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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 8, 1939
Publication Date: 1928-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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NUMBER 38 CLEWISTON. FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1039 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR
VOLUME 18, _


r, !i- GIVES I Miss Inez Lammons Restricted Production I

;<: DREDGE WELATKA l'ORDINANCE I Is

I Resigns From Faculty
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1: AGAIN AT WORK RULES FOR HOLDINGELECTIONS I I I --- Blamed For Sugar Prices I

The resignation of Miss Inez

SIN CITY Lammons as primary teacher in --- ----------------------- -
e I / ON EAST SHORE I I the local school was accepted by N (!* -
WAR
BRINGS
I I the county school board at the Judge Maddox To QUICK RISE
IN
f '" The U. S. Engineer's hydraulic Ordinance ';No. 31 is published ,regular meeting of the month in PRICE OF MANYCOMMODITIES

I :,) dredge Welatka which has played I as a legal notice elsewhere in this LaBelle Tuesday. Miss Lammonswill I Sell ,Licenses Here \
accept a position at a much
: an important part in the construc- issue and is concerned with pre- higher salary in Miami. Upon the declaration of war by
tion of Okeechobee levees, returned
scribing the rules and regulationsfor Miss Lammons' resignation leaves County Judge W. T. Maddox has England and France and the begin-
to work yesterday on the east
".y shore levee enlargement work after the registration ,of voters and !two vacancies to be filled in the I announced that he will be in Clew- ning of hostilities in Europe there

local school, the position of math- iston on Friday and Saturday of
;: several months lay-off. for holding and ,certifying generaland was almost an immediate increase
ematics and science instructor in each week through September as a in of
prices various foodstuffs and
:
special elections for the city
I ; Carawan Nelson, engineer in the high school not having yet convenience to Clewiston motorists commodities in this and
' country
:'f '- charge of the sub-office here, stated of Clewiston. been filled. wishing to buy driver's licenses. the
commodity showing one of the
I this week that enough funds had Section 1 of the ordinance names Four new typewriters were pur- The licenses went on sale on Tues- most marked increases in price is

f'' u\. been allotted to complete this east the city clerk as registration offi- chased by the board for use in the day of this week and every motorist sugar. The first of ,the week a

shore work, a section of which was cer. Section 2 gives the times at I commercial department of the must secure one before October price
on raw sugar was quoted in
,, awarded by contract recently to the which the registration books shall'Clewiston school, one of them a !, 1. New York at three and a half cents
!
:, Arundel Corporation. The dredge be open and rules for striking off 'I Royal and three Underwoods. Ninety of the licenses were sold per pound, an increase of a half

General will return to the lake names from the list of qualified I Naomi Cornell was elected a by judge Maddox during the first cent on duty-paid raw sugar.

to work on the Arundel contract. voters. Section 3 provides for the I teacher in the Harlem colored day and a half they were on sale.
The Arundel contract is in the The American Sugar Refinery an- -
furnishing of a new list of names i school.
center of the east shore levee in to election officers after a meeting The salary of R. George, bus New nounced at that time a price of
the vicinity of Pahokee. The We- I Bowling Alley $5.50 a hundred ,and this morning
has been held to restore' names to driver on the Clewiston route was
latka will begin work at a point quotations showed that this had
rolls. raised from eighty to a hundred
i: I Under ConstructionJames gone to $5.75, the price of refined
I approximately three miles north of I Bond elections shall be held dollars a month because of the extension -
the north end of the Arundel route sugar, and the increase has been
pro of the this year. .
according to state law is, stated in 1 felt
ject and work southward to connect Mrs. J. Vaughn was appointed locally through an increase of
section 4 and section five
providesfor
. B. Alderman who for the
with the Arundel work. She will attendance officer for Clewiston at as much as two or ,more cents per
the city commission providing past several months has had the, pound at the stores.In .
I% then be moved to the. mouth of the a salary of $15.00: per month
voting places throughout the
city.
Goff pool room leased here, be- commenting the
upon price
I; St. Lucie canal at Port Mayacca and
Section six deals with the advertisement
this week the construction of raise
". work southward two miles to connect gan Jay W. Moran, vicepresidentand
0: with a strip she completed of elections.The four of the new type outdoor bowl- general manager of the United

while at work''' before. remainder of the ordinance TIGERS GET FIRST ing alleys which have become so States Sugar Corporation stated

The section south of Pahokee to provides for nomination and cer- popular in Florida. The alleys will that the situation now existing is

Bacom Point, an uncompleted strip tification of candidates fees for be located on a lot just west of a demonstration of the fallacy of

of about three miles, will be advertised candidates, form of ballots run-off WORKOUT TUESDAYThe .I the post office and directly acros the system of limitation of pro-

l' for bids within a short elections when necessary and the the street from the City Hall. duction of commodities such as
:
time. canvassing of votes.: The alleys are of regulation size sugar. The government has cur-

The drill barge Atlas which has Every ctiizen should keep a copy weather this week has, by and built of concrete forty-three : tailed production in this countryand

.: been tied up at Clewiston since of this law and become familiar no stretch ,of the imagination, been inches in width and 63 feet from I permitted Cuba and other for-

the Welatka ceased work will betaken with its provisions. 'I good football weather but it failed balk line to front pin. Canopys will eign nations to supply seventy per-

I to Canal Point. Monday to I The ordinance, was read in full to dim the enthusiasm of prospec- be erected over both ends of the cent of this country's sugar neces-

resume blasting operations in frontof and passed without amendment at I tive members of the Tiger football alleys with only the concrete alley- sities and by so doing has played

the Welatka. Several hundred I the meeting of the city commission spuad who turned out Tuesday for ways exposed to the weather. A into the hands of these foreign

yards of rock had been blasted in on September 5, the first work-out under their new special type of prestwood has been areas.

front of the Welatka when she I coach and principal, Richard; W. designed to cover these outdoor alleys "In times of stress as are present

) Turk, who arrived here the first which has satisfactory the is
stopped work so it was not neces- Palm Beach Team proven very during a war government
sary that the drill barge start in 'I of the week from Orlando. in other places and Mr. likely to find these foreign' producers -

ahead of the dredge when work Wins League TitleThe Many of the boys played for a Alderman states that he is con- r very inconsiderate of the American -

,was resumed. ,-- ,'_.*.. ', ,- '.. "J4 "J- -.., I time in the hot sun clad. only in sidering using the same type of housewife's need for sugar. If
I bathing trunks and the worKoutseach covering as it will give protectionto we had been working toward the
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West Palm Beach Merchants day this, week have consisted the bowling balls. goal of supplying our own neces-

Stewart Meets With through :victories last week, clinch'I!'I only of brief punting and passing I Both duck-pins and ten pins will sities for the continental United

ed the second half pennant 'sessions. be provided for play Mr. Aldermansays. States the present threat to the

, Solons Over Week-enS South Florida: baseball league ands I Several of last year's first, string .'American housewife would not

the same team won the first, half players were taken by graduationbut' exist," Mr. Moran said.It .
'I Mr. Turk believes that the would be difficult to hazarda
they will be adjudged the winners Post Office Bids Are
Elbert L. Stewart, Hendry county to how high will
: guess as sugar
without making necessary a play squad this year can be made intoas -

representative, was selected as ..0CC. -...,- effective an aggregation as the Yet Announced so or what action the governmentmay

one of'a group of state repre- Tiger squad of last year, the first Not take to set a,, maximum price.
However made .
plans are being
sentatives who
were guests of season of six'-man football here. S News reports from Washington this
John S. Burks of Pasco county, fora i for an elimination tournament between morning are to the effect that mar-
the four highest teams in Mr. Turk's home is in Toledo, Postmaster A. W .Sias is in. receipt -
week-end gathering at Moon keting quotas could be increased if
the league to find an adversaryfor Ohio but he has made his home in of a letter this week from the
Lake near Dade City. the
necessary to step up sugar pro-
Mr. Stewart a three game series with West Florida for the past five years, four district post-office lease inspectorto
states that the (Continued on Page 8)Work ,
meeting without Palm Beach. This is expected to of these years being spent as a the effect that he will not be
I was official sig-
nificance start Sunday with a game here between I student at Rollins College in Win- able to be in Clewiston ,until some-
! and was just a sort of
,'' informal between-session gatheringof Clewiston and Hobe Sound. ter Park. He has had eight yearsof time between the fifteenth and Is Underway

Clewiston wound up the seasonat football In high school' and col- thirtieth of this month and not
law-makers. The chief item of I
interest appeared to be the scenic Pompano, lasf'Sunday, losing bya lege playing two years at end in until his arrival will the resultsof On St. Lucie Lock

score of 6-3. Several of the j i his high school in Toledo and six the bid opening for Clewiston'anew ;
highway through Leesburg, and a
Clewiston regulars were out of the I years at center, two in high school postoffice building be known
deal of
around great hopes of discussion furthering centered its line-up and the game was described I and four at Rollins. He made the Bids were opened by the inspector Cleary Bros., of West Palm Beach
for the
bidders con-
construction. as rather a listless exhibition. I All-State collegiate team there sev- in his office in Jacksonville last successful
,St. Lucie locks,
Among those Forbes' was on the mound for eral years as center. His only pre- Friday and two or more bids are struction of the new
attending were G. and skel-
moved equipment a
Pierce Clewiston and Hudnall did the I vious coaching experience was one known to have been submitted. have
Wood and
E. Clay Lewis
location have
and
hurling for pompano year as freshman coach at his high J j Whether or not any' of these .1 bids; eton crew to the
both
past speakers of the house, work. At this
school ,in Toledo before beginning are ,satisfactory will be announced begun excavation
Robbins of Leesburg, Clements of I
college at Rollins. :Mr.: Turk ,has by the inspector after his visit time they are only using twenty-
Clearwater School Students
DeShon of Arcadia and High
two draglinesand
r I been in Toledo this summer work- here and conference with the bid five or thirty men,

Harrell of Jasper. ing on his Master's degree at Toledo ders. two tractor excavators.The .
\ ( Asked To RegisterRichard I University. lock is being constructed on

"f.._ Local Students Leaving I the south side of the St. Lucie ca-
Board Gives I
County nal alongside the present lock onlya
W. Turk, new principalof Mew SpeaksAt
Principal Stuart. The old
few miles west of
This Week For School the Clewiston school, stated this Indian Road RwyAt I warehouse has been removed to

week that Thursday and Friday, Kiwanis MeetingProf. make way for the excavation and
September 21 and 22, will be set lock-tender's residencewill

Clewiston students are leaving aside for student registration from his request, the Board of I the former be removed as soon as the
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this week and this week-end for the ninth through the twelfth I Richard W. Turk was the county commissioners have guar contractor has built an embank-

l various colleges and a larger group grades, in preparation for the open- guest speaker at the IiwanisClub anteed F. J. Scott of Dania, super- ment on which it can be placed. It

than ever before are now attend- ing of the Clewiston school on .meeting Wednesday evening at the intendent of Indian affairs the will be used until such time as

\ ing institutions of higher' learning.The September 25. ijght-of-way for the proposed road the residences are constructed.
Inn.Mr. new
state college for Women Mr. Turk will ,be in his office Turk stated that he had not in Hendry County which the U S.

and the state university still attract from ten' a. m. until .twelve noon 'I been in Clewiston long enough to Department of the Interior expectsto

; the greater number of stu- and from 1:30 until 3:00 p. m. arrange an outline of school work build. They also agreed to, allow Alachua Youth WinsU.

dents. At the University will be on each of these days and all of I for the term and as he is athletic I him the use of a county draglinefor

James W. Beardsley Bob Patterson the students of the grades mentioned :- coach as well as principal would I crossing ponds where his equip- S. S. C. Scholarship "

', Coburn Moore, Ed Clark, and Bob are requested to contact him give them a short talk on foot- ment would prove insufficient for

Beardsley. Entering the Florida at some time during this period in ball. With the aid of a blackboard; operating. Scott said he would fUr- -

State College for Women in Talla- order that courses of study may be Mr. Turk described some of the nish an operator fuel and 'oil. Dan Roberts a 17-year-old youth

hassee for their freshman year will arranged prior to school openingand plays of eleven-man and six-man According to Superintendent born and reared In Alachua coun-,

t, be Miss Roberta Spicer, Miss Betty prevent the usual congestion I football and explained some of the Scott the project will extend overa ty on a farm south of Micanopy enter-

Hooks and Miss Barbara Morrison. on the first day or two of s 1001. chief differences in the two games. possible period of three years and only six days away from Florida at
Miss Martha Nell Alston leaves Ing the University of
His talk was greatly enjoyed by and cost about $25,000. Beginningat
was
;, this week-end for ,Gainesville, Ga., Building Bulkhead the group of members present. the end of the Devil's Garden Gainesville as a freshman JamesD.
fl. to enter Brenau College. Morris, miles south of awarded Tuesday the $2,000
15
,, grade which is
Ford left Sunday for Columbia, S. Wescott scholarship.Gift .
highway
Beach
Wharf In SlipThe Skating Rink GoingIn the West Palm States Sugar
United
C. where he entered at Citadel, and Whidden's corner the road of the
W. C. Owen, Jr., leaves soon for close to southeasterly direction Corporation and named in honorof
II Citv HallRay will follow in a from
Near
Senator
Sweetwater, Tenn to enter Ten- reservation a the first U. S.
Indian
U. S. Engineers are constructing to the will
pay
L ne-see Military Institute. Scott Florida, the scholarship
\ a new bulkhead wharf in distance of about 22 miles. for each of
$500 a year
Roberts
i the government slip just north of Clark of Bradcnton Beach, and his party left Tuesday on a study in the university.

