The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00705
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 21, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00705
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Killed In WreckGeorge Planned By ChurchA r


H. Wilhelm, of Boca
Christmas cantata, "The Storyof

GOODWILL TRIP Grande, an employee of the U. S. CANE ACREAGEHarold Christmas," by H. Alexander
Engineers was killed early Tues- Matthews, has been chosen by the

I I i day morning when his automobile Clewiston Community Church for
collided ,with a truck on the high-
Colee, president of the its Christmas presentation this year. All i
A group of Fort Lauderdale busi- way near Port Myacca about five is in readiness for the first ,
headed Bur- state chamber of commerce, pro- Music arrived ui s'week and football game of
ness men, by August miles north of Canal Point. I the Clewiston j
ghard, secretary of the Fort Laud- tested this week against Secretary preliminary rehearsals indicate that, school this afternoon when Clew-
Wilhelm was driving his own car the which will last for i
erdale Chamber of Commerce, visit- Wallace's order calling for destruc- program iston High and Moore Haven High I

ed Clewiston Monday afternoon, as to Port Myacca, where he was em- tion of at least 25 per cent oiFlorida's approximately one hour, will be will battle to a finish on the local
ployed. Witnesses stated that he of unusual The cantata I I
one beauty. field.
cane before Both
a gesture of good-will from the : sugar crop schools have introduced --
attempted to pass a car on the, is replete with tenor solos and 1
East Coast city which will soon the beginning of the 193!>-1940 six-man football for the first
highway and side-swiped the approaching harvest. J. E. Beardsley, director of the time this
be closely linked with the Ever- year, and should be
truck. The truck was' choir, is anxious to have
glades section by the completionof In a telegram to Senators Claude more ly matched.
driven by J. N. Keene. tenor and more voices in
Road 26. Pepper and Charles O. Andrews,, Through the
Wilhelm worked on a govern- Colee said a 25 cent reductionin the choir.
The group had their evening mealat ness men, the Kiwanis. Club
ment derrick barge at Myacca.He the crop will result in a 25 Rehearsals will be on Mondayand other
Inn and join- organizations
the Clewiston were who
leaves a family, who residein per cent reduction in employmentof Thursday evenings next week;:, assisted -
ed by J. E. Beardsley, secretaryof in meeting expenses of the-
Boca Grande.Engineer those, engaged in harvesting and and any who are interested are
the Clewiston Chamber of Commerce invited to attend.' I organization of the team, the boys
l; and processing the cane. He declaredFlorida's I are equipped
Mayor F. Deane Duff r with _resplendent or-
Office Will cane is a non-surplus crop
Representative Elbert L. Stewart. ange and blue uniforms, and the
since the continental 'United States Home Grown Melons
their field is
Only a few hours notice of provided with bleachers

trip was received here and the Move Next WeekThe produces approximately 25 per cent portion of the expense was borne

number of people who met them of its sugar requirements. Now On Sale HereThe by the school board and various

"Florida is deeply concerned over in the
was correspondingly small. new building for the Clew- town have backed
this order of Secretary Wallace", the
Following dinner, the group at- of S. is their efforts to
iston office U. Engineers luscious watermelons which !
Colee said, adding that "it hardly shoulder
tended a civic meeting in Belle this week the balance of the cost.
being completed by seems logical to me, in view of my have been on sale in Clewiston gro-
Glade Among the guests were Mr. and Lund contractors and In addition to the football
Chalker correspondence with President Roo- ceries for the past week are evi- game,
Burghard, Guy Stovall, M. E. Coatesof i will be ready for occupancy next sevelt and the deep interest that dence of the fact that crops can the girls of the two schools will
the Lauderdale Barnett National week. hold a volley-ball game, part of
I he has displayed in Florida's development be grown in the Everglades duringthe
Bank 'Sheriff Walter Clark, A. Engineering forces are planningto summer months. which will be played prior' to the
that the federal govern-
Bergmann, president of the :Merchants : -, begin their moving the first cf ment should 'penalize Florida anda The melons were grown by W. C. football game, and part between the

Association, Henry Drig- 'the week and by the close of the great Florida industry in any Hooker on his farm about a half, halves. The Clewiston Tigerettes .

feers, Captain Will J. Reed, former week expect to 'be installed in mile east of Clewiston. Mr. Hooker have been practicing for the past '

mayor of Lauderdale, Dwight Rog- i, their new quarters. I way. for the past three years has few weeks and expect to put on a

ers, representative, E. R. Burwell, The ,building is located on the been experimenting with summer good game today. Players include

representative-elect, and R. Malone, government reservation near' the farming. This year he had eight Edna Leiter, Zena Bell Pullen, Betty

who is interested in the establish- hurricane gates, and although it is P.-T. A. HELD MOSTINTERESTING acres in melons, which were just I Bailey, Renee Wethington, June

ment of the truck: 'line from FortLauderdale not visible from the highway, it maturing when heavy rains caused Hooker, Violet Bethea, Marie Rob-

to Clew ston. is easily accessible and is conveniently -. about a 98 percent crop loss.' Mr. bins and Margaret VonMach, cap-

near the warehouses. The I MEET Hooker estimated that he had approximately tain. Substitutes are Anne Pafford,

Miner Is Speaker building faces a drive from the 10,000 melons on the Leah. Richaud, Gloria McDuffie, Al-

highway to the hurricane gate and I eight; acres, which he described as ma Anglin, Thelma Ricks, Mary
At Kiwanis MeetingC. is near the docks on Industrial can- so thick one could hardly walk Johnson and Elizabeth W nn.

al. The grounds have been partially i through the fields. Much enthusiasm is being dis-

landscaped and other shrubberywill played by students, parents and
and enthusiasm was addedto The melons are of the Stone
E. Miner was guest speakerat be planted next the building. Mountain and Leesburg varieties. 1 townspeople who are interested in
the regular meeting of the Par-
the Kiwanis Club meeting Wednesday the development of high school
ent-Teacher Association Tuesday af- The latter is a new type of melon, i
evening. Mr. Miner, school : athletics and a good crowd is ex-
Inspection Shows PurityOf ternoon whenthe., football, squad in the seeds ,having been offered for I
board member from this district, pected for the game today. ,_
tKe '
their new orange and blue uniforms sale only past' year; It" was developed T 0 '

talked of the: proposed high, school Clewiston's Water and three girl cheerleadersin at Leesburg, Florida, ,and ,,

building, and told Kiwanians that colorful sweaters of the same is a specially fine melon. The mel- Dr. Bourne AttendingNew
the project is now in Washingtonfor
.' hues were introduced to the associ- ons which came through undam-
The school Routine ,inspections and analysisof
PWA approval.
ation by Coach Wakefield. aged were few in number, but are Orleans Congress
board will validate the bond issueof Clewiston's water supply by the
$33,000 required for the pro- state board of health continue to Margaret VonMach, Betty Bailey I of surprising excellence. I

substantiate the fact that Clewistonhas and Elizabeth Winn are cheerleadi i I
26th. Approval of .
ject on: October Dr. B. A. Bourne, director of
who demonstrated their methodsof 1 "For Men Only" Meet
, Washington officials may be givenat pure and healthful drinking ers the research division of Uniterl

\i ,, any time,' as all requirementshave water in the public system, pro stimulating group cheers. 'The i States Sugar Corporation, is leaving

been met and all, papers requested vided by the Glades Water Com- mothers joined in a few yells and Attracts .Nice Crowd Saturday for New Orleans; La., to

have been placed on file. pany. in singing some of the school songs attend the sixth congress ,of the
under the direction of the cheer-
The following communication is
Mr. Miner then talked of the International Society of Sugar Cane
from J..N. Patterson, M.' D., director leaders. Thirty-five men responded to the .
at the local Technologists.Dr.
athletic program
invitation of Rev. Marshall Mines,
of the state board of health'slaboratpry Munselle Stone, captain of the
this year. He expressed the appreciation pastor of tho Baptist 'church, to Bourne will present two scientific I
: football squad, spoke briefly to
of the school board for at the meeting.I
Glades Water Company, meet Monday evening for a "For papers
the moth-
the Kiwanis support in pledging group Men The Messers "W.: P. Jernigan and J. V,
Clewiston, Florida. and friends of the school to Only" group '
ICO per cent purchases, of season ers called to'discuss "Community Fourmy of Canal Point, who are
Dear Sir: back the in their
Munselle Stone, boys gamcs'and
football tickets. in a similar work in the Eastern
of the team and ,six members On October 13th we received in all athletic activities of this year. Improvements. attend '
captain division are also planning to -
i After singing, with Ken,
from you three specimens of ,water group
cheering squad were Coach Wakefield invited the
I of the
the congress.
for bacterial or purity exam- Harris at the piano, was enjoyed,
introduced by Mr. Miner. Stone mothers to join in the bonfire and I'
ination. These specimens were everal brief talks were made.B.
Kiwanians on behalfof meeting to be held Thursday ,
thanked pep
of the Teacher Of Latin
packed and shipped in your stand- E. Herring, principal New ,
his team-mates, and Christine night prior to the game with Moore
school talked the value of fellowship -
ard water case on the 12th and on
Bell and the other five membersof 1 Haven to be played here on Fri-
received by us on the 13th, 24 among the men of the community English In Local SchoolThe
the cheering squad invited the I day afternoon. Both Clewiston ,and J
hours later. Samples were collected I and Coach Homer Wake-
Kiwanians to the school after ad Moore Haven schools have
from the following points: introduc-'I field on the value of recreation to
journment.The ed six-man football this the Clewiston
the community. faculty of
No. 4531, Lake Okeechobee,
club then adjourned with sample from clear well. much enthusiasm and school, spirit I r Rev. Mines' made a brief state- High School was augmented this
the that all members at- has been roused in the student bod- the arrival of Mrs. Beatrice -
request No. 4532, same, sample from I ment about the purposes of thE week by
tend the pep meeting at the school Harlem. ies. meeting, which were to give the Anthony, of Columbus, Ohio,

building. As they entered the build- No. 4533, same, sample from Following the appearance of the men an opportunity to get acquainted who is teaching English and Latin

ing they were greeted with 15 rahs Clewiston Inn. students' the regular business meeting enjoy a period of good fellow- classes in the high school grades.

and stayed to join the held with Mrs J. H. Doty holds B. S. degree
for Kiwanis The results of the analysis just i was ship and to think and work for Mrs. Anthony a

students in cheer practice. concluded are as follows: presiding. the improvement of the commun- in education and a M. A. degree -

No. 4531, total bacterial count Of chief interest was the decisIion ity. in English, both of which she

At 24 hours, 24. fermentation 48 hours to hold a Hallowe'en Carnival In open discussion of the needsof received at Ohio State University ;

Beardsley Speaker ,0. Colon confirmation, none. (Continued on page four) the community mention was In addition to several years teach-.

No. 4532, total bacterial count made of the need for recreation ing experience, which includes a

Moore Haven Meeting 24 hours, 60. fermentation 48 hours Dr. Dame InjuredIn facilities for the young people. A year of substitute teaching in

0. Colon confircation, none. swimming pool was discussed and Mount Union College at Alliance,

the need for work among the boysof I' Ohio, Mrs. Anthony has travelled
J. E. Beardsley, member of the No. 4533, total bacterial count Auto Crash
board of commissioners of the Ev- 24 hours, 100, fermentation 48 the town and the need for a extensively in Europe and in the.

erglades Drainage District, was hours 0. Colon confirmation, none. small public library were also dis- United States. '

': guest speaker Tuesday evening at As a result of the above bacter- Moore Haven Democrat) I cussed and many other worthwhile She has visited the ruins near

I L, a meeting of the Moore Haven riological studies, we ,would say Dr. Leland H. Dame of West improvements were suggested. Rome and is familiar with the Ro-

' k Commercial Club. that the sanitary quality of the Palm Beach, district health officerfor It was decided that an organization man Museum at St. Germain en

( r. y' samples of water submitted is the State Board of Health was of some kind was needed' and Laye, France, and has visited points
Mr. Beardsley spoke, of the district's interest in England and
I good. painfully but not seriously injured Rev. Mines was selected as tempo- of literary
h difficulties and of
; financial 1 Very truly yours, Wednesday evening when his car rary chairman to conduct another the United States. These experienceswill
the attempts to secure a RFC loan I make Englishand
J. N. PATTERSON, M. D. crashed into the handrails of a meeting on October 24th, which enable her to

.;:t. for refinancing. Director, bureau of lab- concrete bridge just north of Whid- will be held at the school building.A Latin classes most interestingto

The meeting was held in the Wo- oratories. den's station on highway 67. Dr. collection was taken to pur- the students. (
\ man's Club in Moore Haven, I south this
room Dame stated that he swerved to chase refreshments for the next Mrs. Anthony came "
and short while after the meeting ENGINEERS VISIT PROJECTCol. the semi-invalidism ,
a avoid hitting a wildcat in the road meeting and a social hour followed year because of

r adjourned fire was discovered I and was unable to get the car during which refreshments of ,of her husband, and the local schoolis

r,. in the building and it was com Jarvis J. Bain ,pf Richmond back onto the highway in time to punch and sandwiches, which had fortunate to secure her ,services. 't

)pletely destroyed. On the lower and Col. Lewis H. Watkins of Jack- avoid the bridge been prepared by the ladies of the Mr. and Mrs. Anthony are residingin

floor were the city offices and the sonville, were in Clewiston on Tues- He was picked up a few minutes Baptist church, were served. the Williamson Apartment.Ed .

