The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00858
 Material Information
Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: September 26, 1941
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
oclc - 33429955
notis - ACA5652
lccn - sn 95047264
System ID: UF00028415:00858
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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; bY The first contingent of British already[ at hand. These will Include
cadets, 89 in number, assigned to twenty Stearman primary

the Riddle-McKay Aero College trainers' with 220 horse-power mo.'L,

eight miles west of Clewiston, arrived tors, twenty Vultees for basic training '\"
I' there Thursday and at six- with '450 horsepower'rno..os.' '
II thirty this morning the first groupof and twen'ty';North American for advanced "

I I planes left the ground for instructional training with 450 horse- ,

v W + fl AvH I t work at the school. /power motors.
1 I Most of the cadets were brought Because of the heavy rains of

from Carlstrom Field in Arcadiaby j last week the cadets' did little fly- ..
bus but a few were flown herein Ing during the last eight day at

1 ; the training planes which began Arcadia and it is probable that to
arriving Tuesday. While the field catch up with this lost time they

Ii I II ( here is not finished and the cadets will be required, to fly during _the
H i will be somewhat crowded for a week-ends for a while. The boys VV V- .
l time, they were forced to leave are ordinarily allowed the week-

Arcadia because of the arrival of a end off from noon Saturday to nine

4 group of American cadets assignedto o'clock Sunday evening. Their usual -
the new Dorr Field school upon day begins at 4:55: a. m. and sic:

I : I V : which construction- work has just five o'clock they' are on the drill
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begun. :
field. Flying and classroom work ,;
A Luncheon was served at the ,take up a greater part of tue day :
school mess hall on Thursday as land lights are 'out at nine-thirty .

the first meal at the school. ip. m. "
I Part of the' cadets coming hereat Heavy rains during the equinoctial -

jI j I this time have completed half period have caused soma waterto
I "I II of their twenty-week training stand on the four-section fmid

; F 'M o course while others have little more of the school here but it has never
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than begun. To this group in five been in such shape that planes

i; t weeks another group of fifty will could 'not easily land and take off
....., 1 be added according to plan and in from some portion of theie' -
S.' \, ':MJ F 1: \f't"t"t.' y.i1.t-;: > :$ <'>'.K"" "''' > : W (I ten weeks another fifty to make the However, most instructional work

total of almost two hundred which today is being done at the auxiliary
cf Model of Research and Control Laboratory of United States Sugar Corporation at Ckwiston, Florida the school is expected to take care I field which is being prepared in
'- of in a continuing class. The cadets the northwest corner at the junc

range in age from 18 to 30 and tion of roads 25 and 67 at the La-

few of them said to be Mooreton Club.
a are married -
Sugar Corporation Will Stock Dividends Are with families back in England. Major A. B. Fanstone of the .

There will be sixty planes, approximately Royal Air Force and a pilot in the
i Declared By U.S.S.C.The I assigned to the fieldat first World War, is in charge of

this time and most of them are the British cadets.

Build New Laboratory I 1 ________________ ____ ___ __ __ _______
Ir board of directors of the --

o nnq r United States Sugar Corporation at-
-- !their meeting held on September Navy Campaign
Immediate Construction Begins
Fisher Is Speaker ;'18, declared dividends on preferred

stock without value for the

Authorized by Board I At Kiwanis Meeting i first half of next year. To Enlist New Recruits :

Dividend No. 34 will be payableon
of Directors '
i ; January 15 to holders of recordof ,
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Homer C. Fish 'iv'West Palm I If MNWMI VWAbout 0
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Vtu.. ; 'N '; ',_, V January 2 ; No. .35 ':will be paidon ,
altoiney and
,," To \vention committee ittV irT .
Clarence 'R. Bitting, president, chairman of the southeastem ,April 15 to holders of recordof 500 :Drivers NAVY EDITOR FOR
Corporation April 2 and No.: 36 on July 15
United States Sugar ,
division of Kiwanis was -: CLEWISTOX NEWSAt
present ,to holders of record on July, 2,
announced the authorization
has by
at the weekly dinner meeting Get Licenses Here
Board of" Directors for immediate i I 1942. Each of the dividends will the suggestion of Secretary of
,of the Kiwanis, Club at the Inn
be for 125. Transfer books will the Knox Bowden
construction of a research and con- Navy Keathley ,
Wednesday evening and outlined
trol laboratory on a site between what is expected of the local club (("not be closed.STOCK Approximately five hundred automobile editor of the News, will act as NavyEdit'or

executive offices and the sugar- at the state convention to be held drivers have purchased of this paper during a special

house, the cost of ,which when in Orlando October 1214. licenses., here of all classes since recruiting period beginning this

fully equipped will beabout A. L. Stephens was appointed ]j i TO BE ISSUED they'' went on sale the first of September week.

$100,000. In making the 'announce- club chairman from the Clewiston i and Miss Margaret Von As Navy Editor Mr. Bowden will

ment Mr. Bitting stated that this club which has a quota of nine ,j Mach, who is handling the sale of help the Navy recruiting programby

was but one more ,step in the long- members planning to attend the I V FOR EXPANSION BY the licenses, for County Judge Har- giving ambitious local young men
term program for development of convention. '" ris at the Hendry ,County Motors, information concerning the oppor-
the Everglades.The ,is expecting a great rush for li- tunities the "Two-Ocean Navy" offers -
There followed a discussion of I
new laboratory will be located school matters and ways and means 'SUGAR CORPORATIONThe .censes during the next few days. them for technical training and
: Unless licenses are procured by advancement as they serve their
centrally in the vacant plot I of assisting the school in I :.
just north of the sugar house, directly for the recording machine paying and I J|Oct. 1 a rigid examination must be country during the present emerg-

in the middle of the present movie projector purchased last year. United States Sugar Cor- passed by the applicant for license. I ency. .
road this tract !Twenty have taken examination so Any young man interested in>-
running across
The club voted to pay the October ;poration today filed with the Securities .
northward from the dehydrating payment of $25.00. and Exchange Commission far from the road patrolman and learning of the program may clip-,
plant. The building will face to the ;J in Washington a registration state only one has failed to pass. the. coupon carried in the advertise-..
I the back of this issue
ment on page
ment covering 200,000 shares of
The main structure, of semi- P.-T. A. Honors 'new $25 "par value Series A con- Red Cross Institute and will be sent an interesting

modernistic design, will be two 'vertible preferred stock and 562, booklet on "life in the U. S. Navy."

stories in height topped by a three- School Faculty'Members :500 shares of common stock re- Here Next Friday According to an announcementmade

I .. -: foot parapet to provide.. testing served for conversion' purposes. It public in Washington, a
I I ;of',0", areas on tne roor; it win nave a ::is proposed to offer the Series A limited number of additional men
I'- frontage of 80 feet, and a depth of of the Clewiston school preferred stock through non- A disaster preparedness institute, between the ages of 17 and 50 will
52 feet and ,will be so designed as faculty were honor guests af a reception transferable privileges to registered ((which will be co-ordinated with the ,be given a chance, by enlistment in

';; .to permit the addition of five tendered by the Parent- common and preferred stockholdersof !Jhome defense work in the county, the Navy or Naval Reserve, to get
,-, wings in a fan-like order; the central Teacher Association in the Community the corporation at the close of will be conducted by Miss Helen to the top, with big pay, in jobs

. '. wing will be built at the same I Center Tuesday evening. business November 10, 1941, or [Moses, an experienced member of which by their aptitude and as a
time the main Arrangements were completed by staff of the result of examination thy show
as structure. The I' ten days after the effective date of (the National Disaster
main structure and first wing will Mrs. J. W., Ezelle, chairman of the the registration statement, which- (Red Cross, next Friday afternoon themselves fitted, from among
house four separate and distinct I'I hospitality committee, assisted by ever is later, subject to approvalof I and evening in the Clewiston CornImunity nearly 50 different trades and vo
research and control laboratories a Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs. R. Y. Pat necessary amendments to the Center. cations. These include such call-

pilot-plant size fractionating- and I terson and Mrs. Carl Berner.A Certificate of Incorporation and I R. Y. Patterson, disaster pre- ings as aviation machinist, dental
distillation, unit in a 50-foot tower, splendid musical program was By-laws at the annual meeting of !paredness chairman of the local .technician. photographer, diesel
modern testing kitchen, reference j presented, including several num- stockholders scheduled to be held (chapter, is arranging for a meet engineer, radio technician, electrician
library, engineering and drafting; 'bers by the school band, which October 21. ing at 4 o'clock and another at welder, storekeeper, and banker. -
rooms" together with necessary offices made its first public appearance at 7:30: which will be attended by Enlisted men may also qualify
The Series A preferred stock
::: ; the main unit and central the reception.The I new members from LaBelle and from for' commissions as officers.

;s. wing will have a content of approximately opening number was "Amer- !will carry cumulative, dividends at I the Clewiston chapters. It is urg-" Beginning this week, the Navy
the rate of $1.60 per share per
si 200,000 cubic feet. ica" played by the band. It was I led that all chairmen, workers, and plans for a limited time to acceptnew
annum, payable quarterly, and in
:, "During the past year" said Mr. I followed by a piano solo by Nora ![other interested persons attend. qualified men for training.
addition will participate share for
: Bitting, "we more than doubled Oglesby, and a vocal duet, "Beau- | The Clewiston disaster commit- These men will be sent to oneof
share with the common stock in
our facilities for agricultural ic- tiful Dreamer," by Mary Louise four Naval Training Stations and
: \ search; the present step ij an extension Thomas and Jo Ann Crouch, accompanied dividends up to 90 cents in any fiscal -trans-portation, may have a chance to go to a Navy

l'; of such work into the fields by Marianne Jones. A year. |M. W. Bigg, finances; Mrs. J. A. Trade School even before assign-
.-, of utilization of the products of violin selection "Priest's March"by The conversion feature of the McGehee, clothing, and C. V. Parkinson ment to the fleet. ,During this per-
,,: agriculture after they: have been Carolyn Bryant, accompanied by Series A stock provides for a flex- food. I iod they will be given regular Navy

,"'. harvested; the projected facilities Doris Hodges was followed by a ible schedule based on time and I I:', The meeting is general and, in pay and the Navy's free schoolingis
- will take up the study at the point reading "Pillow Fight" by Clifford the number of shares previously I (Continued on Page 7) I valued at hundreds of dollars.

