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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 8, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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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VOLUME 14; NUMBER '48 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY' NOVEMBER 8. 1940' SUBSCRIPTION-$2.00 PER YEAR 1





.U. S. S. C. Begins: $70OOuuu Construction Program 11



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Roosevelt Favored In Five Of AmendmentsSeen ( Foundation Poured For New, "


Sure To Pass .

County Over' Willkie -' Storage Barn For w SugarSugar

Latest available reports indicate c

that five of the six amendments to TWO .1
MILLION GALLON TANK
the Florida constitution upon which Harvest FOR MOLASSES
1030 319 VoteCLEWISTON STORAGE
By to the Florida voters decided Tuesday BEING ERECTED

would be certain to pass while the Season UnderwayThe I

I sixth, that providing for a four-
The "monument to the Sugar Act i I
VOTES 485: TO year term for county commissioners,
of 1937" referred to by President
Armistice ProgramAt appeared doomed ,to defeat. 1940-41 sugar harvest has
154 IN FAVOR OF i Clarence R. Bitting, president' of the I

DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE The first amendment for the begun. United States Sugar Corporation ina 1

School Monday abolition of the state ad valoremtax Colored cane-cutters in both the statement last week just before 'I

Clewiston, Hendry County, Flori- was approved by' Clewiston Eastern and Western divisions of the opening of the sugar season of

da and the nation voted very much voters 175 to 151; the second providing the United States Sugar Corporation 1940-41, a huge barn for the !
On Tuesday, November 5, 1940,
the same Tuesday to given Franklin for the creation of a state took their cane knives and storage of sugar which the corpora

'D. Roosevelt, Democratic third- the voting people of the United parole commission passed 195 to headed for the cane fields Mondayto tion may process and not be allowed I I

term candidate for President, an- States had the privilege of going to 108; the' third, providing for the 'begin cutting and stripping the to sell, is now under construc !

other four years at the head of the polls and electing a ,man for continuation of equal distributionof cane which was then transportedby tion. 1 I

the Executive branch of the United President of the United States, the race track funds to the coun- rail to the Clewiston sugar ,house ;
Foundation pillars of concrete
States ,government.The highest and most strategic positionin ties passed 249 to 54; the fourth, for processing into raw sugar.
were poured this week and the
expected opposition to the our country. From all' reportsthe which provided for a seventh Functioning with mid-season effi- I pouring of the concrete floor for

third term in Clewiston failed to people turned out en masse. supreme court justice was approved I ciency the end of the, first day saw the structure will be started soon. j

materialize and the President re- However, if we ,stop'and think ,we 214 to 83; the fifth, or county com- trainloads of cane headed for the The entire structure is expected to

ceived better than the two-to-one 'will realize that twenty-two years missioner amendment was rejected ,' sugar house and promptly on be ready for use in about nine 'I''
ago on the 11th of November the with 119 votes for and 189 against
for himt schedule the
majority which was cast at noon on Tuesday, weeks or shortly before the first of ,
from the state as a whole. The Armistice was signed ending the and the sixth providing for widow'stax first car of cane was dumped into the year.

Democratic nominee received 485 horrible first World War.' The sign exemption' passed 271 to 78. the hoppers at, the sugar house and 'I:
The overall dimensions of the
votes here to 154 for his Republican ing of this Armistice has two The total county vote on the after the usual several hours re-
structure are one hundred feet by
opponent, Wendell L. Willkie. significant facts to us-the endingof amendments was: 288 to 205 on quired for processing the sugar '
two hundred feet and the storage
The entire county returns showed the war and twenty-two yearsof the first, 348 for and 383 againstthe began pouring into the hoppers on
capacity 'will be 85,000 325poundbags
freedom Since then
better than three to one majorityfor every coun- second; 473 for and 119 againstthe the ground floor to be sacked in <
nearly 14,000 tons of
another'war or pro-
has witnessed
Roosevelt, the total vote being try' or third; 336 for and 204 againstthe 325-pound sacks and shipped to t
The of these cessed sugar. The floor will be of
1030 for Roosevelt and 319 for war scare. majority fourth; 200 for and 434 againstthe Savannah for refining into the j
been heavily re-inforced concrete eight
countries reconqueredor
Willkie. A total of 1401 votes was have fifth and 529 for- and 164 several forms of Dixie Crystals.It .
inches thick and waterproofed. This I
in the of invasion.We .
cast, a record breaking vote for a ,are the American process people, still have against the sixth. is said to have been one of concrete floor will be laid on a I

general election the most successful starts of the
our personal freedom and freedom compacted sand fill which will raiseit
', Y Sleepy-eyed election officials toiled sugar house ever made and so far 1
some eight Inches off the natural
from war, a freedom that has not, I
I I through the night on Tuesday as yet, been touched, the freedom DRIVE FOR MEMBERSTO there has been little or no lost surface of the ground and keep .1'I
and finally counted the last of time because of breakdowns or ad- out moisture. ,
which allowed ,us to vote on No-
Clewiston's 649 votes near eight justments. This may be accountedfor I I''
vember 5. The structural steel, framework ,:
! o'clock Wednesday morning. It BE STARTED BY by the efficiency of the summer
In order for everyone in Clewis- of the building is being furnished
was after eleven when the ballot overhaul program.No .
ton to tribute to this great by the Bushnell-Lyons Iron Worksof
box was checked in at the office of pay estimate has been made of
the Clewiston Public School Tampa and this company will
Supervisor of Registration' John L. day RED CROSS MONDAY the length of the, season which
invites you to assemble at 10 o'clock have charge of, the erection of
Hall in LaBelle. Serving the would have been shortened con-
on
,
,
Monday morning, November 11, at this part of, the building. The remainder '.
Clewiston board, were Mrs. L. C. siderably by government acreage '; .
'f,
the football field. There will of the'Vrrk being done
Miller, Mrs.. R":..M. Hare, jr., Jimmy- I we of George ,Raymond, field, representative quota restrict_ ):ss s,:...-which permittedthe by "sugar: corporation= ...employees. ,
Wilson and A. W. Lawrence. pay 'our"respects as a group for the American Red Cross processing of:--o'uly half the II!
men, women and children.R. ;Erection of this steel will begin
.Latest available information is I was here Wednesday from Washington (Continued on Page 8) the first week in December after

that, Roosevelt ,received, 468 elec- .. W. Turk, principal; to confer with local chapter the floor has been laid and properly 'I
toral votes and carried 39 states officials relative to the annual roll
Draft Board Has cured.
call which will start next' Monday,
from 9
while Willkie received 63 Inn RenovationIs The building will face east and i;
states. Despite this tremendous Armistice Day and continue through :
Prepared Order lie along the spur railroad track ;
advantage in electoral 'totes Willkie For November 30. :
Completed which already been laid for trans- :;

received the largest vote ever polledby Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, chairmanof List For CountyThe porting sugar from the warehouse. j

a defeated Republican candidateand Coming SeasonA the Clewiston chapter announces There will be a large steel dooron

the popular vote was the that 'C. E. Miner will again act the east end twenty-four feet

closest since the election of 1916 as roll call chairman this year anda local draft board received wide and fourteen feet, high and

when Woodrow Wilson won over summer's program of redecoration number of workers: are being Sunday the master list of order there will be four other large steel j

Charles Evans Hughes by less than and- renovating at the Clewis asked to assist him in the drive for numbers from the Washington head- doors on either side of the build- '

a million votes. Roosevelt's marginof ton Inn is being concluded this memberships. The Red Cross slogan quarters of the Selective Service ing. Roof and siding will be of i

popular votes appears to be be- week with the re-decorating of- the this year is, "Every Adult a Mem- and now has the county list of order corrugated iron and all window and

tween four and five million out of dining room. Many of the rooms ber" and because of the great needat numbers displayed on the bulletin door frames will be of steel makingit I

the total of 'almost fifty million and apartments have been under- this time for such an organization board at the post office. Any regis- a completely fire-proof building. ,,,1

votes cast., going changes, chief of which was as the Red Cross an extra trant will have ,no difficulty findinghis The height of the building from '

Hendry county's vote on the I the tinting of the walls and other effort will be made to make this order number by consulting this the floor to the first chord of the

state ticket gave Charles O. Andrewsfor ;painting. the greatest membership drive In list. roof truss Is twenty-five feet. I

United States Senator 838, J. I In the dining-room seating capa- I history. The Clewiston quota has 'From the master list of some 9- The building will be used only a j..

Hardin Peterson for U. S. Repre- city has been increased with the I been set at 300 members and 000 numbers the local draft board portion of the year 'as a storage

sentative 804, Spessard Holland, addition of tables and twelve chairs. chapter officials feel that they can was compelled to cross off all those barn and the remainder of the time ;'

governor, 931, R. A. Gray, secret The walls in this spacious room are secure enough members to easilygo numbers except those from 1 to I will be used for the storage of '!

; } tary of state, 767; J. Tom Watson, I being tinted flesh color, which over the, top. 1082, the number registered in this heavy machinery. The large dooron i.

attorney general, 786; J. M. Lee, harmonizes beautifu'llyith; the Mr. Raymond pointed out to a county. From this list was then the east end was provided so ''I

comptroller, 846; J. Edwin Larson, light apricot tiled ceiling. Three group of officials and workers at made out the county's order list this heavy equipment could be 1 I':

state treasurer, 719; Colin' English large plate glass mirrors are installed the Inn Wednesday afternoon that and the order numbers of regist- moved in and out with ease. I'

I state superintendent of Schools, above the fire-place, and the ,money raised from the roll rants here will run from 1 to 1082 The barn is located just east of II

809 ; Nathan Mayo, state commis- two beautiful rock crystal girandolesare call Is all kept for work within the as. did the 'serial numbers except the present tractor shed at the ,

sioner of agriculture, 766 Arm- mantle United States and to Machine Shop, some
; being placed' on the none goes that serial number and order num- Plantation ,
stead Brown, 606, and Roy H. making this the focal point of interest foreign relief funds. This year more ber do not necessarily coincide.As little distance west of the sugar j

Chapman, 615, justices of the in the room. Several indoor than ever, he said, a good roll house. The estimated cost Is $50-
of how the coun-
supreme court, W. B. (Babe) palms have been purchased for call is needed because of the added an example 000.

Douglas, 518 and B. George Griffith, this room ,and fresh flowers are responsibility assumed by the Red ty order numbers are made up the Another Molasses Tank i iI

172 for railroad commissioner.The cut daily from the Inn gardens to Cross in the National Defense pro- ] serial number 216 will be taken. I, Construction of a new two-mil ',
This number the 4393rd num-
polls opened at 8 a. m., and provide variety to the table settings. gram. A Red Cross station vwill' was lion gallon capacity molasses tank
ber to be in Washington and
drawn
closed at 5:41 p. m. After election I The dining-room changes as well .'be built and maintained, at each was begun Tuesday near the present ,
master
has number the
that
on
'
officials had supper counting began. as the other interior decoration at training camp. the Hendry countylist group of storage tanks. It will 1 7.:

; The first returns came from district the Inn were planned by Bob The membership' fee Is $1.00 of list. But on markedoff be the same type construction and I!
after all numbers are
4, Fort Denaud, when the Coker, whose talent and trainingare which fifty cents is retained by the this count, the the same size as the tank erectedtwo i
not affecting
ballot box was delivered to Super- responsible for much of the local chapter and fifty cents sent to No. 305. So years ago and will make the I
order number becomes
visor of Registration John L. Hall charm of the Inn.BishopWilson. the national headquarters. This con- entire molasses storage facilities ;y 1
of serial num-
at midnight. Felda, district 5, tribution permits the work of train- E. A. Kramer, holder about five million gallons. I
ber 216 will not be called for 1,
/ completed and returned the ing in home hygiene and care of The new tank, of pre-fabricated
ballots at 1:15 a. m. Wednesday. Are the sick, Red Cross workers' train- training until the 304 who precedehim steel, will be 106 feet, 6 inches in 'j'
called, rejected -
hav either been
,District 2, LaBelle, came in at 3:45 ing, first aid training, safety diameter and thirty feet high and jjl
New HomeLots of the de-
and district 3, LaBelle, ,at 4 a. m. Building courses, life saving training courses or placed in one should ,be completed in about three .I\|

