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Title: The Clewiston news
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Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 3, 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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VOLUME 13-NUMBER 43 CLEWISTON, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1941 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.00 PER YEAR
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Priorities Granted For Starch Plant, I





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No Penalty To Growers I Fifty More Cadets I Green Light Given For


Arrive At Air School] .


T On Excess Cane Acreage i Construction ProgramOi

.I, A group of fifty British cadets I

arrived yesterday to supplement the
,:> '
eighty-nine who arrived last week

Will Be Permitted To : Much Interest In I and these will begin their primary $2,500,000 HereTigers

training at once at RiddleMcKayAero

:. Harvest All Cane Cub Scout Pack College. It is said that this o -

I group of cadets are only a few days
10,000 Acres To Be
Without Penalty from the Convoy which brought. Open Season

_.' Fred L. Treat of Bradenton, I II them from England.
.r. i executive of the Sunniland Planted In Starch'Potatoes
I scout Squadron Leader Burdick arrived With Jupiter TonightClewiston

Announcement that sugar cane Council, Boy Scouts of America, I on Wednesday ,to "replace MajorA.
-'- growers would be able to made a most interesting talk to a British
B. Fanstone as officer
excess acreage this season harvest.; large group of parents of boys of I in charge ,of the cadets at the air High School's Tigers"
contained in at the will the 1941 football
penalty was Cub Scout ages Community Fanstone open season
I school. Major has been The Office
gram received Thursday night by Center on Tuesday evening and the : tonight under the lights on the of Production Manage-
recalled to Washington for special
... Roy Warnock, compliance, super- .I enthusiasm which was shown by the I duty, the nature of which has not home field against the six-man ment United has States granted priorities to the

visor for the Agricultural Adjustment parents indicates that there will be I been disclosed. team from Jupiter. The game will Sugar' Corporationfor

Administration at this officein a Cub pack formed here, within a be called promptly at eight o'clock. necessary materials for the con-

Moore Haven. An'official bul-: : short time. I First night flying was startedon The Clewiston first string is. the struction of $2,500,000 plant at
Tuesday night .of this 'week by Clewiston for
letin will probably be received by'I Mr. Treat showed a movie on lightest in the history of the team the -manufacture of

Mr. Warnock within the next few Cubbing and explained the entire the more advanced students. Thisis here but make up for their lack tweet potato starch.
phase of basic training and it Officials of the
days. set-up to the group of parents a of weight in grit and determination. sugar corpora-
I is understood that the Vultee basic ( tion
stated this
Jay W. Moran, vice-president of present. He also gave the parents It is also the first battle for most morning, that these

the United States Sugar Corpora- instructions in the important part trainers are being used. of them and Coach Dick Turk is priorities would materially assist

., tion, said this morning that the they would have to play in the a' little pessimistic over the pos- the corporation in carrying throughits

.. corporation had not yet received Cub Pack organization.The sibility of success in the opening plans for ,development which

any official notification of the or- sponsoring organization, the 'CHUTE SAVES CADET encounter. The weight average of were first made known only a few

der but understood that such has American Legion, will select the the line is only 130 pounds and of weeks ago.

been issued.In Cubbing committee which in turn the backfield 127. The location of the plant will be;

commenting upon the order will select the Cub Master and his I,IN AIRPLANE CRASH The starting line-up will prob- in the vacant area just north of the

,Mr. Moran said, "I feel that it is assistants. 1 I I ably be Nick Schiffli at left end, sugar house and near the new laboratory -

a logical action on the part of the Among those attending the meet NEAR MOORE HAVEN Billy Perry at center, Martin Wal- "building which was an.-

Secretary of Agriculture inasmuchas ing were Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ber= dron at right end, Sidney'Belcher, nounced last week.Approximately .

there is a need for all of the ner, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Wiandt, at left half, Oliver Martinez at 10,000 acres will

sugar which 'can be produced in Mr. and Mrs. J. C. 'Swindle, Mr. I. British Cadet A. D. Rigg miraculously right and John Bethea at tailback. be planted in the starch type sweet

continental United States.If" I and Mrs., Carl Johnson, Mr. and escaped death near Moore Perry is the heaviest man on the potatoes, mostly in Glades and

"This- merely follows In line'I Mrs. R. N. Smith, Mr. and Mn. I Haven Tuesday in ,the first (team at 154 and Waldron .is the Hendry county because of accessi-

: with the recent action of the Sec E. C. Mills, Mr. and Mrs. F. accident of morning at the Rid11eMcKay lightest at 115.Substitutions bility to the new. processing plant.

retary in suspending .limitations on I Conkling, Mr. and Mrs. R. E'I Aero consequence College* when he will be from among Completion of the new plant is

marketing of sugar produced in the Knighf Mr. and Mrs. ,H.. T'I Dick Elkins, Elbert Hooker, Gus scheduled ,within twelve months and
bailed out of his plane at a height of
mainland cane area for the pres- Vaughn, Mr. and Mrs. A. Toulia, I Cantrell, Leonard Westberry, Tal- the ,growing, harvesting and pro-
five hundred feet. His inJury
, ,.. "': ent crop. The effect'will be such I Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Schiffli, Mrs small broken only bone in madge Burkett and Richard Pape. cessing of the starch will employan

" :--" as to permit farmers to realize i Q E. Miner, Mrs. R. J. Lee, Mrs. E. the ankle.was a Cadets from the RiddleMcKayField estimated 12,000 people at the

something on the investment rep- J. McLeod, L.., C; Redish, Keathley will be guests of the schoolat height of the season and a year-
resentw of excess Rigg was an advanced cadet with around of five hundred.
} by their planting the average
game.
Bowden, .'H. A. Land, C. D...Beatty, I
.. :-. l : -, .It is toi be recalled that Il!. D. Bledsoe: and, W. N. Martin. I three hours of solo work and twenty 1 Chief use of the sweet potato
"kif.sipe; tl..'legislation: made effec-'I hours total instruction in addition : j starch will be for adhesives to replace -

] ; .*;- season, Bob Patterson: "Is ..H: tJ! some! time. atjan, American. ,,training -' ['FormeTo I ; tapioca adhesivps' which it ........
farmers 'Having excess acreage were school before the British cadets ; has been necessary_:to import from
"
1IiII''r' 'r afforded, means, of harvesting ,the tl In came here in groups for training.He I i I foreign countries. It is said that

acreagebut at 'a, penalty in the _reduction -, Injured Accident was flying one of the Stearman IFor I the government Bureau of Print-

of benefit payments. Thus I primary training planes westward Air School Cadets I ing in Washington will use almost

the decision of the secretary is a Near TallahasseeBob from' Moore Haven making'figure- the entire output of the Clewiston
j '
", fortunate one for those having excess eights across Highway 67. He was of '' plant for stamp adhesives and oth-
A committee composed representatives
f-.: '. cane." just west of the intersection of er uses. '
Patterson, son of Mr. and I of the various organizations "
+'f\\.' Mr. Moran also stated that it was Road 29 and 67 at Wise's Corner The raw material is a special
of the community is being
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson of Clewiston,
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... his understanding that although the when an unbalanced propellor; believed type of sweet potato which has
and
and a senior at the University of I' named to plan entertainment
': harvesting of excess acreage will to have snapped off, about British cadets been developed experimentally; by .
recreation for the
Florida, was injured in an auto-
. be permitted there will be no bene- ten; inches from the hub, loosened the Department of Agriculture and
mobile accident, which occurred stationed at the Riddle-McKay Aero
fit payments paid on such excess. 61 the motor and caused it to drop which has been proven will grow
visitsto
miles south of Tallahassee Saturday College during their frequent
By reason of the reductions in from' the plane. As the plane prolifically on the muck soil of
night Bob and two other Clewiston.
proportionate share acreage' in the I turned: over Rigg unsnapped his the Everglades. Although resem-.
. University students were riding In While the committee is as yet
past, .he said, 'there now exists a safety belt and dropped from the bling in every respect the common
functioning
.
a convertible coupe with the top not complete it is already
substantial amount of excess cane cock-pit. A strong east wind blew Those sweet potato, the starch potato has.
down when a truck driven by a so far as possible. nam-
f in the his 'chute for distance and if and will producenear
area.Opening some of little any sugar
: F. D., Duff
far Mrs.
negro pulled in ahead of them. All ed so are
this: is believed to be the reason three times the normal sweet
three of the students were injuredand the Garden Club, Mrs. N. V. S.
: }\' Of Sugar their car telescoped beneath that it opened'sufficiently to break 'Mumford( of the Ladies Aid, W. C. potato yield. The potatoes attain,

,;;..,. his fall. Seven hundred feet is '' andA. enormous size on the muck, some
the body of the truck. ,Bob's in- i Owen of the American Legion
said to be the minimum for a times weighing close to fifteen
( Season Soon Kiwanis .
Expected juries consist of multiple bruises ( W. Lawrence of the
'chute opening in a straight fall. pounds each.
.A'.... ..J... and cuts about the face and legs. Club. "
't-\- Rigg was able to hobble the short There will be no curtailment of
Rev. H. C. Meador of the Baptist
One of the other boys did not regain -
;;;;1,:'- Painting, renovating and mechanical consciousness until Tuesday, distance to the road and hail a Church arranged the first enter- production for starches such as

t::;'.... repairs at the sugar house but is considered- on the road to ride back: to the field.. He was tainment of the cadets by sendinga there is on sugar and government

t( preparatory to the opening of, a recovery at this time. The third ,brought at once] to the Clewiston bus to the school Saturday even- officials are pleased that the com-

;':";" new sugar harvest season appear- hospital where it was found that a for mercial development of starches
and bringing in a -group
boy also received many bruises, '" ing
::f\ ed to be almost complete this bone in the ankle was broken instead church and will be undertaken at this time.It .
but was not critically injured. Markson refreshments at the
;vt'' week and smoke pouring from the > of the severe sprain with A large is understood that some 10-
,, the highway showed that thecoupe's : sightseeing about town.
"--:; several smoke-stacks indicated that which it was thought he would in Sunday I' 000 acres will be planted in the
brakes had been applied 20 I': group was also brought
ih the opening of the season was not escape. crop, largely in Hendry and Glades
this church.
for at
I services
evening
feet before the impact with the I
: ;'..".", too far away. truck. Salvaging crews found the plane :: In addition to this the church is counties.

i.:/." ..' So far officials of the corpora-' Mr and Mrs. Patterson were notified motor almost buried in the ground jll I also planning a fish fry for tomor- i I In addition to the starch plant

..:; tion have not announced an opening of the accident Sunday even- about a quarter' of a mile from I (Continued on. page 10) It is planned to erect a plant for
; date, this depending to !the production of peanut oil but it
,: ; a large where the plane fell and it is 1'said I .
their other
ing by son, Dick, also
; extent on the growth attained by ; that neither the plane nor 1 I is not known whether this plant
\ (Continued on Attends
10)Navy's
& .'' this crop of cane and the sugar page : the motor will have much salvage I II I Beardsley will be erected at this time

Vi>: content of the cane at this season value.

".: '.-' but it is rumored that the opening Mobile UnitIn Forced Landing i Memphis MeetingJ. Nine Men To Blanding

: will probably be the latter :part I
c .
- piloted
.Another Stearman plane,
''- of this month. Moore HavenTwo I 1
;,,,:: by an instructor, made a forced E. Beardsley, a member of Next Monday Morning

:'",>: landing Wednesday afternoon just the State Land Use Planning Com-

or ; Drivers Licenses weeks from today, on Friday east of Lake Hicpochee. No one mittee, attended the regional agri- I -

October 17, the mobile recruiting was injured and the 'plane was culture conference called by Sec- Nine county selectees will reportto
Still On Sale HereThe the local draft office at 7:45a.
damaged. Motor Claude L.
unit of the United States only slightly retary of. Agriculture

Navy will be in Moore Haven for trouble forced the plane to land. Wickard in Memphis, Tenn., on m. Monday morning to be sentto

sale of drivers' 'license in one day, leaving early Saturday Monday and Tuesday of this week. the U. S. Army induction station

Clewiston will continue on Tues- .morning Wage Increase To Be He took a plane to Memphis fromTampa. at Camp Blanding.
It is understood that this call
day, Thursday and Saturday until Arrangements are being made .

