The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00655
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 5, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00655
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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GARDEN CLUB WILL E. M. Cornette Begins I Calendar For Week P.-T. A. DANCE NETS

SPONSOR NEW HOME : Construction of Home 0 ,RAMBLINGS. !I Sunday Armistice, November Day Services 7th. at- Com- $175 FOR MILK FUND

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Construction was begun this weekon munity Legionnaires

GARDEN CONTEST a six room frame residence for I' : guests. FOR SCHOOL PUPILSA 1
E. M. Cornette. The new home is What calm, peaceful city Clew II Monday, November 8th.
I iston is! We mean the official busi- State Board of Health clinic at
,c. :',' A 1937-38, Garden' Contest with I located on Lot 3, Block '172. ness of the city is transacted in a I school continues. Hallowe'en Dance, sponsored ; ,:j
:" -, cash prizes totalling $100 was announced The home will contain a spacious calm manner. And what turbulent i'Tuesday, November 9th. by the local P.-T. A., netted ap=: .-:
:.::0 this week by the Clewiston living room, dining room, kitchen, times other towns dohave! Because -i Clewiston Post, No. 93, American proximately $175.00 for the school .'
'.>': Y Garden Club. All residents of Clew- three bedrooms and bath and will we take, for granted the 'peace Legion meets at Barracks 7:45 p. children's milk fund Friday evening, J'
:.r '. iston, South Clewiston and Harlem ful passage of time locally, we mightbe m. Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, chairman of the
cost approximately $2,750.00.llr.
will be eligible to enter the con- induced to count our blessings. if Wednesday, November 10. dance committee reports. The dance
test, which will close the first of Cornette is manager of the we look about us a bit. Scout meeting 7:30 p. m. Scout was held at the Barracks and music

.:. March, 1938. The Club will have Hendry County Motors, local Ford Arcadia recently lived throUljhanother House. was furnished by "The Mutineers", :..

out-of-town judges, who will inspect dealers, and recently moved his fam- city election, always a time I Kiwanis meeting, ; 7:30 Barracks. popular Fort Myers dance orchestra. ....:?,
and grade each contestant's garden ily here from L'aBelle. He and Mrs. of strife, hard-feelings and struggles ,Thursday, Nov. 11. The large dining room at the Bar- .'
on,some date to be announced later. I up there. This one passed morequietly Armistice Day. racks was gay with Hallowe'en decorations :'.
i' Cornette and their two daughters, '
'll .! The day of judging will be between than usual but the citizenry Friday, November 12. which were in charge of :j
-- tiie first and the tenth of :March. It Edith Nell and Sue; will occupy the breathed a sigh of relief when f I P.-T. A. Executive Board meetsat Mrs. Mary Baker and a group of !

is planned to have appropriate ceremonies -i I home when completed.. I it was, ended. I 3 30 at Mrs. M. M. PrQwitt's high school students. Ticket sales .::
and to present the awards I Paul Bussey! is in charge of con- At Delray '''Beach the city owes an home. were directed by Mrs. G. E. Smith, jI
immediately, upon the completion of I Ii struction. I attorney bill for some legal work. I Saturday, November 13. I who set a record for personal sales :
i the judging and the decision of the The attorney says the amount was; with 99 tickets to her credit. .
,i ..' ., judges. School Children AssistIn $600. The' city council passed it, but Winners In Blind Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones were ain
:" .: '.,: All entrants must register with I the mayor said it was exhorWtant, charge of the door. A fortune :(
:.,'.". .' Mis. G. B. Hackstiaw, secretary of Safety CampaignContinuing and won't sign thQ check. The coun- Bogey Contest Given telling booth, at which Mrs. Bel- '.:)
.' the Garden Club before the contest cil voted to pay it in installments, lamy presided, and a bottled drink r
closes. Entrants will be divided into I I and still the wouldn't sign.
: mayor Winners in the Blind Bogey golf and coffee booth, which H. C. Kol- ,
". ;'." two groups and identical prizes will its drive to decrease So one check for $200 was made out tourney were announced by Matty stad had in charge, added to the re- ::
be presented in the two groups. All and slipped in with other checks. I of affair.
L home accidents, the Red Cross Morrison this week. Emmett Shelley ceipts the ;!
:;,:- homes in which the heads of the The signed it unbeknowingest. : I 'I
Other than ticket
through B. E. Herring, chairman of mayor won 6 balls, Mrs. F. Deane Duff sales, the largest '
'.>.... .. household are employees of the I the local committee for the preven- Later, another $100 check was won three balls and Larry Nash won source of revenue was from .the -:'J>
;.,.. United States Sugar Corporation, tion of home accidents, distributed made out, and he refused again .to three balls. I raffling of various donated articles. ':;.'I
, :: Clewiston Realty and Development check lists of common home haz-I sign. Then he left the city on business First round matches in the handi- Mr. and Mrs. George Sparks sold *}I II
..-, 'L.-. Corporation, or its subsidiary com ards among the children of the I and the mayor pro-tern signed cap tournament are being played the raffle tickets and were-in charge :I Io'f
.,: panies will constitute; one group. Clewiston schools. All parents are I it and mailed it hurriedly. The attorney this week. I the drawings :!

: Prizes for this group have been do- urged to cooperate with the local I had a: long wait next time, The following are the pairings at The following donations were re- I
.', nated by the United States Sugar I Red Cross officials in checking the but eventually the mayor had toj i the beginning of the match with ceived: :1 i

Corporation. plated I home hazard list in an attempt to leave town again. And believe it or I handicaps: Bottle of Bacardi by Nail's Liquor : I
In the second group will be : not the attorney got another check.
such hazards in the home ,
remove 14, L. C. Betzner; 16, Mrs. F. D. Store, won by Bill Bolton. -
all homes in which the heads of that might lead to serious accidents.In Good old mayor-pro-tem, says he. Duff.' Bottle of Cream, of Kentucky by .+

the household are not employed by distributing the lists, Mr. Herring -i But he fe still waiting for the other 8, Emmett Shelley; 16, W. C.. Ow- H. R. Hall of Clewiston Laundry, .!1
the United States Sugar Corporation, reminded the householders : two checks and wondering when the en. won by H. R. Hall. .=i
;; Clewiston Realty and Developm.e'.tCorporation again that the annual toll of deathsIn mayor will leave town again. 14, Arthur Wells; 20 J. B. Jones. Ash-tray, donated by Parker Wil- ;.;j
or its subsidiary com home accidents averages 39,000 Sebring has long struggled underan 30, A. E. Kirschman; 24, C. V. son and won by Mrs. O. A. Jones. ,i
panies. Prizes for this group were and that more than one-third of all unbearable and unpayable debt Parkinson. Pipe by Alston's Drug Store, won '"I
': L' donated by the Clewiston Realty .and fatal accidents and nearly half of burden. Bond holders are not the 16, Dick Bowman; '24, Mildred by Otto Larsen. I .. I II
*..' Development Corporation. all injuries are sustained in and most patient people in the world, McCracken. Manicure Set by the Seminole, .
'.' The aim of the contest is to stimulate about the home. I and even though they were, Sebrins 24, F. D. Duff; 14, John Harris. I won by Beatrice Jacobs.

tp \ the planting of vegetable In distributing the blanks to, children -I sees no chance of ever paying 100 8, L. 'H. Nash; 14, J. V. Thomas. Bedspread by Clewiston Supply -
&>,' ,!; gardens for home use and to pro in the rural districts, Mr. Her- cents on the dollar. Finally some 14H.. R. Hall. I Co., won by Mrs. W. C. Prewitt.
mote the general improvement and ring pointed out that annually more bright attorney .threatens the Se- 16, Dr. White;" 30, B. 'E. Herring Belt by Clewiston Supply Co., won
beautification of the lawn and home I with jail for contempt -. I
than four thousand farmers are bring city .council : by George Yon.
surroundings. The only rules of the I killed by accidents, the two major : of court unless the councilmen Pint guava jelly by Oglesby Ice
contest are that all entrants must I causes of farm accidents being ma- comply with a court order call
Company, von by G. E. Smith.
.. Philadelphian
before the close of the contest -
register 90
of approximately '
chinery and animals. ing for a levy Pint guava jelly by Oglesby Ice
_. and that gardens must be ad- The program of home and farm mils for bonds said to be owned by Company won by Mrs. H. C. Kol :
.:: .. '. jacent to the home of the entrant. accident prevention was begun on the Junior Order of Mechanics, Supply of HyacinthsFlorida's stad.
:\;,> ; Six prizes will be awarded in each a national scale in the fall of 1935 whatever that is. So the Sebring city Purse by Clewiston Dry Goods

'\? :.:. group. The first prize in each group I after the experience of various local council got tired of continual threats lowliest plant, the water -I Company, won by Mrs. W. H. La-
: :'. ;:;,;;';: is $20.00 cash; the second prize in Red Cross chapters had proven its and each man decided he had his hyacinth, which the Army Engi- nier.
:: :' each group is $10.00 cash, and the I attend to and could
< practicality as a local project. own business to neers spend thousands of dollars Cocktail shaker by Lake Drug
' ; :7. next four prizes in each group are I not conveniently spare the time fora
'' each year combating, yesterday appeared Company. -
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.:. ,. $5.00 each. took the bull
; sentence. So they
Three Injured When jail to have potentialities as anew Visor Vanity Mirror, by Hendry
{ The basis? on which the gardens I and instructed the '
; the horns
by industry for Jacksonville, as County, Motors.
:'-, I are to be judged is:
Truck Hits Car I clerk to prepare a budget Jerry Kauffman of Philadelphia ap- License plate frames, by Hendry
:Jl ;. Vegetable garden ........ 40 points I enough taxes to pay all creditors of plied at the local Chamber of Com- County Motors, won by G. E.: Smith.
',; :::.:., Flower garden ......._... 20 points -- I the city. It wrll require a levy of merce seeking aid in locating a 2 pound Whitman's candy, by
(;,,: Shrubs and Lawn m..m 10 points C. O. ''Belcher received serious Injuries approximately 3,822.39 mills. And steady: supply of the plant that he C. E. Miner, Inc., won by Yvonne
'.: : '::?;.: Plan _............_..._....___... 10 points early Wednesday morning believe that or not, that is what Se could sell cn the Eastern market. Johnson.
;IUt ,. General Appearance .... 20 points when his car, in which he was driv- bring will have. Perhaps the .bondholders While he was seeking a reliable i Powder by Turner's Beauty Shop,
';Es:: Because the primary aim of the ing from Moore Haven to work, was will be better off. But we source of supply in the local waters, i I won by Mrs. M. C. Doke.
y.I:'. ..:. contest is to encourage the develoP-I' struck by a big truck driven by a fail to see it. I officers in the ,Jacksonville district $1.00 service by Turner's Barber
:;' ::7;." ment of home vegetable negro and with three negro passen- However, thinking it all over, we office of the Army Engineers signed I Shop, won by Otto Larsen.
':}f}{ larger number of points is given for I It gers. The accident occurred on Road think Clewiston is pretty lucky in a communication to Carawan Nel- Bathmat by Mrs. Frank Rodriguez
:Z;/f/:' the vegetables. 25 near the golf course. The negro that regard. So far, nobody threatens II son, who is in charge of the Lake I won by Carl Johnson.
-{., ThiS is the most extensive con- truck driver and the other occupantof to put our councilmen in jail. Okeechobee-Caloosahatchee drain j I Dry cleaning 1' 'dress, by Reeder'sof
test ever sponsored by the local the front seat slightly in- Nor does the council threaten us j I I
..;; were age project, informing him of the I Belle Glade, won by Mrs. M. C.
/ Garden Club, and it is made pos- jured. Two other negroes standing I with a three thousand mill levy. purchase of a "hyacinth .grapple" to Doke.
sible through the assistance and cooperation back of the cab 'escaped uninjured.The :\ combat the flower which they con-I Dry cleaning 'one suit, by Reed-
Jl! ;, of United States Sugar injured were taken at once I Did you Tom driving sider a menace to navigation in some er's of Belle. Glade, won by Otto
t.G'J: :' Corporation and the Clewiston Real- to the emergency hospital in Clew- that new Chevrolet? Evidently try- waters. Larsen.
'. I ty and Development Company. iston. Mr. Belcher was much the ing to match his sorrel top.-Wonder The device 'which the engineers Blanket by Commisslary Department -
.- \ "Clewiston is: already noted as worst injured of the three and after if we could borrow it. plan to use is equipped with prongs, U. S. S. C., won by Carl Johnson -
a beautiful' and distinctive town," receiving:: first aid there returned to which pick up tie plants for which .
"dtf r said Mrs. F. M. Wright, president of Moore Haven to enter the local hos- Dr Schiffli didn't get back from some are willing to pay, but whichare Ham, by B. and B. Cash Grocery, ,
the Garden Club in discussing the pital. One arm was broken near the Europe quite in time. He missed the anathema to others, and throws I I won by W. M. McCracken.
contest. "The Club now hopes to !. elbow :which led many to believe $90 Bank Night. Also the Hacketts them on the banks of the water-I I White Horse Scotch Whiskey, by
-: stimulate an. equal enthusiasm I that the elbow was crushed. This decided the picture show may be Clewiston Beer Parlor, won by Mr.
',_ among its residents for making was a clean break, however, and better recreation than the tennis way.At New Orleans, engineers have I I Brown. '
I : Clewiston a self-supporting town. only one bone was broken. The jawbone I courts at times. They missed the $85 perfected at the cost of $100,000 al i 4 quarts paint by Royal's LumberCo.
i : A small vegetable garden can contribute was fractured, possibly in two the previous bank night-and could'I dredge machine for the eradication ., won by Mrs. W. C. Prewitt.
I a great deal to the house- places, several front teeth were I they use it? : of water hyacinths from streams. I $2.00 in'trade by Royal's Grocery
i i'S wife's efforts to lower the family knocked out and bruises on the head Tills device crushes the "pest" treats Store.
3 ., budget. An' attractive and useful indicate that there may be a slight The PTA should hav known, (Continued on Page 8) 1 pair hose, by Royal Variety
garden is a decided asset to everyhome. concussion. Unless there arc com- there was a trick ia it when Dick I Shop, won by Mrs. J. W. Ezelle. ,
-. ." plications he is expected to recover. Hall donated the quart of whiskeyfor STATE 'P\\ A HEADQUARTEHS 1 pair hose, by Royal Variety
II \ Just how the accident happenedhas the raffle. It was more than he I ELIMINATED THIS WEEK Shop, won by H. R. Hall.
; Lawrence Elected not been determined but it, ap- could stand so he 'won it back. I Service job and oil change, by
peared to many observers that Mr. T The Florida I PWA headquarters, Continued on Page 8)
Kiwanis Secretary Belcher was well on his side of the The East Coast papers were full which have been maintained in,
road when the truck hit him. The of news about a former Clewistonitethis Jacksonville were closed this week, WPA Officials Pay
I. truck is reported to have been owned week. Bessie Hanrahan, who and Florida projects turned over
Art Lawrence was elected by the I by Joe B. Hendry, well-known until recently was housekeeper for to the Atlanta office. James E. Cot- Visit To ClewistonTwo
.,. board of directors to serve as Secretary South Florida cattleman and the I the Bourne family, received what ton and 12 associates, formerly in
;,. of the Kiwanis Club for 1938. negro crew was on its way to plant purported to '_be a cablegram from Jacksonville, will be connected with
V ) The meeting was called by President Para grass in his pasture west of her sister. ,Nan, in Ireland, inform- the regional office in Atlanta. I prominent visitors in the
11. 4.:' x elect W. W. Perry following the reg- Clewiston. ing Bessie that she was winner of WPA office here Wednesday were
ular meeting of the Club Wednesday .CI- $75,000 in Irish S'vyecpstakes. No- STORM: SEASON OVER WITHOUT I'I i' O. A. Sandquist of Miami, district
evening. Other plans for the new I SIRS. PATTERSON INJURES body ever bought ,sweepstakes tick- EVEN A GHOST OF A BLOW I director of Florida Works Progress
year's' work were discussed by the ANKLE IN STAIR FALL ets more faithfully and hopefullythan Administration, and Harry L. Myersof
new president and board.At I Miss Bessie and frequently the The 24-hour special storm watch West Palm Beach, WPA area
the Club meeting Dr. J. W. Mrs. R. Y. Patterson is confined sister purchased them for her. So maintained} throughout tho hurricane supei visor.[
, Ezelle talked on the subject "Why to her home for a few days, suffer- she was very jubilant. Next day, according season was discontinued by This was: Mr. Sandquist's second
c, We Envy Our Neighbors." ing from a sprained ankle, which I to the next day's papers, the U. S. weather bureau this weekas visit to Clewiston. His first was dur-
she sustained in a fall down the someone called her anonymously by the danger period is considered ing the construction of the concrete
1 Mr. and Mrs. ,C. R. Cruze were. stairs at her home Wednesday morn-I phone and told her the cable was past and such active vigilance ia.no .I tennis courts on the local play-
,Sunday visitors in Sebring Ing. (Continued on page 4) longer necessary. ground. __;
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J.\Irs Kevieic of Current Events ,

