The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 1, 1937
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Ball Team OrganizationM. Enrolled In ;School


E. Morrison, coach of the Late entries in the Clewiston

'IS NOW COMPLETE Clewiston High School, is urging the P.-T. A. MEETINGPreparations school have brought the enrollmentup i SHOWThe
to the all-time record of 257 I
'.organization of a volley ball leaguein ac-
\cording to statement from the office -
town and hopes to find eight
Reorganization of the Clewiston are completed by the of Principal Bt E. Herring this I local Kiwanians ha.ve-temporarily -
I Boy Scout! Troop was completed this 'teams of 6 players each to enter into 'Parent-Teachers' executive committee week. The result has been a shiftingof I abandoned their plans for a

I week and the charter presented to a series of night games this fall for the district meeting to be rooms in order that the larger burlesque finding that the ,date they

the group of boys at the Scout House and winter. I held In Clewiston next Friday evening rooms might be given over to those jl had hoped to present the local talent -

Wednesday evening by F. M. Wright, There will be two boys teams from October 8th with, state... presidentMrs. with the greatest number of pupils. performance conflicted with a

chairman of the ,troop committee. C. F. Parvin and other officialsof However, the school building is previously arranged district meetingof
the high school, Mr. Morrison states,
f l i I The local troop has been inactive the organization in attendance.The taking care of the needs adequately, the Parent-Teachers Association.The .

I i since the spring of 1936 and has and the Kiwanis Club and other I meeting will begin at 7 o'- one of the home economics rooms is local P.-T. A. officials offeredto

been reorganized through the efforts groups are being invited to enter clock and will be featured by an address being used for other classes two per- move the time of their meeting

I of the boys with the assistance of teams. Any group of six players may I II by Mrs. ,Parvin, state presi- iods during the day, and thesmall forward so they might be through

Scout Committee of .the American enter as a team and it is hoped that dent, and Mrs. P. H. Dyal, state auditorium space is continuing in with the school auditorium in time
Legion, F. M. Wright, M. E. Von use as a study hall. the Kiwanis
I there will be enough players to chairman of. the health committee. for presentation, but
1-' Mach and B. A. Bourne being members ,Both; Mrs. Parvin and Mrs. Dyal are The greatest need of the school is the Kiwanians felt that the arrange-

i_ of the !sponsor's committee, keep the new court busy. able speakers and it is expected that for an auditorium, as the present ment might prove a handicap to the

who were also chosen as troop committee The concrete court at the school : their talks will be most helpful to building contains one large space, P.-T. A.'s who had prior claim on

I by the Scout organization. grounds is lighted for night playing, I II parents and P.-T A. workers.An which was intended to be used onlyas the auditorium and to their own

I L. C. Rosenberg is scoutmaster of I II I and will be used two nights a week. open forum period will be con- an auditorium. Even utilizing the play.It.

I the troop, Charles Benson, assist- Mr. Morrison emphasizes the point ducted at the close of the meeting, stage and hallways opening into the is probable that a benefit will

ant scoutmaster and Jack Wynn and that experience in the is 1 during which Mrs. Parvin and Mrs. present auditorium the entire school be given a little later in the season
James Winn are junior assistant game un Dyal will answer questions relativeto cannot be seated at one time.C. by the Kiwanians who are badly in

scoutmasters. The local troop is divided necessary. Each group will be givenone \ child health or to other P.-T. A. need of help with the financing of "-

into three, patrols: Bill Owen night's practice and Mr. Morri activities. The guest speakers are I E. ROP BINS TO BUILDBUNGALOW I the debt on the tennis courts at the

: is leader of the Panther Patrol; son will be on hand to explain the anxious that this period be used by HOME HERE Recreation Center. Whether the ben-

:, Owen Winn leader of the Flying game and assist the players. parents or P.-T. A. members to ( I efit will be in the form of a bur-

''I I Eagle Patrol and G. M. Waters, Jr., sent their problems and hope pre-I C. E. Robbins is clearing ground lesque or not ,has not been decided
leader of the Lone Wolf Patrol. There will be no expense attachedto this week for the bungalow which he
will prove beneficial to the entire upon by the Kiwanians. Anyway, according -
the playing, as equipment has I
The troop has 22 active Scouts group.At; will construct at the corner of Sag, to the members, they have

registered now, each member receiving -\ hand.already been purchased and. is on I six o'clock the group will be amore and Atlantic Avenues. The had plenty of fun preparing for the

his registration card from I entertained at supper by'the Home new home is to be located on Lot 3, play, which was an original script
All who
Mr. Wright at Wednesday's meet- are interested will please Economics department of the school, Block 363 and will be occupied by and included a take-off of many local -
contact Mr.
ing. The boys have been working Morrison by Wednesdayo 'j under the direction of Miss Mae Mr. and Mrs. Robbins and their residents.

for the past few months .on reorganization nights; .that may arrangements:: be made. for practice'I Whitten. Invited to attend the supper -I' children, Marie and Vollney. c t tI The' Kiwanis meeting this week

plans and have held regularly will be Mrs. Parvin Mrs. Dyal; I was held at the Seminole Drug Department -

weekly meetings. The arrival : I Mrs. R. N. Miller, district director, Yesterday Was Lasts Shop, with a practice afterwards -
of the charter is the result of Hospital Used To delegates from 'other P.-T. A. groups I at the school auditorium.

much work and planning and the and the executive committee of th Thursday Half.1Holiday After next week it is hoped that the

boys are looking forward ,to much House Inn ResidentsThe local P.-T. A. Among the delegates club can have arrangements for a

J worthwhile fun and sports in the expected are Mrs. Miller, Mrs.Hatch' ; T meeting place.

i Scout organization. Mrs. Homer Taylor, Mrs., Wade Car- The Thursday half-holidays, a

Members of the local, troop, in ad-! second floor of the hospital tee and Mrs. Dennis -Small of La- custom during the summer monthsfor

I dition to leaders listed above, are building, one portion of which had I Belle and Mrs. S. C. Stalls of Moore local stores and other places of t IMPORTANT NOTICEJ _

Dick Owen, Dick Patterson, Francis been left for possible expansion of Haven. business were ended yesterday for I

I Wright, Ed Callen, Charles Turner -,the present hospital facilities, is be-I this year and next Thursday afternoon Edwin Larson, Collector of Internal -
Revenue for the District of 1
J. D. Hooker, Louis Leiter, ing fitted temporarily to serve for a the business houses will remain -
i Morris I Dick Owen To
few months housing Florida, today announced that the i iI
Ford, Jim Davis, Hervey Bourne, as accomoda-i open for business as usual.
filing period for Information Re, '
... Bud Vaughn, T. L. Waldron, Jr., tions for a portion of the residents iI The holidays have been observeda :
I Sell Clewiston NewsDick I turns, Form SS-2 and SS-2a under
of the Clewiston Inn, which destroyed :
tInge Willis;r-Ed Roth, Jack Waters, : was 'month longer than usual this year I II
Title VIII the Social Security Act
i" Ed Von Mach, Bill Davis, James by fire two weeks ago. An and were started later in the spring.I s sj
I outside stairway is being built and I will not be required'or the period 1
: Brewer, Lester .Jacobs, Jim Holland Owen in future will have a The Thursday closings are ordinarily -
I ended 30 1937.
j the section of the building which is September ,
and John" ,Robbins.Freighter number of copies of the Clewiston effective throughout August. !
I to be utilized for rooms will be en- The next filing of Form SS-2 and
News for sale each Saturday morning -
tirely isolated from the rest of the :MISS GLADYS WILLIS' 17TH SS-2a will cover period July 1, 1937 !
i Goes Thru and all who are interested in
j building. Several bedrooms and I i ii BIRTHDAY CELEBRATEDMiss to December 31, '1937 and must be
purchasing the copies each week I
bath will be located in the wing, but i filed not later than January 31,
1 To Jax Dry DockMoore may see him concerning them. I
11 it is too small to do more than take Gladys Willis celebrated her I
We are sorry that a number ,who 1938.When
care of a few of those left homelessby I
I have depended on the salesboy for seventeenth birthday Tuesday even an employee attains age

( Haven Democrat) the fire. the papers have been disappointedthe I ing with a party given at the Clew- or dies within such period Form

The freighter, Lake. George, of No announcement has been madeas past few weeks. The paper, of iston Restaurant. SS-3, "Information Return for Em-

the St. John's' River Line, which was to plans for a new hotel buildingbut ,course, is interested in regular sub Guests attending included Misses I I ployees who attain age 65 or dies,"

brought through the waterway just it is expected that plans will be ,scribers, and prefers them, but real-'I Mary Warren, Elsie and Clarice will be filed 'for period July 1, 1937,

before the formal opening last completed within a week, and that izing that it is a convenience to !!I notwithstanding contrary Instruc-

spring to go into regular freight construction will be begun at an ,"many readers to obtain their paper Anglin tions on such form. example-: -

service between Fort Myers and early date as the need for the new each week from the newsboy, we i I Stone, Mrs. For the period-July 1, 1937 to December -

Tampa passed through again last hotel is acute. ,are glad to cooperate, to the extentof I I Bernice O'Neal and Ethel Willis and: 31, 1937.

Thursday en route to dry dock in I supplying him. John Henry Tuck, Charles Garner. _

Jacksonville for repairs. Whether it LADIES AID S1LA7ER TEA I, We are sure that Dick will be glad Boe Warren, Jerry Cato, Carl Anderson GRACE WARD ,ENTERTAINED ON

will be returned to the Fort<<; ,Myers I) AT MRS. DUFF'S THURSDAYThe to have your: name on his list of reg- Jimmy Hall, Carlisle Redish, HER 8TH BIRTHDAY THURSDAY

run later has not been disclosed. ular deliveries, and we ask that the Munselle Stone, Jack Keene, Court-

This freighter. 102 feet in length Ladies Aid will omit who have about land Aherent and Edward Brown. !
l its reg- many questioned us I II I Mrs. O. A. Ward entertained a

and weighs 288 tons. ular October meeting and ,will meetat the paper see him. I group of girls from the second grade

The largest cruiser: save one the home of Mrs. F. Deane Duff I I FIRST OF BENEFIT PARTIES yesterday afternoon .in honor of the
which has used the waterway to 1 for I I FOR LADIES ARE GIVEN
next Thursday afternoon a silver -i A CORRECTION eighth birthday of her daughter,

date was the Carita which came I tea in observance of the church's I iI --- 'M'illie Grace.A .
I I Mrs: E. C. the first of
through Saturday on the way to her 100th anniversary of its participation I The News made a misstatement of l Hallowe'en motif was carried

home port at Snead's' Island at the in foreign mission ,work. Mem-I fact in reporting that, the tennis!I for a series the of Ladies two table Aid society benefit at parties her out in decorations and favors. Each

mouth of the Manatee River near bers of the Society are requested to ,courts were lighted free for night guest was presented with baloons
f. Bradenton. This boat, owned by E. keep this in mind. home Wednesday afternoon. High
playing. and
and refreshments of ice cream
iv with A. A. Alderman __. score prize was won by Mrs. W.
E. Bishop and '
-- furnished cent ,
I Current is' for a a E.I
cake were
< Vaughn, jr., and low by Mrs. G.
as master weighs 169 tons and was
SWIM PARTY: AND PICNIC AT minute and anyone wishing to play included Ellen
106 feet in length. There were eight LAKE: ANNIE 'BY CLUB SUNDAYA Jin the evening should apply to the Smith. I The guests
;j' crew members and four passengers.On } Playing were Mrs. H. J. B. Scharn- Smith, Mary Louise Thomas, Nancy
office of the Glades Power
company berg, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. E.IP. I Jo Wright, Nora Oglesby, Louise
Tuesday of this week the ketch"Mystery"
swim party and picnic was giv- before closing time in the afternoon.The .
Mutrux, Mrs. G. E. Smith, Mrs. Prewitt, Katherine Dyess, Jo Anne
r came through on the.way en by members of the Ramblers Clubat flood lights and poles were
and Mrs. W. P. Crouch Harriet Alston, Patricia
H. T. Vaughn ,
Miami from Ft. This boat
to Myers. ,. Lake Annie Sunday The group the property of the Kiwanis Club,
i Vaughn, jr., Mrs. J. G. Niblack and Bailey and Sally Graham.
vessel feet in .
five-ton thirty
a I carried picnic lunch and drove to I and were moved from the old diamond "'

I length is slated, according to news I Lake Annie in Highlands county ball field. However, the power Mrs. M. E. VonMach. CLEWISTON COMMUNITY

,' ,| reports, to be on the way to South where the day was spent most pleas- company made the installation and
American on a treasure hunt.
: antly.
is charging the above rates for cur
Members of the denied this BRIDGE CLUB AT SEMINOLEMrs.
crew Those making the trip were Misses rent. I
story here. H. H. Benton, the owner Alma Anglin, Leona Akins, Helen I Forest C. Taylor, Minister.
D. G. Alston entertained Sunday school every Sunday
and master, was accompanied by two Archer, Violet and Dorothy Bethea, :MRS. C. R. CRUZE HOSTESS TO
9:45. Dr. J. W. Ezelle,
members of her bridge club duringthe morning at
male companions. Bernice O'Neal, Neily Geiger, Peggy I BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAY KITE .
Thursday afternoon half-holiday superintendent.Junior
Gallant, Clarice and Elsie Lammons,
at the Seminole.Mrs. 10:45 to
, Florence Slonaker, Mae Lily' Stone, Mrs. Cy Cruze hostess to
Nail received a
i 11:00 a. m.Evening .
Mary Warren, Renee Wethington,
members of her evening bridge club
: (Father J. F. Walsh, Pastor) Carmen Lee Rimes, Gladys and Eth at: her home, in Sagamore Court pretty ice bowl and tongs for high who worship. and sermon at
Mrs. Leslie Miller
Mass every Sunday at St. Mar- el Willis, and Courtland Ahernt, Wednesday evening. An ash receiver score prize. 7:45.

