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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 6, 1936
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 10, NUMBER 8 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 0, 1936 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 YEAR




NEGATIVE TEAM IS : Gulf Distributors' MUSICAL PROGRAM II Schools Of County PROSPECT IS GOOD


i Meet Here ThursdayMore Receive $3,042.49

WINNER IN SCHOOL GIVEN AT REGULAR FOR RECORD SPRING


I The public schools of Hendry

: DEBATE ON TUESDAY Gulf Refining than twenty Company distributors products in of KIWANISMEETINGThe county from State last Treasurer week received W. V.a Knott check TOMATO CROP HEREWith


South Florida will hold a pep meet- for $3,042.49 as their share of the
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The negative team in the school : ing today in Clewiston with luncheon members of the Kiwanis Club state, teachers allocation made last prospects unusually bright ,

debate at the school auditorium last I!i at the Clewiston Inn. were treated to an excellent musical week of more than a million dollars. for a good spring tomato season ;

" I at their meeting Wednesday This will be used to clear up the
Tuesday night on the subject, "Re [! These meetings have been held in program farmers in the Clewiston farming
i note, due the First Bank of
now
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J. E. Beardsley having
,' solved: That The Townsend Revolving la i number of South Florida towns in night,
: Clewiston with interest and will area are planting more in
,
" of The follow- acreage
arrangements.
Old Pension Plan Should BeAdopted" charge
Age : the past but this is the first one to
!I leave a balance from the revised estimate this day and the total i
outweighed the argu- be held in Clewiston. Many of the ing program was given: crop every

'\' ments of the affirmative team in the I I I distributors have never been in the Trio, "The Volga Boatman": F. M. of anticipated funds on which acreage from the area between

J. E. Beardsley and R. N. more money can be borrowed for the
opinion of the judges and winners'prizes Wright,
; ',I. I 1 I Lake section and have professed a Clewiston and Bare Beach and in
( were given to George Patter desire to visit the lake and to seethe Smith. payment of teachers' salaries.
"'" i i The next meeting or'the school the Liberty Point ricimity will exceed :-
son, Florine Moore, and Vincent ,, sugar house of the United States Violin Solo, "When I Grow Too I
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Old To Dream" Lawson Jones, accompanied board will be held in Clewiston next 3,000 acres.
Oglesby: members of that team sugar Company which it is planned ,
Their prizes were $2.00 in merchandise -I'I for the group to visit today. *at the piano by Mrs. Mark ( school Monday evening at 7:30 at the The reason for the favorable outlook

at Alston's Drug, Clewiston I l' Lawler. auditorium. as seen by local farmers is that

Supply Co., or Ssgarland Service Piano solo, "On the Trail", from under the reciprocity trade agree-

Station.Ed Registration BooksAt the Grand Canyon Suite by Grofe, Welfare Nurse Forms ment the tariff will go on Cuba tomatoes

Clark, Trevalyn Moltz and Mrs. M. R. Lawler. after the first of April with

11IM Ethel, Willis, of the affirmative Veara Alston's StoreThe Trio, "Going Home", from Anton Adult Hygiene ClassMiss shipments of fruit from there much

.., put up a splendid fight and one of Dvorak's world symphony, Wright, lighter after that date. The crop has

< the members of that team was voted Beardsley and Smith. been damaged by rains in Dade

.- the best debater of the evening, Ed !I registration books for the Violin solo, "Memory Lane", by Mae Orr, new welfare nurse county from twenty to fifty percent

I Clark being presented with the Von':' Clewiston precinct have been Lawson Jones. from LaBelle, was here last Tuesdayand 'though better weather may makeit

Mach medal as the winner of that i' brought here and ,will remain during Vocal solo, "Road to Mandalay", met with a group of adult women less but their early shipments will

, honor. The decisions "were unanimous March for the convenience of local by R. N. Smith. for the purpose of organizing a be over before the lake shipmentsstart

" on the part of the judges and : voters who wish to register, before Trio, "Over the Sea", by Wright, class in home hygiene. The meetingwas and their late crop will come

:,';. appeared to be popular with they' the Democratic primaries this June. Beardsley and Smith. held in the high school audi in after most of those here are ship

:;' large audience who came to hear the : They are located at Alston's Drug The musical numbers were greatly torium. ped. Other leading tomato sectionsof .,!

.,", arguments. i is i Store where. Parker Wilson will have enjoyed by the members and a The study program which will be the state have suffered ,greatly
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: I charge of the registrations.Those invitation extended all to followed by the class Is the same as
.: Congressman J. Hardin Peterson, hearty to from high water and excessive rain

4r.:,.',' who had' been previously announced -, who have not registered make an appearance again in the that endorsed by the American Red fall. At this time of year with Cuba
should do so during' March as the Cross and the is free
as chairman of the judges was near future. course given shipping in great quantities of tomatoes

;'4. '. unable to be present 'and the place books will be returned, to the court- Following the meeting several of with the exception of the cost. of the price is usually very low
house in LaBelle the first of
April.
kii.;C.was taken by J. J. Harrington, Gen- the members met at the home of A. the study text book. but 'this year is much higher than

t z'l eral Manager of the United States. O. Ward and perfected plans for a usual leading to the belief that the

f Sugar Corporation who gave a splendid Dr. Chas. Davis Dies In turkey shoot and fish fry which will Death Claims Pioneer price will" remain good and should

r. : talk of encouragement to the debaters : be held next Wednesday night backof improve,"considerably within the

tf3 ': and the 'school patrons. The Jacksonville Tuesday the government warehouse near Clewiston ResidentOne next few/weeks. ;

'1 other judges were E: L. Stewart, C. the levee. The crop from this section will

:, H. Berner, D. J. Williams and I. M. The shoot for the turkey is confined begin to move about the tenth of

/.. Pafford. I Dr. Charles A. Davis. 35, who. to members of the club who may of Clewiston's most ,beloved April and shipments will be heavy

t,;,""'. The program was opened with a i i worked here about a year ago as I II use their own gun if the like, any .22 citizens passed away Saturday i_ until the first or middle of June If
pharmacist in Alston's Drug and caliber repeating rifle. The best
f short address of welcome by Principal Good Samaritan Hospital in West market' holds up.
I who has been associated since with score in five shots wins the turkey
,, ,: W.: L. Beacom who then introduced : Palm Beach when W. P. Vaughn, Some of the acreages of tomatoes
'"" !! the Alston Drug in Belle Glade in and each member will be furnished
',> I M. E. VonMach, school board i I Sr., 67, was called by death aftera most of them already planted and
the capacity, died Wednesdayin with individual target which
an
same
;.. member of Clewiston and donor of ,' may week's illness. the others ready to be planted are
the St. Vincent's Hospital in Jackson- be kept for a souvenir. Each mem-
debating medal. Mr. VonMach I I Mr. had been as follows; Section 33. Wilder,
Vaughn employed by
i ville. He had been in ill health for ber has been assigned various thingsto
gave a talk on the merits and advantages the United States Sugar Corporation 140; Willets, 60; '''Browne, 30; Archer
) some time and death was attributed be taken care of and will be no-
of debating and compli-i I since its formation and by the Southern 30 ; Bolton, 20; Hester, 20;
Ito disorder 'a Each member will
a kidney and complication tified this week.
' :<9:1 mented the speakers, most of whom Sugar Corporation since 1929 Hemphill. 20; Kerr, 10; Wood, 60;
of other troubles.He be assessed seventy-five cents for
?: were appearing for the first time when he moved to Clewiston. He had Sec. '19-Neal, 65; Messer, 40; Var-

: ,- in public debating cont shBej stated _- was" taken to Good -Samaritan the: evening's'"/entertainment-- ,--- ......and.........j(
that the parents could well be HospHal stSaturday-b his sister: any desire to bring guests they will for almost his entire life save 15; Rose and Stone, 100; Swindall,
of the Mrs. Geo. Terrill and his cousin, be charged fifty cents. The shoot
proud record
these
teams had
Sec. 23-Wiendt
30 Wieland, 20 ,
I for a short venture into citrus grow- ; ;
been making in the short Mrs. A. W. Davis of Clewiston, for will begin at 6:00 in order that it )
training Williams, Redish and Miles, approximately
ing at Cocoa just before coming to
, period and gave credit to the members an examination and he was sent on will be completed before dark. I Clewiston. He had been employed 140. Various sections around i

::. of the faculty, Miss Dorothy to Jacksonville Sunday. prior to that time by Southdown 'Bare Beach and Clewiston-Welder, \

." Lockhart, Miss Sue Maxwell, Miss I Surviving relatives ,include his Harlem School Leads Sugar Plantations of Houma, La., ; 80; Wood, 80; Willets, 80; Lee, 80;

f.,:" Mary Snell and B. E. Herring, who wife. who resides in Miami Beach, in the capacity of engineer for about Burkett, 80; Neal, 60; McDuffie,

\;o: had assisted the debaters in prepaying his mother, Mrs. A. L. Davis of On Preferential ListAt thirty years. Before that time he had 100; Goodbread, 40; Messer, 40; .a

subject matter for their talks. White Springs, three sisters, Mrs. served in various important jobs Friedham, 40; Various others, 40; :\

f':; A short entertainment program Geo. Terrill of Clewiston, Mrs. Townsite 100 .
,. with sugar companies in other coun- Sec. 14-60 acres; ; : '
iI'..(- .: was given with Carlton Prevatt singing Maude Hires, of Brunswick, Ga., and a meeting of the County Plan-: South of Mill, 100; Liberty Point,

,(:, "Blue Eyes", to the .accompaniment Mrs. Ola Yeomans, of Blackshear, ning Board held in LaBelle Thurs- tries.He 110. Sec. 29-Walker, Grant, Camp- '
it found that was taken ill at his home on
?? :, ,' of George Smith on the guitar; Ga., and two brothers, J. A. Davis, day evening was a bell and others, 240; Sec. 28.-
shortage of funds from the amount Saturday, February 22 and was taken -
$;:"" Roy Alston sang "Moon Over Miami" of Jacksonville and Benny Davis, of Crouch, 40; Walker, 40; Beardsley,
to the hospital in West Palm
anticipated for the Harlem School
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; accompanied by Mrs. C. E. Waycross, Ga. 90; and in the area around Lake
':,', Miner at the piano and the Dixie project and the recreation park pro- Beach on Monday where it was
Harbor about 400
Funeral services were held Thurs- acres.
1" :.., ject in Clewiston would n 'cessitateone' found that his condition was critical -
Crystal Hill-Billies delighted the au- day in Jacksonville'and inter- The above report gives only some .J
" dience of them being placed ahead of the end coming on Saturday.
with several numbers. ment made in the same place. of the larger planters and when the
I I the other on the list of prefential I Funeral services were conducted
i:(::i;. The debating club was formed this The many .friends Mr. Davis made many are included with small tracts
'' projects, in order that both projects by Fr. F. J. Finnegan, pastor of the
: ,;" year and it is hoped that it will continue while employed in Clewiston are I ISt.I the acreage will total into a stagger-
I
Margaret's church of,
would not be just partially
I,:' '" to function each year with a shocked to learn of his untimely Clewiston'J ing amount.
' when funds short. I from the Fergueson
completed ran
,
;;) public, debate on some subject of universal death. Some farmers are still picking
: ; After discussion it was decided Sunday afternoon at 2:30 with a '
: interest at the close of the beans but the price has been down
that the Harlem school building was I host of Clewiston people attendingto I
season. Ml S. J. :M. HARRIS DIED pretty low and the quality is only
I the more worthy project and it was pay their' last respects to their
HERE WITH PNEUMONIAMrs. fair. Some beans were selling for
placed at the head of the list The friend. Another service was conducted -
LANDIS AFTER REELECTIONAS I $1.25 f. o. b. but only the best qual-
"
District Director of WPA, Mr. Recht, following this at St.'Ann's Cath-

ATTORNEY GENERAL' J. M. Harris, 17, died Tuesday of West Palm, Beach Is being con- olic church in West Palm Beach and ity fruit. Considerable acreage is

-, morning with pneumonia at her tacted this week in regard to get- interment was made in Woodlawn yet to be planted in late spring_ "

Gary D. Landis, Attorney Generalof home here and was_ buried Wednesday ting an allocation of funds in order cemetery.The beans and there is a lair prospectthat '.

Florida, recently announced his morning at her old home in that the started they will net good returns. .
work may be as soon deceased was born in Gales-

I candidacy for reelection to that of-I Avon Park. as possible. Advertisements for bids burg, 111., and is survived by his picked Some but English the price peas has are been still being downso ,'I
fice.
Mrs. Harris, who before her mar- must be published for thirty days I wife and two sons, W. P. Vaughn, low that many have not bothered :

Mr. Landis became the 'state at- riage was Miss Nadine Baker of prior to the leting of the contract. who is connected with the U. S. En- sold
to pick. Two cars were reported ,
,.. torney general by appointment when Timpa and Avon Park, had livedin I gineers at LaBelle and H. T. Vaughn, in Lake Harbor Tuesday for 90 ;:;:1!

..... his predecessor, Fred H. Davis, was Clewiston, for some time, her husband Catches Forty Fish chief chemist for the United States cents hamper. .'.,\ .

