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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 4, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 12, NUMBER 47 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1938 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR I

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JT:: u. S. S. C. Begins New Harvest Season II,





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; Citizen To P.-T. A. Carnival Last Golf Tourney Sugar House Began j jI
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; Enjoyed By ManyA Will Start SoonThe Operating At 2:00 !


{> : Cast Ballot On Tuesday On Tuesday I II

jolly crowd of youngsters and last Everglades Championship i iI I

. adults, most of them appropriately event ofll the 1938 golf season, !

.- -. costumed, swarmed the recreation I i the Everglades Medal Championship Opening the sugar season sixteen

. The "off-year" general election Tigers Play LaBelle park Monday evening and contributed will get under way next\ Sun- days earlier than ever before, the I I
': : will be held next November I I
\ : Tuesday, sugar house of the United States
i to making the first Hallowe'encarnival I day at the Clewiston Golf Club.
8, and remembering the laxity Here Next Friday sponsored by the Parent- This closing event will be a 72 Sugar Corporation began operation I
of Florida voters in the past in Tuesday afternoon
"7 at 2:00 and on
Teacher Association a huge suc hole medal play affair lasting
voting in a general election after Wednesday
through four weeks of play. raw sugar was pour-
nominating their candidates in the cess.Wth ing into sacks to be weighed and
I Next Friday afternoon at 3:00 perfect weather conditions, Players will be required to regis-
Democratic the State
primaries, shipped to the refinery in Savan-
the Clewiston Tigers will meet the the carnival scene was lively by ter their intentions at the pro shop i
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Democratic Executive Committee is nah for conversion into Dixie Crys- I
Red Raiders of LaBelle in a six- dark and the hamburger, hot dog before playing a tournament round.

urging everyone to go to the man football game, the third home and drink stands provided supper I 36 holes must be played and enter- tals.A I
1' polls next Tuesday: to vote. This total of 2,934 :
\t. game this season. As it is a holidaythe for many who came early in order ed by November 20th. On this date negro harvest ,

\ county as most other Florida coun- game is being called earlier not, to miss any of the fun. players will be placed in groups of workers were employed the first
t ties has polled less than fifty per than usual and everyone is urgedto day of cutting and the number of I
eight and medal competition will
A grand march of costumed child-
cent vote in the past two general
white workers in the
come out and see the two county plantations i
continue that basis the balanceof
ren was held before the judge'sstand on
elections and it is to be hoped plus the white and
teams in action. negro sugar
the tourname'nt.Probably .
that the will be raised and appropriate prizes were:
percentage
LaBelle has had an elevenmanteam house employees brought the total I
considerably this awarded to Dick Owen. Anne Paf- the hot favorite to take
year. for two years and will un- close to four thousand for the be- : I
ford and Don Terrell for the medal title is G. Mc-
The only contested position on the best: new O.
doubtedly pick their six best men ginning of the season. This number !
the ballot is the race between Sen- costumes. Dick, who came garbedas Whorter of Belle Glade, present will be increased somewhat as the
for the team to play here. Coach j
an Okeechobee catfish, wore the holder of the Everglades Match
ator Claude the Democratic
Pepper,
Wakefleld; will also start, for the season progresses.For i
nominee for re-election and Thomas most original and striking creation. Play crown. The lanky Tennesseeanhas
first time, his star line-up. While a week or more prior to the
E. Swanson, his Republican op- Bingo games, fish ponds, pie and been playing some of the best
the Tigers will be playing a heavier beginning of the harvest on Monday -
his'career
ponent. None of/ the Democratic cake sales all proved most popular.A golf of of late.
and more experienced team they of this week negro laborers
county nominees have any opposi- nickleodeon furnished music at Others, however, who are givena 'I
feel confident'of adding another poured into Clewiston from Flor-
. tion and even though a space is intervals during the evening and fair chance of nosing out Mc- I
victory: to their string. ida, Georgia, the Carolinas and oth-
provided on the ballot for writing after the first hour tickets for \Vhorter, include Lou Betzner and
er southern states by known
in names it is not considered likely dancing were sold and open-air Arthur Wells of Belle Glade, little"Dod" every

that there is any threat to the School Loan Rejected dancing was enjoyed by many ou- VanLandingham of South method of conveyance. Some came
by private car, many came groupedon
election of these candidates from pies on the flood-lighted concrete Bay, Forrest Banning of Pahokee,
this source.Of By P. W. A. ; Board tennis courts. I Jack Barrett of Canal Point, and trucks, some hitch-hiked and on
Sunday the Atlantic Coast Line'sSugar
considerable importance. 'how- Although all expenses have, not the Shelley brothers of Clewiston, Cane Special making up at

ever, are the four constitutional Advertises For Bids been turned in to P.-T. A. officials, Emmett and Tom. Yemasee, S. C, brought in a total -

: amendments and particularly the it is estimated that more than a A $1.00 entry fee will be charged of 220 negro laborers. Some of

r third or school parity amendment. --"-- hundred dollars was cleared by the and trophies will be awardedin these boarded the train at Savan-

School interests are backing this Despite the fact that Clewiston'sschool event. all flights. nah and Jacksonville. It was evi-

amendment a hundred per cent for building application was dent sometime before the opening I

If passed it will make it possiblefor rejected by PWA officials in Washington -
date that there would be no short-
the legislature to raise the county school? board hat I
revenue
age of labor and. the steps taken
made plans for the construction of President Of Sugar CorporationWrites
to adequately care for the schools by the corporation to insure pleas-
.. the ,building and are advertising in
of the state. The other three am-[ ant living conditions for their col-
. endments considered worth this issue, of the ,News for bids ..
are ,
Letter To ored employees returns a large per-
< while. I to be' received on December third. Employees s -
harvest
centage to the Everglades each -
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The board expects to proceed im-
.. The Clewiston polling place will season.
be the City Hall opening at 8:00a. mediately with building and hopesto I The sugar corporation has the

.. m. and closing at sun-down. have the auditorium' completedso BITTING SAYS CROP RESTRICTIONS -.. prohibition of, production of sugar, largest acreage of cane to harvest

Precinct officials are: Mrs. L. C. the Class of 39 may hold its WILL REDUCE EMPLOYMENT a non-surplus crop, your Corporationhas this year ever grown in the 'glades

Miller, clerk; Gratton George, Eva graduation exercises there. .IN AREA been one of the largest, if not and the season is expected to run

Grantham and Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Formal notice of rejection from -- the largest, taxpayer in Florida. considerably longer than any pre-

;1iA) inspectors. I Washington officials of Public "Today we start our Eighth Har- Since organization ,your corpor-(!I vious season. However- the an-

Works Administration of Hendrycounty's vest and in such fact we may all take ation has caused to be paid and salis'tied nouncement that the Federal Sugar

application for loan and 'well justified pride. We have proved more than $3,000,000 of State Act would require the reduction of
Do You Want These?
: grant of funds with which to con- :. the right of The Everglades to, supply and local taxes, and about $1,500- acreage by 25 per cent during the

struct a high school building In a substantial portion of the sugar 000 of Federal:taxes, including pro- coming season took away a great

Clewiston was received by the I. of the United .States. cessing and excise taxes on Sugar.
: I'ljy J as. M. Couse requirements deal of the joy of everyone in view-
county school board in a special "During the past year over $1,000- "The average daily earnings of employees ing this longer season ahead.
(Ed Note: The following is an
session Tuesday in LaBelle. The
' 000 ,of new construction has been has shown a constant and house workers are work-
Sugar
:iy !; article prepared by Att'y Couse to
\ board was notified from PWA head-
( increase and at the same time
provided in the area in which your steady ing in three shifts of eight hours
. in simple language the four
phrase
' : : quarters "our examiners are unableto
.. work-
:,', Corporation conducts its operations, the average number of hours each at the present time. The effectof
--sconstitutional; 'amendments to be "
. approve your application. and of such amount Corporationhas ed per day has decreased. Considering bill
. :Y your the wage and hour on sugar
," voted next Tuesday and tot
upon
Other of
ways and means con- than 40 cent. the fair value of the many per-
provided more per house labor has not ,as yet been
r., show why should go to the
:; you structing this greatly needed build-
-. Most of the balance is due, more or quisites furnished, the employees of learned.A .
f' ;> :;-:4: polls and express an opinion, one ing were discussed. A bond issueof
: }, less directly or indirectly, to the fact United States Sugar Corporation receive view of the giant sugar house
: ;
another these
: : way or on ques $50,000 was authorized by an
< that the operations of your Corpo- the highest wages paid sugar while operating is still a great at-

,"....' h..;'.". ,. tions.) election last Spring by' special school ration have been successful. 'Such workers in any area, or portion of (Continued on page eight) I
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district number 7, (the Clewiston
: construction work has given gainful area, supplying the sugar require-
',', : F:'. 1. Benefits. of the homestead district). $33,000 of these bonds employment to many who would oth- ments of the United States. Plan
"i.-.%, have been validated in legal E. D. D. Continues
< : exemption extended to cover per- proper erwise be idle and has materially as- "United States Sugar Corporationhas
\ :'\:: :"' reside their home Circuit W. 1'.
:". sons who in or process by Judge sisted in relieving the unemployment encouraged the production of Dist.At

, ,:,," whose property is occupied by one Harrison. problem of the nation. sugar-cane by the independent farm- For Re-financing .

,'" 't?: legally or natur- At the suggestion of C. E. Miner -
.: or more persons "Despite the restrictions, on, and (Continued on page four)
, ''>> ally dependent upon them. lewiston member of the school board of
of the
meeting
,:,'-:',: 2. Notice of all 'special or local board, the members decided to pro- a
'! '. :' laws affecting the creation abolish- Continued on page four) directors of the Everglades Drain-
WIN 57.14FROM
TIGERS
: HARRIS IS SPEAKERAT age District in Miami Monday, attended -
ing or government and powers of
Clewiston
E. Beardsley, -
by J.
. .: municipalities to be advertised ,prior
Beardsley AnnouncesReal member of the board a report
. ', to passage of such law as must KIWANISMEETING FORT lYERS
was heard from Frank Rails, special -
,>. :.'., :::: now be done for' other local or spec- Estate TransfersJ. I I appraiser who handled the am-
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ial laws. .
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ended plan for refinancing the Indebtedness -
: /r:; 3. Full for the legislature Dick Owen)
power Charles K. Harris, of Palm (By of the district before
',-:' ) 'to' raise revenue' for the benefit of E. Beardsley has announceda Beach, ranking No. 8 tennis player After four quarters of clean, hard the Reconstruction Finance Corpo-
:
:\' ." /" '. public free schools. number of real estate transfers of the United States two years fighting, Clewiston turned their ration in Washington. The plan

.S :f;:: 4. Organization, qualifications here by his office during the past ago and No. 15 last year, made a third game this year into a decisive which called for a loan to the district -

','. and the standard of retirement, few dajs. most interesting address to Clewis- victory Over Fort Myers. The of approximately five million

'suspension and discharge, organizing Foster Meredith has purchased ton Kiwanians and a large numberof I game was played Thursday after- dollars was rejected by the RFC.

arming, governing and disciplining Lots ,7 and 8 in Block 173 and ex- visitors the regular dinner noon on the local field' and the In his report Mr. Rails stated

of the Florida National Guardto pects to begin immediate construc- meeting Wednesday at the Clewis- final score wag 57-14. I I' that the commitment made by the

be in harmony and accordancewith tion of a $4,000 home on the ton Irin. Although the game was classi-'i RFC on the first loan two years

the acts of Congress and the property. M. T. Ironmonger, Fort After congratulating Clewistonon tied as a runaway for Clewiston' ago for $3,279,000 still held good

regulations of the U. S. War Department Lauderdale architect formerly with line-men were very available to
their fine concrete courts Mr. I the Fort Mjcrs and that amount was
c i' pertaining thereto, and the U. S. Engineers here, Is designing Harris stated that he regretted very I effectivo as well as their back- the district if the bondholders could

In accordance with the general the home. much field. of Fort Myers is to to accept that
being unable to bring a team I Murphy be prevailed upon
5 specifications of the U. S. Wdr De- Lots 10 to 15 In Block 543, high- from Palm Beach here at this timeto be complimented for his brilliant amount for the nine and a half

partment.By way frontage has been sold for Mrs. play some exhibition matcheson playing, scoring both of Fort My- million in bonds outstanding. Con-

Lillian Houck, of Los Angeles. Mr. 1 the Clewiston courts. The rea- ers' touchdowns. ferences are being arranged to beheld

, joint resolution of the two Beardsley could not divulge the son for this, he said, was that ho Soon after the kick-off the Tig- some time this month by the
houses of the 1937 Legislature the name of the new owner. I first touchdownand Bondholder's Committee -
.1 had been picked by the U. S, ers scored their board with the
1 foregoing four proposed constitu- For J. V. Barron, Watertown, Lawn Tennis Association as one continued to hold an increasIng and other bondholder rep-

tional amendments above outlined -N. Y., lots 8 and 9 in block 170 of four to make a round-the-world lead to the end. Stone, captain resentatives in an effort to secure

< will be submitted for rejection or I were sold. The name of the new good will tour leaving Los Angeleson of the Tigers scored three touchdowns a lower settlement which the UFO
. acceptance in the general electionto owner was not given but it is
\ November 11. The four will Ford two, Redish one and will approve.An .

be held next .Tuesday, November I understood that a substantial im- stop at Honolulu, Shanghai, India Owen crossed the double strip twice, application to PWJA by a unit
8. Whether these changes will be provement will be made. lateral for a grant
, I and Paris to play exhibition matches once after intercepting a of Pompano growers
made depends entirely upon the Two lots in block 462 were sold I and will return to New York In pass, the outstanding play of the for the excavation of a canal con-

consideration given; them by Flor- for Mrs. Flora Max of Jackson about three months. After this time afternoon. necting the Pompano and the North

\., ida citizens and their approval or ville.J. he promised to bring a team to Points after touchdown for Clew- News' River Canal, was approved.The .

