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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 12, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Removal Oi RestrictionsOn I: Housing Is" Becoming Shortage Acute ;Riddle's Flying Schools ; !




Cane Is Announced The' anticipated housing shortagein Among Nation's Finest

Clewiston has now become a I ,
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o reality as a request was received I ,]

i Must Be Permanent To Large Student Group this twelve week married: for accommodations flying instructors for, I II Commission To BeReorganized Writer Pays Tribute To 1J 1


Permit Any GreatExpansion Leaves For CollegeThirteen married nineteen service single and instructors technical, eight men I Oct. 2 Success of World ..'.:

and twenty single men in the latter War Flier .i

young men and women division.At I Mayor F. Deane Duff stated today -
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from Clewiston have left duringthe the present time almost\ every that the new city charter calls '- ."

While no official notification has past few days to begin or to house and apartment in the city is for a meeting to be held on October i (Appearing in the October issueof j

as yet been received by- the United continue their college course at occupied and with the arrival of 2, following a regular city election, Dixie Business, Atlanta, Ga.) .:

States Sugar Corporation, largest widely scattered schools. many more families at the opening to reorganize the city commission. By WARREN SMITH

i producers of. sugar in ,the state, of Bob and Dick Patterson! and Bob of the sugar harvest season the ,;From among the five commission Without fanfare and with little ..".

I any removal of restrictions, Secre- and Dan Beardsley return to the shortage will be most acute. i members are selected a mayor, tax notice, there has developed down

tary of Agriculture, Claude Wick- University of Florida in Gaines- Some relief is ,seen in the com- I I assessor, tax collector and other city in Florida within the'past few ',:.

ard was credited by news reports ville and W.- A. Davis, Jr., enters pletion within ,a very short time of officers. months one of the largest nonmilitary -

the first of the week as having the same school as a freshman. the four new houses being built by I The city will hold a meeting on operated aviation school set-

indicated that, all acreage restric- Morris Ford goes to the Citadel in the United States Sugar Corporation September 23 at five o'clock in ups in the United States, one which

tions oa the growing of sugar cane Charleston, S. Car., Bill Owen to in ,the, housing group on the afternoon for the purpose of has already begun to prove of

,I and sugar beets would be lifted in I Tulane University in New Orleans, Pacific Avenue near the sugar I hearing complaints and receiving great importance to the American
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I -- an effort to make ample provision Dick Owen to William and Mary house. These four houses are to be I testimony as to the value of any and British air corps, and to civil-

for an adequate supply of sugar College in Williamsburg, Va., Van occupied by Mr. and Mrs. N. V. S. I property, real or personal, as fixed ian aviation and the aircraft indus-

.1 for the country. Mumford to Moses Brown Schoolin Mumford, Mr. and Mrs. Frank "by the tax assessor and for reviewing try as well.,

The Secretary's statement was Providence, R. I., Wilbur Rodriguez, Mr. and Mrs.' H. A. W. and equalizing the 1941 This $3,500,000 organization includes -
made in an appeal to farmers of l\IC-j a vast technical school, in
_Gehee to St. Leo School for Hedke and Mr. andIrs.. F. M. tax 'assessment. Anyone having
the nation to increase productionto at St. Leo, Fla., Miss Edythe ;Nell Mueller. The four houses built as I complaints is urged to put them Miami; separate American: and -
take care of an increase in domestic I British flight training centers, at
Cornette to Florida Southern College |I the first unit are occupied by Mr. in writing for presentation to the

demand' as well as to sup- I at Lakeland, Miss Martha Nell :: and Mrs. John Lucaa, Mr. and 'commission at that time. While not Arcadia; a second British center,

s ply food to Britain under the Alston to Berry College for Women Mrs. C. A. ,Martinez, Mr. and Mrs. compulsory that this be done thereis at Clewiston, and separate land and

Lease-Lend Act. ( at Miami ''Beach and Miss Bar J J. F. Morrison and Mr. and Mrs. I a great deal more chance that seaplane flight schools, also at .Mi

This !statement is interpreted by bara Morrison to Florida State i i Mayo. action will be taken if the complaint ami.

some, as the go-ahead signal for College for Women in Tallahassee., is specifically set forth in writing. This organization-the Embry-
which the Everglades,, has been wait- i I The completion of these four Riddle School of Aviation-with
>new houses will complete the first I
ing; others were not at all sure thatit headquarters at Miami, has expanded -
would be of any vast importance to unit of this housing program for practically overnight from _
sugar cane growers of the Everglades COUNTY TO VOTE ON corporation employees and it is [CIRCUIT COURT TERM casual peacetime commercial school a

,.J since it was followed by a expected that the housing shortage with but two seaplanes and one instructor -

I statement next day by Dr. Bern- TRUSTEES NOV. 4THThere will mean that, the second unit will OPENS NEXT MONDAYJudge to an institution which in

hard of the sugar division of the be started very soon. These attrac- capital investment, students and
tive five-room homes are similar in
AAA saying that the statement ..._ I equipment, compares favorably with,
should not be taken to mean that I :will be an election held exterior design but have three Georf... W. Whitehurstwill any in the country.
separate interior designs.. Plenty
the quota system was being Tuesday, Nov. 4, when certain quali- of lawn space is given for each preside at the regular fall This remarkable organization is'th'
ed.
abolIsh-I fied of will ) term of circuit court beginning life dream of
voters Hendry County home and, flowers and shrubs have one ruan-John
As any great expansion Monday at 10 a. m., at the court Paul Riddle
go to the polls and elect school been planted and the property and its realization:: was
Everglades industry would
mean I trustees! to serve' for the next two A central house in LaBelle. hastened by the national defense
landscaped. t espenlade
the building of houses
new sugar years. Nine cases are on the docket, T Ldemands of the United States together -
leads to the new recreation hall !
and the building of such additional
I 'whites and 2 negroes, with charges I with the'
demand for military -
Three
trustees will be''elected in which is almost'completed..
plants would ,require a great each of the three special tax school I I' running from second degree murder -] pilots by the hard pressed'
amount of time, particularly atj; A number of officials: and instructors to grand larceny. !I British.
districts in the All
. present when defense priorities have county. quali- who are connected with
made any sort of construction a I fied voters who pay a tax on either I the Riddle-McKay Aero College have I The case against Mrs. Doris Riddle, a pioneer aviator with
real Scott of Clewiston(; was held over I more than 7OQO'hours air time
doubtful proposition, it 'is easily i or personal property are already moved "here. In addition to ,
seen that unless there is a perman- entitled to vote in their district. those mentioned last week Mr. and I from last term. She is charged" operator of the first Chicago-Cin
Trustees must be nominated bya with assault, with intent to commit cinnati airmail """contract, and a
-' ent removal_ of restrictions there can II Mrs. J. L. ,Bennett and son, Jim-
with the 'I murder \ on Miss 'Eva Gran- veteran air line executive his
:.iN be little new development. petition names of fiveor mie, have moved into Royal's Court won
. "" '" more qualified to vote tham in Ma1940. wings back .in 1921 'al'oI'd Carl'
<" Jay W. Moran, vlilf-president and persons and Fletcher;'Gardner; accountantat t tSff" 'L' '".<> *. .
general manager or'the United in the election ;and must be filed the air field,' with Mrs.' Gardnerand Willie Confer, white;' will '. be strom TieJH.Arcadia; ', where, the

States Sugar Corporation made the :!i i with the local board of public in- their two children, have move'd retried on a charge of breaking and Riddle School is now teach'ng British -

following prepared statement con- :1 I strution at least'' 30 days prior to into ,one of the Seigler apartments.It entering with intent to commit cadets to fly. Incidentally, this

(Continued on Page 3) I II I the election. is expected that several new felony, growing out of the theftof latter branch of ''the organization's

I Three trustees will be elected at an automobile July of last year activities is indicative of the rapid-
homes will be started within a
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Final Baseball Game' LaBelle, three at Felda and three short time.Sears from, the Ford service station in (Continued on Page 4) __

f rat Clewiston. Those in office now LaBelle.

Here Sunday Afternoon' are Dennis Small, G. M. Watson Roebuck To Richard Drake will be tried on Inglis Turns Down

I and Allan Cook at LaBelle, Mrs. statutory charges, Perry Thomas I

Goldie Dunaway, Mrs. Ethel Willis j Williams and Earl Taylor are ac- Call To Church Here:

The final baseball game of the I and Asa Townsend at Felda and I Celebrate AnniversaryWith cused of grand larceny, and William -

season will be played here Sun- : Mrs. J. A. McGehee, D. B. Allen i Allison and Charles P.

day afternoon between the Clewis and H. C. Kolstad Clewiston.. I .Special Sale 'Tomerlin are charged with break- Rev. Robert Scott Inglis sent a

ton team and the Lake, Worth I : .. j ing and entering. telegram to the pulpit committee of
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local Church
the stating
team and while the Lake Worth' Engineers Begin Survey Paul Thomas faces a second de- Community -
'I A huge nation-wide birthday
that it would be impossible for-
team has already won first place I gree murder charge in the killing I
the 5th
celebration marking an-
in the Lake-Coast League the Clew- Work On New AirportA. of M. C. "Mule" Boyd, another i him to accept a call to preach in
niversary of the founding of Sears, the local church having preachedlast
$ iston boys are hopeful of !
defeating Roebuck and Co., and involving the negro, last 'May in a quarrel overa
his first
the league leaders in this final for 50 cent debt. The other negro Sunday sermon as
expenditure of over-$60,000,000
game. I R. Broadfoot, engineer in merchandise will case involves Karry Mitchell whois supply pastor at Northminister
special sale get
Church at Evanston
Presbyterian ,
,v;; Lake Worth defeated Clewiston charge of the Clewiston subofficeof at that company's stores charged with pledging mortgaged -
underway
Ill. Rev. Inglis will remain at
.: last Sunday on their home diamond -I U. S. Engineers, spent several today.In property.
, by a score of 7-4 in a tighter days this week and last visiting the, Evanston for a year while the
anticipation or one of the of that church is
regular pastor
v.;, :: game than the score indicates. Bass sites of the thirteen new airportsin Everglades Credit Union I I
largest selling events in the com- chaplain.
,> serving as an army
Sj4 of Clewiston led both teams at batting the state the survey work on (
., with three hits in four chances. which will be handled by the Clew- :pany's long history, Sears buyers Met Monday EveningThe r Rev. Inglis preached here four

IJN :. Vaughn and Roberts divided mound iston office. He was 'accompanied ('I scoured the market for a greater I Sundays last spring while vacationing -

,,.,:-; :: duties for Clewiston while Lake on this inspection trip by officialsof ,variety- of merchandise than ever i at Lake Wales and waswell-
.--, Worth used Thompkins and Bus- the Civil Aeronautics Authority. I before and placed orders for .record Everglades Credit Union met liked by members of the church
quantities, W. R. Smith, man- Monday evening in the school audi
L. necker. Bell, Roberts. Vaughn and)1 One survey party headed by
ager of the Sears store in Fort torium with approximately 75 em-
:, : Winn made the four Clewiston Hubert Land has just completed Tigers Have ScheduledSix
: I.1 Myers, reports. ployees of the United States Sugar
: .' scores. preliminary at Fort
.?: surveys Pierce
of the The union
I, Almost all company's 7- Corporation present.
5"',,' The line-up for Clewiston was and parties under G. M. Ford and 000 regular manufacturing sources was organized the first of July and Football GamesCoach

Bell, If; Winn, ss; Roberts, p-lb; Ben H. Cunningham are at Lake assisted in the preparations for the at this meeting explanations of the

Avant, c; Bass, lb-rf; Waldron, 3b; Wales and Kissimmee. Cunninghamwas anniversary event. In addition to. purpose of the union were madeto

,'" Knight, rf; Stone, 2b; Vaughn, recently transferred here from the amount Sears expended for acquaint those who had not R. W. Turk stated this
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rf-p. Orlando for this work. morning that six football games
merchandise, thousands of dollarsin attended the organization meeting have already .been scheduled for
excess of normal expenditures with the function of the union.
i '" the 1941 season with the opening
;.,,.,' Kiwanis Club Discusses Two Miamians Treated will go towards newspaper adver- Charles Trenary, president, call- game to be played on October 3 at

