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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 23, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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!! ,: VOLUME 12, NUMBER 41 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEJOiEIl 23, 1fJJS SUBSCRIPTION $::.oo PER YEAR

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::1 ; VERVOORT MAKESINSPIRATIONAL High School Classes HURRICANE FAILS TO Kiwanis Inter-Club INDEPENDENT CANE- I


Name Year's OfficersAt Meet Next ThursdayThe

: TALK 'I REACH FLORIDA AND GROWERS DEVELOP

I class meetings held by the Clewiston Kiwanis Club will

: AT KIWANIS MEETING four high school classes this week CURVES NORTHWARDThe be hosts to delegations from eachof MORE PROPERTYI

the following officers have been the civic groups around the lake
elected serve for the which I
to term next Thursday evening when they _

: 'j Ralph I. Vervoort, general agent began two weeks ago: tropical hurricane which was hold their first Inter-Club meeting The largest independent

j I for the Clyde-Mallory; steamship Ninth Grade first reported in the Leeward Islands at the Clewiston Inn. It will I growers in the Everglades sugarcane

II lines of Miami, was the guest speaker President, agar Lowe. Saturday pursued a straight also be ladies' night and local Ki- R. E. Kurtz and John Tiedtke are
who
1; at the regular meeting of the
course west-northwest toward the wanians and visitors from other while
Vice-President, Gus Cantrelf.SecretaryTreasurer not working on a strictly
If Kiwanis Club on Wednesday night Beulah Guth- Florida coast until Monday after- clubs are invited tp bring their partnership basis, have pooled their

I of this week and a group of some rie. I noon 'when it curved northward just wives or sweethearts. Dinner will labor and equipment for the hand-
j I twenty-five members and visitors east of the Bahamas and be served at 7:30 each
Sponsor, Miss Whitten. struck the : man payingfor ling of both crops. Their
holdings
j
'I i.t: were present to enjoy his highly inspirational -
I Tenth Grade mainland Wednesday afternoon in his own plate or plates at $1.00 are in the Liberty Point area in
talk. the New England states with .
appalling the southeastern
corner of Glades
'I Mr. Vervoort, a noted civic club President, Sam Lang. each.A
t loss of life and property. committee composed of Rev. county and Mr. Kurtz has a small
1;: I speaker and a past president of Vice-President, Renee Wething-
Considerable anxiety was felt Forest ,C. Taylor, Dr. J. W. Ezelle acreage across the line in Hendry
J the Miami Kiwanis Club, chose as ton. here -and elsewhere in south florida and A. W. Sias is making arrange- county-about twenty

his, subject "Steady, Sir". This Secretary-Treasurer, Betty Bailey. throughout Monday morningand ments for the dinner and the pro- acres.
.! term, he explained is employed 'by At a convenient location these
I, Eleventh Grade' a part of the afternoon until gram. two (
J masters of ships at sea in address President, Munselle Stone. the weather bureau's authentic report The purpose of the meeting is growers have recently erecteda

to the pilot when the proper course, Vice-President, Hervey Bourne. that the course had veered.It to bind the civic clubs of the lake and camp at this to house time their own labor
have ten laborers'houses
has been set. The ship swings slow- Secretary, Wilbur McGehee. was described from the time it area into closer unity through the

ly toward position with the captain Treasurer, Dick Patterson. was discovered as a severe storm fellowship engendered by a group a mess hall, a commissaryand
, ;,two foreman's houses. All of
'";.I, occasionally saying "steady"as Sponsor, Mr. Wakefield. and a barometer reading of 27.65 meeting and it is expected that a the 'buildings
were bought at the
the proper course is near. When Twelfth Grade vas reported from a ship which good crowd from every such club lumber town of Sears and
the course is exact he says, "steady, rode out the storm. Winds of at will be present. transported -
President, Bill Owen. by truck to the location of the
sir" and the pilot answers him with least one hundred miles an hour The date for the meeting was or-
Vice-President, LeRoy Hare. camp. About forty regular employesare
the same phrase. Proceeding in, this were reported from the center of iginally set for Friday evening but'
Secretary, Owen Winn. used on the two plantations.Otto .
nautical vein he that
explained ", the storm. as the football season opens in Pa-
steering a boat along a regular Treasurer, Thos. W/aldron./ Larsen, superintendent for
The United States Engineers in hokee that night it was decided to
course not difficult but when Sponsor, Mrs. Thomas.MERCHANTS' the two plantations, stated this
was accordance with their program of hold it a day earlier.EXAMINATION.
steering a new course) or in close action before and during a hurri- week that the harvesting of thisyear's

r water one had to be extremely i cane, closed and manned each of cane crop would begin in ten
or twelve days after the !
watchful. opening
GOLF the hurricane ,gates around the TO BE
"Today, in business," Mr. Ver- lake. Instruments were checked and of the United States Sugar Corporati'on's -

voort continued, "we are sailingin sugar house on November
records in
kept order that accurate
close waters, things are chang- TOURNEY MOVES details of velocities and barometer' HELD FOR CARRIERON 1. Last year they harvested and

ing, and we are setting new cour- readings would be available should' sold to the sugar corporation cane
ses from old fundamentals and the from 100 acres which was said to
the storm strike the lake area.
term 'steady, sir' is most applicable. INTO SEMIFINALSThe Dredges were placed in safe places RURAL 'ROUTE have been especially fine and rich
." in sucrose content. This year they
the smaller machines back of
The out expect to harvest approximately sev-
speaker next pointed
f the hurricane gates and the big
that every business man, even Everglades Merchants' Cham- Welatka, unable to get into the The United States Civil Service en, hundred acres and will, as us-
pionship moved into the semi-finals ual sell to the Clewiston
though he owned and operated, his channel back of the sugar
gates was Commission has announced an examination -
after last Sunday's Lou house on a contract with the U. S.
, own business, had two partners- play with placed in a protected spot back of
t Uncle Sam and the' employee and Betzner, the Belle Glade hardware Island. to fill the position of S.
Torrey Telegraphic reports C.Mr.
, .i that it was necessary to accept this dealer-golfer carrying' the, bannerfor were received periodically from the rural carrier at Clewiston, Fla. Larsen stated further that

fact and chart a new business Belle Glade, and three Cl wis- weather bureau ina Jacksonville 'and The examination will be held at the growing season this :year had

course instead ot trying to cling ton entries holding up the balanceof the information contained' in them Fort Myers, Fla. been a little too dry for the best

to ,the. "old tan dards. It; the busi- ,the bracket, for: Clewiston.. C. I was given.to the public in order 'of will close l results.-and that a yield greater
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Receipt applications
ness man does not accept these Prewitt, Foy Durrance, and Emmett that everyone' might be well informed than forty tons to the acre could

I' changed conditions and try to abide Shelley are the sugarland entries of the course of the storm. on October 7, '1938. hardly be' hoped for. When harvest-

by them, he pointed out, the business left, Prewitt by grace of an upset As much of the levee as possible The date of examination will ing begins, he said, about eleven

{I I' will soon land on the rocks: victory over Arthur Wells. Dur- (Continued on page 8) be stated on admission cards mail- cars a day will be cut and ship-

I Uncle Sam. as a partner he said. rance won his right to semi-final ped to the sugar house, each car
ed to applicants after the close of
was merely standing by to see play by taking, out Ralph Kirk 6 containing between 24 and 25 tons
1'1 t that business ethics were followed'I I and 4, while Shelley was eliminating receipt of applications, and will be, of cane.

i' J and that we conduct our, business Dr. W J. White 2 up., MEDAL HANDICAP about 15 days after that date. The i The two growers have their own
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r' on an open and above-board basis. The genial Bill Prewitt caught salary of a rural carrier on a standard I Athey wago'ns and tractors, pur-
Mr. Vervoort then called attention Belle Glade's prexy with a strained chased for the harvest of the crop
TOURNEY TO STARTThe route of 30 miles served daily '
to the responsibilities of Kiwanis back wrapped up in five pounds of last year but there is an indicationthat
+ members and members of oth- adhesive tape, and although '''the except Sunday is $1,800 per annum, they will purchase additional

er civic organizations of all kindsto mayor held his Clewiston opponent I with additional. $20 per mile per equipment this year to handle the
Clewiston Golf Club announces -
use their influence against the on even terms through nine holes, annum for each mile, or major frac- larger crop. All of Mr. Tiedtke's
the addition of one more tour-
various "isms" which have the his back faltered on the last hole tion thereof in excess of 30 miles. cane will be loaded at the Liberty '
nament event to their regular win-
world in turmoil today. Their high losing 1 up to Smiling Bill. Dur- Certain allowances are also made Point hoist while Mr. Kurtz will use
ter schedule .of tournament play,
, I regard and desire for better things rance found an unexpectedly easy for the maintenance of' equipment.The the Sugarton hoist.In .
the Everglades Medal Handicap.The .
and their confidence in each other I time in dusting off Ralph Kirk who examination will be open onlyto addition to harvesting their
new meet bolsters up the
formed weapons, he said, which floundered around in' the midst of citizens who are actually domi- own crops it is understood that
schedule somewhat, filling in a '
could most effectively battle againstthe an early Sunday morning slump ciled in the territory of the post they will harvest the crop of J. E.
slight between the EvergladesMerchants'
spread of these "isms" in our' with a 91. Durrance had 81. gap office where the vacancy exists, Frierson and Tom Adair, other in-
tournament semifinalsof
country. He pointed out what an Only one match was ''played in the 'who hoy'been! actually domiciled (Continued on page eight) .
which will be played next Sun-
honor it was to be invited to be- Second Flight, Bill Owen jr., fin- there' for six months next preced-
(Continued on page 8) ally edging out Owen Wlnn 1 up day, and the starting of the Ever- ing the closing date for receipt of Clewiston P.-T. A.
glades Medal Play Championshipwhich
--. on the 9th hole. It was a bitter applications, and who meet the
November 6th.
Cattle-Produce Market loss for Winn who was 3 up on begins other requirements set forth in Holds First MeetingThe

the 14th only to have his opponent The new meet, a 72 hole medal Form 1977., Both men and women,

Approved By W. P. A. win 4 of the next 5 ,holes to play affair, will be of general interest if qualified may enter this examination -
to all Glades golfers, beingon
win. but appointing officers first meeting of the Clew-
Results, Championship Flight: a handicap basis. Play opens have the legal right to specify the iston ParentTeachers'Association

Jacksonville.Robert- J. Dill, Lou Betzner beat Tom Shelleyby October 2nd with four 18 hole at- sex desired in requesting certification for the year 1938-39 was held Tues-

Florida WPA administrator has au- default.W. tested rounds being ,played beforNovember" of eligibles. Form 1977 and day afternoon in the ,school 'auditorium -

thorized for operation a project providing C. Piewitt beat Arthur Wells 6th. Players will be required application blanks can be obtained with Mrs. John H. Doty,

for the construction of a 1 up. to register their tournament from the vacancy office mentioned I president, in the chair. I

B market shed and cattle pens at La- Foy Durrance beat Ralph Kirk rounds before playing and only net above or from the United States I The association voted to give a

Y1 Belle in Hendry county. 6 and 4.Emmett. scores will count in the final ,scor- Civil Service Commission at Wash- : reception to the'' teachers of the :

This will involve Shelley beat Dr. W. J. ing. ington, D. C. Applications must be Clewiston school on Monday even- I i
undertaking
expenditures -
White 2 up. Entry fee will ,be $1.00 and tro- Commission at 26th at o'clock..
of $24,399 on file with the ing, September ,', i
WPA allocation of $12,732, including and will a (Continued o'n page 8)Royal's ) phies and cups will be awarded the Washington, D. C., prior to the" The reception is to be held in the I

I furnish employment for 64 workersfor winner, runnel uP, and as many fol- close of business on the date speci- school auditorium and all patronsand

six months. Store To Move lowing places as entry money will fied above. At the examination, ap- friends of the school are cor-

, permit. No qualifying rounds will plicants must furnish unmounted dially invited to attend. Mrs. Doty; i

This project for the construction Into New be necessary. photographs of themselves 'taken: appointed Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mrs. :
f Quarters
of combination vegetable and cattle
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within two years. H. C. Kolstad and Mrs. J. J. Graham -
market to be located in LaBelle Choir To Begin Work as the committee in, chargeof

i t and to serve all adjoining ,counties .Royal's; new store in their recently SEAS IS ELECTED arrangements.