garet's Church, Clewiston, is at 8:30a. James Akins, Mack Fullwood, Jimmy was given to Mrs. L. A. Turner held low score, was consoled with a Junior choir Monday evening at
set of bridge pencils, and Mrs. G. B.
m. On the last Sunday of the Holland, Jack Keene, Luther as high score prize, hot pads to Mrs.R. I Thomas won a silent butler for cut 7:00.
month at 10:20 a. m. Lowe, Munbelle Stone, T. L. Wald-
J. Lee for consolation, and a Christian Endeavor Monday even-

Baptisms by appointment. Visitors ron, jr., Jack Wynn, Junior Waters, novel whatnot to Mrs. R. C. Nowling, prize.Pie a la mode was served to Mrs Ing at eight.
I Maurice Ford, Carlton Prevatt andJ. who made the cut.
Children's choir at 9:30 lucky Nail, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Thomas,' Junior C. E. Wednesday afternoonat
every T. Almon. I were
Others playing Mrs. Roy Mrs. Keathley Bowden Mrs J. W. 3:30. Mrs. O. A. Jones, superin-
i Saturday'morning. I Alston, Mrs: R. C. Wilson l\Irs. Har-
\ Ezelle, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. I. M. tendent.
Instruction class after -
every Sunday Mrs. Edward Schoen and children
ry Turner and Mrs. C. E. Nail. Pie
Pafford and Mrs. M. E. Yenawlne.Mr. .
Choir rehersal Thursday eveningat
; mass. Helen Lee and
: David, left and coffee were served at the con- I I
rI Wednesday ,for Oklahoma City aftera clusion of play. and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot and eight o'clock.
I- Nip of autumn winds across Lake two months' visit with Mr. and children returned Wednesday from Meeting of Trustees next Monday

. !\ Erie as winter approaches from Mrs. M. M Prewitt. They are join- Mrs.V'. M. Bradnack and her a trip to Thomaston, Georgia, and evening at 7:30.

,: r; Canada give tropical plants at the Ing Mr. Schoen who has been transferred mother-in-law, Mrs. W. S. Bradnackleft I to Florence, S. C. Mr. Broadfoot's Mr. Taylor will speak Sunday evening -

f Florida Exhibit what guides, are describing from Minneapolis to Oklahoma Wednesday for a stay of a few mother returned with them from on the subject, "Life's Supreme -

i as "that homesick look. City. week's in Orlando. her home in Florence. Vocation .
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__"'"_ IMPROVED-------- Heirs ftevivw of Current: Events


1 HITS NAZIISM IN AMERICAStrong It's fes-r ttatvnrYfc.ppine.5s bring : .

Lesson Words by Legion Commander President .

By REV. HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. Refuses to Abandon Fight for Court Rejuvenation It rm.tters not whit

Dean-of the Moody Bible Institute woes I've Vvt-d:
1YLesson. Newspaper Union. r ::7Ai11n about I 2.Is.YS fight them

with m\le.-\
for October 3
Our National Bird. As long i ZLS I

T AS VEGAS NEV. Those li
m DAD"
L folks back East who're agi- ;

LESSON TEXT-I John 3:1-6, 1824. '::"'.:...<. '. .:,. ,. : tating to make the turkey our .Jm 91 ltd .
GOLDEN TEXT-But as many as re .' : ,.. 'z- f\"I"CIOIf" d
ceived him, to them gave he power to become national bird are late. Benja-
the sons :of God, even to them that :"-: 0
believe on his name. John 1:12. min Franklin had the same no-

from PRIMARY Jesus.JUNIOR TOPIC-What John Learned iYd tion 150 .years ago.

TOPIC John's Way. s Old that the
Ai Ben pointed out eagle
What Makes Us Children of God? Y. was a robber and a tyrant and was

Christian Sonship. f'iii r i o us.European

"Studies in. the Christian Life." 4 monarchies, wherea- '" I Will to SucceedEVERY'morning'before I

What an attractive title, and what : as the turkey was i
s .
interesting and instructive studies not only our largest

we are to share during the com- y xN a.v4av and gamest wild r you be-
bird but native of
;ng three months! i a gin your in your
America.To .
When'setting out on a journey we mind the picture and register the

want to know just where we are be sure, young F" vow of masterfulness. Let that .

going. Just so when we take up a I 4 :: smart.turkeys They aren't love so to '" one ideal remain in your mind t.j

new study we need to define the all through the day. Think mas-
?7 get their feet wet so ,
limits of our subject. We are to ; Y/i terfulness, radiate masterfulness,
they die fromit.
study the Christian life-not life in may do everything to a complete finish.
In dry sections,
Irvin S. Cobb
general, not religious life, no, not young turkeys have Do not allow yourself to dawdle,

even life in a Christian land or dur- been known to jump down an arte- to waver in your decision, or per-

ing the Christian era. It is there- sian well 90 feet deep in order to mit yourself to do fool things, dur-
fore most appropriate that our first ing the day. Use levelheadedness
American Legion Members From West Reach New York City by Air- get their feet wet. But the adult ,
lesson in this series should tell us
good judgment in act. Go
plane for. Their National Convention.u'PkLd. turkey is wise and wily, a noble every
and howhe
Christian is
who the
spectacle in the woods and popularin about your work with the con-

lives. a cooked state, owing to his mag- sciousness of your masterfulness,

I. God's Children-Who They. Are : nificent bust development and his holding the ideal of your superi-

(w. 1-6). capacity for holding stuffing or insertion ority' your efficiency, your ability

1. They are "Born ones" (v. 1). V SUMMARIZES THE WORLD'S WEEK and his superiority when to reach the heights of excellence.

The Revised Version correctly ; Western Newspaper Union. worked over into turkey hash. Resolve every morning that you
translates "sons" as "children." We will make a red-letter day of that

are sons in our position, but we Legion Head Hits Naziism continue that campaign on his tripto The Sucker Crop. day, for if you are going to make

are children by the new birth. A the Pacific Coast, which he beganin PARLIAMENT, next month, will your whole life'a masterpiece

man may attain the legal relation- FOUR hundred thousand members and a private car equipped with a pass statutes to curb stock mar- each day must be a masterpiece.

ship of a son by adoption, but he the American Legion loud speaker. On< his way to visit ket tricksters, fly-by-night brokers,
their'families and friends gatheredin
can be a child only by birth. his daughter in Seattle and
on the and bucket shop operators who, it's
New York for the 'annual convention1 Great Men Stand Out
2. They are separated ones (v. 1). of the organization return trip he was to enter the, estimated, are fleecing the 'British
The world, that is, unregenerateman : which opened home states of several senators who public to the tune of $25,000,000 an- Great men stand like solitary

does not belong to this familyof with memorial were active in opposition to the Supreme nually. towers and .secret' passages run-
God. How hard it is for court enlargement scheme. ning beneath external
even service r dead vett.d.eons. We've tried it and it doesn't work. deep nature
church people to understand that Parades, -i -, As Barnum stated, a sucker is born give their thoughts intercoursewith

fact. They do not appreciate and sham battles and Vandenberg's Battle Cry every minute and sometimes higher intelligences, which

cannot understand God's children, twins. But the crooks I strengthens and consoles them
i plenty of fun-making "\A/'E HAVE just begun to fight" who prey on ,
because they themselves do not r marked the proceed- was the battle cry adopted the sucker crop, like the Dionne and of which the laborers on the

know God. ings, but the'former by Senator Vandenberg of Michiganin quintuplets, come along in batches. surface do not even dream.Causes .

3. They are glorified ones (v. 2). Y soldiers also gave a speech at Bay City that was That breed spawn close to shore and

"We shall be like him for we shall much time to SP-' taken as the opening of his campaignfor the young all survive.' .

see him as he is." What a, glorious rious business. Harry the Republican Presidential Thus is the rule of supply and demand -

hope, ,realized even now by faith in W. Colmer, retir- nomination in 1940. He made it evident balanced. In good times, How

the hearts and lives of God's chil- Harry w. ing national commander that he hopes to be the stand- there are, just enough suckers to go .

dren. The present difference be- Colmer delivered a ard bearer for a coalition party, as- around. In hard times, the suckers

tween God's children and the worldis notable report on his stewardship, serting that a realignment of politi- grow, scarce, but, when one ,comes Constipation

to become even greater, for in warning against dangers confrontIng cal parties is inevitable. Indeed, along, the crooks raffle him off and

that day when Christ "shall appear"for the nation from within and with- he declared,. this probably was the the winner takes all.

( he is corning again!) God's one thing that could save our national Anyhow, legislation won't save a Gas

children shall be like him. Spiritu- out.Colmer declared attempts to sub- institutions.He 'was not so sucker from himself-at least not ,

ally and morally-yes, and even jugate judiciary would destroy the sure that the opposition to the Roose- in this country. He'll break throughthe

their bodies shall be transformed. "checks and balances" in govern- velt policies would unite under a new law in order to prove he's a Nerve PressureWhen

4. They are purified ones (vv. 3-6). ment; and he proposed that the party name. sucker in good standing in the suck-

The standard whereby the Christian American Legion undertake an educational -*- ers' lodge.
measures his life is the purity of program on the principlesset you are constipated two things hap-
FIRST Wastes swell the
What Will pen. : up bowels and
Christ. The question is not "How forth in the Constitution. He Hughes Do? Restrained Statements. press on nerves in the digestive tract. This

much purer am I than my friends asked each post to hold at least OBJECTIONS to the seating of A WAYFARER in Oklahoma, who feeling nerve pressure, causes ells,loss headaches of appetite a dull and, lazy dir

and acquaintances?" No, the norm .one meeting this fall on the basic' Hugo Black as a justice of the claimed to have starved him line,,. SECOND: Partly digested food start*

for the Christian life is far higher, law. Supreme court on the constitutional self for forty-one days, on being stomach to decay(acid forming indigestion GAS, )bringing, and heartburn on sour

we are to be purified as "he is The commander's warning against ground that the emoluments of the asked how he felt, replied that he bloating breath. you up until you sometimes gasp for

pure." perils from without led him to con- office were raised while Black wasa felt sort of hungry. Investigation Then you spend many miserable days. You
demn severely German propagandain senator brought Chief Justice showed the stranger had been, oan't eat. You can't sleep. Your stomach i.lour. .
All sin is .a disregard of God's You feel tired out, grouchy and miser-
law (v.. 4). His children do not the United States and the alleged Hughes back to Washington before cheating now and then to the extent able.To ,
action of the German governmentin his vacation ended. get the complete relief you seek yon
was Associate of clandestine beef stew
thus defy Him. They have taken as a or a must do TWO things. 1. You must relieve
. ; .- their Saviour the one "who was fostering the organization of Nazi Justice Brandeis also returned to surreptitious stack of wheats, but the GAS. 2. You must clear the bowels and

1 iq;:: manifested to take away sins." groups and camps in this country. the capital and he and'!Hughes were wasn't it a magnificently restrained GET NERVES.THAT As soon PRESSURE as!: offending OFF wastes THE are

x',. There was no sin in him, and the This he called "a gratuitous insultto expected to confer on the matter statement? washed" out you feel marvelously refreshed
blues vanish, the world looks bright
,: one who abides in him has victory our free. institutions. and to examine the objections. Just For underemphasis, I can think of There is only one product on the again.market

: and does not live in sin. He may --K- what Mr. Hughes or any other mem- but a single instance to match it. that gives you the DOUBLE ACTION you
need. It is ADLERIKA. This efficient carminative -
:" fall into some act of sin, but in ut- ber of the court could do was un- In my youth, we had a policeman in cathartic relieves that awful GASat
President on ConstitutionA certain. once. It often removes bowel congestionin
Constitutional town with
- ter misery and repentance he turns lawyers our a nervous manner-
: half an hour. No waiting for overnight
," from it to his Deliverer.f LL orators on the one hundred agree that Black could not be de- ism of killing folks. relief. Adlerika acts on the stomach and both

f;:: God's Children-How They fiftieth anniversary of the sign- nied his seat because he was a One night, I was passing Uncle bowels.bowel only.Adlenka Ordinary. laxatives act on the lower

_.. Live (vv. 18-24)). ing of the Constitution were loud in member of the Ku Klux Klan, but Tom Emery's saloon and snack- has been. recommended by many

; Love is the supreme test of Christian praise of that great document. President many of them thought the court, if stand for colored only. A group of doctors, no and after druggists effects. for Just 35 years.QUICK No results.griping

.' profession. "We know we have Roosevelt, speaking from the it decides to take jurisdiction, could subdued-looking customers fetchedout Try Adlenka today. You'll say you have

:f: passed out of death into life, be- foot of the Washington monument, bar him on constitutional grounds. the limp remains of a dark per- -ever used such an efficient intestinal cleanser.

