The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: January 31, 1936
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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THOS. W. WALDRON Alston's Store Robbed Candidate To Speak Bonus Will Bring I"WILLIAMSON TELLS :i1I :

Thursday MorningThieves $50,000 To County, ,,


broke Into Alston's The pasage the bonus bill this'I

ii !: HENDRY COLLIER drug store In the early morn- week by Congress and the indicationthat NAVIGATION WORK .;
ing hours Thursday and; escap it will become a law even over ;

ed with two slot machines, some
4t the President's veto gives rise to a ---
The appointment of Thos. petty 'cash from one of the cash la -
W. reg- $ r great deal of speculation as to the Fred L. Williamson was guest :

f.;, Waldron, of Hooker's Point, as fire isters and an undetermined amountof ;r y a amount of money which will be :''speaker at the regular
meeting <
warden in the Everglades Fire Con- other: loot. It is believed to have drawn into this county in paymentof i the Kiwanis Club Wednesday night

trol District set up by an act of the been the work of two negro; men and the bonus to World War, veterans. :

1935 legislature sponsored; by Representatives Sheriff H. L. Delaney hopes to have 'I and gave a most interesting, talk in
The bill, as passed, provides for i
R.. Boe of Glades and the culprits in custody within a short which he outlined the great work '
the payment of the bonus in $50

Elbert L. Stewart of Hendry coun- time. bonds which may be cashed on, demand -I that was entailed in starting work ,
; ties, was announced last week-end The slot machines were quarter !
after June 15th or either held on the Okeechobee Flood Control
from Governor Sholtz' office in Tal- and dime machines and were found
I by the veteran to. whom issued to ; project and the various disappoint-
;' lahassee. about a quarter of a mile from the I'
collect three cent interest
.,' Mr. Waldron has been a resident I store where the negroes had evidently annum. per per ments and rebuffs the various organ- ,'

carried them In their arms. They i ,. izations received in getting the work'
seventeen: had been broken open' and all of the Indications are that the greater i 1 '
.. ; started. There several at the
: f. 7 C2 1k' number of the bonds will be cashed were ;
Beach. He moved to Hooker's Point money removed that they could get, r ; II meeting who were able to authenti- ;

ff:1: { in 1924 where he has resided since.I the coins In the discharge tube not immediately but will not necessarilybe : cate Mr. Williamson's statements ?

: He has been a, farmer since moving having been bothered. It is believed I spent, the same way. Nearly every,) and did so with short talks at the '

:; to the 'Glades until the past three they got about, forty dollars from + y ) veteran contacted indicates his intention I conclusion of his talk. .
outstanding :
or four years, is very familiar with ; the machines, about' twelve dollars to pay up first all -. '
bills and if there remains balance I Mr. Williamson, at the time Executive -
a -
the havoc which is wrought by music from the cash register In nickles and Vlc
to invest it in securities life ; President of the Southern Y
:;: : dimes and few articles of w or ;
fires and is familiar with methods of a compar- N .Yy. h '
-- which Sugar Company, told of the first
insurance rate
pay a greater
combatting them. He was at one time atively small value from the show- '
REP DAX CHAPPELLwho of interest than the. three per cent : meeting ht attended for the purpose
',' .!.' foreman of field work for the,Cle.v- cases.
l';: iston Company and during the list The negro cab driver in Harlem will address the voters of Clew- government interest.A I of promoting a navigable waterway '

&, few months has been foreman in reported the robbery to Sheriff H. L. i ton Monday c'cnJng'at six: o'clock. check-up, this 'week with officers across the state. The Association ,' I "
I then working the ,
on plans was
WPA and relief projects In this t.r- Delaney, calling the sheriff ,before --- of the ,Clewiston American Legion -

F i ', ritory. daylight Thursday morning. He identified Probably the first gubernatorial Post indicates that there are and known Gulf as the Navigation Atlantic, Okeechobee Association-

t Fire Chief Guy J. Bender, of B< \lie the two negroes who he said, candidate in history to begin his now in this county about thirty-five l with W. P. Franklin as president and

Glade, called all of the five wardens. had walked into Harlem and hired speaking campaign in the Everglades members which would make the
C. L. of :Moore Haven
Williams, as
+; ; to a meeting there Wednesday. The him to drive them. to where they ,Rep. Dan Chappell, of Miami, number of white veterans run about i['I i secretary. The meeting was held in =

"f Wardens from Dade and Broward had left the slot machines. Near that will.be. in Clewiston Monday ixty. The number of negro veterans :j ;
Moore Haven and there was a large
,y counties were not present but R.' L- (Continued on page 4) night, January 27, at 6:00, to make (Continued on page 4) I,i and enthusiastic attendance. This

Golden,. of Moore Haven, warden for the first political address Hendry ...
I I was in 1926 prior to September .
s Glades and Highlands'county, and i
have this
county voters heard ;
year. hurricane and after the storm Mr ::T;
Hugo Boe, of Canal Point, Palm His talk here will be one of a series ': :
SUNDAY SCHOOL HAS KIWANIS PLANS FOR Williams not returning to the '
-. Beach county warden were present he will make in the lake towns during Glades, Mr. Williamson was elected .-.

with Mr. Waldron. Instructions the day and which will be climaxed '
; of the organization. They
were given the wardens as to their IMPORTANT MEETINGA with his talk in Moore Havenat ANNIVERSARY NIGHTNext switched to the idea of flood control ;(

work and the organization: started 8:00. These will be the first talks '
following the storms but never 3
functioning immediately he has made since
he announced his .
overlooking navigation. ;
Elsewhere in this issue will be 'I
intention to make the race for
Sunday School Institute held gov- Wednesday night at the Inn "
He then told of another organization -
found a notice setting out the
here by the Community Church Mon- ernor week. the local Kiwanis club will combinethe -
duties 'of the fire warden and the of which he had been president J'and f'
.; } necessity of citizens securing permits day night and conducted by the state Mr. 'Chappell is reputed to be a I observance of National Kiwanis which had attempted to ree9'i"

representatives, Rev. Alexander Linn fine speaker and as legislator for Week with a celebration' charter tablish a waterway between Fort .:'
rr. before Chief
doing any burning. II :
..1:;, "; Bender has built up an efficient firefighting of Lakeland and Miss Lena Smith of several years from Dade county has night for' the local club and the annual -i: Lauderdale and Fort Myers by the ;;

: machine for fighting muck Winter Haven, began with a six played a )large part in the law mak- Ladies' Night making it .one of use of existing channels which had -"

:, fires and it is the belief of those who o'clock dinner at the home of Mr. ing of the state during the past few the greatest meetings the club has I been in use. Soon after the Florida ;a

and ''Mrs. H. O. Peters and concluded years. :He is forceful and ,dynamicand ever attempted. The charter for the Flood Control Association was or. : :
have seen the crew in action that at I
with a meeting at the church at many will wish to avail themselves local club was received the first I and while Governor John :
t .. last a system has been devised which ,1 i ganized ;. ,
eight o'clock. Both dinner meeting of the opportunity; hearinghim week in February of 1932. Ladies' ,
P1L will click and will save thousands '.. Martin was Governor of the .
f .".7: 'J>:of acres of valuable. farming land and the later meeting .were well ,attended -: ,speak;_ No. place .has i bee'n. :announced night* ,had been planned sever 1 J stat the war department appropriated -, .

(;;:;, '": from destruction.. by Sunday-school workers of but it is likely, on the weeks ago but because of disappointIng -! ,, $360,000 for Caloosahatchee ,f)

;. -of the church who heard several edu- whirlwind tour he Is making, that results in arrangement_ of a' River, Improvement Gov. Martin ':

,.)" cational and inspirational talks. The he is equipped with a truck and loudspeaker program it was postponed. ,r would not allow any money to be ,';

';1./ti; Appropriations Made state representatives' were accomp- and will talk from some ,Jack Hoist, of Fort Myers, Lieu-i spent in the Everglades Drainage, 'J

anied by Dr. Lewis E. Black, of the point near center of town. The fact tenant-Governor for the southwest District by the Government, Mr. Wil- ',

I. For Lake and RiverThe Sunday School department of the that he is interested in the Ever- district, will have charge of a part, liamson said, and after the state w

Board of National Missions of New glades section' and a close neighbor of the program and will bring with bond issue of $2,000,000failed to go ,

York City and Mrs. Black. vill likely influence many of the vot- him Harold :Mooreland, one of the through there had been little ac ':

war ,department .on Wednesday Mrs. H.. O. Peters, Mrs. V. A. Allen ers to come out and see what he has foremost violinists of South FlorIda complished. ":

approved an allotment of $27- to offer. and several other entertainers. .
and Mrs. G. S. Mobley were .
I Then came the plan for the taking
: 732.26 for the Caloosahatchee River at the dinner meeting which was Other suitable numbers will be pre- over of the project by the govern- J
;,, and Lake Okeechobee flood control sented by local people including sev
attended by the church officials by .
ment, which after a great deal of :\
projects for the repair and maintenance eral numbers by a ladies' trio con- i
workers 'in the local Sunday school, ENGINEERS ASSUME trouble in the state legislature, was J'
'i: of levees and drainage struc- and Mr. and Mrs. Hugo! B. Merriamof sisting of Mrs. M. R. Lawler, Mrs. J. finally put over and help of the gov- '.' ::,\"

tures. Another $26,000.was'. allottedto the Lake Harbor Community G. Potter and Mrs. J. L. Crabb. A

Florida for work in the Intra- Church Sunday School. This dinner CONTROL OF CANALSThe message will be read from the In- ernment secured. R.X:..

;' coastal waterway north of Ponce de meeting was the regular monthly ternational Secretary, Harper Gatton Mr. Williamson, who with W. P. '
'' Leon inlet Franklin, of Fort Myers, is given a \
worker's conference of the Sunday and several 'other numbers are on -
share of the credit for the com-
Monday morning the three gov- School. Dr. D. J. Williams called the U. S. Engineers 'are now in the program. large

ernment ,owned"draglines and one meeting to order and introduced Dr. complete control of water tables In A full attendance of members is pletion of the navigable waterway i

; bull-dozer began work' on the levee i Black :who gave a most practical and the lake' and tributary canals and desired at this meeting and they are across the state and the protective ,
section at Bean City, completed by i to the secretary 'of levees around the shore of the lake '
(;' inspirational address. the operation of the locks, having requested notify rf
government hydraulic dredges and taken over that work officially the the club at the earliest possible mo- told the Kiwanians that he believed

..f never smoothed up. This work was The eight o'clock service at the first of January. They have had prac- ment just how many guests and in the next few years that adverse
church in ,
was charge of Rev. Linn. would .
never completed because of lack of friends they will want reservationsmade regulations on truck lines
t.\. tically complete control since the be- ..
Miss Smith, Educational 'Director :
1[' funds and work was resumed after ginning of the lake project but had for. The. Pahokee Rotary Club seriously cripple that form or trans- '
,, a brief address to the
gave : young the navigable water- <
: an appropriation was apparently never formally accepted the respon- has been Invited to attend but whe- portation '
people following which Dr. Black would '?
made possible by diversion of funds sibility. ther or not they will accept the invitation way from the farming section .
.} gave another splendid address and method of :
the most economical
from,other parts of the district. It Very few changes have been made has' not been disclosed as prove >

. is possible that the new allotment exhibited three reels of motion pic- and as a result the, change in man- yet. transporting produce to markets. +.
called the "New
tures Trails". of the inclement weather '
,' by the war department may be intended agement from the drainage districtto In spite .
The picture showed the work :
being of
to take care of that work.. In the has there was a large attendance ,
engineers .
government as Visitors At Mill
carried on by the church with home '
'E addition to the Bean City gap there been members and B. F. Brown was .
Some of
yet hardly apparent. ":
missions among the Indian tribes of is custo- \
member. It
still duced new
remains about as a
8,000 feet yet the I the lock-tenders have been ,made civ- From Many StatesThe :!
t to finish at Bacom Point. southwestern part of the United il service employees and those who mary for new members to sing a .
i 1
States and the hospitalization work allowed to ;
,, Capt. Richardson Selee but Mr. Brown was -
of the song
: were not have been hired as unclassified 1
Clewiston (Continued on page 4) without the song on his prom-
U. S. Engineer sub-office enter
labor. total number of visitors' to the '
r states that the work will employ The St. Lucie canal and the Ca- sugar house of the U. S. Sugar Cor- ise to have one ready' at the next '<;

twelve dragline operators, twelve P.-T. A. Will Sponsor loosahatchee River are the only two poration here will run bette: than meeting.. -.,'
{': oilers and made that in "
two tractor drivers and Announcment was
canals of any great importance in 2,000 for this season through today,
will take approximately three School Play Jan. 30thThe the government's navigation and there having been nearly that many tffe "future Club meetings will be .