! I' was approved by the President the completed building opposite the On Christmas MusicJ. KIWANIS SECRETARY The association also voted to

.. latter part of August. The project I post-office is expected to openfor I I continue, the prize of $1.00 to be

r' I is sponsored by the State Marketing business the latter part of next 0- Postmaster A. W, Sias was chosen given to the room having the larg-
Board through the efforts of County week. Employees will begin movingin director of the mothers .at
E. Beardsley, by the board of directors of the est ,number of present
Agent G. C. Hodge. stock the first of next week and Community Church' choir, announced Clewiston Kiwanis Club to act as each P.-T. A. meeting. .

j' First efforts to secure such a arranging it and by the latter part this week that the regular choir secretary during the coming year at Interesting talks were given by

'i. market were started by the Everglades of the week will be able' to stagea practice next week would be heldon a meeting held Thursday. Principal 13. E. Herring and Coach

Cattleman's Association in formal opening. Wednesday evening instead of Homer Wakefield. Mr. Herring'stalk

1937 and the original location' plan The new store will combine the Thursday evening due to the Kiwanis -! CJItAVKS: CONFERS WITH was along inspirational lines
ned was at Goodno. The A. C.: L. dry goods from the store of the
; operated meeting on Thursday.At I IMVA OFFICIALS IN ATLANTA.County and centered on the theme
railroad would not agree to donate here last season with the groceries this meeting of the choir work: correlation of the home and the

the land for the market at that from their grocery store now locat- will be started on the special Christ- Superintendent S. A. school as influenced in shaping the

I place and later it was agreed to ed just north of the new l buildingin mas music and it is planned that Graves' returned the first of (ills child's life. Mr. Wlakefield described -

, move it to LaBcllc and instead of tho Hopkins block the musical, talent in each of the week from Atlanta where he spent briefly the program of physIcal'

'F. a cattle market only, as was originally The store-room will be one. of the local churches be combined to pitt several days with PWA officials; on education planned for the students

planned, it was decide-l to roomiest and most attractive in on this program which will be pre- details appertaining to the Clew- with particular emphasis on the

I' add a packing house where the Clewiston, the dimensions being sented at each of the churches dur- iston High School building. I variety of games to be introduced.

small farmer could pack his produce fifty feet in width' by seventy-five ing Christmas week. Mr. Graves returned very optimistic Six-man football will be played for

k and a vegetable'market shed feet in depth. A room fifteen feet Everyone interested in music, re- as to the chances for speedy the first time this year in the local

There will be three buildings, one deep running the width-of the building gardless of religious affiliation, is' approval of the Clewiston project. school. '

60 x 100, another 30 x 200 and the is located in the rear for stor- urged by Mr. Beardsley to cooperate Approval by the Atlanta office is!: Each teacher in the school was
I'y: \' size of the packing house Is not given age, rest rooms, etc. Two double- introduced to the
and to be present at this choir said to virtually assure 'approval In present and was
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L May Be Setback for Dewey ADVENTURERS' CLUB a,. .:'.'

Without Puffing
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JosephNeiv .
iaIy Don't get too swift; you can

HEADLINES FROM THE LIVES walk farther in a, day than you ,
tion, the prime minister had to (
can run. V
York I speak louder than usual. Lest Adolf OF PEOPLE LIKE YOURSELFI Efficiency that begins with mere
racket conspiracy think Britain ,capitulating -
Hitler was
Long before a skimping is no efficiency at all.
charge was placed against Tamma- lest France think Britain had

nyman James J. Hines, New York's deserted her in the hour of need, he "The Fall Into the Bottomless Well" Sort of Magic in It

District Attorney Thomas E. Deweywas told Ambassador Nevile Hendersonto It is great fun making people
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mentioned as a potential G. O. P. give Der Fuehrer another warn- HELLO EVERYBODY: 1 who you know dislike you, like

nominee, even as a ing for good measure. The warn- .
gubernatorial
you imagine falling into a well and never reaching you.A
1940 presidential possibility. By the ing: That Britain demands Czecho- man's ordeals color bis ideals.
bottom? That's what happened to William J. Sternberg of Long
time the state finished presenting slovakia's preservation.Thus After a sensitive man has been
evidence in Jimmy Hines' trial, armed with latest Czech Island City, N. Y., who tells today's yarn.In blown about for years by the !

Tom Dewey's political importancewas concession offers, watched by pro- the spring of 1835, Bill Sternberg, then a lad of 19, was putting winds of chance, he looks for a

pretty well settled. So certainwas Czech allies that included Britain, in panes of glass along the side of a building in Long Island City, N. Y., rut. \ ,

this importance that observers France, Russia and Rumania, Adolf since burned down. A steep slope fell away almost vertically from the

tried to find political significance in Hitler strode on the stage at Nur- building, and below this slope was an old well, whose rotting timbers
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repeated clashes between the district emberg's Nazi congress to speak his had been removed preparatory 1o making a new cover. Now watch and Ideal Hot Dish Mats ,

attorney and Justice Ferdinand mind on the subject as he had never see what happened.

Pecora.Of spoken it before. Bill Sails Off Into Space. Made of Cable CordBy

one thing they could be sure: His points: (1) That, if they can- Along the far end of the building, the ground fell away so steeply

Justice Pecora's political back- not defend themselves, Sudetenswill that Bill had to go look for the ladder he had left against the one-story RUTH WYETH SPEARS .

ground was the antithesis of Tom "receive help from us"; (2) extension. To make sure the ladder was still where he had left, it, he
Dewey's. One-time assistant district that Czech President Edouard took a step backward to look over the edge of the roof. Suddenly his THIS mat is made of white cot-

Benes spread false rumors of Ger- left foot went completely into space! cable cord such as you buyat

man troop movements during recent Bill says "I knew in a flash where I was about to go. It was the notion counter for corded V

Czech municipal elections, too late to scramble forward, so I braced my foot, and with all seams and trimmings. The orig-
thereby practicing intimidation; (3) inal mat from which this designwas
my might I threw my body back .
that, though Germany wants peace taken was made of-no one of
And right below lay-you guessed it-the open well!
with European democracies, nothing this generation would ever guess rtj
a.s Bill's quick thinking may have saved his life, but it didn't keep him
her from assuring what! Corset strings.
can prevent
a from going through a bad experience. His shoulders struck the far edgeof
self determination for Sudetens. The design shown here is com-
the well and his feet the that he .
scraped near edge so lay across the
Actually, Der Fuehrer's only new pact and, copied in rather heavy
top; opening like a stiff stick. Only he wasn't so stiff, worse luck. Bit
assertion pertained to Sudeten "self cord, makes an ideal hot dish mat.
by bit he started to slip down the sides of the well, the weight of his
determination. Did this mean he Follow the sketches for directions.
body held in space only by the fierce pressure of his braced feet and
favored ? That night, as
plebiscite
a shoulders against the rough brick sides of the well. /
Europe pondered his words, the MAKE CIRCLES
consensus said yes. Did his speech And Then He Started to Slip! IN PAIRS .

carry a dangerous threat of war? Had that well been an inch wider in diameter, boys and girls, Bill

; ZI Most observers thought not, though wouldn't be telling this story. As it was, he had all he could do, press-

jittery France had rushed so many ing with all his strength, to keep his body out straight, to keep pressureon

a troops to her German border thatit his toes and his shoulders and neck.
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might be almost embarrassing to Picture for yourself what he was"up against. If either his JOINING PLAIN IN w '

withdraw them. head or his feet started slipping faster than the other end, he BRIIiDIN6 r ,

might drop so much on one end that his body would no longer

Politics meet the wall on both sides. The minute his legs or his shoul-

In Maryland, Democrats could ders slipped enough to fall away from, the wall-HE WOULD
PLUNGE TO THE DEPTHS BELOW!
choose one of "three nominees for

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man by the name of Franz. When the first terror at his predicamentAnd
DISTRICT ATTORNEY DEWEYHe Senator Millard E. Tidings, whom

tripped over the poultry. Franklin Roosevelt wanted removed

because his New Deal batting aver- s X11 Make the circles in pairs, as ....:.:

attorney under Tammany regimes, age is only 292. By record a poEtical shown, using No. 40 cotton thread V :

later a New Deal district attorney opportunist, Senator Tydingswas to sew them. Braid three cords

candidate, still later a member of once a ragged boy on the docks together and then sew the braided

the securities exchange commission, of Havre de Grace, rising to 'Mary- strip around and around to make '

Ferdinand Pecora had a thoroughly land's house of delegates at the, age the center of the mat. Sew a ,..

un-Republican background before he of 23. His helper was Murray Van- row of the circles to the edge of .: .- .
named to New York's Supreme .
was "
diver, state Democratic chairman this center part, then add another '' ,
in 1935.Political
court .
who helped him through school, braided row, being careful to '
or otherwise, Justice Pe guided him into politics, was later "ease in" the inside edge just \.

cora has found cause to sit em- unseated from Maryland's treasury- enough to keep the mat flat. Continue ,;;l;

phatically and repeatedly on the vig- ship with Protege Tydings' aid. A adding alternate rows of circles ...l;:...'.:

orous young district attorney. Once, distinguished war veteran, he rose and braiding until the 'mat is ..'.:.:V'; :,
when Mr. Dewey pouted that he to congress with the help of Vandi- the size desired. ; '

was being treated like an "inter- ver's enemies, was boosted into the To join the ends of the braidedrows \.:;.'.::;:.
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in the courtroom the
loper
justice senate as compromise candidate by ,
end the .
through
pull one .
shot back that he resented the re Gov. Albert C. Richie and Frank right below lay the open well. braiding, to the wrong side of the .
mark. By the time he was through Furse. His favorable New Deal "
presenting evidence, the 36-year-old votes: Miller-Tydings price controlact lifted, Bill thought of Franz and yelled for help. Picture his horror when mat; then trim the ends and sew : t"
to
is not too early
It
flat.
racket smasher could rest assuredhe on trademarked goods, SEC, he got no answer. them
had built a good case, though his neutrality and "pump priming." All along he had been hoping that before he lost control, rescue begin thinking of Christmas' gifts
courtroom conduct had sometimes would arrive. Now his voice rang mockingly in the dark depths below. -and you will be wanting to make
been irregular.As Rep. David J. Lewis, whose election Franz did not answer. something a bit unusual for that '

the defense began its case, two Franklin Roosevelt urged in a Bill Sees a Dim Ray of Hope. next bazaar when it comes rolling '.
I Labor day speech at Denton Md. .
Book 2 Embroidery -
around. Sewing ,
abrupt developments threatenedTom Lower, lower slipped Bill. The rough bricks scraped his shouldersraw. ,,)
since he has been a faithful New is full of ;
Novelties
Dewey's attempt to convict Blood ran from his tortured flesh, soaked his shirt. The pressurewas Gifts and '
dealer. David Lewis dug coal in
illustrated .
Jimmy Hines of conspiracy in Ar- agony, yet he dare not ease up. To let up meant dropping.Bill new ideas all clearly : "" ..-:'.
Pennsylvania when nine old -
,
years Send ;
with pictures. ;
thur' ("Dutch Schultz") Flegenheimer's studied law at wormed around till his eyes could examine the depths of step-by-step \.;
night, finally began >
for it today and give life a new :', : :
policy racket. First, Defense practicing at Cumberland. In 'congress the well below. And for a moment hope returned to him. Directly interest, starting some fascinat- '. ,'.: .
Attorney Lloyd Paul Stryker since 1911 he has fostered below, about seven and a half feet down, he saw the ribs of the by .
work. Enclose 4/,
of hand :
asked that the case be thrown out parcel post social security and form for the brickwork projecting on the inside, about two or three ing piece ,
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and address Mrs. Spears, :,>
grounds of insufficient evidence 25 cents :)
on workmen's compensation. inches beyond the brickwork. The masons had left the form with V '
but Justice Pecora denied the mo- World war he handled Duringthe telephones the ribs and built around them. 210 S. Desplaines St." Chicago, HI. -'" \:'; ,',.'

