The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00809
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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 18, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00809
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Formal Opening Of New Office Building Next Tuesday ::1

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New Home of UuitedStates Sugar Corporation Administrative. Staff To


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Chevrolet Agency ',Open House Announced I

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fV N I4 t. 4tk A. .; Opened In Clewiston' Beginning At Eleven

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Hub Chevrolet Company, a new O'Clock A. M.

business, opened in Clewiston this I .- I
week, having purchased the equip-
The formal of !
opening the
I F 9K. ment and stock of the :Midway'
/ Garage from H. C. Post. Hub beautiful new office building of !
SI{;AV .AttAMv4/R' f3 tv. '* Spooner, formerly of Pahokee, is the United States Sugar Cor- ,

manager of the .establishment' andis poration will occur next Tues- !

A a .. '.; ,. M t J ,' Sd.E aM earGYW M +N41aW7rk: pany.secretary-treasurer of the com- day morning, at eleven o'clock I

Mr. Spooner has been for the past it was announced this morningby i

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",_if.';"''v" .a'v: : .w. .M" n .Gaawat3iwiA.vxhw .wtiow..Y three'years sales manager for Jay W. Moran, vice-presi-
Christian Chevrolet Company in dent- and general manager of I
Pahokee and is well-known throughthe I
I Stones Building Two Lake Okeechobee section. He the corporation. I
1052 REGISTRATIONSIN PEPPER QUESTIONEDIN states that he has two carloadsof fn announcing the formal open- ,I
Ing of the new building Mr. Moran
New Cottages HereJ. Chevrolet units-cars and trucksen
stated that the Corporation would
HENDRY COUNTY WEST PALM BEACH route to Clewiston from the
factory. In addition he will add hold open house on the day set
so that all of those who cared to :'
A. Stone has almost completed
several new parts bins, desks, other I
the first of two small bungalows visit and inspect the building dur- ;
FOR TRAINING DRAFTCounty BY GLADES'GROWERSA equipment and office furniture in
which he is erecting for rental on the new establishment.:: ing that day would be received. I
Members of the office force will act I
Obispo Street near the Clewiston
The company will carry a complete -
Laundry and states that he as guides during' the day to the I
Registration Chairman, may 'group of independent cane line of Chevrolet parts and
W. T. Hull of LaBelle, reported today build one or two more of the same growers, incensed over the amend- in addition to Mr. Post, an experienced -: hundreds of visitors anticipated. !
that Hendry county had regis- type in the near future. ment to the Sugar Act proposed by mechanic who will remain with This new building, recently com- f
tered a total of 1052 men under the The cottages are of frame con- Senator Claude Pepper which would the new Chevrolet dealer, there'will pleted by the American Contractors
selective service act on Wednesdayof struction with metal roof and interior have limited any one corporationin be a Chevrolet-trained expert me- Company of West Palm Beach to i

this week, which is approximately finish of ply-wood. Each has the state to :fifty per cent of the chanic employed. The shop' will be house the administrative, staff of
twenty per cent of the total popu- three rooms and bath with a small total allotment of sugar cane, wentto equipped to do all types of repair the sugar corporation, is not .only
lation of the county, a larger per- screened porch,, on the front and a West Palm Beach Saturday nightto work and overhauling and will havea one of the most outstanding structures -' \ '
centage than was anticipated in small porch at a side, entrance. Theyare meet the Senator and ask him complete paint and body shop. in the Everglades but ranksas
most sections. 12x32 feet overall.In to explain his action. ,The delega- The Chevrolet dealer in Clewis- one of the most imposing struc-
The number at the front or south end is the tion was headed by Walter R. ton was formerly the Clewiston tures erected in the state this year.It .
largest station at registered the Clewis- living room. In'the center is the Hooker of Pahokee as spokesman. Motor Company, which also held is of British Colonial design with
anyone was combination kitchen and dining the Caterpillar for South old brick side walls, white trim and
ton school house ,where R. W. Turkas Senator Pepper arrived in West agency
room and in the rear is the bed- Florida. The tractor and farm- white tile roof. The building, and
chief registrar,.. assisted by his Palm 'Beach by plane from Chicagoand
An addition the the building
off west
room. equipment business became so ex- matching design garage I
of teachers"and J. E. proceded( immediately to the '
corps by side of the bedroom is. ,the bath. tensive that the company'relinquish- occupies an entire city block
Beardsley, member ,of"' .. tho4countyregistration The ,second cottagewill start- Democratic rally which he addressed ed-.the, C .evr ' board, signedup a: ed next week a d'it is xpecte'dthat that eveningso' it was not tiIthis entire time''.to Caterpillar "busi- I two years *ugof across the green ;1 1I
total of 277 meeting mid-
the ,
Negroes of was over near _
each of the two can be expanse of Civic, Park. Although of
area, in Townsite, Harlem and Bare finished, and ready for occupancy: night, when the delegation managedto ness.Hub Chevrolet company will include the same general type of architec-
Beach where the registration was get him to themselves for a
in two weeks time. Moore Haven on the north, ture as the Inn the resemblance .
lasted'until .
handled by corporation employees, conference which 2:30
Lake Harbor and South Bay to ends there and even the grounds are
brought the Clewiston total to 757. in the morning. I
the east, in its trade territory. differently landscaped. .
The total from Feld Fort Denaud Local growers who attended said
DRAFT BOARD TAKES Offices of, the corporation were
and LaBelle, as well as smaller that the Senator started talkingat
S. N.
Doty InjuredIn moved into the new building several -
stations in 'the county added the once, anticipating several hours
. weeks from the former' loca-
remaining 295 registrants.The OVER AFTER FINISHOF ahead this reception, and they ad- Fall From TrainS. tion in the ago old administration building -
registration was handled mitted ithat his argument was suchas but it was desired that every-
with great dispatch and without would sound very plausible to the
thing be settled before formal
unusual incident here, most of the REGISTRATIONThe those not familiar with the actual N. Doty, of Lakeland, a brotherof opening was held. I'
men feeling that they wanted to conditions. John H. Doty of Clewiston and "
register as quickly as possible. At Poston of conductor on the local freight be- People from every community In .
Barney Kelsey City, '
South Florida have expressed great
twelve 'o'clock 228 had been tween Clewiston and Tampa, I
regis- was
Hendry County Draft Board, chairman of the Palm 'Beach coun- admiration for the building ,
tered at the school house of the appointed last week by President ty commission, won over by the seriously injured on Wednesday of and it new that there .'
total of 277. Roosevelt on the recommendationof senator's argument, said that a last. week when he fell from the 11
Those who, for some good reason, Governor Fred P. Cone, has set number of growers 'in his area top of a box car at Frostproof. He will tion be here a great many from to avail every them-sec-

failed to register on Wednesday, up temporary offices in Clewistonat would like to grow cane' but could fell on his back across a cross-tie selves of the Tuesday corporation's hospitality. -
will be permitted a few days in J. E. Beardsley's real estate not get allotments and if the Pepper and it was at first thought that .
which to come forward and register: office, and began Thursday morn- amendment went through it would his back was broken and that he

without any penalty. The law provides ing the task of assorting and permit them to get a share of 'the had suffered internal injuries.The NEW MINISTER HERE.
stiff penalties' for failure to numbering the cards of those reg- Florida acreage. J. E.: Beardsleyof injured' man was rushed to AT COMMUNITY CHURCH I
register and will be strictly en- istered Wednesday .under the selec- Clewiston then' asked Poston a Lakeland hospital _where X-rays
forced but it is thought that a few time service act. where these growers would 'process were taken 'and it was found that
days of leniency should be allowed. E. E. Kelly of Clewiston was elec- their cane if they grew it and the aside from body bruises his most Rev. Ralph .M. Martin and Mrs. \:
The 1052 county cards were ted chairman of the board when (Continued on Page 10) serious injury was a cracked verte- Martin arrived in Clewiston Wed-
turned over to the draft board they met Monday in Tampa for brae. He was then sent to the nesday from Alexis, 111., and will
A. C. L. hospital in Waycross wherehe make their home here at least for
early Thursday morning in order organization and instruction. J. E. Kiwanis Club HearsConvention
that those transients who registered Beardsley will serve as secretaryand will be confined in a cast for a few weeks while, Rev. Martin is
in this county might be separa- Blitz Wegman of 'LaBelle is about six months. The hospital informed occupying the pulpit at the Community -

ted and their cards mailed to the the third member of the board and Report his brother here that he is Church. ;
address given. It was understood Selden L. Stewart of LaBelle is the suffering considerably from bruise Rev. and Mrs. Martin have mov-
today that there were forty-nine of] appeal agent. Through an error The greater part of the meeting and shock but that his condition is ed into the church manse and he
these cards which leaves a countylist in the state office all of the men time at the Wednesday night meet- not critical. will conduct the services on the
of 1003. His from more serious coming Sunday. In addition the
on the Hendry county board were ing of the Kiwanis Club was takenup escape
The U. S. Sugar Corporation gave notified by telegrams that they had with a report from the three injury is viewed as remarkable since choir has arranged two special I"
their employees a holiday in order been appointed appeal agents but delegates to the state conventionin he is a very large man, weighing anthems, "Still, Still With. Thee" :
that all about 265 pounds. and "I Am The Light".
might register without this was quickly straightened out. St. Petersburg Sunday, Monday "I'
losing any time. Miss Betty Spicer will have :'
and Tuesday. These reports n un
charge of the clerical work of were made by A. W. Lawrence, "SUGAR Not PEPPER Is ,
Local Girl's Article In the board, and is the only oneconnected' J. E. Beardsley and Ed Markette. I
'with the board who will The delegates reported that there ''
In National PublicationMiss receive any remuneration. was the largest attendance of any Wanted In Everglades --KayToo !
(Continued on Page, 10) with
state convention ever held -
908 'registered representing 61 of Late To ClassifyBy o' Despite these occurences I have I
Betty Spicer, a graduate of W. E. Bailey Now the 63 clubs in the state. RUSSELL KAY gone along with Claude, attempting I
Florida State College for Womenin Highlighting the convention was to defend him, and had hoped 'I
1939, Is author of an article Building New HomeI the address by Governor-elect You know I don't think there is that such mistakes were due to
"Sanity and Insanity", which appeared Spessard L. Holland in which he anything that hurts quite as muchas his youth, inexperience and mis- I
in the September issue of J I I held the listeners spell-bound withan the painful discovery that a' directed fervor. I always gave him p
the "All-American Student" E. Bailey, an employee of the historical story of south Florida person you have respected, trusted credit for sincerity. L
tional student magazine ana-I Clewiston Laundry is building a development. The address of Roe and believe in, has let yotf down. Claude Pepper went to the Sen- ,
monthly at Phoenix, Ariz. I new home across the street just Fulkerson of Hollywood on "Sport Through his two campaigns for ate to represent a great state and a II
Miss Spicer, who is secretary to I east of the laundry and immediately Coats and Evening Gowns" was a seat in the United State Senate, great people. With him went their
J. E. Beardsley, was as surprisedas adjoining the lot on which his entertaining as his, talks alwaysare I championed the cause of Claude love and esteem and their hope. i
anyone else when the magazinecame present home is located. ; Harold Colee of the State Pepper because I '''honestly and His was a glorious victory with ;1
out with her article in it. The house will have four rooms Chamber of Commerce made a sincerely believed in him and be- opportunities that were limitless.
The manuscript was one which she and bath and a large screened splendid talk on :the subject "Our cause I felt he would give Florida One by one he has muffed those
had written in a class In journalIsm front porch. The living room and Florida" and Dr. William G. Carle- the kind of representation she de- opportunities and day by day he J
while In college and had been combination dinette and kitchen ton of the University of Florida served. has alienated the friends and
submitted by the head of the schoolof will be located on the south side gave a greatly enjoyed talk on I On several occasions since he supporters that were legion. The I
journalism. and two bed-rooms on the north. "America In Crisis". "In Mem- took his seat in that august body, last straw that breaks the camel's
While a student af Florida State Mr. Bailey is doing most of the oriam", a tribute' to deceased Ki- his attitude and actions have been back came in his recent effort to I
College, Betty was a member of construction work himself and at wanians of the past year, was splen- such as to raise questions in the cripple and destroy one of the
the college newspaper staff Interna- odd times while not at work at didly given by John R. Wright of. minds of his staunchest supportersand state's major industries, which
tional Relations Club, and Alpha the laundry but Is making good ,Lakeland. Musical numbers most have proven a source of would have been the certain result -

Chi Alpha, national" journalistic. progress and expects the home to enjoyed by the Clewiston delegation I genuine embarrassment. to his loyal had. the resolution he offered
fraternity. be completed within a short time. .(Continued on Paso JO} friends. Continued on Pass 5J

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Can't Chat
------- Neighbors

; tk UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL: When one Norwegian meets an-

other they can't always hold, a

g conversation. Norway has two

: SUNDAY Lesson separate languages, which are entirely

bNG different. In Viking days
pR w all Scandinavians spoke the same
By HAROLD 1.f.O :lglfi"ugieD.: ; BE EN
Dean of The language. But as the land split

An Old One Y wNUSrwn (Released by wfs Newspaper Union.) up into different countries languages -

Talent Scout-I'm looking for Washington, D. C. altered. Norway was a

Things I Never Danish colony from 1397 to 1814,
fresh faces. Lesson for October 20 FIFTH COLUMN EVIDENCEThe
"Well don't look at me. I've Knew 'Til Now committeenow and Danish was spoken. In 1814

for years." Rockne & Football) Dies investigating Norway broke away and insisted
had'this one (About K. evidence of
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected has documentary language of her own. Ivar
most football players and copyrighted by International in the on a
The reason Nazi fifth column operations
that women live it's Council of Religious Education: used bj Aasen, a Norwegian scholar, com-
The cynic says wear silk trousers is because permission. U. S. so explosive that its publication called Landsmal
is piled a language ,
longer than men because paint hard for ,an opponent to get a grip might lead to a complete rupture the old Scandinavian
such ,a good preservative. on them ., Twenty-five years ago, THE MESSAGE OF JOHN of diplomatic relations with on The rival Norwegian lan-
"brutal"that tongue.
considered so
football was Germany.
No Sale I the legislatures of half a dozen Because of this the committee has guage based on Danish is called have

"There's an old-clothes man at _*aes noceori-CI.u, .a.. law_.. making: it a LESSON TEXT-Luke 3:3. 8-17 21. 22. been nervously sitting on the load Rimskal. The two languages
S\ therefore. status and a citizen has
GOLDEN TEXT-Bring forth equal ,
to play the game uncertain what to do.
offense of
the door. penal :8. dynamite,
the fruits worthy of repentance.-Luke i been free to learn either or both.:
"Tell him we've got all we "Old Siwash" isn't something It has consulted the state ,depart-

need." radio gagmen thought up-it's actu- Four centuries of silence I God ment, which is just as jittery itself.

ally a college. (It's square monickeris made a loving appeal to His people In fact, even more so. The de-

HER DAYS Knox college, and it's in Gales- through Malachi, the prophet (see partment foresees the inevitable necessity -

burg, Ill) When Knute Rockne lesson of June 23), but they failedto of demanding the recall of a A PennynbTubletNow
was captain of the Notre Dame respond, and for about 400 yearsno number of German diplomatic rep-
r ball team, he invited his mother prophet had appeared with an resentatives, with certain retaliationby

see him play against University of authoritative message from God. Berlin by the ousting of U. S. .

