The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00710
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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 25, 1938
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00710
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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' 'i Clewiston Tigers Battle Boca Every Junior High PupilIn Visit To Clewiston Is

S. S. C. ContestEvery
: Grande Tarpons To 0-0 Tie U.

--. pupil in the junior high Considered High
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school of Clewiston has entered
TEAM HEAVILY OUTWEIGHED, Rev. Mines SpeakerAt the contest sponsored by the Unit-
ed States Sugar Corporation for Agriculturalists
i Kiwanis MeetingRev. the best essays on "What Sugar
Production Means To Florida". A
by at least ten or thousand dollars In prizes will be 01 -
fifteen pounds to the man, the Marshall Mines, pastor of given in the junior high schools of Teletype To BeInstaIIed GROUP IS WELL
Clewiston Tigers lived up to their the Clewiston Baptist Church, was the state or the pupils of the sev- RECEPTION GIVEX
reputation for speed and quick the speaker Wednesday ,evening at enth, eighth and ninth grades. At Inn CLEWISTOX
thinking play, when they held the the Thanksgiving meeting of the Much interest Is being shown by I
Boca Grande Tarpons to a score- Clewiston Kiwanis Club. His topic Clewiston pupils and the fact that As the highlight of
less tie in their Turkey Day game was "The Eternal Realities of Life." they are familiar with sugar pro- ; A teletype machine ,has been received of Florida as a part
here Thursday afternoon before a Rev. Mines in an interesting fash- duction to a large extent should en- at the local Western Union convention program,
crowd of three or four hundred local ion described the material realitiesof able them to make a strong bid office and a company engineer will the National Association
fans. life and the progress we have for the prizes.On cultural Commissioners,
be here next week to superviseits
Each player on the Clewiston made in comparison with olden Wednesday a school gatheringwas and Directors, paid a visit
squad showed up exceptionally wellon civilizations. These advancements, held at which time C. E. Miner Installation in the ClewistonInn iston last Friday, were
defense, breaking through on In medicine, agriculture, chemistry, Clewiston school board memberand giving all night telegraphic guests of the United
almost every play to stop the heavy transportation, etc., he said were M. E. VonMach were presentto service to guests at the Inn. Corporation at the
\a Blake and Eugene Parketon, the made possible by research, educa- distribute literature pertainingto I The machine will not be operated that evening and were
famous Boca Grande backfield com tion and utilization.In sugar production and to urge i during regular Western Union of- on a tour of company -
"' bination. This combination, however speaking of the eternal reali- every child to write, an essay. Mr. fice hours but when the local of- and the sugar house
I held second place in the game ties, speaking as a man among men, Miner told the children of the ben- fice closes the Inn machine will be i ing before they continued j
here for Clewiston's brothers Owen switched on. The machine will havea northward through the
Rev. Mines described man as an efits to be derived aside from the j
and James Winn, were outstandingin immortal creature who is more than personal benefit of the prize money direct wire to Tampa, the relay the state to disband in
their play during the afternoon just a body. He spoke of personality and reminded them that the sub- point for Clewiston. ville. The tour was
j both on offense and defense, their ; what you are and how you ject fell in with their regular Eng- This is the third teletype machineto Nathan Mayo, Florida
comparatively diminutive size mak- act, and the indescribable some- lish work. Mr. VonMach told them be installed here outside the Commissioner who was
ing this more than ever apparent. thing within us which forms our that guides would be stationed ,at Western. Union office. The first was president of the group to
Although the heavy Boca Grande moral and religious character. He the sugar house to take them installed several years ago by the A. A. Brock of California
backfield broke through on two or urged that everyone' use the same through in small groups to study Clewiston Motor Company and one trip was made on two e
three occasions to carry within the three factors in the development of the making of sugar and that oth- was placed in the general office of Florida Motor Lines. C
five yard line, the Tigers dug in these traits as in material advance-, er parts of the company properties the United States Sugar Corporationlate The convention was j
on their goal line and successfully ment, research in, eternal relations, would be toured in a school bus last spring. Miami on Wednesday/ night
resisted every Tarpon effort to character education and utilizationof I to study the work from every an- The Inn is to be congratulatedon ter a tour of Miami and '
cross the 'line. Clewiston also made the eternal realities. gle. He expressed himself as being giving this exceptional serviceto on Thursday, the group
their threats and a pushing penalty It was an interesting talk and very anxious for Clewiston to at their guests, a service which to Palm Beach on Friday
called the ball back to midfield in much enjoyed by the Kiwanians least win the county prize through is found only in the leading hotels I to Clewiston, reaching
the second quarter after Jimmy I present. their greater familiarity with the of the country. I 6:30 p. m. The dinner
Winn had made a spectacular run I advantages of sugar production. ;at 7:30 and after a

through the entire Boca Grande Magician To Be Rules of the contest, and pamphlets, Pep Club Band Is I several talks were made I
team to cross ,the goal line. Faulty arranged by 'Russell Kay of the men and short,

pass reception early in the game Here Monday NightBoscart Florida ,News Service were distributed Organized At SchoolA made by some of the
also cost the Tigers at least one after the, talks, Mr., Kay being ficials. The principal,

touchdown.It I : in charge of the contest. the evening ,was made by
,was a clean game from start known as a master ma- pep club band was organizedin Moran, vice-president and
I to finish and while tackling was gician, will appear here Monday the school at a meeting '\ 'ednes-, manager of the United i
extraordinarily vicious there were night ,at a matinee and night performance ,W. D. RAINES CLERK day and Includes pupils from the Corporation who pointed
,.'4?>'no'1seri6usfiflurlesv tfnd "'few' 'pen:-: "under" the auspices 'of the grammar'grades, and 'Junior High the visiting agricultural

alties. high school football team at the school. 1Iiss.Alice. Steinholtz Is in the problem which
Resume of Gnnio auditorium.' FOR ENGINEERS DIES charge of the group. Dick Owen under federal restrictions
E. Parketon kicked off to Stone of unusual talent and young and and Margaret VonMach were selected ducing sugar and other '
who carried back to own 32. Stone Boscart is said to be a magicianold as band captains, they being two commented that if the
carried to Boca Grande 38 on first are certain to derive pleasure FROM HEART ATTACKWilliam of the school cheer leaders. ernment would lift-

play. A pass, Stone to Winn, 'carried from his magical marvels. There are about twenty pupils In the Everglades could
to a first on Tarpon 26. Stone The evening performance will be- .---- the band so far using rythm band times the amount of
I..'Ja.*\' lost three, passed to Winn; to 21 gin at 7:30.County Drew Raines, 41, princi- instruments such as gazook horns, produces and the number '
and a pass to Owen on goal line pal clerk at the sub-office of the !,rhythm sticks, clapper blocks, song- ployed, now 4,500, would
fell incomplete. Stone carried to C.; of C. Is U.' S. Engineers here for ,the past o-phones, snare drums, etc. tionately increased. "' [
15 on fourth, a little short of a six and a half years, died suddenly The first meeting 'was spent in the United States, produce
first down. E., ,Parketon carriedto Organized In LaBelleThe last Saturday morning about ten drilling and practicing school songs modities which we
23; B., Parketon made ,a yard o'clock while attempting to drive and it Is believed, from the inter- selves," said Mr. Moran,
and both teams off-side. E. Parke- from his home on the government est shown, that they will be ableto tain in this country the
ton made a first down on Clewis- first meeting for the pur- reservation to the office.' give some interesting between- which was used In the
ton 34. E. Parketon went to 28, pose of organizing a Hendry County Mr: Raines had been in poor half demonstrations at the ath- of these commodities and I
B. Parketon made a yard and' took Chamber of Commerce was held health for about two years with letic contests within a short time. possession of the
time out with third down and six Monday night at elementary school what he thought was indigestion R. E. Kurtz, !
to go. A pass was good for three auditorium in LaBelle. Fourteen About a month ago he had been Mrs. Ben Reed of Live Oak is cane grower gave an
yards but failed to make a first business and professional men con- told by a physician that 'he was spending the holidays in Clewis- talk on co-operative I
down ,on fourth, Clewiston taking stituting the attendance became suffering from heart trouble and ton visiting her sister, Mrs. J. F. Everglades and recited his
the ball on 25. Stone carried 'to charter members and elected the that he would have to take things: Curry. I (Continued on page
following officers
temporary :
30. Boca Grande offside 'and pen- easier.'! This he did not confide tc FComplete - --
Louis 0. Gravely, chairman, and
alty accepted. Waldron took pass anyone, not even Mrs. ''Raines know-
from Stone for two yards, Owen Clarence A. Roberts, secretary- ing of? the trouble. He had arisen Text Address
treasurer. D. G. McCormick
was of By Jay
Winn carried to 36, 2 short of a made chairman of" the committeeon Saturday morning 'and complainedof
first down. A pass, Stone to Winn severe pains in the chest and
(Continued on page five) Roscoe by-laws N. and Miller constitution vice-chairman., with shoulder but insisted on going to Moran' To Visiting ':. :
work. This he was unable to do ,
To Members are A. .L. Taylor, R. Ever-
Football Season
I until about ten o'clock when he
ett Burchard and W. P. Andrews.
Harry C. Delaney is chairman of got up, dressed and took out the It gives me great pleasure to wel-' the utilization of her
Continue to Holidays the membership committee and car to go to the office. He was come you to the Florida Everglades.In ing trees, in the
F members Included '14 present. only a few blocks from his home your journey today, through paper, so as to make us
Coach Homer Wakefield announced Charter members have agreedto on Arcade Street when the fatal Canal Point, Pahokee, Belle Glade ent of foreign sources for
this week that he plans to con pay membership dues of $5 attack came. and thence to Clewiston, you have material. Florida may
I' tinue the Tiger football season un- each while those joining later will Mrs. E. M. Cornette saw him travelled through the most fertile proud of her forward
til the Christmas holidays. Two pay dues of not less than $1, and driving slowly in front of her area in the ,world. I regret thatIt of her forest resources.
Is not possible for to spend but a form of agriculture,
with you
games are already scheduled as much more as they care to. home, noticed the extreme palenessof '
Everglades,' a newly organized team, Other charter members are Joe his face and when he pulled more time In this vicinity to obB.rr. ida will collect many
and a return game Is to be played Dougherty, C. J. Kirk, Gordon E. off to the side of the road, shutoff more thoroughly the amazing pro- her Insistence on
Tuesday night with Fort Myerson Baker, G. R. Lant, Dr. Albert 0'- the motor and then slumpedover ductivity of our soil. woods instead of
their field, the first game in Bannon and Arthur Redkwerdt. the wheel she went for aid. Florida, with excellent soil, ade- forests as many othe'r
which the Tigers will play under Another meeting has been called G. Small was the first to reach him quate rainfall and plenty of sunshine done.
lights. Other games are pending.{ for Monday night, November 28, and although he took him' immediately has much to contribute to Florida Is already
A junior high squad has also and everyone Interested in becom- to the hospital Dr. O. F; the future welfare of the entire way to Independence from
been organized and will play games ing members, both men and wo- Schiffli said that he had probablydied Nation, because these factors, fertile sources and uncertain
.. in December. They have scheduledtwo men, of LaBelle, Felda, Fort De- at the moment Mrs. Cornettesaw soil, sunshine and rainfall, are basic raw material, -
games with Canal Point Jun- naud and Clewiston are urged to him slump down in his'! car the base of agricultural prosperity, or tung oU.Florida .
ior High a k a game with one of attend. The organization hopes to and thus in turn the foundationof is pointing the
the West Palm Beach high teams. I enlist the aid of the Federal: Hous- seat.Mr.. Raines in his position as national prosperity. a home supply, at low cost,
Negotiations are also being made ing Administration in making for i principal clerk had been In vir- Florida has, for years: contributed of the most vital and
for a game with the Belle Glade more and better homes in the coun- tually complete charge of the cler- to the health of the Nation, stuffs-Sugar-and Florida f
Junior High. ty, securing federal and state aid ical work in the engineer office through the wide-spread distribu- ing the way to
on docks for LaBelle and Fort since Its opening in Clewiston. He tion of the finest citrus fruit in foreign supply of other
Pep Meeting Precedes Denaud and on road building and was loved by fellow employees and the world. material. .
i paving program. had made a host of friends in Florida has, for years, contributedto Florida's greatest
Boca Grande Game Clewiston and other sections of the agricultural productivity of natural resource is the
FHA'lBUCK: IS INN GUEST the de- The fertile soil of the
the Everglades who were profoundly the other states, through
--:....- \ almost inexhaustible can support in comfort
shocked to learn of his untimely velopment of.her -
High school students held a pen ,Frank Buck, noted wild animal death. phosphate deposits. ers of a million persons.In .
meeting at the school auditoriumon hunter, was the luncheon guest Born in Wllllamsburg, Ky., ho Florida has, for years, contributed the sugar cane and {
Wednesday night before the oY his old friend James Edgar at! spent his boyhood in that place to the health and well-being of beet in continental United
Boca Grande game and after the tht Clewiston Inn one day the' and as a young man became con- the Nation, through the national production of sugar
meeting formed a motorcade which first, of the week. Mr. Buck is nected with the U. S. Engineers.For use of her justly famous' winter approximately 30% of the
j I moved through the streets singing spending a few weeks on the lower several years following his resorts. requirements; the balance
,I I school songs, giving school yells and East boast: and came to Clewjston marriage he was employed In th.0} Florida has recently contributedto sugar needs comes from

advertising the coming; game from Fort, Lauderdale} (Continued on page eight) the wealth pf) ths( Nation through.. _. (Continued on page
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years ago this month
the broken hated Kaiser Wil- I
Cancer in early stages, I ,
cured helm fled his decaying German / ::: % --- -- -r.r
almost certainly
now Half Rates .
empire, never to return. The '
by operation radium or World war was over and he had' 'Movie Director-The star wants maid is to marry a bailiff !
X-rays. been vanquished. On November $1,OOO for playing the part of an'ndian "How exciting. Did she meel
[ in our new film. him at your'house?" i
-By Dr. James W. Barton 28, 1918, at his castle in Spa, Manager-Offer' him $500. Tell
Belgium, he signed abdication him he's, to be a half-breed. Turning Point ''II I
.1\5 YOU think of the research papers which marked the end He was newly married. j!

