The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00695
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 12, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00695
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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!I:'II BITTING RAPS BAN TWO ARE SERIOUSLY Negro Held Harlem For Murder. AAA Officials- Heari T


J. C. Brown, colored, is being' Farmers Protest

: TO MIAMI C. OF C. COLLIDE NEAR HERE held charged in the with county murder jail at of LaBelle Harley .

" Lee Brinson, another negro, whom

A bitter protest against federal Mrs. V. C. Woodward and her I he cut fatally in ,a quarrel in Harlem High ScaleLegion
crop restriction which denies Florida ; cousin, Miss Sarah Frank Little, Saturday night. : '

the right to "fill its own sugar were seriously injured Tuesday evening Brown is alleged to have been

I bowls" was lodged Thursday night when, the sedan in which they drinking, and the two negroes who -

,by Clarence R. Bitting, whose firm ,were riding collided with anothercar had previously disagreed began qua Sugar cane growers, truck farm-
mills sugar in the Everglades, with at the intersection of the state reling. Brown cut Brinson with a ers, laborers and newspaper men

t ''members of south Florida chambers highway and the road to the sugar pocketknife, inflicting a severe In School formed the greater part of a .crowd
: of commerce. house. Mrs. Aubrey Wells, who ; wound on the muscle of the upper of close to a hundred present Tuesday -

rI, Bitting, speaking at the Coral was in the car with them received I arm. Brinson engaged in the fight to attend a hearing, called by
Gables Country club, declared also severe bruises, as did the occupants i and Brown was badly injured. Brin- Clewiston Legionnaires, who the Agricultural Adjustment' Ad-

that Florida "has the greatest agri of the other car, Miss Rose Mona-:!I son died, largely from loss of have taken an active interest in ministration, to take testimony for

cultural future of any state in the han, Miss Eululia McDonough and I blood I soon after reaching the hoaI + the efforts to secure construction the purpose of ascertaining a fair

Union, and the development of its Julianne Oglesby.Mrs. I I, pital. of a new high school building for minimum wage scale for labor in

agricultural resources will redoundto Woodward received a broken A coroner's jury, impannelled Clewiston, heard a disappointing the sugar cane fields. The meetingwas

the benefit and wellbeing of her pelvis and broken arm, and Miss by Justice of the Peace G. Small report from S. A. Graves, fellow held in the courthouse in

: f winter resorts." I I Little a fractured pelvis and broken Saturday night, returned its verdict legionnaire and county superintendent Moore Haven and was in charge

"The very things that make south I right leg. Miss Monahan wes sever- of murder Sunday. The jury of public instruction. Mr. 'of three AAA officials. from Wash

Florida the greatest winter area 'in ly bruised and cut about the head consisted of Pete Chagaris, Charle Graves has just returned from Atlanta ington.

the world are the same things, and Miss McDonough and Mrs. j j I i Christian, L. H. ]Holton, E. O. where he and Attorney Louis] Vigorous disapp.rovat'of. any increase '

coupled' with the finest soil in the Wells' bruises included injured I Collins, G. B. Thomas and G. L. O. Gravely conferred with H. T. in the wage scale was voiced -

world, that gives Florida her great ankles. I I Cantrell. Cole, WPA: director for the Southern by every witness queried by the

agricultural future,' declared the I The accident occured about 7:30. district. AAA representatives. Under the

Mrs. Woodward and her husband present law the Secretary of Agri-
president of the United States Sugar:
The.Hendry county
i were' celebrating their third wed -' culture is given the power to seta
Corporation. L. A. TURNER IS IN wished to present in person the
wage scale affecting
ding anniversary, and accompaniedby
"Florida Singled Out" application for WPA loan and

Bitting found it strange that Flor.ida's Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Wells and grant with which it is hoped to this industry and recently estab-
Miss Little to Clew HOSPITAL FOLLOWING( lished a rate approximately one-
' agricultural production "should were returning construct the school building.. Mr.
third higher for Florida
iston from for dinnerat growers
,a fishing trip
be continually singled out for dis Cole received them but explainedthat than
the Woodward home. Mr. Wood Louisiana growers whichis
crimination and destruction." there were 610 Florida applications
Mr. Wells' AUTO ACCIDENT' regarded by Florida growers as
"Once pineapple culture flour ward was driving, was for similar loans and unfair
discrimination.The .
:beside him the front seat and
ished in Florida; when prosperity on grants pending, and he and other AAA
the three ladies were on the back was represented by
arrived, the industry was presented i WPA officials were unable to state
L. A. Turner was taken to the Robert Shields of the solicitor's
to Cuba; when Hawaii'wanted the seat.Miss I when the Clewiston application
office who
McDonough and Miss Mona- Veterans Hospital at Bay Pines acted as chairman of

industry, tariffs were imposed on han the front seat of the yesterday for treatment of serious would receive attention the meeting, Garibaldi LaGuardia,
were on
Cuban production, he asserted. injuries received when his Ford Due to the press of other business ]i- senior agricultural economist and
other car, which was owned by
"When; Florida developed Northern H. J. Oglesby and Miss, Julianne ,sedan in which he was riding alone attendance at the Legion Olaf Wfakefield, assistant agricul-

markets for winter-grown vege- Miss went. into Industrial Canal early; meeting was below average. tural economist. The larger number -
Oglesby was in the back seat.
tables, those'markets were presented Tuesday morning, in the second of queries addressed to wit-

on golden platters, to Cuba. : McDonough was driving. I II automobile accident in Clewiston ETHERTON BUILDING ON nesses were by Mr. LaGuardia.
the accident the injured
"Today, when Florida has provedits I I ;Following were taken to the! Clewiston .within 12 ,hours. HIGHWAY BUSINESS LOT Clarence R. Bitting, presidentof

economic right to a large port immediate The car swerved to the'' left as the United States Sugar Corpo-
Emergency hospital and received -
ion of the nation's sugar market,, it approached the bridge over the, ration was the first witness to
attention. Mrs.
I medical Glen E. Etherton is beginning
the state is denied the right to even canal, tore down the guard rail and testify after Mr. Shields had read
Miss Little and 'construction
Woodward and of a small business
fill its own sugar bowls. the formal notice of the meeting
landed in the canal between the ,
his remarks 'Miss Monahan remained In the hospi,, ; building-lot on-the, South" side
He warned, prefacing and "its'purpose.. ,Mr. Bitting's pre-
piling left when the old bridge was
allow- talarid the others returned to of Sugarland Highway\ one block]
with "I am serious, against I torn down and the piling supportingthe pared talk contained many inter-
Filipinos I their homes after first aid treatment west of the theater.
ing Cubans, Puerto Ricans or : present bridge, a distance of esting details regarding the labor

,I to discover a living/can be and examination. Miss Mona-I nearly sixty feet from the bank. The building will be of concrete situation here and in other ,sug-
winter tourists han will be taken today block construction and will be 20by (
1 had from entertaining and The jam of hyacinths in the jar producing areas and after call-
home. Mrs. Woodward
I in Florida. Oglesby I canal caused the car to sink slowly 20 feet ,in size. ing attention to the lower wage
(Continued on page 8))
I :May: Kill Tourist Trade and Mr. Turner was able to crawl scale in Louisiana asked rather

') "If they do discover this fact," from the car before it sank belo'w .hr.t their rate be raised to coin-

j Bitting declared, his face grim, "you I the surface, and was assisted to the SCHOOL TO REMAIN cide with Florida's than that the

can rest assured they will get con- SHELLEY TAKES LEAD opposite bank by occupants of the local rate be cut to that of Lou-

to pass a law limiting Floridato isiana.
gress i Hooker Apartments nearby 'who

the winter entertainment of 1 were attracted by the sound of the ON ACCREDITED LIST Mr. Bitting first called attentionto

percent of the people who desire to IN OPENING ROUNDSTom I,crash. the amendment which gives to

come here and will force the other I' Turner received a broken arm, the secretary of agriculture ,the

99 percent to visit Cuba; Puerto ___ I!several broken ribs and possible internal Reassurances that, the Clewiston right to establish the wage rats:

(Continued on Page 4) Shelley, the Clewiston siege I I injuries, in the accident. The High state's< school accredited would list remain were made on the to and contended that Congress intended -

home last demolished as that all the mainland cane
gunner, came romping car was practically
the News, this week by C. E. Miner,,
Tampa Group Here, On :Saturday at the Clewiston golf club I l'it struck a piling? when it landed ,Clewiston member of ,the county producing area be included in one

to take the lead in the current I in the ,water. Mr: Turner was district and that an amendment to

Good Will C of C Tour ,qualifying for the opening treated at the local hospital and board. of Miner public requested instruction.Mr. the news- separate Florida and Louisiana in
chamPion-I I
Ship affray of the Fall _later taken to Bay Pines for further paper ,to assure the public that the AAA reckonings was killed by a
asked that a
close vote. He only
season, the Everglades Merchants'I I hospitalization. school would remain on the accredited -
Headed by J. A. Sweeney, presi- Championship. Big Tom, late, win definite wage rate, fair to both the em-

dent, a group of ten members of list as long as ployee and employer be maintained -
ner of the Duval Jewelry Handicapby Construction UnderwayOn being taken to provide t
steps were :
the Tampa Chamber of Commerce little and stated that he did not ask
a close 1 up victory over i
facilities for the
will I proper housing He call-
visited Clewiston on a good for starvation wage rates.
Doc Van Landingham, Everglades
Modern Home is inadequate
New school. The building -
I tour this week. The visitors arrived Handicap champion, shot a 38-41-1 i present enroll- ed attention to the fact that, the
for the increased
Wednesday afternoon and \ governor of Louisiana had, recently -
79 to get out in front. Since the
were taken on a tour of the sugar ment, and that fact would cause decried the low scale of wagesof
qualifying, however, is just getting Construction is underway on a accreditation
the school to lose
house, cane fields and other pointsof 12 and 15 cents per hour in
) and of the Glades' for Mr.
)ender way many modern brick veneer unless it corrected.Mr. .
interest in and near Clewiston.L. were Louisiana and commented on the
lop-flighters to their the
are yet report and Mrs.- Sidiey L. Crochet on that
Miner states, however,
is chairmanof to handicapping -
G. Hudgens, who I fact that in addition
'chances of Date
initial efforts, Shelley's corner of Crescent avenue and for PWA I I
has applied
the board
of the Tam- by not
Relations Florida
Inter-City going into match play with medalist treet, facing the W. C. Owen resi for the growers
has submitted plans
.funds and
pa group, made the arrangementsfor honors are none too good. allowing them to produce sugar
dence. WPA authorities,
the tour, which is one of several the building to i enough for ,their own requirements
planned. The visitors expressed Qualifying for this opening event I The home, which scheduled for and that state school officials will :!I the President appeared to smile
will continue over two more weeks completion the first week in October the school's accredited
their interest in the Clewis ton remove" on starvation wages in other sec-
that larger before the boys settle down to personal is a modern adaptation of standing as long as this is being
area and indicated, a tions.
opposition August 21st. Quali- Colonial style and will be one of the :
group would make a similar trip done. MrBitting told of, the efforts
I ficers will then be divided into best constructed homes in Clewis- Graves and At-
here later in the year when the: Superintendent which his company was making
flights according to qualifyingscores. ton.: The house will be hurricane Gravely last week submitted
torney for their laborin
harvest season is on. to: adequately care
: .. I and termite proof. the district's application for PWA which he
Clarence R. Bitting, president of brick addition to salaries,
(Continued on Page 4) J In spite of the tournament season The exterior will be of white ve- funds, but the district office has so said; were the largest of any cane

opening somewhat early, the Mer- neer, whitewashed, with a many applications to consider in I producing area either in the mainland -

chants' Championship has all the rigid asbestos roof. The interior Florida that the local official off-shore areas. He said
Standard Oil Company will be of selected or
I earmarks of being one _of the most of the living room could get no date set for the hearing I that sound cottages were provided -

successful meets of the Fall and wide planking in white western of, Clewiston's application. for a vegetable garden -
a space
Buys 3 Business Lots oak floor of wide
pine and an ,
'I Wjmter schedule. Merchants from with the side [ free medical care free fuel