Woman's Club room and a completely day and Wednesday and made a later by a group of Lake Worth I All men of the community are

furnished kitchen. The up routine inspection 'trip over the youths and 'taken to the hospital in asked to attend the next meeting Ward, Sandy Bell and Ken

: stairs was used for various lodges. I Lake Okeechobee Caloosahatchee Clewiston for treatment. He told I Monday night, October 24th at 7:30at Swayne motored to Gainesville Sat,

Practically all of the city records project. them he had been knocked unconscious the school building. It is not urday to attend the Florida-Miami

were saved, but the rest of the r Col. Bain Is Division Engineer of for a few minutes but regained known, of course, what type of football game.

building and its contents were a the Richmond division and Col. consciousness before the arrival organization will result from the

complete IOl i. It is supposed that Watkins, district engineer; of the of help meeting, but It la thought that

4"' cigarette wes left burning and United Sttitei Engineering( AcpartinQIit Br Dtune; bad been in Moore tclu that is civic In nrJ.tmc1m work along linfs suggeitfld At the

j: that Ui Nr* eri&laMrt l trans that ,-' Havaa cenductln? jehuol' a1 ni4. \" able\ to carry out the nttdtd rintI mtttlR,." ". -'" J-'




Weekly News Review AROUND Items of Interest

President's Peacemaker Role WHO'S HOUSE"I: ;I to the Housewife
> Jd', .4 yi.r'ysy the !
ryJ :J ;t... .: ..

Seen as Campaign StrategyBy
NEWS When Cooking Greens. If a 1 visable to dress children in such
piece of fat about the size of a costumes to help protect them
Joseph W. ff...a I=ill t i.
nutmeg is added to the water in from accidents.
which any kind of greens are be- *
PoliticsOn I these peace efforts ,must certainly THIS ing cooked there will be no boilingover Save Salty Water. When waterin
carry during election season, the and no stirring will be required which salt has been boiling is
Tuesday, November 8, the 'President's self-chosen role of arbiter poured over coal, it makes good
United States will elect an entire wins favor with a warwearyU. coal\last longer and improves bad
house, of representatives, onethirdof S. populace. Whether this popu- WEEKBy To Press Ribbons. Dampen coal.

its senate and a host of gover- lar appeal will overshadow Republican __ __ ribbons and iron them between tissue *
nors. Since U. S. politics swings criticism on November 8 is any I m I paper. Flowers and Vase for Sick.-It is
back and forth from Republican to body's guesi.DOlnestic'. LEMUEL F. PARTON an excellent idea when sendingcut

Democratic domination, since the Bright Clothes for Children.- flowers to a hospital to sendan
Democratic swing which began in EW YORK. Barring world
N You may not like vividly colored inexpensive vase with them.
1933 has reached and passed its In 1930 the census showed 25.3 per champion prizefighters, ThomasE. clothes, but they are the safest Nurses often find it difficult to find
peak, the safest, prediction is that cent of all U. S. women over 16 Dewey probably has receivedmore thing to wear ,in traffic. It is ad- vases enough to hold flowers.
will start swinging publicity than other
Republicanism 1937 any
were gainfully employed. By ,
back into power this year. said John D. resigning as Lulled American of his
Biggers, Dewey
Obviously, it is Franklin Roosevelt's head of President Roosevelt's unemployment years. He is only
ambition to stymie a Repub- census, the percentage Bossy' With 36, but almost ev- I 'Wee Bit o' Scotch' Towels I I Icents

lican comeback. But his chief in- had jumped to 31.7. Reasons: (1) // Traviata erything him is old news.about
summer's primarieswas
terest in last technical and cultural changes; (2)
However, as the New York Republicans -
but the con-
not Republicanism,
economic necessity. Mr. Biggers nominated him for governor in stamps or coins (coins
struction so-called of a coherent"purge"liberal tactics.party found the corner bakery and laun- the whole country seems hun- 1.i- preferred) to The Sewing Circle,
through dry relieved Mrs. Housewife of gry for information about the cockof Household Arts Dept., 259 W. 14th
Since "purge" failed, since preser- many duties, leaving her free to St. New York N. Y.
vation of New Deal gains already his eyebrow, his gold fillings, if ,
boost the 'family's income or replace -
made is now more important than any, the set of his suspenders and Please write your name, ad-
an unemployed husband as whether he runs down the heels of dress and pattern number plainly.

t-._''',Z' '''7/'l",,:,<,, ; r. ":':'%, ,'t.,, .1 breadwinner.His his shoes. Friends from the West
comment: "This is an eco- and Far West have told me, and Humble Mistakes 1)
nomic and social trend worthy of some have written, that there is by
consideration." more talk about Thomas E. Deweyfor
A much more blunt comment President than about all the The best of men and the most
df' came from the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Fulton other possibilities put together. earnest workers will make enoughof
: & J. Sheen, famed radiorator. and These informants say the talk i snot mistakes to keep them humble.
Wfr ; faculty member of the Catholic uni- partisan that New York's Thank God for mistakes and take
\ versity at Washington: "The only young racket-buster is becoming the courage. Don't give up on accountof

real success for a woman, the only national symbol of a "happy issue mistakes.-Dwight L. Moody
real vocation is motherhood out of all our afflictions."

Why be equal to men when you are This reporter hereby hands

superior?" him the agrarian vote: on the A Three Days' Cough

O Regardless of who holds power banks of the Shiawasse, near
when civil service is expanded, it Owosso, in the state of Michigan Your Danger Signal

will create furore in the minority he was a demon cow milker. -. No matter how many mediclma
ranks because present jobholderswill People would come for milesto gffi:3may- you have tried for your common
be favored. On this assumption see and hear him milk a cow. cough, chest cold, or bronchial Irritation -
a furore will come in Republican Musically gifted, he could make ,you may get relief now with
Creomulsion. Serious trouble
ranks February 1 when 81,000 the powerful milk stream ring a 6113. brewing and you cannot afford maybe
:wrJ.z.,.. Democratic workers in so-called tune in the pail as he sang "La to take a chance with any remedy
LLiiIFRANKLIN emergency agencies are moved into Boheme," or "II Traviata." His ,Towels that are a wee bit different less potent than Creomulsion,which
1 father country goes right to the seat of the trouble
civil service classification. ran a newspaper.He
make kitchen chores a joy!
and aids nature to soothe and heal:
is a squash player in winter, What fun to embroider these your- the inflamed mucous membranesand
ROOSEVELTAt Religion and a tennis player in summer. He self in simple stitches and bright to loosen and expel ,germ-

election time, a peacemaker. Last March, just before Reichs- i sings baritone, a safe vocal as wellas colors. Make a set for a friend. laden Even phlegm.if other remedies have failed,

party'purification, November's elec- fuehrer Adolf Hitler marched into : political range, and was trainedas They're welcome gifts! Pattern don't be discouraged, try Creomul-
tion has resumed normal political Austria, Vienna's Theodore Cardi- an opera singer, first in New 6113 contains a transfer pattern of sion. Your druggist is authorized to
York on a musical scholarship.He 7t 9'/ refund your money if you are not
color for the first time since 1930. nal Innitzer urged Catholics to vote 6 motifs averaging 4 by thoroughly satisfied with the bene-
As in 1936, this year's Republican for German annexation as a meansof appears to be, to this ob- inches; materials] needed; illustra- fits obtained. Creomulsion is one
candidates can base a strong cam- blocking Communism. Though server, the answer to Stuart tions of stitches; color schemes.To word,ask for it plainly,see that the
paign on New Deal failure. Unlike Cardinal Innitzer knew German Chase's plea for a new kind of obtain this pattern, send 15 name on the bottle is Creomulsion,
and you'll get the genuine productand
1933 and 1936, this year's Democratic Catholics had suffered at the Reich's politician. In a magazine arti- I the relief you want. (Adv..
campaign becomes essentially a hands, he plumped for Naziism be- cle printed about a year ago,
defensive proposition. But develop- cause Herr Buerckel, Hitler's representative Mr. Chase tore all political dog- Rheims American City
ments of the past month show that had quoted the Saviour: mas to tatters and said we ,When Needed Most
the New Deal's defense will not fea- "Render unto Caesar that whichis would get nowhere until we be- A 'friend is one who walks in
ture such argumentative points as Caesar's and unto God that whichis gan to isolate and attack given Every day in many ways, the when the rest of the world walks

AAA, relief and budget-balancing, God's." problems and settle them according resurrected city of'Rheims be- out.-Anon.

will attempt instead to shift public Criticized by the Vatican, Cardi- to their immediate requirements comes more and more American.It .
interest on Franklin Roosevelt's accomplishments nal Innitzer moreover was to learn without regard to has an American hospital, the
as a peacemaker.Three that "Caesar" Hitler would take all their political or philosophical gift of citizens of Worcester, Can't Eat Can't
points of peace: he could get, shearing every vestigeof context. Big town racketeeringis Mass.; also a Carnegie library ,
power from the Catholic church. one of those "given problems" erected by the great American
World Peace The world
know if :President Roosevelt may never Early in September the cardinal and then some. It is interestingto philanthropist, whose statue Sleep Awful Gas

helped smooth over the CzechGerman protested when marriage was madea note that, in his acceptance stands in the library gardens. ,
crisis but his final to- state affair, when Catholic schools speech, Mr. Dewey renounced Further, there is a Rue Rocke- PRESSES HEART
message "
frowned when Catholic "political dogma. T. "Gft on my stomach was so bad I could
were upon, feller, also an Avenue Myron
Adolf Hitler and simultaneous pleasto not or It eren pressed
other world I nuns were ousted from hospitals. Herrick.If J.as A rfg.I a.OII'r
every power came first dos brought me reliet. HOT I eat as I
only I a few hours before the Reichs- Later he complained when priestswere GREECE has had several associ- the visitor notes an American wish, sleep flue, and never felt better.-
fuehrer called his historic Munich denied the right of administering to get the Elgin marbles atmosphere in the architecture of :Airs. Jts. Filler. Adlcnka acts oa BOTH
and lower bowels. Adlenka gives your
parley. But, coming when it did, church comforts to political pris- from England. They're still there. the resurrected city, it is due to upper intestinal system a real cleansing, bringing
Roosevelt intercession looked tremendously oners. The state, it was apparent, The Association of Men With Wingsd George B. Ford, the American out BLOATING waste matter, sour that may stomach have caused headaches GAS,

successful. Thus, prais- I seems to have bet- specialist in city planning, who supervised nervousness, and sleepless nights: for months.
Kerwoo You will be amazed at this efficient intestinal
ter of
ing the administration's foreign pol- prospects its reconstruction. Two cleanser Just one spoonful usually relieves
icy as a safeguard to world peace, To Bring Back reclaiming for Americans are honorary citizensof GAS and constipation. Adlerika does not
Democrats hope the voting public Wright Plane America the origi- Rheims, namely J. D. Rockefeller gripe many,is doctors not habit and forming.druggists Recommended for 35 years. by
will overlook the fact that Munich's nal Wright broth- and Ambassador W. C. Bullitt. Sold at oil drug stores
meeting did nothing to help democ- ers' airplane. Orville Wright, ''who,
racy's cause, was instead a blood- for quite human and understanda-
less victory for Germany. ble reasons, let the plane go to Eng-

Business Peace: If the administration's land, now joins the association in its Every Family' Needs This
it back this
foreign policy helped win effort to bring to coun-

world peace, it also helped U. S. try.
business. Upshot has been a tre- .c! z /3fMiI When and if they succeed, it FRmE BOOKLET
will be another feather in the
mendous stock market upturn,
helmet of Col. Charles
flying 012T0TH
greater steel and automobile pro-
Kerwood. Ever since he
duction, higher railroad carloadings.But S'iYJIC Wayne
part of this upturn is also due stopped daredeviling as one of
to governmental "pump priming," America's most spectacular and
aviators he has CARE
which is just beginning to show its adventurous ,
been to get that plane \
effect. Nevertheless these signs of plotting ,
even if he has to kidnap it. That
optimism came at a time when U. S. {
business decided to quit warring on was why he formed the above Your Health Tomorrow May
association, of which he is presi-
the administration, choosing insteadto 6
play ball until a Republican government dent. Depend the Care of
throws out New Deal measures He flew and fought with the I
which it considers oppressive. THEODORE CARDINAL INNITZER French in the World war, with the
President Roosevelt has asked for After Naziirm, he changed his mind. Greeks against the Turks in 1922, Your Teeth Today

less "saber rattling" and more cooperation was wounded and grounded more
between government and strove to push Catholicism into the than once, turned to barnstormingand
business. Charles Hook, president background, to raise Austrian sensational knockabout flying, WIVES! Mothers! Husbands!

of the National Association Manu- youth in Nazi ideology instead of and became president of the Inter- member of your ,,

facturers, has assured him that Catholic theology. national League of Aviators. He is family will benefit if you send
business is eager for cooperation.Thus When Cardinal Innitzer protested, a native of Chicago. BUILDING ANDMAINTAINING
Franklin Roosevelt looms as a mob strongly reminiscent of the eTHIS for the comprehensive booklet -

a peacemaker with business. Middle ages descended on his palace department would like to HEALTHY TEETH ,"Building and Maintaining

' Industrial Peace: When the Amer- made it a shambles, threw 60- out boldly against some- Healthy Teeth-From InfancyFrom
ican Federation of Labor convened l. year-old Father Johann Kravanik thing. An unflinching stand againstred
in Houston, Texas, the President from a second-story window. The fingernails looks pretty safe. Infancy to Old Ageoffered free by

messaged his desire for a settle- Cardinal himself was cut by flying Magistrate Jean- to Old Age C. Houston Goudiss.It .
ment of the factional war betweenA. glass but appeared next morning at Woman Jurist ette G. B rill,

.. F. of L. and John Lewis' Com- Vienna's famed St. Stephen's cathe- Raps Foible; Brooklyn's only names the food substances,

mittee for Industrial Organization. dral. We Fall In woman magis- and the sources from which
Obviously a solid labor front, thor- Only official Nazi answer to Vati- ,trate, leads the
oughly New Deal, would be a potent can' protests has been shoulder- way for a possible rallying of the they maybe obtained,required
vote getter. How it could exercise shrugging, but Vienna's mob scene democratic powers around a live to help build and keep teeth

this solidified strength against em- may have far-reaching effects. Al- issue. She reproves a woman defendant sound and healthy. It explains
ployers is an unpleasant thought, ready seen is a surging German religious for being thus incarnadined.
.. but the average business man is inclined revival which is bound to Magistrate Brill has been a social O Address c. Houston Goadits, the proper technique of correct

to hope a patch-up will bring crash headlong into the state's dom- worker, club woman, teacher, author Ill.210, So.for Dttplainti your copy of St.,this Chicago valesdental, hygiene and lists a
more conservatism to labor. Thoughthe ineering program. From this point, student and lawyer. She works able booklet. A post card/* ..ailielent -
President's peacemaking effort Germany might either become an 18 hours a day and sleeps five. She to carry your request,bat number of important rules forb.

has completely failed, the nation anti-Christ state or modify its religious releases subway banjoists, sayingwe iui0 to address write your dittinctly.full name dental health. '
may well appreciate his gesture. position. Meanwhile, church need music in the subway.
Despite the political connotations and state are girding for battle. Consolidated WNU Service.News Features.




