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Title: The Clewiston news
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Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 15, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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; VOLUME 14lmmEIt 49 CLEWISTOX FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1940 SUBSCRIPTION--$2.00 PER YEAR

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LEGION FESTIVAL TO I Legion Post Enjoys ARMISTICE OBSERVED I Crochet President I DRAFT BOARD MAILS


Armistice MeetingClewiston I Of Bowling LeagueAt

BE HELD THIS YEAR HERE WITH PROGRAMON 100 QUESTIONNAIRESOUT

Post No. 93, American a meeting the first of the

DECEMBER 9 TO 14 Legion, held one of the most en- SCHOOL GROUNDSClewiston's week at the A. and B. Alleys at- TO REGISTRANTSThe

joyable meetings since organization tended by a large group of mem-

on Monday night at the Inn, bers of the newly organized bowling .1
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the meeting having been set back teams, the league was orgdhized
observance of Armis
Hendry
County draft
Every effort is being made by board
.the Clewiston American Legion from Tuesday night, the regular tice Day centered around the public with the following officers: I has mailed out since :Monday one'

Post ,to make the second annual meeting time' to coincide with program presented on the school S. L. Crochet, president. hundred questionnaires to the first i

Clewiston Festival and Fair, to be Armistice. grounds Monday morning by the Jerry Wilcox, secretary. 'I group of men whose order numbers .',

held here from December 9 to No program was planned and students of the school. A large Ed Ward, treasurer. come first on. the. county list. This sl}

December 14, an outstanding winter almost all of the business' was group of citizens attended and .. Various rules were laid'down! 'included, also, fourteen question : "
dispensed with for this Armfs"ticemeeting. members of the Clewiston Post of naires to volunteers ,
attraction of the Everglades.The for league play for this season.. and who have sign-
Crescent Amusement Company repor't. The one exception wasa the American Legion came in a Charles_ Lovvorn was named to workout ed up since they registered on October 1
from the entertainment
will set up their excellent body. a schedule for play: Match I 16. "1 '
committee the fair and festivalto
on
show ,here for the occasion featur- be held from December 9-14 Following the invocation by Rev. play is expected to start nextV <:k. I Five days is given the registrant '

ing good clean shows, the most under Legion sponsorship. H. C. Meador, pastor, of the First The entrance fee for each player : to fill out the questionnaire and return -

modern riding thrills and excludingthe Every member who was knownto Baptist Church, the school Glee will be $1.00. Players will pay it to the draft office which is

usual objectionable gambling have some particular talent for Club sang "America". Principal R. twenty cents a line, five cents of located in the real estate office of --,--}

1> devices. The show was here last speaking, singing or any other formof W. Turk acted as master of ceremonies -I which will go toward prizes. The J. E. Beardsley with Miss Betty ."' /

" year and promises an even more entertainment was called on and next introduced Rev.R. alleys will contribute an additional Spicer in charge as secretary. After _"
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elaborate and complete show this I for an impromptu performance and P. Marshall, editor of the Flori- three, cents a line which will made a they are received the board's task -,;

year than before.In the result was 'one of the most da Christian Advocate, who"made sizeable pot for the prize money. of classifying the registrants will .

addition to the carnival attrac-I held. a short talk on the significance of Just, what prizes or how many will begin, as classification is based on .;.
entertaining programs yet I
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tion a large tent will be erectedat Jack Gravely, a sergeantmajorin Armistice Day.Julianne be awarded has not yet been de information contained in the ques-' ;.;
the and I Oglesby member of the cided.In tionnaires.
the entrance to grounds the service at this time who .
entrance will be gained only by was visiting his father, LegionnaireLouis Senior Class, next addressed the a practice match Tuesday the Advisory boards have been set ::.

passage through the tent. In this O. Gravely in LaBelle, attended gathering, giving the 'student's City Team took two games out up in each county of the state to ''::

tent are being sold booths for the meeting with his father view-point of the meaning of the of three from the, Affiliated Office I I assist registrants in filling out ; I
Commercial and Educational ex armistice. In closing her talk team of 589-720 630- '
and received a big hand from the by scores ; 1 I the eight-page questionnaire forms. ;

hibits. Most business houses have I legionnaires when he was called onto Julianne led the audience in the 692r 619-602. I I Named to this board in Hendry ". :

already procured booth space' asi_ I talk. pledge of allegiance to the flag. On Monday night in a practice county were C.; E. Miner of Clewis- .",-,'

n -'' have the Boy Scouts and other ;j Following the dinner meeting the Students of the sixth grade gavea match the Clewiston Motors team I I ton, and Attorney Louis O. Gravely '

organizations. The school Is expected group joined a group of wives of drill, each dressed in white and took three straights from the En- and H. A. Rider In LaBelle. Mr. =,

to have 'a nice display. the members in the cocktail loungeof carrying .a small American flag. gineers 630-570; 614-571 and_ 675- r Gravely has been named chairmanof

The entertainment'committee of the Inn for an informal cele Louise Prewitt gave an acrostic on 596. I this board and Mr. Miner secre-

the legion post headed by R. M. bration. the world "Flag" before the drill, II I I I tary.It. '

Bishop is making arrangements for f and Sally Graham as drum major- Kiwanis ,Club Hears is pointed out to registrantsthat
the fair and M. R, Hare is in chargeof ette directed the maneuvers. The
Boards Vote the advisory board is simplyto
booth sales. County group closed its drill 'by singing '
Talk By Member Of help registrants- over the trouble- -
The cooperation of every busi- I a song to the flag. i i
some parts of the 'form and they
ness house and every citizen is To Reject Health I The most impressive talk, of the
World Tour Team are not obligated to fill out the
solicited to make the affair a great
program was given by J. E. Beards-
1 entire form. Those who can should
success.:! ,A large part of the money Unit December 1st ley, past commander of the Clew- I ,...-- fill out the forms themselves and
,used by the Legion for the Community -
:J iston post, American Legion. Mr.
Charles Harris, one of the four others will be able to partially fill

Y Christmas tree each yearis The board of county commissioners Beardsley mentioned how appro- members of last year's world .touring them out without calling on the:
made in this -
way. priate it seemed that the program United States tennis team, of advisory: board. The members ser'ye iL
this week agreed that the cost '
should be held on' a footbalI'field, West Palm Beach was the guest without remuneration and must do

Church Decide of unit maintaining the county health I and likened the World ,War to a speaker at the weekly meeting of this work as possible with their ?
was prohibitive following the
football game in which the '
signingof
the Kiwanis Club duties. '
on Wednesday regular II
action of the school board
,
county
Later On Pastor the Armistice was but 'the calling evening at the Inn and gave a mostinteresting .
two 'weeks ago when they decided of "time out". ,He gave some '
account of his tour.
,. .. that the school .system'! could not New Plants Added : '
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--- < "- ...... --- ; of; .his personal impressions. of With his brother, Richard Harris:;', b .
month
A meefing"of afford the $100 which it _
the World
congregational, Europe during, and afterthe. ardent fisherman Mr.
an sport ,
Community Church members was was putting in' and so the service War, and, spoke of 'the unique position Harris came' to, Clewiston early in I 'To. Inn GardensIn
held the latter of last 'weekto will ,be discontinued after the first
part occupied by the United Statesas fish-
'-: of December. the day in order to enjoy a
decide whether or not to call the one surviving Democracystill ing trip on Lake Okeechobee. Ina
one 'of three' ministers who have Failure of the school board to enjoying national peace., preparation for the approach:4
in
short time, out they brought
been here recently to fill the pulpitat uphold its half of, the. cost would Mr. Beardsley closed his talk. six fine bass. After that the brothers ing season the flower gardens at
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the church .or to hear other have made the county board put in at eleven o'clock and when the participated in a doubles tennis the Inn' have just received hun- .

ministers before issuing a call. The! $200 a month to maintain the'unit.. significant moment of silence was exhibition 'at the local courts withG. dreds of new plants and shrubsto
F.
group voted to hear several other Dr. C. E. Weaver of LaBelle, observed, John Robbins, bugler, M.: -Ford and Marian Lee. insure an abundance of cut flowers -
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ministers before making a decision. county superintendent-elect, said sounded the impressive "Taps". The tour left San Francisco and for' the lobby, dining room and
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Rev. R. P. Martin of Alexis, II 1., that he would endorse the, actionof The Glee Club led the audiencein stopped first in Hawaii where the special occasions. Eleven hundred ," ;'- J.

who was here for three weeks returned the school board in dispensingwith the singing of Star Spangled ,speaker said the members of the plants of annuals were recently I,
to his home after the meet- Banner and Rev. Meador received from a West Coast florist ,,
the unit for the schools were pronouncedthe tour 'entranced much by ,
ing was held pending the decision i were as and were, set out in the plot which ::,"
not able to take care of the $100 closing prayer. the surf-board riders the bathing
as
'I
. .4 T of the congregation. per month expenditure. The bank and post office observedthe beauties and hula girls at Waikiki adjoins the Catholic rectory. These ,
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/ !3' The church has been seeking a During most of the time ,Hendry day as a holiday and remained Beach. From Hawaii they went to include carnations,' calendulas, sca- "

new minister since the resignation county has operated under the closed all day. Stores closed from Japan and visited Yokohama and biosis, cornflower, candytuft, Afri- '

several months ago of Rev. Kent health unit it has been in conjunction ten o'clock until noon, in order the other principal cities where they can marigolds' pansies, lupines, ,::1:I

Pendleton, the last regular pastor. with Highlands county. Recently that all might take part in the were surprised to find buildingsand dianthus, statice, Chinese delphiniums ., k

Both Rev. R. P. Marshall, who has Glades county also came into Armistice observance at the school Hollywood delphiniums, baby'sbreath
towns, as modern as they are, ': .:'
gerbera, red hollyhock, :
filled the pulpit twice and Rev. the unit on a nine-months trial building.
most of the new business buildings .A
Martin, who was here three weeks, basis. The services of a doctor The weather was pleasant and after snapdragon, larkspur and other
being copied
apparently
made favorable and officer clear field madea varieties. i
very impressionson sanitary are available and the football American buildings. Here they

the congregation but they feel under the plan for certain periods splendid spot for the program.A were invited 'to dinner by a wealthyman The section devoted to the rose : :

like' they should look further be- each week and a county nurse is loud-speaker was installed and the flooras garden contains 350 rose bushes' ,,'-if.
sat cushion
on a on
for reaching a decision. I given full-time employment in the the program carried clearly to all the majority of which are red .;,'i,
meal '
they ate and the was pre- .
The pulpit will be filled Sunday county and has charge of.the county parts of the audience. girl Radiance, considered the most pro- J.,
pared by a comely Japanese
.j> morning for regular services but office. ; lific blooming rose bush for this ; .'' ,
who sat beside him as she cooked. '.
it Is not certain that it will be bya section. There are also scores of '"'
Jupiter Is Beaten I I The group spent a month in '. '
I I
candidate for the pastorate. Clewiston Band Calcutta 'In the summer and he pink Radiance, Talisman, Rosllyn, >
I Betty Uprichard, and Herbert ."
\ By Tigers 51-18 said that it seemed that almost ,:!
Kiwanis Club To \Hoover, and several of the minia-
To Give ConcertThe everyone slept outside in the parks ture variety known as Sweetheart
and vacant lots because of the hot

Hold Turkey Shoot By DICK OWEN weather. Drinking water, in some roses. :,,
first .of a series of public Once defeated Jupiter failed to places was sold for the American The bulb garden has some 200 :t

concerts will be given by United show the strength credited to them equivalent of 37 cents a quart. amaryllis, carried over from last ,:'i

The Kiwanis Club has made arrangements States Sugar Corporation Concert as' they fell before a terriffic Tiger While In India they were taken onI I'season and not re-planted. There :o(

- for their annual turkey Band in the City park in Clewistonon onslaughter, 51-18 last Friday on a hunt by 'a maharajah where are 200 Easter lilies, 700 callas, t'!''

