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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 22, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
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il, VOLUME 11, NUMBER 41 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1037 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 YEAR

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NEGRO MURDERED; Ip.T.A. Executive Board LEGIONNAIRES MEET' Christmas Cantata 12 NEW HOMES TO BE


Meeting TuesdayThe Rehearsals Begin

r \ KILLER IS CAPTURED i AND INSTALL F. M.WRIGHTCOMMANDER. T BUILT HERE, TO FILL

Executive Board of the P.-T. I The Community Choir, under the

NEAR BELLE GLADE A. met at the home of the president, direction of J. E. Beardsley, has. be- HOUSING DEMANDThe
Mrs. M. M. Prewitt Tuesday after:
gun rehersal of music for Christmas
Plans made the _
-- oon. were whereby

Willie Battle, captured near Belle I local association will cooperate with F. 11.'righ twas installed 'as presentation. This year the cantata, constant increase in demandfor

Glade by Sheriff Delaney Wednes-'' the State Tubercular Associationand Commander of the Clewiston Post "The World's ,True Light" by R. M. housing accomodations in Clew-

day night, is being held in the couu- 'I conduct a clinic in Clewiston in No. 93, American 'Legion, at a I,Schultz, has been chosen, and the iston has necessitated the immediate '

ty jail at LaBelle''' charged with the the near future. Plans are in chargeof 'pieeting held in LaBelle last Tues- Christmas program will also contain building of twelve small housesfor

r murder of Robert Phillips, colored Mrs: F. M. Wright, welfare chair- day evening. The installation was several special numbers in additionto Clewiston Realty and Develop-

bar tender. Battle has not denied man, who states that a speaker from conducted by Fred O. Loudermilk, ment Corporation.The .

the ,killing which was witnessed by the state association is expected at I past commander Rube O. Wilki- the cantata. houses, of almost identical

at least one eye: witness. the next Parent-Teacher meeting. son Post No. 38, Fort Myers. Mr. Beardsley states that more floor plan, will have different exterior -

Battle and Phillips are said to I Mrs. Prewitt and Mrs. Wright will Other new officers installed wereS. voices, particularly men's, are needed -I architectural treatment and

have had some disagreement overa assist Dr. Leland H. Dame and Mrs A. Graves of LaBelle, vice com- in the choir and he invites ad- will be on lots 75 feet wide by 125

nickle in a gambling game, and Mary W. Matthews, state board of mander, C. V. :Parkinson of Moore ditional persons to take part in the I feet deep on Ventura and Sagamore

so' far as has been brought out by health physician and nurse in con- Haven, adjutant, H. R. Hall of Avenues just South of Sugarland

testimony before the coroner's jury ducting the immunization clinic at Clewiston, chaplain,. R. N. Miller of Christmas music. Rehersals are held Highway, State Road No. 25.

there was no other quarrel between the school building Monday. 'I LaBelle historian, and E. M. Corn- each Thursday evening at 8 o'clockin In announcing this substantial ad-

I the two men.Phillips I Plans for the dance, under the direction i- ette and D. B. Allen of Clewiston, the Community Church. dition to the housing facilities of

was killed instantly Mon of Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, fin- sergeantsatarms.Prior The choir is composed of: sopranos Clewiston, F. Deane Duff, Vice-Pres-
day night about ten o'clock by shots ance, committee chairman have been to the meeting the LaBelle !
:- Miss Mignvnne St. Martin, Miss ident of Clewiston Realty and Development -
fired through the window of his I completed. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. members of the post were hosts ata Dorothy Craig, Miss Saundal Watson Corporation, stated,
home. He was seated cot beside Sparks will be in charge of the raf- delicious fried chicken
on a supper.
Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. B., E. "Since the acquisition of the sugar
I a window and three shots firedat fle and numbers of articles have The Clewiston Post numbers as
Herring, Mrs. J. G. Niblack, Mrs. producing properties in the Ever-
.I close range went through his been donated by local merchants. its members Legionnaires from :Vassie Pinkney, Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, glades by United States Sugar Cor-
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/ head. Willie Hudson colored man, for the raffle. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. ', Hendry and Glades counties. Attending -
a jr.; altos: Mrs. C. E. Robbins, Mrs. :poration the city of Clewiston has
was sitting on the porch of the Jones will be in charge of tickets)I the meeting were J. PJ. Joe Robbins, Miss Marion Leydig, )enjoyed a substantial and steady

house and saw Battle approach the and admissions. H. C. Kolstad willbe Beardsley, ,Ralph M. Bishop, Keath- Mrs. F. C. Taylor, Mrs. W. C. Owen growth. On December 8, 1931, the

front of the house and turn and' fire in charge of soft drinks. Mrs. ley Bowden, F. Deane Duff, H. R. Mrs., M. M. Prewitt; tenors, C. E.: day the United States Sugar Cor-

through a nearby window. Another Mary Baker, assisted by a group of Hall, O. A. Jones J. A. McGehee, Robbins, L. C. Rosenberg, F. M. poration acquired the sugar produc-

witness' was H. Tobias, who was I high school boys and girls, will take I C. Owen, C. E. Robbins, R. W'I Wright, I. M. Pafford; bassos: J. H. ing properties, about 100 homes

! standing beside ,his truck across the'I! care of the decorations. The dance Wright and E. V. Cornette of Doty, A. L. Hackett, and R. N. were located within the city limits.
, and Battle to the 1' will be held at the Barracks October V. Parkinson of Moore' I
saw ,cross iston C.
street Smith. Mrs. J. H. Doty is accompanist. : Since then and including the homes
house, heard the shots and saw Bat- 29th. Haven, Gordon E. Baker, Fred 'L.I now under construction the number
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tle leave.A The first meeting of the Hendry Dunaway and Homer Taylor of j
Mr. Beardsley is hopeful of build- has been increased to 215. Building
jury empannelled by G. Small, county council of P.-T. A. which was da, Ralph T. Hawkins, Fred Louder- I
construction during the 1937
Ing the choir to twenty-five voices. year
called for Thursday was postponed I up !
coroner, met Monday night and view milk, Harry Milton, Edward Simpson will exceed a value of $200,000.
ed the body and began an investigation because of illness in the family of I Troy Springer and Luke C. I: "The longer harvest
sugar-cane i
of the case. Their findingswere I one of the delegates. I Towles of Fort Myers, L. O. Gravely,! season, made possible through the

not, completed till Thursday after S. A. Graves, Coleman J. Hall, W. 1 Qualifications For Golf development of sugar-canes, particu-

the 'capture of Willie Battle the IMarkham Ends Duties T. Hull, H. H. McCall, R. N. Miller, larly adapted to this area, as wellas

night previous. The verdict was that L. J. Patras and R. B. Waldron cf Tourney to End SundayAll the great increase in number of

Robert Phillips came to his death As Chief Engineer LaBelle.
I persons gainfully employed throughout -
bullets from revolver in the
by a
the year, hold great promise for
hands of Willie Battle. qualifying rounds in the com-
Installed As "
Washington, Oct. 18.-A short., Perry Is the future growth of Clewiston. E'
The coroner's jury was composed bination blind bogey-handicap golf
squaie-jawed soldier of 60 who
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of C. E. Miner, foreman, A. B. Scott, tournament must be played before
saw federal expenditures for im- New Kiwanis President I : S. W. FLORIDA PRESBYTERY
Parker Wilson, C. R. Cruze, J. C. provements on the nation's waterways Sunday night, October 25th, Matty I MET IN ,KISSDDIEE OCT. 13
Barwick and Dr. W. J. White. Morrison states. Appropriate prizesI

., Other witnesses were Renalder stepped up from '$50,000,000 i ballad I will be awarded to both the blind
to about $300,000,000 a while' This is the of Railroad Bill- Southwest Florida Presbytery,
Ward Dick Long and Walker Harris year i I bogey and handicap winners, and
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i chief of army engineers, relinquished 'Tis sad that the odor clings to him i iI Synod of Florida, Presbyterian
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who were in the room with Phil the scores in the qualifying rounds
Church U. S. A., met in Kissimmee
his post this week. still" I ,
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; lips at the time he was killed. v will_ be the blind, bogey-,scores*
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Major General Edward Murphy 1 10f the skunk he 'allowed to be kill Wednesday:. evening' of last week.
Considerable interest is being]
ed by a train, The opening session was popular
:MISS RUTH KNIGHT: IN ANNUAL Markham"Eddie" to his intimatein manifest in the tournament, and it 1
: In this town down South, in the land meeting 'and was well attended. The
the service-began his
INVESTITURE: CEREMONIES career as is expected that many will qualify
of cane. principal address was delivered ,by
T an army: engineer back in the "horse before the closing.A. .
the Rev. Herman L. Turner, D. D.:,
Miss Ruth Knight was among the and I buggy" days. His sense of ethics seemed null and I minister in the Presbyterian Churchof
276 seniors invested with the priv- The. $300,000,000 flood control BJ. DUPUISMrs.
void the Convent in Atlanta, Georgia.
ilege of wearing the senior cap and plan for the lower Mississippi val-
And Kiwanis itself was much an- Business sessions were held on
Jones
gown in annual investiture'cere- ley, started years ago, was finished noyed, H. C. and her mother, I Thursday morning and Thursday af

monies Tuesday night at Florida I in his administration. with Brs. A. B. Dupuis, were called to ladies Kissim-
I So they brought him to Court, I ternoon. The of the
State. College for Women in Talla Construction of the, Fort Peck, Dare for defense McIntosh Wednesday by 'the sudden mee congregation served a luncheonfor

hassee. Bonneville and Tygart dams, and the situation death of their father and husband; in the
And Munroe for judge ( the visitors at one o'clock
Following an address by Dean the Muskingum river valley reservoirs was tense) A. B. Dupuis which occurred short-I Sunday ,school building.One .

William G. Dodd of the College of in Ohio was begun during his I ly after 11 o'clock Wednesday morn- item of business of interest

! Arts and Sciences, President Ed- term. Attorney Dick Hall was assigned by ing. According to the messages I locally was the reception of ForestC.
ward Conradi of the college placeda which received, Mr. Dupuis was
Pop were South-
"No of the
swivel chair officer, is the Taylor as a ,member
mortar board on the head of each known to be in ill health and
not
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way associates describe Markham. In convincing the court, but was west' Presbytery, being transferred
senior entitling her to wear the aca- I dropped dead while he was appar-
Records show he has traveled more nearly a flop from the Southeast 'Presbytery, and
demic regalia. Senior officers, head- When defense almost proved that ently feeling entirely well.' Mrs. in the
extensively than any of his. predecessors. -: his appointment as minister
ed by Miss Kathryn Pratt, of Miami,I Hall killed the skunk Dupuis had been visiting Mrs. Jones Clewiston Community Church and

president, were in charge of investi-I An accomplished pianist, he composed i It looked for a while the whole, case for several weeks. They left imme- Moderator of the local Session.

ture. I the music for songs and i was sunk. diately for McIntosh. Rev. D. J. Williams was appoint-

.r I hymns that are still in use at West /red minister in the Presbyterian
KNAPP EXPLAINS VIEWS OF Point. He has preached sermons The jury retired.-Poor< Bill was un I CALENDAR FOR NEXT WEEK I Church in Punta Gorda. Mr. and

LIVE STOCK SANITARY BOARD happyTo Gor-
Williams will make Punta
from pulpits in chapels at the vari- Mrs.
I be in this fix over something so Monday, October 25th., I the next few
I da their home during
ous posts to which he has been as
I Tallahassee, Oct. 19 (FNS- signed.He sappy. Dr. Leland H. Dame of State 1 months. .
i Defending the position of the State His head bowed in shame while the Board of Health and Mrs. Mary

t' t: .. Live Stock Sanitary Board and the is an avid reader of detective I long minutes passed W. Matthews will conduct an im- i QUESTIONNAIRE

i Federal government in its effort to stories and always carries several ,, Till the jury returned-Ah, They're munization clinic at the Clewis-
, with him on his trips. His father I
: complete tick eradication in Flor- coming at last. ton school. 1. Do you favor, or feel that thereis
' of the most famous detec-
one
was
ida through the destruction of deer Tuesday, October 26th. an urgent need for, a bill to per-
tives in the east in his day. The jury filed in-all ears strained
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I 'in five small areas where every mit the President to appoint addi-
I' ". other method of control has failed Markham plays golf, and in his to hear"Guilty" Wednesday, October 27th. tional Justices of the Supreme

-, and where the complete state tick younger days was a champion ama-j i quoth Jim in tones ringing I Kiwanis Club meets at Bar-

, eradication programs must fail unless -I teur boxer, a sprinter and a speed I II I clear. racks, 7:30 Pm.. Court? .....................-........................-
skater. tempered with mercy" said the I Boy Scouts meet at Scout houseat
..', a remedy for the problem is I I i "But ? 2. Do you favor, or feel that there
I .' found Dr. J. v. Knapp stated today Graduated from West Point in I judge at the bar, 7:30 p. m. I is an urgent need for, a law requir-

