The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00700
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 16, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00700
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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\' Mr. and Mrs. Milton H. I Kiwanis Club Enjoys 1260 Pupil :Enrolled As ',

I Fish Fry WednesdayThe

}> Crouch Killed Sunday Kiwanis Club met Wednesday -I Clewiston School Opens ',

evening in regular session but

i In Automobile Crash instead the Clewiston of holding Inn the as meeting customary at, Monday For New TermGraves

enjoyed a fish fry on the bankof I
the Industrial Canal near the I

; Rural Route Proves New Comm'rAmerican I
f(; CHARGE OF The culinary skill of D. G. Aston MARKS START OF i
r.< .'.MANSLAUGHTEROne A. O. Ward, Gideon Brown '38-39 TERM
With Patrons Legion i
:e.--: Popular and R. M. Bishop was attested to I Post\II

of the most tragic occur- by the fact that fifty pounds o( The Clewiston school opened

r--: ences in the ,history of the Ever- Postmaster A. W. Sias and his fish which they fried during theve'ning The Clewiston American' Legion Monday morning for the 1938-39 I
'. glades was the automobile accident were cleaned uP.by the
: assistant A. W. Lawrence madea term with
. Post No. 93 elected S. A. Graves, an enrollment twenty
twenty-three members
y guests
near Clewiston early Sunday survey of the proposed rural
present. Each member was delegated of LaBelle, as commander of the larger than on the opening day
morning which resulted in the route Thursday afternoon and find
death' of Mr. and Mrs. Milton H. that the future patrons of the to one particular task and all post during the year; C. V. Park- last term. Everything possible had

Crouch, prominent 'Clewistou pro- route are well pleased with the but one member present to make inson 'as Vice-Commander; R. N. been done prior to the opening to \

duce broker and his wife. arrangement.The the affair a tremendous success. Miller as Adjutant and H. R. Hallas prevent confusion during the first
Dick Hall in for his share of
;)rte Mr. and Mrs. Crouch were returning postal authorities had asked Chaplain at the regular monthly I few days and the classes had set- /
of the
supervisor coffee
glory as
for at least two hundred familiesas
W to Clewiston from a visit
I patrons pot and the coffee produced, was meeting Tuesday evening at the tIed well into routine by the mid-
" with friends in Pahokee when their by September 15 in
said to have been excellent.It Clewiston Inn. dle of the week.
Pontiac sedan. was side-swiped bja I order to make possible the new I
j was, announced that at the In the absence of the The
Chevrolet coach containing a I route. The survey showed that there post com- opening assembly was heldin
group of men from Moore Haven. will be a great many in excess of next meeting of the club at the mander, F. M. Wright, the meet- the school auditorium at nine
: Inn next Wednesday night that ing presided by Louis O. o'clock
The accident occurred on a straight that number. 174 boxes had already was over Monday morning with a

,r strip of highway a short distance been ordered Thursday and Ralph Vervoort, general agent for Gravely, of LaBelle. Mr. Graves was large number of patrons present.A .
. the Clyde-Mallory Steamship Lineof also absent, being in Atlanta on "America"
west of the Bishop Poultry Farm many families are getting their song opened the
Miami would be the guest speaker. business connected with the PWA
, : The Crouch car overturned one or mail in boxes with other families. program after which Rev. Marshall
. more times on the shoulder of the The route is 49.95 miles in length Mr. Vervoort delivered the bac- loan on the Clewiston school building Mines, pastor of the Clewiston Bap-

k" road and came to rest on its top) and will take in the major planta- .. calaureate address here several tist Church, led the devotional. A

;A ,. in five feet of water in the roadside tion villages of the United States years ago and is said to be a Very little business was transacted piano solo by Miss Alice Stein-

::., canal. Tlie bodies were recovered Sugar Corporation. Deliveries arc speaker of exceptional ability. other than the election of' officers I. holtz was much enjoyed after

j-, in a few minutes and exhaustIf' scheduled to start October 1 but and following the businessa which Rev. Forest C. Taylor, pastor -
it is not known at this time who I few impromptu talks were en- of the Community Church and
: ive efforts at resuscitation were
I will be appointed to the, route. FARMING OPERATION joyed from the various members. Rev. Mines gave short talks in
:i : made before hope was given up. which they promised the
- cooper-
; However, doctors who examined the
ation of their churches in makingthis

:,:r'" not bodies: caused have by stated drowning that death and that was I!,I LAST RITES FOR MR. SAID BELOW NORMALFall SECOND ROUND PLAY Each a teacher successful was school introduced year. and

both Mr. and Mrs. Crouch were
.. made a few comments. Coach Homer -

killed water. before their car entered the II I AND MRS. CROUCH farming operations in the IN GOLF TOURNEY IS Wakefield outlined his athletic

1 I I Clewiston area have begun but program for the year and discussed
j jEd
The Chevrolet occupants were
briefly six-man football which he

L. Smith, said to have been HELD HERE TUESDAYFuneral according ing will be to a reliable little later sources this plant fall STARTED THIS WEEK hopes to introduce in the school

the driver'at the time of the accident than ordinarily. Considerable acreage this year. Miss Steinholtz, who has
and J. Paul Reviere, both j had considerable experience in
is being prepared for planting -
, state road'department employees, services for Mr.rand teaching music, promised to cooperate -
" at this time and some has already Second round match play in the
, Tom A. Vaughn, superintendent of Mrs. Milton H. Crouch were held been ,with the teachers of the '
planted. of the Merchants' Cham iou-
Most Everglades "
k-| constructioK Ebershach.I ., Construction .- Tuesdac, morning_: :, in the Clewiston II III early fall plantings will. be string_ shipgot tsndei vay"-tliTs" week_ with "Various-gftfcIeVlirteaching the fundamentals :" 1'

; company"and :./I*. Rob I Community Church as" scores of beans-.!!! some rather hot matches scheduled of music to every1- School ____-. _
erts, manager of the Moore Haven I friends gathered with the sorrowing ; pupil. All teachers were present including -
Among those who have prepared to be played off by next Sunday,
office of the Inter-County Tele- I relatives to pay their last tribute Miss Mary Montgomery,
company. I land for planting or who have at the Clewiston Golf Club. Favored -
phone and Telegraph to the deceased. English and Latin instructor whose
already begun planting in this area among them to put up a close -
Vaughn, the owner of the car, isfrom I name was omitted from the list giv-
The church was beautifully decorated are: G. B. McDuffie, 200 acres; battle will be Tom Shelley of Clew-
had arrived in
Orlando and en last week.
with the floral offerings W. S. Bowdoin, 200 acres; Bolton iston, who won his first round
few be-
Moore Haven only a days I
which were -so numerous that no The school trustees, Mrs. J. A.
supervise work Road 20 Bros., 200 acres; 11.Vilder, match from Dick Bowman of Belle
;kb' fore" to on place could be found for all in 250 acres and several smaller Glade by default, and Lou Betzner McGehee, D. B. Allen and H. C.
for his company. j'the church auditorium and the out- Kolstad introduced and also
tracts. M. H. Crouch, who was killedin of Belle Glade, who eliminated
Justice of the Peace G. A. Hubbell I s I side entrance to the building was an auto accident Sunday had Keathley Bowden in his initial the past president of the P.-T. .A?

conducted an inquest at Belle!I I lined with flowers. The Community already planted forty-five acres in effort, 6 and 5. Another good match Mrs. M. M. Prewitt and the presi-

Glade Monday afternoon. The cor- Church choir, from a room behind beans on the Williamson/ place on will bring Ralph Kirk of Belle dent .this year, Mrs. J. H. Doty. .

oner's jury returned a verdict of i I the pulpit sang as proces- Nine-Mile canal and had an ad- Glade and Foy Durrence of Clew- Prof. B. E. Herring then gave'a

reckless driving against, Smith and I sional "Come, Ye Disconsolate." ditional, 85 acres prepared for plant- iston together. Kirk took out Bill summary of his plan for the

he was held under a technical I During the ceremony two favorites, ing. Owen, jr., of Clewiston 5 and 4, term and asked the full cooper-
charge of manslaughter until Tues "Abide With Me" and "In The and \ Durrance eliminated Owen ation of every patron to make
While a great deal of_land has
day when he was released under Garden" were sung by the choir. Winu 3 and 1. this school term 'a success. He
been .
I prepared in the Belle Glade- I
$5,000 bond. I I A consoling message was delivered Pahokee area much of this land is Probably the two outstanding called attention to the numberof

From evidence introduced at the : to the sorrowing relatives now covered with water, that sec- matches of the first round were I new teachers this term and asked -

inquest in an effort to as near ; and friends by Rev. Forest C. Taylor -J tion having had considerable more; the Arthur Wells-Mrs. F. D. Duff i that any problems which might

ly as possible reconstruct the accident -| minister of the church, who and Dr. S. J. Simmons-Louis Van- arise be referred first to them in
rain than this side of the lake according -
it appeared that the Crouch !I I spoke of the part Mr. and Mrs. I I Landingham affairs. The Ever- order that everything be kept .run
car was well on the right side ofj!|! Crouch have played in the development I glades' outstanding feminine per- ning smoothly. .

the road at the time of the im- .- of the agricultural interestsof Sugar cane growing on the cus- former led Belle Glade's mayor at Mr. Herring also called atten-

pact. The left front wheel of the the Lake Harbor-Clewiston sec-' tard apple lands between Clewis- the end of nine holes and finished tion to the fact that the Clewiston
ton and South Bay is to be exceptionally '
Crouch car was damaged to suchan I tion. regulation 18 all square. After school is fully accredited with the
fine this'year and J. E.
extent that it was entirely off The auditorium_ of the church Mrs. Duff had a putt slide directly tate: and that graduates of this
when the car .vas taken from the I "vas filled and more than a hundred Beardsley an independent growerin over the center of the cup school have the same privilegesas
the Bear Beach area states thata
canal. Marks on the pavement people stood just outside the church to win on No. 20, Wells took the the graduates of any other
yield of at least sixty tons to
where this broken wheel had drag- during the services. All places of match on the 21st with a par' 3.' state high school when entering
ged and skid marks of the Chevrolet I business in Clewiston and in Lake the acre )is anticipated. The Simmons VanLandingham universities and colleges and thatno

tires were described and their Harbor were closed during the hourof scramble was rather a wierd af- entrance examination had ever

measured locations were given by the funeral.At Record Time MadeIn fair with VanLandinghain 5 up at been demanded of a graduate of

witnesses at the inquest. Smith tes- the close of the services the the turn, only to have SimmTm': the school when entering college.

tified that he believed he was driv- choir: sang "Have Thine Own Way, Building WharfThe turn on the heat on the second Accreditation of' a school, Mr.

ing the Chevrolet well on the pro- (Continued on page 8) (Continued on page 8) Herring explained, is not decided
per side of the road when the collision upon until after the close of the
I "
occurred. Other testimony Body Found May Be Okeechobee Construction First Waterway Charts school or at least toward the close
described the condition of the cars Company completed their contract I of the school in the spring. There-

following the accident brought out Wednesday for the construction of fore it was impossible to say: that
That Of Jas. McCartTwo Are Received Here
the fact that the bumper of the a new wharf in Clewiston for the he school would remain accreditedhis

Crouch car had not been struckin Okeechobee Flood Control District :year. However, he explained

the impact, indicating that the fishermen living on Big and moved immediately to Moore The first copies of the new waterway 'urther, that every official visit he

other car had struck their front Bear Beach near Lakeport, while Haven where they began work the charts, prepared ,and published 'ad from state educational officials

wheel while travelling at a sharp running out a line of fish traps same day on a similar structure.The by Capt. Albert W. Hubers, last term was highly complimentary -

angle. this morning stumbled over- the Clewiston wharf was completedin of Miami, were received in Clewis- land there had never been any

