The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00645
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 27, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00645
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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> TO McNeill Is Appointed l 879 PERSONS ARE / College Editors Guests TENNIS CLUB WINS ; I 1

Member E. D. D. BoardD. Of Sugar CorporationA

R. McNeill of Okeechobee has
;s AIR MAIL WEEK been Cone appointed to membership by Governor on the Fred Everglades P.- WELFARE BOARD the American group of Association twelve members of Agri-of FROM W.P.B. HERE j'I

Drainage Board to succeed J. cultural College editors, headed by
their host J. Francis !
Clewiston is to participate todayin P. Newell, who resigned followinghis Jacksonville, Aug. 25 (FNS- Gainesville, visited Clewiston Cooper of The Clewiston Tennis Club en- ':
Sunday -
Florida Air Mail Week by send- change of residence to Jackson Eight hundred seventy-nine persons
gaged members of the West Palm i
They were entertained by a ,
ing a special pouch of air mail by I ville.Mr. have been added to the old age as-
committee from the United States Beach Tennis Club in a return matchon
McNeill has been resident
plane which will make the first air a
sistance rolls during the past month,
Sugar Corporation including Dr. B.
of Okeechobee the local courts Sunday afternoon 1
mail flight from Clewiston. This ;: county for twenty -
according to C. C. Codriiigton, State A. Bourn of the research department -
special, "first flight" plane will come years and has represented some of Bob Beardsley, with straightset
I Welfare Commissioner. W. C. Prewitt and W. P. Jour-
over from West Palm Beach the larger land interests of the sec-
arrangements victories over Malcolm Randolphof
of the
nigan agricultural divisionsand
having been made tion. He is thoroughly conversant Checks amounting to $166,985.90,
; Mr. Luce of the sugar house. West Palm Beach with scores of
" through postmasters 0., B. Carr of with the territory included in the will be mailed out to 11,619 persons won
After the 6-2; 6-3 the only match for the '
a trip through
I district and has followed its affairs sugar
West Palm Beach and A.or.. Sias, on or about August 25. The July
Clewiston postmaster.A I with keen interest. He has had wide payments amounted to $152,630.90, house and a short inspection of other local club. The match between A. L.

experience in financial matters and properties, the visitors were Hackett
plane of the Palm Beach Aero I. and checks were received by 10,838 and Ivan Skinner of West
i iI
guests at luncheon at the Clewiston
is qualified to be of assistance in the
Corporation flown by Wright Ver- difficult negotiations which' confrontthe persons. Approximately 100 persons Inn. Included in the party were agricultural -I I Palm Beach, was called on accountof ,

'Qt. mllya, its manager will collect the ,board in its refinancing of thedistrict's who received payments in July are editors from several representative I darkness with each holding a >set ;

air mail pouch from Clewiston, Pa- not on the August rolls due death and '
obligations. I' to states. Mr. Cooper is ex- one game up on the third set.

hokee, Belle Glade, Fort Pierce and Incidentally, ill'. McNeill's ap- and changes iu their eligibility st t- tension editor of cooperative extension A toss of the coin gave the matchto

Stuart. The plane will stop' at the pointment gives Okeechobee county tus. I work of agriculture and home Hackett. The
scores were 7-5 in
Clewiston airport at 3 o'clock.
economics of the of Flor-
its first representation on either of University
Also cooperating, the Eastern Air District boards and staffs were en- favor of Hackett and 6-3 ,for Skin
the two major drainage boards of
Lines is planning a special cachet the Everglades. thusiastically commended by Commissioner ner.

for mail from the section to be sent I Codrington for their workon ida.Mrs. I Marie; Robbins
I pitted against Miss
1 on the "first flight" plane. Only first old age assistance cases duringthe Myra Rooney Is
I Nowling Erecting New I Mary Belle Savage, number one player -
class and mail will
special delivery past month. In addition to com-
be included in the pouch, which will II pleting investigations and approving New Welfare WorkerMrs. I for West Palm Beach, deserves

be transferred at West Palm Beach Service Station HereA : much credit in holding the east
new applications, the district I
and leave that city at 5:30 this af boards coast girl to 6-3, 5-7 match. Thoughon
reviewed a large majority of
ternoon. All mail will reach its I Myra Rooney Wauchula the losing end, Miss Robbins
new service station is being the 10,838 of old cases, the commis-
northern destination tomorrow has been assigned, to, Hendry county played her opponent to a tight
morning for early delivery. built in Clewiston to be operated by sioner said. Several boards, he stat- as Social Welfare Worker. Hendry match.

The is to R. C; Nowling. The station is on ed, held all day and ,even night
; plane expected bring ses- county alone will be her respon- Gordon Mobley, playing numberone
the Soutn side of the highway, directly -
Thursday afternoon Chicago and I sions to consider cases. sibility, so that she will be able to singles, for the locals, was beaten -
opposite the Ice Station and
New York papers for distribution. is located on lots 13 and 14, block I "It is an under-statement to say I devote all her time to this county'sneeds. by Richard Love of West Palm

I 367. I that I am extremely gratified over She will be in her office here Beach, 6-2; 6-4. Coburn Moore in
"Air Mail Week" To Be this second place lost to Heyward Ellis
accomplishment of the
district every Tuesday and Friday morning
The lot has been graded this week
of West Palm Beach 6-3; 6-3. J. F.
boards and staffs", the commissioner from 8:30 to 11. Monday she will
and culverts laid. J. F. is
Observed P. O. Curry, playing third, was beaten by
by Dept. contractor on the building, which declared. "The review of the old be in Clewiston from 9:00 to 11:30A. Ralph Reddick, 6-2; 6-2. ,

I will be of frame and stucco construction cases is a tremendous job in itself. .. M., and Wednesday morning she In women's singles, M. Robbinswas

, Tampa, ,August 25 (FNS).-Every 24 by 16 feet. It will con- Also, we were swamped with thous- will visit I in Sears and Felda. beaten .6-3; 7-5 by Mary Belle

community in Florida large!I tain stock and office room, a wash ands of new applications, and until Mrs. Rooney succeeds Miss Elizabeth -' Savage. Kathryn Jordan beat Eu-

enough to have a post office will and grease rack and modern rest the last few days, all district offices Tarrer, who was transferred to ] nice Meredith of Clewiston 6-4, 6-0.

be made air mail minded this week 1 I rooms. The driveways and outdoor II,were under-staffed.; Many new'I Hardee county as Supervisor of Social Dolores Fleischer beat Mildred Mc-
floors will be of concrete : '
by the post office department thru I workers, have been added in the past Welfare Workers. Cracken 6-1; 62..
I Mr. Nowling expects to open his '
In men's doubles' R. Love and
the, celebration of "Air Mail Week", I two weeks, but a large percent of Mrs. Rooney is very much inter-
station in about six weeks. I
I i new: Pen Edgar beat the local team of
, ?, August 23-30. these were _inexperienced and are ested in her new assignment and has
I '' G. M.. Ford and George Royal 6-2,
The advantages of !modern and F. F. of L. To Drive For I having to learn, ,the job from the spent the week .trying, to become familiar 6-0. H. Ellis and R. Reddick beatC.
- ,-' fast mail service will be explained ground .'" with at least of the
up.I ,: peo- Moore '''and B. Beardsley, 6-3, 6-3.

! and demonstrated by the cooperation Citrus Labor Members As a result of the review of old ple and the territory hereabouts. The Clewiston women's doubles

of all air lines operating in the cases and the fact that matchingstate Her regular work schedule will be- team of Meredith and McCracken

state. Air mail service, speeds delivery funds are more adequate than gin next week. I went down in defeat before Fleischer "

to all parts of the United States Tallahassee, ug 25 (FNS-, were funds supplied by the counties -I and Jordan 6-1, 6-1.

and to fcreign countries. Service has Thoroughly roused by the threatof After the matches the visiting
I the average payment for August 30 Men Employed On
been extended to Canada, Central the CIO to organize citrus workers -I "will be players were served with refresh-
approximately 14.37. as' ments at the local drug stores.
and South America, Hawaii, Philip- which would give the Lewis or- against $11.56 in July, the commis- W. P. A. Project Here

pine Islands and China, and also ganization force in the gigantic labor sioner added.

makes direct connections for' Euro- war now being waged, WendellC. : have been increased Monthly in a large payments num- 1 Protection t nded By

pean countries, saving from a dayto Heaton, president of the Florida ber of the old (Hendry County News)
cases where it was Frost Warning ServiceAn
a week in delivery time. Cost of Federation of Labor, announced that clearly evident that former allot- Thirty men arrived in LaBelle

air''' mail has been reduced so that his labor group will begin an intensive ments Monday night to begin work on a
were inadequate to "provide
it now costs only three cents more. drive to enroll citrus workers I reasonable subsistance WPA project sponsored by the Unit- extension of the protection of
than regular postage to "fly your under the Federation of Labor banner ed States Coast and Geodetic. Sur- the federal frost warning service in
decency and
mair- :, #:fi${I : of old ca'ses health. The review vey. Lieutenant, R. A. Earle is in this section has been arranged dur-
;: will, be continued the chief of the
the week by
Air mail can be sent registered The Federation is charge of the technical end of the ing past
?I carrying on negotiations until all have been examined
: Cod- service cooperation with Meterol-
special 'delivery or insured. Special I with citrus for work and D. D. Church is chief of
packers rington
ogist E. S. Ellison of Miami who is
stamps are not necessary, ordinary : party. This is a triangulation survey -
organizing workers in the packing in charge of the service.A .
stamps will do, but all letters shouldbe I plants and hopes to broaden its efforts -I and part of a network covering new district bureau is being established -

marked "Air Mail". to include pickers and other Ii the entire United States, and when at Belle Glade, which will
J. T.
I grove workers. DuffJ. I completed will be used as a control receive daily reports from Clewiston,

Fla. To Receive Funds I Two full-time organizers, WilliamE. I T. Duff of Mount Pulaski Illinois / for future maps. Pahokee, Moore Haven and Corn

Sullivan and Carl Beck of Tam- died last Thursday, August The work consists of running new well. These daily reports will be for-

For Restoring Wildlife I pa, have ireen employed as citrus or 19th, on his 76th birthday. Mr. Duff lines tying into old lines, and it is forecasts forecast will purposes.be issued Two daily complete at 11

ganizers. The Federation was the father of F.: Deane Duff of a work that has been going on all
expects to
I a. m. and 5 p. m. from Lakeland,
Clewiston, who ,
with his wife had time. This
the particular project
Jacksonville, Aug. 25 (FNS)..- sign up 20,000 citrus workers for left Illinois I which is the center of the service
'J' two days previously after -
line about 12 miles wide
membership before the covers a Mr. Ellison.
Florida will have $48,744.53 to drive 'ends. visit and headquarters of
... The Federation repreIsentatives a with his' father.. Mr. and from Lake Okeechobee to Fort My
spend for constructive wildlife restoration send Mrs. Duff were en route home when

i projects through Federal to organize all other' agricultural the message of the elder, Mr. Duff's ers, and does not necessarily follow GALLANT FAMILY REUNIONAT
the river. Observation work is done SPRINGS OCALAMr.
i and State cooperation, Thomas 'FS. workers and all industries death, reached ,them. They returnedto

I Baker. recently appointed state fish not organized in a state-wide drive Illinois, for the funeral.VINCENT at night from towers erected dur-
I ing the day, the reason for night ob- and Mrs A. N. Gallant and
which ,
: is I
expected to I
and game commissioner, stated this double the : and ,Mrs.
and Mr.
/ ,
, avoid daughter, Peggy
servation being to Inaccuracies -
week. I present: membership of 50,000 OGLKSI1Y ASSUMES
by McCracken and children, Wm.
the end of the \ I GULF STATION MANAGEMENT ( caused by heat waves in the day
, On an area allocation under a year.1OSEI11IIG time. /Jr., and Marjolaine, have returned

i bill just passed by weeks' at bait
Congress, Florida Vincent Oglesby has taken over from a two stay
:' will receive $26,748.12 from LANDS SAILFISH the management of the Gulf Serv- \ Angles are measured with an instrument -t Springs, Ocala, where the Gallant

' OX OCEAN FISHING TIIIP called theodolite, and lat- for family vaca-
Federal funds collected by a ten percent ice Station on the highway, and be- family gathered a

i excise tax on ammunition and comes Clewlstou's youngest businessman. itude and longitude of various points I tion and celebration of Mrs. M. E.