tion after a day's consideration.Few and telegraph. He foughtthe "Now," Bill told himself, "if those ribs will hold my weight, I'm

minutes later, the district at- bonus as did Veteran Tydings. safe!" But could he reach them? ; "

torney began cross-examining At- Arthur E. Hungerford, New Dealer Seven and a half feet! Seven and a half feet of creeping, of tortured CONSTIPATED f .

torney Lyon Boston, who made an whom the New Deal ignored, who shoulders, of risky probing with one foot when an instant's"let-up in that
admittedly half-hearted, youthful in- meant-Bill Sternberg tried not to think what it meant whilehe "
closed his pressure i."
campaign by charging Heart.
vestigation of Jimmy Hines whilean Gas Crowds
"there should be a grand jury anda groped with one foot for a hold, wormed his raw shoulders lower on : '

assistant under William C. federal investigation of the meth- the bricks that were like sandpaper on his raw shoulders. "Tot thirty yeaia constipation cau d m. ;. :
Dodge, Dewey's predecessor. Under I ::;,;'
headaches and p&1nsiD the back. Awful gM
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New Than the Old. '
discussion was William Fel- ods used. Danger orse blotting crowded toy heart.Adlerika helped ."',:.
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lowes Morgan, commissioner of By the time Maryland's first votes Just as he reached the ribs a new danger presented itself. His shoul- : right anything&111'&,I. want Now and eat sausage rarer felt,bananas better.-,pie, .4'" ,:'. -

markets, who testified regarding the were counted next evening, Millard ders started to go lower than his feet! Mrs.MabeiSehott. Two thing happen when .- ,..'"' .,

poultry racket before New York's Tydings' nomination was certain, Bad enough to plunge feet first. But head first! And backward, you wattea are swell constipated.up bowels FIRST and press: Accumulated on nerves lathe ) V-. "

famed "runaway" grand jury in though more than one unprejudiced at that! digestive tract. SECOND:Partly digested :,J"'... :.
It took all the flagging nerve of Bill Sternberg to grind those food starts to decay forming GAS,bringing '":., :.
, observer mourned the defeat of a OB sour stomach, indigestion,and heartburn .. r ;' .
i 1935.Asked Dewey: "Don't you remember great liberal, David Lewis. For gov- raw shoulders into that wall and work his feet down to-yes, the bloating you up until you sometimes gasp for ,": "r"

: any testimony about Hines ernor, Democrats nominated Attor- rib. Bill made it. And what's more, the ribs held him. Feet breath.DOUBLE Adlenka ACTION.gives double Adlcnka relief relieve i with* ':'.

and the poultry racket there (before ney Gen. Herbert R. O'Connor. and shoulders.But STOMACH GAB almost at once. It often I :',,-'.. :,...
clears bowels in less than two hours. No griping ; ;:
the grand jury) by him?" Meanwhile, Republicans chose Os- how long was he to remain here like this? Frantically he lifted no after effects, gust quick results. Reoommended ,. V
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"One moment!" boomed Defense car Lesser and Gov. Harry W. Nice his voice in a hoarse shout. And now to his ears came a sound-the by many doctors for 25 yean. .*?:/ :\ .

Attorney Stryker. "I move for a for senator, governor, respectively. sound of Franz's hammer. Franz, hammering and whistling at his Sold at all drug torn :Vii(.
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mistrial." O Nothing is more embarrassing to work, had perhaps not heard. Bill summoned all his strength, fairly .

The defense contended Tom Dew- a politician than unwanted support. bellowed: "Franz, FRANZ: !" :'. ;;'\::
ey had made unfair reference 'to This time Franz came, and with one unconcerned tug yanked up his '
Hanging to the coat-tails of Maine'sthree
grand' jury, testimony about a pos- Republican companion. Bill landed hard on the safe ground. It felt goodbetterthan PILi: RmLIBJr >? :

sible criminal matter with which Clyde Smith James congressmen Oliver and, his shoulders. But worst of all, he says, was trying to square .- ,

Jimmy Hines was not charged. Ralph Brewster, have been the Pine himself with his mother for Copyright.ripping-WNU his shirt Service., when he got home! ..GUATDIn ,

Though the prosecution claimed At- ;
Tree state's Townsend pensioneers
Refunded
24 Hours
or Money
torney Stryker had opened the sub-
providing a juicy topic of speech-
ject, Justice Pecora thought other- making for their Democratic oppo- Cranberry Thrives Best blanket of sand, too, one inch thick Thousands easy to use preparation of users have works found almost this new like 'r'V'.'-,. J,

wise. Two days he pondered the nents. Principals in the race that in Acid Peat Muck Soil atop the ice, to settle gently but magic after having suffered for years.
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mistrial motion. Then, to a tense until 1936 was said to forecast firmly around vines in spring when SPECIAL-Clip this ad and print your

courtroom, he read a two-hour opin- America's political future ("As The cheery little cranberry, once the ice goes out to absorb heat and name together plainly with on SI.00 sheet in of Caih.paper P.O.and Money send ',

ion upholding the defense. Result: called craneberry because its blos- help keep frost away; to discourageweed Order. Check or Stamps to Jetta's Pile '
I Maine so the nation"])
goes goes with-
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resemble a crane's head and Relief, Box 1254 Wilmington.
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juror was ordered withdrawnand I have been Republican Gov. Lewis growth; to give old runners a in ten days and a regular $2.50 complete V
the state's neck, is not modest in its require- and be by return mail.
laboriously built case O. Barrows seeking re-election 'and' chance to reroot thus renew the treatment will sent you
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ments.It another minute. If are ,
was thrown out. i bog. Don't delay you
ex-Gov. Louis M. Brann, seeking a,I demands low-lying land satu- not delighted and amazed at results in .'.. I
Next day, Manhattan wondered third term. Maine's political visi- Marshes are drained in the spring 24 hours your money will be refunded.
whether Tom Dewey's defeat would: rated with water; prefers acid peator and from short mother vines .
tors included Republican Chairman new
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cost him a chance to be NewyYork'sgovernor. shoots Buds swell and send :.
John. D. M. Hamilton, Democratic creep. :
voirs to constantly feed thirsty fields
A more pertinent ques- Chairman James A. Farley. Adding I out ,a short shoot upon which pink :' ';
I miles of radiating canalsto :.:r
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wanted the. job. a touch of color, Candidate flood marshes quickly against kill- waxen blossoms bloom. When pet- Your TOVl1R -- ,,
als fall, tiny berries emerge to grow ;. ,
Brann brought Crooner Rudy Val-
of in-
ForeignThe ing frosts and as a, measure
lee back to his home state, had sect control, states a writer in and plumpen. Slowly their color Your Stores

fact that he became a grand- him sing Maine's "Stein Song." If Prairie Farmer. fades from green to creamy white; Our community includes the farm homes

father for the second time was, only the nation goes as Maine goes, next It must have winter protection.Just to coral pink, while the rare and. surrounding the town. The town stores

{ one reason why British Prime Min- November's elections will go Re- before heavy frost, reservoirsare vigorous flavor develops within. are there for the accommodation and to

ister Neville Chamberlain felt old. publican, for despite Rudy Vallee, opened and vines covered; theylie Gathered, dried and boxed, cooler serve the people of our farm homes. The

To offset a London Times editorial despite Townsendism, the G. O. P. through winter beneath a weather turns the berries full fla merchants who advertise "specials" are ,_
snug 'Q
urging German annexation ofCzechoslovakia's elected and three con- vored and a rich, ruby red. merchants who are sure they can meet all
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ONE of the_best prescriptions ever offered for longevity was a significant, gain is noted.,

by the wise man who said: In the twenties, The protein requirement diminishes
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normal life span.A able to resist infections and the eaten as long as they do not cause
degenerative diseases. fermentation; otherwise cooked
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It has been well said that "the// if you hope to be vigorous at 50 trary to popular opinion, sweets

' ; Going in a circle about 575 teet in diameter, the net soon encloses a age of man has small relation tohis and after-that you begin to plan can frequently be eaten in con
school] of salmon. The bottom of the net is closed by drawing the purse years," for it for it many years earlier. siderable amounts without causing
'I line which operates just like the string of a purse. Soon the net will be has been demon Live sensibly. Avoid overwork. indigestion. Fats, however,
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a woman of your requirements, so that thereis time.It .
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is being done by men and women weight increase which many people what meal schedule best suits
who can see 50 only by looking erroneously believe inevitable individual requirements and then
over their shoulder. during the middle years. abide by it. For it is indeed true

that middle age-and the years
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On the other hand, thousands of overeating. For muscular activi- WNU-C. Houston Goudiss-1938-28.
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PAGE FOUR THE CLEWISTON
I NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1038 ...
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The Clewiston News J It is at this stage of the proceed- there was no room for reason. The I Paris and other European centers, again being set to bring America <1

ings that the Tallahassee Democrat: message of "Peace on earth, good radios on short wave pour out into tho conflict. Stop and list-

enlists and we hope it will bring will towards men" to them was this or that story. Censored dis- en to street gossip and you find
Published every Friday In Clcwfston I some practical ideas with whichto but them-
an empty phrase. Calling patches bring this or that pictureto those who contend that anotherwar
the CLBWISTON NEWS
Florida Inc. by arm its warlike spirit. However, selves "Christians"!' and professinga influence our minds and win will bring prosperity. You

the answer lies in Washington, not faith In God, they neverthelessgave our sympathy. Lies, truths and half find others who bitterly denouncethis

KEATHLEY BORDEN, Editor I in Tallahassee where the Democrat, no heed to the greatest commandments truths are flung at us with chargesand country or that and by their
and sometimes the News-Press, can "Love one another," counter charges until we hard- heated argument give evidence that

I occasionally get some action, and and placing their own ability and ly know what to believe. France they have already chosen sides
Entered as second class mall matte ire fear that our esteemed contemporary wisdom above that of their Creator, '
February I, 1927. at the Post Office I Ir I clamors for an expression from and think we should prepare to
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act (.' like this newspaper and they took up arms to shatter' the
March 3, 1597.Subscription. the Everglades sugar industry, will peace of the world and give free America. Senator Pittman, a mem- take part in the conflict.

find itself a voice crying in the rein to death and destruction. ber of our Foreign Relations Committee This is a time when every American -

Rate $2.00 Per Ycnr.Advcrtlnlngr wilderness for a square deal that: They called it "war to end I reminds us that we are obligated youth should stop and think.
Rate On Application. is no part of the New Deal's plans. to support Czechoslovakia. Do -
wish
to
war", a war to "make the world we again send the t'
There other
are unfortunately
safe for democracy.: How well Just as in L914, the stage is (Continued on Page Five)
factors which swing more weightin t
Devoted to the advancement and welfare -! they FAILED is evidenced by the \
legislation than Florida - ----
. of Clewiston and Hendry County. can pitiful plight of the world today.
r bring to bear and no matter whatwe
The lesson that was paid for
do about it their political influence -
with the lives of over eight mil
Florida papers could be nasty in congress is likely to prevail ffl about time to'remind
I lion youths, that filled the hos- '
and refer to it as a New England over the consumer ,of sugar '
pitals of the world with over twen-
hurricane but -so far none of them I and the Florida producer. It' will
ty million wounded, that brought
have. take a profound change in national you .... MK
anguish and heartache to count
policy to right our wrongs. and that o
less millions and left property de- w z
Fall arrived this week accordingto is hardly in the cards at this stage W '
I stiuction and debts totalling into
the calendar and the weather of the game.-Fort Myers News- .
billions, seems still unlearned I
one or two mornings indicated that Press. j H "ir
there was no mistake. With the armistice caine again, 9
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i the old men to sit about the CF COp4
GIVE FLORIDA SUGAR
I iI council table bringing with them
DRIVE CAREFULLY A CHANCE
even deeper greed and hate,. to I

draw new maps, take reprisals, and I
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Wfith the beginning of the school '
Florida sugar producers are willing le-shape a war-torn world of their YOU can't afford to procrastinate
term it has ben the practice of
to have the government throw creation. 't !t
this paper for several years to call own much longer in starting save a
off all tariffs on the Cuban product
attention of the motorists to the Twenty-four short years have
need for careful driving in the and go into the market in free passed only to find the flames of portion of your income..and invest ,, .. "

vicinity of the school. This year I competition, provided the government greed, hate, envy and malice leaping otJ'r it wisely... during your productiveyears.

