The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00702
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 30, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00702
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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RemodelledMrs. Arrived This Week
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.' E. A. Shult who purchasedthree Rev. Larry Flynn arrived in

of the houses from the aban- FOR STORM AREA Clewiston this week to' assume his INTER-CLUB MEETINGThe
doned lumber town of Sears recently duties as pastor of St. l1aIgaret.'s"Catliolic : .

has moved them to Clewiston Church, succeeding Father

and located them on the east side Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, chairmanof J. F. 'Valsh.Father first Inter-Club
Representative Elbert L. Stewartof meeting to
of Francisco Street across from the the Clewiston Chapter of the Flynn comes to Clewis- be sponsored by the local Kiwanis
Clewiston attended a meetingin -
Francisco Apartments.One American Red Cross, received a ton from Arcadia where he has
Arcadia Monday, called for the Club at the Clewiston Inn
of the houses was moved in letter the first of the week askingthe served- as pastor for the past five '
of designating the pri- Thursday evening was very successful
purpose its entirety with none of the furn- local chapter to issue a call for years. Prior: to that time he servedin
mary and secondary roads in this : and more than 90 Kiwanis
ishings of the house misplaced. contributions to assist in the rehabilitation Jacksonville for three years.
senatorial district, and the comPletion -! members and members of visiting
I He is being given a warm welcome -
: Workmen; are busy this week re- of the hurricane stricken -
of Road 164 south from La- civic clubs from around the lake
modelling ,them and attractive bungalows New England area. into the community by Cath-
Belle to the Tamiami Trail was were present to enjoy the dinner
olics and Protestants alike.,
will be made from the houses. -
listed by him as the.county's roadof No quota was assigned for the and the splendid program which
Father Flynn'will continue the I
It is also understood that Mrs
I local chapter but it is hoped that followed. It was also designated
primary importance.The as
services in St. Margaret's Church
Shult will also build two more rental ,
do will
those who can possibly so Ladies' Night and
most of
meeting was the result of an houses just south of the three in toward this Clewiston and St. Mary's Church, the
give liberally great civic club
action taken by the last legisla- the same, block. Pahokee; as in the past., members present were
humanitarian task. Neither has
, any accompanied by their wives. The
ture in naming a committee five
time limit been set and contribu-
group included from
representatives and five senators
to work ,up ,a primary and second- I tions will be received and handled Pahokee, Belle Glade, South Bay, "
CIVIC GROUPS MEET either by Mrs. Patterson or by SIX-MAN FOOTBALL :Miami and Moore Haven.
ary: road system for the state in McGehee
Mrs. J. A. treasurer of '
the too year interim between the was opened by W.

legislative session of 1937 and the chapter.It W. Perry, president of the Clew-
that of lOSO.! .After these meetings AT INN 1 TO DISCUSS is old news that a hurricaneof SQUAD SHOWS UP iston Kiwanis Club who asked the,

reported great intensity developed group to face the American and
have been held in each; of the
f.ta te'senatorial: districts the committee DETOUR ON'ROAD 26A in the Leeward Islands, causeda WELL IN PRACTICEThe English flags and sing one verse

will then meet and from great, deal of anxiety in Floridaas from America and one from God
it headed for the coast and then Save
the King. Rev. E. Davis Con-
the data at hand draw up a composite -
system of primary and secondary delegation from Fort Laudei- suddenly swung northward and call of 'Coach Wakefield for way, pastor of the Methodist churchin
with ever increasing fury swept football Moore Haven, delivered the invocation
players brought out a like- -
roads which] will best meet dale headed by Guy Stovall of the!
across Long Island and the New
ly appearing of enthusiastic after which the diners
the needs of the state. State Road Department and Aug- group
England States with an'appalling boys the first week of school. 'The were seated.Dr. .
In naming 164 as the primary ust Burghart, secretary of the 'Fort
loss, of life and property. It is not majority of these are continuing as J. W. Ezelle, chairman .of,
artery ,for this section, Mr. Stewart Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce
old news to those who have seen squad 'members they' revealing the Kiwanis committee which had
that he not overlooking with officials of the Clewis: ; are
stated was met
the damage wrought by hurricane their sincerity by training carefully charge of. arrangements for the
Federal route 10 which is to ton Chamber of Commerce and city "
winds in this' state to realize the l and are exhibiting their enthusiasm meeting, acted as master of ceremonies -
pass through the eastern: portionof officials at the Clewiston Inn Monday '
suffering which thousands are en- by practicing hard. and introduced Mayor F.
the county as the main central to discuss the new contractsoon ,
during and which the Red Cross Deane Duff
,, who in a brief welcoming -
Florida trunkline highway from to be let for the completionof I I For the'benefit of these boys and
is trying so hard to alleviate.
speech, pointed out the advantages -
for the entertainment of the Clew-
Leesburg to Miami but rather was Road 26 from Fort Lauderdaleinto -
'interesting from local stand- to be gained by a closer
considering 164 as a unit in, this South Bay: and to try and fig- a iston public.an eight or ten game
point is that the ,home of Clarence unity between the communities of
highway. By running from the ure some method of providing: a schedule is being arranged. At least .
R.' Bitting, president of the United the lake region., As an example of '
Trail north to LaBelle and thence detour which would allow the road, five games will be played on the
from LaBelle along 25 to Whid- which in two weeks will be open States Sugar Corporation, at Watch local field at the high school play- II what might be gained by such unity
(Continued 8)) (Continued on page 8)
on page
to remain ground.
(Continued on page eight) almost its entire length,

open to traffic through the winter i The first game of this season

months. I will be the first official interscho- '

The delegation made the trip BETZNER & SHELLEYMEET lastic football game played in Clew- SUPERINTENDENT IS

MAINLAND SUGAR from Fort Lauderdale over the .1103'\'; i iston. That game will be playedon

highway to South Bay in less, than. the afternoon.of. October 14

QUOTAS WILL BEREDUCED ll reo." hours elapsed: time, which, TO IN FINALS between the, Clewiston High, Tigers CONGRATULATED ONSCH.OOLS'

considering the new construction, and the Moore Haven High school

is good speed and indicates the team. The kick-off for the startof
IN 1939 saving in distance to the lower the game' is scheduled to take .

east coast through use of the route. place at 3:30 o'clock. All school
The contracts completing all but boosters and football enthusiastsare
Lou Betzner, Belle Glade's golf- The News is in receipt of a cer- '
According to an Associated Press three and a half miles between urged to attend and see the,
ing hardware dealer, will "try it tified copy of a letter received by
r. Teport from Washington last Saturday Okeelanta and South Bay are expected Tigers charge down the field in County
Superintendent S. A. Graves
) again" next at the Clew-
officials, in charge of the in two I Sunday
to completed more this and every game.
this week from State Superintendent
iston Golf Club when he meets
Sugar Act have called for a sharp which the State Road
weeks after ,
Prior to this inter-school game,
: Emmett Shelley of Clewiston in Colin English in which Mr.
reduction in acreage and tonnageof Department will apply an oil treat- ,
I the 36 hole finals of the Everglades one or two intra-mural practice English congratulates Mr. Gravesfor
cane sugar production for 1939in ment to prevent grade erosion during -
I Merchants'. Championship.The games will be played to acquaintsome being able to work out a budgetfor
the mainland sugar .producing time the will be allowed
the grade -
of the local with
boys will tee off about 9:30 spectators the 1938-39 school term with-
areas, Louisiana and Florida. A settle before is
to surfacing
production o. in. and after knocking off for the nature of si '-man football. One out reducing the length of termor
466,000 short tons, applied.
]lunch will resume hostilities' at game is scheduled for 3:30 Tues- the salaries of teachers in viewof
raw value, was reported for the However, a new contract has just 2:00: m. day afternoon, October 11. In this the limited funds available and
coming year and it was estimatedthat
this could be produced on (Continued. on page eight) : The impending match might aptly (Continued on rage 5) expressed his approval of the budget -
250,000 acres. Growers must stay I be labeled.. in pugilistic lingo, the The letter follows

within individual harvest acreage EDD Meeting Held 'battle of the trial horses. Both Medal Handicap State of Florida. .

allotments to receive benefit pay- possessors of sound'and' even brilliant -J Department of Public InstructionS

ments from the government under In Miami Thursday games at times, they both Begins Next SundayThe Tallahassee 5:

the ,act. have acquired the doubtful distinc- September 23, 1938

The officials estimated a yield tion of beating everyone but the Colin English,

of about 550,000 short tons for J. E. Beardsley, lewiston mem- champion. This wil be Betzner's fifth of the 1938 EvergladesGolf Superintendent.Mr. J

this year off 325,000 acres and this I ber of the Everglades Drainage Dis- second shot at the Everglades golf Championships, the Everglades S. A. Graves, '

yield, termed by one official as a]! trict board, met- with the other title, he having met in the finals Medal Handicap, opens for a five Superintendant of Public ;'

"crop and a half" was the reason members of the board and a large during the winter of 1936-37 the weeks stretch at the Clewiston Golf Instruction, Hendry County,

that the curtailment would be,: necessary -! number of the tax' assessors from present Everglades king, O. G: Mc- Club next Sunday. The event, be-:' LaBelle, Florida.

; next year. A meeting was the several counties within the dis- Whorter. The genial Belle Glader ing on a handicap basis, -should Dear Superintendent Graves:

to have been held Tuesday at' Baton trict, at Miami Thursday, for the I had. things his own way the first prove one of the most popular of 'I w ,sh to congratulate you upon

Rouge, La., to work out details purpose of agreeing upon some method '- 18 holes of that match, but -took the championship series. he good work which you have donein

for, distributing' the reduced of paying the assessors for : it all the lam in the home stretch. 72 holes of medal play will con- preparing your school budget for

their work in making the tax I Likewise has distinguished 'These the 1938-39 also the
acreage among individual growers. up Shelley stitute the meet. may" be year ; upon

I AAA officials and growers' were expected roll for the district. himself in a similar' manner. In played in a group of no less than fact that, in spite of the limited

to meet at that time but A plan of paying two per centon the same meet mentioned above, eighteen ,holes each before November funds available for the year, you

the results of the meeting have I the extended roll was not approved which was held over the Lake Okee- 6th. Tournament cards will not have apparently been able to workout \

not been learned as this is writ- by the assessors, their claim' chobee links, the slender Clewiston be accepted unless player has reg- your program without reducing

ten. being that this amount would, in golfer went great guns until he istered his intentions at the clubhouse the salaries of teachers, or without

Growers are not required to com- most cases, bring in much less than met the redoubtable McWhorter before starling play. (Continued on page "8)

ply with acreage allotments according the actual expenses incurred in in the' semi-finals. And he foughthis Handicaps for the meet will be

to the article but should making up the roll. Dade countywas way to the finals of the Everglades as of October 1st and will not be Forty Applications For

they fail to do so will forfeit the the only exception and the tax Match Championship early changed throughout the tournament.} '

benefit payments of 60 cents for assessor there stated that he had I'' this year, only to fall again before Players desiring to know their Rural Carrier Exams 'f'

each 100 pounds of sugar or twelve enough excess fees each year to the gunning of the long Tennesseean. handicaps may obtain same from I

dollars a ton. take care of deficiency any, on I Don Young, Clewiston professional.

The AAA said that Florida and the Everglades roll and still haVe Betzner won his right to finals Entry fee will be $1.00 and tro- Postmaster A. W. Sias announcedthis

Louisiana growers would be funds to turn back to the county.It play by a victory over Keathley phies and cups will be awarded the week; that almost forty ap-

,. able under the 406,000 ton quo- was finally agreed to use the Bowden 6 and 5, a default from winner, runner-up, and as many plications have been filled out by

ta to meet the estimated sugar same plan as last, year, a one percent Tom Shelley, and a win over W. more as tournament money will residents of Clewiston and vicinitrI

marketing quota for '1939 and pro- fee for the entire tax roll C. Prewitt 6 and 5. Shelley eliminated : permit. for the position of rural mall car-

vide a normal carry-over inve-ntory and the assessors were agreeableto E, E. Kelly 5 and 4, Dr rier over the new route, which will

(Continued on page eight) this plan. W:. J. White 2 up, and Foy Dur- DRUG. STORES ADOPT be inaugurated out of 'the Clewis-

i A report was received from Frank rance 1 up in 19 holes. NEW SUNDAY HOURS ton post-office Saturday, October

TIME TO REGISTER FOR Rails, appraiser for the R. F. C., to Probably the highlight of last 1. A civil service examination will

ELECTION SOON EXPIRES the effect that the loan sought by week's play in the present meet All drug stores in Clewiston have bo held in Fort Myers and the

the district to refinance ,their indebtedness was Shelley's victory over Durrance agreed upon a new schedule of applicant receiving the highest

The attention of the public is had been approved by (Continued on page eight) Sunday hours which will go into grade in this competitive examin-

called to the fact that but a short the levee and drainage sections of effect this Sunday, October 2. ation will be awarded the permanent -

time remains to register for the the R. F. C., and was now under SCHOOL PROJECT IS The stores will close at 11 a. in. carrier's job. Applications will

November election. The registration advisement by the directors of this NOW IN WASHINGTON and will remain closed' until 5 be received until October 7 and

books, which 'for this precinct are federal lending agency. o'clock, when they will re-open for the exams will probably be held -
in the care of Parker Wilson at :.Wbrd has been' received by Sup- the remainder of the day. Duringthe two weeks after that date

Alston's Drug Store, will be closed HARLEM: NEGRO DIES erintendent S. A. Graves that the summer an arrangement has Assistant Postmaster A. W. Law;

on October 8th. T project for the Clewiston high been in operation whereby one rence has ben appointed to serve

All who wish to participate in' Alfonso. Tobias, well-known Harlem school, sought through the PWA, store remained open all day each as temporary carrier and will make

the fall election or who are not negro, died Friday with heart was now in Washington and that i Sunday, but this has been discontinued his first delivery tomorrow.

