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: October 10, 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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: : Pullman Service Into II I I JUPITER IN OPENING

; GAME .FRIDAY 5820The

Clewiston After Nov. 2

I Clewiston Tigers, opened
(0; their season last Friday night on:

First Regular First-Class Cadets Attend Theatre the home gridiron by soundly-
trouncing the Jupiter team 58-2D; ,,
Service In History In Miami
ThursdayA I
I i thus showing that the Clewistonlads

I of EvergladesClarence I will prove pretty tough competition --

group of cadets from the Rid- fot' any team they may

dle-McKay Aero,, College were takento meet this season.It .

R. Bitting. President, '." I was the Tiger's game all the,
Miami last night, largely in
United States Sugar Corporation, I way and with fleet-footed John

said yesterday that the Atlantic private cars, for the showing of "A Bethea leading the touchdown parade -

Coast Line Railroad has agreed -to Yank In the RAF" and included 'in ''r Ntar'yly it was not difficult to run up'
supply new Pullman service directto the group was one veteran of Dun- MIV the score on the visitors and give-

the heart of the Everglades. The kirk, Sgt. Rumble, who was on the most of the squad a chance to playa

schedule calls for daily sleeper last boat back to England. MajorA. portion of the game. Bethea.

service comprising an eight section, 'B. Fanstone, his successor Major scored five touchdowns, Perry two,,

Broiler-Buffet, and Lounge Com- Burdick, G. Willis' ,Tyson, supervisor -./ ;, '. Belcher 1 and Waldron 1. .

partment Combination Pullman of the school and other officials The Jupiter team was more than

operating between Jacksonville and also attended the show. a ,match for the Clewiston team In

Clewiston; the first South-bound Cadet 'Riggwhose size but showed a lack of practiceand -
leg was broken -
trip will leave Jacksonville at 10:30 may prove to be much more-
I last week: when he bailed out
p. m., November:! 2nd, arriving of his disabled plane and Cadet formidable later in the season.
Clewiston at 9:00 o'clock the next s
During the half the crowd was-
Barrass whose leg was broken in a
morning; the first Northboundtrain I
football game at the school were entertained by a demonstration of
will leave Clewiston 6:00'
taken to Miami by Dr.O. F. Schiffli English rugby football by a groupof
p. m., November 3rd, arriving in I : cadets from Riddle-McKay field..
and occasioned a'great deal of attention I
Jacksonville at 6:45 the following The Tigers to Moore Haven
as they sat in the lobby ofj I go :
morning; thereafter, daily service I in
the Lincoln Theatre on' the Beach tonight to play the first game
will be available in both direc-
while '''hundreds of theatre-goers that city under lights. Always a
tions. The schedule permits con- I '
autographed the casts which were tough game when the two teams
nections at Jacksonville with all ,
the first this
one season
still their
on injured legs. The
fast trains serving the East, North
promises to be exception despitethe
of)Miami Beach made short
i mayor a G. WILLIS ,TYSON
and West. defeated ...
fact that the Terriers were
talk during the show and introduced -
In making the announcement, Mr. of the cadets, and The 'all-British aviation training ,school just getting, under way near in their opening game 320at
Bitting ,stated that he hoped this many newsphotographers here is under the management of G. Willis 'Tyson, a flight commanderat Eau Gallic.
made number of
would encourage 'more people to a ',' Riddle Aeronautical Institute at Carlstrom Field since its opening The probable starting line-up
visit the Everglades and inspect the pictures. about six. months ago.' While the school here is British owned it is
will likely be the same as that
largest Sugar-house in the United Among those driving cars to take operated under the, direction of the Embry-Riddle Co., owners of the, with

States. 'Last year over' 29,000 cadets to Miami were Mr. and Mrs.A. schools at Carlstrom and Dorr Fields, near Arcadia. Mr. Tyson is now which started against Jupiter
I (Continued from Page 5)
his home in Clewiston.
'visitors registered practically all W. Lawrence, Arthur H. King, ,

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( on Page

10)i i Miss Helen Moses .1 8 Candidates QualifiedFor

I No Damage Done By Conducts InstituteMiss

School Trustees
Helen Moses, representative'of ,

I',. Tropical:: Disturbance the American Red Cross, con -
ducted a disaster, institute here on 0 -
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Friday afternoon of, last week, at I MUCH INTEREST BEING SHOWN
I ',, 'r _. .' ).
r'- ? -"v ??* r' the Community Center, the ,
Kiwanis ConventionDiscussed Clewiston and LaBelle' Chapters. { ;. .4TH.
64 MILES PER HOUR I I Miss Moses,. who ,has played an I More TIuuvrl000.00Postmaster :;; ; l '-'_ < ..'.. .. ,_

RECORDED HERE I At MeetingAt important part in disaster work ford I Qualified electors, of the Clewis-

I a number of years'in, the Red Cross, I I A., W. Sias reportedthis ton school district will 'select three
A number
of citizens lost
a goodnight's
board of trustees at
outlined the disaster relief set-up week that postal receipts at members of a ,
sleep, others lost their labor the regular Wednesday night '
I and emphasized the fact that hurricanes Clewiston's second-class: postofficewere the regular school election on November
in boarding up plate glass windowsin of the Kiwanis Club final for numberof
meeting 4th and not a
are not the only form of $9029.20 for the first nine
stores and in homes but I
I preparations were made for the disaster which may come at any 1 months of this 'year as comparedwith years have there been ,so many
none of them complained as the
state convention at Orlando on time. Airplane crashes, train '8016.02 for the same period candidates for the position.The .
which threatened
tropical storm
I wrecks, fires or. any thing of the'kind This increase of qualifying deadline was
last year. is an
Monday morning passed far enoughto Sunday, Monday and Tuesday of I
in which the income of fiveor I. $1,013.18 or approximately 12.6 thirty days prior to the election on
the south of Clewiston that there next week.
I ''more families is cut off is regarded per cent. October 4th and at that time eight
was no damage whatever done here Those who plan to attend "the I by the Red Cross as a disaster petitions had been filed in the of-
or'in '' / During the time defense bonds '
the immediate vicinity. 'i convention from the local club for : fice of County Superintendent of

The U. S. Engineers" took their all or a portion of, the three-day I \ I have been 'on sale, since May 1 of Schools, 'C. E. Weaver, in La-
I The speaker also urged that all this year, the Clewiston office has I
usual precautions when the storm session are T. E. Markette, A. W Belle, with the following named as
available material and services be!I sold a total of $11,568.75 at issue
was reported and men were stationed -! Lawrence, J. E. Beardsley, Hub candidates: Arch Hodges, Mrs. M.,
listed ahead that confusion'
so 'no
at the' office here and at'each Spooner C. E. Miner, J. G. Niblack: j II! price. M. Prewitt, Carl Johnson, R. Y.__
would be caused if a disaster Business at the local office has '
of the hurricane gates for a I i A. 0., Ward, G. H. Brown, 'M. C.I I L Patterson, M. W. Bigg, Mrs.. E. C..,
strikes. Materials would include
i increased steadily for the past sev-
twenty-four hour period to record Doke, E. M. Cornette and J. F. Mills, 'W. C. Owen and E. M. Cor-
boats, trucks, blankets, clothing. eral years and there is little in the
wind velocities, watch lake levelsas Tippey.A nette. Nominations were made by
food, medical supplies, etc., and t present trend to indicate other than
they were affected by the wind current event quiz petitions signed by at least five--
news was services would' include particularly that the increase will continue.
and to man the gates when it be- conducted with J. G. Niblack the'' those people trained in disaster I qualified electors. '

came necessary. Some of the gates winner. j According to the.\ new school'
work and those who 'have had first )
at the mouth of drainage canals 420 Pounds Aluminum i code a candidate for trustee must
aid in the
training courses
were reopened after first closingin comjmunity. be a regularly qualified elector for

order that water being pumped Cadets Entertained At j I Donated 'By CountyFlorida voting in a districf millage election

into the canals by farmers could I Among those attending the meeting -! II and must bs nominated by a petition -

escape into the lake. The levees Fish Fry On Saturday!' were: Mr. and Mrs. G. Small, signed by at Jeast five quali-
Mrs.: Duff. Mrs. N. 'V. S. j: donated to
were also patrolled during the F. Deane housewives fied voters thirty days prior to the

high wind to keep a watch for I Mumford, Mrs. J; F. Morrison Mrs: ;the Government enough aluminumto election. Such an elector must:

erosion but none was reported.The Close to a hundred RAF cadets W. E. Dilley. M'rs. A,' L. Hackett I make more than 25 fighter have had his voting registration in

hurricane gate at Clewiston from the Riddle-McKay school were Mrs. ,Keathley Bowden, Miss Lucy'I planes during the Aluminum Recovery the county in which the election is:

reported the highest :wind velocityof guests of the Baptist Church at aj: Humble, Miss Hannah York, R. Y. j Drive, it was announced this j being held; must have paid a tax

any of the lake stations, shortly I fish fry on the church grounds: one i I Patterson, M. "E. yon Mach and J. !!week by George .L. Burr, Jr., executive -, on real or personal property for the
I E. of the Clewiston chap- ; director of the State Defense ,
Beardsley ,
after eight o'clock Monday morning Saturday evening of last week. I II year next preceding the year in

the gusts reaching velocity; of I Preceding the dinner Arthur' ter and Dennis Small, Bill Maddox,';Council. Hendry County's total'which the election is held (in this
Ii John 'Cole and W. D. Blount of I 420 pounds.
sixty-four miles per hour. The King conducted a program of gamesin was case 1940) and must possess all the-:
LaBelle. All of the LaBelle group Highest, conrtibutor per capita
which both the cadets local for voting
average velocity at the height of the and I qualifications necessary
blow was forty-four miles. I people participated and at the close i iI' are also members of the County was Charlotte County with .307 I in a regular general electIon.wiC 'Ai

of the session of games the cadets Defense Council. pounds. Second 'highest per capitawas is not considered eligible to
So far has been there
as reported I' Beach Coun- i
I II reported by Palm |I
formed a ring and sang several enjoyable 'vote unless she meets all the''' quali-
was no damage to the sugar I RAF I Charles Benson Speaks ty with .192 pounds and Glades !I and has paid
cane crop, the harvest of which songs. When dinner I fications of an elector
.153 pounds
will begin shortly, but, truck was announced the cadets paired I ,. County was third' with a tax on property which she holds
grow- I I
ers in the Pahokee, Belle Glade, I with local girls and women for" the I To Boy Scout LeadersCharles per Florida capita.with a total of 152,295.1pounds i j'title to, not jointly with her from hus,

South Bay and Lake 'Harbor I meal. ]band.; Anyone exempted
reported that a dust storm did con I Arch Hodges and M. C. Vowell, en.Clewiston";;: .collected ranked first among the j!all taxes is not permitted to vote
,.... scout ,the eight states comprising i I In addition to naming trustees
siderable damage to young beans with several assistants, had chargeof
master made a most interesting .Fourth Corps Civilian Defense Area
in each of the three school districts;
the fish fried
and other tender crops. There was cooking potatoesand '
as'to and
talk last night on Scout Leadership both total poundage
; electors will also be asked to ap*
little rain the coffee and did .
during storm or following an excellentjob. I I
at the weekly. meeting of district poundage per occupied dwelling j the millage set for each dis-
About three prove
it, a surprise to everyone hundred poundsof
scout leaders of the Glades-Hendry Louisiana placed a close second.
as these disturbances, even when mullet had been provided and I -. trict or to vote a new millage.
district at Mocre Haven. --
.[;. much farther away, are usually at- much of it 'was disposed of with Scoutmasters, troop committeemen GUARDS AT PLYING FIELD

tended by downpour of rain. bread, pickles and other things LEGION 'TO MEETAT
and others interested in Scout-
Planes Taken Out necessary for a fish fry. I ing are' now attending. these meetings The county commissioners: act- JACKMAN RANCH!

