. ::- : ;
Miss Faustina Rogero Jackson- Ironmonger, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. be held'on the first Thursday' of Through this,. gate. will pass'f .s' ..f.. J .'
ville is visiting' her parents, Mr. and "j. '
and son, Trevalyn' Mr. and each: month will be postponed!!! In 1 thr.oUgh ,the years to come ,boats .
Mrs. ,E. J. Rogero. BELLE GLADE :: ,
Irs. J. F. Tippey, Mr. and Mrs. B. January until the second Thursday taking: advantage' of the safer ,and :;: .. .os

E. Nail, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. T. B., 9. Mrs. R. Y. Patterson' 'fil more: 'economical from .
Miss Alma Crews, of Fort Myers, Shelley and Mr. and Mrs. M. H. hostess.January oast: : to the other.passage Built fifty feet one :;:' FURNITURE COMPANY :i_
visited her sister, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Hirsh. ..
In width,- the lock chamber Is ex- ?
Tuesday. ENTERTAINED GLADES 'YOUNG 'DEMOCRATS. : pected..to; accomodate almost 'any 2*, Belle Glade, Florida :::: !

Mr. and Mrs. V.,A.' Allen made a IRS. CRABB TO HOLD JACKSON DINNER! boat which. will be able to maKe the
AT LUNCHEON FRIDAY :% Next Door To Theatre !%%
trip to the Bok Tower at Lake Wales passage through the waterway. In ::. :f

Wednesday. -- Mrs. Mark R.-_ Lawler entertained Tentative(Moore Haven arrangements, Democrat) have upper the: event gate 'will of hurricane be kept closed winds as the a {....'..........,.......................:..............................................r.. .............,.). .:

C" Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Peters and friday with a luncheon honoringher been made by the recently elected barrier, to flood water and there Is -- -'---,- ,-
r aUghter, LaDeen, are visiting this mother, Mrs. J. L. Crabb, who officers of the Young Democratic little likelihood that the immense

., I 'leek in Leesburg and Daytona is visiting here. Club working in collaboration with steel gates 'will feel to any' great

J Beach. Among those attending were: the out-going officers, to stage a I extent; the enormous pressure being
Mrs. D. J. Williams, Mrs. J. E. '' .- -Party Cakes-
Jackson Day dinner here on, Tuesday, exerted by the 'lake tb push through

Miss Wilma Douglas and Miss Beardsley, Mrs.: L. H. Robbins, Mrs. night, January 8, 'a portion of the md spread havoc' and' 'death in its I

Olive Laurenson are spending the I. M. Pafford, Mrs. Grover C. Poole, proceeds to be forwarded to the 'Nalonal wake as hi former'years.. I And Pastry for Special i

Christmas holidays in West Palm Mrs. '''I. D. Leydig, Mrs."V. A. Allen, Democratic Committee to provide In normal times the water' levelIn Occasions
Beach. Mrs. "'''. F. Simpson, Mrs Olin Carleton the canals i
necessary funds for the campaign maybe effectively controlled -
I Mrs. R. H. Collins, '''Mrs. Don '
for with the The
I of President Roosevelt gate. gates are BAKED BY
Mrs. L. H. Robbins, of Hinsdale, Hanson, Mrs. G. O. Wallace and Mrs.A. e-election. so designed as to swing open against EXPERTLY !

Ill., arrived Sunday morning for a R. 'Broadf
visit with her daughter, Mrs. J. E. Democratic Clubs are sponsoring cracked any necessary width to

Beardsley and Mr. Beardsley. IR. AND MRS. SCHARNBERG these dinners and are asking $3.00 :allow'enough water through to keep PRICED

ENTERTAIN AT DINNER of the canal level at the height necessary -
per plate. By special permission The Watanabe
Mrs. M. M. Prewitt and children the State President, the Glades county : At this time the lock gates are

from Greenville, Fla., are spendingthe Christmas eve Mr. and Mrs. H. J. club has been authorized to sell! wide open. I

Christmas holidays here with Mr. B. Scharnberg entertained a numberof tickets to the dinner at $1.50, 'sixty At the present time the MacWil-1
friends at dinner. Those who attended -
Prewitt.Mr. cents for the meal, fifteen cents for
were: Miss Virginia Gallant, -
incidental and seventy-five
Miss Mignon St. Martin, Miss Barbara expenses ,
and Mrs. Keathley Bowden
cents to be sent to the national headquarters -
and sons and Paul Wed- Ann Smith, Miss Mary Ellen
Kay spent of the Democratic Party. i iII
nesday with Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lov- Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henrick- :i:
/ vorn in Canal Point.E. sen, Mr. and Mrs. Max Mulux, Mr. Tickets will be on sale at once II ..s.I .
Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mrs. John W. may be closed before January 1. The '
L. Castro and son, Raoul, of
Smith, Jay W. Moran, J. J. Harrington dinner is to be served at Lee's Cafe i. t
I Miami visited Mr. and Mrs. ,H. J. CLEW IS TON 60LF i
.'n: Scharnberg over the Christmas John Lucaa, E. L. Castro, and at 9:00: on January 8 and promptlyat '
I Raoul Castro. ten o'clock the President wi1l' .s.
lidaY8. !
, ,. radio address ,
lake a to the assembled -

-J IB.: AND MRS. GROVER POOLE clubs and visitors. Everyone h .. I t ti
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Sr., 'V COURSE '
HONORED FRIDAY AT DINNERMr. invited and urged to attend in order ,
of Harbor Mr.
Safety are visiting .
that Glades county's donation to the ..,' ..
: I I.r
and Mrs., G. B. Thomas, Jr., and B.
and Mrs. Grover Poole, of cause may be a worth-while one. ;
A., :
Thomas here this week.
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Ocala, were honored by Mr. and Mrs.G. : ,.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson left B. Thomas Friday evening at din- MOORE HAVEN CONSIDERS LOCK .'' ," '! .j.i .