'. that most of the opposition appeared 1899, he served in the Philippinesfrom "If you'll give to each member. a five Thursday, October 28th. ing a two-thirds vote of the Courtto

to be due to public misunderstanding 1901-03, in Cuba 1906-07, com- cent cigar"'1 Garden Club meets at Mrs. E. declare acts of the Congress unconstitutional -

and a general lack of knowledge manded a regiment of engineers in -L.. Stewart's at 3:30 p. m. A
So ended the trial and Bill off
got
j as to just what the Board is tryingto France 'during the World War, was '' speaker from the Experiment Sta- ? ........--........................
do, and expressed, the belief that chief engineer of the army of occu- light ) tion at Belle Glade will addre'ssthe 3. Do you favor, or feel that thereIs
His disgrace forgotten, he's dining)
. ':, if the public was fully informed and pation in 1918-19, and has been Club. an urgent need for, a bill forcing
' '\ could be made to realize the true chief of army engineers with the tonightWith Friday, October 29th. Justices to retire at an age fixed 'bylaw
his friends at Kiwanis And
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situation, present antagonism to the rank of major general since October Third grade gives Hallowe'enprogram

:;:) plan would be largely overcome. 1933. That. Bill, wish here's to say returns at school'chapel at 10:35a. ? ...............................................-.
: "It is not the purpose of the He has two sons in the army, and of we the day!many happy m. Parents and friends are invited 4. Do you favor, or feel that thereis

Board," Knapp said, "to destroy all his daughter is married, an army ) to attend. an urgent need for, a Constitu-
: dear in the state, although I find I officer. P.-T. A. Benefit Dance at Bar-, tional amendment limiting tho authority '

!\, a great many people are under this He will be succeeded by Col. JohnL. These verses, which provided a racks, 9 till? of the Supreme Court over
impression."Our laugh for Kiwanians several months
; Schley, commandant the
of army
during the trial which they describe -
: only problem lies in the removal engineering school at Fort Belvolr, ago acts of Congress? ..............................
i were read again at 'Vednesday's work and asking the cooperation of
of a limited number of deer Va. ,
., Kiwanis meeting by President, then members. Ii The above questionnaire has been

from a few remote swamp areas in Markham will remain !n Washington Ivey M. Pafford, as part of his l'e-1 A round table discussion of Kiwanis received by this newspaper from a
: Orange, Osceola, Highlands and .
?\ until he receives a new assign- marks in introducing W. W. Perryas I! work, led by Dr. 'J. W. Ezelle, national non-political organizationwhich
Glades counties and in
portions of ment from the army high command.Mr. the newly elected President of followed. Kiwanis meetings for the is Interested in feeling the
:} ., the Big Cypress Swamp in Collier I
much-
of tho country on tho
; the Club. present are being held at the Bar- opinion
r ,. : and Hendry counties. and Mrs. O. H. Roberts are t Mr. Pafford spoke of Mr. Perry's "racks each Wednesday evening. The Discussed Supreme Court questions.We .

: "Compared to the area of the leaving tomorrow morning for Jack- popularity and good sportsmanshipin hour has been changed to 7:30. would like to have the opinionof

state as a whole, the areas we propose sonville where they 'will make their the Club and predicted for hima our readers, if they are inclinedto

to clean up are so small they home in future. Mr. Roberts has most successful year. Mr. Perry replied Miss Sue Maxwell of Pahokee was give it, on the Issue. No signatureis

would appear as only, dots on the been transferred to the Jacksonville to the introduction, promis- the guest of friends here last week- wanted. Just a yes 'or no answerto
(Continued on Page 8 ) office of U. S. each question.
Engineers. ing his best service in the Club's end.
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: THE CLEWISTON NEWS,. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1937
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r.-- News Review of Current Events whatJJiVd'Mhinks "God of the 2.5"

< (gbb "Quotations"A The honor of being the most
I -A- romantic ship figurehead in
: exist-
TO CHECK' JAPAN ?
} HOW : ; one looks up too much at the ence goes to "Tecumseh" whichwas
clouds, one stumbles against stones. taken from the United States
United States Doesn't Wish to Take the Lead .. Star-gazing is very sweet and elevate navy's ship Delaware, launched in

No Peace In Labor Ranks : ing, but it is well sometimes to pickup 1820. The figurehead now standson
t V the homely flowers tbat grow the campus of the U. S. Naval
The Place of Radio. round our feet.-R. Carey. academy at Annapolis. '

MONICA, CALIF. Conduct is the great profession. To cadets it's "God of the 2.5"-
SANTA Aylesworth Behavior is the perpetual revealing that: being the academy's passing -
says of'us. What man docs tells us what mark for examinations. Brash
radio can never displace news- he is.-F. D. Huntington. indeed is the cadet who does not
papers. "Deke" is with Roy The machine has in general destroyed stand and venerate "Tecumseh"

Howard's newspapers now and something which is the most before exam time.
naturally wouldn't"care to have important factor in the life of civi The weather-beaten old Indian

: his job shot out from under him lized man, beauty and the sense of pleads with the gods of chance for
profession.-Ignace Paderewski. the; cadets in other things, too. As
.. by a loudspeaker. Most of us A wide-spreading, hopeful disposition the regiment marches off to the

27' feel that- way about our jobs, unless is our only true umbrella in this Army-Navy football game, each
we happen to be working in vale of tears.-r. B. Aldrich. company stops and solemnly sa-

some state institution, such as a I lutes "Tecumseh.

penitentiary.Radio .;

never can displace news- Gay Hostess Apron

papers displace any more milk.than milkticketscan With Poppy Motif

i The newspaperreader
chooses what fJ\ (tj ;
: : ColemanRADIANT I
WITH A
he pleases from the a ., JJ ,

day's, coverage HEATER
gratifying obituary h'a '!;: ,.. A CoICman _
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-- will brin .
notices of people he
you plenty _
didn't like; convinc- of quick ,
ing statements from peaetratiag. ,
ft-' healthful, radiant
financial wizards ex- 55. warmth
his investments like summer I -
plaining why b: t sunhine..for yL ,,, ,,
turned only 2t! an L .
after he'd "5 hour! It is ..
sour portable ..
Hull, Davis and Welles Going to Confer With '''President. bought them on ad- Irvin S. Cobb carry and we ;
vice of aforesaid it anywhere
on chilly MODEL NO.5B
wizards; and, about,once in so oft- moraiage
: UI. Piduuul ten, exciting special articles about and evening Makes and burns its own
; gas from regular untreated gasoline.
t' the Hope diamond or the William It'* just the heater for homes, office,
SUMMARIZES THE nrORLD'S WEEK Desmond Taylor case or the lure shops,etc. See this heater at your dealer's.
;, Western Newspaper of Mr. Robert Taylor. But the lis- FREE FOLDERS-Send a postcard now!
tener-in on radio must accept what THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO.
f .: May Meet In Brussels on a vital railway after three daysof somebody else already has predi- Philadelphia Dept.WU407,,Pa.Wichita.; Los Angeles Kans.; Calif.Chicago 7407).;
'. fierce fighting. However, the Chi-:
HOW far President Roosevelt is nese claimed to have strengthened, gested.'S. .
; willing to go in the effort to their positions in that region and it Making OpportunitiesWeak
V stop Japan in China is what other was reported the communist eighth The League's New Head. men wait for opportunities -

powers, especially Great Britain, route army was heavily attackingthe I TAKE back all I ever said about strong men make them.
are eager to know. The people of rear and flank of the Japanese the League of Nations being as
the United States also would like to columns in Shansi province. futile as a fly swatter in a saloon Pattern 1495.

be informed in that matter. The brawl.
Neutral the
observers thought
Flit from pantry to parlor in this
British statesmen wish 'America to Japanese conquest of North China The league has a new president'the. "hostess"
take the lead, and also they would 'would soon be complete.In Aga .Khan, who has the largest apron, so gayly ap-
like the suggested conference of the Tokyo Prince Konoye, the pre- private income on earth because pliqued with, poppies, and guestsare ACID AINAIINE
to ask how it's made!
nine-power treaty signatories to be i mier, formed a supreme war coun- 40,000,000 Mohammedans regard sure
held in Washington. This latter suggestion i cil of national leaders. him as divine and pay for the priv- Choose bright contrast for yoke,
is definitely opposed in our I ilege, often going hungry in orderto border and, poppies (the latter'spatches
capital, and so it was believed do so. And he certainly is qualified simple, their. stems in
Brussels might be selected 'as the No Peace for laborWAR 'to head a society' dedicated to outline stitch). One poppy forms
Cities in Switzer- from the pocket. Pattern 1495 containsa LUBIN'SMENTHOLCOUGH
meeting
place. between the rival factions peace-he never parted any
: land also were considered. of his wives ,except with the utmost' transfer pattern of the apron
-'y organized labor, is' and a motif 6Vi by 10% inches; a DROPS '
Mr. Roosevelt who conferred harmony.Well
with 5XRESERVE
' not going to cease in the near future." motif Ql& by 91A inches and the HELP BALANCE YOUR _
; V Secretary of State Hull, Undersecretary The C. I. O. leaders gathered in to celebrate his election, the illustrations of f
;; Sumner Welles and Norman, Atlantic Aga Khan gave the most gorgeous applique patches; ALKALINE.
W City ,for
,
W VS 1 all stitches used material re
Davis, his roving ambassador, was their first "war banquet ever staged in Geneva- quirements.Send ; ...... WHEN YOU HAVE A COLDI
represented as being strongly council," and John' 1,500 bottles of champagne and 300
averse to taking a solitary lead in L. Lewis, their pounds of caviar. 15 cents in stamps or coins
the action to check the Japanese. V (coins preferred) for this patternto Daring Hides Fear
did the
chief, revealed; Thus league justify its
.,. Apparently he preferred that the f The Sewing Circle Needlecraft Fear is often concealed' by a
plans for setting up right to existence. There were but
:. "quarantining" of nations guilty of L a permanent dual: few flies in the ointment.: Ethiopia'sdelegates Department, 82 Eighth Avenue, show of daring.Lucan.To .
w.. "international lawlessness" which New York City.
. : organization. He were either deceased 'or
,< he proposed in his Chicago speech Please write name, ad-
? condemned the sus missing, the league having'drawn your
k should be limited to a united international ry pension of the C. I. the color line, so to speak, which dress and pattern number plainly.

[i': moral stand.i i O. unions from the was more than Mussolini did.
,, The National Council for Preven- American Federation .
;,: tion of 'War, representing a part of of Labor as- JI!! OF INTEREST[ TOmE
JohnLXewis
,:';. the extreme peace sentiment in the "cowardly andcontemptible" Sick Calls De Luxe. keep food waste soft and
: United States, announced that its pAT O'BRIEN, the actor, tells this
said those
and
:. annual meeting had declared for im- one about an Irish cop at the [ HOUSEWIFE>: moving, many doctors recom-
union considered themselves now
mend Nujol-because of its
; mediate invocation of the neutrality crossing who waved a car contain-
.
and
'S. out of the federation awaited
' law which the President has not ing three priests to proceed after gentle, lubricating
further action by the federationwith ,
any Butter and Ice Cream.-
Apple
t seen fit to put in operation. The indifference.In the stop signal had gone up and action.
\; council was strongly against a boycott complete then, with harsh words, checked an- Try a scoop of vanilla ice cream
r" on Japanese goods, believing the federation convention at other driver who sought to follow topped with a spoonful. of rich Coor.IBtoo. +
Denver it taken for I
grantedthat
was brown apple butter.LatticeTopped .
: this would only aggravate the situ- along, too.
V the ten C. I. O. unions wouldbe *
E. ation. and President "But you let that other car wiih
finally expelled Pies.-Fruit and
,
t: Green announced plans for the attackon those three clergymen in it go with
berry pies lattice-style tops
Denies- "
Violations' through, protested the halted one.
Japan the rival organization in several require less baking time than the
',' great fields. The first vigorous blow "They was on their way to a sick
N A formal reply to the regular full-crust toppers.
I charges will be struck on the Pacific coastin call," stated the officer. .
of treaty violation the Tokyo for-
eign office flatly denied responsibility a drive to organize workers in "Now wait a minute' said the A Delight for the Children. INSIST ON GENUINE NUJOL

; for the Sino-Japanese conflict and I the cannery and agricultural field. citizen. "I happen to be a Catholic Next time your children want a

asserted that China not Japan, had The second battle ground will be myself and I know about those party, cook a cornstarch custard Failings in Self
violated the treaties. The antiJapanese among the white collar workers gen' things. Who ever heard of three and fill cones. Alternate every How often we find a failing in
erally and an effort to offset theC. priests going on one sick call?"
attitude and the mobilizing of spoonful or so with currant jelly another we,never see in self.
Chinese troops, said the statement I. O. maritime groups on the For a moment only the policeman and finish with jelly on top.

forced Japan to take military ac- Pacific coast was_considered. hesitated. Then he snapped: */

tion, entirely in self-defense. Japan ic- "Say, young feller, tell me this, Saves Time on Wash Day.Anold forWaterqHEAD

disclaimed any desire to annex More TVA's Opposedo you that knows so much--did you wood plane is just the thing to
,.' parts of Chinese territory, and de- never hear of a solemn high sick convert bar soap' into Shavingsthat COLDS
clared the accusing nations misun- NE of the bills which President call?" dissolve quickly. Turn the

derstand the situation. Roosevelt wants congress to plane upside down over a large Trg floc prr
--tc- push through in the expected special French Slickers. jar or other container and work ern

Italy Supports Japanese Senator session is Norris the measure creating introduced seven more by pOLICE slickers are still who trying in to roundup the soap back and forth across the p P
one day, sharp edge.
THERE was considerable doubt TVA's to preserve and develop nat- raided twenty-nine banks scatteredall .