,.4' ,Isapproval as shown at the polls. M. Couse purchased ten acres Clewiston for exhibitions.Mr. iston were credited to Vaughn for district agreed to rent, in
') :',The legislature }has a whole believed in Section 23 south of its
I Hooker'sPoint Harris demonstrated severalof six, all on drop-kicks and Lolley furtherance of this project,
4.1'fi. that amendments would and adjacent \' his present > which Is stored at Miami -
these : the commonly used racquet grips foe one on a pass. Fort Myers dredge now
t ( d on page 8) I cane plantings '
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At Least Five Tax Measures UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL



To Get Congressional Hearing SUNDAY Lesson milesGiveAway
O Rheumatism and arthritis ,
By HAROLD i.. 'uNuyuibi. o. L. \
Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof
often traced to infected W. La Dine Chicago. !
,By Joseph Western Newspaper Union. !I

teeth. Proper care important. Betty-Why don't you mend that !I

JTHE White Hou'se.Inconveniently struck in May, 1937. To correct pos- Lesson for November 6 tear in your coat? "
-By Dr. James W. Barton sible technical errors, NLRB quickly Topsy-Because a' hole lookslike I
election
close to
withdrew its first order and held
HONORING OUR PARENTS the result of an accident, but '
evidence that infected day have come piecemeal reportsand more hearings which critics termed I.
is the of !
offhand predictions concerningthe ,"star chamber" proceedings. What a patch sign poverty.
or tonsils cause some situation. When LESSON TEXT-Exodus 20:12: ; Luke 2: I I
S. fiscal
U.
NLRB gained by its second five- 46-52 I
; John 19:26. 27; Ephesians 614.
cases of rheumatism or arthritis President Roosevelt talks finance month hearing is a mystery, since a GOLDEN TEXT-Honor thy father and Modern girls rouge in haste and j
is not now disputed be- before congress on January 3, he I new order-substantially the same thy mother: that thy days may be long repaint at leisure.
upon the land which the Lord thy God
cause nearly every family, in may ask almost anything. But right -was handed down recently. The givetb thee.-Exodus 20:12. ,\ 'j I

their own home or in the homesof now, as the President' busies him- result may be an important test of Witching HourBertieHa \
self with budget planning, he can NLRB's power, for Republic Steel The splendid obedience of parentsto It is midnight, the I
relatives, has observed one be guided by facts and forecasts: has already filed an appeal with the their children has been pointedout moment when miracles happen. I ;

or more of such cases. Facts: Despite upswinging busi- U. S. circuit court of appeals. What as one of the remarkable developments Gertie-I think- I '

Pyorrhea-infected gumsisalso ness, the U. S. treasury deficit for stuck in many an impartial observ of modern life. No, we Bertie-There, didn't I tell youf!. !

known to be a cause of the current fiscal year jumped above er's gullet; was NLRB's denial of have not made a mistake in writingor

one billion dollars,October 20, leap- the Republic contention that many in typesetting. We mean just GAME IN THE MAKING \ ,
arthritis.For ing forward several million dollarsa workers should not be reinstated be- what we say-the obedience of par-

some time research day.: Gold reserves, mounting cause they engaged in violence. An- ents to their children. In all too i ii i

workers have suspected the since the European scare, hit $14- swered NLRB: "It'must be remem- many homes God's order has been i1r I

sinuses as also being a causeof 008,236,361. Revised, the 1939 fiscal bered that the acts of which the respondent reversed and instead of honoringand It II

arthritis. These little caverns or deficit prediction stands at $3,984- (Republic) complains were obeying their parents, children I
second in New Deal committed (both and old) have taken
cavities are situated in the bones 000,000, largest by strikers in the heat young
about the nose and history. By next June 30, when the and turmoil of bitter industrial the place of "boss," and mother

form the soundingbox strife, in which the threat of vio- and father must obey if they want i
lence the of the and rest.
for the voice. on part respondent peace
against the strikers was ever pres- The need for our lesson of todayis i
We are all familiar
. 0 ry:, ent and frequently carried into exec both great and acute. The future
with the flat nasal
or "
c tion." happiness of hundreds of thousandsof "Say, Speck, here's a fine pool "
tone of the 'voice children (Eph. 6:3)) and'the pres- table and plenty of balls, let's ) !

when these cavernsare DomesticThe ent welfare of thousands of neglected scout around and find the cues." 1-
filled with
mu- and boss-ridden parents will depend J
How- new wage-hour law affectingthe
cous or pus. on the intelligence and faith-
ever, unless the pa- lives of some 11,000,000 people
is
fulness with which this lesson
C tient had an active engaged in interstate commerce industries Wait Mother-
hon-
taught in our churches, and the
inflammation of a si- has goner" into effect with and ,
k'a' esty of heart with which men
nus-sinusitis the : much less bluster and coercion'than
women study and receive its truth.
Dr. Barton fact that a sinus the ill-fated NRA. Placing a floor Ask Your
without active in- (25 cents an hour)under wages, anda I. The Command of God (Exod.

flammation could cause arthritiswas z ceiling (44 a week) over hours, the 20:12).

not suspected. act brings pay raises to 750,000 peo- The first and most important con-
Dr. Lee M. Hurd, New York Poly- : T l ple, with shorter hours for 1,500,000more. sideration to come before us is- Doctor First

clinic Hospital and Medical school, Responsible for the act's what is the mind and will of the

in Medical Clinics of North America smooth inauguration has been Administrator Maker of us all regarding this mat-

says that he believes that acuteor Elmer F. Andrews, ter of the relation between parents

chronic sinus infection aggra- whose slow-moving policy has left .and children? His'words are plainwe -

vates or is the cause of many cases many employers puzzled over their are to "honor" our fathers and

of chronic arthritis because he has compliance requirements, but has our mothers.
observed many cases of arthritis in nevertheless been a potent force in I I The word "honor" carries with it

his own practice that were benefitedby encouraging peace between govern. a great many things, but perhaps

the removal of sinus infection. SECRETARY MORGENTHAUCoolest ment and business. Since NRA was : the three outstanding elements are

of all concerned outlawed because it attempted to respect, obedience, and affection.We .
Sinus Treatment Successful. regulate intrastate as well as inter- I should' look up to them with %__XyOV Rf
Thus in a group of 400 consecutive fiscal year'' ends, the U. S. public state commerce, the administration ; high regard, obey them as long as

cases of arthritis seen in office debt will hit$40,000,000,000,comparedwith hopes each state will formulate its they have the authority over us, and

practice, there was some X-ray evidence $16,800,000,000 in June, 1931. own fair labor act, thereby makingthe show true affection for them.II. .

of sinus infection in 68 per Forecast: Though "pumppriming" national-state program com- The Example of Jesus (Luke

cent, the majority of which gave no will help business, the 1940 budget plete. But wage-hour regulation= is 2:46-52).

history of symptoms of sinus trou- will be unabalanced. Only by con- due for headaches before its numer- The fact that Jesus was God man-

ble at the time of examination. Of tinued hold spending a'mass can vote the for administration the 1940- ous "bugs" are removed. At Austin, ifest in the flesh only enhances the Never give your children unknown

those who were then given sinus election, thereby forestalling the Texas, where several thousand low- glory of His'conduct.. He who is "Bargain" remedies take unless -
treatment-medical or surgical-80 salaried shellers were thrownout of obedi-
pecan divine presents an example
normal swing to Republicanism. But ask doctor.A .
per cent showed various degrees of of work, and in Puerto Rico, ence and consideration both as boy you your
it is
far painful to than
more
improvement in their arthritic pay where 120,000 more workers were and man which we do well to emu- mother may save a few pennies
file the bill and
merely nextwinter's
symptoms, which seems to prove away ousted, laborers wondered if low late. giving her children unknown prep
that sinus infection is a definite congressmen will presentat weren't better than none. arations. But a child's life is pre-
The
wages .
1. As a boy (Luke 2:46-52)
cause of arthritis. Dr. Hurd per- least five new methods of making cious beyond pennies. So-Ask your
"in wisdom
observed and treated the John Public pay: boy Jesus, increasing doctor before you give any remedyyou
sonally (1)) A 10 per cent "one shot" in- PoliticsIn and stature and in favor with God don't know all about.
and
majority of these cases can come tax levy to garner $263,000,000 an organization the size of and man," (v. 52) had come to His And when giving the common .
that
substantiate the statement
needed for increased armament; (2)a 'WPA, corruption will creep in regardless twelfth year and with His parentshad children's remedy, milk of magnesia t... \ t,
when the sinus infection was relieved -
processing tax to pay for the of who holds the reins. gone up to ,Jerusalem to cele- always ask for "Phillips"Milk
either by medicine or sur- agriculture department's proposed Spasmodically pecking away at New brate the Passover. There movedin of Magnesia.

gery the patient was greatly bene- "domestic dumping" program for Deal prestige for three years, corruption .- His heart the conviction that He Because for three, generations
fited, some becoming entirely free of His Father's ha 'been favored by many
crop ,surpluses; (3) removal of tax has again raised its ugly must now be about Phillips' ?
reliable
standard
arthritic symptoms.The and physicians as a ,
exemption from future issues of fed- head at the crucial election time. business-an altogether proper
point then is that in search- and proved preparationmarvelously -
eral, state and local bonds, also on In New Jersey, where Fascist-like commendable purpose but one gentle for youngsters.
ing for the cause of rheumatism or for the moment in
which resulted
official salaries; (4) extension of Mayor Frank Hague of Jersey Cityis children like Phillips' in
arthritis than the mouth- Many
more This
social security to include farm laborers the Democratic party's head man, separation from His parents. the newer form-tiny peppermint-
,teeth, tonsils, and gums-should be domestics, bank employees, indictments have been returned was far more serious than a physi- flavored tablets that chew like

examined. SLow seamen, self-employers,* etc.; ((5) against 16 corporations and 32 per- cal separation, for we read that they candy. Each tablet contains the
lowering of income tax exemptionsunder sons. The charge: conspiracy to did not understand Him (v. 50). equivalent of one teaspoonful of the
Back Pain $1,000.Coolest defraud WPA of $250,000 in purchaseof Tragic indeed are the consequencesof liquid Phillips.' 25 j? for a big box.

Treatment of all concerned with fiscal sand and stone. our failure to understand our chil- A bottle of Phillips' liquid Milkof
ExplainedIn dren. Notice, however, that Jesus Magnesia costs but 25$??. Soanyone -
affairs has been the man in direct But a much more distasteful case
of low back pain due to Himself from their afford the genuine. Careful
cases did not withdraw can
has arisen in New Mexico wherea
charge, Secretary of the Treasury ,
injury-swinging at a golf, tennis, Henry Morgenthau ''Jr. .Unworried crusading grand jury returned indictments watch care, nor refuse to obey them mothers. ask!\ for it by itsfull, name
or baseball and missing it, lifting a 73 even though they failed to under- 'Phillips'MilkofMagnesia. @
by mounting gold reserves, he has against persons
weight, stepping downward when the Him. Equally tragic are the
chosen not to deny the hope that charged with making political cap- stand MILK OF MAGNESIA i
ground was thought to be level, applying next year's budget may be bal- ital of WPA. Behind this wicked results of hasty and bitter separa- PHILLIPS'
the foot brake to ''a ,'motorcar anced. picture stands Democratic Sen. tions brought about by the disobedience *IN LIQUID OR TABLET FORM iI i

or other conditions-it has been Dennis Chavez, who, like every oth- of children. I

found that the joint between the War er senator, has wangled every pos- 2. As a man (John 19:26, 27). French SlanguageThe I

last spine bone..or sacrum and the sible cent of WPA cash for his home The value of our lesson will be French language surpassesall i

hip bone or ilium has been pulled With 42,000 troops, Japan covered state. New Mexico's indictments greatly reduced if we see only the other languages in slang vo-

slightly apart. This is called sacro- 100 miles in nine days, capturing naturally do not touch Senator Cha- responsibility of children while they cabulary, says Collier's.

iliac sprain. The usual treatmentby Canton without dropping a single vez, but they strike very close to are young. We are the children 'of

orthopedic and osteopathic phy- bomb. Such peaceful aggression has home. Among indictees are his sister our parents as long as we and they 1

sicians is to ,bend knee into abdo- hitherto been'unheard of in the Chi- his son-in-law and his cousin. live. Being grown up and having a HANDY flame l/4.e4 JARS 1'1'M '

men, then have the patient (assistedby nese war, giving rise to charges ofa The charge: use of threat and in- family of one's own does not relieveone 5< I

the physician) straighten his leg Cantonese "sellout." British, timidation against WPA employees] of the precious responsibility of OLllNE AND

out forcibly.A whose nearby crown colony of Hong- .. care for one's parents. Jesus was ( JELLY
"' '" "" """.w SNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM
method that may prove of great kong is seriously damaged by the dying on the cross, His brethren
help to these sufferers with sacro- new Japanese conquest, claim the yr:3.4: apparently still regarded Him in unbelief -

iliac sprain is described by Dr. A. military governor of Canton be- / ''9 YYE and His mother now neededa Reign of Ages

H. Warner in Journal of Bone and trayed his trust for a handsomefee. son to care for her. Even in His At 20 years of age, the will

Joint Surgery, Boston. Communistic Chinese choose dying agony Jesus remembers to reigns; at 30, the wit; and at 40,

"The inner tube of a tire is placed instead to blame Generalissimo Chi- commit her to the care of His be- ; the judgment.-Gratian., !

around the footboard of the bed- ang Kai-shek for withdrawing Can- : loved disciple, John. One marvels

stead at the level of the upper sur- ton's crack troops into the Hankow at the carelessness and hardness of WNU-7 4438BLACKMAN

face of the mattress. Two loops, battle sector. heart that will permit men and

about eight inches in diameter and But these squabbles have become women who have time, and money

made of canvas tape or a trouser secondary to China's completely despairing for everything else and yet will neg- ,

belt, encircle the inner tube per- picture. With both Canton lect their aged parents and even I

pendicular to its length (at right and Hankow in their grab bag, Japs shunt them off into a public institu-

angles). The feet of the patient are intend to push on until all Chinese tion for care. Notice the promisethat
POULTRY
placed in the loops, so that the tape opposition crumbles. Generalissimo F* accompanies the command of STOCK and

hooks above the ankles and across Chiang, is ready to resign, and the a'1 God (Exod. 20:12: Eph. 6:3). MEDICINES

the upper part of the toes. The two brave nation's amazing defense is III. The Admonition of Paul (Eph.

