The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 9, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00699
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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CONSTRUCTION WORK A. W. L WR-ENCEIS--i I Reports Favorable For-,Hendry County\ Schools i

New School


i Open Monday Full
I Charles E. Miner, Clewis ton ;

STARTED THIS WEEKE. OF KIWANIS CLUBAt school board member stated this I I

I week that considerable correspondence -
had been received from the Eight Months Assured I

'\V.Vester, superintendentfor the regular meeting of the I PWA office relative to details on I -

the Okeechobee Construction Kiwanis Club at the Clewiston Inn I the new, Clewiston High School -

Company, contractors on Clewiston'snew Wednesday evening, A. W. Lawrence building and that the project was FACULTY IS COMPLETE AND
Contest EndsIn
,wharf being built by the Okee- was elected to serve as pres- now under active consideration by I I RECORD ATTENDANCEIS

chobee Flood Control District, arrived ident of the organization during the PWA. EXPECTEDThe
Tie For First Place!
in Clewiston the first of the I the year 1939. He will succeed W. He feels that Clewiston will be I ; -

week and began work on the struc- W. Perry whose term as president in line for early approval of the T i four months vacation periodfor

ture immediately. One bent, of piling -r expires December 31. project having already voted bonds I The fishing contest which has; Clewiston school children is
I I to take);: care of the loan which is
was in place by noon Wednes Mr. Lawrence served as presi- the drawing rapidly to a close and Mon-
sought from the PWA. Final validation been running through summer'sponsored !
dent during the year 1936 and the day morning a new term of school
day.Mr.. Wester brought in his pile- record he made that year as headof I details of these bonds were by the Clewiston Supply ;, will begin here and 'in all Hendry
the taken care of this week by the Company, ended last Saturday night: '
driver on a truck and his own experienced organization causes members -, county communities.
is of the club to feel that they.I school board. with Gratton !
crew of workmen and George and Pat Mc- Opening day
I assembly will be
confident that the en(ire structure have made a wise choice for 1939. I I Gehee tied for first place. As I held in the auditorium at 9:00 and I
will be completed in less than ten R. N. Smith was elected \'ice-I all
IICLEWISTON Gratton's fish was the first one are cordially invitedto
I n days. Upon completion of the wharf presjdent. I DEFEATS attend. Prof. B. E. Herring has I
\t.JI here the crew 'will 'move to Moore Members of the new (board of caught it was finally decided that I invited all the' 'ministers of the

Haven to build a similar wharf trustees are as follows: A. Wj. :' he should take first place and that various Clewiston I

there and later to Okeechobee for Sias, F. oTaylor, I. M. Pafford, I PAHOKEE 5-2 HERE second should go to Pat. Both bass )I ticipate in the program churches which to lack par-
R. M. 'Bishop, E. M. Cornette
the third structure.The .
weighed exactly eight pounds andtwelve of auditorium space will necessar- -
Clewiston wharf is locatedon W. Ezelle and J. F. Tippey. .J'j I
ily make brief.
SUNDAY AFTERNOONA ounces 011 the store scales. The new faculty
the Industrial Canal just a few I Ezelle and Mr. Tippey are hOldOV-1 members will be introduced
feet north of the present municipal i' er members. The board Billy Perry placed\ third in the. this, program. during

wharf below the old Clewiston Inn soon and appoint a contest with a bass weighing eight
I secretartr.as'I heavy of Prof. Herring has been hard at I
downpour rain here
site. It will be, seventy-six feet in urer for the new pounds and one ounce. '
length and sixteen feet in width The election of officers was practically Sunday afternoon interrupted a hot work throughout this .week enrolling I'
More than a hundred fishermen,
high school students and
and connected to the bank by a the only business conductedat baseball game between Pahokeeand help-
the most of them local, were enteredin ing them to decide on courses in i
meeting although there
wide ramp. One section to accom- was game
'I Clewis
ton but when the
order that the school
odate large boats, will be built some discussion of an inter-club the contest, the only entry requirement year may
approximately seven feet from the meeting for all civic clubs around was called Clewiston was leading being the purchase of a' start off as smoothly as possibleand

average water line and the other the lake to be held in Clewiston II 5-2 and more than half of the game dollar's worth of tackle. All prizes -, a minimum of time be lost

/ section, for smaller boats, will be the latter part. of this. month. had been played. "were tackle assortments during the opening week in enroll-
ments. School will be closed at noon I
about four feet above the water. I "Hooky" Avant, ace Clewiston
the first day, no .class work be- i
An easy inclined ramp will connect moundsman, was struck on the
the two sections. HARLEM NEGRO IS shoulder his first time at bat bya WOMAN JAILED FORHARLEMSTABBING ing scheduled. Some books may be \
distributed but it is not expected :
Extra heavy timbers are being I' pitched ball and while the injury
that each pupil will have his books j i iI
used on the substructure and both bothered his control to some ex-
assigned before Tuesday. Mr. Her- I
timbers and piling are pre-treated WRITER OF SONGS tent during the remainder of the I
ring estimates the enrollment at i
I with a penetration of creosote treat- I innings played, he still. held the ,
r close to three hundred. !
ment. The decking will be subjected ', Pahokee batters to four safeties..

to the Wollmanizing process which A few weeks ago a negro sugar I Ed Clark, who was knocked out Bertha Mae Jackson, Harlem. The teachers for the term are, j

makes the timber .lel-mite'-proof and I house employee, R Pleasant, jr., in a game a few; weeks ago when negress, is in jail in LaBelle to many of them, new to Clewiston !

practically fireproof. walked into the Harlam Commissary -j a foul ball struck the edge of his await trial in the fall term of but every one of the new teachers !

L.6-- Piling used are between twenty- : and asked William E. Boone, mask''' and caved it in so that the circuit court convening next week, comes with the highest recommen- ;

five'' and thirty feet in length and a clerk in the store' to loan. .him ball struck him in the forehead; for the. fatal stabbing of Will Wallace dations. They are all expected to i
to facilitate driving each one is two dollars on a song "he had vas struck IfT identically the "same" 'from 'the'*"Bear' "' Beach'' camp at arrive, before tomorrow and -a facul-. I

fitted with a steel driving point. written.Mr. fashion in Sunday's .game but was her home in Harlem early Sunday ty meeting has been called for one '

Boone was Hot interested at using a better mask and, the blow morning.The o'clock at the school house.' :,

John Elmore Builds first 'and the negro went on to [ had no serious effect other than Jackson woman, who is understood The faculty for the new year is

explain that he had written several j to knock him down. to have been Wallace's i as follows:

Hooker Point Houses songs during the past eleven ,years: Clewiston batters were more successful -. common-law wife, did not believe First grade, Miss Inez Lammon I

and had sold _two or three to 'residents in gathering safe hits off I'' him to be cut 'seriously' and called of Graceville, Fla.

i of Clewiston, for prices: ranging -i the offerings of Borden, Pahokee another negro. with a car to take Second grade, Miss Alice Stein-
Four small residences are being from two hurler. The hit l him the He lived holtz, of Orlando.
to four dollar Mr. longest was a triple to hospital. onlya
constructed .in Hooker's Point by I Third Kathleen
Boone then asked him ,why he did by Sandy Bell but he was out at i moment after being admitted to grade Mrs.
John Elmore as rental propertiesand not copyright the songs and cell I the plate as he attempted to stretch the hospital. The stabbing occured Wakefield, of Pierson. j

are already well along toward them to some music publisher and I r it to,, a home run. Moore, Bell and I about 4:30' a. m. Fourth grade, Miss Evelyn Bur-
F. George, of Canal .
completion hans of Umatilla.
get the price he should for them. !j[ Hooks all hit for doubles in one The woman was arrested by
Point, is in charge'of the car- i Fifth and sixth grades, Miss Livonia
The negro had probably never i inning. Deputy Sheriff I. S. Bell and Sher-
penter work. Congden, of Alva.
will be two- heard of copyrights but was interested i The local team took a two run iff H. L. Delaney came for her
Three of the houses Junior high, Mrs. Mary Snell.
while the fourth and said that he would hold lead in the first inning and added later in the day and placed her .
room residences Home economics, Miss Mae Whit-
four rooms. All ,will the song and see what he' could !: the other three tallies in the third. in the county jail in LaBelle.A .
will have ten, of 'Sarasota.Junior .
be equipped ,with running water do. Another week or two elapsedand I Pahokee scored both their runs in' coroner's jury was summoned high mathematics, Mrs.

which will be furnished by a well again he came into the commissary I the fourth inninng. by Coroner G. Small and an inquest I Agnes Thomas.

and a windmill yet to be installed. I to show Mr. Boone a letter I The local line-up was as follows' : held shortly after the killing. The I Science and coach, Homer,. Wake-
Each of the houses will have metal I :rom a publishing house which star(: Moore, Ib; Ward, 2b; W. Hooks, jury accepted the doctor's report field, of Pierson. '

roofs and will be attractively painted. id that they were willing, to pay ''ss; Hare, 3b; Bell, If; Roberts, cf; that the negro had come to his I Principal and mathematics instructor -

?60 for the song if it were copy Hawkins, rf; Clark, c; and Avant, death due to hemorrage and shock Prof. B. E. Herring.The .

Mr. Elmore states that he hopes I righted. The copyright coot was p. George Yon and Glen Ethertonwere following the laceration of one ol I building has been thoroughly -

to have the houses ready for occupancy ;11.33. and this time the negro umpires.. the primary arteries. 'The jury way.; cleaned and such minor repairs

by October 1 but delay in was trying to borrow that amount.No composed of C. E. Miner, R. G.I made as necessary to make it rea-

receiving some materials has caus- one in the commissar had New Baptist Pastor George, P. S. Maynard, T. C. Muss: dy for the opening. Mr. Herring

ed a slight delay in construction.Two )11.33 at the time or possibly did grove, I. S. Bell and .J. K. Weaver I states that he feels that a well

of the houses are rented an'} .ot care to take the risk but they To Arrive This Week balanced schedule has been work-

it is* not anticipated that there advised him to borrow the money j School Board Met | cd out and everything points at

will be any difficulty in finding 'rom his friends and sell the song. I ------ this time to a most successful
tenants for the others. Rev. Marshall G. Mines, who has LaBelleThe
Another short period of time Tuesday In ; chool term.
The four houses are- located just "lapsed and this time Pleasant en- been called and has accepted the I Among other changes, forty-five

south of Pouncey's Cash ,Store fac- tered the store joyfully flourishing pastorate of the new Baptist church I Minute periods will be held

ing the highway. r check for $60.00 and a contract here is expected to arrive the latter Hendry County Board of throughout the day: instead \of onlyin
part of this week and to fill Public Instruction met Tuesday evening \ formerly. This
guaranteeing him ten per cent the afternoon as
VISITOR IMPRESSED .each copy of the song sold. oil'' the pulpit in the church at both in LaBelle for the regular gives one extra period each day

WITH FISHING HERE The title of the song was: fur- serviced Sunday at 11:00 a. m. and monthly session. which is said to be of special benefit -

otten; but is said to have been 8:00 p. m. Mrs. Annie Frierson was appointed to Junior High students who
of Miami, a
Robert accompanied ; omething'' like "Love In The Moon- Rev. Mines has conducted ser- a trustee in District No.5, 10 will have one more study hall A
week-end visitor here, 1'ght.: Pleasant has no education vices at the church here twice since fill a vacancy there. Miss Kathryn 15-minute physical education period

by Harry Turner, fished Island Sunday reef and off I end says that he "just picked up" its organization and has made Rogers was elected as elementary I v/111 be offered to each boy in the

the Observation his knowledge of' music. It is rum- many friends on his previous visits teacher for the LaBelle schools., I school: twice a week under the
in a nice string of bass, .
brought ored that he has written and sold I"who will be glad to welcome him Salaries of janitors were fixed i rigid supervision of Coach Wake-;:
of which weighed more ,
the largest ,"ne song since this one. and his family as residents of Clew-ias I follows: Clewiston $90.00 per field. These special periods will
than eight pounds. -_ iston. He has served as pastor of month; LaBelle elementry $60 and come at a time when the girls are
bass altogether -
They caught seven and while this DK. DAME CONDUCTS the Delray Beach church' for the high school $65, Felda, 5000. DUi )Laving home economics laboratory
all of good size, '
b er, catch for Mi\ PRE-SCHOOL CLINIC past year, is a graduate of Stetson drivers were also appointed. J. A. periods. ,The boys will be divided
'-"' was a small day's University and of the Baptist Seminary McGehee, jr., to .serve as driverof into three groups: those In the
Robenblooiu was very
Turner enthusiastic, and promises to 'return Dr. Lelancl H. Dame, district in Louisville, Ky. He is a the Clewiston bus. A Mr. Crosby -/ 10, 11 and 12th grades will be in, j

for more health officer for the State Boardof young man, married, with two small was selected to drive the cue group, those in the 8th and 9th
every Health from West Palm Beach, children. The house formerly oc- Brown's Mill bus from LaBelle but cue group and the 7th in a third
of the sport.STATEMENT. was in Clewiston yesterday for the cupied by Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Woodward will be hired only from month to group. Special team coaching will ,

< ISSUED BY I I purpose of conducting a pre-school I on Ventura Street has been month as the length of the sawmill ce carried on after school hours.