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Now mber! BORtlARl"
Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof 0m ST
sympathetic Chicago.
Western Newspaper Union. SHU1"I
While red and brown

just east me. down. v Lesson for October 23

You see Im 50 I
e.sthe.tic. WITH ANY BODY
fiCCAnrt' 01 LESSON TEXT-Exodus 20:8-11: Luke 13: (ouR
11ba' 1017. BYES' CAN SEE
GOLDEN TEXT-Remember the Sabbath i
day to keep it holy.-Exodus 20:8.: 0 SNuT ? rn THAT

Rest-how full of meaning that \L7o

little word is when we recall thatit

means quiet for the strugglingone

WNU Service. calm for the troubled, repose r
for the for the '
weary tranquillity ----
disturbed, cessation of labor for the

CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT would wisdom worn-out soon saw one.destroy that God without himself in His rest, and infinite man He WHAT to EAT and WHY II IIeye

made provision for one day in seven
when labor should cease and man --
should be free for that recreationof disease caused by an improper -

soul and body which should fit C. Houston Goudiss Discusses Vitamins diet. Xerophthalmia or con-

him for the labor of the week. Men junctivitis, characterized by excessive -

SALESMENSalesmen. in their greed have coveted the time And Vision; Explains How and Why dryness of the eyeball,

God gave for rest and have used it has long been known to be caused

Sell our popular S1.50 monthly for themselves and the ragged You Should Feed Your by'' a vitamin A deficiency. It is
SI,800 family group policy; liberal commissions EyesBy
Write Benefit Protective Association -, nerves and broken bodies, to say also well known that a liberal

Carmen's Bldg., Kansas City, Mo. nothing of the impoverished spiritsof C. HOUSTON GOUDISS amount of this vitamin will pre-

I IJ our day testify that it can be vent that serious disease and will
done only at our peril. FOR a number of years, scientists have stressed the im- even effect a cure where destruc-

Buried City in ,KentuckyAn Our study centers around Scrip of a well-balanced_ diet as a means maintain-. tion of the cornea has not pro-

ture passages which have to do with ing health, promoting growth and preventing disease. Re- gressed too far.

ancient buried, city was discovered the Jewish Sabbath, but since it was This suggests the tremendous
cently, an even more significant development has occurred.It .
at Wickliffe, Ky. Thereare essentially a day of rest and afforded importance of including in the diet
nine mounds, some of which an opportunity for the worshipof has been determined that a carefully chosen diet is absolutely foods rich in vitamin A-cod- and

have been excavated under the God, the principles surrounding it necessary. to_ preserve the_*general health and efficiency of every: other fish-liver oils; milk and other -

supervision of Col. Fain W. King are applicable to our day of rest- bodily junction and that there is<:::> dairy products; green leafy and

and his wife. The burial mound the first day of the week, the Lord'sDay. close 'between yellow vegetables; and egg yolk.
a relationship a
ing the intervening time
contains 153 burials of three .distinct many Experiments with rats, 'whose '
types. The bodies were I. Why We Keep a Day of Rest ,good diet and good eyesight. people find it difficult to see. dietary requirements are similarto 1
That is the condition known
buried with pottery, tools, imple- (Exod. 20:8-11): ). as those of man, show a close I
ments and jewelry.In 1. God commanded that there Your Food and Your Eyes ,"night blindness. And' it accountsfor connection between cataract and a i
the fact that
one mound the remains of 63 should be a day of rest-one out of a large propor- deficiency of another vitamin-vi- j
seven-and that should be sufficientto Many people regard their eyesight tion of serious motor accidents occur tamin
children were found with their G. This is found most abun- I
dolls and other playthings. cause His people to "remember"the as one ''of_ ._the five senses at night. Victims of this deficiency dantly in meat, milk, eggs, fruit 1

day "to keep it holy." It is which operate in disease are first blindedby and vegetables. \
some mysterious approaching, headlights, then
cause for grave concern that Sun- Were she concerned about pro- I
day has become a day of swimming, manner of their cannot quickly readjust them- tecting the blessing of good eye- i

hiking, auto-driving, golfing, and one own! If they suffer, selves after the oncoming car has sight alone, that would be suffi-
with the. list almost from indigestion, passed. Their ability to' drive cient .
-.- FACTS'i. might go on reason why every homemaker I
they recognize thatit safely is subsequently impairedfor "
indefinitely. Many men or women should plan meals that are rich
who have had built intd their own is quite apt to bed they cannot clearly see the in vitamins.: But it is not only I

characters the stalwart virtues nur- e to somethingthey road ahead, and they may miss the eyes which are dependent !

tured by family attendance at the ate. If they dangerous curves, pedestrians or upon vitamins, for they have I Imany'

house of God have not only for- are troubled with other vehicles. other functions to perform. i

gotten their own need and responsi- stomach, liver or An improper diet may cause I

YOU SHOUlD bility but are destroying every ves- kidney' complaints, A Common Complaint people to drive automobiles blind- I I

tige of interest in divine worship in they. quickly appreciate Unfortunately, the prevalence of ly at night so that they are dangerous I

i. the hearts of their children. It is that pro- night blindness is not generally not only to themselves and, :

serious business to' go astray one- longed dietary indiscretions may recognized, though it is held that their passengers, but to everyoneon 1

self, but infinitely more serious to be at the root of, the trouble. Butit urban dwellers are' more consciousof the streets and roads. A deficient i

h KNOWIF mislead one's own children. never occurs to them that what it than those living in the rural diet will also send, them

Notice that the day of, rest was they eat may affect the eyes justas areas. This is borne out by the through life with half-efficient bod- I

I to be not only for the family but profoundly as it affects the in- fact that ocular disorders from vi- ies, half-efficient brains, half-effi- I

also for servants and for visitors. ternal organs. tamin'deficiency are less commonin cient senses. :

YOU TAKE ASPIRIN TO The employer who operates his factory It is not uncommon, during an urban than in'rural areas. That is why ,I urge you to !

or office on Sunday violates attack of biliousness, to suffer a learn everything you' can about

RELIEVE HEADACHE OR this commandment. Note also that disturbance of the vision. But that _.Children ,Often Victims food, so that in planning meals

the man who is to rest on the seventh disturbance usually disappearswith Since the 'discovery of the close you will not only feed your eyes,

RHEUMATIC PAIN day is supposed to work on the the disorder that caused it. connection between vitamin A and your husband's eyes and your chil

six days. Some folk neglect to do On the other hand, a deficient diet the ability to see in dim light, scientists dren's eyes, but will take advan-

both. may produce eye troubles that have tested large numbersof tage of the wonderful discoveries ,

DropaBayerTablet 2. God's command is strengthenedby have a far reaching effect upon school children to determine of nutritional science to make every :

in water-it startsto the divine example (v. 11). We health, efficiency, and even per- whether vitamin A was-present in member of the family so effi- i

disintegrate in are not able to do all things that sonal safety. their diet in adequate ,amounts.It cient that they will enjoy the bestof

2 seconds hence 3_ God does but here we are privileged was revealed that from 26 to 79 health each day of their lives.

work"is ready rapidly to "go to i to follow His, example. Night Blindness Explained per cent of the children examinedhad -WNU-C. Houston Goudiss-1938-33.

{I Ii 11. How 'We Keep the Day of Rest \1 For'example, it,has been estab- incipient night blindness.The .

(Luke 13:10-17). lished that there is a definite relation same deplorable conditionswere At a StandstillThe
I The incident recorded by Luke between your vision and the found among adults. Mildto
world is held back
I does not give us an exhaustive list vitamins in your. diet; between moderate degrees of vitamin A chiefly,
of things to be done with our day of your ability to drive a car safelyat deficiency were present in' from not by bad men and women, but

, rest but it is interesting to note night, and the amount' of vita- 10 to over 50 per cent of each by good ones who have stopped
growing.-W. T. P. Faunce.
that our Lord was min A-containing foods that you group tested.

i I 1. In the house of God (v. 10). consume.To; Yet here is the remarkable thingin

Jesus was in the synagogue. The understand this astonishingfact nearly every case, a diet rich FOR TENDER SKIN

{ distinguished Apostle Paul never be- it is necessary to know that in vitamin A for a few weeks restored s

This Quick Dissolving Property came too great or too good to at- vision under faint illumination is the vision to normal. MOROUNEtps
tend divine worship. We all needto
'accomplished by means of chemi-
Explains Fast Relief Thousands go to church (if it is at all possi- cal changes in the pigment at the A Significant ExperimentAn

ble for us to do so) to fellowshipwith back of the This is known as
eye. even more striking exampleof
Get with Bayer Aspirin Every Moment
I others in the things of Christ. the "visual purple" 'of the retina the power of food to affect the There is
not a moment without
i I Let us have a revival of church attendance and one of its important compo- eyesight is to be found in the report .
If with headaches
you suffer or the some duty.Cicero.Not
and not only on Sunday nents is carotene, which is the active of an experiment in which
pains of rheumatism or neuritis,
mornings, but also on Sunday night
form vitamin A. food in
! breeding sows were given
keep the above picture about gen-
and for midweek prayer meeting. The visual purple might be com- abundance but lacking vitamin A
uine in mind.
Bayer if Aspirin relief your is what 2. Alert to the needs of others (vv. pared to the film in a camera. for 160 days before and for 30
Especially quick 11, 12)). It is not indicated that the '
want. When you are in a dim light and days after breeding. In three lit-
you woman asked to be healed. Jesus the to ters of 35 all blind. In
,eyes are suddenly exposed pigs, were
i I For the way a Bayer Tablet works saw her need and met it. We cannot '
bright light, the visual purple is another litter of 14 pigs, all were
; in the glass is the way it works when do what he did, but there are
greatly reduced or bleached. This sightless. But under normal feed-
; you take it. It starts to dissolve almost needs that we can. meet if we are 'f W9or d s No 1 RITE
results in stimulation of the
change a ing, same animals produced 611 Dental Plates for men and women
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"BAYER Aspirin" = less standers-by, Jesus did the workof
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' anxious-to
; alone. ing ready-yes serve in riod elapses before the corrective occur. Without a friend, what were humanity -
the church. Our daily work is
set chemical change takes place. Dur- Night blindness is not the only ?Byron.
aside the' Lord's
on Day not that we

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The Clewiston News r tures' were out of line they publi- Bingo, Mr. and Mrs. I. M. BOOK OF REVELATION of mankind, that any nation or any ':)
cized it through the press, over the I ford. par-I Book of Revelation will be the individual attempting to abolfcto ,"

radio and talked about it at open Fish Pond, Mrs. R. H. topic studied in the mid-week, services Christ invariably creates chaos. .;i
Published every Friday In Clewiston. meetings. People who ne'e before Dancing and costumes, Miss Liv-,| each Wednesday night for the The public, regardless of creed'is r t :'
Inc.Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS had paid any attention to the government onia Congdon and Mrs. H. C. Kol-' next few weeks. The last book of welcome In this church at any tioie., :
began fo get interested. ttad. the New Testament will be read
Extravagant minded office holders and studied chapter by ''and
chapter :
It is to have numerous
KEATIItEY BOWURX: Editor 1I began to get worried and with good attractions and to charge only a special emphasis will be given to a Missing Man Reported :
I reason for when election rolled study of the "Second Coming of "ii./I'
Email fee at each, in order that Found In Miami
Entered as second class mail matter around they lost their jobs. Christ." :\
February 1. 1927:! at the Post Office !r>. I the children as well as grown-ups
Clewfston, Florida, under the Act (.f I The taxpayers'; group kept strictly may participate in all the fun. -
March 3, 1897.Snbacriptlon. out of politics. They endorsedno MARGARET'S CIIURCJI ::.'ri
Children,. and adults are requested (Moore Haven Democrat) ti.
candidates, told no one who I Father Lawrence J. Flynn Pastor.1 "
to come costumed and prizes for
I to vote for. They simply gave peo-I Search for R. L. Roberts, former -l
Rate $Z.OO Per Year. I the most original and for the fun- : ..."
the facts and then let them manager of the Inter-County ,!
ple Mass
Advertising Rnten. On Application. I niest costumes will be given. next Sunday at 8:30 in
use their own judgment.So I St. Margaret's, and at 10:30 in Telephone and Telegraph office
I successfully did the plan work' The following home room moth- St. Mary's, Pahokee. here who was reported missing last
Devoted to the advancement and welfare that county after county fell in ers have been appointed for the week after a visit to Key West, was
of Clewiston and Hendry County.J line. Folks who had always felt term: 1st, Mrs. R. 'N. Smith, 2nd, Choir practice Thursday eveningat ,discontinued this week by Key

v- that nothing could be done aboutit Mis. Floyd Hanna, 3rd, Mrs. E. C. 7:30, Mrs. Bourne, organist. All Vest police after it had been reported
More power to the P.-T. A. which saw other taxpayers actually put- Mills, 4th, Mrs. J. J. Graham, 5th,'I choir members will please attend on good authority that he