.;' the field work stops i; the staffs of land Lionel Beatty and Robert converted. Up to December 31, I "Never in the history of the

,'F. the new laboratories' will devote Wiandt. The band's selections, 1942, or the conversion of 25- 1 I: MR. DOWNS ILL I United States has there been greater -
: their efforts to the improvement of "Orange and Blue" and the Clewis 000 shares of Series A stock, opportunity for loyal young

.;; present and contemplated pro- ton school song, were also given whichever is first, one share of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Downs are j Americans to serve their countrY'
", : ducts, the development of new uses during the program, which closed Series A stock is convertible into in Arcadia, where Mr. Downs is a.,and build their futures than _right
,:' 1{' for such products and new pro- with the Star Spangled Banner, by 4 shares of common stock. Sub- ipatient in the Arcadia General Hos- ':now," said Secretary Knox.In .
: ducts from existing and contemplated the band. sequent conversion rates are: I Ipital. Mr. Downs returned last outlining the many advan-
; products and by-products; one Principal R. W Turk introduced 3J/, !! shares of common stock to '1:week from a stay in Henderson-!I tages offered by enlistment in he

(,i of the more important fields to the teachers and each responded December 31, 1945, or the conversion 'ville, which he expected to be beneficial I United States Navy, Mr. Bowden,
/: which attention will be directed will I briefly to the introduction. Dan of 50,000'shares 'of Series A; to his health. 1 Navy Editor of the News,' said,.
: ; be the improvement of the nutritional Padgett, Miss Hannah York, Miss 3 shares of common stock to De- I His condition became grave after i'"It is possible for a bright young

1 ? values of Everglades' pro- I Katherine Neely, Miss Lucy Humble cember 31, 1950, or the convers,,his return and he entered the hospital 11 man to Increase his pay seven times-
ducts; the importance of this aspectof Mrs. Thelma Okerstrom, Mrs. ion of 100,000 shares of Series A; for' treatment' and a possible luring: his first enlistment and he-
our work has recently been em- I t Kathleen Harris, Mrs. Helen, 2 % shares of common stock to'I'operation. Mrs. Downs is remain- can, earn as much as $126 a

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SUNDAY By -ymp- thy I live .$o

is John Staples of Lesson mvcKEnjoying

London. He is one of a hun- .a, other
D. D.
R E EN dred British boys being Dean of The Moody Bible Institute
6 of Chicago. ple"t.-Svre..
fashioned into pilots for the (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)

Royal Air Force at the Lake- f'e.e.lil9'on their.
Washington, D. C. j
land school of aeronautics. grieF i-s well l
IN CONSULATESVichy 550 such Lesson for September 28
SPIES There are some TKovgK in moderated

Ambassador Henry-Haye students in the U. S. alto 7 : ri..wre.ii .
recently let out a loud wail about t Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected -
him gether, all of whom are get- and copyrighted by International R cC"
newspaper reports charging Council of Religious Education; used by
and his staff with undercover pro- ting expert- training far from permission; .
the bontb-rocked airdromesof
Axis activities.It THE FULFILLMENT OF HIS-
the homeland.
that Henry-Haye
is possible
knows nothing about it, but govern- Staples is typical of these

ment authorities are in possession of sky fighters to be. Their LESSON TEXT-Revelation 21:1.7 10.11
evidence that Nazi agents are on 22-24.
Vichy consular staffs in this coun- average age is 23, and theyare GOLDEN TEXT-He that overcome*.
try. Also, that such agents have drawn from all walks of shall Inherit all things: and I will be his \VNU Service.Eo..se .
God and he shall be
my son.-Revela-
been installed in Hungarian consular life. Air cadet Staples was tion 21:7.

offices.It given this Uncle Sam bunny

has been ascertained that sev- mascot by Florida admirers. A happy ending may not suit the

eral weeks before Axis consulateswere fancy of modern writers of fiction, y east sneeze directions,check drip.and Follow use

ordered expelled, Berlin, either but it does suit God. He "who work- AV f) PENETRO NOSE DROPSReflections

tipped off or anticipating the move, > ,' k} < g}, eth all things after the counsel of his FEVER(_, ,_, !_-J-Z-._ _T-U,

quietly began shifting some of its ,, own will" (Eph. 1:11) will see to it
and ,tiC.w..y:! ;::xi? y .w
agents to Vichy Hungarian con- Ya ; that redeemed man shall "be to the
,.,.... .
sulates. ?a .4t : \ praise of his glory" (Eph. 1:12). The world is a looking-glass

The Vichy consulate in Chicago, The eternal, omnipotent God will and gives back to ,
Imbault-Huart, g''r3 ? : ;.vY.;f% ''e:: 4 bring the His every man the
headed by Raymond history of. dealings reflection of his own face. Frownat

was one of those that suddenly had ; t. 1; w'S'r'm with mankind to a glorious ending. it, and it in turn will look sourly
a mysterious staff expansion. An-" The last book of the Bible comes to
upon you; laugh at it and withit
other was in the Hungarian consu- ; :: : :: its last pages where, after dealing and it is a jolly, kind
late in Cleveland, directed by Louis $ with the final struggle of man with ion.-Thackeray. compan-

Alexy. r't$ wv(:, '? rii4l 'cC, ''pr his enemy Satan (which has goneon
Two "investigators" were addedto since the entrance of sin into the

Imbault-Huart's staff early in world in the Garden of Eden), we

June. These men were in constant find the glorious, God-given revela- tt .

contact with the Nazi consulate in tion of the "divine, final restorationof

Chicago; in fact, they called there the universe, a picture of the OUR=_

almost every day until the Nazi con- home where we who love the Lord 0. r"Cep-Brueh Applicator,
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sul departed in July. This was Jesus will forever dwell." JUST A makes GO MUCH elacRlEAFao FARTHER

definitely established by Dies com- I. "The Tabernacle of .God Is with DASH IN FEATHERS.

mittee agents and from a former Men" (vv. 1-7)).

member of the Vichy'consular staff Our God is always with His peo-

in Chicago, who resigned in disgust- ple, but there is a promise of the

after many years of service. \fS:ar.l', s'ivCt : time when He shall "pitch His tent" AdaptationsThe
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secret of is
kv living to
L::: Y ,o aa!) ,,::o< I (for thus we 'might translate the make adaptations as they are nec
THE PRESIDENT'S MOTHER :y :t . .., ...,.. .. ., word "tabernacle") in their very Let
Sara Delano Roosevelt thoughtthe 9 .$:'..::::: i. : : : ..Y..Su. :? thtoktf'<:l :i,1.3 midst essary. none of us try to in-
M),;:!c:: and "be with them" in full
man to whom she proudly referred -I I and unhindered fellowship. This He sist that nothing should ever be

to the Presi ., .. ... ,..... .. 'w. .,. .. .... changed!-Jane Addams.
as "My son "" .w..w..w.w..w w..w.
j <"''' N: :wo:: :: ; 'w:M">>= ; : ( 'Hac>: "';w.w once did for a time when "the Word .
dent" was capable of doing any- I
was made flesh and dwelt
I Young Britons who came to America because they wanted wings I aJV.ong'us"
thing he set his mind to; and the (John 1:14)) literally "tab-
to fly and fight with the Royal Air Force shown marching back to or
President would have done any- ; are ernacled among us." In the day of "M DDlLfE.AGIE"WOn,1EN

thing he could to satisfy her wishes. the hangars after an instruction flight. which our lesson speaks He will

But one favor he could not grant, j come to live permanently with His

despite his' high office. Because of people. [y : J

its intimate character, the story was The blessings of His divine pres-

kept a secret by the few who knewit ence are beautifully described inverses ; HEED THIS ADVICEIItJ

but now that the gracious mis- 4 to 6. There will be ,no Thousands of women

: tress of- Hyde Park has passed on, more tears, because every occasionfor are helped to go smilingthrudistresspecul-

j:, it can be told. M them is gone. There will be no iar to women-caused
by this
period In life-
During the Czechoslovak crisisin death, pain or sorrow, for the one with Lydia E. Pink-
1939, the. President was confer-' who sits upon the throne will have ham's Vegetable Cornpoundfamous

ring with advisers when a secretary made everything new. I I I over 60 years. Pini ham's Compound for

interrupted with word that his mother Christianity does not evade the -made. especially for women-has
helped thousands to relieve such
was,calling from New York. The question of sorrow and suffering, weak nervous feelings due to this
President picked up Jhe phone, in- but it does point to a glorious day functional disturbance. Try It!

quired, "Yes, mother?" I n' ,a when they will be done forever.

Mrs. Roosevelt was in a state of What a precious promise!

II. "The the Toes Out
high excitement. There was some Holy City Having

difficulty over a friend who had Glory of God" (vv. 10-12). Sticking her toes out of her

come to this country from Europe. The description of the holy cityis shoes is the Montenegrin girl's

He wanted to remain until he was differently interpreted, but per- signal that she is ready to consider -
certain it would be safe for him to
return, but the state department was i in the. form of a pyramid on a

refusing to grant an extension of his square base 1,500 miles in width

visa. Couldn't the President do av % and length (12,000 furlongs-v. 16), relieve C 0 .L D S

something? I ia 3iia' :%R rising in terraces, and 1,500 miles Misery of

%' fxa : high at the top.
"I'm sorry, mother," he replied, r
.', The description of the city is glo- LIQUID
"but I'm afraid I can't help you on TABLETS
this." S r ; .: ry, J rious beyond words (read 21:1 6 6 6 SALVE

An excited buzz of conversationcame through 22:7), but the crowning fact. COUGH NOSE DROPS DROPS

through the phone. It mightbe ....-..----...---.-............ of all is that it has "the glory of
Try"Rob-My-Hsm"Wonderful Liniment
dangerous for the friend to re God. His presence means more than
turn. Wasn't the President the Over in the bomb-cratered homeland they call it "tonic," but they all the glories of precious stones and

} highest official of the government like the pop they get in the canteen at the.Lakeland school better than of "pure gold, like unto clear glass." Equal Rights

: and couldn't he do something? the home He is more than His gifts, and His Equal rights for all, special

presence is more glorious than all privileges for none.-Thomas Jef
Roosevelt glanced helplessly at -..-
those about him. Then, with a His mighty works. I ferson.
III. God the and the
, tient smile, he again addressed the
r phone. : Lamb Are the Temple (vv. 22).

"Mother," he explained, 'it's As long as w'e'live under'the present -

against the law." conditions of life, we cannot do GOOD 1 .

