The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: April 19, 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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Taking '35 CensusDr. Planned For AprilA .


Charles W. Vandiver, who trophy has been' donated by an

SPEAKER WEDNESDAY has recently been appointed to take OWNER anonymous!, Clewiston golfer for pre- UNDERWAY HEREThe ( ,
charge of the of
enumeratingthe "f
han- .
sentation to the winner of the -
population of Hendry county for ,:J
-- dicap match play, to begin on Sun-
A. H. Brown, safety director for the new state census authorized by A bill introduced by Senator Ar- day, April 28th. expansion of the Wells-Royal ',:

the Florida district U. S. Engineerswas the legislature now in session, was thur Gomez, of Key West, providing Full details of the matches have Lumber company, located for two .";

guest speaker at the Kiwanis in, Clewiston in connection with the for Installment payments of delinquent not been worked out yet by the com- years at Lake Harbor,. brings to :}

club Wednesday evening, his remarks work the first of the week. exempt homestead taxes, has mittee, but announcement is made Clewiston a modern and wellequip'i: ,

being directed along the line Dr. Vandiver appointed Mrs. been reported favorably by the Sen- this week of the beginning of the ped lumber yard and fills a long- <

i of public safety. Grover C. Poole to assist him in the ate finance and taxation committee.This tournament so that those who wish felt need In the industrial develop- .,

j Mr. Brown brought out many interesting -,I Clewiston district, and Mrs. Poole bill, if it becomes a law, will may signify their intention of enter ment of this section. The large mount ", ";j

I facts during his talk, I began her duties yesterday. In ad- permit many who are now applyingfor ing the play. The committee requestsall of building activity within the "':;,.

I among those of local interest being dition to the names ,of residents the homestead l exemption, to catch players interested to leave their city limits of Clewiston" during the :1

the scarcity of accidents on the levee census lists also the age of each per- up the back taxes on their home- names at the Club house by Wednesday past fifteen months has brought the :a

construction along Lake Okeechobee. son, the place of birth, the extentof steads. In many cases, the property: April 24. The committee will city forcibly to the attention of those .1

-. The accident' rate here has been education whether home owneror on which homestead exemption is then arrange the pairings and post interested in the building trades.- <

very low for construction' of this renter and occupation. I. now claimed has technically reverted them at the club house and in the Construction of the new office and ::

I sort. Concerning the work in the The last authentic census' of the to the state for non payment of Clewiston News, so all may be notified yards of the Wells-Royal Lumber ,,

Jacksonville district,, Mr. Brown state was the federal census, which taxes. in time to arrange their dates company is 'well under way and the ':

f said: was taken in 1930, and the popula- The new Gomez act, which should for playing early. stock will be received and placed in ,'
;' "We started our accident prevention : tion of the state is believed to be prove more popular than the Gomez The committee will be able to give the new location next week. The new
: activities in July 1933, at the greatly increased since that time. act of the last session, would permitthe complete plans for the tournament lumber yard is located on the A. C. ":'

time work was being greatly expanded payment of delinquent exempt next week.Oglesby. L. siding just south of the Clewiston ,';
to reduce the ranks of the homestead taxes in ten installmentsover ,",---- Laundry. The site recently purchased :'
Clewiston Takes S. F. D.
In the a period of ten by the lumber from
unemployed. our district per- years, with only To Erect company the"i
sonnel has increased over 200 per four percent 'interest. The bill fur-: United States Sugar corporation, is :;
( ,tp> ,cent. The additional personnel were for First Game of SeasonThe ther provides that if the owner, isI I I 6-Room BungalowH. roomy and ideally located for the ,

l for the most part Inexperienced I able to pay the full back taxes on business. :;

f, workers _taken from lists of the unemployed Clewiston-Engineer baseball I exempted homesteads no interest Is A building 64 by 100 feet is being
E t' who had never been employed to be charged.The built to house the office and bins
o team opened the 1935 season with a J. Oglesby ,will begin construction -
on heavy construction. There for of lumber. Of
constitutionality of the act storage corrugated
13-10 the Sebring Fire-
victory over
in a few days of a handsomesix
I was,little opportunity to select the has been approved by Senate com- i iron construction, the building will
men in Sebring last Sunday after- room bungalow on his lot facing .
workers, many were physically un mittee, Judiciary "B" to which it have a double driveway through the
noon. Pasadena Avenue. Plans for the
fit. But in spite of these conditions, was referred upon its introduction I I I center; the ceiling is lofty and well
After trailing in the sixth inning, building are completed, and the at-
I our work has on without a single -
gone All
the first day the Senate was. in ses- ventilated. lumber will be fully
the locals gathered seven runs to put tractive home will be of frame con-
death or permanent disability ?
I sion. Following the favorable report' protected from the weather..
The them in the lead and the game on struction. A five car garage will be
t due to accidents on the job. record -
as to its constitutionality the
measure The Wells-Royal, Lumber com-
included in the construction the
ice. on
,t on the Okeechobee project is I was referred by: President Hod-
Mr. pany is in charge of C. F. Goodman,
lot. is of the
There has been co- William Hooks went the route for Oglesby manager
especially good. ges to the Finance and Taxation '
secretary and manager of the corporation
Florida and Power
operation between all grades of em- Clewiston allowing 12 hits, strikingout committee, which Light company'sice
Wednesday recommended Mr. Goodman is
house an exper-
I here the of thelot.
: ployees to prevent injury on the job 14 men and walking 3. After to the Senate that the and rear
which his home will be located ienced retail lumber man, and has
and the time and the effort spent being hit frequently for six innings, measure be enacted into law. on been in charge of the business sinceit
the lot which the ice
has paid big dividends to the gov- Hooks settled down and was in very adjoins on
two He has
house stands.'The five years ago.
ernment and the employees. little trouble for the, rest of the car garage
Community Church Has will care for, the trucks of the ice cently completed an attractive and
"\v e have.operated',an average of game.
welf substantial home in Clewiston, and
house as as for the owners au
80' motor vehicles since July, 1933, Max Long started for Sebring and Forty New MembersA tomobile. The estimated: cost of con- ,is moving the main office of the
travelling over 2 1-2 million miles was relieved by Crawford with his struction is 'approximately $5,000. lumber company here.
with only; 13 accidents: The acci- team in the lead. The Clewiston hit- :
: Zerney Meredith is now clearinghis The growth of the Wells-Royal
dents, with the exception of one, ters got onto Crawford and pushedthe beautiful blur: service was
lot on.the corner of Pasadenaand lumber company has been almost
were minor, the total cost of repair- : runs across the plate that meant held at the Community Church Sun- Atlantic Ayenues, and plans to phenomenal and is indicative of the
Ing damages to the vehicles amounting the victory. day evening at which Dr. D. Jenkins
build a garage apartment "on thoreaj' progress of the, section. The lumber
to only $665.00. Only two per- The line-ups was as follows: Se- .,Williams, minister andmem
: of"the: lot._,He, and MrsMeredith company: was started less,:than two
sons .were injured in the 13 acci- bring: Cox;; ss; H. Long, 3b and If; bers of the congregation--:welcomed? and 'their, daughter, Patsy, will years ago by-Wells and,, Royal!,-a..firmoperating

dents." Demberline, rf; Parker, 2b; Melton, forty new members into the church. occupy the apartment until such a ,grocery and dry goods
Mr. Brown also pointed out the c; Howard, cf; Gearing, Ib; Craw- Half of this number were young time as they may construct a home business in Lake Harbor the stockof

national accident record for 1934, ford, If and p; M. Long, p and 3b. people from the Sunday School, ,who there. The apartment will cost in the lumber being carried as a side
dividing the deaths due to accidents Clewiston, B._ Nail, If and 3b; Walker became members of the church for
neighborhood of $1,000. J. F. Tip- line and stored in the rear of the
J'I I Into the following general causes, rf; Cothern, rf; Pape 3b; Cow- the first time, and the remainderwere ;>ey will be in charge of construction.Mr. mercantile establishment. With the

i with numbers in each case: art, If; Cruze, ss; W. Hooks, p; Williamson adults who placed their memberships ., Tippey also has plans for remodeling Increase of business the firm employed -

..... .. ... c; Moore, cf; D. Hooks, 2b; with the
I Motor vehicles ...: .... .35,500 local church.. I the bungalow of Mr. and C. F. Goodman, an experienced -

Home ...............-................. 33,000 McLendon, Ib; Baker, lb. j The following were the new mem- Mrs:;; Carl Berner. The plans call for lumberman to handle the lumber
Public, not motor vehicles 17,000 Summary-Runs:' Cox 2; Dember- 'bers received, who brought the total a spacious addition to include a new part of the business. "

Industrial occupations ...... 15,000 line '3; Parker 2; Melton; Nail 3; membership of the Community- living room and sun porch. Work on A site was chosen in Lake Harbor

t The effect of the safety campaigns Cowart' Cruze, W. Hooks Williamson Church to 101: this home will be done in June, and and warehouses and lumber sheds
'' being waged in industrial groups is 2; D. Hooks 2; McLendon, LeRoy Hare James Hall, Owen will cost approximately $1,500. were built there: On September 1st,
'I'I easily seen. Despite the more hazar- Baker. | Wynn, James Wynn, Elizabeth the Wells-Royal Lumber company
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t't''I'; dous occupations, it has been safer Struck out by Hooks, 14; Long, Wynn, Connie Clark, Alice Cowart; I organized as a corporation. Arthur

to work in various industrial pursuits 0 ; Crawford 1. j Mildred Ward Peggy Gallant, Carolyn -J Senator Hodges Sends Wells, president G. L. Royal vice

: than to work in the home. Mo- Hits off Hooks 12; Long 3 in 3 innings -|, McDonald, Gloria, president and treasurer and C. F.
tor vehicles led the list by 2,500. ; Crawford 7. Betty Gene McDuffie, 1\ICDUffie'I Thanks For Flower Goodman, secretary and manager

: : The public accidents, exclusive of Walked by Hooks 3; Long 1; I James Beardsley, were the officers.

motor vehicles, included drownings Crawford 5. ley, Volney Beardsley, Robert Patterson -, The business continued in that lOcation -
.' fires, storms, floods, etc. Home ,runs: 'H. Long. 2-base hits, Richard Patterson, Francis I A gift of red roses from Hendry until on the night of January

Mr. Brown expressed the appre- Howard; Melton, D. Hooks. Wright, William C. Owen, Jr., county gardens was presented to \V.C. 15th, 1935, the buildings and stock
I IJ J ert Spicer, Ann Pafford. .; Hodges, president of the Senate, fire with loss
,ciation of safety workers for the active nob'I'I were destroyed by a
interest being taken by civic I Mrs.. V. A. Allen, Mrs. O. A. on the opening of the session. Sen- above insurance of approximately .