.,' tising as well as for wages ,on hun- ed the meeting to order, and a Everglades. There will be ten
:: Taxation At Here Following Wreck dreds of extra salespeople.For .
.. Meeting short talk of welcome was made by games on the schedule if opponentscan
"-; the past several weeks Fort Arthur Oliver who also introducedthe
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Myers Sears store has been busily officers and committee chair- All home
home.
; I/ County Commissioner Glen Ether- Miss Bertelle Hogan and F. F. be played at
preparing for the 10 day promotion
,4: men. W. H. Lanier acted as chairman will be at night.
: > ton met with the Kiwanis Club at Mueller, both of Miami, were treated which will continue through Satur- of the 'supervisory committeein games played
_ the Inn Wednesday here Tuesday night at the local The remainder of the schedule is
night for .
an day, Sept. 20. On each day of the I the absence of M. E. Von Mach
,''. .. informal 'discussion of the new tax hospital for injuries received when sale every department will feature and explained the committee's work as follows: Moore Haven, tfiere,
.:,, laws and their relation to taxes In their car overturned at the sharp special anniversary items. October 10; Oct. 17, open; October
' of bookkeeping -
that
::;':;.r, Hendry County. Mr. Etherton right-angled turn on highway 67. "The annual Sears anniversary was and, auditing.A. supervising. I 24, Pompano, there; October- 31,

4 :, made no talk but answered innumerable north of Palmdale., I celebration surpasses in every way [ Everglades, here; November and
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., questions which were Miss Hogan was driving the car, :I all other nation-wide promotions I O. Ward, chairman of the 14, open; ,Nov. 21, Pompano, here?:

.; '. ; asked him by the Kiwanis mem i a new Plymouth coupe, and approaching held by Sears each year," Mr. credit loans were committee made., discussed A. E. Oliver how, Nov. 26 (Thanksgiving. ) Moore Ha-

bers.At the turn at a good speed Smith said. ven, here.
the meeting next week the failed to note the sign and was unable -, "Not onlywe in the Fort Myers acting chairman of the educational Coach Turk, while depressed atthe

t, entire school faculty will be guests, to make the curve. The car store, but our regular customers as I I committee, made a brief talk and loss of so much materiat'to the

L: of the club.SEASON I overturned, slid some distance, and well, expectantly look forward to stressed the value of periodic savings army and the navy during the sum-

righted itself the this it is and deposits. mer, feels that from the new play-
on right-of-way: yearly birthday party as
'":".' I Charles J. Lovvorn, secretary- I' he be able to
TICKETS ON SALE I fence. unquestionably one of the most ers reporting may

'iI., ,. First aid treatment was given II elaborate promotions of its kind treasurer, reported a membershipof round out a team which will give .n
U:. Coach R. W. Turk announces] by Dr. 'D. M. Draughn in 'Moore throughout the retail world. Much I I 165. Paid-in shares have amounted I good account of themselves. The
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i'that season tickets for the Terrier Haven and the couple sent on to I I thought and ,effort goes into the to $1700 and $1400 in loans only two players, however, so far
football I have been: made to members of the I who have had experience-
season are now on sale at Clewiston. Their injuries were preparations for the event as every- I reporting
$1.00 each and entitle the holderto confined to cuts and bruises, eight I one within Sears organization is union. are Billy Perry and Bobby Broad-

a reserve seat _at all home games stitches being required to close one always anxious to make it out- An open forum was conductedat I foot and neither of these were reg-

this year. cut in Miss Hogan's head. (Continued on.rage 4) I the close of the meeting. ular members of last year's squad.



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.' and extraction of sugar there-

.. >y4t S' TOO LATE TO--J from in the Everglades will benefit

: the cane growers who now have
.. acreage, An excess of allotted rtry'
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CLASSIFY
rr .. States Sugar Corporation to market
.t.. 1=1 entire extraction of sugarcane now

,.' 'tt, :: planted. Employment should,
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.i yr Jw ,_. therefore, extended during the U I
.i.i By RUSSELL KAY forthcoming harvest'' approximatelyone *
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.ij President Florida Press Association .i.
j relief from restrictions continue
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the full capacity of the
While Fall does not officially set ,wegian and Danish children are not year
I iston Sugar House might be
a in until September 21, for most of very different from American par- in 1942-1943: by planting Clew-I /. y
us the summer is over when schools ents. They are kindly, hard work- ditional .Y
in the Spring of
acreage Y A4 Yw
re-open and we experience the ing, peace loving folk. They were e; vw, y
1942 and thus extend employment iw'n
hustle and bustle that attends get- proud of their clean, progressive I
additional
approximately an thirty
ting the kiddies up and off to their communities. They loved their '
days during 1942-1943 harvest. p.1.by,34r
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readin', writin' and 'rithmetic. homes and their children and asked 'r
Unfortunately this'relief from
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re-
j' Driving to work this morning, I only to be allowed to live in peace,
structions does not now permit expansion -
encountered hundreds of bright-i to worship as they chose, and to /
I in the Everglades' beyond
eyed youngsters of all ages mak- educate their children to become
capacity of Clewiston Sugar House.
ing their to the school house. good citizens.
way
; I "It will be recalled that, through aay\ _____ _
clean, neatly dressed, descended u
They were Before destruction up- I the efforts of Clarence R. Bittingan
smiling, happy kids. assured the
on them, appeasers
Everglades Sugar Cooperative Above is pictured the new delivery van which has Just been
Junior High I noted populace .that "It couldn't happen
Passing a i was formed about two years ago. purchased for the Fort Myers store of Sears, Roebuck and Com-
to do busi- I
numerous cars lined up at the curb. here. They continued
Farmers in the Everglades pledged
pany for making deliveries of heavy shipments throughout the trade -
with Hitler carefulto
Others were coming and going as ness and were sufficient acreage and capital was
do nothing that might be termedan area. ,
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their neighbors' i additional Sugar House to have

"door of learning." United and alert, these small capacity equal 'to Clewiston opera- processing plant was erected.. Wet I crease since May 8, V according to

Of course there was nothing new democratic nations together with tion. Relief from Government restrictions weather and cold did considerable reports made by John Kelly, assistant
or startling about such sights. We the aid of their more powerful on the planting of sugar- damage and while many cars of director in charge of live-

have all seen the same thing many allies, might have defended them- cane, the extraction and marketingof fine lettuce were' shipped it is understood stock ,sales for State Farmers' Mar

times. It was typically American.The selves against aggression, but individually sugar therefrom, could not then I that the operation was at kets. The average number of cat

question that framed itself in they fell, and. their only be obtained, therefore, the Everglades' a loss for the first season. tle sold' at Arcadia at each of the
J my mind today, however, was one hope of deliverence at this hour capacity to assist in the two sales held '''in May was 490.

that never occurred to, me before: rests with the ability of parents in present emergency in supplying $299,551 Worth Of This was increased to an average
"How much longer?" lands still free to appreciate and sugar to American consumers is of 762 for each of the two salesin

I could not help but contrast understand what has happened and less than half of what it would Livestock Sold From August. At Palatka the average
American children with those of what can be done. have been had favorable Government for four sales in May, was 339 head

other countries today. 'I could not The children of America, yours action been secured two years 8th 1 which increased to an average of
May to Sept.
help but ask myself: "How long" and mine, are not more secure to. ago. We have repeatedly warnedof .795 head_ for, the four August sales.
will it be before dread and fear day than were the children of these I the threat to America's sugar Arcadia had its largest sale on Sep-

replaces the happy smile on young and other conquered countries. supply in war time and of the eco- Tallahassee, Sept.. 10-FNS) tember 2 when 1,029 head of cattle

faces, before gas masks become What has happened there can and nomic consistency of permitting at State Livestock Markets at Arcadia brought In $22,167 to stockmen,
standard equipment? "How long" will happen here if we allow ourselves all times' unlimited continental pro- and Palatka's best sale was' on August '
before studies will be interruptedby to be deceived and lulled ir duction of sugar, an essential food and Palatka sold $299,551' worth of 8 when 873 head were sold for <:

.. wailing sirens and, like baby I I to inactivity by those .who preach item, of which more than seventy livestock from May 8 to September'. a total of $17,353.Everglades .
chicks in the shadow of the hawk, appeasement. percent is now supplied by foreign 1, Nathan Mayo, Commissioner of

will these kids be rushed into The dictators HATE America countries and other offshore areas.It Agriculture, said this :week. This :

underground bomb shelters? "How above all other nations. We already should be urged that the removal exceeds by $124,351 the total salesat ,Gets

long" before here and there attrac- have done more to stay their of restrictions be permanent these two markets during the
tive school buildings will be reduced progress and hamper their plans ." last fiscal year and indicates that Much PublicityClewiston

to a heap of smoldering than any other country. They have i. Florida's livestock industry is

rubble? taught their children and their Kurtz Again To Plant headed for a record-smashing year. Sept. 10-FNS-The \

But a little over a year ago par- people to hate us and we will Last year, Mayo said, the Arcadia
ents in peace loving Holland, Belgium never be forgiven. Let Russia and i Large Lettuce AcreageR. State Livestock Market reported I amazing extent to which visiting

Norway, Denmark and other Britain fall, and with our backsto sales totaling $109,981. Sales editors were impressed with developments
countries sent their children off to the wall, we would feel the heavy from May ,8 to Sept. 1 reached a I in the 'Glades area is

school clean, neat, well fed, bright hand of war as no nation ever has E. Kurtz of Fort Myers stated new high of $117,222 or $7,241 evidenced by the receipt of hundredsof
eyed, smiling and happy. Those felt it. We would be crushed as yesterday that he would cut the more than reported for all of last marked copies of papers pub-

were neutral countries. Thoughwar no nation ever was crushed, and acreage slightly this year plantedto year. Sales at Palatka for the last lished from Maine to California

raged all around them they your children and mine would be Iceberg lettuce at his place, the fiscal year were $65,219, and from featuring articles and editorials on

felt that since they had not taken the ones to pay. Shawnee Farms, but that between May 8 to 'Sept. 1 of this year show the subject, states general manager

sides, were observing the strictest We can face the facts now, and three hundred and five hundred $182,328, or $117,109 more than Jay W. Moran of the United States

neutrality, they were safe-and 'be- while there is yet time, unite in acres would be planted dependingon was: ,reported for :the last fiscal Sugar Corporation, who together

sides, they had treaties' thought and action to destroy our weather outlook. year. with Clarence R. Bitting was. hostto
Last than five hundred Sales at these state livestock the ,National Editorial
enemies and because year more group
Today these nations are enslaved. we have the
acres -were planted and a markets have shown a steady in. during its visit here, last spring.t1. .
Families have been separated. Hun- resources, the wealth and the power -
ger and want stalk through the we will succeed. ,But if, we I -

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another $500,000 layout similar to operation of instruments and who is interested
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the other two except that it Is being Activities
in joining an orchestra is, asked:
Fixing. I constructed in the shape of a seaplane
to contact Ed Clark, Box: 447. Indications -
(Continued from: page I) compressed diamond. The field vate and' : '
to will be completed and ready for' occupancy Program, are that the orchestrawill .
with which it has expanded .
ity
affair
be about a 12-piece and
in September._ .300 of : '
meet national defense demands, as '
well as the sureness, with which. it A second all-British ,flight center, within the i> : the advantages to the town: in having ; '
functions.Old Riddle Field is two miles square. CPTP s : a musical organization of: this-: -
most oldtimers and will have accommodations for and the. type and size are evident.
Carlstrom, as -
know,' is a --relic of the first 250.RAF cadets and ,a staff of 250.American September : ....
the, 'most instructors will teach the number. '
world war, albeit one of NOTICE OF SCHOOl ELECTION
nearly perfect natural flying fieldsin cadets' using th'e. British curriculumand Along
existence. Last December' the American army training planes. ers, John, : NOTICE IS 'HEREBY' GIVEN; That
all All three phases of military flying the regular, Biennial School District,
deserted waste : trace tion
site a
was Elections
will be held on the first
of the former flying field having will be taught here-primary, basic greatest, Tuesday ,after: the first Monday, in
since disappeared, and hardly and advanced, one of'only a half known will November A. D. 1941 being' the 4th
long day of November, ,A, D. 1941 Said
a spade had been turned in developing dozen. such training centers. in the stops ; Election is Cor.,.the. purpose of .elect-
what is now the 1,000,000 country.The. ed. Riddle : ing, three: (3). Trustees for each Spec
ial Tax' School District in Hendry
plant of the Riddle Aeronautical growth and progress of theRid'die dence that County, Florida, and for the:. further
Institute. Yet, five months later, Technical School, at Miami, gateway to purpose of either favoring the. mill-
the school graduated its 'first. class as well as its importance' inthe- to become 'j age lic Instruction estimated by or the setting Board different of Pub-.

