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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 14, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 12, NUMBER -14 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1938 'SUBSCRIPTION, $2.00 PER YEAR ,
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:; EDUCATION, IS THEME I!( $120.50 Raised Here I OFFICERS. INSTA.LLED Lecture Enjoyed. By ROAD 164 PLACED ON

I For Storm Sufferer; Nice Crowd TuesdayThe

OF TALKS MADE Al I AT LABELLE MEETING( I PRIMARY HIGHWAY

A of $120.50 has been contributed -

; KIWANISMEETIN( I the sum American by the Clewiston Red Cross Chapteof to the OF AMERICAN LEGION+ Mrs.school C.illustrated auditorium A. Miles of lecture Tuesday Tampa given at.night the bj LIST COMMITTEE

fund for relief of the storm stricken _
was enjoyed by a nice crowd whc I
New, England areas, Mrs. R. Y.; The Clewiston American Legioi Road 164, leading from LaBelle
W. B. Cate, who now operate; expressed themselves as well pleased -: I
a seed store in Clewiston, but whc I Patterson, chairman of the chap Post met Tuesday night of thi: with Mrs. Miles' treatment of'' to the He drY-Col,1ier county line

for many years was identified prom ter, has stated. week in LaBelle for the regular her subject, Florida Ferns. The lec- and on through Immokalee to Everglades -
inently with several schools in this: Several voluntary contribution monthly: meeting. The new officer! ture was given under the auspicesof
and other states, was the guest were received before the'request to serve during the coming year the Clewiston Garden Club. has been included in the
for donations was issued. C. E. I proposed primary system
speaker at the regular Kiwanis Club were installed by David G. A. Kel i Mrs. Miles is a lecturer of con- adopted
meeting Wednesday evening and Miner solicited the greater par bert, of Bradenton, the DistrieViceCommander siderable ability and her talk indi- recently by a committee of sena.

as' a special treat the club had asa of the funds for the chapter of- About thirty mem cated her familiarity with the sub- tors and representatives appointedfor

visitor that evening M. L. Stone, ficials. bers attended from Clewiston, 11ooreHaven ject of, Florida's plant life. The the purpose by the last legislature
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Mr. :Miner has agreed to act :IS;
who is identified with the state LaBelle, Felda and For slides illustrating the different
roll call chairman and will be in .
board of public instruction and a I Denaud.Mr. species also added considerably to' I
charge of the annual roll call driv< Representative Elbert L. Stewartis
past president of the Tallahassee Kelbert made a most inter the enjoyment of the lecture.
I. Kiwanis Club.Mr. I I for memberships to be held nex esting talk on Legion policies before in receipt of a letter advisinghim
month. that the committee has
Cate in his talk, stated that I conducting the installation arid the included
road 164 in its
i :'" he had been principal of several members were also treated to a recommendations -
... WEDGWORTH KILLEDBY of roads to be placed on the
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Florida public :schools and later, I talk on membership by: Duke Shea,
primary road Also
system.
FIRST FOOTBALL who for six assistan includedon
'with his wife, operated most successfully was years
the primary list is road 29' from
' .. a private school ,on Miami service officer in the Department
FALLING TIMBER Moore: Haven, through I
Lakeportto
Beach. He described and'prais- of Illinois and was connected with
GAME POSTPONED connect at Okeechobee. i!
f .: ed the state system of public edu-I Ed Hines Veteran's Hospital, the
;. cation but explained that the big- largest in the nation. Short talks: Representative Stewart attended I
H. H. Wedgeworth, 36, one of
gest problem faced by the state were also made by other members a recent meeting held by the com- \
j's': educational system was being compelled -I Twelve pair of football pants; Chas. Benson, assistant scout the leading produce packers and mittee in Arcadia and urged the I

;V to take care of the sons were received at the school house master in Clewiston, made his an shippers in the Everglades, was inclusion of these roads. !

;: and daughters of tourists who were this morning, the last equipment nual report to the Legion which fatally injured about, six o'clock ,The following is the communi-

r.: only here for a few months as, al' needed for match play betweer ; sponsors the local Boy Scout troop. Monday evening when he was: cation from the committee: II
rule. Enrolled in Florida schools J. A. Gaskin, scout executive of "We have completed our' series
.' they study a different textbook I Clewiston and other six-man football the Sunniland Council, from Bra- crushed beneath a heavy timberin of meetings and, based on the data I
under a different instructor and teams but too late to continue denton, was' also present and madea an accident that occured at his submitted by the various Senatorsand I
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R"' .', when they return to northern with plans for the game which had short talk in which he pointed pre-cobling plant in Belle Glade. Representatives, enclose here- I
schools discover they have fallen behind out the value of the back- Freeman'Schoenfield with a which have
(f' I been scheduled for this afternoon proper A workman, map on we I
;: .' their class. These northern the local gridiron. Moore Haven ing by the sponsoring organization employed by Wedgeworth, was also roughly outlined those roads which ,'
r.; schools then naturally began tor" on to the success of the, troop. R. N. we will recommend to be included
I critically injured but it is be-
wonder what kind of an outmoded was to have furnished the oppo- Miller reported progress of scout in the primary system. Secondary I

k-. ," system: Florida possessed to allow sition and as they, had not received work'' in LaBelle and Prof. Oscar lieved that he will recover. Both roads will be considered later. ;

r:,..'. this to happen. In this way Florida their suits either it was decidedto Smith made a short talk on boys' men were taken to the Everglades "We' desire at this time to ex- !
fi. is ,compelled to be the goat work now being started in Moore !
postpone the game until next Memorial Hospital in Pahokee and press to the senators and representatives
k of an unfortunate condition. Haven. Wedgeworth died about ten o'clock. of the first congressional -
He also explained in the private I Friday afternoon at the same time. A delicious dinner was served by The two men were supervising district our sincere'thanks for

(. school at Miami Beach, he and Everything was in readiness for the LaBelle Woman's Club and following installation of a nine-ton ice ma- your cooperation and help in evolving -

Mrs. Cate had worked out a method I the opening game today and the the dinner the group, led chine on top of the forty-five foot this system and for your very
: I whereby the student from the team and pep clubs have been by J. E. Beardsley, enjoyed group building when the accident oc- evident subduing of 'earnest desire
t north should bring his own textbooks I practicing daily to make this first singing for a considerable time. > cured. Witnesses said a guy wire for local roads in the interest of

:. 'with him when coming here I game all that a: football game shouldbe. broke: allowing a heavy timber sup- a thru primary state trunk line

::1 ', for _the winter. They ,could then I The squad is shaping up nicely pqrt, in,.the. block and tackle to fall, system. jn ,
,..;, continue along. the same course as and while C a.'ch' Wakefield is Theice machine
the two will note the
crushing : men. "As you from enclosed
'.. if at their own school back home modestly refusing to make any comment W.: C. OWEN JR. WINS also fell but did not strike : map, virtually every road
?' and the plan had proven very I regarding' his team's chancesin :
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any of the thirty or more pei'sonnear in your request has been includedin
successful. His recommendation is I their first encounter he is positive CONSOLATION'FINALS y at the time The timber wasa our proposed primary system.
f that the public schools of Florida that they will play a hard
i 12 x 12, forty feet in length "From press reports, no doubt
' should put in a special course for, and give a good account of
;c I game and was so heavy that a force ol you' have learned that the highway
' .,., tourist children 'apd charge enough I themselves.The FROM MRS. F.D. DUFF twenty men was necessary to raiseit program committee has had to
for the service to make it pay, gridiron was laid out last and free the two men. abandon its proposed method of

its own way. I' week by G. M. Ford and the boys Mr. Wedgeworth was a planterof financing this highway system, but
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f. Mr., Stone, who is. Assistant Di- have done a great deal toward the Bill Owens, jr., youthful Clewis extensive acreage in the Belle the committee has not abandonedin

". rector of Instruction and .Curricu-il completion of the playing field. ton high school golfer won, the Glade area as well as one of the any degree its mandate from
':;< (Continued on page eight) I Contributions from local businessmen finals of the Consolation Flight in' most prominent brokers and ship- the 1937 legislature to evolve some

"'f made possible the building of the Everglades Merchants': Champ- pers in the Everglades. He was order out of the present chaotic
:<< "For Men Only" five, tiers of bleacher seats andG. ionship at the Clewiston Golf: formerly connected with the state highway! system and will continue

I M. and I. .T. Prevatt contributeda Club, by defeating Mrs. F. D. Duff, : experimental station in Belle Glade its studies and, no doubt, as time
:; :!', At Baptist Church couple of days carpenter work 1 up. The match was an unusualone and while working there was instrumental goes on some other method of
/' I toward construction of these seats. to say the least, Mrs. Duff' in eradicating"yellow financing: the needs of Florida will

I A down box marker was constructed holding a substantial lead until the spot" one of the worst diseases of present itself.
Here is the announcement wef by Harold Spikes who also stenciled last few holes. Taking the lead on beans in the glades. He resignedhis "It has been decided not to have

'. asked you to watch for. All men I numbers on the' yard line J No.3, the Glades leading feminine position there to take up pri- i meeting of the senators and representatives -
of the community Baptist Methodist -I markers which were made. of piecesof golfer increased her advantageto vate farming and was most success- of the first congressional -

I' Presbyterian, Catholic, Protestant one by ten inch board. A. H. 3 up at the turn. She held this ful in this venture. He was a native ; 'district this week as con-

or what have you are invited, King helped with the constructionof advantage through the 13th only to of Lauderdale, Miss., was grad- templated, but instead to submit
requested, urged, and asked to come the blocking and tackling dummy have young Owen get hot ''and win uated from Mississippi State University this map to you as our conception

'.' to the Baptist Church on Monday and A. L. Hackett, Sandy Bell four out of the next five holes to with .a B. S. degree, got af a primary highway system of
,-i night, October 17th at 7:30. We arid Ed 'Ward have contributed sneak home with a 1 up victory. I his M. S. degree at Michigan State J he district and to invite your comment -

t' want to do three things. Want to much time to act as officials during Mrs.' Duff, however, merely had.1 and a master's degree from Michigan and suggestions.
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talk. Not sermons lectures nor long I scrimmages. The school is appreciative the tables turned on her in this and Cornell. "Again thanking you for your
speeches but several short (two I of the interest taken by case, having participated just pre- ;His wife and three children survive courtesy; and valuable help to us
f' ,C minute) discussions on the general these townspeople and thankful for viously in one of the wierdest golf-I as well 'as' his parents, four in working out the primary roads
topic of "Community Life and Cot -! their help and also appreciate the ing affairs of the season. In her. brothers and five sisters. leeds of the first congressional
operation". How can: we work together visits of I many of the townspeoplewho semi-finals match with Keathley : Funeral services were held yes- listrict, we remain

::'.' for the improvement of I. have come out to watch after- Bowden the .genial editor found' terday afternoon at the Belle Glade Yours very truly, \
our community and town? What noon practice. himself 6 up on No. 11. At.this. I' Methodist Church with Rev. J. O. Locke Kelly,

t should we do and how shall we I While it is disappointing to many point the bronze-haired news ,man.' Jameson officiating. Burial was inWoodlawn Senator, Pinellas county.J. .
do it? An open free-for-all dis- that the first game had to be post- fell apart like the typical one-hoss Cemetery in West Palm S. Burks,

.. cussion. Bring your own ideas. We poned it has its advantages in that shay Mrs. Duff winning the next Beach." Representative, Pasco Co.
'J are not trying to sell anyone'any- today, after the heavy rains the seven holes to take the match 1 ---
',' thing. Second we want to have a field would have been soggy and up. I Engineers Plant No Fear Felt Here

I.. good time, get acquainted with slow and also that the two new Young Owen further distinguished -: .
each other. 'This is a Men's Broth-teams will profit considerably by himself by taking the lead in Willows On Levee From Gulf StormA
: erhood meeting for fun and fellow the extra week of practice and give the Everglades Medal Handicapwith
ship. Last, but not least, we want'I a better exhibition as a result. net cards of 78-80. His first I I
',, for sale not trying will start of mild
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-to eat. Nothing- ; 18 hole card of 78 is tied only to: The U. S. Engineers tropical disturbance
:: to raise any money for anything I If. Engineer Crew To date by Mrs. Duff, next week on an experimental intensity was centered this morning -

:. ', Just some good honest 'sandwiches The Everglades Medal Handicapwill planting of willows along the north in. the Gulf about two hundred
with a glass of something mild tot shore levee as a step to prevent miles off the Florida coast and its
Run Precise LevelsA continue this month
through
.1 drink. All free well, maybe we'll erosion. 17,000 ,willow sprigs will movement at that time indicated
to November 6th, at which time the
take up a collection.A be planted. I that it would strike the coast probably -
A Men's Brotherhood meeting, regulation Everglades Medal Champ- The area to be planted is in the I south of Fort Myers with a
.t that's what it is. For every white new U. S. Engineer crew from ionship opens for a six weeks vicinity of hurricane gate No. 61 strong possibility that the center'
r: man for miles around. Everyone Tampa under R. E. Wetmore; will stretch. Play is over 72 holes. near Okeechobee and there is along : vould pass over this section of the

[;, with a clean face, a warm heart and begin work the latter part of this gradual slope on the lakeside I state.A .
a. a handshake is invited. That Is, week on a line of precise levels NEW DRAFTSMEN ARRIVEAT of the levee in this area. The maximum of forty-eight mile,
.. if you're\ a man. No women allowed. which will be started at Stuart and ENGINEER SUB-OFFICE willows'will be planted on four winds was reported, which are onlya

continue up the 'St. Lucie Canalto foot centers from an elevation of gale force, and there was HUla
; Special invitations are being issued the Lake, around the south Several new draftsmen have arrived about 15 up to an elevation of fear here of any damage fromwind. :'.
r. to the 'ministers of other side of the lake and down the Ca- at the local sub-office of the about 18 feet. However heavy rains began
churches, the male members of I loosahatchee to the Gulf. Bench- U. S. Engineers and will be employed here last night and showers have
school faculties, the American Legion marks established by the engineers in making permanent right- P..T. .0\. TO MEET TUESDAYThe I continued intermittently to the
Kiwanis Club, the sugar com- in this section will be tied in with of-way records and other work in present time "and the chances are

j. .)any, city officials, local business 'I the new line and necessary correc- the office. Parent-Teacher Association I that the rain will continue throughout -
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: and professional men and others I tions made. They are: B. II. Cuttino, of will meet in the school auditoriumnext tho period during 'which the

to come or send representatives. The crew, which will number six Vicksburg, Miss., Chas. C. Young, of Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 disturbance is passing. Unusually
i Here's hoping we shall have a! men, will be headquartered for the Atlanta. Edmund H, Gibson, of o'clock. A meeting of the executive] dry weather for several months in
f.' fine time. present in Stuart moving around Jackson, Miss., Raymond Owen, of board will be held this 'afternoon this section makes It unlikely that

Ii j MARSHALL MINES, Pastor. the lake as their.. work. brings. them.. Stockwell, :Miss., and yerner Corn- (Friday) at the -home of the president the rains will" cause flooded..... conditions

,: 1st, Baptist\ Church, this way. ellson! of Atlanta, Mrs, J, H. ., Doty.. \' !l ( ,. '

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Tremendous Job ,;
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Dewey WHO WAS,.HE F\\RSTTEETOTALER.

