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: November 11, 1938
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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ALL OF DEMOCRATIC I CLYDE MCCLENDONIS Tigers And LaBelle' Senator Andrews Guest

Battle To Tie Score

..-- At Inn Dinner
The Clewiston Tigers and a six- Friday

:7. TUESDAY WRECK MONDAYClyde man football team picked from the .
: : regular eleven-man team in LaBelle -
I' .
..--;.,;,, battled to a 6-6 tie on the local American Legion Post CANE AND VEGETABLE GROWERS

.,1 ..:.<. ::. Clewiston polled 'a total of' 307 McClendon, 22, an em gridiron this afternoon before a ASK RELIEF FROM

.... votes and Hendry county 725 in ployee at the sugar house of the record breaking holiday crowd. Gives ,Armistice DanceThe TARIFFS, RESTRICTIONS -
7,;"... Tuesday's general election which The LaBelle team, noted for its '--

,<< -.': ... fell far short of a fifty per cent United States Sugar Corporation,, hard tackling and blocking, made The unannounced and unexpectedvisit
, ;.'! "'' ': vote 'even with the stimulation of was critically Injured in an auto, most of their yardage on line Clewiston Post No. 93, Am- of Florida's senior senator,

. c" '.. ,"' ;: one or two write-in contests. accident ,shortly before noon Mon smashes and end runs but made erican Legion, at their regular Hon. C. O. Andrews to Clewistonlast
', '. [I several costly fumbles. Tuesday' Friday afternoon
monthly meeting night at was hailed
D. G. Alston, nominee for coun- day while returning to town fromHooker's
Clewiston'; usually fine passing the Clewiston Inn made prepara- with enthusiasm by the .large groupof
; No.
ty commissioner from District Point where he boarded.
attack failed to click ,in today's tions for an Armistice dance which sugar cane and vegetable growers -
1, Clewiston, had a close race withG.
The occurred west
E. Etherton in the home pre- accident just game but most of their yardagewas will be held tomorrow (Saturday) ., of the area who gathered'' at
of the A. C. L. railroad crossingon made on end runs and passes. evening in the newly completed an impromptu and informal dinnerat
cinct, Alston polling 134 votes and
Etherton 117.: The write-In effort the Hooker Point road. commissary warehouse of the Unit- the Inn to bid the senator welcome -
RED CROSS ROLL CALL ed States Sugar Corporation. Roy Senator Andrews had madea
fell short in the remainder of the McClendon had just taken Merrel
ff"..' county, however, and the total Lowe to his home and was on his BEGINS TODAY Fisher's orchestra of West Palm visit to the lower East Coast cit-
: Beach will furnish the music. Danc- ies and decided to visit friends in
'- count was: Alston 423, Elherton, way back to town in his Chevrolet '
--.- 138. sedan alone. The crash was heardat ing wilt be from 9:30 until 1:30. the lake section on his return to

.' store where he resid- Twenty-four members were pres- Orlando.
: -( Senator Claude Pepper had almost -
ed and several rushed immediatelyto ent for the meeting from Moore Mayor F. Deane Duff acted as
four to
a one majority over
, his Republican opponent Thomas' the scene. It was apparent that Haven, Clewiston and LaBelle. toastmaster and urged that all
There was considerable discus- talks be as informal as possible.He .
he lost control of the
had car
E. Swanson, 536 to 153. The vote ,
'., when he crossed the railroad.went sion of an advertisement to appearin stated that the chief purposeof
In Clewiston was 222 to 69.
In other races J. Hardin Peter- off the road and a handle of the the papers of the three commun- the meeting was to acquaint Senator -
door caught on the post of the ities in memory of departed com- I Andrews with the problemsof
son polled 560 votes for Congressman -
railroad crossing sign, dragging off rades on the twentieth Armistice the Lake growers which he felt
Gibbs 454 for attorney gen-
anniversary and to raise money for could be done briefly. Many pres-
the door and in
some manner
eral Buford 372 363 and
ent had also
the planned to
post.A attend the
Thomas 36 G"for justices of the dragging him out at the same time.
: supreme court, Carter 476 and :Matthews His head was crushed against the The Red Cross Roll Call begins Christmas tree committee of Pahokee football game and for this
W. C. Owen, O. A. Jones and F. reason he urged everyone to limit
355 for railroad commission- post and the car ran on into a today with C. E. !Miner chairmanof
M. Wright was appointed by Com- their talks tonot more than two
j' ers and David Elmer Ward 604 for nearby cane field, undamaged save the committee soliciting member-
mander S. A. Graves to work with minutes.R. .
; state senator. for the broken door. ships in the Clewiston Chapter.Mrs. .
, the Clewiston Garden Club on ar- E. Kurtz, independent cane
< H. A.. Rider polled 594 votes for McClendon was taken to the R. Y. Patterson, chairman,
county attorney and E. L. Stewart Clewiston hospital and when it was states that the roll call will con- rangements for the Community grower was the first, to speak. He

558 for representative. Other county seen the serious nature of his injuries tinue until Thanksgiving and will i Christmas' tree.American told of having visited Clewiston
: I Legion medals, com- when he first moved to the Everglades -
-, commissioners! Herbert O'Ban- an ambulance was called give ample opportunity for all ,
non, Blitz Wegman, Frank McCleni- from: Pahokee to take him to West Clewiston residents to enroll for: memorative of Armistice Day were and that there was little
distributed to all paid members. habitation in this section at that
Palm Beach to He died the up
than and E' B. Hull received 462, a hospital. new year.Graves
Attending were: Commander S. time. He stated that more sugar
504, 500 and 469!) votes respect- there early Tuesday morning. The
A. Graves and R. N. Miller, of could be' produced per acre per
taken to his home in
body was
ively. C. E. Miner had 516 votes Is SpeakerAt
- Dalton, Georgia for burial. LaBelle; R. E. Kurtz, of Fort My- year in the Everglades' than any
for school board member, Dillon
The serving his ers; Dr. D. M. Draughn, S. C. area in the world with the possible
Hall 46'6 and Mrs. Homer Taylor young man was Kiwanis
459. third year with the sugar corpora- MeetingS. Stalls, J. M. Couse, Oscar Smith, exception of Hawaii. He said that

',. Three constables were elected on tion and had many friends in Clew- I I. E. Scott, Joe Van De Velde of he had produced approximatelyfour
iston. He is a brother of C. L. Moore Haven, -and C. V. Parkinson, I tons of sugar per acre last
write-in votes: R. B. in
.. Waldron A. Graves, of LaBelle, new
:" McClendon foreman for G. B. Thomas, Jay W. Moran, J. season and that the average in Lou-
a zone
LaBelle, W. C. Hooker in Clewis- commander *
;, : the- and 'has other rel- Clewiston American E. Beardsley, F. D. Duff, E. M. isiana was less than two tons and
ton and J., B. Townsend in Felda. corporation "No:
Legion Post 93 made Interesting
an -
atives in Georgia. Cornette, C. E. Robbins, R. M. that costs here were not as highas
talk on "Armistice Day"at Bishop, H. R. Hall, F. M. Wright, in Louisiana He pointed out
Benefit Card PartyIs the regular meeting of the Ki- Wj. C. Owen, J. D. Bruce and O. that unrestricted production of sug-

Cato-Warren wanis Club at the Inn Wednesday A. Jones, of Clewiston. ar cane in this area would be reflected -

Big Success evening in a payroll of real benefitto

Mr. Graves' talk was concerned Four Take Exams the section and asked the aid
Miss- Mary Bell Warren became largely with the significance of of the Senator in getting these restrictions -
' An Armistice theme was chos- the bride: of Jerry Chandler Catoin the World War and its results. He removed. He also spokeof

en for the benefit card party given a simple home wedding Satur- also brought out the purposes of For Rural CarrierA. the Cuban tariff which is taken

by the Clewiston Garden Club at day evening. The ceremony was performed -: the Legion-its obligation to the off each year just In time io'r.the

the_ Inn Thursday afternoon. Tal- by Rev. Marshall Mines,I dead veterans and the desire of growers there to compete with
W. Lawrence, M. C. Doke,
lies and prize wrappings carriedout pastor of the First Baptist Church, the living veterans to keep what Florida growers winter vege-

the patriotic color scheme of at the home of the bride's, sister, they had given their lives to make Gratton George and Mrs. C. E..' tables. He closed by paying a high

";" < red, white and blue. Mrs. C. W. Simmons, with whom secure-our liberty and democracy.The Bailey were in Fort Myers Monday compliment to Senator Andrews on

"_' I she made her home. dedication of the his office force in Washington
? First prize at Michigan was won : Legion to take the examinations held there
;.:,,,: by Mrs Catherine Jarvis, who re- ''I The home was decorated ,with the living, he said, was to care for by the Civil Service Commissionfor ) which he said was not merely a
..::,; ,ceived a lovely flower table deco- quantities of cut flowers and an the disabled veterans, widows and publicity organization but an office -
the position of rural mail car-
,, "";;:, :,, ratioif. Mrs George Bellamy. second arch of coral vine formed a background orphans of veterans. He also stated rier on the newly formed Clewiston ) which was willing to give aid
: 'N:: high, received 'a jardiniere, for the wedding. that the Legion favored a great to Floridians when possible, which
route. Of the close to forty who
:'.:-": ; and Mrs. C. ,A. Martinez, who was The bride wore an ensemble of rearmament program, not to, bring was appreciated by these Floridians.The .
filled out application blanks these
: : low a novel pot-holder. At bridge teal blue crepe, fashioned with war but to preserve peace, and they next speaker was R. Y.
four were the only ones to take
; : 'Mrs. Keathley Bowden received a bolero, and her accessories were of considered the proper care. of Am- the examinations.It Creech, vegetable grower of Belle
.n':' lovely tray as high prize, Mrs. A. luggage tan. Her flowers were a erica was through preparedness. Glade who commented on the injurious -

:," .. O. Ward, a lace set as second prize corsage of rosebuds. Mr. and Mrs. Education by. and for Americanshad is not known when the results freight rates to Florida.He .

