The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 7, 1932
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Ray McIntosh spent the week: end

.' Personal Mention (Continued from page Two)

ily. The bickerings jealousies and
Delightful Bridge Party ThursdayMrs.
hatred among his sons, the partiality

,';, -, J. W. Moore spent the week end shown by Jacob toward his son Joseph

.t !? in Ft. Myers. E. L. Stewart entertained a hostess were: Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, and his consequent sale by his SAVEOn

number of friends at bridge at her Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. W. C. Owen, brothers into Egyptian slavery. You
Neal Williamson and "Lefty" Ba- home on Crescent Drive last Thurs'Mrs J K Mowry, Mrs. C. H. Berner, will recall how Joseph had become
ker spent Sunday in Center Hill. day afternoon.Pale ., (Mrs. F. R. Maxwell Mrs. D. G. Alston ruler in Egypt and had brought

shades of yellow and green Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. T. B. Shelley, down to Egypt his father and all Your.Reading .
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg were made the .color scheme that was:;Mrs. C. W. McDonald, Mrs W. C. his family. At Jacob's ,death the

visitors in Ft. Myers Saturday. carried out in minute details. The Worth, :Mrs. F. D. Duff, Mrs. J. P. brothers said, "Joseph will hate us,

_,< Stewart home was decorated witb I I(I Percy, Mrs. H). J. Scharnberg\ and will certainly requite all the
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hare were roses and ferns and yellow flowers. Mrs. E. R. Fontaine, Mrs. W. C. evil which we did unto him." But

I, "V visitors in Ft. Myers Saturday.Carl Avocado ice cream and pound cake I Prewitt, Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer, Joseph said to his brethren, "Fearye

waffles, topped with green cherries ''Mrs C. L. Downs, Mrs. E. E. Mallard, not: I will nourish you, and your
:,:' Beckmyer,f LaBelle spent were the unusual refreshments for''Mrs. F. I. Hill, Mrs. G. B Thomas little ones. And comfort them."

: the week in Clewiston on business. the delightful affair. i I Mrs J. E. 'Beardsley, Miss Marion The conduct of Joseph illustratesthe
.,.... ....--- effect of God's spirit in a home. SUBSCRIBE FOR
Each guest was presented a dainty Leydig, Mrs. H. R. Knight, Mrs. J.
/' T. O. Wilson, of Miami spent a package of Easter lilly bulbs tied LV McDonald, Miss Ulla Jacobsen, From this old Testament familyour
few days of this week inClewiston with yellow and green ribbons. Mrs. M. W. Bigg and Mrs. E. E. lesson goes to the home of Jos- THE CLEWISTON NEWS

on business.. Enjoying the afternoon with the Kelly. eph and Mary at Nazareth, where Regular Price $2.00 Per Year
o Jesus was reared. -andCOLLIER'S -

Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Small spent The second chapter of Luke givesa MAGAZINE

the week end in Tampa and Sara- Mrs. W. M. Rgdelsheimer EntertainsAt short history of the childhood of Regular Price $2.00 Per Year

sota. Jesus, and with verse 40 our lesson

begins, "And the child grew, and Both One Year For
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey were Bridge Party Tuesday oAfternoon waxed strong in spirit, filled with
the Clewiston residents In
.. among wisdom: and the grace of God was $2.50
-- -
Sarasota Sunday. upon him."
R.C. The spacious lobby of the Clewis- Mrs. C. L. Downs. Mrs. Fred Hill, The feast of the Passover was held THE CLEWISTON NEWS
VS Mr. and Nowling spent Mrs. E. R. Fontaine. Mrs. J. P. Percy
ton Inn the of a beautiful to celebrate
was scene every year the deliverance I Regular Price $2.00 Per Year
Saturday r fin Ft. Myers with Mrs. Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs R Y Patterson -
social event Tuesday when Mrs. of the Israelites from Egypt.At -andLIBERTY -
: Nowling's parents. Mrs B. A. Bourne, Mrs. H. A. the of twelve the
I, : W. M. Redelsheimer entertained a Bestor, Mrs. F. D. Duff, Mrs. H. Hebrew boy became amenable to the I MAGAZINE