loops are about 18 inches apart. The about to crumble under internal 6:1-4)). SAFE and SUREDlackman's

foot of the bed is raised and the patient strife. Y This matter of honoring and obey- Medicated
pulls himself toward the headof Virtually sneering at Great Brit- ing parents "is right," says Paul. It Lick-A-Btik

the bed (now lower than the foot) ain's" charge of a Cantonese "sell- is the Lord's way. Only if parents Blackman's Stock Powder
sufficiently to apply tension on the out, angry Chinese trace their fast- command their children to do wick- Blackman's Cow Tonic

rubber inner tube. In this way the sinking morale directly to Great edness would there be ground for Blackman's Hog Powder "

patient's body weight opposes the Britain's own "sellout" at Munich, disobedience to parents. Apart from Blackman's Poultry Powder

pull of the inner tube. This position when it became apparent the British such circumstances every parent Blackman's Poultry Tablets
lion was unwilling to help' NEW MEXICO'S CHAVEZ the child'sobedience. Blackman's Lice Powder
can be maintained for hours ala anyone. has the right to expect
struck close home.
Lightning to
time without discomfort to the pa NONE FINER-LOWEST COST

tient. It will usually be found necessary Labor enforced political contribution on I There is tremendously important Satisfaction Guaranteedor

for the patient to pull him. Second only to taxation in unpopu- pain of discharge for noncompli- truth' on the other side of the pic Your Money Backl

self 'down' to the head of the bed I larity among U. S. industrialists is ance, enforced membership in po- ture. Parents are not to provoke BUY FROM YOUR DEALER,

every once in a while, as the innei the national labor relations board, litical clubs disguised as "social" their children to anger, to disrespector BLACKMAN STOCK MEDICINE Co. ., ,,, I
tube pulls him up the other way." which last April 9 ordered Republic organizations and diversion of WPA disobedience. How much we need CHATTANOOGA TENNESSEEHEALTH ",, I II I

(i; Bell Syndlcate.-WNU Service. Steel to reinstate 5,000 workers who funds for personal rse. -.' God's grace at the point. I II




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Whether Hollywood producers need doubles for dangerous roles, <

-or insects or animals for atmosphere, their icants can be suppliedat ..
almost a moment's notice. This constant striving for reality has its 'soft, semi-solid texture makes
C. Houston Goudiss Describes Food Value an excellent transitional food.
made vocations out of many an avocation. Imitators find a ready
market-ichen needed-for their specializations. Collectors can rent With toddlers and school chil-
and Versatility of Gelatin Outlines dren, gelatin the carrier and
;
out their menageries, early vintage or imported cars and other "extender"-provides a splendid

';' \}':" objects needed for "props" or "gags" in colossal or just spectacular Its Many Uses in the Diet method for offering foods that are
'
: ': productions. Jack' Lipson disliked. Vegetables that draw

' j, (above) is the man with the By C. HOUSTON GOUDISSWHEN forth protests when presented in
thumb that is the envy of all the usual fashion are eaten with
hitch-hikers. It brings him $50 a we try to appraise the nutritional values of any relish when molded into a spar-

day when used as a comedy gag, in comparison with others, as a rule-we have kling: limeor lemon-flavored ,sal
which''isn't bad money for wary I a difficult task. Most foodstuffs are composed of so many ad. The coarse texture of certainraw

:{J\': ing a finger around. different substances that what is lacking in one will be sup- and cabbage vegetables, or, such the tart as carrots flavorof

plied by another, and making comparisons may thereforebe some fruits, may likewise be
f r k YYw misleading as well as futile. But there is one food whichis modified by serving them in a

} outstanding, not only because it is far less complex than gelatin base.

d ? x c I most others, but because it is<. And it doesn't require statistics
from nursery schools to tell mothers -
,, I no exaggeration to say ,that<1 Nutritionists recognize gelatinas how readily children eat gela-
without it, some of us mightnot I a food possessing many unique tin desserts when they are bril-
in the diet andit
be alive, and ,those of us advantages daily liant with color and flavored with
is prescribed by physicians fora
.. w 2 y.'. who are alive would obtain orange, raspberry, cherry, straw-
variety of special diets. New-
berry or other well liked flavors.
r far less enjoyment from our born babies for
r f \ example, are Every mother knows this from her .
existence. sometimes given a gelatin-sugar-
daily
own experience-and I rather sus-
That food is gelatin! 'salt solution which provides readi- pect that mothers describe
._. .'_ ...."'..... 4/----< ly available protein to raise the many
these attractive molded dessertsas
'. of the blood. Whenan
level
Above S. W. Allman who protein the prize to be won in return
EjImi: What Is Gelatin? infant cannot readily digest
for cleaning the plate of the main
gathers bats, spiders, bugs and Gelatin is a protein food which milk, owing to the formation of course!
snakes, examines part of his col- carrier binder hard curds the doctor \
)' 745 ck: has no equal as a may rec-
:!!;::t ,- lection of tarantulas. At one time Y and "extender" ofa ommend the addition of 1 per cent In the Diet
Reducing
:/: (. 'l he had a call for a dozen big bats wide variety of of gelatin' dissolved in the milk. Both men and women who are

,>Vj, : from a producer who didn't leant other nutritive ma- ,This usually causes it to be as- counting their calories, in an effort -

/:',:. : to make a $400 trip to Arizona terials. Chemically similated easily and satisfactorily.When to avoid overweight, or to '
-' it is classed it comes time to changea
as
-
,: for them. Allman visited a mine reduce, can profit by taking gela-
i colloid which baby's food 'from liquids to solids -
a ,
near Los Angeles and returned tin salads and desserts, which sat-
means that in solu- gelatin also proves useful, for
with eight bats, renting them for isfy hunger without providing unwanted -
tion, it can be removed -
$5 a piece. Right, Slicker, the from its solvent fuel value.In .
Building, Maintaining cases of digestive disturb-
trained seal final instructions
gets: by filtration.It .
from Trainer II. W. Winston -, Mn:,. .mrrrH.xrov .i YS' rb:" is because of Healthy TeethBy ance, gelatin is frequently recom- ,
n; u
mended because of its bland taste,
before entering the sound this that it is so and because it leaves no residuein
stage to begin performing. useful in producing C. HOUSTON GOUDISS the lower intestinal tract.

>.o".L.N,.'=__' "m _.__....... smooth, deliciousice It is an alarming fact that almost This same splendid food .is also
/ creams and other dainties, every adult in this great land advised by doctors when a high
free from ice crystals. of ours is affected by some formof protein diet is desired to speed
Gelatin is an almost pure pro- oral disease, and that more growth, or during convalescencefrom
tein-a kind of protein known as than 90 per cent of our school an illness. Gelatin may be

1C\ = = = an albuminoid. It is not a complete -- children have decayed teeth. A added to broths, milk, fruit and
1 protein, because it is deficient prominent medical authority,made vegetables, and these, in turn,
in three of the amino acids the statement that'if dental decay may be incorporated in, solidified
: that are necessary both to support became rare, instead of almost gelatin. I
growth and repair body tissues. In universal, more than half of all Indeed, this many-sided food-
this it differs from meat, cheese, sickness would be eliminated. I stuff has come to play such a
fish, eggs and milk, which are Remarkable and widely herald-j wide and varied role in nutrition, j
,1X known as complete proteins.It ed advances have been not only by itself but by enhanc-

JH;, ....>.:-7Rnr cannot be used as the sole our knowledge of how to control ing the value of other foods, thatit
source of protein in the diet, be- and prevent many dangerous and must be numbered among the
cause those three missing amino debilitating diseases. A decayed products that help to increase na-
,:% acids are necessary for the, for- tooth is a poison factory, distributing tional health and vigor.
mation of new body tissue. But it its noxious product to every
/ r. is especially rich in lysine, one of part of the body. In the body,
the protein building stones that is that poison attacks and centersin I Questions AnsweredMrs. I

\ particularly important in the diet tbe weakest spot. It may lead
of children. Experiments indicate to. neuritis, rheumatic ailments,
"' .r, IT S. B. L.-Even in the
o so-
that no other amino acid can'takethe dyspepsia, or duodenal ulcers. It

__ /,'iGN.f'.. N''" __.___..., _.., .. place of lysine and that it may even be a contributing cause called goiter belt, simple goiter
nmm. s' d nv7
+ C6lNn
Ittt4i4'''''"'''''' be prevented by the
usually
must be furnished by the food if of heart disease. I may
I
No spine where the spine should be Lionel Comport, whose adequate nutrition is to be main- Only a small percentage of our administration of small amountsof
.
iodine before
specialty is supplying swaybacked horses for "gag" purposes, measures tained. population is yet aware of the far- and to every adolescence young girl,and-
during ,
the his That coupled with the fact thatit reaching effects of teeth upon
spine
dip of one of equine freaks. From top to bottom, also to expectant and nursing
is and easily di- health. There is close relation-
non-irritating a
it's an ll\ 'inch drop. Nature, it seems, has provided this nag with mothers. The amount required is
accounts for the between healthy teeth and
large ship
.. gestible
its r." 'Mp, hrina'ns Mr. Comport $15 a day for his rental. part it plays in the diet of infants healthy bodies, and between decayed quite small and may be given bya

____ _________....'....m..h_ n__________ and young children teeth and sickly. bodies. physician in the form of iodized -
By learning something of the salt.
for Miss A. M. G.-Bran is consid-
importance of caring properly
How It Is Made the_ teeth, some men and womenof ered an excellent source of both
t r Contrary to old wives' tales, gelatin middle age look and feel younger iron and phosphorus.
WNU-C.. Houston Goudiss 1938-35.
Yf 2 is not made from hoofs and than their parents did at the
/ / r / 2 k'k
horns. In fact, there is no gelatinin same age.I .
hoofs or horns. It is extracted have endeavored in many of
from connective tissue in the skins the WHAT TO EAT AND WHY POSITIVELY!
and from the bones of food ani- articles, which have appeared in

mals. this newspaper over my signature,
Every homemaker who has to point out the close relationship "Luden's are 'double-

,,I' made soup by simmering a between diet and dental disease; barrelled'..you get
knuckle bone for hours, and has between frequent ,and thorough soothing relief pita an ? "S i
found the soup "jellied" after brushing of the teeth with an efficient alkaline factor." L I
standing overnight in the refrigerator dentifrice so as to remove "
has prepared gelatin on a all food particles, and strong, Cbemlit CHARLES, New LEWIS YorkLUDEN'S, I
small scale. The same principlesare beautiful teeth.I .
followed by the gelatin manu- have received many letters
psr' facturer, only he operates in a from readers of these articles,
r/ much larger food kitchen, and showing that homemakers are
each step of the preparation is eager for sound, authoritative ad- MENTHOL COUGH DROPS 5
scientifically controlled so as to vice on the proper care of the i
insure a uniform finished product. teeth. To help these and other
Gelatin is sold in two forms: readers to know how to properlycare Small Part
v y N the unflavored, granulated prod- for their teeth, I have pre- Who knows only his own side of
r' 'A 1' 2' ,0 uct which requires the additionof pared a booklet on BUILDINGAND the case knows little of that.

_____n_- n,._ ._-__ _......._- .4i flavoring, and when used for MAINTAINING HEALTHY
dessert purposes, sweetening; and TEETH which I am offering KILLS
Two more different ways of earning a livelihood a la Hollywood. the gelatin dessert powders which FREE, because I feel so stronglythat "BlackLeaf40
.Mary Wiggins (left) examines the scrapbook filled with pictures of contain added sugar, color, flavor this information should be in

some of the stunts in which she has taken part. She thinks nothing and fruit acid. So popular are every home, knowing as I do, that Go-BNtIi Ap lor,
of running a motorcycle through a fence, and her specialty is high these convenient gelatin desserts, the salvation of the human race m.kn BUCK1L1710' ,
M 'it and fire diving. Right, Cliff Jones shows some of the grasshoppers that ,bout 10,000,000 pounds of gel- may lie in saving their teeth. Ad- JUST DASH A IN FEATHERS7? CO MUCH FAATHn ,

he rounded up for a "plague" scene. He gathered 35 barrels of the atin are used annually for this dress, C. Houston Goudiss, 210 S. OR SPREAD ON ROOSTS
bugs, each containing 200,000 grasshoppers purpose. Desplaines St., Chicago, Ill.






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The Clewiston News I GARDEN CLUB PLANS PARTY I struction of sugar-cane a non-sur-j two extra points and was the only I TVOTICH .:::;;(".

-= --- I I plus, or Import, crop, has an even conversion of the afternoon.The :'': ':':-
The first benefit ever given by' greater historical significance. With Tigers scored both their tallies Notice is hereby given that the :" ', ;
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Board of Public Instruction, of : :,
Published every Friday In Clewlston, the Clewiston Garden Club will I warehouses and barns overflowing in the second quarter one County, Florida will, on the Hendry third- ..';,'t"
Florida, by the CLBWISTON NEWS, be a card party which the clubis I with surplus supplies of other crops made by Morris Ford on a pass day of December, 1938, receive sealed ,< ::

Inc sponsoring on Thursday, Novem-I and the dire need of our people for from: Stone and the second by Stoneon certain proposals school for the building construction at Clewiston.of a ,:"' ': ,

ber 10th at the Inn. Tickets are self-supporting and self-respecting a long end run. Florida in accordance with plans and
KEATHLEY BOWDEX" Editor 50 cents, and bridge and Michiganwill gainful employment to supply the specifications now on file in the
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The Parketon boys, brothers, office of L. Phillips Clark, architect
be played. Tickets may be secured means necessary to assist in consum- West Palm Beach Florida.
playing in the halfback positionsfor
Entered as second class mall matter from any club member. ing such surpluses it seems strange All proposals should be addressed '
February 1, 1927. at the Post Office In I Boca Grande were outstandingin to R. A. Graves, Superintendent
The Club hopes to plan a pro- indeed that the production of a non- of
Clewlston, Florida, under the Act ot their play for their team. Jas.: Public Instruction. Hendry County, ... .
March 3, 1897. ject of civic value to work toward surplus crop must be curtailed and Winn a.nd'lIunselle Stone shared Florida, LaBcllo. Florida and marked .">"
this year, and the funds from the additional thousands deprived of Proposals for the Construction of ':",
honors for ball carrying for the ,
benefit will be used largely for their means of livelihood., It is School Building. .... ')
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Subscription Rate $:00 Per Year. Tigers and Waldron, Brantley and The Board '
reserves the right to
this to be hoped that the new
AdveztaIDg': Ratci, On Application. purpose. Owen showed up exceptionally reject any and all bids. '
Congress will quickly repeal the on defensive work. :MRS: HOMER TAYLOR, \ ".
WOMAN'S! MISSIONARY SOCIETY Sugar Act of 1937:; under the Chairman, Board of Public ,
Devoted to the advancement, and welfare ORGANIZES TWO CIRCLESThe terms and provisions of which 1 Starting line-ups, : Owen and Red- Instruction, Hendry County. .,
of Clewleton and Hendry County. Florida. e
i ish, ends; Davis, center; J. -Winn,
the Secretary of Agriculture is forced R. A. GRAVES, .
circles of the newly organ- to take the action herein reported fullback; Bourne quarterback, ,and Superintendent of Public Instruction .' :'

IT WAS GREAT FUN ized Women's Missionary Societywill ed, that not only ,may those pres- VonMach, halfback, for Clewiston. Florida. Hendry County, : ',, .

