<%BANNER%>
The Clewiston news
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00648
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 17, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00648
 Related Items
Preceded by: Clewiston progress

Full Text
\, c,?.. t ". ;nva: ': :ST ': "?"':.r:?F-':,: oc<,7 ". '.' .,',' "


5:1rr:
; ;
._.f.J:(", ; ,


.
'--

,>4>


2I I :




) i THE CLEWISTON NEWS f .:;



,
j- lI

I ',
=- -'--'
-

f" VOLUME 11, NUMBER 30 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1987 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 YEAR ,>

(t ,:1

J I ENROLLMENT SETS W. W. Perry Is Building 150th Anniversary of I Kiwanis Discuss Plans TEACHER SUES';


Bungalow Home HereW. the Constitution For Burlesque Show

RECORD FOR AREA 1787 --:-- 1937 HENDRY BOARD J{

. W. Perry local agent for the '

AS SCHOOL OPENS : Atlantic roomLtiun railway, is erecting evenfn.he the Kiwanis business Club session Wednesday was FOR ,OLD JOB :

a si al tir on ArcadeAvenue. devoted largely to discussion of
.
: I Construction was started plans for the benefit performance :1
'" 240 ENROLL ON OPENING DAY this week by Contractor J. F. Tip- hf
1; I to be given in the near future by BOARD CHAIRMAN DECLARES
.!.9; : WITH NUMBER EXPECTED pey. \ the Club. The performance will take I MISS HAMPTON WAS PUT ;
:t;;1 i'j; ', : TO INCREASE The house will be 30 by 40 feet, the form of a burlesque, and mostof OUT FOR HOUSECLEANING i

, :, )\ of frame construction with cypress the character parts will be tak ""

', :j" ; Clewiston elementary and high shingled roof. A small entrance en by Kiwanians. Definite plans and A suit by Miss Nettie Hampton

,: 2;.' school"opened under favorable auspices -! porch will open into the 14 by 15 [; k date of performance will be an to force the Hendry county school

:> Monday'' morning with the largest -' foot living room. To the right and a nounced later.Particularly. board to employ her as, teacher in

; C' : : enrollment in the history of the separated only by a wide arch will enjoyed by the group the LaBelle school, a job she has

school and a full corps of welltrained be the dining room, which will be t was the reading of O. Henry's un- held for 10 years, was continued "
teachers in their places.A 12 by 14 feet. On the left, but en- { Ro w published works. A group of his until Saturday afternoon by Circuit

total enrollment of 240 on the tirely cut off from the living room I -writings ich have never appeared I Judge George Whitehurst after a

first day of school has been will be one of the three bedrooms.A I in print was discovered last year In hearing which lasted all afternoon

I' ( ed during the week to 245, increas-I doorway from the back of the New Orleans. They have been ac- I Monday. Miss Hampton charged .-
... living room opens,, into an airy hallway I
"politics" the her
eral more children are cepted as genuine by O. Henry's was reason reap-
enter within a few weeks. Ten mem-''I from which access is gained to widow, Mrs. Sidney Porter, and by pointment was blocked; the school

bers of the Senior class have regis- each of the bedrooms and to the I I the literary authorities. R. N. Smith board members declared they rejected -

tered, and it is anticipated that the I bath room. Each bedroom is equip- read one of the poems which recently her because she showed par-

number of graduates this term will ped with u roomy clothes closet, an appeared In a current mag- tiality to pupils and failed to cooperate -

be the largest in the school's history. additional closet will open from the BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE azine.. with other members of the

: The opening exercises, presided hallway and a linen closet is being UNITED STATES OF AMERICAA This week there is being observed faculty.
built in the bath There will
:- ', over by Principal B. E. Herring, room. PROCLAMATION the 150th anniversary of the Attorney E. M. Magaha, representing -
brought immediately to the atten-:I be a brick chimney with fireplace Signing of the Constitution of..the Miss Hampton, charged she
I I
:,,' in the living room. The kitchen will WHEREAS the Constitution of )
tion of everyone the crying need for United States. The Kiwanis Club was released on recommendation of
be 16 by 9'6" and will open to the the United States signed I
was on Sep-
,:, a new 'auditorium for the school. 1 program of the week usually fea- Roy Messer, who defeated her brother -
Nearly 100 patrons and friends of dining room and to the service tember 17, 1787, and had by June Consti-I,i Drew Hampton, for school
f-, observance the
porch, which will be extended across 21 1788 been tures some of
,the school were present, and the ratified by the necessary board member in the June primaries. -
'-' I I to provide a porch outside the center number of States and, tution's signing. This year, however, I
scant auditorium was over-
space so I Three witnesses, Dillon Hall, a
:' crowded that many of the larger bedroom., WHEREAS, George Washingtonwas it was necessary to shift the schedule trustee, and Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
The lot which the home is being I
," children were forced to remain on inaugurated as the first Presi- of planned programs, and the Richards, patrons testified that Mr. j
is Lot 7 Block 172.The .
:" standing in: the halls and adjoiningrooms. constructed I dent of the United States on April splendid talk on the constitutionwas Messer told them he did not intend '
; house will cost approximately [
:1" 30, 1789, because of
to rehire Miss Hampton
$3,000, and is expected to be ready I Ii given two weeks ago by B. E. i
Patrons and visitors were seatedin i NOW, THEREFORE, I, FRANK- political complications."Mr. .
for about November first.I ,
i occupancy Herring. I
\',' the auditorium when the school I II LIN D. ROOSEVELT, President of Messer told me he didn't

pupils marched in for the first, chapel I the United States of America, here I. intend to hire Miss Nettie because

services of the year. After the by designate the period from Sep- she was a sister to Drew Hampton

singing of America by the audi- FALL PLANTING NOT I tember 17, 1937, to April 30, 1939, ROAD 164 ROAD BIDS I whom he defeated for the school
Father J. F. Walsh opened the
ence, as one of commemoration of the one board," said Mr. Hall. '

exercises the with the invocation and HEAVY IN VICINITY : hundred and fiftieth anniversary of I REJECTED BY S. R. D. The Family Vote I
reading _of a very appropriate the signing and the ratification of "Mr. Messer told me he had to .

: passage of Scripture. Using the message I the Constitution and of the inauguration I hire another teacher, who, with all I'!
of "the talents" as his theme, of the first President under' said
had'supported him, ,
he urged the pupils in a short talk II Early fall planting in the Cle\v-I I that Constitution. The state road department has rejected her family,
I Richards. I
to use each talent to the best ad-. iston area has not 'gone forward to 1 I In commemorating this period we ( all bids received last week Mr."Mr. Messer said he would have i

'f:... vantage, and seize every opportun-' as great, an extent as it has in the I I I shall affirm our debt to those who for the construction of 5 miles of I to stand by Mrs. Catherine Harris I
Road 164, extending south from
h' offered them for their better-
* t' ity Belle Glade-Pahokee: district but at i j i ordained and established the Constitution 'because her family voted for him,"
LaBelle toward Immokalee, and will i
ment and advancement.
"' -' Dr. F. G. Taylor ,followed with a'I' the present. time. there are various,I II I "in Order to form a more readvertise for bids, hoping to let said Mrs. Richards. Mrs.' Harris is
t' I Union establish insure teacherof
i perfect Justice :replacing Miss Hampton as
few well chosen remarks in which'1:tracts totalling about 1600'acres' in I I II the contract at better prices.: New
domestic and
I Tranquility, provide the first second third gradesin
t, he addressed the pupils as recipi I the area extending from Liberty I for the common Defense, promotethe bids will be received on September the LaBelle; school. '

ents of splendid facilities provided Point in Glades county to Lake .Har-j I general ,Welfare, and secure the 23. Mr. Messer, backed by the other !

for them by the community and the bor in Palm Beach county which are I'' Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and Ebersbach Construction company I two board members, denied that

school and state authorities. He urg being prepared for planting. I our Posterity." of Tampa was apparent low bidder politics had had anything to do withit

ed the cooperation of all in matters I About 1000 acres are being prepared -, We shall recognize that the Constitution -I on the work with a bid of $65,966. and declared "we had 100 com-

'.' .:. affecting the school and its pro- I near Liberty Point by R. E. i iI I is an enduring instrument ( This was- more than had been appropriated plaints about Miss Hampton." He

s :. ,:'', gress, and particularly urged the I Kurtz, John Tietke and associates? fit for the governing of a farflungpopulation for the work. The department denied the statements attributed to
':; ::> pupils to recognize the school as an I declined to award the contract -
'':' with Otto Larson superintending operations -: of more than one hund- him by Mr. and Mrs. Richards and
;;," (Continued on Page 3) I, 'on the farm. This land 'will red and thirty million, engaged in. feeling that_ the low bid was 6Ir.'Hall.''

''' be planted, to a variety of crops, part diverse and varied pursuits, even as I too high.A M. E. VonMach, chairman of the
::, 7; \ -, Health Dept. Reports I of it in sugar cane and some in,I it was fit for the governing of a letter' from J. H. Dowling, board and executive of 'the United

: "j' : beans, tomatoes and other vegeta-] small agrarian Nation of less than chief engineer for the state road department -I States Sugar corporation at Clewis-
:
' : Clewiston Water Good I bles. I four million.It to E. L. Stewart, Hendry ton, said Miss Hampton was released -

-; ,: 'i',_, I About 100 acres in ,the townsitearea is therefore appropriate that county; representative, explains the to reduce discord in the LaBelle

---- are now being prepared for I in the period herein set apart we situation: school.
::; .. Clewiston water is tested -
: supply
planting. Bare Beach district has shall think afresh of the foundingof Tallahassee, Florida, School Demoralized"The
State I
the Board of
,i- regularly by '
, ';:'; about ,,500 acres ,planted at the present ; our Government under the Constitution September 13, 1937. school was becoming demoralized -
Health whose tnis week
,,. report on' time. Among the growers in the how it has served us in and we had to do something
specimens sent last week has!' been Hon. E. L. Stewart,
townsite and Bare ,Beach areas are the past and how in the days to comeits Clewiston about, it," said Mr. VonMach. "A
received by the Glades V/atfi" Com I ; Fla.
M. H. Crouch who has 25 acres principles will guide the Nation housecleaning was necessary so we
.' pany and indicates that the bacterialand I planted, some of it in beans whichare 'I ever forward. 1 Dear Mr. Stewart: started at the top and at the bottom.
of the isl 'l
sanitary quality water ,above ground now. Arthur L. WITNESS WHEREOF, I have Bids were received for construction The principal had epileptic fits so we

good. I and R. J. Lee have some beans up, hereunto set my hand and caused of Project No. 1022 last Thurs- let him out and Miss Hampton fail-
The report states: with a considerable acreage planted.I the seal of the United States of I day. We considered the low bid received ed to cooperate and we rejected her

On September 9th we received Melvin Wilder, C. E. Thomas, W. America to be affixed. ; entirely too high and it exceeded appointment."I .

from you three specimens of water I S. Bowden and G. B. McDuffie also I DONE at the City of Washington ; the funds appropriated to personally know of one instance -

for bacterial or purity examination. have prepared ground for fall crops, this fourth day of July, in the year I cover this construction. I when Miss Hampton failed to

These, specimens were packed 'case and and have some already planted. I of Our Lord nineteen hundred and The bids were rejected and the (Continued on Page S )

.j l shipped in your standard water I A large tract of 500 acres of land thirty-seven, and of the Independence project readvertised calling for bids

on 9th,the 24 8th hours and later.received by us the I I:adjoining the highway just west of of the United States of America on September 23rd. I feel satisfied Board Speeds Up ,

Samples were collected from the I i Fred Whidden's Corner in Sugar-' the one hundred and sixty-second.! we' will secure better prices and be

following points: I land Drainage District is ready for FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT. able to proceed with this work at an Old Age PensionsThe
[ in tomatoes. A west coast early date.
11''l planting
Our lab. No. 3657, your No. Cordell Hull, Secretary of State.,
sample from ice plant-Lake Okee-i'I group of planters'' are putting in tomatoes -I Sincerely, T
under local supervision of J. H. DOWLING.U. district welfare board this
"' ': chobee. j
I
Charles Marsh. This is the first time WHERE TEACHERS RESIDED I week accepted the resignation of
Our lab. No. 3658, your ,No., 12
,- Clewiston Co. shop:-Lake Okeechobee. -' this land has been in fall crops, as I S. SUGAR CORPORATION TOPS41ST Mrs. Marguerite Sherill as staff

j." ...',' it has been under lease to cattlemenfor Much difficulty was encounteredby IN SOIL CONSERVATION supervisor for case work in Lee,
: pasture land in the past.A the new teachers in finding places Hendry: Glades and Charlotte coun
FF; Our lab. No. 3659, your No. 13
'.: ; -Clear well-Lake Okeechobee. great many factors enter into I to board this year, but all of them Washington, Sept. 16, (FNS- ties. Miss Martha Nelson, director
are now located. Thirtytwo'corporations were listed I in this district,
The results of analysis just concluded the fact that acreage plantings in of welfare activities
are as follows: this section 'are smaller than usual. Professor and Mrs. B. E. Herring I this week by: the Agricultural Ad-. said an experienced worker wouldbe

Sample No. 3657 total bacterial I First is the lack of suitable land I are residing in the same home they justment Administration as having' appointed to take Mrs.. Sherrill's

count 24 hours 100 presumptive which is available for trucking occupied last year. Coach and Mrs. received $10,000 or more for participation place in the Fort Myers office.

test fermentation 48 hours 0000000,I crops. Land which has been available I M. E. Morrison are located at the In the ''1936 soil conserva- The district board appointed 13

colon confirmation, none. for lease from the U. S. Sugar club house. Mrs. Mary Snell Baker tion program. additional visitors and office workers ]:-

Sample No. 3658, total bacterial corporation in past years is being and her husband are in the Schult Topping the list was the United I to speed up the investigation and

count 24 hours 108, presumptivetest planted in cane to replace other apartments. Mrs. Agnes Thomas and States Sugar Corporation of approval of applications for old age
fermentation; 48 hours 0000000 tracts which are being plowed un daughter, Mary, Louise, are at the ton with $80,822 for its CJewis-1 pensions. Names of the new workers :-

colon confirmation none. der. Commision brokers, who in home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston. Glades county. will be announced as soon as
Miss Evelyn Schutz and her sis- j a.-a approved by
Sample No. 3659, total bacterial past years have made liberal ad- the appointments
small ter, Mrs. Bowers have taken the TENNIS COURTS LIGHTED the Jacksonville office. The board
count 24' hours 160 presumptive vances to farmers are making
" I apartment. at the Williamson home. in the pensions
smaller advances this In turn approved increases
year.
'J. test fermentation 48 hours 0000000,
F ;.r, colon confirmation none. the farmers themselves are proceeding Miss Lavonia Congdon and Miss Flood lights recently installed on I being paid ,67 persons in this'dis-
with more than usual caution, 1 Mae Whidden are with Mr. and Mrs. one of the three tennis courts on ,
From a knowledge of the sourceof
the supply, its handling and realizing that their financial back-i 10, H. Rcbcrts on hr government the recreation center are now being' trict.David Ireland, chairman, presided -

treatment and the above analytical!ing Is smaller than in past years. reservation and Mrs Saundal Watson used. Players are enjoying the court) at the meeting and members attending -
I I and Miss Lucile Hampton are nearly every night. were Bruce L. Davis of Ar-
data on the samples as submitted
with Mr., and Mrs., W. C. Prewitt. The Glades Power Company is do- cadia, John H. Hancock of Punta
4 we would say that the bacterial or Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr.,
I Mrs, Genevieve Gove drives back nating current for the lighting Gorda, Mrs. Merle Kayton of Wau-
sanitary quality of the water Is and son, Harry, of LaBelle, have
I and forth from her Moore Haven chula, Mrs. V. G. Waters of Sebring,
good. returned to Clewiston to reside. Mr.' home and Miss Dorothy Craig is Claude L. Downs has returned Mrs Ray Browell of Sarasota, Mrs.A. .

