The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 18, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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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< :: ,NEW LEVEE WORK FIRST GRADE ..spurNECESSITATED Visitors EntertainedBy I!Record Enrollment As

Kiwanis ClubA

t APPROVED BY U.S. BY New School Term

number of visitors were present -I

ENROLLMENTThe at the Kiwanis meeting held
b. '---------
: I I Wednesday'evening at the Clewis- c) -

I ton Inn for the annual program on Field Team Still I i Turk Makes Splendid

\ largest opening enrollment I! Kiwanis education J. E. Beards-

: A communication from the office in the history of the Clewiston ley, chairman of the committee, on Leads In Bowling Talk To ParentsOn
'. '. of Col. J. S. Bragdon, divisionUnited Kiwanis education, gave a talk
: school, even larger than the maxi-
''i States Engineer, to many '
explaining the aims of the inter
t in
t interested parties in the Lake mum any previousyear 'MondayPrincipal
was increased by some thirty national organization. The Field team of the Sugar I
: ?area Is to the effect that the
'f made of the
Announcement was
pupils the second day of school it Corporation Bowling League, drop-
;: Committee on Rivers and Harbors
was announced Wednesday by election of officers which will take ped one of its three games Tuesday R. W.: Turk made ,a
S' of the House of Representatives
kS Prof. R. W. Turk. place next week. night to the Dolittles but splendid talk to parents and pupilsat
n :has partially approved the recom- -
Porter Thomas, of Riddle.Mc- stayed at the top of the standingsin the opening exercises of the
', mendation for changes in the Lake This enrollment of 355 pupils
Kay Aero College, was accompanist -
the second half of tournamentplay. Clewiston school Monday
morning -
River has already created an acute hous-
: ., / Okeechobee-Caloosahatchee
: ;', ,project and that these approved ing condition in the two buildings, I for the evening and Kiwanis With only two matches yetito when a record first day en-

k'. items include the building, of a Mr. Turk stated, as well as a II III songs were interspersed with sev- play they look like a cinch tol I i rollment of 331 pupils entered
eral instrumental numbers which take the top honors for the final I school. The exercises were brief
Moore I serious shortage of textbooks. The
.: 'Culvert-type spillway at the
\ were greatly enjoyed. half but are being hard pushed I and were opened and closed with
problems being worked out
are al
of ,
;' Haven lock and the surfacing
\ Visitors included L. A. Wolff, I by the Warehouse and Commissary prayer by Rev. H. C. Meador. ,
S- the face and crown of the most of rapidly as I
; Miller W. L.
Charles W. Brantley, teams which are tied for second Professor Turk spent his entire
;:. the levee with soil cement. Because of the large number of H. T. Vaughn, W. .S. Bowden, C. place. summer vacation at the University -

c: The communication, the full text first graders Prof. Turk is writing E. Mills, H. A. Bestor, John N. of Florida
where he
In Thursday
last night 'the
? : of! which follows, calls attention letters to all parents of children in Montgomery Ben Bolton, W. G. I his work toward Master's
Dolittles took two from the Mill I a degree
:.a; to the fact that an appeal to this this grade this week announcingthat Mathis, N. S. V. Mumford, Foy and received
training and instruction
Sugar Blues, the Personnel took 1 I -
finding may be filed within the the grade will be split into Durrance, 'Porter Thomas, M. A.
two from the Electric Department, the changes wrought in the
t-{i' next four weeks. two sections, effective today, In Thomas and Charles Lovvorn. I I Florida school curriculum
the Steammakers took three from by war
order that the teacher be
: The surfacing of the lake sideii. one will
k the Harvesters and the Real Estate conditions.
-and crown of the levee would be able to handle the teaching ef- 1
took two from Mr. Turk explained these changes -
the Centrifugal I II
\;,' :done for the entire length of the ficiently. The children who come 'I
MCLURE Whirlwinds.. to parents and spoke of the
JIM On Friday night the
::: ,levee except the east shore levee in on buses will attend school in BUILDS acute
shortage of teachers
I Dixie Crystals took two from the throughout -
'I', between Bacom Point and Port, the morning from nine to twelve !
L. and C. In other matches Tues- the nation. The local school
>, made and those in town and within walk-
,, Mayacca. Provision is also '
TOKYO MINIATURE. : day night Warehouse took ,two, opened with a full corps of
ing distance of school will in
.. for raising the levee crest elevation go
0. teachers
from the Office Scrubs, the Steam- except that the com-
between Canal Point and Port the afternoon from one to four.
r. makers took' three from the Mill mercial department was unable to
.ilayacca to 36 feet and sections of Prof. Turk points out that this !
rt obtain
, FOR ARMY BOMBING Sugar Blues and the Electric De- a teacher and has been

elevations plan will permit, every child to partment took three fr.om the Gen- dropped from the curriculum un-

, r ;' get the same amount of school eral Office. less a qualified teacher is found

I\" work as under the all-day plan but at once. In addition
The following letter, received a short-
, '
The final half of the tournament
September 12, 1942. f is course In physical education will this week by the Glades County, age of teachers the schools facea
sceduled and
to next week
t' Atlanta, Georgia, I be dispensed with and a short Democrat from J. F. McLure, with ,us the plans are now end being made: to.1 I text book' shortage due to war

:;. It having come to the. notice of .. recess given each morning and the Army Air Corps at Midland, arrange a match with a West: conditions. New material is be-

f' the undersigned that you have expressed each afternoon.The Texas, refers to a news story which Palm Beach team with a picked ing printed to serve the schools
," interest in last period four days a I and is expected to be delivered
f/ ; an the pending was also carried in the News the team of the best tournament play-

.f: proposition for the improvement .of week will be devoted. to physical same week concerning the bomb- ers here representing the Sugar about the first of October:,
education with Prof. Turk conduct-
Caloosahatchee River-Lake Okee- Chief the changes is'
ing of a miniature Tokyo as prac- Corporation. The members of the among
'. chobee Drainage Areas Florida ing the boys' course and the' other the stress ,which is being placed
,. tice for U. S. bombardiers at the local team will probably be pick-I ona
.- you are hereby informed that the I high school teachers having chargeof Texas school. ed from the of physical education program.
;;,. .report thereon, authorized by *' the girls' course. This period Many. people here will remember high scorers last month 'and group a few I II Pupils from the 9th through the

f; resolution of the Committee onc' each Thursday will be devoted to Mr. McLure who worked for sev- I others who have shown up well I' 12th grades are required to take

Rivers and Harbors of' the House visual education for' twenty min- 60 minutes of physical education
;;;, eral years as a U. S. Engineer out in the past month: Olin Waters;;
: of Representatives United States utes. The'remaining' forty minutes I four days week and will be
: of the local sub-office and later Sandy Bell Phil McLeod per
!";,:: adopted January 24, 1939, has will be ,used for home room work operated a branch store of the Kolstad Dick E. H. Hol-" given one-half credit for this
Wylie, !
f': been made, and it is partially, two days a month and for 'club Western Auto Supply here. He i stine, A.' C. Carlton. course. Instead of the customary

, favorable to the improvement, in work on the other two. was in charge of construction at I recess all of the grades will ,be

'i'0 that: ,the. ,:Division .Engineer recoramends" -, The schedule -for high! :"-.."'. *school,,' :; -.. thex 'Sebring-: ( >Base"-before: getting the With alleys. ::the are beginning, not opening,of in school,the gh'ena period of '-supervised 'exer-
r: the"provlsfoii ota culvert teachersag'T611ows't" his co'mmission and' entering cise and play. The new state regu-

r c type spillway in connection ,with Prof. Turk-sociology/ and eco- the Air Corps. He has been sta- afternoon of school days until ;3:30 lations also require that all pupils

,.- the Moore Haven lock, raising the nomics for eleventh' and. twelfth tioned ,at the Midland field for but will b$ open at two o'clock. 1 II be given a physical e examination

I 't.. .'.'..- section of the east shore levee be- grades. several, months.A on Saturdays and Sundays. They and Mr. Turk urged all parents
will close at 7:30
tween Canal Point and the entrance Mrs. Mary Baker English 8, splendid picture 'o'f,, the lay- on Sundays. who were able to pay for such ex-
this month to date
.: to the St. Lucie Canal to English 7, Study Hall," History 8, out was enclosed with the letteras High scorers amination to take their school-age
, 36-foot crest elevation, raising History 7. well as a diagram of the "City" on Page 8) children to a physician and have

. ; critical sections of 'the north shore Miss' Hannah York- -Home Eco- and it, is regretted that cuts could the examination made. Arrange-

levee to crest elevations of ,38 and {Continued on Page, 8)) not be made and the pictures ,reproduced Rent of P.. O. Boxes ments will be made later for those

'k 36 feet, and paving the lakewari in this issue. unable to' pay for this examination.
. '.',., face and. -crown of all levees, except Red Cross Workers, The readers will wish Jim lots :i Raises On Oct.' 1st. Professor' Turk introduced the

( the east shore section front: of luck at the training field and i I II teachers of each grade and the
Bacom Point to the St. Lucie will' hope, that shortly the bombing audience, parents and pupils alike
Make 1100 I I I Rent of Post Office boxes in '
I :; Canal, with a soil-cement or ,equal]I ;SpongesChairman of Tokyo will not be of a I gave them an enthusiastic ap
Clewiston have been raised because
/ '. paving. He recommends no other ature city but of the real mini-I plause.
: of the advanced rating of. thePost
: change at this time in the adopted
Mrs. John N. Montgomery is'
and instructors of the -
I Office and the new chargesgo .
: Federal ,project, since he'considers Red Cross Surgical Dressing Room Midland Army Flying School into effect October 1st. I teacher of the first grade; Mrs.

that all other improvements fI- Midland, Texas Jerry Fugate second grade; Mrs.
are highly pleased with the response I Box rents are payable in advance
'. (Continued oa Page 8) during the past week. September 8, 1142. 'and the rent for the quarter beginning Roger Weeks, third grade; Mrs.E. .

Monday a group of workers, total- Mr. Carr Settle, Editor October 1st will be received : H. Holstine, fourth grade; :Mrs.

r" Parent-Teachers to ing thirty, some of whom workedin Glades County Democrat September 20th-October Hub Spooner, fifth grade; Mrs.E. .

; 'the afternoon and some in the :Moore: Haven, Florida,- 1st. H. Walston, sixth grade; In

:: Hold First Meeting evening, made 1100 sponges. Al- Dear Carr: The 45 cent charge has been the Junior and Senior High school

ready inspected, bagged. and packed Imagine my surprise in looking raised to 60 cents. the teachers are Mrs. J. E. Baker,

ready to go are 4,000, while over the September 5th issue of The 60 cent charge has begin 1 Miss Hannah York, Mrs. G. B.

The first meeting- the Parent- another 700 is ready for inspec your paper to find an article on raised to Thomas, Miss Mary Neeley, Mrs.C. .