I Friendly Talk I
IF illness t't..5 some. THREAT BY CHAUTEMPSTells

people s France Is Use Force BUT after all, the very best
Italy Prepared to Japs in good talk and the
all h.JJv I 1Ttio
LoLL thing that helps it most is friend-
Checked Roosevelt
at Farm
Shpnghai on ProgramThe
I Feel
certrinly ship. How it dissolves the bar-

ri ht MV riers that divide us, and loosensall
Oprovd V V J44 constraint-this,feeling that we
im iTtioT\.! aaJ V Wl! understand and trust each other,

./ ft tt Intriguing: Construction. and wish each other heartily well!
Everything into which it
SANTA MONICA, CALIF.- comes is good. It transforms
/ r r
I saw some sort letter-writing from a task into a

of siege-wall going up. At first ; pleasure. It makes music a thou-

i I thought it must be a part of sand times more sweet. The people -

the proposed plaza leading who play and sing not at us,
but, to us-how delightful it is to
from our new terminal.Our ,listen to them. Yes, there is a talk-
new terminal has been under
ability that can express itself even
WNU Service. construction almost as long as New without words.-Van Dyke.

York's unfinished ?.., ....,,,
Cathedral of St. :

John. Inch by inch Y ,
Buffet Set
Home Heating s it progresses, giving Inexpensive
fil i t44 4 y / :,xI creeping, defiance to That's Done in a Jiffy

those critics who _
By Barclay ".
"I-nts Heating Expert say that what Los %SW This-the newest in crochet-in-
7 ,1h Angeles needs is not N>' expensive-quickly made in one

any additional en- or two colors (the leaf border con-

I T'S really' no trick to build a trances, but' more 4 trasting) adds beauty to your &\:
good furnace fire quickly and exits: home. Make luncheon or buffet.
easily. On second glance ''
sets-scarfs or just doilies-use
Leave a layer of ashes about I decided the ownerof

two inches deep spread on the the business propIrvin S. Cobb

grates. Spread about two inches erty behind this

of coal over this layer of ashes. strange rampart probably made the .

Over the coal, place a generous same mistake I did. I saw''' a pic- ,
amount of kindlingnewspapersand ture in the paper and I said, "Pretty -

light, dry wood. P yaw y, >:+'.. ;_ late to be printing a photographof I ti
The turn damper in the smoke Fifth avenue showing how it appeared Q eh.

pipe and the ashpit damper shouldbe when the World's war heroes

open wide. If the ashpit damper got through pranking last month." I
The news camera man took his life in his hands to secure this excellent looked again and saw it was onlya

Turn Damper photograph of Japanese "mopping up" operations in the. Chapei scene in Shanghai.So .
wide ope district of Shanghai. "Mopping up" is the military euphemistic term for I figure this forehanded Los

stamping out whatever life is left after the artillery bombardment has Angeleno is just getting ready for

check done its work. next year's convention of the vets

damper out here. When his wall is abso-

rinsed UI. JOiduuul lutely impregnable against assault,

? he'll no doubt' paint a big sign on

: V: NINOUNe "Welcome, American Legion.
WIDE (OM. D Western Newspaper Union.
OPEN ASHES CKindness *
?" \ Chautemps Gives WarningIF largely of army officers. He de. for Reptiles.

creed the establishment of a popu- the slogan, "Kindness for
arises Franceis UNDER
on your furnace is in back, openit THE necessity lar tribunal to deal with persons ," the National Park l
and ready to employ
and also the ashpit door in prepared accused of tampering with public service discourages people from destroying -
force in defense of her vital inter
front. This assures maximum funds and announced "a national political every creature they en-
ests. At the same time she offers
draft and quick ignition. to all nations purge." The people acceptedthe counter; merely because it wrigglesor
When the kindling is burning peace change of government quietly. crawls.
"that will prove by perle cotton or just string. Pat-
well, add fresh coal gradually. In their acts their desire --K I'm what you might call an oc- tern 1532 contains detailed direc

this way you get a deep fire in .;<< r to keep their engagements Japanese Drive CheckedS casional snakist, indulging in snakes tions for making the design
little time-the kindling burningthe loyally." only in moderation. In other words, shown; illustrations of it and of
coal beneath it and the fire days and nights of intensified '
Such was the I can take my snakes or I can leave all stitches used; material requirements -
in turn coal above it. f fighting around Shanghai brought 4.
igniting the warning, evidently them be. But realizing that prac- photograph of section
>From time to time, add additional M.: from the spokesman of the Japanese tically all snakes destroy noxious ,
directed especially of work; suggestions for varied J1
I fuel until you have a solid, deep :$>A ;'- to Italy and Germany army the admission that its vermin, I refrain from murderingevery uses.
fire. When this is done check general advance of more than 100-,
snake of
4 which Pre- passing regardless Send 15 cents in stamps or coins
your dampers and close the ash- mier Camille Chau- 000 men with tanks" and planes was his private habits and personal disposition (coins preferred) for this patternto
"slowed down. The Chinese had
pit door.. temps uttered be- blown up bridges, mined highwaysand just for being'a snake.I The Sewing"Circle, Needlecraft

fore a congress of erected barbed wire entangle- was raised in a locality where Dept., 82 Eighth Ave., New York;
M.Chautemps the central federation moccasin snakes' N. Y.
were so numerousthe
ments, and all the time had bat-
of his Radical Socialist party."I Republicans used to accuse us
tled the invaders desperately.
: CONSTIPATED ? hope especially in the grievous Bullets from a Japanese plane of voting them at county elections.Yet .
affair of Spain this pacific, prudent I recall only one instance of a
one British soldier and RELIEF
t What a difference good and courageous action will succeedin endangered moccasin snake biting anybody, andit FOR WATERY
Americans and
other for-
bowel habits can make! cutting short the violations of justice must have been tempted beyondall y
eigners the of the inter-
; on edge
To keep food wastes soft which cannot be renewed with- power of self-control, for the
national settlement in
I: and moving,many out constraining France and Britainto Shanghai. Of- fellow bitten was a pious party who ;> TRY
protests were lodged immedi- '
,:' doctors recom renew their liberty of action," didn't think little children should be THISoa
ately and the matter serious
: : mend Nujol.I Chautemps said. was so suffered to believe in Santa Claus.
that it was referred to London and FENEip ZD
The premier's declaration recalled Tokyo. NOSE R 0 P
French insistence that unless
_*- Movie Preferences.I TREATMENT
nonintervention committee soon DON'T like movies about hospi-
I tfF1 pulled foreign troops out of Spain F. D. R. on Farm Bill tals where an impossible young 25'A BOTTLE
France would open her frontier to I
aid the Spanish P RESIDENT ROOSEVELT, re- surgeon performs impossible opera- rPETO1NOSE
,.' government. turning to his Hyde Park home, tions, in four strokes under, par, us-
Mussolini insists
are only was giving especial attention to the ing his irons all the way 'round; DROPSCONTAIN ,
40,000 Italian volunteers in
Spain farm legislation which he wishes and then, while replacing the divots, EPHEDRINE .Xj

ri. INSIST ON GENUINE NUJOL and Fascist organs in Italy said passed by congress in the extraordi-, makes love to an impossible although -
: these figures must be accepted by
Copr.1937.Stuco Inc. nary session. He sent duplicate let- beauteous nurse. But between
the nonintervention committee with- ters to Chairman Ellison D. Smith operations he washes his hands. Hold Secrets

out argument. I of the senate agriculture committeeand Dadgum him, he's always washinghis The truly wise man should haveno

All Serve It Dispatches from Paris say that Chairman Marvin Jones of the hands! Who does, he think he keeper of his secret but him-

A brave soul is a thing which all Mussolini and Hitler at their recent house committee urging them to is, Pontius Pilate? self.-Guizot.

