The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00706
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 28, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00706
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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TIGERS WIN FIRST MRS. G. B. THOMAS p.-T. A. Hallowe'en Sugar Corporation Will

Carnival MondayA ',


community Hallowe'en Carnival .

BY SCORE OF 270Clewiston's S. W. TEACHER ASS'NMrs. will be held Monday night at

the tennis courts as the annual
Of Cane Next
,- Parent-Teacher Association benefit. Monday

Tigers clawed their G. B. Thomas, of the 'Clew----- The customary benefit dance viII -

way to four touchdowns and a 27-0 iston High School, was elected I not be given this: year.'

win over the Moore Haven team in president of the Southwest Florida The public is urged to attend, R. L. James Killed Sugar House Will Begin

the first six-man football engage- Teachers association at the convention costumed if possible and be on

ment for either team and believedto held Saturday in Fort Myers. hand at 7 o'clock for the grand 1
Operating Next
Near Moore Haven
have been the first interscholastic Mrs. Thomas has taught in the march, at which time all costumeswill I .

six-man game in South Florida. Clewiston school for several years be judged and prizes awarded

I The game was played on the Clew- and her selection as president of for the funniest and most original Day
R. L. Janies, of Pahokee
, iston field Friday afternoon, was the group is a tribute both to her A bingo game, fortune telling, Singer

called late and was ended by 'dark- ability and to the school. The as- cake walk, fish pond, food booths sewing, machine agent for the lake
region, was killed instantly Friday Cutting of cane for the 1938-39
, ness at the close of the third quart- sociation embraces schools in Char- and other attractions will be of- harvest
afternoon when his into will begin by laborers for
car ran
\ ere lotte Collier, Glades, Hendry and fered. A colored orchestra will furn-
one of the concrete bridges the United States Sugar Corpor-
; ,The ,Moore Haven sextet was obviously Lee counties. ish music for dancing on the cour'ts.No Moore Haven-Clewiston highway ation on its vast acreage in the

i: ,.r' nervous as the game got Superintendent S. A. Graves, item will be more than a dime three miles south of Moore Haven.Mr. Everglades Monday morning, October -

i.. 1---: under way, about five o'clock, and Principal B. E. Herring of .Cl vis- and everyone is urged to attend James was returning from a 31st. The sugar house at

: before they had calmed down the ton and Principal M. E. :Morrisonof and make 'the carnival a success.The business trip to Moore Haven when Clewiston will begin grinding oper-

Clewiston lads had carried LaBelle in P.-T. A. hopes to make the
over joined inviting the the accident occurred., There were ations the following day, with the

. for two touchdowns. A completed association to hold its next annual! carnival an annual Hallowe'en no witnesses, Charles W. Ryan and first carload of cane scheduled to

pass to Hooker accounted for the meeting in Hendry county, prefer- event. Vernon Bryant of Moore Haven be dumped into the hoppers at two

first tally and a long run by Stone ably in Clewiston. The' Association were the first passers-by, who saw o'clock Tuesday afternoon.An : .

carried over for a touchdown soon accepted the invitation, and the the damaged bridge and the car in abundant supply' of labor is

after the next kick-off. Try for 1939 meeting will: be held next fall U. S. ENGINEERS ARE the roadside canal. Mr. James' body,({ on ''hand to begin the operations,
the extra in each in Clewiston the definite date to
point was good with crushed skull, was found in a large percentage being laborers

instance. The Moore Haven line be decided upon ,later. It is expected the rear of the car. from previous seasons whose returnto

then stiffened and fought off any that Clewiston's new school NOW OCCUPYING NEW the sugar fields indicates their
The Ford car, with enclosed body
other invasion of their goal territory building will be completed at that satisfaction with working conditionson
was practically demolished by the
through the first quarter and time and that the. meeting can be sugar plantations in the Ever-
terrific impact, which tore off the
through the greater part of the held there. OFFICE BUILDING glades.
bridge concrete railing and jammedthe
second quarter but toward the close The Clewiston school was repre- motor back into the seat of the The corporation is starting the

of the half .Jas.Vlnn made a sented 100 _per cent at the meeting, States car. The accident occurred about harvest season with fine prospectsof
spectacular sixty-yard run for a I The United Engineers began -
as every, teacher was in attendance. a heavy yield of sugar and a
touchdown and Bourne 'caught a moving on Wednesday of ,this 4:30.Mr.
Several of them, including Mrs. James was well-known in high 'tonnage of cane per acre. It
pass for the extra point. The fourth Thomas, were not present at the week from the east wing of the Clewiston through his business with is considered by far the best crop
and final touchdown came in the Administration building where they
election of officers which occur- local customers. He is survived bya ver produced'in the history of the
closing minutes of the third quarter red immediately after lunch. have been quartered since the _be- wife, iof whom he was married industry in Florida.

when Hooker took a long pass I Chief speaker at the ,meeting was ginning of ,the OkeechobeeCaloosahatchee about a year ago. The sugar corporation employeeswill

from Stone and went on across Thomas D. Bailey of DeFuniak project into their beauti- number between 3500 and

without interference.The Springs, who is president of thy ful new office building which was 4000 next week when full crews of

Moore Haven_ team came Florida Educational association and recently completed on the reserva- Fr. Flynn SpeakerAt i ir field and mill laborers are returned -

near to scoring' on two occasionsbut is recognized as an expert in teacher tion between the warehouse and to the payroll.

were repulsed by the stronger and school problems. the hurricane gate. r Kiwanis Meeting I November first is the earliest

Clewiston line whenever danger I The new building is one of the
Asked to talk on the hazards of opening date of any harvest;: sea-
threatened. The two teams most attractive and substantial -
seriously (Continued on, page 8)
I son thus far and is two months
well matched and buildings in .Clewiston aI'.d.was.. ,constructed Father Lawrence J. Flynn, new
were on passing' ...,',-.- earlier than the date on whichrinding'
punting but on' the ground the Tigers under contract by' Chalkerand pastor: of St. Margaret's Church,

I 'were much more effective than Noted Tennis Player Lund of 'West Palm Beach in spoke to the Kiwanis Club Wednesday was usually begun earlyin
, the development of Florida'ssugar
I the Glades county aggregation, gain- 93 working days. Built almost :entirely evening on the topic, "Mak-

ing 198 yards in running plays to I' Will Speak Here' of concrete it is practically ing Real Christians and Real Am- industry.It .
is expected that the harvest
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17 for Moore Haven. I fireproof, windproof and termite- ericans Out of Our Youths.
season will continue for approxi-
A crowd of close to five hundredsaw proof. James A. Loftin was the Father Flynn's talk centered on
I this 'opening game and were Charles Harris, noted tennis amateur government inspector on the con- education, using the term in its mately six months, provided the

'v very enthusiastic over the stubborn will be guest 'speaker at the struction work. broadest sense to include the form-I government restrictions do not
, II ..r. fight put up by both teams and I Kiwanis meeting next week, and the The building is forty feet in ation of character as well as the hamper production.In ., ,
this connection, it is remem
the possibilities of the six-man i i Club invites all who are interested width and ninety-two feet long with acquiring of knowledge. The speaker -
bered that the secretary of agri-
j game as a real thriller. in hearing him to be present at the main entrance facing' east toward -' talked on "ability" and stability" applicable
culture has issued an order, -
,The Tigers will match their the meeting, which is a dinner the road leading from the as the new essentials of an
to the 1939-40 crop. The fol-
strength tonight against the newly meeting to be held next Wednesday highway 25 to the hurricane gate. educated person. Ability is the

organized Boca Grande team and evening at the Inn. Reservationsmay The walls are of concrete block power to do things and stability lowing information was issued by

are confident ,of adding another be made with A. W. Lawrence.Mr. construction with twelve and eight- means firmness and staunchness of the Agricultural explaining Adjustment the basis Administration -
victory in the West; Coast commun- Harris, residing now at West inch blocks being used. The outside purpose. '
I for determination of proportionate
e ity. Palm Beach, was for two years, finish is in Medusa white with a Ability without stability leads to

The following data was assem- ranking number 8 tennis player of three-coat stucco, job: Fluted win- ruin, said Father Flynn, who pointed -I shares for farms in the 'mainland 39
for the
the nation. He has represented the decorative effect out that state prisons today arc sugarcane area crop
bled on last Friday's game by the spandrels give a Act of
in the Sugar
scorekeeper: United States at Wimbleton and which eases the monotony of filled with men who lack stabilityin as

other English matches and in the plain white concrete walls. their character. Many of them 1938:
i First downs, Clewiston 5, Moore of
,The Sugar Act provides as one
French tournaments. In addition to The vestibule entrance is slightly are most capable and if they had
Passes Clewis-
Haven 3. attempted, to
of the conditions 'of payment pro-
being proficient at tennis, Mr. Har- recessed either side of been imbued with staunchness
I ton 9,' Moore Haven 9. Passes com- and on ducers of sugar beets and sugar-
would be in of high
; ris is considered purpose places
a most interestingand the walkway concrete retaining
L (Continue page 8) cane that the amount of sugar
entertaining speaker, and the walls have been filled with dirt and honor instead of being prisoners.
I local club feels that treat is in Father Flynn concluded with the beets or sugarcane grown on a
a will be
shrubs and grass planted.
: Oil ,Men Association farm and marketed (or processed)
,/ statement that it is the obligationof
I store for all who attend next :Wed Over the doorway in modernistic I
parents to inculcate good habits. shall not exceed the proportionate
; nesday.Mr. metal lettering is inscribed, "United
Is Organized Here Harris will be accompaniedto States Engineer Office." in the youth of today so that as i share of the farm, as estimated by

Clewiston by Cliff Savage, president To the left of the entrance in their stability increases ,their char-i the Secretary of Agriculture, of the
acter will be' strong enough to turn quantity required: to be, processedin
of the West Palm Beach
Hendry County Oil Men's :Association Ten- the south wing is located the main estimated
fill the
nis Club, who was instrumentalin I their knowledge, to useful purposes. any area to
consisting of terminal oper- office and in the extreme south and provide a normal carryover -
ators, wholesale and retail oil dealers securing the guest speaker for end of the ,building, beyond the I I quota

] and their employees of Clew- the Kiwanians. main office are two private of-i Crochets To Move According inventory.to the determination,

; iston and Hendry County met at fices, one of which will be occupied i the 1939 proportionate share for

! the City Hall on Tuesday. I Low Prices QuotedOn by Carawan Nelson, engineer Into New HomeMr. any grower will be 75 per cent of

; The local group is affiliated with in charge of the office. Immediately I the 1938 proportionate share of

j similar associations of oil men in in front of the entrance is a -
1 Beans This WeekThe I 100 per cent of the \Acreage measured -
I each of the state's sixty-seven coun- room which will be used for clerical and Mrs. Sidney L. Crochetare for harvest under the 1938

ties, and the Florida Petroleum In- I files, a thin partition dividingit planning to move sometime next program,
: dustries Committee, which is the from the smaller drafting room week into their new home at the mainland
bottom dropped out of the whichever is lower, but, in no eventis j
: ; public relations office of the Industry price on Bountiful beans the first (Continued on page eight) corner of Crescent Drive and Date the proportionate share to be in \.

: in this state. It was explained of this week and many growers, Street which is being completedthis of 60 per cent of the crop-
: that the chief purpose and particularly those who are givinga Miss Montgomery I week. land on the farm found suitablefor

: j main objective of the organization share of the crop for rent, would This new home is one. of the the production of sugarcane

1 1 was to secure fair and equitable not pick this week at the quoted Resigns As Teacher! finest and most modern homes in during the 1938 crop season. Exceptions -
t for Florida the city and is one of the first
taxes and legislation
; price. The bulk of the bean crop are made, however, for
j, V motorists and those engaged in in this area is not quite ready for built here to employ tho pew typeof the small and new producers. A mini-

1 supplying their needs. It is a non- picking :yet and growers are hope- At a special meeting of the Hendry architecture which combines proportionate share of 5 acresis

e'1 cost cooperative group, functioning ful that the cool weather of the County Board of Public Instruc- Jou1'and garage under the same mum established and for farms having

: on a non-partisan and nonpoliticalbasis. past few days will have tendency, tion, held October 18th, the resignation roof.The 30 acres or less, suitable for the
small ves-
to raise the prices by cutting out of :Miss Mary Montgomeryas entrance is a of sugarcane, they proportionate -

t i Officers are as follows: J. A. sections along the Atlantic Sea-' a teacher in the Clewiston High tibule which opens into the spac- production share may: equal one-

j McGehee, Standard Oil Co., Clew- board which are still shipping. School under date of October 11th, (Continued o'n Page 4) third of such acreage, 'or ten acres.

