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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 19, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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i ,iVOLUME 12-NUMBER 41 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1941 SUBSCRIPTION$2.00 PER YEAR

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McSHEEHAN SPEAKSTO New Engineer To Senatorial Candidate? Navy To Advertise' I CONSTRUCTION OF '


Replace Broadfoot In Florida Press

KIWANIANS ON I I I r:: :i";:::::?"'" :.",. :,::':.>;':.':" ::!(,:,<::;:::,..>;'..' I NEW CATTLE FEED


A. R. Broadfoot, engineer in Keathley Bowden, editor of the


:; f' AIR SCHOOL WORK II since charge the of ,transfer the Clewiston of Carawan sub-office Nelson iAs; !! I News lando, Tuesday attended at a which meeting Bruce in Bar-Or- ; PENS HAS BEGUNActual


nine months ago, received
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ton, former and ad-
congressman
'' :,,:: The Kiwanis Club heldone- of I notice last Friday of his transferon construction of the new
. -I.: a temporary assignment to thuI vertising executive and Capt. F. E.
: the most interesting meetings in I I and improved feeding pens for dry-
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I construction department of the dis- M. Whiting, director of naval recruiting : lot feeding' by the United States
. .: ; many months on Wednesday night trict office in Jacksonville: for work ,
: told 196 and
weekly daily i|I Sugar Corporation was begun this
of this week when it entertained J on ,airports and other defense
.I '%!ift newspaper editors of a gigantic advertising i I week and completion of the pens is
the members of the Clewiston projects.Mr.' I I' expected within a short time.
Broadfoot will be replaced plan to be put into effectin :
school faculty and heard a most There will be four large pens
A. Read at Florida in cities under -
here by Wm. present newspapers
128
feet in
length by 116 feet in
interesting talk on construction % r./ r
civilian engineer on the Sebring 50,000 population starting Sep
width: placed on the spoil bank of
,. work at the Riddle-McKay Aero airport and formerly in charge of tember 24.
I the highway canal just west of the
; College by C. W. McSheehau, con- ; the Tampa sub-office of U. S. En- The campaign will start with old dairy buildings. The spoil

:_ struction superintendent for the C. I gineers. Taking his place at Seb- four ads: of 1,000 lines each, run- I I bank has been graded down and is

f:,'. Fi Wheeler Company. ring wilt'be Wm. W. Sullivan, formerly ning one each week for four weeks. being so arranged as to permit

'" assistant to ''Mr Broadfoot here ,,: The weeklies will present their ads ,
: gravity drainage which will be supplemented -
Mr. McSheehan explained that I and more recently head of civilian ; jj jjr on the next publication day after I I' by soil pipe placed under

there were many things concerned in the West Palm Beach
engineers September 24 will
> so the News car- the pens. The will be placed
'I I pens
with the air school
which he was office. ry its first ad in next week's issue, 'lengthwise along the spoil bank
unable to discuss but despite this I Mr. Read is expected to 'I :
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," r September 26. "If it is found, east to west-'with a forty-eight loot
he was able to give a most interesting in Clewiston next Monday and Mr. I said '
: Capt. Whiting, "that the ads center space between each pairof
'j; description of the field and I Broadfoot. will remain here for a get results then, there will be a I pens.

'. of the school which was greatly i ii ( few days to, 'explain details of the repeat order to those papers for The present bridge across the

enjoyed by those who have not I Okeechobee-Caloosahatchee project five ads of 800 lines each. ,The I canal will be moved to a point op-
had the opportunity of visiting the leaving for Jacksonville on or before total
lines will run about a million posite this center space and a drive-

work. I the first of October.Mr. Hon. Elbert L. Stewart and a half. way provided in front of the pens

The speaker stated that there were Broadfoot stated that as this Capt. Whiting. told the news- either way from center. Visitors

now working at the.. field some 200 was only a temporary assignmentthat
papermen and recruiting officers may park their cars in front of the

men and that in the four-section I his family 'would probably remain -I STEWART MENTIONED that the present 10,000' monthly pens and walk around them to view

field the northwest section for weeks
was now ,in Clewiston several recruits must be increased to 13- the cattle.

levelled off, and holes filled and before joining him, possibly. until
000 for the months
next four and
Just south or the center are the
ready for planes. There will be : the end of the year.
AS CANDIDATE after 1
I, FOR January the navy desires four octagonal pens which are
four such fields and all will be I Both Mr. and Mrs. Broadfoot
I' 15,000 recruits, a month to bring used for separating the cattle
levelled, sodded and kept neatly have been very active in Baptist
i, the present personnel of 265,000to brought in for placing in the fat-
mowed. J Church work and other community SENATOR NEXT YEARElbert
I 367,000. tening pens. Entrance to these is

The four _b arracks, he said, are !! affairs and will be much missedin Barton said that this campaign gained by a ramp on the south
In turn Mr. Broad-
Clewiston.
. now nearing'completion and provide I "is the first time the United States side and scales will be provided at
foot states that he 'sincerely regrets 'L. Stewart
accommodations for 208 Hendry County -
ca1dets government has formally recognizedthe the side of this ramp so that each;

which will require a personnel ] leaving his present position. He representative for several terms, advertising columns-of the na animal may be weighed with a
of sixty or more instructors and has been on the Okeechobee proj-
was mentioned as a possible candidate tion's press. minimum of trouble.
service men. He described the lay ect almost since its beginning. I I
for the State Senate from this I Shelters run the full length of ,
out of the field, and the recreational I
I district the pens and are thirty-six feet in:
facilities which include ten- / by the Fort Myers News-
width. This provides for a twelve-
nis courts, a swimming pool, basketball'and CIRCUIT COURT ENDS', Press this week when ,it announcedthat MORE WORKERS ARE foot walkway down the center witha -

volley ball courts. former sheriff Bob King of twelve-foot either
feeding area on
Forty planes are expected in the Lee County would be a candidatefor NEEDED FOR LOCAL side. Troughs similar to those now
first contingent, and cadets are I THREE-DAY TERM ON
senator. B. C. Papy, Key West,: in use will be built for the feed-
to arrive
expected'-' to begin train-I

ing very: Shortly.;; He said he knew i representative,. is also being con- i ing of raw molasses and for the
RED CROSS
S. ( ( CENTER mixed feed of raw molasses and
many of these'' English cadets, personally r WEDNESDAY NIGHT I sidered .as a candidate. I lemon-grass pulp. The shelters will

-:, and that they were fine Questioned regarding his pos- I be substantially constructed and

.. fellows and_would be well-liked in'I'r. sible candidacy this morning Mr., With the fourth and iron. Eave
sheet
with
roofed
.' Clewiston'.'tfThese 'The fall term : of circuit court largest I
: boys, he said, are |[ I Stewart replied "no comment.-
,
quota of garments for troughs and' gutters will carry rain
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Circuit
-; very much iuCerfcsteji t .inJth' was '.closedja y dnes4ay by 1 1I
t"'f1y'-:1 I Judge Whitehurst with' five cases However_idose friends say'that. he I i lief not' quite .half completed, -the I water into ;catch basins and throughsoil
ing and that, after watching j ,
) I is considering making the .race.'I N pilJi ..'.)1't drainage canal
train he felt little worry regarding i j disposed of during the three-day I 'I''local Red"Cr6slcha '';'-through its J -
David Elmer Ward is the pres- Bvery''ef ort": ; 'will- be. made'to
the outcome of the war. i I session.Mrs. Mrs.: F. Deane
J I ent state senator from this district I production chairman, make the feeding pens as attrac-

Commenting on the appointmentof Doris Scott of Clewiston, which includes Monroe, Collier, Duff, is appealing for more work- tive as possible and they have
G. Willis Tyson to have charge I' who was charged with assault with I i
. Lee and Hendry Counties but it is ers to help with sewing and knit been placed along the highway in
intent to commit murder for her
of, the field he said that Mr. Tyson '
'
rumored that he expects to enter order that they will attract the

,. was not only a splendid flier 'but attack on Miss Eva Grantham hereon i the race for 'Congressman-at-large I ting.The attention of' motorists. Accom-
May 10 of last year; was found j Red Cross workroom is openin
he knew the ground work as well next modations for from 400 to 500 cattle -
and had the: confidence and respect not guilty by a jury after only a, year. I the .Community Center each Mon .._ ana toe main.
I :Mr. King's announcement was I day and ,Friday, morning and afternoon will be provided
of the cadets and the instructors. few minutes deliberation. The at II
definite and while he conceded thatit '. done there aim of the corporation is to show'f
be
Work ,
Following Mr. McSheehan's talk I l tack, in which Miss Grantham received may f of
the value of dry-lot finishing
was a bit early believed that he 'or There
be taken home. are
from may
two severe gashes a
Prof. R. W. Turk introduced the II feeds.
had the support for an early an- 132 j layettes and seven 'womens' and'girls' steers using Florida grown
members of the faculty and ex- I knife, occurred in front of the Hay 450 head
To date approximately
nouncement. He also stated that hand-ma-
'' where Miss Grantham dresses still on
plained the various courses 'which building was and'
I of cattle have been purchased
visiting her sister, Mrs. Arthur Hall he expected several other candi- 'terial cut and waiting for volunteers -
each taught. J. E. Beardsley con- : .
J the Para pasture-
dates 'would be in the race from to do the needed sewing. The placed on grass'
and is said to have resulted after
,ducted a novel name quiz for the Here
purpose of better acquainting every- !! Miss Grantham had made slighting other counties in the district and I quota 'is short 20 sweaters, eleven adjacent"to have the available fattening at pens.all times

Scott's also others from Lee County. men's sox, 21 mittens, and 24 they
|| remarks to Mrs. daughter.
one with the names of the teachers. molasses salt and essential''
,
her I I Mr. Stewart is a veteran legis- beanies. In making these figuresof raw
There were thirty-three present,>Mrs. Scott in. own defense, minerals. All of these will be plac-
at the meeting.Construction. !I said Miss Grantham struck her in lator, is' well-known over the entire -' garments completed, all garmentsor when the
ed in the fattening pens
I'I'I senatorial
I the eye with ,her handbag to start district and is an sweaters which, have been given .
I I experimental period begins.All
I the trouble. able campaigner. Should he decideto out to volunteers were considered

of New,I I make the race for the senate lie as completed, and the numbers steers purchased by the cor-
Paul Thomas, LaBelle negro, was : Florida-
f portion to date have been
will be placed at once in, the bracketof given as unfinished have yet to be ,
Telephone Line Begun found guilty of manslaughter in chief contenders. I taken from the stock-room. bred cattle, all with some trace of

the slaying of another negro named I. breeding, and purchased within a
-
I Eighteen members of the local
Boyd and was sentenced, to serve radius of 150 miles of Clewiston.
The Inter-County Telephone and two years in the state prison at Cub Scouts MayOrganize j'chapter have received hundred-hour