_', recently for a visit with Mrs. Wil- ner.%Those enjoying the eveningwere DEAR'S OUTSTANDING EVENT;; .I =: :. .:!.:

'c.son's parents Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Oliver : Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford, ..s'.s..

, ." ", .. in Marietta, Ga. Mr and Mrs. G, B. Thomas, Sr., Miss (Moore, Haven' Democrat) ..
Ann Pafford, :Miss Mary Louise The completion on the first of November :
t ,
-- .
Mr. and Mrs W. M. Bradnack, Thomas, B. A. Thomas and John of the combined hurricane

Mrs. Floyd Sathre and Mrs. B. A. Poole. gate; and lock here, to date the largest : II.

Benson are visiting this week with concrete structure In the federal _: Open to the Public

Mr. Sathre in Tampa. OPEN HOUSE HELD government's; project to control the ,'; r r'j F
BY MB. AND MRS. LEYDIG waters of Lake Okeechobee, Is probably ,
Dr and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and the most outstanding event of .s.

Emma Jane are visiting this week Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Leydig held the past year here and was the initial h
E,I' In Dr. Ezelle's home in Graceville, open house at their home Christmas piece of work in the project to {.

4 Florida. evening. Sandwiches, coffee and widen and deepen Three-MIle canal .'s..s...
\ cookies were served. Those who called and the Caloosahatchee River. .s.oo

Miss Betty Spicer and Miss Ruth during the evening were: Mr. and This hurricane gate and lock was Id'i = I :os.; 'i

'"; Knight, who are students at Florida Mrs. V. A. Allen, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. started in October of last year by : 1';' !
i te s College for Women in Talla- Beardsley, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bes- the E. H. Latham Company and was .. i

t.haSsee) are spending the holidays tor, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Collins, Mr. successfully completed within a few Moderate Green Fees 1;: ;

_ here at their homes. and Mrs. H. R. Hall and Sherwood days after their contract time had ;

Hall.Mrs. expired, at a total cost of close to a Exceptional Fairways I

Among the teachers of the local Olin Carleton, J. G. Allhands half million dollars. Set on a network .s.

school leaving for the Christmas Mrs. J. L. Crabb, Mrs. W. C. Hooker, of timber piling this structure 'Interesting Greens I

,, holiday were: Miss Mary Snell to Miss Billie Hooker, Mrs. Josephine has been built of the latest and most .i1

Lakeland, Miss Lucille Hampton to Knight, Mrs. Richard Knight, Miss durable type of reinforced concrete

,; LaBelle, Miss Livonia Congdon to Ruth Knight, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. which is apparently strong enough .

Alva and 'Miss Sue Maxwell to Pa-.\Kolstad and Kim Kolstad. to withstand any onslaught of nature "

hokee. I Mrs. Martha S. Ludekins, Mr. and and a beautiful piece of work


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Though sorrow must come, whereIs

the advantage of rushing to meet .iA'

It? It will be time enough to grieve
SHIFTING SANDS when it comes; meanwhile, hope for

better things.


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SYNOPSIS In on this affair an' he's keepIn' could kill hIm-but 1 won't New York at the Gardners. Mother dr-

I '. When him an' me decide we've got of you. Nevertheless, I II wanted me to deliver a birthday cake

The youthful and comely "Wldder" truth, we'll act-not before." I that If 1 get the :chance I II to Estelle, who, you may remember, Is CS

Marcia Howe has as her guest her I "That relieves my mind very I him what I think of him. the mater's god-daughter. She's a

late husband's niece: Sylvia Hayden. A Mr. Heath is-you see he-" I to blame ,and ought to: i pippintoo.. I hadn't seen her since \

stranger; exhausted finds his way to I "He's a friend of 'ollrs-I ain't No married man has any : she' graduated from Vassar." '' orvoER..
Marcia's home. He asks her to hide a
package containing jewelry. She does gettin' that. I shall)) treat him round with another Sylvia listened. '' .

so. Ellsha Winslow.town sheriff, brings Maicia""Thank She, did, not need to be told about NIILHCDCKMEDIUNEo.

news 'of a Jewel robbery' nearby. The you Elisha-thank you half! afraid to let you go. the Gardners. Allnnln, G .
stranger gives his name as Stanley had visited 1l0r.1tIo's'family
hundred times.
Heath. Sylvia discovers the jewels, and |For Constipation Troubles
naturally believes Heath Is a robber, There was nothing more, to be snld< trust me? Don't you be'. more: once. and. rumor had it the
but decides Marcia ?" elders of families would be delighted Thousands now 'take Dr. Hitchcock's -
to say nothIng. Heath bowed once again and you both
feels she has too deep an interest In two men walked, down to the I you love me too mucn were the young people to makea Laxative Powder for bilIous-
sick and
her guest, but Is powerless to over- ness, up-set
come it. Heath wires '"Mrs. S. C. Heath," where they: clambered with 'the' ; f' match of it. stomach due to constipation. They
New York saying he is safe. He also Into Elisha's dory and put out Into. you, Marcia. 'I never "I'm surprised you ,did not stay find that Dr. Hitchcock's All-Vege

orders a man named Currier to come channel.
at once. Sylvia, In her room, bedecks Sylvia loitered to wave her I have known for so short a gazing reflectively' her, white shoe. effective-it acts gently, yet thor-
herself 'with the Jewels At Marcia's'approach : oughly and removes that clogged
she hides them there. Heath and watch them row away but :\ you did for my mother "New York. wasn't'myyobjective.: ., 1 condition of the bowels. Cleanse

asks Marcia to bring them to him. They cia, as If" 'unable to bejir. the make me love you. But came on business, you see. Dad gave your intestines of waste matter-

are gone!, Sylvia restores the Jewels Jo waited for no further farewell. gratitude .there are other me two months off so I ,could get don't allow poisons to accumulateand
their original hiding place. ElI$ha break down and
1 love for married." your vitality,
But by noon: she was, to outward 'ou' your own'
Winslow and has <
discovers them no health. Family size'25c.
doubt they', are ,the 'stolen gems.,:and pearances entirely herself She dear. Please do not Sylvia jumped