: COLLEGE TERM TO OPEN the engineer office building. A pile- a brother of Ed Clark of Clewis- scouting trip into the Glades to four years'than 40 applications were
More
i AT UNIVERSITY ,NEXT WEEK driver and draglines are at work ton is this week erecting a skating view the proposed,' route and workis for the scholarship, R. C.

I on the job. rink in the lot south of the city expected to start in the near fu- received dean of students and chair-
Beaty,
: University of Florida-More that Steel sheet piling are being driven hall upon which a rink was recently ture. the University scholarship
of
3,000 students will Invade thisstate around the slip and the material located.It man said. Roberts was a

_: university campus next wee k excavated will be used for back- is understood that Mr. Clark I committee graduate of Gainesville
honor
and another college year will geiunder : filling with ,a probable surface of is considering giving dances at the once a week with skating to 1939 .

.,way. ..' marl. rink at regular intervals, possibly continue the other five nights., Je J high school.I
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AUTUMN SPORTS i IMPROVEDUNIFORM : an

INTERNATIONAL To Know When to Fight
Star Dust Football Is. Serious Business '

I g A loud, noisy and particularly
:* Drama for Carole But Here's the Funny Side' -SUNDAY ILesson objectionable skunk, obsessed by

I its own prominence and the attention -
'''Sings Your Choicer .J'L"4.//.J..J..k.Jh'.m..1.2..1 Bv Dean HAROLD of The L.Moody LUND Bible
Blind Pianists ____ ... .. ...ryu'.m..w.'l/. Two Released Western Union.)
( : by Newspaper
promptly declined by the lion.

fly Virainia1ale "Huh I"1 sneered the skunk. ,
Lesson for 10
September "
"You're afraid to fight me.

practically everybody "No," answered the lion,.coolly,
WITH "The Wizard of Oz" Lesson and subjects copyrighted and Scripture by International texts selected "but why should I fight you? You

much indeed (and, those Council of Religious Education: used by would gain fame from fighting me,
very permission.
al- even though I gave you the worst
like it getting
who didn't licking of your life, as I would do.
most violent on the subject, ,ry. HEZEKIAH: A KING WHO How about me, though? I couldn't

saying that it couldn't even be h. y REMEMBERED GOD possibly gain')anything by defeat-

compared with "Snow White"), p) ri..a. /. /Wa '+" .K LESSON TEXT-II Chronicles 301322. ing you while on the other hand,
the picture got off to a flying GOLDEN TEXT-Turn us again 0 God, everyone'who-met me for a month
and cause thy face to shine: and we shall would know I had been in the
start. be saved.-Psalm 80:3. company of a skunk." .

Judy Garland and Mickey
The way out-that seems to be the
Rooney, who play the leading chief object of the search of men. Make Quaint Doll for

roles, made personal appear- : ;.o, The world is in what seems like

ances with it when it opened hopeless confusion with the 'immi- A Decoration
Toy or .
in New York. They arrivedat nent danger of a devastating explo- I

the theater at 8:45: in the morn- sion which may in the judgment of ...umu..__._
ing, and remained there until almost some destroy civilization. Politics,

midnight. Meanwhile young economics, education, yes, even religion -
people of the same ages as the stars have tried their hands at i J+' 4/ I

lined up outside the theater, waitingto ;r<'7.w:1>",1l:, ; ill &. """Y'.I..... -...:>>/,>......,,"',,:-"..... solving the problem and we seem to _
in-and because of the enthu- be worse off than ever. Conditionsare
siasm get of these young fans, Judy and Each autumn, at risk of smashing their cameras, sports photog- much as they were when Heze-

Mickey had a body guard when raphers get a classic assortment of pictures'' from the gridiron. They kiah came to the throne after the

they did get out for a breath of fresh catch beautiful action plays, freak accidents, fumbles, penalty plays death of his wicked father Ahab.

air and a look at the city. and quite a bit of rough stuff generally. The above pose, for example, The young king brought the nation -

They gave five shows daily except is not one of endearment. Jack Williams of Santa Clara is merely usinga back within a few years to :
and Sundays, when ex- Mike Klotovich. Jack is probe peace and prosperity. How did he ;
on Saturdays high tackle to down St. Mary's giant, : # :;
And Mike "Not at all,. do it? He did not do it. God did it,
Beg pardon, Mike. answers,
ably saying, your
and He did it because Hezekiah remembered -
Jack" maybe but we doubt it. Him and led His peoplein

a return to God, in a recognitionof

His Word, and to restored wor- 1 A f.
c4i ship. God therefore prospered them.It / fwf. r

is that while lesson ,f
1 ..6a significant our -
: is about,King Hezekiah, his per-
t rsk son quickly recedes into the back- 1

a .! y a x ground of our thinking and God is Xxv9-

= Fqq. .o ., a given our attention and our praise. "R vS
t NXf
,, Truly great men do not magnify ak. %,
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? ''''-'' X'.'=' J;'.;c.m.M"."','"}'''''..O.>.-.....: NN-Nm..._______ themselves or their own names, but
point by their very greatness to the

There are many variations of the fumble eternal God to whom they give the
f m aB p.ga= Baroa>3 .M>T'iffrrm
but one variation is as costly as the glory. Let us consider how God

next. The fellow below must feel rather worked through Hezekiah.I. Pattern 6433.

foolish having his arms tucked nicely away A Cleansed Temple. She's bound to be the belle of
4MICKEY Our lesson calls for attention to
-and lo no ball! bazaar-this old-
the charming
the context. Read chapter 29 and

._ _____._ -,,- learn how the priests and Levites fashioned doll! She does equally
x s c' 'rr R well as decoration or toy and is so
Cdr
3}: first were directed by the king to
cleanse the temple which had suf- easy to make. Pattern 6433 con-
tains a pattern and instructionsfor
fered degradation and disgrace under -
doll illustration of it
making ; ;
King Ahab. Sixteen days were
devoted to a thorough cleanup.That's materials required. )
ROONEYtra To obtain this pattern send 15
a good place to start.
w aLL
in coins to The Sewing
I performances were scheduled.She America, how about cleaning up our cents
sang, he did imitations, and the % 4 ( At churches? Some of them need atten- Circle, Household Arts Dept., 259
W. 14th St., New York City.
fans cheered till the rafters rang. tion to their physical property,

,,*,- -;::yv! rogv cFtdeJO''or w W cleaning and rehabilitation. Othersare Please write your name, ad-
i beautifully kept up as far as dress and pattern number plainly.
In "In Name Only" Carole Lom-
the building is concerned, but the
Bette I
bard shows that she could give .
rubbish is in the teaching and in the
Davis some rather stern competition -
as a dramatic actress if she put / manner of worship. Let's clean that How Womenin

her mind on it. The girl who has 'up too.
been playing ga-ga comedy roles II. A Prepared Priesthood. Their 40'sCan

with such zest ever since the public S0: ...' ,.. a { d lf:' !,y, p aOY!' 'YEf Hezekiah gathered the scattered
J( and Levites but he did not
acclaimed her as a comedienne in priests Attract MenHere's
"My Man Godfrey" .has turned in a permit them to serve in the temple

bit of.acting that makes her a prom- until they had been sanctified and good advice for a woman during her
prepared for their work. The men change (usually from 38 to 62), who fears
of those
ising candidate for one she'll lose her appeal to men, who worries
Academy statuettes, next timethey're who stand in the sanctuary to direct about hot flashes, loss of pep, dizzy spells
the worship of God must not only be upset nerves and moody spells.
awarded. 4 c M ;
Get more fresh air,8 hrs.sleep and if you
: men of God's own choosing, but they need a good general system tonic take LydiaE.
must be cleansed by the blood. As Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, made
Now that Nelson Eddy is back on y afr especially for women. It helps Nature build
the sacrifices were offered in Heze- up physical resistance,thus helps give more
that coffee program on Sunday eve- .kiah's day, so for us has One been vivacity,to enjoy life and assist calming
and disturbing symptomsthatoften
jittery nerves
nings his program-makers are busy given in holy sacrifice, and unless, accompany change of life. WELL
once again. He selects his songs those who profess to ,be His min- WORTH TRYINGI I /
chiefly by the number of requests isters have been cleansed by His

from listeners. His secretary tabu- roy blood they have no proper place in Strong Take the Weak
lates the requests every two weeks a p' a\! vt: His service or in the sanctuary..
: rn; hf ;:; We have unmistakable proof
delivers the final count to him. jrti'
and ( : .H ,yy/.aNplffooybi
St- III. A Purified People. time
If possible, he sings the songs for <,h?ik nyyf !! /1/ra :. >:"Yn/a rlS'N that throughout all past ,
of the nation not
number' '.rPoYKtfo:4w: 'h 1 The people were there has been a ceaseless devouring -
which there are the greatest ready for God's blessing.. Some of the weak by the strong.

of requests. The only difficulty is ,.. .. ... ........ ....., ..,... ...,., northern to of
the kingdom,
that people keep requesting the A.Y.;, :;# ;:g: <'{ whom the royal invitation had gra-
same- old favorites over and over. Fll huff and I'll puff and I'll shove-and blow your ballplayerdown. ciously been extended to come to .

