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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 27, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
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Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 14; IMBIBER 42 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1940 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR



NEW OFFICE SERVED Fine String Of Bass BITTING CONSIDERS New Home Started NEW COURSES ARE


Landed This MorningOne Here By M. C. Doke "

: BY LATEST TYPE OFAIRCONDITIONING SHIP-BUILDING AT ADDED TO SCHOOLCURRICULUM

of the nicest strings of bass
J. F. Tippey began Wednesdaythe
brought in here for some time was
PENSACOLA SITEClarence
construction of a new home
I displayed this morning in front of HERE
for Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Doke which
the Clewiston Inn by George Pome-
will. be located in the west side

Members of the office force of roy, Allis-Chalmers representative, R. Bitting, president of of town on lots 22 and 23 of block '
and Martin Timberlake clerk at Principal R. W. Turk stated this .
;
Y the United States Sugar Corporation the United States ,Sugar Corporation : 207. The home will front on
',,, the Inn, who caught them In a week that word had been received
and visitors to the new offices while en route to Clewistonlast Arcade Avenue with Osceola on the
few hours fishing the lake from State Superintendent of
on
will be cooled in summer. and kept week to discuss arrangements east side.
from Johnson's Camp. Schools, Colin English, that the
warm in winter by the very latest for the opening of the 1940-41 sug- The home will be one of the law passed by'the '
There were nineteen bass 'on the 1935 session of ;
type of air-conditioning equipment ar season stopped in Pensacoia to nicest built here in recent months the Florida
string, three of which weighed Legislature which re
which was put into use at first and'the investigate the possibilities of openIng and will cost approximately $5,000.It stricted faculty '.-'
over five pounds largest any member to
occupancy of the new building. a shipbuilding plant theie, ac- will have six rooms and porte teaching not
weighing five and a half. The 4 more than five classes
The process consists of cooling cording to an Associated Press dispatch cochere, will be of frame' construc- and classes with less
entire string weighed fifty-nine than eight'pupils
water in much the same fashionas 1 last Monday.Mr. tion with re-sawn siding and an had been
pounds.A rescinded and that
is used In your electric refrigerator number of pictures were taken : Bitting is said to have stated I interior of wormy, maple. Founda- this ruling had permitted certain
at home, pumping it from the, 1 tion will be of concrete
pier
against the Inn as a back-ground that there were many factors Involved con- courses to be added in the Clewis-
compressor room of the garage and that he would not struction and roof of asbestos ton school which
which should give some nice views could not other-
building into the main office build: for publicizing the excellent black reach any decision until he had shingles. Overall dimensions are. S8 wise have been taught.
'. ing to a set of coils just under conferred with his brother, WilliamT. I feet by 55 feet. .
bass fishing in this section.
., the roof. Huge fans
coils blow the cool air to all ruling was a
partsof they had an opportunity to study poor one from
the building. The building demands Florida Sugar Quota engineer reports on a survey made Two Bus Lines the educator's standpoint and par- ;

eight thousand cubic feet May Be Up For DebateIn of the inactive Pensacoia Shipbuilding Seek Permit ForNorthSouth ticularly so in a small school ..
,of air and the system draws In site. where each teacher is expected to

3,000 cubic feet each minute. This RouteThe participate in some extra-curricular ri
Congress Next Week Mr. Bitting was quoted as saying
makes a complete change of air in activity but that it did permit the
that he would come to Pensacoia
the building in less than every teaching of some subjects which
three minutes. In the winter time Washington, D. C., Sept. 25- only if he could see the way clear Florida Motor Lines and the were badly needed. '
toward establishment of a.permanen't Glades K.. Lines will each requesta
the electric compressors are switch- (Special-Florida's Sugar Produc-
industry. While he did not The student entering the ninth
ed off and the system connected to tion quota will again be the subjectof franchise from the Florida Rail- .
hope to operate the plaut con grade is now given his choice of
road Commission when it meets
; a boiler. Hot water is then circulated discussion next week, when I
tinuously at a peak load he said a general or academic course. The
in Miami to bus
and hot air blown throughthe Senators Charles O. Andrews'and Monday operate a
that he'would want to be, able to general course is set up for those
line Road 26 to South
building in the same manner. <; Claude Pepper appear before the over Bay, I
convert the plant to the manufacture students who are not certain of
A step-control motor. in the compressor Senate Finance Committee to close over Road 25 through Clewistonto
of some other product if ship- being able to enter college after
room controls the entire hearings in the long fight on the the LaMooreton Club, over Road
building should drop"- off.AMERICA'S graduation or those who expect to
67 Moore Haven to Lake
refrigerating process'and the action part of Florida to secure a substantial through
two take up technical work, but it does
Annie. There the diverge
routes
-
Is accelerated only as cooler air increase. give the courses
is needed. Two Westinghouse com- The hearings will be concluded the Glades K. Lines proposing required by the
state for
college entrance
pressors, one 30 h.p. and one Immediately following dispositionof DEFENSEIS 1 1 to take the route to Arcadia and cial work and commer-
agriculture. Most
25 h.p. are used and are so arranged the Excess Profits Tax Bill now thence to Tampa' and the Florida
colleges now do not
that not, all the power from pendIng, Senator Pepper said to- Motor Lines to follow their present mathematics require higher
THEME OF TALK route the ridge section. or a foreign languageas
p-. one of these compressors will be day. up an entrance requirement. The

used unless necessary and yet both Louisiana is also attempting to Considerable interest is being' academic course is set up for those
". will automatically 'go into action secure an increase and the, two taken here in the outcome. Mrs. who will
TO KIWANIS CLUBJ. definitely enter collegeand
if needed. The refrigerant circulates Louisiana senators will also be M. M. Kettner, owner and operator these will be permitted sciences,

around the water as a gas and is given an opportunity to be heard. I of the Glades K. Lines has, operated higher mathematics and a foreign

condensed into a liquid again by The contention is that only about buses in the glades from West .
language.All
M. Hoffman president'of the
cold well water which is pumped a million tons of approximately Palm Beach since the early pioneering

from a 100-foot well located under ',176,000 tons<<: of sugar consumedin Coral Gables Kiwanis Club and a days of Everglades history and parents are urged, also, to

the compressor room. Water far the United States is produced member of, the executive committeeof for several years has maintained talk over with their children the

cooler than expected was obtained from cane sugar grown in the the Dade County unit of. the excellent service between Fort matter of taking the'course in voca-

.' ..., from this well, the temperature being I'South, principally in Florida and Committee To Defend America- was Myers 'and West Palm Beach and tional agriculture. This is not a '

, : ..-\.. -about 76 dezseesr'"" -/-- ,. Louisiana, .and the,4reomplaint., ; is the guest, speaker at the weekly has ,had four: .buses a day into required course" and enrollment in'
; "
'" '. ...... \ A thermostat regulates the degree that application of the "historic meeting, of ,the \ wanis' Club 'on Clewiston frpm' 'West Palm, Beach. these classes is somewhat low at

F:'':'::''. \ of heat or cold which is desired basis" for fixing the quota bears Wednesday- evening. "His talk' was On the other hand the Florida this time. However it is not wish-

in the building and the temperature unfavorably to'cane growers, concerned with explaining the purpose Motor Lines Is one of the largest ed by the school officials that any

can be controlled with especially to Florida. Most ,Florida' of this committee and the bus lines in the country and has child enroll for this course unless

considerable accuracy. The temperature production is in the Everglades area events which caused its formation.Mr. valuable connections in other states.It definitely interested. It is also

.- in each room is also con- and large scale production has been Hoffman said that there are does' considerable advertising of pointed out that any- child 'studying

d by a room thermostat which attempted only in recent years, now operating 500 units of this the merits of communities along its agriculture should not enroll for

to allow more cool air when whereas production in Louisianaand committee in every part of the routes and the publicity which the academic course. -

Jtrll temperature starts up' or closes in the sugar beet '''growing states United States and membership Is might be secured "Clewiston. in Most high school teachers are I

temperature drops. A switch has been going on for decades, pro- growing daily. The estimated mem- this way Is'' seen as a distinct ad- now teaching seven periods each ;

r this thermostatic action in viding a "historic basis", favorableto bership in the country at this tithe vantage to those who are backing day. Courses include second year i

a-. _, the winter time. these areas, similar to that usedin is two million and the Dade County their request for ..p rmit. Spanish, three in (science, general '

Louvres in the bottom of each fixing tobacco, peanuts, cotton unit has a membership of '2,000. However, which ever way: the science, biology and chemistry,

individual office door permits the and other agricultural quotas. The movement was started by a commission decides Clewiston and commercial .subjects,_ Algebra I and

': '. unimpeded circulation of the air Senator ,Pepper said an effort small group, headed .by William the lake area will be assured 'of II, plain geometery, business and I

and grills placed, \n most cases would be made to amend the bill Allen White, well-known Kansas excellent bus service, not only from socialized general mathematics, so- :

near the ceiling: permit the bad now pending which authorizes the editor who formed the opinion, soon east to west coasts but north and cial subjects and English. I

air to be carried off and dischargedby continuance of the existing quotasfor after the outbreak of the presentwar south as well.
State required subjects are four
two thirty-six inch'fans placed another year. The amendment that England was fighting our
units of English, one of mathematics
..' in the roof of the back porch.All' would provide that where "offshore" -I I battle for us and that we should First P.-T.A. Meeting
I (algebra I or business math) one
entering the building is driedas producing areas, such as give her every aid possible.The .
unit of science
(general or biology)
it enters in the coils in the the Philippines fails to avail them-
speaker stated that he had
Last :
Held Here FridayThe two units social studies one of
ceiling and the moisture taken out, selves of their full quota, such travelled in almost every country: which must be American History .
when the air outside is humid, deficit could be made to to "
* apply of the world and that there was and civics and one unit of home
r sometimes runs a full inch stream. the newer cane growing areas. no country whose citizens had the first meeting of the Parent- economics for all girls. A foreign f

I Under the system- now in force liberty that was possessed by the Teacher Association for the current language was formerly required !

- Gaskin Holds Court the Philippines ,.are" given a quota, I people of the United States: He school 'year was held in the school but was dropped last year. Many

the first 80,000 tons areexported said that he had served in the auditorium Friday afternoon with Clewiston students have one year

Of Honor TuesdayJ. duty free to the United States. On first World War and had fourteen Mrs. R. H. Knight presiding.Miss of Spanish and no credit Is offeredfor 1 I

the. remainder of the quota a duty months of active service. Margaret Hoxey, who, recently this one year's study unless f

of $40.00 per ton is imposed. In The first aim of the committee, came from Sebring to take over taken for two years. Hence the '

A. Gaskin, scout executive of some years the Philippine growers he said, is to arouse public opiuicn the duties of nurse with the Bounty -I addition of second year Spanishthis

the Sunniland Council of Boy Scoutsof have failed to export as much as to the immediate dangers facing health unit, was scheduled to term..