Italy would take partin ural resources throughout the coun- over France. This reminds a Orange Fritters.-Separate two HEoTHETMEN1
the Pacific treaty conference, butit try. The .bill was approved by a fellow of 1931, when the bank examiners large navel oranges into sections.

was assumed that if it did, it senate subcommittee, but publica- were coroners simultane- ,Dip sections in batter'and fry in o

: :" v.. .. :, would defend the tion of hearings held by the house ously sitting on the mortal remainsof deep fat. Serve as accompanimentto pgOPS

f.tP'tffiJ. .;< :/ ,.1tl course pursued by committee on rivers and harbors an even larger number of Amer- roast lamb or braised pork EIETR
p. -,' /\ .. Japan in China and shows that interested departmentsof ican banks, the main difference be- chops. NOSE DROPS
r : ..:;. (W: : would do what it the government oppose the plan.In ing that these French banks were WNU Service.

r. .. ..i...?,, /AI: could to frustrate these published hearings the looted by outside parties.
"
c.i.:" .@' <:':'; the designs of the Department of, Agriculture especially I According to dispatches this job
'1{< '':'..,..< : : other conferees. excoriated the authority idea, was accomplished through fraudu-

;:i'---.M; ; /' This was assured saying that "it would permit and lent credentials for strangers pre- : ; LUc
I?\ 'l rr??r; by the.message conveyed seems even to propose duplicationby senting forged drafts. But I beg ,
4:'.... to the Tokyo the conservation authorities ofa leave to doubt that part, remem-
",f ....F"d ./ -J; government by Gia- large part of the work of the bering when I turned up at various

ambassador to Ja- _iL- identifications and a perfectly

Auriti pan. According to Court Upholds Black good letter of credit. What excite- ,
a Japanese news ment then on the part of the cashier
agency, Auriti promised Kensuke FOR the present, at any rate,. (spade beard) and what deep distress I ADVERTISED BARGAINS I
Horinouchi, Japanese vice foreigr Hugo L. Black's seat on the Supreme for the president (trellis
minister that "Italy will nevei court bench is secure. The whiskers) and what stifled moans
spare general support to Japan." court refused to permit Albert from the board of directors (assorted -
-- Levitt, former federal judge in the beavers) when, finally they had
remember that
Japs Win Big Battle Virgin Islands and Patrick Henry to fork over. Why you can wrecka OUR readers should always our
Kelly' of Boston to contest the legality perfectly good bank here in less community merchants cannot afford to adver-

DISPATCHES from Shanghai said of Black's appointment. The time than it takes to get a certified tise a bargain unless it is a real bargain. They do

Japanese forces in north ruling was announced by Chief Jus- check for $9.75, less exchange, advertise bargains and such advertising means
China had won a big victory in tice Hughes who said the two men cashed in a French provincial bank.
Hopei province, breaking through did not have sufficient interest in I IRVIN s. COBB. money saving to the people of the community.

the Chinese lines at ShichiachuangGiacinto the litigation. I c>WNU Service.




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I I I Radio WavesThe

) --------IMPROVED------- Three ASK ME O A Quiz With Answers longest time that has ever

UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL Typesof \ Offering Information elapsed betwen the sending and
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1f ANOTHER on Various Subjects receiving of a radio signal is four
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B minutes and twenty seconds. If,
SUNDAY OverweightBy as it is said, radio waves have a
II'' [Lesson 1. What American statesman 7. How many cabinet memberswere I velocity of 186,000 miles a second,
was the grandson of a king? there in the first President's' this particular
By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. 2. How much does a single inchof cabinet? signal may have
Dean of the Moody Bible.Institute traveled
of Chicago. DR. JAMES W. BARTON rain over an acre weigh? Answers 48,360,000 miles, or a dis-
Western Newspaper Union. Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service. Over a square mile? tance equivalent to almost 2,000

3. How many wars Dave there 1. Charles Bonaparte, a mem- trips around the earth.Collier'sWeekly.
ber of Theodore Roosevelt's cab-
about nine of been since the signing of the .
Lesson for October 24 every inet.
WHILE
Armistice in 1918?
overweights acquire 2. A inch
4. Do Chinese surnames single of rain weighs
pre-
CHRISTIAN RENEWAL their excess fat from overeat- cede or follow the given names? 113 tons an acre, or 72,300 tonsa Brahms, Mendelssohn, Rachman..
inoff, Von Bulow and Max
mile.
ing and underexercising, thereis 5. Who was the author of "Giveme square Reger.
LESSON TEXTTitus 3111. 3. There have been 17 wars since 7. Three: secretaries of state, at '
GOLDEN TEXT-For the grace of God the one in ten that is entitledto men to. match my moun- .
that bringeth salvation hath appeared to tains"? r November 11, 1918. first called foreignaffairs treas-
all men.-Titus 2:11.: the care and treatment: that 4. They precede. and The
PRIMARY TOPIC-The Good 6. Name some famous musi- ury war. attorney gen
JUNIOR TOPIC-In His Likeness.Shepherd. will, to some degree, rid,him or cians who had the gift of abso- 5. Samuel Foss. eral and postmaster general were

I r A INTERMEDIATE New Life in Christ.AND SENIOR-_TOPIC- her of much of their surplus fat. lute pitch. 6. Among them are Mozart, not at first given cabinet rank.

YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC- This one is known as the gland

Renewed Life Through Christ. type and the overweight is due

The pastoral epistles, of which to lack of activity of the thyroid

Titus is one, were written by Paul to gland in the-neck, the pituitary BROKE

his young brethren in the faith who gland lying on the floor of the RECORDS
had been called to the ministry' of SPEED
the gospel to instruct them concern- skull, or, in a few cases, the sex 81

three glands gonads and ovaries.
ing important matters-(1) 10U
Church order and organization, (2) Sometimes there is a lack of SAfER fOR

; '\ sound doctrine and (3) holy living. activity in two or more of these MAKE TIRES

I The third chapter of Titus, our different glands.Thus TO
i : I lesson for today, deals with the life
of believers in Christ in their rela- when the thyroid gland in
the neck is manufacturing
not
tion to unbelievers. The great underlying -
reason why Christians enough juice thereis Never Before Have .rva
certain
should conduct themselves in meek- usually a

ness and humility toward others is r amount or degree of Been Put to ..r ;... ,; r
what is called"myxoedema Tires <
that who \
except for. God's grace we "
bear the name of Christ would be, rt. the Gruelling i
.; ; name given to a Such
and indeed were before our regeneration -
'I just like the unbeliever. .A condition where the I
skin is thickened,
j We shall best study our lesson, Torture
I'' therefore, by considering first of all dry and rough to the
: v. 3 which indicates the lost condition touch, and the perspiration -.1

t I of man by nature, then follow L 3 is almost ,t
,
', absent. The
him through the miracle of redeem- entirely

ing grace, vv. 4 to 7, and finally see mind and the senses "
him in 1 2. Dr. Barton are blunted, mem-. '
as a living testimony vv. ,
ory is poor, and _
I and 8 to 11. h
Estabhs es
: :
there are obscure pains in the legs; Wortd's Safest Driver, r
I. Lost-by Nature (v. 3). p Ab_ Jenkins, Speed,
of the Safety, i
and all the movements bodyare Records for '
It is not that is
a pleasant picture 87 New 3,774 f
I painted in the graphic words of this slow and languid."As 4? I Mileage and Endurance .,He Drove !

verse, but, remember, it is God'spicture a result of this lack of juice 24 Hours on the Sharp G.onite-lik. I I
in
increase in the bulkof Miles Salt Beds a I t
there follows an AT evill. 'II
of the unbeliever. He is said 01 he Bonn ylI'
SPEEDS as high as 180 miles an Surface Hour
non-elastic
to be "foolish"-that is, irrationaland the body, with a firm, M. of 157.24/ 7 Miles an
senseless in his course of liv- swelling of the skin which does not hour with the hot, coarse, abrasive salt Kw. ,Average Speed

ing. He is "disobedient" to the pit when pressed with the end of grinding, tearing, scorching his tires -Ab r rt

law of God. He is "deceived," lit- the finger. The face loses some of Jenkins' special racer, weighing nearly I t',

I erally "out of the way," misled by its expression. The temperatureand three tons, pounded over the BonnevilleSalt I'
Satan. He thinks his pleasures and pulse are below normal, and Beds at such terrific speed that it caused L i,,

lusts are serving him, but alas, he there is" a tendency toward consti- the surface to break up. Before the end of / !

is only a slave' in bondage to and pation. the run the track was so pitted and rough /49'
serving them. Such a life can only The above description is, of that it was almost impossible to hold the

result in a man's becoming hateful course, for 'severe cases, but you car on its course. Yet Jenkins set 87 new
(; to his fellowmen. They in turn are may see some little part of the World, International and American speed ,
in all where
r above symptoms cases
f hateful to him, and so he hates records Firestone Tires.
the gland is not making on
them. Thus the whole world be- thyroid
And these Building tires capable of establishingsuch
comes a hateful place where men enough thyroid juice. in i
ii I are "living in malice and envy." cases due to lack of thyroid juice, records is made possible by patented

'l : How we thank God that we need the extra fat is deposited all over Firestone manufacturing processes. These

'I not stop at this point. Man is by the outside and inside of the body. I' exclusive features enable, Firestone to

I nature lost in sin-but he may be The Pituitary Type. provide car owners with extra safe tires.

II. Saved-by Grace (vv. 4-7)). The type of overweight when the For the greatest protection equip your 'irestoie
How sweet are these three wordsin pituitary gland on the floor of the car with Firestone TRIPLE-SAFE'Tires. By
the sinner's Saved enough HIGH SPEED TIRE
manufacturing
ears by skull is not TRIPLE-SAFE we mean -
grace, not works, and made heirsof juice is found as often in men as
eternal life. in women and the excess fat is distributed 1 J PROTECTION AGAINST SKIDDING rye 3.75-18....... .$ 7.85

1. "Not by works" (v. 5). Some- over the shoulders, chest, -The scientific tread design stops your 4.50-21,.,....,. 1O.05 ,

one has said that man is determinedby abdomen, upper arms and upper car up to 25 % quicker. h1 4.75-19......... 1O.6O )

one means or another to claim legs, but not over the forearms and PROTECTION AGAINST BLOWOUTS 'a, 5.00-19..,...,. II.4O I

salvation by his good works. To do lower legs. 2 -The Firestone patented GumDippingprocess 5.25-17......... 12.25

so may flatter the flesh, but it This pituitary type of overweight counteracts internal friction and 5.25-18,,.,...:. 12.7O

surely finds no support whatever in begins just before puberty (twelve heat that blowouts 5.50-16......... 13.75
ordinarily cause
Scripture. We are to work for Christ years of age in girls and fourteen in 'S. r 5.50-17......... 13.95

because we are saved, and after we boys) and commonly attracts atten- 3 PROTECTION AGAINST PUNCTURES 5.50-18........ 143O
are saved, but no man can be tion because the great amount of -Two extra layers of Gum-Dipped cords 6.00-16. ....... 1555
saved by works. starch foods-sugar, candy, bread, under the tread give extra protection against.
2. "By his grace" (v. 7). God potatoes, 'pastry-that the young- punctures. Older Sizes Proportionately Low

shows his unspeakable kindness and sters are able to eat. Make your car. tire-safe for, fall and winter r.