The progress of the storm was After the dinner many of the which are sponsored by the ing on recommendation of Sheriff I i ,
t watched closely by officials cadets and people of the !' The Clewiston American Legion
at young Sunniland Council. Due to circumstances Bill Maddox, Tuesday approved
Riddle-M 1{ay flying school and church gathered in the church ,for I beyond control neitherthe bonds of $1,000 each for Charles Post No. 93 will hold its October

leave was refused all Flight 1 cadets group singing. I district executive nor his assistant Yeomans, Ed Yeomans, and I. M. meeting next Tuesday night at six-

Sunday, they being asked to were able to attend this Crosby. Sheriff Maddox has depu- thirty o'clock at the ranch of J.

I stand by to fly out panes. Shortly BANK TO CLOSE meeting. Mr. Benson arranged the tized the three to act as guards at C. Jackman, eight miles south of

I after noon Sunday the planes entire program which included i Riddle-McKay Aero College, eight Road 25 on the Devil's Garden road.
I began leaving and were divided The Bank of Clewiston will be couple\ of scout games for the men miles west of .Clewiston. i Mr. Jackman is a member of the

1 r: up at various airports of the state closed all day Monday in observanceof which proved sufficiently strenuous. : Salaries of the guards are paid ,:local post and is entertaining its
(Continued on page 10) Columbus Day. I IJ (Continued on Page 7) i(by the college. \,, ; members at an outdoor barbecue.t..

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new national defense work experience program of the National SUNDAY LessonBy

w NG Youth administration, designed to fit young people for jobs in defense

R BE EN industries, has been put into operation. This new effort, the "Youth HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D.
GE SCREEN ADIO Dean of The Moody Bible Institute
Work Defense Program for which congress appropriated $60,000,000, *Chicago. ,
Washington,D. C. will supplement the regular out-of-school work program of the National By VIRGINIA VALE by Western Newspaper Union.)

1941's 'GREATEST TRAGEDY'You Youth administration. Young people, 17 to 24, who are U. S. citizens, (Released by Western Newspaper Union)

don't have to wait for his out of school and in need of employment, are eligible. of the Clouds" Lesson for October 12

torians to record the fact that the .,. "W'-_ ..a.ir4 ..... "CAPTAINS
) broughtthe
greatest tragedy of the year 1941as Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se-
war right home to ected and copyrighted by International
is concerned
far as this war ouncll of Religious Education; used by
the way the British have twiddled wood. More than 100 pilots oi Jrmisslon.

their thumbs, watched the Russians, the company who worked fora
and done almost nothing except CHRIST OUR SAVIOUR
in Canada are now in
Over three months have passed service pverseas. James LESSON TEXT-Matthew 20:25-23; Luke

since Hitler sent his mechanized Cagney, Alan Hale, George 19110.GOLDEN
TEXT-For God so loved the
masses hurtling across the Russian Tobias and Dennis Morgannow world, that he gave his only begotten Son,
border, and in that time the British would rather talk aboutthe I that whosoever believeth In him should not
sent only a trickle of help. perish but have everlasting life.-John 3:16.
Royal Canadian Air force than
Yet the British knew that pro
longed Russian resistance was the about anything else. They have so "I believe in God, the Father Al-

biggest chance they had of defeat- many friends in it! mighty, and in Jesus Christ
ing Hitler. They also knew that By the time the picture is released His only Son, our Lord I be-

Hitler's tactic always has been to virtually every one of the lieve in the Holy Ghost." How oftenwe

pick his victims one by one. Canadian fliers who appear in it have solemnly repeated these

Yet realizing this, the British have will be 'overseas. words in the Apostles' Creed, and

done virtually the same thing Poland M-r--* now appropriate it is that our pres-

did when Czechoslovakia was invaded Jean Phillips has finally taken it ent three month series of lessons on

what Jugoslavia did when for granted that she'll have to great Christian teachings should be- I

Bulgaria was invaded, and what change the color of her hair for gin last Sunday with a study of God,

Turkey did when Jugoslavia was each new picture. Naturally blonde, the Creator and heavenly Father,
invaded. They have merely sat on and continue today with Christ the

the sidelines, sent 200 airplanes, plusa Saviour, and present next Sundaythe

mission to Moscow, taken a good Holy Spirit, the Comforter.

long rest-and cheered. ---...__. ."",- S. S These are profound Christian

Second Front? truths, but at the same time they
Here in the NYA work center girls learn, through actual on-the-job :
Meanwhile, the general staff ad- are so simple as to be grasped by
visers of both the British and Amer- experience, how to operate metal machinery; ,the youngest child.I. .

ican armies have bluntly warned ,. ... ., ...... .
1t merfx y.. .Y\' .)a: Y a ? tnsww- -+- ; + r.i ,'S The Self-Denying Servant (Matt.
T .. t: i
that the Russians to be ,
were sure
,, .. "'a. Ia
Y'y : ;
r. :'T.w {
I + ; ++
; tY r
a.a, ; +
defeated unless a second front was : Scripture clearly teaches that
(; ;xr >c' t Y b o :! .X i.
created against Hitler. I
God's standards are not the sameas
This second front against Hitler % V {'rwtwti' $ + t a\ Cr'
t u t at {{ the world's standards, 'and that

meant, of course, a British expedi- '. 'Sfr A! His methods of operation are just
:jtx R {I Ir.YS sro)+Y tionary force landing in France, S the opposite of those of the world.

Holland or Spain. This questionhas r J All too often Christians and churches

been discussed carefully behind J u.y imitate the world both in principleand

the scenes, but the British have l1.KCuYtfl practice, with disastrous re

wanted two things: one was tanks, suits. Consider
most of theirs having been de- ; = 4: kiA .. : ,4yaa
1. The False Greatness of the
molished at Dunkirk the second
; World (v. 25)). "Rulers"-"greatness" -
has been an American Expedi- : i
; "exercise authority"howaltogether
tionary force to help them. ; up-to-date these words
The British did not really push
sound. They are the big and swelling
this idea of an A.E.F., for they JEAN PHILLIPSit's
words of the small hearts and
knew politically it was impossiblefor
Roosevelt. But nevertheless they been dyed four times for her minds which rule after the mannerof

did want company in attempting to last four films. She thought she this world. They epitomize the

land troops on the Continent. They could just be herself for "Sweater ambitions of the great majority of

had plenty of troops in England-in Girl," but June Preisser and Betty mankind, 'but they are definitely
Jane Rhodes have the other non-Christian. We see that as we
fact so many that there has been top
restlessness and bad morale be- )wr .na>r: ;Jnatda.s.oko,, roles, and they're both blondes. go on to consider

cause of inactivity.It Back to the hairdresser's for Miss 2. ,The Humility of True Greatness

is true that these troops are Phillips! (vv. 26, 27)). Service in the

not completely equipped and are 5' 5, .- I. spirit of humility and'self-sacrifice-

sadly'lacking in tanks. But there is Samuel Goldwyn-'has' acquired I this is the standard of Christ. Yes,

considerable, belief, that they were Learning the elements of Welding is one of the important rights to the'famous "off to work and it is His command to His fol.

-- equipped sufficiently to make a landing ing will help this youth; in dra/t-I I jobs in metal industries. ,The NYAis we go" song of the. 'little-men in lowers. To be great for Christ one

I in Spain from Gibraltar; and blueprints in the shop. giving youth this experience. "Snow White and the Seven must become the servant of others.

that in France the local people Dwarfs." It will be used as theme This teaching appears all through

would have risen up to welcome music for the seven droll professorsin Scripture (for example, see Luke,

them. as 4fw "Ball of Fire1 starring Barbara 4:11; John 13:13-17; I Pet. 5:5, 6).

However, all summer long the' Stanwyck and Gary Cooper. 3. Christ Our Example (v. 28). He

British have maintained an "after --7---:: paid the price of our redemption,
attitude. a .). to the death of fox
you, Alphonse" Meanwhilethe Y Twentieth Century-Fox sort ot going Calvary
situation in Russia has become .. us. From the highest glory which
a problem recently; Ginger
darker and darker-as every mili- ArY He had with the Father (John 17:5),
Rogers was to make one picture for
tary expert knew was inevitable.All He graciously stooped to deepest ignominy .
the company, and there just wasn'ta
of which brings up the vital as He became sin for us
good story for her. And Ginger'svaluable
question of exactly who is" the dom- property Soshe's (II Cor. 5:21). Throughout both His
inating factor in the now virtual life and His death He perfectly represented -
going to appear in a remakeof
Anglo-American alliance. We have that self-hum-
"Chicago which probably will
thrown a very large pile of chips i'iM'Y be called "Roxy Hart.' She's also bling service which He expects oi_
into the gamble on a British victory ( His followers.II. .
slated to start in "Self-Made Cin-
; yet no one seems to know derella," Lubitsch's first one for The Seeking Saviour. (Luke
whether the British are taking ad- Fox. 19:1-10)).

vice from us or whether we are tak- ,., There is much that is preciousand
ing orders from the British. Presi- '" beautiful to be said about oui

dent Roosevelt and Harry Hopkinsmay Too bad the off-stage dialogue of Lord, but perhaps nothing which

know, but if so they have not Informed Myrna Loy and William Powellcan't ,brings Him so close to needy humanity .
; x:95: 0. :' f) .SY
be used in "The Shadow of
those closest to them. y
as the fact that He had
the Thin Man." The other
"come to seek' and to save that
made in which Asta the
a scene ,
HITLER'S OIL PROBLEM which was lost" (v. 10). He was
famous dog, had to sit on Powell's
1. Ever Interested in Sinners (
Most of the from Russia
chest. Asta seemed to feel sort of
look black and to U. S. 1-7). Jesus was on this occasion
; army observers silly. Powell retired to his dress-
coming to Jerusalem for the last
they have been that
way ing room for a few minutes, and
time. The ahead. He
for cross was
some time. However
one encouraging :
when he returned they tried it
d was much taken up with His coming
factor stands out. This is 5
again, and Asta adored sitting on
; the question of oil. his chest."I death and greatly straitened inspirit

I Without oil no army or navy can (see Mark 10:32 and Luke
move. And despite the tremendous changed my'' necktie for a few 12:50). He was passing through the

I areas taken by Hitler in all Europe, Shoulder to shoulder the boys and girls of America are finding the strips of bacon," Powell explained, great end wicked city of Jericho,

I he still faces, two years after start- place in the defense program. exhibiting a neat bow. yet in the midst of His deep sorrow

ing the war, almost the oil "Do you suppose Asta was inter- and out of the vast multitude of that

: same ., _. .,..... .,.._..... ...... '._ .......... ..__.........._...___u..u_.._ _. ........._............... ._ ested in the bacon asked Miss' He reached out to touch
shortage as before. :.'i"Y, { ,:z..:...\, :r+{,;:.r..)).;' ;;f',?,t ? :; city one
Rumania seized / Y/:i ''':;y'g4': YiU' 'day'Yii .raa ,Loy, "or in the ham?" sinner.
chiefly for her oil /S
:? { "J' ), iS. vtid.ctSry ,
.{. r 1 % @ \ a r, }
: .fS tq; r w : .n
fields, has a capacity of ,;, : S:r.:' ;i ) \r ,yrV pbl 'f-- Zacchaeus was a man despisedfor
8,000,000tons C. ,
,' { H. 9 ''. .. : .. t t6 1.n
annually. However, the Rus- :r.' i'5{ )?: 3Yvrlqxfiira,5' : % ; {,{.....:.:.:.:.:. a rt'':<:{ '.;.. : u:;,.f The fourth picture dealing with his calling of tax collector, and
; atv: ,. x.$!;
sians C', ,> Yf ::.r i..S x. t.S hated for his dishonesty. He was
the Rumanian oil ; > i'+ r ;: .dr.,.tr..r./'t '' 'l;Ca the Burma road will be Metro's"China
> .r4drl ; ,<3'S. ..:.,;, .. .., /x.. his
fields so badly that production is a'63ZrYht ; { tw'v {Y : :x.;ativ:! ::;,+ Caravan." Columbia plans an outcast from own people anda

now down to about 4,000,000 tons or ,",nf%:.byQl.d.:,.';>,:,;{. .:..;"){, F:;> ,:x.++5):%;'.::. / ,;r. "Burma Road," Fox plans "Over stranger to God's grace, but Jesus

f less. a,.; ,.. .r'rrl..: va: av,/Yl; ,d:{fas r; .,J' :!'y .S. ., f the Burma Road," Universal has was interested in him. Are we ready