Very ,truly yours, Vaughn is' connected with the sugar staying at the Inn but expects to be from a stay of three weeks in Hen- R.' Barnett of Bradenton and Mrs.J. .
Fred 'A. Safey, director. corporation.
."'1/{ permanently located after this week. dersonville, North Carolina. A.,. McGebee of Clewiston.A' .
;..fY '




t
"

:'. .. '':' i':,; .....L .: ,;:" 'S ..c'i: .

V.." ,,' -c:, '_ --, ,:" ,,, : Q ; k ,:j, : ,



.. ..-" :"-. .' :- .,''", '!'"''\ 0,'.. f.: ';\r-::'*' ; J0? : :;,.r, :: .)9!ql!:(; n" ':';fMgrr V. ", i '

"







THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1937 I IJTellS

--

Review. of Current Events They're Not All Professors Helper of HumanityHe I

who helps a child helps humanity ..
CARRY WAR SOUTHChecked with a distinctness, with .Q
JAPS '
Those Absent-Minded Ones an immediateness, which no other

Subdue China help given to human creatures in
Aims to
Chinese
by Japan
any other stage of their human

Once for All Lewis Rebukes ,President Roosevelt I IJapan Absent-mindedness isn't confined I he set off in the opposite direc- life can possibly give again.Phillips -
to the professors, says the tion.And Brooks.
Commentator.The J. David Stern, publisher of
late Dwight W. Morrowonce the New York Post and Philadel- taurant and sat down. Stern complained -,

i telephoned his secretaryfrom phia Record, was hurrying along that,he didn't know what
t' .w j$ Philadelphia, to inquire, the street when he met a friend. was the matter with him, he didn't
::. "What am I in Philadelphia for?" "Come 'on and have lunch with seem to be hungry.
Secretary Henry A. Wallace, me," the friend said. "Beg pardon, sir," the waiter
when he was in Czechoslovakia, "If we go nearby," Stern said. said, "but it's no wonder, sir. You
packed his passport in a trunk "I'm late as it is." just finished your lunch about ten
that was shipped to London, while They entered the nearest res- minutes ago."

-.
t;:.


4J\ z z

S '
: f.S. I ,



.

,

,
tries to force her will with machine guns in Shanghai.

fa
... ( '

4tdW Pidudcd TAPPING RUBBER TREES ON FIRESTONE ..I.
PLANTATIONS IN LIBERIA
THE WORLD'S WEEK From die Firestone plantation in Liberia '
; Western Newspaper Union. .. comes an ever-increasing supply of the
f. i world's finest rubber. Money saved here
and in manufacturing and distribution
Opposition Surprises Nippon Chinese Won't, 'Cooperate'l! Y. : ; ; .5 5 tire enable at lower Firestone prices.to sell a safer,first-quahty

JAPANESE naval guns and bomb JAPAN'S 'aim in the undeclared
the war 600 miles war is to make China submit { Jxv"
south of Shanghai when they at- once and for all to her will, the ,
tacked the port of Amoy, which Japanese government virtually ad- 'ylti{ S5]
houses a huge Chinese fort and arsenal mitted through its foreign minister, I
opposite the island of For Koki Hirota. The seriousness of : ; 'ihi ,
mosa. Their bombs carried little Japan's intentions were obviated '<

effect and the shore artillery chasedthe when Emperor Hirohito, departing

warships, completely, disablingone. I from precedent, referred to the conflict I :
The battle'was but thirty miles I in detail in a public statement U1I:; I 1$

from a typhoon.Hong Kong, recently ravishedby from revealed the that throne Nippon, and when is preparing it was I

Elsewhere along the far-flung more appropriations for her already
front the Japanese were meeting I heavy war chest. _
with opposition the caliber of which Hirota blamed the Chinese central
they had not expected. Along the government for the present fighting

Woosung front, 200,000.Chinese, in- because it refuses to "co-operate"
cluding crack ,German-trained divi- with Japan in "maintaining peace"in ,'wA' rnil'r"iwt.,
{::::rrYnv.Yti
sions, were successful in holding eastern Asia. Japanese military .{ii$:iii v:v.I.}: :
back 60,000 Japanese; it was said action against China he said
was .. .. .
++, :: :
the MS.xSSvCdi 4: .rv.v.
to be the severest opposition taken to make impossible the recurrence -
Japs have met since they fought of the current hostilities.

Russia in 1904.Japanese "Japan," he said, "has no other ob- STANDARD TIRES
aerial bombardments c WiMw/FIRESTONE
jective than to see a happy and
continued in the Chapei, Kiangwan, tranquil North China and SinoJapanese
Taichong and Yanchong districts of relations so adjusted as to- .t GIVE YOU MORE FOR YOUR MONEY
continued of
The peril
Shanghai. enable us to put into practice our '
the international settlement and the policy *
French concession spurred the \ JL/ON'T take chances on your Week End trip. Protect

American, British and French con- "Since China, ignoring our true {, ':;'; yourself and family by equipping your car with a set of new
suls to demand of both the Japaneseand motive, mobilized her vast armies first-quahty Firestone Standard Tires. Firestone builds extra
Chinese that their forces be against us, we can do no other thanto
quality and extra safety into these tires and sells
counter by force of
withdrawn from that vicinity. arms.
them at lower prices because Firestone controls
Scores of noncombatants were daily The emperor, in addressing the rubber and cotton supplies at their sources,
;' being killed and wounded there by houses of parliament, greatly im- manufactures with efficiency and distributes
.:' falling bombs and shells. pressed his subjects with a reviewof greater
: But Japan's long-awaited "big the war, arriving at much the at lower cost.

,', push" had not yet materialized. It same conclusions as Hirota had. YOU GET EXTRA PROTECTION AGAINST BLOWOUTS
; was believed large reinforcements The session of parliament was
-eight extra pounds of rubber are added to
: were being awaited. The Chinese .ider the appropriationof
of cord because fiber
$592,000,0 100 pounds
,', every every
i man power was beginning to tell for the campaigns in
;". China of every cord in every ply is, saturated with
against the inferior numbers of the raising the total of the na.
,
Japanese. tion's war chest to $737,000,000. liquid rubber by theirestone patented

r:: Only in the northern province of 44 Gum-Dipping Process. This counteracts'' the ,
-
} Chahar did the Japanese make real internal friction and heat that ordinarily

r' progress. There they captured the Dodd and Hull DisagreeB PRICES cause blowouts.
: capital city of Kalgan. A commis- Y THE time this is printed Wii-
: sion of 100 "prominent" Mongols liam E. Dodd may no longer be AS LOW AS YOU GET EXTRA PROTECTION AGAINST
"r:'' } and Chinese .(many of them known United States ambassador to Ger- PUNCTURES because there are two extra
p to be associated with the Japanese many. In an interview he vigorously layers of Gum-Dipped cords under the tread.
f; ) was setting a new "pop ,.. """" opposed AmeriCan 40
army up '":k ?, any C
ular" autonomous i YOU GET EXTRA PROTECTION AGAINST SKIDDING
government under : representation
r >
$
>(;; Japanese control. .: ', >:: a at the Nazi party because the tread is scientifically designed.
;",;: +c-.
congress in Nurem YOU GET LONGER NON-SKID MILEAGEbecauseof

i\ : Plague Upon a PlagueS J berg. Secretary of the extra-tough, long-wearing tread.
S5 \ State Cordell Hull '
; JOHN L. LEWIS, fire-eating chairman -
K'. of the Committee for In- I W::* :. .,;:>>it., refused to comment You need all of these features to make your
:
dustrial Organization, let fly th! { 7ei'tJ upon Dodd attitude oh Week End FirestoneS
a re- vi r e s ton e car tire'safe your trip.
buke at President Roosevelt for implied ';Z {:. i1 but announced gives them to you at lower cost. Join the
that the United T A H D A R D
:yl
backwateringon I Y!: 4 States would be Firestone SAVE A LIFE Campaign today by
campaign prom- ta1 represented FOR PASSENGER CARS equipping your car with a set of new Firestone ,
ises and hinted at tJLjLJo; < : at the conference -
kF s% the possibility of a Ambassador which will '4.50.20..50.70 550.18 $1.95 Standard Tires-today's top tire value.

Fr, third party in the W. E. Dodd celebrate Hit 1 e r's '45021. 9.05 5.50..19..13.10 -
f' elections of 1940. In rule by Prentiss Gil- 4.75.19. 9.55 HEAVY DUTY DON'T RISK YOUR LIFE
,.t:n bz < a radio speech he bert, American charge d'affaires in 5.25.18..11.40
4.75-19..11.75
declared: Berlin. ON SMOOTH WORN TIRES!

"It ill behooves Secretary Hull explained that the 5.50.17. .1.50 5.25.18..14.25Virestone

j ; y5u one who has supped action was being taken merely as a DO YOU KNOW
at labor's table and to the Nazi
yY A friendly gesture govern-
THAT last highway accidents cost the lives of more than 38,000
who has been sheltered ment, with whom he said the United SENTINEL men, women year and children?
in labor's States is in
John L. Lewis complete diplomatic ac .$6.70 THAT a million more were injured? .
house to curse with cord. Diplomatic reports have indicated 4.40.21.$5.65 4.75.19
equal fervor and fine impartiality that Dodd, now vacationing 45020. 6.05 5.00.19. 7.0 THAT more than 40,000 of these deaths and: injuries were caused

both labor and its adversaries when here, had made himself unpopular 4.50.21 6.35 525.18 8.00 directly worn, unsafe by punctures tires? blowouts and skidding due to smooth,

they become locked in deadly em- in Berlin because of criticism of the OTHER SIZES PROPORTIONATELY LOWjretone
"
S.I brace. Hitler government's policies. Rumor
This was regarded as an answer had it that he might not re. Atrigbtisseetlon
'' to the from Firestone c At left it section
"plague on both your houses" turn to his post. I a new
Tire.Note the thick, cut front a smooth,
which President Roosevelt called +c- COURIER. nonskid protection worn tire,uttb non-
down on extremists of both sides in against skidding, slid protection worn
'.{, the "little steel" .$ .$6.37 blowouts and ; off. Tires in this
strike. In his campaign Postage Stamp War 4.40..21. 6.031I30x3'h punctures Come in condition are liable
f'; for re-election he had "supped HONDURAS and Nicaragua were 4.50.21. ct. 4.87 and demonstration.tee by actual /i to punctures and skidding., blowouts -,,
at labor's table" to the
'i: extent of on verge of running up the G
I-: a half-million-dollar contribution to curtain on their own little show in
the Democratic national committeeby honor of Mars, the god of war-all
the C. I. O.
over a postage stamp. Nicaragua
Lewis suggested that it would be issued a stamp bearing a map which
: a wise move for labor and agricul- showed an area along the Honduras 1 -
ture to'wage their battles together
boundary as "territory in dis
-.{ politically. pute." Hondurans claimed it was
5 "Labor has suffered just as our an affront to their sovereignty,
farm population has suffered," he citing the Spanish award which both
said, "from a viciously unequal dis- sides accepted in 1906 and which
: tribution of the national income. was supposed to have settled the
:' a "The exploitation of both classes territory question. Hondurans were
'?, of workers has been the soi ce of further incensed when Nicaraguanradio
.. '- panic and depression, and upon the speakers hinted the Honduran

economic welfare of both rests the army,couldn't lick a postage stamp,
best assurance of a sound end per- and proposed sending into
manent Drosnpritv." that country. troops Listen to the Voice Firestone Monday evenings over Nationwide N.B.C.Red Network





/ ', :: ". I i. : '" ,,';'.'