Heath is a thief. Leaving the Jewels, not been able, to be sure. to'banish me. I promise you I will "I V'JS'not' aware. you were engaged I

ho makes plans for' arresting'Heath rs; pallor i or the' traces of () unjust nor bitter." ," murmured. she In. a formal,
Currier arrives. Marcia'overhe '
Heath describe how he acquired the but she had her emotions sufliclentiunder : check then and go..I'' far-away tone. 1 "

gems; and BEST ASSISTANT'need
guilty of thett. Currier Investigates gaily .I're not Let him do the tio Junior "But I'm going to be.

hiding returns place-and to New York finds with the them gems>,! but He That day"and the next passed and apologizing. Let blni In'' fact I chance to nave the ring with

his references to "Mrs. Heath"" have much the tame strained fashion. l your feet That's what he. me this minute. Want to see it?" PIMPLES

'convinced Marcia her tender dream has It was not until the third mornInthat !I" "I always enjoy looking at jewels,"

been a foolish one. Elisha and Eleazer the barriers between the two tell him that., ,i\yas her cautious retort. ::6"; ; ', from surface conditions '
come to arrest Heath. The Jewels, of ;?
course, are not to be found. To Sylvia lapsed. know what I shall tell him.,, ,j- Horatio felt of his pockets. f not be endured.

Marcia admits she loves Heath and Marcia had gone Into the : Sylvia I You promised, re "Where on earth did I put that Make your skin clearer

has faith In his Innocence. She tells room to write a letter. She sat thing?" he, muttered "Hope I haven't and smoother with

him she believes him innocent, but before the desk'and l started to take': Some of the mad will lost it Oh, here it Is.:'
urges him. If he is guilty, to confess., ResinolBEFORE
He admits nothing, but compels her to her pen when Sylvia heard her of me before I see Mr. lIe took out a tiny ,velvet case and

confess' she loves him also' telling her a cry me and wish me luck sprang the catch. '

he' Is giving himself up to the sheriff. "What's the matter, dear?" do believe I will try to "Oh, Hortle Isn't, it beautiful!
She insists this must be the end of
their association, and he, thinking she the girl, hurrying Into the other you?" Sylvia cried. "It fairly takes away BABV COMES

will not face the "disgrace." reproaches As ,Sylvia came nearer Yes !" my breath." .
and' leaves her.CHAPTER. bowed her head upon the desk and ; right.. you. really can trust "Try It on." I Elimination of Body WasteIs

. gan to sob as 'if her heart would I'm not so bad as I /She shook her head. '

> X-Continued "Oh; new could 'hemoaned. "It wouldn't fit me. My hands are Doubly Important'

, -I+- woman. "How could he be so cruel : the check Into the wee too small." In the crucial months before baby arrivesit

Then she swayed, caught at a "What has happened, Marcia?" her sweater, Sylvia caught "It's 'a small ,ring., Here. Put Hon is vitally important that the body be rid

; chair 'and shrank Into It:, her body 'Stanley-he has .left u chec : beret and perched, It upon ," he urged; holding It toward ht>r. of waste maUer.Your intestines must func-

...-, .shaking and her breath'comlng'in 'gasping money-thrown It In my face! "Well, I suppose I might try it to tion-regulaily.completely without griping.

: ; hysterical sobs. I did it so gladly-because I loved '!" she called looking( back please JDJ. But I know It will I! be too Why Physicians Recommend

: The clod ticked on the surf broke1' lie knew that. Yet he could as she opened thu large." Milnesia Wafers

'"' In muffled undertone, the light. faded ;' this-pay me-as If I were a long, Marcia I'll he back She slipped It on her linger. These mint-flavored,candy-like wafers are

the candles burned lower, flickered! and servant. 1 had rather he struck mea ever 1 can." "Why. it does lit How odd !" pure milk of magnesia in solid form-

iI(.' overflowed the old pewter: candlesticks hundred times rather." with which she disap "Very odd Indeed," he''answered much pleasanter to take than liquid. Each

', ; and still'she sat there, her tear;. The girl took the check.It precipitated Into drily as she reached her hand out wafer is approximately equal to a full adult

Jess dilated 'eyes fixed straight before was filled out In Stanley of a young man who stood into the sun and turned the 'diamonds dose of liquid milk of magnesia. Chewed
thoroughly, then swallowed, they correct
' l' her.Having. clear strong hand and was' for the steps preparing to knock. so that they caught the'l ght. acidity in the mouth and throughout the

,i:,' .. of a hundred'dollars.. Fuller," cried' Sylvia breatn "Looks rather' well .on. doesn't' It?" digestive system, and insure regular, com
;,, no inkling of a change In "How detestable of him !I" she Where on earth did was his comment. : 'plete, elimination without pain or effort.
f: the delightful relations, ,that had for claimed. "Tell me, Marcia-what from?" "It is.a' beautiful ring.. Milnesia Wafers come in bottles of 20 and ". '

Gt the past week prevailed in the Home pened between you and Mr. closed about his neck and Horatio, standing behind her, twice 48, at 35c and 60c respectively, and in / '

;;', stead; the atmosphere' that greeted You quarreled-of course' I know her twice before she extended his arms as If to gather her convenient tins for your handbag contain- '

t Sylvia when she came down the next But why-why' ? 1 have not rearranging .her curls into them and twice withdrew them ing 12 at 20c. Each wafer approximately
. adult dose of milk of All
morning was a shock. to ask. but now-" coldly : deciding the action to be premature.At one magnesia.
re"I good drug stores sell andrecommend them.
F,; Stanley Heath ,stood at the telephone "I'll tell you everything, Sylvia. Imagine what brought you length with a determined squar- '

k-\" talking to Elisha Winslow and on the rather you knew.' I thought at first tlo." ing of his shoulders, he locked his Start using these,delicious, effective