I organizations in the work of reducing F. L. TaylorF. Mr. and Mrs. J. Grady Niblack, ator Hodges acknowledged the gift $5,000. After the splendid business

!I and eliminating accidents. "Safe- i C. E. Moon, Mrs. Clara M. Broad- \ with his thanks in a letter' to the enjoyed during 1934 the company
-- iI rich, Mr., and Mrs. Russell N. Bos- editor which reads: Clewistonand
ty t l" ty", said Mr. Brown "does not mean I decided to open a yard at
I' :, ( being afraid of your work. It means L. Taylor, 75 year old post- well, Mrs. Gladys McDonald, Mr.:. and I Florida State Senate, one at Pahokee, while retain-
-know" your job and-how to do it- master of Felda, died Saturday at Mrs. R. H. Knight, W. C. Owen, Tallahassee, Florida, ing the yard which they immediately -
\, !r and then proceed with; confidence. his home there after an illness of Mrs. Charles E. Miner, Mrs. Robert I April 11, 1935. rebuilt at Lake Harbor. At Pa-

It means common sense applied to several months. Mr. Taylor residedat M. Hare, Jr., Mr. and Mrs: Leslie C, Mr. Keathley Bowden, Editor, hokee, the site of the old Central
our daily lives and tasks and due Felda for 18 years and had been Miller and Mr. and 1\ rs. A. H. :Kins. Clewiston News, Lumber Yard has been leased and

I I il'/ consideration for the welfare of our postmaster for 10 years. He is well x_ I Clewiston, Florida. will be stocked with materials and

fellow men. :It means that human known throughout Hendry county. G. S. Espenlaub i Dear Mr. Bowden: ready for opening next week.
When I went into the Senate to be
The deceased is survived six
machines must be kept in step withI' by The company has recently com-
man-made machines, or else be an- rolls, Gilbert, Marvin,. Emory, Mau- Lands 10 Lb. Bass sworn into office the other day I pleted connections whereby it can
nihilated by them." rice, Jack and J. L-., Jr., ,all of Felda found a beautiful floral offering handle loans up to $2,000 for home
I't, and by three daughters, Mrs. Elsie r rom the people of your county madeup additions and improvements. This
Blount, of Gibson, and Mrs. C. L. George L. Espenlaub brought in a of red roses. loan can be made to extend over a
: t P.-T. A.Benefit Movie Hull and Mrs. J. L. Maddox of Felda. 10 pound black bass from a fishing That came very close to my heart.I period of 36 months, and does not

Services were held and burial expedition on Lake Okeechobee Sun- know they were interested in me require a mortgage on the property.The .
j On Friday April 26th made in Felda af- because of such small service as Iwas Wells-Royal
[ i cemetery Sunday day afternoon. The fish was caughtnear owners
ternoon. Rev. D. J. Spooner of Lake- the mouth of Flsheating Creek able to perform for them in an Lumber company are strong believers -

land conducted the services, with, above Moore Haven. endeavor to exempt their homes in the Everglades and the Lake
A P.-T. A. benefit will be presented from taxation, so as to assure ,for
t Englehart Funeral Home of Fort This is one of the largest fish Okeechobee region. All stockholders -
at the Dixie Crystal Theatre, Fri- them and their at least
Myers in charge of funeral arrange- to be caught in Lake: Okeechobee of the corporation are Florida
; day, April ,26th, through the cooperation ments. this season. a shelter from the ever outstretchedhand residents of long standing. Mr. Wells
r of the theatre owner, Mrs. I of the tax gatherer. has resided in the section for 21

Mary Hayes Davis. A splendid pic- -- I With kind personal regards I am, years and is one of the best known
;, ture, "Redhead," with Bruce Cabot EXPLANATIONThrough Yours very truly, and most successful farmers aroundthe

r and Grace Bradley, will be offered. I WM. C. HODGES, Lake. He takes no active partIn

;i An extra feature. will be a prize President, Florida Senate. the business management of the
given to the holder of the lucky an error in last we'ek's Issue of the Clewiston News,
r, number. Each person attending thethpatrp. It was stated that this year's Race Track Funds would be divided ,I firm, as his farming interests .occupy
will be equally between the board of county commissioners and the school Community Egg Hunt his entire time.
given number
upon board of Hendry county.I Mr. Royal has lived in the section
entering and between the first and I' for 6 and devotes his whole
dV.i' the second show, the drawing and was In Tallahassee at the time Representative Stewart's bill To Be In City ParkAn years of the chain
time to the management
I ..1'award of the prize will talplace.: passed the House and Senate. As soon as it passed the Senate
I sent a telegram to the Clewiston News and stated "Present allocation of Wells and Royal stores at Clew-
r Tickets will be sold prior to the will not be on this basis." The word "not" was left out, Easter Egg Hunt for the bene- iston, Lake Harbor*, Ritta Island,
?) benefit by 'school children and members either in copying or transmitting the message and when it was de- fit of the children of the community Bean City, Belle Glade, Runyon and
k of the P.-T. A. committee. livered at'the Clewiston News office it read, "this year's funds will will be held in the city park Sunday I Indiantown.Mr. .
I be distributed ,on this basis" instead of "will not be." afternoon at three o'clock. |I Goodman has lived in Floridafor

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor and I tfegtfet this error, for the omission of the one little word The American Legion and the thirty years, having been en-
i[ son, George, drove to Gainesville, changed the entire-meaning of the message. Community Sunday School are join-v I gaged In the lumber and construc-

Sunday, to accompany Richard Best I take full responsibility for the 'mistake and am for tho Ing In giving the Easter Egg hunt tion business for all .of this time. He
.,' or, who returned to the University confueiQH It cauecd here eorry whioh Jg open to all CWwfoton } \ |g rough enthused over the Lake
after a short -vacation at hOlUH! KDATHLEY DOWDEN l'nl(:: tI1U\.1 (Continued on Pago 8))

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. those people who desire war" At this Customs and Costumes Neatly Trapped eral times. So he did. And a movie

CURRENT EVENTS moment, he continued, the "clamor of Take Root in England"The Recently a railroad, which was cameraman, hidden in a bush, "shot"
, war is universally diffused and the I sued for $100,000 by a negro who the act-and killed the action.-Col-

cause of agitation to all and arousesin falsely claimed that ,hIs legs had lier's Weekly. _
celebration in London of' the .
everyone the greatest fear. been paralyzed in. an accident, sent
the centenary of the Old Bailey, the famous -
The consistory approved canon
PASS IN REVIEW two negro detectives to his town to
!1 ization of Blessed Thomas More, King criminal court depicted by so expose him. They set up a crystal i

Henry VIII's chancellor, and Bishop many writers and the scene of manyof gazing parlors and, after several

John Fisher of England, who lost their Charles Dickens' delineations, recalls weeks, subtly arranged to tell the
i SECURITY heads for opposing Henry's marriageto some of the oddities of lawjers'
!. RUSSIA APPROVES THE ,'ic.'S fortune in his home. The
dress in England and the conserv-
Anne Bolejn.
PACT PLAN BUT POLAND crystal "forecasted" that the only
r. I
atism of the customs," Victor B. Bennett -
REMAINS ALOOF.. way he could win his suit was to
f' alleged directions from of the American Express com-
OBEYING carry a log over.the railroad track
which President relates.
on pany
the next morning, hopping across on
By EDWARD W. PICKARD Roosevelt was fishing in Florida Waters "The reason why barristers wear
one leg and back on the other sev-
:, Western Newspaper Union. t the majority in the house refusedto black gowns is that members of the

F;:. Russia Is ready to line up accept the restrictions injected in profession went Into mourning for
r:. SOVIET Great Britain, France and the work relief bill and sent it backto Queen[ Anne. Though Queen Anne is
Italy In promoting the general European conference to have these removed.The dead, the profession in England Relieves Sluggish Feeling t
pact which is the basis restrictions objectionable to the keeps: on mourning. The English are Night or day, when you first beginto
! Eecnrlty. feel and need
,,, of England's plan for administration were those requiring conservative In the matter of dress. sluggish somethingto BLACKMAN i
w"-=" straighten out your bowels (to
r''Z: ..C.. peace. This was senate confirmation of administrativeofficers The Knights of the Garter continueto relieve constipation-take a dose

F.r': (,;' .:......;,$,. brought out by the of the program and that In : wear short capes and hoods, the of reliable Thedford's Black-Draught.
r. \"' .' .';.-{ visit to Moscow of loans and grants to states at least one- same as in medieval days. The clocks "We take Black-Draught for bili- 1 STOCK and POULTRY

K ; ;( .: ; Capt. Anthony Eden. third of the money should be expendedfor on ladies' hose were originally put ousness, constipation and any bad Medicines Reliable

'" J',.,.-...,.. a British( lord privy direct labor. -The latter require- 'on to hide the gusset seams when the feeling that comes from these con- are
I' ': \' '.., ,' \ ('kJ seal, and his conferrk ment, according to Secretary Ickes and stockings were of cloth, and have ditions," writes Mrs. Luvena Owens, Blackman's Medicated Lick-
f :R :v ences with Dictator others would result in the exclusionof continued as part of hosiery attire of Springer, Okla. "BlackDraughtcleans O
J the and makes feel A-Brik
: : Josef Stalin and Maxim rural electrification, slum clearance ever since." system me -
t .&'i 1. much better after taking it." o Blackman's Stock PowderBlackman's
; > ";: 'i: it Litvinov Soviet and similar projects.
t. > Freshen up by taking this purely Cow TonicBlackman's
.' ';;>1 foreign commissar. According Defending the move to send the bill BOYS! GIRLS! vegetable laxative,if you have a tend- I 0

:...:.Jia. to the joint back to conference, Buchanan of Georgia Read the Grape Nuts ad in another ency to constipation or sluggishness.TIIEDFORD'S 0 CharMedSalfor( Host)
I. given theM said "The President is assumingresponslbillh'
: communique : BLACK-DRAUGHT
Litvinov column of this paper and learn how 0 Blackman's Poultry TabletsBlackman's
these states- ask is to give
press we
to join the Dizzy Dean Winners and Poultry Powder
: men "were of the opinion that In the him a bill that he can work on in shift-
win valuable free prizes.Adv.What .
: present international situation it Is ing from dole to employment.; Highest Quality Lowest Price

a. more than ever necessary to pursue theendeaor In replying to Buchanan, Representative He Got ', Satisfaction Guaranteed or

E;:' to promote the building up of Robert Bacon (Rep., N. Y.) con- Youth-I feel sorry for poor old throbbing pain CAR; allays B O I Leases Inflam- your money back.

a system of collective security In Europe tended that the labor provision was! George. He gave his girl friend the mation; reduces swelling; lessens
f ; as contemplated in the Anglo- needed in order to "kick out pet local tension; quickly heals. Relieve these
world with a fence around it painful unsightly conditions with powerfully -
p r' French communique of the third of projects" and afford as much direct medicated CARBOIL. Results
Friend-What did she give him? BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE CO. .
;, February, and in conformity with the relief of unemployment as possible. Euarantttd. At your druggist or write J
YouthThe'gate. Tenn.
Epurlock-Neal Co., Nashville Tenn. ,
f--. principles of the League of Nations. "Congress has reached a pretty low

F It was made clear that Germany and ebb," declared Minority Leader Ber-

;,; Poland would be welcome to enter the trand Snell (Rep., N. Y.), "when it

i arrangement, but that it would go can't even pass on a conference report DEEP-CUT HEAVY

; ahead even without them. without receiving orders from the

'. :. Captain Eden then went on to War- Chief Executive." TREADMORETRACTION

.'; saw to talk things over with the Poles; .

, and even as he was departing from STANLEY REED, the new solicitor
" :Moscow the Soviet press launched another obtained from the"Supreme

p..: fierce attack on Germany. court permission to dismiss the govern- SELF CLEANING[ .

;, Michael Tukhachevsky;: vice commissar ment's appeal in the Belcher lumber

t r: for defense, in an article in the newspaper code case. Therefore there probablywill id 1 ,
c Pravda, declared Germany would be no decision as to the constitu- t DOES NOT BUMP ON
l V: have of 849,000 by the summer ; "
an army tionality of the national industrial re- 49--:
;;i exceeding the French ,army by covery act by the chief tribunal before a PAVED ROADS .

40 per cent and almost equaling the congress takes action oil the bill to extend -

t'; Soviet army In size. the recovery law. :4 NO CHAINS NEEDED
He charged Hitler with "lulling
( Belcher was indicted for violatingthe
r' France to sleep" with anti-Soviet war hour and wage provisions of the A

:: talk In the hope France would not lumber code but Judge W.' I. Grubbof A., ;, A SIZE AND TYPE FOR

realize her own peril.Tukhachevsky's the Federal District court in Bir-
view that Germany File patentee/ two extra layers- YOUR CAR TRUCK and
mingham held against the government.The oFGum ,
w -Dippedcordtihat6ofd
r u
t contemplates
attacking France was i indictment was dismissed. Grubb x the big heavy tread to the a
tit:: supported by an authorized article in ruled the NRA law unconstitutional.The <3vm-DippeJ c 6odY TRACTOR '
: the weekly: Journal de Moscou which the Supreme :
government appealed to ii
, -asserted the leaders of the reich real- court.. : 4 o The body of patented Gum c
A, # Dipped High Stretch Cords '' ;" '
: ized "the exceptional risk to which Germany ; a r t "
which adhesion, THE
give greater
o e $
f _
would subject herself by invasion :
of the AAA's sys- flexibility-and strength/ to
i of the tremendous territories of the U. S. REPLACEMENT ,' ='t withstand pultt tndttrains "
is seen as a .
, S. R.-a country possessing powerful ':
future potentiality of a new organization :
I l armaments and unlimited opportunities established at the Department of vi re'stone'i _

I t. for improving and increasing these Agriculture under Rex- EXTRA ,- C
f f armaments.
ford G. Tugwell. The POWER \:
\ "It is almost probable," the Journal consoli- FOR 20% MORE POWER r. '
s ''til organization
said: "that under certain circumstances
dates federal agencies
Hitler will prefer other fields of ag-
'" '
%' dealing with soil ero
gression, and an Intensified revision "h %V<- sion, and Tugwell is I GROUND GRIP TIRBI'OR
: of the map of Europe will be started
; expected to direct the
not in the east but in the west," ;
expenditure of about a
billion dollars In public EVERY FARM mmmDf.