of 30 fledgling army pilots. and a national defense set-up, is none the largest, millage. .
few weeks later began the, trainingof the less remarkable. Six months country. All any qualified School electors District residing in Hendry.within -'

its first, contingent of RAF or, so ago the school's few classes County, Florida: whose voting regis-
cadets. and fewer students carried, on in Sears tration is within the particular Spec-
ial
Tax
School
District, and who pays
This 900-acre field Is unique in the corner of a small hangar at the ; a tax on either rel\l.or' personal prop'
respects. It Is a mile municipal airport. Today, it occupies : erty within said District shall be entitled -
several to
vote In said election in his
square, and the area surroundingit one of. Miami's. unfinished, ( ? !, or her district. _
for. miles in every direction is boom-time $1,000,000)) hotels: with standingly. : : Trustees of' five must(5)be nominated by Petition -
or more: persona
fairly flat and practically treeless, 250,000 square feet of floor space, Smith. qualified to vote in the election. Tho

making: it possibe} to. set down and 'its 450' students. from all sec- As, a. : : Petition Public'mus.t Instruction.be filed of with' Hendry the: Coun-Boardof '

training planes. almost anywhere.In tions of North and South America growthof ty, Florida, at least 30 days, prior
addition, the field layout is the in both day and night classes' are years, ,Mr. to holding of the election on the
its all phases. of aircraft construction the $ date above set out.
only one of kind. studying + : ; THE BOARD OF PUBLIC
All buildings, except the hangers, maintenance: and opera: especially j INSTRUCTION OP HENDRY
COUNTY; FLORIDA.By .
have been constructed within a 1,< tion. a sum : A.
> 0. WARD, Chairman
000-foot perfect circle and enclosed'by Present capacity of the school, of business ; Attest. :

a 50-foot wide, paved five-eights the- only one of its kind in the in 1940 its : Superintendent C. E. WEAVER of, Public Instruction,

mile roadway' that girdles the site. entire South. is only 1,500, but The. full ;, Ex-officio Secretary: of the Board
The double, hangars facing the field several hundred thousand dollars week's I Sept. S, 12 19, 26, Oct. -3, 10, 17, 21, 31.

are connected with it by a 300-foot are now being expended to enlargeand give the p

paved' apron stretching 1,200. feet expand, the school and to install -, bargains
along the field edg .' :additional equipment which, Myers store '
This' unusual layout was designedto within six months, will increase its big birthday CASH 4

prevent student loss of time go capacity -to 3,000 students.. Stimpson.'I
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ing from one class to another for, With Aircraft plants all over the :' 1 1194'1 all

every second of a cadet's waking strictly cash basis.
country crying frantically for skill- ; ,
is rigidly scheduled so as
moments
ed workers to turn out the 80,000war
'__' to give him. the maximum benefit of planes on order for< the British I : ; my many customers

training.The and American air forces, thisschool's r r1 but circumstances
originally comprising -
layout,
potential value not only to.
six one-story Colonial type bar : with credit business.
,
national defense but to, aviation asa I I
jacks accommodating 300 cadets, whole can be readily appreciated.Two I
officers and instructors, in addition cLM ; Shop
of the school's innovationsare .
to an administration building, mess
worthy of special note. The
hall and two double hangars housing ; Mgr.
65 Stearman PT-7 training first is a highly individualized un\h ,
method of instruc-
"work project"
,planes, together with a large swimming -
tion backed by text book study.
pool, several tennis courts, a ,
baseball diamond,- and other school The second ,is a dual purpose language .

and recreational facilities, soon education program that is .... ,
unique among aviation schools any
outgrew itself, so to speak.
Currently $250,000; is being spent where in the world. H' T !' .

for additional two-story barracks The latter; was designated to :
and other construction which will make it.easy for Latin American

provide accommodations for 550 students to, take aircraft training :
cadets, a staff of, 300, including In. the United States. and, con- taining FREE:: folks: need some

100 Instructors,' and four double versely, for United. States workers prove_ 1

hangars for 140 planes. This new. who wish, to follow.aviation: careersin Baking.. .. people; think Cle'Vis..
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construction should: be completed by the South American take their

'15. With the gradua- instruction in the, language of the . . I : live. BUY:
September ........................ : : They re'
tion August' 13, of 53: RAP cadets,'I country to which they intend go- .::'
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among, the. first Britishers. to, complete '0 : :
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primary flight training, in' ing.Philip' A. de la Rosa, a native f FJ : :: .- '
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the ,United States, Carlstrom Field Spanish, university-traineji, language. : r. : .> ... :; .. {.}q ./ :..' .
became an all-British flight train expert, was put in charge of the y
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... ing center; the training of American program, his first move being to, t THE ; .
Army cadets being shifted to make a complete and authentic :i: VISIBLE :: ,

: the new $750,000 Dorr Field now translation of American aircraft :i: ,
being built nearby. terminology and nomenclature, into .;. This is :: ( y .

Dorr Field, when fully completed -' Spanish and Portuguese,' the first :x: earth
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will be similar in layout to such dictionary ever compiled. :_: toward ; Insurance

Carlstrom except that it will be, Thus Riddle' students may study .;. any ::

constructed in an oval pattern. not only all the aircraft courses for 'x:: ern He i 66;

Here accommodations are'being which the government grants cer- .;i. Star. ::

I provided for, 500 cadets and a staff tificates of approval: in three different ::: apparent : Ruth'' Beardsley

:'. -of 300, with hangars for 150 training languages; English, Spanish I +_ every :: Art Lawrence

; planes. and, Portugese, but everything else I ::: "Nuggets
The Clewiston unit to be called .. Geo. W. :: j
. that in any way: pertains to the .!. .,

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UNIFORM INTERNATIONAL I Abrams Had ; ASk MEA '
a, Remedy ?
quiz with answers offering ?

iciCGESCREEPI SUNDAY 'Lesson I Abrams and Jacobs took up golf.. ? ANOTHER.information on various subjects ?? ,

One afternoon they were playing ;

'\. for a stake of one dollar a hole, hhht+- ('\.o\.o\.o\.o\.o ('\.o\.o ('\.o .('\.o\.o\.o\.o ('\.o\.o\.o\.o\.o\.o ('\.o\.o\.o\.o\.o :\
By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST; D. D. '
and the competition
Dean of The Moody Bible Institute was spirited. The Questions the United States antedate !
the ::
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IQ of Chicago.Released Abrams drove into a bunker. With t
( by Western Newspaper Union.) his iron he made four ineffectual 1. When did the Seminole war Union Jack of Great Britain? :,;

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By VIRGINIA VALE swipes, raising the sand'in clouds. end?

. '/: (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) Lesson for September 14 Then he stooped, picked up the 2. What is the world's oldest The Answers '.

when Colleen half-buried ball, and tossed it out jewel? 1. __Formal fighting terminated

REMEMBER trooping about Lesson and subjects copyrighted and Scripture by International texts selected on the fairway." I, 3. What king of England was around 1841 in the second Seminole

Council of RelIgIous. Education; used by "Look here! roared Jacobs. beheaded in London? war, but the war has not yet ended '
the country with her dolls'house permission. "You couldn't do that. It's againstthe I
4. What is the population of the' technically, since no peace treaty .:
? Well if present plans rules. has
;/ THE ETERNAL GOD, THE Philippines? been signed. :
: through Charles Boyer "I've already done it," said 2. Amber "
;; go SOURCE OF HELP 5. What is the minimum for "gem of the ages. :
Abrams age
calmly.
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3. Charles I
:\ may soon be engaged in a "But I tell you it's'against the a United States senator? 4. in 1649. ".

.,' J slightly similar journey. He GOLDEN LESSON TEXT-Revelation TEXT-Holy. holy 7917., holy, Lord rules. What am I going to do if 6. Where was the home of the 5. Approximately Thirty years old.16,000,000. ..:

f I -. will make personal appearances God Almighty, which was, and Is, and is tocome.Revelation by such tricks as that you win?" i ancient Etruscans? 6. Italy.. -, I

) with the. openings in 4:8. "Sue me," said Abrams. 7. Does the Stars and Stripes of 7.' Yes, by 24 years. ....{,1

various cities of "Hold Back the
m: A look into the future is some 4
: '.. Dawn and will also display his ,"
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{ thing that would interest most of us,
model of the city of.Paris in theater 1
and we have it in this lesson. We
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i.:$ '. : lobbies and department stores. ValI" agree with Dr. Wilbur Smith that )
ued at than the miniature -
:::: more $50,000,
' "this is an excellent opportunity tc
,', shows Paris it was before ;
:;yl; ; : city as
bring to the hearts of our pupils
;:j ; the German occupation. Part :
some of these divinely revealed
, j of the proceeds of the tour will go to
truths which the world in its mad .J
4'bif '
'ryai/J': <+'' t :
j ; war relief organizations. When traveling tiYfvr..' ;''+ :Jkr /$, ,1fv s
rush today, so easily and tragicallyputs :
; .--T. the city is housed in eight : ;!:: rl.,,
aside. ..
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crates setting keeps
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The portion of Revelation chapter :f "
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:' -f--} seven, us comes ;
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with Israel. The Church is not men .,t
:. Kathryn Grayson that last Hardy
., next tioned. The ones spoken of have .'
film wanted to know what her
out of "the tribulation"as -:
come great
t picture would be. Letters poured J
( the Revised Version rightly )
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translates it and Gen "
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evidently
are
. f' the word that she will appear in .
tiles who have'come to believe in
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She's
"The Vanishing Virginian. I.j
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but recently.returned ? % c
tribulation described in later / ,L S2i'fossryip.f /
:: eymoon-in private life she's now, / ,.
c' -Mrs. John Shelton-and will be back chapters of this book.
. Our lesson therefore deals with .a ( ?' ;:/ r 'i
.: before the cameras soon. C : .r.. :' ,1 r r.. ;
-; specific time and a certain people 'rh : Yfl "
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in connection with an event yet to
It's rather a shock to realize that :-1'
Hedy Lamarr has been resting for take place. But we find in this pas 55:1J:
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: nearly 'eight months-hasn't worked sage the description of the experiences : '-

since "Ziegfeld Girl." She's begin- of those who, like Christiansof ','

II ning a new picture now, "H. M. our day, triumphed through their FOR ISlE'S ',I
, I saving faith in the Lord ,Jesus RAZOR 'J.,

I Christ. We may therefore here learn aar A I ,,

something of, the future blessednessof

' the redeemed. J,
o' I. Saved Forever and Ever (vv, e ,

9-12). AlY WIFE '."
s Salvation is a reality, and we are F&R r
never going to be more certain of g/a/ERItIRE .".

it than when we, like this multitude,
stand in God's presence to praise '

, Him. for what He has done in our .

lives. It is ,real. Praise God! .
M w Notice that there \vas an unnumbered jp/EFREC11Pa' t
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multitude from all nations. .
The good tidings at the time ol / a

Christ's birth were for all people

; > (Luke 2:10), and some from all nations R,4UCGAREff
respond. Note too that the
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; we might at first suppose.
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These redeemed ones had immediate "

.' access to God's throne, offer ;
; ; HEDY LAMARR ing their praise direct. They were '.
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::' clad in' the white robes of God's
Pulham, Esq. based on the Mar- own FEIVOF

t ':..,c.' quand novel-it's difficult to see how purity and bore in their hands the A .
:: : either of the two leading feminine palms of victory. They, with the rue MANY :

:; .' roles can be twisted around to fit angels, the elders (possibly representing -

. ,;. her, but stranger things are happen- the Church already caught UIXUK/ ;

',:: .; ing in Hollywood all the time. up into heaven), and the living creatures .