;: i. Teacher Association will brheld tion and Bombardier Training at the Mid- ,75 cents. J. Bjornsen and Dan K. Pad-
I The 75 cent charge has been
next Tuesday afternoon at 4:15 land Army Flying School at whichI
I : "' The room in the City;Hall Building raised to $1,00.Postmaster gett.The
in the school auditorium. This will am stationed. The references enrollment this year will
is open Monday, Tuesday and
be an important meeting, accord made to the small scale model of A. W Sias explains I undoubtedly far surpass that of
Friday from 1:30 to 5
and from
ing to Mrs. E. C. Mills, president.The 7:30 to 9:30. Tokyo that was built here is rightup that due to increased. volume of any previous year. The number
Every possible
executive committee has, sev- worker is needed to ;learn this my alley as I am the one that business the rating of the Post enrolled on the first day was larger -

eral important items to present to built this model of Tokyo and it Office in the, second-class grori'phas than any former year and the
i :,,: the membership and a full attendance and to help get 'the present was a hard two weeks work to been raised, and the increased enrollment is always increased
quota completed. As the
need for fees charged for boxes is that re
is desired. build. The bombing of this Tokyowas I when the sugar harvest season
sponges increases quotas will be
Among the matters which will contribution to the cele- quired by the government department
I our opens a few weeks after. school
raised, and it is hoped that
every- of offices this rating.
be brought up for discussion are bration of July 4th and what a in I opening.The .
one helps with this ; importantwork.
i provision of milk for school child- bombing It was. Two raids were total first day enrollmentof

( ren; whether or not to have the made on Tokyo, one in' the early CLAYTON WATERS REOPENS 331 pupils ,is divided as follows

: customary ,Hallowe'en carnival or afternoon that practically demolished STANDARD SERVICE STATION :

; to change the celebration; the as- FOURTEEN NEGHOESARE: it, and another at 10 o'clock at First .............. 42

sistance in providing films for the REJECTED AT BLANDINGOf night that finished up the job In I Clayton Waters wno for several Second ............ 29

educational program at school. good style. We built Tokyo about(I years has driven a tank truck for Third .............. 35

the group of eighteen colored seventeen miles out on the prairie ,the Gulf Oil Corporation, this week Fourth ............. 26

No Rush Yet to draftees sent to Camp Blandingfor from the school and announced( took over the management of the Fifth .............. 37

( : induction into the army by the that as many of the public as(I Standard Service Station which has Sixth ........_..... 31

I'D Buy Drivers' Licenses Hendry County' Selective Service could get there could see it and I been closed for several weeks. Seventh .......... 35
board last week Mr. Waters expected to
D fourteen were rejected there must have been 5000 cars had Eighth ...._....... 39 *

twelve of them' for illiter that turned out for it. Lots were spend most 'of this week cleaningthe Ninth ............... 22

I Motorists are again remindedof acy. Four were accepted.Of disappointed as they couldn't get station in preparation for a Tenth ......._.... 16

the fast-approaching deadlinefor the group called at least two (Continued on page 8) later opening but instead openedfor Eleventh ........ 12

obtaining, a 1943 driver's were delinquent and these have business the first of the week Twelfth ............ ,7
not been heard : He promises courteous,
yet from. There
< license without taking the driv-
were also four transfers and Thurs. HalfHolidaysEnd for cars and will handle '
ers examination. According to FIVE LOCAL MEN ARE: ,
Standard gasoline and' oils. A
has not been learned whether or IN SEA-BEES
State Highway Patrolman R. E. ENLISTED
Next Thursday twelve-hour service tires will
not these :
were accepted
., Hamrick there will be no exten-
be given and he asks that friends
sion of time on this ruling. I The four negroes accepted were Jimmy Weaver, Paul Hite, Curtis -

Until October first motorists:! Lucas B. Byrd, Mark George, John Store-keepers and clerks should bring in their certificates when Golden, John Taylor and J. W.
granted tires by the rationing
West and Robert Leggett.., The
have only to make application, enjoy themselves next Thursdayfor I Grantham enlisted in the Sea-
present his present driver's license others, most of them from Clewis- board. Bees, construction section of the
!,ii.... the afternoon will be the last .
'' to Miss Margaret VonMach at Hub ton,. have returned to their jobs half-holiday closing until next BUYS PLANE U. S. Navy at Miami last Thurs-

Chevrolet Company, and pay the here. summer.As I day and returned to their homes

driver's license fee to receive a new is customary with business I R. M. Bishop, Jr., this week here to await their call to service.All .
\ license. ENLIST IN SERVICEChailes of the five passed their
establishments through the nation I purchased a forty-horsepower Piper

I O Although licenses have been on I I Clewiston stores observe a half- Cub airplane which he expects' to 'physical examinations and were

, sale for the past few weeks, motor Floyd Mountain .and holiday each Thursday during the use as soon as he has cleared up sworn in at the U. S. Navy recruiting -

ists have been slow to purchaseI' I John Rufus Varnadoe have en- summer months. October 1st minor details for his student pilot station. Their call will

them and the office Is anticipat, listed in the: U. S. Army and are ushers in the fall season of busi- license. The plane is being keptat come in from ten to thirty days

I'\1 .I.., ing a rush just prior to the'I now stationed at I Cmap ,Blanding ness and stores and business places Belle Glade which has a licen- and they will be sent to Norfolk,

October 1st deadline. awaiting assignment. remain Den full hours. sed CAA airport Va. for training.I ,


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a figure of, speech, "dogs of war" has a real meaning, SUNDAY LessonBy

for Uncle Sam is drafting a K-9 corps for war duty. The army
OR W EA ON has called for two hundred dogs to be trained as the nucleusof Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago.
(Released by Western Newspaper Union.)
a much larger corps, which will be used to guard: food GREEN m

depots and :other war establishments, accompanied, of By VIRGINIA VALE
Washington, D. C. course, by the usual human sentries. Lesson for September 20 Released by Western Newspaper Union. t

'INSIDE' ON ALEUTIANSThe Why a dog ask if there is since she chalked
be told you may already a sentry on Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected EVER up '

'of why inside the Japs story were can able now to land the job?JVell, a saboteur, for instance, might easily succeedin Council and of Religious copyrighted Education by International; used by amazing success in w

in the Aleutian islands and bomb the hiding' himself from the human sentry in an isolated spot. permission. "Mrs! Miniver" Greer Garson

U. S. naval base at Dutch Harbor But h ''woul l have a more difficult time fooling the keen JUDAH: AN EXAMPLE OF ,has been pursued by producerswho

with 'so little opposition. As with sense of smell possessed by a dog. SELFSACRIFICELESSON want her to do a play on

most things in this war, the problem and Dogs for Defense, Inc., is the organization recruiting dogs Broadway this fall. She's read a
back to lack of ,foresight,
also goes, to some extent, lack of army- for Uncle Sam., Rigid requirements are laid down for canine GOLDEN TEXT TEXT-Hereby Genesis 44:18-34.perceive we the dozen scripts and turned them

navy cooperation.Not candidates for the corps. Such dogs as Dalmatians, Dober-, love of God, because he laid down his life down. Now she's been asked to
for us: and we ought to lay down our lives
generally known is the fact manns, Afghans, and German or Belgian shepherds are the for the brethren. John 3:16. do one called"Queen Elizabeth";

that the navy "in September, 1941, ideal types. the, asker is Margaret Webster,

some two months before Pearl Har- These photos show you the training of the first few dogsto The family is still the fundamentalunit director daughter of Dame May
bor, refused to let the army buildan Whitty she directed
of ; Miss
society, and therefore of Garson in
air base on Umnak island to be drafted for service in this war. Photos'were made in her last
0 London
more importance. than the church, stage hit, "Old Mu- +..
guard the navy's Dutch Harbor New Jersey where soldiers sic." If "Random "
the state, or the social order ofwhich Harvest, which
base. from Fort Hancock.gave them it is a vital part. Every force the red-haired actress is 'making

What happened was that Senator their first taste of life. which encourages the breakdown of with Ronald Colman, is done in
Brewster of Maine, a member of o army time
: the sacred relationships of the home may consent.
the Truman committee and of the
and family is set for the destructionof ,
naval affairs committee, flew to In other countries dogs have \,
society itself.
Alaska last September with ''Brig. {. Frances Gifford, the new "Mrs.
Gen. Arthur Wilson to ascertain been used in war for years. Men have too often chosen to go Tarzan," really owes her new as-

whether Alaska needed further for- ua4 Russia has an army of 50,000 the way of the flesh, and therefore signment to the impersonation of

tifications. At Kodiak they met dogs; Germany is believed to they have disregarded God's plan Dorothy Lamour that she gave in t:

Brig. Gen. Simon Bolivar Buckner, have a canine numbering and purpose. But marriage is justas the recently released "Henry Ald-
commander forces corps sacred in His sight the rich Gets Glamour.
of the army's as ever ; William Thiele,
whose father, a famous Civil war 100,000; France used to have a home is to be kept for Him; and

commander, once helped to pay big dog army, employing dogs brotherly love still finds a high place R."''''.L'>!
Ulysses S. 'Grant's way home from .s even for hauling light guns. among the virtues of real men.

West Point and later surrendered to i Today's lesson is a continuation of
At left, "Hans" learns to look
Grant in Tennessee. the story'of Joseph's life. As we
where the he misses 9 ft tbrs'
General Buckner wanted to go on finger points. If study it we must bear in mind Jos-

from Kodiak to, Dutch Harbor with anything with his eyes his nose will eph's dealings with his brethren,

Senator Brewster, and although the | pick it up. I who as yet did not recognize himas l

navy was willing to supply an am- .:' :.:"... : the one they had sold into cap- 4, ,l }

phibian plane to the senator, they : : tivity. He was bringing them kind-
balked at having General Bucknergo o'i'r : : ly but definitely to the point of real

along, referred to him as a rII repentance.To .
"hitch-hiker." do so he had brought disaster

Finally, however the party, including upon them. Being happily on their

General Buckner, ,went on way homeward with a anew supply,
to Dutch Harbor and located an ex- of food, they were overtaken and /;

cellent site for a flying field on Um- ,I[ proved to be thieves, and Benja-

nak island. Immediately upon their min, the beloved of their father Jacob -

return, Senator Brewster arrangedfor stood condemned by their own
a senate appropriation to buildan words to death.In .
;u2 4s :... ;7 f
air base at Umnak, while' the that' crisis. the mouths of the I

war department prepared to pro. others seemed closed, but Judah, FRANCES GIFFORD ,
ceed. who had really saved Joseph's life'
Navy Says No. who directed "The Jungle Princess -
(Gen. 37:26, 27) and who had apparently "
The war department also notifiedthe come to himself as a man the. first Lamour triumph,

navy of its move, since the armyis < r, : of essential goodness, pleaded for and is "also directing "Tarzan Tri-
charged with protecting the shore ;tiff Benjamin's life. That plea presented umphs, caught the' picture at a .
establishments of the A few neighborhood theater, and asked to
navy. a truly sacrificial brotherly love,
have Miss Gifford tested for the
weeks later, however, word came as he manifestedI.
back from the navy that it did not role.
Courage (v. 18).
want the army' to build an air baseon

Umnak island to protect Dutch Easy iI' sts the yoke 'of family life., _Clark _Gable certainly made his () 't,
Harbor. as long a"s all is joyful j and prosperous. departure from movie-making'in a

When senators asked Vice Admiral But when adversity strikes, blaze of glory. His latest, "Some-

Frederick J. Horne why, he replied: when sorrow comes, or sickness, or where I'll Find You," which he did

"The navy can protect Dutch Har- sin, then the true test of devotionis with Lana Turner, bias outgrossedevery
bor." at hand. one of the M-G-M pictures he

This was in late September. Two It was a brave and manly thing has appeared in over the past seven

months later, after Pearl Harbor, for Judah to stand before the one years, with the exception of "Boom

r the navy frantically demanded an whom he knew, only as the man Town," and that doesn't count be- ;

air base to protect Dutch Harbor, who was "even as Pharaoh." The cause it played at advanced admission

but it had to be started during the circumstances were' all against him. prices. L

snow and ice of an Alaskan winter. He expected the flaming anger of :
Therefore the date of .tyyr..::::! offended
completionwas the ruler. His brethren
Jean Arthur spent most of a day
July, 1942.Probably f had collapsed l'in despair., It was one
ON PARADE The dogs are autographing 500 of her own photo-
the Japs knew this date.J exercised of those dark hours which come to graphs with kisses not long ago. It
They have had fishing vessels cruis: and walked many times every family when someone must was just after she returned from a

ing through the Aleutians off and over the "beat" they are expected to r demonstrate true love by being tour of army camps, following completion

on for some time. At any rate it patrol, as shown in the picture above. strong-hearted and steady. of "The Talk of the Town."

was the first week in June, one They learn that men in uniform II.' Intelligence (vv. 19-29). Whenever she met a boy from New *
month before
the Umnak air base have be Crises call for more than a cheer- York city, where she was born, she
was finished, that the Japs struck. a right to on this "beat but
promised to send him a photograph
ful smile
or an encouraging word,
And when they bombed Dutch 'others have not. So when on night much as they may mean in such an autographed with a kiss. She used

Harbor, the navy's flying patrol I duty the dogs are right on their toes hour. We must be prepared by our two lipsticks before she'd finished.