:qffi'111' : Chicago. Rockne played more brilli- But now "God, who at sundry times officials. In ,the present delicate

; antly than ever, making long After runs and in divers manners spake in time state of U. S.-Axis relations, the de- '

and spectacular pass catches.asked what past unto the fathers by the prophets" partment doesn't want to run that

the game Knute proudly was ready in the "last days"to risk.

she thought of the spectacle. "It speak by "his Son" (Heb. 1:12). So on its urgent advice; the com-

was marvelous!" she said breath- Before the Lord should come, mittee is sitting tight and continu- ASPIRIN'S Fast

lessly. "That cheer-leader who Isaiah (40:35) ing its secret probe of the subversive
however, the prophet
wonderful relief fromtnuscular.
turned the pinwheels was had declared that a voice was to activities The documentary evihthepssession

!" come out of the wilderness to cry, dence of the com- painsTake

of the Lord." mittee is staggering. It definitely
discussIng "Prepare the way
The young couple, were As a tribute to Red Grange, the ye establishes
The honor of that ministrydid :
their forthcoming marriage. football team has never reissued great is
Illinois Nazi
1. That the government
"I shall not fall the religious or
he, 77, upon
uDarlingsaid the famous
mentioned in Luke directly supervising and financing a
think only of your well-beingdal to any of its players The win- political leaders God unto nationwide fifth column campaign to 2 Bayer Aspirin
word of came
3:1 but "the '
In and day out! ner of the Minnesota-Michigan game and obstruct the defense program Tablets with a '
"Yes, dear," she replied, 'Tint each' year gets possession of a little John '. in the wilderness. .oppose, the U. S. government's for- glass of water.

It'll be the days out that 1 shall brown jug which cost 18 cents! I. The Preacher-His Call and eign policy and aid to Great Britain.

relish most!" (Imagine 22 grown boys fighting Character.It 2. That this activity is being car- ti'::

aver that!) Will Rogers once is significant that the call of ried on through German consulates
Singing Barber kiddingly asked Rockne if he God for this ministry passed by the German-controlled plus 4.7J
but his papers
He was a good barber, the thought his sort could make the mighty of Rome, which was polit- propaganda agencies of various ? ,
spelling was, unsound. "Fighting Irish" team if he went to ically powerful, holding sway over I kinds.

wall of his shop was a card bear- Notre Dame. "No doubt he could," the world of its day. It is doubly Nazi consuls get detailed
35 3. That >,
ing the words, "Hair Cutting" replied Rockne, "but he might have significant that it passed by Jeru- instructions from Berlin through reg-

cents; Singing, 40 cents. in to change his. name to Rogerski or salem, the religious center of the l ular short-wave broadcasts in code.
When young Percival 'drifted Rogeoli." Jewish nation. God was not lookingfor Column Fuehrer. The quick modern way to

he spotted the misspelt'' card. ,influence prestige: or position.. mind of the Nazi ease headacheeurih'e
"Short at the back and round Indiana the home of He looking for a man', and He Suspected master ; rheumatic
South ,Bend, was fifth, column is Dr. Manfreid Zapp, and pain.
the ears, please, he said, seating Notre Dame, is the only town in the found him, though He had to seek I head of the Trans-Ocean News Serv-
the chair. "And you Where isGod's feature the fact that Bayer As-
himself in country with a statue honoring a him in the wilderness. ,outfit with officesin We
and chorusof ice, a I propaganda costs Ic a tablet, to drive
can give me'a verse football player. The'player honored man for our day? Zapp pirin only
New York and Washington. that there's
the no
home point
'Roll Out the Barrel' Rockne as of.John .is revealedto
isn't the great Knute The character after being
came to this country reason' even for the most budget-
you'd suppose, but George Gipp (his us by Scripture as unique and booted out. of South Africa by the minded person to accept anything

. No Charge star.pupil) Rockne has a more rugged. He was a striking figure as British government. less than genuine fast-acting Bajju
"How long' are you, in jail for, of the wilder-
practical memorial.. Twentytwohead he came suddenly out Two of the consuls implicated in Aspirin.For .
my man?" coaches around'the nation are ness, but- the outstanding qualification the committee has at the most, it costs but a,

"Two weeks." men who were taught their footballA of John was that he was humble the evidence state departmentare few pennies to get hours of relief
"What's, the charge?" Rockne'sbig will. Upon turned over to the from the pains of neuritis, rheuma-
him obedient to God's
everything'sfree. B, Cs by and Capt. Fritz Wiedemann, at San tism or headache. ..and get itwith
"Charge" ? Why' ; ambition was to have his son, such a man the _power: of God mayfall Francisco.; and Herbert Scholz, at the speedy action for,which Bayer

v. \\.> -'rk i.*" Knute .Jr., .follow' irt"his, footsteps. in all its fullness. Boston. Aspirin is world famous.

Last.year, the lad became a candi- II. His Message-Its Nature and Scholz has been closely associated Try this way once and you'll

date for halfback on the Notre Dame the Reaction (vv. 3; 8-14). with Friedrich Ernst Auhaugen, know almost instantly why people
team. During a scrimmage, his bap- AmericanFellowshipForum everywhere praise it. It has rapidly
A. VEGETABLELaxative Repentance, as evidenced by Nazi lecturer for "The
fractured and it's been so replaced expensive "pain remedies'
leg was be tism, this was John's word to his ," who was seizedin in thousands of cases.

weakened that he may never day. He did,not grant them absolu- Los Angeles recently as he was Ask for genuine B '

h. .", For Headache, able to play football. tion from their sins but in repentance attempting to board a ship for Ja "Bayer Aspirin" by Aitsfullnamewhenyou
to look forward to committee holding Au- A1E'q
I they were The
\ Biliousness! Rockne, who knew every trick in ,the wash- pan. ask for
Qyi ITeHeoM. the cleansing from sin by haugen as a key witness. buy. never R
r and Dizziness the book of psychology, could turn ing of the blood of Christ who was, Other evidence in its possession "aspirin" alone.

\vhencausedby defeat into victory between halves to come. John was the forerunnerof discloses the existence of a secret

;; Constipation. in the locker room almost every Christ. His message of repentance Fascist army in the U. S. runninginto

,Ii I: 15 doses for time. During the first half of one was a preparation for the com- the thousands. Chief organizersof

only 10 cents. game, the Notre Dame team played ing message of redemption.The this force have been the Ger- Justice Arrives

n very poorly, and the half ended witha reaction of the ,people is ex- man-American Bund, the Ku Klux Justice, even if slow, is sure.
score of 7-0 in favor of their op "What must "nationalistic" Solon.
pressed in the question, Klan and other
In the locker room, the I
ponent. would be accomplished -
do? -Much more
Notre Dame lads burst into a cold we for Christ,in our day if, groups. *

sweat, fearing what Rockne would the that were the response of people to' LOST LIBRARY DON'T BE BOSSED

say. He'said nothing during the preaching of the truth. Insteadof The favorite story of the Presi-

Thrust' Out entire rest period. When the second criticizing or commending the dent's at present is about a library BY YOUR LAXATIVE-RELIEVE
half was called, he got up and mere- CONSTIPATION THIS MODERN WAY
ask Here's
let ,
us in Georgia.
or.the sermon, that burned down
will ,
No nev- preacher
"Will I
ever you ly said, "Let's go, girls! and feel headachy, logy
er while you ask that question. "What shall I do about it? how he tells it to callers: .When. you gassy bowels, A_ aG millions
uw na
then let us do ,it. A Georgia politico called on him QUO to bedtime. Next
who played the flute, always do-take Feen-A-Mint at
Rockne, the instru- The answer of John was that each with a sorrowful plea to use his influence morning-thorough, comfortable relief,

insisted on taking should, by his works, show the to get'a WPA grant for a helping you start the day full of your
D Qpp GET COlD CLOGGED NOSE'WORIfINGp,1 ment with him to every Notre Dame one in the details normal energy and pep, feeling like a
of his repentance library.
OH ALL 2-AGAIN-WITH 2 DROP thatit reality new disturb
superstition doesn't
(He a Feen-A-Mint
rOO game. work and life. Of to the old one?
SELF-SPREADING of his daily "What happened tho
OF work
4>% TREATMENT brought the team luck.) The your night's rest or interfere with
0'- oO PENETRO NOSE DROPS inherits the job, course, the all-important thing is asked the President."It next day. Try Feen-A-Mint,the chewinggum
Navy mascot goat that a man should believe in Christ, was destroyed by fire," replied laxative, yourself It tastes good,it'a
which is passed down from faith receive Him as Saviour, the visitor sadly. "And Mr. handy and economical...a family supply
and by
Woodrow only
to Stoop son President itself in the literacy of costs
Learn but that faith must show President, I fear for
Where you cannot climb over son was coach.once (He also coached at daily living'or it is meaningless. my home folks if a new library isn't FEEN-A-MONT ao
you must creep under. ) and, in fact, nonexistent.III. built quickly. No town should
Wesleyan. to Jesus-the without a library. It's a .great cul- ""
His Ministry i J:. !! \ 1? '.! ; ;

K. R., who had a,,nimble wit, was Baptism and Heavenly Responsevv. tural influence." the Presi-

at a loss for words only once in his ( 15-17, 21, 22). "Absolutely, agreed town
GOOD ll. life, according to Warren Brown. The forthright honesty and the humility dent. "How long has "your ,

sioirosW1TLE After the Southern California game of John appeared in his immediate been without a library" ?

4R1t'i 'in 1930, J. McEvoy, the humorist, .. 'correction of the people's "Seventy-six years."
t "Seventy-six
,. and several newspaper men gath- mistaken idea that he was the years burned it

.wo ,. ered in Rockne's dressing room and ,Christ. He made clear that his bap- "Yes", sir. Sherman
I got into a discussion of art and lit-" tism with water, indicating their down.. tT .

erature with him. Rockne took ex- change of mind concerning sin, BASES
lPSSedRehe ceptfon to one of McEvoy's argu- have real meaning as LOCAL
1iics would only ;
isn't saying
air ::
corps ,
Lord and ours The army r; .
silly :
ments. "That's just as as my the coming One-his it is makinga .' .
setting out to imitate Mencken," would change their natures by the anything publicly of,all airports in the 1

said Rockne. "Can you imagineme baptism of fire and of the Spirit. quiet survey of locatingnew if

trying to imitate Mencken?" Jesus, who knew no' sin of whichto country for the purpose
"Why, yes," replied McEvoy. took the place ofa peni- bases and training '
repent, behind the plan is to
tent sinner and was baptized by Objective possible disper- HOST TO mOSTWIlO

Notes of a NewsboyAmerica Thus He, the sinless One, secure the greatest
John. de-
"All the Traffic His public ministryand sion of air forces necessary VISIT BALTimORE!
now realizes that the entered upon fense. Four cities already have .

road to isolation ends where it always His work of redemption by tak- been selected: New Orleans, West Baltimore's newest, largest and finest

Would Bearu ends, with the enemy on your ing the place of fallen humanity. Palm Beach, Fla., Tallahassee, Fla., hotel-700 rooms, equipped with

; ., doorstep.- Ironically, the only way What infinite grace and condescension and Augusta, Ga.. every luxury and modern conveni-the
to get into this kind of trouble is 1As ence. Fine restaurants serve

i to run from it Czecho-Slovakia He prayed, after John had bap- CAPITAL CHAFF world-renowned food that has made;
1 isolated herself tized Him, the heavens opened and Henri-' Baltimore a Mecca for "gourmets"
1i I 0 There was a time in America thought she the form of New French Ambassador bars and lounges feature drinks
i from Austria Poland thought the Holy Spirit, taking Haye was asked about French wine mixed in the time-honored :Maryland
when there were no set prices. she had isolated herself from the gentle dove, rested upon Him. stocks. He said, "The Germans manner. Hates from S3 to SB single.f .

Norway God the Father spoke forth heaven'sestimate
Each merchant charged what Czecho-Slovakia / took France and I'm sure
thought she had isolated herself from of our Saviour; He was into the cellars. I
he thought "the traffic would Holland she declared to be the "beloved Son"of found their way
Finland thought wouldn't be surprised if all the good
bear." Advertising came to1 had isolated herself from Norway God, in whom,I the Father was bottles have gone somewhere."

the rescue of the consumer.It and Denmark But each had "well pleased." The Italian ambassador, Prince
4 merely isolated herself from the This attestation of His divinity and been in Washingtonmore
led the way to the.established help that would have saved her '. recognition of His spotless life and Colonna than, a year, but has not yet

advocates of isolation today character was for Him, but not for ,
prices you pay when European sent his card, according to protocol
wear the medals of the dicta- Him alone. It speaks to us, even Czech minister. This is Italy's

you buy anything today. tors. Their own countries have dis- as it has spoken to all men throughthe to the of refusing to recognize that
l of the One who is way
appe rprl. centuries, I Czechoslovakia still exists
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HAPPINESS is increased, Great Aid in A party of men were out camp- ANOTHER I r on Various SubjectsThe

by enlargement of ing. The wife of one of them had .
the possessions, but of the Mental CasesBy packed a large fruit cake, whichhe
heart; and days lengthened, not produced and ate without as Questions '7. In the ,Arabic saying, what

by the crowding of emotions, much as offering a taste to any of are the next words after "He who

but the economy of them. the others. 1. What name is given to, an knows not and knows not that he

The heart has reasons of which DR. JAMES W. BARTON Time passed. Suddenly he be- animal having no backbone? knows not is a fool-" teach him,

reason has no knowledge.-Pascal. (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) gan groaning and doubling; him- 2. In the Northern hemisphere shun him, or wake him?

