The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00808
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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 11, 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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Act Continued Another Yearhidepellhleilt :


Growers Resent Pepper's Proposed Amendment] Pepper's Would Cut-Amendment AllotmentOf

Sugar Corp.


Many Growers And ( Editorial) I" BY FLORIDA'S SENATORIAL
Business MenThe PATENTS FOR I f

Claude Pepper, Florida's boot-licking misrepresentativeJunior United States Senate on Friday I
of last week approved the con-
Independent sugar cane grow- CANE HARVESTERS Senator has just effectively applied the toe of, his bootto tinuing act for the Sugar Act of

ers of the Florida Everglades, those .---- his constituents in South Florida. 1937 which had been approved

growers with who raise comparatively and small sell The following telegram was received In all fairness, ''we have tried to analyze the situation and many weeks ago by the house of :
acreages cane representatives, the' bill passing in
by Jay W. Moran, vicepresident -
It on contract to the United States and general manager of the have tried to find some reason for tie] Senator's action after the same form as that passed by

Sugar Corporation for processinginto United States Sugar Corporation on standing idly by while the Sugar Act of 1937 was extended for the house. There was dissention I I II

ments sugar relative expressed to the their amendment senti- Wednesday of this week: another year, then adding insult to injury by attempting pass- .I this only appeared from the to Florida be very senators light.and

proposed by Senator Claude Pepper New York; N. Y., age of a surprise amendment to penalize one of South Florida's I The bill continues, the Sugar Act

when interviewed by representativesof October, 9, 1940 greatest developers, the United States Sugar Corporation. with its quota system, processing
the News.It Mr. Jay W. Moran,
taxes and parity payments for an-,
The Senator's
own statement says "I have not only foughtfor
Clewiston, Fla.
was these Independents of
other 'year, to December 31, 1941.
whom it is presumed the Senatorwas Just closed purchase number a fair distribution of the quota which belongs to the United The original act expires the end

thinking and acting for whenhe cane harvester patents. States, but I have had great personal embarrassment because I of this year.
asked that the of the Clarence R. Bitting.
United acreage know my action might be ,misunderstood and would in all The only known change in the ;
States Sugar be
Corporation :
cut in two and the half taken from In commenting upon this tele- probability be made the basis of an attack upon my advocatingthe act was a house provision for a
: Mr. Moran 'said: "We will limited Import of refined sugar
them apportioned out to the independent undoubtedly gram proceed immediatelywith same principle within the state of Florida. That is to say, from Hawaii and Puerto Rico.

growers. development of a machine I introduced an amendment Friday, which, unfortunately, was Sugar producers of the Florida t

Not all of the independents have under such patents. I do not. desire defeated, which would limit 'the acreage of the United States Everglades have consistently fought !
contacted but It is the unani-
the system of quotas imposed
make further
to comment 'at
mous opinion of those who have I I this time." Sugar Corporation in Florida to not exceeding 50 per cent of under the act and state that they

that they would not now be enjoyingthe the acreage allocated to 'Florida."" can produce sugar in this new, sugar
In the past officials of the United I,
advantage of growing a suc- area cheaply enough that they can
States Sugar Corporation have The Senator should feel great 'personal embarrassment in
cessful staple crop had it not been still pay the highest wage rates of
for the corporation's pioneering of stated that they did not push the proposing such an amendment, because, as best we can analyzethe any producing area and yet makea ,J
of mechanical harvesters be-
the industry, its research and Its use substantial profit without gov- :
cause of a desire to give as much situation 'the action was taken either through gross ignorance -
aid to them and they ask for no ernment parity payment To this
Increase in allotments at the employment as possible when the of the conditions ,in a large portion of the state which he !
expense end a ,fight has been }vaged against :
of the corporation they consider unemployment rolls were so high, professes:! to represent, or it was done through vindictivenessof the sugar act in ,order that more I

their ,best friend. This at- From time to time the statementhas a personal nature. cane may be planted and processed
titude is shared by many of the been made that only onetenththe in the 'glades and thousands of I

business men of Clewiston and number of employees would be Every effort has been 'made to acquaint Senator Pepper, additional men employed by: the in- I

vicinity and quotations have been necessary' with mechanical harvesters and every other member of both houses of the Congress with dustry.It i r
secured from as many as possible. as compared :with present the problems the growing Florida sugar industry 'is trying to was nokthe: continuance; of the ,I
,methods of. band harvesting.It "
,, These '
follow -
quotations : ,
,_ :, I. act that has surprised growers of
"* overcome. Senator Pepper has personally visited the 'cane area I
Ralph E.. Kurtz is significant that' the purchase I the area but the amendment pro-
Fort Jlyera Attorney and Independent ,of these harvester patents is an- numerous times. He is not ignorant, and he is not too blindto posed by Senator Claude Pepper

Cane Grower. nounced within a week after Sena- see, when brought, face to face with conditions, what has just before the bill came up for pass-
"The statement made by Senator tor Claude' Pepper, junior senator "
United States Sugar
that the
been done and what be done in South Florida if obstaclesare age
Pepper with reference to the amount from Florida, introduced an amend- Corporation's acreage allotment be

of sugar which can be grown by ment to the continuing act for the removed from 'the path of the sugar industry's development.So I cut in two 'and the half taken from

any person is not sponsored by nor Sugar Act of 1937, :which, if it had them divided among the indepen-
forced to the conclusion that the amendment
we are ,
is it ,
approved by Independentcane
any been passed, would have destroyedthe dent growers of the 'area. This
grower so far as I ,know. The growing of Florida sugarcane.BITTiNG'S which was luckily defeated, was a personal, action against' the amendment, which was defeated, is '{.

t Independent growers have ''insisted corporation which has developed America's new sugar bowl seen by independent growers ,as \
on unlimited production and further : the death knell to the sugar industry -
and which deserves every right to continue its development. .j
of all
regulation kinds is
of the state if it had been
opposed to the principle for which STATEMENT We do not profess to know what has caused this feeling on passed. Senator Pepper has indicated -

the independent cane growers have the part of Mr. Pepper, but we do know that it is not shared that he will carry the fight

been working." RELATIVE TO ACTIONOF by the farmers of Everglades. who have only contempt for for passage of the amendment into
J. M. Couse the January session and a fight is
this action, "in their behalf." planned if this ,at-
Moore haven Independent CLIne Grower already being
and Attorney."Senator ., SENATOR PEPPERClarence Sugar producing in the Everglades began as a vision. It tempt is made. !
Pepper has offered no take the !
constructive remedy. The United would still remain a vision had not the United States Sugar attitude The independent that had growers it not been for

States Sugar Corporation pioneeredthe R. Bitting; president of Corporation taken over the remaining. assets of an old promo- the United States Sugar Corporation -

first sugar development in the the United States Sugar Corporation tional company and made the ,dream a reality. The corpora- there would be no sugar industry -
Everglades and is entitled to every made the following statement in this part of Florida andif
possible consideration irrespectiveof tion has developed varieties of cane of high sugar content
from his office in New York after the proposed cut in their allot-
the general question of breaking the introduction by Senator Pepperof which are adapted to soil and weather conditions of the Ever- ment is made that it will mean the ,I

down a successful business which his amendment. The statementis glades; it has developed methods of drainage and watercontrol eventual destruction of the industryin I

has conditions constantly in their striven own business to improve and given in full: ; it has found new methods of disease and pest-control inI I the Florida.first independents The corporation the chance gave to

in the "I can view Pepper's action and has in allied fields of agriculture' as
industry. We simply wantto cane fields. It experimented grow cane for processing by themat
his threats
for further action as
grow more cane under a larger a contribution to the Everglades section and to' further its their mill in Clewiston and have
nothing more less than debasing
quota, preferably have the or
or quota striven to have the quotas raisedin
removed entirely." of his high office, given him by prosperity.
order that more Independent
I the people of Florida, to the destruction -
C. E. Miner of the livelihood of thou- Because the corporation developed these varieties of cane, growers may have a_chance to grow

Clcwlnton. County School Board sands of Floridians. ':,these methods cultivation and harvest, it made a paying this staple crop and more mills for
ber and Chairman of the \' 1\1"m-\\ be erected. ClarenceR.
Fire Control Hoard. I business in the Everglades and it I processing may
"Personally I have' spent much out of sugar-production ; Bitting, president of the corpora-
"I was not surprised at the Senator's time, money and effort trying to has given freely of all the knowledge it has gained through tion the latter part of last year
action after being familiar help the farmers"'of. Florida through
The took the lead in organizing a sugar
of research and expensive experiments. corpora
with his work in Washington in assisting in the organization of a years at Belle Glade and plans I
behalf of the PWA project for our Farmer's Cooperative to be owned tion's life is tied up in the Everglades, and it has consideredthis cooperative were so -far along that specifications t!

local high school.' If it were not and controlled by the independent section "home". The problems of the Everglades have for the new sugar house had }I
for the United States Sugar Corpor- farmers of the Everglades. Furthermore -
been made the problems of the corporation and its officials already been drawn up. This was I
ation a great many'ot us would i I have spent much_ time and done during a temporary relaxing of I
now be on WPA. I await only thsi money and effort obtaining plans have sought continuously! to solve them. quota restrictions following the

opportunity to tell Mr. Pepper I and specifications for a Farmer's Clarence R. Bitting, president of the corporation, has declaration of war in September of
personally what I think of his Cooperative Sugar House and obtain When the quotas were
amendment. I think the Senator ing commitments for the necessary fought valiantly for the vegetable farmers of South Florida, last again year.imposed in January plans for

is suffering from, too much com I private financing of such Farmer's trying to obtain a protective tariff for them on vegetables the cooperative had to be dropped. \

, fort." I Cooperative Sugar House, which which are marketed here duty-free from Cuba and Mexico Senator Pepper, In introducing i
Elbert L. Stewart Cooperative Sugar House would be his amendment said: "I don't want
His efforts I
during the truck in the Everglades.
\ owned and controlled by the Independent season
Cnftlilcr First Hank of CIevlton and lit constantly thrown in my teeth i ii
Hendry County; UcprcsentatUe. farmers of the Ever behalf of these farmers have been more notable than Senator i that I am here representing one r
'"It is extremely unfortunate for glades. Furthermore, I have spent Pepper's. corporation that draws several '

South Florida that Senator Pepper much time, money and effort en- I hundred thousands of dollars In ,
takes this attitude. If his resolution deavoring to have corrected the For several years Mr. Bitting has urged truck farmersto benefit payments every year. 1

should pass it would be a severe gross injustices'perpetrated upon grow sugar-cane and has offered every inducement to them. I want a fair distribution of mystate's 1'1
blow to the the farmers of the
entire section of the by "
Several independent farmers, because of 11r.itting's urging quota. I.
state, not alone to the corpora- iniquitious Cuban Trade Treaty. time during the debate
tion. and because of the corporation's offers of help, are growing At another
\ Is be
to Congressional
"Pepper reputed high in according to the
"No one else is in position to the councils of the New Deal and sugar-cane today Every one of them owes his success to Record, Mr. Pepper said: "I am J;

continue cultivation of the acreage thus should be able to get what- the corporation which has yielded a portion of its quota that not trying to prevent the enact- .

which Senator Pepper would require ever he desires. Has he obtained the small participate in cane-growing. The cor- ment of the continuing resolution
growers may
the corporation to relinquish.The sugar quotas for the independent for one year."
resultant unemployment and farmers of Florida? Has he employed poration made available seed cane of its best varieties; it gave

distress\ would be acute. I hope i engineering services and freely of advice and counsel of its scientists and agricultural P.-T.A. TO MEET
the Senator will ,become better informed obtained plans and specifications fora them it
experts; it loaned heavy, expensive equipment ;
on South Florida's situa- Farmer's Cooperative Sugar The Parent-Teacher Associationwill
tion and will reconsider this move House? Has he lided and obtained made_ free tests of soil samples and cane in its: !laboratories: ; meet at tie school building
.Continued on Ptgo- 10)\, :(Continued on ;Past: 10) :(Continued on Page 4) I. Tuesday afternoon at 330.: _

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The bamboo tree is one of the
most useful trees in the tropics.It I I I love to vork txkd cor\cuer
grows as much 'as, 16 inches in I LessonBy things '

24 hours,' and attains a height of I love this world 'oftrifei

more than 100 feet. E ENww HAROLD L,. L.UNOQU1ST. D. D.
J fi R Dean of The Moody Bible I Instituteof noise znd
is hollow but at each ..u K.7in Chicago.
The tree rwNU Srr.rrr
is (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) I tlty h't..vE.r
of the many joints the cavity $

closed. Saw off one complete sec- THE VILLAGE NEWS-PRESS Washington D. C. suck troubles, o

tion of the thick stem and you (Prop and Editor. W. JTinchell) JAPAN GETS AVIATION FUEL Lesson for October 13 myI .

have a perfect pail, or cooking The new iron and steel em-
the scrap
told off
sections form Mrs. Roosevelt sure never ,,
vessel. Guild bargo finally shut off one of Japan'skey Lesson subjects and Scripture texts elected -
radicals after the Newspaper
could be bored '
ready-made bottles. and copyrighted by International I
held its affair. It was one of those military supplies.But Council of Religious Education: used by
Bamboo makes house-building permission with life! :a !
off-the-record gabfests, and she through a loophole as big as
simple. The stems are used as Wish a barn door had been able 1CCAN
spoke her mind plenty. we Japan THE BOYHOOD OF JESUS ;
scaffolding, walls and roofs can be could jot down what Mrs. FDR said despite this supposedly stringent \

made from it, and split sections but tain't allowed. But. she said embargo, to obtain all the U. S. gasit LESSON TEXT-Luke 24052. %

form the floors. Masts for ships plenty-to their faces. needs for the bombers that are GOLDEN TEXT-And Jesus increased In )
Wisdom and stature and In favor with God I
other raining death and destruction
and rods for fishermen are and man.-Luke 2:52.:
uses. People of the East eat it, too. Ex-Magistrate Overton Harris helpless Chinese cities and villages. WNU Serylce.INDIGESTION.

sure oughta know better'n to argue This loophole is the little-noticed pro- One brief but revealing glimpseinto

with a cop about getting a ticket. vision that limits the embargo onlyto the earthly life of our' Lord is

Happened in a West 57th Street restricted a certain super-grade of gas-87 all 'we have from His birth to the

area "I could break octane and over. time when he entered upon His

YOU GAN you for this!" the ex-judge threat- This type of fuel is essential for public ministry at His baptism in Gu trapped may in the affect stomach the or gullet Heart may act like a

ened. Hell, there's nothing deader modern aerial warfare. Without it the Jordan. How appropriate it is hiir-tntraer mart men and on the women heart.depend At the on lint Bell-ana sign of Tablet dutreu to

than an ex-anything, say we. planes are not able to attain the that he was permitted to live those Bet gu free. No laxative but made of the fastest*
Brtlnijr' medicines known for acid Indigestion.If the
great speeds necessary in dog fights years of His life behind the'curtain FIRST DOSE doesn't prove Bell I-ana better rctnra
AFFORD Heard a mighty good joke over and raids such as ,take place night I of divine silence. bottle to na and receive DOUBLE Money Back.2Sc. y

at Bub Martyn's Cuba place. It wasa and day over Britain. i The incident in our lesson shows

: take-off by Milt Gross, the pic- But Japan is not, up against that Jesus at the age of responsibility, Various Smiles I

RELIEFFROM ture drawer. Seems that a movie kind of battling. Its bombers and and in His Father's house. This is There are many'kinds of smiles !

FAST man with an accent told an actress fighter planesface no aerial opposi- preceded by one verse which reveals each having a distinct character. I

PAINS OF who applied for a part: "You got tion. They have the skies to them- Him as the growing child, and is Some announce goodness and I

eyes like "Hedy" "Heavens selves. They don't need super-gas. followed by another verse which sweetness, others betray sarcasm,

RHEUMATISM, NEURITIS sakes alive!" said the lady, "Hedy They can do just as well on lower tells of his advancement from boy- bitterness, and pride; some soften !

