The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00703
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 7, 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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R. F. C. Refuses Loan Of" Local Residents Are Net Profit $621,687

Worst Traffic Offenders"The

Five Million To E. D. D. worst offenders among the Shown Last Season By

drivers who are not taking proper
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t precautions near the school build-
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DRAINAGE BOARD TO CONTINUE Moran 'Returns From ing during the hours when child- Sugar CorporationMr.
ren ar"e going to or from'school .
FOR REFUNDING LOAN local residents," declared Dep- I
Trip To HawaiiJay are -
I i uty Sheriff I. S. Bell, who has FORTY CENTS DIVIDENDS PAID
An 'Associated Press dispatch begun a campaign to curb fast and Mrs. Wakefield]
from, 'Washington Wednesday was I '''. Moran, vice-president and driving in the vicinity of the school. : STOCK: .
to the effect that the Reconstruction Speak To Kiwanians
manager of the United States Sugar I Deputy Bell states that the

Finance ,Corporation had re-I Corporation, returned Monday I streets are marked with caution The seventh annual report of
fused, to lend an approximate $ ,, evening from a six week's vacation signs, and the schoolboy patrol ;son Coach Homer Wakefield, athletic the United States Sugar Corporation -
000,000 to the Drainage '
Everglades duty regularly, and still fast has'been
trip to Hawaii during which time released to stockholders '
District for refinancing the coach for the boys' in the local
Tourists and oth-
he made a study of'sugar grow- driving 'persists. and shows, for the fiscal
bonded indebtedness ,of the district." just passing through town almost high school and Mrs. Wakefieldwho
ing conditions in these islan The loan had been approved, by trip ,he described as most enjoy- always 'slow down at ,the is in charge of girls' athleticswere net profit to the corporation of ,

the drainage and levee section of I I II able but added "I'd rather 'grow signs, but local residents aren't speakers at the regular Ki- $621,687.74. Dividends of 40 centsa
the RFC but was rejected by the
my sugar in the Everglades. always so wanis meeting at the Inn Wednes- share on common, stock were paid.
I .." directors. I Although the islands in the Haw- Deputy Bell 'says he will haveno Last year's profit was given as

,- Officials or the RFC refused to I aiian group grow a considerable alternative except to place fast day evening. $871,082.33 with common stock

affirm or deny having rejected the I portion of the world's supply of drivers under arrest. Coach Wakefield, in outlining his dividends of 55 cents. ,Provision is

loan but authoritative sources con- sugar ,cane, Mr. Moran stated that athletic program for the year paid made for federal taxes and prefer-

firmed it and one Florldian in his study convinced him that sug- particular attention to six-man red stock dividends before com-

Washington who 'refused to have ar could be produced in the Ever- LOU BETZNER WINS football which is being inaugurated mon stock dividends are figured.A .
his name mentioned said that theft glades at a much higher rate of net profit on operations dur-

f ;! Everglades' Drainage District board efficiency and less cost than, in here this year. The game, he ing the past season showed $813-

would continue their fight for theloan's the islands. GOLF FINALS FROM'EMMETTJHELLEY stated, was very similar to eleven 931.20, a decrease of approximately -
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,,. approval. The growing' season there is longer man football, and is not' to be $200,000 from the previous year.

Several mouths ago the RFC and three crops can be pro- confused with the game of touch This was caused through added labor -

approved a loan for three and a duced in the Everglades while two expense with three ''shifts em-
football as some have been inclined -
half million for the refunding program are produced in Hawaii. Sugar mills ployed at the sugar house for con-
: but the district bondholders to do. He reported the progressof '
are small and cannot compete in tinuous operation, through a loss
refused to settle for this amount. costs with the larger mainland mills Smiling Lou Betzner, smooth- the local team which meets of more than fifty thousand dollarson

Because of this the plan was worked while transportation and irrigation swinging Belle Glade golfer, pull- Moore Haven next Friday at 4:30 rentals, abandoned equipment,

out for the larger loan which constitute the two ,most costly items. ed ''himself out of the also-ran ranks for the first game of six-man etc., over other income instead of

the bondholder's committee had Mr. Moran states that the rain- Clewiston Golf 'football ever played- the Ever- the $12,000 profit shown in this
last Sunday at the
agreed to accept for approximately fall in the islands varies from ten glades and urged everyone to come column last year, and other reasons.

fifty cents on the dollar.' to 500 inches annually and most ,Club by winning the 36 holes fin- out and see for themselves whatan From the standpoint of production

: J. E. Beardsley, Clewiston member cane growers must rely on irriga- als of the Everglades Merchants' interesting game it can be. He however, the 1937-38 season I

I'' of the drainage board, stated tion to produce their crops. Income Championship. Betzner won over also spoke briefly of plans fora was the most. successful in the

': Wednesday that he ,had not been places in the mountainous Emmett Shelley, Clewiston's bid basketball team following the history of the company. The har-

< officially apprised of the rejec-I' country it is necessary to raise for the title, 2 and 1, in as tight football season and tennis, swim- vest was begun on November 16,

tion of' the loan and refused to water from 1500 to 1800 feet. The a battle as one could desire. ming and baseball in the' spring. a full two weeks earlier than the

make any statement regarding the I' transportation problem is also previous year and ran 138 days I
Both being trial- lOrses of the Mrs. Wakefield also outlined her
effect of the RFC's decision save caused by the mountainous coun- to April 2, six days longer than
for and said thata
i front rank, having at 'numerous plans girls' sports
that the board would certainly continue -
try and the cheapest, method of the previous season. 582,834 tons
for of the times fought their way to finals volley ball team was being organized -
,: to work approval I handling the cane ever devised there, ''the of cane were.-- ground producing
only to lose, the meeting was a Jar the_ girls, season '
': .chance loan as long as there was any has been' the?building of' wooden natural.' Betzner' ,von 'n'qt"-'so'much] to run approximately the same 322.361'"ba-gs.: of sugar each weighing -
of securing approval into which: ) the 'is I I 325 of :06
flumes cane dumped pounds, a tonnage
It at this 'I with a burst of brilliant golf, but length of time as the football sea-
seems probable and carried by down the I cent of 53,246. In the
water. also for per sugar
She is
if the report of the loan's good steady plugging and a putter son. planning a i
mountains to the mills. Trucks total of '
tion is authoritative that the board that worked At no stage of the 'basketball team and a tennis team. previous, season a 529,156tons
I have been used to extent for i of 'cane
some were ground producing
and the bondholders will be placed game was either over 2 up, the Both Mr. and Mrs. Wakefield are i
transporting the cane but has been ; 258,170 bags of sugar.
back in the same position as they affair being a see-saw'' dog fight eligible to give American Red Cross
too epltly to prove popular. I The 96 per cent raw sugar yield
when the negotiations for until the closing nine life saving certificates and are plan
were ThY islands of the 1 I this' showed sight de-
the loan, ,were first started. group on Betzner found himself 2 downat ning, if interest is great enough, season a
'" '\ which most of the sugar planta- the close of the first nine, aftera to organize a swimming cl:!* I (Continued on page 8)

tions are located are Oahu, Kanai disastrous 45, but squared mat- J. E. Beardsley read a telegram
Crouch Child Remains Maui and Hawaii but smaller plant-,
: the state Nationwide
ters by winning the next two from Harold Colee, of CampaignTo
ings are also found on Molokaiand i I
holes. They went to lunch with chamber of commerce urging the
'" In Custody Of AuntJo Lanai. Lanai has the largest Shelley 1 up. The Belle Glader club to offer its cooperation in Fight Sugar Act'
pineapple plantings and Hawaii and
won No. 19 to square the luatch behalf of the Everglades National
'Oahu are also large pineapple cent-
and after splitting two holes Shel- Park..Delegates. -
Anne Crouch, 8-year-old 1
ers.Mr. ley won 3 and lost 3, enteringthe were named, to attend Launching nationwide campaignto
daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Moran sailed from Los An-
J home nine all square. the district Kiwanis meeting in bring about the repeal of the
: Milton H. Crouch, remains in the geles to Honolulu and docked upon
Betzner won the 28th with a Sarasota on October 9th, 10th and sugar act of 1937, which limits
custody of her aunt, Mrs. Carl H.I his return at San Francisco. He
of par 4 and immediately droppedthe 11th as follows: A. Wl Lawrence, the production of sugar cane grownin
Berner pending completion a returned immediately to Clewistonby
between next hole to Shelley's par 4. I. M. Pafford and B. E. Herring. the ,continental United States to I
compromise agreement tndn.School.
After halving the 30th Betzner 5 per cent of that consumed by
Mrs. Berner and Mrs.: Ira T. Crouch,
won the long 31st with a par 5 the nation, the Florida Junior
both of whom applied for guard- Officers Elected By
Board Hires and was out in front to stay. He Chamber of Commerce has appealed -
ianship of the child.
won the long ,34th, with anotherpar directly to the 455 Jaycee or
Jo Anne had remained in the Orphanage Committee "
Berner home, since the death of : New Clewiston Teacher 5 and they halved the 35th ganizations throughout the country -
with par 4s to give Betzner the urging their help in the fight'
her parents which occurred in an '
according to a Florida News Service -
match 2 and 1.
automobile accident a month ago. i I The sponsoring committee, chosen -
The congested, condition existingin Shelley had beaten E. E. Kelly : Clewiston release this week.
Early last week County Judge : from representative
I W. T. Maddox appointed Mrs. Ira the fifth and sixth grades of 5 and 4, Dr. W. J. White 2 up, :' citizens several weeks ago for thoChildren's Under the able leadership of
'.. and Foy Durrance 1 in 19 holesto State President Tom F. Smith of
up ii' Jacksonville
in -
T. Crouch, the paternal the Clewiston school will now be Home Society
Mrs. win his way to the finals. meet- Miami, Florida Jaycees hope to
grandmother as her guardian. relieved somewhat by the hiringof held an organization
Berner's petition to be appointed Betzner eliminated Keathley Bowden ing !'yesterday at a luncheon at the discourage federal discriminatory
guardian was supported by testi- a new fifth grade teacher by 6 and 5, Tom Shelley by' default -! Clewiston Inn. measures against Florida manufacturers -

mony of numerous Clewiston neigh- the school board at their regular and W. C. Pre.vitt. 6 and i Mrs. Nancy Powell, ,field super- of sugar cane and pave ihe

bors and friends ,of the two families monthly meeting in, LaBelle Tues- 5. ,I I visor for the home, met with the way for the development of the j

V who appeared before Judge day. ,:Miss Carol Harris, of Arcadia, W. C. Owen of Clewiston and. local group in place of Marcus sugar industry in this state on the

Maddox, testifying to the close will be the new teacher and the H. C. "Casper" VanLandingham, IC.i,' Fagg, superintendent of the scale it justly deserves.

relationship which had existed be- fifth grade will be taught in the pride of Chosen, put on the champ home who was unable to come due The present law regulating cano

tween the Milton Crouch and the room formerly used as a library, the ionship long-distance match of the to hiswife's serious illness. Mrs. planting expires in1940 and the

Carl Berner families, and to Mrs. library having been moved upstairs.A meet, playing in the finals of the II Powell also had charge of organizing effort is being made to secure
Second Flight. They were all even 'the a substantial increase in the quota.
Berner's and Jo Anne's mutual devotion commercial course will also be committee here. I
, introduced into the school this at the, turn, and with Owen 1 upcoming I Mayor F. D. Duff was elected The present quota, Smith points

j Judge Maddox revoked his order term for the first time but due to home, "Casper" sneaked in I temporary chairman of the meet-I out, limits production to 420,000

:I appointing Mrs. Crouch guardian, lack of time for classes ,duringthe a win on the 18th to square. Owen ing and permanent officers were tons, most of which is alloted to.

and the child in his tech- finally won on the 21st when Van elected follows I Louisiana.
placed day, classes will be held three as :
nical custody as judge of the juvenile nights a week. Miss Ruth Knightwas Landingham missed a three foot i I M. W." Bigg, ,chairman; Mrs. R. Sugar production presents one .

court. Mrs. Crouch meanwhile engaged by the board as in- putt. Y. Patterson and F.< D. Duff, vice- of the greatest opportunities the'

,; filed' notice of appeal and structor. Three new typewriterswere Hamp Stein of Belle Glade carved chairmen; Mrs F. M. Wright, sec- State of Florida ever had for con-

t.). later brought habeas corpus pro- purchased to supplement the his name on flight-winner's plaquefor retary and Mrs. J. G.- Niblaclc, structive development, and J lifting -

ceedings which required Mrs. Berner : two already on hand and during the first time when he de- treasurer.It of the quota would result in a

to produce the child in a hear- this term the course will be con- feated Louis VanLandingham of ]had been asked that the com- 5-year; expansion program in..oh.jnexpenditure

ing before Circuit Judge GeorgeW. fined to students of the eleventh South Bay 5 and 3. They were mittee at this meeting set n! quo- of between seven and

;. Whitehurst in Fort Myers; and twelfth grades. (Continued on page c.; -i i ta toward which they could work ten million dollars by those inter-

Thursday afternoon. At the ..timet Miss Mildred Hill was employed in securing contributions for the ested in the Everglades in the

: of the hearing, however, lawyersfor as an office worker In the office Woman Lecturer To home but it was decided that conditions vicinity of Lake Okeechoboe, it

both sides appeared before the of Superintendent S. A. Gravesat be investigated to some was stated recently by Clarence R.

t judge and stated that a compromise a, salary of $35.00 per month. Appear Here TuesdayMrs. extent before such a quota is set. Bitting, president of the United

was being worked out be- Teachers are assured of receiv- Members of the committee present States Sugar Corporation. '

tween the two families and Mrs. ing their first month's pay through r---- at the meeting were: AJrs. R. The production would give direct ... '

Crouch dropped the habeas corpus arrangements made by the board :: Charles A. Miles, of Tampa, Y. Patterson, Mrs. F. M. Wright, employment to 100,000 persons -" -

proceedings. The agreement is that to borrow $700 to supplement the a lecturer of considerable note and Mrs. J. A. McGehee, Mrs. O. A. whose necessities would require -

Jo Anne shall remain in Mrs. $3,898.30 which is the first allot- an authority on Florida, plant life Jones, Mrs. Geo. Yon, Mrs. J. G. the work of another 100,000in

e Berner's custody during school ment of state funds to the county. will give an illustrated lecture at I Niblack, F. D. Duff, 1\1. W. Bigg, the United States.

terms and during the summer shall The payroll is approximately, ,- the school auditorium next Tues- J. E. Beardsley, W. W Perry, B. Considering the fact that there

visit with Mrs. Crouch as they 528. day evening at 8:00 on Florida i E. Herring, I. M.. Pafford and R. are five persons in the average

both shall desire. A third party ferns. N. Smith. family, we could conservatively estimate -

will be decided upon as trustees I The lecture is free and the pub- Mrs. Powell reported that such that 1,000,000 persons would

r iJ to handle the child's funds. II Belle represented the Berners, and lic is cordially invited. Mrs. Miles committees are now functioning in be supported by Everglades sugar

;, Judge David Elmer Ward of I Jim Franklin and E. M. Magaha appears under the auspices of the fifty of the state's sixty-seven <<;0\1n- production, paying American wages

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News Review OF BIRDS. Uncle PI1k2cz5

California Home of Pensions, .