Germany itself hasa synthetic '5 ."Burma-Convoy" all done. Evidently thus to go.to seek and save the
gasoline production of about 3,000- 'kC6/ everybody decided at the same lost? Are we better (or busier) than

000 tons, making a total annual'pr moment that the Burma road was our Lord? '

duction today of about 7,000,000 tons. news. 2. Always Able to Save Sinners

On the other hand, Germany is us- ;r. (vv. 8-10). Zacchaeus was a rich

ing oil and gas to operate its armyat To make factual, uncolored news man, but he was a sinner. It is not
the rate of about .. for a rich man to be saved
25,000,000 tonsa ;" easy ,
4 \ S available to the people of Central
year, most of which has come +; .' but it can be done (see Matt. 19:
and South America, one of the big
from reserves. It is estimated that 23-26). Read the preceding verses ol
radio makers is sponsoring a daily
:., -' Germany still has reserves on hand of association that chapter (vv. 16-22) and you
;J of 10 or perhaps 15 million tons. program press news learn of another rich man who was

:: All of which means that the real 1qStfe. ., .: H: ..' Latin over local America radio; it's stations the first throughout specialnews not saved, the rich young ruler. He

pinch will come next spring. In + was a far better man than Zac
O,4A 9fa i : .t : program general
,. other words, Hitler has enough oil + ..'"<+. bution there to be sponsored by a : chaeus-honest, upright, honored in
and gas to last, through the win- ,7i_ .' United States his community. How was it that
ter, but by the end of the winter he \'Avr'S company.' I the wicked and despised rich man
absolutely must take the Russian > There /"IN than was saved and the good and respected
are more ways one
" y'' oil fields of the Caucasus. In fact, rich man was lost?
to make an excellent living and a
- .' he is sure to stage a terrific drive a'T kf 5\ solid reputation in radio. Alice The answer is that the former admitted

to take them even earlier. The tre- # Youngman is doing: it via the dram- I that he was a sinner and

mendous Nazi sacrifices to take Kiev atized commercial route she has thus made it possible for Christ to
f;; and Odessa all were because those "The him while the latter loved
youth themselves are our principal product, says Aubri assignments on "Are You a Missing save him
? I I two cities are the path of the Nazi I Williams, administrator of the National Youth administration. *"Thr Heir?", "Helen's Home" and II self and his gold more than Christ
march to.the Caucasus. hive been I and shut the door against His redeeming
made that
the Ross
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"I guess It could be done," Red I

y( Kane Leathers said nastily.ignored this, and Red, !
door Kane shut disappeared.after him. This time the wni

Leathers said, "Get.me a drink."

Marquita unhurriedly set out a bottle
Bv ALAN LI MAY W.N.U. Release and a glass on the table beside Gets Around As It Comes

INSTALLMENT 16 camp. The news that had reached Jim Leathers' elbow." Sally.dancingYou'd better 1 Two workmen sat down to eat their
THE STORY SO FAR: Lasham's southwest camp was broken "A deck of cards, Leathers said watch that arm of yours.- lunch, and one began ,unwrapping a
Dusty King and Lew Gordon had built upa and'seemed to have been little She produced this, too. Draftee-Oh, it knows its way parcel about 18 or 20 inches long.
vast string of ranches. King was killed by understood by the men who had Marquita strolled over to. Leathers around. "What's that?" asked his friend. ,-
his powerful 'and unscrupulous competitor brought it; but Roper, with his inside the high heels of her slippers "Well, my wife is away, so I made a '_
Ben Thorpe. Bill Roper, King's adopted knowledge of the force he had clicking lazily on the puncheon floor. The clock watcher being pie for myself""A
upon bit ,
was determined to avenge'his death hi Lasham could cross with me?" long, ain't it?
son turned loose against "Why are you so
given outside work, becomes the. "Of it's "
sweetheart, ; course long. It's rhubarb.
of his
1 spite of the opposition piece together its meaning well she asked reproachfully. She moved whistle listener.
Jody Gordon, and her father. After breakIng enough. Lasham's southwest out behind Jim Leathers, and slowly ran

4 great Thorpe raid upon In Texas Thorpe's Roper vast herds conducted in Mon a post, with its big herds of picked her fingers through his hair. That Took His Choice

tana. Jody was captured by seven of cattle wintering in this deepest ,and "Ain't going to get you a thing," Depends "So you ,married that plump little
Thorpe's men. Roper and Shoshone wile richest of the Montana grass, had Jim Leathers said sourly. Berzam-Do you suppose it's girl who used to giggle so
rescued her In a surprise attack. Shoshone been more powerfully manned than "No?" said Marquita. For a moment bad luck for a cat- to follow you? much?" ,
.... and Jody rode to a prearranged spot, but any other Lasham camp. But twicein one hand was lost in the foldsof Miss Coy-Are you man or "Yes, I always did believe in a
Roper was captured while fighting a rear the past week frantic calls for her skirt; then deftly, unhurriedly mouse? short wife and a merry one." -
guard action to assure their escape.at reinforcements from the outfits to she planted the muzzle of a .38
While waiting for Roper to meet them
Sho- the east had drained most of this against the back. of Jim Leathers'neck.
their secret hiding place Jody saw
shone fall down, dead. man power away-first five picked .
gunfighters, then a dozen cowboys There was a moment of absolute \ Planning, Financing Your Home l Ii

'- CHAPTER XXII mote, until only five men had been silence, absolute immobility. Jim' ;

left.The Leathers' eyes were perfectly still
i We're making a big mistake, not messengers who had killed upon Bill Roper's face, as still as homes. On a $1,500 salary you
it their ponies to come for help had his hands in of which playing "
to hang him and be done with one a may comfortably buy a property
Red Kane said. brought the camp a fragmentarystory card hung suspended. But thoughhis worth $3,000. ..
They were two days from Fork which gave Roper the deep- face did not notably change, *.
est satisfaction.In Marquita, with her .38 pressed hard Our new 24-page booklet has photo. ;.',
This and narrow
Creek now. long graphs and floor plans of 22 homes valued ,.
room, which Jim Leathers paced so their tales of incredible losses, against the back of the gunman'sneck from_$2,600 to 8250. Explains FHA "
j restlessly, was the kitchen of the of raiders who struck night after had turned white; her mouth financing, tells how to save on space, ma- .- I
main house at Walk Lasham's southwest night at far separated points, driving worked as she tried to speak, and terials, electric wiring, Insulation built-in _
camp-a convenient stopoveron cattle unheard-of distances to her wide eyes were upon Bill Roperin furniture. Send your order, to: .'<\''

the way to Sundance,where Roper disappear weirdly in the northern terrified appeal. Perhaps no more r "
was to be turned over to Ben wastes, Roper read the success of than a second could have passed in 635 Sixth READER-HOME Avenue New SERVICE York City -
I Thorpe. I his Great Raid. that way, but to them all it seemedas .

I "The quicker we hang him, the Dry Camp, Pierce was sweeping if time had stopped, so that that copy Enclose of PLANNING 10 cents in AND coin FINANCING for your- ;.;;
I better we'll be off," Red Kane said westward across Montana like a destroying little fraction of eternity held them YOUR LOW-COST HOME. ;
again. wind; by unexpected dar motionless 'forever. Name............................. :b;
Wearily, doggedly, Jim Leathers, ing, by speed of-movement, by wild Bill Roper, moving up and for w. Address..1;
rolled a cigarette. He took his time ward, exploded into action smoothly, :
about replying. "Seems like you already like a cat. It was the length of the I I I I I
said that once before." room between them that saved Jim 9CREEREDI0ED_ ,.r AEO
liable it Leathers then.Leathers PORCH ROOM LY ROOM CHOICE OF
"I'm to keep on saying ,
Red Kane told him. "Things is different 1 twisted, lightning fast.: 4' MILLIONSAnger's .
j now." Marquita's gun blazed into the flooras Dhwo soon t t

In the doorway, behind the two w y her wrist swept down in the grip I U j I
of Leathers' left hand; and Bill Roper LtYING ROOM i
men who watched Bill Roper, a girl
checked a yard from the table asLeathers'
slim fullbreastedgirl
now appeared, a ,
flashed into sight, becoming Effect ,,
had gun '
whose dark, slanting eyes ''
Anger makes dull men witty, J'
instantly steady. Marquita
sometimes troubled Bill Roper be- FHA Helps You Own Such a Home
but it keeps them poor.Bacon.INDIGESTION.
fore now. sagged away from Leathers, and her .j

He had not been surprised to find / gun 'clattered upon the puncheons; THE house that Jack built for
Marquita here in Walk Lasham's but although Leathers' whole attention you and the youngsters-on his
t Nap was concentrated upon Roper, :C
southwest cow camp, to, which his modest' salary!
Marquita's wrist remained locked in what Doctors do for It i
captors had brought him. He had his 1 Thanks to loans insured by the Doctors know that gas trapped In the stomach or '
guessed, when he had last talked to grasp. gullet may net like a hair-trigger on the heart They
u Federal Housing Administration, set goa-lree with the fastest-acting medicines known
her in Miles City, that she was WalkLasham's The gunfighter's was more -the fastest act like the medicines in Bell-ana
families 'with low incomes Tablets.: Try Bell-ana today. If the FIRST DOSEdoesn't
and in spite of her hard and cold than the steel of his .may
; prove Bell-an3 betterreturn bottle tone and
expressed eagerness to leave Lash- gun; it was as hard and cold as his easily finance, such charming recerre DOUBLE money back.25c.at all drag stores.

am and ride with Roper, he real- eyes.
ized that Marquita still had to live "Get back there where you was." Behind the Blush ,.,
in some way. Bill Roper shrugged and moved "Mail call sounds as" sweet as The man that blushes is notqtiite t.
Girls of her stamp could not afford back. pay call when the folks back home a ''brute.

to; throw down such a man as ,Leathers flung Marquita_ away send a carton of cigarettes or a
Lasham, until more interesting opportunities from him and with' his-'left hand tin of tobacco: '.This'is .the con .
offered. picked her as the door of census among men in all branchesof
up gun
the service who have ranked 1
Her face was impassive now, but the storeroom was torn open and tobacco first in the gift line. Actual 4 \ : COLDS
one of the slanting dark eyes narrowed 'Red Kane bulged in. sales records from service storesin ..
in a definite signal to Roper. "What the-" the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, '" quiclit )J.4i
Undoubtedly she was capable of a a "This thing come. behind me and and Coast Guard-showing the favorite LIQUID

passionate devotion, and an equally stuck a gun in my neck," Leathers cigarette is Camel. The 6 6 6 '{ABLETSSALVE' ,_
passionate cruelty. Anything could Dry Camp Pierce was sweeping told him. popular smoking tobacco is Prince NOSE.DROP' '>...
have been
westward across Montana. Albert. Local dealers COUIH'nROP3
happen in a situation which included "The devil! You hurt?" featuring cartons of Camels and '" '

Marquita-with, Marquita in love. riding relays which punished them- "Hell, no! I took it away from pound tins of Prince Albert as most .... : : -' ..',
For a moment Bill Roper resentedthe selves no less than the cattle they her." welcome gifts from the folks back Easily Won\ ---; _
fact that he couldn't be interested drove, Dry Camp was feeding an Gently, tentatively, his long fingers home ,to the boys in the service. Small minds are won by trifles ,; c

in any girl except Jody Gordon- increasing stream of Lasham beef ran over.his wounded leg. That -Adv. -Latin. .... ,Iii
I a girl who didn't want him or need into the hands of Iron Dog's bands, bullet wound in his thigh must have:
him. All the worst aspects of his tortured him unspeakably throughthe \
who spirited the beef forever from ;
own situation were, apparent to him, the face of Montana. By the very two days in the saddle; and it
then. He was an outlaw wantedthe boldness of its conception and the must have been jerking at his nerves you BETCAMELS %'
length of the Trail; probably with red-hot hooks roused by ,
wild savagery of its execution the now ,
would be an outlaw all the rest of ARE ITS THE
unbelievable Great Raid was. meet- the swift action that had preservedhis
his life, which gave every promise ing with success. command.His > MILDER.' FLAVORI
.), of being a short one. That even hadl' .
turned that
And now Dry Camp had struck face gray so
Marquita wanted him, or had any his BURN SLOWER I LIKE.
even deeper than Roper had the black circles under eyes
use for him, was a gift which he
lifting the best. of Lasham's made them seem to burn from, THERES
should have been glad to accept. AND CAMELS ALWAYS
beeves from almost within death's-head hollows, and his face,
What he had to think of now, though, gun-
shot of Lasham's strongest camp. which had changed so little in this LESS NICOTINE TASTE SOIL'Pi'HE
was that Marquita was extremely
So well'had Dry Camp planned, andso moment of action was relaxed into
likely to precipitate a lot of immediate SMOKE GOOD.BURNING
disturbance. steadily did the luck hold, that a an ugly contortion. Slowly the gray a