HEADACHE Lamarr?" octane fuel. Their job is no differ- hood into manhood. Luke, who is the countenance,by their languishing -

"Naw," said the movie man ent than an ordinary transport the only one who presents this sto- tenderness, others brighten by

A TABLET "Hedy Cantor!" plane's. They haul out a load of ry, thus fills out the picture of the their spriitual vivacity.-Lavater. )

, 11 NOW BUYS bombs, dump it and fly back. divine-human personality of the One

a ck:, ,"\< 'BAYER ASPIRIN Hear tell Miss P. Hopkins Joyce, The :story is told in the followingunpublished whom he purposes to reveal as the r

K the famed wife is being signed up government figures. In perfect and universal Saviour. ,J'C '
(, to go on the radio and give a seriesof the,month after the imposition of the" I. The Child Grows (v. 40). ADVISES I I

gossip scoops. Ye ed ain't wor- so-called embargo, Japan imported Like'every other child in the world YOUNG /

t' ried. Peg can't write gossip as well from .the United States 187,026 bar- (apart, of course, from any sin or GIRLS, .

,. as she can make it. Ha, ha. rels of lower grade gasoline, or more blemish), Jesus grew during the first

., than 20 per cent of all ,such exports I 12 years of His life on earth. One ENTERING

: Mrs. Jack Oakie, who nearly during that period. I rightly regards that growth as the .
passed on to the Pearly' Gates, on normal, happy development' of every ,

acc't of her ailment, has been ad- SPY CENTERThe child, a time of physical devel- Thousands of young girls entering wom-

vised by her doc to completely rest large Japanese fishing colony opment, of carefree play, of learn- anhood have found a "real friend". in
In 2 seconds by stop watch,a genuine Bayer for several months or else face"seri ing obedience. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com-
and fa Terminal. island in Los Angeles pound to help them go "smiling thru"restless
,. Aspirin Tablet starts to disintegrate ous consequences. The former Jesus came into the world to die moody, nervous spells and
.' ready to go to work.See for yourself this way, harbor is soon due for a cleanupby relieve headache backache and
why Bayer Aspirin acts so quickly. Venita Vardon certainly shouldn't go Uncle Sam. as the Saviour of sinful men, but embarrassing cramps fainting spells due to female
around worryin' her well-wishers for these childhood functional irregularities.Famous for over
we aro
.Millions now enjoy modern that This colony has long been under years 60 years. WORTH TRYING: !
; way. glad that He just grew,. waxed
= suspicion as a nerve center of for-
i method save
speed strong in body as well as in spirit,

:: money they once spent forhigh Met up with Romo Vincent, the More eign espionage than of on the the West coast. developing mentally, and that in it.
one "fishing"
show-actor at Mario's Hurricane ves- Doing Good,ResolutelyLet
"the of God
' was
high-pricedremedies. grace upon,
sels is ,
cabaret. He told ye ed about the radio-equipped, and intelli- him." May our children have a similar : no man be sorry he has done

[i: You may be surprised at the speed oddest clause he's ever seen in a gence officials have evidence that opportunity and privilege! good, because others concerned

with WhICh Bayer Aspirin brings relief contract. In the he had in a i some of the colony's sea-going deni- with him have done evil! If a man
; from headache and pains of hone zens double in brass as spies. II. The Boy Meets Life's Re-
. restaurant in New Orleans the has acted right, he has done well,
rheumatism, neuritis, neuralgia. No action has been taken to sponsibilities (vv. 41-51). alone if wrong the
clause stated: "You shall not go up though ; sanc-
1' the fastest, most effective
Ii Among Soon the whenas
enough came day
: Aspirin not on before the salad." now chiefly because of state department tion of all mankind will not justifyhim.Fielding.
Known, Bayer ,
fi' ways a "son of the law" Jesus reachedthe '
t.,. only brings relief from such pains qualms about kicking 'up an 'ofacc'ountability' and went .,
r, very fast. but: this quick.way is Ye ed'can remember all the international ruckus. The suspectswere age
with His to the feastof
G' inexpensive. It save the kept under scrutiny but noth- parents keep
very may
'. way back in this village when Tiffany -! the Passover. He entered the MAY BE GREAT FOR
;- dollars once spent on high priced ing was done to get rid of them.
k & Co. and stone
,' remedies. were ring ped- temple, and there took over the responsibility -
' dlers in the 1930s and considered it But with Japan taking the bit in RHEUMATIC PAINB
; Once you try it actually.feel for his own religious life,
its quick relief, you'll know why beneath their dignity 'to put their its teeth in Indo-China and showing which until then had been borne by

., thousands make sure they get no name outside their store.' Wal, next signs'of further adventures, the His parents. Such a day'is of vital this famous Prescription / '

,,' substitutes for Bayer / a month they open a new one on 57th state department has withdrawn its importance in the life' of every boy has helped thousands, too
Aspirin by always A and 5th, and have their name almost red light. Under a plan worked out
and and in the of Jesus visit
girl, case has the to
.'. asking for it by its full 1l'EJ? everywhere. My, oh my, and lands with California and Los Angeles of- everyone got money
was of special significance. "The Springs. But it doesn't punish
name...never by the R sakes alive! How the mighty have ficials, the fishing village will be
name"aspirin"alone. Acting for Himself, He tarried in your pocketbook to buy Prescription
.' 'alien. dispersed. the temple. As a good learner, He C-2223. This famous remedy brings you
*, *
f. Demand BAYER ASPIRIN asked and answered, questions, at' real grateful help for rheumatism/s
i.F::. Our esteemed and jovial rival, U. S. FLYING FORTRESSES the same' time amazing those who pain, muscular aches, or rheumatic
i::r franklin Pierce Adams said that he fever. It does its work as an effective
f' "Flying Fortresses" of the U. S. heard by His understanding.To .
r.: Well Done made up a joke which he. sees is army and powerful twin-engined Him it was the natural. and analgesic-thousands enjoy its pain-
Sold money-back
:. The best thing is to do well, now a campaign button. The one PBY patrol bombers of the U. S. expected thing that He would be in relieving action.6"oc or $i.on Demand Prescription
: guarantee, .
I'', what one' is doing at the moment. about Willkie for President-of Com- navy-for Britain- His Father's house, going about the C-2223 by its full name.

-Pittacus. monwealth & Southern. Fact is thata The negotiations have been goingon business of God. He recognized the

; photograph of that button ran in for several weeks simultaneouslywith special relationship between Him-

..; the; New York Mirror on the edi- conversations regarding the securing self and the ,Father-His' very own' Growing Pains
toral page and was a stale joke of air and naval bases on Father-and He began to assume the' Heartaches are sometimes just

I weeks before The Mirror editor ran strategic British islands in the Pa- responsibility of His divine missionon growing pains the Lord sends

it. cific. earthj when He thinks we have not cour-

,' QEZEIOtEUM JEt ( I He was about, to turn the corner; age enough.-Grace LivingstonHill.
The British
i are urgently in needof
Russ Davenport quit Fortune to from boyhood and start toward man- .
/: long-range, great weightcarryingplanes
help Mr. Willkie and wrote piecefor hood but there yet 18
a were years
F What Time Brings of the "Flying Fortress" and
it about his man. So J. Chamberlain that He was to show His perfect sub-
PBY type. Lack of ships of this
Time is the nurse and breederof : (formerly a book critic) of mission to the will of God by His e h "u
all I kind is a vital weakness in Britishair
the wrote for Roosevelt. to His
I paper one obedience parents.
> power. They have no planes '
i Sort of a battle page. Wal, Russ capable of operating east of Berlin, III. The Youth Goes ,On to Man- Leaf40 OUR=

took a dig at Johnny in his. Said which makes it' impossible to strikeat hood (v. 52). "Cap-Brush"Applicator ,1
. something about not having the timeto makes"BUCK LEAF V>-
WELCOME RELIEF FROM some of the Nazis' key war pro- The curtain is drawn again, and JUST A GO MUCH FARTHER,
read a book as he was busy mak- into the DASH IN FEATHERS..
duction centers located in what were the boy Jesus develops
STUBBORN SORES ing a President. The rest of the
{ formerly .Austria and Czechoslo- man; yes, the man who was to
staff decided Russ
,' "VARICOSE ULCERS. MILK to go buy a copyof vakia.A bear on Calvary's tree your sins and
Mortimer Adler's "How
J. to
C LEG, WOUNDS, CUTS, Read a Book." fleet of 25 "Flying Fortresses," mine. What do we know about these WNU-7 41-40

BURNS ETC. which have a cruising radius of over years when a boy with the consciousness -

r t -and from Bolls Fever Sores Insect 5,000 miles, would bring the war that He must be about Strong Binder
t Stings, Frostbites, and many oth'er sarIS Here's one for that feller from His Father's business went forwardto
,"I that "hang on". Use Alton's Ullerine home to the Germans where it No cord or cable can draw so
New York to end his Sunday night
the and
e Salve one of America's oldest remedies, would hurt most. Also, the British manhood under loving forcibly, or bind so',fast, as love
S discovered in I Si?, and praised to this talk with: -who is glad to live could strike smashing blows at watchful ,eye of the mother who can do with only a single thread.
day for affecting permanent relief of tho in a land where confidence in a presidential all these sayings in her heart."
Italian industries-and Lord
is the
most stubborn cases. Has a powerful Italy Bacon.
candidate buttonin "
"drawing out" action which promotes means a Achilles heel of the Axis. Jesus "advanced, the word being ,
healing from bottom up! A safe effective your lapel instead of a bullet in entirely different in meaning
household salve it will The naval PBYs are needed in the .
- pay you your back. from the "grew" of verse 40. The Tory's popularity I
have always on hand. Ask your druggist crucial Mediterranean struggle. of Dean's Pills after ,.
for Allen's Ullerine Salve in old. child without any thought or
; its grows of worldwide
., fashioned package-or write J. P. Allen NOTES OF A NEW YORKER With a range of 4,000 miles, these purpose of doing so, but the boy use, surely must .1
Medicine Co.. Dept. A. St. Paul, Minn., mighty flying boats could destroy I be accepted as evidence 'I
enclosing 35c or 6Sc,for generous Jars. .. Two years ago Martha Scott arrived Italian submarines transports and pressing on to manhood has to beat .I of satisfactory use. '
or $1.25 for economy can. Postage paid in New York from 'James- his way forward, cutting a path [And favorable public !
by us supply ships. Italy has to transport opinion supports that I
port, Mo., with $50 to carve herselfa everything she needs in her African through life to his goal. of the able physicians I
-, niche in the Thittir. Carleton The fact that Jesus did that should who test the value of. ,
offensive across the Mediterranean, Dean's under exacting
Alsop was a socially prominent radio and the PBYs could cripple this encourage every young man and laboratory conditions. 1 1,
4(- producer He gave Marthathe woman who is doing the same in a These physicians, too, approve every wordof I
I jugular difficult and hostile world, and cause advertising you read, the objective of I
role of Alice Blair in one of his
BEACONS which is only to recommend Doan's Pills
; WOR serials because she needed a These planes also are needed to them to seek the daily companionship as a. good diuretic treatment for disorderof I

job to eat and because the script meet assault on Gibraltar, key to and help of the Son of God and the kidney function and for relief' of !
the pain and it !
worry causes.
I SAFETYLike called for an unknown youngster out British control of the Mediterranean. Son of: Man who has passed that If more people were aware of how tie "

to achieve fame and happiness in They' also would put Britain in a way before them. kidneys must constantly remove waste ,
that cannot stay in the blood without in- ,
a beacon light on. the Big City The hero of the much stronger position to meet The development here puts the jury to health there would be better tindelstanding I

the height-the advertise strip drama was a manabouttownauthor Spanish intervention.The mental first, then the physical. The of why the whole body suffers 'I
when kidneys lag and diuretic medication
ments in newspapers direct patterned after Alsop's per- army has a total of 59 "Fly- latter is important, but must be tinder would be more often employed. I I

sonality The struggling Aliceof ing Fortresses" plus a number of control of the former. Crown- Burning scanty or too frequent urination !
to better
you, newer, and sometimes of disturbed kidney
easier the continuity eventually marriedthe others in production, which are com- ing them both is His growth in function. You may suffer nagging back. "
I ways of providingthe dashing hero. ing from the factory at the rate of.,. grace, fellowship with God and fellowship ache persistent headache attacks of dizziness I

things, needed or Just as the struggling Martha about seven a month. with men, the latter glori- ness under, getting the up eyes nights--feel, weak swelling, nervous, pum- t.

desired. It shines, this Scott, promoted from the hungry The British would like to makean fied and made useful by the former. all played out. 'f
Use Doan's Piltt. It is better to rely on '
beacon of newspaper Rehearsal Club, days-through her arrangement to obtain every oth- Here again we may learn of Him medicine that has won world-wide ac-

advertising-and it will be playing in the stage and screen "Our er new ship. Army officials say who, though the Son of God with claim than on something less favorably ,
known. Ask neighbor!
to your advantage to follow Town" and "The Howards of Vir- this would not delay U. S. rearming, power, was obedient to the limita- your

it whenever ginia"-was married the other dayin but would enable the manufacturerJo tions of the humanity He had taken

make you a Fifth Avenue church to the pop. ; expand his facilities and achievea and yet advanced "in wisdom' and
a purchase. and in favor with God and
ular Carleton Alsop. : greater output. stature;
man" (v. 52).

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;:::: ; flousehdIdNeujs Fellow Was ali OptimistA ; A ; Fh-

contractor borrowed a badly

worn car ''from a friend for an
emergency trip. With an em-

ployee'' he set out. .....
A little way down the road he Fair Question :'After'jpiat t"?, : "' ... _
Minister You should always let Patron (posing for photo)-=What wiUthese '
noticed the brake did not work.After .
mile bygones be bygones, my boy. pictures 'cost me?' :
another they were Elmer Then why do they Photographer-They're $30 : rolling down a smooth road towarda make us kids ''learn history? Now look pleasant! t

t.c, .. bridge. A glanceshowed a six-
foot between the bridge and Her Idea 'T
: : ... gap Men are all alike in one respect.
fi '"'L avvrmya!
''t' the bank. Viciously he pulled at "What is more beautiful than
Every one mE.et.is' different.
you ;
the emergency brake, only to'find having the three little' ,words, 'I

" ., that it did not work. Then he love you!' whispered in your ear?" I

discovered that the gas pedal had Change Necessary "Having, them in writing,
jammed down. "Can you, change this dollar bill dearie."
for me, please?"
Turning to his companion, he remarked "Why do you'want it changed?" "Even a worm will turn." But

cheerfully: "Well,' here's "Cause 'Mother'thinks it's'a bad what's the use, it's the same at

hoping the,gas gives out!" one." I both ends.