" ;; cause we love the brethren," says was emphatic in his expression of -* son who had been bored thrice rt/

:,.' John in v. 14 (R. V.). How far' admiration for and loyalty to the Eden Still 'HopefulANTHONY 1 through the heart.
1 :.. should love go? "We ought to lay basic law which his opponents have "Uncle Tom," I inquired of the HOW LONG CAN ATHREEQUARTER

': down our lives for the brethren" accused him'of trying to under- EDEN, British foreign proprietor, "isn't that Monkey

.:,-;,'" (v. 16). mine. But he called it a "layman's hurried from Genevato John?" WIFE
" / Such a sacrifice is not often demanded constitution" and a "lawyer's con- attend a special cabinet meeting "Sho' is suh."

of us, but the writer tract." He reiterated his asser- to which he reported on developments "How did it happen?" I asked.
to say that we may show that tions that the Constitution was in- h in the Mediterranean "Well, suh," said Uncle Tom, "It HOLD HER HUSBAND ?

spirit in daily service to those in tended by its makers to be a state- ttifi, :: situation seem like he musta antagonized Mr.
need. ment of objectives and not a rigid that is so threatening Buck Evitts."
document, and declared democratic f> .
1. In loving and sacrificial serv- European havo to work at marriage
ice (v. 18)). Words may comfort and government in this country can do %%: peace. He told of It- Smoked Glasses for Snakes. YOU make a success of it. :Men
all things which "commonsense be selfish unsympathetic,
-'s., strengthen, especially when they ple, seeing the picture whole peo- '? its aly's reiteration of 0 N THE way here, I attendedthis but may that's tho way they're made
as a
are words of love. Love does not have the for parity year's snake dance. The and you might as well realize it.
right to
expect. hs
stop with words, however, but acts, in the "anti- snake dance has become indeed a When your back aches and your
reflecting the spirit of God, who not "I believe that these things can M piracy" patrol, andit strange sight-for the snakes. If nerves scream, don't take it out
be done husband.Uo can't possibly
under the on
r only is good, but does good. Constitution with- was believed both the tourists don't modify their ward- know your how you feel.
out the
2. In the of surrender of a single one 'w he and Prime Min- robes by next I expect to see
assurance faith (vv. of the civil and year, For three generations ono woman
19-21). Assurance is the blessed religious liberties ister Chamberlain the snakes wearing smoked glasses. has told another how to go "smil
it was intended to safeguard," Mr. were hopeful that ing through" with Lydia E. Pinkham's -
privilege of the child of God. Well Anthony aEden Veteran snakes that have taken
Roosevelt continued "and Vegetable Compound. It
I am determined rupture could be
may we feel condemned when we that under the Constitution part during past seasons are show- helps Nature tone up the system
measure our lives by his divine those averted by a partial ing signs of the strain. The bull thus lessening the discomforts from
things shall be
done. yielding to Mussolini in this functional disorders which
m'atter. the
tests. But after all, even "if our snakes still hiss-as who could
Sharply condemning: dictatorshipsabroad British public opinion was said to women must endure in tho threo
heart condemn us, God is blame them-but the rattlers no
greater ordeals of life: 1. Turning from
Mr. Roosevelt
than our heart." Salvation does not there is be strongly against a complete con- longer rattle freely, evidently fear- girlhood to womanhood. 2. Pre-
crisis in American
depend on either our .works or our a affairs that cession. ing it might be mistaken for ap paring for motherhood. 3. Ap-
threatens our democracy and that Meanwhile events in the Mediter- proaching "middle ago."
feelings. It is
of God. plause.
? Does this ,
if that democracy is to survive, it ranean were not such as to bolsterEden's Don't bo a three-quarter wife
condone sin? God The commissioner of Indian af- '
\ forbid. .
;; We
are must meet the demands of the take LYDIA E. PINKIIAM'S .
'. rather pea peaceful designs. The Brit- fairs wants the Navajoes to
; so to walk that "our heart for grow VEGETABLE COMPOUND and
ple economic and social
>.: condemn us not." security ish aircraft carrier Glorious reported fewer goats. The Navajoes are balk- Go "Smiling Through."
and improved standards of liv- it had been attacked by a sub- Goat hair is
< 3. In unquestioning obedience (vv. ing. Plutocratic ing. a crop;
proletarian dictatorships .
: .' 22-24). The hallmark of character said he marine near Malta just as it arrived goat meat makes good eatingforan checks
are equally dan-
, :: in a child is obedience. Scripture to take part in the patrol of aborigine stomach, anyhowandgoat
&;-." does not countenance the unfortunate That the President has the sea. Also the admiralty an- smell is agreeable for Navajo MALARIA
not aban-
t;. standards of nounced an unidentified airplane noses. It seems to neutralize some in three daysCQIDS
men on this point. doned his fight for
B:1: The children of God "rejuvenation"of dropped six bombs close to the destroyer of the other perfumes noticed dur-
:: "keep his com the Supreme court was made UUL!
' mandments" Feadess. The British and ing shopping hour in a reservation
t which are beautifully clear by the tenor of his
: : address, French fleets began their search for trading post. LIQUID. TABLETS first day
,(4'" :. summed up in v. 23 as believing and it was expected that he would "pirate" submarines, IRVIN S. COEB. SALVE. NOSE DROPS Headache, 30 minutes.Try"RubIllyTlsm"World'r .
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d H4 1 : ? 1M-m S 6i'7:::( {Attt: f ':: ..% ASK 3SSE ? A Quiz With Answers efforts in bringing about the treaty .

I Q j ': tt:feIN I DEATH.[ t.I :IIE. )h ;:i. t ki : I AN' OTHER' on Offering Various Information Subjects of in sia peace 1906.in 1905.between It was Japan awarded and Rus-him

lt.* ;ii 4 k I;! i(1111 1iJ.11B; 4. The expert counters of the
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S:, Sequoia tree yield? the thinnest gold leaf possible, approximately as manyas
% 2. How out of a what color is itZ 40,000 new notes a day, and
:c ;;> &&2 many persons
<< old
11.y 'r. .... .,..i :xc:. S w ,. '. .'" ,,......,_-. million will live to be one hundred 25,000 ones.
: : :) &.: :') $ : "
.:. .: <<):::t )n"Gt; + ;) \ h% wr**tr i 'l4:; :0 ":& years old? 5. The oldest painting' of the

,&.. !P1l%%; ? '=ttit, t t.\4_ ;Z%({ "' {04. ,,:ro.v '?r\.YC FViC t1t t .fi ;iwf; l :" 3. Who was the first Americanto Answers Virgin and Child in existence,
<.h "" >>' "' > ') ''' '", ?:" '
ft' :f&6' itik 111 v./ <}. if."I' ;g; t 7.1. ; ri1i: ; !(;.1f jrftyt receive? the Nobel prize for 1. A giant California Sequoia done the about famous 150 Priscilla A. D., is catacombsin on a wallin

: [;% w; g. i) ', T' Ik 5Kiijj:1f1.tPw:gl.Ht peace tree yielded Rome.
4. How fast can be 3,000 posts, 650,000
r f.t. currency
".",."" ,."r :.r-m:',." fif",><". A.v 'tt' A. .S4. ".<.< /... :'."; : :it '. "" JFAslf. "'h'tti counted? shingles and 100 cords of firewood. 6. The average cost to educate a

\o '''.v v 'f.f.. ....., .g. 11f': m ,: :-'A >.f..,+.j1tg'' lIA v "n, v $: ''''' 5. Where is the oldest paintingof The Upper ;.one-third and the child in a rural school in the
f( t ii, iA'{;;; t/!:'. \,. : '} r.i t I ) "/.! 1lrr ... : the Virgin and Child in existence branches of the huge tree were' not United States is $53.31 a year,
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( W'1 ,t1 4 ':%f1.' ; 6. Does it. cost more to educatea 2. It is estimated about thirtyin about $96.18.

-;...; t" "' ', -m' :, '*'( i :' child in a city school than in a million will .live. to this ad- 7. In this condition it appears

fiJtjA J .. .*t A JI] '. t a rural school? vanced age. green by transmitted light.
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A Death Valley Road Through Rough Earth Formations. .
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I Once Dreaded American Desert Has ..7tt -

i' Now Become the Playground of Man

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Prepared by National Geographic Society Today a huge industry has grownup
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Washington D. C.-WNU Service.NEWS
and the groves there resemble
that the Thirteen
i those about Bagdad or Basra, in
had become the
i Iraq.Much
i. States didn't of the desert basin above

reach Pacific coast the Salton sea, with its duck clubs

and speedboat races, is still emp-
Spaniards till years later. Bar- ty; ,here and there are date and

riers of distance and desert other gardens of astounding fertility. -

were such that even after Cali- Men must have felt the heat

in 1850 the day they gave such l local place
fornia joined the Union, COLLECTING LIQUID "
names as "Mecca," "Arabia," RUBBER ON FIRESTONE "' '''r }
I still took weeks to mail
it get "Thermal and '
from Washington. No other Planes from Los Angeles for From these plantations ;

state was ever so isolated.Men Phoenix, Tucson and El Paso fly comes an ever-in '

hated the desert then and down this long, hot valley, entering ;' world's creasing finest supply rubber of the M'x< P

feared the horrors of death from from the north through San Gor- '' Money saved here and -I' +

thirst. Every trail across it was gonio pass. Grotesque tumbleweed, in manufacturing and ::<: i' K ;

strewn with bones of men and oxen rolling over deserts in hard winds, Firestone distribution to sell enable first- ". i .

and abandoned wagons. looks like brown bears at full gallop. quaLty tires at .;, ". ',
r lower ; ,5.
Now the desert is man's playground Not far from San Gorgonio pass, prices :

you may visit the site of one of

Planes, trains and motors, of many construction camps on the '
course have robbed the desert of its Colorado river aqueduct project

dreads. Now idlers in shorts, bright- with its miles,of tunnels. A worker r:. : AS LOW AS

colored pajamas, or bathing suits there once found a petrified egg WHYS

: sprawl about these desert pleasure about the size of a coconut. .
i resorts, as in Death valley, and fret Across the valley men dig ,the YOU GET MORE FOR

J if they can't get this or that favorite great hole that will carry water under : I

1 brand of imported mineral water, the San Jacinto mountains. Like YOUR MONEY IN .< '4 !

I all within a stone's throw of where the Indians before them, local ...,y:!_.. 1 1r
dying pioneers found not even a whites say that sometimes this JEll J.A
EST E : 1i i
mouthful of alkali water! mountain "growls. Geologists say I
j" I The sting has been taken out of I it is a "young" mountain; that if ,

Death valley completely by mod- there are growls, they may be earth STANDARD TIRES Virestone .'. i

ern transport. Much of it is now a tones from subterranean movements STANDARD' i

national monument, and winter visitors along earthquake faults.

I I swarm in over new roads, Earthquakes Now and Then. FIRESTONE builds a first-quality tile: made of 1 FOR PASSENGER CARS !

I' lured by its astounding physical ge Earthquakes occur here when one top grade materials and sells, it for less money 4.5020 $8.7O 5.50.18 12.95

ography.You block of earth crust slips past an- because Firestone passes savings along to.you,in the 4.5021 9.05 5.5019 13.IO .:
can imagine that here a giant form of extra values. Firestone controls rubber and 1
along an earth fracture. Sev- 4.7519 9.55 HEAVY DUTY
smashed the world to bits,
eral such faults extend from the cotton supplies at their sources, manufactures with greater
baked it, then spilled seas of paint 5.25.1811.40 4.7519 11.75
Mojave desert to offshore islands. efficiency and: distributes at lower cost. Because of these ..,Z.50 '
the colossal silent ruin. Na- .
over 5.5 -17.& 5.25-18 '
slip caused the Long economies .
ture's emotions from utmost
range Beach earthquake of March 10 1933. OTHER SIZES PROPORTIONATELY LOW
fury to moods of restful calm. Mud and hot YOU GET EXTRA PROTECTION AGAINST _

Stand on Dante's View, a peakin cracks that opened water in squirted the ground.from BLOWOUTS-eight extra pounds of rubber are added to Ie.:',I r Q$tone
the Black mountains which tow- Y
Many people every 100 pounds of cord by the Firestone patented GumDippingprocess.
say they saw a waning -
ers high above ,the floor. of Death this fiber of cord in is SENTINEL
motion pass across the field's By process every every every ply
valley and you can see over more which set trees, houses, and water saturated with liquid rubber. This counteracts dangerous 4.40.21$5.65 4.75-19 $6.70 ;.
weird incomparable
than 150 miles of this -
tanks to swaying, while up from internal friction and heat that ordinarily cause blowouts.,. 4.5020 6.05 5.0019 7.2O
region. the rocking earth 6.35 5.25-18 8.OO
Far to the west is Mount Whitney, came a deep- YOU GET EXTRA PROTECTION AGAINST 4.5021
toned, sound.If .
highest peak in the United States, roaring OTHER SIZES PROPORTIONATELY LOW
PUNCTURES-because under the tread are two extra layersof
a giant could seize the edge of
and below you is the lowest point in
North America, 276 feet below sea this region, as you might grab the Gum-Dipped ri r e s tone

level. And up the valley floor there lid of a steamer trunk, and thus lift YOU GET EXTRA PROTECTION AGAINST SKIDDING COURIER

stretches what looks like vast alkali the top off southern California, you because the tread is scientifically designed.
swamps; but that is an illusion, for would see below it one of Nature's. 4.40.21$5.43 4.7519 $6.37

it is merely a coloring of the desert busiest workshops.. YOU GET LONGER NON-SKID MILEAGE-because of 4.5021 6.031|30z3'/ CI.4.87

