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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 19, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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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! VOLUME' 12, NUMKjER 36 CLEWISTOX _:FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUCJUST 19, 1938 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAU-

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J 'GLADES FARMERSORGANIZE St. Lucie Lock Plans NEW RURAL MAIL 35. Bass Caught 'SUGAR SEASON TO.


Nearing CompletionPlans I Weighing 45 PoundsHarry

HUGE ROUTE TO SERVE BEGIN THIS YEAR

and specifications on the Turner and Glen Ether-

CANE CO-OPERATIVE new St. Lucie ,locks are nearing SUGAR CAMPSA ton brought in one of the prettiest ON NOVEMBER 1ST.Jay
I completion in the sub-office of the .
U. S. Engineers here and will be strings of: bass seen in Clewiston
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forwarded to the district office in this year-the result of four hours::
I new rural mail route out of W., Moran, vice-president and
Qrganization of a cooperativesugar 1 1
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Jacksonville about the first of Sep- off'Observation
fishing Island Thurs
Clewiston which will five of
association with a hundred serve : general manager of the United

Everglades farmers pledged to grow tember, according to the Nelson statementthis the main plantations of the United I day! afternoon. ( States Sugar Corporation announced ,\
week of Carawan ,
en-
ten thousand or more acres of cane States Sugar Corporation, has been Mr. Turner states that they were I last Friday to East Coast news- .

was assured following a meeting gineer in charge of the Okeechobee approved by the Post-office Depart- wading and using a spoon and ''I paper representatives that the sugar

held in Belle Glade Monday night. project. ment and will be put into oper- bacon rind when they ran into house here would begin operatingon
Mr. Nelson stated further that
established 1 ation in October, it was announcedthis I the school and had a period of high I November 1 and continue thru
The cooperative If ,
the plans would then be sent on
week by Postmaster A.V.. excitement as almost every cast April 30 for the longest season
to build its housein
plans own
sugar to the chief of engineers in Washington '
produced a fish. in the history of Everglades sugar :i
Belle Glade and if present plans where it would require approximately Sias.The I
route will follow the old Five of the fish topped the four production. The early start, he
work out will have it ready to thirty days for final i
Moore Haven road ,to the Liberty pound mark and the largest went said, was made necessary by the
the 1940-41 Each I
grind crop. mem- approval. At this time, he says, it
Point camp and thence to Benbow j five and three-quarters. There early development of this year's
ber will be required to plant up to appears that the project. will be Ito
and Gramling camps. It will then I I| were thirty-five bass in the string bumper cane crop.
320 of
acres sugar cane. 1 ready to advertise about the latter -
go on through to road 67, south and the total weight was forty-five In the '
i I season of 1931-32, the
Josiah Ferris, of Washington, D. { part of October or the first of along the highway to \Vhidden'sStation pounds. '

:.;i C. is handling the details of organization November., and back into Clewistonover I I first year of operation, the sugar -,:',

and said it was plannedto I house began operating on December
road 25. After reaching Clew
follow in line with two similar 11 and ran for 108 days. Each
iston the route will go to the,
cooperatives now operating in Louis CLEWISTON WINS year since that time the season
iana. GOLF QUALIFYING TO Harlem camp and then east toHooker's j has been slightly lengthened with
Point, and the Ritta and I
The Farm Credit Administration Beach thr exception of the 1934-35 season
Bare camps. I FROM CANAL POINTThe which was cut short by the disastrous -
vTil be asked to finance the con- CONTINUE THIS WEEKI A survey has not been completedto
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struction of the sugar house and show how many patrons_ the I ,freeze in December of 34. \

will be repaid by the growers, a route will serve but an estimate of I Last year the grinding'season was
certain amount out of each crop. I The second week of qualifying Clewiston baseball team of 138 days long but the schedule
two thousand is considered conser-
When this obligation is paid off ,: for the Everglades Merchants' Golf the Everglades League regained tjiis year calls for 181 days:.
vative, at least during the sugar
their stride Sunday afternoon after
the sugar house and other propertywill Championship, being held over the harvest season. Many patrons have The sugar house operates duringthe
I several disastrous' plaits, to defeat
be owned, outright by the mem- Clewiston Golf Club links, found already placed orders for mail boxesin season continuously. for twenty-
Canal Point in a close contest 10-9.
bers of the association. While Tom Shelley, the Clewiston' long- order to be ready for the ser- four hours a day on three eight- .

quota restrictions at present are a hitter still clinging to the medalist vice when 'it is started. The game was played on the I local hour shifts. A quota of 55,000

definite set-back and will preventany position with a 38-41--79. Closest The route will prove beneficialnot diamond. tons has been assigned for the

operations unless the, quota .is to threatening his, lead was brother only to the patrons but will' Clewiston hitters accounted for corporation this year.

raised effort will be madeat Emmett with a 394281. Other more safeties during the game by
The Palm
every eliminate a considerable portion ofj I Beach Post quotes Mr.
to the Department of I cards in the 80V were Owen Winn, I almost two to one than their opponents -
once urge the work in the local office which Moran as follows:
Agriculture to raise the Florida Clewiston, 87; and Arthur Wells I but they failed to bunch "We
is handicapped by lack of room can produce sugar as cheapor
with 85 and 88 them did the East Beach boysto
I respectively Quali- as
quota enough that the cooperativemay
during the, busy rush season. cheaper. than any other sugar
i Eying will continue over this week produce runs. Canal Point collected "
function. Mr.
Information received by Mr. Sias area, Moran said. "We also ,

While the United States Sugar and may be continued a week regarding the carrier was that a eight hits off the offeringsof pay a higher wage. But the government
I longer due to Hooky Avant and scored nine
so golfers
many returning -
inter- carrier quota limitation restricts
Corporation is not directly would be appointed and he
from vacations at the end I juns. Avant had eleven strike-
ested in ,the formation of the co- would be notified of the selection. us, and we can produce under it
of the month. i ',outs to his credit when the final
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operative, Clarence R. Bitting, pres- less than one percent of the total
The prize list for the Is .I tabulation made.
meet was
ident of the corporation is said to Pat McGehee Ties 1 estimated United- States cosump-
have suggested it 'and is willing of a varied and interesting nature. It was Clewiston's game all the lion." >

to offer: his moral support to the I The Clewiston Motor Co. offers two For Bass Contest Lead':> I way but hard for: the, home ,town: The sugar mill at present., is .,
.. prizes of 10 gallons of gas and 5 to realize for the one-run margin '
organization, ? equipped to handle 80,000 tons, he
quarts of motor oil. Louis Sal- which ,
Most of the farmers in the territory -.I i they retained from the opening said, with a capacity ,of 100,000
monte represents his Rainbow Storeat looked
innings never great
between Pahokee and Belle Pat McGehee has- not only regis- tons if additional equipment anda
Belle Glade with two gifts; 6 A smash-I
to win the
enough
Glade have signed up for member- ] tered more bass in the local fish- game. few changes were made.
pairs of athletic hose and a Forst- in the
ing homerun by Bill Hooks
ship and'are' pledged to raise 12- ing contest than other
any entry "But we could do more than
ner Spring athletic belt. A. E. Coburn Moorein
sixth and a triple by
000 acres of cane, 2,000 acres more but brought in one Wednesday that. Considering conservativelyjust
Kirchman Sinclair distributor of
the fifth contributed to the
than the minimum'given at the organization which tied for first place in the how much good cane land is
Belle Glade, is giving away two
home team's win although none
meeting. Each member I contest with G. H. George's
entryof lake
available in this area, we
prizes of two gallons of1 P. D. insect aboard when Bill collectedhis
.......'- will pay $12.50 for each acre planted spray. The Royal Grocery of June 2, eight pounds, twelve were circuit clout.A could handle 500,000 tons of cane

into the treasury of ,the cooper- I Clewiston and Lake Harbor will ounces., With; the contest only a a season in several mills which
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ative. : little more than a week to run revamped infield proved effectual would be about eight and onehallper (
I I make a gift to someone of a basket
i it is consid'ered likely that the two ,,for the Clewiston team and cent of the nation's expected
of groceries. Other prize donators
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I; contestants will be compelled to there were considerably less errors consumption. This would mean em-
who have not announced
ReceiveNew as yet
Engineers !!i draw straws to determine which is [ made in the game than has been ployment by 1941 of about 100,000
[ the nature of their gifts include:
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1 I the winner of the very nice tackle customary in the past few contests. heads of families. Think! what this
Clewiston Supply Co., Clewiston Inn )I,
Survey Boat: prize. Avant turned is his usual splendid would mean, not only to the Ever- \
Beauty Salon; Betzner Hardware,
performance as hurler in Sunday'sgame but to the State and the
Belle Glade; Lake Shore Drug, Billy Perry is 1n'second place glades,

Clewiston; Eli Witt Cigar Co., Fort with a bass weighing eight pounds,; despite a loss on the week nation.In .
The Mayport, 41-foot cruiser I previous at Okeechobee when he
one which he June the'grinding
Myers; Alston Drug Stores, Clew- ounce caught' on preparation for
built especially, for U. S. Engineeruse I iston. The Clewiston News is 20 while third place is also a tie |[. hurled eight innings of hitless ball season', and also in the course of
was brought to Clewiston the Snow only to lose the game on two hits
also in the prize list with a years between J. A. McGehee and regular expansion, the corporation
latter part of last week, to- be the ninth coupled with a few
subscription. Dyess each having registered a bass Iin has done considerable construction
used by the sub-office of Engineersfor I i:infield bobbles. Ed Ward on the
Twenty-five had handed in their weighing seven pounds and eleven work in the Clewiston area duringthe
survey work and some tow- entries last Sunday evening and ounces. receiving end of the battery also past year. More than 125

ing. It will' replace the Kissimmee the list is' expected to swell considerably Robalo fishing has also created i gave an excellent performance. houses have been built near Clew-

Which was badly damaged" recently this week. considerable interest this season anda j Batteries for Canal Point were iston, 12 homes 'have been erectedin

in an explosion. number of these have been registered Liles and, Boynton. the town, and 25 additional

The Mayport is considerablylarger for weekly prizes ranging in Other Clewiston players; were: houses are scheduled for construc-
Native Son Gets
than the Kissimmee.... and weight from four to thirteen I Coburn Moore, Ib; Dick, Hooks, 2b; tion during the next 18 months.

more .powerful, being powered bya pounds. Robalo are not considered Bill Hooks, ss; Bobby Hare, 3b; New equipment, alterations and

156 h. p. Gray-Lavona Diesel I 'Tryout In MajorsB. for the capital prizes. I Sandy Bell, If; Rabbit Roberts, improvements to the sugar mill

motor. It has a beam of twelve I cf; Hawkins, rf.. I will total about $75,000. Plans... also

feet, a draft of approximatelythree F. Masters, seventeen-year old Lake Harbor Leans I call for construction o[- a village 01'

feet and has comfortable ac- son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mas- ,II 55 houses with a commissary de-

comodations for six. ters of Wauchula has received three Win Here Thursday:I Mrs. Sears SisterDrowning partment and warehouse this fall.

The boat was constructed' for offers for tryouts with major league --- I!I The Clewiston Inn, modern, com-

use on the Intra-coastal waterway I baseball clubs and is understoodto In In a double header\ baseball. Victim plete hotel, was recently openedby

about three years ago and for,, have/accepted one of the offers: 'game on the local diamond Thurs- : the Clewiston Hotel Company,

nearly a year has been idle In I The offers were made ,because of hisshoeing day afternoon Lake Harbor defeateda :1 I at an estimated cost of $250,000.

Jacksonville. It has been put in as a" pitcher for the WauI Clewiston team in a close live Mr. and Mrs. Emory J. Sears I More than 3,500'men were, em-

use several times since its arrivalin I chula team of the Orange Belt iniiing game 3-2 and the Leans I were called to Fernandina wedncs'J f ployed last season during grinding

Clewiston and as rapidly as pos- League where he has, so far this again took the measure of the Fats day by the tragic death time. They averaged $2.25 a day

sible is being revarnished and redecorated season lost only two games in by a score of 61.The latter game I Sears' sister, Beatrice Moon, 13,)I in pay, Mr. Moran said, in additionto

A new towing bit has eleven starts. was called due to darkness at the who was, drowned at Fernandina receiving free rent, free medical

also been placed in the stern of Early Clewiston residents remem- end of the fourth inning. Beach late, Tuesday afternoon. attention, recreation and welfare

the boat. ,ber the bjrth of this young man The Lake Harbor-Clewiston game According to news reports. of the I I benefits.

Authority has also been asked when the family made their homeat was an interesting affair and the tragedy, Beatrice, her brother A.