, further notice at the Community for placing the trailer close to some Given Sugar WorkersA Secretary Wickard made several I was for twelve. men but only nine
available.The
. Center. small building where physical talks during the conference the were

!' The deadline for purchase of examinations may be given any applicants general theme of which was to nine are: Charles Leon
Joseph
: 1941 licenses was Wednesday morning for Navy service. It is ten per cent increase in minimum make plans for Increased produc- Brewer, Jimmie Lee Bines, ;

r and no extension of time was probable that Fountain's Trailer wages for laborers harvestIng tion of foodstuffs. Other talks I Mack Leiter and Lawrence Stan-
Vernon
granted by Governor Holland so Camp will be used. the 1941 sugar cane crop in t were made by Wayne Darrow of the field Enloe of Clewiston; and

that anyone caught driving now The mobile unit is equipped for Florida and Louisiana was information division of the AAA I'Cross, Clyde Wilson Sullen
announc-I Lonnie of LaBelle;
without a license will be subject enlisting men and completing all ed this week by the and H.' R. Tolley with a greater Hamilton Taylor Homer

'i-: to arrest and fine. However there ,pre-enlistment papers while there. Agriculture. This rate is effective ;: part of the last afternoon taken ,Archie Pelham Fortson and

:'. has been no move as yet to force 'It will come here from Fort Myers as of September 1, this year until up by a general discussion. Several Whidden of Felda.
) I of the draft board are
,' delinquent buyers to take an exami- and return Saturday to Sebring. June 30 of 1942. j j I hundred delegates from the various j I Members have had previous -
who
nation and those with 1940 licence Sixty-five thousand men are Cane growers are required toj j governmental agencies of the southern urging all men who still
and
service
", may ,still purchase a new one with- needed at once by the Navy, excel- comply with the minimum wage ,1 states attended the conference. : army these
to register
out being examined. lent opportunities are afforded scale to share in benefit payments Mr. Beardsley stated that the {i have their papers county

;-, County Judge R. M. Harris reported young men now enlisting for regular under the sugar act. The minimum program was not made too clear j J papers at the city hall doing or this a

a total sale of some 2200 or emergency service and it is wage will apply this year for the and that the attitude of the group court house. By be
of the papers can
! licenses in the county during Sep- expected that several recruits will first time to mechanical loading toward the sugar restrictions appeared -j j certified copy lost.
obtained if the originals are
I''; tember. be interviewed while there. and cutting of cane. to be very indefinite. (

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wG Abandoned by its mother, a day old moose was found in the bush SUNDAY Lesson

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R B FN turned it over to their guide, George Hughes. The moose was named By Dean HAROLD of The L.Moody JLUNDQUIST.Bible Institute D. D. 4CRE

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WINTER PLANSAs Lesson for October (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)
far as can be ascertained, the

most important point under dis- Lesson, subjects and Scripture texts se- JUDY GARLAND was up a
cussion between Hitler and Musso- Council cted and of Religious copyrighted Education by International; used by when she got that very
lini during their recent visit to the permission.GOD special invitation to go to Chile
Russian battle lines was a plan by
which Italian troops would hold OUR HEAVENLY FATHER recently. It came from the Hon.

down a sizeable portion of the Ger- I .Claude Bowers, ,[J. S. ambassador -
man front,during the Russian winter 8:24.33.LESSON TEXT Genesis 1:20-23: Matthew asking her to be guest of

stalemate. r GOLDEN ..TEXT-Our Father which art honor at a gala charity premiereof
Naturally, no one outside the In thew heaven 6:9.Without. Hallowed be thy name.-Mat' Metro's "Ziegfeld Girl" in

Fascist-Nazi' high command really !, Santiago. (And if you think Metro's
knows the details of what happened.
God man has no hope in publicity department had a hand in
However, Mussolini squawked so this world. This is the teaching of the matter you can't be far wrong!)
that
Hitler's demands
loudly over ,
their general nature leaked out in Scripture, which is confirmed by Well, Judy couldn't get away, be-
Experience and admitted by the cause she's working with Mickey
Rome-where a lot of army leadersare
philosophies of men. "Having no Rooney in "Babes on Broadway."
Axis.
too friendly to the
none } ,,rooj.1 rk: 'o b ,R'< vuwr"r,r fAw'1d fca 9 hope and without God in the world," So she wrote a nice letter and arranged -
Hitler's theory, bluntly put, was says Paul (Eph. 2:12), and every to send as proxy a doll,
that the Italians were no good as godless philosophy paints the same three feet high, resembling her in
fighters; so during the winter months dark picture. Says one, "It cannotbe every detail. Wearing a modish

when there was no fighting to be '! ( 'A: '"' .GK"5 .. .,? doubted 'that the theistic beliefIs traveling suit, it was to take a
? ,f' dr'6''' : x
:
JM\oe ;
done, they could move into the ; JP it+ a comfort to those that hold it plane, be met by the ambassadorand
trenches and protect the' German and that the loss of it 'is a very a group of American women,
lines. painful loss. We have seen the in Chile, and attend the dinner cladin
Then Hitler could ship his troops spring sun shine out of an empty a replica of the gown worn by
down to Africa, and could clean up heaven to light up a soulless earth; Judy in one number of "Ziegfeld
the whole of North Africa before we have felt with utter loneliness Girl.' Which should satisfy even

spring and good fighting weather returned v4r,: x r that the Great. Companion is dead" .an ambassador.Ann .
to Russia. Hitler figured L: -S (Clifford). ---7

that during the winter he could take That desolate and despairing con- Miller, whose motion picture
over all of French North Africa, clusion need not be the lot of any fortunes hit a new high in Colum-

Egypt and the Suez canal, then pene- man, for we have in God's own bia's "Go West, Young Lady," has
trate to Dakar-from which he Jr Word a clear revelation of Himself. been keeping it' secret that she's
would have 'a base against South .iY. I. God Our Creator (Gen. 1:26-28). really Lucille Collier, the girl who

America. Both of our Scripture passages tell ___m'Um _
It has long been known that Hitler us much about man, but in doingso if-?
realizes he has to move fast in .Africa they reveal God. ;\R: :j! ;
and the South Atlantic, or the George Hughes lifts the lost babe gently as he takes it back to camp 1. How .He Made Man (vv. 26, f "i" 'iN;!

United States will be strong enoughto for introduction to some food delivered through a'pacifier. 27). "God created man in his ownimage" ". ',, ";, },.',Jj'i"' ; :.,;.. ::
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block him.Mussolini's. ... (v. 27). This does not referto uif i ,1L<,4':' > Ir Jj-J'
reaction to this plan I II I any physical likeness, althoughit >::': .7 :. :1
was anything but enthusiastic. : is abundantly evident that man's f:1i'?i t J' 1t5'" '

Aside from the ignominy of with- body is far above the animal level r<<'%t '::1
drawing from Italy's proposed field and perfectly adapted to be the : :
of conquest-Africa-Il Duce argued dwelling place of the soul and the
that Italian troops could not stand instrument of its activity in a r
Russian winters. ,They would die of Mrw',: physical world. Even the Son of til

pneumonia ,in :such a rigorous cli >< : God, took _upon Himself the body of ;
mate. Glav; t a man and, in its glorified state, I'' !:>/ 't s "> X'J.
Whether ,Mussolini finally agreedis rRF' still bears that' body in heaven. < 'X'h/XhY; "lf ) "
not known. This means that man's body is <

Note: The Nazi plan apparentlyis 4 worthy of honor. and considerate &fyJ
d
r e'Hk.y care and use. t1J
to put 250,000 Hungarian troops in > d arr t,. ,
the Russian trenches during the The real image of God in man is
winter Rumanians a moral and spiritual likeness. Manis
; plus 200,000 ; plus
arqw a moral being, knowing the difference .
about 50,000 Slovaks and about 500- -z----;; :
000 Italians. The German between right and wrong.
-- army 'sarsx He' has all the characteristics ,ANNMILIs,j
during the :winter'would be reducedto
personality, self-consciousness, in-
a mere skeleton of about 100,000men. seven tried to land in pic-
and will. That years ago
r telligence, feeling
; 4d2
; tures dancer. She failed she
; image has been marred and defacedby as a -
sin, but it is still there. Evenin was only eleven then-changed her
NEW IMPRESSIONS name and personality, and three
the lowest man or woman it is
Washington newsmen, after see- of and trans- : years later had won attention as a
capable being reached'
ing Roosevelt twice a week for eight ,. .i,0 .l'. 1ic.Y. ,"aZ'_..flllkai___._n__:._..._....._._.___. formed by the grace of God. night club" dancer.,
years, have only dull impressionswhen ,",
they walk into a press confer- The baby moose knows exactly Hughes gives the call of the calf 2. How He Blessed Man (v. 28). '
ence. A fresh impression comes what to do with the bottle offeredby I through a birch bark horn as he He gave man "a help meet for him" If you liked that Dashiell Ham-
:from Jack Moffitt, ace Hollywood the guide. tries 'to call the mother. (Gen. 2:18) ; that is, a completely mett book, "The Maltese Falcon,"
reporter, who saw the President the suitable companion and helper. He you'll probably like the picture
'-- Warner Bros. have made from it
other day for the first time. gave him dominion over the entire ,
earth, and his restless, pioneering called "The Gent From Frisco." It
"
"There was charm in the setting, features Mary Astor Humphrey
spirit still presses toward the complete ,
Moffitt said. "The mementoes on realization of that promise.He Bogart, Gladys George and Peter
his desk indicate a man of imagination It's the first directorial effort
/ : provided for every need of man, Lorre. -
who can extract'pleasant mem- i :A not only physical and social, but of John Huston, son of Walter,
ories
from past experiences who also wrote the He
also spiritual, for we read that He screen play.
He costumes well. Hoover's choker :A4 walked with 'him "in the cool of did so well with it that he's been
collar became a symbol of Tory assigned to direct "In This Our
the day" (Gen. 3:8), until man by
America. Coolidge dressed like a his own sin broke that fellowship. Life," with Bette Davis, which is
small town banker. Roosevelt God's love toward His creation is quite a step forward for a young
Avoids the foppish, but hits a cer- shown by His provision for man's director.
tain suburban in his
ease dress ;k-
and full usefulness.
complete joy
which sells quickly to the public. k- Father Daisy, Asta, and the other noted
'. H. God Our Heavenly
"He was'impressive in handling : : dog stars of filmdom have had to
(Matt. 6:24-33)).
himself. There :
was ease and frank- move over and make room for Romulus '
ness, and a quickness in responseto ____ : Ir Two things harass the mind and the nondescript brown mon-
questions. He was at all times /4 heart of man-anxiety for today and grel who made his film debut in
master of"the interview. fear for tomorrow. He must have "Reap the Wild Wind." Cecil B.

"I was struck by his paleness and what he and his family needs for DeMille, who chose him from 200

the lines in his face, contradicting today, and it is a constant strugglefor applicants, says he's the perfect
the smirk I've seen in a thousand : ,y, f, most men to meet that need. character 'dog. He won' his second
cartoons. If I 'were a casting di- x.L.y ,yrf ; y; ', G.. ':: '6; Then, as though that were not role in Paramount's "Midnight An-
rector, looking for an actor for this enough, there is always the mor- gel," in which he'll appear with

part, I'd cast him as a man who is .... _{ row's newand possibly greaterneeds. Martha O'Driscoll and Robert Pres-
working hard under great strain." 1. Why We,Need Not Be Anxious ton; they're old friends, as he met
Pete, fourteen-year-old Belgian police husky looks on as the guidt Today. (vv. 24-31)). The answer is them when they all worked. in his
':UNDER WAR SECRETARY watches the new member of his family sleeping. simple-look at 'the birds. They first picture.

Newsmen sat three deep around a _MV ...._........_.__........... cannot work, they are not even --7 K-
long 4 :rye' '-+ Zrv Y' able to pray, yet God feeds them. stars
polished table in the new war Seems that most Hollywood
department building. They fired Consider the glory of the flowers. become shy and embarrassed when

questions at the man with a sun- ,S,_ Even a king cannot dress in such they have to play a love S'cene-or
tanned face sitting at the head of beauty-God provided it for them. so we're told. But not Greta Garbo.
the table. He was the under secre- "Are ye not much better than The director explains what lie wants
tary of war.What's they?" (v. 26). and she falls into the mood of the

a T-6 tank like? Are No bird ever worried because it scene, relaxed and unselfconscious.
M-3 tanks available for the maneu M did not have a meal laid by for to- George Cukor, directing her in
.t ?
vers? Did the French find the f a f>. y y morrow, and no flower has fretted "Twins," says that some of the
y >}tr..R : ;}, ,.jk y + itself lest its blossom failed to
; : come
75 mm. tank gun effective? ; :{ .l j .K .3rF finest love scenes he's ever watchedare
What is the altitude range of the 90 forth in its accustomed beauty. those between Garbo and Mel-

mm. anti-aircraft gun? Is the Why should we be anxious? vyn Douglas in this picture.

army in Iceland? What do you 2. Why We Need Not Fear To- _';c_
think about the Russian resistance? morrow (vv. 32, 33). "Your heavenly 1
He ducked the last two questions, Father knoweth that yehaveneed"v. When Fay Holden played Greer
but answered all the technical ques- q ( 32). Does not that settle the Garson's mother in "Blossoms in the
tions with the assurance of a soldier 'ciJ >" whole future? It is in God's hands, Dust," Fay's husband, David Clyde,
trained ,all his life in ordnance.But and even if it were in our hands, played butler. Now she's being Rob-
he isn't a life-long soldier. He what could we do about it? Tomor- ert Young's mother in "H. M. Pul-
is a lawyer, an ex-circuit court row with its joys and sorrows is ham, Esq.," and again her husbandis

judge,. who scarcely a year ago was not yet here, and when it does come scheduled to "Yes, Madam" her.
concerned with such non-military God will be here as a loving Fatherto --7uBachelor's E-
subjects as the reorganization of the graciously provide for every "
New York subway. moment of it. Children, winner of
This was a press conference with What then shall we do? Verse 33' the 1941 Radio Guide award as the

the under secretary of war, RobertP. tells us, "Seek ye first the kingdomof year's best daytime radio serial, is
Patterson. A judge in 1940, he God and his righteousness." now heard from coast to coast over
is a soldier in 1941, with complete Give God first place in your life the NBC red network. Now in its

grasp of the technical informationof Pete waited until the new arrival at camp had a sound sleep and and He will see that all "these seventh year, it still has the five
who
and actresses createdthe
his job. then took things" are added. Simple, isn't it? actors
over as nttrw, washing the moose as a mother would her pup. principal roles.Washington
and blessedly true. Let's trust Him! :




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I WHATEVER strengthens tiileAwhil
the,affections,
I enlarges the imagination

I I II II II Ii II adds spirit to.sense, is useful.-
Shelley.

Applause is the spur of noble Definite Surprise!

e/ sy minds, the end and aim of "Afraid you're going to have insomnia "Then I tried to drive round the '
? What the "
weak ones., -Colton. are symptomJTwin.n ? corner..nuWell

l. Thought is deeper than all speech, what happened?,"
yi'aa .c
; iA < :: Feeling deeper than all thought; .. "There 'wasn't one.". j
Souls to souls can never teach Too Tough!
What unto themselves was taught.C. Policeman (producing notebook, ) ,
/ P. Cranch. -Name, please. Tick Tock
J \ Z :? I know that I feel that to do Motorist (caught speeding)- He was telling her his family history.

