The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00520
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: March 29, 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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Water DiveR.
Play ProgressesF. By Shallow FT. MYERS LEAGUEIN


D. Duff entered the finals of M. Clewis, ,Jr., who narrowly
OF BOARD the handicap tourney at the golf IN FT. MYERS escaped serious injury Monday night DIAMOND BALL ,
REQUEST club this week in a series of wins. when ho dived into shallow water In

Completing his match with Jack the Y. M. C. A. swimming pool, was
The Clewiston All-Stars took two ":.
Barrett, which went to 27 holes, Clewiston Kiwanians and their ladies reported yesterday as being consid-
Representative E. L. Stewart and straight from teams In the Fort My-
Duff was winner 1 up, and progressed will journey to Fort Myers next erably improved. I
State Senator Arthur Gomez were to win from A. L.. Hackett, 7 and Wednesday evening to participate in According to friends, Clewis, not ers league to go into undisputedfirst

this /week provided with copies of 6. the annual Inter-Club meeting to be noticing that all but about a foot of place position in the league

a ,resolution adopted by the Hendry In the semi-finals of the lower held in that city for clubs of Fort water had been drawn from the pool, standing. The local (club has lost

board of county commissioners bracket, Mr. Duff won from L. H.' Myers, Clewiston, Arcadia and Punta dived in from a height of eight feet. only one game in the league, losing
Nash 4 and 3. Mrs. W. M. Redel- Gorda. that in the first game at Ft. Myers.
His fall was broken to .some .extent -
, requesting that, in, event no gen- sheimer defeated K. Bowden 1
., up Each of the participating clubs by the water and by his arms Tuesday night Clewiston tangled
eral provision is made by the legislature and will meet Dr. W. J. White sun-I will provide some form of entertain- hitting the bottom of the pool and with the Ford team in Ft. Myers and

for adequate funds for day afternoon in the ment for the meeting and a delightful .the, only Injuries consisted of cuts took the game In a walk away' by a
the upper bracket. evening Is anticipated. Clewis- 12-2 score. Scoring in practically every -
.; schools to all counties of the state, and bruises on the nose and lips
:"'::" that a local bill be introduced providing Interest in the outcome, of the ton's contribution will be an address and several broken teeth.Tampa inning the home boys were never
5 allotted tournament is increasing. with the by former Mayor J. J. Thomas of .1 behind.
/ ;, ;, that the race track funds I Tribune.
to Hendry county be divided 'I' advance of play. :The finals will Columbus, Ohio. Mayor Thomas is \ Thursday night at the local field :':

E, !. equally between county expense and I probably be played next week: vacationing at Miami, and upon sug- K. C. Woodward Is Bartley., then tied for leadershipwith
gestion of his friend, Dr: D. J. Williams the local ten, played the home
school expens
:', The action of the board was takenat Percy Leaving SundayFor the local Kiwanis club arranged New ScoutmasterK. boys on their own lot, in a game
in hopesof for him to visit Clewiston as that was crucial for both teams as
the February meeting
reaching once and for all an ami- Puerto RicoJ. guest speaker at a club meeting. the winner of the game would take
distribution of Since the date chosen for his visit flrse place in the league standing.
cable agreement for C. Woodard was installed as
here coincides with the Inter-Club Bartley jumped into a one run
the race track funds, which are bylaw Scoutmaster of the Clewiston troopof
assigned to the counties for the P. Percy, assistant superintendent meeting, arrangements, have been Boy Scouts of America at the lead in the first Inning when with "
( a of the commissioners. of the sugar house of the United completed for him to accompany the two outs the local infield momen-
use county Troop meeting held Tuesday eveningin
,"J The letter conveying. the resolu- States Corporation here, will leave local club to Fort Myers. His topic the Little Scout House. H. O. tarily went to pieces to allow: three
will be the humorous side of errors to tally run for the visit-
city one
tion follows: Sunday for Miami to go by plane of Kight, Executive Scoutmaster of 'the / .:
Hon. Arthur Gomez, Senator, the Pan American airways to Puerto government.. Royal Palm Council, conducted the ors. Clewiston had a chance to tie
.t: Hon. Elbert L. Stewart, Representa- The Fort Myers meeting will beheld impressive installation ceremony in I the score in their half but Mitts,
: .1. tive. Rico. Mr. Percy has been offered the 'at the ,Elks Club, and will take I firstbaseman for the visitors made a
the presence of the Scouts and a
; i., Gentlemen: position of chief engineer of the the place of a regular meeting' of number of parents' and friends.Mr. one handed catch of Dosh's line
the local club. 'I drive to end the inning before the
the of the Aguirre Sugar Central
!ff At regular meeting company I Woodard, who succeeds Ar-
Board of County Commissioners held Aguirre, Puerto Rico, a town located thur' King, will enter upon his duties locals could score. Clewiston came

; in February, the following motion about 65 miles from ''San Juan, the April 1st Last Day to as leader. of the boys at once, back in the second to score three
runs and take a lead that they never -
j:{r.;, was passed: capital of the island. and is now preparing the Scouts for '
, I / Motion by Townsend, seconded by Mrs Percy and their two lovely File Intangible Tax competitive tests, which will be heldin gave up during the rest of the
, Two walks coupled with two
. IC:.' O'Bannon, called and carried that daughters, Eleanor and Diane, will July, to determine the Scout to game.
!" Senator Arthur Gomez and Representative remain in Clewiston until about the represent the Clewiston troop at the hits and an error did the damage.

, j'' Elbert L. Stewart are requested first. of June, as the home the Percysare Attention'is called to all residentsof Jamboree in Washington. Thirty Another run was scored in the third
to pass through the next to occupy in Puerto Rico will Florida In Hendry County that thousand Scouts, one from each one in the fifth and two in the sev-

legislature. the State of Florida, a not be. available to them until then. April 1st is the last day under the troop, In the United States and hun- enth to give the locals a 7-2 win.
The last off Dosh in the
bill distributing the fund known as Mr. Percy has been exceedingly law for filing Intangible Tax Re- dreds from other countries jvlll par- run came
the "Race Track Fund" accruing to well-liked among Clewiston residents turns with Tax Assessor Hurd L. ticipate In the Jamboree.The ninth when two singles, coupled

Hendry County on a 50-50' basis,- who will regret to ,see the I Reeves, local Boy Scout troop is spon- with two outs brought Bartley a,

50 per cent to the County Commissioners family leave the States, but will be All owners of stocks, bonds, notes, sored by the American Legion and run.
and 50 per cent to the delighted at his mare responsible mOI'tgagescontracts, Judgments, the Scout cdmmlttee of the Legion Clewiston gained seven runs with
Board of Public Instruction of Hendry position there.Bureau accounts receivable, cash or money Post was present at the installation eight hits off Hall while Dosh was

county, said funds to be paid direct subject to demand, etc., who are ceremonies Tuesday. limiting the visitors to two runs and.
to the respective boardsby residents of the State of Florida, four hits Several spectacular plays
the Comptroller of the State of Gives FiguresFor must make a return to the Assessor were made during the game, two by"Rabbit"
Rep. Stewart Leaves when he made two
Florida, and that. it is the under- of Taxes In the ,county where__they
standing of this board that this bill February Gasoline I reside or maintain a principal place Today for Capitol jumping catches of line drives Into
will not be passed by the legislature of business. short center.
providing a sufficient fund to take During the month of February, The residence of Intangible Pro- Next week the local club will

l' care of the needs of the schools is Hendry county users consumed 80- perty follows that of its owner. Flor- Representative and Mrs. Elbert L. journey to Ft. Myers to play its reg-
.; raised by the Legislature through 928 gallons of gasoline. Kerosene ida residents ,who have securities or Stewart leaving Clewiston this ular game in that city and the strong
are will the to the
other sources; and further; that a used in the county during the same bank ccoun'ts held in other states Ford team make trip
morning f6r Tallahassee to, be on local diamond next Thursday.
copy of this resolution be mailed to period amounted to 12,185 gallons. must report them in Florida regard-
Hon., Arthur Gomez and Hon, Elbert The total gallonage for the state less of where they are located. hand at the opening of the 1935 ses-

'L. Stewart, ,State Senator and Rep- for February was 23,502,912 gallonsof This: applies to individuals, corpor- sion of the legislature on Tuesday. MR. AND MRS. R. H. COLLINS
'resentative. gasoline and 3,063,614, gallons of ations, firms, trustees, executors, .Most of the representatives expectto ARE HOSTS
Yours very truly, kerosene. The figures do not include administrators, receivers and all
arrive in the capita over the Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Collins entertained ,
WILLIAM T. HULL, 357,825 gallons of gasoline and 39- other fiduciaries owning or havingthe ,
week-end for the held with delightful dinner partyon
caucus just a
Clerk.' 079 gallons: of kerosene sold to !Y. control, management or custodyof '
:Government; : prior to the opening of the sessionat Tuesday evening at their homeon
S. Agencies free of tax. Intangible Personal Property.The .
Mrs. 'R, H. Collins is spending Fri- The figures are compiled and released Federal Government makes which the speaker for the house the government reservation hon-

day in Palm Beach as guest of Mrs.C. by the Inspection Bureau of available to the State of Florida cer- is nominated is a most important oring Mr. and Mrs. Ted Daniels of

C. Chillingworth. Mrs. Chilling- the Department of Agriculture.C. tain Income Tax reports to aid in meeting.Mrs. Lake Harbor.
Stewart will accompany, her The guests included Mr. and Mrs
worth is entertaining at luncheonfor
the enforcement of the State Intangible -
husband and remain for week Daniels Mr. and Mrs. James
a 'or Ted ,
the past, presidents of the Dade L. Downs returned Tuesday Tax Law.
two after which she to Bruce, Mr., 'and Mrs. R. N. Boswe.ll,
expects return -
County Auxiliary and the Palm from a ten days visit with his aunt, The penalty for failure to comply
to their home here. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Royal.
Beach Auxiliary of the American Mrs. Ida Spreckel, In Henderson- with the law Is $500 fine, six monthsin

Legion. I ville North Carolina. jail or both (Sec. 21, Intangible

Act of 1931).
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Too Classify B\USSELL'KAY II

Florida Legislators Facing Many Sidney Hoover Is I

Problems Speaker at Kiwanis these The had fixed a lot of
During 1935: Session One thing about women up
I boys up around the Suwannee Riv-l I r swell victuals and they, had a coupleof

I Sidney Hoover was guest speaker er, they don't,, permit either business' colored boys along to fry the fish
f- .tC By Howard W. Hartley, Staff comes speaker. at the Kiwanis Club Wednesday ; or politics to interefere with their] and I'm here to tell you that they
..''l1I' respondent, F. N. S. cor-I There are so many major issueson evening, lecturing on ancient civili- fishin' and while they all work hard I sure knew their stuff. I've sunk mv

\J ---.- I this year's legislative
Tallahassee, Fla., March 28- is difficult to select! the most out- portions of Central America as revealed pers, they still find time to play oc- that fish dinner we had about fif-
(FNS).Facing the most formidable standing. The problem of providing by explorations. of archaeol- 'casionally, and they're more neigh- teen miles out in the gulf was just
array of' problems ever to con- revenue to replace losses sustained ogists. borly than any group In the state. about the swellest feed I ever en-

front a Florida legislature, the through the adoption of the home- Mr. Hoover, ;while at Tulane unlverFlty. Last Saturday at the' invitation of countered.It .
state's lawmakers began convergingon stead exemption amendment Is pos was a student of archaeology "little" Roy Child, I journeyed, to was beautiful. Old' Mother Na-