;;,, months to complete. Practically all mid- .held at the Clewiston Inn. This will "
drainage plans ahd supervising lock- when a check-up was made the ,I
> of the men hired for these positions start with next week's meeting.:1:
tenders have been appointed to take dle of this week. .

c were from the list of workers'who Parent-Teachers' Associationis care. of ,these two canals. Fred A. Space does not permit publication .? Preceding Mr. Williamson's talk
were laid off a few months ago when sponsoring a three-act musical 'V.W.. Perry was assisted in cele- :,
{:'- (Continued on page 4) of the list of visitors as there are
'1';" : appropriations were cut for the lake his birthday by the readingof
" comedy, "Cupid-up-to-Date" which is close to four hundred a week on atf brating '

. ,:r. project. to be presented in the High School! MEMUERS) OF CHURCH average but as' an indication of the a suitable verse of poetry and the :

t. : I auditorium on Thursday, and Friday, BOARD HOLD MEETING number of states represented among formal forgiveness of the club bestowed : 1

SPECIAL SONG SERVICE .January 30th and 31st. these visitors each week a few have upon him for his unethical
There are about thirty school The members the church boardsof been picked at random from the conduct in allowing a skunk to be
A special song service has b'en children In killed a train in the city limits
the cast with Jack Moor the Community Church held a groups of visitors during the weekending by

arranged for Sunday night at the man and Blllle' Hopker taking the meeting Tuesday night at the manse last Saturday. The East is of: for which he was tried in kangaroo '.

Community church by the members leading roles. The is court last Wednesday night and ,
play being directed for the purpose of discussing and course better represented than any:

., of the choir. The service will begin by Miss A. Doster, whose pro- perfecting plans for a communitywide other section of the country with ; found guilty.To .
at 7:45 and everyone Is cordially invited fession is ; complete the very interesting
directing these amateur canvass which will start Feb- New York running first and Ohio

to attend. plays. A popularity contest is also i I ruary 3 for the purpose of raising i probably second. Following is the' program the Jolly boys quartette

being staged in connection! with the funds by subscription to balance the list of names picked from the large. from Harlem rendered several vocal

LADIES AID TO GIVE OYSTER play.A. I' church budget. number last week: selections of negro spirituals and popular

; .r4 SUPPER FEBRUARY 1BTII matinee will be held on Thursday -J Letters will be mailed out during Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bailey, Atlanta:I selections. These boys answered -

I afternoon at 2:45 to which 1 I the coming week to' all members of Ga., Mrs. F. A, Burns, Terre Haute,'I to the names of "Sac", "Ash".
The Ladles Aid Society of the school\ children will 'be ] "Lillian" and "Thirsty",
admitted for the churchand their friends settingout Ind., Wlllard E. Trenton, Hartford;

Community Church has announced 10 eents and adults for 35 cents. Tho the amount of the budget for the Conn., Mr. and Mrs..Edward Holton, The next meeting at the Inn will

that their annual oyster supper will evening performance on Friday. even- ensuing year and preparing way for and Miss Charlotte Holtou, or be the feature program of the. year

be held on February 15, Daflnlte ing at 8:00: will bo IB cents for the canvassers who\ will J cater pall on Springfield! 1, Mass., Miss Mary AJble t !! I and It is hoped that no J11emb wlU
........:: plane will be announced later, children and 35 cwitg for. Adults, each family (Continued on page 4)) J e Mbsen$"

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Is No More Member of Faculty, Moody Bible
Now? Institute of Chtca f o. Mothers read this
Who Will Pay Western Newspaper Union. :

Only 11 Can Run Fast
The State of the Union Pickard TO
By Lesson for January 26 I
The Supreme court decision rejectIng RiI11EVIN 1C0NS11PAT101
D Western Newspaper Union
- AAA, the "agricultural adjust- JESUS DECLARES HIS PURPOSE
ment act affects '
Farm Leaders Insist on fore they could recover, though this i\
American d1I -
every was one of the main: points at Issue. LESSON TEXT-Luke 4:16-30.
z "::2 I rectly. Issued just Crop Control Legislation Presumably this will first be passed GOLDEN TEXT-The Spirit of the A cleansing dose today; a smaller
I as the President leaders summoned to Wash Lord is upon me, because he hath quantity tomorrow; less each time, j
announced his pro- FARM upon 'by a district court, The case was anointed me to preach the gospel to until bowels need no help at all.
to help in devising a new brought by' Louisiana rice millers. the poor; he hath sent me to heal the
gram to balancethe farm program decided t<{ remain there' The nine justices' all agreed that the broken-hearted, to preach deliverance Why do people come home from a I
national bud- halls until to the captives and recovering of sightto
and "picket" the of congress review of the Bankhead cotton act
get within one ,_ Lg the blind to set at liberty them that hospital with bowels working like'a !
legislation is passed to case, which had been allowed on a 6 to are bruised, to preach the acceptable well-regulated watch?
thousand million gYi take the place of the 3 vote, had been "improvidently year of the Lord.-Luke 4:18, 19. .I
dollars] the decision 1 AAA destroyed by the PRIMARY TOPIC-Jesus The answer is simple, and it's the
granted" and so they refused to passon Preaches to
upsets that administration Supreme court ruling. His Home Folks. answer to all your bowel worries if
this time.
"" the validity of the act at
program. ,,' that JUNIOR TOPIC-Jesus' First Sermon. you will only realize it: many doctors I
proposal Another case involving this law, 'filed INTERMEDIATE
Men with large AND SENIOR and hospitals use liquid laxatives.
1 the first in the I
of Georgia
by Gov. Eugene Talmadge TOPIC-Choosing a Life Purpose.
M Incomes, of whom ,. I policy platform they a Roosevelt administration foe, will YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT If you knew what a doctor knows I
few survive, may \'. $' '. : ."::J W drew up and that Is give the court another opportunity to TOPIC-What Jesus Came to Do. you would use only the liquid form. 4
worry, for the decision ;.,y', ,"'< ".,'.;:t.;'::<:'I';: pushed by administration rule on it.Democratic. A liquid can always be taken in I
takes from < '"", ,, ;:;:$ men centers on I I. Jesus in the Synagogue (v. 16). gradually reduced doses. Reduced I

Arthur Brisbane the government sev- : >:*WJ"J) production control On the Sabbath he went' Into the dosage is the secret of any real relief'

en hundred million a'year of proc- E.AI through subsidized ConventionGoes Synagogue according to his custom.He from constipation.Ask !
essing taxes that will have to be made conservation. to ,Philadelphia no doubt went that day with a
soil a doctor about this. Ask your j
good elsewhere. The manufacturers', Howard R. new and definite purpose, but how refreshing -
Farmers would get off to the druggist how very popular liquid
or processing, tax, handed along to Tolley cash grants, provided AUCTIONED, national con- to know that It was accordingto laxatives have become. They give the j

the little people, was, In reality.a sales they had permitted the -transfer of.certatnacreagefrom vention of 1936 was sold to Philadel- his habit. Many young people have right kind of help, and right amountof '""' r
tax on )life's! necessities-cotton cloth, been safeguarded from the pitfalls of .
commercial national committee.
productionto the
phia by party's help. The liquid laxative generally t
flour, meat. soil conserving crops, or had "ad The price was $200,000, plus some the world because of the habit of read- used is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. :.
The question is, Who will provide Ing the Bible, praying and going to
certain and
justed" the commodities on prizes and concessions. Chicago It contains senna and cascara -both
< cash promised the farmers, since the land. San Francisco also bid for the conven- church. natural laxatives that can form no-

Supreme court will not sanction the, Administration leaders were consid- tion. The former offered a certified II. Jesus Reading the Scripturesvv. habit, even in children. So, try Syrup J

sales tax, disguised as a "pross" tax? ering a plan to raise the half million check for $150,000. The California city ( 17-19). Pepsin. You just take regulated ';

Whence will come the hundreds of dollars a year necessary for this made the same bid and later raised it 1. The book handed to him (v. 17). doses till Nature restores regularity. ;;
millions the government owes to farm- scheme by enacting most of the old to $202,500. Jt was not only his custom to attend

ers under its AAA promises and has processing taxes as excise levies. The During a brief recess Chairman Far- the place of worship, but to take partIn

not yet paid? The farmers did their farm leaders favored this, and also ley telephoned, presumably to the It. This privilege was not confinedto

part, the government could hardly fail recommended : White House, and Vice President Gar- the rabbis (Acts 13:15). Jesus, 'W;;< I I

to do Its part by paying. "Retention and strengthening of all ner moved among the members of the therefore, used the liberty accorded ::
: \ Ideal for
him. : My Remedy
positions ,of the AAA act not declared committee urging the selection of Phil- ';, .','.>. ;:}
International News Service sports unconstitutional. adelphia. Therefore the City of Broth- 2. The passage read (Isa. 61:1,2). <" ;: ..w..., HEADJ16'HE

department shows that out of about "Creation of farm commodity cooperatives erly Love won the prize. The openingof It Is not entirely clear as to whetherthis :::g;';] "Though I have tried all good
providentially the <
1,800,000,000 human beings on earth authorized under the Cap- the convention was set for June 23. Scripture" remedies Capudine suits me
reading for the day/or whether it was : best. It is quick and gentle."
only 11 are known that can run a mile per-Volstead act, for marketing. or distributing ',/1f%" Quickest because it is liquid-
specifically chosen by him for that >
at really, high speed. Of ,these not farm products." 'Hauptmann Still Fights .fJ.f; : ., :. its ingredients are already dis
occasion. <9 j solved. For headache, neuralgic
than four would have chanceof Foremost agricultural /t;l"
more any among ex- !, .
,'%> ., aches-perIodIc pains.
Execution 3. The : :>> ;
content of the
beating an individual named Glenn perts who took part in the conferenceswas Against passage (vv.
Cunningham of Kansas. Howard R. Tolley, director of the BRUNO HAUPTMANN, due to die In 18, 19).
You would think): that the billion un- Giannini foundation In California. lie chair January 17 for a. The mission of the Messiahv.
the kidnaping and murder of the Lind- ( 18).
known uncounted among the so-called has been described by administration
"backward races," many with native officials as'the leading agricultural :' bergh baby, continued, through his (1) To preach the gospel to the

energy, free of civilization's handicaps, economist in the United States, and t legal counsel, his 'fight'' poor. The good tidings which Jesus

could easily be trained to beat the 11 was hurriedly called from the West to save his life. If the proclaimed- are peculiarly welcome to HAIR BALSAMRemoves

fast ones, but It Is not, probable.The coast, to Washington. attitude of Governor the common people. By "poor" in this a Dandruff-Stops Hair Foiling
Hoffman of New Jer- case is primarily meant those who Impart Color and
Lawyers acting for a Philadelphiareal Lih Beauty, to Gray and Faded Hair
President's address "on the estate dealer filed a suit in the sey was rightly re- were poor In spirit (Matt. 5:3). 60e and$1 00 at. Druggists. .
HleeoT Chem Wkg PatchopoeNY.FLORESTON
(2) To heal the broken-hearted.
state of the Union" was, like nearly Federal District court there to restrain ported, there was- a The SHAMPOO-Ideal for use in
possibility that the gospel of Christ meets the needs ,of t
all Presidential speeches, an addresson government executives from Interfer- connection with Parker's Hair Balsam.Makes the
\ condemned wouldat those whose hearts are crushed by the hair soft and fluffy. 60 cents by mail or at drug"t
the state of the administration. ing with the operation, of the 1 i AAA man jis ts.Hiscox Chemical Works Patchoguc.N.V.
I least obtain a'reprieve weight of their own sins or by a bur- -1..
Discussing danger of war, If It is until Its constitutional status has\beendetermined'
den of and
but the state sorrow disappointment
true that "85 or 00 per cent of all the by referendum. ;
court of pardons, of (3) Topreach deliverance to the
people In the world are content with ConstipationRelieved
which the is captives. This meant deliverance from
the territorial limits of their 'Puerto Rican Estates .. governor
respec- Sugar audR '
the of the Devil
a member, had unan- bondage (John 8:36).
tive nations," that would leave only Will Be Broken Up o Bruno imously refused to (4) Recovering of sight to the Quickly, EasilyMrs.
10 15 cfof the
or. per aggressivetype. CECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR Hauptmann commute the sentence blind. Christ did actually make those B. G. Brown, Atlanta, Ga.,

ICKES, making a brief visit to our to one of life imprisonment after ex- who were physically blind to see writes: "I take Dr. Hitchcock's All-
Caribbean possessions, told representatives amining the alleged new evidence in (John 9:6, 7) and also opened the Vegetable Laxative Powder for dizzi-
Lloyd George, playing a little politics Bruno's eyes of those who were spiritually ness, biliousness and sick headaches
of the sugar interests in Puerto favor. Defense counsel were caused by constipation. I have never
with his friend Prime Minister Rico that the great sugar estates of said to be preparing to try to persuade blind (I-John 5:20). found anything better. When I feel
Baldwin, exults in the noble moral that island would be broken up, be- the United States Supreme courtto (5) To set at liberty them that are weak, rundown and sluggish I take
uprising of the British, rejecting the bruised. The power of Christ can 1/3 dose after meals or a small dose
cause they are in violation of a law take some action in the case.
terrible, immoral plan to divide Ethi- forbidding the corporate ownership of When Hauptmann was told by C. free the' most utterly hopeless, ones. at bedtime.bowels.", It Dr.thoroughly Hitchcock's cleansesthe Laxa-

opia and placate Italy. Something more than 500 acres of land. He ex- Lloyd Fisher, 'one of his Jawyers, that (6) To preach the acceptable year tive Powder is mild-but effectiveit --
"without precedent," Lloyd George plained the lands will be homesteadedto the court of pardons had rejected his of the Lord. The primary allusion is acts gently, yet thoroughly'' and
calls itWhere to the year of jubilee (Lev. 25:8-10). removes that clogged condition of
get thousands of landless persons 'plea he displayed no emotion.
the bowels. At all drug stores 25c.
England is concerned, "divid- back to the soil. It is not known whether "Your only chance now is to dIrectly b. The special enduement of the

ing up" is, indeed, almost without: Mr. Ickes did anything' about the involve some one else In the Messiah (v. 18). He was the anointedone DR. HITCHCOCK'S

precedent. England's' custom as a rule general dissatisfaction in Puerto Rico: kidnaping," Fisher told Hauptmann. predicted by'Isaiah, the Messiah.
Is to, swallow hings whole as she did III. Jesus'' Expounding the Scrip- Laxative Powder
with the policies of certain of the gov- "I can't change my story, Haupt-
with the Transvaal, India, and other ernment's representatives, there. mann replied, according to the prison tures (vv. 20, 21). \
territories that have kept her old fight- warden. "I have told the truth all 1. He closed the book and sat down.It .