Witnesses to the accident, who skeleton of a man in the shallow exactly a week, the first work ton this week and those who have complaint of anything on which

,{., testified at the inquest, were Sanford water, which, although proper identification having been done on Wednesday of seen them state that they are far loss of accreditization is based.
:',-.1 Wedgworth and B. T. Watsonof has not yet been made, last week. ahead of the charts issued last Except for a brief high school

Belle Glade, who were travellinga is believed to be that of Jas. Mc- The wharf is located just northof year, both in appearance and accuracy assembly Tuesday morning there
short distance behind Mr. and Cart who lost his life the latter the water plant and just across of detail. ,vas nothing to interrupt the class

Mrs. Crouch. Wedgeworth stat- part of March of 1937 when he the Industrial canal from the new The chart issued by Capt. Hubers routine. Books were distributed

ed that the Crouch car had passed fell overboard from a dredge being engineer office building. It is approximately last year, is so far as known, the vith a minimum of wasted time and
them shortly before the accident towed across the lake from Moore eight feet north of the only navigation chart which has Masses held according to schedule

while the Wedgworth car was trav- Haven to Okeechobee.The I present city wharf and a bumper been put out to show the various hroughout the day.
elling at a speed of 40 miles an skeleton was recovered and : piling was driven between the two channels in the Okeechobee-Caloosa- The enrollment reported by Mr.

hour. The Crouch 'car appearedto brought to Moore Haven where it to prevent boats from entering this hatchee project as a guide to boats Herring for the first day is 260.

be under perfect control at the is being held at the county jail space. A clump of these fender pil- traversing the waterway from coastto This enrollment is divided accord-'

time. Wedgworth and Watson saw in hope that some identificationcan ing is_ also driven at the north coast until the new chart made ing to grades as follows: First, 31;

the approaching Chevrolet, remark- be made. All clothing was gone end of the new wharf. by Capt. Hubers this summer. Second, 30; Third, 31 ; Fourth, 33;

ing to each other that the lights except boots which were in a very The structure is approximately The chart is made up as two Fifth, 24; Sixth, 24 ; Seventh, 16;

were unusually bright. A moment good state of preservation. Oho sixty-five by twenty feet. Piling and separate maps, one of which shows Eighth, 20; Ninth, 10; Tenth.Last 12;

later they saw the crash. workman, Jas. F. Bishop, of Moore the heavy Limbers used in the sub- the northern side of Lake Okce- Eleventh, 13 and Twelfth, 16.enroll-

When they arrived at the scene, Haven who was aboard the gov- structure are all, of creosoled material chobee and the Caloosahatchee Can- year there was an opening 300
according to testimony, they saw eminent\l tug when the accident occurred while the 3x8 timbers usedin al and the other showing the south ment of 240 which increased to

Roberts lying unconscious on the and who had been working the decking "were subjected to side of the lake and the St. Lucie before the end of the term. Mr.rate Her-of

r 'f highway; Vaughn, who is said to I with McCart was unable to make the Wollmanizing process to pre- canal. Complete details are given ring anticipates the same term.

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Mr. Jones (dictating letter) :
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"'..ixn; <;: &<:"".r."''''='''>>''\\'ii\ '''>,"i'P :, 1I-.W'F"ViWE. = Fm" "Sir, my typist being a lady,

AATURE] sometimes startles man by turning its tables and reveal. C. Houston Goudiss Offers Timely AdviceOn cannot you;take I, being down a what gentleman I thinkof ,

..... ng quirks.; For example, the above beach on the Avoiding the Menace of cannot even think it, but you,

southeastern coast of Hawaii has unusually fine sand. But imaginethe being neither, can easily guess

amazement of the first white man who saw it; this sand is coal Tooth DecayBy my thoughts."
figure a mannequin earns
black, the result of volcanic deposits.
depends upon the figure.
....w-____,..,__"" ..,.,"<-//WW'.WNYMMN.N _____"WNY.MMN.... The Tramp-It ain't that I'm : -
ONE of the most serious indictments against our present- afraid to work, lady, but there ::;;

civilization is its failure to preserve the teeth of men, ain't much doin' in my line .
I'm window-bo weeder.
: and children. Countless examinations in all of a ;
women parts
: : "There ain't any harm in a
: s:4\ j the country reveal that practically 100 per, cent of the adult loaf once in awhile," said Uncle

population is afflicted with some form of oral 'disease. And Eben. "If dar was, Nature

surveys of the physical condition wouldn't waste' so much time

school pupils -in different localities etary factors has a controlling influence turnin' out sunshiny days and"fishin'
I vitamins A C and D worms."
: ; an
and under various cir-
adequate supply, in the correct
? 2 cumstances disclose that tooth decay proportions, of the minerals, cal-

;t\ affects between 90 and.97 per cium and phosphorus; an excessof perfect teeth require constantcare

cent of 'our.school children. alkaline or base-forming foods to maintain their soundness.

r Remarkable and widely heralded over acid-forming foods; and a Thorough brushing is necessary

advances have been made in generous allowance of raw foods, after every meal to remove all

our knowledge off with emphasis on' those that leavean particles of food which remain be-

how to control and alkaline-ash. tween the crevices and cling near

prevent many dan- the necks of the teeth. If not removed -

gerous and debili- Vitamin A and Tooth Structure this debris may ferment, '
tating diseases.Yet giving rise to unpleasant odors
Notable research has demon-
to and creating acids which may attack -
we appear
strated that vitamin A is a definite
be complacent in the tooth enamel.It .
factor in controlling tooth develop-
the face of the fact is however that
zw ment. The development of the important, ,
that the majorityof I enamel is the brushing be done correctly,
governed by a complex
t4ei our population is structure which begins to deterio- away from the gums and with a
4\ handicapped by decayed rate as soon as vitamin A is with- slight rolling stroke, so that the
teeth! animalsare bristles can penetrate between the
aeyl held. When
rv+W K ee. tew. N
Nor. does the diet in teeth. Never use 'a horizontal
placed on a lacking,
In North Carolina is famous "Blowing Rock" over the precipitous mere- statement of this vitamin, their teeth become' stroke'nor brush toward the gums.
the case convey any idea of the This, may- irritate the_, .tender"tis'"sues .- "\ ,
chasm of.John's river The young"lady-tosses handkerchief I brittle, chalky and' white. This .is "
seriousness of For and also force food '
the situation. particles -
-.---__jke-ede and a moment later sees it wafted gently back into her duc-to the loss of the enamel, with may
it is unfortunate that -diseas d" and under the gums at the necksof
hands. In winter, it actually snows upward at this strange place, and teeth and dental infections which its the orange exposure colored of the pigment dentine., the teeth.A .

air current are constantly moving up. may result from unchecked de- An English authority also claims

.............. _..__.... ..___. ..___ .. ...__ cay, seldom incapacitate the suf- that vitamin A is necessary to Good Dentifrice Essential
= ..f+. ferer. Thus the victim does not
i ; become alarmed to help prevent diseases of the gums. The selection of a dentifrice is
Inasmuch as vitamin A likewisehas
Iu/v/ take the to arrest most important because an agree-
steps necessary func-
>,.:. many important able dentifrice thor-
the progress of the diseased con- tions to in the encourages .
":r! A'. perform body, ev- ough brushing-an efficient denti-
., r.vy.4yvn: : dition. ery homemaker should see to it
frice helps to float away minute
Yet a single decayed tooth
contain abun-
that her meals
bits of food not reached by the
be to poison
might compared a dance of milk and other dairy

factory, distributing its noxious products, and the green, leafy and ,toothbrush. ,
It is also advisable to use a
to of the body
products every part which
yellow vegetables are a
Syt paste or powder which helps to
and tooth decay may be indirectly of this vitamin.
good source
responsible for rheumatic ail- restore luster to teeth which have

ments, neuritis, dyspepsia or duodenal -. been surface-stained by foods and

ulcers. It may even be a Vitamin C and Tooth Health beverages.The .

yK\w r iy v:1: / ,:: !, '.{... 4 r S(,Nj'V.>$< x Rar., f contributing cause of heart trou- Vitamin C is closely associated wash, use at least of an once antiseptic daily,mouth-
c r/ : *?Syh;, :' ble. with the health of both teeth and espe-
cially before retiring, is com-
There is strong evidence
gums. mendable as it leaves the mouth
Possibilities of PreventionYet' that this vitamin is essential to
fresh and clean.It .
'Yt/ <", x' the dentine, enamel, cementumand
there is
{ : ;;:) rF:, or no excuse is also the
y ft important to give
the bone of the And
Hir.\Vi/i / N jaw.
rf+' rr f; for the appalling amount of dental '
4 that afflicts the American there are on record remarkable teeth regular systematic 'cleans-
( 'ff % /: tf ,, rr; decay experiments which demonstratethat ing, and to see your dentist peri-
For in recent vast
people. years a for careful
odically a checkup.
J dental decay and gum disorders -
amount of laboratory and clinical
( WNU-C. Houston Goudiss-193& 23.
I .. research has' been undertaken in are both prevented and arrested -

this field and there is impressive when extra amounts of

evidence that dental caries, or de- foods containing vitamin C are in- ; BURNS
be controlledby cluded in a well-balanced diet.
n. cay, may completely MSOOTIfI
; f.'viiQ i Vitamin C is best obtained from
w'.W dietary means. Then, too, our
understanding of correct dental the citrus fruits, tomatoes and SNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM Etm1
raw leafy vegetables such as cab-
hygiene has advanced tremen-

dously, and scientifically designed bage.
and Vitamin D which we get from
tooth brushes skillfully com-
Nature made peculiar things in the sea, too. At Seaside Park, N. J., pounded dentifrices are availablein the sun, from fish-liver oils and

this lovely miss caught a blowfish which was chased ashore by larger every town and hamlet throughout concentrates, and from irradiated QUIET and CONVENIENTYou'll

fish. These creatures expand many times their normal size when the country. min foods D and concentrate those fortified, is necessaryfor with vita- like this small select hotel located

their tummies are tickled. When released they deflate-with a snort. the proper utilization of the just off Fifth Avenue in the center
Diet and Dental Disease of New York's shopping zone.
Be careful fellow you'll explQdel'tt great
or calcium and phosphorus, which
Two delightful restaurants. All rooms
Various investigators have ad- if the
must be generously supplied have tub or shower bathq'\
vocated different dietary formulas teeth are to develop properly. SINGLE ROOMS /
for the control of dental decay. fnnu
I. There is a lack, of agreement' HOTEL Under Knott
Importance of Dental HygieneThus bfonagementolk i
among them as to which single
element is the most important in a carefully calculated diet, good'

constructing a diet to prevent beginning before birth and con-
life is necessary 4 33th ST
caries. tinuing throughout -
But outstanding authorities hold to build teeth that are struc- w NEW YORK y/11.--:

that each of the five following di- ,turally sound. But even the most

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Pepsodent alone of all tooth powders

,. contains remarkable Irium*
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O Mirrors don't lie I So for the true facts it regularly... twice a day. After a short
Many of nature's underground secrets have never been fathomed.Here about the remarkable effectiveness of time,again examine your teeth in a mir
/ Pepsodent Powder containing Irium, ror. Expect a real improvement..For
is one in a stream near Lake Lure, N. C. Miss.Helen Hoffman consult mirror! Pepsodent is faster...more effective and
points into the black abyss that holds a mystery never fathomed 'f : u{t sy Examine your teeth closely...tonight. SAFE in its action on teeth 1 It contains

just how deep the water is. Several similar pools are in the same yr \ J 4a: //; Then switch to Pepsodent. Powder.Use NO BLEACH, >IO GRIT I Buy it now I IPepaodent'a .,:j.
trade mark for Puriffed Alkyl Sulfate
locality, and no one has ever been able to reach their bottoms. '


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I" r IMPROVED ; How Popular Phrase Large Meteorites
UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL -- Not What You LearnedDon't
Affected Willie's Life The largest meteorite of which

: :; !: Ji WHO'S | the date of fall is known is the be too surprised, upon
SUNDAY Lesson Fond Mother-You behave so I one which fell February 17, 1930, going abroad, to find that the
well, baby dear. I. about 14 miles southwest of Para- names of cities are not at all
By HAROLD L. L.UNUC"lUiS'l', U. D. Infant William Swerington gould Ark. It split into frag- like those learned in' .
Bible Instituteof
Dean of The Moody
t ;? 1 NEWS I Chicago. Smith-A-doooo, a-dooooo. ments, one weighing 820 pounds, school. You may know all
Western Newspaper Union.