love toward man-saving him by Even in this type of overweightthe the Firestone SAVE A LIFE Firestone Dealer Firestone
driving.Join Campaign today by letting your or
grace, through Jesus Christ. Grace
food intake should be reduced, I
Auto and Service Store with of FIRESTONE TRIPLE-SAFE
has well been defined as "unmerited but in addition to cutting down on Supply equip your car a set new
Tires-the safest tires that can buy!
favor. We deserve but the money
just the food intake, there is another or
condemnation of our sin, and God extra method of reducing and thatis
YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO DRIVE WITHOUT
in his mercy saves us, through faithin by the use of thyroid extract: in EXTRA POWERBATTERY

his Son. the thyroid type, pituitary extractin
"Made heirs" (v. 7)). Saved the pituitary type, and the use F1RSTOfE TRIP LI-SAFE TIRES
,L_ now? Yes, thank God! Satisfied? of both extracts when both glandsin Ask About
9 Yes, praise his name! But there the body are not manufacturing Last year highway accidents cost the lives of more than 38,000 men, women and I Our .
: is children and a million more were injured!
more yet to come. We who det enough juice. 0.
served only God's judgment are now More than 40,000 of these deaths and injuries were caused directly by punctures ("Changeover"Price
made heirs of an eternal hope. 'Tis blowouts and skidding due to smooth worn, unsafe tires!
Flatulence in Children.A .
indeed no small thing to be a childof
t few ago when an infant
God. years .. Left it a section from Left h a section clltfroanewFiresJoneTire.Note es AUTO RADIO
Now--we are ready to had an attack of gas (flatulence) \t } f a smooth, worn tire,
approach and colic very little was thought or the thick, non-skid / with non-Aid protection 8" Dynamic
in the right spirit the admonition to protection against worn off. Tires m this Speaker.
live out salvation done about it, except perhaps to blowouts and punctures. condition are liable to
our as a daily give a little "peppermint water," Come in and set a punctures, blowouts and $3995 ":;
testimony to others.III. demonstration. / skidding..q .
and sometimes, unfortunately, some Include
.
Witnessing, by Holy Livingvv. Unlrtrsa
( 1, 2, 8-11). paregoric or laudanum. Today the Control Head
mother visits or consults her physi- da/N TlFFIRESTONE Custom BuUt Dish Mounting AviDable
The young preacher Titus is'told
cian-usually child's specialistand -
to "put them in mind" to be a CAR HEATER
asks what change she must
1. Subject to rulers (v. 1). True make in the diet to prevent the gas

patriotism (and we did not spell symptoms. The modern mother, sig9s
it "pay-triotism") stands very close knows that when there is vomiting, (8
to godly living. National leaders Custom FitDetroatea
pain, belching of gas, constipationor AviOibli For
would do well to recognize that the diarrhoea there is something c MpgIGN 1 FopulM Ctrl
decay of our national life will follow "wrong" with the diet. 70D4Y

the decadence of spiritual life. A These symptoms of indigestionare
man who is right with God will be usually due to excess fermentation -
right with his fellowmen, and a no- in the stomach and intestine
ble and useful citizen. which is made worse by food con-
2. Meek and kind to all men (v. 2). taining too much sugar or too much
Meekness is not weakness. Gentler fat; so the treatment first given is
r... ness is the attribute of strong men to cut down on sugar and fat.
: and women. While many remedies will give a
r" 3. Maintaining good, avoiding evil considerable relief in these cases-
(vv. 8-11)). It is the tendency of baking soda, magnesia, peppermintwater
man to divorce morals from religion tincture of ginger-the best r r ,
r.. to profess a faith which does treatment, as mentioned above, is
not touch his daily life. Let us af- to use a diet that will not cause gas
firm "constantly" and "confidently" or colic.
(as the R. V. has it) that those- Often the youngster l is able to expel Linen to the Voice of Firestone featuring Margaret Sp*&* Moiufcy evening over NatiormUe N.B.C.Red Network

r, who believe in God should "be care- the gas readily and no treat-
,s ful to maintain good works"-yes, ment or change of diet seems nec
,'' and at the same time to "avoid" essary; but, if not, some distensionof It'll You to Read Our Advertisementsf
:' that which is "foolish," contentious, the bowel takes place and this Pay
'' "unprofitable and vain." pressure is what is known as colic.
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1 PAGE FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1037

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The Clewiston News OPEN FORUM sive hobby. of our .so-called Allies hate us because -' Now if you ask me, we've got
they owe us money. We sacri-\ plenty of business to tend to right

Things we don't particularly like ficed the lives of our youth, gathered here in cur own country without

I'ubllshed every Friday in Clewiston, Community Church, -Milk trucks at 5:30 a. m. with a lovely harvest of cripples and, goin' 7,000 miles out of our way

Florida by the CLEWISTON NEWS!, Clewiston, Florida. brakes that squeak. Dogs, includingour gold star mothers, and provided sen- tryin' to butt into somebody else's .,,'

Inc. October 19, 1937.. own, that bark. ators, congressmen and lower orders and If, as Franklin says, we can't :.-

The Clewiston News, .of political orators with an opportunity -,keep out of trouble anyhow, all right
KKATHLEV BOWDEX, Editor Clewiston, Florida. Business around the lake is on to "say a few words" at I I let's stay here and PREPARE for it.

Dear Editor: the up and up. Beans are going to the dedication of numerous war memorials i It's a lot easier to put a fire out If

Entered as second class mail matter The article in your paper in a recent market, and everyone watching the erected to the sacred memory I you're at home when .it starts thanit
February' 1, 1927, at the Post Office h, clouds. There are millions of beans of our BOYS. is if you happen to be over in
Clewisl, Florida, under the Act or Issue quoted from the Palm I
growing. If some of them are drowned Now it I the other side of town, tryin' to tell
:March 3, 1897.Sub.criptton Beach Sun and signed by A. S. Bus- seems to me that before I
sey was of special Interest to me. by a heavy rain, the rest will we start out on another campaign Cousin Willie he's wrong and Effie's

Kate $2.00 Per Vcnr.AtUertNinff There was nothing especially new bring higher prices, but suppose it's to save the world and "do somethin'I right-all, of which is none of your
your beans and not the other fel- about" the situation in business.
China
to or
Ilntcs On Application. in what was said but it seemed : I
be a restatement of some old facts. lows that drown? That's the suspense Spain or some other distant portionI Instead of tryin' to build a fence

How fine It fould be if all the peo-I of Everglades farming. ; the globe, it might be a good ideato I around some other country, let's
Devoted to the advancement and, wel- Saturday three cars were sold at I I sit down and "count I stay home and build a damn good
our change"and
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. ple in Clewiston would attend wor-
Lake Harbor. Two sold ore around our own, with anti aircraft
for
$1.65 a whether -
ship every Sunday that health and II see or not we think our
Then it started and guns, an air fleet second to
other circumstances would permit. hamper. raining, last investment in making the world
Slot machines which flourished in Church going Is the testimony of the wise owner of the rest of the safe was worthwhile and profitable.Now none, and a navy adequate to pro-

the Everglades (and everywhereelse the one who goes that he. believes in. beans kept stalling for time, and 1 I'm sorry for: the poor Chin- tect both coasts and the Panama

) before they became legal, have the things for which the church : finally offered them for sale after a amen just like I was sorry for the Canal. It's been my experience that

apparently been removed perman- stands. Thosd who are promoting the. steady two-hour rainfall, and" the poor Belgians. I hate war just as most folks hesitate a long time be-

ently since becoming illegal again. program of the church are doing the price was $1.75.. much as :Mr. Roosevelt does, butI fore they start pickin' a quarrel with

May ,their absence be prolonged. best they can with what they haveat II don't see where my grabbin' a gun I a guy they KNOW then can't lick.

their disposal. If you are not attending Judge Gruff-have you anythingto and rushin' off to see how many guys

David Sholtz, former Governor of the church, you will add to offer the court before sentence is I can kill ,before I get bumped off, 'I Heavy Rain Squall

Florida, has opened law offices in the resources of the institution by passed on you? is gonna do either me or China a

the Woodward Building in Washington becoming a regular church attend- Prisoner Meek-No, your honor, whole helluva lot of good. I Saturday AfternoonMoore

where* he plans to spend most of ant. my lawyer took my last dollar. Of course Franklin din't say

his time. He announced that ne There ,are some of us who believe in' about our goin' to war. In nuth-I:
would maintain, however, his officeIn that newspaper advertising is the "FLORIDA HAS A VOICE' I he said he hated war, but ( Haven Democrat I ,

the Graham Building in Jackson- best publicity that. can be found and turns right around and starts sayina 3.85 inches of rainfall was recorded ,

ville. i church workers are always encouraged -I The thought that America cannot! lot of nasty things about Japan here Saturday afternoon in the
I
I I when the press comes forward escape her responsibilities in world and suggests that we call a meetin'of rain and wind squall which\ struck

So long as we love, we serve. So with something favorable to Christ-I affairs 'by assuming a position of the Ladies Sewin' Circle, gossip shortly before dark, the hardest rain

long as we are loved by others I Ian work. It is to be hoped that many complete isolation, as expressed !by some more about our neighbor, and : and one of the highest winds recorded -

would almost say we are indispen- will do as Mr. Bussey suggests, 'You President Roosevelt in his recent decide whether or not to stick up here this year.A .

sible;' and no man is useless whilehe go to your church next Sunday andI Chicago speech, served to disturbthe our nose next time we meet her on shower at noon brought a fraction -

has a friend.-Robert Louie will go to my church next Sunday." complacency of those who up to I the street. ..I' of the rainfall for the day but

Stevenson. Very respectfully yours, that moment had considered the Right away. old Uncle Sam is a. the bulk of it occurred during an
Sino-Japanese affair In the light of hour and fifteen minute period. The
big
FOREST shot and a great guy. Even the
C. TAYLOR.
A CURE FOR HAY FEVER a remote and distant disturbance en-I most hopeful diplomat wasn't look- wind had a sustained velocity of

T tirely beyond our sphere of influ- in' for a break like that NOTall thirty miles per hour and a peak

Three years ago an Abilene man, ence or concern. I they have to do' is all gather 'round velocity of fifty-two miles per hour.
a hay fever victim for years, began 'doing it correctly and have to start Our hopes for peace, emphasizedby and slap old Sam on the back, tell I[ Lightning was also severe and city

attending Sunday school. He has not ,all over again. And here a French the phrase "America hates war", I him what a swell and noble chap he i| lights were knocked out for a few

had hay fever since. Which may be authority says the Duchess of Windsor appear less assuring when the possibility -i j! is, push a pen in his hand, say "sign j minutes by a bolt of lightning. Some

worthy of consideration among the who must be superlatively arises that to obtain that ob here" and before most of us know hail, was reported in outlying disI -

large number of sufferers who have charming, reveals the fact that she jective may mean to fight for it. what's happened, we'll be one of the I I tricts.
tried else.HortonKans. is an American when she walks.! Nevertheless, the first lap of our
everything gang, in too deep to back out and I
( .) Headlight. Otherwise, If we are to believe him, perilous future course has been set. .
then it will be up to us to fight their
she has all the charm and grace of Together with those other nations IS' YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID?
fool war and pay for it besides. I
the most charming and graceful con- whose signatures are affixed to the
SMALL TOWN ADVICE
Inental. The proper walk, we are Nine Power Treaty we must take

T told, is "single-footing", which our seat at the conference table to I
Life in the small town with Its I
richness of good fellowship is far I' means that the feet are placed in a :' determine what, if anything, is to I II
straight line-one directly In front be done about it.
than I I
more to be desired life in the
of the other. So If you see a miss While the president in his speech
city.with its characteristic aloofness. ROSE BUSHES
struggling down the sidewalk all has opened the way for discussion,
Al-
Such is the opinion of William I
philosopher alone, she Is neither woozy or crazy future decisions as to our international -
len White, the editor and -
-she Is merely imagining a book and action will
policy largely I
Emporia I l
of the Kansas Gazette
on her head and straight line down become a matter for the congress to 15% DISCOUNT UNTIL NOVEMBER 1st.
and in which millions will concur.
the sidewalk. And if you think It's decide. .
He '
says:
easy, try It yourself. Comforting to Floridians shouldbe Two year field grown-budded on rootstocks that are adapted to r
"It is one of the major blessingsof -
the that the Florida soils and climatic conditions. .
modern civilization that the small ,knowledge sitting on '- ," "
And this is the story of which Foreign Relations Committee of the
town has practically eevry one of SHIPI'I'\1G: N:01ti1: \
Dick Hall Is everlastingly stuck. He United States Senate is our Junior
the blessed advantages that the '
cities know, and the small town 'told it himself. It's about a dog biting Senator, Claude Pepper, a man of Red Radiance '." Pres. Hoover Frau Karl Druschki

him. A dog in Lake Harbor. And the people, sincere, able, courag- '
lacks every discomfort which the I' Golden Ophelia E.. G. Hill Red American Beauty
the dog died. But what makes Dick !
eous, firm in his convictions and
city makes inevitable for its inhabi- Talisman CaledoniaLuxembourg
Lady Hillingdon
mad when he tells the'story is that proven in his judgment.
tants. In addition to that, the country -
townsman finer and nobody seems surprised.The Himself a veteran, the fruits of Pink Radiance ; Etoil de Hollande
has a sweeter .
relation with his fellows, and he war in all their hideous aspects, Briarcliff ... Padre K. A. Victoria
prairie is never prettier at stand out in mind of I
clearly the
has an opportunity to develop as an Shell Radiance F. S. Key Pink Columbia
this season when the yellow brown-
this young statesman. From his
individual, and take leadership, If '
he will, and be somebody among hlu I eyed Susans (or their wild cousins) heart echoes the hate of this mon- REPAID .
fellows." are abloom. The usual monotony of strous thing as it beats in the minds
21e Each 12 $9.25 50 $17.50 100
$2.35
per per per
,, prairie is and of
, :. scenery gone acres and heart of all Americans.He ? .

brillIant orange gives color to' the can be depended upon to think You may' send cash with order or wo will ship C. O.'D. just as you
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.:'.:NMNM:-MHNNN":NNNMNNN":Nn, "i: landscape. clearly, reason logically, act firmly pi cf er.

yet cautiously, to the end that peaceof
t' There must be a bit of poet in all I
RAMBLINGS 1 the world and the welfare of the SUPERIOR ROSE NURSERIES
:" of us. Cy Cruze and Parker Wilson -'
nation will be advanced. .