:;(:::" and Mrs. J. H. Pressley a desk set George Waldron were the attend- done much, he said, toward the of the exams will be made pointed out that California may
':",. .: as low prize. Mrs. Elbert Stewart ants. prevention of the spread of various"Isms" known and the permanent carrier ship to New York for about one
', take over. Mr. Lawrence is now half what it costs Florida and Texas -
in, America.
:;,. .. received a pretty cigarette box as Following the ceremony a re- -
;\/' door prize. ception was given for threecouple F. M. Wright, past commanderof the temporary carrier. can ship radishes to New York

. ;" ::' Among those attending were Mrs. by Mrs. Simmons and wedding the post, made a brief talk following for approximately one-third. Such

.. G. T. Augur, Mrs. W. M. Brad-I cake and punch were served. Mr. Graves in which he CARL JOHNSON I rates he said, were- established

".. nack, Mrs. H.. A. Bestor, Mrs. M.I' Guests at the wedding were Mr. referred to Armistice Day as a many years ago and that Florida,

.. i. W. Bigg, Mrs.: Keathley Bowden, and Mrs. Vernon Collins, Mr. and day of thanksgiving. He said that Carl Johnson, about 45, died last with a comparatively new vege-

". ', '-., Mrs. J. D. Bruce, Mrs. George Bel- Mrs. W. H. Warren Mr. and Mrs. we are now reaping the fruit of week in the Bay Pines Veteran's table production, came under a
. ( lamy Mrs. Sam Chastain, Mrs. Waldon Walker, Joan Walker, seed planted twenty: years ago and Hospital in St. Petersburg of a new tariff setup. He believes that
. ', W. B. Cate, Mrs. R. L. Deckman Misses Clarice and Elsie Lammons, spoke of the severity of the Arm- heart ailment with which he had the I. C. C. should be contactedto

:;, .'" of Canal Point, Mrs. Foy Durrence Mrs. Marshall Mines, Doris Simmons istice as demanded by France. been ill for some time. He had make an adjustment In these

Mrs. John H. Doty, Mrs. F. Deane Gerald Collins and the The meeting was well attended. been a resident of the Hooker's rates. He closed with the com-

Duff, Mrs. Claude Downs, bride's grandfather G. ,B. War- Point community for several years. ment that due to the limited market -
' ./.... J survived his widow for vegetables that if Everglades
ren. He is by
: Mrs. John Mrs. Bessie not plant part of
F Following the reception the couple and one son and Homer Johnson, growers
Elliott, Mrs. J. W Francis, Mrs. In they would be
., brother all of whom reside here. their farms cane
; H. R. Hall, Mrs. B. E. Herring, left for a week-end honeymoonin U. S. Engineer dragline is at a facing bankruptcy within two

." ., Mrs. Tom Murst, Mrs Catherine Miami, and returned to Paho- work on the slip just north of the yeais.
: Jarvis, Mrs. W. P. Jernigan of kee where they will reside. newEngineer office, deepening it MRS NANCY It. WITT Luther Jones of Belle Glade said

Canal Point, Mrs. O. A. Jones; Mrs. Mrs. Cato has resided in Clewis- and squaring it up and giving it a that he would like to state what
" H. C. K.olstad. Mrs. R. H. Knight, ton for most of her life. She was more presentable appearance. The Mrs. Nancy R. Witt of Jacksonville Mr. Creech had intimated, that the

Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn, Mrs. I. D.I is member of the Senior Class of marl excavated is being used to died Friday afternoon aftera bean growers of the 'glades were

,., ,- : r'' Leydig, Mrs. B. P. Luce, Mrs. C.: the Clewiston High School, .and has widen the road leading in from the prolonged illness. Mrs. Witt, who at their rope's end. He also staled
A. Martinez Mrs. E. C. Mills, enrolled in the Pahokee High Schoolto highway to the engineer's office was 83 years of age, was the that ho considered diversificationthe

Miss Eunice :Meredith, Mrs. Gordon complete her high school work. and for landscaping the grounds. grandmother of Mrs. A. O. Ward, only answer to the problem and

Mobley, Mrs. E. P. Mutrux, Mrs. Mr. Cato is the son of Mr. and and was known to many Clewiston the most important help to tho

J. G. Niblack, Mrs. C. E. Nall, Mrs Mrs. W. E. Cato of Arcadia. He has HOSPITAL WORK residents, having spent a winter farmers would be that they be allowed -

W. C. Owen Mrs. I. M. Pafford, resided in Clewiston for the past here three 'years ago with her to plant cane.J. .

Mrs J. H. Pressley, Mrs. W. W. three years, leaving here recentlyfor Workmen this week are putting granddaughter. E. Beardsley spoke next on

I Perry, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs Pahokee, where he has accepted -I down new linoleum on floors and Funeral services and burial were diversification of crops and usedas

M. M. Prewitt, Mrs Frank 1\1. a position with the Everglades adding some needed partitions at held Sunday in Madison. an example the Beardsley Farmson

Rodriguez, Mrs Lawrence RoJ- Fire Control Board. the Clewiston Hospital. which he has begun a program

riguez, Mis. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs YOUNG WOMEN TO MEET which he says is sound and will

Joseph Robbins Mrs. W' F. Simpson FOSTER .MEREDITH NEW DRILL BARGEA support a year-around live-at-home

Mrs. T. B. Shelley, Mrs. Her- ENTERTAINS WITH DINNER The Young Women's Club will program. That Is: eighty acres of

khan Scharnberg, Mrs. E. L. Stewart new dilll barge, Atlas belong- 'hold its regular meeting Wednesday / sugar cane, ten acres of avocadoes,
Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs. L. W Foster Meredith! entertained witha ing to the U. S. Engineers arrived night, November 1G, at 8:00 ten acres of citrus, 13 head of

Sims of Canal Point, Mrs. G. II dinner party at his apartment in this, week from Washington and o'clock at tho home of Miss Florine Guernsey cattle, eighty acres of

,Small, Mrs J. F. TIppey, Mrs the Hopkins Building Tuesday ev- will probably be placed on the revetment Moorq with Miss Pearl Brantley beans and 13 head of beef cattle.
1 F. C. Taylor, Mrs. W P. Vaughn, ening in honor of his daughter, project at l'ahokcer assistjqg. Members are urged to be John M. Gledhill, editqr of the

sr., Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, jr., Mrs. !Miss Eunice's, birthday. present and to bring something for Pahokee News spoke briefly, expressed -

H, T, Vaughn, Mrs. M. E. Von Guests Included Mr. .and, Mrs. Boca Grande defeated Moore the Thanksgiving baskets. Any desiring his pleasure at being: present

Mach, Mrs A, 0. Whrd, Mrs F, z, o. Meredith Otto Larson, Tom Haven 8021 at Mooro Haven ,thin Information about thoso baa{ and helping welcome Senator

W, Wright &nd Mrs George Yon, my Kurt; and John Tletke. afternoon. kots should\ aM Pearl Dr nUoy. (.Continued on page four),
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9 Second growth Following Denial of Wage Cut SUNDAY Lesson I : ,

sometimes -cause tonSilJ -By Joseph W. Ln I&inc'- By HAROLD 1,. HJNLKJU1S1. L'. U. The Life of a TyrantA
Dean of The Moody Bible Institute.of
dictator is no more free than
trouble authorities > Western Newspaper Chicago. Union the rest of the people. He is beset
.n.'p and bedeviled by his obsession.We .
By Dr. James W. don't mind giving in to our
v. Lesson for November 13 own conscience. But it is asking a

A PATIENT consulted his good deal to obey our neighbor's.A .

physician about a sore THE SACREDNESS OF HUMAN boy thaws out of his reservein
throat. The physician informedhim % LIFE two minutes with a man "who
laughs as he talks to "
that it was his tonsils that jt
If you can't show people
the LESSON TEXT-Exodus 20:13: Matthew
were likely causing symp- 6:21-26. 3842.COLDEN cause they are too blind, you may
toms. The patient smiled and TEX1-'fhou Shalt not kill.- have to push 'em.

stated that if it'were his tonsilshe .. ... Exodus is a murderer 20:13. Whosoever John315.hatetb' his brother When a newly met strangersays
another something more at parting
must have
grown / -. than "Glad to have met ," a
he had had his tonsils Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected you
pair as
and copyrighted by International friendship is budding.
removed when he was 10 years Council of Religious l Education: used by
permission. Just an Out

old.The The sanctity of human life finds People may prefer- be inconsistent -
physician made no reply its foundation in the fact that God in order to avoid being

but he knew that the ton- created man in His own likeness thought monotonous.If .
sils had not been completely and image. Because that is true no one hasn't the knack of so-

removed at that age or they would ,.,'a 6v man has any right to take the life ciability but has a good character,
not have returned. When tonsils are tk? '!' ; \ 4+ __ ___ of another for any cause except at everybody will, concede the latter
removed at an ear- the direct command of God. Only -after 10 years.
lier age than six y.r by the orderly process of law for The kind of good nature that has 1
our throat the protection of society and in accordance to be inspired by a resolution to '\
specialists tell us ..... n ...,,,"" -,,,...,, .< ---" .. ..." .. with the Word of God may be good-natured is a little forlorn.
; that they may-sometimes there be any such action by man

i return. COMMITTEEMEN LANDIS, STACY AND MILLISA toward man. Both- of these truthsare It,
There are many : cut would be ineffective, detrimental. (See TRANSPORTATION). declared in Scripture in God's "- ,
L patients with arthritis covenant with Noah (Gen. 9:5, 6),
who have their if Munich's which was made possibly a thou
treaty was a capitulation -
> teeth carefully ex- TransportationIn which he denied '- France sand years before the Ten Com R
amined by X-ray the opinion. of three experts, would never again capitulate. But mandments were given to Moses. eurnatismJ
and other methods American railroads have no right to Premier Daladier's promise is not Life is held rather cheaply in our

who never think of cut 15 per cent from pay checks of borne out in fact. At the Marseille day. Nations count their boys and
Dr. Barton their tonsils being 930,000 employees because: (1) it convention of his RadicalSocialistparty girls as only so much "war mate-
would be a stop-gap measure at rial." Life is destroyed on the
because he
the cause outlawed communists from
they had their tonsils removed in best, only reducing the standard of the government, plainly a move to highway, in the shop or in, the Just Do What You See
living at a time when business in home. Let us declare again the
admit that
childhood. They they curry favor with communist-hating
have remnants of tonsils, or tags, general is coming back; (2) the rail- Reichsfuehrer Adolf Hitler and Premier solemn command of God, "Thou In These Pictures To
still present in the throat, and also roads' financial problem is still of, Benito Mussolini. Many ob- shalt not kill."
short term been crit- I. The Prohibition of Murder Relieve Pain
aspect, having Quickly
that they sometimes have a sore servers believe this decision shows
throat but there is such a small ical less than a year; (3) although Premier Daladier is frantically (Exod. 20:13).

piece or pieces of the tonsils left I railway wages have not fluctuated grasping for a straw, since by repudiating The word "kill" in this command-
so badly as wages in other indus- ment is one which means a violent
that they could not possibly cause the communist party he
tries, they have not been advancing throws his and unauthorized taking of life,
the arthritis or rheumatism. away a large part of
proportionately so fast as in other and is.therefore more properly
Often Hidden. Popular Front support. Not only will
Infection industries; (4) a flat 15 per .cent the premier lose his next election, translated "murder." Not all killing S NS SM1 ,
The great amount of scar tissue wage cut would not be equitable, but France will probably break off' is murder. A man may kill another
which resulted from the healing of since smaller which in
roads- are entirely accidentally, or he
her treaty with communistic Russia.
the partly completed operation for worse shape-would derive less ben- may be the duly constituted legal

removal, seals or covers the sur- efit than the larger, more prosperous UtilitiesNew officer carrying out the law of the
face of the piece of tonsil left in, lines. land in taking the life of one who
and underneath this scar there may This was the gist of 40,000-word Deal dams and power plants has forfeited his right to live because
1.Take 2 Bayer Aspirin Tablets with a full
be much infection. Because' this opinion handed down by President have offered public utilities serious he has slain another. Thereis Class of water the moment you feel either
stub or tag of tonsil is not a'deepor Roosevelt's emergency fact-finding competition, forcing down their also the right of self-defense, be B rheumatic or neuritic pain coming on.
dark red in color, as with the commission after three weeks of de- prices and creating an unfriendly it individual or collective. But these
usual infected tonsil, it is not suspected liberation. Board members: Chief breach between electricity execu- are the only exceptions; let us not
of having this infection be- Justice Walter P. Stacy of the North tives and the administration. One attempt to justify any other.

neath it and so it continues to pour Carolina Supreme court; Dean government power project not yet Murder is too prevalent in our
infection into the blood and arthritisor James M. Landis of Harvard law started is the St. Lawrence water- land. In 1936 there were 13,242 out

heart disease may follow. school, once chairman of the securities way, which President Roosevelt right killings-a murder every 40
The thought then in searching for and exchange commission; praised during September when the minutes. The head of the United
the cause of arthritis is that not Professor ,Harry A. Millis, Univer- war scare first began. At that time, States secret service estimates that
only the cases of inflamed tonsils sity of Chicago economist and for- partly because he feared a lack of there are 200,000 persons at largein
with frequent sore throats shouldbe mer member of the national labor power reserve, partly because such our land who "have murder in

investigated but these "second relations board. their hearts and who will take human -

growth" tonsils and ,tags should be Though offering a well-considered life before they die." Also in pain 2.You Is should unusually feel severe relief very repeat quickly.according If- -)

investigated also. opinion, the commission gave no 1936 there were 37.800 deaths in automobile to directions.
accidents. Some of these
help to sorely pressed railroads.
Just Be Sure To Use
Insidious NatureOf Only tangible result is, that some were by unavoidable accidents. but
solution of America's entire rail many were really murder because Genuine Bayer AspirinServing'
Modern Ills problem will probably be speeded. the one responsible drove with defective -