Ing flag always In the sunshine. Protects WPA Workers From"Chiseling" I along. There's nothing more to tell seems to have been the custom of HUSBAND QUITS LIQUOR

than I have toldI haven't the least the Jewish teachers; to sit while teaching -

The Methodist Episcopal church Is Employers idea where Fisch got that money." Guaranteed Home Treatment
proud to announce In N-"*I1Vme, Tenn., HARRY L. HOPKINS, WPA admin-, Hauptmann referred to'Isador Fisch, 2. "This day is this' scripture ful Brings Joy to Wife and Family

that it begins 193G with 2,783,209, regularly has sent to state admin German furrier, who died in Bavaria filled." This statement is no doubt but
enrolled members, an Increaseover istrators a set, of regulations intendedto about a year after the kidnaping. The the gist of what he said. He thus de- 'A doctor's prescription that overcomesthe

the preceding year of 31,298, with protect .WPA workers from "Chisel- prisoner has steadfastly insisted that clared that he was the, Messiah.IV. craving for alcohol and can be given
in coffee food
secretly tea or is now
21,301 baptized infants not Included. ing employers ana to the ransom money found in his pos- Jesus' Reception by the People offered on a guaranteed plan to all who
This is the reply of the Methodist keep up wage stand session when he was arrested had been (vv.'22-30). wish to defeat the disease of drunkenness.This '\

Episcopalians to the "high church" ards. In his letter, to : i left with him by Fisch. The critical hour had come. The simple, easy home treatment'has 31
Episcopalians of the English church the state officials Mr. 'If people were amazed. They admittedhis been successfully used for Twenty years

that suggests giving -up Protestantism Hopkins said: .I /:?7.'. ./<<, ?' .',,,1t Bonus Measure Is Pushed gracious words but were unableto mud contains no harmful drugs or dope
altogether as a failure. "I want to make perfectly -, : ::Wi admit his 'claims. His receptionwas and any lady can give it with full con-

clear the policy I i.$ :fi -;J.J.t Through the House characterized by fidence she is helping her loved one to
Children will learn with pleasurethat of the works progress !;.- ; J6.: T NO TIME was lost In putting 1. Ignorant prejudice (v. 22). They be the man she wants him to be. '

It is not necessary to eat spinach administration rela- 4'-*".>.;::; through the house the bonus said, "Is not this Joseph's son?" as Write for FREE BOOKLET and full
unless you like it. Other vegetables tive to private !:(vvy1 .}};'I measure that had been agreed upon if to say, "This Is' our fellow towns- Information about this guaranteed

i. take the place of spinach with a ployment or em-J I' *:} : by veterans' organizations and approved men with whom we have been acquainted home treatment to Health Remedy

f-- menacing person called "Pop-Eye." ment on contract \: 1 ,} by the ways and means com- for years. Surely, he cannotbe Products, Dept. 4600, Manufacturers

The government, through WPA, will under the direction of mittee. It carries the name of theVinsonPatmanMcCormack the Messiah." Exchange Bldg., Kansas City, Mo.

print a book on what 'to eat and how other federal departVY H *"/ L. bill and is 2. Unbelief to his supernaturalpower

to eat it. One well known New York ments which may be Hopkins a compromise that authorizes imme- (v. 23). They challenged him WNU-7 4-3GDO

physician ventures the opinion that offered the WPA workers. diate payment of the bonus but offersno to exhibit examples of divine power,

spinach contains an objectionable "It is .expected that WPA workers definite plan for raising the money.It 3. Personal jealousy (v., 24). Jealousy -
amount of "vegetable uric"acid." i will accept available jobs in private would provide 3 per cent interest often prevents us from seeingthe /

employment, whether of a permanentor until 1945; for veterans refraining from essential worth of men in our midst.

The English, horrified by Italian temporary nature, provided: cashing their adjusted service certifi- Jesus adduced two outstanding ex-

bombing In Ethiopia, would be Inter- "(1) That the temporary or-permanent cates at once, and cancel all Interest amples of the willingness of foreignersto

ested, if they have forgotten about it, work shall be a full-time job. still due on loans on the certificates.In believe God
to see photographs of one big Egyp' "(2) That such work shall be ata the senate Pat Harrison intro- a.' Elijah was sent to a widow at you suffer burning, scanty or

tian city after British warships had standard or going rate of wages. duced a compromise bonus bill providing Serepta (vv. 25, 26). Many widows of o frequent urination; backache,
headache dizziness loss of
finished its bombardment., It was an "(3) That such work shall not be for payment In$50 bonds that maybe Israel were passed by, doubtless be- leg pains,, swellings,, and puffiness energy,

exceptionally complete job nothing In conflict with established union relationships -, cashed upon demand. cause they-would not have received the under the eyes? Are you tired, nerv-
left standing. prophet. ous-feel all unstrung and don't:
"(4) That workers shall be offered Miguel Gomez Elected b. Naaman the foreigner, of the know what is wrong?

New Jersey says the execution of an opportunity to ,return to the WPA President of Cuba many lepers, was the one cleansed.v. Then give some thought to your
Hauptmann, close at hand, will be no upon completion of temporary jobs." ( 27). 'I kidneys. Be sure they function properly -
theatrical show. No woman reporter IN AN astonishingly tranquil election 4. Violent hatred (vv. 28-30). This for functional kidney disorder per

i will be allowed to witness Hauptmann's Process Tax Refund Orderedby Miguel Mariano Gomez, coal- comparison of the Jews with foreigners mits excess waste to stay in the blood, j
death, 'an excellent Idea, although ition candidate, was chosen presidentof so offended their pride that they and to poison and upset the whole
some young ladies will not Supreme CourtPROCESSING Cuba, defeating Gen. Mario G. Men- tried to kill him. He showed them system.

think so.- Female reporters, let us taxes amounting to ocal, former president, by a rather slen- that Just as Elijah had brought bless- Use Doan'j Pills. Doan's are for theI

hope, will have babies later on. Watch- impounded by the der margin. Gomez, who is forty-five ing to one who lived in Sidon, and I kidneys world only. They You are recommendedthe the

ing a miserable creature writhing in courts, must be refunded to the tax years old, was formerly mayor of Ha Elisha to one In Syria, while the people uine, time-tested over. Doan's can get at any gen-drug

the electric chair would not be good payers, according to a unanimous rul; vana. He was supported by the army. of Israel went on suffering, even so store.
for the babies, although science no ing of the Supreme court of the United The lack of disorder at the polls was the Gentiles would receive the blessingof

longer believes In prenatal Influences, States. The decision did not go Into the due in part to the fact that the women his saving: power, while they, the
as Voltaire did. question of whether processors must of the island republic for the first chosen nation, would suffer'in unbelief.. DOAN SPILLS

.. King Features WNU Service.Syndicate Inc prove they had absorbed the tax be- I time took part in an election. 4 i


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,:., JAPAN IS MODERN, gardens, In cherished vistas of SPEED THE DAY
< : I
/' :Mount Fiji, and in frequent excursions One
'"n.j'Y hope for world peace lies In
; ,,;: WDUSTRIES.F YET IT CLINGS TO. to the country to enjoy the the world's weariness of

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Pension Plan for Employees

clogs and straw sandals war.:1

tvlll remain the most. common footgear Announced by Wrigley Co. ;

for Japanese wearing the traditional --- Head : _

garb, but when the native 'Recognizing\ the advantage and COLDS

andals and western style shoes 'fairness of social security to work 1

i iyy march side by side in, the downtown ers ''and being in favor of nn old age

: streets of Toklo, it Is only another pension plan, the Wm. Wrigley Jr.

Indication of* the. ,amazing way in company, has announnced a pen .
Put Mentholalum. '
which Japan has adopted modern. sion plan, for its employees, effectiveat in '\
The nostrils to relieve
tn r methods while it continues.. In Its once. More than 1,300 employeesare irritation and promote

old, revered customs. : dffected by' the move c" clear
Not: only in footwear but throughout Under the 'Wrigley plan the com

the daily life ,of the. people does pany and employees contribute for '

i... .', his discrepancy show itself. Even future service pension, a ,fifty-fifty

,. ,t., the dolls have been modernized, basis. The plan Provides for< '.employees -

along with the modern woman's ire "to be retired at" the. age. of

quent adoption of western hair sixty-five. CO' ';: Break that = qi ;
dress and western sports. Yet while up

.!..: the female athletes are training in Thrill That Comes With; -
' L sports the majority of the women J' "' -I = .\
Task WithPrideThere '
are still under the 'sway of the ,tra- Doing a p rte- n.
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ditional etiquette. The intricate rulesof (

I Japanese etiquette must be carefully -sntisfaction:tin doing a .

T nm_________ : learned, and: pupils begin at piece of work well.*".And if we h'ave Perhaps .the surest way to prevent a coldFrom"catching
an early age to acquire the 'proper imagination .we can 'derive at'ilitionalpleasure ] hold"and getting worse Is,
at to Cleanse Inter-
1- once,
i' ; Potential Turtle Soup From Florida I :way of bowing, of walking, of greeting from 'the' thoughtthat-'the: /ft?* FREE nally.Doitthepleasanttea. ,=a

,friends. finished product which "corrfes fro rr SAMPLE cup, way., Flush the system

ti7 Prepare by the National Geographic Society.. The finishing touch on every cigar is And while rivers are being 'harnessed our hands bring joy and ointort to with a hot cup of Garfield ;.,
Washington. D. C.-WNU Servl e.FEW putting on the wrapper and pasting under 'Avestern methods to they consumer. -" TrcCTBJlTS TeaHthemSld.easytbtakeBrooklyn.

tourists know Industrial the closed end shut with a.. dash ,of provide hydroelectric power, the art Indeed, whatever we do should 'be N.Y. liquid laxative./t drug-stores "
.L ( rida. There is no smoke pall done better because think"' of the r
gum. of flower arranging is assiduously we ,
,f' '', over the state. Perhaps From the workbench cigars go on cultivated, as it has been for ,cen- use' to which it will be put. LniTi11I1i1J

more grime. and pungent factory to bigger tables, where they are sorted turies. Broadcasting has become anew &
smells would be a welcome tonic for for color and perfection of form.
feature in Japanese life, but
p,, the 'state's commercial progress yet Fancy colored bands are put on by ma-
side by side with It continues the.
what factories lack in size. they make : \ IM LS WONDERFOL FOR
: chines, at the rate of 50,000 an hour, tradition of the old style theater, -
'-.r.. up In variety. the whole' process run by two girls. '
which presents plays based on. ancient .
: Output ranges from toys, turtle soup After being packed, each box is labeled tradition. BLACK. 'THESE.StIN BLE ISHES
and turpentine' to shiploads of dressed !
and one of Uncle Sam's green -
Modern ski HEADS '
Japan goes jumping Wonderful thousands how the othing-
lumber and cigars. For say,
phosphates, affixed. That briefly
revenue stamps ;
and mountain climbing in the; approved penetration CUTICURA Soap and Ointment
even more contrast, add many linear from leaf to box, Is how Florida makes ITCHING fECZEMA
European fashion, while ancient helps banish ugly skin irritations due to external 4
miles of snake and, alligator skins, COO.000.000.. cigars a year. Japan holds a tea ceremony. causes. Wonderful, how this mildly medicated '

wooden shoes; and canned grapefruit Pine and Its Products. RASHES Soap cleanses and soothes-how_ the Ointment
Yet Japan, whether follows the
jellies and marmalades.One Thick pine woods covered all of relieves: and helps heal! Wonderful,you'll agree, '
mm'at Jacksonville grinds oyster north Florida when white men first ancient or modern tradition, has a aS'eve'n'the first application'aids and comforts. }
shells and ships them by the car- common: meeting ground in its appreciation Sold everywhere. Ointment 25c. Soap 25c. Write for
came. Today, at dawn, in these pine Maiden, Mass.
of beauty. Not only during FREE sample to "Cuticura, Dept. 11 ..
load to California, to help the'diges--
+ woods, the earth smells as fresh as If "
'- tions of Pacific coast poultry; another cherry blossom time but throughout -
had The
it just been created. pine
makes glass bottles for Cuban brew- the year the people take a .keen
was and still is the: chief, natural resource
eries. delight lu the arrangement of their
'of the state. Lumber and its
ter: Palm fronds by the carload go as
allies, turpentine and rosin are thestate's
far North as Canada, for use on Palm 1
chief manufactured products. ..
Sunday. Palmetto fiber is made into /, S }rro..r :'ff. .t'': < S..r. ,
Throughout much of all middle and / ?: : ::,;,':$: : :}};)s::%'::: ; .. r..r9tr .h.v. ,
brushes. A college student pays his
north Florida you ride through for
way by stuffing baby alligators and
y. ests of pine and see trees "cupped"or
{;; selling them to tourists. He stuffed scarified for turpentine. Pungent ,.'