Telegraph Company has erected I Raiford. He claimed selfdefense.Perry I pins.: They are Mrs. W. M. Brad-

better than two miles of new poles T. Williams and Earle HereW. nack, :Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. W.. Typical Weather For

/ westward from the junction of I H. Lanier, Mrs. A. L .Hackett, Mrs.R. ,
Taylor plead guilty to robbing the I II
roads 67 and 25 toward the Riddle- Y. Patterson, Mrs. J. A. Mc- September So Far
N. J. Archer home here on June 1
McKay Aero College and within a I I C. Owen, local Boy Scout l'Gehee, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. R. C.
sentenced to
and were eigh-
short time should have the new line I teen months In Raiford.serve Williams i commissioner, sent out form letters Wilson, Mrs. F. D. Duff, Mrs. N. V.

complete.The this week to all parents of boys of I 1S. Mumford, Mrs. O. F. Thompson, Although there ,hava been no
his address as Miami and
to gave :Cub scout age,. from nine to twelve Mrs. Frank Rodriguez,- Mrs. Gratton storm warnings of .any' note so far
company expects move the Taylor as St. Augustine. Both had
switchboard now in use at Clewis- prison records. I years, explaining;! the set-up for establishing George, Miss Shirley Rodriguez, during September there have been

a Cub Pack in Clewis- Mrs. Dean King, Mrs. Charles Fuller unsettled conditions in the Gulf
ton to the. school
flying and install I
The case against Willie Collier, ton. The form letters :contained an Mrs. W. W. Perry and Mrs. J. and in the Atlantic on either side
a new two-operator switch- I
board here. Delivery has been charged with stealing a car from application blank to be filled out F. Morrison. All garments must I of the Florida peninsula during the

promised on the new switchboard LaBelle Motor Company, was nolle by the parent or parents. I be complete$ by December 1. past week or so which have. brought

'. early in October. pressed and statutory charges I The letters were distributed to Seven other members have com- I rains and cooler weather tc the

against Richard E. Drake were carried the boys at school of this age who pleted 70 or more .hours work and state and to this section.

over to the next term of court i took them to parents, thus covering -. will soon qualify for' a pin. In The heaviest rain reported by
f
Legion To Meet I because a main 'witness was ill. every boy of ,this age attend- addition to the adult members, sixteen any of, the Western Division stations -

Several Clewiston men were call- ing school. members of the Junior Red I of the United States Sugar

At Jackman Ranch I ed for jury duty and others were The Cub program, the letter explains I Cross are helping with the work. i Corporation was at Bare Beach on

_,: called as witnesses in various cases. is not a part of Boy Scout At Harlem Academy, Clewiston: I Monday, 2.08 inches but -one East-
--
:> '...h work but is a preparatory course colored school, thirty children volunteered / ern Division recording was 2.61
:. : The American Legion held a
PUBLIC INVITED TOTEACHER I for becoming a Boy Scout_at the to help, and under the inches. Clewiston had .51 inches
short business meeting followingtheir j
RECEPTIONThe age of 12. Most of the work is supervision of their teachers are Sunday, .35 inches Monday and ,.26

monthly I dinner at the Clewis- I done by the boys in .the home under I II engaged in making patchwork quilts I' Tuesday with light showers almost
ton Inn
on Tuesday night of last
}r.;.....' week and accepted the invitation Parent-Teacher' Association I the supervision of the parent. This i iI ( from the small pieces. of pink and every day.Maximum:

Q:- ;;;; invites the public to 'a reception for makes it necessary for the parents j blue outing left from the layettes. temperatures have
; of Cecil Jackman to attend a bar I
''''' teachers of the Clewiston School jto learn something of the work and II III j Since the time is drawing near dropped into the eighties and
h-: : becue at his ranch on the next : I
next Tuesday evening at 8 o'clockin j agree to 'the supervision. i for the completion of the quota additional minimums into the sixties.To .
<' meeting night, October 14 6:30 I I
fi- at I
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the Community Center. The American Legion post will I volunteers are urged: to
f-y'' o'clock. All members of the local
post in Clewiston, LaBelle and I: The school band will make its act as sponsor group if such "a spon- I help complete the work. safeguard ,and preserve the-

first public appearance, and a num- sor is required. Knitters in the local Red Cross Defense-
Moore Haven are urged to attend. American way of life-buy
ber of musical selections are being Scout Executive Fred L. Treet of I workroom have volunteered to instruct I'
A discussion ofthe Savings Bonds and, Stamps.own .
i holding of arranged.The .
Bradenton has arranged to be hero beginners in knitting.

,! another carnival this year occupied hospitality committee of the afternoon LaBelle
on Tuesday September 'eral ladies from are sev-I I

most, of the time at this meeting Parent-Teacher Association, under 30, to meet with interested par I'ning to come over for
'
and it was left to the discretion of the chairmanship of Mrs. J. W. ents at, the Community Center and j J:in order to begin work on their needles and a small ball of

the recreation committee whetheror Ezelle, is in charge of the arrange- give them instructions in the work j I quota next week. Anyone wishingto I yarn to the workroom any Monday

not it should be held. ments. (Continued on Page 8) I I' learn to knit ,should bring their or Friday.'.








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grows at our
: HAPPINESS
own and is not to iiuui
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,,', be dens.-Douglas picked in strangers'Jerrold. gar- R E EN 4&7SCREEN ? Parsley is much easier' to cut' Spices hold their flavor better r

el lo if washed in hot instead of cold kept tightly covered in a cool pan
Happy hearts and happy face water. try.
Happy play in grassy places, By VIRGINIA VALE .
That was how, in ancient ages, Washington, D. C. (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) For salad
Children to kings and sages. a quick cut tomatoes When fitting; pastry into a pi
Robert grew Louis Stevenson. U. S. BASES IN AFRICAThe practically all ''the in thin slices, spread each with a never stretch it. Lay it in plact
HpHOUGH
1- public doesn't generally knowit mixture of salad dressing, sar- and allow
We have committed the Golden Hollywood are hav- at least half an inch 01
though Nazi agents do, but the dines, chopped pickles and olives the
edges when
let us trimming. Pastry
Rule to memory; is and efficiently ing their hair cut very short, and
Edwin United States very quietly serve on shredded lettuce. shrinks when baked.
now ''commit. it to life.- building up a series of stra- Myrna Loy is holding out for ,., ,., '
Markham.To bases along the coast of Af- She's us'a
tegic longer locks. showing Whitewashed'walls be
may eas- To skin
tomatoes
is
easily place
be seventy years young rica to guard against a Nazi air ,
sometimes far more cheerfuland from Dakar to South Amer- new hair-do in "The Shadow of ily papered, if' they are first them in a basin, pour boiling
hopeful than to be forty putsch the Thin Man," however. Part- washed with strong vinegar; The water over them and let them

years old. Oliver Wendell ica.First of these bases will be air- ed in the center, the hair is rolled lime acid in the'vinegar will attach the stand a,minute. You will find thai
making a rough surface to. the. skin can be removed without
Holmes. dromes at Freetown, in the British behind the ears and caught by a which the will adhere.
colony of Sierra Leone, now being barrett,, or a bow at the nape of the paper any trouble.
developed by Pan American Air- heck in a cluster of curls. She likes i

ways on the airplane ferrying routeto variety, says she, and that's why
: Why Invent Words? Egypt. she likes fairly long hair. Inci- LNovelty Gardens H

Second will be an important air- dentally, the Coast hairdressers are to Make
Some writers go to the trouble drome in Liberia, the Afro-American worried for fear that the tightly _
of inventing words, which few out- colony just south of Freetown. shorn locks of the heroine of "For
';'! side their own circle can under- Equally important will be a subma- Whom the Bell Tolls" will becometoo miring ,friends ask "How on earth!
stand. The English .language is rine base in Liberia. popular, so on the screen did they get there?"

;;, extremely rich in words, and not' The Liberian airdrome is now 'they'll be longer than in the book, ur Bottle terrariums are almost as
'; impoverished. In'the ;unabridged being built in co-operation with the we're told.Jimmy simple to make as the more,usual
edition of the English dictionarythere Firestone Rubber company. --7r.---'1/ kind. Pour in some drainage ma

} -, are some' 500,000 words, far. Purpose of these bases is to take Dorsey's band will furnish terial, pebbles, perhaps, and then
more than any man can: ,hope to( the place of the U. S. fleet in the the music for "The Fleet's In," the add soil. Shake and tilt the bottle
use. Shakespeare had a vocabu-. South Atlantic. Long ago, U/ S. navy musical on which Paramount as you pour in each layer tint!
lary of only 15,000 words, compared naval strategists figured they could certainly seems to 'be shooting the 'it lies evenly.
with 60,000 used by the edu-. reduce materially the number of works. Dorothy Lamour, William .