"The average person is not par- Possibilities: (1) Wholesale reorgan- brakes dangerous tires, or To relieve pain of rheumatism or
ticularly interested in the fact that izations, combines and abandonmentof j4 while he was intoxicated. Add to neuritis quickly, try the Bayer
..: : these the deaths in causedby Aspirin way=shown above.
: industry
cancer may kill him, nor is he seriously lines to avoid duplicated service, 4.
concerned with his death. a program which the interstate com- failure to provide proper safe People everywhere say results

The average person does not think merce commission must approve, guards or healthy working condi- costs are remarkable.only about Yet one Bayer cent a Aspirin tablet,
about his health, but he does think and which would probably decrease tions, and by the, exploitation of which makes the use of expensive
about the impression he will make, I railroad labor employment; (2) child labor, and we say again that "pain remedies" unnecessary.If .

his social standing, his capabilities, agreement with labor for a tempo- we should cry aloud, "Thou shalt this way fails, see your doctor.
his ability to beat a neighbor at a rary, smaller pay 'cut; ((3) federal do no murder." He will find the cause and correct
game, his chances of promotion and financial assistance, which would H. The Cause of Murder (Matt. it. While there, ask him about taking -
his appearance. And there are very only pile higher the already high in- a 5:21, 22). Bayer Aspirin to relieve these
terest 5. The Sermon the Mount from pains. We believe he will tell you
few men and .women, whatever they charges and would offer only on ,
say, who, in their hearts would not temporary relief.Reorganization. Mvq which the rest of our lesson is.taken, there is no more normal effective, more dependable -

like to meet their social circle witha is the most likely while it "describes the characterof use. way persons may

greater confidence, their occupa- solution. Already pending before the the citizens of the earthly king When you buy,
tion with more proficiency, their em- I. C. C. when the fact-finding com- Iy' !C 'y'' NaRifv dom which the Messiah came to make sure you get
barrassments with calmer self-as- mission reported were,proposals for set up" and "assumes a class of genuine BAYER

surance, their domestic life with three such plans. people already saved, regenerated, Aspirin
more complacent certainty and the and in fellowship with their" King"
world in general with the additional DomesticOpponents (James M Gray), does provide fun 15c
cheerfulness and vigor which ren- SECRETARY JOHNSONThe damental principles for the guide FOR 12 TABLETS
ders life a vivid actuality rather of the administration's war department made peace.a ance of the Christian., 2 FULL DOZEN 25c y

than a passage or existence." foreign policy have long criticized In this matter of murder, Jesus
I am quoting Dr. T. Wingate Secretary of State Cordell Hull for shortcoming might be good ad- cuts right through the outward as
Todd, Cleveland, in Clinical Medi- censuring Japanese encroachmenton vertising for a St. Lawrence project, pects of the matter and points out a FeastA
cine and Surgery, because, in the U. S. affairs in the Orient, mean- the President appointed a commis- that an angry hatred in the heartis cheerful look makes a dish a
above simple manner, he points out while allowing Mexico to expropriate sion under Louis ,Johnson, assistant the root of all murder. If we feast.-Herbert.
the difference between a life that is U. S.-owned oil lands. Secre- secretary of war. hate, we have murder in our hearts.

a passage or an existence and a life tary Hull's answer has been that When the commission reported recently Circumstances may hinder its fulfillment
that is a vivid actuality. There is Mexico's problem may best be set- it failed to mention St. Lawrence but the danger is always TENDER SKIN !1rJ .
certainly a great differe"nce between tled by arbitration, not through waterway plans. But it made there until we remove the cause. MFOH
simply being free of disease and hostile attitude that may destroy bigger and more puzzling news by Just being angry-calling our brother E@Y
enjoying buoyant health. Western hemisphere peace. The latest drawing executives of 14 large utili- "Raca" (the modern equivalentof SNOW-WHITE PETROLEUM
The trouble with the Mexican step has been seizureof ties to'Washington and getting their which is "nobody there"), and
average per-
son and his physician is'that neither a headquarters building occupiedby promise to start expanding. If- this calling him "thou fool," which classifies

of them is interested in the other Standard Oil subsidiaries, an act was a peace gesture, it was over- him as "morally worthless"-- ,;\Wafch:XQl' tf;
unless some real disease is present. which brought only feeble protest shadowed by explanations that util- these are the three dreadful_ downward '

Yet, as Dr. Todd points out, disease from U. S. Ambassador Josephus ity expansion is an important stepin steps to murder. And they : "s'ol. .. 4
today has changed. "It no longer Daniels ("I made representations the government's defense pro- begin in anger. May God help '
slays ruthlessly in epidemics but ."). But if the U. S. hopes to gram and a healthy 'move toward those of us,who have strong feelingsthat Help Them Cleanse the Blood
insidiously ( stalemate Fascism in the Western business recovery. we may not yield them to the of Harmful Body Waste
hearts, hardens arteries, ruins cripples teeth, hemisphere by its kid-glove policy The program: In '15 areas (all devil in anger against our brother I waste Your matter kidneys from are the constantly blood stream.filtering But

warps and stunts development, shat- toward Mexico, it may be doomedto east of ,the Mississippi) utilities will III. The Prevention of Murder not kidneys act u sometime Nature Jag intended in their-fail work-do to re-
ters nerves and produces morbid disappointment. Although Presi- spend an immediate $350,000,000, (Matt. 5:23.26 38-42)). move impurities that, if retained, may
moods and manners which destroyor dent Lazaro Cardenas once said his boosting it to $2,000,000,000 if power Prevention with God means more poison the system and upset the whole .
.body machinery.
cripple confidence and efficiency. country would sell oil only to demo- consumption increases normally than putting up a barrier to keep us Symptoms may be nagging backache
cratic nations, he has just persistent headache,attacks of dizziness
an- next two years. Only government from killing. He deals with the getting up nights rwelUng, puffiness)
Tiredness, fear and despondencyare nounced consummation of a con- function will be Recenstruction Finance heart, and thus puts the whole life under the eyes--a feeling .elf nervous
tract to sell several million dollars' anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
the symptoms of the early corporation aid. right. It is not even a question of Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder
worth in Rome.Foreign feel against our broth. be burning, scanty or too
stages disability.The i Though generally regarded as an how we may may
thought then for the physician optimistic sign of recovery, utility er. If he has aught against us we frequent There should urination.be no doubt that prompt
is not to spend all his time expansion has been minimized in are to do all we can to win him. treatment is wiser than neglect. Use
,,'. PtlU. Doon'i have been winning
and energy 'on those who are already After the peace of Munich, some quarters. The, 1,000,000 new He may be unreasonable, grasping, Doo new friends for more than forty year
diseased in mind and body France's Premier Edouard Dala- kilowatts in generating capacity is and unfair. However, the spirit that They have a nation-wide reputation.the
recommended by grateful people
(worthy as this may be), but to look dier went to great lengths justifying only a 3 per cent boost in U. S. power will win him is not that of retalia country Are over. Art tour ntffA&or
more fully or completely into the his position before the senate and potentiality, considerably below the tion or sullen submission to the inevitable

',case of the average person who isrestless chamber of deputies. He won confi- average increase in good business but rather a free and willing DOAN SPILLSHEALTH \,...,
discontented and impatient. dence bv assuring Frenchmen that years. going even beyond what is re-
e Bell Syndicate-WNU Service. quired.




9 rTri A PRELUDE TO DIZZY ,DRA IAs-NoJV 'Playing-"AIN'T,IT SO?* \. ., By Joe Bowers ,

t ,

of the 40,000,000 people -
"rS/r YOllNCrk
who watch this autumn'
rr .X' r."* jTJ fck7*
4 know of the o kVWAT TSt i 1.T5K 1.
yy'f gridiron garnet : .
month spent by skilled work- )

men turning pigskin and rub o -

ber into footballs. Long before a /

the triple-threat halfback be-

gan training, football manufacturers '.
;'t z ; began their prepara- MAKES MAN GIVE (THE WOMAN

tion. Each ball has receivedas ; i., WOMAN A DIAMOND RING\ ?

much attention as the glamorous '
k \ players themselves. First ..
< < 4zsl :
left is
step, illustrated at cut-
ting and selecting leather for f- L

the football.A s

ra WHAT to EAT and WHY

s v
/ Are Your Children Eating Clean Food ? ted!to go to school with the sniffles -

1 "l"kc Mothers must increase, not decrease -
l '' Asks C. Houston Goudiss-Points Out
t W their vigilance. They must

assume responsibility for the observance -
>c ;., Hazards of
Neglected of
3z :ry fas HandWashingBy all the habits that
.1':" safeguard health. These includethe
:tf1t 'HOUSTON GOUDISS daily bath; the daily change

a 3f ) ai ff T DO feed my Johnny correctly," young mother said to into clean clothing; the frequent,
washing of the hands, and always
A me not long ago. "I give him milk and eggs and vege- before eating; the twice-daily-

tables and fruits. And still he has colds! Would you mind brushing of the teeth; regular

telling me just how you reconcile that with all this talk aboutour elimination; regular hours for

newer knowledge of nutrition-and how it helps childrento meals; and the necessary hours
_" for outdoor play and for sleep.
have better health? <
: ,ai::Wrvm.Iti'Siurrrr-
"I don't know;" I answered. mother desires for her child. On What About the School ?

check for precision: Each "panel" of pigskinused in the "But I wonder if it would be the contrary, she is risking the Mothers must rememberandmust

football is weighed to check on the skiving. Regulation foot- convenient for me to meet danger of grave illness.which For the emphasize to their, children

balls must be of standard weight. Johnny,?" micro-organisms cause 92 -that diseases may often be .
out of every 100 deaths from com-
traced to unclean hands, and to
municable diseases enter or leave
"Certainly, she replied. germs sprayed in the air by persons -
: : "He'll be home from school in the body through the mouth or having coughs and colds.
a few moments. He usually Teach your' children to muffle
every cough and sneeze in a hand-
stops at the school playgroundfor
Ktjuff Health Linked to CleanlinessAll kerchief. And be sure they have a
an hour or, two, to play handkerchief handy for the pur-
ball with the other of us have heard the expression -
dodge pose. Teach them to keep their
: "Cleanliness is next, to out of
boys. fingers their ,mouths, like-
Godliness, though to observe
wise pencils and other
% A moment or two later Johnny some of our school children eating Teach them'to' wash the hands and

appeared. And a more grimy lit- their lunches, one might have rea- face frequently.If .
tle lad I had sel- son to believe that both mothers
H they are to carry out this last
dom seen, certainly and school boards have forgottenthis
instruction it is
? imperative that
% not outside of a old copy-book maxim! But .it soap and towels be available in
neighborhood such bears remembering, every day
school washrooms, as well as at
y as we sometimes and all day. For the writer who home.
Investigate conditions at
; 7 Jrrn'.rfaaa fd describe as under- said that soap and civilization go the school your child attends. If
7 privileged! hand ,in hand was not far from facilities
I are not adequate, do ,
Johnny's hands the truth. Certainly, soapandwater something about it. Either arouse '
ut, '; were dirty. His cleanliness
and good healthare
other mothers to
help rectify the
: .'b l fih. face was dirty. His linked
inseparably and habitsof
:f lili..E !s "' ai Sei... y7 '1 / t Ca y' knees and omissions, or failing thathaveyour
legs personal cleanliness are a vital child and
carry soap paper
r were streaked with factor safeguarding children
LEFT Panels examined still before skilled craftsman towels from home!
are more a mud. There was a
against infections and disease.We .
matches them, guaranteeing that the finished football will lollypop in his By teaching cleanliness to your
often compare a correct diet children, by making it 'a regular
have uniform color and quality. RIGHT The assembly job mouth he
, though pulledit to the bricks with which a well- part of their training, you will
begins when panels stitched hot machine. out when his mother made the
are on a wax constructed building is erected. help to safeguard their health and