; good is the truest happinessthat Aloysius Sebastian Syprian. "My grandfather was a poor, hard-
the human heart can taste. ,Policeman (putting book away) working clockmaker. When he died a
-Rousseau. W .-Well, don't let me catch you few years ago he left his estate, which
consisted 'o f two hundred clocks, to my
One moment may with bliss : again. father"

i repay unnumbered hours of "How ,interesting she said "it must
I I I pain.-Campbell. I Man, they say, ,made. of dust. have been real fun winding up his
Some women think;it is gold. estate"




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wORID'S URGEn SELLER'AT i
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The first congress fixed the

President's salary at $25,000 a
We Are NovicesWe year, and this law remained in WJ9

arrive complete novices at ,force during the Lincoln, adminis-
NEW WAYS FOR YOUR BAKING DAYS the different ages of life,. and we tration and during Grant's first

(See Recipes Below) often want experience in spite- of administration, says Pathfinder. pBE1YRWAYTo

the number of years. In March, 1873, however, on the
HOT BREADS-QUICKLY last day of Grant's first term, con- MAKE FIRE
THIS WEEK'S MENU WAS ACHIEVED BY
gress increased the salary of the
Crisp, hot rolls? Cinnamon filled President to $50,000. It was in- ; pLtutgLESsAvguWHOINVENTEO
ind twisted full of nuts, sugar and Baked Pork Chops Apple Sauce creased, to the .present figure of
,Potatoes Baked Squash YOU BUYINOCULATION
raisins? Muffins Scalloped $75,000 a year the day before

(- s Ii golden and plump Butterscotch Rolls Beverage the inauguration,of.President Taft
standing high, in Waldorf Salad in': 1909.' f;
peaks? Scones in '
Oranges Syrup
In the'previous the "i
during
h spread with jam year,
p 0f Recipe Given Theodore Roosevelt administration
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or jelly? Why, of
course, they're ON FAITHField ongress .had added $25,000 to 5
andwhat's the salary' for traveling'expenses.. .FIRSEtPHOSPHOROUS
yummy, tests have shown a big differenceIn .
Rolls.
Butterscotch
addition
better, the quality of Inoculator brands on the Today the President gets, in -
all be Make baking-powder biscuits as market. You cannot see the legume bac- to his salary of $75,000 a
they can .1441'6H
I L: teria you purchase. Immediate demon- tear
nade in a jiffy. With the cooler given, in the recipe above and paton stration is impossible What Is the repu- ,year, $30,000 extra for traveling

weather setting in, you homemakrs floured board. lation tation you and buy experience? behind the inocu- entertaining, $225,000 for clerk TUG BETTER WAX TO TREAT

can return the' hot breads and Brush with melt- w .NITRAGIN Is the ORIGINAL LEGUME hire, and $200,000 for the upkeepof CONSTIPATION DUE TO LACK OF

their baking into your schedules.Or ed butter, sprin- ; the farmers INOCULATOR for over,forty having years.served It the White. House,or,, about $533- rWEK"BUtK"IN THE VIET 16 TO
ba- kle generously won a GOLD MEDAL at the World's 950 in all.Modern. CORRECT THE CAUSE OF THE
is there bake sale or a
a 1904.
.' Fair St.'Louis
with brown '
sugar ::!t. TROUBLE Wines A DELICIOUS
included in the fall and winter In the
taar I and cinnamon. ,,- .!.\,,. NITRAGIN Is made most complete -
and modern laboratory of Its CEREAL KEtLOGGSAWBRAN.
of church club activities ,
schedule or
your I Roll as for jelly kind in the world. streamlined war may
? Nothing will fill the bill I roll and cut in }- ;.NITRAGIN is the leader in its field have changed the arms and meth- ...EAT''rte
quite nicely as a few trays of by a big margin. NITRAGIN demandIn ods of Uncle Sam's soldiers butit
; so
inch pieces. Put Vz teaspoon of but- the South has rapidly increased ORIINK
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freshly baked biscuits, rolls, and. of brown .year after year. During the fall of hasn't changed the Army man's AND ftENTY 'u 'llJj f(
ter 'each 1 teaspoon sugarin 1940 the Southern shipments of smoking preference. For more ..OF WATER --.
oread.
: muffin and lay the NITRAGIN were for more than 45
pan than 20 Camels have been
million pounds of VETCH and WIN- years
Although cakes and pies can be pieces of rolled dough on top of TER PEAS. This large demand is the' Army man's favorite cigar- .
:baked at home by individual mem- them. Bake 20 to 25 minutes in a due after to year.many field We prove tests carried by these on tests year ette. Today, actual sales records "- .......\

oers, these hot breads can be made, hot oven (400 degrees.) that NITRAGIN is,a good product. show Camels not 'only are the fa- \,
)h, so quickly right in the church Plain Muffins. Send for our booklet "Plant Legumes'to vorite with men in the Army, but Harmful Curiosity *
'
because they need Prosper Plhflie field tests with in the Idle needs to be de \
!sitchen only a (Makes 1 dozen) and how i The booklet men Navy, Marine curiosity .
few supplies and a few minutes to f also gives you valuable information Corps and Coast Guard as well. flated. ,
2 sifted flour ? regarding the inoculation of legumes.If .
bake. They'll give, your display a cups With men in the service giving
3 baking powder your dealer does not have NITRAGINin
teaspoons cigarettes first place in the gift
__ more complete array of baked goods stock have him get it for you. Insiston
= and will be a good substantial ,1 teaspoon salt -W NITRAGIN inoculation line-up, it's natural that local tobacco -
rp "
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dealers are, featuring' "Senda
1/4'-cup-sugar- V.A*
euLatitutel
:j1ccept'no ,
:;" contrast to the fancier displays': To 1 egg, beaten ''... Carton of Camels"as the'ideal WNOIlOlINE.
make things'easy", serve them in SA milk gift for the service men from the
pans (if you can spare them) to 4 tablespoons cup melted shorteningMix folks back home.-Adv. HAIR TONIC-
save time in making displays.If .
the dry ingredients. Add the
you're planning a sale of bakery milk to the egg and mix with the
goods, have one section of a table ,.. dry ingredients. THE NITRAGIN COMPANY, Inc.
.
set aside for selling individual piecesof :,t, : To this add the 3750 No.Booth St. Milwaukee,WU. If you bake at home use A
cakes, pie, cookies, or a roll. < shortening. Stir ,

When people realize how delicious a till just mixed. J'
mouthful is, they can hardly resist .. TO CHECK
B ( .,, { Fill greased muffin RIA
buying a bagful. : \ r FLEISCHMANN'S
: :;'j'0 t\ tins quickly
"'..,. ., ,As a good starter, consider the with two table- k IN 7DAYS
possibilities of ,the humble baking- spoonfuls to each
powder biscuit:: Bake in hot (425 degrees T
pan. a oven *
Baking ,Powder Biscuits. ) for 25 minutes. take666RAZOR FRESH YEAST ;

(Makes 12 biscuits) The muffin recipe may also be 2,
baked in a square pan and topped Good ,.
2 flour % j
cups Buain
with the following: 2 tablespoonssugar
2 teaspoons double-acting bak- rubbed with 1 teaspoon cinna- BLADES l _

ing powder mon, 2 tablespoons flour and 2 tablespoons SCHAfgN
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% teaspoon salt butter. Rub until crum- fgSru NSh'3t
4 tablespoons butter shortening OUTSTANDING BLADE VALUE
or bled m' appearance and sprinkleover ,wr ':

the top of batter before baking.Do KENT;, tsaG u,,
Milk to mix your meals need toning up or s-: h'0 u.e aouti 'unrThe' /

Sift the flour once, measure, add do you want to make your bakery Doubt Edge B LAD E S Single E >8lOforlOc
baking powder and salt, then cut in goods sale a smash hit? Either'way., COUNTRY BY 7 STORM"for lOc 'w '
"TAKING THE Household r
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these will do the trick
shortening. Add milk and mix just scones : KNOWN FROM COAST TO COAST
enough to hold together in large Holiday Fruit Scones. O CUPPLES COMPANY ST. LOUIS, MO. O =
flakes. Pat to Vt of an inch thick- (Makes'2 dozen scones) Favorite of Four p} -

ness on a floured board and cut witha 2 cups flour -
biscuit cutter., Bake in a hot oven 2 teaspoons double-acting' bak- Secret Faults Generations!
,
faults when
We forget
(450 degrees) 12 to 15 minutes. ing powder easily our
Vz teaspoon salt they are only known to ourselves.

2 tablespoons sugar

LYNN SAYS: 4 tablespoons butter or shortening -

,
Quick breads require less at- 11h teaspoons grated orange rind AND THANKS FOR CAMELS

tention than yeast brews, but Vz cup finely cut, seedless raisins tt THE CARTON OF CAMELS SMOKE OF SLOWER-BURNING '
there are a few pointers about 2 eggs ARE GRAND. CAMELS CONTAINS :
them you ought to bear in mind. % cup light cream. ? _YOU PICKED )
Sift flour once, measure, add bak- EXTRAMILD-
Beware of overmixing the batter ; THE RIGHT BRAND }-' 28%
or dough. For the baking ing powder, salt, sugar, and sift WITH LESS
powder variety work the fat into again. Cut in shortening, add or-
the flour or mixed dry ingredients ange rind and raisins. Reserve yNICOTINE IN LESS NICOTINE
only until mixed. Then about Vz of one egg white for glaze. ? 3
stop, : THE SMOKE .
quickly. Mix in the milk with a Beat remaining eggs well, add $ f y; d than the average of the 4 other

few whirls, but do not overstir cream, and then add to flour mix- : largest-selling cigarettes tested
ture. Stir the whole mixture .r
unless you want tough, leathery vig-
than of them
-less according
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until it forms soft any
biscuits. orously a dough ,,4

The secret of good muffins is and follows the spoon around the ;, "yea'y : s to independent scientific

to mix the batter only until blend- bowl. Turn out immediately on a tl l tests of the smoke itself
ed. Even the egg should be floured board and knead 30 seconds. M4; \
slightly beaten. If want Roll % inch thick and cut in small
only you ? !' Actual sales records show the largest-sell
the muffins high in peaks add triangles. Place on ungreased baking -
a
t Marine Corps
and
a ing cigarette in Army
sheet. Brush tops lightly with
two of
tablespoonful or extra flour i '
t4r a Post Exchanges, and in Navy Canteens
- .. to the recipe. Honey, jam and ,reserved egg white, slightly beaten -
is CameLTHE
and Ship's Service Stores
jelly are indicated for muffins as sprinkle with additional sugar. w'
grand pick-ups for meals. I Bake in a hot oven (450 degrees) 10 r.

Always measure ingredients unless minutes or until browned. Serve

you have the extraordinary with, jam or jelly.'Oranges .
quality of guessing accurately. in Syrup.
I There is such a thing, but it is (For 6 people)

rare, so remember to use standard Peel 6 oranges, remove all skin

: measuring'o cups _and spoons. and membrane with knife, but leave
Measurements are level unless orange whole. Make a syrup by
otherwise stated. boiling the following ingredients 10

Ovens for most quick breads : minutes: 1 cup orange juice, % cup
f are hotter than for the yeast vari- pineapple juice, % cup lemon juice, / CIGARETTE OF
;- eties. Set the meter correctly 1 cup sugar. Place oranges in this,
when heating and do not put bat- boil for 1 minute. Remove to serv- COSTLIER TOBACCOSTHE

ter or dough in until the oven has .ing dish. Chill thoroughly, sprinkle
reached the desired temperature. with coconut before serving.
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OK FOnt THE CLEWISTON NEWS .
FRIDAY OCTOBER: 3. 1941

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The Clewiston, News I Clewiston Unit 'nose, and-but all this is hardly spite of these almost insurm u t- J gether. (This is no reflection upon
I l relevant. !
the
I! Second Course "How did you come over?" she probab-ly I I rather quality is it a of peculiarly American nasty genius crackat ;

Published every Friday. in Clewiston, asked suddenly, after we had floundered our own
of
CLEWISTON NEWS, (Straight bats) we have come we powers assimilation.)
Florida, by the : about for five minutes in a It is
Inc. : I ,have seen and we1 have be'en'con- an onerous-not to say invidious
I mild muddle of conventional chit-
(Ed Note:-The following is by .
task
to
sum the
quered. up impressions
Instead of the chimerical
vague -
I
chat. We told her.
RAF Cadet G. J" Cassidy and wa!
land ,(the result of 'the of fifty people but the
Editor
BOWDEX. capricious
KEATIILKY: printed in a recent issue of the Arcadia "Guess you all had an ,exciting fact that we have not heard
distortions of movie one
"
magnates :
Arcadian while he was stationed crossing? she persisted. :voice
: raised in criticism
I : the world over) we have or lament
class mall matter,, "Oh no, we replied, "Nothing
Entered as second at Carlstrom Field. He Is. illustrates how
February 1, 1927. at the Pest Offlce in untoward. A few porpoises.. No'U- I found in America second home. j thoroughly enjoyed
School -
now! at Riddle ear'Cl w-
: and :
under' the Act of I appreciated "are
Florida I. the
; '
Clewiston. jand
Americans have found tp many excellences
"" '' hoped boats. In all, about as thrilling asa we ,
March'.3J1391. I i ,ton and It is that 'he will '-Carlstrom Field '
I be our brothers, where once. we rejgarded ;, and
trip on the Serpentine. We has- I
write other such interesting. items thV' Riddle organization.
t them with the fishy stare : Among our
tily endeavored to explain that the I
Subscription Rate *2.0O Per: Year. I for the News.) for ,,number' are a few who have seen
reserved peculiarly distant cou-i
I ____ :Serpentine was a lake in a London ( '
AdvertlslDK Hate* On Application. The first Arcadia maiden to Park, and we had just realized she ,sins. :: 1)service. .at other stations in the U.
[ S.
1 ,- and they in the
agree newly
| acquired -
4 whom we were introduced was very seemed a trifle disappointed."The ; Judging by the way we 'have;!, idiom, that "this. place
Devoted to the advancement and welfare 1 beautiful. She had clear blue eyes, first English boys," she said, caught up with the integral matters -',is swell." sure
of Clewiston and Hendry County. and. soft brown hair, a retrousse "were chased. by the Bismarck." of dressing, drinking and .din
I ,'Aha!" we said archly, "shootingyou ing England after the war shouldbe f 'Talking of men in the service let
r ward'robe' a line." a merry sort of place peopledwith RUS, be paradoxical and end with an
i in the air when my introduction.
ME AX OCR. cC: =r "What Did You See?" 'gentry in morning dress and Meet Sgt. Rumblein
FLORIDA %'\SSCCr.-\I10 \V\ j is finally complete. Another ten gallon command of C. C. 2. Formerlya
"Oh hats
-er-pulling your leg, you | loping blithely into
when all the bridge clubs
NATIONAL[EDITORIAL:> ASSOCIATION V) sign first line
artillery in
know. to the Savoy the Sergeant
I9 1 'V She did not seem regard and running speedy
sessions Summer
I'begin regular do again. this remark in its true light, and soft-footed waiters off their carpet the Army, he Is a yeteran of Dun
vacations interrupt our
,looked at us somewhat disparaging I slippers with tremendous orders of kirk considers himself lucky in
bridge schedule fried chicken that he was on the last destroyerto
( style)
*' ly. country
to be the only I
Mr. Ickes seems leave. Tells
a great of
convinced that there is a gasoline I "The second bunch," she went on : (CULINARY NOTE: Apropos story
one Every so often we feel constrain- RAF heroism at that memorable
pensively, "had visited Iceland." ,iced tea. It IS served in England,
shortage.Did jed to call attention to the need for r withdrawal. Two hundred German
I I We were stunned. What'an inter only there isn't any ice in it, and
more street markers in Clewiston. Heinkels were engaged by nine
fering old devil Providence tor one calls it Russian. If one orderedit
drivers' license was
you buy your And we might, as well add that Spitfires who made'short work of
In September or are you .among'th house numbers will soon be neces not letting us be torpedoed. in a good class restaurant it many of them. And then one Eng-
until I "Are you sure you didn't have an probably would be served hot. Perhaps -
of those grounded one
list sary. Did you ever try to direct lish pilot, running out of gas and
exciting crossing?" she asked suspiciously there is a difference some
can be obtained? I a stranger to some place clear ; .ammunition, climbed high above the
where after all.) -
across, town? Such arm wavingand dog-fight, and diving at a Heinkel
A light but determined sextet 'of finger-pointing would make I Crestfallen we' reiterated that we I In short, we have all become a,.crashed himself and his plane
Tigers will take: the field tonight,: Emily Post shudder. (were quite sure. After that the evening I little more civilized (for' what isj right into the German. Both planes