Is it not a curious thing to of the great helps to self up and then straightening out windsof, a cyclone blow in which The Answers

think about that all the chief ONE of today is the peri- again. When this had gone *n for direction?
e powers in the world are invis- some time, a friend asked him: 3. At the deathbed'of Lincoln 1. Invertebrate. ,
ible ones? odic examination given free to "What's the matter, Jim?" who said: "Now he belongs to the 2. Counterclockwise. c

policyholders by Insurance' "That cake I ate," groaned the ages"? 3. Edwin M. Stanton.
The true way to render age vigorous Any sufferer. "It had nuts in it, andI 4. Who was the central character 4. Philip Nolan.
is to prolong the youth of the companies.
mind.-Mortimer Collins. defect is discov- JODAY'S think the missus forgot to shell in the story "The Man With- 5. From bark of cinchona tree.
I. them." out a Country"? 6. A-member of the''Falange,Espanola -
There is garden in her face
,where roses a and white lilies ered early and HEALTH "Good heavens!" said his friend. 5. From where do we get qui- Tiedicionalista, Spain's

Alison. whether be seri- "And ran you crack 'em just by nine? sole political party.

grow.-R. ous or slight the COLUMN bending?" 6. What is a, Falangista? 7. "Shun him." -

knowledge that it I,

is present enables the individ- I II I

Pull the Trigger on ual to have it corrected in most By Delicious energy. !

cases ,or enables him to live HOW-SEW RUTH WYETH '
Lazy BowelsWith builders.usf; heal and eat
safely despite the'defect.The SPEARSAD
:.or serve coW...
herb !luativc.corabtned wtth syrup pepsin day is about at hand when '
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to make it agreeable: and easy to take insurance examiners and other money...order; today,

When constipation brings on acid indigestion physicians will take i SAW steps that led up to it. Almost from your grocer : :
bloating, dizzy spells gas, note of early mental I II any old chair may be transformedwith I!
coated tongue, sour taste and bad x i}acv I 1 ENDS
s :? if little workis
breath, your stomach is probably "cry- symptoms just as1 a slip cover a, I
ing the blues" because your bowels don't they do of physical done first to build out or to saw II II I I

move. It calls for Laxative Senna to pull symptoms and many off ,projections. Padding is also
the those lazy bowels, com- r x i
trigger! on
and under
bined with good old Syrup Pepsin to early mental pa- important, open spaces ia i
make your laxative more agreeable and tients will never r .n arms may be covered by stretch- I
easier to take. For years many Doctors a need to enter a mental ',u Rl'n'p' SEW ,ing the padding tightly and tacking -
have used pepsin compounds, as agree- institution for as shown here. I
able carriers to make other medicinesmore
"'" -
"taster" feels treatment. AN OLD *
palatable when your 6+
easily upset. So be sure your laxative, Today it is recog- QUILT COTTON CR NOTE: Directions for making the foot. I 1
contains Syrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr.Caldwell's nized that mental TO tMKE % BATTING stool are In Sewing Book 3. The hem.
Laxative Senna, combined "
symptoms can be E06E5 ASTED TO stitched chair set is in Book 4. All the
with Syrup Pepsin. See how wonderfullyits MUSLINONE
herb Laxative Senna wakes up lazy Dr. Barton due heredity, sur- EVEN steps In fitting and making slip covers are
nerves and muscles in your intestines, to rounding circumstances ac illustrated in Book 1. Booklets are 32 I!
each, and will be sent to ad-
bring welcome relief from constipation.And pages any
infection and other condi-
see how its Syrup Pepsin makes Dr. day there came a, letter dress upon receipt of lOc to cover cost
Caldwell's medicine so smooth and agreeable tions. Doctors Carney Landis, Columbia a rough sketch of the old and mailing. Send order to: I II'
to a touchy gullet. Even finicky university, and James D. '!
rocker at the right. The
children love the taste of this pleasant of Rochester in upper
family laxative. Buy Dr. Caldwell's Lax- Page, University last line of the letter said, "I will MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS Porkond BEANS
their book "Modern and
Society Drawer 10
ative Senna at your druggist's today. remove the rockers if you say, so,
Mental Disease" state that in the Bedford Hills New York -
. Try one laxative that won't bring on Sffrfe -e
Mrs. Spears, but I would like to
violent distaste even when you take it United States there are 60,000 patients Enclose 10 cents for each book
after a full meal. keep them. Well, why not?
undergoing treatment in mental V* There is nothing smarter now than

institutions and their figures Name ............................... Moderate Praise I
Secret of GreatnessIt show that at least one person out of things Victorian. Old oil lamps : Address............................ Always to give praise moderately -
is easy in the world to live every 20 will become a mental hos- with flowered globes are being is a strong: proof of mediocrity* ,
wired for not I
electricity so why
after the world's opinion; it is easyin pital patient at some time.
this rocker
along simple
solitude to live after our own;
While the above are startling fig lines? Cover it with plain rep ina -ITh
but the great man is he who in
ures it is reassuring to rememberthat (
nice shade of blue perhaps, and ''j
the midst of the crowd keeps with
of 10 n
patients entering a
every anda
give it a matching foot stool
perfect sweetness the independence
mental hospital at least six are hem stitched linen chair set all
Emerson.of solitude.-Ralph Waldo cured and able to return to work.It tricked out in tassels? !1

has been found that whetherthe Here is the result of that idea

treatment given these mental and the diagram shows all the t

patients is of the usual type-rest, tI
some occupation and some straight- I
OLD SORESVARICOSE ening out of the tangled skein 'in r

ULCERS, MILK their minds by careful questioningand Strange Facts
answering-or whether of the
LEG, BURNS, BOILS/ETC. new type of putting the patient tinder j

THAT'"HANG ON" insulin or metrazol shock, the Roving Banks ..

. -may be permanently relieved by wing best results are obtained the earlier Prison 'Board Bill ,[
ALLEN'S ULLERINE SALVE. This won- i the treatment is given. o Odd Sugar Sources
derful salve-one of America's oldest ;
remedies, discovered in 166, Is used to Another point in keeping with the o; ,' : ',
this day with satisfying results in the apparent increase in heart disease, C. About a century ago when "IY'b. I I1Mi
most stubborn cases. It has powerful some states allowed banks to v
apoplexy and cancer is that the in-
healing"drawing from out"the action bottom which upi Keep promotes this crease in mental disease is due to a move from town to town at will,

safe effective salve for general household considerable extent to the fact that many went into hiding so their Ci"!

use always on hand. Ask your drug more people are,living longer today notes could not be presented for SWI1C
gist redemption in gold. One of them,
than in I
previous period.
old-fashioned package-or write J. P. any
the Bank of Morocco, was found I
Allen Medicine Co., Dept. 6, St. Paul, 1r
Minn., enclosing 35c or 65c for the gen by detectives, after a year's
jars for the Fat t'QD ,
erous or $1.25 economy Foods Good .
can. Wo pay the postage. search, in a cabin' in a dense In- SOtJ.
diana forest. "
For EpilepticsT
10 '
C. Although Michigan enacted a

Simple Charm -1 'law in 1935 requiring prisonerswho 100'LL 1 1rU

.. Take into your new sphere' n( HAD a patient suffering with epi- are financially able to pay for ,

labor that simple charm (love) .'I. lep&y whom I kept free of attacksby their maintenance (about a dollara 1111 Ili,. }uu ulult ;;

and your lifework must succeed. wasnhib.joxit his stomach twice day) the state has only been Illtllll '-.

You can take nothing greater, you each week. He'did not have a single able to collect this payment from -, n E"()I i\G.\. .,_ ." 1 ,

need take nothing less.-Drum- attack during the many months of two of the approximate 20,000 persons --'' K.'Jfuj9J --- MADE BY.KELLOGG'SBATTLE IN1 -j

mond. this treatment. He was transferredto who have passed in and out : '

" ', another city, stopped the treat- of its prisons during this time. l ..,iL 11\11'" CREEK ,,45:: .
ment, and again had his epileptic .,,.."t" ,U1\i ,,1.Copr.
>:,:',', WHY SUFFER Functional attacks. Naturally I felt that the C Of the hundreds of different CL" ,,
kinds of sugars, some of which are .1040 by Kellogg Company i
digestive apparatus-liver or stom-
: :\;J,\".., If". ib:MAL 11; ach-had something to do with the bitter and poisonous substances, many are .... y j
made from such odd as
: cause of epilepsy, so was not sur- cottonmeal chicory Little 'Learning the learning, but in the littleness $/
seaweed ,
when (
COMPLAINTS prised research workers dis-
? :: Get Get more! So only, ;.1-':
is I more
.e. covered that the ketogenic diet-. dahlias, artichokes and ivory nuts.Collier's. "A little learning a dangerous '
.Y be safe. Phillips Brooks. j ,
is not in can t
thing but the danger you
-'- ;' lydia E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound poor in starch foods and rich in fat ; "
: Has Helped Thousands! ::f
foods-was of help in preventing at.
,. Few women today do not have some sign of
.:.- functional trouble. Maybo you've noticed tacks of epilepsy.Dr. :'1,

:.., :; depressed YOURSELF lately getting-your restless worktoomuchforyou,mcody.nervous- H., M. Keith, Montreal, in the .,f 1 1t
'," ,': Then try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Canadian Medical Association Jour-
, Compound to help quiet :
unstrung nerves I
' .',:;:, "' relieve monthly pain (cramps, backache, nal says that ketogenic diet, producing J
>"':\: headache) and weak dizzy: fainting spells large amounts of diacetic acid yes, you CAN ,
due to functional disorders. For 60
,1'" : '
. ': years Pinkham's Compound has helped hundreds in the urine, is a satisfactory method ALWAyS COUNT ONA ]1
l- '( ", of thousands of weak rundown ner of treating epilepsy.Dr. .
{.,(r\-' : voile women. Try it! CAMELS ,
( -. Keith has treated 160 patients, SLOW-BURNING J
: :< ,
satisfactorily over a period of from ALWAyS TASTE ]
Long at It
, "" one to nine years. Of these, 36 per
- '. "He's" a man of few words, you cent remained entirely free of at- SO 6000EXTRAMILD- PLEASURE AND :"j

know. tacks of far is knownto
any type so as
"Yes, so he's been telling'' me themselves EXTRA SMOKIMfr .' .:1,
to their ,
or parents; }? \. k Jv'C'CC :}; $: ; ; a4 y
all afternoon." FULL .:+<;j. <: i/ :.Y.ar, ;:; ;: } 1. .'
21 per cent were improved, having ;:,)''' C ja2v ,' ,+, ''
: j ,:
only an occasional attack; 43 per .
cent were not benefitted, although
: I
i F RHEUMATIC PAIN they carried out instructions fully. '"

Therefore with the ketogenic diet
_' !I I"j
alone, one-third of the epileptic chil-

-fC.2223' dren can be made free from at- "

tacks, and from 50 to 60 per cent '"
I can be improved.Diet U XTRP It "

ketogenic Control diet,Necessary.A to be effective. \\ XTR COOLNESS i ','

a Diamond must be rigidly controlled and

Better a diamond with a flaw should be a weighed diet. It is I uRA FLAVOR j;

than a pebble without one.-Chi- necessary that in the diet the pro- GET THE "EXTRAS" WITH SLOWER-BURiIIHGIn
portion of the fats to the starches lsbume
should be three of fat foods (butter, recent Iaborat0 the tests avetage of the 15 ..- :I I250'o
cream, egg yolks) to one of starches slower than selling b tested- ELS-
largest That fl M r
nese.COLDS (bread, potatoes, sugar) instead of other of the of thesn. snrsas G EZ CAM -i iokiag
tlssaa any eQua1 t0' '
the diet for normal individuals slower Ius II

which is just the opposite, that is I oa tl a average. a PER pACK! r a J I!

quckf cola one of fat foods to three (or. four) of EXTRA SMOKES THE CIGARETTE OF ,:

2 LIQUID I starch foods
? 6 6 TABLETS SALVE Dr. Keith points out also the 21 COSTLIER TOBACCOS I
COUCH NOSE DROPS DROPS necessity for healthy: outdoor exercise ,
'and sufficient rest. \


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The Clewiston News company has been going out of it, and If you have been guilty, ready in the hands of the printer.I way, were included in the Flood
Its way to encourage qualified associates mend your ways. We surely don't thought of you folks but the Control Bill which was drafted by
.- This has been done in want the school students to haveto matter had not been brought to my the Republican Hon. Frank Reid.

Published every Friday in Clewiston, preparation for tho day when the call us down on a matter of attention so I did nothing aboutit. In view of the President's known
Florida, by tho CLEWISTON NEWS, quota system is abandoned and the plain honesty. ." attitude on the matter of the pro- "

Inc. Everglades left free to produce to Later we took the matter up duction of Sugar in Florida as well

the limit of its capacity. That and And now let's all be there next with President-elect Herbert Hoover. as his known attitude favoring
KEATIU EY BOWDEN: Editor that alone will provide the oppor- Friday afternoon to give them a Prior to his inauguration as Presi- Argentine beef and his failure to

tunities which Senator Pepper de big hand in their first home gameof dent, Herbert Hoover spent two extend proper protection to the

Entered as second class mail matter sires. In the meantime it is no the season. They need your days looking into the situation. He growers of winter vegetables, it

Clewiston February,1,Florida 1927, at, under the Post the Office Act or in contribution to progress to limit support-both vocal and financial. was accompanied by General Jad- seems to me that it is asking a

March 3, 1897.Snbecriptlon anyone's production. Senator Pepper Don't deny them either. win, Chief of the Board of Engin- lot of Hendry County people to ask
Isn't so thin skinned that he can't eers for Rivers and Harbors and them to support the "Third Term

Year. stand a little twitting when the by Hon. Frank Reid, Chairman of Candidate".
Rate $2.00 Per "
good of his state is at stake andas OPEN FORUM the Flood Control Committee of
Advertising. Rates, On Application. that is precisely what is involved the House of Representatives.The F. L. WILLIAMSON
he ought to drop his facesaving Association gathered a great President Florida Flood