POLAND appears to have decided to ;w '. works funds on the

playa lone hand in the European Public land Program.At .

embroglio, though she remains friendly present Plans call IF you have ever been stranded with your car,
to Germany. It is reported that for retirement of mil- 'i r $ton '

Captain Eden's visit to Warsaw was R. G. Tugwell lions of acres of mar- SPARK PLUGS truck or tractor in mud or soft ground, you will

as disappointing as was that of Sir ginal lands now contributing to sur-

John Simon to Berlin. The Polish pluses, which experts contend will t welcome this new line of Firestone Ground Grip Tires.
government is determined to sign no prove a more effective way of dealing E For Quick

pact that would commit the nationto with overproduction than AAA's policyof .This tread
Starts and big, heavy, extra rugged, specially designed
fight for Russia against Germany or taxing commodities for acreage

for Germany against Russia and slashes. The latter is meeting in- LongerMileage that cleans itself required 54% more rubber to give
France, nor will it permit either Ger- creased opposition, due to rising living .

man or Russian troops to be trans- costs and Increasing competition from .
traction without chains. ;
ported across Poland. The Polish foreign powers. There will prob- you

statesmen say they will sign a seriesof ably be little Immediate change in crop

bilateral pacts, and will go as far control plans, since the Tugwell program
as any other nation in parallel disar- will require considerable time be- fir e.S tone It will pull you through any muddy road, or :

mament. They assert that they haveno fore It can be operated effectively. .
alliance with Germany, though their AQUAPRUF soft ground. This heavy traction tread is securely
mutual troubles have been settled for -- !)\.
the next ten years, and that the alli- FOR the second time the United held to the Gum-Dipped cord hody by the patented
Supreme court reversed the
For Better
ance with France still holds good. 0
convictions and death sentences of two construction of two extra layers of Gum-Dipped cords
of the Scottsboro negroes who were accused Y: and Safer
Tokyo there came a stale- of assault
FRO on two white girls.
indicating that Japan would The court held that since negroes In .' BrakingControl under the tread.

give at least moral support to' the Alabama are not permitted to serveon

European powers that are seeking juries, they are denied "equal pro-
agreements to coun- tection of the laws" in violation of the See your nearest Firestone Service Store, .

teract Hitler's move Fourteenth amendment It declared -
for the rearmamentof the stat court erred In not quashingthe c'firestone Firestone Tire Dealer or Implement Dealer today!

Germany. It was indictments.This FAN BELTSRADIATOR '

given out by Eiji .< was a big victory for the colored Equip your car, truck and tractor with these new,

Amau, the frequently race, but In another decision by .

quoted spokesman for '"' the Supreme court the negroes were : Super-Traction tires for more economical year-round

the foreign office. Hed the losers. The tribunal ruled that 1tr'fone _

said Japan will hold : the Democratic party in Texas is a service..

aloof from the European voluntary association, not subject to

crisis and that control by the state legislature, and as HOSE

there would be no far ", ; ; such may exclude colored persons from Remember! This heavy, Super-Traction tread is
eastern Locarno pact, ,
In its
Eiji Amau voting primaries. * Listen to the
but that "we
think of Voice of Firestone- guaranteed not to loosen from the tire body underfeaturing
any alliance with Germany.
Richard Crooks
the efforts of Donald ,
Tokyo, asserted Amau, is ready to discuss npHROUGH
with Russia chairman of the NIRB, Glad'sSwarthoutorNeIfon conditions and all other parts of the tire are -"
some degree of de- Eddy-every Monday mght' "
reached the .
agreement by
militarization of the eastern frontiers. an over N. B. C. WEAP r
bituminous coal operators and the Network A Five fully guaranteed to give satisfaction in every respect.
United Mine Workers, whereby the
N INE'l'EEN cardinals met with prevailing coal code Is extended to

Pope Plus in a secret consis- June 16 and a threatened strike of

tory, and to them he delivered an em about half a million miners averted.

phatic denunciation of war, which, he The present wages and hours of work

said, "would be so enormous a crime, are continued. President Lewis of the Ttrestone
so foolish a manifestation of fury we miners insisted the union had not '

believe: it absolutely impossible." If, yielded to the operators; but the fact
however there is someone who wishesto remained that If it had not consentedto

commit "this nefarious crime," then the agreement Mr. RIchberg could

the holy father said,. he'could do nothing and would have extended the code by 1935.F.T.&E.CO"t ,
else than pray to God to "destroy executive order.

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Anthropologists from forty-two nations -

meeting In London at the con-

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'3 ; logical Sciences, have been told that

...... GOLDEN; DA" N the period of man's habitation of the '

: : earth is much longer than previously

believed, extending perhaps, to soma
10,000,000 years into antiquity Sir

Grafton Elliot Smith, British anthro-

pologist, explained that diverse opinions -
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l1 still prevail regarding the ori-

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Copyright by Bell Syndlcnte
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SYNOPSIS ol I'ciielope Gatlin of the saddle nose. came In and asked P. Flynn to leave "How old are you?" race." This fact Is not

"1 seem to be getting my fill of girls the house. "Forty-two." necessarily Indicative of superior

,< TheddoVe" Gatlin adopts a baby. "Pe- with saddle noses who disappear mysteriously Flynn was profoundly irritated. He "Well, just to prove I'm friendly I'll I. qualities of skill or Initiative on the ,
nelope" In an effort to solve his matrimonial ," he decided lazily-and [Instantly knew Penelope Gatlin was at 27 Rue give you a quick physical examination. I. of .
part this race, he said, but is due '.,
troubles. But his wife has something clicked in his brain :St. Honore. Paris, hut he did not know It may save you a fee later from some
never wanted her, and their affairs end and he knew' he was on the trail of that Nance Belden was Back at central other physician. Mind If I give you a to "historical circumstances" that '
in the divorce court. At a baseball impelled these people "to embark on ]
game a ball strikes ten->'ear-old Penelope Nance Belden again. An heiress, eh? office, he compared the passport quick look-see?" those pursuits which led inevitably :
on the nose. Mrs Gatlin spiritsthe McNamara had hinted at powerful in- photograph with the substitute photograph "Go to It," said Flynn "
to the
upbuilding of civilization.
child to Europe. Gatlin wills Penelope fluences back of Nance Belden. and she .. Dan McNamara had pasted on Stephen tested Flynn's heart action
all his money, and is about .to certainly must have hired] the expert Nance Belden's fake police record card and lungs and took his blood pressure.
begin a search for her a '
accident ends his life. Some ten veats help she had had in her escape from -and knew it for a fake. "You're up. thirty-six points" he told :,
later In San Francisco Stephen Burt, San Quentin penitentiary. Suddenly it occurred to Flynn that him.
rising young psychiatrist Is presentedby "McNamara knows who she [is," he had had an official Interview with Flynn was distinctly perturbed.
Dan :McNaniara, chief of police witha
new patient-Nance Belden. a girl Flynn decided "He's getting his-In everybody connected with this mysterious "What does that mean?"

with a dual personality, for which her chunks-for helping. her. I'll bet it's case, except Dr. Stephen Burt. "It means that you have a fairly well
-saddle nose" is In part responsible. the same girl." "You're a long time getting aroundto developed case of hardening of the ar-

McNamara does not think she Is a I He decided not to take Angellotl into see me, Sergeant," Stephen charged, teries. If you were to be re-examined' :
criminal and obtains Curt's testimony '
In court. Lanny. the doctor's office his confidence. For two hundred and and Indicated a large, comfortable armchair physically, for promotion you" might

,.: nurse is also won over Nance's crim- fifty dollars Angelloti had agreed to be retired on pension."
inal record outweighs Doctor Burt's abandon his interost in Nance Belden ; "I called on you once, Doctor, but "I couldn't afford that," cried Flynn.
explanation of her case and she Is sentto whereas 1-. Flynn had scorned to quit. you didn't know It. That was the "I've got a wife and five children."
San Nance
Quentin penitentiary.
escapes, although shot, and goes to He would pick up the trail again alone, night after Nance Belden escaped from "Nevertheless, I would suggest -you
Lanny's apartment. From one of the and when he had Nance Belden or San Quentin. Me an' my partner apply for a six months' leave of absence -

men In the boat on which the girl Penelope Gatlin on his hook-well, she trailed you to the chief's ,house." and have me treat you. How's LIKE "

a '\\ real name McNamara is Penelope learns Gatlin that He Nance's'escaped also had to pay somehody to l keep out of "I've always thought you and the your eyesight?"

(r--,: discovers that she is heiress to $750- San Quentin. and that somebody shouldbe excellent Angellotl didn't make the "Grand," P. Flynn mumbled."I must produce
000( Fearful ,.,r l\cNamlI'a. in his official p, Flynn.He best of your opportunities," Stephen doubt it, Sergeant I'll bet you a

capacity. Nance flees. Lanny finds went to San Jose that day and murmUl'ed.UStill, I suppose you were hundred dollars you cannot look into LIKE
her in her apartment, asleep. Then she "
playing with dynamite. this little mirror fifteen minutes with-
disappears, and McNamara learns that Interviewed the officials of the bank,
(} sho I Is living In Paris. He also discovers who, when he Hashed his shield, gave "We were," said Flynn, _"but no out averting your gaze. Want to earn THE first in
i.:. he is in love with Lanny. him all the information they pos more. The chief's, one of the biggest- the hundred?" step raising
sessed. Dan McNamara had artfully hearted men In the world, but a. picnic "I can't afford that much of a bet, prize-winning'stock is the )

CHAPTER IXContinued21 destroyed all the girl's police photographs egg if you rub him the wrong way. So Doc" careful selection.of parents

but [if she had secured a pass- we pussy-footed." "Well, then, we'll not bet, but If you sires and dams whose
: : port, Flynn argued to himself, she had "No fair man could deny the excellence can I'll give you a hundred dollars." characteristics have been

;:" "The instructions are tine but why left two of her passport photographswith of your pussy-footing. I know Stephen produced a hand mirror and determined through many

,.: commit forgery by signing Dau's name? the passport office, and Flynn all about it How about a wee Dock held it two feet in front of Flynn generations of perfect sires

: If the original is traced-" knew he could borrow one of them.Flynn's an' Doris?" Stephen suggested."There's and about six inches above the level of and dams. The same law

_;.- "I have signed it Mac and the world shield was an open sesameto an idea for you. Doctor." his glance. He took out his watch applies in the vegetable
Is filled with Macs When Dan has summoned the butler and "
the man in charge of the passport Stephen "Go he said. "And remember I'm The
\ reached his office, telephone him and ordered the drink. Flynn, with great If this Ferry'sPurchred
office. Two minutes after.his arrivalhe watching you. you get through Seeds
lell him to do something that will knew Nance Beldeu had secured a deliberation, produced Penelope's photograph test successfully there's hope for your Vegetable
: prove in any court he was in his office arteriosclerosis." you buy this year arc tho

when I filed this cablegram." passport.Employing, Identically the same "Do you know the lady?" he queried."I P. Flynn grinned and gazed. In children of generations of

Lanny relented. "You might makea means McNamara had employed, he think: I do, Sergeant" three minutes the effort oppressed him.Stephen's perfect plants. They will

detective, at that. traced Penelope Gatlin to Paris within "Who is she?" voice ,reached him as froma grow true to firmly 'established -

I Twenty minutes later Dan McNamara three days. But he had now to prove "Is there any reason why should distance. 'characteristics of

was listening to Lanny reading express an opinion?" .i1f. "You are going to sleep, Sergeant size, color, tenderness and
:, Stephen's cablegram over bis private "Not unless you choose to be good- Then, "You can't stand ir, Sergeant flavor.

line. "Excellent," was his sole com- nature I suppose you know you're You're going to sleep, I tell you-to
ment, "but print it In block letters. In Dutch for aiding and abetting an sleep."

Even a typewriter can betray one escaped- convict." r "I'm not," FI'nnpro\, ested drowsily, I
When Steve files this telegram have "Well just as his eyes closed and his head I
him pay 'for it with a hundred-dollar( "Naturally don't want to make fell forward on his breast.

bill and have him wear large black I the going hard for a man of your Stephen's soft hands stroked the de I,

goggles and the rim of his hat pulled I standing Flynn continued. tective's brow. "Why did you call to
down all the way round. The girl who "My dear sergeant, you would have see me?"