;j ( iston, chairman; F. D. Duff, Gulf Other varieties of beans were re- was accepted.Mrs. having more than 30
For farms
Oil Corp, Clewiston, first vice chair- ported to be doing better on price, Beatrice Anthony, of St. ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION suitable for the productionof

11 man; H. E. O'Brien, Standard Oil Glen H. Williams selling Stringless Petersburg, was appointed to fill SPONSOR :MOVIES: AT ,SCHOOLA acres sugarcane, the minimum pro-

Co., LaBelle, secretary. Blacks at $1.10 a hamper the firstof the vacancy created by Miss Mont share is established at
J Legislative Committee: F. D. the week. gomery's resignation. moving picture program, portionate one-fourth of the

1\ Duff, chairman; J. A. McGehee, Some cabbage is being replantedthis "Black Beauty," two comedies anda 10 acres in plus excess of the 30 acres,

(Continued on Page 4) week but the acreage is smallin MONTGOMERY TO BUILD : short musical feature will be giv- acreage there has been plowed
.., ,., at the school building Friday provided
I comparison to past years and en leguminous crop immedi-
under a
I f APPLE DISTRIBUTIONA while a few peas have also been J. E. Beardsley announces the evening, November 4th, at 7:30 to and in preparationfor
planted, further planting is expected -I sale of Lot 22 in Block 450 on for the benefit of the Athletic As- ately the 1938 fall planting of sugar-

i A WPA ,food truck will distribute to be slow unless prices show Pacific Avenue toVJ.. A. Montgomery sociation of the high school. area equal to the additional -

t \ apples to Clients in Clewiston at some advance. The pea crop, ac- a'sugar corporation employeewho Tickets are 10 and 25 cents, and cane on an acreage allowance from

,,I -0(1 10:00 Friday morning, October 28, _cording to authorities will be plans to begin Immediate construction the students urge everyone to co- alternative basis of calculating

1,1\ \. 1 Clients should ,bring food card and about one-third what It has beenin of ra. new $2500 homeon operate in making their benefita this (Continued on page four)
\ the athletic fund.
bag, past seasons. the location real help

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I.- IMPROVEDUNIFORM nn It's,:Not Well for Authors The Cattalo

HEALTH INTERNATIONALSUNDAY To Review Own BooksIn A cattalo ,is bred from domestic, Wise and Otherwise $
cattle and buffalo. The name cat- "Poor English destroys
1 talo was given by CoL,, C. J, Jonesto charm" says a writer. "I
the Quarterly Review of January hybrids between bison bull and seen" and "he done" are had

Well compensated heartis Lesson I I 1817, appeared a review of domestic cow, which he had in glamour.
O f .... lAINUWUIS'lO. "Tales of My Landlord," In which Dodge City, Kan. However, before Even after they've built all
favorable to long life de- Dean of The Moody Chicago.Bible Instituteof I that work was severely handled, 1843, near Lexington, Ky., these big dams for electricity'

actual to Western Newspaper Union. the reviewer complaining .that "in such crosses were made by' a' Mr. schemes, the greatest water
spite damage organ. these tales probability and per- Wickliffe. power is still a woman's tears.

W. Barton Lesson for October 30 spicuity of narrative are sacrificed Recently this type of animal has' Jealousy is egotism-but so is
By Dr. James '
with the utmost indifference to a been developed at the experimental indifference.

PERSONAL RIGHTS AND WHERE desire of producing effect. :Againstthis station near Wainwright, Alber Funny how the man who
YOU may be rejected for in- THEY END slovenly indifference we have ta. The purpose of the Canadian saves for a rainy ,day usually :

because of heart already remonstrated, and we government is to produce a sturdy gets soaked by the tax collec- ,
disease, yet the examining phy- LESSON TEXT-Eccleslastes 2:1-3.10.11; again enter our protest." type of cattle for farmers in the tor.As "

sician states that there is no Romans 6:17.23; 14:21. ? Lockhart attributed the article'to Canadian West, where ordinary ,they might say in the

why should not live, Shall GOLDEN we continue TEXT-What In sin shall that we grace say then may I Erskine but it was included cattle could not stand the cold or movies, girls with bent pins, ij
reason you abound-Romans 6:15. the 1935 edition of Scott's collected find their own forage in winter. won't catch big fish. '\
for a number of years because works, and John Murray recorded The hide resembles that of the The world's worst paying jobs
your heart is well "compen- "Personal liberty"-what endless i that the manuscript'was in Scott's buffalo, the meat that of beef cat- minding other people's busi-

sated." misuse was made of that expressionin i own handwriting throughout. tle.-Natural History. ness.
the days when men seeking the
What is meant by "compen-
right to again flood this country with
sation," where actual heart intoxicating liquors were attacking Changing Titles certain persons who were inter- The' Charter Oak I
disease is present, or has at prohibition. One would think that ested in the work as a classic would
time in the past done some of our political leaders and Samuel Goldwyn recently received resent very much'such an alter- The famous Charter oak at
some the our newspaper editors would blush a letter from a Mrs. C. M. ation. Hartford, Conn., blew down in a
to '
permanent damage for shame when they see what has Edgarly, of Menston, near Leeds, Mr. Goldwyn, ever interested in light gale' on August 21, 1856.
heart? now been accomplished in the name England. "It has been brought to persons interested.in: classics, lost Pieces of the'wood were made into

A heart with good compensationis of personal liberty. ; my attention as secretary of the, no time in answering.. "To me," gavels, picture frames and chairs.A .

when the heart is able to pump My liberty ends, as someone has Bronte society wrote Mrs. Ed- he assured her, "changing the title seedling of the Charter oak
blood out of its well said, where yours begins. I ; garly in irate dignity, "that it is of 'Wuthering 'Heights' would stands in the Israel Putnam Me-

chambers as fast as have the personal liberty to swing proposed that the forthcoming'film", betas: silly as having called 'David morial camp ground at Redding,
blood flows into my arms as far as the tip of your production of Emily Bronte's storyof Copperfield' something like 'Brit- Conn., and ,there is another descendant -

<- i4 c them. Just as long nose, but there my liberty ends. All 'Wuthering Heights' shall be ish Boy Goes to Town.' Or per- in Bushnell park, Hart-
1 tceY r> as it doesn't get behind of life is, and necessarily must be i entitled 'He Died for Her.' The haps, it comes to ,us as an after- forcL Numerous other descendants ,f)

. J in pumping built on that, principle. For the letter didn't end there. It wenton thought, ,as calling 'Resurrection' may be foundmConnectIcut. One
blood out 'as fast as Christian there is an even higher to say'that the society wouldn't something 'like 'We Live Again.' : was planted near the Lincoln memorial -

it comes in it is con measure of responsibility-his relationship -I stand for such a thing and that -Stage Magazine. I Washington, D. C.
sidered a well compensated to God and his consequentheart

4 heart and interest in the welfare of his

there is no immediate fellow men.

L danger. Our Scripture portions for today r UY

.. We see individuals : present a sharp contrast. Man

Dr. Barton rejected for insur- without God, but with every earthly \ b /: 13 x a> $sN' 1 .: J1 Y''.y+ iaYf,1y
ance who have en- advantage is pictured in Ecclesiastes -

larged hearts, hearts with leaking in his fruitless search for real

valves and some with a certain degree joy. Then man as the glad bond ," n/F'f1CudS Jay "Mhsilr'vf :.;H...rT'r 0'.YNFa ..:Q: /s..J?w.h'j-i.;..YiQUALIrF%/ ,4'. :$.

of irregularity, and yet there slave of Jesus Christ is spoken ot

are no symptoms of heart disease in Romans as'truly free, and joyfulI.

present-shortness of breath, early The,Way of Emptiness and Dis %
fatigue, swelling of the feet. appointment (Eccles. 2:1-3 10. 11))
What will happen to these individ- / -;/ ;
do not sat-, 1F110V1
uals should they lose some of this 1. Physical pleasures
"compensation" and begin to have isfy (Eccles. 2:1-3)). Men who have "

breathlessness on slight exertion, tasted the distress and disappointment I

and tire very easily? Does this of life are prone to think that

mean that they may collapse and if they only had all the money they
wanted, and an opportunity to par
pass away within a short 'time? COST
No. These symptomsbreathlessness take of life's "thrills" they wouldbe
happy. Solomon had everythingHe
and early fatigue-are prompt
warnings that the heart is unable to deliberately set himself to prove

do the amount of work it has been the pleasures' of this world. He

doing and requires one of two meth: planned to "enjoy" intoxicants-do ?
ods of help. It may be stimulatedto I Ing it "with wisdom"-that is, not

drive the blood out of its chambers in a drunken debauch that would i 1 II

by means of digitalis or other bring remorse. Note it, you who
heart stimulant, or the individualby advocate the moderate use of alcohol

doing less work, resting more ] (whatever that may be) Solomon

does not ask the heart to do as much I ,found it to be only vain empti 3

work and the heart is able to do ness. (See Prov. 23:31: 32.) S
this smaller amount of I work with- i 2. Pleasures of. the mind do not
out difficulty. satisfy (Eccles. 2:10, '11). Solomon frJ
sought real joy in labor, in accomplishing a
Compensation Be Regained.In .
worthy ends. There is a
the clinic of Drs. Burton E.
satisfaction in work well done, but
Hamilton and Carl A. Schuck Boston .
that joy is only lasting when the
Lying In Hospital recordedin
as doing of the work is for the glory of
Medical Clinics of North Amer-
i God. Work for its own sake-yes,
ica, the "double" method of regain-
; even wisdom for its own sake (Ec.cles.
ing compensation for heart that is '
1:12-18)-is) not enough to satisfy
beginning to fail is used. This
the soul of man. The great
that the patient is at
means put
poet Goethe, who set himself to en- '
complete rest in bed (which is often 'I .zl
joy the higher pleasures of life-art,
all that is needed) and the use of
science, and literature-came to his
heart stimulants. Excess water in
:seventy-fifth year to testify that he H'I
the tissues and circulation is
removed -
i had "never had four weeks of genuine -
during the treatment. The
pleasure." Satisfaction is not
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toms are present it may safely be friends and members ,of their fami: auto radios.
called migraine. Toe Highest quality .,

"Competent observers have con- lies.The principle stated in Romans ;i 'S O TOday. at lowest cost. -
sidered the migraine syndrome 14:21 should govern all of our ac
(group of symptoms) to be due to tions. Paul was speaking of meat

disturbances of the eye, large in- I offered to idols, which he could have ".r e$ton e SPARK PLUGS
Here if a battery that hat been designed for
especially your
testine liver '
stomach, intestine, to eaten with a clear conscience.
Butif need and it will take you through the hardest winter. Built ,: Install
poor mental adjustment to life, and he ate it someone else would be with the Firestone Patented Allrubber Separators, it will Save 10,5 on your gasoline. .. -
Plugs "''
of Firestone Spark \
other conditions." .tart your car 35%quicker. a new set -1"
caused to stumble and he \
was rather Ask for our "Changeover" Price today.
The clinic, after observations ofa willing to do without it as long as

large series of unselected cases, he lived. One wonders 'what would \
believes that some cases are due to happen in the Christian world ii Listen to THE FIRESTONE VOICE OF THE YARNLhtaa to THK VOICK OF naK.TONIC and the 70-ptece f estu rln liuchard 1
Speaks "trelton.
Crooks and Margaret \
Interviews with the Champion: Farmer. of America featuring
eye conditions, others to disturb- every professed follower of Christ Everett Mitchell.Twice Meekly during the noon hour. Consult Symphony Orchestra, under the directfonNof Alfred wf'Uen.telD. .' ,"
ances of liver or other organ. and t j would thus evaluate not only the TOUT local paper for the station, day, and time of broadcast Monday evenings over the :.
others to allergy. I use of intoxicants but also his. every
O Ben SYD.d1eate.-WNU Servlct. ,1 personal habit.