cated adult today. Milton used U. S. warships around Hawaii and Holden and Eddie Bracken head the Our 32-page booklet gives complete dlrectlons
17,000 different words, and the' California, if there were enough big cast, which includes Betty Button, ,for making terrariums and disl
i Bible contains only 7,200 different' bombing planes on the Pacific island Cass Daley and Gil Lamb. William gardens of all kinds-including landscaped
words. bases to patrol the Pacific.So Schertzinger directs. gardenia, orchid _terrariums. Tells hog
to grow kitchen-window herb gardens
U: S. bombing planes
now operating -5Vv- Send your order to:
k The best way to find out what to ,from the African coast will Gregg Toland, who did the cam-
c-- send soldiers in' camp is to ask do the same thing for the South At- work Samuel Goldwyn's "The
era on
the soldiers themselves. Surveys: lantic in order to guard,against Nazi READER.HOME SERVICE
among the men with the, colors' moves from Vichy dominated Little Foxes, recently picked outHollywood's Plants; Flowers Grow Rapidly 635 Sixth Avenue New York City
'' show cigarettes and smoking to-' Dakar. 10 most interesting Enclose 10 centS in coin for your
bacco head the list. Actual sales faces-said that they had one thing A DELIGHTFUL mystery! 'He- copy of GLASS GARDENS AND
The problem of shutting off a Nazi liotrope with sweet clusters of NOVELTY INDOOR
: GARDENS.
; records from'service stores in the'Army
; blitz in the South Atlantic is much rry,.:. ,,,-:;,,,:;,;: ;: j"t: PWMt; K@:r.{ tiny flowers graceful palms and .....".
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a Navy, Marine Corps and' Name. .. .... .................
Coast 'Guard show the largest-. harder than in the Pacific, due to ivy-striped pandanuS-all growing Address.................... ..........
distances in the Atlan- !
-.' selling cigarette is Camel. Prince one factor: merrily in a,small-necked jug. Ad-
_<: Albert Smoking Tobacco is well- tic are about one-third less than .
:-r::' -' known as the "National Joy those in the Pacific.
':--: Smoke." A carton of Camels or a .
:_' pound tin ,of Prince Albert is al.*
BAD EGGSA
;'>.. ways'welcome, doubly welcome
member of the British air mis-
around the end of the month. Local
,', tobacco dealers are featuring sion in Washington, back after a
{; these brands as ideal gifts for men flying trip to England, has a reporton If you bake at home use

,:': in the service.-Adv. food conditions that is a com-

bination of humor and hard, unpal-

: atable fact.Regarding. FLEISCHMANN'SFRESH
1'"f 1'- SXJQSEEH.Hitting the, food shortage in
;:
England he says that eggs in most
WORIII'S LARGEST SELLER AT IO places axe unobtainable. The rationis
,
one egg per person per week. YEAST
Some millions of eggs shipped from .
the United States were all bad.
f\" "Bacon and is _
the Line eggs" today unknown -

: In life, as in a .football game, in England. The nearest approach FIEISC
the principle to follow is: Hit the, is bacon and "egg," and if .44kt kMANH'S

; line hard; don't foul and don't the day you want it is not egg day, GARY COOPERin ,Luse, !
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shirk, but hit the lire hard._ -Theodore you have to be-:content with bacon
':. Roosevelt. and tomato instead. common, a something that "time The

Sugar is limited to half a lump cannot dim nor custom stale."

y.. per person per meal. At Claridge's, They are Gary Cooper, Gloria NouseholdFaYOrite, w b e Q
; one sardine per person per day is Swanson, Ingrid Bergman, Frederic ,,

40ODOIUO i the most, sardines anyone can ob- March, Marlene Dietrich, ,Frank of Four Generations! a lri,
irons tain.; Next in scarcity at this swank Morgan, John Qualen, Bette Davis {
MENEIL'S London hostel is butter. At each and Ronald Colman. He explainedthat

tAtCfOTTU :, meal, you"get a vast dish in which their faces register character,

: .. you may be able to'discern two little intelligence and physical magnetism -

S1JO y t ,. REMEDYRHEUMATISMS dabs, each smaller than a penny. adding that Bette was tops
; among the women, Cooper among -- -
6c Fresh fruit is nearly non-existent.

There are no oranges at all. The the men. Aiding Another aging him, to think for himself,
Sts ( cedReILe X'The
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returning Britisher also reports that The only way in which one human instead of endeavoring to instill I
the general shortage of clothing re- Canadian government has being can properly attemptto ] ready-made opinions into his head.
sults in sloppy dressing.The thought up something new in the influence another is by encour- -Sir Leslie Stephen.
of Walt Disneyhas
training.
way army
report urges that England im-
commissioned to producea
Man's Creation mediately import thousands of small
Men heap together the mistakesof lome-canning machines to be used group of animated films for the

their lives and create a mon- by housewives in preserving current training of recruits-work' has already -
ster they call DestinyJohn'' crops of fruits; vegetables, rabbits, started on. one dealing with "Heads up is the rule when you're handling

Oliver. and meats of all sorts. He advo- the operation of the new anti- Bank Teller STANLEY RAMLER
money, says _
blitzkrieg weapons.
cates "that the women of Englandbe
obliged to preserve food, instead =;=-

of devoting themselves to the hope- On the face of it it doesn't seem
Nervous Restless less hip and tummy developmentthat quite right that a white man has "and the

results from continual knit- been daubing war paint on 16 Indian

G II iris ,Cranky Can't sleep? Restless? Tire? ting." braves thermore at, he's Warner getting Brothers'them. readyto Fur !j (

1 easily? Because of OFFERS FARM FOR DEFENSE massacre a troop of United States 'Ps
distress of monthly John H. Perry, president of West- soldiers. It's all for "They Died With

Lydia functional E.pinkham's disturbances Vegetable? Then COm-try ern Newspaper Union, has offered Their Boots On," the story of Gen-
pound. his 2,500acre farm in Owen eral Custer's final battle, and they
Plnkham'B Compound Is famous county, Kentucky, to the Royal i can't put 'on their own makeup be- helps me keep w

for relieving pain of Irregularperloda Canadian Air force as a pilot train- cause it's against the regulations of
and cranky nervousness due to such Ing center. The rest of his large the Screen Make-Up Artist's guild. that "
feeling
disturbances.One of the most effective way.
medicines you can buy today estate has been offered to the U. S. Ward Hamilton, who's applying the
for this purpose-made especially government. "I am for national make-up, had to learn how from "?Vs
tot women.WORTH TRYING I defense," said Perry, "and Uncle the Indians themselves. / f \

Sam can have my place, lock, stock --1'f---

and barrel." Ann Sheridan was booked for u c
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some weird fittings at that same stu- THE EiI
Departing Guests ILLITERATE DRAFTEESOne dio not long ago. It wasn't dresses "

To the guests that must go, bidGod's of the uncomfortable facts that she had to try on, but mummy
disclosed by the selective service In "The Man Who Came to Corn
speed .and brush all cases I Kellogg's\\ Y
away system is that thousands of young big bowlful\ and lots ot
traces of their. steps. Dinner, she enters one, and is A some trust\
men in this great country of educa- locked in. flakes with =
tional opportunity are unable to passa f: milk' and sugar. ENERGY!
simple test of reading and writing. fOOD
Tess Sheehan would like to play It VITAMINS' Att rJ1
'In a recent two-months period, May'
Miserablewith her role of "Aunt Cora" in "Womanof griJlfJ 1f MIJ'r
MINERALS
.15 to July 15, a total of 91,919 J \
draftees were "excused" on accountof Courage" all day long; she has \ PROTEINS \ )

backache I ? illiteracy. Of these, 37,217 were hay when fever she's, and in it the doesn't airconditionedstudio. bother her :r famous flAVOR ot C 0 R t KeveeeComp&nr Copr. 1941 by !

white, and 54,702 were Negro. the tastes
plus that
WHEN kidneys!function badly and)! The southern; states have the But that same airconditioning Kellogg's\ itsharpensyourapp Corn Flakes \ f lA\{E 5
of the other girls
suffer a nagging backache gives some I _
heaviest ,
percentages of illiteracy.In to eat. ;
with dizziness, burning, scanty or too': Louisiana, 4.8 per cent of the bothersome throats. mates you want 111 O'ICI..'. _
frequent urination and getting up at -=1E-- -":E..ij'JM; -
night when feel whites and 23.7 of the Negroes were
; you nervous
all upset. use tir"-df s. ; rejected on this score. In Georgiaand Leone LeDoux, who doubles for
Doan's are especially for poorly Florida, the percentage was "Baby Dumpling" and the Bum-
working kidneys. Millions of boxes only slightly less. Other states of stead's new baby girl on the CBS
are used every year. They are recommended -' high illiteracy are Virginia, Missis- '"Blondie" program, says she uses THE ADVERTISER INVITES YOUR
the country over. Ask your, sippi and Nrth Carolina. the Gainsborough system to keep his
The advertiser assures us that goods
neighbor! Partly to offer the benefits of edu- the roles distinct on her script. She COMPARISON are good.He invites us to compare them

cation, partly to increase the num-, marks "Baby Dumpling's" lines with others.We do. Should he relax for a minute and let his standards drop,
t I e ber of men fit for military service, with a blue pencil-"After Gainsbor- we discern it. We tell others. We cease buying his product. Therefore he
; WPA is setting up a project to teach ough's 'Blue Boy,' and the baby keeps up the high standard of his wares, and the prices as low as possible.
reading and writing to the rejectees. sister's with pink for "Pinky."







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When Bill Roper had read 'hat
the eyes of the two men met h. hostile 4'

01W Y question. ileQwhil

"This looks mighty like a false jn
lead, to me," Bill Roper'said at last.