America with headquarters in 35,000 tons of duty sugar. The this hemisphere and to the urgent speak on the physical examinations

Bradenton was in Clewiston Tues- Florida senators are seeking to have need of arming to the limit in every which the unit will give school I

day night to hold a' Court of Honor such deficits applied as an extension department so as to be able to children. Her talk was postponedtill Dick Owen's Letter
for: the local troop. It was his first of the quotas of the cane growing with nation combination .
cope any or a later meeting, due to an I
visit here in several months as states. A duty of $20.00 per ton of nations. The United States, he emergency which required her Published By "Time"

he has been in a reserve military is imposed on imports from Cuba, said, cannot give Great Britain any I presence elsewhere Friday after-
camp in Louisiana for sometime. while ....
Santo Domingo is on the aid that would make Germany more noon. ----

a Scout Committeeman A. W same basis 'as the Philippines, whichis antagonistic than she is at present. I Mrs. E. Of interest to everyone here is +
Mrs. appointed
Lawrence and Assistant Scout- $40.00 per ton after the first duty The Miami committee, Mr. Hoff- Knight the' letter of Dick Owen, son of

master Charles Benson acted as free tonnage. man said, has 1264 active members C. Mills, Mrs. G. T. Augur and to 1\ 'r. and Mrs. W. C. Owen, which

the other members of the court Senator Pepper said that a vigor- has distributed 42,500 piecesof Mrs. J. W. Ezelle as committee was written to the magazine "Time"to
details of the teacher'sreception
and merit badges'were awarded ous effort will be made to have literature and had been respon- arrange answer the blast of- one Emil
will be held Mon-
Bobby Broadfoot in surveying and the Finance Committee approve the sible for thirty-six radio talks aside i which in the Adlermann, appearing In that maga-
day evening, September 30th
Richard Hanna in carpentry and change suggested. In any event from numerous talks such as he zine in the letters department on

bookbinding.The I he said, it is inevitable that there was making in Clewiston at that auditorium.The September 9 issue, against the

'J meeting was held in the must be a reshuffling of the quotas time. Parent-Teachers Association British. Dick's letter was published -

.;", ; east wing of the old administration next year.. Pieces of literature were distributed voted to provide $10 with which to in this week's issue. Dick is

building which was vacated overt to all Kiwanis members at the buy sheet music for the high school a senior in Clewiston high school.
the week-end by the Clewiston P.-T.A. RECEPTION glee club. It was also decided to follows
close of the program and outlinedthe I His letter :
Realty .and' Development Corporation. following program of the com hold the annual carnival as usualon
Hallowe'en, and to follow it Sirs:
The Parent-Teacher's Associationis :
mittee,, six points in addition to
planning a reception for the the ono given above: with a dance for adults in the Who Is this so-called "American"

DK. HOFFMAN TO 1IE Clewiston school faculty membersto To awaken in the heart of'I school auditorium. German sympathizer? What we needis

IX CLEWISTON WEDNESDAYDr. be held Monday evening in the every American a true appreciation There was a general discussionof phew-Herr Adlermanns and

school auditorium. eight o'clock. (Continued on Page 8) the possibilities of obtaining fuhrer Hitlers In this world.

. E. F. Hoffman, Hendry county All patrons and friends of the federal help with the\ distribution I With best wishes for an unusually -

..I"' health officer, will, beginning school are cordially invited to at-I NEW MEMBERS OF SUGARHOUSE of free milk and school lunches speedy Emil Adlermann

:' next week, hold his usual weekly I tend. PERSONNEL to' needy children. No action was blackout! God Girdle the Qar-

;.; "I clinic at LaBelle every Monday n t taken until further details are licky Germans!

4 : oJ:'.' 1:00 p. m., and at Clewiston every Motorists are cautioned that their Frank W. Mueller has been en- learned.
<:! :; Wednesday Dick Owen,
; afternoon beginning at state drivers licenses expire on Oct. gaged by the United States Sugar Principal R. W. Turk made a
: 't .i :" 1:00 p.m. 1. All must be renewed and be Clewiston, Florida.
'..-. may Corporation as fabrication foremanat short talk and introduced the two
I: George Warren, sanitary office r secured from local county judges' the sugar house to succeed F. new teachers-Joel Keene, agricul- The editors of Time had the t

1 '..: with the health unit, will spend offices. The money collected from W. Uellendahl who' recently resigned. ture teacher and Miss Lucy Humble, following comment: "Herr Adler-

i, Tuesday from 1:00 p. m. at La- the sale of such licenses goes for Another new member of the .science and mathematics teacher. mann's blast against the BritIshmoved

Belle and Thursday from 1:00 p. m. the maintenance of the State High- personnel is H. A. W. Hedke, elec- There was a splendid attendanceat some .40 Time readers to

at Clewisto, -- -..- way Patrol, trician. the meeting _. reply. Two agreed :with him.1J' : t


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fr. I f --- THE CHEERFUL CHERUb

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Gems of ThoughtIT .

. Perh .ps we t.11 could do
f HAS been well said that,
thil\g ,
the man who is wrapped up grei.t
in himself is carrying a small And rbe. to lofty.

package.: A shriveled life and D. t"t..tiot\
h PRaE EN
'. pinched soul are all it holds. (
a
IK'AU Srhrrrl .) IF we. could} just
Yes, "Do no eiif; that is under.
stood; now learn the harder, brat'crrule Word JugglersEly Washington, D. C. t.)1T'\ihiltte,
"Do good Culbertson: "A 29 Our dubious

Love is strong as death; jealousy Prince Charming often DEFENSE JAM-BUSTER rehtior 5 -
/ is cruel as the grave. se Donald Nelson, for many years ,
. tween a man and a woman; 1 R.1'CAltnWNU : d .
Song of Solomon. yardstick a woman picks up by executive of the Sears, Roebuck ahQ )

Life is a schoolroom, not a childhood and with which mail-order house, now has become '

playground.Anon.The her husband" ,. Jan one of the chief log-jam busters of

f conscious utterance thought, her book, "Mrs. 'Miniver": national defense. Officially J his job

by speech or action, to any end, is cannot successfully navigate) : is director of procurement for the 00 ; 1
art.- mason. ture unless you keep always Luke United States treasury in other

A clear conscience is a coat beside it a small clear image words, in charge of government pur-

:" of mail.-Old Proverb. past" R. Roelofs .' chases. .
Service.Powerful
straight line is the shortest Recently the navy departmentsent
4 between two points but it a very important order to Beth-

interesting angles" -Is lehem Steel corporation with a pref-
Motifs for for a-Hitler's office wall erence number to expedite it for the RulersThe
Pleasing I and Your Life: this earliest possible delivery. The next

make friends but only ex- day word came back from Bethle-
Pot and Pan Holders
most powerful ruling family
make allies" "A man one hem: "Sorry, but you will have to
la wait." 1n history is believed to have been
himself a throne of bayonets, the Hapsburgs declares Collier's.Not .
,
of
cannot sit it." For some unexplained reason the
on said only did it reign for almost
navy nothing to the defense
of commission about Bethlehem's delay 19 generations, but its branches
Story TellersA ) > even though the commission has spread and prospered in virtually Y
letter from a Britisher the to every European country. For ex-
In-
power compel compliance.
.,' small son refugee-ed to the stead the navy tried to handle the ample, Archduke Francis Ferdi-
,will break the hearts of is in situation itself. But after two weeksof nand, who died in 1914, had 2,047

"","' read it. In Good which unsuccessful effort, the navy final- known ancestors, including 1,486
The price of trying to be ly went to Nelson, who in additionto Germans, 196 Italians, 124 Frenchmen -
American is listed,by Dale is a his procurement duties aids the 89 Spaniards, 52 Poles, 47
in "The American Fascists" defense commission. Danes and 20 Englishmen.Delicious .. j
er's). He cites the shameful ) is Nelson reached
for
a telephone,
that in New 'York only 106 to be called Walter Tower, secretary of I II I

were prosecuted in 1939- nei- the American Iron and Steel insti-
who were fighting them! tute and said "I '- J
hope we don't have for
mags are now covering the scat- to get tough, but when an order I
ground of dictator stooges does out OUtIf1gSsaveshoursof i :'
goes marked 'expedite, it
I
U. S. and others on the he
Transfer Z8976 means just that. I want immediate preparation ; ; ; nourishing ; ; 3 I
Most of the data isn't new, him- action that I
on order. I
our first fall ,needlework, must never stop being of Twenty minutes later, Eugene economical ; ; ; order today) I

FOR could be more appropriate best way to put them on Grace, potent boss of Bethlehem, from your grocer: I 1
is to them in the spotlight.Headliners
than making some new pan put that personally telephoned Nelson and

holders? Gay flower faces,' hen assured him it was all a mistake.

and rooster, Toby jugs and a par- i

rot handle holder, etc. Why, even Bob Hope's eyebrow-lifter: in F. D. R. AND ARGENTINAThere I" f

the smallest scrap bag would sup- tion pictures haven't him- has been a lot of publicity

ply enough material, for some of comedian" What about and regarding Roosevelt's conferencewith #

these are pieced. Bazaars and named Cholly Chaplin? rich Argentine diplomat Leopoldo 'y c...
: gifts will take inexpensive toll of Lamour's remarkable Melo over buying Argentine beef.

" any you aren't needing yourself. "Men are not all alike" of Actually the conversation covered a .
e'J she means, when they're lot of things besides meat.

Transfer '28976, 15 cents, gives motifs a gel in a keb Cary finds Roosevelt promised that this coun- ie
,. ,'. for ten holders. Send orders to: grunt: "I get mad when, try would substantially' increase its

; stare at me when I eat" in the imports of Argentine products; first
f..'. AUNT MARTHABox Cary. When people lose their because Argentina has suffered

166.W Kansas City,. Mo. est in actors-actors cer- heavy loss of her European export

'::. Enclose 15 cents for each pattern eating. your market and faces an acute depres- s

desired. Pattern No............. opens sion; second, because Argentina con- -'.
Memos of Girl tinues to buy from the United States eHappiness
Friday ,
I.; Name ............................... a door this I
Francisca but buying'must fall off if she
:: Address .....:.......I.........i. ... the Rudy Conover Vallee and J,7'm buy cannot sell here to obtain dollar ex-
: beauty, are );>0
a telephone conversation. seek change for purchases.

i'f chums they may marry. and Discussing these problems, the in,Little .'
President told.Melo that the defense
I f< INDIGESTION would Remember this-that'very littles
program require heavy pur-
The Treasury Dept. and this '
( needed to make a happy life.-
io' may affect the Heart have wonderful stunt to those chases of wool for uniforms, hides
," Gu trapped the stomach or gullet may act like a a Marcus Aurelius.
for shoes and the
canned beef for
: hair-trigger the heart. At the first sign of distress evaders who gamble heavily val- ,
mart men and women depend on Bell-ana Tablets to the
commissary. govern-
..' set gaa free. No laxative but made of the fastest tracks and who report not Though
' acting medicines known for add indigestion.If theFTRS1' ment would not buy direct from Ar-
able Those
DOSE doesn't prove Bell-ana better return to pay house
f".. bottle to us and receive DOUBLE Money Back.2Sc. have their photos taken by are gentina, the buying from domestic -

, candid cameras (usually in sources would create a new demand -

j Man a Knot of RootsA a coat lapel). (vv. efiting for Argentina.imports, substantially ben-

man is a bundle of relations, >. 4 4I
There also discussion of
was usinga
a knot of roots, whose flower and Montes and Fernandez, the busi- I j ,lot
part of the new Export Import >
: fruitage is the world.-Emerson. bow Room dancers, are
said
But they may bust up bank fund of $500,000,000, about to
be voted for trade with
wants to continue at the Met by congress, t
: FOR SHAVING COMFORT-PLUS SAVING USE House Andy Anderson's of Argentina. 3f ztf

". Kent t Blades 7 10 SINGLE DOUBLE EDGE EDGE OR 10 C ;I yarn, "Kill One, Kill Two" ex- Note-Latest export figures show
Fln..t Sw.dlsh StH' his should that Argentina has now become the
going big, got
ing it during his spare at the leading foreign purchaser of Amer iti.