Clewiston reported 649 votes cast, and many other, things aside from ferred classes.It weeks at a cost of $20,000. !I

district 2, LaBelle, 186; district, 3, 15 and 16 in Block 175 the relief and rehabilitation of is understood that question- The purpose of the new tank is t f

LaBelle, 304; district 4, '114;, and facing Osceola Avenue just back of areas which may be visited by naires are now being prepared and to store, the _molasses, a byproductof n

,. district 5, Felda, 148. the Catholic Church have been : disaster. will be mailed out to the first fiftyor sugar manufacture, for better F
,
All county and precinct officials cleared and construction will be'' Only England and Finland, of more names whose order num- returns and for local use. Hereto- I

who won the nomination in the .. bers are first on the list. These (Continued on
, started at once by J. F. Tippey ofa the European nations, are now receiving page 8)l:,
democratic primaries last May were direct 'aid from the Red must be answered in full and returned I
bungalow for
five room Bishop-
elected Tuesday in the general elec- Wilson Lumber Company.The Cross, Mr. Raymond stated. to the local draft board LEGION MEETING TO BE i,

tion. Write-ins were scarce, outside "To carry on the work of the office within five days after the HELD MONDAY NIGHT: I

'r' of one race, but this appear- bungalow will be of the Red Cross", said Mr. Raymond, "it mailing date and the draft board "!I
.Y.' same design as that now nearing will then meet to classify this No. ;
,. ed to be the work of pranksters. is necessary to raise money. We The American Legion Post
.. An unusually large vote was cast completion near the Kolstad home.It must not fail this year so see that group and place them in the various 93 will hold its monthly meeting

\ for a general election. The Demo- will have five rooms and bath every person is given the oppor- chapter". on Monday night, Armistice Day, !

cratic Committee made a strenuous with screened front porch and a tunity to join the Red Cross instead of on Tuesday night .as '

effort to get voters to the polls, portecochere. The building will be chapter. BANK TO CLOSE customary.It .

and encouraged qualified voters to of frame construction with metal Considerable interest is being ON ARMISTICE DAY is understood that a special

cast a ballot. It was reported that shingle roof. It will have a plaster taken in the drive here. Red' Cross program to celebrate the twenty-

1,401 persons marked the state and finish. flags and posters are being displayed The First Bank of Clewiston will second anniversary of the signingof
interior
county ticket. prominently and a complete observe ,Monday, November 11, the Armistice Is being arrangedand

{ The unofficial county ballot show- The value of the two homes Is house to house canvass of the com- Armistice Day, as' a holiday and every. member Is urged to be

.(Continued ,fa Page 8) set at $3,000 each. munity: is Intended. the bank :will be closed all day. present.' __ _-

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Texas Under 6 Flags

HouseholdNeuis ,
Texas has lived under six different

flages French, Spanish,
IcLMLSCREEN Mexican, Texas Republic, Confed-
erate and United States. First flagto

fly over tEe area that is now

PAR E FN t O Texas and parts of New Mexico,
: AD 0 Colorado and Wyoming'' was the
French tricolor, from 1684 to 1763.
VIRGINIA VALE
Washington, D. C. (Released By by Western Newspaper Union.) In 1687 the Spanish began to gain
control and from 1763 to 1821 if
ON FLANDERS FIELDS SCOTT, playing was under the Spanish flag. Mex-
MARTHA
reportsto
allows
Germany no press
ico gained her
independence from
of school teacher
a -
but
tell of the plight of France,
Spain in 1821 and from then until
"
in in. "Cheers for Miss
this does not prevent refugees Bishop, 1836 Texas was under the Mexican
America from telling what is goingon. amazed Director Tay Garnettby flag. Then Texas revolted and

her understanding of the from 1836 to 1845 it was under the

A dramatic picture of French life 14f S' Y; aI role. Miss Scott didn't think it flag of the Texas Republic.The .
the
is brought overseas by secre-
of the manufacturers' associa- surprising at all-she used to Texas Republic was admit-
tary
ted to the Union state in '
as a 1845.
tion of France, M. Robert A. Dor- be a school teacher, you see.
During the Civil war Texas flew
det, who came in by Baltimore, and I I She hails from Jamesport, Mo.The the Confederate flag.-Pathfinder.
was not exposed to general press family moved to Kansas City,

interviews. As told the Merry-Go- where one of her high school teachers -
Round exclusively this is his story:
Miss Ida Lilly, was so con-
There are no automobiles on the vinced that Martha had exceptional

streets of France, because there is ability that she lent her the moneyto

no gasoline. Supplies have been cut go through the University of

off' by the,British embargo and lat Michigan. Martha took to college
er the German. 4 n t theatricals like a duck to water. TiIyjJJJJygifjt

There is a shortage of all foods, She taught for six months after

a complete absence of some. Thereis graduation, then went back to the t lir+
no coffee, no tea, no butter, no university to become head of the

milk.. Winter is coming' and thereis property department in the college 0I

no coal. repertory company. The company'shead

Some of these supplies are nor- Thomas Wood Stevens, tookan

mally available in France, but today interest in her, and when he be- I r i
they are lacking either becauseof came head of the Bonstelle theaterin

interrupted transportation or be- AFTER THE FOOTBALL GAME Detroit she went along.

cause of confiscation by the Ger- See Recipes Below.If "If I am a qualified actress

mans. today, the credit must be given to
Furthermore, the invasion of ref you are entertaining the crowd sheet. Cut cheese into strips about Mr. Stevens," she says. Follow these 3 steps as pictured
Belgian and Dutch find substantial V inch in thickness. them
ugees-French, lifter the game, you'll Arrange Afterward she went to New York,
-has reduced food supplies. So far in favor for the side the
refreshments ; by side, or fence-like on where she played in dramatized
refugees swarming all over the coun- same crisp air that puts football bread. Separate eggs and drop one ghost stories opposite Orson Welles. 1 1. For dissofie sore throat 3 Bayer,from As- ('>0

tryside have kept themselves aliveon players on their toes breeds keen egg yolk in the center of each sliceof More stock-the engagement for the '" t3.,1 t cold pirin Tablets In l/3 glass

the fruits and 'vegetables of appetites.It's bread. Sprinkle with salt and stage play, "Our Town"then to of Is eased very gargle.quCkly.'f. PaIR.

southern France. good social strategy to arrange pepper. Whip egg whites until stiff Hollywood for the screen version of

Fall harvesting and planting is 'everything buffet style and let and dry, and pile high on top, com- the play. After that came "The t 4' :

further disrupted by the absence of the guests help themselves. You'll pletely covering the egg and cheese. Howards' of Virginia." s
workers. A million French soldiersare want a table thatis Cut the slices of bacon into halves K 2.To relieve headache -:;:-'

held and festive to and place two halves on each sand- bodydfscomfortTndhesrtake- _. .
as prisoners, requestsfor easy Do 2 Bayer
like Thendon't.
you stampedes? ,f
their release to work in fields handle, and yet wich right across the egg white. Jwth: Tablets anddnnKaElassofwater. \
.miss "Arizona" if you'want to f l
and factories have been unavailing. l casual. You may Place in moderate oven (350 degrees -' (
see the largest and most realistic Repeat l in 2 hours. \-))
Three times Vichy's Vice Premier even want to set ) and bake for 10 to 15 min,
I cattle stampede ever attempted in tam era_-
Ched
3. <
Laval went to Paris to appeal to up card tables in utes, or until the egg white is brown ,motion pictures. The 700 white- ture.1f You have a

the German high command, and the living room to and the bacon is crisp. faced Hereford cattle t9- revel and temperature -
were
} pur- not go _
even was refused an audience. Ger- i, make your guestscomfortable Sausages in Pastry Blankets. chased for it and rehearsed for a :: = down-call does your
many was too busy waging war on after (Makes 8 sausage rolls) doctor.
England to talk about problems of they have helped 9pt.Y
1% flour
themselves from the buffet. They cups
peace. Both aches
and throat
% teaspoon salt raw relieved -
.
will this extra consideration. -
appreciate
yh this convenient way. Saves
V4 teaspoon baking powder r'F
COME'N" SEE IT hours of discofnfort.At .
% shortening
If certain leading advertising Natural colored linen, or rough 3 tablespoons cup cold water (approxi. the first sign of sore throat froma
agencies can sell the idea to army homespun cloth will make a smart, mately) cold follow the directions in the

brasshats, the boys in camp this background for your serving table. 8 pork sausagesSift pictures above-the simplest and

winter will see star radio shows, Candles are often used very effec- together the flour, salt and among the most effective methods

with glamorous movie queens, fa-, tively, when-serving buffet style, be- baking powder. Blend in the short- fast known relief.to modern... science to get
mous comics,' popular' crooners and cause they add both atmosphere and
ening. Then add .
The _
Bayer gargle will
bands-put on the' air. amaze l
light.If just enough waterto you-easing throat rawness in a
However; there is considerable. you double as hostess and chief form a dough, hurry.And the Bayer Aspirin taken

difference of opinion among army cook,'you'll enjoy the game twice as mixing lightly. internally quickly relieves the other

chiefs on this novel plan.. They are much if you plan a menu that can I Roll out and cut painful cold symptoms:
agreed that the shows would be a be prepared beforehand. Sandwich / I into 8 oblong Try this way..You will say it is

big hit and a morale builder, but makings and a hot steaming bever- pieces, each suffi- unequalled. But when you buy be

some of them question the com- age are a wise choice. Then wind ciently large to sure acting you Bayer get the product fast- A EI

mercial features. of the program. up the feast with ice cream and wrap around one 'you want. Ask for Bayer 1rEIl

If one class of sponsors, such as chocolate cake. You find it will link of sausage. Aspirin by its full name. R

cigarettes or automobiles, are allowed make a big hit. Place individual :!

to stage broadcasts in army Chocolate Peppermint''' Frosting. sausages (well pricked)' on individual GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN

camps, they contend that others, 2 unsweetened chocolate pieces of pastry; fold ends over ''
such as patent medicines, might de- squares and roll up. Place folded side downon <:
mand similar privileges and couldn't 1% cups (1 can) sweetened condensed a baking sheet. Prick crust witha JEAN ARTHUR To Know HappinessFor

fairly be refused. They also argue milk fork. Bake in a hot oven (425 de- month; then three weeks were spentin to love and to be loved is

that no commercial performancesshould 8 marshmallows (cut in quarters) grees) for about,30 minutes. Serve filming it in Rattlesnake, canyon, to know happiness, is to possess

be allowed in governmentposts. Few drops oil of peppermint very hot. 18 miles from Tucson. Participating beauty, is to be rich in the things

Melt chocolate in top of double Silver Cake. in the stampede with the cattle that make life beautiful.