\.fI/ to repair the damages to the Kis- Sand Point, as Clewiston'was outcome in doubt until the last L. Moon and his wife and Betty VICTIMS OF ACCIDENT

formerly known. His father at that frame when Lake Harbor made her Roberts, 12, of Fernandina, were I ARE ALL IMPROVING
simmee which is expected to be
time was a commercial fisherman final winning tally. Clewiston scor- wading in a cove when they step-

forthcoming in the near future. (Continued on page 8) ed both her runs in the second inn- ped into a slough near the jetties. Mrs. V. Woodward and Miss
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------ in the An unidentified motorist rescued Sarah Frank Little, who have been
---------- Lake Harbor
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third, one in the fourth and one Mrs. Moon from the water after : confined to the Clewiston Emergency -

.:')jlljilllll! I in the fifth. Ed Ward and Bob unsuccessful attempts by her hus- hospital since the auto accident -

Beardsley accounted for the Clew- band to push the swimmers into here on Tuesday of last weekin
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iston runs. shallow water. Beatrice and Betty which both were seriously injured -
Next Week at the ; this week to be
drowned. are reported
Lineups for this game were as were

follows: Clewiston, B. Beardsley. c; Beatrice's body was found Wednesday making very satisfactory progress.

CLEWISTON GOLF CLUB Schroeder, p; Bell, 3b; Pouncey, morning by a fisherman Miss Rose Monohan, also injuredin
from
I Ib; Etherton, 2b; Ward, ss; Wilson, about ,one mile from the point the accident was discharged

Qualifjdng rounds for the rf; Avant, If and Johnson, cf. Lake where the drowning occurred. The the hospital after the first few

Harbor: Burkett, 3b; Bolton, ss; body of the other child had not 'days.

Everglades Merchants' Championship Gordon, cf; Rogers, Ib; Harrell, been recovered at last reports. L. A. Turner, injured in another

If; Grant, rf; Earnest 2b; ,Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Sears left immediately accident the same day when his
Extended into the Industrial
to August 27th p and Clarence c. car plunged
for Fernandina and ac- to be well
Canal, is also reported
The lineup for the Lean-Fat game
I was not given but was much the companied the body to Fort :Meade on the road to recovery at Bay
t( \\ mmm1TTIr sr&l lllll"IIIII I"111111111'ft llll""IIIIII St. Petersburg*
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ASK MEA Quiz With.Answers

Failure of Democratic Purge Some of the v most importantrules Offering Information

for safe driving: ANOTHER I on Various SubjectsThe

New Fear Never drive fast over a road .
Gives Republicans I
you don't know like a book.

Learn what you can expect of Questions The Answers
your car.Always. 1. Is there, an active volcano in I, Yes, Mount Lassen in Cali-
tIe ownership of a shell-pocked hill expect the worst. If the United States? fornia.
PoliticsIf near the village of Changkufeng. there's a tree beside the. road 2. Which of our Presidents 2. President McKinley.
Franklin Roosevelt ever Russia-Jap hostilities in this sec- ahead, figure a car may come coined the phrase "benevolent as- 3. A new word or phrase which
planned to "purge" Democratic. tor date back to 1931 when Japan from behind it. If there's a similation"? has not yet been accepted as. good
party of undesirables, he now knows marched into Manchuria and looked house near by, a child may run 3. What does the term neologism. usage.
,, the purge has failed. On the presidential longingly at land patrolled by Rus- across the road there. If there'sa mean? 4. In 1789.
black list may have been ,sia's autonomous Siberian army. 5. One in which
there
parked car, count on its cut- 4. In what year did our govern- are no
Iowa's Gillette, Nevada's- McCarran, But not until mid-July this year did ting suddenly onto the pave- ment under' the Constitution be- runs, no hits and none reaching
Colorado's Adams, and Missouri'sClark. the five-year "secret war" break ment. gin? first base.

By last week these New Deal into the open. Since then both pow- Signal intentions ,to all 5. What is considered a perfect 6. It was named for Lord de la
haters were either renominated or ers have attacked and counter at- your game in baseball? Warr (or Ware), a governor of
who be affectedby
assured' of winning their state pri- tacked for days on end, moving persons acts.HOW. may 6. What is the significance of I Virginia. A friend of. his exploredthe
maries at the expense of administration troops, artillery and planes to little your the state name of Delaware? I river and bay.
favorites. Changkufeng.
News of purge failure has recently Already tired of one war (see be- J
sent the most dour conservativeinto low), Japan was anxious to avoid
ecstasies. For once, it appears, another. Finally Ambassador Ma-
Franklin Roosevelt's dominationover moru Shigemitsu at Moscow received By '" .
the party is at ebb tide. But word to open peace negotia- I to SEW RUTH WYETH e. r ? ,

last week a few foes began thinking tions. Last week it appeared proud, SPEARS t ,
instead of effervescing: stubborn Japan would have to eat f# I IVI
Is purge failure helping untangle crow if she wanted peace with - - I '

badly twisted United States political prouder, more stubborn Russia. with the shelf edging along the \
lines? Decidedly the contrary. Is Muttering that "the time has come i V3FFaIO top of the window. and the tie- eOtf1

purge failure eliminating Franklin _uu..u.................... backs as shown in the sketch. The \ '
Roosevelt as a third termer? Probably thumb tacks used for the shelf

not.Originally. edging may also add color inter-
the purge idea soughtto est.NOTE t \ QO
transform the Democrat party = : Every Homemaker f
into an instrument of coherent liberalism l should have a copy of Mrs. Spears' .... (/!
implying formation of an U 00 book, SEWING, for the Home Dec-
equally coherent conservative partyon THUMB TACKSJ orator. Forty-eight pages of directions -
a foraNEW
the other side. But when con- CURTAIN- for making slipcoversand
gress convenes next winter the Unit- L: ? ;.. 11 ROD I curtains; dressing tables; kind
ed States will see instead a hodge- lampshades and many other use- of
/ podge of multi-colored political x{ f ENDS HEMMED AND N ful articles for the home. Price
thought from which little but bicker- BRASS AIA'GS'ij i- 25 cents postpaid (coin preferred).. vacation

ing can be expected. : Ask for Book 1, and address Mrs.

Deeply tanned from his 20-day 4" \ ARE indebted to one of the Spears, 210 S. Desplaines St., Chi- THIS 'year, try a new vaca-

fishing trip to tropical Pacific wa- s.' ? readers. of this column for cago, 111. tion-where it's cool, where .
ters, Franklin Roosevelt was back R this idea. She was so enthusiastic there's golf, yachting, beach ,
in his 48 states last week, still mum i about the book, SEWING, for the or pool bathing and
about third term rumors that have Home Decorator, offered with every
kept newsmen busy since he left. these articles that she wrote a HOUSEHOLD conceivable recreation plus
'Of all rumors, most thoughtprovoking nice letter of appreciation and also military and marine pageantryat
was that purge failure robs the described 'this clever idea of her QUESTIONSCoffee history's birthplace! The

President of party control, robs him own for making her kitchen gay. building and grounds are
also of the right to name a succes- All of us know how often kitchen beautiful-the sea view mag-

sor in 1940. Not willing to be robbed, ,--,,- <. curtains must be laundered. Yet, for Ginger Cookies.-Try nificent There' dancing
i enthusiastic New Dealer Roosevelt we like'interesting windows in this mixing ginger cookies with cold nightly-Only a few hours

i would rather run himself than pass MAXIM LITVINOFF"The room as well as any other. Well, coffee--' .instead of water. away Write for rates.Headquarters .
the mantle to a less ardent New time has come ." here is the answer with the mini- *
Dealer. Beautifying Wash Stand. Rub
mum of work.
i
to terminate these endless inci- berized cretonne if pasted around
dents Litvinoff The curtains themselves are as
Kentucky > Foreign Minister wash stand will
an unsightly cov-
matched Tokyo's proposals with an easy to wash and iron as a dish'
' Blue Grass politics was red hot even better set: towel-no frills just hems. Butdon't er ugly plumbing and make a for
as Kentucky prepared to choose a bathroom attractive.
make WILL1AMSBURGYorktovn
them too
(1) Immediate cessation of hostilities skimpy. A
Democratic senator. At Jackson, *
with mutual withdrawal full width of 35-inch-wide materialis Jamtttown
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Former Sheriff Lee Combs and his behind a fixed line. not too wide. Cut away the;selvage Fruit Juice Ice Cubes.-If you
brother attended a rally for their I (2) That line to be determined by at the front edge and hem have a gas or electric refrigerator TJteCHAMBER
own faction, then walked brazenlyinto the Russ-China treaty of June 26, itvi a 1-inch hem. Use a 2- try using fruit juices for ice
a rally of .opposition forces. 1886. inch hem at the bottom. This gives cubes instead of water. They are
When the smoke cleared, Lee Combswas (3) Appointment of a bilateral the curtains body so they will very pretty in fruit beverages.
shot dead. A few minutes later have smart lines. Lemon cubes are lovely in iced
commission, two Russians, one crisp The cas-
his father organized kinfolk to Manchukuan, one Jap, to negotiatefor ing, at the top should be .just wide' tea. Sidney Banki President
search for William Combs who
was .f *
enough for the curtain rod. And
redemarcation of the line on
no relative but the alleged slayer. basis of the 1886 treaty.. don't forget to allow for .shrinkage Onion Absorbs Paint Odor.Ifan ; OLD POINT COMFORT
if the material is onion is in
e Last week weary Japanese troops not pre- cut halves and VIRGINIATh1
shrunken.If placed in a room that has been -
were still more than 100 miles down
.- .. the flooded Yangtze river from their figured material is used, newly painted it will absorb the
goal, Nanking, long since deserted choose colors that will harmonize: odor of paint in a few hours.Pepsodent .

by the Chinese government: While
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,; defending troops claimed the invaders -
/ b had been repelled in battle after

battle, crafty Japs were evidently
resorting to brains instead of brawnto


;T:< ;jif!; a, governments capture the past another Manchuria were part undermined and of China.In Peking.by makes v the BIG DIFFERENCEsaydVlillions !


palm-rubbing Tokyo agents and disgruntled -
Chinese officials. Result
fa T I alone of all tooth powders contains
: { rrf' 6 4i in each case has been a puppet
,
< lyr I/ s / y state, completely divorced from Chi- remarkable Irium!*

na. Last week at peaceful Canton,
Marvelous! .. that's what ing agent-Irium-helps brush away mask
few miles from Britain'sHongkong
only
a millions' are saying about jng surface-stains from teeth. See how
came reports of secret '
y IriumtheexcitingnewcleansspeedilyPepsodent polishes teeth to a
negotiations to sway South China d ing agent contained in Pepsodent alone of glorious natural radiance 1 And Pepsodent
from fhe central government. alltoothpowders.TryPepsodentPowder. Powder is safe on teeth. Contains NO
Promising to prevent recurrenceof See how Pepsodent's wonderful new cleans BLEACH NO GRIT. Get yours today
disastrous bombings which left 'Pepsodent's trade mark for Purified Alkyl Sulfate
Canton a bloody shambles last
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month, Jap agents-would set up an I
independent government.
UNA and I NA on the Hottest Day of the Year : I" I

KENTUCKY'S ALBEN BARKLEYIt Miscellany

teas surely a fine day. Back to London last week from GOING TO BE A TERRIBLE!... AND I HAVE MY WHY DON'T YOU WELL, I'VE TRIED IT- BUT i
darkest Africa came MissionaryJohn REAL SCORCHER. CARD CLUB TODAY. I'M JUST MAKE ICE CREAM, DIDN'T HAVE MUCH LUCK.
Said Police Chief A. S. Sizmore: Harris with a strange tale. His ISN'T IT, MRS. GOING TO ORDER ICE CREAM. MRS. GRAY WITH / yOLJ OUGHT TO TRY IT WITH
"I'm a Republican so I'm not on story: In Bechuanaland lives Ra- GRAY,? / \A I i' EXPENSIVE -- BUT IT'S TOO HOT THAT GRAND / JELL-O ICE CREAM POWDER
either side. They were all het up monolwana Senan, believed to be \ //TO FUSS WITH FANCY DISHES. REFRIGERATORSHOULDN'T SHE, UNA?

from politicih'." 140 years old yet still in good health $KVfeRHI- OF SNAPAND YOURS ITS LOADS A '
Two days' later Kentucky went to and boasting all but one tooth. He I CHEAPER! "' I <- I=' -

the polls. At Versailles, Gov. A. B. has a son more than 100 years old, sn *. : fct. c dy
"Happy" Chandler muttered,"Down I and a daughter 16. E A t .v .Y -- JHLOOK L

the hatch" as he chivalrously voted Twenty thousand bathers at NewYork's 't 1
for his opponent, Majority Leader
Rockaway beach sought relief -
Alben W. Barkley. At Paducah, Al- from sticky weather last week.In 0A
ben Barkley deposited his ballot, the distance were unimportant
glanced at the skies and predicted a rumblings of thunder. Suddenly the F
record vote; ; I I ti l r rI
air was splintered by a bolt of
By midnight it appeared that lightning that zig-zagged 300 feet L. -t6
Happy Chandler should have voted down the beach, killing three, felling
for himself. "Dear Alben," with hundreds. Next day investigators I )

presidential blessing, was renomi- wondered if a huge steel bridge,

nated. passing almost immediately over HOW MUCH AND DON'T TELL BE A SPORT AND GIVE s -- ;
the beach, might have drawn the ONE PACKAGE JELL-O ME YOU US THE REel PElI"T'S .
ForeignSince freak bolt. MAKES, MRS.GRAY ICE CREAM MADE THIS \t (.,. J
-A WHOLE QUART POWDER GRANDSMOOTH JUST A /
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into Manchuria, Tokyo and Moscow land's proud Queen Mary was also COSTS A CREAM IN THEREFRIGERATOR I GOT FROM UNA --r7 ==
have been "on the brink of war." queen of the Atlantic. Then came FEW CENTS! / AND INA I *WE COOLED EM OFF!AND OURSELVES

Last week they appeared to be fight- the French Normandie to set a westward Y I TOO.CA115EJELLO THE KIND! THAT ICE MAKES CREAM PLENTY'ORDCR POWDERIS

ing two wars: In one, at the iso- passage record of 3 days, 22 11 ALL t> FLAVORS FROM
lated RussianManchukuanKoreanfrontier hours, 52 minutes. Last week her THIS VOUBGKOCEB-MAKt vtfjy"f..kl ICE-CREAy
nobody knew who was win- powerful engines churned the Queen '/ /\

ning. In the other, being waged in Mary to a new record, clipping 1 '
the Moscow office of Soviet Foreign hour, 14 minutes off the Norman- I'a a l4 l\ o: J
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Maxim Litvinoff, it appeared that die's mark.

