The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00807
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 4, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00807
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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TIGERS WILL OPEN Bus Not Line Yet Hearing Concluded I ELLENDER BILL IS / Committee Named For 'j


,The hearing being conducted. in .

MOORE HAVEN Miami this week by the State Rail-

road Commission'to determine --

whether the Florida Motor Linesor I County Board Closes W T. Hull Is Named

the Glades K. Lines shall be
Coach R. W. Turk announced this A report from Washington yesterday -
granted franchise to operate buses I morning indicated that at leasta Chairman Turk To
week that his Tigers would} invade ,; Fiscal Year MondayThe ;
, from Miami over Road ,26 to the
of Florida's
Moore Haven next Friday afternoonfor part, congressional,
Glades and thence through central: delegation had agreed to Head
the first six-man football gameof supportthe Group Here
Florida ,to Tampa, had not been bill
the season against, Coach Hardy's Ellender sugar which per- board of county commissioners -

Terriers. concluded yesterday and was mits the payment of parity pay- held the final meeting of the

pected, by local men attending.ex-I ments to those cane 'growers ,:who fiscal on Monday for the Circuit Court Clerk W.: T. Hull
Injuries and illness' have caused year pur-
last through to last night. exceeded their crop, quota last year pose of closing out all business has been selected as chairman of a
considerable trouble this week during -
Hearings for the Florida Motor the few months committee for handling the regis-
during the
possible before the beginning of
scrimmage sessions but Coach I
Lines wer'e held but there
Monday tration under the
cut off. In return for this selective serviceact
were the new The first meetingin
Turk feels that he will be able to witnesses year. ,
were so many appearing legislation it appears that they will the new wills be held next for Hendry County on October "
offer the Moore Haven team plentyof year
for the Glades 'K. Lines' that afteran ,;:
make no fight against the continu- Tuesday. Mr. Hull has named the following .
opposition. Charles Turner frac- all-day session Tuesday the meeting :
ance of the Sugar Act for another other members of the committee -
tured a bone ,in his arm the middleof was' adjourned until Wednesday Clerk W. T. Hull reported to the : County Judge W. T. ,':
the week and will of be year. board that the
course, afternoon. In the meantime many county closed the Maddox and County SuperintendentS.

,_ out of the line-up. Jack' Waters ,: other witnesses went to Miami from ,It is understood that the Ellenderbill year owing very little money and A. Graves of LaBelle and R. W. r
has been ill this week but would provide for the harvest- with affairs in '
may the Glades area to appear in behalfof generally, very good Turk, J. E. Beardsley and C. E. :
recover in time for service next ing of any cane planted prior to condition.
Mrs. M. M. Kettner and the
I Miner in Clewiston. Mr. Turk will 'I
1 1940 when the
week. January quotas
Glades_ K. Line. The board submitted an offer to head the Clewiston group.

Probable starting line-up for the Among those attending the, meet- were again imposed after being the state extension service to re- 'I
October 16 has been declared a /
the : ;
lifted declaration
game will be Jim. Davis, ,center; ing from Clewiston were F. D. following of hire Grover C. Hodge as, county school holiday for the entire state i
in Benefit
/ A. D. Frith, left end; Paul Slonaker, Duff, R., Y. Patterson, D. ,G. Alston, war September. pay- agent for Hendry County. Hodge, ". I
and the teachers
asked to'
are report 1
ments be
right end; Sam Lang, rIght, half; E. L. Stewart, J. E. Beardsley, C. would made on a basis of who held the county agent's posi-

Carol Redish, left half and Bill L. Downs, Ed Collyer and Peter 110 per cent of the proportionate' tion for both Glades and Hendry as usual and assist in any way "
possible with the registration. It I
twenty-five ,
Vent, tailback. Chagaris. Mr. Stewart also attended share acreage or acres I county, resigned in March to run '
is also intended that' the date shall I
whichever is the
the larger. 'For
the Young Democrats meeting in for political office in Glades coun-
Games scheduled so far are as
be pretty well regarded as a legal
I Miami Saturday. Part of the first five hundred acres the grower ty. If re-hired it will be for Hendry ; I
follows: Moore Haven, there, October group holiday despite the fact that a .
would be
penalized $10 acre
11; Boca Grande, there, October returned home Monday night, some I and for all over that $20.00 per county alone.Game holiday cannot be declared without, ..1 ,

18; Pompano, here (night) I Tuesday and others did not getaway There per an act of the Legislature., Every .,}':
acre. was no apparent -
October 25; :Moore Haven, her, until Wednesday night. provision ':,j
for its operation after sales Commissio'nInvestigates employer is, being'urged to permit .
' November 1; Open, November 8; I reached the Secretary's determination employees within the age limits of .:'I

Pompano, there, November 16; November Hendry CountyMotors of marketing, quotas. TrainingOf 21 and 35 as much time off as :

22, open; November 28 I necessary during the day to take "
(Thanksgiving) Boca Grande, here. Contacted relative to the'new
Begins ConstructionOf In care of this registration.'j,
Dogs County
An ,attempt is being made to sche- I legislation Wednesday, Jay W.
So far, according to a statement
dule games for the open dates, Moran, vice-president' and general '
Two New :,I
Buildings made today by Mr. Hull, only
,probably with Jupiter.Community manager of ,the United States Sugar '
Corporation stated that he had L. G., Bruce, State Game and general plans ar'e known and thereis

not seen a copy of the bill and Fresh Water Fish Commissioner! much detail yet to be worked ,'}''J
Church Has Some material is on the groundand out. He feels that Clewiston will
consequently was unable to discuss 'on Sunday, September 15, together 'd

construction is scheduled to its merits or demerits but that "any with his chief conservation officer, offer the greatest problem of any ,.

J Prospective Pastor HereSince start this week-end Hendry on the new extension amendment to the existing sugar Frank Smoke, of Punta Gorda and section of Hendry county in that -:,'f

to the County law which does not permit market- the local game warden W. Hooks, there are so, many residents within ..

,Motors building and on the new ing above the> present marketing made an investigation of the bird these age limits. This is particularly '. i I

the resignation of Rev. business building to be located a quota is of no earthly use to us". dog' training activities, of -C. O. true of the negro cane workers :
short west ,'
distance of the main
Kent Pendleton as pastor of the Watson, who is conducting a training and these workers will no doubt 'i'I'i
The Ellender bill has been '
building to be used as headquartersand referred -
Clewiston Community Church ,the camp on property of Joe Hend- (Continued on Page 8) :;
display for the Hydraulic to as a. "sop" to 'Florida : "
pulpit has been filled by visiting space ry, east of LaBelle. Mr. Bruce, ,
,Tractor Sales Company. and Louisiana growers so that the ,
ministers. The pulpit committee stated that he had had complaintsfrom
'I? has 'made contact w!lh Veviral;" ; 'ministers The. extension ,to,." &e present present sugar' act" expiring this people in both 'Clewiston :and J. F. Tippey' Begins !

building will be thirty feet year, may be extended through i
1 who may be available as the garage LaBelle to the effect that Mr. Wat-
regular pastor and arrangements wide and fifty feet deep and will 1941. However, Congressman Peter- son was acting ,in violation of the Building New Home 1,
be entirely fireproof. The walls son of this district says that he '
have been made whereby two of : game laws of this state. Mr. Bruce I
will be of concrete block construction does not consider it as such and -
these ministers will come to ClewS went to the training camp conduc II I
the roof of steel truss design will make as determined a fight as Those who may be curious as to
iston so that the entire congregation ted by Mr. Watson and made in-
the same as in the present buildingand previously planned, against the sug- what type of house a contractor "
may have an opportunity to quiry into his methods and the t,
the floor of concrete. The ar act and is'urging Senators will build for himself have an op-
hear them before a call is made. extent of his operations in training
front of the building will be attractively Pepper and Andrews to do likewisein portunity now to have their curiosity f

At this time no minister has been stuccoed to match the the Senate even to the extent ofa bird dogs. satisfied for J. F. Tippey, 'f

,secured for the coming Sunday, present building. filibuster. Mr. Bruce stated that he was local building contractor, began the ',r

October 6, and in all probability convinced that Mr. Watson was
On the west side of the addition construction this week 'of his own I

there will be an old-fashioned song will be a car display room about not attempting to kill, or destroy' home on Atlantic Avenue just east I

service. On r'Sunday, October 13 eighteen by twenty-five feet. On any of the game in his operations, of the 'Community Church manse. "'"'

the pulpit will be filled by Rev. the east side will be the officesin : NEGRO IS KILLED and that he did not, in fact, carrya The home will be of concrete ..1 I

Marshall of Lakeland. Rev. Marshallis gun in the field while traininghis j
a room extending almost as deepas block construction with plastered

highly recommended by a num- the display room allowing room WHEN AUTO TURNS dogs. There remained, how- interior and 'stucco exterior finish. i.
ber of people who know him. ever, the purely technical legal be
only in the rear for a storage space Asbestos cement shingles
Tno following three Sundays, Oc- I and toilets. The remainder of the question as to whether or not the used on the roof and the founda- h

tober 20, 27 and November 3 the room will be used for car storage. OVER ON ROAD 25A necessary pursuit of' the game by tion will be of the concrete wall :I

pulpit will be filled by Rev. Martin Plate glass windows will be placed the dogs during tlie closed season, type. The bath will be tiled Jind :

of Alexis, Illinois. Rev. and Mrs. in front of the showroom and I I constituted a :violation of the spirit all windows will have steel sashes. r

Martin are coming to Clewiston for (Continued on Page 8) '
flourescent lighting is planned for
negro hitch-hiker was killed The house, 50 feet by 32 feet

three weeks and are travelling the building.The and three other occupants of the lies lengthwise along the street I',
quite a distance to get acquaintedwith
tractor sales building will
Construction Of New with the front entrance onto a
the people of, Clewiston.The (Continued 8) car escaped serious injury when a ,
on page large porch at the east end. The

people of Clewiston are very 1939 model Chevrolet coach, drivenby Durrence Home BegunPaul living room, dining' room and I.'

fortunate that their committee has Bruiser Built ForCO1servation Leland Miller of-Belle Glade, blewa kitchen are located In ,order west- ,I

been able to arrange to bring each tire and overturned about three ward from the entrance ,on the :

of these ministers here. It is the south side. Off the kitchen is a
Agent began the constructio -
miles west of the LaMooreton Club Bussey
expressed wish of the
small. utility room which opens onto
this week of a new home for
everyone avail themselves of this morning. The, car, owned by
the back entrance. A hall way
\ Mr. and Mrs. Foy F. Durrence at
this opportunity to hear and become A 25 foot ,cabin cruiser is being T. J. Crosby of Belle Glade, was the corner of Ponce De Leon and leads between the two bedroomsin

acquainted with the ministers constructed at a Clewiston boat- badly wrecked.It Atlantic Avenues 'near the A. W. the northeast and northwest

who are being considered for the ways for the State Game and Fish is understood that Miller picked Lawrence; home. corners of the home and the bath

pastorate. Department, the boat being intended the three hitchhikerswho entrance is from this hallway.Oak .
negro Two large lots have been obtainedby
for use as a patrol boat in Lake floors will be used throughout -
were, presumably, on their way Mr. Durrence and the home will lI :
\ Cornette Building Okeechobee by the district conservation to Clewiston. When the accident face toward the street the house and a number of large
officer. interSection'j linen and clothes closets are built
occured the one sitting beside It will be thirty-six
Bill Johnson is building the boat, in. Built-in cabinets will also be J,
t t' Miller in the front seat attemptedto
5-Room, Bungalow two feet overall ,and will have two
: which will be turned over to the and but arranged in U-shape in the kitchen. J.:
the door
open jump bedrooms, living room, dining room,
department November 1st. Mr. Tippey expects to do a great:
was apparently caught etween; the kitchen and bath. A garage located 1
;' Clewiston is becoming increasingly part of the work on the home himself -
door the ,il
A five-room frame bungalow was and the pavement as car back of the house and approached
/ started this morning by J.F.. popular as a center for sport overturned and his head crushed. by; a driveway from Atlantic Avenueis and anticipates the cost at
fishing on Lake Okeechobee. Each something near' $4,000. I
Tippey for E. M. Cornette on Jots None of the other three car occupants also being constructed.The I
season additional boats are. madeor
he recently acquired just back of received anything more home will be of frame construction -
purchased and brought in to CLEWISTON STUDENTS RECEIVE
bruises and
damaging than
Hendry County Motors and facing
the Clewiston dock, and during the scratches.. with plastered interior ROTC COMMISSIONS AT U. OF F.
Pasadena Avenue. and asbestos shingle roof. The
season all available, boats
The will have The car brought to Clewis- exterior will be of
building an exterior for rent are kept busy, was : finish re-sawn Clewiston's three senior students '