9 There's really no blue or green in their

Tries Another Plan This Year feathers, but sun rays, rain or a blue sky can :

make our nesting friends colorful as a peacock!
ky Joseph W. JLa Bine Dilute It With Tact

National Geographic Society. feathers which Never use flattery at full
Prepared by break off during
Ohio, where two rival groups Washington. D. C.-WNU Service. April. strength on your fellow beings.
Politics t planned to introduce an initiative petition -. is no blue pig- Red finches display no such Any man can get a few pointers
Choicest haven for U. S. old peo- in November's election, chief THERE I in the feathers of edges to the feathers. But upon gray examining from the finger of scorn.
ple is 'sunny California, which an- battle was whether $30 shall be paidon neither with a feather with a lens, one Timidity always professes : to
nually beckons retiring farmers who Wednesday or Thursday. ; will find that the red pigment occurs know nothing.
want escape from midwestern win- rare exceptions, is there any only in the main branches of Powerful QuietHow
ters. Before Depression, many ForeignSince green. The only pigment the Icaflzlce structure, the parts
farmers leased or sold their home- he became German chan- colors in ordinary birds' called the shaft and.the barbs, while still a man is after he has
steads and went to California expect- cellor in 1933, Adolf Hitler has heldan the more minute branches, or barb- said something he shouldn't and
feathers reds and
ing to enjoy old age on this in- unknown quantity in his mailedfist are yellows ules, are gray. As these barbuleswear realizes it.
come. Not expected were drouth has scared the world with and blacks, and all the other off, the barbs with their color People are packed in "like sar-
and low prices which wiped out this threats that may only be bluffs. A colors are due either to a become more exposed and the feath- dines" in many'public places; but

revenue, making California a para- master of psychology, he renounced combination of .these or to ers apparently get brighter. Thus the sardines have the advantageof
dox in whose Utopian climate men Versailles when France and Brit- the structure of I the red finches (the purple finch, being oiled.
were going hungry. ain were worried about Italy's in- superficial house finch, and redpolls) apparently -
Since Utopian climates may pro- vasion of Ethiopia. In 1936 his the feathers overlying some brighten as spring advances. From Old Coat '
duce Utopian ideas, 1934 found Up- Rhineland coup was staged ,under other pigment. Thus the summer tanager male Rug.

ton Sinclair barely missing guber- similar circumstances. By last Blue feathers, for example, remains red throughout the year, And Scraps of Felt
natorial election with an elaborate spring, when he marched into Aus- and so do the cardinal, the purple
contain "brown
pension plan called EPIC (End Pov- tria, the bluff had been so success- only or finch, the pine grosbeak, and the
erty in California). Later came Dr. ful that none arose to challenge him. ish pigment overlaid by a crossbills. The yellow evening gros- THE directions for making the
Francis E. Townsend whose old age But two months ago when Reichs- layer of prismatic cells which beak never becomes gray like his rug in my book-SEWING, for

revolving pension of $200 a month fuehrer Hitler began ,bluffing his reflect only blue light rays. mate, once he has acquired maturity the Home Decorator, have
went into eclipse last year when into annexation of Czechoslo-' though the male goldfinch does. brought many letters from read-
business got better, has since come way vakia's Sudeten frontierland, Britain -, Sometimes the structure is No one has yet advanced a satis- ers describing rugs that'are new
back with new vigor.Townsendism's and France were ready to bluffin that of minute pits on the factory explanation for these differ- to me and very interestng. The
chief onetime sup- turn. Franco-British bluff was a surface of the feathers. When ences in 'seasonal styles among the. reader who shares with us this

porter was 54-year-old Sheridan promise to defend Czechoslovakia.Germany's they become filled with water duringa males, but the inference is that the idea for using pieces of heavy r
Downey, who wrote a book called return bluff was defi- rain, they lose their refractive females are dully colored so as not woolen and scraps of felt, tacked
"Why I Believe in the Townsend ance, delivered at September's Nazi power, and the birds, apparently, to attract attention to the nest. Usu- her rug to the side of the house
and took of it which
ally the brilliantly colored males in a snapshot
congress in Nuremberg. Then, change from blue to white, as in the
weary of whistling to keep up their tropical swallow tanagers. this family never assist in incubat- she sent me.
courage, Paris and London offered Again, the blue color is due to ing the eggs, but'even here there The finished rug is 34 by 23
inches. Half of it is shown here'at
peace via capitulation. Terms: (1)Berlin's minute air spaces in the superficial are exceptions, as in the rose-
the upper.
left. The foundation
annexation of Sudeten layer of cells, just as the bluenessof breasted and black-headed gros-
i (1) is made of the back width ofa
areas 75 per cent German; (2)) pleb- the sky is due to minute dust beaks. Males of these birds not
iscite in Sudeten areas from 50 to 75 particles, and the blueness of the only sit on the eggs, but even breakall very heavy old' coat. An allow-
V German rules of bird conduct by singingas ance was made 'for a hem to add
", per cent German; (3) milk on the boarding house table to
promise to ,guarantee Czechoslovakia's the minute cream droplets. So longas they do so.Grosbeak .

independence. our blue birds remain betweenus

Fortnight ago, when British and the source of light, they are MortalityWhether
Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain not blue birds at all and therefore 'becaus'e of the singing,

'y b 0 delivered these terms at Godes- may go unnoticed. or because of the bright colors of
>x ti.x berg, democracies called it a "sell- Yellow birds are usually conspicuous the incubating male, or because of
out." But to Adolf Hitler even this because our eyes are very sensitive the general fragility of the nest,
was not enough. He wanted more to yellow.. But many birds there is a relatively high nest mor- I
land refused to have 'a structure I
moreover guarantee blue-producing tality among the rose-breasted grosbeaks BLUE2YELLOW '
Czechoslovakia's future. His I overlaid by a yellow pigment, so and some years very few iDARK ON GRAY
deadline for Czech agreement: October that the combination sends green 3 BRIGHT BLUE ON RED ,

1. light to our eyes. Then we say 4YELLOW BRIGHT ON BLUE / 8
:Lc' If Der Fuehrer had bluffed too these birds are green. Wet the S GRAY ON RED
I far, if Democracies had scored a back of a parrot and it becomes 6BRIGHT BLUE
_ i point and made Germans wonder brown, or scratch,the surface of one 7 RED
about their chancellor's wisdom, it of the green feathers with a knife I

r.; roS>, a was no stroke of genius on Neville and a dark mark is left. 4 > oY ,i1 Y weight to the edge. The founda-
jjbi : Chamberlain's, part. But there seem to be many red 1 tion may be pieced if a large sec-
.yy To London, where only a week birds among these tanagers and tion of heavy cloth is not avail-
before he had helped draft the first finches.: Why do we not see them ..:fM'Rr9y able or felt purchased by. the yard
SHERIDAN DOWNEY proposal, went French Premier Ed- more often? Certainly we have no / may be _used for it. '

The implications are terrific. ouard Daladier. Still anxious to trouble seeing a red traffic light- r Next, circles of felt in two colors -
keep peace, Europe's last two great indeed, most of them seem to be cut from old hats and discarded -
Plan. But a month ago Sheridan democracies offered a new agree- that color when we are in a hurry. school
pennants, are sewn
Downey won Democratic senatorial ment. Terms: Transfer without There are some reds, such as the together with heavy black threadas
nomination on a new plan that givesCalifornia's plebiscite of areas over 50 per cent iridescent throats of the hummingbirds at A. These are then sewn

orthodox financiers a German; (2) exchange of popula- for which the structure of the in place as at B beginning at
bad case of jitters, that has tions, in other areas; (3), interna- feathers is responsible. But most the center of the foundation. The
far greater implications than either, tional guarantee of Czechoslovakia's reds, such as those of the tanagersand ,j. f a1.5e large circles in the three center Jj1
EPIC or Townsendism.The finches ,..
independence.But are due to pigment, rows are two inches in diameter.
Man: Soft-voiced Sheridan Adolf Hitler. was still readyto and they register as red under all Those in the next two rows are
Downey attended the University of light conditions. To be effec-
a bluff. Facing rising anti-war sen- really 2l/z inches. All the small circlesare
Wyoming, entered politics at 24 by timent, forced to show his hand, he tive, however, the red must be exposed one inch.
winning the county attorneyship at summoned countrymen to Berlin's to direct sunlight.
Laramie while his wife worked for vast Sportspalast, told them his Should a scarlet tanager alight in You can make slipcovers, all
women's suffrage. Now living in Godesberg terms were final, that the middle of a sunlit lawn or a types of curtains and many other
San Francisco's exclusive, suburban Germany's bluff has been backedall Cardinal fly across the open spacein 'bc4'i.y.,/.>iv w!< *? Atherton, Pensioneer Downey gar- along by real strength. a ,garden, either bird would at- Book 1-SEWING for the Home
nered enough votes to beat Sen. Wil- tract attention, but most of the time For their nest in the west, a Decorator. Just follow the pic-
liam Gibbs McAdoo in the primary.The Excerpts: "I can tell you now they are sitting among the shadowsof pair of enterprising Los Angeles tures. Step by step you learn to
Plan: "$30everyThursday"springs that I have spent billions for arma- green leaves, where they are sparrows selected an electric make the lovely things you have
ments We have created an un-
from a seed, transplantedlast poorly lighted. The sunlight is reflected switch box which the owner immediately been wanting for your home. Book
paralleled air force and tank force.
year from far-away Austria. from the leaves more readily shut off to prevent 2-Gifts, Novelties and Embroid-

Original sponsor was one Robert w ';' "'o/. ":.....,. 1<.. ..,..;, than from the birds, especially since electrocution. Two fledglings are ery-illustrates 90 stitches; also
Noble, whose radio lectures urged ;:'':" ''"'. : .: .'. '. ..':4Y to.":.<,.'/J.L/...:..,./;;.yJri':: our eyes are. peculiarly sensitive to I shown above, in their novel nest. dozens of things you can make in
$25 .every Monday for each Califor- I '> < greens. your spare time to use or to sell.
nian over 50. Later sponsor was Hol- Books are 25 cents each. If you
lywood Attorney Lawrence Allen I i Winter MarkingsDuring young are reared. Then the spe- order both books leaflet on crazy-
who changed payday from Mondayto f: : the winter many birds cies becomes scarce, because gros- patch quilts will be included free.

Thursday, boosted payments from ., .. .. have their conspicuous marks veiled beaks are not so persistent about Address:' Mrs. Spears, 210 S. Des-
$25 to $30. To each, every Thurs- '" '. .', :. .,:.,: ; : ." .h''X'm:::: by gray edges to the feathers. These renesting as are some other birds. plaines St., Chicago, 111.
f w' '<' '. edges break, off during the spring, There is no one place in North
day, would go 30 state warrants :.<: : J :;;> .. Uj''M'1; ,; ; ;
valued at $1 apiece. On the backof :.. K-\...h,'?; : exposing the color underneath. The America where all of the birds here
each warrant would be <1dl4 : t ;rf male house sparrow, for example, mentioned can be found. The pyrr-
for 52 two-cent state stamps spaces to be L>;;.:",..n. r" ty.:. ::.. :...... .:::::<:;:J Jpi in winter seems to have only a narrow huloxia, hepatic tanager, beautiful Y.ti 1 IIM

purchased in cash. Once each week, ;:;: ':."rff.i: :: /. ,:"':.':F.f',... line of black on his throat, be- bunting, and Sharpe's seedeater, for
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: { :f* ;":' cause the rest of his black cravat is example, are not found very far
Californians ;
would dig out all war- t}1r.t :! ,L. :;;":)&h OUR-
; the of the
rants in their ,. ,, ; .' concealed by gray tips north of the Mexican border.
possession, affixinga :'{t: ; '1 /' i':' ''? : ':::""" <':>>>i mekn"BUCNlfAF40'
stamp to each. Thus'at year's end ; JUST A GO MUCHFARTHfiR
each warrant would have $1.04. in l'iil:
two-cent stamps, would be traded
by the state for $1 in cash. Extra r. .; "" : ". i. :, ...:.1
four cents would cover costs. ;; ./:. ..:. .<. 'f '. ;1t : ::1 A Shortcom'ingIt :
> '
Though $30 \. ., a
every Thursday"dares :$) .a is a great evil not to be ableto
not infringe on the U. S. rightto "" ;'. l bear an evil.-Bion.

coin money, pension warrants \;(;.:.:. t ,;., ;:. .}...> \ :.::. '\C ..:
:t0 : .
would nevertheless be valid for in- : '''''. > ,. ';: :.::.. '. ':-: : ,:. :
,< : '-;.:. v.,. :.::, :. :.. '.' '...:.J '.
tra-state taxes and debts (except

gasoline'Private business tax and pension need not stamps accept). f1"i'ii. \: \ Pl J1m WmLlImJrGUA1m
warrants, but 50 per cent of all state L.:: __ ,,,... ...I.."...... .. ,___...v.;:.nnuon! .. _. ,,, "..., Y { NTmI. DIn .
purchases must be paid with them.

Biggest stumbling block is that REICHSFUEHRER HITLER 24 Hours or Money Refunded
Would No. 1 bluffer be outbluffed?
pension warrants would largely 'fi Thousands of users have found this new,
4 dmp; easy to use preparation works almost like
eliminate ,
California's use of U. S. I want to declare regarding the Su magic after having suffered for years.
legal tender, yet the state must dig deten problem, that my patience is SPECIAL-Clip this ad and print your
up about $690,000,000 in Uncle Sam's exhausted." name plainly on sheet of paper and send
together with$1.00 in Caah.P.O.Money
cash on January 1, 1940, to redeem Prague, virtually shut off from Order, Check or Stamps to Jetta's Pile
warrants which would be issued the world since her mobilization Relief, Box 1254,Wilmington Del..with
in ten days and a regular $2.50 complete
next year to at least 500,000 pen- heard that Russia's lumbering, un- ; treatment will be tent you by return mail.
sioneers. To make matters worse, tested militarygiant was poised to Don't delay another minute. If you are
1939's state from not delighted and amazed at results in
stamp bring aid. Thoroughly scared
24 hours your money will be refunded.
sales would be only $322,750,000, France called almost every reserv-
since only a small part of the year's ist to the colors, had 1,500,000 troops

warrants will be completely along her Maginot line, advised Parisians WNU-7 40-38
stamped. Example: A warrant Issued to evacuate. Also scared, .
the last Thursday in 1939 would Britain called Parliament, inspected Only: ---
carry only two cents in stamps at ARP (air raid precautions) equip-

year's. end. ment, finally ordered partial mobi- GOOD MERCHANDISE
By last week, as California politi- lization. With October 1 but a few _u

\ cians'every-Thursday were arguing," the hotly idea over began"$30- hours whether away her No., Europe 1 bluffer wondered would be I A picture of evening grosbeaks at Whitefish Lake Ulicti., taken I II Can Be CONSISTENTLY Advertised (it

spreading throughout the U. S. In outbluffed by rank amateurs. I with telescopic lens. The camera has aided man immeasurablyin O BUY ADVERTISED GOODSWeekly .
I i his study of bird life. I



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WHAT to EAT and WHY1\


pastry flours. Bread flour is
C. Houston Goudiss Relates the Romanceof made from wheat containing a

large amount of gluten, which
C .3 w ,;,a1.., r Wheat and Discusses Flour gives elasticity to a dough and
,S> ,
e helps to make a well-piled loaf.,
the demon
Each fire
trcL; I takes 10,000 year, American lives the Basic FoodBy Pastry and more flour starch contains and has less a lighter gluten

and destroys $300,000,000 in texture that produces finegrainedcakes.