-', j> f" "
:
r
7

< ,..
<
I




THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1937



----- --------
---
IMPROVED Those Who Are Good

: UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL "Quotations"America Must of Needs MatchI U1LdQPhiIkay

is an integration of differences

r .1 SUNDAY I not a monotonous repetitionof doubt whether anything in the $ :
type; America is E Pluribus
(LessonBy
Unum.-Prof. H. A. Overstreet.The world can beautify a 'soul more
essence of all institutions of spontaneously, more naturally,
REV; HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. higher learning should be self.education than the knowledge that some- Indolence and InabilityThere
Bible Institute
of the
Moody
Dean of Chicago. under guidance.-A. Laurence where in its neighborhood there
is room at the top fully as
Western Newspaper Union. Lowell. exists and noble
a pure being
" I have heard it said that from 70 much because the ,intellectually
{-'. hiv about S whom ,it can unreservedly love.
'i. ,": to 90 per cent of the thinking of When the soul has veritably indolent don't, want to get there,
". Lesson for September 19 people is ancestral.-N. D. Baker.If drawn near to such as because of the, inability of ,oth-
-':: Tombstone Inscriptions. there had been a board of direc a being, ers to do it.
;
whom the had be beauty: is no longer a lovely, life-
tors to plans to There wouldn't be
so nobodies
PHOENIX, ARIZ.-A gentle- CHOICES AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES submitted, the creation of the uni less thing, that one exhibits to a if self-respect many
:' me sightseeing IN A NATION'S LIFE verse would still be under advise- stranger; for it takes unto itselfan generally diffused. were more
ment.-Bruce Barton. imperious existence, and its
through a cemetery that abounded LESSON TEXT-Deuteronomy 11:8-12. 1512. The strongest influence for pre activity becomes so natural as to Classical 'literature is the kind

in proud mausoleums and,, GOLDEN. TEXT-Choose you this day serving the home is the mother-in- be henceforth irresistible. Where- written ,by authors who said the
stately shafts.I whom ye will serve.-Joshua 24:15. law, and if she should sit down,on fore you will do well to think it eternal truths first. Of course, at
TOPIC-Our Country. her the nation would
PRIMARY responsibility times they sound dull.
figured he wanted to show me JUNIOR TOPIC-Choosing Sides. deteriorate rapidly.-Gene Howe. over, for none are alone.-Maeter-
that rich folks continue to enjoy the INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC- linck. One can be poor and dignified,
,The Importance of Our Choices. though it ,may require considerable -
utmost luxury even ADULT TOPIC-
YOUNG PEOPLE AND -
after becoming de My Part in Making Up the Nation's Mind. effort forethought. .
ceased. For ModulationHear
How futile and fi?<> ; r Nations as well as individuals are AROUND Items of Interest"
how vain are most rs responsible before God for the man- lase both sides of the questionand
tombstone inscrip- ner in which they live. They enjoy .r' to the Housewife you will never be too enthusi-. ,

tions. They give the the blessings of right living and the HOUSE 11 r astic.
dates of birth and : suffer the penalty of wrong moral JI -. : If a worrying man hasn't the
death events in choices. While it is true that national state of the nation to worry ovei
neither of which the leaders may not always reflect Dainty Shoulder 'Straps.-When hour and strain through cheese- he will worry over a pain in the
departed had any the true character of the people making your undies try using narrow cloth. Pour into sterilized bottles back. .
{t say-so unless he it is generally true that there is velvet ribbon for the shoulder- and seal. Serve over ice cubes We all love best a friend who is
.t S committed suicide. -L. a sort of national character which straps. The velvet side next to diluted with water to taste -'-a' sometimes stubborn, generally'
And just as the av- Irvin S. Cobb over a longer period of time accu- the skin acts as a grip, while the -',* good-natured.

rage graveside eulogy rately represents the moral condition satin on top looks dainty. You For BastingRoasts.Leftovr

is a belated plea for the defense, ; of the people as a whole. will find that ribbon-velvet straps fruit juices, especially those from

offered after the evidence is all in, Many earnest men and women be- will outlast any garment. spiced fruits, make,excellent bast- uts" ilte -Fine"MOROLINE LARGEST
so an epitaph is an advertisementfor lieve that the United States of ing liquid' for roasts, chops and ;
a line of goods which perma- America stands today at the cross- In Preparing a Chicken Dinner.A ham ArSC
nently has been discontinued. roads of national moral; decision. live chicken usually weighsa dishes.WNU Service. I SNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY

Somehow this burying ground There has been an unquestionable third more than a dressed chick .
stuff reminds me of hired.critics of decadence of true religion, of home en.. Allow half a pound of dressed !
other men's efforts. The difference life,.of social purity, and a growthof chicken per'person. '
between professional book reviewers moral indifference and outright j
and the other obituarians is that wickedness which causes men who A Combination Dish. Two t'LUG
the latter do their work after you think; to cry out for a revival of old- parts of tomatoes simmered with !
pass on, but the reviewers can't fashioned spiritual and moral stand- one part of celery makes a good :
wait until you're dead to write your ards ere it be too late. The most combination dish. j 1
literary death notice for you. effective, and in fact the only really Advertised O Our readers should always remember I
that about that our community merchants cannot
effective to bring ,
Maybe critics are to authors what way Raspberry Shrub. To three
within the church of afford to advertise a bargain unless it
fleas were to David Harum's dog; is a revival quarts of red raspberries and one is a real bargain. They do advertise bar-
they keep authors from brooding on Christ, and a resultant renewal of quart of sugar add one cup of BARGAINS gains and such advertising means money
being authors. its service in winning men to Jesus vinegar. Cook slowly for half an. saving to the people of the community.
Christ as their Saviour and Lord.A .
24-page booklet "Lessons in Soul- : I

Catching Barracuda. Winning," by Dr. ,Will H. Houghton, ,
: LEO CARILLO is quite a yachtsman will be sent by the writer without \
when not acting for the i charge to those requesting 1 it. If j
screen or leading parades. He's our i possible enclose a 3 cent stamp.I. {
I
champion parade leader. It's gotso Right Choices Result in Blessing: ;
they don't dare let a colored funeral (vv. 8, 9). "
go past his house for fear he'll Making the right choice is in facta WHERE'S JUNIOR/ "? HERE/ HE COMES NOWAND, WHY
rush right out and head the proces- simple matter, for it means only I CAME HOME EARLY f NE ; '>WEL L, HE'S CRYINGWHAT'S TWE MATTER,
obedience to God's commandments. SO WE COULD r LOOk51.. .iWErLL SONNY/ ? WfVmE ?EARS __

I sion.On one of those days when there God is the author of the moral FINISH/ / THAT / 1oO ,. FIX
P'., wasn't a parade he took Victor law.' He alone 'can and does determine BOAT : NAPPY Ha7EIAT j AW X HAD TO
. iC' Moore and me out on his boat. We I what is right and wrong. Man WE'RE To SUIT STAY AFTER SCHOOL
'S caught,a mess of slim, yet fragrantfish. need not determine, nor is' he MAkiNG! ME C AGAIN< / .' TEACHER MADE
Leo called them barracuda, equipped to decide that question. He a ( ME BRING/ HOME A
but, with their low retreating fore- can and must relate the details of Joy (( NOTE, TOO! / .
heads and greedy jaws, they looked his life to the law of God. How important I
more like shyster lawyers to me- it is then that he properly
the kind who chase ambulances and 'understand that law, and what follyit
eventually get disbarred. is to neglect the study of God's _
Word, where the commandments of
:
God made known unto
are men. :
Glad, Mad Artists. C'
Choosing God's way means for =
'. HERETOFORE, the glad, mad both men and the nations which _
produce master- they make up (for my country is in :: :" ..
' pieces of sculpture and painting the final analysis myself, and other "' >'i"5=. O
which resemble nothing on heaven or i-- .
individuals like me) the assuranceof S k 0-
in the waters below
;: : earth or except God's blessing and prosperity.II. c
bad dream which I
, possibly some
God Encourages Right Choices
f : .- ,.:, these parties had once while feel- ::1 f I
(vv. 10-12). THE NoTE ; y
, S ing pretty' bilious, have depended Our God is the great and untiring SAYS JUNIOR: ISr IF MDU'O (,
the ultra-ults the intelligentsia
upon among "giver of every good and perfect LISTLESS AND PUNISH H/M/ A
,<;I.,.. for support. gift." We need but to lift up our /NATTENTVETHAT / -... TIME OR TU/0,
:\:..... But now one hears divers million- eyes and look at His handiwork', HIS I'LL BET HE'D
aires may endow for them an aca- ,or stir up our memories to recall SCHooLVVORKGETS PAY MOREATTENTION
demy or a gallery-or possibly it's his goodness, and we 'know that he POORER.
an asylum for the more violent and all his blessed works encour- ALL THE TIME TO HIS WORK' 80T JOHN 'NE'DOESTR':! WELLIF
cases. Anyhow, there's money be- age us to do right-to live right. To STUDY einrvoLi KNOW THAT'S THE
hind the cult, and when money gets But, alas, all too often God's HE'S NOT FEELING WELL. CASE, WHY
behind a' thing in this country, it choicest gifts are perverted and are HE'S NERVOUS AND RUN-DOWM. MOT WAVE WE(
usually flourishes, provided the used to bring the very opposite re- HE DOESN'T SLEEP DOCTOR LOOK
money doesn't get too far behind, sult. The most beautiful lakes and SOUNDLY AND WAS NO AT HIM/ ? '
as happened in 1929, when the rest naturally delightful surroundingsare APPETITE! .
of the country was trying to figure used for resorts and clubs whichall Q
\ .. out what had become of the deposits too often lead men to moral de op Q a P
I?:"\ and investments, which we, of the struction. Parents almost fear that r 0r Q Joy
; sucker class, had entrusted to our their daughters ,may be too attractive rF

leading financial wizards. for the world; the flesh, and
Still, we o( that same ignorant the devil are constantly out "scout- 1/
., mass-group do not have to buy ex-' ing" for beautiful women whose
amples of this new schoool. We don't very God-given beauty may be usedto

, ; even have to look at them unless glorify sin and lead others into AND YoU SAY HE'S BEEN DR.INKJHG 30 DAYS 4NE'5 BEEN A DIFFERENT' oU1'ATER.
\ we're in Germany and are escorted disobedience to God. COFFEE? CHILDREN/ SHOULD NEVER i 6OY SINCE HE SWITCHED SAID

.. ," to the official state-run display by a III. Right and, Wrong Are Fundamental DRINK COFFEE! I SU66EST LOU TO ROSTM-MADE IT! No
",'i regiment of Nazi storm-troopers. 'and Eternal (vv. 26-32). TRY <3MN< HIM POS7if/M-M4DE-tV/7W-/ THERE you ARE, WITH MOr 'MORE
";,>: It needs to be repeated over and V_ HOTMILK.NSTEAD.. SON -TFIAT'SFOR. ": MILK!$ ; NERVOUSNESS6ETTNG /

}i-: '. Pugilistic Authors. over again in these callous and in- % THE BEST f-AND HE'S AS
. ALL
:) ,,, :,. I'M ALWAYS missing something., different days that there is laid DOCTOR R/6HT/ ..../F YOU 3i BEAT rr MARKS /N YOUR. ALCRTAHDENERGETIC
,,:,' :.:"' the occasion of one really his- down in the very constitution of the TH/NK/ IT W/LL/ 'BLOOMS----.f.fI CUSS THIS '
S toric battle between a brace of distinguished entire universe a moral distinction HELf: ',THAT LICKS MONTH & AS CAN BE! '
writers, I yawningly left between right and wrong. Right is wv n SIn,

the scene before Messrs. Sinclair always right, and wrong is defi- 1q
Lewis and Theodore'Dreiser quit nitely and eternally wrong. Thereis J lj
swapping hard words and started no moral twilight zone, where 54\ .
swapping soft blows. things are neither white nor black,

And it was just my luck to be out but a neutral gray. o'o
here recently when Ernest Heming- Note that the difference between
way'threw a book-or maybe i't wasa right and wrong was to be the same r.Q !k.v55 :<.
publisher; anyhow some such "on the other side of the Jordan." o e 4.
hard, knobby object-at Mr. Max Time and place have no power to 9
Eastman and Mr. Eastman retort- change moral What was rightor O 0. O
Tf j.. ed with a tremendous push which wrong for your.greatgrandfatheris
* W, damaged Mr. Hemingway not at all. right or for What
*r't wrong you. 'YOUR. MONEY 6ACKSWITCHING ----x"., purchase price, plus postage! (If you live in Canada, address
The typical writer, no matter how was right in your home on the farmis t General Foods, Ltd., Cobourg, Ont.) ,
red-blooded his style may be, packs right in 'the city where you now ;//F / TO PoS UM t' Postum contains no caffein. It is simply whole wheat
'. all his wallops in his pen and never : live, or vice-versa. The passing of ..9,1 SN'T,HELPy0U. .. !, r" and bran, roasted and slightly sweetened. It comes in two ,
,.
JrfMFrRv C"h> '+ ; .. the kind boil .. ;;-
vy.M' forms. Postum Cereal, or percolate
: in his fist. There have been the s! r' "v % '-*fcrMANY you '--
excep- or of residencedoes
years a change
people can safely drink coffee. and Instant Postum, made instantly in the cup. Economical -
tions. Once Rex Beach cleaned outa not alter that law of God. many others-and all children ,easy to make,delicious,hot or iced.You may miss
night club all by himself, but his May God help the people of our -should never drink it. If you suspect that the caffein in coffee at first, but you'll'soon love Postum's own rich
opponents were hoodlums, not fel coffee disagrees with you...try Postum's 30-day test.Buya flavor. A pro-
low-writers. He had something sub. nation, and all the countries of the : can of Postum and drink it instead of coffee for fall month. duct of Gen .< .. ,
stantial to work earth, to remember that it is still If ...after 30 days...you do not feel better,return the eral Foods. f. .iw worw row w.w+vA "p
on. true that "righteousness exalteth a Postum container top with your name and address to (Offer expires DOT 6 EA GLOOMDec.31,1937af --
f IRVIN S. COtttt. nation: but sin is a reproach to anypeople" General Foods, Battle Creek, Mich., and we will refund POSTUM!
WNU Service. \ Co,..1937.Kin*FwtnrM SrnillcAU.G.1'.Cono..u.-
(Prov. 14:34)).






,. .
"" ;-.. .:: :;,..)-". ii:';:; ,:...k::' :,f ". ,:_.).' ,,:.' ').;,.; _. r; 'J."';.>.': ::,-< "' \ ,:. ',' < '



.
3 -:" ,:rv'C" .

?