All Alone With a Chipmunk."Do Far into the earth, miles and the extra tough, long-wearing tread.
miles deep and leagues long,
live here all alone? a many
you run the faults fractures Make your car tire-safe now for fall and winter driving.Join the
or figure -
traveler asked' an old man who sat SEAT COVERS
Firestone SAVE A LIFE
in the quakes: but more important Campaign today by letting your nearby
in the his-
before an empty hotel Reduced to
Firestone Dealer Firestone Auto and Service Store
to man on top of the groundare or Supply
toric town of Coaches&
ghost Ryan. 4
the vast underground basins equip your car with a set of new Firestone Standard Tires Coupes Sedans
"Me and a chipmunk; he said.
"My friend'll be out soon so you that hold water for his wells and today's top tire value. s 29 5998t
other great natural tanks, from
can see him. He always comes to
# eat at ten o'clock." And at ten he that which oil for which decades he than has pumped DON'T RISK YOUR LIFE ON SMOOTH WORN TIRES!
more anythingelse .
I came!
has put this region solid
Borax and a few other 'minerals economic on a DO YOU KNOW .
first made Death valley a busy basis.

place. It was then that the famous Since exciting early days, when THAT last year highway accidents cost the lives of more than .:

"20-mule teams hauled the big pioneers bored and found oil in com- 38,000 men, women and children?

freight wagons with a water-tank mercial quantities within the city $Ilt! 95
trailer taking weeks on the long, limits of Los Angeles, its flow has That.a million more were injured? ASK"CHANGEOVER"ABOUT OUR CPr.

rough round trip out to a railroad increased, and southern Californiahas : THAT more than 40,000 of these deaths and injuries were PRICE

: station on the Mojave desert. become a financial and geographic caused directly by punctures, blowouts and skidding due

.1 Save one or two tiny favored spots center of a Titan industry. to smooth, worn, unsafe tires? FIRESTONEAUTO RADIO
where water comes down from the Oil Attracted Many Thousands.As 6 All-Ttfetal Tube*-&vcnpto$20.OO.S" DynamicSpeaku'II

Death valley knows no cultivation -
-canyons. .
with the land booms the
so in S
Despite sightseeing buses
days of oil excitement there 3995
At is section
left cut
and private motorcars that throngits 4\ :
hordes of oil executives, technicians At right is a section romanewPiresoneCu .
dusty trails, there is still some- : from a smooth, Tire Note the thick, Includes universal
thing very significant in the warn- : drillers, rotary helpers, der- u'ONllire,uitb non- .. non-skid protection control head
rick men, tool-dressers, teamstersand skid against skidding, "Cuttm Built Dub MiuatlojJ Anllablf
ing signboards which tell how many off blowouts and
miles it is to the next water. truckmen, roustabouts, pipe lin condition ilr.iabu punctures Come mend
ers, tank builders, refinery workers, to punctures, blow- 4r see a "demrmMORE THAN 2,000 OTHER AUTO SUPPLY
Different, indeed, its destiny and stock salesmen, adding their eats and skidding .: oration, ITEMS FOR EVERY CAR NEEDs
-seems from that of other California
thousands to an already heterogeneous
deserts criss-crossed by man's irrigation -
population in and around Los
Angeles, the fields of Kern county,
.' 'Once Arid Regions Now Gardens.
and the Kettlemen hills. One well

: Maps of barely 30 years ago bore in Kettlemen hills was bored in 1933to

the words "Colorado desert across a depth of 10,944 feet, a new rec-
I what is now Imperial county, with

r 60.000 people.If ord.Odd, indeed, to visitors is the

the prehistoric monsters who sight of oil derricks set out in the

left their tracks about the Salton sea ocean, down the coast from Santa

could come back they would find Barbara, which pump oil from be-
plenty: to eat now, for this below. low the sea. At the Rincon fielda

the-fea: region has become the na well has been bored which is more

tion's hothouse. than half a mile from the mainland.The .
Years ago a plant explorer for the discovery that holes already

United States Department of Agri. very deep could be drilled even
culture brought some date suckers deeper and actually deflected to Listen to the Voice of Firestone Monday evenings over Nationwide N.B.C.Red Network

from Arabia, which were planted reach new sections of oil pools has

experimentally, at Indio, in the Coa- given Huntington Beach a new
of the World
chella "valley. boom. Reading the Advertisements Is a Good Way to Keep Abreast



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The Clewiston News WHERE DO WE TRADE? great care the proceedings of their find to get our minds straight on the possibility of injury from mass

meetings in which it Is plain that just which player belongs to which play is minimized and the game is

In these days of hearing much they 'stand united behind their coun- team so wen intelligently follow open enough for spectators to follow -

Published every Friday in Clewiston, I pro and con the chain store situation try-in peace or in war, in prosper- the Series. every exciting development.The .

Florid by the CLEWISTON NEWS, we were Interested in a recent ity or depressions.So Some day when the dream boat new game is a hit. New

Inc compilation of figures givingthe I have sat down in this hotel I comes in laden with gold bullion or schools are taking it up every day.

proportion of retail business bedroom to write the above lines, other wealth, we'll loll back in our In coming issues The American Boy

KEATHLirV: BOWDEN, Editorr done by chain and Independent storesIn and to add my words of approval easy chair and learn all about the ells the world about this practicalnew

-- each state in the Union. The com and prayers of thankfulness that we current baseball heroes and enter, game. In addition, it presents
Entered as second class mail matter pilation was made by the United have in this country such men as we suppose our second childhood.Till The American Boy Official Handbook -
February I, 1927, at the Post Office In ? In thundering tones then take which be obtained from
Clewiston, Florida under the Act of States Bureau, .of the Census and s have spoken we our sports in can
larch 3, 1597.Subscription. the result of an accurate survey. We these days for peace, and against any spurts tennis over the week- the magazine:: at 20 cents a copy, or

find that Florida as well as the more hellish wars such as they saw end; baseball over, the radio. 15 cents when bought in bulk.

Rate $::.00 Per Year. nation as a whole, does most of her with their own eyes in foreign lands NOTE: Subscription prices of The

,Advertising: Hates On Application. trading at the independent mer- from which many of their friends The Spanish speaking lads are American Boy will be raised in the

chant's establishment.The and comrades never returned.RAMBLINGS. making fine progress jn their American near future. Send your subscriptionorder

figures show that sales of independent surroundings. They are fine- at once to take advantage of

Devoted fare of Clewiston to the advancement and Ilendry and County.wel- merchants amounted to ........................................................................................................1 looking lads, good sports and with I the bargain rates now in effect; one
75.8 percent in Florida. In the nation I their good dispositions they are do- year at $1.00 or three years at 200.

the Independent merchant'ssales : ing more than their share in the dif- Foreign subscriptions 50c a year ex-
Driving nails Is part of the Dionne were 73.1 of the total. In actual ficult adjustments. Father Walsh tra.. Send your name, address and

Quintuplets education. Just like every dollars and cents Floridians .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:....:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:"..:. found himself confronted with four remittance to The American Boy
other three year old-and don't spent $322.682,000 with independent new church members whose langu- 7430 Second Blvd., Detroit Mich.

they love 'em? merchants and, $94,393,000 in There's a new ribbon in the typewriter age he did not speak. His education On .,newsstands the price is 15c a.

chain stores. National totals were a fresh pad of typewriter pa- included a speaking knowledge of copy..

An exchange says the cocktail $24,246,112,000 in Independent'ssales per in the drawer, and if the old four languages besides his own, hut

and $8,460,611,000 in chain bean were as well stocked with though French, German and Italian
lounge Is the room behind the bar Many Squat on HaunchesAt
sales.SAFETY ideas what a column this would be! offer no handicap to him, his new
all dressed up nowadays, so ladies store least half the people in the
Another Monday morning duty members spoke only Spanish. How-
will have to to drunk world
a place go get particularly Asians and Africans -
has been performed. We cleared out his extensive knowledge of
PUPILS ever,
in style. FOR SCHOOL prefer to squat on their
the pocketbook. In addition to the other languages did help ,him In haunches rather than to stand or

extra car keys the office and house that he could understand the meaning sit. They take this ungainly posi-

Patricia Maguire, pretty 32 year I With the schools of the county keys, 26 cents in change there were of the Spanish words, though he tion at every opportunity when trading -

old girl who slept the last seven again in operation the motoring only the usual items-four pencils, could not reply in Spanish.The gossiping, waiting or resting iJ

years of her life succumbed to an public should again renew' its safety a small memo book, six paper clips, blackbirds are waning often holding it for hours at a time. .
attack of pneumonia. A brave fight pledge for the protection' :of schoolchildren Collier's '
three rubber bands a fountain pen, For several weeks they have risenas Weekly
of her doctors and relatives was and should practice more
rubber check that
slip a
a deposit a black cloud and with a great
than ever those precautions
lost. I we constantly carry in the hopes amount of chattering from the THE CLEWISTON NEWS,
which will reduce to a mini-
accidents the highway. that the signee thereof will forget grass and weeds where they have SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 A YEARS

If your radio needs a tuning at- mum Despite all efforts on of school and I t and leave a little money in the bank feasted on seeds. Perhaps most of

tend to it now for the radio man law enforcement officials, despite a clipping about waxing tomatoes the seeds are gone for they are not
will be swamped next week with that we are going to show Jim so plentiful.
carried on by
campaigns newspapers
those who put it off till the World Beardsley a clipping on the road
churches clubs and other means
Series starts. That's when a radiois 164 contract, that we are going to
every year motorists are responsible There's a plentiful supply of quail ;
give Elbert Stewart, a reciept for J
really worth while.
i for accidents' resulting' in loss of again this year, if hunters will just
box rent for the next quarter.
life of Innocent cI1 Ic1Ten. If every leave them alone till the season
And with those trival details off
The St. Petersburg Independentsays driver of a car would remember "It opens. Several covies are right i in
our minds here's the ,first of the
if you don't believe Californ- COULD happen to me," Me would town and occasionally you may seethe
Jaans appreciate Florida grapefruit always drive strictly in accordancewith mother' as she 'proudly leads her

juice look at a label on a can of all .the safety laws and regula- The Tampa Tribune quotes a public -I children across the road in search of

Del Monte grapefruit, juice. On one tions, so that should an accident occur speaker as saying "If there werea food. Quail are such' genteel birds it

side under the trademark Is the he would be blessed with a free sudden law of the universe thatno I seems a shame to kill them but they
in one should talk unless and until are likewise the best eating in the
caption large letters "Florida conscience as to the extent of re-

Grapefruit Juice". On the other sideis sponsibility.If he or she has something to say' ,I world.In .
the line there would be absolute silence 23 order that the wives may have
"California Packing Corporation you were to have an accident,
- hours out of the 24." The Tribune something appropriate to read to
Main Office San Fransisco, would your conference be free? I
Calif." This firm could have used continues to says that newspaper their husbands, we close the column

California grapefruit or even Texas columns such as this would be only with this little clipping:

grapefruit but knowing our Florida YOUR CREDIT white space about 90 percent of the "There is a young man who occasionally EASY WITH,
grapefruit is finer came all the way I time.A. wipes the dishes for his

'to Florida to get the superior flav There are in every community few weeks ago it so happenedthat wife. The other day he rebelled say- tppYMENT

'-, or. people who repudiate moral obligations -i the copy for Ramblings was jng it was 'not a man's work'." S

who shun, duty aside and actually misplaced. The operator missed i it "The wife got the Bible and read PLAN

.AIR. HARRINGTON RESIGNS hope to escape payment 'of I and asked about it. During the from II Kings 21:13: 'And will wipe

-- their debts through some sort of I search the better. half turned to, me Jerusalem as a man wipeth a dish

The technicality., While; .it is ,possible that, I i and said "there's a_ typewriter, wiping .it, and turning' it upside Give your children every
announcement that'J.:
J. Har- '
the obligation may not, in every instance write it again." Oh no, no, says we, down'." opportunity they deserve in
Tington has resigned as vicepresident i-1 I creditably Just there still "it's bad enough the first time and "The young man is still doing his I I your own home. A playroom

and general manager of the remains the duty to meet those that if we did the same thing again, it job!" -Ex. den, workshop, complete

United States Sugar corporation Is are, or at least to acknowledge them would only be worse." A fellow edi- freedom. All these plus .

being received with genuine regretn and make an honest endeavor to do tor who writes a similar column AMERICAN ROY INTRODUCES security are theirs and yours

Clewiston where Mr. Harringtonhas so. Refusal to be bound by a moral agreed. "I never read mine over for A XEI"OOTBALL GAMIn in your own home. You' can
been a, progressive and Interested destruction purchase a home now and
obligation can only mean
I'd never print it if I thought it
resident since I like rent over a long
his connection with pay
of credit later and in
the company began. sooner or seemed as silly to the readers as it i I I the. early fall issue of The American period with our Budget
this as in every community credit does to me ." words failed him. there'll be Monthly Payment Plan. It's
Boy the
Under the direction of Bi ting, Incorporator and personal character march hand- Let us console ourselves, felloe advantageous to buy or build
which undertook the reorganization In-hand. If 'you destroy one you destroy columnists, pie shouldn't be all crust story ball-fast a new game.-six-man foot- now in face of rising prices!
professional football
of the old Southern both.,""Keep your credit good"is as ,
and filling. The meringue serves a
,: Sugar Corporation Mr. I wide open as basketball thrilling as
Harringtonhas the sound advice of
every -
definite purpose even if it is only I hiockey!
proved conclusively to the world : business man of today. It is the 99 percent air bubbles. So be It
.... that can and Is advice I I The game came to life throughthe
produced In, that* was handed to the older with the columns. Clewiston Federal
I I II need of small schools for some
the Florida Everglades on a profit generation; it should be still better ,
Football has arrived. The
I'I substitute for 11-man football, which
-; able basis. k
for the rising generation because its
Pahokee team lost its first game was' too expensive. Stephen Epler, a Savings and Loan
: Jay W, Moran who succeeded to future is before it. But it will not bea 6-0, but what a game it must have Nebraska graduate student in athletics -I

