The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00810
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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 25, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
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System ID: UF00028415:00810
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Herman J. B. Scharnberg, 57, An army of colored cane cutters ,,: ,

I superintendent of the sugar house ? ,, : will take their cane, knives in hand ; ,
of the United States Sugar Cor- 4 on :Monday: morning, November 4, '.:

poration, died instantaneously Tues- in the various plantations of' the :

day morning as the result of a : > 5 '( '( United States Sugar Corporation to '
self-inflicted bullet wound. Mr. :. begin the harvest of the 1940-41

Scharnberg had been in constantill sugar cane crop which bids fair ..,' i
health since suffering a nervous to be the finest in the history. of .: '

breakdown 18 months ago, and the organization. ,",I'

was known to have been very. depressed The following day, approximatelyat I

over his condition. noon, the first car of cane will ,:

Mr. Scharnberg had been a resi be dumped into the hopper .at the ..: I

dent of Clewiston for nine years, south end of the' sugar house and '

coming here in September, 1931as the grinding machinery will take :';

mill superintendent for the then I thi3 cane, crush it and press it '.:I I

new United States Sugar Corporation. through seven big mills until the .: l:
His efficiency in his line of juice is all withdrawn and started I

work is no small fa'ctor in the on its way through the other processes ': J'

steady progress made by the cor- toward the making of raw 'l:1:
poration. sugar. S

Herman J. B. Scharnberg was Such was the announcement made II
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born in Hamburg, Germany, March 4) I Vr the first of this week by Jay W. -::

15, 1883. He began his mechanical .. Moran, vice-president and general ;i
training in that country but came to '/ / :' 2 : ; manager of the corporation, who '

America at the age _of 21 years. 1 said that ,although these dates are .
His skill at mechanics was that tentative it is quite likely that no- I

of a genius, and few of even his > )'., thing will occur to change the plans. ::1
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closest associates at the sugar house ) 5 1\/ \ The present crop of sugar cane \

realized the full extent of his importance ; ) r ;I is regarded as the finest yet grown .'I:

in his chosen profession.Mr /J by the corporation and by the ..',:1'1

Scharnberg soon chose the independent growers, who sell their i"
cane at a contract rate, to the !
sugar industry as particularfield '
of endeavor, and he attained corporation for processing. Whether I'I
his contributions in conditions have been ideal for the ,
prominence by House Marks The Formal
that line. He held important positions Open I growth of cane and the heavy rains :
of last month, while serving to l fJ.
in sugar production in Puerto .,.
'Rico. Htiti, awl Cyba, He came halt replacement planting operations __-
from' a Cuban position to the Ever- Dedi ation Of New Office only served to 'give' the cane a .
glades. BuildingFAMOUS faster growth 'and little or' no .v, ii

-- damage was done by; iftgh :water. .. ';':"i'l
:Mr. Scharnberg Invented and '
\ Many changes have been made
perfected many items of machineryand during the summer at the sugar :II
equipment which are now In 1 Ceremonies Curtailed I STATE SUPERINTENDENT ;
FISHERMAN IS house which are designed to in- ,
/ use in the Clewiston sugar-house
HERE TO TRY HIS LUCK VISITOR HERE THIS WEEK crease efficiency of operation still
I and in other mills in America
Because Of Death
further. A seventh mill placed in
! and in Cuba and other insular cane-
Colin English of Tallahassee,
the grinding tandem and: operated J
Tony Acetta, world's championbait
growing areas. In preparation for Of EmployeeMANY
State Superintendent of Schools wasa
caster and expert fisherman, electrically is expected to do much
the 1940-41 grinding season a new
visitor here Tuesday and Wed-
of Cleveland, Ohio, is registered, on toward increasing the sugar house
mill, known as the ,FarrellScharnberg -
nesday, visiting the local school
with Mrs. Acetta, this week at the VISITORS ARE HERE TO output. A minimum of five per
was installed at the Clewis-
while here'and conferring with
INSPECT NEW HOME OF cent Increase is predicted. :
Clewiston Inn and will spend I
ton The
sugar-house. latter
' part Charles E. Miner, local school
4 Labor is said to be plentiful and
of the name of the mill is for H. I
board member and secretary of the
while many of the employees were
bass fishing in Lake Okeechobee.Mr. :
J. B. Scharnberg who
developed a
State School Board Association. Mr. '
caught in the draft registration it /
number of patents to make this Acetta has been in Clewis- : The entertainment program which Joe
English. accompanied by 'J
was is not anticipated that this will
had been planned for the formal -
mill, of completely new design, ton several times and has expressed Hall of Tallahassee, certification
cause great loss of
dedication' of the United States any man-power .r
the greatest improvement in mill himself as believing the bass fishing clerk for the state board of edu- during the present season. :
design in a quarter century.Mr. here, to be equal to that in any Sugar Corporation's new office cation. I
The opening of the house 11
building here Tuesday morning sugar
Scharnberg's importance to part of the country.
the mechanical world noted was omitted because of the deathof Mr. English expressed himselfas and the harvest season is a great '
his connection with was nationaland One of the finest strings_ of bass H. J. B. Scharnberg, sugar being delighted with Clewis- day for every community in the

international societies.many Amonghis reported this week was broughtinto house superintendent which occured ton's new high school building and Everglades for it is then that the

recognitions were that of: Johnson's Camp Sunday by that morning, but the offices were with the progress made along edu- area's greatest payroll begins andas
thrown during the day for cational lines here in the past few result of the operations cash
Member Julian Rice and Merritt Phillips of open
American Institute of
public inspection as previously years. He is making a general register in every business house
Electrical Engineers. Member, Montgomery, Ala., who landed a planned and no other dedicatory tour of the state, visiting every in the Everglades begin to click a :

III I (Continued on Pace 8) string of 17 beauties. I ceremonies' will be held. school possible in the state. little _more often. ;

- - - Every; arrangement had been
made for the ordial reception of

I visitors at the offices and there wasa Construction Of New .

constant stream of visitors, both

.-, local and from communities all
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'... .- ; ':: -i over south Florida, being shown Tlieo tre Is
<. -. CT'.rzebute' -\ .,7-: ( Begun
-.: ,-" ., ..'...,:'':': ';':::-.f".' .....!.', through the building during the .. -
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'' ': r, '. morning hours. Work was suspended 0
in all offices during the MODERN STRUCTURE f.
day but office employees remainedon Bowling Teams Have LOCATED AT CORNER OF
In the death of Herman_ Scharnberg, we have -
the visitors
duty to guide .
I' lost a fine loyal citizen and a true gentleman. through and explain to them any Begun Organizing Here I:

details of the building constructionor Mrs. Mary Hayes Davis, owner I
Coming to America in 1904, almost 40 years office set-ups about which they .--- and manager of the Dixie Crystal
The rosters of two bowling teams I
.. age, he established citizenship in this country in 1906. were the questioned.case in the This tabulating was particularly machine- have already been turned in at the Theatre construction here of... this a new week and began imposing the I,

In the following years of his life he brought great room where all visitors were interested A. and B. Alleys' and others are in theatre building at the corner of '
in the mechanical tabula- the process of formation so it is
credit to himself and to the industries he Sugarland Highway and Central
served tors. anticipated that within a short time I'
Avenue just west of the Seminole.
through his important and valuable contributions to In the beautiful lobby of the match play will begin for the winter The Earl Anderson Contracting 1
the local alleys.
season on
the technology of those industries. building had been set-up photo- Last season an eight-team leaguewas Company of Fort Myers and Lake- \!
graphic exhibits which showed the land has contracted the erection of i1}
interest '
formed and great
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sugar cane field 'operations and a the and to have it )
building hopes
He at all times dutiful
and devoted
was a husband maintained in the sport thorughout
portion of the processing operation. tournament.An ready for use within forty-five days. Jl
the of the
and father. He had the respect and profound! Large vases of beautiful cut flowers elimination tournament followedand The architect is C. A. Cone of f'
were arranged in each office, in West Palm Beach who designed tho '
devotion of his co-workers and of all who knew also created considerable Interest -
I the lobby and other parts of the but not so successful as new theatre building just completed .,
him. building as a decorative effect. at Pahokee. J
the team matches. It is likely thata
Following the tour of the .build will be startedas The building, approximately forty-
The passing of Herman Scharnberg has brought ing visitors were directed to a soon as tourney all teams are completed.The five feet wide and ninety-three feet I,'
refreshment booth in the Civic will be long, will face the highway with a }
a very loss to this community, in which he Kiwanis Club team
Center Park for iced drinks. captained by Jerry Wilcox and A. beautifully designed facade. There ,
; last lived, and to me the loss of a very dear friend. O. Ward will act as business man- will be a glassed-in cashier's cage ,r rin '

I J. F. Tippey, the center with double swinging j'
Just as "R" comes before "W"in ager. Players are I
the alphabet, so come the A. W. Slas, A. W. Lawrence, J. doors on either side entering the

H Jay W. Moran electors for Roosevelt before those W. Ezelle, Ed Markette, Jerry tile-floored foyer. Entrances are
for Willkie on the general election Wilcox and M. C. Dok This team arranged from the foyer into the

ballot. So. If you want to vote for has already been practicing and offices in the northwest corner,

I Roosevelt mark the first 7, if you was scheduled to meet the Rich- into the ladles' rest rooms on the

want to vote for :Willkie, vote for mond Plumbing Co. team of Belle west side and into the gentlemen'sContinued

the last 7, .(Continual pn Page 8) ( on :page 8)'r ,
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When people .snub rr\e I
SUNDAY THE sources of power in the
1 dent; mind are not so much with

I simply look t..het..d.'U"d those who make its laws as
.yea Dean of The Moody Bible Institute 4gR B FNWashington with those who shape its public
of Chicago. '
opinion. Abraham Lincoln.
The time, when III be. WNU Srralc p/ (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) -
You see the fact is that the
f r't..tYovvith[ Man About Town D. C. strongest man upon earth is he

The rwble.I New Yorkers Are Talking About: Lesson for October 27 OPPOSITION COOLS OFF who stands most alone.Ibsen.'Tis .

bowing down Jolson's plan to get custody of the JAPANESE impious in a good man to be
child from Ruby Keeler The Lesson and subjects and Scripture by InternationalCouncil texts selected When Cordell Hull wants to turnon .-Edward Young.
to mertiecAnn,. J. Cromwell-Doris Duke "distance" of RCeoJ'iiteE1dU U ; used by his Tennessee mountain wrath he Only he has a sense of humor

which intimates insist will be Reno- permission. can do a magnificent job, and the who sees things deeply enoughto

tarized after November 7 The CHRISTIAN MOTIVES FOR word which leaked out of his inner distinguish between -.life's

famed Tune Pan Alley patriot's ABSTINENCELESSON sanctum is that this was the kind ofa realities and its illusions.-Harold -
0p daughter who was ousted bodily froma job he dill when Japanese Am- E. Carlson.

cocktail party, for declaring: "I TEXT-Luke 1:13-16; 2:40; 4:4: ; bassador Horinouchi called on him The Gods we worship write their
wouldn't mind a fate like Unity Mitford's 6:21: 25, 43.45.GOLDEN just after the United States had decided names on our faces.-Anon.
WNU Service. if I could be near Hitter first! TEXT':-For the kingdont of God to recall its citizens from
Is not meat and drink; but righteousness,
That man's voice thrills me! and peace, and Joy In the Holy Ghost.- China.

The phony romance between Babs Romans 14:17. The Hull dressing down, together
Hutton and Bob the golf with internal reactions '.T
Sweeney, in Japan,
Life is most To Fit the CrimeA
our precious
ace. It was strictly a cover-up for posses- seems to have cooled off the Japanese -
sion. No will
CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT Bob's visits from England-the buy- intelligent person somewhat. Intelligence reports -
of waste its fleeting moments, nor defer magistrate was so delighted
ing of munitions and recruiting reaching Washington indicate
Americans as RAFliers -. The to a later season the living of his that danger of a Japanese declara-1 recently in finding before him a
life to the best advantage. We live schoolteacher who had broken the
Willard tion of
alleged real reason why war against Britain, over the
Hershberger, the Cincy "Reds" nowtoday.Nor opening of the Burma road, is ebb speeding law that he ordered her
catcher, committed suicide. A 'certain is any thoughtful one ready to ing. What the Japanese are expected to sit down and write "I must not

Four days and 40% on personalized Christ- woman, who not only took his let life slip by without its finest and to do is to subject the Burma break the speed limit" one thou
mas cards.Nearby distributor,aulcker serv- heart it around but all richest return of usefulness and road with sand times. In Woburn, Mass., a
ice :faster turnover, more profits! Investigaie. and kicked its incoming supplies of
.Monitor Service Press,Salisbury,N.C. his savings Paul Harrison's hi- blessing, not only to himself, but to munitions for the Chinese army, to number of habitual drunks who

larious quote: "Errol Flynn says if others. ,International Temperance as intensive a bombing as is pos were haled before the judge were
BABY CHICKS all the French could fight like Lili Sunday affords us an opportunity to sible from air bases in south China not imprisoned. He ordered themto

Damita, they'd have won the war." show our young people that- those I and adjacent French IndoChina.As be placed in an aluminum lion's
XO Baby Chick.Fr..(for limited who indulge in intoxicants cannot far attack the cage and trundled through the
time only)with orders for any upon
100 assorted heavy chicks only live such a life. United States is concerned all the town behind a decrepit horse.
FREE (4.90 er100postpad.NoOripplesI They're Also Talking About: The ,
that life is
suggest a That cured them.
f No Calls 1 Cu r.Uv Dl. reports received in army and navy
fact that Mrs. Wfn. Rhinelander
Stndlf.O.for prompt thipnvnt I. Useful (Luke 1:13-16). circles-and In a prison unruly convicts recently -
_ Atlas Chick Co.,St.Lout,Ma. Stewart, wife of the president of John was to be born into a life of ing the situation they have been study were clothed in pink rayon
as carefully as they
Stage Magazine, is the ex-Mrs. of such blessed usefulness to God and
know how-are that Japan cannot panties and paraded before their
Allan Ryan, whose present squaw is man that he was to be a "joy and and will not risk war with the United fellow convicts, and after that
AnimalsNot fashion editor of it The Zorina-
Laurels for gladness" to his parents, "great in States.In they obeyed all prison laws. r
only do the animal stars in Balanchine sitcheeayshun: They are the sight of the Lord," and instru- the first her has
Hollywood receive much fan mail supposed to be liying out the leaseon mental in turning "many of the chil- fuel oil for only 2Vz months. Her

and many requests for their autographs their apt-her escort six nightsin dren of Israel to the Lord." army has gasoline for only three Now Speed at Low
(paw or nose prints), but a row being the son of a man. Such a,life is worthy of emulationon months. And perhaps even more
also awarded trophies or who used to be a newspaper execu- the of and
they are part every young man important, there is reported to be
Oscars, for outstanding perform tive himself! woman. What is the secret of it? considerable division of opinion in- Cost in Relieving

ances. Such silver cups are owned The forthcoming film by the pro- Undoubtedly, fine Christian parent side the Japanese government.One .

by Charmaine, the female donkey ducer of one-third of a na- age had much to do with it. We group, headed by Prince

that won her laurels in "The tion" which will be called: "Listen, note that God began preparing this Konoye, feels that Japan is merely

Fighting Sixty-ninth," and by Louella" The way DuBetty great 'character a generation beforehe being used by Hitler and the Axisto RHEUMATICPAIN

Skippy, the male dog that became DuBarry DuAllen and Ron Grahamof was born. Other elements also scare the United States away

famous in the part of Asta in the that hit are Du-ing the spots together entered in, such as rearing and frqm more aid to the British. In

"Thin Man" pictures.-Collier's. Lucius Beebe's fury with training, but most important of all fact, Konoye vigorously opposed

El Morocco. Over the way owner was the fact (v. 15) that he was not signing the alliance, but finally had

Perona sold opening night tables instead to be driven by the false stimulantsof to yield to more aggressive Foreign

INDIGESTIONmay of holding them for tardy-ar this world, but by the infilling of Minister Matsuoka and the war min

affect the Heart riving cufftomers from the press. the Holy Spirit of God. No "winenor ister. In addition, American observers -
Gas trapped in the stomach or gullet may act like a Lucius is supposed to have vowed strong drink," but being "filled detect an uneasy feeling among GENUINE
"., bair-tngger on the heart. At the first sign of distress never to go in there again, so helpim with the Holy Ghost"-there, young s> % BAYER
smart men and women depend on Bell-ana Tablet to: the Japanese people and increasing ,,4-> ASPIRIN
act free. No laxative bat made of the fastest- The fact that
gas hushed-up Ray people is the secret of happy and -
actinir medicines known for acid Indigestion.If the rumblings of unrest. z';: ; NOW DOWN TO
FIRST DOSE doesn't prove Bell-ana better return mond Paige and Mary York are useful life. .
bottle to na and receive DOUBLE Money Back.2Sc. -
"' married. II. Normal (Luke 2:40). GERMAN OCCUPATION ..
'' --" These' wdrds stress the fact that "Intelligence"'reports'from Europe Jc3iY
New'Line More Talk: The number of Japs Jesus developed normallyphysically indicate that it is not, the German' % 'j f

"What became'of- the ventriloquist attending N. Y. universities, who are mentally, and spiritually. Let us army but German civilians in : 4TA
you' used to have? asked registered with ranking military titles emphasize the need of letting children France who are causing trouble.

the visitor to the" circus. at Jap army headquarters. Your develop and grow normally, for These reports state that the Nazis

"He left us, replied the man Uncle Samson knows all about it, we live in a day of constant high already have begun to create their

ager. "He found he could make" don't worry, lady The concernof pressure, when even the life of a vaunted unification of ,Europe and,
more money selling parrots. Life and Time over the legend child is not permitted to grow in its their reduction of France to a mere

that: Henry Luce was. shelving Will- God-intended peace and accordingto agricultural state

kie. That's why Life had Wendellon the normal processes of nature. Following the conquering Nazi

THE AWFUL PRICE YOU PAY its cover and that's why Time Give your boys and girls time, and armies, there came German civil Use this famous quick way

will have The laugh of the encourage them to grow normally. ians in numbers almost as great. today without thought of

FOR week: About the boys who for six Obviously, the use of strong drink They settled down in evacuated price!

years have been buying drinks for can only hinder, make abnormal, or French homes and began to operate
{ NRVOUS( an actress at a Forty-fifth street destroy such normal. growth. Let's abandoned French shops and fac You may be utterly surprised at the I r

