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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 24, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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- VOLUME IS NUMBER 46 CLEVVISTON. FLOKID\. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, _1941. SUBSCRIPTION S2.00 PER YEAR

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f' Stockholders Approve ACL Changes Train November Schedule/, /. 3 Sugar Harvest Starts





ii New Issue Of Stock man With service the beginning into Clewiston f of the on Pull-November '- Despite Heavy RainsKiwanis


t 3, the .Atlantic Coast Line

. 0 railway company ? announces, a ..0 -
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Approval Is Also Given Draft Office Gets change the train in schedule into Clewiston which will an bring hour Enjoys Press \The Sugar House Began


: : To Program Of I I Four Negroes Away earlier to remain in the here morning ten minutes and permitit longer Movie On Wednesday! Operating At 6:34Wednesday


ExpansionAt in the afternoon. I

I After considerable difficulty the Under the new schedule the train A group of residents joined the

( local draft office located all of the will arrive in Clewiston at 9:00 Kiwanis, Club Wednesday night_ toj I
the annual :meeting of the l seven'' negroes scheduled to leave a. m. and leave at 6:00 p. m. Faster enjoy a technicolor film, "Seeing j Despite the heavy rains over the

United States Sugar Corporationheld I here on Wednesday morning for service is promised as well as Florida" which portrayed the tour I week-end which brought as muchas

at Dover, Delaware, Tuesday Camp Blanding but only two of the better accommodations through the of the 500 members of the National | six inches in some of the planta-

stockholders approved the authorization group left on schedule. addition of the BuffetPullman.The Editorial Association through the 1 tions of the United States Sugar

of a new class' of 500,000 I I'. Curtis Zell Rhodes and Benjamin revised schedules will be state last spring. It was filmedby Corporation, the cane' harvest was

shares of $25 par preferred stock.A I Owens left as scheduled Wednesdayand advertised in the' News next week. Harry Wurtel of Tampa and started on Monday morning as

registration statement covering I'' two of the others were located dedicated by the State Press As- scheduled and should be in full

200,000 shares of the new ,preferred -I,in Alabama and granted transfers. sociation to- the NEA. swing within a short time.

designated as Series A, was j,But two\ of the local boys were not CHILD KILLED HERE Of chief interest to local people Some difficulty was encounteredin

filed with the, Securities and Exchange -i I I found at once and, had to be sent were the scenes while at Clewiston. hauling the cut cane from the

Commission on September Thursday. The' seventh negro was They showed the, party disembarking fields and 'as- a result- the sugarhouse

23, '1941. I I finally located in ,Philadelphia.The WEDNESDAY A. M. BY at the Inn with scenes of the did not begin operating un-

The Series A preferred stock, draft board held a meeting sugar house, the Inn, the' Sugar Of- I,til six o'clock Wednesday morning..

which is convertible into the com(Thursday to classify several draf- fice Building, the girls who served The schedule had called for the-

pany's, common stock, will be offer-!I tees whose questionnaires had just, BACKING ICETRUCKRonald the barbecue dinner, the plantation sugar house operations' beginning;

ed'to, the corporation's registered I I)I been returned. Out of fifty whites entertainers, Mr.' :Moran and Mr. I Tuesday at noon.

common and preferred stockholderson i and 38 colored ,only three whites Bitting, their hosts" while in Clew-, Jay W. Moran, vice-president and:

November, 10, 1941, or ten days I[I and five negroes were classified in, Earl Wentzel, Jr., 5- iston. general manager of the corpora

after the effective date of the ]i I Class 1-A. There are still about year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Other: interesting scenes were of tion, stated that despite the disagreeable

registration statement, whichever is fifty questionnaires to be mailed. Wentzell of this city was almost Jacksonville,' the University at weather conditions, the

later. In connection with, the proposed -]I I At the present time 71 delin- instantly killed. Wednesday morn- ,Gainesville, Leesburg, Silver Springs, harvest and the 'sugar house opera

offering, 562,500 shares of quents, mostly colored, are listed in ing about ten-thirty o'clock'when tions
( Bok Tower, Cypress Gardens, Citrus are proceeding satisfactorily.
common stock will be reserved for!il J the office but in only a few cases an ice truck belonging' to H. J.. Exchange plant at Waverly, strawberry While the sugar house is not yet

conversion purposes. I: has the FBI been called upon to Oglesby and driven by Vernon market at Plant City, Tampa operating at full capacity it is ex-

The Series A preferred stock !I investigate. However the others Guthrie backed over the child aftera and MacDill Field, Clearwater pected that with improved weather

will carry cumulative dividends at will be turned over to them short- delivery near his home. The rear (Continued on page 10) conditions full capacity operationswill

the rate of $1.60 a share annually, I wheel of the truck passed ,over the be reached shortly.,

payable quarterly: and will also I child's head causing a basal skull Arrangements have been made

participate share for share with the ly.HEAVY fracture, attributed by Dr. Orval for a number of the independentsugar
U. S. AND BRITISH
I common stock in dividends up to I'I | RAINS BRING RIgby as the cause of death. cane growers to begin harvest

90 cents in any fiscal year. The The child is a grandson of Mrs. of their crop the first of next week.

conversion feature provides for a Luetta Perez who operates a cafe OFFICERS VISIT AT Their cane is sold 'to .the corpora

flexible schedule based on time and SOME CROP DAMAGE next door to the Clewiston Bar and tion under contract for processingin
1 the number of shares previously
his parents were both 'working in the ,Clewiston sugar house.
i converted. the cafe when the accident occur- RIDDLE AIR SCHOOLAir There was reported to have beena
Subscriptions for the new Series IN.'CLEWISTON'' AREAThe shortage of field labor
red. His father was one of the first duringthe
., A stock ,will. be restricted to registered to reach the child and immediately first few days but more labor

I I stockholders. No limita- absolved the driver of all blame. Marshal A. G. R. Garrod of has ,been arriving daily and it is

I tion in the way of rights related to Clewiston and Lake Harbor Guthrie stated before the the Royal Air Force, understood to expected that the harvest will be
coron-
the number of shares owned by areas bore. ,the brunt of the late
full in
er's jury that he had talked to the be the highest ranking officer of In swing a short time.
registered holders will be imposed, heavy rains which fell over the The in Ever-
child as he drove up in the alley to the RAF on this continent, expressed acreage of cane, the
but if excess subscriptions are received week-end and :considerable damagewas "
the back door of Christian's Bar- himself as highly pleased with glades area this year is about 27-
., '.Iffj.:;jt IotnentN!1l ,be. on "done' io growing crops, 'par- ber Shop to' make the training facilities for ,British 000 acres and *it is expected that
and
the basis of one share of new: pre- ticularly .strt.e.. zii, but in ,someparts had given a of delivery cadets maintained at the Riddle all of this will be converted into
bag he
him: a
' ferred to each 10 shares of com- of the 'Glades the rainfallwas grapes
Aero here the except for a small
had with him in the truck. 'The child McKay Colle.trenear! sugar acreage
mon or 1-4 share of present $5 not so heavy and, growers repor'ted other Riddle schools, at Arcadia and retained 'for seed 6aniU" This acre-
the back porch of the build-
was on
.I preferred; the balance of available the' rain as 'very beneficial the various other training centersin age includes that of*- independent
ing eating the when he 'went
stock will be prorated: on the same following a prolonged dry 'period. in., He returned grapes from the delivery, southwestern United States up- growers and both the' independentsand

basil> The heaviest rain' his arrival Miami the corporation will be
reported was jumped into the truck and startedto on in Saturday sugar
Of the proceeds, probably more at Ritta where 5.82 inches 'was afternoon after an inspection tripto permitted to harvest their entire
back out when he felt the rear
than $2,500,000 will be used for recorded by the United States Sugar wheel these schools. acreage if they wish this year with-
run ;over something and stop-
capital investments in diversifica-connectionwith I Corporation observatory. At Lake ped to investigate. 'He found the i Air Marshal Garrod was accompanied out penalty under the 1937 Sugar:
an expansion and Harbor the fall little less with Act.
was child lying between the front and i by Brig. Gen. Geo. E. '
tion of the
program corporation 5.80 inches recorded. Bare Beach' rear wheel of the truck. He was I Stratemeyer, assistant chief of the This harvest is slated to be the-

which was also approved by the. had 5.26 inches and Clewiston 4.04 rushed at once to the Clewiston U. S. Army air corps, Group Cap- greatest in the history of Ever-.

stockholders at Tuesday's meeting.The inches. Liberty Point reported Hospital, 'a block away, but died tains Lord Nigel Douglas, Hamil- glades sugar production barring,
corporation proposes to extend 2.18 inches, Benbow 1.19 and Moore before his arrival. ton and D. V. Carnegie and Wing unforeseen disasters such as freezesor
its activities to include the Haven had 1.16 inches. On around
Commander W. E. Outlon of the other pranks of nature.
production of sweet potato starch, the Lake from Lake Harbor the Serving on the coroner's jury were
RAF; Major C. R. Feldman and Although there has been no such
vegetable oils and fats Charles Christian, Paul Bussey,
protein rain decreased with South Shore Capt. J. A. Price of the Army Air announcement from the sugar cor-
meals, additional cattle feed, solvents Pete Chagaris, J. F. Tippey, I. S.
1.95 inches and South
reporting Corps and Lieut. Paul C. Williamsof poration it is understood that the
Bell and Marion Lee with G H.
and alcohol. :
Bay 95. ,The average in the east- the U. S. Navy. At Tampa the sugar cane acreage is now being
Small as coroner. The jury assembled -
y ern division was less than an inch group'' was joined by Air MarshalA. rapidly increased through the plant-.
first 'at the Hospital'12:15 at
No First Graders that day but the day previouslythey T. Harris, head of the RAF ings of independent growers since
heard part of the testimonyand
I had 2.12 inches at one station. training activities in the United the removal, at least partially, of

After Next MondayPrincipal The Friday rain registered 1.31 viewed until the 1:30 body to before await the adjourning -i[I States. They were 'tr velling in" a government restrictions through,

I inches in Clewiston and most sta- special transport plane which land- national defense needs.
evidence of Dr. Rigby. The hearing I
tions in this area reporting an ed at the Riddle-McKay field in The Sugar Act of 1937, althoughits
R. W. Turk announcesthat was concluded at the city hall ina
inch or better. South Bay had mid-morning Saturday. I restrictions have been some-
no new students will be ad- 1.55 inches Monday and Benbow. few minutes after Dr. Rigby',3arrival. I' Garrod also told 'Miami reporters I what curtailed, will continue to affect -

mitted to the first grade of the reported 1.48 inches Tuesday. that he had heard some criticism j ] the entire crop for this sea-
Clewiston school after next Monday, The body was taken at once to l !
Sugar: ,Corporation records show because Paul Riddle was spending son whether or not it is continuedby
October 27, unless they are transferred -', that there has been a 3.054 inch Pahokee and prepared by the Ever- so much in preparing permanent Congress past its expirationdate
glades Funeral Home for shipmentto
from another school. excess in rainfall this month with training schools but expressed the I December 31.
The third month of school starts Tampa, where the child was born
i I an excess for the year of 14.222 opinion that ten, twenty and even
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Monday and Mr. Turk feels that all and lived until about four months
'.. inches. Total for the year is 63.- I thirty years! from now his wisdom More Cadets ExpectedAt
beginners should have been started 434 inches. ago. would be proven.

before that time. The rains \ During the stop at the field near
heavy complicated the Flying School SoonWith
beginning of the sugar harvest Dr. Bourne, Speaker At here the officers made an inspec-
Tag Buyers Asked Monday but did not delay it and tion of the school and the quartersof
although damage to vegetables was Garden Club MeetingThe the British cadets. They were the arrival of fifty more

To Save Old Tags serious in some areas, other Lake very well pleased, according to reports cadets expected in a couple of weeks

farmers have benefitted from the with the progress made by 4 every effort is being made to rush
October meeting of the Clew- the students here. construction of the administration
rains. In other parts of the state
Tallahassee, Oct. 24-The Federal
iston Garden Club was held Thurs- building at Riddle-McKay Aero College
Government, through the Conservation the rains ended a severe drought day afternoon at the Community Scout Leaders Met near here so that the barracks
which'had already done considerable
Section of OPM, has requestedthat Central Center with Mrs. O. A. Jones pre- building, now being used for .offices -
all persons cooperate with damage to crops. Florida siding and with Dr. B. A. Bourne, In Felda ThursdayThis can be available for housing
beans are said to have suffered
State License Tag officials in the
head of the Agricultural Reseach the: new arrivals.
I conservation of 1941 and previous considerably with little hope that
Department of the United States The barracks were completedfirst
the late rains will '
help much.
.
years tags.Conservation very Sugar Corporation as guest speaker. week's meeting of the Scout of the group of buildings so

of old tags is not leaders of the Glades-Hendry district hat flying instruction could begin

compulsory but merely a request, Cadet Escapes InjuryIn Dr. Bourne spoke on the subjectof was held in Felda last night and without a suitable office space,

says Henry J. Driggers, Motor Ve- Soil Improvement as An Aid to with nine Clewiston men and two the offices are now occupying one

Ii\. hicle Commissioner, and he is notifying Plane CrackUpOne Plan Nutrition. By taking the soil Scouts attending.Fred of the barracks buildings. These

all tag agents to request apart into its three main phases L: Treat, executive of the accommodations, will be needed

owners of 1941 license plantes to solid, liquid and gas, the' speaker Sunny Land Council, was the speaker when the new cadets come in.
turn in their old tags to the tag of the RAF cadets, makinghis brought out the importance of soil : for the evening on Troop Pro- Construction of the recreation

agent when purchasing 1942 tags, first solo flight Thursday at air, water and the fine collodial grams and Why Boys Drop Out of building is going ahead very rapidly

or as soon thereafter as possible. the auxiliary field near, the LaMoore'ton' fraction containing essential miner- Scouting. The two subjects were and the classroom building is

',, Driggers says that in early spring : Club overshot the field'' :
trucks will gather these old tags and in attempting to rise caught.ture and acid and alklline reactionsof points were brought'' out'by the : area around the building sites

and carry them to Raiford, where the landing gear of his Stearman I soils were also reviewed in their executive applicable to the small 'i i! also nearing completion, between

they will be packed and held for trainer on a wire fence and' pan- ''|:relationships to optimum growth ,troop. Ighteen inches and two feet, of

disposal by the Government, duringthe caked to a landing In the highway ':and the avallibility of essential Attending the meeting from Clew and: having been hauled in to ee-,
present defense emergency. Mr. ditch just across the road from ; brief review of water the remainder
'nutrients. A iston were W. C. Owen, Charles ate this area above
Driggers makes it plain that the the LaMooreton Club. |(culture work was given showinghow Benson, Jimmy Wilson, M. M. of the plot and prevent water

,saving of old metal tags is purely The plane was badly damaged, I scientists have, within the past Prewitt, I"l'ed'Dunaway, R. :II. standing. Palm trees are being

I }... voluntary but he hopes that each but the pilot escaped without in- |[Itwenty years, proven the essential Bishop, J. W. Beardsley. E. E.- auled in and planted and other

owner will cooperate in this emerg- jury. His name could not be learn- nature of certain trace elements to Gross, F. E. Conkling, Oliver Mar- beautification work done.
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7 A quiz with answers, offering ?

i information various NATURE hath given men one
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? I. The Questions the Mount Rushmore memorial in .
Released by Western Newspaper Union
CREENp ADIOS 1. In whose honor was the Pan- South Dakota? Always do right. This will "

theon in Rome erected? The Answers gratify some people and aston-
i By VIRGINIA VALE Immortal Third Strike 2. The Civil war battle of An- ish the rest.-Mark Twain. ;,
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) 1. All the gods..
named after what
tietam ?
was Yes! in the
TT WAS just a couple of weeks ago 2. A stream. poor man's'garden grow
PANAMA HATTIE, M-G- -*. that the mighty voice of :Brooklyn 3. Who wrote the classic seriesof 3. Alexander Hamilton. Far more than herbs and flowers,
version of the was swelled into an earsplittingroar. papers called the Federalist? Kind thoughts, contentment, peace .
4. Greenwich, England, in whichis of mind, .
successful Broadway musical, Supporters, of the Dodgerswere 4., The prime meridian passes situated the Royal observatory, And joy for weary hours. ;
is well under way. The initial berserk. Catcher Mickey through what city? t from the meridian of which geog- -Mary II owitt.A .