'.J already registered are, urged to trouble. Burial was in the Glades final approval was expected to be I i with the new. Sunday cldsing The new route is a fraction less

attend to this matter at once. County Cemetery at Ortona Sunday. forthcoming within a short time. I hours. ./ (Continued on page eight)


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HERE'S REAL I DIZZY DRAMAS-Now Playing-"Urn-nlc Urn-nk!'" By Joe Bowerg :

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No textbook information for .7 Ke r lu. 1 /I 1l\E.5E 2 '!"",

the marine zoology class at the '(JRNNKI !::.-
University of Miami, Fla. Students X> : .t JyO .ryyt > I Iv : ,,.
under Prof. J. F. Pearson t iF}? t V45 /

who created the unique

department, actually "go to otiH

school" in an undersea class.
room where marine growth is
studied at first hand. Equipped r 1E5, WHAT THE HECK TO KEEP THE

with diving helmets, operated t, e riA' g ,, s sLf.1l i DID\ VA WANNA MOTHS OUT
from a special yacht, students. DO,THAT FOR2P OF NISS

get a different location for' c S TRUNK -

study each trip. Naturally, lUl ,

they're the envy of the entire 6

school. Here a pretty coed 5

poses on the. ladder while a

fellow student places the heavy

helmet over her head. Advanced

ging 50 out feet, students amazing below work specimens.surface as,deepas dig ,Aft WHAT to EAT and WHYc.

Y' t'h n i ,
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? irr' ,y I Igestible
- sugars, the percentage in \

Houston Goudiss Discusses Sugar, Sirup dried fruits ranging from 50 to
75 per cent. Milk sugar is also

F t;:,,'k\a w.kv,w..v..; .. c h./!L'.;'C/ ,+ L.. sn.t a; _.t vbHxtJN' JT :9it' :: sS and Molasses; Describes Correct Use easily digested. Honey, molasses,
corn sirup and the popular blended
rvr "s ii,xr.: 'p/r F! of Sweets Peerless Body FuelBy sirups are usually eaten in com-

bination with other foods and are ,

i ")\, :;, r. C. HOUSTON GOUDISS therefore unlikely to be con- "'_< ""
6 rF qq: i r,. ;a} ba 5,: : Kf'? l6' sumed in too large amounts.
; is an old saying that good things come in small
THERE Corn sirup is often added to
That is when to
. particularly apt we pause
fruits, vegetables, cereals,
consider the nutritive value of sugar in its various forms. breads and desserts. It helps to '

For two scant tablespoons of sugar supply as much caloric I make these foods more palatable ._, .'.,

value as does three-fourths cup of cooked farina,_ or one' and adds 60 calories with every -. : '

and one-third eggs, or the lean meat of one lamb chop. tablespoon. It is so easily digested -
that it is often usedin infant

Sugar is a highly concen-< I feeding. ..; : .,

:rated fuel food which burns fast cereals and with fruits that it Molasses provides significant 'v; :'

kk'x: ; quickly and completely in the seems a great hardship to do with- amounts of both calcium and iron .

Dody furnace.The out' it even, for one meal. and is a good sweet for growing -'.

0e We are extremely fortunate, children. One and one-half table- ,

Sugar Bowl! Is a DynamoIt most people will agree, to live in spoons of molasses supplies as ,',
an age ,when sugar is so high in much calcium as one and one-half ,
has been said that our
pres- quality and so reasonable in price.In cups of diced carrots. It is a
,nt day civilization could not have
b+.. Fi. A YC the Thirteenth century when wise mother, therefore, who uses ,"
y : reached its present
vff J a Jr fk sugar was introduced to England it in making the cookies that chil -
Y heights without the
through India, it cost the equiva- dren like so well. .
driving force that
gives to men lent of ten dollars a, pound in the Themixed or blended sirups ,
and women. Andit monetary terms of today. that are so popular with griddle

No, ocean ,water isn't quite this clear. This threesome of advanced jJr ti. is a fact that until Refined sugar is now priced at a cakes and french toast on cool .,
? few cents and pound fall also add appeal
a pound one days, palate
their underwater skill Ocala Fla. comparativelyrecent
pupils are testing at on
supplies over 1,800 calories! More- and energy values -to the diet.
I the lake. One tried undersea only
floor of Crystal Springs an camera'
the very wealthy over, when you buy a branded For in whatever form sugar is
while himself acting as a camera subject.
product backed by wellknownname
could afford this a consumed, it remains nature'sshortcut

"",' ::.mM: aq.. >.,>.":,:,< 'r<< {<< quick energy food you have the assurance to press-the-button heat
:);!>/Ekw'y/Y'krly y.6 J/ ). '. : s vylV'Z}}fin'C%.yx,'\C

:.!'! SSnuf,:+mat6, .. r%% %!.Y d,G which we now con- that quality and purity are of the .and quick, healthful stimulation.
Jr .c :
..' %%. } / a 'SrcbY,/; .4n ... sume at the rate of highest. -WNU-C. Houston Goudiss-1933-30.
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4. .Y. y >SKrgrk ,\ .'yNq tFS C S\N#,y.q r. y rn '! av more than 4,000,000
'J,':' ;w 'vrro i 1x.Sjir.?'3Slva :,w ; i /' 1rWgnr. tons a year, or more than 100 Moderate Use DesirableLikeaU

? ,'usf: %..'.'; Ji ? 'FaI Y:.{.51:'':l,C yuynsr,7nY'I/\ )?!. pounds annually for every man, sources of great'power,
.J a y.Ql Nl, }4< ) w G; ,#ur Ofl9innin9
v. \t.: 'ZI s.r'% UYt F i'y1hSa' i This peerless fuel food was once with care. Too much sugar may
n L.. ,;3. car?} ;u'', 1, regarded almost as a medicine prove as disastrous as too little. AND EVERY WEDNESDAY

4>+ .. : /r 'a. N/, i', y J/: ,, 't. because of its ability to relieve Possibly because of this, several The
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S.iS'm 4' i!, /.:. '' Sx irNS.i..a ? J i<>/ fatigue and sustain vitality. Andno false notions have grown up regarding -

wonder! For sugar, is trans- this splendid food.It TEXACO STARTHEATRE
formed into heat and power in is often charged that sweets
less time and with less effort than cause indigestion, and it is true

any other foodstuff.A that when consumed in excess,
they may ferment and result in 60 Minutes of Music, Comedy, Dtoma-

Real Stimulant irritation. Therefore, moderation with

':' While starchy foods require an should be the watchword.But Adolphe MENJOU
average of from three to four that is an excellent rule to Jane FROMAN
the be- follow in regard to all kinds of
hours for digestion, body Una MERKEL
foods. For when consumed to excess -
to burn 'ration of
gins ,a sugar Kenny BAKER
from 10 to 30 .minutes after"it is any food ceases to be bene- Charlie RUGGLES
ficial.It .
f eaten. has also been 'charged that Jimmy WALLINGTON
) It reaches the blood and mus-
.. Y David BROEKMAN'SOrchestra
> sweets are harmful to the teeth.
in"a ,few minutes-as
,. cles rapidlyin
S ntiti. /NYy.'S YIa'o: : l :':S 4S( t?
#;/i. ri But recent investigations suggest
Y; J htifi'r: fact as alcohol! That is why
r concentrated sweets, which are that the teeth are far more likelyto 'TEXACO STAR CHORUSand

effective in deteriorate because the proper
largely sugar, are so
combating fatigue. minerals and vitamins have n9t r c FamoulGuestStarieverywe.k
been included in the diet. in dramatic -
Athletic coaches are awareof
yw':. y :::,''.;.lrY.a. .J }:: < :; ,v.; ,.\'.. the unique power of sugar as a It is, however, desirable to restrict B Tother sketches under -
W tho direction of
stimulant and restorative of en- the amount of sugar givento a
ergy. That is why school and college children. That is because it CBS MAXREINHARDT
l quickly satisfies the appetite and Stations
youths are so frequently giv- g:30P.M
en highly sweetened beveragesand may therefore decrease the con- x:30 P '

lit '' a, .) r aY other concentrated sweets be- sumption of other,good and neces-
fore engaging in athletic compe- sary foods, particularly those con-
There's no trouble catching fish here. This young lady reaches tition. taining an abundance of minerals

I right out and plucks one from the air (excuse us, water). Military leaders also appreciatehow and vitamins. Children therefore
in the formof
it increases endurance, and can best take sweets
N'Tav' f sweets'are an important part of sweetened puddings, gelatin,
the soldier's ration. During the cooked and fresh fruits, and fruit QUIET and CONVENIENT
juice and milk beverages.A .
World war civilians were urgedto You'll like this small select hotel located
reduce their consumption of !just off Fifth Avenue in the center
OQ4Ee sugar in order to make larger Food of Many Forms of New York's grew shopping lone.
amounts available for the Two delightful rettiurants. All rooms
army The quick pick-up of sugar can
and, most people found it difficult be obtained in many forms be- have tub or shower biih. $2

q4P 2} } indeed to forego this, agreeable sides the sparkling crystals of SINGLE ROOMS frmu

L m4s7; food granulated sugar with which we =Knott

K i ? are most familiar, or' the brown '
/ I Indispensable for Most People sugar which is quite similar in jHttZ.rr ood

/ :Yj I Sugar is such an indispensable composition, except for a larger st .
Ingredient in cakes, cookies, pies, moisture content, despite popular .
puddings and ice creams, it is so notions to the contrary.

,',:,, I %'t necessary in beverages, on break- Most fruits contain easily di-
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,ho '''0f's rtu
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.. ...W>>h.. '. Pepsodent alone of all tooth powders contains
remarkable Irium *
Undersea study isn't always Brought from the ocean c '.Wt V r
.' Stand and cheer for Pepsodent faster.. more thorough than ever before .
peaceful. This turtle is \ ) a up
this has
one of floor all the earmarksof
y ',. Tooth Powder I ... and it is SAFE in its action on
the : .a
many formidable foes encountered a porcupine. However, it's $ / Yes... Because Pepsodent alone of teeth! Contains NO BLEACH NO GRIT.
.- down there. Right only one of the hundreds of all tooth powders-contains remarkable NO PUMICE! Try Pepsodent Powder
now, however, he looms as a fit forms of ,marine growth which Irium.And tha fs good news...for YOU I yourself. for a brighter, more attractive .
subject for a soup bowl. And the students pluck right from the z'''t /> Pepsodent. containing Irium. ..is smile! si' -.
trade mark for Purified Alkyl Sulfate:
.. 'Pepsodent'a
student isn't a bit scared. sands of their "classroom."

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I -'IMPROVED, --.............- And Yet They Call It Whites Not All Civilized
I On the HighwayIt
People of the white race who

h WHO'S I are afflicted with a superiority is a curious trait in human
I -
1 Telephone on the sports desk nature that will take off
complex because of their skin color we our
SUNDAY Lesson rings. "Say," comes the inquiry, should do a little traveling.They'll hats when a woman enters an
"did that umpire rule right on that elevator
find ,people of their own and be most apolo-
o i. UWlJyUlS'i.. 1). t). play today? Is it true that whena if
NEWS Dean of The Moody Bible 1 Instituteof race still uncivilized. getic we bump into somebody
Chicago. batted ball hits an umpire be-
inadvertently but the instantwe
Western Newspaper Union. In North Algeria, North Africa,
fore a fielder has a chance to fieldit get our hands on a steering
there is Arabic tribe
an speaking
the batter gets a hit? Are you wheel we damn all mankind-
THIS Lesson for October 2 really telling me the truth? That's called the ,Kabyles, who are said woman and man alike.
the rule? It is? You mean it? to be the"purest white race in
Too often, we are inclined to
Africa. Yet they are almost totally -
THE ONE TRUE GOD The umpire was right?
"Well, that 'beats anything I .uncivilized, live in primitive look upon traffic guides and

LESSEN 3 Isaiah fashion, and' worship heathen regulations as irritating restric-
WEEKBy TEXT-Exodus 20:2 : ever heard. You're sure that's the
[ 45:22 GOLDEN: ; Mark TEXT-And 12:28.34; I thou Corinthians shalt love 846.the rule? The reason I want to be gods. tions designed primarily to

Lord thy God,with all thine heart and with sure is because I threw some of Missionaries have established keep: 'us from having a good
I LEMUEL F. PARTON I all thy soul, and with all thy might.- those pop bottles at the umpireand mission stations to try to civilize time, when the truth of the

Deuteronomy 6:5.: I ain't gonna start being sorry and Christianize them. This tribeis matter is, they have been devised -

NEW YORK.-This writer has always Today we begin a series of studies unless I have to. You're sure only one of several uncivilized solely for our convenienceand
be in the rules Kansas white still to be found in
thought it would a good which should be of unusual val that's ? City groups comfort.

idea for the newspapers of a city to ue, a consideration of the Ten Com- Star. the world.

make an award every year to the mandments in the light of the teachings -

Dr. DitmarsSuperlative provided person who them had of Jesus and related New Testa Aided Anatole FranceMme. tant part she played in his writ- Invented Hot Dog
ment passages. It is appropriate to ings. In the dedication of Crain-
with the most Arman de Caillavet The inventor of the hot dog was
out- pro-
point out that, far from being quebille, the author said: '"To
News Source good copy. In New moded, the Ten Commandments are foundly influenced his career and Mme. de Caillavet, this book the late Harry Mozely Stevens,

