The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 15, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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KIWAMANS ELECT Royer Pleads Not GuiltyOn LARGE CROWD I Golf Club Announces I CO. BOARD ASSUMES .

PERRY PRESIDENT Slot Machine ChargeCarl ATTENDS MEETINGOF !I Fall Tournament Plans N. LABELLE DEBT ;


FOR COMING YEAR a charge E.of Royer possession plead of not"a guilty certain to OF DISTRICT .- I the The annual following fall tournament announcement' at the of ADOPTS 'RESOLUTION }K

machine device" after
slot the
Clewiston Golf Club was made' this
.... September 30 deadline, at a hearing 'I week by M. E. Morrison:
W. W. Perry was elected presi- before Judge W. T. Maddox Sat- Mrs. C. F. Parvin of Manatee The Clewiston Golf Club cordially The following is a copy of reso-

dent of the Kiwanis, Club at the reg- jirday morning. Royer made 'bond spoke on "What is the P.-T. A." ata invites all golfers: to participatein lution adopted by Glades county

ular meeting held Wednesday evening for $250 to appear at the next termof district meeting held in the Clew- the combined blind bogy and hand commissioners Monday and accepted -

at the Barracks. Mr. Perry will county court to be held some iston auditorium Friday eveningand i c a p tournament. Qualifying 'by Hendry county commissioners

serve during 1938 and will be installed time in January. attended by P.-T. A. delegatesfrom I founds will be played from Satur- representing the transfer ,of the

as president early in Janu- Royer was arrested and the machine -: several neighboring counties. I day, October 16th to Sunday, Oc- section and a half of Glades county
ary. He will be assisted by Ralph confiscated Monday, October Mrs. Parvin's talk was brief but her tober 24th, inclusive. which was recently taken into Hen

M. Bishop as, vice-president, and bya 4. He was later released on his own clear concise thoughts ,on the dutiesof The qualifying rounds will be the ry county:

board of directors of seven mem recognizance to appear for a hear- parents to the P.-T. A. organization blind bogy entry score. RESOLUTION :

bers. The board will be composedof ing Saturday: morning.The and the duties of the organization Appropriate prizes will be presented WHEREAS the Legislature of

H. H. Turner, J. F. Tippey, B. E. machine is one that has been to the community caught the to the blind bogy winners and 1937 passed an act, being Chapter

'\ i it fl... Herring, R. C. Wilson, J. E. BeardS-I i in Royer's possession for about_ ten rapt attention of her hearers. Mrs.. the handicap tournament winner. 18568 (No. 862) extending and en- '
.' I !f ley, J. W. :Ezelle and H. R. years. It is an old-fashioned "Three ,Parvin.. has a dynamic personalityand larging the boundaries of Hendry
One dollar entrance fee will be
secretary-treasurer will( be chosen I Jacks" penny type, operated by made a forceful impression county,' Florida, so as to include
by the directors.Mr. flipping a penny into a slot.,, If tho local P.-T. A. members. charged.For therein the following described ter-

Perry is local agent for the I, penny lands in any one of three Following Mrs. Parvin's talk, Mrs.I further information call Mat- ritory of Glades County, Florida, to

Atlantic Coast Line, Railroad and pockets after making its way amonga Howard Dyal of Sarasota, chairmanof ty Morrison, Clewiston Golf Club. wit:

has lived in Clewiston for the past lot 'of pins, the machine pays off. health committee of the state P.- East one-half of Section 'Thirty-

j three years. He is serving as assistant I T. A. organization, spoke and explained one and all of Section 32, Township

1 k secretary-treasurer this year and I ...the help which the local organization SUGAR PRODUCTION forty-two, Range Twenty-nine east,
has been active in Kiwanis Club EVERGLADES TAX could obtain from the AND WHEREAS, the said ,act has
since moving to Clewiston.Mr. state for health work in the school I heretofore to-wit: on the seventh

Bishop is manager of Royal I and community. INCREASES IN STATERecords day of September, 1937, been rati-

Lumber. company and has been active RELIEF ATTACKED The visiting speakers were intro-!I fied and confirmed by a majorityvote

in various farming projects in duced by Mrs. R. N. Miller, district of the qualified electors at a
the section for several years. During director of district 8.,'Group singing I of the federal department special election held on said date as
A 1937 law designed to give pro
this year he is serving Kiwanisas was led by Mrs. Effie Winkler Hen- show Florida's average yield authorized by said act. And,
in the
perty owners Everglades
a member of the Agriculture and derson, music supervisor of Lee of sugar cane per acre increased WHEREAS, It is provided in said
drainage district $1,400,000 of tax
from 13 to 33.2 short tons between
Attendance and House committees.The .
county. act that the Board of County Commissioners -
relief has been attacked In the. su 1928 and 1936. During the same
board of directors is a groupof preme court. Additional numbers on the pro- of Hendry county, Flor-
period production rose
strong Kiwanians and with th irassistance" I gram were solos by Mrs., Wade Car- ida, acting for and In behalf of said
The court ordered district officials from 13,000 to 565,000 short tons
and the leadership of new: tee, accompanied on the piano by county of Hendry, shall assume its
to show the act is consti-
why and the farm 'value of sugar cane
officers the Club is looking forward I I Mrs. Dennis' Small. Both Mrs. Car-I I pro rata share of the general indebtedness -
tutional. Otherwise they must assess from $57,000 to $2,119,000.
to continued progress in 1938. tee and Mrs., Small are from LaBelle. of the County of'Glades
and levy taxes in the 11-county
j An original musical dialog, descriptive Florida cane covered only 1,000 and also its pro rata share of all
FT. -MYERS JUNIORS DEFEAT original district on 1925 the law basis instead provided of by by the an 'of the P.-T. A. organization acres in 1928. By 1927, the acreage I Special Road and Bridge District indebtedness I

LaBELLE HIGH SCHOOL 26.6 new 1937 rates. '. I was sunk| by F. M. Wright and R. N. had increased to 23,000. of which said described I

,The disputed act was passed in Smith of Clewiston.A The trend of per-ton prices received annexed area formed a part of, and
The Red Raiders of LaBelle High by the farmer has been more Uncertain '4
view of pending negotiations to borrow business meeting of officers of the Clerk of the Circuit !
School went down fighting beforea more than $3,000,000 from the the district was held prior to the By years It' has been: In Court of Glades county as Cleric "

more experienced Fort Myers Junior RFC and refinance'the district's indebtedness meeting. The six: counties comprising -i 1928, $4.40; 1929, $4.30; 1930, of the Board of Commissioners of

squad 26-6 Tuesday afternoon. with a resultant saving. the district are to be divided Into -i $3.95; 1931 $3.85; 1932 $3.43; said county, has figured the total
Although green, the local boys showed 1933 $3.13; 1934, $2.93; 1935,
I The RFC approved the loan, but county units to give each county amount of general and district indebtedness -
,. .' well *Tl all quarters except the : other details of the deal have been I organization better contact with the! $3.23; 1936, $3.75. of which Hendry countyis

; ,, ,I- first when stage fright and slipperyball stalled. Robert J. Pleus of Orlando, I state unit. Out of ,town delegatesand The amount. of raw sugar produced ,to assume its pro rata share of 'I
I ,: 'cost them two touchdowns The who represented A. M. Lawler In I visitors attending this meeting I ed Florida advanced from 1,000 and the total amount, less future
I local boys seemed to better short tons In 1928 to 51,000 in 1936,
I grow /bringing the suit today said his client included Mrs. C. F. Parvin of Mana- maturing interest on bond indebtedness -
i I as the game progressed and scored was not a member of the bond- tee, Mrs. Howard Dyal of Sarasota,i i with_ these figures for intervening to be assumed by Hendry coun-

i i in the third quarter by completing holders' cOltimittee that was seeking I Mrs. Effie Winkler Henderson, Mrs.F. years: 14,000; 27,000; 24,000; 37- ty to be as follows:

two long passes and running Mc-1 I to negotiate the refund. E. Johns and Mrs.: Oscal Hill of 000; 41,000; 28,000 and 42,000. Punta Gorda Special Road and

I Daniel, off tackle, to the two yard I The court's alternative mandamus Fort Myers, Miss Jones of Punta Raw sugar production for each Bridge District No.3, total $44-

line where Captain Hough carriedthe was accompanied by a constitutional -I Gorda, Mrs. R. '''N. Miller, Mr. and ton of cane averaged 154, pounds 938.29, percent to be assumed .009,

ball over. writ by which Lawler seeks to Mrs S. A. Graves, Mr:, and Mrs. Den-tin 1928 and advanced to. a peak of amount to be assumed $404.44;
Fort Myers, who beat Wauchula prevent settlement of delinquent I nis Small, 1Irs.Vade Cartee, of' La-i 181 in 1935. Special Road and Bridge DistrictNo.

56-0 last Friday found a more stub- taxes in the district except upon full Belle, Mrs. Homer Taylor of Felda I Florida produced 3,673,000 gallons 8 (3 Issues), total $81,195.00,
born team in the red and white and payment for cash. This applies to and Mrs. S. C. Stalls and Mrs. I. E. of blackstrap molasses in 1936, percent to be assumed .0145, amountto
outplayed three out of four I I compared to 134,000 gallons in
were assessors and collectors of the counties Scott of Moore Haven. i be assumed $1177.33;
quarters. Old man jinx and inexperience I I and to district officfals. I 1928. County Wide Road Bonds (3 issues)
spelled defeat for the local The district embraces about 4- HOME EC GIRLS SERVE SUPPERTO Florida's 33.2-ton yield per acre I (Continued on Page 8)

boys who fought every inch of the I I 000,000'acres :in Monroe, Collier,' P.-T. A. BOARD AND GUESTS,was ahead-- of- Louisiana's- 21.4. Louisiana -
way.Fort Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Martin; had plantings of 227,000acres ,INTEREST ROUSED IN ,
Myers famous short pass I I I, Okeechobee, Hendry, Glades, St. Visiting officials, delegates and a cane ,production of 4,85i- VOLLEY BALL LEAGUE
plays were stopped and not one was i:Lucie and Highlands counties. visitors from out-of-town, local past 000 short tons, an average farmer _

completed all afternoon. RogerMil- presidents and the present executive return of $3.59 a ton, a total cane Considerable interest has been
ler starred on defense and intercepted I I board value of $17,462,000 at the farm,
HARLEM SCHOOL RECEIVES\ of the Parent-Teachers Asso- displayed in the organization of a
one pass which he carried I BEAUTIFICATION CERTIFICATEThe I ciation were entertained Friday ev-! a raw sugar production of 386,000 volley ball league..Four teams have
'back for thirty yards. J. W. Mc- ening with a buffet supper prepared -I short tons, and a production of 159 been organized in addition to the

Daniel, the Felda Woodsman, star- Harlem school has received I and served by students ,of'the pounds of raw sugar for each ton two school teams. Other groups may
red on several long jaunts ,toward I a beautification certificate which Home Economics department under,''of cane. I enter and should see Mr. Morrison,

the 'LaBelle goal while Renfrot of was awarded by the Rosenwald the direction of Miss Mae Whitten. I coach, who is at the school ground

the, Juniors scored four touchdownsand I Fund, to the colored school in each I II The supper was prepared by the MUTINEERS" PLAY AT DANCE I II Ii after school each afternoon.
played, the best game for the county which made the most pro- i Several have been
visitors. I cooking classes and served by mem-I Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, chairman of nights spent
-LaBelle News.
bers of the first year class. The arrangements for the P.-T. A. Hallowe'en practicing and games will soon be
scheduled. The teams which have
room was attractively decorated with
dance has announced that
B EMMETT SHELLEY BEATS PAR! tificate is signed by officials of the I entered Sandy's Bell Hops, the
marigolds, crotolaria'and other fall committee has secured the "Mu- are
I.' 36 ON GOLF COURSE WITH A 35 Rosenwald Fund, ,the state Superin-I the Gazers, the
flowers. The menu consisted of I tineers" dance orchtstra from Fort Sugar Company Crystal
tendent of Public Instruction and
Nut Twisters the Bare
Engineers ,
salmon loaf with vegetable sauce, Myers to play for the dance. The
Emmett Shelley, well-known local the local contest judges.
Farmers and two school
potato salad, pickled beets, iced tea dance will be held at the Barracks Beach
amateur golfer, shot a 35 on the and cakes. I I teams.
nine-hole Clewiston golf course sev- NINA AVILCOX PUTNAM STORY ,' I year
eral days ago, and set a new course ON FLA. IN OCT. COMMENTATORThe Guests invited to the supper were Ii ---. :1 TEMPORARY INN, QUARTERS
record for amateur players. Emmettwas Mrs. C. F. Parvin of Manatee, Mrs. I IMMUNIZATION CLINIC HERE:I
playing with Dr. W. J. White local ,Chamber of Commercehas I Howard Dyal of Sarasota, and Miss I OCTOBER 25TH FOR CHILDREN I _

when the score was made. received from Nina Wilcox Putnam -(, Jones of Punta Gorda, Mrs. Effie Dr. Leland H. Dame of the state Furnishings for nine bedrooms

Par on the course is 36, and Em- widely prominent woman novelist Henderson, Mrs. Oscar Hill and Mrs.F. I board of health will be In Clewiston I were installed this week in the

met made the course in par, playing I I and magazine writer of Delray E. Johnson of Fort Myers Mr. at the school building at 10 o'clockon wing of the hospital building whichis

( with his brother, Tom Shelley, a few I I Beach, a letter in which she states and Mrs. S. A. Graves, Mr. and Mrs. October 25th, a week from next serving as a temporary ClewistonInn
weeks but tho 35 which he article Dennis Small, Mrs: R. N. Miller, Mrs.
that her
ago an written by on Monday for the purpose of immun- pending the construction of a
made with Dr. White as opponent is I the subject, "Florida Comes Back" I Wade Cartee of LaBelle, Mrs. Homer izing and vaccinating all school and new hotel building. 'Mr. and Mrs. C.