(": the vice presidency has been treasurer very pleasant future for those who been. Pahokee incidentally has one developed: the game of six- Associationfcloderate
of the organization and has deliberately destroy their credit by
of the best fields in the state, and man football to meet this need. In
:,,, been actively associated with Mr. repudiating: their moral obligations. being wonderfully well lighted for six-man football anybody can score,J)1 Vi2 @Rt?'
Harrington in the work. His elevation Brooksville Journal. night playing Pahokee is lucky in

;:. to the vice presidency is welcomed having many home games, scheduled

k by the rank and file of the THE :AMERICAN LEGIONJ. each year. There are placards a-

':' organization as well as b.Y' the towns- round| town listing the games in case . . .
; people generally. E. .Jones you are interested and it's not far

W'. New York, September '37._ I to Pahokee. Bob Beardsley playedthe ,

'' FIRE LOOTERS saw the American Expeditionaryforces full game the other night. If ._

: shove off to war in 1917, andI there's anything in ap.pearances he

> saw General Pershing astride his should have had reserve strength left t,
It incredible
9 : seems but the fact
/' remains that after nearly every fire famous war-horse "Jeff" leading when the last whistle blew. Whata jI CLEWISTON 60LF

r-, there are: some thoughtless or wick- that never-to-be-forgotten proces- physique that boy has! He is apparently .

s >' ed individuals who? pore over the sion of returning soldiers, down tireless in ordinary sports. I
f:;.: : scene of the fire searching for something Pennsylvania Avenue past President We personally never get suffi- t

i:.: of value that the "flames did Wilson in his reviewing stand. They ciently interested in football till the COURSE

,,,(.'. not destroy.. were as chastened and seriouslooking World Series is over. Some people '" '.
young men as I shall ever see seem to follow both sports with
1 No matter how complete the : >
< con- in my lifetime. equal interest but perhaps it's our .i. ', %
;: flagration may have been some seem : i.\ l
::'' to think they will find something of Again I have been among these single track mind. Or maybe the day ;
same men for several days here In and age in which we spent our '; :
:: value they can "take" (they New York City The "big parade"up childhood. At any rate, being raised
> n't
call it
WOUld-I I Fifth Avenue was as fine a spec- between two brothers and with no
1;i'. It so happens that
tacle as ever, pleased and satisfied sisters, we were forced into the base- "-
:>'.: was so complete that nothing of the the eyes of 2,000,000 spectators, of ball world. Girls nowadays seem to

,'. building or its contents remain. The whom I was one today. I say "satis- limit their heroes to the movie rr

looters could find nothing of value fied", because these men are the radio world, but at the tender age to the Public .
i\: .: except shrubbery. So what do they walking proof of the strength and of twelve we were worshipping at .. Open ] > .
do? They dig dozens
,. up of valuable progress of our great Republic. The the shrine of Tris Speaker Christy
crotons and 'amaryllis bulbs and cart chastened I ...
A' serious lads of 18 years Mathewson and Ty Cobb. If your ..
:. them off. Mrs. Downs had considerable past who broke
out into riotous dis- memory is good, you can put our
>.- investment in. her plants par- orders at their earlier .
gatherings age down very ,accurately. An old
\'';. ticularly the shrubs just mentioned, -,.til1.t'etaln, a very noticeable love for shoe box was filled with their pictures 'i'
f :-. and it seems worse than heartless fun. But I give testimony that from
. they newspapers, magazines Ht
} to drive in behind all
an destructivefire
ire tar more orderly, en masse than and cigarette coupons (oh, so you
and take the few remaining liv- most of the crowds I have
seen in remember, too? -that, gives your
;' :, ing plants and shrubs. great conventions of certain fraternal age away). We rattled off their ,

Whoever you are, fire looters, organizations and national sod- clubs, their team-mates and their:' Green Fees

here's hoping the shrubs .all die and eties. National political gatheringsare baseball histories as glibly as today's .

t-tc the bulbs never bloom. No, on sec more disorderly.A high school girl can tell you the. cur- : -
,. Exceptional Fairways
:.: ond thought we hope they grow to veteran policeman in answer lo rent husband and wife of her favorite i i ..

,'.;.';. immense size and are so laden with my question said: "Behave-why stars. interesting Greens =

::' beautiful colored leaves and flow they are far above the average; the And now with the rest of the. .t.

r' ers that everyone who sees them police are letting them run the city world and its responsibilities crowd- .

;., says, "What lovely pI'ante. WHEREdid and (he laughed) they seem to have ing in on us, we wait till the World 'I AI' .?.

> you get them?'* And then may improved on the work of the police" Series is just around the corner and

you hang your head In shame. Tonight I have been reading with then hastily read everything we can
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.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..y Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hackett returned New Serial To Start Soon The AmaryllisThe
Sunday from a two weeks va- amaryllis is a member of the

*_: Personal Mention :*_: cation in Western North Carolina. Amaryllidaceae family, a close relative -
of the Some of the
They also visited Mr. Hackett's par- lilygroup.
I -.: .X................................................................................. ents in Brunswick en route. members of this family bear flow-

I $ Mr. :n.d! Mrs. Carl .S ;IO.; :; Okee- ninety ers of a genera lily-shaped are included contour. among About

chobee were Sunday visitors here. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Crouch, Mr. which will be found approximately

and Mrs. E. L. Stewart, R. L. Coker 1,050 species. Many of these are

Dave G. Alston made a business; and Miss Sue Maxwell spent Sunday bulbous plants such as the amaryllis -

trip to Miami Tuesday. on a fishing trip, in the ocean near itself, the zephyranthus and the
Palm Beach. I crinum. This latter variety is not
unlike the amaryllis in either the
Mr. and Mrs. B. .E. Herring were '
shape or perfume of the flowers.
Friends of Mrs. A. W. Sias are
visitors in Fort Saturday.Mr. .
Myers The bulb, however, is its mark of
delighted to learn that she is recov-
distinction, sometimes approachinga
and Mrs. J. Grady Niblack ering rapidly from a major operation length of two feet and a width often

were business visitors in West Palm I performed at the Good Samaritan r'f' to twelve inches.
Beach Thursday. hospital in West Palm Beach 1 ir

Monday.Mrs. .

Werner Amrein returned Tuesday RAIFORD'S RHEUMATIC REMEDY -

from a visit of several days in Jaclti' B. P. Luce arrived the latter fIi1 has relieved Muscular,

sonville. part of the week from Martha's ? Rheumatic and other bodily pains

Vineyard, Massachusetts, to join Mr. for 15 years; also used for Athlete's

Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, jr., Luce who is employed at the sugar I Foot and other Foot Troubles. Easyto

and son, Harry, have taken an apartment house as assistant superintendent. 'S9' ufiSfj a, 4A4 make. Ingredients bought at any

at the Barracks. drug ,store. Don't suffer. Send only

Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and $1 for formula. Satisfaction guar-

Jones Bryan returned Saturday daughter, Emma Jane, returned 1<') 4M 5W'J anteed. E. E. Raiford, B. 91, 'Okee- ,
from a visit in Jacksonville and Sunday from a visit with relatives in 4'l e' f d: chobee, Fla. 4tD-N

Tampa.Joe Graceville, Florida and Mobile, Ala- L .

bama. They: also visited Mr. and

Cato spent the week-end with Mrs. J. A. Rumbley who recently 1 ...

, t Mrs. Cato who is visiting relatives moved to Mobile.F. L. B. MershonAGENT

I. in Arcadia.

__ C. Halmos of Los Angeles arrived .t+ '
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Oglesby and Sunday from New York to 4 New Ydk Life i "'
i Miss Mary'Louise Oglesby spent spend a few days with his niece, Mrs.

:'I Thursday in West Palm Beach. M. M. Prewitt and 'family Mr. Hal- Insurance Company .:;

mos, who was en route home from ARCADIA, FLORIDA .
\! I
il\ Mr. and Mrs. Claude L. Downs the American Legion convention, '"

jl left Tuesday afternoon. a visit of left Wednesday for Los Angeles.Mr. I :

I j several days in Miami. J. M. COUSE "'

1 Harvey and Mrs. W. M. ,McCrackenand I
Mr. and Etherton Counselor and Attorney at Law
children, Bill and Marjolaine,
and grandchildren of Moore: Haven Hopkins Building
II have moved from the Schult apart-
were visitors here'Sunday.L. ; ments into the home with Mrs. Mc- Wednesdays and Saturdays ::1

Cracken's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. 0:30 to 4:00 .
R. Oliphant of Marietta is vis-
N. Gallant on the government res n 3' : N'
iting his daughter and son-in-law, dry
ervation.Mr. r '
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson. NORGE REFRIGERATORS

f dL Furniture and Home Furnishings ,
I and '''Mrs. G. E. Smith had as .
Gus E. Wenzloff of Miami arrived -
their guests Sunday a group of } PHILCO RADIOS
and is at the eY
Monday employed in L
friends from their former home

sugar house for the season. Cuba. The guests, Mr. and Mrs. F. Household FurnishingsInc. .';:;

I S. Roundy and Dr. and Mrs. Erm- "
Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and Mrs. Ed- vacationin '
ando Moya, are spending a
:ward Schoen were business visitorsin to -
Miami and will soon return :
Fort Myers Tuesday. their home in Central Macareno, BELLE GLADE. ELORID4 11'S
t- Manopla, Cuba. -1
Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Maynard and ,, .o.- ; \ !

family spent the week-end at Fort ..Jld '
L. C. Sturgiss returned this week ,: I

Myers Beach.T from a motor trip through several I ss .:::1 f

midwestern states. Mr. Sturgiss, who ,
Mrs. A. C. Carlton returned Tues- .]
was living at the Inn, states that he TfllamiStep '"
day from a visit of a few days in '
Fort Myers. lost all personal belongings except S,,. : 4r, ,'' 4 a 1 flORIDA .:, i
CCrr the few things he had with him on 1.5 ,xlA
.iI) T
the trip. His loss included jewelry
"; Mrs. J. J. Graham and daughters, 'IrD
and other articles of value as wellas
I Florence and Sally have returned rt:] ,;
pictures, war souvenirs and sim- m ,
II from a visit of several days'with relatives -
lar items.
: in Jacksonville. I -- ; ,

I Clifton Rich spent the weekendin I' Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Moon arrived l
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Clarke and
; Clarence R. Bitting of New York, Fort Myers with Mrs. Rich and Thursday from Springfield, 0., (iI
daughters, Morella and Gloria Anne,
: president of the United States Sugar I their family.H. where they spent the summer. They
left Thursday for their home in
corporation, is spending several daysin were accompanied by Roy Helminfof IiQ fl1 'l
Trenton, New Jersey, after a visitof
Clewistoa l, on business. H. :McCall and George Anderson Greenville, O.:, who \will spend 'awhile several days with Mrs. Clarke'sparents
Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Gallant. attended the theatre Thursday here. <<:i
Mr.; and Mrs. T. W. Weeks and night in Fort Myers.: LF't11.;
I Miss Peggy Gallant accompaniedthem } >tl''
I. E. Scott of Moore Haven were I I
and will enter high school in Freaks of Lightning
among those attending the I Trenton this winter. E. L. Williams: and Lightning is one of the most freak. / .' >1

here Sunday afternoon. made a business trip Saturday I ish phenomena of nature. Some- r 'J.

morning to Clewiston.Mr. times it takes the form of a ball,
those attending the foot- I ?'
Miss Marjorie Wood arrived Sunday Among many of which are 40 feet in di
from Okeechobee to make her ball game in Pahokee Friday evening and Mrs. M. Watson spent I ameter. These fireballs explode .:

home here. She is employed at)the were Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beards- the week-end in Wauchula with rel with a deafening.sound. Some have

Sunrise Cafe.P. ley, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Robbins, Mr. atives. even entered homes '''through open .,'
and Mrs. A. H. King, Mr. and Mrs. windows or chimneys and exploded ,

S. Fagen, who has just returned W. C. Hooker, Mr. and Mrs. HaroM Ralph Hendry was a business visitor inside. at thjiotelPotdcia. ';;

from a trip through the western Spikes, Misses Hazel Prince, Sandy Wednesday and Thursday in I

states, has joined Mrs. Fagen and Wells, Christine Bell, 'Billie Hooker, Tampa.Mr. Nicknamed "Dumb Ox" ;

their son, Dan, here. and Merrell Lowe, Ed Ward, M. W. I The nickname "the dumb ox"
Bigg, Father J. F. Walsh, Sandy and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn moved was given to St. Thomas Aquinas.His ..:"i

Mr. and Mrs. Glen Etherton and Bell, James Wynn, Wilbur McGehee.I Saturday to Moore Haven where I fellow students at Cologne gave 312 S. E. SECOND AVENUEAll

W. D. King were fishing for blue Dan Fagen, Jimmy Hall, Owen Mr. Vaughn is at 'work. him the,name because of his taci- ''' J

fish in the surf off Palm Beach Sun- Wynn and Harry J. Vaughn. turnity and dreaminess. His tutor Outside Rooms With ..'n
I said of him: "The dumb will
:Mrs. Lillian Turner of Moore Ha- ox ]

day. LaBELLE NEWSLee ven spent several days last week in one inc."day fill the world with his low Private Bath ... :,

f pr- Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Platt and LaBelle on business. While here shs COOL, CLEAN, QUIET \

children of Canal Point spent the waa l( the guest of Mrs. Bessie }i'msier.1 -f
Named for John Hancock Overlooking Biscayne Bay ,
Edwards and sons' of Alva :;
week-end with Mrs. Platt's parents,
Hancock Ohio
county, organized ,,.1
Mr. Mrs. H. E. Richaud here. were visitors Saturday in LaBelle. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Moyer and .
and March 1, 1828, was named for John Two blocks to Shops, Theatre and
1 children returned Sunday from a Hancock. One of the ;
1 military roadsof Business Section. .,
'- Mr. and, Mrs. George W. Sparks Mrs. Myra: Rooney motored Fri- two weeks' vacation spent in Huntsville the War of 1812 pass d throughthis "i,1

I have returned from a two weeks vacation day to Felda.C. Ala., with relatives.: county and Fort Findlay, RATES :

f.. during which they visited in named for Colonel Findlay, was es ;
f Jacksonville and Palm Beach. J. Kirk spent Monday in Napleson Mrs. Maurice H. Cowan and tablished. -

,f-. business. I daughter, Carolyn, spent Thursdayin $1.50 Single .

Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and Felda with Mr. Cowan's mother,
Smoking Ceremonial Custom $2.50 Double :
son, Kim, spent the week-end in Gordon E. Baker of Felda was a Mrs. J. C. Cowan.J. Students of the subject> believe ,
Mr.. and Mrs. visitor Saturday evening In LaBelle.
Okeechobee visiting that Indians did
not smoke for Special Family, Weekly & 1
Willard F. Simpson., W. Christy of Richmond, Ind.,
pleasure. Tobacco smoking was a
RatesS. :;
Mrs. Clifford Luckey and child- arrived Friday from New York ceremonial custom associated with I ".'1

Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Raines and ren spent the week-end In Miami where he spent the past several councils, treaty making, public D. McCREARY, Proprietor '"1

f children returned this week from '''a with Mr. Luckey, who is at work weeke. Mr. Christy will spend the functions, religion and medical I ,

'vacation trip to New Orleans and there. season here. practice. I

i to various. points in Kentucky. y

Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Waldron and .:..:..:..:.-:..:..:-<..'":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:N:..:..:..:..:1.:H 11:..:N 1. 1:1.:N:111.:11 N N:..:11:N:N:N:N N:N:N:N:N:N N:..:H N:N:..:..:.'...:.:N:..:N N ti N N1MS1:H N N N:1.:N:1N: ..:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N M:0'-. ::

Mrs. S. L. Crochet were in West r :

Palm Beach Wednesday visiting Mrs. O. "E. MINER INC. !

A. W. Sias in the Good Samaritan ,
::: ..i..
Hospital. .. ., Life :
:;:: Health and Accident *
Mr. and Mrs. Ward Roberts, Mrs! ; ,

Cecile Brooks and Dick Yoder of -.f; Fire
i :j
1 : Moore Haven were guests of Mr. GENERAL
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> Windstorm ..
i and Mrs. Roy Alston Tuesday. :;: c. -:;" '
::.: Automobile :::::
[. Mr. and Mrs. Gratton George and
Charles Roberts motored to Weirs- :_;:. L. b.let y" :;: .
'; dale Tuesday. Mrs. George remained _; HOPKINS BUILDING CLEWISTON FLORIDA is:::
'f f for a two weeks' visit,with her sister, ,
f Mrs. J. ,L. Scott. (v..:..:.W..K..K..H..X..H..H..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..;..;..;..;..:..;..; ;..;..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:+:..)
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Yes Somebody Else

When speaker abuses mankindin

general, his hearers approve
Kathleen Norris
KATHLEEN NORRIS e 0 because they know somebody else
WNU Service. "who is just like that."

"The dear old farm" is the place
that those who lived on it seldom
had time to enjoy.

The girl who tries to keep sev-
CHAPTER XV-Continued Everything was ,orderly enough. Vicky's eyes found the little round used to say that she had Tartar eral men on the string may find
-21- Vicky had seen these pink taffeta violet puncture of the bullet holeat blood. She had a way of going presently that she has a knotty

"Fix room for nurse," she whis- fittings before, the pinkbrocadedwalls the flawless marble temple. Se- berserk-not wild, but cold and revengeful problem to solve.

pered, and Vicky was glad to go the long-legged doll and Man- rena's sleeping' face was placid, and determined." Airplanes "drone" and "zoom,"

with her to the spare room, help darin lamps, the black worsted dog but the once scarlet mouth was pale "He roused the very worst in her; but no word seems to be perfectin
her in the warming human businessof with the beady eyes. But there was and flecked with blood, and the he always did," Victoria mused. its application to an airplane'snoise.
making beds and arranging tow- I in the silence here now something beautiful pale gold hair was loos- "He seemed to sit back and laughat .

els. He wasn't dead yet, anyway 1 indefinably frightening. Her heartbeat ened into a careless cascade that her, and he never let her have We're Still Americans
Before they had finished, Quentinand ,fast with terror. hung in a web over the side of the enough money even to get away.
Dr. Cudworth joined them. Serena, stilr wearing the pale lav- bed. There was a horrible sprawl- She told me-she came to see me With all the pecking and nagging -

Quentin looked exhausted; his ender dressing gown in which Vicky ing relaxation in her position, a every few days, you know-that she at wealth no American yet
hair was tumbled, and his operatinggown had first seen her last night, was dreadful mysterious shutness in the had to charge even her lunches at feels that he would be ashamed to

one of Miss Pierce's aprons ,lying flat across the unopened bed. colorless lips that made Vicky trem- hotels. That day she seemed to me be rich.

.. put on backward, was spatteredwith The delicate pink taffeta covers,still ble."Is desperate. She looked so beautiful Laugh at the world, and the
red.. He took off the apron, were spread in their daytime posi- there anything to do, Quent?" too; she was in a sort of corn world will laugh with you.
and was in his sleeveless fiber-: tion, and flowed over the dais in "Not now." He did not turn from color, and her eyes looked so blue. You don't have to fool all of the .

cloth undershirt; with a towel he; ;thick rich flouncing and folds. At his contemplation of the wreck of Mother said after she left, 'All people all of the time. A majorityof

wiped the perspiration from his ,the top of the low wide bed, a half- what had been so soft, so lovely dressed up and nowhere to go!' I one is enough.
ashen face and smiled wearily at ,circle of finely pleated silk rose and alluring and fragrant and 'suppose it Was death-in-life to her Cultured people are those to
his wife. like a moon. Beside the pillowswere warm 'only a few hours ago. "No, to live in that quiet country house." whom it "comes natural."
"Excuse my appearance, Vic," the night table and the pink it was instantaneous, Vic," he mut- Quentin nodded, listening. Sometimes nothing can beautify

he said, sitting down panting. "My lamps, the pink-and-white telephone tered. "You've been a trump all night' the ugly business district of a lit-
Lord, but that was quick work!" the book in a tooled vellum "Killed herself!" long, Vic," he said, after a while. tIe town but a big fire.

"How is he?" Vicky asked. But I(I cover that Serena had been read- "She" thought he was dead, d'yousee "If you'd been like most women, They Made It
? the older supplied suddenly
even before she asked it, the blood mg. and refused to go over there, we
had back her heart and I "Serena! better. They "The Chinese woman had Weeds are hardier than useful
come to Spencer's might be in bad trouble this morn-
I come out of his room. It was whilewe plants because they have had to
almost think will live. wantsto
time feel he Quentin
she had had to an ing. If you were like most women,
were all in the hall there, awhile make their own way in the world.
frightening first ecstasy of : speak to you! you'd have kicked me out years
back, when we all thought that poor To every young maiden marriage -
Silence. The room's mistress
ago, I don't know why you act the
Morrison had chance. solemn
no a thing; and not
doing remarkable, Dr. she might have lain in a momentof way you do, but I want you to
"I from the all to be married still solemn
thought, way you a more
Cudworth said. "And he can thank ,sleep. She was lying on herr know-this sounds damn flat-but I
talked said "that he thing.
Quentin ,
your good husband here. You are, want you to know that I admireyou
was! I was amazed when Amah You can't dishearten a man who
in my opinion, a genius, Dr. Har- and that I'm grateful!! I owe
believes in
said he wanted to see me. And cer- luck. With a dime in
disty. i I've in the world
everything got to
tainly she must have thought so. his pocket he will enter a restaurant -
"Oh, Quent, there isn't really a you. I'm just beginning to realize
and 'order
Poor woman! oysters, hoping he
chance? that it's awful lot. You know II
An hour later Victoria and Quen- an will find a $200 pearl in them.
"Magnificent constitution, and his tin walked across the Morrisons'side I'm not good at speeches, but whenI I A farmer thinks physical cultureis
own feeling will help," Quentin still think about you-and this is whatI idiotic.
garden, and through the gate Much of it is.
ghastly pale and breathing hard, into the lane and through their own wanted to tell you-I get all
said to the other doctor. And thento choked up. I'm-I'm grateful."
gate. A perfect spring dawn was
Vicky, "Everything is as good as strengthening over the world now; "Thank you, Quentin!" Vic said :HEADACHEdue
it can be; better, I would say. He I it was four o'clock; the east was from the other end of the table.
opened his eyes and looked at me; flushed with exquisite delicate pink, "We'll go on here, and some day to constipationRelieve
it didn't take him five minutes to against which shoals and galleonsof I'll have a chance to show you* that the cause of the trou-

get his bearings." delicate silver and gray and paler I'm changed," Quentin said. "It's ble! Take purely vegetable Black-
Vicky sat down in a winged chair gray cloud made long bars. taken me a long time to wake up. Draught. Tlu'is the sensible way
and put her hands over her eyes "I feel-reborn," Vicky said. I've been a fool. I did the rottenest to treat any of,the disagreeable effects -

and began to cry, and Quentin, "Reborn. I'm terribly grateful, thing to you a man can do to his of consti;;>ation. The relief men
leaning over to pat her on the back, Vic," Quentin said. wife; it's ''just my luck, it's my in- and women got from taking Black-.

laughed with tears in his own eyes. "Oh, grateful! If you knew whatI credible luck that you've-well, I Draught is truly refreshing. Try it!
"I'm ash-sh-shamed of myself!" ,was thinking ,of all night long. won't say forgiven me; you don't Nothing to upset the stomach just .'
" she stammered, looking up to smile Every'horror that anyone can imagine forget those things, and you can't purely vegetable leaves and roots,
through wet lashes. "But-but it sl ',seemed to be sweeping over forgive them but that you've finely ground

saves us all! It saves us' all, Quentin f Ti me. I had you in jail; I had us 'all worked it out your way." (
\,.. I've been sitting, out there Pldl moving: to some remote place." Vicky had the sugar bowl betweenher

alone, thinking and thinking." "Perhaps you think I didn't, Vic, two brown, hard-working hands; A GOOD LAXATIVE
"Did she come out at all?" the I If while, we were working over him. she turned it slowly, her eyes uponit.