York, I would really the basis of all moral law. became his lifelong friend. She which I should not have written caterer at the New York Polo

nominate Dr. Raymond L. Ditmars, They need a diligent re-study and was clever and had a host of acquaintances without her help, for ,without her grounds probably about 1900.
for 39 years curator of mammalsand the Stevens the credit for the
among leading gave
re-emphasis in our day of disregard.of help I should write no' books."
reptiles at* the Bronx zoo, al moral standards.The figures of literature and politics.She introduction of the term, hot dog,

most any year. lessons begin at the right constantly worked for the to the late T. A. Dorgan (Tad),

The curator has exploded many point, for the first commandment'' fame of Anatole France and Honesty From Honesty noted sports cartoonist. The name

myths, but usually substitutes some- properly deals with our conceptionof forced him out of his inertia into Every honest man will suppose was probably suggested by the

thing even more interesting. Rep- God. What a man thinks about composition. Extracts from their honest acts to flow from honest popular belief that wienies were

tiles haven't the slightest interest God determines his entire outlookon correspondence show the impor- principles.-Thomas Jefferson. made of dog meat.
in sweet music and aren't soothed
life. We begin right when we
by it, monkeys will return to cleared -
clare that there is but one God. III1 ,, .
jungle if it grows again; the mother ;
snake does little I. The Truth Stated-There Is One
not swallow the g %
ones'in times of danger.But True God (Exod. 20:2: 3)). III r (// /

being thus disillusioned, we Jehovah means "I will be what I
learn from Dr. Ditmars that there will be," or "I am that I am."

are, sea serpents, great schools of (Exod. 3:14). His very name de-

them, in the Indian ocean and the clares God to be the self-existent, .. "
western tropical Pacific. eternal one. How infinitely gracious ?;:h
There then is the use of the word "thy" .
are flying: snakes, fish
that climb in verse 2!, He-the great I AMismy
trees, fish that shoot
down bugs out of the air by ex- God.
pelling: pellets of water like an There are many things concerning -

air gun, frogs that can'swallow which we do not speak dogmati-
rats cally. There are even Christian
frogs with vocal power
1,000 times that of insects doctrines about which spiritual and .\
a -
which are carried by,jungle earnest men may honestly differ, \ '"' ra r ,, ;/ ,r wl/ll"l ,
I but regarding God we say with absolute -
! people flashlamps, ani I
I mall which can travel 60 miles assurance and complete ex- ,Lrl+ //! \; :p'' 1i'l.. Ilt1\\ clusiveness-there is but one true /
an hour and animals which_nev-
I er lie down. God. If He is what He claims to

" be, if God is not to be declared. to '
Dr. Ditmars is 62 years old. At be a liar, then it is beyond the realm'
\ the of 15 he
age began gathering
of possibility that there could be any
I insects for the Museum
of Natural
! other God. Hear it, ye men and
History. He had of
a news-
\ work before year women of America who in an enlightened >.......-" :
paper joining the staff land and age bow down in .,
I of the zoo, which may account forhis"
heathenish worship "before the god
s i being a friendly' Santa Claus to. of gold, the 'god of self,. the god of FIRESTONE does it again-gives you lower

reporters. wine, the god of success, the god cost and higher quality in a tire that is tops in the

;, of- fame, the goddess of pleasure,
field Firestone Convoy. Car owners everywhere
IT IS recalled that Homer Martin, -
the god of licentiousness. The one
, the fighting parson who contends true God,says, "I am Jehovah are buying this tire because they want to get all of
with John L. Lewis in a Faustian these and exclusive extra value features.
thou: shalt have no other gods be- patented
; struggle for the body and soul of the "
' automobile fore me. First,Gum-Dipping,the Firestone patented process
i .
Homer Martin was the world hop, II. The Truth Explained. which gives greater protection against, blowouts.

1 May Still Be skip and jump> 1. God is our Deliverer (Exod. Second, two extra layers of Gum-Dipped cords
20:2): ). He who brought Israel out
I, World Champ champion just a G. under the tread, a patented construction which
of the bondage of Egypt is the one,
1 few
I; {. and may be still. It is years only ago-three and the only one who can delivermen gives greater protection against punctures. Third,

:':! years ago that he quit the pastorate from the bondage of sin. If scientifically designed tread which gives greater
I you think that a sinner is not in skidding and gives longer
[, of the Leeds Baptist church in Kan- protection against
read Titus 3:3 and
Bondage Romans
\ sas City, got a job in the 'Fisher mileage.See .
6:16 and then read the verses following
I plant,' organized the local Cf the
\\1 United Automobile Workers' union in both passages, and not your nearby Firestone.Dealer or Firestone

j'" and became its first international only see but follow the way of de Auto Supply &. Service Store and equip your car

\: president. liverance. with Firestone Convoy Tires the safest tires
2. God is our Saviour (Isa. 45:22): .
I \\i{ His battle soon turned from Again note that "there is none else" money can buy at these low prices.
Ii the bosses to the
i left-wingers of '
can save. "Neither is there
:' the union and that's the issue of 'I salvation in any other: for there is' TRUCK OWNERS
his contention with
\. Mr. Lewis. none other name under heaven giv- ,
iI 1 Getting under way,'he eloquently en whereby
among men, we must SAVE MONEY TOO
: plastered William Green of be saved" (Acts 4:12)). III
i\\ the A. F. of L. and it is not
It was this verse that led one of Truck owners everywhere are reducing their
d clear where he would be headed
i in case of a final break with the the world's greatest preachers, operating cost by equipping their trucks with

\\ C. I. O. leadership. Christ Charles as Haddon his Saviour Spurgeon when, to he accept was iuiimi'I' Firestone Convoy Truck Tires a high qualitytire

\: He is tall, athletic-once a track just a humble lad.. Perhaps some at unusually low prices. Keep your tire

jl; star for the Illinois Athletic .club- boy or girl who reads these lines investment' low and at the same time, cut your cost

Ii with a wide, ready smile and shell- may do likewise, and become a ton mile equip your truck today with a set

rimmed glasses. He gets $3,000 a great instrument in God's hand. -LIFETIME I : per Truck Tires the truck tire
of Firestone Convoy
i\ year for a whole lot of trouble and Teacher, perhaps the Spurgeon of .

:. strife, but seems to enjoy it. He is the next generation will be in your GUARANTEE sensation of 1938.

36 years old, born and reared on a. class today. Win him for Christ! Every tire of our I
\. manufacture bearing our
southern Illinois
farm. 3. God is Love (Mark 12:28-34). In name and serial number,
rI' is guaranteed by us to be ,/ LOOK AT THESELOWPRICES
1 John 4:8 the truth is stated in all free from defects in

I THIS writer knew quite a number its glorious simplicity. "God is workmanship and material e
without limit as to time or ;
1 of early-day aviators, including love. He not only loves us, and mileage, and to give

\ Lincoln Beachey, Art Smith, Bob calls on us to love Him, and enablesus normal satisfactory operating service under

Fowler Christofferson and others, to love both Him and our neigh- conditions. If our
: and he bors, but He "is love.' Love is of examination shows that I

I Turner wondered alwaysCol. why the very essence of God's nature.He the any terms tire has of this failed guarantee under, v FIRESTONE CONVOY FOR CARS, TRUCKS and BUSES
i In Splashes none of them ever is the source of all true love. we will cither repair allowanceon the
tire make
1\ Of Gay Colors dressed the part. He is love.It the or purchase an of a new 45021. $7.90 5.50.17.-$10.45:
i \ They all were as is wprthy of careful note and tire.

: drab as so many gray moths, while emphasis in our teaching that the 47519. 8.15: 60016.. ::1.80.

:. their role certainly called for a dash recognition and appreciation of this 50019. 8.80

I of color. One thought of the sar- truth on the part of the scribe 525.17: .. 9.5 62516.. 1 3.:15:
I torial dash of d'Artagnan brought him near to the Kingdomof AUTO RADIOSGet
i Porthos Firestone 9.65 65016. %4.50'Tires
and Athos if they had been riding God, but not into it. He was 52518. .

1 <.- the skies. "not far from" but he was not i in it. the finest in auto radios and still save for Trucks and Buses at Proportionately Low Prices

I Col. Roscoe Turner, who recently 4. God is our Father (I Cor. 8:4-6). money.With 6 all-metal tubes,8-inch dynamic

.! : lifted the Thompson trophy at Cleveland Paul is speaking of the eating of speaker and sound diffusion

I for the second time, winning meat 'offered to idols, and pointsout system, this radio represents "CHANG OV R'F TO A

i ; $22,000, satisfies a long-felt want. that such false gods are really %i highest quality at lowest cost.

j For years, off and on, he has nothing. This is true not only of the r retottt BATTERYFor
been picking up records in 'pink idols of wood and stone, but of supernatural $2995

pants and a lavender tunic, or beings, demons wor-' greater power and longer life,

in an ensemble blending many shiped by primitive peoples. Thereare ,I' "changeover" today to a Firestone
shades of blue, cerise and henna such spirit beings, active evenin Extra Power Allrubber Separator
with rakish our day in such cults as spiritism that will
a English offi Battery-the battery
cers' cap, ruddy face, Grover but they are not divine, not '' start your car up to 35% quicker. '
Whalen wax-tipped mustacheand -true gods (v. 5). Firestone SPARK PLUGSSave PatentedconstructionfeaturesgiveFirestone
a couple of octaves of fine The true 'God" is a Father, yes 10%on your gasoline costs. Batteries longer life,
teeth. Here, as the old books "the Father, of whom are all I New Firestone Spark Plugs more power and greater
on decorum would have it, is an things and we in Him (v. 6). As Ii I save gasoline and give dependability. You will be
outfit which would take you there is but one God, there is also I. your car better '- surprised at the low cost.
ground the world but one Lord, Jesus Christ through i performance.
whom the one God has wrought all '
Colonel Turner is of California r
things, and through whom we also Listen to THE FIRESTONE VOICE OF THE Listen to THE VOICE OF FIRESTONE
dispensation come to God. [f we have Christwe FARM-Interviews with the Champion Farmers I featuring Richard Crooks and Symphony Mar aret Orchestra.
.,; have all America,featuring Everett Mitchell Twice weekly and the 70-pioce Firestone VVaflcnsteln, Monday
; it we have not Him local t under the direction of Alfred
colorful'state. durlnft the noon hour. your paper N. B. C. Red Network.
have nothing. Is He and time of broadcast. evcnlnfis over Nationwide
O:)Consolidated News Features. we your for the station day,
V/NU Service. Saviour?







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The Clewiston News 'childhood, so-far his pack has remained MRS .G. B. THOMAS IS ticipate. At the. present, the ma- PETITION TO VALIDATE BONDS f ."

empty and such stockingsas I HOSTESS AT BRIDGEMrs. I jority of the girls are practicing NOTICE

have been hanging about for Volley Ball. -It is hoped that the To the Taxpayer* and Cltlzells--t;;

Published every Friday in Clewiston, his attention remain limp. and lIfe- I G. B. Thomas was hostess girls' Volley' Ball games may be Special Hendry Tax.County School, Florida District: No. 7,

Florida, by the CLBWISTON NEWS less. to members of the afternoon bridge correlated with the boys football You and each of you are hereby

Inc. Opportunists and political aspirants -J I club at her home in the Schult games. Announcements about the notified in said County that a petition by Special has Tax been School filed

II quick to sense the hope be-] Apartments Thursday afternoon. games will be made later. The girls I District No.7, Hendi-y County, Florida ".
KEATHLEY BOWUIJN": Editor I by and through its officers the-
ing generated by the good Doctor'slappeal I High score prize, a pair of ashtrays are looking forward to some good members of the County Board of -::

i have been hopping on the I II was won by Mrs. '''D. G. Als- games with the neighboring schools Public Instruction of said County, for

Entered as second class mail matt"-; I band-wagon and doing their part I ton, low, a relish dish by Mrs. .I. this season. issue the validation of $33.000.00 of bonds, issued and under bond a ,
February 1, 1927 at the Post Office In I
Clewiston Florida under. the Act of to impress his followers that there M. Pafford and cut, an ice bucket The Ping Pong tables have beenin authority the Revised of Chapter General 579,Statutes et. seq., of of

March 3, 1807.Subscription. I really IS a Santa Claus, that they by Mrs. JV.. Ezelle. All prizes demand by those who are not Florida, and pursuant to resolutionsor .

know him personally, have a lot were pieces of Fostoria glassware.Ice interested in volley ball. Later oth- and and with proceedings the assent of the of said a majorityof Board, "

Rotc $:.OO Per Year.Adicrtlningr .!Iof influence, and, if given the opportunity cream sandwiches and coffee er sports will be included in the the/.votes cast at a special election "
hater On Application. can arrange to have him were served to Mrs. Alston, Mrs.I. for these girls. held 'Ion May 17th, 1938, for that
program and other ,purpose said bonds being issued to
put them on his list.' M. Pafford, Mrs. Leslie Miller, provide funds for the improvemenl
Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. J. 'V. of public free school buildings and '-
have '
Devoted to the ndvancement and welfare .For several years oldsters I THE CLEWISTON TIGERS grounds in said District, and that -
of Clewiston and Hendry County. contributed their nickles dimes and Ezelle, Mrs. Keathley Bowden, Mrs. said petition will be heard before
pennies to these good Samaritanswho H. It. Hall and Mrs. W. H. Lanier Tuesday evening the Clewiston the Honorable George Whitehurst, :
Judge of said Court, in chambers at
promise to help advance the Tigers, our promising new: football LaBelle Florida, on the 26th day of
The EDD seeks aid from the RFC I team, met with Coach Wakefield October A. D. 1938, at the hour often .
and while thous-
of Christmas
date o'clock A M. on said date, and
to get out of the RED. ands who have made such contri- in the school auditorium, where you and each of you arc hereby
too. "six-man football" discussed. notified and required to appear before
butions went to their graves with was the said Judge at the time and placo --
How about an all-Everglades motorcade -, no return on their investment, the I Salads aId to the food value and Munselle Stone was elected cap- above specified to show cause if

to Fort Lauderdale and good work goes on and hope still tastiness of the lunch and are valuable tain and Jimmy Winn, alternate- any why said you bonds have shall or If not any be there validatedand be,

ami over Road 26? 1\Ii-I' lives in the breasts of those who for their vitamin, mineral and captain. The Tigers are in train- confirmed as is authorized by

carry on.Seeing I roughage content. They may be ing, now and are getting in good law WITNESS, and as Is my prayed official In said signature petition.as ''