BEING bar and taking her out. Only the rule it out altogether and let our tories-and to take over others speed with ,which Bayer Aspirin

' other day she was discovered to bea people grow and wax strong in the which had not been'abandoned. All brings relief from neuralgia, head-
\ Read These Important Facts! he! Lord. this in the vital industrial area of aches and pains of rheumatism and

r cranky-can Quivering nerves make can your make life'a you nightmare old,haggard of III. Well-Balanced (4:4; 6:21, 25). north France. neuritis. Among the fastest, most

jealousy, self pity and "the blues." The betrothal ring on Mrs. Rob Making a life is more importantthan Reports about the conduct of Germans effective ways known Bayer Aspirin -
Often such nervousness is due to female The bread of make distinction not only brings relief from
functional disorders. So take famous ert Sloan's finger. Put there by Jim making a living. in France a sharp -
, E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound to Lydia help Fownes of the glove tribe. Her late this world is not enough; we must between the German mili- such pains very fast but this

\... calm"Irregularities.unstrung"nerves For over and lessen 60 years functional relief- groom was counsel for ,the Doherty have the satisfying portion of fellow- tary and civilian elements. Little quick way is very inexpensive. It
:. dYing Pmkham'Compound has helped tens interests The attraction at ship with God. This we find in His complaint was heard of the conduct' may save the dollars once spent on
, of thousands of grandmothers, mothers and Word. material social of the German military but when high priced remedies.
Radio Nothing
daughters "in time of need." Try lU Franks for J. Dempsey-Dot- or ,
tie Darling, who thrushes there mental will fully satisfy the soul of the Gestapo and the Brown Shirts Once you try it. actually feel

Col. Batista's loan of 50,000,000 man. His heart cries out for a mes- followed, together with civilian its quick relief, you'll know why

Living Well smackers from the U. S. And his sage from God.Intoxicants groups for the management of industry thousands make sure they get no

;, A wise man keeps on good terms soon due visit to Washington make men to laugh real friction developed. substitutes for Bayer Aspirin, by

;. with his wife, his conscience and The legend that a pal of Lord Bea- when they ought to weep,give- thema British victory over Germany always asking for it 8
his stomach. I verbrook's has been flying back and false satisfaction which is followedby would require not only success in by its full name when A

i forth to Italy and Germany doing an inexpressible hunger. Theyare staving off invasion but also drivingthe they buy. never by BAYER

! ;, biz directly with Hitler and Duce. unbalanced individuals. Germans out of the Low Countries the name of "aspirin" R

4"J".< Supposed to be pro-British, and Why not be among those who, and France-and this means alone.
't maybe he is, but chums allege that knowing God and His Word, are in- not only the German soldiers, but ,

.t' Ben Smith, the Wall Streeter, is betting telligant enough to laugh at the'right the hordes of civilians who have Demand :'.1 rJ11li.r-jJ II.II.J

, Leaf 40'JUST 'Cep-.6rush oo"Appisator-! his coin on the Axis to win time,' weep at the right time, and taken over management of French
..,' maltM"BUCK LEAF 40JCO I The newspapers which will soon who know how to choose that which industry as if it were their own. Prudence
A False
CASH IN FEATHERSTT MUCH FMTUCft A start Latin-American columns to truly satisfies for time and eternity. There is wisdom;
a courageous
build better-will. IV. Fundamentally Right (6:43- ABSENTEE'SENATE
false reptile -
is also
there a prudence
Record told
45). If the Congressional
the result, not of caution,
:,; -, This Is New York There is a false optimism which the whole story, it would reveal that ,fear.Burke.for I
WNU-7 43-40 would have us think we can sow to congress, during the past month, has
, The droopy stares of the gals who the wind and avoid reaping the been fed up with its own sessions.
Qualified make pancakes in store windows. Interest has been low attendance
whirlwind. Men are encouraged to stuffy head
"I've half a mind to get mar Oblivious to the oglers The think they can waste their time and slack, and members who haven't colds' misery

ried." ,honky-tonk atmosphere of Broad their substance, taking into their gone home show lack of interest. IT PERETROOPS"All
"A half mind is all you need." way. Hot dogs, orange juice, pen bodies the destructive elements of When the senate convenes, the

ny arcades being enjoyed by out-of- intoxicating liquors, and somehow clerk has to run through the roll

-, towners. They can get the same come out all right. Young peopleare call several times before he'can geta
: thing at any small town fair This does not in
W : tGJfYo itr lured by clever advertising to quorum. appear
J The congested night spots glutted think it is socially correct and smartto the Congressional Record, where the
(K nl!' ",5i,{' with fugitives from the headlines.But indulge, and that there will be no roll calls are consolidated into one. t

''' -', 'il ,. ,.c. war would be a relief after the evil effects. Such an obvious falsehood Sometimes, in desperation, the the Traffic
, Help Them Cleanse the Blood atrocity that is night-club conver-
should not fool any keen young clerk counts as present some mem-
of Harmful Body Waste sation. bers who have called up by telephone -
man or woman.
Your Iddneys are constantly filtering The toes of clouds catching the Would Bear"
The roots of an evil life bring forth from their offices, announces
waste matter from the blood stream.But tips of skyscrapers as they roll along
kidneys sometimes lag in their work-do corruption, for the heart of a man that 49 members have answered I
S5 chased by the wind The shoeshine
not act as Nature intended-fail to remove to their names. But Senator -
Impurities that, If retained, who follows after'sin cannot bring
may boy at City Hall with a sensa-
poison the system and upset the whole forth that which is good. The kind Vandenberg objects. "We don'tlegislate
body machinery.Symptoms yuma: Offers a free shine, but demands telephone he 9 There was a time in America
by ,
may be naming backache, five of a person you are in your heart,
persistent headache,attacks of dizziness, a cent taxShabby the things you do when no one sees, "Where do you get 49? I only see when there were no set prices.
setting up nights, swelling, puffiness looking Wall Street. Many of the 25." So roll is called again.
under the eyes-a feeling! of nervous buildings are dated the streets the seeds you sow in indulgent and Each merchant charged what
narrow .
, anxiety and loss of pep and strength. profligate living these determine *
Other signs of kidney or bladder disorder and old-fashioned. Yet Wall he thought "the traffic would
are sometimes burning scanty or Street is the dollar sign of this character and destiny for time and CAPITAL CHAFF
too frequent urination. country eternity. TVA is proud of the fact that the bear." Advertising came to
There should be no treatment is wiser than neglect. UeoDean's The Plaza, sleepy with silence at Just so, fine, noble and upright state of Tennessee led the nation in the rescue of the consumer.It .
Pillt.Doan'have been! winningnew thoughts and actions will bring forth sales of electric ranges during the
friends for more than forty years. midnight. With only an occasional
They; have a nation-wide reputation.Are neigh of a cabbie's horse to shat- gloriously fine and useful lives-a first' six months of this year.Supersleuth led the way to the established -
recommended by grateful people the God and J. Edgar Hoover, who when
to well-bal
delight man
ter the of prices you pay
country over. Ask; your neighbor murmur nothing .
anced normally developed nol has solved many a thorny crime
South street with I
every doorway and anything today.
alleyway draped with snoring dere- only without a regret at the end oi problem, is a collector of cactus you
li;ts. life's road, but finding there God's plants. Several of them decoratehis
I approval. office plso his home


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fl F < r ,ASK ME- )i A Offering Quiz'Wifh Information, Rnswers I

mflesHer A NOT'HE T> f on Various SubjectsThe

Questions The Answers

"You know, my dear," he ob- 1. How many men now make up 1. Ninety-five. The ninety-sixth

served, looking up from his book, the United States senate? member is a woman, Mrs. Hattie
"when one reads of the stupendous 2. What European country hasa Caraway of Arkansas.

happenings in Nature one realizes region called Georgia? 2. Russia.

how lowly and insignificant is 3. Are white elephants' still considered 3. Yes. They automatically be-

man." sacred in India? come royal property as soon as
"A woman doesn't have to read 4. Do monkeys hunt insects as born.

gooks to learn that!" replied his they sit and pick at their bodies? 4. No. They are in search of

Nife. 5. How many members has the small masses of a salty substance

British house of commons? which exudes from the pores of
Two Scotchmen were walking
6. In a bear market what are the skin.
down the street when one stoopedand
picked a five-dollar bill. stocks generally doing? 5. Six hundred and. fifteen.
up 7. What is mournful 6. Going down.
an elegy, a
The other borrowed it to have his
eyes tested. poem or a folk story in lyric verse? 7. A mournful poem.. "



( Recipes Below)
V Glamour to WindowsBy I

(e'1 ( 3 ,, !
flousehdews RUTH WYETH SPEARS S :
,,, ?j r i
1 frilled curtains
AIA THE newest give -.,
C s 'C a lavish effect. If they ,
make your old curtains look a bit -
dejected, like those shown hereat p--

the right, don't be discouraged.The .
window at the left uses those "'" :
A same curtains with a dash of

glamour added. due to Constipation'j :;

She discovered that a diagonaldart .,.'
which took up the curtainsat Dr. Hitchcock's All-Vegetable .
Laxative Powder an intestinal '

"Doctor, I feel as fit as a'fiddle." Halloween provides a good excuse to heat, and cook for 5 minutes, BEFORE 4 tonic-laxative-actually tones lazy "
muscles. It relieve
helps ;
"H'm"! You look more like a sax- for an unusual party. The theme stirring constantly. Chill, fold in the that sluggish feeling. 15 doses for : '

ophone. you may select should be the basis nutmeats and whipped cream, and y CHINTZ only 10 cents. Large family size 25 -,:
around which the party is built. pour' into the freezing container of cents. At all druggists. ;

Prima Donna "Black Magic Party," "The Haunted an ice cream freezer, filling it not

"It was the sweetest hat," House," Buried Treasure Hunt," more than % full. Assemble and, I .J1

gushed Mrs. Penn, "and when the "The Witches' Rendezvous," "The cover the freezer. Surround witha r 1 I ,
milliner told me I could have it fora Ghosts Gambol" are all suggestivenames mixture of 3 parts of crushed ice ,

mere song I ordered it at once." for the party you may be to 1 part rock salt. Next turn the TAKE UPBACIt /....

Mr. Penn said nothing until he planning for All Hallows' eve., crank slowly and steadily until turn Good Breeding .I:

saw the bill. Then he spoke. A Halloween party without deco- ing becomes difficult. When the mix '
WITH DART Good breeding, as it is called _
"A case of mistaken identity," rations just isn't a party. They ture is frozen, carefully remove' the UfiDER .
is different in almost every
he said, quietly. "The woman evidently may be so simple that it takes very dasher and pack down the cream TIE-BACK
country, and merely-local; and every :h
thought.. you were a famous little time to put them up; pump- with a spoon. Replace the cover, I man of imitates and ;
singer." kins, cornstalks, and lighted j jack- draw off the water, and replenish the I conforms to that local good breed- )
o'-lanterns. Or you may decorate ice and salt. Let stand for an hour. the back, threw more fullness ,
he Chester
ing of the place is at.-
with witches, owls, black and or- Orange Date Cake. to the front, thus'giving the new field. ';
HANDY 1Iome ZLtea JARS ange crepe paper streamers, black % cup shortening high drape a smart line. Tie- 'i

< and gray crepe paper moss dripping 1 cup brown sugar backs and valance were made of \

M fo from the ceilings, or ghosts standingin 1 egg (well beaten) flowered chintz in rose and plum .>
'ORL 's '

WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY spooky corners with eerie lights 1 cup sour milk tones, lined with plain plum colored lARGEST SUOSEPH f

thrown upon them. 2 cups cake flour ," chintz. One yard of each SELLER :ASPIRIN', 'i .,.-,-
Discontent The invitations should, of course, 1 teaspoon soda kind of chintz was required for ATIOc: ,;

be indicative of the type of, party 1 teaspoon baking powder each window.
Discontent is the first step in the
you are giving. V4 teaspoon salt S s J
progress of a man or a nation.- 1 dates Deep Digging , "On Halloween the cup
ghosts will NOTE: The chintz covered lamp shade :
Wilde. dance,. 1 whole orange and the spool table also add Interest to Knowledge will not be acquired :>
The gnomes and goblins will sing Cream shortening, add brown sug- this window. Full directions for makinga without pains and application. It :',:y i,
shade like the one illustrated are in '
and prance; ar slowly, and beat well., ,Add beaten SEWING, Book 1. Directions for the spool is troublesome and' deep digging
.DON'T ,BE BOSSED So don your masks and costumesgay egg and sour milk. table are in Book 5; also descriptions of for pure waters; ''but "when'once \

\ Mix and sift flour, soda, baking the first 32 homemaking four booklets projects in this series.in each Thereare number you come to ,the spring, they rise '::J i

\ BY YOUR LAXATIVE-RELIEVE To the Haunted House be on your powder, and salt. Grind dates and ; for which there is a service chargeof up and meet you.-Felton. .;i
CONSTIPATION THIS MODERN WAY way. orange together through food chop- lOc each to cover cost and mailing. .';ji

.When you feel gassy, headachy, logy The,door will be open till the clock ,per and add 'alternately with the Send order to: USE THE OUTSTANDING BLADE VALUE

due to clogged-up bowels, do as millions tolls eight, sifted dry ingredients. Bake in a.. FINESIeel.Edr.Biad..or10c ",
do-take Feen-A-Mint at bedtime. Next So take my advice, and don't be loaf pan in a moderate oven (350 MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS KENT 7 !
morning-thorough, comfortable relief, late." Drawer 10 CUPPLES COMPANY ST. LOUIS MISSOURI .
degrees) for 50 minutes.
helping you start the day full of your Bedford Hills New York
normal energy and pep, feeling like a In keeping with Halloween we Goblin's Dessert. Enclose 10 cents for each book I
million! Feen-A-Mint doesn't disturb must not forget the traditional (Serves 4 to 5) ordered. Universal Language ;I
your night's rest or interfere with work the
next day. Try Feen-A-Mint, the chewinggum games and pranks. The chamberof 2 eggs (separated) Name ............................... Kindness is ''a language that the ._,;

laxative,yourself.It tastes good,it's horrors, with r 7 tablespoons sugar Address ........eo.............eo.... dumb can speak, and the deaf :;I
handy and economical...a family supplyFEENAMINT clanking chains, 1 tablespoon butter (melted) hear and understand.-Bovee. ,)j
costs only
damp hands VB teaspoon salt

101 clutching the o % cup orange juice 1
guests, and dark 1% cups stale bread (cut In pieces) t S

tunnels should Beat egg yolks until very light, i:
Common SenseA put the guests'in- ,I
and gradually beat in the sugar.
handful of common sense is to the spirit of the Add butter, salt : I::1,

worth a bushel of learning. party. Bobbingfor and orange juice. .1''
apples, fortune telling and o
guess- Pour over the
ing games are all old favorites. cubed bread. Beat i'i I Ij

These suggestions may bring to your egg whites until In j

; *t COLDScrucck4 mind Halloween others games.that may be old-time ,stiff the ,first and mixture.fold into i IJ

? uSe Orange Sauce. Pour into but- !1
1 tablespoon cornstarch mixed with tered baking dish i
TABLETS 1 tablespoon cold water and bake in a moderately slow oven
6 6> (5 NOSE SALVE DROPS 5 tablespoons sugar (325 degrees) for about 30 minutes. IN SLOWER BURNING -f

COUCH DROPS 5 tablespoons hot water
Ginger Snap Pie Crust. CAMELS MAKE A
5 tablespoons orange juice (Makes 2 crusts)

First Step % teaspoon lemon juice Make 3 cups ginger snap crumbs GRAND DIFFERENCE

One must catch the bear beforehe teaspoon butter by rolling ginger snaps on bread '::
puts the ring in his nose. Make a paste of the cornstarchand board or crumbling through food TO ME. MY THROAT'
cold water. Add and hot
sugar chopper. Combine with % cup melt-
water and cook for 15 minutes, stir- ed butter and blend lightly. Then LIKES THE EXTRAMILDNESSANDMY

ring frequently. Add fruit juices press mixture into pie plate, shap- '''' ::

AT and butter. ing firmly all around, and place in :
GOODouo 11. Halloween Ice Cream Clowns. refrigerator to chill until firm. POCKET600K LIKES
sroelsLAAGF Place ball of ice
a cream on a
butter cookie and raisins Pumpkin Chiffon Pie. THE EXTRA ,
swmt use
,cwtY tiny (Makes 2 pies) ::
gumdrops or can-
Y..r.St30../ died cherries to 3 tablespoons gelatin SMOKING
b4F4;3yj r % cup cold water
S make the eyes, 6 eggs EXTRA !r
6oBEACONS nose, and mouthin I Ij.
the ice cream. 2 cups sugar nDNESS
Place an ice 2'/& cups strained pumpkin EXTR
1 cup milk c"OLNESsTaoieccn

cream cone
.o up-
1 teaspoon salt EXTRqA
side down on the >
1 teaspoon"ginger OR I
ice cream for a
1 teaspoon cinnamon oty
cap, and place a "'
ruff of whipped cream on the cookie Vz teaspoon nutmeg Sl0 er e Inver ge of
of around the clown's neck. % teaspoon cloves { avetaasnY of them broads tcted.the < '

Pumpkin Ice Cream. 1 cup whipping cream smokng plub a2
: r'
-SAFETY Makes Soak gelatin in cold water 5 min- toS oa '
\ ( 1 quart) t..erv rGSi. R
utes. Separate and beat S
% eggs egg '
cup sugar "
Like a beacon light on Vz teaspoon cinnamon yolks. Then combine 1 cup of the x tFRRq 90 KFS I

the height-the advertise Vz teaspoon ginger sugar, the strained pumpkin, milk, PACK,
Pinch of salt salt, and spices with the egg yolks
ments in newspapers direct 1 cup coffee cream and cook slowly, stirring constantly t

you to newer, better and 2 egg yolks (beaten) until thickened. Remove from

easier ways of providingthe % cup pumpkin (canned) fire, add gelatin, and stir until dis

things needed or % teaspoon orange rind (grated) solved. Cool. When mixture be- GET THE"EXTRAS"WITH SLOWER-BURNING J
gins to thicken, stir in the remain-
desired. It shines, /his Vz cup pecan meats
ing cup of sugar and fold in the
beacon of newspaperadvertisingand Vz cup whipping cream ? f11t>a1 xr1 i i
beaten whites. Pour
egg filling in
Combine the sugar, cinnamon, ginger
it will be -
and salt. Mix well. Add the the chilled ginger snap pastry shells CAM ELS
to your advantage to follow cream slowly and scald over boiling and chill in refrigerator until set.

it whenever you water. Mix beaten egg yolks and Before serving decorate pies with
make a purchase. whipped cream faces, using chilled
pumpkin, and add to the cream mix-

ture with the orange rind. Return pastry( tube.Released by.Western Newspaper Union.) THE CIGARETTE OF COSTLIER TOBACCOSI



AS OTHERS VIEW IT: i I MISERY LOVES COMPANYFrom just ordinary human beings like
The Clewiston News you and me-they had their strong

Says the Palm Beach Post:"' ( Fort Myers News-Press points and their weaknesses,

is plenty of room, for citizens of them businessmen couldn't be anywhero near as bad
Published every Friday In Clewlston, "There A number of Fort Myers most the
painted or on
they were
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, individual cane growers in the
Inc. Everglades and possibly other partsof i with valued customers in that vicinity, went over to other hand as good as their sup-

Florida, but first they must be Clewiston yesterday to enjoy the house warming which dedi- porters would have you believe.