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-} u open 'ends. We are inveterate
: GUMMEO, booklet collectors on all sort of 1
(See,,Rec pes Below) TAPE subjects. 'Frequently we cover

( binders with fabrics or interesting'
Three cheers! It's fall again! Now Stuffed Ham Steak. /
papers'so they look.attractive
is.the, time to perk up your home a (Serves 5-6) PUNCH the shelves in on

bit, to scan through Dame Fashion'snews 2 cups soft bread crumbs r any'. room. Vision

nofes, and to dress up your Vz cup seeded raisins (chopped) 800KLET5 s r s Each year more sand escapes

table a bit with new and old-time Vz cup walnut meats (broken), ). LOOSE LEAF MnTH TABS NOTE: Here Is a good suggestion for from the hourglass of life and this

favorites.As :r/ cup brown sugar ,' BINDER ATTACHED keeping ,the series of sewing booklets leaves clearer, vision.Van'AmI -
Vz teaspoon dry mustard +t which Mrs. Spears has prepared for'our '
each season comes we always burgh.
readers. There are five booklets available
W cup butter (melted) I make a, trip to I
heed its call by planning foods suit- V and a new one is published every
able for serving at that particular 2 large slices smoked ham (Vz inch & New England I 'like to bring other month. No. 5 contains directionsfor
back something to remind that 30 different homemaking ideas including
thick) $ me
time of the We try to rush
year. new fall curtains useful I COLD'S I
J ; holiday MISERYANY
Whole cloves !;there have been about 15 generations -
spring by setting forth very crisp, gifts, and description of the other book I
cool, and fresh vegetable salads. Combine the crumbs, raisins, $: of homemakers in America lets in the series. When you write for TIME OF YEAR r

the when nuts, sugar, mustard, and butter to :f,J since John Alden and'Priscilla set your copy of Book 5 be sure to enclose
Throughout summer, ap- lOc to cover cost ,and'mailing.. Send PENETRO't t L
petites wane, cooling beverages and form a dressing. Place one slice of up housekeeping in Plymouth col order to:
light foods are most popular. ham in a shallow baking pan and ony. This time my treasure was I
.', spread dressing on the ham. Placea the pair of ancient flat ,irons you Effects of Praise t
But with cooler weather that is second slice of ham on top. Stick see here in use as book ends for MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS Praise makes good men better ;

here at last, appetites pickup whole cloves into the fat. Bake ina my work-room library of loose leaf Drawer 10 and bad men worse.-Thomas ,,
and the family is more than Bedford.Hills New! York Fuller. -
slow oven (300 degrees) for about binders. Setting themup: reminded -
ready to discard their favorite lighter Enclose 10 cents for Book 5.
1 hour. me that I have been wanting to I

meals for something more sub- Date Butterscotch Pudding. show you my method of fastening Name ...............................
stantial that will provide new energy -
for school and fall activities. (Serves 5-6) booklets in ring binders.I Address .............................
2 cups brown sugar (light) use %-inch wide gummed tape. I
Many 'of the foods we serve are 3 tablespoons cornstarch

those that your mother served, and V teaspoon salt

her mother before that time, but :Vz cold water
we can give new flavor to them, 1 cup boiling water I ASK ME "Th A Quiz With,Answers

new and attractive ways of serving, 1 egg +
and a 1940, style. 3 buttercup Offering Information
tablespoons I (

, . ,;....:;._-:: -. Vz dates (chopped), ANOTHER on Various SubjectsThe
Combine brown
sugar, cornstarch,
\: A tiny sprinkling of ginger over salt, and cold water. Add boiling .I-...'.:'-.. ..::. II

\ roast beef gives ,it a yummy flavor. water and cook Questions 3. A hater of mankind. r ',:- .' II

Meat loaf may be baked in a ring < ] e{} until thickened, 4. One day. : "

\ mold and served with parsley potato stirring'constant- 1. What term is applied to 'two 5. The North pole. (The earthis I,

balls in the center. ,; \ lYe Remove from places on opposite sides of the slightly, flattened at the pole.) _
Pour a bottle of gingerale over j!,,; '" range and pour earth? 6. One half' of, senators' present HOST ID ,mOST r

ham for baking, and baste occa- ::t/ over slightly 2. During which war was the when treaty considered.

sionally. beaten egg. Cook'about U. S. secret service established? 7. Early American naval flags. WHO, VISIT BniTimORE! 11 11Da1timore's

When using jelly or jam as a fill- a minute longer. Add butter 3. What is a misanthrope? 8. January 1, 1901. f
and newest, largest and finest
dates. Pour into sherbet glasses _
ing for layer cake, spread each layer and chill 4. How long does something thatis 9. Shed tears. hotel 700 ,looms, 'equipped with
very thinly with soft or creamed before serving. Serve plainor ephemeral last? 10. No. Portuguese is the of- every luxury and. modem: conveni l J

butter first. This keeps the jellyor garnished with whipped cream. 5. Which is nearest the centerof ficial language. Brazil, the larg- ence. Fine restaurants serve the

jam from soaking into the cake.If Cinnamon Apple Salad. the earth, the equator 'or the est state in South,America, beganas world-renowned food that has made I

you add a few drops of mint (Serves 5) North pole? a colony of Portugal. It is the Baltimore a Mecca for "gourmets";
2 cups granulated sugar only nation in the Western hemi- bars and lounges feature drinks (
extract to whipped cream it 6. The President of the United I'I
2 teaspoons cinnamon sphere in which Portuguese is the mixed In the time-honored Maryland
a delicious topping for chocolate IVz water States may make treaties with manner. Bates from $3 to $6 single.
cups prevailing language.
cake. other nations provided how many :
vegetable coloring
Pie. senators ? ,
Apple concur
5 medium sized apples (peeled and
7. "Don't tread me"
on was
:k. shortening cored)
cup Masters of Mankind
slogan inscribed on what?
:/ cup boiling water Bring sugar, cinnamon, and wa- I
8. On what date did the present
\Vz cups flour ter to the boiling point and add sufficient \ i I
1 teaspoon salt vegetable coloring to tint mix- century begin? Nature has placed mankind under [,
: 9.'What would you be unable to the government of two sov-
% teaspoon baking powder ture bright red color. Drop apples ('
4 to 5 tart apples (peeled and (peeled and cored) into boiling syrup do if you lacked lachrymal glands? ereign masters, pain and pleasure.It .
: sliced) and cook until apples are tender but 10. Is Spanish the official language is for them to point out what we Ii
i.t,: :Vz cup sugar firm. Remove and chill. of Brazil? ought to do, as well as to deter- \
Dash cinnamon or nutmeg Serve on bed of water cress and mine what we shall do. On the

Place shortening in "'bowl fill core of apple with diced celery The Answers one hand, the, standard of right
a warm ,
water it and and chopped nuts. Serve with roquefort and wrong; on the other, the chain Compressed Fury
boiling over
pour thoroughly with cream dressing. ,1. Antipodes. of causes and effects, are fastened- Beware the, fury of a patient
'," a 2. (July 2 to their throne. Bentham.
fork. Place flour, Bacon Baked Spaghetti. Civil war 1864) man.-Dryden.

)t) salt and baking (Serves 6-8)
powder in flour Vz package spaghetti
b sieve and sift 6 slices bacon

gradually into the Vz cup 'raw onion (cut fine) WILBUR SHAW- AUTO RACING CHAMPION

;..fc1 creamed shorten- 2Vz cups tomatoes

s ing and water 1 cup cheese (grated) '
mixture. Mix :Vz teaspoon salt t'J,

thoroughly. Make up into a dough :JA teaspoon pepper I:

ball and chill. Boil spaghetti until tender in boil-
To make apple pie, divide pastry, ing salted water. Drain.' Cut bacon I ,

roll out and line pie plate with first in small pieces BURNING BRAND-CAMELS. THEY'RE1

half. Peel and slice the apples and fry until light r;$ .,.i:, Y
ar- ;
' range in alternate layers with sugar brown in color. l EXTRA MILD AND EXTRA COOL CAMELS '}: }4 ;:: .,. II I

and cinnamon or nutmeg. Top with Butter casserole, I
and. place alter- ALWAYS TASTEi GOOD_GOOD THROUGH rrw
pastry and bake in a hot oven (450 !
degrees) for 10 minutes; then reduce nate layers of i: THE LAST EXTRA PUFF ) \ ,
spaghetti, bacon, vILA
oven heat to 350 degrees and bake
approximately 35 minutes longer. onion, tomatoes, ,. z1 ,
and cheese in the-
Serve warm with a wedge of cheese. I
casserole. Season each layer with

Golden Carrot Ring. salt and pepper, cover top layer with I

ti:g, ;-. (Serves 5-6) grated cheese and dot with butter.

1 tablespoon onion (minced) Bake approximately 30 minutes ina J tJJ,

3 tablespoons butter moderately slow oven (325 degrees COOLNESS wALI

1 cup soft bread crumbs ). T I.

2 eggs (well beaten) I.I

IVz cups: milk Household Hints. !

2 cups raw carrots, (grated) Have you ever stopped to realize booed Zgorator9 I
1 teaspoon salt that every single one of us includes the late
Dash pepper several hundred ordinary, homely lobo tom'of the 15 other of GET THE "EXTRAS" WITH :d.OWER.BURNINGCAMELS
fla household tasks in a Iii avcrag a an9 ,w- "
our daily routine? the sloWet'than
Brown the onion in the butter. Remove Miss Howe has just given you a fan btaa testy oa the averaSe+ a
from fire, and add crumbs. few of her time-savers and selling G ;
.: Place in a mixing bowl, and add but she also wants to :share: her favorite -; of them. Tur emu'l tooiuns

well-beaten eggs., Mix well. Add home-making ,trade secrets KES J

" milk carrots, salt and pepper. Pour with you. All you have to do is EXTRA i

into well greased ring mold and write to Eleanor Howe, 919 North

bake in a moderate oven (350 degrees Michigan Avenue Chicago, Illinois, Yr THE, CIGARETTE OF :
) for about
40 minutes. Turn for her book, "Household Hints --
onto heated platter and serve im- I and enclose 10 cents in ctoin. / COSTLIER TOBACCOS I
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The' Clewiston News PEPPER THROWN IN THE EYES OF FIJORIDA OPEN FORUM I library truly a community library

where everyone will feel free and
(Continued from Page .1)
have opportunity to make use of r-
Published every Friday In Clcwlston, and it purchased the cane when harvested.In its services.I .
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, October 5, 1940.
Inc. addition to all this, corporation officials gave freelyof 'am anxious to get the reactionof
their time and assistance in organizing a co-operative for the school patrons to this and

KEATHLEY BOWDEN, Editor the of this to be in Just before the 'close of the will appreciate it if those who are
production raw sugar- co-operative one 1939-40 school term it was brought Interested in our library and school

which the corporation did not even participate. Mr. Bitting to my attention that the Professional will write or contact me and tell

February Entered as 1, 1927 second, at class the Post mail Offlco matter In offered to provide the necessary capital for the erection ofa and Service division of, the Works me whether or not you would like

Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of Progress Administration was in position to see this plan worked out. I
March 3, 1597.Subscription new sugar house and the co-operative had gone so far as to to furnish library service and will
hold your expressions in strict-
have plans and specifications for the sugar-house drawn up. lunch room service in such schoolsas est confidence. .

ltate $:.00 1'er Yenr. But the hopes of those farmers were dashed by the_ govern- these services were needed. The Lunch Room Service
other members of the board of
Advertising Rates OB Application I ment's return to the quota system. trustees, Mrs McGehee and Mr. In regard to the lunch room ser-

The United States Sugar Corporation employs at its harvest Allen, asked me to look into the vice, we have enough information,

Devoted to the advancement and wel- season 5,000 employees in fields and other phases of the work. matter and procure the necessary I believe, to permit patrons of the
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. information. We wish to school to discuss the possibilities

The agricultural laborers receive cash wages and are probablythe this information to now the patrons give of intelligently. I have contacted

Newest Clewiston mysteryhowdo highest paid of any agricultural workers in the world.In the local school and feel that it several patrons, who are active in

they get the salt inside the addition to cash wages, they are provided valuable perquisities can best be brought to the attention P-TA work, and have found them

shell of those peanuts at Alston's. of the public by a letter in definitely interested as most of
well-built homes medical services recreational facilities
the Clewiston News. them realize the necessity of having

welfare services, convenient schools and churches. Shuldthe The office available hot lunches 'for their chil-
Claude Pepper contributed more Tampa of Professional
to the local success of "Write a Senator's amendment pass, and he gives warning he will Service Division, on September 9th, dren during the colder months of
the '
Letter Week" than Jim Farley's again fight for its passage in the new Congress, it would ;mean advised me details of the' library
posters. I service offered, as follows: "You I Lois Wygal, acting district supervisor -
destruction of this important Florida operation. It would having an established library, we I of the school lunch project,

Clcwlston High plays Its first throw thousands of well-paid workers out of work, returning could place a worker therein, pro- has written us: "Before the school

football game of the season at them to the unemployment and relief rolls of the state and vided you be able to show an lunch room can be opened it is

Moore Haven this afternoon. Good amount of sponsorship totaling 50 necessary that adequate equipment,

luck, Tigers! federal government.The per cent of the wage earned by the such as stove,. refrigerator, etc., are

corporation has been the largest single factor in the worker. Sponsorship may consist available. It is also necessary that

We're wondering If Senator successful operation of the several sub-drainage districts which of money expended for suppliesand the lunch room has, ordinary, safety

Pepper couldn't be persuaded to for new books. '. 25 cents and health -standards and that all
line the south' shore of Lake Okeechobee, and keep the land windows and doors be
may be counted for rental each
to Clewlston to make on
come a cam-
available for vegetable farmers and for all kinds of agricul- Food must be furnished
paign talk while In Florida. chair, $4.00 for a typewriter, 4 by the
tural development. Should Senator Pepper's threat of destruc- cents for each square foot of floor sponsor to supplement that secured

Clewis ton's "monopoly" Is supporting tion be carried out, it would very likely result in stagnation of space in the library, and 10 cents from Surplus and Commodities and
Gardening Canning. All labor
directly for each volume circulated duringthe ,
or Indirectly,
I drainage in the Everglades. Within 'a few the which includes
wholly or In part about seventy-five proper years month: These figures are com- a competent managerfor

per cent of the residents of the ditches and canals, without proper expensive maintenance, piled on a' monthly basis. ." the Lunch Room, is providedby
I the School Lunch "
'glades. We should all join In would be' inefficient and without efficient drainage no form of Applying those figures to our Mr. Williams
the fight to prevent the destruction school library, I estimate we spend I representative of it"
agriculture in the Everglades can continue. the Surplus Commodities Division,
of that sort of monopoly.; $20.00 a" month for supplies and
Senator Pepper's action can be viewed in no other light new books; the amount allowedfor gave.. us a list "white flour, graham

One of the northwestern states than that of destruction. He could have served his state constructively chairs, typewriter, floor space I flour grits, meal, rice, dried navy
beans raisins white )bacon
said a few weeks ago that they and book circulation would bring I prunes ,
by securing proper sugar quotas for it. He could Irish potatoes, evaporated milk,
would be glad to trade a 'couple of our total sponsorship up to about
congressmen for Florida's Senator have given his efforts to further the co-operative which would $68.00 per month. Based on that canned peaches, lard and freshapples"

Pepper. The Moore Haven Demo- have provided the farmers of his state with a real opportunityfor estimate we could likely be allowed which are available in
quantities to last at least twelve
crat asks If that offer still holds $55.00 monthly for each of two
producing sugar-cane. 'He could have given relief for the months. This leaves very lit lie
good. librarians. In this connection it
distressed vegetable growers in his state by correcting the was verified that inasmuch as the food to be provided by the sponsor,

Let us not forget that next Wed- iniquitious tariff which allows Cuba and :Mexico to place their present librarian's total salary is chiefly soup bones to add to vegp-
tables (these will soon be
nesday Is registration day for the $35.00 month, there should easily
per be
vegetables duty-free American markets competition with
available here for such a project).
selective draft. The Hendry county -. no difficulty: 'getting her certifiedto
South Florida farmers. Last year our P-TA spent $109.00in
boards are all set up and ready to the position at $55.00 which is

go and men between the ages of Instead of bending his best 'efforts for these constructive an increase of $20.00 per mouth providing free milk to needy
21 and 36 of Clewiston will be needs of his constituents, Senator Pepper has _been busy'pre- for her. The Professional Service given for the purpose evaporated by the milk Sur-,
registered at the Clewiston school Division send in
house. paring a threat'; of destruction to one of the most valuable and supervisors for plus Commodities division, may be
one or two days ,at two week
\ promising agricultural enterprises in the state. periods, for general supervision and used to make nourishing milk
drinks, both hot and cold, and
No wonder he has suffered "great personal embarrass instruction in library training, in save the money in purchasing milk
--:<< Xw:... ..).Xwo("" addition to annual training periods
ment. f for free distribution.
at Division headquarters at which i .
I The former domestic science

_____________________ ___ the librarians being trained receive
RAMBLINGS. I full (Continued on Page 6)
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By B. B. scar on his neck where the penny the ceremonies of the changing I Should this plan be worked out '

? was shot away. Under the circum- the name. I and put into effect here, it seems WANTED: Representative to look
I stances, the return of the penny to after our magazine subscription interests -
me everyone would benefit. The
in Clewiston
and vicinity.
. brings a great deal of pleasure to And here's a prophetic quotation present librarian, who has done an Every family orders subscriptions.
the Sebring gardener. from one of the oldest newspapersin excellent Hundreds of dollars are spent for
f:. job in the local school them each fall and winter in this
We try to keep the war out of the state-in fact; from an library, will have a salary raise of vicinity. Instructions and equipmentfree.
our column because we feel that issue of a Tallahassee newspaper Guaranteed lowest rates on all
j The German Library of Informa- more than 50 per cent, the school periodicals, domestic and foreign.
<,-..:. we all read, hear and think enough tion, 17 Battery Place; N. Y. has printed in 1829, only one hundred will get an additional library worker Represent the oldest magazine agency
about the subject that no purpose and eleven years ago: in the United States.: Start a grow-
been distributing, and should be able to
r could be I I sans cost sans give eve- ing and permanent business In wholeor
'. by additional words. request, sans desire and sans everything "The planters wear smiling faces, ning services for the benefit of spare time. Address MOORE-

But we ran across a paragraph the else, a small illustrated pam- especially those that are raising the public, making our school COTTRELL Inc.. Naples Road, North.
,i" Cohocton, New York.
l'' other day In the news that wedon't I I phlet of German propaganda week- sugar cane. It is a fact beyond

1'; want anyone to miss. Just ly to every American newspaper' dispute, from experiments, already .

in case you did, we repeat it here: office. This one bit of propagandawork made, that such gentlemen as have

A letter passed through German I I seems to be having a undesired the means and will enter with ,spirit ,

censorship from a British prisonerIn effect, however, as' every into raising sugar cane cannot fail

Germany to his father In London: I newspaper editor who glances of making large fortunes. Perhaps VOTE FOR FRANKLIN
"We get the best food I've there time
,r ever through It even curiously finds his never was a so propitious -

eaten. The camp guards are all temperature rising to the boiling ,for the man of capital and enterprising -

extremely decent and intelligemt.. I point. The last planter to invest their
pamphlet, f'r Instance -. Axis
t Powers and 5th Column. Don'tVallt Him
Tell all my friends how well I am (and this would be funnyin means as In the lands of Florida,

r being treated. Tell my pals in. the another connection) was titled: and such as have an idea of emi- AMERICA NEEDS HIM

army. Tell them in the navy. And "How Lies Are Manufactured". grating here cannot do better than ii
We thank him for flood control through the cross-state:
+y' above all, tell it to the marines." come forthwith."