-VT-' 'COO babies in! one season-alligators, not fumes from wayside stills weight the :.;,.i t{ i r. 'r. :..;.. xr s.a::'rh .:: :.. .:.::.. ... ... ?+?v........ \4}.. .. "
air. To tap a tree and 'draw off its
Men wade on the bottom of the sea, '"
off in '
resinous bark is
gum, chipped .
picking sponges as a farm boy pulls: *5 JOHN; 'WE'VE -OH, YEAH ? "
strips a few inches above ground ; '
i qI T turnips. They are scientifically farmed then cups of metal or clay are placed :' WHAT ? RETURN ''r < HER YOU LLw ; SUNK EVERY* THAT'S JUST '
and are shipped the world around. under these cuts to catch the gum. It ', THAT; DRESS ? BET SHE'S PENNY WE HAD.LKE( YOU, DICKBLAMING v

? Schooners cruise. as faraway_ as, the, takes many thousands of trees to keep > ''s 'X ;.SHOULD ;SAY 'L 4.,;} IT' IN THIS 'STORE/1'' <' ./ ME :<:;>,:4>
coast of Honduras, catching sea tur- mill A DOZEN BECAUSE <>:' >
one fair-sized turpentine running NOT/ THINK WERE 1'W AND NOW YOU'RE :
tles. Unloaded at Key West, these 1 :
I which works just as does an alcohol IN BUSINESS TIMESAND BUSINESS IS w'' : 4
turtles are first branded on the breast- .
;- still. s:;>nY$' FOR', FUN ? ASK HER!
plate with the initials) of the local fish- associated YOU'RE DRIVING/ / (Y:
Turpentine and its product HOW ABOUT

ing company; ; then they"are put into rosin, are known as "naval, stores" i; PAYING ,, CUSTOMERS Lk'w' WHAT'S
tl" big tanks and fed on seaweed later
; 'AWAY/
because originally their chief use was ;? :: .
some are sent alive to New York ho- in shipbuilding. Today turpentine goes : BILL/ ABOUT ? ALB
'tels, their flippers neatly folded across
mostly Into paints and varnishes and r: HE'S LOST IS

their breasts and tied ; others, guillotined rosin goes into paper, hard soap, and 'S UL- I MONEY,.,YOU'REtZL
on a well-worn beheading block, \ .._
r many other commodities. A few big v LOSING
are turned into canned soup at- Key : +$ 'iOURfl ';
mills in the state now grind up pine
West but before turtle betaken MINDSO"
; any can stumps and other waste lumber and
from the tank he has to
pass steam th se chips in great boilers, extracting .
'? iin official inspection. Turtles may not
not only turpentine and rosin,
4- have flat feet or suffer from nervous but pine oil and other ingredients use

disordersbut now and then one is ful in industry and medicine."Fatwood" pF

found in no condition to go to market. the natives call the roots, ;Sl dSl
lie is thrown back Into the sea. Then, 1
lower the
stump, and portions of pine,
i' sometimes, a strange thing happens ; II because '.t burns so readily. A visitoris Y
of turtles from Honduras
among a cargo always amazed .at the speed with
700 miles away, one is found :
which a fire can be kindled in Florida
'/ with the company's initials already with 'a few splinters. 's THE BANK fi'M MORE WORRIED
branded his breast. Con; YOUR"HEAD OHALL
on bony
i$ '
Besides various pines, Florida also WON'T-END / < ; >
: demned and thrown back Into the sea yields much cypress lumber, from a US ANOTHER ABOUT' YOU, DEAR 4 $ :ACHES AND YOU I CAN'T FEEL $&*

turtles, It seems' swim all the way tree which grows with its feet in water. 'DR. RIPLEY IS 'CANT' SLEEP ANY WORSE' r <**&;

back to Honduras from Florida, only Some of the world's largest cy- DIMEWE' COMINGTOLSEEUS SOUNDS: LIKE''' THAN I DOCOFFEENERVES

to be caught; again press' mills are here. HOLD} ;. THE BABY. .. LET ,NOW P'CURSES! '

Fuller's Earth Mill. Great Place for Anglers. OUT MUCH ..<' ASK NIM/ ABOUT) WHYNOTO.UIT "POSTUM

Near Quincy, in north Florida, Is a When one considers the .number of LONGER ITS ;;vr VDU; COFFEE''' ANDS l A ALWAYS

.l big building with wheels, rollers, and golf players the ancient game has developed GOT ME\\ -'? /. WHAT E OESsr_ SWITCH TO' V ;p WRECKS MY- ;?

hoppers, like a flour mill; but It grinds in the United States, then multiplies n WORRIED I SHETfNK ? V PLANS i. s'.

;7' scoop up the claylike substance by idea of the army which swears by fishing r tiCAN DD L N Y fn4'

the acre. It Is dried, ground, sifted, as a hobby may be imagined and' :{..r. / \YOU SOME MONEY

sacked, and shipped to oil refineries the lure' of Florida's teeming :waters w4:< ys : 64: OR BUYOUT( I

all over the world. Through this fine for the followers of Izaak Walton pic- ..G,R: of:'.: THE ,
; ; ;
powdery dust the oil Is filtered. Dry- tured. I

'cleaners: use it to take out grease spots. Our government experts may scientifically

:r It has many other uses ; even the clay estimate the ;hidden supply of ,. .
used in beauty shops includes it. {+i '?GrY.r : n l
coal, ore, oil, and relative natural re- /
'' In beds of this earth workmen often sources, but no one has the temerityto t/ / Visairrr

;i find the bones of ancient animals. try to gauge the crop of the fish life

k Scientists from the American Museum of the Gulf stream, except to prove

of Natural History dug up the fossilized that there are more than COO, known

body of a manatee. The remainsof varieties and others being steadily add

saber-toothed tigers, prehistoric little ed to the list. The warm waters off: 4'NEW

horses, and even of camels ages old, the east coast and corresponding con TAKE A TIP

..!; have been found In Florida. ,
:' ditions in the Gulf of Mexico, on the YOU'RE FROM ME..IFVOU'VE
;: r- Many cigars are made at Key West western, side, are perhaps unequaledthe -AND / 6OTCOFFEENERVES

'"-L' and some at Miami and Jacksonville, world around as nature's own In- CAR, FOR'' >>' :' NETTING/ SWEETER ,.,

Jr';. but the Industry centers at Tampa, cubator of marine life. YOUR BIRTHDAY;' ".. ..I ; ,EVERY 1'/Y), POSTUM'J
'i.lr with its 200 factories, big ,and little. Just offshore on either coast the DARLINGWE''! JOHN,, SINCE/ -. J

1' 1f". One of them turns; out upward of half piscatorial enthusiast finds his happy : CAM AFFORD fir S/OU 'SWITCHED Fs

:;; a million a day. hunting ground. The sea Is alive with .''. T00r POSTUM/ CHILDREN should never drink
:.. BUSINESS ISI TO, 4 :4 coffee,and..the caffein in coffee
, Much of the tobacco used is Imported such fighting tribesmen as tarpon, sail- ;r c
: If are
with too.
.. from Cuba. Some is in disagrees many grown-ups you :.
Florida :
grown fish, marlin, albacore, tuna, barracuda ;:'
1,, .<: EVERY DA'I % bothered by headaches or indigestion,or can't sleep 1
;) and wrapper leaf also comes from wahoo, amber jack, dolphin, grouper, soundly. .try Postum for 30 days) It contains no .
" northern states. and many others familiar to saltwatertbhermen. caffein. It is simply whole wheat and bran,roasted

}; .; Cheaper cigars are made by clever On the coral barrier reefs. and slightly sweetened. Easy to make, costs less /. '-1

: .,,' machines, whose movements' often cu- but five miles off the* east coast, extending than one-half centa.cup, It's delicious, too...and ,.-
', ': riously resemble the motions made by from Miami Beach to Key may prove a real help.A product of General Foods. .1

'.>. ;:.':''O :; the hands of a human cigar-maker. West, endless varieties of smaller in FREE-Let us send you your first week's supply of ,.1I

;'; More expensive cigars, of the size and fishes abound; finding their food as L ; '' Postumfrcet Simply snail thecoupon. t., .o.F.COHP.

shape known to the trade as coronas, well as a fair protection from natural GENERAL FOODS.Battle Creek,Mich. W.N.U.1-25-36
royals, perfectos, panetelas, etc., are enemies In the holes and crannies of Send me, without obligation,a week's supply of Fostum.

all made by hand. Three workers, sitting the submerged coral ramparts. Great Name -

; In a row at the same bench, forma schools of Spanish mackerel, kingfish, Street

a team. They are paid by the thousand and the lowly mullet migrate up and StateFill .
This grouping of workers into down, serving their never-satisfied appetites | in completely t print name- and address.
'threes Is not done by the : If you live in Ca.nadanddress:Grnend Foods,Lid.. .
; but always on the lookout fora Coboure.Ont.(Offer expires Dec.31,1936.)
, it is left to the cl ar-makers themselves thousand foes who lie in wait behind

to choose their benchmates. coral head and sea fern to strike.

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The Clewiston ..Ners\ to 'speak In Clewiston will be' Dan tol, Tenn., Mrs T. M. McIntyre, tract for the year 1936 will be held':termine; and '
Chappell, who aspires. to the pffice Olympia, Wash.,. Fred G. M. Bri'en. at the office of said District, in the 3. .Transacting such' other busies
of Governor. Dan is starting his Toronto, Canada, L. D. .Massey, Os- City Hall Building at Clewiston,I'I ness as may come. before. the meet. _
speaking tour In the Everglades, ceola, Ark., :Mrs. L. R. Hubbard, Ta- Hendry County, Florida; on Wednesday ing. I ,./
Published every Friday in Clew iston, showing that he Is not underestimating koma Park, Md.,, Olivia S. Overmeyer ', February 5, at ten o'clock A. r BOARD OF SUPERV1SJ
M., Eastern Standard Time for
Florida, by the CLEWISTON N EWS, the strength of this section and Medford, Oregon, Mrs. Howard of ORS OF SUGARLAND
purposes :
Inc. if "he shows the same determinationIn Koonce, Halltown, W. Va., Mrs.' E.W. I I DRAINAGE DISTRICT .. ,_
; for office that he showedIn : Brown, San Diego, Calif., W. 1. Electing supervisors; ; By: F. D. DUFF,
fighting his political foes from Lenton, Toronto, Can., and w 2. Receiving annual reports and President.
0'1 taking such, action with Dated January 17, 1936.
the floor of the House he'll be still Bender, Venice, Calif. respect
Keathley Dowden, Editor thereto as the landowners may de- D-N Jan. 17-24, 1936.
going strong when the campaign Is

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Entered as- second class .mail mat- LaBELLE LADY WILL -rI' -"- ,
ter February 1', 1927 at the Post TEACH MUSIC HERE (Continued from page 1) : : : -j

Office in CleTrfston, Florida, under Flanders, of Moore Haven, will have y
the Act of Marefii 3, 1897. Mrs. J. E. Adkinson, of LaBelle, charge of the two locks in the Ca- y
was In Clewiston Wednesday making loosahatchce River and R. S< King, '
----- arrangements for conducting music of Port Mayacca will'have the con- li i'' CLEWISTONfiOLF 1 1z f

Subscription rate;, |2.00 pee:: year. classes here on one or two days a trol of the St. Lucie locks. These .
week for those who wish to take les- which ..
Advertising' rates en application. men will hear any grievance
sons. She will also teach dancingand may be had by property owners or "

elocution.Mrs. boat owners regarding water tables I: .., :. i I
Devoted to- the advancement and Adkison will hold her music and will pass them on to the{ districtU. Ir

welfare of Clewiston awl Hendry classes at the schoolhouse probably S. Engineers office to be acted :

County. during school hours but will hold upon. Only the District 'Engineer in :i: :,:
dancing lessons following school. She Jacksonville will have the right to .. _. I' ..
.z. : 'z
ViSitor- I will teach voice, violin, viola, cello determine height of the water but ,+ .:'; .. 'H :::
Two thousand the sugarhouse double bass, saxophone, clarinet, he will act. .on, the suggestion of the : J I :.z.v :
this season and th e season. trumpet, or bugle. Her dancing clas- project engineers. Height of water 'i. I ::.
less than two motes 01< ses will include both tap dancing and will be regulated as necessary for I : I
1'r ball-room dancing and first classes farming' and navigation between :
>' will be held next Thursday. Those fourteen and seventeen feet.
Maybe we did Rave to wade Wishing to take Instruction in either Maintenance work' .,will be taken

around day but in at the least mud we amT didn't rain Wednes-have to music or dancing are urged to see care of by crews out of Clewiston .II_: a Open to the Public jlj._:
Mrs: Adkison at the school Thursdayor except for any minor work which. .
shovel next monring.Huey ,
snow <
to make arrangements with Prof. may be'done by the lock-tenders. .z. .:. '.:
W, L. Beacom. The U. S. Lighthouse Service '''hag y
Long may be dead but Louis-: Some of the 'older women of the made a survey of the lake with a Y: h I

ianans till take their politics ser- community have shown, their'Interest view to properly marking channels, .:. ... .
iously. And it appears they like 'em In the dancing classes ,and it a large erecting 'necessary buoys, etc., but :: *. ,;, .I'I'.z.
seasoned with "hooey.1tCongratulations enough number are 'Interested Mrs. have not taken any action at this .z.; .. .
Adkison states that she will hold time other than to arrange for a re- : .
to the KIwanis night classes for them. arrangement of the light system now Y'