Kind Nature a rear desk in the Associated been ican passenger. cars.
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Nature is always kind enough to "morgue" Willson of b k
give even her clouds a humorous story: About the two Italians days. BRITAIN'S FOGS S 3 IIt

lining.-James Russell Lowell. ing on a street in Rome. souls" The most important development

you?" asked the first be during the last few days of bombing
is the realization British
thank: you," said the other London by ,....
and American observers that bad
QQPd GET COLD CLOGGED NOSE:WORIUNGp / ter?" said the first "Yes turn
OO ON ALL 2 AGAIN--WITH 2 DROP the retort, "better than next stars weather is not going to help the defense -
4-iA TREATMENT OF SELF-SPREADING ( ). of London, but instead will

/'#"d O O PINETRO NOSE DROPS I suppose you know that hinder it.Second.

said to have warned come, important development is When YOU dust

Obligation Is Slavery to sink any British ships in inev- the realization that Britain's only use O-Cedar on your dustcloth.
real defense is retaliatory raids
Obligation is thraldom, and iterranean that Hitler has (v. against Berlin. This means, of Dust and NEVER raise a dustHere's
thraldom is hateful. the North sea. modern dust.
the to
that, course, more long-distance bombers smart easy, way
O-Cedar
-almost all of which are now obtained Add one tablespoonful genuine
The Ashland drug store on of ,Polish to one pint of warm water; dip
the United States.It .
- checksMALARIA son near Thirty-second (II from fOur dustcloth in that; dry it and use it.
cording to a customer, has to put has been generally expectedthat Now when you dust you pick UP the grit
6 I: 6 displayed above the soda His with the arrival of foggy weather and lint and sandy dust. You don't raise ....
in 7 days and rclicYe "Roosevelt or Willkie. London would be safer because clouds;you don'scatter the dust from tableto
Wallace. Winchell or Bernie. better Nazi raids would have to abate. chairs back to tables again your e-r
COLDSLIQUID However, there was considerable cloth picks UP the dust, and your furnitureis
the best man win. God Bless
.
Ask for
spotless. :
symptoms first day cloudy weather over England last
SALVB-NOSBDROPS ica! Understand Mr. Money
week, and during it, Nazi bombers
hit
investment in his new )
Try"Rub-My-Itan"Wonderful Liniment
To Your Hats" totals $82,000.Much must had a field day. What they did was cd3POLISH
to use the clouds as a shield and

Wordless PoemA excitement over at These man- drop their bombs, without aiming, I '

picture is a poem without Seems that James all over London.On MOPS, WAX, DUSTERS, CLEANERS AND
one
words. Cornificus. clear days they had tried to
.
astor Hall, opens at the FLY AND MOTH SPRAY
next week, and Mrs. must aim at military targets. But at

mama, had agreed to speak we night, and during cloudy weather,
or the Nazis gave up any pretense of
over that station between 8 : ,-
AT 1
eooo DKUOSIOUS // Couldn't be cleared, God taking aim. BE A C@NS of
that when
because the commercial at What happened was
as we British planes went aloft they could
.tAAGFamc is bought by Elliott Roosevelt! SAFETYLike
t" and not find the raiders. The Nazis were
Recently we reported a group
.::. hidden in cloud banks, dropping
U. S. would start "Hate "
12o at a beacon
is, the their bombs indiscriminately. Un- a light on.
campaign. Yesterday's Trib
en- there the height-the advertisements
paged: "Steuben Club to der these circumstances, was
a60&I' British in.U. S." world only one way for the British to locate in newspapers direct

the enemy bombers-by meansof you to newer, better and
this sound detection and radio directions -
Is this suggestion for easier ways of providingthe
vita]
from the ground.
counter-attacks Berlin
on things needed or
how
radio directions
However these
ble: "Brit'sh-kriegs"? shines this
desired. It ,
S'lJR 1\\TorE: well The O'Keefe quote: sep- must be three dimensional to be effective of
wide beacon newspaper '
and there is such a :
= The buyer's assurance: is the advertising kie thinks it is high time!" and margin for error that looking for a advertising-and it will be : !

he or she reads in the newspaper. came this phone,a postage call from stamp busi bomber in the clouds is like lookingfor to your advantage to fol- ',j

.. That is the buyer's guide. It tells die Walsh of Syracuse: "That," you a needle in a haystack. That is low whenever you 1 ,

o prices one must expect pay. Let the La Walsh, "might be the con why British planes simply did not make a purchase.
seller who tries to charge more beware! he- can be lickedt"' put iT go into the air when the weather was
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I .: This Day Diner's Soul Items of Interest
News AROUND

I ,; Hungered Not for Art 9a to the Housewife

the HOUSE
The first day of his holidays. ,
Binks entered the palatial seaside
'
restaurant and had a ham sand Apples may be used in almost Keep cheese fresh by wrapping

wich. The bill came to 75 cents- any salad recipe to give added in muslin squeezed out of vinegarand

,I so he sent for the manager. crispness and crunchiness. water, and store in a paper

"Well, sir," explained the manager bag in a cool place.

"I grant that the sandwich Use potato water (a) when making *.

i itself might be reasonably pricedat : stock; (b) when making During the last stages of bakinga

a quarter. This,_however, is a gravy, and (c). if you are a bread- cake a piece of greased paperon
high-class establishment. Look at v .. Yi lro "t//y..yyy, maker, use it for mixing the bread the top of it will allow the in-

the beautiful pictures on the ? dough. side to cook through and keep the
walls!" :4.L4r 'top from burning.

Binks paid up, and left. Next Keep the comb clean by washing *

day he had another ham sandwich ( it regularly in warm soap Water Wilted green vegetables can be
at the same place. But when to which has been added a freshened by washing in water

'"f"...... the bill came he placed 25 cents tittle ammonia. The ammonia will containing a little vinegar, and
-- on the table. Y Est aid in loosening the dirt. Rinse then left to soak in this solutionfor

I ."Not this time!" he chuckled. "I thoroughly and dry.Strange. an hour before cooking.

I saw your pictures yesterday!" p .


Oil on Troubled WatersWe Facts


often read that after a depth Possessions
Large
V ,
charge has been dropped over a
Five Men to a Tree :
submerged submarine; "a large FRED
patch of oil covered the water." Early Invitation o

It is difficult to believe that oil
can exist in a continuous film on C Based on prewar areas, Hol

'. a vast expanse of water, but few land's colonial empire is 60 timesas ALLEN

'J' realize how great 'is the clinging large as The Netherlands- the

power of oil. Scientists recently Belgian Congo is 80 times as large
'discovered that one ounce of oilcan THE SCHOOL LUNCHSee as Belgium, the French posses- 4 EveryWednesday
cover from eight to nine acres ( Recipes Below)
sions are 22 times as large as Night
of water. If allowed to spread, it
will continue in an unbroken film Whether the children carry their : and filling spread way out to the France, and British territory
until only one molecule in thick- lunch to school or dash home at edges. The butter is easier to spread throughout the world is 140 timesas KENNYTEAKER

ness. All oil, of course, does not noon for a hurried meal, autumn if creamed first; and the sandwiches large as Great Britain.
school bells bring a major problemto should be cut into convenient sizes Portland Hoffa
,
spread to the same extent, some w.
For the mid for eating. Vary the kinds breads \ .,
of the "light" varieties covering the menu planner. &t AI Goodman cG9T -
4 no more than three or four acres day repast must give plenty of nour- that you use for sandwiches: plainor (t In Algeria, as many as four or end Orchestra, .wivT [

- .:. to the ounce.HANDYVcm&. ishment in a form that can be quickly white, whole wheat, rye, brown five Berbers may own a single fig @\\The Mighty Allen hoc i
and easily eaten-and, in the case bread, peanut butter bread, orange tree, one man possessing its roots, Art Players \

of carry-away lunches, easily bread, nut bread, cornbread, raisin one its trunk and the other two or and as
well. bread, and rolls.
packed as
three its various branches.
ll4e4M JARSWHITE Fruit, cookies, sandwiches and For filling you may like to use SisOpas9P.M'

5 milk in some form constitute stand- these suggestions: 1.
AND well the Chicken, with chopped celery and 9 al'.ta.csDispel
bys for box lunches as as
C. Those who contributed gifts last
PETROLEUM JELLY school child's home lunch. Cocoa, mayonnaise.
custards and simple Cream cheese on raisin bread. year to the Crypt of Civilizationat
cream soups,
puddings help with the milk quotaat Chopped dates, nuts and orange Oglethorpe university in Atlanta the ShadowsAs

Speech of the Soul the home lunch. Cocoa, or _a juice. Ga., have been given an "im the morning sun brushes the

Utterance is not confined to milk shake, as well as plain milk, Ground cooked veal, raw carrots perishable" metal card that en- darkness from the world, grant us
.t words. Our souls speak as sig- can be carried and celery, with salad dressing. titles any descendant, of the 187th today to brush aside the shadows

nificantly by looks, tones, or- ges- with the school Orange marmalade and peanut generation, to attend the openingat from some unhappy heart.-R. L.
tures-the subtle vehicles of our { lunch in a vacuum butter. noon on May 28, 8113.-Collier's. Stevenson.
s bottle. For Cottage cheese, chopped olivesand
more delicate emotions, as they dot ?
,
by set words and phrases. Indeed, the box lunch, mayonnaise.Hard .
t \ sandwiches ought cooked egg, chopped celery
the soul has a thousand ways of
to be carefully and mayonnaise.Bacon .
communicating itself.-Turnbull. '
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wrapped so that mayonnaise and lettuce.
"'
; they will be fresh Spiced Blanc Mange.

and appetizing. Chopped meat 2 cups milk 1941 PHIL CO

I THf ,AWfUL PRICE YOU PAYBWrrGNERVOUS mayonnaise moistened with, hard-cooked a little butter egg deli-or 2l&% cup tablespoons sugar cornstarch '

cately seasoned, cream cheese, jams % teaspoon salt
E and jellies, all make tempting fill 1 teaspoon cinnamon

ings. % teaspoon nutmeg FARM RADIO.
Semi-liquid foods may be put into Vi teaspoon cloves :: '
small glass jars with tightly fitting % cup nut meats (broken) ..
Read These Important Facts! covers. Supply paper cups for the 1 teaspoon vanilla extract

Quivering nerves can make you old,haggard, beverage; and as a novelty, put in Scald ilk cups of milk. Mix all _
cranky-can make life a nightmare of
jealousy, self pity and your"the blues." a paper straw, especially when you dry ingredients together and add the
Often such nervousness is due to female pack chocolate malt or iced cocoa. remaining % cup cold milk. Com
functional disorders. So take famous Lydia ,
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to help The sandwiches and softer foods bine well. Add hot milk to the corn-
calm unstrung'nerves and lessen functional should be placed on top to prevent starch mixture slowly. ,Return to :
-
For 60 relief-
"irregularities. over
giving Pinkham's Compound has years helped tens mashing. double boiler and cook, stirring con a s 'I i
of thousands of grandmothers" mothers and Brightly colored lunch boxes are stantly, until the mixture thickens. ? :hE7I'.SITI>u'-mitial:: _
daughters "in time of need. Try itt
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popular, because they are not only Cook 5 minutes. Remove from

easier to pack, and well-ventilated, "flame, add nut meats and extract.

Using Every Moment but are attractive to carry. Literally Turn into a wet mold and chill.
speaking, you can pack every Serve with whipped cream if de
Every moment may be put to thing in them from "soup to nuts." sired.
some' use, and that with much The lunch boxes should be kept im- Desserts.
"
more pleasure than if unemployed. ,.
maculately clean by careful scald- With the problem of packing des '
Chesterfield.
ing each day. serts solved, there is a much wider e.i 1F e r.t4+ks'y- -'.'.I
You may like to use this menu choice than ever '.
some day when you have plenty of 'z--\ before. Rice pud.. ,

ENJOY 6 BLESSINGS FOR meat loaf left over from the Sunday ding, small tarts, '::g,
r
dinner: s f custards, oatmeal ,
SAVE\I!
Ip RHEUMATIC PAIN ..
Meat Loaf Sandwiches cookies, brown ,;-.'
Deviled Egg Olives ies, cup cakes, "
, 1. Helps to Are rheumatic pain, Custard ,. tapioca, cooked
lessen pain muscular achesor rheumatic ,
Chocolate Milk fruit, dates, figs, "
2. Reduce fever "cloggingyour Or you might use a menu similarto gingerbread, fresh or stewed dried / ;
facer sands works who suffer? Thou-these this for colder weather: fruits, and plain cakes are all to be OF .BATTERY ;- '
3. Workson Cream of Tomato selected to the school
Soup vary lunch. ,
miseries have been COST AND -
aches""muscle helped by Prescription Peanut Butter and Orange Marmalade Cream of Tomato Soup. I,

4. Comforts C-2223. Helps 1 lessen Sandwiches 2 cups canned tomatoes CURRENTDRAIN / :
,
pain by quick, sooth- Fruit Tapioca 2 slices onion ?
5. Eases ing, relieving action. Cookie Vi teaspoon soda ,;
mind against Sold by druggists on a There is always an extra corner 1 teaspoon sugar .:-. .
"pain strain" money-back guarantee Into which you can tuck a surprise.To '1 teaspoon salt ';< .
6.Guaranteed -toe, $1. Try C2223. the smaller children this will Dash pepper 1))

be a delight. It may be'a few nuts, 2 tablespoons butter I

i Ig WNU-7 39-40 or a few pieces of good candy, or 2 tablespoons flour "f.PhUco
it may be the little candy brid s 2 cups milk -
favor you received yesterday. A
Heat tomatoes with onion
One soda
Road ,
packed lunch can become as tire- salt has made farm radio history with this amazing new !
Of all the paths of life but one- some to eat as it is to pack. Even sieve sugar;, reheat.and pepper.Place butter Rub through in battery-operated set! It Is yours at a price that makes It the ',

the path of duty-leads to happi you will be thinking of the little of double boiler and melt. Add flour top mostrenaarkable farm radio value ever offered and it actually ;

ness.-Southey. surprise you can :find to put into it, and mix thoroughly. Add milk. saves two-thirds of battery cost and current drain!

