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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 22, 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 14; NUMBER 50 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1940 SUBSCRIPTIOX-$2.00 PER YEAR

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SUGAR YIELD AHEAD 59 Is Net Draft I[VINCENT OGLESBY IS I Employment Given SLIGHT DAMAGE TO


Quota For CountyThe Western Union StudentMiss

OF LAST SEASON'S \ I CREDITED WITH FIRST CANE BY FROSTS

net selective service quota Maxine Doty, daughter' of

: 3D GRINDING WEEK for Hendry county up to June 1 DEER IN NEW SEASONVincent Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Doty, who has OF PAST WEEKENDJay
of next year has been, placed at been taking instruction in the oper-

/ 59 by the state draft office it was I ation of teletype and in business

Y The sugar house of the United made known the first of the week Oglesby was credited management under Mrs. J. M. I W. Moran, vice-president and

r_ States Sugar Corporation, now near- I in the daily press. Official, notifi- I with bringing in the first deer of Fountain, manager of the Western general manager of the United
cation of the has not been Union office, has been called to
ing the end of its third week of quota the season to Clewiston after the States Sugar Corporation, said this
the local draft office. I Live Oak to take a position as.;
received
by
; operation is running at the I opening of the season Wednes- week that despite the unseasonablecold
proper pace' for the high fibre cane Another later release was to the day morning and so far as can be operator. It Is not known whether i of the past week-end when

which is now being ground, it was -effect that five men would go from learned the two turkeys killed by the position ,is permanent or only [I low temperatures of 32 degreeswere
stated today by Jay W. Moran, this county on the first call to be E. L. Stewart and J. A. McGehee for a short time but at the con-i recorded in Canal Point on

vice-president and general managerof made the first of December. As and brought in Thursday afternoonwere elusion of the three month's .train Saturday morning and in Bear ,
the first bagged by Clewiston ing, if the student shows aptitudefor Beach Village on Sunday
the corporation.An there are now fifteen volunteersit morningthe
excellent yield of cane is is probable that these five will j I I hunters. the work employment is usually damage done to growing cane

being obtained, said Mr. Moran, be taken from the volunteer list. For several days preceding the steady. was insignificant. In some places
well above that of the same date opening date there was a steady Miss Doty, according to Mrs. the leaves were slightly scorched
The county draft board has classi- Fountain has shown considerable
last year. Most of the cane now procession of cars through Clewis- but this does not injure the cane
being ground is small-barrel fied the greater"number of those ton toward the ,Big Cypress hunt- proficiency in learning the work stalk. -

fi .. t" 962 variety which is very high in registrants who have already filled ing area in lower Hendry and Col- and her future success will depend Vegetables, too, in the Clewistonarea
largely on her ability to stand the
sucrose content and is the earliest out questionnaires and show 311 lier counties. Having learned in appeared to have escaped
in office. Her mother
gaff a new
developing variety grown. Tonnageof at present, including volunteers, past years to expect most any kindof much more lightly than in some : i''
accompanied her to Live Oak to
cane is also well ahead of that woods roads conditions they other parts of the 'glades. A fieldof
in Class 1, those available for immediate remain with her a few days.
last season. came equipped to go as deep into squash just across the street
service. These 31 will be Miss Edith Polk, one of lr3.Fountain's .
Despite some rumors to the con- the woods as possible and many of from the hospital was slightly
trary there iPno shortage of labor given medical examinations at once : the "swamp buggies" which had former pupils is now nipped but picking was continuing
managing the Wildwood Western
according to Mr. Moran's statement. by Dr. C. E. Weaver of LaBelle, ance to the automobile they former- today. Several bean fields in the
Union office 'and has been employed
in plantations are been rigged had lost all resemblly -
Crews many up townsite escaped almost unscathed.
examining physician for the county. steadily since leaving Clewiston.
completing their cutting quotas had been. South and'east of Clewiston there

early in the afternoons and while The season on deer continues to appeared to be little or no damagebut
th'ere was not the great surplus of Markette Awarded December 31 with each hunter be- Bowling Tourney westward in Glades county I

f. labor at the beginning of this I ing permitted one buck- for a daily there was considerable damage :' '

season such as at the start of Contract For Heaters bag limit but only two during the Gets Underway done by white frosts on three con- i

previous seasons this was largelydue !;season. The wild turkey and quail secutive mornings. On the East I

to a different plan of bringingin For Local School I] season continues until February 15. On Tuesday NightThe shore of the lake from Belle Glade .: I

labor. Trucks are arriving every Two turkeys may be killed in a northward most damage was said ;{,
day with additional laborers and --rEd day with five as the season limit. ----r- to have been done Monday morning' %!

these arrivals are so spaced as to Markette, owner and managerof Fifteen quail may be taken in a Kiwanis and Sugar Corpora- despite a temperature several degrees .
supply labor gradually as. the season the Clewiston Radio and .Electric day with 200 as the season limit. tion Office teams of the Clewiston warmer than on the two, :i.

0: progresses and production. is Company was awarded thecon'tract Hunting is permitted every day Bowling League went into a tie previous nights. -,' ,
stepped up. by the county school in Hendry county until December for first place in the first league
It old-timers
was regarded by as
Some laborers, former workers board to install heaters and a hot 1 after' which hunting on Mondays, matches- which were played on .the one of the coldest spells ever seen ;;I
water system in the Clewiston and will be A. and B. Tuesday night.
Wednesdays Fridays Alleys
here, were loathe to leave their in November, particularly! as the Ij'
homes because of registration for school. His bid for sixteen heat- prohibited. This clause in the The Kiwanis team trounced the
first one of the season. The temperature .1.
the draft but this also has largely ers and the hot water heater was law, a local bill 'passed at the last Clewiston Motors team three was unusually high on iii,

been taken care of at this time. $1500.00At session of the Legislature to pre- I straight games and the Sugar Cor- Thursday but by Friday night a !'

Others started for Clewiston for the regular meeting of the vent "ice-box" hunting, is said not poration team treated the Commissary north wind and overcast skies had ..; i1
the cane harvest apparently stoppeden board the first of the month three to refer to wild ducks 'which may Department the same way. made it very uncomfortable. Sat- : !'

route and secured employmenton bids were received but none was be hunted every day, until the closeof The schedule for the eight teamsis urday morning was the coldest ..

government defense projects and accepted at that time.: The weekend the season December 31. The posted at the alleys and play temperature recorded in most places I,

barracks but the greater part of cold spell made apparent''the duck season, set by federal' regula- will continue on Tuesday and Thursday but weather, bureau warnings of 'f

this group were those' who were' necessity for the heating'system tion, opened November 2. nights:" To facilitate rapid much lojver temperatures Saturday .:
.a?' coming here merely- looking for and the'contract, "was- let atspec"iar a Hunters returning from the hunt-, playing ,of' the ';:filches '"all four night and S nd'tyffi'JI" lng.: created ", .

,'i: work and for whom provision had meeting' on Tuesday in La- (Continued .on page 8) alleys are being put in shape 'and considerable worry for the safety :"J

not been made in advance. Belle. I will be used fort league play on of the sugar cane crop. \ '...i
:Mr. Markette states that 'the tournament nights.; I '', i
make of heater used will depend on Several prizes are being awarded ; ", j
Gerald Dies
Flynn DICK HALL WINNEROF
1 Band Concert Is :
the
make now available in sufficient this year to be paid for from the

In quantity to do the job. A pot-type sizeable pot which will be built up i to,

PhiladelphiaFather burner, fuel oil Heater will be FIRST TURKEYAT from the $1.00 entrance fee and.. Enjoyed Wednesday

used in four different sizes depend- the eight cents a line which will .:

L. J.: Flynn, pastor of ing 'on the size of the room to be be contributed by the bowlers and :;
heated. All will be burner The United States Sugar Corpor-
single
KIWANIS SHOOTTo
the
St. Margaret's Catholic Church here alley managers. ,'
ation' Band gavel a splendid con-
heaters. The of heater
type carriedin
and St. Mary's of Pahokee receivedthe Following are the scores on the
stock by this dealer is the Cole- cert in Civic Center Park Wednes- :
sad news, just'a short time Tuesday nig ht. matches. Matches
before services last Sunday week, man and that is the make that a man who spent his boyhood between the U. S '.Engineers and day evening, where the portable
band shell had been erected, whichwas
I of the death of his younger brother, will probably be installed. knocking squirrels out of tall oak Merchants and the CitY' of Clewis-
attended by a large crowd of
Gerald Flynn at his, home in trees with river gravel, picking off ton versus ,Affiliated Office team
Philadelphia. Father Flynn left _Soil\ Expert SpeaksAt bulls-eyes with a' twenty-two rifle were played last night but the re- communities.The people both .of this and neighboring

for Philadelphia as soon as Sunday offered no difficulty and Dick Hall sults were not'made known this
services were over and has not Garden Club : placed two shots directly in the morning. v program consisted of several
yet returned. I center of the target and just nicked U. :S. S. C. Office marches, waltzes and special num- 1

It is understood that the young the edge of the next ring with a Von Mach ..._.........._..: 132' 165 164 bers and was concluded with the (
Je ]I
man had volunteered for servicein Dr. W. L. Lott was guest speaker third for a score of fourteen and I Shelley _...........:::..... 118 126 .109 "Everglades Sugar March" and the

the U. S. Navy and a minor 1 at the Clewiston Garden Club one of the two turkeys given away I Wilson .........-.--....... 102: 118 "Star Spangled Banner". I
operation had been found necessary' meeting at the Inn yesterday after- by the Kiwanis Club at their shoot Bell ..._............:....... 145 154 170 It is understood that these con-

before he ,could pass the physical noon. His topic, was "Chemistryof Wednesday night at Bill Johnson's I Ward ...._.........._..... 181 139 159 certs will be held .during the seas-
examination. The operation was the Soil". Dr. Lott is connected! Fish Camp. Crochet .................... 119 on at as frequent intervals as can

successfuly performed but in his with the research laboratory of the And to prove it was a family Total .............::...; 678 703 720 be arranged. :

eagerness to enter the service is United States Sugar Corporationand trait his nephew, Joe Hall, did almost U. S. S. C. Coinnu&sary* I

believed to have gotten from his was able to give specific I as good to take home the Kinsey................... 94 114 Three Army Planes ,I
: bed too quickly causing hemorrages answers to many questions which', turkey provided for visitors. A. 0.' Hagar _................::.. 138 128
which resulted in his death. the club members asked concerninglocal I Ward cashed in for the second Kolstad ...................: 109 128 145 Here Over Sunday

The entire community extends to soil conditions.The Kiwanis turkey. No one was Waters ..................... 161 119 148 I

Father Flynn its sincere sympathy. speaker gave the essential permitted but one attempt due to I Logan ...................... 103 130 -.-
elements necessary to plant growth the interest shown and the number Oliver ....................__ 134 92 Three army pursuit planes which

Harlem Home IsDestroyed and showed pow these must be attending.But I (Continued on Page 8) landed at the local airport Satur- ;
:, absorbed by the roots from the the remainder of the crowdof I day morning and remained until j

By FireFire soil, and explained why it was almost fifty men who did not Glades County AttorneyDies Sunday afternoon occasioned con- !.
necessary that these elements be win a turkey were not too disap- siderable interest on the part of

present in soluble form in the soil pointed for they enjoyed what is Of Heart Attack the townspeople many of whom

which broke out about 830 since the roots are unable to absorb said to have been one of the finest visited the field to view the planes.It .

