The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 25, 1935
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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I To School Pupils Here
. Greetings to PresidentLocal ;


I citizens plan to be repre- Captain E. A. Salisbury, a retired

'"': ;, : sented in the mammoth bound vol- CONTESTThe naval officer whose winter home is GIVEN BY LANDISAttorney

GREAT CROP DAMAGE ume of birthday greetings which in[ Sebring was a visitor in Clewis-

.. will be presented to President Roosevelt ton 'W'edncsday.and visited the local

I on his birthday next Saturday, Clewiston school, with a totalof school, lecturing to pupils from the General Cary D. Landis

Farmers and business men of the according to an announcement of 20 points, placed second' in the third grade through the high schoolon has given to Comptroller J.,M. Lee
Everglades are wearing smiles this !I "Opportunities offered to Am-
A. A. 'Munroe, local manager for the Tri-County Speaking Contest, held the first tailed interpretation of
the frowns that "
morning replace I erican Children.
Western Union I in the LaBelle High School Auditorium the "homestead exemption amend-
when predictions
- prevailed yesleiday Captain Salisbury, who spent forty -
Mr. Munroe states that the West- with schoolsin
," of another freeze were made by I ern Union[ l has placed its ,nltion-wide.- Clewiston Wednesday, LaBelle night, Moore Haven. years in the navy, is widely trav- ment" adopted by the people of

", .": government weather bureau offi system of telegraph offices at the Alva and Felda taking part. First eled. He has been seven times Florida at the November election..

cials. The thermometers last night I disposal of the committee in chargeof place was won by the LaBelle school completely around the world and is There are many surprises in the interpretation -

stayed well above the point to which I the President's birthday ball. The with a total of 22 points. A wall said to have visited more savage to the average citizen,

they, dropped the night before and committee will receive every pennyof I. placque, appropriately inscribed, tribes during his travels than any Ihe majority of whom voted for the
although light frosts were report- receipts from the birthday greetings winning man living. He has contributed amendment without a profound
was the trophy awarded the
cd inspots the crops in general suffered A charge of"25 cents per sig- by that fora many articles to' the National Geo- study of its provisions.
school, to be held school
much Ices: than was feared. nature :will be made, and the pro- of graphic magazine, and, has spent Tho amendment, according to the
: In Clewiston the mercury dropped ceeds will be" turned overs entirely to period one' year. much of his time during the past interpretation, does not apply to

I" ,;,- to 36 Wednesday night, while the Warm Springs Foundation for William Cowart, who gave Mark few years lecturing, .particularly in ,taxes levied by special taxing dis-

.' ,/ 44 was the lowest last. night. Nol uce: in its fight against infantile pa Anthony's Speech, represented the schools and universities. tricts for benefits to the property

.,<, damage was feared for the sugarcane ralysis. Proper credit, will be givento Senior High school for Clewiston Captain Salisbury held his audi- directly concerned. In this classifi- '
which suffered its loss during each community for the receipts and won first place in his group. ence enthralled as he brought a cation are drainage districts, flood

'., the December cold wave: but ,crops from that communitY; Carlton Prevatt, of the grammar truly splendid message to the students control districts, navigation districts -
of b-ans, squash and the like grades, with a selecllon from "Miss ,
peas This is the message: "Happy pictur 'ngthe opportunitieswhich or road districts, "where the
.. planted since the December freeze birthday, Mr. Pr sident. ,I am proudto Minerva and William Green Hill"was American children are accus- tax is for the special benefit of the
',' I.;/-4. approaching maturity and a know that the cost of sendingthis awarded first place, having tied tomed to ,take for granted and con- particular: property as distinguIshed ,
,.' freeze: now would spell disaster to for the honor with J. D. Denker of from benefit
greeting will help in the great trasting them with conditions In oth- accruing to the public
,., : many 'a farmer' who is 'in position fight against infantile paralysis 'to Alva. Each first place was given 5 er lands., His lecture was much, appreciated generally." ,
: to make some real money in a few points toward the school's score. for Taxes levied
which you have given your leader- by students _and teachers by counties for publicity -
. weeks provided the weather' permits ship and! loaned your birthday." the trophy. welfare work or agriculture

harvesting the truck croP3. -- Sue VonMach representing the are not special assessments and the \

The cold winds;:', which probably primary grades, won second :place PUPILS WILL STUDY.SUGAR homestead is exempt from these. The ;

: prevented frost Wednesday night, I I'k FER lABOR ASKED with "The Man in the Moon.". / Sec levy of taxes in special school dis- e'",

nevertheless; caused score damage ond place was given 4 points.:; Two tricts and in special road and bridge : :,
'lender to I three point awards were won, by districts is also
L',< .: to, the crops, paiticularly : MILL WORK exempted by the 'J
." is estimated Roberta 'Spicer of the Junior: High homestead amendmenl. ,
>:<,> };eons. The damage TO HELP ON PROJECT
:" ," '-: ':"' ; among those who arc in position to grades, with "The Tom Boy" and by However, the, homestead is not exempt -

." "':_ know as 25 percent of the crops. A Laurence Guthrie of the intermediate Every pupil of the Clewiston from taxes levied for the purPose .'

2jf" ',,, strong wind blows blooms from C. C. House, FERA director for grades with "Slap Him on the school will be taken on a visit r's of paying interest on bonds outstanding ;
,' bean plants and also,causes conferred with 'calI Back." on November 6th, 1934 :
i-.t ., young I Hendry county, trip through the "U. S. Sugar Corpor- or ,,\,
l \" wind scars to beans just formed, so I sponsors of the community recreation Individual pupils winning: places ation's sugar house 'here during the on any other bonds issued as refund;! '

[ '. ':, that the heaviest less; from the wind I center this week and promisedhis were given cash' prizes. 1.25 for next few days, according to plans ing bonds of issues outstanding at

<, ." was among, thy bean fields., support of the request for FERA first place, $1.00 for second' place made by M. E. VonMach, member that time. ..

:: >' .: Extensive protective measures labor to be used on the project. Mr. and 75c for third place. Carl E. Royer of the school board from this dis- The homestead exemption applies ,j

"I" were taken by farmers against tho I House stated that there is no labor principal of the LaBelle school trict.. On' Tuesday, a bus-load of up to $5.000 valuation on property ,.:

b,'' .. predicted cold. Income cases whole available before February: first, but and chairman of the Tri-Counly high school pupils accompanied by owned by the head of a family residing .
'. laboriously that he would recommend the use League acted chairman of the in the state, although he
; ... fields of young beans were -' as Principal G. B. Stanley, made the may ,
',' '. covered with dirt to protect cf it on the'Clewistol1 recreation contest. Several musical numbers first trip. These older students were not necessarily reside upon the pro-

" ; '," them; a, field of half-grown squash I' project as soon as it is available.The were interspersed to give variety to ,given: a more extensive! trip than isplaIrie'd perty. The owner" must be the" "headof .. ';

't in Clewiston, was protected? by covering I problem of labor was s the,'only the program.--- --"*' --- : for the whole student body a family. No single man or widow -'
t. _, without
' '" ---t'" .,' -. --pWrrtS1 with"arf inverted hamp-- I uncertain feature of the recrea- There was a good attendance, but They were taken first to the fieldsto dependents may receive 'j
,,': er. In the section near Pahokee and the unusually cold 'weather probably watch the cutting and handlingof the exemption The property may' bea
tion center: which has: met such a
,' Bile Glade, commercial airplanes reduced the crowd considerably. A the cane there, and then to the or a business place, used ,:
r-:. were brought into the territory and I Welcome response 'and support of nominal admission charge was made scale house to see the weighing of partially as a homestead, the exemp- '

stationed in the fields prepared to civic groups. The project is planned and all receipts were used to defray the raw cane, then to the mill where tion applying up to the $5,000 valualion. Y

-1r ; fly low over the fields and covering to Include three ;clay tennis courts, tho expense of the ,contest; and pay ; they watched the cars unloaded and :. :
Ik\ : them with a smoke screen ,to ward, three .concrete shuffleboard courts, I for the prizes.It i followed the cane through the var- Title to the property claimed as ,

f : off the cold from the young plants. horse-shoe, pitching equipment and is planned to make the contestan ious processes of extracting the juices a homestead must be vested in the -::J

." There were five such planes in readiness some playground equipment for annual event, and the good show and converting them into raw owner on January! first of this year .
.: o'clock last night. The Clewiston schoolin for the exemption to apply to taxes :-:
i.' at 10 I children. ing made by the : sugar.
I; lowest temperature reported around The block north of the, ne'wly.com- this first attempt will doubtless Each pupil Is given a partial stalkof of this year.Comptroller. :

the lake was 39 at Bare Beach. so pleted wading pool is being set aside be a stimulant lo greater efforts cane, a, souvenir bag of-raw sugar Lee has provided i

" ::.,.: it is not probable that the smoke for the recreation center. ,The Ki- nexl' year. and another of' refined sugar. county tax assessors with blanks for 'I
"" Ecreens were brought into use. I wanis Club has arranged for the Leaflets giving instructions and illustrations applying for the homestead exemptions i
construction of three tennis courts;. Local Option Election, of garments made from and owners may obtain same 11
' by thetoffice :!
applying at I
School Team Plays I the U. S. Engineers for three concrete white sugar bags are also distributed qf the connly -
: tax I
ii' : assessor.A \
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shuffle-board' courts;, the Held Valid by Court .- > peculiar, problem which faces :
'LaBelle There Tonight Friendly Bible Class of the Com- The trips are being made in con- '
the "
assessors has received
munity Church for the horse-shoe nection with work"of the classes in consider I
t I Tallahassee, Jan. 22, (Special)- and able comment on the possible effect ,
I pitching and the Garden Club for English each pupil will writean I
The basketball game scheduled With the Supreme Court's decision on valuations. While the intent of
the playground and the landscapingof essay or short story of the pro- jl I
between boys and girls teams of the Saturday afternoon that option the amendment was obviously to re- :
the whole block. local cess, of making raw sugar from cane. ..2.J
School and the LaBelle held Nov. 6th legal I duce taxes of home-owners, it -
Clewistoii High The recreation center, which now liquor laws were The best essay from the high school may ,.1
School here tonight will that Florida does have laws result in a raise in the amount actually :
o High will and and the best
assured be
\. seems definitely one from ,the grammar ..
played in LaBelle, instead, due I governing the sale of liquor, Comp- paid. This is dependent on
of the biggest asets; of the town. It :grades will be printed in the Clew- I
t' :' "'; ," 1o the fact that flood lights ordered I vriil be centrally located and willi i troller J. M. Lee dispatched copies iston, News, after all have been whether valuations of property are ",(
local court have not arrived of the Court's opinion to all Tax Col- set af the real value of the property ;
for the
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( f :V: : provide '' : nightplaying fs not possible. I leclor-s and Is Inslruclin'g 'them Ic on the tax assessment roll, as it
: ?:;: .; .: :and : cili:ic3 to appeal to everyone and The, tours are made under the appears .
' ; : Another in the schedule remit licenses. is required by law. It has been ,'
2::,: change 'Tiiliin collect and the
: ; I rta2li:: of ey rron9: With a guidance of A. P. Love. who explains '
I, 'I-{::'. will te the insertion of a.boys game 1 splendid: golf dourone of the best "The few who hare paid their license in detail tho purporea of each piece the practice all over Florida for '

with Alva' later in the season, to i Diamond 'bail' fields in the state and should be protected : against ,>f machinery and ,the processes several years to place only partial ';

., :, make up for the game which was I he new recreation center, ClewiLlon: the sale of liquor without a license, ," through which the juices go in their valuations' .on property when assessing ,
1 jffs .t:, I it on the tax books If real valueis
a., .t. : rained out : in AlvaTuesday even- 'in told its own with any town lio stated. conversion, into sugar. #I
:, :, iiig. ',rice its population in the state Copies of the opinion wore rushedto placed on the assessment roll the .-,

, R. L. Dcsh has been a volunteer I /ren judged from the recreation. Colletors'o:; that all had: it on Fire Truck Called to ,millage remaining after the' tax exemption ..i
T' r millage is deducted :;
coach for the' boys team this season trndpoint. the'r desks Monday morning. I may
; ,," and! his work has been very "The highest Court in the Slate Belle Glade mount to moro in dollars and cents

valuable to the team. Mr.. Dosh has I has spoken in plain English" the Wednesday than the entire millage did at the

had much experience in recreational Legion Wading Pools Comptroller stated. "It has told us J i| greatly reduced' .valuations of the

r :' work and the boys and the entire This : we have the same liquor laws as we The CJewistoii fire, truck was called pad. '
Completed Week
school are most appreciative of his had December 31, 1918, with such lo Belle Glade Wednesday night As the Arcadia Arcadian expresses -

= help this >'ear. The boys have been -- additional wet territory as was voted :o assist in extinguishing a fire it: "Here's a residence' property .:'

issued thdir new royal blue and The wding pool, constructed by wet November 6, 1934. It is up which destroyed five negro shacks which has an actual value, say of

.;, white uniforms. and are a more resplendent members of the Clewiston Post' o'f'' to the County Officials to collect the and to prevent its spreading to $5,000, but successive reductions over

and confident croup than tho American Legion, was completed licenses or close the dealers and do er portions, of tho town. oth-I a period of years its assessed val

; at the opening of the season. this week, ,the work being done it promptly." Due to the high wind uation has been listed at $400. You

} The girls have also been putting under the :supervision:: of W. C. Ow Copies were also sent the Sheriffs at the time the fire was discovered I may think there are no such cases ,,

i- ._"', ";; In some good work on the court with en. and Clerks following a conferencewith it was thought a very disast-oust I In Florida, but there are a lot of -

;': ./\ ;;:t': <> Principal Stanley as their coach, and The pool IT located just across the Governor Sholtz, who stated: conflagration might rerult. However them. At 51 mills, the total state
;,\.!("I ., ';;' expect to make a good showing in street from the Catholic Church 'andis "A tion and cooperalion on' the partof the Belle Glade department!= ) and countmillage; the taxes would

..:: ;':, < )" :Y; "their games with other schools.; .adjacent to the proposed recreation every official of the< State and had the fire under control when amount' to 2040. Enter the Home-
f.'. center. It is 20 by 24 feet in Counties will be expected in administering the Clewiston truck arrived.H. I stead Amendment. It is assumed
,,:.i" >: ; ;::4i.' LATHAM DRIVING PIL'IXG dimension and its depth varies from this law." that under this new deal It .will be

,,' 't::'Yf :.: IN MOORE HAVEN GATE 18 to 30 inches The City ,of Clewiston 'J. Ogleaby returned Sunday necessary to list property at its actual -
sir... 1-" provided the land on which the Attending the Tri-Counly League from Fort Pierce where he had value In order to claim exemp-
., ( I'I :';"; (Moore Haven Democrat) pool Is located and the constructionwas Speaking Contest held 'In the La- been tor several days with his tion. This has been the law all the 'J,

- .,, "7: The construction of the hurricane made possible through giftsof Belle school auditorium Wednesday who is a patient in a hospital.wiCe'l time but' it has not been generally
;. '{w{'U- gate here' advanced another step toward various members of the Legion. evening were Principal G. B. Stan- reports Mrs. Oglesby as- observed.' In fact it does not appeal-
i "}};J:'::: completion this week as the ley, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. VonMach since a serious operation, last week. to have been observed at all. But

'. :}; 'E.: II. Latham Company, contractors, Approval for purchase of about Mrs W. C. Prewitt, Miss Livonia the owner of this mythical property
,} :.ij.:,began driving piling for the foundation 15,700 acres of land In Florida for Congdon, Miss Mae Drew, Mrs. Leah Clewiston friends of Judge and wants to claim exemption'up to $5-

A: of the structure. Federal forests has boon announced Spicer, George Bestor, Bobby Pat- 'Mrs. G. W. Whitehurst of Fort My 000 and he gives this value. In his
.-.:>: :,.: There are more than seventeen in Washington last week. About ter2'on., Jimmy Harrinton and Page ers, were saddened to learn of the claim' of exemption.