)! This is one way to break up a passing attack, but don't try it the Passover, scorned the invitation by Even the purer U. S. PhaI'IIlD.Copoeln.than required
Although she is still on vacation, trick posterity by There nothing' that
while the referee's watching. The preserved for (30:10) was C
Kate Smith is preparing* to returnto photographer, cost Georgetown a neat 15-yard penalty in its could be done .for them. But others S't.Joseph
air in her role of commentator your
the
and ( ASPIRIN
humbled themselves came PURE
the GENUINE
Yes ifs against y.
with Hampden-Sidney last autumn. Sylvia,
is in that role game
; she so popular 11), and those'in Judah came out in
that she's added it to her dutiesas rules But Georgetown won 51 to 0, anyway. a great assembly (vv. 12, 13). -
mistress of ceremonieson Heart of a Child
singing Observe carefully that this was
the "Kate Smith hour." F. To prove football's a more than a great homecoming or The great man is he who does

So she'll begin commenting on October rough game: Left: This jubilee event. The people were hereto not lose his child's heart.Menicus -

9 from 12 to 12:15 Eastern chap just collided headon worship God and they needed to a Disciple of Confucius.

standard time, over the Columbia with a brick wall of be prepared by being "healed" of

Broadcasting system, while her regular the grandstand and is their sins (vv. 18, 20). They too

hour brings her back to the being_carried off the field needed the cleansing blood. Sin is DO YOU KNOW

microphones three days earlier. with 'severe head lacerations -- what we must'be cleansed from' and Wintersmith's 70yearoldTonic
She'll discuss the news of the day rf i C i ry and a fracturedwrist. healed of if God is to bless our land. -that is used not only in Americabut
her f IV. A Feast of Joy and Blessing.The .
also
and own personal expe countriesas
No Camelia also in 21 foreign
wedon't
nation and its leaders kept the -
riences. know why he did it, well! We believe you'll agree
for
forseven days,
-:t feast not only record louder than all
that speaks
Alec Templeton, the blind pianist y t > Just got mad, perhaps. they were not satisfied with this but, thewords in the book. If you

whose Tuesday" ight program is so -.,_N b:......_ they kept it for seven more days need a General Tonic-or if you
popular, is not the only blind pianiston Think of many of us who can hardlysit suffer from Malaria-TRY WIN
the air. Virg Bingham, of. Kansas through an hour of service on 'TERSMITH'S. That's all we ask.
morning, and if we also go
Sunday
City's station WHB, is equally
popular with those who have heard to Sunday school we are quite worn WINTERSMITH'STONIC
/ / out. It is just "impossible" for us
him. His interest lies chiefly in developing x
to get to the Sunday evening serv-
radio trios; the new one is
ice or to the midweek prayer meet-
composed of two girls and Bingham
do not have the
himself, and is the eleventh radio fl ing. Evidently we
h !: of Hezekiah'sday
spirit of the people
trio that he has developed. W:4FIrI
or the joy that they found in
YOUR
K MORE FOR M
God.
worshiped
their hearts as they
ODDS AND ENDS-Tex Ritter, the Right: Spectators get I' If we did, we would seek His house
cowboy, star, was injured the other day it, too. Here is Miss and give ourselves gladly to His 0 Read the advertisements. 0
when he had a bad fall from his mount Thelma Quinn, Tennessee worship. The result would be that They are more than a selling

-not a Shearer horse, but will an do automobile another cheer leader, after beingk. ? we would receive some of the great aid for business. They forman
Norma costume 'd when she mixedup to Judah. whichis N
picture, "Pride and Prejudice," and will 0. got blessings which came educational system
make it. in England Fred Astaire, with a bunch of players The reading of II Chronicles 31 making Americans the best-
Eleanor Powell and Eddie Cantor will in last year's Orange and 32 will reveal how God responded educated buyers in the world.
co-star in "Girl Crazy" Edward Ar Bowl game. Which proves to the cry of His people and how The advertisements are partof B
nold made his first plane trip recently, the watcha He blessed and prospered them an economic system whichis
safest place to
from coast to coast, and plans to take He is the same God today and He giving Americans more Y
:planes instead of trains from now on. game is over your can and will do wondrous things for for their money every day.
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{ Police ProseA

Catarrh May HouseholdNeuis

HOUSEHOLD gentleman driving up Fifth

: Result From Avenue late at night slipped pasta

; ; QUESTIONS light that was just changing,

: r stopping, of course, at the next

, J Bent SeptumsBy corner. A cop who had been
Meatless Dish.' Cooked corn
,, standing on the corner approachedhim
, mixed with a
and green beans and said: "Whatsa matter,
white,sauce and scalloped makes'a ? Din the
blind lights
ya ya see
dish. DR AlIESv.. BARTON :
f
tempting meatless :
change? Where's ya license and
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physicians pay little registration?" thereupon ,took
New Cotton MVOST
Before Washing no attention bendsin the license and registration over
r Goods.-Remove the dressing by under a street lamp, and wrote
soaking in cold water to which a the septums-the partition laboriously in his notebook. He

,, handful of salt has been added. between the two nostrils. As a tore out the page, folded it up,
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matter of fact, a handed it to the driver, and

( Flaky Potatoes.-Boiled pota- nose with i a' TODAY'S snarled: "Get going, now." Stop-

toes are often watery because they is ping at the next light, our man
are allowed to stand in water after straight septum HEALTH unfolded the paper and read, in

they are cooked. As soon as they almost rare. It is careful block printing: "Don't

-. are tender when tested with a estimated that COLUMN pass no red lights."-New Yorker.

fork, drain and shake them for a perhaps one in I A/
minute low fire. / 1
over a the
every five or ten is about

.
, I average finding.
Welcome NuggetThe The, reason little or no at-

largest gold nugget ever tention is paid to a bent or 2'cl'' ,\t

found was the Welcome Nugget, deflected septum is that the

discovered at Bakery Hill, Balla- that thereis t\ ,\S
figures
physician
June 11 1858.
rat, Australia, on ::
In the early days of placer min- no difference in air space be- # <'V
tween 50 and 50 each side in a \
ing in California and Australia. and 60 and 40 witha \\
nuggets considerable size were straight septum
found with much greater frequen- bent septum; they both add up to ;p li

cy than they are ,today, but the 100. This, of course, refers to slight t\\

Welcome was the greatest of them bends or deflections.
all. It weighed 2,217 oz. 16 dwt. What about severe bends or deflections (4'A; 4/ / If7 ; ir. \\1

I (troy), and was sold for 10,500. of the septum? Can the ,
,
? AT
deflection cause symptoms :
No wonder it was called "Wel- severe
Herald. When the deflection is so severe S'i';%'yijI'ssie
comeMontreal! By burning 25 slower than
that it actually 'ncaYJ o.Rrenu/unm:i Nt4f.WttMrf@Mj: [ ..,,:):,.\di t# ir M E: %
y the of the 15 other of
l closes up one side ofthe average

nose there will TASTY SUNDAY NIGHT SUPPERSSee the largest-selling brands test-

HOTTHER 4f not be any air goingto ( Recipes Below) edslower thar.tny of them-

h i or coming from CAMELS give a smoking plus
that peas, mushrooms and noodles, putting -
the
d lungs on Sunday Night Suppers equal to"Which
1 ': side. This means noodles on top. Season each

r BILIOUSNESS 0 0Have lack of ventilation of layer with salt and pepper. Dot top

the sinuses on that Even though you expect everyoneto generously with butter. Pour milk EXTRA
:
: ,
side of the head and have had a noon meal with stay- into dish and top with buttered

I you noticed that in hot lack of draining of ing power on Sundays, people do bread crumbs. Bake in moderateoven SMOKES

weather your digestion and elimination mucous from like to eat when Sunday evening (350 degrees) 30 minutes.
-seem to become torpid- or lazy? -', v"--- any rolls 'round! To be sure, they like (Serves 4-6.)
I Your food sours, forms gas,, causes the sinuses. food that's somewhat lighter, and Jellied Chili Sauce. :i PER
belching, heartburn, and"a feelingof Dr. Barton Dr. W. S. Syme of food that's out of the ordinary. So 1 tablespoon gelatin
restlessness and irritability. Your whom I
Glasgow
,
1, tongue may be coated, your com- have quoted before, in the British it's a grand time to leave the beaten 2 tablespoons cold water PACK
plexion bilious, and your bowel path and serve something a little
Medical Journal tells us that mid- 1 cup chili sauce (or catsup)
,
I action sluggish or insufficient. different.If for 5
Soak gelatin in cold water
,I These are some of the symptoms dle ear and catarrhal conditions are to
:" of biliousness or so-called "Torpid found very 'often with deflection of you serve left-overs, be sure ,minutes. Add to chili sauce, which
I Liver," so prevalent in hot climates. the septum. When severe it serve them in a new way or with has been heated to the boiling point,
may
They call for calomel, or better still, an unusual ac- and stir until dissolved. 'Pour into
Calotabs, the nausealess calomel cause pain by pressing against the companiment like
individual molds or
compound tablets that make calo- side wall of the nose. However, chili tiny paper cups, ,
t the jellied I small from which the chili sauce
pan
mel-taking a pleasure.
the blockage of the little opening
Calotabs give you the effects of 1 sauce I've sug- may be sliced or cut in attractive
from sinus into the prevents
nose
calomel and salts combined, helping gested in menu shapes when firm. Chill thoroughly
Nature to expel the sour, stagnantbile mucous or pus from draining out \\ .'\ No. III. If you before serving. '
and washing it out of the into nose and throat, causing se- plan a meal espe- ?
system. One or two Calotabs at bed- vere pain from pressure. In these
) o time with a glass of water,-that's cases the bend or deflection is highup cially for Sunday There are so many points to ,.
i' all. Next morning your system feels night, plan one be considered in planning meals.
-
I clean and refreshed, your head is in the nose due to injury-foot- 1\.i : which can be
clear, your spirit bright, and you are I ball, boxing, or a fall. served "helpyourself" One which is all too likely to be
feeling fine with a hearty appetitefor The point about this is that while style overlooked is this-that the des-
breakfast. Eat what you wish sert is more than something to
most of have bent and
us a septum
and foods dishes and silveron
and go about your work or pleasure. arrange "sweettooth"
the family's
, Genuine Calotabs are sold only 'In no treatment 'is required, in cases the table so that guests may satisfy
: checker-board (black and white) pack-. of sinus trouble, catarrh or middleear themselves. Appetites will be ; it really plays an impor-
': ages bearing the trade mark "Calotabs.. serve tant part in the menu.
conditions where ventila- '
Imitations. Trial good the eye-appealing arrangement -
I Refuse package only quickened by
Next week in this column Elea-
I ten cents; family package twentyflvocents tion and drainage is necessary, one of the table and the air
at your dealer's (Adv.) with a bent septum is more likelyto nor Howe will tell you whyandwill cigarette gives the most
of informality makes Sunday night
have severe pain and require operation sociable affair. give you, too-some of her actual smoking for your money?
supper a "Desserts the facts recently
favorite recipes for Here are con-
The Heart Knows than one whose septum is
These menus are suited, tooT to That Are Different." firmed through impartial laboratory -
When thy hand hath done a good straight. serving larger numbers lodge tests of 16 of the largest-
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act, ask thy heart whether it was groups, church organizations or Toasted Loaf. selling brands:
well done.Fuller.USE Causes ofChronic clubs. Recipes for the main dish
Trim top and side crusts from a
and salad in every menu are easily loaf of unsliced white bread. Cut 1 CAMELS were found to contain -
ArthritisDespite increased. Unless you have special MORE TOBACCO BY
L recipes and equipment, cakes and through the cen- WEIGHT than the average for

our knowledge of preventing pastries are likely to be better if the ter lengthwise of the, loaf cut-, !; the 15 other of the largestselling -
TARZEMA OINTMENT brands.
is used.
Remarkable rebel for Eczema Ath. rheumatism-arthritis-by removing single recipe ting just to the

leta's and other Foot. Boils external Itching skin, Chapping troubles. infection from teeth, tonsils, Sunday Night Supper Menus lower, crust, but 2 CAMELS BURNED SLOWER ;

LibercJ size Jar SOc. Money refunded sinuses, gall bladder, together with Clam Chowder not through it. ............ g; THAN ANY OTHER
TARZCMA if not satisfied.CHEMICAL Order COMPANY Now. proper rest, diet and exercise, Wafers Assorted Relishes Then cut cross- '" I BRAND TESTED%

Box 472 Chicago, IlL there'are many cases which become Lettuce and Tomatoes with Roque- wise, spacing the SLOWER THAN THE AVERAGE

chronic before infection has been fort Cheese Dressing cuts about 2 inches apart. Brush top TIME OF THE 15 OTHEROF

At Peak of Jest removed. The infection in joints Pineapple Cream Tarts and sides generously with melted THE LARGESTSELLINGBRANDS

When the jest is at its best 'twill has caused changes that often can- Beverage butter. Toast in a moderately hot By burning 2555

be well to let it rest. not be repaired or corrected and the oven (400 degrees) until the loaf is slower,-on the average, Camels
patient is afflicted with stiffness, Tuna Casserole golden brown. Serve hot. give smokers the equivalent of 5

pain, and some degree of deformity.In Orange-Cherry Salad Clam Chowder. EXTRA SMOKES PER PACK!

\ Malaria Chills *Fever jg-. speaking of these cases of Hot RollsBeverage (Serves 6.)' In the same tests, CAMELS
chronic
arthritis. Dr. Robert T. 3
% cup carrot (chopped) HELD THEIR ASH FAR
Tale ratable Oildint.Stops ehiHt! and Phillips, Boston, in the New Eng-
2 tablespoons onion (chopped) than the time
{over,duns blood of mi-wi: .F.moui 0 p ,. land Journal of Medicine, tells of the Thin Slices of Cold Roast Beef LONGER average
... : iVi cups potato (chopped) for all the other brands.
{ 50 Money-bicfc gwrant
i
jl
or
yeari. g Y help that can be given by "physical"medicine Jellied Chili Sauce 3/i cup celery chopped fine)
Mixed Vegetable Salad shrewdly.Get extra smoking and
i or treatment-rest, exer- 1 pint clams Buy
also enjoy the cooler, milder, tastier
Toasted Loaf
cise, massage, and electricity.Dr. 2 cups water and clam liquor smoking of Camel's longburningcostlier
Phillips points out that rest is Cocoa Marshmallow Cake Salt and pepper to taste tobaccos.Camel is the quality
needed by chronic arthritis becauseof Coffee 1 pint milk f cigarette every smoker can afford.