KEATILLEY BOWDEX. Editor provided with the facilities thatno cated the new United States Sugar Company office building Politics Is politics and you haveto
single farmer can obtain for take it with a good many large
It is built of
there. They saw a novel and attractive structure. heat of
mall matter himself. grains of sa.lt. During
Entered February as 1, 1927 second, at class the Post Office lr "So it can only be concluded that old brick to give it a look of age and in it are all the modern I such campaigns Banana Oil, Boloneyand

:March Clewlston 3,, 1897.Snberlption Florida. under the Act of Senator Pepper is mistaken in his comforts, conveniences and efficiency gadgets that a hustling Blah are the order of the day.

belief that the Florida sugar In- business requires. A fitting companion piece to the beautifulnew It doesn't do to believe all you hear
dustry can be promoted by cripp- and you cant even depend upon
Rote $2.00 Per Year. ling the State's biggest producer. Clewiston Inn, the headquarters building is in the next what you see.

Advertising Rates On Application. Neither the individual farmers nor block on the town's spacious main street-the cross-state high- This past week I attended one

: the general public wants that to way. Looking out over an area sparkling with the bright new of the political rallies staged by
advancement and welfare happen, however much they they the state committee to further the
Devoted homes of prospering employes they face, some
of Clewiston and Hendry County. may desire to see an expansion of many third term effort of President
the industry. away, the great sugar mill with its towering smokestack Roosevelt. On the self same plat-

Electors "For whatever reason, Senator I dominating the skyline for miles around.On form were-believe it or notFredP.
Presidential Pepper has gone off on the wrong Cone and Claude Pepper,
..-- Washington what was only recently a forlorn sawgrass marsh,
track this time. Spessard Holland, Francis White-
Democrats: observers see no prospect of Congress that smokestack built the Inn, the new office building and hair and Fuller Warren, air bowing

Paul Appleyard adopting the 50 per cent limit- all those pretty homes that make Clewiston a delight to thevisitor's shak-ing
Frank B. Dowling ation for which he is now fighting, hands.
Heretofore famed for fictional adventure, snakes,
N. Keith hold out hope ,of eye
Wallace \ although they do They had settled all their little
John Knight i i -.:?-'- better treatment for Florida when Seminoles, landscape photography, lush bean crops on floating differences during the primaries and

Malcolm McClellan the sugar act is revised. islands, brilliant birds and strange beasts, the new Everglades now they were gathered togetherin
Lewis W. Petteway'. "Should* that be the case Senator shared : the of Democracy, stand-
swells with pride in that smokestack ; a pride throughout name
Ray ScldenRepublicans Pepper can perform a far better shoulder to shoulder as an example -
-1 "' I greater service to his State by South Florida and by all of the state that is consciousof of the unity of the party and

: .. ,.. employing his prestige and abilityto its significance as a landmark in the development- of this 'an inspiration to the electorate. .

Bernard W. Carey : .;' obtain a better deal for Florida's mighty nation's vast resources. In Florida is a landmark of In dutiful concert they all climbed -
H. S. Courtney ; ; industry as a whole than by
:, sugar its with the mills which are on the frame of brother Willkie
Calvin H. Draper *>. taking actions that would resultin progress taking place paper him limb
and proceeded to tear
Roger V. Flory throttling 'an important part utilizing second growth pine forests, the packing' plants Und from limb, at the same time extolling -

Howard GibbonsA. of it." markets which are _accompanying revival of the once rich the virtues of FDR until

:M. Hill I cattle industry, and the skyscrapers which stand sentinel overMiami's they had him lookin' like a cross
Ella R. MillerH. Letter to the Miami Herald: between Hercules and Tarzan of
renowned magic.
the; Apes as a superman.
J. B. SCHARNBERGIn "We have to advise you that we In Florida there is also another landmark, much commented Oratorically, Claude Pepper was

', the death of Herman J. B. have appreciate called the the way attention in which of your you upon by visitors and home folks who come upon it in their in finer fettle than I had ever seen

Scharnberg the United States Sugar readers to the attitude manifestedby travels. A short distance out of Ocala it is on a highway him before. He did as magnlficient

Corporation has lost a valued executive Senator Pepper toward one ofFlorida's heavily frequented by tourists and by motorists with businessin a been job done of flag in these waving parts as and has flung ever fir,
Clewiston has lost a gener- major agricultural possibilities -
ous and loyal citizen and the en- in your article, "Too I the state. It, too, looms into the sky, as suddenly and as halos at the head of the Chief

gineering profession a member of Much Pepper," in your issue of strikingly as the smokestack at Clewis ton. But it is of a Executive until it got almost mo-

remarkable talents. Wednesday, the 9th, in your edit- different breed. It is the massive concrete abutment for a notonous.
Francis Whitehair, runner-up in
"Papa Scharnberg", as we have orial columns. dreamed-of ship canal nation-
affectionately called him during his "The writer is familiar with high bridge that was to span a the gubernatorial campaign, gave a

nine years residence here, contributed sugar production both in this area ally notorious as a $200,000,000 boondoggle. Into it was poured beautiful exhibition of sportsmanship -

a very large share in making as well as Cuba, where the thousands of 'dollars worth of building material and the work and won the hearts of his
local sugar production a financial "Colonb" or independent system of of men. And with water to run under it neither in audience when
many them on their selection of a Governor -
worked been com-
those has very
Only planting
success. cane '
with him during those difficult mon, and Is personally aquaintedwith sight nor in prospect, there it stands as a 'monument to and! expressed the belief that

years when the production of Ever- independent growers in the futility, a, landmark to dismay taxpayers who gaze upon it they had picked the better man..

glades sugar was being transformedfrom Glades section, and feels assured and shock thoughtful citizens out of faith in the government Governor Fred, cnargln like a
'a haphazard, profitless venture that there is no reason whatever I Brahma bull, made a speech that
into a stable efficient, permanent to believe that any danger, of a which rules their destinies. would have taxed the ability of a

industry realize how much his monopoly exists on the part of, the There is now pending in the senate at Washington a fellow half his age and he never

knowledge, experience and skill con- United States Sugar Corporation. bill which would reduce the Clewiston sugar mill's smokestackto seemed more alert- or alive In his

tributed to the progress of the In fact, I am assured that the corporation desuetude that distinguishesthe life. Folks are just beginnin' to
industry.Mr. would welcome independent the same state.of depressing realize the sterling qualities of the

Scharnberg's life was one of growers. pillar to pork barrel politics that has been erected on the old gentleman as was attested by

loyalty; to the men who worked "Any action by Senator Pepper road to Ocala. Floridians who have been unable to see any 1 the ringing''' applause that greetedhim
faith in the that ,would retard the developmentof It is on his appearance at the stand
with him and of will find a clue in the connection.
in that perhaps
sense talk. He is the
Florida is greatly to be and throughout his
future of.the. industry which they South
served. He was a generous citizen deplored"-John L. Griffith.An that misery loves company. Governmental enterprise having last of the old schooland the
of visual evidence of its failure, itwould day will come when Florida will
who gave freely to the support left behind such: prominent
every civic undertaking and every Everglades Business, Man Says: doubt take some of the curse 'off to be able to look back on Fred Cone and, over-
no will duly
his eccentricities,
worthy cause. His kindness to his pOil1t\\looking
employees was traditional and his "Here in the heart of Florida's to an idle and crumbling smokestack in a desolate appreciate the service he has rend-

philanthropies were many. sugar producing area, we haw propaganda for the doctrine that private enterprise can also I ered.
to observe the Governor-elect Spessard Holland
we" ample opportunity
He a citizen whom can
various elements whichare lay an egg. I made just the kind of a speech one
ill afford to lose. :fight supposed by to be working togetherto 1 If that isn't the purpose of Senator Pepper's bill to clip would expect' from him: smooth,

"ITS OWN STABILITY"U. secure for the state of Florida i the wings of the sugar company, it is bound to be of even dignified and carefully considered,
acreage than is back by those in support of the administrationand
a larger sugar less merit-and a version of that was brought
S. Attorney General Robert H. allowed to us under the sugar act But what- yet not over-doing it.
Jackson began a radio address in of 1937, which has now been ex-I who attended the Clewiston celebration yesterday. Fuller Warren, running true to

behalf of the Democratic party tended. By far the largest contributor ever it is we hope he will accept counsel to forget it. One I. form, provided the fireworks, bally-

Wednesday evening by saying "The to the battle has been the United monument like the Ocanala bust is enough for his friends to hoo and clowning, Galloping all
which this coun- : We won- over Mr. Willkie with hob-nailed
greatest problem States Sugar Corporation than the state is
will be
try has to solve during the next der if Senator Pepper, our Senator apologize for and another more boots he called him everything

few years is to provide for its own Pepper of Florida, remembers the likely to stand.A I from Adam's off-ox to a 3-legged
stability". 'offer of the U. S. S. C. to aid the sewer rat. As a matter of fact, .he

The statement is ironic when independent farmers of the Ever- had me sittin' on the edge of my

viewed in the light of the Ever- glades in the establishment of an DANGEROUS AMENDMENT will, and without the knowledgeand seat scared to death for fear that
glades section where odds imposedby independent cane growers associa- consent of the voters. In his enthusiasm he would forget

a Democratic administration have tion and sugar mill in the Ever- Among the proposed constitut- This power, placed in the handsof himself and say "Whitehair" in- i

been blocking an effort to contributein glades, and how this plan was ional amendments upon which the the legislators, will surely make stead of "Willkie", for during the
substantial to the solvingof county commissioners subject to the primaries he took care of Francisin
a way abandoned only because Florida was voters of Florida will pass judgment -
this problem.The whims of those legislators. If the similar terms and tones and it
important not allowed to produce a larger Nov. 5th is one which is
sugar industry in the Ever- percentage -of the sugar of the designed to lengthen the term of county board or any one of its would have been easy for him to

glades has a very sizeable con- nation.-Boe's Automotive Service." office of county commissioners from members choose not to "play ball" II slip a cog and slide back into the
tribution to make the nation in with their legislator, or if a county primaries from force of habit.
"providing for its own stability". The Everglades News, Canal two to four years. commissioner fails to vote to suit( And just when so much effortis
this '
The United States Sugar Corporation Point weekly, reprinting the Clewis Many people will look upon some large community to which the being made to impress the poor
has opened a new field of endeavor ton News' editorial denouncing suggested change as sensible. legislator may be indebted, he will dumb voter as to the love and

by making its has far-reaching and menacing'pos- "local" bill to changeor leaders it is unfortunate that
duction in the Everglades. In tempt to strangle the Evergladei special or party
harvest season it employs 5,000 sugar industry by cutting the U. sibilities. abolish some of the commis- Mr. Green and Mr. Cannon should

men, and any concern maintainingsuch S. Sugar Corporation's plantings, I Hidden in the wording of this sioners' districts of that county. have been kicked around by Navy
a payroll is doing much to gave the following expressive front I amendment is a provision for This Is a vicious and dangerous officials at the dedication of the

- relieve unemployment and to take page heading to the reprint: placing future changes in county amendment. The people of Florida Naval Air Station in Jacksonville.
- families off the relief rolls. ."PAPER SAYS PEPPERIS commissioner' districts in the handsof should know of this feature of it Of course the boys should realize

The splendid new office building, BOOT-LICKER, ETC. the legislature. It also gives the before voting, for they will most that after all a United States Sena-

opened formally Tuesday morning, ETC. ETC. ETC. ETC legislature power to reduce or in- assuredly not want to vote their tor is a United States Senator anda
is emblematic of the industry. It crease the number of county commissioners' rights away. County commissionersnow Congressman is only a congressman -
is strong and sturdy to withstand Feels Unjustly Accused districts In any countyat are close to and responsibleto but anyhow they got their

the viscissitudes of fortune; it is will. the average citizen and voter feelings hurt because they were

modern in design and constructionto Gilbert Leach, editor of the Lees- Thus, a special law might be land should be kept that way instead not properly recognized for their

make for efficiency and to pro- burg Commercial, feels that he is passed for this, or any other county, Df being responsible to the political part in giving Jacksonville this

vide every convenience and mechanism being treated unjustly when he is reducing the number of county commissioners bosses and powerful interests. juicy federal'plum..
for the comfort of the !\called a Republican, just because, from five (.as now pro- (From Titusvllle Star-Advocate) Such a tempest in a teapot. Asa t

employees.The I'1\when his leader took the party vided by the constitution) to two matter of fact the only guy who
sugar industry in the Ever- really had very much to do with
standard and headed down a side- or more. It also gives legis-

glades is on a sturdy, sound basis; I street he refused to follow. Says lature power to fix 'the boundariesof I:N:N:N:NNN, : :N:N:N:N:M N.N:N:N:N:N:N:N NN:N H N:. bringing about the national the defense -
and establishing
I i
with its modern types of cane, Mr. Leach: these districts. program
modern methods of and. Jacksonville air base was onoA.dolph
processing it can provide a comfortable I'I' "Some people are just dumb andcan't Hence, this amendment, if adop- Too Late To ClassifyBy Hitler, and he wasn't even
help it. Here we've been ted, will remove from the comtltu-I
living for thousands of invited
!editing a Democratic newspaper in tion the provision for five : RUSSELL KAY
additional laborers if given the op the same spot for a quarter of a commissioners' districts, and place :
portunity. !century and when we raise a howl] in the hands of the legislaturethe ':1.:N:.:..: :..: :N NON NON N: :N:N M:NNi:Ni i:.:N Great news to the lake region
Florida asks only that she be is the announcement of the opening
about the termites that have eaten
power to reduce or Increase the
permitted, through her sugar industry back when of sugar harvest -on November
:the 'guts' out of our party and number of county commissioners, You know awhile
to contribute her full shareto make no bones about our feelingsin and the power to define the dis he: politically ambitious were galloping f. -
solving "the greatest problemthe the matter, we find that the tricts. around the state behind a
nation has to face." callin' Tuesday, planned as a day of
word is being of sound wagons,
spread around that At present the boundaries of a battery
celebration turned into a day
we 'always have been a Republican district can't be changed except bya each other names and pointing with ;
We congratulate the U. S. Sugar the other, sorrow for the people of Clewlston.
but kept it hidden for.businessreasons' petition and vote of a majorityof alarm to this, that
Corporation on its new office build- And this time out to warn you not German Scharnberg will be long
about the man the residents in each district I[ took
ing and its office employees on seriously andjointed emembered by his hundreds of
whom William Jennings Bryan always affected. The amendment puts In to take it all too
having such a splendid place in : spoke of as his youngest the hands of the legislators the out that all of the candidates friends here and elsewhere in the

which to work, -'.. /campaigner, In 189S!" power to change the districts at in Jhe end of the day were ake section.


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L Ht I Mr. and Mrs. J, 'D.. Stacy of P.-T.A. PLANS HALOWE'EN' MRS. HERMAN DAVIS HONOREEAT set "as prize in the game of dropping

I Lake Harbor are parents of a baby CARNIVAL WITH DANCE STORK SHOWER FRIDAY
clothespins in
a bottle. The
i I boy, who was born in the ClewlsI party
r Personals ton Emergency Hospital Thursday Mrs. Herman was carried out with Hallowe'en
J I Plans for the annual Hallowe'en Davis was given a
morning. The baby weighed eight carnival the stork shower Friday afternoon at decorations, and ice cream and cake
I sponsored by Parent-
I and three-fourths pounds. Teacher Association are being the home of Mrs. E. E. Kelly, with were served.

I completed by committees in chargeof Mrs. C. Nelson, Mrs. A. R. Broad- Invited were Marjorie Brown,
; Mrs. Vivian Smith spent Sunday foot, Mrs. B, E. Herring and Mrs.
Mrs. Otto Larsen and her twin arrangements, and if fair weather Heather Guthrie, Sharon Crochet
j with relatives In South Bay. sons were moved from -the Lee continues the carnival itself will W. J. Robison joining Mrs. Kelly' Nancy Hartsfield,
Memorial Hospital to the home of as hostesses.A .
be held on the school lawn, whichis
I R. N. Smith made a business trip Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kurtz in Fort lighted for night games. pink and white color schemewas Ronald Hare, Gene Beery, Bernard

recently to" Tampa and Fort Myers.Mr. Myers, where they are rem'ainingfor The carnival will open at 7:30, carried out, and Interestingand Herring, John Niblack, Gale Curry,

a few days before returning to and there will be booths for hot appropriate contests were Bettye Carol Flaniken, Anita

and Mrs. Stanley Waymanof Clewiston.Mrs. dogs and hamburgers, coffee, cake, conducted Mrs. A. W. Dodge Cuttino, Evelyn Dodge, Sara Lee

Citrus Center were business. "visitors pie and doughnuts. A bingo game winning a baby picture as prizein Dodge, Caroline Thomas, Shari

here Thursday. Dean King had as her guests will be in process and a fishpondfor the contests. Land, John Perry, Betty Prewitt,

this week, her parents, Mrs. and the little folks has been ar The gifts were presented to Mrs. Paul Bowden and Jimmy Knight.