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.'"'.-' the world series the
Queen
:-, We open this week with apologies gwnuliIIf iif31t761aQiglALi6l10EUCltZ8215
to Fritz Wright, new commander Mary the Jack Dempsey .

:.:.::: and his buddies of the American Legion the Army-Columbia game all Too Late To ClassifyBy

,;{'. for the omission last week of the pleasure think and fun in the worldyou'd : : : : :..: :..: ;O': :..H : : : :.:..: : : : : : :..: :..H..:..:..:.: :..: : :..:.. : : : :..:
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the story of the installation meet- < cRpssell Kay .
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: what do you suppose they said: "The
ing held in LaBelle on Tuesday ,'. J 'i'
t drive through the Catskills from I I .. '.
; night. The Hendry County News IB.H 0MHHHHHHHCHnnHHBaaCHKBBNow : I I :
3'' New York up to West Point was I Y
agreed to furnish the story to,us and
we wrote a' note to the Glades the prettiest thing we saw. It was I'm no diplomat and I've

;,''- .' Printing company to check and see worth all the rest of the trip put to- been kept busy enough worryin' jCLEWISTON 60LFj iL
t gether." relations to much
that the story was In. And then itwasn't. about my own give

The Hendry County News thought to "foreign" ,ones, but I've
.;: attended the Legion celebration Miami Beach as limited the had enough experience with human 1
wearing of bathing suits to relations to have learned that one
t,: and the Glades Printing company a strIp j
}.:,: celebrated the arrival of their first along the beach. Claude Downs of the easiest ways to get messedup COURSE

'::.":' born, so we guess we'll forgive them who was down there recently says in a sure enough scrap is to start H

: .,' both. And hope the Legionnaires will the surf is really wonderful now. buttin'' Into other folks affairs and .; '{:; i. I
,:" also. go callin' people n mes. ;

,{ I We are wondering at so many Now the other day you and me ..t..
:
Emmett Shelley jumps into the Clewiston visitors in Fort Myers and I and a hundred million other Americans I YI :

ranks of local Hall of Fame guys by found out. There Is a new Sears I let ourselves get out of hand I .

breaking par on the Clewiston golf Roebuck store there. We looked.Int and started shoutin' insults and call-' I y

.: course. We don't know whether it's and prowled around the other day I In' names so loud the whole cock-

,;; the cigarettes he smokes or the I ourselves. But were disappointed.. It eyed world heard it.

breakfast food he consumes-according -! Isn't nearly as much fun as a cata-I If you think it was just Mr. Roos- I II IIt.
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to the advertising world it'' logue., I evelt and the State Department i[ Open to the Public I

must be one or the other. It's just I I frothin' at the mouth, you're crazy.

f barely possible that consistent prac- We note with pleasure ( ???) that Them noble and indignant remarks ,. .}
tice and steady improvement had the Social Security board Is considering -I were yours and mine and your Aunt I Y

something to do with It. Being a a complete change of Social Emma's, and we are the ones who I Y(

: modest person Emmett doesn't attribute Security forms. Just when everyoneIs will have to. "eat our words" or *

c his success to anything.-In used to the other. Some govern- "back 'em up" in the event some- )
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fact, he doesn't call it success, and ment agency or other wants a form body should decide they don't like :.:.: ;. 'i':

we had to hear about it from some- filled out every time you turn 'em.A v .;" [ -- ':"

one else, and then ask all sorts of around-a Social Security form, a few years back, if you recall, ::: '. ::
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inquisitive questions before we census, an unemployment report, an we stuck out our national neck just Y

:, found out anything more. But it faa Income tax report, a capital stock like we're doin' now.. With a halo :.!_: I Moderate Green Fees .:;.: .. ,

record for an amateur golfer, and report, etc., till we feel fairly smoth- about our heads we galloped off .. I .

we are all proud of It. ered with theVn. across the Atlantic to "do somethin' :: Exceptional Fairways =i=

about a mess" and "Make the World 'I

We Americans must have an atro.. The Post Office must be playing Safe for Democracy.". :;: Interesting Greens =f

cious walk. All Hollywood pross Surprises. Every time we buy a I'll admit it seems like a good .%:1
_,.: agents keep harping on the train stamp it's a new design. A three idea at the time, but what did Itj I 'i.l

ing of an actress-they walk for 1 1 eent stamp seldom looks like a I get us? And how safe did we make] -
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;. hours If' with a book on their head. three cent stamp any more. Soon the world? It was the war, you will :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-.:..:..:":":":":": :":":"'.'':''''.'''.'''.''''.'''.'''.''.'''".'':''-7''.'':.'.
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': .............................-...... ........................ ...:..:"...... Mrs. J. A. McGehee attended a Is awaiting a new army assignment. LUTHER LOWE IS GIVEN
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II' ) meeting of the district 8 state welfare Captain Selee was in charge of the FAREWELL PARTY TUESDAYA .

,j.J: _; Personal Mention board held in Fort Myers on sub-office of U. S. Army Engineers party was Counselor and Attorney at Law :.'J

f Thursday. C. C. Codrington, state in Clewiston for two years. farewell given Tues
. . . . . Hopkins Building
Cr I m' 1....N N.N.N N N.N N.N.1'N N.N.N.N..1.N.N N.N N.N.N N.1 welfare director, was present at the day evening at the home of Mr. and Wednesdays and Saturdays

1l I meeting. Mrs. L. L. Lowe in Hooker's PointIn '
L. C. Sturgiss was in Okeechobee CLEWISTON COMMUNITY 9:30 to 4:00 1
honor of Luther Lowe, who is .
yesterday on buisness. CHURCH .
Miss Eunice Meredith and her leaving Saturday for Norfolk, Va.,

sister-in-law, Mrs. Zerney Meredithand to enter. the navy. Luther recently ,., oi
Carl Johnson spent the week-end Forest C. Taylor, Minister. 'J
t daughter, Patsy Meredith, left signed up for a four years' enlist: "'.
visiting in Sarasota. Sunday school every Sunday \
\ Tuesday for Jacksonville. They will ment and has received orders to report .;
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morning at 9 : 45. Dr. J. W. Ezelle, .
visit Miss Meredith's sister, Mrs. R. to Norfolk early next week. CHANGE RENT RECEIPTS .
Miss Mae Whitten spent the week- superintendent.Junior ,"
)
H. Rowan.Mr. I Attending the party were Misses .:
end with her parents in Sarasota.E. church service 10:45 to
Hazel Prince, Sandy Welles, Mae :.
11:00: a. Miss Christine Pearson "a/
m.
and Mrs. J. E. Johnson, former Lily Stone, Clarice Lammons, Ber-
business visi- '
L. Stewart was a of Lake Worth will address the jun-
,
tor in Fort Myers Tuesday. residents of Clewiston who have iors. nice O'Neal, Neily Geiger, Dorothy M'I

been living in LaBelle for the past Bethea, Christine Bell, Dorothy
Following the junior service Miss Hare, Billie Hooker, Florence Slon- .
visited 1
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bigg were year, friends here Monday be-
Pearson wishes to meet all the mem- aker, Kathleen Chapman, Violet
Sunday visitors in West Palm Beach. fore leaving for Jacksonville where
I they will make their home in ''future. bers of the Clewiston ,Christian En- Bethea, Mrs. Emma Ezelle and q

deavor Society for a short. confer- Sandy Bell, Merrell Lowe, Don Car-
Woodrow Par-
Julius Moon and J
I ence. Mack Fullwood Rob- '
'isle Charles
sons were visitors here from LaBelle Floyd Searcy of Gainesville spent' .
Junior choir Monday evening at erts, Bob Harris, Jack Keene, Jack :
Tuesday evening.Mrs. Wednesday in Clewiston on business.Mr. I 1
7:00. Wynn, Jimmy Holland, Boe Lolly
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PLAN
:! Searcy is representative of a I '
Regular meeting of the Christian Dick Minims, Harold Adams, T. L. BUDGET '
,
Richard Hooks and Mrs. E. national jewelry manufacturer and i I OUR J
Endeavor Society Monday at 8:00. Waldron, jr., Ed Ward, and Mr. and
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in Fort called the interest jsu
M. Cornette were shopping at school building to r
Miss Florence Graham will have Mrs A. W. Lawrence. ,In
Myers Tuesday. the members of the senior
charge of the program "
class in ordering class rings. I
,Miss Bernice O'Neal spent Satur- Junior Christian Endeavor meet- It is as simple as it sounds
I LOST Finder Elizabeth
ing Wednesday at 3:30. Mrs. O. A. : return ,to
too. All you need is a modest .
day in South Bay' visiting* Miss' Zelda Mrs. R. B. Broadfoot is leavingtomorro'w Jones in charge. Winn brown case from Moore's, down payment.Then the balance .:

i Smith. for her home in Florence, Choir rehersal Thursday evening West Palm Beach, containing horn is spread over a period :,'

i I Alabama, after a visit of>a few'' weeks at 8:00. rim glasses. Lost between her home repayable monthly just like ;

II I : ,3 R. Y. Patterson returned Saturday with her son, A. R. Broadfoot and Evening prayer and sermon Sua- and school building. rent. No worry, no bother- y(
and have to
J 1 from. a business trip to Wash- family on the government reserva- day at: 7:45. Mr. Taylor will speakon show you for your money.something }-
ington. tion. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Broadfootwill
the subject, "Long Views' From Whether your income is small
accompany her to West Palm NORGE REFRIGERATORS
Spiritual Altitudes. or large, you can find the 1
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharn- Beach to board the train. The public is Very cordially invit- Furniture and Home Furnishings exact home for the amount '.'

berg spent Saturday and Sunday in I ed to worship in the Community PHILCO RADIOS you can afford monthly. If

West Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith an- Church. you want to build, use our !
Home Owners' Consultation
nounce the arrival of a son in Savannah I Household Furnishings Service for ideas-without

Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Roberts were Thursday, October 21st. The I obligation. Learn now how
CATHOLIC CHURCH
business visitors in Tampa Satur- baby weighed 8 pounds, 8 ounces. Inc. easily you can own your homeat

day. Mrs. Smith has been visiting her present favorable prices.
(Father J. F. Walsh, Pastor)
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. BELLE GLADE. FLORIDA
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Curry and / :Mass every Sunday at St. Marg
month.
Howard for the past They
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle were :Monday visitors aret's Church, Clewiston, is at 8:30a. :
were joined recently by Mr. Smith. :1
r in West Palm Beach. m. On the last Sunday of the L. B. Mershon Clewiston Federal .
month at 10:30: a. m.

Mrs. H. A. Laud and her brother, Friends of Captain and Mrs. Richardson Baptisms by appointment. Visi- AGENT Savings and Loan
Selee who resided
formerly
Halson Avant were visitors in West' tors welcome. tf 'i
Clewiston, will be interested to New York Life

Palm Beach Saturday. f know that Mrs. Selee and the child- .. AssociationOCTOBER i it

ren have taken a home in OrlanJo Insurance CompanyARCADIA t
Mrs. Vivian Smith is spending SUBSCRIBE TO THE NEWS
for the winter, while Captain Selee FLORIDA I' 1
several weeks with her sister, Mrs.V. .. f 1f

N. Greer in South Bay. -

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Mr. and :Mrs. Paul Rardin of y J t tIt'
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Canal Point were Sunday visitors in i

Clewiston.R. .-
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H. Wilson of Bonita Springs

spent Wednesday in Clewiston visit- ,

ing Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson. CHEVROLET PRESENTS THE '

Styling ai different as H k
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i r. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt were 1 1 I 1 beautiful., for this bigger- ;:>

r I business visitors Thursday in West looking, better-looking ; :
a J {
Palm Beach. NEW 1 1938 CHEVROLET

low-priced car ,.i}!':=,:,.

Mr. and Mrs. Otis A. Jones and

daughter, Marianne, spent the weekend f1 r f---;
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with friends and relatives in THE CAR OF LOW PRICE THAT BRINGS YOU THE NEWEST, MOST <

Miami. '' % Smooth-powerful-positive -

MODERN, MOST UP-TO-DATE MOTORING ADVANTAGES 1 the safe brakes
Miss Ulla Jacobsen, Miss Evelyn I
for modem travel ; ;
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Schutz, Mrs. Louise Bowers and \ !