introduction. But if food represents the bricks the health of every other child
t I could not refuse his hand when : with which the edifice of health is with whom they come in contactin

he put it forth in a gentlemanly : built, surely cleanliness is the their daily lives.Questions .
gesture, though I noted that some mortar!
of its visible soil, and doubtlesssome

unseen germs, were trans- at It I AnsweredMrs. I
Keeping Everlastingly
ferred to my own hand during the

greeting.No Most babies are kept clean by

sooner had we unclasped their mothers because mothers C. M. L.-Yes, there is

hands than a tremendous sneeze know that they cannot keep their some advantage in eating whole

all but engulfed Johnny. And in babies well if they do not keep oranges, as opposed to merely
spite of his almost adult mannerat them clean. If the same careful drinking the juice. Both orange

meeting a stranger, he had not policy were followed in later child- and orange juice are rich in vita-
learned to cover his nose and hood, it is almost certain that min C. But the pulp possesses

mouth during a sneeze. The lollypop there would be. less illness among additional laxative values that are

i 'was sprayed with moistureand children. not obtained when only the juice is

germs. Two seconds later, Unfortunately, many mothers consumed. "I
1 ;>. the child put the lollypop back in relax their vigilance the moment Miss F. C. V.-Experiments by ,"
his mouth and continued suckingit their child is ready for school. In three distinguished investigators
some cases, they believe that the reveal that beef liver contains 20

And yet his mother could not un- child has had sufficient trainingand times as much copper as beefsteak -

derstand why he had colds! can be relied upon; in other .
-WNU-C. Houston GoudJss193S36.TRUE .
instances, they believe, or hope,
Contaminated Food'I that further training will be 'supplied -
by the school! '
have pointed out many times

that in my opinion, a mother's !
foremost responsibility is to feed A Mother's Job

her children a diet that takes into But the mere fact that a child is
..,,,,, .. '
'" : ,-": __ account all the recent amazing old enough to go to school does
L "Like lemons, Luden'scontain
., discoveries of nutritional science. not make him less of a child. a factor that 4 !
LEFT-Ends are stitched by hands, not an easy job when Only by so doing can she hope to Nor does it make his mother less helps contribute to your -i

you, consider the toughness of this pigskin. RIGHT-An important give them a sturdy body with of a teacher and guardian. On I alkaline reserve. I pre-

part of football manufacture is the cementing and prep- straight bones, strong responsive the contrary, it multiplies her responsibilities fer Luden's."
muscles, 'a good circulation and EDNA RIGGS, -
aration of linings and panels, thus insuring firmness.
sound healthy nerves. More than ever the child needs Lecturer,Los AnselfsLUDEN'S

But the parent who permits her careful supervision of his health
R offspring to eat with unwashed habits. For now he is in daily
hands and thus take countless contact with countless other

germs into his body with every youngsters, from many types of MENTHOl COUGH DROPS 5

:',.'t' mouthful of food is scarcely giving homes. More chances to pick up
-() that food a chance to build germs! More chances to dissemi-
the kind of body and brain every nate germs should he be permit- READ THE ADS

.T s "n ;Glib? l, QA l.

Pepsodent ALONE of all tooth powders contains

marvelous Irium*
O 27 million sales prove that Pepsodent millions are doing-change to Pepsodent.
Powder containing Irium has taken the Watch Irium help Pepsodent Powder
Via, 4 '' nation by storm! Facts are facts! to brush away masking surface-stains
5 27 million sales can only mean one .. watch Pepsodent polish teeth to a
.-: The finished product, ready for booting and passing by a *; thing: Pepsodent containing Irium"has dazzling natural luster! Contains NO
'i.. bone-crushing fullback. But first the ball must be checked and something on the ball"! So do as GRIT NO BLEACH. Try it!

its diameter measured after inflation. To pass tests this diam- x3fy, Popodcnt'a trade mark fonts brand of Purliedkyl Sulfate

eter must be 21 inches.

I Ii i




The Clewiston News told Congress that if the Japs tooka reen Johnson, Muriel Golden. of Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit: NOTICE t

notion to sieze the Philllpines Second Grade: Jack Davis Nadine SEU of the SWi of the SErf
Section 23. Township 43 South, Notice Is hereby given that the
would take the United Statesa Andrews, June Collier, Shirley
that it Range 31 East: Board of Public Instruction, of Hcndy -
Published every Friday In Clewiston. year to get ,there in sufficient Owen, Corrine VonMach, Bobby W of the NEU of the NE'i County, Florida will, on the third
:Florida, by the CLHWISTON NEWS forco to do anything about it and Hanna, Christine Espenlaub. of Section 35 Township 43 South I day of December 1938 receive sealed
Range 34 East: proposals for the construction of a -
Inc. that such a siezure, if successful, Third Grade: Clifford Beatty, Ett of the NWr%. of the NE;i certain school building at Clewiston.

would cause a sugar famine for at Kim Kolstad, Junior Raines, Oliver of Section 35. Township 43 South, Florida in accordance with plans and

KEATHLEY BOWDEN, Editor least three years. The same he i Martinez, Carline Berner, Barbara Range Elk of 34 the East SW'/i; of the NE'/i office specifications of L. Phillips now on Clark file, architect In the

said was true in Hawaii. He called]I Bruce, Detty Dixon, Mary Katheryn of Section 35. Township 43 South, West Palm Beach, Florida.

Entered as second class mall matter attention to the sugar apportlon-i Dj,ess, Lillian, Golden Shirley Krue- Range WV6 of 34 the East SWU: of the NEi All proposals should' be addressedto

February I, 1927. at the Post Office In meats during the World War and of Section 35, Township 43 South, S. A. Graves, Superintendent of
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act ot ]I ger.Fourth Range 34 East Public Instruction, Hendry County,
March 3, ,1897.SuluJrlption. commented on the fact that had I Grade: Clarence Stiles:: E& of the :SEAof the NEt Flcrida, LaBelle, Florida, and marked. -

not President Roosevelt acted when Harriette Alston, Gloria Carmouche, of Section 35 Township 43 South, Proposals for the Construction of
School Building
he did the world might be in the]I Jo Ann Crouch, Mary Ruth John- Range 34 East;
I The Board the to
Rate $2.00 Per Year.Advertising" reserves right
another such at this Louise Prewitt, Mary Louise \V% of the SEMI of the NEU
of ,
midst war son Section reject any and all bids.
of 35
Rates On Application. Township 43 South,
time. He said that sugar is a uni- Thomas, Nancy Wright. Range 34 East: :MRS. HOMER TAYLOR,

versal food and there Is no chanceof Fifth Grade: Wanda Shelfer, Jo- E% of the ,NEt of the NWU Chairman Board of Public I
and wel- of Section 35,. Township 43 South, Instruction, Hendry County,
fare Devoted of Clewiston to the advancement and Hendry County. us oversupplying ourselves. He an Walker, Jean Auger, Nora Og- Range 34 East: Florida \

felt that while we should be kindto lesby, David Belcher W% of the NEU of the NlVU S. A. GRAVES '
of Section Township 43 South,
Superintendent of Public Instruction
offshore possessions there was Sixth grade: Sue VonMach, Chris- Range 34 Mast; Hendry County,

no use in trying to take care of tine Redish, Marilyn Davis, Par- E% of the SWU of the NWU Florida.
Senator Andrews- of Section 35, Township 43 South,
other countries and he was not wil- melia Bourne, Willie Smith, Nick Range 34 East: LOUIS O. GRAVELY,

ling to go ,on that way. In closinghe Schiffli, Richard Hanna, Edward W% of the SW.'": of the NWU Attorney.
Nc. 161-Nov. 3, 10, 17, 24, Dec. 2.
Continued from page 1) stated "I do not know.what I I Creel, Lewis Blount, Bobby Car- of Range Section 34 35 East, Township: 43 South _

Andrews and said that, he wishedto can do but so long as I am in the mouche. E% of the SEU of the ,NWU NOTICE

Join others present in a fervent Senate I am going to continue to Seventh Grade: Marianne Jones, of Section 35, Township 43 South,
Range 34 East Notice Is hereby given that .the
protest against sugar quotas. knock at the door until it is open- Eighth grade: None. : Wlh of the SE1of the NWU Board of Public Instruction, of Hendry -

Glade ed. This applies to rates for truck Ninth grade: None. of Section 35, Township 43 South County, Florida, on the third day
of Belle ,
Wk. R' Hooker as well as cane growers for Tenth grade: None. Range 34 East: of December A. D. 1938. will receive
large vegetable producer, stated growers I E% of the NE1of the SWU bids for the purchase of $33,000.00
that he had 150 white people work- the world needs what you have. Eleventh grade: Dick Patterson, of Section 35, Township 43 South, Special Tax School District No.1,
I Louis Leiter, J. D. Hooker and Range 34 East; Hendry County Bonds, said bonds
the meetingwere
ing in his packing plant a few hours Guests present at N% of the NWU of tho SWU being in denomination of $1000.00
each day and that their average : Senator Andrews, Jay W. Florence Graham. of Section 35, Township 43 South, each, said bonds bearing Interest at
Prewitt Twelfth grade: George Smith, Range 34 East the rate of six percent per annum,
weekly earnings were about $6.10. Moran, F. D., Duff, W' C. : I payable semi-annually and maturingas
It. E. Kurtz J. E. Bill Owen, Roy Hare,' Billie Hooker, SWU of the NWU of the SWU
He added that if he could sell the F. E. Bryant, I follows: 1000.00 on July 1st, of
beans he was producing he could Beardsley, J. M. Couse, T. B': Adair, Roberta Spicer, Bernice Guthrie. of Range Section 34 Hast 35, Township; 43 South, the years 1911 to 1953, inclusive: and /rj;
I' $2000.00 on July 1st, of the years }!
ship at least ten cars a day. He C. H. Berner, J. E. Frierson, R.I SEU of the NWU of the SW i 1954 to 1963, inclusive. All proposals

claimed that the vegetable deal M. Bishop, W. R. Hooker, Luther Wednesday Mrs. Spicer broughtsix of Section 35, Township 43 South, should be addressed to S. A. Graves
Range 34 East; Superintendent! of Public Instruction
II Jones R. Y. Creech, P. G. Bishop, potted plants to the school, ;
would not support the Everglades W% of the SWU': of the SWU Hendry County, Florida, LaBelle,
population and that something must Bob Mensel, Ralph\Freeman, Mr. one for each of the elementaryrooms. of Section 35, Township 43 South, Florida, and marked. Proposals forth
This will add muchto Range 34 East : Purchase of Bonds.
the Kidder, Mr. Weideman, Mr. Janes, gift :
be done before next season or
EI of The said ,Board the rightto
the SEU of the SW ; reserves
residents, many of them, would John Tiedtke and John M. Gledhill. the beauty of our school and of Section 35. Township 43 South, reject any and all proposals.