: shoot and fish fry which will beheld Wednesday evening, November the home, field. It was the first beaters were supposed to drive a both white and yellow varieties, and :,;,

i on Wednesday evening of next 20, under the direction of Band- win of the season for Clewiston, herd of deer up into a narrow can- 3,000 gladioli of various shades. >!

i wee master ,Frank G. Sturchio.' and if they continue to play the yon where the'' hunters waited. The abundance of fresh flowers '

i Three turkeys will be provided.Two Significant of this date, it was kind of ball they did against Jupiter When the game arrived, instead of from its own garden contributes a I

of these will go to Kiwanians just one year ago to the day that I they'll make a triumphant year of deer, there were two tigers, one of (Continued on Page 8) ;'

I and the visitors present ,.will shoot this band held their first get to- it yet. which was bagged.The i
-j / for the other. Three shots for a gether meeting and, with a few On
very the third play of the game, speaker gave similar accountsof i''
i quarter will be given and, the high exceptions the members had had and then at regular Intervals after other cities visited and other Religious CensusTo

score wins the turkey. no previous musical training. wards, Clewiston touchdowned the countries and held his listeners close

z Seventy-five pounds of fish have Following is the 'program which lighter Jupiter team to a 41 point attention to his interesting portrayalof Be Taken Here'J

I been ordered and all of the trimmings I will be rendered: lead before Shock of the opposition their experiences.B. ,I
! f i to make a real enjoyable fish March, "Summit" Harold Bennett. ran a kickoff the length of -
On Sunday, November 17 and ,Ii
- dinner. Waltz (Special) "La Albuera" the field through the entire Tiger
throughout the following week a
Will Huff. team for their initial tally. Davis, c 13 Maueer, c 11 Census of Clewiston will ){
Ii PARKINSON" WILL OPEN March, "Mutual" Harold Bennett. Bassett added six more points in Dixon, re 9 Jenkins, 're 1 Religious members of 1

i 1 FURNITURE DISPLAY IIERL Reverie (a tone poem), "AppleBlossoms" the third quarter and early in the Frith, Ih 22 Shack Ih 8 the be sponsored Baptist church.by the The nature of :I'

Kathleen A. Roberts. fourth scored again, thus completed: Redish, qb 24 Horn, qb 49 will be general in "
I Parkinson's, Incorporated have March, "Military Escort" Harold Jupiters 18 points. Personal scor- Lang, rh 10 Bassett, rh 3 the Census will ascertain 'as
been moving a lot of new furniture Bennett. ing for Clewiston was: Frith, 24 Substitutions ''for Clewiston were: character, and pulseof f

.I into their new display room in Overture, "Magneta" Will Huff. points; Redish, 12; Lang, !9) ; and Broadfoot and J. Davis, ends; far as possible the Religious I.1

the Cottrell Building just north of March, "Headway" Harold Bennett Bethea, G. Credit, loo, should go Perry, center, and Bethea, back- the town. :'
= the bank and expect to open the I to every member of the Tiger The Information which is gathered !

/ display to the public tomorrow Selections from "Martha" F. von squad, for all saw' action, and all field.Officials: Ward, Oliver and Bell. will be available to all the f..

(Saturday). Flotow-arranged by Paul Yoder. I met it victoriously, and give meritto .- Clew. Jup. churches upon request. h

C. V. Parkinson, owner and "Everglades Sugar March", (Dedi- the Jupiter team, who outplayed First Downs 6. 3 The cooperation of each citizen sis '

manager of 'the store, says that he cated to United States Sugar Corporation -| the Tigers in the second half, faced Fumbles 2 4 anticipated and it will be appreciated -

expects to handle a first grade of ), composed and arranged' with the fact they were 41 points Opp. fumbles recovered 2 2 i if all will give the desired j

;; furniture suitable! to. his customersIn by Frank G. Sturchio. behind. Passes tried -3 13 information for filling out the brief .

Clewiston and invites everyone The National Anthem. Statistics: Passes completed 1 t 3; questionnaire when a member of

i to view the selection at: the new The, public is cordially' Invited to Clewiston Jupiter Times out 1 1. the census committee calls at, yourhome

display J rOQm, (goptipued! on page 8)) Slonaker, je 1 3 DrJecoll, .le 14 (Continued on page 8)). i '


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F"I UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL

Back in the days before ships ,.
r ici I had steel decks, sailors used to J

at. SUNDAY Lesson spend much of every Sunday
cleaning the decks with holy-

I By HAROLD L. LUNDQU1ST, D. D. stones. Because of this, and be-
E FN' SCREEffe Dean of The Moody Bible Institute cause the stones were used while
G R TOGE 10 of
1 iWMUSeh IM (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) the sailors were on their knees,
Y the stones
were called "sailors'
VIRGINIA VALE
By
Washington, D. C. prayer-books."
Memos of a Colyomer's Sec'yDear (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)
Lesson for November 17 There was also a humorous
Mr.. W.: Paulette Goddard'spals PLAN INQUIRY OF CORRUPTIONNow Pennsylvania State couplet which '
THE was known as thesailors'
are sure she \will shortly file in'Mexico that the election is over you of Censors recently Lesson eleventh commandment.
subjects and Scripture texts selected -
...' ; And I hear that Rosa will see the justice department focus banned and copyrighted by International It ran:
lind Russell and Fred Brisson, son attention on certain graftriddencities Paramount's "The Council permission.of Religious* Education used by "Six days shalt thou
labour and
of Carl Brisson, are completely out chief among them being De- World in Flames, which is as I do all that thou art able

of this world You are stayingtoo I,troit. hard to understand as their ban- JESUS' CONCERN FOR LIFE And on the seventh holy-stone,the

late at the theater. The paper I There, a group of high-up politi- ning "The Ramparts We AND HEALTH decks and scrape the cable."
had to replate the 4-star edition to cians to be indicted for
are sure "Holy-stone" is
probably
,Watch. The official ruling- a cor-
squeeze in your "Suzanna" notice, operating a liquor ring They will LESSON TEXT-Luke 7215.
; ruption of "holey" stone
the
as
which got here 10 minutes after 1, i I be charged with diverting funds "In the judgment of the board GOLDEN TEXT-I am come that they f:.
soft sandstone used
might have life, and that I was
they might have porous
Instead of 10 minutes after 12 I from state liquor stores. Basis of this picture has a tendency to It more abundantly.-John 10:10. : and full of little holes.

In short, the. City Desk says that the indictments will be sending corrupt and debase morals, andit
you must leave the theater by 11 "hot" money through the U. S. is not Physical life and bodily vigor are

'clock henceforth. mails, an offense which the justice, proper. secondary in importance to spirituallife
department used for the first time The picture is a factual record of and health. Most people do not dQ p GET COLD CLOGGED NOSE

Thompson panned the opening with definite success in Louisiana. the past 20 years, and stresses the believe that, but it is true. Never- ON ALL 2"AGAIN
Philharmonic Concert in the Since then the Supreme court has need of our nation's preparedness.It theless our physical well-being is of 44tlp'WORKING,
Trib the other morning. A friend of had its first public showing in 'WITH 2 DROP TREATMENT
upheld the justice department, so great importance, for it is evident
..."mine' spoke of "the awful rap" to i this new means of cleaning up .local Washington, D. C., before an audi- that the spiritual and mental side of 0\\, OF SElF-SPREADING

the manager,who- replied: "That's I scandals will be used extensively.Most ence of high officials of the federal man can function in a physical ? PENETRO NOSE DROPS
nothing-we'll even things next Republicans will not believeit government, and received the un- world only through a physical body. dde

week. We'll play some of Thomp- but the justice department had qualified approval of such national That makes it a primary concern of

son's ,music I The critic, you the indictments all prepared before defense leaders as the secretary of man to keep his body alive and,

know, is' a composer, one of his elections. But since some of the the navy and the secretary of war. what is more, keep it as well and Dependent, Independent
Saints in Three ? To character and success two
"Four ,
works being
high Republican leaders of Michi- strong as possible, an effective in-
'Acts"Monte Proser's new politics are going to be indicted, Henry Fonda's all in favor of liv- strument for the service of God and things, contradictory as they may
gan
Copacabana started off with a zippy justice prosecutors decided to with- ing in glass houses. The room he seem, must go together-humble

premiere, every part of the show hold action until after November 5. .? .1<-W >* likes best in his own man.With his emphasis on the physical dependence and manly independence -
clicking with a bang The gal They didn't want to be accused of house is the break- man tends, when sickness ; humble dependence on God
who posed for that lovely ballerina playing politics. fast room, which is comes, to seek the help of man in and manly reliance on self.-

picture in Stage magazine's first S e t ? built entirely of. glass overcoming the difficulty. Soon they Wordsworth.FOR .
number is 19-year-old Lorraine Gitt- GIGOLOSThe '' [ bricks. The light find that only God is sufficient for
ARGENTINE
man, a model. MGM wants her. i seems to flow from their need, and He whom they have SHAVING COMFORT-PLUS SAVING USE
Good Neighbor, policy has the walls in cheer- hitherto ignored is appealed to in 7 SINGLE EDGE OR
That magazine everybody suspectsof been promoted in many ways, from I ful spirit boosting prayer. Men and organizationsquick Kent t Blades Fln..t 10 DOUBLE Sw.d1ab EDGE 5t1 10 C '-.,

being subversive is being investigated tariff lowering to flag raising, but I : h doses, and he's foundit to grasp an opportunity to set

quietly-for backers, coin never before has attention been giv- the best cure for themselves forward appear as so- Your Aim

etc I've told the feature sec- en to the offending gigolos of Holly- a:.. beforebreakfastblues called faith healers. We need to Success lies not in achievingwhat
tion bout'th'e of humor of the wood. Now, however, the combined ,
sense when he stress the fact that
fV even men may come you aim at, but in aiming at
Sing Sing inmates. The mascot on good will of Nelson Rockefeller and ''' has to get up at the direct to Christ who is concerned what ought to achieve and

their ball team is a black sheep John Hay ("Jock") Whitney is be- crack of dawn to be about their bodies and their health pressing you forward, sure of achieve-,

I think you ought to run the scoldingin ing exerted to reform the Hollywood Henry Fonda at[ the studio on time. and that they may come without in- ment here, or if 'not here, here-

that coast editorial-it put me in practice of making every gigolo an Fanny ("Baby Snooks") Brice termediary, simply by faith in Him. after.-R. F. Horton.

stitches. I Argentine.Mr. strings right along with him. She I. The Outreach of Faith (vv. 2-8)).
Rockefeller, who is the gov-
in of the
had hole cut
a huge one
ernment's co-ordinator of Latin- 1. Action (vv. 2-5)). The centurionwas
The lad who posed for the General walls of, her San Fernando valley
Motors ad used in all papers ("We American efforts, has dispatchedMr. home and filled it with glass blocks- a good man and so kind toward