This was one door even the Presi- yq !Faln %f4 n' without a ,place to meet to worshipGod STORES DRUG

dent of the United States could not and to receive spiritual help LAAGF

open for his mother or anybody. Sp: ,,ytt <{ Hr ''0 and strength-a temple. But when sDTnE e... s. t y '
.. s the redeemed are gathered in the h.WN'a 1
Y. fa Qa will have need 1.40 '' A
NO SUGAR SHORTAGE Holy City they no Iwubot
for a temple. The place of meeting ;
Don't get alarmed about those ru y...: fa. ay $yk'a..' A!i y E -
with God "which now has to be delimited -
mors of an impending sugar short- ZIth9s -- lersedReke2
from the world, and set
age. The department of agricul-
for and held with
apart God-yes,
ture, which should know, isn't.Official .
determination and force of will
statistics show that there against invading hosts-has there

t is plenty of refined sugar for civilian .. .. S 1 Yrr': expanded to. cover the whole area: WNU-7 39-41
needs. Production in the next few ; ;. ( ; Y"Y ? of human experience and activity.
months, plus the reserve stocks of w : :
God's presence has no longer to be Injures Self

beet and cane sugar refiners- sought; it is known; it is felt, uni-. Envy shoots at others and

,, amounting to over 1,550,000 tons- versal and all-pervading as the wounds herself.

will be more than enough to meet ': : ; : light of day" (C. Anderson Scott).
until the next, IV. No Need of the Sun-the Gloryof

...... crop. God Did Light It (vv. 23, 24).
Only problem is what
government The great need of man in this,
experts term "mal-location."
world is light. He rejoices in the
to consumer hoarding stocks
sun as it sheds its lifegiving rays
East are below normal r 9 Yafi
though rap- k ir upon the earth. He does his work Help Them Cleanse the Blood
idly being replenished from
the top- of Harmful Waste
and finds his healthful recreation in Body
heavy of
reserves refineries in other ,
he Your kidneys are constantly filtering
the day. When darkness comes,
sections, chiefly the Gulf states. Above: This is the cadets'first waste matter from the blood stream.But
As a double precaution the .. must have illumination, that he may kidneys sometimes lag in their workdonot
agri- introduction to water- read, study work, or fellowship with act as Nature intended-fAil to remove
culture ,
department has if retained,
approved impurities that
melon. Billie Jones
an eX-
others. From the flickering pine,
sharp increases in 1941 poison the system and upset tho whole
quotas which marketing pert, suh, is showing the knot man went on to the candle, to body machinery.Symptoms .
were stepped up to may be nagging backache,
9,002,976 tons. This is 2,386,000 tons Britons the proper techniquein the lamp; and now in most placeshe persistent headache,attacks of dizziness,
a Florida water- floods his city and its homes getting up nights, swelling, puffiness
than the disposing of
more quotas announced at under the eyes-a feeling of nervous
the beginning of the and mil- R melon. with the light of electricity. But anxiety and loss of pep and strength.
year a
'Yla Other of disorder
signs kidney
much darknessin bladder
lion tons greater than those approved Left: All work and no play even so there is too are sometimes burning, Scanty or
July 30. the world, and the. men who love too frequent urination. .
makes even the most enthusiastic darkness rather than light (see John There should be no doubt that prompt
Some sugar-producing areas, including students treatment is wiser than neglect. Use
Cuba not of weary 3:19) are able to practice their evil Doan'i Pills.Daan's have been winningnew
' expected to of lessons, so the students deeds.In friends for more than forty years.
: supply their enlarged quotas, due to They have a nation-wide reputation.
heavy drains on their raw stocks who are being fashioned in- the New Jerusalem all will be Arc recommended by grateful people the

I but Puerto Rico and U. S. beet areas, to sky fighters for the R.A.F. light, for the One who is light (I country over. Ask your neighbor

. have plenty of supplies on hand to take time out for play. John 1:5) and the source of all light, ,

meet the new marketing allotments. Cricket is tops with them; I permits His glory" to shine forth ,I
and "lighten it.

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He shook Shoshone Wilce. The lit- Y-:

iI i tle man groaned once, then came
I full awake with the sudden responseof

ALAN II MAY W.N.U Release an animal. Bacon will not curl up on the, You should wash and clean thor-

I Without the snow the rock-like im- edges if the edges are notched oughly spinach, lettuce and celeryas

I INSTALLMENT 14 now that they got the girl, I figure penetrability of the overcast sky with scissors before putting on to soon as delivered. Then cover

I THE STORY SO FAR: that they aim to hold her for bait, would; have made the night utterly cook. with a clean cloth and put whereit
kind of." black but the ghostly pallor of the is cool.
i Dusty King and Lew Gordon had built up They keep longer and
i A vast string of ranches.. King was killed "You're most likely right," Roper snow had the effect of faintly modi- Vinegar or some other acid suchas are ready to' use at a minute's

by his powerful and unscrupulous competitor said morosely at last. "There's fouror fying the darkness. The eye might lemon juice added to beets will notice.,

; Ben Thorpe. Bill Roper, King's adopted five of these Thorpe war partiesout possibly have made out a. moving cut the bland flavor and help to .

: son, was determined to avenge his deathin after me; and'this could easy be dark shape at ten yards; beyond :restore the red color lost when While
spite of the opposition of his sweetheart, one. But of all the infernal luck I that there was nothing but a muffling cooking. beating egg whites see
Jody Gordon, and her father. After wiping ever saw." blackness. that the bowl and beater are per-
Thorpe out of Texas, Roper conducted a / fectly clean and dry. Also, haveno
great raid upon Thorpe's vast herds In Shoshone fell silent, and Roper, "You lead out," Roper said. His The flavor and vitamin con- yolk in the white. Otherwise the

Montana. Unable to reconcile her father deep in thought, let him rest. voice was instinctively hushed, even tent of cooked white'squash are whites will not beat to their
with Roper, Jody set out with Shoshone "Why in God's name, Roper at this distance .from the enemy. improved by sprinkling grated full volume., If yolk
any drops
i Wilce to find him. They were attacked by flared at him again, "didn't you go "You've had more chance to study cheese over it just before it goes into the white, remove it with a
of Thorpe's' men hiding in Roper'sshack after ?" "
some help the lay than me. to the table. piece of
Wilce escaped, but Jody was cap
"I figured I'd get strung'up Shoshone Wilce delayed. "Bill," he
tured. Roper went to look for Jody when "
said "if I
sure, Shoshone flatly, said, "I lay thinking about this time
told she disappeared. Approachingone
of his own shacks when he noticed out went and told Gordon what I'd done for a long time, after you was Made Most of OpportunityTo INDIGESTION
I wanted to for but nat-
come you, stubbornnesscame
posts keeping a careful watch. asleep. A dogged
urally I didn't know where you'd into his tone. "I figure we Illustrate His' PointThe Doctors know what that Doctors do for it
gas trapped ID the stomach or
CHAPTER XIX-Continued went. The only thing I could figureout can probably take the cabin. And if gullet may act like a httlr-trlgrfter the heart They
set free with
the fastest-acting medicines known
To Roper's right, surprisinglyclose I better try to ghost around we take the cabin without fighting prisoner charged with as- -Tablets.gs fastest art like the medicines in Bell-ans
Try Bell-ans today. It the FIRST DOSE
a rifle spoke, once only. Roper these hills and maybe whittle 'em we've got a chance to get away. Butif sault had been severely cross- doesn'tprove Bell-ans better,return bottle to us and
could neither see the man who had down to my size." so much as one shot is fired-Bill, examined by the prosecuting at- renews DOUBLE money back.2&c,at all dreg stores.

his He waited "You say there are seven men in close like b'ar but maintain
I fired nor guess target. the outposts will a torney, continued to

I five minutes, gun ready, then stood the cabin," Roper" asked at last; trap. I don't see no way we can that he had merely pushed. his vic- : Bravery

up and moved his pony down-slope two wounded? ever get clear." tim "a little bit." People glorify all sorts of bravery '

!I into a shallow draw in which it was Shoshone nodded. "They ain't,all By the sudden frozen silence, Sho- c'cNow'said the prosecutor, "for except the bravery they might
in the cabin all of the time. Seems
! hidden the brush. Moving cautiously show on behalf of their nearest
by shone Wilce was able to sense Bill the benefit of the jury, will you
like they must have had the girl tell
i he proceeded north along Roper's 'anger."I please step down here and, with neighbors.-George Eliot.
'em that she come to meet
the of the
the cut, seeking position you. Naturally they'd think you wish to God," Bill Roper said me as a subject, illustrate just
man who had fired. what mean by 'a little bit'?"
at last, "I had Hat Crick Tommy you
Through the hillside brush a figure The prisoner descended and the
here, or Tex Long; or even the very
, moved, crouching so low that his greenest kid cowboy that's ridingthe spectators were astonished to see
dark shape resembled a bear. After him slap the in 'the face
: range with them,.somewhere to- lawyer ,
i a moment Bill Roper was able to 1 night. I need one other man for this seize him bodily, and with a supreme -

i make out that the approaching man job. It wouldn't take an especially effort, lift him from the -

:: carried The man a light with carbine.the carbine moved brave man, or smart 'man, nor a floor table.and hurl him prostrate acrossa rtl'y

real good gunfighter. I just need
swiftly down the hillside, sliding on
one fairly good man. But I haven't Turning to the jury, he explained '
the hard crust of the snow sur-
prisingly silent in the brush. U/, 'even got that!" mildly, "Gentlemen, about one- LLEN

The watched man dropped into the "Bill, I only claim-look, Bill: I tenth that hard."
ain't afraid of 'em. I only-" '
ravine, angling toward the bend _
where Roper stood. Bill Roper I "You ain't afraid," Bill Roper repeated People of ThailandThe Starting October Irt and Every

pulled himself out of the gully. He ; "no-not much. But when' Wednesday NIght!

was crouched in dense brush, gun in the guns spoke, you left a girl down' WITHKENNY

' hand, as the scout appeared below under her horse in the snowmaybehurt inhabitants of Thailand
I' "
(Siam) called "Thai
are whichis
' dead-and for' RAKER'p
; maybe you ran
him.Roper a plural term meaning' "The
I stood up. "Steady, he your life. "
Free People. Because the
I said. -pc-- When Bill Roper had said that,
have'always been known t
as 6'STr
: The man in the draw jumped as both were utterly still, while a man
if he had been struck; but as he might have counted a hundred.Shoshone's Thai, and have preferred to call e their country "Maung Thai," rather WORKSHOP i ,
raised his hands he straightened so .
voice flat and dead
I.Ia was than "Sayam" or "Siam," the PLAYERS
that Roper saw his face. Wilce. "Is that the way it looks to you?" terms Siam and Siamese were, of- other
His Shoshone .
captive was i C8$
"Look at it yourself. ficially changed to Thailand and
"By God, said Shoshone, "I was gtatioe?
never so glad to see anybody in my "Then," Shoshone said, "I guess Thai, respectively, on June 24,

life!" there ain't anything- more to say." 1939, by a.notification of the presi- 8e est.