.set disclosed Ann Sothern in a Owen had just dropped that immortal 5. In Shakespeare's "Merchantof raphers and navigators of nearlyall decent boldness ever meets
third strike to give a World Venice" what is the name of nations count their longitude. with friends.-Homer.
!night club; singing one of the series game to the hated Yankees. the merchant? 5. Antonio. :

:show's best songs, and dancing When the shouting and the tumult 6. What dirigible made the first 6. Graf Zeppelin (Oct., 1928). to To do see it is what want is of right and not

. while two hundred soldiers, died-when Brooklyn became' normal transatlantic flight? 7. Four (Washington, Jefferson, Confucius. courage.-
sailors marines and tourist? again-Catcher Owen 'had escaped 7. How many figures make up Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt). '.
with his life. Flatbush fans, stiflingany
;served as a background.An urge to commit mayhem, admit- .<'
expert passed judgment on ted that in baseball as in every

!the set, uniforms, etc.-she is sport, there is great chance for er
'!Mamie Kelly, for 25 years operatorof ror. Owen's mistake occurred dur- ,
; the most famous night club in ing a blue chip game. But that's a
[Central America, at Panama City. part of baseball-an unhappy part. ,
'
iShe declared that Rags Ragland Owen isn't unique in his position. r I
:looked more like a sailor than a John Miljus' wild pitch in the 1927 I A

sailor himself-and she's seen thousands series between the Yankees and the *- __

of them! Pittsburgh Pirates was just as disas- _
trous. It was ,in the ninth inningof
For the eighteenth time in his the fourth and final game of the
life Richard Dix was made an hon- series. The score was tied at 3-3.
'orary sheriff the other day; he's Combs walked, Koenig beat out a .1

making: "Tombstone," and his role bunt, both men advanced on a wild
..is that of Wyatt Earp, the famous pitch. Ruth was walked purposelyto
peace officer of Arizona in the fill the bases. Miljus fanned :,
'state's wilder days. Gehrig and Meusel. Then Miljus 4< ? 1
--71E-- wild-pitched the winning run over

Not since flame-haired Clara Bow the;plate as Tony Lazzeri stood,with

took 'the movie world by storm has bat in hand.It .
wasn't a complete surprise to
Hollywood seen a personality so vi-
Lazzeri. Miller Huggins Yank pilot -
,
brant as Frances Neal, according
had cautioned him: "Watch fi.k
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,. Miljus-he's getting
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he's going to throw one away." ::':o.vx::::<
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I 4ti5 r c $100,000 Error a I when you' buy the pack YOU WIN two ways with 1

i Fred Snodgrass made his famous Raleighs! Premiums..and
mistake in the 1912 series between ,
the: Boston Red Sox and the Giants. i with the coupon on the back !i iA a milder, better-tasting: :

,He muffed a fly'ball in the eleventh C CB smoke! Your own eyes tell you ,t.
inning of the seventh game. Called DIVIDEND OF PREMIUMS! Free to '
that Raleighs are top quality. '
the $100,000 error, it gave the Sox
two, runs, the game by a score of Raleigh Smokers! Just save the valuable the tobacco is more golden colored

3-2 The and Yankees the series, 4-3. not without I coupon on the back of every pack. goodin than in other popular brands. .

are the U. S. A. for choice of
your many
blemish. Ancient baseball history and golden-colored leaves bring B
\ reveals that Jack' Chesbro, a famous luxury premiums!
the
the highest prices at great
i
iI 4 spitball pitcher for the Yanksin I
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I 1904, threw the pennant away I tobaccosales.TryRaleighstoday.They .

with a wild pitch. cost no more than other
It's true, of course, that most of
these errors lacked the drama of popular-priced cigarettes, yet

fe '.irf, d d Owen's muff, for this game, it I'I they're blended from 31 selected

FRANCES NEAL seemed, was ended. The develop- grades of golden Turkish and '.
third
ments taking place after the

j to Frank' O'Connor, who directed strike' were enough to. break the Domestictobaccos.Andsaveyourcoupons

, the famous "It" girl in most of her heart' of a stoic. for handsome practical
: films. He's playing an importantrole However, Owen is made of stern
in RKO Radio's "Lady Scar- stuff. Time will ease the strain andit A Sport Jacket. Tan poplin Speed King Roller Skates. premiums!
.face," in which she makes her film won't be long until Brooklyn Windshowerproof..3 sizes. Rubber-mounteddoubleball 6a 6I
debut. Director Frank Woodruff forgives. But Mickey might as well Light weight. 475 coupons bearing wheels.200 coupons.

dubbed her "Titian TNT," and know.that'Brooklyn never forgets.
DI
O'Connor thinks it fits. -

--1--'" Bowling-the Right Way

The job of doing the raucous, old- II II
fashioned ring-master's voice for By LOWELL JACKSONThis
Walt Disney's "Dumbo", has been I
handed to Herman Bing. The ( is one of a series of lessons in bowling ;
task of recording voices for the part by Lowell Jackson one of the country's
outstanding bowlers. Mr. Jackson has eighteen
B
seemed endless-actual ring masters 300 games to his credit and has a 12-year III III
rodeo and prize fight announcers league average of 210.) Tllt.topTable.MatchedBut-
Deluxe Bridge Table with
and circus barkers were tried PROPER EQUIPMENT. Standard 0 genuine inlaid wood top. terfly Walnut center. MarI BB BB
out for it, before Herman won by bowling equipment consists of a Leg locks. ...750 coupons. quetry inlay..375 coupons.
a throat full of r's. well-fitted bowling ball, a pair of I I
:r- good bowling shoes and a bag to I Jy W y Inof

transport the ball and the. shoes. i
"':
;
Bob and Colonna have
Hope Jerry
For men, the ball should weigh 16 '
acquired new honors, too. They are pounds. The ladies ball can weigh \
I honorary members of the Salt Lake 1I
12, 14 or 16 pounds. A bowling ball
force the award I
City police ; was
must not weigh more than 16
II made at the recent a
city's police
pounds, or be more than 27 inches
show, with some 10,000 people look. I : II
a
ing on. .
'
Gilt-edged Congress Quality Free Catalog. Write Brown
Rosalind Russell is right at homein Playing Cards. Single deck: &WuliamsonTobaccoCorp.; '
M-G-M's "Her Honor," in which THY II 60.Set of two:100 coupons. Box: :599,Louisville,Ky.

she's a woman judge. Her family's
Kool
B & W coupons are also packed with
practically all lawyers on the male
side-she can count seven without I Cigarettes and Big Ben Smoking Tobacco
pausing to think. As a child she used I III
I TUNE IN !"CoUeae Humor"; Tues. night,NBC Red Network.
to hide in her father's court room
in Waterbury, Conn. once she I'I
managed to do it when he was try-
ing a thrilling murder case. She'd
probably have been a lawyer if she Li.
hadn't had what it takes to be a

movie star; as it is, she draws up' .
her that.own contracts and lets it go at 1 t

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Preston Foster, star of Para-
HERE'S WHAT YOU DO HERE'S WHAT YOU WINYou .
mount's "The Morning After," had I rHumptyDumptysatonstile- I
a swell idea the other day. He U It's simple.It's fun.Just think up have 133 chances to win. If
I' bought two football tickets for every Ue sure it fits! alast line to thisjingle.Make sure Smoking Raleighs with a smile.He you send in more than one entry, III
to be in circumference, but it be it rhymes with the word"blend." your chances of winning will be
game played by the Univer- I may prefers this milder blend that much better. Don't delay. I
Write last line of ,tho
lighter and smaller. your
sity of California at Los Angeles, n Start thinking right now. I
B jingle on the reverse side of a
I and the University of Southern Cali- There is no recommendation as to or - - I
package ( a
Raleigh
/ fornia, and sent them to the morale the use of a ball with two or three i facsimile thereof)wrapper, sign it with First prize $100.00 cash BI

office at Camp San Luis Obispo; the finger holes. your full name and address; and Second prize .50.00 cash I
1 office is to conduct hard luck contests, Grips are measured on a "grip mail it to Brown & Williamson originality and aptness of the line you write.
and the buck private who'd had the ball," containing hundreds of com- Tobacco Corp.; P. O. Box: : 180, Judges'decisions must accepted as final. Third prize. 25.00 cash p
toughest luck each week will be binations of holes of varying sizes Louisville, Kentucky! postmarked In case of tics, duplicate; prizes will bo 5 prizes of$10.00.50.00 cash I
not later than awarded. Winners will be notified by mail.
To determine U midnight
given the tickets, put up at the best and spaces. your cash II
p October 27,1941. Anyone may enter (except employees of 25 prizes of $5.00 125.00
quarters in Los Angeles, and pro- proper span, place your thumb in You enter last, Brpwn &Williamson Tobacco Corp., their I
:may as many
of carton
vided with a pretty girl one of the thumb holes to the depth families 100 prizes a I
as a companion lines as you wish,if they are all advertising agents, or their ) All.
at the game. desired and then lay your hand flat I written separate Raleigh pack entries and ideas therein become the prop- of Raleighs, 150.00 II
-&: on the surface of the ball with your age wrappers (or facsimiles). erty of Brown &; Williamson Tobacco I
middle finger extended over the fin- I Prizes will be awarded on the Corporation. 133 PRIZES $500.00 I
Joe Marshall has a bigger job ger hole. The second knuckle jointof L.a.r.m0omo0.mmmmmmmmmenemerarasemrmrsmmtasaammomr
j il than washing an elephant each day; the finger should extend about
''i he paints one every morning. one-quarter inch past the inside
'',j Sprays a two-ton beast from ears edge of the finger hole, making it Have' Faith
Merchants Who Advertise
I I[ to toenails with gray-white water possible to insert the finger comfort- .
: color so that he won't blend into ably. The finger hole should fit

\ the background during" Technicolorshots I snugly and the thumb hole shouldbe In the Merchandise They Offerto You
for "Malaya; the Dorothy : fairly loose.
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PAGE FOUn' THE CLCXVISTOX NEWS
FRIDAY OCTOBER. 2.1., 1041
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News clean and quiet. something right on my paper" Teacher: "Lester
The Clewiston
,
open
ctJo Y Yeiu Some your
of us have had trouble on *
our tests, but. we all hope to pass! book and study that page and "don't:

Published every Frirtov I... r-e| 'o",P' THE STAFF (gulp). British Commanding Officer asked the close It."
cadets what they liked best
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS. Barbara Broadfoot _.....__ Humor We are glad to have Ben Bolton of all about America: "American I I Lester' : "Don't you want me to
Tnc. I turn it over when I
finish
Maurrne P1'W1ttChief Reporter. back from Georgia; he was absent Girls" was the reply, "Instead of I I I ?" that
Jcaruio O'Neill .._____ So ietj' two days. !I page.' -
sending over bombers, send :
KJTATIILnY BOWIJE'N, Editor Juanlta Burkett m.._...__.. Faculty Some of the girls are knitting. girls." over 1 1 f";, ::c }; Elizabeth Winn.

Dorothy" Knight, ..:-:-:...___ Sketches Some for the Red Cross, and 'othersfor s s ,'VI J!;'( : .; SOCIETY
Entered as' second class mall matter Barnard Lester and the fun of it.' :j 1 t: .

Clewiston.February 1,Florida 1927. at, under the Pest the Office Act of in Kemper Bond _._.__-....._ Sport Charles Benbow, Reporter. Mr. Turk sent an announcement:!. :-A1 Surprise party was given by

March 3, 1897.Snbrcrlption Marianne Jones ..._...._...._ Clubs Eighth Grade News around that there would be pictures'4netribers' of the Junior class for

Jimmy Paul _.._...._m_-_ Reporter We are that Mamie Triceis in the auditorium. One of the -pu-j) :{j 1wUsit'E Barbara Broadfoot.