n workers all over the world of Hohenzollern dominationover x Dancing: is healthy exercise, "Last night," he told his friend, I'
to discover the Germany. they say. So now it's a Big Apple "I had it out with her. I told her II''
patiently trying keeps the doctor away. that I'm going to be the head.
cause of cancer, some working Man, you should have seen how \\1 I
with elaborate equipment and Safe From Cajolery sweetly she agreed, saying, 'Dar-. 'I',,
others with nothing but a Schoolmaster-Why do we speak ling,' then I'll be the neck.' :
feel that G: Df the wisdom of a serpent? "Quite so," remarked his friend, ; I
microscope, may
you Willie-Because you can't pull "but you'll find that the, neck can I
tmtil the cause has been dis- its leg, sir., twist the head any way it wants." !
covered all cancer patients

must die within a short time H ii'

after covered.As the. cancer has been dis HOW-' SEW RUTH By WYETH :i,1

a matter of fact, becausethe SPEARS I Ii,'
cause has not been dis- S ';uAf'S jr /
covered after the many years of 3 h ( s !/>>a44rr2 ;
your home is your hobby you will
'. search other research workers- 1
also want Book SEWING for
pbysicians, surgeonsand I
the Home Decorator. Order by
X-ray special.
number enclosing 25 cents for !
Rth,;;: ists, roentgenologists a each book. If you order both :
have been
books, a leaflet on crazypatch !
trying just as hardto l'
find methods oi quilts with 36 authentic stitches I
will be I
included free. Address
curing cancer. That
they have succeededis Mrs. Spears, 210 S. Desplaines St., \
one of the bright I The above hole in the ground has considerable significance.It Chicago, Ill.

pages of medical] was the entrance to a subterranean 'passage, leading-from the 11

history.In Kaiser's castle at Spa to a point some miles distant in a wood.,
many hospitalsnow Through this tunnel fled the once proud ruler of Germany, com- .r JA CHECK
when a case is pletely beaten.In Br I
Dr. Barton found: to be cancer, C
there is a discussionby I THERE is an amusing story !
the staff as to which method of the mittens and scarf YOURSELF

cure is best suited for, this particularcase. shown here. They were not hand

knitted. They were purchased
The London letter from the regular rather hurriedly and sent to a FOR THESE COMMON ;
correspondent of the Journal of miss who at
young was away SIGNS OF :i
the American Medical Association school. She had wanted something
records the annual meeting of the rather gay and a bit foreign look- ACID INDIGESTION' :
Royal Cancer hospital London, in
ing to wear for skating and these
which Dr. Cecil Rowntree, senior were perfectly plain and pretty
surgeon, stated that the hospital was drab. She didn't take her disap-
now supplied with the latest and decidedto
pointment lying down,
most efficient apparatus that it was : / .. brighten up that scarf and mit- D Heartburn D Sour Stomach ,

possible to wish for. ten set and. make 'it speak a for- Acid

Best' Methods of Treatment."We eign language as well! She found Q Nausea u Headache
have now learned the best the Swedish cross-stitch design
ways of dealing with the widely different ;; shown here and copied'it in all its Q No Appetite O"Sas"o
types of cancer. We now ; J gay colors on the ends of the scarf Tired FeeUfl laamin
know which are the types of cancer and backs of the mittens.

best treated by surgical operation.We Hand knitted mittens and other
know that in other forms, suchas knitted things in plain colors may
cancer of the tongue, mouth and also be decorated with this pert
I throat, we can confidently expect flower pattern. Start'at the upper
such results from radium treatmentas right corner of the large flower

have never been equaled or even 1918, Hohenzollerns were hated throughout the world. : and make the cross stitches as
approached by any'other form of The above picture was printed on Armistice day of that year at A and B. This flower is a // You Have Any of These
treatment, and with a certain type
orX-raymachine we are constantlyand with the following description: "This photo was taken of the' brilliant red, the small flowers Symptoms and Suspect

consistently curing such diseases Hohenzollern tribe'before it was necessary''for,them to scan the bright blue and the stems jade Acid Indigestion as the

as cancer of the lip and face want ads. It is useless at this early date to venture the occupa- green. "Alkalize" the
Cause .
and cancer of the skin with such tions they are liable to pursue, but it ,is generally understoodthat NOTE Mrs. Spears' Sewing (
and Book 2-Gifts, Novelties and Em- Quick, Easy "Phillips"Way.
certainty, simplicity safety as the French are most soli- v {Ow; xrnr n. Yia vrrcr ,
has never been experienced before.In citous regarding their welfare broidery-has helped thousands of If the Trouble Persists
to odds' and ends of
women use
fact, give us a case of cancer in -See Doctor.
and have offered them posi- your
materials and their spare time to
any of these situations in a reason-
ably early stage and we will now tions with the government.Most "f5 ) ? a. J y snfYifI make things''to sell and to use for Now there is a way to relieve "acid
guarantee its complete and speedy of the work will be donein y gifts and church bazaars. If indigestion"-with almost incredible -
disappearance." overalls on the roads of,that I U1ftIF! speed. You simply take 2'teaspoonfuls -
of Phillips' Milk of Mag-
The\thought then is that in a reasonably stricken country This gang Just Charlie nesia 30 minutes after meals. OR-
early stage any type of cancer will soon leave for the French : uIi take 2 Phillips' Milk of Magnesia ,
can be cured by operation, radium Frontier-under guard." Charles M. Schwab, the American Tablets,the exact equivalent.
or X-rays. L millionaire, was very fond of Results are amazing. Often you
But Kaiser Wilhelm went ?: farce, and one day he asked his get relief in a few: minutes. Nausea \
safely to Doom, where in 1922 secretary to get him two ticketsfor and upset distress disappear. It <
Difference in Commonand -his first wife having died- "Charlie's Aunt." \ produces no'gas to embarrass you '

Allergic Colds he married the Princess Her- The secretary called a messen- and offend others.

J Perhaps you are afflicted with fre- mine von Reuss (right). Though + ger and said: "Go round to the Try Magnesia it-Get for liquid home Phillips'use and a:Milkof box

quent colds but you'notice that while not of blue blooded stock, she theater and get two, tickets for of phillips' Milk of Magnesia Tab-
some of these colds seem to last has a long line of noble ances- 'Charlie's Aunt.' lets to carry with you.
only 'two or three days and remain The hesitated then
She had five children messenger ,
.. try. by a '
;. up in the head others last for a previous marriage. > said: "Hadn't I better say for Mr. PHILLIPS'' MILK OF MAGNESIA

week or more, and you cough and F'.' Schwab's aunt, sir?" IN LIQUID OR TABLET FORM
get up much mucus. If such be the .. ,,, 4' x a W.= f -WflI'J i 1
case it is possible that the light
cold or "head" cold is not really a "
genuine cold, or cold due to infec-

tion substance-pollen, the symptom being of plants due ,to house some A Trade 'Mark Is an Honor Badge

dust, or some chemical irritant.
Dr. Louis Tuft in his book "Clini-
cal Allergy" states: "Colds are not
acute infective colds-coryza or the Newspaper Advertising the SentinelSubstitutes

common cold-unless they begin

with an irritation in the nose-gen- today are the illegitimate children of business. They
erally malaise prostration;' discharge are fatherless and unknown and they come to the consumer with ..
from the nose, at first a thin a "Just as good" label on them which indicates clearly to the
mucus and fever.; the later becoming like pus; ; iaA Jb thinking buyer that she is buying something which is only "Justas
good." The unknown product, the substitute parasite, has no
"Colds beginning with sneezing, reputation at stake. It is merely advertised for sale on a price .
followed by a 'watery' discharge basis and if the consumer does not like the quality, the manu-
from the nose, obstruction of the facturer has suffered no injury because he is unknown and
nose, perhaps a cough, with no because he rarely links his name with a product as a standard of .
fever, are more likely to be allergic % quality and a measuring stick of buying. It merely competes on a 9-:"
rhinitis-due to allergy or sensitiveness "take a chance" basis. '"
to various substancespossiblyassociated
with asthma." The manufacturers of well-known quality merchandise today '
Allergic Symptoms.A ; fx Y place their names upon it and advertise it as the best they can '
offer to the consumer. The name of a manufacturer on an adver-
description of this allergic run- tised product says'this: This is the best product I know how to
ning nose, asthmatic of cold
make. It is pure good and worthy of your purchase. I think so
due to sensitiveness to substances 4%r'.2 J1" l !\RCv: ; ,r,; well of it that I place my name upon it as a guarantee to you of
should help us to distinguish be- its goodness. If it does not fulfill your wants I will gladly make
tween it and the true or genuine
good its failure.
common cold.

"If sneezing is followed by nasal : There is no good reason why you should accept the unknown ,
obstruction (nose blocked), watery r "StYoi7by instead of the known; the untried instead of the tested; the doubt-

discharge from the nose, shortnessof .,! .. %J iyF ful instead of the sure. To refuse unknown substitutes is a guarantee ,
aA'J ? / '
? ? t' } /
breath, wheezing and cough, the 1/i!. to yourself of positive satisfaction in buying. If every pur- >,
condition is more likely to be a chaser will confine his or her purchases to known, advertised ''.:'
specific allergic type of asthma, LEFT-The Kaiser today, a proud, peaceful old man who quality merchandise there wU be little cause for complaint. -\,t'
than if there is cough, expectoration whiles away his days at Doom, emerging infrequently to comment Trade mark products tell the: own story. It pays to look before V
from the throat and bronchial 'on world affairs. RIGHT-But in Berlin one sees his son, you buy. Reading: the advertisements in the newspaper, lookingat
tubes, followed by wheezing whichis Prince August Wilhelm, wearing the,Nazi. swastika and assuming trade marks, labels and flames on products has purse interest. :

more likely to be due to organ- I an important'role in Adolf Hitler's German government. ,J W.E. MOFFETTIHEALTHI rl '

isms e causing> Bell Syndicate.the -common WNU Service cold. I, Twenty ;years after abdication, are the Hohenzollerns returning?


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I DIZZY DRAMAS-Now Pla ing-"THREE GL7YS" '_, By Joe Dowers
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When duty presses HAY E W \HALF

down too hard SUNDAY esson

And d'o.ys are Filled

with work and strife. By HAROUD L. L.UWUWUUi'i. '. D.
Dean of The Moody Bible Institute
I pot mind of Chicago. l
my on Western Newspaper Union. I fInnn
other thin s / \ /innnV m

And just pl y.hooky' Lesson for November 27 ,I
Do You
from lIfe. 7JLnnnA ( j

LESSON TEXT-Exodus 20:15: Matthew O 0
!& 19:1-10: 45. 46.
1 O qi __ GOLDEN TEXT-Thou' shalt not stcaL
Exodus 20:15.