the first time the local course par:I will appear- in the November issueof Taylor of Felda, and Mrs. S. C. :'pre-school age children against dip- L. Downs, who operated the Inn, are
Stalls and Mrs. I. E. Scott of Moore
has been broken by an amateur. the Commentator which
: magazine, theria, smallpox and typhoid. Arrangements in charge of the accomodatlons.
Haven, Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Mrs. H. ,
will go on sale on the news stands have been made by The new furnishings were bought
i R. Hall, Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Mrs.
I INN" SITE BEING CLEARED ,Oct. 20th. I Mary W. Matthews, state nurse for I by the Clewiston Hotels Company
1 W. C. Owen, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt,
The article, she declares, is in the clinic, which will be without with the intention of moving them
t The site of the Clewiston Inn, her "the Florida Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs.B. .
opinion best boost for cost to parents. into the new building when it :s
which littered with debris of E. Herring, Mrs. Joe Robbins,
was that has appeared in many a completed. Each bedroom is equip-
I\ Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. J. E. Baker -
the building after the fire two weeks long year and was inspired by a MRS. NALL HOSTESS TO BRIDGE ped with modern steel furniture,
: ago, is being rapidly cleared by the: :trip which she took during the sum Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. H. C. I CLUB ON WEDNESDAY;: EVENINGMrs. twin beds with box springs and Inner -

.1 Clewiston ,Hotels Company. The\ mer through the eastern and northern Kolstad. spring mattresses. Sleeping ac-

chimney has been demolished and parts of the country, on which Serving the meal were Runelle1 C. E. Nail entertained her comodations are more comfortablethan

': the laborers and a truck have been trip she still found "a lingering sales McGehee, June Hooker, Betty Bail- bridge club Wednesday evening at any ever offered in a Clewiston
busy for a week removing the re-I resIstance" to Florida investments.She ey, Flora Lee Haven, Barbara Smith, her home. Mrs. Roy Alston receiveda hotel. Although realizing that they

mains of the burned building and suggests that news stands I Leah Richaud, Renee Wethington, double deck of cards for high have only a) limited number of rooms

Its furnishings.P.T. I stock an ,extra supply of the maga-! Julia Ann Oglesby, and Margaret score, Mrs. Harry Turner a lovely In their temporary location!, Mr. and
zines and the civic club should be VonMach. tray for cut prize and Mrs. C. R. Mrs. Downs believe that they can
A. BOARD TO MEET purchasing many copies of the mag-I I Cruze a bridge set for consolation.A comfortably accomodate the com-

I azine to send to friends in the east Mrs. Vassie Pinkney and children. delightful salad course with mercial men who have long made
The Executive Board of the Par- and north. Zane and Valencia, have arrived coffee and wafers was" served to Clewiston an over-night stop on

ent-Teachers Association will meet I Her only Interest in writing the from Chipley for an extended stay. Mrs. Alston, Mrs. Turner, Mrs. their; trips through South Florida.

next Tuesday, October 19th, at the story and making those suggestions, with Mrs. Plnkney's brother and I Cruze, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs Joe The new location Is being operated -
,, home of the president, Mrs, M, M, I she adds, is to further the welfareof sister-in-law, Mr, and Mrs, George Schrocdor, Mrs. T. D. Shelley and under tho name of the Clowiston
Prewitt at 3:30 o'clock. Florida. Yon Mrs, R. C. Wilson Inn. The telephone number is 1354r



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Review of Current Events I I

HUGO BLACK CONFESSES;: Sometimes irv the evening- \

: pUT this motto up in your office I ,it. ir\ the dta.rU/

: New Justice Says He Was Kluxer But Resigned : look at it every morning: And the heavens
"Where can I improve my busi- ae. t :

Rail Strike Averted Windsor Coming to America.I A ness' today?" trvd round.yellow moon,

I know a man who adopted this And rv t1i1whisp.e.rj1'g\<3 znd
aha t motto early in life, and it has beena
perpetual inspiration to him. ,
You can see the effects of it upon I feel
Minding Your Business. everything he does. 'He is always The. thou ht5 t'hrl Im

SANTA MONICA, CALIF.-A trying to improve on his best. The going t "think.
is forming in Eng- result is that he has developedmore ..
land for the defense of the of his ability than any other pretty Rc:1'CAftl1<):OT\ 0
former :Edward VIII, now the man I know. There are no fag-
ends or half-finished, slipshod jobs
duke Windsor and ,honorary
about him. Completeness is his 6WNU
citizen of all places in this coun- trade mark. Nothing else seems

ib %1;:; :; :;j;* ; p ily.This society .does not hope to restore day's work or a bad job.-O. S. M. Service.

the throne. That
the duke to

noy would Canterbury the,not archbishopof only, he an-al- Gay Motifs for Tea Towels I II I

ready having thingsto I ,

annoy him, suchas inches
vy' ; requirements;
Americans, but I
suggestions; illustrations of
would seriously upset all stitches used. .

Mr. Stanley To obtain this pattern send 15 ""'.!II".

Baldwin, who upsetsso cents in stamps or coins (coins

Justice Black Delivering: His Notable Address by Radio.rnhvwtdwPkLzftd seems easily strange that the it ITIk! preferred Household) to Arts The Dept.Sewing, 259 Circle W.

British have
never Fourteenth St., New York, N. Y.
thought of calling

him Reversible Stan. Irvin S. Cobb
Besides, the throne
WEEK would be quite crowded if the duke t mtlp ?

e Western Newspaper Union. tried to snuggle in there along with
the present occupants. t
ered an address that was broadcastby f To keep food waste soft
Black Joined Klan; Quit What some of us over here think=

Klux Klan. I radio. and that goes for many Canadians, and moving, many doctors -
"T DID join the Ku
The President entertained at
too-is has crying
that England a recommend Nujol-
I never re
later resigned.
luncheon by Cardinal Mundelein, a
need for a society dedicated to the because o.f its
joined. friend of long standing, and soon broad of mindingits gentle,
general principle
Thus Hugo L. Black, now Asso- lubricating action.
after proceeded on his way to business and suffering the
ciate Justice Black of the Supreme home in Hyde Park, N. Y.
duke and his wife to mind theirs.
court, admitted to an immense ->c- Coy(.srsr.
'We have idea that both of
audience that the charges againsthim a rough
were true. Special Session them can better endure long-dis- Pattern 5891.

Black asserted that since he quit (SN,HIS way from the West Pres- tance snubs than officious meddlingin
their affairs. Just beingan Better than picnic is the fun
what- private a
had nothing
the Klan he has ident Roosevelt made speech
ever to do with it. at Grand Forks, N. D., in which he ex-king is a hard enough job. you'll have embroidering tea tow-
the senate els with these gayer than gay mo-
He cited his record declared his intention of continuinghis
and in private life to back up his fight to "reform" the Supreme Political Afterthoughts. tifs-luscious cross stitched fruits

assertion that he was entirely free court. He also announced attemptsto MASTER ROLLO, aged seven, and homey everyday kitchenware.Do INSIST ON GENUINE NUJOL
the dishes in
from religious or race prejudices.While pass crop control and labor legis- raised, was visiting outline stitch or
he apparently repudiated the lation would be made at a special relatives in the country. On his applique as you choose. The patchis
Guard the
principles of the Klan, he did not session of congress which probably'will first'morning he'came in wearing a a simple one to handle and addsa Laugh
explain why, on receiving a life be called about'November 15. worried cast of countenance. splash of color. In pattern 5891 One can make a bitterer enemy
will find 'a transfer of with a laugh than with a curse.iiJOR@LDNEI.
card after his election to the you pattern
pass "Mother, he said, "I've been out
senate, he said to a gathering of Rail Strike ,Averted under the mulberry trees." six!; motifs averaging 5Vi by 6V&

Klansmen: "Yes."
will not be a nationwide
"I realize that I was elected by THERE of railway workers. Sucha "Mother, do mulberries have hard, A True Sentiment I
who believe in the principlesthat backs and six and crawl aroundon '
men disaster was averted when the legs That is a true sentiment which, .
I have sought to advocate and five operating railroad brotherhoods the ground?" makes us,feel that we do not love

which are the principles of this or- accepted an offer of the companiesof "Why, certainly not." our country less, but more, be-

ganization." a flat raise of 44 cents a day. "Then, Mother," said Rollo in cause we have laid 'up in our ROLLS

Black emphatically declared his They and the fifteen "nonoperating" stricken tones, "I feel" I have madea minds the knowledge, of other Any size roll kO DEVELOPED, ,! !I
devotion to the principles of the unions had demanded a 20 per dreadful mistake. lands and other institutions, and never-Jada Velox Prints for only pvu

Constitution and the Bill of Rights, cent wage increase.For What's the point? Oh nothing, onlyI other races, and have enkindled VALUABLE Mall Your PREMIUMS Films to GIVEN 25 'f'
and said that he was of "that groupof five weeks Dr. William M. got to imagining what the brood- afresh within us the instinct of a

liberal senators who have consist- Leiserson, member of the national ing regrets of some members of common humanity, and of the uni- Jack Rabbit Co.

ently fought for the civil, economicand mediation board, had been holding the administration and a majority of versal beneficence of the Creator. Mailing SPARTANBURG.Envelopes for S.Films C. Furnished COIN)

religious rights of all Ameri- daily conferences with representatives the members of the senate must be -Dean Stanley.

cans, without regard to race or of both sides. when they' recall the alacrity with
creed." Some of his best friends, -i- which they moved to fill a certain

he added, were Catholics and Jews, recent vacancy in a certain very
A. F. of L. May Expel C.I.O.
and members of the colored race. high court-in fact, the highest one I L cr L 'b @)
At the outset of his address Black WHEN President William Green we've got. _, .
the annual conventionof .
undertook to turn the tables on his opened

accusers by asserting that the the American Federation of La- Hirsute Virility.
"campaign" to discredit him "fans bor in Denver, he was not able to
boulevardiers ,believe a
the flames of prejudice and is calculated present an optimistic pARISIAN
effect of whiskersis
to create racial and picture the fu-
religious -
prejudice." The ture battle of unified with labor.John man proof, without that the, in wearer all cases is ,indeeda being t%* cLYla YYy po : sct'.s,

"When this statement is ended, L. Lewis and his C. absolutely convincing about it.
, he concluded, "my discussion of the
" I. O. continues un- We haven't gone that far yet, butI '
question is closed. abated, and there s$ yare would like to know whence comes M 5%+Jr i, Ifv

. There was a definite note of de- "dogfights" this notion of appraising masculine e'1

fiance in Black's address, but it is among the unions'.:.." vigor by the amount of hair along

fair to assume that the American all over the country, the breast-bone? Morbid, I calls it.
; public was not satisfied with his ex-
generally concern- Two 'distinguished authors battle
.r From all of the
: planation. parts
ing jurisdiction disputes when one intimates the other is
(; country came renewed protests
. or shifting of scantily adorned in that'regard' for-
against his presence on the Supreme affiliation.WilliamGreen
getting that, in the immature sum-
:: court bench and various large
. \ If the report of the federation's ex- mer peltage of his kind, an author (
ciations "resoluted" about it.
Many ecutive council is, adopted, the C. I. has but .a scanty growth as com-
of the senators who voted to
\ con- O. unions will be finally ousted. The, pared with the richer winter coat.
(- firm his appointment because they
., council said in part: ask the
. accepted the assertion of his friends I And then prying reporters 'J'I'I
"For two years we have pursued a new glamor prince of the movies
;,: that he was not a Kluxer are re-
; policy of toleration All of this whether he has any fleece at all
sentful at the deception practiced has failed Now the executive ...
his chest, their tone indicatingthey 4\er 6t ,; -
". on them-but what can they do upon ,. 15 >dN f '
council feels that the time has arrived rather expected to find trailing : ; AraFo"T'

., about it now? when the American Federa- arbutus there, or at least some shy ,: v" \OO \ I
President Roosevelt, up to the tion of Labor must meet the issuein

:, time of writing, had maintained si- a clear-cut and positive way anemone. k tuyP we Q says II
: lence. One of his aides explained The issue which created the divisionin and I II

t that the President decided some the ranks of labor. must be made Miss America-1937. 5v% II
:. time ago that there was no course clear. AT LAST some rational excusein \ C 1 rS I

: of action open to him in the Black "In order to accomplish this purpose -. moral values, anyhowhasbeen + ncv I

c case.When the executive council recom- found for a so-called national
of'", Justice Black took his seat, mends that the convention confer beauty contest. I
r. the chamber of the ,Supreme court New Jersey
upon the executive council author- The seventeen-year-old j
k'':. was crowded to capacity. Albert ity and power to revoke the chartersof girl chosen as "Miss America of '\ Ina: : cw'be I

Levitt, an attorney, was on hand to the international unions holding 1937" is not going into vaudeville,
r. ask permission to file a suit seeking membership in the Committee for is not going to make any personal NZY fC)ur 1S"a r I
to force Justice Black to show cause Industrial Organization." appearances, is not coming to Holly- \A I W Says Wa pva

r' why he should not be declared in- --c- wood for a screen test, is not goingto ; ; co'P le I I
,;- eligible to sit. The court deferred accept a radio contract, is not 1 y oN Kno'N YW"Cl h4'a I
action on the request. Another mo- Windsor Coming to U. S. even .going to write her life story y?. ,/IAy1 S + hQ ''J h\A*y I

tion to the same effect was filed by HIS honeymoon being ended, the for publication. She will return to YiSe