Rate $2.00 Per Year. Gloria McDuffie __........ Specialties absent from sorry school. She had pils asked' what kind of p'ictJures.1 1' The ,guests play d games and

Advertising Rate. On Application. : '-. Class Reporters her tonsils taken out Saturday: We The teacher replied that she did ) danced. During the evening fruitjello
,1 ,{! ; Betty McDnffie Philip McLeod, hope she not know whether Itauld" 'rbe was served with cream and
Gloria McDuffie, Beulah Guthrie. recqversr'SOon.: tfj group '
Lawrence Guthrie has now pictures or individual/ cookies
Devoted to the advancement and welfare come to find out-it was moving!: A good time
of Clewiston and Hendry: County. taken over the job of class. reporter was had by all.
pictures! i"!i 'S (Continued on Page 7)
DO'YQU.CARRY YOUR FEELINGS
,- The students of dear old CHS I
'ON- YOUR SHOULDER? .
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MEMBER '\ are struggling under the pressureof
_; FLORIDA PRESS; Assocr\nos\\\' Last ii'week' in the school news I Monthly Exams. Could that be WVVVV*:H.s :--:'-:";--:--:":":":":":":--:": :7;" :':":" ":. ;-.;. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..x..:..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..?

N'UIQVAIbilfgAssoaA1Jo l : there' 'wpre several items, which we the reason for so many student .X ""

.. thoughts,}vere rather cute. But it absences? Mary Carlisle has been ; :

I appears that feelings were acutely I absent for several days due to 1

.-:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.-:..: :..:..:..:,:..:..:..: j hurt" We,.by couldn a certain understand article. this-r illness.Lawrence. Guthrie, Reporter 1: Putting On The Dog I


and frankly, we still can't. Every- Ninth Grade News .. .vrca _

RAMBLINGS thing of this particular sort thatis At last Marian Yoder and Jack .. "L J ,J..lJ.....L- ::
put in our news is purely for Marteniz have broken the sacred :i :fb9w edt :.

By B. B. fun, and a laugh. We aren't try- case of puppy love. Could it be X.r. HUNTERS '- = ,'.. "" -,' .?

ing to get or give "free publicity." because of a phone call he got froma .( ,, .-"_','t,,_ ; .f....
.:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :-.:..: It .Is sincerely hoped that this "skirt" ,in Moore Haven, or' :;/' \ T .
Valuable dogs ''ar' (:::Jnsurable! Your :_!:
A weekly newspaper know will bring a better understanding could it be the British cadets or ::

- better than to complain about the, between.. :,:us and you, and that all perhaps both? ;( dog will be subject to many hazards during :

weather. By the time our complaintthat our "wittiness" will be taken in Several boys in school pray that the : ., '
the right spirit! coming hunting season protection ::
we needed rain was in print, they now have a chance with this _

the sky was falling! "beautiful blonde." :.: against these hazards available to_ ..;.

And by the time Governor Hol- GARDEN CLUB NEWS Betty McDuffie. nominal '- ..
'you at
J. :: cost. ,
need-
land's complaint that Florida ; Fourth Grade --- :

'! ed no 'gas rationing: was filed in the : at 8:30 in Mrs. Holstine's SENIOR SKETCH :y: Don't !
: proper pigeon-hole, Secretary Ickes [t:\ Monday ; forget Your .valuable hunting : ::
, room, we had our garden Mary Johnson was born in St. ::
announces that the curfew on gas equipment can also be insured! *
club meeting. As soon as we get Petersburg, Florida, on December
:; is called off. ;'I I y ..
our flowers we are going to work. 9, 1924. Mary entered school herein .s. .t.i..
;_ Do you suppose the weatherman i
:Harry Vaughn is manager of the her Freshman year, and, has been x .i.
would listen if someone pointed "
,
, football game of the fourth grade ?
here now 'til she graduates. Her
: .. out that late October is hardly the '
E
time for summer 'weather? ,club. "favorites" are- English and collecting :i: Beardsley Insurance ::_
r Fifth Grade silver She has not
." s s s | spoons. + '
.: !i We' decided at our last meetingnot as yet decided what she'll do tt
[ Next Friday is Hallowe'en and to, 'put' our policeman out in when she completes' this stage of : Agency :;%:

r, the P.-T. A. will sponsor its annual the garden until after Hallowe'enbecause her career-but knowing her as .:i/.: .;.

:" Hallowe'en Plans carnival this on the take school note we don't want him torn we do, we know she' will make -:'-"':":- ":--)-:..):-:..):..:--:..:..:--:.:..:...:..:. :..:..:..:--:..:..:..:..:..:.-:.-:..:..:.-: :.-:..:..:..:..:..-:..:..:..:..:..:..:--).=)-
grounds. year down.
good at whatever she turns her
; "
' of the fact that: Hallowe'en is for Charles Miner, Reporter. hand. s>wDot ---

a the kiddies. The carnival will open Sixth: Grade
Knight. .
.
: 'at 6:30 with hot dogs, hamburgersand The sixth grade garden club boys --- -' -- -.- ,-. :.- ;, ._: .. : -- --- --';
other food for sale. The family 10th Grade News
'
', will play the seventh grade In a
t', : can have supper there-Bingo, football-game Wednesday. Ticketsare What BIG reason stopped EricJohn ,
'
:, :fish 'pond, apple bobbing and other one cent each. Cheer leaders and Robert from leaning

" amusements will be provided-all will be' Doris Strickland and Carline against the classroom wall?

("i. "very reasonably. Later there will Berner. The game, planned for Upon being asked what an or- Let Us '

'be a dance for adults in the audi Monday, was postponed as the field gan of the body 'was, Lester up and ,

f: torium. Lucky that Hallowe'en Is was too wet. replied, "A musical instrument." ,

" Ion Friday-and no school next day. A farewell party was given ,for With
. The boys plan to plant rose Supp.lyYou
> Barbara and Bobby Broadfoot last -
bushes, snapdragons baby's breath > '
Friday by the Sophomore class. The ,
; If you've been trying to buy and carnations. Violets already : '" '
.- are party was given 'at the home of ':. : ;' \. :' :. '. ; I'f "
: Material only to have the jobber planted. ,:..;, : ,, :, .j :
"
The pians for the girls garden :: ..
'
McLeod "
< make delivery, you'll appreciate ,the Philip Reporter.! .- ,; "
h have not yet been completed. They .
',, following ditty-we stole It from :
: have their violets planted, also. BIOLOGY CLUB WINDOW CARDS _. :
" the Embry-Riddle Fly Paper: C' ,
'
We p'an',to, plant roses and baby's "
..
"Keep temper, gentle sir"Writes -
your breath but 'have not decided on The Biology Club went on a field RULED FORMS
>
the manufacturer. what other flowers to plant. trip, Wednesday.

Tho your goods are overdueFor Carline, Berner, Reporter. Results: Wet feet dirty feet, ; \ I

a month, or maybe two, '.- t one frog-broken .,. I -':LETTERHEADSENVELOPES .
'We can't help it. Please don't swear CLASS NEWSAgriculture leg.Mary Mathis. '" ___ .. ,
:
Labor's scarce and steel is rare. i' .

'Can't get copper, can't get dies, SIXTH GRADE ,,' -,, '" .
h These are facts, we tell no lies. Due to wet weather, we' have I ,- .
not accomplished much on our We have chosen four leaders for BILLHEADS : .
"
"Harry's drafted, so is Bill laboratory plot. Our trip to the our arithmetic club. They are: : <::

All our work is now up-hill. beach was postponed ''because of Carolyn Robson, Marion Phillips, : /\ .
F 'So your order, we're' afraid, the- wet weather, also. The trip Billy Hanie and Eddie Conkling. < \ .. ,.- ; HANDBILLS -: :;':, *: < "

May be yet a' bit delayed. will "come off" in the near future:' Marion Phillips and Joyce Phil- '., ., _. :' ) )/ -

" / Still you'll get it, don't be vexed, Philip McLeod, Reporter.. lips cousin, recently moved here. .- '- ,.. ,, '",": .'. TICKETS ,...."-'' ,;- "-, .: .
Maybe this month, maybe next. Seventh Grade '. '
The sixth grade gave the P.-T. A. ..
Keep: on .hoping, don't say die- We have row monitors for everyin program this month. The Three -' .. < \ :

We'll fill your order bye and bye. the room to keep the rows Old Women was the play. \ -.- ETC. ;

r.. The cast. was: Carolyn Robson, I

Carline Berner and Shirley Krueger. -
,'.. ,At a price surprisingly low
yi
's1 A Also there was "Doings in the

i_ Corn Field." The cast was: Dick

-: ;\<7rr Schiffli-Tom, Anthony Toulis <-

Bill, Bubber Mills.-Scarecrow.

The remaining boys in the room r II

were jack-o'-lanterns:.

Doris Strickland, Yvonne Bur
"
kett, Marasha Norton, Christine

Blown, Marylin Shelfer, Joyce Phil- Quality Printing

lips, Shirley Owen and Betty Lou .
Emrick gave the Dance of the Eight
"

Pumpkins.Doris Strickland, Reporter. IN I J


MRS.: BAKER

Our seventh grade sponsor, Mrs. PHONE 39 AND

Baker, was born in Greenwood, ',<'. "

.Yrr 1 e., _s South Carolina. : :. ,.:.' OUR REPRESENTATIVE
She attended Lander College, ,.' ,
Greenwood, South Carolina, and > ''' -
Southern College, Lakeland, Fla. < WILL CALL TO ASSIST YOU .

She has taught in Polk, Gadsden ,."- <

and Hendry; Counties. "'".. i->"- '

Mrs Baker's hobby is fishing and :.;-
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we understand she, does right well \ ./i'

at it! +4/- LET US ESTIMATE ON

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Juanita Burkett. f' "
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I YOUR NEXT ORDER' .
11TH GRADE NEWS \. ,

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,\ "Career Girl"
Y
t r Janice Wynn has become a

: tl "P. S." and she does mean PRI- ":,. .
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(S, VATE. In otherwords Janice: is .a \I

:", J secretary for Mr. Turk.
t. Z VI e be +

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f RA o ila HUMOR._> THE CLEWISTON NEWS
i'x
; $ o t r During an examination a student
: "r
;> asked what the date was. The

teacher said, "Never mind the date,

"<\ the exam is more important." .
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I FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1941. THE CLEWISTOX NEWS PAGE FIVE

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J I I IJ IN:M:M:N:N N:..:..:N N N N Nh NN.. ................................,............................................................................NMNNN.. .. .. .. ...'......................1(I Martin has made no plans for The central part of the retina of Lawrence Hooker, 5 acres and D. '":'f"(
.'.
,I ':' manufacturing and marketing the the eye, known as the fovea, is .the S. Click, 5 acres. .. ;.
I ':' device, making them more as an spot of sharpest vision. A football Farmers who ""'':1)
: r expect to plant
:::: TOO LATE TO _: I accommodation than anything else, player automatically- turns his-' headso three acres or less to potatoes were :'::2:'

.;. If the 'demand for them continues that the center of the play is not required to apply for a government -.
: I ':' to grow it will probably mean a focused on the fovea. But the out- allotment. '''

i .::.: ,CLASSIFY ,;_:i: new industry for Eustls and Lake side region of the retina, known as .- :,.

,I ,;'I .;:' ,.:. When one stops to consider the .the periphery, is important in detecting NOTICE INTENTION' TO .' :
..
i I ..:' .':' number .of football teams In train- moving objects'' at the side. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME .r

I .'. :0 Ing throughout the country, rep- I It ,functions as a sentinel and 'when ', l'

:;: By: RUSSELL KAY =|f. resented 'by high schools and colleges -I beams of light move over it. the TO Notice WHOM Is ,hereby IT MAY,given CONCERN that the:_ undersigned .,:;J

; .;. to say nothing of grade player is made 'aware of ,movements ,under the provisions of -;'(1
.i' I ( Chapter ,
20,953 .
Laws
of _
:: r. President Florida Press Association i schools and other organizations' it I of one or more of his op of 1941, ,will register with Florida the Clerk Acts 's:!

,:. .., ..- .. -. .'. . ............. .... .... ...........__ .u..u... .,..._... :.oI appears .that there_ is indeed a ponents. :Because ,of ,this makeupof of the Circuit Court, in and for Hen- ....
.:.,:N N:N:N..;N:N :..;N :N:.yo-' .N;N. . .-.-.-. .-. .":. .-.-. .-. .-.-:.-. ":'. worthwhile market and, being'sea dry County Florida, upon receipt of :.a
-
the retina
I a man on a football proof of publication of this the .. :
notice
I II the player and at the same time sonal, the manufacturing ,could be ,team may,catch a ,punt while watchIng fictitious. name, to-wit: i"f:
fellow
You would think that a failed to provide the .natural action done in the summer for deliveryin indirectly the men who are mov- Ben Franklin Store ,
in mathematics, under which I. am engaged, in .business
who was instructor {j+
I school football fear t I that takes place when human bodies ',the :fall. ing down the field for a tackle. : at, Clewiston. Florida. That thn ";
i coach of a' high come In contact. ,There was no party interested in said business Is ,1
and president .of ,a ,Kiwanis ,Club as follows: ;'J
spring or give .and as afar as experience '
'
ELMERTA
he Wildcat Killed After Six Farmers Apply CHIDDEN .'
would be .so ,blamed busy that ,went a .player ,could get City of Clewiston. County of Hen. ,
wouldn't have any '"spare time,", dry, Florida. ,October 24. 1941. '
but the Eustls :Lake :Region tells self the at same a brick effect wall.by heaving him- I I Attack On :Rider :For Potato Allotments' No. ,281-oct. 24-31 Nov., '714. ',':};