and thus make this task more of a Cook, stirring constantly, until mix- Yes, the Phllco 90CB costs less to buy. less to operate. No .
pleasure to you. ture thickens. Pour tomato mixture wet batteries to pay for and recharge. no wind chargers.New :.'
So get a lunch box that will be slowly into white sauce. Mix thor Battery Block almost doubles the capacity at one-third the cost.

large enough to hold all the necessary oughly, and serve. New tubes cut current drain two-thirds. New, High-Output :\
equipment, but will not be too Speaker and specially-designed farm radio circuit give finer tone, !

heavy to carry, and begin making Better Bakingr. more stations, clearly, powerfully, even in the daytime!
-. Help Them Cleanse the Blood your plans for the school lunch. Wouldn't like Be sure to see this sensational Phllco Farm Radio value before'you .:
of Harmful Body Waste Some of these suggestions may aid chocolate you nut some gingerbread good yummy buy any radio! .
Your kidneys are constantly filtering you in your plans for the school or
waste matter from the blood stream.But some of those melt-in-your-mouth
Kidneys sometimes lag In their work-do year: meringue cookies right about "now? / Or104 Beautiful table models and console
not act impurities as Nature that intended-fail, if retained,to may remove Soups and Beverages. I Or how about the delicious sounding A i'fvvm exquisitely. designed In costly Walnut
poison the system and upset the whole Soups and beverages, if packedin lemon sunny silver pie? Shall m woods. And now, a, battery-operated
body Symptoms machinery.may be nagging backache thermos bottles, will stay hot or r stop, or have I made you hungry Goose,rfJ"r' Radio-Phonograph.' See all the Phllco. )
persistent headache,attacks of dizziness, cold, as the case p 9 enough to want to rush right out 1"P 0 Farm Radios now!
I getting up nights, swelling, puffiness be. The -
may into .. .
kitchen
under the your and whip
f eyes-a feeling of nervous up a Liberal : .
TraeU-In Allowance for ;
anxiety and loss of pep and strength. cream soups are batch of cookies, or one of those Phllco Rcxfio T.levUIoa Corporation,DpL234Tlofla
, Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder the most nutritious sug- Your Old Radio or Phonograph. cad C Street, n>ito are sometimes burning, scanty or gested above? You may have these Free Trial. Long Time to Pay. 5 Please send me FREE and without oblica ,
II too frequent uwnation. for they tested recipes of Miss Howe if you a tionlirerataredescribingthenewl941Phuco
There should be no doubt that prompt contain not only I a Farm Radios. Also full details of your Free
' will write 10
enclosing in
I' treatment fa wiser than neglect. Use cents coin, .
''I Doan' PilZa. ,'. milk but vegetables well. Try J:TrialES7Pa7mentTradeinAllowanceOffcr.Address :
Doe have been winning I as to Eleanor Howe, 919 North Michi- i
new friends for more than, forty years. of tomato of .
cream cream
pea Avenue
They have a nation-wide reputation. gan Chicago, Illinois, and t i r I' t : Na.m
Are recommended:: by grateful people the cream of spinach and cream of as- ask for her cook book, "Better Bak- -i
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country over. Ark your neighborl paragus. ing." You will like them all -
for t r i t s t orRXD.. _Connty_ .
I Sandwiches.
I they have been tried in her own a
I Bread for sandwiches should be test kitchen. -.
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PAGE FOUIt THE, OLEWISTOK1 NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 1040

I
: Waste of patience, waste of pain, the thought of my new 'friends' acts from becoming known to the criticism. If the time should ever
The Clewiston News Waste of manhood, waste-of health, taking me to pieces when I am not people, that it ought to be thoroughly come when a full and frank discussion -

I Waste of beauty, waste of wealth present at their gab sessions.:' exposed and completely uncovered. of a candidate's public record

Friday In Cle '18ton, Waste of blood, and waste of tears, "An extremist, I am forced to can be stopped by the cowardly -
Published
.
Florida, by every the CLEWISTON. NEWS, Waste of youth's most precious admit, but she certainly hit the That a candidate's personal re cry of "mud-slinging", the people .,

Inc. years.Waste nail on the head in some respects. cord, such as his habits, his family will bo in danger of losing their
have trod. democratic right to defeat
of the saints great
ways
"Immeasurable damage has been life, and membership in fra-
KEATHLEY B01'DElEditor Waste of glory waste of God- wrought locally by gossip, much of ternal an civic organizations should unfaithful and incompetent officials

War! which has been spread Innocently by not be discussed by his opponent, (Continued on page 8)

Entered as second class mall matter persons other than the perpetrators no decent person will deny; for thatis
February 1, 1927 at the Post Office in thinking their information to mud-slinging", and almost every-
March Clewiston 3,, 1897.SubscriptIon Florida. under the Act or (":--:0<-:..:--:<<..:--:..:";":":--:--:":":": :":";";..:' be ,authentic." body abhors "mud-slinging". I hope GlnMKCN Scientifically Broken Lcntie
Fitted and Duplicated
Itcpulrcd
And so young Billy Waddell holds the people will continue to frown
DR. F, D. GUDBAUROptometrist
hate f2.0O Per Year. Too Late To ClassifyBy the mirror up to the folks in his upon "mud-slinging", and punishthe i
town.Unfortunately'. person who does it by refusingto
Phone, IDS 5 Collier Arcade
Advertising Hntea On Application. RUSSELL KAYA vote for him.
Fort Myers Florida
; however, few see

(..:..:.. :-:..:..:..:..:..:--:..:-- :--:,,:,,:--:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,, therein their own' reflection. Read But, on the other hand, I hope Successor to K. H. Oakley ;
Devoted to the advancement and County.wel- ing the editorial, they applaud and equally as fevently that the time I
and Hendry I
fare of Clewiston
young editor friend of mine, confidently assume that it is will never come when the people I
J. M. COUSECounselor
earnest, sincere and anxious to serve directed at somebody else. will object to a frank and forth- ,

his community and make it a better One of the worst gossips I know right discussion of a candidate's and Attorney at Law (:r

oJ...: :OW"X.owow----M) place in which to live, recently has the "three wise monkeys" on public record by his opponent, or Hopkins Building'T

turned his editorial talent to point her dresser. "Hear No Evil, See No by any other person. If a candi- Wednesdays and Saturdays

RAMBLINGS ing out an evil that was doing his Evil,. Speak No Evil"-but' it is date's business, professional and 0:30 to 4:00

town more genuine harm than any just; a decoration as far as sho official record couldn't be discussed I

By B. B. other one thing-a growing tend- is concerned. fully and freely, the people wouldbe

ency of its citizens to engage in cut off from the informationthey MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL

:..x..x""X ..x"--:,,,,,,, :--:+:--:,,:",..) idle gossip. need in selecting a competent, ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS

Because his message is. timely .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.;..:..:..:...:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. trustworthy official. An official :Maps Estimates

This is the season of the year and because, it applies equally to could commit every form of mis- JOHN H. DOTY
feasance and nonfeasance
when the urge to grow something your community and mine,. I am throughout -
FULLER'SFULMINATIONS a term of office, and when he Engineering Consultant
to be irresistible.For II
is so strong as taking the liberty of reproducingit '
two months we have been in, part. While it was intended ran for re-election and his opponent Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.
started discussing his public record i
It. .
ourselves against '
fortifying originally for a certain small com- :
he could raise the spurious howl of I
much work, the .
Gardens require so munity it nevertheless contains food '
By 'WARRENThere "mud-slinging" and cut off all i
bugs get into everything, we don'thave for thought for you and me and a I

time to fool with it, our neigh- lot of other folks. ........-.j. .6>Ox....................................................................
bors grow flowers and, vegetables "The '
Entitling his masterpiece Good FarmLand
by the score and are most generous,
this country
Right of Privacy", are two political bogeys
bother? We just won't.Thus
so why ,editor said: | that need debunking badly. Oneis I
have been arguing with
ourselves.we But now the time has "I am at a loss to fathom the the bogey about "mud-slinging", I
reason behind our community's and the other is the bogey about
come and we are hurriedly getting sudden and passionate desire for politicians "talking too much."

that little square of ground readyto gossip and slander concerning its No sane person will deny that J JI
put in seed. The struggle againstthe for Rent Ji
urge to dig in the dirt and own people; its longing for half the overwhelming majority of the

make something grow is more exhausting truths and._.exaggerations about its people disapprove of one candidate i i
leading citizens, attacking the: personal record of his
than. the labor of garden-
"There has been no discrimination opponent. But assailing an op

ing. concerning the,, victims of this ponent's personal record, and ex- :- '

Those who lived in Clewiston chief summer diversion. The gossip posing and discussing his public I

during the construction of the levee mongers have spared few, if any, of (official, professional or business) I
our foremost families in their ruth- record, are a couple of colts of en-
well remember Gayle
project will
tirely different colors. I Trespassers
McFadden, who was one of the U. less invasion of privacy."A
man's home is his Taking advantage of the people'swellknown
one re-
S. Engineers here at the time, and I Will Be
whose specialty was concrete struc- treat from the horrors and filth he disapproval, of an at- COME1N
must encounter the outside it tack upon a candidate's personal
on ; ,
tures. Mr. McFadden's ,latest con- NOW and LET ProsecutedClewiston t.'"'
record, a great many politicians who
is his lone fort of privacy remainingin
crete job is the giant new airportin
Washington which is to be dedi- this mad world of ours today. have public records that won't stand US explain OURhomeFinancing ..

cated by President Roosevelt Sun- If we invade that cathedral with discussion or hold up under inves- plan

lies, insinuations or even truths, we tigation, begin to wail about "mud-
day afternoon. Shortly after leaving -
Clewiston, Mr. McFadden 'was destroy our own rights to protec- slinging" when an opponent begins ..without obligation to you
similar attacks. Ito I turn the light on those records.
tion
against
sent to Honolulu, and later was No red tope-oH IDanapplicatlons
chief engineer in the construction of j I "More than one happy home in By thus raising the cry of "mud- ore
I this town has been destroyed in the slinging" they hope to confuse the I
Field New York. He
LaGuardia in
cleared
past few months as a direct resultof voters into believing that their opponent qwdcry, money Realty. And(
was chief engineer on the Wash- is released proroptfy.
ington airport also. this wave of. gossip, others are is making a personal at-
tottering on the' brink. tack on them, when in truth and in