.. of novelty siding, plaster interior, Mr. Johnson has recently com ton by a wrecker of the Hendry cypress siding. Cost is placed at at the University of Florida, Coburn 'I
asbestos roof and County Motors. Miller rode hereon about Mr. estimates
shingle concrete $6,000. Bubbey
pleted the construction of a new Moore, Robert Y. Patterson and
foundation with a porte cochere at the wrecker and left immediatelyfor that it will require about nine
dock the
at his fishing camp near the j Janis W. Beardsley, are among
one, end similar to the houses built hurricane Belle Glade. weeks to complete. students who .I
gates. A gasoline tank 95 senior military
by Royal Lumber Company near has been placed on the dock for A coroner's inquest was quickly have been named cadet officers of

the schoolhouse. use in refueling boats. held at the scene of the accident KIWANIS CLUB ENJOYS the University's artillery ROTC regi- I

Mr. Cornette expects torrent: the, and a verdict of unavoidable accident QUIZ PROGRAM WEDNESDAYThe ment this year. Each of these boys

home to one of his employees. ALSTON'S NEW FOUNTAINDave returned. .--- received a commission as second I I

\ Kiwanis Club, at the regular lieutenant. II
DUPLEX Alston has recently installed GRAVES AT AMERICAN +
, APARTMENT IS meeting Wednesday night held a

::.;:,' ;' BUILT BY H. C. JONES a new Nelson liquid carbonic LEGION CONVENTION quiz program similar in some respects SUGGS PURCHASE HOME

lk; I I'M I soda fountain in his drug store in to several on current events .--

'..: ,;:J.,' A greater part of the construction the east end of town. The new Clewiston Post No. 93, American which have been held recently. G. B. Suggs has just purchasedthe I

;1', '. has been completed this fountain has a front finished in Legion, was represented at the national Questions used were the first fifteen home on Ventura Street, recently -
week of
red and black to match the chairs convention held in Boston Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
"J.' a duplex frame apartment from a booklet issued recently by vacated by
. ,''. \; being built by H. C. Jones which near is and tables which have been in use last week 'by Steve A. Graves, of the magazine "Time". E. M. Warren. The house was owned by

I his home on Sagamo"1 Avenue. for some time. It is trimmed with LaBelle. Mr. and Mrs. Graves attended Cornette appeared to be the best Mr. and Mrs. John A. Stone, who
chromium and has stainless steel the convention and its at- : posted Kiwanian present on current remodeled it, adding considerablyto
The building is tncnty-two feet working surfaces. The fountain hasa !
tendant festivities and are now events and won the prize with an 'its size.

is by the twenty-eight fee' /riPaul 'Bussey five hundred pound ice cream visiting relatives in Canada before I average of 86J/ per cent, missing Mr. and Mrs. Suggs moved In .

contractor.. capacity. -, -..,.-3LI returning home. only two questions. this week. -, ..j

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By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST.ugieD. pRP uKt.t it will 1
Dean of The Moody Bible vorvdering |i
Despite That of Chicago.: B EN ,
"But for Edison we shouldn't servk. (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) 'tbet

have ,had the motion ,picture, the YE SCRIBES r Washington C. But dun yov tt.lk i

(talking" machine, or the tele When Hi Moderwell was covering Lesson for October 6 SECRET BRITISH WEAPONBritain's it tJl over yov .see-

phone. the Rome beat for a Chicago gazettehe fht life 'in tKc.
"Yes; but I still think he was a exposed some Fascist barba- new secret anti-aircjaft I
Lesson subject and Scripture texts selected
which is described 'tbstrtct
weapon neither -
as b
great ,man. risms. This so incensed one of them, and copyrighted by .International, quite f
dance Council of Religious Education: used by "gun ray, nor balloon," is the '
he slapped Hi's face during a ,big thirvafW" o
Women with the most cheek permission most,ingenious defense instrumentthe 'O-
Not wishing to cause any excitement "
don't always do the most,blushing. war has yet devised, according
because his companionthe LUKE AND HIS GOSPEL
military reports received'here.It ok
How It's DoneTeacherWWieyou ( wife of a friend) expected an
consists of a shell which when
explain to heir, Moderwell ignored .the insult LESSON TEXT Luke 1:1-4: Acts 1:1;
may :Rumanian cri- Colossians 4:14; n Timothy 4lla. fired by an anti-aircraft gun, ex- J-
the class how we hear things. The next day a
GOLDEN Text-It seemed good to me also plodes at a desired level and
releases -
Willie-Pa tells 'em to ma as a secret, sis forced him to fly to Bucharest.At to write that thou mlghtest.know
end she tells 'em,to the bridge club as f once Rome was sprayed with talk the certainty of those things wherein thou a new kind of gas. This gas WNU Service.,

.ecret and then they're broadcast.A that the American was a coward. hut been Instructed.-Luke 1:3. 4. has the same density' as air and
does not dissipate. It holds
That he had been slapped and then togetherand
GIVE-AWAY Reading a book is a privilege and constitutes a sort of invisible
left Italy by plane, etc. I
should be an illuminating and :stir- balloon. The gas is harmlessexcept -

When Hi returned to Rome his best ring experience. What a''pity thatso when it explodes, and then it' CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

pals told him the only way to disinfect few read good books in our day! possesses tremendous destructive

LL4Blllll the ugly situation would be to To study a book is a far more fruit- power.,

fight a duel. The challenge becamethe ful Explosion is
and interesting experience. Few by ignition. An air-

topic of every European corre- are the books worthy of prolongedand plane engine roaring through one of

spondent, but Hi had other ideas repeated study. Therein do we these gas masses ignites it and
) .Os.-; He entered the explosive Fas-
find one of the great differences between causes an explosion which tears the REMEDYASTHMALINE
.11 i e t cist's lair told him Americans do
books of men and God's Book plane to, pieces. That is the way

"George, I mended that hole in not fight with swords and then flattened -the Bible. Again and again we the British are reported to be using .
Instant Asthma relief You be the Judge.
him with sock the jaw
a on
your pocket. turn to its pages and find its truth it. Free samples. Send no money W. W.
"Thanks! How did you know, if :. Then Hi challenged him to a inexhaustible, ever interesting, in- TRANAU Box 60, Douglas City Calif.

was there?" 'duel with swords, pistols or anythingelse forming, .and soul-stirring in its NEW AID FOR BRITAIN

The next day the duel
beauty and Another-historic move to aid Great
cancelled because Moderwellwas New York Failed to Vote
The Glutton was Britain almost
We recognize that the Holy Spiritis as significant as the

Street Performer-Ladies and : not a gentleman! the real author of the Word (II destroyer-islands deal, is now on '

gentlemen, in a few moments I Tim. 3:16; II Pet. 1:21), but He President Roosevelt's desk., New York failed to cast its vote

will astonish you by eating coal, This legend concerns Ted Thack- chose and used human writers. As It is a plan to sell to the British for President in the first election,

stones and nails. I will also swal-i ery, the Post's managing editor. we begin a six-month study of the 30 merchant vessels owned by 'the which made Washington Presi-
Ted has the distinction of becomingthe
low a sword, after which I will Gospel according to Luke, we prop- United States government and now dent. As the Constitution provided ir

come round with the hat, trusting m. e. of a paper he once peddledin erly ask about both the author and tied up in the James river, Virginia.The each state to ,
was appoint
the Midwest Then he came pres-
to get enough for a crust of his writing.I. vessels, built during the
to New York, and because his boss World idential electors "in such a man-
bread. war, are desperately neededby
Voice in the rear-What! Still paid him off in bigger compli- The WriterLuke.Our Great Britain because of her se- ner as the legislature thereof may

ments than wages, he developed a direct." In states electors
hungry? information regarding Luke is vere shipping losses in submarineand some

cynical attitude .. '. As a result, he ,found in the New Testament, in the aerial warfare.In for the first election of 1789 were

summer home was demoted to a ''job on 'one of thepublisher's introductory words of the books he the once-scorned James river chosen by popular vote; in others,
The new was
named "The Nutshell." It bore its other rags ,. He surprised wrote (Luke and Acts) and in the fleet, controlled by the maritime the legislatures appointed them.

c i the higher-ups by accepting writings of his friend and co- commission, are the only ready- The New York legislature could
name but a short time because the
f I it, and so they fired him. Very unfairly worker, Paul. There we learn of his made vessels in the world today
owner became exasperated by not agree on the manner of select-
he felt Despite his
years that be in .
f.. boys who called nearly every day with the outfit, he was left penniless.He 1. Nationality" and Religion. His fleet can consists purchased of 92 ,quantity.The of about ing the electors. As a.result, none

f to ask: "Is the Colonel in?" had the courage to perform this name, "Luke, is a contraction of ships was chosen, and New York failed "?'
8,000 to 10,000 tons each. The
the Greek "Loukios" and -
legendary exploit. He ,returned to I name are in fair condition to' cast any vote for President.- ,..,
gines having
since we know from Colossians 4:11 ,
l"F the town where he was a noted figure Pathfinder.
been turned
and 14 that he was not "of the circumcision over periodically by
and on the same corner where
the However considerable
know he Gen- navy. ,
we was a
: he started peddling'papers, he oncemorenewsboy'd tile and evidently'a Greek. When, repairs will have to be made to other

t' the paper of whichhe where and by whom he was won to parts of the ships, by the British,

once was head man The totaling $165,000 each. DON'T BE BOSSED
Christ, we do not know. We do
town buzzed with the tale'and his
know that this 'intelligent Greek, The British plan to offer about $30a
shamefaced employer, rather than ton for the vessels which is BY YOUR LAXATIVE-RELIEVE
versed in all the philosophies of the considered -
have "the story" confirmed, made perfection of personality, found in I high in view of the fact that CONSTIPATION. MODERN,WAY

< him m. e. again-but ,of.a branch Christ the fulfillment of all his desires they will have to spend $165,000 or .When you feel gassy, headachy, logy
t.E publication in China. due to clogged-up bowels, do as millions
\ ,;. ,.,1., and dreams. about $20.per. ton for repairs. The r do-take Fetn-AMint at bedtime. Next

total price paid to the United States morning-thorough, comfortable relief,
the 2. Profession-a Physician (Col. 4: 0
E During exciting twenties Vic
for the ships will be in the neighbor- helping you start the day full of your r
o 14. See also medical terms in all
: Watson, then city ed of 'the N. Y.
hood of $8,000,000, while the total normal energy and pep, feeling like a
ri.r-;, American, assigned reporter Nat his writings). Luke wrote scholarly British repair bill will be about million! Feen-A-Mint doesn't disturb y' I
.: due to Lonstipation// Ferber to expose crooked brokerage Greek; he was familiar with the lile your night's rest or interfere with work tha

l{" Dr. Hitchcock's All-Vegetable' houses These bucketshops were of a sailor(Acts 27); he joined'withhis $5,000,000. e next laxative day. Try Feen-A-Mint, the chewinggum
,yourself It tastes good it's
" Laxative Powder an intestinal cleaning up, trimming the chumps, scientific accuracy an esthetic FROM MISSOURIOne handy and economical...a family supply
(, tonic-laxative-actuallytoneslazy 'and to do this they had powerful culture revealed in his writings. of the costs only
greatest publicity
=- bowel muscles. It helps relieve 3. His Friends. A man's friends FEEN.A.'MINT
underworld contacts of .
,4 that sluggish feeling. 15 doses for course drives in U. S. political history is 10*
indicate his character. Luke hada
cents. That's just what Watson and Ferbersuspected I
only 10 Large family size 25 about to be launched. I

cents. At all druggists. One day while they close friend and possibly a patron, From thousands of billboards,

attended a hearing of a brokeragecase "his excellency" Theophilus (Acts window movie .iEvil'
posters, signs,
.j held in a deserted street late 1:1; Luke 1:3), evidently a man of screens, radios and sound trucks, Means ;ti
hi the and ability. He also let ''imagine that he .
OWDErlHeart's night, Ferber happened to standing was a the 'voters of the country will be Never man

look out a window and noticed that close friend and fellow laborer with bombarded with arguments, slogans can pursue a good end by ,evil

in every doorway a figure lurked perhaps the greatest man of all and oratory until November 5 as means, without sinning against his

He thought fast He time, Paul the apostle. to why Wendell Willkie should be own soul! Any other issue is

: Envoy phoned his paper to rush down every 4. His Activities. Fellow missionary elected 'President of the United doubtful; the evil effect on himselfis

The tongue is the ambassador of photographer on the staff-to take with Paul (Acts 16:11; 20:5, 6, States. certain.-Southey.

the heart.-Lyly. photos of every person on that street and elsewhere), physician, preacherof The campaign will be under the