Hope We Set a Boy to Dreaming") Whitney to Hollywood to see they let in plenty of daylight, but the Jews' that he had built them a \.
is Kingsley Colton of the Court of what the film industry can contribute I as they're non-transparent they synagogue. (One wonders whether a

Missing Heirs radio program to the Good, Neighbor program.He don't make her feel like a goldfish.It's Roman soldier of today would show
Add lovely things: Yvette's version will make at least one specific such a spirit). He was compassionate .

of "These Foolish Things," a Blue- suggestion, namely that Argentinadoes I stirred by the illness of a slave.
bird of a recording Frank Parker I I not like to1'be represented as a news that Paramount won In He had a need which no man could
the scramble to buy the screen meet. Where should he turn? Some-
will get the singing lead in "The nation of gigolos. I
Ziegfeld Follies." Last time he was \ The gigolo mischief was corrected I rights to Ernest Hemingway's splen- one told him about Jesus. Blessed
did novel, "For Whom the Bell and fruitful testimony! He acted in
in a musical he was a chorus boy.- earlier with respect to France. We
Your Girl had a big film market over there, I I Tolls"-the price was $100,000. It'sa faith ,and sent ,word to the Master.
Friday. and when French 'opinion objected story of 'war-time I Spain, with a'I "2.: Humility (w. 6, 7). SoCiallyand

LONDONERS ARE TALKING to Hollywood practice of making every -I I I love story even more beautiful and officially the centurion was far r.. -a- ; V
j thrilling than the one in "Farewellto above Jesus, but he recognized His .
ABOUT gigolo a Frenchman, Hollywood I I 4 ,
Arms." The hero's role is perfectfor "
Lordship and knew himself to be un-
Eric Sevareid, crack young bowed, and picked on Argentina.
gnt and commentator for the cOTTeJpond-1 S e e Gary Cooper, who's had long worthy that Christ should enter his
Broadcasting System, returned EUROPEAN COMMUNISMOne discussions with the awthor about it. house. True faith is humble.. It
ed States via Clipper last Sunday. He was -E--; has nothing to do with the brazen w

in France when it fell and since then in development you don't read "Land of Liberty," the feature commanding of God which some

London, where life is a commodity to be much about in the cables from Eu- picture which was the contributionof seem to regard as such a magnifi-
exchanged for nothing less than freedom, rope, but which is causing plenty of the motion picture cent evidence of faith. Watch for
and death is something preferable to surrender on the part of Britain's no-
worry mark of and
industry to the New the genuine courteous
Mr. Sevareid will Lon .
return to
d.Mh
don after a brief breathing spell in N. Y. bility, is the rapid development of York World's fair humility if you would find men and "\
in central
Communism Europe-
and the San Fran- of faith.
He made these notes on the clipper. women
Ambassador Joe Kennedy's indi- particularly Czecho Slovakia, Aus- cisco exposition, will 3. Confidence (vv. 7, 8). There is

gestion, which has not benefited tria and Hungary. be distributed na- nothing like this assurance of faith

from a steady diet,of eggs and pills, I You have to remember that the tionally by Metroems.. anywhere; in fact, Jesus said He :a
a lack of sleep and the unending Communists were strong in Czecho Goldwyn Mayer. had not seen it in all Israel. Know- a

bombings. He has grown pessimistic Slovakia before the German invasion Plans call for donating -' ing the manner in which his com-

about the world situation and and that for a time they more I I the net amount : ;.. mands were carried out within the

doesn't want to go1 back to LOndon' or less dominated Vienna. Also I derived from the re- : realm of his authority and recog-

The boners Halifax continues to there was a day when the Bela Kun lease of the film to .. nizing Jesus as the Son of God, the

make in his speeches. Wheneverhe Communist government ruled Hun- welfare work among centurion without hesitation accepted -

speaks of England's allies he invariably gary. soldiers and 'sailors Bette Davis His absolute power over sickness.
forgets to include the While these movements were by the AmericanRed "Thank God! the centurion was --

valiant Poles who have continuedthe stamped out, or kept under cover Cross and similar organizations.The right about that. Sickness is absolutely (

struggle, and he never fails to in the past, intelligence reports now I.I picture tells the history of subject to the,word of Jesus ?, FIRESIDE

include the phrase, "Christian civ- indicate that they 'are making rapid America from the days before the and so also are demons, sea and ,

ilization," which is a slap for India sub-rosa progress again. In Czecho coming of the white men to modern wind, and death itself (Luke 4:35, v,17 WARMTHWith

-where Halifax was once viceroy 1 Slovakia; for instance i ,- the Kladno times. Included in the list of stars 36, 39; Mark 4:39; John 11:43, 44)"
coal miners staged such a serious in individual of .
appearing sequences (Bradbury) a NESCO Circulating
Churchill. He is far and away the revolt against German officials that the story are Bette Davis, Spencer \ II. The Reward of Faith (vV. 9-15). Kerosene HeaterNESCO'S

most lucid mind, and voice in.Britain the latter backed down. ,Tracy, Claudette Colbert, James J First of all we-note that faith inGod
Historians are convinced he Some of the communistic activityis Stewart, George Arliss, Margaret not the individualut new Portable Circu-
brings only
directed against the Nazi over- lating Heaters provide dean,
will live in history as the greatest Sullavan, Walter Houston, George those round about him a real
British orator Pitt not forgotten. lords, but some is not. As a matterof Raft, and many other headliners. moist heat WHEREVER AND
Churchill, for your information, is fact, some, of it, particularly in -=6-- 1. Blessing (v. 9). The faith of WHENEVER DESIRED.
privately convinced that America Germany itself, fits into the Nazi tt this man delighted the heart of Jesus These attractive Cabinet and
It took a month for Paramount
with He commentedon Round Heaters use kerosenethe --
scheme of things, for Germany to- a great joy.
qught to come into the war at once. of Detroit's
huge au-
persuade one it and commended it to those cheapest and most easily
is socializedthan
He "is tired of having to sell the day probably more tomobile companies to let them use
about. The of it has obtained fueL They have no
Russia. Also it is always important round story
U. S. on every new event and idea. to film
the interior of the plant unsightly flue connections and
down through the centuries to
to remember that before come
Those are the prime minister's: own scenes for "Reaching for the Sun," installation and serv-
in require no
belief
and stimulate to
Hitler the Communist party was stir us us
beliefs but there is no denying that .
of the automotive industry. deliver %
of the strongest in Germany. a story Christ. Faith in Him brings bless- icing costs. They \QQ
the impact of American intervention one Joel McCrea and Ellen Drew are co- heat from the fuel consumed.
.
most of the Commu- ing, not only to the immediate bene-
After Hitler
would be' terrific in France, where starred, and the cast includes Al- Attractive, scientifically ,.
the moment but liveson
became National So- ficiary and at ,
(despite the stuff hear from nists merely and
you bert Dekker, Eddie Bracken designed louvres efficiently
Vichy) nine out of ten pray for British I cialists.All Gilbert. in blessing to others. Do we distribute the
of which indicates that Am- Billy have that kind of faith? We also note
victory. ---*- heat. Models with the
bassador Joe Kennedy's dismal pre- that it resulted in. j
Just before Ray Heatherton wenton reflector arc project the
The American correspondents and dictions may be right, and that the air for Westinghouse's "Mu- 2. Healing (v. 10). Faith gets results cheery action of the

their amazing esprit de corps. No Europe will witness a social and sical Americana" somebody asked because it releases the omnipo- flame Into the room,

phony heroics, no trivial struggle for economic revolution if the war' con- him who composed "Annie Laurie," tence of God. The young man was similar to a fireplace.There .

meaningless "scoops," and best of tinues. However, this movement in which he was to sing. Somebody healed at the word of Jesus, in response twelve(12)NESCO Kerosene
arc
all, lots of intestinal fortitude. Ray the end probably will.be the chief else piped up and said, "Robert to the centurion's faith. Heaters ranging In price from $5.50
Daniell and his NY Times cohorts means of ending the war. Burns, of course." Heatherton would 3. Raising of the Dead (vv. 11-15)). And up. See thorn at your dealer.

moved their office into the basement e have won money on that questionon The mighty and compassionate Son

of the Savoy hotel some time ago. MERRYGOROUNDIt a quiz program, for he happenedto of man met a poor widow from

The Herald Trib boys are there now, will surprise no one if some of know that Burns was no musi- whom death had taken her only stay yd

too, pounding their typewriters un- the Latin-American military men cian, and didn't even write the and comfort-a young man. She was t r
der criss-crossed steel girders two now touring the U. S. as guests of words of the popular old song. apparently too deeply'' stricken to 1 '

stories underground. When things the army will participate in the occupation Furthermore, he knew its history even call on Jesus for help, but one
get dull Vic Oliver comes in to doa of Martinique under joint the result of can almost feel her faith leap to HEAT Wherever and Whenever -
-that it developed as .
bit of entertaining and Bob Post Pan-American auspices. Rooseveltis between William Doug- His words, "Weep not." His divine Yon Want III

orates on his favorite subject-the anxious to make the taking over a las romance Scotsman, and the real voice then reached into the next
a young
British navy. Scotty Reston and of French possessions a truly good- Annie Laurie because her hard- world and called the young man
Frank who live in this base- ; life. The that had started
Kelly, neighbor enterprise.To hearted father objected to the romance back to day yS
ment to eliminate the 5-minute tram prevent profiteering on the vast Douglas went off to the as the saddest and darkest in

ride to and from work, sit and supplies of food that will be neces- Flemish, wars without claiming her her life closed as the most blessed

reminisce about home and family. sary for the enlarged army and navy as his bride. The verses, composed and joyful in her experience, be-

But Larry Rue, old calloused Chicago -I defense commission experts are by Douglas, were found by Lady cause she had met Jesus.

Tribune hand,. is probably not making a survey of all food stocksin I John Douglas Scott, who was a dis- Reader, have you met the tender,
there. He likes to sit on the ROOF I' the country, while discussing tant relative of Annie Laurie's, and loving, omnipotent Jesus? He wantsto

during a raid, caress a scotch and plans with agriculture department she altered the words and,, composedthe be your Saviour, Lord, and ever-
soda and hurl profanity at the night I officials for the purchase of farm music. present friend. Will you let Him
riders. I surcluses. into your heart? Now?




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I Wise 'and Otherwise ASK ME ) A Quiz With Answers !

? Offering Information

MANY in a warm heated friends argument pass- ANOTHER on Various Subjects I

ing each other with icy stares.. .- I

Never beg for a kiss. Most K .. ., The Questions 7. The Punic war
"\4 ; > 7T: : ;'a? '\+,9ypr!, was fought
girls. can't stand lazy beggar. $ l. 1. Who speaks the Romany lan- between what nations?

"If you refuse me," he swore, guage?
"I shall die." She did; and he 2. Can birds look at an object The Answers

died-30 years later.. ',., vy r with, both eyes at the same time? 1. Gypsies speak the Romany
;
The, chap who thinks he is xa s t 3. Who asked Am '1. my language.
hard-boiled is really only half- er's keeper"? broth-I 2. The owl is the only bird that
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baked. F 5.y ii4f p :? r'Y u? d 4ZaK' can; all others have to use one
4. The name Joe Miller is associated
I eye or the other to see a single
"Money isn't everything" No, but with-a bonehead play in I
thing.
eicrything is nothing without it. baseball, a stale joke, or the man .
3. Cain.
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Economy is when your wife on the flying trapeze? 4. A stale joke. .

spends five,dollars of your mon- 5. Where was Ut 1e shot heard 5. Concord. '
ey to save two of hers. around the world" fired? ;
6. Nine-six
. by death and three -
It may be hard to say "no," but it! ,,. 6. How many vice presidentshave by election. 1
'is often harder to say"I don't knotv"Making .1. WAN later become President? 7. Rome and Carthage. .