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the "cost of production" price. The
PoliticsTo rest would be sold abroad. Chief

New York state voters, No- objection her is that all farmers

vember's gubernatorial election will would raise all the grain they could,
be a matter of choosing betweentwo knowing a portion of it would be sold RIGNT HE: HAD- A -ON WATER)

worthy men, once co-workers at home for a handsome price. In I WHALE ofTIME

against crime, now political opponents the end, granaries would be flooded. t
through trick of circumstance.Odds Another plan, said to carry some A \ -

appear to be growing that the Republican support, calls for unre-
'Democratic Gov. Herbert H. Leh- stricted production, with the govern-

man will beat Manhattan's racket- ment subsidizing farmers the difference -

busting District Attorney Thomas E., between the free market -:;

Dewey, Republican nominee. price and the "fair" price, revenueto oe
Merits for Dewey: An amazing come from a processing tax. This,

record? of fighting New York city's too, might soon _lead to flooded
criminal element since he was appointed granaries, reducing the market

special prosecutor by Governor price and making subsidy payments WHAT to EAT Brad WHY I
Lehman in 1935. Young (only' unfairly large.

38), handsome, a crusader, he nev- For cotton, the administration has
ertheless has little governmental made, specifically different propos- '"
background outside the court room. als, opposing export subsidies and ing food experts, "the cheapest I

Merits for Lehman: Almost 40years' favoring subsidies on domestic con- C. Houston Goudiss Discusses 'and most nutritious animal food
manufacturing and banking sumption. Now being studied is a Significanceof that"can be had for children over r., .

' experience that have enabled him to dovetailing plan subsidizing manu- six.
Fruits and Vegetables Tells the Very little fresh salmon finds its ,
run the Empire state on a business facturers who agree to process 'cot- ; t
basis.: He battled successfully ton for low-price sale to relief 'and way ,into our markets and even t.
against legislative 'opposition to his low income families. Truth About Canned FoodsBy then it may, be far from "fresh"'J" ;)

sweeping set of laws expediting Whether Republicans can make after a considerable journey f rl}

criminal procedure, went on to wipe much campaign capital from C. HOUSTON GOUDISS packed in ice. On the other hand, F ..

out a $100,000,000 deficit left by his preaching against the New Deal's GENERATION ago, except in mid-summer, fruits were salmon, canneries have been estab- r.,:
Franklin'Roosevelt. Ad- A lished in close proximity to the
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farm problematical.
predecessor, policy, i
a luxury that only appeared with nuts at the end of
a
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Dewey Support: New York state mitting each party has a political waters from which salmon are
Republicans. He must win 250,000 interest, it must also be admittedthat festive meal, and vegetables, except for the root crops, had taken, so that only a few hours

votes which Lehman controlled inCANDIDATE each is sincere in attemptingto no regular place in the daily,diet. But when scientists estab- elapse between the time the fish

help producers. It may be a lished the importance of mineral salts in human nutrition, are removed from the water and I
the moment their rich nourish-
choice between exploring untried
these two of foods assumed of
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r$6. i plans under Secretary Wallace's groups- a position commanding ment is sealed in cans. "
importance, because next to<* Similarly the fruits and
i leadership, or attempting once more vege-
such measures as the Republican milk,and eggs, they are the chief But recently, it has been deter- tables designed for canning are allowed f

McNary-Haugen and export deben. conveyors of minerals from the mined that the thin green leavesof to mature on tree or vine.

ture farm bills. soil to vegetables are also outstandingin This { means that they develop ('-
man. this respect. Weight for weight, maximum flavor and vitamin con- t'
ForeignAs With the discovery of vitamins when fresh, escarole is more than tent. Then they are picked, rushedto

might be expected, the world's they achieved new distinction, five times as rich as butter. Young nearby canneries and hermeti- r.

first reaction to Munich's peace wasa because in their content of these green peas and green string beans cally sealed in cans. The sealed i'

prayer of thanksgiving that war vital substances, they rank with are also a good source of this vita- cans are then cooked at high heat r

had been avoided. For the moment, min as are tomatoes, carrots, and so as to destroy any bacteria : .
England's Prime Minister Neville milk and eggs as "protective"foods. sweet potatoes. which might be present. Because ,

: Chamberlain was a hero, as was they are protected from the air

:ky;. .>c//4 r.. France's Premier Edouard Dala- Sources of Vitamin C during the cooking process, and

dier. But on sober reflection the Foods That Safeguard HealthIn Vitamin C, which is essential for because the cooking liquors are
treaty took another color. Both sealed in the cans, they retain a'
addition to providing nutri- maintaining the health of teeth \
Chamberlain and Daladier are now maximum amount of minerals and
and and for the
ents that 'are indispensable for gums preventing
threatened with political oblivion on vitamins. It is because canned
buoyant health and degeneration of muscle fibers
the charge that they "sold out." foods are so definitely superior in '
: normal growth, generally, is obtained almost en-
Though France "steamrollered" this respect that physicians en-
another tirely from fruits and vegetables.The .
the that they possess couraged the strained
through parliament pact canning- :
principal sources of this vita-
virtue
gave Adolf Hitler his every demandin important' fruits and vegetables for'infants
min the'citrus fruits and
are ; raw
,, the Czechosloyakian Sudeten territory : the indigestible and young children.
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senatorial ,election' 'cellulose or canned tomatoes and canned Ito_ ,
a comes
3 I mato juice; strawberries; raw
bulk yielded by the
late this month in which PremierDaladier's Fallacies '
up Disproved
fibrous frameworkof carrots, onions and yellow tur-
r4 Radical Socialist party Canned foods will indefinitely ,
nips. keep
the leaves
be defeated by 'leftist Leon I ,
may stems and fruits of As this vitamin is easily destroyed without spoilage, as long as-
Blum's Socialists.In .
H w 2, H Y.r..:.. plants, has a nat- by heat in the presenceof nothing occurs to make the can ":'
England, the chief objector to ural laxative value oxygen, the amount presentin leak. 'It is not necessary to remove -

LEHMAN Mr. Chamberlain's policy was Al- /yL which to in- any fruit or vegetable is greatly canned food from the con- ,
One good man against another. fred Duff Cooper, first lord of the fs > helps y
sure normal elimi- reduced by the average home tainer as soon as the tin is opened, ;;
admiralty, who resigned charging I cooking methods. On the other though many homemakers often }'
1936, must also win the powerful had surrendered to the nation. And finally, they are extremely f "
England
hand, this and other vitamins, as do so because the food presents a
labor vote which, though it helped "bluster and blackmail" of Adolf' useful in helping to main- t
elect him district attorney last Hitler. the crisis Mr. tain the acid-base balance of the '' well as minerals, are usually well more attractive- appearance in a

year, is still Democratic. Chamberlain's Throughout"inner cabinet" act- body, for all vegetables and most 'I' retained in commercially canned dish or bowl. A hissing sound
fruits and vegetables. when opening does not mean that t'
Lehman support: New York state ed independently, a policy which fruits yield an alkaline-ash following -
the contents of a can are spoiled
s
Democrats, who have controlled the caused hard feelings'' among other digestio'n.
governorship New What About Canned Foods? but rather that there was a ''vac- '
many years; cabinet members and created an
uum in the can, which the air is '-
York city Jewry, because Lehmanis anti Chamberlain parliamentarybloc. Green Vegetables .for Iron I frequently receive letters from rushing in to fill. J
Jewish; Tammany (what is left Not speaking, but a threatening : readers who question the meritsof :
Fruits and Thus
vegetables supply canned fruits and vegeta,
of it) because
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Tammany bitterly
political opponent of Mr. Chamberlain -I canned foods. They ask whether "
dislikes Tom Dewey for prosecutingits varying amounts of practically every i bles are not only '"as good as"fresh ,
I
is Eden one-time '
Anthony it'is true that canned foods are
mineral element the body re- ones, but often
are superior
favorite son, Jimmy Hines; the r-
American Labor because foreign secretary who resigned in I Iuuu I I quires. devoid of vitamins; whether in food values. 'Every homemaker k

party, ___ __.._ canned foods are wholesome for
Lehman has endorsement of bothA. They do not compare with milkas should see to it that she uses both r
of calcium but sub- children; whether or not canned liberally in the diet of
F. of L. and C. I. O. a source every mem- f
stantial amounts of this bone-and- foods may spoil on the grocer'sshelves ber of her
What everyorte knows is that Tom family, as a means of
Dewey can have anything he wants tooth-building substance are to be ; and :if it is dangerous to providing liberal amounts of min-

from the Republican party, even the found in.leaf and stem vegetables, eat foods that have stood in the erals and vitamins. }
for a' few minutes after be-
1940 presidential nomination, if he carrots, oranges, figs and straw- can
wins: That is one reason Franklin berries. Moreover, investigationshave ing opened.:
To discount the value of modern I Questions Answered -
Roosevelt was willing to patch up demonstrated that calcium I ;w.
his quarrel with Governor Lehman, 'from vegetables is well utilized by canned foods is to display a lack

who opposed the Supreme court en- t 4LOS1 adults. of knowledge as to how these foods Mrs. A. B. M.-There is not the

largement bill. It is also why New Green vegetables, in general, are harvested, prepared and slightest reason why normal per- ',

York's campaign is attracting. national -, are outstanding as a source of packed. And the failure to use son should not drink coffee after

., attention. iron. And it has been further established : them may result in'depriving your middle age unless the beveragehas
that their iron is better family of essential minerals and
ITi been expressly forbidden by a
AgricultureDepressed, absorbed:and becomes more com- vitamins. doctor. On the contrary,
many peo-
i pletely available for nutrition than There'are available in cans today ple find both coffee and tea
by glutted markets and < ex-
46 varieties of vegetables, 33
the 'iron from some other sources. tremely comforting in their later !
passing of Europe's war scare, iI kinds of- fruit, and 10 different ;:
Some fruits
wheat stood October 1 at about 50 are also valued for years. ,
cents on,the farm, while cotton,sold their iron content, the more nota- juices, besides soups, numerous -WNU-C. Houston Goudiss-1938 32.
I L Osfr49 specialties and several' kinds of
at about ,,8 cents. This happened ble including oranges; tomatoes, ,
fish. Every one of these presentsa '
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Secretary. of Agriculture which are botanically a fruit, Better Taste ;
healthful and nutritious food in
a
Henry Wallace's sincere efforts though they are classed as a vege-
to It is better to say something h[
form that is often superior to the i
win economic "equality for agriculture table; strawberries, blackberries, same foods cooked at home. Thatis good about a bad'man' than to say i ,
," status for which the New raspberries and huckleberries
a ; something bad about a good man. :
'because of the methods
and ,dried dates and partly \
Deal has struggled since 1933. figs, prunes. -Anonymous. ,
employed and partly because
Added to the administration'swoes
canned foods are processed'at the t i;
,tion in is November's which general elec- Vegetables for Vitamin A peak of their flavor and freshness.An MINOR SKIN .
Republicans could
'We usually think of milk and outstanding example is M
lure much New Deal farm
advocating a direct price subsidy supportby other dairy products as our most canned salmon which has been @IRRITATIONSfj Jr{:

with unrestricted production, as _n w.... important sources of vitamin A. called by one of America's lead- SNOW-WHITE' ;t

against the current farm legisla- LONDON PROTESTERIs ,- !"
tion which seeks to stabilize
pricesby :
controlling production. Chamberlain's star falling? z l jfIi

'Partly for fear of such political opposition to the cabinet's "consort- .fi / Ii'
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opposition, Secretary Wallace has ing" with dictators.By / I Ist Iili
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been advocating a restoration of 1 "consorting," Mr. Chamberlain "''
processing taxes, which were has surrendered to Hitler and pky a.'B?F pd' h r

thrown out by the Supreme court Mussolini, making the Reich supreme 1

because they were collected for a in Europe, giving Germanymore ., *i *$ sew
specific purpose, and which could land and power than she en-' a\Q.
now be enacted as part of the gen- joyed under Kaiser Wilhelm in 1914.

eral revenue. From this'fund wouldbe With Czechoslovakia being slowly Pepsodent alone of all tooth powders contains

paid subsidies on surplus farm dismembered by Germany, Poland remarkable Irium !* ,
products which are exported. and Hungary, little remains in the
This is the administration's plan. path of treaty-breaking Reichs- $ / .0 Here's how to win true beauty. .a teeth.SEE how quickly Pepsodent Powder !