Our guess is that the British The week before our first regis- *. > waterway development: dykes at Lake Okeechobee,

Fecw: : prisoner had been. associating with tradition for peace time selective And if you are one of the many employment for the unemployed.

Yankees. draft occurs, you can't blame us who haven't purchased their dog Vote For Roosevelt Vote The Democratic /Ticket
licenses and their driver's licenses
having to get the war a little
Up in Sebring Allen ,Drake, land- bit out of our system, can you? yet, you are already in arrears! /

I scape gardener at Harder Hall, received Signed-The Hendry County Democratic

a letter which revived mem- Getting a little closer home and o

ories of the last World War. A in a more retrospective mood we ,x....:...",:..>:..:..:..:o.o(..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..>:..:; Executive Committee.
man from Denver wrote him that note that
the little community and
he had just found ,in his possessions railway station over near Okee- Too Late To ClassifyBy
a Masonic
penny bearing Hall'sname chobee which has been known for I

and Masonic chapter address. many years as Fort Bassenger will, I RUSSELL KAY
y' He had found the penny in the I in a few days, have a sign
new on ,.. ...... .........
vicinity of Mollien-au-bols. France, its Seaboard Railway station. The I : .X..XW) )>X.--: : : ): : : :

in July or August 1918. It was new one will be spelled Fort Basinger ] (IIIIIIIiluniunl/ / ''''"."
his intention to find the owner of and the reason for the changeis The October issue of the Progressive 1 ...,=

r the penny and return it, so he a historic one: Farmer carries an interesting

brought it back to the U. S. A. with feature article on Florida writtenby
.( him. By the time he had settled One hundred and five years ago J. Francis Cooper, editorial direc- to l 0JG '"
massacre of soldiers took
'' again in civilian life, he had misplaced tor of the Florida Experiment Sta- iiNw -
place in the vicinity and one ''of pwith
the .
penny and only recently tion. .
the brave officers
Lieutenant Wm.E. .
'F Hall's came across it, and after finding Basinger, was killed. The fort Entitled "New Crops for Flori

present adress through the was named Fort Basinger, and da", the article tells of the pro- us' YOU ,
j: Masonic account
chapter, he is
the penny to him. returning from this the name of the community gress being'made with such new When Y ou hVe a savings dollars\\ at a time-lust =

was taken. Even in 1836, writers crops as Sea Island cotton, iceberg ad d to it a few out of your income.
Drake Is now 70 years old, and misspelled the name and wrote"Bassinger" lettuce, paprika, improved sweet = can can save d semi'eornings ,. =
was not In the World War, but potatoes and other whatever you compound 'T-
and through the crops. .
+r r during the World War yearsit = _...I we pa't' rlh whte'f\ !
became "Bassenger". The Sea- Florida is getting back Into the The saving w
goou .
moke =
Cuneo ;
stand-in for = \\
'. the then rea\y '
actor, Harold famous I board railway has now decided to production of Sea Island cotton in onnU01\Y\ oFice{ today.oncl.let' =

:: Lockwood, was a give the correct name to its sta a big way and shows a 30 per cent = come in our Insure d Savings .. .==
: .
of not ;
Drake's our
..,. ... nl_.. .__ 'rO and, just before I flan increase this year over last between Why mora 0 bout -
I oamus ior i1'ranee asked for a I! According to War Department 12,500 and 13,000 acres in this It US tell yOU the ht onon ,all\\ =
personal memento as a keepsake. records {>\ ? from .
Wm. E. EanMgs
Basinger was born profitable crop. 10th'
{ I
unaware Drake found nothing -! in Savannah. received by the
.i on his was appointed 'to While Madison, Lake, Columbiaand .. funds :;
person to offer I
except the U. S. ..,
Academy. He
the Masonic Cuneo Marion lead in its production,
, in a Jewelry store had stopped I was killed December 28th, 1835, 32 other counties are now growingthe
punchedand while on the
from. Fort King long staple, which is
placed on a chain which he to Fort
Brook in Dade's Massacre.
from cotton quota restrictions. Clewiston Federal
wore' around his neck Savingsand
t asa sort of William S. Basinger
who is
t charm. Returning from now Governor Cone, Commissioner
a general
passenger traffic- managerof Nathan Mayo, and William L.
year later, he called his -
on friend
r..r. Drake the Union Pacific railroad is a Director of 'State Farmers'
apologized Loan Association
for not returning direct descendent of Lieutenant
'the penny I Markets, have done much to pro-
showing 1
a Ions Baeinger
i and has been invited to (Continued on page 5)


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Judicial Circuit Bar Association, at garia, Experimental plantings indicate :

TIGERS DEFEATED its meeting In Sarasota! Saturday.He :. '. _.'that this, crop;: can:bef successfully ,I
THE! PO'CKEB'O'OK( succeeds Dewey A. Dye, of grown in Florida. CQtmercial : !

Bradenton.; plantings made this year yielded \

of KNOWLtDCE' TOP 12-8 BY MOORE Other officers named atf the. an- better than 400. bushels to thoacre
: : '
I s. nual meeting',' of,,_attorneys 'from "A bushel of' green: pepper ''I I
HAYEN TERRIERS Southwest Florida counties ,Include weighs 25 pounds, BO :acre yields I

George Hitchcock, ,Manatee, and are running: close to-,10,1300 pounds. II

David Elmer Ward,, For Myers' : 11t Gainesville'. the, paprika, .seeds. '4
The ClewIston_ Tigers, made a vice-presidents. \ were planted in late January, the '
gallant effort to overcome a plants. transplanted' the field, in i

twelve-point lead of, the Moore' Too Late To ClassifyContinued March and' the' harvest reaped in
Haven Terriers In the final quarterof July. Dr. F. S., Jamison, truck !
the game on the Terrier gridironthis horticulturist at the Experiment
afternoon but were able to from Page 4) Station, believes that( it' 'can be

push over but one touchdown and mote the growing of this promisingand planted earlier In January r "rther'south.
fOR EVERY OOLLAR.PA/D,7O conversion and the, game ended profitable cr9P and' indicationsare in Florida. It is estimatedthat i !
,GO, o RA/IROADS STOCKHOLDERS PA/DfieA&LAST YEAR THREE U 5. 12-8 with Moore' Haven on the that, the National. Defense 'program -. : this new: crop: "will afford! a '

DOLLARS M. TAWS long end of the count. will give further impetus 'to profitable use for about. 5,000 acres.The .
Through the first half the the end that Florida will ,eventually only other sta'te, experimentingwith '

.n O ;, / of MILKs l0Df"fRENT.COMPOSED. Terriers had much better of the become a leader: in the production paprika'at. the, 'presenttiin'!is,

engagement and pushed over one of Sea Island cotton. Louisiana.No .

TODAY,THERE ARE CASES IH WHICH S-EVERBEEN BUT NO CHEMIST. touchdown In the first quarter and Florida growers have a distinct one can say at the' moment
AMERICAN COMPANIES HAVE INVESTED MILK'ro1t added another in the second on ; advantage in that they can: keep, just what opportunities the w'ar ,
MUCH A5 A MILLION DOtifiKS NCVPROWiCTlON mnENEts straight running plays. Neither their seed! pure, where most other will open to farmers and growers, '
conversion good. The states cannot Weevil in Florida. Experimental work. is
'WITHOUTA_ SIGNED ORD&znzoM TVS PRODUCE MILK, attempted ,was avoid mixing.
ARMx AGAIN Tigers during this half stuck to control, of course is. necessary. ,but being done, with, ramie which it, is
a passing game, and were unable to the State Department of Agricul- believed. holds 'great:possibilities as '
get their aerial attack clicking.In ture, WPA and county, agents have profitable' commercial crop. ,The "'I''I'a

the second half It was a been cooperating with growers in steadily increased. use, ,o'f ,plastics Inindustry i

25 YEARS AGO : different story with the Tigers a control effort that is proving opens. another? : avenue for i
AUTO PLANTS '"of beans and/other '
the growing
0 successful.The soy :
EMPLOYED *. playing the Moore Haven lads to : '
T ? ONLY > used in the manufacture ,:
C f c A800TZ7,000, a standstill and, rolling up several demand for Sea Island cottonis crops .
: .41'u TODA/.THe PERSONS TOTAL l I II nice gains 'on line plunges made steadily increasing.' Recently I plastics.The ,
IS ABOUT principally by Carol Redish. Two Florida was called ,upon to ,supply a United, States' Sugar Corpor-

l f00o fft long! runs for touchdowns were considerable quantity for use,. in 'the ation at Clewiston has, been carryingon "
eoo I called, back, on the Terriers, once construction of the new' Flying experiments for: some .time in
because the receiver had not com- Fortresses for the .Army''and Navy, the growing; of grasses suitable for
= &
t O 0 / pleted his catch of 'a pass 'from now being built 'on, 'the''P; cif.c mixing; in high ,,grade. molassescattle- J,. .

center, knocked it into the air Coast and. dairy' ,feed.
AFRAIP Of THE TIMMOUSE4 1S'I and it, fell into 'the arms, of, another Here in Florida a concern in The surface of Florida's agricultural :
::15 \ A FACT Moore Haven back: "who raced almost Jacksonville is 'now, manufacturing opportunity has barely been I
EVERY WRt Of HIS HUGE the entire length of the field. stockings, from ,Sea Island cotton I sc'ratched'and much, progress should
FRAME WITH HISTWWK MAkES THE Again Leath made a. sixty yard run that, closely resemble silk,but,possess, be' made the coming year. ''
Einwr APPREH04SNS OF Pocews, only to be called, back, for,. having the advantage of being ''many times
.OR RUM UP on ttw BODY stepped over the sideline after stronger. Shirts 'made from" Sea
about a, ten yard gain.: Island cotton have a- silky sheen .. .................................
Clewiston scored in the closing and it is' almost impossible to wear' t : '
minutes of the, final quarter when them, out. RIDDLES. ,
sophomores invitation to their party. Lee, Moore Haven back, took, a In 191,4 when I first came to : ... .. :- f
<:CC rbool eh151 Although we did help pay, for, it, pass from, center, ,allowed it to 'I<:Florida this state had an important: had swell time.
we a hit his chest and bounce" and Sam industry in the production'o' Big **..S beating carpets { !
We have a superman'' in our class' iLang pounced on the ball and Boston or loose-headed lettuce. ,I ,
War is' news! And we're on the, (Carol R.). carried over for 'the. score,' with not Then: California developed, her fam- i iJ

warpath! Before, dogs have chased a. man near him. Junior, Waters ed Iceberg variety: and, took, the J

cats. Now the "Tigers" are after TENTH GRADE NEWS converted with a drop-kick, to add lettuce market, 'from, us. almost. over." It, It f fI
the "Terriers". Which sounds like The, Sophomores and lowly Freshmen the other two, points." night. I \

I'm wound up something awful, enjoyed a weiner roast, Mon After the kick-off the Terriers, With the development of a new } ; ::1
and maybe I am. Anyway the day night, on the levee.. were held and forced to kick to type of iceberg lettuce that can be i
Clewiston Tigers play the Moore Redish who made a beautiful return Florida this
This party was a, great success or successfully grown: in ;:
Haven Terriers this afternoon, andthey're rather sensational, because, it. put to the, Terrier twenty., Here'a state is making headway in regain-
heading for the kill, whichis fifteen yard 'penalty called andfe'j share market f
our old Romeo and! Juliet, (.whose was' ing a of the lettuce'
not as rough as it sounds. seconds' later the end and'it Is believed : or'the
names are Jim Davis and Betsy a game' that; a revival t
Why I' sound just a little nuttier Springer) back on the 'bumpy road ed. industry in_ Florida! is well under ; i I

than usual is that :we've ,just hada to love. .,.-. .
pep meeting. Hip, Hip, ,Horray! of black you'll know" how she way.The United States imports around BECAUSE ih* don lu beating of her cake battr !
eyes with Rumford It ?
Baking fowd r. act j in the
Most pop guns miss a-'pop every so BIOLOGY; CLUB', got, them.-Beulah G. seven million pounds'paprik'a a: mixing, Ji in ib* ovn.Writ for FREE raci .
often, but our cheers don't. They A Biology'' Club has been organized Edna Leiter, the girl. of the. Jr. year, most of it' coming from Jugo- book AddrwJi Rumford Baking Powder Box I,' i II
become louder and louder and the Rumford,Rhode bland.
slavia Spain, Hungary and Bul
with Gloria McDuffie president; class who has, the "hottest" temper I
only reason the roof, didn't blow off I
of us all hasn't gotten told ---------------------------------- -
Jim Davis, vice-president; Sonny anyone
is account of it '
on cheeringtoo.