: : .' ':,;. :. hundred of these piling ,to bev drivenin 8,000 acres Were for the Apalachicola Cowarl and the contestants from death of Mrs. Whitehurst's father, "At this point the funny work

,.:.- -'; the foundation of. the first gate, forest, 7,500 are in the Ocala the local school, William Cowart, Johnathon Coker, of Arcadia who gets into the picture. Formerly his
: ) nd it will require several weeks to forest and 167 are for the Dsceola Roberta Spicer. Carlton Prevatt, died at his home there on January valuation has been $400 and he pays

: complete: this phase of the work forest an a.-Oilaudo Sentinel. 'Laurence Guthrie and Sue VonMach. 11th, (Continued on Page S)

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Cookies Always in Demand orate oven (375( degrees Fahrenheit) IMPROVEDUNIFORM

Bell'Syndicate,-SVNU Service '

To keep clean nnd healthy take Dr. SUNDAY | THIS WEEK

Passing of Holidays Does Not Mean These Dainties I'lercc'ii Pleasant Pellet. They regulate Lesson

liver, bowels and stomach,-;Adv. -" ,
(By REV. P. B. riTZWATER. D, D.,
Take Back Seat Standard for
a ; Recipes Member of Faculty. Moody Bible Nice Lump Sum ,
Institute of Chicago)
Brownies and Walnut Wafers. Never ExtinguishedHope Western Newspaper Union. The President at Work
is' the one.uest .of the
Free 'Tombstone .
'heart that quickly. departs and aa.

The holidays may come and go know you will like the chocolate quickly returns. Lesson for January 27 Button-Pushing Days ,

but some of iny readers seem to remain macaroons as well.Chocolate Congress will give President ?:'V.

Interested In the question of Macaroons. PETER'S DENIAL Roosevelt a lump sum, a consider-

cookies, says an 9xpert on the sub 3 eggs able lump of four thousand million '

ject. In spite of previous articles 6 ozs. sweet chocolate V "* LESSON TEXT-Mark 14:27-31, 54, dollars to let him change from the '

devoted to their home manufacture, J/3 lb. confectioners sugar 66-72. system of doles and imitation jobs,
GOLDEN TEXT-Wherefore let him
readers are still avid for more rec- Vi lb. chopped almonds that thinketh he standeth take heed "picking up leaves and pieces of paper -

ipes. I also had a letter from one % teaspoon vanilla lest he fall. I Corinthians 10:12. ," to real jobs and useful work.In .
Beat three eggs thoroughly; put PRIMARY TOPIC-When Peter Did .->
reader, saying; that she had not been -
In double boiler and add Wrong and Was Sorry.
G ounces : f
his White House offices
able to make brownies and walnut new ,
sweet chocolate JUNIOR TOPIC-When Peter Failed.
wafers, though she followed my rec- % pound confectioners INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- President Roosevelt Is at work on a

ipe exactly. I, myself, have made sugar. Mix thoroughlyuntil IC-Be Prepared to Meet Temptation. "social security program" which
lukewarm ; take from stove and YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- V
them hundreds of times, and always will include unemployment Insurance -
add the almondsand vanilla. Stir IC-How Jesus Is Denied Today.A .
with success. and old age pensions. The Ideais
until cooled. Drop batter by teaspoonfuls -
to let rolls contribute to the
better of the subject pay
If you have tried walnut wafers statement
on well greased cookie
cost of insurance and pensions.This .
Downfall.. From
would be "Peter's
have probably discovered that
you sheets and bake very slowly (300 degrees )4 might work well with normal
care must be used in removing, them Fahrenheit) for about 15 min the height of fellowship with God
from pans after they have been it which Peter enjoyed when he confessed pay
utes. Drop batter 2 inches apart.
You In
hope that the President
Jesus the Messiah in V
baked. They must cool for a mo- that was
Let stand a few minutes before removing -
his will Include In "se-
Matthew 1C, to the depth of emphasizing any
ment before they are hard enoughto
be lifted with a spatula. If you baking macaroons sheet. very carefullyfrom ASK YOUR DOCTOR a lie by means of foul oaths Is a curity" program security for the nation '. '
In addition to security for In-
long but the steps were quickly
let them stand too long they will
Filled Cookies. The dividuals, old or out of a job.
get' brittle. In this case they may FIRST MOTHERBefore taken for the time was short. ,
(Christmas Balls) presentation of this lesson should be Unemployment insurance and old <
be put back In the oven for a mo-
ment to soften. A little experience Vt.2 egg lb. (yolks& cup) butter You Give Your Childan done In such a way as to be a solemn age pensions would do little good If : -

warning to Christians today. In or- a few thousand planes came flying
will show you that even this one *4 cup sugar Unknown Remedy to Take
difficulty Is not hard to overcome.So Grated rind of lemon der that we may be saved from sucha from Europe or Asia to bomb our _

far as the brownies are concerned % cup flourChopped Every day, unthinkingly, mothers fall let us study carefully the steps cities and spray them with poison \

I often call this recipe my Egg whites almonds take the advice of unqualified persons In Peter's backsliding. gas. If they came now, they could' -

foolproof recipe. A critic said the Jam instead of their doctors' on I. Over-weening Self-confidence (vv. do exactly as they pleased. We haveno

remedies for their children.If of with them. i"
29-31)! ). way Interfering
brownies were not hard at the end Cream butter egg yolks and sugar -
they knew what the scientists Issued solemn warning
of 30 minutes In a moderate oven. : add lemon and flour mix well this Jesus had a

Brownies should never be hard. form balls size of walnut.and make chance.know, they would never take even a prophecy, of the backsliding of !. Bruno Hauptmann's musings on

They should be soft whenever taken Impression In center. Fill Impres- all the disciples. Peter's unwillingness fate's vagaries were Interrupted the

out of the oven.I sion with jam ; dip top of ball In egg Doctors Say'PHILLIPS' to face the cross alienated him other day by a strange offer from

white (unbeaten) and then roll In For Your Child from Jesus and when apprised of the Mr. Standish Hartman, who owns
am going to give you a real treatIn fact that the disciples would all for- the old Flemington stone works
chopped almonds. Bake In
a When it comes to the frequentlyused"milk
some of the recipes I publish to- sake Jesus Peter declared that Jesus manufacturing tombstones just
opposite -
oven at 300 degrees Fahrenheit on of magnesia, doctors for over
day. They have been sent In to me mistaken saying "Although all the Hauptmann jail.
well greased cookie sheets for about 50 years have said "PHILLIPS'l1ilk was ,
by a generous reader who has trans- 15 minutes. of Magnesia the safe remedyfor shall be offended, jet will not I." Hauptmann was told, "If you are
lated from her German cook book your child." Our condition is most perilous whenwe
Icebox Date Cookies. sent to the electric chair I will let
several of her best recipes which 1 cup butter Remember this- And Always Say are most sure of our safety.II. you pick out your own tombstone

have been tried out year after year 2 cups brown sugar "Phillips' When You Buy. Your Sleeping at the Post of Dutyvv. free, and 'p you write the epitaph.
at holiday and at other times. I 2 child deserves it; for your own peaceof
eggs ( 32-37).
mind that it- Gen I will make it a work of art that
know will appreciate I do 1 cup nutmcats see you get
as ,
you Peter and two others priv-
1 cup dates uine Phillips' Milk of Magnesia.Also were people will go a long way to see
her kindness in sharing them with us. ileged to be near to Jesus In the hour
3}$ cups flour in Tablet Form: one that any man would be proudto
I am giving you by request of a J 4.' teaspoon soda of his anguish. The favored three have."

reader, a recipe for one of the most 1 Cream teaspoon salt Phillips'now Milk on sale of Magnesia at all drug Tabletsare stores were commanded to watch but In one It should take, genius to devise a
modern types of cookies ; the so- and sugar and add everywhere.Each tiny tabletisthe MK short hour the very one who was so tombstone that "any man would be
well-beaten eggs. Mix well. Add equivalent of a teaspoonful -
called ice box or refrigerator recipe. confident of hiji self-sufficiency had proud to have" if he got it after \

The dough for these cookies may be nuts and dates which[ have been put Phillips; Ofl1kul of R fallen asleep instead of watching.The being executed for murder. -
through food chopper and then the Magnesia.PHILLIPS'.
shaped into rolls wrapped In wax only way to escape from backsliding -
flour mixed and sifted with salt and .
paper and stored almost IndefinitelyIn Is to watch. The one who overrates A day is coming wlien no man -
soda. Shape In rolls wrap In waxed -
the refrigerator. Whenever you himself under-rates the power of will do any work harder than pressV
paper and put In refrigerator for /IIiIk -
desire a hot cookie slice the dough u/AlCUf' ; the devil. ing a button and science incidentally __ .
several hours. Slice thin and bake
with a sharp hot knife and bake. III. Neglect of Prayer (vv. 3S). will make crime obsolete.For V

This[ recipe calls for dates and nuts. The legitimate inference from the instance, the Joliet (Ill.) jailer -

You It by using other Lord's words "Watch and pray," is
may vary sent a tat "trusty" outdoors for _
fruits which however must alwaysbe that he had commanded them to prayas a cigar and the automatic "elec ,

chopped very fine or run througha Now Relieve Your Cold well as to watch. The reason thereis tric e 'e" at the gate saw him .c.\

that the rolls so little prayer on the part of
meat grinder, so maybe flashed a light and the innocent fat"trusty"
Christians is due to the fact that
easily sliced. Sometimes the
was searched. A small
Is into small bread You It" there is a lack of the sense of need
dough packed a "Quick as Caught metal shoehorn was found In his
of Hod's help.IV. '
pan and sliced In oblongs. If you !big:: loose shoe.

compare German recipes with this Service In the" Energy of the 'The electric eye flashes when

you will notice that they also use a ,. For Amazingly Fast Results Flesh (v. 47)). anybody passing' the gate has any

very easy way for forming cookies.In tM I3 Remember Directionsin When they came to arrest .Jesus, sort of metal in his possession. No

several of these recipes the doughIs These Simple PicturesThe Peter took a sword and cut off an ear prisoner's friend hereafter can takein

of the servant of the high;: priest (John
rolled Into small balls placed on a pistol file or steel saw. ..

baking sheets: on which it will spread simple method pictured' here' is 1S:1U). He was zealous for the Lord

Into rounds. The' filled cookies or the way many doctors now treat hut it was zeal without knowledge. If you buy alcoholic drinks, buy .

Christmas balls, as they are called" colds and the aches and pains colds Even in his outward zeal for his Lord f1'on dealers in whom you have

are most attractive little cakes. I bring with them! he made a bungling job. If he had ton Lillence. The federal governmentV

It is recognized as a safe sure, been in downright earnest he would has seized one million one hundred

1 Take 2 BAYER Aspirin Tablets. QUICK way. For it will relieve an have cut off the man's head Insteadof thousand empty whisky, wine and "
Make sure you get the BAYER his ear. This is characteristic of
Tablets you ask for. ordinary cold almost as fast as you liquor bottles to prevent bootleggers -
Unique Gridiron Squad caught it. : much of the service rendered today by refilling them with bootleg sup- -

Football In Denmark made history Ask your doctor about this. And Christians.V. plir-s.

when a German team composed en- when you buy, be sure that..you get V Following Jesus Afar Off (v. 54)). An empty whisky bottle bought

tirely of brothers met a Danish the real BAYER Aspirin Tablets Christ's rebuke: for taking the sword for two cents filled with eight V

eleven near Copenhagen. The brothers They dissolve (disintegrate) almost and the awkward position in which cents' worth of bootleg whisky, may

are named Muntze and they r instantly.And thus work almost instantly ;I Peter's act had placed him caused him mean profit for the bootlegger and

hailed from Brauchhausen. They l' when you -take them. And to follow Jesus afar off. This rebuke mean poison for the consumer. .

for a gargle Genuine Bayer Aspirin 'widened the breach between Peter
walked onto the field led by their

father who himself an enthusiastic Tablets disintegrate with speed and and his Lord. Following Jesus afar To comfort those appropriating

footballer Initiated his sons Into thegame Drink a full glass of water. Repeat completeness, leaving no irritating off got him into further trouble and spending large sums of public
as soon as each could toddle.It 2 treatment in 2 hours. particles or grittiness. VI. Seeking Comfort Among the money fighting the depression It

was the first time the team had BAYER Aspirin prices have been I Lord's Enemies (v. C7). can be said, quite reasonably that I

left their own country though they + u decisively reduced on all sizes, so This fire was built by those who there would be no danger in spending .....'

had traveled much In Germany ; and +J'M there's no point now in accepting I had come unsympathetically to witness $100,000,000,000 more considering -

both father and mother Muntze accompanied other than the real Bayer article you I the crucifixion and even to mock that the normal Income of the

the at the want. : in this tragic: hour. For Christ's dis
boys. Many 1 United States, in really good times
found the critical and ciples to warm themselves at the ene
game / Is close to 100000000000. If a
of father Muntze and mies' lire, to get comfort from tin
pride NOW man spent one or even two years'Income
things prepared for the satisfaction of
the wistful absorption of mother to settle all his troubles
his enemies Is sinful. Peter not only
Muntze at least as pleasant and diverting jou'd think the price reasonable.It .