"Like as if she aimed to cover up ..
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L where she really went. Don't
B7"ALAN LEMAY M' N.tJ. Release hardly seem .likely she'd start out Not That 'Ready for Her

to; come to me." "What do. you mean by' telling Two sweet 'young things ,wen
i INSTALLMENT 13 had been almost a son to Lew Gor- "
J don-the adopted son, in actuality, of "I know she went looking for you people that. I was deaf and discussing affairs of the heart. .
, n '. THE STORY SO FAR: Lew Gordon's dead partner. But a because she said she did. My girl dumb?" "So you've accepted Tom?" sai .- ,
ty Dusty King and Lew Gordon had bum up "I didn't deaf."
replaced whata don't lie. say one acidly. "I suppose he didn't.' .
definite enmity now
- : ;' a vast string of ranches. King was killed
.
'
happen to mention that. he had :
"Why should she
Roper shrugged.
',,::, by his powerful and unscrupulous competl- little while ago had been a friend- '
''
:< tor. Den Thorpe. Bill'Roper. King's adopt. ship as deep ,and close as the vari- do that?" When a man marries, says a previously proposed ,to me? ;
f. l(7'' :;', ed son, was determined to avenge his death ance in their ages could permit. All "It was your own man talked her .writer, he,comes, 'to the end of histroubles "Well, not exactly; replied the :',
"..:' In spite of the opposition of his sweetheart the meaning of their association, almost into it," Gordon said with menace.' He didn't say which .other blandly; "but he did confess
Jody Gordon, and her father. After wiping What that he'd done a lot of sillythingsbefore :
, .;.. as long as Bill Roper's life, "My own man? man? ,
. conducted a .-
;' Thorpe out of Texas. Roper called nd.'V he met me.
was gone, wiped out by those two "A little sniveler Shoshone
,11 vast herds In
; : ,>; great raid upon Thorpe's
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: '. Montana.. Roper left .for Lew Gordon's smoky years since the death of Wilce. Everybody knows he was a ould Risk It .
.. home when told that Jody had disappeared. Dusty King. scout coyote for you, before Texas "You'd faint if, I told you what millionaire confessed recently ::
r1: Unable to reconcile her father with Roper. For a moment or two Lew Gordon ever run you out." she said about her husband!" that he is not interested in money.That's :
; had set out with Shoshone Wilce to "Go 'on! I've got smelling what Sonny says of tin .
Jody stared at him in utter disbelief. Then "Nobody run me out of any place my ,
find him. They were attacked by'some of in pudding, 'after his fourth helping.
salts
he whipped to his feet. Roper said; but his mind whippedto 'my bag.
shack. K
Thorpe's men hiding In Roper's ,
? Wilce escaped but Jody was captured. The "Where is she?" he demanded intensely ; something else. It was true that :
. '' he talked to certain men in the town ALL OUT
men decided to hold her as bait to bring furiously. 'What'have you t.A
, L "- before he had come here. Now sud-
Roper to them. done with her? ')
denly he knew that he had learned
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what he had come to find out. He ,, .
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4x;'.; ; CHAPTER XVII-Continued the youngster Dusty King had raisedon
buttoned his coat pulled his
: on
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: .: A shiver ran the length of Jody the trail. His gray eyes looked <
,
'. {':> f'.; Gordon's body. Casually, as if they hard and extremely competent, old gloves.
" '"" : were talking about getting breakfast beyond his age, in a face so dark Gordon confronted him stubbornly.: I a \ UJJliJJ "
; "..:<' these quiet-faced men were speaking and lean-carved it'was hard to rec- "I mean you shan't leave'here with- ;
i ?\' : of a proposed death-the death ognize behind it.,the face of Dusty out telling, me what you know."

: fix;':. of a boy who had once been very King's.kid.. A glint of hard amusement was HENRY HltL(. '. -

i f:;'" close ,to her, and very dear. Suddenly "I heard yesterday ,that Jody has plain in Bill Roper's eyes. "I know FOUND A IJmilt WAY J

: f'i; : she was able to glimpse the turned up missing," he said. "I, what you've told me. ,But I'll add FOR SPEEDY WRITING. .,'
: -ti.,,': power and the depth of the animosity came to Miles hell-for-leather to see this onto it. I think you'll soon HE IWENTEP THE :gFIRf
, ::. :: behind the mission of these men. have back your girl. I'm walking TYPEWgTER1'f1 ( '
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.. No effort and no cost would seem out of here now, Lew, because it's He-I understand you go in for 1714.
r4v.. if in the time for to look into of outdoor sports of all kinds.
::1'- .' to Ben Thorpe too great me a couple
i/' ." end Bill Roper was struck out of ex- things But I'll be seeing you-if She-Go in? Certainly not, I go ':
: :
.,,} ': istence. Thorpe' don't get you first." out for outdoor sports. >
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';,:;"'. "Jim," the younger rider said soberly A trick of the wind sent a great >

:j,:.=.c' "if Roper's got his wild bunch whirl of papers across the room as Trim and Song : '-. .J

',f',"'''' with him-Jim, it's such a fight as he. went out." lIe was a good barber but his spelling :
': ., .. none of us have ever gone into yet! He had not come here without pro was unsound. On the wall of his
; '- :,. When stop to think that any shop card bearing the words ''
you viding ,that the horse ,which waited was a : -,
', .., time-any minute-a: bunch of 'em under his saddle was fresh and good. "II air Cutting, 35 cents; Singing, 50
,'; may land in here"Charley's -" He struck westward now out of Miles cents." :
,{: ;, lookout Jim In came Percival and spotted the card. 6ET1C lb TREAT'
: on City, unhurrying: At the half mile WAY !
"Short at the back and around the ..
'; ".r, Leathers shrugged.: "We'll know in he found a broad cross trail where ears," he, said, seating himself. "And CONSTIPATION DUE TO LACK OF d.
ie \ :: plenty time." some random band of cattle had you can give me a verse and chorus of PROPER"BULK M THE DIET/ IS 70 "
:'J A silence fell,. a long silence. trampled the snow into a trackless 'Roll Out the Barrel!" CORRECT THE CAUSE OF THE : ,

"r, Heavy upon Jody Gordon ,was the pavement. He turned north in this, TROUBLE WITH A DELICIOUS ',',
;" panic of an open-space creature held followed it for a mile, then swung CCRCAL, K ULQG6'$ .-
.: helpless within close walls. Her northwest over markless snow. Now No Danger There AU.-BRAN... EAT 4 y r .
,;.; voice was low and bitter. "You'reset that this horse was warmed a lit- Earth flew in all directions as IT E 4 '".'J

::" on holding me.here?" tle he settled deep',in his saddle and the golf novice 'attempted to hit EVBllA \ :::1
j the ball. After failures he
,
the/animal ,
pushed into'a steady many
"No call to put it that way, Jim
.. .; "
; ? turned to the caddie and said :
-; Leathers said mildly, almost gen- fi trot; at that gait, even .in the snow, : "i

.;', tly. But his eyes denied that mild- he could expect the tough range- "My word, the worms must
:'.' : ness, so that behind him Jody sensed / bred pony to last most, of the night think there's an earthquake on!" :
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'.:':' again the vast animosity built by 1, t "I dunno," replied the lad. "The First Step ;:1.
;_ ) the Texas Rustlers' War. a CHAPTER XtX 'worms are very cunning. I'll bet One of the first'steps to content. ,
1,'. ''. ', : "I want a flat answer," Jody said they are hiding under,the ball for ment and happiness is to learn not ,, "';
':;./: bravely. "Are ro .going. to. give A tired horse' is not much inclined safety." to begrudge :other people the >9:1
." '; me horse; or'not?." to shy; toward' 'the end of a things they.ha'feecause'you can .<

t. i, Once more ,Jim Leathers' canine long day's travel; and when BillRoper's Frank'Outlook not have ttiem.- ...,....Vf

:..>J:,,It., ._ teeth_ showed in.._his_ .. peculiarly.. unpleasant .- sidewise horse'snorted and jumped "I am sorry you are leaving us, Jane"said .
j"';; ", grin. "Hell, no," ne said.V Lew Gordon's eyes were savagely out of its tracks the rider Mrs. Browne, "but, of course, if you r
intent face.if looked twice, curiously, at the car- better I "
> on Roper's are going to yourself, i HII rT-ON
::" CHAPTER XVIII cass which had spooked'his pony. A "Oh, no, ma'am replied the maid, M/; :
it's so. From what I could find dead pony on the winter range be- "I'm going to be married. II."

1'-'" -;- out down in the ,town, 'no word has ing a fairly common thing, he was ./ ;:
Perhaps Lew Gordon should have about to' ride when he 'noticed
come in on where she is. If that'strue on, )
I known that if Bill 'Roper learned, of I don't aim to give my timeto something about this particular dead The Will and the Way
; Jody's disappearance at all, Roper anything else until she's found." pony which caused him to pull up "John," said the young mother, Wiser Daily ,
would come directly to him. and dismount for a closer examina- "I've decided on a name for baby. I don't think much of a man ;
And, knowing this, he should have "You mean to deny you know We will call her Imogen." who is not wiser today than he :
where she is?" Gordon shouted.Roper's tion.After '4
prepared himself. But Lew Gordon leaving Lew Gordon he had John was lost in thought for a was yesterday.-Abraham Lincoln.
had not met Roper face to face in voice did not change. ridden deep' into the night. Half an few minutes. He did not like the
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nearly two years; and nothing was "You talk like a fool, he said. hour would bring' him within sightof name, but if he opposed it his

f,',.:' :' farther from his mind than the possibility Lew Gordon's eyes were savagely the Fork Creek rendezvous, and wife would have her own way. TO CHECK 4A :1:

I > :;.;;!; that Roper would walk in intent upon Roper's face; he was he was eager to push on, so that his "That's nice," he said presently. -
.>x,;t: upon him now. trying to discover if this man could deduction as to Jody's whereabouts "My first sweetheart was D" IN 7DAYS

ih ? Upon this night Lew Gordon was be believed. might have a quick answer, one wayor named,Imogen,. and she'll take it
.i::>' '. pacing the main room of his little "You may be lying," he added at the other; but when he had ex- as a compliment." #
.: Miles City house; forty-eight hours last, "and you 'may not, but I'll tell amined the dead pony he was glad "We will call her Mary, after tabe666jTfl
Y ;:' had passed since his daughter's dis- i you this-you sure won't leave here that he had checked. my mother," was the stern reply.
'. ;:.:'{ ':+ : appearance and the old cattleman till I find out where my girl is. This was no winter-killed pony.
Fy 1S-':." had lashed himself into a state of You're wanted anyway, my laddie The bright trace of frozen blood that

; >',::,.'. repressed fury comparable to that buck; there's a legal reward on your had first caught Roper's eye was
'iiii:',. ':'.: of a trap-baffled mountain lion, or head, right now-and part of it was the result'of two gunshot wounds in
'ft-<.'.. a goaded bear. Everything that put up by me." neck and quarters.A .