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Communism 1938 .
I I a

; I the HOUSE !' ,to the Housewife, .: 1m elements wwriruj with the

: n' ire a American Communism I VrtH wetteret
J I Keep Screens From Rusting-- Picture Cords.-Picture hang- 'W
of 1938 is less Window screens, rubbed over with ings should always be concealed. by angry gods.

red-bearded than a kerosene when'they are put awayin Cords and wires invariably spoil But gee it looks to
decade ago, more- autumn, will'not' be found rust- the effect. All pictures should be

., < pslr.:4: i'tiSF'/Av ?! .f .., ., over 'is.a. far less ed when wanted next. summer: hung flat, not tipping forward. me.fc.5 iF
threat. : to national sec ,f Very large ,frames must be hungon The elements :/
rity 'than popularly Improving Ham.-Half a cup cords or fine wires from the have all the. V .J 7
'Qt supposed. But this' each of vinegar and brown sugar molding. The square or rectangular -

does not minimize its added to the water in which you picture should be hung with odds. ,.
v i: are boiling a ham will greatly im- two parallel wires. I\CC."fC"} /" /, /.
: > ,>}, importance in the!* prove the flavor. r

A American scene, as Inexpensive Sheeting. Un- w
i ; kN }<
shown currently by Pads Under Rugs.Accordingto bleached sheeting wears longest,
the Dies congressional the U. S. bureau of standards, and bleaching is not necessary be- /
J committee's linings or pads prolong the life of cause the muslin whitens gradu-

-- % : a, pA y investigation. To visit rugs and carpets almost one-half. ally with repealed laundering. WNU Service.
''& iLt,I +rF Cf: 't
: : F: 4 the stronghold of this
;yf.l M1 4 Hy party, one goes _.._._..__.......------ Your Health
}'s s through the door at May

,., the left, seeing first Jlsk Me Another, Depend on Your Teeth CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

a portrait of Lenin.
s A General Quiz
$ ,An Editorial by C. Houston Goudiss
.. u as8P
The reason why some men and
droi .cwaw..c The Questions in their middle look
., women years
:1.,R ,,. y..w.q 14a, ww.Kr SOILESS FARMINGNEW
and feel younger today than their

1. Why is money sometimes parents,,did at the same age, is
called lucre? because they have learned some- SOILESS FARMING. Toiless. cheap,
forget drought; 3,000 bushels potatoes acre
li 2. What county in the, United thing of the importance of caring possible. Excellent for flowers. Particu-
States is large enough to embracethe properly for their teeth. In recent Jars ING FREE.ASS'N, 255i HYDRO.Woodson-CHEMICAL, St. Louis FARM-Mo.
states of New Hampshire, New years, dentists have discoveredthat !

Jersey, Delaware, and Rhode Island sound teeth are in, truth a
? passport to good health, and that SoOTHEsrroaBURNSSM.OROLINE
3. How did "chicken a la king" there is as close a relationship be-
come to be so called? tween healthy teeth and healthy t!

4. Do the, Chinese worship their bodies as between .decayed teeth SNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY
ancestors? and sickly bodies.Unfortunately .

1 J ro.v.J 5. What city in Europe is, saidto however, only a
be built on bones? small ,percentage of our 'population Encroaching Zeal

6. What is the highest temperature is yet aware of the farreaching Zeal is very blind, or badly reg-
ever recorded in the United effects 'of. teeth upon health, ulated, when it encroaches upon

f:.. d/. ; States, ? and a distinguished scientist is so the rights of others.-Pasquier
disturbed over our national ignor- Quesnel.
Communism's headquarters are in an unimposing Nero York ance in this ,respect that he has

building on Union square, where the party's ranking officers preside, The Answers said that unless' this trend is reversed -

where communistic literature is published, where one may buy the course of human evo-
buttons and emblems. In the same neighborhood is the national 1. It comes from the Latin lution will lead downward to ex-

Socialist party, bitter rival of the "hammer and sickle" fraternity. "lucrum," meaning gain. tinction. That statement is no
2. San Bernardino, Calif. exaggeration. For it would be
Above in Communism's where stored
files headquarters
: are pamphlets
3. It is claimed this dish was EASE
difficult to over-estimate the influ-
on party, labor, war and other subjects.
peace first Edward
prepared by VII, ence of the teeth on human health ;
king of England, according to his and happiness.For .

own recipe. many years I have endeav-
4. They do not consider them as ored to explain that a neglected

deities, but reverence them. tooth-which soon becomes a de-

y.yC4t' :%.. +? 5. Leningrad, because so many cayed tooth-is a poison factory, PAINof
y gip: ; 9,?(9iu'c,:+-' laborers lost their lives in the dif- distributing its noxious productsto

,N r'4 h... % R : %?0/ .r '
i l.i. i. :: rt. 'dr
sc ;l ri+'n piles. may lead indirectly to neuritis,
6. .The,:highest temperature recorded rheumatic ailments, dyspepsia,
in the shade .in the United
F' and other obscure complaints.In .
," r '.?, States was at Greenland Ranch, many of the "WHAT TO EAT Rheumatism, Neuritis
wxlFi ,
Calif., 134 degrees Fahrenheit. AND WHY" articles, which have

appeared in thisnewspaper over_ Neuralgia QuicklySIMPLY

my signature, I have endeavoredto r
point out the close relationship
Vavotltl2 J2I2ClptZO between diet and dental disease; GET BAYER ASPIRIN-

I,i //%{, b yE.,:' frr ,t' sv 1. yyyt Y 5jr tayZ.,.r'FO : ''%;iYyYi'?' %'Gt Y<' : between frequent and thorough FOLLOW EASY DIRECTIONS BELOW

., ,45,?,id'ti;., ,r. thl2 QeL- brushing of the teeth with an efficient
1. fr0 dentifrice so as to'remove all

).r., food particles, and strong, beauti-
ful teeth.
CAKE As a result of these articles, I

have received many letters, show-
s,4 cup shortening 3 tsp. baking powder ing that homemakers are eager
l'/2 cups sugar \\ tsp. salt
8 egg yolks =i cup cold water for. sound, authoritative advice on
.... 1"Mother" 2Y2 cups cake flour 1 tsp. vanilla extract the proper care of the teeth. To
-1' tsp. almond extract help these and other readers how

of American Communism is Ella Reeve Bloor (left), Cream the shortening. Add to properly care for their teeth, I
I who teas the daughter of "a rich old Republican," who began her sugar gradually. Beat the egg have prepared a booklet on-

career as a follower of Eugene Debs. Since' then she has known yolks light. Add to the creamed "BUILDING AND PLANNING

picket lines from coast to coast, has been through some of industry'si shortening and sugar. Add the HEALTH" which I am offering
dry, ingredients alternately with FREE, because I feel so stronglythat
i bitterest strikes. General secretary 0/ Communism is Earl Browder the liquid. Beat in the flavorings.Bake this information should be in

i f (right), who not only maintains This organization, but strives to in a large greased sheet'pan every home, knowing as I do, that rr
I win new members. When not out of New York he lives in Yonkers at 350 degrees for 40 to 50 min- the salvation of the human race
I Ii with his Russian tvife and their three children. utes, or bake in 2 large layer may lie in saving their teeth. 1. Take 2 Bayer 2. You should feel
Aspirin Tablet with relief very quickly.If
. I pans. a full slasa of water pain la unusually
Cover with a seven-minute frost- the moment you feel severe repeat ac-
either rheumatic cording to directions,
a or
ing; decorate with orange sec- Uncle PhiIizyi jieuritle pain coming
tions and coconut. on.
I I aa3aw'S Yil1 f ake.Mr? fllEp 3rrt I iltYtl .'f f.Cr,aNY. a 9 To relieve pain of rheumatism or
"' 9t neuritis quickly, try the Bayer
i's I o.+:xei'wrl + Speed of BaseballKen : Aspirin way-shown,above.
\ ? ? : ; .M;7L w.. :' : $ ( r h People everywhere say resultsare
says: According to Dr. remarkable. Yet Bayer Aspirin
I Coleman R. Griffith of the Univer- It's ThemThe costs only about one cent a tablet,
;I sity of Illinois, some pitchers are Up which makes the use of expensive
able to throw a baseball at an ini- people who are always at "pain remedies" unnecessary.If .
i i tial speed of 120 feet a second. war with themselves are generally this way fails, see your doctor.
\ I : An average fast ball travels about looking for a flag of truce.A He will find the cause and correctit.
88 feet second the time While there ask him about taking -
a making hard thing to learn is how to
Bayer Aspirin to relieve these
from.the pitcher's hand to the bat- be stubborn for what is good for pains. We believe he will tell you
i iI 4 kI ter approximately a half second. there is no more effective, more de-
Most out-curves are slow balls us.A bird in the hand is vulgar. pendable way normal persons may
\ I that travel not more than 60 feeta use.
\ Use a knife and fork. '/e w.;;.;:.
I \ second. When you buy. -.! "
; Measurement of golf ball travel, As They Sow- \ always make sure -=

I. .I .I when the ball is hit by a driving The people who raise objections you get genuine! ,' .
(,. :I machine set for a 250-yard drive, are pretty sure of a big crop. AY Aspirin. /

: I L reveals that the ball speeds 214.28 'He who borrows your books, ICCIJ e )
' :) .r:4'i :! C \ t feet per second over a distance of reads them. FOR 12 TABLETS .. .
I i I .1' L i s91.2f%' r 14 inches, beginning 7 inches after Some men's ;nautical experienceis 2 FULL DOZEN 25c '
; 'i" *c- 4 'eI contact with the clubhead. confined to hard-ships.


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: i iI Communists make much fun .

I I of the Dies investigation, which ''Y
: I II attempted to show America was
I : undermined by this menace.

I Ii i When the committee moved from r

\ Washington to New York, pretty

girl communists chilled congress. Pepsodent ALONE all tooth powders
men for believing a charge that
contains marvelous Irium
\ Shirley Temple teas innocently
Il' r
J supporting Communism. When 0 'means business I..This wonder ...and Pepsodent with Irium will polish U
1\\ ful new fast-action cleansing agent brings teeth to a dazzling radiance!
their pictures taken ardent
'I\\\4.\\ are remarkably quick results 1 Pepsodent can help YOU win a naturallyIriummakesshortworkofsurCacesta ;, "
Communists give the salute, as ns brighter smile I It's fast thorough a' "
\ \ did Benjamin Sobel (left) when on tooth enamel. Irium helps Pepsodent ..SAFE in its action on teeth. Contains '" <'
he told the Dies committee Tooth Powder to brush away these stains NO BLEACH, NO GRIT!Try it....TODAYI'
\ about his 'Pepsodent'f trade nark for It. brand of Purified AJJcyl SulftteIRIUM
service with Spain'. ; _. is

I loyalist, army.
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lissionary Society of the Baptist I the roof is of asbestos cement -

The Clewiston News I OBoth the season teams played for either a nice school.game: t ion Services every Sunday: I (;Jhurch met Tuesday' afternoon at shingles and the outside walls'
of white brick veneer.
t he church. are
and made a creditable showing in Sunday, School, 9:45 a. m.,

: in Clewlstor, this first encounter. Half of the E. Herring, Supt. t Mrs- E. L. Hayes, program chair- -,
Florida Published, by every the Friday CLEWISTON NEWS, game was played prior to the foot- Morning Worship 11:00. SerI nan, gave a very interesting talk Sugar CorporationContinued :

IDC. ball game and the last half be- mon by the Pastor. (>>n the work of the society. Mrs.

I. tween the halves of the football B. Y. P. U. 6:15 p. m., V.. C. ]German Davis spoke briefly ,on the
KEATHLEY BOWDEN, Editor I I Woodward, Director. ubject; of the Jews In foreign lands. ( from vage one)
game. I
Evening Preaching 7:30 p. m. and Mrs. Fred the proportionate share.
II I I Line-ups were as follows: Clew- Mrs. J. Hjolland 'sections
the' different -
Reports from :
Sermon by the Pastor. circle chairmen -
Zena appointed
Wethington, Topper were
matte Renee
Entered a.a second class mall : iston: mainland
February 1, 1927. at the Post Office tn i I Belie Pullen, Marie Robbins, June Midweek Service every Wednes- and the society will be divided of the sugarcanearea
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act ol'' Betty Bailey, Violet Bethea, day at 7:30 p. m. I; into two circles which will meet indicate that with a normal
March 3, 1897.Sub8crlption I the already planted -
yield on acreage
Edna Leiter, and Margaret Von- The public is cordially invitedo together on Tuesday following the'ourth
Mach. Substitutions were Elizabeth attend all our servicIEN'S ,. Sunday of each month.It this year for the 1939 crop twillbe and
note $2.00 ,Per Year. on the ratoon acreage which
Pafford, Thelma Ricks announced that the pastor,
Advertising Rotes On Application. Winn, Ann was harvested in 1939! the 1939: sug-
and Alma Anglin. Moore Haven: :\ EllBLE CLASS Rev. Marshall Mines, will conduct I ar production, together with the
Mary Anna DuBose, Roberta Foy, Every man is invited to come to a study class on Tuesday and Wed- estimated of from
carryover sugar
Devoted to the advancement and welfare Wanda Fern Vorhees, Betty Stalls, :Sunday School this Sunday morning ,- u sday afternoons, November 1st
1 the 1938 would result without
and Hendry County crop
of Clewiston ,
Nell Swindall, Margaret Yoder, at 9:45 at the Baptist, church ind 2nd at 3:30. The course will I limitation in a total supply in excess -

p- Rhuselle Varnadoe and Mac Mc- to join in the organization of a 36 on the Women's Missionary' So-. of the quantity required to

",,toy r.. !ml I nJ1 lmmm!fi lm! uG mllimlliiill iG >IIlmm!! !iI I !llmlm iV! !!hltm!! Ilroy.. Moore There Haven.were no substitutionsfor lien's elowship Bible of Class.men and If you if you like enjoy the iety ind promises book, "The to be Why.very interesting.and How" fill normal the 1939 carryover quota inventory.and proyide" "a