\ to watclr the game Itself. a- trie* to get comfort by using that would be a silly mistake, of

They were genuinely sorry when the which the enemy had prepared for issue the
course $100,000,000,000
3 If throat is sore, crush and stir 3 but he In
gallant eleven, In spite of excellent BAYER Aspirin Tablets in a thirdof PRICES Genuine Bayer AspirinRadically themselves engaged conversation In bonds and pay out another $100-
a glass of water. Gargle twice. Thfe! on with the enemy and they that
team work, was beaten 7 to 2. eases throat soreness almost instantly. Reduced! on All Sizes (000,000,000 for Interest unneces-
stood by declared that his speech betrayed -
sarily.; That needs to be said and
him. Multitudes of professing
will be said quite often.
Christians have grown cold while sit.

I ;:i ting around the enemies' fire. II To read that Harry MacCrackon -

would he infinitely better to freeze to
t ( seventy-five-year old retired cattle .'
death In Gethsemane than to keep
t puncher. Jumped up when a bandit -
around the enemies' lire.
fro told him to sit still and "drilled"the
VII. Open Denial (vv. CS-72).
bandit through the shoulder. Is
Step by step Peter went downward
mildly Interesting. It is more In- ,
until the words of a servant girl provoked .
teresting to read that It happenedin
and blasphemous denial.
e t open a "suburban liquor store" of Colorado -
Peter's trouble began when he shrank
AT where MacCracken spendshis
from the cross. It was that shrinking
time sitting by the stove "whit-
/i which him from contact
EW.J" tling." To whittling by a liquor --
.RICE Of f0 R with his Lord. Only the one who has
store stove seems a strange occu- _
been In touch with the Lord can back
GOOD pation for one seventy-five years
ALUMfTAKING CAKE slide. Many of the so-called backsliders
old who knows that time is whit-
have never been born again ;, they
\ 'FAKERSIf / have simply returned to their own tling away his few remaining days.
V way. The AAA asks congress for com-
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N0U) ONLY V ConscienceThe plete authority over all crops; all

farm activities and for $40,000,000
5 men who have done the most to $00,000,000 to move farmers

,POUNDS / for any noble cause have been the mer from poo.r farms to better farms. '

who have heard, and who have beer
:1V It Is all benevolently planned, but
V : prepared to listen to the "still smal many a farmer would prefer to
Tolce. I. stamp his foot and clap his hands

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.. <.,,: FINNEY OF THE FORCE ()By By W.ltrn Ted O'LougMin N..p.pcr Unl.. Hue and Cry es
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0 IS A PAIN-1OOKaT THAT I ''i1l'III\ '
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'j "i.:T _r r1 : : REQUEST

I'f The golfer nonchalantly stepped np
to the tee and swung one of those,
carelessly careful drives.

':. The ball sailed straight down the
fairway, leaped gaily across the green
\ i I and dived Into the hole like a rabbit.
"What nave you suddenly gone crazy
:=d1 \ 2 about Inquired the golfer's wife who
iii 1RgFFIC ) j)
I the was game.trying to learn something. about

;;; -= fr
: "Why, I just holed out In one I"

: yelled the golfer, as he essayed a dou-

.;. handspring with a wild gleam of

, .- delight In his eyes.FAMILY .
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F7 3 GREeN A6 ,- STILl.. SHE BET U wE voT AM' YEz STI L IWoN" I-

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"What makes you so Jealous?" r 9195
" .: "Oh, it pleases my wife." Little Miss Molly] here can hardly

' 'Ii: \, wait to run outside to .show ,her

,{,, ', 1 Hardest Part brother Tommy that even though she
,',<' Western Newspaper Union \.\ Brown entered the artist's studio is "only a girl" she has pockets, too
:< ,,;.- ', and gazed at the draped canvas on the And she thinks they're nicer! than.

easel. his-scalloped and buttoned the way'
., THE FEATHERHEADS By O:bipperUrbn:: Sound Effects "Have you finished with your picture they are, and plenty jaunty.. She's
; 0 Vcsttm yet?" he asked. also more than proud of the way she
'. "No, I still have the hardest part of manages to dress herself In this
,," .,: --AND THEN AS THE PUCKS i It to do," replied the artist. pretty bloomer frock.: Three front

'--' ROSE lM THE AIR. I AIMED ..Really !. .What. Is that asked buttons to fasten-there? it's all
'': < Q U I C I LY AND'- BANG/B/MG/- r Brown. done! And her mother likes: those
"Sell it," came the doleful reply. cunning puffed sleeves and the long
Arvv ,a A -BANGSANG/ For
Inverted pleat back: and front.

,. -- AND "THEN- Stork Stung There those who prefer them, simple cap

v !.The :six-year-olds were talking about sleeves like those in the smaller

:1.' ._. _- .-', ,, .., .-'. I the arrival of a new baby to the family sketch may be made by omitting the;
of the sleeve.
";. '' .' e yh ; : next door, and said one of them: "Whyisn't part
1 I Pattern 9195 may be ordered onlyIn
the baby and Mrs. home?
sizes 2, 4, G and S. Size G re
,,,4. "They're down at the hospital" explained -
: ,: ; II a second six-year-old. quires 2% yards 36 inch fabric.
Send FIFTEEN CENTS in coinsor
"The hospital," said the first withan
V II IIo for this
/V. stamps (coins preferred)
'1 \ amazed expression. "Such a new
pattern. Be sure to write plainly
zfi baby, and Is it sick already? Tschl I STYLE
iSo your NAME, ADDRESS, ,
.. ,Tsch Tsch !1"Gargantua .
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Sew Chart
Complete, diagrammed .
'" at Home Included.

"I'J ..''..",., Hiram-Yes, I've seen a few bad Send your order to Sewing Circle]

.11) '- crop years In my time too. One year Pattern Department 232 West
our string beans were so poor that the Eighteenth Street, New York, N.. .Y.
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} 0' didn't for the I' :
crop even pay string.SilasThat's

'.t. V '. FLOCK CAMF UP FEIII IrVL1rrLE LOUD-eUT HOW i our corn crop was so bad that my old HANDY THING TO HAVE

qNpIRAISE D 1 SEE.I I I! CAN you dad, who had a very poor appetite, ate
J:: MY GUN AND / MAY uTfR i KING up 14 acres of corn at a single meal.- :Mrs. Cobb-What on earth is that
j \ BANG/ BANG.Q J A PUCKS Chicago Tribune. Mr. Cobb-This, my dear, is a'barometer

V 1. BOTH BARRELS 1 MoMEaT' A DoT OF NOISE ? -a present from Jack.

Showed Good Judgment ..., "Oh, I've heard of them! Isn't
.".. ... AND BANGMost / / lie-I shot It In India. It was a the dear boy thoughtful? Which way
V case of me or the tiger. do we screw It when we want. the
,', \\IL She-Well, the tiger certainly makes weather to be fine?"
.,.V V the better rug.-Stray Stories Maga-

zine. Other Tactics .
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Jimmy on a shopping tour was annoying
.t. .
.:r ':t..f.frq:: of With a Microscope"You his mother, who said:

. ,* see that old boy over there "If you say 'buy me' again we will
'f::: .. He thinks In terms of millions." home.'
W" "He doesn't look to me like a finan Soon they were viewing a window
'> "
.. :,cier. of electric toys.
. { J.jlJ. '.".- '. "He' isn't. lie's a bacteriologist" "I'll bet my mother don't buy an
{.: electric train" commented the lad.-
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't. Western Newapeper Unfon' USUAL GAME"I Indianapolis News.cITh.

1'. ." Disappointing Hours IN D. D., PH. G. Not a Natural Liar
';'; ;, "Yes," said the old man "1 have had "-And, my boy I never as much as I

..;t..;.,,,, .. '. : .:' same terrible disappointments but looked at another woman before I met grvJAJJVf4a
wme stands out over the years like one + your mother. Will you be able to say
: that came to me when I was a boy." the same to your son?"
"", .::, r "And what was It?" r "Xo dad. not with such a straight
"When I was a boy I crawled under face.-Stray Stories Magazine.One .
., ,t:: V a tent to see the circus and I discovered -
.. It was a revival meeting.fi.'i ."- Way to Judge
'" '. Wall Street Journal. Man-How long have ,you. been married -
; ...;.,,:.,:. It ?
'-.: 'I.: ''., Wat's It to'You? Friend-Let's see-I bought this

{ : : ): Jones What are you burying In your overcoat I'm wearing six years ago. "I have here, sir, a set of books on a q
."F .,: T back yard "
.'?' :" how to be your own lawyer.
'< /if-.:., .'V Brown-Just replanting some of my "How did old Joe get to be college ALWAYS! "Don't want It. What's the sense In

;V.: ;'..; ..::<:. ., seeds-if. Its' any business of yours. presidentT"By a man learning how to rob himself
.'4 ::':-t.. 'y : Jones-It looks more like one of my degrees." --

,: "' V't,: hens than seeds. Educational Experience

r,',; : ,. Brown-Well, the seeds. are "Inside Explained flT\ l ( "Couldn't you have avoided Jury 1r
i;;.'. the hen. Admirer-It's a most extraordinary service?"

.. ." thing but every danco I've had with "I didn't want to," answered Mr.
"'! :' People Are Too Suspicious you has been very short. Dustin Stax. "1 desire to Inform myself
';.t :t-, ;;:, Judge-How could you swindle people Girl-Yes, I suppose so. You see. of what the procedure Is in caseIt
4 'V .' who trusted In you? 'the leader of the orchestra happensto should come my turn at any timeto
i Prisoner-But, judge people who by my sweetheart-Stray Stories say 'not guilty "
,1 don't trust you cannot be swindled. Magazine. .

I A Graded Scale
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Worth Celebrating What's the Password "What are the prices of the seats,
Teacher-And why should we cele "Is your husband a member of any "The time the place and the girl are mister?"
.:', Washington's birthday more than secret society?" seldom found together." "Front seats one shilling, back seats
inlne? "He thinks so. but he talks In his "True. The gIrl "Is usually half an sixpence, and program a penny."
Junior-Because he never told a lie sleep:" hour late." "I'll take a program please"

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The Clewiston News WIIITH' h HOUSE TREES was built of' grey sandstone. It was I-

only painted white after being burn- You Wreck 'Em :.M:M:..:Mi1. :..:N:..:M:..:..:N.N.N.M:M:N:N:N:N.N:
'In' the White House grounds In ed by the British who captured
Published, every Friday In Clewiston: Washington are number of trees War of
a; Washington during the
Florida, by planted by former presidents ;and 1812.-Exchange. II

Inc. their ,wives, .some of which have interesting .
Good FarmLand
: histories, the oldest beingan FRIENDLY, BIBLE CLASS HAS 4
Bowden, Editor
Keathley FENDER WORK 1
elm planted by PresIdent John WEINER ROAST FRIDAY NITE .
second class mail matter .
Entered as '
There are planted by Members of'th Friendly Bible
1, 1927, at the Post
February President Rutherford B. Hayes and Class and their families and friends Done by An Expert
Clewiston, Florida, under
Office In
Woodrow Wilson; a sweet gum by enjoyed a weiner roast Friday "evenIng Courteous Service for Rent
the Act of March 3, 1897. -
President Benjamin oaks
Harrison at a chosen location on the prai- Work Guaranteed. -
Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. by President William 'McKlnley and rie several miles West of Clewis ton. Prices Reasonable.PIONEER .
Advertising rates on application. Theodore Roosevelt, a beech by Group singing around the campfire -
President; Roosevelt, Japanese cher- featured the hour following the
Devoted to the advancement and ry by V Mrs. Taft, magnolia by Mrs., bupper. Among those present were .
welfare of Clewiston and Heudr Harding, and a birch. by Mrs. Cool-. Mr. and' Mrs. 'J. .Beardsley' Mrs.
Service Station:
County. idge. L: H. Robbins, Mr. and Mrs James I

Among an these. rees; the one Bruce, Dr. and Mrs D. J. Williams, BELLE GLADE PHONE 10
with the most interesting origin is Mrs. Robert Smith, I. D. Leydig, Wrecker SerUco at All HoursBUILDING TrespassersWill

"Miss Cleniden weds J. A. Suitor" the Roosevelt oak. It grew from an Miss 'Marion Leydig, William Hack- ... .
suitors Eo 0: BeProsecuted
said the headline. Lots of acorn of an oak in the grounds of. ett, Mi. and Mrs William Bradnack,
have have been called J. A.'s. but the palace of .the former. Car; of I Mr. and Mrs. V A. Allen Mr. and

not in headlines. Russia in St. Petersburg, which' had Mrs. A.' V. Southard, Mr." and Mrs.