When the flashlights poppedthe the gospel, and author. auspices of the Republican national

lurkers fled The camera- The Book-the Luke. committee, but its real authors area
n. Gospel by
GIVE THE AIR TO men did a swell job-many photos of live-wire St. Louis busi- :
written book be OMEN yf40S'
matched several To have a may a
& ti SNIFFLESPENETROoN rogues gallery headed
Rembrandts. doubtful distinction, but to have ness men by bustling Edgar
DolI Queeny president of the 'Monsanto
write ,
been used of the Holy Spirit to
this Chemical company, one of, the big- Read This Message
George Bernard Shaw's music such a book as Gospel-what an Important
: gest such firms in the country.An .
"People who'read my Prefaces are honor and privilege! Following Dr. 'Do you dread those 'try 1r years" (38 to6Z ,
Beyond Help original Willkie booster, )? Are you setting moody cranky and
G. Campbell Morgan, we note:
Too repelled by what they choose to NERVOUS Do fear hot flashes,weak-
late the bird cries out whenit Queeny has been giving a large partof you
term my arrogance-their word for 1. Its Subject. "The Word" (Luke ening dizzy spells Are}'ot0 ealous of attentions ,
is caught. his time to the of
about the job electinghim. other women get THEN LISTEN-
He wrote perfect
my habit of telling the painful truth. 1:2) He lunches daily with a ;score These symptoms often result from female
And people who read what other personality of Jesus Christ, but he, functional disorders start today and take
of politically smart friends, and it famous Lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
John John 1:14)
like ( recognizedthat
folks say about me are revolted by at these informal that' pound. For over 60 years Pinkham's Compound -
the divine and eternal was powwows thousands of
AT callousness-the it was has helped hundreds of
".: OOO r my average journalist's Word which became flesh in the the nation-wide publicity plan grateful women to go"smiling thru"difficult
M ti rsRHEUMATISMS word for the irritating way per- ,evolved. days. Pinkham's has helped calm unstrung
1':' sroats in which I keep my head while the fect humanity of Jesus Christ. nerves and lessen annoying femalo functional -
Originally Missouri was to stage "irregularities." One of the men tto*
a pulltgs rest of mankind are losing theirs 2. Its Sources. He doubtless read fire "woman's" tonics. Try ill
[ national
.a01R the show alone, but the
Thus, everyone who doesn't what many had written (Luke 1:1).
committee was so impressed
know me firmly believes me- to be He also talked with "eyewitnesses"Luke
its possibilities that Queeny was WNU-7 40 40
the ( 1:2) and "ministers of theword"
quite most unpleasant
person had known the Lord. asked to apply it to the entire coun:
alive; and as a all I
leS edRe&L have to do with people who meet me 3. Its Method. He "traced the try. He responded with character 'Essence Friendship .'

for the first time is to be just rea- course" (for so does the R. V. properly istic zip.Through. his influence, ,five leading Sincerity, truth, faithfulness, .!
1:3) of the
sonably polite, in order to conveyan translate'Luke ma- advertising firms went to work with come into the very essence of'friendship.William
impression 'of superhuman terial he gathered; that is, he did Ellery Chan-
and the agency that handles the Monsanto -
charm." original research investigation

always under the control and guid- account, the Gardner Adver- ning.
tising company of St. Louis, and as-
Sports writer Harry Grayson fears ance of the Holy Spirit. This resulted -
signed two representatives to each
in a placing of all things "in or-
110 man, and like most sports chroniclers -
state to explain the drive to localG.
often wields the hammer with der." After gathering, sifting, in- .
O. P. chiefs.
.Your great effect. Harry's pride and joys vestigating, the Holy Spirit saw that One particular point to be ex-

Harry Jr One ''day Papa Luke put all things in proper order. that the cost would be 0.
plained was
4. Its Purpose. Luke wanted The lilt
afayson met friend
a and amazed
the national
Advertising: him ophilus (and others who read his too large for com- w
by devoting the entire Disordered
gabfestto Warn of
mittee to bear under the Hatch act, May
raving about what a great guy Gospel) to know "certainty"Luke Kidney Action
and that the state organizations
Dollar I 1:4) those things in which he
Clyde Beatty was. "He's the most ( would have to carry the load. The Modern life with Its hurry and worry
I wonderful man I ever met," said was already instructed by word of Irregular habits improper eating and
, advertising contact men have reported drinking-its risk of exposure and infection -
t buys than mouth.So .
:.;. more Grayson. : back that without exceptionthe -throws heavy strain on the workof
4 space and circulation in "How do you figure that out?" I desperately vital a matter as the kidneys.They are apt to become
state headquarters are willingto filter add
eternal salvation calls for writ- over-taxed and fail to excess
inquired the listener. I our and other Impurities from the li! -givtnc
t. the columns of this news- exact and complete. Luke raise and spend the necessary
"How do I figure it out?" ings, blood.
paper. It buys space andy who had a knowledge of all these funds. You may suffer nagging backache;
Harry. "Why, when I took my kido s headache dizziness getting up nights
circulation plus the favorable his circus, Beatty let him in things, 'was moved by the Holy MERRYGOROUNDFor leg pains swelling-feel constantly
Other sign
Spirit to write, and thus we have tired nervous all worn out.
i the cage with the lions!" confer- bladder disorder are sometimes -
1 consideration of our admission to a press of kidney or
f' this glorious Gospel which we are burning scanty or too frequent
readers for this to study from now until March, 1941. I ence with Secretary of War Stim- urination.
{ newspaper
Nunnally Johnson, who 'pens I son, newsmen must be equippedwith Try Dwn'i PtH. Doan'i hclpbodthetddneys .
word. book-
A closing 12-page ,
and its off harmful
advertising patrons. pieces between movies, had a identification cards colored pass
quar- half amended
let, Can America Be Saved? by the waste. Thkv have had more
rel with a colyumist over a trivial approval. Ar recom-
I :, writer of these notes, will be sent bright o public everywhere.
: I grateful users
matter sometime ago. The latter Ward Marls, able press relations ,
free on request. Use the address Ask IjgllborJi
. LET US TELL YOU recently patty-caked one of Nwi ally's officer of war department,
above. A post card will do, but if
I. mag pieces. He wired the col- is literally behind the eight-ball.

MORE ,ABOUT IT yumist: "Many thanks., Your kissesare convenient, enclose postage. Your Planted on his desk is a billiard
omments or, suggestions regarding
still exciting." the lessons will also be appreciated. ball, marked with the figure eight.

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Hitler's: ,EmblemThe i-- I

Gems of Thought AROUND Items of Interestthe
swastika, used by Hitler as FARM "
symbol of German ''might, has I to the Housewife :
been used all over the world from NO MATTER what his rank HOUSE ;

time immemorial. The emblem TOPICS position maybe, the'Lover .
originated in India, where it is still of books is the richest and

used by Hindus, who mark it on happiest of tHe children of men. For a little variety ,bake your In making toast be sure the I

their foreheads as a sign of their -Dr. John Langford.The pies in square or rectangular- bread is at least a day old. Cut,it
caste. The word "swastika" comes faith that stands on authority shaped pans. Often they are eas- even\ and ,rather thin, less than
from "Suvastika,", which is Hin CURED BY SALT is not faith.-Emerson. ier to cut into 'equal portions'from one-half inch; remove the crust,
dustani. The symbol has been There is no dependence that sucha, shape. then toast slowly. Cut-the crustin

found in High Asia, northern Eu- can be sure but a dependenceupon half-inch pieces and use as

. ; rope, in,Buddhist Mongolia, North one's self.-John Gay. To keep marshmallows moist, croutons for soup.
: In Remedy for Costly Poultry in the bread *
t America and even such far- To do is to succeed.Schiller.Too store 'them box.

flung places as the Andes and Vice Is, Discovered.By low they build who build be- A novelty container which will
,Peru. neath the 'stars. Young. An alarm clock will save much hold several of the handsome vine

The swastika originally repre- L. M. BLACK The tree asks the worry in cooking. Set the alarm plants is a clear ,glass bowl about
apple never
sented the Aryan' Fire God, Agni, (Extension Poultryraan New Jersey Col- beech how he shall, for the time the cooking is to be five inches ''in diameter. Plants
I -and the direction of the transoms lege ol Agriculture, Rutgers University) 'grow, nor completed-or as a reminder for I such as, the ivy .o"f. philodendron
the lion the horse how he shall
{, (the "arms" of theswastika) signified -' Some poultrymen have a lot of inspection. Undivided attention will take root in such bowl filled
take prey.-Blak.
the procession of the sun trouble with cannibalism 'among may then be given to the other. with clear water, and the effectis

through the heavens. their chickens, especially during the household interests. stunning.

growing period. But here is a Dimple -
remedy-common salt.

i Pull the Trigger on This remedy is so simple that to That wholesometangy'
many' poultrymen it may seem almost By

Lazy ,Bowels ridiculous-they've tried so HOW, to SEW RUTH WYETH outdoor taste... ':
many other impressive SPEARS
;just heat and eat delicious
kith herb laxative.conibined with syrup pepsinto However, none of the, others has ;
make it agreeable and easy to take ever been entirely satisfactory. cold...health fnl...econom/ca/-/

When constipation brings on acid indigestion Cannibalism has become and order; today, from
bloating, dizzy spells, gas, more -' 90RE HOLES iIN shelf from the bottom needs six your grocer
.no.-,_.. coated tongue sour taste and bad more common in recent years. CORNERS holes. All the others have three
breath, your stomach is probably "cry- And, of course, it's. important to 20 OF SHElYES soNC holes each. The design may be
ing the blues" because your bowels don'tmove. stop this usually costly vice. Many 1 ,
It calls for Laxative Senna to pull t varied by using larger spools at
the trigger on those lazy bowels, com chickens may be lost. Others may 12aLA the bottom for the first spool above
bined with good old Syrup ,Pepsin to look! so unsightly they do not sell 6 and .below each shelf. Use exten- 1
make your laxative more agreeable and to; best advantage. And if the pullets sion",curtain rods to fit the holesin
easier to take. For years many Doctors
are kept through the laying
have used pepsin compounds, as agree- the spools. A little glue be-
able carriers to make other medicinesmore year, cannibalism may continue and tween' spools makes the whatnot 0
palatable when your "taster" feels affect egg production.
When finished it be
U EI2b SV00L5'AUSE rigid. may
easily upset. So be sure your laxative ,
Harry W. Titus and Ralph B.
contains Insist Dr. Igo stained or painted. ti
: Syrup Pepsin. on 6 '
Caldwell's Laxative: Senna, combined Nestler of, the U. S. department of ? GLUE 6 CURTAIN i

I.. with Syrup Pepsin. See how wonderfully agriculture discovered the effectiveness TODOU6H NOTE: These homemaking booklets area
its herb Laxative Senna wakes up lazy of salt somewhat by accident, SPOOLS AND service to our readers and No. 5 contains -
T, nerves and muscles in your intestines to in feeding experiments with SHELYES- a description of the other numbers;
quail. 5
bring welcome relief from constipation.And I Yr as well as 32 pages"of clever Ideas with
see how its Syrup Pepsin makes Dr. Quail generally are more, quar- all directions fully illustrated. They are
Caldwell's medicine so smooth and agree- relsome than chickens, especially A HOME Demonstration Agentwrote lOc each to cover cost and mailing. Send on
able to a touchy gullet. Even finicky order to: A
when two or more coveys are mixed.In me the other day to say
children love the taste of this
[ the that 'of the in her
family laxative. Buy Dr. Caldwell's Lax- experiments, cannibalism had many women 1
become serious had made the spool shelves MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
ative Senna at your druggist's today. a problem. group '
. Try one laxative that won't bring on Back in 1933 J. H. Prentice described in SEWING BOOK 3 and Drawer' 10
;> reported Bedford Hills New York
violent distaste even when you take it the end tables of in Book 5.
after a full meal.Earnest. in the Journal of the Ministry Enclose 10 cents for each book
; of Agriculture for Northern Ireland "One member has an interesting ordered. r

the results of a study of the collection, of pitchers' and would Name ............................... Relying on Others

Living role of salt in the nutrition of the like to"make a corner whatnot for Address ............................. He who relies on another's tableis
\ Whatever I have tried to do in laying hen. He stated that a lack them, the letter continued. apt to dine late.
, life I have tried with all my heart of salt in the diet of hens causes Well, here it is ladies! With the ;
them to lose weight and become collection of pitchers allin, place.
to do well. Whatever I have de-
The sketch gives all dimensionsand f
subject to cannibalism. On recall-
voted myself to, I have devoted
ing Prentice's observations, Titus instructions. ,The triangle
myself to completely: in the great
aims and in small I have always and Nestler tried adding' salt to the shelves are cut from one boardas
been thoroughly in earnest.- diet of their quail. It worked. shown at the left. The second

From "David Copperfield." The remedy has since been tested t

1 on chickens, and found to give ex-
}' cellent control of cannibalism. Strange Facts.Jf'ir o o i r i
WQ' 111/ There'is old belief of (&
-1:;, CHOICE OF MilliONS an course, ?
.', 1";" ,' st ''- ST.JOSEPH,s1jllA1 that: salt is poisonous to chickens. All 's' Down !'
11 ASPIRIN' However, moderate amounts of salt
r WORlO S tAA6EST SEVER AT4 lh"l aid digestion. And experimentsshow 8 Per Cent Film 1 ,I
: ;
that chickens can stand con- 3-Weeks' Bath 0 -rttt - II

tiE .- siderable salt for several days with- I

q, ,. .',, Warm Handshake out permanent injury. C. During the Pareshnath proces- (tS ',
xt" :.:,: Kind looks, kind words, kind Titus says only a small percentage sion, staged yearly by the Jains in I

; :..:,; i. acts, and warm handshakesthese of salt is needed to stop canni- India, all telephone,'telegraph and
..."*'. are secondary means of balism. Standard diets usually con- trolley'wires crossing the line of I
", grace when men are in trouble tain about Vz per cent of added salt.- march temporarily removedso (