Russia had the upper hand. O Fondled like the museum piece I. :\4 > ?,L I fylfER..

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communiques and curt'notes, Asia's $900 transatlantic airplane was "
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'I Mother wanted to spend Satur- there is found a sheep which

day afternoon shopping, and fa- grows an amazing fat tail. The child must have a chanceto
taw \' 'J' ther-a statistician-reluctantly enormous tails are due to an ac- express its ideas," says a

I -' 4 agreed to spend the afternoon with cumulation of fat carried there. I psychologist. Yes, but not _on

J -, >'oiprSroR; .'#ct fnhg:.fiI)"iH;,' the three small, energetic children. They may- be as long as the ani- I plain wallpaper!

;AtN oisEi\)\',(iIo\-1 st.RII!yrou V.' f.1'.., .,tE! When mother returned father mal itself, and often weigh up to "Girls were quicker in their
Jf : 'w AStO ENORMOUS : ... ....S tw'' movements "
:A.YI.,.i\f.:} rt1iERE "r PRIt.S SO S\JCI\ AK 1.1.11))( .. p,i11 handed her this: 80 pounds. eighty years ago,
".CrtSiQriSEGK EA j. tkE iroI>t wE6wtNE0Eo,:4t19 ( 0 11l'I HONE! i""P': gtT' {(..G\J> Dried tears-9 times. The natives greatly esteem the says a writer. They got .a bus-
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I It b'I' 'OI>" rO'OIlS' I>' tle on then.
/ I O\jIJ\\ltlhP1G'r. 9iYdliN1VE541ti,5CtiEFA" 'SSUff'Y411 WI\.. ltIND( $R'-'lo Tied shoes-13 times. tail as a delicacy, and to pro-
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i Children insisted on crossing times of drouth when food is who marry young. If a man

i : street-21 times. scarce, the fat from the tail is waits till he has money it hurts

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REQUESTS for reprints of thef interviews :
between Everett Mitchell and Champion Farmers
evidenced so great an interest that these

entertaining and instructive programs will be : r"
resumed beginning the week of August 14. '

In addition to the interviews conducted by '
Everett Mitchell the Firestone Orchestra and

quartette complete a pleasant and instructive
fifteen minute program.h

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& which the broadcasts can be heard appear below. '



i. I1i :2' : ? ( 7 TWICE WEEKLY ATCity THE NOON HOURCity

c Station Kilocycles Days Time Station Kilocycles Days Time
! Abilene..KFBI 1050 Wed. & Fri. 11:30 A.M. CSTAmarillo..KGNC Medford..KMED 1410WedFri. 12:35 P.M. PST
1410 Tue. & Thur 11:30 A.M. CST Memphis..WREC 600 Wed.&Fri. 12:15 P.M. CST
( Atlanta...........WSB 740 Tue.&Thur.12:45 P.M.CDST Miami. .........WQAM 560 Wed.&Fri. 12:45 P.M. EST
Bakersfield......KPMC 1550 Tue. & Thur. 12:15 P.M. PSTaltimore..WBAL Milwaukee! .......WTMJ 620 Tue. & Th.ur. 12:30 P.M. CST
1060 Tue. & Thur. 12:30 P.M.EDST l\hnneapol1s..WCCO 810 Wed.Frl. 12:45 P.M. CST
Billings. ........KGHL 780'Tue. &Thur. 12:30 P.M. MST Nashville.........WSM 650 Tue.&Thur. 12:30 P.M CSTNewark..WOR
Birmingham..wBRC" 930 Wed. &Fri. 12:15 P.M. CSTBismarck..KFYR 710 Mon. &Fri. 12:15 P.M.EDST
550 Wed. &Fri. 12:30 P.M. CST New Orleans..WWL 850 Wed. &Fri. 12:30 P.M. CST
Boise..KIDO 1350 Wed. &Fri. 12:30 P.M. CSTBoston..WBZ Oklahoma: City..WKY 900 Tue. &Thur. 12:00 N. CST
990 Wed. & Fri. 12:15 P.M.EDST Omaha...........WOW 590 Wed. &Fri. 12:00: N. CST
Buffalo.... .......WBEN 900 Tue. &Thur. 12:15 P.M.EDST Phoenix..KTAR 620 Tue. &Thur. 10:30A.M.MST
Burlington.....WCAX 1200 Tue. &Thur. 12:45 P.M.lDST Pittsburgh.......KDKAPlaitsburg 980 Wed.&Fri. 12:30 P.M.IDST
Charlotte..WBT 1080 Tue. &Thur.12:00 N. EST ........WMrF 1310 MonThur.1215 P.M.EDST
Bob his wile live to bills Chicago...........WLS 870 Tue. & Thur. 12:15 P.M.CDST Pocatello.........KSEI 900 Wed. &Fri. 12:45 P.M. MST
a great extent on due having eaten for j Saturday 12:30 P.M.CDST Presque Isic I ... ..WAGM 1420 Tue. &Thur. 11:45 A.M.EDST
I a month::a restaurant in exchange for 50 chairs. Ciacianati.\VLW 700 {Sunday J 2:00 P.M.CDST Pueblo........:.:KGHF 1320 Tue.:& Thur.: 12:15; P.M.: : MST
Clay Center .. ..KMMJ 740 Tue. &Thur. 11:45 A.M. CST Richmond..WRVA 1110 Tue. &Thur.12:30 P.M. ESTRochester.Minn..KROC
Cleveland ......WTAM 1070 Tue.&Thur. 11:00 A.M. EST 1310 Tue. & Thur. 12:30 P.M. CST
..r'q= of Corpus Christi..KRIS 1330 Tue.&Thur. 12:00 N. CST Rapid City.......KOBH 1370 Wed. &Fri. 12:00 N. MSTSalem..KSLM
DalIs..WTAA 800 Tue.&Thur. 12:15 P.M. CST 1370 Wed. & Fri. 12:35 P.M. PST
DesMoincs......WHO 1000 Tue. & Thur. 12:15 P.M. CSTDetrou..WJIt San Antonio.....WOAI 1190 Tue.Thur. 12:00 N. CST
: 750 Wcd.&Fri. 1:00'P.M. EST San Bernardino..KFXM 1210 Tue.Thur. 12:45 P.M. PST
Dodge City..KGNO 1340 Mon. Wed P.M. CST San Francisco..KPO 680 Mon.&Thur. 1:00: P.M. PST
& 12:15 Wed.&Fri. 11:45 A.M. PST
Santa Ana..KVOE 1500
aCcntro..KXO 1500 Tue. &Thur 12:30 P.M. PST ..... Sat. Sun. 12:15 P.M.EDST
Schenectady WGY 790 &
r re ElPaso.. ........KTSM 1310 TueTbur.1245 P.M. CSTEugcne..KORE Scottsbluff........KGKYShrcveport 1500 Tue. & Thur. 7:15 P.M.liST
1420 Tue. &Thur. 1:00 P.M. PSTrargo..WDAY ..... KWKH 1100 Wed. &Fn. 12:30 P.M. CST
940 Wed. &Fri. 12:15 P.M. CST Sioux Falls..KS00: 1110 Wed.: &Fri.: 12:30; P.M.: : CST
Fresno..........KMJ 580 Wed.&Fri. 12:30 P.M. PST Spokane .....KHQ 590 Tue. & Thur. 7:15 A.M. PST
Ft. Wayne..WOWO 1160 Wed.&Fri. 12:45 P.M.CDST Springfield. 111..WCBS 1420 Mon. &Wed. 12:45 P-M. CST
Gainesville.......WRUF 830 Wed. &Fri. 11:30 A.M. EST Springfield. Mo..KGBX 1230 Wed.&Fri. 12:00 N. CST
Great Falls..KFBB 1280 Tue.&Thur. 1:00 P.M. MST Springfield, Mass.WBZA 990 Wed. &Fri.. 12:15 P.M. EDST
Grceley. .........KFKA 880 Wed. & Fri. 12:15 P.M. MSTHartford.VTIC St. Joseph. .....KFEO 680 \Ved. &Fri. 12:20 P.M. CST
1040 Tue. &Thur. 1:15 P.M.EDST St. Louis .. .....KMOX 1090 Wed. & Fri. 1:00 P.M. CST
St. Petersburg..WSUN 620 Tue. &Thur. 12:45: P.M. EST
Hot Springs..KTHS 1060 Wed. &Fri. 12:15 P.M. CST
Houston..KPRC 920 Tue.&Thur. 12:13 P.M. CSTIndianapolis..WIRE Syracuse.. ......WSYR 570 .Tue. & Thur.! 12:30 P.M. ESTTulsa..KVOO
1140 Wed. & Fri. 11:45 A.M. CST
I 1400 Wed. &Fri. 11:30 A.M. CST TwinFaUs..KTFI 1240 Tue. & Thur. 1:15 P.M. MST
\ Kansas Clty..KMBC 950 Tue. &Thur. 12:15 P.M. CST Weslaco. .....KRGV 1260 Tue. & Thur. 12:00 N. CST
Ktamath Falls..K.FJI 1210 Mon. &Wed. 12:00 N. PSTLaCrosse.VKBH Wichita..........KFH 1300 Mon. & Wed. 12:30 P.M. CST
I 1380 \\fed.&Fr 11:45 A.M. CST Wilmington..WDEL 1120 Wed. & Fri. 12:30 P.M.EDST
Little Rock..KLRA 1390 \Ved. &Frl. 12:15 P.M. CST Yaakton ........WNAX 570 Wed. & Fri. 11:45 A.M. CST
Lubbock..KFYO 1410 Wed.&Fri. 11:43 A.M. CST York..WORK 1320 Wed. &Tri. 12:30 P.M.CDSTrd
Listen to THE VOICE OF FIRESTONE featuring Rlcbai Crooks and Margaret Speaks and the 70-piece Firestone
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PAGE FOUR THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 10M f I

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The Clewiston News among the acquaintances of the de- 1 been given an opportunity they'll be so amazed and delightedthat juice, sugar and salt. When it be- \

ceased, who was never known to ut-I and talk with a lot of these people.I it won't be long 'till we'll ginS to- jell, fold in whipped cream. I

ter a disparaging remark nor makea find them all amazed at the find our summer business as goodas Turn into cold molds and set in i

Published every Friday in Clewiston, single enemy.He I marvelous summer climate Florida if not better than the winter refrigerator to become firm.