Your Own UP-TO-DATE See Recipes THANKSGIVING Below.HouseholdNeuis. DAY l /LI i


Hock Rug DesignsBy I (I


:. ;... RUTH WYETH SPEARS .
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i" hooked have
ANTIQUE rag rugs
',-'
a special charm because their
-'j.J,;' :-designs show so much individu- I 4ffv1 I

ality. The women who made them, : i
r-- marked out their, own designs on' + :

burlap, planned their own color
schemes and dyed the rags. To

draw a floral design, first make a 1 I
I I'i
circle and then a spiral line in- '

side which becomes a rose. Two I I.c'v a -
ovals with a triangle at the base I

become morning glories. Real It will scon be time for keeping over sweet potatoes and then top -'
.
open house, for the children will be with the honey almond mixture. ,

home for the holidays, and friends Place in a moderate oven (350 degrees -
will be dropping in at various and ) and bake 35 to 40 minutes,

sundry hours. Great demands will or until brown. ii I

be made upon your time, and. even Roast Turkey. ;
's ws's s OVER greater demands will be made \\ ril
C SiS" upon
CAST Allow % to 1 pound of turkey
per
MARK WITH A _,EDGE OF your larder. Yet, you should be able t'
PENCIL-GO OVER /BURLAP to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner with person served. Dress and clean. .- .

LINES family without becoming tired Rub the inside s- ._' ,.' ,
WITH your .
cavity thoroughly JIy ,-':;
WAX w -
CRAYON out.A with salt. Fill I
THEN well-planned Thanksgiving din- 1ot .
c body and neck .
WITH ner will insure an enjoyable and untiring N See this
A HOT cavities loosely
IRON day. Here is a menu you with stuffing.
TO SET .may; like to use for your Thanks- ( r
Truss. Brush well
,
THEM CENTER LINE giving dinner this year: rj with unsalted fat BurroughsWITH .

leaves from plants and trees be- Fruit Cocktail and place on rack THE '?

come tracing patterns for leaf de Olives Celery Pickled Onions i in large open roasting pan. (It can

, signs. An oval cut from paper Roast Turkey with Dressing I be stored overnight in the refrigerator SHORT-CUT KEYBOARDfor w

makes a pattern for a center me- I: Giblet Gravy if desired.)

dallion. I Mashed Potatoes Baked Squash The following time and temperature Office. Store. Home IJ ,
When making your own hook rug : chart may be followed: 2578 'hi:.'
designs, always leave a hem allowance -I Cranberry Salad Weight of Oven TernApproximate ro;,r
at least two inches wide Hot Rolls Butter Bird perature Cooking Time Light in weight, speedy,,
to be turned under after the is Under 15 lbs. 325'-300* 2%-4 hrs. THIS doll is as fascinating to
rug Hot Mincemeat Pie accurate to operate-' "
and dress she is to easy
hooked, and be sure to overcastthe 16-18 Ibs.. 300.-275. 4-5 hrs. as
edge of the burlap when cut. CoffeeIn 20-22 Ibs. 275'-250* 5-8 hrs. look at. And what little girl or giving to everyone, everywherecompletesatisfaction- .

-Pin flowers and leaves cutout of the days of the Pilgrim Fathers Dressing for.Turkey. grown-up wouldn't be charmed ;

paper 'onto the burlap, this way and indeed not'so many years 10 cups soft bread crumbs with her gay clothes, yarn curls ;

and that. When you get an arrangement ago, Thanksgiving 1 cup butter (melted) and easy-to-embroider features. Ask for a demonstration

"ed that pleases, trace it was one day i fi. 1 tablespoon salt today, without obligation., s
of the devoted ;
to make your pattern. year 1 cup parsley (chopped) Pattern 2578 contains a pattern and directions
not only to giv- for making a 14','.inch doll and
ing of thanks but 2 tablespoons poultry seasoningMix clothes; materials required. Send order to: '
NOTE: Mrs. Spears' SEWING Book 6, all ingredients thoroughly and Burroughs Adding Machine Co., -
gives more rug hooking designs and fur. i also to feasting.Not e
ther suggestions about how to draw your use for stuffing the turkey. Note:
long I Sewing Circle Needlecraft Dept.
own tlowet""designs. Also directions for a ago This amount of dressing is sufficientfor 249 Peachtree St., Atlanta, Ga.
hook rug in the old-fashioned shell design. read of, a menu 82 Eighth Ave. New York
10-pound turkey. If a larger
No. 5 contains descriptions of the othei that was servedat a
Enclose 15 cents in coins for Pattern I
numbers in the series. To turkey is to be stuffed, the recipe y
get your copy,
address: a Thanksgiving No........... i
should be increased proportionately. I
feast. It con- NameAddress. ............................... Confidence -'< :

MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS tained not only Pour off Giblet liquid Gravy.in in which ............................. Confidence is a plant of slow '':
Drawer 10 roast turkey, but wild duck.and sev- pan growth in an aged bosom. ';:I:'
Bedford Hills New York eral kinds of wild game. The vege- turkey has been roasted. From liq- .-.
't'; Enclose 10 cents -for Book 5. table dishes were innumerable, and uid skim off 6 tablespoons fat; return -

Name ............................... even the desserts did not take a fat to roasting pan and brown .. : I II
back seat when it came to quantity. with 6 tablespoons flour. Add 3 cups ,I
Address ............................. With a menu such as this a good stock in which giblets, neck, and tip I'!

many hours were required for din of wings have been'cooked; or if : : :!
preferred, 3 cups milk may be sub- ,

ing.The simplified, modern version of stituted instead of the stock. Cook,

the Thanksgiving feast is now justas stirring constantly, until thick; then t n :
CTCLDS thoroughly enjoyed. For it now season to taste with salt and pepper

leaves time for conversation and en- Add giblets (cut in small pieces),

joyment; and the modern housewife heat well, and serve hot.
For real, quick relief from distress of enjoys this extra period of time for Zucchini Squash With Tomatoes.
an aching chest cold and its coughing
relaxation and visiting with friends (Serves 6) I ,
, rub on Musterole, a wonder ,
-
'.. fully soothing "COUNTER-IRRITANT". and relatives. 3 medium-sized Zucchini squashes
Better than a mustard plaster to Cranberry Salad. 3 slices bacon 4 w f "\.s: '. :
help break up painful local congestion (Serves 10)
Made 1 medium-sized onion (cut in small
in 3 strengths.
1 quart cranberries pieces)

2 cups water (boiling) 1 No. 2 can tomatoes 1t

n[ill 2 cups sugar :'V teaspoon salt

2 tablespoons unflavored gelatin Pepper to taste

/ cup cold water Wash squashes and cut Into %- '''2 hen e ,
lk cup nut meats (cut fine) inch slices. 'Cook in boiling, salted
To Win and Keep % cup celery (cut fine) water 8 to 10 minutes, or until ten-
He is the most enviable who Vz cup tart apple (cut fine) der. Drain. Cut bacon into small

merit wins a to true keep heart it.DON'T and has the Wash cranberries. Place in sauce- pieces and heat until fat is rendered.Add ,

pan, add boiling water and cook 10 onion and saute until brown. J
minutes, or until cranberries are Add tomatoes and simmer for 5 min- I'i

9' soft. Rub through sieve. Add sugar. utes. Add squash and simmer 5
BE BOSSED to the cranberry pulp. Return to minutes longer. Add salt and pep-

saucepan and cook gently for 5 per, and serve.
BY YOUR LAXATIVE-RELIEVE minutes longer, stirring frequently. -
CONSTIPATION THIS MODERN WAY Remove from range and add the gel-

.When you feel gassy, headachy, logy atin, which has been softened in the Household Hints. I \ IIl
due to clogged-up bowels, do as millions
do-take Feen-A-Mint at bedtime. Next cold water. Stir until dissolved and With the holiday seasons approaching -
morning-thorough, comfortable relief, then chill until mixture just beginsto you are going to have \\l II
x helping you start the day full of your thicken. Add nut meats, celery, more to do; -new household tasks,
normal energy and pep, feeling like a and apple, and place in individual more social obligations, and larger l II II Ic TiN
million!
your nights Feen-A-Mint rest or interfere doesn't with work disturb the gelatin molds. Chill thoroughly, and meals to plan and to prepare. d
next day. Try Feen-A-Mint, the chewinggum serve in crisp lettuce cups. You may often wonder where you titi't !
laxative,yourself.It tastes good,its will find the extra time to do r rawx
handy and .. Honey Almond Sweet Potatoes.
economical a family supply these extra tasks.
costs only (Serves 6) Miss Howe's book, "Household 0G7d

FEEN.A.Mlt T 6 small sweet potatoes Hints," is just the book to help

% cup honey you with these duties. Her time-
gFrriS ::
:V4 cup hot water savers will fit right into your everyday -
........................ % cup almonds (ground) routine, leaving you more

: TEACHING A CHILD 1 tablespoon butter (melted) leisure time for the new activities
which will come during the
up
VALUE OF PENNIES : Cook unpared sweet potatoes in holiday season. .
boiling salted water until tender. "
: A child of wise : You her book
secure
a mother will be may by
1
Cool peel, and cut into halves
,
taught from early childhood to be- writing to "Household Hints,"
come a regular reader of the adver lengthwise. Then place, cut side up,
Eleanor Howe
of 919 North
care ,
tisements.Inthatw33'betlerperhaps in buttered baking dish. Combine
than in any other can the child betaughtthegreatvalueofpenniaand and water add two tablespoons Michigan Avenue, Chicago-
honey ; -
nois, and enclosing 10 cents, in
of this mixture and the melt-
the permanent benefit which comes coin. ,
from making every penny count., ed butter to the ground almonds.

tl i................... u Pour remainder of honey mixture (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)
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FOUR TIlE OLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEAfBEtt IS, 1940


The Clewiston News seeds and plants and moving this old-fashioned feast of fried fish, Mrs. Leon Budge from Boynton Glnnnen Scientifically Broken Len en ,
shrub and that tree, the scenery hush-puppies, swamp cabbage, baked opened their initial visit to the Fitted and Repaired Duplicated.
isn't the stable, unchanging panorama potatoes and corn roasted in the Glades by bagging limits. Also rans DR. F, D. GUDBAUR

Published every Friday in Clewiston it used to be. You have to be shuck. Chigoes (more commonly were Ken Swayne, Eddie Marketteand OptometristPhone
:Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, smart to keep up with it.: pronounced chiggers or jiggers) Martin Timberlake.A. 108 5 Collier Areiide
Inc. seemed to appreciate their visit and Fort Myers. Florida
C. Carlisle, who works at the
And of course your water bill some accompanied them home fora mill, and his son, D. H. succeededin Successor to K. H. Oakley
KEATIILEY BOWDCJT Editor was high last month, and unless the brief visit; but not so the young obtaining the limit for each

rains come it will be high again' bull which chased :them across the again Sunday having failed to .................................... -
Entered as second class mall matter this month. But with seed in pasture and which race resulted in get their full quota onlyonce out

Clewiston February,1,Florida 1927, at, under the Post the Office Act or In the ground and vegetables and too near a tie'to be comfortable of five trips--and .I still hear (Most- RUMFORD RIDDLES
'March S, 1897.Subueription flowers trying to grow, what's to exclaimed Mrs. Stewart. Nevertheless ly from those like me that can'tshoot
be done about if? Just turn the the trip proved more than delightful so well) that there aren't. > Why does Laura Linton

Rate $2.00 Per Year. sprinkler on, and, pray for rain. and to be repeated"soon many ducks in yet. "Rosie" Rosen- look like a lark?
reported each and every one..The Palmer
berg and Malley also got
AdvcrtUlng Rates On Application. We seem to have' settled the second trial Saturday with Mrs. their ten, Sandy Bell six, Jimmy
matter of Thanksgiving.November28th Moran and Mrs. Stewart at the Wilson five and Jimmy Wynne said

Devoted to the advancement and welfare as usual. Somehow, the butt end of the poles produced a I he knew he would have got the
of Clewiston and Hendry County. 21st just wouldn't seem like whole bucket full of speckled perch limit but as luck would have it
Thanksgiving. Schools will closeon and large bream. got his snoring' syncronized'with '/

,the 28th, stores likewise, and And back to ducks Mr. and Mrs. the alarm clock and didn't wakeup.