I an interesting story,of. a: chap named "e
Memory 'Mar.Un'who does all that Martin watched his boys beat :,(Moore .Haven ,.Democrat) NOTICE OF INTENTION TO "
themselves' into a pulp, 'often sus- (Moore Haven Democrat) '' .REGISTER FICTITIOUS 'NAME. ,
,
and Indulges in a (little inventing Six farmers of the county made '
I I
: taining painful .injuries, ,and decided The popular theory that wildcat. : TO WHOM IT :MAY CONCERN:
Irish potato allotments
on the side. applications for : ,
that there must be some better would not 'attack a human ',was Notice is hereby given that..the undersigned '.
to the (Department of Agri- under the '
I of
Keenly interested.. developing f provisions
means of teaching them the :fine ,art proven .a fallacy Tuesday morning Chapter' 20,953, Laws of Florida Actsof
culture the
before deadlineand
,
football for his school Monday -
team ,
a crack of tackling and blocking._ Instead when Joe 'Crews, a range rider on .1941. will register'wIth the Clerk
Martin wasn't a bit satisfied with these applications were ,forwarded of the ,Circuit Court In and for Hen-
of fighting against a rigid block- the Campbell Ranch, .won a 'decision dry County Florida, "' >
'to the Department Monday upon receipt of
the equipment and old methods Ing machine, he reasoned that they over a ,twenty-two poundcat proof.of ,publication of this notice, the
employed In ,teaching the :boys how have'some ''of afternoon from 'the-office. ,of 'County fictitious name, to-wit:
should sort a device only after -a desperate struggle., Harlem Refreshment
Agent 'F. D. Yaun. Shop
to block, so he set his mathematicalmind that would give them the same action Joe ;was riding ,in the Campbell under' which I am engaged in business
,the The acreages for which allot at iClewlston, :
to work on problem. ( Florida: Harlem Negro
and reflex that they would pasture about a'mile east and a
"ideas" in the place ments were asked .are ,as' .follows:, Quarters.That the party interested.
Substituting '
'. ,with another (human 'in' said business
actually encounter : quarter .south ofMain's Corner when is as follows:
of "figures" .he' worked It out after R. ;E. Kurtz, 150 acres; John GERTRUDE JONES
,
'body. ,he noticed a bunch :of frightened
numerous ,experiments ,to finally I I Tiedtke, ;350'acres,; ,Arthur .Barren; City of Clewiston County of Hea-
cattle. As'he ;frodetoward them, dry Florida, October''
Trying one method after,another \ 16, 1941.
? 4 : A. W. Randall
develop" what, he 'terms ;the Martin acres; 10 acres; No. 28o..oct. 2431Nov.. 7-14..
and studying the problem seriously alongside a ditch spoil '-bank,' the
Machine. I I.It
Blocking. ,..'he finally found his answer In cat suddenly sprang pnto the 'back ..
has :proved .so practical and the automobile spring. Constructing of his horse. The horse pitched I I:1'1
effective that other football coaches,I .>
his own tackling dummies, he and Joe went over his head and : -
after seeing it work, have ordered
attached 'them to standard type automobile when he stopped rolling. saw the, I
one or, more for their use. As a I ::: X
springs which were in turn cat lunge for his hat which had
result the novel machine is now {
fastened securely to heavy wooden fallen between ;him rand :the horse. 't
being employed in the training of y
:blocks supported by heavy frame- But the cat was not 'satisfied .to' *
high school teams 'in Winter Haven,
Winter work to withstand plenty of push play ',with the hat and ,Joe was not m .17
Tavares, St. ,Petersburg, '
and shove, but with sufficient giveto given time '.to .get his knife, out of *
Park, Lakeland and other towns
practically duplicate the action his pocket ,before ,the cat .was on
and .it begins to look as though the *.
that takes place when two determined him, lunging for his ,throat ;while
product of Martin's "spare, time" Is 1.
(
huskies meet on the football using his claws to .advantage.. '1
going to require his :full time froma '
field. ,The cat's murderous: teeth graze'Joe's ;
:
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manufacturing and ,sales stand- I l s lb
result dashing'in 1iin"as Joe caught the cat1 0
point. I As a the players .+ NOT ,A
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'threw I ,.1s, h
by the throat and ,him to the .. I
to block found that the devic'e'provid'ed 1 '.
COLOR'
The type of equipment in stand- : ._
ard use for traiinng'football teams ; "all that' could 'be--asked. ground. 'The (battle \raged for several ( :' ='1 gfl \
minutes 'and 'the cat's claws .:. i
in ,blocking was decidedly ,rough on for from the standpoint of (resistance : .:. Pw"Y
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I. and at the 'same time possessed ripped through Joe's ..clothingInto : : f ,:.r.""
----- ---- - - - -- -- -- the skin beneath number of times. _. r rw
a _
enough give .to absorb the 'blow .. '
I from the player, simply ,giving ,a But Joe held .tenaciously,to the cat's .'T.. 'j':
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throat and his grea't.enough
strength was
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It eliminated -
severe jolt. practically .:. I .. .
I TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP 'the danger or injury and enabledthe to master the, situation :for o.: ------";.$ c ,

boys to go through their train-i the cat suddenly dropped limp, J: ,

Anything in Plumbing :Fixtures ing period, with less fatigue. choked to ,death. :: (,(Explanation .,on PageSix. ) 'X

Prompt, Efficient Service Not satisfied to simply watch Joe brought the cat to town with :+: 'X

operations, :Emmet Peter, Jr., edi- I 1-him as he came to have :Dr.. D. M.. X. ;
PETER CHRISTENSEN N, Mgr. o! "
Draughn ,treat .his. numerous '
tor of the "Lake Region, figuredhe ; ; g
:i\ '
I scratches and none could doubt the 1- ) !,
could get"a better idea of the _. .
\ performance of the machine by authenticity of the story he told.A o 0. :Ln-:! '. '

few' ,old-times said they had : i
tackling it himself. With a snarl
I and a growl, he let himself go' at heard of cases where men were 'attacked -' ::_:: When ,an emergency 'arises, ,a.j sh.re. :

one of the. dummies, and he ,describes by cats but the cases ,were 0' .

Fisft ztkEst4' his experience as follows: very ,)rare. No one could guess :_: serve :keep.sthin\ s from :looking black. A ;

"The, 'Martin Machine is really a why: the cat hadmade' the attack : .

marvel of training 'efficiency. Of I unless because of severe hunger.It :;: small sum placed tina: ,savings: :account

: course to one who hasn't tackled was a big'cat, as 'large as the .:.

PC anything stronger than an occas- average-sized e dog. :;: each pay day can 'build security from

% 4s ional Martini for more years thanwe .:0

would care to mention, 'the ma- 'Keen Vision NeededIn :*_: worry! $1.00 opens an account. :
chIne'provided' a rather rough X

workout. But ,it was easy to visua- Football PlayKeen Y f?

lize how effective the Martin equip- ?

I II ment is in training young bodiesin 1

i44iRu da the art of blocking and tackling." vision, as well as brawn, l

, + The Martin machine sells for only is needed in football, for a player X

$30 and reportedly does the same must not only keep his eye on the L.- t

I f on the market and while to date ball, but watch at the same time the ?

work as equipment now in general I movements of the various opponents,

loc1 -... I use costing as much as $150. The points 'out the Better Vision Insti- _
ti FREE.,Send for NEW booklet, con schools in the state that have pur- tute. More eyework is needed, says !
taming dozens of bright ideas to im
1 prove your baking. Address: Rumford chased the machines pronounce the Institute; in football than- in .:.. :

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l PAGE SIX THE CLEWISTOX NEWS ) FRIDAY OCTOBER
1941MM''X


<' "X. > yI erty under the said certificates Is.. proof of publication of this notice, the XO'l'ICIOF INTENTION TO
sued was In the name! of Louise Stanley fictitious name to-wit: REQ1STKH FICTITIOUS NAME
I Advertisements-I Chas. Carter; Otto Malakowsky, Clewiston Lunch
Legal B. F. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
Guycr.; under which I am engaged in businessat ,
Unless said certificates shall be redeemed Clewiston. That the party inter- Notice is hereby given that the undersigned -
according to law, the property ested In said business is as follows: under the provisions of

...t..;_.._;..;_..;_..;...._..............,..._._...,.,...,.,..u.:..,....,....,...'......'7.-. ...._._...__1.__1.__1.__1.__1..n.n.n..n._1...1...._........................._.1....1..1...1._._...._._1..'.1._'_1.._._1.._._..' the highest'described bidder therein at the will court be sold house to I City of Clewiston MABEL UEWIS, County of Hen- of Chapter 1941, '20,53'; register.Laws o'with Florida the .Clerk Acts

INTENTION TO qualified to vote in the election. The door on the first Monday in the monthof dry, Florida. October 4, 1941. of. the Circuit Court, in and for Hen-
OF
NOTICE November, 1941, which Is the 3rd 278-r-Oct. dry County, Florida
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Petition must be filed with the Boardof 10-17-24-31. upon receipt of
day of November, 1941. r proof of publication
Public Instruction of Hendry Coun-' of this notice, the
ty, Florida, at least 30 days priorto Dated this 1st day of October, 1941. I fictitious name, to-wit:
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: holding of the election. on the (SEAL) 'WILLIAM T. HULL, NOTICE I' INTENTION TO Texaco Service Station
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned date above set out. Clerk of Circuit' Court of REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME under which we are engaged in busl
under the provisions ot: THE BOARD ,OF PUBLIC Hendry County, Florida.. ness'at Clewiston.' Florida. That the
Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts INSTRUCTION OF HENDRY I+[Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24. parties Interested .In said business are
of 1941, will register' with the Clerk COUNTY, FLORIDA. ( TO WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN: as follows:

x>f the Circuit Court In and for Hen- By A. O. WARD, Chairman. I Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned I R. C. NOWLING
'dry County. Florida, upon receipt of Attest: NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX under the provisions of I-. L. SHIRLEY .
proof of publication of this notice, the C. E. WEAVER DEED Chapter 20.953. Laws -Florida., Acts City of Clewiston, County of Hen-

fictitious name, to-wit: Superintendent of Public Instruction, (Senate Bill No. 103) of 1941, will register with the Clerkof dry, Florida October 22. 1941..
Shorty's IJaroer Shop Ex-officio Secretary of the Board. the Circuit Court, In and for Hen- No.' 285-Oct. 24-31, Nov. 7-14.

Under which I am engaged. In busi- Sept. 5, 12,. 19, 26, Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31. dry County; Florida, upon receipt of
the
Florida. That
taess lat Clewlston. f proof of publication of this notice,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thatR.
business Is iI
in said
party Interested: I N. Miller, holder of tax certificates the fictitious name, to-wit: NOTICE OF INTENTION. TO
as follows: NOTICE OF, INTENTION TO Clewiston' Fish Company REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
listed' below, has. filed same In
T. C. MUSGRAVECity REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME I' under which I ani engaged in business,
my office and has made applicationfor I
ot'Clewiston. County a tax deed to be issued thereon. :
dry, Florida October 1. 1941. In said business is ,as follows: Notice Is
:Said certificates'embrace the following hereby given that the undersigned -
TO WHOM:! IT MAY CONCERN -
Oct. 3, 10, 17 24, 31. : I JOE GRIFFIN under
: described property in the County the provisions of
Notice is hereby given that the un-
dersigned, under the provisions of I I of Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit: City of Clewis ton. County of Hen- Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida Acts
Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida Acts Cert. No. 13 of Aug.. ,2. 1926, Beg dry, Florida October 4, .1941. of 1941, will register with the Clerk
NOT1C'OF INTENTION TO of 1941 will register with the Clerk I'NE Cor SE'i-NEU, W 130 ''yd S to 273 Oct. 10-17-24-31.. .of the Circuit Court, in and for Hen-

REGISTER FICTITIOUS .NAME of the Circuit Court, In and for Hen- :river, E along river to pointS of dry County Florida, upon receipt of
dry County, Florida, upon receipt of ,beg, N to beg. Sec 11, Twp 43 S Rge, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO / ;P.rcif.of fictitious Publication of this 'notice, the
28 E.Cert.. name, to-wit:
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: proof of publication of, this notice, REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Gulf
"TO Service Station''
,
I' No. 1 1927 NE
the fictitious name, to-wit: 105 of Aug. %
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned The Toggery Shop.' of NW& Sec 11, Twp 43 S Rge 28 E. under which I am engaged In business -
under the provisions of under which I am engaged In busi- II Cert. No. 28 of Sept. 4, 1933, NW% TO WHOM'' IT l\fA CONCERN: at Clewiston. Florida. That the

:'Chapter 20.953 will register Laws of with Florida the ,Clerk Acts ness at Clewiston; Florida. That the II of NW i Sec '12, Twp -43 S Rge 28 E.: I Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned I party follows interested in 'said business. is as
of 1941, Cert. No. 107- of Aug. 1, 1927, Beg : ,
Court. In and for Henry party interested in said business Is I. -under the provisions of
cf the Circuit 15 rd E of NW Cor Lot 2, E 15'rds, I G. B. THOMAS
follows Chapter 20,953 Laws of
of as : 'I Florida, Acts ,
Florida receipt ;
City of
County upon S to river, W: along river to pt S of of 1941 Clewiston, County of Hen-
of this notice the RUTH B. OWENS I will 'register ,with the Clerkof I -
:proof of publication to-wlt City of Clewiston; County of Hen- J beg N to .beg, Sec. 12, Twp 43 S Rge the Circuit Court,' in and for II No.dry, 282-Oct.Florida October 22, 1 fictitious name, '
Bar. dry, Florida; ,October 1, 1941. 28 E.Cert.. -, dry County Florida, upon 24-31r Nov. 714.
Clewiston 24 No.; 100 of Sept. 2, 1929, Beg proof of Hen-I I
which I am engaged In business Oct. 3. 10, 17, 31. publication of this
under ,]NW Cor Lot 2, E 15 rods S to river, the fictitious name, to-wit: II '
Road 25 at Clewiston. That NOTICE
: 'on interested In said businessis I'W along river to half Sec' line, N to American Restaurant .I R ROlb I ilsOr TO
"tire party I]Beg, Sec 12; 'Twp 43 S Rge 28 E.: under which I am engaged In business i' NAME

-follows PETER: CHAGARISCity NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Cert. No.' 26 of Sept.. 7,. 1931; NE% at Clewiston, Fla.. That. the party In- :,TO WHOM IT MAY '
Clewiston, County of Hen- REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME I of NW% except 1 acre in NE Corner terested. in said business Is as follows:' \ Notice is CONCERN:
hereby
of i given that the un-
Sec 12 28 E.
Twp 43 S Rge .
A. P. 'V'NNCIty
October 1 1941. dersigned, under
Florida. the
iOct.
'dry, provisions of
10 17 24. 31. I: The assessment of the said property of Clewiston.. County of Hen- Chapter 20,953, Laws of
3, TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: under the said certificates issued was dry, Florida, October 4, 1941. Florida, Acts
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned In the Lorena, K. W. of 1941 will register with the Clerkof
-------------------- --- name 'of Royer, 272-Oct.
under the provisions of IA. Skingsley. Harriet C. Pope, H. A. the 'Circuit Court, in and for Hen-
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Chapter 20,953, Laws _of Florida, Acts I Blake Estate, Unknown, A.; H. Sparr. 10112431.'I dry County. Florida; upon receipt, of
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME of 1941, will register with the Clerkof Unless said, certificates shall be redeemed I proof of publication of this notice, the.
the Circuit Court, In and for Hen- according to law; the NOTICE OF INTENTION TO fictitious name, to-wit: -

Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned dry County, Florida, upon receipt of erty described therein will be sold prop-to REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME I Hydraulic Tractor Sales
under the provisions of proof .of publication of this notice, tire highest bidder at the court house under which we are engaged in busi-
Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts the fictitious name, to-wit: door on the. first Monday the monthof TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: ness at Clewis ton, Florida. That the
of 1941, will register with the Clerk Turner's Beauty Shop. November,. 1941, which is the'3rd Notice is hereby given that the undersigned -1 parties interested in ''said business are
under which I am engaged In busi- .under the provisions of as follows:
of the Circuit Court, in and for Hen- day of November, 1941. 1
dry County, Florida, upon receipt of ness at Clewiston, Florida. That the Dated this 1st day of October, 1941. Chapter 20,953, Laws of. Florida, Acts BLITZ WEGMAN:
proof of publication of this notice, party interested in said business is (SEAL). WILLIAM T. HULL. ,fof 1941, will register 'with the Clerkof I I. E. M.. CORNETTE
the fictitious name; to-wit: as follows:' Clerk of Circuit' Court of the Circuit Court, in' and for Hen- I of Clewiston County of Hen-
R03'als.under BLANCHE D. TURNER Hendry County, Florida. dry County, Florida, upon receipt of j I dry Florida, October 22, 1941.
which I am engaged In businessat City. of Clewiston County of Hen- Oct. 3, 10, ,17, 24. proof- .publication of this notice. .., I No. 283-Oct. 24-31., Nov., 114.I' .
Clewiston, Florida That the party dry,' FlorIda October 1, 1941. the fictitious name, to-wit: I JI

Interested in said business, Is as follows Oct. 3, 10, 17,, 24, 31. Nail's Liquor Store 1 NOTICE OF INTENTION
under which we, are' engaged In busi- ; TO
: NOTICE OF INTENTION'
REGISTER
I FICTITIOUS NAME
G. L. ROYAL -, REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME ness at' Clewiston. That the parties
of Clewiston County' of Hen- Interested In said, 'business are as follows '
City ; NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX TO 'WHOM IT, MAY CONCERN: TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN:
I : '
dry Florida, October 1, 1941. DEED Notice is hereby given that the un-
Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31. Senate BUI No. B. E. NALL SR. I dersigned under the provisions of
( 163) Notice .Is hereby given that the undersigned ANNIE II., NALL
: under the provisions of South Clewis ton, Hendry County. I Chapter 20.953, Laws of Florida, Actsof
'NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida Acts 1941, will register' with the Clerk,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that ; Florida, October' 4, 1941.. I .
R. N. Miller holder of Caloosahatchee of 1941, will register' with the ,Clerk 270-oct., 10-17-24-31. of the Circuit, Court, In and for Hen-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,. That Improvement District tax certificates of the Circuit Court, in and for Hen- dry County. Florida, upon"receipt of
dry County Florida, receipt of proof of publication of this notice. the
the 'regular Biennial School District listed below, has filed same in my office upon
Elections will be held on the first ,and has made application for a proof of publication of this notice, NOTICE, OF INTENTION'T0.REGISTER fictitious. name, to-wit:
Tuesday after the first Monday in"I tax deed to be issued thereon. Said the fictitious name, to-wit FICTITIOUS NAME: under Clewiston,which Wrecking Company
November. A. D. 1941, being the 4th I certificates embrace the following Sugarland Service Station and. : at 'Clewiston we are engaged in business
Florida.
,the
day of November, A. D. 1941. Said described property In the County of Cabins TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: parties ,interested in said business That
are
Election is for the purpose of electSifcs Hendry, State of Florida. ., to-wIt: under which I am engaged In busi- Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned II as follows: '
three (3) Trustees 'for' each Special Oert. No. 28 of Sept. 5, 1932. E% ness 'at Clewiston, Florida. ,That the under the provisions of..I -. BLITZVEGMAN

Tax School District in Hendry of W% of SE4 of NW%. and ,E% of party interested. in said business' Is Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts I E. .CORNETTE
County, Florida, and for the further SE'A'of NW% Sec '11, Twp 43 S Rge as follows: of 1941, will _register with the Clerk I I City of Clewiston. County 'oftHen-.
;purpose of either favoring the mill- 28 E. G. ETHERTON ,
of the ,Circuit. Court, in and for dry FloridaOctober '22 1941.
Hen-'I
,age estimated by the Board of Public Cert. No. 55'' of July 7,- 1930, N% of City of Clewiston; County of Hendry dry County, Florida, 'upon I No. '284-Octi .24'.? ;. 17-14.;
Nov.
!
Instruction. setting a different NEB Sec 11, Twp 43 S Rge 28 E. Florida, October 4., .1941. .. proof of'1 publication. this* notice. ; I :
.
'millage. Cert. No.16 of Sept. '4, 1933, 1 acre 275-Oct. 1017431. ; the' fictitious name, -witJ
All qualified ,electors residing, with- In NE Cor "of "NE% of' NW% Sec 12; Johnsons' FishingCamp
in any School District In HendryCounty Twp 43 S Rge; 28 E.- under' which I am engaged in businessat NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT 'OF
Florida, whose voting registration Cert: No.; 17 of Sept. 4, 1933, I4'of NOTICE OF, INTENTION TO Clewiston. That the _party inter- ELECTION OFFICERS TO HOLD
: Is within the particular Special NW% and Beg 853 ft. E of NW ,REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME ested in' said business >s as follows: BIENNIAL SCHOOL DISTRICT.
Tax School District, and who pays Cor of SW% of NW%, S to river E I -' Wm. H. JOHNSON ELECTIONS
'St. tax on either real or personal property along river to pt 698 ft-W to SE Cor TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: City of Clewiston. County of Hen- II I 'NOTICE IS 'HEREBT ,GIVEN, 'That
within said District shall be entitled of Lot '3, N to N Bdry of Lot 3, W Notice is hereby given that the undersigned dry, Florida October '4, 1941. the Board of Public Instruction of
to vote in said election in his 622 ft, N 132 ftV to beg. Sec 12, under the provisions of 271--'Oct. 10-17-24-31. : .
". or her' district.Trustees'must'. Twp 43 S Rge 28 E; EXCEPT parcel 'Chapter 20,953Laws of Florida, Acts .appoint-ed
> be nominated by Petition paid in condemnation proceedings for 'of 1941, 'will. register with the Clerkof each of the Special Tax School Districts -

.;; of five (5) er' more persons right of way. the Circuit,,,Court, in and for. HenX"X"X NOTICE OF INTENTION TO in Hendry County; Florida, to
., REGISTER' FICTITIOUS NAME ,hold the Biennial School District.
.
:; .:.:- -- :Elections on November 4, '1941:

ttr l f. ;. .> ..X...X"X..X"X"X"X' ..X..X..X..X..X"X"X..X..X"X..X..X..XX ...........................................................................................'......................&.......-HP I Il TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: I Felda Special: Tax. School District No..4,
.. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ............. .. Notice is' hereby given that'the undersigned
r "-.N'- X X XMXMX : X X X X XMXM> X"XMX"X XMXMX:0b. X":"XMX"X":"X-X XKKK XK XX' : : : : : : : ." under the provisions of I J. P. Hull, Marvin Perry Inspectors -
1'1/; .;..:. ; 'Hurd L. Reeves Clerk. Polling.
: : Chapter 20.953, Laws'of Florida, Acts '
TIi" .. .... of 1941, will register' with the Clerkof Place i : Boy Scout Building _
.. ::_:'.:. : .. the Circuit Court, ,in and for Hen- I Special Tax School D'.stiict No.5,

;:. ,"r5..._. ... I: ?: dry, County. Florida; upon receipt' of LaBelle Wade: Hampton, W.., O. Manley, Inspectors -
; / .. 'proof I of publication of this notice, the.
".:.;. ; Cyrus L. Couch, Clerk Polling -
fictitious ,_ to-wit: _
:ti. ; :' ," '" ... i. name Place: Old Bank Building,
r. .. :. ENJOY AN '. .:. Beardsley Insurance Agency'
: Special Tax School' District No.6,
:r-- r ) ,. -, .:... under which I am engaged in businessat Denaud .
...;: ,'. .:. "'.'". A A. ,Clewiston. That the, party interested Tom :G. Inspectors
.' ?! .. .... In said business,is follows:' Graham Fred Kirtland, -
". : .. as
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f." .. :- ; Alto Hires. Clerk., ,Polling
1 :... .;.: \; .:. > A$:: J. E. BEARDSI.CYCity 'Place: Duval's Garage.
ALL ELECTRICHOME 'r. ,of. Clewiston. County of Hen- I
Special Tax School District No.7
'*** Florida October ::4, 1941.' ,
dry
: '
:
.
:Clewiston
I -,' : : A J. 272. -Oct.. 10-17-24-31. Mrs: Christine: Doty,. :Mrs.: Frances

; I ; ; t.- A Small< Inspectors;, A. W. Lawrence,
;:; '; ;: ; : NOTICE OF INTENTION 'TO .Clerk. Polling Place: Old Town Hall.

:. ..... ," .'2t. . REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME I COUNTY BOARD OF PUBLIC
.. ... ". ", .-. -- ... .: .. INSTRUCTION OF HENDRY
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t : ::i: : -' .. :" 'J.t: '. : .Jf ;: : ; COUNTY, FLORIDA.
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iF' ." ,".. ..'. ,5- / ) TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN (SEAL) ,
:' j: \ AlP' < ;' ; ? : :' .: :': Notice is hereby given that the undersigned By A. 0., WARD. Chairman.,
.
f :: : ... '' : r ::J:I under the provisions of II ATTEST, : C. E. WEAVER

.... .. Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts County Superintendent ,of Public
: Y of '1941, will register with. the: Clerk Instruction, Ex-officio Secretaryof

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proof of publication of this notice,. the
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f;! 'o home and one that will do everything quickly efficiently :>:*: under which we' are. engaged.in busi-
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: Notice Is hereby given that the un- Dr. F. D. Gudbaur

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i. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1941. n_ .._..._.___.. ._ THE CLEAiSTOX XEWb -_ _.__._ __. h HALL tlt.ri Si
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operation, returned to the Arcadia Splcer, Mrs. G. H. Small, Mrs. O. FT :s.Jf the,-local chapter Is to comVits ,

i General Hospital Monday for fur- With The Churches Schiffli, Mrs: R. N. Smith, Mrs- piet quota by December first,
; ther care and treatment. Mrs. Blanche Turner, Mrs R. W. TurkT'1Irs" .a&' is the=Baal ,of the production

[ Personals ] Downs accompanied him to Arcadia M. E. Von Mach, Mrs. W. P. chairman and committee. Anyone

and .returned later that day.Mrs. COMMUNITY CHURCH Vaughn, Sr., Mrs. W. P. Vaughn, I who will do some sewing or knitting ,
Jr., Mrs. H. ,T. Vaughn, Mrs. A. O. are urged to volunteer their ,
'
,A., R.. Broadfoot and chil- Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Ward, Mrs.' R. C. Wilson, Mrs. services. I

Mr. and Mrs. F. Deane Duff are dren, Barbara; Bobby and Billy, Church Services, 11 a. m. Wallace Arey, Mrs. J. E. Baker,. I Mrs. W.., E.. ,Dilley has been namedas .'

away ,for a short vacation.Mr. left Sunday to reside in Jacksonville Sermon by Dr. Thos. W. Smithof Mrs, 'E. ''H: Holstine, Miss Lucy sponsor' of' the Junior Red 'Cross .

Mr.; Broadfoot, who was in Sarasota.' Humble, Mrs. Hub Spooner, Mrs: chapter; assisting Miss Hannah ':

and' Mrs. Leslie Miller were I charge of'th'e.'U. S. Engineer office The Community Church invitesall Ellis :Walston and Mrs. C. M. York who is in charge of the '

visitors in West Palm Beach Wed- l h ere,. recently: transferred toJacksonville to join its services-Presby- Pirkle. school. This group is beginning :;

nesd ,,)and came down over terian, Methodists, Episcopalians and -- ,-- work in earnest and will be of "

i I y.Mrs. the, ':.week::end. for his family. .. others who do not'find'a church TENNIS MATCHES RAINED OUT ,much, help to the local chapter

Don Carlisle of Canal Point '* :<<.- h .. ',-: pf. their own denomination, here. ., .:
;| visited friends in Clewiston Mon- .. Paul Slonaker, 'accompanied by afriend The tennis matches scheduled for ::;- THEBUZZARDS r LAMENT '

day and Tuesday.Mr. Bill Allen of West Virginia, FIRST, BAPTIST IU tCH Sunday afternoon between' a team A !' ,:< '--. _. 1 i
spent several days here this week -. from West. Palm Beach ,and one 1 .
T"watcheda'buzzard '
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and Mrs. Ray Yoder of Moore with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Rev. H. C. Meador from Clewiston were rained out and"efforts I soaring high :
Sunday visitors in P. Slonaker. Both boys enlisted in Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. are being made to arrange, r, Asthoughhe( _: were competing,
Haven
were
the Navy several weeks ago and Church Services, '11 a. 'm. and the meeting for a, later date. .Those, With the training planes up in the
Clewiston.Mr. .... .,
.. hayecompleted their preliminary 8 p. m. making the trip here from West sky : ; .

and Mrs. Wallace Arey visit training' in' Norfolk, Virginia. Theyare B. Y. P. U., 7:00 p. m. Palm Beach to play in the matches J:.Their'buzzar'd acrobats repeating.; : '

ed Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Zanderin leaving Sunday for the naval were: Charles, Richard, Langford' The soared, the buzzard:. ,J

Okeechobee.Sunday.. base, in Key West. JOINT HOSTESSES AT INN and Bobby Harris, Jack Olaher and i.: .dove. H
Dr. Johnson. '- l
; -*-- CARD PARTY WEDNESDAYMrs. !: .
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Magill and ; Mrs.: : ;L. Whitaker and sou, 'I School .NewsT ', '

,i daughters, Janice and' Harriet, spent Richard: ,'*And Mrs. R. C. Nowlingand : G. B. Thomas and Mrs. 1 BAND. PARENTS TO MEETA : r ,

Sunday with relatives in LaBelle. daughter, Martha Jean, were in Bowden entertained witha Continued from Rage 4) '
,, 7 'in$'**the past week-end to attend Keathley meeting of all parents and pat