" : and ,are fighting their unseen bat- An additional 1 or 2 per cent added that the Great- Indradwaja, a S r

tles.-John Hall. to the diet for four or five days usu* 50-foot banner, can' pass without -; 1
< "
ally stops cannibalism.The being lowered.' b

effectiveness of salt seems especially 1geG4'
"* "an
logical. Some feed manu- C. The average motion picture, SWITCH I

't COLDS facturers have been putting less and when released, contains only 8 per I i
R $ less salt in poultry'' diets in recent cent of the film that was "shot" TO 'SOMETHING .' .' t

OFguickt''j years, and during ,the,.same time during production. Although the I
ud&, cannibalism has been on the in 92 per cent that, goes into the''edi- t U % : YOU'LL LIKE! .
LIQUID crease. tor's' wastebasket is not entirely \;

6 66 TABLETS SALVE wasted from a technical stand-
NOSE DROPS 'point, it does sometimes contain I.
.couqHDROP.sAn Cattle Shock EasilyIn songs, small parts in their entiretyand ,11 I ..' i
11 ...; : {
even whole scenes that have I
Insect? Rainy WeatherTurn been taken on expensive sets. i: I IKellogg's
.4 Judge-You say your wife at- electric fence controllersto ; :

tacked you with a' death-dealing the least possible charge dur- C. The longest baths on record'are -i- Made by I,

weapon? What was the' nature of ing periods of wet weather to save those taken by the patrons of, the in I ICoPl'
-4 that weapon? "Old Bossy" the shock of her life, mineral spring resort at Shira- ltt4ttt" Battle Creek .' !
Meeker-It was a fly-swatter, John E. Nicholas, professor of hone, Japan. Many of the bathers tlti/11 1 11it[ ( i

your honor. agricultural 'engineering at the will lie in the large, shallow tanks .ut U$tttlp 1940 by Kellogg Company

Pennsylvania State college, urges for three ,weeks at a time, pack-
farmers. Trained animals are ing smooth stones on and about
RHEUMA1I5M not likely to touch the'wires any- themselves at night to prevent Foolish Sheep Time to Give ,
way, he _commented, but! in case turning over and drowning in their, It's a foolish sheep that makes I Give neither counsel nor salt un
they do, they need not be fright- sleep-Collier's. the wolf his confessor. til you, are asked, for 'it. '
PAIN, WHERE IT HURTS ened unnecessarily. "

GOOD OLD I .2'22'1 60C convenient Electric fencing but hardly is cheap satisfac-and ;.,V' hj ?,:y I:

PRESCRIPTION[ b" .i. tory for use as line fence or along &,''' \: H.:..? R ,, t \X9 Q.4io2, ;..t I
; highways, he has found. It is :3'/ ntZ:;;,C{ \ v.t Ctit.wa3G, g.',' S\, :p\
wi especially handy when a tem- ; $ A r.. !

porary pasture is needed duringthe if i
Vact ouADVERTISING rush season of farm work, iI
: I
particularly for dairy cows. A

"breachy" cow may need neck.
chain with a dangling piece to
keep her in the pasture but such
animals quickly learn to avoid I
charged wires.A FAMOUS T f:? GIVE ME THE yy
single strand usually is suf- v"STRATOSPHERE Y

ADVERTISING ficient, although two may be nec- .: t SLOWERBURNINGCIGARETTE I
essary for sheep.Homemade FLIER \ :' '' I
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. represents the leadership of. controllers are '

a nation. It points the way. dangerous, Nicholas emphasized, TIME FOR EXTRA \
t and for the sake of safety,' bat j
We merely follow follow to I ,tery-type controllers are best. MILDNESS. I LIKE ALL ,, .

new heights of comfort, of i iI EXTRA' MILDNESS THE OTHER EXTRAS < };:

I, convenience, of happiness. I Weed ControlOf EXTRA IN CAMELS, TOO t.I

As time all the various chemicals used, COOLNESS :
::1 goes on advertising -
I I the chlorates are the most effective EXTRA I
is used more and more, and practicable for controlling most FLAVOR
types of weeds. '
and as it is used i In recent
more wo laboratory
Of the three general methods of 25 v dower tests Camels burn ed GET THE "EXTRAS" WITH SLOWER-BURNING
all profit more. It's the way application, probably the most com- other of the than the average of the.IS '
mon is dissolve the chlorates in Wgest.s brands
advertising has- : water and to spray the solution on slower than I11JY af :' Tbat tested G MeL
\ on the means
of the weeds. Another method is to avers b'e. a sraoluag plus 4 CAMELS I
bringing equal
a profit to to
spray a dilute solution'on lawns to 5 EXTRA
\ everybody concerned, kill shallow-rooted weeds. A third SMOKES PER PACK! y .

the consumer included way effective on certain perennial yR f fI
weeds, is to scatter the dry sodium I R THE CIGARETTE OF
\ chlorate over the ground in late '
autumn before the soil freezes. I kCTtt. COSTLIER i

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The Clewis ton News ONE- "SACRIFICE" WE CAN'T it. He became its lawyer in 1929. the many problems that burden and denounce a craven jackal like Mus- ;

MAKE"Manufacturers In 1933 the president of the cor- beset the people of this nation. He solini? If he is mad because of '

poration got sick and quit, and what Roosevelt said about Mussolini, .Sa ,
specifically declared in favor of
Friday In Clcwlston have a twofoldjob. Willkie became the president. So I don't think he will find any pa- i

Florida Published, by every the CLEWISTON NEWS, They must continue to pro- nobody can claim he is a business most of the major policies of the triotic American in agreement with i

Inc. duce the peacetime goods the' coun- genius in the sense that he conceived Roosevelt administration. Yet, after him., ;

try needs and, in addition, build organized and developed a declaring for most every' policy Willkie did come out boldly for. I

KEATHLEY BOWDEBT, Editor new factories, and expand their great business concern), and that Roosevelt has put into practice, he something entirely new, novel and

present facilities so as to provideall he gigged and gouged the government declared that democracy in the hitherto unhead of. Ho plumped

Entered as second class mail matter the equipment necessary for national out of $23,000,000.00, for his United States was going to the squarely "for a new companionshipin 'I

February 1, 1927, at the Post Office In defense. We must all be utility outfit. dogs if' he was not elected President.I an Industrial society". That is

March Clewiston 3, 1897Subscription Florida. under the Act of prepared, to make'sacrifices, if need These being the facts regardinghis couldn't follow him at all on that a new high in empty, vacuous,

be, but there is one sacrifice that record, we must necessarily line of reasoning. He might have meaningless phases. It sounds like

we believe to be neither necessary judge him by his speeches. For seemed to himself to be making 'some of the confused twaddle that
Rate, >$ .OO' Per Year. sense, but it didn't even make good
nor desirable. And that's the sac- certainly no one is going to' have Father Divine deals out to his "dark

Advertising Rates On Application. rifice of our American way of life. the gall to say that there is non-sense to me. angels". It reminds me of that
anY-I He approved of most of President
in his record to show
"When some people use the thing little professor at the Universitywho I
Roosevelt's foreign policy, but he
Devoted to the advancement and welfare phrase-'the American way of lif3' is qualified for the biggest said he stood for the "long- ,
of Clewiston and Hendry County. -they tend to forget that it isn't hardest job in the 'world-the Presi- bawled him out for "attacking"foreign i run good of the group". f : !
nations. Willkie must have
dency of the United States. Surelyno
just ,the physical comforts that are
Willkie kept insisting that
been little confused that we
sane will contend that a on one.I
important. Behind and beyond the person are in danger of losing democracyin 1
know of no nation that Roosevelthas
'(ow>,"':o"X...) automobiles, the bathtubs, the elec- being president of a billion-dollar qualified attacked. It is true that he this country if he is not elected !
utility holding corporation
tric refrigerators, and so on, we
President. He
never got specific
Willkie, ipso facto, to be Presidentof said Mussolini had "stuck a knife
have a set of spiritual values and I
it into the back of France", when and gave any details about this
the United States. so, can
civil liberties that have never been "danger" to democracy, nor did he
that cowardly wop declared war on
be contended with stronger reason I
By B. B. equalled anywhere, at any time.: that Samuel Insull was fit to be I that helpless republic. Was Will tell how he could and would save i
We worship as we please; we
can :
democracy for us. He didn't even
vote we please.; We can I President, for he was head of a kie complaining because Roosevelthad i!

.:......:..)((< ..:... ...:..:..:..:((..) can talk as we as please and we can work 'utility empire larger 'than the one the courage and decency to (Continued on page 8) ;

headed by Willkie. ------------------------ -
for our livelihood as we pleaseas -
We had planned to tell a great long as we don't violate anybody I So, there is nothing left to mea- ,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,..:..:..:;.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...

,tory this week (it's true, too) olse's rights. sure him by but, his speeches. It -- i

about the Fishing Other Half of I is reasonable to assume that he .. ,..."r
"And don't forget that our physical _
our partnership, who left home at put all he had into his acceptance .. .
of life and this philosophical -
5 o'clock the other day and returned way speech at Elwood, so it seems fair =1 2 2s .
concept behind it are up with
at ten minutes past 6 witha and proper to judge him by that
one another. Industrially we grew
string of bass for supper. He speech.
was very proud of the hour and great because our forefathers were I heard it over the radio. I readit I
wise enough to set up a' triple
ten minutes work, and we thought In the newspapers. I read com- CLEWISTON 6OLF.i
system to protect individual free
we'd spread the story round a little ments on it. I have listened to !
dom-comprising first, representative .
bit for him. Then we find that comments on It. I think I know : .. :
democracy, second civil and
the bass are ,biting so indiscrimin- what is in that speech.
Lucile Downs caught one religious liberty, and third free it i t ty
ately that private enterprise. As we enlargedour I have no hesitancy in saying COURSE i
weighing 6:1h: pounds. (That's also was the, worst speech that has been .
economic activities, these spirit- Presidentof .:.
true). made by a candidate for
ual values flourished and expandedand ::: 'i' :
is the United States in the past ._, .2
If you enjoy fishing, now wove themselves into the : I I.i.
evidently the time to try your luck. sixteen years. He, lived up to none { Z: i
pattern which we know today' as ;
; ,
i of the ballyhoo that has been broad- .
-'the American way.-H. W. : ..'. /;':". "J.', ,....,'/'.
.. ,, !
in Lake Okeechobeelost cast in his behalf since April. We -; > :. $.J 1" 's.
Bass fishing I : :
Prentis, Jr., President, National i f ::: !
a splendid advocate this weekin had been told that he was a golden- '
Association of Manufacturers, .
the suicide death of Courtney I voiced, quick-witted, mentally-agile, .:' .t. :
President, Armstrong Cork Com- .:. i
Riley Cooper, novelist of note. Mr. dynamic, extemporaneous, convinc- .' I .:. '
Cooper spent his winters at Sebringand ing speaker. We had, been told

each season came down to that he had an inventive, resourceful -

Okeechobee spoke of for Lake the Okeechobee bass -fishing.He as. .:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. ,i could, resilient make the, powerful most difficult mind prob-that .i ..... Open toModerate the Public '

one of the finest sport fishing.waters lems seem simple.

In the country. FULLER'S What did we get in_ the Elwood

acceptance speech? He read a pre- y

In that gardening urge we men- FULMINATIONSBy pared speech of more than an yy

tioned last week, we find we havea hour's length (I didn't time it,
great deal in common with other FULLEN WARREN I but it seemed that long or longer .;. .:.
Such and spading to ). And he did a
folks., a hoeing me very poor
of the earth. ''we've not witnessed to. ......K.........................."".....J..................J................. ... I, job of reading it. He hesitated at '.y:'' ..s.s.

since last fall when the same I: times. He was harsh or hoarse, or .::' .:.

gardening fever struck. From the We're now coming up for the both. He seemed to run out of gas y s

big plot that's been prepared by second round with Willkie. The every now and then. 'Several timesin :;: Green Fees ... :::

tractors for the agriculture studentsat first round occurred several weeksin the course of the' speech I ?: )
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school down to the postage this column. At that time he thought he was going to take a : Exceptional Fairways

stamp size that we are undertaking hadn't made his acceptance speechat recess, for a rest. :: ...ri
:_: Greens =:
everyone has some preparation Elwood. Since then he has made I But all these are minor faults. .;. Interesting ::
underway. his acceptance speech and several;: : The main thing the matter with i '

We' are quite interested in the other, campaign speeches. his speech was that in it he didn't II'

,:; lot adjoining the Rackstraw home. I am now going to try to analyzehim offer a single solution for any of I i..N.,N.M..N..N.N.N.N..N.H.N.N.N.N.N.N.N..N.1...N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N..N.N.N.N.N..N..N..M..N..N.N..M..N..N.N..N..N.1

Mr. and Mrs. Rackstraw, whose I in the light of his-Elwood acceptance -

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lifts them the : ": :
above This about the ; ; "oi
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additional lot east of their home what kind of a ,man he is and i I :: .';."... ".,.".
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and are making it a part of their what kind of a President he would ,' .i.i:";, AIii ,

home grounds. We know the new make. ,For it is generally con- -
;,;. addition will be improved to fit ceded that the Republican party's :;::;: .;.:.;:.