Roper's voice bit like frosty ice. He stood up."There's dent of the council of ministers. 9 ,

"You know where she is?" 4. this to say," Bill Roper

"Yeah," said Shoshone. "Yeah, I said. "You're going to work with First hand information from the .y

know where she., is. Bill,,seems like I me tonight because. haven't got men in service-show cigarettesand Past Mischief

them buzzards have her'down thereat anybody else. You're going to do smoking tobacco first choice as To'mourn a mischief that is past ,

that cabin, and won't leave her "They're taking an awful exactly what I say, and when I say, gifts from the folks back home. and gone, is the next way to drawl' ,

., ,. loose." chance," Roper said. without any back talk or question.You Actual sales records from post exchanges new mischief on.-Shakespeare.

make slip tonight and the sales commissaries,
"Who won't? knew she was coming. Most likely one
' "Bill I don't know who." West won't hold you, nor the world ship's stores, ship's service stores
<--' they figure that if I ain't dead I'm and canteens show Camel cigar-
'L.--. "Well, how the devil did she get carrying you word that will bring'' won't hold you, and you'll answer to ettes the largest-selling brand. SOOTHES CHAFED SKIN

' ."' there" you here a-kiting. So 'they're holding me in the end. You hear me?" Prince Albert Smoking Tobacco is QRQu tN

r-: "Me. ," Shoshone said. He met Rop- her there now until they see if "Okay," Shoshone said in the another big favorite. Local deal-

. A er's eye bleakly. Obviously, he knew ,they can't get'you. ain't watched same flat, dead voice. ers, quick to note this preference, WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT 5<:

that he was in' trouble here. "I those fellers for fifteen years with- "One thing more," Roper said. are featuring Camels by the car-
ton and tins of Prince Al-
brought her. out knowing how they work. "If we make a quiet job, we'll try Gave Action
bert ideal
for in
as gifts the
. ...... "Why in all- ,"They're taking an awful chance," to go out slow and quiet, the threeof service from the folks back home. What the Puritans gave the
"She would have come anyway, Roper said, iron death in his Otherwise take
eye. uStogether. you -Adv. world was not thought but action.'lotlierlargest .
Bill. ,She was dead set on locatingyou. "If I rode In here, warned, with Jody's lead rope and ride like hell.

She didn't have nobody else to my wild bunch-" Six miles below here, near the creek,

ride with her. I figured,you'd soon- "It ain't such a bad chance they're there's a kind of a brush corral.

- er I'd try to bring her direct to taking; ," Shoshone contradicted. You and the girl will wait for me

you, so somebody would be with "Night and day their outposts are there. Wait for me until daylight
her, than have her wandering loose out Two check the whole ( SEETHAT
men can begins to come; then go on. (
around the country' by herself. A country daytimes, so they can'see NEy fS ONLYONE REASON I
They moved down into the valleyof HESS NlCoT
bartender in Miles told )
me you miles.
coming twenty You only
you the Fork fast. When
walking they SMOKE CAMELS. THEY
were here, and we rode here. And here because 4
got come
you up IN TH E SMOKE
:. had dropped into the bed of Fork (
! < then-and then- the timber to the south
through on
Creek itself they moved northward, HAVE A
; : "Well, then-what?
: the trail from last way for COUNTS WITH
y "As ''I come into the valley," Sho- they'd figure you'd come. Nights following its windings, what TOO v
seemed long but no sign of
a way;
shone said "seemed to like -
me T00
there are more men on lookout than showed and a y0U \
approaching dawn yet ,
something was wrong. But I couldn't near' I make
that, as can out, and
Roper felt that they had plenty of
make out what. We come up to the their lookout is strongest just be-
cabin careful and slow in the dark. time. As they at last passed the
fore dawn-I suppose Iron Dog,
cabin stood invisi-
point where the ,
But they seen us coming and they taught 'em that.trick in the old days, fhFiJTTcaA
Shoshone indicatedits
ble In the dark,
laid for' I Before
us, guess. we always striking just before daylight, raised but
location with arm;
knew what had busted, they gunned and now they can't get it out of
they moved on fifty yards farther, so
her pony down, and they drilled their heads. Night and day
. they got .
. the cabin
that they might approach
.. mine twice so bad that I had to turn ponies saddled. If ever they spot- p
from the north.Cautiously .
him loose Most likely he's dead ,
ted your wild bunch riding in, they'dbe
by now. I-" Shoshone hesitated. almighty hard to catch.", now, Shoshone climbedthe .-.

, "And, you run out and left her," "If only," Roper said, "the wild bank, silent as the Indians with

: Bill filled in for him. I bunch was going to ride in! But it whom he had spent his youth. Turn-

"Bill, I swear, I wouldn't have isn't." ing, he gripped Bill Roper's arm.

done nothing like that, not for no "Maybe there's some way we His words were whispered close to

amount. Thing was, they was all could fake it; so they'd give up and Roper's ear. '

around me; I couldn't see where to clear out. I figure they'd leave the "One of the night guards is out w's \ ri SP r '
shoot or who they was. .I figured girl behind if ever they set out to that-away, about five hundred

first it was your own boys, mak- run." yards," he whispered; "about in line

ing a mistake,' and after I seen it "I'm going down and smoke 'em with where you see that big dead

,,'!' wasn't, I just figured to keep in a out," Roper said through his teeth. pine.

fighting position, you might say, and "I'm going to smoke 'em out before Roper could see no dead pine. It

close in first chance. Only: the sun ever comes up again, and annoyed him that Shoshone's eyes

"Only you never saw any chance," you're going to help me." were better than his own-as goodas

J. Roper said with contempt. Shoshone nodded. "If we tackled the eyes of an Indian, or a lynx.

: "Well, no; there's seven of 'em 'em just before daylight, when the "I'll leave my carbine standing CAMELS CONTAINS

down there, Bill, and they keep an outpost is strong and the cabin is just outside the door," Shoshone OF SLOWER-BUItNING
awful steady watch. And I been THE Sr.lOK!
weak- said. "I want it for later, after
scouting 'em steady ever since, They talked it over for NiCOTINE%
a long we've took to the horses.
Sometimes I get in a long shot at
time. In the hidden gulch where lESS
"That's all right, Roper said. %
one or another of 'em. This carbine Shoshone had been holing up they "But remember this: If there's 28
don't carry so very good, butI made coffee and cooked meat, and you
trouble in the cabin, you stand -
plugged two of 'em; don't know completed their plans. any
and fight! Because if you don't, I'll of the
how bad. "
"We can get in, was Shoshone's the average than any
r and myself, if it takes than
"How do you know she 'wasn't testedless
verdict at last. "We can get in, and "
l, shot or hurt when her horse went we can take the cabin. But God my last shot to do it. selling cigarettes to independent

down?" Roper demanded. "By God, I knows how we're ever going to get "Okay." them-according itself!
Shoshone, if you let anything hap- out." Roper went ahead now, walking of of the.smoke

pen to that girl-" "I've got a plan for that," Roper boldly across the snow. Better, he scientific tests E ?
I. "They let her walk outside some- thought, to simulate the casual ap-

times during the day," Shoshone said.He wouldn't tell Shoshone what it proach of friends than to depend s

.. said. "That's how I seen she's all was. upon a hope of complete surprise.As .

\I right." he raised his hand to the doora

1. "Can you make out who the bunch CHAPTER XX strange thrill of dread momen-
down there is?" tarily stirred him at the thought that cta.asr

r-r"I figure they're some Thorpe gun There were no stars when Roper Jody Gordon was inside with ++rdy.

squad, out after your scalp. figure roused himself in his blankets, and whom? I

they was laying to gun you. And he had no mechanical means of tell- (TO BE CONTINUED) I

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Williams voted for "I dream of companied by Doris Hodges. 1 j
News I get started.
Jeannie with the light brown Poem-Clifford ajjd Lionel Beatty I P. McLeod.
hair?" for the class song. George, and Robert Wiandt. j

Published every Friday in Clewiston, I THE STAFF there is jealousy on the side lines. De Camptown Races-By the j GARDENING NEWS

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEwS Barbara IJroadfoot _....._ Humor You'd better watch out. band. I I The school children from the 4th
Tnc. Mauryne Prewitt __.... Chief Reporter Why did Gus Cantrell and Dick Orange and Blue-By the band. through the 7th grades have organized -
Jeanne O'Neill ."._u_ Society Trenary go to B. Y. P; U. in Belle Introduction of teachers-by' Mr. Garden Clubs. Each grade

KEATHLEY: BOWDEIV, Editor Juanita Burkett .....____... Faculty Glade Sunday night? I I Turk.: has its own officers; meetings are

I Dorothy Knight ..._.._ Sketches I Star Spangled Banner.-the band. held every' week, and the dues. are
Entered as second class mail matter Barnard Leiter and SOCIAL CHAT: Following the program refresh-. ,five (5) cents each month.
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office. in Bond _.._....._ I Mrs. Okerstrom was in West i
Florida, under the Act or Kemper meats of coffee, tea, punch, cookies. I i I The 'plot south of the high school
:March Clewiston 3, 1197.SubsrcrJptlon! j Marianne Jones ...__.._.._ Clubs I Palm Beach last week-end visiting and. ., .sandwiches were served1IARIANNE ,,.- lathe. garden. -The .objectof. the
Jlinmy. Paul; ...-........- Reporter I her friend,, Mrs., Emanuel 'Or- JONES.; [ Rate '*=.e0 Per Year. Gloria McDuffie _....... Specialties tauna. While there she took a 'to. send flowers to sick people.
Class Reporters shopping tour in the rain., The 'colors
HOME ECONOMICS CLUBA [ of the clubs are red
Advertising Rates On Application. One of the dignified seniors was
Betty Home Economics Club is being and white; the flower, the rose.
on a short visit to LaBelle one
Gloria McDuffie, Beulah Guthrie.
'The sponsors are the teachers of
organized Miss York'
I by We.
night last week on pleasure, she :
the advancement and ,wel- the four
to. have discussed projects which. :we grades and the librarian,
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County.! LIBRARY NEWS : Mrs.. 'Vaughn.
says.Miss will undertake the
during year. An
Humble spent Saturday in '
Too Clewiston School Library
election of I j., This is the
officers will be held. next : rourth consecutiveyear
wishes to thank Mr. Clarence R. Miami. It rained all the time she
week. All those who are enrolled. of activity for the 'gardeners',
MEANDER w-rcv Bitting, president of the U. S. Sugar was there. in Home Economics have ,and' they have
FLORIQ.PRESS$5CCrAnON> I or already already begun workin
Miss this week-
Corporation, for a do- ,Neely spent past,
NAilut.LFDITORALAssocLAr10N T had it are eligible for membership.On their plot.
end at her in Lake Worth.
1941 nation. We also wish to thankour home
many friends for books donated And last, but not least, Mr. Thursday we held a special,j Seventh's Grade .
during the summer. Over Turk spent a lovely week-end at meeting to hear Mrs. Harper whois Mrs. Jack Baker is the sponsorof
home-working. a Red Cross representative from, the seventh grade, and the officers
...................-...................'...........- ................:,.........................I. fifty Our books' library were is open given.at all times Washington. She discussed work are: President, Sammy- I

to parents and friends of the school. TEACHERS RECEPTIONThe with which the Home Economics Young; Secretary, Mary Louise