Institutes a Hallowe'en Carnival as ting a stop to waste ,and bringing Mrs. H. J. Oglesby, 6th, :Mrs. B. A'I regularly.In had been located and was in good
its annual benefit. Children and about lower taxes and sound busi- Bourne, 7th, Mrs. C. A. Bailey, 8th, the future on the last Sundayof health in Miami, according to an '
adults alike should join in this I ness in: government. Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, 10th, Mrs.t each month the High Mass will Associated Press bulletin from Key '
wholesome fun. I IClew'Iston Groups began to think as indi- W. A. Davis, 11th, Mrs. E. M. Corn-, be sung by the priest and choir. West Tuesday.
I ctte, 12th, Mrs. I. S. Bell.. Religious instruction class for
I viduals. If Clay county found that I Credence was given the story by; h
residents sympathize Polk county was buying tractorsfor A donation of $5.00 was voted children is conducted each Saturday a report of I. E. Scott, county tax ,
with their Moore Haven neighborsin I less money they became indignant to the Children's Home<< Society of I morning at nine o'clock. assessor, who said that he met .;
the loss of the Odd Fellow Build- and found out why, just a.s.. Florida. :Mrs. J. H. Doty was selected The St. John Chrysostom Societyfor and' talked to Mr. Roberts in Biscayne -
ing which was destroyed by fire I Bill Jones would do if he paid his as the delegate to the Parent- altar boys meets each Saturday Park in Miami Monday and +
Tuesday night. The building hous-f hardware merchant $5 for an axe Teacher meeting to be held in Sarasota morning at ten o'clock. : was told by :Mr Roberts that he

ed lodge rooms, the Woman's Club I land then learned that John Smith in November. A sum of $20 I Weekday mass is celebrated every I had just gotten out of a Miami
room, library; and city offices, and got the ,same kind of axe the same wsa voted to defray the delegate's morning at seven-thirty o'clock. hospital. Mr. Roberts had not re-
served as a community 'center j': day at the same store for $1.25. expenses. Confessions are heard on Saturday -f I turned to Moore Haven yesterday.; .
which every town needs. Many: Local taxpayers groups got together evenings from 7:30 until 8:30'1
Clewiston have been entertained to form a state organiza- also at the same hour on the eve, Tasmania Is .
in the groups lodge rooms and the I I I tion. They hired!' auditors to check r J I llIIilllmmmlIIimillmilw'lIIilmmmmm! iil!li !!! !!! I '!! !G!mmmmlm! !1' I of holy days and first Fridays, and I Highway

club rooms. governmental operations. They pub- before mass Sunday mornings. At i
Damaged By Storm.
I I lished the facts. Every public''' ser- WITH THE other times by request. .\

SCHOOL SPIRIT AROUSED vant from office boy to governor Baptisms on Sunday afternoonsat ,
came under the watchful eye of a Churches ; 1 1I three o'clock. (Moore Haven Democrat)

Clewiston's High' School students I I "his boss", the taxpayer. If money; 1 Marriages should be arranged at The storm last Saturday night : :

have become imbued with school was wasted, the employee was fir-" I rnliiirnm!' !( rni rn i !W ullUI 1 !w'lill I i! Ill lffiII1 u IICIi! 1111 1IJd set least for three the weeks before the time put the finishing touches on the ,i
spirit and their enthusiasm is con- I ed, with no "ifs, ands, or buts. ceremony. roads at Tasmania. There: were -
tagious. The Pep Club, the cheering Today there is an unwritten law COMMUNITY CHURCH When anyone becomes ill, please eighteen inches of water across the ,!
squad and the introduction of I in Nebraska that every public of- Royal Palm Avenue call the priest immediately. Likewise Rainy Slough grade and the ap-
bix-man football have all. played a ficial knows by heart, and that all Forest C. Tailor Minister. the priest should be notified proaches to all bridges to the .
part in arousing enthusiasm.The observe with diligence: "You shall immediately in the event of acci- school house have been completely "

town is becoming increasingly not put your people in debt; you :Morning worship and sermon I dents. Do not wait till the last min- washed out. The school is closed r'

school-minded, too, and the work shall not _waste :your people's mon- next Sunday at eleven o'clock. The ute. until the roads can be repaired and '
minister will have for' his subject, Sunday's sermon will deal with!
ey. the people have only one way out--- '
of those who have labored in past I :
the school As a result, Nebraska's budget is "The Encompassing Presence Of I the subject "Christ or chaos". Ina via Venus. '
years to build up and '
in balance. The state The Divine." world which is today pregnant
always pays
The Nocatee Crate
: Company reports -
to work up school spirit is being I
climaxed this year with definite cash and demands value receivedfor Sunday school every Sunday with various "isms" teaching totali- four hundred and eighty feet .
organization of cheering sections.A I I every, penny. There is no bond- morning at 9:45. tarian philosophies every serious I of grade across Rainy Slough washed -
indebtedness sales tax no thinking Christian worthy of the I -
ed ; no ; '
bonfire'and ; Christian Endeavor meeting Sun- out with all their machinery and
service tax; no use tax; no luxurytax name should cry out against the
,I day evening at six o'clock. equipment on the other side and
Thursday night on the eve of to-
systems which would
; no cigarette tax; no income degrade man in all probability they will cease -'
day's game gave vent to much of The public is cordially invitedto to the 'position of soulless
i a
I tax. Taxes, state, county and city, pawnin operation for some time.
the enthusiasm and of in: the Community
regardless been reduced 33 cent worship a sordid game of power and pres-
have over per Cecil Akins and E. O. Ingraham ..1
the outcome of the games, we join I I Church.,, In the of
in 10 years. During the same period I tige. name the crucified reports that steady rain fell for '
with the students in yelling: the state has paid off $38,000,000of I Christ we should oppose any social four hours at their places. '
"Come On, Clewiston, Let's Go."I I ,of FIRST BAPTIST'' CHURCH philosophy which would
old debts and ,today is one I) regard man Several families returning from
Marshall Mines Pastor.
Ithe I I bright spots on the national as a mere chattel in commercial week-end' visits by way of Venus '

. . . IT CAN BE DONE but YOU, competition, or would set him at
1.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.ti.. map. I Distinc were :unable to reach their homes
Mr. Taxpayer will have to DO IT. "The Church of Friendly I the throats of his fellow-men in a across the Slough and were forced ,
Too Late To .1 I tion." I I blind, brutish class-struggle for ex- to camp for the night. r
Classify I'26 RESTAURANTS OPERATING Services every Sunday: i istence. Proud. dictators today would

IN HENDRY COUNTY Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., B.I I endeavor to shoulder the gentle 1888 Date of Founding '

CJ3y 'Ryssell Kay E. Herring, Supt. I Christ out of this world. They do Lick Observatory, on Mount Hamilton -
Tallahassee, Oct.: 13. (SpecialFlorida's )- lIorningVorship 11:OO. Ser- not stop to meditate upon the fact, Calif., has been in operation
..:N:N:N:N NON N:N:M:N:..N:M:N:N:M:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:. cafes and restaurants are mon by; the Pastor.B. I so often proven in the past history since 1888.

of Y. P. U. 6:15: p. m., V. C.
Out in Nebraska a few years ago I'I more completely capable caringfor
annual influx of winter "Woodward, Director.
worryin'a small group about of mounting taxpayers; taxes got and to tourists into the state this year Evening Preaching 7:30 p. m. .X':ww+. :":..H..H"X..H..K..X..H"H..XK..K..XK..;..:..:..:N.N.N.N, .N.N, :..:..:..:..:-:..:.:..:..:..:..:...N.N... ,

the waste of public funds. Of courseit I I than they have ever before been, Sermon by the Pastor.' y: '

was "none of their business"I I Hotel Commissioner W. M. Taylor Midweek Service every Wednes- ..t. MENYour ..:".. ,"
from the viewpoint of the politic- said this week. day at 7:30 p. m. .t. .. ',1"
ians who seemed to hold the impression "There are at this time'"8,079 The public is cordially invitedto :

that it was their Godgiven restaurants in the state, and each attend all our services."It Credit Is Good :

privilege to get all the money one of them is cooperating to the ..t.. '
could it fullest degree with the Florida isn't necessary: to make a Ii7- .t. :
they; and spend where and .t.
when they pleased. I I Hotel Commission in the observance ing". This is the argument of the : Wear a NEW Tailored Individual :;:

These inquisitive taxpayers were of all rules and regulations Pastor's Sunday morning sermon on' '::: Measure Suit While You Pay :
hard working, sound thinking farm I working toward increased efficiency, "Fear, Faith and Failure" whichis A :
ers and small town business men. of operation, sanitation and health I a discussion of the materialismof ; A
:: postcard will bring the'' Lake's Old
and plea ::
Through the years they had learned -, features Commissioner Taylor. the world today a
that success came from hard caid. for more trust in God. Everyoneis ::: Dependable Tailor Representative :: .'
work and careful management.They "They are in the best shape for invited.
had little sympathy with the 1938-39: winter season, with al I :i: CHAS LEAR ::
waste and extravagance. They paid total seating capacity of 257,753 "BAPTIST DOCTRINES" .. .
their obligations and were careful persons." I This is the topic for the closing A .z.
not to incur any; they couldn't pay. Of the 8",079 licensed restaurantsin sermon in the series on What Bap-I :_;:. Box 508 Clewiston, Fla. I:!:

Starting in a small way in one the state, Commissioner Taylor tists Believe and will be deliveredthis I :! .. .. .. .. .. .. . . . ;.
X XMXKM.*X X X X XMJMXK..X..X..X..X...*".*".**.*....*...*...........-**..*-**...-**.*.-**.**..*.*..*....*..*...
with 7:30.
; at
county these taxpayers began to!j i pointed out that 26 a seating Sunday evening I
poke their noses into local government -i capacity of 464 persons are operating .4
operations. Some startling in Hendry county. BEST MEETING EVER

things were revealed. It was found I I "I have compiled this information The best meeting ever held i/f .
that the county was paying $12.50 at considerable cost to the Florida the B. Y. P. U. was enjoyed last I
each for creosoted posts that: another -I Hotel Commission so that civic and Sunday evening by the '''largest, at- 9f about time to )

county was buying for $1.25 business organizations of each county tendance of any meeting yet. The
each. There were many other sim- may know exactly what their program was led by Mrs. Herman Remind
ilar instances where city and county restaurant facilities are in case Davis. Miss Margaret Katerer, who
; officials were purchasing sup- they wish to plan on business meet- conducted a training school here "-
plies and equipment and paying ings or conventions in addition to ,some weeks ago, was a guest and ri Y. $, t i i
many times the price quoted on the regular trade in summer or winter," she and Mr. John Smith from Fort ofooo.
I tQ :Ofl.r{ 'i a TO
open market. Commissioner Taylor said. Myers each made brief talks. Dur- ;. 9 .

Instead of going to the county ing the preaching service, later in ..quHYEST.. ... ,- y'' hycF CIAQ .
commissioners or city officials and P.-T. A. Held- the evening, Miss Katerer delivereda -
howling about it these wise taxpayers short address on "Golden windowsof
went to their local newspaper Opportunity" and presented di- 4: ,......

man. They: laid the facts before (Continued from page one) plomas to thirty-four persons who z: YOU can't: afford to: procrastinat: : ,
him gave him the comparative' fig- on Monday night, October 31st. This had participated in the training : .#y;s % -t much longer starting: to: save a '.
ures, easily verified' and urged carnival is to be the annual P.-T. A. school. The church auditorium was
his help in presenting this infor-I benefit and will take place of the crowded for the service.A portion: of your income..and invest

mation .to the people. dance usually held. Money; is used: large group of the B. Y. ,P. l!. R p it: wisely... during your productive
The newspaper man, like most of I lo defray expenses of the association members visited the Pahokee Baptist d o
his clan, was gladto "play ball". most of it going Into the milk church on Tuesday night to at- c o\RApti" I years. The slogan/"Save and. Have"j,

Without *bringing in any personalities fund. tend the meeting of the EvergladesB. SpVlt4 ti5may be old-fashioned, but: the: sen-,
or starting a quarrel with Mrs. Doty has appointed the following Y. P. U. association, which in
any politician he simply fold the committees: cludes churches from Canal Pointto coUNSS sible people that: : follow it: are the:

facts. He asked if this was good' General chairman, Mrs. M. M. Moore Haven. I? 4c1o happy ones you meet. We'll gladly
business and wanted to know if tax- Pr witt. The newly organized choir of ,, ,
.."" with time-tried safe
payers were content to have their ,I" help you : our ,
Cake Walk, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. the First Baptist Church appearedfor
money squandered in this manner. Smith. the first time last Sunday and profitable: savings plans.