boats there were helpless. Heavy for unauthorized prowlers. "..: close contact with our loved ones to ---M'
and slow 4'
they lacked protection speak and act with vigor and
from the army's fast pursuit planes, as 'Ever hear of processed, parch
surance. ment? Loretta encountered
so ,speedy Zero
fighters made '
mincemeat of them. Right: An Afghan and a German Judah's plea is a masterpiece of it the other day; found she'd been
argumentation and appeal, demon- it in fact in her pic-
Lack of shepherd are learning to stand fast wearing new (
a nearby army air base strating that he was not only well- cure, "The Frightened Stiff." It's anew
from which i under fire here. The soldiers I
fighters and bombers
informed about his family and its substitute material, and was *
could protect the rest of the Aleutians 4! with their pistols while the
way problems, but ready to use his :used in an evening gown.
undoubtedly contributed also j dogs are kept in leash. knowledge skillfully and effectively.
to the
ease with which the Japs took
III. Self-Denial ( 30-33).
Kiska harbor and the western Aleu- vv. So far as is known, Veronica Lake
tians. One step deeper goes the devotionof received the first request from an

4PERSISTENT* this man to his father and his Imprisoned American in Japan fora

..., brother. He had done no that
LEON 1. g9..urL+erw+N 'Cpl.A'lZ7A retr.Wn7/yw gJSy/., 'M !.. ;.yw/v yyl. wrong photograph. It came from ma-
The army doesn't seem to think 4'?i merited punishment, but evidentlyhis rines taken prisoner at Wake island,

that hard-hitting Leon Henderson, .. brother Benjamin had been and was forwarded by the International -
A\:: guilty. Had he been of the spirit of
price-fixing boss of the OPA, is 'b Red Cross.
I Cain he would have said "Am I c.t
lethargic about wanting to put price \
ceilings on tanks my brother's keeper?" and let him I
guns, and A few months ago Ruth Hussey's
other army material for which it answer for himself. Why should Judah -
bridegroom, Longenecker,
is suffer for another? Why shouldhe
now paying top prices.In _ySC /
of the
picture ac
saw a
allow himself to be imprisoned in
a knock-down, drag-out session q tress. He clipped it and wrote un-
,a strange' land to save his father
in the office of mild-mannered Un- der it, "Here's the girl I'd like to
from sorrow, and his brother from
dersecretary of War Patterson, Hen- Xl marry." Not long ago he ,could' add
what seemed to be the just reward?
derson banged on, the table, told "Here's the girl I did marry J"! The
Thus reasons the man of the
Patterson the army was paying too photographer who took the original
world but such is not the languageof
much that he ,
the power photograph, Eric Carpenter, also to put price ceilings on the true brother, who says, "Let
army sup- photographed the young couple'swedding
plies. thy servant abide instead of the lad !

"I'm going to keep after you on as a bondman."'

this till I get it," Henderson stormed. IV. Love (v. 34). Nelson Eddy .and Announcer Bob

"When I was younger and I was Love for father and brother un- Garred were so busy trying to out-

courting a girl, I kept after her until derlies all of the courage, convictionand wit each other with amateur magica

I got her. And that's what's going self-sacrifice of a man like" Ju while ago that the "on the air" ..

to happen now." dah. In his younger years, and signal for their radio show almost

':u dl. ': possibly under the influence of his caught them off base. Nadine Con-

CAPITAL CHAFF brothers, he had failed in that respect nor looks upon their efforts with

C Frank Grillo, president of the but now his real devotion, to suspicion; she has sworn that the

United Rubber Workers, is one man his brother was evident. minute the pair shows an interestin

who doesn't believe that labor lead- That 'affection was a real, powerful the "sawing a woman in half", r"'t.

ers at home are more necessary 'y't.; r,. /4.'.L.S rJRr/5, } f y kY f/ n>w'%.,t;,;rfroc; a'rl: .: and beautiful thing, and, yet Jt stunt she'll leave Eddy without a '
than fighters at the front. He has t;' i9 is but a faint prefiguring of the affection partner. _

resigned from the Rubber Workersand of the One who "sticketh

asked for his old job back i in closer than a brother," who "thoughhe Kay Harris, feminine lead in Co. !

the army-not a cellophane commis- was rich, yet for your sakes he lumbia's western feature, "The ;J)
sion (you can see through it but it ROOKIE SQUAD A captain and three military policemen are became poor that ye through his Fighting Buckaroo," was starred in I

protects from the draft). He wants 'shown with four canine recruits. The dog second from the right is unfamiliar poverty might be rich" (Prov. 18: the first picture in which she ap j

to be a sergeant. I to most Americans. It is an Afghan, a real aristocrat of dogdom. 24; II Cor. 8:9): peared. It was "Tillie, the Toiler." i



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CHURCH us friends i
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THE STORY SO FAR: Jeff Curtis and were busy with his pipe. Lee equipment is completed? It will bea IW that
I: his wile, Lee, are already on their way dropped into the hammock beside lot of money to have tied up." IYNU Service noticed

to TIerra Libre when he receives a note I1im.ClWhat's. "There's more work'here' for such my r'riendsSometimes
We Must
'II from Zora Mitchell warning them not tot strange about it?" he returned machines than you think. You're Plunge: bring me

I 1 come. They arrive to find both Zora at last. But he didn't lift his going to install overhead irrigation Our leaders have told us that as .
V and her husband dead. Although he Investigated to hers.ClThere's always a lot when the more important work is yet we are only ankle-deep in the too.:

I i him before the accepting fruit company a Job as that chief hired engineer of eyes drinking and ,sometimes sudden out of the way. You plan to pump war. No nation and no man can JS1cCA'! c---

i Jeff is already suspicious of the deaths among construction workersin from the rivers, but I can show youa remain ankle-deep. They either \ J

.... company and of his employer, Senor a place like this. You know that. better way." plunge or get cold feet. This means .) )
Mc- Curt strode to the huge photo- that the ''sacrifice of civilians must b
Montaya. Conversations with Jerry It was so in the earlier days of As- K..., ..
: Innis, who works for a rival company, sociated across the river." graphic map and picked up the match the bravery of our fighting
and with Bill Henderson and Slats Mona- pointer.In forces.A 0 1 .
He reached for her hand, pulled 3
I han reveal that there is something goingon the end Montaya agreed, and nation lives by the higher val-
' closer to
1 and that Mitchell and Zora were her by phone, then and there, ordered ues of its soul. Not by the lower
, killed because they knew too much. Now "But" There was a catch in her
'the necessary radiogram sent to his prices on its store counters. In 1942,
II I Montaya has Just called Jeff to tell him voice. "Oh, darling, darling, be WNU Service.
New Orleans office. Other business sugar is a luxury and gasoline a
I that Henderson, too, has met with an
I "accident" and Is dead. A hasty Inquest careful, be so very careful. If any-" followed, disposed of item by item. comfort. But liberty and freedomare

) is being conducted. thing should happen to you Montaya glanced at his wrist. still American necessities. A

NOW CONTINUE WITH THE STORY There was a Catholic church at "There are two men you have not cuff on your American trousers isn't NO ASPIRIN FASTERthan

San Alejo, and a small nondenomi- yet met. Knowing you" would be worth a Japanese cuff on your genuine, pure St. Joseph Aspirin.

national chapel; between them a free at this hour I asked them here. ,American jaw World's largest seller at lOt. None safer
CHAPTER VIII burial ground. It was here Mitchelland none surer. Demand St. Joseph Aspirin.
time notto
Sunday seemed a good Our problem at home is not our
his wife now lay side by side: interfere with the routine of any- standard of living. Too many brave
Also present were a lieutenant and Service was said over Bill Hender- "
one. Americans have already set us a
uniformed aid from the Tempujo son's body early Sunday morning, How to stump your friends: Ask
He the door to the outer
opened heroic standard by dying. them
what is
comandancia. During' the entire and he was lowered into the ground first bugle call
office, nodded to someone outside, The Marines who land on Pacific of the in
day the Army. It's ten
said nothing aloud only high.
scene they before the sun was in'this
held the door beaches deeper'than
open. are war to one they'll "Reveille."
: whispered: to each other as they Lee close to Curt during say
clung in
In marched two young men their ankles. And the skies above They'll be 'It's "First
.11' made notes. Extraordinarily respectful these last rites, and Curt could freshly starched whites, punctiliousand the channel cannot be protected by Call." Most of yrong.friends know
Of the your
these two
feel her trembling. She dabbed at
stiff of manner. They couldbe price ceilings. The men of Bataan though, that the cigarette that
presence of death, or Senor Mon- her eyes and turned homeward 'as only the Swedes whom Curt had divided their food, not profits. And gets first call with is
? Curt of them only Army men
taya was aware \vhere
his office
Curt went on times.
heard mentioned so many there was no night-shift to relieve the Camel. And Camel is the favorite
subconsciously. He stared down at Montaya was to join him for their Both were tall, both dark blond, with defenders of Wake.It with men in all branches of theservice

Bill Henderson. A severe blow on first major discussion of the en- fair skin and blue eyes, both wideof will cost most of our wealth to
the back of the head Dr. Berry had Navy, Marines, Coast
had taken
gineering work Curt over.
said. shoulder and hard as nails. win this war. But all our riches to Guard, too. (Based on actual sales

While waiting for the Spaniard, There the resemblance ceased. lose it. We must give most of our records from service men's

An idea! Reaching out, Curt rolled Curt pawed. over in his mind this One was round of face, with full privileges or1 lose all of our rights. stores.) And a carton of Camels is
back one eyelid of the unconscious
lips that held a curious quirk in the Captain Colin Kelly made his choice. their favorite
gift. Local dealersare
man, then the other. Both eyes were
, L- corners. He had wavy hair. Not He went into this war not up to his
I .. clear. One pupil was contracted, featuring Camel cartons for
too strong a countenance, this. ankes, but up to his heart. Becausehe service
men now.-Adv.
the other dilated; that.was the con-
I The other's face was square, with knew what it meant to buy peaceon
cussion. But the whites were clear!
thin, straight lips, frosty eyes, and his knees.
Curt his He lifted
compressed lips.
stiff cropped hair. There was an
the square ,of gauze that hid the.
old scar on his left cheek. CJl O
Notes New Yorker
"'. mangled chest. The stain of the of a :
"Mr. Curtis, this is Mr. Ryden, KINRaw
;: tinia versicolor was there, but it who smooths out our transportation John Mason Brown, the dramatic

wasn't red. It was'scarcely copper problems." Square-face bowed stiff- critic, who went under the surgeon's ,smarting surface relieved amazingly :

pink.When ly. "And Mr. Lannestock, our Chief blade to put himself in condition fora by the soothing medication ofRESINOL

Henderson was drunk this e Pilot." The other followed suit. Nei- naval commission, will prove to

area of his skin became fiery, his t ther smiled. be worthy of the navy The

eyes bloodshot. But he'd just lost a i Curt extended a hand but felt no navy need have no fears about' his

t, great deal of blood.' How much warmth in their Palpa- presence of mind, either Once
: would that affect the skin? And if
when Brown was delivering a lecture -
ill at and Curt
\ bly, they were ease,
he'd drunk only a few minutes before -
in New Orleans-he strolled
presently put this down to their poor up RHEUMATIC PAIN
I .-,.: the accident, perhaps there command of English. and down the rostrum, making ges-
wouldn't have been time for the tures as he lectured He strolledso Hud not Spell your Day-Git altar It Now
"Flying always seemed an adven- Don't put off getting C-2223 to r&-
eyes and the skin to betray the fact. far he walked off the platform-
lievo pain of muscular rheumatism
"How did it happen?" asked Curt, turous life to me, Curt said, by
dumping himself into some laps and other rheumatic pains. Buy;
of conversation. "Do '
bitterly.Dr. way you Returning to the platform calmly, C-2223 today. 60c, $1, everywhere.Use .
Fisher them the story. joy this sort of utility flying? directed.
gave albeit a bit bruised, he continued only as The purchase
Henderson lived Tempujo in the e Freighting, laying" chemicals, that with: "To pick up the subject wherewe price refunded if you're not satisfied.

same building which housed'the sort of thing? dropped it ."
young doctor, a bachelor quarters. VM "It is a job, was Lannestock'sanswer.