-. sr? receives it will think one crook Is started the fireworks: long ago if you "To get you to identify the photo-
... '
..I,.. M cabling another. If she's ever asked had anything tangible to' proceed graph," Flynn's voice was faint.

what sort of man filed it, her description upon." "Why was that necessary?"

of the sender, plus my own per- Flynn sipped his highball. "You're: Flynn hesitated, struggled a little,
fect alibi, will put me in the clear." being well paid for shielding this girl, but lay back quietly again as Stephen's II[CLASSIFIED ADS II

"How are we ro manage after she of course. I don't blame you a bit, but'ou're facile hands resumed their light mas-

has eluded the Paris police?" -} too big a figure in your profession saging. "Are .you going to oppose me,
to get into trouble with the Agents 33% Commission. Lingerie, hosiery,
McNamara sighed gustily. "Flynn Sergeant ,
lowest prices free samples bonuses. National -
fI will be in touch with her bank, and police. "No, Doctor." Keadj--to-Vtenr,1123 Broadv\nyJ ew. York
every time she cashes a draft on her "Dan McNamara Is my friend." "Will you answer questions truth-

letter of credit Flynn will: have 'a line Y "Well, Mac is out of it. He can't fully?" GLADIOLUS. Bargain mixture 100 bulbs
protect because he must protect $1. Finest mixture. 100 bulbs 150. J. B.
you The dead
on her address. "Yes, Doctor. tones were COKE: Wesleyan Drive* flacon Ga.Skin .
"You're no help," Lanny snapped, himself. It might Interest you to know and lifeless, for Flynn slept a hypnotic -

and-bung up. Half an hour later, from that Nance Belden and a lost heiress, leep.]

the cable company's main office, Penelope Gatlin are the same person, "Why was It necessary that I should
Stephen dispatched the cablegram.With and I have the Paris police watchingher identify the photograph?" Tormenl

Dan McNamara definitely out right now." "I've got to know before I act, Doctor -

I of the fight, Stephen felt lonely and ap "Are you quite certain the girl Is The matron at San Quentin says crackin Itching,roughness relieved.
still at that Paris address?" asked It's Nance Belden, but the photographis .easily
i prehensive. He wondered why the girl and improved with
, had fled to Paris in the face of DanMcNanhara's Stephen."I on the passport of Penelope Gatlin." : "

Instructions to flee to know It." "Why do you want this girl?" ResSllii-ol

Lower California, to enter which no "I know she Isn't-and the Paris po- "She's made a fool out of meandshe .
lice do not know where she is." "
can well to be let alone.
passport is required. He asked: Lanny. pay
"Do you? "You're not interested in seeing her
"Oh, that's no mystery, Stevie. I
brought home from the office, intending. "No, but if I did I wouldn't tell you." returned to prison?" NEED BUILDING-UP ?
;.. Instantly Something Clicked In His "Look here," said Flynn. "What's It
"Not a d-n bIt Doctor. Why
show '
to It to Dan, an article by cele-
a Brain: and He Knew He Was on worth to your young girl friend to Mrs. T. E. Adams of
should I?
brated plastic surgeon of Paris. Pene- 1205 No. Franklin St., Plant
the Trail of Nance Belden "
lope read it with great Interest. She Again. have me lay off the case? "That name, Penelope Gatlin, Is ,bad City, Fia., said: "I was in
"I'll dollars In Con- such a weakened state of
r'..- went to Paris to consult this French that Penelope Gatlin and Nance Bel- you twenty luck, Stephen warned. "Never repeatit 'health, I could scarcely standon
!(, and also have den were one and the same so federate currency. You were offered to a human soul. If you do It may my feet. I suffered from
< pIes of her new nose drawn by a competent he Interviewed the United States marshal money once mean your death. And your oldest : ;:vr < miserable as could be-did!
', artist." who secured for him one of the They looked: at each other searchIngly child will be kidnaped, tortured and not feel like lifting my hand But
to do anything.
I "So that's how the Paris police In girl's passport photographs. Armed then both''' laughed. "I see there" killed." Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery soon
, ain't much use pumpln' you Doc, "Oh, God, no !" Flynn cried out In had me feeling fine-my appetite returned I
[ formed Dan she was having her por- with this, Flynn crossed the bay to San gained in weight and strength and was ableto
, admitted. "Well fellow can'tbe
Flynn a
trait done by an American artist, eh? Quentin. agony. attend to my household duties without
ruled off for trying. Gatlln feeling all worn-out. All druggists.
I suppose It will be her luck to be In "Is that Nance Belden?" he asked "You must forget Penelope
"When were you to see a doctor and Nance Belden. Will you?"
I a hospital undergoing the operation the matron. I WNU-7 15-35
I when the Paris police receive word to "That Is Nance Belden," was the "Yes, Doctor.
"At the age of twent -two, Why? TO BE CONTINUED. I
deport her, reply.
"I'm afraid she's balled everythingup From the ferry he went at once to FEEL TIRED ACHY-
Stephen.' Flynn will have the num- the home of Mrs. Rudolph Meiton. He New Safety Glass Disintegrates Into ,
ber of her passport.and Dan will have stuck the photograph under her nose "
Small Crystals Edges Are Not SharpThe "ALL WORN OUT ?
.. no time to fix a new passport photo- and asked gruffly : "Is .that Penelope ; .-
graph on to It. They'll not trust to the Gatlin?"
consists of all the safety value of glass of the Get Rid of Poisons That
usual glass a
photo to Identify her If she tries to A tremor ran over Mrs. Merton'sface safety
land. They'll) check up on the passport It seemed to Flynn that she was sandwich of two sheets of glass be laminated type. An Impact sufficiently Make You HI

, f number also." frightened, disturbed. tween which is a thin sheet of cellu- violent to pierce the outer skin will a constant backache keepingyou

t "Will you never cease discussing "Well?" he demanded "You can'texpect loid or similar material, the whole cause the whole of the glass to disin- miserable? Do you suffer

i; this miserable business, Lanny the police to find your missing bonded together with transparent cement tegrate into small crystals, resembling burning, scanty or too frequent
, Stephen burst out. Irritably.. "If It daughter If you don't help. Is this her granulated sugar, the edges of whichare urination; attacks of dizziness
! I hadn't been for you we wouldn't be In picture or isn't it?" A new type of safety glass, costing not sharp. rheumatic pains, swollen, feet and
, this wretched predicament" "I-I don't know. I have never heardof only about half as much to make and ankles? Do you feel tired nervousall
When the free from toward Called Greateit Falls -= unstrung? .
captain of detectives called her before. the tendency separa-
Then give some thought to your
c.t..!. & I,; In Detective Sergeant P. Flynn and related "Never heard of her Why, she's tion and discoloration, has been developed Victoria falls in the Zambesi river, kidneys. Be_ sure .they, function
: .r to him the tale told to him by your daughter!" according to the Glass Digest. Rhodesia, Africa, frequently is called properly, for functional kidney dis-
Mrs. Rudolph Merton, Flynn gave no "I haven't any daughter" It consists of a simple plate of glass the greatest falls In the world. David order permits poisons to stay in
sign of being particularly Interested.' "Why, you called on the captain of subjected to a special process of heat Livingstone discovered it In 1S55: The tho blood and upset the whole sys-

Carefully and methodically he ar detectives and asked him to find your treatment and cooling, which alters Its falls are broken into four parts by Islands tem.Use
ranged in his mind the facts as stated, daughter. What do you mean by tell- characteristics. The plate-glass is lowered and great columns of mist rise Doan's Pills. Doan's are for
and when he left the presence of his ing me you've never heard of her?" into a furnace by tongs and when from the gorge. Directly opposite the the kidneys cleanse only.the blood'They help of health-
superior all he knew was that be was "I tfan't remember I don't know. about to become molten Is removed and cataract at the same height and from destroying kidneys poisonous waste. Doan's:

to strive to recover a lost heiress by Oh, please, please don't ask me I t Some- placed In a cooler. This causes the SO to 240 feet away is another preci Pills are used and recommendedthe
name, Penelope Gatlin, and that she think terrible will happen I-I-" outer surfaces to acquire an exceed pice. The only outlet for the water world over. Get them from any
had'a nose that should make her recognizable "You refuse to Identify this photo ingly hard skin. Between these two that goes over the falls is a gorge only druggist.

anywhere. as that of Penelope Gatlin?" Flynn skins the rest of the glass is held 100 feet wide and the torrent roars

After nine hours of refreshing slum- was growing Irritated. tightly In compression.It through it after thundering over the DOAN'S PILLS

l\er, Flynn proceeded to ponder the case Finally she had hysterics and a maid is said that the new glass retains cataract.


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The Clewiston News around the bases. We have reason to northern or western portion of the accompanied by Mr.. Thomas and -

be proud of it, and of the team. Let's state and the next term from centralor their daughter, Mary Louise, are I
all pitch in and make it a real base- You Wreck 'Em
Published Friday In Clewiston, southern-Futch from the central visiting relatives in Tampa and
every ball season. You know the team can
week-end.l I
CLEWISTON NEWS, -Hodges from the Safety Harbor for the
Florida, by the do only so much. The rest is left norththeyare Miss Mae Drew is planning a visit'to We Fix 'Em

Inc. up to the fans, without plenty of nominated by caucus at the end Sebring. Miss Luplle: Hamptonand

whom no baseball season is a suc- of the session.-J. J. Parrish of Ti- Miss Livonia Congdon will visit PAINTING BODY AND \
Bowden Editor
Keathley cess. tusville, one of the ablest has a good at their homes in LaBelle and Alva. FENDER WORK r.7

chance next session-that would S TOPS SEAT COVERS
Entered: as second class mail matter make the second senator to become I
Have you ever watched the mall :MARY'S: CHURCH
February 1, 1927, at the Post twice president-the other was the CATHOLIC
and from the
being transported to
Office in Clewiston, Florida, under never father of the present senator from I by An Expert
train and the Post Office. We:
the Act of March 3, 1897. Jaspen-president pro tern seldom Courteous Service
fail to chuckle at the sight. That
Father F. J. I
rise above that honor-sorta like a Finnegan, Pastor Work Guaranteed.
mail trailer of Si's lacks a good 12
Subscription rate $2.00 per year. vice president of the U. S.-Florida Confessions before Mass. Prices Reasonable.
or 18 inches of tracking the car it
Advertising rates en application. needs more legislative space-the Mass on Sunday Morning at 8:30.
is attached to, and the effect is lu-
capitol building is scarcely large Mass at St. Mary's Church, Pa*
Devoted to the advancement and dicrous. You'll give him plenty of
enough to house the business of the hokee, at 10:30 every Sunday
welfare of Clewiston and Hendrj; room if you pass him, too.
government seperate legislath!
County. building with space for a museum neastng aCHe
It looked for a week or so as
and the state library would be One of the must \alunble .lIualities BELLE GLADE PHONE 10
though Mr. Tippey might have a lit-
splendid-and there is some talk..-- which the average man [possesses b l Wrecker Service at All Hours I
Don't scold Willie for breakinghis tle rest. But he got busy Building a
SOME PREDICTIONS-Gomez will the belief that !he Is shove the aver-
promises. He may; grow up to be feed mill for Allhands and Williamson -
be pi/3ident of the senate in 1939-- 11::e.-Ottawa ('itix:,>n
governor, or something, says the at Moore Haven, and now he
the present session will run' more
Winter Haven Herald. has some buildings waiting on him
than 60 days-and will probably
here. At least two homes and a garage jo'f COTTAGEFOR
equal the troublous session 1931

Add to list of new inventions apartment. What with a new in excitement and thrills-thp sales
lumber yard right in our midst, so A. J. LITTLE RENTG.
perspiration resisting shirt collar, a tax will pass-and the chairf store

non-spotting tie and a rain repellent to speak, we may break forth witha bill will not-there will be- fewer L. Cantrell 2 Miles
real building boom at moment. OsteopathBy ,
painted straw hat. Do we hear three any judicial circuits but just a's many

cheers from the men? -- circuit judges-more attaches in East of Clewiston On
We there's been trek AppointmentLAKE
see a steady
both houses than last session which

Ripley reports a loaf of bread 72 to the Indian mound, despite the was a record breaker-more commissions HARBOR, FLORIDA HighwayJ.