RAMBLINGS. MRS. J. VAUGHN, I Parent-Teachers Association Club could aid the Clewiston Red Thomas; Treasurer, Grace Ward;
Librarian.: entertained with" a reception for the Cross chapter. :Reporter." Mary Ruth Johnson
By B. B. teachers at the Community Centeron I Sixth Grade
SNOOPER Tuesday evening. The follow- SOPHOMORES j: Mrs., Walston is the sponsor of

What three junior boys are ing program was presented: This is test week; most of us the sixth grade, and the officers
::":": :":":":":":":":-:":-:-:-:-:":--:":+:":":"'-:'
rivals for the "affection" of cer- America-By the band. sophomores will soon find out how 'are: President, Clifford Beatty;
Even though Riddle Field, Clew-, tain two little Freshman girls? To Piano Solo-Nora Oglesby. we fared the first month of this, Secretary, Doris Strickland; Trea-

iston and the surrounding terri-' give you just a small hint, the boys' Song-Joan Crouch and Mary our first. full-fledged year in high 'stfrer, 'Buber Mills; Reporter, Car-
tory show much evidence of the initials are Sonny Vaughn and Louise Thomas, accompanied by school. : line Berner. The boys and girls
several inches of equinoctical (that's I Robert Taylor and Elbert Hooker. Marianne Jones. Yours truly has been nicknamed 'have separate plots;' Billy Maynardand

another word for September) rains, The girls are:- You guess! Auld Land Syne-By the band. "Willys" because of his perfect (?). Carline Berner head these di-
the sun shone a typical South Ah-Ha! We wonder why George I Violin Solo-Caroline Bryant, ac- ;' automobile which he must push 'to (Continued on Page 5))
Florida welcome for the hundred I

British cadets who were transferred "

to Riddle Field from Carlstrom ON DISPLAY SEPTEMBER 26 :
Field this week. The first meals ..
were served in the mess' hall Thurs-
day and today the cadets are settling -
down in their new barracks"when ,,

they are not flying. I
Rains have deprived them of some I %
flying time lately and they are a ssGEVROLEToi4.

bit behind schedule and won't have I
their customary free week-end.

: They'll fly Saturday and Sunday,
and their week-end off will' beginat

6 o'clock Saturday afternoon
and end three hours later. Dur-

ing their three free hours they'll /q.Fib't9lr .
rE .
: r :
.accept the invitation of the Bap- \ H.r. aT .,x varry ,.:riY% rJ :
'a'p" b 2 :M %/
anN'b } : : .y j
tists in Clewiston who, through ( trirtf nj+ ryi:

their pastor, Rev. H. C. Meador,
have arranged to bring the boys inand

ride them around for a glimpseof
their new surroundings' oefora w

dark sets in.

Major A. B. Fanstone, British officer -
j in charge of the cadets, is
tremendously; appreciative of the '

many and Various efforts being

made to provide recreation and ex-

. tend hospitality to the boys. He
, ., 'M4n ,..
'vn yn.
hopes that we don't spoil them. !0C6'
: :Y 2S .r"SoyaS.vrr
We don't believe we shall spoil > f a f'G.
y yrYsry, >, wwN4w/MMWrwrw..M ., 11 f'Rk .
them, and we only hope that we x.' tS i++ fr} 4 Lv 'Y. y i>i
will be able-particularly in these :. .,
s.\ a .
.... first weeks when their Riddle Field {rf, +D9Y'd'). r %". .
{ .
':x VK'OOryIOW3NLP P% nS 'Y ri( Cis
'. is so incomplete-to provide plea 1i-i1;
: :
;.: sure, relaxation and wholesome : i .
: amusement for them. Their time = :
g: off will be quite limited-for their tw+;
learning to fly is the most serious B'p

r and engrossing business in 1 the

Z:,; -world-and for that very reason it ii
is important that their leisure be 17
pleasant for them., :
rr We hope the cadets will enjoy SEP VI C E 0 i

f.:. Clewiston, as much as Clewisto.i will

,; -enjoy having them here. And now ,....,...,.
t .-. whenever we hear the sound of an CHEVROLET AIDS
x i\.:' airplane motor, in our hearts we'll NATIONAL DEFENSE DESIGNED TO LEAD IN

t, see the Union Jack fluttering andwe'll Here's the highest-quality motor car Chevrolet has STYLING
______ -
f'-. remember the motto: Keep ( Chevrolet alone of all low
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:/. the intermittent spading means I P"?*.' .*>p&i.'i>'if %&! ;y{.fJr ftvrt* !"sijJJ.......'*...':"."* '..T*:*:.r>>-:x fl.ft'j *-v1 '''9:?' DESIGNED TO LEAD IN
that has been going on for the past PERFORMANCEV
: three which create "the new style that will stay new" .
weeks at
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building, we've found out. The ly Chevrolet alone combines a
with a powerful, thoroughly proved Valve-ln-Head powerful Valve-ln-Head
men are spading' out bits of the old ."Victory" Engine, Safe-T-
'St. Augustine grass which for the Special Hydraulic Brakes,
'k "first time in Clewiston has fallen !'Vlctory" Engine, built of quality. materials and designed UnItized Knee-Adlon Ride,

w'J victim to chinch bugs) and are II, and Vacwm-Power Shift at

'planting centipede grass. So now I to lead In combined performance and economy ... no i"'extra cost. """ '--- I

the St. Augustine is dotted with DISIONID TO LIAD IN
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r of aQ largest-selling
"' are
waiting to see.Shorty l _
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leading motor car for ten of the last eleven years standpoint of gas, olJ,..fTt.,
Alderman joins us in and up1....
wanting everyone to know that the ) J ,
:, : litter on this street is not from the
News office or the A and B Sand-

y: wich Shop. It's the Dixie Crystal '
theatre, which very carefully every : PAYS TO BUY THE LEADER .

day sweeps out onto the sidewalk

the litter of cigarette stubs, empty
packs, peanut shells, candy wrappers AND GET THE LEADING BUY
:;;' and all the other trash that I
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night.I I Hub Chevrolet Compan Inc. -'

'" And one really needed civic im-

; ; provement is the installation of

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CorporationContinued -- I sweet potatoes in the Everglades of ial deluxe' standard sedan., Other Miner, Jr., _,.._;:' _, ... hope, to grow some successful crops
Sugar "'
which products there will be received in 'a short
are today cars -, A--- ;-- -- _. .
.. .
'. acute shortages; ,through use of ,AG. NEWS : ; SCHOOL SONG

( from page 1) I the facilities to be provided in the time.Mr.. Spooner stated that he and The Clewiston Chapter of."FFA' ,. ,,

phasized through the.meetings s ol new 'research and 'control) laboratories other dealers had been a bit apprehensive is still progressing in '''Its workona :On. Friday, ..September 26,. 1941 '.
will ;probably 'tome :the effect : 'laboratory plot. United' 9:45 all .
nutrition 'experts 'in' Washington. way as ;to the the defense :The at .students will 'meet on
"Only: ,from intimate knowledgeof and 'means to make a finished product program''would have on the' States Sugar Corporation was verykind the football. field. Please do not

the. area is obtained a full realization better than has heretoforebeen output of 'cars,, and were fearful and let 'us have' a'low.) ., Mr. I use bleachers,' they are. 'under, repair .

:of the potential possibilities available to the American that there would;: be,a shortage- of Kelly also1' ..let the :'chapter have the :

? of the':Everglades. With fertile people; we have learned how to the new, models. ,He was assuredat use of a Caterpillar tractor. The f.The foIlowing'aohgs ,will ,be kung

soil, adequate rainfall and,;plenteous produce vegetable oils and fats in the branch office that there boys 'fe' doing' 'the x* work and and J. '"(Continued on page 6)

sunshine -the lavish ;gifts ;of ;-nature'; the Everglades and! are 'hopeful that would be :plenty ,of cars for delivery.

are readily available in,, South the work of the new facilities' will all 'during the' remainder of, the.

Florida; :through the knowledgeand develop ways and means of pro- ,
ducing. better products of this class year.Mr.
experience already gained ''Spooner is renthullltstic'abC'ut: ,
than 'are available. .,
through our agricultural researchwe the new models, and says the new
are ;prepared to grow necessary; "Through. practical application of I cars are 'finer than ever, and trim "

products now denied the American I the 'findings of research and 'experimentation med with, plenty of chromium. He

people. and: through the knowledgeand the sugar industry already :has 'new'' trucks in stock. :
experience to be obtained from I of the Everglades has been placed I

the utilization of the facilities now I upon a sound, economic basis; School News- I '
being provided, we will learn hoirto ,through expansion of research and '

.make 'and use those products to I experimentation into other fields, .
better advantage than has been donein we are hopeful that the Evergladeswill Continued from- Page 4), .

the past. Through the work of I become more and more productive visions.

our existing research organization ." Fifth Grade .

have developed, on a commer-
we ,
I The fifth grade is planning to
cial scale, the production of lemon- HUB SPOONER DISPLAYS I plant both flowers and vegetables .
grass oil and recently have been NEW CHEVROLET MODEL : !
and have already picked their part
the only 'source of supply for this j
I of the plot; like the sixth 'grade,
essential oil. Studies "of
important Hub Spooner, manager of Hub they plan to' have a contest between .
our agricultural research organization -I Chevrolet Company, returned the ', boys and girls- .Richard.
have shown the to 'the
'way first of the week from Jacksonville, McLeod :and Louise ,'Jones'are their
of root-starches from
production where he viewed the new 1942 line leaders. Mrs. Arey is the sponsorof

of Chevrolet cars at the branch this grade, and ''the' officers are:

NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION display' rooms. The first '42 Chev- President, Herbert Walston; Sec- (fl fiae, in i\ I \

rolet will be placed on display in retary, :Billie Arnette; Treasurer,

NOTICE 'IS HEREBY GIVEN, That Clewiston today; it will be a spec- Billy Toulis; and Reporter, Charles AIR I I o \
the regular Biennial School District : i
Elections will be held on the first I 1
Tuesday after the first Monday in ,I
November A. D. 1911, being: the 4th .:N:N:N:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:N:N:N:N:N:N:N:..:..:..:N:MN:N:N:.:.:..:N:N:N:N:N:NN:N:N:N:N:NN:N:N:N:N::N:N:N:N::..:N:N:.I CONDITIONEDDependable -
day of November, A. D. 1941. Said ? ,
Election is for the purpose of electIng f I
Trustees for each Spec- i'I orn/o1W 0't
three (3) .. y
ial Tax School District in Hendry
County, Florida, and for the further _
purpose of either favoring the mill- '
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All qualified electors residing with.I X'" Low Fares -
in any School District in Hendry + :
County, Florida, whose voting regis .. .:.'
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a tax on either real or personal property I ':' .. '
within said District shall be 'entitled y and the North. :
to vote In said election in his y
or her district. sreareo s,a, n iTws Northbound I
Trustees must be nominated by Petition 4E DID NOT i Lv. CANAL POINT '. 4:55 AM 1:25 I: PM .
of five (5) or more persons Vy D T'T ORIGINATE Ar.TAMPA . ". 10:10.AM 655PM. Costs Less than
qualified to vote in the election. The ; Ar. LAKELAND : ., 9:10 AM 5:50'PM Driving.
Petition must be filed with the Boardof y IN ITALy ORLANDO . 1050AM 7:45'PM .: \One Round
Public Instruction of Hendry Coun- b Ar. JACKSONVILLE .' .3.15PM 11:45 PM J Way Trip -
ty, Florida, at least 30 days priorto I' x Ar. TALLAHASSEE . '4 45 PM 12 59 AM
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date above set out. ':' '. .} JACKSONVILLE.. 4.70 8.50
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COUNTY, FLORIDA.By .i. f I : .i ORLANDO 2.95 5.35
C. E. WEAVER, i.:. :; ," '" ':' FOR All POINTS NORTH AND'WEST.ATLANTA 8.40 15.15
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I tickets to the football gaQiesf f' of the proud Seniors of '42.- Louise's 'Is Your Subscription Paid?

School News- i I order' to give you an !idea ,of hobby is corresponding; with certain .
(Continued from P l'e fc) Ithe material you ,will se'e; this year, people. -She likes all kinds of r

These .are :your choice: here is a list of, the boys? : who reported ., 'foods, especially: l ; candy. She plans wish .X -'.-,......*:..>:.->-e .>>).).:..X.e, : ..:_.y...... )o ..)o
for practice: ,to be a stenographer and we
'' God Bless America .(All '
John Bethea, Elbert HookerBill her all ,the luck in the world.

Grades.2. Aunt) Dina's Quilting Party'Perry, Sidneyv Belcher' James Elk--, .i.b
Dick Elkina,. Oliver Mirtinez, FACULTY P RSE ONALITIESRichard
Grade.) lusH
(Elimentary "
3. Hut Sut Song '()t. & S. High.) Talmadge, Burkett' Nick- SchfffH, I W. Turk :
"' Cantrell and The coach-for the last three' :
4. Playmates, .[.B.Ietnentfcry Richard Pape; Gus I
Leonard Westbury. yearsot our football team '
Grades.' education In Fremont, Ohio, GOLF "
5. Down by the Old Mill Clewiston's team 'will not 'be CLEWISTON
where he born. At the of
Stream (Jr. and Sr. High.) heavy this year as it has been in was age
6. Clewiston High School "Tig- former years, but it- will be light thirteen he entered a junior high
era" fall in line.. and fast. school in Toledo, Ohio, where he '

7. Amapola (Jr. and Sr. High.), Clewiston may hold her head high finished his secondary education. 1 : COURSE J
8. Star Spangled Banner-1st for we are the only school in the After attending Rollins Collegehe : ': '. ii iij
Junior '
Verse (All Grades.) state to have a lighted field for a taught in the Memorial .y. .
Orlando, Fla., for < .
High School in
We have time left in the six: man team, although it is rumored .
may six months, 'in Winter Park for :: ," ; .;.
Haven in
after the above has been that Moore may put : ,
period of other lights this year. three months, and in Clewiston } : ::: .-.............. :(
completed. Think songs '' ,. .
for,-this, will round out three .. 'i,: .
1 year
that we. all know.VAMSHIG. Here's hoping we will see you < .1.
I' October 3 when our cheer leaders years. :j; b
HERDS swing out to swing the tigers on! I During the summers of 193940he .1.
The picture shown to the elementary -I Oct. '3-Jupiter, (here.) attended school in Toledo, Ohio, Y Y h
school "this week showed Oct. 10-Moore Haven (there.) taking graduate work; this past -
animals now exinct and told why Oct. 17-Everglades (there.) summer he attended the University -
animals become extinct. It told Oct. 24-Pompano (there.) of Florida, and has now completed Open to the Public
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of the work of the National Wild Oct. 31-Jupiter (there.) twenty-one hours on his 'III: ] I:

Forests, and of, the Biological Sur- Nov. 7-Everglades (here.) master's degree.Mr. I'
vey In protecting such game ani- Nov. 14-Open. Turk met his wife at a I
mals as buffalo, deer, bear, elk, Nov.. 21-Pompano (here.) summer resort, Indian Lake, Ohio. Y h
turkeys, and mountain sheep. It Nov. 26-.-Moore Haven (here.) They were married on August 25, Y h

showed methods of protection, win 11940. Y Y.. h h
ter feeding grounds, and areas set SENIORS SKETCHES His hobbies are: golf* football, .1.
Producer: basketball, pipes, and hunting.His .:. ". ,. 11 h
aside for game reserve. Louise Roath, one of Clewiston's 1
U. S. Department of Agriculture. favorite star is Wallaca +. ... ):
I fairest, was born in Topeka, Kan- }.
Berry.He Y
sas, on January 19, 1924. She 1 h
devotes much of his social Y h
SPORTS came to us during her junior high : Moderate .
time to the Kiwanis Club and the Green Fees :i:
Have you bought your season I years and has remained to be one i

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Frat Fred-So you gave my :_!:
United: States Sugar CorporationNOTICE secret away?
Soror Sue-I didn't hive it away.
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I exchanged it for another one. '
To the,Holders of Common Stock of "
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corporation, will be' held at the office of the Corporation, 19-21 YY YY s,hYY
Dover Green, Dover, Delaware, on Tuesday, October 21, 1941 at l
,: Twelve o'clock Noon, Eastern Standard Time, and that the purposes 'I I h}
: of such meeting or any adjournment .adjournments thereof will be I 1::: ...: ::
to consider and act upon the following matters : : !: ..'. '++
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1. To adopt an amendment to Article Third of the Certificate of :"' \ '1" !'
: Incorporation by adding certain corporate objects and purposes with :i::: :ii:::

products respect to; growing, manufacturing and dealing in certain additional :ii:::::. I ALL ELECTRIC :' ;' :i::_:

;:' ', 2. To adopt an amendment to Article Fourth of the Certificate of '.". .' ., .:- ".:."..1..
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; Incorporation of the Corporation, increasing the authorized capital HOME b
t stock by adding anew class of 500,000 shares of Preferred Stock, '"' : '' .J. .1....
f- with par value of'$25 per share, to be issued in Series, including '' \ C} '\ .1...

-200,000 shares_ of' Series A of. such Preferred Stock, stating the :;::;t: ... 44S. ,.- ;,"f ': it' t' ;} l:' :ii:::

k' designations, preferences and relative, participating,' optional and ':.';4 ':;, t ', : .' .. '. 0 I." ." ,' t <;. .:. 1.'
',- ,other special rights, and the qualifications, limitations and restric- .i"1' '- .- ....

f', thereof tions thereof, and ,authorizing with respect the'to Board such Preferred of Directors Stock to determine and Series the A :i;:::;:: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that :::

;, same with respect to any other series thereof; *::*_: takes care of both the work and, the pleasure of the :_i::}.

:3. To adopt an amendment to Article Eighth of the Certificate of ::b
: Incorporation of the Corporation by adding a provision permitting :. : home, and one that will do everything quickly, efficient- :?::
t'.:' indemnification of officers and directors against liabilities incurred 'i':i.: ly' and economIc a II y. .:..):..
by reason of their being officers or directors; YY +f

.4. To authorize the officers of the Corporation to execute and file :;::: One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or :;::i:
Certificate Certificates of Amendment
-an appropriate or 'and to do J. .1'
.) such other acts as they may deem necessary or desirable to make ._::;: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :i:::

i.,.:,, the:.5. To above-mentioned adopt amendments amendments to the By-Laws effective of; the Corporation, making =:i::::i:: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY is :_::i:

:-:, certain provisions with respect to the rights of the holders ::* one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. **

of Preferred Stock, $25 ,par value, the number of and methods of
:- electing Directors, the indemnification of officers and directors the
manner of giving notice of stockholders' meetings, and various other i That is why it 'is so easy to have and enjoy a home I II

matters; :t::!:, that is all electric and modern. .. :;:;
6. To consider ancj, if thought advisable, to approve the Tenth An- I ''.'. ....
(nual Report of the Corporation, copies of which have heretofore ::::;: :. :::i:
:' been sent to all stockholders, and the matters therein contained; I s. A._.

:" 7. To consider and, if thought advisable, to approve the minutes of ; fII
the meetings of the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors =: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- '
;: and of the Board of Directors and the acts and actions therein II
: authorized and/or approved; :Xf hy_ f+

<.. :8. To elect directors of the Corporation in accordance with the By- I Ii:::;: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. :YV:i:
Laws as amended or if said By-Laws be not amended then in accord- I .: = i
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with the
ance present ByLa'Nsand ; Y.: Y:
to transact such other and further business as may properly come ._:. :' .t1'V ;
; before the meeting or any adjournment or adjournments thereof. '.:".',1. J.1.
The Board of Directors has fixed September 22, 1941, as the record .:.,.. r 't"t'
1" J
'.'-, date for the determination of stockholders entitled to notice of and to :: : ,'" IQ

vote at such meeting. Only holders of Common Stock of reco-d at the \\.1.'i..... ',' ': ..... {.t
'.) dose of business, on such dale will be, entitled to vote at such meeting. I ; :.t '("
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... By Order of the Board of Directors.WILLIAMT. : ..; '"
t September 24, 1941. BITTING, Secretary. ii--_ G1ades_ Power and Light C 0.-

Copies of the proposed amendments to the Certificate of Incorporation .1.... .' .n.,.;.
-' and By-Laws, in substantially the form to be submitted to the
;meeting, have,been mailed to all holders of record of Common Stock .=.4.:. ) 'At}''
and are available for inspection at the office of the .:.. '"':
Corporation, 19-21 .. &. 7I .
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TRADES IN Everyone bigger, ,
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And the Navy pays you good money
while you'learn.