grown from an acorn of an oak Fred Nebikei. Mr. and MisBoswell, .IggqqltqqqBpMlqqqqflqqRq>ttg4gl411

1935 should go down in Florida which stood over Washing Mr. and Mrs., W. P. Vaughn, jr., Mr. I
history as the year when there was ton's original tomb at Mount Vernon. and Mrs. G. C. Poole Mr' and Mrs I .

no state-wide extension of time to The acorn from Mount Vernonwas [. M Pafford. .

purchase'auto tags. sent to the Czar by Senator Miss .Mama Avant' Miss Ulla. Ja- FOR SALE

Charles Sumner of Massachusetts cobsen, Mr., and, ..Mrs 'C. W McDon-
This a land of opportunity. says:; '. "Many changes have, been made, In ald' Mr.: and' l\ rs. H..'R. Hall, Mr.' OR FOR RENT The

the Tampa Tribune. Anybody's baby and "about the White House ,since and Mrs. E.: C. Mills, Mr.. and Mis.

boy may grow up to be. a ;newspaperman ft .was first occupied by President B.' E. Herring, Mr. and Mrs. Homer On at
highway. Apply
and marry the president's Adams in 1800. The house Itself has Swindall, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert ClewistnCompany

daughter.We :.', undergone much remodeling and the Johnson, Frank Crane, Mr. and Mrs. Jack's Lunch
grounds have been improved and G. L. ,Royal, Miss .Genevive Brown,
may be just hard to convince, beautified in many: ways, among G. H.. Brown, 'Miss Dorothy York,
but we'd still like to see all the pan- which the tree planting referred to Herman Heath. Mr. and Mrs.: W. F. Suitable for Business or I I

thers killed in the Everglades by has been an important feature. Simpson,_ and Mrs. Olin Carleton.IS I
the "safari" organized by sports In Apartment. '" .. . .... .... ... .... .... ._.rI7" \
fact the home 'of our presi- ...... .M.N.N.N.N. M N N. N. ,M. .M.N.N.N. .N N.y '
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men of nation-wide prominence. dents' s not known as the White

House in -the beginning, because it YOUR SUBSCRIPTION, PAID? I I I; iznaquutc Rg. .KgaaaHDa.aaD"
And if a newspaper inquires; "are : '

you engaged" the "proper reply seemsto

be "no",, regardless of the truth. .

perhaps So ,If" you the really proper; are reply not. would engaged be, .,. V A 8, POWER' FORD ECONOMY D AND NOW !J JJ i

uyes. I
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"Mary was '' .
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the caption of a news photo showing .\ Fir..t,. .:::'..]..i., '7 ......i.;.; ',-.'-'r.' ," '-,......
America's sweetheart afterher 1
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three minute hearing which resulted "
in granting her a 'divorce -from : tI.I. \ l

Douglas Fairbanks. Three V minute:: .. ., -._. 'a' :7f a '\.. .-: i"
what an "
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Arthur Brisbane casts a slur ta ..... .' .'-. '. ', -=. y. -
'..."..j-f.y. .. members of Congress Listen to this -- "-"- J:

"The should Devil Dogs be reen of the by Air every is.a intelligent filmthat ;i :, L ;:" i

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.. American" and members 'of :,, [ i ; : K. ,< '

Congress. Perhaps the latter- was! '' r" ,. '' ...,.. .,....sr .. ... ,. Is
to include Huey Long. ---;4'. .::7_* ''''>' L"-'t C> '
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THE ITINERANT MERCHANT: .l ( ; ,. ,. ,..'. '' '
1: w i J'S>" :N. : ,a : r A.3 Si'v'if4 '
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Florida is certainly the most abus- ; h

ed state in the Union in one recpsct }; ; -OT" ? :...yhi. .)%;IRii:;:; sG, "f. + '+s : f:

during the winter months. There ,. /
flock to our warm climate and cor i

respondingly'prosperous pocketbooks :d k

Itinerant merchants. book ;.
agents, solicitors, salesmen am brl

what-have-yous by the hundreds ., .' ., .
Some few of such merchants are
Florida residents with a legitimate

well-known business In the com ,

munities in which they work We

do not speak of them, they arc a N w v

fellow-business man and we welconK. }'irrA, o fr >.bwi.,s.tf' '. .. '." ww..w <,.r",,."rn y: '.'' .,.; ; .. .
them as such. \
But the rackets that are carried :'\\ .'

on In the state are numerous and ; ..'
their proponents seem to outnumber L ':-
the resident population at times Because .
... Y. / ORCHESTRA, Surday E\emrg3::
the housewife is usually at + ,: .: :
a 4 ". : ,'':.'.'Jt.: FRED WARING, Thursday
home and because she is usually .,. A
less experienced in dealing with ,/ ...; ,hk; % ,i COLUMBIA NET WORK ,
f "
such fly-by-night projects. she is:,the c 0 f

most common victim of the "rack-, ., -
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So strong and offensive this nus- .. "
( ". ':-'-.-' .:, "'-...'.- .
iance becomes that have .
ordinances providing many a very cities high Ij- ; ::"' ::1 : MAKES no difference where you sit ,;::,: e., '. iness-its new easypressurebrakes and :. :{;

cense fee for such peddlers. Plant ,
City over In Hillsborough county, in the new Ford V-8. Even back seat; clutch=its new, larger tires-the safety, of '.

went display a little ad in farther big type and, signed inserteda by :. '. passengers enjoy "the comfort of a: front '. its welded, all-steel body and safety glass t.

the City Clerk and labeled "NOTICETO seat' ride." '. .''. all around (at ;no extra cost) /
HOUSEWIVES" notice .
said: "Please assist the':city ,in:itc : ': It took a major: V engineering develop : Low in first cost' more' economical .' .V.
efforts to maintain ,the sanctity of
the '.' this; possible-the Full-float' to operate than other Ford V
home by keeping your d001'Slocked : 'ment to make any ever

against peddlers and house with Comfort Zone Seat' built the V 1935 Ford V-8 .
ing Springbase is
to-house; solicitors. At this time of ; at the '

year every conceivable appliance,' device Notice how the mounted same time designed .
and scheme is being offered at :.: :.ing.. springs are meet the needs of ;';

the front doors of Plant City homes .':, ,::' beyond the axles how the seats are everyone. It's' a. new 'automobile value. .
by men and women who pay no license See it
: between ,
cradled in the easy-riding zone .
have no regular place of :: .' .
abode and are in this state, onlybecau'se :. ': the springs. Notice what a difference. this
it is :
customary for such as
these to follow in the wake of good makes-in everyone'comfoit .

business, fleecing the un-suspecting But Comfort Zone is only -
one '
. public and flor
more especially the -4 r
., : :. ; t Ford V-8 in FO'RD' V .
: : you'll want '
housewife. For one to solicit or peddle .:.- :reason why a II 8 -

f P must In pay this a community high daily occupational legally they ', ';. 1 935. You'll want it for its V-8 power= WI. ::8.935 ..

license which Is prohibitive and .:::.:>.=:for the :beauty of its streamlined body and '..' .
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which is seldom paid. Therefore you interior appointments-for its new' room .p A e!!} and upPOU Ecu) term through Universal Il
Q .
are respectfully asked to cooperatewith Detroit Credit.Co., hc Authorised
Ford Finance Plan.. ''-'
the city in preventing your

home being turned into a place of '

merchandise, by reporting to this LABELLE MOTOR
office over the telephone any ped- COMPANY

dlor solicitor who knocks at your < .
door and our Police Department will La. Belle .

do the test Vt /1 Florida' .

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'J_.,h ..:...........................................................................................:M.-I Mrs. Ray 'Mcintosh returned I Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel D. Thomas Mr. and Mrs. R. WL Wardwell of and post office'address- of the claim- u

:: :s: Monday from a visit with her mother and son Stanley, of Columbus, Ohio. Pahokee spent Tuesday in Clewiston ant, and must be sworn to by the y
;: Personal Mention :; in Washington D. C. -... who spending the winter in MI. visiting friends and transacting claimant his agent, or his attorney

._ + ami, were guests on Sunday of Dr. business. Mr. Wardwell who has or the same will become void according
.:..:H:N:N:N:..:N:N N:N:"-ti N:N N:N N N NNN:N:N :N:. Miss Virginia Swartz has returned and Mrs. D. Jenkins Williams been an inspector for' the govern- to law.
This 12th of
day January, 1935.
l-t\ Lawson Jones' was a week-end visitor to her home in Lake Wales after ment on tho levee project for several LEE ROAN, ;

-, in Tampa. a pleasant visit with friends hero. Mr; and Mrs. Cy Cruze, Mr. and years, leaves Saturday of next week Executrix of the Estate of ,
:> Mrs. R. C. Nowllng. Mr. and Mrs.T. tor Panama City where he has been John G. Lane, deceased.No. .

: Captain E. A. Salisbury of Sebring Friends of Mrs. B. E. Nall, ,sr., B. Shelley and Mr. and Mrs. Rus- given a three month's assignment in 53-Jan. 18-25, Feb. 1-8. "

. was a visitor in Clewiston Wednesday regret to learn that she is confined sell Whidden spent Saturday night the Mobile district of U. S. Engineers <3
'. ", in the local hospital with pneu- and Sunday on a camping trip onFishe'aUng .

--- monia. Creek. J. M. COUSE -
Miss Eva Mae Greene spent the MRS. DIGGES HOSTESS AT
.. -: I week-end with her parents in Plant "Mr. and Mrs. Carl Freedlund and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Morgan hadas RECENT BUFFET BREAKFASTMrs. Counselor and Attorney at Law f

-'. : City. children were guests Monday of Mr. their guests on Sunday their '. Hopkins BuildingWednesdays ,
and Mrs. Joe Freedlund in Belle aunt, Mrs. Frank Morgan, of Se ._Edward W. DIgges entertained :,

Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman were Glade. bring, who is spending this week a group of friends charmingly 0:30 to and 4:00*Saturdays* i-

.. visitors in West Palm Beach Tues- -- with them, and Mr. and Mr., C. M. I Wednesday morning with a buffet ',. ."
day. S. L. Monroe, district representative Hamrick and Mrs. King of Sobrins. I breakfast honoring Mrs. Bernie '
of the Gulf Refining Company, ..-- I Ryan, of St. Paul.
Watches Clocks,
R. L. Smith and A. W. Liddell of Miami, was a business visitor Mrs. Max Cole, who before her The guests were Mrs. Ryan, Mrs. _

.. spent Sunday in Sarasota and Bra-I here Tuesday. marriage last week was Miss Paul- Horace Bestor, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Rear or ,,
-.. Mrs. William H. Mills Clewiston Drug. Company ,
denton. ine Summers of Moore Haven was Mrs. FrancisM. j 1- .
Mrs. Milton H. Crouch Mrs. R. Mrs. Jewelry Repairing
I honored with a miscellaneous shower Wright W. C. Owen, Mrs. I
.. .. '. 1. Mrs. Mark Lawler and Mrs. F. J. M. Hare, jr.. and Mrs. H. S. McDuf-; given at the Woman's Club in E. L. Stewart and Mrs. J. F. Mc-' W. H. MERRITT }r'
., : Nebiker shopped in West Palm Beach fie were visitors in Tampa Mondayand Moore Haven Wednesday afternoonby Lure.
Tuesday.Mrs. Breakfast was served at ten o' WATCHMAKER & JEWELER
Tuesday. Mrs. Clyde S. Cooksey and Mrs.
w ioe Van de Velde. clock and a bridge game followed. CLEWISTON FLORIDA .
Dr. and Mrs. D. Jenkins Williams L. A. Turner returned Sunday The hostess presented a lovely gift P. O. Box 521.. r
spent Monday visiting friends in from High Springs, where she to the honor guest.
.:Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford enter-
;) Fort Myers. has spent several weeks with her n
mother, who has been quite 111. tained a group of friends at dinner UIIUMIIIIUIIIIIIIIIK

Judge George W. Whitehurst oft last evening at their home on the Ill' THE COURT' OF THE COUNTY DEEP ROCK WATER ,:.
;;; Fort Myers was in Clewiston on business Mrs. Bernie Ryan and sons Jackie government reservation. Enjoyingthe JUDGE IN AND FOR HENDRY .
Monday. and Jerry, are leaving today for Paffords hospitality were Mr. COUNTY, :FLORIDA, IN PROBATE.IN Five Gallons 25c .'
;: -- I their home in St. Paul after a three and Mrs. George L. Royal of South JOHN G. LANE.
"f:i< Franklin Saxon of Tampa is week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. H.: A. Bay, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Daniels of DECEASED. )) Delivered In Clewiston Tuesdays ant

'.' spending some time here visiting the Bestor. South Bay and Mr. and Mrs. GroverC. Fridays Leave order at B & B,store.
L. L., Lowe family. Poole. Your business appreciated.G. .
Mrs. W. K. Downs, who has been and each of you are hereby P.
') iii.r T Fred A. McKenzie left Wed- very ill at the Clewiston Inn where Principal G. B. Stanley and CoachR. notified and required to present any Barrow
claims and demands which
.' ncsclay for her home Jn Lakeland she is with her son, C. L. Downs. is L. Dosh accompanied the boys you or rLrrlllrrrrrrllllllletrlxrCLEWISTON
: either of you, may have against the'estate
'.\Ior. a few days' visit. improving steadily and is considered basketball team to Alva Tuesday of John G. Lane deceased

.'.;*. -- out of danger. evening for a game with that school late of said County to the County
'Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward motored but rain prevented playing. The Judge of ,Hendry County, Florida, at WOOD
to West- Palm Beach Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Frank, Rodriguez boys making the :trip were Bill Cow- his office in the court house at La-
4 take Mrs. Ward's grandmother who : are leaving Sunday for Cuba where art,' George Bestor Ed Clark, Mer- Belle, Florida within eight calandar YARD
I months from the date of
the first
boarded a train there for her home Mr. Rodriguez hasaccepted a posi rel Lowe, Jimmy Harrington, Page
publication of this notice. Each
'r ; in Jacksonville after a visit with .tion. They expecttiOf return to Clew Cowart, Bob Patterson and Charles
claim or demand must be in writing, 'Af
Phone 336
her granddaughter here. I iston next season. Roberts. fc e. and must state the place of residence .
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,.;i'HE' CLEWISTON NEWS, .J JANUARY 25, 1935 -.