Mrs. H. A. Land, Shari Land and the wedding of their sister, Miss bridge and Michigan party at the rons of the Clewiston High School PERSONALS
Clewiston Inn 'Wednesday after-
Edith O'Steen to William George Band will be ''held next Tuesday
,
Mrs. H. C. Avant spent Thursdayin Paul
Slonaker
noon. Bridge was played in two who used to be ,
night at 7:30 in the band at
Haymon of Tampa. Miss O'Steen room '
Arcadia. sections, Mrs. W. C. Owen receiv- a member: of our present Junior .
the
worked )Clewiston in 1935 in the Community Center. Everyone "
ing a set of glasses as first prize, class, is home on a visit
Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer and office of Dr.: O. F. Schiffli,and has interested in the future of this or.'
: P. S.He brought a friend home
Mrs. Carl Johnson, cellophane: place
Mrs. Vance ''Stokes of Miami were. since 1b eri: a nurse in Tampa Municipal ganization is urgently requested to.'with :him. .'
mats as 'second prize in section"A. .. .
be "'
Wednesday. .,. Hospital. Mr. Hayman is present. /
visitors in Clewiston "'
.
Mrs. M. M. Prewitt receiveda --
connected with the Hayman Bros. 'JL1 1
Fostoria relish dish and Mrs. F. ANNOUNCEMENTMrs. .!
Paul Wongrey and Dr. A. M. Jewelry Co.,. 'Of Tampa.KINDERGARTEN I. NAVY DAY PROGRAM :j"
E Conkling a bud vase as second a-- V
Rambo of Okeechobee were, business I'prize in "B" section. Mrs. M. W. Vaughn asked us to announce
visitors in Clewiston Monday. PARTY Bigg; received a crystal basket, 'as ; Circuit Judge C. C. Chillings- that a book she let go out
--, J- worth and Charles Francis Coe will without making a note of it 'is miss- j
.
I ,
I first prize at Michigan, and Mrs.J. :
Mr. and Mrs.. W. E. Dilley spent Mrs: Dilley's kindergarten group E. Baker a set of Fostoria ash ''be the speakers, at a Navy Day pro ing, ,and she doesn't remember who '

Sunday in Sanibel and Captiva Islands enjoyed a kindergarten party for trays as cut prize. gram arranged in Belle Glade Mon-: has it. The title is "Miss 'Pinkerton -.

in, the Gulf near Fort Myers. Howard Smith's fourth birthday day night at eight' o'clock ,at the ," written by Mary_ R. Rine-
The tallies and prize 'wrapp'lngscarried
yesterday. Following the usual school house. hart. If 'you have.It please return ,

Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Bell and Mr. class _routine, ,games were enjoyed. out'an autumn motif.A Judge Chillingsworth has only it. '1Tha'nk.. H

and Mrs.. Sandy ,Bell were in La- The group sang Happy 'Birthday to salad course was served at the recently returned from a leave of 'you.

Belle Sunday. Howard, and'refreshments of graham close of play. The guest list included absence from his judicial duties for Jeanne O'Neill. i

__ I crackers, fruit juice and lollipops I Mrs. D. G. Alston, Mrs. R. active service in the Naval Reserve .

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Nowling were were served to Gene Beery, Paul M. Bishop, Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs.J. Both the men are exceptionally fine ':OFFICE'NEWS :

visitors in West Palm Beach Tues- Bowden,' Bernie Thompson, Jimmy I E. Beardsley, Mrs. A. R. Brink speakers. .. '..

day. Knight, Franklyn Jones, Wayne I Mrs. W. E. Bolton, Mrs. Charles '.' :Mr.. Turk, said that he has sent I

, King, John Perry, ,Sharon Crochet, 'Bolton: Mrs. G. H. Brown, Mrs. C. MISS COLLINS HONORED in a summary of the Clewiston

I I, J. E. Beardsley was a visitor Linda Lee, 'Denny Childress, Alfred H. Berner, Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs.A. ON BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARYMrs. school to the Palm Beach Post.

Tuesday and Wednesday in Gaines- Meador, Howard Smith, Sammy R. 'Broadfoot, Mrs. Edmund M. .--. r I .

ville.J. Griffinand: ,Ronald; Hare. Blake, Mrs. S. L. Crochet, Mrs. E. G. Collins entertained witha SNOOPER
:
; Mr Cornette, Mrs. F. E. Conkling, dinner party 'Monday 'evening,
E. Beardsley was in Miami I PRE-SCHOOL STORY HOUR Mrs. E. W. Durst, Mrs. F. D. Duff, celebrating the twenty-first birthdayof 'q Some Freshman boy (at least it "

Thursday to attend an Everglades HELD ON WEDNESDAYThe I'Mrs. C. L. Downs, Mrs. Foy Dur- her daughter, Miss ,Hortense sounds like a boy) left a note ina r

Drainage District hearing.Mrs. rence, Mrs. W. E. Dilley, Mrs. J. Collins. certain Sophomore girl's civics

W. Ezelle, Mrs. Fred Henriksen, 'book. It read something like the
Blanche Turner left Tues- pre-school story hour group I Mrs. W. C. Hooker, Mrs. H. R. The party was given at the following:, quote -What Fresh-
heard the of Little Red Riding Clewiston Lunch restaurant.The .
day for a two week's vacation. She story Hall, Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. Carl man boy likes a Sophomore girl-
is visiting relatives in High I Springsand Hood and a selection of nursery !Johnson, Mrs. 'H. C. Kolstad, Mrs. guests were Mr. .and Mrs. unquote--wonder if ,she will take
Gideon H. Brown Mr. and Mrs.
afternoon. ,
rhymes, on Wednesday'
Lake City. Josephine Knight, Mrs. R. H. the hint.
Those attending were Diane Mathis, Orris Burkette, Mrs.. Don Carlisle,
Knight, Mrs. W. D. King, Mrs. E.
Agnes Ann Hackett, Ronald Hare, Adolph and Fred Driggers and. Gene ,.
,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cothern and E. Kelly, Mrs.. Otto Larsen, Miss '

daughters, Doris and Janet,:--of-'La--:.!Eddie: Musgrave'and 'Patsy' Powell. Marion Leydig, Mrs. W .H.: Lanier, Goodbread.. .,' FOR SALE-Walnut, dining table, ':,
Mrs. A. L. Hackett conducts the -- -- ---- -
Belle, were visitors for a short Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn, Mrs. W. L. NEWS corner cupboard and server.'Phone
hour each after- RED CROSS
Wednesday
while Sunday.Mrs. story Lott, Mrs. L. C. Miller, ,Mrs. C. W. 61. Itp.
for half-hour beginning at
__ I noon
McSheehan, Mrs. E. C. 'Mills, Mrs.N. Pieces of yarn, any color, are
R. Y. Patterson, Mrs. E. C. 3:30. All children of the community V. S. ''Mumford, Mrs. C. E. wanted 'at the Red Cross room for --,. .- .....-:0-

Mills, Mrs. F. E. Conkling and Bob under school age are Invitedto Miner, Mrs. C. L. Moran, Miss the Junior Red Cross members to

Patterson were visitors in West attend. The group meets in the Catherine Moran, Miss Florence' Mo- knit into squares. Anyone having
library room at the Community Ehney & Foster I
Palm Beach yesterday.E. ran, Mrs. J. G. Niblack, Mrs. W. C. any bits of yarn they wish, to ,i .
Center. ,
Owen, Mrs. Ruth B. Owens, Mrs.R. donate, please leave them at the PAINT CONTRACTORS

M. Cornette, Hendry County I' Mumford-Cas-" Y. Patterson, Mrs. M. M. Pre Red Cross room, Community Cen- Sprayer, For Furniture Painting

member of the Everglades Fire witt, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. W. ter, Monday or Friday. Floor Sanding I

Control Board, attended a meeting W. Perry, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, More workers are needed at the Phone 69 Free Estimates

of the board held in Belle Glade Mrs. E. L. Stewart, Mrs. Leah L. work room on Mondays and Fri-
Thursday.Miss Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas' Van Slyck

Mumford of Clewiston, Florida, announce
'
Mary Markette entertained the engagement of their 1'"i''""""I ""I",.,"' """""it i 1 'nll''''i'''''i'''1111'I ''ni''c'''''''''' ""II """ '
the members of the Community daughter', Miss Eleanor Blake Mum- 11I"1

Church choir at her home Thursday ford, to Mr. Harley Allen Case, of

evening following choir prac- Evanston, Illinois son of Mr. and \ I

,. tice at the church. (Mrs. Harold M. Case of Fort Atkinson I II

\-:. I Wisconsin. I
:
Miss Jewel Marsh of Tallahasseeis Miss Mumford is a graduate of

visiting her parents, Mr. and Smith College, class of 1940. Mr. >

Mrs. A. R. Marsh, for three weeks. Case is a graduate of the Uni- --j CASH BASIS.i : ( :
She is employed in Turner's Beauty versity of Nebraska, 1935. He is :

Shop during Mrs. Turner's absence. /
, Montgom-ery ,,' : .'; i
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I Mrs. C. L. Moran and Miss Ca- cago. .1

therine :Moran drove to West Palm ,".. .. ; .
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Beach Tuesday to meet Miss Flor- SHIRLEY BENKOW CELEBRATES \ .

ence Moran, who returned after' .a NINTH BIRTHDAY MONDAYMrs. BECAUSE OF THE'SHORTAGE IN AUTO

week's stay in .Milledgeville, Ga. MOBILE ACCESSORIES AND PARTS WITH A

Benbow entertained
Mr. and Mrs. R. W.. Turk spent a group Clarence of girls Monday eveningto SUBSEQUENT REDUCTION IN OUR VOLUME OF

the week-end an aunt in and St.uncle Petersburgwith of Mrs. celebrate the ninth birthday of BUSINESS IT MAKES IT IMPERATIVE THAT WE

I i Turk, who motored down from Detroit her, Various daughter!?, games, Shirley.were enjoyed dur- ,OPERATE ON STRICTLY A CASH BASIS AFTER '
for short Florida vacation.
a ing the evening, and refreshmentsof '
-"
birthday cake, jello and lemon-
Dr. and Mrs. Thos. W. Smith of
ade were served.
Sarasota arrived Thursday to spend 1st-11'941
November
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The guests included June Collier, -" i
the week-end in Clewiston. Dr. : II
Betty Smith, Nadine Andrews, Anne
Smith will conduct services at the '
Prewitt, Peggy Powell and Margaret ,
Community Church Sunday morn-
Himrod.CELEBRATES.
ing. WE APPRECIATE TREMENDOUSLY THE... :'

Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bullen and BIRTHDAY WITH ,FINE CREDIT BUSINESS WE HAVE ENJOYED IN ,
i
children have returned from High HALLOWE'EN PARTY THE PAST AND IT IS WITH RELUCTANCE THAT

Springs where they spent the sum-
mer months. Mr. Bullen is em- Howard Smith entertained with a WE ARE FORCED TO DISCONTINUE OUR CREDIT I

ployed in the transportation department : party at the home of his parents, RELATIONS WITH OUR INDIVIDUAL CUSTOMERS I
of the sugar corporation. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith, on the ,
government reservation Thursday "
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,Rev. W. M. Johnson of Lake afternoon in celebration of his J

Alfred and Dr. Carl White, modera- fourth birthday.Ice .

tors of the Presbyterian Church, cream, cake and candies were '
visited friends here Thursday en served, and the children received '
route to their homes from the Hallowe'en favors from a grab bag. Hendry, County Motors 'f-:: :

Presbytery in Miami. The guest list included Walker :

Nall, Jerry Bolton, Jay Carroll .
Mamie Trice, daughter of Mr. and Miner, Sue Cornette, Gene Berry, I

Mrs. H. E. Trice, underwent a Paul Bowden, Bernie Thompson;; (Incorporated) I

tonsillectomy in'Lee Memorial Hos- Jimmy Knight, Franklin Jones, .

pital in Fort Myers Saturday. She Shari Land, Wayne King, John "... t! A ... .
has returned home, and is recovering Perry, Sharon Crochet, Margery ; I
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nicely. Brown, Agnes Ann Hackett, John .' _",,.I"A." ,'!-'- ''If'oII.,, ",; -iil

I Niblack, Linda Lee, Dennis Child- ':':; r-
!, Claude L. Downs, who is recuperating ress, Alfred Meador, Sammy Grif- '
t from illness and a recent fin, Ronald Hare and John Rogers hn\\f lliI I I I I I IIC\HIof I I I "' 'I"IIIIIIII I I '_J''Hr.: >iu




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cy springy stride and erect bearing was IMPROVEDUNIFORM
5M Y
,IlR Rs the Lew Gordon he had known.' INTERNATIONAL:

He drew a last drag from his ciga-
rette, and strapped on the gunbelt I
which he had laid aside. Unhurri- SUNDAY
edly, he three or four times drew Lesson
EN By NLEMAY w. NdJ. Release the iron
E from its leather, to be sure

INSTALLMENT 18 couldn't be sent home just yet. No- that it was running free. Then, witha By Dean HAROLD of The L.Moody LUNDQUIST Bible Institute D. D"
THE STORY SO FAR: body signed that note. But it was purely unconscious motion, he of Chicago.
Washington, D. C., Dusty King and Lew Gordon had built up plain to be, seen from it that some cocked his hat over one eye and (Released.by Western! Newspaper Union.)