WNU Service. Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected
and copyrighted by International
--- -- --
Council of Religious Education: used by

Largest Curtain permission.Honesty in ,all things would seem WHAT EA and WHy1

to be expect what without one should question.have a As rightto a to

Designed by Ted Weidhads, tht ;
matter of fact dishonesty has .become -
contour curtain in Radio City Music ( i
hall so common wherever man is iI I
hangs in golden folds
found that people look on the per- for night and one for morning, so I
across the proscenium. It is the Feed Adolescent
Correctly or Tragic ConsequencesMay
largest in the world and requiredover son who is strictly honest as a peculiar that it is never necessary to usea I

2,000 yards of fireproof lining individual. Result, Warns C. Houston Goudiss; Teeth soggy brush. They must watch
and I. Honesty Respects Property when the supply of tooth paste or
about a mile and a half of
Rights Exod. 20:15). Must Receive ConsiderationBy powder low and
metal, cable. The weight is ap- Special runs see that it is
The very commandment against replacecL. For it is surprising how
proximately three tons. The curtain stealing implies that men have a C. HOUSTON GOUDISS few children can be persuaded to

is operated by 13 motors, right to that which they have made, it may seem as if there could be very little brush their teeth properly withoutan
each of which controls a cable earned, or saved. If no one ',had OFFHAND between deficient diet adolescenceand agreeable dentifrice! Mothers
which is sewn into the materialso property rights there could be no a during should take care to choose a den
that the folds may be arrangedinto stealing. Some of our modern isms painful childbirth in later years. Yet it has been demon- tifrice that will preserve restore -

,hundreds of different con- reason along that line, but their strated clinically that there is a definite link. It has likewise luster in the teeth. For adolescents -

reasoning is clearly not biblical or been determined that,the kind.of food which is fed adolescentshas are extremely sensitive
Christian. about their appearance and they
a significant and far-<
"Thou shalt not steal" forbids every must not be allowed to permit
kind of theft. It includes rob- reaching influence upon their Leading nutrition authoritieshold dingy teeth to spoil their smiles.If .

tours.HEADACHE bery, burglary, safe cracking, teeth in later life, and in the that the average Americandiet mothers will feed their ado-

housebreaking; but it covers far case of girls, upon the teeth of is more deficient in calcium, lescents a correct diet and super-

( more than those obvious wrongs. It their children when they in perhaps nutrient., than This in is any especially other 'single likelyto vise their daily dental care, thecoming I
refers to such things as loafing onone's generation will nojt; only
turn become mothers. be the case in the diet of the be attractive look"at
job, "borrowing" money from more to but I
adolescent. For,at that time
boys should
the cash drawer, taking goods from enjoy more abundant
the stock with which one is. working, Preparation for Parenthood develop prodigious appetites and a health. I
stealing another man's sermon and Adolescence is a difficult periodat tremendous capacity for carbohydrates -

EASED preaching it as one's own, "lifting" best. And if a girl takes an unbalanced or energy-producing foods,

;. material out of another man's book diet at while girls become extremely fin- I Answers to Questions I i
without credit, contracting debts this time, the re- icky. Either they do not take

which one can never pay, using sult may be an,unstable enough food at meals, or they tend I
to too rich mixtures be- Mrs. G. B. A.-Yes there is I
4 nervous sys- eat many a
false weights and measures, adul- I
t QUICKLY terating food or other material, tem, poor physical tween meals. As a result, the substance called cholesterol, and I

and so on and on, almost without development, low- diet of both boys and girls is it is a vital constituent of nerve :
limit.It s ered vitality and likely to contain an abundanceof tissue, and is also found in the i

f, Simple Method Shown Here : til: inability to -fight meat, fish, highly milled ce- blood. Foods rich in cholesterol I I
really means something to be off infections. This reals and other refined foods, with include egg ,yolk, liver, kidneys I
Relief honest, and it is a great testimonyto the foods and sweetbreads. ,
i. Brings in Few Minutes lack of strong resistance inadequate amounts of I
the unregenerate world. rich in calcium. <-WNU-C.. Houston Goudiss-1938-38.
may open I
n. Honesty Restores Stolen Goods i the way to dental \ :
t' (Luke 19:1-10). :
,_ disease and to ann The Adolescent's Diet Little Stores, Big Names ,
The of the conversion of the
story I variety of other se- I
'/ t'r' despised Jewish tax collector Zac- rious infections as well.It To balance the diet properly, Little Mexican business men ,
chaeus has many interesting fea- has also been established thatif these necessary protein and en- display a lot of ingenuity in nam-
;, ergy foods should be supplemented ing their stores. A name like ,
tures, for our lesson we stress is nourished dur-
'; a girl poorly by milk and cheese which are Brown & Platt won't do; it has>,to '
but one, namely, that the reality of of
these rapid develop-
; ing
rich in calcium; by green leafy be the Passage of Venus Through -
his conversion
demonstrated i
was by
ment there not be the slightest
; may -
his vegetables which are also a good the Orbit of the Sun or better.A I
honesty in restoring that whichhe indication of that fact until she
F had obtained unjustly, and that first becomes mother. source; by eggs and fruits, valued dry goods store near Mexico :
an expectant -
L Take 2 Barer Aspirin! TaWeU with a in fourfold : for their minerals and vitamins; City is named May Sunshine, a !
, i
measure. Then she will for her
1i. .foil glass of water the moment feel pay
loa and by bulky foods which supply bar is named the Firing Line, and I
headache coming Insofar it is mother's lack of nutrition knowl-
to do
t tv on. as possible so,
to charcoal
sufficient cellulose help pro- a yard is called the
' r the honest person will make right edge. mote regular health habits. Struggle.

[ any known injustice. To be right Mothers of adolescent children Our correspondent encountereda i I j I

with God must mean that we are Results of Calcium DeficiencyIf should make a conscientious and bakery named El Recuerdo del ; I
y; to be right with men. The testi- her diet has been deficient in determined effort to feed them a Porvenir. That meant the Re- I I ;

mony of many Christians could be calcium, for example, her pelvic diet rich in calcium and vitaminsA membrance of the Future and :

presented to show that they have bones may be imperfectly devel- C and D-the substances required made little or no sense. Some- !

:'" only entered upon real peace and oped, so that she suffers unneces- especially, for maintaining: body finally cleared it all up by ,I ,
usefulness as they have made con- sarily during the birth of her sound, healthy teeth. If milk and explaining that the original store I i

7J sistent effort to right every wrong, child. And if liberal amounts of succulent fruits' and vegetables on that site had burned down. Its : ;

to pay every debt. calcium have not been stored in figure prominently in the daily name had been the Future.-For- I i

. :. '.' 2. Yon should feel relief very quickly. If IH. Honesty Resents CrookednessLuke her body, she maybe called uponto menus of the adolescent girl, they tune Magazine. j

::1, ing pain to la directions.unusually oeTerc, repeat accord ( 19:45. 46). make needless sacrifices from will go a long way'toward helpingto jI I I i

In sharp contrast to the prompt her own body in the interests of correct the "choosy" attitude I

'..;. 1'; To ease a headache with amazing restitution by Zacchaeus the converted her child. It is well known that if toward food from which'many old- I

;,, : ,',, speed simply follow the easy Bayer publican, was the stubborn an expectant mother's diet is not er children suffer. YES I
Aspirin way shown above. Relief disobedience and dishonesty of the abundantly,supplied with calcium, And if careful attention to diet

often comes within a few minutes.- priests in the temple. Jesus had the substance will be withdrawn is coupled with careful attentionto !

r;' '' If this way should fail-see your already cleansed the temple of the from her own bones and teeth in sound hygienic habits, the "Luden's natural '

j. doctor. He will find the cause and traffic in money-changing and the an effort to meet the needs of the health of our 'teen-age ,boys and choice, because are a they + )
correct it. While there, ask him sale of animals for sacrifice prac- developing child. girls will be greatly improved,
i:> about taking Bayer Aspirin to'relieve ticed there (see John 2:13-17). On and they will be more adequately alkaline to your I i

!f headache and rheumatic pains. that occasion He rebuked them be- An Aid to Dental Health prepared to assume the duties of have reserve cold."when.xyou

';-f:, We believe he will tell you there is cause they made His Father's house For although expectant mothersare parenthood. M. SOUI'HARD.Rtg a '
Ijt'' no more effective more dependable "a house of merchandise." Had
:.; ; not always aware of this important skrtdNllneN w York
c_ way normal persons may use. they known the change of heart of a fact, it is true that the Correct Dental HygieneIt

" '''r When you buy, converted Zacchaeus they would first or "baby" teeth are devel- is vitally important that the' LUBIN'S ;
J;,:, .' "'. ask for genuine"BayerAspiria"by i have heeded His admonition. But oped within the jaw during pre- proper care be given to the teeth

-4?:.' .1.r. they did not believe in Christ and natal life, and the foundations for and mouth. But it is quite unlikely Sft '

:k f :.":; ,.. its full name-not went on with their ungodly desecra- the second set are also laid at this that a correct routine will be followed MENTHOL COUGH DROPS :i

:,'.:,'.. k'-:' for"aspirin"alone. ... tion ot the temple area until it be- time. unless mothers offer tact- !f
;f" came "a den of thieves" (v. 46). Unless the expectant mother'sdiet ful advice and suggestions very Not Without Risk I

: 15c The Lesson Commentary of the is very generously ,supplied frequently. For while the tiny Every noble acquisition is attended !

rOR 12 TAB LETS United Lutheran Church makes an with calcium, so as to allow ade- child has his teeth brushed for with its risks; he who.fears ,

.' 2 FULL DOZEN 25c unusually apt application of the quate amounts for the baby's him, and the young school child to encounter the one must not ex- I
truth to "the goings on in our ownchurches" teeth and bones, nature will en-, has his tooth-brushing ritual supervised pect to obtain the other.-Metastasio. -

in the following para- deavor to meet the child's require- too often the adolescentis 'i
graph. Read it, ponder it, pray ments by sacrificing calcium from left to his own devices in this
WNU-7 47-38te about it, then act if it describesyour I;
the mother's own body. If she respect. That is a great mistake
church. has no adequate reserve, then she as adolescents are sometimes MINOR SKIN IRRITATIONS B
"Is a church honest when it as- may be forced to lose "a tooth for careless in the care- of their teeth. M

sumes obligations that it cannot every child," or suffer even more Mothers must see to it that OROLINESNOWWHITE I
a BackacheMay ; : meet, and is then forced to use all serious dental ills. there are two toothbrushes, one PETROLEUM JELLY
.. sorts of questionable means to raise
money for the benefit of the church? I Ic !
Warn of Disordered Is a church 'honest when it turnsa 1
Kidney Action building consecrated to the wor- i ,1,1J
Modern! life with its hurry and worry, ship of God into a restaurant or a J 1
irregular habits improper eating and theater, regardless of whether it is i
drinkinits risk of exposure and j infection done to make money tor the churchor ij j
-throws heavy strain on the work
of the kidneys. They are apt to become to attract people who are more !
overtaxed and fail to filter excess acid interested in eating and drinking or
and blood.other impurities from the hfe-giving playing than in the preaching of the I
You may suffer nagging backache, Word and the worship of God? Is ,e t !
headache, dizziness getting up nights, a church honest that turns its pulpit + ea ri I
j i iI
leg pains, swelling-feel constantly into a lecture platform for the dis- r I J
tired of kidney, nervous or ,bladder all worn disorder out. Other may signs be cussion of current events or the Pepsodent ALONE of all tooth powders = I ,

bu rjj,7 or too, frequent urination. review of popular books or plays contains marvelous Irtum* i !
Ptllt. Conn's help the while the world is destroying itself
kidneys body waste.to get They rid are of excess antiseptic poisonous to the because it does not know the timeof D'If YOU want YOUR teeth to sparkle as cleanser, Iriuml.. .Irintn makes the new c" : r : :
urinary tract and tend to relieve irrita- its visitation? The answer Nature intended they should do thisPepsodent more effective...helps Pepso Y 4 :
tion and the pain it causes Doan't Msnygrate- is that the church is dishonest that change immediately to newly-improved dent to brush away unsightly surface- 4 J
ful recommend
people They
have bad more than forty years of public permits any such things, because it Pepsodent Tooth Powder 1 WHY Pepso- stains to quickly reveal the natural .' ;\
approval.Ask your neighbor robs God of the honor and glory due dentBecauseitaloneofalltoothpowdere radiance of teeth. Contains NO-GRIT, NO # I i:
to Him. and it robs people of their contains that new fast-action tooth BLEACH. Order Pepsodent novrl +' J I
Iv r chance of salvation by giving them 'Pepaodent'slrade mark for it a brand ot Purified Alkyl Sa!.!. 1
t a I stones when they need the bread of ,\
life. I II ITll



The Clewiston News I As Seag1.illS 'California;: ; World's Fair in San Francisco Bay -1 _

Published every Friday In Clewiston, I -
Florida by the CLBWISTON NEWS I iI -- .,
Inc I :: "

KEATHLEV BOWDEN, Editor I ," ".'l'rv'1'.J, ;
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Entered as second class mall matter
February 1, 1927. at the Post Office In -; :< w
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of .
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have given a more or less sluggish -

performance this season, allow :

ing themselves to be kicked and I
cuffed around with only an oc-

casional warning snap of their jaws,
Florida is not without football hon-

ors, for her practically unknownand

unsung "Rattlers" have been /, r gliding throughout the southeast, ,
striking deadly results at every foe,
} '' GAIL sAPK ''f
to for lhe second successiveyear \ 7 T \ 1' UNNtpslrr .
secure G l o Q
"::/ A :
M7CRAItT : :
the coveted title of Southern

Conference Champions.oOo :
> THe-ww- t!;:
tions of higher learning, Florida :. (.>\:

Agricultural and Mechanical Col- This humorous sketch by Artist Lewis Rothe colorfully 'portrays the man-made island setting of the 1939 Golden Gate International Expos ':>:i:>.

lege for' negroes at Tallahassee e')n in the middle of San Francisco Bay. The site, which has been named Treasure Island, lies between the two famous 'new bridges. In th= : ,..' ;.{'!''
ranks high, and every Floridian 1ground is Oakland and other East Bay communities; in the background, San Francisco and the Pacific O &&D. Note at right, Ale, trat t; J.i:

may point with pride to the record I > .:*,.r}, the Federal Government's "home" .for bad. men. ':::k:,Vl:h.
established in advancing the wel- __- :,..N: ?4 r ,'
------ -- um
fare of our negroes and the serviceit I

has rendered in publicizing and Ida's colored citizens, few are aware him. It doesn't cost, a great deal In the oil sand strata there are ,:

promoting our state. of the fact that for years the negro more to put on a three-center and low places, or low pockets. These J. M. COUSE :|r jfCounselor

-000HANDICAPPED exhibit at the Florida State Fair be sure. pockets should carry oil. There are

BY lack of has stood as the greatest exposi- Yes, It's another thirty days un- about a dozen men in the crew and Attorney at Law"'t'. $$

funds, smiling "Big Bill" Bell, tion of its kind staged in America, til Christmas but it's time to get and their headquarters are in Fort Hopkins Building VvV-Vf:

former Ohio State line starmodest attracting national attention.000 to thinking about it. The instrument which makes recordings Wednesdays and Saturdays '.MTrMJ;
0:80 to 4:00Notice. ; t /\
and unassuming despite his -
is so sensitive that it

amazing coaching ability-has tak- LIKEWISE, FLORIDA negroes Texas, Company registers the vibration of a person
en the raw 'material' at hand and have played their part in advertis- walk'ing on the ground within )i \1
given Florida ;A & M College a ing and publicizing .Florida to the Prospects For Oil "1
football team that for two years nation throughout their participation quarter mile of where it is stationed. Home Owners .r ; j

stands UNBEATEN.oOo. In the magnificent Florida Exhibits \\: ;

at Chicago, New York and The Texas Company Is prospecting The depth .of oil sand varies indifferent '- : 7
PLUMBING DOORS Sash Lumber. ,',
WHILE FLORIDIANS for the Cleveland and we will again par- for oil in Hendry county, localities. At Buckingham All sizes. Complete Stock '''''','.',1"r.---t:fa-I'fi:

most part have given little thoughtor I ticipate at the.New. York World's working, south through Felda to a year or more ago it was found We have just purchased all materials' .'' ':,? ;::":i.t
from Dork's Hotel-Bath Tubs, Sinks. ;
attention to their colored "Rat- Fair next summer. Immokalee. The expedition is us- -r, 'Jf.YlI
at about 2,000 feet. No has TOILETS, DOORS, AT lowest prices. .tY': :
tlers", we should not overlook the -oOo- ing four trucks in their work. Pedestal Lavoratories Built-in Tubs; .< .
fact that this team, too, is "Flor-I THE FLORIDA 'Orange Blossom Two dynamite trucks take positiona been made as yet on depth of oil Medicine Cabinets, Toilet Seats, $1.25. ,.:4i!:tj
Kitchen drainboard sinks, cabinets. """" ";!' :;,.,
I ,:
ida's" and while it may be little Quartet, all students of the Flor- half mile away from the one strata in Hendry county.-Hendry French windows and doors. ,'11.: ';,:i

known at home, it is known and ida A & M College, directed by carrying equipment.The County News: Screen doors. Metal lath > "../:,.l..
CEMENT, 65c, 5Gal. coating $1.99". .
respected throughout the south. Rudolph Von Charlton, is known sounding machine is a rod Lumber. 2 x 6, 2 x 8, 2 x 10. $2ft. :-

-oOo- today as one of the finest negro with a delicate instrument on top. FLOORING, Ceiling, Sheeting Siding. ,,.'' '. (.
of the Lime Ply or Presswood, Wallboard -I
Age Sphinx
SO FAR THIS SEASON FloridaA musical organizations in the coun- In their operations a hole is drilled The 4c: Celotex Plasterboard Steeltex, f '
& Mi has piled up a total score try, ranking with the famed Fiske into the ground about 10 feet deep exact age of the Sphinx is Galvanized and Asbestos roof shingles

of 160 points to their opponents' Jubilee Singers. They have, given into which the rod is placed. The for unknown.more than It has 5,000 been years.standing It is Hardware BARRETT Aluminum Roofing &Paint Asphalts., $2.49 _

nothing. Among their brilliant vic- Florida thousands of dollars'worth instrument is 'connected by wire 70 feet Ladders Screen and Fence Wire, '
high and 150 feet
tories was the defeat of North Caro- of valuable publicity with their with the truck a half-mile away. long, ex- Paint $1.25 Devoe floor paint $1.73 gal ... :,
cluding the A few of :
paws. pieces Washable Water Paint, 70c! can. Varnish :: :
lina State 41 to 0 and Tuskegee 40 radio programs and recording. At regular intervals a small amountof tone have been added from timeto $1,95.! Enamel % Ira!. '.99c. Brushes .\,,"-,(,:,
to 0. I I Numberless times they have been i dynamite is touched. off at the time, but in general the statueis Paint Oil !90c Gal: S. Turpentine 39c ;",: (,;J,:

-000- featured on Florida programs, I truck and the depth to oil sandis carved from living rock. Until NATIONAL UUILDKKS SUPPLY CO. 'l;
ON DECEMBER 3 they tangle coast to coastwith such artists as determined by the instrument the end of the Nineteenth century N. Dixie- and 10th St. Phone 8000 '

wtih Kentucky State in their Or- Major Bowes, Ed Wynne, Ray Perk- recording the length of time it there remained traces of the original I 2 WarehoiiNeei, New Deliver, Used materialWe ., :-,"I''.)::):

ange Bowl Classic at Orlando: for ins, Stoopnagle and Bud, Tiny Ruf-i I takes the echo to register. coloring of the face. WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA : ;-gJ!}

the National Championship, and if fner and Graham McNamee. .' ..;;it. jDO

Floridians want to see a real foot- :

ball game they'd better not miss CHRISTMAS MAILING .

it. The brand of football these HAVE TROUBLE ON HillS ? ,,1
southern colored lads have been (Moore Haven Democrat) YOU ,

turning out is so good that "white This is the season of the year

folks" have been flocking to their when postmasters everywhere begin -

games this year throughout the cautioning 'their patrons to do .,':,\:;ii2 t{
south their Christmas mailing early. And l }f

-000- the wisdom of doing so may be

AS SOUTHEASTERN Conference easily seen for it's of as much ad- ;;g

Champions, the Florida A & :M vantage to you as to the postmasters .,% ,
Rattlers have been invited to play and their forces.

Langston University of Oklahoma, falls flat
Nothing quite so as a
Southwestern Champions in the Cot
Chir&truas: present or a Christmas I
ton Bowl at Dallas, Texas on Christ- card delivered after Christmas day.

mas Day. They have been chosen to And if you wait until the last min- ft PiSOta
meet. the
outstanding eastern team,
ute to mail your parcels you maybe ,',:.
playing in the Cigarette Bowl at
sure that yours will stan'd a
Winston-Salem on January 2, good chance to arrive at their des- !
while Atlanta IC A 4 4r'
wants them on the tination late and if your friends B
same date for an All-Star game in
wait to send your presents they are
the famed Georgia Peach Bowl. just as liable to arrive a day or

-oOo- two after the Christmas spirit has
BUT LACK OF FUNDS has so, cooled. The congestion cannot 'be

far prevented the acceptance of altogether avoided in the offices

any of these invitations and it will during, a time like Christmas but -

indeed be a shame if, after their you need not worry if you> do your ...,
brilliant record, this great colored ) '
mailing early.
/ .
Florida ll1S .
team is denied the priv- There 'are those, too, who ,wish 1 i-:
ilege of I t' \\i .
bringing additional
honor to order a few presents to be received f r ..... ,
and glory to the state, through ,
and before 'ChrIst- ,," c
;: .t'I ,
lack of interest 4q/L4 ; .
'and appreciationon .
'These'9rders ) .
mas. be
the part of its citizens.oOo .should placed : 'j: :; ,1 ,."
'well In advance of the time -
usually required for receiving such '' ; i :
AFTER ALL, A CHAMPION is goods. 1 > ;

a Champion and this .. ,
splendid Flor- Christmas cards, if one really .: ,
ida team has earned and deservesour .. -
wishes to have the ;
one for whomit ':;:
support. Remember, Florida A is intended receive it, should be pr
& M is a Florida State Institutionand
sealed and carry a three cen't stamp. '
the Florida Rattlers are Florida Cards carrying a one and a half ,

boys. Let's be public spirited and cent stamp cannot be sealed, can- '\.
fair enough to let them finish the not carry a return address and

job with Florida victories at Dal- cannot carry a personal message of ui! 6AS4lxE LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES <
las and W' nst n-Salem ae9
or Atlanta. any sort to the one who receivesIt.

-oOo- Neither can they be forwardedif I ws l "t INCREASES, POWER SAVES WEAR .,;-:
AND WHILE WE ,are on this the addressee has changed ad- wow

subject' J, of. the..... achievement.1.'.0'. of. Flor-- dresses. since last you heard; < from -



'. ....... PAGE FIVE

1' % ':...............................:.......o.:................................ ................................................................................................................................ today.In his 23.
'f .. r Kuhl carried to umpire, Ward; head linesman, Oliver -
addition to Fr. Flynn's talk Clewiston 35.:: B. Parketon wont to'' ; scorer, Wright.Good .

the grammar grades presented their 25. Parketon made 'another firston

I PERSONAL I! Thanksgiving play, "A Day of 15. Stone replaced Brantley,.. I
and SOCIETY'.t. Thanksgiving." Tarpon pass was incomplete. Kuhl

..r.. ISt ; I carried on second play to Tiger 2. I.

y* y t EIGHTH GRADE Failed to gain on line plunge.

.y......................... ................................_...n....._...._...._...u.u.u.u.u.u.u..u..u._._._._._._._._._.....-.-.-...-....-..................;..;...;...;....;..;_..;_ ;_..:_..:...:..:..:..:..:..:j.:..y:. grade Wednesday held a morning debate on the the eighth sub-I other Bourne line replaced plunge Owen was smeared Winn. An-by FarmLand

,; Frank Parkinson of Alva wasa and at the' tea hour ,sandwiches, ject, "Resolved: That the Child I the Tigers and the ball went over

Clewiston visitor Wednesday. cakes and coffee were served.A Labor Law Should Become a Part to them on their one yard stripe.

clothes line which had been of the Constitution." Those on the :I Bud Vaughn went in to kick and
erected for the punted to his 30. J. Wtfnn replaced I
Merville Manley of LaBelle wasa occasion bore the affirmative side were: Bernard I

business visitor here Saturday. many beautiful and lovoly gifts 'Leiter, Elbert Hooker, Sonny i I Vaughn. A pass was good to Clew-

which the honoree received. Vaughn and Laura Bailey. Thoseon I yards 21. Kuhl made a couple of to Rent

I J. L. Whitaker was a visitor> in Included in the guests were Mrs. the negative side were: Thos. but Tarpons offside. Kuhl

Fort Myers Friday. George T. Augur, Mrs. J. H. Press- Liles, Nettie P. Norton, Carrol Red- carried to Tiger 15 and Parketon

I ley, Mrs. B. C. Flaniken, Mrs. W. : Ish and James Brewer. The affirm- made a first down on Tiger 11.