;? things serve.-Alexander Smith. meeting in Germany reached an speed up the legislation, but warn- I don't like movies about news-
agreement by which Italy was given ing that it must be kept within
offices where the hero is a '
right to order some long
budgetary limits unless congresswas drunken reporter who behaves in a Lazy, grouchy
range guns the Krupp works
;I gGgSTx and prepared to impose new taxes. manner peculiar to newspaper reporters You may feel this wayas
:. WpR1.D'SA ship. armor In return plate Hitler for a new war- "The new national farm act (in the movies) ; which is a result of constipation

'"A.-', R ATt free hand in southeastern was promiseda should safeguard farmers' incomeas so darned peculiar that, in a real Constipation is an enemy of pleasure. -

i"'J obtain the foodstuffs and Europeto trade well as their soil fertility," the newspaper office, somebody'd beat It dulls your enjoyment of the
President wrote. "It should provide out his brains with a wet towel.I best entertainment and the. best
: Germany needs. is
( Italy plainly
for storage of reserve food movies friends.
sup- like showing Myrna Loy,
0'f.' menacing sions France's African posses- plies in an ever normal granary, when not playing nurse; and Spencer To neglect constipation is to In-
;.{:: but the danger of an ad- so that if severe and widespread Tracy,. when not playing re- vite serious trouble.Foryour health's
vance by Germany through Czecho- drouth recurs consumers will be as- porter. sake, take Black-Draught at the first

So the Man slovakia and Austria has delayeda sured of more adequate supplies sign of constipation. You'll soon feel
showdown in the Mediterranean.Chautemps' better. Here: a laxative:: that is
typical boy becomes the with less drastic increases in price Gossip About Cobb.
declaration purely vegetable, prompt, relIable.BLACKDRAUGHT.
f., typical man. of policy than otherwise would be the case. a little effort to trace down
give II Duce
may _+rFranco's pause. "It should provide for control of now going around:
s surpluses when and if necessarybut (I) The claim that I am going to
Many, Many Women ProgressGENERALISSIMO at the same time it should pre- play Scarlett in "Gone With the A GOOD LAXATIVE

Say Cardui Helped ThemBy FRANCO, serve the export markets that still Wind" is absolutely unfounded. Lat-

taking Cardui, thousands of completed his conquestof are open to our farmers."It est word is that the coveted role Love of' Fame

women have found they can avoid Gijon and the rest of the loyalist should protect both farmers will go to Fannie Brice, althoughthe The love of fame is the last

;,: .much of the monthly suffering they territory in northwest Spain, began and consumers against extreme ups Ritz brothers are being men- weakness which even the wise re
used to endufe. Cramping spells, moving his insurgent forces east- and downs in prices of farm prod- tioned. If they should be chosen, sign.-Tacitus.
nagging pains and jangled nerves ward to the Aragon front where his ucts. It should be financed by sound Scarlett will be pl yed as a three-

can be relieved-either by Carduior officers said the "decisive offensiveof fiscal methods. Local administration handed quartette.II .

by a physician's treatment. the war" would be begun. should be kept in the farmers' ( ) Dame Rumor hath it that the
V Besides easing certain pains, Car- Government dispatches announcedthe hands." Atlantic sperm whale will be renamed -

;V dui aids In building up the whole Madrid-Valencia loyalist regimewas Urging sound fiscal relations, Mr. the Justice Black sperm

system by helping women to get prepared to block the insurg- Roosevelt said that it is importantnot whale. Not yet confirmed Leaf 40 :OUR"CapBrusVAppficator= .
more Cardui strength from their food. ents on all sectors of the 300-mile to interfere with the expected sounds sort of plausible. The At- ,,

tree by with directions for home line from the French frontier southto balancing of the budget in the fiscal lantic sperm whale "has a hide almost JUST A make"BL4CRLEAF/0'GO MUCH FARTHER
women, be bought
may at the DASH IN FEATHERS..
1938-39. two feet thick.
drug store. (Pronounced "Cardui.") Teruel, east of Madrid. year
--K -+- (III) The' statement that Charley OR SPREADiON; ROOSTS

Ecuador Coup de'Etat Steiwer to Retire McCarthy may join the reorganizedbrain
checks trust at Washington remains
MALARIF. G EN. ALBERTO ENRIQUEZ, TWENTY years of public service unsettled. Probably without foun- COAPAne with any price photo the finishing boa utI'at
war minister of Ecuador, and for Senator Frederick dation. For while Charley is trainedto I ful clear Never-Fade Velox Pictures Jack
t wirt In three days.UUU officers of the army executed a coup Steiwer of Oregon, Republican. He sit upon his master's knee, he Rabbit glvei you. Any size roll kodak

'- : COILDS d'etatK which forced Provisional has announced that he will not seek cannot be depended on to keep silent I I Prints film developed.for only EIGHT. .Never-Fade. Velox

', LIQUID, TABLETS first day President Federico Paez to resign re-election next year, but will return and has too many brains to be I Thousands of Kodakers get.2 5/
:<' : and leave the country. Enriquez at to the 1 Less from
SALVE. HOSE DROPS Headache, 30 mlnutas.Try"RnbMy.Tlsm"World' practice of law. Steiwerwas trusted. Better Picture for
i once assumed power as "supreme the keynoter of the Republican IRVIN S. COBB.
.Best Liniment chief" with a cabinet composed national convention of 1936. -WNU Service. I JaskRRbbitCo. COIN,

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SUNDAY .3, ; .- J
When to Add Salt. Salt will
.4 improving the flavor and appear- .,
.I J}! By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST curdle new milk. In preparing ance of many dishes. Store in an
i Dean of the Moody Bible Institutej K \ !Y' porridge, gravies, etc., salt should airtight tin. .j jC

I J j Western of Newspaper Chicago. Union. not be added until the dish is pre .
3 pared. Filling for Tea Biscuits.-a '- -:i

1 x dines mixed with salad dressingand

I Lesson for November 7 For Tight-Fitting Lid.-To remove a few drops of lemon juice ';,;

a tight-fitting lid from a cof- make excellent filling for tiny tea ,
1 CHRISTIAN CHARACTER AND fee can: wrap a 'light wire around biscuits. '

PEACE the can below the lid, insert a *

J stick and twist it up tight. Keeping Boards From Warping.

1 LESSON TEXT-Colosslans 3117. Warping of long boards can be
GOLDEN TEXT-And let the peace of
1 Cod rule In your hearts to the which also F 1raoqoxy Save Stale Bread Crumbs. prevented to a considerable extent -
1 ye are called In one body.-Colosslans 3:15. ', Bread that has become hard and by standing them on end or ';

JUNIOR PRIMARY TOPIC-In TOPIC-In His His Name.Name. n. ( \:::i>'i! ; "aw v.. 'wF Y.ww < .4,( h.: 'Y.' '.. ---- :stale can be ground into crumbs, on one:' edge so both sides are

j't INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOPIC- .,, \7 browned in the oven, and used for equally exposed tote weather.
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The Christian Cure for Strife.

l Lightship Anchored on Nantucket Shoals.
I Armistice day is but a few days

::1 j away, a fact which was probably in Lightships and Lighthouses Save Lives HOWSEW4t
3 mind when the title of our lesson

: was"Christian chosen character", for while it it also speaks refers of and Property Along America's CoastsPrepared

to "peace." But the peace spoken -.' Ruth
J of here is the peace of God which is Washington by National, D. C.-WNU Geographic Service.Society. Marked advance has since been Wyeth Spears c'L'
made in lightship design. The
I the result of peace with God and about
The bobbing breaking strength of mooring chains
1 which issues in holy living. LIGHTSHIPS
only hope of this world for a real our coast, has been doubled; even a West In-

and lasting peace is in the winningof warning mariners of dan- dies hurricane passing up the coast I

men and women to glad alle- gerous shoals, may not stir the seldom parts a mooring. Ij
Recent in .
Improvements Lightships.In
giance to the Prince of Peace, our
Imagination of passengers on the of September 1933
Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. gale ( :
Altogether proper is the close con- passing ships, but they have Diamond Shoal lightship draggedher I

nection in Scripture between the played an important part in 5,500-pound mushroom anchor

.,. most profound spiritual truth and guarding life and property at five withstood miles,the but tremendous the mooring strain.chain'

practical holy living. Whether it be
Our coastal lighthouse system was
done in land of enlightenment or sea.They
a darkness the have repeatedly given refuge fairly well completed in the last ? c
in the midst of heathen ; (
God to the the shipwrecked. A Ger- century. Structures which house '
teaching of the deep things
man submarine raider visited New- the great lights of today were for
brings forth in the receptive
port in 1916, before we entered the the most part built from 60 to 80
appreciation of God's provisionfor
World war. Later it went out and years ago.Progress.
redemption, a consciousness i
made its lair near Nantucket light- in recent years has been
and hatred of sin and an appropriation -
of victory in Christ. All three ship, where, until the alarm spread, more in technical improvements,
." .' vessels were contantly passing. The making use of radio, electricity, I
: of these factors emerge in the studyof
lesson. submarine sank a number of unarmed new illuminants, and improved fog :
merchant ships, the crews of signals.Six .
I. "Seek Those Things Which Are which took refuge on the lightship.At light stations of the first rank,

.. ., .; Above" (vv. 1-4). one time there were 115 ship- recently completed, show the differ-

Faith in Christ'makes us one with wrecked men aboard the lightship, ent needs that occasionally arise. ....... ...
him in his death and in his resur- and 19 ships' boats were trailing on At North Manitou, in the northern There May Be Many Reasons for DfK -

rection. We are therefore to live a line astern. part of Lake Michigan, a station Making Quilted Chair Pads. j _

in resurrection power Our Lord As bad weather ensued shortly, has been built in 22 feet of water to ALL the reasons for quilted \'

has entered into heaven, and is and the locality is 47 miles from take the place of a lightship. Two IF chair pads were lined in :
up order .
there seated at God's right hand.If the nearest land, it is certain that other similar stations have recently of their importance the most Ii :

we are in him, if we have died many of these seamen would have been completed in this lake. intangible reason of all might head ,

and arisen with him, we are dead lost their lives had it not been for At Cape Decision, Alaska, a new the list. Yes, it is quite likely

to the things of this world and our the. haven provided by the lightship.The light and fog signal station standsin that any decorator, amateur or

one desire is to "seek" those things only navigational aid in this a key position for the navigationof professional would place atmos- edges, sewing the ties right in with

._ which are above. country destroyed by the enemy southeast Alaska, situated as it phere at the top. But then it is the binding as shown here at D.
The mystic union of the believer during the World war was the Dia- is at an entrance from the outside, also possible that first rating Every Homemaker should havea

with Christ brings us so close to mond Shoal lightship off Cape Hat- and at a turning point for the inside might be given to the reason that copy of Mrs. Spears' 'new book,

God our Father that we may say teras. passages.At the pressure of slats across the SEWING. Forty-eight pages of

with the poet: On the afternoon of August 8, 1918, the south end of Santa Barbara backs of chairs is softened by step-by-step directions for making

"Near so very near to God a. submarine raider began firing at channel, off the coast of California, quilted pads. Then, though it slipcovers and dressing tables;
Nearer I could not be.
For In the person of His Son a merchant ship about a mile anda navigation is now safeguarded by might not be mentioned, it is a restoring and upholstering chairs,

I am as near as He." half away. The lightship broad- the station on Anacapa island, a known fact that worn out cane couches; making curtains for every -

:. We are "hid with Christ in God." cast by radio a warning to other guide both to coasting vessels and seats are sometimes replacedwith type of room and purpose.

'. .t...;' :" He is our very life. Note however vessels in the vicinity, and this was to those approaching Los Angeles inexpensive compositionseats Making lampshades, rugs, otto

that this union with Christ expresses undoubtedly .the means of saving from the open sea. which may be disguised by mans and other useful articles for

: itself in a most practical many ships. But it resulted in the The sixth of these new primary gay quilted pads. the home. Readers wishing a copy

manner for we as Christians are submarine's firing six shots at the stations stands at.the entrance from Chintz, calico or gingham chair should send name and address,

admonished to lightship, and later returning and Lake Huron to the St. Mary's river, pads are in fact one of the sim- enclosing 25 cents, to Mrs. Spears,
where it was necessary to have a 210 South Desplaines St., Chicago,
it The
II. "Mortify Your Members sinking by gunfire. crews got plest and most inexpensive waysof
guide close to the channel for the Illinois.
upon the Earth" (vv. 5-9). away in boats. Lake Superior traffic. adding color and charm as wellas

Some Notable Life Work.. comfort to a room. Such padsare
The most spiritual Christian is the Saving The most powerful light in the
Resolve Alone
often used the backs of
one who is most sensitive to sin !
: Blunts Reef lightship marks the American lighthouse system shines
and most earnest in his chairs and not on the seats, and Never tell resolution be
purpose outer limit of rocks off Cape Men- from a low structure atop the At- your
that it should be mortified-which docino, a wild and desolate sectionof lantic Highlands at Navesink, New especially for side chairs, the seat forehand; but when the cast is

means "put to death." We'may the California coast. Jersey. Its penetrating beam meas- pads used without any back cov- thrown, play it as well as you can

not temporize-we must not- com- At 1:30 on a June morning in ures 9,000,000 candlepower. ering. In making such small to win the game you are at.-
promise with sin. Put it to death. 1916 the lookout boat things as these it is quite easy to Selden.
reported a
Vicissitudes of Lighthouses.
The list ,of things which are to be hailing the lightship. On coming do the quilting on the machine.Or .

put away include a number of sins alongside, the officer in charge stat- Progress, as well as nature's as- if you wish to take the other

which we recognize at once as ut- ed that the steamship Bear had saults, sometimes dooms fine old point of view about it, the work of i

,'- -" '" terly inconsistent with a Christian stranded between the cape and lighthouses. Often these towers fig- quilting them by hand would not H EAT
profession. But note also that there ure prominently in local history and consume an unreasonable amountof .
False Cape rock. In all, nine life-
are a number of them which are all romance. Fortunately, such old time. There is no doubt that
boats and 155
Christian came alongside, peo- towers sometimes can be preserved.The handwork has a certain quaintness -
or too common among people
-1 j Coleman
ple from the Bear, including'manywomen WITH
covetousness, anger, wrath, taken aboard the state of New Jersey has taken that machine work lacks. I ,
malice, and so forth. Lying and over the tall tower of Barnegat' The pads shown here are made RADIANT HEATER
and hot coffee and
shameful talk are condoned by some light, which is of diminished importance with one layer of sheet wadding A Coleman _

