The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00861
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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 17, 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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I Sugar Harvest To Begin On Monday I


Sugar Corporation Acquires Cadets Entertained In Biggest Crop And Longest

III Plant Sites On ,St. Lucie. Canal Fort Myers Week-End Season Predicted By Officials

139 British Cadets from the
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Riddle-McKay field here were the -

-, 3,300CHES BETWEEN IX PORT TWO' MAYACA PARCELS Embrey-Riddle To Buy guests of civic organizations in Lawrence Will HeadReemployment WAGE EFFECTIVE INCREASES MONDAY WILL IN,THE BE

Fort Myers over' the week-end ata
Carlstrom, Dorr FieldsThe series of entertainments and were Service '

Clarence It. Bitting, president of guests of residents over Saturday -
I I The 1941-1942 sugar harvest In
in the various homes.
United States Sugar Corporation, Embrey-Riddle company, oc- night A fish fry was held Saturday 1 I A. W. Lawrence received his appointment the Everglades will begin Monday'

has announced the acquisitionof I cupying the government owned afternoon, followed by a dance with this week from Governor morning, October 20, according to

approximately 3,300 acres in properties at Carlstrom and Dorr more than a hundred Fort Myers Spessard L. Holland as reemployment the announcement made Wednes-

two parcels, having three miles I Fields under' a lease in connectionwith girls present as dancing partnersfor officer for the Hendry County day afternoon by Jay W. Moran,

the operation of primary the flying cadets. Sunday draft board. general manager and vicepresidentof
of frontage on St. Lucie Canal between -
i I training schools for flying cadets morning many of the boys attended His duties are to seek employ- the United States Sugar Corporation -
Port Mayaca and Indian: I sought recently the right to pur- for and on that morning the color-
(I, services at the, St. Luke's Epis- ment men after their dischargefrom
town. In addition to the two large ( chase the property from the War copal church and a beach outing at U. S. Army service. Upon ed cane cutters, 'with newly sharpened -

tracts/ the acquisition includes necessary I Department. ,This right was granted Fort Myers Beach with a luncheon their release ,all data is sent to Mr. knives, will go out to start cut-

rights of way to connect :. this week by the ,House Military from one to two Sunday afternoon,I Lawrence and if his former job is ting the biggest cane crop in the

: 'Affairs committee and a price of followed by a swim "climaxed the not still available he will seek history of Everglades' sugar produc-
such sites with lands owned by, tion.
$5,760 was set on each field. two day visit.A placement for the men according to
Glades Land Corporation and ,under,j The War Department purchasedthe number of cars were driven their ability. In this connectionhe Enough cane will be cut that day

option to United States Sugar Cor-,( properties during the last World from: Fort Myers in a motorcade to will work closely with the state, in the various plantations to begin

poration. War for $5,120 and established air take the boys down and bring them re-employment service. operating the sugar house at Clew

training schools. The fields were iston and at noon on Tuesday it is
.. In making the announcement, back Sunday afternoon. One cadet
planned to dump the first car of
abandoned in 1923.
Mr. Bitting'said: "The acquisitionof picked.up a Model T Ford for $5.00
cane into the mills. Present esti-
these lands for future plant-site and drove it home. WESTERN UNION HAS -
mates are that the crop will last
i' development is but one more dem- So many Fort Myers residents
until the latter part of April bar-
onstration of our faith in the Ever: !I CREDIT UNION MAKES asked to entertain the boys in their
ring unforeseen weather conditionsfor
glades. These plant sites, together I homes that there were not enoughto ON TWO OPERATORSBecause
I the biggest crop on record.
with the rights of way, will per-, go around. Major A. B. Fan-
This will be the earliest openingof
mit the handling of all products EXCELLENT PROGRESSThe stone and Major George Burdick
the harvest in the history of the
north and east of Hillsborough Ca- f were the guests of Dave Shapardat of the increased volumeof
sugar production in the 'glades, the
nal on our plantation tracks with the Bradford Hotel. business handled ,by and throughthe

: our own equipment and will giveus Everglades Credit Union, I The cadets asked that the sign local office of the Western Un- earliest previous opening having
been on October 24, 1939, three
access to Eastern Seaboard organized in June ana beginning "Welcome British Cadets" be sent ion Telegraph Company the hoursof
later than this
markets by water transportation I operating July 1 has made a most them for "a souvenir of the occas- opening have been lengthenedand days year.
Improvements which have been
through the St. Lucie Canal and I commendable record during the ion and arrangements were made Miss Iris Ford of Frostproof
made in the sugar house during the
the coastal waterway; the marketsof three and a half months since its by the Fort Myers Jaycees for its arrived this week to. act as assistantto

the Mississippi Valley may II organization, it was, disclosed this delivery. Mrs. J. M. Fountain, managerof summer season are expected to result -
in increase in the
be reached through. the St. Lucie week after a thorough audit of the the office. *' some aver-

,, Canal,' Lake Okeechobee, Caloosa- books by the supervising committee. The office in the future will remain -. age daily grind and the employment
required to harvest and deliver the,
hatchee River, Gulf ,of Mexico and open from eight o'clock a. m. '
additional will
tonnage show a resultant -
i the 1Iissisippi''an4! its tributaries. Records show that the Union now until__n_ ninp. n'rlnplr n._ m._.,. and_____ will
increase. The
I "Our research organization ,has has 186 members,,,all employees of not be closed at noon.On Sundays principal
> demonstrated the United States Sugar Corporation CONCERT the office will be' open from benefit to employment, however,
AT :
already that new ,and 12,088.15 RIDDLE Mr. Moran points out, is in the extended -
i additional crops to meet needs ; that has been paidin nine to ten a. m. and from five to '
of the
I : crop year.
I formerly, supplied! by foreign countries for shares during the three anda six p. m.' Messages may be sent Increases

I.... ;-'may "be sut-e ifull ." produced ,half'-" months< ?f.4Ji fe are now, FIELD FOR CADETSA from the Clewiston',- Inn. outside of The. management Wage of the corporation -
in South Forid Other additionalnew loans "outstanding 'membersof these hours.Under .*- recognizing the "increases in
crops under $1590 which are all current and the new set-up ,,1Irs.Foun-
are now investi-
the cost of living and likewise in
gation and new uses for both pres- no delinquent payments. A totalof most enthusiastic welcome was tain will work from '8:00 a. m. until -
recognition of extended services,
ent and proposed crops are being $2400 has. been loaned and nota given the thirty-piece band of the 5:15'p.. m. Miss Ford takes the has made substantial increases in

studied., This type of fundamental I single payment has been delinquent United States Sugar Corporation remainder of the, time in the after- the rates of pay throughout the

research by private enterprise will during: the time. when it appeared Wednesday nightat noon, going on at 4:30 P. m. The organization which will become effective -

unquestionably redound 'to the The credit union was organizedby Riddle-McKay Field for an new operator will also work during at the start of the harvest.

benefit of all residents of the Ever- and for employees of, the cor; hour's concert for the British cadets noon hour' and to 2:30 p.:' m.' Federal regulations under the ad-

glades and the greatly expanded poration and the only requirementfor from eight to nine'o'clock.. The extra operator was said to ministration of the Sugar Act are at

employment ,will result in substantial membership is that one share Loud applause was given each have been necessary after a tele- this time such that the entire acre-

increases in the flow of com- of stock, $5.00, in the union, bepurcha'sed number, particularly those British printer was installed at Riddl -Mc- age for this crop, both for the

merce throughout the State and Na- by the member. This tunes played. in honor of the oc Kay Flying School. corporation and the several inde-

tion. As long as we" have the may be paid out in payments as low casion. Cadet ,Captain Reeves of be harvestedand
pendent growers, can
courage, the vision and the abilityto as 25c and there has been no limit the RAF made a talk in which he Seven Negroes Will there will be no penalty imposed -

push ahead in the developmentof set as yet on the number of shares expressed appreciation of the ca for harvesting such excess

new crops and new uses for both anyone member may hold. The 'dets for the hospitality of the peo- Leave for BlandingSeven (Continued on Page T)

old and new crops we will have in Union provides the employees witha ple of Clewiston and the courtesyof

the Everglades an ever-broadening place for, their savings and assures the :United States Sugar Cor .. :
Kiwanians Discuss
frontier and an ever-widening them a place where they can poration. :Major George Burdick, negro draftees from "Hen-

horizon." secure small loans when necessary.All RAF officer in charge of the field, dry County will .report to. the 'localoffice State ConventionThe

.--- loans are passed upon by a was unable to, attend the concert, of the draft board at 7:45

Local Man Dies Of credit committee composed of A. The concert was held in the Wednesday morning to be sent to

O. Ward, James H. Wilson, L.- T. spacious mess hall at the field. One the U. S. Army induction stationat Kiwanis meeting Wednesday

Taylor, H. H. Sears and T. H. end was cleared for the orchestra Camp Blanding. night at the Inn was well, attendedand
Heart Attack '
I j Jones. The bulk ot loans to date and seats were placed in the other j| The seven are: Curtis Zell, the members heard a splendid

II have been for fifty dollars or less. lend to 'accommodate the cadets Rhodes, George Marshall, Ben Jun- report on the state convention held

Payments on loans are arrangedfor and the forty or more people from ior Owens of Clewiston; Clarence the past Sunday, Monday and Tues-

George Dobbs HInes, 46, a resi- the convenience of the borrowerand Clewiston who attended the con- .Benning Kimbers of Union Springs, day in Orlando given by Ed Mar-
dent of Clewiston for thirteen years, interest is paid on the basis of cert. >, I IOn lAla.; Eddie Lee Mason of Union kette, one of the delegates from

died Monday afternoon at his home one per cent per month on the unpaid -. October 30 the Plantation Springs, Ala.; Edward Lee La the club.