Tallahassee this week to partici- sibly the most vexing of the lot., and was awarded a gold medal Cedar Keys to join his gang on an ture dished up perfect weather-
pate in the series of pre-session con- This big job naturally rings up the for his work in that subject. He was old fashioned deep sea fishin' trip plenty of warm sunshine temperedwith

ferences, dealing chiefly with mat- question of the general sales tax-a also chosen to go on an expedition and I mean it was some party.If a delightful cool breeze and
ters of organization.Most revenue raising method that has of archaeologists to Central America :you've never been to Cedar !1 l just enough roll to the Gulf to make

of the, talk here today con- been rejected by many previous, leg- but was unable to make the trip. Keys you've missed a lot. While It i:| you realize you were on a boat.
cerns the outcome of the race for islatures but seems to have a bet- He has received many souvenirs and may not have as many stop streets I I] Tate Powell, publisher of the Mc-

;... Speaker of the House Represent( ter chance of getting majorities this pictures from the expedition, how- and traffic cops as some towns, It Clenny Press, proved to be the ace
atives, a position held two years ago year. Citrus growers are anxious ever, and displayed them to an Interested has got a lot of kindly, friendly 'fisherman and when a kingfish or
by Peter Tomasello, of ,Okeechobee, about Governor Sholtz's program audience Wednesday even- folks who greet you with a hand- some other finny monster got messed -
who did not seek re-election. Two for the rehabilitation of their indus- shake and a smile and just naturally'' up with his line, it was just too

names figure in the speakershln con- try and the legislature'also must do ing.Mr.. Hoover is an engineer, ,attached make you feel like you belong there bad for Mr. Fish.
test-Rep. MacChristie, of Duval, something about providing funds to to the U. S. Engineer office here and they're glad to have you. I I I Roy Child had a hard time findin'

and Rep: W. P. Bishop, of Jefferson. match federal emergency relief appropriations -I and his address to the Kiwanis club His Honor, the Mayor, 'was my a seat 'till three fellows got up and
Supporters of both aspirants seem with the bitter alterna- was one of the most interesting of idea of a regular host. Instead of went to the front of the boat and
confident of victory although the I tive of no further money from the the year. meetiu' us in a top hat and cuta- he took their place. Leslie George
contest appears to be too close for government at Washington.Then I way coat with a police escort and from Perry was the life .of the party f
conservative predicting. Over in the the beleagured legislatorswill MR. AND :MRS. G. A. YON ARE the traditional "trick" key to the as usual and Clayton Codringtonwas

Senate; the presidency will go to be asked to provide a stable HOSTS AT :BUFFET! SUPPER city, he was standin' there in a pairof runnin' 'round in a polo short
Senator W. C. Hodges, of Tallahassee source of income for the public overalls and a broadbrimmedstraw 4ookin' for a bang-tailed sea-horse.
nominee of the holdover mem- schools and the solution of this problem Mr. and Mrs. George A. Yon en- bonnet that would have!' look- There were two preachers on
bers of the caucus held at the close doubtless will figure prominently tertained at their South Bay home ed fine on Poncho Villa. board but that didn't seem to cramp
of the last session. I in the consideration of tho with a buffet supper Saturday even- We were led down to the dock anybody's style. Anyhow, Vause
Rival workers in the MacChristie sales tax. The new liquor industryis where they had a big sea-goin' hack from Willingston managed to get me
and Bishop camps have established hammering at Tallahassee's gates Ing.The guests included Mr. and Mrs. that comfortably, accommodated all in a corner and tell me another one

"campaign" headquarters here and for legislation to replace the present C. E. Miner, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. of us-men, women and children. about Mae West and the Judge always -
the personnel of the standing committees Davis Package Act with legislative Yenawine; Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rack- That's another thing about these knew where the beer' was hid-
of the house depends, naturally opinion sharply divided on what straw, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. VonMachand Suwannee River boys, they take the den and would produce a bottlo

upon which representative be- I (Continued on Page 8) Mr. and Mrs., G. H. Small whole family along on their parties. (Continued on Page 8)r


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MAN NOT ALWAYS tion that domestication Is not the TO KEEP GLORYOF SAD ,COMMENT "

province of cruel and fear-engender-

,HELD ENEMY BY Ing men. Domestication came aboutIn BRISBANE I GRECIAN ART Sally, aged five while helping

WILD' CREATURESThere zones of peace and was accom mother with the dishes remarked, ,'

pllshed by peaceful men through ''mother, I don't believe Dorothy's ", ,
methods. The coming together \ father is, a married man."
was once a time of universal kindly Steps for Preservation of the
circumstances Mother, much, surprised, asked '
friendship, or at least mutual of such fortuitous r
tolerance, between man and the animals an animals suited for domesticationand Acropolis.Warned why she thought that, and Sally,
Pleasant News replied, "Well, I don't think he looks
declares Dr Walter Hou li, men of the peaceful, patient ,
curator of anthropology of the type undoubtedly was found in Asia Air Fleet Controls by a large landslide that tired enough.-The Parents' Mag-'
the walls of the Acropolis are weak- azine. in I
sItua- where domestic animals origi l. Max
Smithsonian Institution. This our Nordic Max, Jewish
ening, modern Athens is planning to
tion Is contrary to the theory that In nated. Gen. Dawes Sees JoyIt reinforce with new buttresses the

the early days: there was mutual antagonism is pleasant to read a Washington north and east walls of this ruin ,.
between man and the lower Horns Still Survives
dispatch saying that the governmentwill crowned plateau .which dominatesthe
creatures, causing a "tooth andlaw' In' its first enthusiasm over the
establish a
city. J'
relationship. Machine age, the world prepared 'to R
<: great airport In Ha- It will be aeons before
'horse. But horseflesh more
"There are still remnants of this say farewell to the
wall near Fort weather fissures can 'destroy this
original 'Eden' In Isolated parts of remains as hardy as ever and
oblivion. K a m e h aineha, time-defying ,collection 'of ruln
the 'world," states Doctor Hough refuses to be shoved Info
I named for the lastk which 'has survived the attacks of
who has been tracing the method by One of the predictions was the disappearance -
i of Hawaii.
which man domesticated animals.The ,of the war horse, In favor r.g barbarians, gunpowder and lightning,
and The idea Is to according to the National Geographic
Or'111otOI' trucks tanks
trail of most,of the domesticated cars
animals leads back to central Asia. motorized artillery batteries. Motorized keep enough bombing society
planes there, to Although greatly changed from
There, Doctor Hough believes, early .. artillery was given a thorough
man had a temperament especially test J by the United States army, and take care of unwel-, the once magnificent temples with

' adapted t<5 inspire friendship and the verdict was that the horse could come flyers or surface delicately colored friezes above glis- ONLY
his ships arriving tening columns, the remaining edifices -
, confidence among his fellow crea never be entirely displaced, for you grow
tures'. superiority in rough country and from Asia. on the Acropolis still awe the

over muddy roads was clear. The beholder into contemplation of the
i' 'in countries Doctor what plantJlLLthesUDshinegoodsoil
; "Observers new '
., It will be more
has announcedIts days when this plateau was'coveredwith
Hough says, "have recorded with War department- now <,,;' < .,:,:
plans for mechanization, and the pleasant to read, as the most'beauUful art of Greek
surprise the lack of fear by animals. ''**'.
There still remain in remote horse gets ample recognition: Effective Arthur Drl-bnnr' you 'may do later antiquity. *- ,
where animals December 1, 41 artillery units that ,, the ,government The Acropolis of Athens looms fertilizer and cultivation in
parts zones peace, will be motorized, but 33: horse- plans to estnblish p'<5'\verfiil airbase beside the modern-city as a rugged
are unaccustomed to fear. One such the world won't help
island of Guam, which we poor
drawn batteries will be ,retained. on the limestone plateau, approximately
t: zone was found in Tibet by naturalists are free to fortify, now' that the Wash 1,000: by 500 feet. About '512 feet seeds produce big, tender,
of the British Mount Everest
; ', Historic Precedent ington conference agreements have above sea level, It Is an excellent flavorsome vegetables. The
r'( expedition. Another Instance
been repudiated and our silly pledgenot From it look
vantage point. one can
,:> was called to my attention by a "Xero fiddled 'while Home burned I quality must be in the seed.
: ; to fortify Guam is wiped out. across busy Athens' white houses,
Mr. Growcher. "But that's no
who observed said
member of our own staff, -
": vineyards and groves of figs and And that quality must h e inherited
'c the lack of fear among the excuse.
animals during his exploration of St. '"For what?" : Thanks to ,airplanes, the Greek rebellion olives to the encircling purple hills, from generations of

Lawrence Island, Alaska. "Our cook playing the piano while i Is crushed. The old Greek pa- scarred with white gashes of marble plants and seeds of "
parent '
Venizelos the revolt at quarries, and far beyond them to the
"The above leads to the generaliza- the turkey scorches. triot leading
( I the age of seventy-two, fled from his glittering blue Aegean sea. the same quality. Ferry's

home on the Island of Crete across the Partly girdled by strong walls, the Vegetable Seeds are pure

to'an Italian island for Acropolis afforded splendid protec-
Aegean sea ,
: refuge. tion to early Athenians fleeing from bred. They reproduce what

Ti retont Weeping, the old man vowed that he land Invaders and pirates. Two par- their parents and great

allel "long walls," built about 250
would never again set foot on Greek great grandparents so lavishly
soil. A rebel cruiser took Venizelos to yards apart and approximately: CO \

F.. the protection of the Italian: flag. feet high, insured communication at'all bequeathed them.

.. GROOND GRIP TIRBS Then, last of the fleet that had re- times with Piraeus, approximately -

belled, the cruiser Averoff surrenderedto six miles away, which then as

::.;< THAT 6OOOOOO P&aMm MED: FOR the government. now, was Athens' harbor and a

source'of food supply. In return for

>:. THEiR CARS, TRUCKS ,AND "ra&CTORSTO Max Schmeling. German heavyweight the protection of the Acropolis, ,

/ PULL THEM THROUGH MUD prize fighter, beat Mr. llamas with grateful Athenians erected on it I
temples and statues sacred to
: ease and says, "Now we get Baer." I
:' SAND OR BAD RoaDS OF ANY KIND Athena Polias, "guardian of the .
,j' Baer, you know, Is the world's heavy- "
< ,weight champion. The fact that he Is
You Between 445 B. C. and 431 B. C.
i' don't need chains, for these Ground Grip Tires a Jew, and not a blue-eyed Nordic, with the Acropolis was at the height of Says Cardui Soon Helped

I. ; will pull you through here chains would leave you stranded the back of his head as straight up Its grandeur. While a treaty held the "Mymother was such a believer:: i
and down as a board fence, is said to "
Tires restless Spartans at bay, the esthetic Cardui that she gave it to me, writes
in mud or sand. Firestone Ground Grip for motor cars, Mr. Hitler. ,
,s annoy Mrs. Sam Ferrara, of Hammond, La. ,
ruler, Pericles, commissioned, the
trucks and tractors give the farmer greatest economy ever It will Interest Hitler and ethers. A "I was suffering with my back and :
Phidias the
offered, and relief from being stranded on mud roads and in hard-hitting "Nordic" meets Max Baer, sanctuary sculptor to beautify side. I would get so dizzy I could !
tall Jew who while he hardly stand and then have a weak
soft,ground. a young. laughs The Acropolis in its full glory feeling in my back.' This made me I
fights. The meeting'wiiI settle noth-
,- must have been tremendously jmpressive. very nervous and I did not rest wellat
Why can Firestone give you these wonderful new 'tires ing. Racial suprem'acy does not depend One ascended to through night. I felt better after my first

s; with the wide tread that withstands this terrific pull and on the fist. But in New York a stately' marble gate-house, the bottle of Cardui. I took two bottles
city it ought to draw, crowd. gigantic, and felt a great deal better. It cer-
strain, and still does not destroy the cord body? Firestone and a "gate" of about one million, dollars Propylaea. There, within a short tainly is a fine medicine."
stood the sanctuary of
can do this because the body of this tire is built with compass Successfully used over fifty years. !
Artemis, and the delicate airylooking -
Thousands of women testify Car- "tJ'
Gum-Dipped cords. Underneath, the tread, the patented temple of, Athena 'Victory. The dui benefited them. If it does not I I

construction feature of two extra layers of Gum-Dipped General Dawes, once Vice President, Erechtheum, with the roof of its benefit YOU, consult a physician.FREE !