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I A. R. Broadfoot left Wednesday I work room and store-room and 'the !the Sunniland Council, will be and requirements covering the ad- .1

night for Jacksonville where he has garments now being completed on heard at eight o'clock Tuesday | ministration of the law and anyone' 11

been transferred by the U. S. En- the fourth ,quota. Mrs. Harper ''evening in the civic center. An interested should contact the superintendent :

( Personals J gineers.D. visited the school to encourage the excellent attendance is expected. of public instruction '

(Junior Red Cross which is just I for detailed information. ',

W. Beardsley arrived this getting underway. :
week from Chicago to spend the Joining the visitor for lunch at '
Navy Begins- '<- '
Emmett Shelley was a week-end winter here with his son, J. E. the Inn were Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. New Laws Explained i ,.,,:

visitor in Miami Beardsley, and family. Duff, Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, Mrs. '. "

j W. H. Lanier, Mrs. H. R. Hall, (Continued from
: Local page 1) y
Dr. 0., W. Rigby, spent the weekend Leonard Russell of Tampa ,has Mrs.; A. L. Hackett,- ,- ,and Mrs., K. By LegislatorBy month. This monthly figure .is actually -

; at his, home in Miami. been: transferred- here as 'a' drafts Bowden.: Elbert L. Stewart, ''t worth much more when it is
iJ in the sub-office of U. S. En- c
man I remembered that the
Representative Hendry County I ; nan has fewliving
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lanier: and; ,L gineers. He began .work this TAKING FLYING COURSE expense and is provided with

Miss Lee Pridgen spent Sunday. 'r week. I the finest of medical:: and dental }.

In Miami. : I Pat McGehee, Clewiston youth SPECIAL ASSISTANCE FOR care. r

I..I.. Lt. J. W. ''Beardsley returned this i(who I has had some flying expedience EDUCATION OF CHILDREN "When you consider the size of '

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Wilson were I week ;from Orlando and is placed I has enrolled in the Embry- this country and the fact that the

Sunday visitors in West Palm on: inactive duty with the Army.He I I I Riddle School of Flying in Miami Recognizing the surprisinglylarge Navy will select only 15,000 ap-
Beach. ; is an officer in the reserves and and is taking a pilot's course. plicants a. month from times r 7J
,1 number of children who many
,[was recently called for service but I I Pat is a graduate.of th'e.Clew. are that, number throughout the Unit- ; '
physically handicapped the 1941
Mr. and Mrs., Otto Larsen spent :,[.failed' to pass the physical exami- iston High School, and is the elder enacted which ed States, the quotation, 'Many are
legislature legislation .,
Miami. nation"; of' Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mc-
the week-end with friends in r. I son called but few chosenwill "
) are apply .
attempts to provide special assistance I .
[Gehee. He. has taken flying lessonson
to local
for the education of these young men interested._
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Maxwell of several 'occasions and has flown ,j

Mrs. Hansel McDuffie and Mrs. Miami spent the week-end here !250 hours during the past 'year or children.

Gorda Collins were visitors in West I with their daughter, Mrs. Glen I so. The county board of public instruction LOT .14,,,BLOCK 505 FOR SALE- -.]

Palm Beach yesterday afternoon. Etherton and family. The Max- of each county is directedto Near railroad station. Make'me ','

I ascertain the names and needs an offer Mrs. Thos. H. Dawson, -: ....
wells were en route to Miami following PURCHASES HOME: .
Mrs. Clarence Benbow and chil- a visit in Battle Creek, of such children and to provide 827 llth Street North, St. Peters-

dren, Charles and Shirley, were visitors special educational facilities, suchas burg, Fla. It. ,Y
Michigan. I
Miss Ruth Knight has purchased
in West Palm Beach Saturday. I transportation, special books, 'j
I a lot and four-room home on Pasa-
) I special seats, teaching supplies and FOR RENT.-Large room furnishedfor
who I ';1
Miss Frances Morgan, re- dena Avenue now occupied by Mr. '
W. L. Lott t
Dr. and Mrs. were
whatever is two
Palm Beach Sat- I cently returned from a two weeks' and Mrs. F. W. Mueller who will Lip reading, persons. Separate en- ,
in West
visitors trance. Across
speech correction, sight conservation highway from Hen-
strip, to Mexico City, was a visitor move soon into one of the new I :
wrday. and correct health habits dry County Motors. Phone 102.
lin I I Clewiston yesterday. Miss Mor- sugar corporation houses. Mr. and ,
to be stressed. chil- Mrs. Catherine M
Mrs. J. A. McGehee and Miss gan drove her sister, Miss Margaret Mrs.C.. E. Miner and family will I Handicapped *:. Jarvis. tfn. /
dren those
with sound mind
Runelle McGehee spent Monday in Morgan, to West Palm Beach after occupy this home, the house in are I ,
but whose functions
Palm Beach. a,visit in Moore Haven. which they have been living having are I
West j f impaired to such extent to
-- i.been sold by J. A. Stone to Mr. and an as I Dr. F. D. Gudbaur '
make them unable to secure an )
Mrs. R. E. Waldron Miss RO- : Mark ,Emrich.
HELD MEETING THURSDAY education ,in regular classes of the Optometrist '
berta George and Mrs. Hubert ,
Land were visitors' in West Palm -' I WINNIE AYERS CIRCLE public schools. Glasses Scientifically Fitted and

Beach Thursday. The Clewiston Garden Club ,MEETING AT MRS. CLARK I The law will be administered cooperatively Repaired-Broken lenses :

held its first meeting of the club by the county school Duplicated ,
Miss Marcia Avant and Mrs. C. year yesterday afternoon in the I The Winnie Ayers Circle of the I board, the state superintendent of Office Hopkins Bldg., Clewiston

E. Lear were business visitors in Community Center with Mrs O. A. Baptist Missionary Society met at I I public instruction, the state boardof Every 'Thursday-day and
Jones presiding. Hostesses for the health and the state board of evening appointments.J. .
West Palm Beach Thursday the: home of Mrs. O. A. Clark Tues- }I
noon. after-j meeting were Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, day afternoon. !social welfare.

Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. R. M. I There are certain regulations
After a short business meeting
Bishop, Mrs. W. E. Bolton and Mrs.!
Mrs. E. -------
Patterson and
Mrs. R. Y. games contests were enjoyed.Mrs.
Mills and Mrs. Carl H. Berner c'l Keathley Bowden. Cornette, circle chairman for .:NNNNNN.. .. .. .. .. :NN.. :NNNN.. .. .. :..:..:..:-:-:-:-:-:-:..:..:..:..:. M. COUSE
Reports from various committees v
visitors in West Palm Beach Mon- !the past church :year, was given a .
were given. .'. ., Counselor and Attorney at Law
(handkerchief shower in
day. Mrs. W. C. Owen, who will be in appreciation t!
charge of the rose order again this of her fine work. :i: 1h!@ &t Hopkins Building

Miss Martha Nell ,Alston left Refreshments were served by the Wednesdays and Saturdays
Sunday for Miami Beach where she year, announced that the order for hostess to Mrs. D. B. Allen, Mrs.R. I ::: SPAGHETTI DID NOT ORIGINATE :::

'_ enters her junior :year: at Barry i roses. will be taken on Monday, J. Blount, Mrs. O. A. Clark, ;.i'; : IN ITALY 0:80 to 4:00
October 6. Anyone order who y
College for Women.if; may Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Mrs. W. G. :: X
,will come to her home on that day : Macaroni is believed to have AX :
A.I Mathisr Mrs. W. F. Nail, Mrs. M.
and her ::: been introduced into t; --
Mrs. H. place order, paying for the Italy by':
Mrs. M. D. Royal, i, A. Thomas, Mrs. Clayton Waters,
roses at the time. The bushes will 4{ early Greek colonists. The !:! CLEWISTONTEiNING
C. M. Jarvis 'I
Shari Land Mrs.
Land, j j V. E. Bryant, Mrs. Richards'and I
Thurs- J be 16 cents each this year, and ,,1\Irs., ;::Chinese were acquainted with t; & PLUMBING_ SHOP
and Miss Marcia spent Mrs. T. C. Mh sgrav '. .
afternoon in West Palm Beach i since the money must be sent' with I > the dish in pre-Italian times. :?::

day t the order, each person must pay !BAPTIST LADIES GIVE I II ::: 1.-"Handy Book of Curious J I Anything in Plumbin Fixtures

for her at ,the time the orderis ':* Information" ..- William, S. .!.
Charles W.. Benson spent: the :, roses SHOWER FOR MRS. MEADOR I Prompt, Efficient Service

week-end with relatives in Braden- given. I I I.S* Walsh. .:
ton. Mrs. Fred Topper accompanied i! Mrs. ,''E. L. Stewart, ,,;,J*Irs, :Leah. Mrs. H. C. Meador was given a ._:N'......N..................-..........-!.-..:..-.. .. ..-..NNMNNNN. . ...:.:.1 1.7. ,
him and visited her son, 'Spicer and Mrs. F. Deane, Duff.gave I I :_ -
stork shower --------------------------------
surprise by the ladies --------------
suggestions for planting ,In home, :
Hay Clark and family. I 'of the Womans Missionary Union
gardens. Mrs. G. B. Rackstrawgave
of the First Baptist Church at the, !
Mrs. W. C.Nall and children, the correct pronunciation and -
I home of Mrs. W. F.: Nall last J STRICTLY CASHOn
meaning of the word "nomenclature. -
Miriam and Billy, Mrs. S. C. Stalls Wednesday afternoon. j

and daughter visitors, Peggy, of in Moore Clewiston Ha- The. members attending and ,their 1! Several games and contests werj : and after October 1 1941 all

ven, were Mrs. J.E.. j played, after which Mrs. Meador work will be done cash basis.I
Sunday.Mr. guests were Beardsley, on strictly a ,, .
opened the gifts
I Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. R. M. many presentedto

and Mrs. H. J. Oglesby left Bishop, Mrs. K. Bowden, Mrs. E. her in an attractive basket. am grateful to my many customersfor