.f."' ::" porch outside were grouped his suit could keep It to myself, but I hands, behind him and stood looking anti-acid,gently laxative wafers today

,", case, overcoat and traveling rug. He I need you to help me, dear." CHAPTER XI on while she continued to twist the Professional samples sent free to registered

::..'\;: was plainly ill at ease and had littler Marcia unfolded the of ring tnis way and that physicians or dentists request is_madeon

; except the most commonplace remarks story "Well.;" yawned he after, an inter- professional letterhead, Select Products,
"' blind faith in Stanley Heath ; her imagine" repeated Sylvia, Inc., 4402 23rd St., Long Island City, .N. Y.
?1 to offer In way of conversation. for him-a love she could neither val, "I SUI.pose.l.mJY as .wellput it
:-:; Marcia had not slept, as her pallor rosy and flustered, but with back !In the box." 35c & 60cbottles
sist, nor control-a love she
:; and the violet shadows beneath her be magnificent air "what (TO BE CONTINUED)
attested. from the first to hopeless. to Wilton-I really can
f eyes confessed how she had struggled o
;\,' Although the girl did not understand, how he Difficult to Trace Back 20c tins
conceal her feelings
; "
? Horatio cheer-
'f}. she sensed Marcia's, need of her and grinned
had resisted a similar attraction I Ancestry of ,the Bulldog
::" rushed 'valiantly into the breach-
t' her; how at last he had ." Because of his English origin, the
filling awkward with her
every pause her secret and forced her to betray superior height of six- bulldog Is frequently called' the Eng- M11 M
3- customary sparkling:! chatter.
"Of course I realized we could lish bulldog, but the official and'correctname
: looked down at her meager,
When the PEfiiCT ANTI FEID
ror length meal was cut "a' THE
go on, she explained bravely. { twinkling in his for him Is simply "bulldog." As
x' short by the arrival of Elisha Wins- '
we loved one another was with most breeds It' Is extremely difficult -
;" low all three of the
group rose wito '
;.< unconcealed relief. enough. All that remained was \ was too Intent on to, trace back the origin of the The Original Milk of Magnesia Wafer
: him to'go"away and forget me- bulldog. When the Romans Invaded
;: curls into place to heed
[Val Mr. Heath; 1
see you're expectin' -
:I '' to his wife his home, and his England in the early centuries. one of
; t' me, grinned the sheriff, pointing
life. Soon, If he honestly tries,
the things they wrote about was that BlACK ACHES
t; toward the, luggage beside the me to come, didn't you?
infatuation will and
\ ,
pass \ inquired. the country was nearly overrun with
door. ,
'- ;. Mr. IVinslow'"I've will be; as before. Men forget large, ferocious dogs with perpetually caused by MOTHERHOOD i
"I am, you( to come !
easily than women. Absence, too snarling faces. These probably were Maternity i puts a terrible strain on a woman'sback '"
: got my boat. Are you ready "' least you led me to sup muscles frequently causes years of rsuITering.
,to come right along?" help. like It if I were here," per 'mastiffs, and could be called the ances- Allcock's Porous Plaster does won- r
"And you, larcia1""I tors of the later bulldog, a writerin ders' for such backaches. Draws the blood to
- \
"Quite ready. "Toward the bottom painful spot. Pain goes quickly. Insist on Allcock's -'
love. It is
{ cannot give up my the New York Herald Tribune.
the original. Lasts longer, comes
i said 'I
, Heath went to Sylvia and-took her you : am posi-
J have now. Oh. I do not mean The first In print In easily.25 :,:" hand. ';. and In the middle name appears :' U iJ){t I v.1
,...r.,. :mourn over It, pity'myself, make the early part of the Sixteenth cen-
"Thank 'ou"ery much, murmured \ of page three you wrote:
Instead I shall be
unhappy. ,
tury la( England. The name clearly
he formally "for all you've done for since I've seen
jears you.
" thankful. You will This
,;:,., me. I appreciate it more than 1 can see. I did?" answered the girl. Indicated just what' the bulldog was Itch and Athlete' Foot
will make of
day ,
ence every the
used' for that Is ancient
'.:':, say. And you, too, Mrs. Howe," richer. You need have no fears: : shrug ; so-called, of However, One application of liquid Kill-Germ kills
_ "I wish you luck, Mr. Heath," called the dimples. showed in bull-baiting. parasitic itch in 30 minutes. It penetratesthe
You warned
Sylvia. me Sylvia. me, the cruelty of this sport caused parliament pores of the skin and'kills the germs of
:r. know," concluded she with a In the Seventeenth century: to Itch Ringworm, Tetter, Eczema and Foot
"Thanks." little- smile. .Isn't all, Horatio went Itch. Poison Ivy, Poison Oak. Satisfactory
"And 'I, too," ,Marcia rejoined In a the' end of page five you issue an edict prohibiting these spec- results or money back. Sold by druggists,50c
voice scarcely audible. "I was a brute I ought to that were here'.!" tacles, and from' then on the bulldoglost or direct on receipt of price and lOc postage.
: the shielded you more, the girl her its popularity. In fact It teas the GEORGIA REMEDY CO., Covington, Georgia
: To this
man no reply. lip.
, "I could have, had I realized. Well. 1
that time that he
Impression at was
They ..followed him to, the door. : only a figure of speech ,
: thank
can yet do something h
good for only one use, that of bullbaiting -
It then that Marcia called license.
was! ,sprang forward dive me that check.:" poetic WNU-7 51-35
and the breeding was practically
arid caught Elisha's arm. didn't mean It when you
"What do mean to do? .
you '
. discontinued when .!It was prohibited by
"Where are you taking him, Elisha?" "Return It, of coul'se-return.lt 1 was here
she demanded, a catch In her voice. Heath was obviously disappointed law. The breed became almost extinct
fore Stanley town.
"Uernember: tlr. Heath has been 111. course I am pleased to see and yet it can be truly said that
take It over to Elisha Wlnslow's .
You must not risk his getting cold or minute." It Is very nice of you to 'the good qualities of the bulldog'werenot