with no safety patrol to watch out I lifts quota restrictions.This I hungrily to destroy the world'snew D The slogan/"Save and IlaveSPV1PpE "'
o years.
for the children as yet it is even is the statement and chal- crop of youth and turn into
more important that motorists lenge issued by President ClarenceR. I smouldering ruins the fruits of may be old-fashioned, but the sensible

should exercise extreme caution ill Bitting of the United States Sugar -I rehabilitation and progress. Old .6ts people that follow it are the

driving near the school. I company, which has a great men-stubborn, defiant '- nursing
plantation and sugar mill at Clew- their own ambitions, determinedto A 'fa happy ones you meet. We'll gladly"
The points of most danger are
probably the street intersections. iston in the Everglades country. He have their own way, fan the ," ......"'". help you with our time-tried, safe
made' the statement in a letter to old flames as they feverishly teach "
with the highway where many i
the editor of the Fort Myers News- the younger generation to march and profitable savings plans.
children are forced to cross going
,Press. and shoot. Nations of the earth pile
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to and from school. Signs could be I -
"Florida producers," said up armaments in a vain effort to
painted on the highway at these sugar
match the mountan of hate and Clewiston Federal
intersections warning motorists to Mr. Bitting"are willing to take Savingsand

slow down and officers should see their chances with Cuba_ in free fear that these same armaments

that the traffic laws are enforced.Too and unrestricted access to. the American -i i engender. Loan Association

much speed is common along sugar market provided there From London, Berlin, Rome,

the highway at these points. are no quotas, bounties, tariffs or .
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other preferentials to any sugar pro-
But if every motorist in Clewistonwill

take it upon him or herselfto ducing area or part of any such ;..X..X"X..X..X..X .* *..*..*..,*... .. ...:..... ..NHN. NN. .
drive slowly and, carefully in area; and at the same time Flor- : *V\VA&&AAAAJl* . # .".."J.>.A.IMN. .> .>.4.t..t..;...;...;...;...;...:...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;...;......;...;...;...;...:...;......;...;....:..:..:..,1N. ;.NNNNNNNMNNNNNI. .;. .HNNMNNMNN/1. # ...NNHYouNeed ...
ida will undertake to
the school zone the dangers of producers ??
injury to the children will be greatly pay higher daily wages than any xx
minimized. other area under such conditions." I :!::!: :?;::;:

A flat challenge and demand for I :::: :;:::

SUGAR GETS A RECRUIT the right to utilize land and machinery -) r
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in production of a commo- 1 .:..

The Tallahassee Democrat, whichwe dity that goes into every home, XA I

have been trying to instruct on I and of which the United States. produces '

what's best for the Everglades sug- but a small percentage of

ar industry, has finally seen the I what it consumes. "The facts are," If! This Newspaper r Ilj=

light, and is glad of it. Acceptinga I says the News-Press, "that the Everglades *:*

statement to the News-Press by sugar industry canget
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Clarence R. Bitting, president of I along all right without tariff protection XAYA : .r.

the United States Sugar company, I and as It could get along a yyyy y

that Florida producers ask only a whole lot better without hampering ::: ::::
free hand in -production, without I government restrictions: it stands to r A Ar We need the people of this section as readers and !

quotas, bounties or tariffs," the 'reason that Florida producers wouldbe :::: XXM:::: \ J
I. but friends don't think need
Democrat says that's. what it wants, willing to trade in the whole patrons, honestly, you you ,

too, and promises to join in kit and kaboodle of man made quo-

attempt to get it. an tas, bounties and tariffs for the :XA::::: us, also? You have' the best of it, we confess that, for :!:::

Godgiven.right. of a free hand in '.' "' ......
"Now that we are all on 'A
same side," says the Democrat the in production. The Everglades industry YA:::;: you can get along without us and we cannot get along .:.!_:..j::.
would be better off that way and M .
approving the

statement of policy sugar, "let's company's start the 'would why anybody favor something should doubt so that clearlyto it :i::: without you. We know that you CAN get along without :t.::.:

fight, Mr. Bitting-we are with *r *
I its own advantage is more than : ; therefore fix it ::::
you. / I.I we can figure out." ii us, so we-are going to try to so you

The Tallanassee Democrat's support i I .....
Or we. Mr. Bitting has stated '
will d.
will be welcomed because its I I II; nee
that if quota restrictions, if they 4 / AA
editorial page is one of the most XX
must persist, are raised so as to ':**:* AX
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authentic in Florida and becausethe I "

paper's circulation,.includes thestate's duce allow even the Everglades ten percent section of the to sugar pro-, :YA Ii:i::;: OUR business is to give YOU the news-to collect *AA*'

most influential public of-
that be I'; XX
can produced in that almost
Kilgore ficials. ,In is addition highly its regarded editor, John in scandalously productive soil it ;YAAA:::: items of interest, write them, put 'them in type and print :;::::

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would provide work for many thousands -
dent newspaper of circles as an erudite stu- more families at good wages. :XXii:;::: them and deliver them to you. We try also to EXPLAIN :::::
public affairs who: has opento XXY
Here
we are paying out millions

him direct and sources whose of opinions reliable are information 'in Florida WPA, when to support development workers of under a-' :XA XAYA:: : the news, to point out the meaning of occur. :::*i:


usually than some guided of the by rest more of us research devoteto ingle industry' which makes a product ,$:i::!: ences, and to give you our opinion on. them, leaving it :;::f

for which the country has ;: ?sAt:
arriving at -
saving the country.ways and means of great and ready demand is held 'XA::::A: to you to decide who and what is right. It takes WORK :::::
back. The 'Glades industry :! XX
But before
launching into the AX

fight which the Democrat calls for, in more Its expansion men than would WPA give carries workto in :..*.XA:;: to do this, and the work ought to be paid for ; therefore iiS

perhaps it would be well to bring Florida .r. :
today.-Bradenton Herald.
recent recruits up to date on the -.- :::: we ask for your CASH subscriptions.In ;_;*;
status of the matter. The "fight" / I'I IN
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has been going on for a long time. ; ..NNNNNHNN:H:..:M:..:.INNHN:..:HN, :..:N:..:.I :a

regulating Ever since everybody's the New Deal business started the Too Late To :_::..r.:. I the schools I and churches there are things you IfE: :;:


spokesman United States for Sugar the Everglades company: in-as Classify j]****: want. to know about ; things that happen in the town hall :!::!:

dustry, has been battling valiantly By pissed: Kay :;ix ifA

against the instrument the quota system which is ...:.':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. .:;;::;:'Y:;*: that ',are YOUR- concern and that you should_ know :Ji :
with which the government A O *
kills the little pigs and Youth-eaior; confident, ,cour-J:[::;: about ; likewise the county court house. The government :::::

plows under every third row in ageous. Youth-that i is the hope :=:'Yt'A" : : .
imposing its crop restriction policy of the world of tomorrow standsat .J :;: officials have announcements for you that can 'III:;:::

of scarcity on sugar production. the crossroads today. Millions of :$ .
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Every: device of persuasion known young men and many women in .t'X::;: best get to you through the newspaper. :;:::

to politics or lObbying-including many lands who speak a varied language :;! At'A ---" .XX. \

the notion of flirting with federal practice various customs, :t .'rUr."r' .....

prison, but-has been tried or considered jet all share the same hopes, desires .;CA::;: We ask CO-OPERATION WE WANT TO ::::

without making an inch and ambitions: Success, Peace :r$: MGI'JE

years of progress.that we In have the been three or four and Happiness. .:;:A IT WE WANT TO RECEIVE IT. We offer :::!:
following Accepting the :;
leadership, of it*

In the an battle editorial by occasionally oar, the movement putting elders truths,, adopting this glorious false youth doctrjiies of our as ':::;::;_1; it, and shall be happy -to receive it. ; 1

At actually seems to have lost ground. world of today has been led to the :!: Ij

now any rate the quota system is brink of disaster just as in 1911 ::: >( 'i
saddled on the If' ffif
industry more Everglades sugar the youth of the world blindly followed .;- The Publishers :

before and securely. than ever a similar path. ::: :
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1938 THE CLEWISTOX NEWS
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: '%, V w w w w./V. % i K: : KX ,J GLADES CO. COMMISSIONERS tract from the Okeechobee
Flood Let us unite in a petition to God
: APPROVE SMALLER PRESERVE Control Board. The Okeechobee that our leaders be given the wis-

:: wharf will be the smallest of the dom and intelligence to meet this
fIKX 1= (Moore, Haven Democrat) three, only thirty feet in length. crisis and that America's influ-

PERSONAL SOCIETYMr. :_: The Clewiston wharf was sixtysixand ence be brought to bear in the
The board of county commissioners .the one in Moore Haven 106 preservation of peace, rather than
called into special session Saturday feet. used to bolster this or'' that side
\, : .; I afternoon to discuss with
Piling used to support the in its quest for
. .. .: . . .... : .... .. . . ...... ._. .......::: sportsmen the closing of a pile war.
/NNMNN. ...! !.NNNNNNINMII. . . .IN11. .NNNNN. . .NMN. .! .!NM. .NM. .NNNNNNN. . .NNN. .--.IINM. .-.-.-.- I portion driver when piling was being driven YOUTH, not only of America but
of Glades county as a I
game preserve -
for
and Mrs. R. C. Nowling were Miss Mae Lily Stone returned the new wharf were left throughout the world, if it but
visitors in Fort Myers Friday. Sunday from Arcadia where she has heard the arguments advanced in place with creosoted caps and knew how futile is war and how

--- been a patient in the Arcadia General -I by several of the sportsmen pres-' it is planned to deck this additional great the cost, would unite in an
ent for a smaller preserve received
Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot and 'child Hospital: folliwing an operationtwo ; fifty feet as soon as possible. effort to bring about a moral and
a resolution passed at a meet
ren spent Monday in Fort Myers. weeks previous. Mrs. Foy Dur- spiritual rearmament of nations,
ing of the sportsmen the night before -
rance and Clayton Waters drove condemning their action in LOCK: WORK: that would forever banish this
Rev. and Mrs. Forest C. Taylor over to accompany Miss Stone home. curse from the" face of the earth.IS .
I closing such a. large area and then
visited Monday in West Palm Beach. upon vote decided three to two to Carawan Nelson, engineer in
Miss Rosalind and Miss Eleanor I charge of the Clewiston
ask for a smaller preserve as drawnup sub-office
Mrs. Jimmy Wilson is spending Luce have returned to college for of U. S. Engineers
stated
,
by a committee of the sports- this YOUR SUBSCRIPTON
the week-end with her mother, )\h s. the 1938-39 session. Miss Rosalind I men. They also agreed that the week that paint and other suppliesfor PAID
Chas. R. Moran in Pahokee. returned to Boston
University and cleaning and P
State Game and Fresh Water Fish I painting the locks
Miss Eleanor enrolled in Florida and hurricane gate in Moore Haven I
Commission should be asked, if -
I Mrs. Charles J. Lovvorn left State College for Women at Tal-I had been ordered and
i they approved the preserve, to allow as soon FOR RENT.-Furnished Garage
Monday for visit of several lahassee.
a
; days I frog hunting in the area with- as they were received that work Apartment. Phone 376, F." L.
with friends
in Lakeland. -----
out firearms.On would go ahead. He stated that it Williamson. tf
: I GARDEN CLUB MET should be completed well in ad-
I 1 Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Crochet, and THURSDAY AFTERNOONThe the previous Tuesday the com- i
. vance of the yachting season. All
Miss Thecla Crochet were visitors missioners had approved a game
Saturday in West Palm Beach. for the county which: other hurricane gates around the
Garden Club met preserve tookin J. M. COUSE
,
yesterday lake have been cleaned and the .
I all of the
I best
Mr. and Mrs. "" afternoon at the home of Mrs. H hunting grounds metal painted and repaired
i J. E. Beardsley and included during I
fully three-fourths
of
A. Bestor with Mrs. G. B. Rack- the summer months. Counselor
made a business trip Tuesday the and Attorney at, Lnyr
As
af-I county. soon as word of
straw presiding inthe absence
of
I Hopkins
t ternoon to West Palm Beach. Building
, --.- the chairman, Mrs. F. M. Wright. their action was received by local ''I ENGINEER OFFICIALSON Wednesdays and Saturdays
sportsmen they were very indignant
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene C. Mills Plans were made for a lectureby and claimed that the action had VISIT HERE 0:30 to 4:00