I hold their first separate meet- ently employed be continued in their Brantley and Ford substituted at LOUIS O. GRAVELY, -

P.-T. A. Take a bow. ings next week. Circle Number One positions but, in addition, many more end, Waldron at center, Vaughnat Attorney ,, :'

Hallowe'en is over, and the next will meet with its chairman, Mrs.I. thousands'may obtain gainful em- full, Hooker' at quarter and Stoneat Nc. 161-Nov. 3, 10, 17, 24, Dec. 2. ''!'.'':"

morning city forces found little R. Holland, on Tuesday afternoonat ployment.. Just so long as the American half.

damage to repair. There were few- three-thirty. Members of this Producer is denied his traditional For Boca Grande: Kuhl and NOTICE -

er bridges to replace, less trash to circle are: Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs. and inherent rights to the American Futch, ends; Hargis, center; E. Notice Is hereby '
given that the '
be trucked away, and car owners W. R. Broaderick, Mrs. C. W. Sim- Market we will be faced l with se-:. Parketon, fullback; B. Parketon, Board of Public Instruction, of Hendry -

and householders had fewer win-, mons, Mrs. G, E. Etherton, :Mrs. ious problems of unemployment and halfback and Joiner quarterback. County, Florida, on the third day
of December, A. D. 1938. 'will
dows to be de-soaped than any Hal- Herman Davis, Mrs. R. J. Blount the South will continue to Abe dubbed Downing and E. Gaines went in for bids for the_ purchase of 33000.00 receive

lowe'en in years. I Mrs. M. A. Thomas, Mrs. H. E. I 'the Nation's number one economic Kuhl, Futch for Hargis, Kuhl forB. Special Tax School District No.7,

Trice, Mrs. L. A. Wells, Mrs. A. problem.' : Parketon, E. Gaines and Kuh] Hendry County Bonds said bonds
And the kids? Well; they had I I I being in denomination of $1000.00
more fun than ever. With the kind L. Hackett, Mrs. F. Hanna, Mrs.L. "THE AMERICAN MARKET FOR for Futch. each, said bonds bearing interest at
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of co-operation of the weathermanand I C. Redish and Mrs. A. Brewer. THE AMERICAN PRODUCER." ; J the rate of six percent per annum't, .
i I I payable semi-annually and maturing ,
the work of a, good many members -: Circle Number Two will meet CLARENCE R. BITTING, : PARCEL POST JUBILEE as follows: $1000.00 on July 1st, of 'I -

the first P.-T. A. Hallowe'en, I I with Mrs. E. M. Cornette on Thurs- I President ---- I" the years 1941 to 1953, Inclusive; and
2000.00 on July 1st, of the
years
carnival brought out the populace, day afternoon at three-thirty. Mrs. I November has been designated I 1954 to 1963. indlusive. All proposals:

mothers, dads, kids and neighbors, Fred Topper is' chairman and mem- School Loan- as parcel post month by the Post should Superintendent be addressed of Public to S Instruction A. Graves,

and great fun was had by all. bers are: Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Mrs.E. Office Department and celebratesthe Hendry County, Florida LaBelle,
L. Hays, Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mrs.C. Florida, and marked, Proposals for
And the P.-T. A.? We
are sure
Silver Jubilee of the '
Parcel Purchase
Nelson Mrs. W. T. W'heeles Post. of Bonds.
(Continued from page 1)
they will return the bow to the Postmasters been The said Board reserves the right
patrons who contributed to the Mrs. B. :E. Herring, Miss Marjorie ceed with funds from this bond have urged to to reject any and all proposals
follow
and made it such splen- Hood, Mrs ,H. L. Davis, Miss Paul- issue and to continue with plans a special program and to :MRS. HOMER TAYLOR
carnival a
devote their full
ine McMillin, Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. for the construction the high energies toward Chairman, Board of Public ,y
did success. Exact figures are not making new records for Instruction, Hendry County, ,
Manning Carter Mrs. M. G. Mines parcel post
school building according to the Florida.
available but it that
seems approxi-
sales during the month.IS .
Mrs. John Elmore. Mrs. 'M. C. Vow- original plans and specification.These S. A. GRAVES, '
hundred dollars
mately one was Superintendent of Public
cleared by the carnival. I ell and Mrs. Sam Young.All plans, with architect's draw- Instruction, Hendry Coun- _
I ladies who are members of ings appeared a few months ago in ty, Florida. ... '
:We all had fun. P.-T. A., we YOUR LOUIS O. GRAVELY,
the church are automatically mem- The Clewiston News, and will be SUBSCRIPTON, PAID? Attorney.No. .

thank you. bers of the Society and of the ,cir- followed in the new building. 160-Nov. 3, 10, ''17, 21. Dec. 2. _";: ,

cles and each has been assigned to' Bids for the construction will be
THEY'LL LIVE IT DOWN
one of the circles. Membership in'' received by the school board on

the circle is not limited to membersof I December third. =' ,-
Now that everyone has had a
the church and all ladies of I
week or two to think over the sad -
9& about
affair that wound up the Miami the community are invited to attend Tigers Win-- time to
the circle of their choice. ,
Beach-Pahokee football game in Pa- ---. I lemind ,'
hokee two weeks ago, it is' the gen-, you...
(Continued from page one)
eral feeling that the Pahokee, school President Writes- I 4 '
I points after touchdowns were scor- -- .. ..- > "' ',, ,_ ..,
will live it down. :
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i\ i iI ed by Suggs and Bainbridge. tO])' Y ij! th'A'iQtQnBOW'l

Though apparently in no wise to (Continued from page one) i Following is the summary of J ; \ ; y
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blame for the incident the school I li.tYc4 wfTOa ,
: !I yardage etc
ers of The Everglades. All the knowledge ;
and the team are the ones to suf- and research 'facilities of Unit Punts and punt average: Clewis :ta"f.: O ll YEr .ilDi' 1 ... '
fer most for it. The reflection is ':!' : .. '
ed States Sugar Corporation have ton three for thirty-two, Fort Myers "" --
largely upon them in the minds of
been available to the independent two for thirty-five; Total yards

the -public. farmers of The Everglades. Encour- from passes Clewiston, 157 yards -.,I ..... '

The Everglades' News had this agement has been given to the independent -I I completing ten for a fifteen yard _' YOU caa t afford to procrastinate

to say, and we believe it is repre- farmers of, The ''Everglades ,average ,Fort Myers, 63 yards, completing i t much in i ". :
longer
sentative of the general thought on j starting to save a .
nine for
to develop cane plantings in prefer- I a seven yard aver-
the subject: ence to the production of crops sub- age; penalties against Clewiston portion of your income..and invest

"It's tough that a community, jected to the unrestrained competition were two for 20 yards and Fort My-
Np it wisely. during
.. productive
p
f your
student body and football team all
of peonage production under the ers one for five yards; yards gainedon p y
have to suffer for the shortcom- Dpi The "Save and Hav '
terms of treaties with foreign na runs were 109 for Clewistonand l ot' years. slogan/

ings of a few people. A finer stu- tions. 66 for Fort Myers. Clewiston ,..4\t%: may be old-fashioned, but the sencouNts '.,
dent ,
body never graced any body'sstudy 23 line
on plays averaged 4.7 yards
"Sugar-Cane has been
acreage expanded -
hall than those sible people that follow i it the
youngsters I in The Everglades so as to while Fort Myers on seventeen averaged are "

you'll find in Pahokee. They're provide more and 'more employment, I four yards. ,. ,4 e1Jo happy ones you meet. We'll gladly .:., -,
taught by an \
outstanding
faculty. at much higher than average agri- I The score by quarters: Clewiston "
And when it comes 'to that groupof cultural wages, to the end that the 15 in first, 14 in second, 22 in .,,, 'NNU' help you with our time-tried, safe :,\

boys trained in football by Frank serious problem unemployment, third and 6 in fourth. Fort Myers, and profitable savings plans.
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Hobson, we'll put them up against affecting the entire nation, might be 7 in' first and 7 in fourth. Coach

any team anywhere when it comesto relieved. Homer Wakefield used an entirely -

clean sportsmanship. "Recently, ,wheu-Florida sugar pro- separate team ,in the second

"Last' Friday's .affair was a duction was ordered curtailed, the quarter from the starting: team Clewiston Federal Savings

splotch'on the escutcheon of fair foreign countries and offshore areas, and in the third picked' out his
play and good sportsmanship in star from both 1
guaranteed more than 70 per cent players squads. In
the Glades. Let's live it, down. Let's I of our market, boosted the price of the final quarter he allowed every and Loan Association
show
the world that
we can carryon sugar to the American housewife man on the sixteen-man squad to

in a manner befitting, the ''majority moie than 10 per cent. Fortunately see action save J.: D. Hooker and

of the fine people who go to Florida produced sugar will soon be Owen. ;Winn, both benched by in-


pire.make" up, this vast agricultural em- available be held within and the reason price of for Sugar the time will juries.Line-ups' : Clewiston: Waldron, c; 1I.04!."..".................................. ..........................,....,.............................................................................................11

being, although the order of the Fed- Ford and Prevatt, ends; Brantley, -- -x

MORE THAN 1,000 ROSE eral government to destroy 25 percent quarter; Lolly, half and Stone, full. ..t.. 1,:
s;
BUSHES ARE PLANTED HERE of a non-surplus ,crop will reduce Substitutions were Redish, Owen, OJ._ I .

the protection now assured the Holland, at end; Lang and Davisat .,

More than a thousand rose bushes American Housewife. The last time center; Bourne and J. Winn at I

have been set out in Clewiston foreign countries and offshore ,areas quarter; VonMach, Vaughn, Brant-
gardens this week by Garden Club controlled all supplies for the United ley and Patterson at half and J. Ji CLEWISTON 60LF i 11

members and other individuals who States market they made the Am- Winn and Lolly at full. Substitu-

accepted the Club's offer to place erican Housewife pay five to six tions for Fort Myers were Smith

their order in a group for the I times the reasonable price for this :at half. iii j i iy

plants. The roses are of many varieties primary necessity of life. I Officials were Oliver referee, COURSE

with the Radiance most "It is with extreme reluctance, and Ward, umpire; Bell, head linesman, HI

popular.The ,with the deepest regret, that your Wright, scorer. .t. !

largest single' order was for management is forced to inform you :: ',\.,;," "

theClewiston Inn gardens, whichare of recent rulings of the United States Tigers Lose 20-14 't. 1IIIb..... ...t.Y ;
being planted on lots adjacentto Department of Agriculture under .t. s

the Catholic church property and the terms and provisions of The Sugar To Boca Grande .y. ...
across the street from the Inn Act of 1937. Such rulings, if not .s.

Apartments. Under supervision of modified, will -require The Everglades .t.
Mrs_ C. L. ... .t, \
Downs, 250 bushes
rose sugar producers to reduce Clewiston Tigers lost their sec- It.-I' I

were placed in beds ,there. This their acreage 25 per cent. Such rulings -! ond six-man football game, last Fri- :

garden will be one of the beauty I mean-; day afternoon at Boca Grande bya i to the Public i
Open
spots of Clewiston
weeks. within a few "1-The plowing up and _destruc- score of 20-12 in the first gameto
A
border of petunias will tion of 25 per cent of the fine sugarcane be played: on other than the
give continuous bloom around the now growing in The Ever- home field. Y J
edge of the plot and in additionto glades. Y
Boca Grande pushed over two Y
the rose bushes several thousand "2-A reduction of employmentnow touchdowns early in the first quar- Y

other plants are being set out. available in The Everglades by ter before the Tigers had become Y Y

1 These include gladioli, gerberas, fully one-quarter. accustomed to the new surround- Y.t. ........................... .t.Y .
amaryllis, snapdragons and other ":3}Destruction of the ;lOpes of ings buf'the Clewiston boys then
popular varieties.
many independent farmers in The rallied, scored two touchdowns on :

ATTENDING STATE CONGRESS Everglades of having an assured their own accord and were. only .Y( 1 :. I,
cash crop. two points behind when Boca
:: Moderate Green Fees
:;:
:
4-Elimination of the -protection Grande broke loose for a third score
Mrs. J. H. Doty, president of the American housewife now has in the third quarter. :Y: :_
Clewiston Parent-Teacher Associa- Exceptional Fairways *
against exhorbitant exactions of for- Boca Grande blocked a punt to ..
tion, and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, immediate eign and offshore sugar producers."We score their first touchdown and :.t.: Greens
Interesting
past president : :*
are in Sar- have witnessed the destruction scored the second on straight running -

asota this week attending the state of cotton and other plantings and plays and a couple of passes.A .i .

congress of Parents and Teachers the wanton slaughter of little pigs, place kick conversion of ,one of ......
fas delegates from the local "*'K"* ':+x- ...).
group. all surplus, or export, crops. The: de these touchdowns gave them the



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./ ? Sunday school every Sunday Many Parties Are Held Here

morning at 3: 45.


:Si: ERSONAL and. SOCIETY ==i= Senior Junior evening Christian Christian at six Endeavor o'clock.Endeavor Sunday at- Over Hallowe'en Week End, -


I y y 3:30 Tuesday afternoon.

XI Choir rehearsals, Monday and

-:N V:N N:N:1N:N N N:N:N N:N:N N N N NON NON NINON 11...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:"'..;. I Thursday evenings. The spirit of Hallowe'en with its( Otto Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. .
Monthly meeting of the Boardof attending fun and frolic was the inspiration Lanier, J. W; Moran, :Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene P. Mutrux Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bullen Trustees Monday evening. of a number of parties over Johnnie Miller, :Mr. and Mrs. Leslie

were week-end visitors in Miami. daughter, Emily Joyce, of and'i the holiday week-end. Costumesand Miller,

Springs, have returned to CHURCH masks were the order of the
MARGARET'S
SAINT Mrand Mrs. C. &. Nail, Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. John Lucca spent ton for the season. Mr. Bullen day and perhaps before has
never
Father: Lawrence J. Flynn, pastor. Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mr. and Mrs:
week-end in Miami. employed in the' transportation department -
the Clewiston entered so;: wholeheartedly W. C. Owen, Bill Palmer Mallie

of the sugar corp Effective Sunday there will bea into the spirit of innocent fun. Palmer, :Mr. and Mrs M. M. Prew-

Mrs. Mary Hayes Davis is spend- ratio:1'1 new schedule of services. Here- Among the parties was one given itt, Miss Ruth Knight, Miss Carol

ing this week in Atlanta.H. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. tofore the early Mass was celebrated Friday night by Jo Ann Crouch and Harris, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt,

turned Sunday from their vacation. each Sunday morning at eight Carline Berner at their home for Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mr.