I r Brave and Tender the long drain on their nervous 3 tablespoons flour

The bravest are the tenderest.- and physical energy caused by the Lettuce and Tomatoes With 3 tablespoons butter
infection. The suggestion is Roquefort Cheese Dressing.
an
1% tablespoons parsley
J :).:t I Bayard Taylor. hour's rest after meals. Two posi- (Serves 6) Vz teaspoon paprika

.. i tions are taken. For the first 30 1 head lettuce Chop the vegetables in small

minutes the patient lies on his back, 2 tomatoes and place in large kettle. SURE
pieces
blindnessmay stretched well out, a pillow under % pound Roquefort cheese (crum- Chop the clams and add togetherwith
lower back and the bled)
knees but not
result when the clam liquor, water, salt, .
neglect
you under the.head. For the second 30 French dressing PUFFS
and cook about
twitching, watery, bloodshot, and pepper. Cover NIO }
Remove coarse outer leaves from
minutes he turns face down
sore eyes.: Leonardi's Golden sup- % hour, or until vegetables are ten-
Eye Lotion relieves nearly every ported by a pillow placed crosswise tread of lettuce. der. Scald milk. Make a smooth
eye trouble.Cools heals and 6tren th. under his abdomen. Cut into wedges. of the flour and water. Add

ens LEONARDI'S Joints Should Be Straight.In Peel tomatoes, = paste half of this flour paste to the clam

GOLDEN EYE LOTION regard to exercise, arthritis remove stem end, '" ".. J mixture and half to the scalded
MAKES WEAK EYES STRONGi and cut into 1.
must not allow joints to remain in \ Cook each, stirring constantly -
Large Size with Dropper 50 ants milk.
a bent position. No matter what the eighths. _Place in Com-
i thickens.
B,B.Leonard O Co. Inc.,New Rochelle,N.".. bowl with E?' until the mixture
degree of arthritis, the patient can salad bine and add butter, parsley and
carry out some exercise-lying, the lettuce. Add '--:! paprika. Serve very hot.
\ standing, sitting, walking-to move crumbled Roque- .
his joints and strengthen his fort cheese and CamelslONGBURNING
> muscles.In French dressing. Toss lightly until Send for Copy of ''Easy

regard to heat Dr. Phillips sug- well mixed.Tuna Entertaining.
l gests the use of hot water applica- Casserole. Serving "Sunday Night Supper" is

tions by means of some woolen 1 7-ounce can tuna a simple and charming way of en-

material covered with a towel or: 1 tablespoon lemon juice tertaining; but there are lots of oth-

I blanket to hold in the heat. 1 cup cooked peas ers-tea parties, bridge parties, holiday COSTLIER TOBACCOSThe
1 can button mushrooms parties, and parties for a bride.
1 You find them announced in The massage is done by the use
2 cooked noodles (medium not let Eleanor Howe's cook
cups Why
__ the columns of this paper by of long, smooth strokes in a direction "
merchants of our communitywho toward the heart as it is the width) book, "Easy Entertaining, help
feel Salt, pepper and butter solve your party problems? Send 1C
do not they must keep return circulation of the blood that
the quality of their merchan- needs help. If pain is present, mas- 1 cup milk cents in coin to "Easy Entertaining
dise or their prices under cover. sage should be gentle. Heat shouldbe Butter individual baking dishes. ," care of Eleanor Howe, 91 Ads Guide You on

It is safe to buy of the merchant applied before or during the mas- Sprinkle tuna with lemon juice. North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, TourW1
who 'ADVERTISES.i (This brings out the tuna flavor). Illinois, for your copy. Your Shopping
sage.
f i (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) Arrange alternate layers of tuna, (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)

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THE CLEWJSTON NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1039
FOUR
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.the Fair. Virgin which has been erected in a Free Dealer;
News THE' PHYSICIAN And it appearing to the Court from
The Clewiston Here, gathered ,In one area of Saint Margaret's. The services last the report of said Master herein filed
1 half hour. that the said PAULINE BERNER Is
approximately
one
He's a man we take for granted, the great Exposition, were repre- a. married woman over twentyoneyear
Seldom stop to weigh his worth; sentatives of almost every European By special mandate, of the Most sot age, residing at Clcwiston.
Florida Published, by every the Friday CLEWlSTON In Clewlston NEW Yet he fights for us when dyingAs I nation, all of them on friendly Reverend Patrick Barry, D. D., Husband Hendry County is CARL, Florida H. ,BERNER and that, and her

Inc. he fought to give us birth. terms, each engaged in presentingto Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of that the said PAULINE BERNER pos-

Oh, the countless weary hours, the world the interesting storyof Florida, special prayers have been sesses qualifications the capacity to take, competency charge of, man-and
KEATIIL.EY IIOWIIKX, Editor Throughout days of endless strain, their respective countries. Thou- added to all services in Saint Mar- age and control her own estate and
and to become a Free Dealer -
,
uncomplaining sands of visitors swarmed throughthe garet's Catholic Church here. property
With a patience In every respect and that the
second class mall matte He has stood by beds of pain. different halls; all in more or These prayers are for world peace prayer of her Petition should, bo
February Entered ad J. 1927 at the Post Office In; Oftentimes in early morning less a holiday mood. All was gaiety and a return to Christian principles granted; ORDERED AD-
ClewSslon, Florida, under the Act <.r Long before the break of dawn and color. The war seemed very far with a realization of spiritual values JUDGED IT IS THEREFORE AND DECREED That the

Match 3, 1887.StihHcrlptlon. You can ,see his hurried figure. I awv.y. i ; together with prayers petitioning same prayer Is In hereby said, Petition granted, be and and that, the tire

For his work goes ever on.I It struck me as tragic indeed that protection against hurricanesand said' PAULINE BERNER be and she
note *2.00 Per Vcnr. that you'll discover the friendship, harmony and good disaster hereIn the State of Is hereby authorized to manage take
am sure
,charge of, and control her property
AdvertlsingRate" On Application. There are very few indeed, will so in evidence here, with nations Florida during the hurricane sea- and to be and become a Free DealerIn "
Who can say they didn't find him standing shoulder to shoulder, son. Father Flynn announced, that 'I, every respect.
their side when most in need. presenting all that is good and these services have already been Incorporated GEO. W. WHITEHURST. Judge.
Devoted to the advancement and welfare At other into the services'and Aug. 18, 25, Sept. 1, 8, 15,
of Clewiston and Hendry Count He will give his service freely worthwhile, should on the
When he meets a worthy cause; side of the water be massed at each will continue indefinitely.S. I

unnoticed, other's borders, bayonet in hand .
But this passes quite WANTED: Representative to look
The High Cost of Living is nov For he doesn't seek applause. and hatred in their hearts. R. D. TRUCK DRIVERS I after ,our magazine subscription interests -

becoming higher.No I have known him ..in.. the city, And the pitiful thing is that MUST SECURE $1.00 LICENSES in Clewiston and vicinity.Our .
I have known him in the town, these folks we term "foreigners" I plan enables you to secure a

report of hurricanes so fain I have known him in the country; ; I because they live in a different Tallahassee-FNS-The ,state good part of the hundreds, of dol-

"hurricane month". One observe] And he's never let me down. land- -, sneak' a different' language I road department last week notifiedall lars spent in this vicinity ,each fall

says the storms over Europe have< .Still, he's often made the target and practice different customs, are II truck, drivers employed by the I and winter for magazines. Oldest

crowded them out. 'Of abuse, and gossip too; still very much like us and very department that they must secure agency in U. S. Guaranteed lowest,

I And from folks, sometimes, whose much like each other. They're all 'I chauffeurs' driving licenses. This I rates on all periodicals, domestic,

Secretary Wallace's face is said illnessHe human beings: friendly, kind, cour- will include all truck drivers, delivery and foreign. Instructions and

to have turned red when aske has helped to pull them teous, peaceful and industrious. I boys, bus and cab drivers, I II equipment free. Start a growing'and '

about rising food prices. And well through.If Yet, under the leadership of a wholesale and retail delivery men, I permanent business in wholeor
life God bless him. little group f selfish, .willful men, I
it might. he saves a $ dry cleaning and laundry truck spare time. Especially adaptable
lauded to the skies; the great masses of these nations and 1 MOORE-
He is I drivers, drivers of produce for Shut-ins. Address
his fault, and God help jean I be poisoned with hate, and I all Road
those Po But it's commercial hauling trucks, and COTTRELL, Inc., Naples ,
One way to pronounce murder and ulti-
him, driven into mass I drivers engaged in similar occupa- North Cohocton, N. Y.
nos
Hsh names is to tickle nature your will If a patient turns and dies. mate national ruin, just through lack I tions in'which they receive com- I( '
with a broomstraw and that of plain tolerance and ordinary human I f -
Yet, for those who reason way pensation for driving motor vehiclesof
of the rest.
take care -
We must try to understand understanding. any description.
Tun
oft' rebellious feeling God grant that this time Americawill
is rlffl
There
Chauffeur's licenses cost one k na
The rigid censorship of news ir Caused by death's relentless hand. keep her head and, in the received 1)0 yoU
dollar, and the revenue
European countries is crampingthe So let's raise our voice in tribute words of our President, see to it ito
from sale of all drivers licenses will
style of the see all, hear all, For I feel we should agree that "There is no 'black-out' of be used tt defray the expense of bow ea4L
tell all American news hunters. The physician's proved his value Peace." tobaybuor
the new state road patrol createdby ld be
Many times to you and me. the 1939 Legislature.Add \
The second World War is or REV. LAWRENCE J. FLYNN. Special Catholic
radio commentators -
according to the similes: As scarce as any
and looking' back over eventsof Devotions On FridayRev. a

the past few years we're won: IMNN:NNNNMNNNN..NNNN..:..:..:IAN:..:N:..:. but war news- on the front pagesof rcfinanc.C
dering if the first one ever ended the dailies it"Oul

Too Late To Classify: Father Lawrence J. Flynn, I Home
Driver's licenses are now on sale pastor of Saint Margaret's Catholic 1I

and as a special aid to Clewiston By RUSSELL KAY: Church, has announced that the Read The Ads plan
motorists Judge W .T. Maddox will Perpetual Novena of prayers in

spend Friday and Saturday of each ':MNN NNNNNNH NNNNNN NNNN NNNN:... honor of Our Lady of Perpetual I

week in September here selling the Help will be resumed this week. I FULL DETAILS GIVEN...

little slips which must be"pur NEW YORK: It was my privilege_ These devotions are conducted each IX TIIH CIRCUIT COURT OF TilE WITH NO OBLIGATION
chased by October 1-or else. to: stand in Times Square last Saturday Friday evening at, eight o'clock. TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OK I
FOR IIKXDRYCOUNTY
FLORIDA IN AND
night as part of a surging, Many requests, even miraculouscures IX CHAXCERY.