CLEWISTON P.T. A. clinic for children from six months rented by the' church as a tempo- reason cannot be estimated. All pupils registering this week

to six years of age. I rary home for the pastor and his There was considerable discussion have Deemed very pleased with this

The Clewiston Parent-Teachers The clinic was held at the school family. of the advisability of holding arrangement?'
Association wishes to state that it house at 10:30 a. m. and a number Work is going ahead steadily on competitive spelling bees and de-I I Charles E. Miner, Clewiston

has made no arrangements for any of children were given free the church and this week all win- bating between the schools andit member of the school board, assures -

benefit from the operation of any examinations. Shick tests for dip- dows and doors have been installed. is probable that ,the board will patrons that county schools

dance hallPlacards theria, and typhoid toxoid was given Screens will also be in place prob- offer prizes to' stimulate interestin will operate for a full eight-months
indicating such an arrangement to any who wished them. ably before next Sunday's services. this inter-school activity.A term and although it is now tqo

were displayed without The plastering of the inside and new law requires the monthly late to do anything about continu-

the knowledge or consent of the. During the first six month of the the stuccoing of the outside of inspection of all school buses. The ing for a full nine-months himself term#:I.S'

P.-T. A. officials. I I present year the State Welfare I the building are not expected to Sugarland Service Station was selected this year, he expresses nine
; MRS JOHN H,' DOTY I i Board paid out 71649.00 Aid' to be completed 'before late in the to make' this inspection. of being heartily in favor of a .
tJr.li[ llt-! I I the mind. : flUI' tha ,Glswlsluu butii (C9Hlmi8tl.. OB pis. I) '
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One Nation Indivisible I II T-eoud Our Presidents-VT '

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4B ai William Howard Taft was
V WADVENTURERS' buried 'in Arlington' National

CLUB James A. Garfield wore the
largest hat, in head size,
/ size 7%.

HEADLINES FROM THE LIVES William Henry Harrison, who
was 68 when elected, and 69
OF PEOPLE LIKE YOURSELF when inaugurated, was the old
est President at the time of I
his election.
T/ie Nurse and the Thug9 Abraham Lincoln was the

I tallest President, being 6 feet 4
inches tall.James .
Famous Headline Hunter Madison was the

EVERYBODY: shortest President, being only 5 ,
HELLO feet 4 inches in height. I
a holdup story with a different twist-almost a
George Washington !
was an
tragic one, for, we learn from Augusta C. Gores of Glendale, honorary citizen of France. I

L. I., "The gunman confessed to Judge Savarese that he was \

about to assault me." Had it not been for the curious coinci

dence related below, Augusta's adventure might have had a

I f I pr.icture" {; different ending.'v. A Stitched Sampler \

Augusta, who is a nurse, was attending an invalid patient in Glendale, In Floss That's Gay
:J'ara d e ;< and on the night of April 4, 1936, at 11:20 p. m', she alighted from the
/ :aI Metropolitan avenue trolley a block and a half from the house at which
she was emplo "f'd. : I

\'AHEKEAS young America The road at that point happens to be very lonely, inasmuch as Saint
consumed than
more John's cemetery is but a block away. Augusta felt rather creepy for
the America of 1938
pr9duced, that reason as she was walking that distance from the trolley.
approaches self-sufficiency as
the farm buys from the city Suddenly, ahead of her, she saw a lengthened shadow, travel
ing in the same direction. SOMEONE WAS COMING ALONG
the city from the farm.
is dependent on the other When
farmers above harvested a She looked back to make certain, and, sure enough, a man was hurry .,'
bumper crop near' Devers, Tex ing along toward her. Augusta felt the man might be following her, so
as, the implied surplus threat she figured 'she would cross to the opposite side of the road in order to
ened wages of Detroit automobile see whether the man would actually follow her.
workers at right. And this He did. Augusta looked back on more as she was crossing, and
year, new surpluses brought as she did, the man crossed also. He, too, was looking back to see
further complications. The cot whether the road behind him was clear. "I was not mistaken," Augusta

ton surplus alone was 13,000,000 says.
bales. Apple growers had a No Chance to Escape by Running.

surplus of 51,000,000 bushels at Fear came over her. Fighting for control, she realized in mounting in the- morning
the start of the year. Milk pro panic, that she must suppress her blind desire to outrun the man. No
n looked
duction was higher in the early hope, lay in that course, she must use her wits instead. youVe- cQorn
of the than in rf
part corresponding year period in the any last Behind her the footsteps grew louder. Ai last, unable any longer to without warning
restrain herself, Augusta turned. Not a foot away from her was the
seven and granaries and
years man. She attempted to turn back to the avenue as there were several
warehouses with lavish $
nature's excess production cars going through, but the fellow prevented her from doing so by telling '> jjjs

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The drunken thug was getting rough, and Augusta began to tremble. and pattern number plainly.
Here :s an illustration ol this
"indivisibility." Farmers above her to go on ahead of him and obey his orders as he had her covered

I deliver cattle and crops to with a gun and would use it on- her if she screamed or made any attempt Mother Knew!
great cities for distribution to call for help.

throughout the nation. And At the same time, Augusta says, the man pressed his body up Here's an unsolicited letter just ,
from cities, farm machinery ..... .. against hers so that she might feel that he had a gun. received from Miss B. L., who "-
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(below) and automobiles flow The man wore a leather jacket, and had his hand in the breast knows whereof she sp .ks. Read
in steady streams to the farms. Wage ui industrial woiKsrs must be paid pocket, concealing the weapon. This was enough for Augusta. All and remember it!
mother has used Winter-
I from the sale of their products. And the farm is a major market for thoughts of flight vanished. She knew she must somehow talk her way smith's"My from childhood. Last sum
products manufactured in the factories of our major cities. out of this situation. But she knew in the next instant that she didn't mer I was having chills and fever

have a choice. The man was under the. influence of liquor, and he was and tried all sorts of different
past the reasoning stage. medicines. None seemed to do me

Augusta Invented a Husband.As any good, so mother sent for some
Wintersmith's Tonic, and soon I
the man began getting rough, Augusta told him desperately that was up and well. I think there's
she expected her husband along any minute, and that her husband was nothing like it and mother says
a police officer. "You'll be in for an awful lot of trouble!" she warned the same. I sure recommend this
the .persistent annoyer, hopefully. Tonic to anyone who suffers from
Augusta adds in parentheses: "I happen to be a widow.)' Malaria."
She thought by manufacturing this story the man might go away and If you have Malaria, take bottle that of
letter to heart. Get
let her alone, but, on the contrary, he seemed inflamed by this threat. Wintersmith's from druggist,
He became rougher, boasting that he could handle the situation, and and TRY it. That's your all we ask.
Augusta, seeing now how drunk the fellow was, began to tremble inwardly.

And despite her rising panic, she knew that her one hope lay
in just one thing-SHE MUST NOT LET THIS FELLOW KNOW Power a Blessing
HOW FRIGHTENED SHE WAS OF HIM. Power, when employed to relieve
To scream was useless; there was no one who would have heard her the oppressed and to punish
cries. Augusta's one hope lay in holding off her annoyer until some the oppressor, becomes a great
one should happen along. blessing.-Swift.

The man was powerful, and Augusta was powerless against his
drunken strength. In vain she wrestled to free herself from his grip.
,He was just about to overpower her when, turning down the road, HANDY 1Icnte ll4e4 JARS
Augusta saw the headlights of a car. 5*
Her Savior Was a Policeman. IOC
>?Yd; -" .:<<:;-" : -,,>': of a few moments back: cried out: "Here he comes now!"
< 'f..j; : 1:A To enable them to buy factory The instant's attraction was enough. While the thug wheeled to face, Live With Care

:.:., <,: :.:" /, //j 2 ti:| goods, farmers are co-op- as he thought, the approaching police officer (Augusta's fictitious husband Be not careless in deeds, nor
<# tf erating with experts in finding ) she pulled away from him and threw herself into the range confused in words, nor rambling in
; 'jL; ijl. ; tli} %lg 1: new uses for crops, and putting of the headlights! thought.-Marcus Aurelius.

m/ '- .V 'rlci'4t': ''' > <:: .:.r......: : ;7.;
..,,JH; i: ;:;::; ;; <, ;':ifl} :" h :i [ I and selling farm prod- told Augusta afterward ,that he did not see her until he was almost
< V %'tf p 4.;1.a.j: m; "" j L icts to city workers. of her and close to running her SMALL SIZE SIZE
W"/1:(-o>i"<; i:.\y r->f'-"f"" : fi t\tm' .1'WI' '$0 .l .-4.. !!.... on top actually came very
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; ); : '" : .. .. down.
!!',1: f-.1:: .::ri) m;::: i : II .tY "' ."1_ _".-.':;_""
Augusta leaped ,on the car's running board, begged the driver, a
man, to help her, explaining that she was the victim of a holdup.By .
this time the thug \was making his getaway. He was making o -
And here's the strange coincidence. The very man Augusta had Brings Blessed Relief
stopped in the car proved to be a police officer in plain clothes, who from aches and pains of i
was coming home from a prizefight. He was a total stranger to RHEUMATISM i
Augusta, but he must have been just as effective as if he had been the NEURITIS and LUMBAGO
imaginary husband she had tried to scare the thug with. Because the Try:. bottle .. Why Suffer?
next scene in this drama shows the thug up before the judge. 'Augusta :; ?AT ALCtGOOD.aDRUG: :: ; STORESWNU _

was commended by the court upon being able to hold the man off long
enough for help to come. -7 36r38MERCHANDISE
Copyright.-WNU Service.

Sloth, Laziest Animal True Beauty
The sloth, said to be the laziest After all, the most natural beauty
animal in the world, hangs from, in the world is honesty and moral N N
the branches of trees, feeding on truth; for all beauty is truth. True Must Be GOOD
shoots, foliage and fruits. The ani features make the beauty of a face,
mal's anatomy is such that it can and true proportions the beauty of to be

only' hang. It has no defensive architecture, as true measures that ConsistentlyAclvertiseclSUY
weapon, but is camouflaged by the of harmony and music. In poetry,
coloration of the hair, which is covered which is all fable, truth still is the
with a minute green algae. perfection.-Lord Shaftesbury. ADVERTISED GOODS



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:i -\Vppkl," Npw BBeview I DIZZY DRAMAS JYoto Playing-"Cold Cash9'
. By Joe Bowers,

' : Modern 'Holy War' Threatens


Over Domination of Palestine. V. i

**j. Joseph W I.n Bin
itLI I f Q

LI Races At dusk the second day, speech- w

weary Republicans headed for .
Tiny Palestine is far smaller than home. But'Franklin Roosevelt could

the average American state, yet its not fail to heed the Capehart show.
city of Jerusalem is a religious Next week, Indiana enthusiasm IT'S MORE / IT'S ICE 1 HE FREEZES ONTO

shrine for Christians, Jews, Arabs. showed signs of invading 47 other THAN COOL I COLD J EVERY CENT

From a Biblical start, Christianity states. _

,spread over ,the earth, largely deserting -
its birthplace. Hebrews,also BusinessHis I
left, driven by the hated Arabs who '
"V later fell under Turkey's yoke. Not : crop control program bogged 2 I;
down under bountiful harvests Secretary
f i, until the World war was this yoke' ; -
; thrown off with Great Britain's aid. of Agriculture Henry, A. Wal-

I. If Arabs expected Great Britain to lace discovered early last month 4
, : silver that this year's wheat would more,
hand them Palestine on a

f'I : In platter November, Lord Balfour 1917, the outfoxed foresighted them. than remedy fill was America's export, granaries.and wheat-con-Only I

'I 1I
I foreign secretary saw Russia persecuting suming nations are this year being WHAT to EAT and WHY

J,i the Jews, possibly foresaw offered more grain than they want
dozen nations.To ;
: revolution by a wheat-producing
] a coming European
j <$
compete on the low-priced export i
!II against them. So Palestine was fa- 1
vored as a national home for the market, to meanwhile give U.

"I. wandering Jew and in 1923 Great S. farmers a fair price Secretary / a staq&udiiL'nuinetatei tlze

Britain was granted a mandate over Wallace realized that subsidy wouldbe '

the land. necessary.