.1 (and practiced by many). warm bedding. to navigation. The first between the two layers of the will bring
.tJ- Other lifeboats arrived later with you plenty
.. I Cape Henry tower, in Virginia, has chintz. The edge bindings. and ties ofquick,
Ill! "Put On the New Man" (vv. survivors. '
.. '7' been transferred to a patriotic or- are made of bias tape. Cut the penetratlag ,
11-17). This all happened during dense healthful, radiantwarmth-
W ganization, and that at Cape Flori- three layers of the pad material 4
1- Christianity is positive. We put fog which had lasted for two days
like Bummer
da is preserved by'a private pur- exactly the size and shape
. 'j ; off sin-we put on righteousness. with the station fog signals sounding I you lunshine..for
want them to be when finished. only 21 all
Knowing no lines of racial or creedal regularly. Now a radiobeaconhas hour! It is
When the sea encroaches, it is Place the sheet wadding betweenthe
. ..
al distinction we recognize Christ been placed on Blunts Reef portable
i often difficult to save an old station. two layers of covering mate- carry and use -
"all and in all. Then "God'select ,
as as lightship.In Usually it is less expensive to rial as shown here at A. Either it anywhere
and beloved 1916 Fire Island in on chilly* MODEL NO.5B
holy we are lightship,
J move it, or to build another light- phVor baste in this position, and mornings *
: 'clothed with the Spirit of Christ. the to New York
approach was \ and evenings. Makes and burns its) own
, house.
then quilt as shown here at B.
Tenderhearted, kind, lowly, meek, rammed by the steamer Philadel- gal from regular untreated gasoline.
Thus, along the low-lying, sandy Make the ties by stitching the
It'f just the beater for homes, offices,
of a forgiving spirit, long-suffering; phian, and her side cut open for south Atlantic states and Gulf i lengthwise edges of the bias tape shops,etc. See this heater at your dealer'
all these Christlike of living four feet below the line.
ways water
FREE FOLDERS-Send postcard, no-wl
'coasts, many early masonry towers together, and then tack them to
'I: should appear in those<; who are hid The ship was saved from sinking have succumbed to the Metal THE COLEMAN LAMP AND STOVE CO.
sea. the corners of the pad as at C be-
Dept.WU407. Wichita Kans. Chicago. III.
with him in God. As the encircling only by the remarkable of ; ;
presence structures have been dismantledand fore it is bound. Now, bind the Philadelphia I'a.;.Los Angeles, Calif. (7407)liiiiiilii
. band which holds together these mind and quick work of her crew, moved back to places of safety. .
beautiful and precious virtues, we who shifted weights, slung out boats, Eleven years ago the historic -

'I have love, "the bond of perfectness" and filled them with water, so as lighthouse at Cape Henlopen, Dela-

, (v. 14). to list the vessel and bring the dam- ware, was destroyed by the inroadsof 5

These outward manifestations of age above the water line. the Atlantic. Henlopen was one I i I l I
j our oneness with Christ have an inward Lightship number retired PLUG"FIVE
one was of the early Colonial lights.
, controlling power-for in our from duty in 1930, after 75 years of Our steady change to modern automatic -
'i hearts "the peace of Christ" is to service. This vessel was built for lights has saved the public

4 "rule." The word means to serve the station then known as Nantucket much money. But for primary

'j as "umpire," as a referee in times New South Shoals, and remainedon lights the maxim is, "Safety is
: of difficulty. There in the Christian this exposed station for 36 "
years, found only in certainty, and human
. man's inmost being we also find the with only sails for power.In attention, given by lightkeepers, Minus TWO

t f'- 1"- "word of Christ" dwelling, really early years it was not easy to must be retained. An exception is

j '.. ,. abiding, and not in scarcity but maintain lightships on outside sta the lighthouse operated by the Unit-
IS "richly. Small wonder"that there tions. The first attempts in thisountry ed States government on Navassa Leaves

,1.1 is in such a heart a never-ending were made at Sandy Hook, island in the West Indies. Here the of school taught
The arithmetic days
God's ? Well, yes-and no. your
song which glorifies and grace at the entrance to New York bay, keepers were removed because of that "If Mary had five dollars and spent two three dollars remained.But .

t and which helps admonishes in 1823, and at Diamond Shoal, off difficulty in maintaining them on that is mathematics-not shopping!In managing a home.. guarding
I others. Hatteras, in 1824. In the latter this uninhabited and barren island
a limited family income. .we've simply got to do better than Mary did.We
Our final verse sums up the life I case the ship broke from her moor- between Jamaica and Hispaniola.This must sharpen our buying wits. ascertain where the dollars of extra value

; uf the Christian, for in whatsoeverhe ings within a few months, and, after lighthouse now has two auto- lurk. .take five dollars to town and get much more for the money spent

does there is but one motive, one being replaced several times, was matic flashing lights, one above the Fortunately, there are ever-willing guides right at hand-the advertise-

: purpose-a willing thankful response wrecked in 1827. It was 70 years other, with independent gas suppliesfor ments in this newspaper. Advertised merchandise is often exceptionalvalue
to the will of God. He does I before another lightship was placedoff each, to insure that one light will merchandise. It makes dollars S-T-R-E-T-C-H.
nothing that he cannot do in the! Diamond Shoal. 'always show.
1 name of the Lord Jesus.

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The Clewiston News and indifferent to inform ourselves I the illusion of a train. We half ex- necessary and those receiving the I wish to work or you, g people excluded -

on questions" of real import. We just pect the waitress to ask for our tick- cards should fill them out immedI- because of state child labor-

can't be bthered about the Govern- et instead of taking our order fora ately and mall them. All must be i 1 laws or local ordinances.i .

Published every; Friday In Clewiston, ment, but we howl like timber coke. mailed before midnight of Novem-
Florida, by; the CLEWISTON NEWS, wolves when an activity of the same ber 20.Those. i ---
Government bothers us. We vote And since we're tired from wash- tI
people who should fill out GLADES FIRE ;
KHATIILDY BOWDEN, Editor now and then for a president, cr ing the Hallowe'en soap off our the report cards are placed in the 11 I WARDEN, AI

governor, or sheriff, and pay littleor windows (no, cleaning didn't hurt following classes with
every person (Moore Haven Democrat
no attention to senators, con- them) we close with a clipping from in the )
family coming in these classes -I I E. L. Brannen assumed the
Entered as second class mall matter gressmen, representatives, commis- Henry M'Lemore, a United Press po-
February I. 1927, at the Post Office In filing a separate report: (a) All sition of deputy fire warden in
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of sioners and a raft of other minor t:f- I correspondent which we hope you'll] persons who are totally' unemplovred '' Glades county on the first
March 3, 1897.Subscription! ficials. A real contest for Supreme of the
enjoy as much as we did: 'I
able to work and want to work. month replacing M. A. Summers who
Court seats ought to a long 'I
go way Probably the question most often (b) All persons partly employed I has held the position for the past
toward Court .
making us Supreme
note $2.00 Per Year. asked a sportswriter is: who are able to do more work and :year. Governor Fred P. Cone made
conscious. The and influenceof
AdicrtNIng Ilulcs Application. power "Of all sports, which is the most want more work. (c) All persons the appointment and it
the Court over the lives and wel-' came as a
exhausting on the players? Is it a working full time or; part time on ]I[ complete surprise to almost
fare of the people it was set to everyone -
Devoted to the advancement and wel-: up four-mile marathon, or boxing?" WPA, NYA, CCC or other emergency here.
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. serve justifies the selection of its
Until last night I probably would work projects which are supported -
personnel with the utmost care and I Mr. Brannen, until recently was
have answered the mile run as' th by public funds.
consideration. Anything that will employed by the U. S. Sugar Corporation -
Crownless hats, toeless shoes and cause the average citizen to even mile run is run today. But now, af- Persons who should not fill out j! In the capacity of field foreman -

backless dresses-and then V. L. S. THINK about it will be extremely ter a night in Greenville, I have but the cards are the following: (1) i I and made his home at Benbow

of West Palm Beach wants some helpful.In one answer: "The Big Apple." Those working full time for wagesor I camp. He has been' a resident of

one else to go on with the story. And don't tell me the "Big Appleisn't commissions or who devote their I this section for a number of years.Counselor .
the passing of Chief Justice
Some people are never satisfied. sport. There are more people full time to their own business or
Fred H. Davis, Florida lost a brilliant -
"Big Appling" and trying to "BigApple" profession even if they should be I '
and able jurist. In the appoint-I in this country right now looking for other
(2) Persons
LaVerne Moore, of John Mon- ment of Roy Chapman to fill the va- than there are people doing anythingelse. working part time on any but emer- J. M. CO USE
tague fame, may or may not havean caused his death
cancy by untimely I
gency projects
I and who do not
opportunity of cashing in on his
the Governor gave us a man able i Until I got to Greenville my know want more work. (3. Persons who and Attorney; at Law
notoriety. But if he does have the
and qualified to fill a position of ledge of the dance to end all danr" are on strike. (4) Persons Hopkins BuildingWednesdays
should seize it,
opportunity upon
such importance. I was limited to the exhibitions put rarily sick :'or disabled who have and Saturdays
so fickle a thing is public fancy.
Whether Chapman'remains on on nightly at the Rainbow. Room, full time jobs which' they will return 9:30 to 4:00F't01UDA

Newspaper reading is very edu- the Court bench or is to be succeeded : that soft lights and sweet music to. (5) Persons on vacation or

cational. Lately we've added "igu- by someone else, remains for the place high in Radio City. Last night taking time off from a job to which

people to decide. In Tom Watson I saw the "Big' Apple" that was a they will return. (6 r. Administrative .- :
ana" and "sulfanilamide" to our vo,
he will face a forceful and energetic "Big Apple" danced by the people employees of WPA, NYA, CCC
'em ,
cabulary.: We can read pro- ,
campaigner and in seeking Davis' who originated it, and the place or other emergency projects. Others'
nounce and spell 'em, and we even ,
have a pretty fair conception of post Watson enters the race against I where it was born. excluded, are those who are unable..!

what they mean. Chapman. Gillis probably will oppose Just outside of Greenville is a to work because of permanent disability -

Ellis and will prove a mighty rpadhouse-the Southland. There, to or chronic illness, persons

On the United Air Lines "Main- tough opponent. the sweet strains of a nickleodeon, who have retired and who do not I

near Every member of the present and the sweeter odor of pork bar-
line which crashed -
Court, obtained his seat by gubernatorial becue, spare ribs, fried fish, and I
City two weeks ago were two New
appointment and none has ever chitlings, the cullud gentry do them- 4'1: f
York news reel men, William H.
been defeated for re-election. In selves a "big apple" from the tim
: Pitt and James Pergola, who with
17 others were killed. The news- fact I don't believe, in the historyof the sun goes down 'til the sun comes CHANGE RENT RECEIPTS

the Court, that a Justice
ever up.
men were en route west to do a film I'
entitled "The Safety of Transconti- gained, his seat other than by appointment -l Greenville folk will tell you thatit r a" .

nental Flying." and none to my knowledge was at the Southland and not in i r

has ever been defeated at the a roadhouse outside nearby Colum-
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polls. But it could happen and many bia, South Carolina, that the most .l.Jt
Hail to Delray Beach which is
believe the record will be brokenin amazing of all dances-and that
making progress in improving the
condition of its city jail. Separate the coming election. Watson goes for all the steps clean back lo = .,..

I von't find Chapman any push-ovor, the hoppity, hops of the sun worship-
..... cells are being constructed for ladies
but he shouldn't be discounted en- pers-was launched. There are sev-
and for gentlemen, the ladies seem
to have objected to having gentle-I tirely. Gillis, regardless of whom he eral stories as to its origin. Some say

will it started when fellow said he
men as cell mates, gentlemen not opposes' run a mighty gtfodace. a
In the meantime, the Supreme was crazy and then set out to prove N
always being gentlemen under such
circumstances. Court is something for the voter to I it. Others say it started when another 1DGETPLA

THINK about. I fellow, after watching the firs

nnnananonrtnadUa 0.baenir crazy fellow dance, said he was stop at thtlo '
much crazier than that-and provedit

Too Late To Classify with the "big apple". It is as simple as it sounds, t 'PcdtieW:
I am inclined to believe the. sec- too. All you need is a modest

I ( from -page 1)I---I ond or, 'crazier, explanation. down payment.Then the balance -

CJ3.y 'R.lSsell KaytBBBBBHBBBBBBHBBHBBBBBBBBBI I a hoax, a practical joke The Southland "big appje" be- is spread over a period, 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll
repayable monthly just like :
please. A check with the victims $
of the telegraph of- gins simply enough rent. No bother-
worry, no .
( ice failed to reveal that the cable grouped in'a circle somewhat after and you have something to Outside Rooms With I

While- Justices of the Federal Supreme had come through, so Bessie 'smiled I the manner of a football team in show for your money. Private Bath

o Court are appointed by the like a good sport.; It wouldn't be a huddle. But no quarterback.. -not Whether your income is small

President and serve for life or until fCsny to most of us. A Clewiston even the All-American quarterback or large, you can find the COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
echo is: her residence such action as did the exact home for the amount
retirement, such is not the case with during here -ever got
;you can. afford monthly. If Overlooking
Justices of the Florida Supreme she frequently spoke of the day Southland signal caller. build Biscayne Bay
:you want to use our
Court, who are elected by the peo- when her sweepstakes winnings "Stamp hard," he bellowed. Home Owners' Consultation Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and

ple and serve for terms of six years. would make her wealthy, and she The floor"shook, the barbecue Service for ideas-without
Business Section.
Three Justices: of the Florida high solemnly promised Francis Wright whirled on the spit, the pine, trees obligation.Learn now how
and Bourne send moaned under the impact of the easily you can own your homeat
court, whose terms expire next year, Hervey to them ,
present f.ixor.ible
must announce their candidacy for I''' each $100.00 when she won her for- dancers' feet. prices. ... RATES

reelection not later than January 1 tune. And was there excitement In "Kick high." .

if they desire to remain in office.If I the two boys' lives for 24 hours- The roof lifted. $1.50 Single

nominated in the Democratic primary -I for they doubted not that Bessie I "Susie Q to the right truck with Clewiston Federal

next May, their names will would keep her word. The paper re- I yo' partner; everybody join hands." $2.50 DoubleSpecial

appear on' the general election ballots vealing the hoax said that "Bessie The place tools on the appearance hMonthly
I Savings and LoanAssociation Family &
next November.The took it like a man", so what could that hell must have on Satan's

three Justices whose terms the two boys do but take it like a night out. Rates

expire are W. H. Ellis, Rivers Bur man also? The quarterback shouted again,' S. D. McCREARY, Proprietor

ford and Roy H. Chapman. Chap- 1 as he pointed, to a particular dancer:

man: appointed by the Governor to And G. Small's garden continues 'You-you Teeter Fitts-rise and {f W y ,

succeed the late Justice Fred H. ". to flourish. In fact it looks like a shine." .