I I mixed and placed in a container shape for the seasons games. Clerk of said Court, and the seal of
.promlsed. the success of the said Court hereto .
Peace is for a time ctevis-I affixed at.the '.
with Pine-
send movement others have a tight-fitting cover. Since this is the first year of Court house in LaBelle. Florida, on
in Europe but the price paid for I apples, oranges, grapefruit, apples. the local school in football expectations this 30th day of September, 1938. ;:"
that be much higher ed new and better plans and now I
peace may grapes-alone or combinedaregood should not be too high. We (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, '
modern streamlined Santa
than anyone realizes at this time. I dangle a Clerk Circuit Court Ilcnd-
salad fruits. Cucumbers, to-
: Claus before us in the "$30 Every have a grand group of boys and ry County Florida,
matoes, celery, peppers, carrots -
Thursday" plan. green I although they are not heavy and LOUIS O. GRAVELY
1 Hitler's bluff worked and. he now I and cabbage are good vege- Solicitor for Petitioners.
it is bulky they are plenty fast and .r",
dominates all of central Europe Fantastic and screwey as I tables for salads.Suggestions !. light on their feet. This is what is No. 157-Sept. 30, Oct 7, 14, 21. "
from the border. of France to the a sufficient number of Californiansfell for desserts would needed in six-man football
of Russia. bull I for it, to elect its advocate more
border England's dried
include fruits in season, can- than weight.
dog is too old to bark. to a seat in the United States Senate -| ned or stewed, custards baked in { m
and defeat as strong and I Uniforms for twelve players have
individual dishes, fruit whips, fruit
staunch a. Democrat as William G. been ordered. The colors will be if 1

Clewiston and the remainder of f McAdoo. gelatin cookies, in and individual milk-fruit dishes gelatin., cake, gold and royal blue, a very striking Good FarmLand

South Florida missed only by a I : I and flashy uniform. A tacltling
Now, like the chain letter head-
twist of fate the same hurricane I dummy and other equipment are
ache, It is spreading.over the coun-J WINNING ANSWERAn
which has brought death and destruction ordered and will soon arrive. It is
try to get in the hair of politiciansand I -
to New England. The the' .
and I expected that team will be
the populace in general Florida
enterprising newspa-
Red Cross has issued a call for in the best of form for their first
further muddy up the waters of offered a year's subscriptionfor
funds for rehabilitating the area per game, which is scheduled for October -
economic sanity that are already the" best answer to this question for Rent
through the local chapter. Can we 14, against Moore Haven.
heavy with silt. like a
: "Why is a woman
turn a deaf ear to that call?
In Lakeland last week was born newspaper?" Here are some of the A demonstration game has been
planned here on October 1, and
Clewiston will have her first The Florida Pension Plan Associ- answers:
of of I' "Because they aYe thinner now everyone is invited to come out and
football here October ation made up a group more
game on Friday, -
"watch their smoke"Dick .
14. .It's six-man football andif or less unknowns who propose to than they used to be."

you think its a sissy game come +set out; in search of a Florida Santa I "Because they are well worth Owen, Sports Editor.An .

out on that date and see this husky I Claus in the form of ,a "$30 EveryThursday" looking over." expression of Florida's deep
bunch of -i set-up in this state. "Because they carry the news TrespassersWill
:youngsters battle a similar sympathy for flood and storm vic- .
team from Moore Haven. Our Anybody possessed with a child- wherever they go. tims in those states devastated last
opinion is that spectators will findit like faith and able to put up a But the one to win the sub- week was wired by Governor FredP.

a more interesting game than penny a day or $3.65 a year in scription was this: Cone.
regular football. the form of membership dues may"join "Because every man should have ProsecutedClewiston '

the army", sign a petition, one' of his own and not run after .
.. .
CHILDREN SHOULD-NOT- and go forth to "preach the gospel." his neighbor's.-Publisher's Auxiliary FOR RENT.-Furnished Garage .

DRIVE CARS'- 'J A penny a day isn't. much" in itself Apartment. Phone 376, F. L..
T but if a sufficient number' "of"'followers -: -- .-. ,, Williamson.

driving We' find carefully that while around motorists schools are I I'ranks it can will be provide induced a to tidy join sum the I ,dI! 0 1 lmllllil I1!! d!lliillll ill! llllil!! !! IIIIIIIllIiml\IIII11Illjlllllil! i! \!!!!! !I I! IIIIIliIIII II!!!!! Illl IIlIllil!!! i! i I tf

that it' is the children, some who for_ somebody to play with. I IX THE CIUCIIIT COUUT OF THE -

are much under the age of driving I I Townsendites who are not content '- II I SCHOOL NEWSEditor THE TWELFTH STATE JUDICIAL OF. FLORIDA CIUCUIT IN AND OF Realty And

that are causing the accidents, stated to have all their eggs in, one FOR HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA

Asher Frank, Director of the basket, will be permitted to place t ___.._..-......._:.... Bill Owen --
Special Tax School District ) DeveloplnentCorpol'ation
Florida Safety Council this week. bets on the new plan at $3.65 a A&st! Editor ...-.... J. D. Hooker No. 7, Hendry County, Florida )
throw politicians who have been i .... Owen by and Through Its Proper )
ID. Miami three girls were hurtin ; Sports Editor .... .-- Dick Officers.the Members
of the )
an accident; the oldest of which helped on their way with a Town-I County Board of Public In- ) i!

was light 14 who causing ran the through injury a of traffic two- congregation send button can and,now like join floating the new refuse -I lllIlIliilllllllllll1lll1illllllllllIii!!!! : IIIIlilli11111I11Illlliillliiil! :! IIIIIIIIIIlllmllilllI"J'r! !" THE struction STATE VS of OF said FLORIDA.County, ))) I

others in her car, and who are now go in with the tide. DR. EZELLE CONDUCTS Respondent. ) I
. .
in custody of the Juvenile Courtin It all sounds swell, and ,while DENTAL CLINIC -- -- -

Miami. I'm gettin' old, I think I'll just the ..:..::.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:.:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
What can parents be thinking sit back and wait until some guy For the past three years

about, continued Frank, when they I!|I comes around with a sure fire: P.-"I'. A. has sponsored a dental ::: :?::
I "Million Dollars clinic in the school. Dr. J. W. f MEN
let their children who are so young Every Monday" :: f

and in inexperienced drive.. cars to plan. And if it don't cost too muchto Ezelle. local dentist, is cooperatingin ?

school.-Sheriffs", police officers, school the get set-up myself I'll elected try for Treasurer the job. of It On every Thursday way possible.morning of this :t:, Your Credit Is Good :=: "

boy patrols, and others are doingeverything ought to provide for' MY old age I week Dr. Ezelle came to the school

they: can to make the even if it never worked for any i and examined the teeth of all pupils -: :: Wear a NEW Tailored Individual :=:

people Safety Conscious. Many arrests of the contributing members. I { in the first, second, third and : .

already have been made .be- fourth grades. Measure Suit While You Pay :: .

cause motorists will not stop when PACKED LUNCHES The P.-T. A. will plan this year's y. y

buses are being loaded and unloaded. dental clinic on -the basis of the :i: A postcard will bring the Lake's Old :;:

The school patrols have reported Pack "Health" in the lunch box conditions found from this .exam- *

motorists running through for the school child. ination. y Dependable Tailor Representative *

lines endangering the lives of lit Here are some suggestions: All parents are urged to cooper-

tle'children. All this is done so that A satisfactory' lunch consists of ate. :f CHAS E. LEAR :_. '

little Freddie and Mary will come half a. pint of milk or two foods y

back }home from school safely. We containing .milk, one vegetable or SCHOOL NEWS STAFF ELECTED :: Box 508 Clewiston Fla. ::y;:: -

now call on the parents to discon- fruit, substantial sandwiches, des- ._. ,

tinue the practice of letting child-i sert, and a warm food or drink. morning Election in .the was high held school Wednesday for the I .................................................."................................................. ......................................................................................'7.............:...;..
ren drive cars, concluded Frank. Cocoa or plain chocolate malted

I I milk may .serve as the drink or, if High School News Staff. Those

.........'.........................................................................................'....1 I soup a hot made dish with is preferred vegetables, a cream or a "elected Assistant were Editor: Editor, J. D.Bill Hooker Owen;;

chowder containing meat broth and Sports Editor, Dick Owen. I I 9ft about time to

Too Late To ClassityCBy chopped vegetables. I S
Plan sandwiches for BiOAKD OF HEALTH temind
variety and I I
you. ...
Russell Kay taste, using day-old breads such NURSE VISITS w INwcrr"t A

..'..................................................................................................... .I''I as and ings.whole white.wheat Use, Graham a variety, rye-rai-in of fill- I' Miss'supervisor Cynthia of May nurses Mabbette, from, district the-I isiiauYOU r

There State Board of Health, explained to
was, a time when only
Thinly sliced or chopped meat::;
the children believed in' the school faculty on Wednesdayways
Santa or boned fish, seasoned with salad!
Board of
the State
in which
Claus, but ,
nowadays it is getting
. dressing make good fillings.
( Health will cooperate with the
to be a sort of.national
pastime. i
I Beans, navy or lima, baked or #
While the kiddies still look school. .)
: stewed mashed and ,,, .
jand seasoned .
have -been made
a guy wearing a pair of rod pajamas 'with cream or salad dressing arc Arrangements 1.i can't afford to procrastinate
and a long white beard, old- for Miss Mabbette to :ll1acen ,..: t
a good substitute for :;
er folks hover 'round the. chimney fish. Other substitutes meats or spection of all pupils: in' the in-j much longer in starting to save li
are groundnuts
and hang up their stockin' in the ., llarll-cooled in sandwiches school at an early date. All portion of income..and invest
eggs your
will keep a card record of each
hope that Mr. Roosevelt ers
Dr. Townsend
I collage or plain American The cards furnished by cU4ct p it wisely. during
or some other modern wizard child. are cJft your productive
peanut butter
r peanut.
.will fill' it. ? butler and 'raisin I1lixt rc. the stato board.GIRLS' Q\at QE o years. The slogan/"Save and Navf"
Franklin D.: has come nearer the Whole shredded G S ,
or lettuce, mix- be old-fashioned but the
"fireside" than anyone else so far, ed with salad may sensible
but the number of bright-eyed, hopeful dressing and wrapped !- s ) \s people that follow it the*
separately in waxed paper until The girls of the Clewiston High are

oldsters has increased with such, lime for eating also makes: a School began th'eir athletic program ATo happy ones meet. We'll
amazing he. S you gladly
rapidity that
has only good sandwich filling.{ :. Sliced tomatoes : last week] under the direc- _
been able to partially satisfy avery celery alone or combined: tion of Mrs Wakefield. All grades t'.* v r< help you with our time-tried, safo

., In consequence limited number.Dr.. with chopped nuts and seasoned from the seventh' to the twelfth are "' .and profitable savings plans.
been looked Townsend has with salt 'or salad dressing, olive represented. It is hoped that even
upon by-'nuany as a alone or chopped and mixed with more will become interested in

more promising giver of" gifts, and dressing, grated raw carrots with participating in the afternoon Clewiston Federal
while he has been able to
deliverwords' Savingsand
I dressing, raw or cooked prunes, shorts.-
of ,.
and has painted apricots, dates, figs and raisins, A varied program is being plan

picture of peace, prosperity and combining any two;' are al>tp good, ned to give a large number of girls Loan Association

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.:N....................."......"......................"......................................................"..N..N.N..M..1...N'M. ..........................'...................................r.....1'1' Mrs. Gilbert Suggs,, Mrs. Richard and Betty Bailey, Elizabeth Winn, regular "Blue and Gold" football
.. ..
's Hooks, Mrs. Leon Benibry, Mrs. Margaret VonMach, June Hooker, squad.

y y yy Glen Etherton and Mrs Post. Mrs. Beulah Guthrie, Eclytho: Cornetto, Members of the football ,squad,
y Cornette, Mrs. Hanna and Mrs Lee Pridgen, Julia Oglesby and Louis and their approximate weights are:

2 PERSONAL and SOCIETY ; Suggs were assisting, hostesses., Leiter, J. D. Hooker, Junior Waters Billy Davis, 210 pounds; Jimmy
I Ed VonMach, Munselle Stone, Holland, 150; .James Lolly, 145;

.f. ?'. JIMMY ROBERTSON Morris Ford, Carl ton Prevatt, Dick Carrol Reddish, 140; J. B. Brant-
: 'y: (I CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY Owen, Dick Patterson, Bill Owen, ley, 140; Munselle Stone, 140; Carlton -

.,:;...:..:..:..r:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.s":..:.INNNNN.. .. .. .. .. ..NNNNIIN.. .. .. .. .. ..NN.. .....................................................-1 I Pat McGehee and William Johnson. Prevatt, 140; Morris Ford, 135;
Little Jimmy Robertson celebrated -I I Bill Owen, 135; Harry Vaughn,
M. S. Wright of South Bay wasa the Clewiston Inn Friday night. his sixth birthday by inviting a COMMUNITY CHURCH 135; James Winn 130; Wilbur Mc ,
business visitor here Thursday. Guests were received by Miss Mary II Gehee, 130 Thomas Waldron
group of neighborhood children to Forest C. Taylor, Minister. ; ;
Markette and Miss Hazel Prince, his home in the Schult apartmentsfor i J. D. Hooker, 125; Sam Lang, 125;