Had Lord Balfour's foresight included From Washington went invitationsto Nutritious Values of the

I Jew-hating Adolf Hitler, he grain dealers for purchase of 2 i

..... might have been less anxious to wheat that the Federal Surplus Spoils Your Looks ii ii i
guide Palestine's destiny. Since Commodities corporation will sell BANANA
1923, Holy Land Jews have jumped abroad. Subsidy payments to producers Impairs Efficiency i

from 75,000 to 375,000, Arabic popu- expected to be 15 or 20 cents .. And it may seriously affect I'

lation meanwhile standing at 325- per bushel, will come from $25,000000 ,- your health.If you aretiver 30,and weigh

000. Led by a Zionist world organi- now" available from customs re Explains How Our Most Satisfying Food Fruit more than the normal weight for your ;
zation fos- To avoid Sec-
zealous Hebrews have ceipts. throat-cutting, height at the age of 30, the chances are
tered such projects as Tel Aviv, all- retary Wallace sought an export Helps to Maintain Health at All Ages.By that you would benefit greatly by a j
Jewish city just outside Arabic agreement with Canada, which also rational program of weight reduction.You .
Jaffa.In has large surpluses. Meanwhilecame C. HOUSTON GOUDISS
invited write C.
are to to Houston
1929, Arab resentment boiled word of heavy exports from 6 East 39th Street, New York City. (Joudiss for his scientific Reducing

over into riot, again in. 1936. This Poland and Argentina, giving prom- the discovery the vitamins and before we knew Bulletin,which outlines the safe,certain i
time worried Britain investigated, ise of a badly glutted world market. '
regarding the body's mineral requirements, in- and comfortable method of weight
decided Jews
finally to place on one
side of the River Jordan, Arabs on ForeignAs terest in food was centered around proteins, carbohydratesand reduction by counting calories.It includes
balanced reducing and chart
the other. Since Arabs got the big- fats. Fruits which in general supply little protein and menus a
leader of Czechoslovakia's au showing the caloric value of all the
gest share and Jews the most fertile tonomy-seeking Sudetens, Konrad fat, and widely varying amounts of carbohydrates, received commonly used foods

share, neither was happy. Up- Henlein is admittedly nothing more scant. consideration as a source of essential nutrients. With,it, you can easily compute the
series of riots start-
was a new ,
than Adolf Hitler's So
last and mouthpiece. -7- < caloric value of every meal you eat.
ing early July continuing
anxious observers looked behind the
unbroken since. Last week Serve Fruit Twice Daily Just write to
ever as mouthpiece last ,week when Konrad provides quick energy because a
harried British troops swept up aft- Henlein told Sudetens to "fightback" But with our steadily in- certain amount of ,its sugars are Houston Goudiss,6 East 39th St.,
er Jaffa's latest bombing, the world almost immediately absorbed by New York City-a post card will do
against "attacks" by the creasing knowledge of vita-
wondered how could -and askfor the Reducing Bulletin.
peace ever the body. On the other hand, sev-
Czech government. Thus arose the
mins and of the importance to
back to the Land.
come Holy eral hours must elapse before the
latest crisis in a series of crises that
'Jews recall, that when Moses led has kept Europe jittery all summer.At the body of a long list of essential remaining sugars are completely
their ancestors into the "promised mineral elements, assimilated. Thus, eating bananas avoided by individuals past mid-
little Lanark, Scotland, Britain's dle age, either because their acid
land, some stayed on one side of fruits have assumed'a com- provides a continuous supply of
'Chancellor of the ExchequerSir
the Jordan on the other. Thus taste is displeasing' because
some energy for a considerable period.
John Simon made the bold as- manding place in nutrition. difficulties in masti-
they present
they want more land, yet insist- They not only help to promote
sertion that Adolf Hitler must not And those who the cation. bananas however
publicly, at least-that Arabs can follow pri- rapid recovery from fatigue but Ripe ,
remain. Arabs recall the Holy Land start a war over Czechoslovakia, mary rule of a well balanced diet also furnish a continuing supply of practically melt in the mouth. Be-
else he might find Britain his
has been their home 1,300 years, stoically neck. Coming from 'a member on of and serve fruit twice daily have energy which keeps one from be- ing easily digested, they are'- a
fortunate choice for
threaten to fight unto death per
coming hungry again too soon
Neville Chamberlain's dictatorwooing been rewarded with increased
protecting their heritage. after a meal. sons, providing necessary energy
I cabinet that pronouncementSIR health and vigor.In values with a minimum of diges-
The edible portion of one aver-
Politics addition to their minerals and age-sized banana weighs about 3 Vfe tive effort.

What they lack at Washington, D. vitamins, fruits are. valued be- ounces and provides 100 calories. -*-

C., Republicans made up during a cause of their bulk or cellulose It takes almost the same weight Most Versatile Fruit

week-end of blistering heat and which helps to insure regu- of white potato to yield the same Bananas are always in season,

r f 4 fried chicken at Washington, Ind. lar health habits. number of calories. ;. and are usually most inexpensive.

Their hostwas, Homer E. Capehart, .v -*- -*- It is desirable, of course, that only

vice president of Buffalo's Rudolph The Most Economical Fruit Bananas a Protective Food fully ripened bananas be' eaten

Wurlitzer company, whose farm was Yiy q homemakers consider that Bananas take an important posi- raw. That is because their constituents -

covered with tents until it looked '. Many the tion among the''protective foods, vary with the degree. of
a fruits as a class are among
like a circus. Attending were Re- because they are a good source of ripeness.

publicans from 11 states. items more included expensive in four vitamins, A, B, C and G, Bananas are picked when they

Day before, G. O. P. "strategists"met the food budget. and contain a total of 11 minerals. are green and hard, and the car-

in Indianapolis behind closed ', But that state- They' leave an alkaline-ash following bohydrate content' is almost en-

r doors, emerged with no comment ment is far too general digestion. tirely starch.: As they ripen, the
except that they expected 70 more Y and indicatesa Fully ripened bananas are easi- starch is converted into easily di-

seats in congress after next Novem- yq !Ar9 lack of informa- ly digested and are mildly lax .gested sugars.In .

ber's election. Then, headed by tion concerning the tive. fully ripened bananasthosein
Chairman John D. M. Hamilton and id'AJ 'nutri -*- which brown flecks appear on

New York's Rep. James W. Wads- tive comparative values of the' Valuable in Child's Diet the yellow skins-the starch has"-_

worth, they headed south to Mr. different kinds of'' Bananas deserve a prominent almost entirely disappeared and
Capehart's circus tents. the flavor has been developed to
fruit. For example, place in the child's diet from infancy -

To entertain 25,000 ardent Repub- it has been said of i to maturity. Some baby its highest point. The all-yellow
licans, Ringmaster Capehart spent n.m the delicious and specialists prescribe mashed and banana is also ripe enough for

$25,000, fried 4,500 chickens, baked economical banana, that it'gives strained ripe bananas as one of eating and it is likewise firm

40,000 clams and roasted three JOHN SIMON more nutritive as well as money : the first solid foods to be intro- enough for cooking. Partially ripe
bananas-those which
truckloads of corn. Said he: "I am value than almost other food. duced in the infant's diet. The are yellow
Franklin Roosevelt made him bold. any
sick and tired of hearing busi- ripe banana is considered to be with a green tip-may be cooked
Fruits, in general, are frequently and served as a vegetable or as
and of all other
nessmen men sounded strange. But soon Sir especially valuable at the time
divided into two classes
groups complain and talk against John's boldness was explained. Said ; when sugar is withdrawn from the dessert.
,: the New Deal and then do absolutely he: they 'are known as flavor fruits formula and the baby is given Considering their availability,

i' nothing about it." "You will have read the striking when they contain 80 per cent or ,whole milk for the first time. The ease of digestion, high food value

f. Said Mr. Hamilton, who seemed speech made the other day by Mr. more of water and as food fruits calories in the bananas take the and economy, bananas deserve to
when the water content is less
, content with talking about it: "In- Cordell Hull, American secretary of place of the calories previously be classed as one of Jhe staple
than 80 cent. Bananas are a
stead of hurling meaningless epithets -. state, when he laid stress on per received from the sugar, and ,thus foods in every well planned
food fruit. of the first order!
at those who disagree with the necessity for friendly co- weight gains are steadily main- .dietary.
I Ripe bananas are rich in carbo-
operation. What he said and what tained.
and furnish the body
: 4'.,, / hydrates
; ( President Roosevelt said a few days -*-
with splendid energy values, witha I Questions Answered I
4bI Canada, must waken responsive minimum tax on the digestive Help Children Gain Weight
echo in
hearts." many British system. Because of their high caloric

Since Franklin When fully ripened, this fruit value, plus their content of min- Mrs G. R. 1\IcK.-When peas
had erals and vitamins, bananas may and beans cause discomfort, ow-
promised to' help Canada in the well be used regularly throughout ing to their tendency to form gas,
event of invasion
Great Britain
was 7' childhood. be with-
[ they can frequently eaten
clearly relying on a far-fetched hopeof Bananas and milk make an excellent out distress in pureed form.
U. S. support. Two days later, it
food combination becausethe
was plain the bluff had worked. Miss M. L. A.-Both sweet and
MotHERS milk supplements the fruit white contain vitamins A
Backing Britain France potatoes ,
came Rus-
on with protein, fat, minerals and
B and C but sweet
sia, Rumania and Jugo-Slavia, each FREE Bulletin ; potatoes area
vitamins. This combination is
warning.Germany to keep its handsoff Get this much better source of vitaminA
often used as a supplementarylunch
than white
Czechoslovakia. potatoes.
/ / bUd feeding for underweight,, children, WNU-C. Houston GoudJss-1938-27.

:11 War and carefully conducted studies
if o Don't Improper have indicated its usefulness in
Important goal: of Generalissimo i cbUd for life of helping youngsters to gain weight.
Francisco Franco is the AlII}aden : your 'rbe omission Almost all children like the taste
i mercury mines of southwestern I" oneair inute subieduceeven of bananas and they do not seem SELECT

Spain, where an offensive began Au-, may ability. to tire of this bland and pleasing An ideal hotel for chose who wish a

: i i'fiEh gust 1. Last week revived Loyalist learnt g NOW, fruit. And though the banana is convenient location with modern accommodations

..' troops closed in on Rebel Gen. Gon- Wxite lye free regarded as a solid food, it can, at moderate rates. Two
;:' "/"% ... zalo Queipo de Llano's advance positions Diet, if desired, be mashed and whippedinto attractive reitaurams. All guns rooms
__ ... ._.. ,. .,, the Child's
for have tub shower
mhNm'N.'V. .b "" ""= at del Buey, regain- bulletin on 'ExperinlentalKitcben liquid form and combined
RINGMASTER CAPEHART"I I ing practically all land lost since compiled in the with milk to make a healthful and SINGLE ROOMS .. L.
am sick and tired ." the Insurgent drive began. But Loy- LaboratorY Houston nourishing beverage. HOTEL Under Knou

alists received bad news, too. In tamed York City. -*-
him, let Mr. Roosevelt explain to the Strait of Gibraltar, a 1,650-ton in NeW Goudiss Ideal for the Elderly : ;;;

us why we have almost 13,000,000 destroyer was waylaid by four In- Address C. yorlClty If elderly individuals are to jCf/l rf4351h

unemployed, a number. no less than surgent warships. Twenty were 6 East 39th St.reW maintain top health, fruits shouldbe sr

4 in the very depths of the world-wide killed, 14 wounded, and the ship given a prominent place. in YORKr

iepression of 1929-32." limped to port in hopeless condition. ...-- their diet. But many fruits are





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The Clewiston News .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. complishments there' is doubt in th.j rI that in these areas they should be have the last word.
minds of many that the Citrus I supreme.
Commission is justified and it is i! Nazism holds that religion Is
Too Late To Classify Nazism is sure that woman's'place : the
but secondary to
Published every Friday In Clewlaton, possible an effort will be made I is in the home. If she wishesto necessary
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS. to dissolve it at the coming legislative know state. Men are naturally religious.
Inc, I By tfyssell Kay session. The commission, anything beyond this particular Since the state is supreme, all religions -
I area of life, let her ask ,

.:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. however, is needed as the spokesman her husband. Women are treated I, must have the permission
KEATHLEY BOWDEN, Editor for the industry. Relieved .of the state in order to ,
as the Inferior of !
Clearing out a desk drawer the of political pressure and given the I men. i i i I says Nazism.