1 ;', (not "beasts" as in A.V Theyare fR.t/tf/UA/5 I. E. S. 3wayBridge
-: divine beings of highest character

Lamp.
; be about the
Maybe you'll
.- crazy ), ascribed a seven-fold praise to RAlEIGII.n Dart Game.Doublefaced. Cigarette Cases.English Doubleswing'SMOK
: ;'1: latest Walt Disney "The Reluc-
God "forever and ever. Amen." It Cork composition. 5 nn.orblaekpinsealgraiu arm. Bronze.
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tant Dragon. But a lot of us wish is a glorious picture of completed (J darts .150 coupons leather. 125 coupons. 1500 coupons.
: 1'- that Mr. Disney would abandon these .
-:" ., features and stick redemption.II. .
long to good short
Serving Day and Night (vv
; ; ones. Both this one and "Fantasia"could
13-15a).
: be cut into several
, good
" shorts. It should be observed that even

those who came through the great

tribulation did not look to their owr
: In "Sullivan's Travels" you'll seer deeds or faithfulness to save them.

; a Veronica Lake who'll startle youa Their white robes of righteousnesswere

j boy hobo, apparently, in turtle- washed in "the blood of the

necked sweater, old cap, blue den- Lamb" (v.' 14).

im work trousers and a coat that's Now that they had reached eternity
fy too large for her. Her daughter's
through peril, toil and pain,
: : '- birth interrupted her picture mak- they would ( Bridge Table Cover.Ron ay- Glassware. Platinum Oneida Community Par Free catalog. Brown &
according to
I ,.;, ing for a while, but Paramount went many: taffeta. Green suede bands.Shaker:150.PitchPlate Silverware.Pitch e" W'b' Corp..
e folks' idea of heaven) sit down
;s right on making plans for her; she'll eternal rest and retirement. Not for an ai reverse. 150 coupons. erl00.lcebowl'1CJOC. COO.17V4'Tray,475 coup.. Box 599, Louisville. Ky.

, '::, be starred next in "This Gun for
:, ., Hire," in which she'll portray all-they found their joy in serving B &W coupons good in U. S.A. only.Also packed with KGDL Cigarettes and Big Ben Smoking TobaccoTUNE
a their blessed Lord "night and
day"
.. magician who becomes involved that is, without any weakness or; IN "College Humor" every Tuesday; night, NBC Red Network.

; :.' : with a munitions magnate in a mys- exhaustion, failures or defeat.
terious murder. Which means that III. Satisfied Throughout Eternityvv. UNION MADE PLAIN OR CORK TIPS
she'll have to take lessons in the art
( 15b-17).
i .: .:; of magic. I SAV uggLES f
. To be covered by the "tabernacle"of 8aiwcouPONREDEEMABLE

God (whatever it may mean)
; Lewis Stone is taking time out surely betokens the perfect and con. -, 1 I
I TNs JNOCesicNCO
from the "Judge Hardy" role, be- stant protection of His own presence eat onally ad.ertsedel
tween the family chronicles, to playan (see similar descriptive and4eaccordnytotermsmmm
army colonel in "Steel Cavalry age in Rev. 21:3, 4). pass cat,? ,,, t I / 1 I l latcy

," the new ,Wallace Beery pic The redeemed are said to be under '
; ture. But he'll have to be careful the tender care of the Good \

; not to do anything the Judgewouldn't Shepherd Himself; the Lamb (our: alci pr

: do, or the fans will pro Redeemer) who is in the midst ol

test.. '" God's throne shall lead them, not
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, beside "the still waters" of the

;. Charles Laughton (have you heard Twenty-third Psalm, but "unto living

the new radio program, "Three Ring fountains of water." Thus in

Time," starring him and Milton the beauty of figurative speech, we
Berle?) would have been an inn are assured that God's provision for

keeper if Laughton, Sr., had had his His children, the redeemed in Christ !
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way. He placed Charles at Clar- Jesus, will perfectly satisfy every \- 4iY
idge's, in London, to learn the hotel need of soul and spirit. There is :

l. business. And his son learned one no such satisfaction this side of eter-

valuable thing-how to impress a nity, but we shall find it there.

I haughty waiter. "Just order water Then too, there is to be no sor..
,,_ and a poached egg on toast," says row. God Himself is the guaranteethat I e

",: ._. he. Seems that it gets them down there shall be nothing in that
every time, especially if they've blessed land to cause one to weep.
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been urging champagne on you. Remember that the promises of

'--7E--: joyous completed redemption for

The children who attend New York these, the Gentile believers of the

city's public schools ought to find at great tribulation, will be for all

least some of their lessons pretty en- God's children, for us who believein
joyable. They'll be shown WarnerBrothers' Christ. Reader, will you not joinus The Merchants Who Advertise Are Not

f national defense and historical today if you are still an unbeliever

shorts as part of the curricu. ? Take Christ now as your
Prices
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I TIIK: el.l'WISTOS !:.;WS
PAGE SIX FRIDAY :
SEPTEMBER 12. 1941
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iston and around the Lake and sue a Stop Sale notice or order to in which hey had .three opponentsand Usher
News and Ralph G.
The Clewiston Cooksey, associate -
theyY uld echo heartily the :i; the owner unless he is convinced the three councilmen were also :
I thought "of the minister who said :,: that the law has been complied re-elected: J. K. ,Baker, Frank L. editor, state the publica-

Published every Friday in Clewis ton, lat the services: "We are all writ- I'with Franz and William P. Risk. They tion's policy as being ."dedicated to

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, i ling our own life stories. When I I II 'j As, a result of the above law were sworn in Wednesday for the the preservation of human life by

Tnc. we come to write. :the last chapter, farmers should be able to determine new term. disseminating and distributing educational
I even as he did, let us hope thatit I'II before purchase the_quality of seed I: Mr. Kirchman, Sinclair Oil dealer matter -
designed
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KEATIILEY BOWDE.Y, Editor" '. .can, be.:said of us, as --we may of II he is being offered.' With graded .in Belle'Glade,' -is' now erectingan and ,calculated -
him, that we ,gave. generously, even ,' seed, production should be greatly attractive new station in Clew- to'm ke'Florida' a SAFE

Entered as second class mall matter of our lives as did Buster Trimble." I[ increased at no added expense. iston. place in which to live.
February 1, 1927. at the Pest Office In I e "The magazine is not supportedby
Florida, under the Act or
March Clewlaton 3, 1897.Subscription Our thoughts are still up in the 'Glades Development I I Florida Safety Record or connected with any organization -
again with : of kind whatsoever "
air, as we acknowledge, any says

Rate *2.0O Per Year. thanks a copy of the September To Be DiscussedH. I! To Appear. 'Sept. 27th Lindsay, and ,"Its editorial policy Is
2nd issue of "Fly ,Paper" the of- fearless, impartial and independent.It .
I
Advertising Tlntf On Application. ficial Embry-Riddle publication. It is not subject to bias or influ:

is a clever little mimeographed A. Bestor is attending' a meet i i Tampa Sept. 10-(FNS) The ence of any individual, business

Devoted to the advancement and welfare pamphlet, issued by and for the ing in Jacksonville ,today'as a mem- (!I Florida Safety Record a newmonthly firm or organization because we
of Clewiston and Hendry County. Embry-Riddle students, graduates, ber of the Soil and Water Conservation I publication, will make its I value human life above selfish-
employees and personnel. Embry- Committee to work out appearance on September 27th. As commercial interests."

Riddle operates the School of Avia- j plans for a meeting to be held in I this title Implies, 'it will be devotedto I Editorial and business officesare
MEAXRER tion in Miami which has a seaplane Gainesville in October at which all all matters touching upon safety. located in the Bus Station

_N.\IlQ'W.ED/TORIALASSOClATlON'FLORIDA/ PRESS/ ASSOCIATION/ ;vi division, a land division, and ,a I agencies interested in Everglades : Walter Lindsay, editor ,and pub- Building Tampa.

1441 V technical school division; Riddle development will be asked .to have i
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Aeronautical Institute, Carlstrom!I representatives.The .
I Field, has just added RiddleMcKayAero meeting is being arrangedby ?::.:-:ootoot.h ..:--:-:..:--:..:--:--: :..: c..x.XK.x..x-x.x..x..x.x-x--X"X..X"X"X..X"X..3

The housing situation becomes College, Riddle Field, Clewis-
Dr. R. V. Allison of the Soil
more acute. Looks lik'e more housesor I ton, to the list. The Fly Paper Science Society of _Florida and the. t \
some tents before long. editor extended welcome to the 60 U. S. Soil Conservation Service and :ii FACTSIn !

new employees added in the past the U. S. Geological Service are :

The war appears to have Increased two weeks, and that makes gOOd- I said to be keenly interested. 1
rather than decreased political ness knows how many employees,

aspirations. Already two candi- and how many alumni. I Four Colored Boys I t 1940 Florida had 495,500 registered -
dates out for the congressmanatlarge Incidentally, there is a list of I. I
motor vehicles 1.570/0 of the
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job. Flight Instructors for Clewiston, 14 ,
in number, also a dispatcher and Off To BlandingThe I :: country's total. Only 17.5 percent of *
The President left little unsaid in four members of the maintenance I

his radio address last night except, department. Also reports that 1 local draft board has ordered I :'t auto owners in this state were protected ::

perhaps, what he would like to have' three others are being sent to I four colored boys, all of whom :; with liability insurance in 1940. Are :_:
called the Nazis if he hadn't beenon Carlstrom 'Field to take instructor 'f. %
here but of
a nation-wide hook-up. refresher courses preparing themto were whom registered are now residing here none, to report ::: you protected now? :::

teach at Riddle Field, Clewiston. to the Clewiston office on :i: +
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Sincere thanks to Senator An-, And so a profession that has September 19 at 7:30 a. m., to be ,.;: ;:, ::

drews and Congressman Cannonfor heretofore been somewhat' far awayis sent to the Induction station of the X

their determined stand againstthe drawing closer to us each day. U. S. Army at Camp Blanding.The .%. '.
lowering of tariff on vege- r Phone 66 for Ruth ::
four boys are Willie Smith :: Beardsley or i
tables, fruit and sugar imported
of West Palm Beach, John Alvin % Y
from Cuba. :: Art. Lawrence.
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Partridge of Atlanta, Ga., John
New Laws ExplainedBy Henry: Graham of Englishtown, N. V 5 .b f
The "shooting war"has now be- '
Jer., ,and James Dailey of West .

Nazis gun. that The the President United informs States will the Local LegislatorBy Palm Beach.Beardsley. > :!: Beardsley Insurance z:

again fight if necessary to preserve .-.
Elbert L. Stewart
freedom of the seas, a stand in Representative Hendry County To Attend :I i: Agency[ ..4X
which every loyal American will
join.It. Land-Use Planning MeetJ. %

LAWS TO GOVERN QUALITY OF ::.:..: :.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..ii..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:
is doubtful that Secretary
Wickard's announcement of the SEED SOLD IX STATEIn E. Beardsley received a tele-
from of Agriculture
gram Secretary
lifting of restrictions on the growing -
the 1941 legislature a law was Claude R. Wickard this week re-
will
of sugar cane ,mean, very
much until lie, announces their enacted which should! be of benefit -., questing him. as a ':member of the

"permanent removal. ../here isn't to all agricultural l interests in Florida Land-Use Planning Com-

:much .chance of financing a multi- the state. It governs the sale of mittee, to attend a regional meet-

million dollar sugar proposition I seed in the state and is intendedto Ing to be held in Memphis, Tenn.,

when it is known_ that the restric- protect against faulty seeds by September 29 and 30.

tions may be imposed again after I requiring that all seeds carry a The purpose of the meeting, as

being lifted as they were in 1938. label showing the seeds have passed I set out in the telegram is to discuss -
I the test to determine the percentage 'I production goals for '1942 and

. . . . . .1'I of germination. These labels the part that agricultural agencies
..NNNN. .N.N.N.N.N.N.M.N.N N.N.N.N.N N.N N.NM. .N.N must be dated and seeds can- j I can play in the defense effort.
not be offered for sale whose test
|I I 'Mr. Beardsley wired his acceptance -

RAMBLINGS : dates are more than a year old. | of the invitation immediately

. The law provides that the com- upon receipt of Mr. Wickard's tele-

= By B. B. missioner of agriculture shall have gram.