F. Simpson, Mrs. Olin Carleton, ative side was judged to have better A pass was incomplete, Parketon \

f. Miss Jayne Miller spent Sunday Mrs. W. M. Bradnack, Mrs. I. M. arguments and was declared the made a :yard and then carried to

with relatives In Fort Myers. Pafford, Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. O. winner. This is the eighth grade's Tiger 5. Failed to gain on fourth I

A. Jones, Mrs. H. V. Briant, Miss first debate and they should be con- down and ball went to Clewiston
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Sandel were Livonia on their 5. Vaughn went back
Congdon, Miss In
Mae Whit- gratulated on doing as well as they TrespassersWill
recent visitors In South Bay. ten, Miss Inez Lammons, Mrs. W. did. for J. Winn and kicked to KuhI

C. Prewitt, Mrs. F. M. Wright, who made a' nice return but Boca Be
Bill Meyers spent Sunday in Mrs. I Grande was penalized 15 for holding
C. L. Downs, Mrs. F. D. Duff, NINTH GRADE -

Fort Myers. Mrs. A. L. Hackett, Mrs. T. B.. I Louise Roath, a former student and Kuhl punted to Vaughn ProsecutedCleviston I

.. Shelley, Mrs. H C. Kolstad, Mrs.. ,at Clewiston, has rejoined the ninth who returned to 26. Vaughn's pass I

Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. W H. 'E. L. Stewart and Miss Moorman. "grade classes. Louise has been jn to Owen was incomplete, a second

Lanler and Mrs. Sidney Crochet I school in Fort :Myers. was incomplete and Vaughn punted I II

motored to Arcadia Saturday. DAUGHTER nOUN i to Tarpon 22 as quarter ended.E. I

OUR TEAM Parketon '}went back in for Kuhl,

Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wakefieldand Mr. and "Mrs. C. W. McDonald, Harry Vaughn Ford for Redish and Waldron for
regularly known Davis.E. "
Miss Alice Steinholtz spent the former Clewiston residents and
I as "Bud" first came to our city in
week-end In West Palm Beach. now residing in Belle Glade are 1928 from New Orleans Parketon made two yards. J.
Louisiana! Realty And '
(.( the proud parents of a nine pound I After a 'short visit in LaBelle for Winn replaced Owen. A pass was
Miss Evelyn Burhans Is spend baby daughter born batted down Futch Down-
Tuesday, No two replaced
Bud returned
years In
ing the holidays with relatives In L vember 22 at r DevelopmentCorporation
LaBelle. the Clewiston hospital. the sophomore class, Bud has science ing for Tarpons and Futch kickedto ,

Mother and daughter are reported English II, civics and geome- Clewiston 5. Stone returned to

Miss Livonia Congdon.; is spend doing nicely.SCHOOL. try to worry over. Bud is nearlysix 16. Pass incomplete. O. Venn car- :

feet tall and weighs 140 pounds. ried to 20. Vaughn kicked to E.
ing the holidays In Alva with her

parents. r-- ..IIIu''Jllljm! I G mljlllilmlm! il !iII11lilmllll!!J I IIL 1I1m!! mmlill ll! mmflllm! I[0 lImlm!I I ml If !llnh. He and is is halfback noted for on his the 'varsity punts place team Pass Parketon incomplete.who returned VonMach to own replaced 22.

Mrs.; D. G. Alston spent a few and drop kicks. But football is Vaughn. Stone intercepted a Tarpon .-

days In Miami on business the first NEWSEditor not the only sport Bud has a pass on 35 and carried to Tarpon

of the week. craving for. He plans to be a basketball -' 28. A pass, VonMach to Ford in- not :

____......_.._. Bill Owen star this coming season complete. Tigers carried to 26. Only SAFE; r rI rr

Mr. and Mrs. Basil Bowden and Ass't EditorJ.. D. Hooker but in the meantime just keeps on en back in for Ford. Pass OW-I

Mrs. Carl Stello of Okeechobee vIs- Sports Editor ........_.. Dick Owen I adding those extra points after plete and Vaughn kicked to i t
ited in Clewiston Saturday. touchdown. Parketon carrying to the 10. I
'- 111' lmmllimmmllilllrllilll"'lIIlll11mmlllllllllmmlmmlllmlmllmm Il "' !II "lImm""ml"" II Glllh"! "' Dick Patterson is a native Flor- took Parketon's kick on own
Miss Marcia Avant spent Mon- .IoCIIalrJIIIIUUlIliIlGIIIJIIIUiIIUIIIIIUmllJlllllllllllii, : : IllHiIillllllJIiIUI1J1IIIHIiIUlil'In {! : ; I idian. He was born in Jacksonvilleand 30 and returned forty yards but

day and Tuesday in West Palm celebration of ThanksgivingDay it has been a little over ten /play called back, he having taken

Beach. the grammar grades gave an' years since he first saw Clewiston.He punt out of bounds. A' pass, Von

interesting Thanksgiving program. entered the first grade here Mach to Owen made a first on

Mr. and Mrs.. R. W. Slade of The third grade gave a play en- and has continued making his good Tarpon 35 and a second pass car- J

Fort Myers were recent guests of titled, "A Day of Thanksgiving." marks until now he' is a junior. ried to the 29. Stone lost several

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berner. The characters were: I English 'II, Latin, chemistry and yards on second down. O. Winn replaced but PROFITABLE
VonMach. Stone to
geometry are Dick's school hour
Elsie, a southern girl :
Mrs. J. C. Farnell and Mrs. T. Mary i I I studies. He executes the position. Winn on 33. Vaughn kicked to, end

D. Floyd of Pahokee visited in ] Kathryn Dyess. of assistant manager of the squad i zone, a, touchback, and ball in playon cr here are several safe places for

Clewiston Sunday. Leola, a negro girl, Betty Emrich. during the games. Dick also playsin I 15. Futch replaced Kuhl. P. your savings...in a safe deposit

Sam, a negro boy, Jack Phillips.The the backfield, along with 'other Parketon carried to 20. E. Parke- box, in government bonds, invested

Mr. and Mrs.: G. O. Wallace of mother, Betty Dixon. backfield 1 stars. Diamondball and I I ton made first on 30. Hargis took here, etc. The principal differenceis
The father, Dude Smith.A I{i that HERE
Okeechobee visited friends here. basketball are Dick's chief sport a pass and was downed on own 35 your savings earn a

Sunday.E. boy, Jackie Redish. interests outside of football.: As- as the game ended. generous profit for you... because

Spirit of Thanksgiving, Barbara sistant manager Patterson says: Starting lineups were, Clewiston: they work constantly and profitably,
A. Benson is spending the Bruce. amply secured by homes.
many j
"The squad will be' in good con- Ford and Owen, ends; Waldron,
Thanksgiving holiday at his homeIn Pilgrim, Harold Broderick. dition for the Boca Grande game
center; J. Winn, quarterback; 'Owen -
Daytona Beach.Mr. .
and will be'out there fighting.
Indian, Elwin Young. Winn, halfback_ and Stone, full- Clewiston Federal

and Mrs. John Elmore e Other special numbers presentedby back. Boca Grande: Downing and
(f Thanksgiving in Alva with Mrs. the other grades were: The Clewiston Tigers- Joiner, ends; Hargis, center; Kuhl, Savings 'and LoanAssociation

Elmores parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. Turkey Gobbler by first and sec- quarterback; Blake Parketon, half-

C. Ellis. ond grade girls; Indian Dance, back; Eugene Parketon, fullback.
first and second grade boys Come (Continued from page 1)
; Officials were: Referee, Bell;
Thou Almighty King, Fourth Grade incomplete and Stone punted to
Miss Ava Ezelle of Alva is ;
Tarpon 12, Parketon returning ten ---------------------------
visiting her brother, Dr. J. W. The Gossip of the Nuts, Fifth grade;
A Harmonica Duet yards to 22. B. Parketon carried J JI -- ,
Ezelle, and family over the holi- Bobby I
to 27 and E. Parketon stopped for
days. Henry Chapman; Swing the
Shining Sickle", Sixth grade boys I no gain as the first quarter ended.

.E. Parketon's pass to Kuhl was
and girls.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Davis of
complete but was called back and
Canal Point spent Sunday in Clew- I 4ri
SIXTH NEWS Tarpons penalized fifteen yards for }?
iston visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. J. I
holding and with third down on 12
Lovvorn. The sixth graders are glad to NN
Parketon kicked to Clewiston 35, rn.i'J
.----' welcome several pupils back to
( Stone returning to the Tarpon 33.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wakefieldare school this week. Edwin Roath, who
On the first play Jimmy Winn broke I
spending the Thanksgiving hol- was In the fifth grade with us last
through the entire Tarpon team I
idays with Mr. Wakefield's par- year, has returned to1 Clewiston and t
and ran for a touchdown but thereferee's
ents in Arcadia. our class. Betty Creel, who has
whistle had blown and the
been absent for some time is also '
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Anne back. Gilbert, Carmouche, who has Tigers were penalized fifteen yards I Fr i : ( T; a'a
for Owen WJnn carriedto r4't
and Mary Kay Pafford, left Wed- been at home for six weeks becauseof pushing. :
nesday to spend the holiday week- Tarpon 35, a pass, to Waldron
a bad sprain also has returnedthis
end with relatives in Brunswick, week.FATHER was incomplete, Stone broke
Ga. through to the 20 and Owen Winn, .

on fourth down, made a first on t.
Coburn Moore, Ed Clark, Jim Tarpon 15. Winn hurt on play and I

Beardsley and Bob Patterson, students Father Lawrence Flynn visited Hervey Bourne replaced him. A BI

of the University of Florida, pass, Stone to Waldron, was incom- i.;::)<
the school Wjednesday morning and ]
are spending the holiday week-end plete in end zone. A second pass 'ltr:
made a talk at the Junior-Senior
I incomplete but was F.-w
here with relatives. to Owen was
High School 'assembly which was
: allowed, the referee ruling inter-
very interesting and the applause
Stafford Beach, L. Phillip Clarkeand of the students at the, conclusion :I ference, and the ball was on the f f' & f

Dr. Dan C. McIntosh, of W st 8 yard line. Stone lost two yards.A .
Palm Beach spent the week-end at indicated their interest and appre- pass on fourth down was com- 1cL iThriff is cy1ft jlT y;
ciation. It was an inspirational talk,
the Inn and enjoyed the duck hunting pleted- Stone to Ford, but Ford
Father Flynn using as his topic,
< A ,'ahtifty'joU4l f k
; ;
In this vicinity. was downed on five yard line. Davis ; xy
"Ability and Stability". He gave
and Redish replaced Ford and
many examples In the world of .
Miss Roberta Spicer left Sunday Waldron for Clewiston. Parketon: "a >
sports, movies, and music In 'which
for Tallahassee where she has carried to 12 and to 20 on second .
those of greatest ability. sometimes V'
spent this week as the guest of failed to make a success because down but Tarpons offside and play You'll ALWAYS be glad }
r- her back. Owen Winn intercepted
sister called
Miss Betty Spicer, a they lacked the stability of character -
:. senior at Florida State College for to carry them through. He a pass on 18 and was downed you bought a G-E I
Women.V. after 2 yards. A fumble and Tarp-
said that were ,he to be called up- ons recovered on 24. E. Parketon n e NOW is the best time to .
on to. choose between a dumb per- new G-E Refrig
C. Woodward carried to 28 and Tigers offside get your I
spent SundayIn
son with stability and an intelli- +- erator. Be prepared for the I \
Miami it second on 33. Tarpons Reltgerotor
visiting Mrs. Woodward, I
gent person without stability he Genera' Electric ._ore 0oW happy holidays ahead! On
who is took too much time in huddle and million
remaining for sur
would unhesitatingly choose the first choice o\ priced' Thanksgiving, Christmas, I
gical treatment lost five yards, E. Parketon car-
: Mrs. Glen Ether- pop
dumb one. He spoke of visits to New Year.s-every day
ton, who spent several days therewith penitentiaries and of the great ried to 38 and made a first downon SilentSep kd'!n.Steel this fall and winter-

her mother Mrs. F. R. Max number of men within prison walls next play on Clewiston 38 Simp le, ft UNT you'll: be rb- ." -' for the
well, returned Futch went in for Tarpons replac- TH R\
to Clewiston with I roomice
who lacked not in ability but did GE G-E's
Mr. Woodward. ing B. Parketon but the pass play Cooling,
lack in stability. He closed with a i with Oil its day-to-daysav.1 j over ,
was Incomplete as the half ended. refrigeration.
thanksgiving thought, telling the inadequate
MRS EZELLE EXTERTAIXS Brantley went in for Stone andJ.
students that we should all be .
WITH SHOWER TUESDAY thankful that we are Americans Winn for Bourne as the third t: AJ :U. .}.. .
quarter got underway. Downing
where we enjoy freedom of speech,
Mrs. J. \\). Ezelle entertained freedom of the press and religious kicked to J. Winn on 10 and he car- Clewiston Radio and Electric CompanyLocated

Tuesday afternoon with a stork tolerance ried back to his 34. One pass was
none of which
are enJoyed '' ,
shower honoring Mrs. J. P. Curry. incomplete and the second, 'Brant- fy Bakea's Service Station Bldg
' The afternoon wag spent In sewing,]I some of. the .Icy to J. Winn carried to the Tarpon '., ....... .
!J. other leading countries of the world.
27 B. Parketon intercepted next Clewiston Florida

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Our Presidents II :

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Point it was changed to Ulysses i

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Simpson. '
John Tyler was a member of

By SAMUEL HOPKINS I ADAMS 'IT HAPPENED the Martin Confederate Van -congress.Buren was :

shrewd in political intrigue and i
ONE NIGHT'SYNOPSIS campaign manipulation, and i
gained many nicknames. He '
was variously known as the : ::1

\thing I ever tackled, and a win by the unexpected windfall of Uncle dies," intoned a voice. Every one\ "Little" Magician," "Little : !

would put me where I want to be. Peckett's fortune. The effect of the stood up as the great man enteredin Van, and "King Martin the !