A second idea, the McAdooEicherbill fuehrer Hitler's drive to the south- J g 49 bright, dazzling, alluring smile I Start polishes teeth to their full natural I'
.
:y today with Pepsodent Powder. brilliance!
would order the agriculture department Moreover
eastern wheat lands. ,
SEE how PepsodentPowder's wonderful And Pepsodent is SAFE in its action on !,
to determine each year's Germany now becomes a serious wy '$ new cleansing agent Irium -helps teeth! Contains NO BLEACH NO GRIT. I
prospective crop and the demandfor contender for world trade with the 't + 4d$ erase dull, unsightly surface-stains from NO PUMICE J Try it. today! \ .'
it, then telling each farmer how new industries she acquires in the y,. 'Fepaodent'a trade mark for Purified AIRY Sulfate
much of his crop could be sold at Sudetenland. f
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UNIFORM ,I INTERNATIONAL -v- caboose is the home of the Waiter Was Not TactfulThe

I Edmund G. Masters, of conductor and brakeman for at
i SUNDAY Baldwin Park, Calif.,,has made least orfe-third of their lives. They customer 'was raging aril

LessonBy more than 300 stringed .instru-- take pride in its appearance. fuming as the manager came up.
I 'ments out of dishes 'brooms, Every person who rides in the caboose "What is the matter, ,sir?"
HAROLD lUNL>gUlSa. U. O.
I Dean of The Moody Bible Institute tennis rackets, fire shovels,.and is careful not to flick 'cigarette asked the manager.

Doing: His Best Western of Newspaper Chicago. Union. ordinary household; equipment.Mrs. ashes on the floor, whichis "Discharge that waiter at
"Are you doing anything for the I scrubbed regularly.The once!" demanded the diner.
preservation of antiques?" A. W. Jarrls, of 'Savidson train' crew works with zest Regarding the boiled egg which

"I sell cosmetics." Lesson .for. October 16 county, Tenn., collects and enthusiasm because there is had been served, the manager
"ten-toed" chickens as a hobby. a schedule to be maintained. At said:'

Annoying Ones REVERENCE FOR GOD Thomas C. Whitlock Jr. of times the brakeman may' appearto "I'm very sorry about this egg,

Macon, Ga. has built a com- be leading a life of leisure, sir, but can't discharge the waiter
Mrs. Smith-Our Last new night neighborsare their I 5:33.37 LESSON: 123337.TEXT-Exodui 20:7; Matthew plete model farm out of ,23 watching the world go by. But his for that. After all, he wasn'tto
noisy people. : ,
awake GOLDEN TEXT-Our Father which art In boxes of burned matches. trained eye watches the train signals know that there was a chicken
rowdy party kept us ; so I heaven. Hallowed be thy name.-Matthew and semaphores and, most in it."
Jack knocked the wall. 6:9. William E. Gaswell of Ports-
on the air "
1 important, gauge. At his "Perhaps not, the'
Mrs. Brown What happened? mouth, N. H., has constructeda side is lever which snapped
controls
a the
I customer. "But when I told
Character reveals itself throughthe him
Mrs. Smith-They came around house out of 2,138 champagne
airbrakes of the entire train and
there
he needn't have
words and deeds of a man. He was taken
and asked us what we meant by bottles.-American magazine. should
the occasion demand he
hanging pictures at that time of may try to conceal his real spiritual away my spoon and brought me a
can stop the train. knife and fork." I
night. condition and may assume an out
ward appearance of piety but he

GOOD TURNSWeary need not say many words, nor meet
many of life's problems before his

true condition is revealed.
Our lesson for today touches pri -

J marily on the matter of the wordsof %
OnO men, presenting first God's com ,

mand that in speaking we are to

show reverence for His name and Co
'>( then leading up to the expressionof a

); that reverence in abstinencefrom 1

swearing and from idle talk.

I. Reverence Commanded (Exod. .

20:7).
-Say, sonny go hook mea
4 I The forbidden thing is the takingof
piece of pie an' I'll do yer a "
favor! the name of the Lord "in vain.

Boy Wot? Our use of the word "vain" carries
r. the meaning of "useless, without
\Veary-l won't tell yer ma yer
hooked it.SMALL purpose or meaning." This is partof 1 / Ir
what is in mind in this command

ment, for the name of Jehovah is :
sacred and 'is to be reverenced as

60e SIZE LAS 20ZE standing for the eternal God. It is
.YY
never to be used carelessly, or for a

frivolous purpose. All too often we

tell jokes or stories which have no

real purpose or meaning except to
<& A"'O 1 elicit a laugh and in them we use

Brings Blessed Relief the name of God. We all need to )
from aches and pains of 1' o
exercise care at that point.

RHEUMATISMNEURITIS The Hebrew word translated

and LUMBAGOTry "vain" has the additional meaningof ,

a bottle Why Surfer "evil" and "falsehood." Men are 1 IN MILEAGE
.
-.",B' .fII:(cteIe).111.1" I lea;iel't I
ao bold that they may even use the II I

name of God to support themselvesin
a lie. God hears and will in no 2 IN NON-SKID PROTECTION \I I
Most anyone will agree that it wise hold them : : II II I
guiltless.II.
is wise to use only the very best 7 : : I
motor oil in an, expensive car. Swearing Forbidden (Matt. 5: M : LOWOinPROTECTION i

Buy it does not follow that cheap 33-37).
oil should be used in lower pricedcars. The Sermon on the Mount (so- I

The experience of millionsof called), from which this portion of ii I

: owners of Ford, Chevrolet and Scripture is taken, is difficult to i
interpret to the satisfaction of all. SINCE '
Plymouth cars proves that Acid- you must have tires-get the most
Free Quaker State Motor Oils Some disregard its evident appli- \ for
your,money-Firestone Convoy. The Tire :
cation to the kingdom and, attempting -
'
' makes longer-their Adv.cars run better, last I' to apply, it in the midst of ,an %" that leads the, field ,in high quality ,ata ;' ;

ungodly generation, fall into such 1 sensationally low price.Car owners everywhere :

Time for Genius inconsistency that they abandon the are replacing'dangerously worn tires with

Adverse fortune reveals genius; effort and regard the teaching of Firestone Convoy Tires, because they get all
the idealism.
prosperity hides it.-Horace. passage as impossible of these patented and exclusive extra value
Others, who rightly interpret the
I passage as presenting the laws and LOW AS features at no extra cost:
I of life in the kingdom AS
: How Women principles J| Gum-Dipping the Firestone
,
God when it shall be fully set up
01 earth with Jesus as King, fail Patented Process which gives

in Their 40'sCan to make any application of those protection against blowouts.

principles to the life of those who
2 Two extra layers of GumDippedcords
Attract Men are now living in this worldthoughnot

of it-but rather have their citizenship under the tread, a patented .
Here's good advice for a woman during her in heaven. This is also an construction which gives
protection
change (usually from 38 to 52), who fears
she'll lose her appeal to men, who worries unfortunate error. a5or21 \IIITI
lull
against
R
about hot flashes, loss of pep,.dizzy spells, We who follow the Lord Jesus'are t1. /Itt punctures.
upset nerves and moody ap LLse
Get more fresh air, 8 hrs.sleep and If you not to swear by either things sacredor 3 Scientifically designed tread which
need. Pinkham a good general Vegetable system Compound tonic take,LydiaE. made things that might be called secu- se$t e C o 0 gives protection against skidding

..pedallllior women. It helps Nature buildup lar. Perhaps He has in mind that
I physical: resistance, thus helps give more our lives should be so true that men FOR CARS, TRUCKS AND BUSES and gives long mileage.Don't :
: vivacity to enjoy life and assist calming
I jittery nerves and disturbing symptoms that will not need to have any kind of wait'
; often accompany change of life. WELL an oath to be assured of our sin 4.50.21. $7.90 5.50.17 $10.45 a prepare your car
: WORTH TRYING! NOW for safe fall driving. See
your
and Some believe
cerity honesty. 4.75.19. 8.15
that all oaths even in court are for- 8.80 6.00.16 11.80 nearby Firestone Dealer or Firestone

Still the Rule bidden, while others, with due re 55.2500.1719. 6.25.16 13.15 Auto Supply and Service Store and

The ruling passion is the passionfor spect for the feelings of those who 9.15 I equip your car today with Firestone
.
ruling.-Ta citus. hold this view, regard the taking of 5.25.18,: 9.b5 6.50.16 14.50 Convoy Tires the safest tires thatmoney
paths in official matters as not be
Tina for Trucks and Buses at these low
Proportionately can buy at prices.
ing in mind. All would agree that Low Prices

FEEL GOOD the careless and almost sacrilegioususe .1.
of God's name in administering

Hero Is Amazing Relief for oaths would be taking, His name in 0 0 e
Condition. Duo to Sluggish Bowel
vain.
If you think all laxatives
lt'Jl pa/}; act alike, just try this Swearing is also entirely beyondthe
.
.... all ,1I.nable 1..tI.
treablnz. .I invigorating.:"III-" r Dependable 80 ID.I1dhorou relief ,from re- pale with Christian men and TRUCK OWNERS CAN SAVE '

sick headaches: bilious spells. tired feeling when women. It is all too common with
associated with co Jl8t.l cet patlon.Without a 25o.box of NK from your both men and women. MONEY, TOO LIFETIME GUARANTEE
Risk druggist. Make the test-then
11 not delighted, return the box to us. We win Ill Judgment Assured (Matt. 12: : Every tire of our manufacture, bearing
Profits when tire down-that
refund the purchase 33-37). go up your cost comes
and serial number
ee. Tht'e felt TT* our name ISIS
Get KB Tablets too : A J*M Jesus had cast out a demon wno why truck operators throughout! country are guaranteed by us to be free from defects

ALWAYS CAM MY QUICK RELIEF had possessed a man and made him taking their hats off to the sensational Firestone in workmanship and material without

blind and dumb. The Pharisees Convoy Truck Tire. The; tire.that has brought them limit as to time mileage, and to give
o ,curb FOR ACIBINDIGESTION- could not deny the miracle but normal
attributed service under
satisfactory
standard of and _
a new safety, mileage economy at aprice
.,., it to the power of Beelze- opetatingconditioas.Ifotuexaminationmanufacture
bub of the demons. so low you will wonder how we can
prince Jesus shows that any tire has failed under the
closed their mouths by pointing out this tire to sell at such bargain prices.Cut terms of this guarantee, we will either

that Satan did not work against him your cost per ton mile and at the same time repair the tire or make an allowance

self.A. keep your tire investment low equip your on the purchase'of a new tire.
,
of is
day judgment coming truck today with a set of Firestone Convoy Truck
.. ,when we shall answer for the idle
\.,:....-; Don't Neglect Them I and wicked words which we speak. Tires the truck tire sensation of the year.

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The Clewiston News ,. ; .' \ stations .but to date nothing hash I -

been heard, :
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: The complete disappearance: of,
Friday In ,Clewiston, ., .
Published every I .
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: the car leads to belief in
CLBWISTON NEWS,
Florida, by the '. .' .
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Inc. ';- .-, quarters that he met with .foul-
: "Death In cA Pint :
., ,. play or was the victim of an acci' ':,'

KEATHLEY BOWDKtf, Editor \ :,; dent. Since the auto accident, when,

': : / Rev. Lawrence. J. Flynn I his glasses were broken, it has
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been most difficult for him to drive
Entered second class mail mattc-r '
as
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office !n I and if he was the victim of a 'spell

Clewiston, Florida, under the Act iv t of amnesia and attempted to drive
In a fpint-sized whiskey bottle,
:March 3, 1897.Subscription .
away from Key West there is belief
l ., If look you'll clearly
you bee
Hanging "half-way through the
that
he would have been unable .
A machine with roaring motor : '
Rate $::.00 IVr Year windshield, to drive very far unless he had''

.AdvertlNlnK' RatoN On Apiillcntlon. Heading straight for tragedy. Neck grotesquely out of place, picked up someone to drive for,

.-?-, Is a girl who once was pretty him

There's the picture of an infant I"- Till the glass took. half her face. Mrs. Roberts will remain on as
Devoted to the advancement and welfare I '
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Crushed against a splintered door >
of Clewiston and Hendry County. t ". operator of the telephone office
With its tiny little brain, cells -*_ : :Gaze again upon a youngster, here and the necessary line work

I Scattered all around the floor. ',I. r ." "" See' your own child if you will, will be handled by Jim Jowers '

Next time we'll order footbal I II .. .. "'': On a slab at some mortici n' out of the main office in Fort
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suits a year or so ahead. While, the mother's broken' body I. :' Lying very, very still. :Myers. '

Hurtles limply through the air, ;' ;" 'i.'t:; .

Lindbergh is again in the Inter. As her severed veins, like faucets, .::..<- r It has scarcely been an hour,

national spotlight and this time Spatter warm blood everywhere. :'i".1 Since he hugged you lovingly; Snow Area Limited -

not altogether a hero so far as: ..' ';-,-?;.(.. Then a drunken driver smashed. his Seventy per cent of the earth's
the father behind him :
And drags t.
some countries are concerned. : Little body through a tree. surfece never has a fall of snow.
Crooked things that once were legs, 'S:, ,' : .