[I.. the power of enforcement of the''i i i I ._

: .:":":":":',.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...z-o<..: act, and it defines seeds as including Kirchman Reelected

' grass, forage, .cereal and fiber
We are indeed indebted to EdWard I
crops and agricultural and field
for a pleasant letter from Mayor of Belle Glade
seed. It makes it unlawful to alteror
: his location in Uncle Sam's army at
t remove the label from seeds.
I E- Camp Wolters, Texas. Ed is the Itt
The commissioner has the power to Mayor Arnold Kirchman of Belle
,
: type of fellow who makes the best 74'; ;';
enter any premises and inspect any Glade was reelected to that position 1
of everything, and while Camp
seeds, and he has the power to is- in Tuesday's election in that city I
1
L Wolters isn't exactly the place he I ; c
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:. he is much worthwhile .
:- in his finding life and training there.- .:.:..:..:..:.:,..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:.:..:.:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:.:..:..:..:.:..:.:..:..:.:..:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. CONDITIONEDgomf -
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;::" The army won't have too many of ?

Ed's sort. .y%. ,.'. 1 ;
i Ed inclosed for us clippings from .

Ii. the Fort Worth, Texas, daily paper
isw: telling of the death of Capt. W. L. Service

" '... Trimble, whom we in the Lake y y Dependable
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::_ region knew as Buster Trimble, an y Low Fares
y
.: intrepid flying duster of crops.
''\ Buster was ferrying bombers from .

: Canada to England and met his I ,Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida

death a few weeks ago in a take- 1 fitZ1 and the North.

'I" off crash which cost the lives of allj i
;;' aboard, 22 in number. Ed visited' 'i Northbound
.Buster's : Lv. CANAL POINT . 4.55AM 1:25 PM
: family for two hours a !: Ar. TAMPA . .. 10:10/ AM &:55 PM Costs Less than Driving
i: short time after the tragedy. He I ;I Ar. LAKELAND . 7:10 AM 5:50: PM
r.<:' read Buster's last letter to his mother % 1 CANT SEE i !.*!. Ar. ORLANDO ; . 10.50AM 7:45 PM One RoundTrip
.t.' V i THE Moen JACKSONVILLE . 3:15 PM 11:45 PM ,Way
.\. which inclosed a five pound L r / STAR NOv; .2. Ar. TALLAHASSEE . 4:45 PM 12:59 AM MIAMI $ 1.65 $ 3.00
;Y note autographed by the Duke of I I l EITHER( I Ar. LAKE CITY . 2:25 PM 1:10 AM JACKSONVILLE 4.70 8.50

:Kent: who was on the same plane | V Lv. CANAL POINT .. 5:20 PM 11:25 PM TAMPA. 2.80 5.05
. 3:45 AM 9:15 AM LAKELAND 2.35 4.25
with Buster on a trip from England 11 Ar. JACKSONVILLE ORLANDO 2.95 5.35
E back to Canada. 'i. .%. DIRECT CONNECTIONS AT JACKSONVILLE, TALLAHASSEE TALLAHASSEE 6.25 11.25
Memorial services held in Fort .y. A% AND LAKE CITY WITH GREYHOUND LINES LAKE CITY 4.95 8.95
,' Worth were held simultaneouslywith +_ (Explanation on Page Four) _;; :' FOR ALL POINTS NORTH AND.WEST. MACON ATLANTA.. .. '7.25 8.40 15.15 13.05

services in Canada and in :%: .- -,-- ---.. :%:'I Southbound-Going VALDOSTA 5.80 10.45
Ayr, Scotland, where Captain .:. .;. Lv. CANAL POINT . 5:20 PM 11:25 PM BIRMINGHAM 9.90 17.85
'y Trimble's body was buried. Even : f&rn: ; (kt r : I Ar. MIAMI .. . 8:50 PM 2:30 AM NEW ORLEANS. 11.65 21.00
I '.. CHICAGO 17.90 32.25
-at the hour-six a. m. Fort Worth h .% Returning NEW YORK 15.85 28.55
time-the church was reported I f X Lv. MIAMI . 10:00 AM 2:00 AM
.1 . 1:25 PM 4:55 AM
crowded. A large floral replica of Y A Ar. CANAL POINT
Y AI
': the RAF emblem occupied the position ::: Before winter storms MILLER MILLER'S DRUG STORE
: where the casket would I come, put your :: DR. H. B. Agent
have
been placed, and the altar was home into good shape. We'll gladly ar- :_I PHONE 3921 CANAL POINT
x 1P t
banked with flowers. These were I :: modernization
: range a loan for you, :
later, placed in the Canadian-Amer

lean cemetery and in the AmericanIL !I I :* able in convenient monthly pay'I:;:'I .

'.'; gion cemetery at Fort Worth. ::i: Drop in and let's talk it over. ::
:During the services a plane droned
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overhead and dropped flowers on '
bEPL: i'QYItJ 'C!'73tsW
the church and on the Trimble iF A
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.c; / home. "Buster's family includes X

;;,; Ibis mother, one sister and three
brothers one of whom is principal y Uiff1iM111

,. njl a Fort Worth High School<<; ; I y .. '
another assistant state superinten-i f

;Z' dent of education and the other i X
:: an attorney in Corpus Christi. His I IXI

- father, a physician, died several iE.*
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years ago.Buster .;.
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\ j .. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Thomas are ''LADIES AID 'SOCIETY HOLDS Mrs. E. E., Kelly. Circle chairmen

,0 I moving today to their home in LakeI FIRST FALL MEETING I are Mrs. R. J. Blount, ,Mrs. E. M. I FOR SALE CHEAP

; I Harbor. Mrs. Thomas will teach Cornette, Mrs. W. F. Nail. Counselors One Large Frigidaire .:
.f Personals J in, the Lake Harbor school this I The Ladies Aid Society met for are as, follows: Intermediate

: I term. its first fall meeting Thursday aftI \ G. A's., Mrs. O. A. Clark; Junior I GOOD AS NEW

I lernoon- in :the,Community Center. Ii I I.Mrs. G.J A's., Miss Doris Hodges, Junior T. R. Ehney.Johnson's .
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Miss Roberta Spicer has returned '
I _
. i W. H. Lanier, president, conducted R. A.'s.:, Mrs. M. A. Thomas, Sun- I I ., ,
tram '
where she
West Palm Beach
Hub Spooner was a business visi the meeting. The program beams, Mrs. W.. R._ Broaderick, as- !
; tor in :Miami Wednesday.Miss has been for a few months taking 'was on the topic, "The Land of sistant and pianist, Mrs. A. C. Carl- .
a business course at West Palm Hatred" and by Mrs.
I I was given ton.
Beach Business College..
Phoebe Peterson spent a Joseph Robbins. Others attending Tuesday's meet- Fish CampNear

few days in' Tampa. over the week- I Mrs. B. A. Bourne who has beenI Mrs. F. E. Conkling was appointed ing were Mrs. C. M. Allen, Mrs. D.

end. I ill for several weeks left 'on Sunday -, chairman. a committee to : B. Allen, Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot, Mrs. (. Hurricane Gate) ,
- for the Johns Hopkins ,Hospital, I I isend the annual hospital box to a1 I W. R. Broaderick, Mrs. R. N.- Clewiston, Fla.

Miss Hortense Collins, Adolph and I Baltimore. Md., for: medical treat- :'mission hospital. I I Childress, Mrs. O. A. Clark, Mrs.E. .- Boats and Motors-Guide Service

Fred Driggers spent Sunday in West '!mente Mrs. H. R. Hall reported that E. Kelly, Mrs. C. R. Krueger, Rates Reasonable .. ,
Palm Beach with T. L. Driggers.Mrs. -- I the society netted $25:65: from the Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs. H. C. Mea- W.< H. Johnson, Mgr f

1 Miss Mary Lou Zander of Okee- I recent benefit card party. Mrs. dor, Mrs. MC.- Vowell, Mrs. G. E. I

Carl Berner and Carline chobee spent the week-end here with Lanier named Mrs. W. .C. Owen to Wenzloff, Mrs. V. ,C. 'Woodward.Mrs. .
visitors in I'her brother-in-law and sister, ,Mr. I assist Mrs. Morrison on the flower D. W. Clark joined'as a new
Berner were Tuesday and Mrs. Wallace Arey. Together committee. I I member and three visitors were MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL I
Fort Myers. present, Mrs. V. E. Mrs.E. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS''
I'they visited in West Palm Beach Members voted to utilize time Bryant,
Sunday.Mr. atj I P. Beery and Mrs. Paul. Maps Estimates
the meetings to sew on layettes for -
Mrs. C. H. Settle of Moore Haven JOHN
H.
the Red Cross' distribution to local -: DOTY
friends in Clewiston Wed-
visited
MR. AND MRS. LEE ENTERTAIN
and Mrs. W.. L. Bellamy of needy families. Members 'are i Engineering Consultant
nesday. I,AT BRIDGE FRIDAY EVENING I
Moore Haven guests of Mr.
were
I asked to bring their own needles Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston Fla.
and Mrs. Glen Etherton and baby and thimbles to meetings.
Mrs. H. C. Avant, Mrs. H. A. daughter Sunday. Phyllis and Joan I I Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Lee were I
Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. John H.
Land and Shari Land spent Tuesday -
Etherton returned to Moore Haven hosts Friday evening when their I
Doty and Mrs.. Carl Johnson were i I
in West Palm Beach. with them, after spending a short bridge club met. First prize for i -
while here. hostesses and served refreshments men was awarded Foy Durrence, J. M. COUSE
"- to Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. F.
Dick Hooks, who is employed in I D.I I and for ladies to Mrs. Jimmy Wil- III
Duff, Mrs. Foy Durrence, Counselor and Law
Atlornej at
Key West, spent the week-end at Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence .
Otis Jones, Mrs. Lanier, Mrs. I. lson.I
his home here. r are spending this week in Daytona Mrs. Lee served ice box pie and Hopkins Building
D. Leydig, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. I 4I
Beach. Mr. Lawrence together coffee to. Mr. and Mrs. Foy Dur- I Wednesdays and Saturdays!
W. C. Owen, Mrs. J. Robbins, Mrs. I
Munselle Stone is spending the I'with Mr. and Mrs. J. ,E. Beardsleyand i rence, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Wilson
(i Otto Larsen, Mrs. Gideon Brown, I 9:30 to 4:00
week in West Palm Beach with Miss Evelyn Kellems attended I and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Miller.
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and Mrs.
Mrs. F. E. Conkling W. I
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relatives. a school of insurance. I I I
.. 1 E. Dilley. i
t P.-T. A. TO MEET
Mr. and Mrs. B.. J. Schroeder -- I
Mrs. Urey Waldron and Mrs.C. LADIES CLASS OF BAPTIST I CLEWISTONTINNING
and Joe Schroeder in West I
were
E. Thomas spent Tuesday in SUNDAY SCHOOL HAS PARTY The Parent-Teacher Associationwill & PLUMBING SHOP I
Palm Beach Sunday. Mrs. Fred I I '
West Palm Beach. meet next Tuesday afternoon,
Joss accompanied them and returned I[
The combined business and social September 16th at 3:30 in the II Anything in Plumbing Fixtures
to her home in Stuart after I(r
Charles Turner left Saturday for spending a week here. meeting of the Ruth Class of the high school auditorium. All parents Prompt, Efficient Service
Panama City where he is attending Baptist School was held Friday I I and ,friends of the school are urged
school this term. -- evening at the home of Mrs. D. W. to attend. PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr.
Among the Clewiston residents
Clark. Mrs. Carl Berner President.
attending the baseball game in
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Brown and Lake Worth Sunday afternoon were Mrs. Clark was in charge of the

children, Marjorie and Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Bell, Misses program which consisted of read- America's answer to the dicta-

visited in Indiantown yestreday. Roberta Spicer, Roberta George, ings by Mrs. E. E. Kelly and Mrs. tors is a declaration of national Johnnie Padgett And

i f. Ardis Bolton, Christine Bell, Beth M. A. Thomas and a ,song by a emergency.' Buy Defense Savings

Lacey Polk left yesterday for a I Nail, Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, Jr., and trio,-' Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. A. H. King Bonds and Stamps to build our de I J. ''L. Shipley

vacation, during 'which he is visit- Miss Leah Richaud. and Mrs. Clark.A fense. .
I
ing relatives Lake City. -- I quiz on Bible questions was
I Mrs. Harry Turner has been held and Mrs. W. R. Broaderick and I

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Davis of Ca- I spending several days in LaBelle, Mrs. C. M. Allen tied for first FOR RENT.- Large room furnished
j' for two persons; Separate en-
nal Point were visitors in Clewis- looking after business interests for I place. I
trance. Across from Hen-
ton Sunday. I her father, H. L. DeLaney, who '. Mrs. Clark served lemonade. and highway "'"

,.... .. has, been ill for some, ,time. Mr. | cake to Mrs A. R. Broadfoot, Mrs. i I dry County Motors.Phone' 102. I
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Mr. and Mrs.' :' J.: R. Deadwyler- of I DeLaney is reported ash much''imIproved I Ed Collier; Mrs:' .,E." E. Kelly, 'Mrs. Mrs. Catherine M. 'Jar.vis'. tfn. I v 1I

West Palm Beach spent the week- at Mayo Clinic, in Rochester., I W. R. Broaderick, Mrs. Fred Top-, e

end here visiting Mr. and Mrs. I. Minnesota. I per, :Mrs.' C. M. Allen, Mrs. H. L. Auction Sale
S. Bell. Davis, Mrs. A. H. Meador:, Mrs. G. FOR RENT-Unfurnished 3-room I

/ ,- !I Jimmie Davis, who enlisted in the I E. Wenzloff, Mrs. V. C. Wood- t duplex apartment. See W. N.