.. I property. Of this, 7,000 fatalities C. HOUSTON GOUDISS All-purpose flours, as their

I and $100,000,000 damage THE story of wheat flour is the story of civilization. Before name implies, are usually a blendof

I f.}. 4,:,' /yoCn J is caused by residential fires. learned to cultivate this golden grain, he was obligedto different types of wheat and .

move from place to' place, with the seasons, in search of are designed for general house.

Vt SJ food to sustain and nourish his body. hold use.

M/ / 4 Then, on one happy and momentous occasion, perhaps A Symbol of ProgressIt

6,000 years ago, an,inspired nomad plucked the kernels clus-
a tribute to American' en-
tered at the top of some wav- '> terprise that the world's largest

% ing grasses, observed that proteins, some minerals, chiefly flour mills are now to be found in
J !Yt b they had a nut-like taste, and potassium and phosphorus, and this country, and that tremendous

A passed along the far-reaching when made with milk, it also sup- staffs of technicians and research
plies some calcium. It is'easily chemists supervise every step in
to his fellow tribes-
; Ns discovery and, almost completely digested, the preparation of the flour which
: 'r2pffr #lt >>3 men. tests indicating an average di- may pass through as many as 17
The beginnings of wheat cultiva- gestibility of 96 per cent. grindings and be subjected to 180 j
5 tion are last in antiquity. But Bread and other bakery prod- separations.

r uy Yl we do know that ucts made from whole wheat flour Experts begin by checking the
for thousands o f also contain proteins and carbohy- quality of the grain while it is in

years, it has been drates, plus good amounts of iron, transit to the mill. But their work
/' one of the most copper, phosphorus and potas- does not end when the flour
}"! Yyxi: important crops in sium; and vitamins A, B and G. emerges pure white in color and
Sf 2 /' G Jx I r Caii Y the world-so nec- The whole grain products are unbelievably fine in texture, after
n !.N r r> essary to man's I less completely digested than having passed through silk bolting
well being that the those which are highly refined, cloths of 100 mesh or finer. After

supplication, "Giveus however, so some of their nutri- that, there are baking tests, day
r this day our ents may be lost to the body. after day, to be sure that every
daily bread," has When the two types of flour are sack which is sold is of uniformlyhigh
L summed up his considered as sources of protein quality.

most fervent de- and energy alone, they are regarded -
::1 During Fire Prevention week, most of ,the 25,000,000; homes in sires. by nutritionists as practi- Self-Rising Flours
America will be inspected for "fire susceptibility" by firemen, 4-H cally interchangeable. Whole
[ clubs, rural scouts, state fire marshals and others. They will look Food for the World wheat flour is conceded to be richer An interesting development 01

for such menaces as forgotten rubbish piles and faulty heating Today, nearly three quarters of in minerals and vitamins, but recent flours years and has other been the relf-ris-
ing readyto-use
I plants. Many fires are caused by carelessness, but the more important a billion people use wheat as food. where white bread is preferred, mixtures. Some of these contain
" that The bare And of these elements easily can be sup-
consideration is most fires are preventable. modern methods milling only a leavener; others include
has the capita fire losses have developed flours of such superlative plied from other sources.
truth is that America one of highest per dried milk and eggs; fat; and bak-
.-- in the world. Every two minutes of every hour, an American home quality that breads are from As a both matter types of of fact flour, foods belong made in ing powder, so that only a liquidis
more appetizing and more attrac-
catches needed. All
fire. are planned to save
the well-balanced diet where
tive than ever before special
; ,the homemaker's time and main-
.avc r P+v9Tr' Ur.rrR; +ee.;Yy'NGv; flours make cakes and pastries add variety and splendid food val-
t tain her interest in their
: r ues at minimum cost. And it
light as the proverbial feather
; I most important food-the i
goes without saying that for many
and there are prepared mixes of wheat-the foremost
I purposes, only white flour is suit- products
available for biscuits, waffles, cereal grain.Questions.
muffins, griddle cakes, pie crust able.

and gingerbread.For .
Ii .k+llr/' SCI 9'x / Bread Versus Pastry Flour I AnsweredMrs. I

Energy and VitalityThe Different types of wheat differin
their of and
form in which wheat flour proportions
carbohydrates, and that accountsfor F. B. L.-Flour should be
makes its appearance on the tableis stored in cool dry
the difference between bread a moderately ,
of importance than the fact well ventilated place, and shouldbe
that it is and should be an essen- protected from vermin and in-

tial item in the family food supply. Add Note of Color to sects. It should not be exposed to
That is because it offers a rich excessive heat, nor to freezing
supply of fuel value at little cost. Your Dainty Linens temperatures.Miss .
The different types of flour contain
F. B.-You are right! Rye
from 61 to 76 cent carbohy-
per flour is next to wheat in popularity -
drates, from 11 to 15 per cent protein 3T1
though it is usually mixed with
and varying amounts of min-
wheat in making bread. Floursor
i eral salts and vitamins.It .
S 'r< meals are also made from po-
r? r is to know some-
necessary tatoes, bananas, soy beans, lima
thing of the structure of the wheat
buckwheat '' and
beans, 'barley
kernel and to understand how the ttL
rice, though" the percentage is
various flours differ, in order to
small compared to the amount
select the flour best suited for
made from wheat.
each,purpose. A kernel is madeup WNU-C. Houston Goudlss-1933 31.
, Y: 7 9; nI, :y./C: i'id; .Y of several outer layers of bran;
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a layer of cells high in phos-
s l;f y r Yii phorus and protein, just inside

the bran; the endosperm, com- !! SMALL QUIET
ii o posed of cells in which starch : .

fr//// granules are held together by proteins .SPattern An ideal boa! for bow who with .
; and the germ. The starch convenient location with modern <(.
cells are so small that one kernelof commodation>(tnodeitw rate Two
wheat may contain as many as attractive rotauraoti. All guest room ,
20,000,000 granules'. bm tub or shower bath. $ -
,t 1I'l Lr
White and Whole Wheat Flours r HOTEL UnJerKnoa

White flour is made chiefly from

the endosperm. Whole-wheat, en- i Ck1fiifiJNEW
tire-wheat and graham flours are
l y Yilf'
; ?: ,:f' a 1 loosely applied terms which refer 6032 YORKADVERTISIXG

9:; : r 99 r r f r :G / r Y, nr' tf'rI' both to products made by grind-
ing the wheat berry without the These bluebirds have a charmall I
removal or addition of any ingre- their own. Cross stitch themin i
dient, and also to a flour from soft colors (shades of one coloror
which part of the bran has been varied colors) on scarf, towels,
removed or to which bran has cloths and enjoy
pillow cases, or D
been added. the of Pattern
pride possession V Is as essential
One of the most prolonged discussions 6032 contains a transfer pattern of
\I'' of the last two decades 12 motifs ranging from 4% by 15 E to business as is rain to
t %.' ,y9iI has involved arguments for and inches to 1% by 1% inches; illus-
I I 'ay ...!. .. ....- +I rsr.'iu..u.alJrocoRaxval'.acukafoL.f.Yrr.Sw. .tbMi against the use of white or whole trations of stitches; materials required R growing aops. It is the

' Here are the greatest fire hazards in order of their importance: wheat flour in making various ; color schemes.To 'f keystone in the arch of
of bread and muffins. As a
types this send 15
obtain pattern,
(1) rubbish; (2) defective chimneys; (3) combustible roofs; (4) 'Is
I result, many people have been cents in stamps or coins (coins successful merchandis g.
defective heating equipment; (5) matches and careless smoking; confused and misled-often at the preferred) to The Sewing Circle,
(6) gasoline and kerosene; (7) electrical defects, and (8) hot expense of their enjoyment in Household Arts Dept., 259 W. I Let us show you how to

I ashes. Watch for these menaces in your home and help keep down meals. 14th Street, New York, N. Y. 1\1 apply! it to your business.America .
,_ America's fire toll. Remember that every 24 hours, 19 persons Here are the: facts: White bread Please write your name, address G
'I' Nl -half of whom are children-die as a result of fires; burned to contains important energy values. and pattern number plainly.

death, suffocated or asphyxiated




Published every Friday in Clewiston
Florida, by tho CLEWISTON NEWS, {

Iuc. I 2 ypy K.aw ..- --\7, t :r r 9' r, .(t K j -F Yy .s ,* ?mnrar-Aw+ v'aoewov' :vt

EtlKor w

Entered as second class mall mattM
February 1, 1027 at the Post Office !n
Clewiston Florida, under the Act ,'.!
March 3, 1897.Subscription.

hale $:.00 Per Ytnr.Ad .
erlisins Ilnleis On' Application.

Devoted to the advancement and welfare -
of Clewiston and llcndry County.PRESS .


community newspaper, whichin
nearly every issue gives valu-
able publicity to worthwhile causes i
and institutions, performs as partof
its routine duty a service thatis L a %
bA"' ,?d tiJxY' >4'i W.tw tr NY
of infinite worth to society.It .
is with pleasure that the editorsof

Florida papers will note a par- 'M n rtty,, :{
agraph included in the First An- ;rx
nual Report of the State Welfare
Board which reads: ''

"In presenting a new program )
to the public qnd in its intelligent Cr "'C.tY ,yA @u.%...; -f
interpretation, the press of the
slate has rendered an invaluable
service. Daily and weekly news-
papers alike have been most gen-
of LL r 6 r r L
their Because
erous with space. :1 l
this kindly cooperation many drains I
upon the time of the busy staff I

workers have been avoided ,and I
prospective applicants have

ed a quick, and ready obtain-I I A New York World's Fair 1939 flying ,cameraman took this aerial Hall, while behind the Perisphere may be seen Constitution Mall extending -
the scope and intent of photograph of the Perisphere and Trylon at the Theme Center of the Fair to the Lagoon of Nations and the Federal group of buildings on the
gram. Misunderstandings have been just as the final rivet was being driven in the 200-foot sphere. In the fore- far side of the grounds.
cleared up without delay and a I ground is the New York City Building, now serving as the Summer City

real saving in both time and money '-
has been effected. Malicious and :.-'-

misleading" propaganda has been I Lou Betzner Wins- the New England and Long Island
curbed. hurricane and flood area where

It is indeed pleasing to have more than 600 people lost their gt about time .tatemind
such recognition made of the serv- (Continued on page four)' lives or are missing. The Red ,
ices of the press." playing in the finals of the. Third Cross is giving emergency aid and y
The News has been delightfully I, Flight. rehabilitation approximately 15- gull... O
surprised again this week to receive Two semi-final matches remain to 000 families in this devastated sec- 0 IMVESiMCIYT Cy

complimentary tickets from be played in the Consolation 'Flight. tion, Mr. Davis ,said. 7z
the Pahokee Football Squad for all Keathley Bowden will meet Mrs.F. An appeal was issued for a minimum
Pahokee games this season and i D.:'Duff and Bill Owen jr., tang- Red Cross relief fund of
tickets, from the' University of Florida les with E. E. Kelly. The winners $500,000 to care for the homeless 9 soso' 0
for all home games. Both are I will play off the finals. I families of the stricken region, and t>
duly appreciated. Lou Betzner was awarded 'an contributions were being receivedin

engraved golden bronze trophy emblematic a quick and generous response, --r.,..,.... .
FIFTH OF MOTOR nnITEHSIISS:: I of the championship. Emmett particularly from the New England :': YOU can't afford to procrastinate
DEATH BY LESS THAX SECOND Shelley was given ali Arrow II states. 'u<:.\i:.....::'-
I Shift and Tie awarded by the Five area headquarters have been much longer in starting to save a

One-fifth ,of American drivers]I Clewiston Supply Co., W. C. Owen set up by the Red Cross, as fol- portion of your income..and invest
avoid risk of suddm death in headon Von 10 gallons of gas given by lows: Providence R. I.; Hartford, us
collision by less than one sec- the Clewiston Motor Co., II., C. Van- Conn.; New London, Conn.; Brook- oUR i it wisely... during your productive:

ond. This finding of phychological Landingham was awarded a Coty lyn, N. Y., for Long Island and p1aA EoN years. The slogan/"Save and I-Iave"\\
investigators was reported at the Men's Toilet Set given by the Als- Springfield, Mass.Thousands r
old-fashioned but the
annual meeting of the American ton ,DrugStore of Clewiston. Roy of Red Cross volunteers sp.4 ; may sen-
Psychological Association held this al's of Clewiston"presented ted H. J. have been working among ACGOV5 sible people that follow it are the:
month at Ohio State University.The Stein with a bountiful basket of the flood victims, with the assist- We'll
tfo meet. gladly
happy ones :
habit of 20 per cent of groceries and 'Louis VanLandingham ance of 150 Red Cross disaster ,S A
drivers on the open road on two- found himself the recipient of relief workers who rushed into t\" ..t4t4\1'" help you with our time-tried, safe \

lane highways of allowing less thana an electric toaster awarded by the tho storm area. and profitable savings plans.
second to clear Betzner Hardware of Belle Glade. I '
,an oncoming car Mr. Davis said that rehabilitation /
was discovered with moving pic- Balance of the prizes given by would be given to families who
tures taken from a moving car by Everglades merchants will bse: were without means to reinstate I

T. W. Forbes and T. M. Matson, awarded' at the close of the fin- themselves. This will require rebuilding Clewiston Federal Savingsand >
of Yale University.The als of the Consolation Flight. and repairing hundreds

drivers who were spied upon The Everglades: Medal Handicap of houses refurnishing, clothing I
never knew a camera eye was recording Championship got under way at and some aid to small businesses Loan Association
their "timing." As an apparently the Clewiston Club Sunday.' 'The he said. One of the acute prob-
ordinary unit of traffic new meet is a 72 hole medal play lems is the heavy losses sufferedby
Forbes and Matson drove all throughthe affair, with handicaps deducted. the fishing fleets out of New
mid-west, far west and north- Play in this tournament will run England and Long Island ports.