',vuC It was a sort of,hotel for the single He had trouble with his "j." /To'Relieve distress from MONTHLY
Sallies in Our Gilbert Ga-
voluble. "A'good Alley:
white men working here. Fisher Ryden was more
knew' that Henderson had shaved flyer likes any kind of flying. It is briel, the former dramatic critic, FEMALEWEAKNESS

and showered after coming in from not always work. There was the is now an officer in the army-some-

work, then changed into whites; that map." He cast a glance at the big where in Alaska Before being

he planned to ,run up to' San Alejo. map on Curt's wall. "And the alli commissioned some intimates were
requested to give the War Dep't the
"He asked me if I wanted to go gators.
along," Fisher said. "But I couldn't, Montaya explained. lowdown on Gil's character, fitness Try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
to relieve
Compound help monthly
not having arranged previously for "Before the swampland was and so forth' "How are his mor- pain, backache headache with its

.. relief. I don't think he'd had a drained of surface water, alligatorswere als?" was one query "He is weak nervous reelings-due tomOD.thly

:j.k drink at that time, when he wentto quite a nuisance. And, yes, ., so moral," replied a chum, "he Taken functional regularly disturbances.thruout the
I the shower room." some danger. As fast as the clear- should be sent there as a missionary month Pinkham's Compound
!" One of the helps build up resistance against
However, doors were never locked I ing progressed, Mr. Ryden bombed Broadway such distress of "difficult days."
here, and were carelessly left, ajar I I them from"a low altitude with gre- sportsmen was saying that the Thousands upon, thousands of girls

more often than closed. Passing --........ nades. Those that were not killed weather 'at Saratoga was never important and benefits.women Follow have reported label directions.Well gratifying -.

Bill's room later; after, Hendersonhad "The whole thing is none of my were driven down the rivers into to a gambler "because you worth trying

gone; Fisher had noticed a half business." the marshes between Tempujo and can sleep like a top when you're win-

! empty bottle and glass on Hender- the sea." ning" "And," said a veteran,

! son's table. chain of deaths. All three were so A curious look livened Ryden'seyes "when you're losing-you spin like

, ,', "That didn't seem strange," he apparently what they seemed to bea as Montaya spoke. They tookon one" David O. Selznick asked A VEGETABLELaxative

said. "I thought nothing of it at the grudge killing, a suicide from a merciless slant. Lines of cru- Sam Goldwyn: "Why do you hireso

time." grief, a drunk's,,accident. Yet there elty tensed his thin lips.' Features many writers for one picture?" ,

I .,' ,- From there on Fisher had to reconstruct was that telltale coincidence among that a moment before had been "Because," said Sam, "from

ii the unfortunate man's them. All three victims'had known merely cold took on a hint'of leashed each writer I get a germ." For Headache,

!!i: ,movements. Henderson first went to something. There were, too, a few fury and hate. k 0 il ,"' Sour Stomach

Ii the dispatcher's office for an' okayon details which .just didn't fit. They The sudden transition hit Curt like Zeppo Marx of the famed 4 Marx- Spells and Dizzy when

his trip; that much was fact. haunted Curt. an electric shock. He shifted his men was the "kid brother" who was '. I caused by Con-

But the track wasn't clear. So Hen- Curt's thoughts harked back to gaze to Lannestock. There was no ordered into the act by their mother ;

derson drove to the end of the yard, Mitchell. What was it the man had viciousness in this man's face but Zeppo was too young to be }! only as directed.

t.. threw a switch, and backed his mo- "known"? He'd done some mutter- Curt got the impression that Lanne- trusted.with valuable pieces of stage I 15 doses for;,

torcar onto a siding to let the incoming ing about sitting on a "powder keg." stock was dominated by the other. business or punch-lines-and so he only 10 cents.

, train pass on into the yard. Curt had been fiddling absently "Karl and Gosta," Montaya continued merely tagged along, making faces

;' 'n-'pn the track would be clear for with his tobacco pouch. He now I in a tone shaded with affection or" joining in the chorus Of S"T 1t -
I 1 flung it to the desk, angrily and "were invaluable to when '
, him.Apparently us course, he was paid well While IRQWDERi
his drinking had befuddled jumped to his feet. I we needed two full-time flyers to. Harpo, Chico and Groucho squan-

' his brain so that he'd for- "I'm an engineer, not a sleuth. freight materials. There is still dered their coin on their families,

1 gotten to throw back the switch. Maybe Mitchell did know some- much work for them to do. I could fun or at dice games-Zeppo kept

The incoming train, a locomotiveand thing, but ,I don't, and the whole not get along without them." salting his away. ,. Eventually,. T
three flats, took his siding thing is none of my business!" Here was another surprise- he wearied of hamming it and sud- \)1{ CO'LDSguich4i

and plowed head-on into the motorcar But it was, and he knew it. Walk- warmth from "The Dark Lily"! denly popped up as a Hollywood \ Of

telescoping it, throwing its en- ing in at that moment, Montaya "Planes have, their uses," Curt agent buying into a prospering .u4&
$ gine back against Henderson. raised smoothly clipped brows as he "What make of
admitted. plane do agency Later he opened his ,
'I Young Lister had by now got his saw Curt's congested face. you use?" He'd asked Montaya this own and represented many movie, TABLETS LIQUID
pictures here. The others followed "I was only thinking," said Curt, before and got 666 SALVE
I question no answer. stars He's rich today His NOSE DROPS\
! him soberly out into the yards while in violent explanation, "what a "They are old planes!" Ryden spit brothers aren't In his spare COUCH DROPS

he took pictures of the wrecked car, shame it is that liquor can't be out- this out, with it giving Montaya a time Zeppo fussed with mechanical

now a mass of junk. There was lawed." dirty look things at home-while the brothers WNU-7 37-42Don't

nothing more to be done, so the "I quite agree, Mr. Curtis," said The Spaniard's teeth shone affa- made whoopee-and now and then he

four men headed back to San Alejo.On Montaya gravely. "I will not per- bly. Here was nothing new. He was laughed at for wasting his timeat

I the way Montaya continued to mit drunkenness among my key was, indeed, mildly amused.ClAlways' his "experiments" So what? r

smoke his long cigarettes. He men at 'any time, on the job or off, they ask for new machines Zeppo now owns oC.a West coast

II seemed angry, bitter, brooding, frus as you know from your contract. Of ." He shrugged expressively. defense plant! o

trated. About halfway across the course, among construction workers "But if the planes they have will
, flats he held forth. ."He shrugged. Neglect Theml
I fly, I cannot be putting several times Man About Town
: "There is no excuse for this kindof "But let us get to work. You the price into new equipment for : Nature designed the kidneys ia to do the a
The marvelous job.Their task to keep
accident. There is no excuse for have not had much time with yourso this heavy work. They, too, becomeat Star-Spangled: Bing Crosby, flowing blood stream free of an eiccaa of
drinking to excess. More than onceI charming family since arriving.You once second-hand." rumored Washington-bound to enlistin toxic impurities. The act of living-lift
is constantly producing waste
have thought of establishing a rule will want the day with them.I "But repair work," asked Curt, the army, isn't eligible. He went itself matter the kidneys must remove from
drunkon have memoranda there for orders on the Great Bond the blood if good heath Is to endure.
that any employe becoming gone over your "to keep them in condition?
C When the kidneys fail to function aa
Drive Power who will train
the grounds shall be let out at carefully ." "Both Karl and Gosta are quite Ty Nature Intended, there is retention of
once. But I can't do that," he One of Curt's suggestions had competent at repairs. And they have for the gliders, proudly wearing the waste that may cause body-wide dis!
emblem of the marines bouton- tress. One may suffer nagging backache
I "shrugged.Curt been to bring in some additional good mechanics to assist." as a persistent headache,attacks of dizziness
told Lee about the accident draglines and bulldozers, and to "But always we repair, like we niere Darryl Zanuck, who quit getting up nights, swelling, puffiness
under the eyes-feel tired all
his 20th Century-Fox job (at $5,000 nervous
I without dressing up the story. Gave speed up the work in two'shilts per glue together. Some day we cometo worn out.
V her the simple facts without the day, using flood lights for the few pieces in the air and have no per week) considerably relieved. "I Frequent,scanty or burning passage
:I\ gory details. She was silent for hours of darkness they'd overlap. glue!" felt," he said, "that I was merely are sometimes or bladder further disturbance.evidence of kidney -

((I some minutes. "Two shifts of work, it is a good Montaya shrugged again, less another actor-playing a part" The recognized and proper treatment
la diuretic medicine to help the kidney
a '
! I Then, "Jeff," she said quietly, idea," Montaya agreed. "As for good-naturedly. "Karl, you are too Hazel Scott, who clicked so big in rid of excess poisonous body wage

"I'm no.fool. What's the answer? more equipment, I have two three- good a flyer to take up a bad plane.I Hollywood, getting'a $1,000 bonus lisp Doan't Pills. They have had more
I II c This is the third death by violence yard shovels now on order. They : have no fear of that. And how from MGM for her fortnight's work endorsed than forty the years country of public over.approval.Insist Arc oaDoan't.

here in less than three weeks!" should arrive soon." long would it be with new planes Lieut. Burgess Meredith, Wm. Sold at all drug stores.iiriaiiui.

I Curt was sitting on the low couch- "You'll need, more," Curt an- before you would have to repair, Saroyan and G. O. Welles in the

hammock on the porch, bent forward swered. adjust, tighten?" 1-2-3-dame hunters Myrna Loy

elbows on knees. His hands "But when the work for such (TO BE CONTINUED) -The Myrna Lisa. 1 1I
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'" out of camp. The loss the one "Care' Postmaster San
The Clewiston News : : I'of his wife weighed but lightly Francisco," which means they're-

;; 'llCLASSIFY \ upon young Hicks, however, for :aboard ship, and we'll have to wait. .f'

Published every Friday In Clewiston, TOO LATE (:within ried again three to, days another he was Seminole mar- to hear more news from them. .

Florida. by the CLEWISTON NEWS I
toe r rHEATHI.EY maiden. Two letters to the News this;

With Osceola, it was different, week from the boys:

BOWDEN, Editor .:. Sam Jones could not browbeat himas
{- he had done Hicks. When Gen- P. F. C. Woodrow Bledsoe writes

second class mail matter eral Jesup granted a truce and from Camp Robinson, Arkansas.He .
February Entered as 1, 1927 at the Pest Office In By RUSSELL KAY $:;: offered the Seminoles peace in ,has been in the service twelve

Clewiston, Florida. under the Act or 1837, Osceola was' for accepting months likes it fine, and wrote ...'
3 1897.Subscription
March **
Secretary Florida Press Association : it even though the price entailed to ,say how much he enjoys the 'w
.. ..* *.. .. .. .. ....... I that the Seminoles leave Florida. News each week and how appre-
Rate $2.00 Per Yenr. l*X. *XXXvv N:N:N: &l**N:f'"f M-"*"*N t"rt t"M i N:N:N:N:N:N N: :N :N H 1: : :
Sam Jones ,said: "I will fight as ciative he is pf receiving it. He
Advertising Rate On Application 1- Many people are viewing with I ber of accidents. Week-end holidays long as a single man will stand by also says he- "wants to thank

the increasing number of Labor Day, Fourth of July, me; and when the last one has every one for the swell times I
accidents reported in connec- New Year's Day could be counted have had in Clewiston
advancement and wel-I fatal deserted me, I will find a retreatin and I sure
fare Devoted of Clewiston to the and ,Hendry County.|I tion with military aviation. They upon for a national total of hun- the Everglades, ,safe from red miss it all." Woodrow is busy

j point out that right here in Flor- dreds of lives from auto mishaps.And and white man alike. When my making Uncle Sam a real good

I ida hardly a day passes but one or consider the fact that these I|I guns and powder are all gone andI soldier. He says it is everybody'sjob

more such accidents are reported accidents usually 'occured ,to ex- can no' longer kill game, I will to win, this war and slap the

FLORin-v MEMBER PRESS ASSOCIATIONNAnQ'W.EDITORIALASSOClATION r-ft\ I in the press, and fear that the perienced drivers who had been live upon fish; and when my hooksare Japs' back where they belong. He

"' V) same ratio applies throughout the handling motor cars for years- gone, ''I will cut up tin pans is glad to be doing his part as a.

