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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 29, 1940
Publication Date: 1928-
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Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1940_ SUBSCRIPTION-$2.00 PER YEAR "
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t" H' :! ANNUAL FOOTBALL Bean Prices AreShowing I iiius MOON TO BE I New AmusementsAt i iKURTZ CONDUCTING 1




''I i BANQUET AT INN IncreaseThe FIRST DRAFTEE FROM Legion FestivalThe I ICEBERG LETTUCE t


string bean market, which Crescent A Amusement Com-


IS WELL ATTENDEDThe has Everglades brought little,growers but a so headacheto far this HENDRY COUNTY :LIST val pany,attractions which will for furnish the the ClewistonFair carni- I DEVELOPMENT HEREBy 1


season had shown a decided gain .....-- and Festival to be staged here
the week of December 9 to 14, is Carr Settle
draftee
from
Clewiston Tigers this year the middle 'of this week and brok- The first white
his medi- not the same company which staged Wednesday afternoon I had the
Hendry county, providing '
played hosts to the Boca Grande I J.
Tarpons in their annual 'Thanksgiving ers and growers alike were hopeful cal examination does not bar him, the show here last year it has pleasure of visiting and inspecting ,

Day banquet following, the that this higher market might hold will be- Julius Moon of LaBelle- who been pointed out by those who are I every phase of the work being done J I

I advance little furtherin 6n December arranging the festival. on the.extensive Iceberg lettuce ,
I here Thursday evening and steady or a will enter Camp Blanding ... '
game
I Some of the attractions featuredby farm of the Shawnee Farms at i'
players, cheer-leaders, coaches and the next few days. 6 and fill the county 'quota
Jones Clew- the carnival group last year Liberty Point with the R.
officials for the first call. Lee owner,
their wives school game
Two cars of beans were reportedsold met with disapproval it is
some ,
E. Kurtz of Fort I
trustees and board iston negro will be the first colored Myers. was
officials, school in Belle Glade Thursday for said which caused the American
draftee and he will enter the Campon taken on the tour with the stipula
in all gatheredat
member, fifty-three $1.25 hamper and indica- of the festival, to
o'clock per every December 13. Legion, sponsors tion that I would not yet write
'six
Inn at
the Clewiston tion, It was said, pointed'to a con- arrange for the other very popular about it but at the conclusion of
be rejected the I
Should :Moon by
for the excellent dinner.
rise for the
tinued upward next concern for this year. The rides the trip he had weakened enough
The Thanksgiving Day dinner medical examiner, Dr. C. E. Weaverof I
few days. which will be featured are all of the that he permitted me to write It [
idea was inaugurated three years LaBelle, Boris Matusiak of La- I
newest and highest type and vulgar if I didn't too much.
Some beans have already been say
next called.
ago at the first meeting of the two Belle will be the shows and objectionable gambling
teams on the six-man football I picked in the Clewiston area and Freddie Hooks,. another Clewiston For the project is still something
devices have been outlawed.
gridiron. Because the ,game forced I a considerable acreage is almost negro will be the colored alternate. of an experiment despite the fact
Space in the exhibitor's tent is
to miss their Thanks- ready for picking. James and that about four hundred acres are
the players The county draft board this week
going well and when the fair is
giving meal at home it was decided Bolton have picked some squashin ordered eleven more Class 1 registrants I i I I held tHe management feels that already planted and when plantingis

i that the dinner would be held so the townsite and Bolton has''a to report to Dr. Weaver for there will be an excellent displayof through there will be between

that no 'player would be deprivedof pretty field of tomatoes near the medical examination, which makesa I farm products, commercial and five and six hundred acres. Addedto
his turkey. Golf Course road which escapedthe that is a new processing plant
Thanksgiving
total of forty-two to date in this educational exhibits. Mrs. MaudeS.
One of the dining room was frost and will be ready for now under construction which,
wing class. Members of this class are Hare is selling space in this
set aside for the dinner with the picking in a short time. > those found by the board, after tent at a nominal cost. when finished will be the most up-

officials, coaches and visitors seat- classification according to question- to-date plant for lettuce processingeast t

ed at a long table at one end while Merchant Team Takes naire, to be ready for immediate ofthe Rocky Mountains. So

the players and cheer-leaders were service. Irrigation EquipmentUsed it is really a tremendous experi- \ I

grouped at small tables so arranged Lead In Bowling ment.

-i that there were some from bothI I I In ExperimentTo But Mr. Kurtz has studied the 'I

\'t schools at each table. Tournament 6 Wins i I crop from every angle, feels that '

I, Coach R. W. Turk acted as ; BOCA GRANDE WINS Spread Fertilizer it is a sure bet for the Evergladesmuck I

I I master of ceremonies and first introduced I lands and grew quite a large

i 'J. Curtis Byrd, principal The Merchants team of the Clew- I acreage at a profit last year to .1
FINAL GAME FROM
'1 and coach at Boca Grande who iston bowling league showed Tues- '., An experiment'in which prove it. It is a crop not easily :

i, made a short talk in which he expressed day night in taking three straight may have far-reaching significanceis damaged by cold and one which, .

his pleasure and the plea- games from the Clewiston Motors I TIGERS THURSDAYBy now being carried out by the if it can be grown in quantity .

sure of 'the team in being once'again team, that they would have to be I' United States Sugar Corporationon should find ready sale.'i

able to enjoy Clewiston's hospitality. considered carefully by any other fields west of town under the Seed beds were prepared with

: He also said that he favored team striving for first place when direction of Dr. B. A. Bourne. the greatest care near the Shawnee ';l
OwenIn
I the annual Thanksgiving game be- the tournament is finished. Inthe 'Dick duel That is the distribution of Farms village east 'of the old Moore ,', :
a free-scoring, passing !
tween the schools and hoped that three, game match every game of soluble plant foods to the soil Haven-Clewiston road and arranged 'i 1
the Tarpons from the land seaweed
the system might continue in-- showed a total of more than seven late through the irrigation watery'which so that they would have proper ; ;
and song, field a Tiger
definitely. hundred pins. I traditional makes the fertilizer more quickly water control at all times. Formal- .:
rally to win 3722in the "
'
i The City team, after winning in the seed beds .
Coach Turk then expressed to the assimilated.At dehyde was used
I I the members of his team his plea- three games last Thursday night I Thanksgiving'game played on this time a preparation of to kill out damaging bacteria,.and }!
local afternoon.
gridiron
Thursday
:
from the Affiliates not such
by good '
with this weeds after which they were R'
them
sure at working bluestone is
of the sulphate
The ball was in the air most or copper
season and his admiration for their scores took two out of three' from last being used which is first made intoa thoroughly aerated and the seed j
time and all but the two
efforts to build a winning team the Commissary team on Tuesday planted.. Germination was success- ...3 :'
liquid solution and then fed direc-
touchdowns were scored on passes. .,
night with one 829 total score II ;
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handicaps. 'He directed ful .
despite many but tly through the into the beyond anticipation. '
*"" 'vith Eooae-.:accounting< Tor 222 It was, anybody's'i. .ball game pump )-
,
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his \ remarks mainly to'm : : that irrigation 'waterA jet regulatesthe Fields in' y hirh the plants' are ", .,
I, in second gam'e the salty Tarpons announced ,
his show
pins and '
senior football of the two set first carefully plowed, clean-
players I and amount of the solution which are
they were "anybody" passedto '
I schools and said that the game of that they will be in there' hammering be distributed. ed of all vegetation and then ,l
29-6 end of
a lead at the the may
first the
for at tourna-
life 'would find after place I levelled with special machine.
they graduation a :.(
ment's close. third quarter. Then for a few Being used is the Shu-Ran .
would be patterned in many Ahead of the levelling has gone the ,
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minutes the Tigers came out of equipment which has been used
In the other match last I
Thursdaythe
ways,after the football game with the fertilizer spreaders and behind itthe ,
I Merchants took three straight.sfrom hibernation and quickly rang upI heretofore largely as fire-fighting
,
which
opening kick-off after graduation.The sprinkling system
I sixteen points, only seven away from 'equipment. This consists of lengthsof '
the U. S. Engineers. 'f"
good sportsmanship they had thoroughly dampens the ground in .
The week's results place the a tie and eight away from victory.But pipe, each with a stand pipe and
of :
learned on the football field would preparation for the setting
the first play after the kick- sprinkler, which can be quickly
Merchant's team in first place in
stand '.q.
them in good stead for the plants. Four mechanical plant
off saw Johnny "Butler" Downing coupled together with a patented I
bigger battle ahead of them when the standings to date. setters are used which guide them- ::
The scores: make a sensational sideline dash joint This pipe Is laid across a ]I
could battle in the .
they competition selves and space plants even-
Thursday night matches: and hand the game, in all certainty, field for a quarter mile or more '
business day after day and yet ly at just the right depth. Two
Affiliated Offices to the visitors. and is so efficient that, claims of ,
meet a competitor in good spirit negro women ride 'on each of the I g
after the battle was done just as Rosenberg; .............109 86 123 Pass combinations were, for Boca more than an 1nc'h of water an machines to feed the plants into ':!J I

Owen .....................117 130 106 Grande: Futch to Futch, Downingto hour over the sixty-six foot strip slots.
the setting .,1
S wayne .................... 97 118 101 Joiner, Joiner to Hargiss, Futchto covered have not been disputed.A is ;A
The
(Continued on Page 8) sprinkling system a comparatively
v Lovvorn ............._...119 101 137 Hargiss. Clewiston teamed up second line may be laid during method of Irrigation -J:
new
Warehouse Floor Weaver ......._...........107' 148 119' with Reddish to Long to Bethea on this and when one strip is wet it In the 'glades but shows tremen-

Total..................549 583 586 pass 'reverse and Reddish to Dixon. Is a simple matter to run the pumpto dous possibilities. It is known as ..'I
Nearing CompletionThe I. City of Clewistou Reddish also scored the final touchdown the end of the next pipe line the Shu-Rane system and consists 'f

Crawford ..........___..148 117 I for Clewiston and kicked for and begin again. The uniformityof simply of lengths of pipe, each J,

Boone .....................160 128 139 four extra points.It flow is said to be the closest to fitted with a standpipe with a

big concrete floor for the Charlie ........_........... 109 105 I was the Tigers best game of natural rain of any system yet sprinkler attachment at the top !'

new sugar warehouse Is being Griffin .....................145 128 116 the year, including their games devised and the sprinklers can be which will take muddy water with- ;

poured as rapidly as possible and Pape .....-.............__..136 121 with Jupiter and Everglades. This used with muddy water without out clogging. These joints of pipe .'

should be complete and'workers Jones ...................... 132 122 was third of the series of Thanks- clogging., easily connected by a patented !