Most of them weren't. So they Candy, pie, popcorn ball sale:, night with twelve members. Others i
got together, hired an independent. Mrs. Leah Spicer, Mrs. B. A. have, already been enlisted and the
auditor, and kept track of all coun- Bourne. group held, its second rehearsal on
ty expenditures. They compared ,Hot dogs, sandwiches 'and coffee Thursday night. Special music is CJewiston Federal Savings
prices paid in their county with !I Miss Whitten, and the home ec planned for both morning and erg ,
those paid in other counties and gil"ls ening services this Sunday night; .

against the open market. I I 1 ,Cold drinks! Mrt, An Tho1ni' Everyone who Ukl.a< to cine it Invited and Loan Association ,i'
Whenever they found expendi and hlffh school boys, to Join tbs choir



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, .... .. .. .... .. .. .. ........ .. will become void to law.
< : X X X' Dated this the 23 day of September -
I XII the group enjoyed games and dancing Palmer, Mrs. Lanier, Mrs. T. B. ,, A. D.. 1938. '
until a late hour, when re- Shelley, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs.R. CARL IL BERNDR

II i t t freshments of punch and cookies C. Wilson and Mrs. Harry Turn Administrator of the Estateof
Christine Crouch Deceased. 1
PERSONAL and SOCIETY ._ were Attending served. were the following er. No, 156-Sept. 23, 30 Oct. '7, 14, 21. \

II& Y, + members, Misses, Florence Graham, Inconvenience Caused

::f .,...;?. _____uuu_.:.... Kathryn Graham, Maxine Doty, J. M. COUSE

..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..;N:..:N:N:N:M:N:N:N:N:N:M:N:N N:N:N N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N:. Katherine Graham, Betty Bailey, By No Road 29 DetourMoore / I I
Beulah Guthrie, Laura Bailey, June
Miss Marcia Avant and Wilbur Edgar Ezelle of Mobile, Alabama,, Hooker: Margaret VonMach, and Counselor and Attorney at Law I
Goff motored to Miami Sunday. arrived this week for a visit with Hopkins Building
Edna Leiter, Ed VonMach, J. D. ( Haven Democrat)
his uncle and aunt Dr. and Mrs.J. Wednesdays and Saturdays
--- Hooker, Bill Owen, Junior Waters, I
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson W. Ezelle. Considerable inconvenience has
were 0:80 to 4:00
Louis Leiter, Billy Carmouche and
been caused traffic between Moore
visitors Tuesday in Miami. I
Dick Patterson.
Haven during the
and Lakeport
Mrs. Alvah
Burke Mrs M.
past few weeks due to the wet marl I
Miss Evelyn Hare was the guest Burke, sr., and Mrs Pearl Evans of S1IJS. J. D. BRUCE IS HOSTESS
which used base for
is being as a
of friends in Belle Glade this week. LaBelle were guests recently: of J. i iI
the of 29 ,
r> Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cornette. surfacing highway many .
cars and trucks being stuck in the I
Bill Wallace. of Boca Grande arrived '
The Clewiston Inn was the scene soft material.It .
in Clewiston ''Thursday."Mr. .' Miss Eunice Meredith is expected lof Jeweler & Watchmaker
a pretty party Friday afternoon is understood that the terms !
to return Sunday from Jackson- when Mrs. J. D. Bruce entertained of the i I contract on this stretch of I
and Mrs. O. A. Jones were ville where she has ben visiting hersister I
with a bridge and Michigan
highway does not provide for the
recent visitors in Miami. Mrs. R. H. Rowan.Mr. party. I All Kinds of Jewelry Repairs .
contractor building and maintaininga
--.- Optical RepairsAT
Winning high prize at bridge was detour and the state has madeno I

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling were and Mrs. A. P. Beery will Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, with Mrs. Her- provision for one, traffic being CHRISTIAN'S BARKER SHOP '

recent Visitors in Tampa.Mr. return Sunday from a visit of thr.e man Scharnberg receiving the sec- able to use the road during work-

weeks with Mr. Beery's parents in ond prize. Mrs. Harry'' Vaughn. was ing hours at their pwn risk. Con-

and Mrs. C. L. Downs spent Savannah, Ga. winner of consolation. sequently it is a loss of time and AGENT

Sunday and Monday in Miami.J. At the Michigan table first prize money to the contractor when it

L. C. Sturgiss returned this week J was won by Mrs. Sidney Crochet is necessary to take his men from I L. B. Mershon

Irving Davis of Albany, Georgia from Colorado where he has spenta and low by Mrs. Forest C. Taylor. their work to help out a car which
New York Life
was a business visitor in Clew- few weeks in the Grand Canyon: I Guests included Mrs. F. Deane has stuck. .

iston/this week. vicinity. Duff, Mrs. Claude L. Downs, Mrs. Cars are said to have little difficulty Insurance CompanyARCADIA

.--- Herman Scharnberg, Mrs. HoraceA. in getting over the road

'It...).,; ,Kenneth Harris and Miss Mae ,Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Brantleyhad Bestor, Mrs. W. .C. Owen, Mrs. but heavy trucks, and several use FLORIDA

Palmer, spent Sunday in West Palm as their guest for several days O. A. Jones, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, this route now to Okeechobee, have

Beach. 'I their grandson, Larry Davis of La- Mrs. B. A. Bourne, Mrs. F. M had considerable difficulty. The
Belle. Wright, Mrs Elbert Stewart, Miss school bus is still permitted, by the I
I Furniture and Homo V-nrnlsliinga!
Mrs. G. H. Suiairand Mrs. G. A. Ollie Moorman, Mrs. H. R. Hall, U. S. Engineers to use the leveeas :

Yon were shopping in West Palm James Edgar, who was employed I Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. '''W:: C. well as a few 'who are compelledto PHILCO RADIOS

':Beach: Saturday. during the last sugar cane harvest I Prewitt, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. make the trip daily.It I

/ season, arrived recently and is:: J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. FT C. Taylor, is an unfortunate conditionbut Household FurnishingsInc.

Mrs. T. C. Ellis of Alva spent again employed here during the I Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. Sidney Cro- the improved highway will be .

Tuesday* here with her daughter, current season. chet, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs.H. ample compensation for the incon-
Mis. John Elmore. 1 C. Kolstad and Miss VirginiaGallant. venience which is caused at this BELLE GLADE. FLORIDA,

Many Clewiston friends are inter-

,Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stewart and ested in the announcement of the BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN FOR Material water ,in is being the pit'taken'and from requiressome under .diI il IllllliIIIIII!!if!!![ !! I ilI!I IIIIII JJ i lIl i flmll l !ilmlmlmll f !11! !PI!J lI11I1.J!I II lrl !llw I II
Miss Ollie Moorman were Sunday '
birth of'a baby boy to Mr. and
I MISS CLARICE LAMMONS time to dry out. Good progressis
visitors-in LaBelle. "
Mrs. F. A. McKenzie, jr., of Lake-: I
being made now however, eleven
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Mutrux ,motored land. 1 I Miss Elsie Lammons entertained hundred feet being put, down on

to West Palm BeachSatur- :with a surprise birthday party Wed- Wednesday of this week. Special
/ Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Couch of .
day in honor of her'sis
; nesday evening -
Grant, Florida, were here the lat- t
ter, Miss Clarice Lammons. Looking on Dark Side tI
ter part of the week on business. I
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Doty and After an evening of games and "To look always on the dark side
They left for short visit in Miami
a \ I
Miss Maxine Doty were Saturday I various amusements refreshmentswere of life, said Hi Ho the sage of
visitors in Arcadia. before returning to their home. served to Misses Virginia Col- Chinatown, "is to be as one who I Regular $7.50 Tulip i
closes his in slumber that
lier, Ina Underhill, Dorothy and eyes
J. L. Whitaker spent Friday and Frank Ingersoll, who is connected Violet Bethea, Zena Bell Pullen, brines only ill dreaming., "
,with U. S. Engineers, has been Oil Permanent Wave
Saturday in Fort Myers with Mrs. Mary Bell Warren, Katie Mae Annette ,
transferred from Clewiston to Pa- Half-Timber
Whitaker and their sons. Virginia Hargraves, Mrs Em-
I hokee and left this week to reside The use of half-timber in houses
ma Ezelle, Misses Florence Slonaker' -
Mrs. W. C. Prewitt and Mrs. Nel- near Pahokee. became popular in the late Sixteenth
and Clarice Lammons, Carlisle For Two Weeks
lie Swaffer motored to Fort My- Redish, 'Herman Pullen, Dick Mims, century.

ers Tuesday.R. Miss Margaret Katerer and John Joe Cato, Carl Anderson, Manning

I Smith of Fort Myers were, visitors Keen, Joe Eldon, Fred and Jerry Brewed Spirit for God .

.' M. Turner of Sarasota 'wasa in Clewiston Sunday evening. The Cato, Buck Mims, Harold Adams, The Aryans of 2000 B., C. breweda $6OOFrom '

business visitor Clewiston I Mon visitors both took part in the ev- Phillip Turner, Elmon Warren| B. spirit which they dranl: to Pushan,

day. ening service at the Baptist Church. B. Bush, Joe and Woodrow Peeples, the Pathfi iricr. i

Usler Mathis, Mr. and Mrs. Hernian

Troy Puryear of Sarasota is Misses Marguerite and Evelyn Dyess, Mr. and 11rs.V.. H. War- Now UntilNovember "

spending a few days in Clewiston Long of Miami and Miss Clara Bell ren and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Marshall. NOTICE TO CREDITORS.

visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs. Morris of Belle Glade are spendinga In Court of CounhJudj'e: Heiulry i

few days here visiting'' Miss Evelyn Count, Florida. 5 '"
Miss Mae Lily Stone and Clayton Hare. Ins. ALSTON HOSTESS AT You and each of you are hereby
Waters motored to Arcadia BINGO PARTY FOR, BIRTHDAYMrs. notified and required to present any
:accounts claims and demands which
day for the day. SUl-1 EricsBoe \Moore Haven is em- : you or either of you, may have i

ployed in the general office of the Roy Alston entertained informally '. against deceased the, late estate of said of Christine County Crouch to the I c
I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McLure of United States Sugar Corporation. at her home on Wednesday Honorable W. T. Maddox. County
visited friends in Clewic-I .Judge of Hendry County Florida, at CLEWISTON INN:
I Pahokee : He and Mrs. Boe are planning to evening celebrating her hus his office in the Court House in
ton Sunday. move to Clewiston as soon as they band's birthday. Bingo was enjoyed the City of LaBelle. Florida within
eight calendar months from the date I
can find a location. ", by the group until a late hour of the first publication of this notice BEAUTY SHOP
Miss Marcia Avant and Wilbur I -- : and a midnight supper was served. ,, : Each claim or demand must ,
be in writing: and''must state the
Goff were Sunday visitors in Mi- K. M. Throop, secretary of the Attending were Mr. 'and Mrs. i. place of residence and post office|
ami. Everglades Drainage District, wasin dress of the claimant and must !l
E. Mr. and Mrs.
I I Vernon Bryant, I be sworn to by the claimant, his i I

.-.. Mr. and Mrs.-J. R. Lakin of .Clewiston Throop and on ',Mr.business Beardsley Thursday.Mr. were. and Ward Bob Roberts and ,Dick Mrs.Yoder Cecile of,Brooks,Moore I I agent will not or be his allowed attorney,and or, the paid same and I ;"'''mlIIIIII!II!!! I mlllll I I llmlfil 6IIhGl! i L miflmlllimlill I I I!iL;llmllij! IDII1iIJm h! I II J G mm G i iIU'II. '"

Miami are spending several days' .in business 'visitors in LaBelle during Haven and11'. and Mrs. Foy: Dur- I

Clewiston on business. j i the day.

__ I I ----- rence of Clewiston. ................................................. ................-........................................................................,-.... ...
Judge H. A. Rider and son, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and :McCALJ-ROOXEY I :. n

James, of LaBelle, ,were visitors in their sons, Gene and Bub, spent -----.- I '.' A.z. "

town Wednesday.Mr. I Sunday at Fort Denaud, where they Mrs. Myra Rooney, formerly wel- ... I'I..1.Y .z.'z. ..

were joined by Mrs Mills parents, fare worker 'for Hendry county and I {{

and Mrs. J. F. McLure of Mr. and Mrs Solon Crews and Miss Bill McCall, formerly of LaBelle, .z. I .s,

Pahokee visited friends. in Clewis- Alma Crews of Fort Myers. were married in Pitts, Georgia, on

ton Sunday. October 8th, acordincg to announce-I CLEWISTON 60LF I !i i!

Mr. and Mrs Gene Barrow and ments received by friends here. '

Miss Marjorie Hood Is visitinga Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Cuttino spent I Mr. and Mrs. McCall will residein y I
sister in Jacksonville for several several days in West Palm Pitts. :: :i:

days. Mr. Barrow and Mr. Cuttino :.: :.i, COURSE'-.-:,:' ,' :'.
over to take federal BeaCh'l it r"
Miss Bell Warren and Jerry and the two couples ;
I I :: : ; ,:, ::
: >
Cato were visitors Monday evening beach cottage: during their .. ', ', I
'.. ,-, ,' ::
in Pahokee. :
; I
I I group of Clewiston members of .. '.' :
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, the B. Y. P. U. attended a meet- + ..- $- :::

Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy: Harris spent. Dan, Bob and Bruce Beardsley and ing of the Everglades league of B. :: :!:
Sunday in LaBelle, visiting Mrs. i I Kermit Dell of Pahokee spent the Y. P. U. members held in the Pa- ,

Harris' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank week-end in Gainesville. They visited hokee Baptist Church on Tuesday ..z.I ,

Turner. J., W. Beardsley, who is a stu- evening.

dent at the University and attended Included in those attending this !

", Mrb. J. E. Baker, Miss Mae the Florida-Miami game Jji the meeting were Mr. and Mrs. W. R. I to the Public 11 11y

Whitten and Miss visitors Livonia in Congdonwere West evening. Broaderick, Mr. and Mrs. LeslieC. [ Open ._:

Saturday Miller, Mrs.. Glen Etherton, V.
,I Palm Beach. Guy Stovall and R. Malone of C. Woodward, Mrs Sara Jo Crews, h
Fort Lauderdale were business visitors Mrs. C. W. Simmons Doris Simmons y
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barnes and In Clewiston Wednesday. Mr.
Janice Wynn, Lynwood Dickinson 1
family of LaBelle have moved to Malone is interested in the establishment : and Jack Waters. 1

Clewiston. They are occupying one, of a truck line to operate .. .f.
: ...
I of the Francisco apartments. directly to the Everglades region :MRS ALL HOSTESS AT .f. 'i.Y .
,:: ..
from Fort Lauderdale Road '
Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Johnson re- 26, which is nearing completion. ) i
from their honeymoon -
and are residing in the Schult DANCING CLUB OF YOUNGER Mrs.members Campbell of her E: evening Nail entertained bridge :;: Moderate Green Fees :;zil : I

apartments. ,....---. SET ENJOYS FRIDAY PARTY club at her home on Wednesday Exceptional Fairways 1
evening. Mrs. Joe Schroeder won a I.
Mrs. F. R. Maxwell of Miami The dancing club met Friday
lovely lamp for first prize Miss _: Interesting Greensi'flIDAY :
arrived yesterday and is spendinga evening with Miss Edythe Nell Mae Palmer a Fostoria relish dish
few days visiting her soninlawand Cornette hostess and Jimmie Hol- :!: I
as cut prize, and Mrs. W. H. Lanier -I
daughter, Mr and Mrs, Glen land, hot A largo !space for dancing a !cot: of bowl covers as low, i-i i ,
*. Ethsrton, waa cleared on the floor of I xpellshtful :: :
,.: w Q.l' I j ,

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stretched himself on the couch to too late." He is gone. I drove him We Hope They Got Home

wait Dale's coming.The away. \

chiming of the clock broughthim "In God's name, Farwell, what Before Moon Came Up ,
to his feet, staring and ruby are you saying?"