1941 V nation. not students learning to drive. and make others." member of headquarters company
I I have attempted to gather some This year with the number of cars Bi-motor Pool, but recognizes that
Osceola had already defeated t,.
authentic information on this sub- in use sharply reduced, the acci- everyone has his own part to do. ,
armies and five
U. S. O. NEEDED ject rnd while military regulations I dent rate dropped accordingly.Now commanding I
naturally prevent actual figures be- when we take into accountthe generals in a single year of war P. F. C. A. D. Frith writes from

A fleet of army: trucks stoppedin I ing released, I have gained some fact that we are placing power- but he argued that the Seminoles the Marine Barracks In Ports-

this morning. It was basic facts that 'make sense and ful machines in the hands of stu- could not hold out another year mouth, Maine. A. D. says he has

about Clewiston the breakfast ,hour and the I should serve to relieve the public dents, many who a year or so ago and had best accept Jesup's terms intended to. write before' but has

of soldiers made it a rest- I mind -at this time. had neverbeen in any kind of a for peace. Sam Jones shamed him been ,quite busy for the past two-

group As they dropped in the While it is true that such plane, 'and that the number ,of into agreeing to continue the fight. months. After expressing thanks

stop.various stores and cafes, buying crack-ups occur with Increasing flyers in the 'air is increasing by Had Osceola listened to Sam Jones, for the News, which he says is a

coffee and odds and ends of food, frequency' with the attendant loss leaps and bounds, the fact that he never would have been capturedfor letter from home every week, although "

the need for a U. S. O. center was of precious lives and much needed there are not many more accidents Jones forbade all Seminole he doesn't get it on time .

apparent to those who observedthe equipment, it is not occasioned by than there are is in itself a tri- chiefs to negotiate with the enemy. every time, but we all are enjoying

situation. I i I any laxity or carelessness on the bute to the thoroughness and care Osceola was captured a few every minute of it.

; part of those charged with our being exercised in connection with months later while attending' apeac'e "We have been in some aCtionin
The need for ,such a center will
training program or with the equip- the training program.As talk under a flag of truce. the last few weeks and I hopewe
probably increase as time goes on Sam
Jones did just what he said
ment in use. regrettable and unfortunateas can see more before long. Tell
and it would be well for the townto
Many readers will be able to I these accidents are, it is impos- would. He found a retreat in everyone hello for me."
make preparations for ,such occasions -
recall the early days of the auto- sible to conduct our' training pro- the Everglades and finally when You can count on the' Marines

as these. mobile. While none of the safety gram on the present scale without his following had dwindled to less wanting'actionand' usually get-

features now included as stand- some loss, but as I stated before, than 100 people, managed to live ting it. A. D: will probably have '

.. ard equipment were then in use, i it does not call for undue alarm, there in comparative security until some interesting yarns to tell,
N:NiN:i i :N N 1:
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\ cars in service and the low rate' of plan.es in the air, the record is better Jones' band that the 600 or 700 passed.

RAMBLINGS. operating speed serious accidentswere today than it was a: year ago. Seminoles in the Everglades today . . ._-- -- ---- \ i.
few and far between.As Another thing for Floridians to are descended. All the, others

By B. B. the use of motor cars in- take into account is the fact that were captured and sent to

:-:-:..:..:..:":":":-:-:..:":":.:":..:":":":..:": creased and ,as improved mechanical this state today is one of the outstanding homa.-Ocala Star. Okla-.I' .
features and better highwayssaw I' air training areas. This .-.-- Don't Forget

the number of cars in service naturally means that more such

changing If you've world doubted youi' should that it's have a mount and the speed steadily ad- accidents are recorded here than ........................-.................................-...................................-.....1

been at the' opening "of school vance, the percentage of fatal accidents elsewhere. To assume that 'the THAT WE ON THE HOME F
reached appalling propor- same average would apply' to every
morning. It was as
Monday tions. state in the union is without baseor FRONT ARE EXPECTEDTO
though realized that the
everyone With
Unfortunately I am not permitted reason. In those areas where
element of time is the most pre- DO
to reveal the number of planesin there are no large aerial training'
cious thing in the world today and
the 'air centers it naturally follows there
today compared with a
that the youngsters needed to get
back in harness after a. summer's year ago or even six months ago, are no accidents. Our Boysin Our Part
vacation. but I can state that the increase. Perhaps you have heard 'that
is substantial and records show American planes are inferior to
But the good old American, en- '
in that on the actual basis of the those of other nations, that they
thusiasm was on the rampage the
Usually number of planes in the air the are more difficult to fly or pos-
a most pronounced manner. -
percentage of accidents today is sess other disadvantages. I sin- J
the mothers applaud perfunctorily
less than a year,, ago: cerely hope our enemies believe r "__') )'--J
at the principal's opening remarks -
Again considering the motor car this and continue to believe it. Servicejfmmie
.clap half-heartedly as
accident problem. Every increasein But when a Flying Fortress re- Buy
teachers are introduced, and let
the amount of travel consistently turns to its base after fighting off
it go at that. But Monday morn-
brought an increase in the num- 12 enemy planes, our fighters keep War
ing the students were on hand i, knocking Jap Zeros out of the N:N:..:N.N.N:N:N:N:M:N:M:N:N:N:N:N:N:N.N:N:N:N:N.N.N:
wiht plenty of pep. The teachers
skies at the rate of three to one, Sa vingsBonds
were loudly applauded when they -
I views to it. and dispatch after dispatch from Davis, who has spent
marched onto the platform and
the fighting fronts report "all our much of his year in the Navy in '11is
each got an 'enthusiastic hand
Over planes returned safely," it clear- the hospital, underwent an appendicitis -
when introduced.: And Prof. Turk, | in the Red Cross produc- ...
whose work in a war-time uni-l tion room pe'ople are still making ly refutes such inferiority non operation in the Navy '
sense. Hospital in Jacksonville Thursday.We .
bandages. Friday's turnout '
him the
gave I better than formerly" and American planes are good} planes hope Jimmie is doing' fine and
and o'f many
manner a top-sergeant, received -
cheers, whistles and loud were on hand again the first of and American flyers are good fly that this will put an end to him reporting

applause from the students as he" this week. But remember that ers, and the whole blamed world is I for sick calls. CLEWISTON REALTY
finding it out.FATHER.
every minute every one can giveis
told them and their parents in
no uncertain terms just'what the urgently needed. Don't let a Wilbur Goff and Dick Hooks, and DEVELOPMENT

school is up against. flimsy excuse keep you from help- OP GLADES who went, into the Navy some few A

/ ing with this. Anyone can learn; SEMINOLES months ago, have already trans- CORPORATION+.

there are beginners all the time, ferred their mailing address from
It was a red-letter day at our and the work Is Another local historical
not at all dif- charac-I that unspellable California port to
house for the youngest made his ficult. ter about whom very
first 'appearance as a pupil. And I known should be ranked with the

Heaven help the first-grade teacher A DAILY PRAYER great patriots of all ages for, Sam '

for the room seemed filled to / __-__ i Jones was the only Indian chief

overflowing with dozens and doz- I never conqured. In fact, he provedso
As trival
as one minute each
ens of boys and girls in exhuberant elusive and made such a determ-
day devoted to silent "for
prayer YOUR
spirits. Most of them were accompanied ined stand against the armed its
the welfare of our country and
by one doting parent, of that became
might this country -
the safety of oui'loved who
and; some had little brothers and ones known 'as "Sam Jones be S fight( too !
have i iy's
gone and will ,go into theservice : i ,
sisters along to add to the seem from this Damned." ::.: Jfc} a:
ingly endless flow. Birth certificates community" may
This aged whose real name
seem 'it is far from that. It is man
were produced' to prove that lived at Silver Mq BUY U.S.
I was Aripeika,
not the time that counts, it is the I
each was the age required by law, Springs and therein lies the secretof
idea behind
I the act. It is the 4\
and registration was finally over. knowledge ot'why, of purpose. hiss nickname, Sam Jones. He WAR

On the platform at the opening Mayor Hord's proclamation is fitting fished in Silver river and sold his

exercises were twelve teachers in I appropriate and very proper. fish at Fort King. Erastus Rodgers BOPIDSfromincome l

addition to the principal. Despitethe | the post, butler, had a store

acute !shortage of teachers, The boys, the ones under arms, back in the hammock about a
the local prospects indeed. mile from It must have
are rosy will be pleased. They will be the fort.
The only vacancy is. that of a com- happy to know their home and been rather a large ,store for he OFFICIAL

mercial te cher._ 'Of the twelve friends are concerned over how had two clerks. Although the .,, u.s. NAVYPHOTOGRA1'U

teachers four are in Clewiston they're getting along. Letters are garrison was small, Rodgers evi- < rr ,

solely because, they were elected fine. They give news and knowl- dently conducted an Indian trad- '
to, teach in the scb ol. Eight of edge of how the old home town's ing post as well. 'r r .....rMZCG.IaatiK Ywa. i { '.f" 4, J

them live here anyway because getting on, but letters 'don't carry Now there happened to be a Between Sea Battles ,-.?..,#, "'1'r.- 1t

their husbands are in business or the supreme weight that does a popular song of that day, entitled "
work here. One'is a minister' "Sam Jones the Fisherman," and
. I prayer., The boys know that Godis
wife; two are business men's always first, closest and dearest Erastus Rodgers, rather a jovial =

wives; two are Riddle-McKay' and that if they are linked with type it seems, dubbed old Aripeika I ))

wives, and three are married to Him, they are being rememberedin "Sam Jones the fisherman." The I

employees of the sugar corpora- the best way possible.So name of Sam Jones clung to him

tion. It all adds up to' a grand- -at noon each day let's makeit throughout the remainder of his ""' ,

looking teaching staff, and in the part of our daily routine, thougha life and even the Indians came in \

present shortage of teachers Clevr- kind of special routine, if that time to recognize it for there is i

this Iston seems particularly blessed in can be, to offer this prayer, 'this still a family of Sam Joneses -

respect. thanks for the privilege of living among the Seminoles. HEREAGE
The rooms are filled to over- and having those who are living. If Sam Jones was 82 years old ,

flowing with pupils, and there will the period be signified' by the ring when the wan began. He was

undoubtedly be matters needing ing, of church bells, as it should be either head chief or one of the sub-

adjusting in order to have a well- begin and end with the bells. If chiefs of the warlike tribe of t: 1ij

organized school this year. Thereare there is no ringing, begin and end Miccosukees. After John Hicks,

many handicaps to be over- on :your own, but begin and end. the Miccosukee.. chieftain died_ ,

come, and pupils, teachers and We are at war, and It is our boysin Jones succeeded to his authority in

parents alike will be required to the service that bear, the bruntof the tribe.. Hicks left two or' three

co-operate in order to obtain this. the attack. We only back them sons, one of whom married ,the d

As Mr. Turk pointed out at the up. Our spirit in our concern for daughter of Sam Jones. When ,

opening exercises, the entire them is part of that backing up. I I his son-'in-law began to weaken I

school picture has changed, so pre- Daily prayer is proper spirit.- I I and advocate peace, Jones took

pare to adjust yourself and your ,Wauchula Advocate. I back his daughter and drove her I'

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I :: -- Miss Barbara Morrison left this Mr. and Mrs. Joe Parsons are I! M. Hall. Others playing were rs.1 cash payments to public assistance:

flIIo 'I week for Tallahassee where she parents of a baby boy who arrived I R. M. Hare, Jr., Miss Mildred recipients the state over aggregated

entered Florida State. College for at the Clewiston 'Emergency Hos-[ Durst, Mrs. A. C. Carlton. and Mrs.R. $778,707, or at the rate of $7-

< 1-' f Personals JI JII' her Senior year. pital Wednesday, September 16th. C. Nowling., 334,484 per year. This was the?
The baby weighed 8 pounds 7 largest sum ever paid out in Florida

Mrs. J. S. Hanna of Bainbridge, ounces, and has not yet been GARDEN CLUB NEXT THURSDAYThe during a single month for thte,

I I Ga. is spending this week here with named. purpose, and was made possible by-