Kelsey Hare, young architect convalescingfrom Only I won't win." millions was to inspire in him a loftyif a rush. First.

struggling a breakdown author In, meets a storm Martin on a lake Holmes near, "Why not?" not wholly logical opinion of him- Everyone but Number 3245-D. Theodore Roosevelt and
Moldavia N. Y. Caught In a downpour they "Because you will." self as a man ,of large affairs. He She sat still, regarding with mildly Woodrow Wilson were awardedthe .
seek shelter at Holmes' estate. "Holmes- it's. too absurd cried the aspired to be glorified as an industrial astonished interest the figure that Nobel peace prize.
holm" which by Its air of decay gives evidence ,
of its owner's financial embarrassment other. "Look at those girls in there. leader, and also to shine socially bounced energetically in. Her first
Kelsey suggests'renting a room and What possible show would I'have-" and to his innocent soul the mo-' untutored thought was that this was
settles down there. Finding Holmes studying tion picture business seemed to some actor who had come, fresh
-a newspaper picture of a Park avenue "You got this far, didn't you?
debutante. Kelsey learns that a story by combine these,opportunities. So he from a costume performance. He
Holmes has been rejected in a $15.000 contest "On my' photograph." And that bought n moribund minor company, wore an ,open-neck shirt, a pinch- AROUNDTHE

darker run president by Purity, for Pictures'a novel A.suitable Leon; Sny-for was an accident. renamed it, and with the sublime bottle coat with a yellow orchid in
plcturlzatlon. in which the winner of a Mystery "Mebbe. Now lissen, kid. Until courage of complete ignorance the lapel, and swung with commend- HOUSEToast
Beauty contest will star. Kelsey buys you busted into the game I figured made himself producerpresident.Three able nonchalance a polo mallet. He
the manuscript from Holmes and rents his smart bet. This field
myself a
was lean, twitchy and handsome
house.; One of the conditions of the deal is constant principles motivated glossily -
that Kelsey adopt Holmes' pen name, "Tern- ain't so hot. Animals. Cut animal
pleton Sayles." After Holmes departs on a "I thought they were lovely. Of the start of his career: speed, "Now-now-now-now-nowl"! he de shapes out of bread with animal
trip, a telegram arrives for Sayles which sensation, and publicity, and the
Kelsey leaves unopened Glunk. odd man course, you're lovely, too, Marne. tonated. "Which is"which? Come- cookie cutters. Spread with but-
of these
greatest was publicity. His
servant, places the debutante's picture on hastily amended. come! Which ,is which, I say." ter and toast a light golden brown
the mantel. The Park Avenue Van Straitens mental processes were rapid, via '
at breakfast with their niece Marion, "Mebbe, allowed the other dis lent, and beyond all human calcula- A" this was a difficult question, under the broiler. Serve these to : ,
are horrified to find her picture In the paperas piritedly. "But you got somethingnone nobody answered it."Whutwhutwhutl. the children to eat with their soup. (),
tion. One of his I
one of ten remaining contestants for the of the rest of us has got. That'swhat's few'practical Whut-whut- l lfI;
Purity Pictures award, and learn that Lig. moves was to pick up Moby Dick- "
gett Morse, admirer has entered Marion's going to count. You got stein whut! he ejaculated. Marne resisted -: Cleaning Strainers. Never
picture on a bet. She Is threatened with class. I've heard about this bird ex-camera-man, ex-director, a temptation to warn him wash a tea strainer or a fine sievein
being taken abroad until the "scandal" dies and ex-general-utility man and en-
Snydacker. He's a sucker for class. that one of his cylinders was miss-
water. Rinse in clear
down, and decides adventurously to go dow him with'the title of Personal soapy
through with the contestCHAPTER Class'll smack him down every ing. He romped over and towered water, always, then there can be
time. He'll spot you the length of Assistant to the President in chargeof above her. She lifted cool and in- no unpleasant flavor when next
Press Functions
the room. You wait and see. But and Publicity. quiring eyes. used.
IIIContinued4 I wish I could figure out which way "Gotta get back to the Big Boy," "You were late." .

the wheels go 'round in that nut- said he, setting down his empty "I'm afraid ,I was, a little ." Germless Brushes. Once a

The late arrival found herself a house." ., glass and yawning. "See you later, "A little! Nearly an hour." week pour a little peroxide of hydrogen -
ehair and made her first survey of "Ask me, girls." Pretties." "Sorry," said the girl with less over the toothbrushes to

a World as new to her as the Desertof Beside them stood a fattish young In his luxurious sanctum A. Leon evidence of contrition than the Pres- sterilize them. Rinse with cold

Gobi. man'with pouchy, piggy eyes and a Snydacker awoke from the confer- ident of Purity Pictures, Inc., felt water and hang up in their places.
The equipment of the room was dormant expression which they ence which he always took just after to be due to the occasion and himself We pay so much attention to the

heavily ornate. Opposite her, a teeth and so little to the brush
glazed door bore in gilt legend a i'."" .:;f: /: "People" do not keep ME wait-' these days..
message of aid to' the suffering. ; ing. *
Y''c hipks :y bJ. t?'}'}
o "
"I said I returned
PECKETT'S PERSUASIVE PILLS \;JyC Y'jG;:, : was sorry, A Scrap Book.-A large loose-
Marne .
discouragingly unimpressed."Whutwhutwhutwhutwhut
FOR THAT PAIN K ?" He leaf note book is inexpensive and:'
Try Little Persuader handy to if saving'the
a i Y iYf3 tried to use you are
< stare her down. It failed to
Before BreakfastIt work. newspaper clippings of the do-

seemed quite out of line with "Anyway,"''she remarked, with a ings of anyone in the family. More

anything she had heard of the motion glance at the clock, "you've kept us pages can be added when need-
picture world until she remembered all waiting. So that rather evens" it ed and any added data may be

Liggy's explanation of the up, doesn't it?" written on the note book paper

Snydacker fortune. The Snydackername "Sweet cheese'n' crackers!" alongside of the .articles.
in small lettering, formed the breathed Miss Gloria Glamour.A. .
bottom line. It also appeared upon Leon Snydacker crossed his Washing Dingy Bath Towels.-
another door, in a display which, by feet and stood gracefully leaning Bath towels that have become dingy -

comparison, seemed almost modest: upon his implement of sport and .should be put into'boiler of cold

PURITY PICTURES, INC.A. class, in an attitude of pensive regard water, soap added and a little
lemon Heat water to boil-
Leon Snydacker, President "I would have waited longer juice.
in luke-
From this strange conjunction of than this," said he in a solemn ing point.Rinse
water and in
warm blueing hang
the medical with the pictorial the tone, "for you. Darr-ling!" he concluded

girl's interested gaze wandered to ogling her with the confident the sun. *

a clock which at once, as if awaitingthat eye of the conquering male.
incitement, struck twelve. "Who? Me?" said Marne, upon Keeping Apples
apples before ,paring. They are
"Am whom the florid endearment
I late? she inquired per- produced
less likely to break. A broad par-
functorily. much the effect of a bomb
ing causes much waste because l3i.
"Only an hour," said a sweet lit- bursting in air.
tle voice "You, indeed. Who else? You apples. .

"Cool you, you, you! ,The type I was pre-- '
as a hog on ice, grumpily Use
Handy Clothespin. a
:: pared to spend and millionsin
commented ;
somebody.A / : seeking. And here you are. clothespin to untangle a fringe
rounded young thing rose and mop. It takes little time and mop
fallen right into
;4 my arms.
slouched across the room. She wasa i. Sv ,:3.r: will be as. fluffy as when new.
"Not exactly, protested Marm
,little fluffy, a little flashy, a little
,. _. .. ... and suffered a severe dig from Glor
untidy, and distinctly beautiful. She 'W 'w "w w'.w.w'".'. 'w.' ?-.... ,., .- .

appraised the newcomer with sleepy "It's all over, stooges" she remarked. "We're licked." ia's admonitory elbow.
Still rapt in his vision, A. Leon GAS SO BAD
eyes in the depths of which were
stalked mounted
across to the pho-
golden gleams. later discovered to be a heavy luncheon stretched
rose, ,
"I knew the
"Hello, kid." mask for the quick and out of his orange silk tographs. you were CROWDS HEART"M
type' the minute I set on this
"Hello," with a smile. mind within. He had been gown and pressed a button. eyes
On the end wall ten photographswere at the table back of them. Dickstein was there at once. photo.hundred One millions.in a million.The type One in a stomach" boftJI'yue to bad I TM leas ao mUerable all1lr fah tad floma-tai "

set in a large frame. The golden "Who might you be; "Afternoon, Bwana," said he, us- pre- times CM bloated me until it crowded my -: .
eminent thousand times
only a Adlerika. Oh. what rlUeL'lhe
girl examined them. 'You're3245D me-lad?" inquired Gloria, the honorific title which he had Darr-ling he appendedin heart.first Z don Wed worked like magic. Adlerika
," she identified. "What'sthe : welcoming smile for she upon his principal, what more so. removed the CM and waste matter and ray
8. A.MeAmli.U .
afterthought. Mrs.
stomach fall to food."i
name? stinctively recognized a the young millionaire had re "Would mind not calling mt KM in your stomach and bowels blest
"Marion Van Stratten." spirit."Don't. from a week's stop in Cairo, you you up until you gasp for breath, take a
that? said Marne. Ublwpooaful of Adkrika! and notice how; the
"PreUy good name. Goes with you remember me, with him an almost life- "Why not?" he asked, and there sloe: lcl1! OAS it relieved! almost, at onoe.Adlenka .
the bowels in teat haD
ia? of himself in tri- mor
your type. a could be no doubt of the genuineness two hour Adlerika i is BOTH earminativa
"I'm glad you think so," smiled.its "Not with that Clark Gable attitude, surrounded by of his surprise."I and nthartlo,earminatiree to warm and eootha .
. owner. "It's the only one I've ,tache and those plush clothes. (and stuffed) lions.A. just don't happen to care for the clear ItOmaeh"aM the bpwala and ezpeI reBev l QAB* intestinal Mthartica ner.to"
got." She liked the candid, steady -why-why, I believe it's Leon smiled benignly. "Has it." preemx Keoou)>eoded br many dootoit toe
look of the other girl and the quirkat Dickstein!" tenth beauty got here yet?" "Whut-whut-whut whut whut?" M y utk Oet Sold fltoulne at all drug Adlerika toru today.

the corner of her mouth. "The same." He presented "Sure, Bwana. They're all here." Did she really mean it? Couldn'tshe

"Oh? I thought it might be a mon- self to Marne. "Officially "How late was she?" appreciate what a complimentshe
aker. Mine's Gloria Glamour. Eng- 'on Moberley, hired "About an hour." was'being paid? He shook a despairing Call for Strength
lish fashion, with a u." President A. Leon The magnate frowned. "That's head, unable to understandthis Patience and gentleness is pow-

1 A Worried-looking man popped in Purity Pictures, Incorporated 3245-D, ain't it? The girl but yielding to it. "It is in- er.-Leigh Hunt.

and said hurriedly: "Ladies, report fired. Moby to you, sisters, horseback?" tended," said he stiffly, "in a pro-

back at 2 p. m. Mr. Snydacker is we may be working on the "Right-o, Bwana." fessional sense. ,Purely professional. Read This Test
detained in conference." lot." "She looks like she'd 'have her ."

"But my notice said eleven I He sat down and ordered with her," mused the mag- A blonde goddess edged forward Exceeds the .

o'clock," protested Marne to the retiring -. "Who, what, and why is of Purity Pictures. "Take-it-or- timidly. "Mr. Snydacker." Requirements of
dacker and how did sort. Her is Miss his U. S.
and unhearing official rear. person name "Shush! The magnate turned
All the rest maintained the glum into the game?" queried Norman Van Stratten. I back on her and beckoned to Marne.

silence of pessimism.. Moby Dickstein surveyed factory'a the photograph traced." "This way, Miss Van Stratten."