Teacher-Who knows the an another pounds, and there were about Rome and Milan Flor-
? many small pieces. The next ence and Genoa, but the trick
: Lesson for September 18 swer Willie-I do. largest of which date of fall is lies in recognizing them in
THIS known is the one which fell at Italy as Roma, Milano, Firenze
JONATHAN: COURAGEOUS Minister-Do you, William, take. Knyahinya, Hungary, June 9, 1866.It and Genova. Also, the native
FRIENDSHIP this woman-? weighed 647 pounds. An iron calls it Napoli and Venezia; not
William-I do. meteorite found in the desert' of Naples and Venice.If .

j WEEK LESSON TEXT-I Samuel 20417. all Faithful Wife-Will! You have Adrar, in Mauretania, in 1921, is you are 'entrained for Cologne -
I GOLDEN TEXT-A friend loveth "marks bald head I said to be 300 feet long. A meteorite there.
times.-Proverbs 17:17. lipstick on your you may never get
1I Will-I-I do? weighing many tons has been You will, however, arrive at
!I By LEMUEL F. PARTON found buried in southwest Africa.
,Without question, the most pre- Koeln. You may speak of Vienna -
Bailiff'-Do you solemnly swearto The Bacubirito meteorite is 13
j cious woman but it's Wien.
or Antwerp
YORK.-In Indianola Iowa possession"'any
tell the whole truth-?
1 NEW' ,only 'member of the Mulli- has (apart from his fellowship with W. Swerington Smith (defendantin feet long 6 feet wide and 5 feet is Anvers, and The Hague is
God if he is Christian and the high. It was found in 1863 at I den Haag.
i can family who stayed that way wasOnly a divorce suit-I do. I
Bacubirito, Sinaloa, Mexico. .
i Doc Mullican, the'' love of his own family) is friend --
Doc town dentist. One ship. It is the flower that bloomsby
: I MullicanStayed of his daughters the side of the rugged :pathway A Costly RoadThe 000,000. This roadway is 50 feet Culture of Education

J married, and the of, life. Like many flowers, ,some in width and can easily accommo-
1 !! Put four others became 'friendships need to be cultivatedand Pulaski skyway is probablythe date five lanes of traffic. It is I How can man be intelligent,
I most expensive road in the estimated that 20,000,000 motor : useful without
1 the Lane sisters of Hollywood.Had encouraged.It happy, or the culture -
. \ he lived a few months longer, has been said that the love ofa world for its length. The part of vehicles use it annually. It passes and discipline of education?
is raised is three miles'long both the Hackensack and the this that
the father would have witnessed the woman for another woman is a it that over It is unlocks the prison-
\ grand slam success of three of the Beautiful thing, the love of a manor and cost $21,000,000. The approaches Passaic rivers and the New Jer- house of his mind, and releases

! i girls, Priscilla, Rosemary and.Lola, a woman an even more devotedand cost an additional $19- sey Meadows. the captive.-Rev.: Dr. Humphrey.

I in the new film "Four Daughters." precious thing but that the
I The home background of the Lane bond of love between man and man
I girls is such that it suggests Meg, surpasses all in its strength and : ,,. : I. ...
'29 Beth, Jo and Amy, these antecedents glory. Some might question such a
1 ,-, somehow easing into the picture statement, and yet it, is true that r
to the delight of the audienceand Between man and man there is
the quite unrestrained enthusiasm the possibility of the highest, type
of the critics. It is too bad ;of friendship. David and Jonathan
that'' Leota couldn't have been the stand at the head of'an inspiring
fourth daughter-this without dis- list of men who loved each other
paragement of Gale Page, who getsa vith their whole souls.
full share of honors. Leota is The lesson for today calls for a

J, aiming at the Metropolitan and is careful reading of the incidents in
now studying at the Juilliard Schoolof he life of Jonathan and David recorded .

Music. in I Samuel, chapters 14, 18, .4
\ The only sources of excitement in 19, and 20, as well as the first chapter '
Indianola, 21 miles south of Des of II Samuel. It is a story which -
Moines on the Rock Island, were will richly reward a careful read-
the 3:15 train and the Methodist col ing. Considering the printed portionin

lege. The Mullican girls, all musi- the light of this background we i III
cally gifted and all good looking, :lote six things 'that characterized
became locally famous for their this great friendship.I.
home musicales and their party Cultivated (v. 4). %

stunts. Friendships must be "kept in re-
r Lola, eldest of the four, met Gus pair." Foolish and almost wickedis

l Edwards, away out on the kerosene that man who by boorishly of-

I Lola Leads circuit, 18 miles fending his fellowmen, or by
from Indianola. neglecting the thoughtful words and 0Q e
Trek to She persuadedHollywood acts that cultivate friendship, drives
him to give her a men away from him. "He that
tryout. That led to hath friends must show himself S F

'a vaudeville engagement, and laterto friendly" (Prov. 18:24). Consider \\
Hollywood. It was Edwards who the; admonition of our Lord in Luke -
tagged her Lola Lane. Leota moved 16:8, 9, where he urges the righteous
i out .next, also in vaudeville, while use of.even our worldly possessionsto \
r Priscilla and Rosemary were still cultivate eternal friendships.Read .-
I in school. But, at the ages of 14 what Jonathan did in I Sam. r' ;

and 16, respectively, the two latter 18:3-5, only one of his many loving
rounded out the quartette in Holly- and thoughtful acts.
\ wood, in "Varsity Show;" II. Courteous (v. 8). : O When it is low cost combined

They have a grand house, showy David asked that Jonathan deal 7' _' with high quality it's always

l i, cars, silks and sables and what-not- kindly with him, and the entire I' Firestone.owners everywhere
I in the Hollywood routine-but their story reveals that he did Just that, ff4td' are buying Firestone Convoy Tires
r-; ;. \ public doesn't begrudge them their
always. More friendships are for safe, sure economical service
slice of the
American dream, as wrecked on the rocks of little discourtesies becausetheywanttogetahigh
long as they so faithfully portray its a
than in almost other
"Little Women." Ir any tire at an unusually low price. Only

' r "Four Daughters," of modest production way.III. Candid (v. 9). AS LOW AS Firestone gives you all of these
l cost, was quietly unveiled Friendships that last must be lal patented and exclusive extra valuefeatures

without any ,fuss whatsoever. Crit- built on absolute candor, not the :
!; ics headline" it as a "sensational I kind that delights in telling an unpleasant "9 0 1. Gum-Dipping, the Firestone patented

; success. The lesson seems to be : truth, but one which $7" III process which protects against blowouts.
I that the picture moguls, downhearted speaks the truth in love. Jonathantold
\ I. about the business and ready to David the truth. 2. Two extra layers of Gum-Dipped cords i,

;i .I spend until it hurts, 'are overlooking IV. Courageous (vv. 12, 13). LOi1 p under the tread, a patented construction
'\ : the pulling power of not necessarily Jonathan was such a faithful son 4r which protects against punctures.
expensive taste, simplicity, and that when the time of parting came 4.50-21 ,' 1 HES 3. Scientifically designed tread which

1\\ sound dramatic craftsmanship, in, he stayed with his wicked father I; llJ protects against skidding and gives long
lieu of a million dollars. IA.
rather than with David whom #
go ,
q mileage.
II .'' he loved. But he was true to David iresone I .
I .J" p4,10 See nearby Firestone Dealer or
, I F IT hasn't already happened, it even though he knew it would incur CONVOY v Firestone your Auto Supply & Service'Store
is pretty the wrath of his father if that friend- S
i a certainty that and equip your car with
1\\ For Cars Trucks and Buses
someone will give Commodore Rob- ship became known. Firestone Convoy Tires-the safest
\ ert B. Irving, master of the Queen Things that cost us nothing are 0 tire that money can buy at these low
I Mary, a pipe for usually "worth it." Real friend- 4.75.19.$8.15 5.50.17$10.45 prices. __
Master of breaking the At- ship calls for sacrifice, standing by 50019.. 8.80 6.00-16 11.8O

Queen Mary lantic speed rec- in the night hours, sharing burdens, 52517.. 9.25 6.2516 13.15 THISThe

\\ Likes Pipes pipes Fd':_ He and collects smoKes being condemn loyal us even for it.though others may 52518.. 9.65 6.50-16 14.5O QU.ARANTEE

: I 0 them almost constantly, and impor- V. Covenant Keeping (w. 16, 17). Tires for Trucks and Buses at Y
; tant occasions in his life are usually Covenants entered into by solemn Proportionately Low Prices T ,

! ,1\ l signalized by the ceremonious presentation treaties in our time are soon discarded -
I of a B.B.B-Best: British as "scraps of paper." People TRUCK OWNERS 7 L6FlET'NI'SAVE
,1\\ Briar-which type of pipes features make promises to one another that
I, his collection of several hundred. they never intend to fulfill. Jonathanand
I I The tall, smiling, wind-and-sun- David made a covenant and MONEY TOO! IIGU4RANTEE7

o tanned skipper is a border Scotsman kept it.This. OUr
I /I' of Kirtlebridge, Dunfreeshire, matter of trickery and false Firestone Convoy Truck Tire is made in all ll\flann nan:{band tmi iaupICture cbb .tine

61 years old, a sailing man for 47 hood in life and business is one that sizes for trucks and buses. It brings you'high qualityat lil11it ae&tnahiP:: andKtUm d 'f ie
years, 35 years with the Cunard line, deeply troubles the writer of these eradn tOtY llJe / and oibou
low cost. Truck owners who have already used this o. e.rvjr/ege-d':
I barring time out for war service.He notes. He sees unmistakable evidence .ltow.thJ It er no IVe
is deliberate, friendly, chatty that this perverse spirit has tire are referring to it as the truck tire sensation of 1938.term.. o( tb" ny tlre ,lu.exal11io''afion
rep-olir ,
and easy-going, the last man in the come: into the precincts of the Cut your cost per ton mile and at the same time keep your the Purc6 tb ?:' omofce KUannt a'n.Ilowilldethenew :(
world to pose for the portrait of a ,church itself. We should have a revival rites 011 '
tire investment low truck today with a set
speed demon. Next to pipes, his of honesty in office, home, equip your .
J i hobby is collecting carvings of min- state, and church.VI. of Firestone: Convoy Truck Tires. ;
i if j iature elephants. Complete (v. 17).
"I' The son of a retired army colonel, "He loved him as he loved his
with no seafaring folk anywhere in own soul"-such a friend was Jon CHANGE OVER TO A fircstone' AUTO RADIOS
his line, he went to sea at 12 on the athan. His devotion to David had ...
school ship Conway, and, at 14, no qualifying "strings" on it He ,. .r $tone BATTERY With 6 all-metal !
shipped on a four-master around the was not seeking something for him- tubes, 8-inch $2 5")1
horn to San Francisco. He joined self. The closest he came to that dynamic speaker 41
the Cunard line as fourth officer. was to bring his children into the Here is a battery that will sound diffusion Custom ;:: ,.il
His first command was the Venno- covenant with David (v. 15), and take you through the hardest system, represents Mounllngi Built Oath %
nia, and later he was master of who could question the propriety of winter without trouble.Built highest quality Available l. ...
many of the crack ships of the line, such devotion between true friends? = 4.. with patented allrubber
/ including the Lusitania, in 1914, and He saw that David was to supplantSaul separators and interlocking 7ircfone SPARK PLUGS
the Aquitania.In as king, and in the face of his grids, it assures quick
,secure quicker
Save gasoline
his native own interest as Saul's son, he
Kirtlebridge, he livesin put
starting, longer life, greater starting and improve motor F
David forward.
a house built in 1770, tramps dependability. Ask for our performance by putting in a \
through his 1,500 acres of copse and Friendship is akin to our relation: new set of Firestone r
moors, works in his garden and ship to God in that it calls for a special "ChaageoverPrice. Spark Plugs today.
\ raises spaniels. As one who has I complete giving of ourselves, if we
ranged the world are to be true friends. This does
through nearly Listen to THE FIRESTONE VOICE or THE Listen to THE VOICE OF FIRESTONE
not that
\ i half a century, he is happiest when mean individuality is lost, FARM-Interviews with the Champion Farmers featuring Richard' Crooks and Margaret Speaks
'of headed homeward, for there he is or special interests and abilities destroyed of America featuring Everett Mitchell.Twice weekly t and the 70-plcco Firestone Symphony Orchestra,
f- the kilted chief of the ancient Irving but it does mean a whole- during the noon hour. Consult your local paper under the direction of Alfred Wallensteln, Mondayfor
1 s clan, and there his heart is. souled desire for our friend's wel- the station, day, and time of broadcast. evenings over Nationwide N. B. C. Red Network.