I out of the way when steel workers Small ......._................ 121 giving Day games, two of which I joint are and it takes a small crew buta 1

-. arrive soon after the first of the Total.....___........_... 697'' 626 603 have been played in Clewiston." Bill Vent Enlists few minutes to lay the length of
', month to begin steel erection. The net result is Boca Grande 2, I
The floor, a hundred feet by I Clewiston '0 and tied 1. I pipe completely across a field. Anew F,.
:
Merchants I I In Field Artillery set of pipes has just been pur- .
two hundred feet, Is being pouredin Martin .................... 148 139 I' Game. Statistics: I chased which will permit one line 'j I
slabs 16x16 and 16x20 feet. 29 ... ... '' Clewiston B. G. I '
Schroeder ........ .. 130 138 --.- to be used while the next line is 1

of these blocks remained to be McGehee .................129 143 First Downs 11 11 Gove (Bill) Vent until a few being prepared for use. The water --

poured Wednesday at'noon.. Eachof Charlie __....:__....._145 168 156 Passes Tried 16 17 I weeks ago a student in Clewiston is distributed evenly over a widthof i

these slabs is heavily reinforcedwith Driggers .................134 144 123 Passes Completed 8 8 i High School and a member of its sixty-six feet and it is said that

half inch steel bars and suit- Stone ........................ 118 Passes Intercepted 0 1 football squad at the beginning of more than an inch of water per i

able expansion joints are being George .................... 168 95 Time Outs 2 6 the season has enlisted in the 17th hour can be laid on this strip.

provided both longitudinally and Total .""'.'''00__''___'' 685 737 655 Fumbles -1 4 Field Artillery for three years andis The processing plant is located

transversely. U. S. Engineers, > Opp. Fumbles Rec. 2 1 now stationed at Fort Bragg, along'side the railroad west of the

Meanwhile the steel for the new Augur ..............._,_..._ 123 119 93 Yds. Gained Rushing 135, 264 N. C. highway and is rapidly nearing

molasses tank is up and construc- Kraemer .................Ill 117 147 Yds. Lost Rushing 2 2 I Bill left Clewiston only a.few. completion. A fill has been built
tion of the tank is virtually com- Continued Yds. Gained Passes 144 142 !
( Page 8)
on weeks ago with his parents to and ties and, rails unloaded for
pleted. Yds. Lost Passes 0 0
make his home In Abbeville, S. C. building a spur rail line into the
Run Back of all kicks 106 29
I Clewiston Tigers I He made five attempts to enlist but "plant. It is so designed with easy
Penalties (Yds). 5 40
March To Be
Sugar
was turned down because of hiseyes. inclined ramps that loaded wagons
Defeat Score by periods, Boca Grande
EvergladesThe
This ,was finally correctedand may be pulled directly onto the I
\ Played Over WSUN 15-8-6-8; Clewiston. 6-0-0-16. he was able to achieve his packing floor and unloaded onto l
Officials Bell, refiee; Ward,
Clewiston their
Tigers won
belt. A
-' ambition to enter the service. the grading and packing
umpire; Oliver, head linesman; and
second game of the season against ice breaking machine will
This' information contained in a special
,John J. Heney, president of the Everglades here last Ii"ridaynight I. Wilson, announcer. be used and a second machine will
letter from his mother, Mrs. E. J.
Florida Bandmaster's Association by a score of 33-20.
ice Into snow
Vent, will be of great Interest to convert the broken
wrote this week to express his ap- Redish, Tiger back, scored all Band Concert At Bill's friends here. and this snow will be packed be-

preciation for copies of the Everglade five of the Clewiston touchdowns many tween each layer of lettuce In the .

Sugar March, composed by I and added a couple of extra pointson Azucar WednesdayThe crate. The plant is designed to ,

Director Frank Sturchio of the U. conversions.The Kiwanis Club Has take care of about eight cars 'of i ii :

S. Sugar Corporation band and Tigers scored the first touch- i 1- lettuce in a regular day without

dedicated to the sugar corporation down and Everglades came backto United States Sugar Corpora- Fine Quiz ProgramThe overtime work. Crate material and

Mr. Henry commented very favorably score and lead. But before the tion Band will give a concert next box making machines will be located -

', f on the composition and said first quarter ended Clewiston helda Wednesday night at the recreationhall on the second floor of 'the I

that it would be included in a 12-8 lead. The Gators again in the Azucar Plantation V1Ili Kiwanis Club, at the weekly building. A special machine used "-

broadcast program by the DeLand forged ahead, 14-12, but never i meeting Wednesday evening at the for putting the tops on the crates

High School Band over Station I held the lead again for a few age.The program, with a few slight Inn conducted another of the Time has already been received. '

I WSUN o'f St. Petersburg Saturday minutes later the Tigers scored their changes will be the same as that magazine quiz programs on current Harvest of the crop Is expected .,
afternoon, November 30 between third touchdown to take the events. High score was won by
i !\ lead. given here on Wednesday night of (Continued on page 8) !I
: 1[ two and three o'clock. There was no doubt as to its last week which was so much en.. A. W. Lawrence. .

I This program is non-commercial being a Tiger victory in the closing joyed by those who heard it. These quiz programs are receiv- be better informed on news of the "

j \ and the sugar corporation, members minutes of the game but to makeIt In addition to the band concert ing favorable mention by Kiwanis day.

of the band and Prof. Sturchio feel doubly sure Redish raced across the Plantation Choral Group will International and many clubs over Following the quiz Prof. R. W.

I very fortunate In having the march' just ahead of the .final. whistle fort give a half-hour program... of. selec the country arp taking up the Idea Turk was Inducted formally intq

) .1.:' fleeted' for t'pro&ruu: e final score; to4 sprItuals{ ,} in order... ..... that.....J her members. map the club as: a new member,






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rmfleS IMPROVED \ Fight With Huge KitesIt

UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL

has always been a matter for
u k'R g Surprise that the East did not de- !;r

SUNDAY [Lesson velop flying long before the West,
for centuries ago men and beys

AEN flew kites in China, Japan, and
E By HAROLD L. .LUNDQUIST. D. D.
Dean of The Moody Bible Instituteof iwau India. In India most boys fly with
Close scrvi
Chicago. D skill. Sometimes much three
as as
Gingl-Gee, that rouge sure Washington, D. C. (Released by Western Newspaper Union. miles of thread, edged with
pow-
looks 'natural. For a while I BUNDISTS EMPLOYED IN Reporter's Memo to His Editor: dered
glass mixed with glue, con-
thought it was your skin. DEFENSE PLANTS Lesson for December 1 Washington, D. C.: The Greek vic nects the kite to the reel. Flyers
Sally-Well, it's the next thingto Dies committee agents have secretly tories are not being taken too seri stage fights with other kites miles
it. authorities ously by you know who. Says it is
warned government Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se- away and learn all about aerial
Diplomacy is the'art of letting to be on guard against an out- Council lected and of Religious copyrighted Education by International "all a trap" to get the British fleet currents. When one kite line is

someone else have your way. break of sabotage in defense plantson permission. : used by away from the Suez and then et cut, the opponent wraps it round

the West coast. cetera. Don't overplay streamers and pulls it home.In .
: AN EXACTING DISCIPLESHIP The Molotov-Hitler minutes
His Last Word According to the Dies-men, big Japan and China they in

Tom In your home is your gest U. S. 'danger spot is Los Ange- LESSON were in Washington three hours lat for kite flying in a big way,go and
Communist fifth TEXT-Luke 94962. er. Russia will send about 15 divisions
les, where Nazi and
/irord final? GOLDEN TEXT-No villages have kites 3,000
man. having put his square
Harry Yes. Once I've said, columnists have been unusually active hand to the plough, and looking back, is fit to Turk border to "keep the feet in area, weighing half a ton ,.r
something they won't let me speak of late. The Los Angeles area for the kingdom of God.-Luke 9:62.: Turks"from becomig too trouble- and costing about $1,000 each.
contains one of the largest concen- some. Those are exact quotes .
again. trations of defense work in the coun- Weak-kneed, watered-out, and Time mag killed most sensational
SIDE '\ "sickly" religious philosophies and quotes of campaign rather than in-

HER try.One reason for the D-men's fear activities have no right to call them- cense certain subscribers. Amazing

was their discovery of a secret mail- selves Christian. Following Christis No secret down here in every i

ing list of 2,500 names in a raid on not just a sweet sentimental impulse lobby Steve Early's resignation

the Los Angeles headquarters of the expressed in smooth words plans off indef. That cop inci- ,

!t C! s ti v German-American Bund. Herman and formal religious exercises. It dent in N. Y. People might I II

Schwinn, West coast Bund fuehrer, is a vital, virile, sacrificial faith think he was fired Has big

admitted, under questioning, that the which leads the true follower of salaried job waiting Flynn's' II
list consisted of Nazi sympathizerswho Christ to be willing not only to die call was for Sam Foley of Bronx- I

i ;)Le; 1 regularly attended Bund meet- for Him, but also to live for Him I! for Demo candidate mayoralty I
in
the face
ings. of opposition, hatred. Whiskers says positively no evidenceof

A check-up of the names revealedthe I. yes, "through peril, toil and pain." sabotage in any of those ex- Action begins in a short

startling fact that 800 of them Let us put away thesex insipid imitations plosions. Whew!

are employed in airplane plants, of Christianity''!' which so time. No long hours