: elevated to the State Supreme Court being employed at the sugarhouse Sugar Corporation in Clewiston. Cabbage per shipments are fairly hea- '."

.."'::: ," bench. It is said to be highly probable of the United States Sugar In Twenty CastsMoore Beautiful floral pieces, most of by but the price is also down so low

I' ,: that Mr. Landis will also be Corporation She is survived by her them sent by Clewiston friends, almost In packing. y
that there is little profit
:
1', : ; placed, in the high court sometime h> sband, an eighteen-months old filled the chapel at the funeral to
in bulk
'; c'" Haven Democrat) Most growers are selling
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during the term to which he aspires. I daughter and two sisters. I I home and testified to the high esteem -
";:. Courtney Riley Cooper, popular trucks.
.' He was identified for a number of Burial was made in the Bougan- in which he was held by his -
I novelist who has his winter home in -- .
:;. ", years with one of the state's leading villea Cemetery in Avon Park. many friends here. D.nAYER OBSERVED ;
Sebring and is ardent fresh water -
law firms and decided to stick with I an 1JL LADIES AID ON FRIDAYThe
law in spite of the fact that fisherman, last Friday established -
he has ANNUAL SUN DANCE TO BK CHURCH BENEFIT TO BE HELD
' been a record for bass fishing which I
conceded to have had a good HELD IN WEST PALM BEACH I IN FORT DYERS NEXT TUESDAY National Day of Prayer on
will be' hard to beat when he caught
chance to be
elected U. S. Senator 28, was observedby
--- Friday, February
twenty doubles while fishing in Lake I I
and Governor.
Mr. Landis The annual Sun Dance, staged by Okeechobee near Singletary's fish For the entertainment of visitorsin I the Ladies Aid of the Community -
spent some time in
church who held their regular
Glades' county last June to personally Seminole Indians of the Evergladeswill camp. Mr. Cooper was fishing witha that vicinity and as a church ben-
in conjunctionwith
aid in the be held inVest ,Palm Beach fly rod and using a double fly. No efit, the Woman's Association of the monthly meeting
prosecution of Obe Hall
observance of the day. '
for murder and made three days beginning March 17.Also mention 'of the size of the fish has Edison Park Community church of the \,
many new acquaintances The service held at the :
and included In the program is I been. reported but while an occas- Fort Myers will conduct a tour of prayer '
friends here. a state-wide band contest assembling I '' March 10 at 2:30 church was in charge'of Mrs. D. J. ;
ional double or perhaps even three gardens Tuesday, : :
music Mrs. ';,
with special by
colleges;, schools and civic muslical fish on one cast is not unusual, o'clock in the afternoon. Williams

HARVEL-MIMS: ENGAGEMENT organizations; from all parts of : twenty in one day's fishing is a feat The gardens to be visited include I I J. L. Crabb and Mrs. M. R. Lawler. ;:,;
J
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ANNOUNCED THIS'EI I\: The business meeting of tho Ladies
the state. j. which: will be difficult to duplicate. I the famous Edison, Gardens and
I The "Sun Worshippers" pageant I Ii Mr. Cooper has made many tripsto I those of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Aid was held later in the day at the -r
straw:9
The Palm Beach Post on one day i with a cast of more than' 500 persons -I the Singletary camp during the I Elms, Mrs. A. G. Rea, Mr. and Mrs. manse with refreshments of .. :,vt
_this week carried the and coffee served 1'
announcementof will depict the origin and development Miss Jettie Bur berry shortcake
past year and is an enthusiastic E. A. Richard and !
the engagement of Miss O. H. Roberts, and Mrs. R. .:,
Mrs.
Margie of sun worship since roughs. by
I booster for Lake Okeechobee fish- Tea will be served at the

Harvel, daughter of Mr. ands W. earliest times. Fantastic stage settings Ing, On this trip he was accompanied last named place, where the tour H. Collins, hostesses.
S. Harvel, former Clewiston resi of inclement weather about -
will be erected on the shore of by another famous novelist, Rex also starts. In spite
dents and now residing at Boynton,.'I Lake Worth where the twenty women ,were present. .
brilliantly Beach and Fred Stone, his friends Tickets can be had at the Fort

to Kenneth Mims, of _Boynton. ThE costumed players will present a series and neighbors from Sebring. They Myers Chamber of Commerce and at'

wedding !& to take place in the lak I l of symbolic dances on the evening remained here only one day, return- the Miller Gift Shop, both on First Mr. and Mrs, M. R. Lawler attended -

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BRISBANETHIS L .roe UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL I




WEEK. SUNDAY LessonBy


REV. P. B. FITZWATER D. D..
Member of Faculty Moody Blbl
What a Troubled World? 1 I Institute of Chicago.
Western Newspaper Union.
What Will TVA Do?

Schwab Still Smiles '

Steam Turbine Planes Lesson for March 8
By Ed war Pickard
Will this troubled world ever calm
(D Western Newspaper Union JESUS AND THE LAWYER Taking Time
to
down, supply work to those willing
work and live happily Few can expect: to succeed by

....- : and enable su- Townsend Plan Inquiry tary Swanson. He was a student In GOLDEN LESSON TEXT-Luke TEXT-Thou 10:25-37.shalt love the any get-rich-qulck process, but millions
/y the naval academy class of 1909, but become well off time.
by taking
lor ability to
Lord and
per Attracts Attention thy God with all thy heart,
. TI; show what It can instructions left before graduation to become a with all thy soul, and with all thy
: waiting for as
\ do? WHILE second lieutenant In the marine corps, strength, and with all thy mind; and. "
wakingfrom to do In the matter of in which servIce' he rose to the rank of thy neighbor as thyseU-Luke: 10:27.: A Three Days' CoughIs

Spain, taxation: the members of the house- colonel. He was buried In Arlington PRIMARY TOPIC-Jesus' Story of a

a long lethargy, and many others-directed their at ten- National with full I Good Neighbor. Your f
is swept by riots, don to the investigation cemetery military JUNIOR TOPIC-Who Is My Neigh- Danger Signal "
rites after funeral ceremonies
stormed and that bor?
:
jails of the activities were attended by President Roosevelt INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR No matter how many medicines. )

set afire. Rioting of the Townsend pen- and other high officials. TOPIC-How to Be a Good Neighbor. you have tried for your cough, chest r
and rebellionIn I sion plan promoters.Speaker many YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT cold, or bronchial irritation, you can.
South America ; jET 'jul TOPIC-Whose Neighbor Am I? get relief now with Creomulsion.. :
will friendly Byrns appointed Week-End Activities of Serious trouble may be brewing and I
our
} on the probing you cannot afford to take a chance ;
'
feeling compel us President Roosevelt The subject, "Jesus Teaches Neigh i
{ committee of eight twoi with anything less than Creomul-
to attempt straightening avowed TownsenditeS PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT had a bqrliness,*.' chosen by the' lesson committee sion, which gcss right to the seat.
I that out? deals only with one side of the of the trouble to aid nature to-
f -John El. Tolan Dem- busy week-end. First he went to .
soothe and heal the inflamed
Rioting in Parts;; question; namely, man's duty to hIs; mem
ocrat, and Samuel L. Philadelphia and received from Temple I branes as the germ-laden phlegmis
Arthur Brliltnne I fellow men whereas his first i Is;
and sabotage on ; duty
Collins, Republican, university the honorary degree of loosened and expelled. I

English men-o'-war. both from California. doctor of jurisprudence. He deliv- to God. Even, if other remedies have ,. .

Nations fight classes fight, labor I The chairman Is J. ered an address In the course of whichhe 1 I. How to Inherit. Eternal Life failed, don't discouraged, your '

unions fight, and even men of the I J. Jasper Bell Jasper Bell, of Missouri said: "True education depends (vv. 25-28). druggist Creomulsion is authorized and to refund guarantee .' .'
Ito your I
same religion fight. Democrat, author of the resolu- upon freedom In the pursuit of truth. 1. The lawyer's question (v. 25). money if you are not satisfied with :

tion for the Investigation. It was understood No group and no government can The term "lawyer" here means "one< results from the very first bottle. !

Washington wonders what TVA will that Mr. Bell had already properly prescribe precisely what versed" in religious law the Scriptures Get Creomulsionright, now. (Adv.) I II

do with the Supreme court letting gov- gathered a mass of Information to should constitute the body of knowl- not "lawyer" in our modern I

ernment enter the business of producing with which sense of that term. It more nearly !
substantiate the charge that the edge true education is con- Rather. LateIt I
and selling power. cerned. The truth Is found when corresponds to our theological pro-
Townsend plan has become a huge men fessor. The Is not until middle age thata ;
lawyer's object tt)
Some suggest putting power on every racket. The leaders of both parties in are free to pursue It. was man becomes Interested in his. i

farm, regardless of distance or cost, congress have been getting rather "It Is this belief in the freedom of trip Jesus, to Induce him to take such destination. ;

as rural mall delivery is put on every nervous over the growth of the Town- the mind, written into our fundamentallaw a stand as would weaken his influence< !
as a teacher. I
farm.If send movement and are glad to see It and observed in our every day ___ ... .
2. n u I
Jesus" question (v. 2G). "WhatIs
entitled to dealings with the problems of life
is
every home government : attacked ; but some impartial observers ,
mall delivery, every farm shouldbe call attention to the fact that the that distinguishes us as a nation." written in the law?" He sent him < ;
to the law, the field which was familiar '
entitled to government power delivery way the committee Is going after it Next the President hurried up to *) k' ::f (

on the same basis. That would smacks of unconstitutional abridgement Cambridge, Mass., to see his son John to him. Jesus thus robbed him :>:::: ";;;:", .";;k My Ideal Remedyfo

business for companies, initiated into the old aristocratic Fly of his own weapon. Though Jesus ';::,
mean copper of the right to petition. 'L
I knew the motive of the lawyer, he did ''f: HEADA.ttmUE ,
barns club of Harvard.
more running water in cow It was 'expected that one of the first Returning to Hyde .
Park not evade his question. :.Z( Though I have tried all good' ;; '
more irrigated garden patches, more questions to be considered by the committee Mr. Roosevelt delivered a. radio remedies Capudine suits mea ti

electric light after sundown in chicken would be the salaries receivedby address marking brotherhood day of 3. The lawyer's reply (v. 27). He .>. ," :.:".a best. It is quick and gentle."

: the national conference of Christiansand made an intelligent answer, declarin :..""; /,1/. :..: Quickest because it is liquid-
coops. Dr. Francis E. Townsend, author of : '
: > : its ingredients are already dis'i7 -
the scheme, and R. E. Clements, for- Jews, and he called on all be- that the entire content of the law was: r'f'lfL.solved.' For headache, neuralgic :-J ''

lieving Americans to unite against the embraced in love to God and man dt.: ::;.; aches-periodic pains.
Charles M. 'Schwab, seventy-four, mer California real estate operator,
4. Jesus' reply (v. 28). The straight-
wave of that all
irreligion challenges
still specializes in optimism, like the co-founder and general manager. Clements -
faiths. forward answer went to the heart of
man who went to the race track, lost has revealed to newspaper reporters -
the lawyer. Perfect love to God amman
every cent, but escaped death In the that he and Doctor Townsend receive -
is truly the way of life. No man.
railroad wreck. Mr. Schwab says labor salaries of $100 a week each Ship Subsidy Measure
has yet had or can have such love
conditions are the best In 56 years. from OARP-the old age revolving Seems to Be Discarded His sinful condition precludes its pos- Viewpoint of Selfish "

He should know; he began as a laborer pension organi'zation-and SoO a week EVELOPMENTS I in Washington slbillt The lawyer keenly felt thIs The world is all selfish In the-

and did not get $5, or $3, or $2 a day. each from the Townsend national J-7 lead to the belief that the Cope- thrust. He was defeated on his own opinion of the selfish f.
Industry he calls a "three-legged stool." weekly which claims a circulation of
land bill has been aban-
ship subsidy grounds and, therefore, convicted of
Capital, labor, management are the 250.000.) doned. Word came from the White guilt.II. ';;

three legs. I, Congressman John Steven McGroarty, House that the Presi- CARDUI \
"Who Js ?
My Neighbor ('Iv.
Put Charles SI. Schwab back wherehe California's "poet laureate, says the dent, although he 29-37). Cardui is a purely vegetable medicine $ir.
will control the house ofrepresentatives
was 5G years ago, the same as then, Townsendites Initiated the -i'
principles for the relief of functional.
1. The lawyer's question (v. 2D). :
in and and lie would soon at the next session, and weak- .' :
age energy r: '. of the measure, periodic pain, nervousness '
"Who Is. my neighbor? This'questio ;
be at the head of a great Industry. and adds: "They have built up the would toot press for ness due to poor nourishment. ;-
reveals the Insincerity ,of the la\V .
'er.Christ's
Who does not believe It does not know I largest political organization In the its passage; and Senator "I have used Cardui and had good. ;}
h'istoQ' of America with 10 million answer had reached his con- .
W.
Schwab. Royal S. Cope- results from its use, writes Mrs. .. :
enrolled members.. If you Include those +> science and now he seeks to escape the E. Barnett, of Taylors, S. C. "I suf- '

who have signed petitions favoring theVmnsend land, whose commerce difficulty by asking a captious question. fered with cramping and headaches :.'