..J and sons, Gene and nub, spent 'Sat Mrs. C. A. Mills to be given Oc- been taken without the sportsmen
urday in Fort Myers.Mr. tober llth at the school auditorium Col. Lewis H. Watkins, district
being given a chance to state their
ftirs. Miles has offered to display engineer for the U. S. Engineersof
side. A mass meeting called Friday
her colored slides "Florida Jacksonville and his assistant J. S. CAMPBELL
and Mrs. Herman J. B. i on night unanimously condemned the ,
Scharnberg were visitors Sunday in Wild Ferns" to the Club and any board's action and the board set Capt. Chas. H. Mason came to Clew-

i West Palm Beach. others who are interested.The Saturday afternoon to hear the arguments iston Sunday for the purpose of Jeweler & WatchmakerAll

I ---- program committee, Mrs. of the sportsmen. watching the progress of the tropi-
:Mr. and Mrs. Judson V. Francis j; Duff and Mrs. Taylor, announced cal storm as it headed for Florida.
I Spokesmen for the sportsmen's Kinds of Jewelry Repairs
of Canal Point were week-end visitors plans for ,,a series of flower arrangements The officials returned to their
I l committee, Fred ,Flanders and
: Optical RepairsAT
in Clewiston. j at meetings during the homes as soon as the report came I
I Parker Etheridge, explained to the
[ year. A number of pictures show- ) that the storm had changed its : : CHRISTIAN'S BARBER SHOP
'Commissioners that the
! majorityof
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor are ing proper and improper arrangements course. 'I
I the sportsmen favored a game .
leaving tomorrow for a week at Mi- j of, various bouquets were
jr preserve but wanted one small

ami Beach. I displayed.Attending the meeting were Mrs. enough that It could be adequately Too Late To AGENT '.
patrolled and would allow the Classify i iI L. B. Mershon
Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Luce are I, W.: W. Perry, Mrs. A. R: Broad- actual ./

spending a vacation on a tour of, foot, Mrs. J. D. Bruce, Mrs., G. B. breeding of more game. At New York Life
the same time they wished ,
several interesting points in Flor- Rackstraw, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. enough (Continued From Page 4)
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territory left that the hunt- i
ida. open I Insurance Company
0. A. Jones, Mrs. H. A. Bestor,
ing grounds of the county would flower of our American youth ,to
Mrs_ G. L. Royal, Mrs. F. C. Taylor .
not be completely closed for the European battlefields? Do wantto I ARCADIA, FLORIDA
Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson are Mrs. F. D. Duff, Mrs. E. C. we
expected to return this week from I I Mills, Mrs J. H. Pressley, Mrs. five ,year"period proposed.The send billions of dollars, sorely

I a two weeks vacation. I Carawan Nelson, Mrs. B. E. Her- commissioners told the group I needed at home, to be used for

I II III ring, Mrs. Leah L. Spicer and Mrs. that it was necessary for some action -I f I the destruction of life and property NORGE REFRIGERATORS

'I Claude L. Downs has returned R. H. Knight.A to be taken before the meeting in foreign lands? Furniture and Home fc-nrnlshings

from a visit of several weeks in I beautiful bloom of -night of the State Game Commissionon I Peace is a precious thing and PHILCO RADIOS

Hendersonville and other points I blooming cereus was displayed by Monday of this week and asked we should do our utmost to safe/

; in North Carolina. I i,Mrs. O. 4-. Jones, who had cut the that they immediately draw up. the :guard it. Let's center our minds and
I. blossom while open and preservedit game preserve that they would efforts toward maintaining not on- Household Furnishings

Hershel and Jack House of Sara-! in a refrigerator until it was approve. This was .done and all It ly the ;peace of America, but the Inc
't sota are visiting their uncle and ( only partially closed at the time of the sportsmen at the meeting peace of' the world, by refraining ,

aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs of the meeting.' This unusual and approved the boundaries of this from taking sides in this dispute. BELLE GLADE, FLORIDA

, for several days. j It lovely flower blooms only one night, area.
blossom closing at daylight. Following the presentation of this

!\ Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Miller have J J'f proposed area to the commissionthe .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..0t (..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:-:..:...
' returned from a month's vacation. ALTAR SOCIETY GIVES group of sportsmen left they, i =

'f They visited relatives and friends BjEXEFIT BRIDGE meeting with further action left' ,i. ?

i '"' in Mayport during their absence..)Ii up to the board members. 1 y,, ,,i;,
I i pa ( --.- \I A benefit card party was given Arguments over the boundaries
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I Miss Runelle McGehee left Fri-j I Thursday afternoon at the homeof continued for some time beforea yj. i

day for Monte 'Verde where she hasp Mrs. B. A: Bourne by members I vote was taken, Commissioners J. .. '
I enrolled in the Monte Verde school of the Altar Society of St. 'Mar- F. Cross of North LaBelle and T. j .GOLF

I for the current term. j jv garet's church. High score prize at H. Snell of Palmdale contendingthat CLEWISTON

1ft I ------ i bridge was won by Mrs. W. P. the sportsmen of their districts .i. ..i.i .
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Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Raines and Vaughn, jr., second high by Mrs.E. 1 had not been represented at _.

" children are expected to return this P. Mutrux, high prize at Michigan the meeting and Commissioner Snell 3.

: week-end from a visit with r ltlves *- was won by Mrs. J. F. Tippey, said that the area as approved by COURSE 1
I
' in Kentucky and the cut prize by Mrs. Herman the sportsmen- was mainly- swamp .;. .;.
' Scharnberg and no fit breeding ground for .
II'>> Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGehee are, Fruit punch and cookies were the majority of game -. : ...' ".. ', ,:_: ..

I spending this week-end visiting served to Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. Chairman J. E. Frierson agreed f s: ... ......... .;' \. .
friends and relatives in Fort Lau- Ii'. Deane Duff, Mrs. R. H. Knight, that if these two commissioners ::: .i.H::

, derdale. Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. L. O. wished to hold another meeting I

,! Gravely of LaBelle, Mrs. W. P. Monday morning' at ten o'clock for .;.-

Mrs. Mary Matthews of Fort Vaughn, jr., Mrs. W,. P. Vaughn, further discussion and give thema X Xi
Pierce is spending some time in sr., Mrs. H. L. Delaney of LaBelle, chance to have delegations from
Clewiston with her sister, Mrs. H. Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. R. C. Now-
their districts present that he would

J, Oglesby, who has been ill for ling, Mrs. R. W. Pettee, of LaBelle, defer any action at the time. After i!! ..... Open to the Public J i

the past three week Mrs. _A. O. Ward, Mrs. H. J. B. some discussion of this move, how-

.-who Gcharnberg, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, ever, with nothing being done toward :.. ..
G. D. Smith, was recently I Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. E. P. Mu deferring the action, motionwas

transferred to Jacksonville for ai I trux, Mrs. F.: M. Rodriguez, Mrs. made by Commissioner A. A. ,f. .f.
three months' assignment at the 'I I J. F. Curry, Mrs. A. H. King, Miss Beck and seconded by Commissioner -

U. S. Engineer office, spent the Eunice Meredith, Mrs. M. J. Hirsch, J. WL Adkins that the pre- I ,

Nveek-end in Clewiston. Mrs. O. A. Jones, Miss Evelyn Hare, serve outlined by the' sportsmen's .;. 'i.y .

Mrs. E. L. Hayes, jr., Mrs. George committee be" approved and a new 1.
\ B. C. Flaniken left Friday for Bellamy, Mrs. W. T. Wbeeless, Mrs.C. resolution submitted to the State 'i' y y

i Sour Lake, Texas, for a visit with A. Martinez, Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Game Department. The roll call I .y. .- 'y.

: relatives. Mrs. Flaniken and their Mrs. Z. G. Meredith, Mrs. G. A. vote resulted in a tie with Commissioners :;: Moderate Green Fees _:
! children, Bevoly and Betty Carol, Yon: Mrs. H. T. Vaughn and Mrs. Adkins and Beck votingyes I

I have been spending the past two Dourne.I and Commissioners Cross and .:;:: Exceptional Fairways =:::
i months there and'will return later I i Snell voting no. Chairman J. E.

i with Mr. :Flaniken.Mr. COMMUNITY' CHURCH Frierson broke the deadlock by ,::;: Interesting Greens =

Forest. C. Taylor, Minister. voting'yes..
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Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Johnwick of A new resolution was drawn up

South Bay were guests of Rev. and Morning worship and sermon and sent that afternoon to the State i'N --- --- .

"' I Mrs. Forest C. Taylor Saturday 'ev- next Sunday at eleven o'clock. The Game and Fresh Water Fish Com- ..............-.........:.........-.................................................-.......-..,.........................................N..-..Ni. ...1.....i.......IN. ...
I ening. Mr. "Johuwick has charge of special music will be furnished by j. mission in Tallahassee. It is not

.. the public schools in South Bay. the junior choir. The minister will known at this time what action .. .. ...... .............. .. ......... .. .... ... .......... .
i\ Mrs. Johnwick is a violinist of speak on the subject, "Beyond The was taken in the matter but if ap- :1:..:?: :..: : : :-: : : : : : : :-: :.: : : : :..:N1:.i1:.11:-: : :.: :-: : : : : :.:..:..:NMNN:-:..:N:..:.

unusual ability who before her Ranges." The public is invited to proved a legal advertisement will .:- ..

, marriage lived in Palm Beach. It worship in the Community church. appear in this paper shortly of Y Y MEN Y f

k Is expected that she will appear on Sunday school every Sunday morn- the intention of the department to ':. .:..
the Kiwanis Inter-City program in ing at nine forty-five and Christ-
close this
area.
\ the Clewiston Inn next. Thursday. ian Endeavor society meeting every The boundaries of .the new pre- =Yi i: Your Credit Is Good :_i=

evening Monday evening at eighto'clock.This .
serve are given elsewhere in this y Yi

Issue. =:i:: Wear a NEW Tailored Individual **,

,1\\ NEW WHARF COMPLETED ::: Measure Suit While You Pay ::;: '
week the
at AT MOORE HAVEN X 1

CLEWISTON '-_ i :i: A postcard will bring the Lake's Old :!:
GOLF CLUB Moore Haven Democrat)
II l li The Okeechobee Construction Dependable Tailor Representative ::_:.

Company completed construction of y
i Semi-final in the
play the new wharf here the first of =s i: CHAS E. LEAR \:i:
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: the week and moved immediatelyto
EVERGLADES MERCHANTSCHAMPIONSHIP y
Okeechobee to begin construc- _; Box 508 Clewiston Fla. YA
tion of the last of the three structures :: :: .
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Bill-If my idea goes through, 1
I'll be on easy street. ;.

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Wife What do you suppose .
Joseph McCord WNU Service. baby is thinking about? E

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CHAPTER Continued "All right the way you mean, 1 1DaTe. made no move to touch her. The no harshness in the question. His what to cry about tonight. ,
-11- 11 We haven't known you very wonder of their love still possessed voice was dull, toneless.

Sieep being entirely out of the long, but I think we approve of him."What "Yes, sir. I wasn't sure, though, Another Objection t
question, Dale surrendered to Mul- you. Do we, Mother?" I are you thinking, Dale?" until last night;" Teacher-Why are wars objectionable r-
grew's demand for an account of Mrs. Brady managed a nod and "You. Just of you." "Then you have told her?" ?

the night's adventure, after convincing smile, but Dale sensed that tears "And of how you made me throw i "I had to.. She loves me, too." Pupil-Because they make his- L

the latter that he had no desireto were not far away. myself right at your head? I never "What are you planning to do?" tory. i

eat. .' "Of course it rather tickles our supposed I could do that, but I'm "Why, nothing now. I'm going to r
"Guess you didn't miss me durin' vanity to give consent," Brady resumed -. glad I did." finish my semester's work. Then HE SHOULD KNOW

the wild ride for life," said Pink. with a slight smile. "When did you first think you I'll find a job and ."
"You look funny around the eyes. "We're quite aware that it would I loved me?" Dale demanded."It "Yes. Of course."