All the Tigers, uncaged but Vaughn Miss. Humble, secretary-treasurer The, and that off yet.will,, last But long.It doesn't look, like N.N.N..N.N.N.,N.N.NIN-. .N.NIN. .N.H.N-.N.N. IN.NIN. .NINININ. ..N........N..NIN. :.N..N.N.N..N.N'..NIN'. -.....NIN'. ...'...N.-N'.N......NI....1......... t.
with teeth bared, prowled the as sponsor. pur- ::: : ;. t,
stage. Their trainer wctched' them pose of the club is to develop ,an Gus Cantrell, 'brought, a, piece, out :_: NOTICE, :: .:.
interest and understanding in our of the paper on the man who waxed'a '

fondly perform.and spoke The Tigerettes of their, cubs abilityto of environment.the : possibility Members of' are sending discussing Thats girl all and he's' kept talked her about seven in years.Eng- .*. To New and OI l .Arrivals. .iJ1-. Clewiston I 5,:
: :
so'many months around
with delegates to the. Junior Academyof lish class this week. He seems to ::: Register, 'Sour name and present address with us sci your :;:
the and and the
songs yells Science at St. ,Petersburg. be worried about that thing. +; friends and relatives ''Will have no trouble locating you as.i. .:.
crowd cheered at the antics. John is taking.., the school propo- :: we 'will gladly direct them personally to Sour, home- x;: y
Sam Lang is Captain of today's'game ASSEMBLY sition as a serious matter: He .:. There is'no: charge 'or obligation. 'Ve only'want to do our.t I
which is to be in Moore isn't fooling away any time Says, :i: part in re 1dering"'a needed: service to the visitors and, rest-: :t: I
Haven. :Cast year Moore Haven defeated The High School held their usual "it scares him." + dents of Clewiston. Register roday.; : .:. t
us in both of the games we Friday morning assembly with all ". .',

played with them. This year how- grades represented on the program FRANKLIN HEADS DAR GROUP :: GULF SERVICE STATION, "
ever, the tables are going to be which consisted of the Bible Read
turned. Never has there been so ing, Prayer, Pledge ,to, Flag, and James A. Franklin, of Fort :Myers, .'t' G. B. THOMAS, 1\Igr. JI"
of ...". . . . . . . ,. . .
much enthusiasm about football as Patriotic songs., was elected president the Twelfth .I, N N N N N....N.M."N.N.N.N.t;'.N.N.N.N.N.:.N.N.N.M.N.N.N.N...:N.N.N.N.N,N.N.N.N.N.N.N.N.:!N.N.N..Y I I
there is this year. We have quite a'' There was a try-out for cheer -
few larger boys this year and we've leaders and it is highly probablethat
got' good team. We expect a'' the following will be the cheer- l
victory this afternoon from the leaders for the coming year:

Clewiston Budget! Tigers.What family, businessetc. ,Margaret Renee Von Wethington Mach, Betsy, Barbara Springer DO YOU HAVE TROUBLE ON HillS I I..

Broadfoot and June Hooker. .
hasn't discussed the matterin

a heated manner? And now,
alas, the school room is a victim.
The economic class Wednesdaynot the junior class, are very
only had 'a heated' discussion, proud of Mary's new record. She
we really got hot. has been to school on time every

It seems we agreed we should day except four this month and ?'A 4iW2PIp5 !
have a budget but. what we could only absent a few times. Sometimes (
not agree on was what per cent to we think she's going to be
give the necessities and what to absent but in the middle of a classin
give the luxuries. she, walks. "Am I late?"

The greatest problem of the You've probably been wondering !
course was food. Half of the class about Junior's nose. Well, he says I
agreed that two people could en- he got it broken while playing' foot-

joy good food on thirty dollars a ball but I think if he'd ,keep it Ii
month but the rest of us were out of other affairs he'd get along 0 1n IiI

skeptical.For better. I
forty-five minutes debate Charles argues that he broke his

followed debate, pros and cons, each arm while playing football also,
having their time to argue. but I think if you'll ask his new

We really ddn't decide much, girl friend you'll get -a different
but mothers and fathers we can answer. I
now sympathize with YOU. We don't know what to think of !

..--- Hagar. Never before, since I can
NINTH GRADE NEWS: remember has he stood to recite.
What boy in our class Is crazy This year he's changed completely.He i
about his teacher. Wonder why) ? stands before the class and says
Has anyone noticed E. ring? just what he thinks.
I Ii
. Wonder what it was given to her Beulah came to school in a "big
for? (She says her birthday, but hurry"' Wednesday morning. Some !

can you believe that gag) ? 'say thats why sho wore her pajamas.I (
'A few of our boys are in hopes think that its just another "style". .. "' .'- j I
of organizing a string band. Paul hasn't changed at all since
Can you imagine a freshman girl last year. He continues to giggle.
beating a sophomore girls time witha Everything is funny to him. I
certain boy? think thats a good way to take
Can you Imagine Barbara snubbin' this school affair. If you can.I .
H. E.? have permission to give you my

A new girl has caused great opinion of what goes on in Louise's LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES ;
rivalry between several boys. mnd. What time it isn't wonder- ,

Bobby B. is the best student In ing. She, seems to have a dislike INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR
our class (Using sign language). for a certain person. So, if you see .
W$ certainly! do appreciate tho her cominp to school with a couple
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ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC Front and then discussed them far charged the cost of such meals

Hull Completes Plans For CHURCH Into the afternoon.One which 'averages 5 to 10 cents per

Rev. Lawrence J. Flynn, Pastor of the most regular nnd meal. Sample menus usually contain -

eager attendants at these noon-day soup, bread, chocolate milk,
Mass each Sunday morning at 8
gatherings at tho post offlca wasa perhaps a vegetable and dessert.I .
Wednesday o'clock excepting the last Sunday
Registration retired railroad engineer named
of the month when the time Is will also greatly appreciate the
... 1030. Willoughby Nettles, a first cousinto reaction of each school patron to
I Mr. and Mrs. Dog Smith, the this lunch room suggestion,-either
R. W. TURK CHIEF REGISTRAR from the high lake level and he Confessions are heard every Saturday city's most eccentric couple. It was by letter or personal conversation.Any .

FOR CLEWISTON; SMALL, did not feel that the high level had I I evening from 7:30 until 8.30 not very clear just what railroad he additional suggestion or idea

McCLOUD AND McCLENDON interfered seriously with the drying and before all the Masses. had been an engineer on, but as will also be gratefully received.I .
I Weekday Mass every morning at a result of much repetition his
SERVES VILLAGESW. of flooded lands adjacent to 8:00 o'clock.Devotions would like at this time to ex-
statement that he once had beenan
the lake.
T. Hull, chairman of the were in honor of Our Ladyof engineer was generally accepted.In press my appreciation to the news
those testifying
registration committee for Hendry Roscoe Among Braddock and M. W. Brad- Perpetual Help are Conducted 1918 he was doing a little paper editors in this free countryof I

county, announced this week that : dock of Torrey Island, R. Y. Creechof Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, followed "pea patching" (in the quaint ours, who are always ready to I
completed for the' by Benediction of the Most patois of Calhoun this open their columns to
all plans are Rltta Island, Ross Winne of county, term any and all I
handling of registration of all Torrey Island R. Y. Patterson, Blessed Sacrament. means that a person is doing a little subjects of whatever nature, Insofar
males between the ages of 21 and representing several of the south Religious Instruction Class for bit of a lot of things and not muchof as they do not transgress the libel I

36 ;years in the first peace-time lake drainage districts, John Du- children Saturday morning at nine anything) around Blountstown.He law. The thought 'also occurs tome r

conscription of men for army servicein laney of Pahokee, J. M. Couse, here in Clewiston, and after Sunday always dropped these mixed, un as I conclude this letter, that 1\
the history of the nation. The representing the ,Diston Island Dis- Mass In Pahokee. certain endeavors when the train there are few countries left in the ;

registration will take place next trict, C. Kay Davis of the Soil The Mass schedule of Pahokee ia.: rolled in, and headed for the post world today where a newspaper j

Wednesday between the hours of Conservation Service and R. L. 10:30 every Sunday, excepting the office to get the daily paper. He subscriber can set forth his views :

seven o'clock a. m. and nine o'clockp. King of Brown Farm. The hear- last Sunday of the month, when read every line in the paper about fully and sincerely in a public news

m. ing was concluded at noon. Mass is at eight o'clock. The public, the War and his conversation at 'paper without asking permissionfrom
Mr. Hull met with the school regardless of religious belief is 'always times indicated that he had reada any one.

board the first of the week to Clewiston IncludedIn welcome in this church. lot about it that never got into Very truly,
work out final plans for the use of the newspapers. He was an avid
the county schools for registration Plan ORIGINAL PRINTING reader, but being a little limitedin H. C. KOLSTAD,

places. This will be done and the Airport learning, everything he read Secretary, board of,'trustees.

principals of the white schools will Miami, Oct. 11-FNS-An didn't exactly "jell". Mrs. J. A. McGehee, chairman, .,
be chief registrars in the area One, day a bunch of the fellows D. B. Allen,
The Clewiston airport is included original leaf. of the first Gutenberg member. .
served' by their school, R. W. Turkat got to arguing about which Euro-
in a list proposed by the Civil Bible, printed 500 years' ago, will
Clewiston Velton Walters at pean nation, among all those en-
and military airports advocated as be among the collection of rare
LaBelle and Ben Mlyares of Felda.In gaged in the World War, was the
a nation-wide system to assure books, manuscripts and printed
Clewiston Mr. Turk will be adequate landing fields for national leaves displayed at Miami in celebration best fighter. Some said France;

assisted by members of the faculty defense the list having been pro- of the 500th Anniversary of some said ,England; some said r 1
others who have volun- Belgium; others said Italy., Good
and may posed in a development program designed the Invention of Printing. 'FarmLand
Finally to settle the
teered for service. J. E. Beards- by the Civil Aeronautics
ley and C. E. Miner are the Clew- someone asked Willouehbv Nettles
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Authority. The CAA emphasizes, ;:;':';:;:;':MH--:":":":":":":": ":":":":- which
was the best fighter. He
iston members of the committeeand
however, that because a project is I
are attempting to have the' replied, "Fellows' you are all wrong.
on the list, does not mean' that It
registration in this end of the FULLER'SFULMINATIONS Them little. Alleys are the best
will 'be built, or improved, if already ,
fighters in the whole bunch. ,
county go off as smoothly as pos- i existing. for Rent
sible. I
The Clewiston airport was listedat
Considerable effort has been made $11,000, and the LaBelle field Open Forum
:: to take care of the negro registration By FULLEN WARREN
at $7,800. Funds for airport, improvements -

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heaviest in this section. G. H. vided by Congress, but the CAA lists f
room at the local school is equip-
Small has volunteered to serve as
ten million
an amount exceeding World War I wreaked untold' ped with two gas stoves and sufficient .
registrar at Harlem' Academy which
dollars for the ultimate developmentof
destruction, brought sorrow to mil- cabinets, tables, and sink to -
t will take care of the in
negroes about 4000 airports in Florida.
lions of once happy homes, and loft handle the amount of food necessary Trespassers .
the Harlem Village, E. M. McCloud
After funds
provided a priority
? are many nations a legacy'' of debt that It appears that a refrigeratorand
wll be registrar at Bare Beach andC.
,. board of Army, Navy and Commerce still burdens them. But it'go' a few inexpensive serving Will Be i
C. L. McClendon at Townsite.
will be
Department representatives
' the people of Blountstown to reading dishes, pots and pans are' all that
: School will, of ,course, be dis-
named to select projects as funds ProsecutedClewiston
:; missed for that day and the children are available. ,the newspapers. Before the are necessary to set this project up.I I I II

.4. are rejoicing in an unscheduled War, newspapers had ,been used have no doubt but that membersof I
holiday. mostly to cover flowers ,and vege- the P-TA can, with their usual II

::; All persons serving on the registration I New Protection From tables on cold nights, in lieu of dispatch, take care of all these requirements I

;;;I boards' do so on a volunteer I window shades, and to wrap up providing' the project !

E t basis and without remuneration.More I Tides Is Discovered fresh ,meat, that was being sent''' to meets with the approval of the I

t.- than 1,000 registrations are a neighbor. But during the War, school patrons. ,
f anticipated for this county. the fine people of Blountstown start- Several patrons of the school i i

':. Fort Lauderdale, Oct. 11-FNS) ed reading the newspapers. asked me to make this investigation Realty And I

-. Owners of ocean or gulf front Every day at noon when the M so that definite information be

EngineerHearing.Ip. properties subject to erosion will & B train brought the mail in on hand for the discussion of the

be interested, in learing that D. from Marianna the townspeople laid lunch room project. It is proposedthat Devel pmentCorpOJation

Clewiston, Yesterday J. ArpIn and son of Fort Lauder- aside their 'labors and gathered at those pupils who are unableto

; dale have devised a system that is the post office to get the Pensa- pay for hot lunches, but whose I

JI: On Late Levels proving effective, In protecting' ocean cola Journal and the Mobile Register medical record show them to be .J S

, front property from destruction by for war, news. They read the undernourished will be given a free .
' invading tides. latest dispatches from the Western lunch, and other pupils will be _
Col. Lewis H. Watkins, districtU.
S. Engineer of the Jacksonville An artificial reef or water groin
system, made from'concr te block :""" ="K"X"K"KK""" .. ... . ..... ... . ... ..... ..:.. . . .:..:.......,
district held a meeting yesterday units which are placed where .:vyvw*:*: '+u4'i..?.. ... .....................:...:...:.i.i".....;......;...;...:......:...:...:...;...:...:...:...:...:...;...:...;...;...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...;...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:......:...:...:......:......:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:..:..::..::...::.?
morning at the Clewiston engineer ; .
sub-office to seek data on controlof property endangered by erosion is A$ AA
the level of Lake Okeechobee and located in the neighborhood of Fort $ $
Lauderdale, has proved capable not A .t.Y
invited representatives of most of .t.- ..s"s".
the only of preventing erosion but act t.=. : .t
drainage districts and sub-
ually tends to build additional :Ay: ENJOY AN ?V
drainage districts about the shore Ay .yy...
f the lake. shore. .t..s" :
Col. Watkins explained that the Arpin and his son experimentedmany :::: ,.. 1.1.,: :.;:. ;:

'ng was called because of a years before finally devisingthis 'I" ALL ELECTRIC I ..4 .> 'i;
which had been presented system and are now confident :;: { < :: ,; ',:.. it::
that they have found the solutionto ,. ,'. /" ::7 ,' ; ;
by R. Y. Creech '
of Belle
this problem that for has .. l '/.. : !:
Ihd signed by representativeseral years :::: : ';" ,: ;' : _. :
been the bane :: "
: of every ocean and ...
of the south lake drain- :.:. ., ," ,, .' ,'.' '?:: : .s"s.s.
e districts requesting that the gulf front property owner. : -; """' -,',' ..t..s'.." I
The Arpin system has its : .. : '" .: :
lake be proven -- OO'
held at an elevation not .s..t. 1 kS :.; ',- .: : I
to exceed sixteen feet until high worth in saving the Carlson School : '_. ;

water around the south side of the building and grounds the Surf Side .AA..:. !! :
Club, and other : .s. i
in the
lake caused by excessive rains had properties .. a:=-
an opportunity to drain off. Drainage Fort Lauderdale area. :;:* Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that ::;d::;:: :

V canals and in were most filled instances above capacity were installed It is stated for less the than system half can, the be ::;:.... takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :.s'.t t:::: :

."';' flowing: back toward the lake. cost of other types of protective :: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently :::i: .;

<, The engineer explained further measures. .. S :
? that orders had been given Cara- +:=; and economically. .:::.;:: I
{ :::: ; + i
wan Nelson, Sub-district
.:y',:,' at Clewiston to, gradually raise Engineer the :*!::1*: ,One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or p:;: : :
:: :
elevation of the lake from ele-
vation of fifteen at the time an to :::::;:: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate II;j; !

sixteen on October 17. The un- 0 :i:::;: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :;::;: :
precedented rains caused the levelto ....
go considerably higher despite :::::::: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. I:;::;: :

efforts made to discharge the excess .:... ; :

water and St.through Lucie canals the Caloosahatcb.ee and is at the :+::.:::.: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home :+_':._;.: ,;(;

.: :
.:_., He present said time that at the a schedule level of of 16.7.the rtvoiu< .*.*::. that IS all electric and mo d.XX:;::_;:: :

'" *" : ;
engineers called for raising the > :

..: level to seventeen after October t>u pavj 4 .Vy..:. -

e:;; 17 if there is sufficient water YV i I
available and intimated that all ::: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- ::
discharge would be ended soon. .Oo. ,
: Most of those testifying at the VY: :. MA XA

I",:,I hearing, except those residents of COME IN )".' AA

the islands in the lake, expressed NOWamJLET :t.t::;: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. .;.+

<. themselves in favor ,of a higher lake ++ xxY
: level but said that they sought a US explain OURhogneEinencing ,. .. : h ,

'. lower level only when the lake plait ..s'_..;. :&; "

{oj- was so high and seepage water .wrlKoui obligation to you .s..s.." '
{ would add to their difficulty in .:... '

q', getting rid of the water on the No red lope-oil loon .t..t.: .., '
;,' back country. Most of them yv .
favor i i
applications ore V
t' ed ...;. nI; :
,' a seventeen foot elevation or cleared qvicWy, moneyClewiston
[ even an eighteen foot if It could ;is released pomptfy. .
:: be held there during the dry season It Glades Power and Light Co. I:

..;,. when water is so essential in the Federal
' canals for irrigation, fire control, .
soil .:. !o! L
conservation and city water : .t..S. I
supply of coastal cities. Mr. Savings and LoanAsociation h
Watkins 'pointed oUfto these men AAx..y.XJ.

water that the table hydraulic, gradient of the < .. *:.- ":.. "&-> X 4 to"> X ..:..x+:+:..:.:..>: :.:..:.:......:.. ..:..:.:..>:. :..:.:ot:.:.:..: :o( :<<...x"':..-< :..
decreases very rapidly ;+;o.w: ;o.:+:...,..,.:..:+x..; ;.***<;O'X..f M--O'w; ..;+:..:..:..;..;wx..X+;.;.:w:..;.<<..;.:.;.:+:..;..;.;.:*;.;.:...