Friday morning in the homey ofa them except in soluble form. He fish frys ever held here. ..----- Is understood that the pilots ,!

colored worker in Harlem completely explained also the elements which Ralph Bishop and Dick Turk (Moore Haven. Democrat) and officers aboard the planes came '1
ib destroyed that house and are more abundant in acid soils, fried the ninety pounds, of perch The' community was deeply shocked here for a duck hunt with a party I
threatened others on either side and stated that usually a soil thatis and small mullet, Gideon Brown yesterday afternoon to hear from Belle Glade. They left :I
which were saved by the timely slightly acid is best for agricul- made the hush-puppies and Jim that Attorney B. A.' Bales, 54, had Orlando Saturday morning, flew '
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arrival of the fire engine from tural purposes. Beardsley and Dick Hall made the died that morning o'f a heart attack first to West Palm Beach, then to
'
town. After the speaker concluded he coffee. Others arranged pickles and at his hunting ,camp deep in Belle Glade where they circled to

The blaze was said to have been answered questions from the mem- other necessities and when the the Big Cypress where he had gone Identify themselves and them flew .
caused from a kerosene heater bers. Later there was a general feast was over there was nothingleft by plane the day before with a on to Clewiston- land.. The entire "
discussion of annuals for local in the of eats. is said to
1 which the occupant of the house way party of friends. trip from Orlando here
had left burning. None of the gardens, presented by the mem- Art Lawrence managed the shoot Chas. W. Ryan, who took the have taken only. ,forty minutes. 1\\

family was' in the house when bers.Mrs. Leah and the finances' and reported that party into their camp in his ( plane, These machines are fitted with I
the fire started. Spicer presided at although the event had proven a brought the body In, landed at, four machine guns, two of which ,
94 the business session, at which reports financial "flop" it was one of the Whidden', Corner and arrived in synchronized to shoot through "
The fire engine called out are
was I from various committees were best times in'the history of the town with the sad news a little the propellor and the other two :
again last
night what
by appearedat 1 heard, and several new memberswere club. Music during the supper was after one o'clock. He said that mounted in the wings.
first to be a serious blaze. It are
admitted by election. I furnished by the sound wagon of Mr. Bales had been in unusually
turned out to be -a'palm tree the Attending were Mrs. F. E. Conk- Ed Markette and Jerry Wilcox. good spirits in camp the night be-
dead fronds of which had been set ling, Mrs. Spicer, Mrs. Campbell fore and slept rather late Thurs- Hendry Board Asks ,

or accidentally caught, fire. Nail, Mrs. W. H.: Lanier, Mrs. E. SAVANNAH :MINISTER day morning. He had been out of

L. Stewart, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs.F. TO PREACH SUNDAYRev. his bed but a' few minutes whenhe For Ward As Agent
r TO SELECT QUEEN Dl: Duff, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, was overcome' by the attack and

Mrs. K. Bowden, Mrs. R. W. Turk, Geo. E. Clary, now pastorof was carried to his bed by the three -
More than 60 beautiful girls rep- Mrs. H. C. Kolstad, Mrs-- A. O. the Wesley Monumental Methodist members of the party still in camp, (Hendry County News)
resenting every section of Florida Ward, Mrs. W. L. Lott, Mrs. A. L. The county commissioners Monday
; Church of Savannah, Ga., will Mr. Ryan, J., C. Swindall and N. L.
will gather in Orlando on Nev. 30 Hackett, Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs.B. be the guest minister occupying the Langdale. He never regained con- wired A. P. Spencer of the
to; complete for the honor of becom E. Herring, Mrs. J. F. Tippey, pulpit at the Community Church sciousness and died at 10:45. The state department of agriculturethat
ing queen of the annual Orange Mrs. Z. G. Meredith Mrs. they would be willing to hire
.. J. W. Sunday morning.The body was placed in the plane and
Bowl gridiron classic in Miami on Ezelle, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt,, Mrs. choir is arranging special Mr. Ryan flew to the ',camp of Dewey Ward as county agent for
,
New Year's Day. Orlando Jayceesare H. C. Jones, Mrs. W. E. Bolton and music for the service and everyoneIs County Judge J. M. Couse a few Hendry county at a salary of' $100
sponsoring the affair. Mrs. Robert Bair. to Continued on Page 8)
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h StatisticsTable Election 1 I Wings of Freedom for America! I




i At Mitchell field, located on Long Island, New York:, are roosted

R W A bNK ( below shows state by state re- some of the most powerful fighting airplanes in the world, ready to givea

QE wEN suits(electoral in vote tho ),election Congressional of the Representa President Kh'UServu', warm welcome to any invader. Mitchell field is one of the hey military

tives. U. S. Senators and the governors of air centers of the eastern seaboard. Once the casual visitor was

Washington, D. C. each state In which these posts were at New York Symphony welcome to stroll about, but not today! No chances are being taken
stake.) The shiny look of the midtown with saboteurs or other weevils. This series

NO Rumors CABINET that POST Wendell FOR Willkie WILLKIE will no (Qs Q: ei t1_:> (o(5H oon area drenched Saturday with evenings humanity, when out for it is a peek at this eagle's nest, and will be good for of your photographs morale. gives youa

be offered a cabinet post or chair- aN o.. ao good time, making the atmosphere

manship of the defense commissionare State en IA laugh Ships from Nazi-domi
just rumors and no more. Roose- D R D R D R DNR nated nations anchored in the Hud

velt has no intention of unifying Ala. 11 9 son river. A whiff of deep tragedy gff along such lines. Arfz..3 1 1 1 /r/i9 /
surrounded by the peaceful, visual
7 1
After the 1936 campaign, the Pres- Ark.Calll. 22 9 11 9 1 rhapsody that is the Hudson river 'i ident and Alf Landon went out of sector. The of alleyways
Colo. 0 2 2 1 maze near : ;
their way to be friendly. The mel- Conn. 8 6, 1 1 the East river, reeking with mystery : ,: %> f 9 F/F F ;rfflr. /. :nF a
low Kansan 'called at the White DeL 3 1 1 1 in the middle of the night, and .tl

House when he went to the Capitolin Fla. 7 5 1 1 wearing a blaring ugliness during

December for a Gridiron club Georgia 12 10 1 the day The uptown gym urg

dinner, and a year later Roosevelt Idaho 4 1 1 1 1 ing that you learn jiu-jitsu, to help :}
him member of the U. S. Illinois 29 11 16 1 1
appointed a our defense program. The instructors -
delegation to the Pan-American con- Indiana 14 4' 8 1 1 are Japanese The trees /vr iroN 7J>hF'dr 'vro.R n ri of / /
Iowa. 11 :2 7 1
ference in Lima. But with Willkie Kansas 8 1 6 1 in the city's parks wearing their

the situation is entirely different. Ky. 11 8 1 1 autumn make-up. Featuring a tap

Roosevelt deeply dislikes and distrusts La. 10 .8 : ', ; estry of colors that makes your eyes-
him-a feeling, incidentally, Maine o 3 1 sing.
that is strongly reciprocated by Md. 8 6 1 Above: "Flying Fortresses," tech-

Willkie. Mass. 17 6 9 1 1 The orgy of silence cloaking Riv- nically Boeing B-17 bombers. Below:
Mieh. 19 6 11 1 1
Privately, the President believes -Minn. 11 8 1 1 erside drive at midnight, sprinkled Observation traffic control tower The

that the G. O. P standard bearer's Miss 9 7 1 with lovers slipping into the deep officer in charge instructs pilots by

campaign was motivated chiefly by Mo. 15 10 3 1 1 quiet without hurting it .' Starv- radio telephone.
personal malice and went far out of Mont. 4 1 1 1 '1web. ing actors making the rounds of

bounds of legitimate political war- 1 2 3 1 1 booking agents housed in the mi]

ring in deliberate misrepresentationand Nevada 3 1 1- lion-dollar Radio City edifices .
distortion.On N. H. 4 2 1 The workers in the subway change s
N. J. 16 4 10 1 1
his side, Willkie feels just as N. M. 3 1 1 1 booths gripped by the clutches of

hotly regarding Roosevelt. tN. Y. 47 25 19 1 boredom, looking into nowhere '.
-* N. C. 13 11 1 The Times building electricks flash r. /
EUROPEAN APPEASEMENTThe N. D. 4 2 1 1 ing the news of the world to a r. iit i

Ohio 25 12 12 r, 1 Broadway that makes news every
story of imminent European Okla 11 8 1 moment. "
deals which floated around Ik
peace Oregon 5 1 2 -i. .JI.'M1:
London, Berlin and Washington just Pa. 36 19 15 1 ;
before election was no myth. R. I. 4 2 1 1 The cut-rate book shops that sell

Since November 5 these ideas are S. C. fJ 6 .' classics for two-bits and cheap song-
S. D. 4 2 1 sheets for the same price .' The
dead.
tTenn. 11 6 2 1, 1 fame and fortune starved, drinkingin
Ever since Hitler's proposed in- Texas 23 21 1 1 and enjoying the jeweled first

vasion of England was frustratedlast Utah 4 2 1 1 nighters during intermissions. They
September, Nazi diplomats have Vt.-. 3 1 1 1
seem to be happier than the first-
sent out feelers to the effect that Va. .11 9 1
to be.
nighters they long
Germany'now had almost the entire Wash. 8 6 1 1
be W. Va. 8 6 1 1
and
continent of Europe might
!Wis. 12 1 6 'Prog. 1
Old posy-selling ladies wearing
satisfied to drop the war, leaving : ,
Wyo. 3 1 1
England to stick to its own islands.. their sadness uncomfortably, desir-
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ing to brighten life with a few
Such a. peace, of course, meets TOTALS 449 82 267 162 22 12 18 15 your
,
of their flowers The entertainers
no response from the great majority : Additional Congressional Results. !sY cy r rFk
I in the knick-knack nightclubs,
of the British people, nor the govern- Minnesota has one Farmer-Laboritc.
whose make-believe makes other
ment, and absolutely none from'' t New York has one American-Laborite.
Winston Churchill. However, it has t Tennessee has one Independent. people happy, haunting the cafete

been received favorably by the little Wisconsin has three Progressives.NOTE rias after work, trying to make-
: It should be remembered that believe they are gay .. Doormenin
of "City" men (London's Wall
group
,only 33 states elected governors and 35 front of theaters wearing million- c r'
Street). .. ,
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states elected senators in thls'1940 elec. dollar uniforms with lead quarter

Diplomatic reports indicate that tion. jobs, shouting at no one in particular -

had Willkie been elected, this group at the top of their voices .
Tabulation below the
would have launched a strong drive ( gives /r
The great gabfest continually goingon
for appeasement.: This does not popular vote for the presidential between Greenwich Village intel

necessarily mean they would have election as reported by the vari- lectuals at musty bar's. When they:
had Willkie's blessing. But it means
ous states.) get done'with a subject, it's a new
that Wall Street in the United
groups Roosevelt Wllllde ous wreck The 14-karat love
States which think along exactly the Alabama 179,589 27,651 lies who came to the city to sit on

same lines as London's "City" were Arizona 77,212 41,833 the success throne, and are grate

all ready to co-operate in this drive Arkansas 102,805 25,495 ful to get jobs as waitresses.The .
.
and expected to get support from California1,750',876 1,240,231

Willkie. Colorado 198,675 212,435

Latin American governments Connecticut 417,858 351,869 coffee-pot philosophers, com
,
Delaware 74,387 63.059 posed of cabbies, musicians, wait- A bombardier connected with Sometimes
whose weather vane is the United I a flier's life hangs by
Florida .
States and who study us with a Georgia . 338.847 240,734 121,033 41,482 ers and themselves other night workers, who out the first bombardment squadron I threads-the shroud lines of his

microscope, actually were getting Idaho . 117,201 99,490 enjoy world thrashing holds a 100-pound bomb as tenderly parachute. In this department I

ready to warm up to Hitler. But Illinois . 2,130.194 2.036,431 problems the 3-to-5 over a cupacawfee. The as if it were his first-born child. parachutes are ,periodically examined "
since November 5, the effect is just Indiana . 860,472 884,557 during ayems. The is A-17
plane an light bombing. minutely.
the opposite. Iowa f' 572,655 622,737 skyscrapers and the sunrise tinted very