4;"'... could be done to locate his daughter "I heard that," Bill Roper said. dark foreboding possessed Rop

l1-:;' <" was being done. "When I get ready to leave, I'll er as he studied the dead pony. Roper -
-:7.: He knew that Jody's disappearance leave, all right. My advice to'you is himself was short-cutting throughthe

r..".< was voluntary, and he knew its to begin using your head. I may be hills, following no trail. The coincidence -
purpose. The brief but highly in- in a kind of funny position. But it that he had stumbled upon

formative note that Jody had left puts me where know things about the carcass in all those snowy

{;' him told him that much. It simply the Montana range that neither you wastes could be accounted for onlyin Tearing Down Goalposts JR ra1
ft-J-;::;:'" saId.t. : nor your outfits have got any clue to. one way: both Roper and the
',:"' "One of you must be made to see If you want your daughter back you pony, had followed a line of least by enthusiastic spectators y
: : ,: reason. I am going to talk to Billy better figure 'to use what I know resistance through the hills-a line football games began aboat I j 11_
' .: ; Roper myself." about the Deep Grass." that had the Fork Creek rendezvousat 1876 when teams were reduced 4'
'i''i:' :,7'. What this did not tell him was Lew Gordon compelled himself to its far end. His discovery told from 25 to // men and the I

" =,:.r; where Roper was, or how Jody expected temporize. What he couldn't get him that there had been fighting at game began to become a popular I"3
:,r./: ,... to find him. Impatient of around was his own belief that Roper Fork Creek within the last forty- spectator spot! : -
:::i\ mystery and delay, he could not understand knew something definite, specific, eight hours. If he was right in KING EDWARD CIGARSarouse

tii-.:', why his many far-scattered about where Jody had 'gone-or had believing that Jody had come to similar enthusiasm in smokers _.
. all he knew, his daughter was by known also, in spite of the bluff to He remounted and swung north- qualities of the nation most popular 'w / /
this time lost somewhere in the which anger had prompted him, that ward, mercilessly whipping up his Edward
cigar. today.
frozen wastes of snow, in 'immediate he could not hold Roper here when weary pony, but approaching the Try King
N desperate ,need'of help. Roper decided to leave, nor force Fork Creek camp roundabout, be-
Lsw Gordon sat alone for a little any information from him in any hind masking hills and through hid-

while. way whatever. den ravines. An hour passed be- 5C
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Suddenly it struck him how curious "What is it you want to know?" fore he threw down his reins and D
it was that in this bare room he asked at last, helpless, and angryin crept on hands and knees to the l

in which he sat there was no signof his helplessness."In crest of a ridge commanding the
any kind that Jody had ever been the first place, I want to know valley of the Fork.
here at all. This was partly be- what made you think Jody was He moved 'a half mile closer and
: cause she had never lived here nor with me?" resumed his watch; but for some,
f' even been expected here; but it "You swear," Lew Gordon ''demanded i time he could make out nothing. I
brought home to him sharply how "you don't know the an- Then just as the sun set, three
f. much of his life had been givento swer to that?" I I men moved out of the cabin. For a r

;, to cattle, .how little to.his daughter.It "I don't swear anything" Roner moment or two they stood in the The merchant who advertises must treat
made him realize how little he said. "I asked you a question new:;' snow close together. One went back
knew his daughter, and how little Lew Gordon hesitated. It was a into the cabin. The two others dis-' Y 0 U you better than the merchant who does

he had ever given her of himself. good many years since anyone had appeared for a moment, to"reappear: not. He must treat you as though you

This was Lew Gordon's state of talked to him in the tone Bill Roper mounted. They separated, and Roper were the most influential person in town.
mind as the door thrust open, let- took; but for once the purpose in watched them ride in opposite di-
ting in a brief lash of wintry wind; hand'outpowered the violence of his rections up the nearest slopes of the As a matter of cold fact you are. You
and he wheeled his chair to face natural reaction. He turned from hills. These passed beyond his sight, in -
ARE AN hold destiny of his business your
the last man on earth he had ex- his litter of papers, and handed Bill but in another minute or two their ? the
pected to see. Roper the little scrap of Jody's ways were retraced by two other hands.He knows it.He shows it.And you

Bill Roper shook a powdering of handwriting which was all she had riders. I INFLUENTIAL I benefit by good service,by courteous treat-
dry snow off the roll of his coat left to indicate where she was gone "Outposts," Roper decided
lower
ment,by good value-and by prices.
K collar, then stood looking at Lew "One of you must be made to see "Somebody's keeping a hell of a' PERSON
,: Gordon in a cool hard silence as he reason. I am going to talk to Billy careful watch."
pulled off his gloves. Once this m'anL Roper myself." (TO BE CONTINUED)


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Clewiston
.". j Elite Theater" or any other busi-

ness under a business name, must
: New Laws
TOO LATE TO Explained register the name and list all per-
Friday In Clewiston.
Published every
sons who own an interest
Inc.Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS I By Local Legislator business. in the

L CLASSIFY By Elbert L. Stewart, i I'i i Not only must those in business

KEATHLEY BOWDEN, Editor ,' ... Representative Hendry 'County register this information but they
.. .. I ? must advertise this registration for
second class mail matter : I four consecutive weeks in a newspaper -
'I'
Entered as FICTITIOUS "NAMES I
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office in By RUSSELL KAY "l f of general''-circulation in' the
Florida, under the Act of -
Clewiston I 1 i i county where the business is regis- ,
:March 3, 1897.
The 1941
President Florida Press Association :X:: legislature passed an I I tered. ,

cripllon ..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-.-..-..-..-..-..-..-.._.'.-..-._-..-..-..-..-....-...-. .-.. . . . .0. act which is known as the 'Fictitious I This act was approved on June
Hate $:=00 Per Year. .-:..:..:..:--:..:.:-; : ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; ; : ; ; ; ; ; ; .- .- .- ................:--....... ._..................:--...... name act. It requires all persons I 13th
.J. I and went into effect thirty
Advertising Rate On Application.Devoted After spending the better partof figures that the sun's rays can be engaged in any business using a I(days later.

his life in the newspaper busi-,[employed the year around to keep' name other than their own name to There Is
I a penalty for failure to
ness, Charlie Freeman found himself your home at an even comfortable register the trade name they are
to the advancement and welfare comply with the- law, and
of Clewiston and Hendry County. out of a job a couple of years i temperature from one installation. doing business under' with the clerkof I person every
ago and at that -time jobs were In the meantime,' in collaborationwith the circuit court in .the, county in business or group of persons engaged -.
I under a trade name,
plenty hard to get. Dr. Albee of Venice, he builta where the business is located. should Immediately contact the

E.ER For a chap who has kept busy all I special sun box, using screens For example, A. B. Jones, oper- Clerk of the Circuit Court and 'acquaint
FLORIEU PRESS/\SSOCIAIION\K\ his life, this business of having I and his special glass for use in ating "Jones' BarbeY Shop" or themselves with

NATIONAL [194[ORtal 1 ASSOCIATIONRAMBLINGS \_a I nothing to do is mighty hard to ultra-violet ray treatments. The I Jones' Filling Station" or "The ions of the act. the provis-

take. Charlie just had to do some- device screens out the rays that

I thing, so he began to tinker aroundin burn and magnifies the health giving
his work shop at home. repairingthis ultra-violet rays. \ -:":":":":-:-:":-:":":-:":":'::--:":":":-:": :": :":":":":..:.).:-:--:.;.; : : :.. :--:-:--:_: : :-:--: :-:_)

.:-:-:":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":!:":":":": :": or that, and searching for One of the problems he encoun- I .f. .?.

some employment that would bringin i tered in 'building insulated water :

a nickel or two. tanks the question of t RIGHT
storage :was SEASON I
He'd' been fixing up a sunheaterin dependable insulation. Cork was :: ::

By B. B. his spare time and one day he off,the market and he had to look *j' 'f y

happened to pick up a magnifying around for something else. To his y

..................-......_............ .................................+.........."'.,..., 1 glass, you know, the kind we all amazement he learned that a chapin ; To think about your ::
when
kids
played with we were Manatee County near his home I
I focusing rays through It on a leafor |
Well, In the face of the aviation of to set it afire. was processing scrub palmetto : WINDSTORM PROTECTION ::: I
I piece paper I
roots and
column we got off our system last that his product was even
Suddenly he was struck with an
week the boss is about to join the I better than cork for insulation pur-
idea. Why not use a powerfulmagnifying I I :; How are fixed if real fall
Navy. At least that's the impression glass for sun-heaters instead l I poses. you some ::
he gave as he returned froma Samples of the product were sent I h
of ordinary glass, and there- ..
meeting of newspaper editors in to one of the nation's largest manu- > blows come _
by get much more intense heat f
Orlando Tuesday. facturers of cork insulation and they
with less heating surface required? ; '
Bruce Barton, whom you knowas He started to experiment and for were so impressed by ;t that they -,0; {;; : /' :
a versatile Congressman, immediately investigated and order- 0-
aU-I the better part of two years has .' ..
thor, and patriot of note, is ed 40 carloads for their'own use. .
been developing a new novel. typeof ..... .y.
president of the advertising firm Authorities claim that the produce -

with the lilting name Batten, Bar- He sun-water-heater.has secured his patents and [i which was developed through :;z: Phone 66 for Ruth Beardsley 'or :;:

ton, Durstine and Orborne. Mr. the experimental efforts of a chap :: .z.
now is installing them and they I : Art Lawrence.Beardsley
Barton called the meeting in Or- named Keller at Bradenton, possesses :z:
work like a charm. He even builta .
lando and with the assistance of the all the requirements of a .z. z
small unit with a box only 2 II y
Chief Recruiting Officer of the first grade insulation and is equal
by 4 feet for a trailer, which pro-
U. S. Navy, from Washington, the vides the vehicle with scalding wa- Ito! cork, or fiber glass. :: Insurance :%
man in charge of Southern States
ter at all times from an 18- allon i At present no effort has been 't. .:.
recruiting, and a few other major ::
made other than along experi-
tank. !
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and minor officials, explained to the
One idea led to another and now mental lines and of course Keller _
:newspaper editors the new Navy unable to fill the order for 40
I he is working on a system through was Y

newspapers recruiting campaign could and and should the playin part ( the which home-owner he eventually a hopes combination to offer I II however carloads, of indicate the material.the amazing It does pos-, ;:.:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:-:..:..:-:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..::

furthering Navy enlistments.The (I house heating and air conditioningunit I sibilities for the development of a

meeting was highly successful that will provide hot water at tremendous industry here in Florida

; the editors certainly came all times, heat, the entire, house in for we certainly have ample scrub
:away sold on the variety of oppor- I winter and cool it in summer, withno palmetto available. If a way can