As for .a legislative program, the John II." Bankhead -ot'''.Alabama, like

CURRENT EVENTS President made no attempt to outlineone Byrns one -of the old' school, won the Stern Justice Makes NoAppeal

but he did promise that definite leadership of the house after a brief

legislation soon would be proposed cov- struggle. Senator Joseph Robinson of

PASS IN REVIEW ering old, benefits age and for unemployment children and insurance Arkansas of the senate was re-elected, and Senator majority Lewis leader of to the Emotions 4

continues as whip.
mothers, and other features of his so-
In their pre-session caucus the Dem
cial security plansHe
ocrats voted to reduce materially the
declared the nation was making ..One of readers writes to the
Republican representation/on: :. 'house : our courts encouraging criminals bringsup
HALF BILLION.DOLLAR headway toward the "new order, but column about the case of -Bruno" with which
EIGHT AND A committees, and decided to,.abrogate! an Interesting point
BUDGET OFFERED BY under the framework."of"the' Constitution the-145 rule for discharging a committee JIauntmannj! ;the:necused kldqaper of. our best criminologists have l long con-

THE PRESIDENT. and he spoke of the increased In- and .-bringing a bill .ti>O'yot .,..:It h.. J tip,.JAndbergll) baby '. Corned themselves. They tell us that .
dustrial activity, benefits to agrIcul- *in a.week. The nuinber now required* *'Jt makes: my; hair, stand on. end," offenders Me' not afraid "of severe ,

By EDWARD W. PICKARD ture and profits to merchants that'have for-.this action t Is,2 ,S. _" '. ,. sie says, "to hear talk about: whether penalties-that Is, in communities

Western Newspaper Union. been, realized.. .Then .came. v., thus' ,stern ;. the state really has ,a strong' where more crimes have'been made ': .

work relief must be car- -warning: who_ for 'pHEMlER! H:..B:.'BfiNNJETT; ..of'q ii- enough'case .'to convict 'hfm'. ,If there'is punishable by execution, the crimes
him speculative
BECAUSE the federal budget will not "Let partisan' purpo, ,' without jast profitor war-' f ada, appealing" ior' support for his enough evidence to get ,The. \ death have not decreased: .It Is the certainty .

be balanced for the coming fiscal 'year, rant would "seek to Misfu'rb1; ;0r dispel administration' promises: to give theDominion penalty, and;;"so on. This "man was of punishment, though this Is

and probably not for several years Dce tak&hectl'before'heassumes a "New-Deal"' that tcars'a'close' .found with the money gouged from less 'sey< re in nature, that deters .
this assu 'l / :
thereafter. In presentIng responsibiltty'fort'ariy act .which ,; resemblance to I'resFiderit'Ifoosevelrs' ';the' distraught parents of the'poor criminals As an example we are

the budget to con- economic- and''socialprog"rami 1i baby who was murdered. Isn't that given! Canada, where there is so much
slows .
f i
gress, President Roosevelt : AiHbng 'the reformsthe premier enough? I'd like to know-if any of less serious crime than in our own
The President unsettled
reported an .
admitted this, but dorsed .were: Contributory; employment -' :your other TeAders cares if :he did It country. Canadian law Is no loss
r ;. condition in the foreign field, with, the Insurance, remodeled ..old
; without qualms. lIe a :age' ::alone or had an accomplice, if he actually just than ours, in fact it is upon the
resurrection of old jealousIes ancl passions scheme health
; ; pension and
estimated $8,5 0OUO- ; shot the baby dead, or If its F.nglish common law that both are
and. new striyipgs. for-armament.;: accident. insurance, amendments .to
\F 000 as the amount of death was an accident. 1.-can't imagine based. They are no less eager than '
and power in more than one land, add- the income tax aws to correct in-'
to right-thinking we to protect the innocent But In
money necessary .any person any.nornxal
ing: .. equality o'f wealth distribution,, mini- '
the govern 'h ma'n'being, quibbling Caiyula' there is more certainty ofpunis'ln
carryon as tp
"There Js.n. ),.ground for apprehension -. mum1'ges' and 'ID' ximunl hours of '
ment's activities for the (details j of his part in the hideous because they do not
that-our relations with any nation work: arid 'further legislation In the '
the 1036 fiscal year be- : -1jne: He was living on the fruitsof countenance our cumbersome proc-
otherwise\ '
> of ,
will be ot than peaceful. intE r sts. fanners. '-> ,-' '
ginning July 1 next it 'and enoug'l for As esses and delays. It is not uncom?
__ m Discussing the matters that .will. be' : -',, r r: Chat's me. .
The expenses for, the 'car' :is I'm conc rn tl-i, wouhYri't'1 anon there to have a criminal arrested -
President brought before, congress; for action, Mr. 'TAHERE"were. : huge sighs of relief : ;'
current year, partly said" '. .7V t waste the peopl 's m'onejTon a 'trial" ; tried, and on .his way to prison
Roosevelt Roosevelt : inthe cjiancellerles of. Europe '
estimated, are $S,581 "for. such fiends. It is just fhrt''far- within a few-days.
"Among the subjects that'lie imniediatelj \'tl Hen the, uccess. of the conversations
000,000. before us are the 'con'solidation'of ? In"-ilom.e.: between Foreign .Minister clcal technicality red tape in" our : *We .".must fairly and justly and ,
If one wishes to know who spends jtormrnls'tratfOn' courts that encourages criminals. In openly try those accused of crime.
federal l regi Pierre Laval of France
all these huge sums, an idea may be r : their orifideri e they can beatf jus-" 'But it would certainly be an improvement
over all "forms of transportation, the ". and I \ -
obtained from these figures showing !. tice.Tell mejis; there .nti)! shred or on' our, present methods if we.. ,
renewal and clarification of the ira' in-
gen- lini announced
the estimated expenditures fothe fis _' ghost- of ''a :Chance, of..a technicality could take a le.af.from the hook'f
eral purposes of the national indus-; formally. For t w o'days
cal year 193G : Y+ I saving this man from his just deserts Canada_and make justice more direct
trial act vo'states .
recovery strengthening 'the t -
; ?" and swift' without possibility of interference ,
1. Legislative, Judicial "of our' facilities for. prevention, .detection men discus'sed'thepoints : r4;
and executive . 36,595,000S. ; and treatment oerime. and ,. I at issue between Pointing out inconsistencies In this with' the certainty of punislnment.once -, ,'' '

agencies Civil departments. . ..and,-.-. -788.05T.169 criminals, the restoration of?sound con- Kr l -.thgjr. nations arid. cpnditkms.vin.general" -: I writer emptlonajv to-.whom.-4t outburst was, the address newspaper..d.msw' .. bell SyndIcate.-WXU guilt is established.: Service." :";". ,
dftibns public In'central'.Eurppe' ____ :
3. National defense . 792.484.265. ; in the 'utilities field I: < i : : : m ;
." -' fs follows : ..,. .. /:- .
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4. Veterans' pensions through abolition. of-thQ 1eril features. : Emerging -, ; Sour Note ,:
and benefits . 704,885,500 of ( iron "( lat' 'T'don't think that ')\"e deed
holding: companies, the;. gradual tapering 'I : he :f. "Buy a nice aspidistra,' lady?". '

5. Interest Debt charges. .:. ... .875.000,000. 'r- 'off- of the emergency credit a'(!;- ....theirjpeetlngs', fiIJ; about 'Br; np. ,Hauptmann.cheating. ."No, go war. -We'renot musical." ,
Retirements . .. 636,434,000 tlvities of government, 'and';inltnrove. ': '"s ii1I3ub"broadly; ''send-l : justice In. hisS ,!, In., e.w.; J; sey.'BUtwhilemairy .;Tit-Bits Magazine.

6. Refunds ... . ., 64.946.200 .melt in our taxation forms and' raeth-- rierrevtavair-?; to a group: :.i-vv of ?French. : p fr.p s will f\ have,..the. ,.
7. Recovery and relief 4,582,011,475" .ods. i ,.*.-. -v-r and Kaiidn: wart veterans.1"i 'r same emo'tiojial.reaction'tq.tlxi.s 'case,

8. Supplemental(for above groups items 1 'I '"We have already begun .to feel ,.the., "I ahi i 'glad to tell'-yoh tl t'.Premrer- we.:must remember'thre; fundamental ; .

to 4 inclusive) *. 40,000,000 bracing effect upon our economic system Mussplini and I are now in complete postulate upon yhfch our law is ai"uRjN ;
of a'rest i= d 'agriculture."The ." ,accord.' founded ; that is, th'at'it IS better to

Total expenditures. $8,520,413,608 hundreds, millions'} ._Q.C.a'ddltioiial :", "Without waiting for..'n: official com: .let ten guiltyAineii''eseape''thalit i to"

Total receipts for the same period Income that farmers are r.ecei'v-'. \munique-,; those best ,.Jo'rorDlpd said "punish bne":ni''ho1s'innbcent' 'Thbft Is

are put at $3,991,004,039, so the esti- ing is finding its way into thechan- "Lavaland. 11 duce.'ha$ reached a full) the reason fo'r'the legal technicalities'In

mated deficit will be' $4,528,508,970( nels:of trade. .' ,-,'. ..". agreement: the principal features of our courts-to-give-'a man every

Of the recovery and' relief fund"the t :.'"The fa'rmers share' of the national whichare! a joint ,declaration' .1.0' preserve ; possible protection until he is'proved1

President asked that $4,000,000,000 be income"is slowly'-rising; :'The economic* the independence of Austria,, a ''guilty. 'And we canbt 'deny that it is

placed at his disposal to allocated facts: justify :the widespread "oplrli 'n fJ-e: or. six powejjl?;:pact ;"of t noninterfef-- tn'e'-'huhjran'e and civilized procedure, i?
: and prqvisiqnsvfor'colonial'"Voh'cesslons' nnd*that': but for Jt: many Innocent
by him "principally for giving workto of thoseengaged.. In' 'agri 1.11t.r'Jh.i ence, -
those unemployed. on the relief our provision for. main'tiaip'pg; i a baj- in Afri' The pact agreeuig' people might.-have-b; ?eHtunjiistly,pun A Few Drops Every -
rolls." "- not to Interfere'wltlitoiiean'other's'ln-: : : ished. However.-innoGent: or? guilty,
anced nroductiohigavje..aVthisfin .ethemost .
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Here' are some ; ternal affairs presumably will include' our reader's suggestion .to- disnense Night and Morning
other..vital: _things:. adequate remedy l' 'an old and .\
<0 "" """ ': with this man's trial is nothing-more
's* ,
disclosed by the message : vexing problem. -Italy, GzechoslbvakiaJ.ugp: larIa.4usBtria \WUPromote, a Clean,
The national debt will increase from "For the present and especially in and Hungary ; and later Eng- nor "iess"th"ari 'm'eetrrig'lawle'Ssn'esswith
land France and Rumania be lawlessness. And it requires Healthy Condition !
$31,000,000,000 at the close of this fiscal .view of abnormal world conditions, agesadryjmjirunlentslasietttods may

year to $34,239,000',000., :'-': .""-. --. Qp ft.r 1 J 1jfJ t--r: i'ceH i ,r ;' >askedto: .adhere.!tq.It.! ;..'":",, ,-. ? ,., ...... 'very little thought' realIze"where, At.All Drug Stores---
No new taxes are requested. bn-i .. : s1tduld: ,: '.:-'rhls' ''ratico! ;Italiha: 'rspprdchement, that'i'voukl'l: : ad'tts: ,"-j7' ',: '..:-t :;- -: ylYrkebia ue oDp1, VChicaQoforFreeBook
to.the'ppin1on of nlin'11'lghnY1CY't! c wilI;: .'';Then ::mebtjorb ;a..pr'reldVtaBe.In?'.our,'l
gress is asked to continue the'so-qalled< 't.1rIti : .
nuisance taxes \which expiresbbnncC. ; :;! t! ef: 6 r' ; 2 : :: JO": fart; 1 i yardinisnri; >yg;?tha'::''rttalute : ;:_ -,<;<;f' .-- :: : : ,2:' :.. !- -., ". .

the'3-cent ':' ""' v ; :.Tiaugce j gfype Ce.'in i'and=In t l lie -
stamp rate : : :> : !1fM ; ; '

A national defenseapprbprla'tloji::iof. ,'B lJ 19't' atiQ: 1f4&.n! dtt5tria fiatfrgitsr-ta! .:!t ?p QvfY stpf; rnay\lead .;Geirpahy! toreeriter! "theL .. It :
$S00,948,065-the greatest .in;tbe-hi i r agjle'bf rations.: L rt : L i JiiI il l ; &
: act .perCehlCv ... : .
iv c
; scouFcare .. .
tory of the country-is regtie5fect.; :_-:i':. jJ11G? ; _S11'11? :n.eCOflli i $;Cr:t:'J imfdStaf's 't. .:...) .':'":'. : -::'''' -: .lj:7:\. c? ...... :...Jtt. -:...,/. ; ,

A total of 137.134' fedei'nI'vorkei, ; : l1 :;:f-4 t !; i i r:
: .iflipfll
auvaIid:as'-.nnctf t
'i1e btu.tiguaCabdcafio1i
are to be dismissed. '::: ;- ; }; .tf! ; .of :.leglsl' .\ .::;':power:' ,1::!1nindatq.! byJttali} and-ivhielishe.. .. '. ?}:;2 t J -. ...