OCR PRESENT SHARE OF WAR jostling mob that had gathered to< have been granted at these APPLICATION IN THE MATTER OF OF THE Buying a home

jet; last minute war news. Running devotions which are conducted in PAULINE BERNER TO
of
(Moore Haven Democrat) ibbons of light on three sides of Catholic Churches all over the BECOME A FREE DEALER. I your own is I
ORDER AND DECREE.
the finest
Cannons have begun to roar, he: Times building told the tragic world, and the Church is in posses- And sow on this '15th day of August type
bombs to fall, men to die in an story. Individual letters, formed atone sion of affidavits, medical and :A. D. 1939 the above entitled of>> thriftClewiston
for hearing
matter coming
on upon
other useless war across the Atlantic corner of the building, tool otherwise to substantiate these the report of II. A. Rider, Master in I
and to us, in our fortunate heir; places on the fast moving ani- facts. Last year the devotions here Chancery, to whom this matter was Federal
hereinbefore referred by the Order of II III ,
isolation, it all (seems rather re mated sign to form each word. were well attended both by cordial I this Court with the authority and I

mote and not 'likely, for the time Every nationality, I believe, was invitation to all members of the I make direction inquiries to take as testimony to the capacity and to I' Savings and LoanAssociation '

being at least, to influence our way epresented in the throng that, lined community to come on Friday competency and qualifications of the

of living. he; sidewalks: Poles, Jews, Irish, evenings and place their petitions \above take charge named of PAULINE and manage BERNER her own to I'I -

But we had failed, perhaps, to Germans, Lithuanians, Italians, Englishmen before the shrine of the Blessed estate and property:, and to become

remember the food profiteers who Americans from the middle

build fabulous fortunes at the vest, Yankees from New England, . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
up .:NNNNNNNNNMNNMNNNNNN. . . . . .NNNNNNN. . :-NM.. ..:NNNNNNNNN. . :NNNNNNMN. . :NNNNNNNN. . :.INNNMNMN: SN. :NN. :.IN. :NNNNM. :...NNN. )
expense of soldiers fighting on the Southerners, and perhaps a genuine 1 ..N.N.i...:1.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N....N.N.N.:..'N.N.N'.N'.N.H.Ni. N N:M:N:N:N.N N N:N:. .:..:N:N N N:.:N:N:N:M:N..:N:N:N N:.:N:N:N..:..:N:N N:1.:N N:N N N:N:N:N HN, ..
battlefields and when on Tuesdaycame few Yorker (although the average ..:.:.:}: ..i'".;..
the news that, prices on all resident of the great city is seldom :..

foodstuffs and other commoditieswere found in the crowds v that mil ii

soaring heavenward, only around Times Square; this pastime :;::;:
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then did we begin to realize the being left largely to the yokels, ..: <'" ENJOY AN ii

way in which the war would' im- made up of a floating population :::: / 0 J.: : .' ::" XX

mediately strike at us. of a million or more from anywhere \ '
Prices in some local stores have and everywhere). XX: j ; :, ', :i::;:

already advanced ten per cent on It was rather a gay crowd, ;a ..._. (,., ALL ELECTRIC '.4" ",.: 1!
t t.
every item and in neighboring curious rather than alarmed group o '
-
communities the raise is reportedas Now. and then arguments would **'* .. : J-

high as twenty-five per cent. break out, usually in broken English *i :: "./ HOMEElectricity '-..'..'. ,, XXi
And this is only the beginning. It Polish, Italian or German, as, X.J. ; I
::::
had been thought that the neu- passions of the individuals were 1xs:;::;: !

trality embargo, put into effect stirred by the news flashed from AIV !:

Tuesday, might prevent this rapid the bulletin board. But the controversies ..:...!. ; ;
I
rise but apparently those speculators were not heated and the ::::
who are cornering all commodities crowd was generally well behaved .i' that :
is the modern servant servant ;
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in the expectation of a and keenly interested. :t::_!: ; V

tremendous increase in value are Everywhere was color and gaiety, ":;::: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of ,the :tt.:

little concerned, anticipating a revision night; spots brilliantly illuminated and that will do everything quickly efficiently :::!:
of the neutrality act before beckoned from a dozen directions ::;::;:; home one :X'iif: .
weeks have passed. .!..:.
many and .::&:
Those concerned with the news occupied economically.
+
The sudden rise in the price of .i. A
the outer edge of the sidewalks .t..t.
....
gives a hint of what is to be &
sugar ..
come and what might have been while moved a in constant a lane stream closer tothe ofpeople ..t..t..+ One penny will, toast 26 crunchy slices 0 f., or ..:t:

foolish prevented restrictive had it not quotas been for which the buildings. Streets were jammed H:::;: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :::i:

with honking taxis, buses and pleasure !!!
were enforced even after the gov- cars.Newsboys. *=::*i: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is : :;:
ernment was able to see that the
chances of avoiding a war were very worked their way ::::j: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you; use. :
with "Extras"reading
through the crowd '
remote. Everglades sugar producers -
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lowered are quota operating which this means year on that a "eace". From"Hitler the Says bits War of general or My :::: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home :

this season they will not be able to conversation I could gather it was .:...+.. that is all electric and modern. I::::
evident that sympathy wa > decided-
produce even as much sugar as v
they produced last year. Two- ly with Poland and against Germany AX
and over and over again Iheard :.
thirds of America's sugar needs are
the expression "I hope westay ._.
imported from foreign countries, .:.
some of them thousands of miles out of it". CHEAPEST SERVANT 1ft: :
IA:;::: .ELECTRICITY IS YOUR ,
away across submarine infested wa- Earlier in the day I visited a

ters, so it isn't difficult to visualizea umber of the great foreign exhibits ;.X.:.
at the World's: Fair. Exhibits that
curtailment of sugar usage in .t. yy
the next few months or even weeks. aid of the charm and beauty, thetidu&trial 4"* .:. -USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY.t 8

The Everglades producers of and agricultural development n /

raw sugar, those fortunate enoughto and advantages offered bye *t* **

grow sugar cane, will make good I various nations represented. tA A xsXX A!

money out of this year's crop and Displays> from Great Britain, Italy, AX .&..J.
other crops for the ,duration of Turkey, Russia, France, Poland and XXtt i .;..!.
s .. AUV .
the war and for several years af many other lands. | ..
terward. For that we are glad for At these buildings I had been II

there is no speculation on Ever- greeted in a friendly and courteous

glades sugar-last year's crop was lanner. Lads with a distinctive AA

sold entirely at the current mar- tritish accent were happy to show yi i G ades Power and Light Co i

ket price.It me about; chic French girls sold

would seem that this situa- me cigarettes and called me "moir- -

tion proves conclusively the dan- ieur"; dark-eyed Italians proudly I ,t,.t.

gers of; the quota system and it showed me the craftsmanship ofthe f.*... IPAGE
seems that the government shouldsee I Italian worker. The situation #.?t.:.:
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I I E. 'L. Stewart returned Monday JMRS. WILSON ENTERTAINS Is Your! Subscription Paid?

: 1 '1 from a week-end at Moon Lake, 'MEMBERS: OF BRIDGE CLUEI/ I

: (where he attended a meeting _,of a I I D
I Personals ) Mrs. R. C. Wilson entertained FOR SALE: House hold furnish-
group of representatives who were
members of her bridge club at her ings, including Frigidaire, electric
!guests of John S. Burks of Dade
home Wednesday ,evening. Vials of sweeper, rugs, chairs, lamps, etc. ...
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City. Forest C. Taylor, Telephone 81. -
do cologne were given as first
R. O. Couch of Grant, Fla., was I beau, Community Church Manse, Clewis-
f a business visitor here yesterday. I Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson and and second prizes to Mrs. H. H. ton. Johnson's Fish CampS

: son, Jimmy, have returned from a Turner and Mrs. R. C. Nowling.A .
t I
J. F. Curry spending a few two weeks visit with relatives in delicious salad course was ( -nr Hurricane Gate)

; days in Jacksonville on business.Dr. I f Sarasota and Live Oak. They also served by Mrs. Wilson to Mrs. S. L. J.M. COUSECounselor Clewiston, Fla.

I made a sight-seeing trip to several j j'I Crochet, Mrs. Blanche Turner, Miss and Attorney nt Law oats and Mot rs-Guide Service
i
and Mrs. Forest C. Taylor places of interest in the state. Mae Palmer, Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, Hopkins Building11'ednm.days Rates Reasonable

were visitors in 'Moorc' Haven I'I Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. Roy Al- and Saturdays \\. H. Johnson, Mgr.,
afternoon. ,
Thursday 0:30 to 4:00
Miss Lucille Strehle- left Satur-
I ston, Mrs. Nowling and Mrs. H. H.
day for Gretna', La., after a visit -
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Mrs. D. M. Draughn and Miss Turner.
Elizabeth Draughn of Moore Haven here with her sister, Mrs. F. ,

were visitors here this morning. I I Rodriguez and 'Mr. Rodriguez. M'I :AL1RGERY ALLEN HAS I ..

j:: niece, Shirley Ruth Rodriguez BIRTHDAY PARTY I ', FAMOUS HOMES INHISTORY -

Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Headley, Jr., turned to Gretna with her and will "

and daughter, Billie, have moved I again attend school. there this year. I Mrs. D. B. Allen entertained witha I ," -

to Clewiston from Fort Myers. I party Wednesday afternoon in I ,
celebration of the 11th birthday of
Mr. and Mrs;' T. B. Shelley, Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson I her daughter, Margery. (
and Mrs. E. E. Kelly and Mr. and I ,
,'. spent the week-end at Matacumbe I After a pleasant hour of gameson
and other of the Florida Keys. I Mrs. Ed Colyer enjoyed a deep sea the lawn, the visitors were invited ,= ,JIY m n w

I fishing trip off West Palm Beach into the house for delightful f

Mr. and Mrs. -F. O. Replogle of I I'l Ii J Sunday. Mr. Shelley. was the 'successful refreshments of birthday cake and ,, 7 I n I I J t ilk r

i Jacksonville_ spent the week in I fisherman of the group, ice cream. -

Clewiston. I landing a sailfish, a dolphin and a The guests included Jo Ann
bonita. I Crouch, Carline Berner, Betty Mc- nt 1/om '
H., T. Frierson spent Monday in I Duffie, Grace Ward, Jacqueline e of

Fort Myers visiting his sister, Mrs. i I Among the Clewiston residents Bledsoe, Jean Bledsoe Gene Land, "HOME' SWEET HOME"

Oliver F. Sciple.Mr. who enjoyed Labor Day at Fort June Espenlaub, Mamie, Trice, Ber- ,
tie Trice, Eleanor Sue Holland, t OWHI
I( Myers beach were Misses Hazel
and Mrs. Henry Lutes of I Prince, Dorothy Hare, Mrs. Sarai Heather Guthrie, George Anne :z m m$ This was the home of John YOUaI
Fort Myers have moved to Clewis '' Suggs, Shirley Kruger, Jeanette I I tl'NITt;
Jo Crews, Miss 'Pearl Brantley, EdWard I Howard Payne, author of ones NOME
ton. Dobbins, Betty Stough, Jo Ann Wal-
Coburn Moore, Mr. and Mrs. of America's
,r) best loved
-
Doris Simmons. songs
and
/ Richard H. Knight, Mr. and Mrs. I ker
Miss Laura Matteson returned
: I H. R. Knight, Dale Crews, Richard
: i Wednesday from a week's stay in Let us Kelp you achieve the security
West Palm Beach and Miami. I and Jimmy Knight. IIIIIIIIIIImmijllllllmmlmIJmI! !! !i IIIllllljllliIIllllli1i1] !! !!!:! I IIJ!i! i "
-- and comfort of a home of own
} f Leroy Hare and J. D. Hooker, WITH THE your
Mrs. Bill Blount, Billy and Louise __
who have been in
'working Philadelphia
-
Ij Blount, are visiting relatives in during the summer returned : :
Churches
: Wauchula for several days, to their home here Wednesday. 1 m

I They were accompanied by Edgar

for Wilbur Dade City McGehee to enter left'St.Wednesday Leos' pre- :Ezelle who returned with them as Lmlm I !.I Ilmi:V'I!II I I II, : llmffiimllmi i [lI? !illiiIliiliII! !lm Illiiill i!!dST. Clewiston Federal Savingsand
: I
far as his home in- Mobile, Ala., and
paratory school. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC I
,by Jack Moorman',who remained in I
Philadelphia.Mr. CHURCHRev. I Loan Association
Mr. and Mrs G. R. Hatch and Lawrence J. Flynn, Pastor J
children spent the week-end at Lake II
1 and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad and
Helen and DeLand. Mass each Sunday morning at
son, Kim, returned, Monday from
I a
the last Sunday
8 o'clock, excepting -
::1, Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden I two weeks' trip. They spent a of the month' when the time\ i ie:?
week in Central Florida then mo-
i and sons visited relatives in Okee- ; 10:30. I
, tored to Charleston, S. C. They
chobce Sunday. I Confessions arc heard every Sat-
'J returned Jacksonville, spending
Labor Day week-end at Jackson- urday evening from 7:30!) until 8:10/: / ,
Miss Edith O'Steen of Tampa is all the Masses. '
and before
I
ville Beach
with Mr.
and Mrs.
,: visiting her sister, Mrs. R. C. I II
George Sparks, former Clewiston; Week-day Mass every morning ?t
Nowling and Mrs.' J. L. Whitaker. j "- 1c
%
-I !zcsidents. 7:30.: I II