Dinocan-Darling, what would fac- often masquerade under its name
oil refineries auto
shipyards, ,
life be like if I didn't have you? tories and other key defense indus and face our time with a call to Perkins' probable successor assec'y i li j of painful discomfort.
Gladys-Just some other fellow tries. discipleship which demands every labor may be George Harrison -
fine pres. Brotherhood R. R. Clerks I I I M
asking the same question.For nobler manly and womanly
Knudsen Henderson and Gen-
quality. The lesson for today reveals ,
SPANISH BRIBE eral Wesson of Ordnance 1. To relieve headache
at
that Jesus and Dep't
following (
Example"An The career clique of fascistminded body discomfort
please remember you are not readyto private demonstration of "S cretWeapon" and aches, take
exclusive vegetable diet, appeasers inside the state department -
f live for Him until ynu have been to "stop" Adolf. Creatoris J A 5 Bayer Aspirin Tab
said the dietician "will give in size and
you a has dwindled Carleton Brown. Worked lets and drink a full
born again) calls forI. on it
.
of water.2.Forsorethroatfrom
trim figure. strength since Europe's tragic his- 21 years. Revolutionize mobile glass
"Did you ever take a good look tory proved the fallacy of their Co-operation (vv. 49, 50). 'J-
transportation. Terrific form of tank
at a hippopotamus?" asked the course in Spain. However, they are The placing of the little child in Check with ,Arthur Loew, heir cold tablets dissolve in Vi 3 glass Bayer

skeptical ,patient. still strong enough to urge a loan (or their midst (vv. 46-48) and Jesus' to all those double-features. He and ,1 of water and gargle.

gift) of $100,000,000 from the Export- words concerning true greatness revealed his wife going to school last few
to John that he had been :
Import bank to General Franco, dictator
months-up at Columbia U. .
of Spain.Furthermore. wrong in condemning the one who :
i Taking course in motion picture and
MUSCULARRHEUMATIC was working for Christ but who
was
it be that the I
may play production! No kidding .
not of their
The true disciple
will with it. party.
career clique' get away I Raft invested 80 Gs in Florida''' race
PAINSoreness They urge that the hundred mil- recognizes that the man who truly I track Frau Thomsen, wife of I
lions be advanced to Spain in orderto loves and serves Christ is to be accepted
Nazi here snubof
man depressed
over 3.Cheek temperature.If .
and StiffnessYou Franco from into the in His name.II. .
keep coming local hunt club. Wasn't invitedto you have a fever and temperature does not go
need to rub on a powerfully soothing"COUNTERIRRITANT" war against England. They claim Humility (vv. 51-53). affair for first time. down-If throat pain is not quickly relieved,call

" quickly relieve neuritis like,rheumatic Musterole aches to that if Spain has enough food, the Gross discourtesy, evidently in- your doctor. .

t and pains. Better than a mustard country will remain neutral. And it spired by national hatred (the Jews This modern way 'acts with

plaster to help break up painful local is the British, whose fumbling in and Samaritans had no dealingswith RAF damage to Berlin almost as amazing speed. Be sure you, get

, congestion! Made in 3 strengths Spain was, even more responsiblethan each other), was shown toward great as in London, according to BAYER Aspirin.At .

ours for the present danger to the Lord 'Himself. His reaction pouch-bearers. Goebbels, of course,
the first sign of cold follow the
Gibraltar, who now want the ynited gives us an example of humility, for will deny Hamburg practically directions'' in the a above-
pictures
States to bail them out with a hun- He said not a word against them. doesn't exist .. Thurman Ar- '
the simplest and the
dred million dollars. The true follower' Jesus should nold was waving his resignation for among most
effective methods known to modern
Confidential military reports from expect such treatment from a hos- weeks-but has made peace .' science to relieve painful cold

With Humor Spain, however, indicate three tile, devil-inspired world and emu- Francis, Biddle, U. "S. solicitorgeneral symptoms-fast.

... Salt your food with humor, pep- things: first, the Spanish people are late his master,by showing love'and may inherit Bob Jackson's postas So does
quickly
Bayer Aspirin
per it with wit, and sprinkle over so fed up with three years of bloody III. Patience (vv. 54-56). AG if Jackson beats an eastern act-both internally andas

it the charm of good fellowship. civil war that they won't fight in The disciples wanted to show their senator to Supreme court as chief gle, you'll feel wonderful relief a start gar-

Never poison it with the cares of any foreign war not of their choos- power and authority by bringing the justice Jackson won't acceptan often in a remarkably short time.

life.-Anonymous. ing; second, Spain is so badly defended fires of destruction upon the enemiesof associate justice job. Hotels it is
that her harbors would be Christ. That spirit has persistedin jammed to capacity-many turned Try thisway.Youwill say un
But be
equalled.
easy targets for the British fleet; the church, the desire to call the away during heavy rains. Clerks sure you
the fast-acting AEJ
Pull the Trigger on third, the Spanish people actuallyare fires of heaven (and possibly of hell) explain town crowded because of, get product want.Bayer Ask ::91EI
near revolt, which is the secret to destroy those who hinder or oppose defense contractors. Most of the you ?
for Bayer Aspirin by the
Lazy Bowels reason why Franco wants the hun- us. Such is not the, spirit of mob, the clowns say, are here trying full name when you buy. R
dred million. Without food, the old our God and His Christ, for He is to square themselves with New

witb herb laxab've.combined with syrup pepsinto Loyalist government might come "long-suffering to us-ward, not will Dealers Newspaper men say- GENUINE BAYER ASPIRIN
make it agreeable and easy to take back again. ing that any should perish, but that ing Willkie sore at many of his orig-

When constipation brings on acid indigestion In other words, it looks as if the all should come to repentance." inal boosters, partic R. Howard, of World Goes Round
,
bloating, dizzy spells, gas
coated tongue, sour taste and bad career clique inside the state department -I IV. Sacrifice (vv. 57, 58). all people! The world is a wheel, and it
breath, your stomach is probably "cry- is still trying to keep in The 'writer dislikes to'use the will all come round right-Dis-
ing the blues" because bowels don'tmove.
It calls for Laxative your Senna to pull power the man they secretly backed I word "sacrifice" in connection with More Tips for Ye Ed.: raeli.

the trigger on those lazy bowels, com- during the Spanish. civil war. our life and service for Christ, for I Talk here Nathan Straus seeking

bined with good old Syrup Pepsin to in reality we sacrifice nothing whichis chance at NY governorship .
make your laxative more agreeable and CRACK IN THE SOUTH not than (read HANDY Kcme ll4e
more replaced t
easier to take. For years many Doctors Check with him regarding Bronx JARS
have used The Solid South was cracked in Matt. 19:29). But at the same timeit 5*
,- pepsin compounds, as agree- hand bill matter. All I know on it
" able carriers to make other medicines the recent election, but not by a is true that God does call upon us Bases promoted for U. S. in MOROLIINE! AND
r' more palatable when your "taster" feels Republican. It was the work of a as Christians to hold nothing dearer IOt
Rio Platte practically set, despite
r So
easily upset. be sure your laxative
contains Nashville, Tenn., Democrat, in the than our devotion to Him.
f Syrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr. denials Lawrence Langner,
';: Caldwell's Laxative Senna, combined only hard-fought congressional bat- Following Christ is more than Broadway producer, excited about Doubt First
'l with Syrup Pepsin. See how wonderfully tle in the entire South. singing glibly or carelessly, "I'll go
his defense job here-doesn't miss
" its herb Laxative Senna wakes up lazy To believe with certainty we
1'1' nerves and muscles in your intestines, to Hero of the saga was J. Percy where you want me to go, dear white lights at all Nelson Rocke- must begin with doubting.-Stan
bring welcome relief from constipation. Priest, crack newsman of the Nash Lord." The one who starts out with feller very popular with mob, say islaus.
r And see how its Syrup Pepsin makes Dr. ville Tennessean, who, running as an I Him is to count the cost (Luke 14: he's doing swell job putting in "the V

f," Caldwell's to a medicine touchy gullet.so smooth Even and finicky agreeable Independent, unseated two term I 28-33). He must expect the same un-official fix" Talk persists

r children love the taste of this pleasant Rep. Joseph W. Byrns Jr., son of i treatment as Christ (II Tim. 3:12) Frank Murphy would be happier at A. VEGETABLE
-' family laxative. Buy Dr. Caldwell's Laxative the late speaker of the house of and be willing to take it gladly (John Dep't of Justice-not enough actionon

r Senna at your druggist's today. representatives.Priest I 15:20; I Pet. 2:21). We ought to
! Try one laxative that won't bring on ; bench c. Big new job being angled Laxative
violent distaste, even when you take itIi defeated Byrns although I make this plain to professed believers. by almost! everybody for chiefof of
< after a full meal. the district hadn't elected anyone Tell young people the truth propaganda post similar to one For Headache,
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but a regular Democrat since the and you will see that they are readyto Creel had last war. Lowell Mellett Biliousness,

Human Pity Civil war, and although he committed respond to it. They are willingto leading field Check if Capone lTcMep and Dizziness
the faux pas of failing to regis-I give themselves sacrifically for ,
More helpful than all wisdomis still at Mayo Brothers. Went many when caused byConstipation.
ter so he could vote. causes of this earth-why not for :
week* trouble.
one draught of simple human ago-same : I .
Priest, however, had other strong Christ?
:, pity that will not forsake US.- 15 doses form
advantages his side. For
on many :
Eliot. V. Devotion (vv. 59-62).
George years he has been his paper's "good It has been said that Christ is Ambassador Kennedy interviewon only 10 cents

will" reporter, attending barbecues, either Lord of all or He is not Lordat ( persuading Lindbergh to tell

fairs, graduations and civic gather- all. Even the demands which Chamberlain what he knewwhichled 1

SLIOSEPIWORD'S ings. Practically everybody in the love may present on behalf of our to Munich pact) given me by

district knows "Perce" Priest per- aged father must not be permittedto Kennedy in Florida January, 1939.

sonally. Also, Byrns, first elected as stand between the Lord and His Every word okayed by him-we,
LARGEST SELLER ATLO a New Dealer had chalked up a disciple. I didn't use any of "off-record" stuff

near perfect anti-Roosevelt record. Christianity is considerate and Dr. Frank Nolan in attendance
Priest also made much of the fact courteous, and our Lord is not here Helen Morgan illness on Coast-"the

that Byrns' speech against the draft suggesting any neglect of the dutiesor heart" .' Did Seymour Weiss sen-