Both the Moore Haven? and Clew-: ;;ood plain Bible teaching. then Present at Tuesday's meetingwere .
SCHOOL NEWS iston teams deserve a great deal ome: out Sunday morning. Brother Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot: 1Irs.I

of credit for their work in organ- Mines will teach the class. W. C. Broaderick, Mrs. E.. M. Cor- L. B. MershonAGENT

Editor ._.-........._....... Bill Owen izing and learning the game and ----- nette, Mrs. Herman Davis, Mrs. Glen

Ass't Editor ........ J. D. Hooker making such a creditable' showingin THE WORLD CAN'T, GET Etherton, Mrs.: John Elmore, .Mrs

Sports Editor ........_._ Dick Owen their first match.It -. LONG WITHOUT ME" J. Holland, Mrs. B. E. Herring, New York Life

is hoped that we will play That's\ the sermon topic for the I Mrs. E. L. Hayes, Mrs. McMillan,

1mm illlmmm! lmmimI! 91! Il!!GIf]! IIIJ!!! If m I mlf II m l I'lIililllil'!I !I I!! mIJm! lIpr i II or again Belle today Glade.either with South Bay Sunday our world morning? Have message.you seen What the is I Mrs.Mines,L.Mrs.C. C.Miller Nelson, Mrs.,,' Mrs.Marshall R. C. Insurance, FLORIDA CompanyARCADIA I

First Grade world? Has the world seen you? Nowling, Mrs. C. W. Simmons, Mrs
Smith absent twc ? Can the world get Vowell, Mrs. A. O.
was Vhat are Mrs. C.
Bobby you
days: this week on account of illness pllll i [fd 1i W lgill I! !!;rn I illIlillIlrnll! !OOmilillIlffi!! 1 along without, you? What are you I Thomas Ward and, Mrs.: Sam Young.

but is now back with us. I going about the world, anyhow? I l
Bonnie Jean Swindall enrolled l [This is a message for those who I I Crochets To Move- I -

this week in the first grade. We L Churches ;LI ove the Lord and it is hoped that
attend the Sun- Good FarmLand
are glad to have her. a large number will ---- '

Second Grade.:-- mood Lay morning service. (Continued from page one)

The second grade will have a I illI'I.I UI' J l I i i r. '. iI! III OO I f I'l lf' ious 16 x 21 living room, the
Hallowe'en party at four o'clock 'A BOTTLE OF SMOKE"That's walls of which are finished in a .

Friday afternoon in Miss Steinholtz' I ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH the sermon subject for natural color select western knotty
Father Lawrence J. Flynn, Pastor. .
I Here'sloping window is a French -
room. Sunday evening at 7:30. pine. The only
Sixth Grade-- you'll be curious enough to window in the front, 8 x 5. An I for Rent

Did You Know Sunday morning at ten-thirty ome: see what it's all about. opening in the northwest corner
mass will be sung by priest dining I .
That we have a room our own high ----- of this room leads into
? and choir. A composition entitled SPECIAL MUSIC THIS SUNDAY: ]room 'which is also finished as the

now That Miss Congdon is our teacher ';; "The Mass of St. Anthony of Pa- Our choir is getting into full I J living room in knotty pine. Both I ....
dua" wil be rendered by a mixed have oak floors screw-
? swing and we have a fine program I these rooms
adult choir, and the pastor will E. into place. The din-
That our English and geographybooks for this Sunday. Mrs. G. I ed and pegged
are here sing the Gregorian chant. The com- Etherton will sing "I am Satisfied I :Ing room is 10 x 12. French doors

That Gilbert Carmouche, one of munion hymn is "Oh Lord, I am with Jesus" for a Sunday morning ,open from the living room on the TrespassersWill

our members, has been confined to Not( Worthy that Tou Shouldst solo and the choir will render a east end of the back wall onto a

his home because of a seriously Come to Me." beautiful hymn in a new arrange- 10 x 12 screened back porch with Be

sprained ankle? Mass in St. Mary's Church, Pa- ment. Sunday evening we have a a concrete, tile-effect floor.A .

That Mars Carlisle has gone fora hokee, is at eight o'clock. grand choir hymn "Awakening door opening off the east end ProsecutedClewiston.
heard on Saturday -
few months? Confessions are Chorus". This is a well known selection of the living room leads into the
from 7:30 until 8:30 I
(: evenings and the choir is hoping that circular hallway at either end of .
SPORTS rand on the eve of First Fridays. many will be present to hear their which are two 12 x '14 bedrooms. ..
and Holy Days at the Same hour.uiner
Rv Dick Owen I .. .. rendition of it. Between these two rooms and open-
Weren't it good? _I mean the times: oy request.Religious ; ing on the hallway is the, bath /
instruction for
football game in which we played MUSIC CLASS ANNOUNCEDRev. ,which is finished in yellow tile 'with
at nine
each Saturday morning
all, a score ren containing the
Moore' Haven. After ----- a blue trim and

. of 27-0 isn't so common even in o'clock.Meeting of the Altar Boys' So- Marshall Mines, pastor of latest in bathroom. fixtures. I Realty And ;

high school football. Both teams Saturday mornings at ten the local Baptist church, 'announced The kitchen is on the west end I I '

played a good game, especially our ciety o'clock. this week that he would conduct a I of the house opening off the dining -'\I DevelopmentCorporation'

boys, who played a grand passing Next Tuesday is the Feast of All music study class to meet each I room and is 10 x 11 feet. Off
attack, marching across those'strip- Saints, a holy day of obligation. Thursday evening, at 7:30 at the I I the south end of this room is the :

ed lines at eachend of the field Mass- in St. Margaret's will be at Baptist church. No knowledge of 6 x 10 breakfast room and 'a door-

four times. The next game here 7:30 a. m. and in Pahokee at 9:30 music is required to join and mem- way leads from this room into the

will be November 4th when we I The Feast of All Saints is the bership is not limited to members garage which'is 10 x 21 feet. -

play, and maybe beat, Fort Myers a. m. which Holy Mother Church of the Baptist church. Everyone is The foundation is of poured 'concrete- .\
High. Be sure to come! day: on toattend and study the
I I especially honors those unknown invited
Our first game is over; our second ,whose elements of music. This is not a I I
is coming, to be played in friends of God, hidden saints singing school but a class in how N:..NON N:..:..NON N:N:N NCH N:N:N:N:M:M N-.:N:N:N:N:.1:N:..:N NON:.1 N N:N:M:N NON NON:..:..:N MOH N:N:N N:N:1
labors of love. '
Boca Grande next Friday afternoon. I! Wednesday are is the Feast of All to read notes and understand music.It ? hY
I understand that Boca Grande hasa I beginner and
for the
and although not a day of is designed MEN +
strong team but if 'our boys playas those who -"don't know one note .y. ..
Catholics .
\ eIi
did here on the 21st we
they another". The public is cor- .t
have a swell chance for victory. an effort to attend one or from The :: Good v
continue the win- all of the three masses said on dially invited to participate. Your Credit Is X
Perhaps we may wil lbe held on Thurs ..
this day for the happy repose of first meeting .
ning streak for dear old Clewiston 3rd at 7:30 m.,,
November p.
relatives and day,
the souls of ,departed Wear NEW Tailored Individual ::
High. ::'
church. a
friends, and for the soul of all the at the Baptist I

Team"This column and will will present be called a, short"Our faithful departed throughout the MEN'S CLUB FORMEDThe :;: Measure, Suit While You Pay :;:

world. November is the month dedi- _
of the squad members.
biography Today I give you, first, Captain cated in a very special manner to "for men on- :;: A postcard will bring the Lake's Old =:;:
I second meeting
In Purgatory.
the souls
Munselle Stone second, Alternate prayers for i
; There will be three successive ly" which was held ,Monday nightat Dependable Tailor Representative \
James Wjnn."Muney"
Captain at the school house voted to adopt Y
Wednesday, beginning
and moved here was during born near his earlier here masses 7:30 a.on m.Sunday's. : the name of the "Clewiston Men'sClub" I =:: CHAS. E. LEAR =i:
Mines continues as
sermon title is "An Ex- Rev. ;.
life. He started in the first grade e..

subjects and at present include: is English a junior., Latin His, planation Purgatory.of ."the So Catholic many false Doctrine and temporary and plans leader for of a the membership organization 2:: ./Box 508 Clewiston, Fla. :i: -

history, algebra, shorthand and ridiculous accusations have been drive are being made .The group ;.:NNNNNNNNNNNM, , , M:NN, :NNONNINN:..:NONNNN. :w:NNNNNNNNNNHN, , , :NN:MN:NN:N:N:N:..:M:.
hurled at the Catholic church con- Monday night had a very_ enjoyable ,
typing. He plays half-back on! our
this doctrine of Purgatorythat meeting 'and lemonade was served.
team and is interested in basketballand cerning
diamondball also. "Muney" it is deemed advisable to state The next meeting will. be held-

weighs 139 pounds and is five feet, clearly the church's stand in the on November 7th at 7:30 in the 1
matter from the simple viewpointof school, house. All men of the com-
9ft about time to- .
Jimmy Wjnn was born in North common sense. Any member of munity are invited to attend and &

Carolina and entered school here our community, regardless of creed, join the club. It is a non-religious, '

in the fourth grade: That was ten is welcome to attend Sunday's service non-political organization to work Remind you. .... r

years ago and since he has ad- or any other service conductedin for the betterment of the commun 0 IMVtsMLKT

senior class. His work this church. It is not requiredthat ;
vanced to the ,
one be a Catholic in order to ltQDAY, :
includes:. American Democracy, geometry ity.Oil

and chemistry. Jimmy is attend Catholic services. Men's Ass'n- : t. MQnR: >,Yl"jYOU ?;
Interested in"basketball besides\ May God bless our city ,and its 1 :

playing full-back for the Tigers. people. I YSr
His weight is 131 pounds, seven (Continued from page one)

pounds under the average weightbut COMMUNITY CHURCH vice chairman, E. E. Kelly, service .

he is very fast on his feet. Royal Palm Avenue station operator, Clewiston, and E. "r.wr- can't.afford to procrastinatelonger

Jimmy was the player who madea Forest C. Taj Ior, Minister M. Cornette, service station oper- > i.jti; ; r
::M much in starting to save a
brilliant 60-yard dash to raise ator, Clewiston. .
the score against Moore Haven I Sunday morning worship and Local affairs committee: J. A. of income..and invest

last week. Clewiston can well be sermon by the minister' at eleven McGehee, chairman; F. D. Duff, portion your

proud of theso two boys, Muneyand o'clock., vice chairman, H. ;E- O'Brien, Or cJft p yp it wisely... during your productive

Jimmy and I know the schoolis. Sunday school every Sunday ange State Oil Co., LaBelle; G. E. D\ a years. The slogan/Save and Haves "!
morning at 9:45. Etherton, service station operator, aN
The way to show your loyalty to Christian Endeavor meeting Sun- Clewiston; G. B. Thomas, service< i may be old-fashioned, but the sensible -,

Clewiston school athletics is'to Attend day evening at six. station operator, Clewiston, H.. C. s \s people that follow it i are the

our games here. Friday, Nov. Junior Endeavor Tuesday after- Nowling, service station operator, O
( We'll
4 is the next one and let's have I noon at 3:30, Clewiston and C. M. Baker, service s A e1fo happy ones you meet. gladly

the bleachers and grandstands not Mission Study Class meets Mon- station operator, Clewiston. ,..,,\1" help you with our time-tried, safe

full, but crowded., day afternoon at three. I Berwick Anderson, Jacksonville, "
---.- The choir rehearses on :Mondayand j secretary of the Florida Petroleun and profitable savings plans. .

The Clewiston Tigereltes made it Thursday evenings. Industries Committee, assisted the
a double victory over the Moore The public is cordially invited to local men and addressed tho meet-

Haven school Friday afternoon by \70iship in the Community church. Ing.BAPTIST'. Clewiston Federal
defeating the ,visiting volley ball I ,
team while their brother Tigers FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH W, )(. S. MET -
were polishing off the-Moore Haven I Marshall Mines, Pastor. rUESDAY AT CHURCH \ "Ia
football team.'The score was 38-26 and Loan Association

and was the tint volley baH lUatcb.of "The' Churoh of Friendly Dlitlnc- The' newly organized Women'



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.i' .l'y in Jacksonville, attending a Ford Alston, ,June Hooker, Renee Wetli- Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. J. W.

:i: ::: sales meeting of Florida Ford deal- ington, M. E. VonMach, Margaret Ezelle, Mrs. Keathley Bowden, ,
ers. The 1929 model car is to bo VonMach Parker Wilson, Bill Bolton Mrs.T..
B. .
Shelley and Mrs. G.

t j PERSONAL and, SOCIETY *y group.shown. and-/ demonstrated- to the and-A.. Johnston. B. Thomas. ', '

y y I '-
.y. y. County Superintendent S, A. MRS. F. DEANE DUFF THURSDAY
1 :............-..-..-..-..........-.................:....-.............................-..........................................-....................;...;...................-;.......;.-.;-.;-'!; Graves and Attorney L. O. Gravely ; I AT B.Y.P.U. KID-PAnTY-
of LaBelle the out-of-
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cone visitedin Jack Moorman, of Macon, is town visitors at the among ClewistonMooreHaven The Clewiston Garden Club .began Lynwood Dixon was host Mon. ''-
Pahokee over the week-end. spending a few days in Clewiston football here its study of flower arrange- day evening at a party formem
visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Stew- afternoon. game Friday ments at the meeting held Thurs- bers of the Intermediate B. Y. P.