Inc Florida, by the CL.HWISTON NEWS. is the kind of a fellow who has to offer.., They are delighted season, and all we gotta do' is

will tell how lovely the bride I with the cool nights, absence from TELL 'EM.Daytona .
W. P. Ilaggerty, leader of a
I looked when she walked up the J mosquitoes and other pests. Beach has proved that
KEATHLEY BOWDE1V, Editor their first movement in Tampa to curb all
aisle and wish her a lifetime of Those experiencing it can be done and that it pays

happiness and success in spite of summer here tell how they were and I know of, a lot of Florida forms of gambling announced this

Entered as second class mail matter the fact that her wedding invita-I timid about coming and imagined communities that could follow her week that the drive would become
February 1,' 1927, at the Post Office in
sold to her by a city that the heat would be terrible, but example and profit by it.
Clewiston, Florida under the Act of: tions were state-wide through the cooperation ;
!March 3, 1897.Subscription. printer.A I they were tempted lo try It by
friends who had been down here of Junior Chambers of Commerce
newspaper man is the kind of LET'S EATThe
I at this time of year and returned 50 Florida cities.
Rate $2.00 Per Year. fellow who writes columns and editorials in

Advertising Rates On Application. I I on trading at home for the with glowing: reports. Now they

II I I benefit of local merchants who use are planning to come back: themselves Florida State' Department of
:: and bring others with them. FOR RENT-Furnished upstairs
handbill advertising purchased from Agriculture in recent release
Devoted to the advancement and welfare I a
of Clewiston and Hendry County.I out-of-town ,firms. Florida truly has more to offer; states that citrus fruits containthe bedroom suitable for one or two

He: is the kind of fellow who will 1 I as a summer resort than many two essentials of every diet, persons. Phone 376 or call at I

meekly say "Yes, ma'm," and "I'msorry" states that advertise themselves ex- namely: "What we should cat" premises. F. L. Williamson. '

THE SUGAR SWINDLEThe < for not mentioning this and I tensively as such. i IOUI' delightful and "What we like to eat."
Min-I I
---.which that to an irate subscriber who has I coast cities on both the Atlantic erals, vitamins, carbohydrates 'I

manner in the federal and Gulf are all justified in term-
there.
been getting the paper for years I The joy of the most pleas-

government is hornswoggling the without making any payments for ing themselves "summer resorts" ing flavor of all foods is there.

sugar company at Clewiston, Florida the subscription.A I and should do so, going after: their I Osborne and Mendel found that

agriculture and the American share I of this business, for the field lemons
newspaper man is the kind of oranges, and grapefruit Good FarmLand

public was again brought into the a fellow who goes around in shabby I hasn't been scratched and the campaign contain as much vitamin B as

open by the wage hearing at Moore clothes, drives an outmoded car, s need not be limited to a few milk and more than grapejuice,'

Haven last week to fix. a wage scale southern states but might well take
.| fresh that
smartly
and tips his hat to the apples and pears; oranges -
for the sugar industry.In dressed person, who owes him Jin all the middle west and all east- and pineapples' are good

the first place a lot of people enough so that he could buy a new | ern states.I sources of vitamin; that orange, I

will want to know how come the suit of clothes for himself.He have personally visited every lemon and tomatoes are highestof

federal government fixes the pay is the kind of fellow who state east of the Mississippi in the all foods in vitamin C. Experiments for Rent

scale for sugar workers and not pushes every community enterprise, summer as well as a good many in have shown in_ recent

for bean pickers who work side who puts the baseball team and the west and none have a summer I I years that oranges play a big role .. :' ".,l

by; side in Everglades fields. Who basketball team on the map, but climate that can compare with I I in the building of teeth and in

passed that law when nobody was is called a chisler if he expects any I Florida's. Florida summers, com- preventing decay.

looking and what is the idea of it? complimentary tickets. : pared to the summers in most of On hot August days the appetite -

these states is to talk
The answer is that there really He is the man who praises you something craves cooling drinks, sherbetsand
about and I don't majbe.
isn't any law. It's a departmentof to the skies when you do some-II mean ices. Fresh lemons are to be Trespassers _' I
Folks there around in '
agriculture "regulation" derivin thing good, covers up for you up go a had year round in this section, and

from the "quota"" system under when you do something wrong and i I r wave of sure 'nuff HEAT that settles when fresh oranges and grapefruit. Will Be

which the sugar company gets paid gets the first. kick when you are I I down on you like a blanket are not on the markets the canned '

for not producing sugar. As the in a bad temper. I and leaves you feelin' like a gob variety easily take their place. ProsecutedCleviston

thing works out it gets paid onlyif He is the kind of fellow you run I of drawn butter, and the nights are The following recipe fits in I
just bad the days. About the
it complies with department to first for help and think :of last as as nicely as a hot weather dessert,

"regulations" and one of them is when he needs held. It he's not only consolation they get is gloat- and makes use of healthful and

this' business of fixing pay scales. ""nuts" what is he?-John F. I I in' about how much worse off we pleasing citrus fruits.

Because the quota system, in Tischler of the Delano (Minn.) are down in Florida for they still Orange Bavarian Cream
have the nut idea that because we 1 tablespoon
effect, also fixes the price at which Eagle. I I granulated gelatine .
I enjoy a mild climate in the winterit 1-4 cup cold water :
sugar may be sold the department

assumes authority over items that ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:........:.......::....:.... I! mer must and be they abnormally wonder how hot we in sum-ever 1 1 cup tablespoon orange juice lime and juice pulp Realty And

go into the cost, including labor.
I Ic I stand it. 1-2
Something may be said for that Too Late To Classify cup sugar
Our job is to get 'em down here Tiny pinch salt DevelopmentCorporation
but not for making the pay scale
one summer so they can get a load l'cup cream.
much at Clewiston than for
higher 'Jitssell "
'By Kay of our natural "air-conditioning, Soak gelatine in cold water for
exactly the same type of labor in
. a sample of our fresh cool ocean 5 minutes and dissolve by standingcup
Louisiana. Florida is required to :N:iN. :N:M.NON. .N:N:N:..:..:..:N:N:N:M:N:N:..:N MGM N M.J i breezes and cool nights. If they'll containing mixture in hot wat-

minimum of $1.60 day
pay a a
Daytona Beach.-A lot has been I Just try one summer in Florida, er. Add to orange juice. Add lime
for cultivation while in Louisianait

is $1.20, and the piece work written about our winter visitorsbut

harvesting rate here is $1.19 a ton, very little attention has been

top, while in Louisiana it is $1.10. paid to the ever increasing number -

There has never been an ex- of folks from other states who I
come to Florida in the summer. tIn u The WEEKS NEWSI
planation of the reason for that Floridians j

differential but .it is assumed thatit For many. many years
under the impression that
is because there is more moneyin labored I I
state a "winterplayground" ., If.pJ1f.zt 1;;?=
producing sugar in the Everglades because our was =.w"y .; .m ;>:':':;0>''''''., u
and the bulk of our I
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than in Louisiana and that t4
here during the win- I y -
tourists came 1ee ,
therefore labor should be higher
ter months, we could not hope lo I raS79lc

paid.And enter the "summer :resort" field
there is of the
rignt one I
and while this feelin is being
several spots in which the American -I
overcome to some extent there are
consumer gets hornswoggled by
still plenty of communities ,and
the AAA regulations. It is not
plenty of people who cease all ef- x RS
denied that sugar can be producedin
fort at the first sign of Spring

the Everglades more profitablythan and fold their lily white arms to I

anywhere else in the cointry, for them-
feel
sit back and sorry
or off shore for that matter. The
selves through the long summer I

Clewiston company not' only admits t months while they wait for the

that but brags about_ it. What ". visitors." I + I
next crop of win er 1 i
Clewiston wants to do is pass that ] _____ '.
Many so-called Florida tourist I -
advantage on to the consumer andthat's
cities stick their heads under their I i TRUCKS MOVE MORE
what the federal governmentwon't i THAN BILLION DOLLARS
wings in April or May and do not GREYHOUND SETTING -
allow. Instead it pays the -Trucks have begun
become active again until fall. I A WORLD
company to hold down productionwith (
1/ transporting 1290000.
Shops close, hotels cease operation, TROT MARK-Grey-
- a handy criminal statute 000 worth of bar silver ,
promotion of every character ceas- hound, with his veteran .
that can be substituted for pay- from New York City to
es and the native population growls trainer Septus
ments if the sugar company prefers the Government's
and groans in their effort to livo new Faith Palm at the
-and on top of that evens thingsup storage vault on the edge .
off each other until the'Yankees reins, is shown flash
by making Clewiston pay higher of the United States Military
return south.A ing across the finish
wages than other producers. Academy at West
Beach line in 2:01 to win the
Wjhy is that done? It is doneto few years ago Daytona Point. N. Y.
first heat of the $3,275
to build
keep less efficient continental took a flyer at trying upa
: free-for-all trot feature

producers in business and to givea summer business. Money was I event at Cleve
constructive advertising,
share of the American marketto spent for land where the Grand
I
toured the southern
the off-shore industry. If the motorcades Circuit Racing season
states inviting folks to try a sum- I
Clewiston company were allowedto opened recently.
mer at "Daytona Beach." The city, I
go ahead its efficient methods of 'I

harvesting and processing the yieldof I through its recreation department, 1.

provided a splendid program of en- I aJ '.' .,>" ., ..,.... .. _. n'" I
its lush acres would produce I

sugar at a cost which would permit ; -I tertainment, band concerts, bathing I GUESTS OF JAPAN-Concerned with promoting

it to undersell not only cane beauty revues, fireworks, automo- I friendlier relations between the U. S. and Japan, -,

and beet sugar from the fields of:i ia bile races, baseball and other I these 15 American teachers are now touring Nippon

sports. High class concessionerswere as guests: of the Board of Tourist Industry I \ 1-:
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dozen states, but also imports ..
invited to set on the of the Japaneso r :>
up I "l/Jt:
from Cuba Puerto Rico Hawaii ..
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boardwalk; tourist facilities were : Government )t.<. i
and the Philippines. To prevent x I ': ;: 1''Y: :
and improved with an eye a Railways. Fourteen .. .
enlarged Y u.: .
that, which would force competitorsout rather ether educators from \:?. ..'">:"\w. t M < < .
to their year 'round use I ,. : .'>:;::.o... 1
of the market, the federal .
than just a few months' operationin I American schools : ;:; :: :t::{# y 4W3:'
government pegs the price to give : { 4 > ;
I also making the ) L'f.: "
them a margin of profit, sets a the winter. I good are will tour. ; .74-:::: ,: ;::\ f > : ':::f: "

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throttles Everglades .
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up to you? If it has, have you and secure information concerninghotel shown with son Jimmy as he ?t., > ,.- < ;" ;. T: '.' 't.;. f..k\ +\.,.. ,' T! s.",',; -W"Mfr"
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and transportation rates, liv- greeted the convention which h.c' d": 1lt. <<., .
been able to answer it? The other CAT MOTHERS "
ing costs, and other first hand nominated him in 1932. and CHICKS-"Nancy,
night I was. introduced to some. Rosemont New mothers
a Jorsoy cat
where he first mentioned the
folks and in the course of the small chicks. If
data.As seven they stray
New Deal. In the first of a
ensuing conversation the fact thatI a result, ,thousands of sum from the nest, "Nancy" brings them
series of articles in The
was a newspaper man was men- mer visitors were attracted from American Postmaster back by the back ci the neck, just:
Magazine

tioned. "Yes," said one of my all southern states. Georgia, Alabama like kittons. .
General Farley describes
party, "he's one of the nuts." Tennessee, ,North and South:L I
in detail the campaign FLOOD CONTROL- curtoen darns holding back c maximum of 20.000::
Just what is a newspaper man? Carolina all send thousands of folks I j I
S I I' for the nomination. million tons cf wet.!::r. v/cro turned over for operation recently in eastern:
Hle's the kind of fellow who will to Daytona Beach every summei
I Ohio by the U. S. Corps, of Engineers u..dcrh"se directions the _ Li
take abuse from a man all his life and their number is increasing' eacl]: I =i structures were built. Flood control for protection of one-fifth of Ohio'spopulation ? f.//'

and then. write in his obituary that season. ;;_ ,_ -L-T will cost $ 12.000.0CO.--------. .: _. __ J
nothing but friends were numbered During the past two weeks I'vt c', ': '

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I .MM. .M.M.Mw. .MJ-M.M.M.M.M.M.M. .- .w.M. .M. .M.MM. jMjMj j . . . . .. Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. J. W.'I Mr. and Mrs. Dan G. McCormack is also used to push hyacinth islands -
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1 A Ezelle, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs.V.. jr., of Miami are spending the close to the machine where
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I .t A_ .A'j M. Lanier and Mrs. Keathley DOW-// week with Mr.and Mrs. D. G. they can be taken care of as the

den. McCormack, sr. machine has to be towed from oue

j :: PERSONAL and SOCIETY : I' Mrs.. D. G. McCormack; has returned location to another.