other day I came across an old Communism not only teaches the i
Entered as second class mail mattt-r full support and cooperation of all i.!i Communism has no room for re-
February I, 1927 at the Post Office irClewJston. circular prepared by a citrus nurse- it doctrine that men and women are
,, citrus interests, can perform a ligion. It teaches that religion is
Florida, under the Act to promote the sale equal, but practices the doctrine
March 3, 1597.SubMcriptlon. ry company valuable and helpful service. Constant an opiate. Religion is used by its
of a new type of orange which wholeheartedly. Women are to be.
inter-industry strife and bick-
j devotees to keep men in ignoranceand
of "The $10a found in all the of life. i
was given the slogan areas
ering will not help in moving and I to exploit them, says Communism. -
Rote $ZOO Per Yenr.AdvertlMlngr Box Fruit." It was printed about i j They even enter the army.
Rates On Application. i marketing our tremendous crop. In spite of its teachings, how-
15 years ago. The concern that issued That the industry as a whole c.in Socialism is compatible with ever, millions of men and women
it has long been out of ex-! equality or inequality of meld and
get together for the welfare of all, in Russia still worship God.
Devoted to the advancement and welfare istence. Throughout the state maybe I seems too much to hope for, !but women. '
of Clewislon and Hendry County. I found here and there some I I Socialism seems to have no spec-
II unless it does the coming season Race is
I If ial doctrine so far as religion
trees of this particular variety.
offers little hope to the man who
concerned. It tends to substitute
there are any records of oranges Fascism believes in the equalityof
has his all in citrus.
Labor Day for most workers was wrapped up good society for religion. However,
bringing $10 per box they have races,. with the qualification,
merely a transfer of his efforts there is no incompatibility between
entirely escaped my notice. however, that some races are han-
from shop or office to home.A socialism and religion.
However, the circular was an en- dicapped. One reads that only recently -

ticing piece of sales literature. The Jewish writers were placedat
Harlem negress stabbed her Sept. 8.-Dr. Ruth NATIONAL AQUATIC FORUM
:fruit illustrated in full' color was Conner was appointed this week by a disadvantage in Italy.
lover to death the past 'week-end.1 TO MEET IN FT. LAUDERDALEFort

That's. one way to show affection.The .- certainly inviting and if one were state superindent, Colin English as Nazism is sure that the German T

to read that circular today, withno people are high above all
supervisor' of home economics education -I races, .Lauderdale, Sept. 8. (FNS)

Hilliard Enterprise reportsan citrus experience or knowledge in the public schools of Flor- that God has seen fit to reveal -The Florida swimming season

epidemic of chicken thieveryin of the industry, they probably would I ida for the coming school year. The himself'completely' through Ger- will be opened here the last weekin

their city Did, some one steal find themselves eager to plant an position was vacated yesterday by mans. Other races are only toler- December with the 1938 Na-

the Hilliard .'Hen? I orange grove in Florida, with no- Boletha Frojen, who was granteda ated and at least one is persecuted. tional Aquatic Forum In the Mu-

thing to worry about as far as the leave of absence for one year for nicipal Casino.

,The summer "dead" season is future was concerned except how special work in Puerto Rico. Communism holds steadfastly to
The program of events has been
in Clewiston if to beat the income tax. the equality of races. In Russia
a misnomer one Dr. Conner has been professor of I one Samuel W. Ingram,
amount of And I'm tellin' you, turning from I I finds fore than 70 races' completed by '
may judge by the new home economics education in the living I Colgate swimming coach. Included ,

construction under way at this that Pollyanna circular to look at Florida State College for Womenfor under one organization. Race pre- on the program will be numerous

time.A the citrus situation in Florida today seven years. judice Is at a low ebb in' Russia. I
leading swimming coaches and
awful let-
gave me an
suite Socialism as a philosophy teaches officials.

successful song-writer has down. If conservative estimates are NAZISM, FASCISM.: COMMUNISM: the equality of races. But it is Olympic
. correct, we are preparing to enter The program will be dedicatedto
been found in Clewiston's Harlem. SOCIALISMBy practiced among nations where
another chaotic citrus season witha Finland for saving the Olympic
Maybe they'll dig up a Cab Callo- LUDD M. SPIVEY judice runs rampant.
crop of fruit that even the sta- games and will stress world peace
way before long. (President Florida Southern College Religion
tisticians couldn't lay end to end through international athletic com-
and 'get any kind of an intelligent ) Fascism has worked out a sep- petition. The climax of the pro-

School opens Monday and the answer out of. aration of church and state. The gram will be a Pageant of Peace,
full cooperation of patron The average man today is puz-
every pope, has his own state, thoughit scheduled for December 26.
should be given to the faculty and In spite of the fact that Florida zled by several political terms. He includes
only a few 'He
acres. It is estimated
that 450 coaches
school officials to make this a growers have been "cooperating"for does not know what meaning to I is supreme in this
there is area. Mussoliniis and swimming stars will attend the
most successful term. thirty years or more, pour into such 'words as Fascism, supreme in his world. These two forum.

less harmony with more individual Nazism, Communism and Socialism. '
great organizations
live side
"$30IEHY THUHSDAY"California interests farther apart than at anytime Curiously enough, he does not always side. When there is conflict be-by ..".
in our history. What we seem find
consider it necessary to
tween the two Mussolini
seems to READ THE ADS
to need in the'citrus industry in meaning in them. He may be sat-
is the of
again scene anew
Florida: more than anything else is isfied merely to react to them
movement for old
age pen-
for somebody to write a book on

sions and ,backers of the scheme "How Citrus Growers Can Make emotionally meaning. without knowing their ................... ........................................'................+................................................................................. .:..:,-
have already obtained more than
Friends and Gets Along With Buy-
enough signatures on petitions to The State
and Politicians: .,
force the plan to be voted upon in ers, Nazism teaches that the stateis 'i'I ._.

November.The They tell us our one great needis an end within itself. Hegel, the I ,.:...

organization, but if you ask me, great German philosopher, who liv-
new plan is being guided by I
organization bearing the we've been over-organized for years.We've ed more than 100 years ago, taught

an ponderous title of Petition Cam-pre- spent we ain't so much had time time for"organizing" any-- that God revealed himself for com- I! CLEWISTON 60LF i

paign Committee For Thirty Dollars pletely in the state. And more
thing else. We've had Citrus Com- I .:.
than 100 Hegel's philosophyhas
a Week for Life California
mittees, Growers Leagues, Growers ; .
been gaining a high place for ::
State Pension Plan. In brief, the I
proposal is this: Each Thursday Exchanges, Growers Cooper itself in the minds of the Germans.One i COURSE
Associations Grow-
atives, Growers
every legal resident of California this must not think of as
Growers .
50 years old and unemployed wouldbe ers Commissions and something new on the scene in Ger- ..t.I .
and that, with dues and assess- I I '!' .:.
He is Bismarck-only moreso.
certificates in dol- many. .
given thirty directors, I ;. .; ) '' ,
ments, commissioners, :
lar denominations, which would He is Hegel's philosophy.come 't' '. '..
managers, coordinators and what- y I't' ii>
to its full fruition.
circulate just like money, even be- t ;.
have-you, 'till any Florida citrus
while the
ing acceptable as payment of state, grower who hasn't belonged to at state Fascism does not teaches have that a divine origin, :y: 'i'
county and city taxes. The biggest"bug"
least a dozen such groups and helped yet it must be in a position to I -
in the "cream" is the stipu- ----

lation that any individual, mer--: of others to finance is mighty and promote hard to_ a find.lot asked have the to forego last word.his personal Each man libertyin is i -

chant or banker holding certificates I

on the following Thursday, must at- When we add to the various order that the state may be sav- :I Open to the Public
tach to each one a stamp costingtwo Grower organizations the various ed. Fascism believes, that democracy j1

cents in' ,real United States Shipper and other allied groups, is) opposed to good government.This ". I .

boy I mean we got as fine and com- explains Mussolini's occas'ional .. ':.
money. Thus at the end of a year ..' ':
each certificate would bear $1.04 plete an assortment of high class outbursts against democracy. 'i' .':..

in stamps and be self liquidating.Each "organization" as can be found Communism plainly teaches that 't''t';
certificate, upon accumulating anywhere, and at the same time the state is a means to an end, Y ,f.

$1.04 worth of the stamps, couldbe we find the industry as a whole that the state was created by man :;: ::

about as beautifully "DIS-ORGAN- his liberties. But, I ;
turned in for United States cur- to help guard .'t.. ''

rency, according, to the plan. IZED" as selfishness, greed, poli- in reality, Communism uses the ":.t.'t': ,

tics and personal interests can end Nazism 't'
neither state as an exactly as ,
being financiers, we 't''t' .
condemn nor endorse, the idea. At make it. does. Political writers are begin- :t: Moderate Green Fees ':

first glance it does seem to merit One outfit wants a marketing ning to concur that, after all, thereis .s. :.':.:

consideration, inasmuch as the cer- agreement -another doesn't; those very little difference between Exceptional Fairways *

tificates would provide a vehicle that favor an agreement can't agreeon Fascism and Communism. Russian .. .
with which to clear up a lot of old what kind. Some think fruit leaders say that personal liberty I :;: Interesting Greens

debts, and their circulation would should be "color added" while you will be restored' to individuals as I :f.

certainly be brisk, because each I will find others who are bitterly soon as they are prepared for it. I

holder would run rings around him- opposed to it. Some want more However, only Russians believe this.

advertising, others don't want any. Socialism is compatible with iIxH'
self trying to get rid of his script '; : : :-:-:*: : : : : : : : : :-:-:.:.: :
before the fateful Thursday caught So altogether we have just naturally either autocracy or democracy.

him with his pockets full to be "organized" ourselves into Wherever men and women keep po-

stamped at two cents each beforehe one sweet helluva mess. litical house collectively there is

could spend them the next day. Just to help matters, the Citrus I Socialism. Sweden has democratic

Commission faces a possible shakeup Socialism Germany and Russia
The San Francisco Examiner is ; ; Jt3 about time to
this month when the terms of have autocratic Socialism.
shouting down the scheme as an act
five members expire September10th. Conception of Man
that might bankrupt California, \ 'temind
They serve beyond that date Nazism holds steadfast to the you ... o
complaining that the statewould rw
subject to the appointment of a conception that men are not equal. w.KSrwexT
have to raise
three times its pres- 7
successor and Governor Fred hasn't Nazism holds that some men should
ent taxes to pay these pensions:' because -
the bail much time lately to give a serve in lowly places because they
warrants would become
worthless and the pensions would whole lot of thought to the ques- are of inferior birth, that high po- y+ bfr O ;

tion of "Successors." But men don't sitions should go to men of super-
have to be paid in cash.
function with any degree of efficiency ior birth. God has ordained such,
A veritable flood of such cer-
enthusiasm when .
or they says Nazism.
tificates might cause a lot of con- with the well known in Fas-
serve axe Abstractly, men are equal

fusion in regular business channels, hangin' over 'em. So if the changes cism, but in the working out of : .
YOU can't afford
but on the other hand it :: to :
appears fi"ocrastinate
are to be made they should be things in Italy men 'are not equal. rr I

that if the funds raised by :bale: made quickly or the commissioners Clearly, however, there is more evi- much longer starting to save a
of the redemption
stamps could beset whose terms expire should be reappointed dence of equality in Fascism than of
aside exclusively for the cash- portion your Income..and invest
at once and thereby be in Nazism. I

ing of the certificates, the state placed in a position to give their I Communism cries ,aloud on rap r \Jt'.t' 0 it wisely... during your productive

would merely of such be funds acting and as a redis-depository best to the industry. that all men are 'naturally and necessarily D'o. years. The slogan/"Save and Hav ,/

Growers organizations ambitious: equal, but in actual prac- ,

tribute the same upon presenta- to "knock shippers' ears down" find tice places some men on a pedestal. SSHA, :: may be old-fashioned, but the sensible -
tion of
The stat certificates would actuaUprofit fully stamped. themselves confronted with shippers' Some rule and others are rulers. ouNS 5 people that follow it are the

organizations bent upon Socialism is a philosophy which i AC

four cents from each certificate. "keeping" the growers in line" and teaches that all men are equal. s AwoJ happy ones you meet. We'll gladly

Four the printing cents would and clerical more than costs cover of all this. is topped off with an inharmonious I However, Socialism may be prac- ,t"I.N help you with our time-tried, safe

political situation that ticed and is practiced among people -
the certificates'and stamps. and profitable savings plans.
breeds only doubt and suspicionand who hold that some men are

Anyway, Florida and the rest of leaves little opportunity for inferior to others.: '

the nation will just sit back and intelligent constructive advance-
Men and Women
watch the scheme fail or succeed I ment. Clewiston Federal Savings
at California's Fascism adheres to the doctrine

.HalneH City Herald.expense-or. glory I Because it has neglected to properly thatwomen, should confine their

. publicize .its aims and ac activities! to cot-tain: areas of.life. and Loan Association t
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'i. 1" ..i.y .'IFrancis-Ward( Nuptials Solemnized s.VM. M. Prewitt, Mrs. J. F. I

y y Tippey, Coburn :Moore, Francis I

y Stokes, Miss Louise Moore, Mr. I,

Y'PERSON1L At St. Church and Mrs. FJ. M. Dunn, Cecil Allen,
I Margaret's Monday
and SOCIETY ill=i: Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Edwards, Janie

Edwards, and George Yon. .