Proponents of the plan retort that boiler. Add sweetened condensedmilk (Makes 1 loaf cake)' were 150 Papago Indians and 100

this would no more imply govern- stir over rapidly boiling water % cup butter ,American "pioneers," headed by

ment endorsement of the product 5 minutes, or until the mixture thick- life cups granulated sugar Jean Arthur and William Holden.

than if soldiers in uniform attendedthe ens. Add marshmallows, and stir 2% cups cake flour (sifted) --';" ADVISES

, same shows in radio stations. until they begin to melt. Remove' 3 teaspoons baking powder Remember Ingrid Berman, who

'Also, that it didn't matter who the from heat and add peppermint. Cool. :V4 teaspoon salt won so many hearts when she made YOUNG _; .

sponsor was so long as the show was Spread on cold cake. This frosting 1 cup milk her one appearance on the American GIRLS
clean and star entertainment. covers tops of 2 9-inch layers or top 1 teaspoon vanilla extract screen? You'll see her againin ENTERING

Note-Civili'an press aides in the and sides of loaf cake generously. 4 egg whites (stiffly beaten) "Legacy" planned as one of Columbia's -
or about 24 cup cakes.Frankfurter Cream butter add and beat
war department are strong for the sugar most important pictures of WOMANHOOD
'
proposal, but their military associates Sandwich. well. Sift the flour, baking powderand the year. It's being produced by

are not. Boil or steam large frankfurters salt together, and add to sugar Robert Sherwood, Thousands of young girls entering:;womanhood
have found a "real friend" La
and butter mixture. Mix, well, and --sl\---
until tender Lydia E. Plnkham'a Vegetable Compound ,
place in refrigerator. When desired. to help them go "smiling thru"restless
A FINE TRIBUTE and juicy. Slice = Metro has a new series under way moody, nervous spells, and
mixture
thin for use, remove from re- it's called Com- relieve headache, backache and
Finest recent tribute to a United on white or for you; "Keeping cramps
Break lumps with I embarrassing fainting spella due to female
frigerator. up "
States senator rye bread and pany, with Frank Morgan and
was circulated be- functional irregularities.Famous for over
Add milk and vanilla '
fork. and
hind his back, when 84 colleagues serve with mus- Irene Rich in the father and mother 60 years. WORTH TRYINGI
until mixture is smooth
beat and
signed a petition asking Rooseveltto tard sauce and roles, and John Shelton and Ann
Then fold in the beaten
appoint Sen. Henry Fountain Ash- hot potato salad. "" creamy. stiffly Rutherford as the young couple who
whites. Pour into
urst to the U. S. Court of Claims. Garnish with )>] rf' egg greasedloaf 'keep company. The cast includ'esVirginia Noble Thoughts
r: cake tin, and bake in a mod-
Weidler 'and Gloria
pickle.
There are only 96 members of the erately slow oven (325 degrees) for They are never alone who are
senate, and 12 were absent or ill Hot Potato Salad. about 50 minutes. : DeHaven. accompanied with noble thoughts.Sir .
when the petition was circulated (Serves 6) P. Sidney.
proposing this reward for the sena- 6 medium-sized potatoes Carol Bruce used to sell music

tor from Arizona. Ashurst has 4 slices bacon (minced) sheets in the 5 and 10. Now she'son

served ,that. state for 28 years since 1 medium-sized onion (sliced) Better Baking. the air in Ben Bernie's show, a

the first day it was elevated from a 2 tablespoons bacon drippings The smell of baking cookies star in the Broadway musicale, GIVE THE AIR TO

territory to statehood. He was defeated V\ cup water and cakes will soon be permeating "Louisiana Purchase," and ,sings'

this year in the Democratic Vz cup vinegar the house. Fruit cakes will every night after the theater at the'I SNIFFLESPENETRODROPs

primary, largely because a weak 1 teaspoon sugar be baked, packed and stored I Waldorf Serf room. As if that

heart prevented him from going % teaspoon salt carefully, until the time they are weren't enough to keep her busy,
home to campaign.In :% teaspoon pepper to be used for gifts. "Better Baking' she's studying dramatic art. :
.' includes fruit cake recipes "Back in the old days, I couldn't
addition to his old friend, Sen- Cook potatoes in jackets. Cool, f
ator Tom Connally of Texas the skin, and slice. Pan broil minced which have been thoroughly test- afford dramatic lessons, so I studiedby
,
ed in Miss Howe's kitchens. myself," she remarked the other
bacon then own
person who helped get the record- saute onion in bacon Desired Power
until brown. This cook book also contains day. "I stood in front of a mirror
breaking total of 84 senatorial drippings Combine and
for Ashurst was Mrs. Lionel'Atwill signatures heat water, vinegar, sugar, salt, and many good cookie recipes, from and made faces to go with the dia- Grant me the power to say
logue." She's getting ready to to things too simple and too sweet
daughter of the late Edward pepper. Add to mixture in frying old-fashioned Ginger Cookies to go
T. and mix with Fudge Drops.If Hollywood after Christmas, to makea for words.
Stotesbury and sister of Jimmy: pan, potatoes. Placein
Cromwell, now running for senator baking dish and heat in moderateoven you are planning on giving picture on the Universal lot.

from New Jersey. (350 degrees) before serving. cookies and fruit cakes to your ;1-
When friends it will be wise to Horace Heidt fully recognizes the
the list was handed to as gifts,
Egg Meringue Surprise Sandwich.
Roosevelt, he remarked: "I wish I write for "Better Baking" now. necessity for encouraging talent GOOD Il ,
(Serves 6) his know that if
within band-you Dluofi0llf
could get 84 senators behind me." Start your baking early, and
6 slices bread avoid the last minute rush. You you listen to his "Pot o' Gold" pro-
% cup butter (melted) may secure your copy of this gram. He eagerly introduces the u aaoml t' u"
CAPITAL CHAFF '/ pound sharp cheese cook book by writing to "Better songs composed by Frankie Carle, w..MCftso
Edward
H. McCrahan, World war 6 the pianist, and he's delighted that o4oL
eggs Baking" care of Eleanor Howe, >a a
Veteran, has proposed a new army Fred.,Low-
Salt and pepper the recordings made by
decoration 919 North Michigan Avenue, Chi- vB1tutQs
to the
war department- 6 slices bacon Illinois and ery, the band's blind whistler, are
cago, enclosing 10
a "Good Conduct medal" that wouldbe Trim slices of bread and brush cents in coin. so successful; the record of "Tum lessedRel4

given to all honorably discharged one side 'with melted butter. Place bling Tumbleweeds" has passed the '
veterans and draftees. RHEUMATISMS'/
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from fires to mur- summoned.
everything cleaning will be made easier and fluffy mound of this yellow mix-
ders, began her exciting career, a Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected the
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wise newspaperman gave her this Council of Religious Education: used by "you're a nice judge of beauty, I from turning brown. *
counsel: "Get around townfindout permission. must "
what people are talking about. say. To remove spots from varnished

Give your readers a little daily jolton THE GOLDEN RULE "Ah, but I had to be careful, Never throw away bones left floors, rub quickly with a cloth I

something they are gabbing aboutat sir. I've got to look after my job. from a roast or shoulder. Put dipped in warm water and mild

home, perhaps, and can gab LESSON TEXT-Luke 62738. For all I knew, she might have them on in cold water and if soap, suds. Wipe thoroughly and
GOLDEN TEXT-As ye would that men "
about some more. Controversial lould do unto you. do ye also to them been your wife. cooked'several hours, a very good repolish at once. Water removes I

; stuff so' they can argue. The big likewise.-Luke 6:31. "Yes," said the agent, acidly, soup may be obtained with the finish from varnished floors, souse ,

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them ,Hiding in a dark cellar will not i I
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Newspaper men
writers have a tough struggle to- life-giving power. Likewise the fail- By For delicious II

make a living. The pen may be ure of mankind to receive and practice HOW-, SEW RUTH WYETH raids.feast

mightier than the sword, but hungeris the great principles of Christian SPEARS pantry -

mightier than both. The best faith does not alter nor weaken for-the-least. just heat and I

description of a scribbler's plight them, even though it does deprive eat...economical..:healthful... !

came from a soap.king named Lord humanity of their blessing.It BOX WITH TOP AND COTTON BATTING firmly in place as shown in the order, today; from your grocer. j

..,. Leverhume-when he gave a job to may seem foolish to some to observe BOTTOJ1 BOARDSBASTED TO sketch. jI
think an Armistice Sunday in the usu I
an unlucky novelist. "I don't If down or feathers are used to

you will regret going into business," midst of a world at war, to talk fill the separate cushion, make an I I

said Leverhume, "literature is a about the 'golden rule in"a selfish inner cushion of ticking with a :

very nice ornamental walking stick, world where men hate one another, SCREW OR BOLT TACK top and a bottom piece the size of II
but the fact is that is the timeto SEW 1
but it's crutch. now DRAWER PULLS \
a poor the box top; and a straight three- r
the solutionof God NEAR CORNERS I
really proclaim inch piece around the sides. If O .
ADD 3'CUSHIOW '
He of Marshal Foch's as- for man's problems. Then too, letus I rI rI
was one kapok is used for filling, this inner I
sistants in the first World War, and remember' that the failure of cushion may be made of muslin. 1 rI I
presented with the Croix de mankind as a whole to receive the
was The cover of the separate cushion
Guerre with 13 palms when it end- truth of God does not hinder us from '
has corded seams to match the
ed In the second World War receiving it as individuals. Our relationship SEAM COROEO OF box slip cover. Lcr \

he was the only plane manufacturer to God is an individual SLIP COYER ; C C

.. who thought more of his country than matter, 'even though we also belongto TO BOX i
'- of profits and he did his best to aid a nation. Our lesson presentsI. NOTE:These directions should be clipped ii iI i
the of box and slip- from the paper as they are not availableIn 1i I
the cause of France He was A Great Christian Principle (vv. PAD top a booklet form.- However, complete directions i
Van amp'sPorkondBEANS
out of the country on a Government 7-31). cover it; then add a separate for making slip covers and for ( I
cushion three inches thick.' The making corded seams are In SEWING,
mission when the Battle of France The breadth of this Ii i
magnificent Book No. 1. No. 3 also contains valuable
came to its tragic end He refused principle of Christian considera- result will be a smart'ottoman slip cover suggestions. These 32-page I
I that either may match or contrast booklets are lOc each. Send order to: f
of the
to take advantage op- tion has often been lost sight of in t
flee to the United States with the cover of your favorite.
portunity to argument over the detailed interpretation I ti
Instead, he returned to France of verses 29 and 30. Surely chair. The little feet made of MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS i

-where he was promptly jailed there is not in mind here any drawer pulls keep the ottoman Drawer 10 I
from looking like a box. A corded Bedford Hills New York Sans Character
to .
The charge: Trying escape casting to the winds of an intelligent I
seam where the skirt of the slip ,Enclose 10 cents for each, book
His friends are trying to aid his appraisal of the needs of those to Nobody is truly unassailable until -
cause, but Justice is looking the oth- whom is there' cover joins the top, and an inverted ordered. his character is gone.

er way these days. His name: Paul thought we of give a self-glorifying; nor turningof any pleat at each corner of the skirt Name ............................... I

L.Weiller. combat.It also give' a professional touch. Isuggest' Address .............................
another cheek in physical .
tacking the slip cover I
does not teach that our nation '

Typewriter Ribbons: Cosmo Ham. may not defend itself against those I I'

ilton's: He shut himself into his who attack us. At the same time

room to work until the fingers of we must note that it means much -

dawn turned up the veil of night .more'than most of us are willing to ASK ME A Quiz With Answers I 1FREDI.:

D. Boone's: There was a time read into its words. ? '
Z w
when Maine was thought to be the >What does it mean? It means that Offering Information

pulse of the nation, but there have in the spirit of Christian love we ANOTHER on Various_ Subjects r4' I
been indications during the last cou- will
give of ourselves and our substance -
....
.
ple of elections that it is just a'' in "large-handed but thoughtful .. .ALEN II

+ 'hardened artery. charity." ,It'means love for our The Questions and several quite large lakes, and .ri I
enemies-no
small'withholding even three rivers flow through it. EveryWednesday
from unreasonable people. It means
... (The Prop.and Village Editor.,W.News-Press Wincbell doing unto others 'what we would 1. How long is the time from 3. As late as 1925 street traffic Night jT 1,
lights Fifth New York
on avenue
have them do unto us. It "re- new moon to new moon? ,
Ye ed just read in John McManus'piece city flashed yellow for "start WITHKENNY
,
quires that we should sell to othersas 2. What.is the largest cave in ,
about Johannes Steel gettingoff the world? red for "caution," and green for BAKER ,
we desire that' others sell to us "
a pretty good saying, "The "stop. 'j
3. Were other colored lights than
that we buy of others as we ,1
Vichy-washy French government. red and green as stop and go signals 4, Morocco. PORTLAND HOFFA.AL ,I
desire others to buy of us that GOODMAN'S rj' Ii i
By heck, that's taking the words G
we talk about others behind their respectively ever used? 5. A gaseous layer surroundingthe ORCHESTRA '

right out of ye ed's desk. backs as we desire that others 4. Where is the mountainous district sun. .0 'TI4EMIGHTYALLEN ART PLAYERS W'1DC ;'1 1

should talk about us Are we known as the Riff? 6. Cy Young, with 511 victories. JIMMY WELLINGTON r" :4i 4ia (!
What the Slickers Are Talking
City 1erCBS
.r.;;.> About How Abbott and doing it?" (Dr. John W. Bradbury). 5. What is a chromosphere? 7. The 150,000 Druses of Syria >'d I I
'tI : George i[
The Golden Rule is not the Gospel.No 6. What baseball pitcher holds never pray, believing that it wouldbe
Marcy Wescott, who once were smitten fs :
the record for the number of Stop ,
one is saved'by living accordingto both presumptious and imper-
hardly talk now, mostly becauseof E'St, r
it; in fact, that is quite impos- games won during his major tinent to ask the Creator to con- r 9F M 1
a part in his new show: "The M.cst .
White Haired Boy" Samson sible apart from faith in Christ.II. league career? sider their own personal needs and B s .t!