I I Ii her brother, L. C. Reddish, and September meeting of the additional revenues resulting from
Mr. and Mrs. .H. V. Turner spent .
i I I ] family. Mrs. W. G. Arey left this week Clewiston Garden Club will be held taxes levied by the 1941 session of

last week-end in Tampa. for Delray Beach, where she has next Thursday' aftenoon at 3 the legislature on money played

"r I A-, accepted position teaching in the o'clock in the through the tfac'ks
".I Mrs. F. E. Conkling and' Eddie Mr. and Mrs. W. Lawrence a Community Center. mutuels at horse ,
Conkling were business visitors in!! returned Wednesday evening froma Delray Beach school. Mr. Arey The program will be given by and the diversion of the odd cents:

West Palm Beach Saturday. visit of two weeks with relativesin who recently enlisted in the the Library committee" of which "breaks" at horse tracks, for Old-
t? Minnesota. service is now stationed at Mor- Mrs. W. L. Lott is chairman. Age Assistance, and an increased,

rison Field, West Palm Beach. wine tax and a tax on heavy trucks,.
Miss Leah Richaud and Bud
COMMUNITY:: CHURCH for Aid to Dependent Children.A .
Vaughn were -visitors Monday Bill Perry and Jimmy Paul are
Bob and Dan Beardsley left Rev. J. N. Montgomery, Pastor reduction of 13 per cent Ins
f r evening in West Palm Beach. I leaving tomorrow for Milledgeville -
yesterday for 'Gainesville where operating costs for' the fiscal year-
Ga where they will enter
is I II they are enrolled for their senior Sunday School 9:45. ending June 30, 1943, was recently -
Miss Renee Wethington Georgia Military College.Cpl. .
f and junior years, respectively, at Church 11:00, "Something for announced by the State Welfare,
visiting in Macon, Ga. for two
I' the University of Florida. Their Nothing." Board in a drastic ecenomy move

I t, weeks-' Thadis W. Wynn, who is father, J. E. Beardslay, accompanied A- meeting of the Boards of the intended to supplement funds avail'
I. stationed at Monroe, N. C. with the them and will remain there able for the payment of cash grants.
Church is being called for Thurs
1; Mrs. W. C. Rainey and baby
Second' Armored Division, spent
through Saturday for the first
I son left yesterday for a visit ,with day evening, September 24* at
: his home here.
the veek- nd at
football of the season between OFFICER CANDIDATE SCHOOLTO
game 8 in the
relatives in Bradenton. :Op Church. All the of-
I; I the University and the ficers are requested to be present.I OPEN AT THE U. OF F.
I Mr. and Mre. W. E. Bolton and Naval Air Station of Jacksonville.T. This is
;;1 tI Sherwood Hall returned home an important meeting.
daughter, Nancy, and Jack Bur- A branch of the Ad-
-- new
:} Friday from Miami where he had ; Sunday School meets at 9:45
:1 kette spent a few days over the A. Markette, who has been I Sunday There ministrative Officer Candidate-
week. every are
been visiting, for a
i,I I week-end at Miami. quite ill in a ,Tampa hospital following classes for all ages. School will open at the University,

; j; Misses Mae Palmer, Jessie Maloy an operation the first of Sunday October 4th is WorldWide of Florida about October 1, head-
Miss Hortense Collins left Tues- last week, is reported as much: im The quarters of the Fourth Service,
and Christine Bell spent the week i Communion
end in Mia.mi. day to visit for two weeks in proved. Mrs. T. E. Markette returned Community Church will join with Command announced today from.

JI I I[ Dothan, Alabama and Macon' to her home here after other churches throughout the Atlanta, Ga.

, I: J. Carrol Miner had his tonsils I I I Georgia. : visiting him, and Miss Mary Mar- world in the Memorial Service uf The branch 'school will be operated

removed Saturday at the local kette, who left the Lake Worth our Savior. The Sacramenf will be' under-the direction of the Adjutant -

J JJ hospital. Mrs. O. A. Jones and Miss Hospital where she was taking administered at the morning I General and will provide:

i Marianne Jones returned last I treatment, in order to visit her service and again in the eveningfor officer training, in general admin- -

1 Mrs. Hubert Land and Mrs.,weekend from a visit 'with Mr. father, has returned to Lake those whose work :makes it impossible istrative duties in positions where

f i Urey Waldron spent Saturday in1 I I and Mrs. Paul Briant in Jackson- Worth. to be present in the morn- the branch of the officer is not

F Fort Myers. j ville. ing. New members will be received material. It is expected to relievefor

' i II I ---I BAPTIST TRAINING UNION at the services.Beginning field duty many officers now:

Mrs. Howard Leonard, Mrs. Joe HOLDS SOCIAL 'MEETING assigned to administrative tasks.,
i I .
cat with the first Sundayof
Bob Chapman :who recently
; !: Hall, Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, Mrs. Students will be enlisted men
ered the U. S. Navy left this week I October there will be 'a regular
who have been selected officer'
Charles Bolton and Miss Marcia
for the Naval Training Station in The Baptist Training Union held evening service at Community ,
and who, meet the
Norfolk. Avant were Thursday visitors in its annual social meeting at the Church. This' service which many
Beach. I physical standards prescribed for
r West Palm Community Center Thursday evening have requested will be less formal limited service

Mr.. and Mrs. W. W. Perry and One of the features of the than the morning service. The
family returned Sunday night froma Wing Commander Kenneth Ramp- evening was a surprise shower time of the service will be an-

vacation which they spent at ling, formerly ,of Riddle Field and given by members of the Union nounced' later., '.I Not everybody with a dollarto -

Fort Lauderdale Beach. .'"now located at Maxwell Field, Alabama to Rev. and Mrs.H. C. Meador. There are many in the community ___ spare can shoot a gun

spent the week-end with The Rev. Meador began his pastor- who have no church home. The'I straight-but everybody can

Mr. and ,Mrs. Fletcher Gardner, friends here. ; ate in Clewiston two years ''ago and Community Church invites you to' I shoot War straight to the bank and'

Niven, Beth and Fletcher, Jr., the shower was to mark this an worship with them. Let us' wel- buy Bonds. Buy your
RAF Cadet Don McIntosh und- 10% every pay day.
spent the week-end at Fort Myers! niversary.Miss come you into our fellowship.,:
erwent an operation for appendicitis -
Beach. Doris'' ,Hodges and 'Mrs. J.
:. f I at ,the 10caI'hospital Tuesday ,H. Davis had planned a program of Hendry County Gets
I evening, and is recuperating nicely -
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wheeless, games and contests which were en- ;

t Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Durst and Mist joyed during the evening. $1,637 In PensionsCash J. M. COUSE

I Mildred Durst were visitors Saturday A, committee composed of Mrs.
Lt. J. W. Beardsley, who is Counselor and Attorney at Law
H. L. Davis
in Miami. and Mrs. J. V. Turner
assistant professor ofl'military tac- served delicious refreshments of grants received during the Hopkins Building

Mr. and Mrs. M.V.. Bigg returned tics at the University arrived yes- jello and 'cookies. There were a month of August by Hendry County Wednesdays and Saturdays
terday for 'a short visit with his large number of of I of Old-Age Assistance,
Saturday from vacation, members of the recipients
a 9:30 to 4:00
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Beards- '
which they spent in Asheville, parents\ Union attending. Aid to the' Blind and Aid 'to Dependent -

North Carolina. ley. I I Children totaled $1,637, .
GRACE WARD IS GIVEN according to announcement by State '

Dr. C. E. Weaver of LaBelle, Miss Edythe Nell Cornette left PARTY BY CLASSMATES I"Welfare Commissioner Leland W.

"lJC: county superintendent of public Wednesday _for Lakeland>' where .... '. Hiatt, of Jacksonville. Johnson's Fish Camp

instruction, attended school opening she will enter Southern ;.College for I Members of her Sunday School During the month $1,297 was

I here Monday morning.Mrs. her senior year. Her parents, Mr. class gave a farewell party in paid to 77'recipients of Old-Age (Near Hurricane Gate)

and Mrs. E.: M. Cornette accompanied honor of Grace Ward Saturday Assistance; $42 to '3 recipients of I Clewiston, Fla.

., F. Deane Duff is spendingthe her. evening. 'The party was held at I. Aid to the Blind and $353 to 12 Boats and Motors-Guide Service

week with her parents, Mr.: the home of Pat Bailey and was a. families (28 children) receivingAid Rates ReasonableW.

and, "Mrs. F. Edward Bryant, in Mr. and Mrs. K. Woodward are scavenger hunt. to Dependent Children. H. Johnson, Mgr.
J ;
Palm; Beach. leaving tomorrow for Buffalo, New Each of ,the girls brought a During the same period, net
U I York for visit with relatives.
'I farewell gift for Grace, who left ---
Mrs. Woodward will remain for a
Miss Florence Graham has returned i this week to center Monte Verde
;'p.c, from a vacation of several month but Mr. Woodward will return School. \ "

weeks. She visited in Daytona, after a week's -stay. After I I
the scavanger hunt, refreshments -
Charleston, Jacksonville and'. spent of punch and cookies
'I a few weeks in Canal Point with Dick Owen returned to Will- NOTICE
1 were served to Grace Ward, Anne
her sister, Mrs. W. M. ,Johnson Iamsburg, Va. to enter his second '
Prewitt, Louise Prewitt, Shirley
and at William and Mary College
family. year
1 Owen, Pat Bailey, Mary Louise
I after spending the ,summer here Due to the tire and gasoline rationing we are
----- Thomas, Jo ,Ann Crouch, Carline. close our business September 30th, 1942, for the dura- :
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Berner and Rachel Miner. tion. We wish to advise those who have trade cards to
r W. C. Owen. cash. them in by Sept.,. 32th as after 'that date they will be

LADIES AID NETS $65 void. ,
Miss Grace ,Ward, daughter of and the courtesy
.1 ON FOOD SALE SATURDAY We greatly appreciate the patronage ;
I A. O. Ward, and Dorothy Young, our friends have given us.LaMOORETON.,
a daughter of Mrs. Sadie Young, left
\ yesterday to enter' Monte Verde Approximately $65 was clearedon CLUB
a '' the Food Sale conducted, by the
School for Girls, Monte Verde: ,
Ladies Aid Society in Royal's I
Florida.Mr. John and Elthea Elmore I
I Ii r Store Saturday' morning. The com ,

I I and Mrs. W. G. Mathis and mittee, composed of Mrs. G. H.