Club on its fourth birthday ,fine in use on the lake. Many. of', the (

organization and doing a great dealto Visitors At Mill- lights now in use are not 'needed :: Moderate Green Fees. :_.:, ,
promote civic pride in Clewiston. and these will be moved to more .z. ..
strategic points.Sunday :;: Exceptional Fairways *

Apparently the Tampa grant jury ( from page 1) ::: :_ t

finds it not so strange that Chief New Vienna, Ohio, O. W. Kunert, School- :i: interesting Greens :i: ;

Tittsworth wanted to resign and conduct Memphis, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Jno. .s... ..z. ,
his own "investigation" ot the Keegan, Richland Center,Wisconsin, .z".. A !
flogging cases. Lucretia Putney, Concord, N. H., F. (Continued from page. 1) :. t'
which is being stressed. j !
the In G. Schwartz, MIddleton, Conn., Mr. Those attending the and :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..:..:..:.,:..:.. ....:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:-:..:..:,..:..:-:.
highway supper
Slow signs on and Mrs. Chas. B. Herold, Ridge- -
Clewiston are being repainted this wood, N. Jer., Geo. F. Titze; Sumner the meetings were: :' Dr. and' Mrs.
week. The signs had been almost obliterated Iowa[ Mr. and Mrs. J.:, L. Meyers, Lewis E. Black, Rev. Alexander --- -

by traffic but no one can Scloto Mills, 111.; Frank'' Wilson, Detroit Linn, Miss Lena'' Smith, Dr. J. W. .
have the excuse to say that he or I Mich., Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Sanford Ezelle, J. E. ,Beardsley, Mr. 'and Mrs. \ .
she didn't see them while driving Coldwater, Mich., Mr. and Mrs.E. B. E. Herring, 'Dr. and Mrs. 'D.: J. t

recklessly through the townsite. ,B. Clark, Shortsville, N. Y., Mr. Williams;, I; M.-,Pafford' Mrs. A. H. :." .

and Mrs. Homer Hickman, Middle- King, Mr. and Mrs. R. N" Smith, I. ,.. :;...,: >
King Edward has had twentyoddyears town, Del., F. A. Strong, Morrisville, D. Leydig, Miss Marion Leydig, Mrs.J. '
in which to sow and harvesthis Vt.', 'H. >C. Johnson, Belmont, N. C., G.'Niblack, F. M. Wright and 'Mi. > : :>"' > '
crop of wild oats. He should be Alfred Hill, Petersburg, Va., F. K. and Mrs.. H. B. Merriam.. Dr. and .1 t ? :: !

content now to settle down to, rule Dungan Ludlow, Ky., R. C. Yoder, Mrs. Black 'were entertained overnight jk .

his people and perhaps sacrifice himself Houston, Tex. E. R. Harrison,. Seat- by Mr.'' and Mrs.' F. M. Wright, :" J'f
on the altar of marriage for tile,Wash., Mabel Johnson, Spring' Miss Smith by Mr. and Mrs., 1. M. DanChappell" -. .

the sake of his country. field, Mo., Mrs. Jere Kummel, Rob- Pafford and Rev.. ,Linn by Dr. and i

'inson, Kansas, J. U. Babin, 'Baton Mrs. D. J. Williams at the The first candidate of the season Rouge La., M. H. Copenhaver, BrioNOTICE >

Alston's Robbed .
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Continued From Page 1)
I place,.he says, his car ran out of gas '
and the negroes continued on foot :

to where they had hidden the ma-. \ IT1! :: OfMiami .

,. '..,.' chines and broke them open. Wishing ,,.', ., I
.. avoid trouble he said he '
to '
any / .
'. (: y
.': < ; had called as soon as he got. to a c r ., II > "
'. ,' \ telephone.The $ ;
..', negroes had not been caught t.-. '. ,
; this but it is not believed \ & illiLW1I "
It morning \ .
is unlawful for any person or .:' ;' .
persons that they will long avoid being apprehended : ,< .
by the sheriff and his ;; : :
to-set fire same. be ': i "
or cause to set oil deputies. : > ,

lands within the EVERGLADES : .', ,... '. ...
any : ; :; ':" :/" :
Bonus Will- "
: first securing a fire permit either from the (Continued from page 1.)
of the county'is expected to make the Candidate F O'.GOVERNOR"

Fire number close to 100. This number,,
:. Warden of the ,District or: Fire Con using an average of the estimated

trol headquarters at Belle Glade. The bonus for a greater number of the ", ,
American Legion members should '
of lands lessees bring a minimum of $50,000 of the 'J
owners tenants or occupants '
1 bonus:? money into Hendry county. .1

shall be responsible f r.all. fires The entire county will profit by
the expenditure of even half of this .
found burning on their lands and are, sub amount and, it is safe to say' that a .Subject to June Democratic Primary

large number of those who received ,". .
ject to a fine or imprisonment for permitting only comparatively small amounts .' .
hundred dollars will .. :
of two or ; : :" '
without all within short time. .. : :" : : :
same, first securing permit.District spent It a / Will Speak -In.CLEWISTON. ; .

Second Man DrownedOn } "' ..

Number Four (4)) comprises Standard's ContractThe !
Hendry and Collier Counties. Thomas' W. \ ,

Waldron, Clewiston, Florida, Warden\ : .forDistrict. month second'drowning at the dredge '"Diesel"within, hydraulic a- Monday Night, January 27, at 6 o'clock -

dredge of the Standard
\ .' .. predging Company, working on their \
:'1 c :: .' Jy,1r. ;. 'contract in the Caloosahatchee River .'I((1 )XC4 -'I)..

near Olga, occured Sunday when
I \ : .r1; : >- .* '!, Fred "Old Dutch" Boye, 56-year-old .

GUY J. BENDER ,' >i t ,- beachcomber of Fort Myers Beach oA South Florida Candidate .. :
,. ....i fell from the pipe line and was car-
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ried under the'dredge by the cur-

'. CHIEF OF rent. The first drowning was a negro .
who fell from one of the pontoons
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about two.'weeks ago. Beginning His Speaking Tour. -

In The Lake Se lion .
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..", I Notice is hereby given that, pur- '
: : of ,suant to call of the Board of Supervisors (Paid Politlcial Adv.)
:, I of Sugarland Drainage District -
the annual meeting of the landowners .
I of Sugarland Drainage Dis J
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I ......................................*.................---I........................'Y..:. Mrs. C. W. McDonald, of Belle Mrs. I. M. Pafford.. I Miller' was presented. with, ,a. set of. Thomas, a cheese and ;;cracker 'dish.- J :

Glade, was a visitor here Thursday.: The house was beautifully deco crystal ta'bleware. Fancy sandwiches, cake ; .t.
.t4/Ar; ; :$;.: Personal I Mention :$_: rated with roses and'" a color! schemeof "Those, enjoying the occasion were: were served by the hostess and coffee to:-, ..

), ? *.. ... pink and blue was carried out in Mrs. G. S: Mobley, Mrs. 'Sv W. Houser .
,,.., < '........................................... ...............................................,........... .- Sidney afternoon Hoover from returned New Wednesday Orleans, -, decorations, bridge tallies, etc. The Mrs. V. A. Allen Mrs. H. O. Mrs.Mrs. .J.D.W.G. Alston Ezelle,, Mrs.Mrs. R.G. N B._ Smith Thomas -,. ''..

." Mrs. Ray Green, of 'Belle Glade, where he has spent the past several delicious luncheon course consisted' Peters, Mrs. D. G. Alston and Mrs. Mrs. H. R. Hall,' Mrs. W. F. '

was in Clewiston Tuesday. weeks recuperating from an opera- creamed, chicken, orange peel bas- J.V. EzelU. Simpson and Mrs; M. E: y nawine. ,
-,.- kets filled with mashed sweet potato 1 ,
tion performed during the Christmas
hot rolls, fruit 'dessert with de- THE COMMUNITY CHURCHD. -
: Gideon Brown spent Sunday In De- holidays. He was met in West 'Palm ( .
;'" ..Land. corated cup 'cakes .and coffee. Fol- Jenkins Williams, Minister ; Y
Beach Fr. F. J. Finnegan.
by '
,." : lowing the luncheon Mrs. Paffordwas : IS YOUR 4"SUBSCRIPTION PAID? ,..:.
-- Sunday; January 26,' 1936
: presented: with number. of attractive ,
i:_ 'R. L. Smith spent the week-end Mrs. Hoomes Rich and Mrs. Sam gifts. 9:45 A. M. Sunday School. '4

,:y j:"'': visiting friends in Moore Haven. Houser enjoyed a fishing trip on 1045 A, M\ Junior Church'. I :'
The 'afternoon was spent in bridge .......... .................
,<,' ;:' Lake Worth on Thursday of last playing with the high ,score' prize 7:45 P. M. Evening Worship: Special .::. : :' : :1N:NNHHN. ::N:N:N : : : : : : : : :-::' 1

;.'''. H. R. Hall and A. A. Munroe week. They were the guests of Capt.Branden'burg '' Smith the mixed y
going to. Mrs. R. N. a hand song service by ::, New and Used :;:
'. :;,. spent two days during the past week of Palm Beach and reported embroidered luncheon set; Mrs. V. chorus. A welcome is extended y | .

it. W/ in Tampa.Mr. a catch f'ten bluefish dur- A. Allen received the low score prize, .the public to attend this service.- :: '
.:, the afternoon. I i FURNITURE |j:
ing a linen guest towel, and Mrs. Crabh := ': :..

4;,. and Mrs. H. E. Rioux, of Savannah '' .was given a novelty doll as guest Ii I MRS. PAFFORD ENTERTAINS y: -*- ? .
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley, C. 'E. ;
:W E-: Ga. are visiting Mr. andrefMrs.
" ,, i'>" left Saturday to spend two weeks attending : Lawler, Mrs. Olin Carleton Mrs. K. Mrs I. M. Pafford was hostess at : ... 'J

,:'K.""" ,!jF'r.j-.: -:- the Road-builders and Contractors : Bowden, Mrs. B. C. Flaniken, Mrs. V. the regular meeting 'of' her bridge :*: FURNITURE COMPANY .
? j
> := "" Miss Josephine Weinberger, of Equipment show In Cleveland -:; A. Allen, Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. club at her home on the, reservation ',

0., and the Caterpillar. Tractor(I D. G. Alston, Mrs. R. N, Smith, Mrs.I. Wednesday afternoon. y'v' r
FanstinsRogero :: Belle Glade Florida :_;: .
'Service schoolat
Company's Sales and A M. Pafford, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. High score prize, bath towels, :

,:, Peoria, Ill. Word was received 'C. 'W.: McDonald, Mrs.' A. A. ,Munroe, went to Mrs. D. !Alston; low prizeto +: Next Door To Theatre. ..::... "'I
; '. and Mrs. Olin here the first of the week that the Mrs. C. E. Mrs. TV. Ezelle Mrs. H. .. .
Mrs. \\ F. Simpson I Nail, J. R. Hall, an oven bake .r
) 'IJJlJP.:f.:, Carleton were Moore Haven visitors party had been where held up at a point I Mrs. Hoomes Rich, Mrs.\ J. L. Crabb dish, I :' Thursday afternoon. in Tennessee they were snow- Mrs J. E. Beardsley'. and Mrs. J.. G. .'

i. : ;},1::., bound for two days. i iAIRS. Niblack. i I .

s-_",. business, visitors in Fort Myers Sat- SMITH:: HONORS MRS. MRS. .WILLIAMS ENTERTAINSFOR "

.r' : q-... .:urday.. TALLYN WITH BRIDGE-TEA SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS; Make Cater's Your. Shopping Center .,:" '

, '" ,., "r' Mrs. G. S. Mobley returned Friday 'Mrs. G. E. Smith entertained Wednesday Mrs. D., J. Williams entertained' While ,In The Palm Beaches ,
. '-: evening from a visit of several afternoon with a bridge tea the members of her Sunday School ..
,1 honoring Mrs. L. L. Tallyn, a guestof class at the manse, Wednesday .evening -
;>,L, ;>: .days in West Palm Beach. .
';: '. ;: Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg. with a supper. The supper. was

... ; ':. .' Prizes at bridge were won by the held' at the close of the regular
:;' .' : Miss Dell O'Connell is spending following ladies: high, Mrs. C. L. monthly business meeting.
:.. '!,: relatives and
f I- '. two weeks visiting Downs, a vase, low, Mrs. Max' Meluh, Those 'present were: Miss Roberta Solid W'ood

'( ": friends, In Iowa. bath powder, cut, Mrs.,, H. 'J. B. Spicer, Miss Elizabeth Winn, Miss I. .