:' :":":":"r:":":":":":.':":":":":":":":":":":":":":. although the Post Office will .undoubtedly Smythe again brought In the limitof o '
observe President Roose-, their second G
ducks Sunday on o
There have been an increased po .
velt's Thanksgiving, the Engineersare visit out this season with a good p f
number of arrests this week for
:. RAMBLINGS being given their choice. SInc'ewe. portion of them pin-tails proving shooting before sunrise which
try to keep. Thanksgiving .a of ducks
varieties
that different are
By B. B. could be a serious? offense if they BECAUSE .h.'. to happy with her baking Irl.
family affair at our house, and in numbers.
still arriving large
umphi line ih.tlart.d. using RUMFORD
I
: BaVIng
want to make it so, as It is a
hunting season opens on the 20th, Others missing church were Russell Powd.r. RUMFORD. contain no alum_ ..n.v.rl
.:..NON N:..:M:N NCH N:N:N:..N N:N:N:N:N+:..N:. H 1 it was a foregone conclusion that Sutcliff, T. R. Post and party, violation of Federal Law so beware .av.i a bitter fait. S.nd for FREE r.cip.took

the 21st wouldn't suit any of us. 'Robert F. Clarke and party, Jean and don't get your goose cooked Addr.iti Rumford Baking' fowd.r. Box B, Rum-
If you attended the ArmisticeDay The Garden Club meeting, 'usually Johnson and Phillip Clarke from ford. Rhod..liland. _./
celebration Monday morningwe scheduled for the fourth Thurs- West Palm and Palm Beach; Dr. before you kill the duck. ...................................,

venture to say you're one of has been moved to the 3rd .
day up R. R. Duke, \V. H. Jackson J. H. -

the many who made a mental note old I t Thursday, and will be held on November Halloway from ,Tampa; Josh F. I ...**..M.."..M..M..".*...*M..M.*"*...*.......*.M......M..w.....*M..M*."....*.wtM..MtMM*..................................'..............................................;.............'........
to go home and hunt up the 21st, leaving the 28th for Spooner, Owen L. Godwin and HoytT.
,
school song book and learn the Thanksgiving. Ewing from Sebring; Mr. andO
words to the Star Spangled Banner. BOWL.

Somehow, we always manage whenwe So while we're on the subjectof .
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sing that song to, get the banner meetings,-the P-TA meets Tues- J 'I 5
proudly waving in air, and then our day. That's another organizationyou I FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE, 5

voices begin to mutter. and murmur don't need an invitation to
and trail off until only the faithful join. If you're a parent-or evena AT
few can carry the words on to the friend-of the school pupils
A. and B. BOWLING ALLEYS
your place is in the P-TA.
end.Of we'll admit that the
course A FREE GAME- With each gent's score of 200 or better
Star Spangled Banner is most un- I

adapted to group singing. It takesa INNNNH.. .. .. .. .. :NNNNN. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:Nti NNE Ladies' 150 or better and in duck pins a score of 100 or better I'I'I
true voice to make those high I I

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notes without a squeak. Personallywe'll I ..NNNNNN. .NN. .NNNNNNNN. .. . ....NNNti. .MNNNNNNN. . .NNNNNNNNNNNN. . . .. .NNNNNMNNN. . .NN. ..
vote ten to one for God Bless Fishing Quibbles

America instead, and we're hoping
.
Congress will find time to give us By 111111111I1111 IIIIIIIIIIIIII ''IIIIIIIIIIIII lIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII (?:>IIIIIIIIIIIIIII !IIIIIIIIIIIIIII

a national anthem we can "manage. MARTIN "Bobo" TIMBERLAKE

It siderably.would improve But until our that morale is done con-, .:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:.. .

let's try to learn the words to the Announcing .
Star Spangled Banner, so when the Every' once in a while we get COME IN I

second verse is reached our faces the idea that 'we are good fishermen NOWitndLET
when we bring in a nice stringof CLEWISTON\ FISH COMPANYPhone
won't have that .strained far-away US explain OUR'homefinancing
look. bass until along comes a city
slicker and takes all the out plan AI
:* ego 7 Delivery Service
The most popular sentence of of us. Such was the case Saturday ..wttKotit obligation to you

students the program, ;was, in Prof.the Turk eyes of saying the when caught Mr.nineteen Young nice from bas Tampa In a No red tope-ofl loon I We Have Fresh Fish Constantly

"School will be dismissed for the couple of hours fishing at Rock applications ore

day". t Reef, catching''twd'" one'cast cleared quickly moneyis Perch, Catfish, Croppie from the :Lake.
'* for the second time in the. last released '
'. -if ..prompy.Clewiston I Turtle meat Mullet Coast
c The annualRed-: Cross 'roll call month, and that is something to frOin/e-
"*- is 'one' occasio"n> when( you should take .the.'wind. out...of some of the Federal ,; f- -"

think only of tOAwhom you should local guys. Rio offense t meant by PHONE YOUR ORDER TUESDAY OF' THURSDAY
hand your dollar It's a small bit] calling Mr.: Young 'a city slicker- and Loan I AFTERNOONS FOR WEDNESDAY OR.

for each of us, w lie n'you think He's a good :friend and one of the Savings o FRIDAY MORNING DELIVERY v .

of the vast amount of good thatis I best fishermen I have ever run I .
Half of across.. Seems that 'he can smell a Association t
done with the
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gives relief in time of disaster andit "things ain't what they used to YY iixx AIV ..;..Vyy

carries on'a steady campaign be"-that fortified,, with all our ?V.
against disease and for the pro- modern equipment and doo-dads XX ':

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Red help Cross to activities maintain.that our' dollars angling derived from until 'this we age-old take up sport nigger of :ss::;: \ home and one that will do everything quickly,. efficiently '... .t.:;::..:

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don't. That's the way houses trees, their hooks without getting the on I :_::;: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :;:*

shrubs and hedges are app'earinand left-overs on their freshly manicured of it that
disappearing in Clewiston. nails. High score went toxMrs. one thing that gets cheaper the more you use. U

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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1040 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE FIVE


Harold Magill of LaBelle was a C. V. Parkinson and F. C. Gordie, be held November 25th and 26th, FOR SALE-MY NEW house-2
business visitor here Tuesday. accompanied by Emerson Ewing' and of the observance 'of Days of bedrooms-corner Pasadena and
and Ward Roberts of Moore Haven Prayer on December 4th, 5th and San Pedro-Furnished or unfurnished. -
r 'Personals ] Mrs. A. J. RIchaud, Miss Leah were in Miami this week buying I all day December 6th. Inquire of Harry Byers, Clew- -
RIchaud, Mrs. J. W. Frealy and furniture for the new furniture dis Others attending the meetingwere iston Inn, or R. C., Wilson, at the
" m, Bud Vaughn were visitors in West play room of Parkinson's.Rev. Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mrs. G. Lumber company-Lola'Royal,, Belle
Palm Beach Tuesday.Dr. Mathls, Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, Mrs. Glade.
Mr. and Mrs. Josiah Ferris of and Mrs. R. P. Marshalland H. C. Meador, Mrs. R. J. Blount

Washington, D. C. spent several J. W. Ezelle was a visitor in son, of Lakeland, spent the Mrs. H. I... Davis, Mis. I. S. Bell, .
days this week at the Inn. St. Petersburg this week attendingthe week-end in Clewiston at the Com- Mrs. M. C. Doke, Mrs. Alex Mc- ,
annual meeting of the state munity Church manse. Rev. Gowan, Mrs. A. D. Dixon, Mrs. R.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson and dental association.. Marshall filled the pulpit of the C. Nowling, Mrs. C. Nelson, Mrs.C. REPAIR
Mrs. W., H. Lanier were recent church at morning and evening W. Simmons, Mrs. Floyd Hanna, "
services. Mrs. M. A. Thomas, Mrs. M. C.
visitors In West Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haas are
t Vowell, Mrs. W. T. Wheeless, Mrs. '
parents of a baby girl, who was NOW : {
LADIES AID SOCIETY MEETS H. E. Walker Mrs. Olin Waters,
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rodriguezwere born in the Clewiston Hospital
""JTHIRS.. J. F. MORRISONA Mrs. D. B. Allen and Mrs. Jimmy i
[ visitors Saturday In Fort Tuesday. I
.'r', Myers. ---- Weaver. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cothern, group of members of the A .-'- .. i
f ; Janis Cothern attendedthe Ladies Aid Society of the Community GARGAUTUA TO WED
Mrs. P. M. McIntyre; j! is spending Doris and i
several days visiting her husband's circus in } West Palm Beach Church met at the home of Mrs.J. IN SARASOTA THIS WEEK .
Eufala Ala. F. Morrison Monday afternoonto i
t" family in yesterday.Mr.
y.0- 3 sew for the bazaar. Included in Sarasota, November 15.-(FNS)- Pa4f thernodIt :

Mr. and Mrs. C. E., Lear were and Mrs. E. A. Lamar of the group were Mrs. E. C. Mills While social pages failed to carry,,' _
Mrs. C. T. Hurst, Mrs. J. H. the item and even Walter Winchell
i .business visitors in West Palm Augusta, Ga., visited their cousins Doty I
Beach this week. Mr. and Mrs. ,G. B. Raclcstraw Mon- Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. F. D. Duff, seems to .have missed It, a report
L ', -' day. f\ Mrs. Conkling, Mrs. E. W. Durst, from Sarasota this week reveals the !
t ,r' Mrs.. W. E. 'Bolton' and Mrs. W. Mrs. J. G. Niblack and Mrs. R. 'Y.: fact that Gargantua, the famed -

[ W. Perry were ,shopping In West Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Bishop Patterson. Gorilla of Ringling, Brothers and O Does your Home need
\. and have returned froma Barnum and Bailey's circus is about I
r Palm Beach Thursday.Mrs. son, Moye repairs? Are puttingoff
L. -, visit with relatives in Gaines- WILLING WORKERS CLUB'MEETS to "middle aisle" it with Herculita, I needed you
Ruth B. Owens spent the ville. AT HOME OF PAT BAILEY a young lady gorilla from Cuba. because you improvement haven't the :- I

week-end visiting relatives In Okee- M cash? If -
entertained you are, come in
- chobee. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mr. Patricia Bailey mem-
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V-4't and Mrs. W. H. Lanier and Mr. bers of her Sunday School Class, MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL and see us and we will .;
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Griffin and and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn attended the the Willing Workers, at her home ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS show you the simple and ,
most convenient ABC .
sons attended the ,circus in West circus in West Palm Beach Thurs- Friday evening for the monthly Maps Estimates
Palm Beach Thursday afternoon. day evening.Mr. social and business meeting. Monthly Payment Plan
JOHN H. DOTY which makes it possible to I'
Two new members, Jane Sharp
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling were and Mrs. Jesse Bordeaux and and Margaret Ann Roberts, were Engineering Consultant pay for home repairs out of :
business visitors in West Palm daughter, 'Miss Mary Bordeaux and initiated. Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla. income.