! sporting arms. On the basis of 42- L. C. Rosenberg realized an am- Vincent, who is only 18, is the established which are then markedby Gallant's 73rd birthday. '

308 bition of long duration Sunday when son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Oglesby. concrete monuments, and usedas Thirty members of the family
hunting licenses
I ,, in 1936, he successfully landed a 6 foot sail- This is his first business venture. a control for future maps. from all sections of the United States
this state will receive $9,832.78 fish on a fishing trip in the small hotel
Atlanticnear He has a quick, spent two weeks at a
Federal funds, making a total Fed- Riviera. obliging manner On the tower line there are two Ocala, which
I and the persistent qualities which at Salt Springs, near
eral allocation of $36,580.90. Rosenberg and Dean King, ac- should make him successful in his I crews at work, one building and I was reserved for, the family for the

''I Under the terms of the Federalact companied by two other anglers new undertaking., the other tearing down, and five duration of their vacation.

Florida will contribute $12- from the East Coast, were deep-sea men can easily build or tear down a / Among those attending were Mrs.

193.63 to the wildlife projects fishing in rough water which is almost -'! RESERVATION HOMES ARE tower in a day. Work has already Ruth Cuthbertson of Charlotte,

which will make a grand total of enough excitement for any fish- FURTHEIl AYBATHRRPROOFED begun at the' lake, and it is esti- North Carolina; Mr. and Mrs. Dick

$48,744.53 available for I erman. The sailfish is one of the -- mated it will take several monthsto Hall of Akron, Ohio;; Mr. and Mrs.R. .

conservation gamest and largest of the saltwaterfish A crew of U. S. Engineer work- cover this line. L. Gallant, Shirley Jane, Marvin
work in this state.
I and according to witnesses' this men began this week weatherstripping and Robert of Cheyenne, Wyoming; ;

i'fhe, Federal, funds will be dis- particular specimen gave 'a good bat- the homes on the government Mrs. W. R, Cook1'and' Jean Cook of

by the Department of Ag- tle. He measured 6 feet 6 inches. reservation. This is done by remov- Mrs. M. E. VonMach received a Lexington, KJentucky Mr. and Mrs.L. .

riculture and all state projects must ing the siding and placing weather- message of flip death 'of her sister, G. Gallant, Elaine, L. G. Jr., and

meet the requirements set up by Mr. and Mrs Frank Allen of New I I stripping; and tar paper over the inner Mrs. John J. Maher of Detroit, Mich- Gene of Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. Albert

the Secretary of Agriculture. Floridahas York City stopped in 'Clewiston fora wall, then replacing the siding. ] igan, which occurred in that city Brewer, Jim, Richard and Laura

made no definite plans as yet short visit the first of the week. It is understood that all homes on Thursday. Mrs. Maher died follow- Brewtr of Salt Springs, and Mr. and

for participation in the wildlife con- They were en route home from n the reservation will receive the same I ing the birth of her eighth child. \,Mrs. ,A. N. Gallant, Peggy and Mr.

trip to Cuba. Mr. Allen is one of treatment. Roofs are being given additional -' She has visited in'Clewiston several I and Mrs. W. H. McCracken and William -

servation program, Commissioner I the directors of" the United States water proofing at the same times and many friends are extending -f Jr., and Marjolaine McCrac -
Baker, salt ,Sugar Corporation time. condolences to Mrs. VOJll\I Qh. en of Clewiston, ..

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News Review of Current Events IMPROVED.4



ColdBy Shells Rain Death Sen. Black NominatedFor [;:u SUNDAY B LessonBy

Court Post White House Legislation Snagged I REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST.
e4L11)2o Dean of the Moody Bible Instituteof
BARTON .. Western Union.

DR. JAMES W. riNwwMf-(.Ml .PJ W rM( /V.11V ryvy/,8 r MV JJ n. Newspaper
Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service.

Lesson for August 29
MEDICAL students we 'Killing Chinamen

.A3 were taught that influenzaor i SANTA MONICA, CALIF.- GOD CONDEMNS

flu was due to a certain lit- : still holds good.A INTEMPERANCE.LESSON .

tle organism or bacillus called Jap kills a Chinaman. That's
TEXT-Leviticus 10:1 2, 8.11:
the bacillus of Pfeiffer, after its .another dead Chinaman. A Proverbs 31:4. 5:. Isaiah 28:1-8; Romans
:Chinaman kills a Jap. That's a 14:21.
discoverer. GOLDEN TEXT-Wine Is a mocker,
During the flu epidemic of 1918, it war. I strong drink Is raging: and whosoever is
deceived thereby Is not wise. Prov. 20:1.
was found, that a number of individuals But before we get too busy de- PRIMARY TOPIC.-What a Wise King
who did not ploring Japan's little way of disre- said.
had garding pledges JUNIOR TOPIC-When a Man Drinks.
? suffer with flu so as
this bacillus or or- to gobble more Chi:9. 0 How Drinking Harms Others.
ganism in their nese territory let us .,'. < YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC-
throats. Today many look at some records Y.' '.:. :' '/ Why Beverage Alcohol Is, a Social Foe.

: physicians believe closer home. Since :':A':; The use of intoxicating liquors is

.. that more than one the republic was 'f:; )' financially unprofitable to the nation
organism may cause formed we have deNt> ,.: scientifically unwise and destructive -

the common cold liberately broken 264 :i2$ socially degrading and

and give rise to the separate treaties with } .
morally wrong.I.
This Shanghai scene of 1932 is being repeated today. the
original Red
ti usual symptoms ol own-
; { The Problem.
of this
ers land.
sneezing running
The selected Old Testament scrip-
nose, increased UPkfd From these viola- .,, tures which comprise our lesson

Dr. Barton pulse and temperature tions of our solemn present the use of intoxicants a?

and a feeling V promises border wars .Irvin S. Cobb causing four socially undesirable re-
of tiredness. SUMMARIZES THE WORLD'S WEEK frequently ensued. sults.

However* when a case goes on ta Western Newspaper Union. When the Indians started fighting we 1. Religious disobedience (Lev.

extreme prostration and greatly increased tt Still Wasn't War Commodity Credit corporation has called it an uprising. When we sent 10:1,2; Isa. 28:7): Two things we
temperature it is believeddue troops forth to slaughter the Indians
authority to make such loans.In may rightfully expect of those who
to the organisms of another G EN. SHERMAN was the Yank a press conference, President I it was a punitive expedition to restore serve the nation in its religious life:

ailment entering in, such as that pi who is credited with the remarkable Roosevelt indicated that he had no law and order. If the whitesoldiers (1) a vision of God and obedienceto
that "war
flu pneumonia bronchopneumoniaor intention of permitting a 10-cent cot- wiped out the Indians that that vision in life and service,
in the
hell. Now the 4,000 Yanks
others. ton loan until congress passed the was a battle. and (2) the exercise of sound God-
Cold Leaves the Door Open. North China danger zone are agreed agricultural control program and :Those who make history rarely guided judgment in the affairs of

Thus someone has said that the that while the current "unpleasantness" ever-normal granary bill which Sec- get a square deal from those who the people. But note what happens

common cold when it enters the may not be official war in retary of Agriculture Wallace saysis write history. when the prophet and the priest turnto

system leaves the door open whichso the eyes of the Japanese government necessary before the new sessionin wine and strong drink. "They err

interferes with the defenses ol it surely is the other thing. January. Trouble is the house Keeping Undercover. in vision" (Isa. 28:7). That is, they

the nose and throat that they can" With shrapnel raining around committee doesn't know how to THIS is the land where, in self- have no clear concepts of divine

stop these other organisms from their ears, Americans in Shanghai write such a bill and make it stick protection, you hide your placeof truth, and lead the people into error.

entering. It would seem that very prepared to leave while the leavingwas in view of the Supreme court's deci- residence and have your tele- Further we see that "they stumblein

often the first ailment to follow ? good and the U. S. S. Augusta sion on the AAA. phone privately listed. The resultis judgment." To every true serv-

simple or common cold is the flu, flagship of Uncle Sam's China Now the southern bloc has madeit if your aged grandmother hap- ant of God comes repeatedly the

and the flu so prostrates the individual squadron stood by to help them clear that it will not push throughthe pens along and doesn't know your opportunity and the need of render-

during the first few days that make their getaway, as the great President's much-desired wages address, she can never reach you, ing judgment that is, of advisingand
these other often al' city of 3,500,000 inhabitants sweatedin those to whom he
organisms, but any smart stranger counselling
and hours bill as dictated by Wil- may approach -
in the ableto a crisis that threatened greater If his mind is befuddledby
ready present body, are liam the right party-let us call ministers.
Green president of the American -
fight off the natural defenses and destruction than the fighting of 1932. Federation of Labor unless him .a 'phone-legger-and, by ,payment i the use of alcohol (or, for that .

manufacture the poisons which At least three Americans were southern farmers get their cotton of a small fee get the number matter, of any other kind of worldly
cause the serious symptoms that fol. killed in the opening skirmishes loans. instantly. indulgence) he will "stumble" and
Furthermore the Southern-
along, with about 600 others mostly his to stumble.A .
low.During ers'under the capitol dome are now So, in about two calls out of three, cause
the 1918 epidemic it was Chinese. Yet, the American State is related in Lev.
asking for loans as high as 15 centsa I you answer the ring to find at the.. sad incident
indicated Unit-
department that the
my privilege to be senior medical 10:1,2 of the sons of Aaron, appointed -
pound and in some cases even other end of the line somebody witha
officer of a military base hospital of ed States had no intention of becom- i and instructedin
I 18 cents. The South is not any too neat little scheme because here to the priesthood
800 beds. At the,, end of the first ing involved even if some American. in its privileges and duties but
well in accord with maximum hours neat little schemes
week of the epidemic we had to install lives were lost. coming with strange fire to he of- ,
and minimum bush and
on gentlemen
wages anyway. grow every
extra beds in wards and it The gravest,situation in the unde- fered before the Lord. Swift and
The result of the whole affair is promoting them are equally numer-
the corridors to accomodate the clared war to date arose when three ; terrible was the judgment they re-
I stalemate. ous.
a complete Somebody
large number of flu patients. I Chinese bombing planes attackedthe ceived. We are not told directlythat
will have to give in; somebody prob- I've be-
Through long
Fortunately most of the patients Idzumo Japanese flagship as it suffering they were intoxicated, but it is
I lay in the northern end of the Bund. ably will and there will be old- borne hardened to this, but today I is
'came to us directly from their units implied in the fact that there an
The bombs missed their mark but "hoss trading" on a over the wire came a winning voice the
remained a few days, and made a immediate injunction against
they drew the fire of the Japanese wholesale scale. For congress wants saying the speaker desired to give 1
good recovery. But many patientswho use of wine, by the priests.
and it was not long before consid- adjourn before the snow flies. me, as he put it, "a checking over I
remained on their feet for the think that such
Lest someone a
II Southerners in the senate werealso : for white termites.
first two or three days of the flu, erable areas of Shanghai were set worried when thing could not happen in our day
Senator RobertF
then reported sick to their own med,: aflame by the incendiary shells. I admit to a touch of dandruff and the writer mentions word which recently -
; of New York
ical officer and were then sent : Ironically enough most of the Wagner there have been times when I suspected came to him that a leading

on to us, had or developed serious damage and loss of life was caused winning recognition to debate an fleas-we excel in fleas on seminary has professors on its staff
; the Chinese anti-lynching bill the type of which ,this coast-but I resent the idea of
complications during their stay with by themselves. Chinese who defend the so-called moderateuse
the South has been successful in
.", us-pneumonia and bronchopneumonia. planes ,zoomed over the city in the also being infested with white ter- of alcoholic drink. '
blocking since the Civil war Some
direction of the Japanese ships to mites.
were of the opinion that the bill already 2. Political disorder (Prov. 1:5).
:' One must get off his feet and to the cheers of the populace still passed by the house mightbe While political leaders make sancti-

t bed immediately when attacked by mindful of the fact that the out- defeated by filibuster (Senator Camera Sniping.SNAPSHOOTING monious protestations that govern-
; I a severe cold or the flu. come of the 1932 affair might have
not influenced by
Bilbo of Mississippi threatened to of famous folks ment agencies are
.- S t t been different had the Chinese filibuster until Christmas) but more may be upsettingto the liquor interests it is common

cr., Safe Method of Reducing. owned military planes at that time. believed that the Southern members the victims of the sniping, but knowledge to even those who are

r. There are a great many individu But the cheers turned suddenly into would consent to its passage to put the subscribing public certainly getsan slightly informed that the two are

t- als who, while not really fat, know screams of horror as bombs began President, Roosevelt "on the spot." illuminating eyeful every time closely associated. The result of

fr that they are carrying ten to fifteen dropping not upon the hated enemy They explained that if he did not one of the photographic magazines that unholy alliance is rightly described -