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7TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED I EVENING BRIDGE CLUB ned pimiento peppers, chopped, 11; Two Appeal Agents I
BY PATRICIA; MEREDITHMrs. ENJOYS SPAGHETTI SUPPER teaspoon salt and a few grains 'of

[ Personals ] Z. G. r-Meredith entertained Mrs. R. C. Nowling entertained \ pepper.Peel and mash avocados to a Appointed HereE. I

with a party Monday afternoon for her bridge club with a spaghetti pulp. Add chopped onion, lemon

her daughter,, Patricia Ann, on the supper Wednesday evening. In the juice, salt, and pepper. 'Mix E. Kelly and J. E. Beardsleywere

occasion of her seventh birthday.A bridge games following supper thoroughly. Spread on bread cut notified this morning by telegram -
RM. Bishop was a business pink and white color schemewas Mrs. W. H. Lanier was awarded a in varied shapes and freshly toasted. that they had been appointed

visitor in Miami Wednesday. carried throughout in the refreshments bedrjacket for high score, and Miss This is excellent as an appetizer government appeal agents for the

of candy, ice cream and Mae Palmer a bag for second high i but Is also delicious spread on selective service system by President

cake. The children ,were, served score. cold cooked cuts of veal Roosevelt the
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson were pork, or on recommendation -
business visitors in Miami Wednes from an attractive table out on the Others playing were Mrs. Campbell -) chicken. of Governor Fred P. Cone. The f

day. lawn. Several grown-ups enjoyed E. Nail, Mrs. Roy Alston Mrs. notification was from H. P., Bayao
refreshments indoors with Mrs. Harry Turner Mrs. Blanche Turner, Teleprinter InstalledBy head of the state draft board.
Meredith and Mrs. J. F. Tippey. Mrs. B. J. Schroeder
and Mrs.
Neither man ableto
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Bradnack was say
Those were Mrs. C. L. Downs, Miss Bowden.CLEWISTOX'CO f
have gone to Orlando for a month's Keathley Sugar CorporationThe as ,yet whether they were to servein
Catherine Comiskey, Mrs. CampbellE.
Hendry county as a whole, in
,- Nall, Mrs. Jay W.. Moran and ) IUNITY CHURCH Clewiston or in some certain area. i
Mrs. J. G. Allhands. '
second teleprinter in the The wire said that a letter of instruction -
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and
The guest list of children included
Sunday School 9:45 a. B. C.
m. state of Florida was installed this would follow. Each was
Emma Jane Ezelle were visitors Emma Jane Ezelle, Carlene
Flaniken superintendent.Adult week in the offices of the United instructed to report to Tampa, if
Saturday in West Palm Beach. Adams, Carol Joy Alston, Carol
Bible Class, J. E.
: States Sugar Corporation by the they accepted the appointment, next .
.. Augur, Rachel Miner, Elizabeth ley, teacher.A Western, Union Telegraph Companyin Monday at two o'clock for further i
Mrs. Keathley Bowden and sons, Ann Prewitt, Evelyn Dodge, Sue
membership campaign is now place of the teletype which has instructions. It is understood that '
Kay and Paul, spent Sunday in : Cornette, Patricia Higgins, Eleanor
underway in, Sunday School. been in use. The only other to both men wired their acceptance. :
Okeechobee witlr relatives. Von Mach, Claire Jones, Bevoly
Church services 11:00. m. Rev. date is at the offices of the United I Governor Cone was expected to :
Flaniken, Johnnie Schiffli, Danny R. P. Marshall, Lakeland, editorof
Fruit Company Orlando. '
Mrs. Carl H. Berner and Mrs. near announce the full draft boards for
Childress Richard
Knight, Harry the Florida Advocate, will preach. jl
R. M. Hare, Jr., visited in Fort Vaughn, Joe Schroeder, Billy Broad Christian Endeavor, Monday, The teleprinter is the latest type each county today.

Myers Tuesday.Mrs. foot, Bobbie Smith and Jimmy 7:30 p. m. Lee Pridgen, president, of telegraphic receiving and send-
Waters. ing equipment. The message as
Sherwood Hall, leader.
E. M. Cornette and daughter received Is printed on a roll of WINTER BOWLING i

Sue, spent a few days at. Fort LADIES AID MAKING PLANS MISSIONARY SOCIETY paper the width of the ordinary
Myers Beach this week. FOR ANNUAL BAZAAR INSTALLS NEW OFFICERS telegraph blank and when the The A. and B. Bowling Alleys, :
message is completed it is simply which have been closed during the i

Mr. and Mrs. Chris Nelson, of The Ladies Aid Society met at New officers were installed at torn off the roll and delivered. summer months, have re-opened for :

Cocoanut Grove, spent Sunday here the Community Church Thursday the meeting of the Woman's Missionary The'principal difference in the play, after a period of renovation, I

with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Henriksen. afternoon and made additional plans Society of the First Baptist blanks is that the name Western during which the concrete alleys i
Union is printed on the end instead : were sanded and the surface made
for the annual bazaar given in time Church here Tuesday afternoon at I
Dr. John P. Higgins has return- for Christmas shopping. Mrs. J. the church. The meeting was the of at the top. Sending of smoother than ever. i

ed from Atlanta where he was H. Doty, president, appointed Mrs. regular program and business meet- messages is very similar to the "Shorty" Alderman has announced I
called by the death of an uncle. |
.: ]location for the bazaar. Mrs. C. board The message sent is printed be Ladies Night, and a free ladies I
Dr. J. W. Ezelle and W. F. SImp.so'n -. T. Hurst, chairman of the bazaar Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, retiring I on the roll in the same fashionas game will be given with each paid i

were business visitors in West committee, reported on progress being president presided at the meeting, the one received and is torn game played.

Palm Beach Thursday., made. It was announced that and the program was presented by off and kept for filing. The bowling alleys, opened last I
Mrs. M. C. Doke, assisted by Mrs. An auxiliary machine Is being ;,
those who wished could join a year were the first in Clewiston and
V. C. Woodward, Mrs. A. D. Dixon, kept at the local Western
R. L. Murray and J. T. Russellof sewing party at the church Monday Union the sport proved very popular. ,
Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs. A. W. office to be used in
Belle Glade were business visi- afternoon, bringing with them some cass a
tors in Clewiston Tuesday. 'article they are making for the Dodge and Mrs. F. E. Chalker. breakdown to the machino In use. I

r- bazaar. Impressive installation services The teleprinter is used in many: Glasses' Scientifically Droken Lenses I

E. E. Kelly and C. E. Nall were Mrs.. Miles Thomas presented the were conducted by Rev. H. C. of the large newspaper offices of Fitted and Repaired DuplicatedDR t

business visitors in Sarasota Wednesday program of devotion at the meet Meador for the following officers: the country served by the Associated F D. GUDBAUR i

.* ing. The program of services and I President, Mrs. Arch Hodges; Press. Western Union now Optometrist I
has the contract for Associated Press Phone 108 :5: Collier Arcade
the visiting ministers were announc vice-presidents, Mrs. D. B. Allen, Fort Myers Florida i
Mrs. W. H. Lanier Mrs. R. C. ed. Mrs. ,R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. Mrs. V. C. Woodward and Mrs. wire service and it is understoodthat Successor to K. H. OakleyJ. .:
Wilson and Mrs.' H. R. Hall were : Miles Thomas and Mrs. O. A. Jonee! Leslie Miller; secretary, Mrs. Alex a carload of the teleprintersis I
recent visitors in West Palm Beach. were named a committee to see McGowan; treasurer, Mrs. A. R. to be shipped to the state soon II I(
for use by state newspapers. I IiI
I that the manse was in readiness Broadfoot.
Mrs. Gideon H.Brown, Mrs. R. : for the visiting minister and his Chairman of the various commit- M. COUSECounselor [I

W. Turk, Mrs .J. G. Niblack and family. 1 r tees installed were: Ward New PresidentOf and Attorney at Law

Mrs. J. F. Tippey spent Tuesdayin The Society voted to send a I I Mission study, Mrs. H. C. Meador; Hopkins Building

West Palm Meach. gift of $10.00, to the Children's personal service, Mrs. C.V.. Simmons Kiwanis ClubThe Wednesdays and Saturdays

Home Society. Mrs. J. G. Niblackand ; stewardship, Mrs. A. R. 9:80 to 4:00
Mrs. C. B. Farnam and Mrs. W. Mrs. G. H. Brown
were appointed Broadfoot; social, Mrs. E. J. Vent.
D. Greene and daughter, LaQuita, to arrange a basket of groceries local Kiwanis Club, at the
for the
of Moore Haven were visitors here for the Douglas family. iMrs. Nib- younger regular meeting Wednesday evening I
Saturday. groups were: .s, at the Inn' elected A. O. 'Ward MECHANICALSTRUCTURAL
f lack made a report from the finance : it I
committee.Mrs. Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs. W. J. as president for the coming year ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS

Mrs. A. W. Lawrence spent several C. TJ Hurst and Mrs. J. F. Robison, Mrs. J. H. Davis and Mrs. and J. W. Ezelle as vicepresident.The Maps -' Estimates

days this week visiting Mr. and Morrison were hostesses. Attending E. J. Vent, and A., D., Dixon. secretary-treasurer will be JOHN IL DOTY:

Mrs. R. L. Saxon and other relativesin the meeting were Mrs. J. H. Doty, Circle chairmen were Mrs. M. C. chosen by the board of directors. Engineering Consultant

Miami. Mrs. G. H. Brown, Mrs. Fay Doke, Mrs. Clarence Kruger and Named on the board were: Ed \
Clewiston Fla.
Durrence, Mrs.. F. D. Duff, Mrs. J. Mrs. E. M. Cornette. Markette, R. M. Bishop M. C. Hopkins Bldg. ,

Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Simmonsand W. Ezelle, Mrs. 'J.:. J. Graham, Mrs. Service committees, Mrs. A. W. Doke, A. W. Sias, J. F. Tippey R.

Doris. Simmons visited Mr. and I H. R. Hall, Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. Dodge, Mrs. W. G. Mathis, Mrs. W. C. Wilson, Jerry Wilcox
Mrs. 'W. H. Warren in LakelandSund 1. D. ;Leydig, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. R. Broaderick and Mrs. R. J. Most of the meeting time was

y. J. G. Niblack, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Blount. taken up with a dscussion of the Johnson's Fish Camp
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. JosephRobbins state convention which is to beheld

Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Greene of Mrs. C. T. Hurst, Mrs. J. Hints To Housewives Sunday, Monday and Tuesdayin (Near Hurricane Gate)
Miami spent Sunday with Mrs F. Morrison, Mrs. E. W. Durst and St. Petersburg. J. E. Beards-
Gorda Collins and Mss} Hortense Mrs. Miles H. Thomas. By ISABELLE S. THURSBY ley and Ed Markette, who had been Clewiston, Fla I.

Collins. I I ----- elected delegates stated that they Boats and Motors-Guide Service ,

COMMISSARY EMPLOYEES AT THE AVOCADOOne would attend and they will be accompanied Rates Reasonable r,

Mr. and Mrs. Jack O'Day and OYSTER ROAST THURSDAY by C. E. Miner and A. W. II. Johnson, Mgr. II!
children, Annette and Tommy, left of, the most interesting and W. ,Lawrence. III'

Saturday for a visit with relativesin I I All Commissary department em valuable tree fruits is the avocado, I'

New York City. ployees were invited to, an Oyster or alligator pear, as it used to be
Roast on the lawn at Townsite called. The markets have; offered

Mrs. Mary Hayes Davis of La- Commissary, to celebrate the last fine quality'fruit this seas'on.Good .

Belle and J. H. Anderson of FortIyers Thursday closing of the season. avocados are an easily digested

were business .. visitors in Oysters in the shell, raw and and high energy food, and ReOpenedA ,
Clewiston yesterday.Mrs. roasted out-doors were served. are rich and nutty tasting. '''Perhaps '.
the favorite way to serve the avocado
I and B
Included in the Bowling Alleys"BOWL
group were Mr. is ,
Judson Francis and baby on the "half shell", the
and Mrs. H. C.
daughter, Mary Catherine, of Canal'Mrs. Kolstad Mr. and seed removed, sprinkled with salt
Point were guests this week of C' A. O. Ward, ,Mr. and Mrs. I and paprika, and served on a FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE ."
Mr. and _Mrs. A. O. Ward. Curtis Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. lettuce leaf with quarters of lemonor

Lamar Moon, Gene Goodbread, Ray: i' lime. A spoon rather than a On Tuesday Nights A Free Ladies Game Will Be Given
Bass Jim
Harper Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Estelle Carrell of Marianna Olin Waters and Orris Burkette, fork is provided for eating. With Every Paid Game Played
arrived Monday to reside in Clew The avocado is so good and so
iston. She is employed at the Mr. and Mrs. Ned Hager, Martin: pretty in the original state thatit

Seminole and is making her home Oliver and Perry Hall of Clewiston; seems rather a shame to make it

with Mrs. Gorda Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Stokes, Mr. Into too elaborate dishes. A few

and Mrs. Bell Mathis, Mr. and fairly simple suggestions follow.
.. Jack Waters, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Avocado Cocktail Salad .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:--:.:.
Johnson, Mr. and Mrs.J. h
Mrs. G. M. Waters, is recuperatingfrom Use a medium size avocado, cut f f
an S. Atkins of Azucar, Mr. and ..
appendectomy performed in half .t.i
lengthwise remove seed,
at the Arcadia hospital the first of Mrs. Grady Echols and Harold!
and fill with cocktail
cavity catsup
the week.B. I Bland of Pelican Lake, Mr. and sauce. Arrange on shredded lettuce i Highway Corner Sold f

Mrs. Emory Sears of South Bay and serve with salted wafers. "
H. Cuttino ;
underwent a ton and Jack Kinsey of Bare Beach. If the fruit is large, cut in half-

sillectoniy. at Mrs.a Fort Cuttino Myers joined hospitalTuesday. him Mr. and Mrs. Jay W. Moran Inch cubes, arrange in cocktail :

there Wednesday and remained joined the group at supper. Diced glasses celery and ,pour onion sauce, pepper over, grape them. I!' CLOSING THIS SALE WE TURNED .I_. j

until he was able to return home fruit hearts, and tomato combine I

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rosenberg PIRATE THEME: OF BRIDGE well with avocado. UP ANOTHER EXCELLENT BUY =:

of Buffalo, N. Y., arrived Friday I to CLUB AT KTHERTON HOME Avocado Dressing

spend a month with their L. When an avocado is too ripe to ; In Corner r
sons, Highway :
C. Rosenberg of Clewiston and Mrs. Glen Etherton gave a clever cut neatly, rub a bowl with a cut YI::

Harold of Canal Point. Pirate Party to members of her clove' of garlic, mash it in the bowl I I'
bridge club Wednesday afternoon. with a fork and add 1 egg yolk, I:;: 50 OR 100 FEET" ;: i'I
Mr. and Mr-w-F.: Simpson returned Each % teaspoon dry mustard, % teaspoon ..
player received
a "treasure".
Monday night from a three salt, and 2 tablespoons iI .S- ,.
weeks' vacation trip. They visited Mrs. C. E. Miner and Mrs. John lemon juice, and beat well. ..s._. I IY I''

relatives in Atlanta, and later Elmore won first and second prize : This dressing will keep well for .. I
motored to Washington, to two days in the refrigerator. Serve "' -' ..
the Fair respectively, and were awarded C .:
in New York, and to Niagara Falls. generously with fruits or vegetables :- I
lingerie. I or on salad greens or on head I=;::1 ; J'. I IL. Beardsley, :Y:
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. King, of Refreshments of frozen salad, I lettuce cut in quarters. It may also ::: ..