west. until November 6th. The Red Cross this week had mob- II........................................................................................................................................................... ......................
They wanted to know how much ilized temporary fishing boats' and _
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DAY a -
time the average driver allowed, RALLY OBSERVEDAT equipment, such as nets, lobster
: :?
when passing a car going his direction COMMUNITY CHURCH pots and traps, for the fishermenso ,:
and while a car was com- that they could continue at yy: 3_
ing head-on toward him, to get Rally Day at the Community work, pending permanent relief .,
back into his own lane. The time Sunday School was observed Sun- measures.
taken was after the driver had com day morning with a special program The Red Cross also had assigned 60LF I Iy
pleted his pass and the arrival of at which an offering for Christian many welfare, workers to investigate ..
oncoming car to the point whereit Education was made by each class. problems of families who _
would have crashed with the The folowing program was giv- may have lost breadwinners through

passer. en, with each class responding to death, so that women and child- t : t
This in roll call with a verse of Scripture COURSE
twenty percent of the ren would have care to tide them '
.. '
drivers i recited in unison ? .
was than one second. over until state or federal relief '
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: : I
Half of this 20 percent, the Yale Prelude: Finlandia. was granted. .'. 4'"' :
," ''
report stated, were definitely op- I Call to Worship.Solo "The Red Cross is the only agen- ::: I ::::
erating in a danger zone. I : Temper My'Spirit, 0 God, cy that will take care of the. human 'i'; .=1
The safety allowance in passingwas ,Miss Kathryn GraHam. problems of these distressed I
longer in the west than in the Hymn: Be Strong. families" Mr. Davis said. "I am .y. f?
east, aparently because the western Unison Prayer: '
told that the majority of these :t:
travel is faster and on straighter Hymn: 0 Master Let Me Walk' 15,000 families will prove to be y ii'
I roads. With Thee. ., without resources of cash or creditto
The Yale observers decided that Scripture: John 15' 1:11.: meet the i repairs and other .
about half the drivers who refuseto Roll Call of Departments. needed rehabilitation measures. i' Open to the Public I ili. .
pass when they see an oncom- Meditation on Theme, "All "These families become the
ing car were right, that is, passing Things Through I,Christ",' F. M. charge of the Red Cross. We have y
at that moment would be ,haz Wright. sent 150 Red Cross workers including y iy
ardous. The other half were judged Offering and Offertory Prayer. building supervisors, fam- y

overcautious.The Hymn of Dedication. ily welfare workers, and others .y. A
camera also recorded speedof Benediction. cheek with f A'z.
prepared to immediately
passing. It showed that six and Seventy-five members were pres- the families. Roofs must be repaired '' ":.,::: .. .:.
one-half miles faster than the car ent at the Rally Day exercises. chimneys rebuilt, some whole '.:' .:.

being. passed was the slowest speed. fRed houses rebuilt, means of livelihood ?1. .2/
The average passing speed was Cross Aids restored for these thousands of peo
nine and a half miles an hour. ple. Families are now' being told ::;_:: Moderate Green Fees :;:
All of these studies were made 15,000 Families by the Red Cross relief headquarters ,'' I 2

on Record., two-lane highways.-Municipal I tions in to all register of the their storm needs."I torn. sec- _:;::: Exceptional Fairways :=;::

Wnshington, D. C.-Chairman feel confident that every needis :i: interesting Greens :t
Norman II. Davis ha3 informed I being met promptly.' Our Chapters I ffli
FOR RENT.-Furnllshad. Garage tho Clewiston Red Cross: chapters met an overwhelming relief
Apartment. Phone' 376', p. I.. that the Rot] Cross!: has given! amorsency -, task:; in the early. dayu of theemergency. ---

Williamson--, t relief! to G3,000! people in ." j f I I t I, ", J j .' PB. _, '

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I Formal Opening Of Royal's New More 'I'oaxeorrowOpening I

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with a fifteen foot section across 1 J. F. Tippey was contractor on I accounts, claims and demands which
Marks 7th Anniversary the rear of the building partitioned the building and Harry II. Turner'against you, or the either estate of of Christine you, may Crouch have

I' off for a storeroom and rest had charge of installation of elec-_ Deceased Honorable late of said County, to the
W. T. Maddox. County
Of Store's Founding In Glades rooms. Dry goods and groceriesare trical equipment. The cost of the Judge his office of Ilendiy in the County Court, Florida House, at in
both handled] in the one large building was approximately $7,500.G. the City of LaBelle. Florida, within
elg-ht calendar months from the date
room. I H. Brown will be general I of the first publication of this notice -
The official opening of the new erected by Wilbur Goff. Continued The front of the store finishedin I manager of the store and in chargeof be .in Each writing claim and or must demand state' must the
Royal's Store will be held to- growth of the stores showed the the grocery department. Ed place of residence and post office
morrow and the public is cordially necessity for consolidating the a modernistic manner is unusu-j Crocker is in charge of the meat be address sworn of to the by claimant the claimant and ,must his
,. invited: to inspect the beautiful Clewiston stores in more spacious ally attractive and was designed I department and Mrs. Geo. L. Royal agent or his attorney; or the same
new _store building and to buy quarters so on the first of July by the Pittsburgh Plate Glass Com will have charge of the dry goods. I will will become not be void allowed according and :paid to law and
from the large stock of groceries, this year ground ,was broken for pany of the new type Carra glass department.IVOTICU. Dated this the 23 day of Septem-
meats and dry goods which the the Hew building whichthe com- resembling marble. The marquee ex- ber. A.. D., ,1938.
store has to offer. tending across the entire front of CARL H. BERNER
pany now is proud to open to the Administrator of the Estate
the store will be outlined with
The opening of the new store public. TO CREDITORS of Christine Crouch. Deceased
neon lights. These have not been No. 156-Sept. 23, 30 Oct. 7, 14, 21.
marks the seventh anniversary of Situated immediately across the In Court of ,
County Judge Heiidry
installed as yet but will be put .
the Royal stores in the Ever- street from the post-office, the I Count, Florida. -- -- --- --- -- ------------ -
up next week.: Indirect drop lightsare PROBATE JURISDICTIONYou
\ glades and the sixth anniversaryof new building is one of the finest used the interior. and each of you are hereby
their opening in Clewiston.In store buildings in Clewiston with on notified and required to present any IS YOUR SUDSCIUPTON, PAID?

plenty of floor and a, styleof ]
October of 1931 George L. space ---------
Royal opened his first store at. architecture which adds consid-
Bean City and this venture proved erably to the appearance of the lllllIl lll"I \>::1IIIIIIII1IIIII nmpij nllllllllllllf1J IIIIIIIIIII"I IIIIIIIIIIII !1111111111111 J IIIII1 I--I ( Ir.1 IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII Jl I 11111l1111111I! ,r

highly: successful. A year later he I business district.,
opened a grocery store in Clewiston The building is of concrete block
in the Hopkins Building. This construction set on a solid concrete
venture was also very successful foundation .and is almost entirely 1- ,
.... and he later opened a store in fireproof, the only exception being
J.-- ...-, Lake Harbor and still later returned the wooden trusses in the ceiling
to Clewiston with a stock of and wooden lath over which plasterhas
diy goods and opened the dry been laid. >It is fifty feet in

,, goods store in the new building width by ninety feet in depth ROYAL'S I

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Celebrating the opening of our

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I ... Store 5
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r: On the completion of their, new, and .

f: modern store building in Clewiston. ...............

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r'l,; the planning of a better store for the Clewiston people

"( your interests were our first consideration. A large store with

a greater variety of merchandise to select from, more volume of

f Lake Drug Co. business with no rent to pay will enable us to give you better

,4J service with lower prices.
--, .

r .. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Niblack We believe our personnel is unexcelled and each one has the

M customer's ,interest at heart.


t. This is your store and we want to please you. We invite

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( (*) Walter Camp's book of'College
Six-Man Football ---New andPopular Sports, page 115. Century Co., N. Has Long Snout I Too Long
II Y., 1889.) The desman, a small animal of May
dat sits aroun'
HalfDozen'Game ; ( (**) Lloyd, Frank S., Deaver, the Pyrenees, has such a long, mo- foh"De opportunities man ," said Uncle Eben,
: bile nose it thrust it into its
George G., and Eastwood, Floyd R., can "is mighty liable to doze off an' not
---- Safety in Athletics.. W. B. Saunders own mouth as an elephant] does its recognize.'em."
I trunk.
Coach Homer Co., Philadelphia, 1936 page
By WakefieldThe so nearly like one of the eleven- 44.) r _
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man variety that the average spec There is even 'less danger of injury -
most rapidly growing sport tator cannot tell the difference, in this new game, for there
of the nation is probably six-man except that the number of playersis arc no mass pile-ups and the rules

football. There are two chief rea- not the same. And, after all, are planned to provide greater pro- ',OUR HEARTIEST GOOD WISHESand
Eons for this rapid growth in the number of players does not tection to the players.

popularity. In the first place, this I make) the game, for there were FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE .
sport is filling a definite need that. 15 players on the football teams InIS77 GAME FOR" YOURSELF. COME :
had previously been unfilled; namely and 25 players on each side TO THE LOCAL GAMES THIS

: the' need of a suitable fall sport in 1868! The trend, then, is toward FALL. BOOST YOUR HOME l'CONGRATULATIONS

for the thousands, of small high the use of smaller numbers, and I TEAM.. I ;
schools in this countiy. Secondly, It has been for a long time. Walter -Coach Wakefield. .

six-man football IS' football, with Camp, the famous sports writer,
certain spectacular and safety features -' suggested the use of less than toRoyal's -
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game.In I I when he wrote, ."almost all the
1934, when six-man football 'I plays can be effected and the SCHOOL NEWSEditor
be enjoyable and StoreUpon
sport just as
was first used, less than 50 schools

were playing the game; yet, more equally good practice" (*) with as -.._. _..,_......_...._. Bill Owen
than 300 schools played it in 1936, few as five playing. Ass't Editor ......__ J. D. Hooker o/

about 1,000> played it last year, Six-man football, the half-dozen Sports Editor .........._? Dick Owen
and several thousand will likely game, offers fully as many thrilli-
it this as the more common short-dozen the completion and opening of their I
play About half year.of the approximately game, for the rules encourage amore y''ijmmlIiilmllllllliilIIlliimlmliIIII!!!i;l!!!!!!! i !!+ !! !p! !! !!i ul! '[!li'!'mIImli u!! : !!IIimmlmllml;I!!!I I h! !h iIIWIl"rI ? "

25,000 high schools in the United open, spectacular type of tac- fine new store building in Clewiston.
tics. In this newer game there are
States have enrollments of 100 or
less boys and girls. In such schools usually more passes, longer runs, I NEW. TKACHEK I
drop-kicks, and higher -
more punts
such as Clewiston and these other The school is fortunate in securing -
All the other basic fea- ,
scores. 4
small high schools of the group described as the new fifth grade teacher -
tures of the older game, such as
above, it is generally impractical Miss Carol Harris of Arcadia. '
tackling and blocking, are retained -
to have regular eleven- She is a graduate of Florida South- The Clewis
in six-man football, and standard ton
man football-either because there ern College with an L. I. Degree
football equipment; so, this
are too few boys with sufficient and comes to us well recommended. -
is definitely FOOTBALL.
weight and stamina, or becausethe new game The library has been moved
Many people who have seen both
cost of furnishing proper equipment upstairs in order to provide more
is prohibitive. Six-man foot- games prefer six-man football. room for the elementary grades. CompanyMY

ball requires just about half as Contrary to much popular opinion -;:Now, for the first time, each grade Supply
many boys to participate in a successful football is not particularly i din'f the elementary school has a
season and the equipmentcost dangerous. Acording to statistics,i separate room and teacher.
is about half that for the chances of being killed playing II -
man football; consequently eleven-I' football are only about 2 in 100- FOOTBALL

man football is much more 000 while the chances for
to the requirements of a small I any of us being killed in an auto- Another week of strenuous train-

school. I mobile accident are over 23:}. to ing has passed for the "Tigers".

A game of six-man football is 100,000! (**) Their first football game will be

1 I on October 14, which is only a
week away. This game will decide
whether or not the "Tigers" will 4
"weather the storm" of their first

Our Heartiest Congratulations ToRoyal's season. It is hoped that they do, .I

I I unanimously.The .
field has been chalked off
with lime and the goalposts have
been erected. Signs for the num- '

bering are made along with a

[ "down stick." The tackling dummyhas : ...

arrived and has been set up. )i
'Also fifteen yards of chain which ,. its .Seventh Anniversary 1
of Fine New -A" "
On the. Completion Their I
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.' made in four downs. In simpler I

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day and a selling campaign has Clewiston 1

.-: We are proud to have been selected to begun. The tickets are 1.00 fori, j
adults and 50 cents for students.' 1

install the electrical equipment in the It is cheaper to buy tickets this '
way for each game is 15c and And am proud to have been chosen as

new building. 25c. Buy 'a season ticket and save .f
The schedule cards will be printed building contractor. '

and set out as soon as possible.The .

cheer leaders have been prac- ..'.,<' ,. ,. -f.'.,

ticing some sparkling new yell ,':.. :. ::r.
.. ; Turner Electric They are planning a town parade ;

and a bonfire Thursday, night. ': "' .J. F. TIPPEY .

Remember, be at the school
grounds next Friday afternoon at

4:30 and see Clewiston battle Ii I
Company : 'r: Moore Haven in the "grand old I I
;:.: game" of football.
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_; ; Anyone who is not a member of Come to Sunday School this Sun- Baptist Church all women are invited -
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.. .!. the Garden Club may take this opportunity day and study the Bible with us. to join with the church In i
of securing needed rosebushes the organization of "Woman's

;]_; PERSONAL and SOCIETY :I; at a saving by contactingMrs. THE H. Y. P. U. Missionary Society" of the First i

i iN Owen on the above mentioned The Senior B. Y. P. U., Mrs.E. Baptist Church". Visiting women

f days. L. Hayes, President, has as its from Canal Point, Pahokee, Belle l
x. I topic for this week's study "The Glade, South Bay, Moore Haven,

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NUPTIALS SOLEMNIZEDCarl I study of the life and work to attend and it is hoped
1\\; Cecil Jacksan of LaBelle was a .AIRS. 1 SMITH: HOSTESSTO I of Dr. J. B. Gambrell, preacher.professor that a large group of women from
visitor in Clewiston Saturday.
E. Johnson and Mrs. Fran- editor and Baptist leader. this community will be on handto

ces Robertson were united in marriage '-:I Everyone from 17 years up help in this new organization.

Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn spent J Mrs. R. N. Smith was hostess in a p'retty ceremony performed -;I are invited to attend. Three p. m., October 10th.
afternoon to the La-
the week-end visiting friends in yesterday at nine o'clock Sunday The intermediate Union, under ----

Canal Point. dies Aid Society. morning in the manse of the Community I the leadership of Mrs. G. E. Ether- ;MEN ;MEN :\1 EXIEN': _

Mrs. W' B. Cate, president, occupied Church, Rev. Forest C. Tay- ton is for those 13 to 1C yearsof Arc you interested in the im-
the chair and talked
lor, minister, officiating. I age. A splendid program is in provement of the community?
::H. E. Kurtz of Fort Myers was
the of
those present on power prayer. I
store for all who attend. Would you enjoy an evening of
transacting business, in Clewiston She pointed out that duringthe Only a few intimate friends of '
Mr. A. H. King is leader of good, fun and fellowship where we
Saturday. the young couple attended the
recent European crisis world-
the Junior B. Y. P. U., for those! could get acquainted with the oth-
wide for offer- ceremony. The living room was \
prayers peace were er men living in
twelve and under. our midst? Are
Mr. and Mrs. Judson Francis of ed constantly by all religious de- attractively adorned with pretty you interested in the moral and
) garden flowers. The bride wore a
Canal Point visited relatives here nominations. : MORNING WORSHIP spiritual uplift of our town? Would
fall ensemble of Boy Blue French
over the weekend.Mr. A talk was made by Mrs. Joseph j crepe. The dress was made witha The pastor's topic for the Sun- you like to do your part in mak
Robbins, chairman of the study ing this community better
a placeto
I lace top, and a bolero of crepe day morning sermon is "Like A
I and program committee. Mrs. Robbins live? What about the
and Mrs. A. L. Hackett and completed the ensemble. A tricorn Tree, or Growing in God". sons and
announced that a new study daughters of the town,
daughter, Agnes Ann, have re- hat with noseveil and the other are you
group will begin Monday, October interested in their social and
moral -
turned from their vacation.Mrs. I accessories were in Dubonnet. The !! THE ;MID-WEEK SERVICE
17at_ 3 p: in. at the church. welfare? If you are, and, I know
bride wore a corsage of sweetheartroses. |I The Mid-week Bible Study this I
The Society voted to make an you are, then sit right down and
i week is devoted to continuance
Yvonne Bostleman of Fort annual contribution of $10.00 to a mark your calendar for the evening -
Myers was a* business visitor in the Children's Home Society. Mrs. Johnson is the niece of Mr. |lof the study of the book of Philli- of October 17th.. Monday

Clewis ton Wednesday.Miss Present at the' meeting were: and Mrs. C. W.; Clayton of Live pians begun last week. Everyoneis night, week after next, October 17.I I
I' asked to read this book before
Mrs. G., H'. Bellamey, Mrs. J. D. Oak. She came to Clewislon early. : Keep that date open and watch
coming, bring a Bible, pencil and I
; W. B. Gate Mrs. E. this year as local manager for next
Virginia Gallant of Jacksonville Bruce, Mrs I week's newspaper. An important -
notebook. Come and enjoy this
is visiting in Clewiston for M. Cornette.i Mrs. F. Deane Duff, the Western Union Telegraph opportunity for men only.
informal discussion of God's word
several' days. Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs. Glen Eth- company. Mr., Johnson, a son of Don't forget, October 17th.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Johnson each Wednesday at 7:30.
erton, Mrs. John Elmore, Mrs. J. '
W. Ezelle, Mrs. J. J. Graham, of Sarasota, has resided here for I I The regular monthly business '

:Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. Beery I Mrs. II. R. Hall, Mrs. Maud Hare, the past five years. He was first meeting of' the church will also J. M. LOUSE '

arc spending a two weeks vacation Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. H. C. Jones, associated with the U. S. Engineersand I I be held on Wednesday eveningand

visiting in Savannah, Ga. Mrs. C: M. Jarvis, Mrs. R. H. is now with the United States every member of' the church i

Knight, Mrs. M.' Ludekins_ Mrs. Sugar Corporation.Mr. I I I is requested, to be present. Reports Counselor and Attorney at Law

Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hartsfield I. D. Leydig, Mrs. A. H. King, and Mrs. Johnson left for I will be heard from the church treasurer Hopkins Building

of Fort Myers were visiting friends!:; Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. J. G. Niblack, a two weeks, motor trip through the Sunday school, B. Y. P. Wedncsdajs and Saturdays

J in Clewiston Sunday.Mrs. 1lrs.V.. C. Owen, Mrs. R. Y. several southern states, and after U. and pastor. Plans will be form: 9:30 to 4:00

I Patterson, Mrs. I. M Pafford, Mrs.J. their return on October 16th, they ed for organization of a Woman's

H. Pressley, Mrs. R. N. Smith, will reside in the Schult apartments. I Missionary Society.
C. J. Lovvorn left yes-
( 11rs.V.. P. Simpson and Mrs. F. Attending the ,wedding ceremony
terday for a few weeks; visit with SERIES OF SUNDAY J. S. CAMPBELL
C. Taylor.MliS. I, were Mr. and Keith '
,relatives in Gainesville. I It
I j field of Fort Myers, Miss Harts-j I .
At the request of several mem- .
(i j W. H. LANIER.ENTERTAINS Johnson, Miss Mary Markette

JayVo\ Moran, vice-president of BRIDGE CLUB Virginia Jordan, Miss Ruth Mar-I bers of the congregation the pas- Jeweler & Watch-maker

\the United States Sugar Corporation shall, Mrs. F. C. Taylor and Charles tor is beginning this Sunday even-

( has just returned from a Mrs.V.. H. Lanier entertained Benson. ing a series of three sermons on All
Kinds of Jewelry Repairs
(\five weeks' trip to, Honolulu. members of her bridge club at her 1 \Vlat, Baptists Believe. The ser-
I Mrs. mons will be delivered as follows: Optical RepairsAT
home Wednesday evening. C'i

\': Mr. and Mrs. George A. Yon' and E. Nail won a lovely pair of bookends -I'I I IIIlilllilllmmijllll@mmmmlllllllllmilllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIII! !! I!! I!!' l' !! !! !! 1 6 i iI October 9.-7:30 p. m. '/WhyJoin CHRISTIAN'S BARBER SHOP
I I II the Church".
iMr. and Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw moored [ for high score prize, Mrs. ..
to Miami and Key West\ over I Harry Turner a pair of pictures 1-i I 1 = WITH THE = October 16-7:30 p. m. "The" f -

l he week-end. [ for cut and Miss Mae Palmer a I I 1I = Meaning of Church Membership. AGENT
t' Church October 23-7:30 p. m. "Bap-
box of stationery for low prize.
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A delicious salad served L. B. ,Mershon
/r course was :
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Small I
brief discussions
I and Mr. and Mrs. G., H. Small I Wilson by ,Mrs.Mrs.'Lanier R. C. to,Nowling Mrs., ,R.Mrs.T. C.. Lmm III,U j I OOIIm I 'L IVIII I'1661tItlIuJIJI ,Iil m l mmd!,l! intended to help easy us understand are the New York Life

visited relatives in LaBelle: Sunday church
of the in Christian's
I' B. Shelley, Mrs. Sidney Crochet COMMUNITY CHURCH place a Insurance CompanyARCADIA
life will endeavor to
Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. Joe Forest C. Taylor, Minister.
I Schroeder, Mrs. C. E. Nail, Miss offer a simple statement of the FLORIDA
J. E. Beardsley spent Thursday differences between and
and Friday in Miami and attendedthe I i!I Palmer and Mrs. Turner. Morning worship and sermon at other denominations. Everyone is

Pahokee-Ponce de Leon I eleven o'clock.Sunday :. NORGE REFRIGERATORS
cordially invited to hear these
tthere Thursday evening. PATRICIA MEREDITH school every Sundaymornin'g messages. It is hoped that the Furniture and Homo Vurnlshings
)., \ public, regardless of denomination, PHILCO RADIOS
Mr. and Wilson 'Christian Endeavor Society meet
Mrs. Jimmy spent i
will in
be interested these topics.
\ the week-end in Pahokee visiting Little Miss Patricia Meredith is ing Monday evening at eight. Household FurnishingsInc.
celebrating her fifth birthday this -
relatives. Wilder
Miss Mary returned -
with them for a few days afternoon at the home of her parents Rev. Forest C. Taylor of the FOR WOMEN: \: .

visit. j Mr. and Mrs. Zerney Mere- Clewiston Community Church will
I dith. A and blue color schemeis On Monday afternoon, October BELLE GLADE. FLORIDA.
I pink be the guest preacher in the Meth-

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Doty and being used and a program of odist church in Moore Haven next

family have moved into the. houserecently games on the lawn is planned. Sunday ,evening at seven-thirty.

vacated by the Johnson | In addition to favors of various BEFORE OCTOBER FIFTEENTH

I) family, and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy candies, ice cream and cake will FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

I I Wilson;{ are residing in the Doty form the, refreshments.The Marshall Mines, Pastor.
house. guest list includes Emma I Ordered to Sell

\ Jane Ezelle, Barbara Bruce, Joan I "The Church of Friendly Distinc- "

l Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hurst returned Osborne, Peggy Barnes, Eleanor I tion".

yesterday from Emporium, VonMach, Sharon Crochet, Carline Services every Sunday:

Pa., where they have -been spend- Berner, Carol Alston, Anne Prew- Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., B. For Owners '

ing the summer and Mr. Hurst itt, Rachel :\Miner, Claire Jones, E. Herring, Supt.

will resume his work with the Shirley: Owen, and Bob Hanna, Morning Worship 11:00. Ser-

United States Sugar Corporation. Bobbie Berner, Paul and Kay Bowden mon by the Pastor.B. Best located available Highway propertyat

,\ Skippy Cothern, Gene Marshall, Y. P.' U. 6:15 p. m., V. C. "
Mr. and Mrs. Willard F. Simp- Harry Vaughn, Charles Miner, Woodward, Director. prices you, will never see again ,in_ -

son returned Monday from a three I Richard Knight, John Schiffli, Joe Evening Preaching 7:30 p. m.' Clewiston. .

I week's vacation trip. They visited Schroeder, Jimmy Robertson, Bobby'I Sermon by the Pastor.
? I relatives in Atlanta and then made Broadfoot and Bobby Smith.
\Midweek Service Wednesday 150 Foot
I every -From 25 Foot to Frontage
! I a motor trip through western North at 7:30 p. m. :

I Carolina, Tennessee and Alabama.Mrs. ALTAR SOCIETY MET The public is cordially invited to

I attend all our services. tf thus sale
'for handling
Frances Robertson FROM ONE O\VNRB-"Thank yon ,
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Mary Markette and Jimmy Robertson The Altar Society of St. Mar- SUNDAY SCHOOL for me and for the promptness: of its execution., .,

\ were visitors Friday in West garet's Church met yesterday af- The general lesson topic for this .
Palm Beach. Jimmy left by' bus ternoon at the home of Mrs. Zer- Sunday is ;
"Spiritual Worship" with .
I for a visit with relatives in the ney Meredith. After the transac- I the
Scripture Exodus 20
passage :
I\ northern part of the state. tion of routine business, the So- 4-6; 32:1-8; John 4:19-24: as a Jim Beardsley

ciety heard a splendid informal
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Mrs. W. F. Simpson and Mrs. talk from the new pastor, Father
I The Adult Class will be
taught by
eathley Bowden were visitors in Larry, Flynn. I I the pastor. All men and women Hopkins Bldg. Thone 366
/:ioore_ Haven yesterday afternoon. Delicious chocolate chiffon pie
Mr. Herman Davis teaches ,
They; attended an open house at was served by Mrs. Meredith to the young people, ages 17 to 24, %,'C { 2t.l"c c"f: : ;;:'; -..T''r \, ..: y-: : -- --: :-. '
the ,home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles. Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Mrs. W. P. Topic
: "Making Worship Spiritualand
H.. Settle in celebration of their Vaughn, sr., Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, .

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ages 13 to
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)tact as their guests over the weekend P. Mutrux, Mrs. H. A. Bestor ?" y y

: Mr. and Mrs. Jack Joyner 'of and Father Flynn.
The Junior Boys, ages 9 to 12, s
)Pompano, Mr. and Mrs. Philip ,
Your Credit Is Good
are taught by Mr. A. H. King with
gtraker and Mrs. W. Shacklefordf GARDEN CLUB WILL
Mr. M. C. Vowell assisting. The y

I Fort Lauderdale.- / ORDER ROSE BUSHESIn God.topic" is "The Living Image of :::: Wear a NEW Tailored Individual =i:= '

\, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Flaniken and keeping with annual I
an custom -
i :Vhildren, Bevoly and Betty Carol members of the Garden Club The Junior Girls, ages 9 to 12 :i: Measure Suit While You Pay :::
are taught by Mrs. A. R. Broad-
iI I turned\ Saturday evening from will order next week
as a group the
tour Lake, Texas. Mrs. Flaniken rose bushes which they wish to foot."The Friend we cannot see" is A postcard will bring the Lake's Old :::

'nd the children have spent the plant during the coming season. :: Tailor ==:
the topic for the Primary class, 'i Dependable Representative ;;
fast two and one-half months therewith I 11rs.V.. C. Owen 'will have y
6 to 8 ;
ages taught by Mrs. Fred ,
relatives. Mr. Flaniken join- charge of the order and will be at y
I [ d them two weeks ago. On their j home Monday and Tuesday after- Nowling.The Topper assisted by Mrs. R. C. ':;: CHAS.. LEAR =;:

(return trip the family stopped for noon to take orders. A list of va- '; y
\ visit with Mr FlnnUu n'R.. mother rloties wm also be available I Beginners, for those under Box 508 Clewiston Fla.
c nUlh-j pl.v are taught by Mrs E. M, Cor- ,
n_ Mississippi ee, under! the, group order
{ nette Topic: ''fThe', Heavenly Path1 '
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.. Our PresidentsA


Jefferson, Madison, Monroe,
11HEAR9ES John Quincy Adams, Van Bur-

ypr ,' rr4f.ty L en and Buchanan served as

..secretary. of state. '
iiii4i Grant and Taft served as sec '
r ,.!, retary of war, and Hoover as

secretary States Nine were Presidents of commerce.born of to the very United poor :

JIHIL JIERILTAG1hrJa4 ] J Je families. The others were born

ll.% iL ly\ # i h in' varied circumstances, most-

ly middle class folks. Washington rr

S Joseph McCord WNU Service. became one of the great j

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CHAPTER XII-Continued I "You saw the car out there, didn't "Just how strange it all is. Father the time comes," Lee answered Lincoln entered the White <

-13- 1 I you? I'll go, if you'll drive." standing in the pulpit and tell- softly. "Nothing can ever separateus House almost penniless, but ;
I since the Civil most of
war our
"Pity I didn't learn you to cook "Bargain. We can have several ing people what a good woman she now Tell me it can't," she
Presidents have been of
more," said Pink. "If I was a little hours to ourselves. I promised father was. Miss Emmons there, too. entreated. "Just once more." moderate men '

spryer and the dominie wasn't I would show up for dinner. Perhaps she knows more than any- "Funny girl! What could separateus means.

alone, I'd ask you to take me along. We had only a moment. And I wantto body in the world, what it's all ?"

You want to watch out for them see your mother before we go." about."
Canucks." A reminiscent look came "Of course. I'll send her down.She's "I hope so." CHAPTER Xin

into Pink's gray eyes. "You know, waiting upstairs for me to get "That's what I was thinking of.