here with a heart attack. balance. All shares of stock' Choral Group 'will be taken to the Shore of Selma, Ala.", and James The convention was the greatestin

Mr. Hines had been in ill health ( Continued on page 10) field for a concert. William Bolton, a transfer from the history of Kiwanis in Florida

for several months but had continued -- -- The following program was ren- Atlanta, Ga. with an attendance 'or'more than a

working during most of the : Tigers Lose 26.0 dered by the band under the direction Of the eight white boys sent to thousand. Sixty clubs of the sixty-
three in the state represented.
. jjej time. Monday morning he is .said of Prof. F. G. Sturchio: Blanding' recently four were rejected were'

If to have suffered a light heart At Moore Haven 1. '"Rule Britannia. and returned home last week. 1Iarkette'sreport

attack and recovered and in the 2. "British Grenadiers." Those rejected were Vernon Cross, In addition to Mr.
talks highlights of the
afternoon there came another more -- 3. "The Scout"-l\Iq.rch. LaBelle; Lawrence Enloe, Joe on''

severe which he could not throw The Clewiston Tigers were swept 4. "Let Me Call You Sweet- Leiter and Leon Brewer of Clewis- convention were given by others
who J, E. Beardsley, C.
off their in the heart.' understood to have attended
off. feet first half of ton. They are
I E. Miner and R. M. Bishop.
Mr. Hines the game at Moore Haven last Fri- 5. "Military Escort"-March. been rejected because of minor
moved here with his The of G. ,E. Etherton was
family 'in 1928 from Tennessee and day night by a heavier and more 6. "Best Loved Southern Melo- physical defects name
club member.
took experienced Terrier team but ralliedin dies." Mrs! I. S. Bell, Jr., clerk in the presented as a new
position with
a the SouthernSugar' Officers will be nominated at the
the final half to hold the Ter- 7. "Everglades Sugar March"- draft office, stated this week that
Corporation and held that
meeting next week which will be
position with that its riers scoreless. The final score Combined and arranged by F. G. all questionnaires have now been
company and business meeting.
director U. S. S. C. Band. not known what strictly a
the United was 26-0. Sturchio, sent out and it is
successor, States Sugar .
Corporation, until his death. He The Tigers only real scoring 8. "Star Spangled Banner.' steps will be taken to get men after T

threat was in the third quarter this group is exhausted. There is Fire Department Has
was a painter by trade and work- I
ed at his trade most of the time when Bethea squirmed from the DAN BEARDSLEY IS OFFICER a call for seven whites on November -

for the corporation. arms of several Terrier, players and IN CLUB AT UNIVERSITYDan 6th and eight colored on No- First Bowling TeamThe

ran sixty yards across the goal line. vember 17.
Surviving relatives include his
The play was called back, however, Beardsley, son of Mr. and ---- Clewiston Volunteer Fire
wife and three children. A
; s-v Mrs. Louise Johnson, lives daughter at- officials having ruled that he step- Mrs. J. E. ,Beardsley and a studentat Red Cross Wants 'Department has completed organization

, I ped out of bounds. An off-side the University of Florida, has of their bowling team for this
South Bay, one son
Jimmy, was
in the last county draft call and penalty also prevented the Terriers been honored by 'being selected as Volunteer WorkersAnyone 'season, the first, in the league
adding another score in the second vice president of the Agricultural which will probably consist of six
was allowed to return home from
College Club. He is also associate teams. A practice session was
Camp Blanding for the funeral and half.Moore
Haven scored two touchdowns editor of the monthly agricultural who is willing to do a bit scheduled between the fire depart-
another son, William who recipes
! in the ,first quarter and two college paper, "Florida College of sewing or knitting for the Red ment and the Riddle Field me-
: in Tennessee and could: not return
ire in the second. Moore ac- Farmer." Cross is urged to volunteer now. chanics last night.

\ home. cou' ted for two, Hendrix for one The local chapter is anxious to Members of the team are Jimmy

r Ferguson Funeral Home had and Hall for one. BRITISH OFFICER HERE complete its present lafe quota by Wilson, L. C. Rosenberg, Sandy Bell,

1 charge of arrangements and serv- Thd Clewiston line-up for the Thanksgiving and has sewing and Charlie Benson, John ,Perry, A. C.

!l ices were held at the home Wednesday better part of the game was: Perry, Major K. Rampklin, a new RAF knitting ready to be taken out. Carlton and Jimmy Weaver.

afternoon with interment in center; Waldron and SchiffH, officer' at 'Riddle-McKay Aero Col- Call at the Community Center Other teams will organize shortly ..,

i a West Palm Beach cemetery. A ends; Martinez, Belcher and Be- lege, arrived this week and is residing Mondays and Fridays when the to begin league play on the A.

I : large number of friends from ''thea in the backfield. Pape was asubstitute. for the time at the Clew- room is turned into a Red Cross and 'B. Alleys which 'are now open
Clewiston attended the services. iston Inn. work room. for the season.

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) I j %z .I ; chased only'by friendship.
man may have authority over

You Tell I others, but he can never have
First Voice on Phone-What their heart but by giving his

number is that? own.-Thomas Wilson.

Second Voice.Y ou ought to
It is not the mere station of
know; you called it. PETERB. life that stamps the value on

us, butthe manner in which we
trouble with the self-
Another I .
act our part.Schiller.One .
made man is that he invariablytakes

too much pride in his work. .. PEEV precedent creates anoth.
er. They soon accumulate and

The Truth"I constitute law. What, yesterdaywas
fact today is doctrine.-.
can tell what people are
thinking of me just by looking in Lord Shelburne. S

their eyes." Go put your creed into your deed
"Bit embarrassing at times, Nor speak with double tongue.
isn't it?" -Emerson.



Books Are Links
Worst Sorrows
God be thanked for books. Theyare The
worst sorrows in life
the voices of the distant and
not in its losses and misfortunes,
and make heirs of
the dead, us
but its
fears.-A. C. Benson.
the spiritual life of, past ages.-

William E. Channing.

'-. Pull the Trigger on

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So/- Ease for Stomach, too
if. When constipation brings on acid indigestion
,stomach upset bloating, dizzy
spells, gas, coated tongue, sour taste and
bad breath, your stomach is probably
"crying the blues" because your bowels
don't move. It calls for LaxativeSennato
pull the trigger on those lazy bowels,
combined with Syrup Pepsin for perfectease
to your stomach in taking.For years,
many Doctors have given pepsin prepa-
rations in their prescriptions to make
medicine more agreeable to a touchy stom
TTER ach. So be sure your.laxative contains
Syrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr. Caldwell's
I VISiON Laxative Senna combined with Syrup Pep.
sin. See how wonderfully the Laxative
IHROUSH EYEGLASSES Senna wakes up lazy nerves and musclesin
WASDISCOVERED your intestines to bring welcome relief
.zy; W from constipation. And the good old
Syrup Pepsin makes this laxative so comfortable -
r 1' LVNOD'ARAWTOAROUND HOW AM I GOING TO and easy on your stomach. Even
rt finicky children love the taste of this
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\.. II SMOKINCr ONE OF well's Laxative Senna at your druggist
today. Try one laxative combined with
THE BETTER WAY TO TREAT MY Syrup Pepsin for ease to your stomach,too.


CORRECT THE CAUSE OF THE TROUBLE Whatever cannot be obtained by

: WITH A DELICIOUS honest means had better be avoid. S

,> CEREAL, KEU06S15 ed.-Lincoln.

r ALL rr DRINK EVERY- DAWD1ffjjj44f p '::.lf.. .,'" &

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f' SANAPEl..when applied locally on chronic
skin irritation acts as a potent antiseptic
: In Doubtful Joy eIeaud t>r The Bell Srndleatt. Ine.) destroys bacteria.fungi.as well as parasites.

t.: 'Tis safer to be that which we SANAPEL alleviate the offers itch an and effective ether application discomforts to

r destroy than by destruction dwell caused by superficial skin irritations, suchas

t irk doubtful joy.-Macbeth. MAKE- HIM SMOKE j LETE'S many FOOT forms,of Etc.RINGWORM Get Yours,Today'ATH!

ANOTHER Why Suffer?
SANAPEL Is wonderfully simple to cue(mtrIy
ONE brush It on). It's non-rtalnlng. you don't Inn
r reed bandaatl Order today-S-oz. bottle
Relief At Last cG\\ $1.00 poitpald.money! (Mailed back! guarantee In plain wrapper.)

F'f ForYourCough 50 SALINITRO West 24th Street LABORATORIES- New York

; Creomulslon relieves promptly because ByJ. SelfLoveIn
... It goes right to the seat of the jealousy there is more self-
r-" trouble to help loosen and expel Millar Watt love than love.-La Rochefoucald.
laden and
germ phlegm aid nature
: f to soothe and heal raw, tender Inflamed -
.r-:, bronchial mucous mem- I I
: branes.Tell your druggist to sell you I
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;. Worst Plague
War-a plague of mankind which .. 'Ti Field tests have shown a big differencein
S. \" the quality of inoculator brands on the
should be banished from
the earth. market. You cannot see the legume bac-
-Washington. teria you purchase. Immediate demonstration -
is impossible. What is the reputation
UT 1'OUR HANT and experience behind the inocu-
: QoL' lation you buy?