Russia, trying everything, experiments plan the number Is Increasedto committee approvedthe 2. ,Jesus' answer (vv. 3037)Jesus' and would have, a chilly feeling .
with a steam-propelled turbine bill which was a the Sometimes I would feel miserableand !
than answered
reply more
::0 million. By November It will he
plane for stratosphere flights. At such twice this This part of the administration lawyer's question. In the parable of have pain more than a day, and ,
water bois! at half the temperature large. Investigationwill Is so After six '
heights program, the Good Samaritan he makes clear: 'I would be nervous. taking
necessary at sea level. The vastly strengthen the Townsend Irritated that he may bottles 'of Cardui, I had less pain and
who is a neighbor, and also what i It
movement and that knows Sen. "
anybody Copeland regulated. I feel much better. :;
exhaust steam after heating the plane drop It. Senator Guf- was
knows that. The American mean to be a neighbor and what lov- Of if Cardui does not to
anything course, seem
would be recovered 00 cent. Two of has
per fey Pennsylvania prepared a
consult
like fair and know Ing a neighbor means. Christ's an- relieve your trouble, a physician.
people play they
years ago William and George Bessler, ( rival measure, not yet Introduced.
this is swer had a double meaning. He not
in Los Angeles, built and flew a plane thai Investigation just dirty Shipping interests have given warnIng -
olitirs." only made clear "Who is my neighbor,1but
with a steam engine. There Is still that new construction for, foreign
also that the lawyer was not play-
much to learn about flying. trade will continue to be paralyzed by Ing the neighbor.a. .

Gen. Hagood Punished uncertainty and lead to additional In- o
This destitute and wounded man,
It Is pleasing to learn from George New Deal 'Criticism sistence by the Navy department on left on the wayside by the robbers, I Is; lU ia P '

Washington university of a new and V | AJ GEN. JOHNSON ii\noon the building of its own auxiliaries. a man who needs a neighbor. MI

"refreshing" preparation that makes 1V recently suggested to the house neighbor, therefore, is the one who

possible childbirth, "during sound pproprlntions ,subcommittee; thai con New Farm Relief Bill needs my help, whether he lives next SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY,

sleep' without pain.' rpss take advantage of what he Sent to Conference door, or on the other side of the

More and better children, bigger termed "WPA stage money4 and us. between the house world. Love does not regard locality,

population, is what the world needs, It: to improve housing at army posts. DIFFERENCES versions of the new nationality, or blood relation. Those<

with gradual elimination of the hope Within a few days came this order farm relief measure were utterly Irreconcilable who have the spirit of Christ can see ConstipationRelieved

lessly inferior race by absorption, or signed: by Gen. Malln Craig, chief u i if you could take the their neighbors on every hand.

voluntary extermination.Poor taff. order! of the o.war Quickly EasilyMrs.
by secretary work of the conferees of both bodies b. What being a neighbor means. ,

: to whom the bill was sent. Nevertheless. Our supreme consideration should not! B. G. Brown, Atlanta Ga..
Halle Selassie of Ethiopia, "n '. order of the I'rpsidpnt.! Maj. Gen it was expected the disputes be, "Who is my neighbor?" but "Whose writes: "I take Dr. Hitchcock's All- .

waiting for the rainy season to expel Johnson!' Hiignoil. United States army would all be adjusted within a few neighbor .am'I?" To be a neighbor Is Vegetable Laxative Powder for dizziness ::J
the Italians found his Is relieved from assignment to the biliousness and sick headaches.
suddenly armyof lays and the measure sent to the (1). To be on the lookout for thoseIn caused by constipation. I have never

80,000 driven hither and thither, ('OIllmH nil of the Eighth Corps are. White House. need of help (v. 33)). Love is always found anything better. When I feel

'and two other armies, under two of and! further duty at Fort Sam Houston Senator Smith, chairman of the senate on a journey. It Is keen to dis- weak, rundown and sluggish I take

his ablest "rases," sent scattering into >\ns, Mnj. Gen. Hagood will..proceeto the 1/3 dose after meals, or a small dose
agriculture committee, voiced indignant cern needs of those with whomIt
his home and await orders. Th at bedtime. It thoroughly cleanses.
the jungle.
opposition to a house amend is brought into contact. the bowels." Dr. Hitchcock's Laxa-

Seventy thousand Italians seizing a ravel directed is necessary In the mil meat providing that tenant farmer (2). To have compassion on the tive Powder is mild-but effectiveit -

mountain fort that Ethiopia thought Iwry' service.1'Prominent and sharecroppers shall be IncludedIn needy .(v. 33)). Christ's compassion was acts gently yet thoroughly and
removes that clogged condition of
impregnable started the Mussolini kindof
cash benefits landowners for
paid aroused as he came Into contact with the bowels. At all drug stores 25c..
"rainy season" with bombs from Tw Men Are
the conserving soil and thus controlling those who were suffering and in need.

sky.' This time Mussolini used his own "1aimed by Death production. Those who are Christlike will be like- DR. HITCHCOCK'S

.white, Italian soldiers, not his native
took from the scene two wise moved.

:_ ':.troops' ;i from Eritrea. DEATH prominent in national life- Eden Warns That Another (3). To give to those In need (v. Laxative Powder

Albert Cabell Ritchie governor of World War Impends 34). Love does not-calculate the cost

'Russia and Japan seem to be approaching Maryland for four terms and Henry EDEN British of its actions. Whenever there is the
,
war. Recently Russia closed
strobe Iti>o evelt. as- Cal'TANTHONY calculation of cost there is the ex- m
in the
1 Its consulate general at Mukden, in stood up
!'I Istnnt secretary of pression of selfishness. Many are will-
: house of commons and warned the
Manchukuo
Japanese en. Japanese and Manchukuoan: no reason giv-air the navy and distant 4, world that recurrence of the World ing to give money to ,help the poor and tl 1R6gST
a
forces ousin of the I'resi- war was imminent and in his opinion needy, but are unwilling personallyto CKS ,
are reported for Instant
prepared
action. Japan den I. Mr. Ritchie wasa could not be averted except by a system minister to them. Many times the ? \ etvuc r olifar
protests againstRussia's
leader among conservative of collective security "embracingall personal touch is more important than
huge army In Siberia. Something $1.00 BOOHS Onot
happen. Democrats, nations in an authority which is the material aid. Q 0 HI-VIEW POULTRY FACM-LEAVtNWOaTH.INIl

may from the start a de unchallenged and unchallengable." (4)). To bind up wounds.. If we have

erinineil foe of nalonnl Eden: impressed upon members of eyes to discern we shall see many
Chancellor- Hitler announces: "We X181 JOe 40c 65e Dottle./
I piuhlbltion, and the parliament the difference between wounds about us that need attention.
have solved CLEANS
,the"problem of
producing In IJl.TJ: a candidatefor ( :i policy of collective security and one (5). To set the helpless ones on our .
synthetic -gaspline and rubber." TIES, MII Uftl ,
.. How good are the synthetic fuel and the Presidential I -.-. of encirclement, such itS the "ring of beasts while we walk (v. 34 This Is GLOVES, \ ,r
nomination I by his steel" which Germany complains Is the proof of the genuineness of our CLOTHES. UIII ALL DRUGGISTS' 4VOMEN
; { rubber how cheap? These
; things will A. C. Ritchieout
; party Though beaten being forged about her by France love. The . : : come, for'science in the material world'
ft by F. D. (Roosevelt, he had the &at- "The British government will haveno deny themselves In order to have ,

';, ._ can do everything better than. nature sl'actlon of seeing his repeal plank lot or part In .encirclement," Eden something to give to those in need. OF ALL AGES
; do it '
can
0 put into the Democratic Ilatrorm.ff said. (0). To bring to the Inn and take
f :{ Fuel will be created, and flying machines Mrs. J. II. Falsen of
I ', .ate he had been an outspoken critic .Earlier tn his speech the minister care of the unfortunate-v. 34). Genuine 713 Eva St, Durham,
far above
too
as today's products jf the New I Deal policies, for he was innounced that the sanctions already love does not leave its service N. C., said: "It was

; as electric light is above whale tl champion of state rights. imposed upon Italy by members of the.eagueof incomplete. Much Christian serviceIs c impossible for I me'to :i
well and
oil acid the-airplane above the } sleep was so. ;
... .. ox-cart. Henry L. Roosevelt was the fifth Nations are achieving ,their partial, leaving the man to take y weak most of the time
I member of his family to serve as as- purpose of hastening the cessation of care of himself. that I wasn't able to doa l
? thing. I would be '
! New high schools will \ >
Jersey give sistant secretary 'of the navy, and Jnecent war. between Italy and Ethiopia. He (7). To give money (v. 35). It costsa troubled too with splitting -

I+I ,. : courses in "safe n'vtomoblle driving," ; : months he .had played an increasingly failed to satisfy the opitOs'Opa: on the good deal "to 'be a neighbor. -Love Is : headaches. 1 was. !I
: losing weight steadily, weighed but 95
a good Idea. All school boys should Jmportant part In the affairs question of an oil embargo against the most expensive thing In the world pounds. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription 7

/ learn about automobiles and airplanes of the department acting as Italy by sidestepping a definite com It cost God his only Son; It cost Jesus helped to give me an appetite ad I felt. ..
just fine and was able to enjoy life once
O King Features Syndicate, inc.
WNU Service. secretary during the illness of Secre mltment on such a boycott.: Christ his life. more.. I gained in weight too." Buy now I ::

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THF CLEWISTON NFWS FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1936

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RECORDS MINUTE ACTIONA WE'LL PASS IT .-
.
. TR.OnEJ: : ffOl1JcJOld i) new electric measuring device Finders aren't always keepers In ,

records the action of one millionthof Massachusetts. A state law pro-

@ an ampere, or about one-tenth of vides that a person finding money or

rn;" .gv: WHh: ...-.: T wiiI Questions the "wing-power" of a house fly ; and goods to the .value of $'J or more

)- \1IIJ3I the newest X-ray machine, producesrays must notify police headquarters, post

Oil the boys' shoes and they will that can penetrate three inchesof public' notice or advertise the fact

last longer and become water resist. solid steel.-Collier's. in a newspaper. '

ant. Use castor oil sparingly on the

uppers, but give the soles ,all the oil

they will absorb.
*

Don't forget that a badly kept lavatory .IfYouHave"Acid

or bathroom is a danger to .

everybody In any home. It should

once a week be washed with water. Indigestion"ALKALIZE

to which a. disinfectant has been

added. Disinfectant should occasionally -. YOUR
STOMACH THIS WAY
be poured down the pipes. -
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: '
-To, remove all grated lemon peel -
-
from a grater use a clean vegetable

brush kept in the pantry for this wucw pt PHInIDS'
\ AlkalizesDisturbed
purpose. It may also be used. to wash,, ?
.
the grater For loublel Stomach
*
.. Almost
A 1p1iTpN Instantly
; <
Wash sieves always in soda water J 1117/V.M
and never in soapy water. Particlesof raLMWf/

adhere to sieve an givea
soap may
Chess Is Taught in Schools of Strobeck.
soapy flavor to foods put through: it

Prepared by the National Geographic,: Society, fields, for Strobeck's only business Isgricullure. *
Washington D. C.-WNU Service. An excellent deodorizer is made .you can relieve even the their stomach alkalized are

/ / THO BECK, the chess town, Is Like: the royal children ofthe Kingdom with a few drops of oil of lavender annoying symptoms of finding this out.

5 in the Ilarz mountains, near of Cyrus, who had to learn the !added to a cup of (polling( water. acid stomach in almost as little Try it. Get a bottle of the '

Ilalberstndt, only a step off laws of chess "almost with their moth- time now as it takes,to,tell liquid Phillips' for home use.

your route from Berlin to Weimar ers' milk," so the children of Stro- A clever way to use chintz that hasa The answer is .simple. You Only 251 for a big box of Phillips' -

. ," says the German guide. beck learn early, with their ABC's, to large colorful design is to cut the alkalize your stomach almost Tablets to carry with you.