Jones Bryan were LaBelle visitors Chevrolet cordially invites you to visit your giving maximum motoring 4

Sunday. nearest Chevrolet dealer and inspect the finest protection.

motor Chevrolet has produced-the'"' '
car ever
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Bryant Bowden and Mrs. B. O.
;
Bowden of Okeechobee were guestsof I new Chevrolet for 1938-the car that is complete. ,,,,

Mr. and Mrs. K. Bowden Tues- t '
To see and drive this smart, dashing car is > (WITH SHOCKPROOP
day. STEERING)
to know you'll be ahead with a Chevrolet to _,
So safe-so comfortable

Dale Fox of West Palm Beach has \.J. own it is to save money all ways because, 1 -so different ..-. "the !

moved to Clewiston and is employed 1 I I world's finest ride,'.,
: again in 1938 as for 27 years, the Chevrolet = t r c
at the Seminole Drug DepartmentShop.
i trade-mark is the symbol of sat' ngs. ,. fasfFv; : : :r>:.. .
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(WITH SAFETY GLASS t
CHEVROLET MOTOR DIVISION s4" h a \ i. b ALL AROUND)
Mrs. R. George, Mrs. Gratton '
General Motor Sale Corporation \ Interiors
lighter,
Larger -
George and Mrs. Charles Roberts DETROIT, MICHIGAN ( -
brighter colors-and Unl-
business visitors in '
Saturday
were ,J '
,- Central Motor Installment Plan-monthly pay
Fort Myers.::; ,ff' .....:, menu to suit your purie. A Central Motor I clue I 1 steel construction, making

'r'. ';, .... a: .< "'s+ > each body a fortress of

,Mrs. B. C. Flaniken, Mrs. I. M. safety.

Pafford, Bevoly and Betty Carol Sw,'

Flaniken were Saturday visitors in I.

\ Fort Myers. Giving the most efficient

combination of power, '

of Misses Roberta George and Sandy economy and depend-

Welles and H. H. Avant and Merrell ability.

Lowe attended the movies in Moore

Haven Wednesday evening.

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Mr.. and Mrs. Russell Whidden of
Giving protection against
Gainesville have announced the arrival -
drafts, smoke, windshield
of a seven and one-half poundson
clouding, and assuring
on Friday, October 15th. .
each passenger Individually

K A. R. Broadfoot returned'' Wednesday controlled ventilation. '
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from an absence of several ? I .i
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; days during which he made business x ; tv ON MASTER DE LUXE
; MODELS ONLY
l
i visits in Jacksonville and Sar-

f asota.


Don Carlisle, who has been employed "qoJfbe/ lth a
,1r1
in the Eastern division by y !

the United States Sugar Corporation, ; ; /llI O
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has been transferred to the Western \+ CHf\t\ ..

.; division and moved here this

week from Canal Point. 4 Y '

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Mrs. Ida Smith of Bradenton, who
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has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mack

'.. Mahon for a few weeks has. gone to
Y f1&j", LaBelle for a visit with Mr. and
I
t Mrs. R. D. Wooten before returning

; = to her home.
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Dr. and Mrs. Congdon of Alva riff \\
S
r drove to Clewiston. Friday afternoon
I MROL OF SAS'T
for their daughter, Mis? Livonia .
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school who returned to Alvawith H ..
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THE CLEWISTON NEWS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1937



THE: CHEERFUL O1ERU5


I love to es.t crackers

I'rank Merriwell: GilberYpauen With apples

And read in fc. book
The Original
old and F'Jt.

HURT L. STANDISH I feel 50 contented

p I I'ardal: 0 Gilbert Patten sj\d cosyI

WNU Service wish I could

purr like

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SYNOPSIS "Come in, Mulloy," said Merry, With true Irish spirit, Barney Mul "Sounds pretty," said Mulloy.
J opening the door wide. "But the loy was ready and eager to fight "Swell," said Frank.

When Bart Hodge, a vain youth of sixteen, hat's in my trunk and I haven't unpacked -. for a friend, and he had picked They didn't talk much until they
Lights from a train at Fardale be stumblesover it yet." : Frank Merriwell for a friend in had followed a well-trodden path
half blind dog and in a rage kicks "
a -
the animal. The dog's owner. Tad Jones 8 "It disagrees with the rumor that short order. But Frank promptly down to the shore, on which the gen-
small, shabby boy who supports his widowed you had it on when you arrived in declined Barney's offer to silence tle rollers of a rising tide were WNU Service.
mother, denounces him. This nettles Bart Hodge in the manner he had
Bart and he slaps Tad. Frank Merriwell town, chuckled Mulloy, acceptingthe breaking white. Then their tongues
an orphan ot Hodge's age, prevents him invitation to enter. "But then, proposed. were loosened. For more than an
from further molesting Tad. Although the I don't believe all I hear." His "That," he said, laughing, "cer- hour they sat there and chatted of
two do not come to blows. Hodge sneeringlysays would make look like the Beware Coughsfrom
surveyed Frank's fine tainly me
they will have to settle their differences quick eyes many things that interested them
later. He and MerriweLl had come to Far. torso, clean, strong arms and genial sissy Hodge said I was. I've been both. They joked and laughed a
dale to attend Fardale academy.driver While for face. "And it's not much of a brought up to fight my own battles great deal. And before they started common colds
truck
consults Joe Bemis.
John Hodge Snodd about his baggage. Merriwell, sissy you look like, either," he add- when fighting is necessary, but ]I back for John Snodd's place they
accompanied by Tad and his dog. Shag never go hunting for trouble." felt as if they had known each other That Hang OnNo

start Snodd walking truck to with Snodd's Hodge place.driving Presentlythe rumbles ed."If that's one of the rumors "Oh, yes?" said Mulloy, his eyes all their lives.

town the road and kills Tad's dog. you've heard," laughed Merry, as twinkling. "Then what made ye On the road at the foot of the hill have matter tried how for your many cough medicines, chest
he shut the door again, "I'm goingto jump in quick as a wink when you Frank halted and stared at two you cold, or bronchial irritation,you can ?..:is
"
CHAPTER Continued brand it as pure hodge-podge. saw Mr. Hodge kick a dog and slap approaching figures. A small boy get relief now with Creomulsion.
-2- Barney Mulloy clapped his hand the boy that owned him?" was being pulled along by the leashof Serious trouble may be brewing and
afford to take chance
cannot a
"Why," said Frank, after he had over his mouth to ,smother a whoopof "Now that was different, Barney. a huge dog to which he was you with any remedy less potent than,
paid the taxi driver, "how did you appreciation. "Hodge-podge is Nobody but a poor fish could have clinging."Is Creomulsion, which goes right to
get that impression, Mr. Snodd? right," he agreed. "My window was stood still and let him get away that you, Tad Jones?" Frank the seat of the trouble and aids nature -
open when you arrived. What I with that." to soothe and heal the inflamed
If are Mr. Snodd. called 'wonderingly.
you i nodded his head. mucous membranes and to loosen
"Now
heard led me to believe Mr. Hodge Barney
"I am, said the farmer. "My "Sure it's me, Frank," was the and expel the germ-laden:: phlegm.
I've number he said. "So
Merriwell.That's
had misrepresented you, got your ,
Joe Bemis, said told him Even if other remedies have failed
man, you
reply, the boy dragged toward -
as was
you'd rather walk than ride with I why I butted in on ye so I'll sit on the side-lines and do the don't be discouraged, try Creomul-
It's notion I've them by the dog. "I've come
soon. cheering. a got that sion. Your druggist is authorized to
him.
"You're as welcome," said Frank, the show will be good when it comes over to show yer my new dog. But refund your money if you are not
Merry smiled. "But that was be- "as a certified check. Take a chair off." don't you touch him, for he ain't thoroughly satisfied with the benefits -
cause I wanted to stretch my legs the feelin' well 'nd he might bite yer." obtained from the very first
after a tiresome train trip. It wasn't Somebody was playing piano bottle. Creomulsion is one wordnottwo
/ in the big front room when The hair on the animal's back was
because I objected to the truck, they ,- and it has no hyphen in it.
sir." came down to supper. Through the bristling. It growled sullenly with Ask for it plainly,see that the name
open door Merriwell got a glimpseof its nose thrust out toward Merry on the bottle is Creomulsion, and
"And that other feller Bert you'll get the genuine product and
the back of a slim, fairhairedgirl and Barney. White foam drippedfrom
Hodge-he said you made a squawkat whose hands were fluttering like I its mouth. Mulloy looked hur- the relief you.want. (Adv.).
the deepoe because he stepped
white butterflies over the keys. Only riedly around.
on Tad Jones' old dog by accident. ; jM1a a glimpse as he walked past the "Hold him, me lad," he said, "till

"Oh, I see." Frank's smile grew door, but not many young girls I climb a tree." HOW OFTEN

broader. "Well, did he tell you, could play like that in these daysof "Oh, he won't touch yer 'less I

also, that he kicked the dog and canned music and the radio, and tell him to," said Tad Jones, "but CAN YOU I KISS AND
slapped Tad for objecting to that?" he was interested. I'd just like to see that feller Hodge

The man's eyebrows lifted and "Who's that Barney?" he asked. kick this dog. Tige would chaw a

came down again. "Huh? Why, no, "A pip," said Mulloy, grinning. leg right off from him if he did. MAKEUP r ?
he didn't say anything about that, "Name's Inza Burrage. She's got Wouldn't you, Tige?"

but he did 'say Tad got sassy." a brother in the school." The creature growled still more TTlEW husbands can understand

"Maybe, Mr. Snodd," said Tony "Is she staying here at Snodd's?" alarmingly. J? why a wife should turn from a

Acerro, "he no tell-a you he run "Oh, no. 'But Snodd's got a sad- "Where'd you get that beast pleasant companion into a shrew
hill when Tad?" asked Frank. for one wholo week in every month.
over that dog-a up on the ,
she rides like
dle horse
a cowgirl, You can say "I'm sorry" and
Joe let-a him drive-a the truck." and she's chummy with Belinda, "Oh, Silas Gleason gave him to kiss and make up easier before
"Hey? What's that Tony?" who's throwing a kitten party this me when he heard my Shag had marriago than after. If you're wise
Snodd's 'eyes had widened in sur- MrP been run over 'nd killed." and if you want to hold your hus-
evening-no gents allowed. She arrived band,you won't be a three-quarter ..awile.
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prise. "Run over Tad's dog? No, early." "But there's something the mat- .
he never mentioned that. Did it "Who's Belinda?" ter with him." For three generations one woman .
hurt the dog much?" I "Snodd's A "Silas Gleason said he was sicka has told another how to go "smil-
daughter. kid
good ,
through" with Lydia E. Pinkham's
ing
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little'but that he'd be all
"Only Just kill-a him, said Tony. rightin
but a bit of a bouncer. She'll passus Vegetable Compound. It
"This-a boy come get-a me to our rations." a day or two. He just can't seem helps Naturo tone up the system,
fetch-a Tad and his deaddog Belinda Bart to stay still that's all." thus lessening the discomforts from
was serving Hodge,
disorders
the functional which
home. Now maybe have-a to "Now look here Tad said Mer-
you who had arrived ahead of them, womcp must endure in the three
pay for that dog-a, Mr. Snodd." when they entered the dining room. riwell. "I don't like the way that ordeals of life: 1. Turning from
With which consoling remark, he tMy She was, as Barney had stated, "a dog is acting. You better take him girlhood to womanhood. 2. Preparing -
let in the car's clutch and drove RJ. j bit of a bouncer," but she had a ,right back to Gleason and tell him for"middlo motherhood.age." 3. Approaching

away. "Now That Was Different, pleasant, intelligent face. Hodge you don't want him. If you don't Don't be a three-quarter wife;
"Why now, shucks!" said John apparently was jollying her, but he you'll have trouble with him." tako LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S

Snodd, pulling at his chin whiskers. Barney"and dropped it at once and put on an "Oh, no, Frank!" protested the VEGETABLE Go "Smiling Through.COMPOUND" and

"That old dog was half blind, and be comfortable while I'm dress- air of dignity when they came in. boy. "Oh, nol! I do want him. I

he wasn't licensed anyhow. He ing." "Too bad about that old dog, Mer- gotter have a dog, 'nd this one'll
wasn't worth two cents." He liked this lad on whose tongue riwell," he said.uN either Bemisnor look out for himself 'nd me, too, \ True Friends

"He was worth a great deal to lay a slight touch of Irish brogue. I knew the truck hit him. Mr. when any big bum like Bart Hodge Books are true friends that will

that little boy, sir," said Frank. "Now how's it happen you're one Snodd says that even you don't think gets fresh. I'm goin' to keep him." never flatter nor dissemble; be

: "Tad's all broken up over it. His of the late-comers, like myself?" I ran over him intentionally." To the relief of Mulloy, the dog you but true to yourself and

mother, too." Barney wondered, as he sat down. "I wouldn't like to think that you switched round suddenly and beganto you shall need no other comfort.-

Snodd shook his head soberly. Merry explained: "My unclehe'smy -or anybody else-would delib- pull in the opposite direction. Bacon.