Patrick H. Kelly, a Boston lawyer. of Windsor intends to take school and to the normal home life y 9 I f
-*- up the really serious things of life, of a well-raised normal girl-that is, Kcevy tc ;: W eV 1F
: and before long he will come to the unless she changes her mind aboutit 4
President in Chicago (a y
United States for the purpose of all. v Is" "f'I
: CHICHGO put on its best dress to studying housing and working con- If she shouldn't change her mind,

President Roosevelt, ditions in this country. This was she stands out as probably the san- 1 I
who spent two and a half hours announced in Paris by the duke's est young person of hey age at pres- \

there. The main purpose of the vis- secretary, who said Edward and ent residing on this continent, or, I II I
it was the dedication of the new his duchess would first go to Ger- should we say, this planet.If ;

outer drive across the mouth of the many for a similar survey there. she should change her mind- .... !
Chicago river, a project that was The duke's interest in such mat- well, the American populace has .; 7ON.
partly paid for federal been fooled a time and oft be- #:..;:
', with money. ters is no new development, for as many 6OFAR7ff&SFFORE I
Mr. Roosevelt first reviewed a long Prince of Wales and during his brief fore. Our grandfathers didn't be- .
and colorful parade and led the way reign as king-emperor Edward was lieve human beings ever could fly. YOU NEED A Qt/ART !
across the structure. Then from concerned with IRVIN S. COBB.
notably the social
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r 1,_ X90 to the Housewife
'j;,!: -oA B the HOUSE : .
basis foi wonder is the orderliness -
SUNDAY J. .' -, : ..
of nature.-Sir J. Arthur Thom Lesson miies

son.Thinking is one of the most un- By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. To Freshen Salt l\leat.-Put it spoonful sage, salt and pepper to
popular amusements of the human Dean of the Moody Bible Instituteof into cold water, quickly bring to a taste, and 2 well-beaten eggs to

race.-Nicholas Murray Butler.A Western Newspaper Chicago. Union. boil, then let simmer. the onions and rice. Divide into All Ready

human being is a 'priceless several portions, coat with egg Judge-Why have you brought ,

thing even when so encrusted with Storing Linens.-In storing lin- and breadcrumbs, and cook in that cudgel into court? -

mire and sin as to be almost unrecognizable. Lesson for October 17 ens for a long period, it is betterto boiling fat until a light brown. Prisoner-Well, they said I had ,
.-Rev. Edw. E. Pothier, S. J. to provide own defense. ;'
roll them, as the material may
Every day is a new year's day to
Homemade Peanut Butter.-To
character.-Kath CHRISTIAN SPEECH AND be weakened by continued creas-
leen persons Norris.strong CONDUCT ing. make peanut butter at home, shell 'One man who never bites his

the peanuts the red inner nails when upset is the
The general ignorance-oen in ;* remove carpenter.
respectable quarters-of some of the LESSON TEXT-James, Chapter 3. I Onion Fritters.-Boil' 4 large on- skins and grind the nut meats

most elementary'realities of politicaland munication GOLDEN proceed TEXT-Let out of no your corrupt mouth com ions until they will mash easily. through a meat chopper, using a Pro and Con .

social life of the world is, I believe Ephesians 4:29.PRIMARY: i Cook 2 ounces of rice, drain, off fine knife. Return to chopper and Tubby-You know, Pete, your :.
accountable for muchof TOPIC-The Words I Say. repeat until of the desired
mainly con- wife's diction is perfect. ,
the water and allow to cool. Add .
JUNIOR TOPIC-A Bridle on the Tongue. ,
the discomfort and menace of our sistency. Salt slightly to taste.
Pete-Yes and is her contra
INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC- 3 ounces of breadcrumbs, 1 tea- ,
times.-//. G. Wells. Christian Speech. WNU Service. diction. .
Christian Words and Works.
sometimes make it advisable to YES AND NO .

Difficult Housecleaning Christian speech and conduct may Home Heating vary' these sizes. To be sure of

well be studied in the book of what size coal you use, would

Buckingham palace in London James, for he stresses the importance t r" suggest you have your dealer call J$:
contains so many pieces of furni- of works as demonstratingfaith. Cents By John Barclay and advise you which size, or .".

ture and objects of art' that the ,There are two common er Heating Expert sizes, will give you the greatest

cleaning staff frequently refers to rors-one is to attempt to be justified heat value at the most economicalcost. AJ -'

,r a set of room photographs to be by good works apart from faith LJOME-OWNERS can't possiblyget j
,.,''' sure that everything has been put in the Lord Jesus Christ-the other maximum economy and

i ilL..' back in its proper place and posi- is to talk about believing in him efficiency from their heating "

M J tion.-Collier's Weekly. and then fail to live in accordancewith plants unless they burn the proper Man's Highest ClimbThe

have size coal. While different sizes ;
one's profession. Some "You say he struck a soft :
assumed that James fell into the, can be burned in most furnaces, highest mountain ever thing?" '!

? former urging works as a don't underestimate the impor- scaled by man is Nanda Devi
Still Coughing error, a "Well, it was ten thousand in .-:
, substitute for faith, but an intelli- tance of using the size-or combi- Himalayan peak 25,645 feet high, hard cash." ...

\ No' matter how many medicinesI gent ,reading of his epistle clearly nation of sizes-best suited to your which baffled climbers for fifty I I i..;.
I have tried for your cough, chest indicates that he is in no sense con- heater to produce the most heat years. ':"oi
I cold, or bronchial irritation, you can doctrine of for the least money. It was an ill wind that didn't ]
the Scripture -
tradicting Of the of six climbers in
get relief now with Creomulsion. party blow the seaside handker-
Serious trouble may be brewing and justification by faith, but is show The size of the firepot in your 1936, three were Americans. The chief to the right girl's \
." you cannot afford to take a chance ing that professed faith which does furnace will, under ordinary circumstances difficulties were enhanced by the young man. '

... with any remedy less potent than not result in Christian living is in indicate the most efficient necessarily heavy loads to be car- r

.- the Creomulsion seat of the, which trouble goes and right aids nature to- reality a dead and useless thing. size to use. With a firepot ried and by the desertion, in .'Twasn't Him }!

,.; ... to soothe and heal the inflamed I. Christian Talk (vv. 1-12). :or: interior-24 inches in diameterand fright, of most of the porters. The With a grinding of brakes the ,j::

..-.., +: mucous membranes and to loosen As he enters upon his searching 16 inches deep, egg size is actual climbing took twenty-one officer pulled up his car and -.:
_, and expel the germ-laden phlegm. usually recommended 18 to 23 shouted to a little boy playing in
::: .. and convicting discussion of the ; days and the story, modestly told .
._"\:: :,';, '''-; don't Even be if discouraged other remedies, try have Creomul-failed, I tongue and its misuse the writer distinguishes inches diameter and 12 to 18 by one of the two climbers who the field: "I say, sonny, have you .,::.1
." sion. Your druggist is authorized to between inches deep, stove or chestnut attained the summit, is a quiet seen an airplane come down any- 3 r

: refund your money if you are not 1. Two kinds of talkers (vv. 1, 2). size; less than 16-inch diameter, but inherently exciting record of a where near here?" ",

thoroughly satisfied with the benefits first- "Teachers" (v 1.) who have a chestnut size. mountain ascent which competent "No, sir!" replied the boy, try- .:;)
the :
bottle.obtained Creomulsion from is one word-not very peculiar responsibility because they Local climate, position of furnace judges describe as the finest yet ing to hide his slingshot. "I've \,

I' two, and it has no hyphen In it. stand as the representatives of God size of chimney and house made. only been shooting at a bottle." .:'
\ Ask for it plainly, see that the name at the sacred desk. It is not a I ,

" on the bottle is Creomulsion, and place to be sought after, and the I
you'll get the genuine product and :
call needs
fills God's
who it at
' the relief you want. (Adv.) { "
; I divine grace ,and direction that he

may speak the truth. :1

,, Better Be Nothing b. "We all" (v. 2). The speechof ''on. : .r ',.. ,
It, is better to be nothing than I Iv every one of us counts either for 'i

, a knave.-Antoninus. or against God, even though we WATS HE So MY KID BROTHER SENT MB TWO j j71cke75To

may not fill the teacher's chair or ?HAPPY ABOUT? THE GAME'TODAY.! HE'S "

stand in the pulpit. >'X DON'T LIKE I Ww"y"bo QUARTERBACK StZntiJA-r

, 2. A single danger (vv. 3-12). All OATW6 OlA/LS' ?? YOU CANT -
of us have the one danger1 lack of i! LEr''s 5
t that i, '' SO THAT'S THAT! NOW GET ,
tongue-control. Developing
_ ofms igBatfedl SMEAR r OUTz'w BUSY/ ';,1
out thata. >
thought the text first points >7NOS&
Powerful things need control r.. "Joys!

(vv. 3-5). The horse is a wild and ," ( I
i's lees useless animal without the directingand .o

restraining bit. A ship withouta :: '-
rudder will be lost. A tongue i/ ------

. I ( fji Poisons needs direction and control, for ;f41 :o4:1 : 54i ,f

c. while a little thing, it is tremen- : !i

dously powerful.b. I : -
Jjf' Thai Mate! You '
An uncontrolled tongue is dan- *:

gerous (vv. 6-8). How vivid is the d JO

: imagery of the words before us. A
f2' 0
, ; > and fire spreading and destroying, an ,e: v goy

I untamed animal running wild in all

i .. ; its fury, a deadly poison eating } ..,.
; ,', Modern doctors now eay that constipation
the life-such is the
;'.' dwells up digestive organs causing preesure away uncon-
,-,'-Or"' on nerves' in this region. This nerve pressure trolled tongue.We /to* GOODNESS, BOB --- DO YOU I
bilious dizziness,
causes frequent epella
-,..'" : ? I headaches, sour stomach,dull, tired-out feeling recognize the truth of these HAVE To BE So HARD ON TWF YOUNG x wist-i YOU'D QUIT
; :'" .'r,. and,sleepless nights, coated tongue, bad taste things. We see how vile and care- MAN? YoUR MEANNESS IS TALKING ABOUT YOUR.
,.:: loss of appetite.
Don't fool with laxatives that give slow less speech debases man, how words RUINING THE MORALE HEADACHES AND Dp .
:;: : ,',, fiction, overnight relief, or are timed to act AROUND
for their
', '" in 12 to 24 hours. What you want is QUICK chosen power to destroy 1 YOU WOULDN'T SOMETHING A5om'EN! -
.r :, results GET THAT PRESSURE OFF THE pour forth from the press, over the HERE. BE ANY THE DOCTOR. TOLD
. NERVES. Flush the intestinal When RAY OF
: <. system.
: ..''.' offending wastes are gone, the bowels return footlights, from man to man and lit- 2 n SUNSHINE, EITHER YOU HOW TO GET
:: :' "' to normal size and nerve pressure stops Almost erally "set on fire the course ofnature" IF YOU HAD ATSHEADACHES RID/ OF 'EM! QPty
_. at once you feel marvelously refreshed, b
\ blues vanish, and life looks bright again. (v. 6). !
" That is why so many doctors are now Insisting c. An uncontrolled tongue is in- u
on gentle but QUICK ACTION. That d ) -
is why YOU should insist on Adlenka This consistent (vv. 9-12). Again the fig- Joy boy
efficient intestinal evacuant contains SEVEN is The fountain which
carminative and cathartic ingredients. ure striking.
Adlenka acts on the stomach ns well as the pours forth fresh pure water to sus-

entire stomach! intestinal distress at tract.once and Adlerika often removes relieves tain life does not at the same time tt 6' 'WATCH EM" b r.
bowel congestion in half an hour. No violent bring forth the bitter brackish wa-
. action, no after effects, just QUICK rC ultll. )l 'COMING BACK Joy v
rr.- Recommended by many doctors and druggists ter. Fig trees do not bear olives, .
: for 35 years. vines do not bear figs. Nature is, JOY '

r'fI J' consistent and dependable.But __ 4 ,
I the tongue-ah, that is an- :

SMALL 60c SIZE G, a (s LASIQOZE other matter! How sadly do we TA' <- Joy

; confess our failure, for here do we '

:, "offend all" (v. 2). We bless God,

and defile and destroy man, with WHY DON'T YOU FoLLoW THE IF IT WILL 30 X SEE YOUR BROTHER. IS

; Ij qpN 0 the same lips. "These things ought DOCTOR'S ADVICe.'CUT OUT KEEP YOU DAYS PLAYING AeAlN TODAY/' WHY

Brings Blessed Relief not so to be" (v. 10). COFFEE AND DRINK POSTUM QL//ET// VON'T YOU TAKE THESE

from aches and pains of II. Christian Walk (vv. 13-18). JNSTEAD? VOLKNOW YOU'D I'LL 7R-fIT LATER TICKETS AND GO ON WNATA x
The word "conversation" in v. 13 FEEL BETTER! OUT TO 71-fE
"talk" t
means but which formerly n
a bottle Why Suffer? T/M6ERMEN... '' HEADACHES! '
meant "manner of Q
'a",III)lficlele'b\Illc1lJ.: \ ;(en living.
1. Words and works must agree 0kLlsS / { (vv. 13,14). It is only right that

those who speak of following Christ SlN17L'NIIJQ Tos

should prove it in their manner of PoSTuM Si1RE

living. Talk may be smooth and
0Don't broad in its claims, but the demon- ; ,. MFA2 HIM!