;:;' more pounds than they should to but upon defenselsss Chinese civil- sign it he would lose the negro voteso appears. in Prov. 31:5-"They for-

f have comfort and proper working ians who filled the native quarters' essential to the third term that I've just laid aside the current get the law and pervert the judg-

:.: ability. They naturally dislike the streets. is. being whispered about and thatif copy of a' periodical which could be ment of any of the afflicted." Muchof

, idea of going on any one of the Frightful were the'scenes which he did sign it the Democratic called either "The Weekly Expose"or the sad disorder in the body poli-
t-: special diets.Sometimes. filled the bombed area, as 1,500 tic is traceable directly to the door
: South would drop him like a hot "Stop, Look and Laugh. Among
:;4.'. it is enough for them dead and wounded lay about, some potato. other fascinating, not to say illusion- of the makers and sellers of alco-

{: to know what classes of foods to of them blown to bits. Explanationfor -*- ing illustrations, I note the follow- holic beverages.

v'__ avoid and what classes to eat. Thus the slaughter as prepared by Nominee Draws Rebuke ing: 3. National decay (Isa. 28:1-6).
( cutting down on highly nutritiousor Mme. Chiang Kai-shek, wife of the A reigning movie queen with her "Overcome with wine"-stricken '

"";" higL caloric foods-sugar, potatoes, Chinese dictator, was that the men WITH his customary exercise of mouth so wide open that her face down, useless in life without true

y bread butter cream,' 'eggyolksand flying the bombers had been wounded dramatic, President Roose- looked like a "gates ajar" design.If ambition such is the picture of the J

increasing the less nutritious or by Japanese anti-aircraft and velt nominated Senator Hugo L.. I had tonsils like hers, I'd have man who gives himself to drink.
machine guns. and their planes had Black (Dem., Ala.) to fill the vacan-
r: low caloric foods-cabbage, cauliflower .. 'em right out. Poverty with all its attendant so-
skimmed milk, fresh fruits, been so crippled that the bombs P.4''' WJ cy on the Supreme A of Mr. John L. Lewis cial problems follows on the heelsof
were released :1: ,: court bench caused
unintentionally before : ,
; and green vegetables-is all that the sale and use of intoxicants.
::'. is needed to bring about the required the fliers of reached their objective.Two i l;r: :'h"i: by the retirement ofJustice with gested the expression.lips pouting Would out and not a con-this Some liquor dealers are beginningto

a' reduction in weight. the airmen were killed. : Willis Van that sense a rising tide of oppositionto
tend to confirm the impression
,-' As far as meat, fish, eggs (proteins The planes of destruction had 1.i iG C ,Devanter. Senator Mr. Lewis bit off more than their business and are advertis-
y Y ) are concerned at least one been purchased in the United States. 'f. 1 Black had not even lately ing "We do not want bread mon-
--'>" helping of meat or fish should be However the opinion of members :mt Z <+<<;17 :."*L.:>::i.,<;. been mentioned forconsideration he This could candid camera stuff is trans- ey," but the fact is that it is all

eaten daily to maintain the "struc of the United States senate committee w.*" : :::: ;. previ2f into the pictorial fact the too often bread money that goes for
ture" of the body. Thus the reducing on foreign affairs was that a .... 4 { M f. ously, and the_ appointment nightmare all of us have had-that liquor and the vile stuff is still on

diet should include lean meat eggs statement expected from President >'.y A i was: at horrid dream of being caught out- sale where the poor man may read-
and soft cheeses (which supply pro- Roosevelt would not involve the neu- < i {l4 complete surprise to doors with practically nothing on. ily spend his "bread money" for it.

; tein and are at the same time not trality act, with its power to outlaw t.' ::* < ...\ :f'his colleagues. 4. Personal degradation (Isa. 28:
too high in fuel value) and small the sale of arms and the extensionof Senator Black For 20 years it has "Vomit and filthiness" are not

amounts of a few carbohydrate or credits to belligerent nations. been a custom Field Days for Reds. 18) nice words, but they describe

starch foods such as bread pota- Japanese authorities continued to when a senator is appointed to high UNDER the warming suns of tol- accurately the ultimate condition of

r toes and very simple desserts. insist that they meant no harm to office, for his nomination to be con- and indifference and the drinker and his surroundings. -

'' Fats should be almost entirely the Chinese people and that their sidered in open executive session. even tacit encouragement in cer- The writer knows a young man who

avoided because their fuel or food aim was still for the "cooperation"of But when Senator Ashurst (Dem., tain quarters many of our hot- boasts that he never gets drunk

value is more than twice that of China Manchukuo and Japan. Ariz.) proposed this in Senator house communists are changingfrom because the "booze" makes him so

protein or starch foods. They also revealed that voluntary Black's nomination objectionscame the pallid, timorous flowerletsof sick that he vomits it up. Imaginea

However even if fats and contributions to the nation's war forth immediately from Sen- discontent into full-blown advo- supposedly intelligent man drink-

starches are cut down and fruits chest coming from all over Japan ator Burke (Dem., Neb.) and Sena- cates of the glad new age when ing stuff so vile that his stomach

and leafy vegetables increased the had reached a total of 2500000. tor Johnson (Rep., Calif.). They Lenin will take over Lincoln's nichein (evidently having more sense than

proteins (meat eggs fish) must be asked that the nomination be re- the gallery of the immortals and his head) sends it back-and then '.

increased not only for their "stay ferred to the senate judiciary com- government everywhere will be of boasting of his ability to drink 8
ing" power and for maintaining South Demands Crop Loans ; mittee for "careful consideration." the Trotskys but the Trotskys, for more! t

CONGRESS regarded adjourn- This was viewed in the light of the Trotskys. .
body structure but also because pro a II. The Solution, a Divine Princi-
as possibly farther off distinct rebuke for the nominee. True there still remain some
tein foods make a "fast burning" ple (Rom. 14:21).
than ever as the wage-hour bill Senator Black has been wavering souls who are so pinkthey'd
i, fire in the system greatly increas- got a militant Thousands of Christian people
all tangled up with surplus agricul- leader in the fight for the Presi- be red if they weren't so yel-
ing and burning up sur- have solved not only the drink problem -
': plus tissue such as fat. tural control and cotton loans in dent's wages and hours legislation. low! but practically every questionof
what looked like But these quivering aspens
a hopeless mess. As justice he would have the
Research physicians doing special a opportunity number their bolder comrades conduct and social life by apply-
With the as
work on obesity or overweight, Department of Agriculture to pass upon measures the blessed doctrine ing this principle. Surely no true

1T while advising almost a complete ton estimating about a 15,500,000-bale cot- ''regulating public utility holding which openly is profess doing so much for the undertaking follower of Christ will be guilty of .I4

avoidance of fat foods advise that crop 3,000,000 bales more companies authorizing federal, business in Russia. doing anything that will cause any Iq

"some": starch foods be eaten every than can be consumed Southern loans and grants for publiclyownedpower IRVIN S. COBB. brother to be offended, to stumble, '

day. representatives and senators were plants and fixing prices. in e-WNU Service. or to be made weak., st ,
demanding surplus crop loans. The the soft-coal industry. Io at

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That, Too, Can Hurt Master Passion Is

; I IN THE KEYSTONE STATE I You'll Do It Many a man ,is liable to think I
for Master.
his character has been defamed, Requisite ,
THERE are thousands to tell when it has only been defined.

N+::;M" y-a;.. you it cannot be done, Country people envy the city To become a great master of = ;'
) rwi There are thousands to people and move to the city, but business you must be possessedby

prophesy failure; in later years, remembering the a master passion for business.It .
\4\ There are thousands to point free, happy life of the country will demand a high degree of

out to you, one by one, they pity the children they haveto courage on your part to be will-
" The dangers that wait to as- rear there. ingly ignorant of many things so

1 sail you. Satan finds some mischief for that you may be master of one,
idle hands to do-with the ardent but undeviating devotion to a sin- '
But just buckle right in with a assistance of the owner of the gle pursuit is the surest way to ''

bit of a grin, ,,' idle hands.A win success and distinction in the
,1A Then take off your coat and business world.If .
.'! query is printed in an exchange -
1 go to it. asking what is the differ- you can do' one vitally impor- -
Just start in to sing as you
} ence between "farther" and "fur tant thing better than any other .
tackle the thing ther." doesn't the man can do it, you will find a. '
That cannot be done, and
,1 you'll do it. look in the dictionary? That:s constantly, increasing demand for "
what it's for. your services. The thousand-a-
-New. York Tribune
There is a kind of respectablepride year man is never out of unerrvployment.
j .-Grenville Kleiser. :
3 in never admitting that one ,
G made a: mistake in marrying.

And Is It Heavy Early Tourist Camps
) UudePlul :
A cloud no bigger than a man's'' The idea of tourist camps probably :

I Ii i : hand often hangs over a small had its inception in' the car

,j boy's life. avansary which was a structure :
: If one doesn't know what to do, for the accommodation of travelers

I: rI he can exercise patience. Maybe in, eastern countries. Cooking 'r f J-

: wisdom will appear. quarters were provided and stor- 'Z "
% Leisure Is a Stimulant One make mistake age space for the. property andi;
may a great
I { Efficiency whets the appetitefor merchandise of the traveler.
j "looking on the bright side ofthings"
,, leisure. And the latter stim- The caravansaries were locatedon
\ in the presence of. people
ulates the former.
who want to important routes and were
Folks' who hit ,the high spots built by rulers or wealthy Individuals .
Site of America's First Oil Well.
I are presently going so fast that as public benefactions or else

The Things That Last Are All : the high spots'hit them. Man of HonestyThe were a municipal enterprise. They

He who borrows and never repays more honesty a man has, remained, open from dawn until
." ; .';.' in Pennsylvania, Said KiplingPrepared is too great a coward to the less he affects the air of a night and had caretakers. Small I
steal. saint. The affectation of sanctityis unfurnished 'sleeping rooms were

To remain young in thoughtdoesn't ''a blotch on the face of piety.- provided and a space for the x
by National Geographic Society perb work in the heart of the Al-
beasts of burden.
mean to turn handsprings.
C.-WNU Service.
Washington; D. leghenies, of Horace Greeley's Utopia -

V A7TER having visited the six- or of the French settlement at

counties of Penn- Asylum?

sylvania, trod the streets of all The story of Ole Bull's hapless ad-
venture in the heart of the Big
its cities gazed on its
teeming ,
Woods where the Viking virtuoso
noble mountains, sauntered dreamed his dream of "a new Nor

through all its glorious high- way, consecrated to Liberty, bap-

; land valleys, motored along all tized with Independence, and pro-
tected by the Union's mighty flag,"
its 'fine rivers, traveled through p
'c is one that stirs the heart of every .... .
... ,
its in- y .ZPWt d" .
dense forests Mk :: >'
young admirer *> % : 'fl ; :: : : -<<: -
of the artist.
spected its finest farming areas During his concert tours throughthe ; P : : : : Ai :
and studied its amazing indus- South, Ole Bull had encounteredmany it : : < : ,;

tries, it becomes easy to under- of his countrymen, whose efforts Y'a'f ?* !
to acclimate themselves in 1.fik
,. stand how Kipling, after a > -
- balmier areas than the lands of O
' / : transcontinental trip, could their birth had brought them priva- 1 : j

write: tions, hardships, and ill health.