Citronelle, Ala., parents of Di rs.: sandwiches and coffee were servedby be used as a sandwich filling. II; REAL ESTATE '
Clarence Benbow and Dean and :: :
Mrs. Etherton to Mrs. Miner, Another Dressing !
Arthur King, arrived this
week to
Mrs. Elmore, Mrs. V. C. Woodward What you need: 2 ripe avocados,
make their home in Clewiston. They 2 to 3 tablespoons chopped sweet I::: BETTY SPICER ART LAWRENCE :::
were accompanied Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs.
by a daughter, onion, 3 tablespoons lemon juice, SM
Mrs. Curtis Taylor of Minneapolis, George Crow, Mrs. Harry Knight J/6 clove garlic, chopped very fine,

who fs remaining for a short Visit. and Mrs. Walker Nail. 2 oz. red or green peppers or can ,'.'......w...! ..................... ...;rX..:...K..Xr.....;.;.'...,.NV...NNNN.. ........................................,..;..,.........!..................,....._.......................N...N.;.

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vaguely from what might be a faces vigorously with only sand for
house. i Their surprise and disap- soap, talking excitedly while this
pointment was cruel when, reachingthe went on. The men.had dismounted, Wise and Otherwise
crest' of a rise, they saw in the hobbled the horses and turned them I

fading light that. the smoke rose out on the grass that bordered the may be fools to marry i
from the ruins of habitation.The banks MEN
a and made ready to camp. what else is there fora
little charges, carried by Simmie opened the reserves of, girl to wed?
Bowie and the long-legged Pardaloe, venison. When Monica saw there
had succumbed to the heat and 'fatigue was no salt she ran all the way to Barbers ought to charge double
of the long day's ride, and the half-burned ranch house and returned for face.shaving the pessimist with a long
-- both were asleep on the'breasts of with a supply. It was mixed
their rescuers. Between the adven- with ashes, but to the travelers it Photographers are responsible -
turers and ruins lay a river. Along was more welcome than gold. for many of life's misrepre-
THE RANCHO the bed, almost dry, a slender She brought, too, earthenware sentations.
CARMEN stream trickled through margins of cups and two loaves of badly The man who keeps telling
cress and rushes. The 'horses scorched bread for the strange men. girls love'makes the world go
stopped without invitation to slake It was ravenously dug into and ravenously round is seldom on the square.

their thirst. Chaparral fringed the 'devoured by men who had Many a painter who-claims to
By FRANK H. SPEARMAN Frank H. Spearman WNU Servic. farther bank of, the stream, and tasted no bread for weeks. be wedded to his art is in realitya

SYNOPSISDon knee and held out the water she from this thicket there came a sud- It was a happy supper for 'three, grass widower.Jill .

grew hysterical, closed her eyes den cry. ragged, bearded and bronzed frontiersmen says that marriage is love,
It awoke the elder girl. She raised I one keen-visaged and bus honor and .
Alfredo, wealthy Spanish owner of a tight and turned her head away. no pay.Strange
Southern California rancho refuses to heed He laughed and spoke. "Don't be her head. Again a cry, almost a tling Indian woman, and two deli-
several warnings of a raid by a band of out from the
after he has afraid. This is only water for you shriek, came undergrowth.The cately shy promises for California's
law, Sierra Indians. One day
girl in Bowie's arm's cried out future womanhood. Monica
finally decided to seek the protection of the to drink." seemedto
nearby mission for. his wife and family the The words drew'no response. "Of in return. The bushes across the know even the horses. She talked
Indians strike. Don Alfredo Is killed and river parted and a woman stood volubly"to the children while she '
the himself Facts
his two young daughters are torn from course, he said to "
faithful maid. Monica forth. patted on the neck the horse Bowie
arms of the family's knows no English. What can I do?
and are carried away to the hills.' ,Padre child would not .Bowie had hardly time to inspecther rode. Inspecting the saddle and mo-
Pasqual missionary friend of the family The panic-stricken before his charges called again chila, her voice broke. Her f More laps Here ,
arrives at the ruins of the ranch and learns look up. Bowie perceived it must eyes
the story of the raid from Monica. After a trial of endurance. While Simmie to the woman in a frenzy of 'joy. ,filled, but she covertly brushed the Choic Nationality
trying and difficult trip across the plains "Monica! Monica!I" tears lest ''the
and mountains from Texas to_ California and Pardaloe were roasting the sad- away girls see them. All Ways to 'Home'cr.
youthful Henry Bowie, a Texas adventurer, dle 'of venison at the fire' Bowie sat The,woman was a strange-looking After the repast Bowie engaged
with his friends Ben Pardaloe and of Simmle Indians in' front of the girls, watching them creature. Her gaunt face 'was- Monica in a sign conversation forgedof Contrary to the impression, cre- ,
Indian,scout sight the party
who an have carried off the two little girls. and thinking. After a time he looked framed by I thin streams of disordered sheer necessity. She slowly succeeded -' ated by our numerous Chinatowns, j
With great cunning and accurate timing the toward his older charge. She was hair, falling on her shoul- in getting him and his com- Chinese laundries and chop suey !
three Texans attack the war party of fifty- ders. A scant covered herema"ciated panions to comprehend that these "
odd Indians and through a clever ruse scat stealing a glance at him. "Why. be gown ru- restaurants, America has only halfas
ter the savages to the hills.- The girls are afraid?" he asked very softly. "We figure. But when she ins' to which she pointed with excessive many Chinese as Japanese resi-
saved but are still thoroughly frightened. are your friends. heard the high, plaintive cry from grief had been her home' and dents. Incidentally, 20 per cent of

"This",,__ u.-he pointed. to, the cup- the little girls she quivered. Her the home of these girls, whence they the Chinese and 40 per cent of the

CHAPTER IVContinued4 "is water. See!" He held the cup to outstretched arms flew up' and had been stolen. Japanese are women. ..
down. "Carmelita!" she screamed In improvised Bowie
little'and :
his lips, drank a poured a
"Ben, you don't seem enthusiasticover little on the ground. "Terecita, is 'it''' you?" The hurried asked what he should do with the C. When a baby is born of a Turk !
the new country," said Bowie. children. Monica made many ges-
Some advantage, he. perceived, ish mother and a French father,
"Man alive, don't you know you'renow tures, uttered and repeated one I
had been gained she no longer while aboard a British ship in
in the land of plenty? That ; word. "San Diego! San Diego!" I
averted her head but timidly American territorial waters, his
you're where Dan'l Boone wanted to Bowie, shook his head in dissent. ,
claim for him 11
watched him. 'Yet every time he parents may anyone 1
lay his bones? Where "you'll see Kit held, out the cup she; turned her "No, no, San Diego." of the four nationalities. '
Carson after a while. face. He could only laugh and keep "But yes," urged Monica, adding,
"Kit Carson?" echoed Pardaloe. "that is where, their mother is."
trying she was equally persistent, The sized Atlantic
; C. average -
"Himself. He's out here, some- Bowie understood "San Diego,
in refusing. coast strains its food from
wheres. but the rest was Greek, and he refused -
Smiling, Bowie called to Simmie, about 18 gallons of water a day; a
"Not nigh so much of a man as positively to go to San Diego.
"Slice off a little strip of that veni- species of Mexican squash stores
his brother, declared cas- "That, said he to Monicathoughshe
and, it here Simmie. Per- moisture at time to
son bring enough one
ually. "Where you going to camp, z understood not at all"is where
and cold haps it's hunger she feels. keep itself alive for 15 years...
Henry? I'm hungry enoughto they like to lock up Tejanos and
eat tanbark." They were follow- Again he suffered defeat. She starve them to death! No San Di-
.ing the course of a creek and chose would have none of the roasted meat 0 ego." C. Homing pigeons in the service I II

an open space on a high bank of the held temptingly before her on the His refusal she at last grasped. I of the United States army signal I
stream. "Hunt up some driftwood, point of a stout twig. Bowie took a Then with abundance of signs she corps have not only been trained ,
Simmie little bite of the meat himself to to far 60 miles in dark-
said Bowie, "and get a suggested a place nearer. II fly as as I
fire going to dry things. These prove it was good. No signs, ges- + "Mision!" she exclaimed. "Mis- ness, but also to locate their
youngsters will freeze if we don't get tures or supplications moved his I ion!" And pointed with much en- I "home," or loft, when it is mounted -

them dried out. Keep a sharp eye stubborn captive.Discouraged ergy and with a vigorous finger on a truck and moved many
out for Indians, Ben. There may and annoyed, Bowie again and again to the south. miles every 24 hours.-Collier's.
be a deer in that timber across the walked down to where Pardaloe was Bowie watched her closely. About

creek. I'll sneak over there myselfas finishing his ample venison'break. --t all'he could grasp was her emphatic
soon as we get the girls fixed up. fast. "Come over here, Ben," said earnestness. Her big hollow eyes DON'T BE BOSSED
Help me with this one, Simmie. Bowie testily. "See whether you flashed, and appeal filled her voice. ;
Simmie handed the child to him. can make this, girl eat or drink. I He talked with his men; neither BY YOUR LAXATIVE-RELIEVE I
Her closed. Bowie can't do a thing -with her." ,
eyes were examined I could imagine the meaning of "Mis- CONSTIPATION THIS MODERN WAY
her as he chafed her hands. : The efforts of the tall awkward ( u ion!" The situation was. baffling, I
When feel headachy, logy
scout to make an impression were you gassy 1
She seemed Overcome
asleep. by Bowie
and after some delay agreedto due to clogged-up bowels, do as millions
the long strain of, deadly fear and more'spectacular not more suc- accompany her to learn exactly' do-take Feen-A-Mint at bedtime. Next i
extreme fatigue, wet and weary cessful. His antics drew ,laughs what she meant. morning-thorough, comfortable relief,
though she was, nature had asserted from his companions but the child "I believe. she understands," said The girls, needing much reassurance helping you start the day full of your I
Bowie. normal and feeling like a i
I energy pep
:'itself. To awaken her be only quailed.
I from Monica, were taken up million! Feen-A-Mint doesn't disturb
'sure she was. only sleeping-he "She thinks you're crazy, Ben"," words in Spanish were not under- again by the Texans, and, with Mon- your night's rest or interfere with work the :
'chafed her temples. Pardaloe, fol- murmured Simmie appraisingly. stood, by the greatly surprised Te- ica walking' fast, the party rode next day. Try Feen-A-Mint, the chewinggum i
lowing instructions, did the same "Hold on, boys," exclaimed Bowie janos..- Now the little girl broke south' for more than two hours. laxative,yourself.It tastes good,it's I
for his charge. The younger girl suddenly. uI'll.b. t I've got the into a volley of responseshertongue Night had now fallen. There was handy and economical...a family supply I

(began, to sob, faintly-:as if all key to this puzzle. Stand away." was loosed. She spoke so no moon, but the stars were out. FEENAMNTcThI' I
strength had already been spent in He picked up the cup of 'water, fast that Bowie laughed as he lis The horses, as well as Monica, Ir
,anxiety and tears. The sobbing looked, intently at the child whose tened. seemed to know the trail and at r

I Awakened her older,sister, who slow- searching eyes were fixed ,on his length brought 'within sight a groupof Either Way"What's
ly opened her eyes, and, as he bent' own, and, holding out the;cup, made CHAPTER V buildings, one of which was sur- "
over her, she ,looked into Bowie's the sign of the cross slowly over it mounted by a cross. Bowie under- your name" boy?

face. and put it to his lips. "Who are these men?" asked the stood this, at least, and when the "Jimmy, sir. "
In of himself The result was magical. The "No, I mean your full name?
spite he started. rig- Indian woman looking suspiciously horsemen drew up Monica poundedfor -
The child's eyes were dark, large, id, fear-bound expression the at the horsemen."I some time on the gate of the "It's Jimmy, full or empty.

gentle, yet they came as a shock.In child's features brightened instantlyto don't know," piped the little stockade that enclosed the place, but
a brief confusion he could only one of understanding. The suspi- one. "They brought us 'away from without results
realize that he had never seen such cious eyes softened. This gesture the bad Indians, Monica. Many She then bethought herself of a
eyes. They rested on him for only was at least one she could compre- wicked Indians', are killed.: Where high bellhandle at the side of the wORlO'S LARGEST sELLER AT 1Oc i I Ii i

" a moment, then their tranquil light hend. A timid smile gradually are my mother and father?" gate, at which she tugged vigorously. II I
r,,'. changed to dread, and as they spread over her face. "Where is your sister, Carme- A man appeared and, opening a
. closed on the face bent above her "I believe. she understands," said lita?" the woman asked hysterically."She 'peephole, asked questions. Moni-,
" .'. tears rolled from under the long ,Bowie. >is here." seemed. known, for when she had Each Finer
x;. lashes. He placed her so she could She allowed him to put the cup to "Mother of Mercy," sobbed the explained her presence and argued Every babe born into the worldis

sit partially upright with her back her lips, drank lightly but gratefully woman, "I thank you." long',and convincingly the big gate la. finer one than the last.-
against a small sycamore. looking up at him wonderingly The horses had taken the water allowed was.swung.reluctantly open and the Dickens.
: He worked so long with his charge between swallows. Her thirst was them. The Texans rode into party rode in. The gate was closed

:. that Pardaloe became impatient apparent. Then she spoke to her the river;, and Monica ran -down to II and the man disappeared. After fur-

tJ. and, priming his rifle afresh, started sister as Bowie supposed her to be. meet them; the, two girls, crying I ther waiting a light appeared at a
: off after something for breakfast. I With her cruelly stiffened arm she hard, held out their arms franticallyto window within the residence of the ; st COLDS
; Despite the savagely cruel treat- offered the water to her. The little her. : ,padres, and presently one of them

. ment of the child, the ravages of one, drinking ravenously, finishedthe Bowie was nonplused. But Carme- opened a door.. quicken ice
distress and weeping, the frock in cup. Simmie ran to the stream lita gave him no time to decide I Handing the girls to Monica, Bowie !
:. disarray, the disheveled hair, the and refilled it, and the two girls what he ought to do. She wriggled' and Pardaloe dismounted, Sim TABLETS LIQUID
," scratched and bruised legs and emptied a second cupful. They tast- with all her strength-and this was mie taking the horses. The two men 6 (5 6 NOSE SALVE DROPS
':' arms, the features pitifully streaked ed sparingly of the venison, but they, ; surprising for her size-almost out followed Monica and her charges as COUCH DROPS
; with soil and caked with tears, ate, and afterward the two pitiful of his arms and, when she failed to the padre led them along a dark pas-
',: something told Bowie that this refugees rode with the formidably free herself, looked up at him with sageway. On one side of it he pausedat Co-operation:
:;; youngster was not a common waif. bearded Texans down the long such a mute pleading in her burningeyes an open door and bowed the visitors -
i Pardaloe came out of the chaparral reaches of the foothill slopes. that he felt sure it.must be all into a commodious room mea- Heaven ne'er helps the men who

with a' doe slung over his shoul- After three days of riding they right.: Half laughing, he eased her gerly furnished and lighted by two will not act.-Sophocles.