Mrs. J.... V. Thomas, Mrs. ,Paul I Devotions in honor of Our Lady
;
Mr. and Mrs. M.V.. Bigg returned COllductrrlFridt II
''Mrs. of Perpetual Help arc
Rardin and Louis Davis of I I i
.. V Canal Point spent Thursday here I Monday -fro-m a' months; vacation. ti ) evenings; at 8 o'clock, Ol I
i They spent a few ,days in New lowed by Benediction, of 'the Most
vrith friends. 'I
i York and at the W'orld's Fair, then }]'. Blessed :Sacrament.::
visited briefly in Boston their
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Reynolds and I on Religious Instruction Class' for
to the Maine woods. After
daughter, Miss Mary Frances, of way a children Saturday morning at ,nine
stay there, they crossed over into
West Palm Beach spent the weekend : here in Clewiston, and after Sunday 9 tlI1ifl11Ii1
p in Clewiston.G. Canada and enjoyed visits in Mon- Mass In Pahokee. ; When it rains,the patented deep emergency ";'
treal, Quebec and Ottawa and at drain channel carries off seepage water in.
Callendar, where they saw the The Mass schedule of Pahokee is stantly and keeps the roof weather-tight
B. Thomas returned Wednes- Dionne Quintuplets. 10:30 every Sunday, excepting the: and leak-proof. Only genuine Super Chan. :
day from St. Petersburg and Saf- last Sunda of the 'month, when neldrain has, the patented construction.

ety Harbor, where he spent the Mass is at eight o'clock. The pub- Only Super Channeldrain Roofing gives
W. L. Brown has his
past two weeks. resigned lic, regardless of religious belief, 1 you the extra long life of COPRLOYWheeling's -
position in the offices of the United famous rust-resisting copper
in this church.} .
is always welcome
States Corporation here and also
Sugar Channeldrain is to
alloy. Super easy
Richard W. Turk, principal and
will leave Sunday morning for New I lay. We supply all needed accessories.
coach in the Clewiston school for CLEWISTON COMMUNITY
Orleans to accept position
a as a
the coming term, arrived here Tues- '
day from his home in Toledo, Ohio. commercial radio telegraph opera- CHURCH .) ,:
I tor. Mrs. Brown will accompany Royal Palm Avenue ROYAL LUMBER COMPANY
him and her vacation in New
Mrs. George Stewart left Sunday spend Forest C. Taylor, Minister
Orleans but will return to Clewistonto PHONE 88 .
I for St. Petersburg after spending a
continue her work for the .
week here with her son, E. L. sugar Morning worship and sermon Prices CompetitiveModerate
I
corporation.
Stewart and Mrs. Stewart. every Sunday at eleven o'clock.,

I Sunday school at 9:45 every Sun-
Miss Alma Richey and Miss Lucy PalmerRogersMalachi I day morning. -..:

Stanley of Fort Myers were guests I
Endeavor
Senior Christian every
recently of, Mr. and Mrs. I. M.
Pafford. Franklin Palmer, of Monday evening at 7:30.

Clewiston and Miss Mary Frances I The public is very cordially invited -

.-to..... Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Chenevert Rogers, of Dayton, Ohio, were unit- : to worship' in the Community

and children and Mr. ,and Mrs. P. ed in marriage on Tuesday, August Church. 1

fr C. Tarleton and children spent the 29 at Covington, Kentucky in St.

holiday week-end in Miami. Mary's Cathedral. Fr., John Hayes, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
pastor of the church performed the i' I
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Mrs. W. H. Lanier and Miss Lee ceremony in the presence of the "The Friendly Church"

Prldgen returned Sunday after bride's parents and her aunt and Corner Ventura and Central Avenues ,

spending the summer with rela- uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wolfof I Services Every Sunday: :

tives in "vv ilinington., N. C. Dayton.
: Sunday School at 9:45. a. m. :
,The bride was attired for the B'I COURSE i. I
J. Herring, Supt. :
Mrs. Judson Francis and baby ceremony in a simple street frock I i

1 daughter, Mary Katherine, have of pink with blue accessories., I Morning Worship 11 a. m. i I' '

gone to their home in Canal Point. Mrs. Palmer is the daughter of B. Y. P. U.700. p. m. A. H.I : : ":- ';;: ;
J Mrs. A. O. Ward accompanied Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Rogers and 'King, director. Mrs. Herman Davis E.----- : I

Francis for a few days' visit. has spent the greater part of her associate. .
I
life in Dayton. She attended the Evening Preaching at 8 p. m. : t.1

Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Mrs. Leah Spi- public schools of that city but at- I i Midweek service every Wednesday :

cer, Miss Betty Spicer, Miss Flor- .tended in her senior year St. Cloud I evening at R p. m. -- .- -
high school at St. Cloud, Fla., and
ence Graham and Miss Robert Spi- ; I
II W. M. S. each 2nd and 4th
cer were visitors in Fort Myers ,was graduated from that school I Tues-I :
in of this day at 3:30 at the church, =.
last Saturday. the'spring year.
Mr. Palmer is the son of Mrs. I R. Broadfoot, president. I : ..... Open to the Public

Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Ford droveto Clara Palmer of St. Cloud and I The public is cordially invited to :

West Palm Beach Sunday to spent the greater part of his life ;attend all services.' I "

accompany their son, Morris Ford there, attending the public schools : The pulpit will be filled at both I : ------------------'-------------

,I who left for Columbia, S. C. to of that city and graduating in the the morning and evening servicesby :

enter Citadel for the ,fall term.I class of 1935. For the past two Rev. O. H Denham. All are" \
years he has been employed in the 'urged to attend. H

I "., W. Sias and Dr. J. W-: Ezelle offices of the United States Sugar The executive committee of the I : i I I
lc last Corporation and during thisresi-
spent in
Saturday and Sunday ,W. M. S., will meet on Monday afternoon "
I West Palm Beach where Mr. Sias dence here has made a wide circle I at 3:00 p. m. at the home

attended a meeting jiost-office of friends. .of the president. I":
j employees at the George Washington The couple remained in Covington I :: Gree-i Fees :_: U
will
Hotel. until last Thursday and were : The cottage prayer meeting
entertained with a reception on i be held at nine o'clock on Tuesday _: Exceptional Fairways
i Mrs. C. L. Moran left Thursday Wednesday night by the bride's ;morning at the home of Mrs. A.IR. I.:

I for her home in Milledgeville, after I parents. They stopped for a brief I I Broadfoot. :_: Interesting Greens =.

spending two months here with : visit In St. Cloud on their way to I The regular and social meeting I :
l her son, Jay Wi. Moran. Mrs. C. L. Clewiston, arriving here the first I of the W. M. S. will be held on I'

1' Downs accompanied her to Tampato of the week. They have taken an Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 at the I N H I N 1 NM: : :Iw11 N 111 N11:iN1 NN:111i, 11N: N: : 11: 11

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"These trousers may be usefulto

day I'm going to paint a picture of Eloise, red-haired and vivid in a you," said the kind old lady.'All .

a man carrying off a woman. And cloak and turban of wood-brown, they need. is a little mend-

THE:_STORY THUS FAR I'm going to make him a slender seemed to stand mentally on tiptoe."I ing."

young god-and she shall be a rather wouldn't miss the talk I. am going "That's all right, mum,". said

Young, pretty Jane Barnes, who lived with her brother, Baldwin when,she In Sher-read substantial goddess-but she'll go to have with the reporters to- the tramp. "I'll call back.in half
wood Park, near Washington, was not particularly impressed Delafield Simms with him-his spirit shall conquer night." an hour."
attractive Edith Towne had been left at the altar by "
rich
wealthy that New Yorker. However she still mused over it when she met Evans One of the men of..the party pro-
neighbor whom the war had left completely discouraged and herShe "Don't be idiot Eloise."
Follette a young Evans had always loved Jane. That morning Baldwin Barnes, on looked at him in surprise. tested. an WINDY ON DECK
his despondent.way to work in Washington, offered assistance to a tall, lovely girl In distress. "Then you paint?" "Well, I owe Edith something.
Later he found a bag she had left in the car, containing a diamond ring on "I'll say I do. Terrible things- Don't I, darling?"
his
knew then that passengerhad '
which been was Edith inscribed Towne."Del to Already Edith-Forever.he was half He in love with her. That night he magazine covers. But in the backof "You do." -There was a flame in i i / l1AnOYeiI

discussed the matter with Jane, and they called her uncle, worldly, sophisticated my mind there are master- back of Edith's eyes. "She liked
He visited them at their home, delighted with Jane's sim r-
Frederick Towne. Delafield before I did. 1'
Edith Towne pieces- .
Edith's story. Because her uncle desired it,
told them
had plicity.accepted He Delafield Simms whom she liked but did not love. She disappeared He was a whimsical youngster, "Cat," said Eloise lightly. "I
immediately after the wedding was to have taken place. The next day Jane she decided. But no end interest liked his yacht, but Benny's is bigger -
received a basket of fruit from Towne, and a note asking if he might call again. She turned to
isn't it ?
Benny
Follette widowed mother of Evans, was a woman of indomitable courage. ing. "I don't believe your thingsare ,
Mrs.Impoverished, she nevertheless managed to keep Evans and herself in comparative terrible. And I shall want to the younger man of .the party who
comfort by running a dairy farm. Evans, mentally depressed and disillusioned them-" had not spoken.
and looked to his motherland Jane for guide see "
Edith, had Towne little phones self reliance Baldy in answer to an ad. She asked him to bring "You are going to see them. I "I'll say it is," Benny agreed,
her ance.pocketbook. Jane calls on Frederick Towne in his elaborate office. He gives have a studio in our garage. I cheerfully, "and it isn't just my
criticizes
his stenographer, a letter to Delafield Simms in which he severely she's after. She has a
Lucy him. Unknown to him Lucy_and Simms are in love with each other. sometimes wonder what happens at yacht that
Towne takes Jane home in his limousine. She Introduces him to Evans, who night when my little flivver is left real little case on me."
Baldy goes to meet Edith Towne at her hiding place. older than El- Bug-This must be one of those
is jealous of Towne. alone with my fantasies. It must The second woman,
I've heart!
feel that it is fighting devils" oise, tall and fair-haired in smoke- .hurricane decks that

He broke off to say, "I'm as gar- gray with a sweep of dull blue wing about!