CHARLES MINER CELEBRATES from Miami where she spenta Consensus of opinion
I :t: :s: \ among
i A AJ BIRTHDAY WITH PARTY two weeks' vacation with rela- most of those who have watchedthe

J .f.. +..1 tives. machine at work is that it

I r t' ......................................................................................:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. I Mrs. C. E. Miner entertained a Malcom Taylor of Jacksonvillehas would be practical in a narrow
'group of playmates of her son, '
J
I J. E. Beardsley is a business: visi Mrs. E. M. Cornette and daugh- arrived for a visit with his canal but will prove very Ineffectual -
Charles, in celebration of his sev-
tor today In Oke chobee. ters, Edith. Nell and Sue, have re- uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs' H. in the wide canals of the
enth birthday Sunday. The young-
turned from a month's visit with H. McCall. Okeechobee-Caloosahatchee system.
I sters enjoyed the matinee showingof
relatives in Kentucky. I Ernest Hall, who is at school at
Mr. and Mrs. J. Levy of Tampa, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer '"
; j I' I'Wilrnore, Ky., spent several daysin SAFETY DIVISION REPORTS
were visitors in Clewiston Tuesday.J. 'at the local theater, and afterwards '
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and \ LaBelle with his parents, Mr. I I REDUCTION IN ACCIDENTS
and
I were served ice cream cakeat
Kim, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. J. II'. the Miner home. and Mrs. F. Watts Hall. I -

L. Whitaker spent the weekend Curry and Mrs. Willard F. Simpson Mrs. Willys Davis and children I Tallahassee, August 18.-The

I in Fort Myers.Mrs. were visitors in West Palm Beach I Enjoying the event with Charles accompanied her husband this week public safety division of the Na-

r Thursday.Mrs. were Skippy Cothern, Gene and back to' Georgia where they will tional Safety Council reports that

\W. C. Prewitt returned Sun- Solon Mills, Vollney Robbins, Bobbie make* their home. death rates from motor accidents

day from| Fort Myers where she had W. F. Nail, jr., and her I Berner, Bobbie Smith Kay Bowden Mrs. J. D. Stennis of Biloxi, dropped from 16% to 22% in Jan-

her tonsils removed. brother, Floyd Little, leave tomorrow I, Eleanor and Corrinne Von- Miss., has arrived for a visit with uary, February, March and April,

r-- for a visit with their parents, Mach and Rachel Miner. Mrs. August Oberhaus at Ortona from the all-time high establishedin

Mr. and Mrs. Leo Burger of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Little in Pensa- d Locks. 1937 But, it says, even if this
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Mrs. Wade Hampton and her reduction
Tampa were recent guests of Mr. cola. continues throughout the

", and Mrs. J. F. Tippey.: School at / daughters, the Misses Marie, Mabel year, there will still be 30,000 lives

O. A. Jones left this week for I II Sunday 9: 45 a. m. and Florence Hampton were ViSi-1 sacrificed, needlessly.The .
Morning Worship at 11 a. m. 1 '
tors in 1\I
Fort
Elbert Hooker spent last week a visit in Atlanta. Mrs. Jones and Wednesday report shows that the percentage -,
I B. Y. P. U. at 7p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh O'Banion of
visiting his grandmother, Mrs. M. their daughter, Marianne\ who have I of accidents are decreasingin
Evening services at 8 o'clock. Corkscrew the week-end in''I
spent
C. Hooker in Palmdale.Mr. been visiting in Lynchburg, Virginia
-. {I will return home with him. Rev. W. L. Head will preachon LaBelle with her mother, Mrs. John cities but are increasing in the

and Mrs. Fred Morgan of 1 Sunday morning and will hold Burnett and Mr. Burnett. I rural sections, and a noted traffic

in the first communion service of the R. Roberts of Immokalee visit- authority states that it is the
Delray Beach spent several days Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Pope and city
new church. Both Sunday School ed in LaBelle with hissoninlaw
: Clewiston this week'' son, J. R. jr., of Homestead were Saturday 'driver who causes .most of the
I and services will be heldin '
morning
and daughter, Mr. and
week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. I I Ii rural accidents.
the new church building, which Mrs. Hendry. .
I Ralph ,
Mrs. Will Journigan ,of Canal Dan Allen. Mrs. Pope is Mr.Allen's I
Point was. a visitor in Clewiston sister. 1 I i is nearing completion. The Junior Mrs. Jimmy Lofton, Mrs. Glenn I ___________ __________ .

Wednesday.Mr. Choir will sing some special num- Dyess, Shirley. Ann Burchard and |I

Lowe visitors Fridayin J. M. COUSECounselor
Betty were
,( Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perry, Bill bers.V. ]
' and Mrs. James E. Beard- and Johnnie Perry and Miss Kath- C. Woodward; will be in chargeof Fort Myers.., ,' ..J... ;
Prayer Meeting on Wednesday I' \ and Attorney at Law
j sley motored to West Palm Beach leen Lewis returned Monday from I II Hopkins Building
evening. INFORMATION FILED FOR
,j I and Lake' Worth Wednesday.Mr. Miami Beach where they spent a
I. SECOND DEGREE MURDER Wednesdays and'Saturdays
I
" --- few days over the week-end.
l and Mrs. Hansel McDuffieand IN LaBELLE 9:30 to 4:00
m.J State Attorney Roy D. Stubbs
daughters have moved into the Mrs. Harry Vaughn accompaniedher .a I filed information Monday againstJ.

1 Sagamore Court Apartments. son, Harry, to Fort Myers C. Brown, Clewiston 'negro, for
Mrs. Jack Sigler
and
'i\\ Friday, where the latter's tonsils Mr. I I'H. second degree murder in the fatal J. S. CAMPBELL;

Ij Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Baker are were removed at the -Lee Memorial, a business trip Sunday to Tampa. stabbing Saturday night, the 6th,

parents of a son, born at their Hospital. \ A. Rider is visiting his father Elmore
J of Harley Brinson in the Jeweler & WatchmakerAll
Tuesday morning. in Tex.
home here Gorman,
t bar in the negro section at Clew-

! Mrs. G. D. Smith, Dolores, Julian I Mr.; and Mrs. Blitz Wegman mo- iston.
r Kinds of Jewelry Repairs
,I Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Durrence and Jeanette Smith, Mrs. J. 1\1.1 tored Friday to Fort Myers.: Sheriff H. L. DeLaney states that

if I were business visitors Saturday in Sawyer and daughter, Margery, left i Miss Katherine Curry visited Sunday Brinson was stabbed in the arm Optical RepairsAT

!f LaBelle. :I Tuesday for a two weeks. vacation in Fort Myers with Mr. and severing an artery. He died early : CHRISTIAN'S BARBER SHOP

: in Birmingham. I Mrs. Jack Holland.Mr. Sunday morning in a Clewiston hospital -
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad are :
and Mrs. Buford Surrency .,
spending the week-end in Tampa Mrs. Z. G. Meredith. Foster I
visit-
spent Sunday in Fort Myers AGENT
and at Clearwater Beach. Meredith, Miss Eunice Meredith
ing relatives. New Beautification
and Patsy Meredith and Dave Her-I
Leitner of Arcadia was L. B. Mershon
of Boca Grande Sumter
Wilhelm,
George bertson spent Saturday in .West
accept posi, a business visitor Thursday in La- Planned At Locks
arrived yesterday to a Palm Beach. I New York Life

tion with the U. S. Engineers. Belle. I II

Mrs. Willard Sallas and daugh- I Russell Underhill returned last I I (From Moore Haven Democrat) Insurance CompanyARCADIA

M. J. Hirsch has returned from ters, Lydia and Charlotte, of Stuart, j i week from Cape Cod, Mass., where Lockmaster Fred A., Flanders FLORIDA

a two weeks' visit with his daughter visited friends' in Clewiston Wed- i lie spent the past two months. stated this week that authorityhad

Mrs. C. Y. Hollingsworth in nesday. They also visited Captain I Mrs. Ralph Hendry and son, been given him to proceed with

Bar tow.. Sallas on the dredge, Congaree.Mrs. o Ralph, Jr., visited relatives Monday beautification work on the area

in Immokalee. I I north of the locks between the NORGE REFRIGERATORS

Mr. and Mrs. 'T. P. Turner of I L. A. O'Steen, Mrs. J. L. I Mr. and Mrs. Newton I. Butts of levee and the levee canal and Furniture and Homoumlshingg

Avon Park spent the week-end Whitaker and son of Fort Myers, j; Tampa ,spent last week in LaBelle' which is bounded on the east- by PHILCO RADIOS

,A here visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Mrs. M" M. Lee and Mrs. G. Pierce 1 with her father, D. G. McCormack. the Caloosahatchee Canal and on ,

Y Turner. and son of Brooksville were guests I the north by the old Three-Mile {
The Rev. H. W. Tyler and his Household FurnishingsInc.
.---- Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. I canal. I
daughter, Miss Jane Elizabeth Tyler -
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor Nowling.Mrs. that the low spots
I[ motored Monday to Fort Myers.Mr. lit is probable .
George and Richard Bestor are I will be filled in' and the plot
I Mrs. D. H. Hollett, their BELLE GLADE FLORIDA
and
spending several days at Miami W. F. Strickland and Mrs covered with muck or loam to

Beach. Howard Richards of Mayport,. spent I son, Donald and Albert Anderson j facilitate the growing of lawn
fished Sunday near Sears. !I
Wednesday here with Mr. Strick- I I grass. A driveway will be main-

Miss Leo Willingham of Fort land and Mr. Richards, who were Mr. and Mrs. Frank, Doughertyand I tained as at present to the tip

Payers is spending several days in I recently transferred by U. S. Engineers -I his brother, Joe Dougherty of the plot and it is likely that not onh SAFE '
motored Wednesday to Fort Myers. ,
Clewiston visiting her sister. Mrs. to Clewiston.Mr. the public may be allowed use of
I August Oberhaus is spending I >
Roy Alston. I the tract as a picnic ground. It -
month in Mobile, Ala., where he =-
and Mrs. Leslie Miller are I : will make a most attractive park .rI I

Mrs. Annie Moran of Milledgeville leaving tomorrow for a month's went for'medical treatment.J. I area. -- -=
N. Minims and children, Marie, -
arrived this week fora
Georgia, cation with relatives in \ va-\\
I visit with her son Jay",'. Moran, Florida. Mr. and Mrs. W' F. Cecil and James spent several days
last week in Live Oak on business. Hyacinth Conveyor
Inn Apartments.Mr. .
I at the Clewiston land and Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Mrs. Theodore Yeomans, Mrs.
I -- Richards will occupy the Miller
Mrs. J. M. Rudd Now Working Here
and Mrs. Josiah Ferris of residence during their absence. Ernest Davidson,

Washington, D. C. left Thursday and Miss Frances Turner motored

after spending a few weeks on busi- Mrs. W. B. Cate returnedto Saturday to Fort Myers.Mr. .
Mr. and Haven Democrat).
(From Moore
and Mrs. Henry E. Randall
ness in.. Clewiston. Clewiston' last Saturday to spend of Citrus Center visited Saturdaywith I The U. S. Engineers new hya- but PROFITABLE

the.winter. Mr. Cate has been in brought into the
I, her Mr. and Mrs. cinth conveyor,
B. E. Herring, who is attending Asheville, N. C., through the sum- parents', Lake a few weeks ago and tried -here are several safe places for
Matusiak. I
summer ,school at the Universityof mer and Mrs. Cate has visited Frank of Cleveland out first in the Palm Beach Canal, "your savings..in a safe depositbox
Mils Zelma Cleveland -
Florida, spent the week-end at friends and relatives in Jasper ,and LaBellefor was brought to :Moore Haven the I in government bonds, Invested
i in
Fla., has arrived
his home here. other North Florida cities. first of this week and is being operated here, etc. The principal differenceis
.....: a visit with Miss Marguerite
-- that HERE savings
in the levee canal with only your earn a

Mrs. Dave Alston is spendingthis Mrs. B. M. ,Nail, Miss Cloyce Johnson.H. fair results. Some changes arc generous profit for you... because
week in LaBelle at the Alston Nail of Lake- W''. Tyler, jr., arrived Monday work and
Nail and Wilma Faye planned in the machine shortly, it they constantly profitably,

, Drug Store, relieving Wade Cartee land were week-end guests of Mr. from Tallahassee for a visit is understood, to increase its olfi- amply secured by many homes.
with his parents, the Rev. and
who is away on vacation. and Mrs. C. E. Nail. The visitors
Mrs. H. W. Tyler. ciency.
spent Sunday in Canal Point visiting machine is really nothing
Mrs. Wibb Whidden and child- The Federal
B. Thomas and daughter, Nail and Clewiston
Mrs. G. ; Mr. and Mrs. S. A. upon which the
except a conveyor
Mary Louise, have returned froma returned to Lakeland Monday.Rev. ren of Arcadia are visiting her moved on an endles-
in sister Mrs. W. H. Poole and Mr. hyacinths are and Loan
visit with relatives Safety
Savings
0- on the shore.
Poole S belt to be deposited
Harbor. Forest C. Taylor, ministerof is attached to a small I
Davis and The conveyor
Mr. and Mrs. T. V.
i AssociationMEN
the Clewiston Community church of workmer !
barge and a crew
Mrs. A. O. Ward, Miss Mildred who is spending the month of Aug- Mr. and 'Mrs.' Bruce Messer of the hyacinths into the conveyor i

Ward, Mrs. B. N. Dunn and Mrs. ust at the Fort Lauderdale Pres- Naples were the guests Sunday of drag with rakes. A Dodge boa' I!