suffering, any discomfort. this Cape to'meet my aunt really appreciated until he ceasedto
"You need have no worries on' that "I 1 wonder-yes, probably that be bred for bull-baiting. Then, and

be best. You won't, I suppose, only then, lie came to tie loved for him-
'J. score, Marcia, replied the sheriff' aunt he scowled. 1 W/HEN kidneys function badly and '
kindly, noticing the distress In her allowed to see Stanley, speculated" to :see her. I am not inter self alone, for he was then, as' he is W suffer a nagging backache, :t- ,t'you

f lce. "I'll look out foil him." timidly. "If, you should- ." now, despjte his sour expression, an with dizziness, burning, scanty or too .

"Where Is he ,going?" '.' "Well?": I happen to (be very Ideal pet, especially for children. frequent urination and getting up at

"To my house for' the 'present," Eli. "Don't, say anything harsh, "S l this aunt of mine. If she Society all night upset; when. you use Do feel m's tired Pills.nervous,

sha answered. "I've a' comfortable Please' do not blame him or- you, you might get' sent Patriots Secret Men D an's arc especially for poorly

spare room an' 1 ttgger to pub him In It "I'llvrlng I his neck !I" was the be horrid Hortle. I Nathan Hale, the martyr' who gave working kidneys. Millions of boxesare

'til I've questioned him an' verified hjs) phatic retort. glad you've come. You must his life for his country in the'American used every year. They are recom-

story." "Oh, please-please dear-for for my being sur revolution, was a member of St -John'8 mended the country over. Ask your

"Meantime, nobody In town will be sake! 1 can't. let you go if you go haven't got over It yet. How Lodge of New York. He was also a neighbor!

the wiser. I I. ain't even tellin' May that, spirit: ; plea .eJl Marcia In did you contrive to get graduate of Yale university. Maj. 'John

lilleti why Rlr. Heath's at the house. "There, there--:you need not \\: season? And what sort Andre: who met the same fate as a

If I choose to harbor comp'ny, that's for fear I shall maltreat your n did you have?" spy for the British army, was also a

mj' business. Not a soul 'cept Eleazer's richly as he deserves it," was the 1 stopped overnight In Mason.


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Boss of WigwamHer The University of Kansas' "dime-a- !I
: iOUR; COMIC SECTIONI date" bureau went to the wall with I

tfi assets, of 45 cents and a handful of I

: : Word Final, Says Au- practical jo es. Leo Gottlieb, 'who I
operated the bureau only a week, of-
thority on Indian fered dates for men or coeds at 10

I Customs. cents and ,"25 cents If satisfied." He II
I' !I admitted practical jokers
' -
,'. ..'.. OF THE FORCE (By)a,weet.ra Ted"'_$%. Dignity Doffed two-thirds of his business. '

.c..'.' I...... White women Insist on their rights t c I

.'. : 'v. It and fight for independence. Navajo II I
woiien are such complete bosses in \

I VlHgWlT{ SHaRE JB& i/ the wigwam they don't have to
,: WARRM T'PAY.1 worry about emancipation.They j j'I

; 01 :TlST 'BOUT head their 'clans, which are I

: RoAS-rGDNO of EO1I established on the ,mother's side,
USS ] and holds the strings of the family
I '" i Mo ADEr 11
I .. : i IL purse because the Navajo wealth Is
\ +liff+; In sheep, which are handed down

from. mother to daughter. i

-' ... This is divulged by Wick Miller,
i ;"'' .. ( er jfIL who has givn much time and studyto

r: ::; Indian arts and customs. I

;. "Navajo women don't argue about 1
equal rights," he said. "And they Fate? I

I ,-,' don't Insist on deferential gestures; Staying single Is hardly ever
., .
I :, they know their word Is final, their planned It ,just happens. '
r I '. IIV position Is enviable." ,
I I I II \ One of the Navajo weavers, Eekh-

$ pah (Coming Again Woman), substantiated "i
r V ,
; j ; /: this Idea. "I don't argue
. : 1 about ;,1
-- ,. ,-- my rights, she said. "I don'teven
: think about them and neither
I Me- ,
\__ does .any other Navajo woman." :
; \ i tNO'e'\J: NOW WHY e
ovler MOST \ CAN'T PUT Dressed In deer-skin moccasins anda "I II

: 'CUSE HIM, MRS. ] KNOCK WHIJ \ THEY POM'T ALLOW gayly colored skirt topped by a, ) t I I

SWOOP- H6 V/lTL I E7 CoME / tops -f'orAE' THEIR dark velveteen blcuse, Eekh-pah I

J So HOT V/ITH> IM I COATS OFP WHILE: fingered her turquoise-set braceletsand !
., { ..... -. THAT COAT od J L-j THEY'RE OM. 1)UTI' -{.J talked quietly about the cus- .1.1I

-' toms of her people. I
: "Our ,women keep busy," she explaIned :';

0 'j "with making blankets and ,
rugs. We get the wool from our g j

: sheep, comb and card It, and then INSTANT LIGHTiNG 1

spin It on that. She pointed to a 1
Iron the easy way in one-third less time ..,,I
( distaff, a remnant of the ancient typeof with the Coleman. Iron in comfort any
v spinning wheel. or place.wires.It's Nowearyendlesstripsbetween entirely self-heating. No cords .I