>' in with the pattern of their present platform, on which candidate Will- Iii:, !!' ENJOY AN .::...;..

y yard, which has always seemed to kie is running, means a little less I.. .s' :

( us to be a model. than nothing. And Willkie has :;::;: .:: ;, :.;.:.:;.:,

I no record of public service of any .::...;. .,,", ALL ELECTRIC ':,:'<'.'''.. '.'' .::..::.

:; A new idea is always refreshing, kind he can be judged. He has :::.;: ,< >;" ."J:,..,: .. :s::.:
\, and we found one in the October never held office by appointment 'or .... .0, \, Good' Housekeeping (yes, we also saw election.. He has no notable recordin ::: : \ !':;ii:\ >\ .. .> : :; '(' :, < :; :
I' that double page of sketches that civic or charitable work. His .t'; :. 1--: \,,,,',. .. H 0 M E .".'",..' '",;,il..' .,"'., .:..:.

'.. some 26 women in town are supposed record as a soldier is negligible.The :::;: '. : .. ,{ :;::;: '
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r: :: to find prophetic). Katherine only thing of note about his I" :
to Roberts described the new idea, a business record is that he made 'a ..ii. AV: .:..:. .
: -
I :;.J- "dry" night club, conceived, executed salary of $75,000.00 per' year as ++

% and operated for a year the head of a b'illion-dollar utility

f' successfully by students at the University holding corporation, (Willkie did :_i: : Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that 1 1I.

1; .' of Iowa. Said Miss Roberts: j I not organize and develop the Com- :::;: takes care of both the work 'and the pleasures of the :!::;:
monwealth and Southern Corporation ;
,7.- "Stowed away in a small town,

'', without cars and with a limited II ). It was a going concern Jong I.: :;: home and one that will do everything quickly. efficient- .:i.;:.:t.:

budget, the students of the University I before he had anything to do with 't":
,' have solved the problem of I I :;::;: ly and economically. i:i::;:

I'f' entertainment fashion. ina They new have and created exciting :yy:: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or ::::

:.',/ their Shadow.own night'o club--the Silver :!::: give'your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :*

Ii r;. "The Silver Shadow is dry in :__:::;: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :;:::

:'. one drinks sense served only-the; everything nature else of the Is ::1::s one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :U.i : r

i.-' lively. It is run for students ..- .:. :

f':": staffed entertainment by students by students, provided, patronized with- :t:;: That is- why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home :.ii:.::

,-- by students and is the pride ofI. :'!::;:: .t h. all electric and mo d.:::.;.

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:": the whole campus. yy Ayy

"Under these auspices there are A
:.-: many opportunities for undergrad-i-' .:.-.:' r .:..:,
::. ates to get valuable business experience : : .

: > and dramatic students e :y!::!: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- :i:" ..a

i. given the chance to "strut tJlf irI +y. :
y' ....
stuff" in the floor fallow. Those .....
r' who want to pick COME IN I : Y +
up come extra
I:." change can do so by acting variously NOWandLETUS ; -

-. as doormen, wailers, and x xx
,c explain OUR .:..:.
cooks. ., ':" I Ay't'
r. "Against the chic decor of silver home-financing plan yy" ....

jewel cloth, with everybody in formal :::;: :;::::
..without obligation to
: you ; .:...
dress, the place assumes all the / . ,
I'. airs of metropolitan sophistication No red tope-oil .loon ..H;.. '.::.-' I "'-J,..',. AWV ..:.....:..

', and provides the situation for good applications are +
:. wholesome fun. Since f
"The Shadow. cleared

,k'l; '. is twelve low;not and sharp run when,for everyone the profit.door goes prices sln"L.t home are ; released quickly promptly.Cle"wiston Federal, moneys i: Glades Power and light Co. f]i

r safe, cheerful "
sober and solvent. .n.
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With a year of success behind it, ''.. : :
the Savings and Loan yA yy.t..t. ..
University of Iowa's experimentmay .:..:.
be the start of many other ..N. ,.,,,,.,....... ... .:..:.

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:Miss Lillie May Billips spent ,the club voted to, hold meetings on the I I I'sometimes too fresh Freshmen. I Hollingsworth and Carlton Prevatt ,, ;'

week-end at her former home- in I first Friday of each month at 3 II This morning an assembly program As it is an old custom we have

Inverness.: I o'clock. Joel Keene, agricultural was called and after the Pledge of
[ PersonalsMr. elected class officers. Mary Johnson :
1 teacher will talk at today's meet- Alligance to the Flag, and singing .
Mr. and MJS. W. C. Prewitt are ing on "How to prepare ground "The Star Spangled Banner"' all was elected as our class president -

parents of an eight pound boy, and how to plant seed." Freshmen were asked to take scats Beulah Guthrie, as vicepresident -
who arrived at the' Clewiston
Attending the meeting were on the stage. and Paul Pullen as secretary '

and Mrs. F. Deane Duff spent named Hospital :Matthew Sunday. Fontaine He has Maury been Richard Knight, Bobby Smith John The unsuspecting Freshmen wore and treasurer Louise Roath was .....

tho week-end at Miami Beach. and Dick Schiffli) Mary Catherine openly frightened but soon' were
Prewitt. I elected as news reporter. Miss
I Dyess Jimmy Waters, Shirley Owen, too busy to think, of such thingsfor

Keathley Bowden was a visitorin Jimmy Hall returned Friday from Carline Berner, Jo Ann Crouch though the demands made on Knight Is our sponsor and Mrs.. ;. j

'_\ Fort Pierce Wednesday. Atlanta, where he is a student at Bob Berner, Kay Bowden, Mary them were simple they kept them Turner our room mother.

Georgia Tech. Enrolled in the cooperative Louise Thomas Kim Kolstad, Bub busy: I Our first class meeting was heldat

and Gene Mills, Grace Ward, Sally the home of Mary Johnson on
Mrs. George A. Yon and son, plan whereby each student During the program several
Graham, Emma Jane Ezelle, Carol Thursday night of September 25.
Richard of South Bay were visi- spends three months in indus- musical numbers were rendered by

tors here Wednesday afternoon. try. Jimmy was fortunate enough Augur and Bevoly Flaniken. the least musical freshmen a good Business was discussed games were

\1 ------ to obtain his three month employ- imitation of all the teachers was enjoyed: and refreshments were

J. H. Malloy of West Palm Beach ment period in the sugar house CLEWISTOX GROUP ATTENDS: given ,and two girls had a very served. '

business visitor here Saturday. here. -\V5IU ASSOCIATIONAL MEETINGA successful bubble-gum blowing con
was a' : -. One of the tasks faced by the j''
test. Also one Freshman, told us

______ I P-TA SPONSORS RECEPTION FOR group of members of the Wo- "How to Be a Football Hero," to 1941 legislature will be that of

SCHOOL: FACULTY MONDAY man's Missionary Society of the say nothing of the dances several creating a sixth congressional dis-
Miss, Marcia Avant and Wilbur Clewiston Baptist Church attendeda trict. Florida's population increase >
boys and girls went through.
Goff spent Sunday in Miami visit- WMU Associational meeting in since 1930 will entitle the state to
Members of the faculty of the
' ing Mr. Goff's brother, Ernest Goff. Belle Glade Most of the class got into the a sixth member of congress. The '
yesterday. Mrs. E.
Clewiston school were given an informal -
spirit of it and had some fun withus
reception by, the Parent- E. Kelly, Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, legislature may establish a new
but several were inclined to be I
Wilbur Goff left Tuesday for sixth district
to permit the
Teacher Association at the school, Mrs. A. D. Dixon, Mrs. M. C. Doke, may
Albany, New York, after spendinga poor sports. sixth to from the
building :Monday evening. Mrs. E. J. Vent, Mrs. W. J. Robison congressman run
week in Clewiston. 'I Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs. Dan B. However the student body en- state at large. %
I There was no formal program,
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joyed it and we feel sure that
but the teachers were Introducedby Allen, Mrs. R. J. Blount and Rev. no

Mrs. H. C. Avant and Mrs. H. H. C. Kolstad, school trustee, H. C. Meador attended both morn- one was hurt in any way by the I I -

A. Land and daughter Shari, were initiation. WANTED Representative to look
ing and afternoon ,sessions.
: and a pleasant social hour followed. after "
our magazine subscription interests ,
''''-' Moore Haven visitors Wednesd'ay.Mr. Altogether we all had ,a wonderful I in Clewiston and vicinity.

time. Every family orders subscriptions.
The hostess committee, Mrs. E.
Hundreds of dollars are spent for
and Mrs. George Sparks of
C. :Mills, :Mrs. G. T. Augur and, them each fall and winter in this'''
Jacksonville spent the week-end ... >cfDol) jlew5 SCHOOL; GLEE CLUBA vicinity. Instructions and equipmentfree.
:Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, served cakes and Guaranteed lowest rates on all
Glee Club
here visiting was organized with
punch. About sixty-five'' patrons periodicals, domestic and foreign.
I EIGHTH GRADE Miss Steinholtz as director. Thisis Represent the oldest magazine agencyIn
and friends of the school attended.The '
Mrs. Vivian Smith has returned i Our class officers were elected last a continuation of the club of the United States. Start a grow-
I teachers honored were R. ing and permanent business in wholeor
after a two weeks' visit with rela- last year with a greatly increased 'time. MOORE-
week. Our president is Sherwood spare Address :
W. Turk, Joel Keene, Mrs. E. H.
tives in South Bay and Lake Hall membership. The members now COTTRELL, Inc.. Naples Road, North
vice-president Christine Hall,
Holstine, Miss Lucy Humble, Mrs.G. Cohocton, New York
Harbor. number better than thirty. The
I B. Thomas, :Mrs. J. E. Baker, secretary Lawrence _Guthrie and
club plans to have uniforms this
treasurer Nick Schiffli.
. Miss Ruth Knight, Mrs. Arthur
Mr. and W.0. Manley have year. There are three meetings
Mrs. Oliver, Mrs. Wallace Arey, Miss The Eighth grade has a hobby a J. M. COUSECounselor
returned from a visit of several week each of which lasts forty-five
Evelyn Burhans, Miss Evelyn Bell, of collecting new songs and learn:
days in LaBelle with Mrs. C. H. minutes. and Attorney at Law
Miss ,Alice Steinholtz and Mrs. ing ,them. Song leaders in chargeof
Wimberly. 'I President, Renee. Wethington; Hopkins Building
Mack Greene.' this are elected each week.
Vice-President Edna Lieter Wednesdays and Saturdays
------ I ; Sec-
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Brown, Flash! Why has the popularity retary, June Hooker. 0:30 to 4:00 .'
I VMS ENTERTAINS HUSBANDS of Dick Owen decreased? Would it .
Marjorie and Warren, spent Sun- -- I
WITH SOCIAL AT CHURCHA be, because he trys to make the II I
day with Mr. and. Mrs. C. J. Brownin JUNIOR: NEWS
study hall students behave?
South Bay. Espec Here we are back in school MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL
social membersof "
was given by
ially eighth grade. again. With the real school spirit.On ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS :
the Womans
Missionary Societyof
Mr. and Mrs. J.. E.. Beardsley and Monday morning'' September
the Baptist Church for their NINTH GRADE Maps Estimates
son Bruce and Jack Pepper at- 16, ten students enrolled in the
husbands Friday evening. Rev. and The Freshmen JOHN H. DOTY'
are proud that
junior class. Beulah
tended the 'Mississippi State-Florida Guthrie, Mary
4. Mrs. H. C. Meador were special today is the last day of Freshman
Johnson Edna Leiter. Engineering Consultant
football game in Gainesville Sat- 'Louise Roath,
guests of the W. M. S. week. tired I
They are of carryingthe John Bethea Gus Cantrell]]
urday. Paul Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla. '
The party was held at the church,
books for
the seniors
and run- I'.i
Pullen, Charles Turner'' and Junior' .i::1
and was in the form of a school ning senior errands.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Cothern have Waters.. What a class! )
party. Mrs. L. C. Miller and Mrs.E. .
returned to Lakeland after visitingfor We deeply regret the departureof I
J; Vent directed the games. On TENTH GRADE ;!
several days with Mr. and Mrs. our former class mates, Louise
entering the church each person The Sophomore class has
Van Cothern and Mr. and Mrs. planneda Johnson's Fish CampNear :1
Frank Cothern.Mr. was given a card drecting ,him to : class party for Monday night .