Beach Tuesday. song Jesse, of Canal Point spent After a pleasant social hour, dur-
Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. J.' ing which games were played, refreshments -
I Mr. and Mrs. S..L. Crochet and H. Pressley. were served to Sally
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Sharon Crochet attended the circus Graham, Carline .13 rner, Grace '
"\: in West Palm Beach Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen, Etherton and Ward, Jane Sharp, Margaret Ann CLEWISTON
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling spent Roberts, Mary Lou Liles, June and TLNNING & PLUMBING SHOP
Misses Evelyn and, Dorothy Hare Thursday in ,West Palm Beach and Christine Espenlaub, Betty Louise
Anything in Plumbing Fixtures
spent the week-end with their sister attend the circus in 'the after- Jarrett, Billie Arnette Shirley Owen
Prompt, Efficient Service
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Mrs. R. J. Lee, and family' in noon. and Jean Augur.

':Moore, Haven. --'-- I PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr. O Terms are remarkably
Mr. and Mrs. Keathley' Bowden, GARDEN. CLUB, NEXT WEEK easy and are 'always arranged I : I
Keathley Bowden, editor of the H. C. Kolstad, Kim Kolstad and to suit your conve n
\ News, attended the meeting of Kay and Paul Bowden attended the Garden Club meeting will be held J. M./ COUSE nience// i i il
.. the Florida Press Association held In West Palm' ,
circus Beach yester- next Thursday, November 21st, at ..,\\l\\ I r
in Ocala Friday and Saturday.Mr. day. the Clewiston Inn at 3 o'clock. Counselor and Attorney at Law BISHOPWILSONWU; ',1 !I,

Members are requested to note the Hopkins Building LUMBER ,COMPANY ,. {!
and Mrs. W. 'C. Owen and Mrs. J. A. ,McGehee, member from change in date and to rememberthat Wednesdays and Saturdays M"r. ywllR16I
daughter, Shirley, were in West of the district wel- I
. Hendry county cards notifying each memberof 0:30 to 4:00Johnson's Y Yo
'--j Palm Beach attending; the circus fare board, attended meeting of the meeting will 'not be mailed.W. ''' I;
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yesterday. the board in Fort Myers Wednes- I .,1,1'I

day. M. S. HOLDS REGULAR MEET I ,j!
Mr. and Mrs ,R.. E. Waldron, AT BAPTIST CHURCH TUESDAY Fish CampNear
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Janice, Wynn, Mrs. Glen ,Etherton Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bong who '- I
and Mrs.' H., A. Land', were visitorsin recently moved to Clewiston "from The regular program and busi- ( Hurricane Gate) ..
West Palm Beach ,Tuesday.Mr. Kansas City, ,are ',residing in the ness meeting of ,the Woman Missionary Clewiston, Fla. 1
.
'
\ house recently vacated by Mr. and Society was held at the Boats and Motors-Guide Service
t and Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimerand Mrs. G. E. Wenzloff. Mrs. Bong is First Bap st..Churcfi'Tuesday' after- Rates' Reasonable Ij I ,
children, Billy and Patty, of the mother of Mrs. SL.: Crochet. noon with Mrs. Arch Hodges presid- ". H. JOlmson.'gr.. I II I :.
Miami were guests of friends in I IhhhhhhUU
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'!IiI'1' Clewiston over the week-end. Wilbur McGehee, who is a! student program was presented by '

Mrs George-, Terrell... and son, St. Leo in, Florida St. Leo, spent College the Prep holiday at the Clarence Margaret'Krueger circle,is, chairman.of which Mrs.Mrs. ml.j.I I I II'III IillWJlmOOI lli! !J OOII 11 f Iu!m 61 rnm u m i6!t l 1 lm 61II:' mm! II i OOI I II 1Iilln!II n u91VIIJ i mi!!!! !(I I I; mlmllm i VII! Hi!Ilhla.! I tb[rl OO l71I!r oo IIGG m.I n V 1u i IIII.I V ITT ;..J

Don, are leaving' today to spend week-end here with his parents, W. R. Broaderick, led the devotional.
several days with Mr. Terrell in Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGehee. Mr. Appearing on the program were CLEWISTON'S SECOND ANNUAL '
Miami. ,; and Mrs. McGehee accompanied him Mrs. B. E. Herring, Mrs. Ralph M. :
to Fort Myers Monday. Bishop, Mrs. Frank Cothern and f
Mrs. J. F. Tippey, Mrs. Z. G. l Mrs. E. E. Kelly
FESTIVAL and FAIRWill
,. Meredith and ,Patsy Meredith were Reports of the various committee ,
in West Palm Beach and at the FOR SALE-FIne, large, hybrid chairmen were given and announce- .
circus yesterday. Amaryllis bulbs A. W.: Lawrence. ments made of the study course toN i
Be Held

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But the only chance would be to sur- the news was cautiously relayed tc l
prise them. If they discover you the whole company.

-s first every man you take along will "Take a last look at your car- HOUSEHOLD
be killed. Do you want to take that bines and rifles. Have your knives

s chance?" handy if we're rushed. The trail QUESTIONSTo

"Why not? And we must start splits here Sanchez wants six ,vol- t
tonight." Sanchez nodded assent. unteers to follow him up another
"We must get to the cave before hundred feet. He will post them keep muslin curtains even
daybreak." The Indian nodded high above the cave where they can when laundering them, put two

I again. "We shall need you ,for a fire down at the raiders or roll boulders curtains together' and iron as one
guide." on their heads-who wants to curtain.

A small cloud of dust could be go? But," ,he added truthfully, "you *
seen on the northern horizon. "Thoseare should know that if we're licked To shorten the baking time for
THE rancheros," said Bowie. "They there's no possible salvation for apple pie 20 minutes, first 'cook
RANCHO
CARMEN will be here soon." these six." the apples five.minutes in a small
"
The rancheros rode up in twos Every man of the twenty-eight quantity of water, then' cool them

and threes. Felipe and Jose Martinez volunteered. Three rancheros and and proceed as usual..
from Pinole; Antonio Bernal three vaqueros were chosen. Like *

By FRANK H. SPEARMAN Frank H. Spearman WNU Service from Santa Teresa, Francisco Soto men chosen for death, the six with Hang small household articles,

from El Molino; Pedro Arguello their guide crept and crawled the used frequently, on screw-eyes
CHAPTER VIII-Continued has sent me. The Indians were from San Miguel; Sebastian Pacheco last difficult post. Even Bowie, with placed on inside of hall or. bath-
led by Yosco. He has carried
-9- away and Ignacio Alviso from Vicenti. keen ears awaiting with the main room cabinet or closet. They are _..
After breakfast next morning twenty-five girls and women and The sun was hot. Francisco Soto, body the return of Sanchez, could then out of sight but within easy
and Don Ramon sat down in three hundred horses. Padre Mar
Bowie reach.
who was pugnacious' but fat, sug- hear nothing of the volunteers after ,
tinez will .
the rancho office. "If you still feel begs you send help today.He
gested moving to the shade of the they' had gone fifty feet.
will
fears be back
want to go ahead, Don Ramon, they tonightto
you
said Bowie, "I'm inclined to" come carry off more of the women." portico. Bowie vetoed the sugges- "Now," whispered Sanchez on his y
to stay here with .you." Don Ramon raised his hand. "Tell tion. "Let us keep" away from theservants' return, "you have kept quiet. Keep
ears, he suggested. quieter. Try not to start a single
Don Ramon's face lighted. The Padre Martinez we will send help.
details were worked out. The two The horseman, touching his fore- "These Indians are not all to be chip of rock under your feet, for it
trusted. If we don't surprise Yosco, will rattle all the down the
scouts Pardaloe and Simmie were head, whirled away. A clatter of way can-
offered, and later accepted workas hoofs and a trail of dust markedhis he will surprise us: that Indian must yon wall. They are in the cave-
be a sma;t hombre." that much I know Get
vaqueros. But with the under- way across the valley to the now. on yourhands
standing that when the wanderlust southern ranchos. The group on the The conference moved, as a com- and knees' this time for the
seized them they were free to head porch watched him. promise, to the shade of a spread- last climb. I think we've got them."

for the mountains, where in fact, Don Ramon looked to Bowie. "We' ing oak. Two hours went to im- Despite the utmost care an occa-

they had spent most of their timein must act," he said. "The missior pressing on the group the details of sional bit of rock would rattle down ... -.
California. must be protected." the plan of attack. "And I don't the canyon wall; fortunately the dull %r .

After the difficulties had been "What about their soldiers?" demanded want anyone to ride into this without' ascending roar of the small water-

ironed out Don Ramon ordered : Bowie of Pedro. "Hasn't warning him of the danger," said fall muffled the noise. For the weary

horses. Bowie was introduced to this worthless government enough Bowie as the meeting broke up. "It rancheros this final climb on hands
is a dash into enemy country. If and knees their rifles with
Pedro and his vaqueros as major- dragging 3 simple steps begin amazing
Par- our attack fails some of us will not painful care, topped the hardshipsof
domo. Taking Pedro Pancho, relief in a jiffy
daloe and the Creek with them, Don come back, and if anyone wishes to the night. But just as the ,first
Ramon and Bowie spent hours rid- drop out now there will be no hard faint streak of dawn lightened the

ing over the valley and through the feelings. We meet" at eight o'clockat eastern sky Sanchez, with the ut- j l.To relieve hadach"d

hills grantedbY the king of Spain to' the mission. most caution, turned the top of 'the aches body take 2
his favored retainer Don Ramon That night the Spanish blood was trail and led his men into a second Aspirin Tablets Bayer and

Estrada, grandfather to the present up. Every don who had been sum- recess in the precipice.As drink a glass of water. <
Repeat In 2 hours.
moned hand at the
Don Ramon. was on evening each man crept around the t

Dona Maria had been told of the v rendezvous. corner he beheld with astonishmenta

new arrangement. She was so Their numbers had been hand- small fire burning fifty yards away
pleased that she hastened to Car- somely supplemented by rancheros with dim figures dancing and chant- 2.For stare throat from
J, cold dissolve 3 BayefAspirin
men to tell her of the, coming of from the south-in all, twentyeightmen ing around it. Sanchez did not al- tl rl- Tablets in /,
Bowie. Carmen looked up with a rode from the mission that low a word to be even whispered glass.of water ana
face almost as black as a thunder- night for the stronghold of the out- gargle.kr0'1
cloud. law Indians in Santa Maria Canyon.It .