Rapaelson's new play about New Its Divine Foundation (vv. 32- 7. Is prayer an inseparable partof wishes. ',I

York drama critics. Seems that 35)). all religious worship? 8. The slope of a hillside.

Sam is going to make a composite The so-called golden rules of men 8. What does a Scotchman mean 9. The pigeon is the only bird Most BlindThere's

character about the sinful goings-on lack the divine element of grace and by a brae? that drinks by suction, all others '""
drink suction? blind as they
9. What birds by none so
.between an actress and a critic are all in the negative. Confucius having to throw their heads backin .
10. The world's biggest theater is that won't see.-Swift.
who is a married man My said, "Do not do to others what order to swallow. "
where?
goodness Betsy Berkeley of you would not want them to do to 10. The world's biggest theater is \

- Billy Rose's girl-factory, and Bill you." Others spoke similarly, but in Buenos Aires. It can be changedin KNOWN FROM COAST TO COAST-NEXT TIME BUY

} j Kelly, the cameraman, who flew Jesus, building on the divine love The Answers three hours from an ordinary KENT"rBLADES10o::? :::: .

down to Washington to become cam- which does good to even the evil theater to a circus or race track. MISSOURI
CUPPLES COMPANY. ST. LOUIS
eraman and wife Bob Ritchie and the unthankful (v. 35), gives a 1. Twenty-nine days, 12 hours, More than once a bicycle race has

and his writer, Fred Finklehoffe, almost positive admonition of gracious 44.05 minutes. been 'held in the morning, a bull .

coming to blows over the cast- consideration of others. 2. The Mammoth cave in Ken- fight in the afternoon, and a grand Sunny Mood

ing of their new play "Hiya-Gen- We are the children of the Most tucky is the largest. It contains '' opera at night. The floor can be It is good to lengthen to the lasta

tlemen" The new baby girl High God (v. 35) and are to live more than 200 miles of galleries [ flooded for aquatic spirts. sunny mood.

over at Mr. and Mrs. Sam Graf- in accordance with His standardsand

ton's house, who has been named what is of equal importance, '

Abigail Alice The one about by His grace and strength. Even

the Nazi spy over here who just Christians are prone to live as their THAT EXTRA FLAVOR IN :
YES SIR stoW BURNING 1
got fired by Mr. Goebbels becausehe neighbors live (vv. 32-34) until they i

was sending inaccurate informa- see how much better God's way is, 1 IS THE GOOD WORD IN U CAMELS IS THE REAL THING/ !,
tion he pilfered out of New York
and realize that He gives enabling
colyums. grace for a daily walk in that better CIGARETTES. CAMELS FOR STEADY.SMOKING/

'. way. ARE EXTRA MILD 'j P Pti'i :
,
Old Guth McClintic won't have
III. Its Practice and Reward (vv.
. .. any truck with the Fifth Columnists 36-38). -- ''I

' .' in our midst. Guth has a sign posted ; I
,
Jesus has already admonished His w
Y
his office door where he hires
I on
followers to love and serve both ', I
showfolks. It "No Commu-
says: friend and foe. The manner in ,I
nists Nazis Need Apply Only
or which that is to be put into practiceis
Folks Who Are Loyal Americans.

That's tellin' 'em! further be merciful developed, not by setting urging them-themto EXTRA MILDNESS ;: ::';:. ; "1\\

selves up to judge the conduct of

The Village News-Press hears others, but rather giving liberally to t EXTRA COOLNESS ,.\
., about a lot of famous draft dodgerswho ',
.
1 them in a spirit of love. This does
are using pull to get jobs in the ?e
not forbid judging on the part of I fi j
Sikorsky plant. 4
those whose official duty it is to EXTRA FLAVOR ,I

judge, nor does it set aside the exer- '$ 'It
Ye ed 1
was criticized recently for tests %
laboratory : ; { '
cise of sound judgment (Isa. 56:1 In recent ,} '
suggesting that school children dowereaverageofthclSother
stop
259&
and I John 4:1), but it does forbid CAMELS burned tiB: ,'I
saluting Our Flag with the out- I af :
and unkind :
unauthorized judgment."But than ,
stretched like brands ;
arm the Nazis do. Selling
will all this of the largest- :1
? asks
pay Dr. :
,'. Seems as how the school board considered than any of
:'' Bradbury (in "The Gist of the Les- tested-slower '
it idea the av-
; a good however, according -
to the stories in the papers. son") and answers: "Indeed it will them. a smoking plus equal tt GET THE "EXTRAS" WITH SLOWER-BURNING ,I':

ordered The measure that we use in erase,
They pupils to salute the
measuring out to others is the l
way the soldiers and sailors do- very
fingers to their temples when the measure God will use in measuringin 5 G
to us. The reason many of us I
Flag passes by. CAMELS
get so small a blessing from God is ;
-. SMOKESPER
Miss Zorina, the actress, has left that we use such a small measure in EXTRA

the bed and board of Mr. Balan- our beneficences and blessings to PACK! .,
i chine, her husband, by moving into others" (see Phil. 4:19, noting vv. 15- y.' ,4

the Ritz Towers hotel 19; II Cor. 9:8, noting 'vv. 6, 7; and y THE CIGARETTE OF COSTLIER TOBACCOS

\ I John 3:22, noting vv. 16-21). -...

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PAGE FOUR THE CLEW1STON NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, bid


The Clewiston News striped overalls for a week. He man, H. N. Roth, W. T. Reinhardtand West Palm Beach Thursday, No- Clewiston narrowly escaped seri

bet on Willkie. party of Coral Gables, Stafford vember 14, its performance further ous injury Sunday afternoon when

So did that Miami man who en- Beach, Phillip Clarke Dr. D. C. notable by its new and fine arrayof their Plymouth coupe collided with .

Published every Friday in Clewiston joyed a ride through the streetson McIntosh T. R. Post Valentine other super-features from t\o a lumber truck on a small wooden -

Florida Inc. by thc, CLEWISTON NEWS a wheelbarrow and a head over- Rotget, and W. T. Stewart of West Continent and countless Innovationsin bridge near the home of Mr. and

heels jump Into the briny deep. Palm Beach; Mr.' and Mrs. Earl presentation. Mrs. D.' C. Gorman at Lakeport.It .

Editor But think of this! Walter J. Miller, James K. Clarke Mr. and Racing with Alfred Court for Is understood that both the

I KEATHLEY BOWDEtf Black, publishing house presidentin Mrs. M. L. Smythe, Mr. Wilson peak honors in this thrilling European car and truck were travelling ata

New York, said as a result of 'and Mr. Sherman from Palm Beach; invasion in the new opEning good rate of speed and were unable

Entered as second class Post mail Office matter in Roosevelt's re-election he is givinga Dick Whiteside and party of Tampa."A spectacle, "The Return of Marco to stop before getting to the
at
February 1, 1927. the
Clewiston Florida under tho Act or 10 per cent raise to each of his good time was had by all' is Polo", fashioned and costumed bridge. The car struck the truck

March 3, 1897.Snb.cription 50 employees. Maybe we shouldbe the best way I know to summate in Paris by :Max Weldy, designer of body and dual wheel, turned side

living in New York, instead of this paragraph.If the Folles Bergere production, at ways and tore the railing off the

Unto *2.00 Per Year. the Everglades. birds do have means of com- la cost of over 80000. This is the bridge. The car was badly wrecked.A .

Advertising Hates On Application muting with one another then the last word in pageantry, its color few minor cuts and bruises

There's an easy way to identifyI. Royal Air Force Homing Pigeons tones, gorgeously fantastic garb and were said to have been the extentof

S. Bell, Clewiston policeman. He should send an envoy over for a rich trappings are like nothing ever injuries. Mr. Arey I? employedin
Devoted to the advancement and wel- few from the in America before.
drives the new black sedan with pointers Clewiston seen the offices of the United States
fare of Clowiston and Hendry County. I
the large letters "Clewiston Police". Feathered Friends because they The newly-imported horse acts for Sugar Corporation and Mrs. Arey

r certainly got plenty of experienceover the Big Show-sixty-four marvel- : is a teacher in the Clewiston school.

The election is over, the majority We've just solved one mystery last weekend.I ously-trained equines-brings 1u- h.

... has spoken and Mr. Roosevelt is :I that has been worrying us. For am making a written complaintto rope's most famous horsemen to

.., still our President. Let us all unite six weeks two trees over beyond the State Game Warden to omit the world's largest big top, now a KIWANIS QUIZ

now not as Republicans or 'Demo j I the Post Office have been receiving such embarrassing questions as to solid blue canvas with its air con-
The at Kiwanis
crats but as Americans.The I day-long drinks of water, although what you killed the previous 'year, planned program failed
Club to
Wednesday evening
apparently perfectly healthy. This when making application for
a
Couple Escapes InjuryIn materialize and the members had
weather last week-end was week, under the supervision of Miss hunting license. Marked one duckon
another current events quiz, a continuation
fine for the hunters but not so Edna Winter, landscape architect, my application but then erased Wreck from
of the questions
Sunday a
good for ducks. But the cool snap equipment from the Boynton land- the one and :made a two that might Time-
large group prepared by
last night is said to be bringing scaping company cut a large pan- have been taken for a seven. My magazine. Prizes 'awarded to

them in in great numbers. cake of earth around each of conscience doesn't bother me because I Mr. and Mrs Wallace Arey of the winners.: were
those trees, lifted them with a I I have an engraved "Liar'sLicense"
.
Hugh Johnson said he'd eat his derrick, tied canvas over their roots, I granted me for catchinga -

column if Roosevelt were reelected dirt and all, and carried them fish one time_ that weighed five i!

and still agrees to go through over for re-planting on the groundsof pounds and I had under-guessed the ]

with It if anyone insists. That the sugar office building. And weight; so I have the privilege of

would really be literature difficultto from their appearance and the deviating as much as ''double the ReOpenedA

digest. treatment they received, we don'tthink actual weight or number of fish

1 they'll lose a leaf. caught or game bagged. Upon
and B
further thought I guess I should Bowling Alleys
The sugar corporation has be- One of Clewiston's decided as'setsis tear up the letter for they could
gun the erection of a $50,000 monu- Bob Coker who remains an accountant -I
have asked how many shots it tookto
ment to the Sugar Act of 1937. It I by profession, but who get that one duck. "BOWL FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE ."

takes the form of a huge storage gives freely of his genuine talent
barn for sugar which may be pro and training as an interior decora- Do believe' all the ducks will be On Tuesday. Nights A Free .Ladies Game Will Be Given :

cessed but cannot ,be .sold.. I tor. Whenever you find a lovely et up before I begin to try, to With Every Paid Game Played
endeavor, to attempt to start hunt-
,interior in Clewiston, it's a ten to
I ing. After counting the days on
With the celebration of the lone shot Coker is responsible for _
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opened my license was late arriv- ..
signing of'the Armistice endingthe '
ing and when it did get here SundayI

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come soon-one which we shall y
my Federal Stamp only to learn

nation celebrate if as not joyfully as participants.RAMBLINGS as any. other that they were completely out hav- :yi i: It's a custom to throw OLD SHOES at :!=:

Fishinguibblesl ing sold through Saturday what

they thought would carry them ::yi i:: the Bride and Groom *

through the season. That obstacleloo :
.
.:NNIN:NNr1NN:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:MM:N:NN, :N N:N:N y .:MARTIN Bobo" TIMBERLAKE ( has been cleared, however, and :: Don't do it. y
Bring old shoes :i:
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:- i if nothing else comes up I'm readyto your to us
y
1 go-expense to date $5.62.2- ::: and we'll make new ones out of them +
.
With the opening of hunting seas- that one duck sure will taste good + X

By B. B. on the fish seem to be enjoying a and I mean to utilize every feathertoo.

brief vacation so we will adopt i Clewiston Shoe ShopGUARANTEED Ii!