the department of school assignedhim. October 7th and has invited the 'IJ it
GlaKses Scientifically Broken Len!*cn ( Hurricane Gate) .
The groups then participated Freshmen. 'We are all looking for- Fitted and Repaired Duplicated
and Mrs. A. J. Richaud and Clewiston, Fla.
"" in several interesting games.. .' ward to our first class party of the DR. F D..GUDBAUR ,
week to'the
family moved this I Boats Motors :Guide Service
'and ---''
Songs by Paul Kite, with quitar year and intend to 'enjoy ourselves. Optometrist
Plantation at Ritta, where Mr.
Rates Reasonable
accompaniment, were enjoyed during Phone IDS 5 Collier Arcade '
The Sophomore class officers
Richaud was transferred to the are:
the evening. Refreshments of Fort Mjcrs; Florida W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
1 president, Elbert Hooker
Ritta commissary.Mr. ; vicepiesident Successor to K. H. Oakley / I
cup cakes and punch were servedto Gloria McDuffie; secretary
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. :Mr.
and Mrs. Andy Garrison have Sonny Vaughn, and treasurer, Jim

| and Mrs. J. 'H. Davis, Mr., and ,Mrs. Davis. . . .'. .'. ............................................ .. f
returned from West Palm Beach, 'NNNNNNNNNN. . . .NNN. .,NN. .MNNNNNNNNNNN. . . .NN. . . . . . .*.
E. J. Vent, Mr. and Mrs. B: E. X

where Mr. Garrison was a patient !'i I Herring, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Mc- FRESHMEN :_: NOTICE ;; t k;
in the Good Samaritan hospital for I ) INITIATION :;: I::
Gowan, Mr. and Mrs. C. W Sim-

several days. I mons, Mr. ,and Mrs. Frank Cothern, all Friday Freshmen was the in unlucky Clewiston day High for :: To New and Old Arrivals in ClewistonRegister :=i: ,

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hite, Mr. and .t. II
Mrs. Dean King has been confined School. As most of you know it :!:
Mrs. Don Plank, Mr. and Mrs. H. :t: 'our'name and present address with us so your :
to the Clewiston Hospital for is a custom every ,year for the .;. friends and relatives will have no trouble locating as t,
L. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. L., C. Miller, you ;;
several days by illness. She is reported respected seniors to initiate the I x we will gladly dIrect' them personally to your home. :: II
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Dixon, Mr. and
improving nicely at this Mrs. C. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. ,W. .!. There is no charge or obligation. AVo only want to do our
time. .i. part in rendering a needed service to the visitors and residents ::
R. Broaderick, Mr. and Mrs. A. ................................... :: of''Clewiston. Register Today. 1 1A !,
W. Dodge, Mr. and :Mrs A. H. ;. '
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew P. Beery
King Mr. and Mrs. Arch Hodges, RUMFORD RIDDLES _
left Monday for a, visit in Tampa _*. GULF SERVICE STATION :
:Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, Mr. .
before returning to their home in
Savannah. They were guests for and Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff, Mr. and > Why does Dora Dalton/ +.. G. B. THOMAS, Mgr. _

two weeks of Mr. and Mrs: Gene Mrs. 'E. L. Hayes, Mrs. Floyd Hanna, spell every month with any "R"? .:..:N:M.N:N.H.N:N:1N. :..:N N.N:.1.N.N:N:N.N.N:N.N:N:N:N.N:N.N:N:N:11:N.N:N.N.N:N.N.M:N.N.N.N.N:N.M:N:N:N:w:.... '
Mrs. M. C. Doke, Mrs. M. A.

Beery. / Thomas Mrs. R. J. Blount, Mrs.C. r1I1I111IIIIIW/ /!! m"mmlI/mIIWlllllmillfIIWlllllmmIWlmllllll1illmll1l" / !!! III il! !! IlllIIllIIlillllmlilIWIII! !![! !I''! mllm il flF IIIIliImmlllllllilljllllll!! i ull IllliIIlillllllmml! I f mll lil f! 11111Im Li I '

' E. Nail, Mrs. W. J. Robison,
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perry and
Mrs. W. T. Wheeles, Mrs. F. E. .
sons, Billy and Johnnie, were recent -
Chalker, and Rev. and Mrs. H. C. ,
3 visitors in Bradenton. Mr. .''\:
Meador. ,. :
t' Perry's mother, Mrs. J. Q. Baker, I ,:,:....;. Now, is the tune for all good DEMOCRATS to come II j
returned with 'them and Is spend- -: to the aid of the party. Good democrats will support the :
ing the winter here. democratic nominees November 5 and vote a straight
ELECTS OFFICERS: t 0 ticket. Their slogan in the presidential campaign is
Wm. C. Owen, son of Mr.. and 0 0 "CARRY ON WITH ROOSEVELT."
Grace Ward was elected presi-
Mrs. W. C. Owen, who is fresh-
a dent of the Junior Garden Club ata Signed Hendry County Democratic
man at Tulane University, New
special meeting held Wednesday -.
Orleans, this year, 'has recently beenpled'ged afternoon at the home of BECAUSE she', crazy about RUMFORD, the ollphoiphata Executive Committee.

to Pi Kappa Alpha, fra Mrs. H. C. Kolstad. Kim Kolstad' double.acting baking powder that
ternity. contains no alum- leave biller
never a taite.
was Louise'elected Thomas vice-president; Mary Send for FREE recipe b'oole. Addrem Rumford 1illjWmillllII!; mmIIJmm1lJ1illlmilljilllli@IW! !! mlffi !mmlillljlm mmlmf1llm1llilllliiljlljmtl! mmlmlmlillill illlmlilllmlmm! l mlmi lrl wJ ill

secretary and Mary Baking Powder, Box B, Rumford Rhode liland.

s Freshman Miss Edythe at Florida Nell Southern Cornette,Col-a Catherine Dyess, treasurer. The .................................... .,;...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:o.w:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;.

came down ,
lege from Lakelandand ---------------- - .t'y
:t: ., I
spent the week-end here with :.

her parents Mr. and Mrs E. M. /IllllliinmiiiiiM r y .------ !, HOMESITE y

Cornette. ssT .
2y I

:Miss Elizabeth Huffaker of Bar-

tow has accepted a position in the I 0MCf .. : IN BEST RESIDENTIAL SECTION, :::

offices of the United State Sugar y. [Opts r -. .,: BEAUTIFULLY Ii:i:
Corporation. She is a stenographerin SURROUNDED BY ;
,. i
the office of Jay W. Moran vic M :: I

J president and general manager of iPUW'ii savings aCCoun t with;.' s, yOU. ::: LANDSCAPED HOMES 65x125 FT., :;: i it

the torporatton. -" When hove: ar at e-l ._ .'

S -= con ado to It 0 few save o11Ot} of yourm Income. :: TITLE PERFECT, IMMEDIATE DE- : :

Mrs. N. Mumford, who 'ff whatever 'fOld con semiThe 1 I

spent' the summer at her home in ., unded j,
earnings we pox whiles = :_: LIVERY.
"' worth
Providence, returned Sunday. She =:"If! good mote sav'm9

and Mr. Mumford have moved into ===*:& onnuoMy reaHy oI ice .LodoJ,and \let f': $350 w 1I

the new home recently completedby Why not come \C\t Obout out savinR gs -i I

the Clewiston Realty and De- == more
velopment Corporation on West US ten you aU NO OPTIONS NO BINDERS :_ ':
lst on
1 the
Arcade Avenue. P\on\ s {.om t
=. \Oth.
=- funds tecerved by f .z..t.

Elbert L. Stewart spent the week- : I

end in Miami, attending some of J. E. Beardsley Xy i

the meetings of the Rally stagedby

the Young Democrats. He was Clewiston Federal _. REAL ESTATE :!:
also in Fort Lauderdale to testify Savings

before the state railroad Commission :, .t..t.

at tho hearing relative to the i s:. BETTY SPICER TI"ld'N ll \WIUJNCj I:

awarding of a bus. franchise on and Loan Association :. tFRIDAY

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want Is to get hold of those two ciously down on heads and shoul- .

prisoners and what horses we need ders and dancing about as he dodged Conductor ,

Simmie, it's time for you 'to tomahawks, Bowie had his hands '
start-the camp's quiet-they'll be full. Aimed Make Self Clear

asleep in half an hour. We'll go He was holding his own against

down together. And we must 'get odds when the chief directly facing "Fare, please! Fare!"

between the Indians and the horses.If him, seeing the fight was going The passenger paid no attention.

,,we can stampede the red devils against him with,one of his men on '"Fare, please!I"

they'll make first thing for the the ground and the other swaying Still no response.

horses. Take your deerskin strips. drunkenly on his knees, sprang "By the ejaculatory term

Simmie, we'll have to wait till we back, flung his tomahawk at Bow- 'Fare,' said the conductor, "I

hear'' from you. Give us your signals ie's head, and quickly fitted an ar- imply no reference to 'the state of

now." row, to his bow '''which was slung the weather, the complexion of

CARMEN yHERANCHOBy "The owl," suggested Simmie."If from his shoulder. The hatchet, as the admirable blonde you observein

it rains that's no good," objected 'Bowie ducked, caught him on the the contiguous seat, nor even
OF Pardaloe. "Owls sing low shoulder. to the quality of the service vouch-

when It rains." Despite the hard crack the Texanran safed by this philanthropic corpo-

"So do rifles with priming pans," in. The Indian, a man'of great ration. I merely alluded in a
FRANK H. SPEARMAN Frank H. Spearman WNU Service
added Bowie. "But a Colt gun size and strength, wearing a neck- manner perhaps lacking indelicacy _

SYNOPSISDon Injunsl\are cannibals they'd just as works, wet''' or dry. And darknessdoesn't lace of bear claws, fought the white but not in conciseness, to 'the t1
lief eat us as they would the other help bows'and arrows any. man with his hands. In this savage monetary'' obligation set up by (

Alfredo, wealthy, Spanish owner of a fellows How many did you say Going over every angle of the Bowie realized that he had met his your presence in this car and sug-
Southern California rancho, refuses to heed they was, Simmie?" coming encounter, and with Bowie match.' Almost instantly he found gest that you liquidate."
outlaw.several Sierra warnings Indians.of a raid One by day a after band he "Around fifty; maybe a few giving directions as to how to meet' his injured right arm in the Indian's Then the passenger paid his fare.

has finally decided to seek the protection more." every emergency he could .think.of, grasp, with iron fingers clutchingat

of the nearby mission strike.for Don his Alfredo wife and Is "Never mind the few. Fifty Is the Texans slowly and cautiously; his throat and a second tomahawk .

family killed and, the his Indians two young daughters are torn plenty and we-three!I" walked down the long ridge that led: upraised. While he struggled to free

from the arms of the family's faithful maid. "Don't worry, Ben," counseled toward, the Indian camp. The sky himself: his wind cut completely off, ,Qtidap7J
Monica, and are carried away to the hills. was already overcast, and,the short he was reduced in the fierce
Padre Pasqual. missionary friend of the Bowie. "They haven't got us yet. : struggle
family, arrives at the ruins of the ranch The three Texans were seasonedin Eonthern twilight soon plunged the to one defense. With a ferociouskick
and learns the story of the raid'from Mon, tracking and scouting. Pursuingtheir canyon into black night, relieved born of desperation the chokingman

the ica. plains After a and trying mountains and difficult from trip Texas across to long way down the canyon, only by the two fires burning' in caught his enemy below the 1I: 'i'iJml

California, youthful Henry Bowie a Texas they scattered when nearing the war mid-camp. Reaching a hiding point belly and at the same time threw

adventurer Simmie.with an Indian his friends.scout Ben sight Pardaloeand a partyof I party and, after appointing a ren- close behind the horses but 'over- himself violently backward on 'the ;

Indians. dezvous, disposed themselves so looking the camp and well within ground, landing his enemy in the

that each could best scout for him- sound of its voices;Bowie and Parda 'embers of the nearest fire.

self the camp's activities. loe disposed themselves behind a Screaming 'with pain, the savage I fi\hJ
CHAPTER HI-Continued rock still clung to the
After a time Bowie reached the whence they'could spring instantly choking Texan,
-3I rendezvous first. Pardaloe into action. The half-breed but, managing to grip his bowie

,"Injuns," saidpardaloe at length. cautiously in with Simmie straggled just be- stole stealthily away and was at knife before he lost consciousness,

After a further pause Bowie turnedto hind him. once lost in the darkness. Bowie plunged it into his enemy's

crawl back from the brink of the Rain borne in on a west wind back in time to loosen the deadly w. '
I right murmured >
ledge, signaling to his men to fol fingers' from his windpipe. Parda-
I Bowie. "They have two bound was beginning to spit, and the twainin
low. Reaching a' point where they .' They must' be saved before- hiding covered their, rifle pans loe ran, to him, and Bowie, knife l J

could speak more freely, the talk they're knocked in the head." with the skirts of their buckskin jack- still in hand, threw off the dying ,
: began. Bowie spoke first. enemy and staggered to his feet.
ets. To
await 'in 'the of .
The Creek secrecy ,,, ... ,4
was not hopeful. "Oneof Pardaloe steadied him. "He's <-"':;: :" :: :::" : x .) i' '< ::: : I
"Indians, sure enough. night a concerted signal; to, attune f..irtirowlM; : ;rAc'rs;r'; I 'rax;.+:i
"And a bunch of 'em," ,added the 'em tried to set up." An Injun the ears to painful alertness while nicked you, Henry; he's nicked /.I r
him right over. "
scout. trying to strain out the murmur of you, cried the alarmed scout as
"Well, boys, I don't know how you his hand slipped in the blood of Bow- Maybe furniture isn't old.
"What do you make of 'em, Sim- feel human voices, lest the soft coo of your
said Bowie "but I'm
. mie?" The question was addressedto go- the false owl'be lost; to watch with shoulder. Maybe it is lovely.underneath .
ing to let these redskins eat two "Not "
the Creek. too bad, gasped Bowie, .
white folks. I'mgoing into them." staring *wildly. "Get after the rest
"I'd have to closer to make Why don't O-Cedar it?
get "You'll never come out, Henry," of 'em, Ben! After 'em." you

things out. Looks to me like a ,raid- predicted the scout. "They're cleaned out. They'verun Why don't you go and get a bottle of,

ing party, maybe heading for their "Maybe no, maybe yes. Who can but the varmints have got half genuine O-Cedar Polish...and hurry home

mountain hide-out." tell? What do you say, Ben?" the ponies and the other half got and have a circus? First, cleans the chairs I
and tables,cabinets,doors and floors,takes
"What- makes you think it's a "I "
steal few away.
a ponies and
I ,away the old worn look,the blurry' Ii
raiding party? asked Bowie. muggy ;
make fast tracks away from the f "What now? exclaimed Bowie, look, the ugly fingerprints .. and leaves -
"Most of 'em don't know how to !
varmints." enraged. "Have we got no horses? 'f
instead... the soft warm lovelier lustre of
handle their 'ponies. Looks as if "How do you feel, Simmie?" "Only three that Simmie hobbled years ago..a lustre thatlasts..andLASTS*

they've been run off, eh, Ben? And The half-breed grinned. "I say before the,panther jumped 'em."

no squaws as far as I can see. Someof what you say." "Panther?" snapped the be.

them are carrying loot," he add-' "Want to go 'in with us, Ben?" wildered Texan."That's ., O.4dar I
ed. "You can see them unloadingstuff. asked Bowie. what started the row."