Troubled, he wished to shake his full day had passed before the loss color was turning to the purple ofa
inflicted by the raiders was discov- dark and terrible anger.
head, or in some other way caution
I'' her that she must make no attemptto ered. The five remaining cowboysat "By God," said Red Kane, "I told
interfere. Roper had no intention the southwest camp were only you we should have hung him!"
!, I of ever coming into the hands tightening their cinches as Jim "You told me right," Jim Leathers -
j of Ben Thorpe alive. Somewhere Leathers rode in. said. The burn of his eyes

between this place and Sundance, Most of the Leathers party had never for a moment left Bill Ro ,
where Thorpe waitedhe would make joined the, Lasham men in pursuitof per's face. "You was right and I ." ""
his play, however slim the chance. Dry Camp's raiders. Only Jim was wrong. I "should have hung i .a" ,?
Yet he would rather take his Leathers himself and the unwillingRed him at the start. ;;;.a ru

chances with some unforeseen opportunity Kane remained to convoy Roper A pleasurable hope came into Red
later, when they were to Ben Thorpe at Sundance. Kane's face. "Well it ain't too

again on the trail, than to be plungedinto Because of the confusion involvedin late!"

some helpfully intended situa- the organization ,of the pursuit, "No, it ain't. too late. Tie his PA!
tion which the girl might devise- the night was now far gone; alreadyit hands."
with danger to herself and questionable was long past midnight. Keeping Roper between himself

advantage to him. "There's still another' reason," and Leathers, so that his partner'sgun
He was unable, however, with the Red Kane said, "why it would be bore steadily upon Roper's belt
eyes of his two enemies upon him, better to hang him now. Supposethat buckle, Kane lashed Roper's hands
\ to signal her in any way. wild bunch of his knows he's behind him. The frost-stiff rope bit
It was typical of the quality of his here?" deep.

captors that his hands were not tiedor "How the devil would they know "Tie up this girl," Leathers ordered
manacled. They told him whereto that?" Leathers said with disgust. when Kane had finished. "I '' CAMELS CONTAINS
sit and they made him stay put, want her to see this show." SLOWER
"Maybe they was scouting with OF
and they were careful -that no opportunity spy glasses as we come over us the Marquita said, "I'm sorry, Bill." THE SMOKE;;.;..--
was given him to snatch a trail today." Her voice was broken,by hard, jerk NICOTINE
gun from an unwary holster; but ing sobs, and tears were running lESS
"If they was, they would have
these were merely the routine precautions down her face; yet somehow her 28%
landed on us right then in
of sensible men. For these place of words sounded dull and dead.uI ;
waiting till we got into "
" 2 riders the picked camp. largest-
were could.
gunfightersof did the best I 4 other
Ben Thorpe's scores of outfits. "Maybe the girl run to them" "You did fine," Roper said. "That the average o t the than any
They did not fear Roper, would not "The girl! You make me nick." was a game try." Hobbling on his -than tested-less
have feared him had he been armed. "Have: .it your\own way." stiff leg, Leathers moved to the out selling cigarettes to independentof

Bill Roper had no doubt that Red I "You're darned right I'll have it er door, flung it open; coatless, he them-according itself! .
Kane and perhaps one or two of my own way. I don't want to hearno stopped and signaled Red Kana of the smoke FSB1
the others would kill a doomed pris- more about it. And I'll tell you back with one hand. scientific tests c' :
"( oner for no more reason than Jim this: if your trigger finger gets itchy "Red, get back! Get out of line!" :t. I f
!' Leathers had suggested. while you're on watch tonight, you With the quick instinct of a man
The Lasham camp had been boil- better soak it in a pan of water, and who has always been in trouble, Red !
ing with news as Jim Leathers' men leave the gun be. Because if any Kane jumped back into the room, THE CIGARETTE OF .
had ridden in at' dusk with their thing comes up while you're on carrying Bill Roper with him. They C AM EL i4tj.: ; ... i iA'h"i
prisoner. Much had happened on watch such that you got to shoot all could hear now the sound ,of running COSTLIER TOBACCOS }
the range while Leathers had waitedout him, by God, next thing you got to horses.
Bill Roper at the Fork Creek shoot me-you understand?" (TO BE CONTINUED)



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The Clewiston News no one can finds out a thing about ning to produce some one-act plays. a weiner roast. Mrs. Walston, our t(derful birthday present! After removing -
I where the storm is, or where it Is At present we are discussing material : teacher, joined us. i about 50 yards (more or

i 1 headed. 'Taint fair, and we do not suitable for the school. Mrs. j Gifts of handkerchiefs and flower ]less) of tissue paper, she discovered -
1 like to be thus ignored. Baker, 7th grade home room teacher pots '
Published every Friday in Clewiston. were presented to Mrs. a pair of bootees..
Florida, bY' the CLEWISTON NEWS S is our sponsor. \ '! Vaughn, our sponsor.We There's a new romance bloom-

Tnc. | Not only did we have a rainless I all enjoyed it very much. j ing between a freshman girl and a

(j storm, but the week-end brought FOOTBALLOn Carline Berner, Reporter. j sophomore boy. J. P. and .
KKATHLEV BCWDniS', Editor j j"I j I an equally rare event In baseballI I Philip McLeod
October 3, the Clew-
I history. The Dodgers had won the Friday, fifth grade Garden Club met ,
when iston Tigers in their first football ,Wednesday morning, October 8. : -
the third
ball man
.second class mall matter game 7TH GRADE NEWS
Entered February as 1, 1927, at the Pest Office In struck out In.' the'ninth, ,but the game of the '41-42 season over-:( We discussed what flowers to plant, I' ..
CI wiston, Florida under the Act of catcher dropped the ball, the batter powered the Jupiter Pirates by aI and we are getting plyboard and Several' members of our class
March 3, 1897.ubscriptlon I, reached first, :and subsequent runs score of 58 to 20. The Tigers were I coping saws to make little shelves. were' absent Tuesday because of
an unknown quantity up to the and book racks the storm.
and series
gave the game, the to I
ttnte ?2.0O Per Yenr. the lucky Yanks who are so lucky kick-off, but they soon proved what Charles Miner, Reporter. I. We are very glad to" have Mary
Adirrtiftliiff Rates On Application. they don'ten' need their truly they could do; therefore, the towns-; -- I Louise Thomas back after her ill
remarkable playing skill. Ando:: people who turned out for the SENIOR SKETCHES .- { ness.Some.
1 were not disappointed (re- !| of us made relief of
after in game maps
the advancement and wel- the "bums, even playing Gus Cantr'3lL-one of the' more
Devoted to member the man who wanted to : different counties out of flour salt,
fare of Clewis ton and Hendry County.PULLMAN the World Series, are still "bums.. ,' "serious" members of the senior '
--- I I i help them play; he was always yell and' water. They were then painted -
class born 9
II : was June 1923, in
Ii I watch sleeper play.) :with water
ing, that colors.
i[: Beginning November 2nd, we'll Morristown, N. J. He started
'jl MF.'\nEr -'--'\ have daily pullman service to Clew- The Clewiston boys did not wait i, school here his first year' and has : We are very disappointed be-

:.: Fl.Orml-\ ,: .-\:: ('(.!-\f!() \ iston from Jacksonville. The pull- to warm up; they started. their;'never been to another. : cause our Current Events (a weekly
X\nOilllD/Tl\i\ALA./ : XlAIl194 :\ \ 1 ''Clewiston t newssheet) did not this week
will loupge section and drive when Waldron of His ;
I "'!'.. map carry hobby is swimming, and his
buffet service; and will leave Jacksonville ... received the ball which was kick-( favorite sports are basketball and we hope to get two issues next

in the evening, arrive in ed by a Jupiter player. From thereon football. He participates in both week. We use these in history for

SERVICE Clewiston next morning; leave the game proved to be very ,' for our school. they have all of the week's news
in the and arrivein fast and exciting. As the Jupiter j[ in them.
Clewiston evening I I Gus plans to become a C. A. R.
'The announcement that the Atlantic Jacksonville next morning. That team had only a few substitutes, Knowing Gus, we know he'll ,"succeed -
Coast Line Railroad will establish should encourage 'even more peopleto we concede that they had some-I][ and we wish him the 'best"ofI We "really enjoyed "''Freshman

daily pullman service from visit Clewiston! and see. our what, of a handicap, but the thing I luck. ,' J Week, and so did the Freshmen??

Jacksonville to Clewiston is' indica- many developments. that, really climaxed their playing]I' Dot Knight. All week the girls had to go

tive of the widespread interest In was the fact that most of the' -- i without make-up (and it really

the many developments'' her*. .i One of our favorite visitors is in Jupiter players played barefooted. I FACULTY SKETCH I hurt them! ) whereas the boys wore

Thousands of visitors have been Clewiston today. He is Howard Clewiston line-up was: Waldrou; Miss Mary Elizabeth Neely, our ties and short pants or rolled their"britches"

attracted to 'Clewiston by the desireto Sharp, founder of the EvergladesNews re; Schiffli, le; Perry, c; Belcber'l) new English teacher, and sopho-* legs above their knees.
In' addition
to these
see the largest sugar house in weekly at Canal Point, a rh; Martinez, lh; Bethea, fb. Sub- more class sponsor, was born in great"punishments"

the United States. Since the establishment man who pioneered the Ever- stitutes were: Hooker, Pape, Elk- West Frankfort, Illinois. the girls had to
near their hair in their
of the cross-state hi-: !Lway glades section, and by sheer per- ins, Burkett, Cautrell and' West- i| She received all her elementary pig tails
dresses backwards shoes
: several years ago, and the recent -. sonality made an outstanding suc- bury. ,Bethea made 5 touchdowns, and. secondary education at Lake high-heel
opening of Road 26 to Miami, cess of the undertaking. HowardSharp's Perry 2, Belcher 1 and Waldron 1. Worth, Florida. r' and socks, short dresses and "rat"written

these visitors have been arrivingby newspaper was known, Bethea and Cantrell each made a I 1 Tennessee Wesleyan College, stick. on their forehead with lip-

car and bus. Looking forwardto quoted and respected far and wide. ;' Athens, Tennessee, and Florida
the largest influx of visitors in Retired, he still makes his home at kick.The The ones who failed to do this
Clewiston High School was State College for Women, Tallahassee -
the history of the town, Mr. Bit- Canal Point, and occasionally gets Florida (everyone. but Sue and Marilyn) had
very proud to have the British cadets are the colleges she
of the United States to eat garlic and hot sauce sandwiches -
ting, president the urge to see some .
as guests and enjoyed the game'of attended. She graduated May,
Sugar Corporation has induced the place. Today he had the urge to ,- which they deserved!
Rugby they played during the 1941; therefore this is her first
A.C.L. to establish pullman service ,visit Clewiston. "Many: of my friends I' of On the stage Friday there were
( half of.the game. year teaching. ;
in to Clewiston from Jacksonville have asked if I have visited the B. Leiter. Her hobbies are most of the active such "trials" as singing, jitter-
which connects with all fast trainsto Clewiston Inn, and I ha've had to I bugging, "the hula-hula" and
HUMOR!? sports. I
north and east. The proposed reply 'No'. So I decided to come j j 1 Her favorite stars are Bette s imitations. But we think the best

expansion program of the corporation .over. snend the night-. there. and A Scotchman, and his wife, be-i! Davis and Pat O'Brien. performance was given by Marilyn
establishment of the 1--- Then I shall have a':' Davis and Leonard, alias Red
and see for myself. ing taken on an airplane ride was Juanita Burkett.
Riddle-McKay Aero College just (different reply to give them." told that if nothing was said while I Westberry.. (You ask them what

west of Clewiston will doubtless A pleasant stay to you 1\1r'l in the air the trip would cost him I 10TH GRADE NEWS it was.)
result In even more visitors and Sharp. I II nothing; otherwise it would be I+ Considering all this 'I still thinkwe

pullman service on the railroad will $10.00. The plane went up, turn- Well, alas! Yours truly is walk-' had a good time. We only regret -

fill a long-felt desire. I I ed a few "loops" and came down. ing again. His car is in the garage that ""Freshman Week"

Clewiston is looking forward to $>clocli ) I' elt1s Th'e pilot complimented ,the Scotch I, doesn't come more often!
Miss Neely received a very won- Gloria McDuffie.NNHNNNNNNN .
a continued increase in visitors. man on having' been so quiet and

There has be'en'no "summer sea- I the Scotchman replied, "Yes I was,
THE STAFF . . . .
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son" here, and in preparation for :' Barbara Broadfoot -.....- Humor quiet, but it was hard; I nearly 1 I, ".NN .NMNNNNN 1MNN NN" .w IAN NKNV" i. NNM
the increase' in travel, the Clewis- Mauryne Prewitt ...... Chief Reporter ( said something when my wife fell .