,ej C. J. Lovvorn were visitors Wednesday byterian Church performed an interesting Mr. and Mrs. Clera Davis.
Miss Auriel Oberhaus of Ortona

inVest Palm Beach. and pretty double wedding Locks visited several days last ..............., ......:..:..:..:I./.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
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ceremony there August 6th. Miss .::-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: : : : ; : : : : : : : A
Viv-
week in Immokalee with Miss
Fred L/ Williamson left Tuesdayfor
Louise Arnold was married to Glen y

Gainesville where he is visit-'I McClure and Miss Naomi McKeown ian Harrelson. =:

ing his daughter, Mrs. R, V. Allison was married to Quentin Stephenson. Clera Davis was a, business visitor y

and Dr. Allison. Saturday in Fort Myers. y :?
Mrs. Oberhaus Mrs. W y t
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MRS. I',PAFFORD WINS HIGH August Credit Is Good
::
Emmett Shelley left Saturday fora PRIZE AT EIRIDGE PARTY Paul Waters and Mrs. J. D. Stennis: : Your ..

two weeks' vacation. He is were visitors Tuesday in Fort M '-
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spending part of his time visitinghis Mrs. I. M. Pafford won a hand- ers. ::: Wear a NEW Tailored Individual
mother at Cuthbert, Ga. The Rev. A. M. Glisson, his :_
made luncheon set as high score Suit While You Pay :
daughter, Margaret and Miss Ella 5.:: Measure
the
prize at home of Mrs. Leslie
Mr-and Mrs. C. H. Miller and Carson made a trip Friday to Ar- :
Miller Wednesday afternoon when the Lake's Old ;:
children returned to their home! Mrs. Miller was hostess to tho cadia. *_ A postcard will bring *
in Tampa.Tuesday after visiting Mrs. Dave Alston of Clewiston i is::: Representative ,
bridge club. Mrs. Tom Shelleywon ::: Dependable Tailor
relieving Wade Caitee at the La-
with Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Miller. a set of bath cloths as low
:
Belle drug store during his vacation -
score and Mrs. W. F. Simpson, em- CHAS E. LEAR .
which is two weeks.
T. B. left
Shelley Wednesday
Y
broidered pillow cases for cut prize.A ..
by plane from Miami for Nassau, Mrs. Ralph Hendry, her son,,'
6 delicious Fla.
.. dessert course was .' Clewiston :::
Ralph Jr., and Mrs. na'mondH1endry ,
where he few busi- 508
spent a
on Box
days
0 served
Mrs.
by Miller i
to Mrs.

ness, ford, Mrs. Shelley, Mrs Simpson i PaCI -, Fort made a. trip Friday' tc. .:;.:. . . .... ....M. .M.N JMj. .N.N N.N, .N.N.N t N.N..N.N.N..N..N.N N.N..N.N..N..M..N t..:!N..N.:N:.N:N..M....J+,
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3 cups milk S
1 package unflavored ice cream powder
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HERGjA] E 8 drops almond extract
1 cup shredded coconut, toasted
Add milk very gradually to ice
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Joseph McCord WNU Service. ; then add cream and'fla-

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SYNOPSISThe here." The pen hung suspended no joke. I've accepted an invita- for the fireplace where a wood blaze place in freezer. and pack mixtureof
above the paper. Farwell lookedup tion to the Bradys' for dinner to-, crackled cheerily. He spread his crushed ice and salt around can

congregation of the Old White Church into his son's face. "I meantto morrow night. It's Lee's birthday." feet well apart, thrust'his hands (use 8 parts ice to 1 part salt).
In Locust Hill turns out in full force to look tell you before, Dale, and. it Pink emitted a low whistle. under the skirt of his coat and Turn slowly for 3 minutes, then
over the new preacher Dr. Jonathan Far- slipped my mind. We are having "Say! That does sort of put you beamed upon his host. rapidly. When thick, but not hard
among
well, and there is much speculation add toasted ;
continue
coconut and
the communicants as to what sort of man he guests for dinner Thursday." on a spot. Well, it's what you get "This is what I call real com- I
will be. Cassius Brady, treasurer of the "You don't mean Not to- for two-timing. I'm sorry. No kid- fort, Doctor! Radiators may be all I freezing. Makes 1% quarts.
Farwell for
the church post, bad after recommended hearing his baccalaureate Dr. sermon morrow!" ding. The dominie's lookin' for you right, but I like to soak heat into
at the graduation of Dale Farwell. his "Yes. Tomorrow. I hope you to be here, I take it." my back. Always did." Gay Kitchen Meansa

Lenora son, who Interests is a geologist.Dale, who Brady's lives alone daughter with have no other engagement." The "He just told me so. But I can't- Evelyn' dropped into a chair and
his father. Dr. Farwell meets the mem- minister's eyes wandered back to now," Dale answered. engaged Doctor Farwell in a direct Gay Housewife!
bers of his congregation personally, accepts his. unfinished page. "Wait a minute, kid. You can't conversation that gave him scant
their the tributes banker's, but family refuses, the to Marblestones be impressedby "But I have! I'm Who are go and let him down like that. It's opportunity to devote attention to

whose daughter Evelyn obviously sets her your guests, Father?" the first party he's throwed here. her parents. Dale's entrance and

town cap for are Dale.curious Meanwhile about the the mystery women of of the the "Mr. Marblestone and his familyare Don't walk out on him. That Brady quiet greeting to the guests fur-
Farwell's wcCmanless: housekeeping. In the dining here with us." A slight gal seems like a nice little sport. nished tfce first diversion.

privacy of his room Dale has enshrined in a emphasis on the last word. Go tell her what you're up against.She'll "I was beginning to be afraid you ,)
inscribed
picture childish of lettering a beautiful"Elaine.woman" The Marble- "Oh!" see it your way." weren't here," Evelyn suggested to

stones invite the Farwclls to dinner with "I wished to pay that one obliga- Dale strolled into the lower hall him, under cover of the general

Cassius Brady.Dale. At He the tells dinner her he Evelyn has only monopolizes tion while I was sure you would be and paused irresolutely near the talk. "I didn't like to ask."

one friend in Locust Hill, and she is Lee in town." The pen crossed out an telephone. Pink was right, he con- "Of course I was here. It took J
Brady. Constable Kerney is perturbed by undesired word. cluded moodily. .After all, it wouldbe me longer to dress than I expected.

the looking arrival little on man the and train shadows of a him.suspicious-He is "That does put me in a jam!" best to tell her. Dale rather Wanted to look my best." He mus- ir

further mystified when the stranger goesto .Dale exclaimed in frank'dismay.. hoped she would refuse to accept tered a smile as he said it.
the parsonage. There the newcomer is "It's rather late to ." such an eleventh-hour excuse. Then Pink aided the situation by appearing -
and
warmly greeted as "Pink" Mulgrew
takes up his duties as housekeeper addingto "Yes," his father agreed. "Quitetoo he could submit the matter to his at the moment to announcein
the town's speculation. Dale calls on the late to recall our invitation. father again.Reluctantly. a sepulchral voice:

Bradys.honor Evelyn of Dale Marblestone and is obviously gives annoyedat a partyin Your place, of course, is at our ta- I he dialed the Brady. "Dinner is served Doctor Far- }

his marked attentions to Lee. Later historical .. ,. -- ..,,,... -well."
Dale takes Lee for a drive around
Despite his low Dale
own :spirits,
spots in which he has a student'sinterest
and he confides in her his ideal of found himself suddenly sharing' the
Elaine his mother who died when he was I butler's anxiety that everything be
barely more than a baby and who is still
accomplished in due form and hast-
deeply mourned by his father. Lee is i
sympathetic. ened to post, himself, behind Mrs.
Marblestone's chair.

Doctor Farwell said grace to Mar-
CHAPTER VContinued"Well 4 blestone's very evident relief. In 0

the intense silence that followed, !

why not? Lee, since I have Pink commenced serving the bouil-
become older I think I'm beginningto lon. All the guests seemed to fall Pattern 1783

understand what she must have == under the spell of the butler, as if Brighten your kitchen and lighten -
meant to him. What it meant when : j uncertain what to make of the nov- your tasks with decorative tow- I

he lost her. I can talk about it to elty. EVelyn was the first to recover els. Use up scraps for the ap
you. I've never tried to tell any- flower
plique, pots-or do the en-
body before. Never spoke of it to "Your table is lovely, Doctor," tire motifs in plain embroidery. I
Pink even. And I know him better she said to her host. "Those flowersare Pattern 1783 contains a transfer I

than anybody. But I never found gorgeous. Someone here has pattern of 6 motifs averaging 5&
anyone who I thought would under- wonderful taste. Don't you thinkso
by 9% inches and pattern piecefor
stand. Until now." I think it's be- Mother?" Evelyn was regarding applique; illustrations of

cause of your mother," he decided. Dale with a smile as she asked the stitches; materials required.
"Would you mind if I tried to tell question. Mrs. Marblestone was
Send 15 cents in stamps or coins
you something?" r preoccupied with a study of the sil-] (coins preferred) for this patternto
"
"Of not Dale. ver that flanked-
course her place impres-
The Sewing Circle, Needlecraft
"It's a queer thing-" he frowned ; sively. She offered no comment:
Dept., 82 Eighth Ave., New York
thoughtfully, staring away again The first course succeeded in loos- City.
into the distance-"I doubt if a boy ening the. banker's tongue. The
Please write your name, ad-
ever grew up with more beautiful Yorkshire pudding had its particular dress and pattern number plainly.
ideals of a mother he couldn't re s appeal. '
member. Father did it all. I'm r "I don't remember ever eating

not sure I can make this clear. Butit anything just like that, Doctor," he Two Voices

must have been almost a passion insisted happily over a second portion Conscience is the voice of the

with him. To be sure that I loved "Do you mean to tell me that soul; passions are the voice of the

my mother. He wanted me to believe your man cooked this dinner? body. Is it astonishing that these
that she was beautiful and "Of course not, Dale. Where did you pick him up?" two languages are often contradic-

perfect. ''It wasn't difficult to makeme ble. Please be good enough to arrange number. A familiar voice answered. "Mulgrew was injured serving tory?-Rousse a u.

understand that she was beau- it that way.". "Say, Lee : I'm up againstit. overseas. He has been with me almost ]-
tiful. I have two pictures of her. I from the time he recovered."
Farwell was writing again. The He blurted it out with no pre- "
But the beauty of her character was incident appeared to be closed. amble.C"Father has just told me "That reminds me. Marblestone f1.
built for father. It looked curiously at his ,host.; "Someone MovE
by
me grew Dale turned on his heel without a he is entertaining company for din-
into something very near idolatry.Can word and sought his own room. With ner tomorrow night. He expects me was telling me the 'other day' @

you understand at all what I'm the door closed behind him, he stood to.be on hand, of course and ." that you were in the army yourself. SNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
Funny I hadn't heard it before. Is
trying to" express? staring out the window in helpless "But you must, Dale. If your father that correct?" J
"Yes. "
wrath. needs
"That's the it all the you. "I was, for a time. Mrs. Marble- I Get rid of WORMS in childrenor
- way was Thursday. Lee's'twentieth birth- "That's sweet of, you. I wantedto stone I
may help you to some-
time I was growing up. I don'tmind day. She was having a dinner par- tell you ." thing?" adults. An enormous appe-
telling you I'm glad now. Un- ty. He had been counting the days "I understand. It's quite all The dinner proved distinct, tite, itching of the nose, grind-
consciously, I think, I tried to be a ordeal ing of teeth in sleep eating
almost. And now right. Lee said it very quietly."It to Dale. In spite of his re ,
what Elaine 'would have expected. Lee had been as excited as a little isn't!" Dale exclaimed mis- solves he found his thoughts stray- dirt or clay are symptoms that

Please don't get the idea that I've kid when she told him about the erably. "I may be a little late, ing continually to that other table' may indicate worms. The best

been morally perfect. But I'd rather party: but. ." where he should have been a guestat medicine to drive them out is

like to have you know I've never "It's going to be ever so informal, "I understand," Lee repeated. the moment. Lee's eager little Dr. Peery's "Dead Shot" Ver-

done anything I'm particularlyashamed Dale. Just some of the crowd I "Good-by." She hung up. face and laughing dark eyes haunted mifuge. 50c a bottle at drug-

of. I can thank father for grew up with. And you." Dale slowly replaced the receiveras him. She had said it was all gists or Wright's Pill Co., 100

that-and plenty of other things." "It's mighty nice of you to includeme he heard the click at the other right. But was it? Would 'it be? Gold St., New York, N. Y.