H. Furginson of Orlando wasa They made a leisurely motor trip I thirty o'clock. In the future this members of the Junior Girls Classof and Mrs. Joe Schroeder, Mr. and

business caller here VV) dnesday. through the Southern States, visit- Mass will be at eight o'clock. The the Community Sunday School. Mrs. George Sparks, Mr. and Mrs.A. .

ing particularly in Mississippi and new schedule, therefore, will readas The guests came in costume, and ., W. Sias, Dr: and Mrs. O. F.

Miss Jayne Miller spent the weekend in New Orleans. I follows; Mass at Saint Margar several games were enjoyed. Schiffli, Ken 'Swayne, Emmett Shel-

with relatives in Fort Myers. et's, Clewiston, each Sunday morn- Punch, cookies and candy were ley, Miss Bea Jacobs, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. A. I/. Hackett and Mrs.M. ing at eight o'clock, excepting the served to Cleo Scott, Ogie Arnette, JL H. Turner, James Wynn, Mr.

Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn returned Tuesday M. Prewitt drove to Fort 1\Iy-1 last Sunday of the month, when I Marianne Jones, Jean Augur, Pat and Mrs. Richard Wilson, Mr. and

from a _visit with relatives in ers Saturday for Mrs. Nollie Swaf- Mass will be at ten-thirty o'clock.At Bailey, Barbara Bruce, June Espen- Mrs. W. H. Warren, Parker Wilson

Gainesville.Mr. fey, who returned to Clewiston with St. Mary's Church, Pahokee, the 'laub, Sally Graham, Gloria McDuffie and Mr. and Mrs. Don Young.
them after a stay of several daysin Mass each Sunday morning will
Betty McDuffie, Anne Pafford, On Tuesday evening a Hallow-
and Mrs. Kelly F. Jenningsand Fort Myers. be, at ten-thirty o'clock, exceptingthe Mary Louise Thomas and Grace e'en party was given by Group 2

son, Lewis Jennings, of La- last Sunday of the month, when Ward. of the Senior B. Y. P. U. to the -

Belle, have moved to Clewiston. James Wynn, who has been em- Mass will be at eight o'clock. On Saturday afternoon Mrs. J:' other groups. The party, was held

ployed at Englewood for the past Confessions are heard on Satur- W. Ezelle and Mrs. B. C. Flaniken I at the home of Mr. and Mrs L. C.

*> Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Pooley of :rear, has returned to reside in day evenings and on the eves of gave a costume party for the nursery -: Miller. Several games, with appropriate -

I + Sebring visited 'Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Clewiston. He is employed as First Fridays and holydays from class at the Community Church. prize awards, were enjoyed.

Nowling Wednesday.Mrs. butcher in Parkinson's store at seven-thirty until eight-thirty, and Gathered on the lawn for simple Refreshments consisted of hot
Moore Haven. also before the Masses. At other
-- chocolate and sandwiches.
games and stories were twenty lit-
Roy Alston and Mrs. Joe times by request. tle tots in colorful costumes. 'Miss Those attending' were Rev. and
,Schroeder were Wednesday visit- Clewiston friends of Mr. and Choir practice is conducted each Inez Lammons assisted with stor- Mrs. Marshall Mines, Mr. and Mrs.

ors in West Palm Beach. Mrs. Keith Hartsfield of Fort My Thursday evening seven-thirty, ies and several mothers joined in Roy Alston, Mrs. R. C. Nowling,
ers are interested in the announcement : I
Mrs. Bourne, organist. The choiris looking after the little ones. Mrs. Herman Davis, Mrs. Man-
Frank Hudson of Orlando spent of the birth of a 7-pound to be congratulated upon its After a pleasant hour on the I ning Carter, Mrs W. R. Broaderick -
revcral here business this baby daughter at the Lee Memorial excellent rendition of the music of
days on lawn, the little ones were taken Mrs. C. W. Simmons, Mrs. _
, week. i Hospital on Saturday night., October -, the High Mass last Sunday. In a,, into their class room, which was I Pearl Thomas, Mrs. W. H. Warren,

29. week or two hence practice for decorated appropriately ,yith orange Miss Clarice Lammons, Miss Elsie

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harris of the music of Christmas midnight and black, black cats, Jack-o-lan-! Lammons, Mrs. Sara Jo Crews, V.

West Palm Beach were Clewiston E. J. Lafferty, Florida managerfor I Mass will begin. terns and other emblems of the I C. Woodward; Miss Mary Bell Wjnr-) ,
visitors Wednesday. the American Agricultural Saturday mornings at nine o'-
day. Ice cream and cookies were ren; Miss Pauline McMillan, Lam-
Chemical Company was here Thurs- clock the religious instruction; class served. Prizes of candy were awarded bert MjcMillan, Miss Hortense Col-

Col. Charles Mason of tJ. S. En- day calling ,on the local representative for children is conducted. The par- to I Kay Pafford and Don Terrell lins, Miss Lois Prince, G. M. Wat- .

gineer office, Jacksonville, was in of the firm, J. E. Beardsley.He ents and children 'are cooperating for the best costumes.The ers, jr., Jimmy Holland, Mr. and '

Clewiston on business this week. was accompanied by Cliff Savage splendidly in maintaining a one 1" group of little folks included Mrs. ,B. E. Herring and Mrs. E.

II of West Palm Beach. hundred per cent attendance at Linda Lee, John Perry, Paul L. ,Hayes.
Mrs. E. L. Stewart and Miss 01- these classes. In addition to the I Don
Bowden, Jimmy Knight, Ter- '
lie Moorman to Bushnell MRSN0WjJING IS' HOSTESS TO each
motored instructions
regular doctrinal rell, Emma Jane Ezelle, Carol Augur REV. AND MRS. TAYLOR
yesterday.R. EVENING BRIDGE CLUB children will be givena "
week the I Betty Carol Flaniken, Eddie ATTEND PRESBYTERY
course in "Right Living." Thisis I Musgrave, Barbara Ann Barbos,
E. Kurtz of Fort Myers spent I Mrs. R. C. Nowling was hostessto the foundation of real honest-to-
I Kay Pafford, Heather Guthrie, Ben- Rev. and Mrs. Forest C. Taylor
several days here on business this members of the Evening Bridge God religion and citizenship. I I ny Prewitt, Wayne King, Don Mob- attended a meeting of the pres-
week. J Mrs. B. J. Schroeder won high The Altar Boy's Society meets: Church
ley, Howard Smith and Bevoly Flan- bytery of the Presbyterian ,
prize and received a China teapot Immediately after the Religion i U. S. A. held on Tuesday and I

Mrs. '''. C. Owen and Mrs. 0.1 f Club on Wednesday this week. class.: Mass servers this Sunday are I. iken.On Saturday evening the home of Wednesday; in Winter Haven. They

F. Schiffli were Fort Myers visitors sugar and creamer. :Mrs. R. C. Wilson Dick Schiffli and Sonny Vaughn.Sunday's Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot was the scene were delegates from the Clewiston
V won a Pyrex pie plate for cut Ca'tholicl
ednesday.Mr. sermon "Can a Church.
Community
of a gay party, when she entertained -
prize and Mrs. H H." Turner a be a, good citizen" will be a frank members of her ,Sunday At the closing session, Rev. William -
and Mrs. B. E. Herring gift of cosmetics for low prize.A Catholic'sallegianc.e
discussion concerning a School class, the Junior Girls' Classof Graham Kennedy, of Fort My-
visitors Saturday In Fort My- delicious chicken "salad was and State. the
'were to the Church the First Baptist Church. Marianne ers, was elected moderator of
erSt served at the close of play to Mrs. Everyone, regardless of creed, is I Jones and Barbara Lee Broad- synod.
Campbell E. Nail, Mrs. Roy Alston,
welcome at any time in this church. foot, won the costume prizes. Games
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wakefield Mrs. William H.' Lanier, Miss Mae
and contests furnished entertain-
:) moved this week into the Sagamore Palmer, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ment and all guests had a most J. M. COUSE

' Court Apartments. Harry Turner: Mrs. R. C. Wilson Marshall Mines, Pastor. enjoyable time.

and Mrs. Schroeder. Counselor and Attorney at Law
Mrs. Carawan Nel-
Assisted by
Edward S. McCall, representingthe "The f Friendly Distinc- son, Mrs. Broadfoot served delicious Hopkins Building
Stokes Tomato Seed Company I YOUNG WOMAN'S CLUB HELD tion." Wednesdays and Saturdays
refreshments to Doris Simmons,
of Sanford, was a business visitor I REGULAR MEET WEDNESDAYThe I II Services every Sunday: Ruth Byrd, Marianne Jones, Mamie 9:30 to 4:00

here Tuesday., Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., B. Trice, :Marilyn Davis, Gladys Jackson
of the I
---- regular meeting
E. Herring, Supt.
I Marjorie Allen, Jacqueline
Louis Strock, of the ,Strock Pro- Young Women's Club was held Morning Worship 11:00. Ser- Bledsoe, Esther Brewer and Bar- I

duce Company of Boston, was a I Wednesday night at the home of mon by the, Pastor.B. bara Lee Broadfoot.On I
visitor in Clewiston Wednesday Mrs. J. "1. Ezelle, with, Miss Mae
business )' Y. P. U. 6:15 p. m., V. C. Monday evening, Mr. and I FORSALEHOUSES
Whitten and Miss Billie, Johnson
I
Woodward, Director.
Mrs. Tom Shelley entertained a
--- as hostesses.
I Evening Preaching 7:30 p. m. large group of friends at a genuine
Mr. and Mrs. Alston were After a few minutes entertain- :-
Roy
; I I Sermon by the Pastor. Hallowe'en party, at the Clewiston -:
guests of leads in Moore Haven ment in the form of a game of Midweek Service Wednes-
every Motor Company, which was trans- With Good
and Four Room,
Two
for Hallowe'en party Monday evening questions and answers concerning
a
at 7:30
day p. m. formed into a regular spookhousefor
I Hallowe'en, a business meeting was The public is cordially invitedto the occasion. Guests arrived in Metal Roofs
held. At this time Miss Inez Lam
attend all our services. .costume, and were greeted by being
Winston Rider, LaBelle, has mons was elected to succeed Miss
blind-folded and led through a NEW AND USEDLUMBER j
moved to Clewiston for the season Lois Prince as Vice President and "TROPHIES FOR THE KING" I series of performances into the
and is employed by the United Miss Florine Moore was chosen to is the sermon topic for the 'Sun- Bobbing -
presence of the other guests.
,States Sugar Corporation.C. succeed Miss Katheryn Graham as day morning message. The pastor for apples peanut races, and
Treasurer.A will also sing "Leave it There" a other traditional Hallowe'en stunts Heart: Posts & Piling.
E. Miner attended a meetingof social committee, comprisedof beautiful hymn by C. Albert Tind-

the Hendry County Board of Misses Evelyn Hare, Hazel ley. 'were enjoyed.The guest .list included Mr. and SAW MILL

Public Instruction held Wednesdayin Prince, and Ruth Knight, was appointed "TilE GREATEST SIN" Mrs.
Mrs. Dave Alston, Mr. and MACHINERY
LaBelle. to be in charge of entertainment is the subject for the Sunday even-
and Mrs. K. -
Roy Alston, Mr. Bowden
at all future meetings.At ing sermon. This is a thought pro- -
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Beery, and
Mr. and Mrsv H. T. Vaughn, Mrs. the close of the ,business meet- voking message based on the text Bill
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor,
W.. P. Vaughn, sr., and Sonny and ing refreshments of orangeade and in John' 6:68. Mrs. Herman Davis Bolton, Mr. and Mrs. M.. W. Bigg, EQUIPMENTTRACTORS
Harry Vaughn were visitors'Satur-. cookies were served and a social will sing "The Prodigal Son" by Mr.
Crochet,
Mr. and Mrs Sidney i
day in Fort Myers. hour followed. T. O. Chisholm and George C.
: and Mrs. Ed. Collier, R. L. Coker, AND MOTOR
.- -- Those present were Misses Hazel Stebbins.
and
Mr.
Miss Frances Morgan,
Mr. and Mrs. R. Ranken and Prince, Pearl Brantley, Inez Lam- MEN'S BIBLE CLASS Mr. and Mrs. TRUCKSB.
Mrs. Foy Durrence,
Bill Ranken of Jacksonville were mons, Evelyn Burhans, Livonia meets every Sunday morning atl I Deane Duff, Mr. and Mrs. Claude

week-end guests of Miss Eunice Congdon, Florine Moore, Evelyn 9:45. Taught by the pastor. Every Downs, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, B. BROWN

Meredith and Foster Meredith. Hare, Ruth Knight, Mary Markette, man in the community is invitedto ) Ken Harris, Miss Mae Palmer, A.
Alice Steinholtz, Mae Whitten, Flor- attend this men's class. Miss LABELLE :FLORIDA
\V. Johnson, E. E. Kelly,
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Andersonof ence Slonaker, Billie Johnson, Mrs.F. Choir rehearsal every Tuesday I Marge Hood, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. l

Savannah, Georgia, were visitors 0. Taylor, and Mrs. J. W. night. Anyone who likes to !singis Kolstad, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence -
here Wednesday and Thurs- Ezelle. in this work.A .
invited to join us
Lovvorn,
:Mr. and Mrs. C. J.
) day. I I VISION OF THE FUTURE I
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COMMUNITY CHURCH is what John the Apostle had when I

O. A. Jones, Marianne Palm' Avenue Revelation. ........ ........ .. ":":":":":" :":":":o.:..:..:" :
Mrs Royal he wrote the book of :.:-:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..: : : : :-: : : :': :":":"r"r:
Jones, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. R. Forest C. Taylor, Minister Come to the midweek service at Y Y
yy
Y. -Patterson, and Mrs. F.. M. 7:30 on Wednesday night. .i.
Wright spent Friday on businessin Armistice Day Sunday will be MUSIC CLASS POPULAR y.. MEN \ .