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after year. During the fall of
TT f' :.. 1040 the Southern ohlpments of
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S.S million pounds of VETCH and WIN-
TER PEAS. This larre demand Iso
doe many Held tests carried on
;; TE after year We prove by these
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: Send for our booklet "Plant Legumes toProsper.
-7 42-41 ," showing pictures of field tests
and how NITRAGIN is made. The booklet
also gives you valuable Information
regarding the inoculation of. legumes.
Miserable R' If your dealer does not have NITRAGIN
in stock. have him get It for you. Insiston
NITRAGIN inoculation.

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neighbor! By D he or she reads in the newspaper.
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That is the buyer's guide.

t C. M. Payne prices one must expect to pay. Let the

seller who tries to charge more beware!

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By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST, D. D. sort of relation of yours. Will you Questions 6. Approximately how
of The Moody Bible Instituteof many
Dean "
air explain what you mean, by that?
Chicago. days were required to frame the
1. What the fourteenth
(Released by Western Newspaper Union) "Well, it's like this. His first was U. S. Constitution?
state to be'admitted to the Union?
wife's cousin and my second husband's -
THIS 2. How many times does the The Answers
first wife's aunt married
Lesson for October 19 tide ebb and flow during each
1. Vermont March 4
brothers named Jones, and they 1791.
period of 24 hours and 51 minutes? 2. Twice.
cousins to mother'sown
were own my
and Scripture texts' seeded
Lesson subjects
and copyrighted by International aunt. Then, again, his grandfather's 3. What is the smallest inde- 3. Uruguay. '
WEEK Council of Religious Education; used by pendent state in South America?
4. Greenland
permission. on my mother's side, were with an area of
second cousins, and his' stepmother 4. How does the area of Green- 826,000 square miles, is nearly
I THE HOLY SPIRIT OUR HELPER married my husband's land compare with that of the 7 times the size of the British Isles.

By LEMUEL F. PARTON stepfather, and his brother Joe British Isles? 5. Canute (king of Norway,
LESSON TEXT-John 3:5-8: Acts 1:8; Ro
r (Consolidated Features-WNU Service.) mans 8:26.28: : Galatlans 52226. and my husband's brother, Henry, 5. What king rebuked the flattery Denmark and England).
YORK.-It has been only in GOLDEN TEXT: As many as are led by married twin sisters. I've always of his courtiers by showing 6. One hundred (from May 25
.: NEW last year or two that this the Spirit of God. they are tAe sons of God.- looked on him as a sort of I that the advancing waves paid no to September 16, 1787, not count
Romans 8:14.Nothing
country began to. ,realize that the cousin." heed to his command? ing Sundays.

,.. Germans had done a vast amountBlueprinting could be more practical
of research or blessed for and in the life and
Ways and organi- service of' the believer than an '

And Means of the zation work, understanding of the person and

': Dictators His Job over may work of the Holy Spirit; yet it is a i Got for silverware

!I ;.; preparing for their world years aggres-, in subject Christians concerning are woefully which ignorant.most a razor me. o oI

:f sion., Devising ways and means to Before taking up the work of the

if meet it on many fronts, military and Spirit as it appears in our lesson,
1,. political, our government belatedly ve should understand that the Holy for wifeuawfththe free B & W j

,t.. discovers Dr. Calvin Bryce Hoover, Spirit is a person, not an influence
; dean of Duke university who was
,. which may exert itself upon a service -
'f out in front in studying dictatorships -
away 'or a power which a man may
I.: trying to understand them obtain and use. He-the Spirit-is
I: and find out what to do about them. one of the Trinity, with the attributes couponsmy on Raleigh cigarettes

Dr. Hoover is an important,member of a person, doing the work
1 of Col. William J. ("Wild 'Bill") of a person and always referred to

Donovan's new diplomatic brain as a person in Scripture. (When
trust, which recruits men of specialized 'it" is used of the Holy Spirit in

i knowledge who have disclosed the A.V. it will be found to be cor-
a timely awareness of the in the
rected to "him" R.V.)
, I. more or less declared war against What then does this divine person :

: I' civilization. do? The work creation was His

Colonel Donovan's title of coordinator as one of the Godhead. He regen-
I of information does erates, He teaches, He comforts, He .r{; lS

not reveal the exciting character leads, He calls and qualifies Christian %w; S::::. k, i.r
I of his bureau which is in workers,; He is the divine $
I reality a somewhat mysterious author of the Bible. These and arYX',
I ideological and political Scotland many other things He does, this One ea
i Yard, studying the originsand who indwells the believer as the

techniques of Nazi power, ever-present: Guide and Counselor. r

evolving plans to meet it in its The Christian is
under-surface penetration every- I. Born of the Spirit (John 3:5-8). {'.
where in the world, recruiting The new birth is indispensable to
against the dictators some of the entrance intO' the kingdom of God.
same psychological forces.whichthey We either enter that way' or we do

employed.So not enter at. all. Let's be clear %.:
about that. "Ye must be born again"is
far as the public'record shows,
not the edict of a church or the .
: Dr. Hoover scored a clean beat on
plea of a preacher; it is the plain .
our ment lavishly in trying staffed to understand state depart-dicta statement of our Lord Himselfv. I A FEW OF THE MANY LUXURY PREMIUMS _; I II

torships and to make an accurate ( 5). fll wM11ex(1timerr> get %: II
appraisal of their intentions and pos- The Holy Spirit is indispensable to I RALEIGH SMOKERS GET : }
We must be born of
sible outreach. It was in 1931 that regeneration.
the How it takes place we
he wrote "The Economic Life of
can no more explain than the coming
; in 1933, "Germany
.Enters. the Third ;..Reich"; and in or going of the;_wind, but just as 1 a 1
1937, "Dictators and ''Democracies." the power of the" wind is known to 1
the us by clear evidence, so the regen-
Through pre-war years of plan-
etary 'complacency, he was writing, erating power of the Spirit, mysterious 1 ln r:::.:::.r 1
it be in operation is r..r 1
though \
in his
books and articles, an out- .,
line of Adolf Hitler as "genius and known to us by the evidences of redeeming : :::>>::::/
fanatic." grace in a man's life. DartGame.Doublefaced. CigaretteCases.English ''f; f 'S'A THIS ;: 1
II. the Spirit ::: {.t r < VALUABLE I J : II
Empowered by I Cork composition 5 orblackpinsealgraln
These studies
were not phillipics a .
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against Naziism. They search- (Acts 1:8). darts : coupons. leather. 125 coupons. f >
were ::r. I
birth calls for service for : is: I
: LE
Spiritual I
and studious 'fOr "
ing inquiries into, the :::, '''OUs'r.'ro. .J
Christ. For that must have the f I / ":' 1
we i : n'I'onalad Y
and inducements "
origins of dictator- Iii .s cI .t
i aodseaccad
power of the Holy Spirit. A man I 1-1:':> /11'/11 'ngsaserm ;.q Ii
ships. They now provide invaluable r
analyses of the Nazi cultural, eco- may do many ordinary things in the \ % :: s

nomic, military formula for world I strength of his own body and i I !
conquest.Dr. mind (although even these ought !
always to be under the Spirit's control I II.
Hoover, born in Berwick, ), but when he comes to wit- I $I", fl
111., in 1897, was conditioned to nessing for 'Christ, teaching or li: I
patient, methodical work by preaching God's Word, he must .' : I

working' farms and railroadsin have Holy Spirit power or he is utterly Glassware. Platinum WalnutServingTraywith I
his youth. He attended Mon- I. I.m
ineffective. bands.Shaker:150.Pitcl1coloru11n1ay.. 13J'x 19. : fi.I
mouth college and received bis III. Directed by the Spirit (Rom. er:100.Icebowl:100coup.Onelda Beverage-proof. 225 cps. ::
Ph.D. degree at Wisconsin uni- 8:26-28). I

versity in 1925. When he was an The guidance of the Holy Spirit, II I III

undergraduate at the former especially in the matter of prayer, I iii'7#
school, he joined the National is stressed in these verses, but they Ii
, Guard and served two years are a part of a longer passage deal-
; in France in the World war, tak- ing with the indwelling, enabling,
ing part in two battles. He and guiding power of the Holy i
\ joined the Duke university facul- \
Spirit (read vv. 9-14). Every detail 3
ty in 1925, becoming a full professor of life in the home, at business, or ,
I of economics in 1930. in social relations should be in con-
Community Par Free catalog. Brown
In the"aboye clinical studies, Dr. scious submission to His leading.It : "WilliamsonTobacco, UNION MADEPlateSllverware.Pltcher I
Hoover does not find dictatorships is in the realm of the spiritual, 600.nVt'Tray:475 coup. Box 635 Ixmisville. Ky. I
however, that we find ourselves
blue-printed in any patterns of so- B & W coupons good in U. S. A. only. Also packed with TUNEIN"CollegeHumor"everyTuesKODL I
peculiarly infirm (v. 26)), and this
cietal evolution.
They can be fendedoff Cigarettes and Big Ben Smoking Tobacco day night, over NBC Red Network.
itself in
if we're "up and at 'em" without especially prayer- I
. 'losing too much time-but, above "we know not how to pray as we
all, they must first be understood. ought." Then the Spirit in the
Christian makes intercession. How

CALEB S. BRAGG, manufacturer blessed! "The practical meaning of
new plasticsandmahogany these profound words seems to be
airplane, which meets success- that the divine Spirit- by His immediate V
ful tests at Roosevelt field the influence in the saint's soul,
matinee idol which becomes as it were the"organ WiiiJli A IftSf lyiNli lit