Mrs. Mary Hayes Davis of La- Mrs. C. H. Adams, and her brother- ranged. There will be gypsies to Davis in a pink and blue basket.
Belle was a business visitor in in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. tell fortunes and colorful
a pradeof Tea and cakes were served by the
Clewiston Saturday. Delmar Harris, all of Dale, Indiana, READ THE ADS
all children in .
young costumes.The hostesses to Mrs. M. C. Doke, Mrs.A. .
. and her sister, Mrs. E. S. McEwenof i
I committee has arranged H. King, Mrs. E. J. Vent, Mrs: M
Mr. and Mrs. Andy Garrison were Plant City.
prizes for the best costumes in Arch 'Hodges, Mrs. A. W. Dodge, Glauses'
\ visitors in West ,Palm Beach the Scientifically Broken Lenses
Mrs. W. R. Broaderick Mrs. W. J.
the various groups.A Fitted<< and Repaired
first of the week. Mr: and Mrs. Keith Harts leld Duplicated
Robison, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, Mrs.J. DR. F D.
and children of Fort Myers movedto dance for adults will be givenin GUDBAUR I
L. Whitaker, Mrs. Clyde ,Baker,
Rev. S. I. Hendrix of Moore Clewiston Monday. They are the school auditorium, beginingat OptometristPhone I
Mrs. Floyd Andrews, Mrs. Stanley 108 5 Collier
o'clock. The dance Arcade
Haven was a visitor in Clewiston occupying the house on. Arcade com-
Fort Myers; Florida
McCorkle, Mrs. M. A. Thomas, :Mrs.:
mittee is to obtain the
Monday.Mrs. Avenue in the government reserva- trying orch- Successor to K. H. Oakley
W. M. Elkins, Mrs. C. R. Kruger,
estra which played for the Junior-
tion recently vacated by Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Cothern, Mrs. 'R. J.
Margaret Bailey of Miami Mrs. W. M. Bradnack. Senior dance last year. Tickets are
Blount, Mrs. V. C. Woodward, Mrs.H. .
was the recent guest of Mrs. Ruth being sold at $1.00 per couple. I J. EV1. COUSECounselor
C. Meador, Mrs: Ralph Williams, I
.B, Owens. I Mrs. H. A. Land, Gene Land, All who will donate prizes for
Mrs. Paul Hite, Mrs. C. 'W. SImmons and Attorney at Law
& H. C. Avant, Mrs. George Terrell the bingo games are requested to 1
J" Mrs. H. L. Davis, and Mrs Hopkins Building
Mr. and Mrs. C.' M. Allen visitedMr. and Don Terrell spent the week- leave them at Mrs. Floyd Hanna's I!I !
H. E. Walker. Wednesdays and Saturdays
and Mrs. D. M. Clark in Pa- end in Miami. Mrs. Land, her apartment by Monday if possible. 0:30 to 4:00 :

\; ,hokee Thursday. son and father, visited friends, .- !
while Mrs. Terrell ,and Don spent LOCAL BAPTISTS ATTEND

I Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Thompsonand the time with Mr. Terrell, who :is LAKE WORTH MEETINGTen THIRD BIRTHDAY MONDAY e )

two children spent Sunday in employed in Miami.
Fort Myers with friends. Howard Smith, son of Mr. and

Mr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson members of the' Baptist Mrs. R. N. Smith, celebrated his

Mrs. Miles Thomas, Mrs. B. H. have had as their guests for several Womans Missionary Union attendedan third birthday Monday with a partyto b

Cuttino and Mrs. R. N. Smith are days their nephew, Raymond annual meeting of the Women's which twenty of his little friends I

spending tomorrow in Fort Myers. Friedrichsen, and Miss Mary Allenof Missionary Union of the Palm-Lake were invited. II
' : Pensacola. Mrs. Patterson accompanied Association held in (Lake Worth I Heather Guthrie won a bubble I

Miss Virginia Saxon of Moore them to Pensacola andis Monday. The Clewiston delegateswere

! Haven spent the week-end visiting spending this week there with Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs. A. H." I i
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence. relatives. King, Mrs. W. R. Broaderick, Mrs.D. WANTED-Manvith selling experience ,

B. :Allen, Mrs Bill Blount, Mrs.H. I to take over established ,
Miss C. Meador, Mrs. Carawan Nelson business in 'Glades Ij f
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cornette of 11auryne"Prewitt has returned -
and Mrs. F. E. Chalker, Mrs. W. I Salary and commission telTitorr'l II j
Greeneville, Ky. are visiting Mr. to her home after a stay of It
and Mrs E. M. Cornette and family. a few months in iLos Angeles with J. Robison and Mrs. A. R. Broad- Box 752, West Palm I

her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. foot. Mrs. Robison was elected t

I Mrs. T. B. Shelley of Miami Fred C. Halmos., ,Mauryne had : and installed as Young People's I

I visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. planned to stay through the school Director for the Lake' section of MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL COME IN I

E. E. Kelly, this week. term: in Los Angeles, but returned the association.Mrs. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS I

home because of the critical illness T. M. Johns, wife of the Maps Estimates NOXCWLETUS j I

Miss Betty' Hooks of LaBelle was of Mrs. Halmos. superintendent of the Baptist explain OURhorseFinancing
I the recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. ; Children's home in Arcadia and

i Richard Hooks. A. A. Munroe arrived Sunday Miss Eunice Henderson, missionaryhome Engineering Consultant plea

1 from: Nashville, Tennessee, to join on furlough after 11 years Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla. .without obligation 10700

Mrs. S. L. Crochet and Mrs. J. Mrs. Munroe in a visit to their service in Jerusalem, were the ;
No red =oX bon
: I A. McGehee were visitors in Fort I son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and principal speakers at the meeting.Mrs. tope

Myers Friday. Mrs. Campbell E. Nail. Mr. Mun- John's topic was "CrusadingIn a P |plica-Hoa l aw

I I roe was Western Union manager Our Home", and Miss Hender- cleared qwdeiyi money

I Mrs. Robert Bair left Tuesday here for several years before being son's_ "Crusading In The Utter- Johnson's Fish CampNear i is reeosed.poIClewiston$ .

I for Philadelphia, where she was transferred to Madison, Fla., most Part". Another speaker was

called by the illness ,of her mother. four years 'ago. He and Mrs. Miss Mary Wilson, state fieldworker ( Hurricane ,Gate) Federal

: Munroe returned to Madison the for WMU, who spoke on Clewiston Fla.
3. Mrs. W. F. Simpson, Mrs. H. C. latter part of this week.. "Crusading in Judea". Savings and'Loan I
Boats and Motors-Guide Service
\' Kolstad, Mrs. J.: F.- Curry and Mrs. Mrs. E. L. Watkins of West Palm Rates ReasonableW.
J. W. Ezelle were business visitorsin Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Brown and
Beach is the new president of the Association
Fort Myers Friday. children, Marjorie and Warren, H. Johnson, Mgr.
Palm-Lake Association, W. M. U.
, spent Sunday in 'South Bay with G
Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson Mr. Brown's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. '
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f guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. dolyn Brown. The entire family including .,N N:N M:N:N:N:M:N:N:H N:N:N:N:N N:M:N:N:N:N:N:N:M:N:M:N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N N :N:;.:N:N N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N.N..:..:N:N N:N:N:N:..:N:N N:N:..:N:N:N:N N:N:N:M N:Nt .. r

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I J. Graham. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Danielsof yyy

I Miami, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. 's'1,1. yyy
Ray Clark of Bradenton visited Gove, jr. of Eustis, and Mr. and s y 5

here Friday with his mother, Mrs. Mrs. G. L. Royal of Lake Harbor, :::: :;:S'y
!' Fred Topper, and his brothers, Ed were present at the reunion. : ENJOY: AN yyy

r' and Connie Clark. ," t. YYif

I Among those from Clewiston attending : :i: :
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Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. R. M. the funeral services for r E'LE'C"T"RI'C .U'
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Bishop and Mrs. W. H. LanIer H. J. B. Scharnberg in West Palm .:..:. if'-. .. 't...:.' I

we"re shopping in West Palm Beach Beach Wednesday were: Mr. and ..:..,.:.. ,, .. .'-,.':" .t'. :..

Tuesday. Mrs. Fred Hendicksen, Dr. and Mrs. ...' Y ,, ': :
: .
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I' O. F. Schiffli, Mr. and Mrs. ..'' :
O. A. : '0
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i Miss Edythe Nell Cornette of Jones, Mr. ,and Mrs. M. W. Bigg, :i:=i= __ < -" :> > ; : =ff.s. ::=

I Florida Southern College ,at Lake- Mr.: and Mrs. C. A. Martinez Mr. .. "" ;" ..' : : ':..:4
land spent the week-end at her and Mrs. Foy Durrence., Mr. and ..._. 1-' 44I'S. '':":4.s. -
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I, home here. Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mr. and Mrs. .
, ,, John (iLucaa, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. : ... ?

k ,Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Walker and Duff, Mrs C. L. Downs, Mrs. A. H. :_f=i:, Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that : : I

Walker Jo ,Ann, and spent Mr.the and week-end Mrs. Robert in King Mr. ,and Mr. Mrs and; Mrs.H. A.Jay Bestor W. Moran Mr., :;::: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :i.:::: ',

Wauchula. and Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mr. and =!:=::i: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficient- :;::f: j

Mrs. P. E. Bryant, Mr. and Mrs. :_: :;:
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C. E. Miner spent the week-end John Ketti, jr., Mr. and Mrs. F. ly economicaIlYe.

in Gainesville, attending the home I U. Rodriguez, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. xx ff

coming festivities at the Universityand Vaughn, jr.; Mr. and Mrs. R. M. : :i: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :;::3:
the football game between the Hare, jr., Mr. and Mrs. A. O. :::: f.:.

U of F. and Maryland Saturday.Miss Ward, :Mr. and Mrs. P. M. McIntyre, ::s::::: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :s:.:.

Mrs. G. Small, Miss Mary Moore, i radio for most of day-and-ELECTRICITY is :i::::
Laura Matteson is spending .Miss Mary Markette, Mrs. C. H. :_::_: your a

I L a ten day vacation visiting her pa- I Berner, Mrs. M. E. Von Mach, Mrs. :;::;: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use :f*
I rents, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Matteson, I C. E. Miner, Mrs. S. L. Crochet, yy
in Palm City. She will also visit Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, H. C. ++ 8 :St:
f other places on the East Coast. Kolstad, R. M. Harris, Pete Barbas, :s::_: That is why It is so easy to have and enjoy a home :f.s..s. :
s .s.
Owen Winn and the Japanese chef ::::+: that IS all electric and. mo d ern. :s;:::
Mrs. Maud Hare has returned and wife at the Scharnberg home. v y s :
from an extended stay in Waynes--

ville, North Carolina, and withrelatives } y
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r Tommy Akins, who is on a ten- Axx
i* Why does Lottie Loring
+ day furlough from the U. S. Navy, ff
is lock the cupboard? ::_: ::::
visiting in Clewiston. Young :::;: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. ;:_:
Akins has just completed his train f xxv

ing course at Norfolk and upon .-.+. ..s..t.VA ...
his return will be assigned to regular AA
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I )! Dr.in Community Fort Williams Myers Church was from minister, their have home arrived of the in x i i, Glades Power and light i Co. "n$

I Dousman, Wis., Dr. Williams is :
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minister of the Fort Beach }
Myers .
I Baking Powdr lh* all-photphata, double act- :Us. r
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;I the completion of the manse at the a bitter toils. Send for FREE recipe book. '
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love to hunt," returned the don. e: Dinner was announced Dona
I Suitor's
Slight Slip
nothing I like better than the Maria was seated at her husband's.

supper out in the open, like right hand, and Bowie was given the Gave Her Pop an Opening

In fact, I confess it was envy place of honor on his. left. Next to or

turned me up this way when I him sat Don Francisco; seated be-
the fire and the party, though low Dona 'Maria was Senorita Car- Reggie had courted the daughter -

far from being in hunter's men. As she sat opposite the Texan of the house for many monthsnow

." she made good use of her eyes, yetso and finally came to the con-
asked Bowie, "did clusion that it was time to declare
you skillfully that he.was never awareof
so much English?" her inspection.Don himself. He found no great difficulty -

have a sister married to a Bos- Ramon, as the beef, mutton in obtaining the young

man, a ship-owner. I had two and fowl in bewildering abundancewere lady's consent. However, he

at Georgetown University." served in formal turn, asked dreaded the ordeal he expected

THE I had one year many questions of his stranger guest when asking for her father's ap

CARMEN. myself," said Bowie. "May I -questions about Texas; about the proval. Then he hit upon the hap-

your name?" differences of the Americans with py thought of writing to him. Here

Estradillo; and yours, the Mexican government; then as let it be known, his spelling wasn'tso

?" to what brought Bowie to California.This hot!
By FRANK H. SPEARMAN Frank H. Bowie. I'm a long way drew only vague generalizations "Dear Sir," ran the note, "I

there is a Texas. This is Ben Pardaloe, from the Texan. The Don wish to ask for the hand of. your
SYNOPSISDon this is Simmie." .,I daughter the flour of "
switched the.family.
well next to what lay immedi-
nodded. "My uncle, Back came the father's reply:
of a The ately ahead; what Bowie had in \
Southern Alfredo California, wealthy.rancho Spanish refuses to heed in the Ramon Estrada, lives not far mind to do. '"Is it the flour of the family or

several warnings of a raid by a band of here-about ten miles. I am "As to that the dough you're after?"
trail senor, responded
mUaws. Sierra Indians. One day after he him. You are on his rancho.
seek the protection afternoon Bowie frankly, "I hardly have --
las finally decided to any
if the nearby mission for his wife and fam daloe and tell me you are hunting. Day I plans. I find myself here on the
ay, the Indians strike. Don Alfredo is killed tomorrow we are to have a !
north for coast with two scout companions.Soon Beware
and his two young family sfaithful nmaid. at the rancho. You should join Coughsfrom
:foe arms of the er. They we are going up the river, toSutter's
hills. Come! Why sleep out tonight?
Monica and are carried away to the
Fort. Our
Padre Pasqual, missionary friend of the depend on with me to Don Ramon's." principal occu- common colds
!lamily. arrives at the ruins of the ranch and country pation in the interval must be to
learns the story of the raid from Monica. They Estrada rancho, a royal find something to eat." That On

Utter a and trying mountains and difficult from trip Texas across to California the on a embraced a tract eleven Don Ramon laughed. "Truly im Hang

plains, youthful Henry Bowie, a Texas ad- oaks, and by eleven leagues. The two- ,portant." Creomulsion relieves promptly because -

renturer. with his friends Ben Pardaloe rabbit, ranch house crowned the brow "So we are heading upcountry after it goes right to the seat of the
and Simmie an Indian scout, sight the party gentle rise in the ,fertile Santa I trouble to help loosen and expel P'
who have carried off the two brought in game to sell in Monterey. Thereis

little girls. The three Texans attack the Simmie cut Valley and looked toward the a good demand, I am told, from germ soothe laden and phlegm heal,raw and, tender aid natureto Inflamed -

war party of fifty-odd the Indians and to through the hills.a built a fire. heights of Santa Ysabel. the ships for venison and elk. ." bronchial mucous mem-

tlever the girls ruse are scatter saved. The savages group makes its where they the north of the ranch house a "But with the thousands of headof branes.Tell your druggist to sell youa

way out of the hills and meets the distraught marked of buildings sheltered the In- cattle everywhere available to bottle of Creomulsion with the un-
Monica, the children's maid. The girls are and the derstanding you must like the way It
ate of the hill, servants vaqueros. furnish a beef supply? objected the
left with mission, and the Texans proceed to Mon their meat Francisco did not escape a to have your money back.CREOMULSION.
terey. Here Bowie completes his business on pointed It was raining hard when Don.Bowie smiled as this was trans-
who has
for Gen. Sam Houston of Texas
eommissloned him to deliver an important peared on with his three Texans up to lated. "The beef of the range cat-

message. Bowie decides to have a look at dusk of the house and, first of all, de tle is no competition for the meat of For Coughs,Chest Colds, Bronchitis

Ihe wild in the untamed middle country Nineteenth that California century. the glow of the downpour' looked up quar- i the deer and the elk, certainly not

pas ing their for his guests. Pardaloe and with the officers, nor even with the

the hill hungry sailors." Save That

CHAPTER VContinued6 the "And what is your equipment for Mac-What's wrong, driver?
two, 'Bowie the undertaking?" Taximan Dunno but I can'tstop

"Why did Houston send you out ter and ''I "Our rifles, senor." the thing.

here as ambassador? Are you in the somewhat r- The amiable Don was astonished. Mac-Well, can't you at least

"asked the doctor. "Buenas I "Nothing seems to appall you-your turn off the meter?
general's cabinet? !
undertaking would, of a certainty,
Bowie ,was nettled. "Far from it. Bowie'held ta.
give And need noth-
me pause. you
He needed an ambassador, as you iy. ing?"

call it, who could cut through half a "No
Bowie smiled. "One thing we do
dozen Indian tribes athirst for am- claimed, need." ARE YOUBOTHERED
bassadors' scalps;-who could negotiate that he Don Ramon lifted his
a thousand miles of hell's des- with. as if pleased-at last he had found a' ?

erts and climb'half a dozen Sierra "Ah! weak in the Texan's
ranges and swim forty or fifty riv- nian spot armor. -by-stubborn Old Sores, Varicose Ul-
"What is it? he exclaimed. ,cars, Milk Leg, Poisonous Wounds, Insect .
ers with a mule, just for exercise; Bowie T,1 T,1Both "Salt," returned Bowie simply. Bites, Burns, etc.? Get relief as

who could get fat,,on lizards, frogs, shook his "Then allow me to be your debtor thousands have with ALLEN'S ULLER-
and drink "No?" INE SALVE of America's oldest
bugs and leather belts, -one
shall leave here with salt for
blue "'for again. -you remedies, discovered In I8&7 and
sky water.
yourselves and for, your game. But praised to this day for effecting permanent .
Dr. Doarie-listened without betray- Again self-reliant as. you are, senor, I can, relief of the most stubborn cases.

ing all he". felt at 'Bowie's- impatient denied lighten your labors a good bit if you Has a powerful "drawing out" action
"Que which promotes healing from bottom
will allow me a further pleasure.", upl! A safe, effective household salve It
"You've seen service" blurtedout stranger, "You are most kind, Don:Ramon.I will pay you to have always on hand.