Almost no words were spoken on ," had been his grateful reply. end of the line. He said one word He must see her as soon as possi-
the homeward trip. Dale sat "Wild horses couldn't keep me under his breath. ble. Try to make her understandthis

wrapped in thought. Lee devoted away. You know, something tells Pink Mulgrew outdid himself to wasn't his fault. SMALL SIZE LARGE 20ZE
herself to driving, making as much me it's going to be the nicest partyI i make that first formal dinner at "Do you play?" asked Evelyn of 60c s $ .

speed as the road and traffic per- ever went to." I the parsonage "something special Dale after dinner. c
mitted. "Nonsense! You're getting your swell." "No indeed." "- V

Later, Dale called attention to the expectations raised too high." "I got an idea," he said affablyto "Then your father's the musician.
soaring arch of the Bayonne Bridge "Aren't you going to have ice Dale, "these swells wouldn't mind Isn't he?" QgAro

with its twinkling lamps spanningthe cream?" showin' me up if I give 'em a Dale hesitated. This situation fit- Brings Blessed' Relief I
purple murk. "Maybe." chance. You said you ate at their ted exactly into the intolerable eve- from aches and pains of

"Looks like a rainbow going home "And you're going to be there. So shack once. Who waited on table?" ning. He had done his best to con- RHEUI1ATISMNEURITIS

late," he observed.Lee it will be the nicest." "A maid passed the things." ceal any display of resentment, but and LUMBAGO

smiled and made "I wonder ." Lee had flashed "I hoped you'd say that. I learned he was aware of the displeasurethat Try a bottle Why Suffer?
no reply.
Nothing more was said until the him a little smile and .left that sen- to deal.'em off the arm a long time I would be roused if he answered 1.T' I/Q.c1.I..j.1'Hllq( 1i:.] U' ;1
in the affirmative.
tence unfinished. ago. But when I was in Chi last
car neared the "I'm i
parsonage. insisted.
"Doesn't he ?
going to let you out here," Lee ex How could he tell her at almost time I went and bought me a book I play Evelyn WNU-7 3338WATCH

plained. Then, when Dale alightedand the last minute he wasn't coming to on how to buttle. Gives the whole It out
"Why-sometimes.
turned to speak she checked the wonderful party? Hanged if he works. I've been wantin' to try it was
would! It wasn't fair. out." :.
him. I now.Evelyn
turned in triumph to her
Dale turned with clenched fist
"I know what you're going to say. a host. "There now, Doctor! I was
and scowled at the Pink's white coat starchedto
punching bag was "
Please let me thank you instead. sure. Please play for me. '
hanging near by. That would help. such a degree that it creaked
Good night. "I am a very indifferent performer -
Too childish. And noisv. pleasantly when its wearer received "
-
Miss Marblestone. Farwell'svoice
Instead, he st ikd'downstairs the Marblestones at the front low. "I should much S
was pre-
'J/ CHAPTER VI and into the kitchen where his spir- door and relieved them of. their fer listening to you. Allow me .",

its were not lightened at the sightof wraps.. "Oh, I wouldn't dream of it!
Jonathan Farwell sat at his study Pink polishing the best silver. Pink's dignified mien left nothingto Mamma will tell you I haven't You can depend on the special -
table. Under his right hand lay a "Hi, kid." be desired, albeit he narrowly touched our piano in ages. Please,
the merchants ot
pile of loose sheets. His stub pen "Look here. What's all this about repressed a whistle of admiration Doctor." sales

was traversing one after the otherin I company for dinner tomorrow when he assisted the younger wom- (TO BE CONTINUED our town announce in the

relentless fashion, like a plough night?" an out of her long coat and found columns this paper.They
moving at high speed across white "You mean that Quarry out- I himself staring at a generous display Co-operative BankingThe
fields. As each page was finished, fit?" of white spinal column. idea of co-operative bankingwas mean money saving to our

it was thrust aside and the pen continued "Marblestones." Sarah Marblestone rustled in ebony conceived by Herman Schulze-I readers. It always pays to

its drive. So were the cler=; "I never can remember that mon- silk and jet, as if a Sunday Delitzsch and was first put into patronize the merchants
gyman's sermons drafted. To the iker. They're comin'. That's all I service were in prospect. Even practice in 1849 at Eilenburg, Prus-
final word. know. Except the dominie told me Henry had entered into the spirit of sia. It grew out of his efforts' to who advertise. They are

There was a sudden pause as the to try and dish up somethin' spe- formality and had donned a tail I rescue a number of carpenters and not afraid of their mer-

worker lifted his head at the soundof i cial swell. Don't tell me you wasn'tin coat after, his day in the bank. i shoemakers from usury and to ob- ,chandise or their prices. t'v
a step on the stair. on it."- His first move, when he led his tain money for them at fair terms

"Is that you Dale? Please come "I wasn't," Dale snapped. "It's family into the parlor, was to make : upon their joint liability.


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.i SUNDAY 1 OUR COMIC SECTION ,I never mind the .


'! LessonBy trouUov3However day .,

HAROLD L. LUMUQUlS'l.J.. D.Dean Ktjrdl it
I of The Moody Bible Institute
of Chicago. seems -

Western Newspaper Union. I simply look whet d

':I Lesson for August I to night

I o I Snoopie 0 Andthink. about my

HANNAH: GODLY MOTHERHOOD drums. "

". Anq
LESSON TEXT-1 Samuel 1:9.18; 215.
'I ; GOLDEN TEXT":"-Her, children arise up. TN'G BACK IKJ
and call her blessed. Proverbs 31:28. TH' YARD
POOL))

I : "Godly Motherhood" All the o

, power and grace of the infinite God

I. working in and through 'the most c30I
tender and at the same time most r /

II potent human 'relationship-mother WNU Service.
hood! There indeed is the solutionof

I' many of our national and social J
i* I n 'II l fs* '' 'I rS. m
1 problems. For' we agree with the t 67 I

r poet that, man, who regards himselfas

: being mighty, ruling over land .:-.- .- ..*': "-'
W and sea. must defer to a mightier

: power. i ..-.., .. .-
rtrt
,II I I "For the hand that rocks the cradle 3 WW I : su00PIEi
I' Is the hand that rules, the world." I 11 I THIS LOOSE
I Hannah was the mother of Sam- PIG1lITI'1L I Ia

{ uel, who became one of Israel's outstanding >= ours SCHOOLS

leaders-a priest. a' prophet I I HERE IN I

I and "the maker of kings." 'God .! A JIFFY ANNAPOLIS WEST POINT

',' needed a great man, so He chose COAST GUARD ACADEMY

I for him a great mother. Hleh School graduates undergraduates 16 to 23.
Our study for today will be topical! Write Lieut.A.W.Bryan USN(Ret.)Annapolli.
.
Md. Oct. Civil Service exam for appointment
.i!I rather than textual and extended to

related portions in chapters 1 and

2. We consider Hannah as a mother .
/
who was spiritual and sacrificial, iJ&PhiIsSZy5

but at the same time practical in
her daily life and service. YI -- Bar SURE

I.'Spiritual. G0E5S IVI
AuDIN :
Many are the tributes offered :to -t-
mothers, but none has deeper sig- r EK'f WEEK,

nificance than the testimony of- a, FCLK5,1 Stumps the Best of 'Em

boyar girl that their mother has' yG TOWN There are enough unanswerable

led them both by precept and ex- queries in any intelligence test to

ample to have faith in God. Though G / induce a man to say all intelligence -

other advantages may be beyond y / tests are silly.
; the reach of the self- -- 1 1'O'P
most
even Most of
tit the wild daring thingsare
denying mother, this most impor- done
by a humanity distrait
f.ppNCid W. X. U.)
, tant of all benefits she may bring from ennui.
: her children, but only if she herselfis -
Why, the classics are famous,
an earnest and faithful follower
of the Lord. and deservedly so, is because the
who wrote them said
' 1. Hannah trusted God in her hourof chaps the

trial and sorrow (1:10). Althoughher smart things first.

husband was a man of good 5tM WAN7lrEE Except ConditionallyFree

''' qualities, he had followed the custom $ SoMt laoob and democratic people

of his times,and taken a second cSt A / .7IN'li'rl cannot be forced to obey. There'stoo '

I wife. Hannah, childless in the presence ;::: ; 'much wildcat in them.
' of Penninah and her children,
Get a scientific or art hobby and
j in But she knew
was deep sorrow.
pursue it. It will keep you from
'i where to take her burdens: she A '
eternally chasing "a good time"that
brought them to the Lord in prayer
you never come up with.
2. She and effectually -
prayed-fervently
There is no self-confidence like
(1:17, 18, compare James T
that'of the man who thinks he
k 5:16b). Mother's prayers have fol-
can tell a toadstool in the'woods
lowed many a wayward boy and
from a mushroom.
i; girl and brought them back to God.
; When every other influence for good T

I had been swept aside they have
j been unable to forget mother's How Womenin

' prayers. One wonders what will E

I, happen to boys and girls who go out Their 40's

I to face a wicked and bewilderingworld

with the memory of a prayer- R Can Attract MenHero's
less, worldly mother to blight rather

than to bless them. good advice for woman during her
chango (usually from 38 to 62), who team
3. She recognized children as a o tom- she'll lose her appeal to men, who worries
gift of God (1:11), And surely they ) about hot flashes, loss of pep dizzy spells,
: P i t (coM-4, : ; ) upset nerves and moody spells
are. Christian men and women Get more fresh air, 8 hrs.sleep and if you
should protest by both word and '- need a good general system tonic take LydiaE.
,', ', :: r ZTr Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made
deed against the vicious modern :
'. : especially women. It helps Nature build
theory that children are a sort of 0 : up physical resistance, thus helps give more
1 vivacity to enjoy life and assist calming
biological accident to be avoided.
jittery nerves\ and disturbing symptoms that
often accompany change of life. WELL
II. Sacrificial.The '
: WORTH TRYING!

most precious possession a pBy
woman can have is, a child of her
Matter of Taste
own. It was, then, the deepest and
The element of criticism -
greatest
finest sacrifice of a noble mother-
i heart when she C. M. Payne 11'1 vsr is taste.-Sainte Beuve.

i 1. Dedicated her boy to God, even

''I' before his birth (1:11). Yet this l OWNU Bc1lSyodlcatc.- Service, \
act so fine and commendable was
.. m1fi ed eyesby'
in reality only an intelligent recog-
nition of the fact that children
are a '
gift of God. Your children and mine YOU NEEDN'T( LOOK IN THERE YOU MIGHT HAVE neglect; they get red and

belong to God. Let us not standin I'VE ONLY GOT A COUPLE- GUESSED j sore and you let them go. Don't

His way (or their way) as He DOLLARS ON ME/' I'D WANT TO I' do it. Leonardi's Golden Eye

graciously leads them out into serv- BUY S4' Lotion cures soreness without
ice for Him. 'P. .Q SOMETHING/ N. .t ,-- pain in one day. Cools, heals
?< &
2. She kept her promise (1:24-28): <*$ and strengthens.

Many parents have solemnly dedi- LEONARDI'S

cated their children to God before GOLDEN EYE LOTION ,
their birth, and then later the pros-
MAKES WEAK EYES STRONG
pect of separation from them has o .
been too much for the parents, 35C u all Jruggiit
New Large Size with Dropper-SO cents
and the promise to God has been
S.B. Leonard & Co.,New Rochelle, N. T.
thrust aside. The writer has on

many occasions seen young men 'f

and hearted women dismay weep because with mother broken- P r f( \ .

or father has forbidden them to go

to China, Africa, or elsewhere at
God's call. Mother, have you kept 57

your promise to God regarding your Don't Neglect Them I
boy, girl?
your
Nature designed the kidneys to do a
III. Practical. marvelovs job. Their task is to keep the
flowing blood stream free of an excess of
Hannah not only promised her I DID !! toxic impurities. The act of living-lift

boy to God; she made the completion r4O matter itself ia the constantly kidneys must producing remove waste from
of that promise certain. the blood if good health is to endure.
When the kidneys fail to function
at
1. By guiding her boy in the right Nature intended, there is retention of
way (1:24). As a matter of fact, I waste that may cause body-wide dis
tress. One suffer nagging backache,
may
she went with him to the temple. persistent headache,attacks of dizziness,
A mother who "sends" her boy to getting up nights, swelling, puffiness
Sunday b under the eyes-feel tired,nervous, all
school
or church will never worn out.
help him like the mother of whomit Frequent, scanty or burning passages
be may be further evidence of Kidney or
said "she
may brought him bladder disturbance.The .
unto the house of the Lord." ByJ. recognized and proper treatment
2. Is a diuretic medicine i to help the kidnryiget
By for
providing her
boy (2:18, rid of excess poisonous body waste.
Millar Watt
19)). There is no more tender and Use DOG,,'$ Pills. They have bad more
than forty years of public approval.Ar
meaningful story in all literaturethan endorsed the country over. iDOG" on
that of Hannah bringing her ',. Sold at nil drug storIMPROVED .
boy his "little coat." It is still true

that the best "support" a missionary H DOAN SPILLS
' of the Cross
can have is a home OWNU Dell SyndJcat .-WNU S rvlce.
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Father DiesAt and sons, George and Richard, are was established in the Legislature GUARD.-(a) Whenever there shall Constitution to the contrary notwithstanding V i
Principal's I shall In every case be recited upon the be- in the State of Florida a federally (d) The qualification of officers I
spending some time at Miami Beach, Journals of the Senate and of the recognized National Guard the same and soldiers of the Federally
House of Representatives; PROVID- shall be sui generis and subject to Recognized National Guard shall bo
Mississippi Home and report Mr. Bestor as doing j ED, however, no publication of any the lawful orders of the Governor, prescribed In military regulations I
the operation. such law shall be required hereunder who shall be Commander in Chief.b promulgated in accordance with the I
nicely following when such law contains a provision ( ) The National Guard shall be sup- general specifications of the U. S. I
t6 the effect that the same shall not ported and maintained by the State War Department" I
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Jackson E. Herring, 69, died in become operative or effective until
REPAIRS UNDERWAY OX of Florida pursuant to provisions of The votes cast in compliance with
a Jackson, Mississippi hospital Sat- ratified or approved at a referendum law prescribed for organizing, arming said proposed amendments, and the
CHURCH
ST. MARGARET'S election to be called and held in the governing and dlsclpling said National canvass, declarations and returns
urday morning, following an opera- territory affected in accordance witha 'Guard in accordance with the Acts of thereof, shall be subject; to the same
provision therefor contained in such Congress and regulations of the Unit- restrictions
tion performed the previous day. Margaret's regulations and as are
St. church Is bill or provided by general law.A ed States War Department thereunto provided by law for general electionsin
Mr. Herring was the father of I pertaining. (c) Officers of the feder- the State of Florida. i
B. E. Herring principal of the undergoing extensive repairs under JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan ally recognized National Guard, including TESTIMONY WHEREOF, '
Amendment, to Section 2 of ArticleIX '' the Adjutant General, shall IN 1\\
Clewiston' High School. the supervision of Capt. M. M. of the Constitution of Florida Re- be appointed and shall be subject to I have hereunto set my I
lating to Taxation and Finance by hand and affixed the Great
suspension discharge, removal
The deceased was a resident of Prewitt. Adding Thereto a Requirement That pulsory retirement as such solely or com-on (SEAL) Seal of the State of Florida : '
Winona! Mississippi and was promi- Repairs include work on the I the Legislature Shall Provide' for 'the basis of military proficiency, character at Tallahassee, the Cap- 1:
ital, this the 30th day of
Raising Revenue to Defray State Appropriations and service, as determined
according -
nent in church and civic work of D., 1938.R. i
choir loft, roof and on the rectory Made for the Benefit of to army regulations and usages July, A. I ,
his home town for many years, l'the Uniform System of Public Free sanctioned by law, anything in this A. GRAY.
Schools and of the State Institutions Secretary of State.
having served as school trustee and of Higher Learning as a Part of the
as deacon in the Bethlehem Baptist I expenses Therewith.of the State on an EqualIty ------