Please don't let me across her hat, said "Edith, you
VIContinued9 not find it out until the day of our rulous as Jane. Quite So
CHAPTER .
uncle has been
bad child
wedding. talk any more about myself. your "What a delightful baby!" said
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"She isn't in the least to blame, "Is Jane your sister? frightfully worried. the minister, visiting -
They laughed together. Baldy was and somehow I can't feel that I am "YesAnd now let's get down to "Of course, you'd know, Adelaide.And nervous"of his young congregation. "How

great fun, Edith decided, different. quite the cad that everybody is call- realities. Your uncle wants you to it does him good to be wor old one is he-er-or she, as the case
"You are wondering, I fancy, howI ing me. Things are bigger some- come home." ried. I am an antidote for the rest "
be?
happened to come here," she said, times than ourselves. Fate just took "I'm not going. I know Uncle of you." may five weeks replied the

leaning back in her chair, her bur- me that morning-and swept me Fred. He'll make me feel like a returned Everybody laughed except Baldy.He "Just mother. ,
nished hair against its faded cush- from prodigal. He'll kill the fatted ran his fingers with a nervous proud "
away you. well! said the
ions. "Well, an old cook of Moth- calf, but I'll always know that there gesture through his hair. He was "Well, parson"
"It isn't her fault. She wouldn'tgo "Your youngest I suppose?
,
wife of "
is the ruffled
er's, Martha Burns, were husks- like a young eagle with a
with although I begged
the landlord. She will do anythingfor away me, "And hogs," Baldy supplemented, crest.
meals her to do it. And she was right of Yes, It's No!
me. I have had all my dreamily. "Some people are like Martha came up to arrange for a
Miss Smith.
course. Jilted Suitor-I see,
I might be a thousand that." coffee and
upstairs. over
table. "Bring
"She is poor, but she isn't marry- your Your last word-once and for all
miles away for all my world knowsof for The world "Look here," he said suddenly, sit with us," Eloise said; "we wantto
ing me my money. is-No.
"
me." "if I were you I'd go back. hear all about it."
the world
she is but
will !
I say Miss Smith-Yes
"I was worried to death when" doesn't recognize the real thing. It "I will not." "Edith shook her head. "I don't

thought of you out in the. storm. has come to me, and if it ever comesto I "I think you ought. Face things belong to your world yet. And I've
all the while I was sitting out. Let uncle understand that "
"And you, you're going to thank me for your had a heavenly time without you.
with my feet on the fender, reading this-but now you'll hate me, and there are to be no postmortems. It They went on laughing. Silence

about myself in the evening pa- I'm sorry. You're a beautiful, won- is the only thing to do. You can't settled on the two they left behind.

pers.tt"And : derful woman-and I find 'no excuse stay here forever." And out of that silence Edith asked,

what you read was aplenty for myself, except the one thatit "Did Uncle Fred make you his "You didn't like the things we
said Baldy, slangily. "Someof ambassador?" coldly "
would have been a crime under said?
those reporters deserve to be the circumstances to tie us to each "He ,did not. When I came, I "Hateful!"
shot." other. felt that I would do anything to "Do you always show what you '"

"Oh, they had to do it," indiffer- "In spite of everything, keep you away from home as longas feel like that?"

ently, "and what they have said is "Faithfully, you liked. But I don't feel that "Jane says I do."

nothing to what my friends are say- "Del." way now. You'll just sit here and "Well, if it had been anybody but DIXIE FILM SERVICE

ing. It's a choice morsel. Every I grow bitter about it instead of Eloise Harper and Adelaide Lara- P.O.Bow 4385-A Atlanta, Co.
girl who ever wanted Del's millionsis There was a moment's silence as thanking God on your knees." more Adelaide is Uncle Fred's lat

crowing over the way he treatedme. she finished. Then Edith said, "So He flung it at her, unexpectedly.There est."

." that's that," and tore the letter into was a moment's intense si She rose. "Let's go upstairs. I

The look in his eyes disconcerted little shreds. Her blue eyes were lence. Then he said, "Oh, I hope I stay here I shall want to throw

her. "Do you really think that?" like bits of steel. you don't think I 'am preaching-" things at their heads. And I don't FRMALARA
GOOD
"Of course. We're a greedy "He's right," said Baldy. "I'd "Nonoand suddenly her care to break Martha's dishes."

bunch." like to kill him for making you un head went down on her arm, that They stopped at the other table,

"I don't like to hear you say such happy-but the" thing was bigger beautiful burnished head. however, for a light word or two,

things." than himself. She ,was crying! then went'up "to Edith's sittingroomon !

"Why not?" She shrugged her shoulders. "Of "I'm sorry," he told her, huskily. the second floor. When they

"Because-you aren't greedy. You course if you" are going to condone- And again there was silence. were once more by the fire, she

know it. It wasn't his millions you dishonor- forward She hunted for her handkerchief, said, "And now what do you thinkof .-And Malaria Chills and
hugginghis
He was leaning "
were after. and he handed her his. "You me? Nice temper?
"What was I after-I wish you'd knees. "I am know not condoning this-that needn't be sorry," she said; "it 1 "I think," he said, promptly, Fever! ,
But-I
tell me. I don't know." anything. seems-rather refreshing to have "that they probably deserved it." Here's what you want for Malaria,

"Well I think you just followedthe someone say things like that. Oh, I She laid her hand for a fleeting folks! Here's what you want for

flock. Other girls got married.So wonder if you know how hard we moment on his arm. "You are the It's awful Grove's chills Tasteless and fever.Chill Tonic!

you would marry. You didn't are-and: cynical-the people of my rather a darling to say that. I was A real Malaria medicine. Made
know anything about love-or youwouldn't set. And I don't believe any of us really horrid." especially for the purpose. Contains

have done it." I. ever-thank God." When he was ready at last to go, tasteless Tasteless quinidine Chill Tonic and,iron.Grove's ac-.

"How do you know I've never They talked for an hour after that. I she decided, "Tell Uncle Frederickto tually combats the Malaria infection -

been in love?" "There is no reason why you should send Briggs out for me in the in the blood. It relieves the

"Isn't it true?" hurry back," Baldy. said, "but I'd morning. I might as well have it freezing chills, the burning fever.'

"I suppose it is. I don't know, / d' f+s let your uncle tell people where over, now that Eloise is going to It Thousands helps you feel take better Grove's fast.Tasteless

really." you are. Then the papers will dropit spread the news." Chill Tonic for Malaria and swear

"You'll know some day. And you -.- don't you see?" I I "I wish you'd go in with me- by it. Pleasant to take, too. Even
1 I've been silly children take it without a whimper.Don't .
mustn't, ever think of yourself as "I see. Of course tonight.
of Malaria
first sign
mercenary. You're too wonderfulfor -but you can't think how I suf- "Oh, but I couldn't" take suffer Grove's! At Tasteless Chill

that-too-too fine-" ,.u fered." "Why not?" Tonic. At all drugstores. Buy the
She realized in that moment that st She would not have admitted it to She weighed it-"And surpriseUncle large size as it gives you much

the boy was in earnest. That he 1 Fri anyone else. But she met his sin- Fred?" more for your money.

was not saying pretty things to her cerity with her own. "I think we'd better telephone, so

for the sake of saying them. He "I was going to have our lunch he can kill the fatted calf."
Close .Inspection
was saying them all in sincerity."It served up here," she said, "but I "Yes. He doesn't like things

is nice of you to believe in me. think I won't. The dining-room sprung on him. Hurts his dignitybut A man's reputation draws eyes

But you don't know me. I am like down-stairs is charming-and if any- he's rather an old dear, and ]I upon him that will narrowly inspect -

the little girl with the curl. I can one comes in that I know-I shan't love him-do you ever quarrel with every part of him.-Addison.

be very, very good, but sometimes I care-as long as I'm going back." the people you love? .

am 'horrid.' The food was delicious, and hav- "Jane and I fight. Great times." '

"You can't make me think it." He ing settled her problems, Edith "I have a feeling I shall like /- IF HATE YOU GREASY LIKE: SUN-TAN MESSES AND .

handed her a packet of letters. showed herself delightfully gay and Jane." "M' .::COOL.. HOT-WEATHCRSKIN AND SOOTHE SUMMER WITH

"Your uncle sent these.There's one girlish. There was heliotrope. in a "You will. She's the best ever. MEXICAN HEAT POWDER.

from Simms on top." ly I+ y 4 Sheffield bowl on their table. Not a beauty, but growing better- /'I\.

"I think 1 won't read it. I won't "Martha grows old-fashioned flowersin looking every day. Bobbed her hair
read any of them. It has been heav- pots," Edith said. She picked outa -and I nearly took her head off. WNU-7 3&-09

enly to be away from things. I feel spray for him and he put it in But she's rather a peach."

like .a disembodied spirit, lookingon his coat. "It's my favorite." She "I'll have you both down for din-

but having nothing to do with the -- .-- -- told him about Delafield's orchids. ner some day. I think we are goingto ,
world I have left." "Think of all those months," she be friends"again that light ,.i r'1',. I.
He was a whimsical youngster, said, "and he never knew the flow- touch on his arm. J ,
-They were smiling now. "I can she decided. her hand in his. "I
believe that," Baldy said, "but I ers I liked. He caught Help Them Cleanse the Bloodof
think you ought to read Simms' letter some day if you ever fall in love, There were other people in the shall only ask that" you let the page Harmful Body Waste
room, but it was not until the end twang his lyre. Then with a deeper Your kidneys are constantly filtering
You needn't tell haven'tany you'll forgive-
; me you "Miss Towne I can't tell waste matter from the blood stream.But
whom ,
note
fall in love of the meal that anyone came ,
curiosity. "I am not likely to kidneys sometimes lag in their work-do.
Edith recognized. you how much your friendship would act Nature intended-fail to re-
not as
"Well, I have, she broke the en- coldly, "I'm too sensible Impurities that, if retained may
move
velope. "More than that I am mad- "Oh, I know. You've had stringsof "Eloise Harper-and she sees mean. poison the system and upset the whole
"Now "Would it? Oh am going to
remark. .1
ly curious. I wouldn't confess it lovers-you're too tremendously me, was her sudden body machinery.
backache
bo raeinng
with and Symptoms may
times
though to anyone-but you." lovely not to have. But they've all watch me carry it off. have some good you persistent headache,attacks of dizziness,
"They can cut me up in little been afraid of you. No caveman She stood up and waved to a par- your little sister, Jane. I am so getting up nights, swelling, puf&nesstinder
of nervous
the feeling
Eloise'and Ade eyes-a
of like
pieces-before I break my silence." stuff-or anything like that. Isn't ty of four people, two men and two tired people anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
laughed that the truth?" women, who stood in the door. laide, and Benny and-Del Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder -
Again they together.
be burning, scanty or too
CONTINUED) may
and the (TO BE
Then she broke the seal of the let- "I should hate a caveman." They saw her at once, frequent urination.
I their coming was a stam- There should be no doubt that prompt
be in- effect of
wouldn't
"Of but
it to
ter. Read through herself course, you Saw Three Sons Crowned King treatment is wiser than neglect. Uso
then read it a second time aloud. different, and you'd end by car- pede. Medici of Doan't Pills.Dean's have been wincing
I ing= "Blessed child," said the girl who Catherine de queen new friends for more than forty years.
Henry II of France, born 1519, died They have a nation-wide reputation. J
"Now that it is all over, Edith, I "I dislike brutal types-intense : was in the lead, "have you eloped? of whom three Are recommended by grateful people tho
the ?" I 1589, had four sons, country over. Ask your ncightoTlThe
And is this man
frant to tell you how it happened.I of France dur-
know you think it is a rotten thingI lyHe sat with his chin in his hand, "This is Mr. Barnes," said Edith, were crowned king Fran
lifetime. They were D
her
did. But it would have been worseIf his shoulders hunched up like a "who comes from my uncle. I am ing Charles IX (15601574) ( -

I had married you. I am in faun or Pan at his pipes. "All to go back. But" I have had a cork- cis II and(1559-60)Henry, III (1574-1589).

love with another woman, and I did cavemen aren't brutal types. Some ing adventure. J






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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY< SEPTEMBER 8, 1939

1'AGL Ii.IGIIT -..

few stragglers near the canalbank for the registration of persons (c) 'The City Commission shall
WreckIn I rope, oxygen cylinders, ships anchors a sessing the qualifications pos-1 cause to be printed on the ballot the J
Diver Finds flour, and other Items of where it was'- impossible for them under the provisions of the numes of the candidates who have
of the the huge bucket to dip. Workmen Charter to vote at any municipal filed notice of Intention to be a candidate
general cargo. :Most cargo tion of said city, shall be deemed and have paid their fees, and
First Attempt is in good condition, Nohl reports with long handled forks have been for the purpose of registration at the names of the candidates who
busy this week removing the few all times, except that such books \have been nominated and filed their
W. DuMez that for some reason, the top layerof shall be closed thirty days before any acceptance of said nomination and
By Perry the flour cargo is only about remaining hyacinths and by the end general election, and fifteen days before paid their fees. No other names shall
i of the week or the first of next any special election, on which appear on the ballots but blank lines
City-FNS-Max Gene half spoiled. days Commission shall meet for the shall be made thereon for the writ-
Panama I i The safe and its contents, including every hyacinth will have'been I purpose of revising the registration ing in of name:

Nohl, world's record holding deep a sizeable payroll, are taken from the canal. books. All persons whose names ap- Section 9. If: any candidate for an
the "jackpot" on his pear on such registration books who office shall receive a majority of the
sea diver, hit with Following completion of the work not qualified to vote at the
the I[thought to be the prize along ale elec- votes cast for such office in the
first dive to the wreckage of ,a quantity of jewels placed there done by the federal government the tion, either general or special, shall first election provided for herein, he
be stricken and
off therefrom, a list of
sunk two years ago shall be declared elected to such office.
SS Tarpon,
I canal
the
for safe keeping. responsibility of keeping the names of persons so stricken shall If no 'election is made >has hereinbefore -
this port, but in the operation came The Tarpon was a twin screw oil clear falls upon officials ot fhe be posted at three public places within In this section provided,
the the City, together with a notice
disability thru I then there shall be a second or runoff -
permanent .otfic'ialshaye
near faced burning steamer owned by the I drainage district. These designating the time and place at election on the date two weeks
"bends", most dreaded danger their plans for which the Commission will be In session subsequent election
Pensacola and St. Andrews and not announced to the first ,
by deep sea divers. I the canal clear of the hya- for stricken the purpose such of restoring the I which latter election shall be held
when I Gulf Steamship Company. Thoughin keeping names posting of and conducted and the returns thereof
The story was revealed full view of shore when she sank cinth growth. It is thought, however names and notice to be within three made, canvassed and certified, and
the revision. On the date
after
I days
pulled
the
salvagers ballots therein furnished
his fellow as in
Nohl and
to the ('Sept. 2, 1937, no one saw her go' that one man will be employedwith I mentioned in said notice, the Commission this ordinance provided for the first,
bringing
into port here after shall meet for the purpose of election: Provided, that
down and it wasn't until, Adley a small powered boat to pa- there shall be
which been
the restorihg names have
surface the one ton safe of I printed upon the ballot prepared for
Baker an oiler, reached shore after trol the canal and destroy any er!oneously stricken. the second or run-off election only
assorted
Tarpon and several cases of 'I Section 3. That after the meeting the names of candidates who
shall
is springing
25 hours swimming, that it was growth that seen up.-
beer and liquor which formed of the Commission to restore names have received In the first election the
known the ship was wrecked. Everglades News. of voters, I it shall be furnished or greatest and next greatest or equal
part of the cargo. Captain E. D. Barrow caused to be furnished to the officers number of votes, and provided further.
The Tarpon's
Reaching the wreck late on August i appointed to hold and conductany If more than two candidates shall
mate L. E. Danford and i! election, either general or spec
findingthe the DIVING STAR GIVES have received the greatest or equal
25, Nohl, enthused over ial, a list of the names of voters certified number of votes in the first election
down
wreckage within half an hour eighteen of the crew went RAINBOW SPRINGS SHOW i by the City by the City ,Clerkso the names of all such candidates shall
approximate location with her. Nohl reported that at least, found to be qualified at such. elec be printed upon the ballots for the
after reaching the still the lion. second or run-off election, and pro-
of the bodies lay on
pulled on his diving suit and one Dunellon-FNS-Miss Margar-I Section 4. That elections for the vided further, that no blank lines for
down although he was weary cabin deck, and more may be found et Reinhold national diving star of issuance of bonds shall be conductedIn the writing in of names ,shall be
went ,
hand. accordance with the provisions of made on the ballots for the second
from two days and nights at sea close at Lakeland, who has recently returned ,Chapter 14715 Acts of the Legislature election. In the second or run-off

wheel watch, and knew More than a thousand red snapper from the midwest meet with new I of Florida, 1931. election, the candidate receiving the
standing and other beautiful fish are Section 5. The City Commissionshall I highest number of votes ,cast thereinfor
he was foolish for going down laurels gave a splendid exhibitionof provide for the voting place or I such office shall be declared
rest. swimming all about within the ship, some of the intricate new dives I places in the City at all elections.For I elected to such office. In event of a
without a and the engineers quarters have ; each voting place the City Com- I tie vote for two candidates for same
He stayed down two hours-far which have won her fame at the mission shall appoint three office-In such second run-off election,
been taken over by twelve sea turtles spectacle held at Rainbow tors and one clerk to falthf a third election.shall be held two
longer than was safe even for a aquatic insPcc-1 weeks subsequent thereto for .
ranging up to 48 inches in form their duties as such a runoff -
not weary-clearing away the Springs Sunday and Monday of this such election. They shall have election between such candidatesIn
man diameter. One of these, Nohl holds, week. Miss Reinhold was assisted of the polling place and of the bal- accordance with the provisions
safe and' investigating the cargo, took a speculative nibble at one of lot box and of all ballots. The City hereof governing the holding of the
then returned to give his partner by a team of comely divers who Commission may provide in the reso- second election.
he
the wreck. his lead weighted shoes while burlesqued fancy dives. Miss Reinhold lution or minutes appointing Inspectors Section 10. The City Commissionshall
shot at
Maurice Gay a was exploring the quarters. and clerk alternates to serve Incase constitute the City Canvassing
He took an hour to reach the I is now being groomed for the any Inspector or the clerk shall Board, and shall canvass the resultsof

at three stages I |Olympics. for any reason tailor_, omit to serve, every election, general or special,
surface decompressing and may also authorize the inspectorsand and publicly announce the results

but even with that twenty In 20 alternates who may be present, thereof immediately after canvass
20 Miles Days
the deckan : to fill any vacancy among the inspectors and record the same on the minutesof
minutes after he reached Restricted ProductionContinued or appoint another clerk in the City Commission.

attack of "bends" struck him, case of the failure or omission of either Section 11. Except as otherwise
renewed Is Record Made For to appear for service at the provided herein and by the Charterof
and the crew knowing ( From Page 1) opening of the polls. the City, all elections, general and
pressure was all that could save Section 6. The Commission shall special, shall be conducted in the
the suit again, Clearing Hyacinths post or cause to be posted a notice at manner prescribed by City ordinances,
him, dragged on duction in this country but there three public places within said City and in case there Is no ordinance, or
turned on his air tanks and liter- of Clewiston at least thirty days priorto where the ordinance may be silent, p
overboard-- has been no indication that this a general election, and fifteen then according to the laws of the
ally "threw" him dredge D-l step will be taken. days prior to a special election, giving State of Florida, governing General
ering his unconscious form to a I The' government notice of the time and place of Elections, not in conflict with the
consciousness made some sort of a record in As it requires something like said election stating' the offices to be City Charter or any ordinance of the
30-foot depth, where I from the West fourteen months from the time of filled at said' election, or' the question City.
returned and he began feeling bet- clearing hyacinths I to be voted upon. Section 12. This ordinance shall
took hour In Palm Beach canal between Canal planting of cane until the harvestit Section 7. No formal nominationshall become effective immediately upon
ter. Again they an I be required. All nominations its passage. _
Bend. The will be impossible for the local
getting him out of the water but Point and Twenty-Mile shall be filed thirty days prior to a Introduced and read In full and
touched deck when 20-mile stretch of hyacinth-clogged sugar house to produce any more general election and fifteen days ;passed upon first reading without
no sooner had he cleared of the growth in, 'I sugar than during the last seasonin prior to'a special election. Notice of amendment( upon the 5th day of September -
him and canal was candidate at .
be
another attack doubled up intention to a a .19391197Sept. .
tossed overboardto exactly 20, days. The D-1 was the : view of the restricted crops enforced I general election shall be filed twenty- 8
once more he was machine to fight this year. Should all restrictions five days prior to a general election I
successful
end of his life first I to
dangle on the and fifteen days prior a spec-
twenty-foot hyacinths in the Lake Okeechobee be removed it would requireat ial election. Acceptance of nomina- I
line, this time at a other ma- I least eighteen months to erecta tions much be made by the nomineeand IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
depth. He stayed under water until region. In years past filed 'with the City Clerk twenty- TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
easing to chines have made vain efforts to new sugar house to take care five days before a general electionand FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY
11 m., gradually up
p.
from the canals.It of the increased volume. fifteen days before a special I COUNTY.
the surface and when it was found clear the growth I,election. At the time of filing such IN RE: )
able to stay out of was not until the appearance of The maximum price of sugar acceptance or notice of Intention to !PETITION OF BERYL )
that he' was about by the last World be a candidate for any office, such BOWDEN TO TAKE CHARGE)
"pressure" after being hauled the D-1 that anything near a success brought persons shall pay to the City Clerk OF AND;.MANAGE HER OWN)

Arno pulled into Pana- could be claimed. War, did not .come until after the the sum of $5.00. Such moneys so paid ESTATE AND PROPERTY,)
aboard the I to in May 1920. The shall be used for the payment of the I AND BECOME A FREE )
brought was
D-1 war over
the was
When -
ma City and Max was rushed to the cost of such election and in the event DEALER. )
where further measures Canal Point several weeks ago it highest refinery price in 1918 was such moneys: are in excess 'of the I DECREE
hospital and a quarter cents. Today cost of such election, such excess This cause came on to be heard upon
were "taken to clear the nitrogen. was announced that government en- seven I shall be returned pro rata to such I the Master's report filed herein, and "\iI
blood. gineer headquarters in Jacksonvillewere there are many more sections of candidate paying the same and if ,I upon consideration thereof lIT
from his test of the ma- the :world producing, sugar than the cost of such an election is In ex- I IS ORDERED. ADJUDGED AND
a
planning
Sunday the Arno pulled out I cess of the moneys so paid by the I DECREED as follows:
chine in the West Palm Beach ca were so engaged in 1914 when the {candidates, then such excess shall be 1. That this court has full jurisdic-
again, and by that night. the safe that the first world conflict began I paid by the City. It shall be the duty I tion of the subject matter of this
and a quantity of liquor was aboard. nal. A trial period proved I lof the City Clerk to forthwith upon cause, and that all proper and neces-
machine was a thorough success [the payment of such fees by the sev- sary steps have been taken incident
Just how much the safe held, thesah'agers and officials issued orders eral candidates to make and deliver and necessary to presentation for this
would not reveal until engineer \ to such candidates' a receipt therefor.If final hearing.
for the dredge to continue its operations any candidate within the time 2. r That the report of the Master
they had a chance to talk it over 20MileBend. lULL NO. 31ORDINANCE herein named fails to file' such acceptance ,appointed herein be and the same is
with their attorneys and the insur- until it reached NO. :nAN of nomination or notice cf hereby fully confirmed in every re-
Glades residents, who have intention to be a candidate 'and to !'spect, and the applicant, Bervl Bow-
ance company which paid the claimon ORDINANCE ENTITLED "AN I make such payment; then he shall den, who is known as Mrs. Keathloy
ship. But the concensus of seen almost every kind of machine ORDINANCE FIXING AND PRESCRIBING not have his name printed on the Bowden and who is now a resident
the tried out on hyacinth removal THE RULES AND REGULATIONS election ballot. of Clewiston. Florida, be and she is
opinion throughout Florida has always with the FOR THE REGISTRATIONOF Section 8. (a) At1 least' ten days hereby granted a license in accordance '
been that it held enough to were agreeably surprised VOTERS AND FOR HOLDING before any election for the electionof with the prayer of the petition,
thoroughness and rapidity of the AND CERTIFYING GENERAL AND City officials, the Commission shall and she is authorized to take chargeof
make the salvage operation well SPECIAL ELECTIONS FOR THE certify the list of candidates nomi- and control her estate, and to be-
though hardly enoughto CITY OF CLEWISTON." nated, whose names are entitled to come a free dealer in every respect;
worth while Dl.As the dredge ate its way BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY appear on the ballot together with to contract and be contracted with
interest one of the major salvage COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF the office to be filled, which list to sue and be sued, and to bind her-
firms. through ,the heavy growth naturally CLEWISTON: FLORIDA: : I shall be posted in three public placesin self In all respects' as if she were

aloneis there were some hyacinths that Section 1. The,,City Clerk shall be the City with a notice calling the unmarried.
The cargo of the Tarpon : j DONE AND ORDERED at Fort
slipped past the dredge. They were the registration officer of the City election. the JMyers, Florida, this the 10th day of
the shall state
well worth salvaging. Among I of Clewiston, and he shall be provided (b) Said notice '
of caught in a trap and 'removed when with suitable books for registration I time the. election is to be held 'and the August, 1939.
main items are a large cargo ( polling places and the names 'of the Ceo. W. Whitehurst,
vote
the dredge made its way back to, of all persons entitled to I Circuit Judge. ,
about 2,000 cases of Inspectors and clerk for each polling
liquor and of galvanized pipe Canal Point. Of course there' were in the City.Section 2.. 'The registration- books place. August 18, 25, September 1, 8.1" .-
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