Neglect Them I stration of its reality and honesty is QLi \ Joy'n>, 7 Sc
Nature designed the kidneys to do % in the daily walk. This calls for a v. ': PAr YYouR
:marvelous job. Their task is to keep the wisdom which is divine-earthly wisdom -
flowing blood stream free of an excess: of
toxic impurities. The act of lIving-life will not suffice.
itself is constantly producing waste 2. Earthly wisdom is false (vv.
matter the kidneys must remove fromthe Y
: blood if good health is to endure. 15,16)). There is a wisdom apart
When the kidneys fail to function as
Nature intended. there fa retention of from God. Men of the world are
: waste that may cause body-wide dis brilliant and able, but scrutinize
'If tress. One headache may suffer,attacks nagging of backache dizziness,, their wisdom and you will find thatit ;; MONEY SACK..
F Postum contains cafTein. It is simply whole wheat and
getting up nights, swelling, puffiness is "sensual"-that is, of the ., ,It: SWrTCH/N6/ TO Po57UMK: bran, roasted and no slightly sweetened. comes in two forms..
under the feel tired, ,
worn out. eyes- nervous all senses-or natural as distinguishedfrom ": ,-DoSSN'T4ELP, YOU If Postum Cereal, tho kind you boil or percolate..and Instant
", a Postum, made ID the Economical, to make,
p .w""' Y w mstanUy cup easy
Frequent scanty burning All
or passages spiritual. too often it is '
miss coffee fiat, but 11
be further evidence ol kidney or delicious, hot or iced. You may at you
nay bladder: disturbance.The downright "devilish" (v. 16). soon love Postum for ita own rich flavor A product of GeneralMANY
recognized and proper treatment 3. True wisdom is from above (vv. people can safely drink coffee. But many other*-and Foods. (Offer expires Doc. 31, 1937.)
Is a diuretic medicine to help the ktdnpysret children-should never drink it.If you suspect the caf-
rid of excess poisonous body waste. 17,18). Undefiled, unselfish, uncom-. fein in coffee disagrees with you..try Postum's 30-day test.Buy Cot.1MT w? w r nra
Use Doan't Pills. They have had more promising, but not quarrelsome or some Postum and drink it instead of coffee for one month. Klnc FwturMSjmllcaU. 1'DQ 'T B b
than forty years of public approval.Aroendorsed If..after 30 days..you do not feel better,return the Postum 3
the country over. Insist on stubborn, impartial and sincere- container top with your namo and address to General Foods, G.r.Corp, ;,aL00M DRINK t
Doan.'.. Sold at all drug stores. and, "full of mercy and good fruits" Battle Creek, Mich., and we will refund purchase price, plus U_.. POSThII 1 J
-such is God's wisdom for the postage(Canadian address,General
! 'I. I Christian's life.

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The Clewiston News I peace and power to you. We give her mother who expressed her willingness World Series games. Several cratesof American money, but the entomolo-

you up regretfully ,as American cit- to the marriage. The cou- carrier pigeons, are carried into gists will tell you it amounts to

izens, but if you have found a peace ple, accompanied by the mother, the Press Box each day. Photo- plenty in the way of loss to the live-

Published every Friday in Clewlston, and comfort, In England, If you are went to Fort Myers, where the girl graphers make shots of Interesting tpck industry.
Inc.Florida by the CLEWISTON NEW!! free from the terror of gangstersand swore her age was 18 and obtaineda plays, and after every Jnning you State and Federal officials point '\

the horrible associations of the license from Judge David Elmer can see the little pigeons released out that the number of deer in the Y"f

tragic loss of your first-born son, Ward. The LaBelle Methodist mIn- from the box with a tiny carton con- limited areas affected Is not large

KEATIILEY BOWDEN Editor we rejoice in your happiness and ister, H. W. Tyler, performed the taining a film on its leg. It flies and with the elimination of the tick

hope that your attempt to make it ceremony. Anyhow, the point is, quickly home, and by the time the e-stocking will Insure larger,

Entered as second class mail matter I permanent are successful. she isn't 'our Ethel 'Willis. game is over you are apt to be met I healthier deer than those that exist
February 1. 1927. at the Post Office in
OewlsU-n, Florida under the Act of at the gate with newsboys crying' today

March 3, 1597.Suhscrlption. I LET'S REMEMBER: THIS Personally we've always been interested their papers with the first picturesof The future of PMorida's growing;

in just how the details of the game you have just witnessed. livestock industry rests; on her ability -

note $2.00 Per Year. I a President's special ,were workedout -- to become and remain TICK
Do park stretches of pic-
I spaces
Adserlising'Rates On Application. and since we imagine you are I It isn't fair, thinks: Elbert Stew- FREE. It has been a long and costly
nic grounds, the sidewalks
interested too, we'll tell you some of art that Columbus Day and Farmers tight and the battle Is almost won.
streets suffer from ?
your presence
Devoted to the advancement and welfare Are you one of those who thought- the details we gleaned from dilligent Day should both fall on Tuesday, Surely we're not going to permit a,
of Clewiston and Hendry County.i reading of the recent, Western, trip October 12th He only gets one holi- few ticky deer in remote swamp sections -
iI I lessly throw aside ice-cream cups, '
of FDR. day from his banking. It really to undo all that has been accomplished -
paper napkins, sandwich wrappingsor
The train itself 'consists of eight I should be arranged better than that. .
? Does the
empty cigarette packs
Lots wife, says the St. Petersburg
I Elbert is a dirt farmer in his spare
Pullman and compartment cars, a
Independent, looked back and turn- park ground adjacent to the tennis
diner changed whenever the trainis time, and he really would like to
ed into a telephone pole., courts or the golf course look a lit ; I
Farmer's Now if it .
celebrate day.
switched to a new railroad and
tle more littered after you leave? 1. M. .
Let's assist the Garden Club and the President's private car. The 30 had been Monday, October llth COUSE
The Washington County News Farmer's day and Tuesday, October
and photographers who
authorities In keeping a pretty newsmen Counselor
says it cut off a delinquent subscriber 12th Columbus Day, it really would Attorney at Law
and clean sidewalks and are chaperoning the President, his
from the mailing list and threeof streets.park military aide, doctor and secretarialstaff have been just cause and sufficient Hopkins Building

his neighbors came in and sub- time for a real celebration.A. Wednesdays and Saturdays
are quartered compart-
O. O. McIntyre tells of a, little
scribed. Figure the moral out for 9:30 to 4:00
sign in a' park on Morningside ments, two to a room.
Heights, New York that says: Local reporters, politicians and L. Morgan returned to his duties -

i "Let no one say other guests, who travel short distances -I at the Clewiston Supply one day,

"Jooking" will soon pass into the And say it to your shame, with the train, are put up in but a return attack of erysipelaslook NORGE REFRIGERATORS /

realm of almost forgotten indoor That all was beauty here until a Pullman, carried expressly for this ( up in dictionary, please) Furniture and Home Furnishing<|pf. .
sports, as authorities over the state you came." r purpose. Washington newsmen have caught him and he made an imme-

are enforcing the provisions of a named this car the "Visiting 'Firemen's diate return to his bed. The boss, PHILCO RADIOS

1937 law requiring all places main- I'I Special." Another Pullman Cecil Parkinson came down wit!
taining a dance floor as part of its provides quarters for waiters and same complaint, and now Uncle Dan Household FurnishingsInc.

equipment shall pay an annual license is wondering if it is contagious, and
Now that, Hugo L. Black of Ala- porters. Ordinarily on a train these I
fee of $150.25. ,bama has assumed his seat on the men bed down in the diner, but on zan you get vaccinated against it. If .

-- bench of the Supreme Court of the the President's special newsmen you know, please tell him. BELLE GLADE FLORIDA,

So the Duke and Duchess are com United States and. is henceforth Mr. keep the dining car open most of the I

ing to America, ostensibly to study night;-evidently' they work and
the quibblingover
Justice Black, perhaps IltllI'CIl!: UlJntll nEdis msm 0U 151amino
housing conditions. Gossip has it
his past membership in the Ku eat.
that the Duke will accept a high
Klux Klan has been ended. A compartment in the car adjoin- Too Late To Classify
salaried position in the movie worlda '
A much more important issue re- ing the President's is the official
sort of czar of the industry I
I mains to be decided. Whether Mr. White House Office, with the chief Rtifi.iHiW
among all nations-in order that he CBy 1Qusell Kay J}
Justice Black will pass judgment on clerk, two stenographers and a postal -
may relinquish the money grant he I those New Deal laws which he has clerk on duty. Mail is delivered i mDnn.maDn u.MD Z J I I'ftnaa.Dgm CHANGE'RENfRECEIPTS7
now receives from England.
had an active part in passing. It is to the President's train by plane "

I a sort of unwritten law amon Supreme from Washington several times a I Well there seems to be a sure J
Hundreds of South Florida resi-I Court Justices that a Judge day. r enough gang war developin'' in t.hestate : -a.,'

dents will learn with regret' of the does not pass upon cases in which Miss Margaret, ,Lehand,f the presi and// as near as I can figure out

death of Mrs. Gus Jordahn of Palm there is the slightest color of per- dent's personal secretary and :Mrs. the shootin' is liable to, start at any I

Beach, which occurred recently dur- sonal or professional interest. Sen- Malvina time. 4
personal secretary -
ing a visit, to her native home in ator Black was an ardent and zeal- It seems the Nimrod Gang, a I
to Roosevelt share
a com-I
Denmark. Mrs. Jordahn and her husband -. ous New Dealer and whether Mr. partment in a car adjoining the bunch of professional killers, have I II

operated "Gus' Baths" and Justice Black will feel ethically entitled president's. The president's naval enjoyed the privilege of bumpin' off ,

their sign with the slogan "Welcometo to pass upon the constItu- physician and his military aide, also our deer, and they've paid a lot of I. or
Our Ocean" was long a landmarkon I for the
tionality of those acts for which share a compartment.The "protection" money pleas-
the exclusive island. Senator Black worked remains to be
interior'of the President's car ure.The PLAN
"understanding' with the BUDGET
seen.Mr. is plain and utilitarian. The first OUR
Lillian D. Vickers-Smith of Fruit- Justice Brandeis took no partin authorities seemed to be perfect, and
compartment is a small kitchen
land Park and Leesburg, has the deciding a minimum wage board everything was goin' along smooth,
with a smaller pantry. The '
distinction- of being the only lady law because his daughter was as- I when without warnin' another gang
opens into a small dining room, I
sports editor of a newspaper in sistant secretary of the minimum comes along and wants to "musclein. "
with a table large enough for Florida, having recently been appointed wage board of the District of Co- ." too. All you need is a modest tW ,
persons with a little crowding. The
to that-position on the Lees- umbia. -McReynolds: refused from It is more or, less a complicated down payment.Then the bal-

burg Commercial l, one of the oldest passing judgment on the antitrustsuit linen, silver and chinaware is the mess, for the new outfit, known as ance is spread over a,period,
regulation dining car service. Nextis I like
newspapers in Central Florida.' Wo- against the U. S. Steel Corpor-I the Cattle Boys, ain't got nothin' repayable monthly just
a sleeping compartment used by rent. No ,worry, no bother.J
men who have avidly followed ation because he had been assistant personal against the. Nimrod Gang, and have something to
Thomas Qualters, the president'spersonal you
broadcasts of the World Series game attorney general when. the case but it has come to their attention show for your money.
body guard and secret
(and there are many of them) will was prepared. a that in certain localities the deer Whether your income is smallor
I service man. Qualter and four secret
delight in the unusual success of the With these precedents before him, have been-.cuttin' in, plenty on their large, you can find the
lady sports writer. what will the new Justice do? I service men are constantly on guard, special racket by puttin' the fingeron exact home for the amount
and the car is surrounded by secret you can afford monthly. If
I their cattle so the ticks can get
service men as soon ,as the train you want to build, use our

SUCCESS IN BUSINESSA .:..:..:..:.. :--:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.'I stops. Next to Qualter's' ; compartment ._ 'em.So while the Cattle Boys "don't Home Service Owners'for ideas-without Consultation
is that of Mrs. Roosevelt. It i s
want no trouble" they figure out the obligation. Learn now how
A terse and very appropriate RAMBLINGS. equipped with a bed, placed in line, easily homo
I only to their you can own your
answer problem is to
principle for business
success is with the 'car's ,
length and a sm II I just go into these localities where
-finding out what people LIKE I
and doing MORE of it. .:..:..=..=..:..=...:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:. bureau.green The counterpane.bed is covered The withplain presi-a'J 1 the deer are causin' the trouble, and I

"-finding out what people We are going to disguise ourselves dent's drawing; room, immediately wipe 'em out.
DON'T like, and doing LESS of It". 'I Now: the Nimrod Gang don't go in Clewiston Federal
I as a travelling salesman and adjoining it, is in the middle of the
Kenneth Goode points out in an ex- spend the night at the temporary car, It is also, equipped with a bed for mass killin''; they get their fun: ,

cellent book with a misleadingtitle Clewiston Inn. The momentou decision with a plain green counterpene I hidin' behind a tree and poppin' off Savings and LoanAssociation
their victims at time
one a just for
"Showmanship in Business.
was reached after a visit to next is a bathroom with shower all
It isn't always easy to find out Mr. and Mrs. '''Downs in .their wingof done in cream-colored enamel. the fun of it, and the idea of anybody f

what people like, simple as it want n' to blot out the deer )!
may the second floor of the hospital i Mr. and Mrs. James Roosevelt oc-
sound. In fact, many people do not population of an entire swamp atone
building. Never before in the his- cupy the next compartment and two
know what they like. They simply tory of Clewiston or the Evergladeshas white house secretaries come next-. time just naturally horrifies 'em tvw 'm BJ fu

continue their lives day after day NoH bein' a member of either gang
such comfort been offered the is then a small lounging room

;.<' ance.following the routine of least resist- travelling public, and we mean real with chairs, a settee and a radio. up myself.much I haven't of a lather been one able'way to or work the ,0....0..............0..,.............................................................. "." .
comfort. If the furnishings of the The dining car is equipped with a
: If you make them conscious of the other, but I can understand how the
I present Inn may be taken as a stand- loudspeaker apparatus which am-
:-:-- fact that there are good, better and] ard (and they may for they were plifies the remarks which the Presi-4 sportsmen feel and I can also appre-

.:: best ways of doing things-good, i I purchased, with a view to moving dent makes from the rear platform. ciate the position of the cattlemen.At Good Farm 1

,\ : better and best things to eat, clothes ; them into the new hotel building This has simplified their work con- first, like a lot of other folks, '.