always busy, now visiting General, porch supported lightly on the erect I
High Stretch cords gives extra adhesion of the tread'to the II
Pershing at Tucson. Ariz., says""America'
heads of marble dancing ,girls, was
cord body, enabling Firestone Tires to hold on this heavy, Is on the verge ,of real eco not completed until later. I II

', tough, scientifically designed tread. This tire cleans itself nomic recovery. Its natural force, and Crowning the'summit of the Acrop- I

. t:, on any kind of clay or soft ground, and the tread projections human nature are definitely workingfor olis loomed the Parthenon, with sev-
.' recovery, and in May of this year, enteen strong, simple columns on
'': have been so placed that they are always in contact with the
:, positively not later than July, the nation each side, eight at each end. To

,{', road, doing away with any bumping. will know the depression is over." view its, lonely ruins drenched In

Well, It Is a pleasure to have somebody moonlight la to realize why it has
4 You cannot afford to be without these tires on trucks ,
your at least say so, even though they been considered the "most majesticof

and passenger cars. If your tractor is not equipped with may have to say It over and over year man's architectural achievements."

after year. YOURSELF From Family SQuab-
tires, see your bles over money matters. Send for my
'!; Catty unique 60-50 plan. It never falls. Send $Ito
: nearest Firestone Service P. O. BOX 861, BRIDGEPORT CONN.
The California assembly votes 5S to "Her husband was a judge, wasn'the
Store tire dealer or SCIENTIFICALLY 17 in favor of the Townsend plan. The ?"

implement dealer and state senate, however, revolted and defeated AGENTS sell Aspirin,Razor Elades.Iodine,
: DESIGNED "Everybody ,thought so until he Combs assorted boxes soap extracts, rub-
t learnhoweasyitistomakeE' FOR the resolution calling on con married her."-Answers Magazine ber goods auto accessories; prices lowfree
list. National Supply Co.. Richmond
the changeover. Get our SELF CLEANING gress'to enact the old age pension bill. I
It is not possible for the United Statesto
prices on a full line of tires WILL NOT CLOG pay twenty-four thousand million '
r'' Scientists Find Fast
and auto supplies. WITH MUD OR dollars every year, the total cost of Way :.

CLAY giving $200 per month. to every man ,

I Tiresone I.r I. past It does sixty.not cost the assemblyman to Relieve a Cold >' ;':;:>'::":" .'

anything to vote for the impossible, '

and it makes him feel politically safe. Ache and v
COURIER GROUND < I Discomfort Eased Almost<*Instantly Now

H. G. Wells is In America to write
F; about the :New Deal. He / will find -
$433t I iO2 some good applicable descriptive copyin

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SYNOPSIS tickets and she got back the rings. 1 wnen he appears to be doing a good straight telegram to police headquarters when one gains the habit of workS.

\ don't know just how." job, would you Susie? But I give you in New York, requesting that the A. Bolton. t

Theodore Gatllh adopts a baby, "Pe- "When He was relieved. my word, Susie, that If you run straightin passenger list of the He de France be
nelope" In an effort to solve his matrimonial "A week ago tomorrow." this city I'll see to It that you're not ,checked to SPP whether Nance Beldenor

troubles. But his wife has "And you say Detective Sergeant harassed. Of course you helped Nance Penelope Gatlin had taken pass

never, wanted her, and their affairs baseball end Flynn has been giving you a bad half Belden to escape from San Quentin, age on her. Four hours later 'ie received -
In the divorce court. a
game a ball' strikes ten->ear-old Pe- hour?" and 1 know it, but I can't prove it ; IfI a reply to the effect that Nance WHEN YOU
nelope on the nose. Mrs. Gatlin spiritsthe "Yes, he has." I could I'd put you In the birdcage this Belden was not aboard but that Penel- TAKEl
child to Europe. Gatlin wills Penelope "Well, that's his business. Nance minute. And I'll not put Flynn off the ope Gatlln was. l

begin a all search his money for her, and when is about a motor to Belden escaped from San Quentin and case, although if he gets 'too rough I'll "Nothing is lost If you know whereIt A LAXATIVE :

accident ends his life. Some ten years naturally he's Interested in apprehendIng stop him." Is," McNamara decided happily, and
"' ,later, In San Francisco Stephen' Burl her. You were recognized by the "He's got me scared to death," Sap- sent a cable to the prefect of police J I

rising young psychiatrist Is presentedby guard at the main gate two weeks before phire Susie declared, and commencedto at Havre, requesting him to pick up ',
Dan McNamara, chief of police,' witha
new patient-Nance Belden, a girl Nance escaped. Miss Lanning, a weep a little ; whereat McNamara Penelope Gatlin on her arrival at that use a spoon

i : with a dual personality, for which her friend of the Belden girl, had visited realized she had been really frightened.She port, shadow her and report by cable] ,
I "saddle nose" Is In part responsible. the prisoner that day, and since Miss shook his hand warmly, 'thankedhim collect, the girl's destination, the names It isn't what brand of laxative you
McNamara does not think she Is a Lanning was the only visitor Nance and departed.For and addresses of those who should take that's so important-it's the j
criminal! and obtains Bun's testimony form. A liquid laxative can be taken ,
Belden had In San Quentin, naturally several minutes McNamara sat
her and
meet other Information
t', in court. Lanny, the doctor's office any f in required amount. If only a '
' ). nurse, is also won over. Nance's criminal she was suspected of carrying a letter ,1 thinking, a smile, faintly tender illuminating that would aid In keeping track of the little any is needed, you need never take ,
record outweighs Doctor Burl's for delivery to the men who helped his rugged countenance. So a bit too much. I

!', explanation to San Quentin of her penitentiary case and she Is Nance sent Nance escape. You rode down to Lanny had kissed Sapphire Susie and ,girl.The following das McNamara sent Doctors favor the easily measured

escapes, although shot, and goes to Greenbrae with Miss Lanning, and she given her a hundred dollars and begged for Detective-Sergeants Flynn and An- liquid laxatives. Instead of any form f'I
Lanny's apartment,. from which, by Mo slipped the letter to you 'of course. her to be a good girl In the future. Kelloti. As they ranged themselves that does not encourage variation f
Namara's orders, she is removed to the Flynn knows that. But why come to What a rare good sport Lanny was from the fixed dose. A fixed dose may I
more or less at attention in
front of
chief's home. From one of the men In be an overdose for you--or your
And how God had been
me with your tale of woe? good :'o all
the boat on' which the girl escaped Mc- his desk, the chlei leaned back In his child. ti i
_" 'J Namara learns that Nance's real name "I've run straight since getting out concerned In their pursuit of Nance chair and bent upon the pair a long, Always remember this one thing +
('r.' Is Penelope Gatlin. He also discovers of the! pen. I served my time and I Flynn and Angelloti had followed sucha severe and penetrating look. They grewa about constipation: the secret of any I

., of that McNamara she is heiress, In his to $750,000.official capacity Fearful want to be let alone-that's why hot trail they had forgotten Sap- little fidgety before he spoke. real relief is reduced dosage. :

Na.nce' flees. Lanny finds her In her Flynn told me that If I didn't come phire Susie was a pal of Nance's, but "Well, boys, how are your private Give the bowels only as much help :
apartment, asleep Knowing detectives through and tell him where he could afterwards when the trail grew" cold, affairs as may be needed, and less help as
are ,on her trail she disappears. find Nance Belden he'd see to It that they had suddenly remembered her prospering the need grows less. You will find Dr. '
Both shrugged, unwilling to be deft Caldwell's excellent
Syrup Pepsin an j
something nasty happened to me. I That Flynn was a marvel, and Mc- s
II nite. aid in regulating the bowels. It con I
don't know where Nance Belden Is. Namara, sighed 'to think the fellow
CHAPTER VIII-Continued "They are unprosperous," the chief tains senna and cascara (natural i
And I want protection from Patrick could not oe promoted Instantly. In laxatives) and it will clear-up any !
18 "so
have called
I In to
Flynu." all probability he had not at first con- bilious sluggish condition without I
t McNamara chuckled. Flynn and An- express the hope that are now
nected Nance Relden with the you and
"You seem pretty sure of me, don't glory of upset. Delightful pleasant I
J- gellotl would waste a great deal of ?" Susie's sapphires. Undoubtedly he had quite willing to abandon your private action. Your druggist has it. I
Ii, time watching thai apartment house In you jumped to the conclusion that the girl practice ind return to work for the I I.eathe&
"Well Nance told that were
i'Ir vain. Nance Ella Cates me you city and county of San Francisco. You
; discovering had been up to her old trick of black-
And I called !
human on
: : had moved, had sought quarters else one being. mailing some wealthy and socially draw salary from the taxpayers, you -= ''Il.. ; I
:Miss Lanning last night to tell her to
where. What McNamara how know. I have been mistaken An-
puzzled prominent masculine jackass. So he may ,
Nance that the dicks were after
ever, was the girl's failure to communi- warn had looked up her record In the police gelloti. but 1 thought I saw you out 1 SYRUP PEPSIN I
her and Miss Lanning told me to see
cate with him and he knew In Mission when
or Lanny; files. Here he had discovered some recently you were
about it. She said you'd see I gota '
now that she did not Intend to. The you thing that must have convinced him supposed to be working on that racke-
fact that she had purchased a letter of square of Susie's total Innocence of sapphires teer filling over In North Beach. How- G\
credit was proof that she Intended 1 1I 'She did so, now? How did Miss Lan- during her trIal ; certainly she had not ever, I'll overlook that on the assumption That Point Settled !