Eleanor Roosevelt seems to ha.ve'' "There must be an about face if fact he is only engaging in a Clewiston Federal DevelopmentCorporation ,

we are to salvage our own self legitimate, fair and proper discus. ...1'
been the inspiration of Eleanor
respect and integrity. The home life sion of the candidate's record. I Savings and LoanAssociation
Blue, a shade so popular since she
of our neighbor must be guarded if This sorry and cowardly device is J
became first lady. Which makes
to share of so often employed by candidates in
we are expect our just
us wonder if' "Suwannee Green, -
I personal privacy. an effort to prevent their public II
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heralded as a new fall shade, has
"We want to and
I our city grow

anything to do* with* *Governor Fred.. build and progress, but it cannotdo .NNNNN&<..XK"XM:..X..XMX..! so when its residents are spend- ,. If an aroused public opinion
'
ing most of their time speculatingas I -.7' ....t. i
precedes reform, watch out for '. .;..!.
,
to which of their associates are : : i
happenings in Clewiston. Such discussions contemplating divorce. weighingin ;o't' ,: ::: : i
or : : -: : g
have been the ,
as going their minds the marital happinessof : :;::;: / ."' '"_,"
rounds the past week will result in
their neighbor."I .s...:. ENJOY AN 'H.
something, and perhaps it will be .. \_': .
.s. "
reform. The most burning questionshave neither condone nor condemn ,'" :
"t.
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been the school curriculum, divorce as an institution. If a :i::: :: .' '- ';...
man and his wife are not com- .i.. .:
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bolita
traffic and the matterof ELECTRIC I : :
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sanitation at the theatre. Someof patible, I am of the sincere belief .i.'. :; : :
that they have the right to separateand : ;" :i::!:
them are under control already, :t:::: .....
as the result of settle their differences in a -.. ,
people knowing rl
calm manner without public inter- HOME .. .'.'
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what they want and going after it. : :
I ference and speculation."One :;::::
newcomer to our communi- :;::i: ..' ...
You are callous indeed if youdidn't .t... ':..:
calm manner without public inter- .:. AlP" : :4
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feel your eyes sort of mistingover .. 't.:4 a.-
when ty who has the background and :: :. '"
you read of the sinkingof .t... .t.It.
the British liner culture to easily find a place in .:.}. .. .t"..:
, carrying refugee our so-called society, asked : .t J.. the modern servant servant that +.;.
adults and children to Canada, andr. was ;:.:. ElectrIcIty is ; a
..- again when you learned that lIfe- recently why she made no effort to ; of the :;::;:
r boat with 46 of them was rescued a occupy that niche. :.;.:..:: takes care of both the work and the Pleasures :: ::

after eight days and nights fighting 'One glimpse was enough,' she :i::t' home and one that will do 'everything quickly, efficienti i::;:

r:; the relentless sea. It reminded us said. 'I can see nothing to justify 1. .1, ::;::;:

of this poem from The Sorrows my participation in your gossip con- +:.;:.:.:;.. ly and economically. .'..'t'.
"?' of God, scious social circles. I would findno .'..:. .:.:.
pleasure in listening to a "J..t. 'slices of toast or +
WASTE group .. One penny will toast 26 crunchy ::
slander a member who has just .+..; } :t:

.,,.- Waste of muscle, waste of brain, taken her leave; nor would I enjoy I :;::;::' give your eyes two hours of safe readIng light or operate : .;.


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Mrs' Zerney Meredith and daughter VARIOUS BRIDGE CLUBS GARDEN, CLUB WILL AGAIN Simmons, Mrs. H. C. Meador, Mrs.

Patsy, have returned from a MEET WEDNESDAY SPONSOR ,GROUP ROSE ORDER I W. T. Wheeles, Mrs. Paul Hite,

few weeks' stay in Jacksonville with Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs. Don Plank,

" [ Personals J Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Byrd. Mr. Mrs. R.' N. Smith was hostess to Clewiston residents will be givenan Mrs. E. L. Hayes, Mrs. A. R.

Meredith joined them for the last members of her bridge club Wed- opportunity to benefit from the Broadfoot, Mrs. W. R. Broaderick,

week of their visit. Patsy under- nesday afternoon. High score prize, I group rose order placed each year Mrs. L. C. Miller Mrs. R.: M. <

went a tonsillectomy while in Jack- a tray, was won by Mrs. G. B. by the, Garden Club, and orders Bishop, Mrs. Frank Cothern and

Mr. and Mrs. Otto Larsen spent Thomas. Cut prize, a kitchen set, will be taken by Mrs W. C. Owenat Mrs. C. R. Krueger attending.The .

the week-end in Miami.E. BIRTHSMr. was won by Mrs. L. C. 1\1 ille r. The I her home October 7th. Mrs. Winnie Ayres circle met at

hostess served tuna fish salad, Owen will be at home all day the home of Mrs. Fred Topper and

J. Vent was a business visitor and Mrs. O. T. Ricks are coffee and hot biscuits to Mrs. to receive orders, and will have resumed the study on the book,

in Fort :Myers Saturday.C. parents of an eight pound baby I Thomas, Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Dave list and description of the different. "How To Pray". Attending were
girl who was born at their homein Alston, Mrs. Keathley Bowden,' Mrs.J. roses available. The price will be Mrs. Sam Young, Mrs. Stanley Mc-

vIsi- South Clewiston Saturday.Mr. W. Ezelle, Mrs. H. R. Hall, 15 cents per bush, prepaid, and Corkle, Mrs.. R. J. Blount, Mrs.I. ,
business
E. Miner was a r-- Mrs. Carl Johnson and Mrs. W. H. the money must be paid at the .. S. Bell, ,Mrs. M. A. Thomas, '

tor in Arcadia Tuesday. and Mrs. O. D. Luke an- Lanier. time the order is placed. Mrs. C. Waters, Mrs. F. Hanna,

I nounce the arrival of, a baby girl Last year 1615' rose bushes were Mrs. Alex McGowan, Mrs. C. Nelson,
Elmore her
Mrs. John entertained I
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Bigg spent at their home here on Monday.The purchased in the group order. The Mrs. Dan Allen, Mrs. H. E. Walker
home of
club at her west
the ,week-end in West Palm Beach. baby weighed eight pounds. bridge roses arrive about three weeks and Mrs. Topper.
Clewiston Wednesday. 'High prize
Mrs. Walker Nail after the order is placed, and Mrs. The Mary Ellen Dozier circle
i was won by ,
_ Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Tippey were Mr. and Mrs. Van C. Nelms are second by Mrs. Roy Alston and the Owen and her committee will notifyall I I' met at the 'home of Mrs. A. D,

visitors Sunday in West Palm parents of a baby boy, who arrived travelling prize by Mrs. Foy Dur- who have ordered on the day J Dixon. Those attending were IrB.F. .

Beach. Tuesday. The baby: weighed seven I rence. Cuban sandwiches 'and they arrive so they may be called E. Chalker, Mrs. H. L. Davis,

and one-half pounds. coffee were served by Mrs. Elmoreto for promptly. Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. M. C. Doke,
of Miami visit- I Mrs. Arch Hodges Mrs. V.
Mrs. T. B. Shelley Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, Mrs. V. ,_ C. Wood-
ed Mr. and Mrs. E.. E. Kelly this Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Walker, of C. Woodward; Mrs. R. M. Hare, BAPTIST W. M. S. CIRCLES ward, Mrs. M. C. Vowed, Mrs. A. '

week. South Boy, are parents of a seven W. Dodge, Mrs. R. C. Nowling and
E. Crow Mrs.
jr., Mrs. George HOLD MEETINGS TUESDAYThe
and three-quarter pound girl, who Mrs. C. E. Nail.Johnson's .
Durrence, Mrs. Alston and Mrs.
.' Miss Marcia Avant visited Mr. was born at the Clewiston Emergency -
and Mrs. Jones Bryan in Tampa hospital Thursday. Nail. Baptist Womans Missionary
Mrs. Blanche Turner was hostess Society's circles met Tuesday after-

this week. GARDEN CLUB HOLDS FIRST Wednesday evening at her bridge noon at the homes of their hos- Fish CampNear

YEAR club meeting, which was held in tesses. Plans for a W. M. S. partyto
MEETING CLUB
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Thompsonand OF 1940-41
children spent Sunday in Fort the Schroeder apartment. Costume be given at the church Friday ( Hurricane Gate)

Myers. The Garden Club held its first jewelry was given for high prize to night were made, and a social hour' Clewiston, Fla.
J Mrs. R. C. Wilson, and for second was enjoyed.
1940-41 club
meeting of the year Boats and 1\Iotors-Guide Service
the I prize to Miss Mae Palmer. A salad The Margaret Circle met' at the
Mr. and Mrs. J.' H. Levy of yesterday afternoon at Clewis- Rates Reasonable -
Tampa spent Wednesday and Thursday ton Inn. The meeting was given I cour-se was served to Mrs. Campbell home of Mrs. E. E. ,Kelly with
in Clewiston on business.Mr. over to transaction of business'and Nail, Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. R. C. Mrs. Herman Davis, Mrs. C. W. ,Yo H. Johnson, Mgr

..--- outlining the program for the year's I Nowling, Mrs. Harry Turner, Mrs. .
W. H. Lanier, Miss Palmer, Mrs.

leaving. and today Mrs.for E.a few E. Kelly days visitin are study.Mrs. Leah Spicer, president, pre- Wilson and Mrs. Schroeder. "I tM.M........*....w......MM*. .*....M......M.*..*.M..M*....***......M..M.."..M*.....M..M..M....................................................................................................,..

Jacksonville.Mrs. sided at the meeting. Mrs.' ." W. L. :;: NOTICETo -t: 4Y
.. FIRST JUNIOR GARDEN CLUB
--- Lott the
chairman of program

W.M.. Bradnack returnedthis committee, gave an outline of the MEETING HELD.. TUESDAY New and Old Arrivals in ClewistonRegister ::

week after a stay of several year's programs, prepared by the --- .. y

months in Orlando and New York. ] state federation, which will be followed The organization meeting of the .:. your name and present address with us so your .y..

I this year. Names of plants Junior Garden Club was held at .;. friends and relatives will have no trouble locating you as 'i'

Mrs. C. J. Neilson has returned were distributed among the mem- the home of Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, :x: we,will gladly direct them personally to your home. .5:

from a visit with her sister' in bers for the "Grow a Perfect Plant" chairman, Tuesday afternoon. The .;= There is ,no charge or obligation. AVe only want to do our ;+

Ithaca, New York. program. Each member is to grow group is sponsored by the Clewis- x part in rendering a needed service to the. visitors and resir:

and make a detailed report of the ton Garden Club and all children ::: dents of Clewiston. Register Today. +

Mr. and Mrs. Gratton George progress and growing habits of the from the ages of 6 to 16 who are y
GULF SERVICE STATION -
have moved into their new home plant whose name she ,drew. A interested in gardening are eligibleand :;:
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on Arcade Avenue. study of correct pronounciation of are invited to attend the next y G. B. THOMAS, Mgr. 'l

Mrs. Carl H Berner spent several plants and flowers was begun. meeting and enroll. I .'l...........................................................:..:..:..:..:0.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..........................................................,.!.
The club voted to continue its A nominating committee com- -

days this week with Mr. and Mrs. membership in the Audubon societyand posed of Gene Mills, Carline Berner,

Roy Slade vin Fort Myers. to send a gift of $5.00 to the Shirley Owen and Bob Berner was

I Children's Home Society in Jack appointed. The next meeting will
Mrs. J. L. Scott of Weirsdale is '
sonville. be held Wednesday, October 2nd. I

visiting her sister, Mrs. Gratton Reports of, the standing commit- At that time the date for the

George.Mr. .--- tees and of the officers were given. monthly meetings will be set. 10 1 MEN WANTEDWho

and Mrs. Charles E. Lear Hostesses were Mrs. H. A. Bestor, ,Those enrolling in the club Tues-

have returned from West Palm Mrs. A. R. 'Broadfoot, Mrs. R. M. day were Gene Mills, Bevoly Flani-

Bishop, Mis. J. E. Beardsley and ken, Emma Jane Ezelle, Carol
Beach where they spent the past
two months. -Mrs. Keathley Bowden Augur, Sally Graham, Grace Ward, Are Dependable and Have Steady