II .ilMr. I Miss Mildred Ward became the I were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Assisting Mrs. Ward in enter-

?. bride of Judson V. Francis Monday O. A. Ward at a wedding break- taining Mr;.
y:0::N:H H N N N N N:N NN N N N:N N M:N::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. morning in a beautiful ceremony i fast. The wedding cake formed+l the J. G. Niblack were Miss George Dorothy Yon,Hare Mrs,

and Mrs. Joe Falcon of Olga Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wright and performed at St. Margaret's Churchat : centerpiece for the dining table; Miss Florine Moore and Miss Lois

visited in Clewiston Friday. children, Francis and Nancy, are nine o'clock by Father Francis J. i it was a three-tiered white cake Prince. .

visiting relatives in Urbana, Illinois. I Finnegan. adorned with rosebuds and topped

Mr. and Mrs. E. P., Mutrux spent Father Finnegan is a former with a miniature bride and groom. ..

the week-end in Miami. Miss Cassie Goff of Tifton,- Geor- pastor of St. Margaret's, and the After the wedding breakfast the J. MOUSE

gia, spent a few days in Clew- nuptial mass which was part of bride and groom"left by automobile -
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharn- iston visiting her brother, Wilbur I the wedding ceremony is the first for a stay of several days .at I i
berg spent) the week-end in Miami. : nuptial mass ever celebrated in Miami Beach. Counselor and Attorney at Law
Goff. any
Mr. Goff, Miss Goff and Miss Hopkins Building
Marcia Avant motored of the -Everglades Catholic Church-,. Mrs. Francis is the daughter of
to Miami -n-- -
Mr. and Mrs. Don, I Wednesdays and Saturdays
Young spent
and Key West over the holidays.Dr. les. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward and has .
the week-end in Sarasota.E. 9:30 to 4:00
I The altar of the church was decorated resided in Clewiston since hild-

with low potted palms and hood. She graduated from the Clew-
O. Benson the Leland H. Dame of Jackson-
spent holiday
I white vasses holding mixed gerberaand iston School
ville High !in the class::;! of
district physician for the I
week-end at his home in Daytona
roses. White and pink coral 1938. Mr. Francis is the son of
Beach. state board of health was in Clew-I I J. S. CAMPBELL;
iston vine was entwined along the, altar Mr. and Mrs. J.V, Francis of St. I
Thursday conducting
rail and formed a beautiful settingfor Paul, Minnesota. He attended the
Miss Anna Barber of West Palm school
and infant clinic at the Jeweler
the impressive ceremony. College of St. Thomas in St. Paul. Watch-maker
Beach was a business visitor in school building. '
Clewistou yesterday. Wedding music included the He has resided in Clewiston for

1 "Bridal Chorus" from Lohengria the past three years and is con- All Kinds of Jewelry Repairs

Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt took ;as processional, played by: Mrs. B. nected with the United States Sugar Optical RepairsAT
I Mr. and Mrs. 0 .A. Jones and I
their daughter, Louise, to West IA.I Bourne, organist. During the Corporation. 8
I daughter, Marianne, have returned !
from a few days visit in Miami. |I I Palm Beach for a minor eye operation -I nuptial mass, solos by Dennis Small, On their return from their wedding .. CHRISTIAN'S BARBER SHOPAGEN1

? j Saturday. Louise has returned Francis M. Wright' and -Mrs. J. F. : trip !Mr. and Mrs. Francis

Miss Alma Crews of Fort My home and Is making splendid I Tippey included "Holy Queen", We will 'reside in Cz nal Point. ,
recovery. I Bow Before Thee", "Ava Maria" I ,
,....., ers is visiting her sister, Mrs. E. C. I Out-of-town: guests at the wed-
and "Veni, Jesu, Amor mi".
::;J Mills and family for a few days. I ding included Mr. and Mrs. J. E. L. B. Mershon
Mrs. W. W. Hooks and I First to enter the 'c urch was
daughter, !I '
I' Edwards and daughters, Catherineand i
Miss Hazel Prince, maid of honor. New York Life $ '
Miss Betty, of Pahokee,
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and were Janie, Mr. and Mrs. F. :M.

sons, Gene and Bub, spent the ing friends in Clewiston Visit-I Miss Prince wore a simple dress Dunn and -Cecil Alien! of Jacksonville Insurance Company i
of blue organdy with a crownlesshat
week-,end in Fort Myers': Miss Betty expects to leave Richard Bestor, Mr. and Mrs.
Rome, Georgia, to enter Shorter to match and carried an old- W. M. Redels mer and Miss Flor- ARCADIA, FLORIDA i j
1 fashioned nosegay of mix .d flow
Father F. J. Finnegan of Melbourne college. : ine Moore ..f Miami, Francis Stokesof

spent the week-end in Clew- I I ers.The Canal Point, Mi' and Mrs. S. A.
bride entered with her
iston. Campbell E. Nail left over the Graves, Mr. and Mrs.:: Dennis Scnal NORGE REFRIGERATORS
father, by whom she was given
week-end for Madison for a week's II and Mrs. Homer Taylor of LaD He.
in marriage. Her wedding gown Furniture and Home fc-nrnishings
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosenbloomof visit. Mrs. Nail, who has been visiting Attending the wedding breakfastwere
was, a floor length white organdy. PHILCO RADIOS
Miami were week-end visitors in her parents, Mr. and Mrs.A. .
with high bodice, square neck and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor,
Clewiston.Mrs. A. Munroe, for two weeks, will
very full puffed sleeves. It was Miss Hazel Prince, John Kettl, Household FurnishingsInc.

return with him.. Sunday. I trimmed with bands of white satin Father F. J. Finegan, George and I

L. C. Redish and ramify -- I ribbon and '''soft lace edged the Richard Bestor, Dennis Small, Sid- I!

and Mr. and Mrs. Manning Carter R. H. Knight motored to Au- neck and sleeves. The veil was of ney ,Hoover, Mrs. B. A. Bourne, BELLE GLADE FLORIDA, i iI

and children spent Labor Dayat burndale, Alabama for Mrs. Knightand white illusion, arranged coronet ./ . . . . . ------
Fort Myers Beach. their sons Richard and Jim-

my, who have been visiting Mrs. an fashion.old-fashioned The bride's nosegay bouquet of white was I ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................

Otto Larsen has returned froma Knight's parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. rosebuds, tiny chrysanthemums and y": :

vacation trip into the northern T. Dumas for a few weeks. lilies of the valley.' MEN !L

part of the United, States and Can- ,The groom was. attended by John I |

ada. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Graves, Mr. Kettl as best man. Ushers were Y

I and Mrs. Dennis Small ''of LaBelle, I George Bestor and Coburn Moore. :I:: Your Credit Is Good :_|:

Mr. and Mrs.; Harry Vaughn and Mrs. Homer Taylor of, Felda and i All the men in the wedding party

sons, and Mrs. 'V. P. Vaughn, sr., Francis Stokes of ,Canal Point were were attired in white linen suits.
were Saturday visitors in Fort My I :: Wear NEW Tailored Individual :=
in Clewiston Monday to attend the I Following the ceremony the wed- | a =g i iI :

ers. wedding of Miss Mildred Ward and: ding party, families of the bride I Measure Suit While You Pay :|f

;Judson Francis._ and groom and _a. few other friends
Mrs. Fred 'arid
Mr. and Flanders

daughterPhyllis, of Moore Haven SIMPSONS ENTERTAIN AT I I :*_: A postcard I will bring the Lake's Old :|:

visited friends in Clewiston Thurs- I
BRIDGE ON FRIDAY EVENING Dependable Tailor Representative *
day evening.
I A Icntlier-co'tereO, zipper closed, ...

Mrs. S. W. Houser, who has I I Mr. and at Mrs.cards W. Friday F. Simpson eveningat entertained ijien'n leenVnr Scbick xliaiing-rnzor. residence Lost!te containing somewhere' and Bettor new be- :|;: CHAS-. LEARs |::

been spending a few weeks in residence Friday nigh I'lease return -

'- West Palm Beach, has returned to reservation.their home Each on guest the was government requested to either FRANCIS.location.JlJDbOJV :I: Box 508 .Clewiston, Fla. ::|_:

her home here. .*.'

) to bring a "white elephant" and *....i..i i..iit..i..t..i..i..i..it%.z..i..i..z..*..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:;.
these were distributed by drawingsat
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, .
the conclusion of play.

Shirley Ruth Rodriguez, Misses Delightful refreshments were : ..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:;.:. :
Lucile Strehle and Ruth Gomez '
served by Mrs. Simpson to 1\Irs.1
Saturday in Fort Myers.
spent W. A. Wall, Mrs. G. T. Augur, !

Mr. and Mrs. I. :M. Pafford, I i
Mrs. S. C. Stalls, Misses Jean, .1939 PLYMOUTH
and Mrs. R. N. Smith, Dr. 1\11"1
Betty and Peggy Stalls, of Moore Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, and Mr.
Haven visited here Friday after-
Mrs. J. F. Curry. A !

noqn.Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer SIRS. ALSTON HOSTESS AT L ." ;. !
and daughter, Patty, of Miami, : re ;:::
spent the week-end here visitingMrs. Mrs. Roy Alston-----was hostess this :". : < :i: :

: C. L. Downs. : :
week"on Wednesday evening to ) .

members of the Evening Bridge
Miss Floriue Moore, who is at- Have
Club. Mrs. Blanche Turner receiveda I They Everything
tending business school in Miami,
box of Yardley's bath salts as
spent the week-end here with her .. I .:.
high score prize, Mrs. R. C. Now- +.. ( I Ij I
mother, :Mrs. J. W. Moore
ling a cotton picker for low score #* i ij

and Mrs.' Harry Turner bath pow- j Last year we told you to look at all three. This year look at the ::
George Bestor, who is a tellerin I
der for cut prize.
the First Bank of Miami, spent
,Mrs. Alston served pie a la modeto '
the week-end here with his par-
Mrs. R. C. Nowling, :Mrs., R. C. j .i
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. nestor.II PLYMOUTH DELUXE
Wilson, Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, Miss

:Mae Palmer, Mrs. R. M. Hare, jr., :..
II Mr. and Mrs. Jones Bryan spent
Mrs. Harry Turner and Mrs.
the week-end in Tampa. They visited -
Blanche Turner. .i. And .:. ;
II Mr. Bryan's parents, Mr. and :y. :

.1 Mrs. George W. Bryan and Mrs.
! Bryan's father, P. M. Jacobsen.

:Miss Mae Lily Stone is recuperating .. .:. I
A number of Clewiston students
nicely in the Arcadia Gen-' ?
will return this week-end to colleges : 1
\ .:.
eral Hospital following a major
following the vacation period. .i. .:. IY
there Mon
operation performed
Miss Betty Spicer returns to Flor-

day. Tallahassee ida State ,College George For Bestor Women leaves at : DOn't Handle ili !

Mrs. A. J. Richaud and for Atlanta to resume his studiesat I Forget..W e if

daughter, Gladys, left last Fridayto Georgia Tech. Robert Patterson,
spend two weeks with Mrs. Rich- s
'Jim Beardsley, Coburn Moore and :
aud's mother, Mrs. G. W. Tooleyin I y ? ,
Perry< Ed Clark of are Florida returning at to Gainesville.the University ::: Dodge Cars and Trucks, Johnson Outboard Motors, Star Boats, :: '

Mrs. F., M. 'Rodriguez had as ated Miss from Betty the Hooks local high, who school gradu-in :: Johnson Farm Light Plants, Briggs Refrigerators, Case Tractors ::: .

her guests this week her sister, June, and who now lives in pa-' s.: ._
Miss Lucile Strehle and her niece hokee, will enter Shorter Collegeat ::: and Machinery and Taylor Airplanes.I -::

Miss Ruth Gomez, of Gretna, Lou- Rome, Georgia. .y:. ?.
isiana. Shirley Ruth Rodriguez returned .:. "" r,.
: l oi.y
with them and will attend

school there this \
year. VTANTHUt Representative to look after -

Mrs. W. A. Wall and children, ,Ian our In enables magazine Clewiston you subscription to and:secure vicinity.a interests good Our- I" CottrellMoore Motors i iI,1

Beverly and Barbara, of \\'(.':;tPalm part of the hundreds of dollars spentIn
this vicinity each fall and winter
Beach visited with
Mr. and for magazines. Oldest agency In U. S. .; '
Mrs. G. T. Augur for several da :s-. Guaranteed lowest rates on all peri- .. 0.:.
odicals, domestic and foreign. Instruc- i I
They were joined over Labor Day tions and equipment free. Start a
by Mr. Wall's and Mrs. Wall's growing and permanent business in Haven Florida / |_:
.vhole or spare time. Especially adaptable .
,4 mother, Mrs. Wilson, also of West for Shut-Ins. Address MOORE- ;

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Try Zoology Department

Eliz-Have you Lamb's Tales?

HERIGJA[ Librarian-This is a library, nota

meat market.

Joseph McCord WNU Service. Waning .
"What is your favorite book?"

"It has always been my bank
CHAPTER VIIIContinued9 My Dear Dale: "It never has occurred to me to "Put down your paper and tell us book, but even that is lacking in

-. When 'I was about your age, this old change my line of work," Dale ad- what you are talking about." interest now."