"Why, Carmen," protested her was only a handful of men for

mother "don't you like it?" an invasion, but they were twenty- 3. Check temperature.If .
eight men, each capable of givingan you l have a (ever and
"Like it? exclaimed the impetuous : temperature does not
girl. "An Americano to come to account of himself. 'I-. go down,call your
doctor.-
Guadalupe? Could not Father have e 1
picked anybody but an Americanoto CHAPTER IX L

take poor Francisco's place?" 4r Just be sure you get genuine fast
But Carmen was at least mistressof At Don Ramon's suggestion Bowie acting BAYER Aspirin.At .
her feelings.and she kept them to was made captain of the company

herself. At dinner that night there l and it was agreed to obey his orders. the first sign of a cold, follow the

was present a new member of the "You all understand, I suppose directions in the pictures above-
household and he was received by that we must depend on Sanchezto the simplest and among'the most

the family with the perfect courtesyof take us to the canyonexplained effective modern methods science.So of relief knownto

their training and traditions. Bowie Bowie. "If we fail to find the Indi- k :
ans in the cave our work is lost quickly does' Bayer Aspirin
in spite of himself, was a bit self- "take hold" ,of painful cold
because can't follow them into
conscious. Perhaps that was why we real
toms, welcome relief can
With a face almost as blackas you
he talked more than was his wont. the mountains with a skeleton com- feel often starts in a short time.
He was likewise conscious of choos- a thunder cloud. pany. We are taking the chance of It's amazing how fast it works. '

ing his words carefully in the new regard for the property to supply finding them. I think, a good Try this way. You will say it is
tongue because of listening ears at guards for it?" He did not wait for chance. Sanchez, we are ready to r unequalled. But be sure

the lower end of the table. an answer. "Pedro," he said sharply start when you give word." 1 y you get the fast-acting 8

"fetch Pardaloe and Simmie "A few moments, senor. When Bayer product you want.
Within a short time the rancho Who is this?" he asked. A second the big star shows in the east we Ask for Bayer Aspirin by fFR
start," said the Indian in a the full name when you R
routine had already become so established unobtrusive vaquero hqd stood at very
that the presence of Bowie Pedro's elbow, listening to every low voice. \ buy.
seemed a part of the considerable word. "And when the column moves, nota GENUINE BAYER ASPIRINLove

domain. Pedro a full-blooded Mariposa "This is Sanchez, my right-hand word is to be spoken by anyone,"

Indian took to Bowie from trailer," answered Pedro. "He is added Bowie to the company. "Nota t.l of Fame

the start. Simmie told him of one frantic. Among the girls Yosco has whisper nor a cough nor a laughnor : Vr The love of fame is the last ,
stiff stolen is his sweetheart. Amelita." a sneeze. This is. no,, holiday r P'
fairly brush in company with weakness which even the wise re-
"He knows the mountains?" asked ride-some of us may not come
the Texan and how he had taken sign.-Tacitus.
stock of his bearing when baptizedby Bowie. back. You are going against a chief "We are two hundred feet .

a cloud of arrows. In the esti- "Born and lived there. He is with the reputation of being the from the cave." -
wiliest of the mountain outlaws. San-
mation of an Indian one characteristic down here only two years." I
ranks above all otherssteadiness "And Yosco has stolen his girl?" chez says we need every precau- He had achieved his surprise;; what,

under fire. Every day Pedro mused Pedro. tion. Are you all in moccasins? If now, of the attack?

and his fellow Indian vaquero Pan- "They were to be married soon." not, provide yourselves here. Lookto "Dancing to keep warm?" asked \ FEZRO\EVM Eft(

cho, rode the valley and foothillsof "You should have some idea of your rifles, carbines, knives and Bowie to Sanchez. '

, Guadalupe with Bowie who grad- where this Yosco hides," said Bowie your ammunition. If there is a fight "War dance," whispered Sanchez. Double Benefit
there will be time to correct
ually applied to its better manage- eying Sanchez closely. "He is nc mistakes. Yosco no will do that our for "Another raid tonight." Anything done for another is
ment the experience and practice ofa doubt the same wretch that killed "Maybe!I" exclaimed Bowie men- done for oneself.-Boniface VIII.

Texas cattleman.One Don Francisco. We must get him us. tally. "Call on them surrender,
At midnight the ghostlike column
morning word came to the Where does Yosco hide?" lad penetrated the higher moun- Sanchez." ,

rancho that the Indians had raided "Senor," muttered the stolid Mar ains. Sanchez halted the party in a The high shrill yell of the vaquero

the mission. Two hundred horses iposa, "he has three places." mall grassy glade. Here they dis- broke loud over the empty gorge.

were missing and fifteen women and "Which is the closest?" counted. Three men, Don Ramon The dancers stopped, petrified. The Correct Constipation
taken. The "If he is in the closest he cannot
girls storeroom was sprang up and scurried from
and two vaqueros, were detailed to squaws
robbed and be taken. You must wait till h Before-Not After!
emptied. < guard the horses-above the gladehe sight. Sanchez called for surrender.The .
"Senor Bowie, what do you thinkof goes farther up in the mountains.' trail could be followed only on startled warriors looked aboutin

this raid?" Don Ramon asked the Bowie was impatient. "Tell me oot. The advance was begun single vain for a foe. They raised a An ounce of prevention worth a

Texan at breakfast. talk faster: where is this closest file, and like a writhing black ser- quick sharp yell of defiance. For pound of emergency relief.Why let
"Pedro thinks this is another of place?" he asked curtly. lent the column of armed men most of them it was the last. A yourself suffer those dull lifeless

Yosco's jobs. Pedro knows these "In a canyon of the Santa Maria wound its way, at times faintly vis- burst of rifle fire toppled them over days bring because on the of need constipation for emergency,why

mountain Indians pretty well. But River, high up in a cave-" ble in the light of the stars, and, at, like pasteboard men. The few who medicines, when there may be afar
there's one thing certain: every time Pedro interrupted. "I know that times disappearing into the eclipseof partly escaped the fatal hail stag- better way? That way Is to

Indians make a successful raid they big cave, senor. It opens on a can a mountain shoulder. Not a word gered or plunged, wounded, back to KEEP regular by getting. at the '
bolder for the wall five hundred feet The cause of the trouble.If
are next. They needa yon high. shelter.
was spoken-the Texan knew the it's common constlpation.due
lesson. cave is halfway up, reached by a tricks of Indians and left nothing to Undismayed and sooner than the to lack of "bulk" in the diet, a c
He spoke slowly. I ledge not three feet wide. You see chance. Californians could reload, a fresh pleasant nutritious,ready-to-eat C
"What shall we do?" asked Don i there is no chance to attack while cereal-Kellogg's All-Bran-goes
warriors out limp-
The than that
of one
going grew rougher party ran ; supplyingthe
to the cause by
straight
Ramon him. Yosco hides there. You wait.
interrupting must of the sierra they had crossed. Bowie ing savage pointed in the directionof "bulk"you need.
"I know of but one thing," con- "This cave-it opens out on a can- crunchy toasted cereal
halted at times to give the ,column the gunfire. A shower of arrows Eat this
tinued Bowie; "that is to go after yon wall. Is the opening narrow or a chance to close up; and an flew from the cave mouth. As these regularly, drink plenty of water all,
them. wide and see if you don't forget
Anyway that's what ?
usedto
we "
occasional cautious "Hist! checkedthe struck the rocks hiding the attackers about constipation. All-Bran is
do down on the Staked Plain "Wide, senor." movement while Sanchez felt a yell and a volley came from made by Kellogg's in Battle CreeK.If .
when they got too troublesome.There's "We will try for the cave, Pedro." out the rocks for further ascent. He across the canyon. Three of the war- your condition is chronic, it is

another angle in this for me, "But, senor!1" was following a trail along which riors went down before the rifles of wise to consult a physician.
Don Ramon. This Yosco led the Bowie shook'his head. "We will
each man was cautioned in the low- the Texan scouts and Pedro. The
raid that resulted in the death of start tonight. What say, Sanchez?"
est whisper to hug the face of the savages had not recovered from IC
Don Francisco-murder I call it for The did not He
: Mariposa speak. from
precipice they were mounting- their amazement at gunfire a
the boy was killed after he was looked at the ground, thinking. Don
where would have second
volleywas
a misstep plungeda new quarter when a
wounded. He was my friend. I'd I Ramon, Dona Maria, Carmen, wait- CREATING
man hundreds of feet into the poured into them from the Cali- NEW WEALTHTO
travel from here to hell-fire to punish ed in suspense.
canyon below.At fornians hidden on the trail.
his murderer. "Sanchez," asked Bowie casually,
long last the struggling ranch- To add to the trouble of the cave
His and
speech manner were still "are afraid?
you
who had been of
not
eros, they men tumbling downon ORDER
deliberate almost cold but his men, boulders were
tone The taunt stung the Indian into
spirit, would have sunk under the
warrior
As
them from above.
carried conviction of deadly intent. words, "For himself, Sanchez fears exhaustion of their long and dangerous issued O Advertising creates new
Again he was cut short. Pedro, nothing. Yosco has stolen his Am- climb led in the dark- after warrior, yelling defiance, wealth by showing people new
hat in hand, had run hurriedly to elita. Sometime," Sanchez spoke were from the cave he was struck and better ways of living andas
to rock in the sheer
ness a chimney covered wealth it
down. The ledge was soon it creates new con-
the doorway. "Vaquero from the slowly "sometime Sanchez will
on,
face of the precipice. Within the waited. tributes to the prosperity of
Still Sanchez
with dead.
mission! he exclaimed.The .
kill him. walls! of this they could stand in a He of Bowie everyone touched by the flow of money
Don with Bowie, followed "You speak like a man, Sanchez. waited till the patience which is set up. In this way don't you
closely by Dona Maria and Carmen, But help us now, to get back the group."We two hundred feet from and that of the shivering rancheroswas see, advertising is a social force which is
hastened to the portico. The mes- horses and the mission women. Can are" exhausted But the patience of working in the interest of every one of us
the cave, whispered Bowie to those Indian the patience of everyday of the year bringing us new
bareheaded and his an surpasses
was take to the
senger you us cave?
nearest him. The splashing of a Wealth to use and enjoy.
horse foam flecked and restive.He a white man.
Again the Mariposa paused. "I small
'waterfall in the canyon madeit
spoke fast. "Padre Martinez can take to the (TO BE CONTINUED)
you cave senor.
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PAGE EIGHT ,'__ _THE .. ,OLEWISTOy NEWS "c FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1040I
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Tigers Wink -' be studying trees) we found two or the name will become void accord- I its name and address as well as thoM relation, the name of the person or
; baby coons. While Paul yelled ing to law. of each individual member, must begiven i corporation for whom such trustee is
I This 28th day of October 1940. ). acting: also that the said two para-
"Foxes!", Jack was climbing the Mario Margaret ScharnbTg The Clewlstcn News, Inc., Clewiston graphs contain statements embracing I
k (Continued, from Page 1) tree after them. They are in the Administrator of the Estate of Florida. F. D Duff, Clewiston, affiant's full knowledge and belief as
H. J. B. Scharnberg, deceased. Florida S. B. Beach, Palm Beach, to the circumstances and conditions
f Yd's. gained on run-pas. 283 158 lab and may be used by the boys as Hendry County Florida. under which stockholders and security _