'" With his gory scalp flung backwards .' /:'
There are countless other
pictures
radio simile heard thi i -
Leading ;" ; .,; :" If you'll take the time to look, FOR RENT.-Furnished Garage ,
week: A magnificant building, costing As for help he weakly begs. ,'.
I ,:..: ,;, For that little whiskey bottle Apartment. Phone 376, F. I..
as much as Mrs. Roosevelt's' "
'I'l .,:' : Is a mighty good-sized book. Williamson: tf
annual train fare.A Look again, another picture .. .- j' ,

In that bottle comes to view-- -'\ : : .' '

news commentator this week Just a carefree boy and girlfriend .: Tortured faces, mangled bodies, -

said that the seat of governmentof And, young folks, it 'may be you. ."7-::" Broken.. mm.ds, and sightless eyes,
Stark insanity and heartbreak,
Great Britain was to be movedto '
:.
Canada. If true it is the most 'Twas another so-called joyride, :1. ,.:,- Deafening maniacal cries. Good FarmLand

sensible thing Great Britain has But with whiskey on their breath; I "-'. .' ;;'..'; i

planned in a long time. These poor disillusioned youngsters :. These are written in its pages

;.. With a pen of twisted steel, _

Didn't know they rode with death. I. : When the drink-besotted driver

The accidental death of H. H. .. {?d,. Sits behind a steering wheel.
in Belle Glade Monday t... ,
Wedgeworth .
On an isolated highway, .
makes a total of four of the ';" for Rent
Steering shaft right through his -- ..... :,, This is not a pretty story,
most prominent vegetable brokersin :' '
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heart, '1 wr ,From its reading some may shrink,
the 'glades who have died or
Lies the boyfriend. eyes unseeing, But it's food for meditation
been killed during the past six ,
All liis stomach torn apart. And should make us stop to think.

months. I "
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.N N N N N ..N N .H.N.N.N.M.. .. -..:{.t.-\i'.:.: :,' your sweethearts and your .
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):.:; \ ,f' :::,:.J '. friends, <.' ,', .' ,1 v: Trespassers '

Too Late To Classity : .-'Y'-. ';, If you love life-heed the warning "";<\Dr'. : 'J. '. .;:-'.

\: W'lich an empty bottle sends. :' "'<'" Will Be .


<%y Cussell Kay ../ .\ \ ProsecutedClewiston

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With no definite subject of my II I >
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own to rave about this week I've 6

decided to turn this column over wanted to tell you, young man!" I to call you up and tell >ou. I hope til the next day..

to the hints, suggestions and ideas I "Hello, Russell. Was in Tallahassee you will give us more like thai,
of others who, in a spirit of help- Mrs. Roberts and Rex returned
last week. Yen, we got the I the world needs it so right now.

fulness, would serve as "ghost" kid in school up there, you know. Hope I haven't, bothered you, butI to Moore Haven Thursday but the Realty And "
writers lates" for hunt has been pushed relentlesslyby
or present "too
Oh, she's doin' fine. I got around just had to tell you" ,
'state'police.. A general broad-
.
me to "classify" a little bit and learn that Fred is And'so you have THEIR columns,
Listen cast was sent, out from Gainesville DevelopmentCorpolation
Hello. Hello. Is this Russ? -
much better. Yeh, he's been sittin'up. and that lets me out just in time!
I back from Tal I Friday morning on the regular police -
boy, just got
Is takin' care of everything to catch the World's Series game.I .
lahassee. I hot for broadcast with a personal description -
got some dope and will be out before long. Re- hope there were NO RUNS, NO
next column. Governor Fredis .of him and of the car.
your sign? No, that's a lot of hooey. Who HITS, and NO ERRORS! .
That'll Gillisin The number of his Gulf courtesy
resign. put
gonna
told you that? Not that'old boy!
but he wants the court job, so card was also given to all Gulf
He elected Governor he'sgonna
was and
he'll resign and 'Christie will ap- Moore Haven Man
Governor if *
stay even they; ----- >
point him in Ellis' place. How doI c.;;;

know? Listen, you don't think all have the been way smearin from the banana Mansion peelings to Disappears Last WeekMoore N:eey :NNNN:N:..:..:":..:..:":..:..:..:..:N:N:N:NLNN:M:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NN:N:NNN:NNNN:: '

I'd give you a bum steer, do you? I the y
State House. Listen, I'll bet you

Sure it's straight. Heck no, don't he lives longer than a lot of the is y MEN :I:

quote me, I don't wantta get blessed ( Haven Democrat)
guys who
are tryin' to get his I
up in it. You can't? Why can't 'Efforts through this week to locate t .
job. No, there's nothin' to it.
you? Columnists don't have to tell R. L. Roberts, who disappeared Your Credit Is Good I
"Hello, Kay. This is Asher Frank. i
where they get nothin'. OK, if that's I from Key West on Tuesday :

the way you feel about ithut Have you got your column writtenfor I I night of last week, have been unavailing -

I thought I was doin' you a favor. next' week? Well, I was thinkin' and the general belief is Wear a NEW Tailored Individual ::

Just wait 'till I give you anothertip ,it would be. timely to say some- that he is victim of amnesia as :: Measure .
; Suit
While You ::
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thin' about 'Safety. You know it Pay ;
and see how long your whiskersare the result. of an injury to his
won't be .long before the highwaysare .
!" head received in auto accidentnear y
an
flooded with tourists. You :s: A postcard will bring the Lake's Old y .
"Hello, Kay, diG you see where Lake Harbor a few weeks ago. ::: "

the AAA reduced Florida's sugar could take a crack at the cows Suffering' considerably from the :*: Dependable Tailor Representative *:
on the road and boost state high- I
quota? Tough? Why man it's a a effects of the Injury to his head, 't' _',

damned outrage!, Last year was bad way patrol, then a paragraph about Mr. Roberts was urged by his attending y y:
lookin' out for the kiddies their j I :: CHAS. E. LEAR
how on ; :: I
enough and they've even cut physician-and friends to go ;

below that. You ought to write a way to and from school always to a hospital for X-rays. to de- Y Y j

column and burn the pants off of goes good at this time of year. It : termine the extent of his injury :;: Box, 508., Clewiston, Fla. :;;:
is just a suggestion, "know. I ) I

those nit-wit swivel-chair termitesup you and on Saturday, October 1, with .,NN.. ..N..N.OIL...'N..N...... . . . . ... ........................ . . . ,
there in Wiashington.\ And wherein don't know how to say it, but Mrs. Roberts and his. younger son, : NONNNNjN.N.NNONNN.NN. .NNNN. .N.NN. .H. .,. . .........................N.N.N.N.NN1. .
can work a swell column I !I I9t1
hell was your friend Pepper you up Rex, left for Key West where he
along that line and put a lot of r
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while all this was goin' on? I intended entering a hospital for
wise cracks in it, like you did that \ .,""-- i
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thought he had influence. Here we ;' examination.The '
Safety speech. Why don't you do .r::: ,,
are ready to put thousands of 1
men that for next week? I know you've family visited with relatives -. .
to work at good wages and developone until Monday afternoon when about time to \i: '1' ,
had a lot of 'safety' columns, but :
of the state's great resources Mr. Roberts took the to '
you can't have too many of them. car go 1\
and
down.the Column government!! thumbs us All right, well, I'll be seein' you." to the hospital. The only one of temind yea: ... :::
Why man, you could r '
his family to see him after this 4, INVesr* cKr .
write a book 'about it and still not 'Hello, Russ. Did you see where ..(.4::
was his son, Rex, who talked to _... M }
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say enough. ,New Deal, you mean this guy Willie Stubbs is gonna him on the street in the downtown 'I \1;;;',-0" ,'D' '_ '".!'{1--.t:l: !tli".. ;: : ',1tZ,1-!" ", I
Raw Deal! That's what Florida enter the' race for Chairman of -'r'.
district that evening. He told Rex .
gets for loyalty. I'll'be lookin' for the State Pardon Board? Every that he had been to the hospitalfor tO RR W::? .fPti .: ::> '\ :

your next outburst and: if you are session would be a 'Spring' sessionif an examination but subsequent 't I!! u .:i !!})4r; :' I
he elected. ; "
the kind of a :Floridian I think got Get it? Wouldn'the .
questioning led to the discovery : .
you are, it ought to sizzle. So make some Governor though?
never
that he had been to the hos-
long." Well, if he can get the votes OUT .
", < ,
Orlando like he gets the convicts OUT he pital.No (
calling Russell Kay. great concern was felt for YOU can't afford to procrastinate .
ought to win in the first '
"Hello Mr. Kay. I've just read primary.You {n i\ i
his safety until well in the next much
in
your smart-aleck column .making ought to be able to make a longer starting to save iii :/ p
day for he had a large circle of \.. ,
fun of,, the old folks and the ',30 wow of a column out of that. Just II friends in ,the city. Ay few inquiries I portion of your income..and] invest ::1" J Jjeft I Ic
thought I'd it. Your last
suggest
every Thursday' plan. I suppose you resulted in the discovery that no \)9.9.
) p it wisely... during productive ,
fellows one was lousy-why do w'tit your
young think we old folks you one knew of his whereabouts anda (

should starve. Yes' sir, I've paid to write them sermons about Eu- general: alarm was spread. The O\\l\DE ot1 years. The ,slogan/"Save and Nave,

my $3.65 and I'm gonna get mea rope and Peace? Why don't. you
chief of police there, a personal '1i be old-fashioned but the
lot more folks to join the or- leave that stuff to the radio com- 5 may : : sensible -
friend took charge of the hunt but
ganization. No sir mentators and big shot columnistsand s Nt S people that follow the'
every penny of although the city was thoroughly GCO : : : are :
the money is going to fight our stick to Florida subjects? Make ,. "
combed no trace of him was found. o happy ones meet.: We'll gladly't.
battles. You don't know what 'em louder and funnier if you want !>> A you
The only clue, and that not too
you're talking about-it will solve I to hold "me: as one of your THL'EEreaders. satisfactory, was the report of a ". ,.ptt'IJ" \ help you with our time-tried, safe ,

the unemployment situation and friend on Wednesday that he had and profitable savings plans. "

stimulate business and it won't "Hello, Mr. Kay, Mr. Russell passed a car on the oversea high-

cost anybody a cent. Well, I just Kay? Well, you don't know me way about two o'clock Wednesday

wanted to tell you that I've read but I've been reading your columna morning about forty' miles north of

your writings for a long time but Ions time. I lost my only son in Key 'West and said to himself at Clewiston Federal Savingsand -

I'm through now. I'll never read the world war and when I read the time that he believed it to !

another line of your drivel. Yoi I I your column about Youth and WarI be Mr Roberts and that he must; I .
can't make fun of the old folks thought It ; '
was one of the sanest be on his way home. He knew Loan "

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Ii I:'' } ..: McAuley, Mrs., J. C. Swindall, Mrs.A. The public is cordially invitedto to present :diplomas to those partIcipating I

!J11 }'t'... ...f.I' L. Morgan and Mrs. D.' B. Hampton attend all our services. in the school.

of Moore Haven, Mrs T., C.

II' i PERSONAL and SOCIETY t Crosland, Punta Gorda, Miss Margaret The pastor's topic for the Sunday

Kader Fort Myers, Miss Jane morning sermon is "A Religion of

II ... .. Stout, Punta Gorda Miss Myrtle Holiness". NOTICE TO cnnniTons.In .
I : I Hayes and Mrs. W. M. Bradnack.
Court of County Judge, Hendry

I' ...:_u.u..u.u.u.u.u.u.u.u..u.u.u.u.u..u..u.u..u..u.u.u.u.u.u.u.. ._. ._..'..'.'..._.n.......n.n.,..__.' .... .'..n.,..__.'_.''. .''.''._'..'.__...._.n.,..n._..._.__.__._.n.n.n.n.. .n._._._....'I Members enrolled were: Mrs. SERMON SERIES IS POPULARThe County, Florida I
Mrs. J. H. Davis, PROBATE JURISDICTIONYou
Broadfoot
R. ,
Sam W?. Houser spent the weekend -' Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Miles of Tam-,)IA. first of a' series of three and each of you arc hereby .
Mrs I. R. Holland Mrs. W. H. notified and required to present any
inVest Palm Beach. pa were Tuesday visitors in Clew Broaderick, Mrs. Fred Topper, sermons on "What Baptists Be- accounts claims and demands which ,
iston. Mrs. Miles you or either of you may have
an authority on I lieve"
received
Mrs. C. Nelson, Mrs B. E. Herring, was very: warmlylast against the estate of Christine Crouch.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Turner spent t Florida's native growths, gave an Sunday night. The series continues Deceased late of said County, to the
JMrs. Bill Blount, Mrs. C. W. Sim-
\ : Saturday in West Palm Beach. Illustrated talk on Florida Ferns with a discussion of the Honorable W. T. Maddox. County
mons, Mrs. M. A. 'Thomas, Mrs. H. Judge of Ilcndiy County Florida at
at the school building in the ev- "Meaning of Church Membership"and his office in the Court House In
E. Trice, Mrs. G. E. Etherton, Mrs.L. the City of LaBelle. Florida, within
Miss Dorothy Hare is visiting ening. A. Wells, Mrs. A. L. Hackett, on October 23rd with the final eight calendar months from the date
Miss Ethel W411is at Newberry.Mr. message on "Baptist Doctrines".. of the: first publication of this notice '
Mrs. 'E. L. Hayes, Mrs. Floyd Each claim or demand must
Mrs. J. C. Swindall, Mrs W L. Members of every denomination will be In writing'and must
Hanna, Mrs. M. C. Powell, Mrs.R. state tho
and Mrs. Judson Francisof I Bellamy, Mrs. D. B. Hampton, Mrs. be interested .in these sermons delivered place of residence and post office
C. Nowling, Mrs.: W. T. Wheeles, address of the claimant and must ,
Canal Point visited here over George McAuley of Moore Haven Miss Marge Hood, Mrs. H. L, Davis by request, with the hope be sworn to by the claimant, his
the week-end. and Mrs. D. C.' Crossland, and Miss that Baptists may be better under- agent or his attorney, or the same
Miss Pauline McMillan, Mrs. E. M. will not be allowed and paid and
,- Jane Stout of Punta Gorda and stood. will become void according to law
.
Alston Mrs.L. .
Mrs. ,
Fred and Jerry Cato spent the Miss Margaret Kader of.Fort My- Cornette Roy What's[ the book of Phillipians Dated this the 23 day of September -' ,
C. Reddish Mrs. Manning Carter A. D., 1938.
week-end visiting relatives in Ar- ers were Monday visitors in Clew- Mrs. Marshall Mines, Mrs John about? Who wrote it and ,why?' CARL IT. BERNER,

cadia.C. iston. I Come to the midweek service Wed- Administrator of the Estateof
Miller.
Leslie
Elmore and Mrs., C. I Christine Crouch
of I An enjoyable social, hour followed nesday at 7:30 and join the dis No. 156-Sept. 23, 30, Oct. 7, Deceased 14, 21.
B. McCreary West Palm Mrs. Wilfred Lockhart of West cussion. Not a sermon nor lecture,
the business meeting.
Beach was a business caller in Palm Beach, a former resident of but a free-for-all discussion; every-