.: :.:" ..:..:.(..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:.(..:. their half-brothers and sisters, the
ducks, to help us out. GREAT EUROPEAN, ANIMALS .:.
_
ITuesday's election brought to a Many familiar faces of' last year ACTS IN CIRCUS DISPLAY :::: ;; '. WORK. .+.
climax the chief topic of conversa- made appearance with the docks ,- -

tion for several months, and now last week; and the Inn had thirty- With the most sensational mixed :: AT REASONABLE ',PRICES :: ..- .

we can take up where we left off eight guests Saturday nightThreedidn't groups of performing wild animals y

with the Germans. go hunting. After a hot ever seen in America-those of Eu- :_: ,Free, Shine With All Repair WorkH"X :*:

Roosevelt's re-election political rally they proceeded to rope's foremost trainer, Alfred y
was en-
snatch a few hours sleep before Court-the Ringling Bros and y
tirely expected. It hailed y .
was over s
they embarked at daylight fully num & Bailey Circus will e nar-I ,' .',
the world as an event of major importance 1:N N:N N:N:N:N:NININ:11:N1:N:N:N:Ii N H Ni1 NIN IIIN NIN: .
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disappointment, saying the elec- and Mrs. M. L. Smythe led 6.':H..:_N:N 1.N N:N:N:N:.:N:N:..1.N N:N:N 1 N:N:11:NIN/ :N:N:N 1/N N/..:H/N:1.:N 1 N:N**VV%N*H:M#N#W{N:N:.%..:*V N:N:11:N N:N 1.1.N:N 1 N 1 N:N:N:N/N/N:1.:N:..:N 1 N:N:.1:N:N:N 1 N:N:N:N:N N:N I
the blitzkreig returning at a decent
tion was none of their business. But .11.1.yy ,s,3ii /
time to get up with limit for each. .
in Britain celebrations were in orderas YY k.YY
There has been +
some dissention as
the English press said the resultis


against there a sign was totalitarianism.of a, a real turning party world In given China tide In, ards to whether for in yet the but there greater let were, that portion many be absolvednow of Mall-their '!;.ii ENJOY A'N y:+F$X;


honor of the United States Ambassador allotment were Mallards, the balance :;: ; ;
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being Teal and Blue-bills ; -, ::
with
to celebrate the occasion. .s..:. .

In America, those who took their only one Pin-Tail.: All, I think, ..s..s.;..s. <' ', : .ALL ELECTRIC ...".. : :ii: .
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succeeded in obtaining genuine wild .: '.';-'.j" .
election seriously took the results ducks for that anticipated dinner ::::;: \ :: ; :;:
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good-naturedly, whether they won with enough. to invite in several of .;..:. .. ," '., ., .", '. '. -: ." -.?, .:..:.
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or lost. Roosevelt was lionized at their friends, although one guest : ; ;'.\ > "'::.-.:;;;:>:.'.0:.', ",. ,.'' ,". ..,". :..> -" ..'" ",' ..,1;'.;'. f. -'{' .;....i.s .
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.his' Hyde Park home by his neigh- ,::::: _,iJt if" ',::: ; ::::::
exclaimed that he hoped Whimpydidn't '; : ..... '. : .. .. .. .
bors and upon his return to Washington '" / -.' '. '" ., -.- '.> ;
show up at his house'at that ''; I t.\ .
by a crowded city whose time. y 4U' II

population lined the streets to i, .y.
Good and bad shots with us at 'ss' .. .

by bid him a large welcome number Willkie of who electoral lost I' Victor the Inn Martin over the and week-end party E.were D. ::;::_;: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that :Y::3=::


votes from, the must fact gain that much he was defeated pleasure I Stacy Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brent ::_:*: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the I 3::::

by the smallest majority of popular I and Max party Papy,, George of Miami W.; Gravatt J. M. HoffCOME and- ;:_i;::;: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently i:;;:

votes since 1916, and from the ..
fact that ,he received the largest ..'i..;: I and economlca II y. :_:is;

- number of popular votes Y y
even givena

presidency.Republican candidate for the O ...: :i: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :i:::


N Al Smith and Jim Farley, two ;;::;: 'give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :n:

did almost not forgotten agree in their Democrats who e ._:::_: your radio for most of day-and-ELECTRICITY is :;;::2 i:
support of
the candidates this year, did agreein ..t::;': one thing hat gets cheaper the more of it that you use. ::::;.:

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their separate appeals to the .: : : IY

nation united following citizenry the to election support the fora .!::;: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home ::::y:

administration. :_::;: that is all electric and modern. :ii:::
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There were some y
pretty chagrined ; .:..'
people in Clewistpn., But one of rA y:
the town's t.'' .s.'.
most ardent
Republicans .:.
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derived satisfaction from the fact !::;: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV-' .; i.
that she voted a real Republican .'I ..:.
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ticket this
time. Four years ago IN .s. : <<-
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election she discovered that ,she a day had or memorized so after NOW and LET :: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. ::::

the names of the wrong electors and US explain OURhomelinancing ,:. yy.
had voted a Democratic ticket. This .s. ..s..':
plan
year she started at : 't
the
bottom and yy
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marked 7 names, so she knows she ..without obligation to you ', t :"s.
voted right. ::;: :;::;:
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the unsolved mysteries r/.J .s..t
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Is the reason for the fact that cleared quickly, money ," .t.:


the this four Republican year years is ago.exactly vote'We what know in Clewiston it several was Clewiston is released promptly.Federal :::i: / Glades Power and light Co. I::i:


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Mr. and Mrs. Harry Salllnger BAPTIST TRAINING UNION: Polar bears, Himalayan bears i I I[purebred beef cattle, mineral mix ':

have moved onto the Government ENJOYS EVENING: PARTY Bengal tigers, lions, black and spot- tures, rations and parasite control;' '.'

I Reservation In the Bradnack house. ted leopards, Siberian snow leop- care, feeding and management of .:>

[ Personals ] Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hartsfleld who Members of the Baptist Training ards, black and spotted panthers, the family dairy production, market- _:,:

occupied the Bradnack house fora Union enjoyed an evening party' recently cougars, pumas, jaguars and Great ing equipment, and parasite con- j
week, have taken the larger at the home of Mr. and Dane dogs, all working together In trol.

house on the corner, recently vaca- Mrs. E. J. Vent, prior to their breath-taking violation of jungle The train operate' by the A.C.L. :;I

,, H. T. Cook of West Palm Beach ted by the E. J. Vent family. departure. After a pleasant social law. Never before has a trainer and iL.&N. railways will be "a little '"

was a' business visitor here today. hour refreshments, were served to accomplished this startling mixingof fair on wheels". The exhibits will
I I MRS. VENT GIVEN SURPRISE Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, Mr. so many species of natural be free. "I
DEPARTUREMrs. and Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mr. and enemies.
Hooker PARTY ON EVE OF This is Court's first
the
i J. D. spent week-end
Mrs. A. H. King, Mr. and Mrs. American appearance.The 1
with relatives In West Palm Beach.
.. E. J. Vent, who left Satur- Arch Hodges, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. leading horsemen of Europe FOR RENT-Small furnished apart- : j
day to reside at some location in Vowell, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Mc- -Hans
Starrburger, Vas Concelosand ment. F.. L. Williamson. Clewis- .,
Mr. and
and Mrs. S. A. Nail '
the Norfolk district was given a Corkle, Rev.,and Mrs H. C. Meador, Los Aserveras-with their
renowned -
daughter, Betty of Canal Point surprise party Thursday afternoonby and Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Woodward. troupes of dressage and ton-Arcade Ave. It. ;
were Sunday visitors in Clewiston.Mr. .
Mrs. C. Nelson and Mrs. A. R. .
liberty steeds bring the Big Show's FOR RENT-Furnished apartment
Broadfoot at the home of Mrs. PLANS ARE MADE horse displays to a new high. The v
and Mrs. R. N. Smith and Nelson. FOIl CHRISTMAS BAZAAR one block east of Clewiston Inn. 't 1
war and big money made their im- ,,
sons, Bobby and Howard were visitors O. A. Clarke.
!tp.
The afternoon was spent in sew- portation possible, as it did scoresof ,
'ti Sunday In Fort Myer.s.; Plans for the annual preChristmas other ;
ing and visiting. A scrap bookin troupes and stars who
which each guest wrote a wish bazaar were completed at the hitherto would not budge off the
Mrs. C. Nelson Mrs. A. R. Broad- for the honoree was given to Mrs. Ladies Aid ,meeting to the Com- Continent.The j. m. COUSE ('

foot and Mrs. H. C. Meador were I munity Church Thursday afternoon.The Counselor
Vent, together with a package con- Greatest Show on Earth, and Attorney at Law : J
visitors in Fort Myers Tuesday. taining handkerchiefs from the bazaar will be held in the steaming toward this territory on Hopkins Building '.,'Y,

guests. Each handkerchief was attached Administration Building, Saturday, four long trains, with 1,600 people, Wednesdays and Saturdays ,*

R. E. Kurtz of Fort Myers spent to a colored ribbon, and December 7th, beginning at 2 50 elephants, 1,009 menagerie ani- 9:30 to 4:00 :1Johnson's
o'clock. .
The bazaar
several days here this week on these were placed in a large gift will includeall mals and'hundreds of horses, will ,
kinds of sewing, fancyworkand
business. box from which they were arranged open its performances at 2:15 and ,,
\ to be drawn one by one. similar articles, as well as 8115 daily, with doors open at 1 "
I It
various cooked foods. Fish '
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and Mrs. Fred Gingerbread with whipped cream and 7 P. M., for public Inspectionof Camp
Regular business also trans-
( arc Curry were Wednesday visitors in and coffee was served by the hos- was the huge menagerie, including
acted at the meeting. The pro- (Near Hurricane Gate) 'i
Fort Myers. -' ", tesses to Mrs. Vent, Mrs. F. E. Gargantua the Great, and the long ,..' I
arranged Mrs. W. F. Clewiston
Chalker, Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Mrs. gram by lines of performing steeds in the ,' Fla. : I
Simpson, consisted of devotional "
M. C. Doke!: Mrs. H. J. Robison new horse fair tent adjoining it. Boats and Motors-Guide Service
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier and .
services, and a Bible quiz conduc-
Mrs. Alex McGowan Mrs. A. D. Rates Reasonable
Miss Lee Pridgen spent Saturday ted by Mrs. I. D. Leydig. I
afternoon in West Palm Beach. I I Dixon, Mrs.: B. E. Herring Mrs. E. Agricultural Train To \\. H. Johnson, Mgr..CIRCULATES.
II I iE.i Kelly, Mrs. A. W. Dodge, Mrs. Mrs. E. C. Mills and Mrs. H. C. -J I

I Arch Hodges, Mrs., Floyd Hanna I Jones ,were hostesses. Members 1
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Trinler of Be At Moore HavenA
and Mrs. H. C. Meador. present included Mrs. E. W. Durst, I
Chattanooga are spending a few Mrs. C. T. Hurst, Mrs. Simpson,

days in Clewiston at the Inn. KIM KOLSTAD CELEBRATES11TH Mrs. Leydig' Mrs. Foy Durrence, special seven-car educational

BIRTHDAY SATURDAYKim Mrs. John H. Doty, Mrs. Conklin,
exhibit train depicting progress and
Mr. and Mrs. Stafford Beach of Mrs. R. M. Hare Mrs., J. J. Graham,
pointing the way to still further
Palm Beach spent the weekendin Kolstad celebrated his Mrs. J. G. Niblack, Mrs. M. J.
advancement along the lines of I IG
Clewiston.Mrs. eleventh birthday, which occurred Hirsch, Mis. Miles Thomas, Mrs.G. livestock forage crops and forestrywill :,I
H. Brown, Mrs. R. H. Knight, .:1
with
Sunday, a party Saturday be in Moore Haven November
Stephen S. Bell jr., of afternoon at the home of his pa- Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. E. C.
13th from 2 p. m. until 5
Sarasota is visiting her brother, rents, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Kolstad. I Mills, Mrs. Jones, Mrs. H. R. Hall, m. Everyone is invited to see the p.