Miami. observed in the Community Church The Music Class meets at the S

next Sunday morning at eleven Baptist Church each Thursday at Y: Your Credit Is Good :
Mr. and Mrs. Max Meluh and o'clock. Members; of the American 7:30, taught by the pastor, Rev. 5 1-V

Mrs. Meluh's mother, Mrs. Bessie Legion, their families, and friendsare Mines. It is designed for those who y 5*

Elliott, who is spending the win- invited as special guests. Ser- know little or nothing about "music y* Wear a NEW Tailored Individual :

ter with them, were week-end visitors mon subject, "Slumber Not in the and is open to the public. ::
; in Miami. Tents of Your \ Fathers". STUDY CLASS CONDUCTED 3: Measure Suit While You Pay |::

Theme, "The Pilgrimage to the The pastor taught a study course ( ,
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharn- City of God". In the book of "New Why and y:?: A postcard will bring the Lake's Old ':: L

berg spent the week-end in Palm Texts, "For there shall be a day, How of the Women's Missionary Tailor Representative I:;:
Dependable
Beach. The Scharnberg car was that the watchman upon' Mount Society" on Tuesday and Wednesday :f.: ,

Involved In a collision with another Ephraim shall cry Arise ye, and afternoons this week and ton y y
;:[:
car en route, but Mr. and Mrs. let us go up to Zion unto }he .cityof ladies enrolled in the class and :: CHAS. E. LEAR ,.

Scharnberg suffered only minor our God." (Jeremiah the Prophet will receive awards. The study will y y

bruises and returning to Clewiston .) "Neither shall they say Lo be repeated at an early date and Box 508 ,: Clewiston, Fla. I Ii
for another car, proceeded with I here! or Lo there! for, behold, ,the its hoped that other members of

their trip ai pla'1inid. Kingdom of God i II within you" the Society will talks Put, ,....... tS Q jiQi t j..H.Q.2.i. tijJ1.M"M.tt.ttitt'r



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$tltial fiction-- \

"Quotations"V

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best of prophets of the future -
is' the past.-Lord Byron.
MAIIDIt E rrccT
L Pride is at the bottom of all 1

I great mistakes.-John Ruskin. 1\\
Custom reconciles
us to ev :
AUTHOR OF .
erything.-Edmond Burke. t

By SAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS 'IT HAPPENED Every hero becomes a bore at j i,
last.-Ralph Waldo Emerson.
...
\ ONE NIGHT' Liberty exists in proportionto
O SAMUEL HOPKINS ADAMS WNU SERVICE wholesome restraint.-Dan-

... .. iel Webster.Let j
any man speak long I
CHAPTER I lution. In its bleak disarray, believe you still suspect me of tied with them. Aren't you, Mr. enough, he will get believers.-
-1- Hare read much. the well-known Rash Act," Slimpf?' '1 won't have them alteredin Robert Louis Stevenson.I .

Rain dribbled from the well- "Well, it's still here," was Holmes with a sardonic any respect,' says' the old bird. will find a way or make
, comment. "Sticking it out "You needn't concern your- 'Just put in the st"airs'wherever con- Hannibal.
the man one.-
rubbered figure of young
"
adversity. The house; I mean. Big Brother. The venient but
most
desper-- without altering
the dock and plashed into a lake my The public is an old woman.
on ;
"I know what you mean, thing I've got in mind is to chuck architecture in any detail. Good-
the color of cold lead. With a patient -Thomas Carlyle.
turned the owner. "Now I'll typewriter down the well, hitch day to you.' Just like that.
he raised his line to examine -
gesture you one. You say you're bored to the alphabet and
wagon on
go "This in Dec-
the undisturbed worm. He was February. By
life. Would rather be bored .
you He looked at his guest with
oration the done and I
Day job
lowered it in another spot with an was
expression denoting resignation broke? an"I that had become suddenly hag- was in hospital climbing up and Pillow and Chair Set
Kelsey considered the problem. II
rather than expectancy. broke would "I've got to the point where down stairs. Stairs that started at
should think being "
even work any more, he end of nowhere and
Something hooted at him from the least[ keep you from being bored. "What have got to one stopped at,
you
did not the other. They said it was flu,
He
would
dim expanse of water. me. -
to that, Big Brother?
and threw in the form of
in a
sop
order to
need to see the loon in "Probably you've never
you call me Big Brother again nerve-exhaustion. Well all 1: :Y
identify its' offensive personality. broke." right; 11
But he did make out, through the "Probably you've never crown you," returned Kelsey it was flu. When 1 got up the Doc
misty pall the outline of a fellow- bored." "You think you're up sent me to the quietest place he
idiot-the characterization was in- "Haven't had time to be," it, do you! Phooey to youl! knew of and told me not to talk to
stinctive-motionless in a boat off people and to stop thinking about

the mouth of the inlet. Well, maybethe myself,' and I'd be all right. Says
fishing was better over there. It Jt.. 'V, he! I haven't been up or down a

/ couldn't be worse. He sloshed wetly flight of stairs ,since, and I never
into a skiff and covered the half y.G. want to. Now. Got a groundfloorroom
mile in jerky strokes. you could rent me?"

The other idiot was seated amid- "Go and pack your things," said
and his Martin Holmes. "I'll row 'em over."
ships with his spine humped
chin in his hands. Neither slicker, In the two weeks following, the
rubber coat nor headgear protectedhim young 'men put in a fair share. of ='tvf '1} ..jit

from the quiet persistence of their time quarreling like old ; =-. 4I

the downpour. He seemed engrossedin friends. The chief subject of argu-

his own thoughts. From his appearance ment was Holmes' stubborn refusalto
they could not have been accept a loan. It was Kelsey
pleasant ones. The newcomer gave '} MDL1't > Hare's opinion, frequently and
the conventional freshwater greet- forcefully reiterated that until the

ing. p' tte J writer went away for a long rest he
"Any luck?" l r q lp would do no"good. To which Holmes

"Uh?" He started 1 sharply, half grumpily retorted' that he would go

rose, and slumped back. "Luck," away and take a rest after he had Spend spare moments profitablywith
sold something and not before.A .
he repeated dully. "Who are you? your crochet hook and some
"Kelsey Hare." hot and misty July morning string and add charm to your

"Well, Kelsey Hare, can't you see found the author early at his ma- home with crocheted accessoriesthat
that I'm fishing here?" chine. From the adjoining bath- match! Interesting to make

The stranger's arrogance might room came sounds of vigorous and inexpensive, too, you could
have stirred Kelsey to resentmenthad splashing interspersed with lyrical make either chair set or pillow
it not been too much trouble to outbursts. The-machine quit with a alone or make a pillow with
resent anything. He observed that jingle a click, and a bang.: matching scarf ends. C 'n't you

there was neither rod, line, nor net "Hey, blast you! Do you have to see what attention they'd attractat
in the, other boat, and put a perti- sing?" a bazaar? Pattern 6168 contains
nent question-or was it imperti- "Not necessarily." charts and instructions for mak-
nent? "Then don't." ing the set; illustrations of it and

"What with?" The clicking was resumed but stitches used; materials needed.To .
most'immediately abandoned aI-I obtain this pattern, send 15
The other, quite plainly regardedit
as impertinent. "That's my busi- "Outfit, Mr. Slimpf's house with stairs." I "I'd rather you'd sing than cents in stamps or coins (coins
ness," he stated. said the operator with rising an- preferred) to The Sewing Circle,
swered Holmes with a. sour grin. 1 You don't even know what worry guish. Household Arts Dept., '259 W 14th

commit"Maybe suicide you've," come surmised out here Kelsey to "Too busy trying" to make an unsuccessful is." "Temper," sighed the other. St., New York, N. Y.

Hare hopefully. living. "All right," said the other be- "Product of frazzled nerves. Proves
Illogically Kelsey felt as if he had tween set teeth. "What's your sad what I've said right along that what
"Much as I dislike to disappointyou known this man, whose name he had story? And if it doesn't make me you need-"-

cide., "I'm not going to commit sui learned only five minutes earlier, cry, I'm liable to take a sock at "Don't tell me again what I Beware Coughs ; ,
and well. He said hesi- "
quite long
you. "
"Oh, well, then, neither will I.u"Don't tantly and more seriously: need, barked the badgered toiler. from common colds
"Listen I'm architect
intently.
an
Kelsey came through the door,
let me deter you, said the "You'll probably think I'm a butt- with a big New York firm.They've wiping the remains of lather from That OnNo
stranger politely, "if you were con- Hang
in if I into affairs fur- '
client' who's
it." pry your any got a reeking his face. "This early morning !
sidering ther, but is it only money?" with money; one of these crusty stuff," he began "can't be too good matter how many medicinesyou
"I did consider it.
Quite seriouslyfor "Only? I Ill"I wise-guys that likes to do things hedoesn't for a man in your condit- Hey! I IWhat's have tried for your common
a while. Only, it calls for so cough, chest cold, or bronchial irritation
"Just know how to do, to prove this? he broke off, staring i
as a sporting experiment,
much effort. What's your idea; you may get relief now with
how about that he can if he wants to. He's down at a newspaper picture of a
would you rather, be bored or drown my lending you some. ? Creomulsion. Serious trouble may
?" I And how much?" figuring on a country house, builtto girl's tilted face. "Why haven't you be brewing and you cannot affordto
yourself his own design. All he wants of told me about this, Mart? Secret take a chance with any remedy
"I'd have to have time on that. "I don't borrow. It was said with less potent than Creomulsion,which
us is advice on price and inciden- stuff. So that's your real trouble, is
When did you think of doing it?" finality. "Besides, why should you?" tals. So he brings in his blueprints, it?" goes right to the seat of the trouble
and aids nature to soothe and heal
"Quite a while ago. I've rather "Why, I hardly know. Except all neat and nice and drawn to "That girl? I should say not!" the inflamed mucous membranesand
lost interest in the idea now. In fact that today's the first time since my scale, and sticks 'em under the Big "This says she is supposed to bea to loosen and expel germ-
I've rather lost interest in every- convalescence that I've taken the Boss' nose. 'There!' says he. 'Whatdo Park Avenue deb." laden phlegm.
prominent
thing. Effect of flu. Ever have slightest interest in anything but my you think of that' ? Is there any of "Prominent Park Avenue kitchen don't Even be if other discouraged remedies, try have Creomul-failed,

flu?" precious self. I owe you one for your bright young men could do las mechanic, more likely. I'll bet the sion. Your druggist is authorized to
that.; But if won't, won't The Chief looks it refund if not
"No. you you well? over. 'Very Park Avenue debut she your money you are
"It leaves you flat and stale on ." Kelsey strolled about the pretty,' he says. 'But I notice one only made was out from behind the ever ash- thoroughly obtained.satisfied Creomulsion with the is benefits
one
everything." room, threw a log into the roaring omission.' 'Omission? What is it?' can." word,ask for it plainly, see that the
"I've had a kind of hate on every- Dutch fireplace before which their 'You haven't put in any stairs,' says "Then what's the idea in cherish-i name on the bottle is Creomulsion,
thing, myself," admitted the other. coats hung, passed before a littered the Boss. 'Eh?' says Old Stuff shirt. and you'll get the genuine product
"You look it. Has it occurred to table; supporting a typewriter with a 'Oh I So I haven't. Well, anyonecan ing her photograph? end the relief you want. Adv.)

you that this weather isn't improving lalf-written sheet still in it, and sat put in stairs. Have one of your "Cherishing your left hind leg. It

any? I'm staying over at Sla- down. "I like this place," he de young smart boys attend, to it.' suggested a"story to me. That's whyI Taking Pains

ter's Inn. How about rowing back cided. "I've got to put in a couple "So the Boss sends for me. 'Here'sa cut it out. When we are young we should

with me and exchanging sorrows months of quiet somewhere. Doc's job for you, Kelsey. Outfit Mr. 'Latest of the Mystery Beautiesto take pains to be agreeable; whenwe
over a drink?" orders. Why not here?" Slimpf's house with stairs. These be Chosen,' he read. "What'sa are old we must take pains

At this point the sky really openedup "Want to buy?" are Mr. Slimpf's own'plans; did 'em mystery beauty, Mart?" not to be disagreeable.

and showed what it could do. "No. Could you use a lodger?" all himself and is perfectly satis- I (TO BE CONTINUED
Above the downpour the stranger

,shouted"My'place: is the nearest cover. OUT OF SORTS l

Follow on." Here Is Amazing Relief for
Conditions Due to Sluggish Bowels
They rowed at speed to the oppo- It you think aU laxatlvea
site shore where an ancient stone lit J.' }fi4,!&. ;1J act all v alike.\ .t.bA Just Inetln.cr try this.
'.mansion stood, solid and solemn, a BeUlembel- .:- ; '- : Dependable Bo fld. thorough relief from re- '
stone's throw back from the lake. sick fresblog headacbes InvlgOratlng., blllous spelLS,'tired feeling wbena&soelIIted

"That's my joint." He hauled Kelsey's with const.P:25o'bor of the from your
Risk t
Without ,ggls t. Make test-tben
boat up the strand. "Wherethe If not dellgbted. return the box to us. We will
mortgage doesn't cover it, it .< 'IT HAPPENED ONE NIGBT'1 refund the purchase fair. a
leaks. Otherwise you're welcome." GetcPTIi Tablets today. _

Shoulder to shoulder against the I ALWAYS CARRY QUICK RELIEF >
torrent they crossed a country road I / nr aiKC cwnar l

to a ruinous gate covered with hon- 3 .:"', \ Well, here's another treat for you by the 'author of / ''jNDIGESTONRecommendation FOR ACID
|
eysuckle in bloom half obscuringthis

inscription: ;,r/ ; the most sensationally successful motion picture 1' of
HOLMESHOLM
PRIVATE PROPERTY : recent Samuel Hopkins Adams has' another and CreditA
years. good face is a letter of recommendation -
Kindly Help to Keep It That Way -..... is
winner in this of who crashed the movies via as a good heart a
MEANING YOUI I :r. .. story a girl letter of credit.-Bulwer.
THANK YOU .
JARED M. HOLMES, OWNER. .:.: /"' a beauty contest and a sense of humor. Its swell fun!
SMALL SIZE
"Nice sense of hospitality you've .' ,.'.. \ 60c a E s lAS1.202E
got," observed the guest. :: :

"That's my late uncle. I'm Mar- ;'
tin Holmes. He left the place to me

unencumbered with anything except 'MAIDEN EFFORT' 1 Y Qgp"O '
debt and taxes. I was busted when
Blessed Relief
I took over. Since then I've been Brings
doing rather less well." / START IT IN THIS ISSUE from aches and pains of

They entered the house which RHEUMATISMNEURITIS
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gave the effect of making a gallant -! and. LUMBAGO $'
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last stand against decay and disso- *
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Let. it rt..i 3rowWKen OUR COMIC SECTION 5

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It crt Kurt rie

yho\.l. Hard to Live Up to It


me it pour h..d it m'h.keS o I r Snoopie I IIjL4 [J Jhfc and One Some detest may people being enjoy wait idealized.being until they idolize are


rye[ ne\.l requested to do things, and some
others wait
until they are request.
umbea.1l. : jnoJ. ed not to.There .