<, At dusk:, four hours after you leave master the rules and regulations of the material in wide scallops and use in instantly this way: Watch out that any bottle or

Leipzig, you are deposited, somewhat game narrow widths at the sides of the Take 2 teaspoonfuls of box you accept is clearly marked"Phillips'

bewildered, at a little brick station "How many rooms have you here?" window and across the top as a val- Phillips' Milk of Magnesia 30 Milk of Magnesia.' "

surrounded by ;yellow stubble fields and, you ask of the master. ance. In this way a single width of minutes after meals. OR-take'

a few old elms. Not a sign of a town "We live In 12 and all 12 are In the the material may be utilized! to make 2 Phillips' Milk of Magnesia

can be seen schoolhouse," he replies. a pair of curtains, for only half of a Tablets, the exact equivalent.That's SIGNS WHICH OFTEN

"\ 'here's Strobeck?" ;you ask the Chess in the School Room. single piece is needed for each side. : all'you' do! Relief comes INDICATE "ACID STOMACH"
'in few minutes. Your stomachis
a
agent with some concern, as the train '
The effect Is unusual and most at '
Returning to the classroom, you find alkalized soothed. Nausea
-
bend and leaves ,
disappears around a tractive. PAIN AFTER EATING SLEEPLESSNESS
the children ready with 1G chessboards:
and distress quickly dis-
you in the shadows. 1: Bell Syndlca.te.-W Service. upset FEELING OF WEAKNESS INDIGESTION
Soon you are forgotten, as the master It's
"Over yonder, where ;you see the gray appear amazing. NAUSEA MOUTH ACittTY
church spire among the green trees. explains the laws of the game and the Dr. Pierce's Pellets are best for liver, Results come so fast because LOSS OF APPETITE SOUR STOMAC.Phillips'
functions of the chessmen. The children bowels and stomach. One little Pellet fora I Milk of is FREQUENT HEADACHES
It's only a half hour away by foot, he Magnesia a
setup their black and white laxative-three for a cathartic.-Adv. natural alkallzer. 9"
replies with a quizzical smile. potent Every-
With no taxis or other means of pieces in formal array on the check. where people,- urged to keep :-..;....;_
red battlefields. So They SayIf
transportation in sight, ;you leave ;your
"Players with the white pieces make a baby smiles In its sleep; It is "
bags at the the station and start off the first move," announces the school talking] with angels. t 1ffI ;. :; S :M (ir:9f: M' : / \ ;F .:
toward town.
master.
Finally; you land breathless in front -
Slowly and carefully the young enthusiasts -
of the village inn, the Gasthof Schat- I
make their moves, and it is xx
tenberg, on the edge of a public square.
with keen interest that ;you watch the
Tou are in Strobeck, the only place In
: uniform courtesy that they display to
all Germany, if not all Europe, where I
their opponents, their quiet and undemonstrative -
the royal art of chess Is taught ;yearafter
behavior In times of
: :year in ,the school.
defeat or victory. The fast thinkers
Adjoining your simple quarters In win their games In five to ten moves, 'I'LL GIVE YOU W WELL-ITS A GOOD -THAT'S )ENOUGH OF

the inn is the huge entertainment hall while the slow thinkers look: long at ONE LAST CHANCE,j THING VOU'RE LETTING YOUR ROUGH STUFF >' 'DUMBLREFEIREI
devoted to chess, the best room in the :
their men and move slowly.; The average JACK. IF YOU LOSE ME PLAY TONIGHT/MY WALToN T SAW YOU ? HE5
touse. The walls are decorated with IF GOING
player wins or loses his game In YOURTEMPERAGAIN FATHER CAME ALL ELBOW THAT MAN IN
paintings and mottos. On the tables 'TO PLAY ON THEIR
40 to 50 moves. Some are badly VOU'RETHROUGH THE WAY FROMWASHINGTON THE FACE! GET our 'SID HE'D
are the chessboards, Ivory pieces andpawns > BETTERpur
beaten ,and some soon resign and start To OF THE GAME !
and other precious sets, hand- ON A __
all over again."Strobeck SEE THE GAME/
, carved and charcoaled by local artists. I BASKETBALL JI'M
-, :: is the home of chess," the
You may be shown,.oneold-fashioned sum/
master reminds you, as he sends the AW-THS(
chessboard, not exhibited to everybody.It ; DOESN'T"KNOW j
COACH
children back to their lessons. "Don'tfail
illustrates the character of the vil- ENOUGH To ; ,,
to see the historical hess tower or
lage and on it is the inscription that TEACH A KINDERage J it"4
castle, where the chess champions of G I
It was given to'Strobeck by the Elector ;'; GARTEN CLASSIC '1'. rtal'
the town held their first contests a half {,
of Brandenburg on May 13, 1CG1. .::.: 11-i[ PLAY TIDD1EDYWINKS it yy' I.y
century before William the Conqueror ti
"Strobeck must be a quiet place In /
"
which to sleep, after the seething cap' landed In England. r "
j
Regretfully] leave the kindly .
: itals of Europe," you dare to hope, as you i MR.COFFEZ.
schoolmaster and proceed to the towerof
.you retire between feather beds to \
class, in the heart of the village. 1
roast in August.
"You see the balcony the
False hope Across' the cobblestone says
guide, when he succeeds In cajolln
way Is a tiny bakery shop with
the: key from the keeper and opens the
bell the door. time child
. a on Every a
', heavy door. "The 'tower since the
year
is sent for a loaf' of bread or a
1011 has entertained two of
.. .cookie the bell tinkles: merrily. Stro- groups
players, one on the balcony and one
"beck's innumerable .
: dog populationbarks '
on the ground floor."
most of the night.
Story of the Chess Tower.
' Ramble Through the Town. JACK'SFATHER CERTAINLY YOU'J FINE I YOU {:
That this tower should have playeda ,

At 5 a. m. the wagons clatter over part In the legendary origin of the COACH DOCTOR < 10NpT

the cobblestones to the fields ; for royal game in Strobeck Is most nat- CAN YOU TOO BAD AND YOU'Ll.

Strobeck's 1,400 Inhabitants are not ural. When Henry the Second of Ger- SPARE A -HE5 A STAR BACK ONMINUTE

.only che.
minded as well. Every driver entertains Gungelin be delivered to the Bishop :, M'/"NO
.
-: himself by cracking his whip over of Strobeck, to be kept In solitary confinement rf TRAINING RULE 4 CURE ,

:the brawny backs: of his oxen. The' the prisoner was straightway SWITCHING

geese begin to' gabble,. gabble here and whisked off to this stronghold.The ; % frJ .,% : !: ,!"%: TO POSTUM,

,: 'gabble, gabble there, and the hens begin royal captisoon learned how ''ir., ,' r Nr; ':yr+ f.c{:{ ,{ ; ,.7Yr.i.r::.; : NOW / : IS HE ? THEN '

I;;: to cluck, cluck to the chicks, and the to beguile the lonely hours by playing .p a' ; r r{'?6.J + :fp:. i r a GOING I'M THROUGH/ :.7N

.r ., cows low all over the town. Strobeck chess, a game in which he was pas-

':-. Is up and doing. sionately Interested. He chalked out I ,,r, I

You breakfast on bread, chocolate, a chessboard on his dungeon floor and I {

and a dash of golden marmalade. carved two sets of chessmen out of

: Then a guide takes you 'in tow for a wood. Then, being doomo-J to play

. -sight-seeing ramble. alone, this ingenious prisoner made his
> Many of the red-tiled houses of the right hand the opponent of his left,

','- :medieval village remind you of the and 'the game went on. (,:/ :r-- \ -' !

picturesque cottages of old England. In due time the Strobeck peasantswho

On some of them are black and white took turns in guarding the door

t' targets, and others suggest the influence of his cell became Interested in the

; : > of chess In their style of iiecturp. count's silent maneuvers on the check-

' ered floor anti were Initiated Into the

un me fringe or tne village u. are mysteries of the game. They, in turn OF COURSE,you know that children should never "

" found men and women in a cloud of taught the rules to their wives and coffee.But do you realize that the caffein -
./', dust threshing rye from which the children. 3o pAyS LATER in coffee disagrees with many grown-ups, too?

!r_ everyday bread of Strosbeck is made.. This legend of the origin of chess In THINK I'LL WIRE If you are bothered by headaches or indigestion,
: '1'ht fei.He fields surrounding the vll'Jage Strobeck was perpetuated on the town's WAIT WHILE I HIM,TOO -AND or find it difficult to sleep soundly caffein may
WIRE PADI TELL HIM WHAT A '
have been swept clean and the chess-Inspired paper money.In be to blame.

crops of rye; oats, wheat, barley, pota- this atmosphere of legendary chess WANT HIM -n:> FINE' DISPOSITION Isn't it worth, while to try Postum for 30 days? ,.
I'VE BEEN VOU'V/E/ ACQUIRED
toes, and beets are being stored. Strobeck enjoys a quiet, bucolic life. rKNO Postum contains no caffein. It is simply whole wheat
''
YOU SWITCHED
Finally you arrive at school, where Once a year a chess tournament is E f, ELECTED BASKETBALL ;; SINCE TO POSTUM and bran, roasted and slightly sweetened. It is easy

your guide introduces you and explaIns held In the village school, usually with a CAPTAIN >-Y: to make,and costs less than one-half cent a cup. It's '

sour mission to the master. He, In 48 contestants taking active part In the 4:{/ a delicious drink, too. and may prove a real help.

turn, Introduces you to his flock:: of tourney. The victors carry off the ;. ., ,,%, rrf. n i e, n {3; A product of General Foods. ,
'boys and girls ranging in age from' trophies, which are always new chess- { {' '
\ 'ten to fourteen. These children carry boards, and arc escorted home in honor. 'V > "" Ty.}' j r9nPio '" FREE-let us send you your first week's supply
,their chessboards to school as natural. Then the village is alive with gay of Postum/rce/ Simply mail the coupon.O .

'..'-. -,' ,ly ns American school children carry banners and badges, and living chess. 1938. O. F. CORP. ::1

: their books.: men, kings and queens, bishops and
".' ,f.'..... "This Is the only grade In which we knights, and pawns parade the streets. pJK 4" u vGA ,1'r .GENERAL Faa.s, Battle Creek, Mich. w. N. o.-!-7-JS ",
:' -' leach the children how to x y' Send me, without obligation o week's supply of Postum. :
chess
play Visitors Interested in chess flock into ? Yti rrrz
,,: -says the master. "Here we teach the Strobeck 'from many points. v Syr''' k Name -

' game every week: during the last three While a village merchant waits for i .

months of the school year-Januarj', customers, he entertains himself with Street

February, and March. The children the exciting problems of chess, and .State_

attend school, however, every month in when business knocks he lays his chess City Filtin completely, print name and address. a

.the year-from 7 to noon In summer board aside only while the purchaseris :r !!t; If you live 5n Canada, address: General Foods, Ltd..

and 8 to noon and 1 to 3 p. m. In sene So his father has done r/ / Cobourg,-Ont. (Offer expires Dec. 31, 193().)

winter" before him. So his son will do after

In 6&ntti: everybody works In the he is gone




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FRIDAY, MARCH: 6, 193PAGE
CLEWISTON NEWS

FOUR

I I M. E. Von l Carlton Prevail and George Smith, .
Doris Simmons, Juanita The medal was given by :,i
or Ballard, Hill-Billles for
News change or regulate your city I Mach, who has been very kind In his I and the Dixie Crystal :
The Clewiston county government and make you Jones. returned to interest and help with this debate. their lovely musical program during i*
has
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Jones
Juanita .
like it. They can give you a help- Haven where she will attend We wish to thank Mr. Roy Alston,L a short intermission. 'W
Moore
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the well-known
ing hand or a kick in .
If they hap I school
and
Published every Friday In Clewistoi, pants as they choose can even go The second grade has ben mak- = : l "
the CLEWISTON NEW, pen to feel like it they good clay animals in ,',n,
Florida, by to kick out the 'man you ing some very '
Inc. so far as So I'm tellin' you, their modeling class. They have also ':' ; >:
elect as Governor.babies better be been making a study of Dutch peo- Security THE Security ,


+ Keathley Bowden, Editor they thinkln'good are about.A the Governor. is you powerless to ple Third and Grade customs.Spelling Honor Roll-' Quality J Band B Quality ,:' >?\:

government with a bad Sherwood Hall, Nicky Schiffli, Par- :
render good melia Bourne, William Willis, Sue
Governor Feeds ,
bad CO.Feeds
legislature but a ,
LaDeeri
Redish,
harmless witha VonMach, Christine GROCERY "
Entered as second class mail matter would be completely therefore the Peters, Martha Van de Velde, Lewis :' ',::;
at the Post good legislature, >
1927
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February and ability of our Blount. :
Clewiston, Florida, under honesty, integrity School Xews-- I '
Office in im- High
of
Matter grave
is a .,'L
of March: 3, 1897. legislators The high school debate was held
the Act A Full Line of Feeds Cut Worm Bait and '
portance. .
lot simpler Tuesday, March 3, at the school au-I '
And' it ought: to be a :
the debatea -
ditorium. At the close of I
job for you to elect good legislatorsthan I Poultry Supplies.
to Ed :
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year elect a good Governor. It lovely medal was presented
to
Advertising rates on application to check a candidatefor Clark, first affirmative 'speaker, as
Is not so easy
evening. Pri-
of the
the best speaker
from
Governor asit is a man .,
of merchandise at the Clewiston '
record Is zes :
whose "
Devoted to the advancement and; your own county Supply Co., Alston's Drug Store and Scratch Feed Whole Corn'
Hendr known to you Service Station. were .
of Clewiston and ; the Sugarland
welfare
look over the
Now is the time to given to the members of the negative '
County. out who is planningto Mash : ,/"
field 'and find side as having the best points. Egg '
If t" -:
at Tallahassee. ,
'represent you ,

-Now- for that another the year hunting, local season sportsmen is. nounced you, :'find or that propose those to who announce have are an- .:":':..:.. .:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Cracked Corn x Growing Mash .

over better
turned to fishing and it the "vest pocket" type, you .
have
and see to it that a "regu- POLITICALANNOUNCEMENTS
nice catches get busy
that some
understood
Shorts
is I'm ,
made. lar guy"gets:: -In the race, for I
been
have
boys up
tellin' you a few "wrong"