Carl E, Johnson and family. Fortune telling games and bingo Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs. F. D. Duff,
free exhibits while they are in
Mrs. W. C. Owen Mrs. J. W. Ezelle,
were played, and prizes were won by Glades county.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpsonwere Grace Ward and Bob Berner. Mrs. Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford and Mrs. I +"nf

guests of friends in Moore Wallace Arey assisted with out- A. O. Ward. Exhibits have been prepared at
the ,University of Florida Collegeof
Haven Wednesday evening.Mrs. .
door games. .1
BIG SHOW HEADS TOWARDUS Agriculture, through coopera- .1I
Party favors were distributed and
T. B. Shelley of Miami spent ice cream was served with the WITH NEW SPECTACLESThe tion of the state Department* of I
Agriculture, and will show: Good !
.. Tuesday and Wednesday here with
candle-lighted birthday cake. The
forestry and gum farming practices, Z STi:r.1 ,r j jI
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly. guests were Gene and Bub Mills, Ringling Bros and Barnum I
Kay'Bowden, Carline and Bob & Bailey Circus, with the world's contrasted with poor and destructive jl'l''

W. M. Bradnack has returned Berner, Jo Ann Crouch, Dick largest big top in solid blue, improved methods; principal forage and feed >x l''I

from Orlando '-where he spent the Schiffli, Harold Cannon, Grace' air conditioning, a new open- crops and methods of production; '

past month with Mrs. Bradnack. Ward Emma Jane Ezelle, Paul ing spectacle, "The ,Return of

Bowden, Mrs. W., -Simpson and Marco Polo", created and costumedIn
Glasses Broken Lenses
Dr. and Mrs. J. P. Higgins were Mrs. W. G. ,Arey. France by Max Weldy, and an Fitted nnd Scientifically Repaired DuplicatedDR.

visitors in West Palm Beach Sat- all-new performance, starstuddedby F D. GUDBAUR
urday. MRS. SDIPSON TALKS ON BIRDS 'a tremendous array of new Eu- OptometristPhone
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... TO JUNIOR'GARDEN. CLUB ropean features, will exhibit in 108 5 Collier Arcade
Mr. and "Mrs' 'F.: A. Flanders West Palm Beach Thursday, No- Fort Myers. Florida .
Mrs.. Successor to K. H. Oakley 4.
and daughter Phyllis, of Moore W. F. Simpson, conserva- vember 14.Foremost. BIG HEATER CAPACITY' I

Haven, were in Clewiston, Sunday I tion chairman of the Clewiston among the impressive AND SMALL HEATER

evening. Garden Club, talked on birds to importations 'is' the great Alfred LOW HEAT-- .
the Junior Garden Club membersat DOTH IN ONE I
Court, Europe's :most famous trainer CLEWISTONTINNING
L. W. Brown,' who has been their meeting Friday afternoonin with his three famed mixed : & ,PLTDIBING SHOP f

connected with the Ocala Broad- the park. Mrs. Simpson, described groups of performing wild animals I''
casting company for several months!, some of the native birds and Anything in Plumbing Fixtures This beautiful Coleman Console f

has returned to Clewiston. explained the, adult project for Prompt, Efficient Service Model, uses two burners. Each operates t'

making the town of Clewiston a independently. Both burners
PETER' CHRISTENSEN, JIgr.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. King; 1\Iies' bird sanctuary and prohibiting give a big heater's high heat, yet "

Elizabeth Winn Wayne and Mary shooting at birds. The children REPAIRNOW you can actually turn it down to a '

-' Jean King were visitors Thursdayin agreed to in feeding and burner's low heat! '
co-operate .................................... single Amazing i'
f Miami. watering ,the birds and encouragingthem power and flexibility. Circulates I

in every way. RUMFORD RIDDLESWhy heat through rooms, and gives you !'

:Mrs. W. T. Wheeless has spent The Club :voted to take a mem- 1. "hot-stove" heat, close-up, too!, ;
the past ten days'' in Fort Myers bership in the Junior Audubon So-
is Nellie Newton Automatic fuel control. Automatic i ii:
visiting her daughter, Mrs. James ciety. The refreshment committee I
Q M. Boyd, and family.Mr. served iced drinks and cookies after ,dancing in the kitchen? draft control. Low flame fuel saver. ,
I New two-tone Duroplastic enamel :
the meeting. Harold Cannon was /
and Mrs. Keith Hartsfield and received as a new member. finish! Clean. Work-free. Low fuel I

Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith attendeda 1 cost. See this amazing heater. !

football game at Fort Myers Fri- BRIDGE CLUBS I PadUew4It f
day night. 1,
I %
Mrs. A. C. Carlton won Fostoria o 1

{J .l George Raymond of Washington salad plates as high score at the :

D. C. Florida representative of the bridge club Wednesday afternoon i 1
;
American Red Cross was in Clewis when Mrs. Harry Knight entertained. -

ton on business this week. A Fostoria bowl as second

..--- prize was won by Mrs. Foy Durrence.Mrs. O Does your home need i I'

Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Atkins of Glen Etherton won a pack- repairs? Axe you puttingoff

New York spent a couple of daysat age of candy as travelling prize. needed improvement IECAUSE ih", .learned o new.Iep in'baking- Clewiston Radio and

their apartment at the Clewis- Mrs. Knight's refreshments were because you haven't the the starts with RUMFORD Baking Powder, and

ton Inn this week. Individual apple pies, served a la- cash? If you are, come in flniihei with opplaui Send for our FREE r.cip. Electric
book. Addrit i Rumford Baking Powder Box B, Company
mode, and coffee. Guests were Mrs. and see us and, we'will Rumford, Rhode lilond. I

W. P. Stewart, R. J. Moore, andG. Carlton, Mrs. Durrence, Mrs. show you the simple and ...................................., C'lcn-iston' Fla. Phone 104 ti I I.NNIINN I.
B. Clinch all representatives of Etherton Mrs. R. M. Hare, jr., most convenient ABC "

the Gulf Oil Corporation were busi- Mrs. John Elmore'' Mrs. V. CI Monthly Payment Plan . ". . . . . _ . & I
ness visitors here this week. Woodward, Mrs. 'Walker Nall and which makes it possible to / ;..;.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNNNN:NN1111NNNNNNNNNIINNIINNM.INMNNNN;NNNNNI1s II IIi

Mrs. G. E. Crow, jr. :,
.. pay for home repairs out of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Topper had'as :t: :

their guests Sunday Mrs. Topper's Mrs. G. B. Thomas entertainedher income. i [i

., sister Mrs. T. C. Mabrey and her bridge club at 'the Inn Wednes- CITRUS I I I

: nephew and niece Mr. and Mrs. day afternoon. High prize, a ::: :+ 'I

: Darrell Howton, of Tampa. Fostoria flower container was givento Is1 :s: !1/I
.
Mrs. W. H. Lanier, and cut prize, .'. .z. '
: Miss Edna R. Winter of West a Fostoria cretin and sugar set, qz1a .:. .s.. j,

. Palm Beach Is spending this week went to Mrs. H. R. Hall. :_;: NOT DOPED OR COLORED .:.: I,
. ..
in Clewiston, supervising the plant- Ice cream and cake were servedto :

: ... ing of the grounds at the office Mrs. Lanier, Mrs. Hall, Mrs. ::: Sweet And Juicy't':!: !
:: building. Roy Alston, Mrs. Carl Johnson, ,I
. \ Mrs. R. N. Smith Mrs. J. W. I, -Terms'CareTremark', A A

t: I Miss Edythe Nell Cornette, daughter Ezelle and Mrs. Keathley Bowd m. easy and are always are, _: HAMLIN ORANGES : .
::
;. 1 of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cornette, ranged to,suit your,conve-

s: ", ', has recently been pledged to Kappa Mrs. B. J. Schroeder won first nience.r :::: DUNCAN GRAPEFRUIT :X;:

} Gamma Tau sorority at Florida prize at the evening bridge club \ i f_
'
:.i;:. I Southern College, Lakeland. which met at the home of Mrs. R. BISHOP-AVILSON '.. ''

'" I; C. Wilson. The prize was a LUMBER COMPANY ;i 5: I 50c BUSHEL :ts;;: 't
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Miss ,
Martha
Nell '
Alston, who luncheon cloth, and a similar clothas t'l I
:': is attending Barry College, Miami second prize went to Mrs. Harry .
.;. Beach spent the week-end hero Turner. RlBl, I f X

:x: with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Wilson served a salad course 1 y
.;. Dave Alston. -to Mrs.
Schroeder Mrs. Harry f'
'"z."s..s'. .....-- Turner, Mrs. Blanche Turner, Mrs. P Beards Farm
.
Mrs. F. Deane Duff and Mrs. W. W H. Lanier, Mrs. Roy Alston, Miss f
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:x: F. Simpson were in Moore f _,
Haven Mae Palmer and Mrs. R.C. Nowling. 1
..i. \ .. Monday afternoon assisting the :: PHONE 66 .:

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& Cross in xy
organizing its production better
way can you give a dollarto

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It was made too want to get to the canyon by
THE CnLLRrUL CHERUB
red men, scattering at Pedro," said Bowie. "Push

of the rancheros, sent whenever you arc sure you're f.A,

of arrows at their But be careful not to get lost. I fell in love the. othe

and his vaqueros took for that, I like the rainy

the sudden confusion of Sabe?" dt..y.

to run the stolen senor." They the time

canyon and head them others of the party were cau- say

home. For a time to stick close together, to for tWt 15 -pring.

fast[ ; but there were no noise and not to attempt I spose I should hive
dians. Don Francisco The faintest
pipes. light of

treat, and the penetrating the leaden sky done it thenIrr -?-

THE retired from the field. the driving rain, found the res-

CARMEN RANCHO As the leader of riding fast. They reached the > klwfc.y.jte \

OF Don Francisco was the entrance an hour later, but ?.: vithe..ve.rything.

from the scene of high walls shut out the added .

ster was fearless and utmost caution was

By FRANK H. SPEARMAN Frank H. Spearman' WNU Service Unhappily, as he in threading the winding re- rt'1ct "

comrades arrow Pedro suddenly halted and

SYNOPSIS ber, you are always welcome, with tween the shoulders. for Bowie to come up. "Here &

, your friends, at Guadalupe. And if he swayed in his he
place, senor, whispered, ...."
Don Alfredo, wealthy. Spanish owner of a you honor us again with your com- he had galloped a to a sharp rock that jutted .
Southern California rancho refuses to heed I shall be careful not to lead WNU Service.SERVICES
pany striving to cling to from the floor. "The
several warnings of a raid by a band of up canyon
outlaws Sierra Indians. One day after he you into any more bear traps. You pitched forward was here."

,has finally decided to seek the protection have saved my life." ground.A we'd better
scout ahead
of the nearby mission for his wife and fame a
fly the Indians strike. Dun Alfredo is killed score of Indian to look for Indians. We'll go
and his two young daughters are torn from As the last day of his stay approached hot pursuit yelled in foot." CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