against the Jupiter team. Let's'hope a for us seemed to lose a little j civilization but the knowledge and 'crashed' .in flames.
they claw their way to a victory i I I of its first fine, careless rapture toleration of the way in which the
in this opening contest. Riddle Field: 50 new cadets-.land. when a cadet who had helped ''other half of the world_ lives?), a j "Many are called; few are chosen. -

__ __ __ ___ II!I i I two new majors, one crashed I give the Bismarck the slip reminded [little less conservative in outlook, ." We can not all be heroes;

A couple of accidents at heI plane, one broken ankle, one our inquisitress that this was [a lot more educated in all things. and not every man can be an active
flying school this week, one of ,I'I broken leg. The plane crash his dance, we let him literally i Laurence Sterne said a long time service pilot; but with your help,

which came near being fatal. We !! caused the broken ankle, a waltz off with her. She was such a ago that travel was the best education America, we mean to have a darned
I I slushy field for an amateur foot sweet girl, too. good try. -
are glad that Cadet Rigg escaped ] for anybody's son, and certainly I
so luckily. :i) ball ,game caused' the broken leg. The foregoing was written with we have gained a better impression l i

'* '* the object of wrapping up neatly I of America, by coming here, I We must arm ourselves againstthe

The Dodgers at least put a stop 11: The Red Cross: Still desirous the cold, hard fact that the Clewis- than we received from the works of forces of evil and destruction.You .

to the run of foUr-game World I! of more volunteers to sew and knit. I ton Second Course men area Bismarck -I Dreiser, Mitchell Hemingway, can help by buying Defense

Series in which the Yankees have i Still needs portable electric machines and a trip around Reykjavik Twain-in fact, the whole 'collection' Savings Bonds and Stamps regularly
played. It would be a bigger upset for its workroom. behind their colleagues. But in of American literateurs put to- .
than__' Russia's' defense. if the 1 1v .
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of things happeningand /9-a8ca&WMo

things contemplated during the ,

past, few weeks think,_ nothing of ,. .
it But' ;you can be prepared to '; -
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heart is set, and make a success of I .A> -."
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Navy is really interested in enlisting -- r-
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men, it might station Carroll i.w-, .
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:Reddish on. a busy street corner and fJ '-

let him tell all comers what the J \1

Navy has meant to him. To Car

roll it was the fulfillment of a .
dream. He had always; been interested .
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in radio and wireless '.

work, and when he enlisted in the

Navy he asked for radio training.

Then he asked that he be sent to -
the U. S. Naval Training Station in j ar

Jacksonville. Both these requests -

were granted, and he has been for .
several months learning the trade

for which he had natural aptitude.

Last week he was graduated frcfm

the training school as a second ,

class seaman, having completed his -" "?.......::%:.. .... :, .. ................. : L+,
radio training successfully. He

vas delighted to complete his
l ...
course, and asked fo be stationedat

the Opa Locka Station in MI-
-ami. That was almost too much''I :. I

luck for one boy to have, .;.he,..., ;;- )! ;
thought, but the Navy didn't think : fi:1hi
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so and'he was sent to Opa Locka.

To his delight when he arrived :.','. .- ,..:;{:

there, he found his work was directly .
under a man he knew well, -., At our showrooms today we invite you ness, quietness, steadiness and all-around .?:

-John T. Allen, who is a brotherof to inspect an unusual new car-new in comfort. Driving is easier than usual with-' ;,-,. "., f..>:

"Uncle Dan"* Allen.* beauty, in comfort, in choice of two fine steering, gear-shifting and brake action all ::;.

., made smoother and easier than ever. ,
90-horsepower motors six eight'cylin-
Other news from the boys in or ,
"service. James M. Congdon has ders. Defense requirements have 'been met i'- ;
been transferred from Fort Sill,
;Okla, to Camp Joseph Robinson, .- j The new Ford is built in a style de- in this new car without a single reduction

Little Rock, Ark., which is 460 signed to stay good for years with long, in the basic and lasting goodness of the .'

"miles nearer home. James says Ford mechanically. Where new materials
low wider
The Clewiston News is welcome modern lines on a lower and
a
arrival each week, for "it certainly chassis. The interior styling is pleasing have replaced old it has usually been at, a

is a pleasure to read my home town and distinctive and in beauty will hold its greater cost and the new is, in every case, I II

news" He promises to send us own in any company. equal to or better than the old.
some news of the camp to whichhe I .

is sent. We hope each of the .... The car is big, with plenty of knee For more and better transportationroom
boys will keep us at home informed
of their moves, and will send us and elbow room and on the road it for your money see and drive the new '

little sketches of camp life. Camp will show many further advances in softFord TODAY. ,
'Wolters' Texas, is receiving another .
I .
of our boys as James W. Bledsoe s

Chas completed his Initial period of On Display At '
service at the Reception Center at
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Camp Blanding and is befng sent

this week to Infantry Replacement

Training Center* *at *Camp Wolters. Hendry County Motors Inc. ,


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LaBelle chapters at the Community :NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ial Tax School District in Hendry tition ot five (5) or more persons
Dan Beardsley: Receives Center. Representatives of all I I REGISTER ,FICTITIOUS NAME County, Florida, and for the further qualified to vote in the election. The
i purpose of either favoring the mill- Petition must be filed with the Board
civic and religious bodies as 'we '..TO WHOM IT MAY, CONCERN: age estimated by the Board of Pub- of Public Instruction of Hendry County -
American Farm Degree as members of the Red Cross chapters Notice is hereby given that the undersigned lic Instruction or setting a different Florida, at least 30 days prior
millage. to holding of the election
I under the provisions of on the
I. ..1 are attending. Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts All qualified 'electors residing with date above set out
'. These institutes are Deng held of 1941, will register' with ,th-e- Clerk in any School District in Hendry THE BOARD OF PUBLIC
Dan Beardsley; son _of Mr. and L the of the Circuit Court, in and for Hen- County,' Florida, whose voting registration INSTRUCTION) OF HENDRY
i Mrs. J. E. Beardsley of Clewiston, i Iat, selected points throughout dry ,County Florida, upon receipt of is within the particular Spec- COUNTY FLORIDA.By .
:active in :Future Farmer(,state for the purpose of discussing proof of publication of this notice, the' ial Tax School District and who paysa A. O. WARD, Chairman.
who was I" disaster 'relief in connection fictitious name, to-wit: tax on either real or personal property Attest:
; activities during his high school Clewiston Bar. within said District shall be .entitled C. E. WEAVER,
< afcokee and last received ': with home, defense work and matters under which I am engaged in business to vote in said election in his Superintendent of Public Instruction.
days: n .J year I' connected with the annual roll on Road 25 at Clewiston. That or her district. Ex-officio Secretary of the Board
ti. faster Planter's Degree .I call and other things of interest the party interested In said businessis Trustees must be nominated by Pe- Sept. 6, 12, 19, 26, Oct. 3, 10,, '17, 24, U.I .
la Kas City will leave October -' as follows:
I Ito I the chapter.. : PETER CHAGARIS
15 t' Kansas City where he City of Clewiston, County of Hen-
Moses has been a member'of
Miss
will rechis American Farmer dry Florida October 1, 1941.
the National Disaster staff since Oct. 3. 10, 17, 24, 31.
Degree.
1929 and has served on all ma-
I There "win be only one other
jor disasters occuring in the East- NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
i Florida for this
candidate from REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME:
I ern part of the courilry. She served -
degree but these two, candidates
' ; will be accompanied to Kansas: City I over-seas during the first World Notice is hereby given that the undersigned / t I
War as an active nurse. under the provisions of
by a group of candidates ,for the I Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida, Acts I

r I Master Planter's degree and by I I of 1941, will register with the Clerk I
and for Hen-
in
of the Circuit Court
NOTICES
LEGAL
head of
Jr.
Williams, vo-
J. F. '
.dry County, Florida, upon receipt of
cational agriculture for the state. I I II proof of publication of this notice
Dan is now studying for his I I the fictitious name, to-wit: hfl J1

B.. S. degree in Agriculture' the NOTICE OF INTENTION, NAME''TO under Royals.which I am engaged In businessat ;
FICTITIOUS
REGISTER f
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University of Florida. Clewiston Florida. That the partyInterested
In said business is. as follows -
TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: : .
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned G. L. ROYAL
Kiwanis Delegates To under the provisions of I I City. of Clewiston, County of Hen- : i
Chapter 20.953, Laws of Florida, Acts dry, Florida, October 1, 1941.
of 1941, will register with the Clerkof Oct. 3,, 10, 17, 24, 31. ,
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Convention Named{ the Circuit Court in and for Hen- i
dry County, Florida, upon receipt of
-- I I proof of publication of this. notice, the NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION
fictitious name, to-wit:
The Kiwanis Club, at the regular Shorty's Baioer Shop '.
dinner meeting at the Inn Wednes-/I I under which I am engaged in busi- NOTICE IS ''HEREBY GIVEN, That
I I ness at ,Clewiston. Florida. That the the regular Biennial School District
day night, named Hub Spooner, A.I, party interested: in said business: is Elections will be held on the first u IIII
O. Ward and A. L. Stevens. as dele- I'as follows' : Tuesday after the first Monday in ltI in I:
T. C. MUSGRA\E November A. D. 1941 ,being the 4th
gates to the state convention in Orlando City of Clew if-ton. Coiinty ..f Hen- day of November, A. D. 1941. Said
October 12 to 14. dry, Florida, October 1, 1941. Election is for, the purpose of elect-
I Oct. 3, 10. 17, 24, 31. ing three (3) Trustees for, each Spec- AIR '

Named as alternates were A. W. _ u_ __ __ ((1I& ..
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Lawrence, J. E.,, Beardsley and Ed I J

Markette. All of these delegatesand : .:NNNNN:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:HNNN:..:NNNNNN. :NNNNNNN:NNNN:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..::.:..:. CONDITIONEDDependable ___

alter .es plan to attend, at 10 o .:. '..:..
least tho first day of he session,. as lmJoAI

well as :four or five other members V AV

of the elto', y

A. L. tryens; chairman of the AIv Service -

convention .ommittee, reported on .l

a pre-convention meeting he had y .. Low Fares
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attended in Fort Lauderdale -and

J. E. Beardsley reported on the If
district agricultural conference y A Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida -

which he attended in Memphis on :X ,--- [AVERAGE' .A:. and the North. -
and Tuesday.Dr. : .
Monday :X riFiyr3r3rriTEvplanation f Northbound j

Evans of Winter Park club .:. ; ::: Lv. CANAL POINT . 4:55 AM I 1:25: PM .
was a guest at the meeting. Ar.TAMPA . : 10:10 AM &55 PM Costs Less than
V I I Ar. LAKELAND . 9:10 AM 5:50 PM Driving '
y Ay Ar. ORLANDO . 1050AM 745PM One Round
Red Cross InstituteIs oysT5R% ACN i Ar. JACKSONVILLE ,. '. 315PM II 45 PM j Way TrIp'
1 I .. Ar TALLAHASSEE . 4:45: PM 12:59 AMMIAMI .
.f'y .:. Ar. LAKE CITY . 2:25 PM 1:10 AM JACKSONVILLE :. $ 4:70 1.65: $ 300 8:5Lv. :
Held Here TodayMiss
'?' CANAL POINT . 520PM 11:25 PM TAMPA. 2.80 5.05 .
'' .j. LAKELAND 2.35 4.25
OvOtTiM! .. JACKSONVILLE .. 345AM 915AM r
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ORLANDO 2.95 5.35
Helen Moses, disaster rep- P.t DIRECT CONNECTIONS AT JACKSONVILLE, TALLA TALLAHASSEE 6.25 11.25
HASSEE AND LAKE,CITY WITH GREYHOUND .LINES LAKE CITY 4.95 8.95
resentative of the American Red y
-. FOR ALL POINTS NORTH AND WEST. ATLANTA. 8.40 15.U
Cross, is conducting a disaster in- :;: ( on Page Seven) ." :i: MACON '7.25 13.05

stitute today for the Clewiston and y. .. :2 Southbound-Going VALDOSTA 5.80 10.45.
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: Lv. CANAL POINT . 5:20: PM -11:25 PM BIRMINGHAM 9.90 17.85
'l iirnfiM. flI ,i f Ar. MIAMI '.. . 8:50 PM 230AMPOINT NEW ORLEANS. 11.65 21.00
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1 : Ar.CANAL t I 25 PM 4:55 AM

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'I SEWING CLUB .Wi' "fi U & )Y. .II plays, we didn't;.',.f', decide"on: '. r 1 "anything'definite. ''}: ." :\ Mrs.* : 'Okerstrom: was employed* asan
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l ebJ5 Club met on Wed- 1-Did ,.the JBaptlst
The Sewing you knpw that
;Esther, reading. ffve f 8rs. She
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school in
taught
Pjiyen aye .
I Inesday wiiti M! tss York, as superivisorl ,Church ;has been" existing' for four ,
( Denburgh, West
THE STAFF : The club decided''to make years' T ..etJll.. t "faceting ,was' GARDEN"NOTES Virginia, fpr yoaeyear
Barbara Broadfoot -.._.....- Humor Christmas; presents as ;their I first, hell in a, tent by Dr. W.: L. Hea'd. J !-(>(. : r--> .- ; although\ she has' been in

Mnuryne Prcwitt. ..... Chief Reporter I I project'. All girls interested ,ln.sewfng "2PI(1( you know that there 'areJive The. Garden; Clubs of -Clewlatonpchopl o Florida_,< "'\ ''for three rears. this is' her.