Devoted to the advancement and welfare amendment and meet what- TO THE EDITOR: deal of data which was presentedto Control Association.
of Clewiston and Hendry CountyPEPPER ever ordeal is in store for his the Congress. Hon. Frank Reid.
Your editorial and the comments r
sense of consistency. In this instance Chairman of the Flood Control
r. it is purely academic. The by many of our prominent citizens Committee drafted and Introduceda
AND THE PRESS in regard to Senator Pepper and Bill Glauses Scientifically Broken Lenses
people of state will understandand providing for the construction
his attitude the Sugar situation Fitted and Repaired DuplicatedDR.
If it gives fellow senators on of necessary dikes and other struc-
freedom of the is one that F, D. GUDBATJROptometrist
The thing
Since press were very timely.
ammunition with which to badger tures to be built entirely at the
of the rights of American Sena- all of you seemed to overlook or ,
him he is well enough equipped to cost of the Federal Government. and
tors Claude Pepper can no longerbe ignore was that Claude was only Phone 108 5 Collier Arcade
take care of himself without sum- carrying with it the necessary ap- Fort Myers, Florida
In doubt as to the feeling of again acting as a mouthpiece for .
moning ruin to his rescue propriation providing for immediate. Successor to K.' II. Oakley
his constituents in regard to his the "Third Term Candidate". The construction.
And Russell Kay, of Chairman Reid call-
limit tho of the Third has been
proposal to acreage Term Candidate ed
the Florida Press Association a meeting of the Flood Control
United States Sugar Corporationto rep- outspoken In his opposition to the Committee for
resenting the weekly a hearing on the
half the state's quota. newspapersof Sugar Industry In Florida.. Bill. The Senators and J. M. COUSE
the state, and one of the most Congressmen -
The press of South Florida has ardent Pepper-ites of them all, Reading your advertisementsyes from Florida refused to or Counselor and Attorney at Law
been outspoken in its criticism, of writes sadly in his column this ( I read them) I noted the neglected to attend the hearing. Hopkins Building I

any such, move and has expresseddeep week of the let-down which Claude one signed "The Hendry County Three officers of the Flood Control Wednesdays and Saturdays I

disappointment in the actions Pepper has given his constituents.By Democratic Executive Committee" Association attended the hearing.The 9:30 to 4:00
of Senator Pepper. which states that the Axis Powersdo Florida Representatives insisted -
now, the Senator's office
The Miami Herald, in a column- not 'want Franklin D. Roosevelt.It on handling the matter
probably has ,quite a file of news-
long editorial, pointed out the injustice paper clippings for him. will be interesting to learn to' through the Rivers and Harbors _.
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of any such proposal and whom Hitler and Mussolini have Committee and a Bill was finally

explained that the sugar Industry I given this information to be broad- passed which carried authorization

in the Everglades owes its life and cast by the Committee.I as a Rivers'' and Harbors Project.
.:": X.o( :..=,
its continued existence to the sugar was especially interested in The appropriation was made in a 0
corporation. The editorial brought the statement that thanks shouldbe later session. As I now recall it,

so many letters and telegrams of S RAMBLINGS. extended to the Third Term this bill called upon the district to
approval that the Herald could not Candidate for the Flood Protectionand provide the right of way to con-

find space to print them all, but By B. B. Waterway that we have. The tribute 2000000.00 toward the

included one (from E. E. Kelly, facts are that we should thank. cost and to maintain the project tl i

Clewiston) in its readers column .:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..: ..) Herbert Hoover. This section after it was finished. None of these I
and acknowledged like. communications suffered disastrous floods in 1926 requirements, except the right of

from a score of citizens in We're all anxious to see those and 1928 and no member of the I

Clewiston Arcadia, West Palm two young Danes who followed in Florida Congressional Delegationtook ....................................
Beach Belle Glade, Pahokee, Miami Columbus' footsteps and discovered any interest in our welfare.

and Canal Point. America on October 12th. When The, Attorney General of the State RUMFORD RIDDLES I

The Moore Haven Democrat asks the Larsens bring their lovely twin testified that the Everglades area

the Senator, by what means the sons home from the Fort Myers was worthless and that the people 1
Independent growers would be en- hospital they'll discover there are living in it should be removed, and, > Why does Kitty Kent COME IN !

abled to continue their present other reasons than mousetrapsfor if necessary troops should be sta- use an umbrella with her cake? NOWandLETUS I

acreage, much less expand that a beaten path to your door. tioned to keep anyone from settlingin
acreage, without the help and pres- We can hardly wait for their re- the area. Our Representativesand explam; OURhomefitfanc'rflg I

ence of the corporation.A turn. Senators seemed to have the pI-aft I II
same idea.
delegation of Everglades farm- ..without obligation to: you ,
ers conferred with Senator Pepper Fishing seems to occupy the The Florida Flood Control Association d I
during his recent visit to West center of the sportsman's stage was formed with the objectof lti No red tope-oH ban

Palm Beach and gave him their again. Strong winds made poor securing protection, provided by 1 applications i era 1

personal reaction to his move, and fishing for a few days, but the the Federal Government. This 4 S cleared qmcHy mooey ;

explained to him why cutting the winds have died down and the Association was formed after the ;is released promptly. !
corporation's production downto black bass seem as hungry as ever. terrible flood of 1928 which caused I
half the state ,quota would not Perhaps it's that full moon again. the loss of. at least 2500. lives. As I Clewiston Federal I II

result in an increase of indepen- While riding to Moore Haven the President of the Association, I, wentto i
dent other day we were amazed to watcha Washington to enlist the aid .BECAUSE Rumford Baking Powder helpt retain
cane growers' production.
the natural moisture that keepi fresh taste and I Savings and LoanAssociation :
fisherman reel in a black bass, of President Coolidge. I asked him
The Tampa Tribune took the texture longer. Write for our FREE recipe book.
weighing about four pounds, from to refer, to our situation In his
Senator to task on the questionand Address Rumford Baking Powder, Box B, Rum. :
the road-side canal. He wasn't message to Congress. He replied: ford, Rhode Island.
the Tampa chamber of com-
even fishing off a bridge. "I am sorry, but my message is al- .V .
merce adopted resolutions criticis y
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delegation this week during a opportunity to publicize the splendid Ay yy tt
Tampa visit. fishing these waters afford. Ay yy
I ,
The Fort Myers News-Press
gave Ay yy
the Senator credit for sincerity in Even though fishing is good, the ,:...:.. :"lI
his statement that he had been garden is' making some progress. :. .. ENJOY AN II

trying to get an increased quota Many of you have, flowers up, and '.::"..;". i.' : '.

for his state, and that it had "been some are even eating vegetables'', ; :;: ':'f.; -- :;::;:
thrown in his teeth, that the effect I but we're looking forward to those :: .
would be mainly to the advantageof things soon. The Other Half is :::f: \. I ",} :::i:

a big corporation" ,and that he I doing the garden, between fishing, :
:;::;: ; :... : i::::
f proposed the limit of 50 per cent mind you. He's squared the .. ,,. ,
I h. ", ( HOMEElectricity \ 'c'..
of the state's allotment for corners and laid each row out with -- '. '' h

outfit. However, the News-anyone : string. It sort, of makes us :;::: '. : > ; :\. .': :i::;:
I embarrassed to ',.. ." -. iAA
Press pointed out that the Senator remember the queer .I 't : .
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. is on the "wrong and the unpopular shape and crooked rows we had :!::.:::. .'' .'",U'_ ,.'.... AIV' ,; '." ;._>I .; :<<',::' -:.. '. 'I;":4 I

side" of the question and that he ,last year. Even so, we doubt the #

:" can expect others to take up the 'vegetables tasting any better. ) .- .
; .- criticism as an understanding of ;:;:.:: is the modern servant; a servant that II:;::;:

:.,: the effect of the move spreads Work Is going forward on the ** :;dII::;:
throughout I takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :
r. the state. "Despite the at the Clewiston Inn, and
fecundity of the Everglades the from reports it will be more extensive _::::!:: home_and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently ::i:

r'. sugar business there is not merely than ever. Mrs. Downs : 's.
.f'. I :;:._;: and economically =:::::
a matter of planting some cane, I promises us a description of it as A

(: watching it grow and cutting down soon as the plants are all in and xx: {....

,:. a successful bountiful in harvest.meeting It competition has been have had time'to* *grow* a little. :;::;: ., One penny will toast 26 crunchy: slices. of toast, or ::::;:

r from all over the world because it And speaking of the Inn remindsus _:::_;': ,give your .eyes two hours of safe reading Ig h.:;{:

'f.--.T:.rf.... big was business organized which and could developed produce as few of weeks a dear ago. visitor Mrs. C.who L. Moran left a, :.::_;:: your radio for most of, a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :_i:::;:

,:;"" efficiently, market advantageously who visited her son and daughterhere :;::;: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that 'you use. :&;::*:

" and cut all the corners that have returned to her home in Mill- A Y,-
,:..:. ;
! : to be cut to spell the difference edgeville, taking the plane from : :
.:Y.,', between profit and loss In anything West Palm Beach to Atlanta and :st: : That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home : :i:

' as highly competitive as completing the journey by car. We :!::;: that is all electric and modern. :;_:
; operating in sugar. can only imagine her feelings as x

n "The instrument which accomplished she reported the trip "the thrill ofa ,:..:. .X*:*
:. this is the U. S. Sugar Corp. I life-time." A portion of the j XX

Without Its vast investment and journey she had undoubtedly travel- ,.t I

its ability to take terrific losses In led over by horse and buggy In '
Y feeling Its way, there would be no by-gone days; and later In the '.'' Y \
robust sugar industry. in the Everglades crude automobile over ever cruder ''::"::' t .:"s....

..u, today." (He might have roads. Now she leaves West Palm :_ Y AA

{ added, nor would there be any In- Beach in the morning, and goes byway ':;::::;:: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. .YY,

dependent cane-growers). "And if of Atlanta to Mllledgeville and I':: s 1

its wings are clipped the Ever- still arrives in the afternoon.. :ISI_ ,?. !!
glades will suffer in direct ratioto t AAY
which the company's operations Mrs. A. A. Munroe AA's" : :
who is visit- ....
r-; are, hampered. For the pres I ing her daughter for the first, timein .s..;. AA.:..:.
ent, and for quite some time, 18 months 4I
I is amazed at tho li.? AA
u others -
will not be AAA
equipped either
progress has made since XX
: in producing ability or business !' her last visit. Mr. Munroe, who 54
a courage, to do what the company i has not been here since he moved

is doing. The result of, the 50 I I away in May 1937: wfll2.rrive Tuesday ,.I.Glades Power and light Co.

per cent limitation therefore would I; and will probably need a guide I ,
reduce the Everglades sugar opera- to find his way around. So fast .. .:..:.
tion to I''s'... r AAt
just about half what it i does Clewiston grow! : ? AA't.
would otherwise be. I I ,,?." S .?..:.

" "There is room for independent I We blushed with shame for our :...*.:. > &

growers record now and shows a that long the and sugar convincing -J editorial fellowcitizenswhen in the School we N ws.read Read the j;'c:w'-.. :..>>:.:..:-o:...'................ ... ...: :...;- ..-.........x.--. :.......-,....... ...S...........................'....:....................... y.....,....-........... x-----"V..... .";.':ti"T.i v""V".IV. <

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,FRIDAY 'OCTOBER 18, '1940 '- ,' ." .THE .CLEWISTON ',NEWS-- 'q- ,-. PAGE FIVE. ;:j

13. '; Wonder why :' Doris is happy and' would lead ,one. 'to believe that .. : '<,: I

:Why is,, it that you can't find poor downtrodden Independent;
I June on Wednesday night? farmers'who, because, of the opera- T11 ;; ,
? .
DICK OWEN Who beat' Margaret in bowling tions"- of .:the United, States. .SugarCorporation O"r 'X[NtF fM/j, .fA D llY J ,;; ,
By W'A
5s6 TppPS !
Tuesday ,. night? : ,are being, deprived of \ ,

A. D. beat a Junior boy's time) a means, of livelihood.,
Next Friday your local high '
the Tuesday night. Who Iota of In
in footballon on party If there was one truth
school meets Pompano -
was the ,Junior boy? this assertion might be some -
the home' field. It will be the there, '
Wonder'why ,Bud Vaughn was for Senator's '
justification position -
first home game of the, season, and : 14' \ .
playing cupid Wednesday night? But, there isn't. On the
the Tigers hope to prove their real '
Renee' Wethington; 'June Hooker. contraryt every effort has been madeto
Betty Bailey,. Leah ,Richaud, Mrs. induce more farmers to grow r
Butwe as, .a high school and as : 4
'V. C. Owen, Margaret Von Mach, cane. They have even .been supplied _
a team cannot do this without your Bud Vaughn-and' Dick Owen motor-.. seed, given expert advice, and
support. You, the townspeople, -, .r
: ed to West Palm Beach Wednes- supplied ,equipment by the very I l I II UI10f THE TPAKA1-"fRUl1 '
have been ,coming ito our gamesin r / t 'T /Mt>73ee'fMaS7KtlCIOfA ', '
day. They enjoyed the beach and Corporation so :vehemently denounced ?-
/ :I1 )HAffHE '
the past, and this ,fact, is greatly 1 COMStfPJCP. ; -KVI
a show.' by Pepper. i TASTFOF PINEAPPIES, I s
appreciated. But' there are a few [ I II' 'BANANASgNPTRAwBERRAc ;
not --:-- During the past, week I have .) .
who have paid. In the words '
: I
of -Coach Crabtree of Palm Beach NINTH GRADE NEWS seen signed statements from H. /// H

High( who has the same' trouble, We regret the' .absence of, Mrs. numerous small independent grow- ,

let 'me. quote:: "Perhaps: the biggest Thomas,.'' but we also like Mrs. ers, all absolutely .refuting the condition L .
Oliver. She Is'- good about lettingus' of ,the Senator and condemn-
problem that the athletic department I
that off without giving' us a civics ing him in no uncertain terms for
faces is of ,the chiseling :
adult who can afford to buy a test. his unwarranted and jincalledforattack.
; would Harold still has hope of catching I They all point'' out that
ticket but .is ,so cheap that : H
climb the fence then Barbara, but she .says it is hope- were it' not for 'the help given them .'
rather :over -
after getting. ,'ins'ide., denounce the less. ,(It ,can't'! be' his looks). I and the market afforded by the / ,. frEoDEFEN5 ", ; I

team 'and everyone' connected withit Ernest 'Oliver is' still wearing a I United States ,Sugar Corporation *" ;tOVfR'f,000'EWEPRNT5

because he' bet''' his 'price of ,ad- patch on' his eye,-'" and yet, he .tries i they would be helpless, and affirm ,
to tell us that he ran into a I that the passage of such assinine COWS,OKI TWE SLOPES Of AUU AT mission"on"the game and lost. ARE NEE ED IN 7EMAKIIYG NEVER CRINKW9TE.7HEy'511, Z wfienj jp' : :1
I do''not'know' whether all'' of thisis tree \playing footbalL legislation' as he has proposed of AIN 7'ANI' By BREAIHIM'i TxecoHtuwnyjuiTyfti ,. ; -
:. Miss 'H: mb'le''was seen, playing ,would be nothing short of a deathblow CROPPING,7tVffffM, f' :
'true here or not.< We have no '
tennis with a handsome, young to their section of the' state.
fence. You are free to walk up
man. (W shwas the man). Typical, of the deep feeling on A .
cheer for
on the: sidelines and 1 ic e It
either team. But out of a sense the subject by these gr9Vers'was { *

FAVORITE EXPRESSIONS J the eager question of',one who _
of, Justice, pay your: .
show: you'want and yell for but Betsy' Springer:. Well I'll say. I asked "How do you go, about'' im-

which cannot survive without finan-I: Barbara; Broadfopt:: Are you peaching a United States Senator?" J..

with darling? These people in South ;Florida are -
cial aswell..as moral angry: meL .
There are not many who do this, Marianne Jones: "Tee Hee, (When thoroughly aroused., They know -" ---L w'y )

but-with -the--facilities Clewiston Carol. speaks). .,,. what the Sugar Corporation has :
High Lynwood Dixon': Nov"w it a done for them and for their sec- 'n4E'LAS-r '
provides-lights, so, you may JO' YEARS,. I 4i
enjoy a school recreation; bleachers; minute. .; 0 n tion :and they point out 'that is a "THE..'fTtei IMbUSTRV... ",
Mathis Well kn great:;. great, ideal more than Mr. :AvERAGED'ONLV.2% bALeyEARSit CMPA op ose LAR for' your comfort the United States Mary' ; I do A: w. WEOftH,, ::1"
Sugar Corporation'-band, for' your Can you imagine Marianne Jones Pepper' has ever done. OMITS INVESTMENTS, Erjptoy >: WIETgXCtNIE'1 OQ! ;.c.