;' "Now that's too bad> >,I'm sorry it guardian-was sick. OtherwiseI'd erately kill a small boy's pet dog, "He wants to go back home now,"

, happened. Bemis had no business been here when the school no matter how worthless the crea- said Tad, 'nd he's so strong I gotterlet : "FiLttvt.-tiiaerLARGEST;
r. to let that Hodge feller drive. But opened." ture might be, Hodge." him have his own way. Good- ITS SELLER
I don't believe either of them knew "Oh, it's a guardian you have?" "Thanks," acknowledged Bart. He night Frank." MOROILHNE ATS*
the dog was run over." "Yes. You see my father and smiled as he said it, but it seemedto Merry watched the huge animal
SNOW-WHITE PE QLEUM JELLY
"Maybe they didn't," allowed mother are both dead." Merry that there was a sneer dragging Tad away by the leash. _

Merriwell, "but Tad had to jump "Hm-m, then it's a bit worse off hidden behind the smile. "Now what do you think of that,
for the ditch to get out of the way than I am you are, my lad. My After that Hodge took no part in Barney?" he asked. "Isn't that a Fruit of SufferingOut

!. himself, and he just made it. I good mother, saints rest her, is the conversation. He ate hurriedlyand fine dog to give a small boy to of suffering comes the se-
' .. didn't admire the way Hodge gone, but I've got a father living left the table before Frank and play with?" rious mind; out of the salvation,
grinned over that. It didn't seem that's as fine a policeman as ever Barney were much more than half "He acts hungry," said Barney the grateful heart; out of the deliverance -

like a joke, to me." walked a beat. And it's his plan through the meal. With a show of "If I had him, it's arsenic I'd- feed the faith.-Ruskin.
I that I'll have a better education careless generosity, he dropped a him on."
"You're right, agreed the farmer. .
than he picked up in old Limerick." bill beside his plate as a tip for ...
"I'll give Bemis dressing
a Barney said it proudly, and Frank Belinda. CHAPTER H.
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down for letting that boy drive the
truck." He beckoned to Frank. Liked him better still. A spark had "I'm glad that baby's gone," WORLD'S LARGEST[ : O. J-
been struck; they had clicked. growled Mulloy. "It's good food When Frank and Barney came
"Well, come on in, young feller. "But there's a bit of trouble," Mrs. Snodd cooks, but the sight of back from .their moonlight stroll the SELLER AT I
I've had your trunk took up to your" Mulloy went on. "Maybe I'll not him soured it for me." lower rooms of John Snodd's big
:-. room. I'll show you where it is. get into this school now." "Oh, forget him," advised Frank. white farmhouse were all aglow I

; It was a comfortably furnishedand I "Why, how's that?" The sound of the piano which had with lights. From the open win- I 'p J I

pleasant room. Neatness madeup "Oh, I neglected to send them no- continued at intervals, ceased entirely dows of the living room flowed a
for style and taste. That was tice I'd be coming a little late. ; a few moments after Hodge flood of girlish chatter and gay
the first thing Merry noticed. Then Now the dormitories are full and left the room. But it was a surprise laughter. Three automobiles were
he discovered there was running I've been scratched off the list." for Merriwell and Mulloy, re- parked in the yard at the side of Dr. Pccry's Vermifuge "Dead Shot" kills
water, which Snodd had piped froma Merry whistled. "Well, Barney, passing the door of the living rooma the house. and dose expels suffices.worms It works in a very quickly few and hours.surely.One i

spring on higher ground. And something will have to be done little later, to see Bart standing "Well now," said the Irish boy, All Druggists. We.
there were electric lights, with power about that." beside the stool on'which the "all the signs indicate Miss Snodd'Si DiPeerROLLS 'sVerm
drawn from the line that sup- "I'm afraid it can't be. It's not fair-haired girl was sitting. She party is off to a good start. Too
plied the academy. From the win- much encouragement I got from had turned from the instrument and bad we can't crash in on it, Frankie,
dows the academy buildings could the dean when I saw him today." was listening as he talked to her but I heard Belinda tell Hodge thatno ifu

be seen amid the trees, less than a "Now look here," said Frank. with the self-assurance of a fellow dogs-I mean no gentswouldbe e
fourth of a mile away. "My Uncle Asher has an old friendin who had no'doubt of himself. Frank allowed." Wrights Pill Co.. 100 Gold Street. N.Y. City

Stripped to the waist, he was get- the academy here. His name is got a good look at her now. "Wait, Barney." Frank's hand
ting rid of the dust and grime of Horace Scotch and he's a professor.I'm "A pip is right Barney," he said. was on Mulloy's elbow. "Listen."
the train journey when somebody going to see him tomorrow and "The nerve of that guy!" muttered A gayer burst of laughter carne DEVELOPED''

knocked on the door. "Just a moment I'll talk to him about you. We'll : the Irish boy. from the house. As it subsided they Any never-fade she roll Velox kodak Print film for developed.only eight
he called, grabbing a towel have to find to Merry pulled at his elbow. ',.
a way get you backon heard several of the girls urging VALUABLE: PREMIUMS GIVEMall !:
and using it vigorously.When the list Barney. I'll do my "Let's go for a walk" he proposed.Far somebody to "tell another." Your Film toJack 25
he opened the door a little best." away in the east, the round Rabbit Co. t':S ;
"Oh, do, Mr. Hodge! cried one I
J
and peered round the edge of it he It was so unexpected, so friendlyand moon spilled silver over the still of them. "That one was just SPARTAN URG. S. C. coiN) '
to find that the that of the Golden lights Mailing Envelope for Film Furnished
was surprised one generous, Mulloy's quick bosom ocean. screamingly funny."
who had knocked was a strange tongue was silenced for a moment.An glowed warmly in the windows of
boy with a whimsical, smiling face. odd look, half smile and half the school dormitories. The night "Maybe" gentlemen are barred,
"Hello!1" said Frank.. frown, sprang into his Celtic face. was as mild as a night in June, Barney, said Frank, "but it seems" checks
"Hello" said the other. "My He stood up again on his sturdy but its pleasant odors were those of that a 'gent' has crashed the gate. MALARIAin

name's Barney Mulloy and my I legs. September. Crickets were fiddlingin "Now on my soul," said Mulloyin
room's the next one to this. Like "It's a sweet mess of lies Bart the 'roadside grass. Somewherefrom amazement, "the big bang is 6 6 6 three daysCOLDS

yourself, I'm here to break into Hodge told about ye Merriwell," be within the academy grounds right in the middle of it. Can you

... Fardale academy. I've been hear- said, "but maybe you won't wantto came a chorus of boyish voices beat that?" first day
ing you wear a high hat, and I dirty up your hands on a snake.If singing a school song as Frank and "I,wouldn't if I could," said Mer- SALVE LIQUID, NOSE TABLETS DROPS Headache, 30 mlnutBs.fr7"BubMy.'I1sm"World' .
thought I'd like to look at it-if that's the way you feel, just Barney walked slowly past the open riwell.
leave (TO BE CONTINUED I s Best Liniment
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Wise and Otherwise UneLPlul5au6 "

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OUR COMIC SECTION
"Wo, I'm sorry I cant marry you," :
said the lonely miss to the ardent

swain, "but I'll always. admire your
good taste." Laws Are a Retreat .
..
Sunny smiles are, sometimes worn It isn't laws that Americansneed

by shady people. to ,enable them to get along

Should sportsmen show emotion 01 SNOOPIE JL together, but a decent regard for
Well, after a day's fishing the angler each other.

often has a catch in his voice. : You'cannot often communicatethe

If half the world doesn't know lesson, you have learned by
,
how the other half lives, it is because experience. '

they hate never traded cooks. 'I Truth IS stranger than fiction, ,':
M. A but most of the facts about truth '.
;
The words of a wireless announcerare
never come out. ;
said to travel through the etherat ,
I One to learn ,
way patriotism toward -
the rate 155,864 miles a second. ;
your country is to have to
Apparently what he says goes. '
live in
a foreign land.
I
Reason why people forgive is ;
because they do forget. j jIt's

Mistakes Are Past Considered Eccentricity, :$,

When you make a mistake, don't BEWARE In '::
a village, as elsewhere, gen-
look back at it long. Take the ,
ius is
usually not encouraged. But ;(
[i reason of the thing into your own few know that is what it is. ;
,; mind, and then look forward. Mis-
,; BAb DOG Logic in time conquers all. Be- ?
takes are lessons of wisdom + cause logic is distilled common
: t. The past cannot be changed. The ( n d sense. ;/1"f
I future is yet in your power. Hugh "
Overeating is what shortens a

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tiny peppermint flavored tablets E relieve the pain of Headache,
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you feel "gas," nausea, "over- Simply take 2 Bayer Aspirintablets ';
crowding" from hyper-acidity beem THE with a half glass of water. -
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Remember This When WHILE I'M WAITING FOP.. 'IOL To GET SURE ISA DANDY"BooKVERY 'opinion of our' own.

You Need a LaxativeIt BREAKFAST I THINK I'LL

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keeps working as Nature intended. READ ANOTHER CHAPTER
Food wastes after oN''IMPRoV Periodic Pains
digestion shouldbe
eliminated every day. When you F MEMRY" Do>NtJc Take Cardul for functional pains

get constipated, take a dose or two T"7 EDLICATIM&v of menstruation. Thousands of wom-
of purely vegetable BlackDraughtfor en testify it has helped them. If
prompt, refreshing relief. E Cardul doesn't relieve your monthly
Thousands and thousands of men and discomfort, consult a physician.Don't .
women like Black-Draught and keep it ,
always on hand for use at the first signof just go on suffering and put
constipation. Have you tried it? off treatment to prevent the trouble.

Besides easing certain pains, Car-
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A GOOD LAXATIVE I ,system by helping women to get
III more strength from their food.
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WISCONSIN FED. LOAN BANKS ownership.The Smith, Wilton Stewart, David Belcher he fell, I oa the crew's houseboat, five miles

SHOW INCREASE OF $50,200,000 Bank System Is administeredby Kenneth Miller, James Ricks Wild juggernauts that crave their away. Ivey took a boat and went to
the Federal Home Loan Bank Esther Brewer, Bertha Ballard, No- human toll, his rescue.

Washington, D. C., Oct. 20.-On .Board at Washington, which also ra Oglesby, Joan Walker, Ouida And our lax laws arc powerless to I The crew had .only been out a

hundred and twenty-five thrift and supervises :Federal savings and loan Johnson. Wanda Jean Shelfner, quell week and this was their second fish "

home finance institutions of WIsconsin associations, the Federal Savingsand Cleo Scott, Wilma Jean Tingle, ,Ogle The demon' drivers into self-con- I haul. The boat destroyed was the

are now members of the Federal Loan Insurance Corporation and: Arnette, Jean Augur, Mayme Johnson troJ'VouJd Lily, the newest and best of the Com-
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Home Loan Bank of Chicago, which the Home Owner's Loan Corporation. Doris Simmons.The they had knelt as I, did by pany run-boats. The crew is still

celebrated its fifth anniversary October fourth Graders were very his side operating, their fish being hauled In

15. These institutions hold I happy to have some visitors at their And looked into his blue eyes with a boat from one of the other

combined assets estimated at $141- ,KNAPP EXPLAINS program Friday. We want you to when he died! rigs. Mrs. L. M. Lilly, manager of

902,000, an increase of $59,206,000In (Continued from page 1) come to see us again soon. the fisheries stated that she had not

resources since October, 1934, map. Fifth_ gl"3.de-- TANNER RUN BOAT yet decided whether to buy a boatto

,when the first reports on combined "Another point which has occas- We are sorry to lose two membersthis BURNS QX LAKE replace the one, destroyed or to
assets were compiled. Among all ioned considerable misunderstanding month. They are William Wil- build a newone. \
-1 states, Wisconsin ranks; eighth in ," he continued, "is why it Is lis and Charles Graham. (Moore Haven Democrat)'

I number of member institutions of necessary to remove deer and not Parmelia Bourne is on the sick A thirty-foot run-boat owned by
the Federal Home Loan Bank sys- other types: of wild life. If the deer I list, this week. Wet hope that she will I the A. G. Tanner Fisheries and loaded -1 j' Article U. S. Constitution of the Preliminary

tem and ninth in the total assets of carry the tick, they reason, such an- i soon recover and be back with us with 2,100 pounds of fish I vided that "the Constitution pro-
I ratification of
I Its members. imals as foxes, rabbits, bears, etc., again. completely destroyed by fire at three: conventions o;' nine states ,shall the be

At the end of 1933 there were only must also be carriers., Sixth: grade-- o'clock Tuesday morning about five sufficient for the establishment of

39 Wisconsin member institutionsof "To one not a student of entomology The sixth graders are sorry to miles out in the Lake: off Little this Constitution between the statesso

the system. this line of reasoning seems log- lose one of its members-Elmer Bare Beach. Herman Hingson, who ratifying the same."