/ I all sections of the Glades are expressing planks to harmonize I",' The PW'A is now receiving applications -' to those who burn wood, churches

the event walls. for and loans in wholesale -
enthusiasm for grants
schools in the camps,
Sale of three business lots at the will be an integral and
corner of the state highway and by offering not only one prise but The garage this state. Through July 25th, recreation, commissaries for
and will be accessible -
Atlantic avenue. by Mrs. Anna Hop in many cases two. Only at few part of the house breakfast room 3938, allotments have been madeon their convenience but at which they

kins to the Standard Oil of the merchants had been heard through a 33 projects in Florida. Grants::: werenot compelled to trade and
A spacious
from when play closed last Sunday 'south of the kitchen. for these projects total $7,361,072, of state compensa-
was announced this week by J. E,, off the living the protection
evening, and fifteen prizes had bee .. dining room opens and loans $4,361,000. Applicationsare tion insurance which is not required -
Beardsley, realtor, whose office: tot
also has access
donated. And to room, which given priority in the order in agricultural
handled the sale. ,as many more are by law on
The be heard from, the prize list is expected screened porch of adequate proportions which they are received, and the workers. Average wages ranged
property has a 75 foot frontage the of the house.A .
to easily swell to at least on rear deadline for filing is September the harvest period from
the during
it is
on highway and !!
will be formed by
thirty or thiry-five. small: patio ( 30, 1938. Construction work must Liberty Point campto
in the
understood that the Standard Oi l $2.43
and the
the projection of a bedroom 1, 1939, Na-
be started by January: Bare Beach camp.
company contemplates the erectior I Among those who denoted a desire $2.92 in the
garage on the Council director
of last week-end to be tional Emergency cutters average $2.16 a day
a, modern one-stop service sta represented Cane
will have two large '
This announced this week., in
tion, spending approximately $7,50() were: Clewiston Motor Co., Clewis- master bedrooms with ample closet J. B. Guthrie and good ones $3.00 per day

in improvements in the near future. ton News, Clewiston, Supply Co., facilities.' The rear porch will be tractive and were prepared by L. addition to the aforementioned described -

The location is directly acros::; A. E. Kirchman, Sinclair Distri- floored' with reinforced suspended Phillips Clarke of West Palm Beach. benefits and bonuses. He
the highway from the Inn Apartments butor, Belle Glade; Eli Witt Cigar ed concrete slabs to prevent termite The design of the house is most how the cane cutters to ability -

and includes lots 30, 31 an;,I Co., Fort Myers; Royal Grocery Invasion and to give a permanent suitable for the location and cli- worked in crews according of cutting -

32 in block 361. It is considerec I Clewiston; Clewiston Inn Beauty surface thak will not be affectedby mate. It is felt that this modern : their work consisting

one of the most valuable locationin s Salon; Betzner Hardware Belle the weau er. home will be a splendid additionto topping and stripping the can,

the business district. (Continued on page 8), Plans for house are most at- the residence section. 1i (Continued on page eight)





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intricate equipment, :" :: ?:" :I 4'W:: It
workers. From all corners of the The Cereal GrainsWell

nation registered come mail.census These jeports are sort-by '; } 7.: !{ i Send this Free for Reducing .f A e _y

ed, checked, edited, and finally Bulletin and Calorie'Chart

translated into :figures on the .. .." Known Food Authority Describes Their I
Lard puncher below.Information :"".. .M. '% "%. ''','> .''''''':;:f...JI You'll feel better, look better
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of excess pounds. The safe, sure )
C. HOUSTON GOUDISS [and comfortable ,way to reduceis
6 East 39th Street, New York City calories
,to count your as outlined -
TO ME, there is'no more inspiring sight in the world than in the Calorie Chart and

field of nodding golden grain. It not only pleases the, Reducing Bulletin,complete with

eye with its grace and profound beauty, but it attests toNature's menus,offered free by C.Houston'
the have Goudiss.Write him at 6 East 39th
bounty. For down through ages, grains
wy4 C 1 Street, New York City, and ask
sustained and comforted
man. for the Reducing Bulletin.
In every quarter of the globe, foods made from grain

( constitute the largest single item in the food supply. Thisis -
J7r/t < fined, but as they contain larger
as it should be, for no other
4,4 H amounts of protein, it is estimatedthat
,' iwt foodstuff affords such a rich tigators have estimated that grain
the amount of
protein digested -
products, contribute 38 per cent of
store of fuel value at such from
and absorbed. an equal
the total calories and percent
.e / i little .cost..It has been estimatedthat of the protein in the typical Amer- weight of entire wheat or patent

: during one day's labor, an ican 'dietary. flours is practically the same.
t'i ,' .,' <\ ; Thus when the two of floursare
: 'u >:: h:, :'' ::: 'c Z indi- types
+ Laboratory' experiments
American wheat
farmer,. growing
.., : considered as sources of pro-
< GqJ cate;: that.the proteins of wheat,
by up-to-date American methods, oats, maize, rye and 'barley are tein and energy alone, they,are regarded ",
.a\va%TNj'GKit'SI.5c. can produce enough protein andcalories about equally efficient in promot- by nutritionists as substan-

''> '.,,E., ,to sustain a man' for a ing and supporting growth. None of tially changeable.equivalent and inter-
W : 'y ar. .' l- them compares with an equivalent
,1' -*- weight of the complete proteins -*-

: A Source of Power and Pep milk, eggs,or'meat, but when com- Many Forms-of Cereal Foods
7 bined with small amounts of milk, From infancy to old age, the ,ce-
Every nation depends upon the cereal proteins become highly real foods should, and usually do
some-, ,form of cereal, to furnish efficient. constitute the mainstay of the

motive power for ,-*- diet. Fortunately, there is such a
; the body machinery Iron and CopperThe wide variety from which to choose
to provide, that there is little likelihood of mo-
mineral elements grains
compiled each .10 years by the U. S. census bureau finds necessary energyto are concentrated largely in the notony. Furthermore, because of
its way into thousands of hands and is used for thousands of constructive keep body and outer layers and in the For their bland flavor, one does not
I purposes. The bureau provides Uncle Sam's only method of discoveringwhat ; brain functioning this reason, there is considerabledifference.in readily tire of cereal foods.In I

his people are doing, and of uncovering the popular trends of the g efficiently. In the- the yield of.minerals addition to the wide variety \
times. More frequent "nose counts" have often been proposed Western world, of breads, rolls, muffins, biscuits
from whole grain and highly refined -
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----- wheat is
ut a K supreme. and griddle cakes that can be
cereal foods.
But in Oriental made from refined and whole
The'mineral content ofbran, is
countries, rice grain flours, there are an aston-
from 10 to 20 times greater than
takes the lead and number of cooked and
ishing uncooked -
that of flour and whole
patent ,
it is the chief arti- "
l cereals from which to
wheat'-contains from three five
cle of food for half choose. When served with milk,
times much iron calcium and
of the world's people. Rye, oats, as bread or cereals make an ideal
phosphorus. Bran, oatmeal and
barley, maize and buckwheat are and economical food combination. I
whole grain cereals are a good '
likewise important crops. -*- I'
of well iron.
S source copper as as
-*- Macaroni for a Main Dish ,

Energy Values ComparedAll Rich in Vitamin B Besides serving as the main fea- I'

f l rj % uncooked cereal foods show The different cereal grains are ture at breakfast and for the

great similarity in their chemical quite similar in their vitamin val- child's supper, cereal foods are

l rrv r' composition and therefore have ues, but as the vitamins are very useful as the chief attraction at I
very nearly the same energy val unevenly distributed throughoutthe dinner or supper when served in ;

ue-that is about 1,650 calories per kernel, there is a wide varia- the form of macaroni, spaghetti :
pound. The weight of a 100-cal- tion in vitamin content betweenthe or egg noodles. They are a fine '
'; :
/i whole'grain and refined cereal source of energy and also furnish
there is 'a wide variation in bulk, foods. about 12 per cent protein. When

4 l S depending upon the, degree to All seeds, including whole combined with cheese, which adds

which the cereal has been refined. grains, are relatively poor in vitamin protein, minerals and vitamins,
For example;three tablespoons of A. They are' entirely lackingin they constitute a balanced main

patent wheat flour weigh one vitamins C and D and contain dish. -
/Z x.. ounce; one and one-fourth cups of only small amounts of vitamin G. Cereal products of all kinds deserve -
Here is a "gang puncher" which likewise
wheat cereal
a puffed
Both the germ and bran, however a ranking place among
records identical information on any. weigh one ounce. After cooking, ; are excellent sources of vitamin FOODS THAT KEEP US FIT.
given group of punch cards, such as there is a big variation in weight, B-which promotes WNU-C. Houston Goudiss-1933-23

states, cities, kinds of businesses, as well as measure, owing to the tite, aids digestion and helps appe-to
etc. Later cards are run throughan varying amounts of water ab- prevent a nervous disorder. Theimportance

electrical tabulator which adds sorbed., Thus a cup of cooked oat- of the food
germ as a
figures for final publication. Below:
meal mush supplies the same has been more fully appreciatedsince
r/r Uncle Sam stores census records table-
number of calories as it was discovered that it is
with micro-films. Each page of the spoons of a pebbly dry cereal witha at least five times as rich in vita-
report is photographed in miniatureand
nut-like taste.
min B as the whole grain or bran.
filed later "blown-up" again. From, to 12 per cent of the cal- There several cereals the

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--=")':S>> n. = m. ories in cereal foods are obtained
--'- market containing added wheat
+ from protein and two noted inves- germ and this precious substance

4r may also be obtained in concen- Caution and Chance .

\ YOU WON'T MIND THE HEAT IF trated form. Some get ahead through caution,
S o r
do fr tp -*- and some do it by the opposite. 1/

Y Jlaainfjow TO Laxative Value of CerealsThe t
f '. YOU
r wbnle grain cereals containan

y A l ,, / W F f v'h ::KEEP COOL and abundance are therefore of bulk a valuable or cellulose aid jY uu

s in !promoting normal elimination. OUR:
Individuals differ in their require- "CepBruth"Applicalorikes
x4p ) 31; -WITI FOOJD) ikes"BLACK LEAF 40"
'rn&44J4a .3 lent for foods having a laxative A 6oMUCHFARTH6RoYor /
'effect, and in some cases one must DASH IN FEATRERS..
14' be guided by personal experience.But .

o C. Houston Goudisa inasmuch as the whole grain

i 11,1, offers a free bulletin "KEEPING products furnish the, body with
COOL WITH FOOD" which distinguishes larger amounts of minerals and Town

between "heating"/.ind vitamins B and G, a' good general
"cooling" foods and contains ;ample rule is to consume at least half eyoliB.u. StlitJJreS

piq d/a menus showing how to e.t for of one's bread and other cereal Our community includes the farm homes
weather health and
/ hot CQmfort. foods in the whole grain form. surrounding the town. The town storesare
A post card is sufficient to: carry -itDigestibility- there for the accommodation and to
{ your request. Just address of Grains serve the people of our farm homes. The
: R.a C. Houston Goudiss, 6 fast 39th merchants who advertise "specials" aremerchantswhoaresuretheYC8nmeetall
Street, New York City, an J ask for The whole grain products are )
"Keeping Cool with Food." less completely digested than competition in both quality and prices.IN '
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I SUNDAY ILcsson ring in It. .

Some_ girls would rather be
: ] By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. I Sandwich Filler. Chopped For Mud Stains.-Allow the
NEWS Dean of The Moody Bible Institute looked round at than up to. I
of Chtca o. olives, chopped chives, and cream mud to get quite dry then brush
@ Western Newspaper Union. Many a girl who's a lap lander -
cheese make a delicious paste for with a clean, really stiff brush. II
ij i ain't a foreigner.The .
r sandwiches. this doesn't remove the stains, rub
Lesson for 14 less some girls have on *
THIS August them with a sliced raw potato,
the more they try to show off. Orderly Bathroom.-Don't forget which should do the trick.