As one ira'fe'grower points out: I '--- ., .. ZIt;I :'"' '
pleasure: -candy: and 'cold drinks, making "A" in Civics instead of l'r ": :

for 'your.'satisfaction', and' a play-by "A" 'Plus? "No ,one, else 'is in, ea position, to r
continue cultivation of the Flori'I'I
play description, over a, loud speaker : acreage Unless said certificate shall be :redeemed real;property in Hendry County '
," for convenience-it, is nota TENTHnGRADE :. which Senator;',Pepper,would requirethe according"_ to law,,.the, property da, to-'Wit': .
your Su'gar'Corporation.to described therein will be sold to Lot 25, Block 17?, of, the General .
''shame and disgrace to your By IMOGENE SLATON : relinquish. the highest bidder at the court house Plat of Clewiston, Florida;'according -,

character .to "crash the gate." There seems 'to be quite, a, bit The ,resultant unemployment and door on the first Monday, In the'month ,-to.,the. ,plat thereof recorded ;
distress would be acute." Another November.. 19*0. ,which is the 4 in Plat Book, 2*, atpagea': ,L 7 to
We' know you'willi support us I of Soph news: this week. But themost 'day of November '1940. I 14, Inclusive, of the Public Rec- :

in every' way' and we will 'certainly important items are: says: "If it were not ,for ,the Sugar Dated this '4 day, of .October, 1940. ords' ,of, Hendry County, Florida,
Company lot of us 'would be ,(Seal) WILLIAM T.. HULL. I and E. ,B. Roberts, Trusteep.tor. Almar
'a on "
try to 'give' 'you superb entertainment Rivalry overa certain little Clerk of' Circuit Court of''& Company,' 'a dissolved 'Delaware [,,

'. 'at" a price :all can afford, to Soph "
to'' telL.l\Ir.L Pepper personallywhat 4t., Oct. 4111825.1940.. above entitled cause at .the, Court ; '
pay. wonder why. House in LaBelle Florida, on the :r.
,Flash: Warning: to ,A. D. Frith! I think of' his amendment." .. --., p ,'. .. 4th",day of November, 1910 being a ':-' ".'
And, 'Se'natar. Pepper arrived in ORDER OF PTIBLJCATION, Rule Day of'said' Court' 'to. answer : I
PEP MEETING Leave private property' ,alone-and
: the bill of complaint herein, else the ..
Florida ,last week, to stump the I of, said bill will be taken '
Grades seventh through 12 met in watch out- for the -murderous gleamin IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE :
;" ; I I Bill Vent's state on, behalf! of a .third term for TWELFTH JUDICIAL ,CIRCUIT: OF as confessed by said',defendants.IT A I
the auditorium fora eye. IS "FURTHER ORDERED thatthis ,j'
Friday morning
< meeting. The' cheer leaders Paul Slonaker, for some, unknown Mr. Roosevelt' ,which .is extremely COUNTY.IN order.'be published once ,a ,week ;:. "'
pep for four ,,(4) consecutive :weeks in :
unfortunate for' ;Mr. Roosevelt as CHANCERY. CASE NO.-.
led in a few yells and :Mr. TurkIntroduce4'.the' reason, doesn't'think the' Clewis- I : The'Clewiston' News; a' newspaper ,
football boys and ton, gals are igood enough for him. well as; ,for: those who hope to CLEWISTON REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT published ..in Hendry' County,r Florida. .-..1:1;

told' their position ,on the team. He's taken 'up with a "Palm Beach I develop good, :will ,and kindly feeling ...;CORPORATION a 1940., DATED" this 2nd" ,day. of October. ,
FLORIDA corporation ,
Deb." I for' his candidacy. The, committee Plaintiff.vs heal) WILLIAM; ,T.. HULL ',;:
> I had, better let Governor Coneor f Clerk_of Circuit Court of f.1
We think that Leroy Huff "
GARDEN ljLUi3" ; Hendry County, Florida. ";;
) I
By :MARIANNE JONES "dreams of, :Jeannie O'Niel with ,the : else_ do:the bushbeating EVANS,: MERSHON *&',SAWYER 1

dark brown hair," or rather it In the 'glades area if votes are ALMAR & COMPANY, a dissolved Miami... Florida )!'
The Plaintiff.No. !, r
Garden Club members have Delaware corporation, and, all ;unknown Solicitors for ;'j
cleaned off the garden and it is (Continued on Page 7) any objective. ,persons or jarti'' whether 219. 4t.: Oct. '4-11-18-25.;1940. ;r
It's SUGAR, not [PEPPER, these : '
natural corporate or municipal) 0'T" '
to plant. plan to' havea '
ready They :
claiming through, under or from : l
folks want in the: :Everglades, andI .
rock garden this year. Too Late To'ClassifyContinued =- i said dissolved ;corporation, and --E. I
;They are going to decorate' for mean they ain't foolin'! B. ROBERTS, Trustee for Almar READ THE ADS: ';:i
& Company, a ;dissolved Delaware ,
the Hallowe'en dance. corporation, and all 'unknown ;.pur- -, t
.---- ( from Page '1) sons having or claiming an, interest ..;l
NOTICE OF ,APPLICATION FOR In the real property described "
to the Sugar Act, of 1937 been adop-
HONOR ROLL TAX: DEED in the bill,
Students in the Senior High must ted. (Senate ,Bill No., 163) Defendants.It Johnson's" Fish. Camp : f

have an "A" average to be considered Terming, the operations of the NOTICE IS HEREBY ,GIVEN That appearing[ by the sworn bill 'of ,., f'
as honor roll students. In United 'States Sugar Corporation a Mrs. J... A.'. McGehee holder of' Tax complaint- filed_herein that the plain- (Near Hurricane Gate)' ,
Certificate, No.' 873, issued the 3, .day tiff is entitled to ,an order of publication -
other words, straight A's. monopoly,' the.Senator. would so of, July, 1899,.,and ',Certificate No. 182 ; Clewiston Fla.
Pupils in Elementary and Junior urther'restrict..it with governmental issued the 5 day ofAugust, A.'' D. IT,IS ORDERED that the, defendant. ,'
'control and red' tape to make 1929, has,,filed sameitin my office and Almar .&'Company, a ,dissolved Dela- Bdats and Motois-Guide Service
High school must have a "B" has made application for: a tax deedto ware corporation, and all'parties Rates Reasonable'W.
average in""" all subjects, plus a,."B", its continued operation well nigh be Issued thereon. claiming interests under or. from .
impossible, limiting by half its present Said certificates. embrace the following Almar,,& Company, or otherwise, and H.: Johnson, Mgr.
in :in order to -be con- described property in the Almar'& Company;or otherwise, and all
sidered honor roll students.. quota, and stifling the progress County of Hendry, State of Florida,' unknown persons' having or claiming

School''Honor' Roll and 'prosperity of the ,whole 'glades to-wit:,,
N% 'or'SVIil of..sW,1l and NW / ,
First Grader Daryl' Cox, Joe area of NW'A ,of ,SWi. and, S% of NWh: ,

Liles, Orbie Luke, Glenn Phillips, He excuses'hI's action on the, S of,.Range SW%, 29 Section E. 32; Township 42

Thomas Walton, Carol Augur andEmma grounds that. it. would aid ,, ,the Tire' assessment,.of, the ,said property I II I
Jane Ezelle. small grower, affording him'an under the said certificate Issued : I
was in the name ofV.. R. Cason- Re-Openedc ;
,Second Grade: Charlene Adams, opportunity to grow' more cane, W. R. Cason Estate. IrA ;

Carol Joy Alston, Rachel Miner,

Mary Oliver, Joyce Turner, Eleanor .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.::..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::.:..:..: ..:..:..:,::..:..:..:..:..:..:,:..:..: and B Bowling Alleys'

Von Mach, 'Bevoly Flaniken, Edwin --

Messer, Wayne Shelter, Jimmy u'

Third Grade: Bobby Berner, Ann i
Tuesday Nights A Free Ladies Game Will Be Given
Prewitt; :Maureen Johnson, Bethe _
Huff, Shirley Benbow, John Wil- ; With Every Paid Game Played

'Hams, Harry Vaughn, Richard s 1= I

Knight and Kay Bowden. = CtEWISTON'' 601F = ,

Fourth Grade: Grant Brewer, _. ,p-

Jack Davis, Alfred Dodge, Danny : !'

Martin, Richard McLeod, Charles ...Mx..X...."XMXMX"X"XMXKMX"X"X"XMXMXMX"X................................................................ .t.. I
Miner, Christine Espenlaub, Shirley .I. COURSE '
Owen, Corrinne Von Mach. :?i:: :3: f1 I IY I IY

Fifth Grade: Lillian Golden, ." Y Y I

Kathryn' Dyess, Mary Bussell ,;'., ;\ _
'It. i iy

Caroline Berner, Clifford Beatty, I ,':'": \ *. Highway Corner Sold t

Joyce 1il11i'ps", Kim Kolstad, Doris ;: -4- ',r':

Strickland,'.Mary Huff, Annie 'Adams, Y'x

Claude Williams, Joe Phillips. x

Sixth Grade: Sammy Young, Gil- *: IN CLOSING THIS SALE WE_ TURNED :*_: I:'

bert McLeod,] Mary Louise Prewitt, .. t .. I
Mary Ruth Johnson, Jo Ann
Crouch, Harriett Alston, Marjorie :f .

Allen. .} .+. ;
to the Public "
Open %
Senior High Honor Roll '.t' In Highway ,r''s' (;I

Ninth Grade: Marianne Jones. _, :: '.:' .;. l
; ',;
Twelfth Grade: Julia Oglesby,
Renee Wethington, Dick Owen, 1l '. :;: 50 OR 100 FEET It.;
- June Hooker. : ). 'x I I

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happened to S. I. Wed- : v

'''-:, nesday night? ,. V
's'Y Ii'
"." If Bill Davis will increase his 'sModerate
: I: :\; J. E. Beardsley :::
speed on the football, field' be' "' : : :;
% I,
might be fast enough to catch Green Fees IS. 'j- I I'h

some beautiful freshman girl. :;: ; REAL ESTATE =*:=

Note: Is there a beautiful fresh- ..i.. Exceptional Fairways $ I r rIS.

man girl? '

What Junior boy has a crush on f:IIII Interesting Greens ;.t.t; BETTY SPICER ART :'

a Senior girl?, 1%.

:Who IB''.the,= new' jitter-bug: la th I
"Senior class? f $ .( )e*X** .H.W >frkOO0**< :--x-<+LAWRENCE'f f

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,. \
:r- GOOD ADVICE i Young, an insurance company rep- each precinct in the county are BILL FOR DIVORCE

4>- I resentative who fished with Martin contained in a legal advertisement
Timberlake Wednesday and Thurs- elsewhere on this page. Clewls- -

i ; day. His largest weighed seven ton officials are: Mrs. Leslie Miller, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE .
and a half pounds and the two clerk; A. W. Lawrence, C. E. TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
caught a string of sixteen. Mr. Miner and Mrs. R. M. Hare, jr., inspectors COUNTY.FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY

r Young had the thrill which comes and Paul Maynard, special
i r
off often In Lake Okeechobee but deputy. LARIE BILLUPS, Plaintiff,
t r seldom In other fishing grounds, vsRUTH)-

of catching twobass, on one cast.
1tO'I'ICl' RAVEN BILLUPS, Defendant.
J :I They brought in another fine string

l Ion Thursday, five of ,which were In Compliance with Section 305 ORDER TO APPEAR
I unusually large and Mr. Timber- Compiled General Laws of Florida THE STATE OF FLORIDA
notice is hereby given that the Board
lake hooked, one so large that his of County Commissioners of Hendry TO RUTH RAVEN BILLUPS.
County, Florida, has I It appearing from the plaIntiff's
rod was broken. appointed the
I sworn bill of
complaint that
followingelection your
Lpuouc officers' for each of
Fishing with Mr. Moran and R. the Precincts of Hendry County, Flori address is unknown, It is hereby
ordered that
L. Coker Sunday Mrs. J. W. Moran da, to hold a General Election on you are required to appear -
on the 4th
I day of November,
Tuesday November 5, 1940
contributed a splendid four-pounder Precinct One 1940. before the above entitled court,
(1) ClevrlKton
to the :Mrs. Leslie Miller, : to the bill of complaint filed againstyou
-J I string. Clerk; A in
the above entitled and
I % = Russell Kay, secretary of the Miner, Inspectors Mrs. Bob; Hare.Paul Jr. Chas. the Clewiston News Is hereby designated -
Florida Press Special l\Iaynard.1 as the newspaper In which
l Association and well- Hall. Deputy. Polling1' this order shall be published once a
known state columnist, was here .1 week for four (4) consecutive weeks.
Precinct Two (2) East IjtiBellet
WITNESS the Honorable
.rf Friday and Saturday and enjoyed Mrs. F. Watts Hall,. Clerk; Mrs, I Whitchurst as Judge of this George Court W.,
f good fishing luck while here. Eva J, Myers, Mrs Owen Keen, Inspectors and the Seal of this Court in the
r ; M. J. Bush, Special Deputy. City of LaBelle, Hendry County, Florida -
Polling place: Newcomb Bakery. this October 4th '1940.
Precinct Three (3) Went LaBclIc: (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL
Absentee Voting To Robert E. Ketring, Clerk; R. J. Clerk of Circuit Court ot.
Moon, A. A. Harrington, Ella Carson Hendry County Florida. /
t s FN ,/ IJ Start On Monday Inspectors; M R. Browning, Special By INEZ MAGILL, D. C.
Deuptv. Polling place: Bank Building. J. :M.: COUSE,
LNG J Precinct Four (4) DennndiR Solicitor for Plaintiff.
:M. Burchard, Clerk; S. C Black- 5t. Oct. 4-11-18-25. Nov. 1, 1940.
Ballots are being printed this burn, J. L. Smith, Rossie May, Inspectors -
F. B. Ballard,' Special
; Deputy.
week for the general on
Polling place: Duval Garage.
I; November 5 and those who expectto Precinct Five (B) Tcldat
Mrs. T. L. Boatwright, Clerk C. O
be absent from the county on Willis, E. B. Fortson. Mrs. N. J. MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL oft
election day may cast an absentee Skelly, Inspectors; Marvin Perry, Spec- ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
ial Deputy. Polling place: Boy Scout
ballot in the office of County Judge Lodge. 'Maps Estimates
W. T. Maddox in LaBelle beginningnext (Seal) DAVE ALSTON.
Monday. No absentee voting Chairman Board of County JOHN H. DOTY
Commissioners of Hendry
I will be permitted after November County, FlorIda. Engineering Consultant
I 2. Attest: WILLIAM T. HULL, Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.DOYQUHAVETROOBIE .
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Names of election officials for No. 61. It. Oct. 17, 1940.