years old; In perfect condition, own- fact that we gave only a rather and bureaus created thanin

ed by Lillian Land of Hartford, Co ,- vague description of its location in any past session-and more ad-

necticut-must be genuine hard the paper last week (by request). ditional.taxation-schools will receive M. COUSE

tack. News travels via the grapevine route i even more than they asked for .:.::":N:N::HNN:"::NNHN :M:NHti NN:..:..:N:

pretty fast. I -and the tax payers less-the next :: Counselor and Attorney at Law
As far South as Tampa and Sara- The old negro who is digging the governor will NOT announce his : New and Used Hopkins BuildingWednesdays

sota, Florida's Gulf coast got a taste, trenches in which the search is start- candidacy at the Wakulla picnic the Y I and Saturdays

a genuine taste, of the Western; dust ed can give you some enlighteningand first Saturday in MaySergeantJohn :r FURNITUREBELLE -i:: 9:30 to 4:00Cantrell's .

storms. Secretary Dern said the dirt ( original) opinions about the W. Kelly of Live Oak and Lake I {

was from Oklahoma. Only prevail- mound and the people who inhabited Wales will be re-elected sergeant at _

ing winds carried the larger portion it. He can also describe the here-
arms for the 1937 session-Senator Stock Farm
of the dust clouds over into the At- after to which souls of these bones Holland of Bartow will successfullymake GlADE !

lantic kept Florida from having a departed. The opinions he has gathered Buys and Sells*'"'

general dust storm.:. ed with from his visitors own to beliefs the mound and inter-mix- the next the ten gubernatorial years-Hon.race Bob within Driverof :;=: FURNITURE COMPANY _:: Cattle, Hogs, Mules

the House will NOT run against I '

The legislators are determined to pretations form a rich mixture. Holland next election.-Sims of + Belle Glade Florida .;- and Poultry.
seek every source from which taxes The age and scientific importanceof the .. ... I
will make .
Highlands county .:. ..
might be collected. Last week Sena- the bones, pottery and whatnot front pages before the session is .:. Next Door To Theatre, .:. I Located 2 miles East'of Clewiston

'- tor Smith, of Lake City, introduced. being found here are _a matter for over-Starry the new chief clerk of I on Highway.

a bill to tax all dogs as one of the i discussion. I the house will make a record for .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
means for producing revenue for old I
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efficiency despite his youth-the, lit-
age pensions. The bill calls for $1.00 I With shelles of an age and variety ..
tle county-big county fight will be I --
yearly on males and $2.00 on fe- that make them important to con- -' _
renewed-all the citrus legislationwill I ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON
males. The senator said there were chologists being found in our lake, REQUEST
pass with but few minor chang-
about 1,000,000 dogs in Florida.- and bones and relics on the land we
es-liquor laws will be passed with
Wauchula Advocate. Probably cor- may yet find ourselves in a center of '
C.: E.
little difficulty-and the legis- STEBEL
rect, but there aren't more than scientific investigation. Explains the marvelous W///or
lators will be glad to get back homeif Treatment which ii bringing
10,000 people who will pay the dog- amazing relief.Sold on Ironclad Electrical
haven't their constituents will permit Contracting
tax. So there you are, the tax wouldbe Personally, we botheredthe money-back guarantee.PRICELESS

another case where anticipation shells but we did scratch the them-adjourned. INFORMATIONfor PHONE 2121
I those Buffering from
exceeds realization. surface of the Indian mound. Our STOMACH OR DUODEN'.L I PAHOKEE, FLCRIDA
first find turned out to be an elder- C bs SPtE ULCERS. POOR DIGESTION -



The Fort Dryers News-Press spoke pottery. A companion on the jaunt ACHES.SLEEPLESSNESS DUE TO EXCESS OR ACID.Ask HEAP. I I

bather accurately for the average brought forth a portion of a jaw SCHOOL'STUDENTS for Afreo copy of Willard'3 Message. "C.. RANGES AND
are Authorized WilLard Dealers.
consumer: "There is room for both bone, several teeth intact. It will be ENJOY LEVEE TRIP APPLIANCESHAVE

the chains and the independent mer- turned over "to Doc Ezelle, who may Alston Ding Co. Clewiston, Fla. I -

chant. They can exist profitablyside know whether it's human, bovine, The high school students, accomp- ,-- ,.-

by side in in any community.and One canine or feline. anied by their instructors, Professor ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................../. .-"-'"4'
specializes bargains volume; : Stanley, Miss Vilma Rhodes, Miss : "

the other in quality and service. Eva Mae Freen, Miss Livonia Cong- :;: YOU SEEN THE NEW ..:..

What each has to offer is desired by With TheLegislators don, Miss Dorothy Lockhart and Mr.
the The has :;: WILLIAMS ICE-O-MATIC ::
public. legislature no B. E. Herring, enjoyed a trip overa

right to tell the public what it must portion of the levee project Tuesday America's Most Economical Electric ::

take. The public should have whatit afternoon.The .

wants. If it wants to get rid of trip was made possible :: Refrigerator ::;::

chain stores it can do so by the through the courtesy of Lieutenants Y Y
::: Can be purchased with no money down and as low as ::;
simple expedient of not trading with Selee and Mills, each of whom con- .

them. There are good reasons why By Vernon Lamme ducted a party on the tour. is::: '$7.75 per month. :i:

one shouldn't but these Staff
reasons Correspondent The parties motored to Bare

should be explained, argued and ad- Beach and viewed Drainage Culvert :!:: CLEWISTON RADIO SHOP ::
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vertised, not legislated into com- number 3, then went on to Miami .i. Authorized R. C. A. Victor Sales and Service 1.u

pulsion." Tallahassee, April 18-T hose Locks to visit the completed Hurri- ::. .t.

who seem to know will tell you that cane Gate at the Miami Canal. Por- :: Clewiston Drug Co. Clewiston, FloridaN :;:

the anti-chain store bill as now writ- tions of completed and partially .: :M:N:N:N:..:N N:N H.:N::N N:.:.:N N H N..:..:N N:.1.:N::N:N N:N:N N:N N N N..:N N.:N:N N I:N N:.:N:Ii Ii.
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-and while peace seems to be

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houses there is some smoke seen dredge General and had the intrica- -

around the edges and it is likely that cies c"it operation explained to .' 'i'I

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. sniping will start at most any mom- them.

ent-it is always dangerous for any On the whole the trip was one of I

The baseball season opened Tues- member of the house or senate to the most interesting experiences of I

day.-One time of the year when we let it be known that he has aspira-
the school year, and the students :
get our money's worth out of the ra tions for a seat in the executive of- and faculty appreciated the 'court I CLEWISTON 60LF i i!

dio. It's surprising how much of the fice-there are too many members esy extended to them by the U. S. .

excitement and pleasure of a base- who feel they are equally qualified Engineers. _

ball game a'real announcer can for the job and the knifing and back

bring us over. the air. biting starts-Buddy Bishop the HEALTH PLAY PRESENTED COURSE !!

And we wonder how the broadcastof
speaker of the house wants to be -- 'i
the Senate doings would have Commissioner of Agriculturehepicked On Monday a health play "Takingthe ':. .;.

sounded-If the public had not decided out the hardest man in the Picnic to the School" .
pre- I
:: '
it could struggle with- :;., ::
along cabinet to beat when he opposes Na- sented in the Clewiston school under : '< ,; .-.--
out knowing just what the Senators than Mayo-there is talk of Dan the direction of Mrs. Mildred l :_: '- .;.

were up to. We strongly suspect that Chappell for governor-Hon. Fred Frison, Hendry county public health I '_' .1'.
the baseball announcer would have P. Cone also .i' .I.
a gubernatorial possi-
nurse who is working under the
,, the larger audience. bility always looks twice at the oil FERA. : I

Before we leave the subject painting of himself it in '
as hangs the ::
Baseball had an auspicious begin- Senate chamber-once when he i II I
ning in Clewiston. The Clewiston- comes'' in and again when he leaves 0 t to the Pllbllc

Engineer team won its first game the chamber-if the appropriationbill The Parent-Teachers Association J pen ] I !

' Sunday, playing the adept SFD (as is not passed within the first meeting, will be held in the school

the Sebring Fire Department is month of the proceedings there will auditorium next Friday (April 26th)

known) in the pretty Ridge city be nothing to stop an extra session at the usual hour. The meeting was 9 A

north of us. Clewiston brought home -and it looks like hot
a long sum- postponed from today on account of
the bacon. May many other piecesof mer.-Carl Hanton will make an excellent the date falling on Good Friday. 9 .
pork follow during the season. member of the Okeechobee) :: :::

Much work has been done on the Flood Control Board -there is some EASTER VACATION ENJOYED _

local diamond, and it will be in talk of an Archeological Survey of : .

first class condition for the game the state, looking toward the con- Today being Good Friday, school ":': I :1 i: i:,: -
here 'Sunday-with Fort Myers, by servation of Indian mounds and relics was dismissed for the day '
so stu-
the way. The Engineers don't do -Senator "Doc" Smith in the dents have full opportunity to atI ::1 1 Moderate Green Fees 1 1

things by halves, they raised about upper house and Sam Getzen in the
tend church services.
$125 for the team last :!: Exceptional Fairways ::
Friday at lower were elected by but one vote Several of the teachers are taking I

the surveyed dance., plotted That ,diamond blueprinted has been and -one Is of Johnnie the busiest Beacham-and men in the senate Doe- advantage short Easter of the vacation.opportunity Miss Vilma for a I ::: ,I interesting GreensN. .:::

we doubt not photostated, a few in the house one of the best liked- Rhodes left yesterday for her home i
times this week. Anyway, It looks the :!:, I:;:
president pf the senate is usually in Oakland, and Miss Eva Mae Green "
like a big league diamond, with clay I selected from the .
body of the left this morning for Plant City to . . : . .
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.o.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. Mrs. T. B. Shelley, who spent the Illinois, guest of her daughter, Mis.I tained with an informal tea yesterday -I plans, but it is probable that tho

0 week-end with her mother in Day- Francis M. Wright; Mrs. F. Edward afternoon in honor of Mrs. Vir- I houses will remain
open through
:_: Personal Mention :: tona, Mrs. C. R. Cruze, who visited Bryant, of Palm Beach, guest of her ginia Mosely, a guest of Mrs. Fred another season, at least, to see if

: : her mother in St. Cloud, and Mrs.B. ,daughter, Mrs. F. Deane: Duff; Mrs., Hill. The guests invited were Mrs. the catches of catfish bream

.:NN. :..:NN. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:MN. :N:..:N:..:..:N:..:.:.. E. Nail, Jr., who visited a sisterIn Virginia Moseley: of Clearwater, (. Mosely, Mrs. Hill, Mrs. W. M. Redel- crappie justify their remaining, and in

; Mr. .and Mrs. R. C. Wilson were Orlando, returned to their homesin guest of her sister-in-law Mrs. Fred I sheimer, Mrs. Max Meluh, Mrs. C. L. business.

in Fort Myers Saturday. Clewiston Tuesday. Hill.Other I I Downs, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. Passage of the bill will have a

,> --- -- guests invited to Wednes H. A. Bestor and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt. widespread effect on residents of the

Mrs. Paul Irons is leaving today day's party were Miss Livonia Cong- northeastern shore
C. A. Wurtel of Miami wa a Business of the Lake, the
visitor hero Tuesday.Mr. for her home in St. Petersburg, after don, Mrs. Dave Alston, Mrs. Horace THE COMMUNITY: CHURCH majority of whom are dependent on

spending the winter with Mr. Irons, Bestor, Mrs., M. W. Bigg, Mrs. Carl Rev D. Jenkins Williams, Minister trap fishing for a living when truck

and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley were government inspector on the levee Berner, Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Mrs. Sunday, April 21, 1933 farming fails and the effect will be

visitors in Miami Tuesday project. Mr. Irons accompanied her Keathley Bowden, Mrs. Clyde Byrd, 9:45 :: 'noticeable in the business houses of
and will return the first of the week. Mrs. W. A. Davis, Mrs. Milton H. ,a. m. Sunday School. A* Moore Haven which is the center of
10:45 Atfthisservice
Howard Smith of Orlando was in -- Crouch, Mrs. John Dotterer, Mrs.J. a. m. Church the Lake Okeechobee commercial