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling spent who pinned a ribbon bearing her i an afternoon of games and refreshments win Hervey Bourne 125; Dick Patterson -
Sunday, October the second,
Sunday in Fort Myeis. name on each guest so *that the : I 120; Owen Winn, 120; Ed Von-
teachers and members of the club be observed "World-Wide Communion -, Mach, 120. Leroy Hare is team
--- Mrs Frances mother Sunday" and the sacramentof
might become quickly ac .
pore manager.
Mr. and Mrs. J., A. McGehee quainted. of' Jimmy, was assisted by l\lissl the Lord's supper will be a partof
spent the week-end in' Fort Lau- Mary Markette and :Miss Virginia I the morning worship at eleven
At the close of the when '
ulerdale. evening Jordan in caring for the little I o'clock. The public is very cordially -
scores were counted and checked, I guests. Favors of balloons and sur- invited to join in this service. L M. COUSE
first of two colorful
prize vases
Thomas B. Shelley spent several prise' packages of candy were dis=. Next Sunday will also be "Rally: ,
was awarded to Mrs. Forest C.
'days this week in Nassau on bus tributed. Ice cream was served with Day" in the Sunday school and Counselor and Attorney at Law
who had Miss
Taylor, high score.
,ness. Livonia and Mrs. I the birthday cake to Rachel and 1 the superintendent, R. N.. Smith, Hopkins BuildingWednesdays'and
Congdon Mary
Charles Miner, Robbins I
Vollney with the assistance of other officers Saturdays
Baker tied for second place and decided Grace Ward Bob I
Richard Knight, ,
Paul Rardin ofCanal Point was to divide the prize, which was I and the teachers, has prepared an 9:30ito 4:00 -
Smith, Mary Louise Thomas, Patsy
visitor in Clewiston appropriate to which ev-
a business Mexican program
two decks of cards with clever Prewitt
Anne Claire
Meredith, ,
,Monday.Mr. designs. The third prize, a eryone is invited. r
I Jones and Bobby and Richard Hanna. -
pair of flower prints, was awarded Junior:: choir meeting Monday- ev-

and Mrs. A. R. Broadfootand to Mrs. Agnes Thomas, holder of ening at seven o'clock. J. S. CAMPBELL

children spent Saturday in I I. low score. MISS CJRAHAM CELEBRATES Christian Endeavor meeting Mon-

Fort Myers. While refreshments, .of ice cream SEVENTEENTH: BIRTHDAY day at eight.
I I and cake were being served Mrs. Senior choir Tuesday evening at Jeweler & WatchmakerAll

Mrs. Charles Lovvorn returned F. C. Taylor, sponsor of the'club Miss Florence Graham celebratedher seven thirty.

<- ", 'Tuesday from a week's" visit with I' gave a short talk, welcoming the seventeenth birthday Wednes- The board of trustees will meeton

friends in Lakeland.: teachers and inviting them to attend day with a dancing party at the Monday evening at the usual Kinds of Jewelry Repairs

I i the club meetings. home' of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.J. time, eight o'clock. Optical Repairs
Dr. and Mis. John P. Iliggins
;and daughter, Patricia, spent the I Teachers present were Mrs. Ag- J. Graham, on the 'governmentreserva The Everglades Ministerial As- :AT CHRISTIAN'S BARBER SHOP
nes Thomas, Mrs. Kay Wakefield, tion.
week-end In Miami sociation will meet in the Clewis-
Mrs. Mary Baker, Misses Livonia A green and white color scheme October
ton Community church Monday, -
Inez Lammon Mae Whit- was carried out in appointments
Congden, ,
Elbert L, Stewart, accompaniedby 3, at eleven o'clock. Follow- AGENT
ten, Alice Steinholtz, Mary Mont- for the party. ,A green and white
business the ministers
ing the meeting -
J. H. Peeples of Glades county, '
gomery and Evelyn Burhans. register was provided for signa- L. B. Mershon
'attended a road meeting in Arcadia will enjoy a luncheon at the
tures of the guests, which the hon-
Members of the club attendingwere Clewiston Inn. .
t .Monday. oree kept as a memento of the New York Life -
4 or--- Misses Evelyn' Hare, Gaudy I The Aid Society of the Community -

Miss Cynthia Mae Mabbctte, dis- Waters, Kathryn Graham, Helen occasion. i church' will meet Thursday Insurance
trict nursing supervisor of the State Carlson, Hazel Prince, Mary Mar Following- an evening of games j'afternoon of next week with Mrs.R. CompanyARCADIA /

4 Board of Health, was in Clewiston kette, Virginia Jordan, Billie John- and dancing, guests were invited N. Smith at her home on Royal FLORIDA ,
for refresh-
into the dining room
Wednesday.. son, Ruth Knight, Florine Moore, Palm Avenue. The women of the
A lace tablecloth coveredthe
f .
Florence Slonaker, Pearl Brantley congregation are invited to be
f Mrs. A. O. Ward left Wednesday and Mrs. Frances Robertson and dining table on which arranged present.
a gree'n and, white birthday cake NORGE REFRIGERATORS
t for Jacksonville where she was Mrs. Forest C. Taylor.
and lighted green tapers in white Furniture and Homo 1. called by the critical illness of
f Six-Man Football
holders. Ice cream, cake and nuts
: her grandmother.Mrs. P.-T. A. HONOR FACULTYAT PHILCO RADIOS
were served.
Mrs. Graham was assisted in en-
f.. :: M. E. VonMach, Mrs. G. tertaining by Mrs. J. G. Niblack;: '(Continued from page one) I. Household Furnishings
t- H. Small and Mrs. C. E. Miner faculty of the Clewiston i
I. and Mrs. J. H. Doty. game a "Gold" team, will play a
f spent Wednesday shopping in Fort school were guests of honor at a The guests included Misses Ro- "Blue" team; members of these i J Inc.; .

(. Myers. I reception given at the school build- berta Spicer, Maxine Doty, Laura two teams evil be members of the BELLE GLADE. FLORIDA,, '
l-' / ing Monday evening by the Parent- '\

I Miss Eunice Meredith, Mrs. I Teachers Association as a welcome

,- Blanche Turner, H. Hbllingswoithand from the community.Mrs. .

Foster Meredith were visitors J. H. Doty, president;; expressed .

Sunday in Fort Mye"rs. in a few words the welcomeof
: the organization and citizensfor

I Mr. and Mrs. A.V.. Sias, Mrs. the teachers. The evening was
A. "W, Lawrence, Mrs. Urey Wald- delightfully informal and no set s 'c 9Y 1 t

ron, Mrs. G. E. Etherton and Mrs. ,program was followed. A delightful -

r', C. E. Nail were visilo'rs in ,Miami. reading "The Builder" was giv-

Saturday.. i, j i en by Mrs.. C. A. Lyles, ,and a piano -
4 I solo was rendered by Miss Al- .A

Air. and Mrs. T. B. Shelley 10- ice Steinholtz. -

turned the first of the week from 1 i Community singing was led by I :: S r 1 S4 It

a motor trip, during which they R. N. Smith, the group entering
visited several cities of the middle -I ,whole-heartedly into the spirit of

west, including Cedar Rapids, 1 the affair.

Iowa, and Peoria, Illinois. I Downstairs a tea-table was arranged -
,. I 5) in the entrance hall, and,
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford, Anne pleasing refreshments of sandwich- 3 hboa P

and Kay Pafford, Gloria McDuffie, !I es, punch and cakes were served by I I.a $ ; s. '3y (

Marianne Jones, Mauryne Prewitt, j'. P.-T. A. committee, Mrs. R. a y o kt + n

and Barbara Broadfoot motored to''I, Smith, Mrs. H. C. Kolstad! and N'I r ; I

LaBelle Sunday 'afternoon for a : J. J. Graham.A .

swim in the pool and a picnic sup- :1 large number of parents and I

per. friends of the school attended and ; I ; FrA

----' I the entire group of teachers was
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs and I I present. f 6 a. '

Mrs. 11.V.. Bigg returned 1t

day from Tampa where they satnr-I MRS. If.. POST ENTERTAINS

ed to ,take Mrs. Annie Moran FOR MRS. HOWARD LEONARD .r

boarded a train there for her home

in Milledgeville, Georgia. Mrs. 1\10-1 I Mrs. Howard Leonard, formerly

ran spent several weeks in Clew-I of Lakeland, was the guest of Honor -

iston visiting her son, Jay W. I at a surprise linen' shower giv-
ran, and friends. I en for her at the home of Mrs.

Hubert Post on Thursday afternoon.Mrs. .
Mr. and Mrs. :F. Wright! and Leonard moved to Clewiston

';, daughter Nancy, returned Wed- last month following her marriageto
< nesday from a vacation trip. They Mr. Leonard.

visited relatives in Illinois and in Bunco was played during the afternoon -

New Orleans ,during their absence. Jiigh prize being won by

.; Francis Wright, who accompanied Mrs. Floyd Hanna and low...by Mrs.

'. them north, remained in Urbana, Leonard. Tne honoree was pre-

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HJ IARTS Wise and-A OtherwiseA I,

people are good for t

nothing. Others, alas, get noth- .

ing out of being good. i i

ons Easy street is a sleepy street.It I

takes a man who's a

- straight shooter to make a hit ( 1

with the misses. ,
I (

H.J 1IERITAGt] Scientists was never say that round-shoul-prehistoricman 'II

dered. He had no taxes to ;
; Joseph McCord WNU Service. carry.

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CHAPTER XI-Continued I have the man for you. He's open seriously of turning somebody out CHAPTER XII number before giving her a

-12- for a position this spring.." on a still hunt. And somebody who ring.A.
its "Good. Who is he?" has for not I woman always thinks she
While Old White still clanged a reputation talking. Some three days later, Pinckney
last call to worship, Pinckney Mul- "One of our last year's class. He's think I would prefer a man who Mulgrew was interrupted during the is better than other women. A

grew emerged from the front door been here this semester helping me doesn't know the territory and who washing of his luncheon dishes by man hopes he's no- worse than

of the parsonage. He wore a out with some of Lingham's classes. !, isn't known there. The doctor here an insistent ringing of the parson-I other men.Color .

checked suit, neatly pressed. His Done very well, too. He's going to thinks you might fill the bill. Would age doorbell. Muttering dark I

shoes were polished to a faultless make an A-l man for some con- you care to consider it?" threats, in case the caller provedto

brilliancy. A derby hat, pulled well cern." "I'd be glad to." be a book agent, the house man and EconomyIn

over the damaged ear, bestowed a "Sounds good to me. Mind if I "Then I think you and I had bet- wriggled into his jacket and pat-

final touch of smartness. give him the once-over?" ter talk it over a little more. If you tered to answer the summons. This Jiffy Afghan
"I wish you would. I imagine he are not busy after dinner
Placidly unmindful of curious drop over Dale, stood before him, suitcasein
stares, Pink sauntered into the is out in the laboratory now. Spends to my hotel. You'll find me at the hand and smiling broadly.
most of his time there. If Hawkeye. About nine .1'1.u r"z
spare say. "
church.If "For the love of Mike! Pink lr
Jonathan Farwell never, had you'll wait a minute, I'll see." "I'll be glad to, Mr. Kelsey. And shrilled unbelievingly. Kid !
Payne quitted the office and thank much."
returned you very "
urged Pinckney Mulgrew to.sub. Where'd you blow from?
almost at. once with a tall "What do think of him
scribe to his own religious beliefsor you "Phillie and points west," the ,
at his heels. Wade r rlt
man ?
young Payne inquired as the door
their outward practice, he was traveler laughed, 'seizing the little A
"Farwell, I want you to meet a closed behind Dale.
none the less touched by this sudden man's hand with a crushing grip.
Sab- good friend of mine. This is Mr. "He might be the chap I'm look- "
departure from an unvarying "Is father here? at _
Wade Kelsey of Minneapolis. ing for," Kelsey mused, still star- ) :
bath routine. So much so that his "Sure. Sure. He's upstairs. Gota
Dale started at the, name. Kel- ing at the door. "John, do you
dark eyes betrayed a quick flickerof funeral or somethin' on. You'd'a'
sey. So this was the engineer his know his background?"
greeting when they encounteredPink's missed him in a minute. Didn't ,
chief had mentioned. Then aloud "I can't
say that I do. His father "
furtive get throwed out, did ?
gaze. you
he said: is a minister, I believe. Lives
Distinctly abashed by the unex- "Not a chance." Dale already was
"I am glad to meet you, Mr. somewhere I in the East.
pected tribute Mulgrew devoted bounding the stairs. "Tell
up you
Kelsey. "How much should I offer him?
himself estimate of later he called back his
to a cursory over !
"What was the name again? "I shall be rather surprised if
the day's "gate." His eyes roved Kelsey's dark brows knitted slightly he doesn't leave that to you." shoulder.
farther afield than he was aware. Jonathan Farwell had heard the

They were attracted to a red hat, voices and was in the, upper hall,

held for an instant. one of his arms thrust into the

A nod and a bright smile were sleeve of his long black coat. +

his reward. "Dale! This is a surprise!" His At

That, Brown dame. And planted hand came out. "I trust nothingis +, ';-4 tlr

where he would have to pass her wrong." .

on the way out. The Brady girl "No, sir! Everything's as rightas

was sure to be somewhere here in can be, Father. I was going to

the crowd. The two of them were I'I a' wire you, then I thought I'd sur-

swapping letters right along, no prise you instead. I've got a job!"

doubt. he announced exultantly. Pattern 6040.