She further explained that the woolIs a hot stove and ironing board. Makes its ':
own gas. Burns 96%air. Lights instantly 'I 1
dyed after It Is and then
-no pre-heating. Operating cost only "
1J woven Into rugs' and blankets on a Vit an hour. See your local dealer or '
write for FREE Folder.
.. 4I loom. THE COLEMAN LAMP & STOVE CO. 'j.
\ \4 Eekh-pah speaks English as well Dept.WU313 Chlatollrj,Wlcb U.Kui Phd.delphALa.'J lam Anor.l....Calif 16JL3JBUY 'I I
I Uniond as a white woman for she went .1
I II m western Nswspaper \ 'p a / I away to school. Returning to her i II I
1 I ;
'" tribe, she married a young brave who ments $1 and up or make your own selection ,
.... already had a wife and baby."I Free complete. catalog. Send today. I
I H. E. REOIIRS CO. Box 45. Closter. N. J.
::.: didn't want to marry him. I I
I I ; :; ::.."' THE FEATHERHEADS owSS.tr ... Spreading It On didn't love," she confessed. '"But my Pelican's Pantry t I sIt

people rguaded me to him.
p marry Is the pelican that carries ,hIs
,.' '., .'"" .THERE.1 NEAR Now, Iho longer live with him; I own pantry with him.Calendar '
-- ,/ divorced.
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Divorce among the Navajos con-
': ,>-'. BOU.T' YoUZ RI HT.I t'sEESS sists in separation without benefit of

I -. I NAVE a court decree. Marriage, also, often (,Readyfor
i NE IECTFdL'I takes place without a ceremony. The

common procedure Is for the Navajo
maiden and her lover to begin living

under the same shelter, thereby an- ibk t I tI

nouncing to the clan they are mar- !

pg R Ktr ried. Occasionally, after the first f''1l cur I Ii i

child Is born, they have 'a marriage I iI iI

MAKE' 1? A ceremony."It I
tfi- Rd i= CAd !
\ Is not strange," said Eekhpah."for = ,
\ 1 t ScE TO SAY a Navajo man to have more ] ,nust r _= j jo I I IJt

METHING than one wife at the same time. But I CARDUI'J 00 t

lCE the woman never has two husbands
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10G6 JANUARY 1938SUN !
unless one Is dead or'unless she hasa
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DIMMER ? e MEAL I COOKED TASTED VERY Air Pilot-Ha\e you heard the remark ..p P t P -.!.- ,
-11p-p-MP- P.pp-'
FoR You ? FOOD "See Naples and die?" !i
J'I -
I Passengeres. I
Pilot-Well, we are over Naplesand Ask at the nearest store where'Car- /'

the engine Is not functioning. dui and Black-Draught sold fora
".'J "" big 1936 CARDUI CALENDAR. If
:/\;::" '. V Just Large figures easy to read.'Weather it
forecasts for every day. It shows it
/ Wife (heatedly) You're lazy, holidays moon's phases, eclipses. I!
you're worthless, you're bad-tem- U the store hasn't ordered, or if the supply '
I -.' r"f NOT So CTOOD- pered, you're shiftless, you're a thor- has run out before you ask for a Carded 'I
f Calendar, send us 10 cents and we will
ough liar.Husband. I
", .
MEAT WAS send you one by mall prepaid. Address:
"" (icasonably)-Well, my CARDUI CALENDAR, Chattanooga Tenn. i i
-I VERY Toii6HAUD I dear, no man Is perfect. l
i "" I i
..' r Parliamentary"Do GENERAL ALARM 'I
"f you think jou'll be able to t

%i ; get the speaker's eye?" I
i! O western Newspaper Union "The speaker hasn't done any- !
thing to me yet," said the athletic

\ young member. "If he does, I won't !
Nice Skid PAY FOR RESULTSFortune Impartial Tribunal
I I I II aim for his eye. I'll aim for his l
The young man driving a sports carwas "The reason I can't get along with Jaw.
forced to brake' ,'very suddenly my wife is that she wants to submitall

::. .:., with the result that the car got out [ y 4V our differences to arbitration." f
; I
"V( of control for a moment, and ended \ 1 "To. arbitration?"
;f ; Its dance within an inch of a lamp 1 "Yes ;,she alwajs wants to refer disputes WRfGLEy ALWAYS I

'. post on the other side of the road. to ,her mother." BRINGS GOOD CHl= .
o ,A policeman strolled up. ,"Well," Worm-Doggonit, that fool near

..,.:';:>:,'. he said to the driyer, ",'ou. got a ,nice Cur-rectI I sighted firebug thinks I'm a pieceof
."Y: n skid there, sir." *' Teller-You will marry ailch'glrl Sam (showing off new dog)-My dirt hose. I II
1 :" /'Pardon mo, officer," said the young who will gi\'e' you a princely paid S")0;:; .for him. He's part police and s1 I
allowance. Two dollars, please. i
Gratis i
part bull. "
"this Nothing
man haughtily, lady Is my wife.
;' -Pearson's Weekly. : Customer will pay you out of my Henry-Which part Js bull? 'You can't get something for t

/ -. allowance., Good day. Jealous Friend-That part about, thg nothing In this life." ;

SUSPICIOUS,MAID, .. $50!Washington Post.MODEST "That's right replied the gloomy
':', ,: The Faker I citizen. "If I want even a few I'.
Niece '(in the picture galleryAuntSarah MISS tV kind words about my disposition i|

this Is the famous "Ang hls/' -- and some hope of future success, (
by Millett. ( f/ I've got to go to a fortune teller ;

! t.. ... ,Aunt Sarah-Well, I never! That ( and pay for them." t tWRIGLEY'S

man had the nerve to copy the calendar )

that has hung in our kitchen for
< .a dozen years or more. J J

r "
: ,; I He Knows ::1 t
: .I1
fa' Congressman (boarding train-Por- ..... x 1
I .:. ter I'm in lower 3; is my berth Suitor (after proposing-If you are .1tf PERFECT GUML J

...till ready? already engaged why didn't you tell E
::.3 "No, sir. 1 "
thought you politicians me so?
He-Your'lips are like rubies. made up your own hunk: !"-Atlanta' She (Indignantly)-I'm not the sort