Clewiston on business Monday.T. R. L. Dosh left yesterday for Miami W. Ezelle, Mrs. C. I'. Goodman, parents are invited 'to fishing industry
I where he has accepted employ- Miss Eva Mae Greene, Miss Vii: present their children for infant
baptism. I
B. Shelley and A. W. Sias madea I ment. Mr. Dosh was connected with ginia Gallant, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Miss
p. m. Miss Lock-
business! trip to Palatka this week. the office of the City of Clewistonand Lucile Hampton, Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, hart Supt. IS NEARING COMPLETIOX
has been a popular member of Mrs. R. Selee, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli.
7:45 m. Special musical
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Digges the Clewiston diamond ball team Mrs. E. W. Digges, Mrs. E. L. Stew- p. service.
were art Mrs. Mark Easter Cantata by the choir, (Moore Haven Democrat)
':visitors in West Palm Beach yester- this season. R. H. Knight, Mrs. augmented
day. --- Lawler, Mrs. J. K. Mowry, 11rs.V.. by. friends. Construction of the feed mill
A. H. Brown, assistant engineerof H. Mills, Mrs. C. E. Mills, which is to house the offices and
Jj R. Bell of Lakeland was a business the Jacksonville office of U. S. Mrs. W. C. Hooker, Mrs. C. E. storage rooms of the Williamson-
visitor here the first of the Engineers, was in Clewiston this Miner, Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mrs. F. BILL I Allhands Feed Mill, begun about ten

week. week and addressed the local Ki- R. Maxwell Mrs. 'J. Grady Niblack, I days ago, is progressing rapidly and
Moore Haven Democrat
wanis Club Wednesday evening on Mrs. Gayle McFadden, Mrs. C.V.. ) should be completed within a very
W. P. Asten of New York City is accident prevention work. Mr. Brownis McDonald, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, The bills introduced into the Leg I short time. J. F. Tippey, of Cl wis-

spending some time in Clewiston on in charge of the safety, work of Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. G. C. Poole, islature last week by Senator Futch. ton, is the building contractor in

business. the Florida district.Accompanying Miss Vilma Rhodes, Mrs. G. B. of Lake County, in the Senate and charge of construction. .,

Rackstraw, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. Representative Kennedy, also ot | The building, of frame construction ;

Mrs. Mark Lawler and Mrs. J. W. the baseball play- W. M. Redelsheimer, Lake in the House to prevent the I is twenty-four feet wide and .,

Ezelle were visitors in West Palm ers to Sebring for the first gameof ,Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. R. sale of black bass caught from Flor I sturdily constructed with rough

Beach Tuesday.Mrs. the season Sunday .afternoon were N. Smith, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. ida lakes were acted upon favorablyby lumber being used for foundations ;
Pete Wilson, W. H. McCracken, A. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. G. B. Thomas, the committees in each of the leg- and supports to take advantage of :

V. A. Allen and Mrs. H. 0.1 N. Gallant, Mr. and' Mrs.., W. S. Cow- I Mrs. M. E. VonMach, Mrs. Ivan_ Van islative houses Tuesday and is ex 'the extra strength. The office and ,;

Peters were business visitors in West art, Page and Alice Cowart, Geo. F. Horn, Mrs. V. A. Allen, Mrs. C. E. pected to go to the floor for a vote the remainder of the first floor will '

Palm Beach'Friday.. Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Mowry, Nail, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs H. T. within a very short time.A provide storage space for the finished ;..'

-- Hooks Vaughn! Jr., Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, delegation of In the .-'
A. L. Hackett, W. W., E. W. Glades county cit. product. second story

Miss Eva Mae Greene spent the Digges, G. A. McAuley, Joe God Mrs W.: F. Simpson, Mrs. R. D. izens, directly interested in keeping I the machinery for mixing the feed .
;i. weelt-end in Fort Myers visiting Mr. Whiddon, Mrs. M. E. Yenawine, Mrs.C. f
frey and Hubert Land. Lake Okeechobee open to bass fish- will be operated. Endless belts will

trand Mrs. Paul Jones I F. Trainor, Mrs. J. F. McLure, ing, met with the committees in Tal- carry sacked material between tho ':.

NICKY SCHIFFLI CELEBRATES Mrs. George Yon, of South Bay, Mrs.G. lahassee but the attitude taken by" two floors eliminating a large part : :
Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. McKenzie L. Royal of Miami Locks, Mrs..H. ,i
NINTH BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY members of ,the committees indicated of the hand labor.
I returned Sunday from a short stay H. Turner, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt Miss
that the fight has been waged to The hammer mill which grinds -:
at their home in Lakeland.
: II Nicky Schiffli celebrated his ninth Mae Drew, secure its passage had had its ef- the dried grasses will be located adjacent -

I -- birthday yesterday afternon with a Mrs. Paul Irons, Mrs. F. A. Mc- fect and there was little anyone to this building and the
I Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fleming of I
: party at the home of his parents, Dr. Kenzie, Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart, Miss could do to prevent or delay the ., ground grasses will be blown

South Bay were among the visitorsat and Mrs. O. F. Schiffli. Dorothy Lockhart, Mrs. G. H. Small, passage of the bill. An effort was through a chute to the top of the 0 _

the local golf course Sunday. The youngsters who gathered to Mrs. Leah Spicer, Mrs. L. H. Rob-T also made by the delegation, working -:I building and down into the mixing .-:

help Nicky enjoy his birthday cake bins, Mrs. George W. Sparks, Miss with Glades County's representative room where it. will be sacked before

Miss Betty Spicer, who is attend- and an afternoon of ,outdoor games Wilma Douglas, Mrs. D. J. Williamsand Hon., R. Boe, to have an amend I being mixed with other inured'ents ;
ing business school in Miami, spent
Red- Miss Evelyn McArthur. ment tacked onto the bill which
were Sonny Boy Vaughn, Billy into the finished feed. :j
the her here.
week-end at home
I elsheimer, Dicky Owen, James and would have allowed bass to be ship- '

Alfred Southard, Francis Wright, MRS. DAVIS ENTERTAINS WITH ped from Lake Okeechobee by com- .:",
Mrs. M. H. Crouch and daughter !
John Poole and Dick Schiffli. mon carrier under a permit number,
Jo Ann relatives "in I
are visiting
I with a stiff fine, jail sentence and FOR SALE-1930 Ford Business
Foley, Alabama, for several days. Mrs. W. A. Davis entertained at
MILLIE: BOURNE ENTERTAINS revoked dealers' license for viola 1t Coupe. Engine, tires and body in
'-- TO CELEBRATE 8TH BIRTHDAY '| The Barracks Friday afternoon with on. The amendment was also voted I excellent condition. $195.00 cash.
Russell D. Whiddon returned I
-- I ja bridge party and shower honoringMrs. down by the committee.In Call Miss Carr, 6589 West Palm
Tuesday from a week's visit with Terrell. Mrs. H. J. B. J'
I relatives and friends in Gainesville.Mrs. I Mrs. B. A. Bourne entertained a George the House the bill was acted Beach, or write P. O. Box 2075
received high prize
Scharnberg score
group of children' Friday afternoonon upon by a joint committee composed ': West Palm Beach.
!i and Mrs. A. A. Munroe prize for of the Fish and Game Committeeand
the lawn of her attractive home,
Charles 'E. Lear returned the
low score Mrs. J. H. Presley won
first of the week from a ten days' honoring the 8th birthday of her cut prize for bridge players and 1\Irs.j the Conservation Committee.The ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :.':":":..:.':'.:.':":'.:< daughter, Millie. only dissenting vote was cast
visit with friends on the East Coast. After: enjoying numerous games! A.Mrs.L. Davis Terrell"was cut prize presented for tea guests.withan : by Mr. Boe, Vive-Chairman of the :: B''TBllGLADES :;:

on the lawn, the children were serve Fish and Game Committee. In the
Mrs. Fred A. Flanders and Miss arry of beautiful and useful gifts. Senate committee the vote five :;: FUNERAL :|!=
Katherine Pittard of Moore Haven ed the delicious birthday cake,, The invited Mrs. Pat- was ; ;
guests were and two Favorable actionon
which was beautifully decorated and ayes nays.
of friends here Wednes-
were guests Howard Mrs. G. R. .
adorned with eight lighted candles. sy Fort Myers; the part of these committees is :: HOME |:
day. Hatch, of Sears; Mrs. H. J. B.
taken to the bill will
Novelty Easter egg favors were giv- mean go x
/ :: en to the little guests. Scharnberg, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, through both houses with littleor Y
-t. Miss Dean and Miss Helen Steed
1a : of arrived Mon- Millie received lovely gifts from Mrs. A. A. Munroe, Mrs. J. F. Tip- no difficulty and if signed by the ::: Licensed Funeral Directors :XI !:
Augusta, Georgia,
Mrs. A. L. Davis Mrs. J. M.
pey, Governor will close Lake and Embalmers
day for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. her young friends. The guests included Davis Mrs. Nathan Terrell Mrs. A. Okeechobee *
Margaret and Sue Von Mach, as well as all other fresh water
W. Bruce.W. Julia Ann and Nora Oglesby, Fay O. Ward, Mrs. L. N. Giles, Mrs. J. H. lakes of the state to commercial :Ijt:: Ambulance Service :%i:

W. Schaller of Jacksonville Lou Mitchell, Sonny Vaughn, Billy I Presley, Mrs. J. W}. Ezelle, Mrs. Page black bass fishing after the present f f
McArthur, Miss Ulla Jacobsen, Miss which ends 1. :$;: :SX ::
;f and C. S. Hamilton of Atlanta, were Redelsheimer and Hervey and Ed- Marcia Avant, Mrs. Joe Godfrey, season May CLEWISTOX' PHONE 328
transacting business in Clewiston ward Bourne. Until the bill has definitely been .i'
: Mrs. J. E. Butler, Mrs. Lloyd Bullen, :_: PAHOKEE, PHOXE 2301 ..
this week. passed the fish :alers here are i
: :
Mrs. M. D. Royal, Mrs. Max Meluh. ***
WEINER ROAST ENJOYEDBY Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs.. Dave Alston, making no announcement of future I..: i..:..'N t.:..:M..:ti..:.i..:..:..:..:.:..:-:.i..:.i..:N N:.
Mrs. E. J. Fallen returned FRIENDLY: BIBLE CLASS I
Sunday H. A. .
I| Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. -

i j i to after her a home week's in Brunswick visit with, Mr.Georgia and, Members of-the -Friendly Bible' Bestor, Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Mrs. C. :;:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...

R. Cruze, Mrs. G. C. Poole, Mrs. I.
Class and their friends al|
Mrs. A. V. Southard. enjoyed '
: M. Pafford, Mrs. H. R. Hall and EASTER MORNING :;:
weiner roast on the prairie south ofWhidden's .
Mrs. George Terrell. .. .'
Keathley Bowden returned Wednesday Coiner Monday evening.

,,1 J. from Tallahassee, where he Weiners and coffee were cooked ov- MRS SCHARNIJERG'S :;: At 9:45: at the Community Church the *

has been visitor at the session of I er the camp fire and group singingwas :
.! the legislature for several days. enjoyed after supper was serv .I TEA THURSDAYMrs. :*: Friendly Bible Class will present the Cru- ::

: I ed. !I i Herman Scharnberg enter- :::: sifiction and Resurrection in song and :;:

Mr. and Mrs. James W. Bruce returned Among those attending were Mr. J ::: Music Mrs. Fred Nebiker Miss i
Sunday' from Danville, Virginia and Mrs. A. V. Southard and children :: story. by ::

:; where they visited a brother James, Alfred and Eleanor, Mr. _:;: Marion Leydig and Mr. Robert Smith. :;:
and Mrs. H. O. Peters and LaDeen, .s
of Mr. Bruce who is seriously ill. LEGAL NOTICES
r I Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Allen, Mr. and :;: Readings by Mrs. G. Poole. :;:

Mrs. F. M. Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. ,A. H. King, James, Owen and
'I ,..... T. A. Burt, Nancy and Francis Elizabeth Winn, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
Pafford and Anne, Mr. and Mrs. G.
1 h, j Wright spent Sunday; on a fishing C. Poole and John, Dr. and FLORIDA IN AND FOR HEXDIlY .:N:N:1.:..:N:M:N:N:N:N:N N'N:N:N:N N:N N H N:..:N:..:N:.:N:N:N:N N:N:..:N:N N:N H N:N N:..:..:N:N:N'N:N N N:..:N.
trip at Pine Island, near Fort My COUNTY. IX CHANCERY.
D. J. Williams, Mr. and Mrs.
ers. 1\Irs'j

--- Hall and Jimmy, Mr and Mrs. ANNA MAY TURPEN, ) .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:.