The $2,811,000,000 gold'" :'projit kasotj.' : 'ttgthe.lljresident;;, gbtroif,tlir gst bees.tinniteln'r'e *"?a3sj.sue 'never;-AViil ',...glye'-jup* .tl Pugh' .' : .

been disturbed. : '-, j gdeiing:;thisdecisioJ'tttice.Carlo Z i : : ;;"sn"rKas left the League- "ifattfyQafe;

Veterans pensions"-In :J93G; will'reach'i : oalone. "d1ss entinfi-'Anti: ; the'. -v.icually i closed to fortlign.jsitors'in! :: r.

the staggering total -of'$704.6pQ:;; () .",. =:aplPionis. .tcail( by;'Chief. Justice violation! o !the treatyritjA: asfi naton;:' fAn< dnctorc. et a

The accumulated ..NewDeaX-tiettciti .''Hughes- _.. : .-:' : ".-, *'"* (\.. .. They; permaneijt m,7ndatg's corgi lJ1is-

for three years on June! ,30""," '1936,:.'\'nf., .,''J"be section:;:declared void authorized" 'sums!sion off. .... the league has feportedj-rfthat'. ri a 'liqmd'laxdivj&t} ,
total $11,700,000,000. -: .- -thePresidentr.'tq.: .ban .interstat'e slip- <: :pan announced'eteeisilent pure-
While the trend of and ., '. Tent of ''hotT-'oii.- ; :' .:J : ;: !1l, ;. ospn"ports : % &' ;
recovery : relief : atts"oilpro: -.; :'en thesq'islandsire diishraipoitiouate. [ >: :: : ;r-- --. > r'Tnere's.7
is downward diiced In ) .
expenditures regular excesVpf'state'fliiprasyhile -, :
.to 'the.Q1um"e'( { 6inin r .
federal expenses will increase...'. This 'fs' :/ \ the:jpfnl h jcUd- not deal,-with :
vial ,:aCllvfts Furfllerpa ticdlars j (on'the :
due In part to a 5 per cent pay restoration -- otherphases' -'of the-Tec'overy: ;:act;;=1t' eep'eridlture''yvereZtsitedi; in''tlie'; :
for federal workers which "in- aroused widespread speculation as to
"' :. next Japanese -repprt. :; i
volves $65,000,000. '.disposition; other cases.-xThis was
; :? A Toro] repre! ntative- n his ,pee ::: \1.. ,
It seemed certain that some of thePresident's -,the first, ma jo/ 'New eah..,case toy: ,1' "
Vlous allay :
report sought to ) '
propos ls'"Would; start :l>it- ;come befbre.the:, court. febn' regal authorities -: .i; cions" 'es ressed lrij(3.eneva that 'svfri\I ;; {; Y f. ( a.

ter fights in congress. Old line !( ppb- : pjoinfed, our that application. Is building fortifications: or constructing I

Jicans insisted that such "squandering""..' 'to the act. generally ot;the '""principle+ \= naval' bases \\h \the Marshall, Caroline -' '. \. yeryv ood reason; why TrnrTjE-iTi ftaZten
found untenable "in this: case might II doctors7aii4 have always
of the nation's resources would lead Ladrone ojTelew Islands, granted'ttfter 4_ hospitals

to Inflation and bankruptcy, Tb'e"more undo; mncii_.recover. jf-leslsialipn.:- '_ .. ;''let the'..W.r} ".,,'1I.!..,- C '-,"- used yquid;.I laxatives! Yo ,'d' use a

radical legislators: thought that four. v-The petrojeupi! .co'de |tselL vas! ..notInyplved :the: ; mandates; ; ommisioo'fias"Issued'a'eortimuniq'ue : 'r --: :>Tliquidtdo., .cif ypurknew howl' ,mueh-:

billions for work relief was not,enough; 'jn}"the- dec Isioti'! :'<-Howev.r-( :: .savn; ,, '.sgspicforis'; j. 7 better it( 1 akesyoiT'feel.liquii. J._ .

Lots of senators and representatives.' .the .dcd lon:>::3vas vbelieycclfq'vfihslU| :are.canstanUy 'givjnj'rfseFtocominent.'iiitlie"world'press'tied ',, .*; A- ::.laxative.\ : can'ah4iy's'be.takenii ': J liquid laxative generally used is Dr.

S resented the President's 'equesf for a;.1 the cwork pf thefedefai tender:Doa'r'd- : ; ( one ;niethbd"6frefuthgyrern tie'amountYou" can -CaldweU's' Syrup 'epsi 1. It contains -

free hand in allocating that 'fund, feeling : -, established as"ra.. guldtioH! Issued junf.der. l1W.J lie to. afford free 1. r grnlly} \ reduce'the:.dos.eYRi4ced'i senna and.-cascara, and these I,

he was Infringing on .their'preroga' ..J atif: horJtjo. ?7r !? fsio! tfi ins ..,unrlsjijclqd .aci"ejss, .*Zhefshandy dosage U thj.secret df're 'and-- safe '--ar ? natural laxatives that form no -
tives. But the administration- 'fbfces To'lved.-. '. '' | r- .' trav 'anaJVipssels1--< :. 'reliefftpfiz'constipation. "' .'. '" ./' -habit: 'even'in'children.'Its action
.; \ -;,L ; :v"j-'C: : :_ "forfpreign. ; fers.. '. : "
in congress are so overwhelming that I : Emergency:'legislation: Bjr c'ongfess"". '.. : .;: .> v.--f -" .*:*- ;-,7- -, :\;-- ...'t,.< / :Just.::ask: :your "own"doctor:..about". -js.genlle_ but sure. It will relieve a

there was no doubt that the !budget to remedy the 'situation and to"i: n feet P' "RESIDENT nOOS iV I T" did not, .. '. ,this. Ak your,druggist how; popular. condition, of-bjliousuess or'sluggishni -

would be accepted as presented. the objection of the court was re- wait for the 'opening of congressto liquid laxatives have b'ecome. The "without' upset. It's the ideal

right liquid laxative gives the right family laxative because it's a family
:' ,ported to be an immediate, likelihood. start his fight against Immediate
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT "in' "his .. ..... payment'' .of.the veteransjbonyjj;: The, .kind of help,and the right amountof doctor's prescription, and perfectly

message conp'ess; delivered in \'Seventy-fourth congress,, .elcted commnader of 'a Legion post in" Texas, help. "Whe'n the.dose is repeated, safc&nd effective for family use.

person at a' joint session, offered the .T' on the-sole issue ofjsu'pport of 'wr "te- hfm'- for 'in formation"'on' the"mat" jnstead of more each time, you take .If.jou; are seeking something that

lawmakers a "new Jind greatly en- the New Deal, began Its first. session I ter and .)!t'. Roosevelt replied- length fas. Until the bowels are moving, will relieve, your occasional upsets

larged plan" of work relief. He did earl: : 'the dot and devoted its first..day detailing his reasons for opposing the regularly and thoroughly without safely and comfortably, try Syrup

:, not estimate its cost, but asserted that .tp the ,organization: of payment. Ue"argued that the;obliga- any help at.all. Pepsin.. Give regulated doses until

: the system of outright doles should be thetwo ""houses and ton; is: not immediatelydue:., that.of People who have experienced this Nature restores regularity.At .

dropped and the government should, .the swearing in of 3,500,000 certificates outstanding; 3,038-,-' comfort, never return to any formof '

t 'i undertake projects of slum clearance,' new members. The (% 50b'1e ter 'ns'ht"e' borrowed $90,000- help that can't be regulated! The, all drugstores

: grade crossing elimination and other lawmakers assembledIn 000, or Vm9re.: than the Present. worthof
;;- public works that would give employment the Capitol were a ; their bonus certificates," and that"

,:: to about 3,500,000 pers"ons'now' serious looking lot, \vhen'the veterans-borrowed. 0;per cent I "zj It. & etf4JLSYRUP PEPSIN

:' without jobs. The figures to be proposed ';;and .wjth reason, for ICa of the" ,face yajue' of the certificates In :

; for this were reserved'.'for' his they 'have"on their I 1931 they ues'd"th"e f.un'ds'to! discharge i .

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budget message, but he assured congress //hands: a._ big Job, that deh4s <'. ; ,:. ; I -
that they would be "within the *of 'making 'the New This last point, according to National -'

sound credit of the government.1r. Deal permanent. ; and Cominiinder Be'lgran'd"of' tile'7Ab1eri ,

Roosevelt-declared the g.tins. in .the} doing of it they can Legion, Is one of'the strongest; arguineiitsfortinnediate"pajtnent -
made In the 1934 were 2qust Speaker : of the
year greater solve.Borne
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Adjusted serVc&! certlfieatb6v. ':
yproblemsthqt rns .
than the losses and expressed 'a', -the most : :iperplQxinjr' **. ,
hope in the Speaker Byrns admitted'that the i
strong coming year He ) out' national legislators
tf.' reasserted his belief in the "profit mo-.. .ever have facgd.'i- IfAvoulU seem that cash bonus bill would pass the house
"because there is no opposition to
t tive" but uttered a warning against "tTie Dem :crGts;.."ill have no trouble in I "
there, but he added that If the
: measure :
wealth "which, through excessive 'proft passing) 'l(>ii
any;; atIorr they wish, for is finally enacted the administration ( -.
;; Its, creates undue private power over .they ha'l.dnrvoVerpoj\ering' majority. will insist 'on some additional taxation -

: ;, private affairs, and, to our misfortune. 'In the speaker's chair sits Joseph T. to meet the. m.rtted 2,000,000-,-
:f'> over public affairs as well." This, naturally chosen his fell&wJDemocra "' t s.lfeileved
Byrns, unanimously by 000 expen ire. .Ij. I the"over
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SYNOPSIS San Quentin late this afternoon, Chief," out with a rifle In his hand and absent, night or day. But Nance Bel-

Stephen began, and handed the latter ed to Nance Belden to come Shout-I den knew she could climb that fence .d

,1 First woman he would shoot her barefoot she knew she had thirty "
._ Theodore Gatlin adopts a baby, which a newspaper. "Big story. a ; .
I he names "Penelope," In a final effort to escape from San Quentin.." He the motor-boat promptly came Into action seconds to do it and a drop on the gadCLDS ,
':,' to solve his matrimonial troubles. Buthis gazed severely upon Lanny. "What against him. He had not been hit, other side from the top of the gate.

wife has never wanted her, and are you doing here Lanny?" but a shower of bullets had spatteredthe Her job was to Induce the guard to :
their affairs end In the divorce
Ten-year-old Penelope Is given Into the "All h-I to pay, Stevie dear, and ground around and in front of him turn his blck-and her friends In the :.4

keeping of Mrs. Gatlin. At a baseball no pitch hot. That Belden girl is herewith and another burst had gone over his boat did that .'srI :

game a ball strikes Penelope on the a bullet hole in her shoulder.; she's head and through the sentry box. The "She knew she'd been seen from the 1
rose. Mrs. Gatlin spirits the child to iiiienng from shock and submersionand guard had fired once at the Belden watch-tower on the hill and the guardat
Europe. Gatlin retires from business, Put Mentholaium in ;
wills Penelope all his money, and Is chill and loss of blood and she's woman and hit her, but immediately the gates notified by telephone ; as I the nostrils io relieve \\\ j
about to begin a search for his daughter cold as a penguin's tail. I've given her thereafter, fearful of being killed, he he returned from the edge of the irrllailon and promote

'. when a motor accident ends his life. a stilt noggin of Dan's terrible booze had thrown, himself flat on the ground. beach, around the south side of his 11/ clear breathing
Some later In San Francisco, ,
Stephen Burt years, rising, young psychiatrist and a fortieth of a grain of strychnin The guard in the watchtower on the kiosk, Nance slipped by him on the I

Is presented by Dan McNamara, and an alcohol rub. She's sleeping. Did hill had then brought his machinegun north side and was In the water as gTriIMn1 "

chief of police, with a new patient you bring those hot-water bottles?" Into action. His first burst had the guard took up the 'phone. Smart r.
Nance Belden, a girl with .a dual per- Dy
sonality, for which her "saddle nose" "Yes," he said humbly, Indicating a been short, and drew answering fire She knew no guard will stick under

Is In part responsible. McNamara does bag he carried. Lanny fell upon the from the machine gunner in the boat. machine-gun fire, at fifty yards, merelyto "

not think she Is a criminal and obtains bag, and retired to the kitchen to fill Although the range was four hundred stop a woman convict escaping from ADVICE TO WOMEN .,*r
Burt's testimony In court. Lanny, the I the hotwater bottles and tuck.,them in yards, the first burst from the motor- prison. Smart Sank and swam under -
doctor's office nurse, is also won over. boat water-and Mrs. Annie M. Cape of,
tore through the wooden watch- then the zigzag course
her child patient. "Luckyif
Nance's criminal record outweighs Doc- alongside 922 B. St., Meridian Miss. -! >
tor Burt's explanation of her ,case and she doesn't develop pneumonia, tower, which' rather distracted the aim between the boats of the other fisher, said: "My health failed andr' :,.'1
she Is sent to San Quentin penitentiary. Stevie." of the guard there ; nevertheless, the men, after they picked her up. Fine <> I was just about ready to give ,,
,-..: Lanny visits her and Nance persuades Doctor Burt stood looking down at latter stuck to his gun and continuedto 1 psychology-she engineered it allandI '.Ax ; up.housework I was too weak red with to do pain my* .
,,\i! her confederate to emuggle. of Nance out steals.a letter Nance which escapes a- the sleeping Nance. "Out of the war- fire, spattering bullets around the know she's a nut And then straightto sY' in headaches my back were and frequent.sides and I .:"j.