.tunities open to men in the Navy fuel or power required, this being be found to gather it and processit I

today, and next week we all starton taken from the rays of the sun on a profitable basis, a lot of

a campaign to interest others in gathered by his remarkable device' folks will be eyeing their palmetto

enlistment in the Navy.. 'The NavyIs which he has named "Magniflex" scrub lands: 'as really worthwhile

increasingly ,important: to us -Something New Under the Sun. rather than a nuisance, while our
every day; it is one'of the most Steam radiators will provide the few remaining rattlesnakes will

progressive branches of service;', heat for the house in winter and have to scurry about and find some I

and has a wide field for advance- ;I I insulated tanks will store hot wa I other form of shelter .

ment and training. ,(You can ter. In summer by applying sun I George K. End, who has built upa

easily see the line of talk that's heat to a refrigeration unit just as nice business selling "Rattle-

been going on at our house.) gas heat now is used in mechanical snake Meat," points out that when

refrigerators to produce ice, he they start grubbing out the pal-
We'd like to be able to give you metto he is prepared to buy all the
a complete picture and story of a I - snakes they stir up, so the venture

Home we visited in Clewiston this i equally filled with practical ideas.You'll !offers a double market to anyone \
'week. It should be properly done have to see them for yourself -
i game enough 'to enter it-the roots \ +
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'and would be an inspiration in any ( can ,be sold for insulation and the ,
'Of the "home magazines." We'd I snakes for canning!

like to do it in technicolor, com- And now to remind the better I know all this sounds mighty I

plete with illustrations price list, half that he has a wife and a I screwy and far fetched, but it is ,,,ter iu IIII

etc. couple of dependents,-even thoughthe nevertheless interesting and you Rhh In; '

From the street, except that the Navy' is a wonderful thing. can't tell what will come of it. "

flowers and shrubs are evidence ._ .
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'ol much loving care, it looks just 1
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like a dozen other houses. I /NNNN:NNNNN: J
Just -:0--: :":":":N1 CONDITIONEDgJmpl1
exactly like them, in fact, for it is
located on the government reserva- 'I c.'s

tion. But once inside you give j I j, '

exclamations of wonder and dej j ;

light.. |I i

Perhaps, you've guessed that the I Dependable Service

borne is that of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. j
. Bradnack and ... .6. Low Fares '
every room is chock ), -
lull of ideas, and the interesting ,

thing about them is that you could j .i. .z'f Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida
carry them out yourself. The (}W '
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.. ; and the North.
Bradnacks '
have their lovely home! .
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In Orlando rented to such good !! O .. NorthboundLv. J

advantage that it seemed highly .. DOES HOT dose 1 ;t; CANAL POINT .. 4.55AM 1:25 PM
impractical to move its furnishingsto :t: t' :':- CONTAINLEAD =-.z., Ar. TAMPA .," ., 10:10 AM &:55' PM Costs Less than
: :;: Ar. LAKELAND . ,. -. 9:10 AM 5:50 PM Driving
Clewiston. So they have used ;i; TODAY ", .f; Ar. ORLANDO . 10:50 AM 7:45 PM One Round
='little money, more work and most I + JACKSONVILLE . 3:15 PM 11:45 PM Way Trip
.:. ; Ar. TALLAHASSEE . 4.45PM 12:59 AM
Tiere.ingenuity We to were furnish most interested their home in r .{ Ar. LAKE CITY . 2:25 PM 1:10 AM JACKSONVILLE MIAMI : S 4:70 1.65: $ 8:50 3.00:

the tWQ I' Lv. CANAL POINT'. . 5:20 PM II:2SPM TAMPA. 2,80 5.05
corner chairs, which Mr. A JACKSONVILLE '. 3:45AM 9:15AM LAKELAND 2.35 4.25
Uradnack made and his wife up- .A. ORLANDO 2.95 5.35
holstered. Mrs. Branack has done ': DIRECT CONNECTIONS AT JACKSONVILLE, TALLA. TALLAHASSEE 6.25 11.25
Interior :!: .z. HASSEE AND LAKE CITY WITH GREYHOUND LINES LAKE CITY 4.95 8.95
decorating and her talent is '.:. (Explanation on Page Eight) :;: FOR ALL POINTS NORTH AND WEST. ATLANTA. 8.40 15.15
,
well-known, but Mr. Bradnack would :,:. ) .z. > MACON 7.25 13.05
not .. Southbound-Going VALDOSTA .
have taken a job as a : r. I ; 5.80 10.45
ter. However carpen-i ,:!: ..I I n. .t. Lv. CANAL POINT : ., <. 5:20 PM 11:25 PM BIRMINGHAM 9.90 17.85
he undertook the j ,.. e.. :f Ar. MIAMI . 8:50 PM 2:30 AM NEW ORLEANS 11.65 21.00
chairs. The first one he made was t : CHICAGO 17.90 32.25
too fragile to sit in, and ,:. .z. Returning NEW YORK 15.85 23.55
when .V., Lv. MIAMI . IO.-OOAM 2:00 AM
enough braces were added to make .:!: Sit down and j' Ar. CANAL POINT ,. I 1:25 PM 4:55 AM
; figure it ::
It safe, it was too heavy to move. out: buy a :

:However, he profited by his experience ,:: home through our modern loan plan and :: DR..H. B. MILLER, Agent MILLER'S DRUG STORE

" and the two finished chairs ':!: at the end of ten it's / PHONE 3921 CANAL POINT
years all ::
are just right,-very comfortable 1 : yours ,

and pretty. Most of the wooden I :;_:; pay rent 10 years and what have you at ::: -- SBFiobau

furniture was of the unfinished:: the end? Drop in and talk v
with about
;" variety which they sanded and fin- : us :::

ished themselves. A corner book : a home for your family! :
'
I, shelf, the addition of shelves to a : .
. desK, and other little ideas, all I t : Warns frrt'ra,

'easily executed, turn an ordinar-j

., room into one of charm and con- I :: Xt t I"A1"IIiI 1

venience. j .: Xf .

ti r In one bed-room, the attractive I! :;. II ."
:, twin beds proved to be of the fold- I .; '"
:.).. away variety, and the 'slipper stool:1: :

Iiome-made. Their one indulgence| .: .. .
;' was a really good small dining- ;I :: .::.

1-, table and chairs. The rest of the .:' ..:..
y .house is' ::;. :.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1941 THE CLEWISTON NEWS
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Mr. and Mrs., Julian Bussell of I centage of parents present was won I Trice, treasurer; James Elkins, reporter -I May 1, 1941. Your bank or your
: Summerville, S. C., are parents' ofa by the fourth grade. and Miss Hannah York ad- post office is waiting for to :
baby boy, whom they have named Mrs. Berner announced as room visor. call for yours-todayt! you
[ PersonalsMr. j Michael Merle. The baby arrived mothers for the year: Seventh Grade ;

Ion September 9th. The. 'Busselli 1st-Mrs. E. M. Cornette. Louise Prewitt president;- Sam

(moved to Summerville' several 2nd-Mrs. F. M. Mueller.- my Young vice president; Gilbert I FOR RENT.-Large room furnishedfor
months ago. Mrs. Bussell's mo- 3rd-Mrs. M. E. Von Macli. McLeod; secretary; Jo Ann Crouch, two persons. Separate en-
and Mrs. W. E. Dilley were ther, Mrs. Aaron Bronson,- left Sat- 4th-Mrs. Carl Johnson. treasurer; Charles Benbow, reporter trance. Across highway from Hen- '
visitors in Fort Myers Saturday. urday to visit them. 5th-Mrs. A. J. Wiandt. and Mrs. Mary Baker ad- dry, County Motors. Phone 102.
6th-Mrs. E. C. Mills. visor. Mrs. Catherine M. Jarvis. tfn.

Mr. and Mrs. 'G.; ,,-Brown'were WEINER, ROAST'EXJOYED.. BY 7th-Mrs., C. E. Bailey. and. 'Mrs. The total school enrollment at''I
visitors In Belle Glade Thursday.Mrs. GIRLS SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS D. B. Allen. the end of the second week of school ]I II
-
I' 8th-Mrs. H. J. Oglesby. was 304 the highest in the history -
Ab Wright and daughter, Friday afternoon the Junior I Girls 9th-Mrs. O. F. Schlffli.10th of the school.
] Dr. F.
D.
' Mary Margaret of Arcadia, spent Sunday School Class: of the Com- -Mrs. M. M. .Prewitt.llth School Club Gudbaur

Saturday In Clewiston with friends. munity' Church held 'a" business Mrs. G. B. McDuffie. Several clubs are being formed Optometrist

I 'meeting' followed by a weiner and 12th-Mrs. Blanche Turner. among the various classes in high Glasses Scientifically Fitted and ..
Miss ,Phoebe Peterson spent the ''marshmallow roast on the' levee. school and one of these is already Repaired-Broken lenses

I week-end with her parents.in West At the business meeting the School Classes Select functioning. It is called the I I Duplicated- .
Palm Beach. election of officers 'was held. Jo Office
I I "Know Your Community C ub" and Hopkins Bldg., Clewiston
Ann 'Crouch was re-elected presi- Officers For Year has for its purpose '"to know Clew I Every Thursday-dAy and
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Arey were dent; Lucile Rogers, 'vice-president; iston its institutions, industries,II evening appointments.FOR .
Saturday ,visitors in West' Palm Grace Ward, treasurer .and',Carline businesses and people." A map of

Beach. Berner, secretary. '. During the past week all high the city has been secured and locations -I I. i
The girls, with their : teacher, school classes have held meetingsand of various businesses, homes ,
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Smith and Mrs. W. H.. Lanier, hiked to the elected officers and teacher etc., are being marked with pins.
daughters, Virginia and Sonia, of I levee, and enjoyed a'' 'weiner roast, advisors for the term as follows: Prof. R. W. Turk is sponsor of this I I .
Cocoa, were visitors in Clewiston : and games around their camp fire. Seniors club with Guy and Dick Elkins I I SALE CHEAP'

Saturday. .I I Attending the meeting were\Carol Paul Pullen, president; Edna Marilyn Davis and Sherwood Hallas One Large FrigidaireGOOD

and Harriet Alston June Espen- Leiter, vice president; Louise Roath members at present. AS NEW
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Guthrie spent i!i laub, Christine Espenlaub;,_ Grace secretary-treasurer; Beulah Guth-