AN INSIDE STORY a vast string of ranches. King was killed war party of Ben Thorpe's was hold- went down into the street.
Word trickling back to the diplo- by his powerful and unscrupulous competitor ing her some place. So Lew Gordon He knew -that Lew Gordon had Lesson for October 26
matic corps from Germany indi- Ben Thorpe. Bill Roper, King's adopted -" gone into the Red Dog Saloon, and
cates that Hitler, is beginning to son, was determined to avenge his death "You mean that Lew Gordon is he walked toward it now.
in spite of the opposition of his sweetheart, and Scripture texts .
realize that the United States means Jody Gordon, and her father. Roper conducted going on the warpath himself? Hunt- For a moment Bill Roper, raider, fe Council ted nand bco Religious by International se-
business and that he made tragic ing for ?" night-rider of Education; used by
a a great raid upon Thorpe's vast Jody gunfighter dreaded permission.
mistake in not accepting the adviceof herds in Montana. He was captured by "He's going after it straighterthan name of the Long Trailexperienced -
his' more conservative diplomatswho Leathers and Kane, two of Thorpe's men. that. Everybody knows Ben a twist of the heart, terrible, CIVIC RESPONSIBILITY RE-
warned him of this in the first Leathers' girl, pretty Marquita. loved Roper Thorpe is at Sundance. Lew Gor- unbelievably acute. Then he GARDING BEVERAGE ALCOHOL
place. and made a desperate but vain attempt to don has gone to Sundance to tie into shrugged, and walked into the Red
In fact the inside which save him. Thorpe's men were attackedby Ben Dog Bar. LESSON '
story, Thorpe, and his old gun is TEXT-Deuteronomy 5:32 33;
now can be told,' is one of the most some of Roper's ,cowboys, led by Jody. hammering away at his side." Lew Gordon stood at the bar of 11:26-28 GOLDEN; Isaiah 23:1-6; Habakkuk 2:12.
Her Joy at finding him was short lived, because TEXT-Righteousness exaltetha
tragic of the war. Possibly if it had Marquita a saloon hostess, told her "He figures to fight Thorpe?" the Red Dog Saloon. The hard line nation: but sin is a reproach to any
not been for overweening personal that she, and not Jody, was Roper's "Bill, it sure looks that way to me. of his jaw was blurred by a silver people.-Proverbs 14:34. '
jealousies the war might even have girl. What's strange about that? Thorpe shag of whisker now, and his mustache -
been prevented. has punished away at Lew Gordon was silver, and his hair; but Legal approval of the sale of alco-
What happened was that when CHAPTER XXIII-Continued 'all his life. He's stole his cattle and the clear blue eyes were unbelievably holic beverages has largely taken

Hans Dieckhoff, German ambassador Jody stood up. She felt suddenly killed his trail bosses, and fought young, younger than Bill ,Roper the matter out of the hands of the
to Washington, returned to Berlin tired and numb. him in the market fit to break them had 'ever seen them before. His home and the church and has made

in 1938, he brought back a strong "I still think a world can be made ,hands were folded quietly, one elbow liquor a civic problem. That, of
report that the United States would. where decency can live," 'she said. -- on the bar; and so greatly did course does not provide us with a
enter the war eventually if Germany "Some day, decent things will lives y + this silver-haired man dominate the convenient excuse for evading our

became the aggressor. He on this prairie, whatever happens to space in which he stood that it was t personal responsibility, for the nation
ready to warn that Germany faceda us. But meantime-I guess he be- minutes before Roper realized that 1's made up of 'you and me, of
repetition of 1917-18. But Foreign longs to you." there was a bartender there at all. your home and mine, of your church
Minister Von Ribbentrop would not "So and mine. We must share the nation's -
She held Marquita's stare for a you came, Lew Gordon said.
let him see Hitler.Ribbentrop .
moment, then turned and walked to '. "Of course, Lew. Didn't you know responsibility gladly and ac-
probably the most tively if we are to be worthy of
the door. Opening it, she saw that I would come? our
ambitious man around der Fuehrerand
the first forlorn cold of the "In citizenship. Especially is that true
gray one way, Lew Gordon said,
a great friend of Himmler
of the
Christian
for he the
winter dawn was coming into the "I'm glad you'came. I want to saya sees
wanted to be the funnel for all ad- spiritual and moral implications of
sky east of Montana. couple of things to you, Billy,
vice going to Hitler. Also he was my the matter and he also knows whatto
feeding him his own kind of aggres- The black.hulk of the horse whose boy. I done something wrong, do about, it.
sive advice, not the cooling cautionof neck she had broken lay at her feet. Billy." "You was right and I was
Ambassador Dieckhoff.In She pulled from under it the coat wrong. You fought him; I tried to I. "Righteousness Exalteth a Nation
the same ,cautious school with with which she had blinded it when 4fik tffu smooth things out. I'm glad I've ; but Sin Is a Reproach to Any

the ambassador were Baron Von j she charged the door, and pulled it lived to tell you this: you was right People" (Deut. 5:32-33: ; 11:26-28).

Neurath, recently ousted as gover- on; the bitter cold of the dawn was and I was wrong!" That may sound a bit oldfashionedand

nor of Czechoslovakia because of enough to penetrate-to the bones. "Lew-" Bill began. it may appear that men have

his moderate'yiews; Hjalmar Slowly she uncinched and worked MI should have killed him, Billy," abrogated that principle, but i if we
Schacht, governor of the Reichs- the saddle free, then the bridle. She Lew Gordon said. wait a bit we shall see that it still

bank, now in virtual retirement; staggered a little as she shoulderedthe "Lew! What are you telling.me?" works. '

and Capt. Fritz''Wiedemann, Hitler's saddle, and walked out toward "I know I was wrong," Lew Gor. 1. Righteousness Brings Blessing

former ,commander and more ''recently the corral where other, living ponies don said. Yet, somehow he did not (Deut. 5:32, 33; 11:26, 27). In this
consul general at San Fran- stood, dark humped up shapes seem unhappy. "Always I stood for callous and indifferent generationwe

cisco. Even Field Marshal Goer- against the snow. law, for order-the decent thing, the need to repeat with emphasis the
ing was much more moderate than S r thing that would build this country fact that there is laid down in the

Von Ribbentrop. CHAPTER XXIV into something my kid could live in. very constitution of the universe a

Czech Putsch Delayed.It But-I guess it wasn't meant'to be.I moral distinction between right and
Bill Roper and Bob Stokes-the .r- should have with Right is and
was Captain Wiedemann, who, swung you when wrong. always right
around May, 1938, chiefly persuaded King-Gordon cowboy whom Roper you tied into him in Texas, and wrong is always wrong.
Hitler not to invade Czechoslovakia.He had not known-had finished their again when you tied into,him in the The book of Deuteronomy presentsthe
was then Hitler's military aide makeshift dressing of Old Joe's Bill Roper splashed through the north! But f aim to square it all up fundamental laws of God.' In
and attended a meeting of der wound and were working on Jim creek that runs by Sundance. today!" this fifth chapter there is a reviewof

Fuehrer's inner advisers at which- Leathers. Jim Leathers lay perfectly "You mean-?" said 'Bill Roper."He's many' of these laws and a practical -
still only his seemed alive."How's both, and finally he kills Lew's part-
; eyes for obedience. It
general staff advised caution. Finally and coming to meet me here. appeal ispointed -
still he
ner, keeps on.
Hitler, exasperated, threw up his she feeling? Bill Roper -"Joe Bill "Jo'e- "With how many men?" Roper out that the way of liberty in the
arms and ordered them all out of the asked. Roper said, asked again., walk of life is to turn neither to the
"The Gordon She's all Walk 'Lasham himself is with Ben
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girl right. extreme' the
room. But Wiedemann stayed be- legal bondage nor to
"What does it ''matter? Lew
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hind, and finally persuaded his chief' She went out to look over the horsesor Thorpe poured himself a drink. opposite extreme of human license,
"
to delay '''the march into Cezchoslo- something.,", "Well-I'ain't surprised. II but to "walk in all the ways which
vakia at least until the fall of,1938- "Bob, you better go see, nothing's "But God Almighty, Joe, i if he Outside, on the board walk of Sundance the'Lord your God hath commandedyou.
happened to Jody." walks 'into with those two were sounding the heels of "
which was done. a fight Walking in His ways bringsall
Later, it was Wiedemann and his "I'll go in a'minute, soon as we're all hell'can't sate him! He's as goodas approaching men the blessings of Deuteronomy
"
moderates who persuaded Hitler to through here." dead, the minute he walks in "I can kill him, Bill Roper said, 5:33, a promise which is repeated
receive Chamberlain and Daladierat But Jody came in of her own accord there!" "I can kill him even i if I die." I in.ll:27.

Munich. But by this .time it was before that. She went straight "That," said Old Joe, "is what I Lew Gordon's face changed swift 2. Unrighteousness Brings Judg-
too late for Ambassador Dieckhoffto : to Old Joe. figured you ought to know." ly. Suddenly he was the indomitable ment (Deut. 11:28). Turning 'aside

tell his story.Ribbentrop "Are you terribly uncomfortable, old man whom Bill Roper had from God's ways must bring upon

", never forgave Wiede- Joe?" CHAPTER XXVIt always known. man His curse. It is no light mat-
mann for this. Also his vaunting "I feel great," Joe said with spirit. "Ben Thorpe is for me," Lew Gor- ter to be under God's disapproval.We .

ambition would permit no rival closeto "I been hunting for a vacationfor was very early; the sun was don said, "to'make up for the quiet who know how; much the approval -

Hitler. So, shortly thereafter, he fifteen years, and this is my only just breaking over the winter- years ." or disapproval of frail human be-
got Wiedemann first excuse!" starved morning 'And Bill Roper, looking deep into
transferred to, a dis- prairie, that Sunday ings around us may mean, should
tant and relatively unimportant "I'm sorry, Joe. You'll never as Bill Roper splashed throughthe the young eyes of that ageing man, consider what it means in the life ofa
German consulate in the U.S.A. know how sorry I am. I tangled creek that runs by Sundance, finally said, "Okay." man (or of a nation) to have the
Later when Wiedemann was deported things up pretty badly, I guess." and rode into the little town. And then the door darkened, and : eternal, omnipresent and omnipotent -
from this country, it is signifi- "You done wonderful," Joe told Overhead the sky was such a clear the approaching heels on the board God against him.

... cant that Ribbentrop once again her. "You saved Bill's neck, all crystalline blue as Bill Roper had walk were silent because they had Then what about a people which

transferred him as far as possible right. not seen since he left Texas, and arrived. The man Lew Gordon hac d countenances the manufacture and

from Berlin-this' time to Tientsin, "I'm riding' back to Miles," she underfoot his tired pony was sinking sent for had come the sale of intoxicants, which they
;- China. told Joe. "On the way I'll send fetlock deep in thawed mud. The It was Ben Thorpe who stepped well know bring about wickednessand

'; The foreign minister of Germany help back, and everything you'll mud itself was predicting a spring quickly' through the door, and one vice which can only call for the
wants no moderates around. need. And I'll see that yourre movedin which Roper believed, now he would pace to the left, so that his gun, al- judgment God.II. .
:t.: t s a spring wagon, soon as you feel never ...fee.Without. ready drawn, swept the bar. It was '
Civic Greatness Cannot Be
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; ruv X'llllWU: CAN HAPPEN sign from the rider, Rop- Walk Lasham who followed him
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Built on Sin and Oppression (Isa.
t, Don't be surprised i if a U. S. warship you've done Joe." er's pony drew up before the Palace through the door, stepping one paceto 28:1-6 Hab. 2:12).
r' disembarks a load of Nazi "Hey, look," Bob Stokes began. Hotel and Livery. the right, so that the door was ,;'
.' "You can't be riding off like this in With Yes, that sounds oldfashionedtoo
sailors and turns them over to the some difficulty Bill Roper clear for the three unknown gunfighters -
justice department to be tried on the middle of the night!" roused a sleepy and resentful indi- who tried to enter all at The theory of today seems to be
L charges of "piracy." "It's coming daylight, fast. I'll be vidual. once. that the road to greatness is by way

< It is even possible that in the, all right." "Feed this pony, and feed him "Draw, Ben," Lew Gordon said; of, disregard of God's laws, and by
w. "haul" may be an armed Nazi raider Outside, in the gray light that well." and then all guns spoke at once. the application of the mailed fist of
or two that had been operating seemed colder than the air, Jody Casually Roper strolled along the In, the blast of gunfire that followed cruel conquest. But let us remem-
down Brazil way. Gordon had mounted as Bill Roper corral where stood the loose horses no man could tell what hap- ber that others have tried the same

Anything may happen these event- came to her stirrup. which were being boarded here. 'He pened-but Roper knew that all guns violation of God's law, and let us
ful days since the President enun- "You mustn't go yet," he told her. was chewing a straw as he came seemed to converge upon Lew Gor- recall what happened to them. Did r-
ciated U. S. determination to main- gently. "These boys are fixed as I back to the sleepy man who was don, and frantically he threw the you ever hear of Napoleon-of Alexander

k:, tain freedom of the seas, and comfortable as they can be; there'sno i now shaking down hay. lash of his fire at Thorpe, at Lash- the Great-of the "glory
:., branded Nazi submarines and sur- hurry to get help. You'll be "I see you have a 9B horse therea am, at the unknown men at the door. that was Greece"-and the world
face raiders in American waters as wanting some coffee; and I have to good one." For a moment the guns spoke in a conquering power of ancient Rome?

"pirates." Armed Nazi ships are talk to you, Jody." "Yeah?" smashing roar, and the powder 1. Drunkenness and 'National Decay -
prowling American waters and the "I'm not interested in talking to "I figure' Lew Gordon rode that smoke stung Bill Roper's nostrils; Go Together (Isa. 28:1-6). The
U. S. navy has its orders. you," Jody said without expression. horse in?" and then suddenly there was silence leaders of Israel (Ephraim) lingered
i' It can be revealed that neither "Why, Jody-look here-" "And supposin' he did?" again. long over their wine bowls as they
the justice nor 'war department "I got you into this," Jody said. "Where is he stopping?" Thorpe and Lasham both were spoke with pride of their nation,

r would be surprised if they had some "I got you into,this because I was a "How should I know? This dumpis down as that gunsmoke cleared, and and especially of Samaria, its
"pirate" seamen and "pirate" craft fool. So I had to get you out. That'sall good enough for his horse, but those other strangers in the doorwayhad crown. It was a city beautifully
f' to deal with soon. Both have been over now. I don't want to talk to it ain't good enough for him. He disappeared, except for a boot situated on a hillside surrounded bya
: quietly studying for a week the law you, now, or any time." went to sleep with some friend or heel that dragged almpst out of fertile terraced hillside.