Kansas . 348,974 465,599 with colors of silent music. Na- ____UuuUUUUUhu.U. ___. ____.U.UUUmU.h. ._._ ___.__.__u.Uhu..UUu.UOUh_
Kentucky 481,550 350,222 ture's thrilling overture to a new
ENVOY
PERSHING AS TO VICHY
Louisiana 186.171 29,542 day Cloudy-eyed successes ;;.
The situation inside France is such c
Maine . 154,774 163,928 sprawled across Lindy's chairs, discussing qi
that there is more and more senti- Maryland 364,168 250,362 their worries and troubles. .
ment among administration advisersto .
Massachusetts 1,052,678 916,411
And the tourists who them and
draft venerable John J. Pershingas Michigan 1.025,963 1,032,963 see ,'.
drool with envy-for "such a won \
Z1BSbi1$4
American ambassador to France.It Minnesota 622,032 83,536 sY
derful existence" The fairy '
is believed General Pershing Mississippi 100,825 4.737 %
Missouri ,. 946.125 856,531 land skyline, ultra-thrilling when ', "
could do a good job because of his
Montana ; 109,130 73,379 you see it from the ferry, wearing a
old friendship' with Marshal Petain, Nebraska 255,761 341,863 shiny coat of moonglow A lone \ -
now'No. 1 man in the Vichy govern- Nevada .
31,567 20,946 ly plane racing over the city, its
ment. The two were comrades in New Hampshire 125,625 109.992 landing lights looking like moving

arms during the World war, and New Jersey : 1,014,978 947.638 jewels against the night-time sky.
never do they meet without an af- New Mexico 105,031 82,754 r
fectionate embrace on both cheeks. New York 3,262,273 3,029,180

,Should the French North African North Carolina 575,072 182,706 The movie theaters around town
become active North Dakota 113,909 144,635 giving away all kinds of things to
army on behalf of Ohio . 1,728,020 ),584,855 attract patrons-except entertain
England, it would mean much not .
Oklahoma 468,397
342,672
I only to the British but to the United Oregon . 229.819 202,715 ment The gheer artistry. with
which bus drivers maneuver the gi
States, whose biggest worry con- Pennsylvania 2,168',693 1,884,841
cerning the Monroe Doctrine is thata Rhode Island 181,881 138,432 gantic things through the maze o'

combination of South Carolina 85,077 4,193 downtown traffic The sowhattycraze
Dakar GermanItalianforces South Dakota 114,623 159,370 that afflicts almost everybody Dwarfed by the striped rudder of o, big bomber, the crew is in a

naval base might on use the bulge of, French Africa Tennessee 323,710 150,531 at this time of the year-guessini huddle over a map on which the route of a practice flight is laid out.

for operations against Brazil and, Texas .. 682,173 162,755 football results The orgar These boys "know their stuff."
Utah . 153,434
93,006
South America. grinder with the monkey that is always
Vermont 64.244 78,335 in films about New York as
That is why "Papa" Pershing is Virginia 236,512 109,682
of the
bU1we
something typical city
,
considered so important to influencehis Washington 349,869 244,057West
haven't seen one for .
old ,friend "Papa" Petain. Virginia 483,565 360,769 years
i Wisconsin 693,017 672,343 The soapboxer down at Unior '
Wyoming 58,262 51,998 square making the air shiver from 2!
& !
EXIT FANNY his growls about the "recession." *

Miss Frances Perkins, idealistic Total 25,960.408 21.606.691Above Remember how popular that word

secretary of labor, will not be in the used to be? Why don't these bores

, third Roosevelt cabinet. ( figures are unofficial. Complete get a new act?
, She will be replaced as part of and official returns are announced fol-

the President's plan to put an end lowing canvass by the various. state
to A. F. of L.-C. I. O. warring and boards.) Broadway at five ayem Wher
; about unification all its throbbing excitement ha
to bring of the two Election Sidelights:
I No. 1 the boiled down to a murmuring hus
organizations. on Presi-
i dent's list for Miss Perkins' succes- Both presidential candidates carried The new rubber tires on mill-

sor is George Harrison, presidentof their own home voting districts. wagons, a blessing to light sleepers q r Ce>.
the Brotherhood of Roosevelt received a majority of 74 The antique shop on Thirc r
Railway votes to win, 376 to 302 Willkie's
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Clerks and advocate Ave. It has a picture of Ben Bernie
a vigorous of
labor native town gave him a margin of in the window The continuous

peace. 438 votes. The count was Willkie, sleight-of-tongue by auctioneers winblahblah ,

MERRY' GO ROUND 4,151; Roosevelt, 3,713. about a 10-cent item will

Probably the best campaigning as much fervor as if they were run

, among the Roosevelt children was Post-election celebration kept ning for public office The

\ done by Franklin Jr., whose wife is Manhattan firemen busy after whacky intolerance of an uptowi

Ethel duPont, daughter of Eugene Roosevelt's victory became appar barber shop. They have a sign i) Inset: Lieut. John Doerr, one of Mitchell field's bright young men.

duPont. The far-flung duPont fami- ent. More than 50 fire alarms were the window announcing that theydon't No maestro ever listened as intently for a false note.as the lieutenant

ly contributed around $50,000 to the turned: in as a result of street bon give haircuts to red heads was listening, to the roar of the motor when the camera caught him.
fires set celebrants. Ever hear of anything dopier tha-
Willkie campaign, but Ethel remained by that Right: An impressive view of a formation of Curtiss pursuit ships roars

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slid his tired feet into a pair i SUNDAY' (Lessen OF love nd work

:. of slippers, lit his pipe, sat down and Fighting.
i in the easy-chair with a sigh of I. By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D.
relief, and declared 20,000 wild Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof Were, living quite,

horses couldn't make him go out. (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)

"Henry," said his wife, "you toapic..

posted that letter I gave you?" Just fc.t the. -presentwriting.

"I did, my love," he answered."I Lesson for November 24
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asked mother to postpone her
visit for a while," his wife con- Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected 11 !
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tinued. "You sec-" Council of Religious Education; used by
Henry did so. The tired man permission.

from his chair kicked off
jumped ,
ATTITUDES TOWARD THE
his slippers, put on his boots, and : Ra nth'r\.r, a: a 9. atpv : P f /n\ r+ r ) ?x slipped out into the murky street.

Five minutes later, Henry came LESSON TEXT-Luke 8415.
back with the tale that he had GOLDEN TEXT-Take heed therefore how WNU Service.
been to see how the thermometer ye hear.-Luke 8:18.

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ly relieved, call I attractive table will give you the Pound side.II.. mer, the latter are but impositions
y\ your doctor. I poise and enthusiasm necessary to salt meats, after seasoning with The Rocky Ground (vv. 6 and upon ourselves and others.- f;
pepper and flour. Cut into IVz-
serve your guests easily and gra- 13). Steele. "
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Three relieve painfulsymptomsfast..accompanying ciously. we on
simple steps t place 6 pieces 3 /11
Oftentimes the most easily pre- the rocky ledge, where seeds growas
sore throat eased in a hurry.At pared food may be the most attrac- of each kind of if in a hothouse, but wither when / '
; meat, alternately the heat of the How To Relieve
steady summer sun
tively served. A fluted
orange cup !
the first sign of a cold, follow the on a skewer. them.
directions in the pictures above- makes a colorful container for many comes upon
Press together.
the simplest and among the most fruits, which may be varied with [? Shallow hearers are those who receive -
::: Chill for 1 hour.Dip'in .
effective methods, of relief..known the season. The fruit must be cut the word with joy, are car- Bronchitis i
to modern science. into pieces of convenient size, free beaten egg ried away with emotional enthusiasm .,
and roll
So quickly does Bayer Aspirin from seeds and skin, except for in cracker and seem to be most promis- 1 '
act-both internally and as a gargle It should be : crumbs. Brownon ing as followers of Christ until the Creomulsion relieves promptly because l .: 1
thoroughly
grapes. it goes right to the seat of :
: ,
all sides in hot
.r relief
feel its wonderful
you'll real and trials of life
chilled and combined so that it is temptations trouble to help loosen and the:4"
fat in
start banishing the pain of a skillet. Pour 1 water i
your
cup
r a neat arrangement. If a few piecesare come, and then they are gone. They germ laden phlegm, and aid ,
cold in a remarkably short time. over the "legs, and cover. Bakein like the soldier who enjoys I to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed -:
are .wearing -
crushed wilted the whole
or .
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Try bronchial
way. say a moderate oven (350 degrees) mucous mem- ;
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fast-acting Bayer product / A \ appetizing. Remember, an appetizer cook ) parade past the reviewing stand bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding :
you want. Ask for BAY li should not be too sweet, for as away. with bands playing and flags flying, you must like the way it '
Bayer Aspirin by the ( E FR/I the name implies, the first courseis Mint Frosting. but who deserts his post when his quickly allays the cough or you are !

full name when you buy. \R // intended to sharpen the appe- 2 egg whites (unbeaten) company goes into battle. Surelynone to have your money back.CREOMULSION. _;',

1% cups sugar of us wants to be that kind of
GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN
tite.For 5 tablespoons water a hearer of God's Word. for Coughs Chest Colds Bronchitis
the rest of the menu you : ;
might like to serve mock chicken 1% teaspoons light corn syrup III. The Thorny Ground (vv. 7

With a Friend legs, baked potatoes, crisp green Green vegetable coloring and 14).
The first time .1' read an excel salad crescent rolls and The soil was good, the seed found Being ContentedTo
as an un- Vt teaspoon peppermint extract
lent book, it is to me just 'as if I usual dessert, chocolate mint roll is its place to live and grow, but no the contented, even povertyand
had gained a new friend. When I good. Combine egg whites, sugar, water one kept down the weeds, and they, obscurity bring happiness,
read over a book I have perused very and corn syrup in top of double as usual, got the best of the good while to the ambitious, wealth and -

:before, it resembles the meeting Fluted Orange Cup. boiler. Beat with a rotary egg beater seed. honors are productive of misery. 1'

with an old one.-Goldsmith. (Serves 6) until thoroughly mixed. Place Note carefully in verse 14 what

3 oranges over rapidly boiling water, and cook are the destructive thorns and weedsin

for 7 minutes, beating constantly, the spiritual garden. The very
1 banana
MINOR I SKIN IRRITATIONS 5c 1 until frosting stands in peaks. Add things people in our day most seek For ONLY 10/Now
cup grapes coloring gradually to hot frosting to
riches and pleasure-are the
MTR1tffi$! $! 3 tablespoons sugar give a delicate tint. Remove from things which choke spirituality. :' Less thank

I With a sharp knife pierce to cen- boiling water, add flavoring and beat Observe also that the "cares" of T

ter of orange. Cut the orange in until thick enough to spread. this world are the weeds of the devil. Rye OC !i ;

; Haunts of HappinessThe half, using zig- Rice Butterscotch. How they do press upon us and ii, I Ia

haunts of happiness are va- ': zag strokes that (Serves 5 to 6) hinder our spiritual growth. A man OiWNU7

ried, but I have more often found w meet to make the 2 cups milk testified that while he had attended
points of the scal- church for 20 he had never
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I :her among little children, home % cup rice years
I I lops. Separate the heard a sermon because he was
)'firesides, and country homes than ff57 2 cups brown sugar
2 halves about his business. dose
orange always thinking
;.anywhere else.-Sydney Smith. 2 tablespoons butter
and remove meat How about you?
1
from shells. Cut teaspoon salt IV. The Good Ground (vv. 8 and I
b orange meat into Scald the milk in a double boiler. 15).
THE AWfUl PRICE YOU PAY pieces. Peel, and Add the washed rice and cook until The harvest comes from the good I

cut banana into nearly tender (about 30 minutes). soil, and how it does rejoice the

fORDGNERVOUS pieces. Combine orange meat, banana Meanwhile, melt the brown sugar, husbandman as it brings forth even 47-40
and grapes. Sprinkle with sug- butter and salt, and cook for 10 min- up to a hundred fold.