THE RELATION OF TEMPERANCE If all the men are alike, whyis to fold towels or hang straighton *

TO CHARACTERLESSON it so hard for a girl to-makeup racks after using. Nothing The Wobbly Table.-Have you a

WEEK ; her mind. which one she looks so disorderly in a bathroomas wabbly table in your home which

TEXT-Proverbs 4:10-23: I Thes- wants? a: lot of crumpled towels. has one leg a bit shorter than the
J I salonians 5:5.8.GOLDEN *'
TEXT-WIne Is a mocker strong Did you hear about the girl rest and it always has to be

By LEMUEL F. PARTON drink Is raging: and whosoever Is deceived who drove into the service station Beans in Color.-Cook peas and propped a bit to stay pat? One

thereby Is not wise.-Proverbs 20:1. Man recently and said, "Giveme green beans' uncovered if, you woman solved this problem ,by

YORK.-England pioneered: Said.PRIMARY TOPIC-What a Wise a quart of red oil. My tail want them to retain their color. Be tacking an ordinary rubber, washer -

businessman diplomat-* JUNIOR TOPIC-A Wise Man's Way. light is gone out."? careful not to overcook- green on the leg and her table is assecure -
shrewdly and effectively, it would .How the Use of Liquor Affects Character. vegetables. as can be now.

seem. Many of her best .fixers YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOPIC-
How the Use of Liquor Affects Character.
and negotiatorsBest

Fixers throughout the .
Have Stake world have been; Childhood remembrances are 1 T. Byf0 1
commonly sweet and preciousbutsome .
In DealsNEW men who had a. ,
personal stake in. of them are vivid on the pagesof VV 0 SPEARS DEPARTMENTSILOS
because they relate to
the outcome of their operations.
dangerous and distressing things.
They were not disinterested, perhaps f
Among the things decent people
but no more were the tradi-.
avoided like the when the
tional who
diplomats knew protocol/
writer was a boy was the saloon.To .
perhaps, but nothing about oil.
be seen entering such places was A DOLLAR SAVED in, feed cost Is a dollar
America followed with Nor- to mark one's character, and to be a SILVER added to SHIELD your profit.SILOS.Cut Write feed cost with -
for valu-
man II. Davis, a financier who frequenter of them was to be lost to able silo booklet CANNED DOLLARS..
became an effective European Lamneck Products. Inc., 518 Dublin Avenue -
all that was good and holy. Columbus Ohio. '
f':; swing man under five Presidents -
If!" High sounding and very pious o.Ef' .
and then came Spruille
were the assurances that when pro- OPPORTUNITYHow
Braden, engineer and industrialist X
hibition was repealed we would nev-
who was our ambassadoratlarge would you like to receive 100 lettersa
er see the return of the saloon, but day each containing lOc. We Will send 3
in Latin America until he formulas and plans for 10c and a stamp.
have them in multiplied num-
became minister to Colombialast we ei Graham Service, Box 2137, Miami Fla.:
ber, and with a shameless appealto
women as well as men, to our

Roosevelt, agreeing to; growing girls and boys as well as

act as an arbitrator in the Chaco to adults. Clever advertising has

dispute, picks Mr. Braden to repre-: sought to make it "smart" to drink,

sent'him. In his own private indus-' and "manly" to be able to "carry"liquor. Q o e Q e e

trial diplomacy throughout South. It is for that reason that tit sW

America, the husky and gregarious; is of the utmost importance that we

Mr. Braden has proved himself an' develop strong and intelligent char-

excellent pacifier and trouble- acter in our boys and girls-so that c G\

shooter.He they may not only appraise the I ,\ .! '
knows the score in oil, copper, vicious "booze business" for whatit

rubber, minerals, hides and what: really is, but also have the

not, and this ma- strength of character to fight it, not

Braden Wise terialized: and par-: only for themselves, but for their

In Latin ticularized diplo-! weaker brother. They should know Wo WW nVflWnice

Diplomacy macy has made, and proclaim that the saloon, v

him useful in diplomatic -. whether it be called an "inn" or foraNEW

representations at various; .a "tavern," is always a "bar"i
South American conferences. He i Simple embroidery for luncheon mats.
"A bar to Heaven, a door to Hell; kind
has been working on the Chaco set-; Whoever named it named it well." WE SAY luncheon mats yet, gives complete directions for of

tlement for the last three years.In I. Developing Strength of Character more and more, mats are be- many novelties, gifts and thingsfor vacationTHIS

his youth, he did a short turn: (Prov. '4:10-23). ing'used three times a day. This yourself and the children. It

in the mines near Elkhorn, Mont., of change from the traditional tablecloth also fully illustrates 90 embroidery -
Solomon the writer of
his native town, and then went to( many stressedthe saves time and laundry; the stitches with interesting vari- year, try a new vacation -
the Proverbs
Yale and became a mining engi' importance, constantly of gaining wisdom. color and variety of mats add in- ations.- You will use these again -where it's cool, where

neer. terest to table anaagain for reference. Ask for
A man may be a perfect encyclo- settings.A there's golf, yachting, beachor
He was a second-string halfback: pedia of information and yet may set of sheerest organdie is Book 2, enclosing 25 cents. Ad- pool bathing and every

at Yale, but a first string engineer!; lack the wisdom to apply that' used with dainty china. The mat dress Mrs. Spears, 210 S. Des- conceivable recreation plus

and promoter from the start, elec- knowledge to life. Dr. Hight C. 'shown here is the other extreme.. plaines St., Chicago. military and marine pageantryat
trifying Chile for Westinghouse, or- It is made of soft blue denim and
Moore, in Points for Emphasis, pro- history's birthplace I The
ganizing the Bolivia-Argentina Exploration is embroidered in heavy white cot-
vides a most helpful outline of this building and grounds are
corporation, branching out! ton. Napkins be made to Jewels
; may Largest
portion of Proverbs 4, which will beautiful-the sea view
widely in South American development match white napkinsmay mag-
or plain
assist the reader and teacher. He '
nificent. There's
'' dancing
ti) and finance. He desperately' be used. Here are all the
.-- wanted to be minister to Chile, but suggests that we must (1) "acceptthe directions you will need for the According to Wodiska's "Bookof nightly-Only a few hours

was consoled with Colombia. "challenge of a worthy goal, v. embroidery.Cut Precious Stones," one of the away. Write for rates.
10, by listening as a son to a fatherto
largest and finest emeralds knownto
He is fo/ty-four: years old, remembered the words which shall give us a the mats the desired size,
ia New York as the long and happy life._ Then we pulling a thread of the fabric to exist belongs to the duke of
guide in cutting the edge Devonshire, in England; it weighs t1Headquarters
fastest and hardest-working must (2) "follow the way of wis- you ,
straight. Hem the edges by hand 1,350 carats or nearly nine ounces,
handball player around JackO'Brien's dom, vv. 1113." It is a way that
and found in the mines of Muzo
was -
gymnasium, in whichhe has been tested by those who have withinch hems, using matching

combated a tendency to preceded us, and they have found it cotton sewing thread or raveled Colombia, South America. An- jyiLLIAMSBURG
threads of the fabric if other large one which was for- Yorktown Jamestown
they are
plumpness, creeping up on hima to be the right way. This will enable -
bit in late strong enough. Now, blanket stitch merly in the Russian collection is
years. us to (3) "avoid the way ofI
reported to be nearly 10 inches TaeCIIAMBERJJIN
over the hems with the embroidery -
the wicked 14-17. Note the
He was married in 1915 to th I vv.
long and 4% inches in
thread shown here at A.
beautiful and socially eminent Se-: dreadful picture of those who not as
flawless rubies
Large are rare,
Next make tiny chain stitches be-
norita Maria Humeres del Solar of only do wickedness but delight in ,
j though one authority mentions a
tween the blanket stitches at B.
others into their as
Chile. They have three daughtersand leading paths,
ruby in Tibet of 2,000 carats,
This the for
completes embroidery
two sons. Their New York res- in fact they cannot sleep unless
though not of first quality. An-
Sidney Bantu,President
the long sides of the mats. The
idence is the former George W. Per- they have misled some poor soul. other referred to as tHe Great J

kins estate at RiverdaleontheHudson. Shun that path, and (4) "irradiatethe short ends are embroidered more Burmese Ruby was reported to OLD POINT COMFORT
Make V stitch at
path to the larger life, vv. 18, elaborately. a weigh 400 carats. Some of the
.SSCARL 19." The way to life is a light path the top of every other blanket VIRGINIA
most famous rubies of the' world
stitch as shown at C. Chain
"that shineth and The
J. HAMBRO, burly presi- more more.
have between 25 and 50
stitches then made at D. weighed
are as
of the Norwegian parlia- way of the wicked is stumbling and

ment, is in America for a lecture darkness. The devil and his fol- NOTE: Mrs. Spears' latest book carats.

tour. There is an interesting cut- lowers are trying to make young

back in his career. people believe just the opposite.Let .

. Predicted At Geneva, in us teach them the truth that UNA and INA .at the Circus I I

.1 Collapse 1927, he staged they may (5)) "heed every syllableof I

I Of League spectacular debate all the words of God, w. 20-23." i
with Austen Give attention to God's Word, listen MAURER ? HIS DAD'S POCKET

Chamberlain, in which, speaking for to it, read it,. keep it hiddenin WAS PICKED IN THE SIDE 'BOBBY'i! 1

the small states, he vehemently in- your heart. .The heart in Scrip- SHOW, AND THEY CANT 1
sisted that the league must find a ture stands for the very center of HAVE EVEN ONE ICE n L

way to restrain strong aggressors, man's spiritual being, out of whichare CREAM CONE p(

or else find itself impotent and discredited all the issues of life. Evil L

in a few years. thoughts, unholy desires and ambitions I \
hidden there will \
With equal vehemence, Mr. ultimatelybe
revealed in overt acts of ungod- I'I
Chamberlain proclaimed the
trustworthiness of the strong liness. Even so the Word of God

states and their humanitarianaims. hidden there will bring forth life in y

Warning Mr. Hambro all its abundant beauty and

i against overt restraints by the strength.The II

league, he said, "Along that young man or woman who is
''w% road lies danger." thus taught God's Word in the home I Ig- '
and the church will have an im- r ;..
Mr. Hambro was the most distin- pregnable defense against the wiles w

guished recruit of the Oxford group and temptations of the world, the

movement in 1935, and has since devil.II. .
and the
been a leader of the movement in SAY-THIS IS *
Exhibiting Strength of Char- NO! WE MAKE IT MAURERN REFRIGERATORS, ?
The Lord is coming again! Paul EXPENSIVE TOrt FREEZES
Dr. Frank ?
by Buchman, founderof was constantly looking forward to MAKE, THOUGH ONLY COSTS A 'TO JELU0ICECREAM I x

the movement, in Geneva, he told the day of His coming. It was not \ FEW PENNIES I q, ,,
of the mystic exaltation of the ,
com his lot to live until the Lord came OH BOY.' POWDER 3aiO ICE CREAM POWDER IS THE KIND
pany and later announced his ad- THAT MAKES A WALE QUART AND A MAU"!
but he was not mistakep in looking
herence to ,the group. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR ALL 6FLAVORSM
"for Him. The Lord has tarried, ,c fl SOMe
.though a conservative, Mr. why only He knows but it is the ICE CREAM .
Hambro is the president of the Labor judgment of many excellent Bible ToDAr. : =

party of Norway. For many expositors that the next great event 5t
years, he has been leading the fightof t t; to take place in divine history ,is CR M

the smaller nations in the league His return. What a glorious hope} ,.
Arriving in New York, he remark::; But while we await His coming I Pt7

dryly that Norway is old-fashioned I we are not to sleep as those, round eyiq. IV00.

i i -she has a surplus in her budget. about us. Watchfulness sobriety of STRAWBERRY-VANILLA CHOCOLATE
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The Clewiston News imagination that would make Jules I'ner, but otherwise they were left 1 rolls. Death had claimed 1950of ed States Civil Service Board of
Verne's look like a total loss. Ev- to their own devices. I a total of 3,018 who had been Examiners at the post office or i

ery day he pulls something new ,! The Tampa group, who made the removed for various causes. custom house in any city which

Published every Friday In Clewjston and most of 'em are louder and I observation car trailerprovided I has a post office of the first or I
Florida Inc. by the CLBWISTON NEWS, funnier. His Professor Quiz programs by the Portland Cement Civil Service Exams second class, or from the United

I at the band shell on Friday organization, Included Mr. Sweeney,I States Civil Service commission,

nights are "tops" and this week I I Mr. Hudgens, Dr. H. J. Blackmon, Are AnnouncedThe Washington, D. C.LET'S. I
KKATHLEY BOWDEN, Editor he pulled off a "Male Beauty Con J, L, Hearin, Lem P.Voods, T.M. \ ,.. i
test" that left the spectators hanger -. Trayner, WJ. J. Houlihan, C. ii i

Entered as second class mall in' on, the ropes and gaspin' for Allen, Glen B. Jennings, and F.\\f United States Civil Service EAT I
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office ii f breath.I Frank Fuller. commission has anounced open .
Clewiston, Florida under the Act o ---
March 3, 1897.Subscription. can remember the time when Mr Bitting's dinner guests included competitive examinations for the X
the mosquitoes used to be in I the above group and Jay positions named below. Waffles< are well known as a