\ bill had won thunderous applause amenities of life. The point is tence ((30 months) break? Jesse "All the Traffic

from the Republicans. Nashville rather that; the Lord must have first, Lasky depressed over critical response -

generally is strong for national defense place whatever else may call for to "Quiet Please," says audience -

and FDR. So while Byrnswon second thought.The howl at it. Wants me see it Would Bear"m

SPECIAL I renomination, he found a real blight on,the life and serviceof and tell whether it has chance. If

fight on his hands when Priest threw most Christians is that almost not will close pronto. Why don't you

, his,hat into the ring as an Independent. anything and everything else is allowed cover it-you might save him some

BARGAINSWHEN to take first place and the Lord dough-or all those jobs At There was a time in America

Byrns sent out a frantic SOS to must be satisfied with second or least five men,expected to be FDR's I when there were no set prices.
house colleagues and Rep. Sam third place. Sometimes one won- running mate. Rob't H. Jackson and I
you see the specials of Hobbs dashed up from Alabama to ders if He is given any real placeat Wm. O. Douglas were_two. So when Each merchant charged what

our merchants announced stump for him. But if was no go. all in some lives. Inner Circlers ask each other: "Whydo he thought "the traffic would i

i' in the columns of this paper Byrns was defeated in the only Dem- No one who puts his hand to, the you think the boss picked Henry bear." came
Advertising to
you can depend on them. They ocratic upset in the entire South. plough in God's Kingdom and then Wallace?" reply is supposed to be:

'i mean bargains for you. Note Priest's constituency is wants to defer following through un- ."You mean to say you never saw the the rescue of the 'consumer.It .

O They are offered by merchants known as the "Hermitage district til a more convenient season, or whrj pictures in the papers of him jug- led the way to the estab-
because it was the home of President wants to fo back to "bid farewell"to gling those boomerangs?" In
' who are not afraid to announce Andrew Jackson, patron saintof someone who for the moment is short, Henry Wallace was the boom- lished prices you pay, when

! their prices or, the quality the Democratic, party. The new more important than the Lord, is fit erang thrower who didn't. boomerangon you buy anything today.
, '
of the merchandise they offer. congressman is 40 years old and for His service. The way ,of joy, ,and the President!
f unmarried.- 'I usefulness is the way of full and

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f i .THE CHEERFUL CHERUB Thespians Build Their Own Passenger Was Bit Hasty

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f I take my meals Theater in Redwood ForestHaving "Conductor," demanded the im

restaurants.My perious-looking woman, as she
' paused. the platform of a'
purse }has I crowded streetcar, "I told you to .
i so small graduated from the ,Pasadena Community School of the let me off at Rasput avenue!" I"But" I

I I. barely have Theater, eight young, enthusiastic Thespians decided that wherever began the conductor. I I"Don't
people congregated a theater could be built, with reasonable hope of make excuses. I know .,
j for tips about your not being able to
success. So they went to Garberville, California, a thriving communityin remember -
II I I !' I just cant the heart of the giant redwood forests, which attracts visitors fromall I've heard where that everybody before!" gets off.

:! 6'p/.t/ e ta.t : parts of the icorld. Here they built the "Redwood Playbox"thefirst "But-"
>-I I d l\! of a series of stepping stones to stage or screen fame. At the end "You may be sure," interruptedthe
I r4'o f their first "season" the Red- woman, "I shall report you!"
I wood Playbox group have their She alighted, and the car started -

i 0i own theater, sets and costumesall again.
I A .) ti a The conductor touched His cap
paid for and a profit of
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: isn't $100 in the bank.
left behind: "Sorry but
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stores, restaurants and on nearby
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during their sparse time. It seats 75 people comfortably-that is, as '
Creomulsion relieves comfortably as wooden benches can seat them. The players made their selling cigarettes tes f.
cause it goes right to the .n
I trouble to help loosen own stage sets, sewed their own costumes and built their own technical tedless than any of '
germ laden phlegm, and aid equipment, consisting of tin can spot and border lights; a spaghettibox ..
... flamed to soothe bronchial and heal mucous raw, en- and a lot of ordinary house wire became a switchboard. -accordingtoinde.. .-

branes.Tell your druggist to -
a bottle of Creomulsionwith Left-Interior of Redwood Play- pendent scientific tests
derstanding you must like ..,
box The
dressing, room. opening
quickly allays the cough or
to have your money back. and play teas "Mr. and Mrs. Phipps," -of -the smoke -itself.
by John Hamilton. It ran for

for Coughs,Chest Colds, % t4r)41 seven days, and was'held over' by
the popular request for 12 days more.
Among the plays given this yearivcre"Molehiir
Work Is Noble : n and"The Locked
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due to clogged-up bowels, do
do-take Feen-A-Mint at
morning-thorough, the
helping you start the day full ,
.normal energy and pep, the
million! Feen-A-Mint '
your night's rest or interfere with ally
next day. Try Feen-A-Mint,
gum laxative,yourself.It tastes +tx
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Whether you're Spencer Tracy, Governor J
or remodeling a room Culbert L. Olson
follow the advertisements. of California, ex-Pres
what's new..and -
ident Hoover and
better. And the place to ,
this about new things Its is many others of promi The Ads Guide You on
newspaper. have been
nence guestsat
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PAGE FOUR THE) CLEWI8TON NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1040

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i fisherman backed off the boards. the fresh trail of a venison steak
The Clewiston News f '.... ......... I
Well, we started from LaBelle and you stand ankle deep in muck
THE AD
I journeyed south through Im- with gnats exploring your eyes, I READ $ ,

Published every Friday In Clewlston, Too until we reached a loca- ears, nose and throat like they were | Along With the News

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS about five miles north of the specialists. Then from afar you I ,,....

Inc. Trail and seven or eight hear "yelp, yelp, yelp", and you .J/I

(..:..:..:..:..:. east of the Immokalee road. are 'as .alert as a Minute Man at
KEATHLEY BOWDEN, Editor reach It you have to travel about Concord Bridge. Ten minutes, CHRISTMAS SEALS

I miles in what is known as a thirty minutes you wait, your

Entered as second class mall matter ever buggy"-a kind of cross nerves tense-and nothing ,happens.A .
February 1, 1927, at the Post Office in a tractor, tank and jaloppy. couple of hours later a guide
Clewiston, Florida, under the Act of darn thing runs like a com- comes back and "no luck"
March 3, 1897.Subscription says ,
you steam roller and concrete so you walk back to' camp and at-

a great and jars everything from tend the blister on your heel. 1
flute ?2.00 Per Year., you back teeth to heels.
your
weak This goes on day after day. Some-
Rates On Application. Now and then you get stuck in ww
Advertising
a yen times you get a turkey or a squirrel,
and it's'all hands out in
swamp but chance to land deer
your a is 0
In a mud and chop down trees
Devoted to tho advancement and welfare of you mighty slim, considering the fact 0
of Clowiston and Hendry County. some build a road on which you that the state's paid hunters have
talk me the lumbering juggernaut
up killed about 3,000 in this area. Butif
deer continue the journey.
you want to TRY, the state demands -
We hope you had a nice Thanks tion. Finally reach the so-called
you five bucks, whether you get ''
beautiful -
giving-both times.In lot of fun
and have a un any or not.
Nature
all the baggage, puttin'
the event you're flush with blonde the tents.and mosquito bars,
They U. S. CASUALTY LIST
money, auto tags go on sale next for water and choppin'

Monday. And, if it helps any, they're open, Just to be helpful, Mother
very pretty this year. I where ) i iI who turns out to be an old Europe's bloody slaughter. with
I pipe tanks and planes appalls a lot of
trips on jagged protrud-
you
tobacco rocks slashes with Americans who still seem blindedto Help to Protect Your
Texas defeated the Texas Aggies. you saw
ful scent the fact that with our own
The were strong contendersfor and scrub palmetto. Home
Aggies from Tuberculosis
They peacetime mechanized forces we
a Bowl bid. Florida plays Mosquitoes sandflies and red-
hunt, do a first class job of wholesale
Texas next Saturday. If Florida greet you as a welcoming com-

should winHendry -. with and the dampness of ever- killing, even when judged by dictators' ....................................
you night settles down on you standards.For '
as a the first nine months of RUMFORD RIDDLES f
feel like between
county's first draftee is you a cross
king this the nation's traffic death
wet and over-worked year .
chosen. If he passes his physical examination sponge an
It toll was 23,830, seven per cent *- What kind of books
Julius Moon will enter ,
.J
'. I fell for Crawling beneath your pup tent, higher than during the corresponding does Mrs. I
Camp Blanding next Friday for his : Baker buy? tl'
period of 1939. .
year's service in the army under the 'or drape your mosquito bar about .'.1'.1-.... ", ,,
selective service act. say lock u and await sweet: slumber, but That seven per cent may not ; i=l : 'J
how, I and weird night noises keep look impressive in cold type, but --;

bound awake. The wind rustles a ; it represents the lives of 1,500.
The annual Thanksgiving dinner boots, palmetto and you imagine : men, women and children, all.of

enjoyed by the Boca Grande and quito is a rattlesnake on the prowl; I I whom might be alive today but

Clewiston teams after their game lot of just about doze off and a crazy I I for the failure of someone to

each year is a great encouragementto I've screeches overhead. The I observe the elemental rules of high-

better sportsmanship and fair men I woodsmen in your party go way safety. i
I
It is custom which might ii
play. a
junk i sleep_ the minute they hit the Unless there is a last-ditch stand i
well be followed in a number of
starting and entertain you with a I against death on our highways,
other towns. but I'm of snores that make a this year will amass the worst

orchestra sound like a record of fatalities in history. Andit
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:; loss. will take the combined efforts SHE RUMFORD buys Baking cookbooks Powder by the ihe carload con vie any since recipe with

for Then comes the dawn--but even of every" public official, driver and she chooses the amount of baking powd.rcoled
named ; the first crack of, it : for it the right amount use of RUMFORD.
you are pedestrian to prevent such a tragic
RAMBLINGS Send for
FREE recipe book. Address. Rumford
hospital out of bed and half awake record being established-St. Peters- Bejkmg! Powder, Box B, Rumford,Rhode Island.