Jeanne O'Neill ..._.. Society are' eligible for the club.. ,churches in, the.. City of.ClewisJon' ... hare begun' to get the g"r4n (Continued on rago 7)
Burkett .... .. ... F# 1tY 1 election of "officers "and "' ; P lntJ =' ln ahafe .
Juanita ',/There will be an. .. . Hptyker', } .. for planting: The be'ds'b. '0'.7 '_
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Dorothy Juiighjt ... .'._"_ --_._, at the "next meeting.AERcIN'AUTICS' $:-JJd, you know that there are Y beerf .weeded-and fertilized; 1'r- _......
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Barnard Loiter and seven members of" our" club; the I pext week we expect to plant., Asthe 1-r

Kemper Bond _..-..... Sport I : CLUB KNOW YOUR' COMMUNITY: ):CLUJJ; ,'j boys; have one plot and the girls
...:..:.:.::. :..: > ? ] another I G.o-o.
Marianne Jones "': $?ijtf: J I Tie Aeronautics :Club; met (5ct.J and that Mr. Turk is our .sponsor there will be a great .deal d FarmLand

Jimmy Paul ...__-......._ Reportr.Gloria < .-iv..rT 'I for'; JtV,"first"'meeting. Sherwood'Halifwas >> 4-Did you know that the aim of competition to see which group: .. -"" ... ... ..., .... ,.. ...,.. .
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McDufio _........ s. .\ ,. elected president and. Johr3i 1 1I of our club is; To"famliarize ourselves iYpr',have the best garden.We I
Clasp. iePoMers I Robbfns :vice'president..'' Wrs.jornson with the 'City of :Clewiston: are patiently waiting for the'water
Betty McDuffjePhilip McLeod_ its institutions, business, and .}buildings ; pipe 1.'bEf'fixeft- so" '
:$; kindly. : offered her, ser7- that we ,
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McDufrie Guthrie.SketchVs. I ff :
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Gloria : H {'1 ,r1-' ices. asI.senior instructor.- : may put fish and water lilies iif' our

.. I ;Mrs. $Bjornson "outlined\ her plansfor I TENTH' NEWS pond. and water In the bird bath. tor 'Rend ,.
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'the and the Sixth Grade
coming year
HONOR ROLL, t \-i f
tJ" I divided into four divisions under -; We at last have a nut in our This week' the sixth grade garden

The following students' name: I George Williams' John Robbins, class that can't be cr--.5-- club is making shelves., doorstepsand .
le' Honor Roll of the Hall and Nick Schiffli ; other ChrisTmas -
appear on t Sherwood I (initials). things for
school of Clewiston for the first with each divisoin having four presents. We plan to have ,a wetnerroast
We are glad to welcome a new
of the 1911-42 school :year: Thursday
month (li-terature I member, Medford Dunaway of. Fel a, evening.
First Grade: i I I Carlene .Berner7 Reporter.
Ito our class (let's hope he can
Burkett, Ro.ber't; Cornette, Sue; Ian advanced class. I II' Fifth Grade
I stand, us) I TrespassersWill
Magill. Janice. The fifth '
grade will) order some
Jimmy Paul is going to lend
Second Grade I!1 JUNIOR SCIENCE 'CLUBI
bushes
rose for their plots.
Ashley, Howard;, Brooks, Billy; I I Ernest Oliver his face Hallowe'en Charlie Be
Miner Reporter.
Douglas, Helen; Ezelle, Emma I The Junior Science Club held its night so he may have_ a costume. I .
I 23, 1941, with at the head Fourth Grade
Jane; Gardner, Beth. ; Sutton( Joan; 'first meeting Sept. Lester seems- to be 0 have---- ProsecutedClewiston
;Williams, Hilton. |:bliss. Lucy Humble presiding. Officers of the class .lately.!' Bob is trying We our garden club organized -
Third Grade were elected as follows: to take his place. Why? Ask. Miss and "are working at our.

Alston, Carol; Fielder, Jimmie; i I Presient, Sammie Young; Vice Neely. plots.: r-r! -...
Holland, Sue; Messer," Edwin; President, Ben Bolton; Secretary, I What ''sophomore boy wishes Mrs. Vaughn has some patternswe
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Powell, Pat; Shelfer, Wayne; Turnt Doris Marie Okerstrom; Treasurer, Marian Yoder would change"h'er are going to' se'and cut out
:t mind (what mind? of plyboard with coping'saws..
er, Joyce; Von: Mach, Eleanor. i Margie Allen. ) ,
Fourth "Grade' 'We wonder why M. J. is sittingby -Richard Knight, Reporter.
Our reporter was not yet elected. .
Beatty, Lionel; Benbow, Shirley; B. P. in English class and 'what Realty And
I We decided to study insects,
MRS.
all others"on
outdistanced OKERSTROM
Blocker, Kenneth; couple
Berner, Bobby;
reptiles, birds, sea shells, and plant
Cochran, Beatrice; the biology field trip Monday?
Bowden, Kay; I life. We will study: insects first. Our commercial teacher, the Sen- DevelopmentCorporation
Himrod, Margaret
Cothern, Skippy; At our second meeting Tuesday, DRAMATIC CLUB ior sponsor of 1941-42, was bornin
Jimmie Knight, '
Johnson, ;
; I Sept. 30, 1941, we elected a reporter West Virginia. She finished her
Land, Gene Okerstrom, : _
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Richard; Mary; Louise Thomas. We The Dramatic Club met for the secondary schooling there and attended
Powell, Peggy Prewitt, Ann; '
Ruth; ; I were each assigned to study a cer- first time Wednesday, October 1. Marshall College in Hunt-
Ann Smith, ,Betty; Stiles,
Slonaker, ;
tain insect. We decided that our Although we looked over some ington, West Virginia. l
Gilbert; Turner, Juanita; Vaughn, I ,
dues were to be five cents a '
Harry; ; Williams, John. I
all
month. We are glad we joined
Fifth Grad and think it will be lots of fun. .:..:..:..:..:..)O:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. .:..:..:..:..: :..: : :..:..:..:-::..: :..: :..:..: :..::-:..x..X'+:..x..x..x..x..x..x..:..:..x..>.x..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..
Andrews, Nadine, Espenlaub, I -Mary Louise! Thomas. '..:MfN4N.. ..'--":":":":":":": .:": :":":":":":":"-:--8--< .! .",:-.:....... .....:.'.:.-.:..:..:..:..:I"X.XK"X..I...XK. ..XKKK..XX*.XXX..**.X.XXX'X-,' ...I5ENJQY
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Christine; Jones, Louise; McLeod, .:..=. yy
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Shirley; Rogers; Laurie; Wiandt, I I Y AY ,

Robert., The Clewiston Chapter of F. F._ A. .yy... .4):

Sixth Grade'" called a special meeting Monday HYY AN ...
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Beatty, Clifford; Berner. Carline (night Business discussed was the I :
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Doris; ball games. : : -.
Seventh Grade. I The chapter is now progressingfine :::;: ALL ELECTRICJi .. ::;::::

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Alston, Harriette; Crouch, Jo in its work. There are six- .;..;. >> ..:" -- .. (':' :: :
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:Ann; Johnson, Mary Ruth; Jones, I teen different contests it"may enter .. .. ; ..,,> 'J.;.,: ,: ; : :..:- .

lone; McLeod, Gilbert;' :Prewitt, and win prizes. We 1':1,1s\ >on be .Ji" .:. & .'.J:- HOME ;," ._',','..' ,'":\ 'H'H3 ..
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Louise. going to judge beef, cattle and ':: .
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Eighth! .. Grade !exhibits in Tampa at the fair. -
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Johnson, Mayme; Johnson, ..ouida; 5- '-'PhilipMcLeod.: .:..:4 : '" "'I L r -t 'f!! ,)tJJ '.::19 J.'

Martin, Elsie; -Oglesby,.'Nora;. Shel- I >. .::..::" 1" ,&' ; '.. aJ :: f"t. ,
fer, Wanda Jean. YELLS n 0

Ninth Grade_ : .. Electricity is the modern servant a servant that ::*
[We like you; we love you; ( : ; : i '

Beardsley Mach ,Sue.Bruce; Schiffli---. -, Nick'. -,., ; !We'll stick to you tight, :?;_:?:;: takes care of both<< the work and the pleasures. of the_ :;::fi
;yon !So come on boys,' and 55! !
Tenth Grade I Fight, fight, fight. :i::?. home and- one that will do everything quickly. efficiently : :;:
Jacobs, Lester; Jones, Marianne. I O f .tj.
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'!'We've got a' high school, :.W XX;: ;: and economically.One ::.::
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Friday during activity period the We've'got a yell, XX
entire school went to the football ''We've got a team that fights like- : :X: penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of .boast<< ; .or :i:::

of Hit 'em high, II
field for singing.
The songs a program were sung alternately .1 Hit 'em high, .:.:.XXX;:: give your eyes two hours of saf e- reading light or operate :;::

between the elementary grades and l Come on boys :_:::;: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :;::;:
Let's
Junior and Senior go. : -
the High. ..
"Playmates," "Three Little |I I Who's got the team? ,', '.' : *' one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that ypu: use.. .**

Fishes," "Three Fisherman," "Old :1:::: :::::.:
Who's got the pep? :
ican Uncle," Ned were," sung and "I by Am the An elemen-Amer- j I Clewiston, Clewiston, '. ; ,ft_::.X:I;: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home! :;:::

tary grades. I I"Yep! Yep! Yep! 'k.: .:%.X:A: that is all electric and modern. ;**

The Junior and Senior High sang I Strawberry shortcake, ',' .::..:! .I.

"Daddy "Hut Sut Song," "Ama- Huckleberry pie, : .., X3 i .

pola," "School Song," "When The j V-I-C-T-O-R-Y: '--! : I XX; .....-:,:..':,. :.-';::': ..;..;.
Clewiston Tigers Fall in Line," I Are we in it? r :
"Cheer for The Blue 'and Gold," Well I guess, "*' ', 'j.oi:_::: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERVe ?t

"Wabash Cannon Ball," "Old Black j I' Clewiston Tigers, vy

Joe." I,I Yes, Yes, Yes.SEMOR. .. ?...?.

Bless The entire America school," and joined The in "God Star I SKETCHES I I n:i::;:: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. ::;:::

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Spangled Banner. "
A time had all. Edna; Leiter-just to be different :|| ??
good was by "
was born in Cleveland: Ohio. ...i.. .JIlT' 1111.. M ..., Mar ib .- p .. r ..ci.. : W \If' o-- '9'i' ,. V ff <... ,' .. ..YY{.t.
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HOME, ECONOMICS CLUB .r .:.' ".
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The Home Economics Club met ton school since her first year._ Be- :...' IIT '.0':" ".c.. ." ., ", 50.!.
Tuesday'.and'- the following officers ing one,' of o :ist r'players,, ,Edna I j ) .:.: : ___ ,- .".... /
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:were elected: Is very fond of basketball. All she !1 ':

President .................. Louise Roath wants for Christmas_ is, :a:. big plate IIYY -
;Vice President........... Edna Letter I of spaghetti and meat 'balls' whichis I Glades Power and Lightmm3iml888l8ll888m88 cri.- t

Secretary .............. Beulah Guthrie her favorite dish, and for some ._.._.. :

Treasurer .............. Elizabeth Wlnn unknown reason she's very fond of I ii YX Y t.