Once Cut, Record of of his own address to the Father,

In Airplanes, Now auto racing secures the Tightness the essenceof I

Cuts Cost of 'Em and.! .via- of saint's prayer." (H. C. G. HERE'S WHAT YOU DO o HERE'S WHAT YOU WIN I
i: tion. A handsome Moule). 1 Jack be nimble Jack be quick. 1It'eeimple.It'efun.Justthinkup
'::11 chap, rich, venturesome and a IV. Walking in the Spirit (Gal. 5: You have 133 chances to win. If J
Get a Raleigh. IPs the pick! you send in more than one entry, .1
Yale man. In 1912, he won the Fourth alast lino to this j ingle.Make Euro
will be
It : International Grand Prix automobile Being born again of the Spirit, it rhymes with tho word"puff." Mild and tasty every puff :that your much chances better.of winning Don't delay. ;
and living daily by the Spirit, it is Write your last line of the
i race, was awarded the Vanderbilt right Start thinking right now. I
i cup, by covering 409 miles at that (as v. 25 puts it) "if we live i jingle on the reverse side of a - - I

I 69.3 miles per hour. In that day, a by the Spirit" let us also walk by 1 1 facsimile Raleigh package thereof)wrapper, sign it(withyour or a First prize $100.00 cash I ..
I mile a minute had been put down as the Spirit. The works of the flesh, 1 full name and address, and Second prize 50.00 cash .
II' the limit of safety for automobiles. horrible in their wickedness and mail it to Brown & Williamson originality and aptness of the lino you write. I
II ". lust, are listed in the verses preced- 1 Tobaccol Corp., P. O. Box 180, Judges'decisions must accepted as final. Third prize. 25.00 cash 1
11 Newspapers threw a fit over ing (vv. 19-21), and then by striking 1 Louisville, Kentucky: postmarked In case of ties, duplicate prizes will bo 5 prizes of $10.00. 50.00 cash I
r Mr. Bragg passing this deadline contrast we have the fruit 'of the r not later than midnight, awarded. Winners will be notified by mail. cash I
I and living to tell the tale. Spirit in the life of the Christian. 1 October 20,1941. Anyone may enter (except employees of 25 prizes of$5.00 125.00 .
Time fiivvers on. In 1918 he left Note' the distinction: Work is 1 You may enter as many last Brown&Williamson Tobacco Corp., their 100 of a carton 1
some- 1 lines as you wish,if they are all advertising agents, or their families). .All.
the 150.00
breathless by of Raleighs 1
flying thing we produce; fruit is some- 1 writtenonscparateRaleigbpack-and ideas therein become the property -
from Dayton to Washington, 430 thing that grows. 1 age wrappers(or facsimiles). of Brown & Williamson Tobacco I
miles j in 2 hours and 50 minutes.In Walking in the Spirit the Chris- 1 Prizes will bo awarded on the Corporation. 133 PRIZES $500.00 .

1919 he set a new altitude tian finds in his life the inward ...__.__________________.___a--------------
record of 20,000 feet' for sea- graces of love, joy, and peace.
planes.He These then express themselves outwardly -

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A few weeks ago we saw the hide a policeman of to
out wood put
The Clewiston News I I Youth Is KilledIn
1 of a tremendous panther which was $>rfJoaI jie.us! In our garden.

killed September 17th by a party Charles Miner, Reporter.

Published every Friday In Clewiston, about 30 miles out in Big Cypress THE STAFF LaBelle Crash

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS Swamp from Iminokalee,-: which Barbara Broadfoot __......_ Humor SIXTH GRADE NEWS

Inc. doesn't make it so far distant from Mauryne Prewitt ....__ Chief R-eporter (Hendry
Tamiami Trail The girls in the 6th and 5th County News)
Clewiston,-between Jeanne O'Neill ...__u___ Society I John Harvey
}iE\TIILEY: nownnx. Editor and the Hendry County line. The Juanita Burkett ....._..._... Faculty grades have formed a football' Denaud boy, 20-year-old Fort
some team. Carline Berner is a tragic death
men who killed it were of the Dorothy Knight ...._...._ Sketches captainfor Sunday afternoon
paid deer killers employed by the the 6th grade the 5th grade when the ModelA
matter Barnard Leiter
Entered as second class mall and Ford roadster
February I, 1927, at the Pest Office in state-Tom Geiger, Fred Hender captain has not been announced.The he was driving hit
of Kemper: Bond; _.._....._ Sports the soft shoulder
the Act
Florida approaching
Clewiston a
March 3, 1897.Subscription son Harney Maddox and Walter Marianne Jones ..._...._...._ Clubs arithmetic club has achievedits curve on state highway 25, turned

Christian. Jimmy Paul ...__........___ Reporter purpose so now we will reor- over 'several times and landed 'bottom -

Rate $2.00 Per Year. This monster panther (which cor- Gloria McDuffie _......__ Specialties ganize. Carline Berner's group side up in the roadside ditch.

responds in this country to the Class Reporters won, and as agreed beforehand, the Harvey was thrown over the wind-

:s Advertising Raters'On Application mountain lions of the Rockies) Betty McDuffie, Philip McLeod other three groups will give the shield, according to Ralph May 19,

measured 8 feet 5 inches from the Gloria McDuffie, Beulah G*.hrlt. winners a party. who was riding with him and in

Devoted to the advancement and wel- tip of his nose to the tip of his ---- Doris Strickland.The his fall the main artery in the neck;
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County.MEAXBER. tail.-and that's a mighty big girls of the 6th grade Gar-
was ruptured. Both were thrown
panther in anybody's yarn. den Club planted violets In the
from the car to the middle of the
The otner yarn .is, of an alligatorthat On Friday October 10, 1941, the two 6th, grade plots and gerberasin highway.
caught in the canal beside a plot belonging to the whole
? was Tigers played the Moore Haven Harvey died about two hours
*, NAnONALfDITORIALA5SOCJAI1OO the barracks. An old negro man Terriers in their own back yard. Garden Club. afterward at Lee Memorial Hos-

1941 was fishing there with: a cane pole The Terriers considerably out- Carline Berner. pital in Fort Myers where both boys

the other day. We happened by weighed the Tigers and had a veteran were taken by ambulance. May's

just as he had a bite" and hauled team. 7TH GRADE NEWS injuries are said to consist of a

The rain this morning was most out of the water no't 'a fish but an The Tigers grit "sort of slipped"in This is the last week before the badly lacerated left leg and bruises

welcome. This is one fall that is i alligator. The little fellow was about the
the body.
first half and the Terriers monthly test so we are reviewingall Dr. C. E. Weaver
too dry for comfort. I about 15 inches long and was justas made 26 points. During the last of our work of this last month. gave medical attention after the

_. disgusted with being caught on half the Tigers played a beautiful We are having a contest of mak- accident occurred and said, in his

The sugar harvest opens Monday a fishing line as the old darkeywas game preventing the opponentsfrom ing posters and we surely hopeto opinion, May's injuries were not

and the old circus slogan is most puzzled as to how to get rid scoring again. At the finish win. serious.
and Better Than of his catch. After a half hour's
apropos: Bigger whistle the 26-0 in
score was Gene Mills can't make up his
exhibition to the delight of the
Ever. Moore Haven's favor. mind whether he wants a 7th
Tugboat Burns And
youngsters of the neighborhood, the
Billie Perry was captain for the grade girl or Doris Strickland in
Fort Myers has asked for priori- little 'gator was deposited in Lake
Tigers. Oliver Martinex receivedthe the 6th.
ties for the construction of new Okeechobee, and swam happily away. I Negro Is Drowned
Charles Benbow Reporter.7TH .
only injury sustained by any
homes necessary under the defense *
player-a broken finger, but he expects -
If any city in the state Yesterday red letter day in
program. was
to be .In there playing at the GRADE GARDEN CLUB NEWS I The tugboat Falcon of Fort
should have such priorities it is Mrs. Dilley's kindergarten. The
game with Everglades City Friday Myers was destroyed Saturday night
Clewiston.A children marched over to Dr. The 7th grade Garden Club boys
afternoon over there. ,by a gas tank explosion as it lay
Ezelle's office for a visit and the are going to play against the 6thgrade ,
at anchor 'near the LaBelle deck.
Martin will be
late news flash by radio states dentist told them the very effective Garden Club boys in football
'that' United States 'destroyer was the game and we are sure, he Enveloped in flames, Ralph Martin,
a story of the bugs that sometimesget Monday morning at on the
torpedoed by a German U-boat near in people's teeth if they are not will be a great factor in ,winningthe football field. Admission 1 cent. t owner and operator and Louis An-

Iceland. It will take only a few cared for properly. He showed game (we're very confident Clarence Stiles is manager. drew Brown 34, deckhand jumped -

such incidents and we're of the them the tools he used to chase we'll do so.) The girls are going to be cheer- overboard. .

opinion that its time for someone and catch the naughty bugs, and We understand that a contracthas leaders. They will be dressed in i Martin was rescued by Vernon

with a big stick to take over any- how he cleans the holes the bugs been sent to Avon Park for red and white, colors of the club. Cross son of the bridgetender,
their "John Hancock" for while the body of the negro was
a game
way. bore and plugs them up so the bus: I Continued
( on Page .7)
here November 14 1941. This is
cannot get back in. Now there are 8TH GRADE NEWS I
, BETTER TRAIN SERVICE sixteen mothers in town who won't a game we expect the whole townto \

i \ ---- have to coax' their youngsters to witness! Two "strange" things happened.