have to leave. He stated further we extend to Mrs. Spicer our sin- Range 34 East; MRS. HOMER TAYLOR

cere thanks. W% of the SE* of the SWU Chairman, Board of Public

sugar that ,the cane growing was the of an only acreage salvationof of ,, [I N iilllilllll!I IIIIII INNNI!! I IIIIIII !il iI 11111I11I1I1llllllm! I IIIIIIIIIIIIIlmllllllllllhh.! I Nl n of Range Section 34 East 35, Township: 43 South, Instruction Florida. Hendry County,

the Everglades farmer. Florence Graham is certainly Eli; of the NEU of the SEU S. A. GRAVES,
thinking ahead. She wants to bea of Section 35. Township 43 South, Superintendent of Public
Jay W. Moran, vice-president and SCHOOL NEWSEditor Range 34 East; Instruction, Hendry 'Coun-
grammar grade teacher, and hear- WV of the NEU of the SEU ty, Florida.
general manager of the United ing that Miss Lammon had a large of Section 35. Township 43 South. LOUIS O. GRAVELY,

States Sugar Corporation was the __......-_...._._..... Bill Owen Range 34 East; Attorney
first grade, she asked permissionto No. 160-Nov. 3, 10, 17, 24, Dec 2.
next speaker. He stated that Sen- Ass't Editor J. D. Hooker } of the SWU of the SEU
uuuu ( assist in teaching the little of Section 35, Township 43 South,
ator Andrews was familiar with Sports Editor _._ Dick Owen Range 34 East
uuuu :
She teaches one
people. group under -
the growers case in the 'glades W% of the SWU of the SEU J. M. COUSE
I I the supervision of Miss Lam- of Section 35, Township 43 South,
to the
and relief was that well had informed been sought as in 'ij I iC IIIIililliIIIII i [ dl! INNN IIIIIilllI! N! I.!.J IIIIlIIIIIIIIlilllIIlI:111!I!N! NI!!N !I N: 1I1I1I111Imllllllllmllllmli!,!! I N!!N!""r P J'Ir, mon while Miss Lammon teachesthe Range Elh of 34 the East SEU: of the- ,SDU Counselor Hopkins and Attorney at Law

"Washington. He had been most I other group. Florence says she of Section 35. Township 43 South, Building
SPORTS enjoys the work very much. She Range 34 East: Wednesdays and Saturdays
cooperative and had proven himselfa Armistice Day! What does that should be commended and encour- ,Wof the SEW of the SEUof 0:80 to 4:00
for the Section 35, Township 43 South,
friend to and u worker
remind you of? The World "ar'l aged, in her ambition. Range 34 East;
had stated
Everglades farmers and
doesn't it? Well we are E the
-Julia, Oglesby \ % of NEt, of the NEU
earlier in the day that he favoredan war against LaBelle on- the twen- of Section 1, Township 44 South,
in Range 34 East;
adjustment of freight rates
i tieth anniversary of Armistice and An elementary Armistice pro- .' W% of the NE i of the NEVI

the south and a' federal regulation what a war it will, be! This gameis gram was presented on Thursdayby of Section 1, Township 44 South, Good FarmLand
which would remove, the competition -I. in Range 34 East;
one of the most important .the fourth grade as follows: EIof the NWU of the NEU
Cuba and Mex
.. imports our schedule and we are planningto Bible reading-Harriette Alston. of Section 1, Township 44 South,
ico. Mr. Moran said that to his Range 31 East:
win. Flag Salute-Assembly. W of the NWU of the NEU
mind the greatest farm
: After that terrific wallop the Poem-A 'Hymn for Armistice- of Section .1, Township 44 South,
ers could receive would be through; Range 34 East:
diversification to include a plant- Tigers gave Fort Myers our boys Mary Louise Thomas. EU of the SWU of the NEVI

might go a little "swell head" but :Song-The Armistice Day Pa- of Section 1, Township 44 South, for Rent
substantial of his
Ing of a portion Range 34 East; ,
there isn't much chance for that. rade-Fourth Grade
land in sugarcane and an oppor- W% of the SWU of the NEU
However, to show just what a good Reading Musical Nancy
tunity to sell to a processing mill of Section 1, Township 44 South,
team. I think we have I herewith Wright. Range 34 East:
to be made into raw sugar. He ISong. Wtt of the NEU of the NWU
pointed out that the sugar industry publish a little record which I .- Our, EeroesFourth: of Section 1, Township 44 South,
think is pretty good: Grade. Range 34 East:
was subject to stricter regula- EI/C.' of the NW%. of the NWU 'jJ
tions than the vegetable industryand Games won, 2; games lost, 1 ; SongAmerica' Assembly.A 'ot Section 1, Township 44 South

allowed quota not equal tone games tied, 0; points scored by Play-The Sick DollCharacters Range 34 East:

a Tigers 96; by opponents 34. : Mrs. Lillie, Patricia Bailey; E% of the SWU of the NWU TrespassersWill
half the consumptive require- of Section 1, Township 44 South,
ments of the state. He stated thereis Mrs. Brown, June Espenlaub; Dr. Range, 34 East:
OUR TEAM Ross, Charles Benbow.J. WVfc of the SEU of the NWU Be
now enough available land in of Section 1, Township 44 South,

the Everglades to produce 600,000 This week we honor two of our Range 34 East;

tons of sugar, which, if allowed, best ends, Morris Ford and Bill E. Beardsley gave an inter be and appear in the above entitled ProsecutedClewiston
cause at the Court'House for Hendry
would bring prosperity to Florida Owen. esting talk on "Americanization"to County, Florida, at LaBelle. Florida

and contribute to the prosperity of Morris was born way down ouch the junior and senior high school on Monday, the 5th Bay of December,

the nation, and take thousands cf in Miami and has lived in almost Thursday morning as a part of the 1938 to in answer said cause the, as bill amended of complaintfiled else II

men from the relief rolls and give every town in the Everglades re Armistice program.IS the allegations of said bill of ,com-
plaint, as amended, will be taker
them gainful employment. Mr. Mo- gion. Last year he moved backto as confessed by the said defendants.

ran then asked to introduce F. E. Clewiston where he had lived This order shall be published once
YOUR SUBSCRIPTON PAID? each week for four consecutive weeks
Bryant, who he termed the fatherof five years before. Morris, whom
in The Clewiston News, a newspaper
the sugar industry in Florida. some call "Model T", is a senior of general circulation published in Realty And

and one of the better known Hendry County, Florida.
Mr. Bryant told of
efforts in sugar cane productionand "shieks of the campus. His sub- COUNTY, STATE OF FLORIDA of October, 1938. DevelopmentCorpoJation

jects are Geometry, English IV, N. H. Brown, )
said that he saw the first (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL
Complainant )
Spanish II and American Democracy. Clerk of the Circuit Court
cane growing in the 'glades near VsCornelia )
for Hendry County, Florida.
. Ritta in 1910. Samples of this were He likes other sports, including Brown. )
efendant. EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER, ,
sent to Louisiana for testing and tennis and diamond ball. Hesa's Miami, Florida '

tested so high that the laboratoriessent I he would rather "play foot- DIVORCE.TO Solicitors for Plaintiff.
CORNELIA BROWN: pet 28, Nov 4, 11, 18. I
back for more samples fear- ball than eat. "Model T" has a It having been made to appear

ing a mistake had been made. The habit of catching those passes and that your residence J is Collins, in the

reason for the start of the sugar I, hope he doesn't break it. ,State of Georgia I
Now therefore, you are hereby
industry in the 'glades, he said, was Bill was born in Memphis, Ten- notified that a suit for divorce has

that it was not only a natural sug- nessee and moved here when there been brought against you as styled
above, and you are hereby requiredto fit! about time to
ar producing area but at the time was nothing except water, sawgrassand file with the Clerk of said Courtat

development was started, about a few people half out of their LaBelle, Florida, your appearancein s

1922, Cuba was gouging American minds. He entered the first grade said suit 'on or 1 efore December temind
you ....
7. 1938 and thereafter to file with oO
consumers for 20c to 25c per pound the year after the school was 'built the said clerk your written defense (NVffTNNT ,

for sugar. ,A group of wise business ind is one of the first who have if any you have to said Bill of Com- 9G,9
plaint at the time prescribed by law. :'ffoDAY-lj 11i.ri ;
spent their whole scholastic life in ,
men, wiser than the
pioneershe AV'itness my hand and seal of said \ J' .' '- "
said, had transformed that mea-: I this school. Now a senior, Bill Court at LaBelle, Florida this 11th
: ibit9O :
--er start into what it is today. He I .akes Latin II, English IV, Solid day of November A. D. 1938. : so.a

toli of the establishment of the :Geometry, business course and (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL, .iaEi, .ut.'JEsr.tifD 'rye coaQ
I Clerk Circuit Court, Hendry .-, '. < '..,.
government's cane breeding stationon hemistry. He is known to everyone County, Florida.

ten acres of land at Canal Point as "Worm": and has been since Louis O. Gravely,

through his efforts and those of 1934. He enjoys: other sports, count- Solicitor for Complainant. ,. .
Nov. 11, 18, 25, Dec. 2.
others and cane seed produced at ing golf and basketball. "Worm"was YOU can't: afford to: procrastinate: ,+'

the Canal Point station the one who intercepted that ', "
had been mss much longer in starting: to: save "

sent to Louisiana at a time when Fort Myers backfield lateral last IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE

Louisiana cans was eaten up with Friday. This was one of the most TWELFTH" .JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF portion of your in" come...and invest'tJ.J9.

Mosiac disease and he claimed that spectacular events of the game. I-'LOHIDA, IN AND IN FOR CHANCERY HENDRYCOUNTV 1'D it: wisely... during your productive

this seed cane from the Florida No. 82*
\ The "Save and
o years. HavelS
Everglades was the reason Louisiana PROBABLE LINEUP RECONSTRUCTION FINANCE :

was able to produce this CORPORATION, a corporation : vtiN ES be old-fashioned but the
year FOR FRIDAY'S GAME: organized and existing under : may : sensible

5,000,000 tons of cane instead of Center, Waldron, subs Davis and the laws of the United States, : tSs people that follow it the I
: are
Plaintiff, C \ .
being forced out of the business. Lang; End, Ford, subs, Redish and v. .: o.!

Florida, he said, was the only ]sacs Prevatt; End, Owen, subs, Brantley 4I. C. BANTZ, AS TRUSTEE ; \S A % happy ones you meet. We'll gladly
in the country where cane matures. and Holland and MRS. Q. C. BANTZ his ; "
WInn subs
; QBI. "
with time-tried safe
wife, and others named in the : ,. "" help you our ,
Mr. Duff "
next expressed the Hooker
and Bourne; HB, Vaughn, bill :
pleasure of Clewiston in having subs, O. Winn and Patterson; FB, Defendants. : and profitable savings plans.