., J Scharnberg, stationery and guest June Hooker, Miss Barbara Smith, ; .
Edward A. Forbes, of West Palm prize, a handkerchief to Mrs. Tallyn. Miss Mildred Ward, Miss Ethel Wil-

Beach, was a business visitor In ,Sandwiches, cake and coffee were lis, Miss Gladys Willis, Miss Anne .; FURNITURE T'

.: Clewiston Wednesday., served to Mrs. Richardson ,Selee, Mathis 'and Miss Bernice O'Neal.

Mrs. H. J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. F.

rs. Rev. and :Mrs. J. T. Coulllette Deane Duff, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, :MRS.. HOOMES. RICH GIVES .

q Moore Haven, were visitors In Clew- Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. W. C. Owen, BRIDGE LUNCHEON TUESDAY I : '
Wednesday. Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer Mrs. I. ;, .
iston F. : We invite you to, see our new :'stock of solid wood : I
-- Hill, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. Max Mrs. Hoomes Rich entertained I furnituie. The practical furniture for the service re. :

LL Mrs. F. A. Ray returned Wednesday Meluh, Mrs. W:. P. Vaughn, Jr., Mrs. Tuesday with a bridge luncheon and quired-lri: the Glades. '. .

from Savannah, Ga., where she C. L.' Downs, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, surprise' shower honoring. Mrs. Leslie -I .
New solid Philipine Mahogany Oak and Living '
Mrs. W. TV. Perry and Mrs. 'F. M. Miller. Maple ,I ,
has been visiting her parents I
Room, Dining Room or Bedroopi Suites. National '
several weeks. Wright. Mrs. S. W. Houser: was awarded finishes '. .
or two-tone with bone white in variety of styles
I high 'score prize at bridge and 'received I and quality: "
MONTHLY MEETING OF GARDEN a set of cocktail napkins. Mrs .
Mrs. C. I. Hollingsworth and son,
CLUB HELD WITH MRS.. SCHIFFLI G S. Mobley was low' ,and received, Beautiful matching odd pieces-Desks, Chairs and
Dick, of Winter Haven, are visitingDr. I
Tables, Coffee Tables, etc.EASY. .
as prize a pair of prints., Mrs. '- "
'wall : .
and Mrs. J. G. Niblack and Mr. I
The January meeting of the garden -
and Mrs. M. J. Hirsh this week. TERMS '
if'it club was held Thursday afternoon .
f' with Mrs. O. F. Schiffli as hostess. FOR SALE'-Excellent business s cor- You. don't need the ,cash at Cater's. Use your .,' ".t
, Mrs. Fred Henricksen attended a One of the chief topics was that of ner on ,state highway No.25.. credit.. Easy convenient terms to suit your particular o'

i'" -, meeting of the Moore Haven Wo- playground equipment.: Plans were South east" corner Miami canal with requirements. No carrying charges% or extras. Free : .

-e'',' man's Club Thursday afternoon on formed: for installing this equipment mercantile ,buildings and dwelling, delivery and quick' efficient service.

y :." the, club's, twentieth anniversary. within the very .near future. It was Lake Harbor., Write M. I, Johnson. "
_. ..:: .* ,. NO CARRYING CHARGES :. ..
.\....' also decided that the club would pre- 536 Rush"'St.;;: Chicago;'111.:. ',' i ', .
Miss' Mignon St. Martin' and ;Mr. sent a basketball to the high school I "

and Mrs. G. Small spent the weekend team.

in Tampa as the guests of Mrs.Small's The 'hostess conducted a contestof J. iva. COUSECounselor CATER'S.

sister, Mrs. Gertrude Jacobs. arrangement and planting of a 1

garden. The contest, was 'won by Mrs. and Attorney; at ,Law
5 Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Mobley left TVl C. Owen, who received a powder ..
Hopkins '
,Building *
Tuesday for Jacksonville where they brush as prize., 333DATURA ST., 711 N., DIXIE: WEST PALM BEACHAttractive
will visit for the remainder of the Date pudding and coffee were Wednesdays and Saturdays

:r" week.A. served by the hostess to Mrs. G. B.Rackstraw .
9:30 to.,,4:00
R. Y. Patterson
Mrs. ,

L. Durgan, of" Minneapolis, Mrs. W. C.'Owen, Mrs. F.: M. Wright,'
;, Minn., and owner of several lots in Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs: W. M. Redel- ---- '----------

y' Clewiston, was In town this week sheimer Mrs. ;H. A. Bestor, Mrs.. E.

looking after property Interests. L. Stewart and Mrs. G. E. Smith.

-- The February meeting will be held H. U!
4'J.. B. Jeffries, Chairman of the at the home of Mrs. W. F. 'Simpson. FOR SALE > .
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Trustees of the. South Florida Con-

servancy District, was in town on SCHARNBERGS FOR VISITING GIVE PARTY GUESTSMr. I i: : Clewiston Home Small Cash Payment |H=;

business Wednesday. .. .. ..
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F. A. Ray drove ;to West; Palm and Mrs: H. J. B. Scharnberg .. .. J .i. .:.

Beach Wednesday afternoon, to meet entertained Tuesday evening with a tv.. .t. I .y.. ..t.v .
Mrs. Ray who has been visiting for card party honoring their guests, Mr. + y
$I, some time in Savannah. and Mrs. L. L. Tallyn, of Dover, N. y y.
; y
J. .:. : .j' .:.
Mr. and'Mrs.. L. L. Tallyn, of Do- At bridge the high score prize for yYyy

ver, N. Jer., visited Mr. and Mrs. H. ladies was received by Mrs. W. M. I .":.. .:. 'y,' .:,
8J.. J. B. Scharnberg this week. Mr. and Redelsheimer a pair of linen pillowcases I .. .:. ..i'.' ...
I.:. .:.. .:.
Mrs. :'
Scharnberg accompanied themto ; second high went to Mrs. G. I .:.
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,. Miami Thursday. E. Smith,. two guest towels, and low I.. ... ..' .:.
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to Mrs. F. Deane Duff, handkerchiefs '. .;. .'i1 ...
: Mrs. B. J. Schroeder and son, Joe, J. J. Harrington, was high for I.
"; left Sunday' to spend two weeks in men and received handkerchiefs as
il 1-" Stuart visiting relatives. sister : :: :!: :;:
: Her a prize, G. E. Smith was second high

7 Miss Judy. Johnson, came for them and received a double deck of, cards,I .1. .:. 1t..
/: > that day.- while L. L. Tallyn was low and received .A:. ... .yt..
t. 'a shaving stick. .:. .f. ..f.:. .:.

";' Mrs. Mark R. Lawler, Mrs. D. C. At Michigan Mrs. M. W. Bigg was .f ..

Brinsdon, Mrs. A. A. Munroe and high scorer and was presented witha l :

Mrs. C. E. Nail spent Wednesday in pair of silk hose. Dr. O. F. Schiffliwas J y

G West Palm Beach. They met Mrs. J. high for men and received fancy ..:... L :.f.
ti- L. Crabb who has been visiting in matches as a prize., .:. n } ..f.:' f

Miami this week. Mrs. Tallyn was presented with a .:. I .:.
guest prize, a set of bottles of per- A 1

.. Ed Heath left Tuesday to spend a fume.A .. ,
;:' few days at his home in Fort Meade. : .. .sI .
salad course and coffee
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i+: His brother, Frank, is taking his served to: Mr. and Mrs. "",'. C. Prew- .;. .;. ., 'J .;.
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_, place in Alston's Store during his itt, Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mr. 1 W-

<;r.a: .. absence. and 'Mrs. R. Y. Patterson Mr. and i ,. : ; : "j> HP'
, ,
Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mr. and Mrs. F.. .:. .. ..
J' Mr. and Mrs. Mark R. 'Lawler, M. Wright Mr. and Mrs. M, W.. Bigg, .:. .:. .t ? ".,,",','o, .:' ....

Mrs. J. L. Crabb, Mrs.. D. C. Brins Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mr and VAy .

don and John B. Dotterer visited Mi- Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer, Dr. and .:. ..:. .. ..:.. .i'
.:. .. ..
ami Sunday, making the trip by way Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Capt. and Mrs. :
of Fort Myers and the TamiamI Richardson Selee, Mrs.\ M. M. Prew- ;:i:: :*: Pay The Balance Like Rent :i: ::
Trail. Mrs. Crabb remained in Miami .
itt, Mrs. Max Meluh, John Lucaa,
for a visit of several days. Jay W. Moran and J.- J. Harrington. .*. .*.. WE- HAVE HELPED BUILD MANY CLEWISTON HOMES :ft't' : :;:
Dr. and' Mrs. Lewis E. Black, of MKS. II. O. PETERS GIVESBRIDGELUNCHEON :: :: ::
'' -: New York City, Rev. Alexander Linnof

Lakeland and 'Miss Lena Smith, n I Clewiston Home Building Association H= j
of Winter Haven were in Clewiston Mrs, H. O. Peters entertained

Monday night to conduct a Sunday- i Thursday with a bridge luncheon at .. .1. ..
school Institute at the .t.! .!. PHONE 102'J '. +_
Community I her home on the Government reservation .:. .:. ..:'

church. I honoring Mrs. J, L. Crabb and ._ ...- __ .___ .Ti


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"I ,CHAPTER I The man addressed as Pharaoh you know but cheerful. Not

-1- wrinkled his brow. tall, but I'd say he was very strong.
I' Attend a Funeral.If "I've never liked you," he said. "And "Good" said Geoffrey. He

my cousin, Geoffrey Bohun had I when you question my orders, I like to Barley. "And now come' and : !

had to work for his living, he, would, you less. There's food for thought my place. I mean, If they should I
V "
as a painter of portraits, have made there, flush.- business. I

; his mark but, work within doors he An Instant later Dewdrop was out of As Barley stepped to the I
he flung himself into chair
would not, arid since he cared noth- sight. a
That I was In some danger was lighted a cigarette.
ing at all for riches or fame he paint
ed old buildings and landscapes and! perfectly clear. I was, however determined "These things "happen" he_ said.

not to withdraw for the wasn't your fault, my dear John,
lazy streams, and though I think, that
cried out for and if we don't look out it may be I
; he painted these very well, the pub corpse vengeance ,
,': ', lie would not have them, but clam- K once I lost touch with the rogues great misfortune. In plain words I
my chance of bringing them down you probably know. you stand In '
; ored for portraits Instead:*
ger of death. You viewed at i
t-': Whether Geoffrey was right or might, be gone for good.

k: V wrong, 1 cannot pretend to say, but I decided to try and "pick up" Dew- leisure certain terrible" rites"whIch ;

I must confess that-'I was glad of his drop without delay for, once I knew one. was meant to see.

p; choice, for since my parents' death, I where he was, my woodcraft would "I can't help that," said I. "
sorry about that letter but I'm
had lived with him, and the workhe probably, beat him. I I
Without more ado I therefore aban- going to hold my tongue. '
w;: preferred made us free of the coun-

:.', tryslde. Indeed, of the .four' years doned my covert and almost at onceI murdered that'poor devil and" r!.
preceding the ,matters which I am to heard the fellow stumble over the damned well ought to be hung.

r.; : tell we had not spent six, months at root of some tree and two minutes "I: quite agree," said Geoffrey.,"

;:' his London house, but had traveled later I was afoot behind him.I must be brought to justice-I'm

i had that after casual clined to think Fate sent you
\ winter and summer, at home and a sur-
I;. abroad. We visited many places and vey the man would return to the dell, that Intent. But Fate works In a I II I

;;' saw all manner of beauties\ that few for then I could reach' my cousIn' and

:: men see, for often enough my cousin tell him my news. While he was
\ would paint at dawn when the dew ,fetching Barley I could then go backto Oxford Dictionary,

;:: lay thick upon the meadows and the my covert to keep an eye on the

mountains stood up like a rood-screen rogues. But Dewdrop stayed on. Guide, Ap

'= V against the sky. v, Fie was passing the covert In whichI

X- Of such was my education after I had lain when he stopped and
Too often we are reproved for
left my school and though' I might peered at the bushes and then glanced '
words and expressions which are
have done better Oxford Instead round.
to go to
"King's ,,English, observes a writer
I learned to speak German'and Satisfied that no one was looking,
the Herald. They may
t- French with a pretty good grace and he went on his hands and knees to
be, but many of them have such
V to share with the peasants o; Europe pluck from the heart of the bushesa
strong hold among the people that
their several hopes and fears. paper some four inches long.
are to have the official sanction of
I was in as fine a condition as a I shall never forget that momentI -
Oxford English Dictionary which
man of two-and-twenty may be, 'and think that my heart stood still: for, ;
recognized as the standard English
ny only care was the knowledge ,that as my hand flew to my pocket I. knew

very soon now the agreeable life I was that paper was a shoemaker'sbill tionary.