'They are there there with earth Their appeals had touched him. : / / ; ;/ I

immortal Later, when touring northern Penn :: '

(Citizens, I give you friendly sylvania, he found in the heart of

The things warning that) ;truly last when men Potter county of Viking a large land area itself.; reminiscent He- GROUND GRII! tiRE ? l

f and time have passed, bought it and started to build there '$ ;;)r7/; ::1
\-d this his "new Norway. '
They are all in Pennsylvania .
Some 800 of his countrymen m3 1'1
morning. Jt
flocked to his haven in the heart of : ,:; ... : ;;
From of Market streetin
the heart
the famous"Point" the mountains. Three hundred -K<: > ..V.AtK, 'J,
Philadelphia to >
'_ in Pittsburgh and Logs- houses, a store, and a church were, ;y. :::" ;'I1ULL'.GREA'TER : ilDi i : # gff ; ; [ ',

town down the Ohio from Easton built. For himself, he erected a rus- TRACTlOfAfSAVESJORE ,.. /< w'w '
; :m:1i: d : ,:
-'.' tic castle of unhewn, unmortaredstone : :,.)" y "" .. >** e : '
and 'f
; and Bethlehem to New Castle g4:\':>' \ i *:
",.;.: Sharon; from busy Chester on the on a little bluff overlooking. : TIME AND FUEL # t "t
Delaware to thriving Erie on the Kettle creek .J
lake; from Matamoras, farthest To this day as one motors down I ;l .. ;. : < :
l, east community, to Greene, the the historic old Coudersport and ... .. ;>,t> ;; <

southwesternmost county; the his- Jersey Shore turnpike, past the

toric, the eye-delighting, and the hamlet of Oleona, one may see the NEWS ('!'4
.. industrial are bound together in remains of the old castle and fancyhe of the amazing performance of
; every prospect. hears Kettle creek and its rocky the NEW Firestone Ground Grip Tire is .

'I Where the commerce of Philadel- glens echoing back the music that sweeping rural America. Farmers everywhere '

phia throbs, William Penn lived; imitated them fourscore years ago. who have seen this new tire are so enthusiastic'about

... Benjamin Franklin wrought and All went well with this new Nor- it that sales have been climbing steadily '
". philosophized; the Declaration of In- way of America until one night :
dependence had its birth; and the when Ole Bull was entertainingsome upward and production has been greatly

federal Constitution was created. friends in his castle. A mes- increased to meet the demand. ::4J.. : :_, '

Where Braddock' fought and was senger rode up and carried a notice }
all this enthusiasm? Those of
fatally wounded now lives a teem- from the actual owner of the prop- Why you
ing population, and hard by are erty. The men who had sold it to who have seen the new Firestone Ground '

some* of the principal industrial him had no title. Grip Tire in action know the answer. Tests ,.j.;,. ;: _GREATER t
plants of the world. For five years Ole Bull fought a show that it will pull a three-bottom plow; DRAWBAR PULL !

T Vast Industries Are There. losing battle in the courts against under soil conditions where other makes of'y i < "y Increased height of I
the Ground Grip
those who had sold him land new
The coal that comes down the they '
did not tires can pull only a ttvo-bottom plow. The ,,"., ". tread and theimproved
Monongahela; the ore that moves own, earning the costs of !II design and
from the Great Lakes; the iron and his suit by his concerts. In the end re-designed tread gives greater traction and h,.>t$: spacing of the heavy
} steel fabricated in the Pittsburgh he got small damages. But mean- better self-cleaning action. It will not pack "' traction lugs result in

: district's scores of mighty plants; while the colony had perished. the soil in fact, it leaves a mulch on the : 5 muchgreaterdrawbarsurface

all the commodities bound east and Prince Gallitzin's Mission.In of the tread track that prevents rapid :i < pull. 1 o
west and north and south by rail the heart of the Alleghenies, A
evaporation of moisture in the soil. These tests GREATER TRACTION
and river-all these, the most concentrated high above Johnstown and Altoona,
tonnage in the world there also show up to 30% more available drawbar The increased
pass are. markers, memorials, and penetration of the
by or within a dozen miles of the institutions which preserve the pull on dry sod,0 more on dry improved Ground

",', spot where the hostile savage memory of a prince v.ho'elected to plowed ground, up to 50% more on wet plowed ground than with Grip tread gives a .
turned back the English forces. become a pauper in order to serve any other tire tested. deeper "bite" resulting
On the Ohio between Economyand the cause of Christ and to carry in greater traction.

Baden, where Dam No. 4 His message of benevolence and Only in 'Firestone Tires do you get so many patented extra-
stretches across the river, is the brotherly kindness to the humble GREATER
quality features. The Ground Grip Tread is patented and is made
.. vast plant of the Byers company, mountain folk of the region. Prince FUEL SAVINGS
i manufacturers of wrought iron. In Demetrius Augustine Gallitzin was of specially compounded rubber which resists the action of sun, Tests show 'savings

=front of the plant offices is a marker I born in Holland in 1770. His father rain and snow. Gum-Dipping is a patented Firestone Process, by of as much as 50% in

which proclaims the site of Logs- 'was Russian ambassador to the which every fiber of every cord in every ply is saturated with fuel as compared wheels.WIthIi

town, where George Washington Netherlands and his mother the qUl..d'bb er which gives added strength to resist the strain of steel-lugged
:i carrying the greatest "message to' daughter of a field marshal of Fred GREATER
The Two Extra
heavy pulling.
-3arcia" of all our history, negotiated erick the Great.At .
and bargained with the Half Layers of Gum-Dipped Cords
King the age of seventeen he pickedup
1 If have not received
a The increased
you copy
and his confreres for an escort to a Bible in a bookstore and bean under the tread are patented.This of the new Firestone Farm Tire traction enables you

Fort Le Bouef. to study it, with the result that Firestone construction feature Catalog, please to cover much greater
'* Across the bridge a stone's throw he became a convert of the Church. binds the tread and cord body send your name acreage in a day.
down the highway, is a smaller Later his father sent him to America and address to
1 marker proclaiming the site where for a season of travel. Once into one inseparable. unit.You The Firestone WEATHERPROOFEDThe

Gen Anthony Wayne had his winter here he decided to spend a season's and need ALL & Rubber / The Ground Grip
Tread made of
camp. theological studies in Baltimore. il'1K
/ll in signt across the river is the Then, after ordination in 1795, he these features. Only Firestone Los Akron Angeles.California, Ohio, or special weather.

factory-studded area where Queen started out as a traveling missionary. has them! See this new tire at and't 'p. which resisting is unaffected rubber

" a,. ,Aliquippa had her cornfields. Erecting a log church on the your nearest Firestone Implement a copy will be 1 by hot sun, rain or
, : (. Almost Forgotten Romance. vest slope of the Alleghenies he Dealer, Tire Dealer or Auto mailed to you snow.
Everybody knows the stories of traveled far and wide, visiting promptly
&. Service Store
Supply today.
1 Gettysburg and Valley Forge, but nomes where bare floors were his

how many know the story of Ole bed, his saddle a pillow, and his Listen to the Voice of Firestone; Monday evenings over Nationwide N. B. C. Red Network
Bull and his castle in the wilds ol food the coarsest mountain fare. .
the big woods of the Kettle creek Prince Gallitzin lost his all. His
country? Every travel folder and lather left what was to have been '
historical map tell of the chief nis patrimony to his sister. But he "
points of interest in Philadelphia, used the money his mother gave "s '

Harrisburg Pittsburgh and Erie him for his mountain mission work,
but who hears of the birth and boy- and at Loretto that work is still ; :

hood days of Robert E. Peary spent carried on in the fine missions, Copyright 1337.Firestone Tiro&Rabbet Co.
.at Cresson, of Prince Gallitzin's su- schools and churches he founded.


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News member won first place in an 18- ganizations of the state, and particu- way. They insist on feelln' sorry for will check in at any one of these
Clewfston I
hole blind bogey tournament yesterday larly_ those of South Florida, will anybody that lives even.. two mjles three stations. A card will be issuedto

.. '- -' of the Greater Miami Woman's join in pushing the movement for SOUTH of 'em. him by the man in charge lof sta-

pin!" nui.;"ii: every Friday In Clewiston,I Golf Association at the Miami Country an appropriate celebration of the Some of you Floridians that whine tion which will remain open twenty- ,

FlM.! Uj' the CLEWISTON NEWS. Club course Mrs. Redelshelmer centennial of the Battle of Lake around about it's bein' hot ought to four hours a day:' When the hunting .

h... I shot 117-25-92". Which doesn't Okeechobee? come up here for a few days. Then trip is completed the hunter must v'

surprise local friends of Dot's a bit. i you could go back home and really check his card in at the station and
It Might Have Been Different If He show the hoofs, head and hide of any
Local construction crews are : appreciate the advantages of a sure
Iteathley Bowden Editor having a little breathing spell but Had Chosen "Rap", "Ban", "Quiz", 'nuff AIR-CONDITIONED state.

It's just between jobs It appears. No and "Probe"!

Cntered a? second class mall matter carpenter, painter or others of the You'd think havin' the finest ex-
trades should ever suffer New hibit ,on the Exposition grounds
February; 1, 1927, at the Post building York.High school pupils
Dice in Clewiston, Florida under from unemployment In Clewiston. show an "amazing" ignorance of would be enough but it seems that

the Act of March 3, 1897. It's steadily growing with new correct pronounclation and use of Florida just ain't never satisfied at

I homes dotting the pretty tree-lined even common words, Raymond N. least not those Identified with Flor-

streets. G. 'H. Small is building a Kellogg, chairman of the speech de-; ida National Exhibits-and yester-

Subscription rate $2.00 per year I porch and porte cochere on his partment at Morris high school declared day we went a step farther to prove

Advertising rates on application. home, the foundation and pillars are in a report to the city's board our supremacy.

of rock. II is understood a few oth- of education recently.His : When Earl Brown came up here

Devoted to the advancement and i er homes will be begun within a collection of "boners" is printed early in the summer to set up. our ,

welfare of Clewiston and Hendry few weeks. in High Points, publication of the Exhibit, he brought along the familycat

County. II And this is Air Mail week. Sche- board. "Shanghai" and ever since his 1 ;, I..
time to arrival "Shanghai" has been N'
dules were not available in as
To test his pupils' knowledge of
be announced in last week's paper much at home here as he was downin /

pronounclation and word usage, Mr. 't
Heard over the air: Walter Win- but a good many people are findingout Kellogg gave ,them a list of words Florida.A sY

chell who proves the pan is mightier that the mail plane is coming in which they were to use in sentences.All big beautiful Persian, he roams <,,. I's.'. lIT'S

than the sword. today for a special bag of air mall the words are in common news- about the Exhibit, stretches out onto WITH
in celebration of Florida Air Mail front verandah of the Manor EASY
paper usage. They were:
The modern bathing girl barely I Week. All letters properly stampedand House or suns himself in the patio.
Revere, deficit, err, formidable u4dpAYMENT
wears enough to keep her from get posted before 2:30 this after- to be petted and admired by thous- $
bade era, decade
2orps martyr
ting tanned where she ought to be.Thomaston. noon are being carried by the planeas ands. ,
rout epitome, clique, banquet, ad- PLAN
(Ga.) Times. I Clewiston's participation in the mirable, harass, grimace and anti. Like all Tom cats he indulges in ,.

state celebration. occasional excursions, and has been

Helen Wills Moody has a divorce I Thanks largely to the city (and Some of the results were:: : seen In all parts of the Exposition Give your children every

and will design golf dresses an- perhaps seme to Mother Nature herself i "The girl's homework was cor- giounds. Everybody knows him and opportunity they deserve in

nounces a headline. Why not ten-I. ) the unwelcome mosquitoes rect with the exception of one err he is recognized as an official mem- your own home. A playroom,

nis?" which .inflicted themselves cfti us in her first problem. ber of the Florida Exhibit staff. den, workshop, complete

have almost all departed we hope "The teacher said that err meantto I Now one of the entertainment attractions freedom. All these plus

5,000 poincianas are being distributed for the Happy Hunting Grounds. forgive and was very rarely used. being featured here this security arc theirs and yours

free in Palm Beach countyfor Their absence is thankfully noted. "The little boy was formidable of I in your own home. You can

planting in preparation of an I Overheard on the playground darkness."In af-ternoon I purchase a home now and
annual festival. There pay like rent over a long
poinciana from a couple of 'teen age boys: "A (I the morgue. one will find I the stage and put on a professional period with our Budget
could be fete imagined.Mrs.
no prettier feller just told me I looked like many corps. boxing exhibition during which they Monthly Payment Plan.: It's

you". "Where is he? I'll knock him "His bade was very high, but it emit the usual bloodthirsty howls advantageous to buy or build
: Bibb Graves should be the for a goal."' "Don't bother. I've doneit did not help his partner. and yowls. > now in face of rising prices!