? Those attending were -Mrs. J. Bobby ,Berner Kim Kolstad, Jo -,
Employment Who 'Are Now Paying $20
G. Allhands, Mrs. W. M. Bradnack, Ann Crouch, Carline Berner, Shirley ,
Mr. and Mrs. Olin Waters spent
the weekend in Wauchula, where Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs. J. W. Owen and Jimmy Waters. per Month for Rent, or More, and Would
Ezelle, Mrs., E. L. Hayes, Mrs. O.
they were called by the illness ofMr. Like to Apply This Money on Their Own
A. Jones, Mrs. E.., E. Kelly, Mrs.R. MRS. C. L. MORAN HONOREE i
Waters' father. ..
-' H. Knight, Mrs.' Josephine AT BRIDGE LUNCHEON SUNDAY Home. :I
Knight, Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, Mrs. I
Mrs. O. F. Schiffli and son, Dick, '
W. L., Lott, Mrs. W. H. Lanier,
spent the week in Miami where Mrs. M. W. Bigg was, hostess ata IT DOESN'T SEEM POSSIBLE ;
Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. Fred Morri
Dick is receiving special medical morning bridge luncheon at the
son, Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, ,Mrs.. Z.
treatment.Mr. Clewiston Inn
G. Meredith, Mrs. C. E. Nail, Mrs.C. Friday, complimenting -
Mrs. C. L. Moran who returned BUTIT'S
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J. Neilson, Mrs. Carawan Nelson, '
- and Mrs. W. H. Warren and Sunday to her home after visit-
Mrs. W. C. ,Owen, Mrs. W. W.
baby daughter have moved to Lake ing Mr. and Mrs. Jay: W. Moran.
Perry, Mrs. J. H. Pressley, Mrs. :
land where Mr. Warren recently '
M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. G. B. Rack- After the card games guests
employment.
accepted
straw, Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez, Mrs. were served luncheon in the dining
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H. J. B. Scharnberg Mrs. R. N. room. High score prize, a hand-
Mrs. F. R. Maxwell, Van Bush I
Smith, Mrs. L. L. Spicer, Mrs. E. painted tray, was won by Mrs.
and Miss Margaret Jensen of Miami
L. Stewart, Mrs. J. F. Tippey and W. H. Lanier;' second high, a pairof
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. G.
Mrs. A. O. 'Vard.CELEBHATES pictures, went to Mrs. H. A.
E. Etherton Sunday. YOUR GOVERNMENT (F. H. A.) AND BISHOP-WILSON
Bestor, low, a novel flower holder,
I LUMBER COMPANY NOW .MAKE IT POSSIBLE FOR YOU
BIRTHDAY to Mrs. E. L. Stewart, and cut prize, ,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Turner hadas TO BUY A .
WITH WEINER ROAST an ash-a-rette, was won by Mrs.R. .
their quests for the week-end, Y. Patterson. Mrs. Moran received COMPLETE ;
Mr. and Mis. A. H. McDonald of ,
Jimmy Johnson celebrated his a lovely guest remembrance.
Miami.J. -
eighth birthday yesterday with a from the hostess. i
HOME
2-BEDROOM i
E. Beardsley was in Miami weiner roast. The boys met at his The guests were Mrs. F. Deane

to home and later went to the levee, Duff, Mrs. Elbert Stewart, Mrs. H.
Tuesday attend a meeting ofthe
accompanied by Carl Johnson and J. B. Scharnberg, Mrs. M. E. Von
board of commissioners of the
Everglades Drainage District. I Charles Benson, fpr their supper. Mach, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. H. FOR LESS MONEY THAN i

The boys, who enjoyed the after- A. Bestor, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, J'
YOU NOW PAY FOR RENT
Mrs. C. L. Moran left Sunday for noon with Jimmy, were Bobby Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. Otto Larsen,
Berner, Bub Mills, Kay Bowden, Joe Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. H. C.
her home in dream of builders and home
Milledgeville, Ga., aftera Now-at last it's a reality-the
two months' visit with her son Schroeder, Richard Knight, Gene Kolstad, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. owners alike come true-a low cost home within the means of i

'. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.( Land, Gene Doke, Bobby Smith, Keathley Bowden, Mrs. Jay W. workers in the lower income bracket. '
Alfred Dodge, Charles Benbow, Moran, Mrs. C. L. Moran, Mrs. Otis
Jay W. Moran. John Williams, Harry Vaughn, John Jones, Mrs. S. L. Crochet, Mrs. After long planning, the Bishop-Wilson Lumber Co. has at last I i

Schiffli and Edward Bourne. H. T. Vaughn and Mrs. C. L. Downs. overcome the difficulties of 'co-ordinating planning, designing,
Miss Laura Matteson spent the financing and construction so that costs can be kept low and Ii

. week-end visiting her parents, Mr. ------ - savings achieved which permits building COMPLETE homes that
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and Mrs. E. S. Matteson in Palm families of small incomes'can afford.

City and friends, Capt. and Mrs. I IIIII 111111 F
Wilfred Lockhart in West Palm I I

Beach. 1wcso YES IT'S TRUE! THESE ARE COMPLETE
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BEDROOM: HOMES II

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shave of *" These homes were developed ,1
c"cr particularly for people who Complete, In E>'cry Detail ETen
West Palm Beach spent the weekend to inflow Shades and Walk
coR do not have large bank: ac -
in Clewiston, visiting Mr. and .. counts. Soundly constructed and well I

Mrs. Robert. Bair. Mrs. Bair returned i TfRrrnnnHn iiMlimn| You don't need a lot and planned these homes arc located ;,

to West Palm Beach with account with us, you = you don't need a lot of on spacious sites in an excellent I
them a saVI'IgS time-ust, location. Homes any family can ,
for ten
Tuesday a days' visit. have dollars\\ a money. ,
w& When add you to it a few out of YOur income.can Have you a steady job? be proud to own. Now-with I II,
save Tswp this amazing Bishop-Wilson plan
Mr. and Mrs W. C. Hooker and r you con semi00d Do you earn $25 per week? : 'r'
'whatever mpounded = -small Income is no longer a
family moved into the property, earnings we pay, gCOworlh whet\ SEE- US AT ONCE! bar to home ownership. -
west of Clewiston, formerly occupied ==* She g maKe savin It costs nothing:> docs not
by the Clewiston Dairy Company. onnuaUy, reo1y\1 ,and 'let obligate you in any way-to SEE FOR YOURSELF
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::'If visit our office and get complete
Mr. Hooker is connected with the = come i\'\} rt OUlce Laded' Savings Information GLJF FULL DETAILS
not ohout: utWIFE
our
experiment being conducted by the W'ny more plan. BRING YOU
WITH YOU.
ustellYoU
sugar corporation in cattle-feeding. 0pen \\
.. \ ? Eorning from the Ike FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE, OUR

Hervey A. Bourne, eldest son of funds receIVed by 10th. OFFICE WILL BE OPEN EVENINGS ;

/ Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Bourne, who '- TILL 6 O'CLOCKBISHOP.WILSON
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graduated from the Clewiston High

School last spring, left on Wednesday '

for Tulsa Okla. where' he will Clewiston' Federal LUMBER CO.

take a continuous two-year coursein Savingsand

Aeronautical Engineering at the I

Spartan School of Aeronautics, one Clewiston, Florida

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CHAPTER IH "Half an hour nothing, Ben. Pa-
tience," counseled Bowie. Woman Chief NomineeBelva
Too cold and too hungry to sleep, The words had barely left his lips
Bowie sat looking into his dying when they heard the distant crackof
Ann Lockwood of Wash- ....
campfire, speculating on what still a rifle.
ahead of him and his ington, D. C., was the first woman
might be com- In a moment both men were run
E.. panions. His thoughts reverted less ning in the direction from which the ever nominated for President of
willingly to what he had left be- report had come. the United States. On August 23,
hind the acute of thirst the It 1884, at San Francisco, Calif., the
: agony was some job to keep up with l
steady gnawing of hunger, the fiend- Pardaloe's long legs. He was as Equal Rights party selected her j I
ish heat of the desert, the killing of graceful as a camel, but the groundhe as its standard bearer, with Mrs. I
Marietta L. B. Stow of San Fran- :
the last pony for food. could cover in an emergencywas
But at least the horror of this was a caution. When, by dint of cisco as her vice presidential run- \
behind him. The mountains could calling and answering, two hungrymen ning mate. This was done as a :
: THERANCnO not be worse; they might be better. found the Indian, he was actively protest against the refusal of both I
CARMEN The sky was overcast and the cutting up the handsome buck. the major parties to insert planksin

OF night air, drifting silently down from The scout needed no instructions.He their platforms recommending
the higher Sierras, chilled him to put down his rifle and began female suffrage.
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the bone. On the other side of the hunting chips for a fire. Bowie got Though Mrs. Lockwood receiveda
t. By FRANK H. SPEARMAN Fran H. Spearman WNU Service campfire embers, stretched asleepon his flint and tinder ready. very small vote that year (Gro-

", heeded him. "What are you do- the rocky ground, lay a lanky "No, I don't feel like traveling to- ver Cleveland was elected President -
:. SYNOPSIS ing? Who are you?" Missourian, the scout, Ben Parda- day. Been traveling for three weeks ), she was nominated and ran 17
loe, with his feet so close to the I once more for President the ''
t Don Alfredo wealthy, Spanish owner of a The half-crazed creature suddenly' now. Today put away for eatin'. as
Southern California rancho. refuses to heed looked at him. The .stick dropped fire that it seemed as if they might' What say, Injun?" Equal Rights party nominee in
f '," several warnings of a raid by a band of from her grasp. She clasped both blaze up any minute. His sleep was Pardaloe spoke after the first hourof 1888, again polling a small vote.
he
I L One day after
Sierra Indians. that of famished
outlaw fitful like a
man,
: has finally decided to seek the protectionof hands to her haggard face and witha which a repast that promised to last I r
': the nearby mission for his wife' "and dreadful threw herself -, unlike his normal sleep with all day. "I'll ask you one.question, I
>" family, the Indians strike. Don Alfredo Is cry prostrate Bowie, after three weeks of hard Henry," 'continued Pardaloe after Champ Parachute Jumper
at the
torn the padre'sfeet.
daughters are on ground
killed and his two young
life had too familiar.
:. from the arms of the family's faithful maid. camp grown getting no response from Simmie, I
Monica, and are carried away to the hiLs. "Who-who gasped the sorely Pardaloe, tall and gaunt, twisted and speaking now to Bowie. "Be we According to reports just received I
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Padre Pasqual missionary friend of the and turned, drew up_ his legs and "
been't in ? from Moscow the
or we Californy world's
family, arrives at the ruins of the ranch. bewildered priest, "are you? ,
thrust them desperately out again.
stolid Bowie was disposing of a venison champion'parachute jumper is
"Padre, said the Diego collectedly -
From his mouth there issued
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open shank. "Ben he said
reassuringly Maj. Boris Kharakhonoff of the
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"do you not know? It ,
CHAPTER II-Continued sighs and burbles. Even the famil- '
"we 'be. Where did think
you Black
red
Monica. sea navy. He is said
-2- iar Ben too
snore was lacking; was 'be'?"
4.' "Impossible!" exclaimed the padre. you _to have dropped from a' height of
Curiosity was stronger than a weak to snore. Pardaloe, gnawing at what was ....- I
with the Indian. He "Monica whom I have known The third Bob Simms 40,813 feet, not opening his -
sense of'fatigue man, a left on the bone of his venison sad- parachute It.
= quickened his pace. Smoke at Los for so many years-whom I bap- half-breed Creek Indian, lay sleep- dle, spoke at ease. "Well, up to until he was only 2,100 feet '
Alamos-Diego said no more, but tized! Aid her, Diego. Rise" my ing more quietly a little apart from about a hour ago I thought I was from the ground. This drop of I

he thought much. poor child. Rise! Speak! the restless scout not, perhaps, in hell. .But I guess this must be 38,713 feet breaks all previous
ranch buildings of "Monica! he exclaimed as Diego more inured to hunger and hard- j
the
Just before Californy. Things seem to be cornin' Russian records, as well as the :
into view helped the sobbing woman to her ship than his fellow adventurersbut
Los Alamos were to come our way since Simmie brought American record, which was set I
uncertain feet. "Monica! What is
Diego stood still. "I am afraid, certainly more stoical in endur- gown this deer. Now, boys," he
last August by Willie ("Suicide")
the of this? What is the
meaning
Padre," he said slowly, "we shall ance. added precatorily, "hang on to every -
Jones
see the work of bad Indians at Los, meaning of this? Where" are your Hunger and ,the piercing night'air scrap of this meat-every scrap; Chicago Negro who jumped II
Alamos." master and mistress? presently roused Bowie from a trou- might not sight another for a week. 29,400 feet-Pathfinder.