By B. B.. are s grab a towel and start -for the berg Times. ....................................
only to suddenly realize

....................................... .... .. The there ain't no bathroom. Tak- r
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your turn at the wash basin, ..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :
and this dab a bit of ice water here and
Now that we've all had our
the last
and answer the breakfast call,
: Thanksgiving turkey we can turn
while it is still dark you set B-OWL.
i
our whole-hearted attention to .
to be in the wake of the guide in
: Christmas. News reports from I
are that
of the elusive deer.
market prognosticators state that this year After walkin' anywhere from two FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKEAT
; Santa will bring one of his heaviest
the dry
ten miles you take 'your place
loads to the U. S. A. this Christmas. just ;
a '
what is known as a "stand",
Shopping is expected to be very went on one by one the members of ALLEYSA
A. and B. BOWLING
heavy, and business to be good.In .
party are given locations along

that case, clerks- can be gettingon ably Association'a edge of a swamp while the FREE IE--"Tith each gent's score of 200 or better
their toes, for a mighty rushing he can with the dogs goes farther I
business is ahead of them.- We stand in to round up the deer. You Ladies' 150 or better and in duck pins a score of 100 or better I

are all planning a big Christmasand he did for the baying of the hounds, I

will do our share of the xshop- he says is .... ..N.. ....N .... ..N:N:..:..:N:M:N:N:N:..:.
that N N:N: :
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ping-perhaps more than 'usual. ing, of

But on December first, it has been two "r:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-i
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years since there's been a groupof j ing : :..:NN:..:N:M:NNNNN, :NN, :NN, :.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNNN, :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:N:.:NNNNNN, :..:N:NNN, : : : :7-
people as unprepared for Christ- Ay

mas, as we seem to be. Those of tions, Ay
Ayi
us who usually had things planned, from .

bought and made months ahead, of trouble :i:=!: :;::;:

Christmas (and there are some They ENJOY AN .s.'s'
..
who do) are going to be in the who had 's'
I ,... Ay
_merry rush at the last, right with the + ::
the best. of us. :::;: :, : :i: ;
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Seminole .... ,:.-;. '.,'. ALL ELECTRICi :. ...s.

We hope that you have already in their ")" I; ; ::
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slipped two crisp one dollar bills :::;: : L'. ..
'.. .S.'s'
4 into that bright yellow envelope And ..,' : '"
I that came along with the sheets of now *i .I. 0.: .: IcDI'v4llE : ';': >t.: .- :.s.;::;:

,1 Christmas seals this year, and mail- ( .!..'s'.s'hY
ed the money to your. chairman, r. ; "

,: Deane Duff. It's one of the first you are !!11 II' .Ay..'J.
things to do in getting ready for in my :.
I
! Christmas, and there should be one nuts,
?
I on each letter and package you salt, ; ::: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that :;

mail over.from now Should until you the need holidaysare an ham jelly,, = : takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the =;:::

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that forms given for the seals, which :;::;: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of. toast, or A:;::;:

part of the national fight
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tuberculosis association works with is :::;:
the national association and with = :* your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY

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: ;I ,; .. ]I Bob and Dan Beardsley, Bob and ings) Last year I went 100 per with them. The purpose of this I Maynard, Carolyn Robinson, Billy
i! : I Dick Patterson and Coburn Moore, cent wrong on all my hunches. I feast was to give thanks to God Haynie, David Golden, Shirley
I all students at the University of i alibied that they were all upsets. for the many blessings they had Kruger were all Indians who came
JI1'O r L PersonalsMrs. J Florida in Gainesville, are spendingthe I It DID upset me). enjoyed and to express appreciation. to help the Pilgrims plant their
- Thanksgiving holidays at their This was our first Thanks- grain.
Stewart'of La- TENTH GRADE NEWSIf '
I homes here. Dave giving. Margaret Roberts, Jack Martinez
: Belle also accompanied the groupas people were things: ,.. The last scene shows a girl' of Grace Ward, Margie Allen, Harold
:,I : T. B. Shelley of Miami was far as his home. Paul would be a football. modern times telling of Thanks- Cannon, Joan Crouch, Mary Louise

a visitor in Clewiston this week: I I Dick, would be a V-8. giving today.At Thomas, Louise Prewitt, Sam
; ..--- Mrs. F. Deane Duff entertainedwith Har.old: would be a stick of gum. the very; : last of the programall Young, Bobby Maynard Junior
luncheon at the Inn Tues- Imogene would be Mrs. Redish. Martinez, Charles Benbow
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly spent a of the cast is on stage and the were
Friday in West Palm Beach. day complimenting Mrs. W. F. Gloria would be an orchid. Glee Club sang "Come Ye Thankful sixth grade pupils who'did an
Simpson who is soon moving from Laura would be a nut. People". English, folk. dance.
I
Clew ton. Guests were Mrs. J. Dick would be a pig. .
All of the Priscilla
i scenes were beautiful was played by Sally
:: Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Flowers of W. Ezelle, Mrs. J. F. Curry, Mrs Sonny would be a stooge. with the pilgrim costumes and Graham, John Alden by Gene Mills
Fort Myers were visitors here Sunday H. C. Kolstad, Mrs. Leah Spicer, I Isabelle would be a movie star. colorful harvest time stage settings. and Capt. Miles Standish by Gilbert
Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. W. C. Jeannie would be a cow-puncher. The play was beautifully directed McLoud.

Owen, Mrs. C. L. Downs and Mrs. Janice would be a 'shorthand and acted and provided entertain- I Betty McDuffie, Ester Brewer. :
Mrs. F. A. Flanders of Moore
teacher.
K. Bowden. ment for many townspeople and Gladys Davidson, Joan Brown and
Haven was a visitor here Tues Jimmy would be, a quarter. school children.
Betty Stough were seventh and
,I'I ... day. I Mrs. J.' W. Moore's home was Elbert would a medicine kit. The cast was as follows: eighth grade girls who took part in
I. be "the
would
David thatwasn't
man
,11 I J the scene of a family reunion I The entire first grade sang a the planting scene.
Mrs. Ruth B. Owen spent Thanks- I Thanksgiving Day. Mr. and Mrs. 1 here". / I Thanksgiving song. Eleanor Von The readers were: i
giving Day with relatives:in Okee-: J. Willis Moore of Ocala and Co- Bernard would be a freckle. Mach, Joyce Turner, and Rachel Julia 'Oglesby-Main Reader.

chobee. burn Moore, who is a senior. at Miner from the second grade dida Beulah Guthrie-English Reader.
1 --'-- the University of Florida, came' We seniors are really in a predicament turkey dance and sang a song ofa Gloria McDuffie-IndIan Reader.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Simpson down for the week-end joining We each want different turkey. Lionel Beatty, Bobby The American boy was' Lynwood
I were guests of friends in' Moore their sisters, Misses Mary and rings but still we feel that we Berner, Kay Bowden, Richard I Dixon.
Haven ,yesterday. Florine Moore and Mrs. John Kettl, should adopt a uniform ring. All Knight, Gene Land, Norwood Nor- The American girl was Barbara
and their grandfather, P. C. Co- the salesmen' have shown us their ton, Donald Pratt, Bobby Smith, Broadfoot.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Chinn of burn. wares and we have decided about Harry Vaughn, John Williams, I All the members of the Glee '

Fort Myers were visitors in Clew- __ invitations and caps and gowns but Shirley Benbow, Vivian Croy, Sue Club san the closing song. I
we can't ,quite make up our minds Holland, Maureen Johnson, Ann ......
iston Thursday. Paul E. Raymond, dean of law about the 'rings. We have quibbledand Prewitt, Ann Slonaker, and Juanita
at Stetson University, John Conn, but we haven't
even argued Turner were all members of the
Miss Evelyn Bell spent the holi- also of DeLand and their families MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL
gotten very far. Anyway it is a third grade who did an English
ARCHITECTURAL
day week-end in Arcadia with her arrived Thursday in Clewiston ina thrill of a lifetime to be pickingout folk dance. DESIGNS
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Bell. camp trailer to enjoy a day or our senior rings. Nadine Andrews, Corrine Von Maps Estimates

two of fishing and visiting the lake I Mach, ETbirley Owen, Gladys Jack- JOHN H. DOTY
''i j Mr. and Mrs. W.. M. Martin spent area. Mr. Raymond is an active A colorful Thanksgiving pageant son, Billy Arnette, Christine t: spen- Engineering Consultant I

Thanksgiving Day in Stuart with Kiwanian, now a lieutenantgovernor was presented Wednesday afternoonby laub, Charles Miner, Jack Davis, Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla. .-
relatives. of his district and was speaker the pupils. of Clewiston school. Robert "Wiandt Robert Charley, ,
at a Ladies' Night meeting of The pageant was under the direction Alfred Dodge and Bobby Hanna #
Miss Alice Steinholtz is spend- the local club a few months ago. of Mrs. Oliver, sixth grade were fourth grade pupils who also i

ing Thanksgiving ,week-end with teacher. It was the history of did an English folk _dance.
her parents in' Daytona Beach.Mr. P.-T.A. SPEAKER IN LABELLE_ Thanksgiving and of Thanksgiving : Kathryn Dyess, Doris Strickland, CLEWISTON
customs. Pupils from each grade Carline TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP
-. ----- FOR TRI-COUNTY MEET Berner, Jane Sharp, Mary
took part in'the program. The Bussell, Betty Emerich, Bub Mills,
C and Mrs., Foy Durrence were Anything in Plumbing Fixtures ,,
business visitors in West Palm monologue was read while the Joe Phillips, Dick Schiffli, Billy I
Prompt, Efficient Service
Mrs. R. P., R. Robin, regional characters
the acted silently.
stage
Beach afternoon.Mr. on -
Saturday: director of P.-T.A. work will ad- .
PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr.
dress a meeting of the P-TA groups The first scene was a Thanks- FOR SALE-Underwood .
and Mrs. W. .H. Lanier and Glades and Charlotte'counties typewriter.Also .
from Hendry, giving in England with folk danceson metal daybed. Reasonably
Wilson
v; Mr. and Mrs. R. C. were be in
in meeting to held
Thanksgiving Day visitors in Miami.Mr. a the green. This scene showed priced. Mrs. R. N.. Childress, block
j J. M. COUSECounselor
the LaBelle High School auditoriumat
how the celebrated
English people east of Clewiston Inn or write care
and Mrs. W. E. Bolton were 8 o'clock. x Thanksgiving after their harvestwas of U. S. Engineer office. 1 tp. and Attorney at Law
Mrs. Parvin, a past state president over. Hopkins Building
Sunday visitors in West Palm.
Beach. of P-TA, will accompany Mrs. The second scene showed the Wednesdays and Saturdays!