\
PAGE FOUR ,THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1037

-

The Clewiston News thrive on hand-outs, and looks meek 1 II for bread and catcheth the devil. of America by simply qualifying cipal income for the balance of the

ly up In deep appreciation of every Dust he was In the beginning and through presenting evidence that at month will be the gas tax distribution -
favor. He to each place I his name is mud.SCHOIJAnSHIPS some time in their lives they had
.. little goes
.
-" ---- ..... September 25th which will runaround
Fii .114..uil every Friday in Clewiston with a pitiful, begging look, as I I collided with livestock while driv- '
Fluu] by the CLEWISTON NEWS though he had had no meal for a I, AWARDED TO ing an automobile.It $115,000. # '

I1"!. week, when the chances are he has I I TWO EVERGLADES YOUTHS was all in fun of course and in Other .incidental receipts, 'are- .- expected -

just finished a big meal next door. son the beginning PEB was merely trying to build the fund up sufficiently -
work, when can prosper -i ,Adriaan Daane, of Mrs. A. to fill his column
But why you up but the to meet the payroll September
Keathley Bowden, Editor' It? I Daane and the late Dr. A. Daane, of
without
paper was hardly off the press be- 30th. ,! ,
,
Belle Glade honor graduate of the
,
School opened with a bang Mon- fore the phone began to ring, applicants State Road Department and nIa'ny
Pahokee High School was announced -
entered second class mail mat-! day morning, the school house was i came in person to join the new
as winner of the $2,000 DuncanU. other ear-marked funds are being
tnr February 1, 1927, at the Post I literally bulging with people till after as ;. order, letters poured\ in from all over
Fletcher agricultural scholarship. the state. paid right along as these funds are
O'"Cite in. Clewiston Florida, under the morning, exercises. Really II '
The scholarship was establishedthis
not short at this time.
the Act of-March 3, 1897. there is no description of the cry-I of Clarence R. I It seemed that just about every-
I summer as a gift
Ing need for an auditorium here. body at some time or other had hita There are also ample funds in the
When the school has company Bitting, president of the United I I cow or hog on the highway and teacher's salary fund to meet theOctober

Subscription rate $2.00 per year. there's not room for them, and the I I States Sugar Corporation as a me- everyone of them was eager to be- distribution to the variotscounty \
rates on application. morial to the late Senator Fletcher.It '
Advertising boards of instruction
school children have to go outsidetill I come a member of the MoToreadors. public ,
is for four years and carries an
the company is seated and then Phil now finds himself heading a I totalling almost $1,150,000 with
annual payment of $500. Daane was
Devoted to the advancement and come in and stand around the edges. legion several hundred strong and $300,000 to spare as a nest egg for
chosen from a field of twelve appli-
November distribution
Maybe some day-some sweet day growing every day.
welfare of Clewiston and HendryCounty. cants considered by the university
I-we'll get that auditorium yet. committee on scholarships ,and I 1 I Hastily printed, "MembershipCards"
And we hope it's a big one. read: "The MoToreador has
loans.J. .
i I > _[ ;
An Interesting sidelight on the E.. Beardsley, Jr., of Clewiston, I 1 been rendered, qualified, and duly
The Florida citrus season is well school is the entrance of four stu-! also a graduate oft the Pahokee High !' initiated with all due ceremony and 1

under way with Lee county shippingthe dents-all boys-who until recently School, class of '37, received one of no dues or fees, in that while motor- I '
first carload, and Dade makinga have lived ,all their lives In Cuba, the state Sears-Roebuck scholar-ing on U. S. (or Fla.) Cow Path No.

closesecond.. I and who speak no English. Young ships. This scholarship! pays' $100 an-': ..,.....___.(Camino de Toros) his (her) I I .
Bill Prewitt, who has made rapid nually. I automoBULL had a COWlision with
If news photos are to believed, progress under the supervision of ;j a bull (cow) (mule) (hog) thereupon -

Countess Barbara Hutton what's- Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, is a IIpIITIRMAC11dMIG61pIi0iCRi=A9R9 1d71 3 grazing (running) (standing) or r
her-name is running Queen Mary avery step ahead of the three Martinez (lying)." ;a

close second in the matter of boys.-'Neither Mrs. Martinez or the Too Late To Classify I I With the Tampa Chapter of the ,, /i'rf d1

hats. boys speak English, BO it's quite !11 new order growing like wildfire ap-

difficult for them to begin. They 'ussell I plications for Charters are coming -
Now that school has started 'par- are In the first grade, but Miss Watson CJ3y Kay I in from other cities. Sam Ellis of

entq will be able to help Junior with says; they are learning words sPI,i j the Pensacola News-Journal is enrolling -
his arithmetic, and find out next rapidly they may find themselves in I II ILtC AitRSllf IllttIQL7AR AgnOlCt3Q95 j members for an Escambia '
day that the answers are all wrong. their grades before the term "
proper
I see by the papers where another Chapter, Tallahassee wants one and
is far advanced. Professor Herring "Florida" storm is in progress. AsI Phil is arranging to issue official WITH
Old H. C. L. has returned to reside took occasion to introduce the four write this so-called "Florida"! charters printed on genuine cow- !T'S EASY

in the* U. S. A. at the urgent request to the rest of the children in an storm is located about 1,700 miles hide. uIq1t'PAYMENT
of governmental authorities. elementary school chapel $
program.He southeast of Miami and east of the Official emblem has not been designed -
The same being High Cost of Living. explained their predicament and
Leeward islands. ', as yet but is expected to PLA
And if you groan over your grocery the interest and enthusiasm shown
I! Now 1,700 miles la a lot of milesin take the form of a Crumpled horn
bill every month, remember that, thefarmer's by the other
pupils means they'll
man's country. If look'at
any you crossed by a crumpled fender. Vivala .
getting more than in pre- have plenty of help learning our language '
your map you'll find that 1,700 MoToreadors. Give your children every
vious Or is he? I
years. miles NORTH of Miami would put -__- opportunity they deserve in

Maybe you'll enjoy this if youhaven't you somewhere in the neighborhoodof :5100,000 UNPAID BILLS OF your own home. A playroom,
.=" :":":":":":":":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..o.--o.: read It: Halifax, Nova Scotia, or if you STATE AWAIT FUND den, workshop, complete

Lamentations of a Pessimist, choose to look west it would carry freedom. All these plus

RAMBLINGS From "The Scrap Book" I I you to a point in the Pacific Ocean Tallahassee,. Sept. '16 (SpecialWith' ).- security, are theirs home.and You yoursIn
I Man is of few days and full of off the coast of Lower California. barely enough in sightto jour own can
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..;..:.. trouble. He laboreth all the days of I I Now a gale off the coast of Nova meet the state's September money 30th purchase pay like rent a home over now a long and

Clewiston has discovered a house his youth to 'pay for a gasoline chariot Scotia or in the neighborhood of payroll, Comptroller J. M. Lee has period with our Budget

and apartment shortage In Its and when at last the task is I Lower California would hardly be stopped writing general revenue Monthly Payment Plan. It's
midst. Houses and finished, Lo! the thing Is junk and classed as a "Florida" storm, but warrants for bills being contractedby advantageous to buy or build
apartments wore now in face of rising prices!
never among the superfluous Items he needeth another. unfortunately, any blow that devel- officials and state institutions

here, but for a time the lack of suf- He planteth grain in the earth I ops anywhere in the South Atlanticor supported by this fund, and by noon

ficient housing space has not seem and tilleth It dilligently, he and his the tempermental Caribbean is Thursday, !approximately $100,000of

ed acute. Despite the large numberof servants and his asses, and when I! immediately dubbed a "Florida"storm unpaid general revenue bills had
homes constructed' during the the harvest is gathered into the '1 regardless of whether it is piled up' in the Comptroller's file to Clewiston Federal
barns he oweth located off the coast of South America -
the landlord eight I! await funds for payment.
three
past
years, newcomers and
even the'chool teachers have 'been I I dollars and forty cents more than or somewhere between the Lee-. There is in the general revenue Savings and Loan ,.
ward Islands and the African shore
the is worth. |
crop
hard pressed to find a place to fund approximately $170,000,
stay. Even a room, we are told, Is He borroweth money from the line.Not of ,which $59,000 are ear-marked for AssociationModerate
lenders to buy pork and and I one storm out of ten ever
a hard thing to find. The crying syrup specific purposes.
need is for a few furnished places. gasoline and'the interest eateth up; touches Florida but due to the fact The General Revenue Fund's, prin- 1 M '5
I all that he hath. I that the Federal, government oper- ,
How's fishing? We asked an ard- He begets sons and educateth!I ates it's hurricane warning service

ent fisherman this week. He replied them to from weather bureau offices 'at .
"It's fishing. That's all I smoke cigarettes and 'wear ,. ........................... .VIN... .. ..... .: . .....:...
can a white collar, and Lo! they have j; Jacksonville, Miami and other points t 1N1. . . .H. .NNI .NNHNNN H,1 .111. .11MNN1/1. .. .'fit
say about, it." And so it Whether ;
goes. soft hands and neither labor in the and news of the formation and progress m
you catch fish or not there's always '
fields nor anywhere under the sun. of these distant tropical dis- *
"fishing", and people find The children of his loins are ornery I turbances first reaches the press of 'i..1' I .:', .-
plenty of port in it the round. I 'i'i
year and one of them becometh a lawyer I the nation from a Florida point, :

The World Series is in the offing, and another sticketh up' a filling.'with a Florida date line, the headline -, :
and one party of Clewiston fans, are station and maketh whoopee with writers dash off such, captionsas 1F i CLEWISTON 60LF

planned to attend. They're hopingthe the substance thereof. "Florida Storm Threatens." I'!'

Yanks and the Giants will play The wife of his 'bosom flirteth It is unfortunate of course that :: :!:

i*. off for that would give them full with a stranger and when he rebukes Florida is called on to take the rap, :
time in the big city, besides for these storms don't belong to cous
being her, Lo! she, shooteth him :n .;.
cheaper than jumping hither and the finale. Florida any more than they: do to : :, .

yon to se'e the games. He forth in the I Mexico, Texas, Cuba, Georgia, the '
goes morning on '
( : : :" ; :
<
Headquarters for the Florida Le- the road that leadeth to the city I I Carolinas or the entire Atlantic ,Sea- ; ; ,:,;' J : 1 1'i"

gionnaires in New York to attend and a jitney smiteth him so that his board, since these storms at onetime ..' ': : -:'
..
the National Convention have been ribs project through his epidermis.He I I or another have struck points 'i':. '" < \ .::'

established at the Governor Clinton drinketh a drink of whoopee I along the coast from Yucatan to .
Hotel. New York Police Chief decided Juice to forget his sorrows and liv- Nova Scotia. But as Florida is the 'i' 'i'
::' __ ;::
to give leave to all Legion- er. All the days of his life it burn- Nation's first news source concern- :

; ,. naires on his force in order that cth the lining from his tummy.He ing them it looks like we'll have to :1' f
:: ::
they might attend the convention.: findeth no parking place and I continue to take the blame. I ; ;

It developed that there are 3000 of 13 tormented by traffic cops from IL 0 t 10 the Public

them on the force, and that leaves ,;:oing forth till coming back. Phil E. Barney better known as I ii! pen I i

quite a vacancy. Wonder how many An enemy stealeth his car; physicians "PEB" who conducts the Gulf .

, extra police he's going to have to [ remove his inner parts ,and Gleam column in the Tampa Morn- -:_== ) i,

\,'. put on now to take care of the Legionnaires Ms teeth and his bankroll; his ar- ing Tribune, struck with a bright '':'' '':''
r'' their traffic and other 'eries hardeneth in the evening of idea a week or so ago, coined the : :

,;:."" problems. his life and his heart busteth try-I term MoToredor as the proper title
:: I ::
.' Word via the grapevine telegraph 'ng to keep pace. for any motorist who at some timeor

_:t is that two more of Clewis ton'!> Sorrow and bill collectors follow- another in his or her motoring ::: :::

e... former residents (U. S. Engineers) eth him all.the days of his life and career had a collision with roaming : '\ ':::i: ::

:: t are to be added to the Mobile disL. hen he is gathered to his fathers I livestock on a public highway. '. I

,, trict. Major and Mrs. R. H. Collins he neighbors sayeth: How much I Permitting his thoughts to roamas :: Green Fees ': 1 ::
lid he leave of which he
:( : have'already moved to Mobile, and ? free as the livestock
l' the J. -A. Rumbleys awaiting definite Lo! He hath left it all. And his i vas thinking, Phil conceived, the idea I .:.t:: Exceptional Fairways I ::
widow rejoiceth in a new andi of organizing these luckless victimsof I.
!iX". instructions, having already received coupe .'.
.:. the assignment. That makes maketh eyes at a young sheik that I the "cow-ways" and he announced ;::1_: Bnterestisig Greens I ;
'> quite a group of ex-Clewistonites in slicketh his hair and playeth a nifty I in his column that anyone desir-

-'-Ik- Mobile. Gayle McFadden, we understand game of bridge. ing to join the movement might be- ..:.: I L I I .'t'
?i::,' was recalled from Honolulu Woe is man! From the day of his: come a member of his new organization ,

" to take charge of construction of girth to the time when the earth J I to be known as the "Ancient ...................................................................................................................................................ro.. ..............................m41.
one of the big airports being built I !'inoweth him no more he laboreth and Honor o BULL of MoToreadors -

>'\ in New York State. It's. quite a big -

job, and quite an advancement for ; : : : :.: :.: :I.H-: ;..: : .: )o: : :"'- : :.: :

4 ta; McFadden.Hambone has been injured. He rK : : : : 1

JVIINER9
has been getting around_ very slow- c. m NC.

}: ly limping with much'effort these .' :::
: ; ; .
past few days. Probably got stru('!- :. Life .:.
by a car. Hope it wasn't one of : : \ .. ..-.
; Health and Accident
those hit-and-run drivers. Hamboneis a: :

pretty worthless, but has a lot of I Fire ,
friends, nevertheless: In case you ':: :; GENER.AL INSURANCE
..
"C Windstorm :
# are not familiar with him, he is the ; ,

nondescript looking Airdale pup who .;; Automobile" .:.

{. belongs to nobody in particular, and :: ;;:
..
:
makes his home near the Post Office ;. Liability ,

probably of Mrs. because Alston, of Mrs.the Nlblack generosity .:' HOPKINS BUILDING CLE\VISrrON"FLORIDA .::;: le S

,, ?\ arid Royal's grocery- He seems to -wuO', >-.'..: J,+:w- I.-->-;--:.-:...{. :-:..:..:":..:"WNtoM: :-:..:-X..H .:..:..:..:..: :..:..:w:,.:..).:..:.:.-:..:..: :.:,.:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:.-:,.:..:..:..:..:-.:..:.,..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:":":":'-:'-:":":": :":":":":":":":":":":":- ':'": Vat4

1 1'1to
ao



:
/ tf



7i1.j,'\ : ;; f... ",'-'''-..-i'I.t ; .r':.; ".. .
i ,
{ ; > C 'I .
Wr .', .' '
: 'TRvb '
:>, '': ':r,1:> m. ': (: t >.' ', I .. : : ;' >) r 'di,': ",' ::' ..> .'.', : :
,
: :' : ( ..:.\ : : _: r"

,



CLEWISTON '!NEWS I PAGE: FIVE
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER '17, 1937 THE

.
---- "--
'
-- -

..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,) Duffie was elected president, Anne 1-Monday evening at eight. SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWS
y S G. S. Mobley left Saturday for Pafford, vice president, Betty Junior society meets Wednesday!