Year. 'charge of the entertainment pro- Moran, F. Deane Duff, Joe First assistant physician (Psychiatrist breakfast or luncheon dish. Theyare
Kate $2.00 Per
1\\1. .
Advertising Rates On Application. gram, but that's all changed now. R. Y. PattersonV.. C. ), $6,500 a year, St. Eliza equally welcome when served
I've been here a week and have P'rewitt, Sidney L. Crochet, ElbertL. beths Hospital, Washington; D. C. with hot chocolate or coffee in the

only encountered one lone mos- Stewart, J. A. McGehee, E. E. )Outstanding specialized and administrative afternoon, or for an after theatre

fare Devoted of Clewiston to the advancement and Hendry and Count wel quito. The days and nights have Kelly, E. M. Cornette, and J. experience in the treatment supper, or a Sunday night supper.
been delightfully cool and constant Beardsley from Clowiston and E'I I and care of patients suffering They are more popular since the
breezes the atmos- from mental disease is electric waffle iron makes it pos-
ocean temper C. Lord, W. J. Buck, Luther Jones required. -
N:N:N M:N:..:N:N:N:N:N N:N N H N:N:N:N N:N:N:N MAN..p phere. I got 'in one day's fishin' this and W. R. Hooker of Belle Glade. I Applicants must not have pass- sible to bake them at the table.
week and came home with a mess I The visitors returned to Tampa ed their fifty-third birthday. The following is a prize recipe:

Too Late To Classify of 25 plus a dose of sunburn anda Thursday morning. I Senior consultant in public as- Prize Waffles

blistered thumb, but that's alla sistance, $4,600 a year, consult- 2 cups flour

ty Russell Kay part of the game and the only Ban ant in public assistance, $3,800 a 1-2 level teaspon salt
thing that worries me right now Bitting Raps year, associate consultant in pub- 3 1-2 teaspoons baking powder

:--:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:--:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: is the thought that sooner or later lic assistance, $3,200 a year, as- 2 eggs separated .
I'll have to back to work sistant consultant in public assist-
go 1 1-2 cups milk
Continued from
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Daytona Beach.-There may b e and I know when that happens it's,, i Rico and the Phillipines." ance, $2,600 a year, social security 4 tablespoons melted butter
some folks who might need te gonna be plenty hard to take! : I board and department of labor.
., He said the diverting of American(I Sift flour, salt and baking
ponder over Mr. Dale Carnegie'} Optional subjects: Case work; and pow-
famed volume on "How to Make business to off-shore areas, employ social research and statistics. Cer- der into mixing bowl. Beat yolk of
Friends and Influence People" but Actress To Bring "DollHouse" ing labor at peon wages, had not tain educational training, and cer- eggs and add butter and milk.
these folks over here in Daytona resulted in the money returning to tain experience in an agency, or Add this, mixture little at a timeto
Beach know all the answers before To Tampa Soon the United States in return for agencies, administering public as- dry ingredients, beating well

Dale even thought up the ques-' II I! manufactures and other products. I sistance, are ,required. For the senior between each addition. When well 4
tions. I "The foreigners spent with us but and full grades applicants must beaten, fold in the stiffly whisked
Tampa, August 11.-Most movie a small fraction of what we spent! whites of eggs. Pour from a pitcher -
I don't know anywhere in the not have passed their fiftythirdbirthday
actresses who attain success and with them." into the center of a hot well-
:world where ,a country boy can I( for the associate grade
fortune leave their home town to "Not only do we guarantee these greased waffle iron. When nicely
bust right in and feel as muchat I they must not have passed their
build magnificent homes in Holly- areas over 70 percent ,of our sugar browned remove to platter and
home in a short time as you I forty-fifth birthday, and for the
wood, but charming and talented markets," Bitting continued, "but we with
sprinkle freely powdered
can right here. Take me for in- I assistant grade they must not have sugar -
Colleen Moore, Tampa girl who also permit them to short-change us with butter
or serve and maple
stance, I packs the family in the passed, their fortieth birthday.
achieved fame and fortune on stage in trade by millions of dollars. We syrup. '---'
gasoline go-cart, piles a mess t>f i Applications must be on file with
and screen, returns to Tampa next give them our markets; we permit
luggage bric-a-brac and the family I the Civil Service commission, Before baking, the waffle iron
month and is bringing a $435,000 them to pay starvation wages, and
dog on top of 'em and telegraph I I Washington, D. C., not later than should be hot on both sides, and
house with her. we let them ,spend our money with
editor Fitzgerald of the Observerand September 6, if received from greased with a padded fork dip-
others who have a standard of liv-
Summer Reporter that they'reon While her Tampa and Florida states east of Colorado, and not ped into fat. Reverse the iron to
the and ask him to if visit will be brief and the houseis ing as low as their own. later than '
way see September 9, if received istribute, grease evenly. Open, and
he can help 'em find an old piano not to remain here, her coming Bitting addressed members of the from Colorado and states west- fill two-thirds full. Cover and cook '

box or deserted shack along the promises to be an event Tam- Coral Gables Chamber of Com- ward. about one minute on one side, then
merce and Real Estate Board, and
beach somewhere as shelter and pans and Floridians will long remember Full information may be obtained turn and cook a little longer on
I'll follow 'em over as soon as the for not only is everyone I chamber of commerce members from I from the secretary of the Unit- the other.
laundry brings back my other shirt. eager to see Colleen, but the house, Homestead, Redlands, South Miami
she brings is her world famed and Miami. There was also an .entertainment -
Well, Fitz goes down to the City
House" which will be on dis-I program.-Miami Herald -- -
"Doll -
and tells 'em '- -
Hall; a tramp news-
': -- :. n'j' = ._ .:'==' ,
7th -- -
paper guy is comin' and suggests play in Tampa from September T

that instead of trampin' out to through September 16th. While 'a Christian CavaliersTo

greet him with the "keys to the small admission charge will be

city" which is an old gag any- made to see the world's most magnificent Sing In LaBelle]

how-why not meet him at the I toy, the money goes to '

city gates with the key to a beach i charity for the care of afflicted I .. \,. ,

cottage? i crippled children.A The "Asbury Christian Cavaliers \

The commissioners liked the premiere showing of the famed ," a quartet from the Men's I : ; ;" ; : ;:: ':: ": +#.'.
: ; ;
idea, but they didn't have any "Doll House" will occur on Glee Club'of Asbury College, Wil-. :. :; ;
unoccupied cottages layin' round Tuesday evening from 8 to 11 p. more, Ky., will present a special ; <. I
loose, so the Commissioner 'Ralph m. when Miss :Moore will person- gospel service of sacred music in I -, /; : For;;>;.j. :., :r: ,.: 1 1I

Richards stops the argument about ally receive guests and visitors. It Carlson Memorial Methodist I ,.'!, ." __ ;\ ::0> I

the city tryin' to rent one by of- will be shown every day there-, Church, LaBelle, Florida, on the .- -,.-,. A ,: :.': '>(',
I 16th. evening of next Monday, August -," '. ,, ', :. I'
ferin' to turn his home over, ,to after through September / I !
the Kay family for the month of I Miss :Moore, who gained inter- 15th, at 8:15 p. m. : ; : '

August as his family was out of' national fame as a film star, was These young men have been tour- ji ?; ; : Ii

town. So he moves out and I ar- born and raised in Tampa and it ing the western and southern ,

rived oVer here last week to find was largely because of this fact states all summer holding services ,', ,. d. ",. ," I
the family lollin' around in lux- that she decided to present the'Doll nearly every night. They are among .: ,, '.:

ury that to me seemed downright House"; to Floridians for the the leading students of Asbury Printingof : :
; : I I
sinful, makin' themselves, at homein first time in this city. College, and excellent singers.All :'.:
' '
a dream of a beach castle, righton The "Doll House", insured for who love good music will ':. ; ? I
.;, : ;:. I
the ocean front, completely furn- nearly a half million dollars, was find this service a real treat. A : ,", ." -. ",- .
ished and as up to date as tomorrow started by Miss Moore ten years, I cordial invitation is extended to I II

with terraced lawns, spa- ago. The story of the doll house all. I ;,; : :
; ;' {
cious grounds, a solarium, tiled I began with Colleen's early love for (No admission will be chargedbut i : j' i' > i ;,

baths and showers, a whole flockof dolls and finds its climax in her a free will offering will be I I .; Ii IiI

bed rooms, and so many other later. love of children and keen taken. ,I ,;., f ):-;,+

advantages that it makes our mod- desire to aid those crippled and \ I I ',,.'1,. -.. \'. ." ,. ,. I I
est Tampa home look like a dirty afflicted, in whose interest the I SUGAR I ,.:' ." ,: .."" ,' ":-"l."'" ; 'I':

deuce in a clean deck. magnificent toy is displayed.Her 'l' .- .' .''' ''
The only trouble with Daytona father helped her fashionher The AAA gives the following .. '" : : :,'., } :. :

Beach is that these folks just nev- first doll house from an old figures as statistics on sugar for the

er know when to stop bein' nice cigar box and gave her a miniature first six months of 1938: total deliveries '

to a guy. Here they no more than dictionary to go in it. The 2,881,485 short tons, raw

get me parked comfortable in a present doll house is nothing less value, compared with 3,317,224 last r

cozy cottage than they begin try- than an enchanted fairy castle, the jear; distribution of sugar in the :
in' to keep me away from it by most fabulous and famous miniature continental U. S. in form for'con-

providin' so much to do, so many palace in the world.It sumption for the six-months periodwas

things to go to, and such inter- is nine feet square and 13 : by refiners, 1,930,630 short

esting and pleasing engagementsand feet high, and is the eighth dollhouse tons; by beet sugar factories, 449-

entertainment, that a guy don't that Miss Moore has owned. 900 short tons; by importers, 281- ent ,' .., .
have a chance to much more than Among the treasures it contains a "
537 short tons; and by '
change clothes in it and maybe $65,000 chandelier of diamonds : r.c : :
sugar mills, 50,757 short tons ; ,
knock off a wink of sleep now and crystals, which hangs in the'reat .
These deliveries converted to
and then. -; hall, electric light bulbs the value, total 2,881,485, short tons.raw : : :' : : fi:: }

Durin' the day they are con- I size of a grain of wheat, that actually The distribution of sugar for local ,., : ., ,

tinually pullin' off beach picnic I. light, more than 2,000 objects consumption in the Territory of ( : ; ,,
parties; golf matches, bathing part- of tiny furnishings, a weeping Hawaii for the first six months was ,: ";;'" \ '' "
ies, fishin' excursions, sight seein' willow tree that sheds "tears : ; : '
tons for Puerto Rico
10,653 and .0 t 2 < I-
trips, afternoon cocktail assemblies, '>{ joy into the fountain", a golden 29,612 tons. ;, "' ,<;1, ;, .r.. '$ ,JH?: "
tennis and hand ball melees, baseball -' organ with more than 100 key, .

games and a lot of similar each one 1-16 of an inch wide anti SOCIAL WELFARE BOARD : 'T ;1.- :;:.ts: : ;t.i! :I

stunts while every evening affords played by remote control, and first ,, ,
GIVES ANNUAL REPORTJacksonville. : See
opportunities for fun and frolicon :and only miniature editions of .it 7 .: .::j I >' ..I '
the boardwalk with band con- books by prominent authors, many

certs, bathing beauty revues, bin- "ess than an inch high (Special).During < ; .p.

go, carnival attractions, games, tThe net proceeds from the small the first year of its incumbencythe : t" : ;

contests and whatnot-all of 'em ;admission charge will be turned State Welfare Board received ;,, ; ,; ,
: : : t
fun and none you want to miss. over to charitable activities. Placd 36,278 applications for Old Age ? ,. > ,,T ;; ;;?!