; !; Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Burt, and son, Herring, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. \ Complainant, ) ?.. .:,
John Burt of Urbana Illinois ald, Carolyn and Sonny, Mr. and vs. )
visiting their daughter and sister, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Gene and Solon, ,

; Mrs. Francis M. Wright and her Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. Defendant. DIVORCEIt ) J: TO YOUR HOME? .::
;I family. Olin Carleton, Mrs. M. R. Lawler
I appearing by affidavit appended f f
and Peggy, Nancy Wright, Mrs.
to the sworn Bill of Complaintin Yon Can Borrow To ::
..' I'f": Mrs. F. Edward Bryant returned : Keathley Bowden and Kay, Dr. and the above entitled cause ,that the Up

to her home in Palm Beach yeiiter-I II Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Miss Marcia Avant defendant Vernor Lloyd Turpen is a

day after visiting her daughter. Mrs ''I and Miss Ulla Jacobsen. non-resident of the Stale of Florida; i $2 ()OO .:;.:
'.' :
F. Deane Duff, and Mr. Duff for] that there is no person in, the State ,

several days. ; MRS. DOWNS, MRS. IJEARDSLEY Chancery of Florida upon the service whom of would process bind in And Repay Over a Period of 36 Months :;:

the said defendant.It s =
; Dr. Charles W. Vandiver of La- is thereupon ordered that the :i; REQUIREMENTS : ::
Belle was in Clewiston on business Mrs. Claude L. Downs and Mrs ( defendant, Vernor Lloyd Turpen, band

the first of the week. Dr. Vandiver Is James E. Beardsley entertained a ;' appear to the Bill of Complaint
'; census enumerator for Hendry coun- large group of friends delightfully !!! in said cause on or before the 6th :;: 1. That the signers of the note )have: a gross income equal! :;!:

ty in the state census now underway. : at the Clewiston Inn on Wednesday ',I day of May, A. D. 1935, otherwise .i._ to at least five times the animal pa)men t on the note. ?

-- afternoon.Mrs. I i I' the allegations of said Bill of ComI :_s: 2 That jour mortgage, if any, and jour tax payments arc: up ::s:
Mrs. Mildred Frison of LaBelle M. P. Peterson was winner plaint will be taken as confessed by :. to date. +
; said ..
defendant. .
-: was in Clewiston Monday. 111'1'Fri' of high score prize, Mrs Fred Hill i .'. .:
; |I It is further ordered that the 3. That proceeds of loanproperty. will be used to iiiipro\e ;jour :;
is health
son Hendry county public second prize, Mrs. H. 11. Hall, third ,I above notice be published in the :: ::
'. nurse and supervised the presentation prize, and Mrs Richardson Selee, !' Clewiston News, a newspaper published i

::1.j of a health play in the Clewis fourth prize. Delightful remembrances in said County and State, oncea :;: SIMPLE !-Let us handle for you. :!:
ton School Monday. were presented by the hostesses week .for four consecutive weeks.

also to several guests: from out-of- :'I Done and ordered at LaBelle. :!: ADDRESS *

Miss Evelyn McArthur and Mrs. town: Mrs. C. E. Robbins, Jr., of Miami {Florida this llth day of March, A. =::
W. E. McArthur, of Slocum, Alabama guest of her sister-in-law, Mrs.
are house guests of Dr. and Beardsley; Mrs. S. W. DeLozier of :s: CLEWISTON, FLORIDA sj
Clerk Circuit Court,
Mrs.: JW Ezelle. The visitors are I Somerset Pennsylvania, guest of her 'i II. A. RIDER, :;: YARDS AT CLEWISTON, AHOKEE AND LAKE HARBOR :::

l'leter'and mother of Hi Cn McArtluir I mother Mrs, I. D. Leydlcj[ and her j I Solicitor for Complainant. t

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WHUT'S SHE 4 I I The prosecuting counsel was havinga ,
l little trouble with a rather difficult S. /

witness. exasperated by the man's ,
evasive answers, he asked him If he ;/-f
was acquainted with any of the jury.
LkiII II "Yes, sir more than half of them,"
I replied the man In the box.

II "Are you willing to swear that you
f II know more than half of them?" asked

jrrIiiiiLWHUT \\J/ counsel."If It. comes to that, I'm willing to.
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'em put together,""came defiantly from
the itness.-Answers Magazine.

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lou see I own one of the things myself -
When a girl leaves the house be-
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THE Barking AloudI'M I "Oh, yes," said Jones, "my wife needs at least one well-tailored frock
speaks six languages, you know" in her wardrobe, one that will take
r', GOMGr OVER I I APPRECIATE "Well, I shouldn't worry," put In his her smartly through long busy hours
'; MR. KfeMNELL THAT BUT friend. and bring her home at night looking
( JUST: WHAT Jones stared searchingly at him. as freshly dressed as when she start
I I IS vf'o Li R.OBJECTION. "What do you mean by that?" he ed. Designed along tailored. lines,
1.t' <3ET RID OF ? asked. this frock adds a becoming "little
His friend smiled back at him. boy" collar to irs youthful yoke and
:...., -. r "Well, she can't speak more than tops its, smart front bodice pleats ...
ti I one of them at a time, can she?". he with buttoned down tabs ,that look
: replied.-Answers Magazine. for all the world like two perky
,t' inII little pockets. The skirt' boasts a
HLi Weight of, Wo panel In front which ends in two
\ I 'l'ramp-Lady, won't you help a poor inverted pleats, and there is another
I I man that lost his family in the Yorkshire Inyerted pleat at the back. The fullback
ri > flood and all his money in a gathered to the yoke Is the last ,, .
[ ) : crash? word in chic.Pattern .
ei Housewife-Why. you are the same 20Sj Is available only in \..'
Y", man that lost a family in the South sizes: 10, 12, 14, 16 and IS. Size
.. Wales Hood and was shell-shocked dur I 16 takes 2% yards 54 inch fabric.
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t" I guy on the face of the earth.- Send FIFTEEN CENTS 15c) In
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SORR f ABOUT (Nr( Campaign Speaker-Fellow citizen TO STATE 'SIZE.
SINCE {OU WORSE \\1 I I -Ah-er-urn, as I was about to remark -, Address orders to Sewing Circle
HIS I believe that the generality of Pattern Department, 243 West Seven
NOT A man in general is disposed to take an teenth Street, New York City.
E. / undue advantage of the generality I
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Man In Audience-You better sw HIS VIEW
down.\ You're coming out at the same Blinks What do you think of this
hole you vent In at.-Pathfinder Mag home loan plan?
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about, haunt a home any more when
( Playing Safe you can't keep;: any of the family In
The hotel clerk was growing Impa It as Ions as there is gas enough In
: \\h tient as the prospect took so long to the tank of the car to get away
read the names on the register. "Just from it?-Cincinnati Enquirer.
L I. sign on that line, please," said the
II clerk. His Choice Too
l f The prospect was Indignant and re-
: :: He-What time should r come? ..
torted: "Young man, I'm too old a She-Can :you come after supper?
III hand to sign anything without readin' lie-Yes, that Is what I wanted fo
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just talking to. hold on you?" -
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Ideal Is shattered. with her? once." c
"What happened to It?"
I -That's Just It. I can't tell you
"She married It. : a relief It was to meet you. Voice o' the Mane *p _

Social Uplifter-Do you know that
That's Something one-half of the world doesn't know ,xh
Male Straphanger-Madam, you ', these ,problems are all how the other half lives?
standing on foot.
my ." Voice from the Rear-It's a good
Female Ditto-I beg your I II sorry, teacher. But 1 had to thing some people know enough to ? ..rya.
thought It
belonged to I
dow the man awful hard before I could even mind their own business.-Kansas City
them wrong I"-Washington Post. Star.

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gering to hear the remainder from the back seat. worn out In the rain without hurting. .
tale when the other it?
passengers Kofron-I will when you quit
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IMPROVED Antelope Sanctuary Russian InefficiencyThe Never Heard of 'Im

BRISBANETHIS UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Since the enclosure of 40 square Russian army was so poorly Clergyman (to father who has last

miles of Petrified Forest national equipped in 1915-10 that unarmedmen had his baby christened "Ho.mer"I )-

I monument to exclude cattle, antelope had to be sent into the trenchesto suppose Homer is your favorite

WEEKWar SUNDAY Lesson have begun to return to this area, wait until their comrades were poet?

reports a bulletin from the Depart- killed or wounded and their rifles Farmer-Poet? No sir! I keep
ment of the Interior. Now these an- become available.
By REV. P. B. FITZWATER. D. D., pigeons.-Cincinnati Enquirer.
Member of Faculty, :Moody Bible imals are finding sanctuary in a re-
? Who Knows? Institute of Chicago
Western Newspaper' : Union. gion where they have ranged.. from
Strange Hanging time Immemorial. How Does He
How Old Is Graft? Keep

'' What Arc Life and Dcath? Lesson for April 21
To keep clean and healthy take Dr. His Car So Beautiful !
Lloyd George says there will be no Plercc'a Pleasant Pellet. They regulate
war "this time," but some In Europe THE FUTURE LIFE (EASTER LESSON I liver, bowels and stomach.-Adv. That's just exactly what your friends are

do not agree. Mus- ) bound to say when you Simoniz your car.The
finish will sparkle like new again, and it will,
solini wants! ,France LESSON TEXT:: -Luke 24:1-12; John Gypsies "Go Modern" stay that way. So always insist on Simoniz I
\ and England to join 1416.: Michael Kwick, the king of the and Simoniz Kleener fory our car.
him In an agrees GOLDEN TEXT-1 am the resurrec- as
gypsies of Poland, has organizeda
; \ > ment to suppressany tion and the life; he that belleveth In
A shall he gypsy cabinet of seven "minis- '
me, though he were dead yet 1 1
outbreak affecting ive.-John Jl:25. ters." He and 15,000 of his people
.w i them. PRIMARY 'l'OPIC-Jc&uS Living declare they are tired of a wan-
France Is said to Again. t'
.Z TOPIC-Jesus dering life and arc asking the BritIsh -
? }j % have moved troopsfor JUNIOR INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- government for a reservation In
'"' ; defense to the IC-Life Here and Hereafter. Africa In which to settle.
;, German frontier, al YOUNG PEOPLE AND SENIOR TOPIC -
though it Is hard toM -Life in the Light of Eternity.

guess what those -
I I. God, the God of the Living (Mark
troops could do. If
.: Germany declared 12:20, 27). R-EGULAR PRIC-E OF
:' war it would be "If a man die shall he live again? i

with planes drop- Is an age-long question. It is allirma-

Arthur Brisbane ping explosives and tively: answered by both the universal \-UM-eT BAG POWDER
human conviction and the holy Scrip-
poison gas on Paris. No nation at war
Death does not end all. It Is
will sit In trenches for four or five tures. C."OW
not a leap into the hark It is rather ONLY 25POUND/M
;years, now that flying Is real.
door through which human
the: open
Britain going a long way around, of _
enters into the light
wisely, sends a ,suave statesman, Cap- personality '
freedom. Life itself is but a :
tain Eden, to Moscow to see Stalin of .
training school, a' preparation for the "
Russia. The talk, not published may
larger and higher life after death.
hare been like this:
Those who in their lifetime are in vital
fr- If England agrees to lielp you fight C
relation to Jesus Christ, the eternal
Japan, will you help against Germany, o
Life shall never die.
in-case of need?
II. The Resurrection of Jesus Christ

A British naval officer cut the throatof (Lul-e 24 :1-12).

a shipmate. In England ,they hang The supreme test of Christianity is

you for that. When hanging time came the resurrection of Jesus Christ from
Mrs. Violet Vandereist the dead. It matters little what ANDT
prosperous E NEW CAN ISI
while alive, if his
Jesus said and did
widow, opposed to the death penalty, '
hired two planes to fly back and forth body remained in the grave. If he I so EA El
above the'gallows, trailing banners did not come forth in triumph from
the tomb, then all his claims are
reading, "Stop the death sentence.
false. On the other hand, if he did '
While airplanes flew overhead, arise, all his claims are true. a

trucks drove back and forth before 1. The empty sepulchre (vv. 1-3) _

the jail with loud speakers bellowing a. The coming of the women (v.1).