,I ; :' leaving the country, and the more the ning, treat 'ouotherwise7""She carried the'-' to San Quentin with her that you permitted yourself to be First thing made sure of at a family t I
excellent fellow contemplated this Im- kissed me and gave me a hun- led by Flynn. Flynn
and the obvious conclusion was that astray you lay 'reunion Is plenty to eat. I
pending move the more Inclined was he dred dollars and told me to be as good she had pawned them to raise moneyto off Sapphire Susie until that enterprising !i

to regard it as a not unmixed blessing. pay her attorney. In the hope of young woman, does something you j ji

The more he thought the matter discovering the Identity ,of Susie's lat can pin on her Then bring her In." i1rMYrITh1irethot i'Ia1
over, the more inclined: did he becometo est victim (who, he assumed, had redeemed "She's done something and I'll pinit

take a practical and policemanlikeview them for her) Flynn had there- on her vet," Flynn growled, "and

of the situation. While Nance upon made a round of the pawnshopsand you know what It Is." Flynn, being

-: remained In San Francisco she would located the one from which the Irish, was unwilling that his chief own dru utily leiooau ate

; be a constant menace to himself and jewels had lately been redeemed ; from should regard him as deficient In intelligence :' Y t aisle".

i Lanny ; if captured she might, during the pawnbroker he had secured a description and enterprise."We on cn th b oCteo

.. one of her uncontrolled moments, consider 1! of the one who had redeemed understand each other thoroughly pct teheVea ,

j4.., It a great joke to tell the world the'ro. No pawnbroker would be likely Flynn. You've been after that

;,' < how, she had been enabled to escape to forget Nance Belden's nose Belden girl and you've made a mess

capture so long. McNamara shuddered. If Nance of It." He opened his desk drawer and

"I can't' baby the world," he decided. should visit sapphire Susie now she drew out two envelopes. One was addressed

"I'll let her go. She'll probably live would undoubtedly walk straight into to Flynn and the other to An-

abroad, and when her letter of creditis the arms of the waiting Flynn or An- gelloti and loth envelopes bore the return -

gone she may remember who she Is gelloti. address of a prominent New

long enough to draw more checks. I Well, Nance Belden had stolen a doz- York hotel "ut were neither stampednor I

'can always get a line on her through en pairs of silk hose but apparently postmarked. "These two envelopes SkinI

the bank, and if Steve and Lanny still Penelope Gatlin paid her debts. The came In a large envelope address:: ''d

insist on salvaging this nut I'll tell chief wondered if he had loaned Nance to me," McNamara explained. "They're 9,4it % 731
them where to find her. Me, I'm Belden or Penelope Gatlin two hun- sealed !" He handed each detective his urr t u

through. If 1 keep this pace up I'll be dred dollars, foi of course they were letter and watched as they opened lkd-and !Ttouah?

as big a nut as she is." two separate and distinct personalities them and drew forth typewritten let-
If so, Use
There Is more than a modicum of y- Inhabiting the same body. If Nance ters and two hundred and fifty dollarsIn

.J truth In the ancient adage, "Out of ( Belden had accepted the loan, then Mc- bills. Flynn's letter was, undoubtedly Cnlicnra

sight, out of mind." Dan McNamara Namara could kiss the money good.by. a carbon copy ol Angellotl's.

lived a very full life ; and when Nance If, on the other band Penelope Gat Flynn perused his letter and handedit Soap and OintmentSoap

Belden had definitely passed beyond lln had accepted It then, some day to the chief, who read : ne Ointment :15c and soe.Yoe .
his ken and he knew himself safe at when Nance had changed places with "Dear Mr. Flynn :

last from the prying of Messrs. Flynn Penelope, he would get It back Well "You poor dear, you have worked so

and AngellotI Into his private affairs, he could trace her progress throughthe hard and so intelligently and In such INDIGESTION ? I

'? he forgot the girl, for pressing matters world by the drafts she would dreadfully hard luck that my hearty

.:; 3 :' of great Importance claimed his attention L-:3'Y' "n. ,......,. ,.!, --l I cash. Her bank in San Jose would give goes out to you. You were working for Mr. J. W. Lingo of 1416 I
I Sardis St, Memphis, Tenosaid ,
and he required more hrst-class him that information.He the reward, of course-no doubt be- : "I didn't feel right
assistance than he was receiving. He "He's Got Me Scared to Death," took down the telephone and cause you needed the money. You and at all, had no appetite and

resolved, therefore, to give Flynn and Sapphire Susie Declared. called the ba ik. tes a draft had just Mr. Angelloti would have had to divide suffered. Pierce's from Golden indigestion.Dr. Medi. 1I I
Angelloti week in which in. Drawn for four hundred and cal Discovery built me i!
a to make up as,I could. The old girl Is sure a dar- come two hundred nnd fifty dollars had you and up
.- ,a': their minds they had lost the trail ; ling." thirty-five dollars In favor of the recaptured me, but just to prove ,I'm a made gate me me an feel appetite all right r
iJ1lJ t,: then to call them In. French line, dated three days previ- sport and not holding any mean little again" AH druggist. I
"Did you ask her for the hundred?
New size, tablets 50 cts.,
'1 On the sixth day however, he received "Of course not." ously at New York had come across grudge, I'm sending you each two, hun- liquid $1.00. Large size, tabs or liquid,
,information that the doughty the continent by air mall. McNamara dred and fifty dollars. Please be good $1.35. Write to Dr. Pierce's Clinic, Buffalo
The chief eyed her for he
pair were still as busy as two pups distrusted Sapphire Susie and won thanked the president of the bank and and try to forget all the unpleasant ; N. Y.. for free'medical advice.

with a feather duster. A beautiful; dered if she might not be working In callec1 up tho French line's San Francisco Incidents. You will never get me now, 'WNU-.r7 1235WATC'H

lady called on him at his office and told the Interests of Flynn and Angelloti. office. After some difficulty he so do give up your attempts, like good
::him so."And. discovered that four hundred and thir boys."
"This is Interesting," he admitted ,
who might you be?" he de- ty-five dollars was payment of one first The letter was unsigned. YOURKIDNEYS
heavily. "Of course I only keep In i
cabin to Havre and that the "
manded. passage "How much did ;you get, Angelloti
"I'm Susan EngelbrighL" touch with the upper office through the lIe de France had sailed from New McNamara queried softly.
captain of detectives. If be set Flynnon !
"1 'am not aware that 1 have the York during the past three days. "Two fifty Chief"
this Job he should have Interviewed ,
McNnmara shot
pleasure of your acquaintance, Miss. you a couple of weeks ago., Seems to Instantly Dar a TO BE CONTINUED Be Sure They Properly
Engelbright. I
me he has overlooked a good bet. If Cleanse the Blood
"You haven't 1 was sent up from he'd had you under surveillance a week Lightning Bolts Come Down in Steps I

Oakland." ago he'd have picked up Nance Belden YOUR kidneys are constantly fll-
"Oh Alias Sapphire Susie I've when she came to you to deliver the According to Scientists' ExperimentsWhen impurities from the blood
stream. But kidneys get function
heard of you lately
rings. Flynn's a crackerjack detec-
"Perhaps. I hocked three twelve tive," he added sadly, "but this looksas lightning bolts jump from rican scientists, Dr. B. F. J. Schon- ally disturbed-lag the in poisonous their work-body
fail to
carat sapphire rings to raise money, If he's slipping," clouds to the ground] they do not come land H. Collens and Dr. D. J. Malan wastes.

and the papers called me Sapphire "That bird don't slip very far, takeit down directly, but progress earthwardIn Their study was made with the aid of Then you may suffer nagging I

Susie after that. from me. Chief. He met me on the a series of rushes each. about 150 a high-speed Boys' camera like that recently backache, attacks of dizziness,
,, "1 see you got them out of hock street the day before yesterday and feet long. used by engineers of the Gen- burning, scanty or too frequent I

again, Susie." notice'd I was wearing my big ring and The first discharge comes ,down eral Electric company In America to urination getting up at night I

The girl nodded "Nance Belden' got my eardrops. 'Hello, kid; he says, 'I through the air Its 130 feet and stops. discover that lightning strikes not swollen feet and ankles, rheumatic"
them out for me." Then the 'second discharge follows In .once, but ten times In one place at pains; feel "all worn out.
got sapphires on again. '
see you your
,Don't delay! For the quicker you
T "Part of the for the of the first but with the way each lightning stroke.
bargain smuggling I says to him, 'Fall dead, you bum path get rid of these poisons, the better
that letter out of San Quentin for her, and walked on. And the next night he already cleared for It through the> atmosphere your chances of good health. i
I suppose" came up to my room. 'Nance Belden It comes down farther than Sailing by Dead Reckoning Use Doan's Pills Doan's are for

"Never mind what It was for." Sap.. got them sapphires out of hock for you, the first. In a series of step-like discharges Sailing by dead reckoning' is a com the kidneys only. They tend to pro

phlre Susie smiled archly and unafraId. Susie, my dear,' he says kindly. 'I want the bolt finally hits the ground. putation of a ship's position from her mote normal functioning of the
"1 earned It and she kept her word." that frail Where is she?' Total elapsed time for the rushesafew movements: as recorded In the log. The kidneys; should help them pass off

"Check or cash?" McNamara was "And you wouldn't fell him even if thousandths of a second. Time chief Items that enter Into It are: the Irritating poisons. Doan's are

irightened. If Sapphire Susie had been you could?" between each rush-a ten-thousandth Latitude and longitude of starting recommended. Get them by from users any the druggistDOAN'S countryorer.

given a check then she knew Nance "That's a fact. I wouldn't snitch on of a second. point or last known point, course or :I

Belden's real name and the name of her." This mechanism of a lightning discharge direction sailed as ascertained from PilLSI

her bank. And that would be fataL "You wouldn't expect me to Interfere Is reported to the British science compass, rate of sailing and time

"I don't know I gave her the pawn I In the work of a'V detective sergeant Journal, Nature, by the South Af- elapsed.



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The Clewiston News Done and ordered at LaBelle,
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want.Assistant to
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person ---- Florida, this '14th day of March, A.
Mrs. through Clewiston.
Superintendent and
in Clewiston IN TIlE CIRCUIT COURT, D. 1935. ,
Published every Friday ,
Kranz made theirs nifty little cab- '
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, In boat, and it's to be most attrac-I" The government "white quarters"are FLORIDA TWELFTH IN JUDICIAL AND FOR CIRCUIT HENDRY OF Clerk Circuit Court. 1 \ ,

Inc. tive when completed. Two 10 x 14 receiving the addition* of white COUNTY. IN CHANCERY 1 I H. A. RIDER, f'', '
trellis fences, and if they remindyou Solicitor for Complainant.
rooms, a 5 x 6 bath, a screen porch -- '
Keathley Bowden, Editor and flower boxes, their own lights too much of chicken yards, TURPEN I I No. 56-March 22-29, April 5-12-19.
and water system sounds good, stockades or something of the sort, Complainant, } ) i
Entered as second class mail mat- doesn't it? The floors are varnished, just be patient till some of the vines vs. )

ter February 1, .1927, at the Post the walls Celotex-ed. There will be are given a chance to grow on them. VERNOR LLOYD TURPEN, )
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under many a night that their cool quarters The lovely flame vine, the Mexican Defendant. ) ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON

the Act of March 3, 1897. will be the envy of others.., coral vine and other varieties BILL FOR DIVORCEIt REQUEST
I have been set out, and next summer, appearing by affidavit appended i

Subscription rate, $2.00 per year. the reservation will bo beautiful in- to the sworn Bill of Complaint C. E. STEBEL
And speaking of the on-coming in the above entitled cause that. the I
Advertising rates on application. I deed.
summer, Dave Alston Is preparingwith defendant Vernor Lloyd Turpen is" a

Devoted to the advancement and a' new-style electric fan. Look- THE 'COMMUNITY: CHURCH non-resident of the State of 'Florida; ,Electrical ContractingPHONE

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry ing like an enlarged microphone the Sunday, March 31, 1935; that there is no person in the Stateof 2121
Florida the service of process in
County. revolving leaves are about headhighfrom ncD.. Jenkins Williams, Minister Chancery upon whom would bind PAHOKEE, FLORIDA
the floor, and it certainly will
the said defendant.It .
keep an entire store-room cool and 0:45; a. m. Sunday School. is thereupon ordered that the Agent forGENERAL'
And March, which roared in likea comfortable (and free from gnats! ). 10:15 a. m. Junior Church. defendant, Vernor Lloyd Turpen, be

lion, gambols out gaily like a lamb. I 6:30::: p. m. The Pioneers,. Miss Lock-: I I and appear to the Bill of Complaintin REFRIGERATORS ELECTRIC I

The city has been doing a beneficent haul; Supt. said cause on or before the 6th RANGES AND
Stylists report the "peach basket 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship Sutt- day of May A. D. 1935, otherwisethe APPLIANCESYou
deed in keeping down dust on
hat" is making a return. Lovers of ject: "The Evolution of Christ- allegations of said Bill.of Com-
the good old days, please take note. some of the unpaved streets. WE ian Character." plaint will be taken as confessed by
have all been interested in the pro said defendant.It .

cess, so our private investigator has is further ordered that the
The South again welcomes the I ... .......
been doing some investigating and above notice be published in the .L-""' :;.nr
opportunity of providing rest and 1 I
here's how it is done. Clewiston News, a newspaper published -
relaxation for the President In Florida's LENT IS HERE Wreck 'Em
Calcium chloride is the salt ,usedto in said County and State, once :
fishing waters. I I.
sprinkle over the surface of the I ChurchDoctor We Fix 'Em
rock street. It holds sufficient moist- Come To

If Mrs. Hauptmann undertakes to ure (from dews and fogs) that traf- j. m. COUSE
run down all the anonymous reportson fic over it can't raise the dust thatis Williams PAINTING BODY .AND

the Lindbergh kidnapping, she so prevalent and ,so distressing in Father :Finnegan Counselor and Attorney at Law FENDER WORK

may have a life-long job. other sections of town. The calcium Hopkins Building'ednesda's TOPS SEAT COVERSUPHOLSTERY

chloride will function in this
man I and
\\ Saturdays
The most unpopular announce- ner until the advent of the rainy -.----
0:30 to 4:00 Done by An Expert
ment of the season.-Senator Hod- i season, after which the dust will
ges proposed broadcast of Senate activities -I be dispelled by Mother Nature. W.ANTEDEnergetic Courteous Service

over state radio station We also investigated the cost, etc. Work Guaranteed.