the arms of the family's faithful maid Bowie began to wonder fell. His companions
the hills. to Pardaloe and Sim-
to spoke
carried
Monica, and are away
friend of the whether he should catch a final tempt a rescue. But
Padre Pasqual. missionary I "Pedro and Iwill, work ahead,
at the ruins of the ranch and glimpse of the girl who had
family, arrives young line of pursuers had ; "
he "You fol
of the raid from Monica. explained. boys
learns the
story his much since
occupied thoughts so the fallen Don, and "
and difficult trip across the
priming
After a trying Keep your pans dry.
plains and mountains from Texas to Cali coming to the rancho. She had been few Californians were
Henry Bowie, a Texas adventurer and home horses were left with the va-
fornia youthful visiting in Monterey came without being able '
with his friends Ben Pardaloeand and his and the four stole forward OFFERED
Simmie an Indian scout, sight the partyof the night before Bowie youthful leader. foot. v-s
Indians who have carried off the two scouts took their departure.The The
Texans attack the duty of bootless search with Vital war minerals In demand. Mineralsand
The three was a no
little girls.
the
in the
scene morning as of the ores Identified. $2.00 each. Send small
of his
war party of fifty-odd Indians. The girls their capture of the Indians. Daylight was sample. Assays and analyses also furnished -
out trio made ready to mount
saved. The group makes Its way .
are put upon Don Write for prices and Information.
of the hills and meets the distraught Monica horses was a lovely one. The sun est of the advanced by the time the four Louis Strange; Box 613, Guthrie, ,Ky.
the children's maid. The girls are left the young men. covered the canyon and Pedro
had broken into flame above
Padre at a he headed his
with Monica and the friendly
mission, and the Texans proceed to Monte eastern Sierras and flung its billowsof living The signaled for the horses.
rey. Here Bowie completes his business for gold over the land. They livenedthe room. back, the quartette found BABY CHICKS
Gen. Sam Houston of Texas who has com fortunately, there vaqueros riding in circles over
missioned him to deliver an Important mes spreading green of the pepper Dona Maria and H 1BABY (
sage. Bowie decides to have a look at trees and brightened the pink tips of scene of the fight of the day be- FREE M fwd time only) withEorders for
the wild untamed California. Bowie disappears the burgeoning oaks. er had Don Guillermo They had counted, when Bow- CHICKS II 10 assorted.bitYC chicks !only
,
but returns eight years later and all seemed to grasp CullsfUveDe"VeryC..r8ateed.
elev-
them bodies of
makes the acquaintance of a friendly Spanish The family were grouped together. ings at the Postpa'd. Send M. O.for Prompt Shipment
family at the Rancho Guadalupe. He is After good-bys to Don Ramon and once. dead Indians, but there was no ATLAS CHICK CO.., St. Louis. Mo.
attracted by the lovely Carmen daughter Don Ramon sank, of Don Francisco. Once more .
ol Don Ramon the rancho's owner. the Dona, Carmen came forward, q.,
Bowie saves Don Ramon's life in a fierce with her cousin Francisco for in- chair. Dona Maria ordered the party up the can-
and Carmen, ghastly, to the trail. He him- Joy the Mainspring
fight with a huge grizzly bear. terpreter, to thank Bowie for the pick up
Like ,wildfire the bad was riding slowly ahead, alone Joy' is the mainspring in the
claws. Bowie yielded to an impulse
to the servant under a driving rain, across a whole round of everlasting nature;
and Carmen to
stepped to
CHAPTER VIIContinued8 up that night, was a of loose rock and shale when joy 'moves the wheels of the great
thank her for the Canton jar. "SinceI
drawn from the trail by timepiece of' the world she it is
eye was ;
can't take it with me I have left ing.It
"Carmen had a sweetheart, Don was nearing object lying near to a clump of that loosens flowers from their
it in the of Don Francisco he
Ramon de Haro. He had a twin brother car clattering hoofs trees. He reined toward it. buds, suns from their firmaments,

Now if you are an admirer explained. "It" was most kind of ,side. Carmen, in the ked again, hesitated, then sprang rolling spheres in distant space
senorita he said while Don
"
'of General Fremont Don Fran- you was still trying to his horse. It might be the seen not by the glass of the astron-
Francisco "to think of
;cisco interrupted himself to say translated er; Don Ramon sat body of a dead Indian., But omer.-Schiller. ,
would not like to hear this." the stranger within the gates. I
"you dying fire. He had look brought a shock; it was

"Fremont," said Bowie, "means shall not forget it. cigar and given ,rain-sodden body of Don Fran- .
He watched her narrowly as Don .
nothing to me. ful thoughts. At the I

"The brothers one day this Francisco repeated his words, but men he stirred and
saddle blanket was stretched on
spring, took a boat at Yerba Buenato her manner was reserved, her smile rapping on the door,' ground. The dead lad was MOROLINEI//
cool. Yet at the end as he turned
row over to San Rafael. They answering, "Adelante! ed_ in it and slung' across the

wanted to see Fremont about get- away he thought, perhaps imagined, thought some of the of a horse, and with every

ting pay for a bunch of steers his that a faint flush crept' unwelcomedinto returned. against ambush the so-

men had taken from the De Haro her cheeks. The visitor strode horsemen made'their Wa-y back KnowledgeThat

(irancho. They took with them, an "If ever I am happy enough to ward and spoke open country and the ranch. At jewel knowledge is great

old friend, Don Jose de Berreyesa, revisit Guadalupe ." remarked "You do not insistence Pedro rode ahead riches, which is not plundered by

'to interpret. The three men landedat Bowie, soliloquizing, as he rode Ramon. It is more break the news; he himself did kinsmen, nor carried off by

San Rafael, and when they were away, "I shall certainly have I have seen you. I feel equal to it. thieves, nor decreased-- by giving.Bhavabhuti .

seen by Fremont he detailed threeto learned to speak Spanish. In" fact, it, the Texan." wails greeted the little caval- : .. '
meet them and kill them." I won't come back till I can.
The Don's gloomy bearings."I as 'approached'' the rancho.
"Kill them?" echoed Bowie, sur- He kept his word. They heard ened. "Senor!" he and children made no ef

prised. from him at Guadalupe. For months could be more to restrain their grief. At the DON'T BE- BOSSED

"Listen," continued Don Francisco. after the Texan had ridden away sorry that you find : house door Don Ramon, stern

"One of these three men sent there came from upriver almost en.", and bitter, stood with Dona BY YOUR LAXATIVE-RELIEVE

by Fremont was his scout Kit Car- regularly, choice bits of game from Bowie raised his who was supported by Car- CONSTIPATION THIS MODERN WAY

son. Carson, before he set out, Bowie-saddles of venison and elk; why I am here. ., 'the two women in tears. They When you,feel gassy, headachy, logy

asked Fremont whether he should Canadian geese; mallard ducks and, reached me in their sobs as best they due to clogged-up bowels, do as millions

take these three Californians pris- not infrequently, pelts, from the came down the river while Don Francisco was awk- do-take Feen-A-Mint at bedtime. Next

oners. Fremont .growled, 'I've got. north, of the silver-tipped fox. Of with Pardaloe and but tenderly carried in by morning-thorough helping you start the, comfortable day full of relief your,

for these there were always two, soft batch of furs. tall Texan and laid the
no room, prisoners. a They on young normal energy and pep, feeling like a
"Carson and his two men dismounted tanned and deep piled for the Dona- And I came at once own bed and in his darkened million! Feen-A-Mint doesn't disturb

and her daughter. that I to your night's rest or interfere with work the
about fifty yards from the help can my .
"The Texan has the instincts of next day. Try Feen-A-Mint, the chewinggum
and who a Francisco and Ramon summoned Dr. Doane
De Haro boys Berreyesa yourse laxative,yourself.It tastes good,it's
were walking up the hill unarmed gentleman, observed Don Ramonat Don Ramon Monterey, and under his skill- handy and economical...a family supply

and covering them with rifles deliberately dinner, one evening, "since he tragedy and said the hands the features of Don Fran- cO sHe onlyIQt

. ,shot the three." exaggerates in his mind the slight waiting for daybreak as he lay in the candlelight FEEN.A.MINT

hospitality we have been able to extend for pursuit. in his coffin
Bowie tightened up a little. "Is next night rough ,
to him'and his men. Nor does "You tell me that less terrible 'more nat-
that the kind of a man Fremont is? nearly
he asked. he forget Padre Martinez, for Pe- him? May I' go to the and, in some measure, more Knew It

"Judge for yourself," returned dro tells me that Santa Clara receives ters to speak with to those who gathered "I liked living in the country.

Don Francisco succinctly.For much courtesy from him-not "Stay. He will him to recite the prayers of Never paid a doctor's bill all the

a moment Bowie made no alone in gifts of compliment, but- men, tell Pepita to dead. Indeed the whole night time I was there."

comment. "I've heard some tough so Pedro says-he and his men have When the voices raised to heaven "So the doctor',told me."

stories about him" he said slowly helped the padres recover horses peared Bowie plied intercession for a dear one. Hour
''and sometimes cattle driven off
"but nothing to equal that." by questions. Don hour groups of the household,

buried the boys-fine thieving Indians. pressed by the master and mistress to the
"They young
fellows-and Berreyesa. You "The Indians are growing con- Bowie reconstructed, of the servants, relieved one ; stCOLDSc
poor "
stantly bolder, Don Ramon, said
how Californiansfelt. the fatal fight. It in vigil beside the rude bier.
imagine
can." his ,nephew indignantly. "I hear it he had, been there. day, lying before the mission ccie
on every hand. They raid our neigh-
while Padre Martinez and his
"I can. bors already. Soon they will be CHAPTER assistant intoned the TABLETS
Carmen wild. Don
"Senorita was after our horses. Yosco and Stani- 6' 6' 6'LIQUID SALVE
Ramon and she were not what you : of Requiem, the youthful vie NOSE DROPS
slaus long ago taught them rebel- COUGH DROPS
"You can
but say you seemed in his repose almost to
engaged, they were deeplyin
say,
lion. They need to be driven out of "
In the dark?
love. I really believe if she could words of consolation to those

have got hold of Fremont she would these mountains. "Without doubt, I still mourned him with unceas- WNU-7 45-40
"Don't undertake it yourself, Don
have strangled hiim. No wonder she "And you think sobs. ,Bowie had never seen
hates Americanos." Francisco remarked his uncle, band?" / x such a Catholic funeral. The Power to Do

who knew his fiery disposition. "Yosco led them, ritual, the marked rever- When there's a log to lift, an old
Bowie's Martinez
padre surgeon, "Nevertheless, my uncle, you will will and
man grunt a young man
the uplifted hands of the sup-
came often. When the danger had himBowie '
them trouble if
see give us they are it
turned to Don pick up.
at the altar, joined by those
passed he confessed he had greatly not lesson." r
taught a
dro seems sure he at times at the altar rail-
feared infection. "But I should have
Don Francisco t'6o
proved good a of the fight.
ground him beyond any spectacle he .
known better he said one day. prophet. The horse-stealing Indiansdid Today's popularityof
once. witnessed. Doan's Pills after
"Texans are strong blooded. You ever
bolder. Their .
grow depredations "Pedro many years of worldwide
might Doane spent the night at
may be discharged from my care, increased, and they raided the big use, surely must
let see-it is four weeks. You a night like this, and sat late with Bowie I be accepted as evidenceof
us
ranchos with less fear of
consequences hard." satisfactory use.
ing Don Ramon. Again the mas-
'Senor Bowie. What
lucky man
are a : Every young Californian And favorable public
will do now?" Bowie shook his of the rancho talked with the opinion, supports that
you along the foothills was angry. They hour is precious if about taking over the man- of the able physicians
This was the question that was demanded something be done.by the alive. The Indians domain. who test the value of
of the great Doan's under exacting
asked in the Estrada
being family.
soldiers at the mission or the pre before laboratory conditions.
prisoner than I need
"Now more ever you,
discussions
in which
After prolonged sidio. These physicians too, approve every word
Padre Martinez was consulted Don they drove off the Bowie," said Don Ramon qui- of advertising you read, the objective of
But the authorities were indolent. ,
have remained which is only to recommend Doan's Pill
may "My nephew was my right .
Ramon spoke to Bowie. Following minor depredations at as a good diuretic treatment for disorder
Vamos! without him, I am helpless. of the kidney function
; and for relief of
"You have to California
to the
come Rancho Pinole, Indians, embold- "How about without him, well-nigh defense- the pain and worry it causes.
live. You mean to go upriver to ened, ran off, one dark night, every well If more people were aware of how the
"My men are He has handled the vaqueros,
Sutter. I have kidneys must constantly remove waste
join Captain some- saddle horse on the place. Don Jose
Pedro, see that your the matanzas, arranged that cannot stay in the blood without in
thing better. If you will become Martinez and his son had to bor- carbines with plenty and jury to health there would be better understanding
of the hides tallow
major-domo of Rancho Guadalupe I row horses from Don 'Ramon at sale 4 of why the whole body suffers
nition-and hatchets marauding Indians from when kidneys lag, and diuretic medication .
will make you a rich man. Guadalupe.The dro." would be more often employed.
they will be bolder, encour-
on Burningj scanty or too frequent urination
Bowie thanked Don Ramon but neighbors were infuriated.
Bowie spoke by this partial victory sometimes warn of disturbed kidney
shook his head. "I would rather be They organized a party and setout ness to get started Ricardo he said. addressing function. You may suffer nagging backache -
free, Don Ramon. I have always to recover the horses and chastisethe persistent headache, attacks of dir-
) ent. In the vaquero Doane, "will you not also lend ziness, getting tip nights, swelling, pufli-
been free. A Texan just thieves. Don Francisco of Guad
naturally lee and Simmie, voice to persuade our Texan ness under the eyes-feel weak nervous
hates to be tied down. Besides, I alupe was chosen captain.The all played out.
bed were roused to become, as you have, a Use Doan's Pills. It is better to rely on
want to see more of this country. It posse was in the saddle early picked for the 'rescue orniano?" a medicine that has won world-wide acclaim -

is very wonderful. And who next morning and two vaqueros Under the than on something less favorably
"Give me tonight to think it over, known. Ask your neighborrJ -
knows? I might be called back to tracked the marauders through the to fast
"
possible go Ramon, said Bowie at last.
Texas. hills to a canyon in the mountains trail left
was decide. In
will
1
Don Ramon did not press his of- where, toward evening, they chargedthe was keenly anxious any
Good
fer. "As you will, senor. Remem- Indians in a surprise attack. The party halted I thank you. night.
(TO BE CONTINUED) i
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PAGE EIGHT .THE OLEWISTOX'! NEWS FRIDAYNOVE.mER 8, 1040