" ton Inn has carried out a remodeling .. Jeanne O'Neill ...__....__.._ Society I out on the first loop!" i;' .:. I
'X.1'! .
program this summ r. All I Juanita 'Burkett. ..........__.... Faculty 1 i I. 1.
rooms on : the north wing, which J Dorothy 'Knight i..._. ,-- Sketches I While Mr. Turk, up the winding' .'.r ., : 'i.
formerly "had'connectlng baths I'Barnard Leiter and y- stairs shall' \$reep : ', : .+. I \ i .J ::.:

have been given private bath This I Kemper Bond ...._,......,_-, Sports I, in a corner of study hall sit .

meant the addition of twelve bath- i Marianne Jones ....-...-....- Clubs down asleep i TON"fiOLP .

rooms. j I Jimmy Paul ....--..........- Reporter i iI Dreaming of the days, now far be- CLEWIS

Mr. Sitting's efforts to induce the .Gloria McDuffie _..'u'''_, Specialties !I hind N'( :. ,
cooperation of the A.C.L. in pro-'1 I Class Reporters I I When English, or History never. entered i :i:

d viding Pullman service to Clewisj Betty :McDuffie: Philip McLeod, j jI i I my mind I

. ton are greatly apprecIated.r I Gloria McDuffie, Beulah Guthrie.. ]| Then all of sudden a tiny guardian j COURSE I

r,' I t i angel comes to my aid .
And I wake up to hear Mr. TurkI X

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;. r The Aeronautics Club had a very ] NOW I know I should be studyingfor : .';\i -" .,'.,
: ( '. RAMBLINGS/ i r interesting meeting Wednesday at : those tests on the morrow! ::: I '; 'i'I X
r By B. B. ,! which time Sherwood ,Hall and Dick I But I'm not ,so worried'and I'msure I .:. I I .:.

,( !I Elkins gave reports on the rules and I Mr. Turk can hide his sorrow -! ::: i ....
k:' regulations for obtaining student I I
:::. ::-:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. :..:..:..: private and commercial pilots" li- j' I
". I So I'll still sit in the corner and

,':" It's an ill wind that blows no- censes. j i dream

:i.: "body good, and the "dry" hurricane I The boys,have made plans to order "!I Til some one finds better scheme. Ir Open to .the Public ] I Ii

!;? did a real service in ripping off their, planes and expect to get I Louise Roath.
I started them "
'f t; dead palm leaves off those tall; on soon. i
! I Nick Schiffli. !, PERSONALS ?
ungainly Washingtonian palms. All II ) Ix ,
"we had to Jo was clear the litter I --- I .:. i ::
1 i BIOLOGY CLUB NEWS I II i Mrs. Okerstrom made a business ;
: off the streets. Some of the palms ( I :!: .:
I I' : and pleasure trip to Tampa, Fort .. I ,:.
: are now quite trim; and some of I :
The Club
| Biology elected officerson
Myers and Venice. i I
them needed another gust or two. Tuesday. Elizabeth 'VimI'says she is going'I :: I ::

Near Fort :Myers enough avoca-I President .............. Gloria McDuffie to Miami Thursday night. We'I ::: i I :'i.:

" does and limes were blown off the i, Vice-President ......... Sonny Vaughn hope she has a nice time. I ..i' J I ,:'. I

t: trees to bring the price of these [ Sec'y-Treasurer .:...... Ernest Oliver Philip McLeod spent' Monday and .- I I

t'' items down at the grocery stores. Reporter ......_.........:... Mary Mathis ;;! Tuesday in Apopka, Florida. He :: Moderate Gree.i Fees; ::
We understand thousands of pounds :
The club discussed
r', taking a field says its a swell little town.
of pecans were also blown off the :: ::
[ trip next Wednesday planning to Jeanne O'Neill. Exceptional Fairways
t <. trees up in Georgia. We hope this take t\ I.
cameras along' so that
r ., will not raise the price of nuts i t may -take pictures pertaining to I 5TH GRADE- NEWS 1 Interesting Greens. If ;
on. All the almonds were biology. I

g:,'.' blown off our trees, but since they I .' Mary Mathis. i|I Friday, October 10, we are celebrating .

s:; have never been edible perhaps we Columbus Day. The fifth ... .. .......... . .... .......... ....... .... ........
didn't lose much. I .-.......-;..-....-....-....-..... .-..'.-.-.. .. ... .. .-.-.-.-,-, .-.-. .-. .-. .-. .
F. F. A. NEWS grade is giving. the following program -
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Last week-end will remain: nota- The Clewiston Chapter of F.F.A. Song '"America. the Beautiful." j

15':;:..:. "ble for two events-the World I. was in charge of selling drinks, Salute the Flag.A .

Series baseball game, where the candy, etc., at the football game. Play: "Uncle Sam's Dream," in Ladyfinger Bananas

-'.. error of the catcher lost a game I I The: sales were very good, and much which.Columbus returns to the earth

." already won,-and the storm that advertisement was received. today and wants to learn about our
was not even accompanied by rains I The chapter is planning to goon modern inventions. I

.here. i, a beach party with the Home Song "America." Eat and Delicious
\ To
'I Ready
t Ripe
; I Economics Club in the near future. I '

, And before we leave the subjectof 1! Philip McLeod, Reporter.. i jI | 6TH GRADE NEWS( Not Storm Damaged

storms ''we'd like to voice a protest ; i I I
to the Miami broadcasting-'I SEWING CLUB This morning, October 8, in
tions. The half hourly announcement -I Arithmetic class, Mrs. Walston sug Pounds .
j Bunch About 15
50c Per
k of the storm report Is a'real Tbe'Junior High Sewing Club gested having a' arithmetic club. ,

>public service which we all appreciate met for the second time in the We thought it very nice. We are j;

: but what we cannot und -i i Home Economics room on Tuesday. going to have four leaders. They

\" rstan is why you both stop all ;Oct. 8. The following officers were are: Also Avocadoes Some Scarred and

., ;: announcements when state ,. elected : 'i Carline Berner, Doris Strickland, :
** you can President .................. Mary CarlisleVicePresident Spotty But Quality Flavor. Still "
:: : The danger to Miami is over. WeI Clifford Beatty and Claude
.. '_...._..... Elise Martin
: ;-: ll 'Tejoice with that the danger liams. Worth $1.00 Dozen
: you Secretary ?.................. Hettie Dykes
> f to "Miami is ?mt after all When the storm came it struckour
over wo i Treasurer .................._ Margie Allen
+,1- are a part of audience too and room, and the "toll" was six. .
I r, :. your: i. Reporter _...:............. Nelle Burkett
:. If a storm Is headed straight to We haven't heard where they rani!
The membership of the club is
Clewiston, or Everglades, or Fort Thelma Gay moved to Fort
28. Work on projects will begin : Farm
Myers, we think you should con- Myers. We will miss her very Beardsley
I at the next meeting.
:' \
Y Itbrue to say so. 'For several years much. & '
f,;' Miami stations have followed the I Nelle Burkett.. Doris Strickland, Reporter.
. I
tU' tom of warning all South Flor- I II
ida of approaching storms, and get-I| I Phone 27-2 or

ting us boarded up for the event. A meeting was held on Wednes- On Friday, October 3, the sixth

Then when Miami is out of danger day, October 8. The club is plan- grade Garden Club entertained with i I

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f I l scents and sights of Florida's nights I paper cartoons, managed a- -little You must take your time and will do more. for Florida th'an'a I
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and. days.., theatre; painted fences one week chuck your haste. I I score of gaudy'chamber of commerce
I From the roadside ditch, that ,you 1 and, dowagers the next-in Paris, You must know the people who live booklets or a thousand poses
I Too Late To Classify and. I go thundering by in high II l Chicago, Hollywood, Honolulu andinnumerable and toil, 'i 1 II of bathing, beauties in rotogravure

KAY powered motor cars, this gifted small points in be- You must root your ,heart In this sections. ,
i I, By RUSSELL vagabond poet gathers a wealth of I tween. He has' always loved the tropical soil. I I

/ (..:.-:-:..:..:..:..:- :.-:..:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:->"' material which in the quiet of life' 'of the Hawaiian Islands. There From the roots of your heart the FOR r I '
"Home in the Hammock" he weaves I by pure good luck he changed hisartist's 'song will grow I I for two persons. room furnished
ill Separate
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j While I have lived In Florida into a delightful word and'pen pic- career to the dual one of Until Its every note you know. trance. Across
highway from
have visited ture that carries 'the delicate colors artist and author. They have pro- I I
many, many years, Florida,, is deeply' Indebted to', dry County Motors. Phone 102.
its bustling cities, its towns and of the water hyacinth's fragile' vided him with much of the ma- Don Blanding for this one, volume I I Mrs.. Catherine M. Jarvis. tin .
dusty cross-roads, tramped its orchid sails, the steady' hum of ,terial In his books "Vagabond'sHouse I I L, .
mighty forests, traversed its streams busy insect life, the splashing ," ,"Hula Moons," "Stow-

: and rivers, penetrated the very strike of a hungry bass, 'the eerie aways in Paradise," "Drifter'sGold
depths of its wildest Everglades, cry of a water-fowl, the mirrored ," and he is their poet laure-

found pleasure on, ,its lakes and shadow ,of the stealthy hawk. ate.

grass-fringed pools, learned to understand The tiny wiggletail and scurrying In his delightful opening verse, '
and appreciate its climate lizard do not escape his. watchfuleye "Heart of the Land," Don admon-' / '
I: I felt I was in every sense a and nimble brain as each scent, ishes the reader 'as. follows: I V
:': I true "Floridian," it nevertheless sight and sound ,faithfully records "If you would learn this song of II I

i i i remained for D<:Blanding, a relatively itself and later will be used to the land

i new-comer. ,' and his wiz- create a delightful bit of verse or'I You must, look and listen, and '..- II
I'' ardy as interpreter and fully awaken me us less gifted as Nature's com- '
I t You. must learn the season's subtle
i to the grandeur and glory of this municants and for whom a trusted change .
land of enchantment. interpreter is required.To *
I You; must drive the roads and roam
I Last week there came to my desk I know Don Blanding's life is 'and, range .

an autographed ,copy of Don's latest to understand why. he is called, From the ,northern pines 'to. the
book, "Flori days." This noted author -' the "vagabond poet." Born in southern keys, -

artist and poet has drawn the Oklahome, he spent his 'first five You must know the swamps. and
most vivid word pictures, accom- years in ,the restless frontier coun- their mysteries
panied by such striking pen sketches try and at the age of 15 started the You must' knew the language and

as to make Florida breathe' and'live wanderings that have never let him homely phrase '

from every page. stay more than two years in one Of the country people :and country