"You mean that. you have left
A jiffy crochet with large hook
the ?
Quite to his surprise, Dale found
and Germantown wool-it takes
"Oh But I have to
that a letter to Lee was a necessary no. reportas
about half the wool needed for a
soon school's and I
part of each day's, program. They as over
were filled with brief accounts of won't have ,a chance to get back regular afghan! And a lovely

work, his plans for the future,. high here. So I thought I would run fluffy afghan you'll have. Pattern
6040 contains directions for mak-
hopes. out for a few days and tell you.
ing afghan illustration of it and
Soon after his labors were started, "That is news. Where are you ;
Dale was moved to forward, encour- going?" Farwell glanced at his of stitches; materials required;
color schemes.To .
aging word to Lee about "our job." watch.
Doctor Payne would be glad to put \ s f f FyaF "Hudson Bay-or not far from obtain this pattern, send 15
i/ there. Pink said something about cents in stamps or coins (coins
in a"word with softie of his mining
i preferred) to The' Sewing Circle, _
clients when the time came. There /A41 your going out.
he had "Yes. I have a funeral this after- Household Arts Dept., 259 W. 14th
was one man particularlyin t.
mind. The Kimseyor noon. I am afraid I must leave Street, New York, N. Y.
name was .
r now." Please write your name, ad-
Kelsey. Some sort of an expora-
tion engineer who worked all over "Who's dead? Anybody 1 know?" dress and pattern number plainly.
"Miss Emmons. The burial is to
the country. It sounded rather en- T
couraging. % take place in the country and I will
be away most of the afternoon. Per-
his father
Dale's dutiful reports to (
haps you will go with me.
and an occasional free-and-easy
scribble to Pink might have come I Dale's face fell. His father must

from different pens. The first were L I know that he had to see Lee the first

slightly formal. They dealt with "You see, I've never had a real job," Dale explained minute he could."I .
don't believe I can manageit '/' make BY MAIL-th
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courses and faculty associates, ex- modestly, to Kelsey when the subject came up. "- ''- ) -'World's' No.l FIT-RITE
he "You
penses and general university activ- began hesitatingly. 60 *"J--AX-Dcntal Plates for men and women
as he withdrew his hand from the This surmise of Payne proved see ." DAYS' -Thousands*rom impressions of leased taken patrons in year MONEY-home.
ities.When 4- "Quite Farwell answered short- GUARANTEE YOU'LL BE
writing to Mulgrew, Dale younger man's firm clasp and resumed correct. TRIAL SATISFIED.Monthly payments possible.
his seat. "You see, I've never had a real ly. "Perhaps you will arrange to FREE month-forms easy directions and catalog'
dwelt athletics and the new TODAYI Pres. of
upon WRITE MB C. T. Johnton
"Farwell sir." job Dale explained modestly to be here for dinner with me.
field house with its big swimmingpool. UNITED STATES DENTAL COMPANY
"Why, of course I will, Father. 1555 Milwaukoo Avo.,Chicago,III.
He was keeping in shape by "Oh, yes Kelsey when the subject came up Dapt.9W1
boxing twice a week. "Thanks to "Sit down there, Dale." Payne during their talk at the hotel. "If I'm" anxious to tell you. all aboutit.

of indicated a vacant chair. "Mr. Kel- you think I can handle the work, The Devil Leads
accuse me a
you, pro-
I'd much rather let yoU'decide whatit Dale followed his father down to
fessional." sey has been talking with me about When rogues go in procession
mineral in northern is worth. Whatever it is, I'll try the door feeling a trifle conscious-
some prospects
the devil carries the cross.
Pink prized these missives highly
Ontario. He is considering sendinga to earn it. stricken at this turn of events. Too

and made shift to answer each one. man up there to make a report.I "And I think I'll take the chance," bad.' But to spend the afternoon at

Kelsey decided swiftly. "We can a funeral-Lee didn't even know he
that like to
you might
Doctor John Payne, geologist, was discuss it with him-if you haven't thrash out the details when the time was in town. He must call her at Don't aggravate

entertaining a visitor in his small anything else,'in mind for the sum- comes. There are a few things, once and arrange to see her.

office in a corner of'the university'sHall I mer." however, we'd better go into. I "Can you stick around here long Gas BloatingU

of Science. "Indeed I would!" suppose you don't want to leave enough to let a guy in on the ex-

Payne's heavy body relaxed in here until your work is finished." citement?". Pink demanded from your GAS BLOATING la caused by
his swivel chair as he passed his "Oh, yes. Kelsey came out of "I would rather not." the rear of the hall, as soon as he .constipation don't expect to get the relief you
his reverie with'a is seek doctoring stomach. What
"Here by just your
fingers caressingly over his pointed "When will that be?" heard the receiver click in its bracket. you need is the DOUBLE ACTION of
white beard. The nearby window the section I've" been talking aboutto "About. the first week in June, 1 Adlerika. This 35-year-old remedy is BOTH
and cathartic. Carminativesthat
the carminative
doctor. shifted
stood wide admitting the soft April Kelsey a think." "Sure! I'm not going out for an warm and soothe the stomach and expel
large map so that Dale might observe GAS. Cathartics that act quickly and gently,
air. "We ought to make, it earlier. hour. You don't happen "to have a
it clearing the bowels of wastes that may have
"It all sounds very interesting, more easily.In However, let's figure on that. You slab of cake that I could worry with caused GAS BLOATING, headaches, indi-

Wade," Payne remarked. "I only terse sentences he explainedthat should plan to come direct to Minne- before I clean up, do you?" gestion months., sour Adlerika stomach does and not nerve gripe--t:pressure not for

wish I were a little younger and he and several associates were apolis to see me. Start from there. "Cake? How do you get that way? habit forming. Adlenka nets on the stomach

had some spare time. I'd like noth- interested in a group of claims. Just where do you live?" A cake lasts two weeks instead of and BOTH bowels. It relieves STOMACHGAS
almost at once, often removes bowel
ing better than to spend a few Kelsey and two of the others had "In New Jersey. Locust Hill." two days when you're'' gone. I'll wastes in less than two hours. Adlenka hoi
made a trip into the country'shortly'before been recommended by many doctors for 35
rassle one together this afternoon
months up there. "Then you'll have to come 7eara. Get tho genuine Adlenka today.
"Why don't you?" the snow fell. .straight up, I think. We'll outfit if I haven't forgot how. How'd a Sold at all drug; stores
The "We were coming out along the you and all that. You'll go in by piece of rhubarb pie hit you?"
man on the other side of the
Missinaibi "
shed-about here. WhileI
of Fort William and lose "Try me.
table asked way very
the question with
quick I was cruising a bit on my own,", little time. Can you do that?" "There you are," the chef an-

takable incisiveness.air of There affluence was about an unmis-him. i the engineer continued, "I pickedup "Yes, sir." Dale made the decision nounced, as he produced a plate PILm RIt.LimrCGUliJ : :
some pieces of float that inter- bearing wedge of
with equal promptness."I a generous pas-
One of the
fingers tapping restlesslyon ested me. They didn't come from thought you might have to go try. "Tell me what it's all about ANTmltO,
chair banded
arm was witha that I could locate. "
outcropping "
any home first, Kelsey said. while you're wolfing.
curious scarab ring. But I would give a good deal to "Not necessarily. I will try to "I've got a job Pink." In 24 Hours or Money Refunded
Payne shook his bald head good- know exactly where they did come "Yeah? Not around here I t
make a flying trip before that. Wear Thousands of users have found this new,
naturedly and smiled. from. Doctor Payne has just veri- almost to the Eastern holidayand hope." easy to use preparation works almost like

"Outings" like that are for young fied one of my guesses. What do I think Doctor Payne will let "No. It's up in Canada. I'm go- magic SPECIAL-Clip after having this suffered ad and for print years.your
bloods. "
you think; of this? me. have a few days extra." ing there as soon as school's over. name plainly on sheet of paper and tend
"Maybe so, John. But I believe Kelsey took a fragment of quartz "Are both your parents living?" And that's some swell pie." together with $1.00 in Cash,P.O.Money
Order, Check or Stamps to Jetta's Pile
more than ever, after talking today, from his vest pocket and laid it "Shucks! that
on "No, sir. Only my father. Hope job's a long Relief. Box 1254 Wilmington.Del.,with-
that this is worth looking into. the map. Dale examined it closely "Too bad. When did you lose ways off and tough goin'." in ten days will and be a regular sent $2.50 by return complete mail.

Spending some money on with the aid of a glass that lay near your mother?" "Why so?" Don't treatment delay another minute you If you are

Here's what I have in mind. I'd his hand. "When I was a baby. About two." 'Cause it might knock some of not delighted and amazed at results in

like to run across a live man who "My guess would be that it isn't Dale hesitated a little over his an- the foolishness outa you. Wild coun- 24 hours your money will be refunded.

can find his way around and work metallic sulphide." swer. try, maybe?"

out an accurate survey. I don't Kelsey sent a quick glance at "Well, Farwell Your nameis "So they tell me. All woods. In-

want an expert. They usually know Payne. Dale, isn't it? We'll call it more dian guides, and that sort of thing.
too much at the start. Instead of "You've taught him to be cagy, or less settled, I think. I'll see you I'll be going in a canoe a lot of

paying a hundred or so a day to I see. You're right, young man. in Minneapolis, if not sooner. You'll times, making portages and camp-

some fellow for a lot of stuff culled That's no pyrites you're looking at. probably be hearing from me. ing wherever I can." N

out of monographs, I'd rather pay It's the real thing. If you can show Payne has my address. He might (TO BE CONTINUED) Be GOOD H

half the money to a kid who can me where it came from originally, even give me a recommendation."

keep his eyes open and his mouth it will do me a lot of good. You, Dale laughed at the idea. Guatemala's Monetary Unit 1 to be ti

shut. Dependable, you know. If I too." "I wish I could tell you how muchI The quetzal is Guatemala's mon- ConsistentlyAdvertisedBUY

decide to do it, I'll be gamblingwith "You mean, sir, that you are going appreciate this, Mr. Kelsey." etary unit. It is named for the H

my own money." to try and locate the outcrop- "That's all right. I wouldn't be long-tailed native bird which is
"I see. Payne nodded thoughtfully ping if there is one?" surprised if you and I might hit it the national symbol of freedom because .l

"Well Wade, I rather think "I am not.. But I'm thinking very off pretty well. We'll see." it dies in captivity;:





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r: : I L ARMIES II II'I I! NAVIES n II I r PLANES I F Fi :I Some It\work gold artists they For v&&At\\merely Fairly{ roll.

Already Accomplished Out :I t.n\ poor; the.
1 Any man can make a speech, i t'e 9o i.s.-

i' but a speech is seldom the making SS..A..r'. Y 4 fi:,\4. .d.J....7.,.,v. I TY\v..st expressW
( .. \
.. of him x.f n }% n)C Jr s qt. y c.J
"tr\y .
', Every married woman gives Rrcnt: : o..j
$ H9y"
her husband credit for possessinggood / :sA'q'rY vrJrrJh Y

judgment at least once in /\$ .

his life. nq,. / ; / '/r// / J .

The rich man is thankful if he .o w ayJ / /! Nd .
has digestion and the r
:, a good poor r
man is thankful if he has something ,
i Y4i M tlyf0r
good to digest.

>- The less fighting a man does the
I more he is going to boast of his -- WNU Service.

in after '
prowess years.She's

a Lady 'I Regular Army 1,600,000 7,000
Reserves . 18,000,000 Tonnage: 1,758,478
If a man fails to open the door (Including 20 Battleships) GERMANY CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
: when Fortune knocks, she doesn't 19,600,000
: break down the door with a bat ITALY 6,500

! tering ram.Business Regular Army 658,000Air UNITED STATES GREAT BRITAIN

: is business but the Force . 50,000
business of others is no business Reserves . 6,300,000(( Tonnage: 1,407,945 5,000
of..yours.f (Including 17 Battleships)
deal in
There may be a good a
f: name when it is located in the FRANCE 5,000
JAPAN farm for sale, good houses, good
( southeast, section of a check. Regular Army 658,000Air land, good community, churches, schools.
'' UNITED STATES Wood, water. Ivy Wright Rockmart, Ga.
Force . 50,000
: Left in Midair Tonnage:
( 3,850
Reserves 5,500,000
An unsuccessful marriage (Including 10 Battleships)
I( posal resembles an expected 6,208,000 FRANCE Here's an Answer to

::- sneeze that failed to materialize. GERMANY FRANCE 3,400 School Hat ProblemBy
People who strike in the dark Regular Army 900,000

may mean well, but they seldom (Including Air Force) JAPAN
h) hit the right spot. Reserves . 300,000 Tonnage: 699,342 3,000 RUTH WYETH SPEARS
It's well enough to begin at the Nazi Units .- . 2,400,000 (Including 9 Battleships) M. S. writes: "I followed the
top- of the ladder and go down incase 0 3,600,000 directions in Book 2 for a fabric
tr of fire.Malaria. offered by Haile Selassie's forces. hat and it'was so satisfactory that
GREAT BRITAIN And in China the Japs have met I wonder if you could tell me how
Regular Army . 292,000Air ITALY with similar resistance. Shanghaiwas to use a piece of woolen material

KILL Force . 75,000 668,668 not captured overnight by a that I have to make a hat for my
Can Tonnage:
Reserves . 550,000 J terrific bombing attack; the cam- little girl who is just starting to
Don't' get the idea that Malariais 917,000 (Including 8 Battleships) paign lasted closer to five months. school?"