Doane 'one day. He was exam- Still realize that we are strangers and Ask your druggist today for ALLEN'S
ining some scars' on his patient'storso. to explain. ULLERINE SALVE-in its old-fashioned
might save us much.
your package-or write J. P. Allen Medicine '
"For a boy of nineteen Spanish. salt""I The Don shook his head. "Not ad Co., Dept. C; St. Paul, Minn., enclosing t

you've been busy. Where did you "Ho! vice. I1', doubt if you need. it.. But, 35c or the 45c for generous jars .paid.. or '
"Texans $1.25 economy can.
do your fighting, son? what I know you do need is plenty -

"Well, we've had several little emphasis. 'l'Z '' of horseflesh. It will save you

brushes with the greasers. You've "Ah"You, I I much ''time and some hardship if I

heard of our troubles along the Rio 'you will accept a caponera fromus I Giving and TakingWe
Grande. Santa Ana kept us on the were beautiful. >and leave here in the saddleIwith should never remember ,the

run a while. But for every Texanhe your he with 'your salt," he added, smiling\ benefits we have conferred, nor

slaughtered at the Alamo, and though they lodged the vaqueros. significantly, "in! your mochilas." forget the favors received.-Chilo.
Mexican he took with him to his
for every Texan murdered at Goli- I own Bowie sat perplexed. "Caponera?" I
in the ranch '
ad, we've taken toll. I followed Sam Again I house. He .looked inquiringly at Don Fran-
ly. "Not must have "
through. He gave me a cisco. ENJOY 6 BLESSINGS FORRHEUMATIC
The don insisted
despite Bowie's
captain's' furbelow." "Horses," explained Francisco. .
"Neighbors "You are my guest. I am I (
uncle horses
"But there's no peace down there "My means twenty PAIN
now, is there?" suggested" what let you call the boss; you or twenty-five."
me servant. My
Bowie, despite his poise, regardedDon 1. Are rheumatic
Bowie smiled. "Not so you could ans, bad are not big enough. But Helps to pain,
Ramon incredulously. Much lessen muscular achesor rheu2.
notice it. It's guerilla fighting a pain -
The he is a big one, like you.
talk and much translating followed.But matic fever "cloggingIever
good deal of the time along the bor- ders. Reduce
der. The in it was for Bowie at last to your works?" Thou-
greasers are busy
A Mexican Indian boy was dispatched with
bunches all the time, and our rang- another to Don Ramon. He was say, as he was best able, that he S. Works sands who have suffer beenaches" these
and his scouts were grateful but "muscle mIserIes
ers cut once in while. But on
up a no Texans, back, bringing a coat, two helped by PrescrIptIon
other man in California knows that could not think of so great a draft on
paring to trousers, stockings and boots C- 223. Helps lessen
this magnificent hospitality. 4. Comforts
much about me. So forget, it This gives pam by qUIck, sooth-
In the living 'room, while the rain
please. cause it is vain the Texan protested. Don 5.Easea ing, relieving action.
poured furiously outside, 'Don Ra- ind
m against
morning, had a persuasive way-he ? ,sold by druggists on a
mon smoked tranquilly and listenedto pam strain back
CHAPTER VI exposed. away one objection after money- guarantee
Bowie and his The ladies
is likely to with so much good-natured talked about the wedding in- Guaranteed6'0; $x. Try .C-ZZ23.

Bowie disappeared from California in Texas? that Bowie found himself clad'I Monterey. In the morning it was

as silently as he had come to While the accouterments of the still raining hard the rancho Choice MorselA
it; but he did not forget the Irish his horse of the house, walking into the
seemed afloat. The Texan had no proverb is.a. mouthful of
doctor. In fact, eight years later soned to room where he met the
choice but to accept Don Ramon'shospitality choicest meat, well seasoned.
Bowie saddle. .
appeared at the
once more
and the day went in sto-
door of Doane's office with as little rate; the Francisco introduced his new -
ries told before the big log fire-
ceremony as if he had left it the glued on to his uncle and to stories of Texans and the countryof

before. There Dona Maria.
day was laughingand were richly the Staked Plain;' the story of

greeting; then something closeto Bowie, the uncle, Don Ramon, and Santa Ana and the Alamo, which

a fight. Bowie, about to take his things of his wife, called for partic; was told without any effort"to water

leave after a happy hour of talk, tention to attention at the hands of their down the cruel butchery by the Mex-

. threw a bag of coin on the table. was young Except for the youthful neph- icans. And interspersed were stories -

The doctor's ear was alert to the his Don Ramon Estrada was the of.this new California, to which
clink. "What's this, son?" checked real Spanish gentleman that the
the plainsman listened with hungry
"Souvenirs of the Rio Grande, Bowie any had met. interest. Don Francisco had already
Doctor." his highly there was nothing of haugh-
taken a fancy to Bowie. That eve-
"Hold on. Keep your souvenirs, His hat, in Don Ramon, there was ning he questioned the Texan with a

-..- son." broad, that called for considera- !{

"They are to cicatrize that old In- seemed in and respect. His mere pres- purpose.Bowie, quite alert to all that.went .i" .:
made itself felt
of the presenting as
dian wound, ,Doctor. on, noticed the glances that Fran-
but his a certain graciousness of man-
"That old wound is outlawed. So cisco cast sit times toward Carmen,
tempered by dignity and
is the fee. I never want to hear of re who was in animated talk with Dona
tures, that put his guest at ease HOST TO mOSTWHO
either again. I mean it. Maria. Even the Texan's attention
color and a mute assurance of welcome.
"So do I mean, it, Doctor." wandered at moments from Francisco's -
to the Bowie had met his host and VISIT BAlTimORE!
The words warm. Both explanation to the two wom-
grew were eyes. His he felt already at ease, so
inflexible. It was finally agreed to pleasant.The I was the kindly welcome en as they chatted. Both were beautiful Baltimore's newest largest and finest

leave the Spanish doubloons in thedoctor's in their manner. But not of a type the roughhewn Texan hotel-700 rooms, equipped with

safe in suspense, and aftera lero jacket he was presented by Don Fran- had never yet seen. They were every luxury and modem conveni
bottle of wine and a lunch at DaGuerre's beautiful in artless animation. The ence. Fine restaurants serve tho
silver 'and with due formality to
the old cordialitywhichhad bronzed son of the desert was almost world-renowned food that has made
low'with who entered the
never really been impaired- now room was stunned by the atmosphere of Baltimore a Mecca for "gourmets";
Texan conscious of feel-
a bars and lounges feature drinks:
had lost
itself. charm. Tne Dona at forty
ingly his own awkwardness and ill- mixed in the time-honored Maryland
"So you've come back," mused vices of a apparel. She was Senorita none of her youth; the years had the manner. Rates from $3 to $6 singlo.0'I .

the doctor. "Glad you had that head to of the rancho, cousin to tempered without engrossing vivacity
of her maidenhood. The -
much sense. Henry, this is the garden of Francisco. portrait
of youth was still hers, en-
spot of the world. What are quite young Spaniard did the in-
riched now by the dignity of matronly -
going to "
you "I see, and much of the talking.
charm. Yet eyes were
"I don't know yet. I've heard ently. and hostess extended repeated Carmen
drawn to her daughter ,
talk of a man up the river who "That's greetings to Bowie which realize the

built a little fort up there and is deal- the hills," Francisco translated. The just old enough to and protectingher pres- Z' 0'
in furs.' I've got the same scouts ence of a stranger
ing bring in lady was wholly silent, save attractiveness by the slight repression
with me. They're trappers and wantto jokingly, "! when spoken to by her cousin ol1 girlhood.TO .
look the thing over. The man
up buy some responded clearly and compos- ( BE CONTINUED) ,

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ScharnbergContinued a special type of acoustical celotex., house which has been rented from I I BILL FOR DIVORCEIN ing to the plat thereof recorded

Concealed flourescent lighting will R. N. Miller It has five rooms and in Plat Book 2, at pages 7 to

be used and forced air ventilation.A here the girls will be taught the art : THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 14, Inclusive of the Public Records -
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF of Hendry County, Florida,
( From Page 1) : narrow eight-foot stage ,will of homemaking, cooking, sewing, FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY and E. B. Roberts Trustee for Almar 'r
American Society of Mechanical cleaning and art needlework.It COUNTY. & Company, a dissolved Delaware
be built in the front of the aud- corporation, be and appear In the

Engineers. Member, Institution of itorium and the screen will be is understood the girls will LARIE BILLUPS Plaintiff, above entitled cause at the Court
Life House In LaBelle Florida, on the
Mechanical Engineers, London.
suspended about midway of the spend about 78 hours month
a on vsRUTH)- 4th day of November, 1940, being a
Felloe, Rosal Society for Encouragement stage. Exits arc provided on either the project for which they will Rule Day of said Court to answer
of Arts, Manufactures and ,RAVEN BILLUPS, Defendant. the bill of complaint herein else the
side in front of the stage and utility receive 1404. Transportation will allegations of said bill will be takenas

Commerce, London. rooms will be built in the corners. be furnished those living In, outlying ORDER TO APPEAR confessed by said defendants.

Life Member, the Society of districts, and to the IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that
The projection room will be fire- I group THE STATE OF' FLORIDA: this order be published once a week
American Military Engineers. Life proofed with steel and concrete coming in from :Moore: Haven and TO RUTH RAVEN BILLUPS. for four (4) consecutive weeks in

Member Verein Deutschcr In- walls and concrete floor. Clewiston. They will be picked up It appearing from tho plaintiff's The Clewiston News a newspaper
'I sworn bill of complaint that
your in Hendry County, Florida.
genieure, Germany. Member, In- at a specified place and transportedto address is unknown, It Is hereby
The balcony extends out sixteen DATED this 2nd day of October,
ternational Sugar Technologists. and from the work center. ordered that you arc required to appear 1940.
feet from the front wall with on the 4th day of November,
Member Asociacion de Technicos of Robert Godman of Miami is area 1940. before the above entitled court, (i Seal= ) WILLIAM T. HULL
stepped-down rows seats to the
Azucareros de Cuba. to the bill of complaint tiled againstyou Clerk of Circuit Court of
front railing. supervisor of work projects under in the above entitled cause, and Hendry County, Florida.
On November 18, 1906, 'Mr. the new NYA set up. Miss Veronica the Clewiston News is hereby designated EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER,
The general construction calls as the newspaper in 'which Miami, Florida
married Miss Marie
Scharnberg for the use of concrete blocks witha Huss, former area supervisor, has this: order shall be published once a Solicitors for Plaintiff.
Margaret Schmitt, in Staten Island, been made area personnel super- I week for four (4) consecutive weeks.
stucco exterior. Heavy reinforced .
New: York. They have one son, visor. WITNESS the Honorable GeorgeV'I' J ,
poured footings are used for Whitehurst
a as Judge of
Oliver .H,, Scharnberg of Cambridge,
foundation and the walls will start and the Seal of this Court In the
Mass., and one grandson, James City of LaBelle, Hendry County, 1-1<>rl-
off these footings. The roof will Bowling Teams--
Fagan Scharnberg, two and one- da this October 4th. 1940. -
be of a Barrett specification bonded (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL, Good
old. FarmLand
half years Clerk of Circuit Court of
asphalt, gravel and felt construction.
Funeral services at 2:30 'Wed (Continued from Page 1) Hendry County Florida.By .
:It will be almost flat, a six inch : INEZ MAGILL, D. C.

nesday at Ferguson Funeral Homein fall being provided for drainage., Glade in a match here last, night. J. M. COUSE,

West Palm Beach were conduc- The front of the building will be The Merchants team will be com- 5t. Oct. 4-11-18-25 Solicitor, for Nov.Plaintiff.1, 1940.

ted by Rev. Neale Clark Edwards, finished in Cuban brick and stucco. posed 'of Joe Schroedor, Munselle

minister of the First Presbyterian The center portion is built on a Stone, Bill :Martin: Adolph Driggers, ORDER OF PUBLICATION'IN

Church. Scores of Clewiston twenty-three foot radius arc. and Pat McGehee, Jack Charley and for Rent

friends were in attendance and the is somewhat higher than the two Gratton George. The players have TWELFTH THE CIRCUIT JUDICIAL COURT CIRCUIT OF THE
chapel was banked with lovely straight wings. balloted on team officers but the i FLORIDA IN AND FOR HENDRY ""

floral offerings.A New projection equipment and results have not yet been announ- : IN COUNTY.CHANCERY. CASE NO.-.

chartered Pullman car, bearingthe new chairs and other appointments I ced.

funeral party left on the CLEWISTON REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT -
are promised by Mrs. Davis who The U. S. Sugar Company Comm- CORPORATION.
Havana Special at midnight Wed- says that while she feels that she I issary is forming a team as is the FLORIDA corporation
nesday for Staten Island, where Plaintiff.vs .
is building a theatre'several :years Clewiston Motor Company and the

interment was made in Moravian in advance of present day needs Sugar Corporation office force. It )- TrespassersWill

Cemetery following a short serviceat that it is the only way she can is hoped that eight teams be
Schaffer's Funeral Home at I & COMPANY, a dissolved
keep pace with the rapid growthof formed for the first tournament. Delaware corporation, :and all unknown Be

... eleven o'clock Friday morning. The the community.; The building Tournament officers will probablybe persons or parties (whether
Masonic order, of which Mr. Scharn- i I natural corporate or municipal) Prosecuted'Clewiston
and will cost -
equipment approximately selected within a short time. claiming: through under or from
berg was a member, conducted the $20,000.E. said dissolved corporation, and E.
B. ROBERTS, Trustee for Almar
services at the
grave. D. Clower of \\Lakeland is the The rosters of two more bowling & Company, a dissolved Delaware ti>
Members of the funeral party construction superintendent. corporation and all unknown parsons l
teams were turned in this morn- '
were Mrs. Scharnberg, Oliver H. having or claiming 'an interest -
ing to Jack Beach at the A. andB. In the real property described -
Scharnberg, Mrs. William Lucaa, in the bill.
Mr. and Mrs. John Lucaa, Mr. and Mrs. ,Hasty SupervisorOf Alleys. Defendants.It .
The Sugar Corporation office
Mrs. E. C. Mills, C. A. Martinez,
appearing by the sworn bill of
NYA team will be composed of: -E. P.
F. M. Rodriguez, R. L. Coker, Jr., HomemakingMrs. complaint filed herein that the plain-
Shelley, M. E. Von Mach, S. L. tiff is entitled: to an order of publication And
Al W. Johnson, M. W. Bigg H. A. Realty
Crochet Sandy Bell, Ed Ward, M.
Bestor and Max Meluh. Jay W. IT IS ORDERED that the defendant,
Betty; Hasty has been appointed W. Bigg and Jimmie Wilson. Almar & Company, a dissolved Dela-
Moran, vice-president of the cor- ware corporation and all parties DevelopmentCorpol'ation
supervisor of the NYA girls The Commissary team will haveas
poration, made the trip by plane to claiming interests under or from
homemaking project which is expected its members: M. L. Oliver, cap- Almar & Company, or otherwise, and
join the funeral party in Staten Almar & Company, or otherwise, and all
to open November 1 with tain, Olen Waters, Bob Logan, Ned
Island. unknown persons having or claimingreal
the workrooms at LaBelle. The Hager H.' C. Kolstad, J. Knzie and property in Hendry County, Florida I
Mr. Scharnberg's position at the ,
to-wit: J
project has been set up to give em- Ray Bass.
sugar-house will be one not easily Lot 25, Block 173. of the General
ployment to a maximum of 30 Any bowler wishing to join a Plat of Clewiston, Florida, accord-
filled, and the place which he and
girls, 20 from Hendry county and team should leave his name at .
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Mrs. Scharnberg have made for
10 from Glades. the alleys.
themselves in the community will
Miss Veronica Huss announcedshe ,, ---
be long vacant. They gave gener- I (/1111I11I1111111111I'/ '''
had opened a sub-office in Verbal smoke screens are being I
ously to civic undertakings and no .=
Principal R. W. Turk's office here laid down by the Presidential candidates -: XGf =_=
cause was too large and none too .'An", ...v.... .. _
with two NYA girls, Miss Minnie which will become heavier ........ > .-
small to receive their liberal sup-
Lee Pridgen and Miss Zena Belle and heavier as the day of election 'z Vs .
port. Their loyalty to their 'com- -: ..... ."r,==
Pullen in charge. Singe unemployed approaches. But there are few ,' NNE munity' Is an attribute typical of
youths between the ages of 17 and voters who will be confused by 9'fItCE tQ't V ='
Mr. Scharnberg's character. The 9t ==
25 who are interested in attending the last minute charges and counter- .. ..
flag on the sugar corporation's flag-
home making classes may make charges. Most of them have already .=
staff flew at half-mast Tuesday and I t count with us, YOU -
application there. determined how how they will mark savings QG ima'lustcon "ff =
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Wednesday, and all local business have of a
The government will furnish the their ballots on November 5. When you
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houses were closed during the odd to esaveollout of your
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hour of the funeral as a deserved whatever 10 u can compounded sem\- ,, ,
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tribute to an important citizen. I J jMj jM. J JMgMjM,. . . . .,. . . . . .-.-.,.......-.... good earnings 'fe pay'wcrfih whet

:|_;: NOTICE ':: The reollY\\ maJ.e savcnnuoUy and 'let _

Construction of- .. |; _= not comlin. t 0 our oEjCe\ todoJ Sovfl ... :-

::: To New and Old :Arrivals in Clewiston :?;: Vfny ten 'Iou mora a bout our .
us oil\\
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rest rooms on the east side. In *:* Register your name and present address with us so your 2. Earning s ( the \Q\h. e

front of these rest rooms are stair- .X;. friends and relatives will have no trouble locating you as' .,. funds received by .
will direct them to home.
: we gladly personally your S
ways leading to the balcony.The .
auditorium is 35 feet by 60 :X;: There is no charge or obligation. We only want to do our vV

feet and will have part in rendering a needed, service to the visitors and resi- *:*
a seating
:X: dents of Clewiston. Register Today. :*:
five hundred. A solid partition Clewiston Federal

separates the auditorium: from the :|;: GULF SERVICE STATION :|:: Savings

foyer except for the double width -

doors at the two aisles. The interior .;; G. B. THOMAS, Mgr.XMXK :kM and Loan Association

finish of the auditorium will be In y
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II U. S. s.:-v/,. Attitude_. Typified By New Offices IA I II