So' before you know it you find "> on tour some time ago by Miss Assistance which added to the 8- I.
yourself away behind on your sle p Moore: the doll house has been 416 pending when it was inducted : : ,

but it sure takes your mind off :.hown in scores of cities, has trav- into office on July 1, 1937, broughtthe ) ,' ..- ..
your worries and even if it is eled more than 100,000 miles in total number of applicationsto

strenuous it is the most wonderful 'i special railroad car, and from 44,694.Of .

vacation in the world. its exhibition hundreds of thousands :- the applications flied, 21,423 This

There was a time when the I l I of dollars have been raised were approved, 6,889 rejected, 4- Newspaper. .
ocean was the principal attraction by Miss Moore for aid of crip- disposed of for other reasons, with

over here, but now a fellow shard pled children throughout the na 12,227 pending as of June 30, .,
pressed to find time for a tion. 1938.
dip for they have a chap named Other statistics made public at )

Charlie Herring who is entitled Re- Tampa Group the state office of the board here!
creation Director, and Charlie )
this week showed that 10,838 persons -)
spends his time sittin' 'round with ----.- were receiving old age assist-! '

his feet on the desk thinkin' up (Continued from page 1) ante when ,the board took charge

stunts to entertain Daytona Beach the United States Sugar Corporation ,and that at the end of the first I lk:'

;ueat5 and I'll pay that boy has un entertained the grpup; at dll fiscal year 29,169) wore on tli? '. '"J. ', ..- J.,''" .J. "'.:-.".... "t,p.t;;.'!\., ..;.;> tM)' ,Ii!.. '...-..."-


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;. s. Mrs. H. L. "In anticipation of the greatestfall
. UhUUUUH DeLaney was hostessto
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I i Ii :d. .1\r.s; : Harry Turner's, bridge club Thursday state has experienced in years, the
Cliff Savage of West Palm Beac: Mr. R. C. Wilson and Florida Motor Lines Corporation is Counselor and Attorney at Law
afternoon at her home in La-
was a business visitor here Tuesday.Mr. Mrs. W. H. Lanier spent the weekend Belle. investing $250,880 in new modern Hopkins Building

in Miami visiting Mr. and Mrs Wednesdays and Saturdays !:
Mrs. R. C. Wilson won a'lovely I zephyr buses, according to a state-
and Mrs. Don Young and George Royal who have a cottage ment made here 0:30 to 4:00
bath mat for high score prize, Mrs. to-day by presi- :.v
Miss Mae Lily Stone spent there for a month.
Monday; dent P.
G. Howe
J lB. J. Schroeder two decks of cardsas of Florida Motor J
in Fort Myers." '
cut prize and Mrs. R. C. Nowl- Lines.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Small ',
werevisitors ing a novelty bridge set for' low .
The first of the new "FloridaZephyr" J. S. CAMPBELL .
Mrs. J. J. Graham and daughter, Sunday in LaBelle. Their .
The hostess served a delicious
Sally, are leaving today for a visi niece, Frances Barnes, returned salad buses are now being placed '

I in JaCkSOnville with them and is spending this course' to Mrs. C. E. Nail, in service on through runs between Jeweler & Watch-maker '

I' week with them here. Mrs. Wi H. Lanier, Mrs. T. B. principal Florida cities. Another .

Shelley" Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. R. delivery is in
I Miss Dorothy Lockhart of For -- All Kinds of Jewelry Repairs
C. Wilson, Miss Mae Palmer, Mrs.B. ,
" Myers visited friends in Clewiston Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hooks have weeks which will place new equip-
J. Schroeder, Mrs. R. C. Nowlingand ment Optical ;
Sunday. moved to Pahokee. Mr. Hooks will on almost all through runs Repairs .

be employed on the government Mrs. Turner. of the system.Elimination AT CHRISTIAN'S BARBER SHOP
The guests surprised their hostessby :
f. Mrs. A.M Lawrence, 1\1'1'8. Foy dredge, 'Velatka, in that vicinity for presenting her with a showerof of exterior baggage ,

Durrence and Mrs. G. E. Ethertou several months. attractive handkerchiefs in appreciation racks on' top of tile buses offersa ) I

spent this week in Miami. more pleasing "stream-lining" .r f AGENT .
of her courtesy and hos- j
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. '
-- Stewart hadas the entire coach.

Miss Leah Richaud has returned their guests Saturday and Sun- pitality.' L. B. Mershon '
from a visit of several days withMiss )]l day C. H. Moorman of Wauchulaand type reclining chairs and
MOTOR COMPANY SALES air-flow ventilation to accommodate New York Life :
Barbara Smith in Tampa. Mrs. A. B. Hipp and Mrs. M.

i _____ ]Rawlings of Plant City. ORGANIZATION ENTERTAINED air-conditioning units mark a radio Insurance ,
cal departure from buses previouslyused. Company
Mr. and Mrs., R. C. Nowling spent
E. E. Kelly, president of the The motor beneaththe
'. ,unday visiting relatives in Fort Mr. and Mrs. J. Irvin Davis of being ARCADIA, FLORIDA ,
; Clewiston Motor company Cater- the center of is
body, gravity
Myers.! Albany" Georgia, and Mr. and Mrs. )
pillar dealer, entertained at dinnerat close to road. The wheelbasehas
-.-.- '\\'. B. 'Duval of Atlanta are spending the '.,',"
the Clewiston Inn last night fora been increased nine inches and
Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Beery, Mr. several days: in Clewiston. Mr. NORGE
from the Caterpillar the back REFRIGERATORS
has been
group or- redesigned to
and Mrs. E. T. Beery and son, Gene, Davis and Mr. Duval are associated

spent Sunday in Fort Myers. with the Caterpillar Corporation.Miss ganization. give additional body grace. Furniture and Home Vnrnlshings:
Mr. and Mrs. J. Irvin Davis, of
The spare ures on the new buses PHILCO RADIOS
AlbanyGeorgia, Mr. and Mrs. W. ,
.Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berner and Betty Spicer has returned are carried under the floor on
H;. Duval of Atlanta, and Mr. and
children, Bob and Carline, were from Tallahassee where she attended siding itrays which operate on roller Household FurnishingsInc.
Mrs. L. R. Dixon of Peoria, Illinois,
visitors in Palm Beach Sunday. the summer session at Florida bearings, not unlike regular
were 'guests from the national
I or-
State College for Women. She filing cabinets. The batteries are .
ganization. All have been
Mr. and MJrs.\ J. F. McClure, jr. will return. to college for the fall spending carried in a compartment also on BELLE GLADE FLORIDA.
several days in Clewiston in. con-
of Pahokee, visited in Clewistonon I term. roller bearings in the side of the

Sunday: afternoon.Mrs. nection with Caterpillar sales. bus. With a higher floor and the .....
Also guests at the dinner
I W. M. Bradnack is leaving this were carrying of spare tires, batteries,
Mr. and Mrs. John Miller of Pa-
J. V. Thomas and Mrs. Paul week-end for Brunswick, Georgia, I[ etc. in specially built compartments : "
hokee Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley not
Rardin of Canal Point for short visit with relatives. onlq
were in a Mrs. I beneath the bus, 80 cubic feet of
Mr. and Mrs. Campbell E. Nail, and ,
Clewiston ,on business Tuesday, Bradnack, who has been visiting additional space is available for
Miss Marge Hood of Clewiston.
in Brunswick and in New York City comfort of passengers.
Following the dinner the men attended T
Mr. and Mrs. S. A.. Nail of Canal will return with liim.
a sales meeting at the With the elimination of exterior
Point visited friends and relativesin ---'
motor building and the roof baggage racks, the interior.
Clewiston Sunday afternoon.Dr. Fred Hill; of Melbourne; was in
I ladies enjoyed an 'evening of bridge. baggage racks are carried right
Clewiston Friday, transacting busi-
back to the rear of the coach. cre-
B. T. Tillery and J. M. ness and greeting old friends. Mr.

Gilliford of Columbus, Georgia, visIted Hill is associated with the Couch Large Crowd Enjoys ating additional head room.
Interior decoration of the buses
friends in Clewiston Tuesday. Manufacturing company at Grant, '
is in the modern manner, utilizing
.-- Florida. Two Ball Games
chrome metal and plastic light
Mrs. M. H. Scotti has left for
...... fixtures.All but PROFITABLE
New York City where she will visit Rev. Kent Pendleton of Fort -

her mother for two weeks. Myers was a visitor Sunday in A large crowd turned out at the seats, including the five at ,:

Clewiston, occupying the pulpit of ball diamond__ yesterday afternoonfor the very back of the bus, reclineto CThere are several safe places for ';::,

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Jones of the' Community Church in the absence -r. a few hours of baseball entertainment four positions and all have footstools your savings...in a safe deposit '

Miami were business visitors in I of the regular minister, Rev. and saw a mixed team adjusted to give the most box, in government bonds, invested '

Clewiston the first of the week. I Forest C. Taylor.Outoftown from Clewiston go down in defeat comfort to passengers whether they here, etc. The principal differenceis I

10 to 2 at the hands of Lake that HERE
I --- I : a be tall or short. Seats are ,up- your savings earn a

Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Yon visited visitors at the meeting Harbor team. holstered with dark blue velour, generous profit for you... because

Mr. and Mrs.. Dick Bowman in of the Clewiston .American Even the score-keepers lost countof and the sides of the bus are fully they work constantly and profitably,

.j) South Bay Saturday evening. Legion Post Tuesday evening at the the runs made in the second' insulated and ,covered with a spec- amply secured by many homes. ','

Inn were S. A. Graves Robert Wald- game of the afternoon when the ial material which insulates the

:Miss Margaret Cato of Arcadiais ron, Roscoe Miller of LaBelle and Leans and the Fats held their sec- bus against heat in the summer! and
spending this week in Clewiston 1''. M. McClenithan of Fort Denaud.' ond bout of the season. All seem- cold in the winter.A Clewiston ,
visiting Miss Marcia Avant.C. ed agreed, however that the Leans
radical change has been madein and Loan
Russell Kay,. secretary of the won by a score of'a few dozen to Savings
the ventilation system the
V. Parkinson is spending a Florida State Press Association, of ,.two or three.
buses.: Air is admitted to
few weeks vacation on a motor I Tampa, was a business visitor in The Fats, W. W. Peery, Glenn new AssociationLOST

trip through the west.' Clewiston this week. Mr. Kay attended Etherton, W. M. Martin, L. C.I a closed compartment over thedriver's

( the AAA hearing on, sugar 'Reddish, Tom Shelley, Robert compartment by two louvers -
the 'coach and
at each side of
Mrs. Ed Hayes, sr. of Homeland, labor wage rates held in Moore George, George Yon, G. Small, Paul .
the air is forced by power blower
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hayes, Haven on Tuesday.Mr. Bussey and Firtz' Wright provided
into the body at the rate of 350
jr. for a few 'weeks. I most of the entertainment, while
cubic feet minute. The driverscan ::
I and Mrs. O. A. Ward have the ,Leans, Foy Durrence, A. L. per
the of the intake -
Miss June McKinstry of Pahokee as their''' guest for a month, Mr. Hackett, Sidney' Crochet, Gordon regulate
I' suit cli-
exhaust fans to
spent the week-end in Clewiston Ward's niece, Mrs. F. M. Dunn of Mobley, Elbert Stewart, Andy Beery, and

visiting Mrs. Jimmy W/ilson./ Jacksonville. Mrs. Dunn, Mr. and Bill Bolton, Charlie Miner ,and Joe matical conditions. Black onyx: ring, diamond inset -

-.- I Mrs. Ward and daughter, Grace, Schroeder provided most ,of the runs. "The slightly more than a quar- on Wednesday evening

Anne Pafford spent Tuesday night spent a few days this week at ter million dollars invested in new

and Wednesday,: in Moore Haven i. Bonita Springs. 'I Large Avocados Are modern buses represents the larg- between Hopkins Building and

visiting! Phyllis Flanders.Dr. est single order ever placed by any residence of G. Z. Meredith.

I Dr. Glenn J. Potter of New York Grown By BeardsleyTwo Florida bus company for rolling Reward, if returned to Eunice

and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Emma City was a brief visitor in Clewiston I stock, and demonstrates o'ur faithin

Jane Ezelle. Renee Wethington and Tuesday afternoon. Dr. Potter practiced avocadoes weighing 2 1-2 the continued growth of Florida )Meredith

Edgar Ezelle, jr., left Thursday to I in Clewiston for several pounds each' were displayed in Clew- ," president Howe said. I I I

spend a few days in Miami.' months, leaving here eighteen mon- iston the first of the week by J, E.

ths ago. He is now connected witha Beardsley. The avocadoes were of KIRK: BUYS CERTIFICATESON ........................................:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:.::..:..:..:..:..:...;..
Mr. and Mrs... Charles,, H. Miller New York city hospital, and the Pollock variety and were grownon : .
and children of Tampa arrived Wed- was on a short vacation in Florida.He the Beardsley.farm six miles I

nesday to spend a week with Mr. was amazed at the amount of east of Clewiston. 1 For Rent ]!

and Mrs. Leslie Miller. new construction in Clewiston during This luscious tropical fruit has (Glades County Democrat)

the 18 months of his absence.'VAHDpnANCIS become very popular in the Clewis- C. J. Kirk, of LaBelle, purchased -I':2 ?