ar. Chill. Serve in well-chilled utes over low fire, until a syrup is The hearers of the Word who are Misunderstood !\
shells, garnished with a sprig of formed, stirring constantly. Gradu- "
thus fruitful for God are "honest. Minds of moderate caliber ordinarily -
mint, if desired. ally turn this mixture into the rice
They listen to really receive help condemn whichis
Read These Important Facts! and continue cooking until the rice is everything
Chocolate Mint and do something about what they Rochefoucauld.
Roll. beyond their range.-La
Quivering nerves can make you old haggard tender. Turn into wet molds and
cranky-can make your life a nightmare of (Makes 11-inch roll) hear. They have "good hearts"afield .
Jealousy, self pity and "the blues." chill. Serve with cream and sugar, plowed prepared and weeded, 1
Often such nervousness is due to female 6 tablespoons cake flour (sifted) if desired. 1I 1I
functional disorders. So take famous LydiaE. ready to bring forth fruit. When I
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to help % teaspoon baking powder. they hear the Word they "hold it I
calm unstrung nerves and lessen functional '1
"irregularities. For over 60 years relief- / teaspoon salt fast"-they are reverent, thoughtful -

of giving thousands Pinkham's of grandmothers Compound has, mothers helped tens and %. cup sugar (sifted) Easy Entertaining. and obedient to the Word. Then

daughters "in time ol need." Try ill 4 egg whites (stiffly beaten) Everybody loves a party, from they have the "patience" to grow J

4 egg yolks (beaten) the toddling youngster to the so- spiritually. It takes patient effort Help Them Cleanse the Blood ,

Beauty and Sadness 1 teaspoon vanilla phisticated adult. A hostess who and devotion to do that, be sure of Harmful Body Waste

Beauty and sadness always 2 squares unsweetened chocolate can entertain her guests with it (read Luke.21:19 in the R. V.). Tour kidneys are constantly filtering
go (melted) something new.in the way of par- In conclusion, we ask, "What then waste matter from the blood stream.But J
together. Nature thought Beauty in their work do
kidneys sometimes lag -
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ty ideas is indeed popular. You shall we do-sow only in the good
too rich to forth the earth not act as Nature Intended-fail to remove -
go upon Sift flour, baking powder and salt do not have to wait for a birth- ground?" No, let us ask God to impurities that if retained may .
without a meet alloy.-George together 3 times. Fold poison the system and upset the whole I
MacDonald. sugar gradu- day to warrant a celebration, for break up the beaten soil of the way- body machinery.Symptoms .
ally into egg whites. Fold in egg soon ,there will be many holiday side with the plowshare His Word. may be nagging backache
and vanilla. persistent headache,attacks of dizziness, '
yolks Then fold in flour
events to bring a group together. Let us deepen the shallow soil, fight getting up nights, swelling, puffiness
gradually. Add chocolate, and beat Miss Howe, in her book, "Easy the weeds and thorns by His grace under the eyes-a feeling of nervous
gently but thoroughly. Turn into anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
AT a Entertaining, gives you many until they give up. Then let us go Other signs of kidney or bladder dISorder
I GOOD DIOOSTOBES 16 by 11-inch pan which has been new party ideas and suitable right on sowing the seed "in season are sometimes burning, scanty or

greased and lined with paper and menus with tested recipes. You and out of season" (II Tim. 4:1-5). too There frequent should urination.bo no doubt that prompt ''I
I LAkGF ,w..q greased again. Bake in a moderateoven may; secure your copy of her book In all such labors your heart will treatment Is wiser than neglect. Use
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((350 degrees) for 15 'minutes.Cut .
by writing to "Easy Entertaining sing with joy because here and there friends for more than forty years.
I off crisp edges and turn ontoa ," care of Eleanor Howe, 919 you will be privileged to ministerto They have a nation-wide reputation.
Are recommended by grateful peoplethe
\ cloth covered with powdered sug- North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, : "an honest and a good heart" country over. Alt your ntighbort
ar. Remove paper, roll, and cool. Illinois, and enclosing 10 cents in which will bring "forth fruit a hun-
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PAGE FOUR THE CLEWIBTON NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER, 1940Glansca


The Clewiston News I I year, the pleas of some of his t I!'I pounds, one of the largest recorded Pepper was alert to the Interests of Scientifically Broken Lenses
f'' friends prevailed, and he is' now in the Clewiston vicinity this year. the slate that he claims to rep- Fitted nnd Repaired Duplicated
deep in the Big Cypress country. 'I Also included in the string was' resent, he would have seen throughany DR. F D. GUDBAUR

Published every Friday In Clewlston He says he will walk through the I seven and one-half pounder and two efforts or statements of rep- OptometristPhone "
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS I' woods and when the game sees him weighing over five pounds.A resentatives of the beet sugar states. 108 Collier, Arcade.
Inc. outfit it will be Fort Myers Florida
in his hunting so
As to Louisiana, she currently has Successor to K. H. Oakley
I startled ho can slay it with a PEPPER SMOKE SCREEN
many government-given advantagesover
KEATIILEY BOWDEN, Editor glance.
Allen Morris, Herald political Florida sugar growers. I ....................................
I Ellender of Louisiana is not raising
Miss Lillie Stoat, the Mississippi editor, in his column of Sunday, !
matter
second class mail that If
Entered as question. he is, it Is a RUMFORD RIDDLES
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office in rain-maker, is again in Florida. November 10, writes that: "Be- _
complete reversal of his
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act ot With such a nice body of wateras hind the insistence of Senator former
:March 3, 1897.Subscription statements and known position.No I
.
Lake Okeechobee handy and Claude Pepper that it should be Why cant Mr. Taylor
with the dry state of the soil in impossible for the United State Mr. Pepper, those are not use the telephone -
Rate $2.00 Per Year. all our gardens, what are we wait Sugar Corporation to receive crop the real reasons. We talked with ;.r.
Advertising Rates On Application ing for? restriction benefits running into Senator Bennett Champ Clark and :
hundreds of thousands of dollars, many other senators and represen- t
tatives when visited
is the advice given him by sen- they Florida

fare Devoted of Clewiston to the advancement and Hendry and County.wel- ,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..: atorial graybeards". last December, and we have their
own words as our guide.
"Pepper was also informed little
public could be Senator Pepper also_ declared,
sympathy gained
Fishing QuibblesBy when Florida and Louisiana e
grow-
from reducing quotas of any other 00
,,,,,,---O:4! e
: : : : .
:;:?: sugar-producing area to benefit a ers were recently granted the rightto 0G

large corporation which drew back harvest existing crops of cane,
RAMBLINGS MARTIN "Bobo" TIMBERLAKE that he intended to introduce at
through company stores the bulk
the
next session of
By B. B. .:..:..:o(..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. of the wages paid its employes". lation that would break congress up what legis-he
We are not clear as to whether BECAUSE Mrs. Taylor keeps it busy telling h.r
referred to as a south Florida friends the good newt about RUMFORD......
You
this is what whether
............ .. .... ... "TJiey" did it again-and with Pepper says, or monopoly, but, readers, the real can use RUMFORD in any good recipe in the
.:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:.:-: : : : : : :-:-: :+: : :<< : least Editor Morris forms this opinion .
such ease (at that's the Impression person is not monopoly. We have amount the direction call for. Send for; FREE
they cpnveyed) that it from what Pepper may have given said that knows recipe book."Address Rumford Baking Powder,
Pepper
there is
of two Thanksgivings Box B, Rumford, Rhode bland.
This business out in explanation of alleged reas-
isn't news. Perhaps they are just (Continued on Page 8) ................ .
is with us again, but at least being modest. Speaking of A. ons for his attitude towards a ..................
Hall family shouldn'tmind. i - - ----------------- -
the H. R. I Wichfield, 'Floyd Akin, James 'W. Florida industry that employs five - --------

At the Kiwanis Dick turkey Hall McGaughey, Mr. and Mrs. Smythe, thousand Floridians at top wages. ...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
shoot Wednesday evening Robert Clarke and party of West ALL FLORIDA repeatedly has ...
won one of the Kiwanis turkeysand Palm Beacli and Palm Beach; Mr. said that we hold no brief for the I

a few minutes later, his I and Mrs. F. E. Miller of Naval Air U. S. Sugar Corporation, but we BOWL.
nephew Joe Hall, won the visitor's Base, Miami, and William H. Rob- have also said that if the actions .

turkey. Some shooters, these Halls. 1 bins and J. C. Keen of Delray of any man, group or interests, ./. .'
That gave them a turkey for each Beach, who succeeded in bagging jeopardize the welfare of Floridiansor FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKEAT

of the two Thanksgivings; and if their limit of ducks over the week- Florida industries, ALL FLORI-

- anyone decrees a third Thanks- end. In fact I think all the hunters DA would be in that argument up '
giving' guess Sherwood will have to staying at the Inn returned to our ears.
go out -and do his bit. early with their chests sticking If Claude Pepper is puffing out A. and B. BOWLING ALLEYSA

out; that is with the exception of that smoke then, as usual, he is I
FREE GAME-- -With each of 200 or better
Thursday of this week, it was several regulars-V. E. Ramsey, wrong, and he knows it. It is I : gent's score

Thanksgiving for the Post Office George F. Sharp and m'self-we a well-known fact that Claude Ladies' 150 or better and in duck pins a score of 100 or better I' rN
officials, the bank' force, and the just got in early. However, more Pepper has sharpened up hisl I

engineers, and next bank week force it'll lucky be ducks graced our table than we hatchet for that particular company : :N.N:N:N:N.N:N:N.N:N:N:N:N.N:N:N:1.:N:N.N:M:N:N:N:N:N.N.N.N.M:N:N:..:N.N:N:N:N:N:N.NjN. :H:N:N:N.N:..:N:N:N..
our turn. (The could consume and they were simply because he has differences -
dogs, take both days! ) We don't delicious-umm, boy.I with the head of the com

like having our Thanksgiving on said "we", which brings on a pany. IIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIJ..:: IIIIIIII r IIIIIIIIIIIIII !IIIIIIIIIIIIII rJH"iI
the last Thursday in November Recently, at Tampa, he declared,
story that fits in nicely here. Two
changed, but President Roosevelt in high heat, that "Clarence Bitting
amateurs and .enthusiastic
decided that question for us, and very had better talk to me or I'll pass
hunters, Bill and Jake embarkedon
provoked as we were we think ? that amendment". Announcing. .
a big game, particularly bear,
the only thing to do is to go
hunt up at Tellico Plains, Tenn. Pepper is spreading this "smoke
ahead and change with the rest
of the nation. It's too confusing Bill, seeing a rustling among the screen" to get his personal state- CLEWISTON FISH COMPANYPhone
leaves of a fallen, dead oak, sneaked -
having two Thanksgiving days, ments under cover._ If he did have
up nearer, and although he had such advice from other senators,
and it detracts from the real mean-
ing of the holiday to have it thus I not seen the bear, was sure of it is very easy to understand that I 7 Delivery Service

divided, and part of us setting the position of the varmint and all the states which grow beets for "

aside 'one day to express our thanks let go both barrels. Jake exuberantly sugar definitely are interested in We Have Fresh Fish Constantly
scrambled forward "We
and the other part of us setting yelling dividing up that benefit money
killed a bear We killed a bear". among themselves. We rise to ask I
aside another day. It's sort of Perch Catfish from the Lake
. like an 'election. Even if your When he arrived at the scene of why the Mormon Church, represented Croppie

man didn't wing you accept the destruction :the bear' turned out by former Senator Reed Smoot, Turtle meat, Mullet from the CoastPHONE
verdict and go along with the to be a cow,, and his exclamationthen should have, with its Great Western T'' >
rest of them. So if the rest of was "You killed a cow, Bill". Sugar Company that money for
YOUR ORDER TUESDAY OF THURSDAYAFTERSOON'S
the nation celebrates Thanksgivingon And so to give credit where division any more than Florida, and I FOR WEDNESDAY OR

the third Thursday in Novem- credit is due, I will make it "they" i I that question applies to all beet I FRIDAY MORNING DELIVERY

ber, or the last Saturday in July, instead of "we" because the duck states. Incidentally, the beet j I
we are all for doing the same i (not ducks) I shot was the $5.621,4 states and industry get enormous I

thing. Just let's get together on I told you about. Nor can I he benefit payments, and if Claude !: lIillllllliS\ ;>Illillllllllllll IIIIIIIIIIII"! \>:>IllIlIillllllll'rIJ;: ($:IIIIIIIIIIIII! ,ON!! ::>IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIrJl))1111111I11I11I SIIIIIIIIIIIIIIi':; IIIIIIIIIIIIIII

it. so we can be a truly thankful accused of first degree murder as -----
nation. I was shooting at the leader of I.-...................................-i
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proceeded to slap another shell in 't"i.
It created a mild ripple of ex- w
citement Tuesday when Frances he gun, when the duck splashed :, :?:..t. :?:*:

Langford, the Florida songbird, and right beside me. My shot evidently M ::..'i'.
her husband, Jon Hall, visited Clewiston. had caught the last one. And AA: r ?'i':
They and that accident occurred on the 23rd .... ENJOYANM .'
are as unassuming A-A
shell of the 2nd box. Maybe it was ++ i: .
democratic as you or I, and madeno '"' : ., ..t.1 .':'
that; new gun, but give ''Emmett .
effort to 'appear as Hollywoodstars.
The girls in the drug store Shelly a dozen golf balls and he M 1 1ELECTRIC

recognized them, though Lee was I I and even I should' go to the post at ::..:: ,,: ALL 8
money. '"
at first skeptical. The greatest disappointment ** '.t", ; ::
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seemed to be that Veteran hunters will mourn "
_Jon's gorgeous bronze suntan whichhe death of a real scout and ardent :IIXX::: HOME 1

displays so liberally in his sportsman, Col. B. A., Bales of J

pictures is evidently the product of Moore Haven, who died of a heart :. < *!.

a Hollywood make-up artist, for attack Thursday morning while on .:..:_ Air" '' A.,y:

even after a Fort Myers Beach vaca- a hunting trip into the Big Cypress, ..: : y

tion he is unusually fair-skinned. 'having flown down from Moore .:..jS3. s ,.

Haven the previous day. :::;:. Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that ::.:

itself The in Garden the Club protection has interested of wild vacation Look out is ,over.fish, Mr.it looks Clark as snagged if your :*_:*: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :!:::

life within the city limits, and is thirteen bass the first of this week, ::j:::!: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently :*::AA :
hoping to have the utmost co-oper- largest of which weighed nine .:...'
ation from each of you. The long- ..;::i':: I and economically. *>

legged and long-necked white cranes .t. : .i'.%

which the city are often limits seen are in objects droves of in t:: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or A*

never-ending wonder and interestto :;::;: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light; or operate :;:::

Many our of visitors us appreciate from other the privilege states. :$::;* your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is ::::

of these living native In birds a community are still at where large. :Xj YyAX i: : one thing that gets cheaper the more of ,it that you use. :;:::

We. should do all within our powerto AYAX

encourage will them. If each of :AX i::;: e That is why .it is so easy to have and enjoy a home I:::j:
us put out
some bird-food, AX: '
(bread crumbs or grain) and water I :AX AX;:::: that is all electric and modern. ::

each day for the birds, wewill soon &s
be rewarded by seeing them flock to it A Y :
our yards and nest in IT 't'.:.
our trees. X X s
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Robert, the colored gardener at XXYX::V ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV ,
the Inn, was A A
bewailing his fate a .
few weeks ago. Other people had COME IN I YA M
seed in the ground, and the Inn XAXX M
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; ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. ;
garden wasn't even ready to plant! NOWandLETUS :::S:
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Robert was dismayed. However, explain OURhomefinancing
the ground was made ready and a XAY !:!!!
plan .. ...
truck-load of plants from a Sara- X&A ,

sota nursery arrived, and nowRobert's ..without obligation to you AA

Inn garden is way aheadof : A "' JA:
any of the rest. It is No red tape-oil ban'are AUV !!!!
ing to watch it' grow. s =

present the chrysanthemums interest-I cleared quickly, money : :
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blossom variety) are the most pro is released promptly. '

lific. The bed*Is *a mass* of blooms. Clewiston Federal I I. Glades Power and light Co. :ii iJi


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week, Russell Kay is the only fellow Savings and LoanAsciqUQn .r AAZ

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I FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1910 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE FIVE


James Martin and Tony Garcia of with nuts to Mrs Blanche Turneras j quarter making the score 12-0.

I. Jacksonville were guests this weekof !I second high.. Mrs. Alston served'i
I'I'Mr. the J. J. Graham family. The Waldorf salad and, coffee. I but couldn't get by the eighth

[ Personals boys are leaving next week as national Attending were Miss Mae Palmer, I SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTSThere graders. .The line-ups were as follows -

guardsmen for a year's train- Mrs. R. C. Wilson Mrs. R. C. :
will be a Thanksgivingplay
ing at Camp Blanding. Nowling, Mrs. Blanche Turner, Mrs. Eighth Grade: Lawrence Guthrie
in the Clewiston High School
Harry Turner, Mrs. W. H. Lanier and lIartinValdron, ends; Edwin
Auditorium Novem-
Wednesday
on
and Mrs. Jay W. Moran I B. C. Benson left Saturday for his 'and Mrs. C. E. Nail. ber 27, at 2 o'clock. Parents and Roath, c; Sherwood Hall and E. J. 1

were visitors Wednesday in Miami.R. home in Holly Hill, after several friends of Clewiston are invited. Bussell, halfbacks, and Willie
years residence in Clewiston while Mrs. Keathley Bowden was Smith, tailback. Seventh Grade:
School will close on Wednesday,
employed by the U. S. Engineer hostess to her bridge club this Francis Tompkins and R. D. Owen,
of Fort Myers spent
E. Kurtz November 27, at 3:15 and will reopen -
the Caloosahatchee- week awarding lingerie as prizesto ends David Thomas, '
;
business. department on; c; Bobby
the week here on Monday December 2, at 8:15.
Okeechobee project.Mr. Mrs. Dave Alston, who made Topper and Frank C. at half, and
--- The Clewiston "Tigers" bootball
high score, and to Mrs. Carl Berner ,James Elkins full back.
Mrs. Ancil Holt and Mrs. Frank team will play their last game of
Hobson of Pahokee visited friends and Mrs. J. R. Minnehanand who made the lucky cut. the season; on Thanksgiving Day There were three eighth graders

Mrs C. E. Simmons and son, A salad course was served to November 28 at 3 o'clock on the admitted to the first grade for
here yesterday. Mrs. Alston, Mrs. Beiner, Mrs. J.
Malcolm, of Okeechobee were visi- local gridiron. This will be the (Continued on Page 8) .
week-end. Mr. W. Ezelle, Mrs. H. R.- Hall, Mrs
here last
tors last football of the season.
game
Mrs. Blanche Turner spent the L. C. Miller, Mrs. G. B. Thomas
Minnehan has accepted a position Lets all enjoy a good dinner and a WILLKIE TO VISIT FLORIDA
week-end visiting friends in Okee- and Mrs.V.. H. Lanier. ,
with the Hub Chevrolet company good afternoon of entertainment.
1 chobee. I Miami Nov. 22
-(FNS)-Wen
----- SOCIAL PROGRAM ENJOYED BY '
CARD PARTY dell L. Willkie, defeated Republican -
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Woodward returned -
Mr. and Mrs. W. Fv Simpson spent to Clewiston Sunday. Mr. P.-T.A. AT TUESDAY'S MEETINGThe Mrs. Vaugnn, school librarian, is presidential candidate and Mrs.

several days this week In Tampa Woodward was called to North promoting a children's card party Willkie arrived in Florida this

and Jacksonville. Carolina by the death of his members of the Parent- Friday afternoon. The proceeds week and plan to spend two weeksat
.....-- Teacher Association enjoyed social Hobe Sound resting and visiting
to be
brother-in-law, and Mis. Woodward are used in purchasing new
Mrs. W. R. Broaderick was takento remained in Orlando during his 'program, led by Mrs.Arthur books. Our library, though it has friends. Since the election Willkie

the Arcadia Hospital for medical absence. Oliver, at their meeting Tuesday been enlarged considerably in the has been spending most of his:

treatment Wednesday.Jack afternoon in the school auditorium.A last year, is in need of more new time In New York conferring with

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Cherry of I brief business session was heldat books. Few pupils realize that a party leaders. '

Bales and Miss Ophelia] New York City spent several days which Mis. R. H. Knight pre- school is graded by the number of Four years ago Alfred M., Landon
sided. The chief'matter of discussion came to Florida for rest and
Waters of Hawthorne are visitingMr. here last week, while on a honey- volumes in the library., The ticketsare : recre- .
was the poor service received ation following his defeat
spend-
and Mrs. B. B. Wilson. moon trip through Florida. Mrs.. a dime so let's everyone help
from the county health unit, whichis ing a brief time at Monticello.
by buying at least if
Cherry is a daughter of Mr. and one even
discontinued'by the
Mrs. T. H. Thomas, whom they being county you can't attend the party.
Mrs. R. J. Lee and children of boards, effective December first.

Moore Haven were visiting friends visited.Mr. The P-TA Is hopeful of the unit TOUCH FOOTBALL
I MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL I
in Clewiston Tuesday. making some physical examinationsof The sixth, seventh and eighth
and Mrs. Carl E. Johnson ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
,
school children before the unitis grades have started playing touch
I announce the arrival of a son in !
Russell Kay of Tampa and J., L. the Clewiston Emergency Hospital discontinued.An football. There is a game scheduled Haps Estimates I

Edgerton of Atlanta spent Sundayand interesting game, which between two of these three grades JOHN II. DOTY J,
Saturday, November 16th. The baby,
Monday in Clewiston.Mrs. served to introduce the various every week. Season tickets are Engineering Consultant {
who weighed eight and one-half
mothers present to each other, six cents. The first of these '
games
pounds at birth, has been named Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.
Keith Hartsfield andlzs. Leif Erik. featured'the social*program. was played Thursday with the

R. N. Smith were visitors Friday The dollar attendance award eighth grade beating the seventh

went the third grade., grade 24-0.
r.. in Fort Myers. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Waldron .
These games not noly provide en-
Clewiston CLEWISTON
I' have'moved to from 1
Mr. and ,Mrs. B. L. Thompsonand Lake Harbor. They are residing in FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHH. tertainment but also teach the TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP ;
children visited friends in Fort C. Meador, pastor younger boys fair play and sports- 1 i
the Etherton apartment, recently
Anything in Plumbing Fixtures
manship as well as skill in the j
Myers Sunday. vacated by Mr. and ,Mrs. Gece Sat .
"We Saved For You" game. Prompt, Efficient Service }
Beery, who are living in the new
'I Mr. and ,Mrs. George E. Crow Bailey house near the Laundry. Sunday School !9:45) a. m. News this week is as scarce as PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr. ,{

'I I and daughter, Billie Sue, spent Morning worship, 11 a. m. and "A's" in deportment.