Sunday at Delray Beach with their I I Ward, Louise Prewitt, Lucile and rie, reporter; Mrs. Okerstrom, ad- F. F. A. NEWSA T. R. Ehney.Johnson's .
daughter, Mrs. Gilbert Davis and Laurie Rogers, Niven Gerald Shir- visor. -

Mr. Davis. I ley Owen, Mary Louise Thomas, Juniors
i
__ special meeting of the Clew-
I Carline Berner, Jo Ann Crouch, Pat
Laura Louise Bailey, president; iston Chapter of Future Farmersof
Mrs. F. L. Hemmings and Mrs.L. Bailey and Rachel Miner: Dorothy Knight, vice president; America was called Monday aft-
E. Denison of Fort Pierce spent I
Bernard Leiter, secretary; Sonny Fish
ernoon for the election of officers. CampNear
Friday here visiting Mrs. Ruth MRS. H., R. HALL IS HOSTESS TO Vaughn, treasurer; Gloria McDuffie -
Elbert Hooker
B'j was elected presi- ( Hurricane Gate)
Owens. BRIDGE CLUB WEDNESDAY
reporter; Miss Lucy Humble,
dent; Martin Waldron, vice presi- Clewiston, Fla
advisor. dent; Bruce Beardsley, secretary; Boats and 'Motors-Guide Service
Nell Cornette left
Miss Edythe
I Mrs. J. W. Ezelle won a pair of Sophomores
Eric Thomas. treasurer; Philip Mc Rates ReasonableW.
Thursday for Lakeland where she embroidered pillow-cases Wednesday -
Ernest Oliver, president; Lester Leod reporter and Kemper Bond, H. Johnson.
I Mgr. l'
enters her second year at Florida afternoon when Mrs. H. R. Hall
Jacobs vice president; Marianne watchdog.The .
i Southern College.Mr. entertained her bridge club. Her i
Jones; secretary; Barbara Broad-
chapterhas begun work on
prize was for high core. Mrs.R. i
foot, treasurer Philip McLeod, reporter -
and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson returned C. Wilson won a pottery vase ; a lab plot and expects to grow a
I ; Miss Mary Neely, advisor. I
Saturday from a trip throughthe as cut prize.A variety of vegetables. MECHANICAL, STRUCTURAL
state. They visited relatives in congealed salad with wafers Freshmen Philip, McLeod, ,Reporter.By I ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
Pensacola.Mrs. the Sherwood Hall, president; Nick Maps Estimates
and iced tea was served at !
SchiffH, vice president; Christine buying Defense Savings Bonds
conclusion of play. JOHN H. DOTY
Keathley Bowden and sons, Those attending were Mrs. Dave Redish, secretary; Richard Pape, and Stamps regularly you can help I
Kay and Paul, and C. Lovvorn,, Alston Mrs. K. Bowden, Mrs. J. W. treasurer; Mrs. Marjorie Bjornson, the Defense Program and, at the Engineering Consultant
were visitors in Okeechobee Sun- Ezelle, Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs. advisor. same time, help yourself and your i Hopkins Bldg. Clewiston, Fla.

day. W. H. Lanier Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Eighth Grade family.
Mrs.. R. N. Smith and Mrs. R. C. Dorothy Sealey, president; Ma- I
Miss Sybil Driggers of Dothan, Wilson., mie Johnson, vice ,president; Lawrence President Roosevelt bought the I
Alabama, spent several days over Guthrie, secretary; Mayme first Defense Savings Bond on 1 1I.
J. M. COUSE
the week-end here visiting Miss PRE-SCHOOL STORY HOURIS

Hortense Collins. OPEN TO PUBLICA ........-...............................................................................-.............-....-....,................................................ Counselor and Attorney at Law
I.:?f. i AI Hopkins Building
District Engineer Col. W. C. WE ARE NOW SERVING
Weeks of Jacksonville was a busi- story hour for children from :: Wednesdays and Saturdays ,
the ages of 3 to 6 is conducted each i CLEWISTON MOLASSES-FED ::
ness visitor here Tuesday. 9:30 to 4:00
Wednesday afternoon at the Com-

Misses Hortense Collins and munity Center by Mrs. A. L. Hac- !; HAMBURGERS JOe Each 1

Sybil Driggers and ,Adolphand kett and her" assistants. The story. .. .:.
visitedIr. 'group is open to all children of Y SOMETHING 'NEW IN A SANDWICH TREAT .;- ,
.
Fred Driggers and Mrs. CLEWISTONTINNING
I
those _ages and parents are invitedto ;,
T. L. Driggers in West Palm I bring or send them Wednesday. J jj!_ & PLUMBING SHOP I

Beach Sunday.-- II Wednesday- children who have A AND B SANDWICH SHOP Anything in Plumbing Fixtures,

Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt and I been stories attending themselves regularly, repeating told some the I :: Watch for The Opening of Our :i: Prompt, Efficient Service

children Mauryne, Louise and .
'of their favorites. Linda Lee told ::: Bowling Alleys. I PETER :
Anne have moved into the Crouch :: CHRISTENSEN Mgr. :

house on Osceola Avenue' recently i Thumbelina Gene Fuller, told Eddie, Chicken Musgrave Little and and .............................-..............-......................................-..............-...;......................-..........-..-..............-..............-............................. j jI
vacated by Mr. and Mrs. H. :C. I Ronald Hare a selection of :.: .
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Chicken Little were placed in the : .:----------U
I Mr. and Mrs. Phil Barney of i. books. .':.'...:. .- .: :.
scrap I .c"c.yy
Tampa were visitors in Clewiston ,
Those attending were Linda Lee, ._.._. .
Sunday aftenroon. Mr. Barney, _.._, 'c..c.
who is "P.E.B._" of the Gulf Gleam Agnes Ann Hackett Marjorie A ,
j ,column in the Tampa Tribune was Brown, Ronald Hare, Eddie Mus- .c..:. fl .

en route to Nassau for a vacation. grave Gene Fuller and John Perry. .t..t. ENJOY AN ./ ''

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Mrs. C. E. Lewis of Miami, who P.-T. A. Holds First I :::: ,,/. ::::
-spent the past month at Hender- .'. .c"
ALL ELECTRIC c
sonville North Carolina, is spend- On I.c..t. J .t":
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moved into their new home which the school auditorium Tuesday aft-, ;-7:,,:t')<(:" --r :-J" ...'' '' .. t,, .' -_ ..,.'.'. ,....- '.. t .c.rto ,
they recently purchased from ernoon with Mrs.; Carl Berner,,JR ;' 'r.C'yA

Bishop-Wilson Lumber Company. president, conducting the meeting.A v

It is located on Pasadena Avenue, playlet was given by a groupof :ii: ::
adjoining Mr. and Mrs. Arthur first grade pupils and a song by : : Electricity the modern .servant; a servant that :

Bong's home. pupils of the fourth grade. :*_::*: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :;::::
made for the Teach .
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Ketterer of ers Plans Reception were to be given Tuesday*'I' :i:: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficient- =::i;:

Arcadia moved to Clewiston this in the Community Center. .c..c. ...
night I :+::;: 'I ly and economlca II y. :;.'..
week and are making their home in Mrs. Berner appointed Mrs. ]t. o .
the Clewiston Inn Apartments. Mr. Y. Patterson and Mrs. Thomas to .y..'. 'c.f
Ketterer one of the Flight In- be in charge 'of the Hallowe'en I:;: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :::c:

structors at Riddle Field, transfer- carnival. They will appoint the .
ring here from Carlstrom Field, Ar- various committees. :c:: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :

cadia. The dollar for the largest per- :**: your radio for most 'of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is : *

:;::::: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. :;::.:

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Register with us during our opening week, Wednes- ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- '*:

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Electric Measuring Glass and chance on grand prize. .1..:. n.C..I.

DRAWING 9:30 P. M. SATURDAY :;::;: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. .:_;:.:_;.:

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Dean of The Moody Bible Institute jwfcjy.5vccej5

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OVERCOMING THE ADVERSARY


LESSON TEXT-Revelation 12:7.12: 15:2-4. E\
GOLDEN TEXT-And they overcame him
by the blood of the Lamb and by the wordof
their testimony: and they loved not their WNU Service
lives unto the death.-Revelation'12:11.


War! What a familiar word I
i
f! Men are saying we should put an SNIFFLES '
end to war. We wish it ,were POS- I IINNA
sible, but as long as sin rules in ; >, PEHETAO p ,
I II the hearts of men, there will be

wars; in, fact, our lesson tells us of
(WNUService) a greater war which.is'to te.ke'place Noble Creed

in the heavens. The devil is busy Live truly and thy life shall bea

not,only on earth, but in the heavenly great and noble creed.-Hora-
places,. and wherever he is there tius Bona .
is war. Only when Christ, the

r Prince of Peace, comes to reign will
a fI o peace come to all the earth.
Our lesson presents three scenes: DON'T BE BOSSED

Conflict in heaven, rejoicing over
II I victory there, and a victory on earth BY YOUR LAXATIVE-RELIEVE
I which brought joy in heaven. CONSTIPATION THIS MODERN WAY

I It ,I.V r in Heaven (12:7-9). .When you feel gassy, headachy, logy
t A clear, succinct, and helpful due to clogged-up bowels, do as millions
do-take
Feen-A-Mint
at bedtime. Next
I : word on these verses is quoted from
I morning-thorough, ,comfortablo relief,
i Dr John R. Bradbury: helping you start the day full of your
"The dispensational interpretationof normal energy and pep, feeling like a
this passage is that during the 'million! Feen-ALMint doesn't disturb
your night's rest or interfere with work the
period of tribulation, which follows next day. Try Feen-A-Mint, the chewinggum
!I'1I' the rapture ,of the saints, as laxative,yourself.It tastes good,it's
I described in I Thessalonians 4:15- handy and economical...a family supply

18I; Corinthians 15:51, 52, and other costs only
I HTP VT"/ passages, there will be a war in FEEN.A.Mr; 1 101

I : heaven between Michael and his an-
_I gels and the devil and his. Satan is
not.in hell now. It is wrong to teach Liberal With Advice

thathe, ,is there. He is the prince of "We'giveaway nothing so liberally -
the power of the air. He rules the as advice.-LaRochefoucauld.