Mis Mary Kline and Miss MignonneSt. umber of her friends at an afternoon J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. W. C. Worth, ( law, and all men above twelve years Regular Price $2.50 Per Year

Martin spent the week end in bridge. A profusion of pale yellow Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. J. M. Car-(.of age were required to attend the I Both One Year For
West Palm Beach and green flowers placed about the roll, Mrs. J. W Ezelle Miss Mae (
![annual Passover Feast at Jerusalem. I
: added pleasing touch to the Drew, Elizabeth West T.
lobby a. Miss Mrs the
Women might go to feast but
Mr. and Mrs. Leland F. Perkins occassion.At B. E.
Shelley, Mrs. J. Beardsley, Mrs. were not compelled to go. The feast
Returned to their home here Sunday the concision of play Mrs. J. E. W. C. Owen, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw,;lasted seven days.

from a visit in New York. Beardsley was; presented a beautiful Mrs. Harry Vaughn, Mrs. E. E. Mallard ,I "And when he was twelve years CLEWISTON NEWS

tray made of Egyptian wood as first Mrs. M. E. VonMach, Mrs: H. R. old, they went up Jerusalem after Regular Price2.00 Per Year
Miss Eleanor Wintle spent the award 'Mrs. G., B. Thomas lovely Hall. Perkins G. andMcCALL'S
; a Mrs. L. F. Mrs. D. the custom of the feast." I -
week end in Ft. Myers with her set for and Mrs. I !
bridge second high, Alston, Mrs. R. H. Knight. Miss But after two' days of observance. MAGAZINE
parents, Capt. and Mrs. A. R. Wintle. W. Worth ash for Moorman
C. a novelty tray Dorothy Mrs. G. B. Thomas the families could return home "And Regular Price $1.00 Per Year
third prize. Mrs. Fred Hill, winnerof Mrs. W. C. Hooker, Mrs. John K. when they fulfilled the days, as they
Miss Vilma Rhodes and Miss Sue the lucky cut was presented a Mowry and Mrs. J. F. Tippey. Tea returned, the child Jesus tarried be- Both One Year: For

Maxwell spent, the week end in, Pa- delightful cream and sugar set of guests were, Mrs M. W. Bigg, Mrs. hind in Jerusalem. But they sup-

hokee visitin g Miss Maxwell's par- light blue china.A Evelyn Pace, and Mrs. G. T. Augur, posing him to have been in the com- $2.25
ents. delici(3us( salad course was served and Jeanne Augur, Bobby Fontaineand
went and
pany, a day's journey;
to the following guests: Billy Redelsheimer. they sought him among their kins- THE CLEWISTON NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. .Berner and
folk and acquaintances." I Regular Price $2.00 Per Year
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. McDuffie were
in Sarasota Sunday to attend the !WOMEN INTERCOLLEGIATE The worshipers traveled in groups, -and-
I for protection and social comfort.
I "And ,they turned back again to
Childhood Feeding Habits TALLAHASSEE NOV. 10-12 Regular Price $2.50 Per Year_
Miss Jewell Russell, Miss Frances Jerusalem. After three days they

Tippey and T. W. Jones: and Andrew found him in the temple, sitting in Both One Year For
Berry attended the circus in." Sara- -.. Florida State College, Tallahassee, the midst of the doctors, both hear-

sota Sunday. Oct. 4.-The 25th Annual Conventionof ing them, and asking them questions.And $3.40Nationally'
The common complaint of many the Woman's Intercollegiate Asso-
;.I.. all that heard him were aston
.'i"- "' mothers is this: "How can I get ciation for Student Government will
: ished at his understanding and ans-
known magazines of
: Rev and Mrs. W. T. Bailey returned -
my child to eat those things that I be held at the Florida State College
: wers. His mother said unto him,
to Clewiston last week for a visit the highest class AND the Clew-
know he must have? The answeris for Women, November ,10-12. Miss
Son, why hast thou thus dealt withus
of several weeks in Daytona Beach iston News, Hendry County'sleading
largely ra, matter of'.physchology.: Lucy Pope, of Jacksonville,. presidentof
and other Florida points. ? And he said unto them, 'wist Newspaper, at this bar-
individual is fundamentally
I Every the organization also presidentof ye not that I must be about my Father's offer
negative; that is, the first reactionto the local college government asso- gain
business? And he went down
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. and
Mills son
anything new is usually No! This I ciation here, has just announced..
in Ft. Denaud with with them, and came to Nazareth,
vE spent_ Sunday, is especially true of the young child. I Representatives from 46 women's
Mrs. Mills' parents, Mr. and Mrs.S. : and was subject unto them. and
B. Crews. He resents any innovation either in' colleges in the United States which Jesus increased in wisdom and stature FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY.