Kansas boasts a business mat in Tallahassee can do 'more harm Broiler Mash Wheat Bran
for; than a dozen Governors.' .
his business '
who has conducted (Paid Political Adv.)
without borrowing a Durin' the next few months you'regonna

sixty dollar.'years He should be In the Smith- hear a flock of gubernatorial .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..:..:..:..:..:' Chick Starter .-
candidates' tell you what that they'lldo
souian Institute. TO THE VOTERS OF HENDRY
if you elect 'em. They'll promiseto

Baseball has again taken the spot cut the cost of government, elim- COUNTY Rice Bran Chick Grit :,

light in the realm of sports-at least inate all boards and commissions, LaBelle, Fla.I .

in Florida where the big league balance the budget, provide pensionsand ,announce my candidacy for the Beet Pulp
teams are arriving daily' for their' unless you are immune to high- office of Superintendent of Public I
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oil fever
banana
spring training. pressure oratory and Instruction. "
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you'll probably fall for it. But I served the schools of this community I Ask for literature on how to produce for
Every day we hear of some new the only chance in the world they many years and will, if elected

plan being uncovered where some 'have to accomplish the things they do my best to keep the doors of %
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player has tried to beat a slot ma- promise rests;with the boys you sendto the school houses open and raise the profit. "

chine. But for every dollar "stolen"In the legislature.So standard of the, schools.I I -

such a, manner the machines get if you're really concerned a- of the promise schools a from complete politics separation and I I "
times the amount from other better state government I'm
many bout will work for a tenure of teachers I

players. tellin1 about you the importance to quit kid din'of yourself"who's. based the school entirely room.upon their success in .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-<..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:.Y.:. '- ,

About this time of year when you gonna be Governor" and start right Upon this platform I solicit your: ?, yIt

see a business man with the jitters now ,pickin' the RIGHT men for the support.; PLAN TO SEE THE ''

you can bet ten to one he's been next 'Legislature, and don't pick too D. G. McCORMICK.

making out" his income tax returns. : many lawyers. An experienced woodchopper It,

And by the way there's just a lit- might prove more valuable Re-elect ..

tle more than a week left to file that right now.4o'caI .- I'JO \, :
return. CARY D. LANDIS :;: SUN '
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The Gainesville-attorney- Joe Jen- ", Cage Teams :( >"jjj

kins, who has, been doing everything r 'Hold 'League Leadoore !

in his power to dislodge the "two- "LOANCE ,

job" legislators is a determined sort : ,.. '.'
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bird. Stopped temporarily by a Democrat) .:.
of a "( .Haven 4? + :
Supreme Court decision he has now Both the girls' and boys' basket- ::1: :;, ::1:
hat in the ring for rep- schoolare
tossed his ball teams of the local high '. [ "J'.
resentative and if elected will, con- ''in 'undisputed posession of first '..:'. .", ": '.:'

tinue the fight on the floor of the Basketball .. sPageantsParadesFireworks :'
place in the (Four County :. ,,..;; "
house in the 1937 session.r.r..rrrrr.r.rr.rrrrrr..rr. League, it "'was disclosed this week '. '-,' ':-

when Principal' C. E. Royer, of La- .:. y
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I Belle;_ prepared a statement of the :;: :::

standings of ,the: various teams at

the hallway pcfint in the season. s i Cast of 500 Persons in"SUN :_:
Late To Classify .. ::
Too I
Moore Hav,>Tr- boys' have won five : r.a tIi

games and lost one for ,an averageof '

By 'R..ussdl Kaytrotdrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.rrre .833 ant a lead over Boca Grandeof :: WORSHIPPERS' ::

33 points, that team having play-

ed one les&'game than the locals and 1 1I

And another thing that's hard to also lost one for an .800 average. It SEMINOLE 3 BIG STATE BAND :!:

LaBelle has won four and lost CONTEST
figure out is why we gotta go and / VILLAGE DAYS
two; ,Alva won two and lost two; I
get all steamed up and bothered over I
has won two and lost
Bonita Springs
"Who's gonna be Governor" and For A Second Term As
three, Fort Myers Juniors have won Beach i
pay almost no attention to the can- West Palm
didates who really do the whip two and lost four while Evergladesand Attorney General
I' Clewiston have failed as yet to y
crackin'. Of Florida
in the win column.
don't consider the elec- register His administration of the legal ;
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that '
Not The Moore Haven girls have won MARCH 17-18.19 ::
Florida ;
State of
the
of
Governor important, but affairs ::
tion of a of the five played for + .
every game and effective.
because I contend that the electionof an average of 1.000. LaBelle's girls has been vigorous i :tIn :

an efficient legislature is more have won 5 and .lost 1 for .833; Boca (Paid Advertisement) :.:::..:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.

so. Grande and, Everglades have each .
So while you're havin' a lot of won half their games for an average -. ,- '

fun playin' "Governor, Governor, of .500; Alva has won one and lost ,
who's gonna be Governor?".-you\two for ,a- .333 average; Fort Myers

better take time out now and then Juniors have won one and lost four Sunshine 0';'

to give a little serious thought to for a .200 average, while Bonita .;. the ,Land of

who you send to Legislature, Springs has failed to register.

. for in the end of the day it's the Moore Haven won both games last .
.. uy{::xr5w.{{ .YyfygQnruY{+lr 's'.S }yi <
boys in the House and Senate that week from Alva while LaBelle was rrr.} ,. .N+ Y YYf gA: ,;. .n. .Nm: ',
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/ really control the old apple cart. collecting a pair from .Fort Myers '

While Governors are probably] Juniors. -, '1':,"

necessary for sign in' bills, pard on in' Both teams will play on, the local >

criminals, dedicatin' parks or open- court tonight at 7:30 against the i.ilSE S s{, :.'.;', ..
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in' new highways, they've ,still got boys and girls teams of Bonita :' .

to take orders from the Board of, Springs. An admission price of 15c th <,:
C
Directors, and when "Simon says and 30c will be charged. Qet \

thumbs up or thumbs down" even / I.Iv. ,, / ...,:
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the Governor has to follow the lead-. 'x" 9t3 y. .

eror they can put him out of the' .:>nr4. r'i'
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Clewiston School News ;,:
Of cruise a Governor will bob up :?Qrin} '

outsmarta ... ,;
now and then who can
legislature and walk away with a'L q .,'rlrLF; yp .;:
Editor
Florine Moore,
'em in his vest pocket, but that only

occurs when you and me get careless Louise Bussey, Associate Editor
and sond him a "vest pocket" legis-
lature to play with. Bob Patterson, Sports Editor
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,Right now most any guy you .

meet on the street can' name a doz- ,'
en or more ambitious birds, who are First Grade News-

runnin' for Governor, but ask 'em Mrs. Beacom, the first grade ..

who is runnin for the legislaturefrom teacher, has been 'ill for several

their district and not ,one out days. She missed school Monday but {

of ten will have the slightest idea. attended Tuesday, however'was absent -I F r }<;w<+r/Gtf,: }i.4r1G4;. }, k.X.:2}; r3Y, : '
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And yet our 1gI iature.as a group Wednesday. Everyone hopes Ii + ,
constitutes: the all powerful branchof she will soon be well and be able I i :'

government. Tli so arc the boys to: attend school: i IT'S THE "BIG" Gulf gallon because it's all fuel! Many gasolines contain as :: .. .

who really have t say when It Second Grade Spelling Honor Roll-' But advanced refining rids Gulf of all non-power- "
Esther much as 1/7 waste. it! Get :v????' '.,
lowering Nora Oglesby, Noby Geiger, it to tvaste.Try
comes to raiding or your elements.All of it goes to work-none of goes
taxes; they have the power'to levy Brewer, Shirley Moon, Caroline producing GOOD GULF GASOLINE at the sign of the Orange Disc.THE .- '.

taxes and create boards and commis- Selee, James Smith, James Ricks, Zl.tankfulofTHAT

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Mrs. R. N. Smith Mrs. R. H.
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INN:NNNNNNN:NNNNNNNN:NNNNNN MRS. OWEN HOSTESS AT The
Eyes of Youth
s LOVELY BRIDGE PARTY Knight, Mrs. Josephine Knight, Mrs. READ THE ADVERTISEMENTS
:i: :: The old historian
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Plutarch when
Personal Mention \V. F. Simpson and Mrs. J. W.
I risked what bojs should learn said
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x x Mrs. W. C. Owen entertained with Ezelle.
J: .......................................................................................................:. one of the loveliest bridge parties of:i I I II ': "That which they will use when men."
J' 1 I The trouble Is that men do not use NORGE REFRIGERATORS y
Mr. and Mrs. Toy: Durrence visit- the season at her' home Thursday I II I CARD OF THANKS: I enough what they learned and what PHILCO RADIOS "
rfteruoon honoring Mrs. J. L. Crabb. 1
ed in Fort Myers Sunday. they thought and what they: hcped as Furniture and Home Furnishings '!,
The living at the Owen
room
I I I We wish to express our heartfelt hoys. The Idealism of j-or.th too Household "
Mr. and Mrs. V;. A. Allen visited home, which has recently',been redecorated -\ /appreciation of the many acts of quickly) fades. Most men are too Furnishings (,
. in Fort Myers Saturday afternoon.Mrs. I with white as the' predom- kindness by our friends in Clewiston oractlral Excnniicp Inc.
'mating color, was decorated with -
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during the illness and death of our
F. M. Wright spent Saturday large vases of yellow marigolds and beloved husband and father, and for BELLE GLADE FLORIDA. .';
::1 shopping in West Palm Beach.T. nasturtiums. The prizes presented to the many lovely floral offerings we

M. Coburn, of LaBelle, visited the winning players were all in are indeed grateful.Mrs. J. M. COUSE j.!i
" : this week with his daughter, Mrs.J. vhite. I|I "
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W. P. Vaughn, Sr. L. B. Mershon
W. Moore and family. Mrs. A. A. Munroe received a pairof I I
candy dishes as high' score prize; Mr. and Mrs. W P Vaughn, Jr. Counselor and Attorney at Law '
AGENT
, Mrs.. Celeste Harper and S. S. Savage Mrs. C. E. Nail was given two lace Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn. Hopkins Building I New .v.". .
I York Life i iI
of Pahokee visited here with doilies as the consolation prize; Mrs.
Parker Wilson Sunday. B. Shelley received a cigarette box I LOCAL CAGE TEAM Wednesdays and Saturdays Insurance 'i
TONIGHT Company z
WILL 'PLAY
IT. second high score prize and an j
9:80 to 4:00 I
ARCADIA .
FLORIDA
.' Mrs. W. F. Simpson and Mrs. Olin cream and' sugar set was ,
The. boys' basketball team of the I .1
Carleton were Moore Haven visitors presented to Mrs. Crabb as the guest
prize. local high school will meet the Fort
Tuesday.Mr. I, Refreshments of fruit salad, 'Myers Junior High team tonight in '!

and Mrs. ;V. A. Allen visited J brown, bread sandwiches and coffee I Fort Myers.. "A Schene:7: 7 b '
7 :
vere served to: Mrs. G. B. Rack- : ,
Wed-
Haven
: with friends in Moore
( of C'ar'P99' .
straw, Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mrs. H. R. .,4" /
/ nesday. I' J. f .w.
l Hall, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. Keath- : with the Mork sfKfrO; D
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Mrs. R. H. Collins and Mrs. F. A. ley Bowden, Mrs. C. H. Berner, Mrs. ,j young &: ,JBThis is the famous ccdcuble'r '..
!I j. L. Crabb, Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs. t Ql\)."" rich" straight whiskey of "
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in Fort Myers !
spent Thursday
Ray :'1. R. Lawler, Mrs. F. M. Wright, Kentucky, made by old!
with Mrs. A. G. Breteler.Mr. f
MOTHERS
I/l\Irs. C. E. Nail, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, time Kentucky; distillers the ,
Mrs. M. E. VonMach, Mrs. Willard I good old Kentucky way. .'
and Mrs. Lawton Sims and r ,:
Take ;
r. Simpson, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, + rto
chances
son, Buster, of Canal Point, visited 1rs'l ,
Harry Turner, Mrs. G. B.
relatives here Sunday. :
1,' Mis. R. N. Smith, Mrs. M. E. Yena- are best

... wine anti Mrs. D. G. Alston. treated
; .. Mrs. G. O. Wallace, of LaBelle, : without "dosin ?
:< .. At
:\ business visitor here Saturday bedtime
: was a MRS. KOLSTAD HOSTESSAT just
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INFORMAL TEA rub on
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, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rioux and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad entertained on ::4I' ;

>' daughter, of Tampa, visited with Mr. Wednesday afternoon of last week a Cy 9 :' .. A p Q R

and Mrs. R. N. Smith over the week- with an informal tea at her home

end. honoring Mrs. F,. Edward Bryant, of i ii
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Palm Beach.
Mrs. Hoomes Rich, Mrs. H. O. The living and dining rooms of I : ,qCb
tr5 I
Peters, Mrs. S. W. Houser and Mrs.D. the home were beautifully decorated I ._

C. Bnnsdon were West Palm with garden flowers. ,!

Beach visitors Tuesday., Sandwiches, cakes and tea were I
, served to Mrs. F. M. Wright, l\Irs.1 i

Mrs. Dean Turner, Sr? Miss Dorothy 1'V.. Bigg, Mrs. F. Deane Duff,

Heitman and Dean Turner, Jr., Mrs. J.V.. Ezelle and Mrs. O. A. I i iII
of Fort Myers visited friends here Jones.