WRUF. The salt is purchased in ton lots and' young man to I Cantrell's Stock FarmBuys Prices Reasonable.PIONEER .

must be obtained from Tampa, priceis
Housewives, it should be some '$2.60 f. o. b. Clewiston per hun- take special sales train I and Sells

,'Mifort to you that the Pratt Insti- dred pounds if purchased in amounts Cattle Hogs Mules
tute of New York completed a sur- of a ton or more. 100 pounds ing course and qualify I I Service Station

vey which indicates that 64.92 is will "salt down" abo' t' 56 linear and
the average wage due each house- feet of, the streets here. If the calcium to' sell a General Motors ,
wife each week. But try and get it!! chloride is purchased in small I! Located 2 miles East of Clewiston Wrecker Service at All Hours
quantities the price will be a little Product, I on Highway. rr= ,.-' .' ,'= ,...... .
A Jax. auto dealer advertises a more, probably $3.00 per hundred ---

model with a trunk that will hold pounds., But $3.00 would salt down FRIGIDAIRE 1-, -=

4 dozen bottles of beer, the lunch, the dust in front of a 50 foot lot, 1N:H N N:N N N:N N:N..:N:H N 1.:N/N N N:N:N H N:N:N:N:N/N:..:N:1N:.:N H..:N N N:N N N:N N:.1 N N:.:N:N:N:N:.
the bait and a pan to fry fish in, and ask any housewife if'that in with and t. Y.
says the Times-Union. Isn't that wouldn't be worth while. The "salt- :1: HAVE YOU SEEN THE NEW 1 .. .j.

perfect? ing down" makes the marl street through the authorized :s: WILLIAMS ICE-O-MATIC _:
look moist, but makes' no other 1:1

Hoover's stirring criticism of change in its appearance.The dealer in this territory. America's Most Economical Electric > ,,::
Roosevelt in his message to the Re-
publican party led Huey Lang to city also, is due the credit i Refrigerator ;

remark "Hoover should not 'com- for the improvement of the portionof Address: .Y_. t
.. Can be purchased with no money down and as low as :;:
plain of Roosevelt. Roosevelt has the highway that will eventuallybe ;
simply out-Hoovered Hoover." the other half of a two way drive. BYARS FORGYREFRIGERATION :;: : $7.75 per month. ::

All that portion of the highway

Clermont, beautiful ridge town of which' was planned with -a parkway .C.9... 1 ; : .CLEWISTON RADIO SHOP-'

Central Florida, announces the down the center 'has only been pav-1 ::: "- \ ".; ," Authorized"n.; C: A. "Victor1 Sales-.'and:.Service, >. .. .i'
opening of a local plant ,to manufacture ed on the south drive. 'The north Frigidaire Distributors t '
Ever-Dry salt shakers. Cler-; portion is being cleared, levelledand :: Clewiston Drug Co. Clewiston, Florida :i.I i.:.

mont man perfected the invention, planted in Bermuda. By sum- Tampa, Florida. M N.1:N:N:N:N:N N N:.1 N H N:N:N:N N H M:M:N N N:N N N:.1 N N N N:M:N H N:1.:N:M:Y.:N:.1 N:N 1.:1.N N:N:N:..:.
and the sale of the product, a: com- mer, It will be kept mowed and kept J \1 .
position top that resists moisture,
to manufacture of salt shakers has { -

already been arranged. ..... I -

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A casual visitor in Clewiston

would think that the advent of

Spring had brought the wanderlustthat

is deeply imbedded in every

man's heart to the surface, and that
itchy feet would soon be taking the iil.
road. We refer to the housecars and ,e "a Illustrated: 1/-Ton Panel Truck ((131' Wheelbase) -,

boats that are springing Into 'exist
ence. You've probably wondered ]MENbo study haulage costs especially designed to give sustained -

about them, too. ,zr Chevrolet trucks pulling power and to keepon

But jt's not a group of nomads t :. are'as outstanding in economy and working under the hard punish-

preparing to take the road, exactly. durability as they are in price. ment of road and load. Features
It's the McWilliams u
Dredging com- Y h Chevrolet trucks handle tough that assure stamina and long life
pany folks who will K
shortly be mov- f
ing 'across the lake to Port Mayaccafor d- ; N hauling jobs day after day at are evident in every detail of the ,

their next job. The section liar r Y ? .;ti: r f '' r small operating cost, because they precision-engineered chassis. Chev-

no surplus houses, so several of the } 4 J y are built to Chevrolet's own high rolet, trucks offer maximum capac-

men conceived the idea of building standards of quality in every part. ity,economy and quality-because
their own home for the several 4 F ,' + The powerful six-cylinder valve- Chevrolet is the world's largest
months tf their t ,
stay in that'location..
There's something contagious 'about in-head engines are truck motors, builder of trucks

the idea, and a good deal of fascination CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN
in the actual planning and
work of building them. Compare Chevrolet's lowdelioered prices and easyG.M.A.C.terms. A General Motors ValueCHEVROLET

The house cars (or trailers, to be
more exact) are far from providinga

rough means of living,-rather TRUCKS'World's
they offer all the 'comforts of home
and the pleasures of camp life. Well- : .
Lowest Prices
screened and ventilated, clean, fresh -
paint on walls and furniture they DEALER ADVERTISEMENT

will be as convenient and probablymore .
comfortable than most small

a'partments! A studio couch, a couple Clewis ton Motor Co.
of chairs, a chest of drawers and a

clothes closet make a nice combina- ,

tion living and sleeping quarters \

The stove, Ice box table and built In Clewiston, Florida

cabinet complete the kitchen and

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IN..NNNNMNNNN. . . :.INNN. :NNN. :..:":":":":":":. .J. A. Little, of Tampa, spent Tues- C. J., Kirk of LaBelle was transacting Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Shockley and Mrs. H. E. Barrentine and two
:i: day ands Wednesday on business business in Clewiston Monday family of Snow Hill, Maryland were i. sons left this week for Tampa for
Mention visitors in Clewiston this week' a visit with. friends and relatives.
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1.s N.N..N..N..N.....w. .M..N.N. ..N..N.N..N..M..N..N.N..N..N.N..N ..N. J. W. Crook of St: Louis, was'in Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman spent Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nebiker and Mr. and :Mrs. S. L. Kilgore and
l. :'D. A. Olden is spending this ;:ek Clewiston Tuesday, transacting busi- Sunday and Monday in. Miami visit- son, Bobby, spent the week-end vis- son, Billy, of Leesburg', spent a few
, in Pensacola. ness. ing friends. iting friends in Punta Gorda.E. days in Clewiston this week.G. .
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Lilly of Moore I Boca Grr.ndo L. Stewart attended a meeting
Joseph Spadaro .,
.IJ Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart were S. Ingraham of Brooklyn, New
Haven were business visitors here several .days here this weekon of, South Florida representativesheld
visitors in Miami Tuesday. spent York: was a business visitor in
; Tuesday I. in Moore Haven Saturday. ,
\ business. Clewiston the first of the week.
S. H.'Hardy of Miami was a, business W. R. Eve, Jr., of Orlando, spent> --- '.
visitor here this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimerand Mr. and Mrs. August Tuttrup, of
a few 'days in Clewiston. on business Miss Lucile Padgett, ,who has been
I Toledo, Ohio, of Dr. and
son, Billy, spent the week-end were guests
--' this week; making her home here with her sister
.. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Egely visited visiting in Miami.W. Mrs. D. J. Williams here Tuesday. and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.

relatives in LaBelle Sunday.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Roy Hartsfield of -- Dan Allen, has returned to her homein I
Fort Myers spent. Sunday visitingin H. Smith of Montgomery, Ala I C. I. Allen, commerical agent of 'Haines City. '
.'George Yon of South Bay vis- Clewiston. bama, was ,a business visitor in the Atlantic Coast Line railroad
ited friends in Clewiston Tuesday. Clewiston Monday. I I spent a few days here on business
de this week. A. J. Akerman of Knoxville, Ten-
Mrs. Joe Van Velde of Moore '
I nessee, was a visitor in Clewistonthis
,ys" :. Mrs. Mae Blanton of LaBelle. was Haven was a business visitor here Miss Eva Mae Greene spent tho I week: Mr. Akerman is an offical
Tues- week-end with her 'aunt, Mrs. Florence Clewiston players who played in
':., .i '!,:. a business visitor in Clewiston Wednesday.Mrs. of the Tennessee Valley Associationand
. the diamond ball in Fort My
,< Ryan, in Moore Haven. game
day.. is spending his vacation in Palm
t Joe Chamberlain visited Mrs. I ers on Tuesday were Bobby Dosh,
H. A. George R. Royal at Miami Locks Mr. and Mrs. F.- A. McKenzie returned -I Cy Cruze, Coburn Moore, Dick Beach. He was interested in the
:Mrs. R. L. Guthrie, federal levee project Lake Okee-
: on
Tuesday! from Lakeland Hooks Ed. Clark, Beder Nall, Har-
Land and Miss Marcia Avant accom- I chobee and made
of Pa- where they spend the week-end. Mrs. i old Lang, Junior Thomas, Russell an inspection trip
hokee panied spent by Mrs.the Eva weekend Guthrie in Tampa. S. Lambe,ton of Orlando is H. S. French and daughter, Patsy, I Whidden, H. O. .Peters, Tom Shelley, of it with Lieutenant Selee.
returned from Tampa spending this week in Clewiston visiting returned with them and are visiting Gratton George and Charles Rob-
Sam Davis friends. them at the Clewiston Inn. erts. (Additional Locals on Page 8))
with them for a few days.

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At For twenty-one years Hatch's Annual Sales have been a Success Crowds, and crowds of people flock: to this, i iI
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: Sale "- '. : of w the Confidence which Hatch's Annual Sales have inspired a confidence that we treasure and respect. a Confidence I

Prices ,, that inspires us to greater achievements Plan to attend this our 22nd Annual Sale. I

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Wednesday ,from being "Blue Penciled.." ': : .' 'V '- .'
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At 8.30 a. m. lowest in years. It's opportunity that .comes but once a year make the most of i it check up now your
own needs. your family's needs the needs for your home, apartment or room.. anticipate your needs for months to .

The Day The Date como THEN BE HERE on Wednesday, April 3rd, oven if you have to walk to. this Great Annual Savings Event.