his regime or in his dietary. Thisis 'are members of the association, are and in favour with God and SUB6CRIGE OR RENEW NOW
----- more particularly true of the child!expected to be present at the No- man."
and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson,
who has not been accustomed to a vember meeting Miss Pope said.
Obedience to Is
Joe !'Johnson and Miss Mae Drew earthly parents
those attending the variety of food early in life, especially The convention will deal primarily one of God's commands. and the par-
were among
circus in Sarasota Sunday.Mr. before his second year. with a discussion of the relation- ent should set an example to his THIS OFFERwill

Variety Early ship of student government to nat- child, which God would approve.
in effect
ional and international affairs. In be
and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer The importance of early feeding
and son, Billy, and Victor Blate, were habits then becomes apparent not addition group meetings will be held Young wife-"Oh, I'm so miser- UNTIL OCT. 10th.
for the presentation and discussionof
able. My husband has been out all
Clewiston folk the
among attending only from the point of view of proper
campus problems common to all I haven't the faintest
evening and
circus in Sarasota
Ringling nutrition but also from the psychological -
standpoint. The early feeding colleges. idea where he is." Make Check Payable To

Miss Edwina Parkinson, who has of cereals with the addition of Experienced Friend "My dear,
been visiting her mother, Mrs. E. vegetables and other foods shortly The minister called at the Jones you mustn't worry. You'd probably

Parkinson, in Alva for a few weeks, thereafter Is the secret of forming home one Sunday afternoon and little be twice as miserable if you knew." ClewistonNews
'. 't. Willie answered the bell. "Pa ain't I
spent Wednesday here with herbrother successful ,feeding habits. The infant I'
C. V. Parkinson becomes accustomed to new I home," he announced, "he went over Boss-Miss Lane, would it be possible -

...". foods, finds that he likes them and to the golf club." The minister's II for you to go on that business
brow darkened and Willie hastenedto trip with ? There'll be lot 'of
me a
Rev Frances J. Finnegan resumedhis by the. time he has reached the age
work as rector of the St. Marga- of reasoning is not resentful of dietary explain. "Oh! He ain't gonna play dictation.
ret's Catholic Church here Sunday innovations. golf. Not on Sunday. He just went I Stenog.-No, big boy. I may be Clewiston, Florida
after a three month's absence. during over for a few drinks and a game of your typewriter but don't get the

,'which he visited his native Ireland. Parents' AttitudeFor poker." ;idea that I'm portable.

Father Finnegan was accompanied the child who has not been

here by his sister, Miss Joan Finne- fed early a '\variety of foods, the ans-
;J. gan, who had spent the summer in I wer to the problem is found in the -_=_ ------ --

QNew York.C. mother. A period of dietetic discipline i:
must be instituted. This childis

J. Gonterman, of St. Louis, probably taking only milk and a I ii
owner of Seminole Farms, near here few of the sweeter things which he I A NEW SHERIFF IS i iII

spent Monday in Clewiston and at I happens to like. Other foods are
the Farms. Mr. Gonterman expressed automatically and categorically re- II

his belief that market conditions for fused. There is only' one way to !I I''

i i Florida produce would be much better overcome this: those things which '" .... '-_, WANTED "' _, I I Ii ,
this winter. He is therefore making the; child likes must be withheld un- ,

. 1 plans to plant ,a large part of til after. he has taken 'those things i: ,
'" .1'1 Seminole Farms to tomatoes. which he must have to maintain pro- t, ,
V.': 1 per nutrition. The practice of teas '
,' .".' ', AMES--MURPHY ing, urging, playing with and other I 'Jt; ,::' My Friends have told me that a new Sheriff is wanted i in ',, ,j; Ii
: otherwist trying to force food on t ..
<,,- ;4 Mr. and Mrs. William Goodson the child, must be stopped. The 11, Hendry and I am therefore announcing myself for that office. :'.:.. ;!