And there some mix-up at Bowie He
turned from the fire.
to go, are you, 'Henry? S I
the front when they halted. stumbled something'lying'' at
"All 'right, what we going to do?" 1 hh his feet.
The scout shifted his cheeks FLY AND ,MOTH SPRAY I
r asked Pardaloe appealing to Bowie. "It's a prisoner," he exclaimed. i
around .1
"Looks as if 'they're heading'.for mournfully on imaginary "And there's the.other.,"

; us, doesn't it?" returned ,Bowie. "If quid. "Well enlisted' for the ex- He bent down"and inspected .the Strength to Suffer

they keep on up the canyon they're orders.pedish,"Henry. Guess I'm under r, nearest captive lying trussed like 'a Fear, not in a world like this I

bound to run foul of us. If we turn wild.animal. Bowie felt,the body- and ''thou shalt know ere long,

,. back we've got good ten miles of a ,They discussed rapidly one plan 1 ., 'there was breath and warmth. know how sublime a thing it is to :"'"'
of attack after
another. All
climb to get away from them. We agreed "Take care of the other, Ben," he suffer and be strong.-Longfellow.
never could do it-they've got horses that the important thing for their t. said drawing his hunting knife. I IJj

I'll tell you, Simmie; get in own welfare was a supply of horses.To "The wrists are tied so tight the I Ii
; take but a few of, these wouldbe j flesh SOOTHES CHAFED SKIN '
close and make sure what they'redoing has swollen over the things. i iWNITf
invite the
." to savages' pursuit. Working with care, he managedto I

.:', Simmit was gone .a long time, The bunch, Bowie declared, must cut the thongs from the tortured DETP t.EUM EILV f
be in the '
so long that the white men beganto stampeded melee. wrists. The ankles 'were as bad. WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT 5<

wonder.. Then they heard his "But! if you stampede ,the ponies," He snipped the rawhide' strips that Jj

4' careful said Pardaloe, "who's going to catch the and and
footsteps. pinioned arms legs
Careless With Life ;:
'em? We'll be footin' it again. ,
"Thought they'dcaught Sim- turned'the captive's face toward the
,< mie," said Bowie. "What you did, ,"The only way to cover that," The Texans were seasoned in There is nothing of which men I

find out?" you Bowie continued, "would be for Sim tracking and scouting. fire."It's a child!" he exclaimed. are so fond, and withal so careless '.j i

mie to sneak in and hobble five of as life. ;
"So's this announced Parda-
( "Not much one,
more than I knew be- those saddled horses before the straining eyes every move of'the
t foe., It's a ,war party on their way'' alarm's given." milling savages as they threw them- loe a few feet away.

t" home not a squaw anywhere "Henry's got it all laid out, Sim- selves down to sleep-all of this Bowie shook his prisoner gently ::.:?( f, :. ;tf: 1? ti! "I :f.>. P" I
t around. Some of those and spoke. There was no response.
ponies have kept the two ,Texans pitched highin '
mie, Ben Pardaloe ti\" I.120ST
Spanish saddles. They've raided Yet the prisoner was breathing. He
a skeptically."I anxiety. An hour must still pass
; the head for
turned close inspec-
rancho. before Simmie could act, and it
don't think so much of an ad
white This
tion.uIt's child.
f: "Any sign of wounded?" vance stampede," admitted Bowie. passed fearfully slowly. a
hasn't from In-
war party come an
Simmie shook his head. "If Finally Pardaloe muttered,
they "If we clean out the Indians we'lltake dian'fight. They've raided''a rancho
had wounded "What's happened to Simmie?"
they ,must
any have their horses. If they clean us "
What's ? He
name spoketo
died on the of anynow. "I don't know what has happenedto
way up-no sign out we shan't need horses. I'm depending the captive. A pair of large dark
They've been chased-that's Simmie, but something has hap-
the night
on surprise and
stared in silent fear at him.
sure. Some of those pened to the horses," whispered eyes
are the gunfire-and the old Texas yell He felt the clothing. His hand
bad shape-they've been run to -long and loud. There's Bowie. "Listen!
I' a moon skirt. heaven Ben
grasped a "By ,
.' ..
death. The neigh of a pony caused the
: tonight. But if signs are any goodthere's I believe it's a girl."
"Horses!" boomed exclamation. An answering tram- f
but a better prospect for rain "Same here said Pardaloe."So .
\:' cautiously. He licked his chops. than moonlight." pling and million of the horses "
de-I said Bowie quietly, "that
"We've got to get a chance at "That suits me," grinned the clared trouble to"the' ears of their killed the
them." He peered at Bowie. "Whatwe Creek. and his scout. But what was it all I was ) game. They've
rest and 'carried off two girls .
to do about? Before such question could TO mOST
going Henry? "Well, just what have we got to a What's name?" he asked as he
;, Bowie turned to Simmie. "How fight with?" asked Pardaloe. be asked the crack of a pistol in- your
chafed the swollen wrists "Tell
many of them are there?" "Enough," said Bowie. "I've got stead of the coo of an owl caused where live." \. $ WHO VISIT BFiiTBIUQBE!

"Near as I could count, fifty or my rifle and knife and my Colt spin the two to spring to their feet. The There you was no answer. Efforts to Baltimore's newest, largest and finest

fifty-five. ner. Ben you've got your rifle, camp was already stirring., make the other child speak were hotel-700 rooms, equipped with
"The question is, how to keep out pistol and knife. Simmie's got the "Hold your fire, ordered Bowiein fruitless. every luxury and modem'conveni- .
of their way," said Bowie, reflect- That's eleven shots before' an undertone. "Get in front of equally ence. Fine restaurants serve the
"Well we've to
ing., "If they come up this way in using the knives. Simmie's good the horses, quick." The two scram- from here, ,", said got Bowie get finally.away world-renowned food that has made '.,f
'' the morning we'll have to mix with bled hastily' to the position they Baltimore a Mecca for "gourmets";
for ten
men Let'sgo.
eight or
"These girls may be Indian, but I bars and lounges feature drinks
them whether we want to or not. ." wanted and threw their rifles to their
don't believe it. Here comes Sim- mixed: in the time-honored Maryland
Shall we turn back shoulders. "Take the second fellowup -'
or to
try dodge mie with the horses," he added. manner. Rates from $3 to $a single.
'em shouted Bowie. "I'll the
; past tonight? CHAPTER IV get
"These birds will be after us at day-
"Injuns got good ears," observed first." The two 'rifles cracked almost "
: break. Let's get going.
Pardaloe grimly. To attack a victorious war partyof together. The Texans were in strange coun-
"But no guns," retorted Bowie, fifty-odd Indians would have "Yell!" cried Bowie to Pardaloe,
try, but they were old in ,frontier
still thinking. "I believe 'setting a fine example himself.
he went seemed mad
a even a and they let the horses jog
n., on "we, can around Simmie ran from behind. Withan ways
get them up
: tonight century ago, to any but Texan fron- along, confident that they would get
without losing any hair."They've tiersmen men who took long earsplitting ferocity he ,raised them out of the mountains, throughthe
got what looks to me chances and relied his own voice. The Indians now
/ chiefly on wit foothills and to open country if
i/ like a couple of prisoners," re- and resource to meet an emergency.But came on the dead run for,the horses, they were let alone.

marked Simmie casually. these three men, two of them, brandishing tomahawks. The' war- Much to the relief of the refugees,
"Priso ers?" echoed Bowie. riors were met by the bullets from
"Why at least in
young years though vet- the rain clouds scattered at day-
didn't you say so before?" in frontier two pistols and the revolver. The
erans fighting, canvassedthe break. The air was clear and chill.The'men .
"I might be all wrong," continuedthe situation in onslaught of the Indians proved disastrous -
pretty thoroughly saw dimly before them, as
impassive Creek. "I wanted to their discussion. The Indians would to themselves. Simmie far 'as the eye could reach, a rolling V'IGILAXC'ECOMMITTEE
get closer to make sure, but I have jumped into action with his hatchet,
never stopped to camp in mid- country and,.rising out of the morn-
thought I down there seconded by the fire of his com-
was too
; long. afternoon had they not been sure ing shadows on the western horizon,
: Bowie acted as if an electric shock that they were safe from further panions. The savages ,recoiled. a vast expanse of sea.

: ,' had galvanized him. "Hell!" he pursuit. They had chosen a spot Bowie, dodging hatchets as best he Bowie shouted and pointed. "The

., ', snapped testily. "That's a horse of easily defended and were evidently could, ran in to where the captives ocean, boys! The Pacific! It's Cali-
I,, another color. I've heard these Cal- giving themselves a rest to gorgea 'lay. Here three warriors stood their fornia!" ADVERTISING is a great vigilance

ifornia Indians are close to canni- big supper. ground and attacked him. Bowie, There was less enthusiasm from committee establishedand
bals. They may have camped to "You can see, Ben," said Bowieto clubbing his empty rifle, laid about his comrades. Simmie grinned be- .

make a meal of their prisoners. brace up his scout, "these devils him. The long, heavy steel bar cause he was pleased with whatever maintained in your inter;

f.. We've got to look .into this-come have been chased hard. think made a formidable weapon. Pardaloe
", ... pleased everybody. est, to see that the men who
r along. it's all over-they think they're safe.A They were fighting in the fitful stared vacantly. His ponderous jaws

"Now, Henry," cautioned the scout good noise and some shootingwill light of the campfires, sputteringnow moved slowly and spasmodically on> aspire to _sell to you will

I .as the three walked through the scare them to death. We in the falling rain. Swinging' an imaginary chew of tobacco.TO be of trade
pines, "don't go too fast. If them couldn't pick a better time. All I the rifle fast and sweeping it in ( BE CONTINUED) always worthy jour _

furious half circles, bringing it :vi Carmen of the Rancho-


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701 Loans Are Mack* Game CommissionContinued what he stands for and HOW he has made application for a tax deed I and the Seal of this Court in then :
to be issued thereon. County, Florida '
proposes to accomplish it, I will City of LaBelle, Hendry -
Said certificates embrace the following this October 4th. 1940. I
Federal Association publish it in this column. I make described property in the I (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL
By ( from Page 1)' this proposfUori'in an effort, to County of Hendry., State of Florida, Clerk of Circuit Court of
to-wit: \< Hendry County Florida.By .
During Month Of Aug. and intention of tho law. Mr. find out just what his program is. K% of SW 4 of SW% and NW% INEZ MAGILL D. C
: Bruce was' of the opinion that the This column is published In thirty- Of NW' of SVV'A and S% of NW 4 I J. M. COUSE
of SW'/i, Section 32, Township 42 Solicitor for Plaintiff.5t. .
matter should be submitted to the two weekly newspapers and in five S Range 29 E. Pet 4-11-18-25._Nov. 1, 1940.