Reporter. .............. Marianne' Jones sailors. As yet Edna has no definite -. X.:. .r. r
After the election of officers the plans for the future, but whatever I ., H

president presided. The club discussed it may be, we wish her the''.; ,'. ".. '

the amount of. dues and.. their I very best of luck. J ..:.. --" '- ................."...........................!.Mte.. ....N.... ..................................N................."..:.riw
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US SAILORS V SO TH1 SAILORS HAVE PLEW'V OF FUN-- I THOUGHT \ l ICAKJT \ I
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OF ROMAMSK) AM' OPPORTUNE/ { FROM THE dentist's bills. Even.movies and other entertain-

1L- I'LL BET VA WISHES VA ADMIRAL NAVy!! ment are free.And when you first enlist the Navy
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Weds This Week Viand I an iced drink were served to of 1941, will register with the Clerk 'beg. N to beg Sec 12, Twp 43 s Rge
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I. of the Circuit Court
in and for Hen- 28
E.
i Mrs Glen Etherton Mrs. G. E. .
( dry County Florida, upon receipt of Cert: No.. 100 of Sept.
Crow Mrs. A. C.. Carlton Mrs. R. proof of publication of this notice 2. 1929 Beff,
N\VCor, Lot 2, E 15
; rods. S to river
I[L Personals ] I. M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. R. C. Nowling, ,I'the Turner's fictitious Beauty name Shop, to-wit: i I W along river to half Sec line, 'N to,
Beg Sec 12, .Twp 43 S
J i Rge 28 E.
a Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Durrence.Mrs. under which I im. engaged in busi-i Cert. No. 26 of Sept 7, 1931 NH%

a?:? ; ,, 1 1I Carl Johnson entertainedher I i ness party at interested Clewiston.In Florida.said business That the is of Sec NWK 12. Twp except 43 S 1 Rge acre 28 in E.NE Corner. ., .

Wednesday afternoon bridge as follows: The
assessment of the said
property
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club this week. Mrs. G.. B. Thomaswas BLANCHE D. TURNER under the said certificates
Issued
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson. spent I was
City of Clewis ton, County of Hen- in the name of Lorena
Sunday in Miami. awarded a luncheon set for dry, Florida. October 1, 1941. A.' Skmgsley Harriet K. Royer, W.
;4 1 C. Pop, H. A.
q I Oct. 3, 10, 17 24, 3U
,- < 4 I first prize and Mrs. Keathley Bowden Blake Estate, Unknown, A. H Sparr

Mr. and Mrs._ ..B."-J.;,Schro. ederand: '. linen; -. handkerchiefs for cut I ." 1 Unless according said certificates to law shall, the be prop.redeemed .'

I Miss Marcia Avant were visitors prize.A 1 I erty'described' therein will be sold to

Sunday in Miami. dessert course was served by: NOTICE OF APPLICATION' FOR TAX the highest bidder at the court house
door on the first
Monday In the month -
DEED
Mrs. Johnson to Mrs. Thomas Mrs.. of November
I II (Senate Dill No. 163) I 1941, which la the 3rd
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt and i I Bowden, Mrs. Dave Alston, Mrs.J. I day of November, 1941.
Dated this 1st day of October
family were visitors Saturday- in:: W. Ezelle, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that(SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL.1941. .

Fort Myers. :! W. H. Lanier, Mrs. L. C. Miller and R. N. Miller, holder of Caloosahatchee Clerk'of Circuit Court of
j Improvement District tax certificates Hendry County, Florida.
I Mrs. R. N. Miller. listed below, has filed same in my office Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24. -

.James Winn, who is employed at ; and has made application for a J I
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v : tax deed to be issued thereon. Said
Key West, is spending a few days JUNIOR B. Y. P. U. ENJOYS certificates embrace the' following I '
in Clewiston.. RIB ROAST MONDAY NIGHT described property in the County of ;FOR SALE-Twin beds. Complete

Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit: $28.00. Dining .set, $25.00. Cot
-. i Cert. No. 28 of Sept. 5. 1932, E%'':
1 Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Conkling and : P The' Junior B.' Y. P."U.enjoyed: of W% of SE% of NW% and E& of .'with mattress, $3.00. Mrs. A.. R.
} ; SE%. of NWH Sec 11, Twp 43 S Rge Broadfpot, g government reservation.
rib roast given Monday evening
J sons, Eddie and Frank, were visi a 28 E.Cert. "
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tors Saturday in West Palm Beach. I I at the home of their sponsor, Mrs. i) No. 55 of July 7, 1930, N% of Phone 78. 1t.
l.i: .. '.':,: ,{ I A. R. Broadfoot. The cook- NE% Sec 11, Twp 43 S Rge 28 E.
I .. .! group Cert. No. 16 of Sept. 4, 1933, 1
... : acre
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Miss Betty Springer of Key :.""w.,.;.., <> ........ 'N ,. .-n'.,.. '."' ..""..'...".,.'.,._..u'.w,....'.._.,.C. ed supper on the outdoor fireplace, in NE Cor of NE% of NW%' Sec 12, FOR .RENT'-'Large:
43 .S 28
E.
: Twp Rge room furnished
West visited: friends here Wednes- I and afterwards enjoyed games on Cert. No. 17 of Sept. 4, 1933, SE% for two
day. 'MRS. ROBERT T. DOTTERY; JR. ,the large lawn. I I of NW% and Beg 853 ft E of NW persons. Separate en
Members attending were Margery Cor of SW* of NW%, S to river, E trance. Across highway from Hen-
Mrs. :Dottery was Miss Margaret I along river to pt 698 ft-W to SE Cor dry County Motors Phone 102.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. of California ( Allen, Buddy Trice, Jackie Bledsoe, i of Lot 3, N to N Bdry of Lot 3, W
Janet Winter Berkeley, -
I Joyce Phillips, Wilma Jean Tingle, 622 ft, N 132 ft, W to 'beg., Sec 12, Mrs. 'Catherine M. Jarvis. tfn.Johnson's .
Charles Bolton and Mrs. B. J. before her marriage in West Twp 43 S Rge 28 E; EXCEPT parcel

Schroeder were visitors in Miami I Palm :Beach on Wednesday. She is Alfred Dunaway, Harold Broaderick, paid in condemnation proceedings for
Turner Charles Benbow right of way.
[Virginia ,
Thursday. j I the .daughter of Morris O. Winter, The assessment of the said property
I land Wanda Shelter. under the said certificates Issued -
of'Bismark, N. D., and granddaughter' -
I was in the name of Louise Stan- Fish
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn, 'Mrs. of Mrs.. W. F. Winter of Berk-' ley, Chas. Carter, Otto Malakowsky, Camp .
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J. Vaughn and Sonny and Harry I eley'both,: of whom accompanied School News- j, B. F. Guyer. (Near Hurricane Gate)
-' Unless said certificates shall be redeemed -
Vaughn were visitors In Miami'her" "to West. Palm Beach for her, according to law, the prop- :Clewiston, Fla.

Sunday. marriage. j I I('erty described therein will, be sold to Boats and Motors-Guide Service '
I (Continued from- Page 5) the highest bidder at the court house
Mrs. Dottery received her degree I first of teaching here. i I door on the first Monday in the monthof Rates Reasonable

Mrs. W. H. ,Lanier, Miss Flor- from the University ,of California I! year .November, 1941, which is the 3rd W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
t She has three children, and they day of November 1941-
ence Moran and Mrs. Keathley!in June, 1940. and is member of are all enrolled in this school. ;,'1 r Dated this 1st day of October, 1941.

Bowden were visitors ,in Arcadia I the Alpha Delta Pi sorority.Mr. .I (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL
Her hobbies are:, Walking and
Clerk of Circuit Court of
Friday. < Dottery is a son of R. T. bowling. I I Hendry County 'Florida.

I Dottery, professor of music, University I: Oct. 3, 10, '17,' 24. '
MECHANICAL
Wallace Berry is her favorite STRUCTURAL
Charles B. Owens of Palatka arrived of Georgia, Athens. He is I movie star.STATEMENT. I ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS

Wednesday for a few days an engineer with the soil conservation Maps Estimates

service .of, the U. S. Department I !I
visit with his mother, 'Mrs. RuthB. NOTICE OP APPLICATION FOR TAX i JOHN H. DOTY.
Owens. I of Agriculture, and has been station-I OF THE OWNEUSHIP, I! DEED |i

-=----- ed in Clewiston for ten MANAGEMENT CIRCULATION, ETC.,I I (Senate Bill No. 163) I Engineering Consultant

Mr. and Mrs. Dottery are resid- REQUIRED BY THE ACTS OF CONGRESS I II Hopkins Bldg. _Clewiston, Fla
Mrs. A. J. Richaud and Miss OF AUGUST 24, 1912, AND :
I ing in Clewiston at the Royals MARCH 3, 1933 I I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Richaud returned Friday
Gladys apartments. -- t R. N. Miller, holder of tax certifi-
from a two weeks' visit with rela- Of The Clewiaton News published cates listed below, has' filed same In 1 .....
tives in Perry. weekly at Clewis ton, Florida, for oc-I I my office and has made applicationfor
i\LADIES AID MET AT: tober 1, 1941. a tax deed to be issued thereon.
STATE OF FLORIDA, 1 I Said certificates embrace the follow-
COMMUNITY CENTERMrs. I ss. ; ing described property in the Countyof Dr. F. D. GudbaurOptometrist
l' Mrs. Sylvester Flannery of Seb- COUNTY OF HENDRY. I, Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit:

ring is spending a few days in' E. C. Mills Mrs. J. F. Mor- Before me, a Notary Public in and I Cert. No. 13 of Aug. 2, 1926 Beg ..u- '"
Clewiston visiting her sister Mrs. for the State and county aforesaid, NE Cor SE'4-NE%, W 130 yd, S to Glasses Scientifically Fitted and .' '"
rison and Mrs. F. E. Conkling were I personally appeared Keathley Bowden river, E along river to point S of ,
Arthur Hall. hostesses at the Ladies Aid meeting I who, having been duly sworn accord- beg N to beg, Sec 11, Twp 43 S Rge Repaired-Broken lenses '
I ing to law, deposes and says that 28 E.Cert.. Duplicated
held yesterday afternoon in the he is the editor of The Clewiston No. 105 of Aug. 1, 1927, NE}! \
Mrs. C. L. Downs and Miss Kath- Community Center. Mrs. W. H. I News and that the following is, to of NW'A Sec 11, Twp 43 S Rge 28 E. Office Hopkins Bldg., Clewiston .
ryn Moran are visiting Mr. Downs j the best of his knowledge and belief, I I Cert. No. 28 of Sept 4, 1933, NW& Every Thursday -day and "
Lanier presided at the meeting. I a true statement of the ownership, 'of NW% Sec 12, Twp 43 S Rge 28 E.
in the Arcadia General Hospital I The program was on the topic, j management (and if a daily paper; I I Cert. No. 107 of Aug. 1, 1927, Beg evening appointments.
today. the circulation), etc., of the afore- 115 rd E of NW Cor Lot 2, E 15 rds,
"Victory over Defeat, 'a portion of1 said publication for the date shownin to river, W along river to pt S of "
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the book, Highlights of the. New 1) the above caption required by the I IS .
Miss Runelle McGehee left Mon- : dWaspres Act of August 24. 1912, as amendedby I- - nJr -'----'--T-----T1-TJ --I- -"iT". **""
'Testament, a d b the Act of March 3, 1933, embodiedin I E
day for New Orleans where she has Mrs. John H. Doty. rl section 537, Postal Laws and Reg- II I %p..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ...:..:..:..:..:..:..:*V*#**:****V J. M. COUSE
been accepted as a student nurse I ulations, printed on the reverse of
i The society made plans for several this form to-wit: t
in the Charity Hospital School of I 1. That the names and addressesof Ix I projects of a civic nature. ItI I
Nursing. the publisher, editor, managing :: I :;: Hopkins Building
'''was voted to offer 'any needed assistance editor, 'and business managers are: I

i r to the library committee Publisher, The Clewiston News, Inc.,' I I Wednesdays and Saturdays. 1
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McGehee and I Clewiston, Florida. I ;;:;" .. .#
to the library open' for the '
keep Editor, Keathley Bowden, Clewiston, 9:30 to 4:00 "- '
Miss Runelle McGehee spent Sun- .. THE AVERAGE OYSTER :X: t, 1 jJ'
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use of the British cadets. Mrs. Florida. ..,
day in Miami visiting Pat McGehee Lanier appointed a committee con- Managing Editor Keathley' Bowden, ::: PRODUCES ABOUT 50,000 :_:
Clewiston, Florida. t _
who is a student at Embry-Riddle .
sisting of Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, 2. That the owner is: (If owned bya X EGGS A YEAR *,!*. "j'4-';;
Flying School. corporation, its and address t
Mrs. F. E. Conkling Mrs. F. D. name
must be stated,, and also immediately .s. CLEWISTON "
Duff, Mrs. E. W. Dilley, Mrs. E. C. j i thereunder the names and addressesof The oyster is extremely pro- .; -I .
Mrs. 'C. L. Downs returned Sun- Mills and Mrs. C. W. Fuller to ''arrange stockholders owning or holdingone '; .. TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP
day from Arcadia where she spent per cent or more of total amountof : lific. Not all the hatch, +_
; eggs
a tea which the society plans', stock. If 'not owned by a corporation ;: Anything in Plumbing; Fixtures ./
ten days with Mr. Downs at the :r: :
for the ladies whose husbands are the names and addresses of the .
x however. 1. The Pathfinder, :;
Arcadia General Hospital. Mr. individual owners must be given. If Prompt, Efficient Service
Downs is "a connected with the RiddleMcKayAero I I I owned by'a; firm, company, or other + XI' I
recuperating from May 2, 1931. .:;
College or its construction.Mrs. i: unincorporated concern its.name and : PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr.

serious operation I H. R. Hall, finance chair- :I I I, address, as member well ,as must those be of given.each )individual I'.....................................................................................................:..

for I!I The3 Clewiston News, Inc., .Clewis-
several plans
man, suggested
Leo Albritton, who was recently'. II ton I| Florida. -
money-making. Coupons of severalI f; F. D. Duff Clewiston, Florida.B. .
called into active service with the \ ely' used products will be collected B. Beach, Palm Beach, Florida. 1 $.':":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":..:":'.:. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:e(..:..:..:...:.
U. S. Army Reserve, returned to 1 1I I I 3. That the known bondholders, I I... I
by the society, which also mortgagees, and other security holders .;. CIXG THE OPENING OF :;:
Clewiston
Tuesday, having failedto I' ..
I plans to sell a door rack on which I I II | owning or holding 1 per cent or ,more '. I' :
pass the'physical examination. I I 10f i total amount of bonds, mortgages, ? :*
given in Jacksonville.Mr. i I several coat hangars may be placed.Attending or'other securities are: None. 1*t* Alleys :! --
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I yesterday's meeting 4. That the two paragraphs next AIX
above giving the names of the own- '2
I i I were Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. F. 'I,ers, stockholders, and security; holders
: Tomorrow ) Night Oct. 4th
Saturday
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and Mrs. John (
I. Leonardof ::
D. Duff, Mrs. John H. Doty Mrs. I if any, contain not only; the list of ,
West Palm Beach ,, stockholders and security holders as AI
spent Sundayin
Clewiston. 'Mr, H.. R. Hall, Mrs. O. A. Jones; Mrs. ,i they appear upon the books of the I .
Leonard whois
W. H. Lanier, Mrs. E. C. Mills, company but also, in cases where the I,; and A /
Palm Beach County superintendent stockholders or security holder appears ;
Mrs 'W. C. Owen Mrs. W. W. : t't
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of public instruction deliveredthe upon the books of the companyas
Perry, Mrs R. N. Smith, Mrs. J. .. trustee or in any other fiduciary I' .;
sermon at the Community relation, the name of the person or :
G. H. Brown
F. Morrison, Mrs. .y

Church Sunday, morning. I I Mrs. F. E. Conkling; Mrs. N. ''V: S. acting corporation, is given for whom; also such that trustee the saidI is i : A AND B BOWLING ALLEYSI t

Mumford, Mrs. C. W. Fuller, Mrs. i I two paragraphs contain statements !t.