E Total Yds. lost 0 44 "projects". By the' way, they have Clowlaton 4t. Nov. ,18.1522 Florida., 1940. 3. That the known bondholders holders who do not appear upon the
books of the as trustees,
mortgagers and other security hold- company
of kicks 79 120 christened "Dick Turk and
Runback been (
ers owning or holding 1 per centor hold stock and securities in a capacity
t Penalties 15 0 "Lucy" (Humble). more of total amount of bonds other than that of a bona fide owner;
other and this affiant has no reason to believe -
mortgages or securities are
Score by periods: 21-26-0-4; 0-6-6-6 ALIAS ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIN
that other associa-
f (If there are none, so state.) any person -
FFA ,VISITS SPECIAL TRAIN None. tion, or corporation has any interest
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE direct or indirect in the said stock,
The Clewis ton chapter of Future 4. That the two paragraphs next
Inn Flowers TWELFTH bonds,
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF above, or other securities than as so
the of
r- Farmers of America visited the FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HKNDRY stockholders giving names and security the hold owners stated by him

I Florida Livestock, Forage and COUNTY. IN CHANCERY. ers, if any, contain not only the list KEATHLEY BOWDEN,
CASE NO.- of stockholders and security holdersas (Signature of Editor).
t (Continued from page 1) ,Forestry special train Wednesday they appear upon the books of the Sworn to and subscribed before mo
attend this and others of the con- afternoon at Moore Haven. The CLEWISTON REALTY AND DEVELOPMENT company but also, In cases where the I this 4th day of November 1940.
CORPORATION, a (Seal) BERYL BOWDEN,
cert series. A loud speaker amplification boys went over on the, school bus FLORIDA corporation, stockholders or security holders appe.ars -
upon the books: of the companyas (My commission expires March 11,
t will be provided to allow the accompanied by Mr. Turk Mr. Plaintiff. trustee on in any other fiduciary I 1944.)

t-, music ,to be heard from parked Lofton the Itinerant Teacher Trainer VtlAL1IAR)- I

of Vocational Agriculture in the
r cats. & COMPANY a dissolved
(lIi IIIIIIIIAIIUum''Ir-----;
southern district of Florida and Delaware corporation end all unknown I

Band Concert- Mr. Keen the Clewiston teacher of persons or parties (whether
natural corporate or municipal) t
Vo-Ag. The trip proved very edu- claiming: through, under or from
cational and enjoyable to all who said dissolved corporation, and E. "
'
B. ROBERTS, Trustee for Almar
(Continued from Pago 1) had the opportunity of attendingthe & Company, a dissolved Delaware

'c- great deal to the, cultural, home- special train. The special train corporation and all unknown persons N E taa
"' having or claiming an Interest
like atmosphere that Is characteristicof was composed'ot seven cars ;\with in the real property described -

the Inn. Mrs, C. L. Downs, four: cars devoted to exhibits., The in the bill.t' I
Defendants. 111 with uS you
manager, personally plans the gar- 'first exhibit car was given over to savings accou-
> den, supervises its planting and does agronomy and forestry. The It appearing by the sworn bill of I = When yOU have a dtors\ at a time1Us\ .
complaint filed herein' that the plaintiff it o leW \ncome.I
to of
of the flower arrangementsas second exhibit devoted odd out your _'
r as many car was en- Is entitled to an order of publication con save
time permits. tirely to beef cattle. The third car whatever 'j0t1 con compounded semi' -

> ___ ____________ contained the and swine IT IS ORDERED that the defendant, } we pO't' while\ \ -
dairy ex- Almar &, Company, a dissolved Dela- -rL good earnings worth
a hibits and Florida's ,$10,000,000 ware corporation and all parties ,08 2eally\ moke savin 9
: claiming interests under or from onMloUy, and \let
4JTT poultry Industry and Its advance- Almar & Company, or otherwise, and all ::'# Into our office today'$Sovlng
ment was shown in the fourth car. unknown persons having or claimingan vtnv not 'come our insured ,.
interest the following describedreal apon1
,S, Some of the boys had the pleasure I property in in Hendry County, Florida us ten 'IOU more
HONOR ROLL of posing for the cemeraman for to-wit: \ {r om the 1st on:
Lot Block 173 of the General Earnings
25.
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L.; First grade-Billy' Blount, Orble Paramount news. We would appreciate Plat of Clewiston Florida,. according receIVed by

,': Luke, Thomas Walton. Emma Jane : the local theatre obtainingthis to the plat thereof recordedIn funds ,
Plat Book 2, at pages 7 to
Ezelle, Glenn Phillips, Carole news so that we can see our 14, Inclusive, of the Public Rec-

Augur, Howard Ashley, Joan Sutton boys on the screen. ords of Hendry County, Florida,
' I and E. B. Roberts, Trustee for Almar
and Doris Cothern. & Company a dissolved Delaware Clewiston Federal Savingsand
Second grade-Charles Adams, 1 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH corporation be and appear in the

Carol Alston, Rachel '''Miner, Joyce ; H. C. Mendor, pastor abovo House entitled in LaBelle.cause Florida at the, on Court the

,- Turner, Eleanor Von Mach, Bevo'yFlaniken 16th day of December. 1940 to answer

:- Edwin .Messer, Wayne 1 "We Saved Seat For 'You" the allegations bill of of complaint said bill herein will be else takenas the Loan Association

::, Shelfer and Jimmle, Waters.. I SUNDAY-Every member of the confessed by said defendants.

, : Third grade-Bobby Berner, Kay i j church is urged ,to have, a part in this IT order IS FURTHER be published ORDERED once a week that .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:M:NM. .M.N.NNM. .NNNM. .NN., :..:M.M.N.NON N...:N:,<.N.N.N:..:NN. .NN. .NON. .N.1.:N. "

Vii-;; Bowden, Jimmie Johnson, Richard' the Census. The workers are to for four (4) consecutive weeks in

,,: Knight, Gene Land, Harry Vaughn, I meet at the church at 2:30 p. m. The Clewiaton News, a newspaper Florida.
published in Hendry County ,
John Williams, Shirley Benbow, i I I We are counting on you. DATED this 6 day of November, .i(
'S
Settle Huff, Maureen Johnson and MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 1940. I
teal) WILLIAM: T. HULL. hi
Ann Prewitt.
NIGHTS We fortunate to '
are very Cleric of Circuit Court of
Fourth grade-Corrine Von Mach, have with u's this week Rev. H. E. Hendry County Florida.

Richard MoLeod, Billy Arnette, RIdenour, jr. to lead our church Miami EVANS, Florida MERSHON, & SAWYER, i i

Christine Espenlaub, Jack Davis, In a study of '"The Outlines of Solicitors for Plaintiff.5t CLEWISTON GOLF

Danny Martin, Charles Miner, Alfred I I I Bible History" The purpose of Nov ,8-15-22-29. ,. Dec. 6, '1940V

Dodge- Shirley" ;Owen, and Billy this course Is to better prepare our : .

Toulis. Sunday School teachers; and to STATEMENT :OF, TUB OWNERSHIP, 1 x

Fifth grade Doris Strickland, better acquaint our people with the MANAGEMENT, CIRC TJ..o\.TION. ETC,! COURSE 4 f ,
Required by; the Act of Conl'rclJ"of :;: :::
Joyce Phillips, Shirley Krueger, :
content of the Bible. Classes will August 24; 1012, nnd March 3, 1033 "
'
Jane Huff, Lillian Golden, Caroline :: -:'; i
begin each evening at 8:00 P. m. :$i: ::
Of The Clewiston News published "
Berner, Jane Sharp, Katheryn Dyess, Brother Ridenour. is one of our weeklyat Clewiston Florida for .. ', : ',.f':':. ,,', ',. ..f.i .
: Bussell Dick :Schiffli Albert .., ,:., '- '. i' ; -
Mary State Missionaries and located at October 1st, 1940. : !;f' .f.
Stephens, ,Anthony Toulis, Joe ; Glades.. STATE OP FLORIDA, COUNTY OF .;. -:1. ,I: \ '; ..
present in the HENDRY, ss. .f. I., y ..
Phillips, Kim Kolstad, Claude Wil- Sunbeam Band Before mea' Nortary: Public in and "
MONDAY The- :
liams and Clifford,. Beatty. for the Stateand' county aforesaid, ;. .. 12.
will meet af I the church at 3 p. m. personally appeared Keathley Bowden, .: .. .
Sixth grade L Gilbert. McLeod, who having been duly sworn accord- .:.
Junior Martinez., Jack Martinez, WEDNESDAY Junior G. A. ing to law, deposes and says that he .f.:
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+ will 'meet 'at+ the church at 3:30p. is the editor of the Clewiston News y
Gene Doke, Charles: :Benbow, Grace and that the:'following" is, to the best
Ward, Mary Louise Thomas, Louise m. All girls are requested to: be of his knowledge and belief, a true

Prewitt, June: Espenlaub, Jo Ann present. ; ment statement(and, of if the ownership daily manage-, the jijy jij-
a paper I to the Public _
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TUESDAY-The Cottage 'PrayerMeeting Open
Crouch, Patricia Bailey, Harriet I circulation), etc, of the aforesaid
' Alston and Shirley Schultz 'I will be,' held at the home the publication above caption for the required date shown by the in
of 'Mrs. H. C. Meador at 9 .
a. m.
Seventh grade Nora Oglesby Act of August 24, 1912, as amendedby
Wanda Shelfer, Jean Augur Emily the Act of March 3. 1933, embodied y y
in' section 537, Postal Laws
Bullen and Elsie Martin. I and Regulations printed on .the x x
-' ,NOTICE TO CREDITORS revense : of thiS form to wit:
,{ Eighth ,
grade Nick Schiffli Probate Law 1033 .:. :
1. That the names and addresses
and Christine Redish., of the publisher editor, managing .f.
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Ninth grade, --_,Marianne, Jones, STATE OF',FLORIDA COUNTY OF editor Publisher.and business managers are .:. ; "
The Clewiston. News Inc.
HENDRY iIi.
r;:- Norma Bussell and ,Barbara Broad- You and each of 'you are ']hereby Clewiston,:' Florida. I :,:: :

fuoL' notified 'and required-to present any Editor 'Keathley"." Bowden, Clewis.. .1 '': '
claims and demands which you, or ton. Florida. : --' p
; Tenth grade-Elbert ,Hooker. I either of you, may have against the Managing Editor Keathley Bowden "
I ,' Twelfth grade-Renee Wething- estate of H.- J. "B. Scharnberer, de Clewiston, Florida. ::=: Moderate Greeii Fees ,:_;:
'."' ceased. late of said County, to the 2. That the owner is: (If owned
: ton, June ,Hooker; A:.' D. ,Frith, Dick,I County Judge of Hendry,,' County, by a corporation, its name and ad- y =:
Owen, Dons Hodges and Julia Florida, at his office in the court dress must be stated and also immediately ::: Exceptional Fairways ::
Oglesby.' house at LaBelle, Florida, within eight thereunder the names and
calendar months from' the date of addresses of stockholders owning or : "
the first publication of this, ,notice. .holding] one per cent or more of total *: Interesting Greens :=;:
NEW GRADE Each claim or demand must be in amount of stock. If not owned by ..' .
NEWS of corporation, the names and addresses -
writing and 'must state the place
:. On a biology field trip 'Wed'nesday residence and post office address of of the individual owners must II.

_, morning (we 'were supposed to tire claimant and must be sworn to be given. If, owned by a firm, com- .-.-. -. -. .. .. .. ..........................N. .. ..N. .. ...
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