T. .. Washington. Sept. 28 HarM courts to determine whether' or dallies. So, if anybody can make ty The under assessment the said of certificate the said proper issued "

loans made by the 47 insured sav- not this training constitutes, a violation out a case for Willkie, here Is a was In the name of W. R Cason- ..APPEARIN
chance to reach about 100,000 'v. R Cason Estate NOTICE TO
ings and loan associations in Florida of the game law. Unless said certificate
shall be redeemed -
in August numbered 701 and The parties 'to the Investigation Florida citizens with it. according to' law, the preperty -

amounted to $2,835,140. it was described therein will be sold to COUIIT OF THE
being unable to decide the qlie'Uon the highest bidder at the court house THE DISTRICT .

announced today, by, Nugent :Fallen of law, then proceeded to call upon ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC door, on the first Monday in the monthof 'UNITED SOUTHERN STATES DISTRICT FpR'OF FLORIDA THE-
General Manager or the Federal CHURCHRev. November 1940. which is the 4 ,
County Judge W. T. Maddox, at day of November, 1940. TAMPA DISTRICT
Savings and Loan Insurance Cor LaBelle to settle thq legal problem.) Lawrence J. Flyrui, Pastor Dated this 4 day of October. 1940. i iCU1I ;'
No. 303
(Seal :
poration. After both sides of the question ) WILLIAM T. HULL.'
last"year: 443 loans 'I Mass each Sunday morning at 8 Clerk of Circuit Court of UNITED STATES OF 'AMERICA,
In August were presented to Judge Maddox, Hendry County Florida. .
aggregating $1,526,830 were re he stated that he had made a care- I o'clock, excepting the last Sundayof 'I 4L Oct. 4-11-18-25. 1940. Petitioner,

As of' September 1 this the month when the time .Is vs)-
ported. ful investigation of the law in con- I ;I ,i

year, three associations had home Junction with the county solicitor, 10:30. 10 in l .
'OIIDEK OF rUBJUICATlON Government Lots 1, 5, 6. 7 and ,
mortgage loans'on their books I and that they had decided that the Confessions are heard every Sat- 'I Section 6, ''and Government Lot 1 in I
$55,190,080. urday evening from 7:30 until 8.30 IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE Section 7, all In Township, 43 South,
amounting to proper training of a bird dog before TWELFTH,'JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF Range 29 East, Hendry County,
Florida investors placed $1,576- the open season does not constitute and before all the Masses. FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY Florida, less parcels K, KA, IU. KK,
810 in new savings in the associations Weekday Mass every morning at COUNTY. KL and LH. as.shown on plat of
violation of the law.
a Judge 8:00 o'clock.Devotions I IN CHANCERY. CASE NO.I .-. the right of way for the Caloosa-
during August as comparedwith Maddox stated that it had been along hatchee River filed in Plat Book
$1,022,200 In the same month In honor of Our Ladyof I CLKWISTON REALTY AND DE- 2, page 69, Public Records Hendry
established custom and practicefor
I Florida,
Help Conducted a
Perpetual are
last As of September 1,
year. bird dog owners to train theirdogs' FLORIDA corporation
total private savings in these institutions Friday evenings at 8 o'clock followed Plaintiff.vs HERBERT -WILLIAMS, unmarried,
so as to get them ready for and others named in the petition,
aggregated $39,872,000; at the open season; that the hunters by Benediction of. the Most )- Respondents. ,

the same time last .year the total and Blessed Sacrament.
sportsmen bought hunt-
1 Religious Instruction Class foechildren ALMAR & COMPANY a dissolved THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED
was Ing licenses are the ones ,who sup- Delaware corporation and all unknown STATES TO:
are now 41,019 investorsin port the game department, 'and that I Saturday morning at nine persons or parties (whether i ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN OR '}
here in Clewiston, and after Sunday natural, corporate or municipal) HAVING LIENS UPON THE PROP-
these locally-owned and locally-
the hunters ought to be permittedto 1 claiming through, under or from ERTY HEREINAFTER IN THIS ."
managed thrift and home-financing train their bird dogs so that I Mass in Pahokee. said dissolved corporation, and E. NOTICE DESCRIBED: -
whose The Mass schedule of Pahokee i? B. ROBERTS, Trustee for Almar
institutions savings .
are protected they can use them during the open I & Company, a dissolved Delaware WHEREAS, a petition has been
against loss up to $5,000 season. The Judge stated that he 10:30 every Sunday, excepting the corporation, and all unknown parsons filed by the United' States of America -
last of the month when having or claiming interest in the Division Court of the
Sunday an -
each by the Insurance Corporation,
did not believe that the ;
; I in the real property described United States for the Southern
Federal Government' instrumental Intended to abolish this custom. Mass is at eight o'clock. The'public., in the bill trict of Florida, for the acquisitionby

ity' ,Forty-six of- the associations regardless of religious belief is always Defendants.It condemnation of:
The perpetual right, privilege I
operate under Federal charter. and I welcome in this church. appearing by the sworn bill of power and authority to enter and '

one under state charter. complaint filed herein that the plain- I deposit upon'Government Lots 1,
Hendry Co. Motors- tiff is entitled to an order of publica- 5. C. 7 and 10 Section 6, and
tion, Government Lot 1 in Section 7, all
AMERICAN BOYIS IT IS'ORDERED that the defendant, I in Township 43 South. Range 2f! I
RegistrationContinued (Continued from page 1) Almar & Company, a dissolved Dela- East, Hendry County Florida, less
r be located some fifty feet west of ware corporation, and all parties Parcels K, KA, KJ. KK, KL and LH J1
COMPANIONTO claiming interests under or from as shown on plat of the right of
the addition and will be the same Almar & Company, or otherwise, and way for the Caloosahatchee River '
( from Page 1) type construction. twenty-five feet THOUSANDSHundreds Almar.& Company, or otherwise, and all filed in Plat Book 2, page 69,
offer a greater registration prob- unknown persons having or claimingreal public records of Hendry County,
in width and feet
eighty-five deep.
property in Hendry County, Flori- Florida, earth spoil and .other ma-
lem than any, to be encountered In The front forty feet of this building, da, to-wit: terial excavated In the Improve-
the county. Present, plans call ,for of thousands of boys and Lot 25, Block 173, of the General ment construction and maintenance -,
will be used asa tractor'storage and
young men read THE AMERICANBOY Plat of Clewiston, Florida, accord of11 the Caloosahatchee River
the use of school houses as place* display room, the next twenty-five .:Magazine every month and con- ing to the plat thereof recorded and Canal' and in Hendry County,
of registration although the unit sider It more as a livingcompanion in Plat' Book 2, at pages 7 to Florida:
feet will be occupied by the body .
than as a magazine."It's 14, "inclusive, of the Public Rec- in which petition the followingnro
of registration is the voting pre shop of the Hendry County ,Motors ,as much a buddy" to me as my ords of Hendry County, Florida, named respondents: Herbert P. Williams -
neighborhood! chum, writes one high unmarried Emma Williams,
cinct. and E. B. Roberts, Trustee for Almar ;
and the rear, twenty feet by the school senior. "THE AMERICAN BOY'
& Company, a dissolved Delaware I unmarried; Fannie D. Williams, unmarried -
:' Registration boards will be made auto paint shop. The front of the seems to understand a boy's problemsand corporation, be and appear in the I : Edwin R. Williams and AnnaW.
up entirely of volunteer workers considers them in such a sympa- above entitled cause at. the Court Williams, his' ''wife; Isabella M.'
will be tuccoed.
I building thetic and helpful way. It gives I House in LaBelle Florida, on the Williams, a widow; Arthur T. Williams ..
who will receive no pay for the Paul Bussey Is the contractor on advice and entertaining reading on 4th day of November, 1940, being a Jr., and Emma Rochelle Williams "\
work and are not expected to incur the buildings. every subject In which a young fellow Rule Day of said Court, to answer as executors of the Last Will -
new is interested., It Is particularly help- the bill of complaint herein else the and Testament of Arthur T. Williams,
any' liability for' expense. It it ful in sports. I made our school allegations of said bill will be takenas deceased; Arthur T. Williams, Jr. Individually -

anticipated that a large,, number of basketball team because of playing confessed by said defendants and Claire Drew Williams.
FulminationsContinued -. tips I read. In THE AMERICAN IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that his wife; Emma Rochelle Porter and
workers will be needed. "
BOY this order be published once a week Garret Porterher husband: Lucy
All men who are twentyoneand ---:.:.- I Many famous athletes in all sports.' for. four,' :(4) consecutive weeks in Starke Williams, unmarried; and
frorri credit much of their success to help- The Qlewiston News, a newspaper Herbert 'Drew, unmarried, Isabella
reached'their Page 4)
have not yet ful suggestions! received from sports published In Hendry County, Florida. Milling Drew unmarried, Katharine
thirty-sixth birthday on the reglstratipn hint at any democratic right that articles carried in THE AMERICAN' DATED this. 2nd day of October, Frances Drew, unmarried, and George
BOY Magazine. Virtually every Issue 1940. Frank Drew, unmarried, as heirs at
( date will be .expected to the American people have lost in offers advice from a famous coach local) WILLIAM T. HULL, law of Isabella M. Drew, deceased;

register in this first peace-time con the past eight 'years. And he didn't or player. Football, basketball, track:, Clerk of Circuit Court of all as heirs at law of Marcellus A.

scription of men" for'army service. suggest what "rights of democracy tennis in :fact every major sport is.. Hendry County, Florida.EVANS Williams deceased.
covered In fiction and fact articles. ,, ,' MERSHON & SAWYER. NOW, THEREFORE, you, and the
All of these men are, expected to be were about to be, taken away from Teachers, librarians, parents and Miami,. Florida, above' named respondents, and each
leaders of boys', clubs also recommendTHE Solicitors' of you, and all other persons concerned -
registered on .the date set betwce us. He said he''was in a crusade, AMERICAN BOY enthusiastically. for .Plaintiff.
in' interest in,
No. 219. 4t. ,Oct. 4-11-18-25 1940. I or 'having an a
the hours of seven'. in. and ninep. but he didn't'say what he was They ;have found that as a or lien' upon the above described property -
general rule regular readers of THE ------------- - -
you are hereby notified to be
m. and are urged .to do their crusading, for. AMERICAN BOY advance more rapid BILL FOR DIVORCEIN' and appear in said United States ).
patriotic duty by coming forward Willkie said he "stood" for .reemployment hand develop more worthwhile District Court for the Southern Dis-
characteristics than do boys who do trict 'of Florida, at Tampa Florida,
I' for registration. It has not been by private enterprise". not read it. r THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE on the '15th day of October, 1940, tc

'. : said what penalty would'be given Well, who doesn't? 'But the question Trained, writers and artists, famous TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF show what Interest or lien you or
,'. those who coaches and athletes, explorers FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY any of you, have in 'or to the above
fail to register on the is HOW can 'private enterprise
: scientists and men successful in business COUNTY. described property, or any part thereof -
pi.f,. 16th but there is a probability that re-employ the ten million peoplenow and industry join with an ex- and to show cause, if any, you
perienced staff to produce' in THE LARIE BILLUPS, Plaintiff, or any of you have, why said property -
will be will
they treated out of work. If Willkie
t very sls s AMERICAN BOY, the sort of reading should not be taken by United I
,;ri! severely as the. draft, dodgers luring' tell .specifically and definitely just matter boys like best. vs: )- States of America' for' the purposesset
2-: THE AMERICAN BOY sells on most forth ,in said petition; and this' .,
war how that can be done he will deserve \
newsstands at 25c a copy. Subscription RUTH 'RAVEN BILLUPS, Defendant. on penalty of you,' and each and all ,
f; Several.. have already volunteered to be elected President.In prices are $2.00 for one year or of you, the said' respondents, being .
for service on 'the than of dull $3.50 for three years. Foreign and ORDER. TO APPEAR barred of all claim and interest in
registration more one hour rand
: Canadian rates 50c a year extra; To to said property.
.:. boards and many others are expected dreary droning through his written subscribe simply send your name, THE STATE OF FLORIDA: WITNESS, the Honorable William J.

t .to volunteer. It is not Willkle'laBed to ever address and remittance direct to THE TO RUTH RAVEN BILLUPS. > Barker, United States District Judge,
speech say '
AMERICAN BOY 7430 Second Blvd., appearing from the plaintiff'ssworn and likewise the undersigned as
known whether the same ones will definitely just what are the issues Detroit, Michigan. ,- bill of complaint that your Clerk of said District Court, at Tampa,
be required to work throughout the between him ,and the President. 'He address is unknown, it is hereby Florida, this the 11th day of September. -
ordered that you are required to ap- 1940.
day or whether changes may he didn't, say :what it is that he favors NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR I pear on the 4th day of November Attest A! True Copy

% made in the personnel during the that Roosevelt is against, and whatit TAX DEED 1940. before the above entitled court, EDWIN R. WILLIAMS .
(Senate Dill No. 1C3) I to the bill of complaint filed againstyou Clerk U. S. District Court,
day.It is that Roosevelt favors that he in the above entitled cause, and Southern District of Florida.By .
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the Clewiston! News is designated I
Is anticipated, that between is against hereby NETTIE'TIDWELL, D. C.
Mrs A. McGehee of Tax the in
J. holder as newspaper which THOMAS McE. :JOHNSTON
twenty and thirty minutes will .be If any one person who favors Certificate No. 873, issued the 3 day this order'shall be published once aj I" Attorney at Law,
required for the registration of Willkie for President will write of 'July, 1899 and Certificate No. 182 week for four (4) consecutive weeks. I Miami, Florida,
I issued the 5 day of August, 'A. D. WITNESS the Honorable George W. I I Attorney for Petitioner.
.,\- each applicant. down definitely and specifically 1929 has filed same in my office and Whitehurst as, Judge of this Court. I. No. 218. 4t. Sept 13-20-27. Oct. 4, 1940 '.
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