Within the covers of this entranc- place. ways. 'I I (III

ing,volume 'Don Blanding has' woven ; He has supered In grand opera,:IYou must know their dishes-and j"iI ill c;

a rich mosaic that gives a true worked in hay fields, drawn news like their, taste. I. ,
Florida to the ,world as it never'was
presented before. With his AIR '

unusual chameleon-like gift of IN:NNNNNMN..NNNMNNNNNN:NMNNNNNH'.':NN..:NNNNNNN:":":":":.':":":-:-:":":":..:N:. .1 :
absorbing the impressionsof
sensuous ,t. _' CONDITIONEDDependable
the beauty and charm of 'nature .:. ... 'f
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unfolds for thosewhose
as eagerly .:i
senses are in tune, the author om/oi/ \ : :

; has captured the colors, sounds, i. _WI j .. "

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S:< ). "' "' !H !HH "> !HX- "" ''" >> : -- Notice !&' herebyciyen, that: the un- Cor of SW% of NW! S to rIver B under> which;Lara; engaged, tn'.businear"
derefsned, under the'provisions. of along river to pt 698 ft-W to SE Cor'
: ; Chapter 20,953 Laws:of1 Florida, Acts of Lot 3, N at Clewiston. Fla. That the party Interested
toN .
Btfry of, Lot 3<, W
I -Le al AdvertisementsNOTICE ot 1941 ;Tr.ni register; :with th ,"".Crerk. 622 :ft; N;, 132 ft, W to beg. Sec iJi, in said:business Is as follows: I
A.; P.
f : of theCircuit Court In and for Hen-" Twp 43 S- Rge 28 E: EXCEPT parcel City ot,,. Clewis ton.WYNJT County of Hen-
dry County Florida upon'receipt Of paid' In condemnation proceedings, for
_, proof of' .publication: of' this notice, right of way. dry 272 Oct Florida. October 4. 1941. I

y< : :..:..:..-:.';..:.: :.. : ::-: :.. : ::-:..: x : ;: :-: :..:- ,.....! :..x.v.:..>>:+:-:--.... ?). the The fictitious"Togreery, name Shop,. ;to-wlt-:. j erty The.' under assessment thej said of: the certifIcates said' prop.-: 10172431., I
under which I am'engaged, In business -: In the, { Louise ,Stan .
Royals. 'lamer q ,
NOTICE OFINTENTION TO und< r, which L an;. engaged; in. business' at Clew.iston l Florida. That thepai'ty llegChas'! Carter, Otto. Malakowsky, : NOTICE ojINTE TIO TO
business .
af Cle wislon. FlorldThat -the party; interested 'In said" 'Is. : Guycr.r ; .FICTITIOUS, NAME.
,Intetested in said- business is as." follows as follows.:: j Unless S4Id cer.tJl ate.s.shaIl he.:\ redeemed ,-. ,
TO WHOM IT M'AY CONCERN' : .: IU2iB: ,OWE NS. according to law 'the -property TO. WHOM IT' MAY'' CONCERN: "
Notice is1 hereby given that the un -' G. I.., ROYAL i City- of'Clewiston" County' ,of Iiendry 'descrl1i-theiern.will b 'sold'tc :. Noticej.iaj.here.hy, n that 'thei'undersigned
dersigned under the provisions or ,_ City of..CIewJatonr County 'of. Hen- Florida;: October 1; 1941. the' highest bidder at the court house. under. the provisions of
Chapter .953rLaws"bf: Flttrldar Acts dry, Florida, October 1, 1941. I[oct: :37 111,171. 24, 31, door. on the ffrst'Monda/ in the"month Chapter '20.953"Laws of Florida- Actsof
of 1941 will register with the Clerk Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31. 6f November.1941.' which Is the"3rd' '1941, -will ,register with the Clerk;
of the Circuit Court,' in and for Hen- ---- ----- day of November 1941. of the, Circuit Court, ,ln. and for Hen-
dry County!*'Elo ida; upon'receipt"dTproof '-: : OK 'SCHOQL ELECTION I NOTICE OF INTENTIOJT TO Dated ,"this. ...'. 1st 'day of October, 1941.. dry County. ; Florida, upon receipt'" of
of public44on'of'thlnotice{ '\ ,"the, NOTICE: REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME (SEAL.) 'WILLIAM Tl: HULL,' proof! of: publication of this notice;
fictitious name to-wit: Clerk of' Circuit Court of, the., fictitious flame. ,to-wit:
Shorty's Ila--cor Shop. NOTICE IS HEREBY: GIVEN That Hendry County, Florida. Nail's "Lfquor Store "'
under which' I am enage4, In business 'the' 'regular Biennial School: District TO WHOM IT CONCERN. ; Oct. 3, 10. 17; 24. under which we 'are, engaged' in business
at Clewiston. Flortdl.That'' the Elections will be. held on the first |I Notice is"'hereby' given that the undersIgned at Clewlston. That the parties
party interested In' said business'. is Tuesday after the first Monday In \ under the. provisions; of' Interested In said. business are as follows -
as follows: November, A. D. 1941, being the 4th Chapter 20,953n Laws of. Florida Acts. NOTICE'. OF APPLicATION'. FOR TAX. : -
T. c. MUSGRAVE, .. day'erf November A. D. 1941. SaidElection of 1911 will register with 'the Cleric" DEED '-- B. E. NALL. SR-
City of Clewi ton7; Oo.inty f Hen- Is for the, purpose of elect-: ,
of the Circuit Court In and for Hen-' (Senate: Bill No. 103), ANNIE B. NAIL
dry, Florida. October 1; 1941.. Ing three (3) Trustees for. each SpecIal I dry County Florida, upon receipt of, South Clewiston; Hpndry County,
Oct. 3, 10, 17 24, 31. Tax, School District in Hendry, I proof publication of' this. notice Florida, October 4941..
County Florida, and for the further I the fictitious name, to-wlt: NOTICE' IS HEREBY GIVEN: 'that 270-Oct,. 10-17-24-31.
purpose of either. favoring the mill- Turner's Beauty Shop. R. N. Miller, hOlder' of
taxi certificates
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO age estimated by the Board of Pub- ,under which I -am engaged ''In busi- listed below has filed same In
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME lic Instruction or setting a different ness at Clewiston, Florida. That the my office and has.made' application NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
millage. I party Interested. in said. business Is for a tax deed to be; Issued thereon. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
All qualified electors residing with- as follows: Sajd certificates embrace the follow-
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: in any School District In Hendry BLANCHE D. TURNER ing described property' in the County TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned County Florida whose voting regis- I City of Cl wiston, 'County of Hen- of Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit r\otlce'is hereby given that the undersigned -
under the provisions of tration is within the particular Spec- I dry, Florida. October 1, 1941. Cert. No. 13 of Aug. 2. 1926 Beg under' the provisions of
Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts ial Tax School District and who pays I'Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31. NE Cor SEtt-NE%, W 130 yd, S to [Chapter 20,953; Laws of Florida. Acts
of 1941, will register with the Clerkof a tax on either real or personal prop-
I river, E along river to point. of. lof 1941, will register ,with the Clerk
the Circuit Court, In and for Hen- erty within said District shall be entitled bee-.N to beg, Sec '11 ''of' the Circuit' '
I' Twp 48 S Rge Court, in and for Hen-
dry County Florida upon receipt of to vote in said election in his 28 E.Cert.. :dry
County Florida
proof of publication of this notice, the or her district.Trustees I J NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX No upon receipt of
105 of Aug. I, 1927, NE;; I Iproof[ of publication, of this notice
fictitious name to-wit: must ,be nominated by Petition DEED i of NW# Sec 11, Twp 43 S Rge.,28. ,the fictitious name, to-wit:
Clewlston Bar. of five (5) or more persons (Senate Bill No. 163) Cert. No. 28 of 'Sept. 4, 1933;' NW% I I! Johnsons. Fishing Camp .
under which I am engaged In business qualified to vote in the election. The I of NW} Sec 12, Twp 43 S' Rge 28 E. i under which I am engaged in. business
on Road 25 at Clewiston. That Petition must be filed with the Boardof Cert. No. 107 '.('
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thatR. of Aug. 1, 192T, Beg at Clewiston. That the party interested -
the party interested In said businessIs Public Instruction of Hendry County i] N. Miller holder of Caloosahatchee: ;15 rd E of NW Cor Lot 2. E:: 15 rds, I in said! business is as follows:
as follows: Florida at least 30 days prior ImprovementDistrict[ tax certificates :S to, river, W along river to pt S of,, Wm. II. JOHNSON ..
PETER Clewis ton CIIAGARIS, County of Hen- to holding of the election on the listed below, has filed'same...In my office beg, N to beg, Sec 12, Twp 43 S Rge |j City of Clewiston, County of Hen-
City of date.. above set out. 28 E, |
1 and has made application a / dry, Florida, October 4, 1941.
dry, Florida. October 1. 1941. THE BOARD OF PUBLIC I tax deed to be issued thereon.. Said Cert. No. 100 of Sept. 2, 1929. Beg 271-OcU '10172431.I ,
Oct. 3, 10, 17 24, 31. OF
I INSTRUCTION HENDRT certificates embrace the following NW Cor Lot 2E 15 rods S to river;
I COUNTY, FLORIDA.By described property in the County ofIendry. W along river to half Sec line N to \
A. O. WARD Chairman. : ,' State of Florida to-wit: Beg, Sec 12, Twp 43 S Rge 28 E. I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Attest: Cert. No. 28 of Sept. Jt, 1932, E% Cert. No. 26 of Sept. 7, 1931 NE/ I REGISTER -FICTITIOUS NAME
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME C. E. WEAVER of W% of SE}4 of NW% and E% of of NWyt except 1 acre in NE Corner I ---
Superintendent of Public Instruction SEH: of NW y Sec 11, Twp 43 S Rge I.Sec 12, Twp 43 S Rge 28 E. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the un- Ex-officio Secretary of the Board. 28 C.Cert.. The assessment of the said property
Sept. 5, 12, 19, 26, Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24 31. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned -
the said
dersigned, under the provisions of No. 55 of July 7, 1930, Nth of certificates issued was under the provisions of
Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts ElSec 11, Twp 43 S Rge 28 E. In the name of Lorena K. Royer W. Chapter '20,953, Laws of Florida Acts
of 1941, will register with the Clerkof : Cert. No. 16 of Sept. 4, 1933, 1. acre A. Skingsley. Harriet C. Pope, H. A. !''of 1941, will register with the Clerk
the Circuit Court, in and for Hen- NOTICE OF INTENTION TO in NE Cor of NEi of NW 4 Sec 12, Blake Estate, Unknown, A. H. Sparr. of the Circuit Court, in and for' Hen-
dry County, Florida, upon receipt of REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAMETO Twp 43 S Rge 28 E. Unless said certificates shall be redeemed I"dry County. Florida, upon receipt of
proof of publication of this notice, Cert. No. 17 of Sept. 4, 1933, SEH according to law the prop- .proof of publication of this notice the
the fictitious name, to-wit: WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: of NWU and Beg 853 ft E of, NW I erty described therein will be sold to I fictitious name, to-wit:
..-- the highest bidder at the court house I I Beardsley Insurance
- - Agency
door on the first Monday in the monthof ,
under which I am. engaged in business
November 1941, which is the 3rd
.xK..x..x..X"X..x..:..x..X"X.x..XKK"X..XKi ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:+:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..J day of November, 1941. I fat Clewiston. That the part interested -
................... .... .. .............................................................. .......... Dated in said business is as follows: ,
i i i z z i i i i tt i i"i tt-iit : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":0.; this. 1st day ,of October 1941. J. E. BEARDSLEY "
.i..i. .i..i. (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, City Clewiston, County of Hendry -
n= ...", Clerk; of Circuit Court of Florida October 4, 1941.
*5 Hendry County, Florida.
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Notice is hereby given that the undersigned under the provisions of
i::: .' .'. ALL ELECTRICHOME I :::i: under. the provisions of ,Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts
foe:: ; Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts of 1941, will register with the Clerkof
YY :: U of 1941, will register with the Clerkof I' the Circuit Court, in and for Hen-
Y :* t the Circuit Court in and for Hen- dry County Florida upon receipt of

YY ...:. dry County, Florida, upon receipt of proof of publication of this notice, the
X'X : proof of ,publication of this notice (fictitious name, to-wit:
the fictitious name, to-wit: "I Lake Drug Company .
II ,4 J' Sugarland Service. Station and 1 under which we are engaged In business -
) "
} Cabins ; at Clewiston, Fla. That the
ll parities -
,;, (
: I'
q' ; under which I am engaged. in busi- interested in said business are
I; .': ., '/ F\ ::::: .ness' at Clewiston Florida;," That the I as follows: _
.;. : party interested in said business is lIIXA1.:: BLACK
f ..'.. as. follows: .*_ 1 J. G/NinLACK

I-II::i: S Electricity is the modern servant ; a servant "that :;i::f'j City of. G.Clewiston.E. WHERTON-County of Hen-, t:t dry City, Florida of.--Clewiston.,. October. ,County 1941. of Hen-
dry, Florida, October 4, 1941. 277-Oct. 10-17-24-31.
XX;; takes, care of both the. work and the pleasures of the If:::: ,275-Oct:' 10-17-24-31. .

u -- Jr i s. -..:..- -.- ..,.....
: : home, and one that will do everything quickly, efficient;= :.::'I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO 7 -

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.;- :. ly and economlca II y. : .: 1

:::.;. "' 'i.'..".l I TO. WHOM: IT MAY CONCERN' I (Near Hurricane. Gate) .