WNU Service.I our all to his good.




Hall, Dick Patterson five-year period if the State Game length.
News we are sullen, ungracious, disinter- er and Jimmy
The Clewiston ested and rude we destroy goodwill Ed "VX>nMach, Pat McGehee, Conservation Commission acts fav-

and only embitter the guest. Munselle Stone, Maurice Ford orably on the board's resolution.This .Early Circuit Riding JudgesIn
Published every Friday in Clewiston, We should remember that a Dick Owen and J. D. Hooker. is the most drastic action the days of Ohio circuit riding -
Florida, by the CLEWISTON N15YVS, tourist is nothing in the world but judges, law libraries did not repose .
Inc. an average citizen AWAY FROM WPA GIVES $9,135 TO AID ever taken to preserve the county's on long shelves but were carried

HOME. Big or little, rich or poor, COUNTY SEWING PROJECTS diminishing game supply and will from village to village in saddle-
KI2AT1ILEY i)0W'if) Editor he is a human being whose reac virtually close' the entire countyto -bags. Often these libraries would
Jacksonville.-Allocation of $9- appear in courtrooms soggy with
and impressions are gained
lions I all hunting except ducks and
I dirty water, reminders of
I mine.Malee .135 in WPA funds to aid in fin- a
class mall matte : the Same as yours and
Entered as second I waterfowl. Those small portionsof : with fords and
February 3, 1927 at the Post Office : him like and be will like ancing the operation of sewing muddy
Clewiston, Florida under the Act '.' the county not included in the roads.
room in Hendry county has just
March 3, 1897.SlIb..crlltlon. ida. 10'101'-1 preserve contain very little game.
been made by Florida WPA adminIstrator -
Peace officers, in dealing The fisheating Creek area, the most --
tourists, should be kindly : Robert J. Dill.
popular hunting ground of the
Hate $2.00 Per<<
Rates On Apiilicn/Ioii lycnrAdvertising courteous. Clerks in stores, shops I I' This project is designated to county will be closed for its entire HEAD THE ADS .
and offices should be interested furnish employment for 24 persons

and helpful. Be patient :with seem! I I' over a period of 12 months.In .
Devoted to the advancement and welfare :
"foolish questions" Explain
,of Clewiston and Hendry County ingly addition to the WPA allocation -
confusing traffic regulations. Be the sponsoring Board of Coun-
friendly and do your part, to cul-!I ty Commissioners of the county 9f6 about funs to :

.:..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. tivate Florida's greatest money have pledged a contribution of $2-
crop. iI 489 toward the cost of operation.The Remind O'D
i qo u .... ,
Too Late To Classify'By I undertakings are to provide INVtfTMNT

'Pfssell Kay I; !illmmllm!! !! !!INNGJtlII.I ij !!! Itlltltlltltl Jmllll! lItllltlf! J! : jobs tenance for and needy operation persons of in countywide main-- 4 W 2TO

WITH THEChurches .sewing rooms and work coun-
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. ters with materials supplied by the 1
Federal government and the spon-'
With business conditions throughout ) Ii ICLEWISTOX sois. N _
the nation showing definite improveinent -
These materials will be processed
all indications tourist season point. for to t I mmil!! !mliiliilllllmmmlmrumm!!! !! mmlmlmlll@lilil! !'!! ij IIIIr!! into household linens, and garmentsfor F.f-.t' ,v-ii -
another great afford
YOU can't to procrastinatemuch
distribution among the needy.. -
Florida. Right now is a mightygood COMMUNITY: : "'1-1t'. .
Scrap material resulting from "'- ; longer in starting to
save o
time for us to'get our heads CllUIlCII '
these operations will be made into
together and decide where we will Royal Palm Avenue portion of income..and invest .i
cloth toys, rag rugs, and other your 8YY .
put our guests when they do arrIve Forest C. Taylor, Minister aE
how we will entertain them, household articles. p it wisely... during your productive:

and make plans for their proper The morning worship in the Major Part Glades o'4,1, o years. The slogan/"Save and HavesPVtNoE "*!

reception. Clewiston Community church next may be old-fashioned, but'the sensible -
In another month -or so high- Sunday at eleven o'clock will be
ways will be loaded with countlesscars dedicated to the faculty: of the County In PreserveMoore P pUN\s people that follow it are the

and. trailers, Florida bound. schools of the community. There S A 10 happy ones you meet. We'll gladly
They will carry people from all will be a program of special music \
( Haven Democrat) ,,1414"" time-tried safe '
walks of life. New improved air-I by the choir and the minister of ,t" help you with our -
conditioned streamlined buses will the congregation will deliver the I The board of county commis- and profitable savings plans.
sioners of Glades county met in
pour a never ending stream of vis- sermon. 'I
itors into the state. Railroads, operating Sunday school at 0:45.I special session Tuesday morning, /
crack: trains and running C. E. meeting Monday eveningat with, Sheriff J. J. Wiggins and Clewiston Federal
them in several sections to care eight o'clock. Representative J. H. Peeples, pres- Savings

for the increased traffic, add their The public is very cordially invited ent, for the purpose of establishing -
share to the tourist harvest., Air- to attend the services in this a game preserve for Glades and Loan Association
ways and steamship lines with im- church. ;' county which will be closed for a

proved facilities and faster service t -------------- - -- - - -- ---- ------------------------ - - -
will play their part and all contem- Last' Monday the Rev. E. Davis

plate a record breaking season. Conway of Moore Haven and Rev. .::::::::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
Many of these visitors will be Forest C. Taylor of Clewiston :11! ..INNNNIINNNNNN. . . :NN.w :N:1111N11NN11NN. . :NHNN. .NNNNNNNMNi1Nh. . . :N111. ..:HN. :NNNMNNNMNNNN. . . :..:NNMNNNMNN. . :..:NNNMNNNNI. . ...I

making their first trip to Florida visited the ministers in Canal Point. ..:. .tt't. t,..

and their impression and experi- Pahokee, and Belle Glade,, in tire yy f
ence on this trip will largely de interest of the next meeting of :::;: / it:::::
terminewhether or not they will the ministers who are serving "iiNeed] .:....
1 ,. .
return. churches around Lake Okeechobee.The ..-'. J'"J,'" :. '-.- .. ,, i. ...s.
Floridians, whose business or in- meeting will be held in this ,>:- F :i---::;:

terests are ;not directly concerned city on Monday, October 3, and It ,. ."! .. .. ..**

with tourist trade or activity may in addition to a: program in the it ,
figure that the matter of receiv- Clewiston Community church, there
ing and entertaining tourists i snot will be a luncheon at the Clewiston :i*:*:: !" mT' hlQ l 'Yew' er ::::i: -

their problem but rather thatit Inn. Retired ministers living in ';..i' pa'P .s..:.
is a task ,for the Chamber of this section of Florida are mostordially YY ?

Commerce, the hotels restaurants. : invited to attend, .vy'i"s. .:..;.
..... .:...
. and resorts. ..y: .j. i.
Directly/ or indirectly every man, FIRST .BAPTIST_ CHURCH :::;: We need the people of this section as readers and **
woman and child in the state receives >- ...
::::s: :::::
: (.
Sunday school at 9:45!) : a. m.
benefits in from x
many ways YYAA patrons but honestly, friends, don't you think need i ;
the winter vistor. If tourist travelto Church services 11 a.''- iii. you :::::
the state was suddenly cut off B. Y. P.i) U. at 6:45. ; ; also? You have the best of it confess that for ; :;:
and no visitor from some other sec Evening services at 8 p. m. A :::: us, we ::

tion entered Florida for a periodof vocal solo by Bob Harris will forma IYt A s
a year, we would all learn what part of the services Sunday ev- : you can get along 1 without us and we cannot, get along 1 *: :::
tv t?

these You guests and I contend really mean that we to are us. ening. \ : without you.' We know that you CAN get along without :;:::

citizens and taxpayers and are inclined MRS. MOHAN ENTERTAINS M
to look on the tourist as WITH SEWINGTEAMrs. :;:?::: us, so therefore we are going to try to fix it so you... :;::XII;:

an outsider losing sight of the ..:."i'... I .s. :
these visitors Annie Moran entertained = I will need us.
fact that each
year ** ; ;
:: '
: ::
leave millions, of tax dollars in the with a lovely informal sewing tea I $$
state. If it were possible to sud- at i her sou's : apartment at the :8::: :" -x-, :Si:::::

denly remove from the state those Inn Wednesday morning. Sand- ::::!: / OUR business is to give YOU the news-to collect :.!::;: .
improvements and.facilities. or such wiches, cakes and tea were served I.H .AA..

portions of them as were made pos to the guests after a pleasant hour. :;::: items of interest, write them, put them in type and Print- :;;::;:
The guests included Mrs. J. D. 8
sible with the use of tourist con- i

tributed tax money, we would, find B.Bruce Scharnberg, :Mrs. F. D.Mrs.Duff W., Mrs.C. Prew-H. J. I :;Y.;:::, them and deliver them to you. We try. also to EXPLAIN :;:::
ourselves minus many miles of'paved A :.Y
itt, Mrs. H. A. Bestor Mrs. J. W.,I V ..Oit
highways; schools and other :!: : the to out the of ::!:
public buildings would stand with Ezelle, Mrs. Wl. C. 'Owen, Mrs. O. *; news, point meaning occur-

gaping holes represented by tour A. Jones, Mrs. C. L. Downs and I :::. ::::
ences and to give opinion them leaving it ,
ist dollars. Hundreds of state employees Mrs. H. C. Kolstad. S'S you our on ,
I ,
be called upon to" y
refund all or a considerable partof NEW MINISTER HONORED WITH :::!: to you to decide who and what is right. It takes WORK 1::::
their salaries. SURPRISE PARTY FRIDAY NITE 'S.'i' !