She-Ruby who? of girl that boasts of her'-conquests. ps

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More About'. Townsend MOORE HAVEN LOCK UNDER CONSTRUCTION it is the golden rule in action, it is-; 'r j
I" I the exemplification of the spirit of" !\i, \\
t brotherly love and the emulation of '
: Plan the practice of the Good Samaritian. .
He Is an enemy of his race who does:: 0' ),

not care for its welfare, and weddEd, : \' ,
(Continued from page 1) "
to selfishness and greed., Christianity' 1.1
and jour revenue would be derived ,
and greed are 'incompatible, so if .
more from velocity of movementturnover
you' are cursed with the latter you.
( ) than from any unit or ;<, 'r'. r Yo}, cannot the former.
initial amount. As an illustration: +Vf,? Y".b S'IS,its MX ? -''SIV; ., possess 1\

You or any citizen of Leesburg could t. SK -' I Respectfully submitted,
take a $5 bill and begin by paying I
someone you owe (If any) and let 41n J. R. BUCHHANAN,'. ,

each succeeding receiver pay a bill Kfjfvfc v w 210 Florida Court.
or purchase merchandise until the L -a fM fM U I

original $5 would represent $100. ,or

more in sales transactions. So you I

see, you might do only $20,000,000in
original transactions and only 11 hits for HomemakersBy

have a turnover of three ye, you Jane, Rogers
J J'j
still have your $60,000,000 from

which to derive the tax at 2 per centon
all sales made. You, of course,

will bear in mind that each $1,00 ;' u'

transaction will pay its 2 per cent I )


I have before me conclusive proofof

the feasibility the plan by"some i

of the. foremost economists and statisticians .r 4cr

of the country in whifchj

they state tliat the turnover in prosperous -(

I times is from 25 to 34 times, I

taking the country as a whole. I am I
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enclosing these statistics for your

information.If j I !
jou would contemplate the

scene that would be present if all 11
I nut sundaes make fasci-
the old people in Leesburg were to BRAZIL I II
The above photograph was taken lower cofferdam looking north toward and for a warehouse may be seen to Dew party .desserts. t
receive $200 on the first of each I Because of the variety of in
by U. S. Engineer photographers the lake. The completed upper the left of the lock chamber.Pho I
month, keeping in mind the fact which the nuts may be prepared .rand .1(
during the construction of the gate be seen at the end of the 4.
low-I may blended with
that they would be required to spendall to courtesy West Palm Beach Tropical sauces, a /tl
hurricane The lock chamber. Framework for the !
of it within the month, you er gate. picture was range of flavors and distinctive gar- -t.
taken from the south side of the five-room modern lock-tender's home Sun. nishment is opened to your inven-
would get some idea of the tremen-
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dous amount of business that wouldbe _. H These gleaming white aristocratsfrom
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created, especially when you con-
erhead cost. However, If they refused Another point of considerable moment -' What has become of our vaulted I the Amazon jungle may beserved \
sidered the fact that these old peo- i I as they'come from the shell
ple would be required to quit all remunerative to do this, you will be compelledto i:;; this, you will agree that 90 Christian civilization when we can or roasted. They may be sliced,,
labor so that youngermen admit that we could pay $6.31 per cent of the old people affiliate!i'i see destitution and suffering so pre- split, shredded and chopped. They-

and women could take their for a pair of shoes under prosperous with some church and that they]I,valent over the country and make combine with chocolate' and
to conditions better than we can pay would give at least 5 per cent and so little effort to relieve it? If civ- caramel sauce, and may be used:
places. Then when they began $6 under conditions as they are to- probably 10 per cent of their moneyto I ilization means anything it, like with most ice _cream flavors. The
pay their back debts to you and universal popularity of Brazil nuts
day. the denomination of their choice, I Christianity, means the relief of distress -
doctor, the dentist, the merchant, the assures your success as a hostess,
hospital and all other debts including .- Now, Mr. Editor, I will take an- which should be of great significanceto and the elevation of human when you serve them. I
the members as well as the minister character, and our actions belie our %
back ,taxes and church obliga- other line of argument and show you *
tions, you and other business men how this plan can be put over with-I for I Imagine:: the churches in claims to Christianity unless we can It you would avoid making an

would wonder why some one had not out any new source of tax. If you Leesburg could get things with $60- show an element of divinity in our embarrassing faux pas, never con-

thought of the plan before. Further- will go with me Into the cost of relief 000 to $100.000 per year. ministrations. If we would be Chris- fuse plush and modern mohair

more, when you had recovered from crime, poorfarms, etc., you j In closing: let me say that I sin- I tians and servants of God we must velvet IP describing automobile
upholstery. The mob-sir velvet of
the shock you and these professionaland would come to the conclusion that cerely hope that I have made these obey the Divine injunction directingus today entirely different from old-

business men would find that we would not need a transaction tax many points: as clear to you as they to deliver the needy when he cri- style plush, and for practically'' all

your stocks had been depleted and of any kind and that we are spend- are to me, and that you will join the eth out, and the poor also, and him purposes has supplanted it. Plush

orders for merchandise which you ing already, three times as much as Townsend multitude in making this that hath no helper. He Is also the had long pile fibres widely spaced,

would be compelled to place would would be required to finance the I the happiest nation on the globe. I II I servant of God only, who has pity while modern mohair velvet has a

start the wheels in the factories to Townsend Plan and getting practi-j !' and mercy, and who hastens to the low, closely woven pile that givesit
I bless-ing its rich lustre and makes It
cally permanent reliefGovern relief of one in distress. The Town- "
turning at full speed and then you no smoother to the touch. ,
could appreciate the Townsend Old ment statistics show that in ,fathers and mothers, that of making send Plan is Christianity at its best; I