Soita goofy like. Need sleep? Or make no difference. So you haveit. seems to me it began that "I hoped you'd be glad, Father.

are you holdin' out on a pal?" ." first day. When we talked in the For me." ,

"No." "I don't know how to say it-but hotel. You were so different-and "Of course. But my first feelingis
"Meanin' yes." There was a spec- I do love Lee," Dale insisted steadily. nice." one of keen disappointment. Wait

ulative look in Pink's gray eyes. "I "I will try always ." "That's the way I feel about' it)" ."
'can guess what it is, kid. And I'd "We know. If you make her hap- Dale reflected. "But there must He held up ,a hand in restraint as 74YZ\

sooner not." py, it's all we'll ever ask of you, have been some special time." Dale started to speak. J Jt
"What are you driving at?" son. We're both rather fond of her." "Do I
"Of course there was. The day not misunderstand me. I
I'm not "You don't, have to tell that." I J
"Just what you think. me J's
took that drive. have believe that
we My picture day. every reason to 1
dumb or blind. You lost your head "There is only one thing to say. Miss : !
You gave me a little glimpse into Brady is a gentlewoman. It -;
That little dame Mother has insisted that I be the "
and didn't cover. your heart then. I knew, somehow, never would occur to me, I think, to J Tl7h > 1ifi
heart. So official spokesman. Brady reachedout ti
landed one over your _
that I was the first. question your choice. I have always .
you think 'you' love her:" and patted his wife's hand."You're "You were. I don't think I can believed the regard. you hold for "I went out to dinner with that .
!
Dale drew a deep breath. both rather young, you
mother's would safe- man introduced to. He
make you understand that. But I've your memory you me
"I know I do, Pink. And she loves know.
guard You understand, I was charming'and remarkedon \
me." "Yes, sir. Lee and 1 talked that known always that there would be you. very "
think. birdlike
appetite.
"You ain't aimin' to do anything over. She is willing to wait until I someone like Elaine. my "
"Dale!" Lee caught her breath "Yes, sir. "What does he do?
silly? get a start. I'm not afraid. '
with something near a sob. "I have told .you a number of "Runs an ostrich farm in Af
"Not the way you mean. I'm go- "She told us something of the very "
ing back to school and finish up. It sort," Lee's father went on.: "You're Her hand sought his. "Is it that times, Dale, that 'I wished never to- rica.

isn't going to make any differencein doing the wise thing. For that reason much?" interfere with Jycmr life. I avoided

things. But I am happy, Pink. we would rather there were no "Yes. That much." trying to influence you in choosingthe

Really happy for the first time in formal engagement just now. I "Then I do understand. Oh," she work you liked best. Your suc- Fight Malaria
life." cess in school has led me to believe '

my"Yeah?" Mulgrew relapsed into that you. made no mistake. Before This Easy WayTo

moody silence. "Well, I got one long now, you will be out making a
special piece, of advice for you. place for yourself. The first years fight Malaria-to guard
will be the difficult ones. More so against the disease before it starts
Don't to the domi-
spill your story, ,
-take the Malarial compound that
than think.
you
nie. Not yet. \
thousands "swear by"
every year-
"But I must tell him. Why in the r' eR ,: a ffi i 3r"Bt "I'm not afraid." Wintersmith's Tonic! Taken reg-

world shouldn't I?" "Nor am I. But you are very ularly, Wintersmith's helps kill off

"I got my reasons." Pink's mouthset young. The nature of the work Malarial germs in the body, tone

in a stubborn line. you propose to undertake may carry up the system, build'general bodily

"You'd better tell me then." you to far-off places. Into coun- strength.
"Nope. But I can tell you this tries where life is primitive at best. .Don't take chances. Wintersmith's -
7 But it is in such places that is the Tonic to use becausejt
much. It'll worry him a heap \ you has been PROVEN by over 70
more'n figure. He's countin' a will find your opportunity. I would
you years ,of use, in more than 21
lot on what you're goin' to make of not stress material success or com- different countries. Ask your drug- .
yourself, once you get started. Don't !Ij hl forts too highly, but you should con- gist for Wintersmith's Tonic today!
tell him you've gotyourself throwedat Y sider these things before taking on Don't accept any other kind!

the start. It'll hurt." -- the responsibility of a family."

"Sorry, Pink. I'll have to let him "I shan't be in a hurry. Lenora
Like ,Your Task
know about it. I can't foul any and I have talked it all over. She
"The secret of happiness is not
more than you could." understands and is willing to wait."
Vi.'Z in doing what one likes, but in
"I am glad to hear it. You are what has to do.-
liking one
"I thought perhaps you might be going away. It would be wiser for James M. Barrie.
over, when you didn't call me," was both of you to be content with your
Lee's greeting to Dale later in the present understanding. Much may -

afternoon."I .,-'-- : happen in 'the meantime."
couldn't stay away any longer ,9L r/ "That is the way Mr and Mrs. .NERVOUS ?
," he admitted. "And I was wondering -
Brady feel about it. We are not go- ,
oJ if you had heard from your ing to announce anything." Do you feel so nervous you want to scream?
father." Are you cross and irritable? Do you scold
"You are wise. There was a distinct those dearest to ?
"Thank you, yes," Lee replied, note of relief in Farwell's If your nerves you are jn edge and you feel
her eyes shining with merriment."He you need a good general system tonic, try
words.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
and mother
are home. Mr. (Dale waited for a moment. Then made especially women.
Hudson drove them over in our For over 60 years one woman has told an-
tits
was all his father had to say other how to go"smiling thru" with reliable
car. She pressed her cheek against his arm. about so wonderful a thing. He had Pinkham's Compound.It helps nature build
"Great! How is Mr. Brady?" up more physical resistance and thus helps
been to blind that the
holding a hope
calm quivering and lessen discomforts
"He says he's feeling fine. But would be the last one in the worldto told him impetuously, "I've loved two of them would. meet on some from annoying nerves symptoms which often ac-
mother sent him right off to bed. suggest that either of you would you in such crazy desperate little new plane of understanding. His company female functional disorders.YOU?
not give it a chance to help
Would you like to go up and talk to change your minds, but you are go- ways. Happy and hurt, all at the father had loved Elaine. He loved Over Why one million women have written in
both of them?" ing to have the test of separation." same time. I'll never be able to Lady Lee. t reporting wonderful benefits from Pinkham'a

"In just a minute." Dale stood in "That isn't going to make any. tell you. But I want to help you in "Good night, Father." Compound.

the parlor looking about a trifle un difference." every way I can. And I'm going to "Dale. Come here. There is one

certainly. "Have' you told them, "I hope not." Brady chuckled and begin by giving you up for this eve- thing I would say-about tonight.
Lee?" squeezed his wife's hand. "To be ning. You want to have a talk with Books a UniversityThe
Your happiness means more to me
of these
"Of course," was the surprised frank with you, Dale, I doubt if.you your father. And I know you're than anything in life. I hope you true university
reply. "Didn't you expect me to?" have a chance to escape. Lee takes dreadfully tired." will remember that. Good night." days is a collection of books.-

"Why, yes. Only I'm having a after her mother in a great many Their lips met. Dale turned and left the study, unable Carlyle.
hard time to make myself believe ways." "Oh, Dale dear," Lee sighed hap- to trust himself to speak.
it's true." "Now, I know you are feeling bet- pily, as she pressed her cheek

"You're truly happy?" ter," Mrs. Brady said gently. "Don't against his arm. "You'll always "Talk about a dumb lug!" b119odshot
"I don't know the words to tell mind him, Dale. If you two chil- kiss me good-night, won't you? Say
Jonathan Farwell
you." dren are happy, that is all that mat- you will." glanced up ,
from his Sunday breakfast of toast cured without
are
"You'll to' "I will.
have find some, be- ters. eVes
and hot water to find his
cause I'm going to take you up to "We are," Dale assured her. He "Then just once more." housekeeper pain in one day by

daddy and mother. Is your courage rose to his feet. "If you don't mind, staring disconsolately' from ,the Leonardi's Golden Eye Lotion.
other side of the table.
high, Sir Dale?" I think I'll go and tell Lee it's all CHAPTER XI No other eye remedy in the
I "What is it Pink?
and
"Yes. right. world as cooling, healing
Lee leaned forward and brushedthe "Do you think that you can find "Them. Mulgrew indicated the strengthening for weak eyes.LEONARDI'S .
sleeve of his coat with her lips. your way down alone?" Brady The lamp with the green globe covered dish held in his two hands.
was the only light burning in Jonathan "You know," he confided apologeti-
"My colors, she said softly. smiled and held out his hand.
"Come." "Oh And-thank Farwell's study when Dale cally, "I rolls out this mornin' GOLDEN EYE LOTIONMAKES
yes. you.
They found Cassius Brady With a boldness that surprised looked through the half-open door. thinkin' about it bein' Sunday. Amnothin' WEAK EYES STRONG
The window shades were lowered else. It's the kid's "
waffles. at all druggist
propped comfortably among pillows himself, Dale walked to the side of 350
the minister's shadow loomed
and
with his wife ,in an easy chair at Mrs. Brady's chair. He stooped and "I see. New large nv; with dropper 50 ccntt
his side. Lee vanished as soon as kissed her softly on the cheek. large against them. He sat at the "You won't break trainin' just S.B.Leonardl U Co., New Rochelle,K.T.

she announced the caller. "I've always wanted a mother," table, an open book before him. once and sample 'em, Dominie?

"Draw up a chair and sympathizewith he whispered. And passed swiftly Dale drew a long breath. The, They look pretty fair today."

me, Dale," was the lawyer's from the room. final barrier to tace. "They are very tempting, Pink.
cheerful greeting. "These women "Was it very dreadful?" Lee "Very busy, Father?" But this is my working day."

have me down and won't let me wanted to know, when Dale found "Come in. Did you wish to speakto "Sure. .1 know. Well, I guess

stir hand or foot. Rank nonsense." her: waiting for him on the living me?" I'll have to worry with 'em my- 'WATCH (' '

"I'm ever so glad you weren't se- room couch. "A minute, if you have time." self." He lingered in his tracks,
.1 .Dale advanced to the other side of staring at the place usually occu-
riously hurt. Dale returned a smileof "No, he said soberly, taking a I
welcome from Mrs. Brady and seat at her side. "They were won- the table. Farwell lifted his head; pied by Dale. "Pretty flat withou theS
seated himself. He found his cour- derful about it." one hand pushed the strands of, red the kid any more."

age ebbing strangely."I'm "Do you think that your father hair away from his eyes. "Lonely." ,

feeling very fit, except for a will like me just a little, Dale?" "What is it, Dale?" A note in the one word caused You can depend on the spe-

sore head." Brady's fingers touchedhis "He'll love you. How could he "I have something to tell you. I Pink to glance quickly at the speaker. = cial sales the merchants of

scalp gingerly. "Oh, well. It help it?" Dale replied. I love Lenora Brady." He Farwell sat gazing abstractedly
might have been worse. I want to "But you haven't told him'yet.." blurted it out. Stood waiting.' through the window at flakes of our town announce in the

thank you for looking after Lee last "Only because I haven't had a For a long minute Farwell's black snow dropping from a gray sky: His columns of thispaper.Theymean

night. Rather a hectic time for the chance. I'm waiting until we can eyes seemed to be trying to pene- strong white fingers crumbled a bit money saving to our
child." have a real talk. That will be to- trate the shadows that partially ob- of toast to fragments.TO .
"That was all right." Dale braced night." scured his son's face. His own fea- ( BE CONTINUED) readers. It always pays to

himself for the ordeal. "I think Pink's counsel was 'definitely discarded tures were like a white mask. The patronize the merchantswho

Lee told you about-what happenedthis now. Dale's interview with lines at the corners of his mouth Picturesque Roof advertise. They are

morning." Mr. and Mrs. Brady had settled were curiously sharp. The thin lips In Norway one may see little cot- not afraid of their
"Yes," her father assented quiet. any doubts. His father must hearit twitched a trifle before the words tages roofed with deep sod, where mer-

ly. "She told us." from him. At once. came. grass and wild flowers grow, and chandise or their prices.
,
"Is it all right?" Dale looked appealingly Dale leaned back against the "Do you think that you know he?" where sometimes a goat may b.
; from one to the other. cushions and studied Lee's face. He well enough for that?" There was seen grazing contentedly. f('