..darkness of, this world. He inspires
r;. VYHV DO YOU -A DIME- OUT OF ONE wickedness in his domain and on

KEEP TAKING POCKET AND PUTTING IT earth. Against these conditions the

IN THE Christian is solemnly warned to pre-
: OTHER ? pare (Eph. 6:10-18)). When we say YOU BUYINOCULATION

: that Satan is in heaven, we do not
mean the heaven of the immediate
'
presence of God. The,Bible speaks of
( 'different heavens and there is even

j4 'heaven of heavens' (I Kings 8:27).
() ON FAITHField
"From whence come all the cross-

currents of wickedness now sweep tests have shown a big difference
ing over the world-many of them In the quality of inoculator brands on the
market. You cannot see the logume bac-
contrary to the wishes of the vast teria you purchase. Immediate' demon-
majority of the people? That. thereis stration and is impossible.experience behind What is the the inocu reputation -
P ,:r- a malevolent genius directing sin- lation you buy7NITRAGIN
ister operations to hinder and baffle Is the ORIGINAL LEGUME -
INOCULATOR having served
God and to destroy mankind is easy the farmers for over forty years. It
(Released by The Bell won a GOLD MEDAL at the World's
Syndicate Inc
) to understand. Many people ask, Fair St. Louis, 1904.
'Why does not God destroy him?' .NITRAGIN is made in the most complete .
I The answer to that is .in this lesson. kind In and the modern world.,laboratory of its

I II His hour is coming. He will be ex- :NITRAGIN is the leader In Its field
I! from his domain Michael by a big margin. NITRAGIN demand
TM TIPPING pelled, by in the South has rapidly increased
THE WAITER and his angels. Then, because the year 1940 after the jear.Southern During shipments the fail of of
people of this world have cooperated NITRAGIN were for more than 45
,' with Satan so willingly, he will million pounds of VETCH and WIN-
TER,
.. PEAS. This large demand is
} fJr' ; be. allowed to take refuge in the due to many field tests carried on year
: : after year. We prove by,these tests
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J are learning the art of "doping out" the weather before.becoming members mind telling her what he had found How 7. Who was king of France al
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PAGE! maRT


Must ![ing to local merchants, all calling I Comptroller Lee Back actually seeing Florida. And whatis llantic City visitors by the Florida
Registrants {for the purchase of ,defense savings more," he said "is arousinguntold.interesLin. ,exhibit, adding that aside from its
I, and bonds to bolster the ''magnlflcense realistic
the dioramas
stamps From Atlantic City .
Give New Address Florida as evidenced -I
,nation's defenses. He then sent : are actually making thousands of
the fact that (
(the defense council a large check by on every prospective tourists Florida-con-
-under the Selective j and was able to mail copies of the I After taking Florida's tax revis- side you hear investors and tou- con-Is\ions to a degree that they are
Registrants rists
and Service Act must ',paper to every county resident. ion story to investors and pros- expressing an inquisitive Interest (going out of their way to learn
Training in
this state.
notify their local boards of any I I pective Florida visitors, State more about this state.NOTICE .
of address or become liableto Cub Scouts Comptroller J. M. Lee has returned "They are watching us, and if I
change provided by the I I from ,a, two day "stand" at Atlantic we keep, our. heads. and put the
penalties I i
severe director I( | City where his radio talk on Flor- Governor's tax revision programover \ OK bCHOOI, ELECTION
Act, Brig. Gen. Vivian Collins, (Continued from page 1) I
I featured avoiding the mistakes of th20's
ida's tax program
new
warned i I'
of Selective Service, provided there are enough parents J
:I "Florida Day!" Comptroller Lee, by holding down tax demands, NOTICE IS FIJREBY GIVEN. That
today. j[and boys interested to make the the
them Holland's'personal Florida will assume the foremost regular Biennial: School District
Gen. Collins said he had been effort worthwhile. The time of designated as Governor Elections will be held on the first
representative broadcast I spot in the nation's post-war out- Tuesday after the first Monday in
advised by National Selective Serv- the meeting will be determinedlater look." November, A. D. 1941, being the 4th
ice Headquarters that many cases according to the wishes of direct from the Florida exhibit, the day of November, .,. D. 1941. Said
of delinquencies investigated by the parents returning the application feature attraction on the inter- The Comptroller said that words ("Election three is(3)for Trustees the purpose for each of electIng Spec--
the Department of Justice have been forms. nationally famous pier. I just could not tell the story of the ial Tax School District in Hendry

due to carelessness of registrants The same afternoon Mr. Treet's Investor* of the northeastern" i interest ,being aroused among At- County purpose Florida of either, and favoring for the the further mill-

concerning their duty to report assistant, John Shutt of Fort:, states "have their eyes on Florida, age estimated by the Board of Pub-
changes of address, or ignoranceof Myers, will be 'here to conduct a Comptroller Lee stated and "tae lic Instruction or setting different.
I NOTICE OF PUllLIC HEARING mlllage. .
the law requiring them to do court of review for the troops of use of good horse sense in the full- All qualified electors residing with-
I the Glades-Hendry district. This filment of the purposes of the new in any School District in Hendry
so. Tuesday, September 23, 1941, at County, Florida, whose voting regis-
The Selective Service Act provides meeting, and the barbecue supper, tax revision program will mean 5:00 P. M. United States Eastern tration is within the particular Spec-
that any registrant who violates I will be held as usual on the ridge much to the state in the future." I Standard Time, Is fixed as the date ial Tax School District and who pays
.and time when, and the City Hall in a tax on either real or personal property -
and
the law' shall be liable to fine .If weather permits. The Florida exhibit, outstanding I the city of Clewiston is designated as I .within said District shall be entitled -
Imprisonment, the director pointedout. among the attractions of the big 1 the place where the City Commission .to vote in said election In his l

This punishment, he also Glenda Sue McClellandDied steel pier "is of inestimable value (I(shall purpose hold of a considering public meeting and for acting the,,:! or Trustees her district.must be nominated by Petition r

called to attention, is specified as to the.state," Comptroller Lee add- upon the assessment roll, of acting of five (5) or more persona
"by Imprisonment for not more I ed. "Hundreds of thousands of gas a Board of Equalization, of hearing qualified to vote in the election. The
Last WednesdayHendry ; complaints and receiving testimony Petition must be filed with the Boardof
five or a fine of not attracted to the sun- 1 Public Instruction of
than years visitors are as to the value of any prop Hendry Coun-
more than $10,000, or by both shine state's exhibit where Earl erty, real or personal as fixed by; ty, Florida, at least 30 days prior
News I the Tax Assessor, and perfecting, to holding of the election on the
such fine and imprisonment. ( County ) Brown has put together an attraction reviewing and equalizing the 1941 tas date above set out.

It is the policy of the Selective Funeral services for little Glenda I that is the next best thing to assessment THE INSTRUCTION BOARD OF OF PUBLIC HENDRY

Service System, the General said, Sue McClelland, 3-year-old daughter September This notice dated this '9th day oJ COUNTY, FLORIDA. 1
1941.
of Justice of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse McClel- By A. O. WARD, Chairman.
and of the Department MALCOLM: W BIGG, Attest:
which is charged with enforcementof land,. were held Friday afternoon,I Clerk, C. E. WEAVER
2:30 at the First Baptist Church, City Commission, Superintendent of Public Instruction
the Act, to take action in those Citr of Clewlstou. ,
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cases where there, is willful intentto the Rev. A. M. Glisson officiating. Good FarmLand 261SePt.. 12, 1941. Sept.Ex-officio 5, 12, Secretary 19, 26, Oct.of 3,the 10, 17 Boar, 24,.31.
violate the law. Nevertheless, Burial was in Fort Denaud ceme I 1.

he stressed, investigation of border- tery.At
line cases is taking up much valua- the church service ;Dennis I
ble time of local boards and of De- Small sang "Asleep in Jesus" and STRICTLY CASHOn

partment ,of Justice agents which "Safe in the Arms of Jesus."

should be devoted to urgent work Pallbearers were Harvey Cox of and after October 1 1941 all

for National Defense Tampa, Judge R. M. Harris, J. F. for Rent work will be done on strictly a cash basis.
To relieve this situation, and Cross and J. O. Davidson.

also to -protect registrants who do Glenda Sue had been ill a longtime I am grateful to my :many customersfor

not willfully try to violate the law, I She became much worse their
penCollins has asked local boards during the past month and an patronage but circumstances

to Use ah' means of investigationat 'operation last Wednesday was per- 'i I forces me to do away with credit business.
their disposal before. reporting formed in a Tampa hospital in an I

apparent cases of delinquency. to II effort to save her life. She passed Shorty's Barber Shop

the Department of Justice. ;! away the same day. TrespassersWill

In this connection, the Director Besides her parents, she is sur- T. C. MUSGRAVE, Mgr.
also stated that there is no objec-tl vived by her paternal grandparents, Be 1 I

tion to a local board using volun- {I Mr. and Mrs. E. McClelland of

tary assistance of local or State Frostproof and her maternal ProsecutedClewiston

police officials to find a registrantwho I grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Van ,
has failed to respond to noti- Curry of ,LaBelle.: ;

fication; He said:
The most effective help which a Four New HousesBuilt
"If, after a reasonable effort on ---
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civilian can give to Uncle Sam is
the part of the local board and,
| to buy Defense Savings Bonds and ,
the local
when volunteered, by or
=> of I Stamps as often as possible.
.: state police, the whereabouts
And In This
Neighborhood
the delinquent registrant cannot be Realty

ascertained, and nothing has been

heard from him in response to DevelopmentCorpol'ation
Exceptionally large ,corner 260 foot
notification( the local board then ,
should report the delinquent to frontage, ordered this week to sell im

the." United States District Attorney. ... mediately-$200 below market.

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1.... Tate Powell, editor of the Baker t *: 'Y': Real Estate and Insurance .:

receiving t_ A LEAD PENCIL DOES NOT A
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: ida Defense Savings administrator *** *:<
.(..'. \ for the manner in which he handled -I I v The "lead" in pencils is nat4;

.'':. the promotion of defense savings. .*. ural graphite mixed with clay. :*! Bob Beardsley Ruth Beardsley

sw.' stamps in his area. I ::|: 1. "Nuggets of Kn wledge"- :Xj : Evelyn Kellems Art Lawrence
By a slight increase in his advertising FREE. Send for NEW booklet, containing *:.
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