not important. In 1936, for in- The most striking example of Here is a cunning hat that is
). stance, 3,700 people died from UNITED STATES GERMANY modern warfare is in Spain, where easy to make. Two pieces oi
. 177,000
Regular Army
Malaria in 12 Southern states
our two powerful forces are fighting goods are required-one for the I
( Air Force)
alone! Including their battles along''tactics similarto hat and one for the lining. They
Wintersmith's is a doctor's com- National Guard ., 195,000 Tonnage: 438,364
those used in the World Ma- either match or contrast.
pound for Malaria. It contains Reserves . -. 100,000 (Including 10 Battleships) war. may
r world-famous medicines for treating drid was bombed hundreds of times Each piece should be 1-inch longer
the disease-known by every' 472,000 and still found itself able to hold than the measurement around the

doctor, and prescribed in millions out against Generalissimo Franco's largest part of the child's head.
i of cases every year! Despite the fearsome thunderings of Adolf Hitler and Benito rebel troops. The depth of the pieces should be"D'

f Your druggist has Wintersmith'sor Mussolini, a paradox of war-mad Europe is that the foes of Thus, militarists of 1938 are of the
he will gladly it for
-See him TODAY, and ask for Germany and Italy have far superior military equipment. opinion that warfare has not

x Wintersmith's-the Tonic that yours Though Rome and Berlin may shout: and boast, a cold anal- changed much'in the past 20 years.

s. parents and your grandparents ysis of comparative strength shows that the inevitable "allies"can As in the World war, the doughboyis
vital in land
took to relieve Malaria-the Tonic the most factor con-
f( PROVEN by 70 years' use. eventually defeat them in a war which might last as longas flict. A similar comparison can be

two years. made on the sea, where the battle-

r Worthy Spark This fact has long gone unnoticed. It 'was"not brought out ship is still the backbone' the -

.. Our humanity were a poor thing until a few weeks ago when Germany opened her autumn fleet developed despite in mighty recent naval planes t

were it not for the divinity which maneuvers and began looking with hostile eyes at little Czechoslovakia years.

stirs within us.Bacon.How whose Sudeten German minority has allegedly been

discriminated against. E QB..H

Women Though Czechoslovakia herself is weak, though even Great ::F_ _.... .
Britain has. a surprisingly small armed force, the mighty powerof "u u

:! in Their 40's Russia and France is something -n half their length. The diagram at

to be reckoned with. Russia at the present time is about the the upper right of this sketch

Can Attract MenHere's cannot afford to throw her same. shows how to make a paper pat.

good advice for a woman during het entire weight against a European In air strength, the "allies" have tern for the hat. Cut a square
change (usually from 38 to 52), who fears foe; because the threat of 15,400 planes, while Germany and '. piece of paper J,-inch wider and
she'll lose her appeal to men, who worries Italy together have 11,500.A deeper than half the head meas-
of dizzy spells,
about hot flashes loss pep Japan necessitates maintenance -
upset nerves and moody spells.Get urement. Mark point A on the
more fresh air,8 hrs.sleep and if you of a good-sized force in Week f or a Year.It Rh. c lO right edge half way between the

need. Pinkham a good general s Vegetable system Compound tonic take,LydiaE. made the Far East. But the Soviet is interesting, though admittedly -, 7 OHF top and bottom as shown. Points
especially for women. It helps Nature build horrifying, to contemplate how B and C are marked at the center
machine is wonderof
up physical resistance,thus helps give more military a
vivacity to enjoy life and assist calming long a general European conflict top and bottom of the paper. The
jittery nerves and disturbing symptoms that the modern world.In could continue. Several years ago a t yPnSe dotted lines are guide lines to help
often WORTH accompany TRYING change! 'of life. WELL I her weakened condition the Italian general staff made the shape the curved lines between A

from the Chinese conflict, rash prediction that the next war and B and C and D. Point D is

Japan cannot be consideredan would be finished within a week. dds, the center front of the top of the
Unattained This belief was based on the rising ., i hat pattern and is placed on a
Success is'counted sweetest by important factor in any importance of fast planes, gas, long- fCF fold of the goods in cutting eachof
those who ne'er succeed.-Emil I current European war. The distance guns and other fiendish the two layers. The diagonalline

Dickinson. above figures on comparative mili- implements of Mars. from A to C is the center back

tary ,strength furnished by the But the theory has not been borne seam line.

United States army and navy de out in the three ,conflicts the world Stitch the back seam of both hat

partments-do not even list Japan's has seen these past five years. It- and lining and press it open as at
D URBLACK LEAF 40e'0 land forces for this reason. Tokyo's aly's campaign to capture Ethiopia : E. Now, place the two pieces
only power lies in whatever "nui- lasted an amazingly long time, con- right sides together and stitch as
Keeps Dogs Away from sance' value"' she might provide in sidering the crude type of opposition + pS at F. Turn right side out, baste
Get EyergreensShrubsetcSfrom Siberia to help her Fascist allies, along turned edge and stitch as at
13MUs.Teaspoonful Germany and Italy. H and
your Gallon of Spray. y- G. Gather the top as
Dealer x rr U. S. RIGHT-How France and Ger- ribbon stitched
by Comparison. l finish with a or a
many face each other with their
fabric feather.
bow and a
Figures on military ,
,- amazing Maginot and Siegfriedlines. r
Find by Seeking power are provided only for comparative BELOW-Czech soldiers, 4 NOTE: Use 'what you have on
Nothing so'difficult but that it purposes. Though the small in number but great in bravery hand to make things of real value.

can be found out by seeking.- United States has abandoned her stand ready to defend their nation You can save by doing-instead of
Terence. policy of complete isolation, her against German aggression. doing without. Mrs. Spears
Neutrality position is stronger thanit planned Book 2-Gifts, Noveltiesand
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I group in a couple, of Klwa&is songs Leonard in Palm Beach. The resultof Commission expires Oct. providing for their government. 'Jurisdiction .
Rains Bring OptimismTo and or altering or
and President Wl, W. Perry tapped their Interview with the headof 8, 1941.IS amending the same, be passed, unless

the to end the meeting. A the schools has not been re- notice of intention to apply therefor
Farmers In AreaThe I gong shall have been published in the man-
large part : of the group remained ported. ner provided by law where the matteror

for some time to visit together in Among those attending the: con YOUR SUBSCRIPTON PAID? thing to be affected may be situated -
which notice shall be published
first general rain in some I the dining room and lobby and ference here were: Mr. Stovall and JNOTICE In the manner provided by law at

time fell Tuesday in Clewiston and a group of men enjoyed singing Mr. Burghart, C. D. Kettrldge, headof least the thirty Legislature day prior of to any introductionInto such bill.

was recorded( as 1.92 inches by the { old-time favorites to the piano ac- the Port Everglades precoolingplant TO CREDITORS The evidence that such notice has been

United States Sugar Company.: The i companiment of Miss Eleanor Cur-: a Mr. Ward, chairman of the In 'Court of County Judge, Hcndry published Legislature shall before be such established bill shall in the bo

rain amounted to .93 inches in the jrier i of Belle Glade. o'I board of the United Fruit Dispatchand County, Florida JURISDICTIONYou passed, and such evidence shall bo r.

Bear Beach area with an average I I Those attending were Mr. and Senator Durham of Fort Lau- PROBATE and Leach; of you ,arc hereby filed office or of preserved the Secretary with the of bill State in the In -

fall of 1.08 inches in the western Mrs. V. C. Denton and John l\I. derdale, the president and secretary notified and claims required'and demands to present" 'which any such manner as the Legislature shall

division of the sugar company's i Gledhill, of Pahokee; Mr. and Mrs. of the Hollywood Chamber of accounts you or either of you may have provide, and the fact that such notice
established in the Legislatureshall
properties. Crops badly in need of i JC. A. Bailey, Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Commerce, two other Hollywood against Deceased the, late estate of said of Christine County,Crouch to the I was' In every case be recited upon the

rain were much refreshed and Buck, Mr. and 111'5.V1, P. Hill, representatives, J. F. Scullin, Honorable W. T. Maddox. County Journals of the Senate and of the

optimistic over the Mr. and Mrs. Luther W. Jones, Mr. president of theBelle Glade Judge of Hendry County Florida, at House of Representatives; PROVIDED of -
farmers were I his office in the Court House in however no publication any
chances for a good fall crop. and Mrs. R. M. Bowman, Mr. and Chamber of Commerce, Herbert the City of LaBelle Florida_ within such law shall be required hereunder

The rain started as a downpour: Mrs. John Harris, Mr. and Mrs. R. Beck:, representative-elect of Palm I eight of the calendar'first publication months from of the this,, date notice when the such effect law that contains the same a shall provisionto not

about noon and continued until Y. Creech, Mr. and :Mrs.! W. B. Beach county of Belle Glade, II. A. i Each claim or demand mustbe become operative or effective until

and Mrs. J. O. Dar- Bestor F. Deane Duff E. E. Kel- In writing and must ,state the ratified or approved at a referendum
Mr.- ,
late in the afternoon. place of residence and post office election to be called and held in the

Cane crops, even those which den, Miss Eleanor Currier; W, L. ly: C. V. Parkinson, F. L. Williamson address of the claimant and must territory affected accordance witha

will be harvested next month are Lord, G. L. Price, Arthur Wells and C. L. Downs and J. E. agent be sworn or his to attorney by the, claimant or the same his bill provision, or provided therefor by contained general law.in such

expected to be improved by the one couple who failed to sign their Beardsley of Clewis ton. will not be allowed and paid and I
will become void according: to law.
rain after one of the dryest grow- names to the attendance slips, from Dated this the 23 day of September A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan

histbry of the Glade Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. A. D., 1938. Amendment to Section 2 of Article
ing seasons in the Belle ; '
I Betzner & CARL, H. BERNER IX of the Constitution of Florida Relating
sugar development. Flanders, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Couse, Shelley Administrator of the Estateof to Taxation and Finance by ,
Rains yesterday and today were Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Stalls, Dr. and Christine Crouch Deceased Adding Thereto a Requirement That {:: ;':.,-
No. 156-Sept. 23. 30. Oct. 7, 14, 21. the Legislature Shall Provide for : y
not received thankfully by growerson I Mrs. D. M. Draughn, Mr. and Mrs. Raising Revenue__ to. Defray State Ap .\.-:':_

the east side of the lake in the H. S. Gove, .jr., Mr. and Mrs. J. (Continued from page one) propriations Made for of the Public Benefit Free or ",',, ,
the Uniform System : ... ,
Pahokee area. Rainfall there is W. Adkins, Mr. and ,Mrs. Carr Set- He found his hands plenty full NOTICE TO CREDITORS Schools, and of the State Institutions '. ,;' ,:,= "

said to have been considerably tle and Rev. E. Davis Conway of with his diminutive townsman,' who of Higher Learning as a Part of the "- ."
expenses of the :tate!! on an Equal-
greater than on this side of the Moore Haven; hits them a mile off the tee. Dur- In Court of County Judge, Hendry ity Therewith. .

lake and a downpour yesterday afternoon -I' Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mr. ranee took the lead on the first County PROBATE, 1'Morldn.JURISDICTIONYou BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- .
hole and after gaining a 4 up leadon LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLOR-
is said to have inundated and Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. ,I and eacn or you are hcreb'ynotified IDA: That the following amendmentof
of which the first five holes was never and required to present any 2 of Article IX of the Con-
many bean fields, many A. Sias, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Section -
accounts, claims and demands which
headed until defeated. They faced stitution of Florida relating to tax-
had already: been planted. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Alston, I you or either ,of ,you may have ation and finance be and the same is '
the 18th hole with Durrance 1 up against the estate of Milton H.
Prof. hereby agreed to and shall be submitted -t" ,
:A. W. Lawrence
Mr. and Mrs. ,
Crouch Deceased late of said County,
and the little fellow hit very closeto to the qualified electors of the ,
Stewart Names 164- and Mrs. B. E. Herring, Dr. and to the Honorable W. T Maddox; County State of Florida for ratification or ', t,
300 yards. However his County
pitchingiron Judge of Hendry Florida, "
the next general
rejection at ensuing :
Mrs F. C. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs.S. "
at his office in the CourtHouse In '
failed him at this point and "election to be held In November 1938. ",',:
L. Crochet and Miss Lydia Crochet the City of LaBelle Florida within I That is to say that Section 2 of Article .- : ;
Shelley went on to win both the eight calendar months from date ..
IX of the Constitution of Florida be ; ( ;
from 1) Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bishop, of the first publication of this no- .
( page i '. .,
18th, the 19th and the match. Dur- and the same Is hereby amended so ;" .> >
: Each claim demand must
tice. be
the north side Mr. and Mrs.! J. E. Beardsley, Mr. I' follows '
den's station or on ranee however, served notice on in writing and must statethe placeof as to read as : "f-

of the river to. Main's corner to and Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mr. and : residence and post office addressof "Section 2. The Legislature shall :'. .;', .,-
everyone that he will furnish plenty the claimant and'must'be swornto provide for raising revenue to defray ..:
intersect with the Federal route, Mrs. J. D. Bruce, jr., Mr. and Mrs. ; of tough competition In Everglades by the claimant his agent or his the expenses of the State including .sji;'

it would give the people in theseveral F. Deane Duff, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. attorney, or the same will not be state appropriations for the benefitof ',7K"',' ;:-
tournament play this winter as he the uniform of public free '
allowed and paid and will become system 'I'--: '; :
towns south of LaBelle a Tippey, Dr. and Mrs. O. F. Schif- is voidaccording to law. schools provided in accordance with '::', ,.;;"

direct connection with the federal fli, Mr.! and Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mr. just taking up the game again Dated this the' 23 day of SeptemberA. Article XII of the Constitution, and r>. yf;! "-';'7"-
aftera long layoff. D., 1038. of the State Institutions of Higher .
highway. Several of those in at- and Mrs. W. W. Perry, Dr., and Results CAR II. BERNER. Learning, for each fiscal year, and also 0 .i" ';,!
Championship Flight: ,
tendance at the meeting expressed Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Mr. and Mrs.A. Administrator of the Estateof a sufficent sum to pay the principle ; <-:,;:'-:
Lou Betzner beat W.: C. Prewitt Milton H. Crouch Deceased. and interest of the existing indebtedness :.: _,
their approval of the route as a O. Ward, Mr., and Mrs.: J. H. 6 and 5.Emmett. No. 155-Sept. 23, 30, Oct. 7, 14, 2l.NO'l'IC of the State." .:::'-'l.-.