Miss Mildred Durst has returned U., S. Navy six weeks ago, is home I ward, Mrs. M. A. Thomas, Mrs. A'j Martin, Clewiston Dry Goods Company SAT. SEPT. 13TH

from a two weeks' vacation, which' on leave from the Naval Training H. King and Mrs. Arch Hodges. It. ,

she spent in Swannanoa, North Station, Norfolk, Va. Young Davis, j l I 2 O'Clock Sharp
Carolina.Mr. I after taking examinations for various :MRS.: WILSON HOSTESS TO I

trade schools was chosen to at- BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAY i I Head Of Good

and Mrs. George Crow and tend one of the aviation machinist I 50
Dr. F. D. Gudbaur
baby, Billie Sue, returned Monday schools operated by, the U. S. Navy. Mrs. R. C. Wilson was hostess HORSES & MULES

from a stay of several days in West to members of her bridge club Wed Optometrist i :Must be, and will be, sold at
Palm Beach. 'Mr. and Mrs. Van Cothern and nesday evening at her home. Novelty Glasses Scientifically Fitted and

, --' son of Massena, N. Y., were visit- I[ flower ornaments, made from Repaired-Broken lenses CROSS' RODEO PENSOne

Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Bunyard of ing friends here Saturday. They ) shells, were awarded as prizes, Mrs. I Duplicated

West Palm Beach visited Mrs. Viola are spending a month's vacation Roy Alston winning first and Miss Office Hopkins Bldg., Clewiston' Mile North of

Stone and other' relatives here with Mrs. Cothern's parents in II Mae Palmer second. I Every Thursdaj'-day and Caloosahatchee River Bridge

Thursday. Okeechobee. Mr. Cothern is em- Mrs. Wilson served salad, sand- evening appointments. I LaBELLE, FLORIIDAKindergarten
ployed by the U. S. Engineers on wiches and coffee to Mrs. W. H.
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R. L., Coker, Jr., is leaving to- the St. Lawrence River survey. Lanier, Miss Mae Palmer, Mrs. i .
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day for a visit in New York City. Campbell E. Nail, ,Mrs. B. J.
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_He will attend the wedding of his Miss Katherine Moran arrived Schroeder, Mrs.' R. C. Nowling, Mrs.
sister there 'next week. this week for a visit with her 0-1 I Blanche Turner and Mrs. Roy

ther, Mrs. C. L. Moran, and her :[Alston. ClassesBegin
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Miss Evelyn Hare is leaving Sat- brother! Jay W. Moran. Miss Mor-J I I
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urday for a visit with her sister, an has spent the summer in \\'. M. S. ELECTS OFFICERSFOR
t"- Mrs. James-Wynne, and Mr. Wynne Roanoke, N. C., where she has been NEW YEAR AT MEETINGMrs. Monday, Sept. 16th, 9 a. m.

S in Macon, Georgia. ,engaged in the production of the

historical drama, "The Lost Colony." M. C. Vowell was elected

Miss Barbara Morrison left this :Miss Moran portrayed Queen Eliza''''I president' of the Woman's Missionary In Library Room, Community Center

week for Tallahassee to resume her beth Society at the regular businessand

studies at Florida State College for program meeting of the society
Women. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley and : held Tuesday afternoon at the Bap- Definite Enrollment on Opening Day

Miss Evelyn Kellems spent four tist Church. Urged-Class Limited To 20.
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and children, I days this week in Daytona Beach I'' Mrs. Arch Hodges, presiding

Emma Jane and Jennings, are attending an insurance school opened the meeting by requestingthe I
spending the week-end at Miami sponsored by the extension depart- I group to sing the hymn for the I Moderate Tuition Charge.

Beach. I ment of the University of Florida. I year, "Jesus Saves." Mrs. E. M.

The course was on property and ; Cornette, chairman of the Winnie 'I

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stone are I liability insurance and both Mr. and I Ayers Circle, was in charge of the Mrs. Edith Dilley

leaving today for a two weeks' visit Mrs.. Beardsley received certificatesfor program. Mrs. W. G. Mathis led
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with relatives in Minneapolis, Minn. having successfully completedthe the devotional. The missionary I 05
Clewiston Inn Apt. 4 Phone
r1 course topic for the month "An Urgent ;
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph S. Howard, I Gospel Summons States to Enlarge, I

of Savannah, arrived Saturday fora STORY HOUR GROUP To Lengthen, to Strengthen," was

visit with their daughter, Mrs.R. given by Mrs. Clayton Waters, Mrs.

N. Smith, and family. There were seven members of W. F. Nail, Mrs. R. J. Blount, Mrs.

the Story Hour group present Wed- M. A. Thomas.
E. B. Seegar of Vero Beach has nesday afternoon. They heard the The business meeting followed NOW OPEN

accepted a position in the officeof story of "The Three Little Pigs" with officers and chairmen giving .

the 'Clewiston Realty and Development -!1 I told them by Mrs. A., L. .Hackett. reports., After the election of the I
Corporation.Mr. First pictures of the story of new president, election of other Old
I Our Furniture Display Room In The
Chicken Little were pasted in the officers was held and resulted as

and Mrs. A. L. Hackett and children's scrap book. Attending: follows: 1st vice-president, Mrs. V. Post Office Building ..
children have returned from a two were Eddie Musgrave, Ronald Hare, C. Woodward; 2nd vice-president,

weeks' vacation at Fort Myers Wayne King, Alfred Meador, Mar- Mrs. W. G. Mathis; 3rd vicepresident -

Beach.W. jorie Brown, Agnes Ann Hackettand Mrs. Clayton Waters; secretary -- You are cordially invited to visit us and

Linda Lee. Mis.' L. C. Miller; treasurer

=--. A. Davis accompanied his son, look over the,many attractive piecesof

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|:;;: CLEWISTON :::
James H. Wilson is leaving tomorrow MOLASSES-FED ;

for a visit inv Nashville, Attractive Prices Easy Terms
Tennessee. Mrs. Wilson will visit j HAMBURGERS 10c Each ::

her mother, Mrs. Charles Moran, I '
in Pahokee, during his absence.Mr. 'J;:: SOMETHING NEW IN A SANDWICH TREAT 'i'i ,


and Mrs. W. C. Prewitt i A AND B SANDWICH SHOP Clewiston Appliance Co. _

brought their twin sons, John and :

Jerry, home from Good Samaritan :: Watch for The of Our :
Hospital, West Palm Beach, this Opening :_: MALDEN S. WRIGHT, Mgr.

week. The babies are now seven :;: Bowling Alleys. ::
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I 'Lilliput PuttPuttsAs I SPEAKING O.FSPORTS. Gems of Thought


is
SINCERITY impossible un-

full-size auto racing brought on midget auto racing, the latter it pervade the whole

n.M.brought forth miniature auto racing. At Culver City, Calif., they By ROBERT McSHANE being, and the pretence of it

miniature auto racing tracks in the world, where I saps the very foundation of
the
R E EN have one of finest Released by We.tern Newspaper Union character Lowell
f the lilliput putt-putts root like maniacs for their
followers
record is 67.085 miles The beauty of the house is order
peanut-size racing car. Current speed favorite'l THE battle down the stretch be- The blessing of the house is con

Washington, D. C. These photos introduce you to this strange sport. the Dodgers and the Car- tentment

POLITICAL DYNAMITE ,.:.,.. ,-. ,, ,N.. ... si dinals promises to be a dog fight, The. glory of' the house is hospitidily. -

There was real political dynamite right to the finish. -HOUSE MOTTO

behind that letter President Roose- But that isn't 'a new development.From .
Give
no bounties
Democrats Convention the middle of : make equal
velt sent the Young April through laws: life
secure and
in Louisville blasting Demo- August-a four months' struggle- prosperityand '

cratic isolationists as "obstructionists those two teams spent the greater Emerson.If you .need not give alms.-

who are in the wrong party." part of the time battling eye to eye,

The scorching attack was a tipoffon each trying to outdistance the other. time is precious, no book
which may that will not improve by repeated -
undercover plans Both teams play for keeps. The

make next year's congressional Cardinals have pitching, hitting and readings deserves to be readat

elections the hottest in years. speed. They aren't as colorful as all.-Carlyle.

Nothing has been said about it, but the old Gas House Gang, but they

certain administration and Republican i $ 41:%gJ; have just as much vigor and snap.
have discussed uniting *

Democratic leaders and Republican isolationists forcesto RjP' And seems they that have every plenty day or of two heart.one of It (V nCL tffUj?\ nose.Comfort Follow that directions.runny

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oppose all congressional their key men is injured. Yet they PENETRO

regardless of party label. keep right on rolling, regardless of FEVER ROSE!C "- NOSE'- .i. DROPS-> ,
Under the proposed plan, Admin- an ''unkind fate.

istration-G.O.P. backing would be The Dodgers have'an unusual

thrown behind incumbent anti- hold on the nation's baseball public. Integrity
isolationist congressmen whether Integrity of Life is fame's best
They are much more than local
they are Democrats Republicans. ': attraction-they are national heroes.a friend which nobly, beyond death,

Furthermore strong coalition candi- The cause 'of that phenomenon is shall crown the end.-John Web-

dates would be entered against isolationist .l not known. Psychologists can't give ster.
seeking re
congressmen you the answer. It may be in the

election. fact that Brooklyn, to outlanders, is
of the most significant things
One
I an 'unusual place. And Brooklyn'sballplayers I
about the plan is that it has the ti'
'reflect the spirit of they YOU BOYINOCULATION
hearty approval of Wendell Willkie. .. .rn..r. .. .... ..... ..... ,3.N ? city. hasa
Brooklyn
Discussing it with a group of !. (.
friends the G.O.P. standard bearer ;:;; i Above: This little racer reputation-and
f' tradition-for loy- v
declared, "The people should have is undergoing a final
alty and affectionin
the opportunity in every senatorialand overhaul at the pits before (:- .' baseball. The
.
congressional election next year ?i. .
for a clear-cut expression of opinionon going to the starting line. :.' < current team is ON FAITHField
Note manner in which known to Flatbush
of
issue foreign
this all-important tests have shown a big differenceIn
policy. This referendum should car is held to track. Below residents'as Our the quality of inoculator brands on the
Bums. market. You cannot see the legume bac-
lining The termis
not be cluttered up with phony or, : The starters are y N teria you purchase. Immediate demon-
inconsequential issues. up entrants in a race a, kindly one as stration. is impossible. What is the reputation -
and experience behind the inocu-
"In districts represented by iso- ::!!, -: i her Note the judges'stand. employed by the. lation you buy?