Senator Andrews as a guest and Stone, subs, Lolley and VonMach. ORDER OF PUBLICATION

asked him to say a few words. -Sports Editor-Dick Owen. IV appearing, by the sworn bill of
complaint filed herein, as amended
Mr. Andrews made a brief talk that the plaintiff is entitled to a

in which he stated that he had been HONOR ROLL further order of publication, Clewiston Federal Savingsand

and would continue to work fora First Grade: Lionel IT IS ORDERED that all parties
Beatty, Vol-
interest under
I claiming S. P. Herndon -
breaking down of the sugar re-I ney Robbins, Jimmy Roberson, Gilbert deceased, or otherwise, in ,or to

fetrictlons: He said that'he h Stiles, Shirley Benbow, Mau ;lying the and being situate, in real the property County Loan AssociationPAGE \






tend and enjoy these splendid inspirational
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-+:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. .:..: ;. KIM KOLSTAD: CELEBRATES meetings.Cleuiston FIRST BAPTIST CIRCLE
Church Aids in

.$ p Organizing New AssociationLast
Kim' Kolstad celebrated his ninth spite of rainy weather on
Monday morning representatives -
lii_ PERSONAL and SOCIETY I birthday Friday afternoon with a of eight Baptist churches met Tuesday .afternoon the first meet-

party at the home of his parents, in Pahokee and formed a new Association ing -of the "newly organized Circle

I I Mr. and Mrs- H. C. Kolstad. of Baptist, Churches which One of the Women's Missionary So-

yj _( Hallowe'en decorations were used includes at present the churches in ciety of the Baptist church was
.. , . .. . .' and the games were played on the well attended. The meeting
1 :":":":":":":":":":":"1."":"1/" ":":":";"1."";";";";.0 ';N;N;N;N;N;N;N;N N;N N:N:..:N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:--:N:N:M:N:1 Canal Point, Pahokee, Belle Glade, was
lawn. A treasure hunt was held In South Bay, Clewiston, Moore Haven held at the home of Mrs. I. R. Hol-

S. A. Graves, of LaBelle, was t Doty, Wednesday evening, in celebration which Shirley Owen won high prize Lake Worth and West Palm land the Circle Chairman and was

visitor in Clewiston V ednesday.Joe of her sixteenth birthday. and Bub Mills low prize. Beach. Several other churches arc I opened by a devotional service led

Various old-fashioned games were Ice cream and cake were served expected to Join at the next meet- by Mrs A. R. Broadfoot, the presi-
Tom Sanders, has moved toClewlston played and prizes were awarded to Louise dent
to Prewitt, Bob Berner, ing which will be held on Novem- of the Society. Rev. Mines

.- from Canal Point. J. D. Hooker, Junior Waters, EJVonMach Carline Berner, Jo Ann Crouch, ber 29th in Lake; Worth. Several made a brief talk on the purpose

&' .-- and Louis Leiter. Dick Schiffli, Harriet Alston, Mar- state leaders are expected to speak of the circle and the challenge
R. T. RawlJngs of Orlando ,was Refreshments of cake, ice cream ianne Jones before
Bub and Gene Mills, and the meeting will begin at ten Baptists in the community,

. ', business visitor. here Monday. and punch were served to Miss Barbara Bruce, Shirley Owen, Grace o'clock. A large group from Clew- after which' the following officers

(\ Laura Bailey, Miss Janice Wynn, Ward, Nancy Wright, Ben Bolton, iston will attend. Representativesfrom were elected: Mrs. H. L. Davis Co-

'" Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Scottl have Miss Julia Oglesby, Miss Kathryn Sherwood Hall, Carol and Jean Clewiston in the organization Chairman: Mrs. C. Wi Simmons,

::.: '. returned from a two month's stay Graham, Miss Roberta Spicer, Miss
Augur, Emma Jane Ezelle, and meeting included Rev. Mines, Mrs.L. Secretary; and Mrs. M. A. Thomas,

\ in Los Angeles.Mr. June Hooker, Miss Beulah Guthrie, Kay and Paul Bowden. C. Miller, Miss Lois Prince, Mrs.C. Treasurer. A short business session
', Miss Lee Pridgen, Miss Marie Rob-
followed in which
plans were adopted -
W. Simmons and Mrs. Jerry
:. and Mrs. Zerney Meredithwere bins, Miss Margaret VonMach, Miss MRS. TIPPEY ENTERTAINS Cato. ( for holding a bakery sale in

business visitors in West Palm Leah Richaud, Miss Florence Gra- ALTAR SOCIETY THURSDAY Clewiston on November 23, the day

, Beach Friday. ham, Miss Elizabeth Whnn, Dick ST .MARGARET'S CHURCH before Thanksgiving. Proceeds will

Patterson, Bill Owen, Ed VonMach, A one hundred percent attend- Father Lawrence J. Fljiin, Pastor 20 to the building fund for the

Mrs. Foy Durrence spent a few J. D. Hooker, Junior Waters, Louis ance' marked the meeting of the <- church. Delightful refreshments

".. days in Fort Myers this week visit- Leiter and Jimmy Holland. Altar' Society of St. Margaret's Sunday morning Mass at eight' were served by the hostess. The

Ing Mr., and Mrs. D. O. Durrence. Church which was entertained o'clock here in Saint Margaret's, next meeting will be with Mrs. M.

PREWITTS ENTERTAIN WITH Thursday afternoon by Mrs. J. F. and at ten thirty in Saint Mary's A. Thomas on December 13. Those

C. E. Miner and W. S. Bowden I BRIDGE, MICHIGAN PARTY Tippey at her apartment in the Church, Pahokee. present were: Mrs. A. R. Broad-

.",...,. motored to Sebring on business Hopkins Building. Confessions Saturday evenings foot, Mrs. I. R. Holland, Mrs. C.

Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W' C. Prewitt en- Arrangements were completed by from seven-thirty until eightthirtyand W. Simmons, Mrs. M. A. Thomas,

f{ >"- ,, tertained! delightfully at their home the Society for sending a Christ- before Sunday Masses. At other Mrs. H. L. Davis, Mrs. Herman

; Miss Virginia Gallant of West Saturday evening with a bridge mas box of toys and clothing to times by request. Davis, Mrs. I. S. Bell, Mrs. R. J.

'.. Palm Bea'ch spent the week-end and Michigan party. Michigan prizes the Catholic Orphanage in Jackson- Religious Instruction Class for Blount, Mrs. W. R. Broaderick, Mrs.

S : in Clewiston visiting friends. were won by Miss Ollie Moor- ville. Mrs. George Yon, president, children Saturday morning at nine R. C. Kruger, Mrs. IL: E. Trice,

------- man and George Sparks. High Mra. E. Walker and
appointed committees to complete o'clock. After the 'regular doctrinal Rev. Mines.
...... : '; Mrs. E. C. Mills and Mrs. W. W. prizes at bridge went to Mrs. E. plans for a benefit card party to period the pastor will give
':;. <.:'': Perry spent Tuesday in Fort My- L. Stewart and H. A. Bestor with
.,, .. _:" be held early in December. Other another in a series of talks entitled WORK STARTED TUESDAY ON1
>;- 1 ers. Mrs. F. M. Wright and M. M.
routine business was transacted. "Right Living." This talk will deal

\ :".: Prewitt winning second prizes. Mrs. Attending were Mrs. Harry T. with the subject "Truthfulness in
;: .: Mr. and Mrs C. J. Lovvorn were H. A. Bestor won the cut prize. Work was started Tuesday morn
Vaughn, Mrs. George A. Yon, Mrs. All Things."
business visitors in West Palm ing on the livestock and vegetable
: The guest list included Mr. and
H. J. Oglesby, Mrs. B. A. Bourne, The Altar Boys' Society meets
Beach Wednesday. Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mr. and Mrs. Besto-t market In LaBelle with twenty
Mrs. H. A. Mrs. E. P. immediately after the Religious InStruction -
" : H.. J. B. Scharnberg, Mr. and Mrs. Mutrux, Mrs. M. VonMach, Mrs.J. Class. men busy clearing and filling the
, -. Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff returned O. A. grounds preparatory to putting in
Jones, Mrs. B. A. Bourne, F. Tippey, Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Choir practice every Thursday
Friday from a visit with her mother the concrete foundations for the
.. Mr andMrs.. H. A. Bestor, Mr. Mrs. Zerney Meredith and FatherL. evening at seven-thirty, Mrs.
:. ': ,- Mrs. JoAnna Johnson in Okee- and Mrs. J. W Francis, Mr. and J. Flynn. heds.
Bourne organist. The members will
.< 2':; 5 :. '. chobee. Mrs R. Y. Patterson, Dr. and Mrs. The work will be all WPA labor
-5- attend regularly to practicefor
-: O. F. Schiffli please and supervision and is being sponsored
Mr. and Mrs. W. C.
the music of Mass
: "" : Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and Dick Midnight- by the State Agricultural
'. Owen, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wright, MRS. HERMAN SCHARNCtERG Christmas.
.1.-. -. "" Patterson left yesterday to spend Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mr. and Marketing Board
On the of each
'second Thursday
Armistice week-end in Gainesville Mrs. J. D. Bruce Miss
; Mrs. Herman Scharnberg enter-
' month at eight-fifteen in the evening -
.' with Bob Patterson. Gallant, Mr. and Mrs. George W. tained the Ladies Aid Society .f the study club meets to discuss Notice! Home Owners
Sparks Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kol-
the Community Church at her various phases of Catholic doc-
;:-, Dill Hancock, of Myakka City,
stad, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt
home Thursday afternoon. The hourof ritual and Catholic Action.To .
, .. ; trine, DOORS
has arrived to reside in Clewiston.
PLUMBING. Sash Lumber.All .
Mr. and Mrs E. L. Stewart, Miss
, the meeting was moved forwardto invited
these meetings are cordially -
He is employed by the Clewiston sizes. Stock:
Ollie Moorman, Mr. and Mrs. M. 2:30 in order that the ,meeting any of our Non-Catholic We have just purchased all materials

)". Motor Company. W. Bigg and Jay W. Moran. might be concluded in time for neighbors who are interested in from Dork's Hotel-Bath Tubs, Sinks.
.., TOILETS DOORS AT lowest prices.
'; Mr. and Mrs S. L. Crochet members to attend the high school learning ,about the Catholic chuch.ext. Pedestal I..avoratorles-Bullt-In Tubs:
- .AFTERNOON BRIDGE) CLUB football Medicine Cabinets Toilet Seats, $1.25.
game. Sunday is Holy Name Sun-
\. moved the'first'of the week into MJET :Kitchen dramboard sinks, cabinets.
Mrs. W. B. Cate presided at the
|r their new home at Crescent Drive' day, the day dedicated to the Holy French windows and doors.
I business session; which was .concerned Name of Jesus, and the men of Screen doors, Metal lath.
r 5: and Date Street. Mrs. G. B. Thomas CEMENT, 65c, 5-Gal. coating 199.
won a pairof mainly with the annual and
the parish attend receive Holy
-,: Lumber, 2 x 6. 2 x 8, 2 x 10 $20.
}. book-ends as high prize at the bazaar and food sale of the so-
,," Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Miss Ollie Communion in a body. The pur- FLOORING, Ceiling, Sheeting Siding.
Wednesday Afternoon Bridge Club ciety. The first week in Decemberwas of the Holy Name Society is Lime Ply or Presswood. Wallboard
..;: Moorman, Jack Moorman and Con- which met with Mrs. Keathley Bow- pose 4c; Celotexr Plasterboard, Steeltex,
::'; =- .'"' '.-/ nie Clark motored to West Palm decided upon but a committee to teach reverence for the Name of Galvanized and Asbestos roof shingles
:" den as hostess this week. A desk will announce definite date and the BARnETT Roofing & Asphalts.'
God and to pledge against use
'F/ .::/ \ Beach Tuesday. set, as cut prize, was won by Mrs.I. place at a later time. A food sale of cursing and profanity. Ladders Hardware,Screen Aluminum and Fence Paint Wire$2.49

M. Pafford and chenille wash and will be 'held in con- Paint Devoe floor
: supper Weekday Mass is celebrated ev- $1.25 paint $1.73 gal.
lIrs.R.. L. Guthrie and Mrs. Dan
,(i\\:. cloths, as low prize went to Mrs.D. nection with the bazaar. at seven-thirty o'clock. Washable Water Paint. 79c can Varnish -
: Allen motored to Delray Beach ery morning Enamel
, .;: yes- G. Alston. $1.95. W gal. 99c. Brushes -
.;: : terday to take Mrs. Gilbert Davis, Attending Thursday's meetingwere Evening _devotions in honor of Paint Oil 90c: S. Turpentine, 39c
,Pumpkin pie with whipped cream Mrs. W. B. Cate, Mrs H. will Gal
of Perpetual, Help
c:. : ',, who has spent several days here NATIONAL BUILDERS SUPPLY CO.
and coffee was served by Mrs. R. Hall Mrs. W H. Lanier, Mrs.
\,::..":, with relatives., begin the First Friday in November. N. Dixie md 10th St. Phone 8000
Bowden to Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mis. Maud Hare, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, These devotions will consist of pray- 2 Warehouses, New, Used MaterialWe