I joined up with a bunch of 'em over the shock. I won't be but a She's on the way out. You and I When Dale reached the parson-

during the late ruckus. They're the minute." really are just coming in. I "sup- age he went directly to the study.As --

devil's own in a scrap. Don't you "Dale! What a pleasant surprisethis pose it's that way" all the time. he had hoped he found his father -

go startin"anything with 'em unless is!" was Mrs. Brady's greet- "Dale, dear! Lee's hand came there. Farwell laid aside his
to finish it. And when that man plantedan out and caught his in a fierce little
you want ing, young pen and leaned back in his chair.
say, I don't know how long you're impulsive kiss on her cheek and clutch. "Don't talk like that. IIcan't "Let me hear something about

go in' to be around here, but I hope escorted her to her favorite chair. bear it. If anything happenednow "
your new position Dale he AGENTS
I-I think I'd die! The
you don't have to 'spend all your "Isn't it, though?" he beamed. moss- gested. "Just where are you go-'

time with the girl friend. We may "I'm the one who's lucky." agate eyes were brimming with ing?" MEN to sell Lifetime Metal. Permanent
not have a chance to be together sudden tears. SOCIAL SECURITY CARDS. Can earn $10a
"We to hear of
are so delighted "Into the Missinaibi Is
"Lady Lee!" Dale exclaimed re- country. day easily and retain present Job. Wm.
again for a while. More pie? Lee Hament. CG5 W. Lex. St., Balto., Md.
your good fortune. was so excited morsefully. "I didn't mean to." the atlas handy? I'll show you.
"No thanks. I'm going to have a
she scarcely could tell me "There beside On the lower
"I know. She mustered a smile. you.
shower, answered Dale. about it. She insisted that I call "
"You I love much. It shelf. Fires
what I said see, you so Costly
"Well don't forget
her father and tell him. He is "
Dale laid
makes that volume the table
dominie. Pal around with me way. on I
about the
him some. He's been missin' you a very much" pleased and anxious to- "Well, nothing is going to happen.It and leafed through it until he Figures from the United States
see you. couldn't. Not now." located the desired map.
forest service show that there
lot. are
told me "I do wish we could drive over "I don't believe it could. It seemsto "I'll be starting from Minneapolis -
"I know. I'm almost forest fires
you an even 150,000
I'll him to: Staten, said Lee when he helpedher me that I have known and loved ," he began importantly. "Thengo
Pink. Of. give each
course year, burning over an area
all the time I can." into ,the car. "But it's too far. you always. And it's really been up the north shore-like this. I of approximately 40,000,000 acres.
Where shall we go? but few months hasn't it? After don't know the
"Count on you for dinner, can a exact route yet. But These fires destroy timber val-
"I was hoping would want to went I used to find I'm to strike
we?"" you you away my- for the Missinaibi River ued at $150,000,000 and burn up

"Of course. I'll be here." and follow it to some point along 15,000,000,000 board feet of lum-
"Fine. I'll be barbecuin' the fat- here. ber. It takes approximately

ted calf." "It looks as if 'dt might be rough 000 board feet of lumber to builda

Later in the afternoon, when Jona- and sparsely settled country." five-room house, which means

than Farwell returned from the funeral "It is. I'm going to make a hunt that forest fires destroy enough

he came directly to the kitchen '1 for gold. But no one is supposed to lumber in this country each year I

where Pink was bustling about. I know that." Dale's blue. eyes were to build 100,000 five-room houses! J

"Has Dale returned?" alight with excitement. "I'll haveto -The American Wildlife Institute.
"Not yet. I guess he's fussin'," use a canoe and Indian .guides.

the cook decided, closing his oven Mr. Kelsey says ." /

carefully. He turned to look at the "Whom did you say?" Farwell
tall black figure in the doorway. 1v broke in sharply. His head still :
5 "
"Well, Dominie, l'' hear us old folksis was bent over the atlas. AND (

goin' to be left at the fireside "Oh, didn't I tell you? Wade Kel- MOLllESNOWWHITE I IOC

again." sey. He's the man who is sendingme

"Yes. Dale plans to go north in up there... He's a mining man.

June." A great friend of Doctor Payne." Truth Shows :

"Well, that's what guys can expect "Then you met this man." Do the truth ye know, and you i

when they raise a family. I "I'll say I did. He came downto shall learn the truth you need to '

was telling the kid how he wantedto the U to consult Payne on the know.-G. Macdonald. -

keep an eye on them Canada proposition. He wanted to send a

boys. I wouldn't mind meetin' up man up there to make a report (!l

with some of them buddies once and the chief suggested me. I'm r

more. They could take it. I'll say to make a survey while the snow CONSTIPATED?

that for them." is off the ground and to take all the
Here Is Amazing Relief for
"They died well." A note of harsh- time I need. Of course all my expenses Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels

ness almost in Farwell's voice. "Do y r, x paIf
lit J ; alike lust try th13
you expect Dale for dinner?" ; salary in addition. I may have to rayetaDla laxatlroa8o .
AI "'::JJI:7 mild thorough, refreshing -
"Sure. He'll be on hand. He layout some money for my outfit, Invigorating. Dependable relief from
sick headaches bilious spells tired feeling when
promised me. t but I guess I can manage that." associated with constipation.
get a 25c box of NR from yourIrluIOllt -.
"Let me know if you need any- Risk druggist. Make the test-then
Lenora Brady was slightly inco- thing." If not delighted return the box to us. We will
refund the purchase
herent when she flung;open the front '"Thanks, Father. If I do, it will price. That'. fair. e
Tablets today.
Get NR
door for a young man who came --- be a loan this time ."
bounding up her porch steps. ALWAYS CARRY
"Dale! Dale! Is it really you? "If anything happened now, I I think I'd die!" "Dinner! Pink's strident voice r ?w o. QUICK RELIEF f
interrupted from the lower hall. FOR ACID
Come in quick. Shut that door!" there. We will before I self wishing that I had told '! "
go go away. you "I must wash up, Dale remarked INDIGESTION '
There brief interval with- ?
was a What do you say if we run out and about it sooner. But I couldn't have hurriedly. "See you downstairs, Fa

out words. park on the ,top of Allen's Hill for a very well. Just the same, I feel ther." i

"You'll have" to excuse me. I'ma time? I like the view there." that we wasted time." A few moments later, he was in Doubling Joy 1

cry-baby. Lee winked back her '"I'd love it." "We'll try to make it up," Dale the dining room chatting with Mul- Every man rejoices twice when i

tears with a laugh. I think I came "Then, I shall take you up into an smiled. "We have years and years grew as they waited for Doctor Far- he has a partner of his joy.- i
near fainting with excitement "
exceeding high mountain and show- coming to us. well to put in an appearance. Taylor. ;
when I heard voice. I
your never eth all the of this "Do you suppose that you'll. ever .
dreamed of it being you! Why didn't you kingdoms' "Didn't the dominie hear? Pink ..
be ? .
world and the glory. There are sorry demanded. "The calf's goin' to behavin'
you prepare me? "No. I never will be I ,
sorry. "
special to today. chill
some peaks see a pretty quick.
really wasn't time. I
came away on such short notice. "You mustn't tempt me too far love you more than anybody in the" "Why,' yes. He heard," Dale said. sore eyes 1
world. It will always be like that.
Do you mind?" and Watch out for that car, "I was telling him about 'the job up
"I know. But my chin gets wob- north when called. I'd worse and the longer !
Sir Lucifer. you just get
t "Mind! I'm so excited I can't
talk." She patted his hand. "I,was Sudden silence stilled their lively : bly far every time I I've think got of you to going been giving him all the dope I had you let them go; Leonardi's f

writing a letter to you when the flow of talk when Dale parked the so Dale.away. You'll be worry off from my"new boss, Wade 'Kelsey, "Golden Eye Lotion cures inflammation ;
phone rang. And when Hattie said car on the summit of Allen's Hill from everybody. There won't even and and soreness with- a

some man wanted to speak to me and the two sat watching the land- be letters. If you were hurt or sick, "GawdJ"Mulgrew's! small face out pain in one day. Cooling, r
unrolled their feet. Woods was ashen.
e scape at I might know nothing about it for a healing, strengthening.LEONARDI'S t
"You thought it was Pliny," Dale and farm lands basking in the early long time." His gray eyes stared helplessly.
afternoon Locust Hill "Pink!" Dale leaped forward and
volunteered. "I want that letter sunlight.
just the same." among its trees, two miles to the "Don't worry, dear. Nothing can caught the man by his white shoul- GOLDEN EYE LOTION
happen to me as long as you love
"This is better than a million let- east. The slender spire of Old Whit me. And I know you do." ders.it "What's happened? What is MAKES WEAK EYES STRONG

ters!" thrust above a sea of green. ? 3SC at all Jrvggliti I
""So terribly. I'll try to keep my "
'"Kid Pink's
tongue wet his
"I kept my promise, didn't I?" "What are you so busy thinking chin up while I have you here and New Large Silt with Dropper-30 anti
"So wonderfully, dear. I believe about, Dale?" Lee asked it gently. Oh Dale lips. They were trembling oddly. 8.B.Leonard! & Co., New Rochelle, N.T.
can see you every day. "Kid best and
been you'd go up see your
you always will. For some minutes she
I have some gossip for you. It s dad."
"I'll do my'best, Lady Lee." I watching his contemplative eyes bad news." l
Dale. hastened upstairs. "Father,
Looking into the distance.
"Go on. Break it. I must ask something." OffendingIanners
Dale gave a glowing account of "Oh-things," he admitted, with- "Evelyn is away. She and her you Virtue itself often offends when '

the future to Lee. Old Payne had out shifting his gaze.uI supposeit mother have gone to Europe. I "Well .? came a muffled coupled with bad manners.- ." '
the the
voice from man facing win-
been a trump to recommend him. sounds queer. But just now it was going to tell you in the letter." Holmes. :
The swivel chair
It seemed that this chap Kelsey hada was about the funeral over there." "Tough." dow. swung

lot of interests and there was no He nodded in the direction of the "And that isn't all. Pliny resigned about reluctantly. Dale caught his
at sight father'sface
telling what the Canada job might church. "That's where father went his position with the gas breath "

lead to. Dale was going to do his this afternoon." company and has gone into the bank the lackluster black eyes peering up at
in stare.
best to make good right from the "I know. It's Helen Emmons. with Mr. Marblestone. So. ." him a "
"When I went down, Dale be-
start. He would too."It's "
remember her don't ?
you "I'm resigned, too. Pliny hasn'ta
"I felt that something was
wonderful, Lee sighed. "I gan,
feel, too, that it's the start of happi- "Of course. She was one of those thing on me. wrong. I was talking to Pink and Help Them Cleanse the Blood /
three sisters. Always together and "Sure you're not sorry? of Harmful Body Waste "
ness for us. Only I dread to *
far Dale dear see you" always dressed in black. I sat in "What's the use?" :"What did he tell you?" Your kidneys are constantly filtering .
so .
go away. ,
"Yes?" the pew with them the first SundayI And so lengthening shadows found "Nothing. But he Father, waste kidneys matter sometimes from the lag blood in their stream.work-do But .

was here." themwatching the world at their who is Wade Kelsey?" not act aa Nature Intended-fail to remove .f
"You must help me not to be self- impurities that, if retained,
ish with you. We must think of your "Did you ever hear anything feet. Farwell sighed wearily. He pulled poison the system and upset the whole may !1
father. But you'll give me about them?" "I'm afraid we should be going, himself to his feet, holding to the body machinery. /
every "Can't that I did." Lee sighed regretfully. "I hate to table with both hands. His face Symptoms may be nagging backache {
minute you can, won't you? say persistent headache,attacks of dizziness i
"Do you have to ask?" "I've often wished I knew the see this day go. It's, the happiest I was a white mak of misery. "Sit getting up nights, swelling puffiness J

"Yes. It's because I am selfish whole story. They say that Miss have ever known, Dale." here on the bed, Dale. We will talkas anxiety under the and e'es-a loss of feeling pep and of strength.nervous ;.

about sharing' my heart and geolo- Helen-she was the oldest-was en- "I know. I feel the same way. two men." He dropped heavilyto Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder -

!gist. Have you those blue goggles?" gaged to be married when she wasa But it isn't gone. THat is, if you'll a place at Dale's side and sat frequent may urination.be burning., ecanty or too 1.

"Not yet. I think mosquito net- young girl. Her lover died. Her let me come over for a little while in brooding silence.TO treatment There should ia wiser be no than doubt neglect.that prompt Use! h}

ting will be more appropriate, sisters have never left her throughall after dinner." ( BE CONTINUED) Doan't Pills.Doan't have been winningnew

from what I hear." these years and all three have "I was almost afraid to suggest it. friends have lot nation-wide more than forty years.
They a
"It does sound thrilling. Indians worn mourning. It makes you won- Of course I want you to. I'll drop Iron More Elastic Than Rubber Are recommended by grateful reputation.people tho

and everything. Maybe you'll fall der about Miss Eloise and Miss you at your house as we go in." Rheologists, those who study thft country over. Ask your ntighoorlI I j'

in love with a squaw, Dale." Jane. They gave their lives to Hel- "Some day we'll be going home flow and elasticity of matter, say

"I just wouldn't wonder. Now, en. And now she has gone. Why together. Just you and I. Perhapsit that an iron bar under certain con- (IIi

let's plan for this afternoon. It's did you think about her just now, will not be so long now." ditions is more elastic than a rubber

Dale "You know I'll be ready whenever band.
gorgeous out. Couldn't we run off? ?






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Western Newspaper Union. Well, Isn't It?
"Zoup, sir?" asked the waiter.

I Snoopie : I 0I Lesson for October 9 "I don't"know what you're talk- {
I ing about, said the diner. !
"Well, you know what hash is?
is "
Zoup looser.
I LESSON TEXT-Exodus 20:4.6; 32:1-8: !
John 41924. "Put yourself in his place,"
1 g GOLDEN TEXT-God:: Is a Spirit: and
: ( G they that worship him must worship him In says a lecturer. But the wise girl
: spirit and In truth.-John 4:24. prefers putting: him in his place.
f / cmve1kQA '.
1e "The First Commandment bids us I Thick'
to worship God exclusively; the Second i
Boogy-Do know it's
'Toys you a comfort -
bids us to worship Him spir-
to have
a head like mine?
Flies itually. The First Commandment .Woogy-Yeah? solid comfort. ,
forbids us to worship false gods; i
the Second forbids us to worship the
I r y true God under false forms" (Far- YOU KNOW HIM?

rar). Israel had lived among the -

; Egyptians, a people known for their i i&t
worship of images, and was aboutto ij j
) enter into Canaan where there I
were many false gods. The Lord
was therefore careful not only to .

forbid the worship of other gods, but (1\,. =- "(
L-J I also to forbid the making of imagesof .
any kind, whether they represented ??

the many gods of heathendom, or
were attempts to symbolize the true

; "r ? God. In studying this lesson we Mrs. Newrich-Oh, yes, we've {

4 need to exercise care lest we miss come up a lot. We're real mem-
. the point by talking only of the godsof bers of the bon ton.
t.i'" wood and stone which the heathen Mrs. Plainsmith The Bong

worship, and fail to apply the truthto tong, eh? My laundryman belongsto
f: 2r any improper use of images the Li Lung Tong.NERVOUS. ;
.;: which may prevail in our land and t '

r in the present day.I. j

True Worship Required (Exod.
f} /) ?
f. 20:4-6).
,/' r This commandment expressly for-
- bids idolatry in any form. The in- Do you feel so nervous you want to scream?
Are cross and irritable? Do
you scold
t a, junction is twofold. (1) Men are those dearest to you? r
r : forbidden to make any material If your nerves are on edge and you feel
need a good general system tonic, try
likeness which to them represents a Eau E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound,
being to be worshiped. It mattersnot made especially for women. "
For over 60 years one woman has told
A (Copjrrlchr, W. !:. 1,'.) whether it be an image of what how to go"smiling thru"with reliable another -
, men believe God to be like, or the Pinkham's Compound.; It helps nature build
up more physical resistance and thus helps
image of an angelic being, a heavenly calm quivering nerves and lessen discomforts
body, in fact "anything that is from annoying symptoms which often accompany
I ONLY SAID in the heaven above," or on the Why not female give functional it a chance disorders.to help YOU?