:g::::. One penny will toast_ 26 crunchy slices of toast, or.i :::::: Notice is, under hereby the--given: provisions that the, undersigned of- "' Boats and--Motors-Guide Clewiston Fla Service'Rates 'f ., '

Chapter 20,953,, Laws of Florida, Acts I' _, ,
*.:.i i:, give hours ofsafe of 1941, will register with the. Clerkof Reasonable' NW. ;
you eyes two, reading light or operate :ii::: the Circuit Court, in and for Hen- I '1I f
dry County,. Florida upon receipt of ,. H.. Johnson. Mgr.D' .
::i: .. your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY.'is :::!: proof of publication of this notice the I
name, to-wit
..:.:!.: one thing that gets cheaper the more of .it that you use;' :::: Clewiston Lunch I ,
: ..... 1 under' which' I am engaged in business

at ested Clewiston.in said business That the is party follows inter- I Dr: F; ,GudbaurI -
i as :
That is why it is so easy to have and enJoy a home t MABEL REAVIS Optometrist I
City of Clewiston, County of Hen-

:_::i: that is all electrIc and modern .I :ii:::: dry, Florida October, 1941. Glasses' Scientifically Fitted andRepairedBroken
27S-oct. 10-17-24-31.
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:::::: > ::::i: NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Duplicated

..1.. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME:: Office Hopkins Bldg., ClewistonI
: .'... and
'. I ,ery Thursday-day

.i..s. Notice is hereby given that the un- ] I II
AV .... dersigned, under the' provisions of ,I
...- Chapter 20,953. Laws of Florida, Acts
_:..:. : .:....:. of 1941 will register with the Clerk'of

ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. .... the Circuit Court, .in and for Hen- i I .:N.N.N.N.N.N:N:N:N.N:...N.N.N.N:N.N.N.N:N:N:N.N:N.N..
dry County, Florida, receipt of
:!::: upon w. ;
1 proof of publication of this notice, .. e. ..

f ._... the fictitious name, to-wit: i..:.. ....
..i. Clewiston rili J n "
Fish Company
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+ ;
-;': .:..:. under which I am engaged in businessat -
.:. AA Clewiston. That the party interested ::: CLUMBUS DID NOT DISCOVER :_:-
-; : : in said business is as follows:
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-. 7-- >, .:..:. JOE GRIFFIN' :.i._: AMERICA IX 1492!
Li. .:..:., City of, Clewiston, County of Hen- 'c. .-a.
: : .: .:. dry Florida October 4, 1941. On October 12, 1492 Columbus .:.
0-. .:ii..:. 273-oct. 10172431. :_: sighted an island which' he call .;. '
.... .
_; ed San Salvador and which :i Ix
:? '" NOTICE OF INTENTION. TO ::r has' since been identified with ._.. \ -- 'f

if Glades Power andLigUt" : : il:I, REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME .:. Watling Island. On his 3rd .:. (.

x voyage in 1498 he beheld, for : *
.. JTO I WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: ::: the first time the mainland of ;3. ,
( _:..:. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned .
yV f ,- under the provisions of +z South America. 1.-"Envyt :_ !

xv l Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Actsof :: clopedia Britannica" 11th :s: :
i .=. ._ ._. 1941 will register with the Clerk I+; Edition. 2. "Harmsworth .ii .
t..+ .=..i. of the Circuit ,Court, in and for Hen-I i
Encyclopedia. 3. "Popular :::
.. dry County. Florida receipt of
Q.. .................................... . . . . .:, ; of upon :1:: Fallacies". S. E. Ackerman ._
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TH' NAW Your in is
Navy '
A n pay gravy ( "

fe' BUCKS JNr UNIFORM LIKE ENLISKS AN' FREE THEPAY. ,. GOT TI-4E No rent to pay. No food to buy. No-doctor's or t; ;f... ;
THAT! FOOD AM1 NO dentist's bills. Even movies and other entertain -

'DOCTOROR ment are free.And when you first enlist the Navy ,'.

c ; ,' Acc: gives you $118,00 worth of uniForms I I

DENTISTBILL'S rP ?'{''Y r ?ti!{ And if you want to learn a trade/the Navy Is : .. ;

the place to do it.There are forty-five-odd trades -
\ you can learn training that's worth hundreds K i

of dollars the first year. "

V The Navy offers the chance of a lifetime to #

young men. If you are 17 or over,get a free copy

.. eJ of the illustrated booklef/'llFE, IN THE U.S.NAVY," .

from the Navy Editor of this newspaper. Simply ;

write or coll. ;


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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1941: -u.
rlI ,-
:f : Mr. and. Mrs. "Skeet" Barwickand I Dr. B. A. Bourne left on Tues (i Smith. A salad plate was served ,

I baby son of Miami visited day for New' Orleans, La., and by the hostess following play.
I Ir
Recent Bride
' friends in Clewiston Tuesday. Laurel, Miss., to spend several dayson I I On Saturday evening the apart-

'I{: r'I r-Personals J i business. -- i!i I ment given was for the thescene Dilley's house of a guests party,

Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. H. R. '"
Mr.. and Mrs. Franklin
Hall and Mrs. R. C. Wilson were 1 Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Crochet, Mr.I I r Gardner of
Winter Haven. Guests
and Mrs. Arthur Bong and Sharon F were Mr.
l Beach Tu'esday. I .
visitors in West Palm '
( ,Crochet motored to Avon Park and Mrs. Gardner, Miss Mildred
1 Miss Roberta George and 'Halson Sunday night. I Durst, Harry. Keck,. Mr. and Mnf.
Avant spent Sunday visiting friends I .-- i'I t.t.t. J. M. Couse, Mr. and Mrs. R. N.

in Miami. i, Dink Davis of 'Everglades has Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wethington j I Smith.. .
Clewiston, and is employed -
moved to :
\ and Miss Renee Wethington and i I
I Mr. and Mrs. Ray Yoder of in the hardware department at Leon Brewer spent Saturday afternoon j I t. COMMUNITY CHURCH SERVICES
Moore Haven were visitors in Clew- :Parkinson's. It. in Fort Myers. I
I iston Sunday. t. i! t. Arrangements are expected to be
and Mrs. Bill Rainey of made for Rev.: Forest C. Taylor,' of
j, Mr. I Mrs. B. A. Bourne returned. re- J i :' r a> I Fort Lauderdale, former pastor 'of
i Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Lott visited Bradenton spent Sunday in Clew- cently from Johns Hopkins Hospital i ;
(the Community Church here, to oc
friends in Lake Alfred Monday and. .iston visiting! the former's uncle, Baltimore, where she had II I cupy the pulpit at the services on
Tuesday. _. and family. Mr. been ill for a month. I I .; .
,,, W. W. Perry, the coming Sunday morning. Even
''I -- :Rainey : is employed in the machine -- I I 1/4452 if Rev. Taylor does not arrive ,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith returned 1 Misses Phoebe Peterson, Margery there will be services and everyone
shops and he and his wife
Sunday night from Miami where' Spoolstra and Elizabeth Huffaker I j I E. is cordially invited to attend.

they visited for several days. moved to Clewiston! Wednesday.I spent the week-end in West Palm i i i :. rrxi vr'i ',. ----' ;

Beach with Miss Peterson's par- i ...
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Tennis Matches HereI

l:I I (..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:----.j i ents. -- I I Ii k .
? r' Sunday Afternoon
I y 1I | Miss Trixie. Tuck is reported as "
'recuperating nicely at the Albee :'" if ; .
I --
I I !! clinic hospital in Venice, following; MRS. MUNSELLE STONEStoneBozeman I A tennis team from West Palm -
MIDNITECALLt. 'an operation on her foot last 'we k.Sh'e Beach will be here Sunday afternoon -
'is expected to return to. Clew I to play a series of matches
I y iston in a few days. with local enthusiasts
( on the mu-
I I .
yI .. nicipal courts. The matches will
I .t. : I II i I[ William. P. Bell of West Palm : begin about two-thirty and some
? Friends of :Miss Winnifred Boze-
Beach and Vivien N. Thompson of' interesting action is indicated.
for windstorm man and Munselle Stone were surprised ...
asking -
I f Yes we got one some St. Augustine arrived the latter
,' this week to learn of their Local players who will participate
!part of the week and are located include R. N. Smith A. L.
marriage which occurred on Sep-
the blow threatened :!:
when -
protection here as /draftsmen in the office of
..,. .". tember 16th, in Gainesville, Florida 'G. M. Ford, A. L. Neilson, Ed Clark
'|the U. S. Engineers. !N. ',V. S.' Mumford, Jim Beardsley,

: -but that's pretty late! Are you :.:1: -' \ The ceremony was performed in I Marion Lee. W. E. .Dilley and others.
i '
Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Gardner! \
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:: ready for NEXT TIME-There'll be one. :: are parents of a baby boy, weighing :the First Baptist Church of Gaines "
AX. ville by the Rev. Dr. T. V. McCaul, :Benson Speaks-
seven pounds one ounce, who'
y pastor of the church. The couplewas
!wa's born :
in a Miami hospital Saturday '
: unattended.Mrs. I
.t. i October 4. The baby has' Continued Iron Faire 1)

? : been named Fletcher, Jr. j I II Stone is the attractive The next meeting will be at the .
:i: Beardsley Insurance : i .. I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. I Community Center here next Thursday -

:i: :: i I Miss Betty Lou Douglas of West Bozeman of Gainesville. She was night. \ -
I 'graduated from the Lake Placid
:. Agency :!: Palm Beach spent the weekendhere I Attending the Moore Haven meet;
High School in 1940, and made her
i; with Miss Hortense Collins. |ing were Mr. Benson, W. C. Owen,
:;%: HOPKINS ''BUILDING :). 0 .;: Miss Collins, Adolph and Fred (I II I home in Clewiston for several \\R. M. Bishop, Jim Beardsley, JIm-
; : ( ( months afterwards with Mr. and
.i.' I Driggers rccompanied her to West I( Wilson, M. M. Prewitt, Fred
:: Phone 66 for Ruth Beardsley or :;: :Palm Beach 'Sunday' afternoon. Mrs. R. R. Hooks. Dunaway, F. E< Conkling and E.

-t. A.:. I'I'I 'I The groom is a native of the E. Gross of Clewiston; Judge R.