Clewiston Tuesday.Mr. Clewiston was a visitor here the I i one takes part. Bring Bible
Ii i IR8. T. B. SHELLEY your
first of the week. On Tuesday Mrs. pencil and notebook. J. M. COUSEI
j ENTERTAINS AT BRIDGE
and Mrs. M.' H. Scotti left Lockhart and Mrs.: J. A. McGehee "Human Relations" is sometimesa

tile latter part of the week for a drove to Fort Myers, where Mrs. i vague term but when we talk Counselor and Attorney at Law
Mrs. Thomas B. Shelley entertained -
two months' stay in California. McGehee attended a meeting of the I j members of the Wednesday of marriage, children parents, citizenship Hopkins Building
district welfare board and Mrs.
etc., we usually know
( afternoon bridge club at her homeI Wednesdays and Saturdays
Mrs. Sidney Crochet and Mrs. Lockhart visited her daughter. Miss what we mean. Anyhow that's .
9:30 ,
to 4:00
r-: I this week. High score prize, a
."-0. H. Lanier were Saturday visitors Dorothy, who is connected with the dress length of material was won the topic for the B. Y. P. U. pro-

in Miami. welfare 'office.SUNDAY gram this Sunday and it's
by Mrs. L. C. Miller, cut prize, some- r ,
I( thing everyone is interested in. p
SCHOOL CLASS a raffia purse, was won by Mrs. I II

Miss Myrtle Haines of Bartow is Barney Thomas and low a kitchen J. S. CAMPBELL
I ENJOYS I\L\HSHMALJJO'V ROAST
Mrs. E. L. Hayes for several CHOIR ORGANIZED ,
visiting ---.- I apron, by Mrs. H. R. Hall.
days. Gingerbread with whipped cream 1 Another manifestation of the I

I The girl's Sunday school classof I and coffee was served by Mrs. Shel- spirit of advancement displayed itself Jeweler & Watch-maker' ,:
the Community church taughtby
Mrs. Sidney Crochet spent Wed- ley to Mrs Dave Alston Mrs. Keath- Wednesday night when a groupof
I. M. Pafford, enjoyed a marsh-
nesday and Thursday in West Palm ley Bowden, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs.1 twelve met together to be-I

Beach. mallow roast near the city dock on H. R. Hall, Mrs. William H. Lanier, gin a ,choir. The pastor directed All Kinds of Jewelry Repairs

Industrial Canal last Friday even Mrs. Leslie Miller Mrs. Ivey Paf- several songs and plans were made Optical RepairsAT
ing. The girls take turns about I ,
for regular choir rehearsals each
Business visitors in Clewiston ford and Mrs. (jB.. Thomas.
acting as hostesses for the social i CHRISTIAN'S BARBER SHOP
,
Wednesday included George Wrightand 1 Thursday evening. Those presentwere

M. Seeton of West Palm Beach. meetings and Barbara Bruce was 1i i I Mrs. Paul Bussey M rs. SarahJo .. '

-- hostess at this one. NI lIllIllIIilIIIIIIWIIIIl! I i!!!!I mlmllllllll'lllIIiIII'IIIJIIIml1IIIII!!!!!!;IN I!I 'I !'!!!!! !! !I !, Crews Mrs. M. A. Thomas Mrs. 1
A number of the parents joined -- C. W.: Simmons Mrs. E. L. Hayes AGENT
Mrs. Milton McNeill of I
Mr. and I41Churches'
I I I in the fun and a great time was. WITH THE Mrs. Herman Davis, Mrs. H. L. t
Philadelphia; have arrived in Clew- L. B. MershonNew I
enjoyed by the group until a late: C Davis, Mrs. C. Nelson, Mrs. L. C.
,
reside.
iston to I
i hour. I Miller, Bob 'Harris, Jo Lee and V. York Life 1!
Among those attending :
were
C. Woodward. Mrs. Hayes: servedas
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston were Mary Louise Thomas, Ogie Arnette, I Llmm "m"oomdi Insurance :'

recent guests of relatives in Moore Anne Pafford Barbara Bruce Nan I ,! ""mm"mm! ", "NNlillilllllIII!, !" IIINI]"IN!" !! joining accompanist.this, choir Anyone is interestedin cordially CompanyARCADIA

Haven. cy \Mright, Mauryne! Prewitt Betty i i ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH I I invited to attend the next ,rehearsal. -, FLORIDA
Stout Jean Graham
Augur Sally ,
Fr. Pastor
Larry Flynn,
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon E. Bakerof Mary Ann Jones Gloria McDuffie, I I I I II I, NORGE REFRIGERATORS

Felda spent Sunday with friendsin Betty McDuffie Jo Ann Crouch NEXT SUNDAY EVENING
,
Clewiston. Carline Berner, Pat Bailey and I I Mass Sunday will be at eight-!I' Furniture and Homo \-'urnishing9I ,
thirty o'clock here in Clewibton Miss Margaret Keterer, who is
Mary Carlisle and Mr. and Mrs. J. I PHILCO RADIOS i I
and at ten-thirty in St. Mary's educational director of the First, \
Mr. and Mrs. W. F, Simpsonwere D. Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. O. A., Jones, I I Church
church, Pahokee. Baptist of Fort Myers will
guests of friends in Moore Mrs. I., M. Pafford and L. D. the Household FurnishingsInc. j
Confessions are heard on Saturday be a guest at church here Sunday -
evening. Graham. ..
Haven Monday evenings from 7:30''until 8:30// evening, October 16th. Some j

and before Mass Sunday weeks ago Miss Keterer conducted I
on morn
Dr. and Mrs. John P. Higginsand MftS. FOY DURRENCE BELLE GLADE FLORIDA. .
ing. a training school for B. Y. P. U.
little daughter, Patricia spent ENTERTAINS WJTH BRIDGEMrs. i

the week-end in Miami.Mr. I Religious instruction class for I

Foy Durrence entertained I I children Saturday mornings' al 1.11.. :..:..................................................................................NN1111NNNNNNNNIIMNNNNNNNNNNNIThe .. . . .. .. . . .. I'I''i.
nine o'clock.The .: 'J
and Mrs. George Messer are Friday afternoon with a delightful \
first regular meeting of the X + ;
I /:-' parents of a nine and one half bridge party at her home in the % ... I

pound girl, who was born at their Kettl Duplex apartment. Saint altar John boys Chrysostom will be held Society at ten for :;: Folks of Clewiston and the Glades :;: ) i iy
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home here Monday. The living rooms were attractively .: % .
o'clock Saturday morning. The of-
B.I decorated with garden flowers. ficers are: Hervey Bourne presi- % ,Are Invited to :1: j
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Mrs. H. C. Avant, Mrs. D. High score prize, a lovely Fostoria I .
Allen Shari Land and Marge Allen i iI ,I dish, was 'won by Mrs. R. H. dent; Edward VonMach, vicepresident .;. :f:,' ;

I left Wednesday for a visit of*'several -(.Knight, Mrs. H. C. Jones holder ; Dick public Schiffli is welcome, treasurer.The in. this ::: K & K's BIRTHDAY PARTY, ,- _:;:: 1 1i

I days in St. Cloud. of low score was awarded a novel :i: .:. I ;
church at any time.COALMUNITY .'. '
flower pot and Mrs. R. C. Nowling f -
i I I :: 2nd :!: ;
j Mrs. J. M. Couse Jo Anne Couse received a box of bath powder for ; Celebrating Anniversary ... I

I Mrs. V. Gram and Miss Bertha cut prize.A I CHURCH :%: s. '

I: Gram of Moore .Haven were visitors delicious salad course was serv- Forest C. Taylor, Minister :%f: K & K has earned an. enviable reputation during the past two =;. :

: here :Friday. ed by the hostess to Mrs. ,Richard + years for selling: HIGH GRADE, NATIONALLY KNOWN: Plumbing ::: I

I II -- I Knight, Mrs. H. Cecil Jones, Mrs.R. Morning worship and sermon by '. Fixtures, Plumbing; Supplies, Pipe, Pipe Fittings, Valves, etc., .:. I

I i Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff, C. Nowling Mrs. Charles E. the minister at eleven o'clock. Sermon ::
'' AT REASONABLE PRICES EVERY DAY
Mrs. Joanna Knight Mr. and Mrs. Miner, Mrs. Glen Etherton, Mrs subject, "Sails and Center- :: :

Clarence Kreuger spent the week- Campbell E. Nail, Mrs. R. J. Lee, Boards in Religion." A program of I ...f.%. And now at our Birthday: Party we have reduced ouprices .;. "

end in Keyest.. ![ Mrs. W. C. Hooker, Mrs. ''W, H. appropriate music by the, senior s. even lower. ,1: :
-
Lanier, Mrs.: :E. C. Mills Mrs. Roy choir. 'y' .h:.' ..

Hershel Douse of Sarasota ar-Alston,, Mrs. H. H. Turner, Mrs.B. Sunday ,school meets every Sun- y:

rived the first of the week for a J. Schroeder, Mrs. T. B. Shel- day morning at 9:45. .:. .%.

visit with his uncle and aunt, Mr. ley, Mrs R. M. Hare jr., and Mrs. The meeting of the Christian En' -'

and Mrs. Claude L. Downs. Sidney Crochet. The players were deavor society will be held on :: Toilet Comb complete with seat $13.50 ::
I
joined for tea by Mrs. Carl Berner Sunday evening instead of Monday.The I

D. E. Royer is confined in the and Mrs. B. P. Luce. usual services will be heldin _::: Side Arm Kerosene Heaters for hot water :|;: I

Clewiston Emergency Hospital receiving -I Lake Harbor next Sunday: ? |

treatments to further correct MRS. CROSLAND SPEAKSAT The Community! Church extendsa :%t: $15.50 :.!
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injuries which he received last W. M. S. ORGANIZATION most cordial welcome to the public .:. SOIL PIPK FITTINGS, SOLDER, OAKUM: LEAD PIPE, :::

year in a fall at the sugar house.I to join in the worship services ':' LEAD WOOL, LEAD AT LOW PRICES. h.i" .j. '

Mrs. T. C. Crosland, associational and the various activities of the y

Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm W. Bigg president of the Women's Missionary organization. :: + '

left Monday ,for a two weeks' vacation Union, Peace River Association, I ::: :_:
:% .t.i
which they will spend at made an inspiring, talk at the or- Rev Forest C. Taylor was in Fort .. ; ::
; II,' YOUHB THINKING OF BUILDING A SOLAR, I1E \'TEn", ;
several points in western North ganization meeting of the local Women's Myers last ,Saturday on business I .
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::: BUY, YOUR MATERIALS: NOW
Carolina. Missionary Society at the connected with the Community I

.-Ward returnedthe 1 Baptist church Monday afternoon. Church. I :: 66 Gallon Solar Tank, $17.00 :*'

Mrs. Arthur 0., Rev. Marshall Mines, pastor, presided "

latter part of the week from at the meeting and a consti- A large and appreciative audiencewas :i= 82 Gallon Solar Tank $19.50 ::i:: ,

Jacksonville, where she has been tution and by-laws were adopted.The present to hear the ministerof .. ..

visiting her grandmother who is purpose of the W. M. U. was the Clewiston Community Church ':1: Low prices on Copper Pipe, Fittings, Copper Sheets' etc. t;-

quite ill.Charles. { discussed and enjoyable and enlightening when .he delivered the sermon at ::: 16 Gauge Heavy Copper' Sheets, 30M by 90", $0.95 per sheet. :.f:.: '

\:-:"." ..- I I4' talks were made by Mrs. I the hour of evening worship in .i.y 'I':

I. Mann, state representative Crosland and Miss Margaret Kader the ,Metho'dist'church in Moore Y

of the Aetna Life Insur: of Fort Myers. Haven last Sunday evening. .Y. ..'

ance company, was a visitor in: Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot elected % .
was
: :?: Galvanized Pipe and Fittings'fat' a saving of ::
Clewiston Friday. Mr. Mann, whose president of the local society. The FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ;: : ,

home is in Jacksonville, was ac, three vice presidents are Mrs. R. Marshall Mines, Pastor. ..i".. least 25% \1; ..:tat ..'