X o'I'iGI
Church. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE ,
held in Notice is hereby given that the undersigned OF THE STATE OF FLOR-
Funeral services were by virtue of a Final De- IDA: That the following amendmentof .9ts about time
,Winona, with the Rev. Hickman, cree entered on the 17th day of'Aug- Section 2 of Article IX of the Con ta ,
\ -i-k inoo b' the Ilonorabie stitution of Florida relating to tax-
pastor of the First Baptist Church I ustN.;,T A.Harrison/, Judge (;t the Circuit ation and finance be and the same is
conducting the service. Interment Court in and for Hendry County, hereby agreed to and shall be sub- temindyou
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Florida in that certain cause wherein mitted to the qualified electors of the '
followed in the Bethlehem cemetery.The IwvFST* ararr
A. L. Taylor is Complainant and I State of Florida for ratification or O
deceased is survived by his Carl E. Royer is defendant I will as rejection I at the next ensuing general aL ZG9
Special Master appointed in said 'election to be held in November, 1938.
widow, Mrs. Emma Herring, four final decree on the 5th day of Sept- That is to say that Section 2 of ArticleIX
sons, Maurice F. Herring, super- ember 'A. D. 1938, during the legal of the Constitution of Florida be :
sell to the highestand and the is amended jlOU
,
vising principal of schools in Utica, hours of sale same hereby so sooo. .
best bidder for cash at the front as to read as follows:
Mississippi, Howard P. Herring, of door of the Court House in the City "Section 2. The Legislature shall
of LaBelle. Florida the following provide for raising revenue to defraythe
Her-
Indianola Miss. Bernard E.
described property being and locatedin expenses of the State includingstate
ring, principal of Clewiston High the City of LaBelle Florida. to-wit appropriations for the benefitof
All the Stock and fixtures in the the uniform system of public free
School, Arnold T. Herring, of Win Drug Store known as Royer's Cut schools provided in accordance with afford 1
ona, Mrs. A. B. Blass, wife of Rate Store, situated In the Forrey Article XII of the Constitution, and can't to: procrastinate:
Building, LaBelle Florida. of the State Institutions of Higher I I
supervising principal of Waynesboro, Said sale being made to satisy the Learning, for each fiscal year, and alsoa much longer in starting: : to save a I
Mississippi schools, Miss Aleene terms of said final decree.J. sufficent sum to pay the principle
Herring, teacher in Okolona, Mississippi M. COUSE. I I and interest of the" existing Indebted- portion: of your i income.and invest 1
Master ness of the State.
Special '
schools, and Miss Julia Her- LOUIS O. GRAVELY I aE 0 it wisely... during your productive { i
A
ring, who is a student at Mississippi Solicitor for Complainant an Amendment JOINT RESOLUTION to Article XIV Proposing of the Q\\: O% The slogan/"Save and Hav ",
years.
State College for Women. Aug. 19, 26 Sept.. 2. Constitution of Florida Relating to .

Also surviving are four grandsonsand an the Additional State :Militia Section by Adding Specially Thereto applicable sPV, \t% may be old-fashioned, but the: sensible -

three granddaughters.All to the Federally Recognized \s that follow the
members of the immediate NOTICE OP ELECTION Troops Known as the Florida National COUN people : it: are :

family, except B. E. Herring, at- CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS BE Guard.IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE P is A % happy ones you meet. We'll gladly

tended the funeral services. Mr. under WHEREAS the Constitution the legislature of 1885 of of 1937 the : That OF the THE following STATE amendmentto OF FLORIDA \.I. ......\).. help you with: our time-tried, safe
Herring who recently returned froma State of Florida, did pass four Joint Article XIV of the Constitution of t'
Resolutions proposing amendments to Florida relating to the State Militiaby and profitable savings plans.
visit with his parents, is attend- the Constitution of the State of Flor- adding thereto an additional Section -
ing summer school at the Universityof ida, and the same were agreed to bya to be known as Section 5 of said
vote of three fifths of all the mem-
:Article XIV specially
applicable to
Flo'r
da. Clewiston residents bers elected to each house; that the 'the federally'
recognized State troops
join in extending sympathy to the votes on said Joint Resolutions were known as the National Guard is hereby Clewiston Federal Savingsand
entered upon their respective Journals
bereaved family. agreed to and shall be submittedto
with the yeas and nays thereon and the electors of the State of Florida
they did determine and direct that for ratification
or rejection at the
Loan Association
the said Joint Resolutions be submittedto
next General Election
to be held in
Drill Boat Leased the electors of the State at the 1938 as follows:
General Election in November 1938. "Section 5. FLORIDA NATIONAL
NOW THEREFORE I, R. A. Gray,
For East Shore Work Secretary of State of the State of
Florida, do hereby give notice that a I INNI..NNN. .u.u..u._ ___.___._.....,.,_,_..,.,,.,,.,,............... ... A A..A ....... ....... .... ........ ... ... ... ... .... ............. ....... ................. .... .............,
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ELECTION NN. .NNNN. .NNNNMNNNIIM. . . .. .. .. NNNMNNNNN. .
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The drill boat, "Quiucy" has Tuesday next succeeding the first :;:::: :;::;:
Monday In November, A. D. 1938, the I .i.'i. .:..:.
been leased by the U., S. Engineersfrom said Tuesday being the .." :.. -....:.
the Standard Dredging Com- EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBERfor : :

pany and is scheduled to leave said the Joint ratification Resolutions or rejection proposing of the I i; i You N ee d.I!

Jacknonville Saturday and arrive In amendments to the Constitution of the

the Lake sometime next week to State A JOINT of Florida RESOLUTION viz: Proposingthe I :::::: :i::;:

be used for some blasting work on Amendment of Section 7 of ArticleX
the maintenance levee of the Constitution. Relating to the :::!: 44I::::
repair on
Exemption of Homesteads from Tax-
the East shore. ation. I I."i.

The dredge "Welatka" is work- BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- ThisNewspaper A.:!
LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLOR-
ing steadily on the project but IDA: That the following amendmentof l I
Section 7 of Article X of the Con-
has
been unable to make'a great .
stitution of the State of Florida relating .
deal of headway due to the fact to the exemption of homesteadsfrom :!:::: :ii:::
that taxation, be, and the same is
most of the has been
dredging
I hereby, agreed to, and shall be sub I ....?.. ......
done in solid rock. This rock must I, mitted to the electors of the State .,2is" We need the people I of this section as readers and I .:..:.
at the General Election of Representa- I
be
,dynamited to make it practicalto
,
atives in 1938, for approval or rejec- I
handle by the hydraulic dredge. tion; that is to say, that the said :::: patrons but honestly friends don't think need ::::
The' dredge has recently been mov- Section 7 of Article X of the Con- you you (;)
stitution be amended so as to read as -

of ed the from Pahokee to the north end follows Every: person who has the ,legal titleor :!::: us, also ? You have the best of it, we confess that, for :::
project at Port Myacca. .
beneficial title in equity to real ..... ...:.

.property thereon in this and in State good and faith who makes resides ** you can get along without us and- we cannot get along :::_!:

New Office Building the same his or her/ permanent home,

or others the legally permanent or naturally home of another dependentupon or i without you. We know that you CAN get along with- : .

Ready In October said person, shall be entitled to -
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an exemption from all taxation, exceptfor : '
assessments for special benefits, :::::: out us, so therefore we are going to try to fix it so you ::::::
up to the assessed valuation of Five .!..:. .:..:.
;'1 The new office building being Thousand Dollars on the said home ....:. .....
rand contiguous real property as, defined +.:. will nee d.:..:.
constructed on the government res- in Article 10, Section 1, of the ? ??
ervation near the hurricane gate Constitution for the year 1939 and Y
thereafter. Said title may be held by ::.:::: :.:::;.:

by tractors Chalker of and West Lund, Palm, general Beach con-is the with entireties others and jointly said, exemption or in common may :!.::::: OUR business is to give YOU the news-to collect :.!:::

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be apportioned' among such of the .i.

erable progressing portion rapidly of the and framework a consid-of owners respective such as shall interests reside shall thereon appear as ,their but I ::_::: items of interest, write them, put them in type arid. print ::::
no exemption of than Five
more
: :
the building is completed. ." ....
Thousand Dollars shall be allowed to
Carawan Nelson, in charge of any one person or any one dwelling :!:::: them and deliver them to you. We try also to EXPLAIN :!::;:
house, nor shall the amount of the :
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the Engineer sub-office here, stat- ''
exemption allowed any person 'exceed :
ed Wednesday that it was hoped ,the proportionate assessed valuation :i::: the news to point out the meaning of occur :::::
based on the interest owned by such
that it would be possible to move person. The Legislature may prescribe YY t YY

sometime the offices in into October.the ,new building appropriate lating the manner and reasonable of establishing laws regu-the :::!: 'ences, and to give you our opinion on them, leaving it :!::;:

right to said 'exemption. t ?
:The Engineer offices have been decide who and what is It takes WORK '
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan :::: to you to right. ::::
located since the of
beginning the
Amendment to Section 21 of Article
Okeechobee projects, in a wing of '3 of the Constitution of the State of :::: ::::
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be. for therefore
the Administration Florida Relating to the Publication of I *, to do this, and the work ought to paid ;
Building. !Notice of Intention to Pass Local or ... .:....

Native 'Special BE IT Laws.RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS-_ :::: we ask for your CASH subscriptions. :;::: '

50nContinued. LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLOR- J ..
IDA: That the following amendmentto :"i. .;.+.
Section 21 of Article 3 of the Con- :.i'I::.: .;:..':.
stitution of the State of Florida as i
( from page 1) amended at the general election in :!::: In the schools and churches there are things you :::;:
'1928 be, and the same is hereby -agreedto .:.... .....
on Lake Okeechobee. The family and shall be submitted for ratification :

later moved to Moore Haven where electors or of rejection the State of by Florida the qualified voting ** want to know about; things that happen in the town hall :::i:

they lived a few months and later 'it the general election to be meld in YY YY

moved to Wauchula to make their November that Section, A. D.21 1938 of Article; that is 3 to of say the, I :::;: that are YOUR concern and that you should know :!::!:

home. Here B. F. was raised and Constitution of the State' of Florida I .:..!. \ .:....

learned his baseball, in one of the shall follows be: amended so as to read as :;:: ; :!::;:

most baseball-conscious towns of Section 21. In all cases enumerated I government: :

South Florida. in the preceding Section all laws I :::: '
shall be general and of uniform operation I )
throughout the State but in all : YY....
LII1KAUY 1S131XG KEPT cases not enumerated or excepted in '' :

..- OPEN BY MSS GKANTIIAM special that Section or' local, the Legislature laws, except may as pass now :i_::_;: best get to you through the newspaper.. ':::;:

or hereafter otherwise provided in the y yy

Miss Eva school Grantham librarian has under been the appointed shall local Constitution or any special local; or PROVIDED bill special shall law be passed establishing that, nor nc- :;::;: We ask CO-OPERATION WE WANT TO :;::;:

or abolishing municipalities, or .ii". .:..:.
WIPA
project which permits this : : :
work and the library is now being diction providing and for powers their government, or altering, juris-or :!::;: GIVE IT WE WANT TO RECEIVE IT. We offer :;::::

kept 'open every day in the week amending notice of the intention same, to be apply passed therefor unless I ?...- .yy....

except Sunday for seven hours each shall ner provided have been by published law where In the the matter man- I :;::I;: it, and shall be happy to receive it. :!:::::

day. or thing to be affected- may be situated I .:... .:...
which notice shall be published I
IJKSTOIl UNDERGOES- OPERATION in the manner provided by law at :t: /i--: ; ::::
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least thirty days prior to introduction I .:.... ....1N .
into the Legislature of any such bill. Th Publishers :' :
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