Monday evening. Dr. A. J. LittleOsteopath II From Dixie to Alaska ,
BILLY REDELSHEIMER HAS ]
Mr. and Mrs. E. ,A. Alston and PARTY ON BIRTHDAY .

Mr. and Mrs. G. W." Bell of Rich- i folks are putting that real ;
land, Ga., are spending the week Billy Redelsheimer entertained a'i Lake Harbor Phone No. 1 .
here visiting ,Mr. and Mrs. D. G. number of his friends with a birthday i i

Alston. party on Friday, February 21, deliciousness in whiskey
at the home of his parents, Mr. and j

Mrs. A. N. Gallant accompaniedMrs. Mrs. W' M. Redelsheimer. Birthdaycake ::'.:":":":":":":":":":":",":":"i.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: drinks which
the
Walker Nail to West Palm 'was served, games were played :: :: old-time t
Beach Sunday. Mrs. Nail left from and the entire group attended the !; New and Used ; I

;y there by train for a visit with relatives movies. It was Billy's tenth birth-: X Southerners in theirs
:; in Pensacola. day. I | FURNITURE _: put '
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J. -.- Those attending the party were: **

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley Billy Perry" Sherwood Hall, Dick : by using fine Kentucky
Owen ; ;-
Schiffli ----
in Miami Nickie Dickie Schiffli : :
spent Thursday and Friday I !
where Mr. ,Beardsley was on busi- Charles Liles, Eric Belcher, :: BELLE GLADE :;: ,I

ness connected with the Everglades Richard Patterson, Hervey Bourne straight whiskey Schenlay'sCREAM ,
Drainage District.Mr. and, Walter Vaughn. I i:_: FURNITURE ,COMPANY :: !


and Mrs.-Howard- Vaughn, of BILLY PERRY CELEBRATES ::: Belle Glade, Florida Y:: of KENTUCKY ,!!

Lincoln, 111., visited ,with Mrs. W. p.1 BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY I IEeotoeb"
Vaughn, Sr., and family over the :;: Next Door To Theatre :!: CopTtlcbt.-Crwra of 1936.Schnlar E..r. u.S.Pat.Off. TheGeo.T.Steer Co..Inc..Fnnktat.Er.:
week-end. Mr. Vaughn is, a brotherof Billy Perry celebrated his ninth Dbtriboton.be. DtrWoo of Scbcnlty Prataeu..Joe

the late W. P. Vaughn, Sr.' birthday' with a party at the home =:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. = FOR A REALLY FINE GIN,TRY SILVER WEDDING DISTILLED GIN R+ i
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. i'
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Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. Z. G. Meredith Perry, on Monday, February 24. ------- {;

and Patsy Meredith met Mrs. Games were played and prizes

Foster Meredith inVest: Palm were awarded to Nickie Schiffli and

- Beach Thursday on her return froma LaAyrence Guthrie, the winners in n in
visit with her daughter in Jack contests. The lucky cut 'of birthdaycake

sonville.Mr. which contained a dime was fy.. : ..

I and Mrs. Joe Masters have I i(I I cake made and by ice Sherwood cream.were Hall.served Birthday to: :Attractive: ::: Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment i:!: :::

gone to Columbus, Ohio, to visit for I(I Dick Owen, Nickie Schiffli, Dickie : ?yA A
two months before continuing to Scliiffli, Sherwood Hall, Billy' .:. .i.. ::: ..;.. '

Indian ters the is River golf winter,club Mich.he professional.is, where professional Mr. Mas-1 During at-I I on sheimer Guthrie Mills.BRIDGE,,. Eugene Jimmie :Mills Butler, Jr., Redel-\Sol\ :.t.: ':;: ::: "'. 'I. .I Id Ii:j;: :1;:


the Clewiston Golf Club. .t. .:. .:: .!.
I CLUB WITH MRS. I II .:. .i. ,. :s. ..i.iy .

Among those attending the flower THOMAS -WEDNESDAY .:. ,.. ..". ". .Ay:. ..
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, show at the Royal Poinciana con-I I II .. y. Ay
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Tlrs. G. B. Thomas entertained the : :
servatory in Palm Beach Saturday .
I 'i. ::: .x :::
members of her bridge club '.. ..
were Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and ) Wednesd'y I : :
Kim, Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mr. afternoon at her home. y Y Ay Ay

and Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mr.' and I High score prize, a kitchen clock,'; fX

Mrs.,'O. A. Jones and Marianne, Mrs.E. was presented to Mrs. M. E. Yena- .. .t. ::: .:;"
L. Stewart and Mrs. W.' C. Owen. I wine. Mrs. H. R. Hall was low scor- 'j I ':. .. .!. ::
er and received an ash tray while I, ::: ::: :i: f

Mrs. Ida Kinneit, of Atlanta, and- i. Mia. M. R. Lawler made the lucky yf.. 1 4 tIy .AX. :
Mrs. W. J. Spreckler of Hendersonville cut and was presented with a .bon, '::. .:. f :::

who have been visiting their i iboi dish. I i :i: :!: ::: :

nephew, C. L. Downs, and Mrs. I Strawberry shortcake; salted nuts I .:. .:.
Downs for the past month, left re Jar(I coffee were served by the host- .
cently. They were accompanied to, ''es- to Mrs. M. E. Yenawine' Mrs. J. I. y. :i' ..iAY- I

Jacksonville by Mr. Downs where I \\ Ezelle, Mis. T. B. Shelley, Mrs.I. .:. .:0I
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they will visit briefly before con-i AI. Pafford, Mis. J. L. Crabb, 1\1rs.1 :. .:. :::: .::0AY
R. Lawler, Mis. D. G. Alston I.
tinuing to their homes. and '
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Mrs. C. L. Downs left Saturdayto 1 I -. ,

join a party of friends for a South MRS. YENAWINE ENTERTAINS ' 'American vacation. She expects to WITH BRIDGE PARTY MONDAYMrs. [! 7f iii ,

be gone about a week. The party : >
wyu/
will fly from Miami and part of the M. E. Yenawine entertained tM"a Kw :
trip will be made by boat. Others Monday afternoon with a bridge par- :t: ..t.. ; t << q( ,<:,M>,..' Y't'. \ "'.\fS a,:4"..''.;. .'".. "..,." ';::::":''.:.-':..";.": ...{.. .:. .....

in the party are Miss Grace Cahill, ty at her home honoring Mrs. J. L. 'I 't': .i.: .:::.: .::.'
Mrs. Mahoney and E. H. Latham of! Ci:ibb.lis.. yy AY
West Palm Beach. "\ R. N. Smith received the xX :;:.X::

I I huh score prize, a pair of bookends :;: :: Pay The Balance Like Rent :.:.: :::;:
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. : : :
Myers and ; Mis. Keathley Bowden was
:.,:' their daughters, Misses Dorothyand IOA and received a pottery flower : :i: WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :* :Y

.' Mildred Myers, of Detroit, visited ho der as the consolation prize. The :;: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME := *
for a short while here Monday cut prize went to Mrs. G. B. Thomas,
.,\ with their old friends, Mr. and Mrs. a set of napkin rings and Mrs. Crabb
M. E. VonMach and Mrs. M. E. Yen- received an individual coffee makeras IU evJiston n Home Building! Association H j
awine. They continued on to Miami the guest prize.
where they will be the guests of A salad course and coffee was i
their daughter and sister, Mrs. Fred served to Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. 1.I :!_i.: :':.:' PHONE 102 :j; *,

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SYNOPSIS -not locked: and each of them's barred "I'll take the horses," said Helena the Carlotta and we had the faster A cleansing dose today; a smaller

on this side. The farther grating ad- "You go and get yout things." quantity tomorrow; less each time,
car.As until bowels need at all.
no help
John Spencer and his cousin, Geoffrey mits to an old brick tunnel that wll As she caught my bridle, I flung my- we floated In silence, I touchedmy

'Bohun, are vacationing In Austria lead us under the meadows and Into self off the bay. companion's' sleeve. Why do people come home from a

Geoffrey prefers is to a gifted paint portrait landscapes.painter While but the woods." She got to her feet. "And In my bedroom I wasted no time, but "And now where?" said I. hospital with bowels working like a

strolling in the forest, John hears Eng- now we must go. We've not a momentto snatched up a razor anJ seized the first "We'll go to my nurse at Pommers. well-regulated watch?
lish voices, and decides to investigate. lose. The ramparts don't overlook clothes ) found ; :yet ere I was back, Her husband's a farmer there, andthey'll '
From safe he finds four men the horses fast In the stables and The answer is simple, and it's the
cover I this part of the moat, and we simply were see us through. And we'll wireto
burying a man in green livery who,, take her seat answer to all your bowel worries if
Helena to
i must get to Plumage before Bugle and was returning your cousin to join us and start
evidently, had been murdered. Pharaoh in Rolls. you will only realize it:many doctors
the from there.
is the leader of the gang: the othersare Rush. laxatives.If
Dewdrop, Rush and'Bugle. Unfortunately Carefully we descended the stair, Thirty seconds later the Rolls slid We had the ways all to ourselves; and hospitals use liquid .

John makes hln\jself known to which was very damp. over the bridge. and, indeed, I believe that we were you knew what a doctor knows,
the assassins by dropping a letter with .
would use only the liquid form.A .
the only beings awake In that country- you
his name and address. He tells Geoffreyand The water was cold and the Iron of
I had often read and heard speak of I liquid can always be taken in
side. Twice
his chauffeur, Barley ',of his ad- the' gratings was rusted and very I we sang through a village
venture. Geoffrey, realizing that John's harsh but the footbridge gave good "an agony of apprehension," but never and now and again we could make gradually reduced doses. Reduced
life is, In-danger, declares he must vanIsh made until that evening, when our head- out the form of a homestead beneaththe dosage is the secret of any real relief
Spencer discovers that the livery foothold and our passage was lights sent darkness packing out of from constipation.Ask .
trees. So for some 35 miles.
of the murdered 'man corresponds to with an ease for which I had not dared
the livery of the servants of Yorick hope. Since the water came up to mY that lovely, lane, had I understood that Then the engine of the Rolls coughed a doctor about this.: Ask your

castle, and tells Countess Helena, mis- loins, I made Helena lie across my te.rible state of mind. twice, and the car slowed down. druggist how very popular liquid
tress of the castle, what he had seen. Then all at once the truth stood
the
As I frowned, the truth came pelt- laxatives have become. give
They
With Jeo frey and Barley, John starts shoulders and carried her over like) : ,
for Annabel a. nearby village. They clear before me, and something more ing-to scar my brain. right kind of help, and right amount 'qJ1

encounter Pharaoh. In making their that.As I set her on he* feet In the tunnel sinister than fear took: hold of my "What is it, John? What Is It?" of help. The liquid laxative generallyused

getaway they exchange shots with the I heard the Count calling her heart "Petrol," I said hoarsely. "I meantto is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin.It .
gang, without serious result.the They Yorick arrive The lane wi.q no lane, but a trap- fill up before we patrolled this eve-, contains senna and cascara-both
at Plumage farm; on name.
full two miles long: Once we were In. but with all this Pharaoh natural laxatives that can form no
estate, where Lady Helena had requested "Helena I Helena !I" ning; business -
John and his Cousin to meet her. we could no more tun. the Rolls round -" habit, even in children. So, try Syrup
out of the water to
hauled
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She reveals to them that her father myself than a man that was buried could turn :The nearest village lay roughly 11 Pepsin. You just take regulated
converted his immense fortune into stand by her side.
had
himself round In his grave.If doses till Nature restores regularity.
males: off and whether
gold :sovereigns and hidden them awayIn where ?" It boasted a
"Helena are :you
the horses
had stuck to
only we
vault in the castle. Know- could
a secret pump we not tell.
the
Gently I closed grating.
Ing that his son, Valentine, Helena's and ridden away across:; country to I
Carefully surveyed our surround. Private PrivilegeLet
his voice.
lifted
brother, was incapable of controllingthe Again the Count take: some train..But It was too
fortune, he had revealed it to Helena "Faning!I" he bawled. "Fanlng!" late now. For better or worse we had Ings.The people rattle their own family
alone just before his death.. In Helena touched road was a main highway. IfI skeletons. Don't :you ever do it.CL1ti8I91 .
manner the news had leaked out, my arm. chosen this dreadful way.I .
some locke her switch and her bonnet,, no
Pharaoh after the treasure. "I could tell him where Faning Is. the
and was set my teeth ; and we took ,
man could take:: the Rolls, but, left on f
They planned that Geoffrey and Barley He's to the bridge. Nobody knowsof
gone rise before us with the rush 'of a lift.
would .'go to Salzburg to watch. for the road, she was bound to attract at-
this exit, but Florin and me"The As the Rolls swept over the (crest
Pharaoh, while John was to remain tention-the very sort of attention we
at Plumage, lying low in the daytimeand tunnel seemed without end. It for an Instant I lifted my foot-and wished so much to avoid.

patrolling the roads about Yorick was dark and damp and noisome and then In a flash all mj suspense was Some forty-five ahead d
track
from dusk to dawn. Several nights go paces a
by without Important Incident. John ran uphill, and I was more than thank- over and its grip was torn from my led Into the forest-a decent track ;

visits Yorick castle and finds that Hel- ful when after five or six minutes I heart. what was more, it ran slightly down-

ena's brother, Count Valentine, Is there saw the faint light of the evening and Two miles ahead a car had turned hill. If I could manhandle the Rolls
and with him, on most friendly terms, found the air more fresh. The mouthof into the lane.
Is Pharaoh, as Captain Fanlng. Hearing as far as Its mouth, her weight would]
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that John Is stopping at Plumage, Pha- the tunnel was masked by a riot Helena caught my arm. help me to carry her out of Slg lt. But

raoh speaks to Dewdrop. John suspects of undergrowth, but when we were "That's the Carlotta. I know it. What the road, though level, was cambered. Put Mentltolaium in

a plot. clear of this screen, I saw at once that can we do?" While Helena steered and stood by the nostrils to relieve

we stood due north of the castle. For some extraordinary reason my to apply the brake, I moved the Rolls irriialion and promote

CHAPTER IVContinued7 "And now for A:>:el," said Helena. ,senses were now as lively as they had by the spokes of one of her wheels. breathing.r .