companied by Miss Anna Barber C. Nowling, Mrs. E. L. Hayes, Mrs.G. r-- % x,
Aetna representative, of West Palm E. Etherton
the secretary is "The Church of Friendly Distinc :

Beach. Mrs. L. C. Miller and the treasurer, tion." :%: ,, ", ...:-..-
Mrs. Carawan Nelson. % "
Services every Sunday: y
I Mrs. M. M. Prewitt and Mrs. A. The
following committee chair-
L. Hackett drove to Fort Myers men were named by the presi- Sunday E. Herring School, Supt.9:45 a. m., 'B. :Y: : K & K PIPE and SUPPLY CO. ', ,

Wednesday for Mrs. Prewitt's aunt, dent ..' I ..
: personal service, Mrs. E. M. ..
Morning Worship: 11:00. Sermon '' The Labor Temple Bldg.
In j
Avenue
: 412-20 Bo. Rosemary -:-
has beena
Mrs. Nollie Swaffer, who Cornette; library Mrs. Wl R. Broad- by the Pastor.B. X y

patient in the Lee Memorial Hospital erick, missionary study, 1Irs.V.. T. Y. P.: U. 6:15 p.m., V. C. ::: WEST PALM .BEACH FLORIDA :X
for a few days. Mrs. Swaffer "Wheeles social Mrs.
C. W. Sim-
Woodward, Director ::: and this sale ends Saturday Nite, October 15. :ix {i:
Our special ,
recently arrived from her, California mons, and publicity Mrs. B. EHerring. party, ,
home to spend some time with Evening Preaching 7:30 p. : COME EARLY YJ
I Sermon by the Pastor. m.l,

:!,., Mr. and Mrs. Prewitt, Visitors at.' the meeting.. Included'J I Midweek, Service" ? every, : .- ...->..;..:s..........,....................X"X..x..x..H!...K"HI .....!....!......!.....!......'......:...........!.......................................!.........-!. .!.
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CHAPTER X Continued lived because I was afraid to die. "Bu*, you would have!" Dale ex- "Is Dale in trouble? Oh, pleasetell Those who,become famous do

-14- I worked with my brain and my claimed' harshly. "Can't you see me what it is, Pink!" not study too long the footprints of

"Did this Kelsey question you hands trying to forget. I failed in what you've let me do to-to some. 'Fraid he is. The kid's goin'to others in the sands of time. fit

about your mother?" Farwell asked. everything. A Cain. now. Alwaysin body? I can take it. But Lee." He try and kill me when he finds I Absent-mindedness is no help to

"Then it's something about my flight." made an effort to control himself."I come here. But somebody's got to forgetting things ,you want to

mother." Dale sat motionless, listening. think there is only one thing I do somethin' for him and you're the forget.

"About all of us, Dale. Our day Someone passed the house, whis- would ever like to know from you." only one I know who can bring rI.

of reckoning. Hearts of men are tling carelessly. A hollow thump Dale's voice was curiously calm. him around."

as nothing'' The old familiar against the front door. The eve- "You have let me live a lie. Why "You can tell me, Pink. There is Crochet Doilies for

fervor touched his.voice. Vanished. ning paper from the city. And herein did you try so hard to make me nothing in the world I wouldn't do

"Souls are in the balance now. this upper room the world had believe that my mother ." 'He for Dale." Evry-Day.Pleasure t"

Souls I say. Are you .listening?" come to a standstill could not finish it. "Well then ....Miss Lee, I'm_alot !

"Yes." "Because your mother was good older you. It's a queer world tom, ,k

"When I left the seminary I sup- Jonathan Farwell's voice again, Dale. The sin was mine. Never any way you want to look at it. r,' :M',. L .
pitched in that unbearable monotone hers. Wait-where are going?" Did ''' .,_,,.. '. ........ .
plied the pulpit of our church in a you you ever stop to figure that f.u.l'j," H, ,. 0:. ..: .!"
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small Oregon town. Middleton. It "I don't know. when a guy climbs through the f r: ",: w ',' 'J. ". j ;. r.

'was your mother's,home from child "It was in the fall of 1914 that a Dale flung himself out of the ropes, he-well, he don't have sucha :; ; : ": :" t ?. ,.;;'fJ. ;. .: .. ,,.! .. ;,

hood. Her father was dead. Some solution came to me. Thousandswere study. The door closed behind him hell of a lot to say about it. He .' :f". ."' ": '....,..L'.r, 1lffh I
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r r of this you know. Elaine and your meeting death in the war. I with a crash. A few strides took goes to his corner and waits for ::; ..\ J. ,l';;.. l J' }. -
crossed into Canada and enlisted him into his own room where he the Sometimes t. t .:,...' ,(....;.,.'. !, "' t. ;,
grandmother were alone. with a contingent training for paused looking about with gong. just sometimes ..;:.:: /..II ::: .."; :i!..".. ..... ::'.t: ,. \.c
over- a vacant I .. .. ''
that. A respectful the match is fixed .. "' ''
"You have told me say, r.. 1I.:. \ ..: "! ;... / ;
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marked the seas. I had no intention of com stare as if he had found him ahead of time. Wonder if .;.\\= :. ;: !- .

words. impatience ing back. self in a strange place. that ." you get t; ;: 1i, ; .;jir; ;: ';ji: f;......t '
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"There is not much more. I was His eyes fell upon the picture of .... ;: ,. : ', i
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"And I have tried to have you "You mean Lee hazarded in a ; ; ;: :-:: j .
know Elaine. As she was then- in battle many times. I wanted to his mother hanging in the chimney low voice "that something hap- '''''IIJ'.1:: fl f.f,., I--t......" l....;...'.................:.:,....I./r.....'-:, -/...'>:::.A.. .

and beautiful. be among those I saw falling on niche. Very slowly he approachedthe pened to Dale. Something thatwasn't .,.'U..... ,";. '....f,4JI.Y.l.f.:.. .'.:...;.. _.,.:;!f ';
very young very .
hand but God would one-time shrine detached the .t' f
every not let ;
his fault .r.l.f.. =
4 Scarcely more than a child. Fragile. their And from the wall held it at all. >Pl: ,. (;Jij ;.;! (...", ,...-. ... "
join photograph 'I ,
me some .
company. ..r..
I wondering if I can make "Yeah. His bout was fixed. That's.it. / ,... ....{4'.JI.IIi:: .. .
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where in all that ruck' of blood and clenched in his two hands.. A sudden ." t "." ."tI.. ..J..r.. .. .."'..."".'," '\....'..''t .J. ['.
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filth I I found soul. I wrench and the frame ; .. "
owe was .j"n
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Those what you'retrying -Jo.. \"l'J.T'J"'U 't"'l'.
bleak life had been. .. .
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Pink. Its fell and .' ... -.c. "
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to pulled apart. glass ,.
harsh softened only by to tell me, Pink," Lee said ...../. 1I1t ::,' ..,l.'" .' ,, ( '
experiences .: .
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"So he knows, Dale muttered. shattered on the bare' floor boards. .. i" "
after little. "I'm .
my faith in God. It drove me. I a thinking of Dale. :: :.: )v ;./
"Yes he knows everything. When Dale took one lingering look at
Nothing else matters." .. ._i."
I fancied I
intolerant. :
was zealous death walks with men by day and the portrait, lifted it and held it for j .,: :;:' '"
"You mean it Miss Lee? You ,.
myself another Saint Paul called :0070:
>)
} night all human values shrink. Men an instant against his cheek. Very fr.
,
\
i to persecute. Before these past few mean you stick by what you said- ,. ) \

+' days I doubt if you could have un- .....it .. .. about doin' anything for the kid?" !l;{: l... L;

derrtood how I came to love Elaine. "Yes, Pink. Anything." ....v 07'" F.

i Or ether, how she could have'loved L e+I 111 g' tr x 'a( r"rn "Gawd! Excuse me, Miss Lee. ..",1'
You're actin awful white about it.
such
myself.
a man as Pattern 5998.
Dale's thoughts had turned swift- I know what sent the kid down r

ly to Lee. "I know," he said sim for the count today. He was think- Indulge your love of luxury with F

M6R in about you. What it was goin'to these lovely doilies.:: Whether it's f-
ply."I do to 1 know
you. that same as
think you do now. And I did o 4t if he'd told your buffet or your luncheon table ,,1

love her. It was the same fierce aY sFt me. that you want to dress up, this pattern G'
"What do Pink? You andI
can we ,
ness that characterized will do it t
my every v but ?" Lee asked soberly. effectively. The :
desire. I brushed aside her every 1 "That's three sizes (15 by 28, 12* and '<
a tough one, .Mulgrew
doubt. I was convinced our union 5Vz inches in string) are most r
/7 admitted morosely. "I can't drag
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desired God. And I forced .
was by
and
practical lend themselves to
I : S the dominie into this so much. You'see
her to see it, although She ; he told me the whole thing a many uses. Use a finer cotton t

was promised to another, Dale. Theman's 't long time ago. You gotta take my for smaller doilies. Pattern 5998 r;
name was Kelsey. Wade Kel- contains instructions for makingthe
word for it he had his reasons for .
sey."I never tellin' the kid. Until today doilies; an illustration of them
told you I never had'seen this ;1 I You see-well the kid is tellin' and *,of stitches; photograph of .',

man. I'' believe that is true. He $ the dominie all about his new job. doily; materials needed. '

meant nothing to me, save that he When he gets around to sayin' the To obtain this pattern, send 15 ;.

stood in the way of an ordained ir name of the boss ." cents in stamps or coins (coins .

plan.. I recall that he was an engi- "Never mind, Pink. I can guess.'" preferred) to The Sewing Circle,

neer then. Stationed in Middleton. "You're one ahead of me all the Household Arts Dept., 259 W. 14th, \ '

Elaine consented to our marriage 4fi'5'd' time. ,Can you beat that one? Twenty Street, New York, N. Y. i
when I was given first regular
my '. years and never a word of the
': Please write name ad- C
your ,
ir 'i
appointment. I took her out of the
guy. And then right out of a clear dress and number plainly. .
pattern
,; .
only home she had known.
ever
sky, like 'I said. Worse'n a story
Hundreds of miles away. Among book."

strangers." "Where is Dale?"

"But she was happy," Dale interjected "Can't say for sure. He walkedout.

defensively. Again it was I tried to stop him. It woulda weak eyes

Lee."Some meant a fight. I didn't have the

flowers do not bear trans- 1 heart to smear him. Maybe I are made strong by Leonardi's i,

planting. I may not spare myself, should, at that." Eye Lotion. Inflammation is I
if "That's a tough one," Mulgrew admitted morosely. .
understand.
you are to I bruised "But suppose he doesn't come cured without pain in one day. :

her with my relentless efforts. know each other for what they are.I gently he laid it on the shelf. He back! Pink he told me all about No other eye remedy so pure r.
Elaine tried-pitifully. God knows.So his mother. I know well
may not tell you of Pink. Save left the room, walking quietly. This as as you and the
healing. Keeps 1n
do I She wanted to I ; eyes
now. con do what this is doing to him. We
that his small shelters heart
body a time, he sought the rear stairway.
form to my pattern of life. The must help him! We must find him! working trim. '.
whose equal I never have found in "Kid! Wait a minute.
tragedy of all was my own blind And you don't know where he is LEONARDI'SCOLDEN
another. You believe that.
are to There was Pink barring the out- I
I ,failed her. And she "
ness. never .
Some day, you will realize my debt er door of the kitchen with his small EYE LOTION f'
knew. "Maybe I don't. But it don't stop !
there. frame. Deep shadows'filled the MAKES WEAK EYES STRONG :
"What are you trying to say?" Farwell rose to his feet with me from havin' a good guess. If t all
room. 35C JnggbtiNi
The boyish voice could not concealits you say you want him, I'll dig him
seeming difficulty and moved to the with -
50
"Get out of the way. Large Sift Droppci etntt
anguish. I That's a promise, Miss Lee.
table where he stood supporting his "Don't be like that, kid. I know. up. 8. B.Leonard & Co., New Rochelle, N. T. ("
That I saw when it was too late. weight on his hands. "Oh, is it, Pink? I'll wait. Until

How lonely and frightened she,must : "When I returned from France I Where you goin'" ? tomorrow. You won't fail me!"