most highly complimented lady in already." "After an era the girl finally kept
Apparantly "Shanghai" had stood
the United States. After choosing her her appointment.
wife living with her all this monkey business just about as
for his and
OF "We had decade people '
these the Governor has chosen long as he could for yesterday af
years Clewiston
bus ride. Federal.
her again. ternoon unbeknown. to anyone, atth&
college team had
one good Exhibit, he left the scene of his
received (An Editorial from the Palm Beach, router and that was the water boy. usual afternoon siesta on the front Savings and Loan
has finally
a cow
Sun) "They didn't give the criminal
a of the Manor
I House and jour-
the of road crash. Three are
worse a Christmas Day this year will mark chance to say an epitome before go- AssociationTrespassers
heyed a quarter of mile
a the
is killed. That is across
injured and cow the centinnial anniversary of the ing to his death. location
grounds to the of the much-
from Inverness. Something
news up near Battle of Lake Okeechobee, bloodiest "The epitome of the king was held "
ought to be done to make the and publicized cat battle. 1& ;.$ W
ever fought in South Florida in his right hand. He arrived
just as the two felines --- --
safe for the
highways cows.
the ,most desperate encounter of the "An epitome was made betweenthe
were in the middle of their fake . .
Seminole Indian war, except the two roads to save time. .dJ :.1.iN1N:.1 N1N: N N:.!M 1111H:NN1MN1NGoodFarrn-:..:.
Now that Fort Myers is rejoicingin' quarrel with thousands of spectators
Fort Dade, massacre.On I "My mother has a new clique of watching the show. Before ,
its new soft water plant, some- anyonesaw
Christmas Day 1837, the flower dishes.
"Shanghai" or knew what was
one has discovered a value in the
old hard water. The doctors at the I of the United States Army in "The army officer'was standingon happening he leaped upon the stage

National Guard encampment claim I j Florida under General Zachary Taylor the banquet to fire upon the en ;and: in less than two minutes he had

'I afterwards President of the emy. thrown both of the professional
they can tell a Fort Myers man
United States, "Old Rough and Rea.dy" .- "The admirable ordered. all handson fighting cats out of the ring. Land
ery time they look, at his -
eV-1 .
their teeth are uniformly in as ne was affectionately knownto deck. Frantic 'phone calls began to

condition his troops, pressed the Seminoles "The cowboy put the harass on come in at the Florida Manor. The
and the only explanation
was that the elements that made the I southward to a marsh, forest and the horse and then went inside for indignant showman raved and tore for Rent

beach in the angle of Lake Okeechobee the blanket. his hair because our Florida
cat had
water so very hard contributed good
: health to the teeth. on the south and a tributary '"He washed the grimace from his spoiled las act. The Exposition management I

from the north not so far from the hands before he sat down to eat. rolitely requested that we

.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-.:.-.':.-.:..:..:..:..:..:..* ...:.+I.I site of the present Okeechobee City. "The anny autied the enemy". explain the situation to "Shanghai"and I
:There the driven and harrassed Indians -Tarpon Springs: Leader urge that he refrain from fur-

:. RAMBLINGS. under Coacoochee bravest ther interference. But we of Florida
and best of the Seminoles, and sev- B.mB..aK.am m am IE91ti get a lot of satisfaction from the
eral chief tans'of the Micasukees
knowledge that Cracker
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:.( elected 'to stand upon favorable Too Late .To Classify cat knocked two our professional Tom-cat

,. Our tennis players are just too ground and there they fought a bat- pugilists for a row of ash cans. Will Be
tle which became historic for the i
democratic for their own good. This, By, 'Ryssell Kay
small losses they suffered, and the I ProsecutedClewiston
was the conclusion we reached after Stations EstablishedFor
heavy losses incurred by our troops.No -.--- c
tx1U>tM .
witnessing some of the matches MM MMpp littCM IUGCCGIAI
;:; with the West Palm Beach players I. spot in all South Florida is Deer
x':''. Sunday afternoon. Time and again so historic-no ground so sacred by: CLEVELAND-I: never could see
deeds of valor, and blood shed by any point in callin' folks that insist
we saw the result of gruelling
prac-I patriots, both American and Indian on livin up in this neck o' the woods
.. ;
: >. tice. The Clewiston players ( Haven Democrat)
Damyankees for when take 'em '
-none were greater leaders than
"e had that. They have spent all their Three stations have been estab-
i "Old and by and large they are a mighty nice
Rough Ready" and Coa-
; spare time on the courts and have lished for the regulation and controlof I
'}': coochee contended for crowd. But considerin' what they
If:. not shirked their duty in that ref victory-; the killing of tick-infested deerin
nor a more illustrious event In the put up with in the way of climate I
:, :ard, but they have been leaders in the six townships in Glades Realty .And
: l history of our section which might feel we might be more justified 1C
t. the movement to make the courts county and a like area in Highlands
be celebrated.The we termed 'em Dumbyankees, for
,: mean the most possible benefit to county designated by the State Live
n dun, and probably others the poor critters swelter in sizzlin' DevelopmentCorporation
everyone in town. Seldom Indeed doI'it' Stock Sanitary Board, according to
has heat in the summer and freeze to
directed the attention of
our national -
: they: play singles. If there is any- information given us this week by
: representatives to the forth- death most of the winter and have I
one sitting on the bench the best Representative J. H. Peeples. The
.. coming Centinnial Anniversary of to push each other around all the
players we have will wave a racket stations are to be located at Palm-
he Battle of Lake Okeechobee in : year thru or get left at the post in \
:. over and invite them to drop in for I dale, Venus and Lake Annie.

;::;,:; doubles,-even if the bench sitter is order commemoration that national thereof recognition be and] so-called the popular livin'past-time. of makin' a Hunters who are properly licensed .................................................................................... "r ,:J1.
may un
: a poor player as ourselves. I
dertaken. Congressman Wilcox has I came up here a week ago and

I' ., : It makes the net'benefit of the pledged his support to that end. I have been just about as comfortableas : :,;,:;,""""" ...rc.. -"" ,:,=.r.c.n: :::TI .""'" .,..,,->..l"" ."'. <.". "u.<""{:JrY1L =::.; ::r::'}; I' '" ,
courts to the town increase about I Doubtless Senators Andrews and a steak on a griddle from the dayI
\.."'. 100%, but it does make the Clewis- Franklin Hardware Co.
Pepper{' will also support the move- of just shinin' on I
'..: :. ton players show up poorly in matchi ment. you like it does down in Florida Mail Distributors Foil Mjers, Fla.

- play. We believe our players would the cockeyed sun bears down up
just about break Gentlemen: Please send me without obli-
even with the not
I Why the Post Office here 'till you just naturally melt and This
gation information about Servel
East Coast complete
aggregation' if they Department of the government issue start to trickle like a leaky hydrant. Elcctrolux, the Kerosene RefrIgerator.

;:, would practice among themselves instead I a stamp, in connection 1 with the cen(I Today, for ,example the tempera- Coupon

r of anyone who happened along tinnial, bearing a likeness of General ture went pup to 100 in the shade

with a racket. )If' you do most of Taylor and of Coacoochee on a background -I II and the reading was taken on Lake- Name ...__.....:_....._.................__...._..............

your playing with those who drop of the battlefield? side Avenue. ImaginNj it ever gettin' i

""'' balls gently over the net, you won't Why should not the governmenterect I 100 in the shade by the side of a ......................................
be able to handle "those hard.. drives a marker upon the battlefieldas Florida lake! But :you can't make I II 1..

with persistent regularity. I a national monument? I I these folks realize how cool and I ....__.._..... State..............
r= So whatever the matchtplay shows Surely the patriotic comfortable it really is down our '
people and
Cr-I : ......... .,
"' I I :Jr>"I" :'C"' .L-=""'''' 1"".:>1"''' h.uO'''';;' DrC;;;,=;::u 'i!' t .nj.
us, we find our tennis players rank

about 100% with the town. The fact

that there are some excellent players .=:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...i..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: 11II

cu here ami that they are willing to J
i' play with mediocre ,
players Is working E. MINER
.s. 0 INO ..... ,. .:.
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steadily and surely to improve 't. ,. i ..',' '. .:.

iston. We do not believe there is 's. i l. Ie...

.. other town this size which has an-I :;: : Health and Accident I :: 8

as little tennis facilities in the past .

?? that can produce as many good play) ::: GENERAL aFire INSURANCE ::

crs as we can. .. ,
W Ind
..,,.'- torm .:.
In other words you people who 's. ., .'.

: played Sunday afternoon we think :,!.:. Automobile- :s;:

you're swell whether you won or .;. Lbal Ity. :::

U' not.We note by the Miami paper that I :: HOPKINS BUILDING CLEWISTON; FLORIDA :;:

F?' "Mrs. W. Mv Redelshelmer a new', ::.........................*..:..H.<":..KH'.x..;"H'-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:_,:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:.,..:.".:..":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..............................................'....................................................................................."........:.:.




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''I. : :N:N:N:N:N:N:H N NCH N:L:N:N:N/N:N:N:H:N/N:N:N;/. Misses Bernice O'Neal, Roberta,I as cut rrlz. and we may profit by it. ---1 Plaques on Wall St. Buildings

'r George, Sandy Welles, Beth Nail, Playing were Mrs. Alston Mrd. Many houses and office building .,'

A Personal l Mention :f ,I Ed Clark, Sandy Bell, James Winn, Bowden, Mrs. J.V.. Ezelle, Mrs. "WHITE" OPPOSES "BLACK"This in the Wall street district of Man-

Bob Logan, Halson Avant and Ken Hall, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. B, J. hattan bear' plaques telling about ;

(!'. .;t. 'x.....................I"._................;:........................................................... I Swayne attended a dance in Paho- Schroeder and Mrs. M. E. Yenawine.. of the was papers one of last the week headlines when in Senator one- the historic. sites the structures' .

'J kee last A refreshing fruit plate was served -i occupy y
Jones Bryan and James Fullwood I White, was opposing the confirmation -

spent the \veek-end In Tampa. at the conclusion of play. I I of Senator Black to the I I'
The Word "Zenana"
Miss Margaret Morgan returnedto supreme court.
The word "zenana" refers to the
.' Bob Logan and Charles Roberts! West Palm Beach Thursday after I apartments in which Indian womenare

,;p.,' visited: in Moore Haven Monday. two weeks: in Clewiston with her I POST OFFICE APPROVEDA secluded. Tho term correspondswith

I parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Morgan. I WASHINGTONNEiWS large number of post offices were the Mohammedan harem. ;.

is rel- Miss Morgan is a student nurse at approved for Florida in the deficiency -
Mrs. C. R. Cruze visiting I
Good Samaritan Hospital.
appropriation bill. This
atives in St. Cloud this week.M. '
,.I they are on the 'eligible list and are L. B. MershonAGENT

F. Palmer spent the week-end Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and E1' v y eligible for an appropriation, and '

sons, Jim, Dan Bob means cc.nstruction'when funds are
in St. Cloud. and Bruce, left
,' J Monday by automobile for a two I I''provided. So there will be no misiliv::' New York Life

Weeks' trip through central and II I, derstanding, it does' not mean thattl.ey Insurance Company I f

, H. S. Gove of West Palm Beach, northern' Florida. They expect to II will get the post offices this

55 .. WPA director for this district, Is a I return by the first of the month. I particular year. In fact, the appropriation ARCADIA, FLORIDA ,-'-:

: business visitor in Clewiston today. I is about one-third what it

FROM CONGRESSMAN has been usually for; the emergency
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Couse and
IMr. and Mrs. M. C. Doke and son,, building program, but it does mean J. M. COUSE
daughter Jo Anne of Moore
that all the
Gene, of Moore Haven visited Mr. preliminary studies have
Mrs. R. P. Eisenhardt
and Mrs C. W. Simmons Thursday.Mr. and daughter been made, that the receipts and fa- Counselor and Attorney at Law ,?
Nancy, Pittsburg and Miss Emily
cilities are such' that the buildingsare Hopkins Building
Couse jof Greenville, Pennsylvania, CITRUS FRUIT REGULATIONS '
., and Mrs. Leslie C. Miller lefts needed'and they are approvedfor Wednesdays and Saturdays 1,
were Clewiston visitors
Saturday. -Hon. M. L. Wilson, acting .
construction. They will be
.. : Saturday for a two weeks visit withrelatives secre-I 9:30 to 4:00
\ s in Mayport. i tary of agriculture, on Aug. 1 brought forward in subsequent appropriation '-
\ Mr. and Mrs. Manning Carter of
'tered an order clarifying the matterof and every'effort
; Okeechobee have announced the will be made NORGE REFRIGERATORS
!i\\ to see that they are
Jlr. and Mrs. J. A. McGehee'and I birth of aQ pound son on Monday, "color added. It restricted the Furniture
and Home
-,, + built as speedily as possible. The Furnishing
: Qt. Rhunelle McGehee spent the week- August 16th. Mrs. Carter is the shipment of colored oranges from Florida list '
approved included among -
s e end at Fort Lauderdale Beach. former Miss Doris Reddish.Mr. the state to those which had been I PHILCO RADIOS

inspected and certified by the Florida I ,,'others the following: Lake.