bing his eyes. Kelsey sprang to his feet. The :
A farmer had
A distinct uneasiness possessedhim lean face under the gray hair had young bought a
when he realized that his watch gone. as white as Farwell's own. horse which was a wonderful j f
had been kept in vain. Dale had His fists were thrust into his coat jumper, and was riding him home.

not returned. Satisfied by the quiet pockets, as if fearful his anger They came to a gate 10 feet high.

r r 4 overhead that Farwell must be rest- might get the best of him. The horse pricked up his ears,

ing, Pink stole softly to his kitchento "That Dale is yours," was the wagged his tail and gracefully

brew a pot of coffee.As measured reply.i'l always have jumped over. .
he swallowed a hasty break- known." A little farther on they came to

fast he was formulating a plan of Wade Kelsey took a backward a gate 14 feet high, and again the

I action. He had promised Miss Lee step and sank helplessly into his horse pricked up his ears, waggedhis
to find the kid. chair. He but stared at Farwell."I tail and sailed over with equal : I

He swore at the sound of the sinned more deeply than I ease.

door bell. Muttering to himself, he knew.,, I never told the boy. Al- Farther on still they came to a

hurried to answer it before his em- ways I was hoping-hoping. Then railway bridge. Again the horse

ployer should be roused. It mightbe you came. I had to tell him. All." pricked up his ears, 'wagged his

some word from the kid., "Wait!" Kelsey's voice was tail, but the squire shouted

"Well?" was his ungracious greet- harsh. He swallowed before he nervously, "Whoa, under this one,

WNU Service. ing to the stranger o:\.,the porch."I could ask his question. "Are you not over."
e Joseph McCord would like to see Dr. Farwell,, trying to tell me that you think- :j
if I may." that you dare.believe I'm that boy's I
XIV Continued only to hear that monotonous pac- father?" ''
CHAPTER Before Pink could frame a refusal Try This With Your
-15- ing overhead.A a voice spoke from within "Would you deny him a name 'I'
Through it all, over it all, the moment later, he rapped hesi- the hall. now? It is all that you can give him. New Ruffled Curtains

name Dale had been unable to force tatingly on the knob and peered "Just a moment, Pinckney. Whois More than you did for her." t

from his lips back in the study. cautiously into the room. it?" "If I did not believe you utterly By RUTH WYETH SPEARS ,\

How long ago. That was the mem- The light still burned. Jonathan Jonathan Farwell came slowly mad ." A dangerous ring crept DEAR Mrs. Spears-I want

ory his battered consciousness desired Farwell, his face drawn and hag- down the stairs and crossed to the into Kelsey's voice as he leaned for- you for the clear 'I

most of all to crush. Evenas gard and suddenly old, turned to front door. ward. "As long as you have said diagram of how to hang draw cur,1',1

his fingers tried to ,mutilate the face his visitor. "Good morning," he began calm- thatLet me tell you somethingonce tains in your Book SEWING 'i j
evidence and failed. "Dale has not come back, were. and for all. I Elaine I
tangible ly. "Did you wish to see me? gave a for the Home Decorator. This was
Elaine. Elaine. his first words. "Dr. Farwell?"" love that could mean nothing to just what I have been needing as ;1

Her face watching him throughall "Not yet, Dominie. "Yes. Come in." you. For you killed her." we have casement windows and
this It would not "I have lost him too," Farwell "No. I loved her. Too well." 3
nightmare. Pink fell back reluctantly and allowed no shades in our living room. With f' :
be blotted out. No matter how he offered in a curiously flat voice. "And I tell that did. You '
the visitor to enter. Eyed you you a pull of the cord my new curtains ,J'
beat at it with his bare heart. "Gone." The finality stirred Mul broke her between hands. She
him uneasily as he walked into the your shut out the light or the outside I
That hurrying maddening proces- grew to action. parlor, followed by the minister.The loved you so well she let you drive view. I wonder if you would help
sion, swinging past his' staring eyes. "Talk sense! he countered atmosphere of the front room her out of your life. And now ." me with another problem? I do

Where was the end? roughly. "You know that kid's no was charged with sudden tensenessas He was on his feet again. "You sit not want to make the curtains for

A host of puzzling shadows forg- i quitter. Any more'n you." Sit down. the two men faced each other. there in your smug righteousnessand the, rest of the house. Thought I .;j\
ing by. Taking shape at last. Those I Pull yourself together. The stranger broke the silence. He smirch her name. Didn't it \

were pennons streaming from bob- With unexpected docility the minister spoke bluntly. occur to you that Dale might be 4 BOARD SCREWS THUMB TACKS

bing lance tips. Clearer. The half- sank to a seat on the bed. "We'have never met, Doctor Far- your son? That he is your son?

forgotten game of dreams. Old "He'll come back," the little man well." Elaine's boy? You poor blind fool. DOUBLE

guests of the Table Round. insisted. "You been carryin' this "No." It was a colorless word. And to think I have hated you all ROD CURTAIN I' '1 I

And ever present in the motleyof around ever since he was born. The "But I am not surprised to see you these years!" I I I I I II r

mail, a lone rider. Coming out kid got it all in one package. Whatdo now." Farwell slowly passed his hand PLAIN i

again, hidden behind'arms that boreno you expect? He's had to go out "Then you ,know I'm Wade Kel- over his mouth as if he had received I PART OFVALANCE

device: Blank. by himself and work it out. Sameas sey." a blow. His lips twitched, I ...

The shield argent. I you've been doin'. When he gets The name had no sooner left theE but no sound came. He peered up It LRDOUBLE\JLN.J

Dale's arm was upflung across his vacantly at his accuser."I .

face to shut away the picture. He am beginning to understand,"

rolled over and pressed his eyes Kelsey remarked quietly. "We must

deep among the dead leaves. Sobs get to the bottom of this. Pull your-

broke from him. self together, man. Is there any N i

"Elaine." E I] thing I can get you?" I' -AOI I I II) -b U\\}\\ |

When that first storm had spent Farwell shook his- head.
itself, the boy who had been Dale "Then listen to me." He drew his would buy ruffled net ones. Do

Farwell roused and ,stared dully at chair closer and seated himself. you think they would be too com-

his surroundings. At the trees loom- "This is no time to mince words.It monplace? J. T."

ing darkly on all sides. It was means too much to that boy. To Answer: Here is a suggestion :l

the same world he had seen slip all of us. I can tell you some for hanging ruffled curtains that

from beneath his feet. He still was things you don't know. That is what will make your windows a little "
brought me here." different from those of your neigh-
of it.
in it, if no longer ,
bors and lend end of to I
For the moment his mind re- no style
CHAPTER XV your rooms.. Double curtain rods
fused to recognize the present or
needed the crossed ef- \f
back little are give
future. He must go a ,
himself "We'll start with me. You'd best fect and a valance board is added I;
reconstruct his chaos. Adjust 1
to'a perspective of some sort. make up your mind to accept whatI to the top of the window as shown.
tell you. Is that understood?" Here the valance is the sort that
Slowly, matters began to right
said Kelsey.A with made curtains
in his numb brain. It comes ready
slight nod of the head was Farwell's -
came back to him how his father and the top is folded back to makeit
I reply. double. In thumbtacking it to
.yG F lab "When you came to Middleton, I the valance board, do not stretch
That it. He had father.
was no
was a transit man with the old it-just "ease it on" so that it J
of i
But he did! He was the son
Ward Kelsey. That should have G. & C. Starting out. I was en- hangs well. If you feel that the '
gaged to Elaine. There's no good valance
need color the
been his name, too. No right to I
into that. She loved more f
going you and tie backs be of plain
jz may I
that other of which he had beenso _
than she did me. But there is one glazed chintz that repeats the i
proud. Who was Jonathan Far- will- have to believe. It
"ijc't' thing you strongest color in your room color
swell? Only his mother's husband.A .
didn't from loving her.
-# \ 4 keep me scheme. A contrasting valance I
kind him
man who had been to There never has been another wom-
for her sake. Had he? may be either plain or gathered. ,
in life. From that day until
an my Son and
Let Father and Young
This of God. Who stood "
man up this. If can that .
you get,
make the
on each Sunday and told people howto Farwell sat motionless. Staringin Little Sister help you I

be, good. Live righteous lives, / mute pain at the other man. home a center of interest. Book i
hate sin. And he let live this SEWING, for the Home Deco-
me "I don't want to be rough .
lie. He lived it, too. Why? Why? i -- Kelsey seemed to find the going dif rator contains many useful things
I 'No. I loved her, too well." that every one may take a handin I
All these years' giving himselfto ficult. "I know now that Elaine !
Book 2 shows
the task of saving souls. What here, he'll be fixed to talk. Then speaker's lips than the door lead- never opened her lips to a soul. with making.pictures how to make many you
about his own soul? What about and him But I saw Though I never
to the closed
together. ing dining
you can get room was novelty gifts. Books are 25 cents
The Lady Lee. talked with her after she sent me,
should he to ? I hand. The
"Why come me abruptly. By an unseen each. Order both books today and
No use to push that out of his away. She was trying to fit herself i
drove him sound recalled Farwellto
away. My punishmentis unexpected get the patchwork quilt leaflet pic- :,
mind longer. The thing that to job that was beyond her.
any a
almost greater than I can bear, the duties of host. turing 36 authentic embroidery
mattered most of all. Pinckney. I tried to carry it alone. "Will you be seated?" "I can guess what happened after stitches free. Address: Mrs.

She was waiting for him now- Did I do wrong? Did I?" "Thank you. We can talk here?" you took her away. She found her- 210 S. Desplaines St., Chi
somewhere in this soft darkness.He "Lissen, Dominie. I can't tell "If you feel it necessary." self failing the job-and you. Fright Spears,
had promised. His last words and her nerves got the better of cago,
"We alone I ?
you. I reckon I'd have done the are mean
had told that could her. I could it all ;
her nothing ever piece together.She I
same as you. You wasn't sure. I Jonathan Farwell walked to the
keep them apart. How could he mean you never had it in black and hall door. He closed it and came clung to you and you gave her LARGE SIZE
ever tell her? He couldn't. Neverto no help. Perhaps you couldn't.That's SMA60c 4 5 51.20
You know what. I'm tryin'to back to the nearest chair, dropping
see her again not for me to judge. All I
cushioned A
say. wearily to its seat. "
What would they tell her when she "What else was there to believe?" few brief hours had aged him per- know is that something snapped. \

called the parsonage? What would Farwell persisted. "There never ceptibly. His shoulders.sagged. The t Farwell moistened his lips with i \
the tip of his tongue. Sat watching.His .
he in the he must send
say message I was anything else to believe. God white face was pinched and drawn. 9AAN0
before he went away from all this? forgive I the "Well sir?" face was expressionless. F Relief
me, hoped .man was Brings Blessed 'I
"Elaine in panic when she
was a
That he had made a mistake? That dead. Now he comes out of the "Perhaps this is more difficult from aches and pains of .
she must try to forget? To have to left your home. Her physical con-
realized. A
past. than slight hesitancy
with it
dition had something to do RHEUMATISMNEURITIS
hurt her so. No right even to lookat "
"One of them tHings. That's all. marked Kelsey's attempt. Sudden '
of When she to
course. was
her. Never to hold her close .
"If there was any doubt," was the sympathy filled him. This man was take the step, she couldn't go back. a bottle Why Suffer?
The warm perfume of her: hair ,. bitter retort did that He ill. "Can -,
"why man suffering. was you She couldn't go to her mother, for ATfALISSGOOKLDIMJGSSTOIlES;
He couldn't stand this. If only hide himself all these years? Why understand what, brings me here?" fear you would find her. '

he could start on that trip to the did he not find me? Why? There is he ventured. "I suppose you know "This will sound almost unbeliev- Greater Modesty

wilderness. Bury himself forever. no answer. To anything in life." that I have met Dale." able. I can see now. It was fate.
I forbids what the law
Another dream shattered. He nev- Pink came He stood look told is Modesty
nearer. "He me so. He gone, Far- The same as my running across .
er wanted to see that man. Hear ing down at the crumpled figure. well said listlessly. "First, Elaine. Dale last week. I was in Chicagoon does
his name. Didn't dare see him. "Dominie," he began slowly "I Dale. What would do
Today, you business. A friend and I droppedinto
There were other wilderpesses. ain't very good at sayin' things. But now? I am beyond hurt, I think." 'a Loop restaurant for lunch.I .