I I ....-- Robin. on her trip from Tampa, pilgrims boarding the Mayflower, FOR RENT..-Small furnished apart- 0:80 to 4:00Johnson's
i J. E. Beardsley and J. H. Doty and will also speak at the .meet- and saying goodbye to their English ment. F. 'L. Williamson. Clewis-

were business visitors: in Fort Myers ing.As j I friends before they set sail for ton-Arcade Ave. I!
many members of the organi- foreign lands.
\\i Wednesday. zation as possible 'are urged to The next scene showed the pil-

II Mr. and Mrs. Glen Etherton spent attend this meeting. grims in a church, and told of LOST.Vacuum tube Life-Time Fish CampNear

6r Thanksgiving day with 'Mr. and their religious customs. Schaeffer fountain pen. Return to ( Hurricane Gate)
After this next A. W. Slag, Postmaster.FOR .
scene we see
Mrs. Harvey Etherton in Moore CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR
Clewiston Fla.
them. in the field planting grain. ,
Haven. ELECTS NEW OFFICERS Boats and l\Iotors-Guide Service
We also see Priscilla being woed
by both John Alden and Miles SALE-One house trailer, Rates Reasonable
.1
; Mr. and Mrs. Judson Francis and ..
i: I' 'baby, Mary Catherine Canal The Christian Endeavor, at the Standish, and accepting John Alden. complete. Can be seen at'G lt W. H.-Johnson, Mgr. :'
i( Point, spent Thanksgiving Day; here weekly meeting Monday night at The Indians arrive next to signa Service Station.. J.. L. Cooper. 'I
: with Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Ward. the Community Church, electednew treaty of peace and to give helpto 'I111111I1I11I1IIIII
t officers for the coming year as their white brothers.

Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Thomas and follows: After the successful harvest and all ifl I lllImllllllllllljllllllllllllllllll'"IIIIII li! '" lift llIlillIIIllmlllllilllmllllllllllllllmlllmllllilmmllImmllm' fl !! [!! llll! ''IIIIIIII llllIlIillllm! 1mlll! iIV'fl' llIlfilrlrljmllllil![ Ii 'lIillIlIlI l l 1I i :
Mary Louise Thomas spent Thanks- Miss Betty Spicer, president. the pilgrims gathered together
invited the Indians to share feastREPAIR
a
giving Day with Mr. ,Thomas' pa- Jimmy Holland, secretarytreasurer. -
rents in Safety Harbor. MAKE PLANS TO ARRANGE A

Frank Conkling, chaplain. ,t
Mr.; and Mrs. Charles E. Smith .
and 'Peggy and Charles, jr. of Avon The Thanksgiving program for DISPLAY .:. -
the meeting was arranged and con- "
Park spent Thanksgiving here with
ducted by Miss Florence Graham.
Mr. and ,Mrs. E. E. Kelly.

.. AT
Miss Martha Nell Alston, a stu- NOW I 'jo.i'/,
dent at Barry College for Women, tbOOl jeW5 '. :.
i Miami, spent the week-end herewith ( CLEWISTON'S SECOND ANNUAL
I, her parents, Mr., and Mrs. ..- -
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FOOTBALL 1f f --", : : : ,,1PrMfuftk I
.
Dave Alston. I
----- By DICK OWEN FESTIVAL and FAIR
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Reid of Well, our football season has
Live Oak are spending the Thanks- come to a close and so has the
giving week-end with Mrs. Reid's football season the nation over. The HEREDecelDber
sister, Mrs. J. F. Curry and Mr. crisp, Indian summer months of

Curry. October and November see many a

team fall and few who shoot on 9th 14th
K Mrs. George King left Sunday to an undefeated season and a to
6 for her home in Bradenton after coveted Bowl bid. And, as all

visiting for two weeks with Mrs. sportswriters, I'm going to attempt O Does your home need AND MAKE THIS FESTIVAL ONE OF :
W. G. Mathis. Mr. King drove to
I to predict who's going where and repairs? Are you putting I
Clewiston for her. who will win. I off needed improvement

I I Take the Rose ,Bowl first, most because you haven't the INTEREST TO EVERYONE -
Miss Mary Louise Zander of colorful and sought-after invita cash? If you are, come in
I Canal Point spent the week-end tion. The Rose Bowl will see and see us and we will
here with Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Stanford fall to Texas A. and M. show you the simple and ..ilWlI"lIimmllljIWlIIl/lllllllllllllillllllllllllil"IIlIil!I" ll I I (III I li i II 6"II!!li Ifl ljlllllllllllililllIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'I II! fll!! i! 1 I !fl I' 1I1II11)lm I) lIIIllWllillllliliIWlilmllmllllljliiillljIIWIIIIIIII: i l'' i il UI fliili;1Ii1li1IIIII11IilllimmllllllIIIIJliimlllllilllllllmmllllll f iii! i f I!fl i!! i Ifl if i ili'i'

Arey. Mr. Arey's parents, Mr. and after an early' lead. (Aggies 16, most convenient ABC
I Mrs. W. J. Arey, sr. of Orlando, Stanford 9)).
were also their guests Sunday. I ,New Orleans and the Sugar Bowl Monthly which makes Payment it possible Plan to .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:;.:..:..:..:..:..:.:"i'

will play host to Tennessee and I pay for home repairs out of :;: :i:
Miss Edythe Nell Cornette is Boston College. It will be a '
the income. _i Owner Says.... =::
spending week-end here with struggling, unscoring game until a :: .
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. furious final last quarter which will 1. :S, '
t.) Cornette. Miss Edythe Nell is a find Tennessee on the long end of ::: -:-

student Lakeland.Mrs. at. Florida Southern College, the scoring, 14-7. i:?: S'ELL'! y y y

The Orange Bowl, which way :

interest us, although very uncertain, s .
.1, ''
C. T. Hurst, who has been will bid for the Mississippi State- I
., quite ill for the past two weeks, Alabama winner to play either Ford- BEST HIGHWAYFRONTAGE :;;%:

is spending some time in the Good ham (big name in the East) or :;: AVAILABLE IN CLEWISTON :;:
Samaritan Hospital in West Palm I Nebraska. For the last two years I I x
I
Beach, where she is receiving treat- a Big Six team has received ,the j O Terms remarkably .
I J 1 I and always t i
ment. invitation. Nebraska holds that I easy are arranged ,,
advantage. (Mississippi State 14- to suit your. convey .. ,*_. This property affords premier location :i:
nience.r
Wilbur McGehee, son of Mr. and Nebraska 12). 1.
_
I for and building for !::
Mrs. J. A. McGehee, was in the Georgetown, ranking higher' than BISHOP-WILSON\ \\ ::1: store apartment or ;

i football starting game line-up yesterday of the when St. that Leo Washington Fordham in if the the East Cotton, will topple Bowl USER COMPANY: .. f: ,the appreciable increase in value certain ==i=;

school played its annual Thanks- committee can arrage it. Or ;': < t .:: to accrue. !

giving Day game with the Pasco mighty Santa Clara, who will be R-181 '1' i }f
Pirates, of Dade City. considered. However, if S. M. U. i ii ;: 'J
is invited (and it stands chance } '
a ,
I, Mrs. W. T. Wheeless is visiting being a Texas team) it will ramble 1:i: J. E. Beardsley 3!: I IY
for several weeks with her over Georgetown or any other na- 0 ,
\ ter Mrs. 'James M.' Boyd daUgh-1 tional eleven who Is cotton-minded. _;: REAL ESTATE ::1: :

Myers Mrs. Boyd's husband, who I (Georgetown 6-Washington 0). X f ,i iY
I I is a.captain in the Reserve Officers The game of the day will be '
Training Corps, has been called to the Sugar Bowl tussle, and football :;: BETTY SPICER ART LAWRENCE X
6: Fort Benning for a year's active. fans know It. (P. S. Better just f +

we yiite. .- ," .Yorpe 'all my selections, and, met- -

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them? Look at their record.
Declaration of War
they robbed everyone they could i
their hands on?" she

biting off her words. "The Though the President of the

Indians-how haven't they United States may recommend a (

: plundered! Look at poor declaration of war, he cannot declare
Robbed of Texas. Now they try war. The U. S. Constitution -

lay hands on Mexican specifically gives congress
Heaven forbid! They will and congress alone power to de-

our people and ruin our clare war. Thus, while the Unit-
tion!" ed States entered the first World

"Ysabel! protested Don war upon the recommendation of

with dignity. "Spare us. You President Woodrow Wilson, it was

to forget the presence of our authorized to do so by congress.On .
CARMEN THE RANCHO ,Americano." April 4, 1917, two days after
Bowie raised his hand. I I Wilson's recommendation, the .