leading must come to an end. This which had folIoed.me'. out from Not long ago we suffered from

by my cousin's decree. for 'Geoffrey London complete with its envelope epidemic of "itis," We had "
was trustee of my fortune and though bearing my name and addressthe itis, even "Monday' morningitis. .
/ '
he was only some twelve years older address of the inn at which have to thank Mr. Asquith'for

than I, I had to a great extent to do Geoffrey and I were. lodging some five us this for in 1003 he spoke of I
ing "fiscalltls," and In 1006 of a .
miles off.
as he said. And at twenty-three, he '
declared, I must take to work: "anG I saw Dewdrop finger the letter and attack of "suffragitis." In the

from then," said he, "till you're thirty find it dry, Then he looked from supplement to the Oxford English

your allowance will be exactly as his find to the spot at which It had '

much.as you earn. Earn five 'pounds lain. Then lie lay down and drew him- ,

V a week and I'll give you another five.: self forward, parting the bushes' be-

You've 'got to make good." fore him exactly as I had done., Plainly } -

,, I was brooding on this one morning the man 'was no fooL He wishedto

,, -for my birthday was the first of be sure how much John Spencer had ,
October, and June was very'near' out seen John Spencer of The Three BEGINthe .i

kV -when I heard the sound of voices a Kings, Lass. i

w.t: V little way 'off. The next moment he was up and I
This was unusual enough for save was whipping back to the dell..

for the birds and beasts an Austrian The murder was out swiftest

: .
forest at dawn Is a lonely place: but

what was stranger still was' that the As we hurried ,back to the Rolls venture

voices were English and. coarse at 1 told my cousin my tale, and though

t that. he made no comment, I saw 'that' he

Geoffrey was painting 'a vista two was perturbed. of your life

furlongs away and Barley his man, Arrived at the car, I saw him take I I I

was half a mile off with the Rolls.: It out a ,pistol and slip it, into his coat.

jk V V was, therefore/plain that no one was Ten minutes later we slid Into the RIGHT

,., talking with them and I made my yard of the Inn at Lass. ;
way quietly forward to see and '''hear As we stepped out my cousin turnedto

what I could. his man. withDORNFORD

,, Almost at once I saw bushes which "Put her away," he said. "Then take

: seemed to me to be'screening the edgeof the other pistol and come to our '

some bluff. I could hear the soundof rooms."

labor and the sob of a man 'as he As we entered the Inn;-I heard him ..' to the tune of \

wielded some heavy tool. order our breakfast to be served in

Then a spout of oaths startled the a quarter of an hour. breathless

i,; silence, and two men were cursing Our sitting-room was: directly above ,
I each other the one alleging that the
V the archway which led to the yard, .
other would be his death, and the
and its old bay-window commandedthe exciting '
; ; other Insisting that the one had got street below. )

,r in his way.A .
My cousin strolled to the bay and
third man spoke..
stood looking out. "
1 "Suppose'you "
V go on now.
"When Barley comes up," he said
"But he'll do In
r; me In a minute,
layln' about with that pick." "I want you to tell your story over
again. Six eyes are better than four
"The world \vill be the cleaner"
in a matter like this." -
said the other 'and stifled
a yawn. "Till
I was 'glad of his words, for Bar- Storm Music is Dornford
; then, get on with your work. I say, get
it'::' on." ley was a very good man and true as in a secret vault of Castle
,:" steeL .
His voice was deadly. the beautiful Helena, mistress
The door was opened and Barley
More curious than
ever, I lay downon
came Into the room.
the ground and, wriggling cautiously -
My cousin spoke over his shoulder.
,r" ,forward Into the bushes which
"Mr. Spencer has had an adventure.I .
r screened the men from my view.
want you to hear it, Barley so he's
I shall
never forget the scene. "
going to tell It again.
Directly below me in the midst of
When I had done-
sparkling dell were five grown ,
men. "
"Well, Barley, said my cousin, !
Two with pickaxe and, shovel were "what do you think?"
digging a hasty the sods
grave: had
"It's a pity about that letter, sir,
been piled to one side, but a third "
bearing name and address.
.', man was taking the earth and castingIt ,
"A very great pity said Geoffrey. :
; Into a brook A fourth man was "
"Anything else? J
leaning against the trunk of tree
a ,
: "If Mr. Spencer, sir, could describethe
smoking a cigarette., And the fifth
f men I'd like to hear what they
dead beside him. ,
; look like This spectacle shocked me so much
for sure. I take It he's got a drop on
that, a moment or two 'went by before "
the end of his nose. >\
I had collected my wits: then I knew av .
"That's right, said I. "I marked
.':', that the man had been murdered for
It. He's a little dark man, very
his belted smock
ti. gay green was heavily wiry. I think he's a Jew. Pha-
stained with blood.
'f. roah Is' tall and slight much !
i f' As the porter came back from the better class than the others and well I

t. brook"That's- turned out His hair is fair, and he's

] enough earth away, Dew- rather protruding eyes. Rush looksan
-, drop," said the man who had spoken awful blackguard. A very low fore-

t last. "Take another stroll in the coun head and his ears stick out from his I

try and see there's nobody up.!! head. Very dark he Is, and a scar

t" The man who was shovelling runs down from the edge of his mouthto

,J' stopped and straightened his back. his chin. The fourth man looked j ( I

"Lemme do that, Pharaoh. I'm sick the best of the lot. He was very broad 1

\ of this spade." and had rather an open face: rough,

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}" Crocheted Potholders ( Album Contains Signature .:

in a: Lantern DesignBy of Nearly''Every Famed One .,

v"OUR COMIC' SECTION GRANDMOTHER CLARK The signature of virtually every

famous person In the world today

has been 'recorded in at least one !

autograph album .
r .11.. A recently completed collection of

signatures, acquired by its owner

FINNEY OF THE FORCE R;J SHsSH: Blood Money through 23 years of travel and at a
cost of 50,000, contains every one

.7, ': f or'the 30,000 autographs that he
.;;. I WONDER HOW --- on-THAT'S y ( HERE'S MOICHAEL- I/ wanted, Including those of kings,

r:' : HE MADE ALl. l J r1 VJHV HE LOOKS ] \ MEBBE HE CAM ; presidents and dictators, with the

l WORRIED ALL If TELL USSA one exception of Pope Pius Xl's.CoIller's. .-
_: .

Week's Supply of.Postum Free
1 Read the offer made by the Postum

Company In another part of this pa-

p ., per. They will send a full week's sup-
, :', .:, ply of health giving Postum free to
;; anyone who writes for It.-Adv.

\G :;': Potholders are necessary inery': As,Needle in HaystackA'
: kitchen so why not make them at-
: strange accident happened to a
" : ..:'...:. tractive when you do make them? strange; craft in the Bay of Biscay In ,1
These potholders are .ct&cheted with
'. heavy string crochet cOtton forming 1S7S. Cleopatra's Needle, a 200-ton .](
,obelisk,.was.being towed-on a giant .
Jap lanterns and in: colors:red, green, (
-' Iron cradle supported by pontoons-
( jellow. The design Is the, same on ,
from Egypt to England by the S. S.
all three but the colors are' reversed,
,Olga. During a storm the cables
giving a very attractive and'pleasingeffect. .
snapped and the craft, despite its'
The finished holders measure' '
<" great size, was not found for more
_ SUREN' MOM VMHUT BOUGHT 6 inches each. 'No padding"lS' required -
than two mgnths.-Collier's.
THAT HOUSE ? HE MAtTE HIS MONEY If made with heavy cotton.

OUT O' TH' WEAKNESSES O' OTHER c! HE WU7. instructions. for making this set;
"..'.;: Ml/4/ -BRIMGIKT GRIEF To SoRRERFdL MIA HE A PINTIST/I No. 732. will be mailed to you,' foe 10 '
, .:,-. wAS A ; cents. Instructions with material Don't
. ..." .:!>\ V/OMIM_ "TEARST' L'lL CHILDREN will be mailed for 40 cents., "

.':';',;f!' : GAMBLERO'RAA1 Address Home C af.t. Co,,,.Dept.. : B;
: '
; Nineteenth' and Sf. Louis Ave.; St.

'f: Louis, Mo.- Inclose: a"stamped addressed /. Guess But
envelope for reply when' .

writing for any information. ,

K oHT Killing of White Rhino : I' Know. .

Highly Arouses Natives.
11t .

Illegal killing ,of a white rhinoceros Whether the "Pain"I

; one of the rarest species of, I
animals In the world, In Mahlabatinihas Remedy You, 'Use'is

ollllllll aroused all that part of South
SAFE? ',.
T i' Africa and an extensive hunt for..thft, H"r
.a. m western Newspaper Unloi \ culprits started as soon as 'oQ cia13" ('r
were informed. .... '

The killing, for which natives are ..
ilt::. believed to be responsible, has caused Don't!Entrust Your
THE FEATHERHEADS WB m.t nn Continuous Performance
E' a UnIon, considerable official interest, becauseof
Own or Your Family's

f> $ OH// WHAT HERE.- I (4 !!M-DOES game the, including recent killing hippopotami.of numbers- .It., of is,_ .' Well.- Being to Unknown

1"':.' A H' :APACHE/(I -ir DRINK NowPEAL 13 11'rNAT 1R believed that the rhino, which \vas Preparations
of comparatively) small herd
-Thns one .a
? ) of less than 200, was shot at dost\ ) person to ask whether the i

..... ,range, and that the poachers 'yrere'disturbed : preparation you or your familyare I
'at their work. As soon as taking for the relief of headachesis
\ the killing was known steps wen SAFE to "use regularly is your
7" : 1'flhifflrI taken: 'to' preserve the carcass which ..family doctor,,Ask him particularly
\"aluable.-PhiIadelphia Inquirer ..abo Genuine. BAYER ASPIRIN.He .

'. will tell you that before, the
discovery of Bayer Aspirin most j

.... ;-. "pain" remedies were advised
:r against by physicians as bad for the
j stomach and, often, for the heart.
\ ( t Which is food for thought if you
I R' seek quick, safe relief.
N- t The Real Test

tN. I Ona. Little Horace; was wearing, his : Scientists rate Bayer Aspirin ;
I. among the fastest methods yet discovered
first :jiair of real pants. He' ,felt for the 'relief of headachesand
:;; tbat at last he was a man among the pains of rheumatism, neu-

., men. He strutted up and clown and ritis and neuralgia. And the experience -
: finally he went up to his :mother of millions of users has provedit

: and asked "Muvver I call safe for the average person to use'
; : can ., ., pa, .
regularly 7/n. own re-
I HAVE: To <>eLU You THAT JUU offwNAT / Bill now?"-Pathfinder. :, (mf..lf1 er this.. your "

,.,.f'.: WHEN I HAP TME CAR OUT A Truth at Last I f .'You can get Genuine Bayer
> ,'' OPA'I I HAP A &UOWOUT I Aspirin at any drug store-simply
Film ,Star-Yes, I said I :
I for it its full
by asking by
1 l PULLEP Ri<5i-rr OVER To THE IEA ACNEI. 'a home with "at feast ten children: .BAYER ASPIRIN. Make name it apgint'to

aiRs AND VA/EMT/ TCP puONE F Of .; Friend*.-My dear, what make: 'W. ''bu. I : do this- and see,that you
stich:foolish 'g'eiSwhat want.'Ba'yer .
I say ,things? you
Film Star ;-The publicity depart:
I GOT BACK I GOT DE-nt.-FlIm Fun. : '..i. Aspirin

f Warned
BY J i
He-How shall I 'sentiments
express my -
:: .
; \.:.': AFIRE > s; towards you? : '
\ \ S
1 PLuG- [ 7 She-On paper" please. Then you I

. ':::: can't ;wriggle Q7ut of it in case I INDIVIDUAL- COMMUNION SERVICE-
church should use this cleanly method f
;v.; want tb sue'you for breach :of, prom- ,'Sond for folder and special offer.
ise.- <1 Magazine.. '- : 'Thomas Communion Co.. Box 20, Lima, O.
: ,
D ,
tV" ; t Guilty, Without a Doubt QUITE PROPER
N "I had the right of way, :yet you
i t. :
C t say I was to blame for this smashup.. "
m Western Newspaper Union L\\\ '
"You '
certainly were.
"Why, officer?" ;

:' "Because, his father Is mayor, his
SURE SIGN aren't helping me much with these OFF COLOR brother is chief of police, and I'm
engines, yet I understand you know to marry his sister."-Stray Stories.
something about the game."
I.:'\"' I "So I do," stammered the other, "but

;* :.':. on.a smaller scale, you know." Z { 7a
: "What's your usual job?" 1TFtAVoct

Ql;, "Watch repairing." : -

More SubstantialA We is i ay'S "You allowed that young man to
planter in Alabama hadn't seen kiss you. That was very indiscreet. .
one of his former workers for a year, Ill1iilu't'f "Not at all. I had looked. up his.

until he saw him In Montgomery one -, f 't uo financial standing." .
;' "How's your husband's golf game?" Saturday. "Well, well !1" the planter f 'I'

". "If It's as bad as his disposition exclaimed. "What are you ,doing. now, Mr. Moneybags-Dow do you know No Regrets
. lately, It must be pretty bad." Uncle Mose?" Mills has lost money? "I'm sorry-I quite forgot your par-
.. "Ah's done to the ? 't/ EXT2A
--- gone preachin', His Wife-Because Mrs. Mills has ty the other evening!1"

3 t .;:, Novelty venerable negro replied. just bad her dog's coat dyed to.'motcb: : : X'T "Oh, weren't you there?"-Stray
Lady (after tramp finished eating)- "What You preaching her last season's furs. : ." Stories Magazine.
; 3, It's merely a suggestion. The wood "Yes suh !" I
=, pile Is !In the back yard. "Well, well Do you use notes?" A Good Stunt ,L
Tramp-You "No, suh At de fust Ah used dem ; .
don't What '
p say. a The flyer on a speed dash was Y
splendid place_ for a woodpne.D' but now Ah has to have cash !1" WRIGLEY'S
forced down and landed, unhurt In a s

gold Beason. ..... tree. As he clambered down he was
'r A Good Bad Break met by a farmer.