have been.. I, was obliged to leave "Anywhere. "Not a chance. Not a chance."
knew that my only salvation was in Pink followed Dale as far as the
home for
a few days. I told Elaine
that I would expect her to conductthe a life devoted once more "to the back porch and watched him .hurry Get rid of WORMS in childrenor
church. I sought out swiftly through the dusk. He made CHAPTER XIV adults. An enormous appe-
weekly service. It
prayer "
"No! There of desperation
was a ring his back into the darkened
seemed trivial way tite itching of the nose, grind-
a thing. She shrank ,
in Dale's voice. He left Dale pushed on.
house with heavy heart. Then he
a of teeth in sleep eating
from the idea in ing ,
terror. I would
reflections did
not
the bed in his turn, to stand at stepped into the parlor and listened His torturing
not listen. It was the simple dutyof far afield Pink dirt or clay are symptoms that
Farwell's back. "Let's get this : From overhead drive him as as I
a pastor's wife. I chided her done. Where-where did find attentively. came suspected. He made his way out may indicate worms. The best ,..
you the sound of footfalls back
pacing
for want of faith-for giving way me?" over a road that passed a woodland medicine to drive them out is
and forth.
to her nerves. It was the culmination "Your patch not far from the town limit. Dr. Peery's "Dead Shot" Ver
for her. Everything must have grandmother. was caringfor An hour later, Pink was in the It was dark among the trees. Grate mifuge. 50c a bottle at drug-- (i

toppled ." you. I kitchen adjusting his tie before a i fully dark. There was nearness of: gists or Wright's Pill Co., 100
mother .
"My .
small mirror. He had changed into Gold St. New York N. Y.1rnNEYs .
"What did my-mother do? Dale's rain in the unseasonable warmth. I.i I.
"Had Dale. She left
found rest
his checked suit and the ceremonial
fingers slowly relaxed their
hold. vaulted fence and stumbled I
Dale -
a
to Kelsey brought her
His hand fell to the bed. you me. derby was on the back of his head.
through the crackling under-
home. Jonathan Farwell faced
"I ain't a-goin' to get thankednone
"She was gone when I came brush heedless of briars that
about with effort. His head ,
an came
for this, either, he mutteredto 1
home. There was a note. She had caught and tore at his knees in -
as he met Dale's unflinch-
up' gaze his reflection. \
failed me, so she said. My life and ingly. "Say what you will. We are passing. When he found himself in r

work were all that mattered. She a small clearing, safe from the
was doing it for Me." men. Lee Brady sat alone in 'the swing For 25c Coin or Stamps I will mall you ..
me. of hurrying
prying gleam car a recipe to prepare simple tea at borne r'
"Go on." "I am trying to make myself' that hung in a shadowy corner of lamps, he flung himself to the from a vegetable rich in iron and potash at ..'
think of you," Dale said slowly. "I the front porch. 'When her vigil a cost of less than one cent per day that 1* .. \.
"Even then .
I did not believe the ground under ,a tree. giving relief to a multitude of sufferers. .:. '
truth. I went to your grandmother'sat want to remember all that you have was rewarded by the sound of approaching Alone at last with his seething John Alden Standish Monrovia Calif.(
once. I kept telling myself Elaine done for .me. Everything is gone steps from the street, she I ,
thoughts.So
now. hurried forward with a low word of
would be there. That
a moment of i
the
panic had driven her home. Mrs. "Dpn't say that. I do not wish greeting-halted in confusion. A far, there had been only WNU-7 41-38

Cameron could tell you to think of me. I killed the small man. stood below her, hat in wild urge to escape. From every-
me nothing. We A realization
love of life. Lived in hand. thing. Everybody. vague
one great my
searched. Oh, yes, we searched. battle to
he
that must give
Days dragged by. Months. I nev- the hell from which I have warned I' "Oh Mr. Mulgrew. Won't life, reach a decision of sort. But iiLE: RELEIGUARANTEED .

er saw her again." others. There was but one possible you come up? I was expecting Dale. his brain refused to function. He

"You mean she Kelsey." atonement. Can't you see that? Is-did he send me a message?" crouched alone in a mad upside- ;
Dale forced the words from his stiff You are all that I have left of "No'm, he didn't." Pink'' ascendedthe Hands clenched
world.
down in an-
Elaine. Your life is all ahead of steps and glanced about uncer- In 24 Hours or Money Refunded
lips."Wait. guish. Host to a stormy panoramaof
you. "I to talk to Thousands of users have found this .
Farwell lifted a hand in tainly. want you a distorted images.TO new,
f weary protest. "You must let me "Yes. A nobody." Dale chokedon minute. You see, Miss Lee, I don't ( BE CONTINUED) easy magic to after use preparation having suffered works for almost years.like ;6 t

tell you as I can. I paid for it with the word. "And ,you've let me know you so very good. But you always SPECIAL-Clip thi ad and print :your

my soul. It is a dreadful thing for go on and on." struck me as bein' pretty name plainly with on sheet of paper and tend ,i
together $1.00 ill Cah.P.O.Money
a man to lose his soul, Dale. My "I thought perhaps God was giv- square. Of course, I'm wise to you Do Not Congratulate BrideA Order Check or Stamp to Jetta'i Pile
conscience drove me out of my ing me a chance. I always was and the kid. I'm the first one he guest is careful not to congratulate Relief.Box 1254.Wilmington,Del.,within .
tea days and a regular $2.50 complete
church and away from my God. The fearful of this day. But years spilled it to. You're pretty strongfor a bride. This is in violationof treatment will be sent:you by return mall. ._...

conviction that I was to preach was passed. Nothing came out of the him, too. I'm wondering just the rules of etiquette. One wishes Don't delay another minute. If you are .

inborn. There was my father-his: void. I might have known. God how much you'd do for him if he the bride the greatest happiness, 24 not hours delighted your and money amazed will at be results refunded.in '

father. I threw all that aside and never forgets." was in a jam." and congratulates the groom.
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s PAGE EIGHT THE CLEWISTON :NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1938

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Murel Golden, Maureen Johnson Is unknown, and -, her husband, members of the County Board juris-
Link Of Road 26
whose Christian and surname are Public Instruction of said County. altering or
Peggy Powell, Ann Prewitt, Volney both unknown, if alive; Mrs L,. A. the validation of bonds and passed unless

Robbins, Richard Knight, Harry Wombacker and L.: A. Wombacker, issue of $33,000,00, issued therefor
Completed: Last Week her- husband, if alive; Mary E. authority of Chapter 579 et. seq., in the man-
Vaughn, Lionel Beatty and A. D. Wright, unmarried, divorced or a the Revised General Statutes the matter
/ Dobbin widow, and if married, Mary E. I Florida, and pursuant to may be situ-
-, whose married surname Is and proceedings'of the said be published
The Auchter Construction Com- Second grade: Gene 'Bledsoe, unknown and -, her husband, and with the assent of a by law at
Vernice Creel Cor- whose Christian and surname are of the votes cast at a special introduction
pany of Jacksonville completed their Bobby Hanna, both unknown if alive; Pearl Wright, held on May 17th, 1938. for such bill.

twenty mile contract on road 26 rine VonMaoh, June Collier, Chris- a widow, if alive; and John Zvola ck, purpose, said bonds being issued any has been
also known as Jno. Zvolanek and provide funds for the
the first of last week and the tine Espenlaub, Shirley Owen, in the
Mrtf. John Zvolanck. his wife, If of public free school buildings be
grade for the new short-line high- Charles Miner. alive and if any of the above named grounds In said District, and bill shall shall be :
persons be dead; all parties claimll1G'Interesta said petition will be heard
way from the Everglades to Mi- Third grade: Clifford Beatty, under such deceased personor the Honorable George W. the bill in the
persons: or otherwise, all parties Judge of said Court In of State in
ami is now comlJetcfrom Okee- Junior Martinez, Oliver Martinez, chambers
shall
claiming interests under Peter A.
: .aBelle Florida, on the 26th day
lanta: to Fort Lauderdale 01 Canal about all unknown persons having or claiming ten o'clock A.,, M. on said date Legislatures
the bibs Berner Mary
lanla Carline
is I
on BrucQ, ,
the
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an interest in the real property you and each of you are upon
three miles south of South Bay. I Kathryn Dycss, Betty Dixon, Lillian lying and being situate in the Countyof notified and required to appear ) and of the
traveled Hcndiy, State of Florida the said Judge at the time and : PROVID-
Local people who have I Golden and Kim Kolstad.
I 1 NWU of the NW'/i of the to-wit:1 above specified to show cause, of any
the new route say that it saves Fourth grade: Gloria Carmouche, of Section 23, Township South, any ;you have or if any there hereunder
the Range 31 East; wHy said bonds shall not be a provision
time in making Louise Prewitt.
considerable Johnson
Mary Ruth SE A, of the NWU of the SW'i and confirmed as is authorized shall not
trip, to Miami but so far has little I Fifth grade: David Belcher, Jean of Section 23, Township 43 South law, and as is prayed in said until

traffic and is a lonely trip to Augur, Nora Oglesby, ;,Wanda Mae Range NWJof 34 East the ;SW'/i of the SW'/i Clerk WITNESS of said my Court official and signature the seal a held referendum in tire

make. I Shelfer, Joan Walker of Section 23, Township 43 South, said Court hereto affixed at with
Range 34 East; Court house in LaBelle Florida In such
Sixth grade: Nick Schiffli, Sue this 30th day of September, 1938. law.
SE& of the R'V1of the SW'/
Miss Mabbette Moves VonMach, Christine Redish, Par- of Section 23, Township 43 South (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,

melia Bourne: Range 34 East: Clerk Circuit Court, Proposing
SVof the SWVi of the SE1%
ry County, Florida. 2 of Article
Office To Ft. MyersMiss Seventh grade: Marianne Jones, of Range Section 34 23 East, Township: 43 South, LOUIS 0., GRAVELY, of Florida Re-

Philip McLeod. Solicitor for Petitioners.No. Finance by
SEH of the SW% of the SEI/ That
Eighth grade: Anne of Section 23. Township .43 South 157-Sept. 30 Oct. 7, 14, 21. Provide for

Cynthia May :Mabbette, state Gloria McDuffie, Elbert pafford'i Range 31 East; . State Ap:
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SE'l of of {
the SEii tho SE} : the Benefit or
board of health representative for Ninth grade: None. of Section 23, Township South, Public Free

Hendry, Glades, Lee, Charlotte and Tenth grade: Renee Wethiugton, Range :S4: East; NOTICE 'r'() CHEDITOKS.In Institutions
W& cf the NC'of the NE%, of the
moved her I a Part
Collier counties, has Julia Oglesby. I of :Section :35, Township 43 South, Court of County Judge ) on an Equal-
headquarters to Fort Myers in ord- Eleventh grade: Maxine Doty, Range 34 East: County, Florida. ;
Elk of the N\VI4 of the :
er to be more easily accessibleto Florence Graham, Dick Patterson, of' Section 35, Township 43 South NEW, PROBATE JURISDICTION THE LEGIS-

the territory which she serves. J. D. Hooker, Hervey Bourne, Range 34 East; You and eacn or you are amendment OF FLOR-

Her home is located at 2220 Wash- Edythe Cornette and Louis Leiter. EI& of the SW>i of the NEU accounts notified and claims required and demands to present IX of the Con-
of Section
35. Township 43 South.
ington Avenue, Fort Myers. Twelfth grade: Mary Warren, Range 34 East: you, or either of you, may the to taxiJJ.: ;

Miss Mabbette is district super Waters Billie Hooker, Violet Wfc of the SWtt of the NE%, against the estate of Milton shall be sub- ,
Gaudy of Section 35, Township 43 South, Crouch Deceased late of said
visor of nurses ,and was recently I Bethea, Christine, Dell, RobertaSpicer Range 34 East; to the Honorable W. T. Maddox, electors of the
ratification or
E'4 of the SE'/i of the ty Judgeof Hendry County, "
NEM,
transferred to this territory. Bill Owen, LeRoy Hare and of Section 35, Township 43 South, at his office in the Court House general
34 Eastvlz the City of LaBelle, Florida 1938.
Bernice. .Guthrie.LEGAL Range ;
2 of Article
\ or tne bE'i of the ND'4of eight calendar months from
Education Is Theme- Section 35, Township 43 South of the first publication of this of Florida be
I Range 34 East; tice. Each claim or demand must amended so
in writing and must state the
I ,EVi of the NEVl of the NWtf of residence and post office shall
NOTICES of Section 35, Township 43 South, of the claimant and must be to defray
(Continued from page 1) Range 34 East: to' by the claimant, his agent or including
department Wifc of the NEU of the N\Vyt attcrney, or the same will not the benefit
state -
for the
Advisor
lum .
of Section
Township 43 SouthRaniTft ,
allowed and paid and will of public free
explained the public school 34 East: void
according to law. with
El of the SWVi of the NWV Dated this the 23 of
day and
setup and explained why Florida IN TIIK OIKCUIT C'OUKT OIfTWKM'TH 'rl": of Sectjon 35, Township, 43 South, A. D., 1938. of Higher

was given such a low rating in educational JUDICIAL CIKCLIT OF Range 31 East; CARL II. BERNER, year;and also

facilities with the other "'I OICIDA. IN AND FOR HENDiIi'COUN'T' W'/j of the SWtt of the NW /. Administrator of the the principle
]', IN_ CIIAAG HY. of Section 35, Township 43 South, of Milton II. Crouch, indebted- _
forty-eight states. The fact that .. NO. fi'-Z: Range 34 East: No. 155-Sept. 23, 30. Oct. 7, 14, :
E?6 of the SEU of the NWU
not
is
stands thirty-ninth FINANCE :
Florida RECONSTRUCTION of Section 35, Township 43 South,
due to the system, he said, but CORPORATION, exIstingundcr a corporation :: Range" 34 East; Proposing
organized and
used by W% of the SE'/i of the NW'of / XIV of the
rather to the methods the laws of the United States : NOTICE OF ELECTION
Relating to
Plaintiff : Section 35, Township 43 South,
the experts in arriving at the status : Range 34 East: CONSTITUTIONAL Thereto
v.
of states without due regard for ,\V p. ANDREWS' and : E1of the NJof the SW'/i Specially ap
AUDREY ANDREWS. his wife, : of Section ,35 Township 43 South, WHEREAS the legislature of Recognized
the conditions, such as Mr. Cate and others named in the bill : Range 3,1' East; under the Constitution of 1885, of Florida Nation-

had described, which existed in the Defendants. : N'of the NW&of the 8\yt4 State of Florida, did pass four

tribute I ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIt J of Section 35, Township 43 South, Resolutions proposing THE LEGIS-
schools. Mr. Stone also paid I Range 34 East: the Constitution! of the State of OF FLOR-

to the splendid progress being made I appearing: by the sworn bill .of S\VJ,4 of tho>NWi of the SW'/ ida and the same were agreed to amendment
complaint filed herein that the plaintiff of Section 35, 'Township 43 South, a vote of three fifths of all the Constitution of
with the Clewiston school. is 'entitled to an order of publication Range '34 East; bers elected to each house; that State Militia