Glades Joins Highlands- must be an example' of cleanlinessof

environment, person and activities -

Hendry Health Unit For Dr. Hoffman says.
Application of qualified nurses

Nine Month Trial Period are being received and the selec- ON HilLS ? ,
i tion of a full time nurse for Glades

county to work out of the local

office is expected to be made soon.
(Moore Haven Democrat)
I Miss Hoxey will visit the coun- ,
i Dr., E. F. Hoffman of Sebring, 1 I
I ty each month to supervise the
I health officer for the Hendry- nursing service Dr. Hoffman will

i Glades-Highland Health Unit met hold conferences with pre-natal '

I on Tuesday' afternoon of this week infant, pre-school and school chil-

; with the board of county commis- dren and others referred on Mon- T.c :

,sioners to make plans for the func- day and Wednesday of each week ;

tioning of the health unit in this from 10 to 12 a. m. Appointmentsfor

i I county. such conferences must be madein

Offices of the newly established advance with the nurse in charge.Mr. .

health, unit were selected and will Warren, who will be in chargeof
be located in the commissioners'room the sanitation program may be

at the courthouse and in ap- contacted 'at the offices on Tues- ::

preciation of this splendid locationDr. day and Thursday from 10 to

Hoffman said: "The fine roomsso 12 a. m. ,v7' :

generously provided by the com- Dr. Hoffman feels that with the .. '
;, missioners is indeed an expression continued expression of interest and -

of the sincere desire and respect confidence already shown that the (

I for such a service. Moore Haven success of this worthwhile local

should take pride in the establish- enterprise should be assured. \ '

ment of one of.the, most needed and

valuable public services offered today Johnson's Fish Camp

a service for the preventionof
disease. The health and sani- 4
Having Good BusinessAs :
tation of each and every home as ; I ..
well as that of the county and < ,-
, Fishing ImprovesBill ; ,. "
nation whole r
as a are of vital im-
': portance in a program of preparedness I "/:" .-.
: ': --
whether it' be for a peaceful Johnson's Fish Camp has: I q'e "' <.1' \ .'

lifetime service or in the event, of been the scene of much activity ,.:l""", ,4svr ; ..
catastrophe. .
this week and few if any parties Ja .

Dr. Hoffman states that the have gone out and returned with- p

personnel of the health unit con- out a nice string of bass. Mr. h'

: sisting of himself as director, Miss Johnson has heard from many of

.:' Margaret Hoxey as supervising the visitors of last winter who say -

nurse, Miss Virginia Welsh, High- they are returning and bringingmore

lands county nurse, Miss Lillian with them this winter so, if
if Baptist, Hendry county nurse and the weather is anywhere near good, LUBRICATES UPPER CYLINDER and VALVES

{t. George W. Warren, sanitarian, wish a splendid business is expected by
to express appreciation for the the camp during the winter. INCREASES POWER SAVES WEAR .

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s.-, the unit here. Each health center I the week was brought in by W. J.

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P.-T.A. HAS BUSY SESSION istic work coming here from Pensa- the tenth grade "glamour girls." Sally Graham was elected treasurer. I
TUESDAY AFTERNOON cola, where she conducted a success- Plea
to one of the Freshmen There are twenty-five members in
L / ful series. Come and bring your girls: Please try to do something the garden club.
Personals j The Parent-Teacher Association friends to hear her; about Harold right away. He's The members arc going to make

met at tho school building Tues- M. M. DUDLEY, Pastor. feeling worse every day! rabbits, policemen, owls, tooth

day afternoon with Mrs. R. H. We are glad to say that Jack brush holders and other things of

Knight, president, presiding. The ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC Waters,. a member of our class, wood and sell them for twentyfivecents I
Mrs. J. E. Frierson spent Mondayin secretary announced that the third CHURCH has returned home from the Ar- each, at Parkinsons.The '

West Palm Beach. grade won the dollar awarded for cadia hospital, where he has recently fourth, fifth and sixth grade

the largest percentage of parents Rer. Lawrence J. Flynn, Pastor been very ill. We all wish garden clubs got together and gave
Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Lott" were present at the September meeting.The him a speedy recovery.. Mrs. Vaughn a party on her birth-

visitors Wednesday In Fort, Myers. treasurer reported $39.78 in Mass each Sunday morning at 8 day, Friday October 11, on the I

the treasury. Mrs. Essie Oliver, o'clock, excepting the last Sundayof 'SIXTH GRADE CLASS ELECTIONBy school lawn. They had refreshments !
Frank Weinberg of Tampa spenta : program chairman, told of the the month when the time is LOUISE PREWITTOn of cookies and punch. :

few days in Clewiston this week. organized recreation program being 10:30. October 2, the sixth grade Dick Owen is remodeling the ;I

carried out in the elementary gradesat Confessions 'are heard every Saturday I elected class officers. For ,each : garden in front of the high school

,Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Holstine school. She then led a periodof evening from 7:30 until 8.30 office there were three nominees.The I building and the clubs 'will soon

spent Saturday in Fort Myers.Mr. social activities for the ,P-TA and before all the Masses. class voted for each officer. be able to choose the spot where ,

members. Weekday Mass every morning' at The three nominees left the room. : they want their garden to be. '

and Mrs. Allen Yaeger of The following are room mothersfor 8:00 o'clock. The nominees for president were The sixth grade garden club will
Jacksonville were guests of friendsin this year: Devotions In honor of Our Ladyof Sally Graham, Grace Ward and have first choice. \
Clewiston Monday; Perpetual Help are Conducted Jack Martinez. Sally Graham was '
1st grade Mrs. R. J. Blount.
1 Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, followed elected. The nominees for 'vice- TOUCH FOOTBALL
2nd grade, Mrs. B. C.., Flaniken.3rd .
Mrs. B. J. Schroeder and Mr!. by Benediction of the Most president were Jack Martinez, By MARY LOUISE THOMAS I
grade, Mrs. S. P. Slonaker.4th .
Ray Alston were business visitorsin Blessed Sacrament. Harold Cannon and Gilbert Mc- The sixth and seventh grades
grade Mrs. Tom Toulis.
West Palm Beach. Tuesday.G. Religious Instruction Class for Cloud. Jack Martinez was elected. played a swell game of touch foot- I
5th Mrs. M.
grade, Maynie.
children Saturday morning at nine The class voted'' that the secretaryand ball last Tuesday.The !
6th grade, Mrs. A. O. Ward.
E. WenzIofT has returned here in Clewiston, and after Sunday treasurer would be the same sixth grade line-up was:
7th grade ,Mrs. M. A. Thomas.8th .
from spending several days with Mass in Pahokee. person. The nominees for secretaryand Oliver Martinez, captain and right-
grade, Mrs. M. E. Von Mach.
Mrs. Wenzloff in Okeechobee. I The Mass schedule of Pahokee i3 treasurer were Joan Crouch, half; Ben Bolton, center, Harold
9th grade, Mrs. A. H. King.
10:30 every Sunday, excepting the Mary {Louise Thomas and Louise Cannon, left end; Junior Martinez,
10th H.
Mrs. T.
grade, Vaughn.
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jones and last Sunday of the month, when Prewitt. Louise Prewitt was elec- left end; Jack Martinez, fullback;
Mrs. Blanche Turner.
Marianne Jones spent the week-end grade Mass is at eight o'clock. The 'public, ted. Mary Ruth Johnson made a Russell Liles, right end.
12th Mrs. W. C. Owen
"i grade, ,
in Jacksonville.Mrs. chairman of membership committee. regardless, of religious belief is .always move that we buy a flag. She said Seventh grade line-up: James I
welcome in this church. she knew where to get one for' four Elkins, captain and fullback; Billy 1
M. E. Von Mach and Mrs.S. Plans for a Hallowe'en Carnivalto ;
The motion was seconded.It Prewitt, right half; Bobby Topper, j
L. Crochet were recent' visitorsin be followed by a dance In the I FIRST BAPTIST. CHURCH I was voted that each person should left half; Bobby Huff, center; John I

West Palm Beach. auditorium were announced. Mrs. Rev. H. C. Meador, Pastor bring 'a nickel or a dime for the Roberts, right end; Frank Conk- I
:JH. R. Hall is chairman of the flag and the teacher, Mrs. Oliver, ling, left end. i

: Mrs. C. H. Berner, Mrs. R. M. committee. A carnival similar to The Friendly Church said she would make up the In the first quarter the sixth

Hare, jr., Mrs. Roy Alston and those given the past two years will Sunday school 9:45 a. m., B. difference. The meeting was then grade took the lead by Oliver i"
held either in the school build-
Miss Virgie O'Bannon visi-
were E. Herring, superintendent. adjourned. Martinez making a touchdown. The I
tors Wednesday in Fort Myers. ing or on the grounds. ,Therewill "
be prizes for the best costumes. Morning worship 11:00 a. m. -V- I seventh grade tried vainly to score
SIXTH GRADE GARDEN CLUB and for awhile /
and, 8:00 p. m. sermon by pastor. nobody scored. In
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vaughn, The committee plans to secure an i Training Union worship meets By LOUISE PREWITTThe the third quarter Harold Cannon
. Sonny and Harry Vaughn, and Mrs.J. orchestra for the dance, which i I
If ; 6:45 p. m., Arch Hodges director. meeting was called to order ran 'the length of the field and
will begin at 10 o'clock.
Vaughn spent Saturday in West Evening worship, 8:00 p. m. by Mrs. Vaughn, the 'chairman, mad.e a touchdown, and Junior
Palm Beach. Various committees for the affair Intermediate G. A's. at the church officers were elected and Joan Martinez followed up with a touch-

are: hot dog stand, Mrs. R. N. 2:30 Monday afternoon. Crouch was elected president. Grace back. After that none scored. The

Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Lawin of Smith, Mrs. E. J. Vent, Mrs. J. J. Sunbeams at the church at 4:00p. Ward was elected secretary and game ended with the score 15-0.

Miami spent a couple of days hereon Graham and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn; m. Monday afternoon. "
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business this week. cold drink stand, Mrs. G. B. I II
Junior G. A's. Wednesday at 3:30p.
Thomas, Mrs. E. M. Cornette
; m. at the church. (/H 1/1/ 11I111
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. B. Scharn- fortune telling, Mrs. A. 0. Oliver, Royal Ambassadors Friday nightat I I IUIIUH"I I

berg were visitors in West Palm Mrs. E. C. Mills; bingo, Mrs: Hanna, 7:30 p. m. ....
Beach Wednesday.Mr. Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. H. C. Regular mid-week service :!! ....,....:.... -.-"VI =- ,
Jones. Prizes and Judges, Mrs. H. ;: ". I I
and Mrs. L. C. Miller are C. Kolstad and Mrs. A. R. Broad- Wednesday evening at 8:00 p. m. sfG _.. .; .r= f
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visiting relatives in Jacksonvillefor foot. Cashier, Mrs. O. A. Jones. I j I 'tot ttI
a few weeks. Cakes, Pies, etc., Mrs. B. C. Flani- CLEWISTON COMMUNITY CHURCH ..g :

ken, Mrs. G. T. Auger, 1\ rs. J. I' i;
Mr. and Mrs. Frank M., Rodri- W. Ezelle. Decorations and Posters, Sunday School 9:45 a. m. B. C. saving QCCout with us% VOU st .-. I,

guez were Saturday visitors in Mrs. Margaret Arey, Miss Evelyn Flaniken superintendent. When You hate a taw dot\ a '."
West Palm Beach. Bell Miss 'Evelyn ,Burhans, Miss Adult Bible Class, J. E. Beards- ;1;;;, con ad d to it. a Save t 0# yf# incOme. r

Lucy Humble. Orchestra, Miss, Ruth ley, teacher. .. whatever yOU con undecl sem'. 'iI I
Mrs. D. M. Clark and children Knight and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson. A membership campaign is now z eocnings we com ri\\\ \ r

has returned to Pahokee after visit Fish Pond, Mrs. ,R. H. Knight and underway in Sunday School. The.90d_tS.I really make Sawn9 w _oJat\ f fink I
ing Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Allen..h'V' Mrs. R. W., Turk. Tickets,. Mrs. Church services 11:00 a. m. Rev. ."If 1' clC .oou I
lr* n ';.: .L". M., M. ,Prewitt. Committee, on may. Ralph M. Martin of Alexis, Illinois rtes Wbi not co: COIf ,nsw Saion9S = ,
Mrs. M. A. Summers has returned d ing and arranging;, Mrs. W. W. will conduct the serviced: T.- ieU, you ,, ab

to ,her home in Moore Haven after Perry and Joel Keene. Christian Endeavor, Monday, =. \p\on)$\ 7 tfom "Tf"'I'.o.L... ()Q aU. i :I

spending several days. in the Clew- 7:30 ,p. m. Lee Pridgen, president, = Ibythe01\>. '

iston Hospital. SIRS. BISHOP IS ,HOSTESS AT .. -1ve< ; f


Mrs. Frank Cothern, Doris and ..- }

Janis Cothern, Mrs. ,R. J. Blount Mrs. Ralph M. Bishop entertained '..--

and son, Billy, spent Saturday; in with a bridge party at her home (Continued from Page 5) Clewiston Federal
Savings'I I
Fort Myers.Mr. east of Clewiston Thursday after- seems that way in English class.

noon. A crystal flower container Marianne Jones seems to be

and Mrs. T. C. Musgraveand was awarded to Mrs. J. 'W.' Ezelle losing her grip on Carrol. He appeared and Loan Association t

son, Eddie, have moved into for high score and a double deck at a class party with one of ti
r their new home on Pasadena a of cards to Mrs H. R. Hall for I I II I
Avenue.Mr. low score. Mrs. W. H: Lanier --- I Illlmlllmllmlllllllllm

and Mrs. B. H. Cuttino made Pie the and lucky coffee cut.were served by J. ""IllIIlImlmmm!! I ""mm!INflNININN! III"l"!mllmlilllllimlll'lImmlm"IIIIIIlImmlll)! 1 N" [[!! mlllIIlIIm"! m"'llillllm"'I II mmllllmmmmlIIlmlmlmmJiillllllmimllmmllllll! I I I !! IN!!! !!m"'mm"' ,'1ii1 i 1 lmmmmmllmrijr!N ,! mmijmm! i lml I! 'lmmil f N! mlm!I!!hN. .' "

have returned from Fort Myers, the = ,
hostess to Mrs. S. iL. Crochet,
where Mr. Cuttino underwent a Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. J. W. ,

tonsillectomy.Mr. Ezelle, Mrs. W.. C.. Owen, ,Mrs.R. We Extend A Cordial Welcome To The I1
C. Wilson, Mrs. E.' L. Stewart, :!
and Mrs. C. E. Miner were Mrs. F. D. Duff, Mrs.: H. R. Hall, =-= I 0 ====

among. those attending the Democratic and Mrs. O. A. Jones.