I, .::\ IF PItOGBMARRlfD\ ME- earth-such as a man or animal; or Over one million women have written in
reporting wonderful benefits from Pinkham's
:., ::::. WE; WOULD LIVE MANSE under the water-such as a fish. (2) Compound.
? I AT THE OLDMANSE If such objects have been made
P : either by ourselves or others we may

(, not bow down to them, nor render Obedient First

any service to them. He who obeys with modesty appears -
I --t Observe that obedience to this worthy of being some daya
command brings rich blessing to : commander.-Cicero.

Il, 0 "thousands" (v. 6), whereas disobe-

r-, ', dience is a curse" -not only to the
man who disobeys, but also to his '
C.'p descendants. Spiritual blight so COE\1i\ ATE D ?

; often runs through whole families,
Don't Let Gas Herve Pressure

while .spiritual life just as often ,
blesses those who follow us. I Keep You Miserable.

II. False Worship Established When lOU are constipated two thing
(Exod. 32:1-8). !lappen. FIRST: Accumulated wastes swell
up the bowels and press on nerves in the digestive
', It comes to us as a real shock tract. This nerve pressure causes headaches
a dull lazy feeling, bilious tpells, loss
that a people so highly privileged, of appetite,and dizziness. SECOND: Partly
so well-instructed and so ably led digested food starts to decay forming GAS,'
bringing on sour stomach, acid indigestion,
as Israel should turn to idolatry.The and heartburn, bloating you up until you
-I THOUGHT YOU SAID story reveals the depravity of sometimes gasp for breath. Then you can't
eat. You can't sleep. Your stomach ia sour.
THE OLD MANS the human heart. Their excuse that I You feel tired out, grouchy, and miserable.
Adlenka gives the DOUBLE ACTIONyou
Moses was gone was only an excuse need. This you efficient carminative cathartic
w : '' n without foundation.Let relieves that awful GAS almost at once. It
,- ; lest usually clears the bowels in leas than two
" us be careful we be mis- hours. No waiting for overnight relief.
led or indeed, mislead ourselves into Sold d oil drug store
\ creating a God after the concept of

our own heart and mind. We, like Firm Teaching

Israel, may be tempted to "makeus Experience teaches slowly, and
ByJ. gods" to which we'will bow down at the cost of mistakes.Froude.BLACKMAN .
and worship. It may not be out of
Millar Watt place at this point to warn 'against
a folly which seems to have laid
rMlsreR. hold of the church, that of almost
deifying our Christian leaders. A
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..,' (v. 22) or some other external device Trick of Humorist
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, E this should be true when the gra Artemas Ward, always got the keen-

,.. cious and delightful way to worshipis est delight in puzzling his audience.In .
through personal spiritual. com- the middle of a lecture he would
R munion between God and man. hesitate, stop and say, "Owing to a
.. Deadening formalism is not our slight indisposition, we will now
only enemy. There is the powerless have an intermission of a quarter of
r preachment of modernism-and in an hour." Then, rubbing his hands,
; D s all honesty must we not admit that the humorist would say, "But dur-
p Y ss I2 even some so-called fundamentalism ing the intermission I will go on
has in many respects lost the with my lecture!"
5r2q true spirit of the faith for which it
contends. We who cherish
the truth of God's Word will shun '60c 4 s $ .
' modern liberalism. We may not be
tempted to'obscure the worship of
: pi
God by formalism. But we may be
in danger of a dead orthodoxy, being (111..0
i By !5U I as someone said "orthodox r. Brings Blessed Relief

IC>, .. C. Mi Payne about 13"or everything failing except to worship 1 Corinthians Godin from aches and pains ofRHEUMATISM

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ernment- so far as it affects con- is unknown and -, her husband, members of the County Board of providing for their government Jurist ,
FORMULA whose Christian and surname are Public Instruction of said County for diction and powers, or altering or
AAA GIVES tinental production and marketing both unknown if alive; Mrs. L. A. the validation of bonds and bond amending the same, be passed unless /' '

would permit Florida to utilize its Wombacker and L. .\. Wombacker, Issue of 33000.00, issued under notice of intention to apply therefor -d
her husband if alive: Mary E. authority of Chapter, :;7(1( et. secu of shall have been published Jn the manner ::
IN I natural resources in the productionof Wright, if unmarried divorced or a the Revised General.. Statutes of provided by law where the matter y'or .,
FOR REDUCTION a non-surplus crop in" the Ever- widow, and ". if married. Mary E. Florida, and pursuant' to resolutions thing to be affected may be situated $ ,. !
-. whose ,married surname is and proceedings of the Mid'. Board which notice shall be published, '
glades. her husband and with the assent of majority
unknown. .and t in the manner provided by law atf
"The .employment thus createdfor vhooe' Christian and surname are of the votes cast at a special election least thirty days prior to introduction-/ f
1939 CANE ACREAGE both unknown if alive; Pearl Wright, held on May 17th. 1938. ','for that into the Legislature of any such bill.
many thousands of persons a widow, if alive; and John Zvolanck. ,purpose, said bonds being Issued to The evidence that such notice has been ''I'
would result in increased demandfor also known as .Tnor Zvolanek, and : provide funds for the improvementof published shall be established in the '
Mrs. John Zvolanck. his'wife if; public free school buildings and before such bill shall be
Agricultural Adjustment Ad-: and consumption of those alive; and if any of the above named grounds in said District, and, that Legislature passed and such evidence shall be 11
all said petition will be heard before
persons be dead parties j
this week crops now on a surplus basis in the Honorable filed or preserved with the bill in the
ministration made public i interests under such deceased person George W. Whitehurst, of State in ;
other parts of the nation." or persons, or otherwise all parties Judgo of said Court in chambers at office of the Secretary
its formula for apportioning acreage claiming interests under Peter A. LaBelle, Florida, on the 26th day of such manner as the Legislature 'j"'. .
to Florida and Louisiana sugar Hanson, deceased or otherwise and October A. D. 1938, at the hour of provide, and the fact that such notice ,;,
all unknown persons 'having or claiming ten clock A\ M. on said date, and was established in the Legislature)
growers for the year 1939. The Nationwide Campaign an Interest in the real property you and each of you are hereby shall in every case be recited upon the '.,

sugar quota for the year was reduced -I I lyingand being situate in the Countyof notified and required to appear before Journals of the Senate and of the
I Ilendry, :State: of Florida to-wit: the said Judge at the time and place House of Representatives; PROVIDED -
a couple of weeks ago to i above however no publication of any
I I NWtf of the NWU of the SW',4 specified to show cause, if
.106,000 short tons for the (Continued from page one) of Section 23. Township .13 South, any you have or If any there be. ] such law shall be required hereunder
why said bonds shall not be validated when such law contains a provisionto
land producing areas as maiU-j I sufficient to provide an American Range SE'i. of 34 the East NWU; of the :SWUof : and confirmed as is authorized by I the effect that the same shall not

ed with an estimated crop of standard of living.Condemning Section 23. Township 43 South, law. and as is prayed in said petition become operative or effective until
WITNESS my official signature UK ratified or approved at a referendum
000 short tons this year I' the present practice Range NWU:34)of East the :SWU of the SW1A. Clerk of said Court, and the seal of election to be called and held in the

necessary a sharp reduction in ac- of restricting sugar production in of Section 23. Township 43 South, Raid Court hereto affixed at the territory affected in' accordance witha
Court house in LaBelle, Florida on provision therefor contained in such
34- East
reage for the coming year. the continental United States, president Range ; this 30th day of September 1938. bill or provided by general law.
SEU of the, SWU of the SWU '.::;
''' :
The plan is to allot to each Tom Smith asks why it would of Section 23, Township 13 South, (SEAL) WILLIAM T.' HULL, ; t

grower In 1939 seventy-five per cent not be just as fair and reasonableto Range 34 East; Clerk Circuit Court, Hendry A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing ::i;> ':::fan
SWU of the :SWU:: of the SEr County, Florida. Amendment to Section 2 of ArticleIX 'J'i, ;.
of the 1938 allotment, the market- restrict the production of al of Section 23. Township 43 South of the Constitution of Florida Relating -' ;:

ing quota to be broken down in other products produced In this Range 34 East: LOUIS Solicitor O.for GRAVELY Petitioners., to Taxation and Finance by --' :i'
SE?+ of the SWU of the SEU Adding Thereto a Requirement That : :',}.
proportionate shares translated into country and permit foreign nationsto of Section 23, Township 43 South, No. 157-Sept. 30. Oct. 7, 14, 21. the Legislature Shall Provide for ...( -.f

acreage allotments. Any grower's supply our needs. RlIng34 East; Raising Revenue to Defray State Appropriations "
SEU of the SE'of the SE% Made for the Benefit of '
share must not exceed sixty per Florida has this land suitable of Section Township 43 South. the Uniform System of Public Free ,

cent of his land found suitable for for production; capital is Kjnsfe ?4 East; NOTICE_ TO CnI:DITOIlS.In Schools and of the State Institutions ;
sugar W% of the NEU of the NEE of Higher Learning 'as a Part of the
cultivation of cane this year. to expand the industry: and of Section of the Equal'c :
ready 35, Township 43 South. Court of County Judge, Hendry expenses State on an
Exceptions are to "be made for put thousands to work, investing Range 21 East: County, Florida ity Therewith.BE .
small or new producers. millions in the development Smith of Section 35, Township 43 South, LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA -
share of five acres is to be Range 31 East and eaCH of you are hereby
mum Florida ;
points out, and adds that the :- notified and required to present any : That the following amendmentof
established and farms having thir- of Commercewill E ,S of the SWU of the NEU accounts, cl-lms and demands which Section 2 of Article IX' of the Constitution ', ,
Junior Chamber ', ,
of'Section 35 43 South
Township ,
of Florida relating to tax-
either of have
ty acres or less suitablefor cane carry its appeal to over 100,000 Range 34 East; against you, or the estate you of may Milton H. ation and finance be and the same is .,- .

production will average a share the 'V'A: of the 'V1of the NEU Crouch Deceased, late of said .County hereby agreed to and shall be submitted .'" '-tl-. ,
individual Jayceesthroughout of Section 35 43 ,
Township. South. to the qualified electors of the
For to the Honorable W. T. :Maddox. County .
of one-third of such acreage. country to use their influence toward Range 34 East; judge 'of Hendry County Florida, State of Florida for ratification or 1-"r. :.:

farms having more than thirty fair deal and an EVj of the SEU of the NE1% at" Ills office in the Court House in rejection at the next ensuing general ; ..'
-' minimum share will be securing" a of Section 35. Township 43 South, the City of LaBelle. Florida, within election to be held in November, 1938. :: : ,.' "
acres the increased quota. for sugar pro- Range 34 East:: : eight calendar months from date That is to say that Section 2 of Article /J"' /
10 acres plus one-fourth of the 'Vuof the SEU of the NEU of the first publication of this notice. IX of the Constitution of Florida be ':.<
of' the thirty duction in the United States. l of Section 35, Township 43 South, Each 'claim or demand must be and the same is hereby amended so .. :,11
acreage in excess Range 31 East; in writing and must state the placeof as to read as follows: ,; "

acres providing the grower has E*, of the NEU of 'the NWU residence and post office addressof "Section 2. The Legislature shall ., '

with certain so -conser- of Section 35, Township 43 South, the claimant and must be sworn i provide for raising revenue to defray .
complied THE ADS Range 34 East; to by the claimant, his agent or his the expenses of the State including '. ..
vating practices. Under this plan READ W'S of the NE1of the NW I% attorney, or the same will not be state appropriations for the benefit j r,

ten acres or of. Section 35 Township 43 South, allowed and paid and will become of the uniform system of public free "
many growers having Range 34 East; void according to law. schools provided in accordance with .n.'
less would not be required to reduce EVz of the SWU of the NWU Dated this the 23 'day of SeptemberA. Article XII of tne Constitution and .,
and many of IV TUB CIRCUIT COURT OF Till of Section 35, Township 43 South, D., 1938 of the State Institutions of Higher '
their acreage TWKLKTII JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Range 34 East; CARL H. BERNER. Learning, for each ffscal year, and alsoa

the cane fields iu Louisiana are )1'IIOHID.IN AND FOR IIgNDIlYCOUNT W$ of the'J, of the NWU Administrator of the Estate sufficent sum to pay the principle ,
tracts o'f ten acres or less. \', IN CILINCEHY.NO. of Section 35. Township 43 South, of Milton H. Crouch, Deceased. and interest of the existing Indebtedness .
small 1 No. 155-Sept. 23, 30. Oct. 7 14 21 .
S2S: Range 34 East: of the State. > : '
None of the Florida plantationsare I RECONSTRUCTION FINANCE Erg of the SEU of the NWU '';''; }; ,
among*\ of Section 35, Township 43 South, .
so 'small even the independent CORPORATION, a corporation A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing _
Range 34 East; .
organized and existing under an Amendment to Article XIV of the I ,
growers. the laws of the United States. W% of the SEU of the NWU NOTICE OF ELECTION Constitution of Florida Relating to ,f .,
'Indications are that properties Plaintiff. of Section 35, Township 43 South, the State Militia by Adding Thereto ;..Iq'
v. Additional '
to cane for the an Section Specially ap-
and 'E% of the NEU of the SWU
legislature plicable to the Federally Recognized
1939 harvest in Louisiana and ANDREWS his wife, of Section 35 Township 13 South, WHEREAS the of 1937 "
AUDREY : Troops Known as the Florida Nation :
under the Constitution of 1885, of the
bill : Ranee 34 East
in the : -
Florida will produce a great ex- and others Defendants.named NV3' of the NWU: of the SWU State of Florida did pass four Joint al Guard. ,

cess over the marketing quota un-I PUBLICATION J of Section 35. Township 43 South, Resolutions proposing amendments to BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- .
I ORDER OF Ranp-e 34 East: the Constitution of the State of Florida LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLOR- '
less growers comply with the AAA'sproduction It appearing by the sworn bill of SWU of the NWU of the SWU and the same were agreed to bya IDA: That the following amendment ;

limitation program. ) complaint filed herein that the plaintiff of Section 35, Township 43 South, vote of three fifths of all the members to Article XIV of the Constitution of .::.
is entitled to an order of publication Range 34 East; elected to each house; that the Florida relating to the State :Militiaby
-Growers must comply with the I SEU of the NWU of the SWU votes on said Joint Resolutions were addingthereto an additional Sec-