"And Sabre, I hope. When he can't find 'The strain was great, for the car was

The door of a tower was open, and me, he'll remember the last two nights very heavy, and the camber male sucha :
and come to the Plumage ride." I could not t i
Helena whipped Inside. She fled up- gradient as, overcome
stairs and Into the pleasantes: bed- It was now ten minutes past nine, In desperation I moved her perhaps six

room I ever saw. As I followed her In, and dusk had come in. We had, there- V 1 ir Inches towards the crown of the road,

she pressed a key Into my hand. fore, no fear of skirting the edge of but then the weight of her beat me, i

"There's a door behind that cur- the forest, for the going was better in and she began to return ; and In my

tain." the meadows and we were at least effort to hold her before I could cry

While I was unlocking this, she half a mile from where Axel would be. for the brake I strained or tore some

twitched a coat from a cupboard and The castle was lighted now as I had muscle In the small of my back.

rushed to the painted table on which never seen It, but of course we couldsee I smothered a grim* of pain too late

were combs and brushes and all things no movement and hear no sound. for Helena's ears, before I had drawn

that women use. The lights suggested that the building myself up my lady was standing be-
'
"Have you money, John?" was being searched.We side me and asking me how I did.

"About fifty pounds," said I.Good. pushed on breathlessly.We "You've hurt yourself, John."

." had covered half the distance "A mtiscla," said I. "It's nothing. As

when Helena caught my arm and long as I don't use It, I'll be all right..
Then she
threw one look around and !
stopped In her tracks. Ruefully I regarded the Rolls. "ButV'"ll Get quick relief with Cuticura. A world
slipped 'out of the room. wide success I Sold everywhere. Soap 26c.
"Lock it behind us, John." Somebody was whistling-not very have to I leave her here. As far Ointment 25c. Write ,"Cuticura
far away ; whistling as though to bringa as shifting her goes, I've shot my bolt. Dept 12, Maiden, Mass, for FREE sample
A short stone stairway brought us
dog to his heels. (TO BE CONTINUED)
,
Into a little hall which was very dimly
Then we heard Pharaoh's voice. I IPARKER'S
lighted and was shut by three mas- '
sive doors. "Good dog," he, cried. "Good dog." Little Known of Habitsof r
HAIR BALSAM ,
"The right-hand one," said Helena. The man was out In the 'meadows, Bees in Middle Ages a Removes Dandruff-Stops Hair Falling ;
somewhere between the bridge and the -l Imparts Cole endBesutytoGrayandFadedHair ,
"Quick. That's a master key. Throughout the Middle ages; little or ;

We now encountered a winding'flight Plumage ride. nothing was added to the knowledgeof Wc and$' at DnjssistaHiWxChfm '
,
,Wk ,Pat "o N Y
In flash I what of steps. At the foot of this flight we a saw had happened. A beekeeping, the writings of the ancients FLORESTON SHAMPOO-Ideal for use in ;
came to another door, but I could not Sabre had left the castle, and wore copied and handed down connectionwithParker'sHairBalsamMakesthehair I
Pharaoh had seen him go. The porter, Lt: 1 soft and fluffy. 60 cents by mail or at drug 4
see to unlock it, so Helena took the from generation to generation. .The gists.HLSCOX Chemical Works, Patcbogue.N.Y. t
,no doubt, had told him that that was tj
Ley. Interior of the hive and what occurred j
the Countess' dog, and the fellow had
And then we were out In some pas- therein remained a mystery, due pos- WNU-7 10( 3G :
sage and there on our right was a guessed In an Instant that Sabre's instinct "What Is It, John? What Is It?" sibly to the type of hives then in use \

was leading him to his mistress, : been lately dull. I knew no hesitation which of
postern that gave to the outside world. I prohibited an examination
But Helena turned Instead to a very wherever, she was. And so he had followed : ; my confidence was sublime the olonor: a close study of the No Need to Sufier!

much smaller door, sunk deep In the Sabre, but had lost him because "We back," I said quietly. "What a bees' activities writes an authority ir

it was dark. mercy we hadn't got further. As it the Montreal Herald. "RfiorircingSickness""Morning (

wall.A man was coming. I could hear "Come on," said I. "Now that he's Is, we've plenty of time. They can't During the latter part of the Seventeenth
lost Sabre, he hasn't a chance.: I sickness"-is caused by an
his do mile minute this lane.
steps on the stone. He was out of a a along century, Jean Swammerdam
acid condition. To avoid it acid must be
,
"If he hears the
sight, round some corner, but he was horses, breathed "But, John- a Dutch scientist, devoted a part of his offset by alkalis-such as magnesia.
not twelve paces away. Helena. I patted her blessed hand. life to a study of these industrious Insects

Helena's fingers were shaking, as We were. nearly there now, but when "Don't worry, my dear. It's all right. and his chief contribution to Why Physicians Recommend

she fitted the master key. The-lock was Pharaoh whistled again, he was not Little Arthur has got an idea and, piesent-rlav knowledge was the discov Miinesia! Wafers j

stiff and defied the efforts she made. so far off as before.As with that, I put out my headlights and ery that the bee which gave life tC' These mint-flavored: ,candy-like wafers are

As I put out my hand. I heard the we stumbled Into the ride, I started to take: the Rolls back by the the colony and apparently ruled It was pure milk of magnesia in solid form-

man stop and swear. Then he turnedon found the dog paddling beside us. He glow which her tail-lamp threw. a queen and not a king as previously the most pleasant way to take it. Each

his heel and began to retrace his may have been there for five minutesfor Two minutes later I backed her over believed. Following Swammerdarn wafer is approximately equal to a full adult

steps. all I know. And there was Axel the bridge. came Reaumur, a French physicist dose of liquid milk of magnesia. Chewed

An Instant later the door was locked waiting, ten minutes before his time. "Can you see their headlights?" I probably best known for his invention thoroughly, then swallowed, they correct
acidity in the mouth and throughout the
"
behind us and we were alone In the'du "Good dog, cried Pharaoh. asked. of the thermometer, who also spent I
digestive and insure quick ,
system complete -
k. I judged the man to be fifty paces "Not yet"began some time investigating the habits of elimination of the waste matters that

Helena was trembling, and I put my away. I' to swing,around to the right, bees, working out the theory of, cause gas,headaches,bloated feelings anda

arm about her and, held,her close. I In a flash I had Helena up on the leaving the roadway and backing onto swarming, and shedding much light on dozen other discomforts.

"Reaction," she murmured.. "I'll be : lively gray. the turf. When I had gone thirty paces.. some of their other activities. The Milnesia\ Wafers come in bottles of20 and

all right directly. You see, we're safe I As she stooped to whisper to Axel, I threw out the clutch.At greatest of these early experimentalists 48, at 35c and 60c respectively, and in

for the moment. I-I'd like to sitdown. I L turned to the other horse, but, per- once we heard the Carlotta anda however, was Francois Iluber, a convenient tins for your handbag contain-

." haps because he was startled, he would moment later we saw the glow of her blind naturalist of Switerland, vvh> ing 12 at 20c.Each wafer is approximatelyone
adult dose of milk of All
With my arm a.bout her, we sat our- not stand. As I swung myself up, he lights. during the latter half of the Eighteenth good drug stores sell andrecommend magnesia.them.

selves down on a step. backed sideways against the gray, and The two of us sat In silence, listen- century, laid bare the secrets of

"I'm all right now," breathed Helena before I could find my right rtirrup. Ing and watching, while Pharaoh "came the hive Start using these delicious, effective

lifting her head. Its dangling iron had clashed with that down like the wolf o'n the fold"I anti-acidgentiy laxative wafers today

t let her go, and she sat back againstthe of Helena making a ringing sound. do not think we were excited New York StatehoodNew Professional samples sent free to registered

wall. The whistle which Pharaoh was let- the danger was past. We now were sim- York ratified the constitutionIn physicians or dentists if request is made .

"Listen, John. We couldn't have ting suddenly stopped. ply waiting for a car to get out of 1787 and became the eleventh state on professional letterhead. Select Products, l I
Inc..4402 23rd St., Long Island City, N. y, '
crossed the drawbridge without being A heard the man running towardsus our way. exactly 1SG years to the day after
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seen. And that would have been ruina- as we turned the horses ,about. And so slit did. Henry Hudson began his explorationsof I I 35c & 60cbottles ,

tion. But now we've just dIsap- And then we were both sitting down Well clear of the beam of her head- it. The flags of France, Nether i

peared. The doors that were open are and riding hard for Plumage.We lights, we watched her sweep down lands and Britain had flown over H 020c "

open, and the doors that were lockedare dared not spare the horses the slope r.nd over the bridge ; and "as before It became American. For -ou'rewr tins

locked. But we have vanished. the hunt was up. she went by to the apron, I let the ng If you believe Hudson was the

This stairway leads to a grating In the Pharaoh would run to the castle find Rolls leap forward; and take her placeon first' European to find the river that

wall of the moat. ty's ju&t above the the Count and Induce him to order a the road. now bears his name. Today, more .'

water. Directly below It, under the car; and we had to ride to Plumageand My lights were dimmed and I do not than 300 years after the Dutch bought

water and, therefore, out of sight, Is a drive from there to the high road think that they saw us, for their eyes, Manhattan Island from Indians for $23, y. THr PEPfEC7 PNTI teln (.

footbridge of stone. That leads across before that car could reach the mouthof of course, were looking the oppositeway there's still an Indian reservation with

the moat to another grating set In the the private lane. ; but In any event the start whichwe in sight of New York city, and Indtani
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LaBELLE NEWS WednesdayMrs. and Mrs. Dillan Hall. Others attending -I ed States; and the further right to I 8-WA, 8-WB, 8-WC, 8-X, 8vXA,

C. A. Roberts, Byron Rob- were Norman Warriner and Mrs. enter upon, occupy and use any por- 8-XB, 8-XC 8-Y, 8-YA, 8-YB,
erts and Jack Lewis spent last week- Mark Luckey. tion of said land not so cut away 8-YC, of right of way for the

DYESS-FORREY end in Punta Gorda visiting with Ernest Davidson and Rev. Morris and converted into public navigable .
waters for Caloosahatchee River, as shown .
the deposit of dredged
relatives. Wiggins made a trip to Clewiston
-- material, and for such other purposes on plat recorded in Plat Book
Miss Mary Ann Forrey and Glenn I Mr. and Mrs. Drew Hampton, Miss Monday. as may be needful In the pre- 2, at page 69, of the Public Re-
R. Dyess were married at the homeof I Frieda Magill and Mrs. Blitz Weg- Rev. Harvey Harden and Rev. Ira servation and' maintenance of the cords of Hendry County, Flor-
Wednesday man were visitors in Fort Myers last Barnett of Lakeland, were business ida.
Mrs. Corraine Forrey
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visitors of Rev. C. WL Alford Satur- Caloosahatchee River
Friday evening ; that the description -
night. Rev. A. M. Glisson officiated.The NOW, THEREFORE, you, the
of the
in
bride's sister Miss Ida Forrey Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Dean and Mr. day.E. property which
E. Edwards returned Monday said easement is sought to be takenIs above named respondents, and eachof
and Jimmy Lofton were witnesses. and Mrs. Dick Hooks made a trip to
from a short visit in Tampa. as follows: ( you, and all other persons concerned -
Fort Myers and Punta Rassa Sun-
.The bride wore a white crepe ensemble Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Brown of Jack- : in or having an interest in,
of Parcels 8-FX, 8-GC, 8-GD and 8-
,with a corsage orange
day.Mrs. sonville, have moved to LaBelle to :1 or lien' upon the above described
blossoms. Lois Crews of 'Fort Myerswas "' GH of the' right 'of way for the
make their home. They are occupy- property, you are hereby notifiedto
Caloosahatchee
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Drew River, as shownon
Both bride and groom are popular ing the Clark home. plat recorded in Plat Book 2, be and appear in said United
LaBelle young people. They left for Hampton last Friday and Saturday.The Mr. and Mrs. Ed Anderson of Ft. page 69, of the Public Recordsof States District Court for the Southern -