lationists we should put the strongest .'. .: '. j home folks and NITRAGIN Is the ORIGINAL LEG-
f 1f.lI1IN.4D. .Jnutidr2ia"Ni.'S UME INOCULATOR, having served
I p: + the players accept
candidate in the field can
we
the farmers for forty Itwon
.. .. td over years.
get, regardless of'his' party label or ...... twa+mvmv.M+ waavnwnmM+r' Leo Durocher the title as an expression a GOLD MEDAL at the World'sFair
St. Louis, 1904.
economic views. I'd like to see of friendship -
NITRAGIN Is made in the most complete -
men and women brought into :K. Larry MacPhail and Leo ("TheLip" and modern laboratory of its
young kind In the world. l
) Durocher
Let's from unquestionably areBrooklyn's
this campaign. get away NITRAGIN Is the leader In Its field
the old political hacks. Let's bring leading citizens. by a big margin. NITRAGIN demandin

youth into this fight. It's theirs pri- Which is the better team? That year,the after South has rapidly the increased fall of

marily and they should be in,.'the RrJ question takes a lot of answering.The 1910 the : rheuriI5p n of
NITRAGIN were for more than 45
lead in it."Personally. : icy'M two teams have remained prac- million pounds of VETCH and WIN-
tically deadlocked ,TER PEAS. This large demand Is
I am prepared to sup- shoulder to due to many field tests carried on year
port anti-isolationist candidates regardless P shoulder, after playing more than after year. We prove by these tests
that NITRAGIN is a. good product.
of their party affiliation or 120 games.
n w r wmvw. ati.+' ArYr+w+: + e a' ,a :,'fs Send for our booklet "Plant Legumes to
economic views. If. they are righton P1p? Prosper," showing' pictures of field tests

the foreign issue, then I will be ..: A 4 + 1 a Equal in StrengthIt and also how gives NITRAGIN you valuable is made.information The booklet

for them and will take the stumpfor : -ft';: ;: wasn't so long ago that the regarding the inoculation of legumes.
them." If your dealer does not have NITRAGINin
Cardinals dropped five in a row to stock have him get it for you. Insiston
..,.... .. ... .
I.:'Q&:;:.: :;:(>.o/: %STSJl.,2"t4u J. :d -1f.1""OJ0- L.L.YaYAtA/Nf.14N.WLttEO.rf%PIS,41Y W -"""'(:9CXvw"A/w =-- inherit NITRAGIN inoculation.
a four-game deficit. But
SMASHED PLANES Accept no substitute! i
they bounded back and showed
President Roosevelt didn't an-
themselves none the worse for wear
nounce it, but there were two big ?'a,:,'. 'i'i iJkvi:'y and tear.

reasons why,Pan American Airwaysis M: % '% G ,
k\: +? : :; :::@><:
Then
when the Cardinals started
,
taking over the ferrying of airplanes ..
1 moving the Dodgers blasted
up,
the South Atlanticup
across their immediate hopes proving that THE NITRAGIN COMPANY Inc.
the interior of Africa to the Near .( ,
they, too, have their share of heart. 3750 No.Booth St. Milwaukee,Wis.

East.One reason has since been pub- There isn't a great deal of dif-

ference in the strength of the two
lished, the need American war- Sleep Repairs
to the British in Iran teams. That, of course, is obvious.
planes help and thus protect Russian oil fieldsin tF Both are capably managed, both are sleeve of -Shakespeare.
the Caucasus.The good hustlers, hungry for victory, carg.

other has not been published ? and both can field and hit.

-namely that the British had been : Too, there is little difference in INDI'GESTIONwhat

i wrecking an extraordinarily large ; the pitching abilities.' St. Louis has
Doctors do for it
number of brand in no duet to match the combined win-
i new planes flying P Doctors know that gas trapped in the stomach or
them Africa. ning records of.Whit. Wyatt and Kir- gullet may act like I a hair-trigger: the heart.They
across ;
i get gas free with the fastest-acting medicines known
, As a matter of cold, unpleasant by Higbe. But the Cardinals have a -the fastest act like the medicines in Bell-ana
Tablets.Try Bell-ans today. If the FIRST DOSE
: fact, the British have been losing 3y bit more average strength.A doesn'tproveBell I-anabetterretarnbottle to us and
receive DOUBLE back.25c.at all drag stores.
I money
about 20 per cent of the planes we, f bit of history isn't completelyout

have been giving them. ;. y sg of line at this point. It was

This was partly because the Brit- only 11 years ago that St. Louis and Our V TTerloo

ish did not use their own pilots, but Brooklyn were locked in another Every man meets his Waterloo

Czech, French Poles and Dutch. life-or-death struggle. The Cardi- it last.-Wendell Phillips..

; These aviators; sometimes too full nals and the Dodgers were playinga \

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I. of sloe gin, and sometimes not too --- -- ---- --- -- three-day series which started on

Well trained in the tough job of han- General view of the miniature Sparkplug from a miniature auto September 16. The league-leading "MIDDLEAGE"WOMEN

dling fast war planes, have succeeded Dodgers were on top of an 11-game
auto racing track at Culver City. I is shown beside a regular-size spark-
in scattering the'wrecks over the winning streak for a one-game mar-
heart of Africa.Furthermore Observe how turns are banked. plug here. Note radiator design.Above y
gin over the Red Birds, who had [ : J

central Africa is _.._..._..._....................._............ ...........' .n... ....... ....." '''' '.'_ ,, _._. ._ _, ,__ ,... ""',M""""" taken 21 out of their last 25.
one of the most uncharted and dif q s In the opening tilt, Brooklyn's HEED_. THIS ADVICE !

ficult flying area's'in the world. The great Dazzy Vance went out'to meet Thousands of women
hop across the Atlantic has not .'.. Wild Bill Hallahan Cardinal are helped to go sm1l'ingthrudistresspecul-
".Y'jyR money

j"t 'cc-- d VJ''=.>..it : 'v?YS + %: ;/,
.. caused the casualties. It is the remainder ;,,; : {rt .r. ? pitcher. At' least 30,000 fans were ear to women-caused
.
of the flight, from Freetownon going completely mad. : by with this Lydia period E.In Pink-life-

the west African coast, up to ham's Vegetable Compoundfamous ,
At the end of six innings the two d.' 4 for ;

Egypt. old masters were deadlocked 0-0. over 60 years. Plnkham's Compoundmade
This is why Roosevelt finally Nine innings and still no runner had especially for women-has
called Pan helped thousands to relieve such
upon American Airwaysto crossed home Then in the this
plate. weak nervous feelings due to
take over the African Its ... functional disturbance. It!
htop. Y 36 SY.3g5 = e. last half of the tenth, Andy High, Try ...
pilots have done' a brilliant job of i
a pinch hitter, lined a double to
pioneering the jungles of the Ama 3'e ?.g right center and later' scored on a
zon and the peaks of the Andes.
single to right. The first game hac 'Today's popularity
And Roosevelt figured that if any- ended with a 1-0 win for St. Louis. of Doan's Pills, 'after
one could fly over Africa Pan American many years of world-
The Cards had eased into first place
wide use, surely must
I;I could do it. .'N4 by one percentage point. Gloom descended I be accepted as evidenceof
, e satisfactory use.And .
Y on Brooklyn. favorable public
'AMERICA'S ANSWER' { Luque opposed Sylvester Johnsonin opinion supports that
of the able physicianswho
The OPM is just releasing for wide : : the second tilt. A 3-3 deadlockin test the value of
distribution its first post promoting ;{5 7i / tPY r.Y.y s iN6.tiryrxscc s; Y4: 1: its drive for _""""" _" laboratory conditions.
greater production. the Cardinal half. hit another
High
These physicians, too, approve every -wordof I
Entitled "America's Answer-Pro double to right, scoring two men advertising you read, the objective of
: Three which is only to> recommend Doan's Pillsas
duction! it is
a masterpiece oj miniature for a 5-3 victory.. Brooklyn was a a good diuretic treatment for disorderof
power and drama.. It pictures a racers are blighted place.Bleeding the kidney function and for relief of
brawny' arm twisting a monkey coming out of a turn the pain and worry it causes.
;:: If more people of how lie
,,../; :,.. were aware
wrench fastened to the letter "O" here. The chicken : Hearts kidneys must constantly remove waste

-shaped like a machine nut-in the wire is there for the ;!":"": ": .... w, ,<../.\ that cannot stay in the blood without in-

word "production." protection of j >.. .., ".'.<.......h Burleigh Grimes pitched the third jury to health of why there the would whole be body better suffers understanding .fiii.-

The artist is Jean Karlu, as freea specj. :<<. .. game for St. Louis. The Cards won when kidneys lag and diuretic medication
tators., 0.. '.:,'"" would be often employed.
,' more
Frenchman as ever worked with ( again, 4-3. The anguished cries from
Burning:, scanty or too frequent urination -
one arm. He lost his right arm Brooklyn could be heard plainly in sometimes warn of disturbed kidney

fighting for Democracy in the first Right: A pulley-i Newfoundland.That function. You may suffer nagging: back.
': ache, persistent headache, attacks of dizziness
World war and, until the fall of driven drum-; revolves "i" series broke the Dodgers' getting up nights swelling, puffiness -

France, was doing an expert left- in the bed of hearts. With only seven games left all_played under out.the eyes-feet weak, nervous,

handed job painting posters for the the various tracks, to play, they lost four straight. The Use Doan's Pills. It is better to rely on
French government. p.r Cards stomped through their last a medicine that has won world-wide acclaim .
or courses. When than on something less favorably
Recently arrived in this country, I the wheels the nine games, giving a young, loud- known. Ask your neighbor
Karlu wanted to continue his fight of ',. mouthed hurler a chance to show

for a free France. He. submittedhis racer are placed on his mettle in their windup against v .

poster idea in sketch form and the revolving drum.themotoriscranl 0" :.' Pittsburgh. It was Dizzy Dean's big

OPM officials snapped it up. ed. I "',"' league debut. He won 3-1.




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Dazed"Lady,and you shaky better as come the fall lnslde of her!" ( I Solving Your Apron Problem I I

'MSMOKY Y killed horse had left her, Jody Gor-
: don still appeared the most self! .
possessed of them all as she al-, the Water Lily. Ingenious gores
lowed herself to be led into the lit- make the fetching style at, lower
" tie cabin at which she had hoped too left;, an applique cactus is on the

. By ALAN it MAY W. N.U. Release find Bill Roper. i, waistband, and rickrack trims.
The shack in which she now found, The softly flared apron at top is
INSTALLMENT 12 to face again after so long a time. ap-
herself was a cramped makeshift! pliqued with' huge water lilies.
THE STORY SO FAR: She tried to imagine what she was intended only as a shelter for cow-' *

I Dusty King and Lew Gordon had built up going to say to him, and was 'completely boys, storm-caught while riding the'' Complete patterns for the two aprons
A vast string of ranches In the West. King unable. She wondered how northern limits of the Fork Creek1', come as Z9364, 15 cents. They are grand
was killed by his powerful and unscrupulous he would look, and whether he wouldbe range. A single lantern hung from for gifts or party' prizes. Send your order
competitor Ben Thorpe. .Bill Roper glad to see her. to:
. a roof pole; and now, by its yellow
I King's adopted son. was determined to Now Shoshone Wilce reached out
light the two men studied her withan
'
of the opposition
avenge his death In spite to catch her bridle reins, and they AUNT MARTHA
unconcealed amazement."By .
j and her
of his sweetheart Jody Gordon
She started to,'ask what Box 166-W Kansas City, Mo.
j father. After wiping Thorpe out of Texas, stopped. God," said the older of the
; Roper conducted a great raid upon the vast, was the matter, but checked her- two, "it's a girl, all right!" Enclose 15 cents for each pattern '
J Montana ranches. Told self. Wilce had become tensely desired. Pattern No..............
herds on Thorpe's The other man, tall enough so that '
t that Jody had disappeared, he left his men watchful, and she saw that he was the door at his back looked small, APRON problem! 'It is solved Name ............................... .