Mrs. Hubert Land, Gene and tax certificates at a MurphyBill : ..
ton area and trees have been
many Furnished
:|:_: 3 Room *
sale here last Saturday morning :
Shari Land, Miss Marcia Avant and
1I set out during the past few years. ..
Miss Margaret Cato spent Thurs- I Mr. Beardsley has several, both to a full section and a portion :* Apartment ;::;

day afternoon in West Palm Beach. Mr. and 'Mrs. Arthur O. Ward seedlings and budded stock, whichare lying of a section along the of Glades Caloosahatch/se county/ land and I i: Hot Water \::;

announce the engagement and bearing this year.

Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Johnson and approaching marriage The Pollock is a variety imported south to Goodno. I Box 423 Phone %i
(' : or
The tract amounted to 815.0!! ,
son, Neal, of Tampa, visited Mr. of their daughter, from the West Indies and is parti-

:: arid Mrs. B. J. Schroeder for several ,Mildred, cularly suitable for this local grow- acres, all of section thirty-five 'and :% 319 .?;

,J days. I The to wedding Mr. Judson will V.take; Francis place in ing mid-summer conditions for maturing those fruit.who wisha a 42 portion south, of range section 30 east.26 in township I .;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..................................................................

H. H. Hunt, of U. S. Engineer St. Margaret's Church, Clewiston, t- . . . .
district office,' Jacksonville, was a I at 9 a.m. Monday, September '5th. )MARIE ROBBINS OFF FOR yNNN,1.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N:N:11N, ;1NLN1N/, , .:NN, :H,1.:..:..:..:..:..:..;..;..;..;..;..;..;NN, ;NNNN, ;NNN, ;.A N;

business visitor here for a. few. days No invitations are being mailed and MONTH AT GIRL'S CAMP Y I

this week. all friends ..
of the couple' are cordially 12. 'MEN

invited to attend. Miss Marie Robbins local high Y I

Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Flandersof school Yi
girl, left this week for Lake

Moore Haven were guests of DANCING CLUB ENTERTAINEDBY Toxaway, North Carolina, where she i Your Credit 'Is Good _I:
friends in Clewiston Tuesday even- will
I OWEN BOYS WEDNESDAY serve as assistant councillorat ..
ing. a girls' fftr the coming y I
I Members of-the month. :;: Wear a NEW Tailored Individual :_:
I younger set's
Mrs. George Terrell and little dancing club were entertained by Miss Robbins, who is the daughter Measure Suit While You Pay :;:

son, Donald, have returned from> Bill and Dick Owen at their of Mr. and Mis. C. E. Robbins 3.

\\ aycross, Georgia, where they were on home recently spent a few weeks at Gulf- Y Old
I Wednesday evening.. A postcard will bring the :|_:
called by the death of Mrs. Ter- Guests included Misses Beulah moor Camp at Venice, Florida. r.

rell's 'mother.Mr. There. her :: Dependable Tailor Representative *
I Guthrie, Lee Pridgen, Gloria Freed- ability and her |

lund, Florence Graham, Leah Rich- traits of leadership brought her to y

, Jacksonville. and Mrs. R. H. Rowan of aud, Margaret VonMach, Runelle the attention of the camp directors, :1;: CHAS E. LEAR :|::
arrived for
Tuesday a MicGehee Betty Bailey, Maxine with the result that ,she was en-

visit with Mrs. Rowan's father, and Laura Bailey and Jimmy Doty gaged to assist in the Lake Toxa- Clewiston Fla. :;:
Foster Hall,' : Box 508 |;
Meredith .
J, D, !Hooker, Louis Letter, :Francis. way camp for the remainder... of, the

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SYNOPSISThe myself in some way until you came "She's bridging. I don't play andI "Great! Is it very: far?"
home." won't be a kibitzer." "Not with me at the wheel.

congregation of the Old White Church "And then I had tp call, you up. "Then you should be paying more There's a small ferry over to the
Jn Locust Hill turns out In full force to look of these nice 'island that often."
Jonathan Far- It's all right. I don't blame you a attention to some girls. runs every so
aver the new preacher bit." Remember I have to on Living Dale entered into
well and there Is much speculation among go ,wholeheartedly
the communicants as to what sort of man It was growing dusky in the room here. This is the fourth time you've the excursion. "And will you look Service.NERVOUS.

he church will,be.had Cassius recommended Brady Dr.treasurer Farwell of the for and the fire was low. But Dale danced with me." at the old houses scattered along

the post after hearing his baccalaureate ser knew the brown eyes were laughingat "It's only the fifth. And I still here!" was his delighted 'exclamation -
mon at the graduation of Dale Farwell, his him. don't like Pliny." as they followed the road along

Lenora son. who Interests is a geologist.Dale, who Brady's lives alone daughter with "Go on," he encouraged. "Whatare "Maybe I do." Staten Island's northern rim. "They ?

his father. Dr. Farwell meets the membersof you thinking about now?" Evelyn soon found a substitutefor must have been standing at the timeof
his congregation personally accepts their "I was wondering why you hadn't her place in' the bridge game the Revolution. If only they could Do you feel so nervous you want to scream?
tributes banker's, but family refuses the to Marblestones be Impressed, by whose the : decided to be a minister like your and appropriated her guest of honor tell us what they have seen. What Are those you dearest;cross to and you irritable? ? Do you scold

daughter Evelyn: obviously sets her cap for, father. You'll be spending all your for the remainder of the evening. stories!" K your.nerves are on edge and you feel
Dale. Meanwhile the women of the town you need a good general system tonic, try
are curious about the mystery of the Far- time in the wilds, poking around "Stay for a little while and talk," '"I suppose they could," Lee admitted Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. ,
-wells' womanless housekeeping. In the privacy with a little hammer, scaring all she commanded when the others A few moments later, she made especially for women.
of his room Dale has enshrined inscribed a pic-In the birds away. It seems' such a made ready to leave. "You're sup- turned the car about on the summitof other For how over to 60 go years"smiling one woman thru"with has told reliable an-

ture childish of a lettering beautiful"Elaine.woman" The Marble- waste of 'time." posed to tell me that you've had a a small elevation and shut off Pinkham's Compound.It helps nature build
more physical resistance and thus helps
stones Invite the Farwells to dinner with They both laughed. pleasant evening, you know." the motor. For a little time she up calm quivering nerves and lessen discomfortsfrom
Cassius Brady At He the tells dinner her he Evelyn has only mo- "It's my turn now," Dale warned. "Of course I did. Marvelous, settled back in her corner of the annoying symptoms which often accompany
nopolizes Dale. female functional disorders.
one friend in Locust Hill, and she Is Lee "What are you planning to makeof thank you," Dale said politely. seat watching her companion. .He Why not give it a chance to help YOU?
Brady. Marblestone bluntly quizzes Farwell yourself when you finish college "Are you sure you mean me? Not was staring dreamily at the scene f Over one million women have written In V
about his womanless menage. Brady ad- reporting wonderful benefits from Pinkham'sCompound.
mits that the housekeeping arrangementsare ? Lee?" below, apparently lost in his'historical .
temporary. Constable Kerney Is per-, "Well, Lee reflected seriously, "You." reflections.
turbed by the arrival on the train of a. "there are two answers. 'Both of "
and shadows "I didn't know. After all, you am still here, Lee suggested f
little man
suspicious-looking them too
him. He is further mystified when the are teaching school. didn't seem able to tear yourself hopefully."Oh Riches of ContentmentHe
stranger goes to the parsonage. There the dumb" to have a career. What away, from her, until I helped. She I'm sorry, Lady Lee." is the richest who is content

newcomer and Is takes warmly up his greeted duties as as"Pink"Mulgrew house else"Get? married. I'm, is sweet. But you needn't have I "But' I can't very well help] it with the least, for content is the
keeper adding to the town's speculation.Dale predicting.You made it quite so obvious, do you And why that name?" wealth of nature.-Socrates.
calls on the Bradys.CHAPTER "won't have a chance to teach, think?", Evelyn smiled sweetly. "I meant I was sorry if I seemedto

long. "And how about some golf tomor- be wool gathering. And I think {
"That's the most comforting thing" row, if it's clear. We haven't been the name suits you."
IVContinued5 I've been told in a long time. out to the country club for ages, i "Do you know you're funny, bloodshot I

They still were chatting animat- you know. Or had you noticed?" I Dale; ? I've never known anyone justlkk'e
"I'm so glad to' see you again, edly when Cassius Brady found It's almost if
his of- "I'm not sure that I can. Do you you. as you'd eves are curedwithout
them his
was Lee's frank greeting. upon return mind if I call you laterDale forgotten to quite grow up. It makesme pain in one day by

"Maybe I'm not glad to see-you!" fice."Hello his glanced at the distant hall clock wish I had known,you\when you Leonardi's Golden Eye Lotion. .
young man, was "
Dale. small
replied were a boy.
greeting. "Found over, "today? No other eye remedy in the
your way
Then the "nicest person, wel- "Never mind. Some other time "I'm not so sure what I was like.
coming the caller from her big chair did you? But I know that everything would world as cooling, healing
theway' will do After -you get caughtup
"Yes sir. And almost'forgot for weak
,beside the glowing fire. Dale's heart with your work." have been altogether different if we strengthening eyes.
realize it
home. I didn't was
went out to Mrs. Brady at sight.A late." Dale extinguished his cigaretteand could have had Elaine." lEONARDI'S
delicate woman with snowy hair growing so "Elaine?" she repeated hesitat- GOLDEN EYE LOTION
"That's all right. I know what it rose to his feet. "I must be
framing a young face. Dark eyes is to get. in this young woman'sclutcl.1es. goinghe said shortly.His ingly. MAKES WEAK EYES STRONG
voiced. "My mother. You see, I can't
like Lee's. Gentle
.", sense of irritation persistedas 35C at all druggists
quite remember her. I wish I
"I feel as if we were old friends, he strode through the dark could." New large size with dropper 50 cent

Mr. Farwell," she explained, as CHAPTER V streets. Perhaps he had devoted S.B.Ltoaardl O Co., New Rocfielle,N.T.
"So do I Dale. Will tell me
Dale held her slender fingers in his himself to Lee rather too conspicu- you
something about her Dale? Unless
warm clasp. "Lenora and Mr. Brady Evelyn Marblestone did not neg- ously. But what of it? She had .you'd rather not."
have told me aboutyou." tried to tell him the thing."Iri
lect her mother's suggestion of en- same In answer he fumbled a worn wal- Practice Politeness
,"We are," he assured her. "And ,tertaining, for the, minister's' son. a tactful good-natured way, though. let from his pocket. Out came a Politeness sometimes comes
just how long have you been in "It will be very informal," she She was like that. Sweet. That small leather case. In the case hard. Be well drilled in it.
town?" he demanded of Lee. explained to Dale over the tele- word'always came to him when he was a photograph.