4't :_:: Personal Mention :: Jacksonville to Join Mrs. Mobley and McDuffie, secretary and Marianne afternoon at '3:30.
for visit with rel
their baby son a Jones, treasurer. Choir rehersal on Thursday even-

-, ......'.,....................J.>................o
'->:- first of October. September is being' observed
Miss Jewel Russell Is spending refreshments were served to Jean as a '; 1

Augur, Barbara Broadfpot, Mary preparation month and October will
two weeks: visiting in Tampa. ; ...
Mrs Gertrude Jacobs and son, Nell Christian, Marianne Jones, Bet be "Rally Month" In all departmentsof New York Life

Lester, of Tampa, have arrived in the church.Mr. .
Jean Gloria
Wilbur spent Friday and I ty and McDuffie, Anne Insurance
Clewiston and are making their Pafford and Grace Ward. Mr. and Taylor will have for his ser- Company
Palm Beach.
Saturday in West .
home with Mrs. Jacobs' sister, Mrs. Mrs.. Brewer and I. M. Pafford. I mon subject next Sunday evening, ARCADIA, FLORIDA "

G. H. Small. I "Changed Conditions Transformed
or -
" ,. Mrs. C.V.. McDonald and son,
,::1:2' : : Harry, of Belle Glade were guests BILLY BROADFOOT CELEEIT1ATES I Men."
' Miss Kathryn Slater' of West Palm 13TH BIRTHDAY WITH The public Is cordially invited to
:;. of friends here Wednesday., I'ARTY1 RAIFORD'S RHEUMATIC REM-
1.> :/. Beach is visiting her aunt, Mrs... R. I worship in the Community Church.:: EDY has, relieved Muscular,
C. Wilson. Her grandfather. H
,.'.::1./ ': :. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berner and son, ; Billy Broadfoot entertained witha Rheumatic and other bodily pains
: Wilson returned to his 'home in
j ,
II-'' theatre party Friday evening in HARLEM: ACADEMY SCHOOL for 15 also used for
Athlete's
. ::. Bobby, were visitors in West Palm years;
Bonita after vis-
Springs Tuesday a
Beach yesterday afternoon. celebration of his thirteenth birth NOTES (Foot and other Foot Troubles. Easyto
". .:. t. it of few here.
... a days
-, After the
;'1- day. show the boys returned make. Ingredients bought at any

:: -, ,1\11'. and Mrs. R. C.Nowling made to the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. The faculty, members of the drug store.: Don't suffer. Send only

.. ': +\,. a business trip to Tampa Wednes- Miss Valerie Suther of West Palm R. Bioadfoot on the government P.-T. A. and friends wish to express $1 for formula. Satisfaction guaranteed -
Beach is visiting her uncle and
day, reservation where refreshmentswere their appreciation to all who so E. E. Raiford, B. 91, Okee-
\. ;'" aunt Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGehee.Mr. .
,
; willingly]] help to make the -
: "- served and games played. necessary chobee, Fla. 4tD-N
, and Mrs. Ivan Van Horn of I'
preparation for the
,; Miss Roberta George has returned Those enjoying this occasion with opening of

from a two weeks visit in Miami and Belle Glade were also guests of the Billy were Billy Perry, Walter: I I school. We wish to thank Mr. M. E.

'- Coral Gables. McGehees on, Wednesday.H. Vaughn, Leonard Moore, Sherwood VonMach, chairman of the school

1. I Hall and Julian Smith. I I board and officials of the United
H. Avant and Charles Roberts :
States
Sugar! Corporation. Again
Mrs. J. A. McGehee attended a we
: .
motored to Miami Sunday eveningfMiss
_meeting of District 8 State Welfare : LAKE HARBOR LADIES I I thank you.
r Board held recently in Fort Myers. j Sandy Welles who has been ENTERTAIN FOR MRS. KOLTON (Signed) A. A. THOMAS, Principal.
'1 visiting there returned with them i -r r r i
X13csr
and left for Sanford to spend the I
Mrs. W. W. Hooks was a recent I Mrs. Joe Lee Wood and Mrs. Mel- WELFARE WORKER'S OFFICE
"'
f: remainder of her vacation with her
,;a:t guest of Mrs. J. D. Adams of Fort mother. vin Walder. of Lake Harbor were HOURS

Denaud. hostesses yesterday afternoon at a I I
Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Hendry coun-
surprise party and stork shower for ,
F. M. Wright left the latter partof ty member of the state welfare !
Mrs. Campbell Nail returned Sun- Mis. J. B. Bolton, ,who recently moved ,
last week for Urbana, Illinois, for. board, requests the publication of
day from a week's visit with her from Lake Harbor to Clewiston.
Irs. Wright and their children, the fact that Mrs. Myra Rooney, visitor -
at Beach. The group drove up from Lake
parents
Jacksonville Francis and Nancy Jo, who have I assigned to Hendry county, is
Harbor and spent a pleasant afternoon r
I been spending the summer there and in Clewiston every Monday morn- i
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Lundy and with Mrs. Bolton. Delicious refreshments OLEACKSONVILLE
in Colorado. They are expected home ; ing. She may be found at the Cot-
Jchildren of Moore Haven'were Friday which had been prepared i
this week-end. trell building next to the ,Bank. Mrs.
afternoon visitors in Clewiston. and brought by the hostesses
;1, II McGehee requests those who have J
were served to Mrs: H. Byrd, :Mrs.
', Miss Mary Louise Oglesby returned !problems or questions in regard to FLORIDA
. : C. E. Miner has returned from George Royal, Mrs. Merriam, Mrs.
Saturday from West 'Palm Beach II the work of the board to bear in GARNETT ANDREWS Manoj.r
,. Ocala, where he attended a four day Bishop, Mrs. Shuler, Mrs. Ernest I
; where she has been a patient at 1 mind the day on which Mrs. Roonay
ENJOY
SUMMER COMFORT iti
'. insurance school at Camp Roosevelt. Burkette, Mrs. Mackey, Mrs. Rob at ; I
Good Samaritan Hospital. She is I is in Clewiston.CATTLEMEN'S. modern, fireproof hotel in the heart of down
inson, Mrs. Bob Crouch, Mrs. Joe Jacksonville.
improving since a' recent operationand town Every room with ub and I
Mrs. W. H. Whatley of Fort Crouch, Mrs. Wilkinson, Mrs. Hen-. shower, loft water, ceiling fan,radio, slatted 1 1I
,, is making splendid progress toward door. I
Bed with
Meade is the guest of her daughter, derson, Mrs. Raymond Wilder, Mrs. summer Every innersprmj 1I
r' complete recovery.Mr. I m ttreis and reading lamp Running ice I
(
Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and family.Mr. K. B. Eldon, Mrs. Layfield, Mrs. I ASS'N'HEARS water on every floor. 1j

--- Grant, Mrs. Fletcher Burkette and AIR CONDITIONED j
and Mrs. E. M. Cornette and COCKTAIL LOUNGE COFFEE SHOP
and Mrs. F. A. Flanders and Mrs. C. M. Larrick. '
DINING
c. '. hildren ''of LaBelle have moved to TALKS BY AND MEETING ROOMS I
daughter, Phyllis, of Moore Haven I Rates--Single! with Private Bath
Clewiston and are occupying the I
... were guests of friends here Sunday. RAMBLERS CLUB ENJOYS 78 Rooms $2.00 80 Rooms S2.50 j
., new home recently completed by J. | 40 Rooms $3.00 24 Rooms $3.SO I
--, TACKY PARTY THURSDAYThe STATE
A. Stone on Royal Palm Avenue. SPECIALISTS 10 Sample Room wttK PtlY.te Bilh S400Srlfttt 4
Mr. and Mrs. 1\L M. Prewitt have verso* 'oi doubt* occupancy
Mr. Cornette is manager of the b
returned from a 'visit of several daysat Ramblers met at the O"*.. /. B POUND Ho....
Hendry County Motors and has beeli
Fort Myers Beach. home of Mrs. Emma Ezelle Thurs- The Everglades Cattlemen's asso- MOth PATTEN V HOTEL OtSOfOt.
here in business for several months. ogawooa,tar .<._..64
day night for a tacky party. Prizes ciation met Saturday afternoon at .t. "" X"'" ': I

Mr. and Mrs. George, W. Sparks for the best costumes went "to Miss the court house in LaBelle. Dr.- \.. L. i
I I
left Saturday for a vacation. They Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. Joe Alma Anglin and Carl ,Anderson.The Shealey of the State Experiment

Schroeder and Mrs. Z. H. Shelley I in and Station and Extension Division ad-
will visit in Jacksonville and Mi evening was spent games,
will leave tomorrow morning for a served dressed the in intelligent
ami. delicious refreshments were / meeting a very -
visit in St. Louis and Kansas City. I
to Misses Bernice O'Neal, Alma and instructive talk ,on the

W Miss Doris Lewis of Damascus, They will accompany little Joe Anglin, Violet and Dorothy Bethea, production of beef cattle, feeding, 14t1r _. _

; Georgia, arrived Wednesday for a Schroeder to Stuart, where he will Neily Geiger, Clarice and Elsie Lam- breeding and marketing. / FLORIDAJiot

visit with her aunt, Mrs., W. W. visit_ his grandmother during their mons, Florence Slonaker, Mary Warren Statistics have: ,proven, Dr. Shealel -

Perry.Dr. absence. On their return trip, Mrs. Renee Wethlngton, Gladys and stated, that the planting of' 'improved 4T

Z. H. Shelley will remain at her Ethel Willis, Mae Lily Stone, Gaudy pasture grasses, removing

and Mrs. J. 'W. Ezelle and home in Cuthbert, Georgia.B. Waters, Naomi Atkins, Anna Bell I and destroying palmetto and sea WW

daughter, Emma Jane, left Thurs- who Chapman, Dorothy Ryan, Mr. and myrtle will]] increase the grazing for m

day morning for a ten days' visit P. Luce recently arrivedto Mrs. Charles Christian, Mary Nell I cattle up to 20Q pounds per acre, T

with relatives in Graceville. accept the position of assistant Christian and Doris Simmons. I and improved pastures of this kind I ,,

superintendent of the sugar house, Harold Adams: Courtland Ahrent, are now being sponsored by the De-
I
Stanley McCorkle Wednesday was joined the latter part of the Carl Anderson, Jerry Cato, Mack partment of Agriculture. These pas-
lim
- for his home in New Smyrna, where week by Mrs. Luce, who came from Fullwood, Jack Keene, Joseph Lee, tures will graze and care for one g;] QJ;

he was called by the death of his Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts.Mr. Boe Lolly-, Munselle Stone John cow per acre whereas Jt requires

father. Luce has recently been located Tuck, Tom Waldron, jr., William 5 acres per cow on unimproved pas-

I in Cuba, and their daughters are attending Warren, James and Tommy Akins, ture lands. This has been proven on Qj] &1

, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Jones and school in Martha's Vine-I Louis Wethington, Carlisle Reddish, lands much poorer than the landsin r

daughter, Clare, and Mrs. Pupuisleft yard. Mr. and Mrs. Luce are occu- Jimmy and John Hollard, and Luther this section.Dr. ( J Iirl

Thursday for a week's stay at pying the first floor of the Kettl Lowe. Shealey encouraged the plan

Miami Beach.J. duplex. |lof letting native grasses grow and

:MRS.: ROY ALSTON HOSTESSAT pioduce. The Department of Agri-
.
H. Peeples of Citrus Center, :MRS.: SCHARNEIERG HONORS BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAYMrs. I culture is now making a studyof native .. 1'i:;;

.
.
representative of Glades county, HER VISITORS WITH PARTY grasses that cows seem to like .-.

was here Saturday transacting busi- Roy Alston entertained and thrive on, with a view to adopt- ,:' ,-<
ness. Mrs. H. J. B., Scharnberg entertained members of her bridge club Wed- ing a better plan for pasture im- ,,;}top at th" 0( ,

with a delightful party Fri- nesday evening at her: home. Mrs.G. provement. By clearing lands and removing -

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Hays spenta day afternoon complimenting her B. Thomas received a lovely end palmettos and sea myrtle potefela #

few days recently in Fort Meade visitors Mrs. J. M. Coral of Cuba table for high score prize Mrs. C. R. the native grasses will have a better .
\ .\ .". t- .. ,
visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Anderson. and Miss. Anita Grafing of Staten Cruze a potted lily for consolation: chance to produce superior, pastures. ; ......,...*., ,.;c't.". ., ....-:: '

Island. New' York. and Mrs. Harry Turner a set. or 'Feeding is one of the most Important 312 s. E. SECONI.fME: ? J.e!. ;:

Several players enjoyed bingo I glasses and ice tub for cut prize. phases in the production of bet- X. s \.

\ Mrs. B. C. Flaniken and children, and there were three tables of con- Playing were' Mrs. Alston, Mrs. (Continued on Page 8) ','
All Outside Rooms WithPihnte .1t .,
,, i./-1. Bevoly and Betty Carol, and Mrs. tract bridge in play. Lovely guest Cruze, Mis. Campbell E: Nail. Mrs.B. Bath *' : ;'

fiJ' J. W. Moore were visitors in Fort prizes were given Mrs. Coral, Miss J. Schroeder, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, -----

wJ Myers Tuesday. Grafing and Mrs. W. J. Vaughn, Jr., Mrs. Turner, Mrs. Thomas and Mrs.R. J. M. COUSECounselor COOL, CLEAN, QUIET

of LaBelle, who was also a guest. C. Wilson. ,
Miss Frances Morgan returned Playing bingo were Misses Eunice A delicious fruit salad course was and Attorney at Law Overlooking Biscayne; Bay .

Thursday evening from a,two weeks' Meredith, Anita Grafing, Mrs. J. M. served at the conclusion of play.. Hopkins Building .;"' "
Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and ;
vacation, during which she visited
Coral, Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. G. E. Wednesdays and Saturdays

In Rome and Atlanta. Smith, Mrs. M. W. Bigg and Mrs. H. SIRS. EZELLE WINS HIGH PRIZE 0:30 to 4:00 Business Section.