Mr. and Mrs. S. I.. Crochet spent art. day afternoon at the home of Mrs.F. U. The party was a "kid" party
the week-end in West Palm Beach. Deane Duff. An introductory discussion and all guests were 'attired In
John Tietke has returned to Cyril Baldwin .of Sebring was ;i of the basis for judging children's costumes. Laura Bailey

Mr. and Mrs. W. D. King visited Clewiston for the season from I business visitor in Clewiston today. flower arrangements." was given by received the prize for the best cos
! in Lake Worth Sunday. (i j i Pennsylvania. Mr. Tietke farms Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Claybaughof Mrs. F. C. Taylor, and several experimental tume. .
'Orlando'were guests of Rev. and
I near Clewiston each winter. bouquets were placed Punch and cookies were servedto
Tom Russell Orlando was .'a Mrs. Forest 'C. Taylor a few days before the members for criticismand Laura Bailey, Janice Wynn V.
last week at the manse on Royal discussion.
business visitor in
Clewiston Wed
Woodward, James Brewer, Hall
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Doty, Wil-
Palm, Avenue. A tour of Palm A benefit
garden club party will
: Slonaker, Edythe Cornette
J. D.
lard and Miss Maxine 'Doty are
Beach, Fort Lauderdale, and Miami
be held at the Clewiston Inn Thurs-
spending this week-end in Lake- Hooker, Jack Waters, Margie Arn-
and Mrs. Jones Bryan left land visiting Mr. Doty's mother. was. included in their enter day, November 10th, and each ette, Janice Brantley, Paul Pullen -
to in tainment.I member of the club is to be responsible Mary Johnson,
Wednesday spend a few days Bobby Broadfoot, '
Tampa with relatives. I for the sale of four tick- Mary MathIs and Mrs. G. E. Ether-
Miss Jane Miller of Fort Myers \ and 111'5.J.. Wi. Francis 'of ets to the party. Mrs. W. F." Simpson ton.

arrived in Clewiston this week.: She St. Paul l, Minn., arrived Friday to is general chairman of the ..
Berwick Anderson of Jackson-
is employed in the general office spend the winter .withtheir- daughter party.
ville transacted business' in Clewiston
this week. of the sugar corporation.Mrs. Mrs. H. A. Bestor! and Mr. The community contest for the J. M. COUSE '

Bestor. Mrs. Francis' many friends best lighted Christmas tree, both
i Ward Roberts and daughter, I are delighted that she has sufficiently living and outdoor artificial trees, Counselor and Attorney at Law
J. E. Butler, who has been for
Linda, of Moore Haven, are visit- recovered from a recent ''ill- and for the best lighted doorwaywill Hopkins Building
the past year' located in New :Mex- ing Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston fora I ness and operation to make the be held again this year, it Wednesdays and Saturdays
ico, arrived in Clewiston this week.
few days.D. trip south. was decided by the club. I 0:30 to 4:00
;, Apropos of the large order for .
A. N. Gallant of West Palm bushes the
rose recently placed by
W. Beardsley arrived Friday Spectators. from Moore Haven at
Beach this week.was. a business visitor here from Chicago to spend the 'winter, the -Clewiston-Moore Haven gameon instructive club, Mrs. W.article C. Owen on rose gave culture.a very li lmli! III mlm II lil !lmlmlmll !mm mllll r ml 1

here with Mr.. and Mrs. J. E. Friday afternoon included Mr.
Beardsley. J. E. Beardsley met his I and Mrs. F. A. Flanders, Mr. and Plans for the November meetingand
Miss Dorothy Hare is returning father in West Palm Beach. i I Mrs. Boyd E. Vorhees, Mrs. H. S. for the entertainment of sev-
today from a visit of a few weeks eral visitors, who are expected at
Gove, jr., Mrs. F. M. Barbee, Mrs.D. .
I in Newberry .with Miss Ethel Willis. I that time, were discussed.At Special
I Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Keenan and I E. Griffith, Mrs. J. W. Adkins,
the conclusion of the meeting,
I '
Virginia Raye Ke'enan and Mr. and i Mrs. R. Boe, Miss Clarice Gove,
the hostess invited members into
i Miss Cora Mae Brantley has been Mrs. F. A. Flanders and daughter, I Miss Marjorie Daughtrey, Dr. D. M. .
Taken to the Arcadia General Hoe-I II Phyllis, of Moore Haven, were Clew Draughn, Mr. and 1Irs.B.. Nelson.Mr. the dining room, where Mrs. W. C. -
Owen presided at the tea table and
I pital for medical treatment.Mr. iston visitors
Friday. -- coffee, sandwiches and cakes wore
and Mrs. Homer Wakefield, erved. Regular ,$7.50 Tulip

and 1Irs.1.. C. Prewitt were Mrs. H. C. Jones left Saturday I Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mrs. J. E. Baker Attending were Mrs. F. M.

visitors over the week-end in Tam- for a visit with relatives in Orlando Miss Mae Written, B. E. Herring Wright, Mrs.. G. B. Rackstraw: Mrs.J. Oil Permanent Wave,

pa. Mr.. Jones accompanied her I Miss Livonia Congdon, Mrs. D. Bruce, Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs.J. .

to Sebring. where she boarded! a I Beatrice Anthony, Miss Evelyn Bur- \\, ., Ezelle, Mrs. W. W. Perry,
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson were train for Orlando. hans, Miss Ruth Steinholtz, Miss I
Mrs. J. H. Pressley, Mrs W. F.
Saturday visitors in West Palm I Carol '' For Two Weeks
Harris and Miss Inez 'Lam- Simpson, Mrs.., W. M. Bradnack:,
Beach. Rev. and Mrs. Forest C. Taylor I mons were in Fort Myers Saturdayto Mrs. Keathley Bowden, Mrs. E. C.

I! expect to go' to Winter Haven next : attend a meeting of the 'South-1 Mills, Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, Mrs.F. .

Mr.' and Mrs. Zerney Meredithwere week 'to attend the meeting of the west Florida 'Educational Associ- C. Taylor, Mrs. Elbert Stewart, $6.00From
visitors in Lakeland and St.? Florida Synod and the Florida ation. Mrs. C. Nelson, Mrs. A. R. Broad-

Augustine this week.. Presbyterial. Mrs. Taylor is an of- I foot, Mrs A. O. Ward, Mrs. B. E.
'--- ficer in the Florida Presbyterial. "IAmong the Clewiston residents Herring, Mrs. Richard Knight, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Mills and who attended the football game I Leah Spicer: Mrs. Herman Scharn-

Ii sons, Gene and Bub, were visiting Dr. and Mrs. W. D.. Horne of between Pahokee and Miami Beachin berg and' Mrs. W. C. Owen. Now UntilNovember ,
relatives in Fort Myers Saturday.
Pahokee Friday night were Dr'and
Beech Creek, Pennsylvania, arrived -
in Clewiston this week. Dr. Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Edgar MItS. D. G. ALSTON ENTERTAINS
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Pafford' and Horne is a chemist and is' associated Ezelle, jr., Mr. and Mrs. A. W. WEDNESDAY BRIDGE CLUE| 5
daughters, Anne""and' Kay; "were with the "research' department Sias, Mr.. and Mrs.. A. W. Lawrence,

visitors Saturday in Fort Myers.Dr. of the sugar corporation. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mr. and Mrs: D. G., Alston entertainedthe -\

Mrs. Horne .are residing at the Inn. Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Munselle" Stone, Wednesday bridge club at her(
and Mrs. J. P. Higgins and I C. J. Lovvorn, Mrs. C. L. Downs, home this week. Mrs. G. B. Thomaswon

daughter, Patricia, spent the week- Ken Swayne, Ed Ward, Jimmy Wilson high score and received a love-
Mrs. A. L. Hackett and CLEWISTON INN
end in Miami. James Edgar, Mr. and Mrs. ly Fostoria dish. Mrs. W. H. La-
Agnes Ann, and Mrs. M. M. Prew .
,\ P. M. .McIntyre, Red Hawkins, Mr: nier received a box of stationery as
f Mrs. Walker Nail and infant son, itt, accompanied Mrs. Nollie. Sw .f- BEAUTY SHOP
. and Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mr. and Mrs.C. consolation prize and Mrs. Leslie I
Walker, jr., returned this week fey to Fort Myers Monday. Mrs. E. Robbins, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Miller a box of- bath salts as cut
Nail Swaffey remained this week to 1
from Pensacola, where Mrs. -
Beardsley, Joseph and John Robbins prize.
has spent a few months with her receive medical treatments and will I
Mrs. Leah Spicer, Florence Salad, sandwiches and coffee
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Little, return to Clewiston Saturday.Hallowe'en I I and Kathryn Graham, Roberta Spic were served by Mrs. Alston to Mrs. ""'''ij[IJ III!!J !lIIIlllimllllllllllllll I! II! I! !I I IIIIIIlr ii!II!! IB!lI I Illmmr[ IC!Q:N m ii!Imlr!!I f VGU lIml Iil!! l '''

) CarnivalI I ._ JOOmuPl'I; I41L

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Hot Dogs, Pie, Coffee,
and Candies For Sale. : ?1 i' II
;k YlUcuni .
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to music of one of the 1' I 1lftII '. '4111U1
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, most elegant colored jook it ( &oIL ;
orchestras in South

) Florida.

Cake Walkfor \ / *

\ eat-e
\ the most' luscious "
cakes of Clewiston's best -

I housewh Bingooffers I I BURE l\tE S .

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: : .. the wildest assort- :
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for the funniest and most

Fun original For costume.All ) PL4. ,,8 AL E

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took me explorin'. You said if you "It's bout the girl friend. I seen Precaution \'\
I Ample -
ever was a hermit you'd comehere., her last night. She's waitin'. Mademe '

I figured it out." Pink, ,his minis promise I'd fetch you back." Hence Little Concern'I'

trations finished, settled back on his "You mean ."

heels. "Now, you and me's goin'to "Sure I told her. And, kid, I
Adeline Gence famous dancer
have a talk. want to take back any knockin' I I
"No we're not. There's nothingto ever done about dames. That's all." now retired, tells this story: I!

talk about." The journey back to Locust Hill Two young ladiesnongolferswho i

"Lissen, kid.. You're goin' to hear was slow. Dale, his face set grimly wandered over a golf course

what, I got to say because I got limped over the uneven ground and, finding a nice smooth bit of 1 1 I

d HEART good news for you. It's. Every- with the aid of his cane and Pink'swilling turf' with a little flag in the center -

t thing's all right!" shoulder. Frequent halts for sat down to rest. A couple of

"What do you mean?" rest were made. Clouds were gath men in the distance shouted

"The dominie he had it all ering. "fore" and madly waved their

kid." 'The first arms, but not having been introduced ,
wrong, big drops of, rain were :
HE9RIGA "Pink! Do you mean it! He-no, falling when Pink assisted his the ladies took no notice. ,,1\\

: he couldn't be wrong." charge up the steps of the back II Soon one of the men came

"But he was, I'm tellin' you. It porch. He flung open the door witha striding up. "Don't you think it's

I ain't so'easy to wise a guy, but- sigh of relief.A very dangerous to sit here?" he'

oh, hell. He's your dad. That's what swift little rush across the floor asked gravely."Oh .

I'm tryin' to say. He always was. of the half-dark kitchen. no," replied one of the ladies "s

That bird Kelsey squared every "Dale! Dale . You've come with a smile. "You see, ,

Joseph McCord WNU Service. thing. He showed up this mornin'." back!" we're sitting on a mackintosh.