"You got here at noon," pointed' vironment for possibly "Snappy work, Bwana. She's a "What'd I tell you!I" Gloria's GENUINEhPUREASPIRIN

out Miss Glamour. "Where do you ears before he replied in a all right." whisper tickled her ear.
have a kick coming? Not used to voice: "There's a big game hunter "D'you think I'd better go?"

waiting for 'em, huh? Make 'em "Bust in is right. Ever Van Stratten," said A. Leon "Sweet' cheese 'n' crackers! Go? MOTHERS, ATTENTION! If -

wait for you. Swell, if you can get Peckett's Persuasive Pills?" reverently. "Scoopy Van Leap to it, kid." She fairly' yankedthe your child has WORMS, the d.. '
away with it. Let's eat." "Nope," said the beauty An-er-acquaintance of other out of her chair and: propelled best remedy to drive them out

Marne assented, and followed her "Don't need 'em." Met him at the-er-inter- her through the door. is Dr. Peery's "Dead Shot"

companion to a near-by restaurant "Or Peckett's Painless matches. Polo, you know. Gloria extracted and lighted a cig- Vermifuge. Good for grown-

where a number of people staredat It was Marne who girl looks as if she might. be arette. "It's all over, stooges" ," she ups also. 50c a bottle at drug-

them. Until the luncheon was time, "Aren't those the that family"Moby remarked. "We're licked. gists or Wright's Pill Co., 100

over, her opposite merely chattered.At read on the door?" Dickstein instantly decided (TO BE CONTINUED) Gold St., New York, N. Y.
the end', she leaned across the "Sure. Well, A. Leon is she should be. "I'll see what

table. or less legitimate offspring can- turn up in the files about Why It Is 'Nickel Plate' Road

"What'll you take to bow off, two. He's what you might ," said he. The Norwalk (Ohio) Chronicle ol
kid?" blend." In the time which it took him to April 14, 1881, in speaking of the -JCLA'SSIFIEDIADVERTISING' -

"Bow off?" "I thought he was a big two cigarettes he had com- glittering prospects of the New

"You got me. Do you need this picture expert," observed a satisfactory, even a brilliant York, Chicago & St. Louis railroad
job?" nocently. record for his subject, which and,,the gilt-edge character of its

"No-o-o. I don't know that I exactly Moby snorted. "If he's a nothing by being largely a work financial, backing, referred to it at Have

need it." picture expert, I'm.a the imagination. Mr.. Snydacker the Nickel Plate road. Another ver the house you anything would around liketo
"Well, I do. To keep ahead of bage collector." it.with approval. sion is that when in 1882 the Vanderbilt trade or you sell?Try a clas-

the sheriff. This has been a bum He rounded out the Back in the human exhibit room interests acquired control of th; Qastifled sified ad.The cost is only

season for the beauty business and sketch of his employer. A., was another period of waiting, railroad, William H. Vanderbilt, 02 ADS a few cents and there are
I'm a beauty girl.' thirty-five years old, when time forty minutes beyond the being informed the price demanded probably alotof folks ..
"Yes I can see that." lifted in get. ing for just whatever it is \.
; out of the routine of appointed hour, after which another by the owners, derisively
"What I mean is, beauty contests something obscure in the official peered in, said, "All quired if the road wwre nickel Results you no longer have use for..

are my line. But this is the biggest partment of the Persuader ?" and vanished. "Ready, la plated.



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.J' Name Lloyd George .,

llnc/rl J1z/
II Was Open SesameWhile

gar : motoring through Wales;; j
David Lloyd George was forced to
stop in a very small village be-
cause of darkness. Seeking a hotel -
And Keep Their Sorrows he stopped in front of a big

Many of the world's greatestmen building, got out and rang the bell.
are unknown to fame. Theyare M JflvF "Sir" he said to the man who
L I Snoopie' [
great because they share their appeared, "I should like to find
joys with others. !i shelter for the night."
No liberal man would im- "Shelter? Here?" replied the astonished j
pute a charge of unsteadiness porter. "This is an in-

to another for changing hisopinion. .. sane asylum."
ur "But I must sleep somewhere.I'm .

:; As a great part of people's troubles Mr. Lloyd George."

t t are imaginary, you can help ;2itjL j jI "Lloyd with George a smile.?" "We said the already fellow -

; reasoner.them greatly if you are a good ,have five Lloyd Georges amongour

inmates. There is always
Gratitude costs no more than "
room for a sixth.
,politeness. Use both liberally. i

, -e-
Out of His ShapeWe our, sNoop1Eii Crochet This Set and

generally find the all-round / Tot Will Be DelightedPattern
politician isn't entirely square.To .
push or to be pulIed-
that is the question every
traveler on life's highway ,, Ae
ought to ask himself. '

Rooting for money is the root
of most eviL =
-0- /Jv///I A i

Isn't That Enough ? 4\NR

V;'" A cross man, like a cross baby, II .
.f.; is not well. That's about all that

ails him. -.J
Conservatism is marked by

deliberation, which is a rec-
ommendation in itself.
After all of one's plans have

gone to smash, one does not.want r
his own way so persistently. I

Beware Coughsfrom

common colds

That Hang OnNo \

fCopyr hr, w. N U.1
matter how many medicines 6224
:you have tried for your common -
cough chest cold or bronchial irritation She'll be proud as a peacock to
,you may get relief now with
wear this set so why not delighther
Creomulsion. Serious trouble may COn I ETWA'
be brewing and you cannot affordto EE-EE } take a chance with any remedyless 5'M f 3 1 oM it's mainly single crochet (which
potent than Creomulsion which V 17e gives it a firm body) with picotsfor
goes right to the seat of the trouble Mou 0 decoration. The muff is a
and aids nature to soothe and heal SNIFF
the inflamed mucous membranesand MAW c+1 AtlL SNIFF combined purse and muff-very
to loosen and expel germ- grown-up and stylish! Pattern
laden phlegm. 6224 contains instructions for mak-
Even if other remedies have failed, ?& ing the set shown; illustrations of
don't be discouraged try Creomul-
Elon. Your druggist is authorized to A ; Li it and of stitches used; materials
refund your money If you are not required.To .
thoroughly satisfied with the bene-
obtain this send 15
fits obtained. Creomulsion is one -IreE
word,ask for it plainly see that the T a cents in stamps or coins (coins
name on the bottle Is Creomulslon. preferred) to the Sewing Circle
and you'll get the genuine productand Household Arts Dept., 259 W. 14thr
the relief want. (Adv.)
you T -1 St., New York, N. Y.

Please write your name, ad-
First Pleasure dress and pattern number plainly.
Looking forward, to a pleasure
is also a pleasure.Lessing.ECZEMA. i
(. 'ER
How Womenin

17S Their 40's

E1= 1 !
ATHLETES RINGWORMlUu1Jy FOOT I \ : /CA-L Can Attract MenHere's

W I t.LyU MMU57A
quickly relieved\ P good advice for woman during her
A-r SALVE Is benefidal LEST
by relieving the itching; change (usually from 33 to 62), who fears
and burning and aids in ehe'll lose her appeal to men who worries
the remor.S of crusts, y about hot flashes loss of pep, dizzy spells,
odea.J.rXEdm-: s a ,, l1 t SMATTER upset nerves and moody spells.
:' A-l heal o et1 Get more fresh air, 8 hrs. sleep and if you
ing. Contains In'
'i dlenti often prescribed same by r need a good general system tonic take Lydia
famous aHa specialists.: t rte. E. Pinkham s Vegetable Compound, made
TRY IT AT / especially women. It helps Nature build
% ? P up physical resistance, thus helps give more
pAn 1e8ALVEbwldoeapo.ltl.
vivacity to enjoy life and assist calming
.fie iota the
SALVE donot r! ; jittery nerves and disturbing symptoms that
tiller ran 1J< Jj tob"th >, Your often accompany change of life. WELL
Rrtumtod.Moo y 6lmob.nd romDtly 1.oocomae By : WORTH TRYING!
{ ? at manor ord r) to T
WIzard Products Co..Dept.K.1527 Inlng Park lIDadC lcalO.IIL C. M. Payne ( Death' BearersA i

A SermonNo CWNU fit of anger is as fatal to dignity i
man is rocked to Godliness e Bell SyndlcateWNU Service. as a dose of arsenic is to) I

i in a hammock.-T. L. Cuyler.CONSTIPATED. life.-Holland. '

Here Is Amazing' Relief for
Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels Relieve the discomfort-put
u yen thlak an 1nznUves P. f T ,$ 2 drops Penetro Nose Propsin
"a"i1J act nHk0. lust try tblei t each nostril-the astring-
i \ So all "ietable mild thorough ludlve. roe- ent-like action of the epher
IreaMng .b llooue Dependablo relief from drine and essential oils relieves -
Elck headaches BneUs tired feeling; whenassociate
*with constipation. the congestion: permits
Without Risk Ket a 25c, bI of the from TOUT freer nasal breathing. Sooth-
dniKKUt Make test-then .
U not acUehted. return the box to us. We will o ing: cooling, quickacting.You
refund the purchase feel relief with every
Tht'a fair. .
&a Tablets today. t breath you take. Always
demand Penetro Nose




60c S St.20


: S TO GET TWEM .' ", ..0

4 Brings Blessed Relief
from aches and pains of
: You can depend on the special U RHEUMATISMNEURITIS

sales the merchants oi and LUMBAGOTry
a bottle Why Surfer
our town announce in the AT ALL.GOOD.DRUG STORES) ,

:,\ columns of this paper.They J2. "

;! mean money saving to our By '

: readers. It always pays to AdvertisedBARGAINS

:1 patronize the merchants J. Millar Watt IIr! !

;\ who advertise. They are r'e JA jJ

:]\ not afraid of their merchandise ". 0 Our readers should always remember that our
community merchants cannot afford to advertise -
> or their prices. a bargain unless it is a real bargain.They do
.J advertise Dargains and such advertising means
e non SmdJut.-WNU Service. money saving to the people of the community.




Visit To Clewiston- S. C.; Mr. ,and Mrs. Colum I there is no surplus of sugar pro- treatment- /of tuberculosis In the The helpful hen but one, ';:" f(.

Atlanta, Ga.; Mr. and duction in continental United States United States' at Saranac Lake, N. But the codfish doesn't cackle '.

% C. Sweinhart, Denver, We import 70% of our needs Y. To tell you what she's done;

(Continued from rage one) S. B. Shaw, College Park,I from outside of the country, muchof "Einar Holbell, postal clerk, Cop- And so we scorn the codfish coy, tl-;\ :

through almost twenty and Mrs. Jno. B. Strange, it, a very large part of it, from enhagen, Denmark, who in 1904 While the helpful hen we prize .y;

of ences residence farming Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. W. I foreign countries. Nevertheless, we introduced the idea of selling a Which indicates to thoughtful mindsIT ,' > 'j
Raleigh, N. C.; Mrs.< are told that we must destroy: one- special Christmas stamp to builda .'#
Jn the Everglades. He pointed PAYS TO
Sweeney, Columbia,. S. C.; fourth of our crop, the consequencesof hospital for tuberculous children.
of the problems ,which ( -Exchange ;
many fl
with Taylor, Tallahassee; Mr. which can only be the reduction The idea, adopted in this country :,
of today is faced
grower Tfy F. Therkildson, Mi- of. direct employment in the same in 1907, has made possible an Organized '
indicated how these problems I r
K. J. Thompson, Mr. proportion, .meaning that approximately -I fight against tuberculosis Stow of History It:

be solved by: the proper G. C. Thorpe, Tallahas 1,200 to 1,500 'men now which has reached into every cornerof Data collected by archeologistsand :Jft:

ation. and Mrs., Fred Wright, of I employed here cannot next year find the United States and has saved historians at Mesa Verde National ::'j.

J. E. Beardsley, local real Del. jobs with us. The automobile, the millions of lives." park, Colorado, seem to. prove ', :. -lj1

tate dealer and 'grower,. talked to the above the radios and other necessities and that the traces of. at least ten centuries :' :-:.' ':

a while on the value of sugar cane growers comforts of life which they have of history of the Indians of ;!' :,::

farming in < the Everglades to the dinner as well enjoyed heretofore must be denied !U I I III! !!I110 !!11161 1 11IIIII IIIIIIII! I IIIII III 1 l" the southwest are preserved in the .. ';'

used as an example a farm department heads of the those men, and, in order to exist rl caves and mounds of the park. I IIN

miles south of Clewiston which I' corporation. they must appeal to relief agencies WITH THE ? I

Everglades said he hoped farm.would Here be he for 'such meagre hand-outs as they i Churches TIlE CIRCUIT COURT, IIENDHY '.

Raines can obtain from that source. Is m COUNT STATE OF FLORIDA ''
there were 75 acres in cane, II I N. H. Brown ) .''. 2 t
this an effective way of remedying ".
in string beans 100 L Complainant, ) : .' '

cabbage, peas, tomatoes, and I -from page one) I the Problem Nation's? Is Number this an One effective Economic way. mlllllli Ll;,Il J IIIIIIIIII! ...! i II OOlllllmm'lllmooll'II u rllllllIIi! i,1,l N!!id Cornelia VS Brown. )) ; ,

ions, one acre in. tropical :defendant. ) .'
district office and of improving the social standards CHURCH ,.
three acres in avacadoes, ten place the body was taken of the South? It is a strange theory, Marshall Mines, Pastor TO CORNELIA BROWN: ,

In citrus, a nice garden plot by Mrs. Raines Saturday indeed which would contend that j .---, It having been made to appear: -..,

ed to strawberries, seven after preparations for ship- such methods could result In improving -i "The Church of Friendly Distinc- that your residence is Collins- In the ;'., ....
of hegari, a grain sorghum State of Georgia. .,'
been made by the Ever the economic problems of I tion. Now therefore, you are hereby :.':

forage crop and two acres of Funeral Home of Paho- the South or in any other area I Services every Sunday: notified that a suit for divorce has ,
son clover. On this farm he : been brought against you as styled "
in this country, or in fact in any Sunday School, 9:45 a. m:, B. above, and you are hereby required :'
22 head of beef and
were : survived by his widow, part of the world. Conservative estimates -, E.. Herring, Supt. to file with the Clerk of said Courtat
cattle, 40 ]head of hogs, 200 LaBelle Florida,
your appearanceIn
indicate that if the Flor- '
Raines, two sons, Wil- Morning Worship 11:00. Ser-
said suit on or before December
and 200 ducks. From this
jr., 8 years and Glen ida Everglades was allowed to pros: mon by the Pastor.B. 7, 1938, and thereafter to file with

was sold in the past :year 4; his parents, Mr. and duce sugar to the extent of its Y. P. U. 6:15 p. m., V. C. the said clerk your written defense .
products, meat and poultry, if any you have to said Bill of Com-
Raines and a sister, Mrs. I ability to do so that at least 100- Woodward, Director. plaint at the time prescribed by law.