Jommy Hall returned Sunday ana Mrs. R. N. Gallant and Department of Agriculture after Wales, Avon Park, Brooksvllle, Dade Household FurnishingsInc.

from a visit with his grandmother,j children, Shirley Jane, Marvin and complying with Florida state laws City, Dunedin, Haines City, Sebring, .

. 2Urs. Amy Hall, in St. Petersburg. Robert of and regulations. In entering the or- .---
: I Cheyenne, Wyoming, left Tarpon Springs, Wauchula and Pun- :
...:. ,.r', .': after visit of several der, he stated "Observations thrn-
''- Friday a days '
ta Gorda. In addition to these spec- BELLE GLADE FLORIDA
Dir and Mrs.. Gratton George returned with Mr. and ,Mrs. A. ,N. Gallant and out the past year have disclosed that

Sunday from Salt Springs, family. these conditions have been satisfactorily ial studies are being made in Lake-

where they spent several days. met. Meanwhile, through the land and St. Petersburg.CONG .

enactment of recent legislation by
:::'." Miss Beth Nail is spending this LaBELLE NEWS the State of Florida, through improvement -I I i
; .' week' in Moore Haven with her bro in efficiency of control l

ther, W. C. Nail and family. I Mrs. Louis O. Gravely made a trip acquired by experience, equally sat- DIE-Tired and worn after monthsof 77I1 t'UFojoAAr :

I(l Saturday morning to Fort Myers. isfactory or even more so, local reg- grind in which controversal mat- I
ters had put nerves on edge, sectional -
"Mrs. W. F. Simpson and Mrs. J. r ulations for the next succeeding I

E. Lovvorn of Okeechobee visited in Mrs. Lucy Massena of Olga spent I years can reasonably be expected. problems had arisen and yet
with a larger amount of work donethan
:> Clewiston Wednesday. ., Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. S. On a continuation of these If]
Graves.. A'I ces, the effective date of notice/ one realizes, Congress adjourned W If]

;;, : Mrs. J. W. Moore, Mrs. 13. C. I is extended indefinitely." This places I sine die; the first session of the 1'If

,. Flaniken and Mrs. R. N. Smith were Mrs. C./A. Davis and Miss Miriam: the citrus industry in a, position so 75th Congress 6:55: p. m. August 21. !

\ Wednesday visitors in Fort Myers. Surrency made a trip Monday to it knows exactly what to do with- 'I' The moment the motion carried, f }
S members rushed to the
Fort Myers. out the uncertainty of an order_ be-
'I m Dave Alston made business and then they started to fJm
a trip ing entered from time to time, andis I say

to Miami Wednesday returning "Good bye." Many cars were wait-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Andrewsof the result of a series of long con-

,Y:. ; Thursday.R. Springfield, Mass., were the weekend ferences and long drawn out investi- ing, already packed, and many left' I jJW
for their homes that night. Others
guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. gation. W
H. Wilson of Bonita Springs 'P.I had to remain over to clean up a
I Andrews.Mr. The subcommittee of the Inter-
arrived Tuesday for a visit with his I r-- state and Foreign Commerce Com- few odds and ends in the depart- lit ((1i! m Li

son, R. C. Wilson and Mrs. Wilson. ments. Most of the Florida' delega- --
and Mrs. Dennis Small, Mrs. mittee also included some Florida
tion will be here for several days,
Alva C. Burke, Mrs. P. C. Skipperand amendments in the food and, drug
Miss Bernice O'Neal has returned because the last-minute rush' has
Miss Ine Magill attended serv- act. These amendments will allow
from a visit with relatives in States- been teriffic. Just prior to the'ad-
ices Friday n ght in Felda. the secretary: of agriculture to fix :
boro Georgia.A. !journment, Majority Leader Ray- t
the maturity standards for the off-
burn of Texas stated' that this has .
Mrs. H. H. McCall and Miss Edith shore citrus, requiring it to comply
W. Lawrence is taking a week's I been one of the "working congresses -
Magill attended a supervisors school with maturity standards equal to
vacation from his duties in the local ," and "when anybody, foreign ,or Stop at thtbtelotcicla.
in connection with county agents that provided by state law.
post office. He is remaining in town. I I domestic, says that this session'has
work Tuesday in Moore Haven.Mr. .
: been a sit-down Congress and has
,;, Bob Turner of Arcadia is PAN-AMERICAN EXPOSITIONAfter -! not worked either ignorant
,, '.: spending : they are -
& and Mrs. C. A. Davis and I effort the Pang'
a long, steady ,
, :1: : a few days in Clewiston on busi- of the facts or they want to distort -
; nes!. daughter, Connie Ann, spent Sun-I American, Exposition bill finally them.." While the legislative 312 S.' E. SECOND AVENUEAll
... day in Moore Haven with L. Davis passed the House. It came up this
-- program was not completed,

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Turner were and family. consent calendar, but was objectedto was due to controversial issues; and Outside Rooms With

week-end of Mr. and we had to wait days watch-
guests Turner'sbrother the terrific fight by those opposedto Bath
Mrs. Jesse Thomas, her daughter Private
when the objector -
ing for opportunity
:, George Turner in Avon measures. Later I will review I
Sybil Thomas and Mrs. Cecil b'e'
off the floor. Fin-
; .J Park. some of the general legislation which COOL, CLEAN, QUIET
.', "' Jackman returned Friday night ally on Friday, the speaker recog- was passed.
from Lakeland where they spent thesummer. nized the chairman of the Foreign Overlooking Biscayne Day
Miss Mary West of Miami Beach
I Affairs Committee and in just a
arrived in Clewiston Saturday. Miss I Theatre and
I Two blocks to Shops,
minute, it was over. The Pan Am- In Slavery Days
West is of the
Inn manager Clewiston George C. Wildenradt and WilLiam -, erican Exposition will mean much to In early days some states had I Business Section.

\ Beauty Shop. I McGowan, at work on a W. the entire Southeast, and especiallyto laws against the manumission of.

;, Mrs. Foy Durrence is spendi.ngI I A. Archives Survey project out P.I .Florida. We are greatly indebted slaves. Laws of this, sort were RATES

{ '. Jacksonville, are spending a few to Speaker William Bankhead and passed not only in Southern states, .
this week visiting reatives in W'estI ,but in New and
days in LaBelle. the chairman of the Foreign Affairs Connecticut, Jersey $1.50 Single
Palm Beach. Mr. Durrence will drive Pennsylvania. There were also
committee, Sam B. McReynolds for
i, : over tomorrow and return with her Ruth Merle and Walter Wooten their assistance. Without it in the many statutes passed prohibit $2.50 DoubleSpecial

: Sunday. returned Saturday from Clewiston ing freed negroes from entering:
closing' days of the session, we could-
Mr. where they spent a week with their bill.. other states. Family, Weekly &
,, ; and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and n't have passed the
: ;' Kim sister, Mrs.:; Mack. Mahon and Mr. Monthly RatesS.
son, spent the week-end in
Mahon. Wood of Indies
Amboyna East
Clearwater Beach They were guests WILD LIFE CONSERVATION ,
' Amboyna is a wood native to' the D. McCREARY, ProprietorgrMTotE
.: of Isaac Levy of Tampa. at his beach AND RESTORATION- This bill
S CBU/E'S CELEBRATE 11'EDDINGANNIVEfSA1Y East Indies and is most often used
cottage. passed last week and will mean considerable -
WITH PARTY for fine inlays. It is curly, mot
: to Florida. It provides tled, and orop" -bro\vn in "cor.
2i; Mrs. B. E. Nail, ;;: who has been I that funds shall be turned over to -
C" Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Cruze '
a patient at the Arcadia hospitalfor were
the states, to be used in restorationof "Temz"The
Thames River Is
two weeks, underwent a major hosts at a delightful party Friday
wild life. Great interest was mani- Thames river has been
evening at their home in Sagamore pro-
operation successfully last Friday fested in this. Congressman Robinson I nounced "temz" since time imme

and is reported as recuperating nice- Court in celebration of their wed- of Virginia wasp in charge of it I morial. This pronounciation is a

ly. ding anniversary. and praised the Florida delegationfor I survival of the time when it was

Guests were Mr. and Mrs. L. their assistance in getting the i spelled "Temze," also "Temse."

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Chadwick and Turner, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. ac1< A'I bill through. The Romans spelled it "Tamesis"

son, Wayne, of Wilmington, North Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, or-"Tamesa." The "h" in the name

Carolina, left Tuesday after spend- and Mrs. C.' E. Nail, Mrs. T. B. Shelley FLOOD CONTROL-The President does not appear until about the

ing a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Miss! Margery Hood, Miss Fran- vetoed the flood control bill, year 1377 and it was not regularly I

I W. H. Lanier. Mrs. Laniei>ancl Mrs. ces Morgan, E. E. Kelly and M. F. but this is not the flood control bill inserted until after 1500. The orig.

Chadwick sisters. Palmer.. inal significance of "Thames" is
I which contains specific projects, but I lost in obscurity. I

I. M. Pafford left Saturday for RACKSTRAWS ARE HOSTS AT I was a general flood control bill. It I

f, Brunswick, Georgia, ,to join' Mrs. I BRIDGE-BUFFET SATURDAY apparently conflicts with the First School for Sightless I

Pafford and daughters, Anne and' I ed regional planning and propos-I The world':; first-school for sight- '

Mary Kay who are visiting relatives Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw en- President's message on flood less was established in Paris in \
there. had originally come to congress, 1785. ACKSONVILLE .
tertained informally Saturday even- J
there was a dispute as to whether
ing with a bridge and buffet supper.; I FLORIDA
Miss Sue Maxwell of Pahokee it should go before the flood con-
- ', vis- Those enjoying the hospitality' of Mr. GARNETT ANDREWS Mnger
trol or the rivers and harbors com-
ited friends in Clewiston this XOTICRIn
and Mrs. Rackstraw were Mr. and phi
mittee. The flood control .committee -
Miss Maxwell has just returned from Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mr, and Mrs. the modern, fireproof hotel In the heart of downlown -
a two month's visit in Washington H. A. Bestor, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. rushed the bill out to try to take the compliance preparation with of the law annual governing as- Jaekionville. Every room wild tub and
I care of the situation. sessment roll of Everglades Drainage shower,loft water, ceiling (<*, radio, flatted
b 1 ..:0:.... and Virginia.. Miner and Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Smith. District taxes notice is hereby given pummel door ,.. Every Bed with innerspring
that said assessment roll has been rn+ttren and reading lamp. Running ice
((i> Miss Louise returned completed and a meeting of the Boardof water on floor.
Mary Oglesby IBS, ALSTONVINS HIGH SUGAR-The sugar bill has pass-: Commissioners of Everglades every

1' \ Tuesday, to vthe Good Samaritan PRIZE AT BRIDGE CLUB ed and is before the President at Drainage District will be held at the COCKTAIL AIR CONDITIONED SHOP

S Hospital in West Palm Beach for this writing. There is a general rumor office Building of the Miami.District Florida, 218 Shoreland at 11 tflNING AND MEETING ROOMS

treatment. She has made only partial Mrs T. B. Shelley entertainedthe that ,he may veto it, and this o'clock A. M.. September 7th. 1937. Rata.-Single' with Private Bath
78 Rooms $2 00 80 Rooms $2.50
for the of hearingcomplalnta
1 recovery from a recent skull Wednesday afternoon bridge action have been taken by the purpose $3.50
may und objections to the contents of such 40 Rooms $3.00 24 Room
fracture and it is thought an operation club this week. Mrs. D. G. Alston're- time you read this column. Floridais roll and the method and manner of 10 S
may be necessary before her ceived a pair of guest towels as high one of the few states in the u1f- preparing, the same. Slight me.t.i. (lot Joyblt asc.o+nev
recovery is complete. Mr. and Mrs. prize, Mrs. H. ,R. Hall a novel ashtray ion that has consistently opposed the EVERGLADES DRAINAGE ors.. I. B POUND H.i.l.