C. Kolstad. At the bridge tables AT AFTERNOON' BRIDGE PARTYMrs.
' Miss Margery Hood will return I RATES
Beach were Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. F. D.
today from West Palm where
Duff, Mrs. E. L.. Stewart, Mrs. M. J. W. Ezelle 'was winner of
: _, she has been confined for several NORGE '
E. VonMach, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, high score prize at the Wednesday REFRIGERATORS $1.50 Single
days with a severe attack of bron-
chitis. i Mrs. W. C. Prewitt Mrs. E. P. Mu- afternoon bridge club, at which Furniture and Home Furnishings "
Double
tiix, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. G. B. Mrs. M. E. Yenawine was hostess PHILCO RADIOS $2.50

f John Lucca accompanied'Miss Rackstraw, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn and this week.. Identical prizes of lin-
Special I-'amiIr"ccld)" &
Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr. gerie were awarded to Mrs. Ezellf. Household
:Anita Grafing to Miami Saturday FurnishingsInc. Monthly Rates
1 Miss Giafing is visiting friends Bridge prizes were won by Mrs. Mrs. I. M. Pafford and Mrs. T. D'I ,

there before returning to her new H. T... Vaughn, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt Shelley.A S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor
and Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw. with
delicious salad course .
l home in New York. '
l Bingo prizes were awarded to cookies and iced tea were served to BELLE GLADE.: FLORIDA: ,

l Mr. and Mrs.T O. L. Carson have' Miss Eunice Meredith and Mrs. ,H. Mrs. Dave Alston, Mrs. Keathlov ,

l made' application for the legal adop- C. Kolstad.; Bowden, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. H.: .
A delicious frozen Mrs. ""=- dessert with R. Hall, Mrs. Leslie Miller
f tion of a four week's old baby boy,
!''. whom they recently brought home cake and coffee was served at"the Ivey Pafford Mrs. T. B. Shelley and Franklin Hardware Co.

refreshment hour. Mrs. G. B. Thomas.CLEWISTON .
-. i with them from Miami. Mail Distributors Fort Mjers, Fla.
r-

R Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hackett left ESTHER BREWER; HOSTESS AT COMMUNITY: This Gentlemen: Please send me, without obli-
} SUNDAY SCHOOL gation Information, about Servel
.. Sunday for a two weeks vacation MEETING CHURCH complete ;
Electrolux, the Kerosene Refrigerator.
; which they are spending in North .
Carolina. They will visit Mr. Hack- The Intermediate Girls Class of Forest C. Taylor, Minister. Coupon

ett's relatives in Brunswick en route. the Community Sunday School met Sunday school every Sunday Name ..........................................................
in its class room at the Church Tues- morning at 9:45. ...

Mr. and Mrs W. D. Raines and day evening for the regular monthly Junior church service 10:45 to
f,' Street or R. F. D. ......................................
their children are spending a vaca- meeting. Esther Brewer was host- 11:00 a. m.Evening I

tion on a visit. In New Orleans another ] ess. worship and sermon at .

points in Louisiana and in During the business session elec- 7:45. I Town .................................. State................

I{ ntucky. tion of officers was held Gloria Mc- Endeavor society meeting every









,

. "W'.... .,....Ala,' .",:: 1 .J i t ; ':"r-.'_ L ', :<,C J(.:. ..



'. ._., .' ., : '.'':; ., :.. .rr "; ,.7 r'1""' : ) :? :' ?:;t(." t JIlp T r"

,






THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1937BEAUTY'S




THE CHEERFUL CHERV5I

.

lilte to stare l"'t\one. r
try

DAUGHTE'RBY up.
T
1 scrimp tusd jo

tnt out my Ivmck

And 3vc for weeks tj d.

KathlMO MmfeWNU \.1G.e.b U'\d weeks

KATHLEEN NORRIS ., ; 0._ : ., ; And 5pQM _

... it jn t- o J ,
bibVnc.k c
grebt:
!

CHAPTER Xni-Continued way. All very well to say that a it was 'obvious from the manner of saw 'it-she's been half crazy any- ftneMI'!

-19- man could escape from his sins both Serena and the village doctor way, lately. I.told Amah to watch

"I don't see how it can be that, scot-free; nobody ever escaped scot- that something .more than ordinary everything I ate, and she did, but
Johnny. I'm always at home but' free from anything in this world illness was afoot. "Is he gone?" today I was asleep when she

I'm not exactly resting." and especially a man as fine as "He can't live," Serena said in a brought me up my lemonade. It

"How is that little scamp?" John- Quentin couldn't escape! Wheneverhis quick whisper that, held a puzzlinghint was there when 1 woke up; I oughtto WNU Service.
Morrison house of stubbornness of defiance in have that
eyes fell on the thought Serena'd beenat
ny Keats asked rightly interpreting -
of her he'd remember and be sorry. Even it. it-"
the sudden softening
voice the sudden shadow in her when Serena had lingeringly. cloy- "Why, but he was well yesterday, Serena, whose face was. ghastly, At EaseIt

eyes to the thought that was never ingly gone away, as of course she better than he's been for weeks! looked from one to the other.uThat's is good to talk with our
would some day, he wouldn't be At least-" Vicky hesitated, look- friends knowing that
,
far from Martin's mother. not true! she whispered they will not
to remember that sickeninglittle ing at'the doctor as one deferring
"He's adorable. Quent's put a proud I sharply in the silence. And abruptly report us; and to play with the
interval of kisses and ,whisper- naturally to his opinion. "I don't
nurse in for a few weeks" Vicky she left the room. Spencer strug- children, knowing that no one is
ings and presents and stolen hours know anything about it, she said,
looking at Van
said gallantly. "We have our beloved gled to speak. us.- Dyke.
And some day, when Susan was a "but he came to the fence to speakto
Brownie back-Miss Brown- Quite suddenly out of the night-
and he seemed-
beautiful eighteen, fresh and sweet me
ing know who's taken care of mare. Vicky was awakened
you by a
"Exactly! the,doctor said
and fine, some innocent question of sharp GOOD RELIEF
with all the children. She'skeeping
me step she knew sounding on the
hers about their old neighbors, ly. "He was better; I saw him Sun "
an eye on Mart just tem- I called stairs, a voice out in the hallway. of constipation by
about Gita or 3ita s father or day. was today three a
porarily. Gita's mother.-'"You remember the hours after he first began to com- "Quentin's here!" she said. Dr. I GOOD LAXATIVEMany

"Good ideal" Johnny said, as Morrisons, Dad; wasn't she terri- plain of violent pain, and I find the Cudworth turned quickly. ..
Quentin came up to claim his wife. bly beautiful?"-would strike him man dying!" "You stay right. here. Amah," he folks get such refreshing

He beamed approval on them both. in his soul, and make him wince, He looked at Serena, and Serena said. "You watch master!"'He and. relief constipation by taking that Black-Draught they prefer It for to

", "I've been telling" Vic she's getting and then the whole thing would returned the look with one that, Vicky went out into the hall and other laxatives and urge their friends

; awfully pretty he said. seem to him ,like what Vicky had more definitely than her voice had when she saw Quentin, pale and to try it. Black-Draught is made of

y, "Vic" Quentin said, looking at called it: a fever that had caught done, expressed defiance. shocked, but strong and big and the leaves and roots of plants. It
; her unsmilingly. He put his hand mind and soul instead of body.So adequate and infinitely comforting, does not disturb digestion but stimu-

;.' under her arm-"how about beat- his silence at dinner did not. Vicky experienced one of the good lates the lower bowel so that con-
:' ing it? I think duty CHAPTER XIV stipation Is relieved.
we've done our alarm her. moments of life; fear turned to con-
. !!" fidence, peril to safety, and the
After dinner, when Gwen had car- "I'll not sign death certifi- BLACKDRAUGHTpurely
r', "She's got him back and pretty ried her school books upstairs, and, cate, mark words any !" Cudworthsaid horrors of the black night seemed

smart work, too" Johnny Keats Magda had gone off with old Judge in a menacing my undertone. Victoria less black. vegetable laxative
;
said to 'hc: wife.uI wonder what- and Mrs. Trimmer to a movie, there shocked beyond the "What's the matter with him?"
power to
ever got into the poor old idiot? the usual The
was interruption. Quentin asked. Serena began a
grasp what all this meant, glanced SMALL SIZE60e LARGE SIZE
" "Got him back?" echoed Violet's bewilderedly at the sickroom door. frantic explanation; the other doc- Efls $1.20

: incisive British accents. "She nev- "He'll hear us!" she breathed. tor brushed her aside.

>'. er lost him. He just had one of "He is-he isn't dead, is he?" "He's taken poison," he said

.1 those fatuous brainstorms that big "You don't have to sign any- bluntly.

,S" men get. They, concentrate and thing," Serena said sharply, in a "Suicide?" Quentin whispered, #J.o"
work,and worry and run themselves voice clear but hardly as strong as with a glance toward Spencer'sdoor. Brings Blessed Relief

down, and some flowery by-path a whisper. "I never asked you to from aches and RHEUMATISMNEURITIS
tempts them, and they stroll intoit sign anything! Dr. Hardisty'11 sign "
"Nothing of, the kind, Cudworth
But
I shall
personally never "
it. He knows all about the case!
answered sharply. "The man no NEURITIS and LUMBAGO
forgive Quentin Hardisty, never
"Spencer Morrison says he's been I more wanted to die than you do! He Try a bottl Why Suffer?
like him
;;, really again. poisoned!" Cudworth said shortly i told me that he'd planned-he told -AT-ALL;: GOOD IU DRUG STORED
I:, "Come now, Vi, you know you could '
to Vicky. Vicky only. stare :
that he'd been much betterItell
: love him for what he did for Kate!" him in me
, at horror.uCome in! the : "
can't it
I Doctor
you, sign ,
"Ah, well, loving him, Johnny, doctor directed her, leading the he interrupted himself to say agi- WOMEN WHO HOLD

feeling grateful to him, that's quitea way. She followed him into the : tatedly. "You may if you like! But
different But I'll ad- sickroom.A .
story never THEIR MEN
there have been things going on ,
:, mire him again." subdued light was burning !
here that are against the laws of
there; Vicky had never been inSpencer's God and man, sir! ,I'll not do it, I. NEVER LET THEM KNOW ,tJl'
Vicky and before but
Quentin' in the late room at night 'my professional' honor forbids iU"!
afternoon drove the 20 miles to- once or twice, when he had been matter how much your
Quentin, evidently trying to grasp NO
ward home. There was'a sweet unusually lame and had stayed in.. the situation looked from face to aches and your nerves'
spring quality in the air of the bed, she had come over in the daytime i scream your husband because he
face. Is only a man, can never under-
April afternoon; a fragrance soft- for a chat or for a game of I stand why you are so hard to live
"Who suggested poison? he
: ness, a color; husband, andy e cribbage. Tonight everything was with one week in every month.
moved through it as through a as usual: books and photographs asked sharply. Too often the honeymoon express -

dream. The day had almost disappeared 'chairs and rugs and lamps, but she i "No one!" Serena said, on a pas- tongue is eta wrecked three-quarter by the wife.nagging The

behind the western hills; sensed this rather than saw it, for sionate breath. wise woman never lets her husband
long lances of mellow sunshine her' anxious eyes were instantly ""Doctor the man himself told know by outward sign that she isa

streamed across the new grass and fixed upon the man who lay panting, me," the village doctor said his victim For three of generations periodic pain.one woman

occasionally caught a blossoming propped in pillows, in the wide, forehead shining with sweat.eel has told another how to go "smil-
plum tree, a pink or white haw- comfortable bed. The worn, deep saw him Sunday in good health. He ing through" with Lydia E. Pink-
thorn in a globe of light. A thou- lines of the disillusioned face were was talking then of going back to ham's Vegetable Compound. It
sand little homes, behind their Tired, Vicky?" accentuated now by his violent ill- .England. He didn't say when; he thus helps lessening Nature the tone discomforts up the system from

hedges, set in their flower-packed clock had just struck ten; Vicky ness. He smiled a ghastly smileas tells me tonight that it. was to be the functional disorders which .

gardens, looked inviting, looked had been conscious of pleasant she came in, and stretched his at once, and that he was leavinghis women ordeals must of life endure 1. Turning in the threo from

l happy; late children dawdled in the conviction that they 'were not goingto ,lean hand toward her. wife. 1 tipped off the Chinese girlhood to womanhood. 2. Pre-

shade of oaks, deceived by the lin- : be disturbed this evening, when "That dope seems to have quieted woman-1 told her to watch him, I paring for motherhood. 3. Ap-
gering daylight into forgetfulness of the; telephone From Quen- things down, Doctor" he said in a knew something was wrong! He told proaching "middle ago."
rang.
time. The violets on Vicky's shoul- tin's manner as he answered it she hoarse whisper. To the amah who me that she the amah, often take Don't LYDIA be a threo-quarter E. PINKHAM'S wife,

. der were wilted; every now and knew that the fireside hour was was now moving about the room Dr. brought him up lemonade in the VEGETABLE COMPOUND
'r then she caught their exquisite dying doomed. Cudworth turned and said sharply: afternoon and that this afternoon it Go "Smiling Through."

', breath mingled with all the "While I was out of the room nobody ,was there when he awakened."
other sweet and significant odors: "I've got the whole apparatus" came in? Nobody touched any- (TO BE CONTINUED)
grass and turned earth, lilac and here; you've got one? Good, Quen- thing on that table?" When you have decided" to get rid of worms.
"Dead Shot. Dr. Peery's Vermifuge.One .
tin said.uI'll be right over. You use
new leaves, the pungent spicinessof The woman shook her head; she dose will expel them. All druggists.
the pepper trees, the piny scentof might get him upstairs. looked half sick with fright and be- Franz Schubert, Composer, 6Oc.D .

the blades of the tasseled euca- There was the usual little flurry. wilderment. Started Career When Ten Peer fsVermifuge
lyptus. Brownie'came down to say that "That's all right then" said the

"Tired, Vicky?". Quentin said, as Marty was sleeping nicely and his doctor. "Bime-by nurse come. You Franz Schubert, Austrian com- Ir
they turned up their own lane. pulse was much better. Quentin stay here, watchee all time." poser, was born January 31, 1797, ,
I "Only rushed into the night, leaving the "I, not go" the amah said. at Lichtenthal, a village just northof '
worth while comfortably I think. tired. It was two: women in consultation by the, "I was pretty near done fordidhe Vienna. From early childhood he Wrights Pill Co.100 Gold Street N. T.City 11
Only, when I
had a phenomenal intuition for
get this home tell you? Spencer whispered
near Vicky said fire.The
"I always telephone rang sharply again. holding to Vicky's hand. He ignored playing instruments and for compo-
begin to want to
the children; it's the only time see I For a moment, in the general con- Serena, looking away from sition, but his father, who was the Sentinels
fusion her with frown. parish schoolmaster, did not have
worry! Just before we see them- of her thoughts, Vicky could a
ah, God bless them, there they not seem to make out clearly just "You had a bad upset," Vicky the means to give him a musical
are!" who it was. said, looking down at him, trustingher training. He did, however, guide
face did not betray her appalled his son's talent, and with the aid of Don't Neglect Them I
There they were, at the gate, "Oh, yes, Dr. Cudworth, she the local choirmaster, Franz was Nature designed the kidneys to do *
ready to leap upon the car and be said, her face brightening. "And thoughts. composing songs and violin solosat marvelous job.Their task is to keep the
you're at the-at the-oh at "I'll through this, won't I, flowing blood stream free of an excess of
carried the hundred. yards up to the yes, get the age of ten years. Also at toxic impurities. The act of living-Kft
porch. the Morrisons'? Who is dying? Oh, Doctor?" the sick man whispered."I this age he was made first sopranoin it.df-is constantly producing waste