.: and set out for the home of Lew Gordon a listening. was much the younger of the two., with two exciting new Address .............................
1 man who was once his partner but was After a moment or two of utter His face was prematurely hardcutthe 'motifs in the Accordion Flare and
Gordon had tried to '
; his Jody
now enemy.
stillness, Wilce whispered "Wait, a face of a man who even in
reconcile her father with toper; He n-
I ,minute and pushed his horse slow- effectivenessin
She then ; youth had learned an
fused to compromise with Roper.
set out with Shoshone Wilce. one of Roper's ly forward into the dark. For a little action I upon which he could well MBgb'E'
men to find him. : while as he moved away from rely. He spoke sharply. I Kremlin a FortressThe I e.
her she could see the tall black silhouette "Jim you know who this is? .:1 "j.11 J:1:1: ,r.n-."
CHAPTER'XVII of his horse against the pale That's Lew Gordon's girl!" WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER at 5S
snow, but soon this blurred with "Good Lord Almighty! I believe Kremlin in Moscow is the
Shoshone Wilce, riding with Jody the darkness and was lost. you're right!" most concentrated.seat of govern-

Gordon through the same hundred- Growing impatient at last, and a "It's her, sure enough!" ment in the world, says Collier's.Its Being Happy

mile snow which screened Bill Roper -I little uneasy, Jody moved her pony "So you know me?" Jody said. 60-odd buildings: built to con- The world would be' better and
and Tex Long in their raid on the : ahead after Shoshone. There was a tain the homes as well as the of-
"I seen once in Ogallala, and brighter if people were taught the
Little Dry, found himself the most moment or two of panic, in which it you fices of Russians most important of
another time in Bandera. duty being happy, as well as
bewildered and the most unhappy of seemed that she had lost him alto- executives within the small space the
The older shifted his to happiness of doing their duty.
man eyes of 90 is surrounded
acres, by a
men. gether in the dark; but her
pony To be
his turn of the happy ourselves is a most
partner. "Queerest
brick
He could have refused to guide 50-foot wall Avith 19 great
cards he said "I seen' in all effectual contribution to the hap
ever
,
Jody Gordon to Bill Roper's rendez- guard towers.. To avoid sabotage,
vous; he thought it improbable that i my born days!" all visitors have been barred from piness bock.iarv. of others.-Sir John Lub-

Jody Gordon would have been ableto F The younger, man's voice was this fortress since 1934.
locate the rendezvous alone. But I sharp and strained. "Jim, we got
it / to get her out of here, and get her
::; whether she found or merely got
The men in the service them-
out quick!
herself lost, Shoshone Wilce would !
selves have solved the problemof
The called Jim appeared to
man
have been answerable to Bill Roperfor
: r rlff what they want in the way of
leaving her to attempt the ride consider intently, his eyes still on theother's gifts from the folks back home.
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alone. rlr : face. "I ain't' so sure, he
First hand information from en- Leaf40JUST -0t1R-
The alternative he had chosen of- said after a moment. listed men on shipboard, in camps "Cap-Brush"Applicator,1
fered no greater prospect for a long ,r .r r "You talk like a fool," the youngerman and barracks indicate that tobaccois A V makes GO MUCH"BUCK FARTHER l AF 4
and helpful life. Lew Gordon wouldgo snapped at his superior. "Look first choice in the gift line-up. DASH IN FEATHERS..
wild as a wounded 'silvertip at what we got! We' got the ''law backof Actual sales figures from service OR SPREAD ON ROOSTSGrowth
the disappearance of his daughter; us. We got the most powerful stores show that the favorite cigarette -
and King-Gordon cowboy in cowman in the West back of us. We with men in the Army,
every 1 got one of the biggest rewards that's Navy, Marines and Coast Guard is
the country would be scouring the i/ Camel. Prince Albert Smoking in Silence
brakes after Shoshone's scalp. ever been hung up, right ready to Tobacco is another special favo-
drop into our hands. We've located Silence,,is the element in which
Jody believed now that the split rite. Local dealers feature Camelsby
1between Lew Gordon and Bill Roperwas I ? Roper's main shebang, after work-: the carton and Prince Albertin great things fashion themselves together -
the basis of inconceivable dis ing on it for months. We got all the pound tins as doubly wel- ; that at length they may
aster-not ,only immediate and personal I "fill the odds in the world in our fa- come gifts to the men in the service emerge, full-formed and majestic,
but far-reaching in its import vor-and here comes this girl and from 'the folks back home.- into the delights of life, which they

to the cow country. Together, those JJTQ bogs the whole works!" I Adv. ,are henceforth to rule.-Carlyle.

two very different cattlemen could "Just how do you figure she bogsit

have beaten Thorpe, and consolidated ?"
the King-Gordon empire. "We got every chance of nailingour

Separated, Lew Gordon and Bill man, right here, any hour now.
Roper were mutually destructive; But don't ever think we'll nail him
Lew Gordon was probably right that without a hell of a sharp fight. Sup

Bill Roper's savage attacks upon pose this girl gets hurt in this fight, '
the Thorpe interests were the cause or gets loose and loses herself, or
of Ben Thorpe's heavy reprisalsupon runs out of luck some other way?
King-Gordon. And even though Wilce whispered", "Waita The quicker we get'' her out of an am.?'; o m

Roper might bring down Ben Thorpein minute. here-" MIAOI.

the end, which still seemed in- "Can't.",
knew where the other was if she
credible, he could never profit by did not and presently brought her "What's the reason we can't?"
,
his victory, even if he lived. Unless alongside. "We got the bear by the tail. She's'dynamite

Gordon and Roper could;,be recon- ; so .long as she's 'here j ,._
sitting j --'-- -,,, -- .- -- -- --' -- '- '
ciled, Roper would in the end be- Shoshone Wilce was per- .: -r" :; : > : ; : : :;: ; ,;"
motionless his horse staring I grant you that.. But what if 1 ; '- :
fectly on ) JFedstXforthekedstDisadvantageous ; :E; !
come just one more outlawed cow-
boy whose trails could have ahead into a darkness to which we leave her go? She warns" Roper __ .f" _' ; -" .: :':__ ..; ::: !it'::::. _.
no
off. Then where are we?
meaning, and only one end. the; snow gave a curiously deceptive
. Jody Gordon had one other motivein luminosity that did not aid the eye. The younger man's eyes were Tales amused, and laugh at the tune,
keen with a repressed excitement.
"I like this Sho-
don't
attempting the all but hopeless so good, "Jim-you figure she come to meet A man should be careful never but they will be remembered, and
shone said."What's .
reconciliation: She believed her fa Bill Roper here?" to tell tales of himself to his own brought up against him upon some
ther's life to be in the sharpest dan- the matter? disadvantage; people may be subsequent occasion.-Johnson.
"No lights." "She didn't come here by 'accident -
ger. Bill Roper, an even harder
fighter than the old trail breaker They moved ,ahead a little now, ," Leathers said with convic-

who had trained him, would auto- Jody holding her pony beside that tion, "any more than you or me. FIRST WITH r MEN IN THE ARMY.? CAMELS!
matically' take those precautionsthat of Shoshone Wilce. Shoshone moved And she sure didn't come here to

would safeguard her father's his horse forward twenty paces, and throw in with us."

life if once they could be broughtto stopped again for a full minute'thenten A swift panic struck Jody with the
paces more. shock of a blow in the face. If
work
together again. )
But the first move toward recon- Jody said, "What in the world-" Jim Leathers wished, he could hold BELIEVE ME, YD WALK ,,.
ciliation Wilce seized her arm and silenced I her here-literally as bait with
from Bill
must
come Roper
himself. If she could persuade Roper her with, a quick shake. Then sud- which to draw the man whom it was WHEN YOU A MILE FOR

to this, there was a bare possibility denlyAn his mission to kill. If Shoshone REALLY WANT A A CAMEL'SMOKETHERES
/ oath and could reach
that she could also manageher inarticulate snarled in Wilce had got clear, "
father. Shoshone's throat: ; he snatched at Roper, Roper would certainly attackas ANY TIME.MAN \

It was a forlorn- hope; but, as she Jody's rein, whirling her pony. His soon as the best ponies of the. ,' .
saw it, of such vital importance thatit own horse came straight up on its raiders could bring him. NOTHING LIKE WHAT FLAVOR!
could no longer be ignored. It hind legs as he spun it at close "I'm getting sick of this," Jody

was as if events that would alter quarters. told Jim Leathers. "You owe rne A CAMEL uj4
the whole history of the cow countrylay "Get going!" he said between his a horse; there can't possibly be
in her persuasion of these two teeth; and brought his romal down any argument about that. I'll haveto
stubborn men. She rode doggedlynow I across her pony's flank in a snapping ask you to rope a pony and bring
with set face, trusting Sho- cut that made it plunge ahead. him to my saddle-and I'll be on
She heard the rip of steel on leatheras "
shone to find the way. my way!
They rode until after midnight, Shoshone's gun came out. ,Then Slowly Leathers shook his head. ;
blind,- as far as 'Jody could see, in the silence of the night explodedinto "You won't give me a pony?" r
the wet fall of the snow. They threw happenings that were incredible. "I'm afraid-you'll have to wait '

down their bedrolls then in the shel- until your friends come, lady." 'k
ter of stunted snow-laden trees, and I IZL Two guns smashed out in a swift For Jody Gordon's white flash of
Shoshone Wilce measured grain for flurry of detonation. A queer whis- anger there was no outlet whatever.She .
the horses onto his own poncho. tling grunt was knocked out of Jo- turned away to hide from them
They pushed on again early the dy's horse. ,It dropped from under the furious tears that sprang into
next morning, miserable in the raw her, and the ground struck upward her eyes. She took off her sheepskincoat
dawn, after coffee which Shoshone with stunning violence. and flung it on the table for
made in a frying pan. All day long For a moment Jody Gordon lay the room was very hot; but be-
they rode steadily, stopping 'only motionless, her cheek buried in the cause her fingers were still chilledto I* BASED ON ACTUAL SALES RECORDS IN ARMY POST
once for bread and bacon, and to cool snow. She was aware of fur- the bone she pulled off her gloves, EXCHANGES AND SALES COMMISSARIESTHE
bolster their horses with more grain. ther firing, and more than one run- tucked them in her belt, and wentto
Just before ,dusk they climbed a ning horse, and she tasted blood the shallow fireplace to hold out
long rocky ridge which commandedthe from a cut lip; but at first she was her hands to the flames. SMOKE OF SLOWER-BURNING CAMELS CONTAINS
length of a shallow valley set unable to think.Someone They went on talking now in the
brokenly with juniper and ragged said, "Well,' we got one drawling, well-considered speech of
cedar. of 'em, anyway." the trail, long pauses marking ev, 28\% LESS NICOTINEthan
Shoshone motioned her to stop her "Haul him inside." ery interchange. Whatever else they

horse. "Wait a minute." "Look out now, Bud-no funny might ,think, of her, they evidentlydid
Far down the valley Jody Gordon business." The voice was unknownto not consider that she 'implied the average of the 4 other largest- ""
could -see a faint haze that blurredthe her, as was the figure that now any necessity to secrecy. '
less than
brush and runty timber. bent over her. Suddenly the man "If Roper is on his ,way," the selling cigarettes tested- any C
"That's smoke," Shoshone Wilce jerked forward to peer at her more younger rider said thoughtfully, of them-according to independent
said at last. "This ought to be the closely. "and this side rider of hers has got scientific tests of the smokeitself I Y

place." "What the-Hey! It's CalamityJane loose, and meets him, so that Roper -
"So we really got here at last. ." or somebody!" knows what he's up against-that
"Two hours more." "Jody Gordon struggled to her feet might be kind of bad medicine,
"The smoke-that means he's shock giving way to anger. "You Jim. If he's got his war-riders with
there." fools, are you crazy? Bill Roper will him-"
Shoshone Wilce, suspicious and kill you for this!" "I've missed hooking up with Roper \.
doubtful by temperament, was less There was a moment's silence, twenty times when I thought I Y'Y 'rCa 'i4de
sure., "Don't know if it's him. Some- and she sensed rather than saw that had him," Leathers said. "I'd soon-
body's there Or, anyway, some- they Kvere\ looking at each other. er meet up with him on any terms, ,: / : *'r_ _
body's been there." "Bill Roper," one of them repeated. than carry back the word that I I :
A swift panic chilled Jody at the "She says she's. looking for Bill fell down."
thought: of meeting Bill! Roper face Roper! (TO BE CONTINUED)

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