; the week-end with relatives In Zerney Meredith, who has beena evening service 8 p. m.'. t

I i West Palm Beach. patient in a sanitarium' near Training union, 6:45. Don't forgetthe Tigers play j. m.:COUSECounselor I

Orlando for more than a year, is I Monday-Sunbeam band meets at Everglades on the home field tonight and Attorney at Law 'I

Mrs. Jack O'Day and children, being welcomed home by his_ many church at 3 p. m. (Friday). We need a victory. Hopkins Building .'.
Annette and Tommy, have returned R. A.'s. meet Monday at 7 p. m. Let's
friends, who are congratulating him everyone come out and cheer Wednesdays and Saturdays i:
from a visit'' of several weeks with upon his recovery. Mrs. Meredithand at church. for the Clewiston Tigers. We can't
'
0:30 to 4:00
relatives in New York. Tuesday-Cottage prayer meetingat promise a victory but w.e
her mother, Mrs. J. F. Tippey, can i I'.I
9 a. m. Circle meetings Tues- .I;
drove to Orlando for him Sunday. promise a good game with very
Mrs. Judson Francis and baby, day afternoon at 3:30.WednesdayJunior little expense to you. Student ,

Mary Catherine, of Canal Point, Miss Maxine Doty left Wednes- G. A.'s. meet tickets, 15 cents, adults, 25 cents. Johnson's Fish CampNear

are ,guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. day evening for Live Oak to assume at the church at, 3:30 p. m.
", Thanksgiving Service JUNIOR HIGH FOOTBALL GAME I
Ward. charge of the Western Union office ,Special ( Hurricane Gate) \ .
Rev. H. C. Meador, pastor of the The Junior Tigers beat the Bull- ,jf
there. This. is her first assignmentby Clewiston Fla. '
Mrs. C. E; Berner, 'Mrs. 'E.' C.. the telegraph since First Baptist Church, announces a dogs by a score of 24-0. What a r

Mills and Mrs. ,Leland Crews and completion of her company training course special Thanksgiving ,service to be game! ,At the. ,first it looked as Boats and ,Motors-Guide ,Service c, :r
held on Thanksgiving Eve-Wed- though the Bulldogs would lead Rates Reasonable. t
son, Donald, are spending today in in the local Western Union office. s
., West Palm Beach. Mrs. Doty 'accompanied her daughter nesday evening at 7:30. EveryoneIs but the eighth graders led with two I W. H. Johnson, Mgr. ;1
t: : invited to attend.' touchdowns at 'the end of the first ti ,III IIII :I
I: ;/' on the trip to Live Oak. \ !
Mr. and Mrs. Walker Nail have --t I
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moved into one of the new Stone The Rev. E. P Downey, ministerof
cottages near the Laundry. Mr. the First Presbyterian* Churchat FOR RENT.-Small F L. Williamson.furnished Clewis-apart- I mllllllllllIImmlllillmllllm,I! !! '! ';! a lmmllllllllmllllli' ]I i'' ICdl.rIJI!I'' J mmljllImmmmmllmmmmmilijilmlmmllmmllimlmm? '! I; i'' 'I I; ,I :J '!!i I ilm! lm ijmm W WJmm1m! OO W lillm I i

. Mrs. A. C. Carlton ment. *
and are occupying Winter Haven, and the R ev. I

the other cottage. W. M. Johnson, minister of the ton-Arcade Ave. :
I MAKE PLANS TO ARRANGE A
Community Church at Lake Alfred ,rI
Mrs. J. O. Pierce and Mr. and were visitors in Clewiston Thurs- I Ir

Mrs. Lee Ridgley of, Okeech bee day. They conferred with local
r
were visitors in Clewiston Satur- officials of the Community Church REPAIRPc1414e DISPLAY ..

'day. Mrs. Pierce visited. her sister, with reference to filling the vacancy I
Mrs. Ruth B. Owens. here.

AT '
Dr. W. Duncan Owens and Wm.H. Among the Clewiston residents NOW "

Willis of Miami were visitors!!! attending the football game between -

at the Inn for a few days this the University of Florida and CLEWISTON'S SECOND ANNUAL
I
week, enjoying the hunting in the I the University of Miami in Miami I I ;.; <" .. ,

vicinity. Saturday evening were Mr. and

Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs.R. FESTIVAL and ,FAIR I

Business visitors this week in- C. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. R. :M.:

clude C. M. Witt and H. R. Nelson, Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beards-

of Atlanta, and G. P. Molzalm of ley Mr. and Mrs. J.. W: Moran, Mr. HEREDecember ,

Milwaukee representatives of the and Mrs. F. D. Duff, Mr. and Mr:: ,

I Allis-Chalmers company. C. E. Miner, Mr. and Mrs. S. L.

Crochet, B. J. Schroeder, C. V. mo4ld 9th 14th
Cy Cruze of Miami was in Clew Parkinson, Ed Ward, Parker Wil- to i

iston Tuesday, attending a sales son, Mrs. G. H. Small, Miss Frances I

demonstration at the Clewiston Morgan and Miss Beth Nail. O Does your home need AND MAKE THIS FESTIVAL ONE OF
Motor Company, conducted by J. I repairs? Are you puttingoff

Irwin Davis of Albany, Ga. NEW BRIDGE CLUB ORGANIZEDA needed improvement

because you haven't the INTEREST TO EVERYONE
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Etherton, new- bridge club which recently cash? If you are, come in
Phyllis and Joan Etherton and organized, met Saturday
and and will
Moore Mr. ,and Haven Mrs.attended W. L.the Bellamy band of afternoon at the home of, Mrs. C. show see you us the simple we and tlmimllIIWill' I!!!I !I I!! lIIl/lllljlmmJmlllmlmlmijiilm!III/I!I nI I I I I !I 7 II! ,!I!.I >m i I mIDi11111IImmrm, '![!n!!!ii I! i! !,IJ' I mJmliilirl h! ;' ,;m, mlm I: h'6 mIl11m111m; !! I mimmm I i mililmlmlil' I l i mi li' limlmIljillllllmmimi' l:!i'' j]j!il; ll! 111 III
con- club
J. Neilson. The will play most convenient ABC imi
cert.in Clewiston Wednesday eve- .
every other Saturday afternoon.Mrs.

ning. J. G. Niblack won high prize I which Monthly makes Payment it possible Plan to ..:..-:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::-: f: ,I

and Mrs. C. J. Neilson second prizeat Y i
Mrs. C. T. Hurst and Mrs. W. the first meeting.The pay for home repairs out of

D. King were visitors in Lake hostess served mince pie income.
;
Worth Saturday, Mrs. Hurst went and coffee t& Mrs. Earl Smith, Mrs.R. i CHRISTMAS !

over for medical treatment and is!!! N. Smith, Mrs. 'J. G. Niblack,

still ill, being confined to her apart- Mrs. R. H. Knight, Mrs. Miles y

ment at the Barracks. Thomas, Mrs. Keith Hartsfield and Yi

Mrs. B. H. Cuttino.WEDNESDAYS :i: AND THE, FINEST PRESENT THAT :

Mrs. Robert flair has returned -- ._--- ?

from a month's stay In Philadelphia, BRIDGE CLUBS I II :_: ., BOY EVER HAD .i

I where she visited her mother who 'Y). \,
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I was quite ill. She returned Sun- Mrs. A. C. Carlton entertained I + I I

, : day and .reports her mother much I her bridge club at her home Wed- I O Terms are remarkablyeasy I.s.! .f" '
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ANAIREDALE
improved. ..
nesday afternoon. A Pyrex .t. :
casse- -
and are always arranged ; >, :t: i is
: role was awarded to Mrs. GeorgeE. to suit convenience '. .. I
your '
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Mr.
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and Mrs. Leland Crews and PUP
Crow as high score, and a pie .' ., ,
: son, Don, of Lakeland, are spending : .t. .' .s'
. I plate to Mrs. Jimmy Wilson as .!. 'f.Y
: a few days here with Mr. Crew's second prize. Mrs. Wilson also is ,
i Yh
;; sister, Mrs. E. C. Mills BISHOP-WILSON
: and family. won a bath towel as travelling
;: Mr. Crews is enjoying a hunting prize. LUMBER COMPANY _: Registered Males Only :*:: '
trip during his
stay.
i
Salad ,and coffee were served by

_t: : Mrs. Carlton to Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. R of 161D j': $15.00 : '-- :;:
=.' Mr. and Mrs. Elkins Howard Crow, Mrs. V. C. Woodward, Mrs. .;. I
and baby, Sally, spent .s: _
Wednesday Durrence Mrs.
: Foy Harry Knight, .. .X J
..s. here with Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Mrs. Walker Nall, Mrs. Glen ; ;:

Smith. Mr. Howard who is a Etherton and Mrs. R. M. Hare., Jr. .t. B d 1 'F .
_: brother of Mrs. Smith, has just f ear s ey arm t
{
I.
_ been transferred to West Palm I Mrs. Roy Alston was hostess

;: Beach by Cleary Brothers, contractors Wednesday evening to her bridge ::: PHONE 66 *
, : on the cantonment
building at club. Holiday candies were awarded .;. x
, the army' air base at Morrison to Mrs. CampbelJ E. Nail as $ $

fle1Q I __ high prize and & nut bowl tjlledi Skasww ; i-t1 X )



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you open your mouth once more I'll and fetch me my 'gun. Pedro," he
blow your head off." added, "loosen this fellow and set
rt'. Bowie felt suddenly angry ,with him up. Then pick up his pistol-
L: 1 himself. Perhaps for the first time it's over by that hill somewhere.And Y V I ',
since riding inspection of the ranchohe bring in his horse-it's proba-
had come out unarmed. In his bly grazing back of the hill."

exhilaration at seeing Carmen in A moment or more passed before miusDoubtful
the saddle he had forgotten his re the doughty captain sat up, stag-
volver. gered to his feet and shook himselfto

-..-. His anger turned on the intruder."So see, whether he was all apart or Dimmivitt-Don't you think women
you're Captain Blood!" he all together. Hatless, hair awry, are best qualified to pick the best can.
called out rather contemptuously.The breathless and covered with dust didates?

THE doughty captain's only retort and dry grass, he was a sight. Bowie Bimbo-They certainly don't show it.
CARMEN RANCHOBy was to make good his words. He remounting, eyed him with little Look at what some of them marry.
leveled his big pistol at Bowie. The sympathy. "So your name's Blood?" --
OF Texan spurred violently and duckedin ,he snapped. Some men grow with responsibility *.
others
his saddle as Blood fired. The "Ben Blood," answered the man. ; simply swell.

bullet missed its mark. Bowie's pony "You'll for this. I'm a' scout
pay
FRANK H. SPEARMAN Frank H. Spearman WNU Service
plunged. The Texan rode' neither from General Fremont's expedi- Caught On
CHAPTER IXContinued10 Some moments passed before toward nor from Blood, but tion." "Last night I dreamed of a won-

Bowie came into the living room. headed sidewise, loosing his reata "What are you scouting_down this derful pearl necklace and tomor- I/'
"Sanchez," protested Bowie at After taking measures with the from its coil as he rode. The belligerent way?" row is my birthday."

length, "it has been half an hour scouts and vaqueros for the guard- captain was confused by "Horses-three hundred head." "Now, that's a brilliant idea.
since a buck has come out-" ing of the corral, Don Ramon and the tactic. He whirled his own horse "You've to the I'll buy you, a dream book:"
"Yosco is waiting to ambush us," his wife were just retiring to their about to' keep face to face with the for horses."come wrong place
said Sanchez quietly. "If he can get rooms. flying Texan and get in his second A PRICE

us to attack he will fight." "You must ask Senor Bowie more shot to better purpose. and"Give I'll be me going.my "horse and pistol,

"No matter. We can't lie behind about the fight itself," Don Ramonwas But a racing horseman is a no-
these rocks all day," continued Bow- saying to his wife. He had evidently toriously' slippery mark for an ene- "You'll be going, Blood-with an
ie. "When the sun gets high enough been recounting the story of my in the saddle with his own horse escort. This vaquero will take you
they can pick us off with arrows. the day. "Because," he added witha jumping under him. In point of to the, presidio" for trial. You're under -

You say there's a hole at the other cold glance at the Texan,. "he fact, Bowie already had his foe at arrest.
end of the cave. They can crawl kept me out of it-for which I do his mercy. Even the captain, sobering "You'd better" not arrest mel! Give
through there and get above us. not thank him." rapidly at this unexpectedshift me my horse.