_, rally in, West Palm Beach
Saturday night. NEW ARRIVAL

Mrs. J. E. Baker is in Lakeland, Among those who joined Colum- __
where she was called several days bus in discovering America on QI

ago by the critical illness of her October 12th are the twin sons' of c

-father.E. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Larsen, who
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Memorial Hospital in Fort Myers.
E. Kelly, accompanied ---
by The babies who '
have not 'yet been
Blitz Wegman and Selden Stewartof
named, weighed 7 and 6 pounds .
LaBelle, was a business visitorin
respectively, and they and their <'

Tampa Tuesday. mother are doing nicely. A'i; ';. i itfr ;,;(

Also making her debut Saturdaywas ;::',,; '" And anticipate cordial business relations <: t ) ;--"
Ray Jacobson of :,
Chicago left
I little Miss Billie Sue Crow, ', '': ',,,
Monday for Miami after spendinga daughter of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeE. '' .
few days here visiting Mr. and Crow, jr. The baby weighed ;; j"-':' < with ,our new competitive car agency, nci ) '

Mrs. H. C. Avant. eight pounds and she and her ;:" :: \, > ;" I ,
= ;;,, ':." Clewiston. ,, '
mother are doing splendidly at the '' .

Mrs. John Chandler of Okee- Clewistou Emergency Hospital. !'>7?' :',,' :,,: ,
chobee is spending several days here t" ,
with her daughter, Mrs. Van PENTECOSTAL CHURCH ,. .::?; We believe that fair Competition is "the ,"'" .: .

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;ji': life of trade and this has been the /.-'<: '
Services Every Sunday: 'l'--" '
Rev. and Mrs. R. P. Marshall of ,
Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. American of business. I."
Lakeland spent the week-end here = Way doing ,
Morning worship at 10:00 a. m. .
Rev. Marshall conducting services ,' ( ,,'
I Young People meeting 6:30 p.
in the Community Church both ';
m. Rev. M. M. Dudley, director. :7 .
morning and evening. Evangelistic services; 7:45 p. m. E ,'i

Tuesday evening service 7:30 p. ,.: J"
Mrs. A. A. Munroe, of Madison, m. =

arrived Sunday for a ten-day visit Friday evening service 7:30 p.
with Mr. and Mrs. Campbell E. m. -
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Nall.. Mr. Munroe is visiting relatives The public is cordially invited to
in Tennessee and will join attend all services.

Mrs. Munroe this weekend.Mrs. Evangelist Pauline Shauger of .

Painted Post, N. Y. is conducting HENDRY COUNTY MOTORS INC.
J. F. TIppey entertainedwith a series of revival meetings at the
a luncheon at the GondolaInn South Clewiston Pentecostal church. 9

in Fort Myers Wednesday for There will be preaching each night
Mrs. A. A. Munroe, of Madison. at 7:30. Sunday evening the sub- 2
Guests were Mrs. Munroe --
Mrs. ject will be "From Light to Dark-
Campbell E. Nail, Mrs. Zerney ness". The public is cordially invited ::..:-

Meredith, Mrs. H. R. Hall anpatsy n to attend. Evangelist Shaugerhas

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plains and fought Indians and rode I for the honest sunshine of the Pacific
with cattle ." I slope. THE: CHEERFUL CUB
He did not finish-he felt he might When Larkin entered the room .
say too much. Bowie '''introduced himself and his J
"You leave me most grateful, companions. "Mr. Larkin, you know Were a llo 1 little.ovr.seivia.y lY,,

Padre," he added, "yet with but General Sam Houston?" 'suggestedthe ;

t. one sore need." Texan. Vere just ,engulfed in
"What is that?" "By reputation, yes. Do, you come
"Powder and ball, Padre. We from him?" wont and dole

,need some protection from savages "I come from him. Mr. Larkin, IF we could get united
and wild animals." we've broken away from the grease
" "You, shall have both. But you ers down our way. We're flying our oncewe'd ,
will take no human life except in I own flag in Texas. I'm here just to I make

defense of your own-do you prom- learn what I can and report back to one 5rind ;
ise me that?" the man that sent me." big i oul. z '
[ CARMENoFTHERANCnO "I promise." Larkin studied his visitor closely. R.IcAnn( 1

"Padre," added Bowie gravely, "What are your credentials, Mr. c2::(
"I'd like to ask one question." Bowie?" he asked.

"What is that, my son?" "All in my head. I was directedto
it _Rv, FRANK( H. SPEARMAN Front H. Spearman WNU Servic. "May I ask your name?*' speak to you and make no move 0

Americanos. "Padre Vicente Pasqual. without your sanction. Had I broughtany
r; SYNOPSISLon "So. And we we are are worse now than helpless. We- "Are there many men in .California writing with me and been caughtby
like you?" the greasers it would have gone WNU Service.
of a used slender stock of ammuni-
Alfredo wealthy, Spanish owner heed our "Not so many as there used to hard. By pulling together, Mr.
.. Southern California rancho refuses to tion in that fight with the Indians. _
: several warnings of a raid by a band of be. There are now but few Franciscan Larkin, Texans and Californians
., : outlaws. Sierra Indians. One day after be "But you say,"worse than Ameri padres in Alta California." can establish) an empire that will

'-.. has finally nearby decided mission to for seek his the wife protection and family canos-how so? Bowie looked sheepish. "I didn't reach from the Gulf of Mexico to the

'J of ,the the Indians strike. Don Alfredo, Is killed "Padre, do you remember the Al. mean exactly that, Padre. I meant, Gulf of California. That's what some CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT I
from "
,, and his two young daughters faithful are torn maid. amo? are there many men who would do of our ''people have got in their
of the family's
Monica the arms, and are carried away to the hills. The priest knit his brow in momentary for stranger- what you are, doing heads. That's the reason I'm in
', Padre Pasqual. missionary friend of the perplexity. "I'd remember for me? If there are, I'd like to California."

family,the arrives story at of the the ruins raid of from the ranch Monica.andlearns it." meet more of them. ,Or better, be He waited for Larkin's response.

After a trying and difficult trip across the "Then well may Texans!I" said fixed myself to do something for The latter hesitated some mo-
: plains and mountains from Texas Texas to California adventurer Bowie gravely. "My scout, Ben Par- them." ments. When he spoke his attitudewas I

youthful, with his Henry friends Bowie, Ben a Pardaloeand daloe, lost his uncle in that,damnable not unfriendly but plainly. it PEARLS ,,,. ,

Slmmie, an Indian scout, sight the party two massacre by Santa Ana's Mexi- The streets of Monterey were was not enthusiastic. "Fortunes Made-Pearl fishing In rivers,
''- of Indians who have carried off Few the Texans who streams." Many pearls bring $10.000 each.
are can-
little girls. The three Texans attack the cans. alive with strange-looking men- "Things are very different withus Easy to learn. Book contains complete in-
war party of fifty-odd Indians and,through a not count a friend, or relative mur- men from every quarter of the globe here in California from what struction, locations. $1.00. Shear Pearl In
,; clever ruse scatter saved.the The savages group to makes the hills.Its dered there." -when Bowie, followed by his star- they were in Texas when you start- Cosines 181 Thompson St..New York Citr.

The way girls out of are the hills and meets the distraught "That," argued the priest pacifi- ing scouts; sought the office of ed your fight. Most of our white

Monica, the Monica children's and the maid.friendly The Padre girls are at cally, "was some time ago. There is men are not greasers, as you call Thought and Feeling.
left with .
a mission. peace now. them. They are of Spanish blood, Thought convinces; feeling per-
-- His visitor nodded. "Not for, long, just as white as, you and I. These suades. If imagination furnishesthe

I fear, Padre. There will be more .- big land, grants near here-anyway, fact with wings, feeling.is the
CHAPTER V-Continued fighting," predicted Bowie almost 'in 'several cases that I know of- great, stout muscle which plies
-SHe casually. come direct from the king of Spain. '
them, and lifts him from
Bowie responded -
spoke very slowly. "What brings you to California, ; k / When yon talk about changing the ground. Thought sees beauty; emotion -
: with more energy. padre son?" flag you've got to deal with Califor- r
my feels it.-Theodore Parker.
: ,with a smile, raised his hand. "That is not ''personal 's'kti nianos of that kind of blood-and let
my ,
t' "Please 1 Slow! me tell they hate the Yankeeslike
or I would willingly tell you. But I you 1
'b Bowie nodded. "We are Tejanos, here poison. They are the kindest- i
am treading on delicate
Padre-cannot speak' Spanish. We ground. I cannot risk going to San hearted, most generous people in the Relief At. Last
took these girls from Indians a war Diego. I had an American friend world, but they don't want to get
r' in the Sierras. Do you know Russians I
party mixed up with or Englishor !
who was starved to death in prison
these youngsters? 'Yankees. They are proud, and
there not so long by a Mexican
ago for Your
1 Cough
} The padre nodded" fast. "I know wretch, the governor." they are gentlemen, and they are
them much, much. very independent. So yousee what
Haltingly and brokenly he relatedto "You mean Echeandia? little there is in any situation here, Creomulslon relieves promptly because -
Bowie nodded. "Even if I it to the seat of the
were General goes right
the interest
his i
Bowie and companions just at' present, to
trouble to loosen and expel
inclined to trust him I would not
.. story of the raiding of Los Alamos Houston.
; germ laden phlegm, and aid natureto
There be
t \ and the burning of the rancho. With go. might fighting. Some- "At the same tune you will see, soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed
. little difficulty the Texan followed one might be killed, for we would not if you stay a while, as I strongly bronchial mucous mem-
: and comprehended just how he and submit to detention. My businesson advise you to do,. that things are branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa
bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding
the coast demands
: his had chanced on the fleeing speed. kind of-well unsettled, here
,: men say- you must like the way it
!: .. warriors and robbed them at least us from that venture. just as they are down your. way. quickly allays the cough or you are
;: of their human victims. It was ""Then: what_ is your wish?" \ There's no denying that. What's'going to have your money back.CREOMULSION.

not the first time, the, padre said "Padre, ''we were forced to kill to come out of it no man ,can

to.j sadly, that Spanish girls and worn, our horses when we were starving. tell much better than you can. for Coughs Chest Colds Bronchitis
en had b carried away by bad, These; horses we ride were captured Bowie offered a few of his own ,

:" Indians raiding the ranchos. And from the savages. No doubt'theybelong thoughts. "I'm beginning to like this
1 r rarely had rescue' parties, however to the' ranchero who was country. I'm going'to stay a while, ,Hope Against Despair

:(,. expeditious or well equipped. been murdered. They should be returned I anvwav.- I'd like to live among- thejili'd Hope A"ic"? _a lover's staff,? walk..---
:.. able to recover the unhappy cap- to his family-the trappings are val- "I appreciate all you say, Padre." ; .of people you describe. But hence with that, and manage it
tives if the raiders'could ,reach the uable. But we'shall be left horse, I'll admit right off, I'm death on against despairing thoughts.-
high mountains first. And, he added, less. I have no money-what' shall Thomas O. Larkin, respected citizen greasers and Indians." Shakespeare.

t: these thrice-unhappy victims of their ,we do?" of Monterey.

i,;, savagery had ,been made creaturesto "What do you want to do, my Frontiersmen, removed from their "Well, boys, we're here," remarked -
the chiefs-so it had been learned son?" habitat of desert, valley and moun- Bowie that evening to his

., from neophytes. The southern Indians "To leave your hospitable roof be- tain and thrown into city streets, are two scouts. "There's nothing to

',. ,. he added, were even more fore daybreak to continue our journey as confused as children. The Tex- take us back.to Texas till we look Why Let YourselfGet
: warlike and ferocious than the tribes north." ans themselves were objects of curi- around. And inasmuch as the sov- ?

r, about the northern missions. These "Where to?" osity to other men of the capitaL ereign republic of Texas has 'not Constipated

( wretches were, Quemayas or Yu- Their garb, in, part Californian, supplied its ambassadors with any
, The Texan smiled again. "Padre, endure those dull headachy
the kindness of the mis- Why
mas. Both had been scourges of I have not' given you my name. Excuse thanks to funds, we'll have to forge along, days due to constipation,plus the !
their missions and settlers for sioners, and in part'reflecting the rifles '.
sixty that I only I bound best we can. We've got our inevitable trips to,the medicine
years or mote."And north." say am hardships of the desert trail; their ,and, thanks to old Padre Pasqual, a chest, if you can avoid both by
now," he asked in conclusion i long-barreled and carefully carried little powder. You can see for your- getting the cause of the trouble?
"As far as Mission San Franciscode and If your constipation, like that
horns the
raising his hands as he regarded -I Asis?" rifles- and powder ; selves, boys, there's plenty of gamein of millions, is due to lack of
the orphans with a world of "Probably." long deep-sheathed knives suspended this country for everybody; I "bulk" in the diet, the "better

:', pity, "what shall be done? Monica," "Then I help from their belts were a noveltyto I reckon nobody will object to our taking way"is to eat Kellogg's All-Bran.
can you. '
the naval officers, the seafaring I This crunchy toasted
he said in know the share.
"you "But why should you help ,me, our cereal is the ounce of prevention
-- the Mexican
; quarters for the unmarried women. Padre?" supernumer- Bowie's wound in his shoulder that's worth a pound of emer-
.' Take the children and find lodging "Because he went in broken aries and the rancheros who, ever long neglected, called urgently for a gency relief.It helps you not onlyto
;: for them and for yourself for the averse to walking, rode richly ca- surgeon's care. The American fron- get regular but to keep regular,
English, "you have done "an inesti- after
and month
and down after
horses the day day
parisoned up
wound much
night. In the morning we shall see. tiersman never gave a
mable charity to my dearest friends. month, by the pleasantest means I
, When the three had left the room None but a humane, an honorable, 'narrow streets. attention; he had, without asking, you ever knew.' I
the padre explained to Bowie that would have his life Bowie ,himself, though more so- the best of remedial agents at hand: Eat Kellogg's All-Bran regularly -
man endangered phisticated than his scouts, found and drink plenty of water, and
he could not speak freely before the the pure air of plains moun-
the of
to rescue helpless prisoners all about
at. His see if you don't forget
much to eye swept
innocent victims of the savages or gaze tains and the hardiest of constitu-
these and depart Made by Kellogg'sin
unhappy savages now constipation.
disclose that these had murdered without asking or expecting the beautiful harbor. Within it laya ,tions. Neglect, not care, was the Battle Creek.If your condition
their father. He added that the coasting vessel from San Bias, a rule for any wound not completely is chronic, it is wise to consulta i

mother was at San Diego at the recompense. Lower California port. A shrewd- disabling. physician.It's.
home of a relative and that her son, Bowie laughed. "Padre, you forget looking Yankee trader with sails in- But Bowie had for once relied too

brother to the little ones, was with Indians-mean Indianswherever nocently furled, trim and fast sail- much on nature unaided and at Mon- I

her. He suggested that the Tejanos, and however" found, are poisonto ing, doubtless hailed from Boston. A terey was obliged to seek a sur- I
supplied with a guard of soldiers Texans. clipper-built ship ''from Hong Kong geon. Fortunately for him a good the Thing!