: LA2' must be warmth In the

.' r\:1'C": '" tiri4' sparkle of a diamond. A glove is
,.: ,,. : t.L2-1: : seldom worn on a jeweled hand.
You and I
H >: -\ I
.I" There is
if one joke we always
"T'
',(1- L smile-or everT laugh ,at.: One on
.". _U- the government.r.
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WNU Service. A swelled head doesn't neces-
.
: -- sarily rum a man. Victor Hugo
had one.What .
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Hanging Shelves You a TasteIf

Can Make of we could afford to build a
<:: Spools : .
house in the woods, we wouldn'txnake.mousetraps.

: i:>" By RUTH WYETH SPEARS .
Prevaricate to help a man out of
'
; 'i WHEN a number of persons 9 a scrape and he will always remember I
the same idea at the : / you as an accommodating -
same time there is a reason. Re- : liar.
SL\/ L' '
cently I helped, a friend make Many descendants of great men
hanging book shelves of spools do just that-descend.
she had been saving. Today there
comes a letter from a reader who

. says, "I have found so many helpful -
in Book 1 SEWING
T' things your -
for the Home Decorator, I TRUE
wonder if you have any ideas on
fixing up spools? I have in mind :


-' .; .THROUGH THREAD BETWEEN$WIRES SHOVES SPOOLS \ & ) '

-_ WIND FRONT STORY
WIRE AROUND
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----- /' PICTURES
BOARDS-- FOR B \ \
SHELVES (Copyright, W. K. U)
BORE HOLES I
: NEAR CORNERS That Who Takes I
_FOR WIRES_ Everyone
,
.. .. the spool book shelves and corner ANYWAY TNgREARE MORE CRAZY MN THAN Aspirin Should StudyDrop

shelves they used long ago." It's *}} WOMEN IN THIS' COUNTRY !
probably the general 'revival'of ,.. a Bayer Tablet in water-it starts
Victorian ideas in decoration that to disintegrate in 2 secondshence Is
. has started everyone thinking' P (, ready to"go to work" rapidly

i spool shelves.We .
seemed to remember that i1k _
the shelves had seen -
; we years ago ,
%
in old parlors were put together .' -
with colored cords. We tried this 0''By -

but the shelves were not rigid as I
the c'ords stretched. So we used !
wire and the result has been a
substantial set of shelves strong
enough to hold reasonably heavy P

articles.A .
little less than 12V feet of
wire was used for the shelves

\ shown here. Two sizes of spools This Quick Dissolving Property
. were used. Shelves, spools, wires
and all were finally painted to of Genuine Bayer Aspirin

match the brightest tone in the YES Explains Fast ReliefIf I
room color scheme-in our case

it was peacock ,blue. There are 'BUT WHO DROVE:: you suffer with headaches or the ..
picture directions like these on every THEM CRAZY '
pains of rheumatism or neuritis
page of Book No. SEWING, .
keep the above picture about genuine -
for the Home Decorator. If your I '."'
.- house is your hobby, it will be I Bayer Aspirin in your mind.
full of thrills for you. Don't go Especially if quick relief is what

through the holidays with shabby you want.

curtains or slipcovers': This book For the way a Bayer Tablet works

illustrates every step in making in:the glass is the way it works when
new ones. Book 2: Novelties and you'take it. It starts to dissolve almost -
l' how make
shows to
Embroidery,
( J. Millar Watt at once-hence is ready.to
.: dozens of Christmas gifts from
"' "take hold" of the rheumatic pain
odds and ends of material. Books
'.:" are 25 cents each. If you order headache with astonishing spec
r. both books an interesting quilt Relief often comes in a few minutes.

.. leaflet included free. ,Address: Always ask for

," .. Mrs. Spears, 210 S. Desplaines, CWNU .-_, Bell Syndicate..-WNU Service '1BAYERAsphin" r
-,;;:. Chicago, 111. -never ask for

.::; '.. This is the time of year when "aspirin"

: town and rural folk are getting alone.e.
.:< :' ready for Whiter. Your car is as

', -:. important then as now. Give it a 5 10 FOR 12
':.:'. ... thought. Be forehanded. Stop at o 2 FULL
.'. your favorite dealer and let him A I
" ., .:;. i. drain the Summer-worn oil and 1: \MAL1I.1lLE.T0 &T )
: ; in Acid-Free Quaker State 5 ;J- Led by Right
;>, ;: :: put -
-<,' .J', Winter Oil. You'll thankful the tMA ;, Because right is right, to follow
4 wisdom in the scorn of
right were
./" ''y..: first cold morning.-Adv. PtLi consequence.-Tennyson.

f;.":" .#;::...'::, Awake at Day .
Success consists not so much in \

sitting up at night as being wide .1. A CONSTIPATED !

awake during the day.NERVOUS. .

.T' --- Gas Crowds Heart."For .

? : thirty years constipation caused mo
/ ( headaches and pains la the back. Awful f II
1 bloating crowded my heart. Adlerika helped
right away. Now I eat sausage, &nbJ.F.: ,
, Do you feel so nervous you want to IcrC1l.m1 .E anything I want and never felt
Are you cross and irritable Do you scold' Mil.Mabel Bchott. Two things happen when
those dearest to you? you are constipated. FIRST: Accumulatedwastes
If your nerves are on edge and you feel swell up bowels and press!on nerves In
you need a good general system tonic try .. the digestive tract. SECOND:Partly digested : -
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. R food starts to decay forming GAS,bringing
made etpeeiaUy women. ., on sour stomach indigestion,and heartburn
For over 60 years one woman has told another bloating you up until you sometimes gasp for
how to go"smiling thru"with reliable oc. breath Adlenka raves .d1rii li withDOUBLE
P ikhnzn' Compound.It kelps nature build ACTiON. relieves i
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calm quivering nerves and lessen discomforts dears bowels in lees than two hours. No. gnpIng .-
from annoying symptoms which often accompany no after effects just quick results. eoommeadcd
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Why not give it a chance to help YOU? Sold at all drug dora
Over one million women have written in .
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BUY ADVERTISED GOODS 9 I competition,in. : quality and prices..TliE .
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EIGHT THE CLEWISTON NEWS \ FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1938




Changes Are Made At I I, ,, ''l III ll rnlmmm! N llimmm IN N NNNNNNNN mm IN NiTNIINNININJNN! lmm m NN 11Wllmjlll!I !9!!6 ID"". known.Next week's paper will a of E1 Section, of the 35. Township NEU of the 43 South.SE'/i, providing dictionand for powers their government or altering, Juris-or i

carry; '
Range 34 East: amending the same, be passed, unless
Bldg.I complete account of the program W4 of the NEU of the SEr? notice of intention to apply therefor

N Administration SCHOOL NEWSEditor and the members the wedding of Section 35. Township 43 South, shall have been published in the man- i
Range 34 East: ner provided by law where the matteror
thing to be situated
party.IS affected may be -

__..___....___.... Bill Owen of Elk Section of the SWU of the SEU which notice shall be published
Workmen are engaged this weekin 35, Township 43 South, in the manner provided by law at I
certain Ass't Editor ........ J. D. Hooker Range 34 East: least thirty days prior to introduction I'
and making
cleaning up Sports Editor ........_... Dick Owen WJ of the SWU of the SEU Into tho Legislature of any such bill. 'I,
changes in the east wing of the YOUR SUBSCRIPTON PAID? of Section 35, Township 43 South, The evidence that such notice has been i

Administration Building, recently Range 34 East: published shall be established In the '

vacated by the U. S. Engineers j'Q' NNINfHNNIINNn! IIllllmIJmmlllllm!! I NNE!11111ImllmlmWIIlillmij II !!!N!N!:i 11II11 I NNNIN!milW"Ii'" of EI Section& of the 35, Township SEr/: of the 43 South SEU Legislature passed, and before such such evidence bill shall shall be be :I

when they; moved to their new STATEMENT OF THE OWNERSHIP, Range 34 East: filed or preserved with the bill in the
work is SECOND GRADE MANAGEMENT: ClIlCUIj.\TION, W,! of the SEW of the SEU office of the Secretary of State in
building, and when this of Section 35, Township 43 South I such manner as the Legislature shall

completed the Clewiston Realty and The pupils of the second: grade ETC.OK ,CONGRESS REQUIRED OF BY AUGUST THE ACT 2-1, Range 34 East; provide and the fact that such notice

Development Company's office will enjoyed a Hallowe'en party Friday 1012 OF THE CI.I' 'VISTOS E% of the NE t of the NEU shall was in established in the Legislature
recited the
be
every case upon
be moved into the office portionof I afternoon at 3:30. They played NEWS, PUBLISHED WEKKIVAT of Range Section 34 East 1, Township: 44 South. Journals of the Senate and of the
CLEWISTON, FLORIDA :FOR
the wing and the ,company draft- 'games and served refreshments.: OCT. 1, 1038. W& of the NEU of the NKU House, however of Representatives no publication: PROVIDED of any-

ing room, now located in the All had a good time. STATE OF FLORIDA ) of Section I, Township 44 South. such law shall be required hereunder I:
Range 34 East
will be moved back The second grade isglad to havea ) ES E% of the : when such law contains a provisionto
oratory, NWU of the NEU the
ab-I COUNTY OF HENDRY. ) effect that the same shall not

the drafting room of this wing. I new pupil Mildred Morioty. Before me. a Notary Public in and Range of Section 34 East 1, Township: 44'.South. become ratified operative or effective until
or approved at a referendum
This move will aid materially for the State and county aforesaid. W-- of the NWU of the NEU, election to be called and held in tire

conditions THIRD GRADE personally appeared ;Keathley Bowden, of Section 1, Township 44 South, territory affected in accordance witha
the congested
relieving
been duly sworn accordIng -
who
having Range 34 East: provision therefor contained in such ,
in the general offices of the Unit- The third grade enjoyed a class to law, deposes and says that ho E>. of the SW% of the NEU bill, or provided by general law. I
I
ed States Sugar Corporation. Plansare party last Monday celebrating Hal- is the editor of the Clewiston News of Section 1, Township 44 South, l -
to the best
.and that the following, Range 34 East; ,
also being made to partitionoff lowe'en. Each child was dressed in : of his knowledge and belief, a true A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan
Wry of the SWU, of the NEU,
Amendment to Section 2 of Article .
the tabulating machine from an elaborate costume. Ice cream statement of the ownership, man- of Section 1. Township 44 South, IX of the Constitution of Florida Re- r
aforesaid
agement, etc., of the pub-
the remainder, of the general office and cookies were served. lication for the date shown in the Range -34 East: lating to Taxation and Finance by
W% of the NEU of the NWU Adding Thereto
a Requirement That
the noise made by above caption, required by the Act
to deaden of Section I, Township 44 South the Legislature Shall Provide for
of August 24, 1Q12, embodied in sec-
Range 34 East
the machines. SIXTH GRADE : Raising Revenue to Defray State Appropriations -
tion 411, Postal Laws and Regula- E'Xi of the NWU. of the NWU, Made for the Benefit of
Some of the sixth graders are tions, printed on the reverse of this of Section 1. Township 44 South the Uniform System of Public Free

RFC OFFICIAL VISITS HERE becoming poetic. Here are two of form, to wit: Range 34 East: Schools and of the State Institutionsof

1. That the names and addresses cf E% of the SWU of the NWU Higher Learning as a Part of the
the poems written in English classon the publisher, editor, managing editor of Section 1, Township 44 South, expenses of the State on an Equal-,

Emil Schramm, RFC official of Monday, Hallowe'en. and business managers are: Pub- Range 34 East: ity Therewith.BE .