I "Kelsey is here!" Dale said it "Oh, Lady Lee!I" Kansas City Star.

unbelievingly. "That's Pink made hasty exit into the din-
into his
CHAPTER %Continued ing bravely eyes. "I will
-16- always love him." "Sure. He beat it down here right ing room. Trusty Got the Job
after I'd have here Lee close in Dale's her
you. got sooner, was arms,
"I had "I believe Lee.
thought possibly you gone you, His voice
but I wanted to hear what he had face buried against his shoulder."I .
over later," continued Kelsey.III quivered a little as he said "I never Sent to jail for a petty offensein
took it up with Washington, but have known of a greater love. Save to say. I was sort of scared to waited and waited, Dale dar- a Nebraska city, a prisoner was
leave him and the dominie together ling I I couldn't have 'I
never got anywhere. Every time I one. My dear, you will not be put assigned to take care of the
had a chance to get to Middleton I to the test. Either of you." everything considered. So I hung stood "it much longer., Are you all courthouse lawn. He did such a

did, for Mrs. Cameron's sake. On "Oh,. what .?" around to make sure they weren'tgoin' right? good job that his sentence having
to mix things. I "Everything is all he
my last trip I found I had missed "I have learned the truth today.It clamped my right now, been served, he has been hired as
ear right to the door. When I was whispered, his cheek against her
you. You found her dying and you might have been too late. But permanent ,custodian.
took the boy away with you." now I know that God will bring sure everything" was on the up and curls."I I This is hardly an ideal way to
I beat it. know. And it would have been
Farwell nodded helplessly. He did my son back to us. Will you wait up"Tell me!" all right. No matter-what happened.Don't get a job, but a job is a job and .:.

not trust himself to speak. for a little here? Wait, with me? It "No, sir. I done my part. You you know it? Didn't you this man got one. He says that if _pJ
"I see it all now. Mrs. Cameronwas will not be long." he had had a job he never would
want to hear that from dad. know!I"
not able to tell] what had your have landed in trouble in the first
you "Oh Please let "
yes. me stay.
And say, kid, when you and him "I wasn't sure I am now.
happened. The neighbors did. They place.:
I get together, go easy. He's been They clung to each other in silence -
explained how I had come there Along the wooded slope of a high hit longer and harder than you. Andit after that, clung until Lee released -I The Scriptural promise that a
with Elaine and Dale. That was hill five miles from Locust Hilla man diligent in his business shall
some wasn't his fault. I'd have done herself gently and lifted her
enough for them-and" you. ,I never small figure was clawing its way"Everything the same thing, I reckon. So wouldall tear-wet eyes to Dale's. She triedto stand before kings might be para-
dreamed phrased to say that a jailhouse
flash him her old-time smile.ClWe're .
Kelsey's voice trailed away. trusty who attends to business will
forgetting, dear. Your fa-
There silence in the Phi land on the roll. San Francisco
was room, a .Y pay -
ther. I talked to him this after-
silence broken the slam of Chronicle.
by a I
s noon. You. Dale, please be
distant door. Farwell seized the ; kind."

arms of his chair in his two hands.
Ir:, Pink was descending the front
He pulled himself erect. There wasa Still ?
stairs when Dale started his slow Coughing
stern in his voice.
quality deep
ascent. "Say, kid He's in
"Is that the truth, Wade Kelsey your room." No matter how many medicinesyou
"You know that it is," was the Dale have tried for your common
paused outside the closed
quiet answer. "I always wanted to cough, chest cold, or bronchial Irritation -
door of his room for a moment.He you may get relief now with,
find you, I think. I told myself drew a long breath, turned the Creomulsion. Serious trouble may

that I would some day. That, after latch softly. Entered.He be brewing and you cannot afford
all, you had the right to know thatElaine's with to take a chance with any remedy
paused a slight gasp less potent than Creomulsion,which
last had been of
leaning, heavily on his stick. The goes right to the seat of the trouble
you. I didn't know where you were.I k barren little apartment was lightedby and aids nature to soothe and heal

lead a busy life and a lonely one. an unfamiliar glow. Both can- the inflamed mucous membranesand
Then Dale walked into the room to loosen and expel germ-
... dles of the shrine were burning. For laden
where I sat talking to John Payne.It phlegm.
the first time.Jonathan .
Even if other remedies have failed,
was like looking into Elaine's Farwell, his rugged face don't be discouraged, try creomul-

eyes again. Everything came back.I gleaming strangely in the soft illu- sion. Your druggist is authorized to
had no rest until I came here. I S mination in refund your money If you are not
sat a chair he had satisfied with the bene-
only wish I had been in time to drawn directly before the shelf. A fits thoroughly obtained. Creomulsion is one

spare Dale. We must think of him ) .i r book lay on his knee, one finger word ask for it plainly, see that the

now." marking the page where he might name on the bottle is Creomulsion
and the genuine product
Farwell lurched forward suddenly.
have been reading. Dale's glance reef
and the you want. (Adv..
He covered his face with his shifted involuntarily. His mother's

hands. photograph lay between the candles.

"Elaine Elaine ." "Father." Alms Giving:

Kelsey relaxed in his chair. He Farwell's head turned slowly. His To smile into your brother's facet

found his own eyes suddenly wet. black eyes seemed to be staring is alms.

After a moment he crossed over from a great distance. A man in -

and laid a hand on the other man's a dream. With apparent difficultyhe How Women t:

bowed, shoulders. t F' rose to his feet, still holding to
"We've both been hurt, Jonathan.It's his book.
in Their 40'sCan
over now. It's up to us to help is right now." "Dale." His lips moved stiffly to

that boy. He'll come' back when he doggedly through the heavy under- you. But you can take it from me, shape another word. "Son ."

gets over the shock. And now you'll] growth, engaged in a zig-zag as it's all right now. Next thing's to "I've come back, father." Attract Men

be able to tell him it's all right. I'm cent. It was Pinckney Mulgrew. get you home." Neither man moved from his advice Her
Hero's good for a woman during
going down to the hotel. I'll stay "Queer how the kid ever found "I can walk." place. Farwell's tall form weaved change (usually from 33 to 62), who fears

for a little." If you need me I'll that trail," he muttered. "It must "Guess you'll have to. I didn'tpass slightly. The flickering lights laid she'll about lose hot her flashes appeal loss to of men pep, who dizzy worries spells,

be waiting. be around here somewhere." He no cabs comin' up. I'll cut his shadow on the wall. Huge, gro- upset nerves and moody spells.
There was another ringing of the the a stick and help There's Get more fresh air, 8 hra.sleep and If you
squinted thoughtfully at summit you you. tesque. need a good general system tonic take LydiaE.
parsonage bell] in the early after revealed through an opening among somethin' else I'd better tell you, "Do you know, my son?" Pinkham a Vegetable Compound, made

noon. A second and hesitating pushof the trees. "Must be," he repeated. maybe." Pink stood with his ,feet I Dale's oak stick clattered to the up especially physical for resistance UWJKTU It, thus helps helps Nature give build more

the button brought Jonathan Far- After a brief progress, his search apart, slashing the branches from a floor. His hands reached out. vivacity to enjoy life and assist calming

well to the door. He walked with a ing eyes were rewarded by a faint substantial length of scrub oak. "I know everything now jittery often accompany nerves and disturbing change of symptoms life. WELL. that

steady step displaying his usual path leading in the desired direc- "Before I give you this stick." Dad." WORTH TRYING

composure. His voice betrayed no tion. With an exclamation of relief "What?" (THE END.)
surprise as he greeted the caller.
he followed it. Within a quar- Obeying Honor
"Good afternoon Miss
ter of hour he found himself
an demands.
Will walk in?" Let us do whatever honor
the final sheer ascent, a
"Good" afternoon, Doctor Far- bald face of rock that rose almost Veterinary Science Has Eliminated the .-Racine.
well. Lee colored faintly under the '

steady scrutiny of the' minister'sdark perpendicularly. The explorer Hazards of Animal Life and ProductionThe
eyes. She gathered herself moved warily now, making as little Don'l Sleep When
noise From thicket
as possible. a ,
together quickly, speaking in a
voice that matched the man's for he peeped cautiously across a small practice of animal breedingis grounds, to save the state from loss, Gas Crowds HeartIf

evenness. "I would like to speak to clearing. centuries old. It had its origin in through a revival of interest in what

Mr. Mulgrew if he is here." There, propped against a boulderin the economic need of ancient man then was known as veterinary art. you tots!in bid and can't eleep from eon

"I am afraid Pinckney is out at the"sunshine, was Dale. to produce animal life under some In those days of scientific dark- tipation this:and To awful get quick GAS BLOATING relief you must mm.mbar -

present," was the grave reply. "Is "Hi, Mr. Mulgrew said casually, form of organized human control.In ness, animal-disease prevention and DOUBLE ACTION. You must .relieve Adlenkala the
clear the
and'stepped into the GAS. You must *
there anything I can do for you? open. the oldest laws in the world, control were largely in superstitious just need because it acts on the
Perhaps will in." Dale looked at him without speak- wh"loU bowels. Adlerika la
you come known as "The Laws of Hammurabi practices. But the few intellectual carminative and cathartic. Carminatives -
"Just for a moment then." And, ing or stirring."I ," it is indicated that some sort freedmen of the age, and those in that warm and soothe the stomach
when the door had closed behind was out taking a stroll, Pink and expel GAS. Cathartics that quickly and
of regulatory system over animal i gathering numbers in each succeed-
clear the bowels of waste matter that
her: "I wanted to know if-if Pink anticipated. "Thought I'd drop breeding existed in Babylonia 2,100 I ing epoch, realized the need of a may have caused GAS BLOATING sour
had found Dale. He said he would.I around this way. Nice little place stomach, sleepless night: and indigestion for
years before the advent of the true veterinary practice and control months. Adlenka relieves stomach KM almostat
didn't hear anything Lee's you got here. His survey includeda the bowels
Christian' era. Anyone who regardsthe over animals and animal produc- once. Adlenka usually; acts on
voice trembled a little in spite of shallow cavern in the face of the in leu than two hour .No waiting for.over
chicken industry of today as a tion, as related to public health and relief. Adlerika does not gnpe, is not
her effort to control it.ul couldn't rock and a small spring outside the modern economic development public welfare generally. As far bait forming. Get genuine Adlenka todays
bear it Her brown entrance. "All set for housekeeping. all drug item
any longer. eyes Sold at
might peruse the laws of the old back as B. C. 40, in the time of
looked into : What's the matter with that
appealingly Farwell's.
up -
ankle?" Assyrian empire with interest, according Tiberius, Celsus foresaw that such
to Dr. John R. Mohler, methods employed in veterinary
"I see. Please sit down." "Turned it on a rock. What do removed from
WORMS quickly
chief, bureau of animal industry, in clinical work would find a place in I
Lee shook her head waited. want?
you children or adults by using the
address before the International the practice of human medicine
"When was this, Miss Brady?" "Shut up until I fix you." He knelt an famous remedy, Dr. Peery's C
Veterinary The numbersof which 200 later Galen em- --4
congress. years
"Last night after dinner." down and untied the soiled hand- ."Dead Shot" Vermifuge. No
laid by each hen count- phasized.
"Last night ." The minister kerchief Dale had bound about his eggs were castor oil or anything else is
ed and recorded.In Since then veterinary science has
repeated the words with an effort. bare ankle. "Wait ." Pink needed after taking "Dead
been marked discoveries which
that early and now dim date in by
"Then he'must have told you. reached for his coat and tugged a 50c bottle at drug-
"He did., Where is Dale? Hasnrthe parcel from one of its pockets. man's history, many'of the diseasesof have had the_effect of greatly reducing Shot. a Pill Co. 100
Wright's ,
the hazards of animal life gists or
come back at all?" "Brought myself a sandwich, but Iain't animals and poultry were identi- Gold St. New York, N. Y.
and production. ,
fiable by names peculiar to the
"Not yet Pinckney must be hungry. You eat it.
times. The contagious nature of ani- Diligent scientific workers, the
searching. Something tells me he "I don't care for it. Thanks.
mal plagues is clearly indicated by world over, have traced scores of
will bring Dale with him. I am "Eat it anyway. WNU-7 43-38
waiting." Pink moved over to the spring Columella who lived at the dawn of live stock maladies to their source,

"Oh, if we only knew where he and dipped the handkerchief in the the present civilization. That he revealing specific viruses, bacteria, SMALL SIZE LARGE SIZE

wasl! If he was all right!" Lee'ssmall icy water. recognized a relationship between and parasites as the causes. Other 60c G S 51.20ygAf

hands clenched helplessly. "Maybe that'll make her feel bet- animal breeding and public healthis investigators have cleared up many

wasn't his fault. I'm so afraid he ter, kid. Yoii didn't have it tight evident from his urgent demandfor questions concerning nutritional disturbances

thinks he mustn't love me any more. enough nohow.' He applied the segregation of the sick as one poisoning by plants,

He may even think that I don'tlove bandage with practiced fingers. means of preventing the spread of breeding troubles, even conditions ,

him now. And I do I I do!I" "It's no good, Pink," Dale remarked infection. The Christian era was. resulting from abnormal glands., Brings Blessed Relief
and disturbances of the
Farwell took a step nearer. One wearily. "Why did you still very young when Vegetius, nervous system. from aches and pains of

of his hands came out to rest on her come all the way up here? I wantto aroused by the heavy losses among I .

shoulder. be alone for a while. What made animals as each successive epizootic I RHEUMATISMNEURITIS .