Mrs. Grace G. Woltz Mrs.Wm. ''': i''i
portion of a central Florida primary Doty, :
Shelley beat Doy Dur-
system. L. Brown, jr., Misses Marion A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing :>.
rance 1 up 19 holes. OF' ELECTION an Amendment to Article XIV of the ,,':. ",,,: : -
"Markette and I. ,
Representative John Burks of Leydig and Mary Second w Constitution of Florida Relating to : .: '
I Flight:
Pasco county chairman of the leg- M. Pafford and Otto Larsen of CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS the State Militia by Adding Thereto :i.' r',' ,

islative committee was in chargeof Clewiston and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Keathley Bowden beat Dick Bowman WHEREAS the legislature of 1937: : an plicable Additional to the Section Specially ap- +, '.\'" :,;.:,-
Federally Recognized :.
by default. under the Constitution of 1885 of the
Johnwick of South Troops Known the Florida National ; ,-
Bay. as -
the meeting which was attended :< -
State of Florida, did four Joint
/ (Mrs.. F. D. Duff beat Dave Als- pass Guard. '...,:,
some fifty delegates from Resolutions proposing amendments to
byx J ton 5 and 3. the Constitution of the State of Florida BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- : ,:;;:'
all of the counties in the senatorial LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA ,
Mainland and the same were agreed to bya ,
Sugar- E. E. Kelly beat. C. V Parkinson -
district. vote of three fifths of all the members : That the following amendment -;:,-,:"
2 up.Third elected to each house: that the to Article XIV of the Constitution of j.i : ::.>
votes on said Joint Resolutions were Florida relating to the State Militiaby '::' ..:
Flight: entered upon their respective Journals, adding thereto an additional SECtion ,," ,'!
Red Cross Issues-, (Continued from page one) H. C. VanLandingham beat Dr. with- the yeas and nays thereon, and to be known as Section 5 of said '_',. ;.;

claimed they did determine and direct that Article XIV specially applicable to .- ._ _." .
The quota they includesa S. J. Simmons 1
up. .' ',
., I the said Joint Resolutions be submitted the federally recognized State troops ,' :
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reserve against freezes or other Fourth Flight: to the electors of the State at the known as the National Guard is here- .... .' ."

(Continued from page 1) contingencies. In determining the Louis VanLandingham beat Con- General Election in November 1938. by agreed to and shall be submitted :
NOW THEREFORE I, H. A. Gray, to the electors of the State of Florida "., -1
Hill R. I. not
was damaged by
proportionate share for 1939 on nie Clark 6 and 4. Secretary of State of the State of for ratification or rejection at tho "",<{/'

the storm and all of his family individual plantations, the AAA New pairings, Championship Florida, do hereby give notice that a next General Election to be held in "i'. '-:
1938 as follows: ':--
escaped without injury having just said that would consider GENERAL ELECTION '. : )
they past Flight: "Section 5. FLORIDA NATIONAL .l '
left their home for New York will be held in each county in Floridaon -
City production of the farm and abilityto Lou Betzner vs Emmett Shelley. next the first GUARD.-(a) Whenever there shall li"-
Tuesday succeeding
be in theState of Florida ;, :'
shortly before the storm struck. In a federally
and would the Monday in November A. D. the
produce protect Second Flight: 1938 recognized National Guard the same ;, '.-
Westerly' an adjacent town, how- interest of new and small producers, Keathley Bowden vs Mrs F. D. said Tuesday being the shall be sui generis and subject to "'

ever, 19 persons were killed and tenants and share EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBERfor the lawful orders of the Governor .
croppers. Duff. "
who shall be Commander Chief.
the ratification or rejection of the in
Mr. notified friends
Bitting here Cane sugar production, it is said, E. E. Kelly vs Bill Owen, jr. said Joint Resolutions proposing (b) -The National Guard shall be supported ,

that he had lost a number of close has increased tremendously in Third amendments to the Constitution of the I and maintained by the State /. '
friends in the storm. I Flight: State of Florida, viz: of Florida pursuant to provisions of ""?::6.
mainland producing areas since varieties H. C. VanLandingham vs, (Win- A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingthe law prescribed for organizing, arming,
Red Cross officials ask residents Amendment of Section 7 of ArticleX governing and discipling said National -
of which
cane were produced ner Ed Ward-W. C. Owen.)
Guard in accordance with the Acts of
of the Clewiston of the Constitution Relating to the
area to remember
resist the Mosaic disease. A total of I Fourth Flight: Exemption of Homesteads from Tax- Congress and regulations of the Unit-

that had it not been for a change 73,000 acres in 1927 has now increased utie. .; !c ed States War Department thereunto ,' _
Louis VanLandingham vS' H. J. '
pertaining (c) Officers of the feder .
in course of the storm that they ,BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE "
to 325,000 acres for this Stein. ally recognized National Guard, Including '
might be asking, today the same with an from 193337of OF THE STATE OFFLOR- the Adjutant General, shall -
year average IDA: That the following amendmentof
be appointed, and shall be subject to .
help which the New ,
England peo- 270,000 acres. Section 7 of Article X of the Con- .
suspension, discharge, removal or com'f" .
ple are_ asking. Thankfulness for Secretary Wallace has determined Forty Applications stitution to the of the exemption State of of Florida homesteadsfrom relating pulsory retirement as such, solely on ...t];<
the basis of military proficiency, ; =
'char,5' :
escape should make all local taxation, be and the is ;
peo- that a fair and reasonable price same acter and service, as determined according ..car:;
hereby, agreed to and shall be sub- '
ple interested in giving what to '' %: -
they for the 1938 sugar cane crop in mitted to the electors of the Stateat army regulations and usages : (,..
are able to give if no other reason (Continued from one) sanctioned by law anything in this ';.{'}:;i: ':
Louisiana should be $3.50 a ton. age the General Election of Representa- Constitution to the contrary notwith- ',r.j; X='
ativcs in 1938, for approval or rejection -> .
Nothing was said of the Florida than fifty miles in length and includes ; that Js to say, that the said tanding, (d) The qualification of officers ':i .
and soldiers of ,the Federally (':Y'.il; ::
Large AttendanceContinued price. most of the plantation villages Section 7 of Article X of the Con- Recognized National Guard shall be :, ::'. )<
I I stitution be amended so as to read as prescribed In -,= ",
I of the United States Sugar military regulations ;: : .,
follows: promulgated in accordance with the ,:. c,, 3
Corporation in the western division who has the legal title "
Civic Groups> Meet- Every person general specifications of the U. S. 1/-
( from page 1) .., and also the Hooker's Point com or beneficial title in equity to real War Department. :;..'

he pointed out the time property in this State and who resides The votes cast in compliance with '. < :
which had munity. It will run west throughthe thereon and in good faith makes said '. .
proposed amendments and the .t',
been consumed in construction of (Continued from page one) Liberty Point and Benbow villages the same his or her permanent home canvass, declarations and returns 'f':';'.:-

Road 25 and said he believed that to road 67 and thence back or the permanent home of another or thereof, shall be subject to the same ; '"(..;,
others legally naturally dependentupon .'
or -
been advertised by the State. Ro-id regulations and restrictions as are :
had the lake communities unitedin to Clewiston along that road and said person shall be entitled to provided by law for general elections :'..:'. ,"
Department for the additional three
exemption from all taxation exceptfor .
a fight to an in the State of Florida. : ,
push this important road 25. Townsite and Harlem vil- : ;, ,
assessments for special benefits,
miles north of Okeelanta and it ,
highway to completion that it would I I lages will be included and it is up to the assessed valuation of Jive IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I.,,' :<:.':.,..- ,
is estimated that it will require Thousand Dollars on the said home : I have hereunto set my .I >""
have been done many months ago. understood that Bear Beach camp und contiguous real property, as defined hand and affixed the Great ,
He discussed also some eight or nine months to completed Section of I (SEAL) Seal of the State of : ,
the farming sit- is also included. in Article 10, 1, the Flor"r
this section. Two mlfes'f I 'i Constitution, for the 1939 and ida at Tallahassee, the :"
uation in the 'glades and said thatif the new contract will follow a II I The salary of the new carrier will thereafter' laid, title may year be held by ital, this the 30th day of : : ;;:,r-

Everglades farmers were ever be $1800 a :year with an' extra $20 the-entireties, jointly or in common July, A. D., 1938. '...', .
new route but a mile and a half with others, and said exemption may R.: A. GRAY, ',
going to get the full. benefit I I for mile travelled
over thirty Secretary
of State.
will follow the old South Bay-Okee- be apportioned among such of the 'itt.: _
the rich land with which nature miles per year and five cents per owners as shall reside thereon, as their

had endowed them they must workas lanta road along the west spoil mile for gasoline and ,car upkeep. respective interests shall appear, but -- '
bank of the" Hillsborough Canal, no such exemption of more than Five
one to insist on the American Only those having lived within the Thousand Dollars shall be allowed to t
and during the construction of this
market for the American area served by the Clewiston of- anyone person or any one dwelling
producer. mile and a half of road the new house, nor shall the amount of the not [ SAfE >
Following Mr. Duff's talk V. C. fice for the last six months are en- exemption 'allowed any person 'exceed 0114
road on into Fort Lauderdale will ,
Denton was called titled to take the examination.Superintendent the proportionate assessed valuation .
upon to intro- .
be blocked-probably through the based on the interest owned by such [ :
duce the guests present from Canal I 1 I person. The Legislature may prescribe J
greater part of the tourist season.A I appropriate and reasonable laws
Point and Pahokee; John Harris:!! method of providing a detourwas Is- lating the manner of establishing regu-the 'r" ;

introduced the guests from Belle I the problem which faced the !rIght to said exemption.A .

Glade and Carr Settle those present '\ :<" "
delegation and for a solution of '

from Moore Haven. J. E. Beardslev; I which they were asking aid fro:: (Continued from page 1) Amendment JOINT RESOLUTION to Section 21 of Proposing Article '
had come late, was given the civic bodies: around the lake.A reducing the length of your school 3 of the Constitution of the State of ,;.' .;

task of introducing the large term. I to Florida Relating to the Publication of : ;
detour method was proposed: am very pleased' approve
bet num-I Notice of Intention to Pass Local or
present from Clewiston.Mrs. follows To and herewith return of Laws.
as : place a pontoon your copy Special .
formerly Miss
bridge across the canal and carry ,budget. = .
St. Martin, gave two traffic to the east spoil bank which The only ,suggestions we have to : That the following amendmentto but PROFITABLE

beautiful vocal selections with 1\11'/-1. could be leveled down by a grader offer are contained in Mr. Evans'letter Section 21 of Article 3 of the Con-
John H. stitution of the State of Florida as
Doty: as accompanist. The and, made into a presentable of August 23. We greatly appreciate amended at the general election in '
first selection was be and the is hereby Ghere are several 1 safe places for "
"Speak To Me detour. Traffic would then hay+e the cooperation. you ha"eshown 1928 same agreedto
Of Love" and as an and shall submitted for ratifi- your savings..In a safe deposit ,
encore number to another in
cross:: pontoon bridge this undertaking. cation or rejection by the qualified

sang "Song of Songs". back onto the South Bay-Okeolan- Sincerely yours, electors of the State of Florida votingat box, in government bonds, invested ,<
ReForest the general election to be leld in Here etc. The ".
C. Taylor then introduced principal difference :,t
ta road above the Colin English.
: new construc- November, A. D. 1938; that Is to say, is that '
the next entertainer, who tion. This would require a con- 'JEEq that Section 21 of Article 3 of the HERE your savings earn a .ili

he described as a Constitution of the State of Florida generous profit for .. because fJ;
personal 'friend you. .
expenditure and as a solution \ TRUE AND CORRECT_ COPY.S. shall be amended so as to read as

and violinist of considerable renown it was proposed that the A. Graves, follows: they work constantly and profitably,

Mrs. Erwin Johinvick, of Superintendent of Schools' Palm ounty Superintendent of Section 21. In all cases enumeratedin Imply secured by many homes. .
South Bay. Mrs. I the preceding Section, all laws
Johnwick's first Beach county be contacted on the Publics. Instruction. shall be general and of uniform operation -
selections were Toselli's Seren- throughout the State, but in all
basis of getting the cchool children Subscribed and sworn to beforeme
ade and Rehfelt's cases not enumerated or excepted in Clewiston Federal
Spanish Dance out from Okeelanta to South Ilavduring : this/ 27th day of September, A. that Section the Legislature may pass

and upon the crowd's spirited demand -I the school term by bus. This I D. 1938 special or local laws except as now
for an or hereafter otherwise provided in the Savings and LoanAssociation
by encore played! Mazurka. was seized upon as a most practical -I (SEAL) Frank A, Dougherty, Constitution: PROVIDED, that no ,

Welniawski. idea and the delegation left Notary Public, State of local or special bill shall be passed, nor
J. E. Beardsley next shall any local or special law establishing : .
led. the soon after luncheon to contact .Mr Florida at large. My or abolishing: municipalities or : :.

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