"Two whole days. Our trip lasted phone. "A few couples that wantto thought of her. Too bad if he had I "That 'was Elaine."

longer than we expected. ,We didn't meet you. I thought we could hurt Evelyn's feelings. Funny "Dale! How very lovely!" Lee

know you were here until Daddy dance. Bridge table for- the hope about women. exclaimed softly, studying the pic
told us. I was sure you would be less addicts. Something eat lat When he reached the parsonage, ture. Then she murmured, as if LET HIM

at school." er. I'm depending on you." ,Dale was surprised to catch the to herself: "Lily Maid of Astolat." BE FREEFROM
\ "I was. Stayed there long enoughto "I'll be there. Thanks." faint notes of the piano. His father Dale caught his breath sharply.

make sure youweren't' registered Dale no sooner had hung up than ,was,, playing. :" .9., "You thought of it, too! She has
Then I decided to look you he wondered if it would be possiblefor The one lighted lamp brought, out always been that to me," Dale WORMS
up. You told me I could, you know." him to call for Lee the night of : Farwell's rugged features in bold reflected. "Ever since I was old
the He would find out before relief. His chin was sunk on his .
"Lenora should have returned, enough for my father to tell me Whenever you decide to free
Mrs. Brady interposed. "I-don'tknow someone else beat him to it. ,breast. The dark eyes were half about her. I have wondered some- child from Worms or
where she got Ihe i+ idea she "I'm sorry, but I can't say yes," closed. From the keys came the times that he didn't object to my Tapeworm, get the medicine
here to look after Lee told him readily when he stately solemn strains of Tschai- with
must stay me. calling her Elaine instead of mother. that will drive them out
It's quite ridiculous." Her hand dropped in to call and proffer his. kowsky's "Andante. But he never did. He was the one single dose.Pr.Peery's'DEAD .
stole out and rested upon Lee's. : request. "Evelyn has arranged for Dale caught his breath sharply, one who sent me to Arthur's courtin __
"She's a stubborn child. Like her my escort. It's a quaint customwe He moved on tiptoe towards the the first place." SHOTVermifugeCOc

fatter. They both spoil me." have here. Pliny Morehead is foot of the stairs. "What do you mean?" A N51 7 NUX \

'tlOf course they do." Dale could the victim. One of the standbys.He's "Dale! "Well, you see, father looked aft- !'fir u1r a "y or tIt
understand that. a nice boy. You'll like him." "Yes, Father. er most of my early education.And 3 y
"Isn't she adorable?" Lee asked, "I don't like his name. And I "Where have"you been? he used to read to me by the
shan't like, him." "Miss Marblestone had a few peo- hour. I became a disciple of old B bottle at druggists orVrlghfB
after Mrs. Brady left the room. She
rill Co., 100 Gold St., N.Y. City
in She asked \
ple tonight. me over.
slipped down into the chair her Dale wished afterwards that he Malory when I was pretty small.
mother had vacated. had taken advantage of the occa- "I have not heard you say any- Rather a rabid one, as I think aboutit
thing, recently about going back to SMALL SIZE LARGE SCE
osion to inquire what this Pliny per- now. I
is. 1 wonder if
"She certainly
you G tr
son and 'the other males would the university. Have you changedyour "You mean you Liked stories at! 60c ,. $1.20
know how lucky are.
you wear. Evelyn had called it an in- plans?" knights? Chivalry? I understandthat.
"Of course I do. Now tell me formal affair, but he didn't feel "Well, not exactly. To tell you ." i

about things. Out in the great wide sure. He finally elected to wear a the truth, Father, ,I've been think- .;"Perhaps 1 think most boys get
open spaces." And don't skip any dinner jacket."I ing about the finances. After the the fever at one time or another. ]Iwent ljA "'O

details. was beginning to worry about first of the year I'll be making my to extremes. I always had Brings Blessed Relief
They talked about the universitytown. you," Evelyn told him when she expenses there and a little more. the house littered up'trying to make from aches and pains of

The installation of the new greeted him in the hall.uY ou've Then I want to find a real job. In armor, out of pasteboard and tin RHEUMATISMI

president there. Prospects of a win- been very neglectful of me, too. the meantime ." cans. .I was forever playing at be-

ning football team. But you do look nice," she added "And in the meantime?" ing a knight.'- It was a good thing, I bottl and. Why LUMBAGOTry Suffer?

"When" will you be leaving graciously, eyeing his slender fig- "I can carry on a good deal of in one way. I developed a regular .-AIfALLGOOD.DRUO STORES/:
again? Lee asked. ure and well-tailored cloths 'my work here by myself. I've beena mania for physical culture." Dale

"I haven't made up my mind. "So do you," he replied with a rather steady drain on you the smiled to himself. "I know I used my
You know, I don't have to go until little bow. "Gorgeous." past few years. And what I have desire for deeds of prowess to, get po
after New Year's. I like it here. with the other kids."
"Come in and meet the crowd." left of my own money will last me into scraps
The place interests me a lot." There was but one name that impressed longer here. Unless you're think- "Young Galahad."
"1 know." That quick little turn itself on Dale's memory. ing of raising my board." He smileda "That was the general idea. By

of the head Dale remembered. "AndI Pliny Morehead. A portly youth ,little at, his suggestion. way of squaring myself, I would Help Them Cleanse the Blood
understand that you have been with thinning blond hair and pale "Finances need not enter into stand in front of Elaine's picture of Harmful Body Waste
very busy." your decision," his father reminded and tell her how r had ridden out Your kidneys are constantly filtering

"Not very. Puttering around. Get- eyes."And here is an old friend of gravely. with her scarf on my lance-that, waste kidneys matter sometimes from the lag blood in their stream.work-do But

ting in a little golf and things. I've yours, Mr. Farwell." "You mean you think I sort of thing." not act as Nature intended-fail to remove -
that, if
: impurities retained
been, studying, too. Exploring Lee's'brown eyes smiling lip'from should go back?" "I thought it was something like poison the system and upset the whole may (,

,around here. And I've wanted to the depths of a big chair. Lee in a "You will have to settle the mat- that." Lee nodded wisely. "It explains body Symptoms machinery.may be nagging backache,
.. help father all I could. Getting the little russet dress that matched her ter in your own way." Farwell rose you. But it makes me wantto persistent headache attacks of dizziness
I place settled. You know." hair. Russet slippers. She looked to his feet. "It is late. Good night." ask you about other things." Bunder getting the up eyes-a nights, feeling swelling of, puffiness
"Of course," Lee agreed soberly. sweet. "Such as? anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
minister's be "Well. father. I feel it every Other signs of kidney or bladder dis-
"Being must
a son "Of course. How are you, Miss Lee drove to Dale's house one your order may be burning, scanty or too
quite a responsibility. What ,have Brady?" day. "I thought'maybe you would time I look at him. It's some- frequent urination. '

you been studying? I didn't supposewe "Very well, Mr. Farwell. I'm delighted like to ride," she said when he ran thing in his eyes, 'I. think: I can't treatment There should is wiser be no than doubt neglect.that prompt Use

had much geology around here. to meet you again." out in answer to the honking of explain it very well, but He Doan'Pills. Doan't have been winning

,That's your hobby isn't it?" Later, the rugs were rolled back her motor_ horn If yoU're not was very devoted to your mother, They new friends have Jar a nation-wide more than forty reputation.Are years..

"It's my Job-or going to be.' To and the broadcasting stations too busy, and if there is any of the wasn't he?" recommended by neighbor tho
tell you the truth, I've been getting searched for dance music. country around here you haven't "Yes." country over. Ask your !

a kick out of the past history here.I "I didn't know it," Dale remarked explored." "I was sure. He carries her D

never lived in a place before complacently, "but I've been want- "Sure, I'd like to! Onlyhe scarf, too. Perhaps I shouldn't say 0

where things like that happened. Al- ing to dance with you all my life." glanced down at his jersey. "I'm that."
ways had a yen for Colonial his- "Go on. That's very pretty." not dressed exactly." (TO BE CONTINUED) -

tory and you run into tablets here "Thanks. ,That's another thing, "Of course you are. Look at me." WNU-7 32-38
everywhere you turn. Do you know I've been wanting to tell you. You "I have been." Dale already was Honors Gastronomic Heroes
Thomas Brown?" look very sweet. It's your dress, I opening the car door. "Let's go." France honors its gastronomic he- Only

"You mean Miss Abbie's brother think. You make me think of an "All right. I'll fool you. I've roes and heroines. In a village near
?" autumn leaf." brushing up on my history so'that I Grasse is a monument to the in- GOOD MERCHANDISECan

"That's the chap. Looks Like a "In the 'sere and yellow you could talk intelligently to you whenI ventor of peach melba, the discov-
musty old parchment. But he sure mean. That's very candid but not' had the chance.. How would you erer of camembert has a statue at Be CONSISTENTLY Advertised

knows his stuff. He's given me a comforting. Don't you know you like to cover the retreat of the hos- Vimoutiers, while Madame Poulard, "-
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Growers Protest- I and torn down to benefit another.He Florida, do hereby give notice that a'GENERAL recognized National Guard a the same copy thereof posted!' upon the lands '.O
also stated that any increasein KW3CTION I shall be sue generis and subject tc upon which such buildings arc located. -
will be held In each county in Florida the lawful orders of the Governor, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that
wages would necessarily mean on Tuesday next succeeding the first i I' who shall be Commander In Chief the owner or owners of said propertyare
that new labor-saving machinery Monday in November A. D. 1938 the (b) The National Guard shall be supported hereby notified that if such parti-
( Continued from page 1) said Tuesday being the I and maintained by the Stateof ally destroyed buildings are not removed -
would Have to be purchased and"thus EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER Florida pursuant to provisions of by them within the aforesaid
and loading into Athay wagons.In for the ratification or rejection of the I law prescribed for organizing,
add to the economic prob- arming forty (40) days time, that the City
times of low profit for the said Joint Resolutions proposing governing and discipline said National Commission of the City of Clewistonwill
lem; that the only way to solve amendments to the Constitution of the !Guard in accordance with the Acts of cause the same lo be removed
company Mr. Bitting said that the this economic problem was to State of Florida viz: Congress< and regulations of the United and t6 pay therefor, and to charge,
and A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing I States War Department thereunto assess and collect the thereof -
did not reduce expenses
company wages make it possible to employ labor the Amendment of Section 7 of Article pertaining., (c) Officers of the federally as a lien against the said landor
contended that the highest wage without loss to the producer. AAA X of the Constitution Relating to the ] recognized National Guard, Including as a claim against the owner or
Exemption of Homesteads from Taxation the Adjutant General, shall" thereof, the
possible was being paid without doing owners as provided by
benefits, to labor, he said, had be appointed, and shall be subject to Charter of the City of Clewiston.
serious injury to both the sugar all been far ahead of the benefitsto BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE suspension, discharge, removal or compulsory Adopted by the City Commissionon
corporation and other agricultural OF THE STATE retirement as such, solely on August 1, 1938.
the_ producer. Under questioning IDA: That the following amendmentof the basis of military proficiency character F. D. DUFFJ.
interests of this state. Mr. Kurtz said that his ton Section 7 of Article X of the Constitution and service, as determined according A. McGEIIEE
of the State of Florida re- to army regulations and usages MALCOLM W. BIGG
Mr. LaGuardia questioned Mr. nage of cane per acre had decreased -'lating to the exemption of homesteadsfrom sanctioned by law, anything in this R. Y. PATTERSON

Bitting at length following his from 45.25 tons to the acre i'i taxation be; and the same is Constitution to the contrary notwithstanding 151 Aug. 5, 12.
I hereby, agreed lO, and shall be sub- (d) The qualification of officers -
talk, about various points he had 1936 plantings to 39 and a fraction milled to the electors of the Statesat j and soldiers of the Federally

brought out. In answer to these tons last year but that suc- the General Election of Recognized National Guard shall be RESOLUTIONWHEREAS
atives in 1938, for
prescribed in
military regulations
queries Mr. Bitting told that the rose content of the cano had increased tion; that is to say, Representa'I'I promulgated In accordance with the

company worked between 3,500 and from 13.35 per cent to Section 7 of Article X general specifications of .the U. S. fire has partially burn-
slllullon be amended so as War Department." ed the buildings located and situatedon
workers at the peak of the
4,000 14.59 cent. He received $3.2i; follows The
per : I votes cast in compliance with the following described property
season and, had about 2,500 perm- ton for his cane last year and Every person who has the legal title I said proposed amendments, and the in the City of Clew is ton, Florida:
Transient per 'or beneficial title in equity to real canvass, declarations and returns Lots 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, Block 385,
anent workers. workers was paid a benefit payment of $1.- property In this State and who reSides thereof,. shall be subject to the same I and,

he said, come to the camps of their 293 per ton. \ thereon and In good faith makes regulations and restrictions as are WHEREAS, the owners of the said
the harvest the same, his or her permanent home, provided by law for general elections property cannot be found within the
own accord during sea- The next witness to testify was or the permanent home of another or I In the State of Florida. City and have no known agent within
son. It was also brought out that others legally or naturally dependentupon IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, the City, andWHEREAS i
of Miami -
Fred Morris, representing said shall be entitled to I
person I have hereunto my it is expedient for the
the company has seven the Florida Federation of La an exemption from all taxation, exceptfor hand-and 'affixed thehr general welfare of the City to de-
and eight hundred houses for laborers that efforts uad assessments for special benefits, (SEAL) Seal of the State of Florida molish the remaining part of said
their various planta-: bor. He stated no up to the assessed valuation of Five at Tallahassee, the Cap buildings and clean up the premiseson
on been made to organize the sugar: Thousand Dollars on the said home ital, this the 30th day of which said buildings are located
tions aside from the houses in; labor in the and contiguous real property, as defined July, A. D., 1938. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE-
for housing mill I and other agricultural in Article 10. Section 1, of the R. A. GRAY, SOLVED, by the Commissioners of
Harlem Everglades for the workers seem- ,Constitution for the year 1U39 and Secretary of State.HESOLUTIOX the City of Clewiston, Florida, that
workers. Other questions were relative with conditions and thereafter. Said title may be held by the owners of said property are
to number of hours men ed satisfied the entireties Jointly, or in common hereby directed and required to remove -
they had given up any idea of organizing with others, and said exemption may I the said buildings from said
were worked, and prevailing hourly I for the present. He stated be apportioned among such of the property within forty (40) days here-

rates. Mr. Wakefield also asked a I r that salary conditions were pra-- owners respective as shall interests reside shall thereon appear as ,their but WHEREAS, fire has partially burned of.BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED thata

number of questions relative to in tfie-'Everglades no such exemption of more than Five I the buildings located and situatedon copy of this Resolution shall be
tically the same Dollars shall be allowed to the following described
Thousand property
published once each week for two
in each
number of families housed as in the citrus area and".that ac- 'hny one person or any one dwelling II in the City of Clewiston, Florida: weeks in a newspaper published in s\
structure on the plantations, the for workers in 'the su- house, nor shall the amount of the I Lot 21, Block 377, the City of Clewiston, Florida, and a r i
houses and the comodations: exemption, allowed any person exceed !'I and.WHEREAS copy thereof posted upon the lands
the sup-
value of gar industry were far superior to the proportionate assessed valuation' the owners of the said upon which such buildings are located.BE .
ervision of the crews in the fields by citrus inter- based on the interest owned by such property cannot be found within the IT FURTHER RESOLVED that
stated increased those -person. The Legislature may prescribe City and have no known agent within the owner or owners of said propertyare
which Mr. Bitting ests. Mr. Morris stated that he was appropriate and reasonable laws regu- the City, andWHEREAS hereby notified that if such parti-