"Dale, how lovely!" Lee exclaimed companion was one of my favorites. It mitted uncomfortably, consciousthat Brady obliged cheerfully and com-

as she carefully openedthe seems to be out of print now, so I'm ask Evelyn was watching him in- menced refilling his pipe. Naturally

box and brought to view a mass ing you to' accept this disreputable copy tently. "Henry Marblestone was tellingme Usher-How far down do
of pink roses. "How did you know with my best wishes. I hope you'll like "Of course it hasn't. I wouldn'tbe \ this morning when I was in his wish to sit, lady? you
that my mother loves flowers better O'Malley. You remind me of him after a interested in you if I thought you office. Said he was taking Dale into Lady-All the of
than anything else in the world?" fashion. were shilly-shallying around; at your the bank to learn the ropes." way, course.

"I didn't," he smiled happily. "I Faithfully, age. And I'm not asking for any Mrs. Brady stole a troubled glanceat
just couldn't think of anything else C. B. decision now. You go to 'your job Lee. "Had you heard about it, SPEECHLESS
good enough for her." and give it': all you've got. Then dear?" she inquired gently.
Before he extinguished his light in
will come back' in the spring and see "No Mother."
"You've no idea how she appreciate The brown eyes
the small hours of Christmas morn-
it. I wish she were here me. Ar.d 'while you're making up were watching the needle.
now to thank you You must excuse ing, Dale had taken the Irish Dra- your mind to say yes, don't for- "Maybe it's a big secret," Brady
goon into his heart. It was good of this. In two you'll be
me a minute while I take care get years observed. "Henry didn't say so,
And Lee Lee. '
Mr. Brady. making more than will after ten
of them." you though.. He had just been talkingto
"I had the very dickens of a time of fussing with rocks. You'll be Dale. As I went into the office,
finding a little something for you," somebody. Dale was coming out. Evelyn was
Dale remarked when Lee returnedto "That sounds very alluring," Dale with him."
A few days after Christmas, as managed. "I appreciate it I'm ,
the living room. He held out a "Does that mean Dale will not
Dale stood at one of the windows in sure." He rose to his feet."That's "
small flat parcel as he'spoke. "Saveit go back to school? Mrs. Brady
for tomorrow." the Locust Hill Trust Company depositing all right, my boy. Just asked. ',.;../\.'

"Indeed I won't!" Lee's brown a modest check that had you keep it under your hat and ,I'll "Not as I ,understand it. Accord-
been a 'gift from his father, he was be looking for you to report on the ,
eyes were shining. "I never could ing to Henry, he's going'to finish -
conscious of a touch on the arm. A job about June. If I don't see you '\
wait until Christmas morning to his work and come back here in
man in the bank's uniform was at again before you leave-good luck!" "
look at my presents. Please the spring. "What would you say if I asked
his elbow. As and Dale left the -
Her eager fingers were already Evelyn private "I think I am rather sorry to you to marry me, Muriel?"
working with the ribbon that bound "Excuse me, Mr. Farwell. Will office, they almost collided with hear that:" Mrs. Brady, said the "Nothing. I can't talk and laughat
please' step into Mr. Marblestone's Cash The lifted his
the tissue-wrapped package. Then you Brady. lawyer words slowly. the same time."
office? This way. hat to Evelyn and bestowed a good- "
Lee was gazing in breathless delightat "So am I, Brady admitted witha
In some surprise, Dale followed natured smile on her companion in .
a small painting held in her two frown. "I wanted to see the boy
the messenger to a private officeat passing. Dale was conscious of a with
hands. go on his own work. Alwayshad
the far end of the ornate lobby. wish that he had not met Lee's fa- idea he NERVOUS?
"Like it? an might make some
"It's adorable. I'm afraid} don't sort of reputation for himself."

know how to tell you. It's so beau- Do you feel so nervous you want to scream?

tiful;" she added softly. i. I >' t M'f: t "Kid! Snap out, of that!" those Are you dearest cross to and you irritable? Do you scold

Dale gave a relieved sigh. # Dale's head stirred restlessly on If your nerves are on edge and you feel
i;;: 4 you need a good general system tonic, try
"Then I'm glad. I had just about o'zqflt his pillow. A troublesome dream Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
given it up. Then I was browsing ; held him., Pink coming to his side, made especially for women.

around over in the city and hap- .. fi ftl' __ shaking him roughly and telling him other For how over to 60 go years"smiling one woman thru"with has told reliable an-

pened in a funny little restaurant :' t he was late for school. His eyes Pinkham's Compound.It helps nature build
,/- down in the artist l\t, 7 w blinked up more physical resistance and thus helps
Village. Some 1' protestingly. Why was the calm quivering nerves and lessen discomforts
had a number of pictures on display _..'f \\ light burning? from annoying symptoms which often accompany -
there and I that As {1 "Kid! Kid!" female functional disorders. I
saw one. J4\\ Why not give it a chance to help YOU
soon as I looked at it, I knew it was )1 It was Pink. A heavy bathrobe Over one million women have written in

you. Do you know what it mademe .. lifi thrown over his green pajamas, hair reporting Compound.wonderful benefits from Pinkham's
think of?" ;;?}1 !' standing grotesquely on end. Callingin

"Of course," Lee answered quickly. tf JF a shrill insistent whisper.

"Our trip to Staten Island. It's .;I, f i j' "What the deuce is the matter?" Thorns From ThornsHe

that same soft haze over the water. l r3 a 4 "Pipe! down. You'll wake the dom- that plants thorns must nev-
The same coloring-and that old inie. Get down to the phone.' That to
er expect gather roses.-Pilpay.
house. I wish I knew how to tnank : "'iI 'ff is{ Y: Brady girl wants you."
you. Dale groped his way through the
"Can't you think of a nice way?" __ lower hall to the telephone', locatedit
was Dale's bold retort. = 2' and jerked the receiver to' his courting I

# By way of answer, Lee laid the ; ear. "Yes?" he called guardedly. !
picture carefully on the table, sk "This is Lee." I blindnessIs

crossed swiftly to Dale's chair, "What's wrong?"

leaned down and touched his cheek ; i d "Dale I need Can what
you. you come you are doing when you neg-
lightly with her lips. F over right away?" )ect twitching,watery, bloodshot,

"There." You're thanked. 3 "Sure. Want me to get wora to sore eyes. Leonardi's Golden Eye ..
"Lee! anybody first?" Lotion cures nearly every eye dis -\1

Dale was still under the spell of "No, no. Hurry! And bring your ease. Cools, heals and strengthens.
that ilrst little kiss when he reachedthe 3 "
parsonage and found Pink in .
Within five minutes
the kitchen staring moodily at a backing the car from the garage.He .
dressed that
turkey reposed on the
had waited but long enough to
table. I don his shoes and trousers, supple- 35C at all druggist
"That's the fourth one of them sort of had me bothered," Pink offered. New Large Size with Dropper-50 cents
menting his costume with his father's
things sent here today by the domi- I S. B. Leonard & Co., New Rochelle, N. T.
nie's flock." the cook explained dis- His surprise deepened when he saw ther under the particular circum- heavy ulster as he hurried

gustedly. "The ice box is lousy Evelyn smiling from a chair near stances. frOm the house.
with turks. Come her father's desk.' Marblestone "Dale!" Evelyn exclaimed, when As'he leaped up the steps of the Common Sweets
on out on a
porch a minute. 1 want to show greeted his caller with a genial sa the big roadster was in motion. Brady porch, the front door swung And sweets grown common lose
you somethin'." I lute. "You don't know how thrilled I am op=en. Lee, her face white and their dear delight.-Shakespeare.

The i : "Hello, Dale. Draw up a chair. over the idea of your coming back drawn with anxiety, stared at him
something proved to be a
small Christmas tree concealed at I've been intending to ask you in I, here to stay. I think it's wonderful pitifully. She seemed unable to

the end of the refrigerator. for a chat. Evelyn happened to see for you. I'll like it, too." speak.

"It' sort of had me bothered," you when you came in." The banker "It does sound wonderful. So' "What's the trouble?" Dale demanded -

Pink offered in some perplexity. cleared his throat impressively. wonderful that I hate to turn it in a low voice. "Is it your

"You know the dominie always in- "We'll get down to business. Whenare down." mother?" e I 'Cap-Brush"AppIicator ,

sisted on your havin' a tree, same you leaving?" "Whatever do you mean!" "Yes I don't know. She and JUST A makes"BLACK LEAF 40GO "
as he always draws the line against "I think about as soon as 1. can "It's decent of your father to give daddy went away this morning" DASH IN FEATHERS., MUCH FARTHER

goin' out anywhere on Christmas.Of get ready after New Year's." me time to think it over. But I Lee broke off with a nervous sob.

course you're pretty old for such "You're taking over some sort ofa : know what the answer has to be.I "Take it easy." Dale's hand ..

dofunnies now, but I figured you school job for the spring months, can't do it." caught her slim shoulder in a com-

mightn't be here another time and I believe you told me." "Surely you're joking, Dale." forting clasp. "Try to tell me about And All Is Well

maybe he'd sort of expect it. What "Yes, sir." Evelyn swung the roadster to a it. Where did they go?" Today is the tomorrow you wor-

do you think?" "Um-m. You know, Dale, I've skillful halt at the curb in front of "To Trenton. On, Dale! TaKe me ried about yesterday.

"Mighty thoughtful of you, Pink. been thinking about you since we the parsonage. She shut off the mo- there as quick as you can!t" Lee

I'll help you fix it, if you like." had that visit at your house. That tor and sat eyeing her passenger freed herself to-drag her coat from

"The dominie looks pretty good profession of yours may be very in- reproachfully."No the hall tree with shaking hanvis.

these days, don't you think?" teresting and all that. But you ," Dale observed thoughtfully "Something has happened," she

"Fine. Why?" won't ever make much money at it. "I don't think I'm joking. I've 1 managed. "The police-they found \)

"I dunno. Look here, kid. I don't And I've got a good opening here put in four hard years preparing for our car. It was empty! Oh, you

think it would hurt none to tell you for you No, wait!" He ges- :i my own job. I like my work. I feel will take me!"

he's been glad to have you stickin'so tured with his cigar as Dale start- sure that I can make good in it andI "Why, of course." Dale sensed me

close to the house lately. Goin' ed to speak. don't know the first thing about urgency of the situation without NO MORE WORMS

places with him and everything. He "Let me tell you about it. I've banking. There's another thing, waiting for further explanation. Nor ,
thinks you're makin' a swell job of often wished Evelyn were a boy, or Evelyn. I want to make my own did Lee trust herself to speak until eeDEAD

yourself. Pretty tough if you ever that I had a son. But it's too lateto start in life, first. That's why I the Farwell sedan was slipping ,Dr. Peery's Vermifuge kills and

was to let him down." do anything about that. What I know I'm going to decline your fa swiftly through the empty streets. expels Worms and Tapeworm in

When the tree was decorated it mean is, I'd like to have somebodyI ther's offer. I don't want to be car- "It's so good of you, Dale. I'm a few hours. Good for grown-ups; ,

made a brave showing, its base could depend on around here. I'm ried. If you know what I mean." all right now. I can think, with too. One dose does the trick.
heaped about with beginning to need someone like that "I don't know." There was
sundry parcelsand a you here. You see, daddy left' on a Dr.Peery's'DEADSHOT'vermifuge fb.
packages. Jonathan Farwell more and more. Mixed up in more pleading note in Evelyn's voice. business trip and he thought the

gave a brief tribute to its beauty things every year. You can under- "I've been so happy thinking whatit ride would be good for mother. She

when he entered the parlor later, stand. Whoever I take on will havea would mean to you. I never was to spend the day with some

but Dale caught a sudden light in chance to get somewhere and to dreamed you would turn down sucha friends and they were going to drive Spl-

his tamers dark" eyes that made make some real money. See?" chance." home before dinner.TO .

him understand that Pink had been "That's awfully good of you, sir. I "I'm sorry." ( BE CONTINUED) Wight's 50c Pill a bottle Co., 100 nt Gold druggists!st., N.Y.or City.
right. But ." "Couldn't you try it, if-if I asked
Dale's remembrance from Lee "I know. I know. You're think- you to?" Artificial Flowers 1

was a small wallet bearing his initials ing that you've invested a lot of "That wouldn't be fair to your fa Artificial flowers are made from
in gold letters. The' memory time and money in a profession and ther. He asked me to think it over the inside out, put together by hand
of their ride, to the island promptedthe that you can't throw it away. You and I will. But I know now what even in large factories. They are

selection., Lee had not forgotten won't be. Scientific training never the answer will have to be." used not only for a fashion. Harvard

either. hurt a business man. Not these university has a rare'collectionof '

Rather to his surprise there wasa days. It's a good foundation. I'll "By the way," Cassius Brady in- glass -flowers to demonstrate Have you anything aroundthe
second and bulkier parcel bear- bet you've learned to look into formed his family casually, as the Amurican botany. Some churchesuse house you would liketo
ing the greeting card of Cassius things closely, study them. You'ddo three of them formed an after-din "make-believe" silver and gold trade or sell?Try a cIas-

Brady. The contents proved to bea the same thing to business prop- ner circle about the living room fire, altar flowers because real ones de Classified sified ad. The cost is only

dog's-eared book, but a note with- ositions. After you had a ,little "I heard a bit of news today. Our cay so quickly. Artificial flowers ADS a few cents and there are .

in the leaves in the lawyer's training herein the bank, I'llvager friend Dale is going to settle downin have been made of many materials, sei T probablyalotoffolkslook for
ing just whatever "
crabbed handwriting furnished an you'd be a hard fellow to put any- Locust Hill and become one of London's zoo having some of humming Results you no longer have use it for.is ('
explanation. thing over on." the leading citizens." birds' feathers.