Officials of the Atlantic CoastLine the dentist's office. in our room the other day.

were in Clewiston this week SENIOR SKETCHES Miss York was locked in her
Doc's patience with children isreally Ehney & Foster I
; making arrangements' for their new own room till 4 o'clock where Miss '
amazing and we've seen the
Another of seniorsis
i Pullman service which will be in- our privileged Humble found her patiently wait- PAINT CONTRACTORS
tiniest ones leave his chair with the
; Beulah Guthrie. She bornin
: was
augurated over the Haines. City- interested happy expression they ing for rescue. Sprayer For Furniture Painting
Nashville Ga., on September 28,
'"- Clewiston branch the first of No- have when they see the Christmas Was it' an "accident"-her get- Floor Sanding
1923. She started her first
year Phone 69 Free Estimates
vember and the announcement of tree. ting locked in?
I here and boosts her own school
the service last week has caused a *\ The state Home Economics su-
very highly. Beulah is not par- perintendent visiting :Miss Yorkon
number of people to begin revising was
Former Clewiston folk who have ticular about any kind of food. She
their travel habits. the same day (or there about.)
been noted in the news this week says'she likes most anything. Not
She (the superintendent) called
For the past several years it has are Lloyd Sparrow and Tom Q. liking to participate in any sport, her "Mrs. McCarthy." ,

been the custom Clewiston. peo- Smith. Mr. Sparrow was golf pro Beulah's hobby is dancing. She

'' pIe going north by rail to drive at the Clewiston course for a few plans to go to a commercial schoolin Was that an accident also? Be SAFE WithUPERWELD
Now, now! We'll have to keep
their West Palm Beach and '
cars years in the early 30's and is now order to get a position in her
, take train from that This our eyes on a certain teacher (unattached -
a city. in Tampa, made a record on one of own home' town. We all wish her C'
7 done avoid ])!.. around. here.
was only to the long ,
the Tampa courses. He shot a the very best of luck. "
t and tiresome'trip in a day coach 30 for the nine hole course, the Dot Knight.F. 'Anonymous. M

r northward to where sleeping ac- score including a hole-in-one. Mr.
t commodations could be obtained. A. 10TH GRADE NEWSAt
Smith has been appointed assistant F. NEWS x

r And by that time the night was city publicity director of the city last a: miracle has happened.
far along that most chose Members of'Clewiston Chapter of
so people of Miami. He was publicity director Jimmy Paul 'either worked, or pretended -
to tough it out the remainder of F. F. A. are leaving Sunday on a
l for the' Clewiston Chamber of to work at a certain groc-
beach party with the Home EC. I
the night. .
, Commerce and for the Southern last
4 ery store Saturday.
4L class. We plan to go to the Lake
The new set-up will permit a Sugar Company back in the late We will greatly miss our brainof
Worth Beach and return home about zs
h( passenger to board the train at '20's leaving here in '29 for Mi- I the 10th grade and his sister,
: 6 p. m., that night.. We positively
f' Clewiston in the late afternoon and ami. He is a veteran newspaperman t Bob and Barbara Broadfoot who
know we'll have a grand time. I
l:' retire immediately if he wish'es. serving as correspondent for are leaving for Jacksonville about
t.. The chapter has finished plowing GUARANTEED
. ., waking at Jacksonville In the morn- the Boston Post and the London i Sunday. MOTOR BLOCK eliminates war>
land and are planning on
ing. It will also be possible tot Telegraph while a member of the Have you heard the latest nick- AND WILDING H E I A D age and niachln-
seed beds
planting Saturday.
- obtain meals the Miami 'News staff. He has ,nff. No( heat used.
on new pullman Daily names for certain Sophomores?
Philip McLeod. Welding
; on
: something which. has never before also been connected with United Here is an idea-Model A. Perry, I cracked blocks, cylinder heads valve

i been possible even during the Press and Universal News Service,, Willys McLeod (the one that spends seats heavy Diesel heads, all metal
,: comparatively short period several 'I I castings. No ,solution used in cool.I .
most of its time in a repair shop),

f" years ago when regular} pullman We have begun our collections Little Bit Bussel, Love Bird Paul,|I Weld lag system doesn't, show no crews on freeze, in cracks.crack.
'i Scout Leaders Meet
service was maintained. of insects. Some are taking butter- Mud Fish Thomas, Brains Droad-I i Money-back guarantee. Phone write

There should be little difference flies, others 'moths, bugs and foot, Giggle Winn. |! or visit for prices and Information.

r r., in the fare from Clewiston tp Jack- Here Thursday NightJ. beetles, grasshoppers, and spiders. We hope Ethelyn had a good i:i
, .. sonville than from West Palm We may have an exhibit next week. time in Belle Glade with Sam last C. P. McCLAIN to

: Beach and the expense and trouble
We have but
our by-laws our Tuesday.
650 N.
' W. 5th St. Ph. 2-1159
,: of driving a car there to the train M. Couse of Moore Haven, motto has not been selected. To bea Why were Lester and Bobby so

.f can be eliminated. The ACL ser- chairman of the district advance- member one must be in the 7th, quiet during English class Wednes- Miami, Florida

vice should be well patronized.RAMBLINGS ment committee, and Dr. O. F. ,8th or 9th \ grade. Every member day? Why is Merlford Dunaway so

', :'rhiifli:: were the speakers at the 'must take part in our projects. quite all the time. 1 i-

\I' weekly meeting of Boy Scout leader I We are all enjoying it immenselyand We are glad to welcome to our ,.

. 1 .N N N..N N N..:..:-:-:ii-:-:-:..: :-:..:..:..:-:..: of the Glades-Hendry district heldat we have quite a roll call of class an old classmate_back Norma

the Community Center last night. '' members. There is always room Bussell by name. i,

Mr. Couse spoke on the advance for more, though. Did you hear the one about Good. FarmLand

L S neat program and Dr. Schiffli on Mary Louise Thomas; Jimmy seeing "corn-on-the-cob" and

; By B. B. 'ippHh and safety. Both talks were remarking 'When did they start :

.'. much enjoyed. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB growing peas on a stick?' 1I

'J. ...:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:-:..1-:":,,:",,,:, '"hn executive Shutt of Port of the:Myers Sunniland assistant We met in Miss York's room for -Philip' McLeod. I j I

I .
;,' Council had charge of the business our third sewing club meeting 'Yed- MARJORIE BJORNSON I|

The favorite indoor sport of the meeting and games. Each 'patrol': nesday. Miss York told us that the tOlRent

moment seems to be that of regaling from each community represented Red Cross, wanted us to make arm :Mrs. Bjornson our Freshman !,

all new comers to Clewiston with had prepared a patrol call and song bands for them. Some of us are sponsor, teaches Spanish, math and

t' wild and wooly tales of the section. which were most original.At knitting embroidering, rugmakingand Civics. She was born in Cleveland ,,

We've drug out all our snake the close of the meeting re- making dresses. Ohio, attended school in Columbus, "
t' stories, wildcat stories, etc, and freshments of ice cream and cake Nelle Burkett Ohio, finished her secondary work

E r' like fish tales! they grow with were served a ,huge cake having in Lakeland, Florida. j

repitition till some of them are been donated by Mrs. C. L. Downs. 0 BIOLOGY CLUB Southern College, Lakeland Flor-

I, really good Attending were W. C. Owen, J. ida, and Ohio.. State College Co- TrespassersWill
Oliver Martinez met with the
" When the wild animal tales are 'E. Beardsley, F. E. Conkling, M. M. lumbus, Ohio, are the colleges she
Biology Club to show us a movieof
: exhausted
we recount and embellish
attended.She "
Prewitt, Jimmy Wilson, R. M.
: the storm happenings of the past- Bishop and Scoutmaster Charles the Boy Scout camp in Lake has taught school in Lake Be

t":.- seldom taking the trouble to Placid. He plans to show more Melbourne
; ex- Benson of Clewiston; R. N. Miller Alfred, Eau Gallie and ,
: plain that Clewiston pictures to the club on Thursday ProsecutedClewiston
has never been I Mr. Sweeting R. M. Harris Dennis Fla., and now we have the pleasureof

damaged by storm. It seems there's Small and Scoutmaster L. W. Turn- night. her teaching here. .

t.:' a rock reef out in the lake off; er of LaBellej J. M. Couse, L.. E. Mrs. Bjornson's: hobbies are: ...........

Clewiston that provides not only Farnam and Scoutmaster Lawrence FOURTH GRADE reading, playing bridge and basket-

good fishing grounds but a break-- Hardy of Moore Haven. The fourth grade garden club ball-by the way, she is the girls'
l'( water that protects the Clewiston
has its fertilizer. We may put the new coach this 'year.
shore from storm-tossed waves- Avon Park is already Her favorite movie stars are
f'+ making policeman in this week and we will
"if and when there are stormtosseclwaves plans for another Clark Gable and Errol
Orange Picking plant some very pretty flowers, Myrna Loy, And
. on the Lake. Contest which will be held next such as gladioli, gerberas and Flynn. Realty
" The Everglades was-or is, defending Burkett.
spring. Last the event Juanita
year was
violets red and white roses for
. on your viewpoint,-Florida's -
" an outstanding success,' bringing our club colors. DevelopmentCorporation

:.' last frontier, we perhaps may nation-wide publicity not only to -_ DRAMATIC CLUB

be pardoned for the delight we' take Florida's citrus area but to the FIFTH GRADE The Dramatic Club met again :

in these yarns state as a whole.Subscription Wednesday.. ,
The school garden club received We have ordered some plays.