.' Ames of 21 Sycamore Mount meal should be placed in front of
avenue ,
i I: Although it will mean that my friends will have to write il ili
Vernon, New York.. and this city, him, offered and if refused taken .
4 V have announced the, engagement of away and no more effort made to i _' my name on the Ballot, and place an "X" by it, I am in the ; :;.: :; :
: their daughter, Florence Catherine, feed until the next meal time. Once : '
: race to the finish, and if you agree with my friends that Hen- ::: '
to Mr. Robert Joseph Murphy, Jr., the infant or young child becomes
of Summit, New Jersey. convinced that he is not going to get I dry county wants a new Sheriff write :>
V Miss Ames is a graduate of the what he wants until he has eaten II

Horace Mann school for girls, New properly and that it is a matter of ,, Fred E. Whidden (X) { < '

.{ J-1;., York city, class of '28, and entered. indifference to his mother, father, :.:. _. ''I''I'i
. <
.. "
'i. Randolph-Macon. in grandparents, etc., as to whether he f :t, : : ; >
Lynchburg, Va., i = .: ..;'- on your Ballot on November 8th. I Thank You.H' ,
and Barnard College, New York city eats or not, the fight is won. I .<-, ,.,,-' .', ,' ::". ,I
She is a member of Kappa Delta sor- Expression of likes and, dislikes by .o .
: 7 I
ority and the Women's SwImming the parents in the presence of the ,
association of America. child is another common mistake. I

V ,j Mr. Murphy is a graduate of Wesleyan The child imitates his parents and H! i iI
- Middleton, Conn., class of '30, refuses the same food that they do FRED E. WHIDDEN
and is at present a student of the on the plea that he doesrr't like it. ''

V New Jersey Law school.!. Hp is a Therefore, do not express such 'dislikes For Sheriff, Hemdr-y CountyPaid 1'1'1'1'I
V member of the Alpha Chi Rho fraternity. in front of him. The buildingof I

proper feeding habits often requires ( political advertisement) ,
V Nd definite date has been set for moral courage on the part of I -
the wedding parents. This and nothing'more, 4: =:- --- -- -- -_-_-- -- -- -= IP"FRIDAY





HUGE SKELETON. -Shower To Fall r COURT OUTLINES those Dibbs-Did instruments you that ever tell see when one of a

man is ylng?

Higgs-See one? I married one!


Mark Is Before or After Xame
A wholesale visitation of meteors'l, teors, quite apart from astronomical -

which promises to be the spec- interest, is the question of their, RUTH R. BEARDSLEY. JOINEDBY
I I October 4.-The Flor-
Wauchula, Oct. 4.-The skeleton tacular since 1866, when "the stars influence on the earth. Even those ida BEARDSLEY, COMPLAINANTS
supreme court today handed
fell like snow" and supersti- that burn up contribute gases to vs.
found near here last week was positively down rules by which the DranePeterson Theodore Gottlieb. Jr. and. If mar-
identified today by Dr. Herman tious folk were terrified by the sight our atmosphere and drop particlesof first ried, his wife Mrs. Theodore Gott-
that which seemed to betoken the end of ash, which settle to the soil. But congressional district vote lieb, jr., Theodore Gottlieb, sr.
Gunter, State geologist, as is to be Mrs. Theodore
recount made beginning and, If married,
of a mammoth.Dr. the world, is scheduled for this No- our globe is so large that It would today in Hillsborough, Polk and Her-' Gottlieb sr., "ugist Kuhlman
million for If married Mrs. August
take a thousand years and
and his assistants who vember.
Gunter nando counties. Kuhlman Win. H. Kuhlman and,
arrived here last night, prepared today Why does science expect a meteo- the deposits to make a layer one The recount was sought and obtained if married. Mrs. Wm. H. Kuhlman.