"Oh, it's so good to get home it's no, is he really? Oh, I am sorry! would be wrong to deceive you, the choir of Lichtenthal. Laterhe matter blood the if kidneys good health must is remove to endure.fromthe
; He was quite well yesterday! Oh.that's Mr. Morrison," the old doctor said admitted to the Imperial When the kidneys fail to function u
so wonderful to shut it all away, was Nature intended, there is retention of
Victoria was murmuring to herselfas too bad. solemnly. "You're already sink- Konvikt, a school in Vienna, wherehe waste that may cause body-wide dis

somewhat hampered by the She hung up the telephone; staredat ing, sir. The absence of pain and received a further education in persistent tress. One headache may suffer,attacks nagging of backache dizziness

scrambling children, she descendedand the expectant Brownie. the pulse both show it. It's no music.In petting up nights swelling, puffiness
under the eyes-fet! tired,nervous, all
else to
time for to anything
smiled at the nurse who came "It's Dr. Cudworth; he's rather me say 1818 Schubert spent some worn out.Frequent.

down to meet them. "Marty all excitable," she said, her, own face you. If"there are affairs for you to months at Zelesz, Hungary, as mu- may be further, scanty evidence or burning of kidney passages or
right?" she asked. Miss Browning rather pale. "He says that Spencer settle sic master in Count Estrehazy's bladder disturbance.The .

nodded reassuringly. Morrison's dying; he's been "Vicky, can't you get hold of family. After his return to Viennain b a diuretic recognized medicine and to proper help the treatment kidney

"Sound asleep." But when< Vic, ; there since seven, and he wants to Quentin!" Spencer gasped. 1819 his song, "Schafers Klage- ret rid of excess poisonous body waste
Use Doan't Pillt. They have had more
trailing sons and daughters like see me. "He's coming, Spencer. He was lied," was performed in public. In than forty years of public approval.An
clouds of glory, had fought her pain- "1 wonder if ae'd like to have at the hospital, but I left word. 1825 he and his friend, Vogl, madea endorsed. the country over. Insist onDoan't.
Sold at all drug store
ful way upstairs, Harriet Browning Doctor come?" What did you take?" Vicky demanded tour in which his songs were givento

turned her good, middle-aged face "If he comes in, I wish you'd in a sort of wail. the public, Vogl singing them to L1i1J1U1rvNU7

to Quentin. "I wish.you'd have. a send him straight over. Cudworth "I didn't take anything! She gaveit Schubert's accompaniment. 'iV'

look at Marty, Doctor. I rather I asked for him, and when I said to me. I want you both," Spencer Schubert next directed his atten- '

think-anyway, 1 wish you'd just Quent was over* at the hospital, he said panting, "to remember tion to dramatic music, and in 1827
take 'a look. He's sleeping beauti- said, 'My God this may be life what I say! She tried-a week ago his prospects had decidedly bright- 37-37

fully, he may sleep like that all and death!l' she tried to double my sleeping I ened. He worked ceaselessly, his

through the night. But he had a "Button your coat up around your stuff; she brought it to me. I've compositions surpassing his former checksMALARIA

sort of restless time, about three, face, Mrs. Hardisty." They were not been taking it lately; I've been I achievements and bringing many

and he coughed quite hard." at the doorway now; the chilly sleeping better. She told me I'd demands from foreign publishers.But 66G in three days

Victoria saw the shadow on Quen- spring night rushed at them like a better make sure. She knew I was poverty and hard work had so COLDSLIQUID
tin's face when he came to dress a living thing. Vicky went off alone going back to England; she didn't weakened him physically that he

Jew minutes later. He was tired, into the,dark. want to go, and I told her she'd became ill with typhoid fever .TABLETS first day
poor old fellow; he had been serious "What's happened?" she asked, take care of herself if she didn't which caused his death. He died in SALVE NOSE DROPS Headache 30 minutes.

and quiet ever since his return any- when she arrived at the house. For come! That drove her crazy. I Vienna 'on November 19, 1828. Try"Rab-My-TlBin"-World's Best LIDIn1entF





i

.r.dL i1il 1 IYebL: ", ;J ;i\iM e 'h',: :J., ..... sa I.:,>.i -'" :' .':'_':_'



'')' ,,, : .. .. ::" ... .' -, '.,,,.- .\ ':'" --,-. "" ,.. ... ;'; '<:' "
I
: : ,7--0i; ; 'J'of" .:'1' :- r ; .



\





THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1937 I
_
!


Life Begins When- Lots In a Name

: THE baby successfully completes -' Since states the war have many countriesand
changed their
OUR COMIC SECTION a nonstop toddle from.
names. Russia prefers to be
one side of the room to the
other. known as the Soviet Union, or ,the
U. S. S. R.-Union of Soviet Socialist
The cute girl at the soda
Republics. Soviet is a Russian .
fountain slyly slips an extra
. dipper of ice cream in your word meaning council.
: malt! She must like you! Persia prefers to be called Iran.
D I SNOOPIE I D The company informs you Mesopotamia has changed to Iraq,
that the part of the breakfastyou and Ireland has for years been encouraging
prepared (the ham) is a movement that will
"simply delicious." Boy! the change her name to Eire.
ii Missus just reeks with jealousy! The latest' country to demand a
T L The man next door, whose new designation is Japan. In Japan -
( garden has been voted the neat- she is always called Dai Nip-
est in the block, hasn't a single: pon, meaning Great Japan, and
rrni tomato, and it looks like a now that she is one of the most
bumper crop over your way.- powerful nations, she feels that
Kansas City Star.Something the rest of the world should referto

\ $ vr her by this title.


'
Varied, 768 Miles a Day by Ship

The record for the longest distance -
Rare in Crochet ever traveled by a ship in
iiV 24 hours is not held by either the

Queen Mary or the Normandiebut
by the United States Airplane

_J Carrier Lexington. During a run
between San Francisco and Honolulu "

$.N..+ ln:{ : ,, in 1928, this '33,000-ton ves-
/ yVY sel, whose maximum speed is 33-
34 knots, traveled 768 miles in one
l day.-Collier's Weekly.

t'i S Nr,+JSrS'/ vriPattern /
I I

j I for WOMEN only

I I CARDUI is a special medicine for
. the relief of some of the suffering
which results from a woman's weak-

, '..: \' ened condition. It has been foundto !
: make monthly periods less dis
agreeable,and,when its use has been !
kept up awhile, ,has helped many !I
W Z poorly nourished women to get more I
WcL 1402 strength from their food. This medi-
/ fl ?jTir1 cine (pronounced "Card-u-i") has
J An opportunity to combine elegance been used and recommended by
-- without extravaganceandall women for many, many years. Find
\ irOE with your own nimble fingers out whether it will help you by
.. and crochet hook! These lovely giving it a fair'trial. Of course, If
., SAY 10-inch companion of filet not benefited, consult a physician
(CIIP11'l.'''. w. N. 11.) squares
,;:: crochet, done in string, are hand- I r
some used together. Repeat each
/ MICsNT AS WELL alone and you have an entirely MALARIA

,' TheE Cso tN AND CsET different design in a cloth, spreador i
I A HAIR TRIM scarf. You can make smaller

;:;, :/ i /i / /// UNTILNIS squares using finer cotton. Pat- Speedy Relief of Chills
: RAIN STOPS ( ? tern 1402 contains directions and i
and Fever
charts for making the squares
/ /;' shown 'and joining them to makea
E variety of articles; illustrationsof When your teeth are chatteringwith
chills and body burning
them and of all stitches used your
. ; with :fever, you want quick and reliable -
. mA2J photograph of a single square relief!
_,. A / ( I11 .about actual size; material re Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is

quirements.Send the medicine you want to take for
15 cents in stamps or coins Malaria. This is no new-fangled or
T (coins preferred) for this patternto untried preparation, but a treatmentof
The Sewing Circle Needlecraft proven merit.
H !/ )) Dept., 82 Eighth Ave., New York, Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic con-, '
2 N. Y. tains tasteless quinidine and iron.
It quickly stops the chills and fever
-
E SI : and also tends to build you up.
t i" Undeserved Compliments This is the, double effect you want.
: : which think The very next time you feel chills
Compliments we
'.. R and fever coming on, get a bottle'of
i::' ii; ( ( 7 WHAT/ AND I are deserved, we accept only as Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. Start
....;. > -AMD VJHH THE" TrIAT WILL CAME Ihl 1 NEREE debts, with indifference; but those taking it immediately and it will
..; ,. .' H SUDZEE.SHAMPOO 6E 4.85 which conscience informs us we soon fix you up.
'J GOES THE ToMlKToM SIR- So I WouL-Dty1f do not merit, we receive with the All drug stores sell Grove's Taste-
'
? ::/ RUB--VERY' BENEFICIAL I GET SOAKED same gratitude that we do favors less Chill Tonic, :50c and $1. The

.. .. .', E kLT given away.-Goldsmith. latter is the more econorhical size.

.. :t': '
,. A
"' .
:

."> D Good-bye, darling,

i .. flliove you as long \
,. 5 IA -- Quart_ Quaker of State

., By lasts!"


OsborneOF 1 L- \1i8t "

morecould
(-WNU
a girl
as '"


:1 HAALLT/ /
-?

v FI HALT/; ,

I 01 5z! /

...
nsr} w. Mtn NidG 4C? >Y Wit? ..
'r V. n
}!}t:5'P'ir
N J Are ? l :}::; .;.;+:ri tiv i't: ';<%, nt v S,v.v..., .,..,.dwI ;h. ..: .


N rO

1 E 4 / I i GO FAIl.THE : j


0 r BEFORE YOU NEED A QUART.

Y


I } !M ? +w' rwv rr r' Yhyr a+ 3Sk y ,,ri,: }fa

THE wxx;.'wo ia'w : : iw.swsz.,rrFraswaay. :\b .\.tJ., v i

.
DID A (PUFF.'PUFF./! !ES/ME CAME WAL-LIND ME A S '
F MM WIT'A (PUFF/) J IN, HERE-GRABBED UMBRILLA AN' OI'LL How long should a quart of oil last? ..;.J

CHECKERED J A RAIN COAT t KAPH ON FOLLERIt-.1 No one can answer that question
CAP-(PUFF/) rr AND WENT OUTBACK 4 e
o ENE HIM,/ / specifically because driving habits
\ dill differ. But there is one thing certain

fJ \w YAJ way .you will go farther with Quaker A

., State because it gives you "an extra

RC o I 1,1 / /4s'I quart of lubrication in every gallon.

!j ; U+ You Quaker can easily State by prove making the the economyof "First

E I j Quart" Test. And remember .the
oil that stands up longest is giving -

By Ted i I!//1 it iti I m yourmotor. Quaker State the Oil safest Refining lubrication -
I P
O'Loughlin I Corporation,Oil City,Pa.
1.ww IID
((&-WNU ..I I Retail price 35 a quartr"



,

*
,
- !. .I _,.. ,', ., :,. ., .. , .
: .L r<;''';'; '/ ''' '''"' ,,;- :. ; r::"" ': a ;i iS -A d; .;;,. ..r.. ... >;. ;..; .,:: .,: ''''::'.i ''; ''''''''':''T'':'' '" '- '



f.: :; ', :1 "" : :" '\8 T: ::":.",, '. ''.









PAGE EIGHT THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1037

-
"=-

-- -- -- since 1929, when farm incomes to-I i I Cattlemen's Ass'n- I band pointed out that 8 of the 11 Three blasts on horn, whistle, or
I
,
talled $10,479,000,000. I teachers have Bachelor's degrees, similar device is the signal for

WASHINGTON and the other three hare L. I. degrees lockage. Boats belonging ito the

WILDLIFE CONSERVATION.- (Continued From Page Five) I' showing completion of a two United States' or carrying mall are ,

VWS President Roosevelt has signed the ter cattle. year teachers training course at given first preference In lockage.i'

bill recently passed by congress pro- The United States Department of college. He stated that the faculty Passenger boats have the preference

.. viding for a cooperative program be- Agriculture is giving special attention would go into the year's work with over tows and loaded over unloaded

e tween the federal government and at this time to better breeding.. their chief aim to educate the child- freight boats. The locktender is to

the states for conservation and pro- In twenty counties in Florida from ren by arousing in them the desireto have absolute authority over the

pagation of wildlife. This bill will be Jackson to Lee, there are two De- learn rather than by forcing them locking "or all boats or other floating -

of material assistance to Florida in vons, two red bulls, one Shorthorn, I to learn. Last year the Clewiston craft.

its conservation efforts, and pro- one Angus and five Hereford b.ulls. school received for the elementary The bulletin also shows where

vides a substantial sum for use by Cattlemen are advised to continue grades the rating wharfage may be obtained, where

FROM CONGRESSMAN the state providing a percentage is I I with native cattle and cross with ard and for the Ofsupcrior'stand-'I repair ships are located, where mail

raised by the state Itself for this I I pure bred bulls. It is found on. the ing of standard. These are the high and telegraphic communications may

HARDIN PETERSONWPA purpose. The new program deals I average score card that the native est ratings in each group which are be made, where exposed waters maybe

a more with restocking and propagation -! cow will score about 50 %, but with I given by the state. He expressed the expected, where shoals are located -,

rather than the older theory of the first cross at the end of a three I hope and desire that the school I and almost every other item

MUST REINSTATE WORK, pure conservation, with federal gov- year period you can bring the point should continue to hold this rating I which mightbe of value to the boatman -

ERS-Under the provisions of the ernment taking the attitude that up to 72% or 74%, again of about II and should even surpass the pro- expecting to use the waterway

new relief act, a WPA worker who conservation alone cannot take care 24 or 25%. gress mads last year. I during the coming winter.

leaves his job to accept work in private of the situation. The new law was It is a known fact that packers I Pupils returned to their rooms

industry, and later is released : wildlife and i I for the better developed -
I sponsored by groups pay much more -,I after a benediction, pronounced by I SURVEY INLAND WATERWAYS

from this work, the WPA must reinstate was worked out following lengthy cattle on good pastures than i Dr. _Taylor. After a short period in, ROUTES TO BEGIN

him, providing his release Investigation by a special committee I for poorer quality beef produced in I which instructions were given to SOON

from the private work was due to no appointed by the president quite the same length of time, and better the pupils, school was dismissedfor I Venice '
Sept. 16. .
FNS
( ). Actual
-
and he is still In
fault of his own
some time ago. The money made I profits will more than pay expensesof the day.

need of relief. The law provides thata available will be taken from the fed better breeding and good pas- In the afternoon the teachers returned -I'operations in the survey of the inland -
waterway route 1
WPA worker who is offered a private eral taxation on firearms, shells and tures. When this section produces for are expected to
faculty at
a meeting
begin here this
place at no less wages, must accept and week with the arrival -
cartridges. It is expected this sum good pastures, better breeding which arrangements were made for of Alfred T. Lund

it or be dropped from the relief will amount to approximately $3.- an established market it will be far[distribution of text books. All pupils government engineer. supervising;

work.SLUM 000,000 anually. in advance of present conditions for
[ received their books on the second Several staff engineers have arriv-

,-' I his part of the state. day of school, and very little trouble ed f/
I already and equipment is being .i)
PROGRAM FARM RELIEF Dr. W. G. Kirk of the state experi- :
CLEARANCE PLAN.-senator'l I has resulted from a shortage of brought in for the preliminary surrey .