Now here are two 'that are facts, ed electric saw last week. The We are planning to put on a

and we've seen with our own eyes. $2.00 Per Year I i mother of one of the members made Hallowe'en program in chapel. I


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o:..:....:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. every talked interest and planned'and ,every not of section their,'I with they- would them. return and bring' others nationwide and: pledged interest their in full Florida today alleged gasoline, shortage will serve 'I
coopera: to retard travel to extent.
own selfish Interests but of Floridaas Mr and Mrs., George Clark, Jr., any It '
Too Late To ClassifyBy a ,whole. I who operate Oriental Gardens 'at tion in working' with Florida publicity has not done' so as far as summer ,,

Welcoming the group, Mayor John Jacksonville: entertained the groupat and public relations folks in travel to resorts in other states is

RUSSELL KAY T. Alsop,. Jr., paid tribute to Mi- a cocktail party, and explainedhow publicizing the state in every way concerned and should not in' Flor-

1- .........................:........................+..........:.......................) ami, Tampa, Orlando, Pensacolaand they ,always urge visitors to consistently possible. ida's case.Acquired. '. ;
other points and stated, that it be sure and see all of Florida, and All expressed, belief, that the com 1 and maintained, it will _

I doubt if any organization in was the sincere desire of' the visit the lower East Coast where ing season would be a record breaker do more to advance the welfare: of ,(.

1I the state 'has done more to ,break {i"Gateway City" to work hand in they will find such unique attrac-' that would tax' our facilities!? to all sections and all attractions than :
I down sectionalism and create a hand with all sections of the stateto tions 'as the Rare Bird:, Farm, Mon- the utmost. It is not, felt that the I'' anything else. :;:

spirit of; friendly, cooperation? than the'end that all would grow"a1d. key Jungle, The North ,Miami Zoo, I ,}
I -
the Florida Publicity and Public prosper. Parrot Jungle and'the like.,
Relations Association. Delegates representing such out- In the guest house attractive ::
I '
I I This enterprising, group" made up standing attractions as Marine "Studios posters, pictures; and translights on ,

f of men and women who devote their McKee Jungle Gardens, Wa-' every hand urged one to be sure- 1'#

time to attracting" and entertaining kulla Springs, Oriental Gardens, and, see this, orthat point,, ,of in- );

tourists or who represent firms or Silver Springs and others, exchanged' terest-Bok Tower, Cypress Gar- "i" .:
o organizations interested! in the wel- Ideas,. collaborated on their pro- dens, Sanlando Tropical Park, or 7 '-..'
fare and advancement of the state, motion plans, and pledged them- the Old 'Plantation and Turpentine. ,..'.
has taken 'its plac'e's a dominant selves to work ,together in pub- Still. ,

force in Florida's development.At licizing all sections"and all ''attrac- I Charming hosts, the Clarks gave I f"j

the annual meeting of, the association tions. (visiting attraction owners an opportunity 1 I iti .

held in Jacksonville last Bill Dupree of Dupree Gardens to inspect beautiful and r ,, ".",
week-end, delegates representing near Tampa, announced that: he was /Impressive Oriental Gardens, developed -I "
planning the construction of an attractive on the south shore of the ti

NOTICE OI- IATEXTIOX TO lodge on his property wherean majestic St. Johns, and which ranksas
I REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME information desk, would be one of the outstanding showplaces f '
IT MAY j j's -I
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned maintained and visitors would find and a MUST attraction not J.
under the provisions of literature, translights and displays only for tourists but for home ,folksas .
Chapter 20,953, Laws of. Florida, Acts describing worthwhile Florida well. "a
of 1941; will register with the Clerkof every ,
the Circuit Court, in and for. Hen- attraction. Representatives of transportation .;
'dry County, Florida, upon receipt of He pointed out that people come companies, editors of travel, and 5/ F flf k% 'Sy' ..
proof of publication of this'notice, 14,19yp : o' '
the fictitious name, to-wit: to Florida to be entertained and. resort pages of large, metropolitanpapers '
Clewiston Appliance Store that the more beauty spots they feature writers, newsreel! <.
:under which : in business -
we are engaged
i I at. Clewiston, Florida. That 'the visited and the, more, pleasure they editors and. tourist:' bureau, directors liI ; ,
: parties interested in said business' areas experienced while here, the sooner attending the meeting told' of the I m <, yft( :.

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dry City, Florida of Clewiston, October,' County,14, 1941.of. Hen- ..:-..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:':':,,,:,,:,,:,**MM* * Oct. 17-24-31, Nov. 7. '. '
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Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, 'Acts .'s'. .. ...fx '
i of 1941, will register with the Clerk t Ay Service, ,
of the Circuit Court, in and for Hen- Y ,'
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dry County, Florida, upon receipt cf A ,
proof'of publication' this notice, .. '.t. Low-Fares :
the fictitious name, to-wit: .. ....:.. ..
The Tindale .store and,Cafe I Nln ..s.'s '

under ness at which Harlem we are That engaged the' parties in busi-interested ?:' LIVING:, \ .:}. Tfavel'via;Florida.Motor-Lines-MAINLINE to all" Florida; : '

r : in said business are as follows ::: ANIMAL DC )'I5f :+. and.the.-North. :

J. L. TINDALE 's'. NOT, JL PExplanation l. II J JI
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of, Clewiston,; County of Hen- \ J' s.I Lv. CANAL POINT . 4:55 AM 1.25PM .
,dry, Florida, October 14,' 1941. ;: ,fI ,: Ar. TAMPA,: . '. 10:10 AM 4.55PM Costs Less than DrivingLv. ,
Oct. 17-24-31, Nov, 7. v \o. Ar. LAKELAND . 9:10 AM 5-50 PM : .
"' -. I .1. Ar. ORLANDO '., '1050AM 745 PM ... One RoundAr.
.- f J ," s( JACKSONVILLE . 3.15PM II:45 PM Way Trip "
\ \\ <. :( Ar.TALLAHASSEE . 445PM 1259AM MIAMI $ 1.65 s 3.00
A Ar. LAKE CITY . : 2:25 PM 1:10 AM JACKSONVILLE 4.70 8.50

CLEWISTONTINNING I Ay ..s.y Lv. CANAL POINT ." 520PM" 11:25 PM TAMPA.' ., 2.80 5.05
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;IiN.NN. .H.N......................N.NNNNNN. N N > NNNNN N NNNN. .NNNN.. .i . .N.N.1 Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Corof SW}: of N\VVi S to river. E under which I am engaged In businessat
under the provisions of along river to pt 698 ft-W to SE Cor I
Chapter 20,953, Laws of FlorIda, Actsof of Lot 3, N to N Bdry of Lot 3, W Clewiston, Fla. That the party interested -
I 1941, will with the Clerk 622 ft N 132 |'I in said business is as follows:
Advertisements-.I i register ft, W to beg. Sec 12,
_I ILegal: of the Circuit Court, in and for Hen- Twp 43 S Rge 28 E; EXCEPT parcel I I City of A. P. WYNN
dry County, Florida, upon receipt of \paid In condemnation proceedings for Clewiston County of Hen-
proof of publication of this notice, right of way. dry, Florida, October 4, 1941.'

,......_;.._;..;_..;_..;_i_-_;..;_..;_-;_..;. ................w.w .......u...............,...,.,...,.......'9..u.u.u.u.u.u.. .... .-.-.-..-.....-.-....-.-...-.-...-.-....................................-.-..............................:.. the The fictitious Toggery name Shop., to-wit: The under assessment the said of the certificates said property issued -- 272-oct. 10-17-24-31.