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t Lessen fer March 31 OH, FINNEY I HEARD ID 01 HEAR "

Lessons From the Life and Litters of ;, TELL ME ,'
Peter. l

LESSON TEXT-1 Peter 5.6-11; II HURT gAzr

,. Peter 3:14-18.
GOLDEN 'I'EXT-But grow In grace
and in the knowledge of our Lord and
i Saviour Jesus Christ. To him be glory /
; ,both now and for ever. II Peter' 3:18. l G '
Old. .
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: -How Peter Became a Great Leader.
- -What Peter Did to Spread Christianity. '


'l'hemethod of review is always determined '
j" by the grade.and capacity of
:',.- 'the class and the :genius of the teacher. t--
The suggestions made largely ,apply to WAL- HE WUZ. V/URRKIM1 OKI A OH41HIS r
s; : the senior and adult classes good CHIMNEY ON Top OF A HOUSE-- ;
2: method of review will]] be to cast up to SEE- VWIN -TH' SCAFFOLD BROKE \ POOR WIFE/> 1SNE

.;": view the following :great experiences AW HE ROLLED DOWN TH' ROOF-_ MUST I i

i' In! I.Peter's Peter's life First: Meeting With Christ FELL OM TH' PORCH- ROLLED OFF t--FEEL AWFUL 5 i I I 4t

;: : (John 1:40-42)) 1
i'i 1 This involves his conversion and BRICKS HE HAD CM TrV SCAFFOLD + -

call. As a result of the Baptist's testimony FELL OM HJMll! HE BE IM A BAPSHAPE I -f": )1 ,
': two of John's disciples left him
1l1:.::., and'followed Jesus. Andrew, one of
these, when he knew Christ because of
;' ; having abode with him brought his
t;:i- .' brother Peter to Jesus. Andrew del __ t"1 I I IlJ I
sired that Peter should have a knowledge (
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-' testimony, but through personal expe-
rience. Andrew'did a great piece of 9956


called with Andrew to become fishers If you've been following the latest
:,, of men (Mark 1:10-18)). The first call Western Newepsper Union 1 trend in style news, you know that
?_ of Jesus was for salvation. Becausehe the classic shirtwaist frock is still
heeded the call to salvation, he now one of Fashion's pets. And here'sa

; is called to definite service. THE FEATHERHEADS e KBy n S.: ;n eunl.ft' Sold delightful version of it. The sleeves
f.. II. Peter's Great Confession (Matt. and shoulders are cut in one to give
_'' 10:13-28). '(NERDS THE DOORBELL AGAiM \ NOT TODAY.1VJE. a nice smooth line. and make them
The disciples had been with- the Lord ANOTHE-R SALESMAN, NO DQU&T--JL DoN'T BUT- I'M NOT easy as a, b, c to fit. The bodice
; for several years. They had heard his THEY'VE BEEN WANT To BUY / f>= LLIN& with a trim _slot-pleat at the back to
wonderful words and witnessed his \ILL SEND' HIM I match the chic of its buttoned front
mighty works. And since Jesus was AWA AN closing is smartly gathered to the
"'_ soon to go to the cross, it was necessary ALL 'oke--the long skirt seams end In
i_ for the disciples to have a true ? 2 ? jaunty inverted -pleats-and the

.t-, conception of him. In order to help '\\ &r\\ Liicm /fflTffnTZWJ I patch pockets follow the latest, mode
: them Into the right conception, Christ I by being rounded instead of square.
provoked this confession from Peter as Hake it'of a rough crepe and_put an

the spokesman for the group of dis- 1 Impudent little contrasting bow. at
ciples. Peter confessed Christ's mes- the throat for added chic!
k'' ; siahship and deityship. The burning Pattern 0980 may be ordered onlyIn

y question then, as well as for the pres- sires 14, ]G, IS. 20, 32, 34; 3G, 38
,- ent hour, is, "What think ye of Christ?" and 40. Size 1C requires 3H yards
x III. Peter's Denial (Mark 14:27-72). -_ 30 inch fabric. l
e-: A better statement would be "Peter's Complete, diagrammed sew chart
Downfall." Peter's confession showed Included.
him to occupy a high position. From Send FIFTEEN" CENTS in coins or

., that lofty eminence to the depth of I stamps (coins preferred) for pattern.
emphasizing a lie by weans of' ul- Be sure to write plainly your NAME,

f ; oaths is a long way. The steps are ADDRESS, the STYLE NUMBERand
clear and should constitute a solemn WELL-THAT'S V SIZE of each pattern.
warning to all today: BAD OLD MANSALESMAN I'M MOT A 1 I DID You H/! ) Send your order to Sewing Circle
1. Over-weeninc eelf-confidence (vv. GET RID\ ) Pattern department, 232 West Eighteenth
/ on-<*j>oJ J.\ 8UT MAYBE:. ;N\ A COLLECTOR street, New York.SOMETHING .
;: .; 2. Sleeping at tie post of duty (vv. BUSINESS WILL \ WAVEr A OF ,
,,-" 3"_ J) AR
-31) Sooty J
PICK UP ) \ -I
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: 3. Neglect of prayer (v. 3S). r-- NEW
L 4. _Service in the energy of the flesh 1-rn --'-"
r (v. 4,). 1 i \\'\\\\" Tired Business Man-Take dancing -

:\. 5. Following Jesus afar off (v. 54). '\ '0 D MIA lessons? Well, I guess not I
fl.-" 6. Seeking comfort among the Lord's \ ) There are too many other ways by
', enemies (v. 07). 0 which I can make a fool of myself.
7. Open denial (vv. 68-72). -- His Loving Wife-Yes, darling, but
l Peter's trouble really began when he you've tried all of those.
:'- shrank from the way of the cross. i

. IV. Peter's Restoration (John 20:1-10;
Ought to Be Good
21 :11.19).
Blinks-I'd like to listen in on the
f- As there were seven steps in Peter's \
little confab those ,two dames are
there .
so were seven steps In .rJ
r.-, his restoration. having.

!f', 1. Christ's prayer for. Peter (Luke Jinks-WhY, ? _
Blinks-They are Jones' first wife ,:,
'" 22:31. 32). (q western Newepeper Uoon ,
and his
present one exchanging ':
2. The look of Jesus (Luke 22:61, f
views on life with him.v .
:'. 6;).
"- 3. Christ's message through the Climatic Comparison CLOTHES QUESTION"What Bend Down, Sitter
women ,(Mark;: 10:7)> '"I understand the Slammers have I Little Ethel-What makes mamma so

4. A personal interview with the risen made up their domestic quarrels and : cross nowadays?
Lord (Luke 24:34). are on speaking terms." Mr. gsuffer-She bought an expensIve -
5. Peter's open confession of love -"Yes," replied Miss Cayenne; "their outfit of clothes last month
(John 21 :11-17). c- reconciliations remind me of a thaw and put us all on short rations to save
G. Ills between two freezes, which only makes enough to pay for them, and the diet
work given back (John 21:17,
IS). matters worse.; worked so well that now the togs don't

7, Willingness to suffer for ChristI fit-Detroit New

(John 21:18, W). Path to Own Door
V. Peter at Pentecost (Acts 2:1-42). Teacher-Tommy is there any one That's Universal
Peter, with the rest of the :disciples, thing you can do better than .anyone do you do' ,with- your old Solicitor at Wood Green to a Wom-
clothes?" I an-Has husband ambition?
came Into a new experience at Pente- else? your any
cost. They came to know the outpourIng Tommy-Yes'm-read my own writing Wear them." Yes-He Is very eager to draw the

I i of the Holy Spirit as the fulfillmentof !-Washington Post. old-age pension.

Joel's prophecy (Joel 2:28-32). Torture
VI. The Conversion of Cornelius HOWABQUT'THAT? Klshpaw-1 'heard that'the prisonersin NO CHANCEi

(Acts 10:1-48). the state prison have petitioned the
While Peter had the definite expe- authorities to have all the radio sets A
rience of Pentecost, he had not yet taken out.GinkoWhy.
come to know the real meaning of the fr was that? '
church. lie was Ignorant of that which \ Klshpaw-They claimed that havingto \ rtr ,
God revealed through Paul (Eph. listen to those crooners came under
3:1-5). He knew that a tremendous the head of cruel and unusual punish-
change had come. He saw the old 'order J ment and was forbidden by the penal
passing. It required fie visitation 7V(7/L( code.-Pathfinder Magazine.
of God to him by means of the sheet
let down from heaven to ,show at the
middle wall of partition had now been One ExceptionMrs.
broken down and that Gentiles who accepted "1 say old chap, 1 hear you are engaged Gnaggs-Have you shut up i
the finished work of Jesus to ,Miss Smith' Is that so?" everything for the night, Elmer? Percy-Yes, I had bwaln fever once.
"Quite true, old top. Isn't she the Elmer-Yes darling, I've shut
Christ were accepted on high the sameas up Jessie-Dear me. And where were .a
the Jew. lucky girl?" everything that can be shut up. you feverish.


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;: : AFTER twenty months of bar- n-n: "NORMAL CHILD" conditioned or harshly repressed, but
CURRENT [vENTS the documents conveying simply because he Is a normal child. BALSAM
full title to the Chinese Eastern railway 1'he conception! of the "Inner na -Dr. Gl'acetla s in Scribner's Ren ove.Dandm3top.HafryyB4*
to Manchukuo were Initialed In ture" of the child in progressive education Magazine. Impart Color and

Tokyo thus eliminating Russia as a Is actually' so idealistic thatIt B.autytoGr.HeeorrCEncdm.$1 00'at andFadedllair Dnurafrt*.

1' PASS 'IN REVIEW factor in Manchukuo. The written approval Is entirely unfair! to most normalboys And Avoid WorryIf FLORESTON:- SHAMPOO: Wkt-Ideal.P.tehogn for e Ute N.T la

? ) of the agreements was signedby and girls. For It assumes quite ;you hate the thought of owing connection with Parker's Hair Balsam.Maces: the
Kokl HIrota foreign minister hair soft and fluffy.CO cents by mall or at dnjjrjosts. -
Japanese that the child.1 Is
blandly average by money, you won't make debts. I .Hiscox Chemical Works Patchogue N.Y.
IJ ; Dr. Constantine Toureneff, So- his very nature intelligent talented,

TREASURY DEPARTMENT PLANS viet ambassador to Japan; and by Gen. self-reliant reasonable and sociably
Ting Shlh-Yuan Manchukuoan minis Inclined. That he has within himself

WOULD READJUST CURRENCY ter of finance. The consideration was the ability to.make*logical judgments How Calotabs ]Help Nature
; STRUCTURE OF NATION. 140,000,000 yen, or about 39300000. and form sensible opinions. But the :

:', The documents require that all three sad and sober truth Is that the average -

.. By EDWARD W. PICKARD governments approve them before their healthy child has very few of I To Throw Off a Bad ColdSecond

tip. Western Newspaper Union. formal: signing about March 23. ThusIs these essentially adult traits of mind
'.! ended forty years of Russo-Japanese and character. Millions have found In Calotabs a Calotabs are diuretic to the
. SECRETARY OF THE TREASURY contention for domination. most valuable aid in the treatment, kidneys, promoting the eliminationof
The child I Is selfish, he Is
I S MORCJKNTHAU revealed plans to average of colds. They take one or two tab- cold poisons from the blood. Thus
.' j dip into profits from gold seizure to retire stubborn, he is forgetful he is cruel, lets the first night and repeat the Calotabs serve the double purpose of
suit is admin he. Is illogical.. His of humorIs third fifth
S674.fi25.G30: of the national debt ANEW gold menacing sense or night If needed. a purgative and diuretic .both of
: financing and money pol of an extremely low variety. And How do Calotabs help Nature which are needed In the treatmentof
through the use of icies. The suit reopening the questionof his Inherent taste, judged by civilized throw off a cold? First Calotabs are colds.
gold certificates. po- one of the most thorough and dependable Calotabs are quite economical;
investors' claims for payment of adult standards, is rather atrocious.
!t tentially inflationary of all Intestinal elimlnants only twenty-five cents for the family
: 1,800 million dollars of governmentbonds The, 'child is like this not becausehe thus
cleansing the
it will)] deprive national Intestinal tract of package ten cents for the trial
in gold or an equivalent, is has 'been poorly trained or badly the germ-laden mucus and toxines. package. (Adv.) '
banks of the power
i brought by Robert A. Taft, son of the
to issue and '
currency late chief Justice, over the sum of 107.
save 'the. governmentan .