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Statement VIEW OF LOBBY FACING MAIN STAIRWAY I II F that faith have the taxpayers I By I I Clewiston recently built a most
,unusual schoolhouse, unusual'
I in
Clarence R. BittingPresident I[that it is probably the only schoolhouse -
'of II I I I built during the past seven
!years.| out of strictly local funds..
United States Sugar Corporation
In that faith
; wo have helped out
; i J-- ,neighbors, the winter vegetable
\ On the fifteenth of this month II I j I II 'farmers of the ..country. In; that of
was held the annual meeting of faith we have built the best living
the more than 2200 owners of } t \ ; 9 ? i conditions, and paid the 'highest
United States Sugar Corporation.Of i wages, of any agricultural community -
these ,2200 owners some seventy in the United States. In
odd are also employees of the that faith we have helped to build
operation and several hundred I(the real 'defense of these. United
more owners are residents of me: : States against foreign aggressions.
State of Florida. I In our faith in Florida we have
4 i \ In preparation for an accounting I! built for future generations; we 1
of my stewardship and a report have tried to discharge our debt
\ thereon to these many owners I I to those, our children, who will
spent several quiet evenings reviewing follow. In our' faith in Florida,
the happenings of the past year. ,uid our faith in American ideals;
In such a review it was but natural we have opened new country., In
that the new office building, this faith we have guaranteed
about to be officially opened, !obligations of political sub-divisions,
should loom large. This new struc- so that our neighbors may pr SDcr.:
ture loomed large in my mental I In this faith we intend. to con
review not because it was the most tinue.
important happening of the year, The attitude of the Corporation, I
I but rather because it typifies an "cr .its owners its management and its
: attitude. employees;: ,so thoroughl}' demonstrated -
The attitude to which I referis by this latest material expression -
I typified by the structure itself. of faith in Florida, has been
, It has clean, clear, fair, honest and demonstrated time after time -
straightforward lines and hence ling the past ten years of almost .
typifies the clean, clear, fair, honest (continuous depression and despair.
and straightforward attitude of the I Ten years ago everyone in' the
Corporation in its relations with its sugar industry, particularly those
employees, its associated. .farmers, its I having Cuban interests, 'just knew
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and the' public. Havingbeen
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I sugar could not be produced in
I designed and built to withstand has been built that faith has been built Florida, and almost all FlorIdians
the sun. 'Why do I say this? Because I da. In that faith the
climatic conditions in the we are but children of the the clean, thrifty fields of food. In I neighborly town of Clewiston. In I (Turn to Page 9 Section 2)
Everglades the structure typifies sun; only by capturing the energyof _. I Igi.mll
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true strength and permanence, and
the sun, only by converting sun-
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the sterling qualities of the :: 2 I
life. Because the Everglades '
; true American way. The early
with the most fertile soil in the
American design typifies the en-
I world, with adequate supplies of
during qualities of the true, sound Congratulations
! / and fundamental American ideals.The water and with abundant suppliesof .
life-creating sunshine, can most
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clean and graceful. lines, _
cheaply convert nature's gifts into
I sturdy'construction'; honest materials food for mankind, and .at the same '
and honest workmanship in '
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time maintain the highest standardsof '
1, this new building are a monument :
living in agricultural America.We
f; in, and to, the sun. This new building = -
\ is a monument in the sun because of the Everglades, and no : :f, :i ,
there are more hours of fair-minded man can, deny me the .,.. ,' I
j sunshine each year in South Florida right to consider myself part of '
than any other region of the the Everglades, have much of : .
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United States; it is a monument to which to be proud. For one thingwe
the sun because it was built, by are proud of, our faith in Flori- = e I 1I

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OFFICE OF SECRETARY TO GENERAL MANAGER made the offices a permanent thing is struck and the grower is ableto NEW BUNGALOW
It the War Department began their cash In for enough to clear up I
I plans for a new building. This his losses on other crops in the past J. F. Tippey has under consruc-
vats completed In 1938 and the lion on Pasadena Avenue, just back
(Engineers, moved in and the Clew- and sometimes have some left over. of the H. C. ,Kolstad home a new t.
is'on Realty and Development Corporation But many a grower has faced .a five-room frame bungalow for the
a't I successor to the Clewiston number of seasons with so many Bishop-Wilson Lumber Company.
foinpanv' took possession again of
set-backs that he is unable to' sit The home will be of standard
II HIP east wing. design with a screened front porch,
Y aYM : V the
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living room, dinette, kitchen, two
I tales: Sugar Corporation still made I With a portion of the farm I bedrooms and bath. A portecochere
|the old quarters cramped and it I planted to sugar cane to insure a will be built on the east end of the
I WPS found necessary to secure more I
I Ifr-acinus quarters. Thus began theIrotiFtruction I'cash revenue each year the farmers:, ,house.
of' the new office'would be more willing and better framework or the structure !swell
building and the recent evacuationof table' to gamble with truck cropson I I up and construction should
I I the Administration Building the remainder of the farm. I be completed in a short time.
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Bean Market Drops I '

# Early In Season


Another argument in favor of Congratulations

increased quotas for sugar cane

growers of' the Everglades in order
To The
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remained in the building onhe this is United States
their farms in staple crop SugarCorporation I
CELOTEX BUILDINGON ridge until the north and east wingsof
seen in a news item appearing last
the administration building were
week in the Everglades News,
constructed, the sugar corporation '
RIDGE FIRST published at Canal Point in the
taking over the new additions as I
heart of the winter truck gardening
their offices. At that time the

SUGAR CO. OFFICEA accomodations the needs. were fully adequatefor area.This article states that the bean I II "- On TheOffice

market, after only a few days of I I .
When the United States Sugar '1
light shipments, dropped from 1.50
celotex building on the ridgeat Corporation took over the assets of I top at the start to seventyfivecents
the corner of Francisco and Del the Southern Sugar Corporation in per hamper on the New York e9\rw Building- ;
Monte Avenues, built in 1925, was 1931 they retained the same office I market and many growers, first I
the first office building of the ,location and accomodations remained to get their 'crops ready for ship- ', '
Southern Sugar Corporation which fairly adequate until, in 1932, ment were leaving them, unpicked, ,, A beautiful addition to our -';
r started the development of the in order to provide facilities for in the fields. ,City ;' -
sugar industry in this part of the the location of the U. S. Engineer This market condition is saidto ;
'glades with Clewiston as the center. sub-station in. Clewiston the Clew- have been brought about becauseof .
This building was later remodeledfor iston Company offices were crowded the early fall planting in the .
use as a hospital building and over into the north wing with lake area which produced crops
was abandoned in July of 1937 the sugar offices, and the entire for shipment before the beans from
when the hospital moved into the east wing was given over to the the Atlantic coastal sections had
remodelled''' Watanbe Hotel. The Engineers.At been disturbed by cold weather. Clewiston Dry Goods Co. Inc-

old building was razed last year. first it was not believed thata Similar market collapses occur
Early in 1936 the construction of permanent Engineer office wouldbe frequently in the middle of a
the administration building was be- maintained for the Caloosahatchee season so that it has become a BILL MARTIN Mgr.
gun, the east wing being built at project but when the federal terrific gamble for the truck growerof
that time as offices of the Clewis- government took over maintenanceof Florida to compete with other
ton Company.: The sugar office the levee and waterway and areas. Occasionally a good market

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Corporation continued successes in keep- 'We. congratulate the United States Sugar Corporation' ,

ing with their faith in the Everglades. and express our appreciation to them for their unselfish

development of" Clewiston and the Lake Okeechobee'

farming area.


And for developing what has become one of the State's

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Bishop.. Wilson continued success.

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OFFICE OF ASSISTANT TO GENERAL MANAGER I counters another double door at the of this stairway a large vault for the other by W. E. 'Bolton, his
end of the corridor. storage of office records.He > assistant. '

Pushing open this door he finds then returns to the south end This completes the tour of the ,
himself in the offices of the Clew- of the corridor and in the south building but the visitor Is not yet y'
iston Realty and Development Corporation -
wing finds the offices of the drain- satisfied that he has seen every-
and its subsidiary com- age and agricultural departments.The thing until he goes out the rear
panies. Two private offices at the drafting room occupies the entrance, 'crosses the paved drive- ,
east end of this wing arc occupied
large main room. At the east end way and, begins an inspection of
by F. Deane Duff, head of the
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are two private offices occupied by I garage and "
Clewiston Realty Corporation and R. y. Patterson, head of the which is built to match In design, : L""

!ma'or'of Clcwiston and by W. traffic division and the other by the main building. ., "-., ':j
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C'I Horace A. Bestor, drainage engineer In the south wing of this building ., >
room and ,filing room are at '.
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west end of this wing and a
other offices, one occupied by W. room houses the air-conditioning i .
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rk: I C. ,Prewitt, agricultural superintendent equipment which provides cool air
the left of the entrance.
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the center of the circular stair. :

Reaching the top he is attractedto "
the door in front of him and

opens it to find a long assemblyroom '
for Clewiston ':,
which will be used .
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I teleprinter located nearby.
} But on a general tour the visitor I Turning left to the north winghe .\- "
would almost certainly turn finds a number of private office Has much for which to thank the United .\ ;
down the corridor to the right toward ,
DESIGNED |FOR [MOST I,rooms which are still empty but "'
the north wing of the building :are to be assigned and at the States Sugar Corporation '. : :,

and as he walked along the 'end of the corridor he, enters a ,
EFFICIENTOPERATION corridor he would note a door on "small reception room. A door from Now comes the magnificent new building?
either side. The one on the left room enters the
or west side would be to a spaci- office reception of Wm. H. Lanier, secretaryto which will house the corporation's officesCONGRATULATIONS .. .

The new office building of the ous filing room and the one to the vice-president and general ,- "'., .'
United States Sugar Corporationhas the right leads to the stenographicroom. manager. Doors open from this >

been expertly designed for Immediately ahead of him at office to the east into the office of ', ,:' : "- r
efficiency of office operation at the end of the corridor is a double Jay W. Moran, vice-president and .

well as for the comfort of .em door which' he opens to find him- general manager, the most luxuri- ; \ :., :'
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offices of any department so that wing, downstairs. The west end I of Sidney L. Crochet, assistant to .
activities of each department can of this wing is cut off by a glass the general manager. : .trr1

be carried on with the least possible partition and behind this partitionare A door on the east side of the L. Stewart -

interference'from other located the tabulating ma- reception room leads to a hallway : '
sources. x chines. The east end is also cut I which the visitor follows and finds 4 nt
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considered not only in one of the offices of M. W. Bigg, Comptrollerand with its massive walnut table,

finest of air-conditioning systemsbut assistant secretary of the cor- leather chairs, indirect lights and
in the flourescent, daylight poration and O. A. Jones, auditor.A oriental walnut finish. :

I lighting which is general throughout glassed-in booth by the side of The visitor, returning once more

most of the building, posture the north entrance is, presided over to the main corridor, notes a stair- iflflH f
chairs which have been providedfor by Mrs. W. L. Brown, cashier. Another way leading down to the account-

all employees, properly shaded glassed partition separatesthe ing office below and at the top
walls to prevent eye-strain and stenographic department"from
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and attractive but designed for The visitor then returns' to the
efficient work. I lobby and investigates the south I

A tour of the building takes wing lower floor. If the door to

one through the double-doored en- the first office to the left is open

trance into the attractive tilefloored he will find Charlie Benson at
r lobby where his eye is immedi- work at his desk and in the next

ately .,attracted to the ,beautiful office will find Jimmy Wynne, prob- ,
winding stairway in front of him. ably interviewing' some salesmanfor -
His reverie may be interrupted bya these two offices are for the .

very pleasing; voice inquiring: purchasing department. Across the The Fine ; '.: .
"Whom do you wish to see, please?" corridor ,in the first office he will I

" and turning to the right, faces the find :M. E. Von Mach, personnel .,' .- .
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be seated, in front of the telephone hanger one better for being busy. .

switchboard, taking time occasion- Two more doors on the right up .
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wide veiticai planks of select
SOUTH FLORIDAThe for the office, building. Behind
figured cypress capped with a
cornice of the same material. The this Is another room which Is usel

windows have been fitted with for blue-printing and photostaticwork

new office building of the Venetian blinds which blend nicely with a dark room provided.In .
United States Sugar Corporation is with the walls. The ceiling is of
the north wing he finds a
one of which the entire Everglades acoustical tile in diagonal pattern.
section and particularly the peopleof The furniture and furnishings of stationery and supply room in the

Clewiston may well be proud. this: room are of fine matched front and behind it the service room

Two years ago the community I grained walnut which add to the and power transformers. In the
charm and of the long intermediate will be
rejoiced in the construction of the dignity room. canopy
new Clewiston Inn which was In the Directors' room the walls seen the cars of office employeesand
are of wide solid panels of quartered officials.
constructed to meet the needs ofa
fast growing community and now, oriental walnut with a carved The visitor then pauses for a
facing the Inn across Civic Center walnut cornice. This room is look at the landscaping which has

has been built the new office build- furnished in a most luxuriant fash- been aranged so carefully by an

ing of the same type architecturebut ti N ion. Venetian blinds have been expert architect and although he .....
far different in appearance and I selected to match the paneling. The may not know the names of the

design to give the city two of the ceiling of this room is also of plants he sees growing he feels
most beautiful buildings in central acoustical tile with partially recess- that exactly the right plant or
Florida. ed anemostat lights and air con- shrub or tree was located at just
I ditioning fixtures. the proper place and leaves the
The design of the office buildingand jams and double-hung steel windows storage of valuable records. These
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landscaping unusual in
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the adjacent and are constructed of heavy re-
garage detail overlooked the
been that the trees and shrubbery were was by corporation -
service. wings is early American I used except where special interior inforced concrete and are equipped in planning and building
selected and so arranged that they
with old brickwalls with white finishes required other ma- with steel vault doors. their new offices.
accentuate the architectural designof
trim and white tile roof giving the terials. The floors generally are Stair railings throughout the
the building.' The plantings out-
of quartered oak blocks and the
building atmosphere of and :
an age building are of decorative wrought
lined the old brick walls
against Glades and Highlands counties are
ceilings In the main parts are of
permanence. The two buildings
acoustical tile to reduce noise. iron and have been painted to give one the feeling that it is nota now free from cattle fever ticks, it a I
occupy the entire block just in i harmonize with the walls.In new building but one that has was announced by the State Livestock -
front of the old administration One of the features in the design the planning of..this structure aged and mellowed with time. Sanitary Board today.

building.L. of the office building is the I particular attention was given to

Phillips Clarke and associate, two-story colonial type porch which the comfort and well-being of the
C. A. Smith II Architects of West has been recessed into the buildingat .
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with the assistance of Maurice H. entrance is located in the exact was installed as well as the I

Connell & Associates, Mechanical center of the front porch and is latest flourescent lighting throughout :

Engineers, and Richard A. Bel- surmounted by a balcony with a the entire building.

sham, Structural Engineer, both of decorative white wrought iron rail- CongratulationsTo -
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Company, of,'West Palm Beach, were Many of the partitions in this 1 I r Three Outstanding '

the general contractors. The land- I building are of the movable type. ''
scaping was done by Miss Edna R. This has been done so that it will Rooms In BuildingThe The 'I
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Winter, Landscape Architect, of be possible, ,at any time, to increaseor .,
:West Palm Beach. decrease 'the size of officeas :
any : : i
three outstanding 'rooms in fI{ {:
United States
The building is absolutely fire- the occasion demands. These "
I the new office building are the
proof and is completely air con- partitions are all of high-grade ;
reception lobby, the office of the
ditioned. It has been built of re- painted steel and are .glazed with '
inforced concrete frame, reinforced plate glass. (vice-president and general manager, '
Sugar Corporation
Jay W. Moran and 'the directors '.
concrete floor construction and Four spacious vaults covering ,a room. .; .
steel construction and steel roof total of 772 square feet of floor "
trusses. Metal base, metal door area have been provided for the The reception lobby is one of I \
the most interesting rooms in the
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11 1 9 mm n 11 9 Q6 {lml 1CINII m D lillml li mllim l i l llIlllmmlIIIII"{I I II! I"a IIIII1mlllllllmllllllmilmljll""IIIIIIIJIllm it lil! (I li l!II !B it"II !'II lIllljm"mlrllllllllllll1IIIIIIIIIIIIIImllllllllllllllllill II I II { I I I li lil li""IIIIlIllllIllllm"" I''! I 111 I ml black in large cypress solid with panels an of imported select :' ( : .