: although shot, by swimming to dens arms and straight' into yours. swimming girl and into the boat. Lanny for medical attention .,':,,..... could neither eat nor sleep ; .,

'. a epeed-boat manned by friends, and You guessed she'd call on Lanny, eh. The men in the boat did not hesitate straight to the one human being she 120 pounds. I and took my Dr.weight Pierce's went Favorite downto 9.J
goes to I>ann:>'s apartment. Lanny Dan, you're an old fox. but came on through the hall of knew she could trust-no, I'll not send Prescription as a tonic and was soon in the =-'
tells Chief! McNamara, who orders her j
best of health. AH drugKists.
; to bring Nance to his apartment. "No, Doc,I'm not. A fox has brains." bullets ; the escaping prisoner had In her back. And I don't particularlywant Write Dr. Pierce's Clinic Buffalo N. Y. ':

1 ,"He's a lamb, Stevie, just a big ram the meanwhile either sunk or dived ; to catch her friends either. I'll for free medical advice.
lamb." at any rate a widening tinge of red appeared say they're friends Wish I had a ,.i
;: CHAPTER IV-Continued While Lanny was assisting Doctor on the water. She was down couple of friends that'd come on It Seldom Does '

j: s -9-' Burt In dressing Nance Belden's about thirty seconds, then her' head I through machine-gun fire for me! I The restless don't want love to :'j

"Those cops at your house will stick. wound, Dan McNamara sat in his plain emerged,close to the boat, and she swam had thought,the world was selfish and run too smoothly. f

around, Lanny, and when you return little living room and read the story of with one arm to the side of it ; a man I cruel and thieving and lying-but

,: they'll want to know where you've her escape from San Quentin. It appeared reached over and grasped her under there's nobility left In it after all."

'\,:''-", been. What are you going. to tell that throughout all of Sunday both arms and jerked her Into the boat, Stephen Burt came out of the bed- Help Kidneys ;
j'' them" which'instantly turned, put on full room and sat down and stared at the
" /.'; speed and raced away close past two with If poorly functioning Kidneys and w
chief interest.
"Tell them nothing. Let those two of police grave Bladder make you Buffer from Gettme '
5 ..:.' cops sit in their car in front of my V other boats. Fearful of killing Innocent "Well, my good Javert," he said presently Up Nights. Nervousness. Rheumatic ..

,; house all night and watch it. What do people, the guard in the watch. 9 Pains Itching, Stiffness.or Acidity Burning.try the guaranteed Smarting. ,:

'. I ,care? At least they'll keep burglars tower held his fire until the escaping "Your good what?" Doctor's Prescription CystezSisa-tez( )

uwa '. And when finally they do round boat was in the clear; then ,he and "I called you Javert. Don't you CySlGX. -Must back. Only fix 75/you at up druggists or money .

'I .'., me up: and waltz me down to central the guard In another tower ,came into know who Javert was?" ,.:ra

: station to be questioned, ypu'll do the action again. .But_ ,a target moving Dan McNamara shook his head. "I r ;

; questioning, will, you not?". at a speed of forty-five miles an houris never picked him up, Doc.'.' Constipation? :

'. "Lanny," said Dan McNamara, "If not easily hit ; the fire was either "'You wouldn't He was a character'in '.
over or short and the boat did not 'Les Miserables,' a novel by Victor Rouge, creams and powders
you were ,a man and on the force I'd z only hide complexion blem '
make you a detective sergeant. You're stop. When it was out 'of' range, it Hugo. He was a fly-cop In Paris, and ishes. They don't get at one d '.

: a bear.cat, that's what you are. But turned, and in the rapidly fading lightof he pursued an convict named Jean of its frequent auses-con- '

,. you smuggled that letter, out of San the winter day, headed up into San Valjean for twenty years, because he with stipation.Garfield Flush Tea the and bowels rid '
: t Quentin for Nance and turned it over Pablo bay, running close to. the south believed the man wits a crook. Oncea yourself of the wastes that .'
A ..1'"h shore: to avoid the chop of,the,waves In crook, always a crook, was Javert's often clog pores and resultin
to Sapphire Susie !
blotchy, erupted complexion. A week of this
this shallow .o'f water. Theyran
expanse And when he discoveredat
:.i "Indeed Well, let me tell you Dan philosophy "internal beauty treat'
McNamara that I'm without) lights.While l last he had the goods on Jean Val n" will astonish you.
i a respectable FREE SAMPLE
the course they had taken jean and It was his duty to arrest Wrlto to i Begin tonight.
woman and I never associate, if I know
6... would seem to indicate, desire to run that GARFIELD TEA CO. (A t your drug store)
T him he discovered simultaneously
,t 1 l'1 Brooklyn, N.Y.
'\ *it, with ladies known to the police by f 3-A
such names." fr up Carquinez straits to the Sacra- Jean Valjean was also a good and Dapt. J
mento the San Joaquin rivers land
or .noble man which proved extremely
; "Majbe didn't know It but you "
you ,
In automobileinto a
: and escape a waiting embarrassing to Javert."
gave Sapphire Susie a lift in jour car 25c 8.10cECZEMA
California warden
central the
," "I understand how that could be, all
: from the main gate'at San Quentin
t realized that his quarry was 'not lacking right, Doc. What did Javert do' then?"
down to Greenbrae. The guard remembers -
rw. ,in intelligence ; that, fast as they "He climbed up on the railing of a
seeing her hanging around fled they would' realize that the telephone "
bridge over the Seine, unpinned his
the main gate,. as if she was waiting ITCHI ING 4
is faster ; that the roar of their shield, threw it into the river antI
for somebody ; later she got, Into a .
motor must betray them a mile away '
jumped In after it" soothe
burning I
: ":'
I coupe with a middle-aged la yyho lie had therefore taken the -
: "He committed suicide In order to torment and promote heaps of
,' looked so respectable he took another .
of .
to notify the chiefs ,of police his man the breaks." ...
irritated skin tutth-
\: look at the pass she had just surrentlered Pittsburg, Martinez, Sausalito., Richmond "Exactly." .
to him and remembers that the
i Berkeley, Oakland and San "Well," Dan McNamara decided Resinol '
name on'.the pass was yours. The pass
I -- Francisco, leaving to these the task after pondering this a half minute, ;
entitled you to visit Nance Belden. of intermediate points." The ,
notifying "I wouldn't boob enough to do that.
"I. Never Picked Him Up, Doc. ;
Guards may ,not remember such incidents -
"n the fugitives
warden had
He should have made a stool pigeonout
until something happens. Then afternoon two men, In a motor boat, would double back to San Francisco- of" Jean Valjean and maybe he'dhave DON'T iaIEGLECT
l the "re fast on their feet, Lanny. had been anchored In the cove off San particularly since the girl was wounded gotten somewhere in his job."

"And" who, If you please, Is Sapphire Quentin apparently fishing for striped and must be hidden In order to receive Stephen smiled. He liked this YOUR KID EYS -=

t Susie? bass, which abound at this particular medical attention. heavy man, with the Celtic face as inscrutable
"She's' did a stretch at San Quentin point in San Francisco bay. There "And here she is," Dan McNamara as a Chinaman's. As a specialist I your kidneys are not working

for blackmail. She was discharged a were other boats anchored there also muttered. "Cripes, what a woman in mental diseases he knew the right and you suffer backache,

"t. ", week before you visited Nance, and be- -eIght in all. The guard at the entrance Lord, how I love a woman with brains part heredity plays In the formationof frequent dizziness,urination burning,,swollen scanty feet or and too

fore Susie left the Big Uouse, Nance to the women's quarters had observed and courage. Just a little simple matter character, and one did not have to ankles; feel lame, stiff, "all tiredout"
fixed it with her to lend a helping them until about four-thirty of taking pains and ''taking risks
p. look at the chief twice to know that he use Doan's Pills.
hand. Apparently Nance didn't want m., just before locking-up time a guardin She didn't go in to the dining ball for came of courageous ancestry. No Thousands rely upon Doan's.

',.,'. to confide the minute details of her one of the lookout towers on' the dinner with the other prisoners. Smart vague fears: or anxieties in this fellow, They are praised the country over.
A plan of escape to Susie. Susie's n lull had telephoned him that a boat Knew she couldn't make a "ast swimon Stephen thought Courageous men are Get Doan's Pills today. For sale by.
t.1' swell looker but a little bit dumb-she full Smart enough to all druggists.
JfIT had approached close to the shore. a stomach. I usually honest men ; even when they
,, levied blackmail through the mall, un- The guard had thereupon steppedout notice the warden's oversight in falling are not honest they are sufficiently

derstand, and signed her name, insteadof of his kiosk and around to the to fill In with barbed wire topping courageous to pay the price, no matter o's P IILLSBLACKMAN'and

hiring a smart shyster lawyer. So rear of it, which faced toward the that eighteen-Inch space at the top of how high, for the things they do with

a Nance decided to send her written instructions beach, less than thirty feet distant.He his gate. Of course they figured they their eyes open-to pay It cheerfullyand

out by you, and Susie agreed had shouted at the men In the boat needn't bother ,with that because no refrain thereafter from whimper

to pick you up, pinch the letter and and warned them to be off, that they woman could climb a sixteen-foot wire

,";.. deliver It." were not permitted to approach that mesh fence anyhow, 'and If she did! ing."So you're going to protect this girl, ,
"Dan, I assure you I wasn't In any close, 'that they were within the dead- she'd only drop down Into th? waitIng are you, Chief?"

'.' plot to effect a prison delivery. If I'd line. To this the men replied that arms of the guard, who Is never TO BE CONTINUED. STOCK POULTRY

;" thought for an Instant I was doing any they couldn't help it ; that their motor Medicines are Reliable .

: thing wrong-why, Nance told me to had gone dead and that the tide had

', read her letter and if I disapproved of set them In ; that they were trying to Blackman' Medical LICk

''',':' '' its contents to destroy it. I didn't see make repairs and would be ofT as soon Darwin's Theory Supported in Study of A-Brik -

';: any harm in that. as they could. White and Black Mice Living in the Sand o Blackman's Stock Powder
'1' "You violated the rules of the
: prison
: While the guard was In the rear of Blackman's Cow Tonic
V" and you could be punished for it by a his station, engaged in this conversation o
term in that same prison." I White mice and black, studied in a being better protected against the rav-I o Blackman's Char-Med-Sal -.,
Nance Belden had approachedthe
(for Hog)
natural desert laboratory in the Tula- ages of birds and beasts of prey,
"I'm a respectable j\oman- kicked off her shoes and Tablets
gate, I e Blackman's Poultry
,_' "That gets you nowhere I was a respectable digging her toes Into the quarter-Inch rosa basin In New Mexico, may give vived because mice with protective coloring .Pv.,1coHighest
evidence In of Darwin's theorycf lived and passed on their protective e Blackman's
; chief of police once-an< wire mesh of the sixteen-foot gate, had support
: the Tularosa, color characteristics. Similarly, QualitysAmteed or
natural On
I' : now look at me. If your part In this scrambled to the top with incredible selection. '
.:.::; : leaks out you can only be punished. rapidity. She was just climbing down basin, an arid sink 30 miles north of mice, with white, or partly white, coloring Satisfacti ."">ney back.

and you can't be convicted unless you the outside of the gate when the guardin El Paso, colonies of' white pocket mice survived and bred on the white ,-FROM YOUR DEALER

;- ".j( talk In your sleep. If my part In this the tower on the hill saw her and live on dunes of white gypsum sand.A sands, producing a white race, truly a oJ

should leak out I'll be punished and I Immediately telephoned to the guardat rifle shot away separated by alkali survival of the fittest"Introduced BLACKMAN MEDICINE CO.

y'' disgraced and thrown out of the best the main gate ; also to the guard desert, 'black pocket mice live on a STOCK
Ballet the
Job I've ever had. However-" he arguing with the men In the motorboat black lava formation. Dr. Seth Ben Skirt
raised his glass to her-"mud in you Upon hearing the telephone bell son says the protective coloration was Many years ago, Nasr-t"<>pera In o

-,"', ,, eye, Lanny. ringing In his station, that guard had the result of natural selection, and not shah of Persia, atten.d..p ted with the miLJ\IITD '0 vorkerrs.TVetalls: free, 50sureshot

"Happy days, Dan, you gorgeous walked back Into It ; at the same time, the effect of climate or diet 'on: the Paris and was spared his attendants and sparo money time making! plans C. one dime.

.,'.. softy." I keeping the kiosk between her and mice, as had been"pr.r generally sup- ballet that Jme'entire front row for BOX 1181, COLUMN". s. ..::

,', :\; The doorbell rang, Dan opened It and the approaching guard, Nance Belden posed. to pu :SrsT\'e harem. Disappointed, he s.3'iWNU7 :
':-' ', Doctor Burt stepped in. He paused In had dashed down to the beach and "The !lava flows and white sands In hj&rbome a supply of the costumes.

,, amazement at sight of Lanny, glass lu commence swimming rapidly toward the the basin are surrounded by stretchesof l l "fashion" from Paris spread W\STEDI: Ex,
hand ; she motioned him with It down motor-boat, the motor of which Instantly alkali desert," Benson says- coloration "*- rapidly and for fifty years the Indoor MAILING unnecessary SECRhTARI' S Pay v ekIY. pariperllIce

the hall. "First door at the end, started, and the boat com seems probable that a conr-1111 of dress of all Persian ladles was the advanced Contract details Oak SLLhnIrtN.1 IDc and t,
Stevie. You'll find your patient there." menced edging in to pick her up. has developed "s'l Dark short, fluffy ballet skirtCollier'sWeekly. tamp. S. Y:. qurae,1000
and Isolation.
"That girl with the dissociated per When the guard In tho kiosk, apprised natural selection .
;san a Uty, Nance Belden, escaped from of what was 'taking place, ran mice, living in the black background


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INTERPRETATION OF .nd J. E. Beardsley) were greatly en- AND OCCUPATIONS AND twenty-one years of age. upon its passage. ,
'. PROVIDING A PENALTY FOR SECTION VII. ,All laws of the Introduced and read in full January -
7th, 1935.F.
State of Florida now in effect or
_GIVEN BY LANDIS There vAs a good attendance at ORDINANCE. which may be hereafter enacted. D. DUFF.Commissioner.,

the meeting. The president reported .
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY regulating the sale or furnishing of .;}J
(Continued from page 1) that so far the association had met COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF intoxicating liquors, ..wines or beer, I J. A, MCGEEHEE, '
the'full millage of 51 mills. But e\rry requirement for standardization Commissioner.
on are hereby adopted as ordinances of
the order his valuationis the state Congress of'Parentand
new by
under SECTION I. Definitions. The the City of Clewiston, the same as .. City Clerk and Commis-
5000. He is exempt, let us say, Teachers; following words and terms, when if they were set forth verbatim herein -I *".., '' sioner.

from all of the tax levy excepting used in this ordinance, shall have ,, excepting that the penalties for No. '51-Jan; p-18-25, Feb. '1.