to dig up the skeleton and remove ric shower in November? The ans- inch thick of over the its continual surface.In peltingof by Congressman Herbert J. Draneof Defendants It appearing: by affidavit appendedto

It to the state museum in Tall- wer goes back to 1799. writes GeorgeW. spite Lakeland, who apparently lost the bill of complaint In the above
the earth with high-speed mis- entitled cause' that each of the above
ahassee.He Gray in Popular Mechanics Mag- has been done. the Democratic nomination in the named defendants are non-residents of
stated that the complete pelvic azine. The famous explorer Von I siles, little damage June 28 second primary to city at- the State of Florida, that they are
I Fortunately, the big meteors seem each over the age of twenty-one years,
bone. together with some Huinboldl, was traveling in the trop-;
I populated torney J. Hardin Peterson of Lake- that there Is no person within the
clear of thickly
and fragments of tusks, had been ics that year, and he tells in his I to steer land, by a narrow margin.In State of Florida the service of Sum-
found. The animal probably inhab- how he waked in the early i areas and all the largest meteor mons In Chancery on whom would bind
have been found in out- a special opinion, Chief Justice either or any of the said defendants.It .
ited this region ten to 25,000 years morning of November 12, to see the 1 ites known Rivers Buford said use 'of the "X" Is thereupon considered, ordered
estimated. The skel- four! of-the-way places. and adjudged that each and every of
ago, Dr. Gunter falling stars. For more than mark on primary election ballots is'
which the earth toe above named defendants be and
eton was unearthed last Tuesday bya ; hours he watched thousands of dart-! The space through mandatory but that ballots should they are hereby required to be and
for a new road< the travels is, therefore, not empty. It appear before this Court on or before
dragline grading ing .meteors, some as big as .be counted without regard to whether -
peppered'with innumerable fragments :Monday November the 7th, A. D. 1932.
through Peace River Swamp. It was i moon in appearance, some the size I is the mark was placed on the right! to then and there answer the Bill of
about five feet beneath the surface with tails, that are continually falling. Complaint in said cause, otherwise the
all blazing
of Jupiter
II or left side of the candidates' names. I
I I clear moonless night some same will be taken as confessed by
and Dr. Gunter stated it probably; some showering sparks and many He also said the placing of the. them.
meteors may be seen, but in Novem- Done and ordered this 4th of
where day
washed into the river bottom bursting like great rockets. ] mark beside the names of more than I I
of fire. October A. D. 1932.
ber they are like a hailstorm
seepage caused considerable decomp- Thirty-four years later, the night, one candidate for the same office (SEAL) (Signed) WM. T. HULL,
osition. DrI: Gunter also found many another: This quickened activity is explained i I does not the remainder Clerk Circuit Court.
of Nov. 12, 1833, there was by the presence of a vast belt of spoil of the I By INEZ MAGILL.
bones and teethof
other interesting meteroric shower just as dazzling.: around ballot but merely voids the vote for I Deputy Clerk.
animals which have meteoric stuff which circles LOUIS O. GRAVELY
prehistoric brilliance I
that particular office.
It was seen with especial \
that Solicitor for
the sun in a path so Complainant.
recently been dug from Peace River in the United States, and two Am- I I Throughout the opinion he drewa
the earth's revolution brings us near I N-Oct. 7, 14, 21, 28. Nov. 4.
and the Charlie Apopka Creek, near
erican scientists, D. Olmstead of distinction between invalid ballots
the meteoric belt every fall. In consequence -' I
here.He Yale and A. C. Twinning of West Leonids and those which are irregular in details -I NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE '
we see some every
stated that the only complete
which Hum- to form
Point, noticed a fact of as although clearly; _
mammoth skeleton in the State mu- November-those on the fringe un-dersigned (T"'
the of the I
boldt had not mentioned. They saw indicating choice voters.
seum was located in Wakulla Springs I of the shooting I the belt which respond to the earth'sattraction I ____ I I by virtue of the final decree of foreclosure -
that the tracks of most -
and plunge into our atmos- i entered In that certain cause
some time ago. The skeleton found stars came from the directionof YANKEES: WIN 12 STRAIGHT I pending In the Circuit Court of the
here was covered with plaster of par- phere at many miles per second. But Twelfth Judicial Circuit of FlorIda In
the constellation CONTESTS and for Hendry County, In
is today and will probably be takento the meteoric belt is not uniform; Chancery,
i being case No. 598 wherein Glades
The hint of ordiliness in the pathsof
it is so made that every thirty-
Tallahassee The
tomorrow. pel- Land Corporation a corporation or-
The Yankees have their last
vic bone measured five feet, four meteors was a stimulus to scien- three years the earth's orbit crosses won ganized under the laws of Delaware,
three world championships without is plaintiff, and the Southern
tific Proto H. ,A. Newton Sugar
inches from center to center, and Dr. studyf its densest section and then we pass I, the loss of a 'single They Company, 'a corporation, et aL, are defendants -
Gunter said it was probably that ofa worked out a tabulation which show- directly through the thick of the game. will, on Monday, October 3rd,
ed that the showers from Leo, occurred And it is comet stuff that I swamped Pittsburg in 1927, then 1932. between the hours of eleven
young mammoth. swarm. ,crushed the Cardinals 1928. and o'clock A. M.. and two o'clock P. M.,
on the average every thirty- pelts us. Years ago the brilliant at the front door of the County Court
three years. He predicted that there Tempel's comet traveled approximately their latest triumph, scored at the House in LaBelle Hendry County, Florida -
I expense of the Chicago Cubs, offer for sale and sell at public
would be another visitation of the
RINGLING IS GIVEN the same path that is now occupied outcry to the highest and best bidder
meteors on a night in November, by the swarm of meteors. the easiest of all championship con- for cash, the following described real
tests. At no time during the four property in Hendry County, Florida
1866. And he was right.
Since 1866 this comet has not been to-wit:

PRAISE BY CARLTON Shooting stars actually are frag- seen, and many astronomers believeit games were the Cubs able to give Unsurveyed Southwest Quarter of
the Yankees a real contest. Exceptfor Southwest Quarter and West Half
ments of rock-like stuff, which are collapsed shortly after that year. of Northwest Quarter of Southwest
a couple of early innings, the
continually colliding with the earth. Thus, it is really a cloud of debris Quarter of Section 14, Township
Chicago team never led the Yankees' 43 South, Range 34 East," contain-
Dr. Harlow Shapely estimates that left by it that we will enter in No-
AUDIENCE AT OPENING OF -ART during the four games. ing sixty acres, more or less
SCHOOL HEARS OF VALUE about a thousand million a day is vember, if the schedule holds. except 3.3 acres described as follows:

the average fall, the majority burning Not all meteors are fragments of Beginning at a point on the South
OF INSTITUTION Judge (after instructing jury)- line of Section 14, Township 43
up instantly as they speed from comets. We know this because of Is there any question anyone would South, Range 34 East, 500 Feet

interplanetery space into our atmos- their speeds. Comets are cousins of like to ask before considering the East of the Southwest Corner of
Section 14; thence North 375 feet;
Sarasota, October 3.-Calling up- pher The larger particles last longer the earth, members of the solar sys- evidence? thence East 380 feet; thence South

on the people of the South to pro- and burn more brightly, and these tem, and their speeds are strictly Juror-Yes, your honor, a coupleof 375 feet; thence West 380 feet to

mote a better understanding of "the are the fireballs. Still more massive controlled by the gravitational influ- the point of beginning.
us want to know if the defendant to satisfy said decree and all costs.
better things in life, as protrayed: by chunks hit the earth or plunge ence of the sun. Twenty-six milesa boiled the malt one or two hours,I (Signed) ALLEN CLEMENTS

this valuable collection of art treasures into the sea before they are consumed second is' the best the sun can do and how he kept the yeast out. 9; 9-16-23 Special 30 Master In Chancery.N .
Gov. Doyle E. Carlton today and these are the meteorites. at our distance therefore whenevera

paid tribute to John Ringling, circus I Only a few hundred meteorites are meteor enters our atmosphere ata .,

magnate and art collector, for his known, less than 400 having been higher velocity, we know' that it ..

establishment of the John and Mabel found in the United States, and mostof must be from the region of the stars.