"As much as that, my child?" you look for me here?" I, broke over the world, utilized his Keeps Rattles Out of Water .and. LUMBAGO Suffer?
!stti Why
"Of course," she told him, look- "That Saturday afternoon you now immortal pen for the salvation While a rattlesnake is swimming AT ALL.Try/I GOOD.DRUGiSTORES_
I of animal life if only on economic he keeps his rattles out of water ;

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Iff THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE Simon Burdick and Mr. Simon Bur- Range 34 East: providing for their government, jurist
Mrs. G. B. Thomas- TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF dick, his wife: Eva I. Brandon, If WV4 of the SEU of the SWU diction: and powers, or altering or .

FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRYCOUNTY. unmarried, divorced or a widow, and of Section 35, Township 43 South amending the same, be passed, unless
I-V CHANCERY I I'No. if married, Eva I. -, whose mar- Range 34 East: notice of Intention to apply therefor
ried surname ia unknown, and -. E1 of the NEU of the SEU shall have been published in the man-
(Continued from page one) s:.:.> her husband," whose Christian and of Section 35. Township 43 South ner provided by law where, the matteror
Mr. Bailey RECONSTRUCTION FINANCE : surname are both unknown. If alive: Range '34 East: thing to be affected may be situated -
the teaching profession, CORPORATION a corporation : John Carbone, Frank Carbone and W% of the NEU of the SEU which notice shall be publishedIn
urged the teachers to try to solve organized and existing under : Vincent Giordano co-partners doing of Section 35, Township 43 South, the manner provided by law at
their problems themselves and not the laws of the United States, : business as Carbone Brothers & Range 34 East; least thirty days prior to Introduction I
Plaintiff, : Company: Thomas C. Garner and Mrs. E'S of the SWU of the SEU into tho Legislature of any such bill.
others to do it for them. Thomas C. Garner, his wife if alive: j
to expect v' : of Section 35. Township 43 South The evidence that such notice has been
Florence A. Carrier, if unmarried, Range 34 East published shall be established In the I
'It's up to ;you to arouse the public G. c. BANTZ, AS TRUSTEE : : i
widow and if
divorced married -
or a before such bill shall be
and MRS. G. C. BANTZ his f 'WJh of the SWJof the SEa
against the annual open season on Florence A. -, whose mar- and such evidence shall be I
wife, and others named in the : is unknown and -, of Section 35, Township 43 South,
teachers' jobs. It Is not right thata bill : ried her surname husband, whose Christian and Range 34 East: filed or preserved with the bill in the
Defendants. : EVz of the SEU of the SEU office of the Secretary of State in I
have unknown Johonnes
teacher should no permanent surname are both : such shall
and Johonnes of Section 35, Township 43 South, manner as Legislature
ORDER OF PUBLICATION Chi Fredericksen Mrs. 34 East provide, and the fact that such notice
home. But before we attemptto r'hi Fredericksen, his wife, If alive Range : !
It appearing: by the sworn bill of' A. Crawford W& of the SEU of the SEU was established in the Legislature
tenure bylaw E A. Crawford and Mrs. E. I
eliminate insecurity of of Section 35, 43 South, shall In be recited the
complaint filed herein, as amended his wife, if alive; Edward A. Township every case upon j
we must cull out unqualified that the plaintiff Is entitled to a Crawford and Mrs. Edward A. Craw- Range 34 East; Journals of the Senate and of the :

disinterested teachers. You can- further order of publication ford his wife, if alive; B. J., Cun- Ebb of the NEU of the NEU House of Representatives; PROVID'I
and IT IS ORDERED that alii parties ningham and Mrs; B. J. Cunningham of Section 1. Township 44 South, ED, however, no publication of' any ,
not promise a steady job to a I claiming interest under S. P. Hern- his wife, if alive; John Davidsen, also Range 34 East: such law shall be required hereunder
W.% of the NEU of the NEU when such law contains provision
and Mrs. a
husband known as John Davidson,
who is really only don
teacher deceased, or otherwise In orto John Davidsen his wife, if alive: J. of Section 1, Township 44 South, to the effect that the same shall not I
hunting. the following described real property P. Gilmore and Mrs. J. P; Gilmore, Range 34 East: become operative or effective until
lying and being situate In the County his wife, if alive: Glenn W. Haven E>,& of the NWU of the NEU ratified or approved at a referendum
"Arouse the public on, the ad- of Ilendry, State of Florida, to-wit: nnd Mrs. Glenn W. Haven, his wife, of Section I, Township '44 South, election to be called and held in the

vantage of teachers who actually SF.U: of the SWU of the SEUf if alive: Victor H Haven and Mrs. Range 34 East: territory affected in accordance witha
Section!! 23, Township 43 South Victor II. Haven, his wife if alive; W% of the NV1of the NEU provision therefor contained in such
make their home in a communityand Range 34 East: Oscar Hildebrand and Mrs. Oscar Hil- of Section I, Township 44 South, bill, or provided by general law.

then school officials will think: W% of the NEU of the NEU debrand. his wife, if alive: Abbie Range 34 East:
Else, if unmarried, divorced or a E', of the SWU of the NEU
of Section 35, Township 43 South,
twice before letting someone out widow, and if married, Abbie -, of Section 1, Township 44 South. A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan
Range 34 East
." said ; whose married surname is un- Range 34 East Amendment to Section 2 of Article
for spite or personal reasons E% of the N"7Jk.of the NEU ;
known, and -, her husband W'h of the SWU of the NEVI IX of the Constitution of Florida Re-
3Ir.: Bailey. "Teachers cannot be of Section 35, Township 43 South., whose Christian and surname are of Section I, Township 41 South, lating to Taxation and Finance by
the wolves of Range 34 East; both unknown If alive: Fred W. Range 34 East; Adding Thereto a Requirement That
happy dogged by E%' of the SWU of the NEU I Holm also known as Fred W. Halm, W&' of the NEU of the NWU the Legislature Shall Provide for

uncertainty.: Give teachers some degree of Section 3.'). 'Township 43 South, and Mrs Fred W. Holm, his wife; of Section I, Township 44 South, Raising Revenue to Defray State Ap-

of economic security and you Range 34 'East; Olive H.. Johnson,: if unmarried, divorced J- Range 34 East: propriations Made for the Benefit of
W% of the SWU of the NKU or a widow and if married, EJ,2 of the NWU of the NWU the Uniform System of Public Free
will get better results in school of Section 35 Township 13 South Olive H. -, whoso married surname of Section I, Township 44 South, Schools, and of the State Institutionsof

The teachers part to obtain these Range 31 East: is unknown and -, her Range 34 East;. Higher Learning as a Part of the
E% of the SEX of the NEU husband, whose Christian nnd > sur- EVj of the SWU of the NWU expenses of the State on an Equal-
things is to make themselves Indispensable of Section 35, Township 43 South, name are both unknown: If alive; of Section I, Township 44 South, ity Therewith
Orin P. Kinsey: and Mrs Orin P. Kin- Range 34 East;
to the community- Range 34 East; BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS-
sey. his wife If alive: George N. W% of the of the
and \V% of the SEU of the NEU his
assume community leadership Klein and Mrs. George N. Klein of Section' 1, Township 44 South I IDA: That the following amendment
of Section 35, Township 43 South. wife ,Martin Knutson and Ella Knut-
: 31 East
thereby gain economic security, KrM.iler Range ; of Section 2 of Article IX of the Con- t _
.Range 34 East: son his wife if alive: A. J.
concluded the speaker. E'h 'of the NEU'of the NWU and Mrs, A. J. Kreidler, his wife, if be and appear In the above entitled stitution of Florida relating to taxation "'-T'
cause at the Court. House for Hendry and finance be and the same Is
Landwehr and
Steps designed to improve pub- of Section East 35, Township 43 South, Gladvs alive; Landwehr Harold W.his wife if alive; County Florida, at LaBelle. Florida, hereby agreed to and shall be sub-
Range 31 : on Monday the 7th day of November, mitted to the qualified electors of the
lic schools and better the lot of Wiof the NEVI of the .NWU W. B. Lang and Effie O. Lang! his
W. 1938 to answer the bill of complaintfiled State of Florida for ratification or
Luttrell and Mrs. J.
wife 'V
teachers include the school revenueor of Section 35. Township 43 South, Luttrell.: his J. wife, if alive; John E. in said cause, else the allegationsof rejection at the next ensuing general

amendment the teachers Range 34 East: Manshardt and Mrs. John E. Man- said bill of complaint will be takenas election to be held in November, 1938.
parity E& of the SSV1of!! the NWU confessed by the said defendants.This .
shardt his wife, if alive: Jennie Mc- That is to say that Section' 2 of ArticleIX
retirement act, the teachers salary of Section 35 Township 43 South, Cullough. if unmarried, divorced or order shall be published once I of the ,Constitution of Florida be

salaries a percentage Range 34 East: a widow, and If married, Jennie each week for four consecutive weeks and the same is hereby amended so
law giving set' .\VY.: of the SWU: of the NWU -, whose married surname i is i In The Clewiston News, a newspaper as to read as follows: '
of state funds aim the school of Section 35. Township 43 South, unknown, and -, her husband, of general circulation published in "Section 2. The Legislature shall

budget law all of which were de- Range 34 East; whose Christian and surname are I Hendry County, Florida. provide for raising revenue to defray
\. EV of the SEU of the NWU both unknown, if alive; John McKenna : DONE AND ORDERED this 5 day the expenses of the State, including
scri d to the teachers assembly. of Section 35, Township 43 South and Mrs. John McKenna his wife of October, 1938. state appropriations for the benefitof

" -- !J. S. Rickards, Florida Educa- Range 34 East: If alive; F. M. Peacock and Mrs. F.M (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, the uniform system of public free
of the Peacock, his wife; Clyde Charles Clerk of the Circuit Court schools provided in accordance with
W% of the SEU NWU
tional Association executive, H. W. Peck and Mrs. Clyde Charles Peck:, for Hendry County, Florida. Article XII of the Constitution, and
of Section 35, Township 43 South,
instruction his wife. If alive;' Edwin Penisten and of the State Institutions of Higher
Carothers, state director of ) Range 34 East;. EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER,
Mrs. Edwin Penisten. his wife if Learning, for each fiscal and alsoa
and Dr. J. Hboker' ; of the E% of the NE1of the SWU alive; W. H. Pontius, it alive: Elizabeth \ :MIami Solicitors Florida for Plaintiff. sufficent sum to pay year the principleand

of Florida school of education of Section 35, Township 43 South, S. Porter, a widow, if alive: interest of the existing indebtedness -
University ',Range 34 East; Francis S. Robbins and Mrs. FrancisS No. 158-Oct. 7, 14, 21. 28,. 1938. of. the State."

made short talks to the N% of the NWU of the SWU : Robbins his wife, if alive; W. J. ,

of Section 35 Township 43 South, Robbins and Mrs. W. J. Robbins, his -
group. Range 34 East: wife, if alive; Fred O. Scott and A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing:
More than 300 teachers from SWU of the NWU of the SWU Mabelle L. Scott, his wife; Charles an Amendment to Article XIV of the
Seneft Sr.. and Mrs. Charles Constitution of Florida Relating to
Collier, Charlotte, Glades, Hendryand of Section 35, Township 13 South Sr... his wife, if alive: sen-eft.1 the State Militia by Adding Theretoan

Lee counties were in attend- Range 34 Hast; Shields, if unmarried divorced CONSTITUTIONAL, AMENDMENTS: Additional Section Specially applicable -
SEU of the NWU of the SWU widow, and If married Agnes G. to the Federally Recognized
ance at the meeting, which was held of Section 35, Township 43' South, -, whose married surname is, WHEREAS, the legislature of 1937 Troops Known as the Florida National
Edison Range 34 East: unknown and -, her husband, under the Constitution of 1885 of the Guard.
in the auditorium of the
W% of the SWU! of the SW14of whose Christian and surname are State of Florida, did pass four Joint
Park school. Other new officials Section 35, Township 43 South,I both unknown. If alive; Joseph F ;Resolutions proposing amendments to LATURE BE IT RESOLVED OF THE STATE BY THE -LEGIS-
the Constitution of the State of Flor- OF FLORIDA -
of Ever- Range 34 East: Siebert and Mrs. Joseph F. Siebert,
include W. B. Connelly : That the following amendment
E'h of the SE 4 of the SWU his wife, If alive: H. L. Singletary ida, and the same were agreed to bya
glades, vice-president, Miss' Irby J of Section 35, Township 43 South, and Mrs. H. L. Singletary, his wife, I vote of three fifths of all the mem-' to Florida Article relating XIV of to the the Constitution State of
34 if alive: J. Lee Smith and Mrs. J. bers elected to each house: that the
and Range East
Klay of Fort Myers, secretary ; adding thereto an additional Sec-
Lee Smith, his wife, if alive; Susan votes on said Joint Resolutions were
Ernest Maney of LaBelle, treasurer W% of the SEU of the SWU E. Steidley, if unmarried, divorced Cora entered upon their respective Journals, tion to be known as Section 5 of said
of Section 35, Township 43 South, widow, and if married, Susan E. I with the yeas and nays thereon, and Article XIV specially applicable to
Range 34 East: -, whose married surname is they did determine and direct that the federally recognized State troops
Win- E% of the NEU of the SEU unknown, and -, her husband, the said Joint Resolutions be submittedto known as the National Guard is here-
Tigers I of Section 35, Township 43 South, whose Christian and surname are the electors of the State at the by agreed to and shall be submittedto
Range 34 East; both unknown, if alive; Henry Steering General Election in November 1938. the electors of the State of Floridafor