"What do you mean; my son?" Monica falling again to her trem- Mountains is big around here, they I
bling knees, lifted her face as 'she
"Bad Indians. sure are. The highest is behind us. I 1
: "Yes, but what?" caught at his right' hand. "Woe is And I say, now while our stomachsis :
They followed the trail through a me, Padre! My master cruelly slain! full, push on. till we get' down I
field of wheat. "Look." Diego point- My mistress shamed unto death. ., where there's plenty of game. We're
:y; ed. The, ruins of Rancho Los Alamos Carmelita, Terecita, stolen by the / started downhill but we're too high !

t : were in full view. Padre wicked Indians. Only" Alfredito left. yet by near a mile, and going down- "Cap-Brush"Applicator i iI iI iI
Pasqual stared in amazement and Woe to Los Alamos! hill a mile is a ,long way unless you JUST A maker"BLACKLrAF40"
grief. His staff dropped from his Stunned, the missioner, and the neophyte fall down." I DASH IN FEATHERS., G0 MUCH FARTHER

: grasp. His hands parted in horror. listened to the horrible recital Pardaloe stretched out on the I

,, "Merciful God!" he cried in ago- of the murders. of.. the day be- ground. "If I had a pipe of tobacco I

ny. "What has been here?" He fell fore.Padre I'd call this a fair enough country.But I
on his knees, and,'with face uplifted Pasqual listened,to the end. there's too much snow on them Led by the Nose I

and eyes sightless, prayer poured He stood infirmly, leaning again on -tt high fellers-nights are too blamed The devil leads him by the nose r' '
from his trembling lips.It his staff with heart and mind liftedto cold. Well, Henry"-so the scout ad- Who the dice too often throws. .
was some moments before he heaven, poured out his grief in dressed Bowie-"if you say go, it's
? could compose himself. He held out prayer to his Maker. go; but give me one more hour at
a hand for Diego's help-the padre's The awesome spectacle of the ven- this deer-then I'll make a start.

knees were old-and, regaining his erable man,,heart-broken but silent, Lazily, but with a more hopeful
feet beside the silent Indian, took in petition before his God steadied sy view of life, the little party of Tex-
: from his hand the crude staff. "We Monica. ans made their way down the west-
must hasten, Diego, hasten," he exclaimed "At last," she said, gasping with \\ ern slope of the' Sierras. The difference -
unsteadily. "Why do you emotion, "the soldiers came. Alfre- between empty stomachsand
hesitate-why?" dito_ brought them. The house is \ full stomachs cheered them on

"Padre, first make sure bad In- burned; the quarters and the gran- their, way, and; the substantial remains -,
dians are gone. They might kill ary are burned., They rode ,away of their least they carried in
you," cautioned Diego. to pursue the savages; Alfredito } sacks, crudely skewered from the ,
rode with them Oh, Padre, he is so y 1 buck's hide. .
"No, no, exclaimed the padre, as
near impatience as he ever allowed brave, the poor, boy. He worshipedhis It was a rough and forbidding terrain -
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mother and his' little sisters. they were following. "Ain't seen :: .
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himself to stray. "That is nothing, .
1 What-what will become ,of them? I hide nor hair of a livin' critter all .i t
nothing!
The soldiers followed the trail far day," Ben rambled on as the sun
kill Padre "Monica what is the meaningof
"They might me, sug- ,
into the hills, but in the mountainsthe sank in the west. "Well, we chewed
gested Diego darkly. Indians fought and wounded so this? dry leather three days after we fin-

As the wind, blowing in a gust, many soldiers with their arrows, bled sleep. He started off to find ished your pony, Henry," he said to IIOST TO mOST
'- dies suddenly into calm, the mission the soldiers had to come back. They kindling chips. Bowie. "Guess fresh deer hide will

[ "veteran changed. "True, Di- buried the poor vaqueros on the hill I I Later, while he was stumbling keep us goin'. Why ain't this a good WHO UiSIT BALTimORE! I

:ego, he murmured, gently reproachful and carried the body of Don Alfredoto along in the faint light of dawn, place to camp for the night, right :Baltimore's newest, largest and finest 'tl r
3, of himself. "You might the presidio. And my dear mis- feeling here and there as his feet here? What say, Henry? Here's wa- hotel-700 rooms, equipped with ;
.: jbe in danger. Remain here, hidden tress, she is lost, lost. And my love- kicked into fragments of bark and ter handy." every luxury and modem conveni '
r {tin the wheat. I will go forward and ly, lovely children! My Carmelitalost rotten branches fallen 'from trees, Bowie was willing to camp, and ence. Fine restaurants serve the
t: ,report if there is danger." forever!" he became aware of an object distantly the peaceful Simmie never inter- world-renowned food that has made

Both men were striving for their "And Dona Juana, where is she silhouetted against the eastern posed objection on a minor point. bars Baltimore and a lounges Mecca for feature"gourmets"drinks;

'' :;own ends: the padre to keep his now?" asked the padre patiently. horizon. Noiselessly he sank flat to The spot, they had reached was mixed in the time-honored Maryland
,.:: 'devoted servant from harm, Diego "Irj the home of her sister, Dona the ground to look and listen. He close to the brink of a long ledge manner. Hates from $3 to $6 single.
:,' |'to keep his infirm master from Teresa, at the presidio. I walkedall thought the thing might be alive. that broke away below them,into an
:, harm. the way backhere, today to find, Some moments passed before he open flat. A mountain brook gurgled -
s";' "Tell me, Diego," said the padre, if possible, some garments for my could determine. Luckily he had it hard by. They built a fire,
< agitated, "can you'see anyone?" unhappy mistress." between him and the light. Patience laved, drank, and opened their reserves -

"I see a woman and. a boy. They "And had Don Alfredo no warn- and the rapidly growing dawn rewarded -. of raw venison. As they sat .
r:' ._ are fighting. She holds him and ing of this attack?" pursued the his vision. He was able to peacefully around their frugal fire J.
J. ," beats him with a stick." padre. see the object more clearly. Nor they mourned for tobacco.

': "It is Monica," said Diego in his Monica almost shrieked. as she was he long in identifying with it a Deprived of this, their only con- ...'7-
(', staccato accents. "Now the boy clasped her hands. "Warning upon' pair of antlers. Caution was nec- solation, the three indulged in a

: gets loose. He is running. She warning, Don Alfredo had! For a essary. The adventurers were Barmecide feast of the longedforweed.
;f:' chases. He is running into the wheat week I warned him. The cook told starved men. They had not tasted, .- The scout descanted on the
r p', to hide. Slower,- Padre. Have care! me the attack would come. I meat for ten days nor food for more beauties of well-cured Kentucky leaf
t;- You will fall!" begged my master to flee with the than three days; that buck meant' crushed in the pipe; Simmie' spoke .

t: Protests were lost on the aged family to the presidio. He only relief from hunger pangs. up modestly for willow Killickinnic; $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
man. With his hands outstretched laughed. 'Have I not had for a time "" He crept stealthily back to camp, Bowie thought just one cigar-only
in eager appeal as he stumbled on the boy of the chief Sobriano herein if such their halting place, for the one-would make him perfectly hap-
!, he sought to stay the angry Monica. my household?' he would say to night might be called. Since sleep is py. It was while this futile discus We Can All Be

She was already in the tall wheat, me. 'Sobriano will control the young the only substitute for food. and sion was going on that Simmie, ly o
furiously pursuing her escaping vic- men. He will not allow them to at- drink his companions were still ing, like his companions, on hir
tim. The two were running down tack us. We are as safe as Los asleep. He shook the scout care- back, pricked up his ears. Next he EXPERTBUYERS
the trail through the grain which Alamos, Monica, as they are at the fully and with a cautioning "Hist!" sat up and began to look around.
must soon bring them into the pad- : presidio.' The ,suppressed sound _woke the In- "What's a matter, Injun?" asked
re's arms when his shout reached "Only Sunday night the cook saidto dian also. Ben Pardaloe stirred. Pardaloe indolently.
r. the ears of both pursued and pur- me: 'Tomorrow they come' !' I "Wake up, Ben," whispered Bowie. "What's that noise?" asked ,the
suer. told "A buck. Wake up, Simmie," he
Don Alfredo. The Senora half-breed in turn. O In Information,
bringing us buying as
The Boy, seeing the advancing begged him to heed the warnings.He added to the Creek, "a buck." "You tell," retorted the scout. to prices that are being asked for
priest, halted, dumfounded. But only was impatient, but he yielded. Not a word answered him; no fur- Bowie, lost in thought, only heard what wo Intend to buy, and as to the
for an instant-then, tearing into the 'Tomorrow morning, then, we will ther word was needed. The two men the questions and listened for quality we can expect,the advertising
tall grain with the swiftness of a go, querida mia,' he told her. And were on their feet together. They sounds. Neither of the whites heard columns of this newspaper perform a
rabbit, he could only be followed then-next morning when he went to picked up their cold rifles. "Which anything, but as the Indian walked worth while service which saves us
with the eye as the swaying wheat get the horses they swept down -on way?" snorted Pardaloe, peering- quietly toward the edge of the long many dollars a year.

heads told of his flight. us. Woe to Los Alamos!" about. ledge both men sat up. Simmie, O It Is a good habit to form, the habit
Monica dashed ahead. Even the Diego asked a question-his first "To the east in the chaparral, behind a pine tree, looked down the of consulting the advertisements every ,
sight of the padre did not check her -in the Indian tongue. Monica an- likely hiding from panthers. Don'twaste great canyon and into the west. His time we make a purchase, though we ,-
hysteria. "Diego!" she cried loudlyto swered in Spanish. "It was that ammunition. We've none to instinct was not at fault. He beck- have already decided Just what wo
the padre's neophyte. "After boy," she cried, "that Indian fiend, spare." oned cautiously to his companions.When want and where we aro going to buyIt.
him! Do not let him go!" Yosco! Still my master would have "All right, Simmie," murmured they joined him he whisperedto It gives us the most priceless feelingIn
Diego stared but made no move. escaped with his life but for him. Pardaloe, addressing the Creek by Pardaloe to scatter the embersof the world: the feeling of being

He looked at the rapid parting of When Don Alfredo and the two vaqueros his nickname, "you stalk him." the fire, come back and lie down. adequately prepared.
the grain heads that marked the saw the Indians come they Minute after minute passed, with Peering together from this partial 0 When we go Into a store,prepared
boy's race to escape; but most of fled to the house for firearms. Yosco Bowie and the scout anxiously wait- cover, the Texan could make out ata beforehand with knowledge of what Is
all he stared at the strange Monicain accursed boy, barred the front ing. The mere prospect of food hadso considerable distance below a offered and at what price, we'go as ,
front of him. Her scant gown door against them! They could not excited the dormant salivary straggling procession of men on ponies an expert buyer, filled with self-confi
was in rags. Her features were get into the house; they were slaugh- glands of the hungry men that each winding their way up the long .de nee.It Is a pleasant feeling to have,
distorted with grief and rage. Her tered, all three, on the portico be- minute after the first was almost canyon grade. Reaching a wide- the feeling of adequacy.Most of the
In the world be tracedto
eyes, strained and tear stained, fore the barred door-barred by this torture. Yet both knew no more open space after some further trav- unhappiness can adver-
lack Thus
a of this feeling.
bulged in their sockets and still this could be done than the Indian woulddo. and its
she young fiend. And morning, back el, the procession broke tising shows another of Its manifold
'shouted at Diego in the Indian he came to steal the silver in the If the scout Pardaloe tried to horsemen made ready for a halt. facets-shows Itself as an aid toward
tongue as she pointed after the flee- house. I caught him. It is he thatI help the stalk he might only spoil For a long time the hidden men making all our business relationshipsmore
ing boy. was beating, and now he has things. They must wait and lick watched the scene with rapt attention secure and pleasant. .
"Woman!" exclaimed Padre Pas- escaped." their hopeful chops. speaking in whispers.TO .
qual. "Woman!" he repeated in The three moved slowly on throughthe "What's" keeping him half an hour ( BE CONTINUED) $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $
sterner command, for she scarcely wheat toward ,the ranch house. like this? grumbled Pardaloe. CARMEN OF THE RANCHO-2




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PAGE EIGin THE CLEWISTON !NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTE mER 27, 1010


Sheriff Returns football for the boys and volleyball Anita Ehney, Jackie Redish, Billy Rev. Vaughn the choir will sing Ignoring the proclamation of the

for the girls. Maynard David Golden, Ralph "0 Day of Rest" by Wordsworth, President in setting ThanksgivingDay