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OUR COMIC SECTION, SUNDAY |LessonBy .This revolving worlds For been .

HAKOL.D L.. LUNLiyUlSl, O. D. thcv"U'.d'or
Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof yeta\3

Western Newspaper Chicago. Union. And "to tkink of itSometimes

, M /- Snoopie' I D Lesson for September 11 bores rt\e.jut'toie.

MORAL .: .r.5 !
1 R'rc C""e:

1I I i p'=::; = LESSON TEXT-I Samuel 10.21-25: 15:
HUH-- TI 20-23: 31:3.6.GOLDEN .
TEXT-To obey Is better than
WE'LL SEE WHO'S I 79i/ :" sacrifice. I Samuel 15:22. .b

/ CHAMP---DEFEND l B lJ l\\

YoURSELF, / ( II|THERE Moral failure is the direct resultof

/ // FaAM (EMSTE1u, _T o disobedience to God. This follows -

Iii I INO from the fact that the moral
order established in the universewas i

established by God. He, then. WNU Service.

is the One who knows the right way.

"God is always right and when we

are against' God, we are always Snow Crystals to
wrong. To walk a road leading

Q. away from God is to travel straightto Embroider. on Linen

ruin, and this is what Saul did" ,

(Wilbur M. Smith).
The story of Saul's choice as king,
his personal qualifications for lead- A LETTER comes telling the

ership and his ultimate disgrace and story of mats a clever girl I

death, is.one that should give pauseto designed for her dressing table. '
woman who The problem was to make them to
every young man or
has been afflicted with presentdayideas fit spaces of unusual size. Her

that brilliance of mind, quick- room color scheme was blue and

1-\>=-' R-RECKON i ness of wit, and apparent worldly white and a design of white em-

success, apart from obedient sub- broidered snow crystals on cool

o -I'' mission to God, are satisfactoryends blue linen was what she wanted.

0 in themselves. "There is a Here is the way she achieved *

W 1 T'i way that seemeth right unto a man, charming result.
but the end thereof are the ways of The linen was cut the desired

G death" (Prov. 16:25): size and narrow hems creased

I I. "There Is None Like Him" (10. : with a warm iron The hems were

Saul was chosen of God to be

c1-3. -C, J Israel's first king. God Himself iiJ l

had been their king, but they in P
their willful unbelief wanted to be

like neighboring nations. And the

choice of both God and the people 2

y fell on Saul, for there was "none J

(Copyright. W. :. C.) / L. r J like him among all the people."

Never has a man been privilegedto I-MARK BY '
enter more auspiciously upon DRAWING HEM

high office. Physically he.was well- AROUND A COIN
? equipped, head and shoulders above
the people (10:23): ). Mentally he Sup 3
MORSE A MINUTE '! NO was fitted for leadership. He was

P. Q nn / WILL HE BITE? humble ((9:21). He was spiritually

N right ((10:6-9): He had a tolerant then backstitched in white from

/ \WILL ME RUN and kindly spirit (11:13). He wasa the right side with three strands

;; N 0 AWAY ? successful military leader (ch. 11). of six-strand mercerized embroidery -

t / For two years all went well, but cotton. She wanted the arrangement -

:: then came the crisis which proved of the snow crystals to

o l that all was not as it should be, be helterskelterjust as they

when Saul presumptuously took the would fall; so she took a hand-

1 place of Samuel as priest and madean ful of coins and tossed them onto

offering (13:9-13): This was later the linen. There was a 50-cent

followed by his disobedience in sparing piece; a quarter; some dimes,

P Agag.II. nickels and pennies. After sev-
) "To Obey Is Better Than Sac- eral tosses she drew around each

4) LS rifice" ((15:20-23)). coin where it fell.
: God had commanded that there
y Still using three strands of the
r must be utter destruction of the
white cotton she took four stitches
I Amalekites and their possessions-
across the marked circle and then
something like the of dis-
brought the.needle out in the cen-
ease-infested house-a wiping out of
ter, as shown here in step 2, ready
WELL, Wl-ty SHOULD a king and'people who were con- to take a tiny stitch to bind the
demned of God. We
not fully
od I I I HOLD may long stitches together. The crys-
understand this act of God, but if we
HIM tals were embroidered over the
z ll (''h11 r? know Him we will not doubt that it '
Ir long stitches, the larger ones be-
9 accordance with His infinite
r9 was in
I ac ing more elaborate than the smaller -
wisdom and love.'
as illustrated here The stitch
Saul chose to disobey later
used is'shown in step 3. Ninety
tending that it was done because of
other embroidery stitches are pic-
v 1ti the people, that sheep and oxen had
{ tured in my Sewing Book No. 2.
been spared for a sacrifice to 'the
Also dozens of things you can
ByJ. Lord. Samuel cuts through his hypocrisy -
make in your spare time' to use'or
and declares that God wants
Watt to sell. Order today
Millar your copy
obedience rather than sacrifice. Thisis
\ and be among the thousands of
1 f lesson that who
a many professto
c women who are finding this book
follow the Lord have not learned.
useful. Enclose 25 cents and ask
III. "The Battle Went Sore AgainstSaul"
for,Book 2. Address: Mrs. Spears,
r (31:3-6): .
rJ 210 S. Desplaines St., Chicago, Ill.
This quotation from 3
I' OWNU Bell Syndicate.WNU Service. relates -
to a particular battle, but it

i may well be applied to the entire

r battle of Saul's life. Having once

begun the downward path of pre- A

sumption and disobedience, the descent -

5 ANbaUit A rJ D yo uc5AID became rapid.
The to whom God had t
man givena ( aa 6VA *jii. iB iv
? MAIL th
? make-BY -
3 5A4 t yA new heart and upon whom He had T. *jl -World's No.l FIT-RITE
60OvX-''Dental Plates for men and women
ZPOti-t' COME IIJ7t2 poured out His Spirit fell to such a from Impressions taken in your home.
CKIN Y Jot1 r .LIKE MyPoiNb, low state that we find him in I Sam- DAYS' GUARANTEE YOU'LL MONEY-BE
tMA r 1 GET IERSELfh1o'r4IE.1z uel 28 consulting a witch, a spiritistic TRI AL SATISFIED.Monthly payments possible.
and catalog.
FREE month-forms easy
W I T4 DER medium, seeking opportunity to WRITE MB TODAY1 1 C. T. Johnaon. Pres. of
-. MUDDY1 1'oESAN ; speak with Samuel, who had already D UNITED.pt.9W1'STATES 1555 Milwaukee.DENTAL Av*.COMPANY,Chicago,III.
gone to his reward.

Spiritism is an evil current in our

day, and therefore it may be wellto Mightier Love
f--- point out that while mediums do Hatred never yet was overcomeby
TT hatred but hatred is always
seem to have the power to simu- ,
late the dead, they bring this about overcome by love.-Buddha.

G through familiar spirits (I Sam. 28: I

TE 7), that is through communicationwith

i evil spirits. The dead do not 1

: actually return, but they are repre-
sented by demonic agents. When the

witch of Endor called on her famil-
iar spirit, God intervened and actu- Help Them Cleanse the Blood

ally brought Samuel from the deadto of Harmful Body Waste

1ErZPop N9 Y }Er! 1 the great surprise of the witch. waste Your matter kidneys from are the constantly blood stream.filtering But

Sate ? 1I I No Christian should ever have any- kidneys sometimes lag In their work-do.
o 7E 'tAt.1 not act as Nature intended-fail to remove
do with
thing to Spiritism. If he
Impurities that, if retained, may
5 t. 'P'PE 'rti O U (a'va does he indicates that his spirituallife poison the system and upset the whole
Po : is at very low ebb. and that he body machinery. be nagging backache
J ME W L'1-f A.o Symptoms may
( is in real souldanger.The persistent headache,attacks of dizziness.
f Av'D Lt I death of Saul writes a tragic under getting the up eyes nights-a feeling swelling of puffiness nervous

end to a, promising' life, destroyednot anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
I Other signs of kidney or bladder dISorder -
so much by outside influencesas may be burning, scanty or too
P r by the moral decay within. The frequent urination.
t There should be no doubt that prompt
v wise man said that as a man "think- treatment is wiser than neglect. Use
C eth in his heart so is he" (Prov Doan't Pills. Doan't have been winningnew
friends for more than forty years.
23:7). It may not show today or They have a nation-wide reputation.
C. M. tomorrow, but eventually the heart Are recommended by grateful people the
Payne country over. Ask your nnghooil.J
that is wrong leads to a life thatis

,t OWNU Fae & I wrong. "Keep thy heart with all,
Bell Syndicate.-WNU Service. diligence: for out of it are the issues -

of life" '(Prov. 4:23).


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to the boys on scouting and stat sion, who toured the southern partof fined in Article 10 Section 1, of the a, sufficent sum to pay the principleand
Miss Ward HonoredAt Constitution for the year 1939 and interest of the existing indebtedness -
I time the state urging Townsenditesto
ed that although the charter "
.l thereafter. Said title may be held by of the State.
was up for the local troop thatan attend. the entireties jointly, or in common
Tea FridayA with others, and said exemption
additional two weeks would be may A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan
in' bottom be apportioned
Besides trips glass. among such of the Amendment to Article ,XIV of the
given for re-registration. After his boats through which the wondersof owners as shall reside thereon, as their Constitution of Florida Relating to
respective interests
lovely tea was that given at talk a variety of scout games were Silver 'Springs were enjoyed, the no such exemption of shall more appear than, Five but the Additional State :Militia Section by Adding Specially Theretoan applIcable -

A. Bestor played until ,a late hour. Refresh- conventioneers given dem- Thousand Dollars shall be allowed toanyone Recognized
the home of Mrs. Horace were ; a to the Federally
person or dwelling
of ice cream and cookies any one Troops Known as the Florida National --
Friday afternoon complimentingMiss ments onstration of how poisonous rep- house, nor shall the amount of the Guard.
Ward who on Monday were served. tiles --are milked of their venom by exemption allowed any person 'exceed
: Mildred I \. the proportionate assessed valuation BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS-
became the bride of Mrs. Destor's -, Those attending were: Mr. Gaskin Ross Allen and his Reptile Insti- based on the interest owned by such LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLOR-
L. C. Rosenberg. person. The Legislature may prescribe: IDA: That the following amendmentto
Scoutmaster tute.
Judson V. Francis. ,
brother, appropriate and reasonable laws regu- Article XIV of the Constitution of
The living room, dining room and Owen Wlnn, Ed VonMach, John Tho second gathering; was the lating the manner of establishing the Florida relating to the State Militiaby
Ford Bobby right to said exemption. adding thereto an additional Sec-
enclosed porch were decorated with Robbins, Morris three-day celebration of the Golden tion to be known da Section 5 of said

vases of dwarf zinnias in pastel Broadfoot, G. 1 1'. Waters, jr., Sher- Jubilee of the Florida Christian A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan Article the federally XIV recognized specially applicable State troops to