Davis, if elected, would serve the farm. Being 'too lazy to garden for That's all Teeter Fitts needed.

unexpired two years of the Davis ourselves, we take it out in admiring Breaking away from the group, f 1s':'.:":":.':..:":":":NN.IN11 :NNNN..:..:..:..:..:N:..:..:NN:..:..:..:..:NNNNN:Mfif.%.-NN:N:' usj '
term, while Ellis and Buford wouldbe and envying the neighbor's Teeter, looking as if he might have \j _,,

reelected for six years each. theirs. I just stepped out of Bud : n

Supreme Court seats are seldom barbecue stand with Florian Slap-I I':: I

contested and the public as a ,whole I Speaking of neighbors, the Biggs pey, rose and shone. In five min- '; +

knows very little about the Court or I have a new pup-Paddy, the cun- utes he did more work than all the I .*<

I its functions. The average voter, if ningest little cocker spaniel you ev- athletes I've ever seen out together :; :P CLEViISTON.60LF Ji

asked to name those who dignify the er saw, 9 weeks old and every hair could do. This Lindy hop was a mile .; .

Florida Bench, would find it diffi- is black as the blackest spades. Our in .4 minutes flat; his Suzy Q a 90- :

cult to do so. own pup Bouncy, who is half 'shepherd yard run through a broken field; 'i.: -: ::

The coming election should and half spitz, had sort of his Charleston five deuced sets, and :i: .- -- '.. COLJRS ,--, :i:

I, change the situation and it is prob- adopted the Biggs' since they lost his buck and wing fifteen full 'J'' .;:',:" '. ..',,"- .:.

able that the voters ,will hear a their dog, Dinny. Bouncy went over rounds.In ::: -; ... '/

great deal about the Supreme Court every evening for a little friendly short it was something, packing :=: ) : 5 'f.' / .-i: : i

, between now and next May, for call. And the day they came home more action, in a smoky little .i. :

t: while the Justices whose terms with Paddy: he met the car with a room, than the Giants and Yanks ::: :, ', -..-. "' '.'
expire -
: ;" :.
r; have. not yet officially announced gleeful welcome, as he always does could do in a stadium built for 75- ;- ':- ) :i;

ed, they probably will do so and for his adored Biggs. Then he saw 000. 4: ?

'. 'will be called upon to do a bit of Paddy, and saw that Paddy was get- :i: I

campaigning to retain their seats as ting the little attentions that had j U. S. Employment :_: -

all three of them been his alone since Dinny passed I I
undoubtedly will
face an opponent. I away. It was more than his trustingand I Census Nov. 16-20/ ::: 1 III
to the Public
Two candidates have already 'announced. jealous heart could bear. He I I :: in ]
gave them a reproving look and left :
; Immediately following the ';-
death of..Justice Fred Davis, and before the house. He stayed home and refused -I Beginning on November 16 and j :?: I

his successor was to even go near the Biggs', ending on November 20 the ; ;I 't'
Tom Watson, prominent Tampa attorney until today I took him over for a Government will conduct at nationwide I : I i',' :1 t:
formal call on the little cocker ce'nsus i
announced his span- unemployment as provided .i' X
intention to -
become a candidate to fill iel. And both the Biggs' and the for by; the ]last session of Con :III i: I ," I .:.
the unex- i I ..
Bowdens are hoping he'll understand gress. The facilities of the U. S. :-
pired Davis term. This week D. Stew :; I :, I ''
art Gillis of DeFuniak Springs, president the situation and be friends Postal service will be used to car- ::: I ....',.- ,' '"';- .'..:.'

j: of the senate, formally again. Not even a jealous pup shouldbe ry on the census and the help of cvX:: : .- rl, I .:.
announced able to resist the appaling little ery civic unit is solicited to make .:. ;.- '' I
as a candidate I
in group 1. ::
In all probability others will enter Paddy. this: census as complete as possible :?!: Moderate Green FeesExceptional _: ,0-

: the in the short time allotted.On 'i.'t'. I
; race to the end
the Florida
We don't like bank statements.They're Fairways I _:
Supreme Court will be a sub- November 16 cards will be 's'

ject to cuss and discuss for some always a reminder that the delivered to every dwelling in towns ::: Greens
mailbox will be full of bills next I Interesting
time to come. where there is free postal delivery 't'

s All of which is a very good thing. day. and distributedc: from the window of I :;:, Ii
4 The trouble with tho smaller offices. These cards are! '0' I .
you and me and The new seats in the Alston storesare to be filled out i1;; I- : -- 7.- "--- -
lot of other folks is we're'too at once and returned : '':' =
lazy surely comfortable. They give to v .. v 11
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'i":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":,,.. LADIES AID :MAKES PLANS AT KIM KOLSTAD: CELEBRATES Belle. OLEWISTON
' 2X- 1 3 COMMUNITY;: 'i
aborDEX.J :;: Personal Mention :;: BIRTHDAY. WEDNESDAYKim W. E. Godbolt, whose right foot CHURCH '.',.'',, ;.7;
was crushed in an accident ten days
x Plans for the Annual Christmas : Kolstad "
. . . y. entertained a groupof at his Forest C.
home here Taylor
: ' .. .. ago is much im Minister.
..n.'l. 1 .M.N.N.N.M.M.N.N.Ii.II. .NIM. .N.M.N.NIN. .N.N.N.N.u. .N.1 Bazaar were made by the Ladies his friends at the home of Dr. proved. Sunday school
every Sunday _
-,- ,V. T. Cowart spent the week-end Aid Society members at their No- and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle Wednesday Mrs. T. P. Weekley and Mrs. Sam morning at 9:45. Dr. J. W. Ezelle, c j':

: visiting in Jacksonville. afternoon in celebration of his superintendent
c. [ vember meeting yesterday after Carson spent Sunday in Fort Myersas
eighth birthday. After an hour of Junior
noon. The date of the -\Bazaar was outdoor the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. 'Monday evening at ;:"
,,' S. A. Nail of Canal Point was a sports, the guests enjoyeda Weekley and other relatives. 7:00. ,'
po- set as Thursday, December 9th. '
I coo-coo hunt for candies.
iri business visitor here Monday. Mrs. Priscilla Regular meeting of the Christian 1
thewho' ';. Other details will be arranged by Cake and ice cream were servedto Carson and son, Endeavor Society Monday at 8:00. .'
Mrs. Delbert Gilmore of Immokaleeand
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Carlton were Mrs. J. G. Niblack and Mrs. I. :M. W. D. Raines, jr., William Mc- Miss Katherine Curry made I Choir rehersal Thursday evening ,}

,mst e Pafford. Members who have been Cracken, Julian Smith, Gene and a at 8:00. ..j'
; visitors in Fort Myers Friday. trip Sunday afternoon to Fort
I My-
,ade a s Solon Mills and Emma Jane Ezelle. The public is very cordially invit- ;>
working on various articles for the ers. .
sa :Miss Yvonne Johnson spent the Bazaar for several weeks have reported ed to worship in the Community ';;,
crywas- : week-end at her home in Sarasota. splendid progress, and it is Bean ,
thought that there will be a large '',
: .. Mr. and Mrs. J. TV. Curry are supply of attractive, hand-made I
I articles Miss Bernice O'Neal entertained Moore HavenMoore IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? :
Jor- which have been designed r
planning to leave this week-end for i
: members of the Ramblers Club witha : .
He'JOW- a visit in Key West. for use as gifts. weiner roast Thursday evening. A
I The program of the afternoon was fire was built on the levee near the Haven Democrat .r.1

of ',: Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle were I' a continuance of the study of African Hurricane Gate and supper was R. Boe put his new grading belt NORGE REFRIGERATORS :(

us. business visitors yesterday afternoonin | men and was in charge of Mrs. cooked by the members of the group into operation Wednesday in the A. Furniture and Home Furnishings ,3

,West Palm Beach. W. C. Owen. after they assembled. C. L. station here end on that day PHILCO RADIOS
-' '.. Mrs. Foy Durrence and Mrs. Art Among those attending were graded and packed a hundred and '?

',,, ..,', .. Mr. and Mrs. L. ,A. Turner and Lawrence were hostesses at the Misses Mary Bell Warren, Clarice eighty hampers of beans picked from Household FurnishingsInc.
3-' (,:/ : -: Charles meeting, which was held in the Lammons his field east of town. Picking con-
: son, spent Sunday visiting Mae Lily Stone, Alma
,v '" friends in Okeechobee. church. ,Cakes and coffee were served Anglin, Elsie Lammons and Renee tinued yesterday on his largest tract ;

to Mrs. A. C. Brewer Mrs. John Wethington, Charles Roberts and more than a car-load was ex-

I .. Mrs. M. H. Crouch, Mrs. C. H. / Doty: Mrs. Glen E. Eth'erton, Mrs. i Charles Garner, T. L. Waldron, jr., pected to roll from here last night. BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA, -1 1'I

H. R. Hall, Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs. Continued warm weather throughout -
t.2- Berner, and Bobbie Berner spent Wynn, Tommy Akins, Court-
O. A. Jones, Mrs. H. C. Jones Mrs.C. this week has been extremely I
Tuesday in West Palm Beach. land Ahernt, Harold Adams, Louis
s -- M. Jarvis, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Wethington, Ulser Mathis, Boe Warren beneficial and by next week several .L. B. MershonAGENT -:.

- Mrs, Wilfred Lockhart, Mrs. E. C. and Don Bellamy.LaBELLE other growers will have beans ready
Guy J. Bender of Belle Glade wasa I
for picking. Most of the in
Mills, Mrs. J. Grady Niblack, Mrs. crops -
business visitor Saturday in Clew- W. C. Owen, Mrs. W. W. Perry, I this vicinity are expected to be off
1 New York
iston. NEWS I I Life !
Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Mrs. Joe Robbins II

1 Mrs. F. C. Taylor, Mrs. A. O. I Williams will pick next Insurance Company

Jack Kinsey spent the weekendin Ward and Mrs. ,K. C. Woodward. week from his first small tract of .
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Gillis of Way- ARCADIA, FLORIDA
Canal Point visiting his sister, beans planted and will have other
i cross, Ga.ere the guests several
Mrs. Carl Kolstad. ..AIRS. BOURNE tracts ready for at
ii iI HOSTESS AT picking regular
i days last week of Mr. and Mrs. Clera
I BRIDGE PARTY WEDNESDAYMrs. Davis. intervals thereafter. He grades and
I .,' Mrs. Theo., Youngblood of Paho- ships his own produce. .