Every Florida county and city **.tAY4*:*: to do this, and the work ought to be paid for ; therefore ::::

reaps a rich annual crop of tourist I The members of. the Baptist :!:*:* 8::::
ask for CASH
dollars that would be sorely congregation gave a surprise 'pantry ... we your subscriptions ;
shower for their new minister, Rev. .s.
ed if it were withdrawn mis.c-I y.
Marshall Mines and his wife, on *
a brief period. In view of 1

fact, every Floridian should ap-l Friday services evening.in Following the church the, the revival ItI:::?:;: In the schools and churches there are things you :!:::
point him or her-self a': committeeof '

this one vital to' help and promote profitable and sourceof keep home congregation and' presented gathered countless at the Mines items I a want to know about' ; things that happen in the town- hall I

revenue. \ For the committee kitchen of and ladies pantry.A served. de- :;:::; -:, that are YOUR concern and that you should know :.O;::!:'
Nature has been exceedingly kind
lightful refreshments. Approxi- '
in providing us with an enviable mately fifty guests called duringthe I :*:A about; likewise in the county court house. The government :1!::;: '- .
climate, bright sunny skies, cool- 'SS' .
evening. .s'
ing sea ,breezes, a wealth of naturaf :::::;: officials have announcements for you that can :::** ":+
beauty, lakes, streams and

rivers shore,, a game glorious and.coastal fish a-plenty and ocean= SCAVENGER HUNT FRIDAY :::;;: ".: best. 'get to you through the newspaper." iX::::

attractions that bring countless 8YY
-Mr.: and-Mrs.) Jimmy \Wilson'!
thousands to us every year. But .
these are not enough. tcrtainetl Friday evening with r :;=:2:::: We' ask CO-OPERATION WE WANT TO :;::;:
hunt, the honorin' .
scavenger party ...;. X: !.t.
You and I and all other Floridians -
11rs.V.i1son's sister Miss Lil .
are charged with. the'responsibility Padgett of Pahokee. :::;: GIVE IT WE WANT TO RECEIVE IT. We offer YY

and advantages of'' presenting in their these best,charms light.: Hooker. First and prize Maurice, was won' Ford by and Jimr thr '::.:' it, 'and shall be. happy to receive it. a:::i:

After all, WE are FLORIDA, andit booby went to Julia Anno Oglcsb
is our combined personalitiesthat : and Pat McGehee. : ,:..:.' ....:.

go to make up' the 'personality- Delightful refresh ment" of frui' I IYt! ;. > 'It '

of the state as_ a whole. jello and cakes were so; vcd b- The Publishers .
If our greeting is wanu r>,' Mrs. Wilson to MJK-A: :; Lily 1'adgett. "'
friendly, it we are kind and r-o1.-' Julia Anne O-'osVy; : Run.-lie) Me I
eous, if we are helpful and <'1 Gehee Margaret Yon=\la: jl. Beulah &

sidprate, we glorify and i.'agn': 1I-1 Guthrie Edith Nell Con.oit" Marie I :MA\:::1....,.'.,....;.....'M'.<<<.X..X-X* our natural RttrRcUons, wh'ro54 Robbing, Billie ttooKer, Juno Hook ,:...:..xv..}$. +:ty3f$ .:






: A IN/.NNNNN/1NNNN..NMN/.NN*:. ::.:; :.;;;;.:?:;.:: :.:/..::NNNNNNNNNNNNN..:..:; :.*.: :... : :.*. : .::N.1.NLNNNNN.N.NNNN. : :.:.: : :.L: : : ::. : :, :: ::..::...::.,.;..I Mrs. Charles Moran, accoinpani- nette and Gloria McDuffie. [Tuesday afternoon at 3:30. A full

I + f ed by her grandson; Billy Stuckey, Refreshments of punch and I attendance of members Is requested. I

i .. yI y of Pahokee, spent Thursday in crackers were served. ,
Clewiston visiting her daughter, ,


I xI. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley left AGENT: ,

,I. f t 1 Sunday for a few weeks vacation.] Mrs. R. N.

/..*..**..**..**..**..**..*...**..**..**..*...*...**..**..**..*...**..***.***.**..**..**..**..**..**..*.'':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.II They were accompanied by Mr. the Afternoon Smith Bridge was Club hostess Wed-to L. B. Mershon
j Shelley's mother, Mrs. Z. H. Shelley New York Life
j i nesday at her home on the
Mr. and
Mrs. J. Grady Niblack Rev. and Mrs. W. L. Head left govern-
J i spent Thursday in Miami, where Sunday for Pensacola, following a who returned to her home in ment reservation. Mrs. G. B. Insurance CompanyARCADIA
Cuthbert, Georgia, after visit
j'! a Thomas won high and
received -
they went on business. week in Clewiston. While here they I
{ here with her Mr. and
sons. Mrs.
a lovely Fostoria Mrs. FLORIDA
If I j conducted a week's revival servicesin vase;
J Shelley expect to visit in Excelsior
the Baptist Church.Mr. J.V.. Ezelle won cut prize, a set
? Mrs. Josephine Knight was a Springs, Missouri, Peoria, Illinois of varied memorandum pads, and I

business visitor Tuesday in Fort and other points before returning.1IcCORKLELAIRD Mrs. Dave Alston received a set of

Myers. and Mrs. Judson',,/>. Francis I gift wrappings as low score prize. NORGE REFRIGERATORS
returned Monday from a honey Furniture and Homo \,'umlshlnggPHILCO
Playing were Mrs. Alston, Mrs.
moon visit in Miami Beach. Aftera '- RADIOS
I Miss Frances Morgan is spending Ezelle, Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. W. H.
''I short visit with relatives here Miss Viola Laird and Stanley A.
two weeks V
a vacation in North I Lanier, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. I.
they left for Canal Point where McCorkle married Satur-
! : Carolina. were on Household
,,1\1. Pafford, Mrs. Keathlej" Bowden FurnishingsInc.
-- they are residing. II day, September 3rd, by Rev.. Marshall and Mrs. Smith. '
Mines at Delray Beach. ,
The hostess served delicious des-
L. C. Sturgiss
entered the Fort '
Mr. and Dirs.Y.. F. Both Mr. and Mrs. McCorkle are sert with iced coffee.
Myers Hospital the first of the Simpsonleft BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA .
II residents of Clewiston and are em-
week for medical attention. Tuesday for Atlanta to visit -
I relatives for a few weeks. They ployed by the U. S. Sugar Corpo- I
expect to visit in Mobile and New I, ration. Mr., McCorkle is employed

Miss Beth Nail of Moore Haven I(I Orleans, before returning to Clew-; at the sugar house and Mrs. Mc-I I
is assisting in the First Bank ,of iston. i! Corkle in the Canteen. To those who came to us so
Clewiston for a few 'weeks. I f i i iI The is tenderly with expressions of love
I ---- s couple residing in the Good FarmLand
I 'i McCorkle and comfort, floral offerings and
J Miss Runelle McGehee entertained -home which Mr. has recently "
I numerous other acts of 'kindness
i Mrs. E. O. Collins, Miss Ilor-- the dancing club at her home completed near the Schult 1
to help us bear the great sorrow ]
tense Collins and Mrs. Hansel Mc- on Wednesday evening. 11iss'1lc-i apartments.
that has come into lives
our we
Duffie were visitors Wednesday in Gehee left on Friday for Monte, ,
extend our sincere thanks. Time
Fort Myers.Mr. Verde, Fla., to enter 'Monte Verde NURSING SUPERVISOR VISITS
school for the ensuing term. I shall never erase these things from
our memories. for Rent ,
and Mrs. AUbrey Luke are Miss Cynthia May Mabbette, of
parents of a baby boy who was Dr. and Mrs. O. F. Schiffli and I Fort Myers, district nursing sup- The 'Crouch and

born Tuesday in the Clewiston :theirsons, Nick, Dicky and Johnnie ervisor, visited the Clewiston McDuffie Families.

Hospital. i have returned from their summer -' schools on Tuesday of this week

I home in Highlands, North and made pans for some clinic workin P.-T. A. MEETS TUESDAY
Miss Thccla Crochet of Jeaner-I Carolina. Mrs. Schiffli and the boys the school later on.

ette, Louisiana, is visiting her I have spent the summer there and The Parent-Teachers Associationwill

brother, Sidney; Crochet and Mrs. Dr. Schiffli spent the last two MRS. MORAN, MRS. BRUCE ARE meet in the :school building I Trespassers
Crochet at their home here. I I weeks of their vacation with them. I HONORJED AT BRIDGE FRIDAY I .

Will Be
: Miss Ollie Moorman and Mrs. A. I ,
Rev. and Mrs. A. M. Glissou and I| Mrs. H. C. Kolstad entertainedat
Moorman, who have been visiting J. M. COUSE
family of LaBelle were guestson the Clewiston Inn Friday afte'rnoon ProsecutedClewiston
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert L. Stewartleft
Monday of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. with
Thursday for visits with relatives a bridge and Michigan I
Hayes. party honoring Mrs. Annie Moran Counselor and Attorney at Law
Wauchula and Bushnell
before returning to their homein of 'Milledgeville, ,Ga., and Mrs. J. ,Hopkins Building 1iP>

Mr. and Mrs .Arthur Posey of Macon, Georgia. Mrs. Stewart D. Bruce, jr., who has recently j Wednesdays and Saturdays .I .
Orlando were visitors in Clewiston I! moved to Clewiston.Mrs. 9:30 to 4:00
accompanied them to Bushnell. 1
Wednesday as guests of Mr. and
F. Deane Duff receive a
Mrs. Ed Hayu. "
Sidney Hoover left yesterday for travel cosmetic set as high score

Miss Lily Padgett returned to his home in Shreveport, La., after I prize at bridge, Mrs. C. L. Downsa J.' S. CAMPBELL; Realty Arid .
residence box of bath salts for second J
a five-year in Clewiston
her in
home Pahokee Saturday af-
I' prize and Mrs. B.. A. Bourne an
while working in the sub-office of
ter her sister
visiting Mrs. Jimmy Jeweler & WatchmakerAll DevelopmentCorporation
Wilson, for a week. the U. S. Engineers. Mr. Hoover onion chopper as consolation. A
has been, in ill ''health for sometime package of facial pads was won

I Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wheeless and expects to rest for a time I by Mrs. O. A. Jones who held highat Kinds of Jewelry Repairs

spent the week-end in Fort Myers I i i before making any other business the Michigan table. Optical RepairsAT
Mrs. Moran, Mrs.. Bruce and two
,.,...' their I
visiting daughter, Mrs. M. :M. CHRISTIAN'S BARKER SHOP
-- other visitors, Miss Ollie Moormanand "
Boyd and Mr. Boyd.M. t. '
and Mrs. C. E. Nail re'l Mrs. Z.' H., Shelley received .