II from the mission, take the rescued The priest spoke on. VI! forget and the Sandwich Islands lay under one,,was'at hand; Larkin introduced "What are you going to do when :

girls to San Diego in the morningto nothing, my son; I take nothing the bluff, and, most interesting of Bowie to him. you're, as big as mummy, dear?"
receive the thanks and gratitudeof back. It is true," he added sadly, all to the young Texan, a United Dr. Doane was an Irishman and "Slimming exercises."

their mother and relatives. "the philistines have despoiled us, States sloop of war, rocked by a justly proud of it, and he took anIrishman's
as they have all the missions. They swell surveyed the harbor
Where, he doubted not, a generous gentle fancy to Bowie. .
reward would in part recompense leave us nothing they can sell for scene from a dignified distance. The 'doctor was a good prober, \ CHOICE OF MILLIONS. !
them for the dangers they had in- money or put to their uses. A few The coaster brought soldiers, both physically and mentally. He :::s 'I'II1I/st FOR THEIR SIMPLE FIRST HEADACHE.THOUGHT }I

curred in battling- the savages and horses remain to us in our poverty. freight and dispatches from Mexico, had been a world traveler and wasa :::; ST.JOSEPH ASPIRIN
These I place at your disposal." and from San Diego, San
for the hardships incurred in restoring passengers man of parts."I "IU\\
the precious ones to their "I will pay well for them, Padre, Pedro and Santa Barbara. The Yan- suppose I ought to say, Doc-

despairing family. when I have the means." kee trader brought merchandise for tor," began Bowie, "that I haven't: WNU-7 42-40 I
Bowie listened carefully. He liked "You will pay nothing for them.I sale to merchants of Monterey and just at present, got a cent in the
the padre; he felt instinctively that have made a poor face, true. But Yerba 'Buena, for barter with California world." The Shame

he could trust him; yet he felt, too, that is only to explain. Our best i rancheros and the missionsof "Did I say anything about mon- Poverty is not a shame, but the
the need of caution in all his move- ,.horses are gone, but we still have a Santa Clara, San Francisco de ey?" demanded Doane sharply. being ashamed of it is.-Thomas
ments and contacts in California."I few homely, hardy beasts that will'' Asis and San Jose. The Yankee "Take off your shirt." Fuller.
safely-even these may be clipper brought from the Orient the Bowie t tWHEN
appreciate all you say, Padre. carry you After some weeks com-
But there are difficulties." pillaged from us tomorrow. And I silken stuffs of Cathay for the fur- plained that the doctor's treatmentwas

"Such as what, my son?" will give you a silent, trustworthy ther adornment of women alreadyso taking a good deal of his
Indian for a guide." notable in beauty, dignity and jBlll ;I
"Let me ask a question: are you (Doane's) time. 4s?
Mexican or Spanish?" "That would be wonderfuL" charm that they dazzled the imagination "Young man, you ought to be ,
The padre looked quizzicallygrave "And a brief word to the mision- of every traveler who visited thanking God you haven't lost an with hackachE.?

; he spoke with a twinkle in eros on the 'way, so that if you are California and attempted to describe arm instead of talking about the

his eye. "My son, Spanish priestsare sick you shall be cared for. If you its women. The sloop of war time it has taken to save it," ( kidneys function badly and,
not now supposed to be in Cali- are hungry you shall be fed, and for was there for a purpose; but a pur- snapped Doane. "You Texans, I suffer a nagging backache,;
fornia missions." your repose you shall have a place, pose unknown to any not in the coun- hear, are a quick-trigger1 But with dizziness, burning, scanty or tool'
Bowie caught the implication. to sleep," continued the padre. cils of the very elect. some things take time. How do you frequent urination and getting up at

"Then as a Spaniard you, too, have Bowie felt overcome. "It is too Bowie found Larkin at his home like California? What brought you night; when you feel tired Pills., nervous) :;

felt the tyranny of the Mexican gov- much," was all he could urge. and was received in the darkened out here? Why do you talk about all Doan's upset. .are. use especially Dean's for poorly'working ;!

ernment. May I give you a confidence "Far from enough for what you parlor. Perhaps the Spanishspeaking going back to :Texas?" kidneys. Millions of boxes
?" have done. Since you have done it women of California had an in- The doctor asked questions in are used every year. They are comimended

"It involves no crime ,or wrong- for these, His little ones, my son, herited fear of sunshine, for even bunches. Bowie was slow in giving I I' the country over. Ask your
doing?" you have done it for Him. What'religion after a century of expatriation from his confidence, but he finally did so, neighbor!
"Certainly not." have you?" Spain and Mexico they still fear it Doane was immensely interested,

"What is your name?" "Padre, I started right. But how in their California living rooms. Or but he took Larkin's view of Hour
"I from the East all perhaps the aversion was born of dream: tit
am Padre. We could I have any left after living ton's
Are Tejanos." my life on the frontier, far from all sad experience with Yankee-dyed TO BE CONTINUED)
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,: Tigers Invade Tarpon cane to plant and process but when to benefit the' small growers. Mostof Class 2 If their employment inindustry Kiwanis Hears-
. told that plans had already been them .express themselves as agriculture or other occupations -
made by Clarence R. Bitting ,presi- feeling that if the senator had or employment Is found by
Field For Game To'dayThe :
: dent of the U. S. Sugar Corporation made the proper kind of fight for the local board to be 'necessary to ; (Continued from Page 1)

, for a Belle Glade sugar cooperative the state Industry that the quotas the maintenance of the national ,were! by the mixed. quartet of Stet-.
:. entirely separated from would have been increased and the health safety or Interest. I'
Clewiston Tigers. wJjjoach ,son University and the West Palm
\. Richard Turk, left .tLa Tning the sugar corporation ho professed independent growers as well as the I Registrants will be placed in
': for Boca Grande where fcy.w- will to be unfamiliar with the coopera- corporation might have profited by I Class 3 if the local board decides i:Beach quartet.

,; battle the Tarpons of city tive plan. the increase. that their status with respect "to; Frank S. Wright, director of

R this afternoon for the seconc game Pepper was said to have shown persons dependent on them for publicity. at the University of Flori-
t of the season.' considerable animosity toward Mr. Draft Board- support renders their deferment da was chosen as governor for the
State of Florida for the ,
p' Smarting under a defeat atIoore Bitting and other corporation offi- advisable.. /
succeeding J. Edwin Baker of Uma-
..' Haven last week In the first game cials and toward the newspapers Registrants in. Class 4 are those
Continued Irom 1) tllla. James Hoffman of Coral
( Page
L-. by a close score of 12-8 the Tigers which attacked his stand last week, whose deferment is prescribe by
The first task of the board as Gables was elected lieutenantgovernor -
have been working hard all week I I intimating that they had been law or who for other reasons* are
for the southeastern division.
mentioned above was to throughthe
r to Improve their weaknesses in anticipation "bought off" hy the corporation's"slush go not considered available for selec-
great pile of cards of regist- Orlando was chosen as next year'sconventjon
his intention '
fund" and reiterated
", of a hard game today.fi' tion.
rants, separate those who registered I city.READ .
The squad was not overconfident ; to attempt passage of the Deferments are temporary, and
but :promised to give the Tarponsa amendment at the January sessionof here and gave their address in all classifications can be changed by
t. mail these
some other county
a real battle on their home gridiron. Congress. local boards whenever the"grounds
transient cards to the county
li: '. Those attending the hearing were for deferment change. (
named. The remainder of the
1 Pepper Poston, Hooker Beardsley, I THE AD$
: .. Although the starting line-up was cards, Hendry county residents
., not learned before the squad left Luther Jones and J. F. Scullin of and numberedand
then shuffled
were With the News
: this morning it is probable that Belle Glade, Sam Chastain of Canal these numbers, as assigned, Is Your Subscription Paid L thong. _. ....
Coach Turk will rely on the sextet Point Doyle Crocker of Pahokee, L -----------------------j -
will represent the numbers used ------------ -- --- -------
that played the greater part of the R. Y. Creech, Belle Glade, Ed f
,i game at Moore Haven: Jim Davisat Stumpf of West Palm Beach, R. lists in the are national made up drawing.of these registrants :Four- :?t-:":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":"-r--, :":":":":..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..-:..:..:..:..:..:..:;

center; A. D. Frith at left end; 1\!. Bishop and C. E. Berner of showing the number assigned ::: /NOTICE 00;
Paul Slonaker right end; Sam Lang Clewiston and Sidney Catts, jr. : .
and the race and one of these OtOi
right half; Carl Reddish left half In Tampa Wednesday the boardof will be posted in a public ,place, :i:: To New arid Old Arrivals in Clewiston :3 i::

<:',' and Bill Vent tailback. Junior governors of the Chamber of probably the' post-office. Mr. OtO I tt
Waters who played a great deal Commerce met with the Senator Beardsley said that he hoped to :: Register your name and present address with us so your :: '7

;',, '. of last Friday's game despite a and asked him to explain his stand. have the copy ready for posting by +i friends and relatives will have no trouble locating you as 0:0
broken nose and accounted for Again he re-affirmed his intentionto Saturday night. ?00'we will gladly direct them personally to your home. :_:

I two of Clewiston's points with a continue the fight for passage of have been .;. There is no charge or obligation. We only want to do our:0
', perfect dropkick conversion will the amendment, saying that he was After order numbers 0:0 part in rendering a needed service to the visitors and 'residents :::
assigned, and this will be done :: of Clewiston. Register Today. .
'also see action in today's game. acting for the Independent cane +
following a national drawing to be 00 00 t
; Reddish showed up well against growers and fighting the monopoly held at Washington the local board :;: -GULF SERVICE STATION :;:

',,, Moore .Haven In' line-smashing and which the U. S. Sugar Corporationwas will mail a questionnaire'. to each oto 0 0
.? will probably'carry the pig-skin building up through being allowed local registrant. .;. .... / G. B. THOMAS, Mgr. :+:

.'- most of the time this afternoon behind 86 per cent of the Florida The questionnaire will contain a y(,.:..:..:....:..;..:.,.: ::,:.-V...:..:..:vl..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:*.:..:..:,,*,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:":-*":":":***":**!":":":":":":":":":":":
Lang's blocking. quota. : i
printed list of questions, which
The first game at home will be The president of the corporation the registrant must answer. The

next Friday night against the Clarence R. Bitting was referredto answers will be used by the local :i Iim, II"'IIII'I'II" I ""IIIIIIIIIIIIK"' IIIIIIIIIIIIII II'III'' ( IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIII1IIIIII: lIllllItllllll 1( 1111111I11111i ..
Ppmpano Panthers who meet the by Pepper several times in the bo'ard in determining if the regist-

'r Moore Haven Terriers this after- Tampa meeting once assailing him rant shall be called for military

noon. It will be a night game and for lack 'of 'cooperation in workingout i training and service /: y CARRY ON, WITH ROOSEVELTFranklin
everyone Is urged to'attend.. the sugar problem and that After the questionnaire has been

"once he gets it through his head studied by the local board, fi the

Pepper Questioned- that I'm going to be the senator registrant will be placediin, 9ne 'pf D. Roosevelt is not the choice of .the utilities monopoly.
:and not Clarence Bitting, we won't four classes:' ,
Instead, he .is the hope of the American people. In this crisis,
have any trouble. He also askedif Class 1. Those persons availablefor

s: ; (Continued from Page 1) the criticism to his action had training and service in the land wo choose a third term for President Roosevelt who has the

e senator answered by saying "at been inspired, by Bitting or sugar or naval forces. : nation's safety well in hand instead of the uncertainty of a
the Clewiston sugar mill. Beards- corporation officials. Class 2. Those persons deferred
first term inexperienced: untried candidate.
&; ley reminded him that this section Those in the 'glades familiar because the public interest is best

';:' was seventy-five miles from the i iI' I with the industry realize that the served by their staying at their VOTE THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET NOVEMBER 5:
'. Clewiston area, far too great a U. S. Sugar Corporation has developed usual 'work.Class .,

distance for hauling. The senator the sugar industry of the 3. ,Those persons deferred

then said they could haul to Fells- state has of its own accord, created because others are dependent upon Signed-The Hendry County Democratic

mere ,and a titter went through the the independent grower and assIs- them for support.

group as he was reminded that this ted him in making a 'success of the Class 4. Those persons deferred Executive Committee.
was a hundred miles away. either by the law itself, or for
of and the feel-
,: :Senator Pepper explained that he growing sugar cane physical disability or other reas-
;:'i\;" was acting .In behalf_ of, the independent ing is almost universal that the ons.
?, growers getting more corporation should not be. penalized Registrants will be ,placed in ''i IIIIIIIIIIIII 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIi !lIIIIIII"III.IJ IIIIIIIIIIIHI 11.11111111111. r0IIIIIIIIIIIIII,\;>! J l llllIlllIllI 1lI11111111111 \>:JlIUP'

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