Tigers Defeated 14-6 I Sugar Corporation office force, the [District 2, LaBelle, 556, Dick Miller, spirited horses, Sebring's prize NOTICE TO CREDITORS

Commissary, Kiwanis and Merchantsthe 64, Roy Greene, 1; District 3, winning band, Seminole Indians in Probate Jjaw 1033

By Moore ;Haven other teams are as follows: I Denaud-Felda-M. O. Allen, 570, their colorful costumes, and other TATE OF FLORIDA COUNTY OP

Affiliated Company TeamC. Dick Miller, 1, Roy Greene,' 1. usual and unusual features of a HENDRY: I+'9

J. Lovvorn, Capt., W. C. Constable: District 1, ClewistonI. real cow town parade.In .
You and each of you arc hereby
By DICK OWEN Owen, L. C. Rosenberg, H.: R. S. Bell, 382 O. E. Tyler, 2, Jim addition Co the ordinary rop- notified and required to present any
Still the head team in football Knight, S. K. Swayne, W. H. claims and demands which you, or
Coleman 1 Jim Fielder 1
; Justiceof ing, riding, wild cow milking, bull- either of' you, may have against the
.In this region, with an undefeated, Lanier and J. K. Weaver. the Peace, District 1, ClewistonG. dogging and other stunts there: will estate of H. J. B. Scharnberg, deceased -

untied, record, are 'the Moore Haven U. S. Engineer TeamJ. Small, 420, V. Oglesby, 1; be horse late of said County, to tho,
come good races with County Judge of Hendry County
Terriers. .. F. Curry, Capt., C. D. Clay- Constable, district 2, LaBelle-H. some of. the Florida at his office In the court
comb E. A. Kramer, G. T. I fastest cowponles in house at Florida, within
Augur LaBelle eight
Capitalizing on a fumble and I E. Farabee, 165, John Poole, 1, H. the state already entered. calendar ,months from the date of
M. H. Thomas, R. N. Smith and L. 1, L. W. Turner 1 the this
first
several quick marches, they made DeLaney, publication of notice.

their bid in the third quarter of L. C. Miller. ,Spud Cook, 1, Frank Taylor, 9, Each writing claim, and or must demand state the must place be in of

the game here Friday night, and City TeamG. J. C. Jackman, 9. Justice of the ORDER OF PVHIACATI0X residence and post office address of
scored all of their 'fourteen points. Small, Capt., Dick Crawford, Peace, District ,2-J. C. Jackman, he claimant and must be sworn to
W. E. Boone, L Griffin, E. Charlie, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE by the claimant, agent or attorney
Then, having gained a substantiallead 42. TWELFTH JUDICIAL, CIRCUIT OF or the same will become void according -
they settled down to playinga C. E. Boone and H. Stewart. FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY to law
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY. This 28th day of October 1940.:
marvelously defensive game, stub- Clewibton MotorsE. ConstructionContinued CASE NO.- Marie Margaret Scharnberg
bornly refusing Clewiston entranceto E. Kelly, Capt., Campbell Nail, $50,000( Administrator of the Estate of
H. J. B. Scbarnberg, deceased.
CLEWISTON REALTY AND DE-
'their back yard.It Robert and Lloyd Kelly, Ed Collyer: VELOPMENT CORPORATION, a Icndry County,
Junior Waters and George Bestor. I FLORIDA corporation, Clewiston, Florida.
was the Tigers best game to ( from Page 1) Plaintiff. 4t. Nov. 1-8-15-22, 1940. fr-

date, and although they've yet to Mrs. Ned Hager was the first fore lack of storage tanks made .
lady to win a free game with a I V8)ALMAR-
out the end of the
come on long the Immediate
necessary .. marketing
better. Mrs.
score of 150 or Hager
scoring they have never given In of this molasses no matter what & COMPANY, a dissolved
rolled a 153. Delaware corporation and all un-
without a. struggle. It was earlyIn the market in' order to it
get out known
match last night persons or parties (whether
In
a practice
the second period that Redish lof the way. natural corporate or municipal) Good FarmLand
galloped across the goal line, the the Commissary team defeated the claiming through, under or from
,Merchant's team in two out of The estimate of the amount of said dissolved corporation and E.
first time this season that Clewis B. ROBERTS, Trustee for Almar
ton has scored before their op !three games.PARKINSON. molasses which will be made this & Company, a dissolved Delaware
crop is six and a quarter million corporation and all unknown parsons -
ponent. The conversion by Waters having or claiming an interest -
gallons. Approximately 3,800,000
was no good. OPENING in the real property. described -
FURNITURE DISPLAY ROOM I gallons were sold from the last in the bill,

Moore Haven's scores were on a -- I crop and was shipped all over the Defendants.It 'for Rent

pass from Leath to Hendrix, a run Parkinson's Inc., 'Is cleaning and |I nation for the use principally of appearing' by the sworn bill of
by Leath and a safety when mixing cattle feeds. complaint filed herein that the plain-
re-decorating the Interior' of the .
tiff is entitled to an order of publication -
the whole Terrier seemedto
squad Cottrell building on Francisco Street Figuring the maximum of 8,000 .
be responsible. Both teams play- IT IS ORDERED that the defendant,
and expect to open up a furniture gallons to the tank the molasses Almar & Company, a dissolved Dela-
ed a good game but the standoutson sales and display room therewith- from the present crop would makea ware corporation, and all parties
each team, in my opinion, were claiming Interests under or from
in the week. train of 812 tank cars to trans-
Almar & Company, or otherwise, and aU
Leath for Moore Haven and A. D.
The company has been, doing a port it to market all at one time. unknown" persons having or claimingan
Frith, captain for the Tigers. interest in the following describedreal
business for
nice furniture some-
Flori- TrespassersWill
property in Hendry County
Line-ups and Statistics time but have displayed most of Harvest- da, to-wit:
Clewiston: Sugar Lot 25 Block 173, of the General
their furniture line at the Moore Be
Plat of Clewiston Florida accord-
Slonaker, le; Dixon, ,re; B. Davis, Haven store because of lack of ing to the plat thereof recordedin

c; Frith, lh; Reddish, qb, and Lang, space in the store' here. (Continued from Page 1) 14, Plat Inclusive Book, of 2, the at Public pages 7 Rec-to ProsecutedClewiston

rh. Waters subbed 'in the back- ords of Hendry County, Florida
cane which the corporation has and E. B. Roberts. Trustee for Almar
field and at end and J. Davis for I
RooseveltContinued-. growing .this season. The Ellender & Company, a dissolved Delaware
B. Davis at center.
corporation be and appear in the I -
-, Bill, passed by Congress a few
Moore Haven: I above entitled cause at the CourtHouse
weeks ago may ,make it possible for in LaBelle, Florida, on the
Hendrix, le; Moore, re; Smith, ( From Page One) I 16th day of December. 1940. to answer
Peters lh Lee the season to continue longer, the the bill of complaint herein, else the
c; ; rh; and Leath,
all
ed the tabulations for
following: grower being permitted under its allegations of said bill will be takenas
qb Peeples at end R Moore at
; districts confessed by said defendants.IT .
center and Gordie in the back- : provisions, to process 110, per cent IS FURTHER ORDERED that
County Races of the proportionate share acreageas this order be published once a week And
field were the substitutions. "Elbert consecutive weeks in Realty
Representative,- L. 3t3- established under the Sugar for four (4)
Summary Clew. M.H. The Clewiston News, a newspaper
George' '
Downs wart, 885, Hendry, 1; Act, without penalty. On acreage published in Hendry County. Florida.

First Times Out 8 5 County Attorney-H. A. Rider, 883, between this' amount and 500 acresa DATED this 6 day' of November, DevelopmentCorporation

4 4 Tom Poole, 1, L. O. Gravely, 2: 1940.
of will be
Fumbles penalty $10 per acre (Seal) WILLIAM T. HULL.
7-3 County Judge-R. M. Harris, 899, Clerk of Circuit Court of ..
charged and all in of 500
Opp. fumbles recovered 0 4 A. M. Glisson, 1, Porter Richards, excess Hendry County, Florida.
Passes acres must pay $20.00 per acre. EVANS, MERSHON & SAWYER, j jer
Attempted 9 3 1, S. L. Stewart, 1; Sheriff-Bill Miami, Florida, J JSUver J
r Passes This provision, however, does not
Completed 4 2 Maddox, 782, John Poole, f, H. L. Solicitors for Plaintiff.
Yds permit the.corporation to exceed St. Nov. 8-15-22-29, Dec. 6. 1940.
gained, passes, runs 213 153 DeLaney, 5, R: George, 1; Clerk of 1Illilllluununmi'fi .
Losses on Same 8 6 the marketing'quota set by the
the Hull
Circuit Court-William T. ,
Penalties, (yds)'. 0 4'0 Secretary of Agriculture so it is I
'I
690, C .E. Miner, ; Tax Assessor- I
Runback of. kicks (yds). 19 48 Dennis Small, 930>; Tax Collector-r- likely that if this surplus cane I
Officials: Bell, Ward and Oliver. Mildred is processed it will be stored in the
R. N. Miller, 863, Taylor, '
storage barn now being erected
1, Mrs. Homer, Taylor, 2, ''Berry '

Four More_ Bowling Scott, 1, Mildred Miller, 1. until ,sale is possible.
The, cane crop this year is the
Superintendent of 'Public Instruction. = ; ,.
finest on record,' according to D
Teams OrganizedEight .-Dr. C. E. Weaver, 899, B. E. many
reports, and new grinding records
Herring, 4, S. A.. Graves, 1, Tom
should be made during the seasonat
Poole, 1. The above county-wide account with us,yOU

bowling teams have now nominees were "opposed": by those the sugar house. have a savings at a time-lust; 'V

been organized in Clewiston and write-ins who received only 1 to j J I HIGHLANDS COUNTY ::::, When dd you to it a tew dolls\au\ } of yOUf' income.t *=

are ready for match play and it 4 votes, and whose names appeared t I you con save semim '"
is expected that the season's first without their knowledge. RODEO NOVEMBER 11 mpounded .,,_
pasavyi whi\e\\ .
tournament will soon be under County Commissioners:: District 1, The good earnings 'fe 'ngCOworlh ,
make
way.A. Clewiston-G. E. :Etherton, 751, The rattle of spurs and bit annua\ty\ rea lly\\ today:and \let ==

meeting has been called Mon- Dave Alston, 1, Honey Hall, 1 ; chains, the yip! yip! of cowboys, ::'ff come antob oOUf Insured SavIngs .

day at the A. and B. Alleys to !District 2, LaBe -Herbert 0'- the tramping of horses and the I = Wny not more ut :=:

complete plans for the tournament I Bannon, 636; District 3, LaBelle- bawling of cattle not to mentionthe :: US etl you 1st on aU t-i

and to elect new league officers.It [George .L. Poole, 655, Blitz Weg- beauty and grace of beautiful ;. p\on1\ EarMAgs from \AJ.h

is hoped that as many' as can man, 3; District 4, Fort Denaud- cowgirls will greet the ears and funds received by the' :

will attend this meeting. Frank McClenithan, 571, Alto Hires, 'I' eyes of the hundreds of visitorsin T

Some practice matches have already 15, Joe Crews, 89. The last two. Sebring Armistice Day, who

been played and the new- were write-ins, though Hires emphasized have flocked here to enjoy the

ly organized Kiwanis team took he was not a candidate;' Rodeo and celebration sponsored by Clewiston Federal Savingsand

the measure of a Belle Glade team District 5, Felda-Jim Maddox, 631. the Leslie Collier Post of the

here last week.In Member of the Board of Public American Legion. t

addition to the teams pre- Instruction: District 1, ClewistonA. "':"'- The day will start with a big Loan Association

viously reported organized by the I O. Ward 679,. C. E. Miner, 1; parade featuring flashy riders on t .


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