Escaped PrisonerLaBelle The first and second grades have Golden, Mary Bussell Dude Smith, "Softly and Tenderly", Thompsonand one week ahead, Governor Fred
exclusive use of the playground Jane Huff Albert Stephens Cleo "God So Loved the World" by P. Cone officially set the date for 4w:.
equipment on three days each week Scott, Bobby Courscn Shirley Stainer. .
Thursday, November 28 for tho
( News) and have organized activities the Krueger and Robert Jennings. Officers Sunday school at '9C5, B. C.
other two days. The third and are: Carline Berner, president; Flaniken, superintendent. State of Florida,
Sheriff H. L. DeLancy returned .
fourth also have been organizedfor Mary Bussell, secretary'and Carolyn I
Sunday night from Orangeburg S. Christian Endeavor will meet at
Robison .
other activities. treasurer.Fulminations f
C., :with George Harley Fitts, 7:30 Monday evening. Lee Pridgenis NOTICE TO APPEAR
escaped prisoner, who was captured Some new playground equipmenthas president and Miss Marion Ley-
been ordered to help carryout
last week when he returned to his dig sponsor. Florence Graham will
home at nearby Eutahville. the planned programs. Mrs. be the program leader. Membersare IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE I
of UNITED STATES FOR THE '
Essie Oliver
has supervision
Fitts is awaiting trial in circuit --' asked to read the book of Acts SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA -
court on a charge of breaking and this activity period. Continued from Page 4) and to tell about the 29 miracles.ST. I TAMPA DISTRICT.
and would-be officials. So, don'tbemisled
entering in connection with the Civil No. 303: T.
theft of an automobile July 1, from Several magazines have been by the charge of "mud- MARGARET'S CATHOLIC
the LaBelle Motors. He admitted obtained on nine month subscrip- slinging" by guilty candidate when CHURCH UNITED Petitioner STATES, 6r AMERICA,
tions for the library. These his opponent begins talking about
school
that he
to Sheriff DeLaney wall! Rev. Lawrence J. Flynn, Pastor
in on the job together with WIlli. Include Life, American Boy Read- the official, business' .or professional vsGovernment)-

Collier of Auburndale. er's Digest, Popular Mechanics, record he has made. Mass each Sunday morning at 8 Lots 1, 5, G, 7 and 10, in t:,'

Collier's first trial ended with Popular Science, Current History, If a candidate' has incompetently o'clockexcepting the last Sunday i I Section Section 6 7,, all Government In Township Lot South 1 in, .i.

the jury falling to agree on a National Geographic Time Education handled the duties of a public of- : of 'the month when the time is Range 29 East, Ilendry County
verdict. At that time Fitts wasa Digest. and others. Several fice; If he has been a failure in his 1030. Florida less parcels K, KA, KJ.: KK
KL and LH. as shown on plat of
state witness. The case was books for elementary use have also business undertakings; if he has Confessions are heard every Sat- the right of way for the Caloosa-

passed to the fall term for re-trial. been ordered. I failed in his profession or conducted urday evening from 7:30 until 8.30 hatchee 2, page 69 River, Public filed Records in Plat Hendry Book

Fitts broke Jail Sunday night, himself in an unethical or dishonor- and before all the Masses. County, Florida,

September 8. Before leaving town VOCATIONAL AGRICULTUREThe able way, the people certainly oughtto Weekday Mass every morning at HERBERT P. WILLIAMS, unmarried,
he stole a pair of handcuffs from vocational agriculture classes know about it. And he should 8:00 o'clock. and others named in the petition,

Sheriff DoLaney's car which was acknowledge with much appr'eclatlon not be able to keep the facts of his Devotions honor of Our Ladyof ..Respondents.THE .

parked at his home. On the way the leasing by the city of land public record from the people by Perpetual Help' are Conducted PRESIDENT:!! OF THE UNITED

back Sunday, Fitts led the officer for use In laboratory work. Thereis shouting "mud-slinging" when his Friday 'evenings at 8 o'clock followed ALL STATES, PERSONS, TO:
INTERESTED IN OR
to a patch of weeds near a road in about four acres of this land opponent starts- telling on him. by Benediction of the Most HAVING LIENS UPON THE PROP-

the vicinity of Moore Haven wherehe located in Block 144 near the. This bogey' about a politician Blessed Sacrament. ERTY HEREINAFTER IN THIS
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hid the handcuffs and 'where school grounds two acres of whichis i."talking too much" also needs to Religious Instruction Class for NOTICE DESCRIBED: .. r

they were found just as he left to be used for the class lab I be "drawn and quartered". Everynow children Saturday morning at nine WHEREAS petition has been
them.America's. plot and two acres for those mem- and then some Inarticulate, filed by the United States of America -
here
in Clewiston
and after Sunday in tho Division Court of the
I bers of the class who do not have mealy-mouthed weak-voiced, en- Mass in Pahokee. United States for. the Southern Dis-

DefenseContinued land of their own to cultivate and vious politician, who is holding office The Mass schedule of Pahokee is trict condemnation of FlorIda, for of: the acquisitionby

carry on their individual projects. through some freak of political 10:30 every Sunday, excepting the The perpetual right privilege
This land is being plowed and fortune such as grabbing onto' a last power and authority to enter and
Sunday of the month, when deposit upon Government Lots 1,
( from Page 1) prepared for planting this week popular issue at... the right time or Mass is. at eight o'clock. The public, 5. 6, 7 and 10. Section 6, and
of the American Heritage and the through the courtesy of E. M. being elected as "the lesser of two Government Lot 1 in Section 7, all
regardless of religious belief is always in Township 43 South. Range 29
American Way of Life, and to Cornette and actual planting opera- evils", comes out with the old welcome in this church. East, Hendry County, Florida, less i
instill in every American heart .he tions should be started soon. So moth-eaten thread-bare antiquated Parcels K, KA KJ. KK, KL and LH "

burning determination to' defend far the only work done has been wheeze, "let's quit talking and goo :FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH way as shown for the on Caloosahatchee plat of the right River of e.t"

that Way of Life against all forces classroom work. work." Rev. H. C. Meador, Pastor filed in Plat Book 2, page 69,
public records of Hendry County,
that seek to destroy It. Usually this kind of. .an outburstis Florida, earth, spoil and other material -
To arouse public opinion to the ENROLLMENTThe a none too thinly veiled attackon The Friendly Church excavated in the Improve-

necessity of supplying equipment l. I total enrollment of the some gifted, articulate official, Sunday school 9:45 a. m., B. ment, of construction the Caloosahatchee and maintenance River-

Great Britain in her war against: school at the beginning of the who has the power of speech to E. Herring superintendent. and Canal and in Hendry County,

totalitarianism, to insure the USA second week was 301, 'an increase express himself forcefully and con- Morning worship 11:00 a. m in Florida which; petition the following are

against the possibility of being the bf two during the week. This is vincingly on important public ques- and 8:00 p. m. sermon by pastor.: named respondents: Herbert P. Williams I

lone Democratic Nation in a warlike expected to be materially raised tions. The political mutes who Training Union worship meets unmarried, unmarried Fannie: D.Emma Williams Williams, unmarried -,

world of slavery controlled by Dic- within the next few weeks. By break out with this moldy wise- 6:45 p, m., Arch Hodgesdirector.. 'I : Edwin R. Williams and Anna 1 1I
tators. grades the attendance is as follows crack, "stop talking and go to Evening 'V. Williams, his wife; Isabella M. i
worship, 8:00 p. m. I Williams a widow; Arthur T. Williams -
To. uphold the Monroe Doctrine : First 28; second, 32; third work", have no thought of doing Intermediate G. A's. at the church Jr., .and Emma Rochelle Wil- I I

and to develop a relationship of 30; fourth 27; fifth, 32; sixth either. They haven't the, capacityto 2:30 Monday afternoon. I and Hams Testament as executors of Arthur of the T.Last Williams Will, "rJ

mutual understanding and cooper- 40; seventh, 24; eighth, 22; ninth talk so that anyone will listen Sunbeams at the church at 4:00p. I deceased: Arthur T. Williams, Jr. individually ..

ation, with all American countries., 22; tenth; 22; eleventh 11 ; to them and they most certainly I m. Monday afternoon. wife; Emma and Claire Rochelle Drew Porter Williamshis and',

To urge compulsory selective military twelfth, 13.JUNIOR. don't have any idea of "going to Junior:G. A's. Wednesday at 3:30p. : Garret Porter, her husband; Lucy
work"; they are in politics to Starke Williams, unmarried: and
training, as recommended 1-y m. at the church. Herbert Drew, unmarried, Isabella
the War and Navy Departments, GARDEN CLUB' avoid "going to work." Royal Ambassadors Friday nightat :Milling Drew, unmarried, Katharine
and immediate training for the Na- The Garden Club of the elementary One of the most essential qualifications 7:30'.p.. m. Frances Drew, unmarried, and George
Frank Drew, unmarried, as heirs at
tional Guard and the organized grades has organized for the for most branches of public Regular mid-week: prayer service law of Isabella :M. Drew deceased;
serves. third year. service is the ability to talk clearly nil as heirs at law Marcellus. A.
Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m. Williams deceased.
To awaken the public to the ,The triangle. .in front, of the new and convincingly. Most ,of the NOW THEREFORE you, and the
urgent need for the fullest develop- high school building will be rearranged "work" of many public positions above named respondents, and each

ment of army and navy air basesat by our landscape gardener consist in talking. It is difficultto .................................... of you in and or all having other an persons interest concerned in-,
strategic points, on the Florida Dick Owen. We shall have besides see how a person can serve satis- or lien upon the above described prop- V
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peninsula. the fish pond bird bath and sundial factorily in the legislature or executive RUMFORD R'DDLESWhat's and erty, appear you are in hereby said notified United States to be

To encourage citizens to send a rock garden. Each club I branches of government unless District Court for the Southern Dis-
trict of Florida, at Florida, Ton
will of its to he can talk effectively. Tampa
communications to The Presidentand have a plot own more popular thanan the 15th day of October, 1940, to
The Members of the Congress plant the kind of flowers they want. When a politician begins to sound!. All-American football hero ? show what interest or lien you, 'or
will off "let's talking and to any of you. have in or to the above
that'the sentiment of .public'opinion There be other plots for stop go described thereof
property, or any part -
may be crystalized and felt in the gerberas and rose bushes and. abed work"" it usually means that he, and to show cause, if any you
National Capitol. for shrubs. himself, is incapable of saying anything or any of you have, why aid prop-
erty should not be taken by United
The members of the different that is worth listening; to, States of America for the purposesset
clubs are as follows: and that he is green with envy of forth in said petition; and this
on penalty of you and each and all I
Fourth Grade Members-Robert some public official who is rendering of you, the said respondents being't4


Hanna, Robert Wiandt Charles his forceful and convincing talk. WITNESS the Honorable William J.

Miner, Ray Croy, Corrinne Von Barker United States District Judge
and likewise the undersigned as
The recreational period for pupilsof Mach, Billy Arnette, Leila''Ada'ms, REV. VAUGHN. TO PREACHAT Clerk of said District Court at Tampa,
the elementary grades has been Danny Martin and Wiley Daniels. COMMUNITY CHURCHRev. I Florida, this the llth day of Septem-
her 1940.
organized on a two-week's basis Officers are: Danny Martin, presi- I Attest A True Copy

so that the program can be changed dent; Robert Charley, secretary and Arthur .P. Vaughn of Fort EDWIN R. WILLIAMS
Clerk, U. S. District Court,
at the end of that period to Charles Miner treasurer. Myers who was guest ministerat Southern District of Florida.By .
RUMFORD Baking Powder-it's af phosphate I
include a variety of activities.The Fifth Grade Members-Katherine the Clewiston Community church I NETTIE TIDWELL, D. C.
Right for every recipe every lime. Never leaves THOMAS :McE. JOHNSTON,
grades have been divided Dyess Betty Lou Emrich Carline last Sunday will occupy the pulpitat a bitter toite Send for FREE recipe book.Address t i I Attorney at Law

into squads, the fifth and sixth Berner, Betty 'Dixon, Bobby Knight, the service Sunday morning. Rumford Baking Powder, Box B, Rumford, R. I I. I j I Miami, Florida

grades now being engaged in touch I Billy Haynie Carolyn Robison, I In addition to the sermon by .................................... I|I I No. 218. it.Attorney Sept 13-20-27.for Petitioner.Oct. 4, 1940 f.,




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