: ,:.::: Mrs. C. W. Simmons, Mrs. L. C. ers to our. Blessed Lady, 'ES'r 1'AUM BEACH, FLORIDA
' ... .. ., Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mis. 1.,1\1., Paf- son, Mrs. J. D. Bruce, Mrs. W. W. the choir, and Benediction of the
Miss Lois Prince and Rev.
\ Miller
: ,
ford, Mrs. W.' H. Lanier, and Mrs.G. Perry, Mrs. J. G. Niblack, Mrs. M. Most Blessed Sacranawrt.COMMUNITY -
Marshall Mines were: in Pahokee
::.Ji': :
B. Thomas.
J. Hirsch, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson,
1<' ':- Monday attending a Baptist Asso- _
;''i-: ;. Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. O. A. CHURCH not only[ SAFE
: :
for ,:; ; ciation meeting.
r Jones, Mrs. B. P. Luce Rojal Palm, Avenue
rJf{ >, ,
CELEBRATES 8TH BIRTHDAY C. Mills. Forest C. 'ra'lol'Unibter.:: .
\: :
I: : :.,:(.:., : from New Orleans where he attend-
I :":, ,.$!;., Mary Catherine! Dyess celebratedher Next Sunday morning Coach

<;;:< :J.'."''i"T'_; ed the sixth Society congress of Sugar of the International Cane- eighth birthday with a partyat I IIIllllmlllllllm111ImiIlmm! li I !!!! Illli! Wllllllllllllmlllm f I i JIIg' la- Wakefield and his football squad

her home Monday afternoon. IChurches will be special guests'of the '''Com-
Technologists. Dr. Bourne presented -
Invited were Carline and Bobby
; two scientific papers to the munity. N
Berner, Jo Ann Crouch, Jeanette for the
The church program
a of scientists. rV
Dobbins, A. D. Dobbins, Cliffordand Fi; week is as follows:

k. Lionel Beatty, Grace Ward, Sunday morning worship and sermon -

: HELD :MEETING: THURSDAY Margie Beverly Allen Ann ,Carlton Heather, Mamie Guthrie John-, LIII1lmiillmim V I : r lll I il 1 6 I I liliill! I mllmd f l! by the minister at eleven o'-
for the football but PROFITABLE
-.... clock. Special sermon
son, Doris Simmons, Beverly Pre- FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH The choir will furnish
:> .
: Circle Number Two met Thursday -
vatt and Barbara Bruce. Marshall Mines Pastor.
: of appropriate
: Iof. ;., afternoon at three-thirty at cream a program CT"here are several safe places for
Ice and cookies.
were meet-
;i.t j the home of Mrs. E. M. Cornette, '* Senior Christian Endeavor' your savings...in a safe depositbox
... served to the little guests after a \ "The Church of Friendly Distinction evening at six.
: .'.ti'. who was selected as temporary ing Sunday in government bonds, invested
afternoon of
): pleasant games. Choir rehearsals on Monday and here etc. The principal differenceis
! :- ; .. chairman. A hymn was sungand ,
" -(>::.. Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, President of Services every Sunday: Thursday evenings. ; that HERE your savings earn a
P.-T. A. TO MEET Sunday School, 9:45 a. m., B. Junior Christian Endeavor Tues-
the Missionary Society read the generous profit for you... because
.. Scripture after which Rev. Mines <- E. Herring, Supt. day afternoon at threethirty.The they work constantly! and profitably,
The November meeting of the 11:00. Ser
Morning Worship : Everglades Young People'-o
;: led in prayer. Following these devotionals amply secured by many homes.
; Parent-Teachers Association will mon by the Pastor. Union will meet with the young
the officers
be held in the school building at B. Y. P. U. 6:15 p. m., V. C. people of the Community Churchon
elected Co-Chairman, Mrs.
were : j' 3:30 Tuesday afternoon. Reports oJ Woodward, Director. Tuesday evening. All young peo- Clewiston Federal
E. L. Hays Secretary, Mrs. Roy
: ; delegates to the State Congress will 1 Evening Preaching 7:30 p. m. ple are invited to be present.A .

- 55 Alston Wheeles.; and Treasurer, Mrs. W T. be given at that time. ... Sermon by the Pastor. cordial invitation is extended Savings and Loan

Midweek Service Wednesday I community
every to the people of this
Plans ,discussed and adopted -
MRS. GUTHRIE HONORS at 7:30 p. m. to worship in the Community
I AssociationMEN
for the holding of a bakery sale
DAUGHTER WITH PARTY The public is cordially invitedto Church.
on the day before Thanksgiving I
attend all our services.
!:c which Is Wednesday, November 23.1 Mrs. Harvey Guthrie entertained

I'k5 ;7'- Several other matters were dIs- a group of children at her home Sermon Topics for Sunday: 1. :..:...1..:..:..:..:..:..:...:...;....1/.....;....;..;..;...;..;...;.... ;....;..1.........,.......1....1......1...:1.N.u.u.u.u.NNN 1 1...-.._-...-.1.N 1...-1.N.1 N.H.N.1 N 1 N 1.N 1 N 1/H M...N.:... q

cussed and the meeting adjournedwith Friday afternoon, honoring th Morning, "Bubbling Springs;" ev- ?

refreshments served by the third birthday of her daughter, ening, "Losing to Find." y hY
1 hostess. Heather.Ice Special music for Sunday evening -

. ,Those present were: Mrs. E. M. cream and cake were servec includes a choir hymn "Lead t

Cornette, Mrs. E. L. Hays, Mrs. L. and favors of individual candie:s Me Savior" by Frank M. Davis t Good t tx.
: Credit Is _
I C. Miller, Mrs. C. Nelson, Mrs. W. were given the little guests. Thos and a solo by Paul Boe of Moore :

T. Wheeles, Mrs. M. G. Mines, Mis. attending this delightful part:y Haven, "Why' Should He Love Me x

. : ". R. Broadfoot and Rev. Mines. were: So?" by Robert Haikness. Everyone ::: Wear a NEW Tailored Individual *

1 Mr. E. E. Mines, mother of the Betty Carol and Bevoly Flaniken, is invited to both services.
While You Pay :;:
pastor, was a guest. The next Emma Jane Ezelle, Don Terrell Choir rehearses on Tuesday ev- :: Measure Suit

meeting will be held at. the homeof Carol Augur, Mary Kay Pafford, ening and everyone who enjoyssinging

Mrs E. L. Hays on December Ronald Hare, Sharon Crochet, Mar- is invited to attend. :: A postcard will bring the Lake's Old :?=:

13th, gle Allen, Catherine DyebS, Mar;y Midweek service on Wednesday *: Dependable Tailor Representative *

Louise Lyles, Linda Lee, Beryl an,.1 at 7:30. We continue the study of y
MISS DOTY CELEBRATES Sandra Prevatt Sharon Underhill 1 Revelation
1 SIXTEENTH BIRTHDAY Beverly Prevatt, Beverly Carlton, November 16, 17 and 18 are dates ::=: CHAS. LEAR x::

Blllie Blount, Sue Cornette, Eddi,e for meetings of Miami Baptist Association s.

FI Miss Maxine Doty entertainedwith Jo Davis, Claire Jones, Georgi;a. of churches in First Baptist :i: Box 508 Clewiston, Fla. '

a party at the home of her Anne Sifgg's, John Perry and Sbai'I Church, Miami, Clewiston Bap.

parents, Mr; and Mri, John Hi t. U\1, .. ..'. tliti !Ari cordially lavittd to at t 1i itt1ttffft1ft.t9- 'ac
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L- Those Dear Gals
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The girl who speaks volumes

usually ends up, on the shelf. .. ,., '
_ MAIDEN FFFOIT / Winter is here when the girls '.
put on an extra coat of powder. '

A sophisticated girl is one

... AUTHOR, OF who knows how to refuse a kiss ".
ADAMS without being deprived of it. .
i By 'IT HAPPENEDONE The girl who wants to be a :"

dress designer has to learn ,.
more and more about less and '.

Fairy tale: Once there was a .,.

for a couple of months, by orders.As mitments of lovelorn ex-maidens? waste basket. Thence, on his clean woman who laughed at herhusband's "( '-

my naturally active intellect has He's got to come before this court ing rounds, Glunk rescued her, and jokes. .,
Kelsey Hare. young architect convalescing to have something to bite on, I've with clean hands. And I've got to set her on the mantel. His new boss A judge recently told a woman '' "
from a breakdown. meets Martin Holmes. decided to go in for literary specu- have full control of him from now caught him at it. to speak just as if she were X;"
Moldavia.struggling NY.author.Caught In a storm In a downpour on a lake near they lation." He tapped the manuscript."I'm on." "Do you like that picture, at home. The case is still pro- '

seek shelter at Holmes' estate. Holmes- buying." "He's all yours. I resign any i Glunk?" ceeding. "
holm."of which Its owner's by Its air financial of decay embarrass gives evidence "You've bought. Hand over the right, title or claim on him. My "Urgck." '

ment. Kelsey suggests renting a room and nickel." word is my bond that I'll never ad- "Why?" .
settles down there.CHAPTER. "No;'I'm serious. I'm buying, for mit to any connection with such aperson.Too "Nice gal."
five hundred dollars." bad we can't find that "My information points in quite Free-Hand Embroidery
IContinued2 "You're crazy." autobiographical skit of mine, another direction. However, leave Design Is Fun to Do ..
"All right. ,I'm crazy. But my though. Very spirited. I've got her. She can stay there as longas
check isn't." to pack. Hi! You!" she doesn't interfere with my
For answer Holmes snatched up a Here is another free-hand em-
"You offer_ to pay me five hun- Responsive to this summons, a work.
magazine and hurled it at his interrupter's dred dollars for this thing? Say it creature ,swarthy, squat, and hairy In his fresh absorption, the new- broidery design that should be as
head. It was neatly born much fun as those in our book.
Holmes' combi-
again. appeared. Templeton Sayles forgot her
caught. "Read the inside cover. "Five bun"Never -" nation cook, valet, maid, gardener, as completely as he had the night This attractive border is suggested -
The advertisement indicated set mind. I'm convinced.What's and man-of-all-work had been acquired letter which she now completely here for a bed jacket. You
forth that Purity Pictures, Inc., was will have no difficulty in finding a
do line. His concealed.
I in your mind to now? from a bread name
r.eeking Undeveloped Genius to I pattern for a jacket as they are
little Glunk. His
"Well, I can see quite a was approximately nationality -
match the Undiscovered Beauty work to be done on it." conjectured to be Pat- CHAPTER II quite the thing to wear over
which another of its Nation-Wide sleeveless nighties. Your free- ,
"Rewrite me, huh? The author agonian because, as employer '
Contests expected to reveal. hand border will dress it for a
was laughed shortly. "You can't hurt pointed out, nothing less was compatible Elsewhere on the map that same up
The two when found would be unit- Christmas gift.!
with the essential improbability
'elings. picture was making plenty of trOUt
ed in one of Purity Picture's Un- my"There's another point. Most of of his personality. ble for three people. 'If the jacket is pale pink, the
paralleled Productions. To this end rows of running stitches might be
the action is local." "Listen you." Holmes addressedI Above: the breakfast table where
A. Leon Snydacker, President of in several tones of rose. The cross .