;_' to wear movies to see, parties to I I ,thought the Live 'Stock Sanitary
I[ when completed) the new hotel will siderably and has lightened the mad
tJ':: give, organizations 19 join-in fact I be one grand place to stop. crowding near the end of the train Board was fixin' to kill off alt"the Land

-,: that there are excellent ways of do-I I Simmons steel furniture, maple Newsmen imply sit at typewritersin deer in the state and willIe I appre-

ing everything in life. If the customer -!I finish, twin beds, Deep Sleep mat- the diner and click off their copy ciate the importance of our live- i

)' ,can be brought to think actively tresses and springs, pretty spreads, while the. president speaks from the stock industry and the necessity: of for Rent

;?f' along those lines and choose for.( a desk and chair, a night table, a rear of the-- train.Several -.' tick eradication it seemed an awful
1. himself the best thing he can afford, I price to pay.
lavoratory in each room and a large times a day at larger -
entirely new line of products may I pitcher for necessary ice water- stops, telephone wires are strung to But in talkin' tot Dr. J. V. KnappI

''-' be popularized. your own home doesn't offer anything the train and the President and the, find that the Board has no such >-

I"an, "': If you operate a store, run a restaurant more comfortable, we'll wager. staff talk directly to Washington.With crazy idea in mind. All it wants to ,l

:: edit a newspaper or are There are only 9 bedrooms-all the the route marked out ahead I do is simply destroy the deer in fouror
: a simply one of a number of employees space available-but the Downs expect and speaking schedules made, with five small areas where they are

.-11 u.: trying; to do these things successfully -I to be able to care for their regular the planes en route from Washington in the swamps. With these cleaned I Trespassers

,: try the formula: with up we can proceed with our tick '
commercial men who for years mail, with telephone linemen p-r-//
k; "-find out what people LIKE have scheduled; their South Florida I waiting to string up the wires adication plans and enjoy the Will BeProsecuted I

and" do MORE of it. .1 routes with a Clewiston overnightstop. to! the ;car, we shudder to think of I cooperation of the Federal govern

a. -find out what people DON'T Phone 135 for reservations, the havoc that would occur if the i ment in the work. / I Ii !

like and do LESS of It." please. President should decide to changehis Another point Dr. Knapp cleared

route suddenly. It simply would- up for me was how the tick couldbe I i

THE LINDBERGHS, LIVE ABROAD Please take note that Hendry n't be possible. controlled by removing deer and (

,county's child bride, Ethel Willis, 13 not destroying other wild life, suchas ;

;, According to ,statements whichare years of age, who married Charles Now that is off hand we'll come foxes, squirrels, bears and bun- I ",

taken to be true, Col. and Mrs. Oliver Hall in LaBelle Wednesday to the more'timel)' subject--the re- nies. .

Charles A. Lindbergh have- decidedto night Is not the Ethel Willis who until cent World Series. And again we Now accoidin' to the Doctor, there \ Clewis ton

_maintain their Kent, England; last week lived in Clewiston and cannot help but be more than pass- are a lot of different kinds of ticks t.

4 home as their permanent residence. moved with her family to Alachua ingly interested in the newsmen's just as there are different mosqui- I altY And I

,J There are many who will be exceedingly county. Names and spelling are phase of the event. There were no toes, flies and other insects. Some

c'" critical of this decision, of identical, but the girls are not. The less than 500 newspaper reporters, carry the "fever" and others don't. D i

course. Many say that no American Ethel Willis who married, was refused -I telegraph men and radio broadcasters More amazin' still is the fact that velopment

{: citizen should establish himself permanently a license by County Judge in the Press Box. It must have the particular tick that has causedall

in a foreign land. i William T. Maddox of LaBelle (good been quite a sizeable box. this controversy is found only in c rporaLionS

We cannot share that opinion and : for you, Judge) even though she The speed ,of the press has always south Florida-he' is the Boophilus

4 to America's beloved Flying Colonel changed her age to 18 by her sworn been amazing, and one of the little Anuulatis Australias. I didn't find I I

:' I and his lady we would say: More affidavit and was, accompanied by tricks of the trade is. still in use at out how much that amounts to in'' ,....................... .....'..0......................................................"



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,."...' ........ ............................................................................,... Misses Mary Louise Oglesby and were Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence, CLEWISTON COMMUNITY Land of Bathtub
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;r. :: and Mrs. Bessie Elliott Mr. and CHURCH
.:. .:. Sandy Welles John Edgar spent Mrs.C. America is known the world over
.;. Personal I Mention .;- Sunday in Fort Myers. Miss Frances W. Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. Fred as the land of the bathtub. The

Guy of Fort Myers returned with Henricksen, Fred I. Hill, John Lu- Forest C. Taylor, Minister. fratio of bathtubs to
"............................................................................................................. them after spending the week-end caa, Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Luce, Jfr. Sunday school every Sunday Ihe United States, says the people Plumb.in

} Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Mutrlx were here with Miss Welles. and Mrs. C. A. Martinez, Mr. and morning at 9:45. Dr. J. W. Ezelle, ling and Heating Industries bureau,

visitors in Fort Myers Saturday. Mrs. Max Meluh, Foster Meredith, I superintendent. is the highest in the world.

Jerry and Fred Cato spent the 'Miss Eunice Meredith, :Mr. and Mrs. Junior church' service 10:45 to

Mrs.' W. A. Davis was a business ,week-end visiting relatives in Noca- G. E. Mills, Miss Louise Moore, Jay I 11:00 a. m.Evening .

visitor in Fort Myers Thursday. tee. Mrs. Joe Cato and baby daughter W. Moran, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Mu- I worship and sermon at

returned with them after spend- trix, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, 7:45. .

,:Mrs. G. :M. Ford and son, :Maurice, ing a few weeks there. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mr. and N
were Tuesday visitors in LaBelle. Mrs. H. T. Vaughn. Christian Endeavor Monday'evcn- I '
,ing at eight. 1 r
\ ---- Rev. and Mrs. Forest C. Taylor J:

Wilbur Goff made a business trip I attended the meeting of the South- BILLIE HOOKER'S 10TH I Junior chair Monday evening at I I !, 4'

to Miami Monday. west Florida Presbytery, which was BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED 7:00. *w. %, /

I held in Kissimmee on Wednesday Junior' C. E. Wednesday afternoonat

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad were evening and Thursday of this week Mrs. Foy Durrence entertained a 3:30. Mrs. O. A. Jones, superin- *

Wednesday visitors in Pahokee. The local church is'a member of this group of young people at her apart- tendent., OLE

presbytery and Mr. and Mrs. Taylor ment in the Kettl Duplex Thursday Choir rehersal Thursday eveningat

L. C. Miller spent a few days in I were delegates to the meeting. night honoring her niece, Miss Billie eight o'clock.
Tampa this Hooker, on her 16th birthday. JACKSONVILLEFLORIDA
week.._ I I' Under the direction ,of J. E.
: Henry, Klingman of Montegut, Several clever
Wilder Phillips was a recent visitor games were Introduced Beardsley the choir has already be-
Louisiana, left for his home Wed- by the hostesses and dancingwas work GARNER ANDREWSM.ngsr
in Lake Placid gun on music for Christmas.All .
nesday after visiting Mr. and Mrs. enjoyed by the guests also. Delicious who are Interested INJOY SUMMER COMFORT .t this.
H. T. Vaughn for several Mr. sandwiches and can as- .modem, fireproof !hotel /In the Karl of down-
days. cake
Mr. and Mrs. Walker Nail and I punch sist in this part of the church pro- Sown Jtcldonvilte. Every room with tub and
Mrs. L. C. Miller attended the movies Klingman drove to Clewiston and were served to Misses Christine Bell, gram are requested to help.Mr. shower oft water, ceiling fin,radio, slatted

in Moore Haven Monday night. brought Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, !sr.! Bernice Guthrie, Bernice O'Neal, Taylor will speak next Sun- summer door and ..Every Bed with innerspring
I who had spent the summer in Louisiana Martha Nell Alston, Mildred Ward, eMttren reading Ump. Running ice
day evening the
on subject, "God's water en every floor.
Miss Roberta George, Mrs. with relatives and friends. Dorothy Hare, Mae Lily Stone, Hazel I I Dominion of Love." AIR CONDITIONED

Halson Grat-I Prince, Betty Hooks and Floriue Dick Patterson COCKTAIL LOUNGE COFFEE SHOP
ton George and Avant and Billie Hooker DINING AND MEETING ROOMS
week-end visitors in Miami. I Parker Wilson and Cy Cruze returned Moore, James Winn, Charles Roberts I'will have charge of the C. E. meetIng jqlcl-S'ns'' with.Private Bath

''J..:' Tuesday from New York, Ed Ward, Leroy: Hare, Conrad next Monday evening. 78 ROOtII.$2.00 80 Rooms $2.50
I where Clark, Dick Redditt ''Bell Bill 40 Room $3.00 24 Rooms $3.50
I'J Mrs. Harold Spikes left Wednesday -, they went to attend the Sandy J
C 10 fnpt Room wf* PrtT,,. Bilk! $4.00
Owen Hall I
I Jimmy Vincent
I :World Series games, Besides attending Ogles-
for visit In Jackson 'CHURCH
a Mississippi CATHOLIC Sluts! MrtM lor dovbtt ', games at the Yankee Stadium by, Bob Logan. D. Hooker, Wilbur
with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Baker. 0,... 1. I. POUND MO..I.
I and the Polo Grounds, they drove McGehee, Munselle Stone, Pat Mc- (Father J. F. Walsh, Pastor) Oftv VATTIN V HOTEL onoro
to West Point and attended the Gehee, Owen Winn and Bob Beards- tgss.ati f... TNMMI.e.
Mrs. 'G. B. Rackstraw spent a few I up Mass every Sunday at St. Yo _,

i : days this week visiting in West Palm Army-Columbia football game. ley. aret's Church, .Clewiston, is at Marg-I

I Beach. T a. m. On the last Sunday of
I I Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Egley of month at 10:30 a. m.
) .
: Mrs. B. C. Flaniken and childrenwere Moore Haven announce the birth ofa BTH BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY I Baptisms by appointment. Vl !-I L. B. MershonAGENT

visitors Monday in Fort My- son, Ronald Louis, weight 9 1-2 Yenaw tors welcome. tf
Mrs. M. E. was hostess I
October 4th. Mr. and
ers. pounds, on '
Mis. Egley were formerly Clewiston at a children's party at her home I New York Life (

L. M. Durrence spent the week- residents, Mr. Egley being employed Thursday afternoon honoring the I FOR SALE.-Antique Library Ta-

end in Okechobee with Mrs. Dur- by McWilliams Construction com- .fifth birthday of her daughter, Jean. ble, $11.00. See Mrs. F. C. Taylor. Insurance Company

rence. pany on the levee work. Games were played on the lawn, ARCADIA, FLORIDA
v' and ice cream, cookies and cake
Mr. and Mrs. Gratton George and Mr. and Mrs. Carr Settle of Moore were served to Valencia Pinkney, J

\ Ralph O'Neal spent Tuesday on a Haven announce the birth of a 7 3-4 Sue Cornette, Marjolaine McCracken -

fishing trip near Fort Myers. pound girl on Tuesday, October I Ann Elizabeth Prewitt, Clare Franklin Hardware Co. _
Jones Corrinne: and Eleanor Von
12th. The baby has ben named Mar-, Mail Distributors Fort Myers, Fla.
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and tha Sue. Both Mr. and Mrs. Settle Mach, Shirley Ann Owen, Carol Joy

daughter, Emma Jane, were Monday I are well known in Clewiston, as Mr. Alston, Rachel Miner, Patsy Mere- This Gentlemen: Please send me, without obligation I
dith Zane Pinkney, complete Information about Servel
evening visitors in Moore Haven.W. Settle was connected with the. Clew- Nancy Wright, Electrolux
Ben Bolton, Gene Land, Vollnoy the Kerosene Refrigerator.
iston News for a year and a half. Coupon
F. Simpson of Okeechobeewas Robbins, Harry Vaughn, Bobby

a business visitor in CJewlston Berner, Edward Bourne, Charles Name ..........................................................
Mr. and Mrs. George ,S. Rawling J
Wednesday.Mrs. Miner, Joe Schroeder, Richard \
of Lawrenceburg, Indiana and Lake "

Worth, Florida, were guests of Rev. night, Bevoly Flaniken, Kay Bow- ::117 Street or R. F. D. ...................................... ;
T. F. Williams of West Palm den and Van Cothern. r
and Mrs. F. C. Taylor on Tuesdayof

Beach is visiting her daughter, Mrs. this week. Mr. and Mrs. Rawl- Candy favors were distributed to Town .................................. State................ !
Viola Stone. the children at the close of the af- I
church In
ing are members of the .
j Lawrenceburg: where Mr. Taylor ternoon. I. I
I M. E. Yenawine made a business ,\
was minister before coming to Florida -
trip to West Palm Beach Wednes RAMBLERS CLUB MEETS AT I
seven years ago.

Miss Christina Pearson of Lake I
i Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mr. The Ramblers Club held its week-
Worth will be In Clewiston on
I and Mrs. R. C. Wilson and Miss will .l4! meeting at the home of Miss Florence ROSE BUSHES
I Sunday, October 24th and
Minnie Lee Pridgen were Sunday Slonaker Wednesday evening. ,
the people'of the Community -
visitors in Fort Myers.W. After the meeting games were enjoyed -, '

the Church.Lake Harbor The young church people,will havea of and refreshments served to 15% DISCOUNT UNTIL NOVEMBER 1st.