''Brown. Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs! ..... .... .......... ................ .... ........... ..............:-.
i family left yesterday for ,a two :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: : :-: : :- : : : : :-: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :-: : : : : : :
I 1' weeks' vacation. Mrs* Mathis' W E., Dilley and Mrs. W.: L. Lott, .:' -:.,

5 -f mother, Mrs. George King, who has wish to express their appreciationto 'I : ::'
been visiting them here will return all who contributed, and par- :: ANNOUNCING

with them to her home in Bradenton. ticularly to W. D.' King of the .y-. y= ,

Band B for the donation of a :?: the reopening of the :!:.
I ham and to G. H. Brown of Royal's

Mr. and Mrs William King, who store for meat used in meat

I have resided here for loaves, and miscellaneous items for
I .:
month's, left Saturday for Atlanta the sale. yl l- STANDARD SERVICE STATION t:

The ABC Monthly Ga. Mr. King, who was
Plan an instructor at Riddle Field, has I:
Payment CLUB -
I entered the employ Eastern Air t
I t. makes it possible for you t. Lines as pilot. 4 ..s.:- byCLAYTON .:.
I I buy .your home repairs and An. umbrella was awarded yY .
pay for them a littl each The Rev. and Mrs. John N. Mrs. G. B. Thomas as first prize

month to suit your pocket- Montgomery returned Thursday when the Wednesday Afternoon == WATERS ::

I book.. See us for all details evening from Grove City, Pennsyl- Bridge Club met at' the home of i
This is the easy way, no delay I I _y. w ..
vania, where they spent a few Mrs. F. E. Conkling this week. \
I no red tape. Keep your home weeks visiting Mr. Montgomery's Mrs. R. C. Wilson won cut prizeand I i Service *
in good repairBishopWilson. I:::_: Courteous Satisfactory
; Ii parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Montgomery was given a set of .:. :s:
I'I ed knit covers for vari-coJor-1 .:_ Assured .=.
1'I -I j Mrs. Conkling served a frozen

"i1P '..." George Burgess and Allen Lill I salad to Mrs. Thomas Mrs. Wilson,I =i: Expert Polishing and Greasing Service ::

I' : of New Orleans are spending a few''!: Mrs., W. H. Lanier, Mrs. Carl y

;P days here this week with Bill;, Johnson, Mrs. P.. H. Halt,
I d R1611 \ Owen. The boys are all studentsat 1 I Dave Alston, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, 1\1rs'l .;. Crown Gasoline :::

Tulane University and are leaving Mrs. Keathley Bowden. :=
Q ::i=: Essolube and Mobiloils ;
: '. today for New Orleans to resume ,
their: studies. :V I BRIDGE CLUB MET AT HOME::\
; :f: Atlas Batteries ::
Bob and Dick Patterson have returned -

from Jacksonville where Curtis Thompson entertained .-.
they visited: for a short time on members I of her bridge club :.s.s: 12-\h. on new tires. Bring +;

H!I op vacation with their parents, following at herI home in the Kettl Apart .s. .s.
certificates ::
i Ii .. the close of the summer ments Tuesday evening. A cold +: us your :
session at the University of plate supper was served before y

--- Florida. Both attended the sum- the, game, I : Your Patronage Will Be Appreciated f:

Lbr. Co, mer school. and Bob received his First Prize was won by Mrs.V. r YT
,, Bachelor's degree at the gradation C. Woodward', second by Mrs. L' yy

t;.l.... Clewifeton, Fla. exercises last week. Glen Etherton 'and low by Mrs. Joe ...:+;..;..:.<;-:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.,:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-::-:-:-:..:.:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::




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-of Thought. m1IeAwhil i AS It 1M E 1 A quiz with answers p.hMhhh'offering t ,

HUMAN slavery is wrong: in- ANOTHER information on various subjects ??
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mechanical slavery, on the -- e4hhhfh hhhhhhhhMhhhhhrt h hi. r ht% hr. hhhhhh

slavery of the machine, the future That's It! SelfPreservation"What The Questions The Answers
of the world depends.Oscar a dancer! 1 never knew
what is meant
Sonny Boy-Dad, could jitterbug""I 1. Of how many states is the 1. Ten: Minnesota, Wisconsin,
Wilde. by the bone of contention? can't. We were just trying to Keepour Mississippi river a boundary? Illinois, Iowa, Kentucky, Missouri,
Let us then be up'and doing, Dad-The jawbone, my son. feet from being trampled by the 2. How long has Peru been an Tennessee, Arkansas, Louisiana,
With a heart for any fate; real ...
still pursuing jitterbugs" independent nation? Mississippi. ?
Still achieving,
Learn to labor and to wait.LONGFELLOW.. Overheard on a streetcar: "Oh, -- 3. What type of instrument is 2. Since 1821.
look, Mummy, it's a man con- He's Picked the ancient lute? 3. Stringed instrument.

No one has had gods so favor- ductress!" Father-Isn't it time you were 4. What color has the small silk 4. Red and blue.

able to him that he can promise entertaining the prospect of matri- threads in American currency? 5. One shot discharged by each

himself a morrow.Seneca.No Force of Habit mony? 5. How many shots make up a soldier, gun or cannon of a com-

sadder proof can be given "She is suing to have her hus- Daughter-Not quite, dad. He round of ammunition? mand. -
of his littleness band's will set aside? Why?" won't be here until,eight o'clock. 6. What were the last words of 6. "I owe a cock to Asclepius;
by than a man disbelief in own great men.- "I'm not sure, but I think she ________ f Socrates? do not forget to pay it," were Soc

Carlyle. got into the habit while he was Experience is just another name 7. In classical mythology Aeolusis rates' last words.
alive." for our mistakes.THIS described as the god of'what? 7. The winds. /

ON THE .-.k:: .... ;:.!? : .
/e J. Fuller Pep

fifi l lli By JERRY LINK

aBiL ix 1wSl

Escallopecl corn is especially To remove the shine from worst-

aYELLOWbBLUE flavorable if several chopped ripe eds mix a small amount of vinegar

olives are added to the dish before with water, dip a pressing cloth in 1Qa

a b serving. it, place the cloth on the right side
11 ml C-GREEN 2 of the fabric and press with a warm 4

rir d-WINE A good spice tip: Try putting iron.
cinnamon in lamb stew. o f

RED _5e. 1 1T / Don't store linens where thereis

In choosing an- innerspring mat- heat which will dry the fibers
tress, look for these: well-tem- and cause them to break. Avoid

::::ii: pered steel or curled wire coils hair,padding longfiberedcotton top also tissue.damp places. Wrap them in

1 _?a 3 and bottom, sturdy borders, strong *. *
b ticking that won't stretch and
Spiced waffles are delicious. Adda
for ventilation. Talkin' to a fellow the other day, Icouldn't r
some provision
() (( [ teaspoon of cinnamon and halfa help thinkin' that lots of
--- teaspoon each of cloves and folks claim they have an open
r- Make an oilcloth cover for your nutmeg to your regular waffle mind when the fact o' the matterIs
b ironing board, to use when brush- It's only vacant.
recipe. Hot strained honey, mixed
i 8t ing and sponging garments. Which reminds me that If you
with a little cream, butter and,a really think straight about vita-
rn5I dash of cinnamon makes a delicious mins, you'll see why I keep ten in'
When making raisin breads, topping for these waffles. folks about KELLOGG'S PEP. An'
cookies, etc., cover the raisins with that's because this swell cereal Is
I b extra-rich In the two vitamins
hot water and simmer them for. /
most often short In ordinary mealsB
1 C-g 2III about five minutes before using. and D. And believe me, PEPIs
They will be larger and softer. Dripping! AudiencesMuch a mighty slick-tasting cereal.
aIIII Why don't you try It tomorrow?

To help prevent peeled pears, f'

apples and bananas from darken- water must be removed Yd4ift *
NARROWBANDS C ; ing when they're to be used in a from the atmosphere by air-con- '4\

%'WIDE b ------- fruit cup, cover them with grapefruit ditioning equipment to keep the A delicious en-ealthat supplies per serving

juice and chill. humidity at a comfortable level in (1 ot'): the full minimum daily need of'
..vitamin D the need vitamin BJ.S .
daily of
where numbers 1/4.
places large con- ;
curtains were made of lengths of goods for the foundationpart
THESE pieces of good material stitch these together with Do not cut the skins from apples gregate in summer, according to
of the side then when making applesauce. Remove Collier's. For instance, an audi-
from each side of a pair seams on right ;
join- blossom,end, stem and parts that ence of 2,000 in a movie theateron
sheets that were worn in the cen- place contrasting strips over
are not good. When thoroughly a hot night gives off from 24
used should IRRITATIONS OF
ter. They were dyed a soft cream; ings. Colors repeatthe
cooked, put through a coarse to 36 gallons of moisture an hour KIN
and colors in booksor ,
then wide strips of gingham rugs, pictures, EXTERNAL CAUSEacne
bias bric-a-brac. sieve. Made in this way the skins depending on the nature of the t
of prepared
narrow ,
stitched in give the sauce a pink coloring.Embroidery. picture.the pimples, bumps (blackheads), and J1.
trimming placeto
were ugly broken-out skin. Millions relieve
make stripes. The chart shows NOTE The above idea was taken from miseries with, simple home treatment.
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widths and spacing of stripes. In several Black and White Ointment only as di.
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While Firestone, Edison, Ford, e.
and Burroughs were touring, a

.IRRITATIONS 5calo light bulb and a tire on the car Small 'BiO"' Men A Soothing S A I 'V r
went wrong. Mr. Ford went intoa motifseachnew bIt ANTISEPTICUsed r-, I!;.
pillow slip
MOOLINE store and said to the proprietor: FOUR by thousands with satisfactory tei
"What kind of lights do have?" and delightfully different- is a strange but true fact"that cults for 40 years-six valuable ingredi
you transfer Z9454. The ents. Get Carboil at drug stores or writs
come on one ,
we are living in an age of big men .
"Edison, was the reply. Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tcnn.Buys
three sleepy bunnies are perfectfor .
who are under medium height.
"And! tires?
Kinds of Knowledge a child's room; two hearts en- Hitler is below average height,
Knowledge is of two kinds. We "Firestone. twined might grace a gift set, and and so is Stalin. Churchill is by tJ"8ha.r
"You be interested to know
a subject ourselves, or we
no means tall, although he is taller
know where find informa- that Mr. Edison and Mr. Fire-,
we can
, tion upon it.-Samuel Johnson. stone are in my car, and that I Safe Rule than little Franco. Mussolini is I {/ you thew'
am Henry Ford." well below average, and he has always -
--- been rather, ashamed of it.Until .
As the man was putting on the
J \', You will find it a safe rule to the Munich crisis very few
11"" ,,., tire, Mr. Burroughs, with long
; 7/14chu white whiskers, leaned out of the take a thing just as quick as it is people in this country had seen, a

\ and pains of car, and the man, looking at him, offered-especially a job. It is photograph of Mussolini standingnear

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r ,"' Santa Claus." you don't want it; but when you've was always, photographed againstthe h.tauethey're one
got to get work, and go after it skyline, with the camera at a third thinner. ,7y,i

Shouldered Arms with a gun you'll find it as, shyas low angle, to give him height and SINGLE DOUBLE EDGE OR
an old crow that every farmerin that imposing jaw line.
the county has shot at.-George The great Napoleon was only an 4forlOC

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appreciation of the fine spirit I :r. :lfl1l'Vey S. PI duet ?. 1942WASH.NGTON.D. ,.

;0 and whole-hearted cooperation : l'estoZl
:: hlogrk P1eAtberCormY
eeldent Airplane Tires and Tubeswhich
L Airplane Wheels and Brakes
;: these Army. DOa "
r ,4. P1 r Airplane Wing Panels
Navy Production Awards. l'estone" ,..-" Airplane Rivet Cement

,. Airplane Frictionless Grommets
". :r1ng U Aonlthe ;
22.o inform y"a Airplane Parachute Seat Cushions
To our fellow Americans, ChlevelllUbbel' COlll ylihe nay N PiaAt Al'ID7 Airplane Pilot Seats !
1 In and
Anti-Aircraft ,
P or Navy Gun Barrels Mounts
;.:.,- .-: we. of. the- _Firestone. organization ot r0ducti0A ot'erPe4n ctlon th/ oa;a Carriages and Center Sleeves --
> Pl pab10UsIII Srard 13 the pm0nt rOl'IUgb Barrage Balloons
affirm that we regard this high : eyed Its emploYeeuotion 11:01'3 tribute Batteries

Up OUl'l'y %' 7'he lIJOl't ot to the Bogie Rollers,
honor as a challenge for the SOld1el's albs t eAF
; : proUd their :: o perks Bomb Cases

future asvell. as a reward for : ese1t a rfaOOl1terl'1ng' r18hUng lronts. great vcrk that.1n Plant Bullet-Resisting Brake Lining Tubes
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the past. It shall serve as acontinuing m lIJelllbl' that org:1ove 'tba Y Bullet-Sealing Fuel Tanks '
w rl'eed SY'albol orr ln and Navy Bullet-Sealing Oil Tanks
inspiration to all of teotlltiealaL are This all sYmb::jheir Per::zaUon:; a P1n and rill Stye: Bullet-Sealing Hose -
k j eoummaad nly to :; they :; Combat Tires
. .A us to strive for increased quality the1l' eJt p ec: UOlJs tholon to hUllJan Crash PadsCushions
OJ- eCbiev I bays In Ylelaot -h1ob- foamed Latex

and quantity of production in .111, do lpttbe tui l'e.tlvat i:.;at that your the Engine Deck Cleats Mountings

further contribution.to the war You and y urnmploYeg Eye Guards for Gun' Sights
Fan Belts _
effort and to final victory SlZ1oel'e1 Frame Bands for Motors
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Gas Masks
i .. Ground Grip Traction Tires
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b J., rf Robe P Gun Hatch Stocks Gaskets, Plastic \