I kee visited friends in Clewiston B. A., Bourne entertainedwith Miss Margaret Newcomb, Miss Prices continued on the upgradethis
II I Mildred Conyers, Buck Parker and
I Wednesday. a delightful bridge party at week Wednesday afternoonthe
I Cleo Strauss of Bradenton were vis-
her home Poinsettia. Street Wed- quotations were $4.50 per hamper -
itors Sunday at Lake Trafford.Mr. .
Mrs. Harry Turner was the guest nesday afternoon. The living rooms on the New York market. This I

Sunday of her mother, Mrs. H. L. and sun parlor where tables ,were and Mrs. H. B. Magill and price gives an f.- o. b. price of close

arranged: for the attrac- daughter, Janice, of Moore Haven, II
Delaney and Sheriff Delaney in La- games were to $2.75 per hamper here.
Belle. tively decorated with cut flowers, spent Sunday in LaBelle with Mr.

i Magill's father, B. F. Magill. I
pink roses predominating in the -------- SIEMIINOLEACKSONVILLE

numerous vases.!! Mrs. Joe Dougherty and H. J. Og I
Mrs Glen E. Smith, Mrs. George CATHOLIC CHURCH
i Yon and Mrs. Gertrude Jacobs were I High score prize at bridge, a love- lesby of Clewiston made a business i/

,. shopping Tuesday in West Palm ly vase, was won by Mrs. Harry trip Monday to Clewiston.Mr. (Father J. F. Walsh, Pastor) J I

J Beach. Vaughn; second high, a. silver dish, and Mrs. Blitz Wegman spent Mass: every Sunday at St. Marg- FLORIDA ,

by Mrs. F. M. Wright. Mrs. F. D. the week-end in Tampa with rela- aret's Church, Clewiston,. is at 8:30 i

Mrs. J. Grady Niblack, Mrs. J. Duff, holder of low score was con- tives. a. m. On the last Sunday of the GARNETT ANDREWS.M u3er

soled with an Evening in Paris com- Ray Hull, who is at work at the month at 10:30 a. m. ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT at this
H. Doty, Mrs. J. J. Graham// and Mrs. modem, fireproof hotel In the head of downtown

pact and perfume set. Mrs. H. J. Devil's Garden, spent several days Visitors
1J.. Hirsch were business visitors Baptisms by appointment. JtcfcionvilU. Every room with tub and

Tuesday in West Palm Beach. Oglesby, winner of high prize at the last week in LaBelle.R. welcome. tf shower, loft water, ccilinj fan,radio, slatted

Michigan table received a memorandum Everett Burchard made a busi- Summer door.. Every Bed with innerspring
mtttrtn and reading limp. Running ice
pad in a wooden case, and also ness trip Saturday night to Fort My- ntr on every Floor.
Mrs. O. R. Carson, who was operated -
received a lace handkerchief as cut ers. '. FOR SALE:-KELVINATOR, used AIR CONDITIONED
on in the Lee Memorial Hose COCKTAIL LOUNGE COFfEE SHOP
prize. Frank Ingersoll and Fred Stewartof 2 1-2 years and in perfect con- DINING AND MEETING ROOMS
pital in Fort Myers. last Wednesday,
( A salad course followed by a sher- Jacksonville. formerly ,of LaBelle, dition. Price $70. Phone, Clewiston Rilci-Sma'e' with Private Bath
is reported as improving nicely.
bet course, was served at the conclusion spent the week-end in Miami with 364. I 78 Rooms $2.00 80 Rooms $2.50
40 Room 53.00. 24 Room 13.50
of play to Mrs. Claude L.
1 10 Sample Room with Private eat {400
Mrs. D. C. of Sanford
Downs, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. R. Bevis Mangum of West Palm Slight .,CJt.? fat doubt eccupincvOik -
-- spent the week-end in Clewiston as Beach was a visitor Sunday in La- FOR RENT: BURNISHED APARTMENT -
Y. Patterson, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. ., I. B. POUND Hour
,guest of Mr. and Mrs. Keathley E. P. Mutrux, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. Belle. also room for lady. F. L. HOTEL PAfTIN V HOTEL otsoro
Bowden. a.-- r_ S.-" G.
George A. Yon, Mrs. Elbert Stewart, I Mr. and Mrs. Glacy Wallace and Williamson. ---- ,

Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. W. P. son, Rodman of Okeechobee City I

1 M. E. VonMach attended a meet- Vaughn, sr., Mrs. H. J. B. Scharn- were visitors Saturday night in La-

"- ._ ing of the county board of public in- berg, Mrs. M. E. VonMach_ Mrs. M. Belle. I

struction held Saturday afternoon In E. Yenawine, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, James White ,and Joe Stricklandof

-J LaBelle. Mrs. G.' E. Smith, Mrs. B. P. Luce, Slater spent Sunday evening in The Tampa Times LifersEncyclopedia

..' I Mrs. Fred Henricksen, Mrs. O. A. LaBelle with Miss Blanche Matusiakand

Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, Mrs. Sidney I Jones, Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. H. J. Miss Dorothy Pasher.

L. Crochet and Mrs. Foy Dur- Oglesby, Mrs.. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. F. :Miss Inez Magill and W. Tom to Readers

rence were shopping in West Palm M. Wright and Mrs. F. D. Duff., Hull, jr., made a business trip to

Beach Wednesday. I Moore Haven Thursday.

-- MRS. H. C. JONES ENTERTAINS Byron Roberts made a business .

: Mr. and Mrs. Ward Roberts, Mrs. WITH PAnTY FOR CLARET visit Tuesday to Tampa.
Mrs. A. L. Taylor and Mrs. Jerome -
Cecile Brooks and Robert, Yoder of "
Mrs. H. C. Jones was hostess toa Jones of Felda were visitors
Moore Haven guests Tuesday 15 Volume Set Available
I. evening of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston. group of children at her home Tuesday .in Fort Myers.

Mrs. Kizzie Davis and son, Morris ':
Saturday afternoon with a Hallowe'en -

-- party celebrating the third birthday I Davis, spent Saturday in Clew At Amazingly La:!v PriceA
Richard Bestor, Ed Clark and
of. her daughter, Clare. i iThe' iston with Mrs. R. L. Guthrie. ...
James W. Beardsley, who are at-
1 '/ Mrs. P. H. Jones of Alva accompanied -
1 1i' tending the University of Florida at afternoon was spent in gameson .
: 1 her husband, Dr. Jones on a
f Gainesville, spent the week-end at the lawn Richard Knight and
professional trip Sunday to LaBelle.Mr. I
.: their homes here. Anne Elizabeth Prewitt were win-
; 'jt' and W. D.
ners of the contests. Hallowe'en colors Mrs. Blount mo-

.' ,! and decorations were used tored Friday to Sebring where they coupon appears in The Times every day. -
i "", Mrs. Fred Hill returned Sunday met their mother, Mrs. G. H. Blount,

I tji } from 'a visit with her mother-in-law, throughout.The who was returning from month's Any set of six coupons, numbered one to six,

Mrs. E. T. Hill, in Clearwater.; Mr. invited guests were Richard
. visit with relatives in Bowling entitles to one volume when presentedwith
:. i and Mrs. Fred Hill are residing't Knight, Charles and Rachel Miner, Green, Ky. you

;: 1' the Temporary Clewiston Inn. Anne Elizabeth Prewitt, Vollney Mrs. George_ Pettee and son, G: 49c to The Times or to any of the sub-

Robbins, Jean Yenawine, Gene Land,
:',_ Loveland Pettee attended the thea- stations listed on the For mail orders
Georgia Anne Heather Gutfr-
: f' Mr. and Mrs. E. Denslow of Cler- Suggs, tre Sunday in Fort Myers.

: '. mont were recent guests of Mr. and rie, Patsy Meredith, Jack Davis, So- Mr. and Mrs.; W. Paul Waters add lOc per volume.

:. Ii ,. Mrs. C. E. Bailey and family. Mrs. lon Mills, Harry Vaughn, jr., Gene spent Sunday in Clewiston as the
: Bailey and Patricia Ann returnedto Beery, Donald Terrell, Emma Jane Subscribe
,' : guest of relatives.Mrs. to The Times now and secure this ,
-, for visit. I Ezelle, Johnnie Perry and Jimmy
with them
: Clermont a
M. E. Forrey, Mrs. Ed Yeo-
: 15 Volume
; ,1 j Knight. Standard American Encyclopedia.
I mans, Mrs. II. E. Burchard and

: f' .. Miss Virginia Gallant of Jacksonville Robby Burchard motored Sunday to
" \ It-end here with HALLOWE'EN PARTY AT "
spent the wee Miami where they spent the day It previously sold for $69.50.
:: 1 '. ", her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Gallant PAFFORDS FOR YOUNG FOLKS with relatives. Mrs. Forrey and Mrs.

: i and her sister and brotherinlaw Yeomans returned to LaBelle Monday -

. .. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McCrack- Miss Anne Pafford entertained morning while Mrs. Burchardand ---
met in West with al Hallowe'en party at her home
ji. en. Mrs. McCracken her
. .- Robby remained for a longer vis
, Palm Beach. Saturday evening for a group of her it. -
school friends. "
Mrs. Mary Hayes Davis who' re-
) P. G. White of Jacksonville ar- The living room was decorated cently returned from a summer spent

:, ,tl rived in Clewiston Monday. He will with Hallowe'en jacko'lanternsand in Colorado, ...left the latter part of come to your home every day through
. be employed in the time-keeping department other novelties typical of the
1 the week for Fort Myers Beach THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
: l cf the United States Sugar holiday. A epook's parlor into which where she will spend the winter. An International
corporation during the coming season each guest was invited in turn pro- Daily NewspaperIt
Mir and Mrs. Virgil Hall and :son, records for you the world's clean constructive doings. The Monitor
. vided plenty of amusement, Bob- Mrs. F. Watts Hall and Miss Flor- does not exploit crime or sensation; neither does It Ignore them,
1 --.' bing for but deals correctively with them. Features for busy men and all the
: apples and other gauges ence Hall visited Sunday with !Mr. family. Including the Weekly Magazine Section.
: .ill L Carline and Bobbie Berner enter-
'\t! : were enjoyed during the evening. --------------------------------------------------------
.J Hall who is a patient at Lee Memorial -
' :J' tained a group of children with aHallowe'en Sandwiches The Christian Science Publishing Society -
: balls and in Fort .
: popcorn Hospital Myers.Mr. One, Norway Street, Boston, Massachusetts
Treasure Hunt
. /. Saturday punch were served. Those invited and Mrs. Eugene Stricklandand Please enter my subscription to The Christian Science Monitor fora
; night. The guests attended in Hallowe'en period of
to attend the
. I'I party were Barbara children spent Sunday in Im- 1 year(9,00 6 months J4.50 3 months $2.25 1 mont 75c
costumes and the treasureconsisted I Broadfoot, Gloria McDuffie, Mar mokalee with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Wednesday Issue, including Magazine Section: 1 year$3.60, issues 26o

. of ,candies ,and fruits. j I ianne ,Jones, Mauryne Prewitt, Nancy Hays. Name ________._-_______________________._..___.____._._/
:, Charles and, Rachel Miner, Mary I Ie' Wright, Esther Brewer, Betty Dennis Small made a business

Katherine Dyess, Jo Ann Crouch, McDuffie James Brewer Addreu _*_.__________________________________-_______.:
Billy Perry trip Friday to Fort Myers.C. Sample Copy on R-quetl
i ," : ,. Betty McDuffie and Kay Bowden Bob Broadfoot J -
Sherwood Hall, M. Boring of Fort Myers wasa
'were the guests. Lester Jacobs and
Walter Vaughn. business visitor Monday jn La-



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r..ank Me..iwell ByGilberfi PaSSemi : ;

The Original A Wide DifferenceThe

BURT L. STANDISH verance difference and obstinacy between is that perse-one

at Pardale' r often comes from a strong will

Gilbert Fatten and the other from a strong won't.
WNTT Service The increase of knowledge only

produces more to wonder about.

To make a rooster, the vainestof

creatures, run, is the first tri-

SYNOPSISWhen you-wIth Barney backing me up. "Saints preserve us!" gulped Bar "Where's my gun, Mariah?" he umph of a very small boy.