under which I am engaged In busi- I was in the name of Louise Stan-
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO under Royals.which I am engaged in business ness at Clewiston, Florida.. That the ley, Chas Carter Otto Malakowsky, NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME at Clewiston, Florida. That the party party interested in said business Is C. F. Guyer. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAMETO
interested In said business is as follows as follows: I Unless said certificates shall be redeemed -
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: : RUTH B. OWENS according to law, the prop- WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that 0 the undersigned G. L. ROYAL City of Clewiston. County of Hen- erty ,described therein will be sold to Notice is hereby. given that the undersigned
under the provisions of City of Clewiston, County of Hen- dry, Florida, October 1, 1941.. the highest bidder 'at the court house under the provisions of
Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts dry. Florida, October 1, 1941. jOct. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31. door on the first Monday in the month Chapter 20.953. Laws of Florida, Acts
of 1941 will register with the Clerk Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31. of November 1941, which -is the 3rd of 1941, will register with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court:, In and for Hen- day of November 1941. of the Circuit Court, in and for Hen-
dry County. Florida, upon receipt of SCHOOL ELECTION Dated this let day of October, 1941. dry County, Florida, upon receipt ot
of this notice, the (SEAL) WILLIAM T.
proof of publication REGISTER NAMETO HULL proof of publication of this notice,
fictitious name, to-wit: Clerk of Circuit Court of the fictitious name, to-wlt
Shorty's Uaj-ocr Shop NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That Hendry County, Florida. Nail's Liquor Store
under which I am engaged In busi- I the regular Biennial School District WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24. under which we are engaged in busi-
ness at Clewiston. Florida. That the Elections will be held on the first I Notice is hereby given that the un- ness at Clewiston. That the parties
party interacted in said business Is Tuesday after the first" Monday, in Idersigned, under the provisions of Interested In said business are as follows -
as follows: I November, A. D. 1941, being the '4th Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX :
T. C. MUS GRAVE day of November, A. D. 1941. Said ,of 1941, will register with the Clerk DEED n. E. HALL, SR.
City of ClewUton. County f Hen- Election is for the purpose of elect- lot the Circuit Court, In and for Hen- (Senate Bill No. 163) ANNIE Ii. NALLSouth ,
dry Florida, October 1, 1941. ing three (3) Trustees for each Spec- dry County, Florida, upon receipt of Clewiston Hendry County,
Oct. 3, 10, "17, 24, 31. ial Tax School District in Hendry 'proof of publication of this notice, Florida, October 4. 1941
County, Florida, and for the further I the fictitious name, to-wit: 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 tax certifi-
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ageestimated by, the Board of Pub- I under which I am engaged In business cates listed below, has filed same in
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME lic Instruction or setting a different at Clewiston Florida. That the my office and has made application NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
millage. party Interested In said business Is for a tax deed to be issued thereon. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
All qualified electors residing'with- Jas follows: Said 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 registration I City of Clewiston, County, of Hen- of Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned -
under the provisions of is within the particular Spec- ,dry, Florida October 1, 1941. I 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 paysa Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31. NE Cor SE -NE.4, W 130 yd, S to Chapter 20.953 Laws of Florida, Acts
of 1941. will register with the Clerkof tax on either real or personal property I river, E along river to point S of of 1941, will register with the Clerkof
the Circuit Court:, In and for Hen- within said District shall be entitled I beg. N to beg, Sec 11; Twp 43 S Rge the Circuit Court, in and for Hen-
dry County. Florida, upon receipt of I to vote in said election in his 28 E. i'dry County. Florida, of
proof of publication of this notice, the or her district. I f NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX Cert. No. 105 of Aug. 1, 1927 NE3 I,proof of publication upon of this receipt notice,
fictitious name, to-wlt I Trustees must be nominated by Petition DEED of NW# Sec 11, Twp 43 S Rge 28 E. the fictitious name, to-wit:
Clewiston Bar. of five (5) or more persons I (Senate Bill No. 163) Cert. No. 28 of Sept. 4, 1933. NW% Johnsons Fishing Camp
under which I am engaged In busi- 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 businessat
-neea on Road 25 at Clewiston., That Petition must be filed with the Board NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thatR. Cert No. 107 of Aug. '1, 1927, Beg Clewiston. That the party Inter-
tire party interested in said businessis of Public Instruction of Hendry County N. :Miller, holder of Caloosahatchee 15 rd E of NW Cor Lot 2, E 15 rds i ested in said business is as follows:
as follows: Florida, at least 30 days priorto I Improvement District tax certificates ''S to river, W along river to pt S of Wm. H. JOHNSON
PETER CHAGARISCity holding of the election on the listed below, has filed same in my of- beg N to beg, Sec 12,' Twp 43 S Rge City of Clewiston, County of Hen-
of Henry
of "'Clewiston, County date above set out. I fice, and has made application for a 28 E.Cert.. dry, Florida, October 4, 1941.
Florida October 1,- 1941.- THE BOARD OF PUBLIC tax deed to be issued thereon. Said No. 100 of Sept. 2, 1929, Beg 271-oct. 10-17-24-31.
Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31., I INSTRUCTION OF HENDRY certificates embrace the following NW Cor Lot 2, E 15 rods, S to river,
COUNTY, FLORIDA.By described property in the County of W along river to half Sec line, N to l
A. O. WARD, Chairman. Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit: Beg, Sec 12, Twp 43 S Rge 28 E. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Attest: Cert. No. 28 of Sept. 5, 1932, E% Cert. No. 26 of Sept. 7, 1931, NE% I I REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME C. E. WEAVER, of W% of SEi of NW% and E% of of NW% except 1 acre in NE Corner,
Superintendent of Public Instruction SE4 of NW& Sec 11, Twp 43 S Rge Sec 12, Twp 43 S Rge 28 E. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Ex-officio Secretary of the Board. 28 E.Cert.. The assessment of the said property I Notice is
hereby given that the
under the provisions of Sept. 5, 12, 19, 26, Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31. No. 55 of July 7, 1930, N% of under the said certificates Issued' was under the provisions undersigned of-
Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts NEB Sec 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 Clerk Cert. No. 16 of Sept. 4, 1933, 1 acre A. Skingsley, Harriet C. Pope, HA.: I I I lof 1941, will register with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court, In and for Hen- NOTICE OF INTENTION TO in NE Cor of NEVi of NW% Sec 12, Blake Estate, Unknown, A. H. Sparr. i I Jof the Circuit Court in and for Hen-
,dry County, Florida, upon receipt of REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME 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, i Oert. No. 17 of Sept. 4, 1933, SE3 i 1 according to law, the prop- proof of publication of this notice the
the fictitious name, to-wit: TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: of NW& and Beg 853 ft E of NW erty described therein will be sold to I fictitious name, to-wit:
the highest bidder at the court house I'
Beardsley Insurance Agency
door on the first Monday the month :
j under which"I am engaged In business
of November, 1941, which is the 3rd !
.:..:..:..:..:.. :..:....................... : : ; ; ; : : : ; : : : : ; : : """"""""""'" day of November 1941. at Clewiston. That the party interested
: : : : : : : : :
: : : : : : :.t.i.--i.-t-i"; : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : in
-******.:..:...:..:...:....:............ ....................r...........................>...................................... .... ....... ...(..............................**.*****.**.*****.*****:**,? Dated this, 1st day of October 1941. \ said J.business E. DEARDSLEY is as follows:
.... (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL. City of Clewiston. County of Hen-
I"XX .::..i. Clerk pf Circuit' Court of dry, Florida, October 4, 1941.
.. Hendry County, Florida. 272-Oct. 101724.31.NOTICE .
.:..t. Oct. 3, 10. 17, 24.. '
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<. i't; ...t. Notice Is hereby given that the un-
...:..:. "': f .:..:. Notice is hereby given that the dersigned, under the provisions of
undersigned -
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... : ALL ELECTRIC I '; 0.: XXXX; under the provisions of Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts
: }. ., ,fi.-'' ". \ _;. t, .:. ; Chapter 20953. Laws of Florida, Actsof of 1941, will register with the Clerk
-'l..:. ., .o.A : j. 1941; will register with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for Hen-
-5.. of the Circuit Court, in and for Hendry dry County Florida, upon receipt of
; ..., ..o.'p >; i: County,. Florida, upon receipt of :proof of publication of this notice, the
p HOME proof of publication of this fictitious to-wit
i 0' : 8 notice, 'I name :
II 'o'. the fictitious name, to-wit: Lake Drug Company
:: 0 : ,. ''';.'" to; :;::: Sugarland 0 Service Station and /under which we ,are engaged in busi-
,, ,: 0 Cabins ness at Clewiston, Fla. That the par-
< J:
& .' '.. ..; < T under which I am ,engaged in busi- I ties interested in 'said business are,
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: ;
J 0 ness at Clewlstdn, Florida. That the as follows:
: : ':
XX party Interested in said business is MINA II. NinLACK
:: as follows: I J. G. NIBLACK
iii S G. E. ETJIERTON City of Clewiston. County of Hen-
:!: =. Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that .:.:.XX City of Clewiston.; County of Hen- 'I idrv; Florida, October 9, 1941..,
dry, Florida October 4, 1941. |277-Oct. 10-17-24-31.
'o takes of both the work and the pleasures Cf.the : !:! 275-Oct 10172431. '
3:::: : care :;::: I II II I

i: home and one that will do everything quickly, efficiently : :;: NOTICE OF INTENTION TO I II I

._.::. and economically. :....
Yy AAt. TO WHOM:: IT MAY CONCERN: (Near Hurricane Gate)
: .i. : i. Notice is hereby given that, the undersigned Clewiston, Fla.
:::::: '. One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices 0 f.:.Q.X::;. under' the provisions of I. Boats and Motors-Guide Service
!! Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts ,

i:: give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate ::::: of the 1941,Circuit will register Court, in with and the for Clerkof Hen- I W.Rates.H. Johnson Reasonable, Mgr. f
upon receipt .
; ::!: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICITY. is ':X"::;:, proof of publication of this notice, the
: fictitious name, to-wit:
Vy:;:t:: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you use. .':.O::! 'i I I under Clewiston which Lunch I am engaged in business

s at ested Clewiston.in said business That the is party follows inter- Dr. F., D. Gudbaur
as :
That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home i! City of Clewiston MAIJEL REWIS County of Hen- Optometrist

:::;: that is all electric and modern. .;..;. dry 278-oct., Florida 10-17-24-31.October 4, 1941. Glasses Scientifically Fitted and

f Xi Repaired-Broken lenses
: :
x REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Office Hopkins Bldg., Clewiston

I Every Thursday-day and
ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERV- I Notice is hereby given that the undersigned -I evening appointments.

.:::_:: ; :. : i under the provisions of
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Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida, Acts
.j.': ._::.:. I'of 1941, will register with the Clerk I I-----------H-------::

--:':: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. :..:..:.!:, 'dry of the County Circuit, Florida Court,, in upon and receipt for Hen-of :" .
: : proof of of this notice
publication y..
YX .1 the fictitious name, to-wit: S. .e 1 I :
Clewiston Fish Company a
yam:.':. t :t;: under which I am engaged in businessat :: i
A Clewiston. That the party interested -
& .:..:. in said business is as follows: :
....:. JOE GRIFFIN : ..
it AWT City of Clewiston, County of Hen-
dry, Florida, October 4, 1941. YJ X
41 XX 273-oct. 10-17-24-3L, ::: NOT ,,SLEEP .:.
.. :

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO .i. Fish do not sleep, although, :f::
II III :j: there are periods of lessened :?
Notices hereby given that the undersigned -
under the provisions of .; activity. 1. "Nuggets. of :k:
.... Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts :' .:.
.13: AA of 1941 .will register with the Clerk ,::: Knowledge"-Geo. "W\ Stimp- ..

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.:. ....i. dry County, Florida, ,upon

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Reports from C. L. Downs, who I Prewitt, Harriet and Carol Joy Mumford, Mrs. E. C. Mills, Mrs.F. I[the corporation and' the independent '

has been quite ill in the Arcadia Alston, Niven Gardner, Shirley Deane Duff, Mrs. 'W.. E. Dilley, I j I growers will amount to approximately -

General Hospital, are that he has Owen, Mary Louise Thomas, JoAnn Mrs. F. E. Conkling and Mrs. G. I, : 27,500 acres which in-

Personals : j continued to improve. Mrs. Downsis Crouch and Carline Berner. H. Brown. eludes the acreage required for ,

:i expecting him to return to --- ------ seed. _.