Questions charge annual of on$13 I inflationary :Interest!'00.000- Taft gold the demands gold or suspension clause either certificates.payment of all refundingof of, Before bondsIn DD llZY, DD) 4l\{ [l plows one over -' I

going to court, Taft presented to the
implications wre
treasury: a $50 gold clause Liberty bond
avoided by treasury
and four $1.07 Interest coupons attached -
officials, bu they ad-
and demanded gold for both .
secretary mitted; the plan would M -
Morgenthau I but was refused. The suit may force {,
put gold back to ,
the administration to close the loop-
work which can be expanded." do JUST LEAVE IT
holes left by the Supreme court de- .
The maneuver will place In the cisions, If that is possible. THAT DARN HE'LL GET 'EM
hands of the federal reserve banks
$674,625,6.10 of gold certificates, which !
must be used) as backing for i issue off T HAT "ancient repository of dignity MY GROCERIES
same'sum notes ," the senate, has ben treatedto
the In federal reserve i
( A an exhibition of personalities, vituperation -
: to retire, the bonds. Note issue against
: the bonds could be expanded If currency barely avoided fistic encoun-

demands warranted to about ters, and general up- ,. \ ,
i $1,087.500.000. since a federal reserve roar centering'about

note need not be backed: by more than Senator Long that a 4:?
40 per cent gold or gold certificates In should set a recordfor
like percentage. What will happeu even that august _

will be the immediate simplification body. Goaded into action f

01 our currency system. The treasuryand by the almost -
reserve banks will have daily tirades of Lou _'
federal .
all t to issue money. The isiana's Kingfish ma-

pian involves retirement on August' 1 jority leader, Joe Robinson

of $074,025,030 of 2 per cent federal:! of Arkansasarose ; ONE STRIKE GEE, DIZZY, THAT

securities and substitution of fyderal _._ white with rage AND THAT MEANS -- PITCHING ARM OF
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reserve notes for $057.937,080) of outstanding -- and let loose a castl- OUT IN THIS YOURS SURE BROUGHT '

national bank currency. Sen.ator gation designed to LEAGUE.e7 BACK THE GROCERIES. J ,

These bonds will be retired with: stir Robinson blast the Irrepressible 1 HOPE I CAN ,;" I
Long Into submission. Robinson
plu funds created by devalu'ng the appealed '
to the senate to assert Itself
Roosevelt! dollar from 100 rents to
50.00 cents gold. The total profit was and put Long whom he called "a mad
$2,812.000.000. man," in his place. Vice President Gar-, xi'S' .,

ner and more than a dozen senators ti
National 1 bank notes Issued by national -
banks against federal securities shook hands with Robinson when he

represent more than one-tenth of the closed and galleries applauded until .
nation's circulating currency. The ad the chair threatened to clear them. It ,

ministration's program likely means had no perceptible effect on Long other'

the permanent _abandonment of the national than to cause him 'to rush back to the 4Ww
senate chamber and renew' his attackon
bank note which has- been used - .,
since the Civil war The circulation Hobinson. ii o
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privileges expire. On all bonds deposited The next day Huey precipitated an \wt\n l ( .n .
by banks and held In trust by the other verbal free-for-all when he resumed \ j -- S

treasury on July 22, 1935. except on his one-man campaign against
: two issues. By calling for' redemption Postmaster General Farley and the

j "--4 the treasury will retire all securities New Deal In general. Long chargedthat
bearing "circulation privilege" and national Farley was Instrumental In 'TO BE GOOD AT ANYTHING, AND I'LL TELL YOU ONE, SLICK

banks will no longer have suitable quashing an Indictment against a SON; YOU'VE GOT TO HAVE WAY TO BUILD UP YOUR

,, security for Issuance of their own bank In which Norman Davis, "ambas TWO THINGS -=- SOME ENERGY. EAT GRAPE-NUTS '
notes. sador at large" was Interested. For ABILITY AND JUST, LOADS IT'S PLUMBFULL OF THE

his trouble Kingfish received a liberal OF ENERGY STUFF THAT PUTS THE OLD

Mendieta administration In supply ''of ridicule. He also sent to WAHOO IN YOU,

THE has established a military the senate post office committee a let G
ter In which the accusation was made:
dictatorship over the Island constitutional -
law has ,been suspended, the that Farley Is "profiting" from 25 business -

death penalty for rebels Imposed and concerns In New York city, In-
military governors designated for volving violation of four criminal

Havana and provinces. Washington is statutes. When questioned, Farley said

watching the situation with keen In he had no statement to make. :=.: ..> r

terest. Bombings and rioting are In Long's uncomplimentary remarks

\ creasing, according to reports, with about Farley generally came to ,
ten dead and fifteen'Injured.. The objectives naught, as the post offices and post
of the opponents of the gov, roads committee blocked the Kingfish.
eminent Is the removal from office of holding that "he had not produced

President Mendieta and Colonel Ful- "facts or evidence constituting a proper
;. ;. gencio Batista chief of the army. case for Investigation."
S S The strike has become almost general,
; nearly paralyzing all activities In the

11 I Island.the government Repressive to measures quell: the taken strikers by THE bill provision to repeal of the the pink 1934 slip Incometax pub- Boys! Girls! Join the Dizzy Dean WinnersJust

strongly resemble the strong-arm law passed the house by a large
methods prevalent in the Machado majority of 302 to 98. The resolu- send the top from one yellowandname and address,to Grape-Nuts,Battle Creek Mich.,
blue Grape-Nuts package with your for your membership insignia and free copy of the club -'
', regime, according to observers. tion apparently will win In the senate
manual-"Win with Dizzy Dean"-and list of other a
where a poll has shown It will be
adopted by a close vote. Sentiment for valuable free prizes.

THE $4,880,000,000 relief bill was repeal of the "snooper" clause has -DtZZY fEAiN And start building up your energy by eating
returned to the senate marked been growing and there Is no Indica- Grape-Nuts. It has a winning flavor all its own-crisp,
Rush 1"! There was no rush. Reports that the President will the tablespoonfuls "
tion oppose nutlike, delicious. It's economical, too. Two -
were that enough senators 'who had measure. Free membership pin-for boys and girls. with whole milk or cream provide morevaried
: Toted for the prevailing wage clause Solid bronze with red enameled lettering.
nourishment than a hearty meal. A
I A pm you'll be proud to wear. many
baa been won over to the administration
This tfftr txpirajuly 1.J$3J product of General Foods.
Greek revolt has been crushed
views to Insure passage, but the TilE ,
bill as revised by the committee did to government reports, "'I
'I\ not come up. Senator Long's one-man and preparations are being made- for
j filibuster, the army bill and other mat- an attack on the island of Crete, held

ters claimed the attention of ,the august by former Premier Venlzelos, leader of
'I senators, and the fight was delayed the Insurrection. General Kondylls In

;\ Harry Hopkins. federal ,relief charge ,of army operations In Mace- "
administrator, said 20.IIHUOO) (> ) <) persons donia, was reported returning to Athens -
were on relief, but expressed the belief after routing the rebels from their HEARD THE NEWS THE

that employment was Increasing.He principal strongholds In Macedonia. It
explained the apparent discrepancy has been indicated that Venizelos has

by adding that many persons who had accepted defeat in Macedonia and REGULAR PRICE O.-F CALUMET
hitherto taken care of themselves have Thrace and will proclaim Crete a sep-

finally exhausted their resources. As arate state.

.. the relief measure faced the start of

\ Its sixth week of debate. Long: threat- B IY A vote of 23 to 1 the house ways BAKING POWDERS\ NOW
ened fresh
delays by trying to force a means committee approved the e
senate test of his proposed Investigation Vlnson bonus bill and gave the rival /T- f

of Farley, and administration lead- Patman bill a possible edge. The com "
/feSl V >
ers prepared to resort to drastic meas- mittee Instructed Chairman Doughtonto 25 / } M
If the Kingfish
attempts to hold wide
I ask a open rule permitting Inflationists i
the floor by '
"trying" his In
case the to move' the Patman meas- I
I senate after the adverse committee re- use_ as a substitute on the floor. Pat- I
port. Senator Glass chairman of the man supporters claim the house will .- I
appropriations committee. Is preparedto pass the first bonus bill brought up I 1) II I
ask' for early action on his amend- but conservatives are working to jockey AND T IE NEW CAN/ I
ment to the senate rules to prohibita the '
"printing press money" measure ,
senator from talking on extraneous out of preferred position. The Vln tf SO ASyTOOP NI / I
matters while an appropriation bill is ___
son bill Is favored by the American
pending Legion. f



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INFon JAL' TEA AT PAFFORD a sharper pruning knife on the ap- I Drainage District; Declaring the Existence standing against lands within said ,

additional LocalsMr. HOME TUESDAY AFTERNOONMrs. propriations bill, particularly the of such District; Validatingits District; Authorizing the Compro- :

schedule recently made public by the I Creation and Declaring its mise and Settlement of certain certificates ., .

Ivy M. Pafford entertained state budget commission. In fact :" Boundaries; Providing 'for Its Gov- and other indebtedness outstanding -
J. A. Watson of '' the taxpayers will be represented by against said District; Am-
and Mrs. delightfully with an informal tea at I ernment, and for the Appointment ,
Lakeland were business visitors here a group of small but highly efficient ending and Revising and Reenacting .'
her home on the government reser- of a Board of Commissioners there- into Act, the former Laws ,ry'
this week.C. lobbies, ready to fight to the last I one { ,
for and \
afternoon.The fixing Compensationof Drainage ,
vation Tuesday ditch to effect real economies Relating to Everglades
guests were Mrs. I. D. Leydig, said Commissioners; Defining the District in conformity with said Act.
C. Davis left this week for.Belle through abolition or consolidation of 1 Duties and Powers of such Board
De- I ; BY ORDER of the Board of Com-
Mrs. S. W.
Miss Marion Leydig
useless offices and applying the rule. .
Glade where he has become Levying Taxes and Special Assess- of EVERGLADES : ,
pharmacist In the Alston Drug Store. Lozier, Mrs. Leah Spicer, Mrs. J. E. of present day budgeting to every ments for Everglades Drainage Dis- missioners DRAINAGE DISTRICT. '. ':,{a.
Beardsley, Mrs. L. H. Robbins, Mrs I trict the Lands therein I : ,
state department, from governor's upon and (SIGNED) J. B. JEFFRIES, :
D. J. Williams, Miss Mary Bell Main Providing for the Collection of such
Mrs. L. H. Robbins has returne office on down to capital janitor. Chairman. '
from .a visit in Miami and is agai land and Mrs: G. C. Poole. Summed up, the session will be a Taxes and Special Assessments; F. E. BRYANT,
Amending Chapter 14717, Acts of
visiting her daughter, Mrs. J. E. struggle between organized groups Attorney. .
1931, to the Manner of Sales of
GARDEN CLUB MEETS WITH with everyone and everything rep- as N-D-No, 57-March 29., 19351T
Bcardsley., HOSTESS; Lands for the Nonpayment of such
MRS. I. D. LEYDIG, the
resented. But the outlook for
Taxes and Assessments; To Provide