When they do, we're done. Sanchez, in the fight, sat alertly await- "You're headed for the presidio,
we've got to rush the cave." The early morning was gray with ing his chance to shoot. So vividly Blood. Climb into your saddle."

"Senores?" Bowie called quicklyto fog, but even the gray of a Cali- intent was he on getting' bead on Bowie then spoke in Spanish to
the men lining about him. He fornia morning is .an inspiration to his adroit antagonist that he saw in his vaquero. "Ride this wretch well She-I see in the paper that in
explained the situation and what he the young. When the mist floats his field of vision only as a remote away from the rancho-far north; one of the eastern countries a wife
purposed. He asked for five or six lazily in from the sea, when the danger the long snakelike coils of and lose him somewhere along the may be bought for $5. That's ter
volunteers. valley lies green in the soft lightof Melena de Leon. Let him think he's rible. -
Bowie, moccasin shod, crept down dawn, when the cattle and the escaping. We don't want to bother He-Oh, a good wife might be
toward the cave, followed' closelyby horses in thousands shake off the i with him. When he gets away, worth it.

Sanchez and the picked Califor- torpor of the night and turn peace- .lY chase him and give him a good
nians. fully to the lush grass of the hill scare." Stymied Him

As they drew closer to the cave slopes, when the curtained bay lies When Carmen and Bowie reachedthe Eatwell These biscuits are i
entrance they heard within the low asleep in the distance, not even the rancho Don Ramon and Dona smaller than usual, aren't they? j-.i
wails of the squaws in death song- sun is needed to inspire youth with Maria were on the porch with a Mrs. Eatwell Yes, I made
mourning their warriors; its one strength and hope. group of house servants huddled i them smaller so that you would
advantage for the men advancingwas But the Texan had an added inspiration close at hand, and Dr. Doane. After have less to fmd fault with.A .

that it helped absorb the slight that early morning whenhe the story of the morning was told,
noises of rock fragments underfoot. rode up the field to the house, the surgeon engaged Bowie and with wit is a man who says what
Bowie was thus able, by huggingthe in the spectacle of Carmen in the some effort extracted from him a you would have said' if you'dthought
of it.
wall, to gain the side of the saddle. The two wheeled togetherand story of the fight at the cave.

opening itself without discovery.He loped down the valley on the The event of the morning was
Soon MeltsRayYou're
paused only long enough to major-domo's daily round of inspec- passed over briefly by Bowie. "But, like > I
icicle.
signal his followers, then, whirlingto tion.Carmen Don Ramon," he added, "do not de- just an
the right, threw himself, knifein animated by the brisk ceive yourself. Half-drunken ras- Gladys-Well, you know an
icicle melts
hand, into the narrow cave open- ride, slowed down after a few miles. cals like this one we encounteredthis easily enough when
hold it.
ing.An "Senor," she said, turning to Ik morning will be back. We must you
ear-splitting yell burst from Bowie, "I wanted to thank you for I always be prepared for them. Their
within. Using only his knife and your protection of my dear father.It leaders are unscrupulous-the rank

pushed closely by Sanchez, Bowie meant so much to me. I. am I and file are worse." Deliciousfor
grappled the first warrior, a tall sorry he did not understand."

supple fellow, not heavy, but with "I hope his resentment will pass," Bowie tried all next day to catch parties
muscles of steel. For a' few swift said Bowie. Dona Maria alone in order to laya

minutes a deadly encounter was "I know it will. He has the high- 9 y t momentous request before her. and pleasure saves cookingtime

waged for possession of the mouth est opinion of you, and rightly since But an itinerant painter had ap- and money..nourishing...
of the cave. The floor on which you saved his life." peared ,at the rancho and for that order, today, from your grocer
they fought put the Texan at a disadvantage He looked at her to disclaim. But day and next few, the family was I

but he managed to the vision of her face, the depth busy having their portraits painted.
dodge the knife of the Indian until and splendor of her eyes bent full Even Bowie was included in the f' -
he could bring him down. and with perfect poise on his own, "Had enough?" demanded Bowie. paintings. One day the artist took I.
/
He cut and jimmied his way in- confused him. Just the faintest his leave and Bowie appealed to !
side, dodging as best he could knife flush crept to her cheeks.He the deadly reata now circling above Dona Maria, asking that he might I

thrusts and ax blows, but he gainedthe looked down and could utter him.When i have a word with her.

entrance. only a word or two. "It was noth- he perceived his peril it The lovely mistress of the rancho A
The struggle was too furious to ing, really nothing. Shall we go a was too late. The great loop set- I was, as always, gracious. "You of'c
last long. Once they saw inevitable bit faster?" tled gracefully over him. Pistol in : certainly may, Senor Bowie," she

defeat, the surviving warriors retreated Her spirit attracted him; it was hand, he tried to dodge, flung a wild i said in her gentle Spanish, "and
behind their into the shot at Bowie, and the next instant,
squaws so brimming with fire. And all the as many words as you like. Come
farthest recesses of the cave and time she was sinking deeper into caught like a rat, he was jerked with me."
for quarter. from his horse and with
begged his life. violently ,
She led him to her sitting room.
Bowie stopped his Californiansand He knew she could ride, but now arms pinioned, dragged headfirstand "Speak freely," she said.
took stock. One of the rancheros she surpassed even his idea of her bumping violently at the heelsof "I am a stranger to Dona
you,
was seriously wounded, Sanchezwas daring. his captor. It was rough treat- Maria he began. "
a mass of bloody bruises and The race was cut short by the ment. No man could have lived "Not, smiled Maria I
Bowie had suffered a vicious knife appearance of a horseman gallop- long under it. But Bowie was thor wholly, "Dona -
"but that
slash across his bared chest and ing smartly around the hill ahead oughly angry and hardhearted. It let pass.
half-a-dozen lesser cuts. of them. He was swinging his hat was not consideration for the impudent "Thank you; yet I am-and to
The enraged Californians were for I in his hand as he rode. Heavily bully that checked his pace, your people. My stay under the
extermination. The Texan would bearded, tall in the saddle and rid- but as he dragged his captive down roof of Don"Ramon has been a very Wise Course
have of it. Sanchez wild to the slope whom should he see happy one.
none ing free as he came on, Bowie The wise course is to profit from
Teach the stolen girls and Amelita, placed him as an American, and watching him but Carmen. "Surely, exclaimed Dona Maria", the mistakes of others.-Terence.
found the frightened neophytes as he drew closer the verdict was Instinctively he checked his pony. alarmed, "you are not leaving us?
where they had been hidden by the strengthened."Hello He seemed to realize that this wouldbe "That is the last thing I'd like to
think of Dona Maria. I have "TAKING THE COUNTRY BY STORM"
squaws. too unpleasant a scene for her come
greaser, shouted the ASK YOUR DEALER FOR no
But he searched in vain for Ame- stranger in Yankee fashion. approval. He was pulling the strug- to love Californianos and Califor KENT( I Th Single. Outstanding or 10 Double BLADE Edge VALUE Blades IW I NC ,/ '
lita. Beside himself, he searched I "Who are you and what do you gling man toward outcroppingrocks. nia, I can honestly say, as if it and CUPPLES COMPANY, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI

every rift in the cave for Yosco. want?" asked Bowie in curt Eng- In five minutes. more their they were my own.
His frantic efforts were bootless. jagged edges would have torn himto "I am a Tejano. My own peopleare Deserving Well

... His bloody knife in hand, he faced lish."Looking for some stray horses, pieces. from Maryland and France. Who deserves well, needs not
the beaten subchief of the savages, greaser. What are you doing here Bowie halted within speaking distance When Don Ramon asked me to take another's praise.-Heath.

threatening instant death for all unless with ,a pretty girl-I'd like to get .of Carmen. He was still under charge of Guadalupe I hesitated, as
Yosco were produced. "Only acquainted with that shy one my- the influence of his anger and you know. The presence of your
his squaws can tell you where Yosco self." spoke sharply. daughter, Senorita Carmen, made

is," muttered the stolid Indian. Bowie felt sure the man was lying "I asked the Senorita to ride me fear, from the first time I ever FOR HEAD

"Yosco is not here," said the about stray horses, and, earlyas home." saw her, that my feelings might

swarthy, wrinkled woman. "He it was, he was evidently drunk.A She spoke without resentment. "I carry me beyond my depth. COLDSJust2
started yesterday for the high moun- nearer inspection of his featuresdid disobeyed." "They have done so, Dona Maria,

tains." not better Bowie's opinion of "You have exposed yourself to I am obliged to confess. And I am drops Pen- rush out
"Where is Amelita?" demanded him. he said painfully conscious that I have noth- cue Nose Drops
danger, bluntly.uDon't
Sanchez, beside himself. "Look here Yank said the Tex- ing to offer her. She is an heiressof willinstantlystart" clogging miseries
kill that poor man, if heisn't you on the opennose" -
1 "He took two mission girls along. his words large possessions. Yet-here ]I
an, chopping sharply dead already. Please. way outrush in vitalizing
Amelita was one. "bridle before am, asking'you for her hand. I am of cold-stuffed
your tongue you getinto kill didn't he "
"He tried to me, ?
trouble. You're Rancho not worthy of it. What will you do misery. healing air.
on
Bowie free
asked tartly. Remember,
Late that night a weary and strag- Guadalupe. The with me?" .
quicker get and breath
you easy
gling procession roused Santa Clara off it the better it will suit me. And "Yes, but let" him go, senor-if Dona Maria listened with varied ing takes the kick out of head colds-
Mission with resounding shouts. don't make more remarks about he's still alive. feelings, nor did she seem shockedat helps cut down the time these colds hang
any "It's hard to kill such vermin." on. So, for extra, added freedom from
the hour
Despite they her
were givena my companion. the confidence, though ex- colds this winter-head off head colds
joyous welcome. Padre Martinez, "Greaser, I don't think I like "Please let him go." pression was grave, as seemed to misery with genuine Pcnetro Nose Drops.
for himself and his associates, or- you." "He'll make more trouble another her to befit the situation.

dered the slender reserves of his "You'll like me less if you don't time," grumbled Bowie. "Your words do you honor, Senor
fatlings brought from the cold room, move on pronto." "Please let him go." Bowie," she responded evenly.

and at midnight the fires were still The invader very slowly drew a Bowie rode back to him. His eyes "There are, indeed, as you say, un-
blazing and the kettles bubbling to double-barreled horse pistol from were staring wildly and he was usual circumstances to be consid- SPECALARGAIIS
fill a half-starved company with the his belt. The movement cost Bowie panting. "Had enough?" demanded ered. Yet after discussing it with

best provender the mission afforded.To his first tremor. He wheeled his Bowie sullenly.The Don Ramon, I shall not hesitate to
the surprise of the savages, horse back toward Carmen. "Seno- captive could not raise breath lay your avowal before Carmen.
who expected to be % executed at rita," he said in Spanish, "ride enough to speak but he nodded fee- From him I do not anticipate any
once, they, too, were served withan home. This fellow is drunk and bly. serious objection. As to her feelings -
abundance and went to their might shoot wild. You're in danger I am not, much as you mIght WHEN you see the specials of
quarters, filled both with stew and here." CHAPTER X so think, in her confidence. Carmen merchants announcedin
with amazement.The "What will you do?" asked Car- is mature beyond her years and the columns of this paper