Palm Beach immediately after the Y. P. E. of the Church of Myers and Mrs. Sam Brown visitedin Hendry County, Florida; District of Florida' at Tampa,
ceremony where they will visit for God presented a ,Mission Play at the Liberty Point Sunday.Mrs. Florida, on the 6th day of April,
several days. church in Fort Myers last Friday August Blemke and daughter Parcels 8-HA, 8-HB, 8-HC, 8-1, 1936, to show what interest or lien'you
night. Those who took part in the 8-IA, 8-IE, 8-IF, 8-IG, 8-IH, 8- or any of you, have in or to
Iris, Mrs. Homer Dreyen. and II, of the right of way for the | the above described property; or any
Mrs. Florence Arledge is leaving today play were Rev. and Mrs. Morris Wig- children and Miss Edna Dreyer were Caloosahatchee River as shownon '. part thereof, and to show cause, if

to go to her home in Waynes- gins, Mrs. Norman Warriner, Mr. visitors on Sanibel Island Sunday. plat recorded in Plat Book 2, any, you or any of you have, why
ville, Ga. and Mrs. Theodore Yeomans, Miss page 85, of the Public Recordsof I said property should not be taken

Mrs. G. F. Lloyd and daughter, I Vergie Creel, Mrs. Julian Bussell, DREDGE "TAMPA" ARRIVES1The Glades County, Florida; by. United States of America for the

Miss Edna, motored to Jacksonville Edward Bronson, Miss Lois Luckey Parcels 8-JB, 8-JA, 8-JC, 8-JE, purposes set forth In said petitionand
Standard Dredging Company's amendment and this on penaltyof
8-JF, 8-JH: 8-JJ, 8-JK, 8-JL,
22-inch hydraulic dredge "Tampa" you, and each of you, and all
8-JO, 8-JQ, 8-JR, 8-JS, 8-JT,
of the said respondents, being
first you
arrived in Fort the of
Myers
NOTICE 8-JW, 8-K, 8-KA, 8-KB, 8-KC, barred of all claim and Interest in
the week from South Carolinawq.ere 8-KD, 8-KE, 8-KF, 8-KG, 8-KH, and to said property.
'* she has been .engaged on an Intra- 8-KI, 8-KJ, 8-KK, 8-KL, 8-L, 8-
The following report prepared by Ernst & Ernst, Accountants and coastal waterway contract and is to LA, 8-LB, 8-LC, 8-LF, 8-LH, $- WITNESS the Honorable Alex-
Auditors, is published for the information of all concerned: be placed on the company's Caloosa-I: LI, 8-LJ, 8-LK, 8-LL, 8-LM, 8- ander Akerman, United States District -

hatchee River contract ''LN 8-LO, 8-LP 8-MA 8-MB 8-
near Olga ,
'. February 12, 1936. Judge, and likewise the under-
sometime this week. MC, 8-MD, 8-ME\ 8-MF, 8-MH, I
CITY OF CLEWISTON, signed, as' Clerk of said District
The dredge made record time on 8-MI, 8-MJ, 8-NA, 8-NB, 8-NC
CLE STONFLORIDA. I Court, at Tampa, Florida, this the _
her the 8-ND, 8-0, 8-OA, 8-OB, 8-PB, 8- .
trip from Carolinas around 13th day of February, 1936. ..
We have made an examination of the Statement of Assets and Liabili- the keys to Fort Myers. PC, 8-PD, 8-PE, 8-PF, 8-PG, 8- EDWIN R. WILLIAMS Clerk
,
ties of the CITY OF CLEWISTON CLEWiISTON, FLORIDA as of the Q, 8-QA, 8-QB, 8QC8.R, 8-RA, Julian A. Blake,
close of business September 30, 1935 and of the Statement of Revenue and 8-RB, 8-RC; 8-RD, 8-RE, 8-RF, By
Expenditures from January 1, 1935 to September 30, 1935. In connection Helped Purify ElectionsThe 8-RG, 8-RH, 8-RI, 8-SA, 8-T, Deputy' Clerk.

therewith, we examined or tested the accounting records of the City and Australian ballot was first pro 8-TA, 8-TB, 8-TC, 8-TD, 8-TE, (SEAL OF COURT)

other supporting data, and obtained information and explanations from posed to the legislature of south Aus 8-TF, 8-TG, 8-U, 8-UA, 8-UB, 3:1st 1-4 I
officials; we also made a general review of the operating and Income ac- tralia by u member, Francis S I Put- 8-UC: '8-UD, 8-UE, 8-UF, 8-V, 2-12-36

counts for the period under review.In ton. The plan was elaborated and he 8-VA, 8-VB, 8-VC, 8-VD, 8-W, Feb. 14-21-28 Mar. 6, 1936.
I
our opinion, based upon our examination, the accompanying State-
-- -
: came a law under the name of the
. ment of Assets and Liabilities and Statement of Revenue and Expenditures
election ft if Mini lptrl innirp fn (IST7;
.
the financial position of the City at September 30 1935 and .
fairly present . . . . . . . . .
the operating results from January 1, 1935 to the close of business September .I.N.11.N.N.N.N.N.H.N.N.N.N.N.11.N.NN N.N.N.N.11.M.N.N.NN. .NN. .11.N.1..11N. ...M.N.N.1..N.N.N....N
30, 1935. In the TwigsThe .t

cuckoos make a flat, platformof ?
ERNST & ERNST.
twigs, and lay their blue, rounded .t.\ .:. "

STATEMENT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES eggs, says Nature Magazine.. The' little
CITY OF CLE\VISTON-CLEWISTON, FLORIDAAs ruby-throated hummingbird commences i
..
60lFy
of the close of business September. 30, 1935. Us nest, straddled upon a slender CLEWISTON :

maple twig, or perhaps, upon n hemlock

bough overhanging: n rlpplln?'

CASH ASSETS ... '. stream y I /S.

On Deposit .... $ 413.00 j COURSE !
ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE ...- ;
:" IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Unpaid Rents ..'.. -.:" 10.00
: UNITED STATES FOR THE .
UNPAID TAXES "
1934 Assessment............................. '. ('.;;/ < -.;:.:. *"'" .' 20.72 SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLOR- yi i < +; f
TAX CERTIFICATES : l I C";:'.: :.. IDA. TAMPA! DIVISION.U. .
1934 $ '.,., X. S. Civil No. 203-T ',: .t.

1933 m !V ; ;;x : '; UNITED STATES OF : 1t..

1932 ; ? 3,689.68 AMERICA, : y'i.
t ; Petitioner
:
; ,r .# .:.
,. EQUIPMENT (Valued at Cost) J r'h *'. :;, ."':,. i' v. : ::: .i. 'e
,
. Fire Truck Mower Tractor Fire -' .- ", -,: /.., ;. ....... ..... One hundred twenty-four : ,
'c ,. <: .! '
Hydrants and Miscellaneous .''7":.'. ??'*} : :" l j-," parcels or tracts of land in : 0 to t h P b I

Equipment .$ 4,016.30: "'' Glades Florida,and specifically Hendry ,Counties described -, ,'':: ... pen e U Ie I.
-
. Less: Allowance for Depreciation. 1,155.57 r. 2,860.73 ?
i in the petition, required : t. I
'\ for Right of Way for Caloo- : 4' 'i'..
$ 6,994.13 ..t.. ;i.t. .
,sahatchee River Project, : .t. .
.
MONA M. HARRIS and oth- ''t... .t. .';.:.
LIABILITIES -
ers named in the petition, t 0
: '
*
..
ACCOUNTS PAYABLE .t. J
' : ( : : Respondents. t .'
, For Purchases, Expenses, etc. $ 516.08 ti'' ; .. ::: i't.
For Unpaid Salaries ...................... 7 250.00 "" /': .;." $ 766.08 NOTICE'TO' APPEAR i.. .t. .,"
I THE PRESIDENT .OF THE UNIT- 't. .:. 7.t VI
SURPLUS I ;". 3. ;\:;., ED STATES TO: : :i: ".''i{

Unappropriated Balance-Septem- ; : .:"..'-i.v ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN %
;;?
: Moderate Green Fees
ber 30, 1935 .............................. 6,228.05 OR HAVING LIENS UPON THE *. :*:. .
PROPERTY HEREINAFTER IN .
r % 6,994.13 THIS NOTICE DESCRIBED: :_i: ,Exceptional Fairways :*j: : ":.:


;.'. (NOTE) This Statement is subject to the comments:" contained in our accompanying endment WHEREAS thereto, a petition have been and, filed an am-by :=i:= Interesting Greens :i= ,:::J Jt

;; letter.STATEMENT. : I. the United States of America in the :: :t: I':
District Court of the United States + + .
for the Southern District of Florida, ...
at Tampa, for the acquisition by <.:

OF REVENUE AND, EXPENDITURESCITY condemnation of the easement here- II. ....................................................................................................................................................................................'. 1
OF CLEWISTON-CLEWISTON "
FLORIDA inafter set forth in those certain '
From January 1, 1935 to September. 30;. 1935. :
r ? tracts or parcels of land in Glades ,,''.
and Hendry Counties, Florida, described Jt

REVENUE .< in said petition and amend-

Occupational Licenses ........:......... $ 173.00 f J % ment, upon paying proper compen-
Rentals 85.00 sation therefor, required for the pro- .

Interest Received .' 66. 5. r ject for Caloosahatchee River ''and

Redemption Fees .......................... 30.00 ,.; ,, ,., Lake Okeechobee Drainage Areas being -
," Miscellaneous ... 38.27" V>..< $ '. 392.62 carried on by the War Depart- e
( '. ... ment of the United States Govern-

EXPENDITURES N : >.: ),''. :. ment, in which petition and amendment I

Office Expense $ 1,344.39 -.. <. "../;..; the following, among others,
Street Lighting 1,507.13 'j ,,,,:. !'are named respondents: Herman
Legal and Publications 522.00 'Malakowsky, Bessie L. Cox, as Ad-
Police 527.30 ministratrix of the estate of J. B.

Maintenance Streets' and Bridges.. 2,111.76-:, .; Cox, deceased, Mrs. R. M. Louden, as .
t) Administratrix of the estate of C. E. .
Cutting Weeds 1,282.87 + .
;., : ? :
: .t :
:
.. Maintenance Parks and Parkways 1,773.75 I ;;;\ : *\":,\] C:,::'>""" Hill, deceased, Mrs. Olivia Thompson .
Garbage and Sanitation 244.18 .;';;:?,*;'': =.... '''.: Mrs. Jennie Clark, Mary Hayes

Maintenance and Operation of, ::.?,": .\ Davis, P. G'. Frierson, Harry W. :'...;.
Equipment .?. 2,459.28 .. :" Fleming, Melvin Messer, G. A. .' ...
"
Discounts Allowed ......................... 13.10 x: Sheffield, A. Donald Bass, Flossie h ';":.J
Cash Short .56 ./' Hill, Mrs. Carrie Bass, Joe Miller, DISTILLED from grain >,);

Depreciation' 598.94 12,385.26 untie 'V. Burgess, First Bank of spirits, with delicate dry jj i.; :
Clewiston, James A. Franklin, B. F. .
and distinctive ; :
"
EXCESS EXPENDITURES OVER REVENUE .$ 11,992.64 Magill, Jacob J. Kirtland, J. R. ness :
Watts & Sons, Inc., a, Florida cor- flavor Lloyd's is a : '.'.;,

(NOTE) In the preparation of this Statement, no provision has been made poration, The B. L. Dulaney Corpo- perfect mixer for cocktails S ';;; ;

for the taxes levied for the .fiscal year beginning, October 1, 1935. ration, a corporation, John C. An- J and l highballs. .
dersv.. V. Knott, a's Treasurer of LONDON PRY
the State of Florida, Board of Commissioners -
of Okeechobee Flood Con- M 90'
SURPLUS II Ih
trol District, and Century Land )
CITY OF CLE'W'ISTON-CLEWISTON Ill
FLORIDA
,
Company, a corporation, and
I September 30, 1935. 9. New PROOF'e< lu
". WHEREAS, in and by said peti-
tion, amendment and proceedings, I

BALANCE-December 31, 1934,. as petitioner prays for and seeks con ;
shown in our previous report.... $ 18,220.69 demnation' for the purpose of carry- I
OPERATIONS r .', ing through the said project, upon
Expenditures for the period from ': payment of proper damages in con-

January 1, 1935 to September 30, i demnation, of the perpetual right, Recommended by the following dealers .

1935 ............................. .................. $ 12,385.26" power and privilege to enter upon, Know ,'. .
Revenues for the period from Janu : excavate, cut away, and remove any Ask Them They ;

ary 1, 1935 to September 30, 1935 392.62 11,992.64 or all_ of the land hereinafter described -I Clewiston Beer Parlor Nails Liquor Store .
as may be required for the \
SURPLUS September 30, improvement and maintenance of Clewiston Cleuiston '..

1935, as shown by this report........ $ 6,228.05M. the Caloosahatchee River, or any DISTRIBUTORS ,. .
enlargement thereof, and to main- .

.' W. BIGG,' Treasurer, tain the portion so excavated and I :Smith, Richardson & Conroy, Inc. .'
City of Clewi&ton. the channel to be created as a part
of the navigable waters of the Unit I
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