H. J. Oglesby accompanied her to for consolation and Mrs., Keath- continental quota system, so no DISTRICT, HOIK..TI PAtllHflr1 ..'._ VI MOHI{..>*.oesoio,V,G.
West Palm Beach. ley Bowden double deck of harm will F. C. B. LeGro. Secretary. .... -
a cards be done if it, is. vetoed Aug20, 27, Sept. 3, 1937,



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KATHLEEN NORRIS : ,,". ..,' .'. ;.. '... 0. ,., :.e ,.. .!'.>, '.'y t-,' '..' 0 ..-...... .'..: .' CKathleenNorrU WNU Service. accept posed."you the first time you pro-

"That's easy. You weren't

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He Was Done"I
CHAPTER" XContinued16 CHAPTER "How could 1 possibly get away, changed so. There's no use of three gave the referee ten bucks to

Quentin? What of the twins, and people being unhappy when with a see I won my big fight the other

- "No, 1 didn't say that there were But it was not a dream to hear Maddy?" little common sense everyone'd be night."

women who could do it," Magda observed the front door bang, and Quentin's "Well, 1 think it's too much for satisfied.' "But the papers say that you
mildly, in the pause, as step on the stairs, and his voice at you," Quentin persisted gruffly and "This is as much a surprise to me lost."

Vicky sat back defiantly and sipped the, door. stupidly. He sat with his big hands as you Vic. It came to me like a "Yes-the referee was crooked."

her tea, bridling, breathing hard, "Hello, Vicky! Having tea? Hel- locked and hanging between his thunderbolt the other day when

;. faintly shaking her head.uI just lo, Magda-Oh," said Quentin, his knees; his eye's were on the fire,and she told me what it meant to her.
- said that if a woman could do it she voice dropping "Serena? I didn'tsee his brow was slightly knitted."I She said she wished to God she "I Planted a Flower"Die

always won out." you." see," Victoria presently said had never met me-she actually when I may, I want it saidof

.. "Won the other woman's leavings, They shifted about a little, to slowly. "But how." she asked, aftera said that. She felt that'way aboutit. me by those who knew me'best

you mean!" make room for' him; Anna brought pause-"how could we afford that, that I always plucked a thistle

"Well in 1 And fresh toast and more tea. Vicky now?" "Now 1 owe her-I owe her some and planted a flower wherever I
:, way, suppose.
as I say, Vicky, it may go on for put her hand to her disordered hair; To this, Quentin made no answer. consideration about, it. She's got thought a flower would grow.-

years. Three years, four years- Serena sat, a picture of radiant After a time he said, irrelevantly: some rights in this matter. :t's Lincoln.

but then the break comes. Her beauty, in her loosened furs and "You see, I may have to be in too bad when it happens this way',
' brimmed hat, with the firelight and, but the only thing, is to'be honest
;:- husband-and he's just as good, or' town a good deal this winter. ,
.. as kind, whatever he was, as I I lamplight glowing in her eyes. "You mean overnight?" and to work 'it out for the best for CHILLS AND

ever-comes back. Unless she's said "Quentin, I'm disgraceful!" his "Sometimes. He did not look at all parties. And you must believe
, something he can't forget, or done' wife 'said. "But I've been on the her that it doesn't in the least affect

: something radical, he comes back. go all day." Her voice trembled: "At the club?" what I feel for 'you and the chil- fEVERFast

: Then it's the other woman's turn "Well, no. Swanson has taken a dren, Vic? I mean-that's separate.

. to worry-the wife is holding: thirst little place on Pine street, and he'd It's simply that you. come to a timein

teen trumps. She's got his' children like me to go into it with him." your life when you've got to be Relief for Malaria With

: his home, she's gentle and "But I thought Dr. Swanson was fair to all hands." This Proven Treatment!

kind and respectable, just as she V1illJjA11 going to Los Angeles?" "You mean that you want a di
I; always was." "He'll be back and forth, he, vorce?" Don't go through the usual suffer
. .,. "I'd never respect myself again I 0 II says." The instant she said it she knew; ing. Stop Malaria chills and fever

r'"; if I countenanced-encouraged that "I see," Vicky said again, pon- that it was a mistake. She should in Take quick time.

f: sort of thing!" Vicky exclaimed. dering. Her heart was beating fast, not have been the one to introducethis Chill good old 'Grove's Tasteless
Tonic! This
\\ I is
, : "Ugh!" i and she felt her spine cold-her word. But at least seemed to untried preparation.newfangledor It's famous

"... "Oh, men don't care whether you hands cold and wet. "It's Serena. be no shock to Quentin. He said, medicine you can depend a on.
encourage them or 'not, so long as isn't it, Quentin?" she added, almost with a half-smile for the fire: Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic con

you don't cry and fuss," Magda involuntarily. She had not "She says 'she simply hates the tains tasteless quinidine and iron.It .

observed, with her irritating power meant to ask it: it was said. word. She was divorced once, and quickly stops the chills and fever.
/ 'of making a point while not trying It also tends to build you up. That's
Quentin glanced quickly across at ".the idea makes her sick. I sup-
. } to do anything of the sort. "The her, looked back at the 'fire. His pose it makes any decent woman, the The double very effect next you time want. feel
you an
ii 'minute a man leaves you, w.hat.you a eyes narrowed, and she saw his sick." attack of chills and fever coming

.,,,?-. think doesn't matter to him any jaw stiffen.. I Whatever; you decide to do, on, go right to your drug store and
more. They can walk right out on d "Uh-huh," he said simply, witha Quentin," Victoria said, after a mo- get a bottle of Grove's Tasteless

,>., things, Vic. Women can't, quite. If b. little philosophic shrug. ment, standing up as an indication Chill Tonic. Start taking the medi.
,: 'you make all this easy for Quentin "You like her terribly, don't that the conversation was over, cine immediately and you will soon
l.- he'll think you're a good little get the relief you want.
you? Vicky pursued, turning the "count on leaving me here with
' All stores sell
drug Grove's
,; sport, but he won't care whether
knife in her heart.
the children. I couldn't leave any less Chill Tonic
50c and $1. The
,: : you do it by divorce or by just being "Oh it isn't that!" said
> of them-it would only mean latter size is the more economicaLTo
decent. L impatiently. "If it was just my expense and trouble for you. I'll

Stupefied by this philosophy, and liking her it wouldn't matter! Everyone I stay here-I'm glad we've talked

a: by the blankness and darkness of likes her. I don't suppose : about it, anyway and I think I'll go '

her thoughts, Victoria was still'star -..-- she's met a man in ten years who to bed. Good-night."

ing at her mother dully her brow .. hasn't fallen for her. A man-her I "I think you're a'' tremendous Get Rid of Acid

knitted, when Anna came in to an- = mother's doctor-she tells me he's I sport to take it this way. Let me and Poisonous Waste

nounce a caller. Magda had time rrcw.- "Y;":. one of the big men at Roosevelt hos- talk to her-she'll work it all out," Your kidneys help to keep you well
only for one more word: pital in New 'York now-asked her by constantly filtering waste matter
"But Mind You,-I'm Not AdvisingYou. Quentin said. The library door'' from the blood. If your kidneys get
"I've always thought-and I've ." to marry him when she was only closed; there was no other answer. functionally disordered and fail to
remove excess Impurities, there may be
been thinking it especially lately, fourteen. "He's a genius, of course," Vicky poisoning of the whole system and
Vic-that of all the I "Really?" Vicky said. And the body-wide distress.
girls ever her hand trembled, but no one no-
said to herself, against the surge of Burning, scanty or too frequent urination !-
knew you were the one to try the ticed Sunless Magda did, and she word-if he had been in any moodto pain in her heart, as she went may be a warning of some kidneyor ..
stick hear it, was like a sword blade bladder disturbance.
long way-I mean your no sign.
gave slowly upstairs in the big house You may suffer nagging backache,
guns, and not let what anyone does "I'll bet you have. You got the 'naked in the air. that of late had seemed so wintry persistent headache,attacks of dizziness,
make you anything but what you wreaths up? Did 'the Emporiumstuff "No, it isn't what' I feel for her," getting up nights, swelling, puffiness
and desolate. "He's a genius, and under the eyes-feel weak, nervous all
,, are. But mind you I'm not 'Advising come?" 'Quentin, hearing nothing, went on played out.
have times of not
'i' after a moment. "It's that-that Ican't geniuses knowing In such cases it is better to rely on a
You smarter when I think.
you. were "Everything's come, The
Ev- medicine that has
what they're doing or saying! won country-wide
.' you were born than I'll ever be." spare room looks like a 'toy shop." see any sense in hurting her. is in acclaim than on something less favor-
Victoria eryone says that Quentin a ably known. Use Doan's Pills. A multi-
"What about Spencer?
{: Vicky dragged her eyes, eyes into Vicky had gotten to her feet, pouredhis class by himself-he's temporarilyout tude of grateful people recommend
:' whose mutinous light a new look tea; she stood now, looking down asked simply" after a silence. "She of his mind, that's all!" Doan's. Ask your neiahborl

:,: suddenly had come, from her moth- at him. And as he glanced up, hand- has him. "
She looked at the Morrison
across -
"What did ?
:' er's face to the maid's face. But some, tired, relaxed after the hard you say i
house its Spanish roof
"Didn't she love Spencer? ;
her thoughts were still upon what day, she wished in her heart that ,
"No, that was a funny thing, too. and balconies, its oaks and peppers
he and she were dead and lyingin
Magda had said, and she had to
the kind earth somewhere She 'tells me were brightly lighted by the
have the repeated. warm
message Quentin told the whole story eagerly January moon. WNU-7 34-37UGLY
'7 "Did you say someone was here?" "1 believingly. It was the story i (TO BE CONTINUED)
only in 'Merry
came to
"Mrs. Morrison, madam. She say had told her I
Magda daughter
Christmas II
Serena repeated once I OF
says she just' wants to say 'Merry more. before; the story of the beautiful Word "Money" Has Been GET RID
Christmas! wheedled into .
woman on
"Nice that did! Well it's
you Used Since About 1250
Vicky's color under the glow of
the promise of love sure to follow.
the fire faded little. She turned certainly going to be a .cold one., That wealth consists of
a Quentin said. Spencer, and Ferdy: so long ago and : money or BIG
n'i; toward her mot her. Magda all the other men to whom these of gold and silver is a popular er-
shrugged. "Are'you going out tonight, Quen- beautiful women later were to prove ror which derived from the ,fact

'(Say you're not at home," Magda tin? They telephoned from the San" false, had promised to "love enoughfor that money is a common medium PORESPlENTY
said, in an undertone. Mateo hospital about an hour ago. two." of exchange and measure of valuein

"I stopped there on'the way down. "She's I Quen- trade The ownership of much
t: But an odd determined light had as sorry as am,
come into Vicky's eyes, and after a No, Bledsoe's coming, at about tin presently finished. money constitutes only one form of OF DATES NOW..DENTON'SFACIAL
hesitant moment she told Anna eight, maybe earlier-is that too Victoria was silent for, a' while, wealth, says a writer in Literary
late for dinner? And then aren't we MAGNESIA MADE HER '.
simply to ask Mrs. Morrison to looking fixedly into the fire. Then Digest.
come upstairs. A few seconds later finishing off the tree?" she said temperately:' However, the original meaning of SKIN FRESH, YOUNG, BEAUTIFUL

yk Serena came in. "There, ,isn't very much to do." "You feel that something must'be wealth was "well being; a happy
when ugly
It was cruel, this semblance to the done?" state "or condition of life; prosperity Romance hasn't a chance big
"I had to and 'Mer- sldn textuxe.Men love the soft
E come -
: up say pores
old happy holidays, this reminderof Quentin sent her a startled glance. as opposed to distress, but by smoothness of fresh complexion.
Christmas Serena said. She a young
s ,
ry belted the wonderful hours when he''and "Well, Lord, Vicky, she can't go degrees this meaning. was expanded Denton's Facial Magnesia does miraclesfor
from cold walk
into was rosy tweed a coat with, sables she together in their own house in on this way, you know. Her life embrace material property unsightly skin.Ugly pores disappear,
a long the depth of the winter's night, had over there is simply hell, that's and all utilities that result from the skin becomes firm and smooth.