E. VonMach and daughter, i tu.rned.Tu sday from guest awards, the prizes being various :N:MN. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:/NNNN:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
Sue, returned last week from a where they have, visited Mrs. Nail's II items of cosmetics. .

business trip to Georgia, Alabama parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Mun- A delightful salad course was
and other southern states. roe. Clewiston friends of Mr. Mun- served to Mrs. Moran, Mrs. Bruce, MEN ..
roe will be delighted to learn that Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. C. L. '

. 1'-- 1\11' and Mrs. W. H. Lanier and he has sufficiently recovered from Downs, Mrs. Herman Scharnberg, .':: Your Credit Good =i= I's'
Miss Lee Pridgen returned Tuesday injuries received in'a fall a few Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. R. Y. JLt9 ._.,
Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, '
months to return to work
from a visit with relatives in Wilmington -' ago i ,. .t.
I Mrs.: M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. W. C.
North Carolina. next week. Owen, Mrs. 'Wv.> F. Simpson, Mrs.J. ::s: Wear a NEW Tailored Individual :!:

R. Jaren left Sunday for Port- Among the relatives and friends W. Ezelle, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, .:;: Measure Suit While You Pay .:.i..

e land, Oregon, having received a from towns outside the Evergladeswho Mrs. B. A .Bourne, Mrs. J. F. ,A

transfer to the Portland officeof attended the funeral services Curry, lIrs.0. F. Schiffli, Mrs.J):;:!:: A postcard will bring the Lake's Old :!:

U. S. Engineers.Mrs. Tuesday for Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sidney Crochet, Mrs. O. A. Jones, :

I H. Crouch were W. H. Renfroe, Mrs. 11.V.. Bigg, Mrs. Z. H. Shelley :'.:, Dependable Tailor Representative .:';.:

C. D. Beatty and child of Soperton, Georgia, Mrs. C. F. I Miss Inez Lammou, Mrs. :. .t.

ren_ have returned from a visit Renfroe' and daughter, Miss Martha : Catherine Jarvis and Miss Ollie ': CHAS. LEAR *:

with friends and relatives in Tam- Belle, of Abbeville, Georgia, Mrs. Moorman. .:( y

pa. Warren Pearl and'Lessie Luke and daughters Jewel of, Syca-Lucy MISS MCCORKLE: HONORED : Box 508 Clewiston, Fla. :;: .,

Mr. and lIrs.V.. D. Raines and more, Ga., Albert Dean of Syca- WITH MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER :-::.:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.{.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.;:
sons, W. D. jr., and Glen, are more, Mr. and Mrs. James T. '

spending a two weeks vacation Crouch and daughter, Judith, Mrs. Mrs. E. L. Hayes, jr., Mrs. C. ..._ .,'___, __._....... c.tB..Q.qiPJ1 ..'""""-' .-..-... .
visiting relatives in Kentucky. I I Bussey and Mr. Bussey of Milwaukee M. Baker and Mrs. Herman Davis

--...- Wisconsin, Claude Witcliard were hostesses at a cootie party

I F \ Mr. and Mrs. Sidney L. Crochet of Tampa, Mrs. Tom Smith and and" miscellaneous, shower given

and Sharon Crochet have returned Herbert Chastain of Miami, G. B. Tuesday afternoon at Mrs. Hayes,
from a vacation trip to Louisiana Clinch of Tampa, W. P. Stewart of home in honor of Mrs. Stanley '

I- and several points in the Miami and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. McCorkle, a recent bride.A uJ-.

: middle west. Slade of Fort Myers. green and white color scheme

i L .,. was carried out in decorations and I I
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: ;t, - -- 'I refreshments. High score prize.was i 22
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awarded to Mrs! Marshall Mines, I tt-

. / This week at the : and low to Mrs. E. P. Mutrux. Mrs. ...,

Mutrux and Miss Mary Warren I 0.
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:;',": CLEWISTON GOLF CLUB won the cootie prizes. ,
A profusion of lovely gifts was -

'e::" Second Round Matches in the brought into the room in a gaily West Palm Beach Stores

.. decorated wagon and presented to
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Sandwiches and tea were served Will Remain
I Again! Open
CHAMPIONSHIP by hostesses to Mrs. McCorkle,
Mrs. George Terrell, Miss Louise

... Moore, Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs.
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j !: R. H. Knight, Mrs. T. H. Jones, on

AMERICAN RESTAURANT Mrs. E. P. Mutrux and Mrs. F. M.

.f. ) Rodriguez. .
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I' ::: s. monthly meeting of the Jun-

I', : A.:. I \ '_C ior Girls class was held Friday
t",, .:. 'j. night at the home of Ann WalkerAn
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t ... : election of officers was held '
.: .' :;: Regular Meals and Short OrdersChicken '::: and the following were elected:

(> ::: \ '., :!i; President, Anne Pafford; Vice UJ&&L tPtht B&ctzlk.
President, lIauryne'Prewitt Secretary
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':\ ':: Dinners a SpecialtyMrs. _.:?. Gloria McDuffie; Treasurer -

r.? _: Barbara Bruce. 97ZQ/Lc/t' tiLL'lL
; ::, Twelve members were present, '
: :6t''t: Jo Ann Walker, Patricia Bailey,
"' ; :r. Louise Prewitf:, Gracie Ward, Bar-
:: Donald Lamer Mgr. .
. ,f!: s 's; bara Bruce, Marianne Jones, Anne
::1. :y 3 Pafford, Jean Augur, Betty Mc-

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If one is an intelligent man, he
can enjoy his college education!
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even if it doesn't aid him to

money.No .
CHAPTER IX-Continued I reports that your father was he finds I haven't brought it back "Oh, do you mean that?" matter how many suckers
-10- knocked unconscious for a while. yet." The bronze curls nodded a hesi- there are, we'd hate to take one.
"I didn't worry at first," said Lee. Bruised and cut a little. The doc- "That's easy. Call him from here tating assent. in. We'd feel cheap.A .

"I decided the Hudsons had made tors said it wasn't bad. I suppose : and explain. Besides, I haven't tak- "My dear ." Two hands ,were man does have occasional
mother and daddy stay for dinner.I his wife's with him. It's the Gen- en time yet to thank you for allyou've laid on her shoulders. "Look at spells of relief.' He wakes to
was reading and it was midnight eral.Hospital." done tonight. Please, Dale." me. Are telling DoI up .
you me find it was only a nightmare.EasytoMake ...
hadn't "Thank officer. Dale's voice "That is an inducement he ad-
before I realized they come you, count as much as all that, Lady
home. Hattie was away for the expressed his relief. "We were mitted. "I wouldn't mind stretch- Lee?"

night and I was alone. Then I guessI afraid it was more serious." ing my legs a few minutes." "Yes, Dale. As much as that." DeEJ.gnI
got rather frantic. I tried to call After another short drive, they The strain of the driving over, "I didn't
the Hudsons and nobody answered.I found Mrs. Brady in the hospital's Dale discovered that he was curi- dare let myself believeit. That Is Exclusive!!
knew that daddy would telephoneif reception room in company with her ously weary. "Oh, I say ." he have called telling myself you" might
he could. It was after one-thirty friends, Mr. and Mrs. Hudson. exclaimed in some dismay, when somebody else.
when the phone rang. It was Phil "We were waiting to see if you he found himself in the front hall. couldn't call anyone else. There
"I can't take off never has been anybody Oh,"
Kerney." came here, Mrs. Brady explained, my overcoat!
"Who's he?" asked Dale. after she had answered Lee's anx- "Of course you can. You'll wantto she ended with a shamed little whis-
"The constable. He wanted to ious inquiries. "Mr. Hudson triedto go up and wash. Rummage per", "you're making me tell you

know if daddy was home. Then call you after we had a report around in Daddy's closet and find so.
he asked if I knew where he was. from the doctor and the operator something to wear. He has a heap "Lady Lee My Lady Lee!1"Dale's
The police at Trenton were tryingto could not get an answer. I was so of sweaters and things. Or you can arms went about her, hold- .
worried for fear might get a I borrow a shirt, if like. There's ing her close. Lee's face was bur-
locate him. You see you you ,,.. ,,.,
"They found your car somewhereand car and drive down alone. It was nobody up there, so help yourself." ied against his shoulder. C A 1a
checked up on the tags," Dale very kind of you to bring her, Dale." "If you're sure it's all right." "I've cared so-so much it hurts," << r ttttp ;t''.
suggested quietly. "Go on." "May I see daddy just for a min- "Of course it is. I'll start the he murmured, his cheek pressed to
"It was near Penn's Neck. Emp- ute?" Lee begged. coffee before I change." the fragrant curls. "You don't
ty." "Not tonight, dear. They have Much refreshed by an applicationof know."

"Stolen. That explains it. What's given him something to quiet him soap and water,' and wearing a "Oh, yes I do," said a muffled lit-
Kerney doing now?" and he must rest. He said to tell borrowed sweater coat, Dale was tle voice. "I was so afraid, that

"I don't know. It takes him so
long to tell anything. But, Dale, if r1 'O J.r
the car was stolen, why didn't Dad- Rg

dy call me?" u tr

"Don't get that myself. The best r ttttt:; >. :. .e U, s, ttttt r; ;
thing we can do is to talk with the
Trenton cops and get the details.It .

time.may" all be cleared up by this :: b b2ik

"Dale, there's something'else I
must tell you. You'll know then \ You'll never miss the time spentin
what I'm afraid of. I can trust crocheting this handsome
you. Of course you know about the spread for it's made the easy way
White case?" -one medallion at a time in your,
"More or less." leisure moments! See how effec-

"The trial comes up next month. : tively the pinwheels are set off.
Daddy's been working night and Pattern 6118 contains instructionsfor
day on it. That's why he went making the medallions; an illustration -'
away. Something to do with some of them and of,stitches;
new evidence. He was very anxious photograph of medallions; ,mate-
that no one know about his trip. He rials needed.To .
told me that the reporters were obtain this pattern, send 15
trailing him all the time. He laughed y, r: cents in stamps or coins (coins
about that. But I'm worried for preferred) to The Sewing Circle,
fear there might have been some t Household Arts Dept., 259 W. 14th

other\ reason. Can you understand?" J t* St., New York City.

"I can guess," Dale returned _
grimly. ___ Hwy' y
"The police know it now. But we T / Two Ladies Tell

can say that he went to Trenton on

business. Now you'll understand Y About Wintersmith's"My ,,-.
there is only one reason why daddydidn't "41
down last
boy was summer
call me. Hehecouldn'tI""We he didn't better
with fever and get
don't know that," Dale said until I tried Wintersmith's. Dr.
consolingly. "Suppose you tell me W recommended it for my
when 'we get near that 'Neck' place boy. I sure do recommend it to
you mentioned. We'll] keep an eye others I see suffering like he was."
Mrs. N. M. C.
out for your car. Dale's foot
pressed down on the accelerator. "We were waiting to see if you came here." "I had had chills for about a
week. A friend told me to take
After that, they rode the miles in you that he would be all right by lounging comfortably in a living you would go, away without tellingme. Wintersmith's. The second dose
silence. morning." room chair when Lee put ,in an ap I. ." stopped the chills. I recommend
"Dad's car has been taken away. -"But how did, it happen, Mother?" pearance. She had donned a fresh Dale raised his head that his un- Wintersmith's highly, and, for
1 watched both sides of the road," "Your father thought one of the dress and her bronze curls still were believing ears might hear the words."I building up the system, too."
Lee observed when a glow of light rear tires was going down and got damp from a hasty session with the love you, Lady Lee. 'I think 'I Mrs. M. F.
For 70 Wintersmith'sTonic
against the low-hanging clouds told out to look at it. He must have comb. over years
always have loved I know I
you. has been used all over the
the travelers they were nearing the stepped into the path of that other "You don't look as if you'd beenon willforever."I'm South. It's a PROVEN Malaria
city.Twenty car. I don't know just what hap- a wild party ,at all," was her medicine. Get a bottle-TODAY!
minutes later Dale observed pened. I was too frightened." Mrs. guest's admiring appraisal. "The sorry, Father," Dale said
: "Well, here we are. I don't Brady's voice faltered and tears odor of that coffee is doing things to breathlessly, a few moments after Be It Right
suppose you know where the police filled her eyes. me," he added. taking leave of Lee. He found Doc- Whatsoever thy hand findeth to
station is. There's a cop over at Hudson promptly took the situa- "It should be ready. Would you tor Farwell standing in the front do, do it with thy might.
that"call box. Let me do the talk- tion in hand."You've like to have it in the kitchen? How hall drawing on his gloves. "I didn'tthink

ing. nothing to worry about, about a sliver of toast with it?" it was quite so late."
"Police headquarters?" the offi- Lee," he insisted cheerfully. "Now "I might be bullied into it. Two How Womenin
cer repeated suspiciously, as he here's the program. We'r taking slivers, maybe." "Pink said something about your
scanned the newcomers in the lightof your mother home with us. If your "A bit of sugar and cinnamon?" receiving a telephone message from Their 40'sCan