Washington, accompanied by Mrs. Hallowe'en lisher, The Clewiston News, Inc.. W6 of the SEU of the NWU IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGIS-
Clewiston, Fla. Editor, Keathley Bow- of Section 1. Township 44 South, LATURE OF THE STATE OF FLOR-
Schramm and by W., G. Troxler of "Boys and girls, Look out!" I say den, Clewiston, Fla. Managing Editor Range 34 East; IDA: That the following amendmentof

Miami, visited Clewiston Tuesday. For Hallowe'en: is here today. Keathley Bowden, Clewiston Fla. be and appear in the above entitled Section 2 of Article IX of the Con-
luncheon at Business Manager Keathley Bowden cause at the Court House for Hendry stitution of Florida relating to taxation I
for
They were guests! The witches '\they'll come out tonight Clewistcn, Fla. County, Florida, at LaBelle. Florida and finance be and the same is '\\
Clewiston Inn. hereby agreed to and shall be sub- :..>
the '' on Monday the 5th day of December.
I 2. That the owner Is The Clewiston
mitted to
the
qualified electors of the
News Inc., Clewiston Florida F. D 1938. to answer the bill of complaintfiled -
.
When the moon is shining bright. ; State of Florida for ratification or
in said cause, as amended, else
Do You Want These? The spooks, they'll run all over I Duff Palm, Clewiston.Beach, Florida.Florida; S. B.' Beach, the allegations of said bill of complaint 'election rejection to at be the held next in ensuing November general, 1938. "I,

as amended will be takenas
town That is to that Section 2\' of ArticleIX
3. That the known bondholders, confessed by the said defendants. say
Sometimes it down. mortgagees and other security' holders of the Constitution of Florida be
,they turn upside This order shall be published once and the
same is hereby amended
Continued from ) owning or holding 1 per cent or each ''week for four consecutive weeksin so'
( sage one '
They go around from door to door as to read as follows:
of
total amount of
more bonds
'
The Clewiston News, a newspaperof
promote the general welfare of Each one will scare you. more and mortgages or other securities are: general circulation published in I. provide"Section for 2.raising The revenue Legislature to defray shall

Florida and would strengthen and more." None. Hendry County, Florida. the expenses of the State Including

improve the laws relating to each -Sue VonMach. 4. That the two paragraphs next DONE AND ORDERED this 27 day state appropriations for the benefitof
above, giving the names of the own-
of October, 1938. the uniform system of public free
of the four subjects. If, you want Hallowe'enIt's ers, stockholders, and security holders schools provided in accordance with '
WILLIAM T. HULL.
them or any of them, you can only Hallowe'en! if any, contain not only the list (SEAL) Clerk -of the Circuit Court Article XII of the Constitution, and
of stockholders and holdersas
security
of the State Institutions of Higher
have them by going to the polls What do you think should be seen? they appear upon the books of for Hendry County. Florida.' Learning, for each fiscal year and alsoa

and voting in favor of these four Why tiny goblins! the company but also, in cases where EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER, sufficent sum to pay the principleand
the stockholder or security holder ap- Miami, Florida. interest ,of the existing Indebtedness -
changes or such of them as you: That go hobblin' pears upon the books of the company Solicitors for Plaintiff. of the State."

may desire. If, you are opposed to' Down the street. as trustee or in .any other fiduciary Oct 28, Nov. 4. 11, 18.

any or all of them, your preferenceand -Christine" Redish. relation the name of the A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan
person or corporation for whom such
Amendment to Article XIV of the
considered will not
judgment
trustee is acting is given; also that Constitution of Florida Relating to

be reflected unless you show it on DID YOU KNOW the said two paragraphs contain NOTICE OF ELECTION the State :Militia by Adding Theretoan
statements 'embracing affiant's full Additional Section Specially ap-
ballot next Tuesday. Think
your Carlton Prevatt has a new girl? knowledge and belief as to the cir- CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS I II plicable to the Federally Recognized
about them, discuss them with your cumstances and conditions Known ,
under WHEREAS, the legislature of 1937 Troops as the Florida National -
Miss has ?
Montgomery gone I
with con- which stockholders and security holders 1885, of the Guard.
neighbors or someone you I under the Constitution pf
show The Tigers lost a ball game? I who do not appear upon the I State of Florida, did pass four Joint BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE -
and
sider well informed
your LeRoy to bed at 7:30? books of the company as trustees, Resolutions proposing amendments to OF THE STATE OF FLOR-
goes
preference by your ballot. Whatever -I hold stock and securities in a capacity the Constitution of the State of Flor- IDA: That the following amendmentto

opinion must James Winn is taking writing other than that of a bonafide ida, and 'the same were agreed to bya Article XIV of the Constitution of
your you agree lessons? owner; and this affiant has no rea- vote of three fifths of all the mem- Florida relating to the State Militiaby

that in a democracy, laws should I son to believe that any other person, bers elected to each house; that the adding thereto an additional Sec-
not be accepted or fail of accept- ;J. B. can eat over a quart of association or corporation has any votes on said Joint Resolutions were tion to be known as Section 5 of said

ice cream? i interest direct or indirect in the entered upon their respective Journals, Article XIV specially applicable to
ance through neglect. said stock,_ bonds, or other securities with the yeas and nays thereon, and the federally recognized State troops
VOTE TUESDAY: Thomas Waldron's nickname is than as so stated by him. they did determine and direct that known as the National Guard is here-

"Shinsky". KEATHLEY BOWDEN, the said Joint Resolutions be submitted by agreed to and shall be submittedto
(Signature of Editor to the electors of the State at the the electors of the State of Floridafor
I Owen Wjnn is now called Mike? Sworn to and subscribed before General Election in November 1938. ratification or rejection at the
me
U. S. S. C. Begins- Ed VonMach's new' title is this 10 day of October. 1938. NOW, THEREFORE, I, R. A. Gray, next General Election to be held in

I "Steve"? (SEAL) BERYL BOWDEN Secretary of State of the State of 1938, as follows:

(My Commission expires Florida, do hereby give notice that a "Section 5. FLORIDA NATIONAL ,

I -- March 11, 1938.) GENERAL ELECTIONwill GUARD. (a) Whenever there shall
(Continued from page 1) in Floridaon ba in the State of Florida a federally
OUR TEAM be held in each county
traction to tourists and las in the Tuesday next succeeding the first recognized National Guard, the same
John Douglas Hooker was born Monday in November, A. D. 1938, the shall be sui generis and subject to. I
past.. arrangements are being made the lawful orders of the Governor,
the
here in Clewiston almost sixteen said Tuesday being
IN THE who shall be Commander In Chief
by the management to accomodateall CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
He entered the first TWELFTH EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBERfor (b) The National Guard shall be sup-
ago.
years JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
visitors. Visitors will be taken the ratification or rejection of the ported and maintained by the State '
trained grade here and has been promoted FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRA said Joint Resolutions proposing of Florida pursuant to provisions of
through by guides any day \
I regularly to his present class, the COUNTY, IN CHANCERY amendments to the Constitution of the law prescribed for organizing, arming,
of the week except Monday when 1 v. 82.1 State of Florida viz: governing and discipling said National

the machinery is' being cleaned. Juniors. He plays quarterback on RECONSTRUCTION FINANCE : A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingthe Guard in accordance with the Acts of

the squad and has made many of I CORPORATION, a corporation : Amendment of Section 7 of ArticleX Congress and regulations'' of the Unit-
Hours from 9 to 12 and from
are organized and existing under : of the Constitution. Relating to the ed States War 'Department thereunto
'
1 to 4.The I the touchdowns in our games so I the laws of the United :States, : Exemption of Homesteads from Tax- pertaining. (c) Officers of the federally -

far this year. His subjects are: Plaintiff, : atio*. recognized National Guard including -
sugar corporation hesitatesto v. RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE :;- the Adjutant General, shall
BE IT
Latin II English III Geometryand
be appointed and shall be
subject to
make an estimate of the season G. C. BANTZ AS TRUSTEE, : OF THE STATE OF FLOR-
suspension, discharge removal
World History and he is an or com-
and MRS. G. C. BANTZ. his : IDA:, That the following'amendment
yield for climatic conditions and pulsory retirement as such solely on
A student. Unfortunately J. D.didn't wife, and others named in the : of Section 7 of Article X of the Con- the basis of military proficiency char-
other make this of Florida relating -
State
of the
things virtually bill. stitution
: acter and service, as determined according -
get to play against Fort Myers of homesteadsfrom
to the exemption
impossible. However last year a total -I Defendants. : the is to army regulations and usages
be and same
because of injuries. taxation ,
ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIt sanctioned by law, anything in this
of 582,834 tons of cane was hereby, agreed to, and shall be sub-
Hervey Bourne was born in the appearing the the Stateat Constitution to the contrary notwith-
by sworn bill of mitted to the electors of
ground during 138 days and this tanding. (d) The qualification of of-
West Indies, moved to New York complaint filed herein as amended, the General Election of Representa- ficers and soldiers of the Federally
year ,the season will be considerably that the plaintiff is entitled' to a atives in 1938 for approval or rejec- Recognized National Guard shall be'

longer unless there are adverse and then came to the Evergladesand I further order of publication, tion; that is to say, that the said prescribed in military regulations
started to school here. Herveyis Section 7 of Article X of the Con-
IT IS
ORDERED that ,all parties promulgated in accordance with the
climatic conditions which indicates to read
as
amended as
be so
stitution
also in the Junior class and claiming interest under S. P. Herndon general specifications of the U. S.
that the season grinding will deceased, or otherwise, in or to follows: War Department."
takes Latin II, English III and who has the legal titleor
amount to approximately three- the following described real property Every person The votes cast in compliance with
Geometry. He also plays quarter- lying and being situate in the Countyof beneficial title in equity to real said proposed amendments, and the
quarters of a million tons. property in this State and ,who resides -
State of Florida
andJ. Hendry, to-wit: canvass, declarations and returns
back is fast. Hervey
and faith make
very thereon and in good
thereof, shall be subject to the
SEVi of the SW% of th9 SEVief same
his her permanent home,
and both the same or
D. are grand 'players regulations and restrictions
:Section as are
23. Township 43 South
,
the permanent home of another or
Harris Is or1 provided by law for general electionsin
SpeakerContinued
ale all-around boys in sports, including Range 34 East: others legally or naturally dependentupon the State of Florida.IN .

i basketball and dia nondball.I W% of the NE& of the NE /, said person, shall be entitled to
of Section 35, Township 43 South, an exemption from all taxation, exceptfor TESTIMONY WHEREOF.
I -Dick Owen. Range 34 East; assessments ,for special benefits, _I have hereunto set my

( from page one) EI 2 of the NWVi. of the NE% up to the assessed valuation of five hand and affixed the Great

including the Eastern, most com of Section 35. Township 43 South, Thousand Dollars on the said home (SEAL) Seal of the State of Florida -

I Range :34 East: tand 'contiguous real property, as defined at Tallahassee, the Cap-
mon on grass and concrete courts; Womanless WeddingTo EVfc' of the SW of the NEtf, in Article 10, Section 1. of the ital, this the 30th day ot

the Western, used mainly on clay I of Section ,35. Township 43. South, Constitution for the year 1939 and July, ,A.. D.A., GRAY 1938.R. .
be held by ,
courts and the Continental a com- Range 34 East: thereafter. Said title may
Secretary of State.
Be In Moore HavenMoore W% of the SW!t of the NEtf the entireties, jointly, or. in common

bination of the two made famousby of Section 35, Township 43 :South, with others, and said exemption may

Big Bill Tilde'n and also gavea Range 34 East: be apportioned among such of their the ....,
owners as shall reside thereon, as
EU of the SErof the NEl4,
few pointers on the game. ( Haven Democrat) of Section 35, Township 43 South, respective interests shall appear, but

He attributed California's success BREWERFLANDERSMr. ,Range 34 East: : Thousand no such exemption Dollars shall of more be allowed than Five to

at turning out so many outstanding W% of the SEA 4 of the NE% : anyone person or any one dwelling not onq[ SAFE
of Section 35, Township 43 South. house, nor shall the amount of the
tennis stars to the fact and ._Mrs. George E. Brewer Range 34 East; exemption allowed any person exceed
'
that concrete courts were used almost request the honor of the presenceof I E>: of the NEU' of the NW% the proportionate assessed valuation
of Section 35 Township 43 South, based on the interest owned by such
exclusively for play in that Range 34 East: person. The Legislature may prescribe

state. Most tournament play, he Mr. and Mrs. Glades County Citizen W" % of the NE 4 of the NWU appropriate and reasonable laws regu-
of Section 35. Township 43 South, lating the manner of establishing the
said, was on courts and the and Families
grass : .
I Range 34 East: right to said exemption.A \..,...
style of play necessary on concretewas I At the marriage of their daughter E1h of the SWU of the NWU '

very similar to lawn courts. I i Charlina Brewer of Section 35. Township 43 South, JOINT RESOLUTION Proposingan
Range 34 East: Amendment to Section 21 of Article
He commented on the style of I to "W',4 of the SWU of the NWU '3 of the Constitution of the State of

play of some of the leading players 1 Frederick Alfred FlandersOn of Section Township! 43 South, Florida Relating to the Publication of \
Range 34 East; of Intention Local or,
Notice
at this time including Don Budge Tuesday the Fifteenth day of toss
E% of tho SKU) of the NWU Special Laws.BE
who he ranked as "tops" today. Novemberat of Section 35, Township 43 South, IT RESOLVED B.V THE LEGIS-

Budge's success he attributed to his 8:00 P. M. Range 34 East: LATURE OF the THE follc"wing STATE amendmentto OF FLOR- but PROFITABLE!
W>& of the SEr; of the NWU IDA: That
terrific serve and ability to hit At Home of Section/ '35. Township 43 South, Section 21 of Article 3 of the Constitution -
of the State of Florida as
equally hard with backhand and Dowd's Corner Reception Range 34 East: election in
the general
amended at here
C are several saFe places for
E>,& of the NEU of the SWU
forehand strokes. He ranked Helen 1928, be, and the fame is hereby agreedto
of Section 35. Township 43 South and shall be; submitted for ratification your savings...in a safe deposit
I
Wills Moody as still the outstanding A womanless wedding, that Range 34 East; I or ,rejection by the qualified box, in government bonds, invested

woman tennis player. greatest of all mirth provokers and Nth of the NWU of the SWU electors of the//State of Florida votingat
here
of Section 35, Township 43 South the genera j' election to be held in etc. The principal differenceis

Many questions were asked Mr.l I blues destroyers, has been arranged Range 34 Cnat; November, A/D. 1938: that is to say, that HERE your savings earn a

Harris at the conclusion of by the Woman's Club to be helda SWU of the NW?, of the SWU that Sectior/! of Article 3 of the generous profit for .. because
Florida you.
Constitution of the State of
talk which proved the interest of I week from next Tuesday night. of Section 35. Township 43 South,
Range 34 East; shall be/amended so as to read -ns they work constantly and profitably,
those present to hear him. Every November 15th at the school follows: /
I gym SEU of the NWU of the SWU enumeratedin amply secured by many homes.

question was answered fully as nasium. of Section 35, Township 43 South, Section 21. In all cases all laws
Section,
the preceding
sible by the speaker. POS-// Range 34 East: and of uniform oper-
There aro few indeed who recall shal}"be general
W% of the SWU': of they SW t; 'atlor throughout the State, but in all Federal
Other guests present from Palm the last of these weddings who of Section 35, Township .43 South cases; not enumerated or excepted in Clewiston

Beach were Miss' Olive Carter andC. I will not be anxiously awaiting the Range 34 East: I that \Section, the Legislature may pass
I EVS of the SEU of the SWU special or local laws, except as now
B. Savage, president of the bridal march that evening and i I of Section 35 Township 43 South, or hereafter otherwise provided in the Savings and LoanAssociation

Palm Beach Kiwanis Club. Many those who have never witnessedone I Range 34 East; Constitution: PROVIDED that no

visitors from Clewiston.: were'also have a treat coming to them WV4 of the SEU Pf the SWU local {or special bill' ecls.1la.w shall be passed establishing nor- bPAGE -.
of Section 35 Township 43 South shall any local er '
prevent. the like of which they have never 1 abolishing rjjuniclpaUtleB, or
.'. e.-,.., ., ,- ." Range; 8 t East; ; pr