He would find them. Only ask to ain't you sorta runnin'} out on your- "You're talking in riddles, man!" saw Elaine waiting on tables. Thisis HELP-KIDNMS

be forgotten, No riding out with self tonight? And on the kid? You Kelsey eyed the other sharply. going to hurt. She was working Get Rid of Acid
colors now know ." Pink hesitated then "
"And to
there is no answer left. support your baby. And Poisonous Waste
The clouds lowered. Rain drops summed up: "I always let you han- Farwell's black eyes fixed them- "I'll cut it'short for both our Your kidneys help to keep yoa.well
rattled sharply on the leaves. dle the church end. But here's how selves on the engineer's puzzled sakes. Elaine didn't have much re by constantly filtering waste matter

Dale rose painfully to his feet. all this hits me. If God's all you face. "I once supposed if ever I sistance. The lake air had been from functionally the blood.disordered If your and kidneys fast: get to

Blundered on. Deeper into the figure, why's He lettin' our kid sit met you face to face, I would kill doing her no good. I took her to remove excess impurities whole there may and be
the system
r woods. 1 in a crooked game? No; sir. The you. God changes us." There wasa her mother where she belonged. poisoning body-wide of distress.

kid's a square shooter. You can't faint touch of wonder in the I Then I began a search for you. Burning, scanty or too of frequent kidneyor urlnation
be warning some
Pink Mulgrew stood watch alonein tell me no different. Dope it out words."I You seemed to have dropped from bladder may disturbance. '

his kitchen until the first streaksof for yourself." think you had better explain sight. I stumbled across your trail You may headache suffer,attacks nagging of backache dizziness.getting ,,
dawn tinged the east and Albert in 1915. Elaine had been dead ,
that. Kelsey said it quietly enough, I once up nights, swelling puffiness
Hickman arrived with a clink of Nine o'clock found the' parsonage. but a dull color crept into his several months. She hoped for you under the out.eYe --feel weak, nervous,'all

milk bottles. Pink had passed the enveloped in silence. cheeks. "I thought I might be of to the last. Wanted to put Dale in played In such cases it is better to rely on a

hours tipped back in a. chair, heels Jonathan Farwell still lay across some help. You have enough to an- your arms where he belonged. Now medicine acclaim than that on has something won country-wide less favorably -

resting on the table as he sat star- hisbed where Mulgrew'had left him swer for, when it comes to that. it's your turn to help. Where were known.Use Doan't Pill. A multi.

ing at the wall and lighting one several hours before. Exhaustedby Elaine might be here now, if you you?" tude of. Aik grateful your neighbor people, recommendDean's.

cigarette after the other. the storm that had swept his . I'm sorry. I didn't mean to "Overseas."
'\ He had gone several times to the heart and brain, sleep at last had say that." "We weren't in the war then."

back porch to peer into the darknessand claimed the minister. Pink was in "Yes. She might have come here "Canadians."

to listen. Then into the parlor, the living room where he had with you. To claim your son. It is (TO BE CONTINUED)




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/ SmilesLabor -
Too Few Map OutIf

a young man maps out a career Lost j
he generally achieves it. Mrs. Bunk-I caught Mary kissing -
n I T I 0
An ounce of persuasion is better Snoopier the milkman this morning.Mr. .

than a pound of compulsion: Bunk Good gracious!
--' Wasting time on him when we
A man with a reputation of be- .
ing brilliant is almost sure to ,owe the grocer $11.Practical .

overdo it.Because .
He Fails to Marry Minded
"Ah!" sighed the tourist, .soulfully -
From a bachelor's viewpoint "what a view! So magnificent -
marriage is a failure. -so grand! Makes a man
Nothing is done exactly right. feel like a little grub."
Why fret? v "Good idea," replied his' girl I

Gossip ,is a deadly gas that is companion. "I could put away'nice a
often fatal to ,friendship.ravoiite 'j big sandwich."


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fr.1 mmlmlmllilm i !I if!lilif mllm!IC 9 1 1 lmrm! G! Imlll1mlrmWmll!! [ !f n! ii lf mlmm h!nlk i north fire would of the be school staged grounds on the, anda lot whose Is both unknown unknown Christian and; if-and alive, ;her hUSband'1. members Public the validation Instruction of the of of County bonds said County and Board,bond for of providing amending and for the powers their same,government.,be or passed altering unless Jurisdiction or- ;.jj

snake dance would follow this. Wombacker and L. A. Wombacker. Issue of $33.000.00, issued under notice of intention to apply therefor '.
her. husband, if alive: MaryK.. authority of Chapter 579. ct. seq., of shall have been published in the man-
SCHOOL NEWS This was the last 'meeting of the Wright if unmarried divorced or a the Revised General Statutes of ner provided by law where the matteror

club before the first game. widow, and': If. married :Mary E. Florida and pursuant to resolutions thing to be affected may be situated -
pep -. whose married surname is and proceedings of the said Board which notice shall be
Editor .._.._, _...__... Bill OwenAsst The Booster's Club, a part of unknown and -. her husband and with the assent of a majorityof the manner provided by publishedIn law at '

Editor ........ J. D. Hooker whose Christian and surname are the votes cast at a special election least thirty 'days prior to introduction
the club, will have charge of both unknown held May 17th. 1938. for that
pep if alive: Pearl Wright, on into tho of
Legislature such bill.
Sports Editor ........_... Dick OwenSIXTH the operating 'of the parking lot, a widow if alive; and John Zvolanck, ,purpose, said bonds being; issued to The evidence that such notice any has been
also known as Jno. Zvolanek and provide funds for the' improvement
selling candy, cold drinks and pea- Mrs, John Zvolanck, his wife if of public free school buildings and Legislature published shall before be such established shall in the

lm Jmimr! m mmm (jfmllllmlillm! mmmif. flmlimilm! !: mmm IfWII"!, nuts, and collecting and punching alive eS'erts: and if dead lany\ all of 'the parties above claiming named I grounds said petition In said will District be heard' and before that passed filed and such evidence bill shall be be

tickets. These boys and 'girls will r [ ; under such deceased personor the Honorable George W. Whitehurst, or preserved with the bill in the

GRADE PROGRAMOn blue and white persons, or otherwise all parties Judge of_said Court, In chambers atLaBelle office of the Secretary of State In
be distinguished by claiming interests under Peter A. Florida" on the 26th .day or such manner as the Legislature shall
Friday, October 14th, the slip-over Tjackets.The Hanson deceased or otherwise and October A. D. 1938 at the hour of I provide, and the fact that such notice
all unknown persons 1)aving"or claim- tcn o'clock A. M. on said date, and I was established In the Legislatureshall
members of the sixth grade presented manager of the team and ing an interest in the real property you and each of you are hereby in every case be recited upon the

their first chapel program in assistant LeRoy .Hare and lying and being situate in the Countyof notified and required to appear before Journals of the Senate and of the
his are llendry, Stale of Florida, to-wit: the said Judge at the time and place House of Representatives: ,PROVIDED -
the school auditorium.The I Dick I Patterson, respectively. When NWU of" was as follows: statement for this col- of Section 23 Township 43 South, any you have or if any there be, such law shall be required hereunder
program asked for a
Range 34 East; why said bonds shall not be validated when such law contains a provisionto
Bible reading by Edward Creel.I I umn, Manager Hare said: "The SEU of the NWU of the SW14 and confirmed as is authorized by the effect that the same shall not

"Welcome Song", by all members boys have shown much Improvement of Section 23, Township 43 South, law, and as Is prayed in said petition become operative'or effective until
Range 34 East; WITNESS my official signature as ratified or approved at a referendum
of the 6th grade. in the past week. I think they NW1of the S\VU of the SVVU Clerk of said Court and the seal of election to be called and held In the ,-
I I I ." of Section 23, Township 43 South, said Court hereto affixed'at the territory affected in accordance witha
Song, "School Days" sung and I will develop into a good team. Range 34 East; Court house in LaBelle, Florida on provision therefor contained in such

enacted by Lawrence Guthrie, Chris- And they will be a better team SEU of the SWU of the SWU this 30th day of September, 1938. bill, or provided by general law.

tine Redish, Sue VonMach and Lew- and everyone of you come out and of Section 23. Township 43 South, (SEAL) WILLIAM 1'. HULL
made Range 34 East: Clerk Circuit Court, Hendry A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan
is Blount. see "just what the boys are SWU of the SWU of the SE% County, Florida Amendment to Section 2 of ArticleIX
of Section 23. Township 43 South,
of. of the Constitution of Florida Re-
Characterswere LOUIS O. GRAVELY
"Columbia". ,
Play Range 34 East:
Solicitor for lating to Taxation and Finance by
: Columbus, Willie Smith; -Dick Owen, Sports Editor. SEU of the SWU of the SE>4 Petitioners. Adding Thereto a Requirement That
of Section 23, Township 43 South No. 157-Sept. 30 Oct. 7, 14, 21. the Legislature Shall Provide for
Poole King
Queen Isabelle Doris ; Range: 34 East;. Raising Revenue to Defray State An-
Ferdinand, Bobby Carmouche;' Pages Introduced Ice Cream I SEU of the SEU of the SErA propriations Made for the BeneIC of
Mc- Hamilton the of Section 23, Township 43 South, the Uniform System of Public Free
Parmelia Bourne and Betty Mrs. Alexander Range ?4 East; NOTICE TO CREDITORS Schools, and of the State Institutionsof

Puffle; Sailors, Lewis Blount, Char- widow of the founder of our W,2 cf the NEU of the NEU Higher Learning as a Part of the
cial was the first to fianan-I of Section 36. Township 43 South, expenses of 'the State on an Equal-
lie Liles, Henry Chapman, Bobby! system, Range 34 East: In Court, Florida of County Judge, Hcndry ity Therewith.
Topper, Edward Creel; Indians,: duce ice cream in Ear of the NWIof the NEU BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS-

Sherwood Hall Frank: Richards, used to relate the delight displayed I of Section 35. Township 43 South, PROBATE JURISDICTIONYou LATURE OF THE' STATE OF FLORIDA -
President Andrew Jackson when Range 34 East;. and each or. you are hereby : That the following amendment
r :Martin Waldron, J. L. Keller; Nar- by E% of the SWJof the NEU notified and required to present any I of Section 2 of Article IX of the Con-
he first tasted it. He liked it much accounts, claims and demands which
Nick Schiffli Announcer, of Section 35, Township 43 South stitution of Florida relating to tax-
rator, ; and swore "by the eternal" that he Range 34 East; you, or either of you, may have ation and finance be and the same is' lJ'
Leonard Moore. W' of the of the against the estate of Milton H.
hereby agreed to and shall be submitted ,
would have ices at the/White House. Section 35, Township 43 South, Crouch, Deceased, late of said County, to the qualified electors of the a "
the next reception Iltmve 34 East to the Honorable 'V..1. Maddox, County -
I The guests at : : State of Florida for ratification o'r
INITIATIONSTuesday EI/J of the RE1of the NE?. Judge of Hendry County.. Florida, the
rejection at
this ensuing general
were surprised with
agreeably at his office in the Court House in
I of Section 35, Township 43
South lectlon to be held in
November 1938.
the seniors
afternoon the I the City of LaBelle Florida, within
from ,
delicacy especially those Range 34 East;
That Is to say that Section 2 of ArticleIX
initiated the freshmen. The seniors W,4 of the SE'4.of the NEU eight calendar months from date
rural districts. of the Constitution of Florida be
of the first publication of this n-
of Section 35 43 South
their Township and the same is hereby amended
to so
required the freshmen wear Range 34 East tice. Each claim or demand must be
; as to read as follows:
in writing and must state the placeof
clothes backwards and to carry Ear of the NEU of the NWU" residence and post office addressof "Section 2. The Legislature shall

books for the seniors. A short of Section 35, Township 43 South, the claimant and must be swornto provide for raising revenue to defraythe
LEGAL NOTICESIN Range 34 East: expenses of the State includingstate
by the claimant, his agent or his
assembly was held the last period W% of the of the
NEU NWU attcrney, or the same will not be appropriations for the benefitof !
and each freshman was called uponto of Section 35, Township 13 South allowed and paid and will become the uniform system of public free
I Range 34 East: void according to la'xy. schools provided in accordance with
do a stunt. Jimmy Bethea gavean Ear of the SWU of the NWU Dated this the 23 day of SeptemberA. Article XII of the Constitution, and

imitation of a dog and Carlton OK THE of Section 35, Township 43 South, D., 1938. of the State Institutions of Higher
TilE CIRCUIT COURT Range 34 East; CARL H. BERNER, Learning, for each fiscal year, and alsoa
Prevatt imitated each of the high TWELFTH JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT InNDItYCOUN'rY OF Wof the SWU of the NWU Administrator of the Estateof sufficent sum to pay the principleand

school teachers. Paul Puller and FLORIDA IN AND FOR CHANCERY. of Section 35, Township 43 South, Milton H. Crouch, Deceased interest of the existing Indebtedness -
IN Range 34 East: No. 155-Sept. 23, 30. Oct. 7, 14, 21.NOTICE of the State."
Thelma Ricks did a ragtime dance. NO. 82.: EV of the SEli of the NWU I

Hager Low and Gus Cantrell hada RECONSTRUCTION FINANCE : of Section 35, Township 43 South,'
Range 34''East:
cracker-eating contest. Every time. CORPORATION, a Amendment to Article XIV of the
under : I
organized and existing W'of. the SE1of the NWU
one got a mouthful of crackers he: the laws of the United States, : of Section 35, Township 43 South, OF ELECTION"CONSTITUTIONAL Constitution of Florida Relating to
: the State :Militia by Adding Theretoan
Plaintiff Range 34 East
would start laughing and blow ; AMENDMENTS Additional
v. : EW of the NEU of the SWU Section Specially applicable -
crumbs all over the stage. Beulah W P. ANDREWS and : of Section 35, Township 43 South, WHEREAS, the legislature of 1937 to the Federally Recognized I
AUDREY ANDREWS, his wife : Range 34 East; under the Constitution of 1885, of the Troops Known as the Florida National -
Guthrie sang a song, Jimmy Holland and others named In the bill : Nth of the NWUi of the SWU State of Florida 'did pass four Joint Guard.

led a cheer, :Mary Johnson ex- Defendants. : I of Section 35. Township 43 South, ,Resolutions proposing amendments to BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS-
ORDER OF PUBLICATION flange 34 East:. the Constitution of the State of Flor- LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLOR-
how to' milk and
plained a cow, I SWU of the NWU of the SWi/. ida, and the same were agreed to bya IDA: That the following amendmentto
Edna Leiter read a love letter to,I It appearing ly the sworn bill of of Section 35. Township 43 South, vote of three fifths of all the members Article XIV of the Constitution of
I complaint filed herein that the plaintiff Range 34 East: elected to each house; that the Florida relating to the State :Militiaby