"Abide With Me." As an expression of affectionate re-

The man that "killed his comrade gard for the Master, they came ,with @llW @ 41

sleeping," or however he did it, did spices for his body.b. warms Up

not "abide. He went through the What they found (vv. 2, 3)). When

trap., they came to the sepulchre they found .. : ... ... .. ... ..... ., .... .,. ...
The British believe in discouragingmurder the stone had been removed, but they : : : : : :' :}

and prompt punishment' seems found' not the body of Jesus. For IX'H: ; A t
to do It.Graft them to have found his body in the m GYPS I I 1 LOST ':';";/;? THE BALL RACK ::"::, OFF WIN A PRIZE ;:.:::':::. .
sepulchre would have been the world'sgreatest I'LL TAKE
and dishonesty are old, as old tragedy. The empty tomb { ALL MY MONEY AND I'LL SHOW 0 THREE BALLS "-

as human need and cunning. A papyrus spoke
written 1,200 years before Christ of the Son of God (Koui. 1:4). ':. BASEBALLS BEAT THAT

tells of three men tried for robbing a 2. The message of the men in shin- .
royal tomb. Egyptian kings were de- ing garments (vv. 4-8)). AT BOTTLES GAM

scended from the sods ; to rob their a. "Why seek ye the living among

,tombs was sacrilege, the punishment the dead?" (v. 5)). The angels' question

: ,. death. has continued to reverberate

A dishonest jeweler, putting base through the centuries.b. .

metal In a supposedly "pure gold" "tie is not here, but is risen"v.

crown for King Iliero was exposedby ( 0). Jesus, before he was cruci-

the great Archimedes, who thoughtout fied, had told them that the Lord

a ethocl in his bath and started must be betrayed and crucified and

the word "eureka" down through the that on the third day he would rise.

ages. 3. The women witnessing to the

eleven (vv. 9-11). Their thrilling testimony !-

Michael Angelo, building St. Peter'sat concerning the empty tomb and

Rome, complained to the pope of the words of the angels appeared to

the materials furnished by contractors the apostles[ :; as idle tales.
reminding his holiness that he, 4. Peter investigating (v. 12)). While THERE THEY GO !

Michael Angelo would make no profit the testimony of the women eemed as PICK OUT A PRIZE, ROW, KID. AND A DOZEN

from St. Peter's except "benefit to my idle tales, Peter was not of the temperament 4 BUB, AND WE'LL PRIZES FOR YOU
soul" and urged the pope to punish to lightly dismiss the matter.
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the grafters. There is even graft now Therefore, he ran to the sepulchre. KNOCK SAY I THOUGHT
f in this modern enlightened republIc Upon close investigation he found the AGAIN 1rt4 I KNEW YOUYOU'RE I \\\ (
linen clothes lying In such a way as a 4 St p G3nY

What is life? What !s death? What to prove the reality of the resurrec- DIZZY N j)'

are we? tion. DEAN I! .
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1. An English gentleman "dies" ; doctors III. Jesus Preparing a Place in
pronounce him dead. He returnsto Heaven for His Own '(John 14 :1-3).

life, says he has been In heaven,
The hopes of the disciples were Utterly -
tells what he saw-a dull account,
shattered when Jesus told them
clothing the same as we wear here about the cross. He consoled them
now far, how fast, did his spirit DIZZY DEAN, I Ir !
by pointing to the reunion in the Ka- 4
.. travel while he was ''dead"? Iher's I house. This he did by I'M '
f' /t1I a .. What does the soul do while CLEANED
.. 1. Asking them to trust in him J JTHAT'S
'. body is supposedly dead? Does it
go God .
even as (v. 1) Faith in the God-
: away am* come hack, or just wait man, Christ Jesus, will steady the /] t3t1A
: around inside the body? What Is heart no matter how intense the grief.

r t death? Some say it is only a "belIef" :!. By informing them that he was

ana there Is no such thing. going to the Father's house to preparea :; GEE, I WISH I WAS ii.i: "' -AND I CAN GIVE YOU"A w ili;

home for them (v. 2)). lie declared FAMOUS LIKE YOU
In New York's American Museum ol that in that' house there were many K :::::p SWELL TIP ON HOW 0';

Natural History Is shown 'a drawing abiding places. Heaven is an eternal y DIZZY MAYBE YOU WILL CET PLENTY OF ENERGY

I: of the largest land mammal that ever dwelling place for God's children. BE WHEN YOU GROW UP. ; EAT GRAPE-NUTS LIKE
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t earth 25,000,000 years ago stood 17 ( 3)). He will come and call forth THINGSSOME ABILITY : THE STUFF THAT STICKS

feet 9 Inches high at the shoulder was from' the grave those who have died i'' AND LOTS OF ENERGY BY YOU EVEN WHEN .it
as big as two big elephants, and transform living SYlIJ.
weighed believers and
J 20,000 pounds or more. It was not as take them. all together to be with him '
big as a dinosaur, but the dinosaur lorever lathe heavenly home (I Thess. IT UP

laid eggs and was no 'mammal. A food 4:10, 17)).

problem might be solved If the "big- IV. Jesus Christ Is the Way to the

gest mammal" could be brought back Heavenly Father (John 14 :4-0).

and raised by cattlemen. It ate 500 In answer to Thomas' interposed

pounds of food a day; that must be doubt Jesus asserted:

'1 considered. In America It might be 1. That he Is the way (v. 6). Jesus Y

necessary to drown the mammal Balu Christ Is more than a mere guide to

chlterlum, with her unborn babies. God or a teacher. He Is the way Itself

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CONSTRUCTION OF NEW final between Willard Williams, of That's It Seedless, Careless Apple No Shy::fifes, l'lcae --
LTDIBER. YARD UNDERWAY LaBelle and Whitey Harris, of I
The most Important Ihlug Is not to
A Quebec tree seedless
\Ve like the mall wlioie core-
Moore Haven. There was a great Impulse It I Is
to much less apples of fine quality, says the seep o\e, but to have It.1Voman'tthole
say yes hotter I linn the I
(Continued from page 1) weight handicap on the side of Har- em Companion3FAMOUSMAGAZINES.
whose Impulse Is to say no hut the Dearborn Mlependent. ,
ris and he showed up well in boxing I
Okeechobee section and believe ability. Williams was game and although trouble Is that the former never has: .
that the completion of the Lake -- -- -
Harris scored three knock anything to Ipnrl.-Ohio! State Journal
Okeechobee levee will bring a periodof
downs in the fifth one of which .
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nature to the section and will fur- might have proven a
the bell not rung, the fight was on !
Its devel- miLLions
ther speed already rapid helping
fairly even terms for awhile. Harris
opment. won a technical k. o. as the seconds (A List of 22 to Choose From)
threw in the towel at the beginning .
AND I "j
,Tragedy of the last round.A .

Locks TuesdayMoore Moore heavyweight Haven fans negro their bout first viewof gave SOONER The Tampa Daily Times i11 i-

the Pahokee sensation, Big Ben' .
He fought a negro from LaBelle !
( Haven Democrat)
through several rounds to win a I I ONE YEARFOR
What came near being a triple F
technical knockout. The LaBelle negro -

drowning occurred Tuesday afternoon stayed away and gave Ben lit- A DOWN PAYMENT OF $1.00 '/ : ..
in the spillway at the locks
tle chance to land a decisive blow.A PLUS 15c WEEKLY
here when a swimmer was siezed ,- ,
fast hard match was that between -
with cramps and came near drown-
Pete Daub, of LaBelle and
ing two rescuers. Jack Tarver of Clewiston. Daub THIS OFFER OPEN TO OLD ":. .
Cecil Thomas, who has been em-
won the decision. Homer Hayes wona AND NEW SUBSCRIBERSSee .
ployed here by the State Road Department -
decision from Laddie Cottrell. I
was taking a swim in the Apo ;,' rhY y,,'

spillway in water less than waist

deep when the cramps siezed him No Written Constitution I Y;.. r k. the Regular Times Carrier or Write Main Office

in the legs. His legs doubled up and for Details
The British constitution: .s: mi unwritten
he shouted for help. A fellow worker '
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Indefinite body of legal rules!
"Shorty" Howard went to his
and principles which are partly Hit __ ---eI -- =--..;..
and the current swept the
rescue result of Judicial decisions nnd partlj
two out into deeper water. Obie
acts of parliament. They are Dot. col
Maddox then went to the rescue of
the two and after a great deal of

effort and help from those lookingon IS YOUR CAR Sl.UGGISH. 1I

they finally made their way to I

the shore, but all were practically

exhausted. .
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Red Cross to Make tl rr 1cl' t
Fight on PellagraMoore J \

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( Haven Democrat) I
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Distribution of powdered yeast for i
the treatment and prevention of pel- .

legra in Glades county will be undertaken ham y

by the local Red Cross J

chapter,. Mrs. H. S. Gove, chairman J

announced this week.
Twelve cases of the disease have

been reported in Glades county and

30 pounds of the yeast has been received t

by the local chapter for dis ...ov
tribution. This yeast has been foundto

be one of the most effective me-

thods tf combatting the disease, it

being first used in the Mississippi
Some Stew Distributor
valley during floods in 1927. I

Mrs. B. A. Bales has been appointed -
chairman of the committee for I r TF you have people with big ap- \ .
[_ petites to cook for-and not ) That Good
distribution of the yeast and to aid
much time to prepare things,
in fighting the disease by the recom- don't get in a stew. -Stay out'of

mendation of certain diets. Further it.: You can do better on the out- I
information on the subject may be side, just stirring it occasionally '

had by calling at the Red Cross for it is a simple matter if you

room in the Post-office Arcade have the proper canned Ingredients Gasoline
: Here are some excellent
where Mrs. Mildred Frison county
stews for cold days:
nurse, is cooperating with the com-
mittee in every way possible. With Dumplings Or With Rice j

Beef Stew ;ith Dumplings: G
School Stages FirstTournament Saute gently twelve small onionsin
two tablespoons of drippingsfor r4414Ft r pli 6' lf
a few minutes. Add two

['.; Fight large saute potatoes a few minutes cut in longer.chunks Add and CtlH tC4P1C 1S .UU; Y!, POWER SAVES WEAR I

t two cups boiling water, two tea- ,. -
(Moore Haven Democrat) spoons salt one-eighth teaspoon

f A fight program which eclipses pepper and two teaspoons kitchen -

.;' anything offered in the line in bouquet. Cook until the potatoesand
Moore Haven will be staged in the onions are almost tender.
Add two cups of canned tomatoes I :: :;: .....dII ;: :i:
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tonight when the Moore
:, Haven arena and LaBelle schools come together can and of the roast contents beef in of large a 12-ounce pieces. I I :iiL: : FOR S A [ F: "z''t' .z..;.

in the first fight of a two Mix two tablespoons flour with

night tourney. The second matches two tablespoons cold water and :_: .Attractive Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment :i:
. will be held. on the following Friday add, a little at a time to thicken

<- night. the stew. Cook for about five .Y Y
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minutes. Then drop on top of the .. I -
r Forty rounds of boxing are slated x +
stew soft baking-powder biscuit I .
ft' with three battle royals between I t -.
dough which has been made with I .Y ? y y.z"
teams from the .. '' .
two schools. EricBoe shortening. Cover tightly and : : -:

:', of Moore Haven and Pete Daub, steam for 'twelve minutes. This x Xi
f S. of LaBelle will meet in the final a serves six persons. -i- .:. H + P .;. :::
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five round bout. The semi-final between Chicken and Mushroom Stao X XY

1f;. Jimmie Brooks and Charlie with Rice: Saute mushrooms from xy

(:' Daub will also be a five-rounder. two 8-ounce cans (reserving the -z'i' .:.
liquor) in four tablespoons of butter -.
; The other ten matches will each be for five minutes. Melt two ::: :i: x 'j'Y

:..:. three rounds and the line-up assures!' tablespoons of butter, add two .+

k, fight fans as well as anyone else who) tablespoons chopped onion and "z''- .'i.. I -.z't' --:... .......... .. -
rr. : would like to have a good time and saute for three minutes. Then 'z': .z. '.' .z_ \

f: help the school at the same time, add one tablespoon curry powder I Y I ..
'.,. their money's worth. and four tablespoons flour. Stir ::: :i: j ; ::: ;
until smooth. Add the mushroom xf fXI
g.. Regular admission prices of 15 '.' .z.
liquor slowly, then add two I
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