OF Don Ramon," he interposed senate, by a vote of,82 to 6, passed '
"if you refer by chance to me, I a resolution declaring a state of
not an American." A restrained existed
war between the United
By FRANK H. SPEARMAN Frank H. Spearman WNU Service growing emphasis marked his States and Germany. On April

CHAPTER XContinued11 to the ranch house. And Dona Ma- as he added, "I am a Tejano, 6 the house approved the senate

ria sent for him. citizen of the republic of war resolution by a vote of 370 y

"I welcome, the chance, senor, to "Oh, Senor Bowie," she began, something quite" different." to Pathfinder..
lay honorable words before "Carmen will not think of marriage.She "Different, snapped Tia
your
insists she is too I "but no better. A land of
Carmen and-I shall dare to say"Dona young. remind "
Maria spoke the words with her that her mother was mar- Texas! she exclaimed

gracious charm-"I trust the mat- ried younger than she. Where do ously. RATlli
their ideas? I Bowie was hard to ruffle- .
ter may have a happy ending. Car- girls nowadays get
"
men is going to Monterey tomorrowto can't understand it. But she seems wardly. "Rebels, if you will, PAIN WHERE IT HURTSGOOD
determined not to Believeme retorted evenly. "But at the
do shopping. She meansto marry.
some
ask you to take her. It will be dear Senor Bowie, I did my rebels against a vile OLDPRESCRIPTION GJ 6j') 60

best now to send Pedro with her. best, for both Don Ramon and I on Our Mexico Tejanos City should and have [ a(! I'm" 1)) .

So,. senor, for two or three days- hold you in high esteem. Her decision member
of the
patience!" was so hasty. I told her so. every ,
of his But she has grieved deeply over junta. I would except only ,
Bowie remained with some Ana. He shouldn't be Our Humility
vaqueros along the river nearly all the murder of her sweetheart, Senorde He should be torn to pieces by Humility is a means of prog-

that day. Then, to kill time throughthe Haro, at the hands of Ameri horses. I beg, Don Ramon, I ress. When we realize how little'WC
canos-she feels bitterly toward all
rancho supper hour, he rode may be excused," he added know we shall yearn and striveto
to Santa Clara and visited with Americanos. But give her a little
over know more; when we feel how
Padre Martinez, who, poor man, time, senor. Young girls change imperfect is our character, and
had trouble to face than his their minds so easily. Do not lose 1
more e not till then, we shall make ear
young visitor had-though it did courage. nest efforts after our improve
not so seem to Bowie. Try as the kindly Dona Maria wouldto ment.
soften the verdict, she saw how ,
"This government, exclaimedthe
bitter blow it to the Texan.
a was
padre.mildly, "they want to con-
10 Double Edgoor
fiScate-secularize, they call it-ev- He made no comment. But as he KENT BLADES 7 Singla Edge lUC

ery mission in California. What, rose, hat in hand, and in a few to Package, -

I Senor Bowie, becomes of my poor words thanked Dona Maria for her :-r

Indians?" kindness, she thought there was in lIe and I

Bowie.had little use for any Mex- his demeanor, despite his rough ; If a man should importune me

ican government. "It is too bad, garb, a silent dignity that would to give a reason why I loved my

Padre. But no honest man ever move any woman to the respect friend, I find it could not other-,.
came in contact with that bunch of from which affection must stem. wise be expressed than by the answer

grafters without getting robbed. I "Because he was he; be-
only wish it were in my power to CHAPTER 53 "- ,'. n o cause I was I.-Montaigne.

help you. But I am a foreigner-an
Americano, they call me. I insistI About a week later Carmen'sAunt
am a Tejano." Ysabel appeared at the rancho
for a visit. One evening just be- -
He supped with the padre and
fore dinner she, Carmen and Bowie '
rode home later. He escaped seeing
became involved in a rather sharp ,
Carmen in this way and next morn-
ing took his saddle very early, after conversation. Ysabel's sharp tongue
had pricked the Texan's sensibilities. ;
Pedro
giving particular instructionsfor
insuring the safety of his chargefor She said exactly what she

the trip to Monterey. In the end pleased and had positive opinions. -
Some of these Bowie disliked
Bowie told ,Pedro to take Sanchez but
made little effort to opposehismind
along with him.
was filled with other reflec
"But I can't find Sanchez said
,
tions. Once or twice indeed he r"Carmen -
,
,
.
Pedro. "He has been missing fora r -
did openly disagree with her.
day. His objections 'precipitated a live- .bii.'r
will not think of
"Missing? What do ?
you mean
ly discussion between the two. Once, marriage'
Pedro could offer. no explanation."He .
when this seemed to threaten the ,
rode into the hills yesterday peace of the trio, Carmen intervenedon "I have orders to give for the 3 ."

morning. He has not returned." Bowie's side. This resulted in a up tomorrow."

"No matter," said Bowie. "Takeone pointed reprimand from Tia Ysabel, His withdrawal left Dona -

of the other boys. The Seno- who objected to a callow girl's ex- somewhat nonplused. But her -

rita must be carefully escorted." pressing views on any subject. sourcefulness did not desert

Of what had taken place at Guad- Both Carmen and Bowie laughedthis "Certainly," she observed

alupe the day before, Bowie knew off. He noticed how pleasantit rially, "the young Tejano

nothing, though its events concerned. was to be laughing with her- spirit." -
him vitally. then he hardened his heart. 'Car- "You have hurt him, ry

Carmen was caught wholly by I men, too, found something agree- remonstrated Don Ramon. ,
surprise. She listened carefully, but able in siding with her rejected "Hurt him," echoed his ,. \

her cheeks mantled and her eyes suitor. After all-it was just a "No more than he has hurt me.

revealed that she was startled. She thought-perhaps she had decided is positively abusive. He ,

caught her breath imperceptibly.For rather quickly. does not need anyone to salve .

a moment she could not speak. Following dinner, the embers of wounds. I should say he is

"Of course, dearest, it is a sur- the fires of the conversation- flamedin able to take care of himself!"

prise," continued her mother. the living room. After mild efforts A fortnight later, with a good .

"Though not perhaps as great a one on the part of the peaceablehost of the tallow and hides ,,
to us as it is to you." and hostess to check the heatof and normal days resumed at

As her first surprise died away Auntie, they gave up, and Tia lupe, Bowie spoke to Don I
Carmen's expression grew Ysabel held forth. in the office. "I've wanted for <
grave.
FIRESIDE
, "You no doubt will want time to "Senor Bowie and I were talking time to take a trip up to ; ,,/r1I,

think this over, my child," her about Mexico and Texas this after- Fort. I have some old friends' ); rT WARMTH
mother went on. "Sleep over it noon," said Ysabel to Don Ramon. there. I met a couple of

tonight." "I hope you agreed on everything once at Yerba Buena, and I ,. With a NESCO Circulating ,
," responded her brother ised before I came to 0 '4a.
"Oh, my Mother, exclaimed Car Kerosene Heater
peacefully. to pay them a visit.
men, "that is not necessary.
"If said "Of course senor-whenever NESCO'S new Portable Circulating -
"Not necessary? Is your mind so you 'disagreed, Senor .
soon made ?" Bowie and I could agree on one like and stay as long as you Heaters provide dean,
up ,
at least. He is Though shall be moist heat WHEREVER AND
The girl's face set in a fixed re point a very courteous we very glad,
solve. "What Senor Bowie asks is I antagonist, and I admire his deed, to welcome you back." WHENEVER DESIRED.
'
quite impossible, Mother dear. I sincerity. But I tell him-he is so "My stay will be indefinite, These attractive Cabinet and
kerosenethe
will never under any circumstancesmarry [ much younger than I-that he has Ramon. I do not plan to Round Heaters and use easily-
cheapest most
some things to learn. This republicof back.
an Americano. I do not wishto obtained fuel. They have no
wound him Texas, do you know what is behind "Not come back!" )
unnecessarily. Sayto flue connections and
him that Carmen has it all, Don Ramon?" Bowie shuffled a bit; there unsightly
no thoughtof require no installation and serv- .
"No, and to tell the truth, dear tone of amazement and reproach
marriage; that she thanks him icing costs. They deliver 100%
sister, I am not vitally interested to Don ,Ramon's words that made
for his offer; that she feels honored heat from the fuel consumed.
by it, but as to marriage-no." know. hard for him to proceed. Attractive, scientifically
"But you should be!I" bristled Tia "Not, at least, for the
She louvres
spoke rapidly and as if determined designed
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Ysabel. "
"I have been told
that that ,Don Ramon. 0
distribute
to brook no discussion, yet ciently
her mother, who perhaps uncon- republic has even sent emissaries to Don Ramon pleaded, but heat. Models with
sciously inclined toward the bronzed California to suggest that we join effect. He sought his wife in reflector arc project effij

frontiersman, persisted. the insurrectos. Can you imagine?" sternation. Dona Maria listened cheery action of

"Far be it from me, dearest, to I Bowie, who had lighted a cigarette explained all before Don Ramon flame into the
seek to influence gazed innocently and thought- done. "It is Carmen," she similar to a fireplace.
your decisionyetthe fully into the fire. "What's behind nodding regretfully. "No man- .
ground of it does surprise me. There are twolve(12)NESCO Kerosono
that I
Texas rebellion
is
this, con- of all, a man like Senor Bowiecould la horn $5.50
Such unions not infrequently Heaters ranging price
occur
tinued the fast-tongued spinster. "A sit at the table day after and up. Seo them at your dealor.
among us. junta of proslavery American poli- with a senorita he loved, after ,
"Perhaps it is so", and perhaps ticians cooked up a scheme to set had refused him, Ramon. ,
they turn out well admitted Car-
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up a slavery empire in the South, couldn't expect it. It is too bad
men. "But with my feelings against taking in Texas and Cuba, mind you, us. But you argue with, him
them
as brutal interlopers their
; and splitting away from the United vain."
cold-blooded murder of the only manI States. Spanish laws are so old The final words somehow or l
would have married had he lived-
fashioned and degrading that they held themselves back until -
Wherever and When-
Oh these
people are intolerable! HAT
forbid human slavery: hence these halted at the door, ready to ever You Want It!
Though I have
nothing
personally high-minded Texas patriots struckoff away. Don Ramon with cordial
against Senor Bowie, yet he, too, is the base shackles of Mexico and testations had said good-by;
brutal. I saw it the other day wherehe Ipl 3 4 .
Spanish law
so they could have a Maria came out on the porch
would have dragged that drunken
nice little slavery empire of their down the steps toward Bowie.
Fremont marauder to death. own I Well, Senor Bowie knew noth- slipped instantly from his

Dona Maria perceived it was use- ing of all this, but it is the truth. and stood before her, hat in hand. r.