shades and other garden flowers. wood Hall, Dick Owens Hervey Endeavor Union which attracted Amendment to Section 21 of ArticleS known as the National Guard Is hereby -
at Bourne, Buddy Vaughn and Junior several hundred religious leaders '< of Constitution of the State of ; agreed to and shall be submittedto
:Mrs. R. Y. Patterson Florida Relating to the Publication of the electors of the State of Floridafor
the beautifully appointed tea table and Waldron. representing every part of the Notice of Intention to Pass Local or ratification or rejection: at the
lace state. Special Laws. next General Election to be held in
which was overlaid with a BE IT RESOLVED
BY THE LEGISLATURE 1938, as follows:
cloth. Hendry''' Co. Schools- OF THE STATE OF FLOR- "Section 5. FLORIDA NATIONAL
IDA: That the following amendmentto
Mrs. Bestor GUARD.-(a) Whenever there shall
Miss "Ward assisted The first car of Sea Island Cot- Section 21 of Article 3 of the Constitution -,
be in the State of Florida a federally
of the State of Florida
in receiving callers. ton to be shipped from Florida this as recognized National Guard, the same
from 'one) amended at the election
(Continued page general in
included Mrs. F. shall be sui generis and subject tc-
The guest list season was reported from Ocala by 1928, be, and the same is hereby agreedto (
months term and will work toward the lawful orders of the Governor,
Scharn- and shall be
Herman submitted for ratifi-
Deane Duff, Mrs. R. A. Stratford, county agent of who shall be Commander in Chief.
He feels that cation
or rejection the
next by qualified
Mrs. that end year. (b) The National Guard shall be
R. Y. sup-
berg, Mrs. Pattern .
Marion county.A electors of the State of Florida votingat
obtainable and the Stateof
best teachers ported maintained by
W. C. Owen, the the general election be
M. E. VonMach, Mrs. to neld In Florida pursuant to provisions of
C. been secured for the Clewiston November, A. D. 1938; that is to say,
Mrs. law prescribed for organizing, arming,
:Mrs. F.1Wright., '
that Section 21
of 3
Article of the
schools and urges cooperation of contract for the sinking of a governing and discipling said National
Prewitt Mrs. Constitution of the State of Florida
Prewitt, Mrs\ M. M. Guard in accordance with the Acts of I.
W. P. Vaughn, sr., Mrs. H. T. patrons in making this a most suc- new !900-foot deep-water well at shall follows be amended so as to read as Congress and regulations of the United .
cessful year. Orlando was let last week. The : States War Department thereunto II
Vaughn, Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, jr., Section 21. In all cases enumeratedin pertaining. (c) Officers of the federally
H. C.
Mr. Miner, accompanied by new well is expected to increase the
:Mrs. J. Wi. Moore, the preceding Section all laws recognized National Guard, Including -
J. Lov- Kolstad, made an inspection of the city's water supply about 3,000- shall be general and of uniform oper- the Adjutant General, shallbe
Miss Mary Moore, Mrs. C. Beach colored ation throughout the State, but In all appointed, and shall be subject to
vorn, Mrs. Keathley Bowden, Mrs. Harlem and Bear 000 gallons daily. cases not enumerated or excepted In suspension discharge, removal or com-
schools this week and are having that Section the Legislature may pass pulsory retirement as such, solely on
M. W. Bigg, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. window shades and some new s special or local laws, except as now the basis of military proficiency, char-
Elbert L. Ste.wartfiss:! Ollie Moor- or hereafter otherwise provided In the acter and service, as determined according -
Mrs. equipment added in those schools FOR RENT-Furnished upstairs Constitution: PROVIDED that no to army regulations and usages
man, Mrs. W W. Perry, Monday local or special bill shall be passed, nor sanctioned by law, anything in this
George A. Yon, Mrs. C. E. this'week prior to the openjng I bedroom suitable for one or two shall any local or special law establishIng Constitution to the contrary, notwith- .':,l)
1\1iner'l persons. Phone 376 or call atpre'mises. or abolishing municipalities, or standing, (d) The qualification of of-
jMrs. H. C. Jones, Mrs. providing for their government. juris- ficers and soldiers of the Federally
F. Williamson..
Jones, Miss Dorothy Hare, Mrs. diction and powers, or altering or Recognized,. National Guard shall be
Double Tragedy Is amending the same, be passed, unless prescribed In military' regulations
Evelyn Spikes, Mrs. W. F. Simpson notice of intention to apply therefor I I promulgated in accordance with the
Mrs\ J. F. Curry, Mrs. Rob- shall have been published In the man- general, specifications of the U. S.
ner provided bylaw where the matteror War Department."
ert N. Smith, Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Narrowly NOTICE OF ELECTION thing to be affected may be situated The votes cast m compliance with

Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. J. F. CONSTITUTIONAL, AMENDMENTS I which notice shall be publishedIn said proposed amendments, and the
the manner provided by law at canvass, declarations and returns
Tippey WHEREAS, the legislature 1937 least thirty days prior to Introductioninto
thereof, shall be subject to the same
Mrs. Zerney Meredith, Miss Eunice ,, (Moore Haven Democrat) under the Constitution of 1885, of the the Legislature of any such bill. regulations and restrictions as are
Mere'dith, Mrs.: J. G. Niblack, Buddy Beck, 11-year old son of State of Florida, did pass four Joint The evidence that such notice has been provided by law for general electionsin
Resolutions proposingamendments to published shall be established in the the State of Florida.
Mrs. B. A. Bourne Mrs. Fred Hen- R. O. Beck of Miami narrowly escaped the Constitution of the State of Flor- Legislature before such bill shall be
death Sunday while en route ida, and the same were agreed to bya passed and such evidence shall be IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF
ricksen, Mrs. E. P. Mutrux, Mrs. vote of three fifths of all the mem- ,filed or preserved with the bill in the I have hereunto set my
/. D. Bruce, jr., Miss Beatrice Ja- here to attend the funeral of his bers elected to each house: that the I I office of the Secretary of State in I hand and affixed 'the Great
said votes said Joint Resolutions were I such the shall (SEAL) Seal of the State of Florida .
An- grandfather, W. T. Beck. It is on manner as Legislature
cobs C. Kolstad] Mrs. at
Mrs. H. Tallahassee, the Capital -
entered upon their respective provide, and the fact that such notice
nie Moran, Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. that he owes his life to 'an air with the yeas and nays thereon, and II was established in the Legislature this the 30th day of .
pocket which formed inside their they did determine and direct that shall In every case be recited upon the July, A. D., 1938.
Mrs. Josephine
J. W. be submittedto Journals R. A. GRAY.
the said Joint Resolutions of the Senate and of the \
Knight Miss Hazel Prince, Miss car after it had plunged into a I the electors of the State at the House of Representatives; PROVIDED -. Secretary of State.

Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, roadside canal near Canal Point. I IBuddy's General Election in November 1938. however, no publication of any
Lois Prince, and NOW, THEREFORE I, R. A. Gray, such law shall be required hereunder .
Mrs. M. Meluh, Mrs. John Lucca, father was driving Secretary of State of the State of when such law contains a provisionto
Mrs. H. J. Oglesby, Miss Louise managed to extricate himself as the Florida, do hereby give notice that a the effect that the same shall not

Moore, Mrs. F. M. Dunn, Mrs. A. car left the highway and plungedinto GENERAL ELECTIONwill become ratified or operative approved or at effective a referendum until floc ont SAFE
the canal. He immediatelydove be held In each county in Floridaon election to be called and held in the
Ward Mrs. R. C. Nowling Mrs..
O. Tuesday next succeeding the first territory affected in accordance witha
G. H. Small, Miss Mary Markette, into the canal, kicked out a Monday in November, A. D. 1938, the provision therefor contained in such

Mrs. C. E. Mills and Mrs. B. E.. glass and rescued his son and his said EIGHTH Tuesday DAY being OF the NOVEMBERfor bill, or provided by general law

pet dog from the submerged ma-
Herring. the ratification or rejection of the
chine. Mr. Beck was cut by splin- said Joint Resolutions proposing A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan !
Amendment to Section 2 of Article
tered glass but Buddy escaped with- amendments to the Constitution of the IX of the Constitution of Florida Relating -

lilllffilm! rnm out injury. Buddy told, his father"I State of Florida, viz: to Taxation and Finance by ,
III JIJ1I A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing: Adding Thereto a Requirement That
pl just stayed in the air pocket the Amendment of Section 7 of ArticleX the Legislature Shall Provide for
TriE of the Constitution Relating the
Raising Revenue to Defray State Ap-
until came for me, daddy. ,
you Exemption of Homesteads from Taxation propriations Made for the Benefit of f
Harold Johnson, a brotherinlaw the Uniform System of Public Free
ChurchesCOM1LUNITY of Mr. Beck's who was, alreadyin BE IT RESOLVED BY: THE LEGIS- Schools, and of the State Institutionsof
LATURE OE THE STATE, OF FLOR- Higher Learning as a Part qf the
; Moore Haven went to Canal IDA: That the following amendmentof expenses of the State on an Equal- but PROFITABLEqhere
LJ' Irniid Point and brought them here after Section 7 of Article X of the Con- ity Therewith.
'II llffillm III II !I stitution of the State of Florida relating BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS-
notification of the accident had to the exemption of homesteadsfrom LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLOR-
been received here by telephone. taxation be, and the same is IDA: That the following amendmentof are several safe places for
CHURCH hereby, agreed to, and shall be sub- Section 2 of Article IX pt the Con- your savings..in a safe depositbox
Forest C. Taylor, Minister mitted to the electors of the Stateat stitution of Florida relating to tax- in bonds invested
the General Election of Representa- ation and finance be and the same Is government ,
Civil Service Exams atlves In 1938, for approval or rejec- hereby agreed to and shall be sub- here, etc. The principal difference 'k
..... Services will be held next Sun- tion; that is to say, that the said mitted to the quajifled electors of the is that HERE .,
I Section 7 of Article X of the Con State of Florida for ratification or I your savings earn a
day morning as usual. The programfor For Classified LaborersAn stitution be amended so as to read as rejection at the next ensuing general generous profit for you.., becauso
the week is ,as follows: follows: "election to be held in November, 1938. I they work constantly and profitably
I That is to that Section 2 of ArticleIX ,
Every person' who has the legal titleor say
school morningat
Sunday Sunday
beneficial title in equity to real of the Constitution of Florida be amply secured by many homes.
9:45. open competitive examination property in this State and who resides and the same is hereby amended so
Civil thereon and in good faith makes as to read as follows:
Morning worship and sermon at 'is announced by the U. S.
"Section 2, The Legislature shall
the same his or her permanent home
11:00. Service Commission for the posi- or the permanent home of another or provide for raising revenue to defraythe Clewiston Federal

The regular meeting of the tion of classified laborers for workon ] others legally or naturally dependentupon expenses of the State including
said person, shall be entitled to state appropriations for the benefitof
Board of Trustees Monday eveningat government lock reservations in an exemption from all taxation, exceptfor the uniform system of public free Savings and Loan
eight o'clock. this area. The position carriesa assessments for special benefits, schools provided in accordance with
Article XII of the Constitution, and
up to the assessed valuation of Five
Junior choir rehearsal .Monday salary of $!J60 to $1500 a year. Thousand Dollars on the said homeland of the State Institutions of Higher AssociationLUBRICATES
evening at seven. Applications must be on file not contiguous real property, as de- i Learning, for each fiscal year, and .also
Senior Christian Endeavor meet- later than September 15: .

ing at eight o'clock Monday. Applicants must possess a num-

Senior choir rehearsal Thursday ber of the usual civil service qualifications -

evening at eight. and will be subjected loa
The public is cordially invited to strength test consisting of raising :-

worship in the Community Church. and shouldering a sack and

contents weighing 125 pounds.

Rev. and Mrs. Forest C. Taylor They must be at least eighteen
returned home Saturday from Fort years of age and less than fifty.

Lauderdale where Mr. Taylor supplied Their duties are to perform common -

the pulpit of the First Pres- : labor but enough intelligence

byterian Church during the monthof Is required that they may be assigned ,

August. The usual services were : at any time to'- tasks above

held in the Clewiston Community the level of common labor.

Church last Sunday in charge of

the minister of the congregation.The [ SILVER SPRINGS CROWDED

Sunday school rooms of the

Community Church are being reno- Sept. 8, (FNS) .-Two

vated, repaired, and repainted. With outstanding gatherings of" statewide

some changes in the arrangementof interest filled local hotels and Silver -I I

the classes it is hoped that the Springs with prominent busi- ,

crowded condition of ,,the school ness, political and religious I-

may be somewhat overcome.' A num- ever the Labor Day weekend.The aders..

ber of new electric fans have been Townsend convention,

placed in the church which will first statewide meeting of advocates -

add to the comfort of those. who of the Townsend pension plan

attend. i ever held in Florida,' attracted representatives -' :?' $ "t ,'

from practically every ... ,
ALTAR-SOCIETY TO HOLD club in the state. Congressman Joe

BENEFIT CARD PARTY Hendricks and "Lex" Green, and r : \'.

U. S. Senator Charles 0 Andrews, ; .
There will be a benefit card
addressed the convention. Other '
party given by the Altar Societyof speakers on the program included "

St. Margaret's Church at the various members of the state cab- ;jF'
home of Mrs. B. A. I
inet and Wendell C. Heaton, state ,

Thursday, September 15th, begin-. industrial commissioner. Many JE ,
at three o'clock. \ti
ning w
members of the state legislature
were also present for the occasion -

PARTY WEDNESDAY; Labor was N well represelitod at ,

the convention. Wendell Iloaton.

Scout ,Executive J. A. Gaskin, head of the Florida Federation: of _.

of Bradenton; was host at a birth- Labor, acting as official spokes GUIf yASOUxt UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES

day party for the Clewiston Boy "Aj

Scout troop which was held Wednesday man.Much publicity was given the w ltiA' 0 INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR ..

evening at the school house. convention by Jerry Carter, memberof

Mr.* Gaskin made a brief talk the Florida Railroad Commis' __ '. .. rPAGD
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