ExperiencedThe 1\Iary-So you bought a new fur coat "Sorry If I disturbed you," said the
mighty engines of the liner after all. I thought ;you said your bus airman. "I was trying for a record." '. "' T >; PERFECT GUMji

throbbed ceaselessly. ,The chief cngl band couldn't afford it this jear. "Well, you made It, all right an x .
neer wiped a perspiring forehead as Joan-So I did, but we had a strokeof swered the farmer. "You're the first
he scowled at the pale-faced young luck. My husband broke his leg, man around here who ever climbed' do oii

man with the oil can. and the Insurance company paid him down a tree without first climbing J
"Look here," he growled, "you $100. up It." f

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JANUARY 24, 193ft

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poratlon under. the laws of the State of Range Thirty-three ( )East, !! published in Hendry County, -- I

of Florida, with Principal place of containing 5,120 acres, more or Is hereby designated as Florida
Clewiston School News business in Miami, Dade County, less I Newspaper in which this 'order shall i ATHMTEWS FOOTS i

Florida. ; as the 'heirs, devisees, legatees, be published once a week for four';, Beware. of Athlete's Foot
Elmar Realty Company, A Corpo- grantees, or otherwise, by thru or consecutive weeka. i '(sore, itchy feet and toes) II
ration under the Laws of the State under the above named defendants, i Done and Ordered this 2nd day Safeguard by using "FOOT-. C
Florine Moore, Editor '' 7 i
of Ohio, authorized to do business'or any of them: II of January, A. 1). 1936. / FBEM". The one' application,
In the State of Florida I i I It appearing from the returns on : and
Louise Bussey, Associate Editor ; \V. T. HARRISON, guaranteed remedy' for
Ethel Pruitt, If Single, and, If the summons issued herein, and the Circuit Judge, Hendry : Athlete's Foot. FOOT-rREM is I
Bob Patterson, Sports Editor married, her husband, ,whose nameis affidavits and other proofs on file County, Florida. quick In action, and positive i
unknown, whose, residence is un- ,o in this cause, that, the Defendants, FRED H. MELLOR in results. Use FOCT-FREM, "and" be"s.tfe.,1,
known Florida International Realty Com- I At drug stores
; FORT MYERS, FLA. or sent direct on receipt of I i
Maud L. Baker, if Single, and, if pany, A Corporation under the laws I price 50 cents.
High School Xews- married, her husband, whose nameis of the State of Florida; The Com- Attorney for Plaintiff. i FOOT.FftEM COMPANY:Waverly Half, Georp.UNOTICE .
finished the Jan. 3-10-17-24-31, 1936. 5t.
Dorothy Brown who unknown, whose residence is un- pass Corporation, A 'Corporation I I I
tenth grade at the-mid-term In Jack- known; der the Laws of the State of un-I II I

sonville, has entered the eleventh Dorothy Donovan, Trustee, .and ida; and Elmar Realty Company, \
grade. 'I her husband, whose name Is un- Corporation under the Laws of the '

The winners of last week's amateur -I known, whose places of residence are State of Ohio, have failed to appoint As
provided by law no firm I
person or corporation shall in
unknown; I agents and that their officers and engage or
Smith from
contest are: George manage any business, profession
Cedric J. Priebe, and, f if married, agents are unknpwn, and that the or occupation in the City of Clewiston, ;
the high l school, Barbara Ann Smith unless a City .License shall have been
procured from the Tax
Collector of
f Mrs. Cedric J.. Priebe, whose' further residence of the other defendants as
from junior high, and James Lolly name is unknown, whose residenceIs set forth above Is unknown, or that I the City. Licenses for the period October 1, 1935 to September 30, '1936,

from the elementary grades. Blue I Kings County, New York; they are non-residents of the Stateof HAVE payable BEEN October 1, 1935 by the 'following persons" 'firms or corporations

ribbons were awarded'.to those who Virginia M. Spitler, If single, and, Florida, as set forth above; PAID.
won second and third places. if married, her husband,'whose nameis It Is thereupon ordered that eachof S
The magazine selling contest end- unknown, whose residence is 402 the above named defendants is NAME OCCUPATION AMOUNT

ed January 20, with the high school Beach 25th. Street, Far Rockaway, hereby required to appearin the

as winners. A very Ricc' profit' was New York; above styled' cause on :]Monday: the Clewiston Beer Garden Saloon ..............:.....................$1 0 0.00 r
interest 3rd. D. 1936, A
all of A.
made from the contest which will be And parties 'claiming, any day February, Clewiston Company, The '.................. Land Development loioo :
in and to the following de- Rule day of said Court, at the officeof
used to buy equipment for the basketball Clewiston Home Building Ass'n ...... ,Building & Loan Association" 7.50 i
scribed lands in Hendry County, the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
team. The faculty and 'pupil: Florida to-wit Hendry Florida, In the Clewiston Telephone Company....... Telephone Exchange ............ 9.00 t
wish to express thanks to all those "The, North: Halt of Section Court House County of said County, at La- Glades Water Company .......:............ Water Service ...................... 7.50

helping make the 'contest a success. Twelve (12) ; all of Section Twenty- Belle, Florida, to the Bill of Com- Glades Power & Light Company........ Electric Service .................... 7J50 "
and filed The Gulf Refining Company Wholesale Gasoline and Oils 10.00
plaint against them
four (24), Twenty-six of (26),Forty-: Florida Land and Timber by Meredith, Zerney ................................ Insurance Agent ................... 2.50
The Clewiston high school will Thirty-six (36)), Township Company Standard Oil Company.........:. Wholesale Gasoline and Oils 10.00 I i
four (44) South of Range Thirty- A Corporation, the same being a bill
present a three-act play "Cupid Up- tWD (32) East, and for the foreclosure of a mortgage up- United States Sugar Corporation......' Raw Sugar Manufacture ...... 30.00I t

To-Date", under the direction ol "- The East Half (E 1-2) of Section on the above described lands; other- am instructed by the City Ccmmission to immediately enforce collection -
Miss Doster and sponsored by the Eighteen (18) and all of' Sections wise the allegations 'of the said Bill of such license fees as HAVE NOT BEEN PAID. -. .
P.-T. A., with a matinee at 2:45 P. Twenty (20)), Twenty-eight (28))', will be taken as confessed by you. : :
M. Thursday, January 30, and an 'Thirty (30)), and Thirty-two (32)) r The Clewiston News; A Newspaperof 1, R. Y. PATTERSON, J p
evening performance at 8:00 P. M. I of Township Forty-four (44) South general circulation, printed and Tax Collector. t

Friday, January 31.
The leading parts are taken by
. .
Jack Moorman and Billie Hooker, ..
with a supporting cast,of about thir- ': '' < {, ,;., ; :;: : ::,.,:.,; .': : <. ,. : ..''::".''-,
: ; :
ty. > : : '' '.' ...;: : : ; .; :: ; .:. ..: ::: :; 2 ; : : .: : :; ,

Admission for the matinee will be '
; i
ten cents for children and thirty- ; ;
five cents for adults; for the evening r ',
: :
performance fifteen cents for

Sports-children and thirty-five for adults. ;: .". : ,-" i 1 :'? ,L '

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schedule, Jan.The. 24 following 31 has,,Clewiston Alva been at'basketball received.Jan. Clewiston.Feb. at Boca. Grande.. game ; .':: : : : liII:1.#-:1.,: t r: .

7, Clewiston at Moore Ha- ..! .. ,. @ Jt r .:J. :"':'. '..' "::' Ir),; .. '4MJj" ,',;:h: ,';-:- ,
I" : r; f : k ,"' .' .:.: .. ,u>">:";; ,_ :-"
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ven.Feb. .t' ::::::;:: :::: oX. :;: t.: ... : >: > -
14, LaBelle at Clewiston.Feb. ., t:::r'W% : ,'' ,'" ;:. \ \ ," ''" .
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21, Clewiston at, Everglades. .' ..,;:..(,;.q; ,'J?:< ":-o h./7.-<<.,'' .' .:;;;;"',,: .,.. : '"'
Iston., Fob. 28, Bonlta Springs. at' Clew- ." Il !! iir : :f&.i': :-$' .;;--:-- ::: r ) \ \ \ \ j, .' .> :

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March 6, Clewlstdn at Fort Myers. r .01B. J": .'.:."' v .'", ;.:" ":'i(@ Ii.: \,,:, :.v._. ..(..':","h"-. ..' .,,,'
; ; :
Boca Grande at Clewis : ; : .. .::i s 7/ ': /; F: ::1;
March IS, kii :: .if. \1 Vt 1-.i
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20 Clewiston at Alva. "
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March 27, Moore Haven at Clew- )T'T'i ; :-!' ':: m.:: : : .B. : '" ,. ; !t :: : ;I'}: I.J" \\,\\00 .-r '
iston. A' (41Mllmw:: (t .. 4j..II.I \\ \\t h
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April 3, Clewiston at LaBelle. : : i@ ;- ." d1l1 Ut.X' \ $.k : /
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Clewiston. : ::..:., '. ,. ?f: ... ., m1 ..:. :Itf \ ... ::: ((: .
April 10, Everglades at ,. ::: fi'n ( ,
:::% ; wi'B t 't. ;'. iI1f; t: :,;:;:;.@,:;%; 's r <; '; j
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IJ '
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: April: 17, Clewiston at Bonita ::::..::: "" :'::":' ':'=* >>: > I ;;,J.,. j ..; .' > t\ ./ ., > ,...;:..- }>f.< .:' .;; /.f.$$. :

Springs.The game with Alva, Jan. 31, will .,; '" .,.:..... .. '. ,.....:::- :i/:',.,)/ ;: \1'*:wJm \, .:. ; t. ; h'i W; i1'W0.t: ,. :
Instead : ::: : %\7&* '. m t.b.: N:i7: ::> .
be held here Wednesday night .- :: lY .:.:... ( .... .
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: :: : )h A ; :: :\:::: :.;': ,
of Friday if the Alva team has : ; / \ Wt-lt : __
no objections. The reason of the I

. change in the schedule Is the P.T.A. I

.. play; which is Friday night.

Practice this week was held Mon- : .

day, Tuesday, afternoons; Wednes- ,. .1 "" ,
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day and Friday nights. The team had '."" .' .. ,; ..... .'.

several good scrimmages the best of r
which was held'last Monday. Shoot-

ing has been stressed and a passing r

game has been adopted with little, NEW CHEVROLET TRUCKS

dribbling. This style of play will result i

In a fast, 'accurate game' with .

plenty of team work. There are '

enough candidates ,for two full

teams. About, fifteen boys are' expected FOR 1936

to make the trip to Boca i

Grande Friday night. Several have .

practices scheduled in' preparationfor .

the first game. NewPower .' New Economy New Dependability

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Four rooms and bath on Sagamore t -
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John at Camp Roosevelt, Ocala, or' and the most economical truck for all-round duty. 1 f

!see! O. H. Roberts at U. S. Engineer Chevrolet 1936! 'J

Aye The brakes on these big, husky Chevrolet trucks !

I are New Perfected Hydraulic Brakes-the safest '., ,a i
L. ,B.. MershonAGENT
s ever developed. The engine is Chevrolet's High: t

; ,. Compression Valve-in-Hcad Engine-giving 'an unNEW HIGH-COMPRESSION
f > 'ti w. ws" matched combination of and The VALVE-IN-HEAD ENGINE f,
;" t power economy.
New York Life
NEW PERFECTED.rear, axle is Full-Floating, Rear Axle of maximum with increased horsepower, increased E

: "' Insurance: Company HYDRAULIC BRAKES ruggedness and reliability. And the cab is a New torque, greater economy in gas and oil !

Full-Trimmed De Luxe Cab with clear-vision instru- ;
always equalized for quick, unswerving, .. !
ARCADIA, FLORIDA / "straight line" etopa ment panel-combining every advantage of comfort

and convenience for the driver.
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION Buy one of these new Chevrolet trucks, and up .)
z : FOR HEXDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA will go power ,and down will come costs on your 1

IN" CHANCERY.THE NEW delivery or haulage jobs.FULLTRIMMED '"

poration ,
Plaintiff, s' %: with clear-vision 14 NEW GREATLY REDUCED C.M.A.C. TIME PAYMENT PLAN
; versus > .F i instrument panel .601 The lormt financing cost in C.Kf.A.C. !"ory. Comport with barrel type wheel bearings
1 FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL C"e'rokt'8 low Jdncred prices. exclusive to Chevrolet .J

poration, Etc., Et-Als., \ A GENERAL MOTORS VALUE i

Defendants : -
CASE NO. 730.

Florida International Realty Com- Moor
pany, A Corporation under the Lawsof qlewiston Companr:
the State of Florida, with prmci- !

pal place of business(! in MIaxpinK:' 1 ,de .
Florida c \ .
County ; \k. Clewiston Florida'.i .
The; Compass' g Orpqri1tIOp.-SICk. 9r" = ,

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