less to argue. "As you will, Car- His heroes have clay feet." '"I know why you go, senor,"
dear. It is
men your future and you Bowie sat unmoved. "Most heroes Maria said simply.c"I regret
are well able to decide the ques- have he said
calmly. "Dona more than I am saying. ) ;
"
tion. Kiss me good night. Ysabel states the Mexican
side well; you go you will have 'warm
In the morning Bowie was in the but it is only one side. The Ameri- at Guadalupe, interested in ,

saddle early. Carmen was on her cans ,could say something too." welfare. And prayers will go '
way to Monterey when he got back "But would anybody believe here a long time for your




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shelves.from SEWING Book! Of .i I
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need at the moment was, "some-
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beauty to her home or THERE'S' Y'. HIM! I Christmas."
: makes a lovely gift-she crochets YES Here is my suggestion. An ador- ;
these squares in easy puff stitch YOUR ANY NEW TRICKS, able set of three corner shelves
and double crochet and soon has DOG er SINCE I WAS ;; made of a 'lid from a tin candy

enough to join into this rich af- HERE box, one from a cracker can, and .
ghan. Y a coffee can put together with
*, LASTeooi wire, spools and two beads. These -
Pattern No. 2634 contains directions for shelves were painted cherry red
afghan; illustrations of it and stitches; "ja
and hung up with a brass hook .
color schemes; photograph of, square; ;
materials required. Send order to: i to hold salt and pepper shakers,

1 vinegar cruet, and other thingsfor
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82 Eighth Ave. New York I maker will think of a dozen places

Enclose 15 cents in coins for Pattern L where this handy set of shelves '
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shelves in Book 3, or the end table in
Book 5, before Christmas, if you mail your z
IF YOU WJllSTUtHE'LL order for these booklets today. Send or-
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PAGE EIGHT THE CLEWISTON NEWS FfimAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1D40

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teams were meeting there that night terest In the real property described and E. B. Roberts, Trustee for Almar
after a tough struggle ,on ,the grid- Defendants.It in the .bill. & Company, a dissolved Delaware
I POCKETBOOK corporation, be and
THE iron as the best of friends. above entitled appear in the
cause at the Court
I These two talks were the only appearing by the sworn bill of LaBelle Florida, on the
complaint filed herein that the plain- I nfJs.3nylnot
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December. 1940 to answer
KNOWLEDGE 'TPPS ones made and after the dinnerall tiff ,is entitled to an order of publication the bill of complaint herein, else the ,
: of the visiting guests were allegations of said bill will be takenas j"
IT IS ORDERED that the defendant,
confessed by said defendants.IT .
I escorted on, a special tour of the Almar
} & Company, a dissolved Dela- IS FURTHER ORDERED that
I i sugar house, before leaving for ware corporation, and all parties this order be published once a week
OB claiming interests under or from for four (4) consecutive weeks In
their
i 6 N usiRy home. Almar & Company, or otherwise, and all The Clewiston News, a newspaper
; unknown persons having or claiming published in Hendry County, Florida.
an interest in the following describedreal DATED this 6 day of November,
LettuceContinued- property in Hendry County, Flori- 1940.
I t da, to-wit: CBeal) WILLIAM T. HULL
;: Lot 25, Block 173, of the General Clerk of Circuit Court of
Plat of Clewiston; Florida, accord Hendry County, Florida.
( From Page One) ing to the plat thereof recordedin EVANS MERSHON & SAWYER,
Plat Book 2, at pages 7 to :Miami Florida, .
to start about the first of the year 14, Inclusive, of the Public Rec- Solicitors for
J and by that time Mr. Kurtz will ords of Hendry County, Florida, 5t. Nov. 8-15-22-29,Plaintiff.Dec. 6, 1940.

know: whether or not the ventureis -- - - I
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I 30't9jjofBIDEPRIffSGoINTO THEBUILt>/ $OF A AT12E5IIIP/

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;' Ij WIDE OWNERSHIPeo Curry ..........._......... 100 148 110 MCE C A '7 rl

Thomas ...................122 114
67# OF RENTS
a, i IIoJ THIS COUNTRY Miller ...................... 70 110
GO TO PEOPLE.MAKING Claycomb ................ 117 118 t --count with ,d yUt it

'- \ THAN$LESS S;000RENT Total ..............._..526 615 578 = When you ho Ve a few savings deUars ot a time-l ucome\us .
I A VEARAAvy == con odd tot co"a save odt of your .
Merchants whote'1et yOU
... ......... wathhilell.
Schroeder .. .. 161 186 175 = > earnings we "
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i;; Stone ....................'.... 155 170 97 :-. rna e
Martin ...................133 123 ::"If may. reaUy oW.ce tosoy: .ond let

RfGUlXTIONSIIMIT 1 Charlie ....................189 149 = not come tabout our \\nsUfed ScrM9S
THE LEN6THOFI George ...................143 162 : 'H'rrt teU more
? 70 SAILOR'SHAH 2 WHS Driggers .................. 149 150 U$ you the \5\ on oil\\ ,
l l 1 McGehee .................. 145 =__ p\on1\ Eor {com IOthan .

Total ...................781 799 707 { ds receives by 1 e
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Clewiston Motors _
L Kelly................121 '102R.

Kelly................180 106
E. E. Kelly ..........._148 144 125 Clewiston Federal Savingsand

I Waters ...................140 186
INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH BY Nail.........................146 128 139
-:::t- \I--:-;-' I'I I, INJECTING CHEMICALS INTO GREEN Collier ...................... 118 Loan Association
t' WOOD HAS ADAPIEDTHERESULTINGIN l
THE A RAWhyl1 MODERN"> RIMS HEAVYBOMBER. WOOD FOR USES WHERE RARE Bestor .................... 133 IP:;2
HAVE 10 BE BROUSHT NATURAL HARDVWOD WERE Total ...................735 629 684
TOGETHER! FROM 4-1 STATES v-' FORMERLY NEEDED .

',- I TJSSO Commissary. .................................................................................................................................................................................' .-

Kolstad ...................103 130 II. .

PENTECOSTAL CHURCH last Sunday of the month, when Waters '...................132' 139 104 ,
: J South Clewiston Mass is at eight o'clock. The public, Hager ...........___........439 150.146 :;_: :'i k't"

M. M. DUDLEY, Pastor. regardless of religious belief is always Bass .......................121 I' .' .:.
welcome in this church. Logan .....................123 179 154 ::: 'i.
Services Every Sunday: Kinsey................... 107 69 :::

Sunday school at 10:00 a. m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHH. Oliver ....................... 121 I
Morning worship at 10:00 a. m. C. Meador, pastor Total................... 618 696 603 _: CLEWISTON 60LF .
Young People meeting 6:30 p. City of Clewiston

m. Rev. M. M. Dudley, director. "We Saved A Seat For You" Crawford .............__115 159 I

Evangelistic services 7:45 p. m. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Jones .......................121 161 138 I '
Tuesday evening service 7:30 p. Morning worship, 11 a. m. and Boone ......___............147 222 138 I COURSE.

m. evening service 8 p. m.. Griffin .................... 122 148 190 .i' .:.
Friday evening service 7:30 p. Training union 6:45.MondaySunbeam Small ......__...__......... 104 103 .:'"

m. band meets at Charley .....__........... 139 jf > :;' :, :: \

The public is cordially invited to church at 3 p. m. Pape ..................._... 163 \ ,
attend all services. R. A.'s. meet Monday at 7 p. m. Total ...................609 829 732 .:. : ___ItIIP"_"""'"_ '. :

at church. r b f I r h,.
MARGARET'S:: CATHOLIC Tuesday-Cottage prayer meetingat
CHURCH 9 a. m. Circle meetings Tues- Glasses Scientifically Broken Lenses h
Fitted and Repaired DuplicatedDR. h
day afternoon at t3:3Q. ..' .t.
F, D. GUDBAUR
Rer. Lawrence J. Flynn: Pastor Wednesday-Junior G. A.'s. meetat .i' .:.


o'clock Mass, each excepting Sunday the morning last Sunday at 8 CLEWISTOX the church COMMUNITY at 3:30 p. CHURCH m. Successor Fort 108 OptometristPhone Myers.to.K.. C .Collier Florida H. Oakley Arcade i .... Open to the Public J Jy :

of the month when the time is

Mass in Pahokee. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. B. C. ALIAS ORDER OF PUBLICATIONIN
k Devotions in honor of Our Lady Flaniken superintendent. .
THE CIRCUIT THE
'. Friday evenings at 8 o'clock, fol- Adult Bible Class, J. E. Beards- TWELFTH JUDICIAL JIRg IT OF y
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; lowed by Benediction of the Most ley, teacher.A COUNTY FLORIDA, ,IN AND IN FOR CHANCERY.HENDRY t .hY '.
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. of Perpetual Help are Conductedand is h
' membership campaign now CASE NO.- '.' .-. IIIIf........... .s.
before all the Masses. underway in Sunday School.
CLEWISTON REALTY AND DE- ': .
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Confessions are heard every Saturday Church services 11:00 a. m. Rev. VELOPMENT CORPORATION, a : .; .t.:
,;' evening from 7:30 until 8.30 Ralph M. Martin of Alexis, Illinois FLORIDA corporation ::: ::'., :::
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Plaintiff.va .t.
t Blessed Sacrament. will conduct the services.
:' Weekday Mass every morning ut Christian Endeavor, Monday, )- :*_: Moderate Green. Fees f. :_::

:: 8:00 o'clock. 7:30 p. m. Lee Pridgen president. : ALMAR & COMPANY, a dissolved ':' ,.
:': Religious Instruction Class for Delaware corporation, and all unknown :: Exceptional Fairways *
parties (whether
R children Saturday morning at nine Annual Football- natural persons corporate or or municipal) y
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L here in Clewiston, and after Sunday claiming through, under or from ::: Interesting Greens :;:
said dissolved corporation, and E.
t: 10:30. I ':' 'J
B. ROBERTS Trustee for Almar
rJ The Mass schedule of Pahokee te j (Continued from page 1) & Company, a dissolved Delaware .

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