AAA program to qualify for ben- IT ORDERED: that the defendants of Section 35. Township 43 South, entered upon their respective Journals tion to' be known as Section 5 of said J
Alice Baker a 'widow; G. C. Range 34 East: i with the yeas and nays thereon, and Article XIV specially applicable to
efit payments. Bantz as Trustee and Mis. G; C. WIf of the SWU of the \'SWU they did determine and direct that the federally recognized State troops

----. Il Bantz. his wife; Mary Burke and of Section 35. Township 43 South, the said Joint Resolutions be submittedto known as the National Guard is here-
Dennis W. Burke, her husband, if Range 34 East. the electors of the State at the by agreed to and shall be submittedto
Net Profit Of- alive: Reinhardt W. Boerner and E'/ii of the SEU? of the -SWU General Election in November 1938. the electors of the State of Florida _
\, Emma Boerner, his wife. If alive; of Section Township 43 South, NOW, THEREFORE. I. R., A. Gray for ratification or rejection at the "'-__.-
I Durdick and 1Irs.Simon Bur- Range 34 East: Secretary of State of the State of next General Election to be held in ,
I sic. his wife; Eva I. Brandon if W% of the SEU of the SWU Florida, do hereby give notice that a 1938, as follows: j

(Continued from page one) unmarried, divorced or a widow, and of Section 35, Township 43 South, GENERAL ELECTIONwill "Section 5. FLORIDA NATIONAL -"!
If married. Eva I. -, whose married Range 34 East; GUARD.-a) Whenever there shall
9.13: cent this be held In each county In Floridaon
per year unknown and -,
crease, surname is and Ei of the NEU of the SEU Tuesday next succeeding the first be in the State of Florida a federally

against 9.21 last year. The average her husband both whose unknown Christian if: alive: of Section 35. Township 43 South, Monday in November, A. D. 1938 the recognized National Guard, the same
surname are
acre in tons of cane was Carbone and Range 34 East: said Tuesday being the shall be sui generis and subject tc
yield per John Carbone Frank
W% of the NEW of the SEU the lawful orders of the Governor,
35.02 as compared with 35.29 the Vincent Giordano co-partners Brothers doing& of Section 35, Township 43 South, EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBERfor who shall be Commander in Chief.
business 'as Carbone Range 34 East: the ratification or rejection of the (b) The National Guard shall be sup-
previous year with a proportionate I Company: Thomas C. Camel and Mrs. E% of the SW1of the SEU said Joint Resolutions proposing ported and maintained by the Stateof ;"0.

decrease in the average yield of Thomas C'A.Garner Carrier his, wife if unmarried, if alive;, of Section 35. Township 43 South, amendments to the Constitution of the Florida pursuant to provisions of &
Florence 34 East State of Florida viz law prescribed for organizing
The Range ; : arming,
acre. average hourly divorced widow and if married
sugar per or a ,
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingthe governing and disciplmg said National
Florence A. -, whose mar- W% of the SV1of the SEU
grind was 194.68 tons, about seven ried surname is unknown and -. of Section 35, Township 43 South, Amendment of Section 7 of ArticleX Guard in accordance with the Acts of .

tons higher than the previous year her husband whose Christian and Range 34 East: of the Constitution. Relating to the Congress and regulations of the Unit- '
surname arc both unknown; JohonnesChi E'A of the RE1of the SEU Exemption of Homesteads from Tax- ed States War Department thereunto "
and lost time from all causes was, Fredericksen and Mrs. Johonnes of Section 35, Township 43 South, ation. pertaining. (c) Officers of the federally

reduced from 10.89' per cent to 'hi Fredericksen, his wife, if alive: I Range: 34 East: BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS- recognized National Guard, including -
E A. Crawford and Mrs. E. A. Crawford WIA of the SEU of the SEU LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLOR- the Adjutant General, shall
8.89 per cent.A his wife, if alive; Edward A. of Section 3.'. Township 43 South, IDA: That the following amendmentof be appointed, and shall be subject to

low temperature during the Crawford and Mrs.' Edward A. Craw- Range 34 East; Section 7 of Article X of the Con- suspension, discharge, removal or compulsory -

caused I ford, his wife if alive; B. J. Cun- EIS of the NET of the NEU stitution of the State of Florida relating retirement as such, solely on I"
season ,of 29 degrees some ningham and Mrs. B. J. Cunningham, of Section 1, Township 44 South, to the exemption of homesteadsfrom the basis of military proficiency, character I

damage to cane and contributed toa his wife if alive; John Davidsen, also Range 34 East: taxation be, and the same Is and service, as determined ac- -,
iu I known as John Davidson, and Mrs. W',6 of the NEU of the NEU hereby, agreed to, and shall be sub- cording army regulations and usages
small extent the decrease in .Tohn Davidsen. his wife, if alive; J. of Section 1. Township 44 South, mitted to the electors of the Stateat sanctioned by law anything in this

profit for the corporation. Other P. Gilmore and Mrs. J. P. Gilmore, Range 34 East: the General Election of Representa- Constitution to the contrary notwith-
his wife, if alive: GlennV.. Haven EVi of the NWU' of the NET atives in 1938, for approval or rejec- tanding, (d) The qualification of officers -
factors( in this decrease were highercost and Mrs. Glenn W. Haven his wife, of Section 1, Township 44 South. tion; that Is to say, that the said and soldiers of the Federally

of materials, supplies trans- if alive: Victor H. Haven and Mrs. Range 34 East: Section 7 of Article X' of the Con- Recognized National Guard shall be
Haven his wife. if alive of the NEU prescribed in mil I tar regulations
Victor H. ; W% of the NWU stitution be amended so as to read as 3'
portation and taxes, and a decreasein Oscar Hildebrand and Mrs. Oscar Hil- of Section 1, Township 44 South, follows promulgated in accordance with the

value of 56 per cent on the debrand. his wife, if alive; Abbie Range 34 East; : general specifications of the U. S.. -
Hise, if unmarried divorced or a E% of the SWU of the NEU Every person who has the legal titleor War Department.
by-product, black-strap molasses. .. beneficial title in equity to real
widow and if married. Abbie -
of Section 1. Township 44 South, The votes cast in compliance with
whose married and is unknown property In this State and who resides -
these increaseof
Despite conditions an Range 34 East: said proposed amendments, and the -
and -,. her husband thereon and in good faith makes
Will of the SWU of the NEH canvass, declarations and
only 2 per cent was shown in and'surname the his her permanent home, returns
whose Christian are same or
44 South
of Section 1. Township thereof, shall be subject to the same
the production of a ton of cane. both unknown, if alive; Fred W. Range 31 East: or the permanent home of another or regulations and restrictions as are
Holm also known as Fred W. Halm, W% of the NEU of the NWU others legally or naturally dependentupon provided by law for general elections
Processing, or excise taxes deducted Fred W. Holm his wife said shall be entitled to
jnd Mrs ; of Section 1. Township 44 South, person, in the State of Florida.IN .
from the proceeds of sugar sales I Olive H. Johnson, if unmarried ".dIvorced Range 34 East: an exemption from all taxation, exceptfor
or a widow, and if married E'of the NWU of the NWU assessments for special benefits. TESTIMONY WHEREOF, .
during the season exceeded the Olive H. -, whose married, surname of Section I, Township 44 South up to the assessed valuation of live I' have hereunto set my

government benefit payments by is unknown. and -, her Ranee 34 East: Thousand Dollars on the said home hand and affixed the Great
husband whose Christian and surname EIof the SWU of the NWU and contiguous real property as defined (SEAL) Seal of the State of FlorIda -
more than a hundred thousand dol- are both unknown If alive; of Section; 1.: Township 44 South In Article 10, Section 1. of the at Tallahassee, the Capital -'

lars. Orin P. Kinsey and Mrs. Orin P. Kin- Range 34 East; Constitution for the year 1939 and this the 30th day of .
sey, his wife if alive: George N. I thereafter. laid title may be held by July, A. D., 1938. '
During the past season cane was Klein and Mrs. George N. Klein his AV% of the SEU of the NWU the entireties, jointly or in common R. A. GRAY. ;. ', '
wife; Martin Knutson and Ella Knut- of ,Section 1. Township 44 South with others and said exemption Secretary of State.
purchased from only three inde- may
34 East
I son, his wife, if alive: A. J. Kreldler Range ; be apportioned among such of the
pendent growers under contract and Mrs A. J. Kreidlei. his wife, if be and appear in the.above entitled owners as shall reside thereon, as their
alive; Harold I W. Landwehr and cause at the Court House for Hendry .AI
with the corporation total of respective Interests shall appear, but \
a Gladvs Landwehr his wife, if ilivoV : County. Florida, at LaBelle. Florida, of than Five .
10,023 tons. The coming season \ B. Lang and Effie O. Lang: his on Monday the 7th day of November. Thousand no such exemption Dollars shall more be allowed to ," ,
wife; 'V. J. Luttrell and Mrs. W. J. 1!\38. to answer the bill\ of complaintfiled
sees this number increased to fif- Luttrell his wife if alive John E. said: else the allegationsof anyone person or any one dwelling
; in cause not .:
teen with 1500 acres planted. Manshardt and Mrs. John E. ifan- said bill of complaint will be taken house nor allowed shall the amount of xceed the (mhJ SAFE i
Jennie Mc- defendants.This exemption any person
shardt. his wife, if alive; as' confessed by the said
The corporation acquired dur- Culloueh. if unmarried, divorced or order shall be published once the proportionate assessed valuation

ing the season a total of 2,128.45acres a widow and if married, Jennie I each week for hour consecutive weeksIn based on the interest owned by such
-. whose married surname is The Clewiston News a newspaper person. The Legislature may prescribe !, 0'
of land and now holds. title unknown and her husband of general circulation published in appropriate and reasonable laws regu- r '.;\

to 36,031.85 acres, has 3,243 acres whose Christian and surname are Hendry County, Florida. lating the manner of establishing < ;
both unknown.) If alive; John McKenna DONE AND ORDERED this 5 day right to said exemption.A .,:),)'
under lease and an option to buy I and Mrs..Tohn' McKenna his wife of October, 1938. ., '
83,197 acres. I If alive; F. M. Peacock and Atrs. F
I M. Peacock his wife; Clyde Chitles (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL. JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan \
In commenting on the results of Peck and Mrs. Clvde Charles Peckhis l Clerk: of the Circuit Court Amendment to Section 21 of Article '. I

the past season Clarence R. Bit-I wife if alive: Edwin Penisten on'1 for Hendry County, Florida. 8 of the Constitution of tho State of .
Mrs. Edwin Penisten. hf' wlfpif EVANS, :MERSHON & SAWYER, Florida Relating to the Publication of 1. 7j
ting, president of the corporation, I "silver W. H. Pontius. If ulive: Elizabeth Miami, Florida. Notice of Intention to Pass Local or ,'
declared that the corporation had S. Porter a widow if nllv: Solicitors for Plaintiff Special Laws. }., ,
i"ranci*' S. Robbins and MrC. Francis No. 158-Oct. 7, 11, 21, '28. 1938. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS-
problems relative to land utiliza- S. Robbins. htn "vif. if 8live' : W.' J LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLOR-

tion which were of equal import- Robbins and :Mrs. W. J. Robbins, hi* IDA: That the following amendment but PROFITABLE
wife if alive; Fred O. Scott itur) to'Section 21 of Article 3 of the Constitution _.
ance to and directly affected by Mnbeile L. Scott his wife; Charles IV TilE CIRCUIT COUnT OK TUB of the State of Florida as ",.

the government's limitations the eneft.:: Sr., and Mrs: Charles Seneft TWKITIl JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF amended at the general election in CThere .}
on several 1
5r.. his wife If alive: ,Agnes G. 'rllE STATE OK FLORIDA. IN AND 1928, be, and the same is hereby agreedto are places for
production of sugar in the United Shields: ) if unmarried dlvoioed or nvi'low FOR IICNDKY COUNTY, FLORIDA and shall be submitted for ratifi- 9 your savings...in a safe deposit I ," \?;
and if married. Agnes :;.
Slates. cation rejection by the qualified
or box in bonds :
married surnamis government invested
Roeclal Tax School District ) electors of the State of Florida votingat ,
> 'So long as the Federal govern- unknown and her husband, No.7, Hendry County. Florida ) the general election to be held in here, etc. The principal difference i
ment", he said, "directly or iudi-> whose Christian if and alive surname Josenh are F.Siebeit hv rind Through Its Proper ) November, A. D. 1938; that is to say is that HERE \ .(
both unknown
: yoursavings A
I :
Officers, the Members of the ) that Section 21 of Article 3 of the earn e' :
limits the number of acres and Mrs. Joseph F. Siebert, County Board of Public In- ) Constitution of the State of Florida generous profit for you.. because "
his' If alive II. L. Singletarymd
wife :
in the Everglades which etruction of said County, ) hall be amended so as to read as they work .
_.9yrectly Mrs. H. L. Singletary, his wife, VS ) constantly and profitably,
may be used in the economic pro- it alive; J. Lee Smith and Mrs. J. STATE OF FLORIDA ) follows: amply secured by
THE homes.
.ec Smith, his' wife. if alive; SusanE. ) Section 21. In all cases enumeratedin many
duction of sugar, of which we now Steidley, if unmarried divorced rr Respondent. the preceding Section, all laws

import over 70 per cent of our requirements a widow and if married. Susan E. PETITION TO VALIDATE BONDS shall be general and of uniform oper-
--, whose married surname is NOTICE ation throughout the State, but in all
the most fertile soil in unknown; and -, her husband, To the Taxpayers and Citizens of cases not enumerated or excepted In Clewiston Federal

America m4st remain idle or be whose Christian and surname are Special! Tax School District No. 7, that Section the Legislature may pass <,
both unknown, if alive; Henry Sterling local laws, except as now
Florida: special or
Placed! in the production of crops and Mrs. Henry Sterring. his Hendry or hereafter otherwise provided in tho Savings and LoanAssociation ;

.;,which are now on a surplus basis. I wife, if olive: Herbert J. Taylor and I You and each petition of you has are been hereby filed /Constitution: PROVIDED that no
that a
Mrs. Herbert J- Taylor his wife, if notified local bill shall be passed nor
or special
"Discontinuance of the quota alive;: Jennie Weeks, if unmarried in said County by Special Tax School shall local er special law establish '
divorced! or a widow, and if married, District No 7. Hendry County, Flor- any I
ror tem by'h'i' United States 3ov? Jennie ,- --, whose rnarrUd surname IcU, by and through Us, officers, the ing' or abolishingmuniclpaliti or