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'I selected for its high efficiency and -O- r .

its. decorative appearance.' From
The this room one views the main stair-

case ..of the building which is
'circular in form and is surmountedby

a beautiful palladian window WE., TOO, ARE PROUD OF YOUR.
United States :also in black cypress. All light- v*

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I. Mrs.NOTICE J. A.IS McGehee HEREBY holder GIVEN of, That Tax )<'::i {'l f' :: :< : < > \i': '
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No. 873, issued the 3 day i
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has evidenced it's faith. issued the 5 day of August, A. T>. : {.,. ;: : ;:( '
1929, has filed same in my office and !:
has be made issued application thereon. for' a tax deedto \ : : : : : ;

Said certificates embrace the following ,;
in the future of described property in the \ .
:, County of Hendry State of Florida, ,1
N% of SW% of SW% and NWJi
i of NW i of S\VM and S% of NW% .
Clewiston I of SWi, Section 32, Township 42 Texaco ; .
S Range 29 E. .. .
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., u under the said certificate issued
: was in the name ofV.. R. CasonW. -
R. Cason Estate.
Unless said certificate shall be redeemed Service StationR.
-- according to law, the property .
The Erection Of The Beautiful described therein will be sold to /
the highest bidder at the court house
door on the first Monday in the monthof
November, 1940, which is the 4') C. NOWLING. Mgr.
day of November, 1940. .
-f Dated this 4 day of October, 1940. I

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Draft Board Completes hence. If there are any of thesein today, examining physicians are I' ACCOUNTING DEPARTMENT

the county they are asked to ordered to keep in Class 1-A, the '
Listing Of Registrants present themselves to the local class immediately available for 7,: ; '
board for
consideration. general military service, only those I
; For Selective ServiceThe men who meet the general requlie-
Qualifications For ments. Men deemed physically unfit S' CapxSS.+ .4 I' tN /

for general active military service SY,
Hendry County Draft Board Soldier Are Listed but fit for special and limited II'I

has completed the task of number- military service, will be listed in y, Zd'
ing and listing the names of 1035 Class 4-F. !:L /is//:HyY.y,

Hendry county registrants in the Every man inducted into the Flat feet, glasses, hay fever,

selective /service registration of last Army under the Selective Service loss of a finger or toe, will not i ktr P4 %
Wednesday and one of these lists Act "must be able to see well; have necessarily disqualify men for r' j jr

has been posted in the lobby of the comparatively good hearing; havea ing and service. Color train-// :. a Ha ai .Fynr H:''[ M' t.,, y I
postofficevhere every registrantmay heart able to withstand the definitely not a cause' for disquali- '
examine it and familiarize stress of physical exertion; be intelligent fication. Cancer, tuberculosis, leprosy -,

himself with his serial number.A enough to understand and and some other diseases: ire

file Is also being set up in execute military. maneuvers, obey cause for rejection.In .
the office of J. E. Beardsley, mem- commands and protect himself; and 'view 'of the experience of

oer and secretary of the Hendry be able to transport himself by the World War, physicians are "

County board for each registrant.In walking as the exigencies of mili- warned by the instructions to be
this file will be placed all papersin tary life may demand." on the alert for malingerers' who

connection, with that registrant's National Headquarters, Selective might attempt to evade training L 1'

future status as a draftee. Service System, today dispatched I and service by feigning ailments.
The national lottery to determinethe these general instructions, together I (Turn to Page 9 Section 2)" '' 11'

order number of each man will with detailed regulations of physical :

be held in Washington on Tuesdayof standard requirements for trainees /'f
next week. Capsules containing under the Selective Service Act, to i I
from 1 to the highest physicians examine
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number recorded at any registration -i prospective soldiers. 4
unit in the country will be The physical requirements are the ,
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placed in a bowl and from that same as those set forth in the War i j '
bowl President Roosevelt will draw Department's "Standards of Physical i "'

'', the first number. That number Examinations During Mobilization .1
may be small enough that it will ." Navy standards will be issued : : : To the' : : : ,,i
occur in all units but niay be so when the Navy begins inducting
large that it will occur in onlya men under the Selective Service

that few. number Nevertheless over the the nation holdersof will Act.In general: trainees must be at .

be given the order number one. least five feet tall and not more United States Sugar' GorporHtiOh 1

The drawing will continue until than six feet-six inches in height; I

all the numbers are drawn and must have twelve natural teeth including j

the order in which they are drawn three upper and three lower '

will determine the order numbers masticating teeth and threey upper
which will then be assigned to and three lower incisors. must We Extend

each man for future use and the weigh not less than 105 pounds nor

' registration serial number now in more, than would permit normal f
use will be discarded.. physical activity; must have good '. I

Following' the drawing and the vision and must have feet which :-
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questionaires will be sent to each Unlike the days of the World : Heartiest Conqratlllatiolls 1LAKE

registrant according to these num- War, when only sketchy instruc- .
bers and these must be answeredin tions went to physicians who ex-

full and turned over to the amined men under the draft laws,
draft board without five days after the doctors attached to local boards .

receipt. The gigantic task of and medical advisory boards will ;i
classifying the' registrants will then 'follow a standard form in their ex- DRUG COMPANY. I a
be started by the board and on amination of prospective trainees. 1

the basis of their classification will Only, those men who are classified '" I
men be drawn for service. by their local"boards as availablefor ;::, .. THE NIB LACKS" '

Members of the draft board state military service will be given /"; : I
that there may be some men who physical examinations. ,Men given I II'

would like to be called for training a deferred status by their local (

among the first so that the boards will not be examined bya I

period of training might not in- physician.In .

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OFFICE OF GENERAL MANAGER Plans Are Made ,thirty years moving there from

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and was a member of the .
Roll Call Here I Woodmen of the World.

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'. >, Catherine Clark Hawley, of Lake-
Plans are being made by Mrs. land, a son, C. D. Hawley, Jr., of
R. Y. Patterson, chairman of the .
Cleveland, and a daughter, Mrs.J.
Clewiston Chapter, American Red
E. Baker of Clewiston, a step-
.. I Cross, for the annual drive for
a wt ,,,,,, memberships which will be under- son, W. T. Clark, Lakeland two
II step-daughters, Mrs. V. E. Witt and
way beginning with Armistice Day,
x @ z ; I Mrs. B. E. White, Lakeland.Mr. .
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gt .c rNManm4 November 11th and continuing
r through and Mrs. Baker had goneto
Thanksgiving Day.
I Lakeland when Mr. Hawley's
The desperate need for the Red
illness became critical and were
Cross organization has never been
I' with him when death came.
more keenly felt than at the pres-
ent. In the United States, in ad- Funeral services were held Sat-
dition to help which has been sent urday morning at the Futch-Steen
Funeral Rev. Steve Mc-
for' refugees and air-raid sufferersin
Clelland, of the Lakeland
England, the organization strives ."
; .to keep abreast of the times and 'Church, officiating. Interment followed -
;' in Oak Hill Cemetery.
I to stand ready for any emergency
which may. face any portion of the
A /p SC country. The 'summer hurricane, Tigers Lost 28.0
which brought suffering and devastation -
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to a portion of the'I To Boca Grande
I Atlantic coast, particularly around'
Savannah and Charleston, is an
y d""t ''/A' )"o ,a \ .\, 1 .:' yp.urr rrb5S I example of the situation in which I In the second game of the 'season -
K t 4 r. the Red Cross steps forward immediately at Boca Grande on Friday afterInoon -
*J: with needed organization -I of last week, the Tigers of
: I and aid.' Clewiston High took a hard w.

\ \' a f A'p2' I Last year, .the Clewiston chapter's I thumping from the Boca Grande; I
quota was set at 300. Since no Tarpons by a score of 28-0.
call for funds has been made by The' only serious threat the
'r1 : the Red Cross here during the Tigers made was one advance to
year since the last roll call, it is the Tarpon one-yard line where
I hoped that a most generous res- they lost the ball on a fumble.
I culated and hot air blown through I and grills placed, in most cases ponse will be made. Meanwhile the Tarpons were reachIng -
NEW OFFICE SERVED the building in the same manner.A near the ceiling, permit the bad ,Roll call chairman and workers into their bag of tricks and
motor in the compressor air to be carried off and discharged
step-control pulling out several scoring plays.
will be, named by Mrs. Patterson be-
room controls the entire ,I by two thirty-six inch fans placedin ,One of their touchdowns was made
BY LATEST TYPE OFAIRCONDITIONING I ,fore the opening date of the drive.
refrigerating process and the action the roof of the back porch. 'on an intercepted Tiger pass and
,is accelerated only as cooler air Air entering the building is driedas I FATHER OF MRS. BAKER: two others were set up by long
'is needed. Two Westinghouse com- it enters in the coils In the I DIES IN LAKELAND: passes of between thirty and forty \p
pressors, one 30 h.p. and one ceiling and the moisture taken out, yards comletely over the entire
[25 h.p. are used and are so arranged when the air outside is humid, Clifford Daniel Hawley, 58, Clewiston backfield.

Members of the office force of that not all the power from sometimes runs a full inch stream.Is father of Mrs. J. E. Baker, of The starting 'line-up for the
one of these compressors will be Clewiston died Thursday at 6:30in Tigers was Bill Davis, center and
the United States Sugar Corporation -
used 'unless necessary and yet both the Morrell Memorial Hospital captain, A. D. Frith, left end, Paul
and visitors to the new offices will automatically go into actionif in Lakeland. Mr. Hawley was a Slonaker, right end; Sam Langat
will be cooled in summer and kept needed. The refrigerant circulates Your Subscription Paid I retired railway conductor and had left half, Carol Reddish at right
warm in winter by the very latest around the water as a gas and is lived in and near Lakeland for half and Bill Vent, tailback.
type of air-conditioning equipment condensed into a liquid again by i
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which was put into use at first cold well water which is pumped -

occupancy: of the new building.The from a 100-foot well located under I
process consists of cooling the compressor room. Water far if
water in much the same fashionas cooler than expected was obtained
from this well, the temperature be-
is used in your electric refrigerato -
:' at home, pumping it from the ing about 76 degrees. : /ji (<: >(
'; compressor room of the garage A'thermostat regulates the degree .
't, building into the main office build- of heat or cold which is desired -
'.' ing to'a:set of. coils just under in the building and the temperature -

'.;- the roof Huge. fans over these -can' be controlled., with Our Hearty Congratulations
coils blow the cool air to all partsof considerable. ,accuracy. The temperature ,
the building.- The building- in each room is also, con-
, mands eight.) thousand\ cubic feet trolled by a room ,thermostat' which
_ of air and the system draws in opens to allow more cool air when To The J.
" 3,000 cubic feet each minute. This the temperature starts up or closes
makes a complete change of air in as the temperature drops. A switch
: the ,building in less than every reverses this thermostat action in I United States Sugar Corp.
'- three minutes. In the winter time the winter time.,
. the electric compressors are switched Louvres in the bottom of each w
r. off and the system connected to individual office door permits 'the,
1 a boiler. Hot water is then cir- unimpeded circulation of the air \ Their New Office Building, just opened, is the.finest

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: Col. Lewis Watkins the sugar industry of the State He remained there until 1920 when ST. MARGARET'S CATHOLIC ,
destroyed. The people of Florida ho left to join the Cuban DomIni- CHURCH I ...:

:: District Engineer Is may well ask themselves the reason ObituaryHerman can Sugar Company at Central i :'

. '0 for tho wholly unwarranted attack Palma in Cuba. This in turn led I Rev. Lawrence J. Flynn, Pastor Kr"
'/ upon a worth while development of to his association with the General

Transferred To Army the State's agricultural resources. J. B. Scharnberg, who Sugar Company at Central Vertien- Mass each Sunday morning at 8' I
I in .. o'clock, excepting'the last Sundayof J
When one-third of our people are died at his home in Clewiston, tes Cuba.During '

Col. iLewis H. Watkins, district said to ,be ill-fed Ill-clad and ill- Florida, on the morning of October I his Engineering career the month when' the time is' ':h,

, ,engineer for the U. S. Army Engineers housed; when millions of those who 22, 1940, was born in Hamburg, o he had "developed a considerable 10:30. > :,..,
c desperately want to earn their own :number of inventions of Confessions are heard every Saturday -
;: district of Florida, has been Germany, March 15, 1883. He was various
.. ordered to report by November 1st living are denied that right; whenwe educated in the German Public I types, but as he became more involved evening from 7:30 until 8.30 I\; : ,

to Camp Beauregard, La., as corps are faced with great sacrificesto Schools, the Stadisches Tecknikum with the Sugar Industry, and before all the Masses. \flf I
\ engineer. Col. Watkins has been preserve our way of life, it Is Sternburg, and the University{ of his inventive genius became focused Weekday Mass' every morning at '-I: '

Florida district engineer since July most unfortunate that our Federal Berlin, receiving his Degrees 'in upon developing new types of 8:00: o'clock. /t1.'

1938 ,and in that capacity has beenin Government should prohibit us both Electrical and Mechanical Engineering equipment, as well as new approaches Devotions in honor of Our Lady -:

charge of the Lake Okeechobee from supplying our own 'non-surplus to and for the purpose of of Perpetual Help are Conducted :.i

flood control and navigation pro- necessities of life, and it is even At the time of his death and for improving the efficiency of' milling Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, followed 'rl I
ject and has visited Clewiston many more unfortunate that a person, Mr. operations.As by Benediction of the Most ,. "
. o the past nine years, Scharnbergwas
times on business in that connec- seemingly elected to represent the General Superintendent of the all people in the Sugar Industry ,Blessed Sacrament. ",J

t tion. State of Florida, for reasons best Clewiston Sugar House and of all know, he has developed dur- Religious Instruction Class for : '*'!

. In his new assignment, Col. Wat- known to himself, should endeavor mechanical operations of United ing the past 18 years an almost children Saturday morning at nine ,
.4.,. kins will be on the staff of the to destroy the Everglades and all States Sugar Corporation infinite variety of devices and here in Clewiston, and after Sunday ')

commander of the ''FIfth Army that the Everglades mean to the He came to the United States in methods to accomplish that objec Mass .in Pahokee. : 'I'
future welfare of the State. I am
Corps with headquarters at' Camp 1904 and spent several years as tive, the effect of which has beento The Mass schedule of Pahokee is : 'the of the Stateof
Beauregard. In the orders transferring sure, people great the an Engineer with the Merritt revolutionize the ,operations of 10:30 every Sunday, excepting tho ;,: :
Florida do
.' Col. Watkins, no indicationwas not approve re- Chapman Scott Wrecking Companyas the Sugar ,Mill plant to all forward last. Sunday of the month, when '
cent actions of either the Federal
given' as to who will succeedto Supervising Engineer.He looking engineers. Mass Is at eight o'clock. The public t !'
Government Senator
their junior
his' post as district engineer. insofar the right of subsequently joined the Dela- All of his developments have regardless of religious belief Is always -' '- '.= ,:,.a'
as they deny ,
Lieut. Col. Tattnall D. Simpkins is ware, Lackawanna and Western contributed to the desideratum of welcome in this church. =
Florida 'not only to supply the needsof qts fa
now assistant district engineer. her sister States, but even more Railroad in Scranton, Pennsylvania, every Sugar ,House Manager-low i+yY1.
Col. Watkins' assignmentin as Division Supervisor and duringhis cost,
flagrant denial of the right to fill FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHRev.
charge of 'the Florida district, her own sugar bowl.Qualifications association with the Delaware, I His latest development is one of H. C. Meador, Pastor
extensive improvements have been Lackawanna and Western Railroad the most important of his inven-
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made in river and harbor work by he established a Night School teach- tions, a new type of Homogenizer,
the War Department. In the Everglades For- ing Engineering and Physics.He and a revolutionary mill housingof The Friendly Church
section interest in 'these im- was married to Marie Mar-. which the details cannot yet Sunday school 9:45 a. m., B. -

provements has centered around the (From Page 7 Section 2) garet Schmidt of New York City. be made public.He E. Herring, superintendent.
development 'of 'new types of They have one child, Oliver H. Morning worship 11:00 a. m. ;.1.'f.
There are many methods suggestedfor was developing these and 8:00 .
p. m. sermon by pastor.
hyacinth removers, which have Scharnberg, who was born in 1910
the detection of sham ills and at the United States Union meets .
inven-I Training worship
aided in control of this pest to and resides in Boston.In \
at Clewiston
instruction with regard to possible Corporation, Arch .
navigation.Two 1911 he joined the Westing- 6:45p. m., Hodges director. .
of who indulge in company with which' he
prosecution men
Evening worship, 8:00 p. m.
weeks ago, Col. Watkins trickery.In house Electric and Manufacturing associated in 1931 and which he I Intermediate
G. A's. at the church
conducted a hearing at the Clewis- Company and ,struck up a close .
general, men ordered by their considered one of the most forward 2:30 Monday afternoon. '
ton U.: S. Engineer sub-office rela- friendship with George Westing- in
local boards to submit to a physical looking the United States. Sunbeams at the church at 4:00 '
tive in lake levels in, Lake Okeechobee. examination will be requiredto house. After a two year associa'tion Throughout. his association with .
m. Monday afternoon.
p. 4 ;
with the Westinghouse Com-
'report, to the physician within the United States Sugar Corporation, Junior G. A's. Wednesday at 3:30 '
he to Brazil to
was sent take
pany his' and their
five days after mailing of the order. objectives were not p. m. at the church.
3 Clewiston Brothers Men who have defects which require charge of their first'major con- "how cheap can we make sugar Royal Ambassadors, Friday night -
tract, the installation of the Rio
hospitalization will not be but how cheap can sugar be made." at 7:30 .'
p. m. '.S
de Janerio Light! and TramwayS
Planning For Future accepted. which involved a numberof Regular mid-week prayer service
Prospective trainees having acuteor unusual engineering problems PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Wednesday evening at 8:00 p.. m. w
chronic venereal diseases will South Clewiston
While in South America he be-
Gainesville, Oct. 24-An excel- be placed in Class 2-B and will
lent example of Florida youths!' not be accepted. by the Army until came acquainted Services ,Every Sunday: H
planning their education to meet cured. who was interested in Sugar in Sunday school at 10:00 a. m.

the demands of the future is fur- Every registrant who is physically Haiti and from that meeting his Morning worship at 10:00 a. m. Sunday School 9:45 a. m.' B.". C. 1,

nished by three brothers at the examined will have blood tests for career in Sugar began. Young People meeting 6:30 p. Flaniken superintendent. .

University of Florida this year, syphilis made. He left the Westinghouse Com- m. Rev.. M. M. Dudley, director. Adult Bible Class, J. E. Beards-

J. W., V. R., and D. W. Beardsley, pany in 1915, to go to Haiti to Evangelistic services 7:45 p. m. ley, teacher.A .
construct a Sugar Mill for the then membership campaign is now
5,395: LOANS MADE Tuesday evening service 7:30 p.
Faced with the task, of success- ....- Haitian American Sugar Company.of m. underway in Sunday School. I

fully operating their father's 400- Washington, Oct. 26-Home loans Friday evening ,service 7:30 p. Church services 11:00 a. m. Rev.
acre 'truck farm upon completionof totaling 5,395 and amounting to $21,880,420 in new savings was m. Ralph M. Martin of Alexis, Illinois'

their education, the three $19,520,490 were made in the first placed in the institutions On October The public is cordially invited to will conduct the services.

brothers, who occupy the same nine'months of 1940 by the 47 1, 'total private savings of attend all services. Christian Endeavor, Monday, '

dormitory room at the university, insured savings and loan associations the public in the associations Evangelist Pauline Shauger of 7:30 p. m. Lee Pridgen, president.

are each studying a different phaseof in Florida, is was reported amounted to $40,166,000 as com- Painted Post, N. Y. conducting

agriculture. today by Nugent Fallon, General pared with 27,391,000 on the same a series of revival meetings the DRAFT >BOARD

J. W., the oldest and an agriculture Manager of the Federal Savingsand date last year. South Clewiston Pentecostal church.

senior, is majoring in horticulture Loan Insurance Corporation.In Such savings are protected against There will be preaching each night The draft board now has every

while V. R. and D. W., the first three-quarters of loss up to $5,000 per investor by at 7:30. Sunday evening the sub- registrant listed and numbered with '

both_ of whom are still in the I 1939 by comparison, 3,511 loans the Insurance Corporation, a Federal ject will be "From Light to Dark- a serial number. A complete list 1

1 General College, are planning to were made aggregating $11,651650. ,- Government instrumentality. All ness". The public is cordially invited is posted at the post-office and

major in agriculture economics and As of October 1, 1940 the of the associations are locally own- to attend. Evangelist Shaugerhas everyone who registered here should

,'f animal production, respectively. institutions had home mortgage ed and locally managed, with 16 travelled extensively in evangelistic look up his name and take down
: Still at home with their father, loans .on their books amounting, to operating under Federal charter ,work coming here from Pensa- the number. Then when the
1": J. E. Beardsley, a, real estate pro- $57,227,000. and one under state charter. cola, where she conducted a success- national lottery begins Tuesday ,,''

moter and a member of the Ever- [ Investors in these associations Assets of the association totaled ful series. Come and bring your for the order numbers 'each man

glades Drainage Board, and mother, i!now number 41502. During the $63,735,000 on October 1, as com- friends to hear her. may then know when his numberis

o who teaches in Pahokee High I(!January-September period, a total pared with $46,381,000 a year ago. M. M. DUDLEY, Pastor. drawn.
School, is 12-year-old Bruce, who I
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agreed with such belief; no farmcr
, In the State wanted to grow sugar- ::1: .'{ :

.."': ,'- .. those cane were millions for about employed of sugar,unemployed.to in and be'the added thousands Today Everglades to how the of. '_!' A Community Newspaper e m }ji i l:1! ;I i

1 .. different is the picture? Ten years ,

.< of honest effort, clean operation, as :" ?;,{; '
well as fair and straightforward .