Herbertson Friends of have Lt._received and Mrs.announce D. M. !I E. W.-Dilley--and- -,.Mrs.- G. L.- Royal. I conditions embracing belief as under affiant's to the which circumstances full stockholdersand knowledgeand andI I .......'.,..........................................................................,.................................................................................................,.................................X:

ments of a birth of a 9 pound son, I BRIDGE CLUB ACTIVITIES I security holders who do not appear -
upon the books of the companyas

who has been named David Hilton. t i trustees a capacity hold other stock than and that securitiesin o'f a I ..................................................;.........!-........;.............................................:..........................:..................OO) :'- -
The Herbertsons in Pensacola !
are ,
I Mrs. Roy Alston entertained the I bona' fide owner; and this affiant has ; .
where Lt. Herbertson is stationed Wednesday evening bridge club at : no reason to believe that any other -.
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at Fort Barrancas. Old person association, or corporation has I ii!; |
her home this week. Spice I any Interest direct or indirect in the ASK-' -

dusting powder was awarded Miss said stock, bonds or other securities .

Carrol W. Reddish spent the Mae Palmer, who won first prize,'I' than as so stated. KEATHLEY by him.BOWDEN. *v* tt '

week-end In Clewiston with his : and a novelty flower pot was given Sworn to and subscribed before me Protection X
: this 24th day of September 1941. ::S:: About Comprehensive Auto ::XX
second
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Reddish. Mrs. R. C. Nowling, for (SEAL) .

Carrol, who enlisted in the U. S.: prize. I BERYNoBOWPublic.. A
(My commission expires March 28, : WIndstorm | '
Navy last spring, has just com- Others playing were, Mrs. B. J. 1945. :| .

pleted his course in radio operation Schroeder, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. : Fire :

at the Naval Training Station in :, COVERS
Campbell E. Nall, Mrs. Blanche NOTICE OF INTENTION TO |: :
Jacksonville. He has been transferred \Turner and Mrs. R. C. Wilson. The REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME: Theft ,

to the Opa Locka Naval Base J hostess served pie and coffee. ? Glass Breakage
at Miami. TO WHOM:' IT MAY CONCERN: :? ;?
Mrs. P. M. McIntyre was hostessto Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Mischiefx
her bridge club, which also met under the provisions of ::f Malicious .:
Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts
\ Miss Florence Graham, who spent on Wednesday evening. Mrs. G. of 1941, will register with the Clerkof **: nearly everything that could happen to |
the summer with her parents in H. Small won first prize and Mrs. the Circuit Court, in and for Hen-

Charleston, S. C., returned to Clew- Carl Berner second. dry proof County of publication, Florida, upon of this receipt notice of, ::: your car except collision.

iston this week and is again em- II The hostess served a delicious the fictitious name, to-wit: ..}
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ployed in The Toggery Shop. Miss to'Mrs. The Toggery Shop. I .,. J
I salad plate Small, Mrs. under which I am engaged in business .
Graham spent a few days on the Berner, Mrs. M. E. Von Mach, Mrs. at Clewiston, Florida. That the "

\ return trip with her sister, Mrs. I!I IC. E. Miner, Mrs. C. L. McLendon,. as party follows interested: iu said business. is ::: Phone 66 for Ruth Beardsley or ':.Cx.>' =:|

'f William Johnson, in Canal Point, ,;Mrs. Ruth B. Owens and Miss Vir- RUTH B. OWENS I'.. .'
., and Miss Roberta Spicer drove over City of Clewiston, County of Hen- Art Lawrence. ,; :$
Jordan.
ginia :f: .
/ F; dry, Florida October 1, 1941: .
for her Friday. I Wednesday afternoon Mrs. V. C. I Oct: 3, 10. 17, 24, 31. A :&?:
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(IWoodward was hostess to her f Beardsley Insurance .. :S, '
i J. E. Beardsley returned Wednesday ,bridge club and awarded sets of NOTICE 'OF INTENTION TO X .J

1| from Memphis, Tenn., where attractive guest towels. to Mrs. Foy REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME : -

he attended a regional 1"- Durrence for first prize and Mrs. TO WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN: :|: Agency I:

tural conference on Mo ) Jimmy Wilson for second prize. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned

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circular corral of brush. In a dark-. ,

ness so thick that he was uncertainhe
sMp YF as&aWV had found the landmark until he

I had touched it with his hands.A .

faint line of grey was already

appearing on the rim of the world,
and a whisky-jack was calling rauc-
LE MAY W. N. U. Release ously somewhere in the scrub pine. Vinegar added to.dried glue will To get the best service from felt
make it usable again. hats, brush them
INSTALLMENT 15 that Shoshone and Jody Gordon were.. "It's almost daylight already," soft brush frequently with a
(not
THE STORY SO FAR: on their way. Jody Gordon said, fear in her voice. a stiff whisk
Put a : of broom) with the
droportwo oilorsome grain of,. the felt.
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estimated that he hada "If ,he doesn't corrie soon if hedoesn't
Dusty King and Lew Cordon had built up Bill Roper soap'on'those squeaky door'hinges. "
a vast string of ranches. King was killed by few seconds left. Unhurriedly, almost come-" .
his powerful and unscrupulous competitor, leisurely, he picked up the She broke off, unable to go on. Half a teaspoonful of soda addedto
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Ben Thorpe.. Bill Roper, King's adopted son, gun dropped by the man in the "Half an hour," Shoshone Wilce Pongee must be dry when ironed boiling frosting will keepit
was determined to avenge his death In spiteof bunk, and thrust it in his own belt. said. "We'll wait half an hour." ,It will spot and streak if ironed from being runny.
the opposition of his sweetheart, Jody whe l'damp. *
After that he collected three or four "
"And then"We've -? ,
Cordon and her father. After breaking *
other weapons in a brief search that Before tubbing wash silk dress
g'o
Thorpe In Texas. Roper conducted a great got to on. A
raid upon Thorpe's vast herds In Montana. seemed perfunctory, yet was effec- "I can't! Not if he doesn't come. the ,serve yourself center piece for ,remove all buckles, buttons, bows
table is time
a. saver. Gaily
Unable to reconcile her father with Roper tive because of his own practiced I and loose trimmings and wash
We'll back.
have to We'll have i
'Jody set out with Shoshone Wilce to find knowledge of where range rider is. to go decorate a large platter of cold them separately. If they're left on
him. They were attacked by some of apt' to put his gun. These he kicked try- meat, salads and hard cooked the dress they' are likely to be-
Thorpe's men hiding In Roper's shack. Wilce into a little heap beside the door, "He said go"'on. We have to do eggs, with relishes, buttered bread come damaged or they may tear
escaped, but Jody was captured.' Roper so that he would know where they like he said. Shoshone's voice Alices: and dabs of jelly or jam. the dress.
left to look for Jody when told she dropped to a curious fierce whisper.
had disappeared. He accidentally met were. "Whatever happens-you rememberthat
Wilce. Together they prepared to rescue The man with the wounded arm,
You have to go onl"! Waters of the Earth
her. spoke thickly. "You'll never get out '
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of here alive," he told Roper., They waited then, while five min- CLASSIFIED

CHAPTER XXContinuedBill "I wouldn't worry about that, wasI utes passed. Shoshone Wilce kept Almost 72 per cent of the earth's

glanced at Shoshone to make you," Roper said. He slammed his pony moving slowly up and downto surface is covered by water: The DEPARTMENT

sure that the man was at his elbow another harmless shot over the prevent its stiffening up by too superficial area of the earth includes '
rapid a cooling after its run, arid !
; then, his gun out, he flung speaker's head, interestingly closeto Jody followed his 'approximately 139,440,000
wide the door. The slab door resisted the man's scalp. He needed a example. square miles of ocean and 57,510-

wedged in the ice of the sill; continued sound of action at the "Listen here," Shoshone Wilce 000 square miles of land, on/which WOMEN'S WEAR
then shuddered open with,'a noisy cabin to draw the outposts in, so said 'at.last. He dropped his' voice, there are approximately a millionsquare'miles
violence. that Shoshone and Jody Gordon and sat motionless. For a momentor of lake and river sur- SPECIAL! Silk dresses, slightly used.
Roper stepped in with a sidewise would have their chance'to get clear. two there was, no sound there face. It is' estimated that the 10 Sizes for up$2.00.to House 38, 10 dresses for 90c. ZSc.Handbags.Sizes 38 up-1

sfep that at once made room for After that a full minute passedand except the rhythmic breathing of oceans of the earth contain 323- 35c.back Send guarantee.small deposit Free catalog.with order. Money
Shoshone and brought Roper within stretched to a minute and aF7' the hard-run ponies. "I,want to tell 000,000 cubic miles'of water. The II AD Sn I AN CLOTHING CO.
the wall, clear of a possible shot you something," Shoshone resumed, deepest place is- the Milwaukee 88 Rutgers Slip New York Clt,.

from behind him in the dark. ... _- I his'voice low. husky, and strangely Depth north of Puerto Rico,,30,246
"Don't anybody move!" unsteady. "It looks like I run away ,feet. The average depth of the No 111 From Love

The uncertain and flickering lightof and left you when your pony was ocean below sea ,level, is 12,450 Love worketh no ill to,his neighbor -
the little fire seemed to fill the sUaIVj shot down. I see now it looks like feet, or about five times the aver- .. ; therefore, love is the fulfillingof
\ that. But I want you to know Ididn't of land above
room with ample light, comparedto ,age height sea level. the law.-Romans 13:10.
go to do nothing like that,
the heavy darkness without. A Miss Gordon." Y
who sat keg by the )
man a
fire sprang up upon, his clawed hand only"I-know" ," she said, "it was the Pull the Trigger on **** STAR HIT FOR

reaching out to a gunbelt that lay ,
upon the crude table; but the reach- Shoshone said vaguely, "I want \. PENETR.O COLDS
ing hand rose empty in a continuous 1i you to tell him about it.I want Lazy Bowels, with MISERIES

motion as the man put up his hand. you to tell him I'd do different if I
i ( had it to do 'again..' Ease
Three crude bunks ranged along the i \ 1 for Stomach too SweetnessA
rear wall. From the first of these, "Why don't you tell him your- ,
self?" drop of honey catches more
the one nearest the fire, a man When constipation brings on acid indigestion flies than, a hogshead of vinegar.Old .
came out with his hands up; one of "Maybe I will. But if anything stomach upset bloating, dizzy Proverb.
his arms was heavily bandaged, and comes up-so's I don't get the spells gas;coated tongue, sour taste and
its upward motion carried its sling chance-" bad breath, your stomach is probably
"crying the blues" because bowels
with it.Now. "Of course I'll tell him." don't move. It calls for LaxativeSennato your

Shoshone, whose heel had They fell silent, and after that a pull the trigger on those lazy bowels GET THIS
kicked the door shut behind him as long time passed. Shoshone stopped combined with Syrup Pepsin for perfectease

/"' he. came in, made 'a headlong dive .0 walking his horse, and sat perfectly many to Doctors your stomach have given in taking.pepsin For preparations years-,

into the second of the 'three bunks. motionless close to the wall of the .in their' prescriptions to make BIBlE
t In that instant the thing happened f7 brush corral ,The grey light in. medicine more agreeable to a touchy stom- FREE !

f that;Roper most dreaded, so that in creased, while,they waited for what ach.Syrup So Pepsin.be sun Insist your on laxative Dr. Caldwell's contains

f a single split fraction of a second seemed an interminable time. Laxative Senna combined with Syrup Pep'
.. their chances were irrevocably hurt. It seemed sin. See how wonderfully the Laxative For over 70 years,grateful
to Jody that in a few users have preferredWinterBinith'sTonic
i As Shoshone Wilce Senna wakes up lazy nerves and musclesin
sprang, a gun
t minutes more they would have to your intestines to bring welcome relief for
smashed out from within the shad- admit that daylight was upon them; from constipation. And the good old. Malaria. We want YOUto
owy bunk. The blast of its explosion it seemed to her that an hour, two Syrup Pepsin makes this laxative so com- try Wintersmith's ,
was magnified in the close quar- -- fortable and easy on your stomach. Even therefore offer you this : ,
hours
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passed, instead of finicky' children love the taste'of. this complete 761-page
ters, leaving the ears ringing in the "I'd stand real still if I was you." half hour which Shoshone had ,decided pleasant'family laxative. Buy Dr. Cald' Holy Bible FREE if
instant of stunned silence that fol they could wait. But still Bill well's Laxative Senna at your druggist you'll send us two
lowed. half. Evidently the outposts had Roper did not come. today. Try one laxative combined with emailVintersmith
c The barrel of Shoshone's .45 had been farther away from the cabin Syrup Pepsin for ease yourstomach,too., carton tops(or 1 large
'Do you suppose he could have carton top). Just
than Shoshone had calculated but
crashed'upon the skull of the man in ; "
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past? J dy'asked.. mail to Wintersmith
the bunk almost in the same instant Roper heard none of them fire. Proof of Belief Chemical Co., Inc.,
"No Shoshone said low in
'tha't the shot was fired. A He thought, "If I can keep them interested very Zealous men are ever displaying 650 Hill Street .