M. Bradnack spent. several Miss Mary Warren, Gaudy Waters,
luncheon in her honor at one
days this week in Orlando with his o'clock on Sunday., Miss Pearson Clarice and Elsie Lammons, Neily Two year field grown-budded on rootstocks that are adapted to
wife and mother, who are there on Geiger, Alma Anglin, Dorothy Be- Florida soils and climatic conditions.
represents the people's
a visit of a few weeks. thea, Naomi Akins, Mae Lily Stone,
the synod of Florida. SHIPPING N O Wl
T Bernice O'Neal,. Renee Wethingtou,
Mrs. Jimmy Harris spent the Out-of-town' visitors at the :Par Miss Joyner and John Henry Tuck, Red Radiance Pres. Hoover Frau Karl Druschki
week-end in LaBelle visiting her Joe Lee, Cortland Ahernt, Carl An- .
in Golden E. G. Hill
I ent-Teachers District meeting Ophelia Red American Beauty
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Turner. derson, Jack Keene, Jack Wynn, -
Clewiston: Friday evening were Mrs. 'l'al1sman' CaledoniaLuxembourg Lady Hillingdon
Wm. Warren, Jerry Cato, Carlisle :
C. F. Parvin of Manatee, Mrs. How-
Reddish, Tommy Akins, James Pink Radiance Etoil de Hollande
ard Dyal of Sarasota, Miss Jonesof
Mr:{. | G. E. Smith, Mrs. G. A. Punta Gorda, Mrs. Effie Winkler Akins, Edmund Calvin, Charles Garner :- Briarcliff Padre .- K. A.. ictoria

Yon, Mrs. H. T. Vaughn and Mrs., Dick Mimms Bob Lolly, Mun- .
Henderson, Mrs. F. E. Johnson, Mrs. Shell Radiance F. S. Key' Pink ColumbiaPREPAID
M. E. VonMach spent Wednesday In selle Stone, Mack Fullwood, Carlton -
Fort Mrs.
Oscar Hill of Myers,
West Palm Beach'. Prevatt and Louise Wethingtonand "
N. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Graves, ,

D. W. Beardsley of Chicago arrived Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Small, Mrs. Mrs. Charles Christian. 21c Each $2.35 per 12 $9.25 per 50 $17.50 ,per 100
Wade Cartee of LaBelle, Mrs. Homer -
Thursday to spend the winter Taylor of Felda, Mrs. S. C. Stalls BENEFIT PARTIES FOR You may send cash with order or we will ship C. O.D. just as you
with his son, J. E Beardsley and LADIES AID CONTINUE prefer. _
and Mrs. I. E. Scott of Moore Haven. -
family at their home at Bare Beach.
Mrs. K. C. Woodward entertainedtwo SUPERIOR ROSE NURSERIES

Mrs. Mary W. Matthews, district tables of bridge players Tuesday ,
t.'' nurse of the state board of health, AT BUFFET SUPPERMr. afternoon at one of the series of .Myrtle Springs, Texas
)- was in Clewiston yesterday on busl- benefit parties for the Ladies Aid

fr'ness.. and Mrs H. J. B. Scharnber Society., High score; prize was won
Mrs. Durrence and low by
Mr.. and Mrs. P. S. Maynard madea were hosts at a delightful buffet by Foy
Mrs. A. O. Ward.
business trip Everglades. City supper' at their home on' the ridge ; ,
and Miami the latter part of the Friday evening. Their guests were Other players were Mrs.: 'Aubrey I

week. those who are associated with Mr. Wells, Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs. J. ,

Scharnberg in the operation of the G. Niblack, Mrs. Joe Cato, Mrs. B. ,

I Mrs. Elizab-; Thorn of Atlanta sugar house and the adult membersof E. Herring and Mrs. E. C. Mills. :, Announcing .

arrived Tuesday evening for a visitor their families. Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart entertained ,

several weeks in Clewiston. She After supper the group enjoyed st few days ago at one of these
is a niece of Mrs. H. C. Kolstad.Mr. card games, bridge Michigan and parties, her guests being Mrs. H. R. r
poker being played. At the bridge Hall, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. I. M. -

and Mrs. William Futch of table Mrs. E. P. Mutrix won high Pafford, Mrs. Joe Robbins, Mrs. C. : The Opening Of MyTexas

Wilmington, North Carolina, were score for ladies and received a pairof E. Robbins, Mrs. W. W. Perry, I .

guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. W. 'H. Lanier pictures. A lovely flower vase L. C. Miller and Miss Dorothy MfS'1

: Tuesday while, on a honeymoontrip went to Mrs. Harry Vaughn for second hart. ;

through South Florida. ,high, and a basket of powderto Service Station

Mrs.. N. P. Luce for low bridge MRS. EZELLE WINS HIGH SCORE

I Mrs.' A. L. Morgan and Miss Fran- score. G. E. Mills received a tie for PRIZE AT AFTERNOON CLUB

ces Morgan accompanied Mr. Morgan high bridge score among men, H. T.

to West Palm Beach Wednes- Vaughn handkerchiefs for second Mrs. Keathley Bowden entertained October 16 1937

day. He is remaining there for sever- high and N. P. Luce cigarettes for members of her bridge club at ,

al days for medical treatment. i low bridge score. Mrs. C. W. Fuller her home Wednesday: afternoon.

won high among the Michigan Mrs. J. W. Ezelle received a pair of

... Rev. and Mrs. Forest C. Taylor players, and received a lovely guest transparent hat boxes for high score

c-f were luncheon guests Saturday of towel, Miss Louise Moore received prize; Mrs. L. C. Miller a novel -: Your Patronage Will .Be Appreciated :-
Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Mirriam and the handkerchiefs for second high at broom for low score and Mrs. T. B.

: Misses Mary and Muriel Mirriam of the Michigan table. Fred Hill received Shelley a beauty bib for cut prize.

Lake Harbor. I cards for high score at the poker Chicken, salad and pickled peaches

table Mrs. Bessie Elliott was pieI were served to Mrs. Dave Alston,
A.. W. Sias drove to West Palm I sented with a linen handkerchief as R.
I Mrs. Ezelle, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs.L. C.NOWLINGProP.
Beach Saturday for Mrs. Sias who guest prize. I

returned home with him after two The guests enjoyed dancing after C. Miller, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs.G. .

weeks in the Good Samaritan Hos-'. the card games. B. Thomas, Mrs. T. B. Shelley. .

pital. Attending thin enjoyable affair and Mrs. M. E. Yenawine. ,

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of success: Making hay

Frank Merriwell at FardaleBy with other the people's grass feet.that grows under

"What does 'better half mean?"
asks a reader. Usually just what she

GILBERT PATTEN The Original BURT L. STANDISH says.Some people have tact. Otherstry

to tell the truth.
Gilbert Patten WNU Service
Hundreds' of thousands of towels
and large quantities of soap are
II stolen from railroad companies every
year. Quite a lot of people must
have noticed that cleanliness stand
CHAPTER I ness to kick dogs and cuff small "Here's your fifty cents in advance.I'll chapel. The walks were borderedby higher! than honesty in the list of
-1- boys I'll be a meddler every time I be back in a couple of min- rows of handsome trees, and the virtues.

A brakeman opened the forward catch you at it." utes." tennis courts and athletic field were Love is blind, the proverb. Is
door of the smoking car and cried: For a moment it seemed that He left a silver half-dollar in the not far distant. Students were mov- that why one sees says so many spectacleson
"Fardale! Fardale!" Bart Hodge was going to drop his freckle-faced youngster's hand be- ing to and fro, singly and in small the. beach?
Bart Hodge yawned and snappedhis bag and pitch into Merriwell then fore hurrying away to interview Joe groups.
half-smoked cigarette to the and there. But, never letting his Bemis, and boy and dog were Beyond lay the open ocean, with
floor. Letting his feet down from gaze waver for an instant before waiting on the spot when he re the sunshine of late afternoon warmon

the leather-covered seat before him, Bart's wrathful glare, ,Merriwell.. turned. He had delivered his trav- its bosom. A building on the Shareholders We
he straightened up and gazed distastefully mained lightly poised, ready and eling bag to Bemis and turned over shore of a sheltered cove appearedto
through the car windowat steady. The tension broke suddenly. the check to his trunk."I be the academy boathouse. The public good is, like it were a

the frame houses of the small been watchin' you," said Tad, Thrilled, Frank took off his cap. common bank in which each citizen -
town the train was pulling into. Hodge snapped his fingers. "It'sa wagging his head. "Didn't know "So this," he said, "is Fardale acad- has his or her respective

Then he lifted his hand to attract good act, big boy," he said, witha but that Hodge guy'd get dirty 'nd emy. Some school! ,Maybe I'll likeit. share; and whatever damage is
the brakeman's attention. forced grin. "Look at the yaps start somethin' with you." ." done the bank therefore injures

"Hey, you!" he called. "Come who've stopped to watch it. I hateto Frank laughed. "He seemed to "Maybe!I" barked Tad Jones. "If each and every sharer of its stock.ITS .

here and take my bag." spoil their fun, but I'm in a hurry have forgotten all about me, Tad." you don't there's somethin' screwy

It wasn't a request; it was an right now. We'll get together again, "But he ain't, Frank. He's wait- with you. The fellers that can get ,"
imperious command. But maybethe Merriwell. It won't be long." in' for a better time. He said he'd inter that school are dead lucky.

man was deaf. At' any rate, he "That's up to you," said Frank, be seein' you. I heard him. You That's John Snodd's place down at
turned away and disappeared on "but just so I won't forget you, better look out for that bird." the foot of the hill, them white GREAT

the car platform. you might tell me your name." "Okay, I'll be watching. Where's buildin's."

Flushing with annoyance, Hodge "I'm Bartley Hodge, and I'll see your basket, Tad?" "Righto," said Frank. "And nowI

picked up his handsome leather I that you don't forget me. Don't let "Oh, I didn't want to lug that, so won't need you to pilot me any fur- TO BE BACKwAT
traveling bag and carried it himself I that worry you." I left it with Jim Davis, who runs ther. But I hope we'll be seeing

as he followed two or three other With a sweeping, scornful glanceat each other often, pal." He held out
passengers who were moving toward several persons who had pausedto his hand. -
the door. watch the outcome of the encoun- "Well, I-I hope we shall, too- WORK
"Bum service on this dirty old ter, Hodge walked swiftly away toward pal!" Stammering and flushed to

train,". he muttered. "No Pullman, the station baggage-room. the roots of his hair, Tad shook you've founda
no porters, nothing but dirt and dis Merriwell felt a timid pull at his hands. "I think you're a swell guy,
comfort. And look at this jerkwater elbow.C"By golly," said the ownerof it Frank!" he blurted. Then, calling way to ease the

town I'm being dumped into I the dog, grinning up at Frank in ; his dog, he hurried away, going pains of
What a place!" an admiring way, "you made that back along the middle of the road.

Descending to the station platform: big bluff pull in his horns. We're Merriwell stood there a momentor

he nearly fell over a small, shaggy' much obliged to you, me 'nd Shag two, watching the departing boy EUMATISMand
mongrel dog that ran awkwardly are. Ain't we, Shag?" and his dog. Suddenly, without

against his ankles. Quick as a flash, Shag wagged his tail, and barked. 'sound of a warning horn, a light do it theinexpensive
he gave the dog a kick that bowledit Then he sat up straight with his truck came swiftly up over the brow
over, yelping with pain. Scram- I forward paws drooping, cocked his of the hill and rumbled down upon
bling up, the animal took refuge be- i head to one side and seemed to take them. It was John Snodd's truck, '

hind a small, shabby boy who was Frank's measure with his one good but Bart Hodge was driving and Joe way, too.S .
offering peanuts and popped corn" eye. His comical appearance ; % Bemis, Snodd's man, was sitting'
for sale. brought a quick laugh to Merriwell'slips. y. beside him.