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LESSON TEXT-Psalms 23 and 2716. J
SUCCESSWArPlC1
NOW FOP
L
'- GOLDEN TEXT-The Lord is my shep 'bWNU
herd: I shall not want. Psalm 23:1. c THIS LAST X SNOW THIS TO
MXTC.HSTEADV.-- TH' WIPE--SUE.
What a fitting conclusion to our -,' i SAID T COULDK'T

three-month study of Old Testament 7'jv NOW / 00 rr D
characters it is to sound the note oi )
"triumphant faith." The life stories AM

which have passed in review have

been true to life, as they have shift- ))1/ Service.HOTELS.
I
ed from strength to weakness, from Q

fear to courage, from moral responsibility = 1.e
to moral weakness. But

I' God is the one who changeth not- CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

( and we would not close our series
I properly without the encouraging
l reminder that the man who truly

f believes God may know strength out
of weakness, courage in place of
fear, may like David rise out of degrading -
sin and defeat into the joy \

\ and victory of faith. AFTER FK7E YEARS' EIGHT-NINETY-TWO WHEN IN ATLANTA HOTEL

Two elemental needs are common TRVIM' T'VE FINALLY 892 Ponce'Do Leon Avenue
Low weekly rates with two meals rooms famished
MAVgE SALAMCEDVOO'U. THOSE
.' to all) mankind-provision for the extra nice. Near Bears-Boebnck and Ball Park.
maintenance of life, both physicaland MATCHES OW THAT
T spiritual, and protection from GET y BOTTLE -- .
VOOR -------------------------
i the enemies of soul and body. Our aee

first Scripture portion declares the PICTURE
Ask Another
Me
faith of David in God as his providing iw THE ,
IJ shepherd and the second as PAPER! ql'e
lt A A General Quiz
his security from fear. ::.

Provision_ (Ps. 23). -------------------------

"The Lord is my shepherd." Put- e The Questions
ting God first in every detail of life (. Vt
1. How many kinds of twins are
means that there will be i oe oo '
there?
1. No want (vv. 1-5).. "My cup ca0 coa 2. How many words are there in'
runneth over," and surely then there the Bible? J I

can be no" lack of any good thing. '3. What is the deepest hole in
God is able and willing. the world?

2. No weakness (v. 3). "He re- fCop IF r, SY, \. V.) 4. Can the ,'Panama canal accommodate -

storeth my soul." The world is 'L the largest ships

puzzled by the rejuvenating powerof afloat? ...
the grace of God in the Chris YOU'RE- 5. In French history what was a"
COULDN'TTELL
MY WIFE > -
tian's soul, but it becomes very dauphin?
A LI GIN A LUCKY -
real to us through the Word, through 6. How many teams in the ma-
prayer, through the indwelling Holy MILLION YEARS} jor leagues have never won a

Spirit Himself. P. pennant?

3. No wandering (v. 3). "He lead- The Answers
eth me." In an unknown or dan-
1. Three-identical, unlike and
gerous country the essential thingis
to stay close to one's guide. In Siamese.
the wilderness of this sinful.world, r 2. The Bible has 3,566,480 letters

., we must keep close to our leader. forming 773,746 words in 31,173
11'.1.
verses arranged in 1,189 chapters.
4. No worry (v. 6). "Surely good- 3. It is the Continental Oil com-
ness and mercy shall follow me all A-2 which is
pany's K. C. L., 15,004
the days of my life." It was true three miles.
feet deep, or nearly
of David, it is (or should be), preeminently P The well is four miles west of

true of the Christian. Wasco in the ,San Joaquin valley.
Someone has said, "If we trust we 4. No. The S. S. Normandie and

do not worry; if, we worry we do the S. S. Queen Mary are too long
"
.i not trust. for the lock chambers.

5. But-blessed assurance. Not 5. The oldest son of the king of

only will the goodness of God followus France. After the revolution of .
all our days, but we shall "dwellin .-3 MINE- CAN TELL ONE 1830 the title was abolished.

the house of the Lord forever." ALMOST BEFORE I'Vl 6. Only one, the St. Louis.

II. Protection (Ps. 27:1-6). GOT IT Browns..JIMQRQL'EN.
OUT !
"The Lord is my tight and my 1
salvation"-could there be any

greater certainty that we shall be '
delivered from every danger and

difficulty? To the one who walks in L (LARGE JARS SeANDIOC
that light there can be

1. No fear (v. 1). "The Lord is
the strength of my life, of whom ByJ. Cheerful, ConfidentA
shall 1 be afraid?" He is the perfect Millar Watt I man he seems of cheerful
.
confident tomor-
And
and final answer to all fears. yesterdays.
rows.Wordsworth.
2. No failure (w. 2, 3). "Thoughan
host should encamp against me

in this will I be confident,"
that they shall but stumble and falL
'
i One of the fears that dogs the QWNU TBcll Syndlcate.-WNU service.

footsteps of a man is that after allhis VrMOTHERS '

effort and labor some enemy
will come in and destroy. The ATTENTIONIf

Christian must often meet wicked

and troublesome enemies but
5tM
though they be a host, he may be W14A'T 1' o3IYLON '

serene in his soul, knowing that il ?"J jooTt3AI.L
; OtMTwosa, T4L o 1o t1.wpECT
child has Wormsor
he is right with God the devices of your
man or devil against' him shall fail. 'r4Ad'i } 1o1'1't 7"' Tapeworm, one single dose
of'DEAD SHOT' Dr. Peery's
3. No falling (vv. 4, 5). "He shall L+4 l R ME.t n Vermifuge will drive them out.

set me up upon a rock," and that
rock is in "the secret of his taber-I A Dr.Peery's'DEAD SHOT Vermlfuge
nacle." The assurance of the be-
liever in Christ is in Him, His work t Q- r ..rsl.rn.xwp

upon the cross and His certain T ,
word of promise. 1

David longed for the house of the 50c a bottle nt drnxrfsta or
Wright's Pill: Co., 100 Gold St., N.Y. Otj.
Lord; he wanted to return to the T

temple frorn which his many wanderings -
I,) so ,often' separated him. WNU-7 3838To
.
,
How blessed is our lot as Christiansfor
we have in our own bodies the
II. temple of the Holy Spirit (I Cor. ErR

i 3:16, 6:19); we have Christ in us as Get Rid of Acid
I the hope of>glory (Col. 1:22). and Poisonous Waste

1 4. No fainting (v. 6). "Now shall ( At Your kidneys help to keep yoo.wefl
c IWWA by constantly filtering waste matU
I mine head be lifted up above mine 4 T3 from the blood. U your kidneys get
enemies round about Just Po5it.tor49oYou N'T functionally disordered and fail to
I me. ,"
remove excess impurities, there may be
,
when, humanly speaking, we would It 'p EVac7 to poisoning of the wholo system and
I faint because of the enemies all body-wide distress.Burning url-
scanty or too frequent
around us, or by reason of the heat nation may be a warning of some kidneyor .
I and pressure of the fight, then God 0 bladder disturbance.
? You may suffer nagging backache
I causes our heads to be lifted up and persistent headache,attacks of dizzineas.
j! in the moment of apparent defeat c: \ under getting the up eyea-le sights, swelling weak, nervousall, puflfiness

I there is victory. played out.mSi .
P such cases it Is better to rely on a
1 5. But-a song. "I will sing that has won country-wide
praises unto the Lord." The atmosphere EI acclaim than on something less favor-
( '. mwtJ-
II ably known.Use Doan. Ptllt.A
of praise is one which the By t I. 4 tads of grateful people recommendPeon's.
; enemy of our soul cannot stand. C. M. Ask your neiahborlw'
PayneOWNU
.ry; It is too :rare, too pure, too holy for '
him. Ncxt:! time he tries to defeat
Bell Syndicate. 'WNU Service.
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EIGHT: THE CLEWISTON NEWS
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1038 l

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Hurricane Fails- I Foy Durrance vs Emmett Shelley accounts, claims und demands which I fined In Article 10, Section 1, of the a sufflcent sum to pay the principle -'
you or either of you, may have Constitution for the, year 1939 and and Interest of the existing Indebtedness -' I : ?
against the estate of Christine Crouch, thereafter. Said title may be held by of tho State." b
Second Flight: Deceased lat of raid County, to the the entireties. Jointly or In common r
Honorable ,y, T. Maddox County with others, and said exemption
(Continued from page 1) Dick Bowman vs Keathley Bow- Judge of Hendry County, Florida, at be apportioned among such of may the A. JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing;
was patrolled by government em- his office in the Court House In owners as shall) reside thereon, as their an Amendment to Article XIV of the
den.Dave the City of LaBelle. Florida, within respective interests shall appear, but Constitution of Florida Relating to
ployees so that any point of danger Alston vs Mrs. F. D. Duff. eight calendar months from the date no such exemption of more than Five the State Militia by Adding Theretoan
might, be quickly seen and all C. V. Parkinson vs E. E. Kelly. of the first publication of this no- Thousand Dollars shall be allowed to Additional Section Specially applicable -
tice. Each claim or demand must to the
Federally
people in range of a possible break Third Flight: bpin writing and must state the anyone person or any one dwelling Recognized
house, nor shall the amount of the Troops Known as the Florida .National
\f advised and steps taken for their I W. C. Owen vs (Winner Ward- place address of of residence the claimant and post and office must exemption allowed any person exceed Guard.

protection. Safety plans are going I Harris match)., be sworn to by: the claimant his the proportionate assessed valuation BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE -
based the interest i
on owned by such OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA -
even further with the announce-j Dr. S. J. Simmons vs H. C.. Van- agent will not or- be his allowed attorney: ,und or the paid same and person. The Legislature may prescribe I : That tho following amendment t

ment that wireless telephones will Landingham. will borome void according to law. appropriate and reasonable laws regu- to Article XIV of the Constitution of '
lating the manner of establishing the Florida relating to the State Mllltla
Dated this the 23
I day of September -
installed in each of the Connie Clark vs Louis VanLand
be
soon s :> A, D., 1938. right to said exemption. by adding thereto an. additional Sec-
hurricane gate control rooms con-j.ingham.H. CARL ]f. BERNER, tion to be known as Section 5 of said I

nected with the Clewiston sub-of-' J. Stein drew a bye. Administrator Christine Crouch of the Deceased Estateof A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan Article the federally XIV recognized specially applicable State troops to '

fice )n order that the office may Another recent prize donationfor No. 150-:Sept.: 23, 30, Oct 7. II, 21. Amendment to Section 21 of Article known as the National Guard Is here-
3 of the Constitution of the State of by agreed to and shall be submittedto
keep in constant communication I the meet is a ladies Coty toilet Florida Relating to the Publication of the electors of the State of Florida

with the gates should other means set given by the Lake Drug Co., .Notice of Intention to Pass Local or for ratification or rejection at the
Special Laws. next General Election to be held In
of communication be disrupted. j of Clewiston. NOTICE 'I'( CKIMMTOUJS. BE IT RESOLVED' BY THE LEGISLATURE -, 1938 as follows:
OF THE STATE OF FLOR-
Steps were taken by a few in- In Court of Count' Judge, Hominy IDA: That the followingamendment "Section 5. FLORIDA NATIONAL