15 cars cabbage, 55 cars : : all of LaGrange, Ky. ., 000, heads of families would be giv- Evening Preaching 7:30 p. m. Witness my hand and seal of said "
30 cars beans and some 7 cars like Court at LaBelle, Florida this llth; t.J
direct employment. I would Sermon the
en by Pastor. '
day of November, A. D. 1938.
This he said
English peas. year, Text Of- to say. here that, whereas much of I Midweek Service every Wednesday (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL -..
to add 350 tons of
was hoped
the vegetable production of this. at 7:30 p. m. Clerk Circuit Court Hendry.
cane. He also explained how is often left to rot in ; The County, Florida. ,
area now public is cordially invitedto ..
beans were grown on this farm the fields because of inadequate attend Louis O. Gravely :.
II all our services. Solicitor for
the time to from pa:;- one) Complainant.
summer prevent
prices, a demoralized market, the. Nov 11, 18, 25, Dec. 2. ; .
baking of the soil and also to Sermon topics for this Sunday < "
foreign countries. Here, result of duty-free importations

prove the land as a legume.W. part of the Florida Ever- froni Cuba and Mexico, if ,these include: "Christian Courage" at \ ,

F. Therkildson, editor of alone, that is, in the area vegetable farmers could devote a the 11 o'clock hour. "Fisher of XOTICENotice .: .

All-Florida section in the the eastern, southerly and substantial portion of their landsto Men" at the 7:30 service.

Herald made a brief but shores of Lake Okeechobee, the production of sugar cane, it Baptism This Sunday is hereby given that the
I i Board of Public Instruction, of Hend
ing talk concerning the sugar sufficiently drained, fer would afford them an assured Sunday afternoon, November 27, ry County, Florida will, on the third ".

velopment and read an to produce almost imme- means of a cash income. I submitto at 2:45 o'clock a group of Clewis- I day of December, 1938, receive sealedproposals .' ':'..'

:which he had prepared for his :) between 500,000 and 600- fair question-Why a're for the construction of a ., < <
you, a ton
Baptists are motoring to Moore certain school building at Clewiston. ."
day supplement in which he of cane sugar. The Federal these American citizens denied, their Haven for a Baptismal service. Florida in accordance with plans and

tested the unfairness of the this area last was I American citizens? specifications now on file in the ,
crop rights as
There will be about 15 candidatesand ,
office of L. Phillips Clark, architect,
ernment treatment of Florida I 55,000 tons. everyone is cordially invited to West Palm Beach, Florida.All ,"

ers. present time, there are attend to witness this observanceof proposals should be addressed '.',
/ Fort Myers Editor to S. Graves, Superintendent of ,
Mr. Mayo made the first in the sugar plantations A.
i the ordinance. Cars will meetat Public 'Instruction, Hendry County
from the visiting delegation I, the sugar houses in the the church at 2:45. Flcrida, LaBell, Florida, and marked -,
which he commented on the sugar industry, approxi- Heads State PressCarl Proposals for' the Construction of ';
The cake sale' on Wednesday wasa School Building.
of the Everglades soil 4,500 men throughout the
ness huge success. Profits amount to The Board reserves' the right to ; :' ... .
the members of the delegation I season. I ask' that you pic reject any and all bids. '\; ,
Hanton editor of the Fort better I
I than forty-four dollars. .....
for themselves that your mind the vast direct MRS HOMER TAYLOR,
Myers News-Press was elected I The Missionary Society of the Chairman, Board of Public -
to the State of Florida
and said that everyone but a I president of the Florida State .Press I II First Baptist Church will hold its Instruction, Hendry County. '"
en-legged man could make a production was increased Florida. <:.
Association at its fall meeting in regular meeting on Friday after-I .
in the (Incidentally, 500,000.tons I A. GRAVES,
cess 'glades and his Lake Wales last. Friday and Sat- noon at 3:30 at the church.A S. Public Instruction ..
that he would be would be only approxi- Superintendent -
cap was urday. Mr. Hanton succeeds Don Hendry County, -
of the executive
too 8% of the national con- meeting committee I .:
busy pruning oft Florida.
M. Lochnereditor of the Clermont

which grew_ on his leg. He -Co-lumbia :.) Consider also the enor- Press.' of the Women's Missionary I LOUIS O. GRAVELY, \ :: ',......>
Society has been called by the "
Attorney. ; ;
benefits that this in- -
commented the .r'- '
productivity '
the soil and asked everyone in the production of sugar ,All other officers were reelectedfor president for Sunday night following -I Nc. 161-Nov. 3! 10. 17, 24, Dec. 2. .,. ".:; :

another year as follows: Tate the preaching service. Al .
ent, in sympathy with the plight Everglades ,would have on ." ."
Powell of the McClenny Press, first officers of the society are expected NOTICE
It is fact
the sugar cane producers as economy. a I
I vice-president; Paul Rardin; of the to be present. J
be denied that. when- .
were able to see it, to get in Notice is hereby given that the :'
Everglades News, second vice-pres-
with their congressman and wherever in continental I Board of Public Instruction, of Hendry -
States produce the ident; Russell 'Kay, secretary and COMMUNITY CHURCH County, Florida on the third day:
we com
favorable '
on treatment.
Henry Hudson of Titusville Star-Ad- Royal Palm Avenue of December, A. D. 1938. will receiVe -. .
also explained that that portion which we consume in the I bids for the purchase of $33,000.00

the 'glades, now drained and States we shall have retain- vocate, treasurer. Forest C. Taylor, Minister Special Tax School District No.7,
Prizes for the best editorial'on Hendry County Bonds, said bonds
under cultivation, was in danger country the money which being In denomination of $1000.0i
Production In The Ever- Morning worship and by
"Sugar sermon
destruction by fire unless it the production of those each, said bonds bearing interest at
glades" offered by the United the minister of the church next the rate of six percent per annum,
be cultivated.A. and, in addition, we payable semi-annually and maturingas
States Sugar Corporation were Sunday at eleven o'clock.
A. Brock California have possession of these follows: $1000.00 on July 1st, of
No theories with re awarded to the Okaloosa News- Sunday school every Sunday the years 1911 to 1953, inclusive; and ....
tural Commissioner and Journal of Crestview, first; Palm- morning at nine forty-five. $2000.00 on July 1st, 'of the years.,
president of the made international trade nor 1954 to 1963 inclusive. All proposal .,-" 'j.
group, a etto News second Tampa Evening Christian Endeavor meeting Sun- '
contra- should be addressed to S. A. Graves, .. .:
can .
talk in which he stated that I News, third. and Orlando Sentinel, day evening at six. Superintendent of Public Instruction' ., ..
problems which Florida and fact. Hendry County, Florida, LaBelle "
fourth. Junior Endeavor meeting Tues-
President recently dubbed Florida, and marked. Proposals for ;,
fornia had in _
common were day afternoon at' three-thirty. the Purchase of Bonds. 'r...'...
than any other two states. He as being ,the Nation's Mission Study Class meets Mon- The said Board reserves the right .,'jt: :.;
that One Economic Problem." I Xmas Seal Sale. to reject any and all proposals. ':J"c- :
California was in days at three in the afternoon.The HOMER TAYLOR, ....::.:
with the Florida I ask you, a better way MRS.
sugar producers public is cordially: invitedto Chairman, Board of Public ;/.i
they had a similar problem in the economic conditions Most Encouraging worship in the Community Instruction Hendry County, .' production of beets. South, or of any other por- 9 .
sugar I I church. S. A. GRAVES, ;;, ;
the United States than
by .,
of :, .
Olcutt, F. King: Commissioner Superintendent Public ..; :.
individual initiative and Response in the first days of the Instruction, Hendry County ;, '..:.
. Agriculture of the State of ATTENTION ADVERTISERSThe '
Florida. ... :;, :
enterprise to provide gain- Christmas Seal campaign to raise .
cut made a short talk, agreed LOUIS O. GRAVELY, -'
to men who may funds for anti-tuberculosis work Attorney.. ',: ,;7,
those things which had codfish lays a million ,
been eggs .,
on relief rolls, or whd may has been most encouraging, accord- No. 160-Nov. 3, 10 17 24, Dec. 2. < ,);<",
in previous talks and promised .. .. ,
local chair- ------------------- --
cooperation toward securing I employed in other lines of ing to Mayor F. D. Duff,

and in other pursuits, at man. :'.
favorable governmental ..
may not be considered Special interest is being shown in ,' '
group was much
I cite the fact that the the portraits of four heroes in the ':
with the reception accorded .
in Clewiston and one or two in the Florida Ev- fight against tuberculosis which appear 9ft about time to .

pay the highest cash wag- on each sheet of 100 seals. sS '
marked that the convention ':
area in the world. The Several requests for extra sheetsof Remind <.
have been held here \ you....
of United States Sugar seals have been received by the TNV srMCr+T r

The visitors here included: for one, and 'I speak committee from persons who wish .

and Mrs. '\'. P. Arnold, of I because I am intimately extra portraits.In \ -

hassee; Henry H, Baker, I with the affairs of that response to numerous inquiries :' \>

City, Mo.; A. A. Brock, in addition to receiving the committee has issued the .',

Cal.; Mr. and Mrs. Louis wages, likewise receive following statement giving a brief 'A "

of Lincoln, Nebr.; Olcutt F. not equalled in any history of the men pictured. H .

Hartford, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. area-free house "The Christmas Seal campaignthis ,

J. Carmine, of Dover, Del.; four who '
medical attention, com year salutes men "_. 1 <
Catlin, Harrisburg, Pa.; L. F. operated at cost free have played leading roles in the .J ,. YOU can't I afford to !procrastinatemuch '

man, Raiford, Fla.; Thos. L. for vegetable gardens and progress made in bringing tubercu- ...... ," ,
longer in starting to ;
James L. Curran, Des Monies save a /:
; runs, free churches and I losis under control. They are: '

Andrew L. Falker, Concord, N. ; in every plantation, mov "Dr. Rene Theophile Laennec, : I portion of your income..and invest .

Miss Fleming, Guy Graham, who in 1819 invented : .. .
City, Idaho John and wholesale recre French physician, : c.\J aRi p it wisely... during your productiv. :
; M. programs conducted by com- : the stethoscope, an instru- : (

Nashville, Tenn.; R. E. Glass, directors. I ment which has been a great help I D"o years.-The slogan/"Save and Have" _." ,"

lahassee,.. W. C. Graham, community throughout the I to physicians in diagnosing tuber- SPvItJ 6 S be old-fashioned but the sen' :
N. C. may ,
; Mr. and 1 rs. J. C. of depression and the more culosis. The stethoscope has madeit

Jackson, Miss.; Mr. and Mrs. J. so-called "Recession" has possible for doctors to distinguish coUN 1s sible people that follow it are the .

Jones and Miss Lillie Hodges relief problems, because sounds in the chest and In this 4Toj happy ones you meet. We'll gladly .- ",.-
Columbia, S. C.; George W. abnormal condi- is .. 1 f
been no unemployment. way to diagnose .
er, Richmond, Va.; Gene however, that we are tions. \l_, "I" ,....v. help you with our time-tried, safe ,

than Des Moines, la.; Mr. and Mrs. be permitted to enjoy that "Dr. Robert Koch, German phy- and profitable savings plans. ;, '. :

Mayo and Nathan Mayo, healthy condition. The sician, who in 1882 discovered the '.,

Tallahassee; Walker L. Mifflin, of Agriculture, under the germ that causes tuberculosis, and

ver, Del.; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. granted him in the Sugar through this identification of the :':

er, Topeka, Kas.; in a Determination, is- enemy brought the first* hope thatIt :
Clewiston Federal
Jewell Mays, Jefferson City, 5, 1938, decreed that might be conquered. Savingsand ,

Mr. and Mrs. Louis O'Grady, the sugar cane acreage 1 "Dr. Edward Livingston Trudeau, ..

of. Jacksonville; T. F. Purvis, must be destroyed next American physician, who in 1885 ..

anta, Ga., ....; Miss Helen Umpnt- : 1 remind( you, again, that. established modern; _sanitorium, Loan Association j1AGE
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