Two to one against you. Not so ney. "I'm going to shut myself up shouted. By courage and holding one's

Bart Hodge, a vain /outh of sixteen. good for me." in Snodd's cellar." She dropped the carving knife nose much can be accomplished.

lights from a train at Fardale he stumblesover "Aw, you'd crawl anywhere. "This "is serious, Barney," said. clattering on the floor, and wrung A gossip makes a mountain out
half-blind dog and In a rage kicks
the animal a The dog's owner Tad Jones a You're a big four-flusher, Merri- Frank. "The man who gave Tad that her hands. "I don't know, John It of a molehill and then brings it to

small shabby boy who supports his widowed well. You make a big bluff when dog should have known better. I must be in the closet where you you.Sport

Bart and mother he slaps denounces Tad him.Frank This Merriwell.nettles you feel sure you won't be called." don't see why he did it." always keep it. Oh, them poor that is sport only for the

an orphan ot Hodge's age prevents him Bart got control of himself, "But I'll tell you," said Tad Jones girls!" onlookers, is not sport.

two from do further not come molesting to blows.Tad Hodge Although sneeringly the shrugged his square shoulders and quickly. "I'll tell you 'bout that, Merriwell snatched up the knife. Not All Can LaughA

says they will have to settle their differences glanced quickly at his .wrist watchas Frank. He done it 'cause I was "Come on, Mulloy," he said. "It's person with a sandpaper
later He and Merriwell had come to all busted over old Shag that our move."
Fardale to attend Fardale academy. While if he had just thought of some- up my tongue may create more gayety,
Hodge consults Joe Bemis. truck driver for thing. that feller Hodge killed. He's a Barney was at his heels as he but he with a velvet one is more
John Snodd. about his baggage. Merrlwell. "I've been wasting time on you neighbor to us, Silas Gleason is. He shot out through the door. "It's a comforting.It .

start accompanied walking by to Snodd's Tad and place his dog.Presentlythe Shag two punks," he said, "when I've i helped me bury my poor old Shag short 'cut we can make across the would be strange if the com-

Snodd truck with Hodge driving, rum got a heavy date and am late al I out back of our house, 'nd I was fields. Frank" he cried. pany a man keeps didn't know
bles down the road and kills Tad's dog. ready." He half turned away and cryin' 'nd couldn't help it, I felt so him. .
cleared rail the
Occupying a room next to Merriwell's In They the top of
the Snodd home Is Barney Mulloy. who dislikes then swung back again. "You'll notice bad. fence at the side of the yard, one A man never forgets a snub.
Hodge; They become good friends that neither of you got an invita- The distressed boy choked a little, after the other like frightened deer. That is the reason it does him so
Merrlwell offers to help Mulloy get Into, tion to little picnic Miss Bur- and went on: "He said maybe
a much him
good, by stirring into
one of the academy dormitories by appealing Away they sped toward the grove
to Professor Scotch a friend of Merri- rage is throwing in Snodd's grove Hodge didn't mean to run over Shag for which Bart Hodge had headed action. '
well's) Uncle Asher As they leave the today," was his parting shot. with Mr. Snodd's truck, but I said
when he left them. You're the
house that evening Hodge Is talking to Inza he done it on 'Nd thenI SmithyYou
friend of Belinda Snodd Later They watched him leave the high- purpose.
Burrage. a "What do you think you can do cannot dream intoa
told him how Hodge kicked Shagat yourself
they meet Tad. who now has dog. way and go hurrying off toward a
That night Bart Hodge crashes a party distant John Snodd's land. the railroad deepoe 'nd give mea against a mad dog with that knife character; you must hammerand
given by Belinda Snodd Hodge sings and grove on slap for hollerin' at him for that, Merry?" panted the Irish boy. forge yourself into one.
the lovely Inra Burrage plays the piano. heaved and took
When Merriwell. seated on the porch with Mulloy a sigh 'nd that made Mr. Gleason mad as "It's better than nothing," Frank Intimate fellowships sail the sea
Mulloy.) sings a comic song. Hodge rushes his hands out of his pockets. They a hornet." flung back over his shoulder. of Give and Take.
out accusing him of insulting Inza She were still clenched, and he was
steps between them telling Hodge that Mer- ..1 white around the gills. "And so, said Mulloy, "he gave Mulloy had a notion that he could Impudence is not due to lack
dwell Is too cheap to deserve his notice you a hyena to comfort ye. It run, but he found himself losing of respect so much as it is to bad
"If hadn't warned Frankie
you me, -
was a thoughtful kindness! training in manners.
ground before they had covered
he confessed, "I'd never been
CHAPTER Continued able to keep myself from wringingthat "But Tige ain't no hyeney! cried the distance to the grove. He was

-4- bird's neck." Tad. "He was always comin' over doing his utmost and MerriwelJ was

to my house to play with me 'nd steadily pulling away from him. The
Burrage! The name gave Frank a Frank's smile was thin. "Don'tthink Still Coughing?
little shock. Barney had told him, ," he replied, "that I didn't Shag, 'nd he was just as kind as a fellow was doing it like a sprinter
kitten, he was. Never got cross making a dash or a race horse in
he recalled, that Inza Burrage hada have some nervous impulses of my No matter how many medicinesyou
brother in the school. nor growled once. 'Nd he liked it the stretch. have tried for your cough, chest

better there than he did round his Not until he was at the edge of I cold, or bronchial irritation, you can
Hodge let it sink in before he get relief now with Creomulsion.
home that Mr. Gleason
own so usedto
the grove did Frank slow down. The
Serious trouble may be brewing and
added: "Bascomb's a big on
have to come 'nd take him away. underbrush and smaller had
in trees you cannot afford to take a chance
the football team. We were high
'Nd so when I was feelin' so bad been cleared away, making the with any remedy less potent than
school together. Walt's sister-I be- over losin' Shag Mr. Gleason up and grove a pleasant place for a pic- Creomulsion, which goes right to
lieve you've seen her-fixed it up said I could have Tige to take his nic. Almost the seat of the trouble and aids nature -
at once he caught a
for him to show me around. He'sa to soothe and heal the inflamed
swell place. glimpse of the girls, not far away. mucous membranes and to loosen
guy. "Without mentioning the expenseof Not to frighten them too much he and expel the germ-laden phlegm.
He was enjoying himself mightily, t& feeding him, maybe," Barney ceased to run and walked forward Even if other remedies have failed,
for he felt that he was rubbing it in. t murmured under his breath."Didn't swiftly. don't be discouraged, try Creomul-
That was something he always sion. Your druggist is authorized to
found pleasure in doing. you tell us last night that Hodge was there. His coat was refund your money if you are not

Mulloy's face was the color of a Gleason said there was something off and his sleeves were rolled up, thoroughly satisfied with the bene-
bit his wrong with that dog. Tad?" asked as if he had been working. He fits obtained from the very first
beet. He tongue to make it
bottle. Creomulsion Is wordnottwo
Merry. had fine, muscular arms. At the one
behave."You're. and it has no hyphen in it.
"Why, he said Tige wasn't feel- moment he was posing for Inza Bur-
lucky to have such Ask for it plainly, see that the name _
friends here," said Merry. in' very well. Frank. He said he'd rage to snap his picture with her on the bottle is Creomulsion, and .......
"Are telling !" Bart's prob'ly'ett somethin' he shouldn'tof camera. Seven other girls were you'll get the genuine product and ...

smile became you a grin. me"It puts me ett, but he was sure he'd be all looking on. All were laughing. the relief you want. (Adv.) .1

in right. They showed me all over / ti right in a day or two. That's all's "The noble son of toil" said Bart,

the place, and it's some school, takeit the matter" with him, Frank. I knowit flexing his arms and making his
I've tried is. muscles bulge. "Shoot him."
from me. a couple
others, but I know I'm going to "Well, I hope you're right." "That's not a bad suggestion," BACKACHES
"Oh, I be. But the way he's said Frank
like it here. .. approaching.
"But you didn't like the others?" ) actin', other folks wouldn't understand Hodge jerked round and stared at

"They were punk. This one's fine.That's it 'nd they might do somethin' him. "Why, if it isn't Mr. Merri- NEED JARM1tl

why it's jammed to over to him. That's why I gotter well!" he exclaimed. "An uninvited -
hunt him quick I I beenwastin' Thousands who suffered miserable backaches
up as can. "
flowing. Then Hodge unlimberedhis visitor. pains in shoulder or hips, now put on All-
time. Gotter rush. cock's Porous Plaster and find sooth-
heavy gun. "Burrage says a Merry paid no attention to the ing relief. Muscle pains caused by rheuma.
lot of late applicants were turned "Wait a minute, Tad," called look of surprise and distaste that tism,arthritis sciatica,lumbago and strains

down simply because there was no aMr Merry as the anxious boy was start Inza gave him"I- regret having to all that respond makes instantly you feel good to the right glow away.of warmth

room for them in the dorms and ing away. spoil, such a jolly party," he said, Allcock's Plaster brings blood to the

the classes were stretched to the "You Know 1 Won't Pick It Up "Can't stop no longer," Tad flung "but Mr. Snodd wants everybodyhere painful spot treats backache where it
Allcock's lasts long, off easily.It .
is comes
his shoulder.He .
limit. Said Frank over to come back to the houseatonce.
Here, Hodge, is the original porous plaster. ..guaranteed I
Barney swallowed uneasily. It went scudding down the road, ." to bring instant relief or money back.

didn't sound good for him. own. That stuff was hard to take with Frank and Barney gazing after "Oh, yeah?" cried Bart derisively. Over Plasters 5 million used. Allcock's 25;. i7'HH f'I I: '1

He said: "But if it's crowded, without getting off balance and him doubtfully. "Can't you think of a betterone

me lad where will they put us?" making a miscue." "I still think Gleason had no rightto than that, boob?"
went back toward Snodd's give a dog like that to that kid "
They ,
,. "Oh, you? said Bart maliciously. Barney came crashing to-
' "I should worry. But I've beento farm house, talking it over. What said Merriwell."He ward them. "Be after getting out GET RID OF.PIMPLES
Hodge had said about the crowded was cuckoo," said Mulloy. ,
see the dean, and he says he'll of here! he shouted breathlessly."There's .
condition of the school had reawake "What'll we do about it?"
slip me in somewhere. You see. an ugly dog running loose
ened Mulloy's fears in full force. "The authorities ought to be noti "
and he this
, he received a few letters about me. was seen coming, way.
, He was sure, also, that the vindictive fied.
signed by of importance.
persons Hodge laughed mockingly. "Talk
fellow would do anything he "Now you've said it."
, They settled it. about cheap tricks! he jeered.
,. The Irish boy shot Merriwell a could to prevent both Frank and "The quickest way is to telephone.Let's "This one takes the blue ribbon." New Remedy Uses Magnesia to Clear
. himself from getting into the acad find Mr. Snodd."
glance and wondered at his undisturbed Inza put up her hand. "Be still!" Skin.Firms and Smo!>>Complexion
t ." aspect. Hodge seemed to be emy. They saw the farmer enter the she said. "I thought I heard a
...: "But what can he do, Barney? house by the kitchen door as they call. Listen!" -Makes Skin Look Years Younger. .
his ammunition far
wasting as as "
"He lie like
can a trooper.
turned into the
. Frank was concerned.This "But I don't believe troopers always yard. telephonewas From not very far away came the Get rid of ugly pimply skin with this .
located in the kitchen and ...
voice of Tad Jones in Denton'sFacial
Bart noticed crying terror extraordinary new remedy.
was something with
get away it. Hodge won'teither.
they went round that way. The
works miracles in
i:. himself, and it irritated him. He Don't forget we've got Pro- : Magnesia
door was standing open. The telephone "Mad dog! Run, everybody! Runt clearing up a spotty, roughened com
?:.: decided to let go a full battery fessor Scotch doing his bit for'us..
bell rang sharply before they plexion. Even the first few treatments
Mad dog! Mad dogl"CHAPTER!
s. broadside. I'm him do swell
expecting to a reached the steps and Snodd answered make a noticeable difference. The ugly
.,.!. "The fact Irish he said with job, too. It'll be turn to
is, our laugh it."What'd. spots gradually wipe away, big pores
\;:'. a sneer, "1 guess both you and later." in grow smaller, the texture of the skin

K ;: Merriwell are going to find your The sound of running feet caused you say? they heard itself becomes firmer. Before you knowit
::-.. selves on the outside looking in. Of him ask. "The wire's buzzing so Ididn't friends are complimenting you on
them to look up. Tad Jones was That cry of terror from Tad'Jones:
i" course that's going to make me feel coming down the road as fast as catch it. Say it again. Then, caused the girls to utter little gasps your complexion.

"':'- simply terrible." he could travel .on his short legs, after"Jerusalem a moment's crickets pause! A, he mad cried: and squeals of alarm. They hud SPECIAL OFFERfor

He was laughing insolently now, and he seemed to be ready to burst running loose? Which did dog dled together like a flock of fright a few weeks only

and Barney quickly thrust his with excitement. When he reached he went?" way you ened sheep. Here is your chance to try out Denton's

hands into his pockets to make it a them he was panting so hard that say A fear that But Bart Hodge was too smart to Facial Magnesia ataliberalsaving.We
little more difficult for them to fly he could hardly speak. had been lurking likea be fooled, even by that. He didn't w send you a full 6 or. bottle of Den-
black panther in the back ofFrank's ton's, plus a regular sue box famous
around carelessly. "My dog! he
gasped. "My new mind cast a glance toward the part of
leaped forward now. Milnesia Wafers (the original Milk of
Frank's level gaze was fixed dog! He the grove from which the cry had 60c!
gripped Mulloy's wrist. Magnesia tablets). ..both for only
steadily on the mocking face of "What's the matter?" Frank "It's Tad's dog Barney! he said. come. Anger sent the hot blood into Cash in on this remarkable offer. Send

his enemy. He smiled just a trifle, asked." "What's happened to him, "You didn't have to tell me that," his face. 60c in cash or stamps today.
but it was a smile of faint scorn Tad? said Barney. "So you've even got that ragged

.; and silent pity. Words could not "Oh, he-he's run away!" They went into the house. little shrimp to help you pull off
> have cut Hodge so much. He blew "Well," said Barney, "if he stayed Mrs. Snodd, flushed from cookingover another of your bum tricks, Merri

up. Snapping his fingers under Mer away it's no great loss you'll suffer a hot stove, stood in the middleof well," he snarled. "As a joker

ry's nose, he barked: my lad." the floor and stared, wide eyed, you're just a dirty deuce." MagnesiaSELECT

"You put yourself in Dutch when "But he's sick. He was. just aw- at her husband's back as he lis- Frank wasted no more attentionon PRODUCTS, Inc.

you insulted Inza Burrage last fut sick this mornin'sicker'n he tened at the telephone. Like her Hodge. In strong contrast to 4402-23rd Street. Long Island City N. Y.

night Merriwell. That queered you was last night. His eyes was all daughter she was as plump as a Bart's, his face was tense and gray. 1 which Enclosed sand m.find your 60c special(cash or introductory itampi)for ,.c.