The Wisconsin members are located ical and has caused many people to Taylor. We are twelve in numbernow. ;I was piloting the boat, had a narrow

in 53 cities and include 96 denounce our program and condemnthe escape both from burning and tPostponcment

state-chartered savings, building and Board who would not do so New Assistant Editor I drowning but is none the worse now Why let today its load
I pass of
loan associations, 28 Federal sav- were they familiar with the facts. Billie Hooker, Junior class, was! for the experience. The loss Is estimated postponements and completions

ings and loan associations and one "To clarify this point it is neces- elected assistant editor this '' at better than $1,000.Mr. (lover into tomorrow? Why not do the

mutual savings bank. The present sary to go back and briefly review! Bill Owen, Junior, who was week'I' Hingson left thQ houseboat, thing that should be done when it

124 savings, building and loan asso- the history of tick eradication in I iously elected resigned anchored off Kraemer Island, early I ought I to be done? Why burden tomorrow -

ciation members represent 60% of the state: a heavy class-room schedule. Billie]I in the morning to bring in the loa.ell I with the nonperformancesof

the number and 74% of the total "It was Inaugurated- 1923 the is not only a good student but is I of fish to the fish-' house here. He today, ?

resources of all such institutions In State Livestock Sanitary Board andU. very popular and well qualified to was unaccompanied on the trip, two ----

the state, an index of their size and S. Bureau of Animal Industry cooperating be assistant editor of the School lof the crew, J. R. and Harold 'Whit. Ideas, of
Importance in this field. with the aid of both state News. : den having some ,to to\V'n earlier in Infernal Regions
Some of the
Five of the members of the Boardof and federal appropriations."Zone I Home Economics Group the day to attend the funeral serv- infernal medieval ideas of the
regions celebrated
,
Directors of the Federal Home after zone was cleared and The Home Economics Classes ices of their sister-in-law. He stated and art, can be traced in poetry -

Loan Bank of Chicago are residentsof released from quarantine until the were called together Thursday to that he had been travelling about a of the ancient Etruscans.to religion -

Wisconsin. They are Allen T. Cal- Orange county area was reached. organize a club. I half hour, had passed Ritta Island I

houn and B. F. Kuehlhorn of Mil Here all efforts at control failed, although Those elected into office were and the motor was running perfectly -

waukee, Charles E. Broughton of cattle were dipped and the Bernice O'Neal as president; Billie when suddenly there'' was a back-

Sheboygan. Judson G. Rosenbush of work was conducted in the same Booker as vice president, fire and the motor burst into flames.

Appleton and August A, Moths' of manner as in other zones. l Guthrie as secretary and Christine I He .then grabbed the fire extinguisher -

West Bend, "Our trouble came from certain I I Ben as Treasurer. Miss Whitten was and began to fight the flames but 1ftttv.ni

That the member institutions In swamp areas. To determine just named 'sponsor. I as he extinguished them at the metes 1'.O>>IDA

Wisconsin are using the facilities of what the difficulty was, the U. S. The name, colors and motto of they ran back along the gas line

their reserve bank Is shown by the Bureau of Entomology and Plant the club were discussed and voted to the tank and the tank exploded.. ; ,

cumulative total of $16,875,846 In Quarantine was called in to investi- upon. Life preservers had been thrown ov- I ,

advances received by them. Repay-I gate. Research by these agencies revealed The members are Dorothy Hare' erboard and ,when it became neces- Wpl

ments of $4,753,293 leave an out- that the cattle fever tick Mildred Ward, Bernice O'Neal, 'Mar sary for him to take to the water a

standing balance of $12,122,552, us- found In other parts of Florida, and tha Nell Alston, Dorothy Bethea none of them were to be seen. I ; .'M

ed by the associations to supplementlocal which had been controlled without Christine Bell, Billie Hooker, Ber-I Fumes .from the extinguisher'had

savings in making loans for difficulty different nice Guthrie, Violet Bethea, Mary] made him too ill to swim and the
was a variety I
the building, purchase, repair and and did nOt, propogate on deer while Warren, Gaudy Waters, Marie Robbins -| only thing that saved him was .finding JljJ

refinancing of homes in their com- the tropical type found from Orlando Minnie Lee Pridgen, Maxine an empty gas drum floating lie

munities. On January 1, 1934, the' south, did, making It Impossibleto Doty, Madeline1 Haven, Barbara clung to this for a time until the

outstanding 'advances in the State eliminate the ticks and complete Smith, Runelle McGehee, Leah wind started blowing it out furtherin

amounted to only $2,828,275. eradication work In the state until. Richaud, Julia Ann Oglesby, Margaret the lake when he left it and heldon &1QIJ
Preston Delano, Governor of the VonMach, Flora Lee Haven,I the bow of the floating boat hull. Tfi r
the deer In these
swamp areas were
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Federal Home Loan Bank system, removed."In June Hooker, Renee Wethingtonand His calls for help were finally heard 1-

Illustrates the operation of the sys- I short, the tropical) fever tick, Betty Bailey. by Walter Ivey the only one left

tem with the following example found in Athletic Actidties-
only south Florida, propo-
"The resources of a typical savingsand Much interest is being taken in
gates on deer as well as cattle. but
_ loan association have been created exhaustive volleyball and a contest is being
surveys have failed to
by the accumulated savings Of held between the tenth and eleventh r iilLua
find It
other
on any animal. The -
its shareholders and by reserves grades.. So far the tenth grade is in
] American tick, found in north Flor- ,.
_ built up over a period of, years. Mostof ida and other Southern states, does the lead, but there will be three Stop at th.9
its funds are already invested In games more in the series; so the
not propogate on deer and it is be-
long-term loans to home owners. eleventh grade still has a chance. Jiotelpotcleia
cause of this fact that the difficultydid
Other people in its community seekto not arise until tick eradication We now have newly constructed

'. build, buy or modernize'their work was, carried into the more swings and trapezes on the play- -
homes or to pay off maturity short tropical areas Of the state. ground at the northeast side of the 312 S. E. SECOND ,AVENUE

term mortgages."If "As state school building. This is certainly appreciated -
I a agency, concerned
this association Is a memberof with the welfare of the state as a as it fills a real need. The al OLE All Outside Rooms With
the Home Loan Bank system, it whole, the Livestock Sanitary Board children are taking much interestin 13111 V ,

can go to its district bank and obtain has no desire to undertake a pro- the new equipment, as is shown ACKSONVILLFLORA Private Bath .
credit at low rates for of it
any period by their almost constant use
gram that would be detrimental to COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
to 10 Against long-
up years. any Interest and fully appreciatesthe during recess hours.
term advances, its note may be suf- Importance ,of wild life preser- Plans are still being made for an GARNETT ANDREWS,Manager Overlooking Biscayne Bay

ficient security. It now can accommodate vation. It therefore outdoor dance to be held on one of ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT at this
to
a larger number of home- proposes seeka the concrete courts on Thanksgiving modern, (fireproof hold in the heart of downtown Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and
Federal Jacksonville.
appropriation of $25,000to Every room with tub and
owner borrowers who would be unable be used in restocking such areasas Eve. A nominal admission will shower, soft water, ccilms fan, radio, slatted Business Section.
to obtain loans otherwise. Al toward summer door.Every Bed with
might be depleted of deer; so' that be charged and the proceeds go and innerspring
mattress reading 'lamp. Running ice
though most of its funds are invested defraying expenses of the ath-' RATES
wild life resources of the state wouldIn water on every floor.
in long-term obligations, the no way be affected other than to letic department, such as uniforms AIR CONDITIONED

member associations can thus ob- insure a healthier and stronger for both boys and girls teams, etc. I COCKTAIL DINING LOUNGE AND MEETING COFFEE ROOMS SHOP $1.50 Single

tain advances to meet sudden or abnormal wild deer In these .same' areas than I The lights on the court are asj I -Palei..Single with Private Bath-

demands for repurchase or are found today, through elimination yet inadequate although usable. Mr. 78 Room $2.00 80 Rooms $2.50 $2.50 Double
withdrawal by Its own Investors, of the fever tick which is protection Morrison expects soon to have four/! [ 40 Rooms $3.00 24 Rooms $3.50
10 Sample Room, with Prly.tt. BarS/ .
with no restriction on Its lending Special Family, Weekly &
." alike for both cattle and deer. new lights installed and the back- Slight werttit '0, double occupancy-

operations. stops repaired, which will make our o,... I B POUND H..i., Monthly Hates
To the millions of investors and
borrowers in these member institu- .:.-..:-:..:-:-:.1..:N N N:N:N:N:N:N. ing court day one or of night.the very best for play- L. Horn a.......-...PAiit,.. '.- V. worn i...*..:otso'o.K.G... '. S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor
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tions, the bank system has brought SCHOOL NEWS -Bernice O'Neal

many advantages. By increasing the Jokes-Oiling Up: ::

amount of credit obtainable at mod- "I want something nice in oil fora

erate rates, it has encouraged home Bernice O'Neal ___........._..-_..... Editor dining room". -

building and modernization, creat- Biillle Hooker ....._...... Ass't Editor "Yes, Madam, a landscape or a
ing greater activity for local labor Miss Evelyn Schutz, Faculty Advisor can of sardines?" THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWS -

and business.of needed Through home it, better financing distribution .......................... ................ ....................,........................ Milk Punch: :- will come to your home every day through ./
If a child were to come in and :
funds throughout the country has I First grade- say that her mother had sent her THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITORAn

been achieved. The System Is a pro- The first grade regrets the with- for a can of maltreated milk, what International Daily NewspaperIt

tection against sudden withdrawalsof drawal of Gary Graham who wentto would you give her? asked the dairyman -! does records not exploit for you crime the world's or sensation clean constructive; neither docs doings.It Ignore Tho Monitor them

local home-mortgage credit. Texas. We welcome two new pu- of his new assistant. :family but deals correctively with them. Features for busy men and all the
Including tho Weekly
Among savings, building and loan pils, Edward and C. J. Johnson. I Why, malted milk of course." I -------------------------Magazine---------Section.-----------------------
associations, a desirable nation-wide Second grade-- "Fine, our last man hunted allover The Christian Science Publishing Society
uniformity of practices is being The pupils of the second grade the shelves for a can of whip- Please One, Norway: Street. Boston, Massachusetts ...
stimulated. In many sections, home Miss Kim Kolstad who is absent ped cream." a period enter of my subscription to The Christian Science. Monitor for

mortgage interest rates are lower from school because of illness. Har- wJlJfJ9,00 ncsdllY Issue Including 8 months Magazine Section months:$2 1 year J2.CO.1 month C Issues 75c 25o
than a few years ago, and appraisals old Broadrick is back after being; THIS POEM DEDICATEDTO i'
are on a sounder basis, to the ad- Name ---------- ______.
absent for a week because of ill- MOTOR SPEEDERS -----------------------------------.

vantage of both borrower and lend ness. Address ________________-____________(____________j
er. The system has contributed to- Third grade- (By T. E. B. in Chicago Tribune) Sample Copy on Requeit

ward both of these movements. The third grade pupils will have I I saw him die! His large, blue, child-
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Perhaps the most Important a't charge of the elementary school Hallowe'en ish eyesLooked
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for the welfare of the --
assembly program for October up so helplessly from the -

!<. American people has been the ex- 29th at 10:35. All mothersand hard street, m -n''r.II"\iot.c.l.! ..:: ..;:. "" r I'r7 :..,.Gtr.r.F"-'w: : ,;:. 'J'gBTTy:a;:: ...:c'\.I 'O'.I=f
tension of the long-term, armortized friends are invited to attend. As if he knew that he could never f
r, loan In place of the dangerous Fourth gra.de-- rise; Franklin Hardware Co.

.>', short-term mortgage. This has tend- The fourth grade chapel program: And then I heard his feeble voice Mail Distributors Fort Myers, FJa.
ed to eliminate high-cost second Bible Reading-James Cooley. 'I
repeat
; mortgage, renewals, and various fees Gentlemen: Please send me, without obligation -
Play-"Etty Ket"-Doris Sim- With This ; =--t
just a touch of triumph in its +-
and complete information about Servel
:: commissions that
; formerly penalized mons, Mamie Trice
Junior
Ivey and tone: Electrolux, the Kerosene Refrigerator.Name .
1'1' ) the home seeker. Thousands Esther Brewer.
"Please tell my mother I didn'tcry. Coupon
r" of savings and loan associations Insurance
Columbus Exercise-Eight '
boys .
'''.L: companies and banks are and girls. I ..-........................ ...:.,....:.....................
: Gently I took his small hand 'in my :
now making "direct reduction" loans
Poem-"My .
Shadow"Ouida
own
;: by which the &
;. eqliivalent borrower's monthly Johnson. And as I breathed .a prayer I saw Street or R. F. D............... I
-to-rent
payment steadily Poem"Ships of Columbus"Jean him die. .I
: reduces his principal balance. <
i\;: This Augur. Town ._..._._....__".._..."_......_. State._...__._.,_.___
Js the short :route to debt-free home i
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