dividuals to protect their property R. Vervoort Makes- County, Florida.PROBATE JURISDICTION. to Section 21 of Article 3 of the Con- GUA be in TID-n the State) Whenever of Florida there a federally shall
stitution of the
State of Florida
with storm shutters and by other as recognized National Guard, the same
You and eacn or you are hereby amended at the general election In shall
be
sui
precautions but not as much pre- notified and required to present any 1928 be, and the same Is hereby agreedto the lawful orders gencris and subject tc-
taken as would have (Continued from page 1)) accounts, claims and demands which and shall be submitted for ratifi- who 'shall be Commander of the Governor,
caution was In Chief.
I you, or either of you. may have cation or rejection by the qualified
seemed advisable in the face of come a member of the Kiwanis against the estate ,of Milton H. electors of the State of Florida votingat (b) The National Guard shall be sup-
storm. Club for it showed that the club Crouch, Deceased late of said County, the general election to be neld In ported Florida and maintained by the Stateof
'such a severe | merit and wanted to the Honorable ,v.'r Maddox. County November, A. D. 1938. that Is to say, law pursuant for to provisions. of
A'S it finally turned out the recognized in you Judge of Hendry County. Florida, that Section 21 of Article' 3 of the prescribed organizing arming, f
your fellowship. at his office In the Court House in Constitution of the, State of Florida governing and disclpling said National
state was unusually fortunate in [ concluded the City: of LaBelle, Florida within shall be amended so as to read as Guard In accordance with the Acts of
he
These civic clubs, Congress and regulations of the Unit-
eight calendar months from date follows
missing this storm its course turn-; :
are the hope in facing the new cour- of the first publication of this nc- ed States War Department thereunto
ing so far away from the peninsula j ticc. Each claim or demand must bo Section 21. In all cases enumeratedIn pertaining. (c) Officers of the federally -
which must be charted and the preceding Section, all laws recognized National
ses in writing and must state the placeof Guard, including
that no great weather change was I the business ship steady residence and post office addressof shall be general and of uniform operation the Adjutant General, shall
evident not even the heavy rains i keeping the claimant and must be swornto throughout the State, but in all be appointed, and shall be subject to
accompany such and he urged all to recognize the by the claimant, his agent or his cases not enumerated or excepted In suspension, discharge, removal or com-
which usually a two silent partners in each business attorney or the same will! not be that Section, the Legislature may pass pulsory retirement as such, solely on
disturbance. allowed and paid and will become special or local laws, except as now the basis of military proficiency, char-
I and adjust business to the void according law or hereafter'otherwise provided in the acter and service, as determined according -
conditions. Dated this the 23 day of SeptemberA. Constitution: PROVIDED that no to army regulations and usages
PALM rEACH, COUNTYSUPERINTENDENT changing D., 1038 local or special bill shall be passed, nor sanctioned by law anything in this
HERE Accompanying Mr. Vervoort on CARL II. BERNER, shall any local or special law establishing Constitution to the contrary notwith- '
his trip to Clewiston was Capt. L. Administrator of the Estateof or abolishing municipalities or tanding, (d) The qualification of ofLJ
Milton H. Crouch, Deceased providing for their government, jurisdiction ficers and soldiers of the Federally
Leonard Palm Beach G. Lewis commercial agent for No. 155-Sept. 23, 30, Oct. 7, 14, 21. and powers, or altering or Recognized National Guard shall be
John I. Line. Wi B. Cates amending the same, be passed, unless prescribed in military regulations
the Clyde-Mallory
county superintendent of public instruction notice of Intention to apply therefor promulgated in accordance with the
here one day this was a visitor at the meeting. f shall have been published in the man- general specifications of the U. S.
was I ner provided by law where the matteror War Department."
week and notified officials of the ivoricr: OF ELECTIONCONSTITUTIONAL thing to be affected may be situated The votes cast
FOOD FOR THE SCHOOL CHILDA which notice shall be publishedIn in compliance with
said
United States Sugar Corporation and AMENDMENTS the proposed amendments, and thecanvass
manner provided by law at declarations
school officials that a teacher wouldbe child builds both physicallyand WHEREAS the legislature of 1937 least thirty days prior to Introductioninto thereof, shall be subject and to the returns
for the Ritta Plantation under the Constitution of 1885. of the the Legislature of any such bill. regulations and restrictions same
provided mentally and he cannot be State of Florida, did pass four Joint The evidence that such notice has been provided by law for as are
school this term.Independent. than his foundation. If he Resolutions proposing amendments to published shall be established in the in the State of Florida general elections.
stronger the Constitution of the State of Flor- Legislature_ before such bill shall be
I has good habits during his grow- ida, and the same were agreed to bya I passed and such evidence shall be IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF,
Cane certain of vote of three fifths of all the mem- ,filed or preserved with the bill In the I have hereunto set my
ing years he is almost bers elected to each house: that the ; office of the Secretary of State In i hand and affixed the Great
carrying them through life. Good votes on said Joint Resolutions were such manner as the Legislature shall (SEAL) Seal of the State of Flor-
entered upon their respective Journals, provide, and the fact that such notice ida, at Tallahassee the Cap-
food habits should start today. with the yeas and nays thereon, andtlrey was established in the Legislatureshall ital, this the 30th day of
(Continued from page 1) When a child of six enters schoolhe did determine and direct that in every: case be recited upon the July A. D., 1938.

dependent growers in that vicinity: feel he has no time to eat the said Joint Resolutions be submittedto Journals of the Senate and of the R. A. GRAY,
may the electors of the State at the House of Representatives; PROVIDED Secretary of State.
with small acreages. i breakfast, or at best, he may have General Election in November 1938. however, no publication of any i

The price paid independent' only a hurried meal. This conditionis I' NOW THEREFORE, I, R. A. Gray, such law shall be required hereunder
grow'I'I Secretary of State of the State of when such law contains a provisionto
ers for their cane is based due largely to hours of sleep. Florida, do hereby give notice that a the effect that the same shall not

sucrose content of each car as I By regulating the time for goingto ] GENERAL ELECTION' become operative or effective until Hot
ratified or approved at a referendum cmli SAFE
determined by analysis at the sugar I bed and arising the breakfast will be held In each county In Floridaon election to be called and held In the | ,
house and the market ]I Tuesday next succeeding the first territory affected in accordance witha
average itself.
adjusts
hour easily
I' Monday In November, A. D. 1938, the provision therefor contained in such
price of raw sugar figured from If one meal is omitted or is said Tuesday being the bill, or provided by general law.

December to June of next. year when I low in food value it is very diffi- EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBERfor

final settlement is made. Cane prices cult for the child to get enough the ratification or rejection of the A ,JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing ,
said Joint Resolutions
proposing an Amendment to Section 2 of Article'
in the past have averaged the food in the other two meals. It is amendments to the Constitution of the IX of the Constitution of Florida Re-

grower about $3.50 per ton gross. better to divide the food 'for the State of Florida, viz: lating to Taxation and Finance! by
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingthe Adding Thereto a Requirement That
The larger part of the acreageon day into three meals of moderate Amendment of Section 7 of ArticleX the Legislature Shall Provide for

the two plantations is situated of the Constitution Relating to the Raising Revenue to Defray State Appropriations ,
size.The Exemption of Homesteads from Tax- Made for the Benefit of '
along the old Moore Haven-Clew- school child's breakfast is ation. the Uniform System of Public Free I'

ist n'road between the Liberty the most important meal in his BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE Schools and of the Stata, Institutionsof
I OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA Higher Learning as a Part of the
Point corner and road 25. 1\11'.1 I day and should be well planned, : That the following amendmentof expenses of the State on an Equal- but PROFITABLE

Tiedtke secured a considerable with time allowed for eating. Breakfast Section 7 of Article X of the Con- ity Therewith.,
stitution of the State of Florida relating BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS-
tion of this last contain a fruit
acreage year as should always
to the exemption of homesteads
LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLOR-
delinquent tax land from the Dis- toast or bread (a dark bread at : from taxation be, and the same Is IDA: That the following amendmentof CJ"here are several safe places for

ton Island Drainage District. So least part of the time) a cereal I hereby, agreed to, and shall be submitted Section 2 of Article IX of the Con- your savings...in a safe deposit
to the elcctors'of the Stateat
stitution of Florida relating to tax- box in
'
many years had elapsed since this (preferably a hot one)> milk or the General Election of Representa- ation and finance be and the same is government bonds, invested

land was last cultivated that it cocoa and perhaps bacon or eggs. atives In 1938, for approval or rejec- hereby agreed to and shall) be submitted here, etc. The principal differenceis
tion: that is to say that the said to the qualified electors of the that HERE <
had reverted to a wild stage and Except in hot weather one dish Section 7 of Article X of the Con- State of Florida for ratification or I your savings earn a .

had to be cleared much the sameas I should be warm. A cooked break- 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. they work constantly and
new land. fast food is more economical and Every person who has the legal titleor That is to say that Section 2 of ArticleIX profitably,

Other independent in the as a rule more nourishing than a beneficial. title in equity to real of the Constitution of Florida be amply secured by many homes.
growers
,property in this State and who resides and the same is hereby amended so
Hooker Point, Ritta and Lake Har- prepared one and should be served thereon and in good faith makes as to read as follows:

bor areas who will sell.their first most of the time. When a prepared the same his or her permanent home, "Section 2. The Legislature shall
or the permanent home of another or provide for raising revenue to defray Clewiston Federal
cane to the sugar corporation this, cereal is served, hot milk may be others legally or naturally dependentupon the expenses of the State, includingstate

year are J. E. Beardsley, Carl E. used. Cocoa occasionally made with said person, shall be entitled to appropriations for the benefitof
I an exemption from all taxation, except the uniform system of public free Savings and Loan
Berner Jas. M. Couse, R. M. Bish- whole milk toast, muffins, bacon for assessments for special benefits, schools provided in accordance with

op and Harley Watson. I and eggs all add warmth to the up to the assessed valuation of live Article XII of the Constitution, and
i I IR'oyal's Thousand Dollars on the said home of the State Institutions of Higher AssociationDAVE
meal. I and contiguous real property: as de- : Learning, for each fiscal year, and also
Supper should be planned with
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the noon meal in mind. If the

child carries a lunch at noon, par-
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door(Continued entrances, are from provided page one in) the upon etables ticular vegetables emphasis besides potatoes at needs night.to should be Two placed veg-be DO YOU TROUBLE ON HilLS ?


front and almost the entire remainder -
served daily. One of these may be
of the front is taken up
served at noon or both may be included -
by plate glass windows which afford
in the night meal. In ad-
excellent display space and lighting -
dition to these, eggs meat or meal
for the front of the store. Several -
j substitute bread, fruit or a simple
eave windows and two foi-y-
and milk will make a
dessert
lights afford lighting for the backof

the room. The floor is concrete. i nourishing meal.
The child's diet should contain: I
I
The building was completed the

first of the week and since that Foods to build, such as milk

time workmen have .. been busy I eggs, cottage and other cheese, fish

building tables meat and chicken.
shelving, display
Foods to regulate the internal
racks etc.
painting the concrete
floor and staining the woodwork. activities of the body such as vegetables -

The ice box in the meat departmenthas fruits and milk.
Foods to stimulate growth and
also been installed and painted -

and electrical equipment is being -I II promote health such as milk tomatoes ,!

installed. : cabbage carrots spinach

I turnips, oranges and lemons.

Foods to provide sufficient ener-

Merchants' Golf- I I gy for all activities of the child

such, as breads sweets cereals, and

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Second flight: Condition of Governor Fred P. 'tt;
I I .
Bill Ow n, jr., beat Owen Winn .... .
Cone much
was reported as improved .'
1 up on 19 holes. ..' : I
Dr.
his
by attending physician
Results, Third !") ,
Flight:
Dan Cone of Jacksonville. Visit- 't.i. '
TV). C. Owen beat Mrs. E. M.. : .;;: .
from intimate friends
VanLandingham by default.Dr. last week. were permitted ",} {,:. .' i

S. J. Simmons beat Dr. H. E.
I L : '.::'" ,
Elsberry 9 and 7. The %
Mars Hen Is the first vie ..' ,
H. C. VanLandingham drew a tim of the Florida hunting season I .- .

bye., and guns began to crack in marshes I "

!'Fourth Flight: and on lakcshore.i September

Connie Clark beat Mrs. Don 15 and will remain open unti I

Young 3 and 1. November :oO.: The season on moat

Louis VanLandingham drew a game in the stale does net open

bye. s until Nov. 20.NOTICn .

H. J. Stein beat Mrs. L. C. Betz- I "- "
"so"
UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES
f LUBRICATES
ner 8 and 6.SemiFinal. I so
I TO C'HKIJITOHS TH"1 tiooo
pairings, Championship -I IIn I Court of Couiilj. .Jllcl ge, Ilendryl' +lco INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR.

Flight: '; iii, Count PROBATE, Klorida.JURISDICTION( Now 1u11ti1Li . __

Lou Betzner vsV.. C. Prewitt. You: and each of you are hereby:
.. l" ( notified and required to preterit ;any ... '







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