, their earnings as the season pro- vice-president of the F. F. lating the manner of establishing it Is 'expedient for the ally destroyed buildings are not removed -
He also asked about the second right to said exemption. general welfare of the City to demolish by them within the aforesaid
gressed. of L., a subsidiary of the A. F. of the remaining part of said' forty (40) days time, that the City
prohibition of solicitors and sales- A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan buildings and clean up' the premiseson Commission of the City of Clewistonwill
L. Section 21 of Article which said buildings are located,
without Amendment to cause the same to be removedand
men from the camps passes I J. E. Beardsley, as a member of '3 of the Constitution of the State' of NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RE- to pay therefor, and to charge,
which Mr. Bitting said was doneto I Florida Relating to the Publication of SOLVED, by the Commissioners of assess and collect the expenses thereof -
out knick-knack salesmenand the Everglades Drainage District Notice of Intention to Pass Local or the City of Clewiston, Florida, that as a lien against the said landor
keep Board was called to testify to certain Special Laws. the owners of said property are as a claim against the owner or1
bootleggers. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- hereby directed and required to remove owners thereof, as provided by the
tax conditions in that and LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLOR- the said buildings from said Charter of the City of Clewiston.
Following a five-minute recessM. I other sub-drainage districts. Ho IDA: That the following amendmentto property; within forty (40) days here- Adopted by the City Commissionon
E. VonMach was called to testify Section 21 of Article 3 of the Constitution of.BE August 1, 1938.F. .
said that some of the land had of the State of Florida as IT FURTHER RESOLVED thata D. DUFFJ.
as personnel officer for the $1.00 an acre E. D. D. tax, $3.00 amended at the general election in copy of this Resolution shall be A. McGEHEE
corporation. He was asked to explain 1928, be, and the same is hereby agreed published once each week for two MALCOLM:: W. BIGG
sub-drainage tax and $1.40 gen to and shall be submitted for ratifi- weeks in a newspaper published in R. Y. PATTERSON
how the turnout bonus was eral tax. cation or rejection by the qualified I the City of Clewiston, Florida, and a 152 Aug. 5, 12.

figured and he replied that it was I electors of the State of Florida voting __
Mr. Bitting was called back fora at the general election to "be held in
in reality a regularity bonus and I. November, A. D. 1938; that Is to say
was paid to all laborers who lost few questions and the meetingwas that Section 21 of Article 3 of the 11':+:*:*: :-: : :-: :-: :+:*:-:-:*:-:-:-'; ':-:-:-:-' : :-:.:*: : :+: :-:-:'::*:-:..:+:'
month closed by Mr. Shields who said Constitution of the State of Florida :
not more than three days a
of the transcribed record shall be amended so as to read as
from work providing none of the that a copy follows: ,t, 1I

three days occured on Saturday or of the meeting could be' pur- Section 21. In all cases enumerated I .. I :t:
all lawsshll
interested by in the preceding Section,
chased by anyone
Monday. Good excuses for absences, be general and of uniform oper- 1
writing to Washington. ation throughout the State, but in all

bonus he stated sometimes were accepted ran as and high the as 1 Among newspaper men presentwere that cases Section not enumerated, the Legislature or excepted may pass in 'CLEWISTON

ten per cent. Florida Russell Press Kay Association, secretary and of headof the special or hereafter or local otherwise laws, provided except as in now the II t 60LF Iii IiiI

Upon 'questioning Mr. VonMach Constitution; PROVIDED that no
the Florida Newspaper Service, local or special bill shall be passed, nor
stated that cash advances to the shall any local or special law establishing -

limit of seven dollars a week were of Tampa, Mr. Jones of the As- or abolishing municipalities, or I :: COURSE
sociated Press, :Miami, Mr. Court- providing for' their government, jurisdiction : :
allowed to laborers and were com-. and and powers, or altering or
puted on a percentage of their ney of the Florida Farm amending the same, be passed, unless y v
Grove, Tampa, P. O. Gorder, Miami notice of intention to apply therefor y'' .s.
earnings. He was also -asked several shall have been published in the man- : .. '
M. Gled- .
Miami and John .t. .
questions relative to the recruiting Herald, ner provided by; law where the matteror .t. .. "- 1,;':', 1 : :, 'I .:.
I News. be situ .
hill of the Pahokee thing to be affected may .' ..
of labor during the harvestseason ated, which notice shall be publishedin 'i. : .:..
and the number which came the manner provided by law at I
I' least thirty days prior to introduction .
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here to work from other states. Two Are Seriously into the Legislature of any such bill. .. I v

The next witness sworn was H. The evidence that such notice has been ...
shall be established in the : : ('
H. Wedgeworth of Belle Glade, one I Legislature before such bill shall be 't. ::: eI
of four men chosen by a group of 1 (Continued from page one) passed and such evidence shall be
Miss Little were placed in casts filed or preserved with the bill in the
vegetable farmers to speak for I office of the Secretary of State in
i Wednesday and will remain in the I Open to the Public
them. Mr. Wedgeworth stated that such manner as the Legislature shall ]

ninety per cent of the growerswould I hospital for some time. Although was provide established, and the fact in the that Legislatureshall such notice

concur in admiration for I their injuries are serious, their con- in every case be recited upon the
'' itions are reported as excellent at Journals of the Senate and of the y
the sugar company in giving employment House of Representatives; PROVIDED y

to so many people and this time. however, no publication of any y v
it honor for laborers Miss Monahan and Miss McDon- such law shall be' required hereunder ':.
that was an .
I when such law contains a provisionto ""t. ,.
to work for them instead of the ; ough were in Clewiston visiting the effect that the same shall not ..

H. J. Oglesby.It become operative or effective until .i. .:.
WPA. He expressed the belief that i their cousin, Mrs. ratified or approved at a referendum y

laborers working for $1.50 a day I was the first time Mrs. Oglesbyhad election to be called and held in the y

were much better off than tfio I seen either of them, althoughshe territory provision affected therefor in contained accordance in such witha y .

farmer who is forced to compete had corresponded with one of bill, or provided by general law.A yi
I i Moderate Green'Fees :_;:
with Cuban vegetables in market them since childhood. The visitors JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan l ::

ing his produce under the reciprocal had planned for several ''years to Amendment to Section 2 of Article y

trade agreement. In reply to : make 'a vacation trip to Florida to IX liLting of the to Constitution Taxation and of Finance Florida Re-by :: '\ Exceptional Fairways :;:;

a question from Mr. LaGuardia be I visit Mrs. Oglesby. Their homes :Adding Thereto a Requirement That
Shall Provide for \ Interesting Greens :;:
replied that the sugar scale was I II are in Pennsylvania.Both the Legislature
Raising Revenue to Defray State Ap- y .
higher than the vegetable scale 'f.. cars were badly damagedin propriations Made for the Benefit of Y \ b

and went on to ask how the. the Uniform System of Public Free
wages the wreck, and it was indeed Schools, and of the State Institutions

government how expected much to to pay tell their agriculture labor --, escaped.fortunate that the eight occupants i of expenses ity Higher Therewilh.of Learning the State as on a Part an Equal-of the (..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:......:..................................................(...:.......................-...................................................... '

until it was able to tell grow- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS-
what paid
ers they pro
Shelley Takes Lead- IDA: That the following amendmentof ,
duce. The peak season, he said, for Section 2 of Article IX of the Con-

growers came during the sugarcane isltlulion ation and of finance Florida be relating and the same to tax-is I 9B about time to -

harvest season and the grow- (Continued from page 1) hereby agreed to and shall be sub-
milled to the qualified electors of the
faced with a shortage of
ers were Glade; and Lake Shore Drug, Clew- State of Florida for ratification or

labor many times. iston. rejection at the next ensuing general remind yauYOU ....
>election to be held In November, 1938. 4, INVFSr [Hr
Other growers testifying along Prizes being offered run from That is to say that Section 2 of ArticleIX
the same line as Mr. "Wedgeworth of the Constitution of Florida be
razor blades to motor checkupsand and the same is hereby; amended so
were L. L. Stuckey, of Pahokee, R.
read follows
if the present merchant enthusiasm as to as :
Y. Creech of Belle Glade and Melvin [- "Section 2. The Legislature shall
toward the tournament is provide for raising revenue to defraythe

WiUder of Lake Harbor. Inde- maintained, very few entries, regardless expenses of the State, includingstate G9'NCF COa4p4
pendent cane growers giving testi- appropriations for the benefitof
of their fortune misfortune
the uniform system of public free
Watson of Ar- I
mony were Harley schools in accordance with
will go home without A provided ,
cadia, Jas. M. Couse of Moore Hav- Article XII of the Constitution and
prize of some description. of the State Institutions of Higher
en, and R. E. Kurtz of Fort My- Entry fee to the tournament ''s Learning, for each fiscal year.-and alsoa I : can't afford to procrastinate: .
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ers. Mr. Watson said that he had sufficent sum to pay the principleand .
$1.00 and assures all entries of ut interest of the existing indebtedness 'r- much in )
tried vegetable farming as long of the State." longer starting to save *
least three days of golf. A hand
his business Ford dealer 'in
.as as of income..and
Arcadia would support it and had some championship trophy will. be A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan portion your invest

now turned to sugar cane as the awarded the winner. Constitution Amendment! of to Florida Article Relating XIV of the to O'ft cttaE p it wisely... during your productive-

only profitable method of handlinghis the State Militia by Adding Thereto Sk O\'l\?E o
land. } an Additional to the Section Federally Specially Recognized applicable .;, s years. The slogan/"Save and Have:.

Mr. Kurtz stated that he was NOTICE OP ELECTION Troops Guard.Known as the Florida National SAv\A 6 may be old-fashioned, but the sensible -,

part owner of three crops of cane. CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- s 6ts people that follow it are the

That he here in 1920 and had WHEREAS the legislature of 1937 LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLOR- P
under the Constitution of 1885 of the IDA: That the following amendmentto 00 happy meet We'll gladly
raised truck crops every year since State of Florida, did pass four Joint Article XIV of the Constitution of ] is A ones you
his Resolutions proposing amendments to Florida relating to the State Militiaby ..\J'"
1921 and had never closed I with time-tried safe
the Constitution of the State of Flor- adding thereto an additional Sec- ,t" $ help you our ,
books in the red until 1931. Since ida, and the same were agreed to by tion to be known as Section 5 of said
that time he said, federal restric- a vote of three fifths of all the members :Article XIV specially applicable to and profitable savings plans.
elected to each house; that the the federally recognized State troops
tions and control had made it almost votes on said Joint Resolutions were -known as the National Guard Is here-
impossible for the vegetable entered upon their respective Journals by agreed to and shall be submitted '
with the yeas and nays thereon, andthey to the electors of the State of Floridafor C'ewiston Federal
grower to make any money and did determine and direct that ratification or rejection at the Savingsand
that one of the oldest American the said Joint Resolutions be submitted next General Election to be held in I
to the electors of the State at the 1938, as follows: .
principles was that no tariff wall General Election in November 1938. "Section 5. FLORIDA NATIONAL Loan Association

should be erected against one state NOW, THEREFORE I, R. A. Gray; GUARD.-a) Whenever there shall
Secretary of State! of the State of> be in the State of Florida a federally o



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