Ed VonMach. I is entitled to an order of publi- SEU of the NWU of the SWU votes on said Joint Resolutions were adding thereto an additional Sec-

cation, of Section 35, Township 43 SouthRange entered upon their respective Journals, tion to be known as Section 5 of said
the defendants -
IT IS ORDERED that Article XIV specially applicable to
34 East with the yeas and nays thereon, and
P.-T. A. MEETINGAt Alice Baker, a widow; G. C. they did determine and direct that the federally recognized State troops
W' of the of the
/ SWU SW34:
I and Mrs. G. u.r -
Bantz as Trustee, known the National is
; Guard here-
the P.-T. A. meeting Tuesday > Viio nrif Burke and or :section: 35, Township 43 :south: the said Joint Resolutions be submitted I as
afternoon Coach Wakefield intro-I anDennis t T, '''V. rkeh" r husband If Range 34 East. to the+ electors of the State at the by agreed to and shall be submittedto
the electors of the State of Floridafor
and EV6 of the SEU of the SWV General Election in November 1938.
duced the football squad to the I alive; Reinhardt his', W. wife Boerner, if alive; of Section 35. Township 43 South, NOW, THEREFORE I, R. A. Gray, ratification or rejection at the
parents. The boys wish to thank Emma Boerner,and Mrs. Simon Bur- Range 34 East: Secretary of ,State of the State of next General Election to be held in
Simon Burdick I. Brandon, if WV6 of the SEU of the SW} Florida, do hereby give notice that a 1938 as 'follows:
the P.-T. A. for its kind donationof unmarried dick, his wife divorced; Eva or a widow, and of Section 35, Township 43 South, GENERAL ELECTIONwill "Section 5. FLORIDA NATIONAL

ten dollars to the athletic fund, if married Eva I.-1'-. whose mar Range 34 East: be held In each county in Floridaon GUARD.-a) Whenever there shall
ried is unknown and E1of the NEU of the SEU be In the State of Florida a federally
surname Tuesday next succeeding the first
five dollars of which'goes to the her husband, whose Christian andsurname of Section 35, Township 43 South, Monday In November, A. D. 1938, the recognized National Guard, the same
Florida Athletic Association for are both unknown if alive: Range 34 East said Tuesday being the shall be sun generis and subject tc
John Carbone. Frank Carbone and W% of the NE%' of the SE' the lawful orders of the Governor
yearly dues.LIBRARY Vincent Giordano, co-partners doing of Section 35 Township 43 South, EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER who shall be Commander In Chief..
business as Carbone Brothers & Range 34 East: for the ratification or rejection of the (b) The National Guard shall be sup-
Company: Thomas C. Carnei and Mrs E>,6 of the RW1of the 5E14 said Joint Resolutions proposing ported and maintained by the Stateof
DONATIONS Thomas C. Garner his wife if alive: of Sectlon35.. Township 43 South, amendments to the Constitution of the Florida pursuant to provisions of :

The library wishes to acknowledge -: Florence A. Carrier, if unmarried, Range 34 East: State of Florida, viz: law prescribed for organizing, arming, .
divorced or a widow, and if mar- \VVs of the SWU of the SE A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingthe governing and disclpllng"said National "
the following donations to lied Florence A. -, whose married of Section 35, Township. 43 South, Amendment of Section 7 of ArticleX Guard in accordance with the Acts of
the library: surname is unknown, and and Range 34 East: cf the Constitution. Relating to the Congress and regulations of the Unit-
her" husband, whose Christian E""& of the RE1of the SE'/ Exemption of Homesteads from Tax- ed States War Department thereunto
Mrs. C. J. Wiandt, four books of, surname are both unknown: JohonnesChi of Section 35, Township 43 South, ation. pertaining. (c) Officers of the feder

fiction, three of which were writtenby Frederickscn and Mrs Johonnes I Range: 34 East: ally recognized National Guard, including -
Chi Fredericksen, his wife, if alive; W/2 of the SEU of the SE' the Adjutant General, shall
Mark Twain; Mrs. E. L. Stewart, E A. Crawford and Mrs. E." A. Crawford of Section 35, Township South, LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLOR- be appointed and shall be subject to

six Deference books on English his wife if alive: Edward A. Range 34 East; IDA: That the following amendmentof suspension discharge, removal or compulsory -
Crawford and Mrs. Edward A. Craw- Section 7 of Article X of the Constitution -
the NEV retirement as such solely on
EVi of the NEU
Cunningham of the State of Florida relating -
J. -
wife if alive B.
grammar. ford his ;
of Section 1. Township 44 South, the basis of military proficiency, char-
of homesteadsfrom
Several other persons in town and Mrs. B. J. Cunningham Range: 34 T ast: to the exemption acter and service, as, determined according -
Davideen, also taxation, be and the same is'
his wife if alive; John ,
I of the NEU of the NE'/ to regulations and
have offered to donate books to known as John Davidson, and Mrs. of W'/j Section 1. Township 44 South, hereby, agreed to, and shall be sub-, sanctioned army by law, anything in usages this
his wife if alive: J. mitted the electors of the Stateat
John Davidson,
the library. Anyone who, has booksto Range 31 East: Constitution to the contrary notwith-
and Mrs. J. P. Gllmore. General Election of
P. Gilmore ELF; of the NWIof the NE* the Represents tanding. (d) The qualification of of-
be given to the library may his wife If. alive: Glenn \V. Haven South atives in 1938, for approval or rejec-
of Section 1. Township 44 ficers and soldiers of the Federally
and Mrs. Glenn W. Haven his wife, tion; that is to say, that the said
notify a member of the faculty. Range: 34 East: Recognized National Guard shall be
and Mrs
if alive: Victor H. Haven Section 7 of Article X of the Con-
W% of the NWU of. the NE'. in
prescribed military
Arrangements will be made to,. call Oscar Victor Hildebrand H. Haven, and his Mrs.wife.Oscar if alive Hil-; i of Section 1, Township 44 South, stitution be amended so as to read as promulgated in accordance regulations with the

for them. debrand. his wife if alive; Abbie .Range 34 East; follows: general specifications of the U. S.
I Hise. if unmarried, divorced or a Eifc of the SWU of the NEl4 Every person who has the legal title War Department.
\ widow, and if married. Abbie -. of Section 1, Township 44 South, or beneficial title In equity to real The votes cast in compliance with
SPORT NEWS whose married surname is un- Range 34 East: property In this State and who resides said proposed amendments and the

Here I again anxious to I known, and -. her husband, W% of the SWU of the NE% thereon and in good faith makes canvass, declarations and returns
whose Christian and surname are of Section 1, Township 44 South, the same his or her permanent home, thereof shall be subject to the same
please, and to be pleased. And you both unknown, if alive: Fred W. Range: 34 East: or the permanent home of another or regulations and restrictions as are
to end ie"you Holm, also I known: as Fred W. Halm, \VVi of the NEU of the NWV others legally or naturally dependentupon provided by law for general 'electIons
will please me no and Mrs. Fred W. Holm, his wife> ; of Section 1, Township 44 South, said person, shall be entitled to in the State of Florida.IN .
will be here at the school grounds Olive H. Johnson, if unmarried, divorced l- Range 34 East: an exemption from all taxation, exceptfor
or a widow and if married, E1of the 'NWU of the NW>, assessments for special benefits, TESTIMONY WHEREOF
Friday afternoon at 4:30 to see Olive Ii -, whose married surname of Section 1, Township 44 South, up to the assessed valuation of !'ive I have hereunto set my
and boost the Tigers on to victory is unknown and -, her Range 34 East: Thousand Dollars on the said home hand and affixed the Great
husband, whose Christian and sur- E% of the SW1of the NW'% and contiguous real property, as defined (SEAL) Seal of the State of Florida -
against Moore Haven. Everyonewas name are both unknown if' alive; I of Section 1, Township 44 South. in Article 10. Section 1. of the i at Tallahassee, the Cap-
rather disappointed when the I Orin P. Kinsey and :Mrs. Orin P. Kin- Range 34 East: Constitution, for, the year' 1939 and ital, this the 30th day of
sey his wife If alive:: George: N.KIE'iri \VVa of the SEU of the NW1/ thereafter Said title may be held by July, A D., 1938.R. .
game was postponed last week be- and Mrs. George N. Klein, his of Section 1. Township 44 South, the entireties jointly, or in common A. GRAY.
cause of lack of uniforms whichis I wife; Martin Knutson and I. lI.1 Knut- Range 34 East; with others, and said exemption may Secretary of Sta e.
son his wife, If alive: A. J. KrM.ller! be and appear in the above entitled be apportioned among such of the
an extreme necessity, but I hope and Mrs A. J. Kreidlei. his wife If cause at the Court House for Hendry owners as shall reside thereon, as their .... ,
this game Friday will render you alive; Harold W. Landwehr and County Florida, at LaBelle. Florida, respective interests shall appear, but
Gladys Landwehr his wife, if aallveV. : on Monday the 7th day of November, no such exemption of more than Five i
satisfaction to the limit. his
B. Lang and Effie O. Lang;
1 !'I38. to answer the bill of complaint Thousand Dollars shall be allowed to
The line-up, still unavailable in wife; W. J. Luttrell and :Mrs. W. filed in sold canoe' vise the allegations anyone person or' any one dwelling

exactness, will have as captain', Lutlrell Manshardt, his and wife Mrs.John:if alive; E.John!.\I J'I of said bill of complaint will be take house, nor shall the amount of the not oniq SAFE
as confessed by the said defendants. exemption allowed any person 'exceed I
Munselle Stone and alternate shnrdt. his wife, if alive; Jennie .?
as divorced This order shall be published once the proportionate assessed valuation
if unmarried,
captain Jimmy Winn; J. D. Hooker Cullough.a widow and if married. Jenniewhose each week for four consecutive weeks I based on the interest owned by such
Is' in The Clrwiston] News, a newspaper person. The Legislature may prescribe I
married surname
Morris Ford, Owen Winn, Bo unknown-, mid -- her husband of general circulation published i In ,I appropriate and reasonable laws regu- ',1

Lolley, Harry Vaughn and G. M. whose Christian and surname are Hendry County. Florida lating the manner of establishing the
both unknown if alive: John McKenna DONE AND ORDERED this 5 day right to said ,exemption.A .
Waters, jr.;, in the back field; the and Mrs. John McKenna, his wife of October; 1938.

ends will be Bill Owen, Carol Red-I \If alive; F. M. Peacock and Airs. 1'-. (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL
1\1. Peacock his wife; Clyde Charles Clerk of the Circuit Court JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan
ish, Ed VonMach, Hervey Bourne, Peck and Mrs. Clyde Charles Peck, for Hendry County Florida. Amendment to Section 21 of Article

J. B. Brantley, Jim Holland, and I his wife if alive: lOdwin Penisten yndMrs. EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER, '3 of the Constitution of the State of
:rviwin ron'sten.' his wife 1 if Florida Relating to the Publication of
Carlton Prevatt; while Thomas 'live; W. H. Pontius, if alive: r.iiza- Solicitors Miami Florida.for Plaintiff.No. Notice of Intention to Pass Local or

Waldron, Billy Davis, and Sam V Brands P. Bobbin and M'J. Franc'* 158-Oct.. 7, 14, 21. 28. 1938. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS-
Lang will execute center position.The S. Robbins, his wife if HvCW.\ T. LATURE OF TIlE STATE OF FLOR-
cheer leaders have elected Robbins! and Mrs. W. J. Robbins hif : IDA: That the following amendmentto but PROFITABLE
wife, if alive: Fred O. Scott j.ndMobolle Section 21 of Article 3 of the Con-
head cheer leader Chris Bell, alternate I,. Scott, his wife: Charles'"eneft. IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OK Till stitution of the State of Florida as

head cheer leader. Billy : Sr.. and J\ rs. Charles] S"'nef. TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF amended at the general election In "here are several safe places for
''r.. his wife. if ,'lve.cr.t'! :,! G. THE STATE OF FLORIDA IN AND 1928, be, and the same is hereby agreedto
Hooker. The others are Gaudy Wat- hiolrls., If unmarried, (d'vori or FOR HENDRY COUNTY, FLORIDA and shall be submitted for ratifi- your savings..in a safe depositbox

ers, Junior Waters, Margaret Von widow, and if irarr'ed. ATn s Is G. cation or rejection by 'the qualified in government bonds, invested
'---, whoso married s"rnim District of Florida votingat
School electors of the State
Mach, and Dick Owen.; They will unknown and l -, her' hiipbatvl, No.7 Special, Hendry Tax County. Florida. ) the general election to be neld In here, etc. The principal difference'

wear blue and gold jerseys and I hr.th whose unknown.Christian If and alive surname Joseph are r. by and Through Its Proper ) November, A. D. 1938: that Is to say, is that HERE your savings earn a
Officers, 'the Members of the ) that Section 21 of Article 3 of the
the pep club members will have I Micrt I and Mrs. Joseph F SI(>IH'J't. County Board of Public In-' ) Constitution of the State of Florida generous profit for you... because '

blue sport shirts with gold trim and his wife Mis., H if ally L.inE'h. : H.J>tat'.)'. SIngl hh:: wif"tnrv. Hlruction of said County, )) shall be amended so as to read as they work constantly and profitably,

and lettering.A if alive: J. Lee Smith and Mrs J. THE STATE VS OF FLORIDA. ) follows: amply secured by many homes.
Lee Smith his wife if 'alive: SusanE. ) Section 21. In all cases enumeratedin
meeting was held Wednesdaynight Steidley if unmarried, divorced era Respondent. the preceding Section all laws
and the cheer leaders went widow and If married Susan E. PETITION TO VALIDATE BONDS shall be general and of uniform operation -
-, whose married surname is NOTICE throughout the State but in all Clewiston Federal
through their routine for their unknown, and -, her husban-t and Citizen of cases not enumerated or excepted In
To the Taxpayers
special guests, the Kiwanis Club whose Christian and surname arel I "Special Tnv School District No. 7. that Section, the Legislature may pass
I both unknown, if alive; Henry local laws, except as now
I County, Florida: special or and LoanAssaciafion
members. J. E. Beardsley demonstrated ring and Mrs Henry Starring, his Hendry or hereafter otherwise provided in the Savings
a yell to show how to get I wife, 'If live: Herbert :J. Taylor and I You and each of you are herebynotified Constitution! ; .PROVIDED that nol

perfect timing Coach Watufltld\ D,rs.Ive: lIil'bf'tt .Ji;\'p Taylor eke, all6,i hiss inerr1a4 wife Its } "aid County that tor" ,a petition by n-'r Sl'Ctjtl h s.nx. been tV (II.:r tiled 011nr f'ii ,)'\\1,1 t., or....y C 'o'ft' ebill'ihall t.1 >to I\\*'paised tfli\' nor IHt' I\" "" ...i'I
cads M.it' w' a \I" wtuwI 1U 'f t eHlb p.igtsU c triU"l I'f
Annovmceaient I oi\ sill'- 1 WhtU ft\U'Jt ljrn+EmM 1 p ItU '9\!' \ ,) eR lE.