lS' loose brimmed about tweed her hat shoulders drawn and down a finished off all the surprises for what it is. Morrison never has appreciated labor of man and are consumableby Watch your complexion take on new beauty

'' the children, had filled the dangling her, he's completely him. Later it was applied to Even the first fow treatments wilhDonlon'Facial
;; over her sea-blue eyes. "Gita was little stockings on so many Christ- wrapped up in his own troubles, and a large aggregate of real and per- Magnesia make a remarkable difference With
with me, but she went up to the the Denton Magic Mirror you can actually BOO
what has she to live for? and ultimatelycame
S mas eves! sonal property, the texture of your skin become smoother day by
children. You're not sick? And yet instinct taught her, and "What do you want to do, Quen- to mean riches. day. Imperfections are washed clean. Wrinklesgradually

=S! "Lazy," Vicky said. "I've been native courage helped her, to chat tin?" Vicky asked at last in a On the other hand, the word mon- ha I brought disappear.you entirely Before new you know skin it loveliness.Denton's

doing everything at once today, and along idly with Serena, and presently temperate, expressionless voice. ey has been used since 1250 for EXTRAORDINARY OFFER

(, about an hour, ,go I simply gave i_ to excuse herself and go off His dark rumpled head was sunkin coin considered in its relation to ":'Saves You Money
out." to the nursery. She left her mother his big hands; he spoke hope-' its purchasing power, and since 1300 You can try Denton's Facial Magnesia on tho for
f "I can 'imagine," said Serena. I with Quentin and Serena. lessly: in its character as a medium of most a few liberal weeks offer only.we We have will ever send you a full 12 oz.
"With so many stockings to fill. "I don't know. I told her today exchange and measure of value- bottle(retail price$1)plus a regular sized box

; Gita was quite envious about it, The only talk they were to haveon that I thought you'd,jump at takinga But in his "Wealth 'Nations," of famous country Milnesia as the original Wafers (known Milk of throughoutthe Ma shows

[: but I don't think it would be much the subject for almost a long couple of the kids off for a holi- Adam Smith held, as long ago as tablets what, plus tho skin Donton specialist Magic sees Mirror) .((all for

fun for one chile to hang a stocking. year came about ten days later, day France, maybe we could 1776, that "Wealth and money are you only$11 1 Don't your miss out on this remarkable oUox.
I never did it." when the Christmas tree had been close up this house ." in common language, considered as Write

r,.' Flawlessly lovely. Blonde and sawed into short lengths that were Her world was tottering about in every respect synonymous." today.TON'S

:';- fresh, her hair a crisp pale gold still draped here and there with odd her; she heard the hurricane shriek- Money used for wealth can be

S against the rough texture of the scraps of cotton and tinsel, and ing in her ears, breathed the rush of found in Froude's "Caesar" (xviii,

.., hat, her skin of the smooth deep when Vicky and Quentin had the smothering dust, felt the good earth 301)-"He) already owed half a mil- Facial MagnesiaSELECT .

!:,:. silkiness of the magnolia petal, her sitting-room fire to themselves shake. lion of money." We mean wealth, 1PRODUCTSinc. ,

; eyes blue-blue-blue; Vicky, study- after Magda had gone to bed. "You mean leave some of them too, when we say of some person .
ing her, once again thought of the "I was wondering-" Quentin be- here in the house with Nurse and a "He'll come into a lot of money LonglslandCityN.Y.4402-23rd St., 1

; phrase, "exquisite womanhood." gan, and stopped abruptly. "Won cook and take the others off to Eu- some fine day." Enclosed find$1 1 1

(- Victoria, watching her, felt an inner dering if you'd like to get away." rope?" Affluence, opulence, riches shouldbe (cash or ilamps) /
: trembling that was almost a verti- "Get away?" She was honestly "Well-" His tone was dubious, used only of material posses- for which Introductory send me your 1special 1

i to': go. How dared she I How dared taken by surprise faintly irritated. He was still tum- sions. With the greater part of rich combination. 1

>J she! Or was this all a troubled "Yep. Take Gwen and Susan, or bling his hair with restless fingers. people the chief enjoyment of 1 1

dream, one of those dreams that Kenty, if you liked, and go on a. "We could make some arrangement riches consists in the parade of : tftme_________._.___.__________
when she was too tired somewhere?" he said. "What I mean is, wealth which is never complete unless -
came or trip I
lying in some uncomfortable atti- Victoria sat down again, lookingat it doesn't seem fair to have you it bears the decisive marks of : Street

tude that twisted body as well as him. Her heart had turned to here slaving yourself to death for that opulence which nobody can possess 1 City____________ State._________-
themselves. ...................ua..
mind? ice. the kids, when-when things have but

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and grace and tenderness of it;
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First of a fleet of six, Is this new stainless steel streamllne, train built for the Rock Island Lines. Lower left- ,' : '
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Edward G. Budd (left), President of the Edward G. Budd Manufacturing Co., of Philadelphia, which built the ;; : \ : : : J ;;:3 ;
I train is pictured with his Chief Engineer, Colonel E. J. W. Ragsdale, going over the plans in a last minute r .:.:;; : f J-?"

Inspection. Lower right-large crowds swarmed about the first Rocket as It was operated over part of the '. of ,
system on an exhibition tour. This shows part of the 4,000 persons who saw the train 'during Its three hour ',,< J" "
stop at Albert Lea, Minnesota. O :
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LARGE crowds turned out at reduce the running time of the coaches of a conventional design. } :
of the stops on an exhibition present service, in some Instances, The Budd Shotweld process, which ?.T. < -
tour ,made by the first of six by about two hours. All are daylight controls each weld as it Is made.

new stainless steel, streamlined trains, air-conditioned throughout, creates this most advanced type of V'S.
.trains to be placed In service soon with the most modern facilities and railway coach construction.The .

by the Rock Island Lines. Two of striking Interior color decorations.The first car In the 'three-car r

these trains will operate daily between trains, built by the Edward G. trains contains a baggage compart .
Kansas City and the Twin Budd Manufacturing Company of ment behind which is the kitchen""

Cities two others will run between Philadelphia are pulled by 1,200 connected with a dinette compart- ,

Kansas City and Denver; the fifth, horsepower Diesel power cars built ment seating 32 persons., The second ,7' of ly' .. Merit ..., '" ,' .

a four-car train, will travel between by the Electro-Motive Corp., of LaGrange car has reclining chairs, seating

Chicago and Peoria. Ill., while the Ill 74 persons. The third car is the ob

sixth, another four-car train, will All of the trains are to be'known servation-parlor car, seating 48 per

operate between Chicago and Des as Rockets. They are furnished with sons. This car is equipped with a -',
Moines Iowa. radios, telephone service for the counter or bar for serving refresh

The average speed of these trains trainmen and are the most recent ments. In the four car trains an-

when placed on regular 'schedule, achievement In railway car design. other coach is Included. Each seat t 5'
according to Rock Island officials, The cars of. fabricated stainless i Is provided with airplane ash trays ; x.j; ; C r :r

will be about 70 miles per hour. This ; steel weigh only half as much as and Individual indirect lights. '
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1200 Southerners Are Area, Post Office Building, Atlanta, I England's Historic Bridges I ,

Georgia. Notable among England's his-

Recruited In ArmyMajor I toric bridges is King John's bridgeat I ;, ." See-I '.<'r" .' ,'

Truck Overturns Tewkesbury, which js said to ,,' : :
contain several of its original $ I. : :; /iU- "

commanding General: Forth George Corps Van Area Horn, an-, Killing Negro Man mouth arches,, believed and Monnow to be bridge the only at Mon-one r : ,ij. ii: '; YJ '

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nounced with a great deal of pleasure England that has a fortified gate- ,.,;f4 ; ,
(Moore Haven Democrat) way on bridge proper. A Four-

that the recent recruiting cam- Tobe Barnes, employed in the sawmill teenth century treasure spans the I >1" > j ::';
paign for securing young southern river Dee at Chester, and other : c ,; > "
crew: of W. B, Sapp of Fort : ; } ; ;:
men for service in the New England I Pierce was killed and several other early examples are found .at or .:;':-:/,: L'r: >
near Kidwelly. Hereford and Llang-
States and Hawaii was highly suc- negroes received minor injuries Sun- ollen. <
cessful. Over 1200 southern boys residing day night when the truck on which ; The Clewiflon ews .:. "t

in eight Southeastern states '.hey were moving from a mill site >

comprising the Fourth Corps Area near Immokalee to a new site be- Makes Steel "Springy" '. '. .'. ....
tween Fort Pierce and Okeechobee, Silicon makes steel "springy." It ::
are now enroute to their selected
overturned at the sharp right-angled is used to-snake car springs. Nickel: "

stations. turn across the railroad just southof I steel is hard and tough and is : ;: \
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The War Department has again Venus on Highway 67. I used for the armor plate on battle- ; ;" ." :;,,' ;: ':'' ':d' '' ., ; ;(
I ships. Tungsten and other metals : ;,
called General
on Mosley to secure The driver of the truck told County :
are added to make it hard. Such
enlistments totaling 550, to fill vacancies Judge L. E. Gyess who was called steels I ., ,
are used in high-speed cutting
existing in the Panama Can- to investigate the accident, that tools which retain thee hardnesseven I
al Department. 'lie was unfamiliar with the road and. when red hot. I. '
I 1 1I' I fIa ; Si {* m 1t" 1 4 'grr
lust before he reached the turn another
The young men accepted for Pan-
car whipped around him thigh 1----
ama will embark on a transport
":' \ I.I' speed and cut off his view of
scheduled to sail from Charleston, the turn markers. The passenger

S. C., August 27, 1937. Over 200 I I car made the crossing alright but

men have already been enlisted, the heavily loaded truck could; not D@ES YOUR] tIM STALL ISi1LY ?

however, there are a number of and crashed through the guard rail
choice assignments still open and ran up the railroad embankment: and

prospective applicants are urged to overturned on the railroad track. 1'

:., apply for enlistment without delay Some heavy articles of household
equipment were loaded on the truck
in order
.: that they may be clothed
:i.nd these fell on Barnes crushing;
., and equipped in time to sail on the
'. aim to death. Judge Guess declared
August 27th .
IJ. '. transport. it an unavoidable acciden't and no "

r;,: Young men between 18 and 35 inquest was held. ,
years of age who are unmarried, An A. C, L. section crew from I

t .c without dependents, and who are Venus came out immediately and ':.= .

k: found physically, mentally and mor cleared the track so that trains
could pass but It was some time tp
: ally qualified are eligible for enlist-
; fore all the wreckage was cleared
I; ment. Young men between the ages
away. There were seven
negro men
;. of 18 and 21 must furnish
the written
., and women ,on the truck when the
,:' consent of their parents prior accident occurred.Mr. .

ai: to acceptance.. All young men must Sapp. came for the body Monday -

..' furnish two character. references and took it to Venus for burial

, \"- from reputable, citizens in their com I
: .' munities. nE.E IPLOY IEXT OFFICE
r;,,,:, I
-,: The Army offers many opportun- RE-OPENS, THEX CLOSE: !! lllca ,

Sties for practical education and '
advancement The state re-employment office in

;,k for young men desiring Clcwiston, closed for two weeks .

to better themselves. while the. manager, Miss Leo Wi1- ..J.bLi .. i"I
; Service in Panama is particularly )lingham, was on vacation, was reopened $ \I:;

:' attractive to the young man Inter- the first of last week ad

ested in outdoor sports and recre- closed again on Saturday: when Mi's' .

c' ation. The tropical climate affordsan I Willingham resigned to accept a poI ..:"h ,; ,a. ,_".
sition in the District Office of the :
opportunity for participation in I
Board of Social Welfare in Fort My-
outdoor exercises the' year round. I srs. It is doubted that the Clewiston J .

Hunting, fishing, swimming and [I office will be re-opened until after '
participation in all major sports some settlement is. reached between tT

form a part of the soldier's training state and national govrnments over

' <".: in Panama. the administration of the 'employ- _
'S? Full information ment service. E

{ ;'. from the Army may Recruiting be obtained Station -- Miss Willingham left Sunday for @; jg t y000 COIF Cp50C LUBRICATES UPPER CYLBFMR and VALVES

." Fort Myers to assume her new secretarial -
home 0EA1CASE0
} ( Commanding 'General or from the duties in the welfare office wOW 1 INCREASES POWER SAVESYEAR .
: Corps the first of this week; st.
,1 aol ly

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