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: Ser Hose, Rubber
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Ir Landing Boats
Life Belts
Life Rafts
Life Vests .
Metallic Belt Links for Machine
; Gun Cartridges
I Mattresses, Foamed Latex
.... I WAR D EPARTMENT' The "Army-Navy Production sward Motorcycle Tires
!. 'OF THE UNDER SECRETARY. CeremonIes will be broadcast on the Pads for Tanks and Pilot Stats
OFFICE C. "Voice of Firestone" Radio Program Para-Rafts
Passenger Car Tires
1. 1942 over the National Broadcasting
j; t Plastic Helmets
'' I Company coast-to-coast network Plastic Lenses
1' tonight at 8:30 E.W.T. Pontoons
Rims for Cars Trucks and Tanks
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Rubber Track Blocks. for Combat
--.It'' Tanks
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ldent Scout Car Tracks .
est one, 31'r Co\IIPan'f ,,, I Seadrome Contact
m yr gory e y SbberT and IoaUJt products s I ; V' Lighting Buoys
Shell Guard
71ru1.one 1.uKassaohuetU t: .? ro.,. Facings
7all \. Spark Plugs
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I ?hiS 1; 1.0 inform organlzat yoU thetTaduotion of w ar equlp- rs j Torsion Bushings
conU1'r1DS upon our in s Trench Mortar Bases
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livery Man Between r ry of production of supplies Warehouse ..*...____......13 5 .722 ing a war and pleasure will haveto Engineers for Rivers and' '}

and war material! shall oper- Commissary ._.......___.....13 5 .722 wait. they will be afforded full Harbors,

ate -as fully and rapidly as Real Estate .......___....12 6 .667 Give tunity oppor-
20 and 45 Must my regards to all and if I to examine the copies of the ..
men ......._ ..
possible and skilled are Steammakers ..... 13 8 614 do down reports of the po
come will look you up. district and division. "
required to keep it turning. Elec. Dept ...--..........13 8 .614 engineers in
Prepare For Service I The important problem for P. M. S. --..---...,........11 7 .611 Sincerely, subject to the understanding respective offices,

consideration in connection Dixie Crystals ....______..12 9 .571 JIM McLURE. no part of the contents of that
of with occupational defermentat 'Whirlwinds ..:......::.....10 8 .556 reports will be
Every man between the ages published in the
sol I' present, therefore, is to insure Research .....:.............. 9 9 .500 U. S. Engineers-
:20 and 45 years is a potential newspapers or otherwise until the
that sufficient 'neccessa- Personnel .................... ,9 9 .500 reports have
taler and must be prepared to answer been submitted to
calls him, ry men' are on the industrial Office Scrubs ...".....:_. 9 12 .428 : Congress.
when his country Copies of the' reports
HJeneral Vivian Collins State Director -I and agricultural front, and in General Office ....:..... 9 12 ..428L. (Continued from Page: 1) I will not be, furnished or loaned for

of Selective "Service, pointed. the scientific professions, to and C. .........__....... 8 13 .381 quested by local interests are of use outside of the office; but in-

'out in a news conference today.' arm, clothe, and feed our Ar- 'Dolittles ..._................. 8 13 .381 such nature as to require local terested parties will be permitted 4,.
and Navy and to care for Mill Sugar Blues .... 6 15 .285
'General Collins in this conference my rather than federal action under to make such notes of the contentsas

'quoted a recent release by Gensfal the basic needs of our civilian Crackers ................_...3 15 .167 the existing project. they desire."

Director of population. Harvesters ....._............ 2 16 .111 You
Lewis B. Hershey, are further notified that all You are requested to communicate -
"But 'necessary men' who
-Selective Service, as follows: are qualified for military interested parties have the, privilege -, the foregoing to any persona

"Under the Selective Training service may be deferred only First Grade- of an appeal from this con- known by you to be interested in

and Service Act of 1940. clusion to the Board of Engineers the improvement and who, not being l
so long as they are absolutely I 1
.as amended, every male resident I necessary in such civilian effort (Continued froM'page 1) for Rivers and Harbors, a permanent known to this office, do not :,
in this country between body sitting at Washington; D. receive a copy of this communication
and only until they can nomics 1, Home Economics 2, C., to which all .
the ages of 20 and 45 .years- examination and ,
train men not fitted for military -
Science 8
General Science 9 and
stated survey reports of this character
with a few are J. S.
service, or women, to replace hall. BRAGDON,
exceptions-is liable for induction .study referred. Parties desiring to do so
them., As they are so Colonel, Corps of Engineers
into its armed forces. Dan Padgett-Agriculture 1 and may be heard on appeal by the ,
Therefore, every man in this replaced, and as our armed 2 in the morning and teaches in board,' either orally or in writing. Division Engineer. *\
forces are expanded to createa
age bracket who is physically, Moore Haven in afternoon. Written communications should be ,
need for
greater, their serv- -
mentally, and morally acceptable Miss Mary Neeley-English 3, addressed to the Board of En-
ices under arms, they must
is a potential soldier and and will be inducted. 1 and 2, Science 7 and English 4. gineers for Rivers and Harbors, 2 II IN DRY THE CIRCUIT COURT OF HEX-
must and will be called for "Likewise the growth of Mrs. C. J. Bjornsen-Spanish 2, New York Avenue, N. W., Wash- IN CHANCERY.FLORIDA.

military service if and when the Nation's need for military Math. 11-12, Chemestry 11-12, Biology ington, D. C., and should be mailedin

the need of the Nation 'so de- power will decide the duration 10.Enrollment. time to be in possession of the ROBERT EUGENE KETHING,

mands. figures Tuesday said board within jour weeks from Plaintiff, '
of any deferment grantedto vs.EVELYN
"Some who are otherwise any man with dependents. showed 52 in first grade, 32 in the date of this communication. If, MARGARET LUCKEY KET-

liable are deferred now from "Selective Service Regula- second, 37 in third, 25 in fourth, however, you have important datato RING, Defendant.

military service because they tions establish degrees of de- 37 in fifth, 31 in sixth, 35 in communicate to the board, which NOTICE TO APPEAR

are more necessary now in pendency under which, -as far seventh, 39 in eighth, 25 in ninth, cannot be collected and put in shape THE EVELYN STATE MARGARET OF FLORIDA LUCKEY TO:KET-

war production or in other ci- as is practical, single men .17 in tenth, 15 in eleventh and for proper presentation within four, RING whose residence and address -
vilian activities supporting the I 10 in twelfth. weeks, the board should be informed is 1223 East 37th'. Street
with dependents will be called Savannah, Georgia:
war effort. Some are deferred before married ,men and marl< of this fact without delay You are hereby ordered to appearon
"because their induction would and request made for an extensionof Monday, the 5th day of October
ried men with children will be Jim McLure- A. D. 1942, a Rule Day of the above
xjatise hardships to dependentsand called last; and those ,with the limiting date for submitting styled court, in the office of the
because the social and information. If oral hearings are Clerk of the Circuit Court of Hendry
dependents who are not en- I I County, Florida, in LaCelle, Florida
economic welfare of the Na- .gaged in work essential to the (Continued from page 1) desired, dates for the same may be to the bill of complaint filed against .
tion demands that its family arranged for by correspondencewith you in the above entitled cause by -
,war effort will 'be inducted close enough to see anything but Robert Eugene Ketrlng, the same being -
'units be preserved intact as "ahead of those who are so those that did see it saw a real the board. a suit- for divorce, and in 'default

'long as possible. Nevertheless, employed-If,, or' when, the show. Any further information needed will thereof be the taken allegations as confessed of said by you.,bilL

all deferments are povisional, ,Nation requires their military The enclosed picture and map may be obtained application to notice It is to further ordered that this
subject to withdrawal, and this office to the U. S. appear be published once a
or Engineer
service. were donated by our Public Re- week for four (4) consecutive weeks
are made only to serve theNation's Office, 240 U. S. Courthouse & in The Clewiston News, a newspaper
"Each registrant who is lations Officer to send you after I published and of general circulation
interest-not that of Post Office
liable under the law for military showed them your paper; had this Jacksonville, Fla., but in Hendry County, Florida.
the registrant, his' dependents, attention is: invited to the follow- WITNESS my hand and official
service, and Is physically come sooner, I could have gotten .eal of said court this 27th
individuals day of
or his employer as ing
regulations to the
; >: mentally, and morally some pictures of the bombs hitting as mannerin August A. D. 1942.
but for the common benefit of which such information be (SEAL)
:-,qualified to give his country I which happened about fifteen sec- may WILLIAM T. HULL. '
all: of our people."Moreover furnished
that service, must realize that onds after this picture was taken, : Clerk of the Circuit Courtof

under the Act, any deferment granted to him but we are out of them. The ship "Where interested' parties desire H. A. RIDER Hendry County, Florida. p

a deferment from military merely affects the order of his models you see In the foregroundwere data necessary for the preparationof Solicitor for

service can be granted only to ,induction; that he is a potential -- demolished, by bombs of 100 their appeal to the Board of I Complainant.Sept.. 4, 11, .18, 25. '4&t '

an individual and by no other soldier and must be pounds by direct hit. Some bombs ----------- -
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agency than his own local prepared to answer when his were so well aimed that they went --

board. No group or class ex- country calls him." through the exact center of the
emption, or deferment, can be-
models. Our Bombardiers: are well
made except by Congress. CIRCUIT COURT WILL I
named the most dangerous men in

"The group, or class, ex- OPEX NEXT :MONDAYThe the world. The map picture will 'II Z A T' 'Py VQ7 r

emptions which Congress has give you a good idea of the kind I 3
regular fall term of circuit
made are specifically stated in of a lay out job I had. Over 500
the Act and apply to certain court will open I Monday morning '
Stadia shots
were needed, every ._d
National at 10 at the courthouse. Judge
and State officials street, railroad, and break in ,shore
certain members of the Diplomatic George W. Whitehurst will preside.
were layed out and hundredsof
and certain of Circuit Clerk William T. Hull
Corps had not completed the job of pre buildings made of pasteboard -
their alien attaches and
employees -
and ministers and paring the docket early this week :'were scattered throughout the

theological, students. Any other but it is understood there will be 'the model ships city.are The sitting simulated in was water made : ::2 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY

registrant seeking a defer- only four cases, all negroes. '
by burning the vegetation and the
ment, including alien residents -
streets were shown by laying a -r lit
and conscientious ob- BowlingContinued- f I
I white gypsum soil on the ground.A + _
jectors for whom special pro- ( from Page 1) : 1
very, very realistic effect was __(: to".
visions are contained in the -
gotten in this manner.
Act, must apply for it through are Harold Lang with a 223 for I I

his local board."Fundamentally.' men's ten pins, Eric. Thomas with i Although I will never like any '1' You'll be helping everybody if you avoid

there are 269 for boy's ten pins, Edward 1 place as well as I do good old week-end trips whenever possible.That's

only two reasons why any ''I I Bourne 158 high for boys' duck Florida, the Midland Army Flying I the time when travel facilities are 'most'

man liable for military service pins, Millie Bourne's 152 for girls' School is by far the best, field to crowded-the only time when many war

Is deferred, and the main one I ten pins and Mrs. A. E. Oliver 181 live at that I have been stationedyet. workers and men on furloughs can go.t

is that the expansion of the for women's ten pins. H. E. Mc- My job here is Airdrome %Ott A

Nation's armed forces has not Laughlin, alley manager rolled a Maintenance Officer, which in he Wn Miller's Drug Store

yet reached the stage where 250 score once during the past simple words means that I must S 7/ld

Tie is needed in them. The week and Tubby Owens and LeftyHolstine "Keep 'Em Flying," which whenit tNfSOR1D Canal Point, Florida

other. is that, at present, he tied' for high last week rains is quite some job, but so OtOR

is more valuable to the war with 222. far I havent failed to do it. "N;"

.effort in his civilian occupa- Team standings as.of. Wednes- Am hoping to get some time' off

tion., day were: this fall for a' trip to :Florida.

"Right now it is of vital Team I am way behind on both my hunt-

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