; local doctor asked in the pause. Perhaps you think I didn't have aj .
i:: "Mrs. Morrison?" chance to think how I'd taken my' "You did something of which you SMALL SIZE c E LARGE SIZE

>' "She's probably packing," Quen s life and destroyed it with my two are ashamed," she said simply.uIdidn't. 60c ; sQgpl $1.20
,- : l hands. But thank God it's all over Why should there be any
; tin said. "I imagine she'll get out ; I 7iZ
: right away. It would 'be the best no\vP'! question of forgiveness? If I did

i thing all round if she did." "I 'am tired. Quentin, doesn't the something something wrong, tomorrow o _
"Killed Herself! tea for the Vienna doctors and our you'd be sorryyou'dthink +
.. "Oh, but Quentin, the relief!"
a little the less of me; but Brings Blessed Relic
lunch at the St. Francis seem longer
( Vicky's eyes shone, like stars it back, her beautiful hair loosened .
; than !" you wouldn't be personally touched from aches and pains of -
:', was too good to be true, too good and falling in a cascade 'over her I ago"That wasn't yesterday yesterday!" he ex because I forged a check-your own RHEUMATISI\1
;;" to be true! "If you hadn't comeback shoulder, one arm hanging relaxedover claimed. honor would be just what it was!

f.:; from the hospital!" she said the edge of the bed. Vicky's "That's all it was." My life isn't yours. I'm me.:, NEURITIS a bottle and. Why LUMBAGOTry Suffer?

i with a shudder. "If you'd still been heart suddenly rose into her throat, "My God," he said again, struck. "I wish to the .Lord you woulddo l '::;ii.' f.1.'iC.I.J': ']'IIcr;4.;i.H ra..a
s :: in Germany! Quentin will then and she felt her knees weaken. "
: "She did do it, didn't she, Quent?" something dumb, Quentin said
{ii; have to be an investigation now, She dared not cure her back on "Yes," he said with a serious with ineloquent force, after a pause. WNU-7 39-37

: ".: will there be any talk of poison?" this room. Instead she backed look. "I guess she did." "I sound smug," Vicky said, "but

> "I don't think so," Quentin said slowly away, heard the men emerg- .. "Her killing herself"-The words I'm not. And I do dumb things every
/ somewhat uncertainly, looking atm ing from' Spencer's room; turned to sounded so strange that Vicky had day. Thousands of them. There were GET RID OFPIMPLES
.>' '. his colleague., The other doctor repeated show them an ashen face and to to stop short and think of them- months-there were actual years

1(1 the phrase more decidedly. clutch at Quentin's arm. "her killing herself looked as if she when your home life was nothingbut 4

"', "I'm extremely, glad to wash my "Oh, Quentin, she's only asleep, did," she mused. mistakes, nerves, uproar, my
';', hands of the whole thing," Dr. Cud- I guess, but don't go in there! "She had that-I don't know whatto crying and being tired and sick,

.r worth said. "He's warned now, Don't. She's lying on her bed-she call it-ruthless quality," Quentin the children going into mumps and

and she's had- a pretty sharp didn't go to bed-I spoke to her said. "She went over any obstacle whooping cough, bills piling up." (Hew Remedy Uses Magnesia to Clear

scare. The amah's tipped off, and she didn't stir." that was in her way. She (TO BE CONTINUED) Skin.Firms and Smooths Complexion
and I think we might give the nursea "What's the matter, Vicky?"
hint;' it seems to me we might-" Quentin asked, surprised, weary. -Makes Skin Look Years Younger.Get -rrili

"I am. going to talk to both "What did she say? Has she faint Birds and Animals Depend on Their rid of ugly, ,pimply skin with this \.-
nurses; I've had this girl telephone ed?" extraordinary new remedy. Denton's '
Food in the Winter Time
i for another," Quentin said, and once He went toward Serena's door. Wits to Find Facial Magnesia works miracles in

n- again Vicky thought that he was I Vicky, witha little gasp of fright, .
two men; the Quentin who was thechildren's followed along beside him. Again '
Most naturalists are agreed that live on berries and buds of trees
make noticeable difference. The ugly
she looked at the ofSerena's a ,
adored "Dad, easy and rosy beauty birds and animals fare pretty well and shrubs. Pheasants do well on spots gradually wipe away, big pores
quiet and quite willing to take room: the pink lights on even in cold weather, observes a weed seeds and berries. The chirps, grow smaller, the texture of the skin
their word for anything, to listento delicate pink silk, the litter of writer in the Detroit Free Press. twitters and songs of the birds [Itself becomes firmer. Before you knowit
them to learn from them, and beautiful luxurious nothings with They adapt their living to winter which delight the summer woods friends are complimenting you on
'c f I this other Quentin, who held life which Serena had surrounded her- conditions. The bear hibernates, visitor are absent in wintertime. your complexion.
and death in his big square hands. self, a rabbit-skin rug, silver frames
r although occasionally one may be Only a few hardy species of birds SPECIAL OFFERfor
"It would be better to him into and vases, tortoise shell fitting
found roaming about in the woods remain. In the north the gray jayor
d., a hospital of but mounted in gold for the desk at a few weeks only
course, we can't when he should be asleep. The rac- whiskey jack becomes so tameas
move him now. You say Serenahasn't 'which Serena wrote only love notes. Here is your chance to try out Denton'sFacial
fashion. to be nuisance
coon hibernates after a a near camp. Magnesia at a liberal We
shown up at all?" he asked "Wait a minute!" Quentin said When the temperature rises as highas The chickadee, evening grosbeak, will send you a full 6 oz. bottle saving.of Den- ,

; Victoria, when they were all in the sharply. He went to the bed, 20 degrees, he will prowl aboutin nuthatch, woodpecker, pine siskin, ton's, plus a regular size box famous I
hall again. touched the figure lying' there; search of food, ''even in midwinter. owls and bluejays are the birds in Milnesia Wafers (the original Mille of
"Not 'a sound." gripped the unresponsive shoulder The skunk and woodchuck den the winter woods. Magnesia tablets). ..both for only 60c!
QWilk you wake her up? I'm going with a big hand and shook it. "Se- up and sleep most of the winter, Cash in on this remarkable offer. Send
to take a look, at Spencer. Amah rena!" he said. And then, turning coming out only occasionally for 60c in cash or stamps today.
3' here will let the nurse go down to Vicky and the other doctor: food. Mustard Marvels

r. for some coffee. I've got to talk to "Look here!" The beaver lives on the poplar Mustard has as long a history as DENTON'SFacial
Serena." salt. The Ancient Greeks used it
"What is it? Cudworth asked, branches he has stored in the bot-
Victoria crossed the upper hall, advancing into the room. tom of the pond, feeding on the as a medicine to treat everything.
turned the knob of Serena's door, "Dead!" Quentin said. bark and leaves which have been Internally it helps the gastric Magnesia
,. and spoke from the threshold: "Oh, no, Quent!" Vicky was cling- preserved in an almost green state. juices. Externally, it can be applied I SELECT PRODUCTS. Inc. r
with massage to stimulate the 0 4402-23rd Street Long Island City. N. Y. 1
"Serena! ing to his arm.leOh, no! Who The muskrat feeds the aquatic
on Enclosed find 60c (cash )for
circulation or stamps
of the blood. This latteruse S J
There was complete darkness would do it, who would do it?" plants and roots at the bottom of which send me your apodal introductory rr '\p
gave rise to a number of tales
within. Serena's apartment was on "She's done it herself, eh?" Cud- the lake or river. Mink, otter, about the restoration combination. 1I .
supposed to
the western side of the house, and worth asked. He stooped and picked weasel and fisher are carnivorous, life of dead people according to a Name ....................._____ 1I 1I
the first dim of dawn that from the floor mice mussels r
grayness something that glit- feeding on rabbits, ,
writer in London Answers Maga _____________.___
.;, had struck into the kitchen, and tered brightly in the soft light. "Ye fish and crayfish, which is also their zine. The Romans brought it tt Street Address _

that ,was now timidly attacking the didn't care for that investigation, summer diet. England. But until the early Eight City _____________State _________ rr
eastern world, had made no en- did ye, my lady?" the old man Deer winter in dense cedar thick- eenth century it was put on the
; trance here. There was black night queried, staring down at the dead ets and swamps. Sometimes, the table in seed form. Diners had to 0r # s si

ii": beyond Serena's window, and in woman with a shrewd light in his herd is too large for the browse crush it with their knives. Then a i 1 1r
J. the room vague darker shadows. eyes. starvation hits hard rr
,; supply. Then smart business woman began to sell
Vicky groped inside the door cas- "Suicide!" Vicky whispered."Yes and in spring, dead deer tell the it in powder form, and so startedan
ing, found a switch, and inundated she did it herself "
; Quen- browsed-out
story of swamps. important English milling indutry. *- d.-- .
The place with soft -- --- -
rosy light. tin muttered. "Look there!" Members of the grouse family :.

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J.ltt ,- "Quotations"A

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(L A strong/; and-faithful- pulpit is no
OUR COMIC John mean Hall.Fashion safeguard. of a nation's life.- [O.g thfl U/rzflk_

seldom interferes with
'nature without diminishing her
Sour Milk Corn Muffins
grace and efficiency.-Tuckerman. .
Delay! not till tomorrow to be V2 cup corn meal 2 eggs, well-beaten
1\2 cups silted flour ?2 cup condensed
wise; tomorrow's sun to' thee may */4 tsp. soda milk
SNOOPIE .1 D never rise.Congreve.No lji tsps. baking 1/2 tbs.vinegar
UP I tempting form of error is with. powder /2 cup water
out some latent charm derived from % tsp. salt '/a cup melted :
truth.-Keith. ;/4 cup sugar shortening .

There is always a great disproportion Mix and sift dry ingredients.
II between what one has done and Combine wet ingredients and add

1- III I'I y what .one wants to do.MadameCurie. all at once to flour mixture. Stir
quickly till all dry ingredients
I 2
I II The youth who follows his,

I appetites moist, but do not beat till smooth.
I I too soon, only produces a manhood
I s SNIFF I II of imbecility and an age; of Pour into hot greased muffin pans

I --, 1 I I (I Il / r SNiFf I pain.-Goldsmith. about and bake 20 minutes.in hot''oven, .425 F.,

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I'KN( t'I 0 II AROUND Items, of Interest .

i ? .r. to the Housewife .
the HOUSE :
-. :

I Discouraging Ants. Prompt milk. Stir over a gentle heat until
disposal of garbage and other hot, add'a few drops of lemon
' waste materials around the home juice, then serve 'on hot buttered.
. .
, will aid in the control of ants. toast.
T * *
:: For Baking Cakes.-The centerof Sliding Drawers.-Laundry soap'
; the oven usually has the most rubbed on dresser drawers that
even heat and is therefore best stick will make them work easy.
for cake baking WNU Service.


Cleaning Black Frocks.Blackfrocks
which have become marked
with powder may be cleaned quite
easily by being rubbed with
crumbed, dry, stale bread.
Heat Retaining Tea Cosy.-

.When next you make a tea cosy,
try lining it with chamois leather.

II The leather retains the heat so
well that the tea will keep really
I Ii rj irtcoprrlght ..
i hot in the teapot to the very last t:w.;
'JAyI drop. I
tv. N, v.f *
I,) Inexpensive Fish Savory.Witha Many doctors recommend Nujol
because of its gentle action on
I smoked haddock, make this sav-
'CERT COMPLAIN' 'TILL NEXT TIME the bowels. Don't confuse Nujol
I RYTNING PURTY GOOD ALLUS ) WAIT fish dish. Remove the flesh
ICs NT '1E2. BE STILL MOT 'MOUGH JVJE FIX HIM- AND ory with unknown products.
F ALL from the haddock, pick out skin
6 LlTTEIZ FROM and bone, then chop the fish finely.
Copr.l931.St+neo 1aBut
IM Season with a pinch of pepper,
I and parsley and mix with a little
MORE.ToPAV.--' '; 1111 I I I II butter and two tablespoons of Look !

EIGHT Gr It is not necessary to light a !
NI ,, % candle to see the sun.-Sydney. t
I Cutwork That Is )I II r
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D: N. : Anything but WorkPattern How CARDUI I

I : E Helps WomenCardui 1

Is a purely vegetable medicine
I Ii
found by many women to ease
Y I II functional pains of menstruation. It i
also helps to strengthen women,who
i sXT have been weakened by poor nourishment -
: OF 1 \ \ ,by'increasing their appetiteand i
I'H' THE improving their digestion. Many
I'i have reported lasting benefit from I
i -AND HOW'S OH-ALL ROlGHT- the wholesome nutritional assistance
I i iI 1 1i EVERyTHINGJjf ONLY Ol SEE obtained by taking Cardul. If
i I TQPA'/ ? yEZ BE BACK \. you have never taken Cardui, get a
j To OME. PIECE I bottle of Cardui at the nearest drug
II I OP BUTTER/ store, read the directions and try it.

:- II I Without Faith
\ ,
0'E OF 1BUTER 9 r The faith that stands on author-
IIIlr U ity is not faith.-Emerson.

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: f I II I Iv 5503. BUCK LEAF 40'
Ted /L
By from I
Keeps Dogs Away
: "Cutwork without bars? Ex y t
Get Evergreens,Shrubs etc.I
O'Loughlin actly-and that's the very reason front "3 UselliTeaspoenfnl
this lovely Wild Rose design for per Gallon of Spray.
g> WNUThe doilies or' buffet set is so 'easy to ILN
do. So encouraging, too, for the
beginner who'd like to try her
hand at it. Aren't they life-like Worms cause much distress to children and
: anxiety to parents. Dr.Peery's"Dead Shot"removes
HECK No t1sEWAITINCr these roses? Delicate shades of the cause with a single dose.. 60c.
y4, FANNY FOR NER pink would be most realistic, of All Druggists
WILL YoU FIND course, but the pattern is no less DnPeerv's
TAE SOME CLEANUiJDERvJEAR lovely if worked in thread to
? ill match your linen. A refreshmenttable I '

., F ,r.-->...,. ..- set with these would be term ifu e
most tempting! In pattern 5503
''f':, wrights Pill Co..100 Gold Street N. Y. City
\ E' you will find a transfer pattern ofa
J i1ST
: '. .. doilie 11 by 17/ inches and one --

.'. 4- MI rrI and one reverse doilie 6 by 9 Friendly Silence
A ..: inches; material requirements; illustrations Silence is a true friend who
.' I i ..;\ -- Ilp of all stitches used; never betrays.-Confucius.
: y EEE- color: suggestions.To .
T b 3 obtain this pattern, send 15
d o cents in stamps or coins (coins MOROLO N E
.1 H preferred) to The Sewing Circle .
Household Arts Dept., 259 W. SNOW WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY..
J r Fourteenth St., New York, N. Y. lARGE JARS SCAMDIO!

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OLD AGE BENEFITS .rrrtr...........rrrrrrrrrr Facts AboutHURRICANES indicates that there is a possibility regular changes in wind pressure

that the storm center may later ap- which they repeatedly produce.