F and precedents concerning such an She whirled her horse sharply, so something, out at the edge of town." sight, and then was still Does not that all have a vaguely
: eventuality.The that its hoofs sent up a scurry of "I'll take a room facing on this Beside the bar of the Red Dog familiar sound? A great nation of
war department enters the dry snow; then she was gone, her street," he said. Saloon Lew Gordon still stood. Perhaps our day which now lies in bondageto
: picture because under the law all retreat covered by the 'cabin as she A little while later Roper sat at it was his bullet in the heartof its neighbor dictator not long ago

} war prisoners_ landed on U. S. soil swung toward the trail. last with his heels caught in the Ben Thorpe-no man would ever spoke with pride of its attainments J .
t t come under custody of the army. For a moment Roper stood look- window sill, resting as he regardedthe know. and its security, while (according "'
i f' However, the U. S. is not at war, ,ing after her. Then he stepped in- empty street. He turned now, slowly, elbow upon to the testimony of its own leaders)
t so there is doubt over the army's S: side."You'll. Bill Roper sat there a long time. the bar, and looked at Bill Roper.I I the use of intoxicants went on apace,
jurisdiction. '". stay here, Bob," he said. Seven o'clock passed, and eight, and "Thanks, son," he said. The hand even in the army.
No final decision has been "I'll saddle and ride after her; I'll nine, while he 'smoked and waited. that held the heavy forty-five sagged
Permanent Power Cannot
2. Be
reached, but the consensus of the see that she gets to Miles." Ten o'clock passed, and ten-thirty. deliberately, then dropped the gun; (Hab.
Built on Oppression 2:12).
legal experts is that any such "Wait a minute, Old Joe said. Then upon the quiet main streetof it made a strange clatter- upon the
''pirates" should "You got to wait a minute! There's Here again history reveals the cor-
be turned over to Sundance appeared a figuretheone unswept boards of the floor. Then
the justice department.One something else you got to know." he had been waiting for. Lew Gordon's knees broke and ho rectness of Scripture. Many a nation -

suggested procedure is that "There's nothing else I need to It, seemed to Bill Roper that Lew went down, and Bill Roper caught i has sought to find its "place in
with
the sun" by building the blood
the Nazis be landed at a U. S. port know. Gordon walked like a younger man him as he fell.
and then jailed by the justice de- "Lew Gordon ain't in Miles!" than Roper had remembered. Bill Thin: and tinny across the squalid of its vanquished enemies. It has
partment aliens "Then where the devil is he? His never worked, and it will fail now
as without pass- Roper knew Lew Gordon by the flashof town, across the thawing prairie, the
it has in the
ports. But most of the legal author- daughter- silver in his short beard, by the church bell was ringing-a make just as past.
ities contend' that "Somebody .Jim Leathers I What about the city, state, or nation -
the Nazis should old hat, curiously like Dusty King's, shift church bell ringing, on Sunday
be dealt with squarely as buccaneers. I guess-sent a note to Lew Gordon which Lew Gordon had never morning, as Lew Gordon died that attempts to promote its
that his daughter was all right but own growth out of the taxes on liquor -
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PAGE TEN THE CLKWISTOX NEWS FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1911Tigers
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Lose Close Fire Department Wins on November 10th. square feet of surface. About a I St., New Orleans, La., or care of
Ten new members were presentat !tablespoonful of bone meal shouldbe this newspaper.

From Riddle MechanicsThe the meeting: Mrs. W. D. King, mixed carefully into the soil
To EvergladesJohn
Game .. Mrs. W. E. Dilley, Mrs. C. Bolton, under, and immediately Trustee Election
,. '.> Mrs. W. G. Mathis, Mrs A. R. ing, each bulb.; Plant surround-I

Betbea, fullback for the Fire Department's recently Brink, Mrs., H. J* Hall, Mrs. G. B. two or three inches deep and four November 4th I
Clewiston Tigers, received a broker organized bowling team got. awayto Thomas, Mrs. F. E. Conkling, Mrs to eight inches apart, depending I
collarbone in the first two minutesof a slow start on Thursday nightof Foy Durrence and Mrs. W. P. upon quantity and effect desired.

play in the game at Evergladeslast last match'to week and Riddle dropped Field their Vaughn Jr. (,Except in very formal plantings, (Hendry County News)
Friday which was the deciding first the me- Other members and their guests use them in groups rather than jn I County Superintendent C. E. !
18-14 loss to the chanics but they picked up strengthon were: Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs straight lines.
Weaver
factor in the of this week to said the Nov. 4 election for
'''team. Tuesday night R. M. Bishop, Mrs. S. L. Crochet, | In dry localities the bulbs may I
Everglades the two out of trustees and to set the millage in
team
defeat same
Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs. C. W. Durst, be left in the ground from one I
touchdowns
Both the Clewiston three games.So Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. A. L. Hac- .season to the next. But in low, i the various school districts! in Hen-,
scored by Billy] Perry. far the Fire is
were Department kett Mrs. O. A. Jones, Mrs. W. H, 'damp sections it is advisable to dry County would proceed as advertised -
The Tiger line-up was:' Perry, the only team organized for the Lanier, Mrs. W. L. Lott, Mrs. P. '!dig them after' the foliagehas I even though no candidates
center; Waldron, (Captain) right bowling league but others are expected '
M. McIntyre, Mrs. C. L. McClendon, died down naturally. They 'should
left end Martinez, to turn in their membership qualified in LaBelle or Felda.
end; Westbury, ; Mrs. C. J, ,Neilson, Mrs. W. C. be dried for a few days after
left half; Burkett, right" half and rosters in the next few days. Owen, Mrs. 'W. W. Perry, Mrs. M, digging and then packed away in 1 Dr. Weaver said voters who go

Bethea, fullback. ., M. Prewitt, Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, rice hulls or dry peat moss for I to the polls, and vote election day

Kiwanis Enjoys Mrs. L. L. Spicer, Mrs. E. L. Stew storage. will be permitted to write the name

Steel Arrives ForAirplane art, Mrs. R. C. Wilson, ,Mrs. E. M, For answers to your questionson I of the person preferred for trusteeon
Cornette and Mrs. C. L. Downs. gardening problems send a, self-
(Continued from page 1) the ballot.Subscription.
Hostesses were Mrs. Cornette, addressed, stamped envelope to
Hangars Beach, DuPree Gardens, Sarasota, 4
Mrs. Downs, Mrs. Doty and Mrs the Service Department, Home
Fort Myers, Miami and McFadden-
Crochet. Gardening Magazine, 610 Bienville $2.00 Per YeartHE1i'OcEtBOoK1
Deauville, Hialeah, Jungle Gardens,
Several cars of structural steel Cocoa Beach, St. Augustine and -...- "'

and galvanized sheeting arrived in Marineland and many others. More Cadets-

Clewiston this week for .construction The film was shown here throughthe (Continued from page 1)) [

of the airplane hangar at Rid- courtesy of Jay W. Moran, vice

dle-McKay, Aero College. Construction president and general manager of The swimming pool, midway be of ;
of the hangar will probably be the United, States Sugar Corpora- tween the two, smaller' south bar KNOWIJEDCE Tsj

started at once. tion. racks is under construction and

It is understood that delivery of should be completed in a few weeks '
the steer was help up for some time Dr. Bourne I SpeakerContinued'from Not other recreational facilities MANX U.S. COMPANIES' IN ANSWER TO 1HE NEED[ ,

and the hangar should have been. have yet been provided but a recre PefENffc EQUIPMENT BKAN MAKING NEW KINP OF PRODUCT JAl1H0U6H1Hey

ready several weeks ago. The /ational director is on hand and is WERE UePONL/TO PEACETIME MANUFACrUR)

hangar will be constructed on the ( page 1) giving the boys instructions In ( JtAR'Jl'XAIMPlE1 -. : 1 1.A.

south end of the building plot. plant growth such as copper, I diamond ball and other such acti.: i; ..... -" .. '

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h: MRS. J. X. BOLTONW. bdenium. The rain last Saturday caused fj.; y1 -,,' '. ': AII11ZlS- PART "j:;

I Taking sugarcane as an exam- little delay in flying but kept the SJ

W. E., Ben Bolton and Charles ple, the speaker 'showed lantern cadets from having Sunday off. The 'fr.- 'i( '.1.. '\\2.; ':'f'( SO'M ERgJitfl't.

Bolton of Clewiston, Louis Bolton' of slides in full color demonstratingthe main field was pretty wet for several 't.:.a :.::: :

Lake Harbor were called to Daw- leaf and stalk symptoms which days and the smaller primary -" rrE
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the critical illness of their mother, nutrient deficiencies of various field at the LaMooreton corn -
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Mrs. J. N. Bolton. She passed away' kinds. Such symptoms are very er. The basic trainers on Wednesday 'H \..1BAJMA 4'TURNING 1t

the following afternoon from an valuable in indicating the need for began using the other auxiliary eR is NOW _

illness which had kept her confinedto soil, correction in order; to give field which has been prepared just 0U1' ASiitR -

her bed for better than four healthy rapid-growing plants. north of ,the highway. CANVAS ARMY ? pY
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months. Plans were. made for an evening ::" S1AMP5 Out

Funeral services were, held in i I bridge and Michigan party by the Tag Buyers- .
Dawson Sunday afternoon at four Library Committee. Proceeds from : : !'RRlS itt.

o'clock and the brothers returned :the party will be used to purchasenew
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Tuesday. Four other sons' survive books for the Clewiston Public
and one daughter. I:Library. ,The party will be held ency, as it will mean the saving ol _
of steel.
.1 several hundred tons

Motor Vehicle Commissioner Drig-

.1 gers has been notified by the Con

servation Division of OPM that

; .! there is a scarcity of steel, in the fig. l\\ ERE

7rr't following language: "It is also '
BA 5 NET FIRM
I hoped that measures will be taker 1 f i THAT5 WEAVING
by the States to provide some means: j }< a REED 'BUMPERS'
lLI ,UR BA7f1f5H/PS/
of a substitute for 1943 tags in
A YIli
asmuch as it is very doubtful that

uH'I steel will" be available for that Ili r

i I Ir i purpose.
L )G 'TOV TRAIN COMPANY
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SOUTHERN GARDENIn -



i. fyY planning the spring garden
you will surely want to include ';: :":":":":':':":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":": :" :":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":": :"::

several successive plantings of bulbous .;-1 ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF +
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bloom :
iris since they are early

i ing bulbs, ideally suited to the :: Our Bowling Alleys ::

South. Their colorful blooms, ".' .

standing erect on strong straight : SATURDAY NIGHT OCTOBER 4TH ::
(fliI ill stems, are beautiful when planted % '.-,
'- against a background of azaleas or Y.- .%
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when used among pansies to give :. 15 cents a line for both duck-pins and ten-pins. A .;-

AIR height to'a low, formal bed. In s; cash prize. for high score in each every; week. ..:..

w a mixed border, combine these iris

CONDITIONEDgomp11. with candytuft and stock, and edge
the bed with wild phlox, either. A AND B BOWLING ALLEYS

lavender or blue, depending upon. y
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your general color scheme. As the .:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.
first iris blossoms fade, snip them .
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off carefully, for in most cases
Service -
Dependable another bloom will appear in a few "M'M'M'M'M'M'M'M'M'M'M'MV"'M'M'M'M'M'. . . . . 'M'M'M'M'M'M'M'M'M'M'MV. . . . ."".0''MM'M'M'. 'M'M'M". "

Low Fares days on the same stem. .

Bulb catalogues offer a wide .. ,. .
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;.' \ selection of varieties which maj' ::.;..... : ';

Travel, via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida be bought separately or mixed :;: "J/ '.... .' :': :::.
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Order a generous supply anc l (_ :
and the ,North. .. : : ,
plant them every two weeks foi I i
NorthboundLv. the next two months in order tc
CANAL POINT . 4.55AM: I 1:25: PM without CLEWISTON GOLF
Ar.TAMPA . 10:10 AM 6:55 PM Costs Less than Driving have enough for cutting ; i I
Ar. LAKELAND . 9:10 AM 5:50 PM spoiling the effect in the garden ,
ORLANDO . 10.50AM 7:45 PM One Round Wedgewood, a fine blue, is probably '<
JACKSONVILLE . 3:15'PM 11:45 PM Way TrIp :;: ::
Ar.TALLAHASSEE . 4:45 PM 12.57AM MIAMI 3.00 the best known of the group: ;
Ar. LAKE CITY . 2:25 PM 1:10 AM $ 1.65 $ satisfactory .
JACKSONVILLE 4.70 8.50 -I but Imperator is just as -" : : :i itOURSE :
Lv. CANAL POINT . 5:20 PM 11:25 PM TAMPA. 2.80 5.05 and should be 'planted wherE<
Ar.JACKSONVILLE . 3:45 AM 9:15 AM LAKELAND '. 2.35 4.25 I a deeper shade of blue is desired "
ORLANDO 2.95 5.35 S. : f-- i"
DIRECT CONNECTIONS AT JACKSONVILLE, TALLAHASSEE TALLAHASSEE 6.25 11.25 For pure white, we suggest WhitE. : v }. : i itX
AND LAKE CITY WITH GREYHOUND LINES LAKE CITY 4.95 8.95 Excelsior; for a real canary yel : ,t? f" ': >fi :.
FOR ALL POINTS NORTH AND WEST. ATLANTA.MACON .. 7.25 8.40 15.15 13.05 low, plant Yellow Queen; and foi -4 .

.. Southbound-Going VALDOSTA 5.80 10.45 a beautiful blending of the las f
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Lv. CANAL POINT . 5:20 PM 11:25 PM BIRMINGHAM 9.90 17.85 two mentioned, Leonardo da 'Vinci' .%. r
Ar. MIAMI . 8:50: ,PM'. ;;.2:30. --AM NEW ORLEANS. 11.65 21.00 with cream standards and yellov y:
CHICAGO. 17.90 32.25
Returning NEW YORK 15.85 28.55 falls, is a good choice. Adriai l y YI
Lv. MIAMI . 10:00 AM of the
.j 2:00 AM Becker is lilac and ,some
Ar. CANAL POINT 1:25 PM ":55 AM be' had Ii
newer hybrids may I

.; DR. H. B.PHONE MILLER, Agent MILLER'S DRUG STORE shaded. For best effects results of' lilac, provide and bronze goo ... [ Open _to the Public =:

3921 CANAL POINT
".. soil treE<
drainage andight\ friable .%. '.. t.
from manure. In preparing. a bee .:. .:- I.
% .
EEc for bulbous iris, the timewonrule ;-

of'spading deeply still holds. .:%. 0- '.', ''-.',." .'"" .f ,'.'..
: Add sand to heavy soil and mi e':' r.1.. .- /s. J.

in a sprinkling of balanced food, :.:;: :. -- ".. :;:
to hundred l \ .. _. .f.
allowing four pounds a % ., .
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.. Green Fees :
Moderate
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COUSECouusclor % ." .:
J. M.

F I and Attorney nt law :!: Exceptional Fairways :::

Hopkin' Building :: Interesting Greens :':

Wednesdays and Saturdays .:. ...

9:30 to 4:00 .

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