a nearby street lamp. "Sure I father is well enough tomorrow, I'll "Boy! Do I like cinnamon toast!I" Miss Brady early this morning." I '.
know. I'll see that you don't get arrange for someone to bring him "I told you you hadn't grown up. trust it was nothing serious. Attract MenHere's '
lost." The patrolman stepped on the home. I may drive him up my- Come and hook up the toaster and Dale plunged into a hurried account -
running board. "To your right, bud- self. We can take care of you and make yourself useful." Lee led the of his night's ride to Trenton good advice for a woman,during who fears her ;;,
dy, and straight up the street. It's Mr. Farwell, too, if you'll stay way to the kitchen. and back. A temptation to reveal she'll change lose(usually her appeal from. to 38 men to 62), who worrIes .
where you see the lights out front," over." Dale applied himself assiduouslyto the final chapter all but overpow- about hot flashes, loss of pep dizzy spells,

he added a moment later. "Thank you," Dale interposed, his breakfast, eatihg the toast ered him. But not just yet. He upset Get nerves more fresh and air moody, 8 hrs.spells.sleep and if you
Lee shrank close to Dale's sideas "but I must start for home. I ran Lee prepared and refusing a third scarcely had convinced himself that need a good general system tonic take,Lydia ,"\
Compound made
their escort piloted them through off with the family car and my fa- cup of coffee regretfully. those moments in the kitchen were E.especially Pinkham's for women.Vegetable It helps Nature buildUp ', -
wide corridor not a part of some wonderful thus helps give more
a and into a dingy ther doesn't know where I am. "Now come in the other roc>m and physical resistance life and assist calming '
room where an officer was en- "And I'm with dream. His one desire was to liveit vivacity to enjoy that
going Dale, Lee smoke a cigarette before you go. jittery nerves and disturbing symptoms!
throned behind a high desk. announced promptly. "I shan't let Lee made the hasty suggestion over again. Alone. Lenora loved often accompany change,,of life. WELL
"Well, young man." The sergeant him drive home alone after he was when she found Dale regarding her him His Lady Lee. She had WORTH TRYING!
stared curiously at Dale's informal good enough to get out of bed and silently across the table. Somethingin told him so. Her ''parting kiss still 37-38
attire. was warm on his mouth. WNU-7
bring me here. And you're sure his blue eyes made her suddenly
"My name's Farwell," Dale in- hou're all right, aren't you, Mother? apprehensive. She rose to her feet. Jonathan Farwell listened to the
formed him promptly. "Someonehere Very sure?" "Wait." Dale was in front of her 'story with an expressionless counte- '

telephoned Constable Kerneyof "Of course, and so thankful. Good now, blocking her path. He still nance. When it was finished, he' .
Locust Hill that a car belonging night, dear. Good night, Dale." watched her intently. "I've got to commented: : -?
to Mr. Cassius Brady had been know something, Lady Le'e." "Mr. Brady had a very narrow ':
found abandoned near Trenton. This CHAPTER X "What Dale?" escape from death. I am glad that T Don't Neglect Them I .
lady is Miss Brady. She ." you were able to be of service to Nature designed the kidneys to do ft
"Why did you call me last night?" :marvelous job. Their task is to keep the '-
"She wants to know what hap- "What a night," Lee sighed, look- his family. Did you notice if thereis flowing blood stream free of an excess of .
pened, eh? Well, if she'd stayed ing about as Dale brought the car toa "I needed you, was the low enough gas in the car for anhour's toxic impurities. The act of living-life
itself constantly
is producing waste
voiced reply. made -
home a little longer, she would have stop in front of the Brady house. "Daddy me driving? :matter the kidneys must remove from,
found out." promise not to tell where he had "Yes, sir. I had the tank filledon the blood if good health is to endure. ,
The first streaks of dawn shed
a When the kidneys fail to function
I felt that I could trust as
Lee took a step forward; her gray light on the scene. "It was a gone. you the way home from Trenton. Nature intended, there is retention of "
nands I mean that you would trust "I would suggest then that waste that may cause body-wide di,. :: ,
clasped you
beseechingly. good thing'I woke when I did.
up That wouldn't ask tress. One may suffer nagging backache, ., ,
"Where are my father and mother If you had carried me in uncon- me. you any lie down and get some sleep. I am persistent headache,attacks of dizziness, ,' '
? What happened to them? Oh scious the neighbors would have questions andher voice faltereda not sure that I will be here for retting up nights swelling, pudinesa ,:,"'
little. under the ejes-feel tired,nervous, all -
lunch. Tell Pink not to wait if I ,
please had something to talk about. You worn out.Frequent
"They're both okay," the officer : must be dreadfully tired." "I" want the right answer. Tell am late." :may be further, scanty evidence or burning of Kidney passages or '' .
assured. "Might have been serious. "I'm all right. You'd better trot me. (TO BE CONTINUED) bladder disturbance. "
Your father had, got out of his car I in before you have to explain to the "Are" you sure you want to know, ii a The diuretic recognized medicine and to proper help the treatment kidneys ;':.
and was hit by another going past. Watch and Ward Society whereyou've Dale? Lee's head lifted. Somethingvery Lord's Prayer in 1-Inch Line pet rid of excess poisonous body waste.
The driver sweet and gallant in the brown Use Doan' Pills. They have had more
brought him to a hospital been all night. Charles R. Gaunt, miniature than forty years of public approval. Are
here. Before the accident report "We'll think up a good story., eyes looking into the blue. painter of Haywards Heath, Eng- endorsed the country over. Insist onDoan's. _
came through, one of our motorcycle You're coming in, too, and have a "I must know." land, has written in gold the Lord's Sold at all drug stores. r
men found your car and cup of coffee." "I needed you, Dale. There- I Prayer in a one-inch straight line, .. ."",,tfI
called in. We got busy right away "Thanks. I'd better not. Father's there wasn't anybody else." Her each letter being one-seventieth of z
and checked up. Our patrolman almost sure to want the car, when head bent towards him." an inch high.


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l : For Scalded l\louths.-When a water. Wash first, then give them
) too-hot drink scalds the mouth and their borax soaking. Rinse well
: throat, take a teaspoonful of oliveor and hang in the sunshine to dry.
cod-liver oil. It the painat .
: eases

Ii D I Snoopie. I DI once. berry Quick-Baking pies with Pies.lattice-style-Fruit tops and

Examine Soiled Cloth.-Before require less baking time than the
removing soiled tablecloth and regular! two-crust pies.
C_ napkins Jook for fruit stains and .
p. QuICTSNOQpt put camphor on them. Then wash Your Thumb and the Hammer.If .
the same as any white goods. you happen to hit your thumb
when using a hammer, dip the
(" (3 v For Yellowed Napkins.-Yellowed thumb at once in an eggcupful of '
napkins and linen towels vinegar. It relieves the pain and
will become a good white if soakeda II prevents the nail from turning
day in a solution of borax andHOWSEW black. .

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way around a small plate or sau
cer. Use this pattern to mark and
L--- cut the scallops. After the scallops '
I i ij' Gv 01 I are cut, turn the raw edge
over the cardboard pattern with'
a warm iron as shown.
CaROSOARCAIIOP With the help of Mrs. Spears'
Book SEWING, for the Home
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I KNOW the things you have been wantingfor
WHAT'LL SHUT '' 2y 4 BASTE the house. Book 2Embroidery -
HIM UPCopjrlKht od and Gifts is full of ideas for(
ruFA ways to use your spare time in
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which r are of extreme value to the I fined in Article 10, Section 1, of the I a sufficent sum to pay the principle 't.
Crouch Accident- Record Time- Constitution for the year 1939 and and interest of the existing indebtedness -
jachlsman. Tho charts
are printed I thereafter. Said title may be held by of the State"
In three colors with the channels the entireties jointly, or in common !
.' with others, and said exemption
may ;
(Continued from page one) (Continued From, Page 4)) marked in red. be apportioned among such of the A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing'I
have been occupying the back seat vent termite damage. A bulkhead is Cant Hnbers is now in New owners as shall reside thereon as their an Constitution Amendment of to Florida Article Relating to

with Roberts, at the time of the constructed on the land side and YorlIJreparato'ry: to making a .per respective no such exemption interests of shall more appear than,Five but the State Militia by Adding Theretoan

crash, Smith and Reviere had climbed the bank will be pulled down to sonal distribution of the charts to Thousand Dollars shall be allowed tony Additional i to the Section Federally Specially Recognized applicable -

out of the car and were exam- backfill against this bulkhead and every point where the yachting fra- house one, nor person snail or tne' any amount on-e dwelling or tne Troops Known as the Florida National -

ining the injured man. Determining make a direct approach to the ternity meets. The Okeechobee I 'exemption allowed any person exceed Guard.
I the proportionate assessed valuation BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE -
Flood Control Board is assistingwith
ho alive, even though wharf from the bank.
that was based on the interest owned by such OF THE STATE OF FLOR-
unconscious, they; requested Wat- The wharf was built both withan the financing of this distri- person. The Legislature may prescribe IDA: That tho following amendmentto
bution. Tho has estimated appropriate and reasonable laws regulating Article XIV of the Constitution of
publisher -
son and Wedgeworlh to help them eye to appearance and to per- the manner of establishing Florida relatingto the State Militiaby
chase (lhe other car and obtainits manence. It will increase the mu- that there will he more than right tosaid exemption. adding thereto an additional Sec-
tion to be known Section 5 of said
twice the number of boats using
license number. A negro, iden- nicipal dockage considerably' priorto Article XIV specially applicable to
tified as Elisha Johnson, who liv- the opening of the new yachting the waterway during the coining A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan the federally recognized State troops
reason as used it last season. I Amendment to Section 21 of Article known as the National Guard is here-
ed nearby :had been awakened by season. '! 3 of the Constitution of the State of by agreed to and shall be submittedto
the crash and appeared on the Florida Relating tn the Publication of the electors of tho State of Floridafor
Notice o-Int-tl to Plss--Loc f or I ratification or I rejection at the
scene at this moment and pointed Body Found May American Restaurant Special Laws. next General Election to be held in
out the Crouch car sinking, upside BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE '1938, as follows:

down in the canal. Smith, Reviere, For BusinessMrs. OF THE STATE OF FLOR- "Section 5. FLORIDA NATIONAL
Opens IDA: That the following amendmentto
from 1) 3UARD.-(a) Whenever there shall
Watson and Wedgworth plungedin (Continued pag Section 21 of Article' 3 of the Constitution be in the State of Florida a federally
and in a few moments had both any identification.The of the State of Florida as recognized National Guard, the same
amended at the general election In shall 'be sui generis and subject to
said to have hap-
bodies on the road and applied accident is Donald Lamer, formerly 1928, be, and the same is hereby agreedto the lawful orders of the Governor,
about halfway across the and shall be submitted for ratification -
artificial respiration while they pened of the ClewIston Lunch who shall be Commander in Chief
and the lake was quite roughat manager or rejection by the qualified (b) The National Guard shall be sup-
summoned a physician.The lake near Sugarland Service Station, electors of the State of Florida Voting ported and maintained by the Stateof
the time. McCart was up on at the general election to be neld in Florida pursuant to provisions of
coroner's jury, composed of opened her new restaurant this November A. D. 1938 that is
the A-frame of the dredge whena : say law prescribed for organizlngarming-,
E. R. Mackey, W. M. Lee, E. Hester week in the Cottrell Building just that Section 21 of Article 3 of the governing and dlscipllng said National
big wave broke and caused the Constitution of the State of Florida Guard in accordance with the Acts of
and. William north of the bank and is preparedto
A. Seibenmorgan
J. boat to lurch. He lost his balance shall be amended so as to read as Congress and regulations of the Unit-
Rogers was impanneled at the serve meals and short orders follows: ed States War Department thereunto
of the accident by Deputy and fell to the deck of the dredge there at this time. Section 21. In all cases enumeratedin pertaining (c) Officers of the federally -
scene and slid on over into the water be- the preceding Section, all laws recognized National Guard, including -
Sheriff John Kirk and Justice of Mrs. Lamer states that she expects shall,, be general and of uniform oper- theAdjutant General, shallbe
the Peace Hubbell of Belle Glade. fore anyone had a chance to get to install tables and provide ation throughout the State but in all appointed, and shall be subject to
to him. The body was never sighted cases not enumerated or excepted in suspension, discharge, removal or com-
Mr. Crouch was one of the most music for dancing on the balconyof that Section the Legislature may pass pulsory retirement as such, solely on
prominent growers of the Ever- and it was believed that he was the room within a short time. special or local laws, except as now the basis of military proficiency, char-
killed or stunned by the fall. The or hereafter otherwise provided in the acter and service, as determined ac
glades and had resided in the Constitution; PROVIDED that no cording army regulations and usages
the time
section since 1923. Mrs. Crouch, location of the dredge at local or special bill shall be passed, nor sanctioned by law, anything in this i.,
makes it quite plausible that the FOR RENT. Furnished Garage shall any local or special law establishing Constitution to the contrary notwith- ,
the former Christine McDuffie, was to the or abolishing municipalities, or tanding, (d) The qualification of officers -
also well-known through the sec- body would have drifted Apartment. Phone 376, F'. L. providing for their government juris- and soldiers of the Federally
: point where the one was found Williamson.. tf diction and powers, or altering or Recognized National Guard- shall be
tion and had wide family connec- amending the same, be passed, unless prescribed In military i regulations
tions. Their tragic death was a distinct this morning. notice of intention to apply therefor promulgated in accordance with the
McCart's home was in Miles shall have been published in the man- general specifications of the U. S.
shock] to hundreds of friends law where the War Department.
ner provided by matteror
City, Montana He was a cousin of AOTICi OF ELECTION
and associates. thing to be affected may be situated The votes cast In compliance with
G. E. Etherton of Clewiston anda CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS which notice shall be publishedin said proposed amendments, and the
nephew of Mr. and Mrs.: H. Eth- the manner provided bylaw at canvass, declarations and returns
WHEREAS, the legislature of 1937 least thirty days prior to introductioninto thereof, shall be subject to the same
Last Rites For- erton of Moore Haven. under the Constitution of 1885, of the the Legislature of any such bill. regulations and restrictions as are
State of Florida, did pass four Joint The evidence that such notice has been provided by law for general elections
Resolutions proposing amendments to published shall be established in the In the State of Florida
Second Round- the Constitution of the State of Flor- Legislature before such bill shall be IN
(Continued from page 1) .. ida, and the same were agreed to bya passed, and such evidence shall be I TESTIMONY have WHEREOF,
Lord" recessional.The 1 vote of three fifths of all the mem- filed or preserved with the bill in the hand hereunto set my
as and
affixed the Great
bers elected to each house that the
; office of the Secretary of State in
bodies were taken to West (Continued from page .1) votes on said Joint Resolutions were such manner as the Legislature shall (SEAL) ida Seal, at of the State of Flor-
Tallahassee the Cap-
Palm ,Beach and interred in Wood- nine and win 1 up. -, entered with the upon yeas their and respective1 nays thereon Journals, and, provide was established, and the fact in the that,Legislatureshall such notice ital, this, the 30th day of

lawn Cemetery. A procession of Losers in the championship l bracket they did determine and direct that In every case be recited upon the July, A.R. D.A., GRAY 1938. ,
the said Joint Resolutions be submittedto
Journals of the Senate and of the .
the Consolation Flight,
make ,Secretary of State.
up the electors of the State at the
thirty-five cars accompanied ilie House of Representatives: PROVIDED -
; while losers in the Second Flight General Electron in November 1938. however no publication of any
two funeral coaches on the trip make Flight No. 3. NOW, THEREFORE, I, R. A. Gray, such law shall be required hereunder
up Secretary of State of the State of when such law contains a provisionto
to the cemetery further evidenceof Championship Flight: Florida, do hereby: give notice that a the effect that the same, shall not
Shelley beat Dick Bowmanby GENERAL ELECTIONwill become operative or effective until
the esteem in which the deceased nk SAFE
ratified or approved at referendum
be held in each county in Floridaon
couple 'was held. default. Tuesday next succeeding the first election to be called and held In the ,
Lou Betzner beat Keathley Bow- Monday in November, A D. 1938, the territory affected in accordance witha
Pall bearers for Mr. Crouch said Tuesday being the provision therefor contained in such
den 6 and 5. bill, or provided by general law.
were chosen from his business associates W. C.. Prewitt beat Dave Als- EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBERfor
the ratification or rejection of the
as a vegetable grower and ton 4 and 3. said Joint Resolutions proposing A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing-
Wells beat Mrs. F. D. amendments to the Constitution of the Amendment to Section 2 of Article
broker. They were Roy Green, ,and Arthur State of Florida, viz: IX of the Constitution of Florida Re- G
Duff 1 21 holes. lating to Taxation and Finance by
R, Y. Creech of Belle Glade, Roy A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingthe Thereto
Adding a Requirement That
Foy Durrence beat Owen Winn Amendment of Section 7 of ArticleX
Hudson, Ernest Burkette and Ralph of the Constitution. Relating to the the Legislature Shall Provide for
1. RaisingRevenue to State
3 and Exemption of Homesteads from Tax- Defray Appropriations -
Stallings of South Bay and W; Ralph Kirk beat Bill 'Owen,' jr., ation. :Made for the Benefit of b
the Uniform of Public Free
H. Vann. Pall bearers for Mrs. 5 and 4. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- Schools and of the State Institutionsof

Crouch were C. V. Parkinson, D. Dr. W. J. White beat C. V. Park- LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA Higher Learning as a Part of the'
That the followingamendment
: but
expenses of the State on an Equality PROFITABLEq
G. Alston, F. Deane Duff, O. F. inson 5 and 4. of Section 7 of Article X of the Con- Therewith.BE .
Schiffli, Wm. Bolton and C. E. stitution of the State of Florida relating IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS-
Second flight: to the exemption of homesteadsfrom LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA -
Miner of Clewiston. Mrs. Don Young beat H. 'J. Har- taxation, be, and the same is : That the following amendmentof are several safe places for
Honorary pall bearers were P. default. hereby, agreed to, and shall be sub- Section 2 of Article IX of the Con- 'your savings..in a safe depositbox
ris by
mitted to the electors of the Stateat
stitution of Florida relatingto tax- i
G. Smith, Pete Chagaris, R. M. Mrs. E. M. VanLandingham drew the General Election of Representa- .....Uon and finance be and the same Is in government bonds, invested '
Turner, W. S. Bowden, Raymond atives in 1938, for approval or rejec- Tiereby agreed to and shall be submitted here, etc. The principal difference \
bye. tion: that is to ,say, that the said to the qualified electors of the is that HERE
Shinsky, Elbert L. Stewart, Louis W. C. Owen drew bye. Section 7 of Article X of the Con- State of Florida for ratification or I I your savings earn a
Weiman, Charlie Thomas, Ralph Dr. S. J. Simmons beat LoursYanLandinglam stitution be amended so as to read as rejection at the next ensuing general generous profit for you... because
: follows: "election to be held in November, 1938. work
i i they constantly and
O'Neal, M. W. Bigg; E. O. Col- 1 up. Every person who has the legal titleor That is to say that Section 2 of Article profitably,
lins, R. M. Coker, jr. Dr. H. E. Elsberry beat Mrs. beneficial title in e9uity to real IX of the Constitution of Florida bo amply secured by many homes.
property in this State and who re- and the same is hereby ,amended so
The tragic death of Mr. and Lou Betzner by default. sidesthereon and in good faith makes as to read as follows: -

Mrs. Crouch cast a pall of gloom H. C. VanLandingham drew bye. the same his or her permanent home, "Section 2. The Legislature shall -
or the permanent home of another'orothers provide for raising revenue to defraythe Clewiston Federal
over the entire'section Sunday for, New pairings, championshipflight
legally or naturally dependentupon expenses of the State, including I
although they were a ;young couple, : said person, shall be entitled, Wan state appropriations for the benefitof
/ from all the uniform system of public free and Loan
exemption taxation exceptfor Savings
both had lived in the immediate Lou Betzner.W. .
Tom Shelley vs assessments for special benefits, schools provided in accordance with I I
vicinity of Clewiston for the past C. Prewitt vs Arthur Wells. up to the assessed valuation of live Article XII of the Constitution and
Thousand Dollars on the said home of the State Institutions of HigherLearning AssociationDAVE
thirteen years and were closely Foy Durrance vs Ralph Kirk. identified with its agricultural and Dr. W. 'J. White vs Emmett

civic interests. Shelley. -

Both Mr. and Mrs. Crouch were New pairings, Consolation Flight:

natives of Georgia. Mr. Crouch and Dick Bowman vs Keathley Bow-

his brother, Robert, came to the den DO YOU TROUBLE ON HILLS ?

Everglades during a bumper to- Dave Alston vs Mrs. F. D. Duff.

mato season 15 years ago, and re- Owen Wiun vs Bill Owen, jr.

mained to make this their home I C. V. Parkinson vs E. E. Kelly

Mrs. Crouch, then Christine Mc- New pairings, Second Flight:

Duffie, accompanied her parents, Mrs.. Don Young vs (Winner: Ed

Mr. and Mrs George WL McDufTie Yard-Con Clark).

to the section that same year, and Mrs. E. M. VanLandingham vs

two years later the family returnedto V7 .C. Owen.

reside here permanently. Dr. S. J. Simmons vs Dr. II. E.

Mr. Crouch has been engagedin Elsberry.H. .

extensive farming in the Lake C. VanLandingham vs (Winner -

Harbor and Clewiston vicinity each A. E. Kirchman-Louis Sal- ____

:year, and has operated packing monte). 7_' \ )

houses at South Bay and Lake Har- Eleven Everglades, merchants G '

bor for several years. Since 1929 have contributed prizes for the I DoD

he has been connected with the event. The Eli Witt Cigar Co., givesa D 1CA D

George Allison Commission Merch- box of Hav-a-Tampa cigars; Clew-

ants of New" York City iston Motor Co., 10 gallons of gasoline -

Both Mr. and Mrs. Crouch were and 5 quarts of molo: oil;

of a generous nature and have giv- Rainbo Store, Belle Glade, 6 pairs

j en liberally of time and money to athletic socks and a Forslner Spring .

assist those in need. They were belt; Clewiston Supply Co., an Ar- -

held In high esteem in the section row Shirt and Tie; Royal's Grocery,

and hundreds feel a sense of per- Clewiston: basket of groceries; it2

sonal loss in their untimely pass- Clewiston Inn Beauty/ Salon, 2

in g. Shampoo-Set and Dry; Betzner ,:, :
Mr. and Mrs. Crouch are survived Hardware, \Belle Glade, Electric: ,: ", '

by a daughter, Jo Ann, who .is toaster; A. E. Kirchman, Belle

nine years of age. .. Glade Sinclair distributor, 2 gallonsP. { -

Surviving Mr', Crouch also ai-e D. Insect Spray; Clewiston News, .

his mother, Mrs. Ira Crouch of 1. year subscription; Alston DrugStore ; \2,::: ;r ..; .

Dawson, Ga., and Like Harbor Clewiston, Men's Coty Toilet //LJ

Florida, and three brother, Joe Set; Seminole Drug Store, Clew-

E. and Robert W. of Lake Harbor iston, "Evening in Paris" compact.

and James T. of Milwaukee, Wis- 1 .

consin. I Waterway Charts-
Mrs. Crouch is survived by her .r

parents, :Mr. and Mrs. G. B. :Mc- .
Duffle, a sister, Mrs. Carl H. Bern- (Continued from vage one) I .

er, and three brothers, Hansel S. of depths, magnetic bearings of 04D {,U14 6rsollNE LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES .

McDuffie; Julian McDuffie and Ce- channels!' across the lake, shoals I SUES .

cil McDuffie, all of Clewiston. All likely to be encountered so far sw IU SUIC1SLfl INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR .

members of both families were in as possible to know at the time, tf

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