:t: :i: I Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot and' Mr. and Lake Okeechobee region. Born at M. Harris, R. N. Miller, Dennis

.. . .. ., . . .......... South Bay, he moved at an early j Small and Scoutmaster L. W. Turner -
:NN)+:N N N:N: :N:M N M N NNN, : :M M N:NN:N N N N:N N NN:N N NON N:H M N N M N N M N : N NON Nti Mrs. Keathley. Bowden were in '
gage with his parents to Clewiston of LaBelle and Rev. S. I. Hen-

I I + rand received his education in the !drjx, S. C. Stalls, L. E. Farnam
I 'I'local school. He graduated with and Carr Settle of Moore Haven.

I I the class of 1940, and was interested -
I '
in athletic activities. He was I Subscription $2.00 Per Year

I captain of the football' ,team for .
, :two seasons, and in 1940 received I
MOTORING to' Washington Monday -
i the cup presented to the most val-
iI iI I : October 13th. Glad to take
I uable member of the squad.
I I one or two passengers for company.
Mr. Stone spent this :past weekend (Apply." Major" at...Clewiston.Inn., ..
l in Gainesville and brought his _.
I -
Mi i bride home with him Sunday. Theyare ,

residing at present with his i
*-'*?& I mother, Mrs. ViOla Stone,. in South iI .
I & Foster t
., ..,. : Clewiston. Ehney .y
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C- ; / :: .
;, ?..+ ;y.h : : For Furniture PaintingFloor
If ,r" ,.N ; ,y.1. rjrl {.A. I Sprayer.
Moore Haven Monday afternoon. Sanding j

They attended the open house celebrating Phone 69 Free Estimates

v f I the fifty-fifth wedding anniversary -
of Mr. and Mrs. C. H.

Settle. I

,yyi I I W.,. J. Robinson-, Connie Clark. I I CODntlo M. COUSE

Ie. E. Sapp, Tracy Stone, Charles
.. ,"' % ,,;a ti and Attorney at law
I Roberts and H. A. Sutton we'ein
F Hopkins Building
visitors -St. Augustine this week. I'
\They went up to take the examina- Wednesdays and Saturday

; 'ft tions required each year of all I 9SO to 4:00 '

SERVICE ofYOU'RE A I railroad. employees.Mrs. : .

t D. W. Clark and children,

LOOKING AT I Danny and Lucille, will leave next
q Seek for Bermuda. They will spenda ''

NATIONAL CHEVROLET DEFENSE AIDS THE NEW STYLE THAT WILL STAY NEW"DESIGNED sonville few days and with go by relatives train in to Jack-New I I .". '.1 be.' (=.;;rT<" ,. .;

TO LEAD IN York, where they will board a boat '
( dways',
for Bermuda to join Mr. Clark, who

-II Chevrolet brings you "the new style STYLINGDESIGNED has the been government there for dredge five ,months Welatka.with.I I ,be 1 e1Jlembe1"ed. "r.,

that1' will stay new" with swank, { :.' ', '." .J

: sweeping "Leader Line" Styling I '.. i1. '.' '." ..'). .,,':.:..:
Earl L. Smith has returned from iI
I :
with distinctive new "Door-Action" TO LEAD IN, a leave of several weeks with the ,.f.:<.BULOV4: .:>

:;: .. V jWuilNG AHPUN!INGINliCL Fenders with smoothly modeled U. S. ,Engineers during which time .I :.::";,'',.'',. .. :..., .. -. ;;,
. Bodies by Fisher of a size and beauty PERFORMANCEequaledonly he spent 15 days in the Bay Pines >/",'"r";' .,', ',, wA TrH 1'1.J' "'jJ. .
:. Peters- < W..t1.
i Veteran's Hospital at St. > :
by much costlier I : .
cars. burg for a nasal operation. He reports ;t"L/ : ;
t, And matching this style leadership of DESIGNED that A. A. Sturgis who spent I .

\ The Finest Chevrolet of All Time is the TO LEAD IN several months in Bay Pines after,I
W I being retired and leaving Clewis-
j combined and
performance economy ECONOMYHub ton, has now been discharged and ig

r:. leadership which has made Chevrolet its much improved in health I i4 ',

::,' TRAINING MAMTBUNd OfflOtt the No. 1 car for ten of the last eleven / I

t;, years. See it-drive this beautiful (EVENING BRIDGE CLUB
'' MEETS WITH 1ffiS.rILSOX I I 75c
-- new car today,

t Mrs. Jimmy Wilson entertained l Weekly

f IT PAYS TO BUY THE LEADER members of her bridge club at her I
I home Friday evening. High score p; h .
I prizes, both double decks of cards,

L AND GET THE LEADING BUY I[Durreuce.were won' by Mr. and Mrs. Foy "

The hostess served chicken salad,
II crackers and tea to Mr; and Mrs. I

Chevrolet Company Inc. Durrence, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Lee, 4

: Padgett.Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Miller and Dan

I 75c

, Located in Sugarland Service Building DILLEYS HOST AT BRIDGE ,


Phone 87 ClewistonALL I -
a I Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dilley
"' I tained with a bridge party at their/
apartment at the Clewiston

CHEVROLETS ARE SHIPPED TO FLORIDA---NOT DRIVEN---. Mr.day and evening.Mrs. J.Their M. Couse guests of Included Moore: i,, Goff Jewelry Company"Serving

Haven, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnison Florida's West Coast"
so they come to you genuinely NEW! ; and Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Smith.l,
Itf. High score prize was won FORT

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Gems of Thought

THIS is a proof of a well-
$: mind, to rejoice in

what is good and to grieve at
Prepare onions under water, the opposite.-Cicero. ;

preferably running water, and Without a rich heart wealthis

spare the eyes. an ugly beggar.-Emerson..
The purest treasure mortal times
Uge lard for greasing cake tins., affordIsspotless

The salt in the butter causes the reputation that i
; away,
cake to burn or stick to the tin. B. Men are but- gilded. loam, or painted
,* PEEVE clay. Shakespeare.

Dry salt sprinkled immediatelyon Animals are such agreeable :

,new fruit stains will prevent .: S friends-they ask no questions,
them from being'permanent.. they pass no criticisms.-
',* George Eliot.
Accurate measuring spoons, Strong and bitter words indi-, .
cups and cans not only give bet- cate a weak cause.-Victor

ter results, but they' save food ma- Hugo. ,

Here's New Set of

..irftIIWtiZE ;
Tea Towel Motifs


Injurious Doctrines (WNUService) a

The mischiefs'' of fire, of water,

or robbers, extend only to the
body; but those of pernicious doctrines a
to the mind. Chinese liWX i

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When bowels are sluggish and you feel I /
irritable, headachy and everything you
do Is an effort, do as millions do-chew
FEEN-A-MINT, the modern chewinggum I / 'il j
laxative. Simply chew FEEN-A- u UTENSILS appliqued in the col-
:MINT before you go to bed-sleep with- do or is to be accented in
out being disturbed-next morning gentle,
thorough relief, helping you feel swell the kitchen-shall we say yellow
again, full of your normal pep. Try or red-would be pretty for this
FEEN-A-MINT.'Tastes good, is handy L.l set of tea towels. Lovelier still
and economical.A family supplyFEENaA.MINT
generous these
costs only are designs when delicate,
harmonizing tints or shades are

101 used" for the flower appliques as
an accent:
Forgetting FriendsHe
The panholder in Z9341 15 cents, with
who forgets his own ,friends its plaid effect, may be made up using
meanly to follow after those of a small pin checks. Various motifs-the cup.
is snob.Thackeray. sugar bowl, or salad bowl might be usedto
higher degree a .
MAMA SHUT : ii. :; JJr. s adorn the corners of luncheon cloths.
" i 4. ONE TWO.THREE / while a single flower, leaf and tendril
} :f;;:, OUR EYES AN lIt FIVE could be placed in napkin corners for a
s. :i r
{f.. : set of distinct individuality. Send your
B s 0 I i+.ifi.:

A Soothing SA Iv r Box 166-W 'Kansas City Mo.
ANTISEPTICUsed 'J r; Enclose 15 cents for each pattern

by thousands with satisfactory results A (i .. ..%::.r{. desired. Pattern No...............
for 40 years-six effective ingre'dicnts. -
.._ Get Carboil at drug stores or mail :Cry: j l v 4.4: : ':%.q::}; Name ......................!....:...
SOe to Spurlock-Neal Co.,Nashville,Term. '
I ,w,,: Address .............................
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Edge Removed is
Who riseth from a feast 'with .

that keen appetite that he sits 'T ) SNIFFLESPEt4ETAO -

down?-.Merchant of Venice. ,


GOOD 11.DaUO Simple BeautyIf

i k. STORES rNAUGHTY Q ,- ,ARCHIBALD! \ V you get simple beauty, and

IARGE "" R WHAT HAPPENIU Yr nought else, you get the best thing

sort E t' BOY! .. god invents.-Browning.
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1 Men who are rascals severally P : 'r .r...v.v'r _

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?L rir''rf: :: takes care of ths OUTSIDE. Bat what
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By are of 40 or 50 digestion and elimination
1 are not as vigorous as in youth. Not
f enough exercise. Foqd still tastes
PayneWNU good, and it's a constant tempta-
MY"CapBrush"4pplitala tion to eat more than one should

t: : The Bell SyndcateInc.-WNU[ Service ,;: ;- THEN-spells of CONSTIPATION -
; coated
ht- : aggravating gas
; tongue,listlessness. Try ADLER-
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tf,, _[Q and 3 laxatives for
CO MUCH FARTHER relieves gas, and gentle bowel
z DASH IN FEATHERS.7 :; b action quickly follows. Just take

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WNU-7 41-41 SHELL
? Like the measles, love is the
most dangerous when it comes
:' More Audacity
r What we need for victory, is au- late, in life.-Byron.

' dacity, and audacity and forever
i. i audacity.-Da ton.

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the music went on, all the chil- tect" it? 1.
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cally, with one exception, little ing forties? 2.
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No Damage- .1 I schools of the county during the i twelve additional bathrooms have Collector Miller said occupational timated 75 in this county.
recently been installed. I licenses were, due October 1, and
!day.A few residents of Clewiston I those who have not purchased the
Sixty enthusiastic
(Continued from page 1) drove to points'up the ridge for the new permits were liable for arrestat ing Cadets stationed English Fly-
at the
where hangar accommodations could night, out of the path of the storm ,Defeats- any time for operating a business Air Base in Jacksonville when
'but the majoriy of the people stay- t without a license. '
be obtained. Some are' reported questioned as to what they liked
ed close at home. Mr. Miller said he had sold
far Tallahassee only ,
have as as II best about
gone America, ,
Nick Schlffli, at left end, Billy ,20 replied
I licenses
: so dar out of
through which city the storm pass- ,, an es 'I"American girls."
Perry at center. Martin Waldron at I I
ed after crossing south Florida. Coast Line ToContlnuorl Belcher at left ,
right end Sidney I
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resumed Tuesday and Thursday flying with was partially regular I ( -from F.E:. 1'of > .I and John Bethea tailback.-. I I::_:: ANNOUNCING THE OPENING' OF n..j.' ;

schedules underway again today. !' whom arrived by,car' or bus. The i All Beverage Dealers 'IY'I Our I
Many Clewiston residents, anxi- '''constant and substantial growth of I'I ; Bowling Alleys :;:
ously listening to radio reports of '''the Lake Region; the construction Have Bought LicensesHendry
the storm's progress, kept tuned in of the Riddle-McKay Aero School I I I SATURDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 4TH *
to the U. S. Engineer short wave ) just west of Clewiston; as well as : ..
radio telephone. communications | the expansion and diversification'! ( County News :;: 15 cents a line for both duck-pins and ten-pins. A ::?
and thus kept up with the wind program recently announced by the County Tax Collector R. N. Miller := cash prize for high score in each every week. :fIIOI .
velocities and other weather reports ;, corporation have all contributed to I I said that all dealers in beverages
from these stations. | creating the demand which the new j I in Hendry County had bought their
As the storm was due to strike I Pullman service will fill. To meet new licenses. Nineteen in all, !l A AND :B LIN ALLEYS i

about school time Monday morningno increasing requests for better accommodations -| beer, wine and whiskey, have been I.
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