)fJ relations that,have according so changed to recent the news-outlook :i: Takes pride in every advancement of the com ; >.:" '< :;:

.:: ,'-' paper dispatches, Cuban' ,sugar interests :;: < munity and seeks through its columns to inculcate a _. .. .'. ,i,.. 'l *
;:.. ( have acquired land holdings "/'" of civic in citizen. have ;: ::
,; in the Everglades with the idea spirit pride every So we reason ..,;':,

,\ of operation transferring to this their newest methods of of :;S: ,F; ;:. : to view with pride the new administration building, ;"',' :: ::

1 producing areas, where various.sugar- :s. ) k' >', dedicated this week by the United States Sugar Cor 7 :: 11

v Cuban practices are, as yet, :: ,
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known. '...'. .:..-' ', / ..'' .f".
J' What reward does Florida offer t '' I'
1 i for demonstrations of faith in the :i: And we are proud of this corporation-of its great ,' 5: ,I

:1,i at State higher? For than providing average employment agricultural :s: part in the development of Clewiston and the Everglades ': *: I'I,

.j) wages to thousands of heads of :s.S.: 1 -of our always cordial business relations with its :;: II
': families? For paying millions of .:. .' I
dollars in State and local taxes? I .:. 0 ffi cers. :::

,: For supplying schoolhouses to local :i:: / ...;.- I

J school dollars boards in freight? For revenues millions'which of :;;: So we offer our congratulations'and wish for the ,, :: ,I

,j$ create employment' for the railroad .. United States Sugar Corporation every future success. :;: JI JI.t' I II
f. men of Florida? For millions of .S. ,
j dollars paid out in wages to be J';
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,:"" :<* chants expended? in For the millions State for of materials dollars, I ,," THE CLEWISTON NEWS i I

'\ supplies and services? For assist- ;
ing independent farmers in the ,

", area their in Inherent their right endeavor to supply to obtain the :I i: Keathley' Bowden Carr Settle Beryl Bowdenl' .- :f.S. :: I:

non-surplus needs 'of their fellow !

Americans? According' to one of .. s,
the Washington servants of the .
people to be destruction of Florida of the a worth reward while is '11NNN, :NN, :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..;..:..;..;..:..;..;..:..;..:..;..;..:..;..;..:..:..:..:..:..:...::.

industry, worth millions of dollars !

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COUSE DISCUSSES SIX at present and is applicable to Audubon Society with little difficulty, make of Clew- I TOWN TEAM WINS

those commissioners elected this I iston a bird sanctuary through the 'SCRBEVIAGE TILTIn

year if the amendment passes. Th Supervisor Speaker curbing of air rifles, sling-shots or

AMENDMENTS INTALK law would stagger the terms so. even other typo guns within" the a gamo designed as a scrImmage -

that part of the commission wouldbe At Garden Club city which would give the birdsa session for the high school .
haven of safety.In .
TO KIWANIS CLUBJ. elected every two years, always team Tuesday evening, a town team,
conclusion Mr.
Sprunt said
leaving some old board members Alexander of composed largely of former Tiger
Sprunt, jr., Charleston that he would plan to return to
on the job.. His'xplanation was S. C., supervisor of southern Clewiston at some future date. and players won from the school by a
M. Couse, of Moore Haven, the same as that heard many sanctuaries for the National Asso- bring with him his movie projectorand score of 2422.As it was only a
was the speaker Wednesday nightat sourcesthat the law was fineif ciation of Audubon Societies, was
his movies of bird life
always practice session the school used all
a county was assured of
the regular weekly meeting of the guest speaker at the regular showing at a night meeting.
the Kiwanis Club, at the Inn and' having, a good group of commissioners monthly meeting of the Garden Announcement was made at the of their players and the results

gave a very, Interesting and instruc- but would be a nuisance if I Club which was held Thursday meeting that the rose bushes would probably have been different

tive talk on the six constitutional a bad member were selected who afternoon at the Inn. ordered by; the club would be received had the first string played the en-
amendments which are to be votedon should be gotten rid of as soon as Mrs. W. F. Simpson, chairman of on Monday and distributedby tire game.

In the general election on possible. the conservation committee, had Mrs. W. C. Owen.
Relative to the amendment which I charge Playing on the town team were
November 5. of the program for the day It was decided that cards would I
provides for the equal distributionof I and arranged for the talk by Mr. James and Owen Winn, ,Munselle
Taking each of the amendments, not be mailed to members in the
Stone Bud
:Mr. Couse broke them down to the race track parimutuel funds Sprunt' who makes regular tripsto future to notify them of meetings.Six Roberts, Harold Vaughn, Charles
among the sixty-seven counties of the Lake area in his supervisonof Ehney and Le-
show; just why passage was new members were voted into
sought and what effect' passage 'the state, Mr. Couse explained that sanctuaries in this and five other the club and the names of several roy Jim Hare. For' the school it was
and Davis
this simply to set law Billy' Sam Lang,
was up a states.
have the of
would on taxpayers others were proposed for member-
A. D. Frith, Lynwood Dixon
,' Paul
with this provision, the constitu-
the state. His attitude was one The speaker spent some time in ship.
Slonaker, Carol Reddish, Junior
of strict impartiality except for tionality of which cannot be ques explaining the policies of the
Ice and
cream cookies were Waters, Bill Vent
Bobby Broadfootand .
tioned. Heretofore, he said, coun-
the one creating a seventh justiceof Audubon Societies, how they are served by the hostesses. Billy Perry.
ties in which the tracks
race arc
the supreme court passage of financed entirely memberships
located have made efforts to secure --------------------------- -
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which is being diligently sought by yet are game ,
every attorney in the state. all of these funds or a greater 'I wardens in the district which he

:Mr. Couse quoted figures to show portion of them on the grounds serves and ho* more. attention is

haw many split decisions had been that the original law was uncon- paid to the saving of lives of the

banded down by the higher state stitutional. Always the small coun- non-game birds than of game birds

court which not only makes for a ties have been able to counter witha because the latter have some pro- ,

great deal of expense with no re- threat to vote out legalized racing tection by law. ..
sults for those whose cases are If this were done. He explained why birds were .../:.. .-.o..';!.._".":.'1_.1" -<, '.'. ". ,,. --.<.. ,,_
so dealt with but also makes dif- Another amendment would pro- necessary for' the very existence of 1:'L"

ficult the translation of laws by vide for a parole'commission to replace -I human life and how they destroyed (; .' 'j
attorneys of the state. He also the present commission made countless insects which, if allowedto :: : "

showed how the amendment was up of members of the Governor's multiply without interference, '
designed to split the duties of the cabinet. The speaker pointed out would soon overrun the earth. This ..,?

seven justices so that the thou- that under the present set-up so balance of life was explained with Congratulations 1 .

sands of cases coming before the many cases are brought before the several examples.His .
'be handled. parole board that they cannot hopeto
court could more rapidly talk brief because he
was '
properly investigate them with to the ,>' ,
was en route to West Palm Beachto
The first amendment on the I the result that hundreds of criminals -
address of
. a group sportsmenthat
ballot, Mr. Couse said, was that are released on parole who
relative to the ; '
evening societies' ,
which takes. away the millage whichis should not be released. At.the. position, regarding' hunt- United States Sugar CorpL ..
time he conceded the ,wisdomof ,
required for each county to same
ing of, ducks. He explained that : ;
levy for state purposes of four and argument that a new commission they did not wish to interfere with .;. .
seven-eighths mills He explainedthe as provided for in the amen .:
duck hunting but only asked that
amount of derived ment could be just another political 'i.,1
revenue by
hunters not molest the non-game :: ; ;. ;; .
the state from this source and football of great expense to birds and that they hunt reason 4:"'i PHILLIPS CLARKE ,,

the various purposes for which it the state and possibly doing no 1 ably. Their fight, he said, was : : ;I : _. :m. i..
is used such as purchase of free more good than the present board. { W&t Palm Beach =
against' the game hog and those' .' ::\ ,. .'.:' > ;
text books, pensions, 'etc., and said The final amendment providesfor hunters who, when ,hunting is not"too .

that he could see as quite likely the exemption of all widows, good, occupy their time with. ; ;
that the state would be requiredto even those without dependents, to indiscriminate shooting of any ; : "G/i-{ ,
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seek some- other source of a valuation of $500. Mr. Couse birds they see. ,'.:.<; : ':";:" "" ,' '.>\ '.. :'. ,.
revenue if this were done said that he considered widows > .' :
away He suggested that the Club could : : -.V.,: .: f
with and it might be required that without dependents in the same cJ ..,:...

the counties levy a millage to take category as spinisters and bachelorsand '. .; .:: .... ..ti. ;:F'" .< -:' :;F'. .,-" -':;

care of these items for themselves.He that it was breaking down the The talk enabled Kiwanis mem .. .

touched only briefly on the tax structure of the state still bers to get a clearer insight into 'I

amendment which gives county further to permit this exemption. I the meaning of amendments and

commissioners a four-year' term; of I He predicted, however, that the was most entertaining as well as
office instead of the two-year term I:amendment would probably carry. 'instructive. 'I'

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Duck Season To
o1Ori elu5 > Davis knowing his world

history. Open Next Saturday
. HONOR. ROLL Dick T. without his car. ;

Seventh grade Joan Walker, Bill without Janice. ,
v aA e' e Ash k' yi
Jean, Augur, Nora Oglesby, Elsie ,,A ... !: Bernard without freckles. The Florida i
h r4b y' migratory waterfowl
Martin. Sonny without his hair combed.

: Eighth grade Nick Schiffli, :1 "Robut Taj la" without his hunting season, set back eighteen ;

., Richard Hannah, Sherwood Hall, "suthen accent". I days this year to coincide with the

Von Mach. The O'e: : club 19> progressing new federal regulations will open

j rapidly They have received their next Saturday morning, November

l'Sue JUNIOR NEWS {,.pitch pipes and the songs they : 2, and it is expected that there I
are learning are semi-classical. They :will be an army of hunters here
The junior class is taking things :1
II ]know have the pattern for their
from all over the state to
more seriously now than it did ,. lin4HIM open
j uniforms which will be ready for the season. .
the first few weeks of school. The "I
s"; in three weeks. They are
reason. Report cards were issued \ fuse I Another change in the law this
extremely attractive.
l' last week and you don't see any .' year permits the hunting of ducks
: Honor Roll students in the junior ;r 1i,0 yk. "a a69Aa. I HONOR ROLL from sunrise until four o'clock p.
m. instead of from seven o'clock
class.We juniors have had only one I Eighth grade-Sue Von Mach, until four as In the past several

..J:.: ', class party this year and at the If'cheerleaders Richard Hanna. I years. Longer post-season possession -
: present we don't have one planned ---- -- -------- Everyone is really happy to have of birds is also permitted under
Sherwood Hall, '' Nick Schiffli, I the new regulations.A .
but if you'll take a little hint Margaret Von Mach, the band members have made in
from me and notice a little later Mrs. Baker back with us. duck stamp, affixed to ,
June Hooker, Renee Wethington, order to play for us Friday. We your
you'll see the low-downs of a good Betsy Springer and Barbara Broad- look forward to hearing the band Seventh grade-Jean Augur, Nora hunting license, will also be required i,\
"get together". After all, Hallewe'- foot'' designed the costumes and they Friday night. Oglesby, ElsieMartin, Joan Walker. and the other regulations ;:
en is just around the corner. really are attractive. The skirts ,The seventh grade is making effective in past years will ,also be I

I,are of blue flannel and the skirts MANNERS maps out of' dough and painting effective this year. 'j;

Mrs. Martin, our substitute teacher are gold satin, carrying out the By JULIA OGLESBY them. They are very pretty. The The open season on doves will
and Dick Owen were arguingthe school colors. I two best maps were made by not open until the general, hunting
Manners make the Man! How
Curtiss Pullen and Frank Conkling. season on November 20.
other day. The subject seem- !
All these girls have worked hard often we have heard this said, and I
ed to be whether or not writing let's --
to this dance so ----
promote too often we pass it over lightly.It : 'f

was work work.and Mrs.Dick Martin said it said was: not"If help them to make it a success, is no matter of slight con- ,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.;:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. 1 1it
not only by good attendance but cern. There is no fiction in the 'i' .
;you don't think it is just try it by good behavior at the dance. saying; every word of it is true. 'Y. Y I
some time." Dick said he thought .: 't I
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he might. promises to be the best we have any other group of people forgetto ::: ::: :J
Miss Humble is trying to enda
yet had. If everybody will 'cooperate use good manners. We charge
feud that has been going on with the cheer-leaders, through the halls, we uh-huh our j
for years between junior and
there is no doubt of the success : teachers and we hardly know whatit
senior boys. Here's hoping you
our cheering section can achieve. means to say excuse me. Per- 1 I-
Gongratulations I.f
succeed Miss Humble. We are
haps it is because we all know
all tired of seeing them argue.
each other so well that wo
(Editors suggestion: They fight it BAND
.. out). bother to be nice or polite to each
I The sugar company band is go- other. This, however, does not + .
Everybody is happy to have Mrs. .
ing to play before the starting of excuse us from abusing, eachother's 't:' .':'- I'
Thomas back again. We certainly
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the first football game on the feelings. To begin with '-
miss her when she is not here. home field, which will be Friday we have to respect ourselves in ::: -.,j," ,:c!:. ;.! ,_C.....
night. The band members and order to make other people respectus. .Y. and "y
DANCE their director Professor Sturchio Why not. get out of the rut : ,;, "j j'i'
There is to be a dance after the have worked extra hard to arrange we are in? Let's try being polite, y yy
game Friday night.' The proceedsare a program for the occasion.We and try to have a little considera- yy yI
to be used to pay for the appreciate the efforts of the tion for others. It will make

cheer-leader's costumes. The five sugar company, Prof. Sturchio and others feel better and improve our

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There are fire-prevention weeks, I Continued Prosperity I
- wild animal weeks and numerous i

other weeks of special attention. J :
Why not have a Courtesy Week?
Let's make next week Courtesy + f
Week for Clewiston School and ::: ::: :'

extended it throughout the If ., ':' ,"f
year. for the .
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we practice being mannerly and : _._ i'
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the of the .:. -' t. .;,
Upon completion Who Is the girl that is slowly
but surely beating Barbara's time Corporation = _
Everglades'most beautiful with Harold? t : ,

Jimmie Davis is now raising :
OFFICE BUILDINGoOo chickens. He says Betsy'' can have I, ',;r :'{ (:,. ..
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corporation proud
it could be 'Dick Trenary. ii; .':', I.

I new fire-proof, air-conditioned, excellently Gloria doesn't seem to have any ,;, II
pulse-We wonder why. Y.
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appointed quarters so is Paul Slonaker's deb from Palm :

citizen proud of this fine build Beach better watch out! She's get-

ing.every den.ting competition from Devils Gar- J i.: Clewiston Motor Co. :i ii 1I 1\

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hero, Bobby B. .i, -- 't': 1
Dick Trenary and Bill Vent not .;., 't' ::1
cracking their corny jokes in A 't- I

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Nothing that we might say in this message We, too, have gained much in our association with
to the people of Florida would be more expressiveof .' these industries and result-getting people. We

our unboun'ded.'faith. in all that Florida can have been happy in helping in all ways possible,

provide for those of us who live and work in this to make; them happy people.No .

favored land, than is evidenced in the new office
effort or contribution that we have been .....
that this
building we opened to public week.
able to make, has had anything'but our heartiest

Built around the men who have given their co-operation and the results that today are exemplified

best that Florida's latent resources might be in this modern office facility, for our ,

brought to the service of mankind, there has grown friends and co-workers, as well as ourselves, are _

.:}: :a great 'producing plant that, in its every detail, f indeed most gratifying. -

'is' dedicated to employment, continued development -
Americans.Out We are Floridians and in that declarationwe
and maximum service to .
take much pride. Our life's and business' :t-

here in the Everglades there exist opportunities objectives are, centered in these Everglades. No .

for constructive effort unparalleled in detail of fuller development of this' "Empire Of

all America. Recovered from 'wild, inaccessibleareas Opportunity," whether for us or our fellow workers -

towns, villages, hospitals, factories, schools \. will be overlooked. To the obtaining of all

", ', and modern developments of many kinds have become the things that will make Florida a more self-
,, realities.. where just a few years ago snakes, sustaining land, we pledge our research and re'ff -

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:: panthers, alligators, wild cattle, and water birds sources. To the fullest development of men' and
reigned supreme. the natural resources of a land potentially rich

beyond current viewpoints, we will give every encouragement -
Thousands of miles of ditches serviced by
and the co-operation of every man

huge pumps, now have "Sugarland's"acres under in the employment of the United States Sugar Cor-

effective water control and on that widespreadarea poration.

many square miles of sugar cane rustle in I '
We thank everyone who has in anyway been:
the breeze. Railroads crisscross the fields of the
friendly and helpful in the things that we have

Okeechobee, packing: houses hum with activity, accomplished.. "Sugarland" lies before you a

for in addition to sugar cane, hundreds of; thou wide-spread example of the co-operation of rich

sands of acres, now under water control, produce soils, a kindly climate and earnest effort, by

many thousands of cars of beans, celery, potatoes, earnest men. To this happy land, we invite you,

,, lettuce, carrots, and numerous other crops. All whether you are a welcome winter visitor, or a
this has been made possible by reason of the help resident of the "Empire Of The Sun."

ful, constructive co-operation of the United States k
Please come and be assured that we will
Sugar Corporation.
consider it not only a friendly gesture, but be

It has been inspiring to' work with those certain that you will be shown every courtesy -

who. have come. to' live and ,grow with. "Sugarland., by theIAGE E -
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