The government is about to under- McAdoo of ment station and college' of agricul- books, though the enrollment exceeded -, which is to establish a
proposed -
congress with his plan -" ture displayed charts of '
and slum carcasses
take a low-cost housing I expectations., route for a future connectinglink -
ers when congress reconvenes. It involves -i showing the difference in the con-
will involve 1
which
clearance program Enrollment at the present time by,., from Venice Inlet southward to
and closing all American marketsto I firmation or'beef calves, and called
$526,000,000. Loans grades is follows first 32
( as : grade' ; Fort Myers and completion of the
will be provided, under the foreign farmers and creating a I attention to the difference in development -
grants second grade 26; third grade :33; west coast waterway into Tampa.
federal corporation to dispose of domestic I
Interior Department, which will go weight and higher qual- fourth grade 22; fifth grade 18;

only to local housing authorities set surpluses. Domestic crop sur- ity of beef when ready for market. sixth grade 13; seventh grade 24;
pluses would be disposed by the fed- The calf with better confirmationwhen MOORE HAVEN MAY GET
up in the states under plans that eighth grade 20; ninth grade 15; i
eral corporation by dumping it on marketed had a more even distribution NEW EMPLOYMENT OFFJC13
the Inter-
first must be approved by tenth grade 16; eleventh grade 17;

ior secretary for "decent, safe and the world market, with the agricul- of fat, fat being the main twelfth grade 10. Total enrollment Moore Haven Democrat)

sanitary dwellings." The local hous- ture secretary determinging the a- factor in making meats palatable; 246. Wendell C. Heaton head of the .

ing authority will fix the rents, and mount of each crop to be used for I and more tender. The even distribu- Florida Industrial Commission told '

it is hoped these will not exceed $5 domestic consumption, fixing the I! tion of fat between the larger mus-[Interesting Data Given Chairman J. E. Frierson of the boardof
price so "as to assure the farmer al I
per month, per room. Leases will be .'reasonable cles and throughout the, more expensive -I county commissioners and Representative -
those with net incomesnot profit" on his entire cuts of beef makes a much
limited to ,
In Government BulletinOf J. H. Peples, while on a
exceeding five times the pre-! output. The government corporation higher quality of beef and therefore I business trip to Tallahassee l st-

would sell surpluses to foreigners or better In the calf of
scribed rentals, including cost of brings' a price. I week, that he was planning on establishing -

heat, light, water and fuel for cook- American processors and manufac- poorer confirmation the fat was considerable interest to towns an employment office in
turers at prices low enough to en- found to be around the intestines
Where three mostly -
ing. or more depend- ,
Moore
along the cross-state waterway is the I Haven to take care of the
ents are involved, the income must!: able them to compete with foreign not evenly distributed between information contained in the bulle- district around Lake Okeechobee.

not exceed six times the fixed rental.I i i products. I the larger muscles and of tins which are revised and issued I He stated further that this would

Rents are not expected to amortizethe poorer quality.Dr. monthly by the district U. S. Engi- be the pay office for the territoryand
entire cost of the dwellings and Teacher Sues- W. M. Neal of the experiment that
neer office in Jacksonville arid cop-II several men would work
besides lending 90% of constructioncosts station in Belle Glade addressingthe
ies of which may be obtained by out ofthe Moore Haven office.

the government will grant a Continued From Page One) cattlemen, called attention to application to that office. From lastmonth's I Establishment of this office, :Mr.
subsidy for maintenance and the importance of a sufficient sup- '
repair. cooperate during a sit-down strikeof bulletin is gleaned the following Heaton said, was contingent only on
The local managements will handle ply of minerals so that the cows rimyat a'settlement the
of between
pupils in the high school. WhenI data which should not ont'ybe dispute
applications for these low-rent their option have them where they I Governor
the
took charge and asked the teach- valuable to boat owners but of Cone and Departmentof
dwellings. can get the amount necessary for" Labor in regard to the State Adsministrato
reader interest to'everyone..
to around for
gather
ers closely a
their needs.. He suggested that boxes -
for National
the
I conference she was the only one The bulletin also includes the : Employ
be the and
placed on range so
FEDERAL CONTROL OF MO- who refused to join the others. At Intracoastal waterway down the ment Service. Some weeks ago Gov'I
their
constructed to
as protect con-
TORISTS.-Senator Truman of ,Missouri another time she wanted me to tro tents from the weather. These are I East Coast of Florida and shows ernor Cone appointed the a successor to <<<
John Emerson administratorand
introduced a bill at the recent with her brother and check the and that this waterway has a controll- ,
inexpensive to make, supply, yet the Department of Labor refus-
session of congress which would principal out." they furnish the minerals I ing depth.. or six and seven feet
proper
ed to let Mr. Emerson as he had
go
give the federal government control Mr. Magaha cited a supreme court needed for the cattle and saves them throughout its length from Fernan- been to the

over interstate motor vehicle, traffic. ruling to back his contention that from having to cover several acres dina 'to Florida Bay and from thereto appointed position on a
merit the choiceof
The bill received a favorable com- the school board must appoint in grazing to obtain the needed min- Key West there is a channel, "ap employees.system of The governing fight has raged

mittee report, but failed to be calledup teachers recommended by trustees erals. These boxes should be made proximately five feet deep which is
that
since with the result
ever manyof
before adjournment. It focuses unless disqualification can be shown. with three compartments, one for not included as a portion of the
the offices in the state, includingthe
attention on a critical problem in Miss Hampton was twice recom- waterway. At the present time the :
plain salt, one for salt sick lick and Clewiston have
traffic control, the barring from mended by :the three trustees in her one for bone meal. only work: being done in the Intra-I been one closed.formerly ,

roads of incompetent and too youthful district and twice rejected. Dr. Neal also called attention to coastal Waterway is the removal ofa

drivers, which annually is responsible Once Thrashed Pupil i the shortage of phosphorus and cal- shoal at Fort Pierce by the U. S: SURVEY WORK TO START

for many fatal accidents.The The three trustees, Mr. Hall, M. Derrick Beat No. 1 which is. scheduled -
cium, both of which are necessary; / ON ROAD 29 TO LAKEI'OliTMoore :
bill frankly is regarded in many F. Youmans and Norman Warriner for good bone development. He gave I for completion the middle, of

quarters as a warning that unless said they considered Miss Hampton the following formula to assist in this month. The distance is given as I ( Haven Democrat)

the states take some action of their qualified to teach. Mrs. Vera I the prevention of anaemia: 100 'I 527 miles ,from Fefnandina to Key I Representative J. H. Peeples, in

own, the federal government intendsto Helms, sister to Miss Hampton and I[ pounds of salt, 25 pounds of red ox- West by the coastal route. I I II an interview with Division Engineer I

step in and do something aboutit. also a teacher in the LaBelle primary ide iron and 1 pound of blue stone. I The velocity of the St. Lucie River -! E. W. Carroll in Lakeland Tuesday

Less than half the states have grades who was reappointed, of
assured that
I I and canal is from two to I was a survey crew
"standard" license laws, that Is said her sister had always cooperated would
the
three miles an hour while that of State Road Department
those requiring actual driving, phy-'' with others of the faculty. An- Enrollment Sets- I the Caloosahatchee is normally two be here Monday morning to complete -

sical fitness and intelligence tests',:! other primary teacher, Mrs. Eunice miles per hour during flood periods. II the survey work on Road 29:

before a license is granted. Twentyone Cartee, was not so sure and recalled Distance from Stuart to Lake Okee- from Wise's Corner to Lakeport pre-
I'
states have license that one of her 'pupils had been (Continued From Page One)
:
require- : to specifica-
drawing
chobee is 38.7 miles and the distance paratory up
men .s considered below thrashed by Miss Hampton in vio- organization for their assistance.
standard. from the mouth of the St. Lucie to tions and advertising this section of
,Seven states lation of school rules. Both Father Walsh and Dr Taylor
including Florida, have, Moore Haven, using the across-lake the road for bids.

practically no restriction on the op' Seldon Stewart, elderly peda- welcomed the teachers and pupils to course is 35.5 miles and around the ,MiPeeples, ,with J. E. Frierson,
eration of formerly in charge of the the community and to their churches. -
gogue
passenger automobiles by pri- lake rim 50.0 miles. In other wordsa chairman of the board of county
the public. The others Illinois mary department, cecarea Miss Net- .
are boat will save almost fifteen miles commissioners was in Tallahasseelast
Louisiana, Minnesota tie "didn't cooperate, was insubor- A splendid chorus of girls' voices,
Mississippi, I between Port Myacca and Moore week to confer with Chairman

South Dakota and Wyoming. Most dinate and was a confirmed trouble accompanied by Mrs. J. H. Doty gave Haven by taking the charted course Hale of the Road Commission and J
i i a special number, which was well
of these maker.
however do require licenses
State Engineer J. H. Dowling. They
across the lake and entering the rim !rJ
for operators of taxicabs buses "I always led the singing in chapel received by the audience. I -
canal at the Myacca cut rather than were told that a partial survey had
and trucks. ," said Stewart. "Once when Professor Herring then introduced -
we following the levee canal'around the' been made of the road and that, be'j'j
the trustees of this district,. A.
were singing 'Glory Hallelujah' I
-- rim of the lake. The only advant- cause of a rush of work, preparationof
I suggested that the boys whistle the O. Ward, D. B. Allen and Mrs. J;
FLORIDA FARM LOANS.Florida age in taking the latter route is pro- the plans and specifications had
A. McGehee and the Clewiston
,
chorus.
Miss
Hampton promptly re-
farmers on July 31 had outstand- tection from rough water in the been left up to the division officein
member and chairman of the school
minded me that she was in chargeof
Lakeland and that completion of
ing farm loans of various types a- open lake. .
board M. E. VonMach. Mr. Von
the ,
chapel period for that day.
: these plans was the only hold-up to
mounting to
$22,624,259, making After that I didn't help her with Mach talked briefly addressing his The new canal from Moore Havento r the advertising. Tho surfacing' of
Uncle Sam undoubtedly the biggest and Fort Myers is 56.1 miles in length i
the singing and as a result, because: remarks to pupils, parents this road has been included in the
individual creditor by far of the teachers and has a controlling'depth of six
Miss Hampton knows little about and stressed the need for
betterment budget and the money
Florida farmers. Land bank loans music, they sang; 'Billy Boy' duringher cooperation of all three if the best feet. The St. Lucie has 5.0, the levee allotted for construction.On .

and- laud bank commissioner loans, chapel periods for the rest of results are to be realized from the canal (lake rim route) has 5.3
their home Mr. Frierson
which are long-term maturity, comprise the school year. He urged. parents to and the cross-lake route 6.7 feet. way
year
. Peeples'attemptoed to con-
and Mr.
)fI'., the bulk with a total of ap- A Hitler in LaRello I|! assist by bringing their problems I From Fort Myers to the Gulf is 19.2 tact Mr. Carroll in Lakeland but
proximately
$19,000,000. The Intermediate "You were the one who was in-! with their children to the teachersin miles and there is a controlling Tuesday
were unsuccessful so on
f" credit bank
;r' holds $1- terfering, weren't you?" asked Mr. order that they may work together depth of 9.5 feet. morning Mr. Peeples drove back to
; 533,376 in
farmer'credit
< while the to solve them. An interesting item concerningthe
Magaha. "Weren't trying
bea
you to Carroll
k' Lakeland to see him. Mr.
'
: production credit
associations have Hitler?" Professor Herring then introduced Kissimmee River is that this
'(., loaned stated that his crews were consid-
1389871. Emergency crop Mrs. the teachers in turn each stream is navigable at ordinary times
: Jemima Blount, another pri- responding erably behind in their work at this.
loans provided
$1,210,943 in credit mary teacher, recalled that Miss: with a two-minute talk. by small boats drawing not more
take
" : time but that he would a crew
and the I
'' remainder came from the than two and a half feet of water
Coach Morrison
i Hampton had bickered with the who was the last
:Monday
it here -
,':; district bank for I off other work and send
":. cooperatives with I faculty over methods of leaching, to speak, outlined the athletic pro-I from Lake Okeechobee to the city I morning to complete the sur-
$771,031
and regional agricultural schedule for playground supervision gram for the year. He stated that of Kissimmee 137 miles north. From 'vey and cross-sectioning of the road.
credit
corporations with 34583. and other minor matter Mrs. Homer athletic equipment had been ordev- Kissimmee the boats may be port Within ten days after the completionof

Throughout the country, govern- Taylor, school board member ed for every grade in order that all aged for forty-four miles to Mount this he said, the plans and
survey /
ment 399,630,234., credit to farmers totals $3- from Felda, said she had had num- may have supervised recreation. He Dora where they may be placed in specifications would be completed ',_

erous complaints about Miss Hampton expects to organize various teams Lake Dora and may make their way and immediately the project wouldbe

and recalled that once she failed for both boys and girls. Schedules through the Oklawaha and St. Johns advertised for bids for construc-

FARM JNCO IE.Farmers dur-" to give a beginner a text bOOk.- have been so arranged that Mr. Mor Rivers to Jacksonville. tion.
ing 1937 will receive ,
approximately Ft. Myers News-Press. rison will be on hand to assist with Detailed instructions for being

i $9,000,000,000 for their products, elementary recreation at the recess locked through the locks on the waterway -
4: according to. figures I Satan Gets Credit
announced
by I h ,First School for Sightless period of the grades. are given for the benefit fnIl' "
't the Department fo Agriculture. This i "Satan, said Uncle Eben, "gits
The word first school Professor Herrings talk concluded boat owners. No boat
estimate wiht E 1" : for sight- may approach credit for temptin' some men dat
compares $7,865,000-: less was established in Paris:: in the program. He spoke particularly within 150 feet of the canal he jes' let deir own with-
000 go way
for 1936 and Is
the highest 1735. of the strong staff of teachers until signalled by the lock-tender. out interference." '


,\
;

;



/

-.. l
t ,