\., lean hand, gripping a six-gun, just ten minutes more-" his throat. to you the strength of their belief, Louisvflle.Kentucky.WHITESMITH'S.
dropped out over the side of the When she could stand the suspenseno while
Now a furiously ridden horse was judicious men are showingyou
bunk, relaxed slowly, and the six- coming up. Roper flattened him- more, Jody Gordon dismounted; the grounds of it.-Shenstone.RH y
gun slid to the floor from long dangling the inaction and the cold was stiff-
\ self against the wall beside the open
I fingers. Shoshone Wilce held ening her in the saddle, and now she
door[ and waited until he heard the
:ti i absolutely motionless for a moment, man drop from his pony just out- led her pony while she stamped andswung ( /( r

half crouched, then straightened side. He stepped to the door; fired her arms. GOODI I .
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slowly. once; and a man crashed face downward She thought, "I'll lead my pony D 0.114
"Shoshone-you hit?" upon the door sill itself to lie five times around the outside of the STOLES

I "It's only-" Shoshone began. His utterly motionless. corral. He'll be here by then; he sornE0'P1j- Twice to StumbleIt

face was ghastly and his voice quavered With his boot Roper pushed the must be here by then." is disgraceful to, stumble

; but when he had fully inert heap off the door sill, .so that She wondered, as she slowly led stso 6krs a y.. 1t against the, same stone twice.-
i straightened it steadied again into the door might be closed at need. her pony around the circle markedby aot13hings Old Proverb.

I the same dead flatness as before. Because there were only two more the walls of brush, what' she
"It's only-a kind of scratch along did not comeifhe mom. lessedRel4l'
f shots in his gun, he picked up one would do if Roper '
the ribs. I'm all right." of the weapons he had collected, never came. Perhaps go on? '
f" "Jody! Jody, is it you?" and checked its loading. Perhaps go back E U M ATI S m LUM a AGO

Jody Gordon had been curled up "I'd stand real still if I was you," Jody Gordon was fighting back an s

in the corner of deepest shadows. he', warned the two who stood with overwhelming, impossible panic that No AffrontA v.
l She stood up now, white-faced, her her. '
(i movements uncertain. Then suddenly their hands up. He fired one more enveloped moral, sensible and wellbredman May Warn of Disordered
k the shot between them, for purposes of It.took all her will power to restrain will not affront me, and no Kidney Action
." firelight caught the glint general discipline. "I ought to kill herself from breaking into a run, or other can.Cowper.DON'T .
of the instant tears which over- Modern life with Its hurry and worry
brimmed you; maybe I will in a minutelaven't from mounting her pony and racing Irregular habits improper eating and
f, her eyes. decided yet." him-where? Any place, if only her drinking-its risk of exposure and infec-
"Bill! I thought they'd kill !I" tion-throws heavy strain on the workof
you
Now another horse was coming in high-strung nerves could find expres- LETCONSTIPATION the kidneys. They are apt to become
She flung her arms about his neck over-taxed and fail to filter excess acid
fast; in another second or two it sion in action. But she forced her-
and with the swift impulse of a child and other impurities from the life-giving
kissed his would string into view around the ; self to lead her pony slowly, measuring blood.
mouth. corner of the cabin. her strides while the daylight You may Buffer nagging backache,
<" The man nearest the table made SLOW YOU UP headache dizziness getting up nights .l
cast increased. leg pains,, swelling-feel constantly
Roper a quick glance to see
a sidelong movement toward the hol- that his captives where 'he Then she completed the cir- When bowels are sluggish and you feel tired, nervous, all worn: out. Other signs
were as
stered gun that lay there; Bill Roper irritable and of kidney or bladder disorder are some-
smashed a shot into the wall beside thought they were. They had not cuit of the corral, and came againto do is an,effort headachy, do as millions everything do-chew you I times urination.burning, scanty or too frequent

him, and the man jerked backward. moved. He dropped to one knee where Shoshone's pony stood, she FEEN-A-MINT, the modem chewinggum Try Doan'3 Pill Boon's help the
.. "Shoshone ride beside the door and fired twice saw that Shoshone Wilce no longersat laxative. Simply chew FEEN-A- kidneys to pass off harmful excess body
can you ? MINT before to bed-sleep with- waste. They have had more than half a
:' quickly as a shape, dark on dark- the saddle. At first she thought you go
Are
There of recom-
was a curious -strain in the out being disturbed-next morning gentle, century public approval.
." flatness of Shoshone's voice. "I'm ness, whirled around the corner of that he had tied his pony and walked thorough relief, helping you feel swell Ask mended by neighbor grateful users everywhere.
okay, I tell you." the cabin. away; but as she came nearer she again, full of your normal pep. Try your
Bill Roper caught That was all-the end of the one- saw that the little man was downin FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy

:ti:, '. -. coat with his free hand up a, sheepskin and flung man war he had started to cover the snow, huddled against the and economical.A generous family costs supply only DOAN SPILLS

it over Jody's shoulders. "Get the retreat of Shoshone. He never rough brush of the corral barrier. EEEN-A-MINI

gone!" he snapped. "Shoot.free the remembered the shock of the blow Jody sprang forward, calling out 10

ponies' tie-ropes, and ride like, hell! that downed him. All consciousness his name. WNU-7 40-41
Here-take this!I" He thrust the gun ended at once, as sharply as She sprang forward calling out. Freedom
belt from the if cut off with a knife his and there was meaningless Literary
table into Jody's un- name, a Classical quotation is the paroleof By Our Habits
ready hands. "I'll see youwhereI He never knew which of the two nightmarish quarter of a min- literary men all over the world. Habits make the day pass
said." men behind him sprang forward to' ute while her pony reared backward Johnson. easier.

"Bill," said Shoshone, "if it's ,the smash him down; but he knew as from the sudden jerk upon its bridle

same to you, I'd rather hold them soon as he knew anything at all, and had to be quieted before shecould .
here while you ride with her." that a long time had passedmoretime advance again. c.pOR .

"Get gone, I said! You:.." than he could afford to lose. "Shoshone I What's the matter? Goodness only a dime !

;: "Bill, I tell,you, I-" Are you-are' you-?".

BUI.Roper bellowed at him, "You CHAPTER XXI Shoshone's ,eyes were half open;
,want to die?" 'tie was not asleep, but he did not

"Okay//' Shoshone said, in that Nobody but an old range rider answer. And now as she droppedto

,same strained," lifeless tone. He could have located in the dark the her knees beside him in the snow
\ seized Jody's wriaLJore open the brush corral where Shoshone Wilce she saw that a bright. trickle of red

door with the hand tfiSfc.sflllrbeld his and Jody Gordon were supposed to had traced a line from the cornerof

gun, and was gone into tHe dark wait for Bill Roper What would his mouth, crookedly 'across his

When they were gone Bill Roper have been a simple problem by day- chin. o r
I ,stood listening. Outside two shots e i
light, in darkness became a test of "Shoshone BEa,
) 'rang, a moment apart, as Shoshone scouting ability and cowman's in- In the ugly panic that swept her

j" .;shot the tied ponies free; then sounded stinct. Yet somehow, by the throwof it was many seconds before she __ ,' 4 _, ,._ .. .__ -"
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Are Chief Congressional Problems; all arrangementswith the minister.At 'countries of South.America?

length the, window arrived. 1. What country originated chile 7, What American naval vessel

Soviet Situation Grave Say BritishEDITOR'S Dad, unusually excited, set out to con carne? was called "a cheese box. on a
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view'it. 2. What American university raft?
The minister escorted ''the old was once calledKing's college? /

( NOTE!-When opinions are expressed In these columns the; chap into the church and, with a 3.' In the United.States what is The Answers'n
are those of the news analyst and not necessarily of this newspaper..
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which depicted an, angel. 4. In what year ,did the first 1. Mexico.. .

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Germans _had claimed the Bernard Baruch, World war war- {'o %. H Raleighs by the carton

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tering of the whole city, the "mop- shell into the price-fixing bill discussion :, 'BS extraineachcartonofRaleighs
ping up" of small; bodies of "die- when he postulated that no
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Russian commanders. ing costs of merchandise, including ;; < t Raleighs plain. That makes a

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the German entry' into That his pronouncement had a ,
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of the city which was costingthe his views by, at least two influential : !<;. plus a worthwhile 'dividend
Nazis 150,000 men and vast members of the committee, and it
quantities of material. was considered more than possiblethat "
the final form of the bill would .
Odessa, in the south, was finding ..
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It was evident in the pre-action
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this was seen a more general
The cohesion of foes of the Presiident's -
picture of the German effort, which
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firm. Senator LaFollette, for in-
move toward Turkey, and the
establishment of sea-borne invasion stance, had urged all isolationists,
non-interventionists to gird for the '..
points to go after Rostov and the
'. oil fields. battle of ballots this fall, and to
make the foreign policy their issue.
All this was tied up indissolublywith Senator Taft, at the same time,
the Russian crisis, as it was I had
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the congressional primaries to
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I bring her own States' Wendell Willkie, storm center of
material to the Russian fields both of these statements, saw the
I through the Persian gulf was large- first as an acceptance of his chal-
I' ly to stand or fall as a result of the lenge to the isolationists to meet
i success or failure of this southern interventionist candidates he would I 1 II I i.
: German drive. put in the field, and the second as
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Harriman, head of the American Republican leader to meet the issue.
mission to the Soviet, had stressedthe
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JAPAN: bellions were occurring on an in-
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'..... particular had turned her ire upon that the forces of law and order
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Mr. Cornette stated that he expected Lawrence Hardy of Moore I
Haven
New Ford Displayed At I CommitteeContinued- a special effort will be made to
little trouble in making deliveries and Charles Benson of Clewiston .
entertain the cadets in town until
of new cars because of acting members of I I
as the court. I
such time
Hendry County MotorsThe as they are able to pro-.
curtailed production in the auto Only five boys I
were up for advancement ( from page 1) vide to some extent for their own
industry. two of whom were re I row night on the church grounds recreation there.
jected. Jimmy Don Wilson and at which it is expected there will
new Ford car for 1942 is on (
I Roy Donald Lundy of Moore Ha- be a large number of the cadets.
display at the showrooms of the District Scout Meeting Bob Patterson-
first ven received merit badges in wood- I Plans were being made this
Hendry County Motors for the
working and Bobby Broadfoot of morning to try and bring in as
time today.E. |! Here Tuesday Night Clewiston a merit badge in poul- many of the boys as possible' to at- (Contlniiori'-from
Page 1)
M. Cornette, manager of the I II :try keeping. ,tend the football game between
local Ford sales company, states a student at the University. It was
Jupiter and the Tigers here tonight.:
I The Glades-Hendry district of The next meeting will be heldIn
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that this year's model has not suffered The cadets will be admitted free thought at that time that Dick
the Sunniland Council of Boy Felda on October 28.
in because of the would be able to leave the Talla-
any way Ito
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'Scouts, held its monthly meetingand I i i game.
defense requirements and is an even I hassee hospital the, next morning.
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court of review here Tuesday BRITISH CADET BREAKS The recreation center is open for
better car than in past years. The I' However the next day his condition,
night. LEG PLAYING FOOTBALL dancing every Friday night and
new cars are said to be wider and although satisfactory, was not such
roomier and contain a powerful I Between five-thirty and six the I[ :last Friday a special effort was that he could be moved, so Mr. and
90-horsepower motor in either the boys began barbecuing their meat I British Cadet Jack Barrass is in .made to get as many of. the local Mrs. Patterson left for Tallahassee.Mr. .
V-S or the new six-cylinder style. for tjxe outdoor meal and after it ,' the Clewiston Hospital with a j girls out'as possible to provide? Patterson returned Wednesday,
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:: broken whichNwas 'broken in a dancing partners for a group of..t e
Where it has been necessary to was over the court of review was leg but Mrs. Patterson remained there
change parts, because of defense held with John Shutt, assistant fall on the wet fed near the Rid- (cadets who were invited in.. to be with her son until he can
needs, substitute material is' said council executive of Fort'Myers, J.I.i dle-McKay Aero College where a: I. It is pointed out that recreational return home for a couple of weeks'
to be in every case equal to or )[. Couse of Moore Haven, R. N. group of the cadets were playing facilities at the school are not rest before going back to the Uni-

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. t I ; I future! The Navy said, "Pick a trade-we play, ships you may be assigned to, exciting ports

Z;::: ,II I can make you an expert." And they gave you you where may to apply.visit. Tells If you enlistment are between requirements 17 and 31 and(no

t I And with that promotion came an increase nearly 50 skilled trades and vocations to high!: school required), get this free book now. No

,y; : in pay. And there were more to come. Second choose from: Radio expert,machinist,welder, obligation. Ask the Navy! editor of this paper for a
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'._. 1 Officer. Many might even go to Annapolis. trician--to mention a few. '

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t '-1.! 1 to the Navy Editor of this newspaper
BE RELEASED AFTER THE EMERGENCY II
< Without obligation on my part whatsoever please send me

; The Secretary of the Navy,has announced spared, regardless of the length of time remaining I free booklet, "Life In the Navy," givingfuU details about I II
"All men now enlisting in the Naval Reserve in their enlistment." the opportunities for men in the Navy or Naval Reserve. 1
I i will be,retained on active Navy duty throughRememberthe regular Navy and Naval I I .

; out the period of the national emergency, but Reserve offer you the same travel, training, \gA "
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they will be released to inactive duty as soon promotions, pay increases. Physical requirements I N am A ./' 1
\ after the emergency as their services can be in the Naval Reserve are more liberal. .-.I
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