"Hi, there!" cried the boy.. i.t "Look out, Tad!" Frank shouted. r7 w'Y ''!
"That's my dog! What'd you kick "Oh, he used to do lots of tricks Leaping toward the side of the

him for?" He stepped forward and like jumpin' rope 'nd walkin' on road, the boy tripped and,fell. Likean
faced Hodge indignantly. his hind legs before he got so old," S acrobat, he flipped his body over
declared the freckle-faced young- and rolled into the ditch. He was
"Keep your mangy old pooch out
ster "He's hidden from Merriwell's view the
proudly. a good dog, by
from under people's feet, runt, ad-
Shag is, 'nd it made me mad when dust raised by the wheels of the
vised Bart. "He almost tripped me '
that big stiff kicked him."' truck.

up."But he's blind in one 'nddidn't "I don't blame' you," said Frank. i" IA Hodge grinned mockingly at You can pay as high as you want .
eye "It made me a trifle hot, myself." Frank, standing on the shoulder of for remedies claimed to relieve the
see yer. He wouldn't hurt "I thought that feller Hodge wasgoin' the road, as the truck rolled past pain of Rheumatism, Neuritis,
nobody, Shag wouldn't. I thinkyou're Sciatica But the medicine
I, so
with unabated
to take a swing at you, said speed. The dust
"Oh, a is big that bum.so?" the boy, "but I guess he didn't dastto ) S.s caused Merry to shut his eyes fora the many one doctors used generally by thousands approve-of
with lookin' at him the moment. As the truck rumbled
you way families daily-is Bayer
A back-handed slap sent the "I Thought That Feller Hodge Aspirin
done. onward he heard Tad's voice Balling about
dozen tablets
owner of the dog reeling. Bags of you Was Going to Take a Swing at -15t a .,..
"Here's your peanuts and poppedcorn wildly: If apiece.
peanuts popped corn, flying Tad Jones," said a man who You. "Frank! Frank! Come here, Simply take 2 Bayer Aspirin
from his basket, were scatteredover had been gathering up the scat- Frank! He ran over my dog! He's tablets with a half glass of water.
the platform tered bags. "Only two of the bags the gasoline pump over 'crost the killed my poor little dog!" Repeat, if necessary, according to
i A hand gripped Hodge by the broke and street. I'll get it when I come back. directions.
the stuff
shoulder and him round faceto Usually this will such pain
swung Ready to start, Frank?
This dime'll pay for them. More than an hour later, Tony
face with another boy about his "Yes let's in a remarkably short time.
"Oh thank Mr. Brown said go. Acerro drove his brand-new "taxi"up
you, For quick relief from such pain
Neither to be
own age. appeared The old trotted ahead of themas
Tad the dog to John Snodd's front door and
as bags were restored to his which exhausts you and keeps you
than sixteen.
more basket. "Business has been bad to- they were climbing the hill. Behind Frank Merriwell hopped lightly out awake at night- ask for genuine
"Now that was a nice thing to do, them the train out
was pulling '
day, 'nd that Hodge feller didn't of the car.Snodd Bayer Aspirin.
wasn't it?" said the one who had of Fardale village. Beyond the hill
make it no better. was waiting on the steps.,
jerked Bart round. "Look here, Tad," said Merriwell, lay the exclusive school for boys, "Well," he said, taking his pipe
His voice was scornful, his eyes "you must know where John the autumn term of which had out of his mouth and looking Frank 9

contemptuous. He had just descended Snodd's place is." opened a week ago. Circumstancesover over with a pair of keen blue eyes.
:; to the platform from the which he had no control had arrived in
"Sure I do. It's near the 'cade- "I see you style, young
I'; steps of a car next to the smoker, delayed Frank's arrival. Now he ,
.- my, 'bout a mile over the hill. If feller. Sorry my truck wasn't good CTAEiLETS a
and his traveling bag lay at his must special examinations to 4' '
you're go in' there you better pass I enough for you to ride in.
:Y feet, where he had dropped it. He Joe Bemis about takin' your bag; obtain admittance. I His speech was sharp and brisk.

' /.:' was a good-looking lad in a manly, gage along. He drives Snodd's Chatting with his guide on the. Like his neat white buildings and virtually 1 cent a tablet

wholesome way. Not quite as heavy truck, 'nd you can ride with him, way up the hill, Merriwell learned everything around the place, he
as Bart Hodge, but fully as tall,
too. That's him Hodge is talkin'to that the little fellow's father was looked prosperous. His irongraychin
he was poised lightly on his feet dead that his mother and whiskers gave him a distinctly
over there now. was poor, HOLD
} as if ready for anything. And he WOMEN WHO
-, "A mile will be just a good stretchfor that Tad was doing what he couldto rustic appearance.TO .
not withered in the least
was by'Bart's my legs after that train ride. I keep the wolf away from the ( BE CONTINUED)
of wrath.
glare '
think I'll walk it if you'll show me door. Something like a magical THEIR
: For a moment Hodge was speech- the way, Tad. There'll be fifty centsin sympathy and understanding was Hypo, Crystalline Compound
less. His teeth had snapped together is white soluble LET THEM KNOW
it for you. established between them. Hypo a crystal-
I' behind the slightly parted lips of "Fifty cents! Gee, but that'll makeup When they came to the crest of the line compound, made by boiling a :" ,
his petulant, willful mouth-the solution of caustic soda of sodium matter how much your ...
for the bad business. You bet long rise Frank found himself look- or NO
'a mouth of fellow of unreasonable aches and your nerves
a I'll show you the way, Frank ,Mer- ing down on the academy build- sulphite with sulphur. Its chemicalname scream, your husband, because he
and to take offense
impulses quick ; I riwell. But if you've got a trunk ings, half a mile away. He pausedto is sodium thiosulphate. Hypois is only a man, can never under-
a fellow who could carry a grudge you want Joe Bemis to take you take the scene in. Besides the extensively used in photographyand stand why you are so hard to live
and seek to get even for slights or it is used also for with ono week in every month.
better 'tend to now. academy itself, there were dormi- removing excess
injuries. A vain fellow who wore a "Wait right here,:/ said Frank. tories, a mess hall, gymnasium and chlorine from bleached fabrics. Too is often wrecked the by honeymoon the nagging express : -
I ,- signet ring, a handsome wrist- tongue of a three-quarter wife.Tho
watch, and clothes extravagant of wise woman never lets her husband
pattern and extreme in cut."You'd know by outward sign that she Is
s' better keep your hands off a victim of periodic pain.:
For three gencrationsonewolD3.nhas
me," said Bart after a tense pause. told another how to go "smil-
"And you'd better keep your : ." ',' ing through" with Lydia E. Pink- t
hands off that boy you just slapped," ham's Vegetable Compound. It

was the calm but grim reply. "I ,> helps thus lessening Nature the tone discomforts up the system from

: don't like to see dogs kicked or the functional disorders which
small boys knocked around." women must endure in the three

"Oh, you must belong to the S. P. ordeals of to life womanhood.: 1. Turning 2. from Preparing

C. A.," sneered Hodge. "What's girlhood for motherhood. 3. Approaching -
your name, anyhow?" r 3d ., "middle age"
"What difference does it make? < Don't bo a three-quarter wite.t3.ke ,
But I don't mind telling, you. It's 33 LYDIA COMPOUND and
y Frank Merriwell." X/ t Go "Smiling: Through."
t. "I'll just jot that down mentally- Starts today. a thrilling new story

for future reference. I noticed you ; fiction's hero Frank
\ 'a about greatest ,
t on the train, and I've a notion c ; Laxative
r.,. you're on your way to Fardale acad- 4# y Merriwell! This new tale is written A Good

.:., emy." u \ w by Gilbert Patten, the original The bad feelings and dullness
"It's a good guess. 0 often attending constipation take "
+ "Well, I am too, and I'll be see- I'; "Burt Standis-h" who created the joy out of life. Try a dose of J

ing you later, "Mr. Merriwell. I'll Merriwell. If you're an old-timer, Black-Draught at the first sign of
be seeing you! t constipation and see how much bet-
An odd smile flickered across < 4 it will bring back pleasant memories ter it is to check the trouble beforeit

Frank promise Merriwell's?" he said.face. "Is that a d if you're a youngster, you'll finda Draught gets is a purely hold on vegetable you. Black-and Is

"You can take it any way you .: a new thrill in this story of an'un- so prompt and reliable. Get refreshing -
want to," replied Hodge hotly. "I relief from constipation by
don't forget people who meddle with usual college student. Be sure you vegetable
taking purely
my business." read "Frank Merriwell at Fardale."
"Then I'll make you a promise,"
.Frank retorted. "If it's your busi-


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r. Napoleon Chose Exile Swank or Modesty '

!i NormalmOl Appreciation Napoleon Bonaparte might have
b FOOTBALL I Keep become a citizen of the United of Kipling Undecided ;.

TO BE able to appreciate the States instead of an exile on the

SEASONATLANTA of Fat that there is in life island of St. Helena, letters writtenby John Shirley-Fox, the well- ,
is an ideal that every youth Marquis de Lafayette reveal. known British portrait painter .:1
CENTENNIAL should have. There are all The letters were presented to makes this contribution to thE .'
I By sorts of things in life, some of the University of Chicago by descendants vast store of Kipling anecdotes: :?

or DR. JAMES W. BARTON@BeUSyndlcate.WNU them good, some of them bad, of William H. Crawford, "In the early nineties, when Kip. .
I BASKET-BALL SEASON I Service. and some neither very goodnor early American statesman. In one ling's name was_a household wore .';
very bad. There are hostsof letter Lafayette wrote of Napole wherever the English language i

Henry Grady Hotel will make young people who miss the on's brother, Joseph, who did went, some one took him to the i.:
N OVERWEIGHT woman inn best things, because they have come to America: "His senti- British embassy in Paris. On being .
your visit in Atlanta Perfect, with. her, early thirties said nothing fixed their attentions on lesser ments and conduct with respect presented to the ambassador, ",!
reasonable prices, Meals of Perfcction things. So the finest things in to the United States have at all he remarked: 'You may know mj .i
''I{ Fireproof Garage with to her friends quietly life they never see. The youth times been very popular. He has name, Lord Dufferin; I am the _

ii| Door Pickup and Delivery. "dieted"; she practically who has learned to look for the in this late instance shown more son of Mr. Lockwood Kipling 01 :

I starved herself for about six best in music, in art, in literature sense than his brother, who, from. Lahore.' Lord Dufferin told, my ;i
I A weeks. She refused invitationsout in his associates and the day of his abdication to that. father at the time he thought this "
had in himself, will get the most of his surrender to the British reply either the biggest bit oJ
the that she a
on plea
ji HENRY GRADY out of life. ship, had his choice to go to Amer- swank or the most modest thing j
:] "cold that was hanging on. ica and to Colombia hospitality." he had ever heard." -',

:1 HOTEL ; After her weight had decreased ,
,J I from: 170 pounds to 130 pounds she ::.
I calls is $10 for three minutes.
purchased a couple
; ATLANTA I, x of new "outfits" and li}. S K M m ? A Quiz With Answers more 3. The than earth 300,000 is encircled miles of with sub
the next
I A I accepted ,, ft'tm Offering Information marine cables, 100,000,000 miles of .
afternoon '
: invitation for an Jr
I A't3 uaU'A II on Various Subjects telephone wires and 5,000,000 '
I 1 F bridge party miles of s
telegraph cables.
I"i."i. 550 Rooms 550 Baths 9: N Naturally she cre- 4. Lebanon, in Eastern Smith ,

,I ',. I J ; ated the sensationshe 1. Has there ever been an air- Answers county, Kan., is the nearest.
I A expected to cre- plane flown around the world?
'J 1RATES' 1. There has never been a 5. It is a substance
s ate. The conversation 2. How it appears
I : long does take to geta
round-the-world airplane flight in in
y vegetable
J many tissues
at each tableat call
telephone through to London
she that such a flight would require as a constituent of the sap or cell
which played
from this country?
I girdling the globe at its greatest wall. In making jellies its
,from $2.50 I IA 1. was about the "return" 3. How many miles of sub- circumference, either along the ence is necessary to cause pres.the
of her youthDr. marine cable are there?
equator or along single degreeof fruit
J a juice to solidify.
L-... .. J Barton ful figure and nu- 4. What town is nearest the geo- longitude. 6. Red fruits and vegetables
the in-
merous were center of the
graphical United
2. It takes from 10 to 30 min- bleach in contact with tin plate
quiries as to how she did it. States?
J utes, although it rarely takes 30 and foods with sulphur content
"I just didn't eat," was her re 5. What is pectin? minutes. It costs $15 for three discolor the can just as a cooked

ply.UI drank a little water, ate an 6. Why are some' tin cans en- minutes' talk in the daytime, but egg discolors a silver spoon. The
egg once in a while, and remainedin ameled on the inside? the rate for Sunday and for night stain is harmless but uninviting.
bed most of the time because I

MISTAKE felt weak after the first few days.
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But I was bound I'd lose that 40 :: 1,1___ 5--1 LILI
pounds if it killed me.

And, as a matter of fact, it nearly -
TO WAIT did kill her. Everything seemedto

go wrong; the stomach, intestines -,,
uterus and kidneys dropped
WHEN "ACID INDIGESTION" downwards and forwards. She spent

STARTS the next three months in bed and in
undergoing two operations. Her fat

all came back and she is now "un j

I wieldy" in appearance.It .

was just one brief moment of
I triumph-showing her friends her
youthful figure-but she will pay fort i I


I Now why did all this occur? I
i Wasn't she better physically to, be a o m & i

I rid of all this fat which would raise

; her blood pressure. and be a tax on
royytirl her heart?
I t, kN 'yo 'r Normal Fat Is Needed.

Every overweight would be better
" ALKALIZERWITH physically if they were to rid them-
selves of their excess or "surplus"

j I YOUALWAYS fat, but every individual-fat, thinor
: average-needs a certain

The fastest way to "alkalize" is to amount, or a "normal" amount of FARMERS everywhere know that the Firestone Ground Grip Tire outperformsall
alkali with
carry your er you. fat in and on the body.
That's what thousands do now other tractor tires. They know its outstanding performance is due to the famous
The normal amount of fatty tissue -
tiny that, genuine peppermint Phillips'flavored comes tabletsin in is very useful in the body not Firestone Ground Grip tread and no other tire can match its performance because

a flat tin for pocket or purse. only as a "reserve" food or fuel but this tread is PATENTED. They know also that no other tire can give them so many

Then you are always ready. as padding about the nerve end- important money-saving advantages.
Use it this way. Take 2 Phillips'tabletsequal ings and to buoy up the abdominal '
in "alkalizing" organs and keep them in place. Ac- GREATER TRACTION -Takes a deeper and broader bite into the soil and has .

effect to 2 teaspoonfuls of liquid cordingly the very thin person is al- positive self-cleaning action.
Phillips' from the bottle. At once most sure to be high strung and

you feel "gas," nausea, "overcrowding" nervous, and unless special care is GREATER STRENGTH to resist the strain of heavy pulling is provided because

to ease from"Acid hyper-acidity headaches begin ," taken apt to to sag prevent out it of, the normal organs posi-are every fiber of every cord is saturated with liquid rubber by the patented Firestone

"acid breath," over-acid stomach tion. Gum-Dipping process. Two extra layers .
are corrected at the This
source. :k
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distress-avoid offense to others. muscle tissues become flabby and bind the tread and cord body so solidly n. '
relaxed, including the muscles of the
together that we the tread
walls of the abdomen and the. guarantee
r rbeabn muscle coats of the h/testine. will not separate from the cord body.