$15,000 Purity Pictures for the best Inc.novel, would, suitableto pay 1r&:::::::1r"' ':.W{ :?;r { .'; t2f; ; :t=\>;:>>;{r; : :: :Y-7 >"w { ;' ; ';;:'':';;i:1iW"( )t;} .?:;;t;?!:'J? :ff:: : : tlt stitches could be. in deep rose and -'

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picturization, by a hitherto un- 'ii' II )( I' ).It. -
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published author, and the prospec- I'll' ,0' .t. .. I' .f. -;;;:".. '
tive Queen of American Beauty "I' ,. X II x B- I TJI
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would be starred in it. 'X .e. II ...
"That's one of the Undiscovered ,. y ,::, :. 'i', X't 1)( '\ : .
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Beauties, snarled Holmes. "She i, I" .,.
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wins. I lose." 4 :: ) < / 'I,' '" -. .,
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"Meaning that you entered that : >'7 T : 'II",,;, .,--:.---:-: "
mug of yours in the contest?" 4 'I,

"No, "you fishcake. I sent in a _:: ;: ? : ; :l lgii: f' :=
story for the $15,000 prize. It was __ :

my magnum opus, rewritten to suit :
movie requirements. And what hap- : : :
pens? Back it comes and socks me : rr

in the jaw." He made a furious gesture -

toward an envelope, bulging '
fatly on the mantel. Kelsey's glance turquoise blue to simulate flowers -

followed. The long and short stitches, '

"But you haven't opened it." shown at A and B, should then

"I can smell a rejection slip be done in 'apple 'green. Lines ,

through a stone wall. Open it, your- may be drawn with a ruler as a ,
self, if you don't believe me." guide to keep the rows straight,
Kelsey did so. A pink paper fell and evenly spaced dots may be
out. 'The reading'jury regrets to / I (7 made to indicate the cross stitches

report,' he began- beginning the spacing at the cor- ,
"What did I tell you!" gruntedthe ners of the design. ,'

author. Are you ready for Christmas;
His companion read the title-page. ,
birthdays; and the next church '
'Love Beyond Sin' by Templeton bazaar? Do; you turn time into
Sayles. Is that your pseudonym?" money with things to sell? Mrs.Spears' .
"It's the I for the
one was saving
Sewing Book 2 has helped
magnum opus, was the sullen re
thousands of women. If your home '

ply."So is your hobby you will also want '
this is Maggie the Ope, is
Book SEWING for the Home
Decorator. Order by number, en- :
"It is not. It's Maggie the Ope's "It's natural enough that the papers should like to get her picture," granted Mr. Van Stratten. I closing 25 cents for each book. If
slightly illegitimate offspring, Flos-
sie the Flop." "Correct. Laid right here in the I "I leave tomorrow for a couple sat the trio, brooded the silence of you order both books, a leaflet on

"It's a swell. title,. anyway," Kel- Finger Lakes district." of months. Understand?" overnight dissension."It quilts with 36 authentic stitches '
included free. Address -.
will be
sey opined. 'Love Beyond Sin.' "I feel that I can work better I "Urgck." was a mistake to let her go," .
What does it mean?" right here on the spot." I "Good lad. Mr. Hare-I mean Mr. boomed Mr. Robert Van Stratten."It Mrs. Spears, 210 S. Desplaines St., /

"It doesn't mean anything," said "That's reasonable." Templeton Sayles, here is your boss was," agreed his wife. She Chicago, Ill.IWORLD'S. 't'

the author drearily. "It's a movie "So I'll give you another hundredfor till Icome, back. Get it?" gloomed at their niece with eyes as -
title." the rent of the house. But 'I "Urgck." faded as the hangings in the stiff
"Correct. Pack things." and shabby old room of what had ,:.' :
The other dropped into a chair don't want you around. You're too my
and began to read. noisy. And too nervous." "Just a second- ,"" expostulated the once been Cuylerville's most famous LARGEST 10' (
"You've got plenty of action Holmes cackled. "All right, old tenant. "How am I going to know mansion. "

here." bean. Rub it in. I can stand it.; what he means?" "I had a grand time," said the SELLER AT ::,:

{ ,"Action, mystery, threat, suspense You'couldn't hold me with a' log- "That's easy. Whatever he says girl.
sex, local color, blood, surprise chain, anyway. I'm off for the deep always means 'yes' until he says "And spent all your money," add- I *'i

sentiment, mother-love, bunk, blue sea and way stations by the something else. You'll be a coupleof ed Mrs. Van Stratten.
tripe and ollagawallah." first boat, which ought to be about pals in no time. I'm off by the "And what have you got to show

"You certainly can ladle it out!" tomorrow. Mind you, about that late train. ,Heaven send you luck for it?" argued Mr. Van Stratten

commented his admiring reader. story: you're buying a stoomer. I with Flossie the Flop. And don'tdo severely."A Dare to Choose :':\'. '

"How about this? 'Featherston fixed may never again be able to look anything that Templeton Sayles lot of clothes of the kind I've For all may have, if they dare :;.. .

her with his coolest stare. "I know I you square in your sweet and sim- would be ashamed of." been dying for." choose, a glorious life or grave.- '- ::-.:

all about women," said he and his I pIe-minded face, but I'm just too Thus began Kelscy Hare's new "And your name in the New York George Herbert. Yo": ,

;voice rang like a bugle, bearing tired to resist your subtle tempta- life as an author. All adult per- papers. I should think you mightat "
challenge and reproof.' Say, Mart, tions. You've bought something." sons with enough education to read least try to keep out of print "

how do you get reproof out of a "I think answered and write cherish the ineradicable after that disgraceful college epi-
so, Kelsey I
bugle?" contentedly. belief that they can write fiction. sode last year. /
"Don't read that foosh to me," I IuYou've Contemplating the manuscript of "Cheap and vulgar 'exhibition-
yelled its author. bought a whole bag of. "Love Beyond Sin," the new Tem- ism," mumbled the husband. The Gas BloatingIf (
"All right. I'll read it to myself. tricks. Not only several pounds of pleton Sayles decided that he mightas Van Strattens cherished a profound

1 think I'll read all of it." typewritten glub, but a name and well carry out the bluff he had aversion to all publicity."It your GAS BLOATING 1. caused by '': '':'
personality to go with it. Templeton constipation don't expect to get the relie.! you
wasn't fault.
"Then you're a hog for punish- made to the real author and have a my seek by just doctoring your:: stomach what
ment. Better chuck it into the fire." Sayles, seignior of the magnificent crack at it. "And now you wish to adopt the you need. ill tho DOUBLE ACTION of "
estate of Holmesholm. That's Adlenks. This 35-year-old remedy la BOTH
"Aren't going to sell it I most vulgar and public of all pro-
you some- The first reminder of his altered carminative and cathartic. Carminatives
where else?" you, my lad, till further notice. the fessions, the stage," said her aunt. that warm end soothe the stomach and expel ,"
Exit Mr. Kelsey Hare, rich and once personality came on morning GAS. Cathartics that act quickly and gently,
"Where? I'd take a plugged nickel following his friend's departure, in "Only as a costume ,designer. I've clearing tho bowels of wastes that may have
respectable architect. Enter
for it this minute." young got to do something to support my- caused GAS BLOATING, headaches indigestion
the form of a night-letter addressed
Templeton Sayles, and believe mehe's eour etomach and ncrvo pressure for
"Haven't got one on me at the to live to. "Templeton Sayles, Esq., Moldavia, self. month Adlenka: does not gripe-is not
moment. But I'll consider personage up "We are not exactly paupers," habit forming. Adlenka acts on the stomach .
your prop N. Y. Hoping to hear from Holmesin relieves STOMACH
Wait a minute. I got up a character and BOTH bowels. It
osition." New York'and get some addressto stated her uncle stiffly. GAS almost at once,nnd often removes bowel .
"Consider it out in the barn sketch of my other self to go "No-o-o. But I know you're hard wastes IB less than two hours. Adlenka has
will he could forward the
with the manuscript in case it was which mes- been recommended by many doctors for 30years. ';:
you, Kelse?" He adjusted his ma- accepted. That was a condition of sage, he stuck it upon the mantel, up, Uncle Rob. It isn't" fair for me Get the genuine Adlenka today. '- :''
SoU at aU drug itortt
chine. to be living on you.
the contest. I made Templeton outa unopened. When no such Information -
Bearing his burden through the devil of a feller. It ought to be arrived, he forgot all about it. "Since we are your legal guardians -
rain, the guest settled down to se-, it is perfectly proper that you WNU-7 45-38
in the manuscript somewhere. No? An envelope similarly addressed,
with We
rious perusal. It was pretty awful, should be living us. ask
Too bad. It might have helped which arrived on the second morn-
you behave with Live
he decided. Yetthrough the murk only that you reason- Good Thoughts
to a fuller realization of who you ing, he did open, since it was in discretion and abstain from in- if
and fume of hifalutin verbiage there able Good thoughts, even they are
thrust the structure of an authentic are. Martin Holmes' own handwriting. volving our name in distasteful pub forgotten, do not perish.-Publil-
and lively, if somewhat threadbare "Maybe you modeled him on the Within was the newspaper photo- licity, such as last week's. One ius Syrus.
of story Maiden Featherston. of the girl whom they had
plot.It. hero your graph hardly supposes that you were
was mid-afternoon when Kelsey There's a chap! I can fairlysee discussed, with a typed inscriptionacross forced to have your picture in the

trotted back to the house with Flos- him in a noble pose, bugling it: group of typical deb beauties, 'endorsing SMALL SIZE LARGE SIZE
sie the Flop beneath his arm. forth his battle-cry: 'I know all "Miss Adelina Ashcan, K. M., a new kind of digestive tab- 60c $1.20
"Loud cries of 'Author 1 Author!l' about women.' That flu attack left the Park Avenue debutter. For let. 'Typical deb beauties!I' Mrs.

said he."Have. me with a sort of low and melan- inspiration in your monumentalwork. Van Stratten repeated the injurious

I at last found my Public?" cholic opinion of myself. I need a I don't need her any longer.M. newspaper phrase with a snort.
demanded Holmes satirically."I've new character to build up my self- H. "And in a New York paper." As RA O '
read it all. And I really esteem and Featherston's the lad "P. S. In case of visitors, of if that magnified the offense. Brings Blessed Relief

think you've got something." for me." which you are likely to have some, "Oh, well, my dear; it's natural from aches and pains of
The author regarded him with affectionate "0. K. You've bought him, too, don't let them scare you out of enough that the papers should like RHEUMATISMNEURITIS

pity. "Then all I have to Mr. Templeton Sayles." your character." to get her picture," granted Mr. and LUMBAGO \

say is that as an editorial reader ,"About Sayles, now. You haven't Van Stratten. ,"The child isn't bad- Try bettl .. Why Suffer?
you're a rising young architect. left any loose ends of- him dangling The new-fledged Templeton Sayles ,looking. after all." 'AT ALL.GOOD.DRUG: STORES_
"Nuts to architecture! I'm off it' around, have you? Any secret com dropped the pictured girl into the (TO BE CONTINUED)


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lf Western Judge Swore

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story of the "wild and woolly

miie West" of days gone by is told by

Col. A..A. Anderson, artist, sports-
man and head of the Yellowstone
She's Not the Same
i forest, reserve, in his book, "Ex-
I met girl who
Zoole-Today a
periences and Impressions. Once
had never been kissed. I Snoopie l MCopjrtshf. he attended a local trial held in
Kulper-I would like to meet c- -
her. the judge's home in a log cabinin
the Wyoming mountains. The
Zoole-You're too late now.
r--1 ,-, judge, after having leafed over
the statute books of Wyoming, told
A bachelor is a man who has
the jury to hold their
up right
made up his mind that he can'tmake
hands. He then proceeded to -
his mind.
up swear them in. But just as he had

finished, he looked again in the
First Requisite
statute books and said:
Butcher Pryce-Round steak,
Madam? "By Jupiter, I swore the wrong
swore. I will have to
swore you
Mrs. Noowedd The shapedoesn't
matter, just so it's tender. again-Kansas! City 'Star.

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