;: :. with her, and I'd knocked your red ['nd he was growlin' so hard 'nd dumpling. A carving knife $he had "Get these girls away from here combination.

: block off if she hadn't stopped me. lookin' so funny that I got scairt of instantly, Mulloy," he said in
But she too him. So I let him just picked up began to tremble a Name ....__._____..__._._._.___ g
was right; you're cheapto outdoors 'nd he in her hand. voice that was far from steady.

notice Still if you want to pick run: away. Now I'm tryin' to find i S nod d was excited.IIWhat's "See that they go. too." Street Address ....__._____.____ I

.,. it "You up- know 1 won't pick it him.you, Frank You?"ain't seen him, have ,' that?" he barked into the mouth Even as he spoke he saw the City ..........___StateIi.n..r.r..rrrrr..r..i_......_.
up piece. "The critter was making for creature coming, a tawny, leaping
t. here, Hodge, said Frank. "We'rewhere "No, Tad. But why are look I
you Birch grove. My soul and body! form amid the trees. A moment
anybody around the academycan ing for him over here?" My daughter's over there with some before that, his heart had seemedto
see us. and Mulloy is with me.You'd "Why, I met a man that told "
me other girls, having a picnic. He be crouching in his breast, af
t. like to have me lose myJ' he saw him comin' this way on slammed the receiver on the hook still as a cat at the hole of a mouse..
head and make a pass at you, for this very road. I just gotter find and turned a white face towardhis Now it jumped.

then vou could claim I attacked him before anything happens." wife. (TO BE CONTINUED)

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1:NNNNI.:MNN:MN NNN:..:11N NN11N:MNNN:, :. The Deck- Boats On WaterwayMopre Cliina The Chinese Learned emperor Sugar From sent India to In-. Life is Understanding a succession Life of lessons
"Why couldn't they pla:) \ ,
Gaudy: : :3ia in 600 A. D. to learn. the art of 'vhich'must, be lived to be under- J
Noah's Ark?
SCHOOL NEWS cards on -- making sugar. :Mood
Carlisle: "I don't know." ( Haven Democrat)JI J

Gaudy: "Because old Noah sat or n I The past week has been one of
Bernice. O'Neal ....._........_.._._ E ito : the -
the deck. {heavy boat traffic through cross-
Billie Hooker ....'''''''' Ass't Editor I state? waterway, and while no checkup \ iZ" V.m &i.wl; ) { t l -

Miss Evelyn Schutz; Faculty Advisor Philadelphia Wants- has been made it is., believed F "

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of the canal. Many:

First grade ne s- (Continued From Page One)) passing through the locks here have

Reading honor 1'011Dobby Han it with live steam and later dis been local craft carrying commercialand '

"na. charges it in the water. sport : fishermen but the number -

Those on the sick list this. week' During the past summer at Jacksonville of visiting boats is greater th:in I

are: Corine VonMach Viola Haven. I the Army Engineers, whcbemoan usual. The following log gives the! .

Marjie McCiacken, June Collier, the paltry $7,000, which visiting craft which have passed [, ,.: ,: .

Norwood Norton Janette Dobbins, they have to combat the pale purple through since Thursday of last l ::; A ... :.,'F or '.
A. D. Dobbins. flower, have been constantly at war: week: "
Our health contest ended last Fri with the plant, breaking up hyacinth Saturday.-The cruiser Viruss of I :

day. "We found many improvement! jams with boats and floating themto Shark's River, ...N.' Jer., to St Peters

in personal appearance as well ain salt water. burg. Russell Douglas owner and .F; < : "

health babits which are being Mr. Kaufman came to Jacksonville -I master. 3-foot draft 10-foot beam, : > t: ::

formed. I yesterday admiring the peculiar 30-feet in length, fiveton.Mr. .,
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Second grade news- i beauty of the Florida hyacinth, Douglass was unaccompanied. '

Weekly spelling, 100% on Fri which he said exceeds that of the Sunday.-The. fish boat Gertrude, ; : ;' : : :, '

day: Grant Brewer David Golden,, plant that is native to Louisiana,, of St. Augustine to Morgan City, La. .f'i'Piin: ting

Clifford Beatty, Mary Kathryn Dy- where he has been securing them on H. Anderson owner and master, F F' ,
ess Carline Berner Lillian Golden,, the lakes. three in crew twenty tons, four 'and ;: ; !

Betty Lou Emrich,_ Dude Smith, Mr. Kaufman told E. C. Ilarrell,, 1 a half foot draft and fifty-five feet : ,<.'... 1 _
Ruby Ricks, Elvin Young. industrial secretary of the Jacksonville in length. Southern Kraft No. 2 Tugof i f --'

The second grade is glad to have Chamber of Commerce, that he Georgetown, S. C., to. Mobile. A : *trMfX. 1 ; 3
Kim Kolstad back in school afteran had been engaged in the hyacinth new tug with J. J. Johnson owner ) r / ,. >

absence of three weeks due to business for several years in the and master. Twenty-ton boat ,five. in i : }? '

illness. East. He has a truck equipped with crew, sixty-three feet in length' The j ?; :
the the which Sea Foam VI of St. Petersburg returning : ;
Mrs. Gore entertained sec-i water shelves for plants < :.... .... ,
orfd grade with a Hallowe'en party are arranged to slide in and out of to home port. A beautiful -;--. f.'

Friday afternoon. After games were their places. white cruiser which tied' up at the 0

enjoyed and each child was presented He pays a fee for the flower here local wharf overnight. C. Cramer

with a noise maker, hot cocoa and sells it for a profit ;.at the other owner and master. Forty-six feet

and cookies were served. end. -Jax Times-Union. in length, seventeen-foot beam, I

Third grade news- twenty-one tons, draft three feet.

We are glad to have Ethel Hample : P.-T. A. Dance Two passengers.

from South :Bay enrolled in the l\Ionday.-A shark fisher, the :

third grade., ," Dalew, from Fernandina. Marco

Pat Bailey has returned from a (Continued from page I) Island. Owned by Shark Industry,

visit in Clermont. Gulf Service Station. Inc., with Guy E. Hunt, master.

Fourth grade newsBirthday- 5 gallons gasoline by Sugar-land crew.Forty-foot boat, five-ton, two in ..,c.> .' ; .Merit ,"r*i: ;,

Patty Service Station. a rr

Kenneth Miller celebrated his Special Wash and Polish job by I Tuesday.-The tug Dixie with

eleventh birthday, Tuesday afternoon R. C. Nowling Service Station.. three more steel barges en route'I

were played, oil and special to the Krait Paper Mill in
with a party. Games 5 quarts grease
town, S. C. Barges 130-ft., George-I
contests were won by James Smith lob by Baker's Service Station. '
105 ft. The Typhoone, R
and James Brewer. Refreshmentsof 10 gallons gasoline by Clewiston ;_ ..
Petersburg to Miami Horace Rob-
cake and ice cream were served Motors Company.
Bpoad- erts owner and master. A thirtyfootboat'
to Doris Simmons, Barbara Cash donations received were:
drawing two and a half feet.
foot, Mamie Janson, Nora Oglesby, I Mrs. Mary Hayes Davis$5.00.C. I
boat of the
James The Franklin, freight
Evelyn Miller, Phyllis Logan, R. Bitti g, $5.00.
Cooley, St. Johns River Line en route to S; r.T .
Brewer, James Smith, Jimmy Father J. F. WaIst; $1.50.
Charles Benbow and Kenneth Mil Sunrise Cafe, $1.00-. Jacksonville from Fort Myers whereit
has been on the Fort MyersTampa T
It is estimated that 200 persons See
ler.We freight 0. M. Glenn,' mas- .
Hallowe'en '' .' .
had a very nice ittended the dance. The local Par- '.;:. ;,".:,' :. .- "
Several I ter. Draft five-feet, twenty-two foot !O"k -
party Friday afternoon. nt-Teachers Association, and particularly -
games were played. Billy Prewitt I the committee in charge, I beam and sixty feet long. 109 ton's. / ;:

and James Cooley won the prizes is grateful for the splendid cooperation Four in"crew.. : \ ; / : :
I 'ednesday.-1\1ary Lou, cruiser : ; :
head on the old ; : : : : ;
for witch.pinning the I on prizes the, part purchased of those tickets who donated or-I from R. Jones'Perth, owner Arnboy and, N.master.J., to Naples.Thirty-: ., : ; :..:, .': ,,;; ; : .

Our room mother, Mrs. Oglesby, rtherwjse. contributed to the success .. ."
I five feet in length, draft three anda -
which consisted -
furnished refreshments of the dance.SmkllBoat .
half feet. Two in crew and two :!- .r' : '' '. '
of hot chocolate marshmallows 1 '::' > : ; ;; ": :
., -
passengers. :: : ,,
,and cup cakes. .
Tax Meets .'
morning. LaClare, a '
Thursday I
, Our class keeps right on growingWe
: .
r' and Audrey f nineteen ton cruiser from Cleveland, .. The Qewifton News
welcome Bobby Cray
, Hemple.4th 'Favor Over State Ohio to' Fort Myers. C. H. Barth, .

,. and master. Forty-seven feet ;
: :
4th grade 100 % spelling
'; Stewart, James Ricks Esther Brewer in length, eleven foot beam and I. .. -
Tallahasee,4: Nov. 4 (Special-
half feet draft. Two in
; three and a
p; Wanda Jean Schelfner, WilmJ .',- ,.
WalkerNora Reports from over the state show crew and two passengers.Two I -
i'' Jean Tingle, Joan
f. Oglesby, Mamie Trice, Onida Johnson that the law passed by the 1937 legislature : small fish boats with five .... : : : < .

Ogie Arnette, Doris Simmons, levying a small tax: on al rowboats in tow going from Fort I : ;;,, f', : :.-'>:: .,;;:v '::' :' ;<,, : ,
Pierce to Tampa passed through
: ,
; Jean Augur, Kenneth Miller. .
boats! used for fishing in the sail -
Monday. N. E. Green is the owner
( Fifth grade nes- waters of the state, has met with and Geo. E. Brown was in com
': The fifth graders are enjoying;
; work books at the general approval of both sports mand. The two boats weie twenty i: 1t :@;
;:, their new geography
,}: present. They are studying about the men: and commercial fishermen, H,. and twenty-two feet in length,
/ "'i
t. Middle Atlantic States. L. owling, supervisor of the Slate

; Sixth grade news- Board: of Conservation said this '

t';-..." The sixth graders have began week. I

r. their historical study of Greece and Because' of that the tax I jjjTy-
reports :
: Italy. They are anticipating the I would be enormous and would prohibit R [:AR= STAll EA SLY ?

making of a Greek scroll. fishing and boating in Florida

.> .._'The Lovely World waters some objections were madeto

_. \ (By Evelyn Miller) the law at first; but since th?

The tree that waves in the sun all owners and operators of fishing

day, 1 boats have learned that the small
fi,.' Starts to sing a song and pray, tax they pay protects them a ainst

; ."We hear the wind blow all day non-resident party boat operators .

7.'e rock the baby in the cradle and : enables the Conservation Department -

While the mothers work with the to employ conservation

needle. agents to police the salt waters of
When day comes to night, the state and furnish protection to
= All of the trees are out of sight; the fishing' industry and to the game 1 J

The baby: is fast asleep, and ;sport fishing interests, they j'

Iy' Then mother has to sweep; have been paying the tax promptlyand

'" When all the trees go to sleep freely. The 1937 act did not af

Then the wind starts to weqp.| ." fect |the commercial fishing inter- :;
; t-iU
Attention ests which have been paying this ; 2.Jj (
: The plans have been made for the tax tor years: but extended its operation' S .

Thanksgiving dance which will be ; tQ party boats, snapper boats

.' for the benefit of the Athletic fund. I and pleasure fishing boats.

The affair will be a novel one and : The Conservation Department realizes -j

; will be held on the tennis courts. I that the allure oC sport fish-

$ Tickets are on sale. Additional plans ing brings thousands 'of..visitors to I

will 'be announced later.-Editor. Florida every year. Agents of the J

; Basket' Ball- department are now able to farnish I 1

\ them protection by patrol'ins the M- -
Those interested in basketball
waters, keeping down violations of I
wish to thank Mr. Doty for tho two -
the conservation laws and generally
and one half days of time he per-
supervising the salt-water fish, seafood -
sonally donated in erecting new backboards .
and sponge industries of the'I '
on our court. They- are as
fine a piece of workmanship as can I :' \
.. as well as commercial '
be found on any open air c fishermen realize that conservation I I
The boys have spent the past week I ..
,laws! must be Enforced if one of thestate's
painting the courts and the back
greatest tourist attractionsand
boards. Basketball practice will be-I
of the state's industries
.one greatest -
,. gin next. week. I
are to be preserved, and
.i.I ji::."'. 'vitanal Humor I they feel that the small tax insures 6A'St"rE
': : 'What I U000
rt are children? the continuation of the privilege P IRAS .

M,.. ,-, Children are creatures who disgrace -I they have of enjoying fishing inFlorida's ', tL3RCa tE INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR
.: I Kow .
" ,, you by exhibiting in public 4,000 miles'of seacoastand

the examples you set them at home.; inland waterways.

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