-:., der, and while Simmie started afire stumbled on a thing that gave them down into Monica's arms. candles standing on a small oval
; Bowie rummaged some of they cheer; they pulled up their horses At this the smaller sister set up table in the middle of the room.
;', Spanish loot recovered from the war before a traveled way under their such a commotion that Pardaloe released Motioning his callers toseats, the
party. It had been carried in a feet-a plainly marked trail that, her likewise and with her padre, dark featured, tall and spare, ATcooo /1
; buckskin bag, and in this he found a ran almost at right angles to the di- short fat legs, not noticeably stiff- looked to Monica for explanation.With SIOIIS DAUB ,
large mug, curiously chased, and rection in which they were riding. ened by her long ride, she dashed to expressive gestures and in a uac[ J
from the brawling stream below'the Though it was winding along the Monica. few words Monica told her story, eonu ty4 ,
camp he brought good water. I plain, across desert and over hills, "Seems like they knowed her," pointing at times to Bowie and indi- ar.ruu
i"' He had left the younger of the I this was, quite unknown to them, observed Pardaloe as the three men cating again the little girls, who
girls lying on the ground near the the highway of the king, linking, watched the animated scene. clung to her as if afraid she might 60f -
elder. On his return he found the up and down the stretches of the Bowie sat perplexed. we could escape them.
,, younger lying with her head in the coast, the missions that had broughtto understand their lingo," he said. The padre listened gravely, following -
lap of the elder, ana he imagined California authentic Christianity.They "This woman certainly does know with his eyes the recital of As
them sisters. debated as to which way them, and they know her. And the Indian woman. When she had A
-4r But what surprised him most was they should turn-north or south.It she's an Indian. She must be their finished he asked a few questionsand

the expression of deadly fear in the was a question only to be an- nurse-belongs to their family, any- turned his gaze across the sput ......................
5 eyes of the elder girl as he walked swered by another: Where were way. Talk to her, Simmie." tering candles to Bowie. .
toward her, holding the cup of wa- they? None of the three had the But Simmie's efforts to make the "No habla espanol?" he' asked, TEACHING A CHILD e
ter in his hand. When she saw him vaguest idea. Bowie knew he want- woman understand his Creek or adding in very difficult English, VALUE OF PENNIES

approaching she quickly drew the ed to get to Monterey-that was all. Seminole were as fruitless as the efforts "You do speak nothing Spanish. I : A child of a wise mother will be s
little sister closer to her breast as Evidences of cultivated fields lay to make the girls understand speak poco English. I understanda taught from early childhood to beQ
if suspecting an effort to part them. to the 'south, 'so for the south they English had been. few. Monica tell me how you come a regular reader of the advertisements. .
Bowie smiled to show his friend- headed. He tried his sign language. It come to Los Alamos with these her- J'.. than in .In that other way can better the child perhaps be ..
.'. liness: the gesture meant nothing to Toward.nightfall they found them- was a passport with any tribe east manas. Where from you come?} taughtthegreatvalueofpenniesandthe any .
the frightened stranger. With every selves approaching something like a of the Sierras, but not here. How you have the children? Who you" permanent benefit which comes .
step he took her pitiful dread in- rancho. They quickened their pace, With all three chattering at the are?" { from making every pennycount. .
creased. When he bent down on one for thin streamers of smoke curled same time, Monica took the chil- (TO BE CONTINUED) .j o..o ..... .eo .oo. e..e..
dren down to the river, washed their Carmen of the Rancho- I J

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knows where it will end. tion Is not a monopolistic corpora- cept at the expense of a business ty under the said certificate Issued

StatementContinued "I was here and lived before the tion doemineering over the section already organized. It seems he was. R.In Cason the name Estate.of W. R. CasonW. -

sugar corporation but I might add but a friendly capable neighbor who would rather sacrifice some local Unless said certificate shall be redeemed 1r'

the New helps us when we cannot help ourselves independent Industry rather than according to law the property -
( from Page 1) that It was also before described therein will' be sold to
Deal' ." the commerce of some off-shore the highest bidder at the court house
necessary private financing for such i Ralph 31. Bishop area." door on the first Monday In the month
Sugar House? Has ho obtainedany Carl H. Berner I of November 1940. which ill the 4
President of UlRhop-WlIson Lumber C. V. Parkinson
day of November 1940.
modification of the inlqultlous Clewlaton Dnalneia Jinn and Independent -
Clewlaton, and Indepen-
Cane Grower."I Company Largest' Independent Merchant of! Dated this 4 day of October 1940.
provisions of the Cuban Trade of the Independent cane dent Cane Grower."I Glades. aDd Hendry; Counties. (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL.
am one am one of the many who are
Senator I Clerk of Circuit Court of
which detrimentalto Pepper's amendment
Treaty, are so
growers and I feel sure that no I Hendry County. Florida.
writing Senator Pepper personallyjust
of would not only have been a decided -
fruit and vegetable growers one knows as well as we do that how we feel about this vindic- 4t. Oct. 4-11-18-25, 1940.
blow to the Florida
Florida? Has he done anything for sugar Industry -
the U. S. S. Corp. has done everything -
tive thrust of his.
the farmers of Florida? Has he but would also have been
I In its power. to avoid any tion officials do not feel one bit I
accomplished anything constructivefor just as great a blow to every busi- ORDER OK PUBLICATION
in the :
creation of a monopoly
the peopje of Florida? The stronger about this matter than ness In tho Everglades. The United J IN 'I II
Florida sugar Industry. Some of I THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
the rest of us. us are
record speaks for itself. His latest States Sugar Corporation has tho TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
achievement is to threaten the destruction "We farmers would not be grow- now growing sugar-cane ourselves, area's' greatest payroll and loss of FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY
ing sugar-cane today except for because the corporation helped us
of a new and growing agri- of this would mean bankruptcy for IN CHANCERY. CASE NO.-.
encouragement advice and help get started. It is still helping us
of business
cultural productiveness in Florida. many places not directly -
The corporation REALTY AN"D
the corporation. DE-
because we are not yet on our
associated with the '
The record not only speaks for Itself of industry. In- VELOPMENT CORPORATION. a
made available to us seed cane able to finance all the
feet FLORIDA corporation.
but It speaks loud and long. dependent growers have been en-
varieties they spent thousands of to cultivate Plaintiff.vs .
equipment necessary plant, couraged by the corporation In i
dollars and years of research to and 'harvest Manyof !
sugar-cane.: every way. This does not coincide )-
Independent Growers develop; the corporation labora- us who have thus far grown noth- with ideas of I
my monopoly, ALMAR & COMPANY, a dissolved i
tories give us free analyses: of our ing but truck crops hope to be allowedto Glen H. Williams Delaware corporation and aU.unknown -

soil and tell us what fertilizer each grow sugar-cane, but we will be Independent Cane Grower and Large I persons or parties (whether

(Continued from Page 1) field needs; the corporation scien- unable to do so ;if the corporation Truck Grower."I natural claiming corporate through, under or municipal or from)

before another Congress convenes." tists, on request, examine our cane Is not here to give us., the benefit am a small grower and a said dissolved corporation, and E.
beginner as an independent but B. ROBERTS. Trustee for Almar
J. E. Beardsley and if disease or blight ; appears. of its experience and organization. i. my & Company, a dissolved Delaware
prescribe the proper treatment. We I with : relations with the United States corporation and all unknown
Clewiston Independent Cane Grower j It helps us with seed cane, 1',1'sons -
borrowed expensive equipment. Sugar Corporation have always been having or claiming an interest -
and Member of Everglades DrAinage have equipment for preparing the ground in the real
District Board. Including road-graders etc. from I with advice on how to plant and most cordial and I have found themat in the bill, property described -

"With my background of resi- the corporation."We how to cultivate and fertilize, it all times co-operative and con- Defendants. 1c I

dence in the Everglades and having know from our own cases is the largest factor in the opera- siderate. I cannot understand the It appearing by the sworn bill of

gone through the period of collapse. that the corporation has done more tion of the sub-drainage ,districts Senator's action but feel that lie complaint filed herein that the plaintiff -
is entitled to an order of publication -
of the original promotional to further independent sugar-cane' which drain our- land when the is certainly acting to the ultimate .

prise and its effect on the enter-I growers than any other person, rainfall Is too heavy and which destruction of the Florida sugar Almar IT IS ORDERED that the defendant.
& Company a dissolved Dela1-
Senator Pepper to assail the company or agency." ., pumps- back water when it is too Industry. ware corporation and all parties

ent position of the United States claiming interests under or from
R. Y. Creech dry. It helps us. our cane Almar
Company, or otherwise and
Sugar Corporation In attempting to Belle Glade Farmer and IndependentCane and then buys it for processing Into Legion Discusses Almar & Company or otherwise and all
represent that their acreage is a'i'i Grower. unknown persons having or claimingreal
I "Senator Pepper's proposal to raw sugar. property Hendry County, Florida -
to the individual
grow- limit the U. S. Sugar Corporation '"Senator Pepper says he "wants Draft Registration .,' to-wit:
ers is contrary'to fact. The fact Lot 25. Block 173, of the General
to 50 per cent of Florida's quota the corporation to get all it can, butI Plat of Clewiston, Florida accord-
Is that there would be
no indepen- -
would throttle the industryin want the same thing for the ing to the plat thereof recorded
dent producers here at all had It sugar One of the best attended meetings in Plat Book 2, at pages 7 to
the Everglades. I dorf't know farmer who lives on his own farm, 14, Inclusive, of the Public Rec-
not been forthfs', corporation and who the Senator feels he is representing rears his children there and makes of Clewiston Post No. 93 ords ot. Hendry County, Florida ,
it. took the work "fcft the corporationto American Legion was held Tuesday and E. B. Roberts, Trustee for Almar
i in this proposal. He!> his livelihood there. & Company, a' dissolved Delaware
prove cane. a feasible and staple certainly, is not representing his "If Senator Pepper and the gov- night a"t' the Inn with CommanderC. corporation be and appear in the
crop, their research, capital and I V. Parkinson presiding.W. above entitled cause at the Court
constituents in the area affected. ernment tell the individual farmers'go '' House in LaBelle. Florida, on the
organization to demonstrate what "His statement that the sugar ahead and grow all the sugar- 'T.' Hull chairman of the 4th day of November, 1940 being a
everyone has come ttf realize. registration committee for Hendry Rule Day of said Court, to answer
corporation has a virtual monopoly cane you can' and at the same time the bill of complaint herein, else the
For Pepper to talk of taking away is not borne out by the fact thataltho' tells the corporation 'you must cut county and J. E. Beardsley Clew- allegations of said bill will be takenas
from the USSC to give to the independents iston member of that committeewere confessed by said defendants.IT .
aCreage' half of the
corporation is down your
the sugar IS FURTHER ORDERED that
what they have built held down by the government and : state's quota' they defeat their own present as was J. M. Couse, this order be published once a week
up is not taken into consideration. chairman for Glades county and a I for four (4) consecutive weeks in
allowed to all the cane it purpose for unless the corporationcan .
not grow I The Clewiston News, a newspaper
What Pepper to do is '
proposes large part of the meeting was takenup
wants no independent farmer has continue to function success- published in Hendry County, Florida.
penalize an organization that came with a discussion of the plans DATED this 2nd day of October,
failed to get permission to plantall fully In the Everglades the inde- 1940.
Into this country with great faith for the registration and of the
the cane he has been able to pendent farmer can no more makea '
and courage. There would be no selective draft. Mr. Beardsleysaid Clerk of Circuit Court of
finance." living growing sugar-cane thana Hendry County, Florida.
sugar industry no independent that he 'felt justified lin
new-born babe could survive if calling EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER,
growers, no big employment of W.' R. Hooker upon any or all of the legion mem- Miami Florida.
I thrown its
Belle Glade Truck Grower and Independent upon own resources. Solicitors for Plaintiff.
labor without the .
corporation.The bers if necessary to carry'out this .
Cane Grower. Dave AlstonClewteton No. 219.-.41. Oct. 4-11-18-25, 1940.
present Independents are grate- "The Everglades section is ten registration work in an efficient

ful to the corporation for showing years ahead in development of Chairman Drug of the Store Hendry Owner County and manner.

them the way to a staple crop. Before what it would have been if the Board of County Commissioner' i ,Entertainment was provided bya BILL FOR DIVORCEIN

Pepper sounds off about hav- United States Sugar Corporationhad "In my opinion the United States group of colored singers, em-

ing things thrown in his teeth he not been here and had not Sugar Corporation has built Hendry ployees of the United States Sugar TWELFTH THE CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OF THE OF

should have found out the actual contributed In so large a way to county particularly Clewiston. The Corporation. This program was FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY

feelings of these growers who he its progress. increase in the county's populationIn in charge of, the entertainment COUNTY.

professes to represent, as a matterof "The corporation has advanced the past decade ,is due entirelyto committee chairman R. M. Bishop. LARIE BILLUPS Plaintiff,

simple courtesy. He has dis- steadily each year and has carried the growth of the corporation The November meeting will be on

played woeful ignorance of the the Everglades along with it. While for records' show that the west. side the night of Armistice Day and a vsRUTH)-

actual conditions in the, present Industry Mr. Bitting' was fighting for freedom I of the county has been, at a stand social meeting is planned.Is RAVEN BILLUPS, Defendant.
I still. They are the largest taxpayers -I
and. the attitude of the
from government restriction ORDER TO APPEAR
in the county and there are
growers -
or prospective growers is for Florida sugar cane growers he "

that they would like.enlarged quotas fought just as hard for la protective few of us who'would even be able Your Subscription Paid? TO THE RUTH STATE RAVEN OF FLORIDA BILLUPS.It .

but not at the to stay here were It not for the appearing from the plaintiff'ssworn
expense of the cor tariff for us who grow vegetablesin "
corporation. The Senator Is mis- bill of complaint that your
poration. The Senator has also lost the Everglades and in' the' rest of address is unknown it is hereby

sight of the mechanics of sugar South Florida. At the same time taken in his opinion that a division NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ordered that you are required to appear -
of the allotment as set forth in TAX DEED on the 4th day of November,
culture and should realize that it for many years he has urged all (Senate Bill No. 163) 1940. before the above entitled court
would not be possible for a small truck growers to plant a portionof his amendment would be beneficial. to the bill of complaint filed againstyou
E. E. 'KellyCle..l NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That in the above entitled cause and
group, no matter howefficient or their lands in sugar cane because Mrs.: J. A; McGehee: holder of Tax the Clewiston News is hereby designated -
business-like to ton. South Florida Distributor Certificate No. 873, issued the 3 day ; the in which
; finance the pro- sugar-cane is a dependable Caterpillar Tractor ,Co. and John as newspaper
of July 1899 and Certificate No. 182 this order shall be published once a
cessing of sugar or even the handl- money-making: crop. Due to his Deere Farm Implement Co., nnd issued the 5 day 'of August, A. D. week for four (4) consecutive weeks

ing of the acreage he 'would hand urging and the corporation's help Democratic Committeeman from 1929, has filed same in my- office and 1 WITNESS the Honorable George W.
Hendry County. has made application for a tax deedto Whitehurst as Judge of this Court,
;'_. them. This year there is sufficient the amount of land in sugarcaneby "Senator Pepper has finally made be issued thereon. and the Seal of this Court in the

cane to make more than 100,000 Independent growers has increased public his actual attitude toward Said certificates embrace the following -I City of LaBelle, Hendry County Florida -
described property in the this October 4th. 1940.
tons of sugar. The marketing quota each year, even tho' the the sugar industry and confirmshis County of Hendry, State of Florida, (Seal) WILLIAM: T. 'HULL,

J is 54,000 tons. What independent government restricts the total acreage actions of the past. In other to-wit: Clerk of Circuit Court of
A. .Nof SWU of SWU and NWU Hendry County Florida.
grower has sufficient capital to in the state. words that he Is opposed to grant-
: of NW% of SWJ4 and S% of NWH I By INEZ MAGILL, D., C.
; carry this surplus In the face of a I "We all feel very strongly that ing relief to the truck growers and of SW*f. Section 32, Township '42 I I J. M. COUSE.

\'. :.,.,.,' marketing quota which no one I the United States Sugar Corpora- the cane growers of his state ex- S The Range assessment 29 E. of the said proper- 15t.I Oct.. 4-11-18-25 Solicitor for Nov.Plaintiff.1, 1940.

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