Ringling Museum of Art and the them are on display in museums.A And meteors traveling 100 miles a

Ringling School of Fine and Applied point in connection with me- second have recently been clocked. NOTICE

Speaking before several hundred

students, faculty: members and guestsat I '
Sholtz His Great Desire
the formal opening of the second Says i' "

:year of the art school, in the audi-
torium of the $40,000,000 !
museum, Is To Render Real Service
the governor declared that the stateof ,
:Florida and the entire South ow-
ed Ringling "an immeasurable debt Jacksonville, Florida, October 4-,high ground when he says, "I have

of gratitude for his generosity in Dave Sholtz, the Democratic nominee no ambitions to be the head of a(

making the school possible." political machine. I have no ambit-!
for of Florida is the I
governor same
Dr. Ludd M. Spivey" president of ion other than to serve the people- Will Be Prosecuted.
Southern College at Lakeland and Dave Sholtz who won the primary,the great ,masses of the peopleastheir Trespassers

director of the art school, also com- campaign and thus became the standard governor; with all the ability!

mended Ringling and declared that bearer of the Democratic Party that God has given me. to the end I

without his foresight and coopera- for the highest office within the gift :that I may, upon the expiration of I
tion the art school would have still i my term of office, retire to private
of the people of this state. The Clewiston Co.
been a dream.In life with the consciousness that I

a short address Ringling com- He is the same genuine, sincere, I' have faithfully tried to serve."

mented on the work of Dr. Spivey modest and sympathetic Dave Sholtz
I As the Democratic nominee, Sholtz
and his faculty members in
the school and expressed the prediction who waged and won what probablywas 'I declares that "It is my belief that

become that the cultural the art center school of would the ,,primary the campaign most dramatic in the and history colorful of 'I the the Democratic greatest good party to will the be greatest doing ...............................................................................................................................................................................................................J.... ;
South, coupled with the museum. I Flori a. Those. who pinnea their'aith number by devoting its energies to :i ::
I ::
the reduction of the cost of -
The fact that the school also on Dave Sholtz have had realized .v. s
teaches languages, music and other the confidence they placed in as distinguished from the effortto

subjects was the subject of favorable the man. find new sources of revenue with the Public

comment from the circus man who One of the most pleasing and refreshing which to pay the present, cost. Whether :_: Open to :i:

arrived yesterday with his famous things is that he takes his you call it unnecessary cost of

circus, which went into winter quar- honors modestly and seriously.His government or the cost of unneces- .:%. 't'V %

ters here. primary promises and pledges sary government, is probably immaterial YV

The school will start the year's with reference to tax reduction and It is the result alone thatI

work tomorrow morning with many other governmental reforms with the have in mind." :_;:: Moderate Green Fees *:

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practically doubled over last year. ment are still the promises and the tween the Democratic and Republican :: Exceptional Fairways :;:

pledges of his campaign as the Dem- parties, the Democratic ,nominee

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reference to his conceptions of the principle of the greatest good for

of inmates of state institutions.The duties of the high office of governor."I the greatest number." This is the :*_: .t The Most Popular *
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vital distinction between the Demo-
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tions.for use of various State institu- city to leave nothing undone that phistry I for fact as you can; it all In Clewiston f

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lower the cost of government. I that the Republican party is and ':' v... J
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real and fundamentally necessaryfunctions I Striking the often repeated note

Sandy: after due thought Mon, of state government, I shall.heard in his primary campaign with

I'd tek a goldfish. use the pruning knife on government reference to political racketeering, i Clewiston Golf Course i

expenses so far as is possible without Sholtz says the party of Jefferson,
Sign on a Scotch golf course:- crippling the fundamental activitiesof Jackson, Cleveland and of Wilson ?'t'

"Members will kindly refrain from this great state." has stood out as the Joe of various V
picking up lost golf balls until they In keeping with his primary cam- rackets which have been closely all- V

have stopped rolling." paign declarations Sholtz again takes ied with special privilege," .:..:..:..:--: :..: ; :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:-