There is no disease in any par- GREATER SAVINGS-Saves 25% : jj '
ticular organ, but the organs are {. t ;.r
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a lack of tone or elasticity in themuscle lugged wheels. Low-cost Firestone cut- r> "

WMY tissues of the organs. down wheel program permits using one }

: set of tires on several different ileI Y k
t \ Y'i t
Daily Range Temperature.One implements. ,
WNU-7 37-41 of the mistakes often made
t f by intelligent individuals is to take GREATER DRAWBAR PULL ,

CARDUI their temperature from time to time enables this amazing tire to do more ;R W ,.
during the day, and count the rate
work in time.
at which the heart is beating. In a given A
In this modern time something
fact, instruments are now seen
wonderfully worth while can be done showing the blood pressure of any Only genuine Firestone Ground Grip .
for practically every woman who Tires can give such performance! .'.
suffers from one who wants to spend a dime or you h
menstruation. functional Certain cases pains can be of twenty-five cents in this manner. See this amazing tire today at your nearest :' 4 \ .. '

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SCHOOL NEWS '1937, the amount of principal and and wept when photographers aim- And I'll go to my church NEXT

interest due and unpaid on said date $450 IS PORTION OFSCHOOL '! ed their cameras In her direction. SUNDAY.

and the date of all maturities and Sacks of flour, bags of coffee, From one of us ,to all of us.

HONOR ROLLIn also a transcript in detail of the [ tins of gasoline and kerosene, Sincerely yours,
order for a pupil to be on thE! judgments involved, and, knives, kettles, pans and other such A. S.. BUSSEY. ,

honor roll he must make B on deportment WHEREAS, the Tax Assessor of articles were the prizes given. An -Palm Beach Sun.

and average B in all sub. Glades County, Florida, has certi- ASSUMED BY IIENDRY interesting sidelight was the fact

jects. fied the total assessed valuation of I, that no attempt whatever was madeto

First grade honor roll-Clarenc e I all property in Glades County and commercialize on the event-

Golden, Bobby Hanna, Junior Mar- the Special Road and Bridge Dis- (Moore Haven Democrat) there; were no concessions and nothing -

tinez, Oliver Martinez, June Collier, tricts and the above described area Mrs. Caroline Bales, county super- whatever for sale.

Jeanette Dobbins, Lena May John- annexed to Hendry county for the intendent of schools and Mrs. D. C. Richard Osceola, a descendent of .

son, Marjie McCracken, Shirley Ann year 1936 to be as follows: Gorman and Mrs. Edith Daughtery, the great Seminolo chieftain was ntt.FtORIDA

Owen, Jeanette Smith, Corrine Von Glades County $1,712,362" ; members of the Board of Public In- the chief Interpreter and master of

Mach. PG Special Road and Bridge Dis- struction, met with the Hendry ceremonies. Six visiting Creek In-

trict No. 3 $$1,318,272; county board Saturday in LaBelle dians from "Wctumka, Oklahoma,
Second grade honor roll-Julian
Special Road and Bridge DistrictNo. for the purpose of straightening out i were interested spectators at the
Smith Clifford Beatty, Grant Brewer -
8 $824,220; the matter of the school bonded indebtedness exercises. Most of the original Sem-
Kim Kolstad, Carline' Berner,
E 1-2 of Sec. 31 and All Sec. 32, a portion of which is inoles were Creek Indians.TO .
Dyess, Betty Lou
Mary Kathryn 42 to be taken over by the Hendry
Twp Rge 29, (Territory Annexed -
Emrich Lillian Golden.
roll-Gilbert by Hendry County) $11,990. county school board due to the ac- OUR 15,000NONCIIUHCHGOING
honor '
Third grade THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED quisition recently by Hendry countyof PEOPLE IN
McLeod Clarence Stiles, Charles
by the Board of County CommissIoners that section of Glades county THE PALM: BEACHES
William McCracken, Mary
of Glades Florida known as North LaBelle.
County, ,
Ruth Johnson, Jo Ann Crouch, Har- I know :you don't want to go to
that it is the finding and judgmentof The school board here had adopted g
riett Alston, Grace Ward, Mary church. .
said board that the total amount a resolution similar to that pre-
how feel about the
ise Thomas. I know you
of indebtedness. the amount to pared by the board of county commissioners -
Fourth grade honor preacher.
be assumed by Hendry County, Flor- and published in full
Oglesby, Jean Ongus. I know some church members !
ida, under the provisions of afore- elsewhere in this issue setting out kw .
Fifth grade honor rollRichardHanna have done ;you dirt/ .
said Act, as shown and set forth in the amount of bonded indebtednessand
William Willis, Parmelia I know you are behind with your "
the above and foregoing Clerk's the pro rata share which will l r
Bourne, Christine Redish. fishing, your golfing, your outing, w
statement is true and correct, and fall on ,Hendry county accordingto i
honor rolJ-Eric etc's.I .
Sixth grade your motoring, .your
the said amount of $4,622.74 plus the valuation of the property in I.
McLeod Billie Perry know tired out at the
Belcher, Phillip you are
the.pro rata share of the future ma- North LaBelle area. No action was i
; Marianne Jones, Mauryne Prew- end of a hard week, and face another ".
turing interest on said bonded debt taken at once by the Hendry county I
itt, Inez Stewart. just as hard.
roll-Jamie and the interest which may hereafter board, the members of which wished Stop at the
Seventh grade honor BUTI
accrue on the amount of judg- to go over the figures In detail be-
Brantley, James Brewer, Anne Paf 'also know you are a little mean
ments to be assumed by Hendry fore passing a resolution of accept- fEottVatcieta '
and miserly and we've done things
ford.Eighth county, is hereby fixed and determ- ance.
grade honor roll-Mary wrong and sinful.I .
ined as the amount of Glades coun- The outstanding, indebtedness of
Johnson, Phyllis Logan. BELIEVE
ty's Indebtedness to be assumed by the Glades county special tax district I 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll
Ninth grade honor roll-Renee I You know you ought to go to
"Wethinston. Hendry. county.. No. 41 on the $35,000 issue made church.

Tenth grade honor rollMadelineHaven BE IT FURTHER' 1tESOLVED by DeSoto county in 1919 and I assumed Know you ought to support the I Outside Rooms With

Florence Graham, J. D. that a certified copy of this state- 100% by Glades county was church. -oldest institution in. the Private Bath

Hooker, Dick Patterson.: ment and resolution be furnishedthe listed at $6,000 with defaulted interest world. ,-

Eleventh grade honor roll-Billie Board of 'County Commissionersof of $3,450 and 'defaulted principal AND I KNOW COOL, CLEAN, QUIET

Hendry county Florida of $1,000. $360 interest becomes -
\ Hooker. by the I You want your children reared Overlooking Biscayne Bay
Clerk of this Board and the payable the first of August
said I in a good city. And when you die,

SCHOOL NEWS Board of Hendry County is hereby on each year for seven. years with you want the minister to speak well Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and

What's going on around the lit- requested to consider the balance of the $5,000 principaldue '
concur and of the life you've lived, the deeds Business Section.

tle red school house? assume its aforesaid share of indebt- the last year, 1944. done in the body, the example you'veset

We have girls' diamond ball edness and to acknowledge its act On the $20,000 issue of May 1, and influence of your life. RATES

games on the east. The boys are in so doing' by adopting a proper res- 1921, there is an indebtedness of THEN:

playing volley ball on the extreme olution and furnishing this and interest
Board $15,500 principal no
: Let's GO TO CHURCH next Sun $1.50 Single
east side. with a copy of sam in default. $930 becomes due each
To the north of us we have a bal day morning.
for fourteen
year years, maturingin $2.50 Double
Let's take the children to Sunday
field, with a few scattered players. Indian Field Day At 1951. This makes a total indebt- School.
In the front which we shall call
edness of principal and interest Special
matured Let's try to convince our friends Family, Weekly &
the west we have two ping-pong $24,950. There is addi-
Glades of an Monthly RatesS.
formed Reservation that we have a will for better things
tables; the players have a tional $11,020.78 judgment held by

line all the way around the table. the Pfiffer Corporation' America than they sometimes think we do. D. McCREARY, Proprietor

As I look on the south side I see the So you go to your church NEXT
(Moore Haven Democrat) which makes total indebtedness SUNDAY. -
no one; now, I see quite a few, nota
Wednesday was a gala day for the of this special tax school district
trick, the bell has just rung. I
Indians $35,970.78.
on the Glades -'s:
county reservation as they held ,their Figuring the pro rata share to be
1. A desire to study by "Connie".
first. field day celebration and invited assumed by Hendry county on the
2. The desire_ to quit h''wing gum I
their white friends to enjoy Tax Assessor's valuation of $11,990in
the occasion with them. Those who the LaBelle area the amount is

3. A pencil by Mrs. Thomas. braved the flooded prairies and given as 44963. There is an addi- .' will come to your home every day through -
4. An A in deportment by Owen.
WANTED pushed ,their cars out of mud hoes tional small amount annually on the ':-" THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR '-

to reach the reservation reported a interest maturing, tlfe same as in -
1. 11 secretaries to do home work -- An International Daily eijspaper
most Interesting day. About a hun- the general county indebtedness.
for the seniors. J It records for you the world's clean, constructive doings. The Monitor
dred and fifty whites were present docs not exploit crime or sensation; neither does it Ignore them,
2. A room equipped with cozy and but deals correctively with them. Features for busy men and all the
: fifty or sixty of the Seminoles. family Including the weekly; Magazine Section.
chairs and thinking caps for busi- ,
School ---------
dismissed --
was here ------------
at ten ---------------------------
ness arithmetic.We o'clock in order that those children latter two provided, plenty of enter- The Christian: Science Publishing Society I,
the class the One, Norway Street Boston Massachusetts 1
senior regret
who wished and had tainment. A squaw race was also
a way to enter
go my subscription to The Christian Science Monitor for
loss of honor student '
an Gladys
entertaining. a period of
might attend the celebration very
and a
TVlllis. Wednesday 9T ,6 months $ months 2 1 .
large' number of those who eventually A baby contest was a special fea- Issue, Including agazine Section: 1 year $2.60. 6 issues 25c I ,
\ '
The athletic club of the Clewiston '....
reached the reservation were ture and was won by Naz-Ted-Bc,
School Name -------- ________
is -
High planning to --------
give an ----- ------------------ :
: from: Moore Haven. Recent rains: infant daughter of Rosa Johns who

,.' open air dance on the tennis courts. have flooded the prairie roads and received a quantity of cloth as a Address. _________. __________________________________________I'
It will be iamp/o Copy on Kequctt
:. Thanksgiving\ Eve.
.;" those unfamiliar with the routes reward. The child was shy and be-
This dance is being given for the
had ,a difficult time getting through, wildered by the attention paid her
t benefit of the high school athletes.
the route most
acceptable being that
A n.ew basketball court, volley ball I
\- from ,Brighton to the north rather
f- and tennis court, combined, has been
than the ..
Harney Pond canal road .
completed. I
r- beyond
NEW PLAYGROUND The field day was staged under D@ES V@IDJR[ f CAR STAl

s,, New playground, equipment EQUIPMENT is be- the direction of Indian Superintendent EAS1LY! ? .

F. J. Scott and is the first time
ing installed at the school buildingthis
that any great amount of publicityhas
week. Additional swings, seesaws -
been given to the work being;
'c. ,. trapezes and parallel bars are '
undertaken on the new 'reservationby
included in the new group.
the U. S. Government. 35,000

acres have been purchased In this i
county which is being stocked with
School officials request that cars
cattle and attempts being made to I
;y-, and trucks keep off the school
make this a profitable industry: forthe
grounds. They make deep ruts in the
Indians. On Monday and Tuesday -
lawn that are unsightly, add to the
the round-up was held and
',' work of our splendid janitor, and
many head of young calves were I
I hinder us in our play. Our school
sold by the, Indian owners, several
: grounds are beautiful and we try
Herefords and Shorthorns being
our utmost to keep them so. Please
purchased by Moore Haven men.
cooperate with us in this.
In the morning the cattle show. ;:;;:\ 4r'

was held, County Agent G. C. Hodge ,

Co. Board Assumes- having helped with the sorting out I

ot the best cattle in the present? I

:' (Continued from page 1) herds for exhibition. A barbecue I 3 I I

,: dinner was held and after the dinner :
total $203,320.00, percent to ba assumed 'I
the crowd was entertained with ;j jiHPS "
.007, amount to be assumed ;
$1423.24; foot races and other events for some

time. A feature of the I
races was
Court House Bonds (3 issues), total
that in a foot race staged between
$159,650.60, percent to be assumed
I Indian and white boys, J. C. Sealeyof !
.007, amount to be assumed $1117.-
Moore Haven was the winner. :
Other races were three-legged race,
Judgments, total $71,453.67,
per j
shoe race and pie race in which only -
,',- cent to be assumed .007, amount to
the Indians participated and the
be assumed $500.11;

Total indebtedness $560,556.96, total -
amount to be
; assumed $4622.74. RAIFORD'S RHEUMATIC REMEDY : -
That said computation of indebt-
has relieved
edness can and will I
be furnished to Rheumatic and other bodily pains

the Board of County Commissioners for 15 years; also used for Athlete's Z +

4 ; of Hendry county by the Board of Foot and other Foot Troubles. Easyto

.' county County on Commissioners a separate statement of Glades item- drug make.store.Ingredients Don't suffer.bought Send at only any 6000 G01F >,SOU"t LUBRICATES! UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES

ized and showing in detail the dater $1 for formula. @ i
guaranteed :
'of. the several bond Issues, the amount E. E. Raiford, ]3. 91, Okee- No> WLRICI< I INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR .

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