Californians, after mutual men coolly."I Bowie and much reserved by nature. She has you can depend on them. They
dismounting stoopingto
,
congratulations, scattered for, their think I can handle the situation.Go release his captive heard the been delicate-" mean bargains for you.
,
ranchos. It was almost health
daybreak
do. in
"She seems perfect
clatter of hoofs. He offered by merchantswho
sprang up, expecting They are
when Don Ramon, with Dona Ma- He turned to face the threat from now," suggested Bowie.
enemies. It was only Pedro not afraid to announce
ria, Carmen, Bowie and his men the insolent horseman, who stormedon. "So she is," declared Dona Ma- are
and Sanchez in hard
galloping their: the qualityof
prices or
reached Guadalupe. Lights were "I want health-have no misgivings
you to understand I'm ria, "in perfect
after the
of the shots.
two
report offer.
still burning everywhere in the ; the merchandise they
Captain Blood, and I don't take no on that score.
"Sanchez said Bowie in Spanish
ranch house. back talk from any greaser. II (TO DE CONTINUED)
"ride fast back to the house Carmen of the Rancho-10

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PAGEEIGHT THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1040(


FIRST. DRAFTEES TO. primary election In May. No School NeWS- thousands of Floridians, is political real property In Hendry County, Florida -
ENTER CAMP BRANDING earlier than the first of this week hokum of the first water! to-wit:
members of the family said that Regardless: of what.-the senatorsof Plat Lot of 25 Clewiston Block 173, ,Florida of the, General accord- I

St. Augustine, Nov. 21-FNS- he was weak and ill and they (Continued from Page 5) other states may think or say ing to the plat thereof recorded y
'
Tho Initial group of Florida draftees feared a recurrence of the trouble. about twenty minutes as punish- about Florida's sugar industry, our 14 In, Plat Inclusive Book, of 2, the at Public pages 7 Rec-to

will enter service at Camp Blanding Mr.Bales (Colonel as he was ment. :And was it punishment! job is to save it, not destroy it! ,. ords of Hendry County, Florida,
December 4, it was announced this affectionately called by his many We are plain dupes if we permit and& Company E. B. Roberts, a ,dissolved Trustee for Delaware Almar

week by H. P. Baya, state selec- friends although he is said to Claude Pepper to destroy it for political corporation, bo and appear In the
director. Did you notice the number of abovo entitled cause at the Court
tive service have never had any military ser- or personal reasonsMiamiHerald. !
senior House In LaBelle. Florida, on the
names on the honor roll
Forty-eight men will report at vice) was a native of Georgia and 16th day of December. 1940 to answer
Camp on December 4, and a second came to Florida, soon after his last month? Twice as many as the the bill of complaint herein, else the
rest of the high school combined! allegations of said bill will be takenas
of thirty-nine Decem- marriage. The family lived first i
group on confessed by said defendants.IT .
I I
To be the honor roll
ber 12. Twenty-one more will report at Haines City and then .at Fort I on we haveto NOTICF3 TO CREDITORS IS FURTHER ORDERED that
to Ft. Barrancas on ,December Meade where he served a termas have an "A" average too. Pretty Probate Law 1033 this for four order (4)be published consecutive once weeks a week In

13, it was announced. mayor. In 1920 they moved to good seniors! The Clewlston News, a newspaper
Moore Haven and have made this Margaret Von Mach was findinga STATE HENDRY OF: FLORIDA COUNTY OP published In Hendry County Florida.
DATED this 6 day of November,
COLOR MOVIE OF WOODCRAFT their home since. He not only hada theory of a certain economist You and each of you are hereby 1940.: '

: TO BE MADE successful law practice but also unreasonable. In voicing her com- claims notified and and demands required to which present you,any or (Seal: WILLIAM T. HULL
served as county representative one plaint to Mrs. Thomas she said: either of you, may have against the Clerk of Circuit Court of

St. Petersburg, Nov. 22FNSA ) term in the legislature. For the "Well I've said a lot of silly things estate, of late H.of J. said B. Scharnberer County, to deceased the- EVANS Hendry, MERSHON County,&Florida.SAWYER,

full-color movie short on the past several years he has been attorney but they have never, been put in County Judge of Hendry County, Miami, Florida,
Solicitors for Plaintiff.
Earl Gresh wood craft shop and to the board of county com- books". house Florida at, LaBelle at his office Florida In, within the court eight St. Nov. 8-15-22-29, Dec. 6, 1910. >'

museum will give St. Petersburg missioners and the county school calendar months from the date of ----
nation-wide publicity when it is board and was county prosecutor I TO YE OLDE ED I the first publication of this notice.I
Each claim
demand
or must be In
distributed to movie theatres until the first of this month when Ye Olde Ed is a "newsy" thing writing, and must state the place of
throughout the country. .he resigned this position. residence and post office address oftire
And "nosey" too, describes her
claimant and must be sworn to
I The production will be made by Surviving relatives include eight She's not a very choosy thing by the claimant agent, or attorney, Good FarmLand
f, Educational Films nationally brothers and a sister, who residein I (She can't be for there's little or the to same law; will become void according -

known motion picture company at Georgia but whose names and I From which her weekly news can This 28th day of October, 1940.!
!' a cost of approximately $20,000.It places of residence could not immediately come) Marie Margaret Scharnberg,
will tell the story of wood from be learned, his widow, or.no -Administrator of the Estate of
The though news gibes her.
H. J. B. Scharnberg, deceased.
the time the tree is felled in Gulf Mrs. Caroline Bales, County Super- Hendry County

Hammock through the saw mills at intendent; a daughter, Mrs. ClydeS. Clewiston, Florida.
She haunts each hall and stair
I every 4t. Nov. 1-8-15-22, 1040.!
Perry to :final completion in the Cooksey- of Moore Haven and And chases' 'round from loom to for Rent
wood shop at St. Petersburg. Efforts two sons, H. Sinclair of Fort Myers
I' are being made to have Lowell ana Vernon of Everglades. Thereare room ALIAS ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIN
Begging, pleading, and knelt in
Thomas act as narrator for the also :five grand-children.
prayer THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
production. The Gresh museum .
TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
For something that looks in
was chosen for this subject because -good FLORIDA, IN AND FOR HENDRY
Bowling TourneyContinued print COUNTY, IN CHANCERY.
-
r it Is the only one in the nation entirely CASE NO.
l' ti devoted to wood. (But for 'the most part they invent -
I'- And leave ye ed in blackest gloom). CLEWISTON REALTY AND DE-
[' ( from page 1) VELOPMENT CORPORATION. a TrespassersWill

Hendry Board. Bass ........................ 95 Her news is made, not hunted up -FLORIDA Plaintiff.vs corporation,

,. Total::.................605 604. 620Kiuanis What news 'she has, I mean to say, Be
)-
Sayings that someone grunted
(Continued from Page 1) up ProsecutedClewiston
Who went where with who and ALMAR & COMPANY, a dissolved
a month. It is understood the department Tippey ...................129 154 131 why? Delaware corporation, and all unknown ,)Go
persons or* parties (whether
of agriculture matches Lawrence ......... ._... 83 127 127 Who did what when who passed by? natural, corporate or municipal) ,
this amount. Markette ............:.....141 167 157 (Who wrote this to who's dismay) ? claiming through, under or from ....
said dissolved corporation, and E.
Circuit Clerk William T. Hull Wilcox .............:.....120 94 126 By DICK OWEN B. ROBERTS, ,Trustee for Almar
" said the board agreed that-a county Doke ...............:..:....123 102 118 & Company, a dissolved Delaware

agent was needed in this section Total.......:..........596 644 659 corporation sons having and or all claiming unknown an por-Interest -'
t and that Ward, if he accepts the Cleiviston Motors PEPPER SMOKE: SCREEN In the real property described -

f; proposition, may start work at any R. Kelly .....I....._....115 126 Continued- Defendants.It In the .bill,
: ( on Page 4) And
':. time.He L. Kelly .................119 124 90 Realty
t. is said to be no monopoly and today we repeat appearing by the sworn bill of
thoroughly ex- J. Waters ..............:...121 127 155G. complaint filed herein that the plain-
that he knows there is no monopoly.
perienced in the duties pertaining Bestor ................ 86 106E. tiff Is entitled to an order of publication DevelopmentCorpOJation

r-V to county agent work. E.: Kelly ___..........136 181 125C. Now, as to the expression about IT. IS ORDERED that the defendant,

Nail .................... 109E. the U. S. Almar & Company, a dissolved Dela-
Col. Bales- Collier ................ 98 if that favorite Sugar Corporation's political stores hooey, claiming ware corporation interests, and under all or parties from

Total ............._....577, 639 602- wasn't so ridiculous, it 'would be Almar & Company, or otherwise, and all J JI
unknown persons having or claimingan
(Continued From Page 1) funny. We challenge Claude Pepperto Interest in the following described

miles 'away and was told by him Hunting Season- talk with Cecil Parkinson, the

l to bring the body on in despite leading merchant in Clewiston and --
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the fact that Collier county officials Moore Haven-and he's no piker I/I I I.ww III IIlillusuun

.,. had not been notified. Much of (Continued from Page 1) merchant-or peorge Royal, the S INGf hA'

t. .\ the return trip was made with ing grounds to the south report leading merchant of Belle Glade, or

the oil gauge of the plane show- that fencing and. posting of cattle J. F. Caffee, banker of Pahokee, or,
." ing empty and it is ,considered almost ranges has made 'lit very' difficultto in fact, any merchant or businessman -' .

' / miraculous that the. motor get in to the area and prophecythat of the area, as to what are HCf L4pQ '_ '-
I-r j'i continued to function until the unless steps are taken in the the facts and what they think aboutU.

t "' landing field was reached. immediate future to make the S. Sugar Corporation stores.If I.
H. S. Bales, the elder son, was cattlemen more reasonable that the Pepper, or those he cites as account with! s+s.You

'j notified in Fort ''Myers and came last great hunting ground of the critics, knew anything at all about When have a saYings ,ot a time-lust.

...". immediately to make necessary ar- state will be taken away from the those stores they would know that .. 9'idU to ..t a few doUacst 0{ YOIJr income.can =
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rangements. The Everglades Funeral hunters. This also holds true of employees do not have to buy at =?& whatever you con compounded semiood .

Home of Pahokee came for the body some of the best quail hunting U. S. Sugar commissaries. They are paY worth'Mel\ \

and took it from the airplane territory in this and neighboring not even asked to buy. Those stores The 9 eomm9oke\\ saving let

hanger to PaTiokee, to prepare it counties. are merely a convenience, conductedat =:: annuany I rea y office todaX.and
for burial. While a great many Clewiston cost, or even a loss, by the com- =z 7'QAf not come i In t aourbout our i S.in 9 s

The family announced last night hunters chose to open the ,regular pany. At these stores prices 'are \ more.
that funeral services will be held season by hunting, deer, turkey, the same or even lower, than at ::B'us\ teu from the \st on 0pan1 l IlisV \

this afternoon at 3:30 at the homeon quail and doves there were still a the well-known chain stores, and I Earnings ...1 the lOt ''
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Avenue K to be conducted by great many who still favored duck we write this by reason of personal funds race'lea ,

;' Rev. McCall, of Bartow, a Methodist hunting which has been better this investigation, and we know both
minister and brother of Mrs. Bales. year than for the past several prices and the company's attitudeof

Burial will follow at the Ortona seasons. Since last week's cold service to employes. All this
Cemetery. < spell the northern ducks have been however, is beside the point. This Clewiston Federal Savingsand

Mr. Bales had been sufferingfor arriving in large numbers and "whispering campaign", of justification -

several years from heart shooting is said to have been un- for the declared Pepper at-

,,.. trouble, his most serious recent usually good on the lake and in the tidue and intentions towards a Loan Association
"=. attack being on the night of that marshes back from" the lake. Florida institution that employes

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