17 mills- which represents .bonds TUB COMMUNITY CHURCH the meaning as defined herein. violation thereof shall be as in this

and other items from:.: which. : he is / (a) The term "liquors" under Ordinance prescribed. .
frimlay, January 27, 1935 this Ordinance shall mean all spint- SECTION VIII. Any vio-I
not exempt.' _do little- more ., ous, vinous or malt liquors declaredto lating any of the provisions of this I.../NNNN.. .. .. ................N1N N.................................
"Now you can a :. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 .
be intoxicating by the laws of the

mills figuring on; $5,000 The; owner instead',must of '51 pay millson 17 RcD.. Jenkins: :Williams, Minister State 'of'' Florida, and | or any Ordinance the mayor's shall court upon be punished conviction by in a 1 1 I.;I*r; New and "u. se d.;+;

preparation mixture
.... '. or Composed r fine not exceeding $500.00 or by .t
$400. If. your figures came outright 930a.; ")i-.,_Sunday School Classes whole or in part of such liquors in imprisonment not exceeding thre.e
; I== ::
the taxes on $5,000 at'17 mills for all ages. tended for beverage purposes.b months, or by both such fine and i FURNITURE *

would be $85, or more than four 10:30 a. 'm. Junior- Church. ( ) The term "dealer" under imprisonment in the discretion of *:* v

times the tax on a $400 valuation this Ordance shall mean any person said court. v .v.
8-30 p. m. The Pioneers, Miss Locohart ;: firm association :
or corporation whr
figured at 51 mills. M!'. Supt. sells spiritous, vinous or malt li- SECTION IX. It is hereby de- I:!: BELLE GLADE ::;:
"Of course, if.the property: had clared that each section or any part
7:30 : Worship. quors.c
been listed in the past years at its : p. m. Evening ( ) The term "wholesale dealer" thereof, of this Ordinance is separate
full value and the millage kept down Subject "Gleaning. shall mean under this Ordinance a'' and independent, and if. any sectionor :s i: FURNITURE COMPANY ;

accordingly, this new amendment dealer who sells liquor for resale. any part of a section shall be v v

would not upset the kettle of beans, THE LEAGUE: OF DECENCY '(d) The term "retail dealer" held or declared unconstitutional, it' ? Belle Glade, Florida :!:
but under the circumstances it has -- shall mean under this Ordinance a shall not affect any other section or t
There were many who said that dealer who sells liquors to, the con I :!* Next Door To, Theatre :;:
the various, county assessorsr dping part of a section not so specificallyheld
couldn't be done, but a of sumer. :
a vigorous job of tearing their hair. t group and declared unconstitutional. :!; ::
Catholics, who believed that it could SECTION II. From and after SECTION X. This Ordinance .. H v .. r vv ..r v
Up to this time they do not seem to
started a crusade about a year ago the passage of this Ordinance it shall become effective immediately
}have: decided on just what they are
shall be unlawful for
to purify the movies. The results of any person,
to do." ,'' firm association . .
going ,
or tocarryon' .. ",.. '
1 11N
their efforts and the rapidity with H : : -:-:-:-; -n. N M N : **<
or engage in any of the
which the movement spread did businesses or occupations hereinafter .?.
more to promote ,the production of ,
OYSTER SUPPER; FEB. 2 specifically enumerated, within ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON v

.., 't ,: :.eleaI "pictures than anyone believed the corporate limits of the City of 1:
J. ..
possible. Clewiston without having first obtained .
The annual Oyster and Pie Sup-
The leading pictures of the sea- a license from the City of V
the Ladies Aid'Society, C. -STEBEL :: HOMELicensed 5
per, given by Clewiston as hereinafter provided.. : :
those which have drawn the !
son; -
of the Community Church wjl' be vi
SECTION III. That a license tax ..
and the box-
crowds -
school Saturday largest biggest Electrical Contracting :i: ,
held in the building on shall be collected from -
every person '
2nd' office receipts, are not the vile and I ;:. Funeral Directors :X
February from 5 to 8 firm, association or corporation PHONE 2121 : .*

o'clock according to plans of Mrs.F. unwholesome: pictures which were carrying ,on or engaging in any of ;.it; and Embalmers l "x
the rule and not the exception on the businesses or occupations hereinafter PAHOKEE, FLORIDA .f. "
M. Wright and Mrs. J. E.. ,
ley who are in charge of the, affair.A theatre: programs of a year ago. specifically enumerated. whichis :*.: Ambulance- ,' Service ?:!:
"Little Miss Marker "Lady For a hereby fixed at the respective: Agent for ; +
varied menu will be.,prepared .. .
"Little Women amounts set opposite each business GENERAL ELECTRIC.REFRIGERATORS .:
Day "Judge .
in form, and ; CLEWISTON, l PHONE 328 _
Including, oysters any or occupation hereunder, each of
Priest, "Treasure Island, "The
baked ham for those ,who prefer it. said amounts being the amount pay- .v 2PAHOIiEE
Barretts of Wimpole Street and ?
Vegetables,. salads and a choice of able asa license tax for carryingon .:.
"Anne of Green Gables to mention
several kinds of pie will be includedin or engaging in the business or ....-:.. I. v
Only a few that come easily to mind. occupation mentioned until the Is'' I
the supper. A charge of fifty.cents .
and ,were produced;: by movie companies day of October A. D. 1935, and of --,--- .- .----.-
for adults! twenty-five
cents for children under twelve will In"response to a public demand. The each follows succeeding, to-wit: year thereafter as ...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.....: :..:,,:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:.. ......: :..:..:..:..:.:..:H:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:+:M:N:",":.
demand found voice in the
be made. A Bingo game is planned! public

for recreation. following the supper. League of' Decency; originated Liquors-Retail, for each place Dealerin of. i
j ji
among the 20,000,000 members of business ..................:.....$250.00 jij Sugarland
the Catholic church and listing
IRS. POOLE HONORS MRS/ .: Liquors-Wholesale Dealer -
BOBBINS, MRS. BEARDSLEY among its' members thousands of in, for each place of .

'. Protestants and others who wishedto business ...._..................: $250.00
Mrs. Grover C. Poole 'entertained join .in the boycott against evil SECTION IV. On and after October I i :Service Station .1.

with 'a luncheon at her home oil toe and unwholesome films. 1st, 1935, all licenses hereun- .
der shall! be payable on or before the
government reservation Tuesday, Six months ago, Fr. Finnegan pre- ;
1st day of October of each year; pro- s ::
honoring Mrs. L. H. Robbins, of oaicd an editorial for the News .
vided that license shall be
Chicago, who is visiting, her daught which, presented the cause of the issued for any no fractional portion eve of :.;: Saes .:!.:
j CDS' e.rv i C.e .i.y
er,. Mrs. J. E. Beardsley. The day League of Decency' most ..forcibly. a year. : : ,.

was 1IrsBeardsley's: birthday and Since that time the. results of the SECTION V. No license shall be ::. :::

the presentation of a birthday cake movement 'have ,been. reflected on issued under this ordinance to any" .:. .i-.ii

and a shower of lovely gifts to her the screens of Florida theatres for association :;
person, firm, or corpor =i: COMPLETE AUTO/ REPAIR SERVICE :
was, .a surprise event, thousands of Florida's youth The
ation .to engagein any of the busi-
:Mrs. Poole also gave lovely hand-' state of tomorrow will be better because nesses or occupations named in Sec- .. .:-
kerchiefs to Mrs. Robbins and. to much' of the filth that formerly tion III of this Ordinance outside of :: Greasing -:- =: dI

Mrs. Ballard, an out-of-town guest. was presented most alluringly the business section of the City of .C
I Y. A trial will convince De- <
; that Repair
Following luncheon the"guests"''en- before their eyes has given way to Clewiston as planned and zoned as you our :k

joyed the afternoon at ,sewing,' other. clean, wholesome( pictures that area per general plan of Clewiston, accordIng ::: partment is among the best. : :::
recordedin ; .
to the plat thereof
handwork or bridge. stimulus to clean, wholesome liv- A

The guests were Mrs. Robbins; ing. .... Plat, Book of the 2,public pages 7 records to 14 inclusive of- *: Glenn Etherton' Prop. :::

Mrs. Beardsley Mrs. Ballard, Mrs. Incidentally, the success of the

Wilfred Lockhart; Mrs. D. J. Williams League for Decency should be a lesson Hendry SECTION County VI., Florida.It shall be unlawful ::j;: Sugarland> Highway : Clewiston ;::_;:

Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Mrs. ,F. M. in methods to, moral reformers.The to sell any spiritous vinous or I .f. ..21.

Wright, Mrs. A. V. Southardand. passing r of laws does not reform malt liquors to any person under I ...:.N.ti.N.N....N.N.N.NIM. .N.N.N.N.N.V.ON.N011,1. .H.1:N....N..N.N.N...N.1i.N.:.N..N. --N1i. ..:. N.IN. .N.N.N.M..N..N... .N...

Mrs. I. M. Pafford; human :'nature,-; no prohibitive, legislation ----.------ ---- ----- : : :--:- =::
I. i could as effictively have I

GARDEN CLUB DISCUSSES brought about 'such a change in the I. .".

ITS PLAYGROUND PLANS type .of movies: produced as did the 1-::: J: :::

concerted efforts of those who believed :i. .... I .FO R SALE :: .:. .:-
Members of the Clewiston Garden .i. .t. .
that was a demand for .. ..
Club, meeting at the home of \Mrs., ; .. .:. .t. ....
clean movies, and that the to :

E.endorsed WDigges\ plans )made yesterday by their afternoon; president have clean movies was to stipulate way =;i=; s:i;: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment =;: :i:

ublic opinion to voice its demand. : ... .:. .:.
Mrs. E. ,L. .Stewart to partici- ..- ..f..
Other reforms, if they are genu- ..i.. ..
pate in the proposed recreational 1 : {. .!.
.. ::
; '..ie > and abld.ng> must be brought .. ...
center. *.
I' n .i.
bout in like;: Thaannrr.. : 12
The Garden Club will.. landscape ? x

the entire plot ,and will ., Vv..
provide :: .
} +
.. :
children's. playground equipment. Gov., Sholtz .is Spending : : ..

Mrs. W.: F. Simpson was named Vy.. .v:. .:.

chairman of the ;Week in ,WashingtonTullihasce .. .. v ...
landscaping. com- .;;. ; ::: ..'
.. .
mittee.A : .. .:. f .t. ...
.f. '
.f. '
potted amaryllis ,was presented .. .. .t. .f. 't,.
_. .
Jan. 24: (FNS- .. .. .. .. ..
by the president to-Mrs. G.:'B. Rack- vA I
Co'erl1or'Daye Sholtz is spending X
straw, winner of the best decorated v
this week in Washington officia1 ?
on :: V ?
outdoor Christmas tree contest. .0. ..
.... ..
business. One of his main objects is .
The program included, selectionon :: 4 ..t..f.
secure : ::
to federal
funds for state
; a :
"Florida .
Gardens" Mrs .f.
read )by 1
: ..
G. B. .Rackstraw. < building program believed to ap- X 1I :
-'r.l' ; ;.X
?oximate: '.510,000,000.This sumwould A idi4
Among those present- were' LMr.s finance A V
an expansion program V
Stewart Mrs. Rackstraw, Mrs. R. 'Y.
designed to meet the needs of the J.
Patterson, Mrs. W. C. Owen, :Mrs. state/Yor :!.

G. C. Poole. Mrs. "'JF: .,, Simpson the next ten years. ?

Mrs, J. F.. McLure, Mrs: F. D. Duff,
It Itij
w McDonald
and Mrs. 0 V

Schiffn, and,.Mrs... .V. A.: Allen, vis- TO. WHOM IT MAY CONCERN .V.
itors. \ : THE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE : I .. 't.

-.... !: WAS ADOPTED BY i Y



E tivet'at-.. 103B, AND THE SAME WILLUK ? Y x ?
af't '- "'r Teachers Assoeiatfcnl ) BROUGHT FOR FINAL .vv. .t. : .V.
ernoon ""'1' PASSAGE" AT THE: NEXT V X
W': C. P'I, Ob-bUlldmg Friday KEGUL/VR/ : MEETING- OF SAID .t. I .:. .:.

The program for tesldent, "MlS, : COMMISSION OX FEBRUARY : I .

chairr. .
le 4th
was on the topic : .. .v. :
"Making .. .
goon BILL NO. .. .:. i.i ::: ;
of Resources," and was prepared NO. 22. ..:. .:. ___ _:_ .- --- ._--__..:_...-.________:__" ..t.. '

"Miss Miss Mae Draw. A beading fro'111.1 \AN ORDINANCE TO LI- .:i. .p Pay The Balance I Like Rent .t.t .t.
Minerva *
and ::
William :Green' IwyNS.CERTAIN. PRIVILCU :;: ::
Hill" .: .. .
was given by Carlton > '\!! (NESSES AND OC- ..
Prevail .
and was followed by a :delightful 1 AND EXGA>,.'CARRIED ON HOMES' ::: .+.

song. by ,Jerry and Jackie .'R yan. A THE: CITY LIMllJN WITHIN :;: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME :: :

talk on "Conservation IRTO CLE\\'
of Resouicos" FLORIDA -

was given by Mrs.: A. V. Southard THE AMOUNT. OF L1CE5IXTAXES Home =

Mrs. W. C. Owen spoke on ""Ways of : AND PROVIDING FOR l !ding Association !

Conserving- Time and Property' in THE AYIENT THEREOF \\jtlclewisto j ..

the Home". 'Solos by Robert Smith 1WILEGCS AM TO REGULATE SAIl :j PHONE



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