Both talks were much enjoyed t SE'i of the NWU of the SW% votes on said Joint Resolutions additional Sec-
1T IS ORDERED that the defendants entered upon their respective 5 of said
of Kiwanians present. of Section 35, Township ,43 South,
by the group Alice Baker a widow; G. C. Range 34 East: with the yeas' and nays thereon, applicable to
iSantz as Trustee, and Mrs. G. C, W% of the SW& of the SW4 they did determine and direct State troops

,,, NNN''NNr lli I iVNIIINNiNiiNNNi! :NNINi 'hill lmMlrnl it I Jmmrn! IIIIilliiiiNl! li .1 JJantz.Dennis alive Reinhardt his W. wife Burke: W.Mary her Boerner husband Burke and and if of Range Section 34 35 East.EV4 Tdwnship. 43 South, General the to said the Joint electors Election Resolutions of the State be at Guard be submitted is here

: of the SEU of the SW% in November of Florida
I Emma Boerncr, his. wife. 'if alive: of Section Township 43 South, NOW THEREFORE. I. R. A. at the
NEWS Simon Burdick and Mrs. Simon Bur- Range 34 East: Secretary of State of the State to' be held in
SCHOOL dick his wife; Eva I. Brandon, if wyi of the SEU of the SW1 Florida, do hereby give notice
unmarried, divorced or a widow, andif of Section '35. Township 43 South, GENERAL ELECTIONwill 'ol'y NATIONAL
whose mar- '
married, Eva I. -, Range 34 East:
Kditor _...__+__....__..-. Bill Owen ried surname is unknown, and -. be held in each county in there shall
her husband, whose Christian and Eli of the NEVI of the SEy on Tuesday next succeeding the a federally
.Ass't Editor mo____ J. D. Hooker surname are both unknown if alive: of Section' 35. Township 43 South, Monday in November, A. D. 1938, the same

Sports Editor ........-- Dick Owen John Carbone Frank Carbone and Range 34 East: said Tuesday being the and. subject tc
Vincent Giordano, co-partners doing WV of the NEIof. the SEtA the Governor,
I business as Carbone Brothers & of Section 35, Township 43 South, EIGHTH DAY OF \ in Chief 1
Thomas J. uarnei ana sirs; Range 34 East:' I for the ratification or rejection of I shall be

!![ii iINiNNluhaf I i mllllll milmmm!! mlillllilllim!it!II! IN!ilImllillimmllllllIfiliiinp'The II! !! I Thomas Company Florence C; 'A.Garner Carrier his, wife if unmarried, if alive;, I of E Section/j of' the 35.' Township SWi of the 43 South SEi said amendments, Joint to Resolutions the Constitution of ': by provisions the State sup-of V

I divorced or a widow, and if mar- Range 34 East; State of Florida viz: arming
school wishes to express its ried, Florepce A. -. whose mar- W% of the SWU of the SE,,{ A JOINT RESOLUTION said National

appreciation to the following business ried surname is unknown: and -, of Section 35 Township 43 South, the Amendment of Section 7 of the Acts of
her husband whose Christian and I Range 34 East: X cf the Constitution. Relating to of the Unit-
men "of Clewiston who through surname are both unknown; .Tohonnes E'of the SE;% of the SEy Exemption of Homesteads from thereunto

their donations' of money and ma- Chi Fredericksen and Mrs. JohonnesChi of Section 35, Township 43 South ation. of the feder
'
Fredericl terial have made possible the con- E A. Crawford and Mrs. E. A. Craw WVs of the, SEtt of the SEi% LATURE OF THE STATE OF General, shall

struction of bleachers for our foot- ford, his wife if alive; Edward A. of Section 35. Township 43 South, IDA: That the following be subject to
Crawford and Mrs. Edward A. Crawford Range 34 East;.
The introduction of foot- of Section 7 of Article X of the or com-
ball field.
his wife if alive; B. J. Cun-
Ely of the NBJ/t of the NE, stitution of the State of Florida such, solely on
ball into the school has been an expensive ningham and Mrs. B. J. Cunningham of Section 1, Township' 41 South, lating to the exemption of char-
his wife if alive; John Davidson, also
Range 34 East; determined
and from taxation be, and the ::; ac-
undertaking we are I known as John Davidson and Mrs: Wof the NE',4 of the NEl4 and
hereby, agreed to, and shall be usages
.Tohn Davldeen his wife, if alive; J.P .
faced with a considerable indebt- of Section 1. Township 44 South, mitted to the electors of the )' in this
: Gilmore and Mrs. J. P. Gilmore Range 34 East:
edness yet so if there are others his wife, if alive: Glenn W. Hav*>nand g% of the NWU of the NEl4 at the General Election of notwith-of of-
Mrs. Glenn \V. Haven his wife, atives In 1938 for approval or
who and will make donationswe of Section 1. Township 44 South, the
can
if alive: Victor II. Haven and Mrs. Rune-e 34 East: : tion; that is to say, that the Federally '
will appreciate 'it tremendously: Victor H. Haven, his wife. if alive W1% of the NWU of the xNEy Section 7 of Article X of the shall be
Oscar Hildebrand and Mrs. Oscar Hil- stitution be amended so as to r y regulations
The following' donated $29.00 in of Section 1. Township 44 South, with the
follows
debrand. his wife, Ifali'e; Abbie Range 31 East; :
cash and $6.00 in materials for the Hise if unmarried, divorced or a of the U. S.
NE> Every person who has the legal
Elf of the SWyt of the 4
I widow, and if married. Abbie "":- .
bleachers: Peter Chagaris, D. G. whose married surname is unknown of Section 1. Township 44 SouthRanee or beneficial title in equity to with
property in this State and who
Alston, J. G. Niblack', Wilbur Goff, and -, her husband, 'V% of 34 the East SWU: of the NE, sides thereon and in good faith and the
whose Christian and arc
surname
E. M. Cornette, Carl Berner, H. J. both unknown if alive; Fred W of Section '!, Township 44 SouthRange or the the same permanent his or her home permanent of and to the returns same
34
L. A. Turner J. A. McGe- Holm also known as Fred W. Jlalm, East:
Oglesby, W'/4 of the NEU of the NW I others legally or naturally as are
And Mrs Fred '\'. Holm, his wife:
hee, C. L. Downs, Dean King, Glen Olive H. Johnson, if unmarried divorced of Section 1, Township 44 South upon said person shall be elections
Range 34 East an exemption from all taxation
: ,
Ezelle Miss Mar- or a widow and if. rnarrSed i
Etherton, J. W. ,
Olive H. -- -, whose' married sur- : E'4 .of the NWU of the NW1/ for assessments for special WHEREOF
ion Leydig, E, L. Stewart, G. Small, name is unknown.1 and -, her of Section 1. Township 44 South, up to the assessed valuation of I set my
Ran ire 34 East: Thousand Dollars the said the
husband, whose Christian and surname on Great
C. V. Parkinson, E. E: Kelly and .ar" both unknown if1ive; E>/{& of the SWU' of the N\VIa and contiguous real property, as State of Flor-

the United States Sugar Corporation. Orin P. Kinsey and Mrs. Orin P. Kin- I of Section 1, Township 44 South, fined in Article 10, Section 1, of the Cap-
I sey his wife if alive: George N. Range 34 East? Constitution for the year 1939 30th day of
Klein and Mrs. George N. Klein, Ms I W% of the SE 34 of the NWy thereafter. Said title may be held 1938.
/ wife; Martin Knutson and Ella Knut- \ of Section 1. Township 44 South, the entireties jointly, or in GRAY,
COMMERCIAL CLASS BEGINS I SOil his wife, i if alive: A. .J. Kr .T. Kreidlei his wife if be apportioned such of
and Mrs A. be and appear in the above entitled among i
alive; Harold W. Landwehr and cause at the Court House for Hendry owners as shall reside thereon, as
The commercial class started Gladys Landwehr, his wife, if iilivo; County, Florida, at LaBelle. Florida, respective interests shall appear,
Monday night with about twenty W. B. Lang and Effie O. L'angids on Monday, the 7th day of November no such exemption of more than
wife: \V. J. Luttrell and Mrs.V.. J. !938 to answer the bill of complaInt Thousand Dollars shall be allowed -
present. The class will meet three Luttrell. his wlf('. if alive; John E. 'Hod in said cause else the allegations any one person anyone '

nights a week on Monday, Tuesdayand Manshardt and Mrs. John E. tl-in- .>f said bill of complaint will be taken house nor shall the amount of 'SAFE '
shnrdt, his wife if alive; Jennie Mc- .1* confessed' by the said defendants. exemption allowed any person .
Thursday from 7:00 to 8:30at Cullough, if unmarried divorced or This order hall be published one the proportionate assessed ,

the school with Miss Helen a widow and if married. Jennie I each I week for four consecutive week l based on the interest owned by
--:--, whose married surname is The Clewiston News, a newspaper person The Legislature: may
Knight as instructor. The course unknown and -- her husb-rod, general circulation published inentin' 'appropriate and reasonable laws

consists of shorthand and typing.' whose Christian and surname are I.n County, Florida. lating the manner of establishing
both unknown if alive:, John McKenna -
said
right to exemption.-
DONE AND ORDERED this 5 day
commercial
The
cass is scheduled and Mrs. John McKenna, his wife.
if alive; F M. Peacock and "Mrs. F.M 1- O..tnhpr, 1059____. 1 -
as a school class open to all I Peacock. his wife: Clyde Chjjtles::: SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL A JOINT RESOLUTION

Seniors and Juniors who receive ck and Mrs. Clvde Charles P-:Ck. Clerk of the Circuit Court an Amendment to Section 21 of l
his wife, If alive: Edwin Penisten and for Hendry County Florida.
permission from the Principal to 3 of the Constitution of the State
MraEdwin his' wife, if: "
Pentsten .
I VANS: I: I.T.ERSHON: & SAWYER, Florida Relating the Publication
take the course.Arrangements dive; W. II. Pontius if alive: Elizabeth Miami. Florida, Notice of Intention to Pass Local
S. Porter a widow if alive Solicitors for Plaintiff.
were previously Francis S.' Robbins and Mrs. FrancisS Special Laws.
No. 158: -Oct. 7, 14, 21, 28, 1938. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE
made with the state department of Robbins his wife, if alive; 1J.. I
LATURE OF THE STATE OF
Robbins and Mrs. W J. Robbins his
public instruction so that one unit wife, if alive: Fred 0: Scott find IDA: That the following E
of high school credit will be givento Mabelle: L. Scott his wife: Charles to Section 21 of Article 3 of the
THL.
OF .
l.V THE OIHOUIT COURT
Seneft. Sr., and Mrs. Charles Seneft. stitution of the State of Florida '
those who complete the course. Rr.. his wife if alive: Agnes G. T'VI<:I.FTII .JUDH 'A', CIRCUIT OF amended at the general election
Miss Knight is a graduate of Shields, if unmarried divorced or f TIIR' STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND 1928, be, and the same is hereby places for ;
widow, and If married, Agnes G. FOR IIRNBRY COUNTY FLORIDA. to and shall be submitted for deposit ,-
F. S. C. W., where she specializedin -, whose married surname is, cation or rejection by the ,

commercial subjects and is unknown and -, her husband, Special Tax School District ) electors of the State of Florida invested, ..
pro- No.7, Hendry County Florida, )
whose Christian and surname am at the general election to be -icld difference :
perly certified to teach all both if by and Through Its Proper ) ,'
commercial unknown alive; Joseph F. November, A. D. 1938: that, is to
Kiebert and Mrs. F. Slebcrt. Officers, the Members of the r that Section 21
subjects. The school is for- Joseph of Article 3 of earn a ,
County Board of Public Instruction )
his ,wife If'allvo: II. L. Singletarynnd Constitution of the State, of .. because ''
tunate in securing Miss Knight as Mrs. H. I,. Singletary, his' wlf(.. of said County, ) shall be amended so as to read ,.
commercial if alive: J. Lee Smith and Mrs. J. VS ) follows: profitably,
instructor. Lee Smith his wife, if alive; SusanE. THE STATE OF FLORIDA, j I homes. F,
Section 2L In all
Steidley, If unmarried, divorced cr Respondent ) cases
a widow, and if married, Susan E. PETITION TO VALIDATE BONDS In the preceding Section all .
MONTHLY HONOR ROLL --, whose married surname Is NOTICE shall be general and of uniform
unknown and -, her husband, ation throughout the State, but in .
.
(In order to be on the honor rolla whose Christian and surname are To the Tn.xj 'erH and Citizens ot cases not enumerated or excepted '
both unknown if alive; Henry Ster- I I Special Tax 'School:' District No. 7, that Section, the Legislature may
pupil must have B or above in ring and Mrs. Henry Stewing, his I Ift"ndr'oun.* .,', Florida: special or local laws, except as

deportment and a general average wife, if alive; Herbert J. Taylor and I You and each of you are hereby or hereafter otherwise provided in Loan ':
Mrs. Herbert J. Taylor, his wife. if I notified that a petition has been filedin Constitution; PROVIDED that i
of B in all subjects for the month.) alive; Jennie Weeks, if unmarried said County by Special Tax School local or special bill shall be passed

First grade; Shirley divorced ortI., widow, and It married District No. 7. Hendry County, Florida 'shall any local er special law @
,' 1' .... ,'. Be4nb.ow, ,. Jennie -, XYOFG married numanr' by and through::: Up officers, the !ing or aboljshlnff municipalities,
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