PENSIONS: Vs. "ASSISTANCE"By Too Late To Classify proach close enough to cause windsof Tornadoes produce a bursting effect -

By :\ Martin great violence. Hurricane warn on buildings due to the very

-- CJ3y Fussell KayLrrRKlrr ings are issued when it becomes evident low atmospheric pressure at their
Submitted by J. W. Eday from reports '
Now, that we have some official I. that the storm center will pass !I' center. Tightly closed buildings or
Board of Fire Un-
comparlsons -
records, let's make some tp.RMrrrrrrlrnrrrrrr near' enough to cause winds of hurricane attic spaces without any ventilationare
between Job Hog Systemand derwriters.
as i
last the Duke of force. particularly subject to damage
At long as
for I
the Golden Rule ex- The hurricanes which affect our I
tending benefits to Florida's old Windsor might put It, we have our I Winds exceeding a velocity of 75 from passing tornadoes and hence
South Atlantic and Gulf states during '
folks. new Citrus Commission. Governor I miles per hour are referred to as undesirable.
Fred seemed to have just about as ; the months of June to Novemberare hurricane winds or winds of A common occurrence in hurri-
The State Comptroller reports:
hard a time, as Dave did in makin'a tropical cyclones originatingprlncipallf hurri-1 canes is for the wind to break
"A total of 10,842 checks in the total cane force; winds from 55 a
selection. in the Atlantic ocean in
sum of $124,747.34 were issued I miles per hour as of whole gale window or open a door on the windward -
As might be expected, the an- the vicinity of the Cape Verde islands -
for July; and 11,858 checks in the force. Winds of 60 miles an hour side of a building, through
nouncement hadn't any more than in the western Caribbean I
total sum of $170,000 were issued or may cause considerable structural which the wind enters the building
account of Old Age I been made before some folks began sea. Tropical storms of this originare i I and builds
on a positive
for August waggin' their heads and findin'fault damage and on this basis the Weather up pressure on
Also checks in the sum known as hurricanes when they I
:Assistance. the underside of roofs the inner
but that attitude Is typical of J I Bureau classifies a tropical dis- or on -
of $34,703.60 for July and are accompanied by winds of high i
$53,914.-1' the citrus industry., turbance as of hurricane intensity side of leeward walls; this, in
88 for August on account velocity and destructive force. The combination
State Wel-' Maybe you or me, if we'd been i when the winds near its center havea with the external suc-
ies and expenses of the winds in i hurricane revolve count-
fare Board were issued." The last doln' It, wouldn't have picked any velocity: of 60 miles per hour or tion pressure carries off a roof or

two items do NOT Include any of of the men the Governor selected, er-clockwise around, (in Northern. higher. forces out a leeward wall. This action -

but that don't prove that we are Hemisphere and are inclined toward shows the need for
the expenses incurred by the Comp- I Tests on models of buildings; in
mail- any more right or that he Is any the center of the storm. The' against window breakage and also
troller's office for issuing I wind tunnels, at the U. S. Bureau
more wrong, and chances are if you barometer reading is lowest at the of
ing out warrants to the old folks. i of Standards and 'elsewhere, have securely anchoring roofs and tying -
Nor do they include expense account and I went Into separate rooms and center.' In contrast with tornadoes, walls together. Overhangingeaves
shown that as wind blows againsta
and made up our lists they wouldn't be hurricanes cover large areas,
of Federal control, supervision ; very and irregular projections on
building it produces a positive i
alike and we'd
audit "of every penny spent by the anywhere near I usually at least several J thousand buildings provide pockets in which
beforewe on the windward side
each other names long pressure or
State Welfare Board". square miles. Tornadoes are circular the pressure is built up considerablyabove
funds could ever come to an agree- on some portion thereof, but 'produc-
Now. How fairly were storms of small diameter and severe that on flat surfaces.SACKSOMVILLE.
ment. es a negative or suction pressure
distributed between the old folks of Intensity seldom affecting an area
Florida? Here is the answer: For But gettln' back to the Commission on the other sides of the building.A .
feet in width
over 1,000 or over
the month of August the old folks in we been yellln' for it and now roof will have an area of posi- .
miles in
twenty-five length.
the first district (Bay, Escambia, we got' It. It seems to me the best tive pressure on a windward slope

Holmes, OKALOOSA, Santa Rosa, thing we can do, right now Is quitsquawkin' ,! Hurricanes follow irregular paths, if the pitch approximates 30 degrees -

Walton and Washington counties) and get down to businessIf I and move along their pathof trav- or steeper, but other portionsof

received an average amount of $8.15 we expect to move our fruit and : el at an average speed of ten or
the roof will also be under suc- 0 ? / /
per old person. get anything for it. twelve miles an hour or roughly tion pressure.

Those in district five (Alachua, Findin' fault with the Commission 250 miles per day. 'However, the Wind
pressure on the inside of
Baker, Bradford, Clay, Flagler, and poutin around about this winds in a hurricane frequently at-
buildings may be either positive or
Nassau, Putnam,' St. Johns and Un- and that isn't gonna help any. Fred tain velocities over 100 miles per
ion counties) received an averageof has made his selection and since he negative and will depend on the

$11.10 per old person. happens to be. Governor and is more hour. Hurricanes are frequently attended amount of window or other open-

In district three (Columbia, La- or less set in his ways, we might as by unusually high tides and ings and the position with respectto rti ir a d 1 ; .

fayette, Dixie, Gilchrist, Hamilton, well make up our mind to like it. are occasionally ,accompanied by exterior wind conditions, also on

Levy, Madison, Suwannee and Tay- Now if growers and shippers alike tornadoes in the northeast portionof the arrangement of interior parti sfixEM11NOLE

lor) the average check amounted to will quit screamln' and kickin1 their I the storm area. tions. If openings are evenly distrib-'

:$13.68.. heels and get together'with the At the cuter limits of the storm: uted around the building the internal -
commission in a sincere effort to .....
District six (Duval) it was $13.-
the winds are only moderate breezes, pressure is negative becausethe
92. solve the problems of the industry J
but as the oenter of the hurricane exterior suctions commonly ex- FLORIDA
District four (Citrus, Hernando, we'll get a lot further than we'llever
approaches they increase in force ceed the in degree wellas GARNETT ANDREWS.Mamjet
get pullin' In opposite direc- pressure as
Pasco and :Pinellas) the average .
amount 1495. tions. reaching a maximum velocity near in area, as has been noted above. ENJOY SUMMER COMFORT at this,
was modern, fireproof hotel in the heart of down-
The intelligent distribution and the center of the storm which is Large openings on the windwardside
District eight (Charlotte, Collier, town Jacksonville. Every room with tub and
marketing of Florida's citrus crop followed by a lull at the center. As with other sides closed produces shower, soft water, ceiling fan,radio, stalled
DeSoto Glades Hardee Hendry
Lee, -
summer door... Every Bed wits:
Highlands, Manatee and Sara- is no slouch job; it calls for some I the center passes the wind velocity a positive pressure inside' the mattress and reading lamp. Running innerspring ice

sota) the amount is $14.44. sure-enough generalship and plentyof goes through the same changes but building. Negative pressure inside a water on every flaor./

District eleven (Lake, Marion, whole-hearted cooperation. Thereis in reverse order and 'with winds from building increases wind stresses on COCKTAIL AIR LOUNGE CONDITIONED. COFFEE SHOP
lot to it than placing ads
Polk and Sumter) it is $15.77. a more the opposite direction. The area ov- the 'windward side but decreases DINING AND MEETING ROOMS
In newspapers or starting and stop-I with Private
District twelve (Brevard, Osceola er which winds of hurricane force wind stresses on the leeward sides.In Ratei'-Smjte
ping a car of fruit.In r 78 Room $200 80 Rooms $2.50
Orange' Seminole and Volusia) spite of laws, rules and regulations prevail usually does not',-extend more addition to direct wind forces 40 Rooms $3,00 24 Room $3.50

$16.08. than fifty miles on either side of whether 10 Sample Roam with; PrIVJIt Bath S400SllsH
we still continue to ship fruit positive or negative, thereis loi double
District ten (Broward, Indian occupancy
that is unit for human consump i the path of the center of the storm. also a severe wrenching and ...
River, Martin, Monroe, Okeechobee, 0. I 8 POUND Io.l
tion. True, "Jt may pass the test and The highest recorded hurricane wracking! of structures due to the MOTEL P TT E N1 "OTEl DESOIO._ ..
Palm Beach and St. Lucie) It is 0...._,..t/M S... ...C;. ,
1646. all that, but you just try to satisfy: I wind velocity in the United States strong gusts and the sudden and ir- <- .** -. _vI

District nine (Dade) $18.26. an irate housewife, who has paid was 125 miles per hour (corrected I

plenty of regular money for a mess true velocity) at Miami Beach in

$22.61.And district seven (Hillsborough) of green fruit, that she has no com-I the 1926 hurricane.In .:v"'ir.:<""" ,.,. '4 aa ,:,,L,';J.-."V4sv1j :r-A7. jt ji C i: vr u.::: --,

plaint comin because it passed the
Under the Golden Rule plan each. test-and: If she don't crown you I wardlngs: given out by the U. I Franklin Hardware Co.

old person in Florida, Irrespective of, S. Weather Bureau, "the term hur- Mail Distributors
with a rollin pin she ought to. Fort Mjers, Fla.
which district they reside, would .
And for the next six months any- ricane is used when it is apparentthat
have received a check for $18.96, Gentlemen: Please send me, without obli-
thing that even looks like an orange I the storm is one of marked intensity -, This gation information
with the same amount of money. complete about Servel
or a grapefruit makes her, sore, In- accompanied by destructive I i Electrolux, the' Kerosene Refrigerator.Name .
All the same, share and share alike. : 11 11I
cludin' the pretty colored pictures of winds." I Coupon
Whereas, under, the Job Hog
Florida fruit In her favorite; maga-
System note the wide difference as I Premium information as to the .............. .. .. ..

.district between seven district at 2261.one at,Is$8.15 that fair and? :: zine."Oh grocer yeah When and?":,she orders and sees then a our tdozen calls ad she cans up says her of speed location of, the intensity movement, direction of approaching and- I I Street or:n.n: F. D.: ..... :::::!;::::::::..:::::::..:::::::..

Also note that eleven districts out i I
prune juice' or some sliced pineapple. tropical disturbances is issuedas I II
of the twelve received LESS than. :
Advisory Messages. The issuanceof I Town ................. ................ State................ ,
the Golden Rule average of $18.96 i
Then when: she turns on her radio storm warnings to a given area ,
for August. How can such a differ I ';:'":' !, ..:7. ',;.f"i; : :::.. '>;.::3 ,;:;:<.J.::= o'"'" :.r- :=n;: '\="J :'' ''" "' ;fynTfrpflfra, I
and a sweet voice asks "Have
ence be reconciled?
you tried sweet tree-ripened Florida -

District one is short $13,328.73 grapefruit for breakfast?"-she

under the Job Hog System for the switches to another station and

'! have month$10.S1 accrued of short August to of -1,233 the 1,233$18.96 old checks folks would are In of mumbles a censor somethin'for radio about advertising.the need DOES yqj R C i STALL: iSLY ?

No, I'm ,not ladlin' out any ban-
the district under the Golden Rule ana oil-I'm tellin' you facts. I've

[.'' Plan. personally experienced the disgust

i: Now, ,are you satisfied with the that attends sinkin' ones fangs into

r Job Hog System? some of the so-called fruit Florida

t ; The Job Hog System took $3.20 trys to pawn off on her best custo-
off the top of the pile for salaries '1 1h
mers early In the season, and I know
1 and expenses to send out each of what I'm talkin' about. .

t" the 10,842 checks during July. But Visit the smaller communities inmost

;; for August it jumped to $4.54 for any state and you constantly I

each of the 11,858 checks, to pay hear the complaint "We can't get

salaries and expenses of the System. Florida fruit". This condition has I

i'[\ At this rate, how much will it jump existed for years and nobody seems i -

I ': by the time it really gets fully organized to be able to do anything about it,

;o. ? I say it will take one-halfk but we spend a lot of money urging DI

or more. folks in these communities to eat DBD

-t ... We have only space enough left to Florida fruit and while it may be

,. make one more reference: Note that nice to have 'em want it, it wouldbe IJ "

; only 1,016 more checks were Issued a lot more helpful to the grower

in August, over July. At this rate, It and the industry if they could GET I

will require about :TOUR YEARS to IT.

.<', get around to- the 50,000-odd old But the biggest laugh in connection -I

folks in Florida. J with the whole citrus mess, to

.'::'. Meanwhile, how fast are the poor my mind, was the guy who was

; old people dying out? The Comptroller 'Telliri' me all about it the other I : ,... ./ ,
; -
;', says, "of the 10,842 checks mailed : "
day and said, "No matter what hap-
for July, FORTYFIVEwere re- the citrus Industry K : "
pens we gotta keep ,
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turned and cancelled because of OUT of politics." The gen- l :

:' ." deaths, and FIFTY-ONE for the tleman is right, of course, but he ; !

month of August out of 11,858 should have said. GET it OUT.There's c\vL4 -
checks mailed out. more politics in citrus \ .. .
'. Fellow Floridians, listen to me! groups and organizations than thereIs ", :,,: -:". '......
( : The Job Hog System MUST go. It In the whole town of Tallahassee! I, .
;.' is a failure. We must abolish It. .\; '....

::7:. Adopt something .on the order of The Early WaistcoatThe I .

J/;: :' the Golden Rule Plan. And the waistcoat, at least when it I I '

f.:". quicker the better. is a "fancy vest," is the last remaining .

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