Mrs. C. E. Miner and children, I taxpayer appears brighter than any for' the Collection of such Taxes and .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;.:.;-.:..:..:..r:..:..:..:..:..:..:
Charlie and Rachel, H. G. Knigh Mrs. I. D. Leydig was hostess yes session within the last decade. At Assessments at the same time and ?

and Mrs. G. H. Small were visitor terday afternoon to members of the least the legislators now on the In the same manner as State and |::: New and Used :|;:
in Fort Myers Saturday Garden Club. Mrs. E. L. Stewart ground are taking their jobs mighty County Taxes; Repealing Sections 7, ;
presided at the business meeting, seriously.ST. I 9-47 inclusive, 49-54 inclusive, 56, :: .
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during which there was some discus I 57, 59, 60, sub-section (a) of Sec- .
Mrs. C. F. Traiuor and daughter,
for tion 61, 62-67 inclusive, subsectionb
sion of the proposed playground I
Barbara Ann, Mrs. A. A. Munroe am
69 71-79 inclus-
( ) of Section 68, .
Mrs. H. R. Hall visited in Belle CATHOLIC I 81 84-100 inclusive, of said
ive, 82,
Glade Monday. Following the business meeting takenon ;, Act of 1931 ;' Providing for the Maintenance :I;: BELLE GLADE 1:: .
the members: and guests were
Father F. J. Finnegan, Pastor of Works heretofore constructed -

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Daniels and Mr a tour of the lovely Leydig gard Confessions before Mass. :: by Everglades Drainage !:: FURNITURE COMPANY fj =:;:: ".
ens. Two contests were held and pri District Providing Authority in .. -
and Mrs. George Royal of Miam Mass on Sunday Morning 8:30.: ; .. .
Locks visited in Clewiston Tuesda i zes, n bouquet of carnations and a Mass at St. Mary's Church, Pa- said Board for the Prevention and :: ::
; Florida
awardedto fires within said District | Belle Glade |
evening. bouquet of larkspur were hokee, at 10:30 every Sunday control of ; ; ,
Mrs. ,G. C. Poole and Mrs. C. F. Providing for the Issuance of Bonds y
to Refund Debts of said District; S:: Next Door To Theatre :
Mrs. M. H. Crouch, Mrs.I I Car, Goodman. for the Cancellation of ..

Berner, Mrs E. L. Stewart and Mrs Present. were Mrs.. Stewart, Mrs.C. Mrs.:; APPLY NOTICE FOR OF SPECIAL INTENTION OR LOCAL TO certain Providing Taxes and Tax Liens out- ..::............................................................................................. ......
Mrs. G. C. ,
W. C. Owen,
R. M. Hare, Jr., spent Saturday IE LEGISLATION
West Palm Beach.Mr. F .Goodman, Mrs.. R. D. Whidden,, f

G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. Martha I . . . . . . . . ..
Mrs. . . J
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that N....M...............M.y. .....M...NNNNN. MH.N.MNM MNNN. MNNN.NN N.NN. .NN NN. NN MM N. Jl
and Mrs. John Hoff and lit Ludekens, Mrs. E. W. Digges, Mrs.R. at the regular biennial session of II. l

tle daughter of Auburn, Indiana,, Y. Patterson, :Mr: A. H. Roberts,, the Legislature of Florida, to ,con- : I II
I i.b
were visitors here the first of the and Mrs. Leah Spicer. vene in April, 1935, application will :\ I

week.C. be made for the passage of a specialor :. I I
MRS. ALSTON!\ IS HOSTESS AT local law, the substance of which I 11i i I I

Nelson of Jacksonville was in BRIDGE PARTY WEDNESDAYMrs. will be as follows: I II
Clewiston on business' connected AN ACT Relating to Everglades I ..::. CLEWISTON GOLF

with the U. S. Engineer office on Dave Alston entertained the t
Tuesday. members of her bridge club and a ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.::..:..;..:..:..:..::.:..:..:..; I y f !

( few: invited guests at a' card party at :;: EVERGLADES COURSE

Miss Dorothy Lockhart, Mrs. W. the Clewiston Inn Wednesday after- f i

F. Simpson, Mrs. Olin Carleton, Mrs. noon. 1:: FUNERAL :|: I l;

Keathley Bowden and son, Kay, High score prize, a pottery flower yY

spent Sunday at Fort Myers Beach. bowl, was won by Mrs. Claude :;: HOME |{: :: -< '. .: .' .J. ::: !
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double deck :: I I.. ;, .. ,"
Downs, second prize, a : :!: .::. >'. .:. 1 1I
Lieutenant and Mrs. William H. of bridge cards, by Mrs.. Ivy Pafford. I :
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Mills and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prew- Mrs. W. F. Simpson was presented :; Licensed, Funeral Directors ;&; '.' :'

itt attended the dog races In West a knife sharpener for third high and :_;: and Embalmers &: y y .+y. ;'

alm: Beach Saturday evening.Mrs. :Mrs. W. C. Hooker was consoled .t '.'
with a lovely novel darning. set. Mrs. ::: Ambulance Service :+;:

C. W. MacDonald and two \I. P. Peterson,' who made the lucky, + 3f I

((childten'! Carolyn and Sonny, are cut, was presented with a bottle of ..;.: CLEAVISTOX,. PHONE 328 0:. Open to the Public' ] il j.

,pending the week-end with relatives eau de ,cologne. : iii i
( in Orlando. Other ,guests Invited for the afternoon ;0.; PAHOIvEB,. PHOXE 2301 XEzplaitu

i __ Hill Mis. R. N. .
and were Mrs. Fred M. (y:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Goodman Smith, Mrs. G. C. Poole Mrs. I. I.!.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Whiddon have Pafford, Mrs. G. 'B. Thomas, Mrs. T. .':. ..,

moved into the neW Goodman homeat B. Shelley, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. y:

the corner of Osceola and Crescent A. A. Munroe, Mrs. W. C. Hooker, A't. .J. ,
Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs. H. R. Hall, et .', I
Mrs. Carol MacDonald, Mrs. Fred R .:. :
Miss Mary Bell Mainland left Maxwell, Mrs. Gayle McFadden, Mrs. the toarvelouilfV/forif '_

Thursday for her home In Oak Park, H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. C. R. amarlng Treatment relief.which Sold It on bringing Ironclad ':* Moderate Green Fees *

ttllindis, after spending several Byrd, Mrs. Russell Whidden, Mrs.B. money-tec guarantee. ,tI ..

weeks here visiting Dr. and Mrs. D. A. Bourne, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, PRICELESS INFORMATIONfor I :A: Exceptional Fairways F -
Jenkins Williams. Mrs.'' C. F. Trainor, Mrs. Leslie Miller those suffering from ''i; 1" rI -
Mrs. F. D. Duff, Mrs. M. R. ., 1 p G POOR DIGESTION ... I Interesting G.+
A H. O. Kight, executive scoutmaster Lawler and Mrs. H. H. Turner. SOUR STOMACH. GASSINESSHEARTBURN. 0.. 0.

Boy Scouts of America, was in TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY OR HEAD b

Clewiston Tuesday evening attend- A ek for a(reo copy of IVIttard's Message. V.. . . . . . .....................................................................11
ing a meeting of the Clewiston (Continued from page 1) are Authorized Willard Dealers m-............,.............................:................ ... . . . . .

troop. Mr. Kight officiated in the when the gentlemen of the cloth Alston Drug Co. Clewiston, Fla.

installation, of K. C. Woodward as were, occupied; with their fishin'.

local Scoutmaster.Mrs. Gilbert Freeman missed the boat.It I .

was the first time I ever knew -

Ethel Hancock, who has been that guy to miss anything, but they ':. .t. tb.... :: :i:

visiting here for the past week, has brought him out to us in a motorboat 'oi',' ..;.. i FOR; SALE ..... 11;.

returned to her home in Abbeville, and the fish knocked off bit- .0':.. i''. -P"" : :.
Georgia. She was accompanied by in' as soon as he arrived.

her uncle, S. A. Bourne of Lake Some of the gang got to Cedar :H: Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :!J.t.

Harbor and Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., Keys the night before and John .. .:. .:.
who are visiting relatives in Abbe- Lochner told me that about nine ':. .:. ..s". ...

ville for a few days. that evening the Mayor said he guessed y y :

I and .,. .;- ... ...
I he'd have to. go out get some .. a .
I Mrs. S. W. DeLozier and daughter fiddlers. Well, Charlie Heflensteln ':;' ..i.. t4\ i ... ..s..
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I Marion, of Connellsville, Pen- didn't wait to hear any more-he ... t ( .H.
.i. ffM .. ..
nsylvania are visiting Mrs. DeLoz- rushed over to Mrs. Codrington and I 0:. ..:.. ; ... ..
ier's parents, Mr. and Mrs!' I. D. Ley- wanted to know If she'd save a .s. .:. y' {. .:.
.s. .. .'.
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dig and her sisters, Miss Marion dance for him. But the fiddlers the .0.. .:. s. .2. :.
Leydig and Mrs. Leah Spicer. Ac- Mayor brought back were In a bucket. t .:. .s.
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companying them from Pennsylvania ,.. .. .:. .:. ..
cousin H. A. Leydigand : : .:. .:. .. .
were a Altogether it was a great party y s \.
his wife and son, Dick, who re- and the newspaper boys in other .i. .s" .:. ::: '

f i mained, for a week's visit here. parts of the state ought to take a yy yy
lesson from these Suwannee fellows .: ..
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MRS. MCFADDEX ENTERTAINS and get together oftener. yy \

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Mrs. Gayle McFadden entertainedwith IANY PROBLEMS DURING 1033; Y A
a cocktail party on Monday evening Y. 4$> 4. A
Y 1
I in celebration of her bus (Continued from page 1) YY A A
sort of laws should be passed. Some
band's birthday. The living rooms of a ?
favor the state dispensary system although y
I the home were beautifully decorated A !> Y
this plan has been severely +
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with I I'I spring flowers. lambasted by many Florida newspapers .i :I
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' during the past four weeks.
In the dining room the table was +
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'I Considerable editorial criticism
overlaid<1 with a lace cloth. Eight A ; : A
. : also has been directed against the-
; tiers of green tapers In yellow'crystal proposed social security bIll-a A A yA

J holders brought out the color measure, whose opponents insist + + yAxt

I scheme of green and yellow. Arranged would give the state dictoiial powers x +

on the buffet and serving table over welfare and charity organ- y

I were plates, of hors. d 'oeuvres. and izations. Still another measure that y

I canapes and an angel food cake dec- is getting plenty of discussion is the .isi; 1Sk .. ...

orated with yellow roses and green proposed constitutional amendment ... ...
latticework.The that would eliminate nil ad valorem f (
guest list Included Dr. and I taxes from real estate. One hears :;: :: Pay The Balance Like Rent :;: ::\ >,

Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mr. and Mrs rumors, too, about a revival of the xx xx

H. C. Kolstad, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. bill to create a state public utilities :: :;: r- WE HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :i';: f

Shelley, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Miller, commission and medical socities!: :!: :!: YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME ; :
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Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mr. and from Pensacola to Key West are

Mrs. Mark Lawler, Mr., and Mrs. F. aroused over a proposal to establish

J. Nebiker, Mr. and Mrs.' W. F. state clinics. In_ Clewiston Home Building Association HI' :
Simpson and Dr. and Mrs.' O. F. Although eight out of ten legislators -

Schiffli of Clewiston and I}I'. W. J. one encounters has some sort
Buck and John Harris of Belle of bill requiring expenditures, thereis 'i; f._ I I PHONE: 102 :_: :i:

Glade. a decided undercurrent to wield I' ,
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