WJIz' of the NEU, of'" the SEU and Mrs. Henry Sterring, his NOW, THEREFORE ,I, R. A. Gray ratification or rejection at the
of Section 35 Township 43 South, wife, if alive; Herbert J. Taylor and Secretary of State of the State of next General Election to be held In
(Continued from page 1)) Range 34 East; Mrs. Herbert J. Taylor, his wife, if Florida, do hereby give notice that a 1938. as follows:
Haven alive; Jennie Weeks, If unmarried, I "Section 5. FLORIDA NATIONAL
3 Moore
pleted, E'fc of the of GENERAL ELECTIONwill
SWU the SE
% divorced or a widow, and if married, GUARD.-a) Whenever there shall
4. Total yards from passes, Clewis- of Section 35, Township 43 South, Jennie -, whose married surnameis be held in each county in Floridaon be in the State of Florida a federally

ton "38 Moore Haven 35. Total Range 34 East: unknown, and -, her husband, Tuesday next succeeding the first recognized National Guard, the same
W'of the SWU of theE: ; whose Christian and surname are Monday in November, A. D. 1938, the shall be sui generis and subject tc
yards gained from running plays; of Section 35, Township 43 South, both unknown if alive; Mrs. L A. said Tuesday being the the lawful orders of the Governor,

Clewiston 198, Moore Haven 17. Range 34 East: Wombacker and L. A. Wombacker, EIGHTH DAY-OF NOVEMBERfor who shall be Commander In Chief
73V of the SEU of the SEU her. husband If alive: Mary E. '
b The
( ) National Guard shall be -
and Clewiston Wright if unmarried, divorced or a the ratification or rejection of the sup- .\ r
Penalties yardage, of Section 35, Township 43 South, ported and maintained by the State .
widow and if married : E said Joint Resolutions proposing
Mary .
four for forty, Moore Haven, two Range 34 East: -, whoso married surname Is amendments to the Constitution of the of Florida pursuant to provisions of
V3 of the SEU''I. of the law for .
SEU prescribed
organizing arming,
and unknown and -, herhusband, State of Florida, viz:
for thirty. Punts punt average,
of Section 35, Township 43 South, whose Christian and surname are A. JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingthe governing and disclpling said National
Clewiston 4 for twenty, Moore Haven Range 34 East; both unknown. if alive; Pearl Wright, Amendment of Section 7 of ArticleX Guard in accordance with the Acts of

6 for 19.5. Oliver was referee, EI. of the NEU of the NEU a widow, if 'alive; and John Zvolanck, of the Constitution. Relating to the Congress and regulations of the Unit-
of Section 1, Township 44 South, also known as Jno. Zvolanek, andMrs. Exemption of Homesteads from Taxation ed States War Department thereunto
Ward umpire, Bell, head linesmanand Range 34 East: John Zvolanck, his wife, if pertaining.: (c) Officers of the federally
'alive and If of the above named recognized National Guard, including -
Wright scorekeeper.The W% of the NEU of the NEU ; any BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS-
the Adjutant General shall
be dead, all parties claiming ,
of Section 1, Township 44 South. persons LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLOR-
line-ups were as follows: interests under such deceased personor be appointed, and shall be subject to
Range 31 East: otherwise all IDA: That the following amendmentof suspension, discharge, removal or compulsory
persons or ,
Clewiston: -Waldron, center; Brantly EI l of the NWU of the NEU* claiming interests under Peter A. Section 7 of Article X of the Con- retirement as such, solely on

end; Ford, end; Hooker, quarterback of Section 1, Township 44 South Hanson, deceased, or otherwise. and stitution of the State of Florida relating the basis of military proficiency, char-
Range 34 East: all unknown persons having or claimIng to the exemption of homesteadsfrom acter and service, as determined according -
; O. Winn, halfback and W%. of the NW 4 of the NEU an Interest In the real property taxation, be and the same is to army regulations and usages

Stone, fullback. Moore Haven: of Section 1, Township '44 South, lying and being situate In the County hereby, agreed to, and shall be sub- sanctioned by law, anything in this
Range 34 East: of Hendry State of Florida to-wit: mitted to the electors of the Stateat Constitution to the contrary notwith-
Close, center; Boe, end; Leath, end; Ei/4 of the SV1of' the NEU NWU of the NWU of the SWU the General Election of Representa- tanding, (d) The qualification of officers -

Adkins, quarterback; Sealey, half- of Section 1, Township 44 South, of Section 23, Township 43 South, atives in 1938, for approval or rejec- and soldiers of the Federally
Range 34 East; Range 34 East: tion; that is to say, that the said Recognized National Guard shall be

back and Lee fullback. W% of the SW3of the NE?; I SEU of the NWU of the SWU Section 7 of Article X of the Con- prescribed in military regulations

Substitutions for Clewiston were: of Section I, Township 44 South, of Section 23, Township 43 South, stitution'be,.amended so as to read as promulgated in accordance with the

Reddish at center, Owen at end, Range 34 East: Rancre 34 East; follows: general specifications of the '''U. S.
.WV of the NEU of the NWU NWU of the SWU of the SW14 Every person who has the legal titleor \Var Department."

Davis at end, Bourne at quarter, of Section 1, Township 44 South, of Section 23, Township 43 South beneficial title in equity to real The votes cast in compliance with

VonMach at half and J. Winn at I' Range 34 East: Range 34 East; property in this State and who resides said proposed amendments, and the

E% of the NW?4; of the NWU SEU of the SWU !'of the SWU thereon and in good faith makes canvass, declarations and returns
full, 'Prevatt at end, Lolley at half of Section 1, Township 44 South of Section 23, Township 13 South, the same his or her permanent home, thereof, shall be subject to the same

and Bourne at half. Moore Haven Range 34 East: Range 34 East: or the permanent home of another or, regulations and restrictions as are
SWU of the SV1of the others legally naturally dependentupon
SEU or provided by law for general 'elections
substitutions were Waller for 'Leath, of E% of the SWU of the NWU of Section 23. Township 43 South, said person shall be entitled to in the State of Florida.IN .
Section 1. Township 44 South, Range 34 East: an exemption from all taxation, except
Lundy for Lee Goodson for Lundy. Range 34 East; TESTIMONY WHEREOF.
SE i of the of for assessments for special benefits,
I have hereunto
WVj of the SEU of the NWU my
to the assessed valuation of Five
of Section 23, Township 43 South!! up hand and affixed the
of Section 1. 34 South Great
Township Range 34 East; Thousand Dollars on tl\e said homeLand (SEAL) Seal of the State of
Are- Flor-
U. S.
Engineers Range 34 East
SEU of the SEU of the SEU contiguous real property, as defined ida, at Tallahassee, the
be and appear in the above entitled of Section 23 Township 43 South, in Article 10, Section 1, of the ital, this the 30th Cap-
I cause at the Court House for Hendry Range ?4 East; Constitution, for the year 1939 and July, A. D., 1938. day of t''

County, Florida, at LaBelle. Florida W% of the NEU of the NEJ,4 thereafter. Said title may be held by R. A. GRAY,
(Continued from page 1) on Monday, the Cth day of December. of Section 35 Township 43 South the entireties, jointly, or In common Secretary of State.
file room. A hallway to the rightof 1938. to answer the bill of complaintfiled Range 34 EastrE'fc II with others, and said exemption may
In paid cause, sis amended, else of the N'VJof the NEU be apportioned among such of the
the entrance leads past the rest. the allegations of said hill of com- of Section 35, Township 43 South, owners as shall reside thereon, as their ..-

rooms and into the drafting room plaint, as amended, will be taken Range 34. East; respective interests shall appear, but
is confessed by the said defendants.This EVt of the SWU of tie NEU no such exemption of more than Five
which occupies the entire north
order shall be published once of Section 35, Township 43 South Thousand Dollars shall be allowed to
wing. Seventeen windows on three "acn we..'r for four consecutive weeksIn Range 34 East: anyone person 01' any one dwelling

sides of this room provide for The Clewiston News, a newspaperof W% of the SWU of the NEU house, nor shall the amount of the not onq[ SAfE
allowed exceed
general circulation published In of Section 35. Township 43 South. exemption any person ,
ample lighting. Hendry County :Florida Range 34 East: the proportionate assessed valuation
based the interest owned by such
E% of the SEU of the NEU on
Concrete beams have been used DONE AND ORDERED this 27 day of Section 35 Township 43 South person. The Legislature may prescribe

for both the floor and the roof of October 1938. Range :34 East: appropriate and reasonable laws regu-

(SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL. W'fc of the SEU of the NE% lating the manner of establishing the'
which were pre-cast on the groundsand Clerk of the Circuit Court of Section 35, Township 43 South, right to said exemption.

on the concrete floor has been I for Ilendry: County Florida Range 31 East;

placed asphalt tile in contrasting I EVANS MERSHON & SAWYER, EI: of theE% of the NWU A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan
of Section 35, Township 43 South
colored squares. The plastered ceil-I Miami Florida. Range 34 East; Amendment to Section 21 of Article ,-. "
I Solicitors for Plaintiff of the Constitution of the State of
W& of the NEU of the 1'3 '
ings are on metal lath and the Oct. 28 Nov. 4, 11, 18. of Section 35 Township 43 South Florida Relating to the Publication of -

wall plaster on U. S. gypsum sheet- I Range 34 East; I' Notice of Intention to Pass Local or

E'2 of the SWU of the NWU Special Laws.
rock lath. A sand float finish was THE of Section 35, Township 43 South. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS-

put on .the plastering. Tho only IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP OF Range 34 East; LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLOR-
WJ$ of the SWU of the NWU IDA: That the fonowlngamendment but PROFITABLE
wood used is in doors, one or two FI.ORID.IX AND FOR IIKNDRY to Section 21 of Article 3 of the Con-
of Section 35
43 South
Township ,
thin partitions and a few wall Range 31 East: stitution of the State of Florida as

S2.1RECONSTRUCTION E% of the ,SEU of the NWU amended at the general election in
studs. The roof is of gravel on q-here are safe places for
FINANCE : of Section 35, Township 43 South, 1928 be, and the same is hereby agreedto .
heavy gypsum slab. Roof joists are CORPORATION, a corporation : Range 34 East; and shall be submitted for ratification your savings.n? a safe deposit

of Truscan steel There is approximately organized and existing under : W'/ of the SEU of the NWU or rejection by the qualified box, in government bonds, invested
the of Florida
laws of the United States : electors of the State votingat
3,000 square feet of floor Plaintiff, : of Range Section 34 35.East Township: 43 South, the general election to be Geld in here, etc. The principal difference

v. : November A. D. 1938: that is to say, is that HERE
space in the building. E'/i of the NEUof the S'\1,
your savings f
W P. ANDREWS And : that Section 21 of Article 3 of the a
of Section 35, Township 43 South
Landscaping work was scheduledto AUDREY; ANDREWS, his wi ft". : I Range 34 East; Constitution of the State of Florida generous profit for you... because 1
and others named in the bill, : shall be amended so as to read as
start this week and within a II Drfeiulants. __ : 1 N2 of the NWUi? 1 of the SWU follows: they work constantly end profitably, 1

short time the grounds of Section 35, Township 43 South, amply secured by
will be asattractive ORDER OF PUBLICATION Range 34 East; Section 21. In all cases enumeratedIn many homes. J

as all other government I It appearing by the sworn bill of SWU of the NWU of the SW% the preceding Section all laws
maintained properties here. complaint" filed herein that the plain- of Section 35, Township 43 South shall be general and of uniform oper-
tiff is entitled to an order of publication Range 34 East; ation throughout the S ate but In all Clewiston Federal
SEU of the NWU of the SWU cases not enumerated or excepted In

IT IS ORDERED thnt the defend of Section 35, Township. 43 South, that Section, the Legislature may pass
Half-Timber Houses I nnts Alice Baker, a widow; G. C. Range 34 East: special or local laws except as now

,The use of half-timber in houses Bantz as Trustee' and Mrs. G. C. W% -of the SWU of the SWU or hereafter otherwise provided In the Savings and LoanAssociation :
nantz. his wife; :Mary Burke and of Section 3.r, Township 43 South, I Constitution; PROVIDED that no .
became popular in the late Sixteenth Dennis W. Burke, her husband if Range 34 East. local or special bill shall be passed nor

century. alive: :Reinhardt 'V, Poerner and EVa of the SEU of the SWU shall any local er special law establishing -

Emma, Boerner, hip wife, If' aljve; of $SectlQi' 35, Township 43: South, or abolishing: municipalities, or