Age Revolving Pension, and you 28 states we are spending the enor- 'them happy and free to spend,, their .
would realize that the volume of mous sum of $2,500,000,000 for the J remaining days in peace without the

business transacted throughout the maintenance of 775,000 inmates'of,: haunting fear of that hellish spectre,

country would be so great that the the poorfarms. This collossial steal the poorhouse staring them in the HOW TO> 'KEEP EDUCATED"Read

small tax levied to insure the pay- brings the revelation that we are I face. Give these tottering old souls I
Daily the World-Wide Constructive News in
ment of these pensions would be of being taxed $268.50 per month for their earned reward after a life well [
little consequence to anyone but the each person on these farms, when if spent in' bringing this country to .f-1

old pensioner, as you will see by a this amount could be applied to the : what It is today. ,- International Daily- Newspaper r I
little figuring. For instance the tax I would I Let us'; these It elves all the constructive world news but don not exploit crime and
; )Townsend Plan it give 1,400- give deserving old scandal Men Jike the column. "The World Day"-news at a glance for
on a lOc loaf of bread would be only," 000 old persons $200 per' month or I people back the things which ,they the busy reader. It has Interesting feature paces for all the family. A
Weekly Magazine: Section written by distinguished authorities on eco
1-5 of Ic or in other words we would if each of these 775,000 inmates have created so that they. may enjoy nomic, social and political problems gives a survey of world affair
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have to buy 10 loaves of 10c bread were given the $268.50 which Is | them the balance of their few
The Christian Science Publishing Society a.
before we would have to pay the 2c wasted presumably, In their behalf i remaining days, and let us see to it One, Norway Street, Boston, Massachusetts '
tax. Of course there will be some they would go to :the home of their that they get something more sub- Please enter my subscription_ to The Christian'Science Monitor for
a period of '
who would like to keep these old sons or daughters where they would stantial than advice and empty platitudes i year$9,00 6 months $4.50 3 months $2.25 1 morAi 75c
( Wednesday Issue, Including Magczlne Section: 1 year $2.60, 6ls.ues 250
people in subjection so that they probably find five (5) children, the which are usually accompanied -

could continue to stuff their insati- family being 'on relief, hungry. This by a hypocritical patontheback. Name............................'.................................

able maw with the things that right- old man would begin to take care of "'iJn. should they not enjoy the Address.........................;.......!..:..............;........
fully belong to others who will claim this family of seven (7) people in bounties which God created for them Sample Copy on Kequetl

that it can't be done, yet when the luxury instead ofr he alone being and intended that they should have?

bakers raise the price Ic on the loaf taken care of in 'poverty-at the I

they tell you that it is necesary be- poorfarm. So you see by this humanitarian

cause of the advance in the cost of action 5,425,000 would be

raw material, even if it is five timesas abundantly provided for instead of

the much depression.You as Townsend. wants to end the original 775,000 remaining pau- IS YOUR CAR SLUGGISH

will bear in mind that there! are also spending at this time

will be a 2c tax on. every $1 transaction -' $36,000,000,000 on all forms of relief -

that is made and this tax will, and are getting no lasting bene-

I be paid by everyone and everyone' fits; when the Townsend Plan would _

will pay according to his ability to only require one-half of the above

spend. There can be no 'question as amount to insure perpetual prosperity. c )

to the benefits to be derived, so with I This great sum of money whichis I o'

prosperity restored, the relief prob- to a great extent, being wasted, '--'!(J

lem solved and unemployment end- would give 18,000,000 old people

ed we would have considerable more $200 per month. '\'e'are paying $18-

to spend than we have now. 000,000,000 from our government
Suppose we take the tax on a pair treasury: as our cost of crime, and

:i.,., of $6 shoes and see how much it statistics show that one-half of .
:. would be under the Townsend Plan: crime is caused by poverty; there-
: (Allowing one cowhide to''a pair fore, we could save $9,000,000,000from

.", '.. of shoes.) Farmer sells hide to buyer this item alone because there

for $1.00, buyer pays ...._...2c tax would be no poverty under the
- Buyer sells hide to tanner for Townsend Plan. We should also bearIn /

$1.50, tanner pays ---..........._3c tax mind the fact that we are, being "1 vr

Tanner sells hide to manufacturer denied the benefits of approximately 1S.415r : ;! ,
j for $2.50, manufacturer $27,000,000,000 of business and ,

:; .. pays ......._...................._........... 5C tax resultant prosperity by reason of unemployment I
'"'" Manufacturer sells hide to retailer and low wages under

i;.'" for $4.50, retailer pays 9c tax present conditions.As 1 ;, Distributor

f'j Retailer sells hide to Consumer a rule the old people are 'equally -
i- .. for $6.00, consumer pays 12c tax distributed throughout the coun- \ I

f.-\: We have one hide changing hands try, but you must' know that, because \ That Good

(;,., five (5) times and only bringing 31c of the climate and close proximity
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,:'- tax on a $6.00 finished article. Of to the< north, Florida has more than '

..:JI. course when we say one bide we other 'states according to population I Gulf
,'.)c. mean so much of each kind
' of a Leesburg may have more than her 4i"Gasohne
hide as is necessary to make this share but -
you certainly appreciate'i % (
' L,: / pair of shoes. So you see when you the fact that you have an old and 'I

r.':: bought a pair,of $6 shoes you would inviting city, therefore you cannot I II

: .' only be paying 31c to end depression blame them for wanting to remain II
and perpetuate the Townsend Plan. there. You must also be aware of the I

;/ You, as a business man, will easily fact that the tax collected in the

;{, understand that the merchant doing thickly populated manufacturingcenters : GOOtI COIF CA50liNLVRICA1ES UPPER CYLIrJDER and VALVES

I;: business of such increased volume would equalize your short- SQL' 1HAt

could absorb this 2 per cent tax by age (if any) as does the gasoline tax KtIM WSRtCAZtO !na' REf EES ,rnV! R SAVES \VEAfl e .

reason of ,such volume! and less ov- of south Florida over north Florida

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