Monday for a visit with their son, W. Durst, Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Mrs.A. Refreshments were served to the their patronage but circumstances
Mrs. Meador
guests: J
L. Hackett, Mrs. O. A. Jones
Vincent J. Oglesby, who is a private -
Mrs. Arthur King, Mrs. V. C. Wood- forces do with credit business.
in Uncle Sam's Army, and Mrs. E. E. Kelly, Mrs. H. C. Kol- me away
ward, Mrs. Fred Mrs. H. H.
stad, Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. Topper,
stationed at Gunther Field, Ala lOtto
: Larsen, Mrs. W. L. Lott, Mrs.) C. Phillips, Mrs. E. M. Cornette, Mrs. Shorty's ,Barber ShopT.
I. S. Bell, Mrs. W. J. Blount, Mrs.
L. McLendon, Mrs. Z. G. Meredith
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle and daughter, ,
Emma Jane, Mrs. G. B. Thomas Mrs. J. 1". Morrison, Mrs. N. V. S. Vernon Bryant, Mrs. W. J. FObison'l C. MUSGRAVE, Mgr.
:Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot .
:and Mrs. Keathley Bowden were Mumford, Mrs C. J. Nielsen, Mrs.'
t (Davis, Mrs. J. H. Davis, Mrs. Paul,
visitors Saturday West Palmleach. W. C. Owen, Mrs. W. W. Perry,

_. I ., M. j!&TI ,1.b.11iI" I Mrs. G. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. ,F. M. !Mrs. W. W. 'Perry, Mrs. W. G. :N:N:N: :N:N:M:M:M:N N:M:N:N:N:N: :N:N:N:N:M:N:M:N N : :..: :N:.:N:N N N:N N N:N:M:N:N:N:N:N:N N:N:N:..:N:.
_AI" :. I jMathis, Mrs. M.., C. Allen, Mrs. W.
Rodriguez Mrs, R, N Smith Nrs.- I
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Allen; Mrs. Andrew Beery, Mrs.
Mrs. Grace Lutz and Mr. and L. L.: Spicer, Mrs. E. L. Stewart, |' ..

Mrs. Gilbert Buckley of Indianapolis Mrs. J. F: Tippey, Mrs. R. W. 'R. M. Bishop, Mrs. M. A. Thomas, :::: CLEWISTON MOLASSES-FED :
Mrs. C. R. Krueger, Mrs. G. :
spent a few days in Clewis- Turk, Mrs. W. E. Dilley, Mrs. W:
ton this week visiting Mr. and Mrs. D. King and Mrs. C. W. Mc-' Wenzloff, Mrs. Andrews, Mrs. C. E'I _

W. Dean King. Sheehan. I-P,) :t H.I*:'irv, Pirkle Mrs." 9*. A, Qlarkr! Mrs." P21 :1 HAMBURGERS; IQc- Each :

Clark, Mrs. G. E. Collier, : 11 "" f ,
Mr. and Mrs. Hub Spooner were PRE-SCHOOL STORY HOUR (Iw. Hodges, Mrs. M. ,C. Vowell, I'i. SOMETHING NEW IN A SANDWJCS TREAT ..

visitors in West Palm Beach Saturday C. S. Waters, Mrs. H. V. Turner '

Jacksonville,' Mr. Spooner for a short going business,on to'', This week the pre-school age Mrs., Mrs.E. P.W.Beer R.. Broaderick, and ,_ A AND B SANDWICH SHOP f'f'J .

story hour heard the
!trip. .-., ,-w:! ';" =: __," "I"f i j. Peter Rabbit.group The illustrations "Taleof ,I :::: Watch for The Opening of Our :;:'

Mrs. Andrew Beery left Satur-I} of "Chicken Little: were,Red Cross- _::: Bowling Alleys. :_:
completed in the scrap books, and
I .
day for her home' in Savannah, ,
, after spending a week here with : awards for the months attendancewere i c-:-i..:..jM.M>*..:-:..i-:..:M:..!-!MJMr..j...jMjMjRIGHT..:..:..:-:-:-:-:.;:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: -:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..: :.:..:.
given to Linda Lee, Marjorie (Continued from Page 1) :
Mr. and Mrs. E.' P.
Beery and son, } Brown and Ronald Hare. addition to chairmen and work

Gene. I Next week the story .The Three ers, representatives of social agen- .: : :..: :..:..:..:..:.:..:-:..:-:..: :.:..:.:.:..:..:..:.:.:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :.-:..)

Miss Hazel Prince spent the weekend Little Pigs" will be illustrated. cies, local governmental officials :,?_. :
Those present were Linda Lee, and others interested are urged to I :
in. Miami, visiting Mr. and
Marjorie Brown, Mary Jean King, attend. Miss Moses is one of the .
Mrs. W. M. Redelsheimer. Mr!. .i SEASON I
Redelsheimer and daughter, Patty, Agnes Ann Hackett, Ronald Hare, most experienced members of the
national disaster staff and the .
Gene Fuller and Wayne King.
returned with her for a few days f
visit with friends here. local chapter is indeed fortunate to :::
t RED CROSS REPRESENTATIVE have her services In connection L To think about your :

with the institute. She is loaned :
Frank Smith and Hubert Land,
who have been in Lakeland for a :' I to the chapter: service for impor- :; WINDSTORM PROTECTION :::
Maria D. Harper, special tant roll call assignments and : .
few weeks on airport work, '
survey ::
field representative of the American chapter studies when not engagedin X
homes I
returned to their in
Red Cross, paid the Clewiston disaster relief work. She :
serv- : How fixed if real fall
iston this week. are you some ::
f I chapter an unexpected visit ed as acting executive secretary of :

I 3tfr. and Mrs. W. N. Martin are yesterday while on an Itineraryof the Miami chapter for a few months ? I
I South Florida. Her to :f blows come? ::'
-parents of a baby girl who was trip the in 1935-36. : X

.. born Friday, September 19, in the chapters is a contact with national ._. .

'l Clewiston Emergency Hospital. The I headquarters in regard to produc- Good Response On :,:. ;
r, babyweighed 5 pounds, 3 ounces tI tion work and Is also a preliminary i

and has been named Donna Gayle. to the conduct of a disaster Cub Scout Pack :}.
preparedness institute and to the
I Mrs. "N. -V. S. Mumford returnedthis annual roll call. .. = Phone 66 for Ruth Beardsley or :

week from a trip to Chicago Mrs. Harper stated that the Form letters sent out last week :,. Art Lawrence.Beardsley ::: -

to visit her daughter, Miss Eleanor chapter's production work has been ,to parents of boys of Cub Scout':' .f.

i, Mumford. Her son Van, who ac- splendid and compares favorablywith age, between nine and twelve years, :,'J.. ,..' ..J..
companied her as far as Asheville larger localities. "The amountof s .
apparently created considerable interest
t on the trip, returned to Providence work done and the quality of and the accompanying : : Insurance :|i:

where he is a senior in Moses the work is most Impressive," she blanks have been filled out by a ;

Brown School. Mrs. Mumford's stated. large, number of parents. .:= :I i:
I mother, Mrs. 13. 'M. Blake, of Asheville Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, chapter I The instructional meeting for :I i Agency ;
came to Clewiston with her chairman, and Mrs. F. D. Duff, these parents, to be conducted by I'rtt

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B. Marriage is an education. Yes, you "
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These Days
Mr. Meeker-So you're lost, little All Zones
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I to the number of shares owned by will provide the corporation with I Scout Leaders' To I Couse of Moore Haven and Rev.
Stock To BeContinued registered holders will be imposed, I,a well diversified line essential A. M. Glisson of LaBelle speakers.The .
but if excess subscriptions are received products used in the food, feed, I Have Training Course meeting on October 23 will
( from page 1) the first allotment will be'(chemical, plastics, paper, textile be held in Felda with Fred L.
on the basis of one share of new and other industries. 1 Treat, Sunniland council executivethe
31, 1955, or the convers-
December to each 10 shares of com- I .
preferred speaker.On
ion of 150,000 shares of Series A: I Officials of the Glades-Hendry
2 shares of common stock thereafter mon or J/4 share of present $5 :P.-T. A. Honors Boy Scout district and the Sunni- \ October 30 Chet Perry and
to December 31, 1960. preferred; the balance of available I land Council have announced a I John Shutt of Fort Myers will
stock will be prorated on the same I I training course for scout leaders speak at the LaBelle meeting.On .
No underwriting costs are pro- j
Vided as two of the largest stockholders -( basis. I (Continued from page 1) 1 which will be held in a series of 1 November 6 the meeting will
Charles Stewart Mott and I Of the proceeds It is estimated \Spooner, Miss Evelyn Burhans, Mrs. meetings beginning October 2, and ,be held in Moore Haven with FredL.
Clarence R. Bitting, have agreed toj I that more than $2,500,000 will be ,Livonia Holstine, and Mrs. Char- ending November 6. '. Dunaway of Felda 'and Fred
purchase, at the same price offered used for'capital Investments in ;i lotte Walston. Mrs.. Margaret Arey The first meeting will be held at I Treat as the speakers.
to stockholders, sufficient shares I connection with an expansion and was not present because of illness, LaBelle on October 2 with talks
to assure an original Issue of 150- diversification program of the corporation and Mrs. Marjorie Bjornson aDd :by John Shutt, assistant executiveof _
000 shares. The registration statement -] In addition to present Mrs. Mary Baker were also absent. I the council and W. C. ,Owen. ,
discloses that the Mott and products, consisting of raw sugar, !district commissioner. MECHANICAL
Refreshments of tea, coffee, I
Bitting interests own approximately molasses, lemon grass oil and cattle I The October 9 meeting will be ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNS
sandwiches and cookies were served
75 per cent of the presently out-I feed, the corporation purposes to i from beautifully appointed tea held in Moore Haven with Scout- I Maps' Estimates
standing common stock. extend Its activities to Include the a master Charles Benson of Clewis.
table. Mrs. C. E. Miner and Mrs.R. JOHN H. DOTY
Subscriptions for the new Series|production of sweet potato starch, Eton I and Fred Betterton ,of' Fort 1 .
A stock will be restricted to registered -I 1 vegetable oils and fats, protein I H. Knight pouring. (Myers making the talks. __ Engineering Consultant
stockholders. No limita-I'meals, additional_ cattle feed, solvents !! Despite rather .inclement. ; weather 1 On October 16 the meeting will"j Hopkins Bldg. Cleulston, Fla.
tion in the way of rights related I 1 and alcohol. This program there was' a' large attendance. be held in Clewiston with J. M..




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