Clewiston this weekend.Mr SUNBEAM CLASS GIVES BRIDGE CLUBS HOLD MEETINGSMrs. I The organization has been commended
I by Mr, Moran for the

visitor in FortMyers and Mrs. Guy Harrell left W. E. Dilley entertained 'splendid accomplishment in
I R. L. Coker was a W. R. Broaderick and Mrs.A. pre- ...
Thursday. yesterday for Ocala,' where they members of her bridge club Fri- I paring mill 'machinery, field equip-
C. Carlton were' hostesses to
i 1 will reside. Mr. Harrell is con- day afternoon at her apartment at ment and other facilities on schedulefor
members of the Sunbeam of
Crochet nected with the U. S. Geological the Clewiston Inn. First prize was the commencement of the har "
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney the Baptist Church at a farewell
I spent the week-end in Miami. Survey and was assigned to the district party for Billy' Broadfoot Friday won by Mrs. C. E. Miner and sec- vest. ,This task is particularly: commendable -

office in Ocala. ond by Mrs. R. N. Smith. Mrs.' Mr. Moran stated, in viewof
evening. Billy is leaving soon to
I Dilley served dessert with
a course the increasing difficulties associated
Mr. ,and Mrs. D. G. Alston were 'make his home in Jacksonville.
iced tea to Mrs. Smith
Mrs" C. J. with the securing of materials. -
business visitors in Miami Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Foy Durrence en- Refreshments of lemonade and ,
Mrs. Earl Smith, Mrs. Carl .
tertained with dinner party Thurs-
i a cookies served.
were Johnson, Mrs. F. E. Mrs.C. .
Conkling, Shower FacilitiesThe
Ed Barker, constable of Arcadia, day evening. Their guests and were Mr. Each member of the class pre- E. Miner, Mrs., J. G. Niblack and I management also announces
Mr. and Mrs. George Crow
sented with farewell gift.
was a business visitor here yester- and Mrs. Munselle Stone. The occasion Those attending a were George Mrs. E. J. Smith, who joined the that an extension is, now being builtat
day. players for tea.
\ the "sugar house which will
Mrs. Crow's birthday. pro-
Anne and Tommy Suggs, Heather
Mrs. A. C. Carlton entertainedher vide adequate showers and wash-
II Mrs. Arthur Bong' and Mrs. S. L. .Guthrie, Charles Okerstrum, Pat
bridge club A room facilities for all employees of
Tuesday evening.
Crochet visitors in West Palm Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Weaver and and Carol Powell, Sue Cornette,
were devil's food cake went first the sugar house and shops. This
as prize
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Carlton motored Vida Lee and Juanita Turner,
Beach Wednesday.Mrs. to Miami yesterday. Mrs. Carl- Joyce Turner, Dennis Childress, to Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, and a {{extension should be completed within

cherry pie to Mrs. V. C. Woodwardfor a few weeks time.
Ruth B. Owens and Mrs. ton remained there to be near her Claude Phillips, Mary Jean and Ar- (1"1"'

J. B. Wilcox were visitors in Miami father, who is quite ill in a Miami thur King, Alfred Meador, EddieJo second prize. The hostess serv- "An adequate supply of labor is

hospital. ,, Davis Phyllis Bernice and ed cake with whipped cream and Indicated for the field operations,"
yesterday.. -. .,_. ,
> ?
Sammy Bishop, Jeanette McDonald, coffee to Mrs. Lawrence, Mrs. Jim Mr. Moran said. "Despite the, tight-

Mr. and Mrs. Dean King were Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and Bob Gene Berry, Walker Nall, Claire my Wilson, Mrs. Foy Durrence, ening situation, with respect to labor -
Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr. Mrs. G. E the
; business visitors in West Palm Patterson have returned from Tal- Hedke, Bevoly Carlton, Dianne ? corporationfinds, an eagerness -
been Mathis Mrs. A. R. Broadfoot and Crow, Mrs. John Elmore and Mrs. on the part of the field laborto
' I :Beach Tuesday. lahassee, where Bob has recovering ,
,I' from injuries received in Mrs. E. M. Cornette.W. R. J. Lee. obtain employment with them
Mrs. C. E. Miner was hostess to and attributes this to he
I Mrs. H. G. Atchley and Miss an automobile accident' a few r wage
M. S. INSTALLS NEW members of her evening bridge standards and living conditionsmaintained.
I 1 Marian Barth of LaBelle visited weeks ago. He will remain here

friends in Clewiston Friday. until fully recovered and will return OFFICERS AT CHURCH .. club Wednesday. First prize was ." <

to the University of Florida, .1 won by Mrs. Carl Berner and sec- "Despite increasing building and

Ray Bass spent ,the week-end where he is a senior. Mrs. M. C. Vowell was installedas I ond by Mrs. G. H. Small. Nut supply costs," Mr. 'Moran continued,
president of the Baptist Wo- cake with whipped cream and coffee
with his mother, Mrs. Angie Bass, "the corporation will maintain its
man's Missionary Society 'at the was served at the close of play.
in Okeechobee. N CARD OF THANKS policy 'of affording to its employees,
i regular meeting held at the church !Those attending were Mrs. Josephine the same high grade merchandise

Mr. and Mrs. Keathley Bowden We wish to our appreciation Tuesday. The Installation was con- |Knight,. Mrs. Ruth B. Owens, Mrs. through its commissaries where
ducted Rev. H. C. Meador and J. B. WIlcox Mrs. Berner P.
by Mrs.
and sons, Kay and Paul, spent, for the many expressions of employees may purchase on a cash
I Sunday in Okeechobee.Mrs. I kindness and sympathy shown us the following installation programwas M. McIntyre, Mrs. Small, Mrs. M. and carry basis at practically cost

given: Musical numbers, Mrs. {E. Von Mach and Miss Virginia plus ,operating expenses."
in our recent bereavement.MRS. '
C. L. Downs and Mrs. C. J. G. HINES H. C. Meador; Scripture reading, !Jordan. Weekly Pay

Lovvorn were business visitors in JIMMY HINES Mamie Trice; solo, Mrs. C. R. I Mrs. ,W. H. Lanier entertainedthe AI} important announcement Is

Miami Saturday. MRS. E. JOHNSON Krueger. Wednesday afternoon bridge that effective with the start of the

I BILL HINES. Other officers installed were Mrs.V. club at' her home this week. A harvest all employees of the sugar

I Miss Marcia Avant and Wilbur C. Woodward, Mrs. W. ,G. Ma- ;!sheet was awarded as first prize to house and shops will be paid week-

::1 Goff spent the week-end in Key this, Mrs Clayton ,Waters, 1st; 2nd Mrs. L. C. Miller and a package of ly. In the plantations the monthly
J f West. and 3rd vice-presidents; Mrs. L. C, (Ibubble bath crystals. to Mrs. H. R. pay-off' will be continued as

The regular meeting of the Par- Miller, secretary; Mrs. E. E. Kelly, ]Hall as cut prize. The hostess heretofore but with liberal oppor-

; Mike Ryan of Tampa is spend- ent-Teacher Association will be held treasurer; Mrs. R. ,J. Blount, Mrs. |served a salad plate to Mrs. Miller, tunities for cash advances on several I

: ing a few days In Clewiston- on Tuesday afternoon, October 21, in E. M. Cornette, Mrs. W. F. Nail, !Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Davy Alston, Mrs. days throughout each week.

I business. ", the school auditorium at 3:30. ,A circle chairmen; Mrs. O. A. Clarke, I IKeathley BowdUn, 'Mrs. J. ,W

full attendance is requested, as Miss Doris, Hodges, Mrs. M. A. Ezelle, Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs. Tugboat- ,

Mrs. J. A. McGehee and Mrs. C. plans for the Hallowe'en carnival Thomas and Mrs. 'W. R. Broaderick, G. B. Thomas and Mrs. R. N Smith.

M. Jarvis were visitors in Fort will be completed at the meeting. counsellors, and .Mrs. A. C. Carlton, Mrs. Lanier was hostess to her

hf Myers Monday. assistant and pianist. .evening bridge club Thursday even- Continued ,from Rage 4)

LEGION WIVES PLAY BRIDGE I I :The Mary Ellen Dozier circle ing. Her prizes were packages ol f not recovered until 24 hours later.

Henry Anderson of Macon, Ga., AT OWEN HOME TUESDAYMrs. : presented a missionary program on bubble bath preparations, and werE Martin, Parker said, helda

spent the week-end in Clewiston : the topic, An Urgent Gospel An- won by Mrs. Blanche Turner. and strew driver between the starting

visiting Miss Evelyn Hare. 'W. C. u Owen' entertained swers South America's Question, Mrs. C. E. Nall. switch and battery to make a con-

How Long Must We Wait? Those Mrs. Lanier served a salad plate tact while the negro poured gas
with two tables of bridge Tues-
Miss Phoebe Peterson and Miss taking part in the program were with coffee to Mrs. Roy Alston,, I into the, tank. Sparks ignited the
day evening her guests being a
Elizabeth Huffaker spent the week-. Mrs. V. C. Woodward, Mrs. G. E. Mrs. C. E. Nall, Mrs. R. C. Nowling, gas fumes, Parker said, and the
number of the wives of Legionnaires -
end in Orlando. whose husbands attend. the Wenzloff, Mrs. C. M. Pirkle, and Mrs. R. C. Wilson, Mrs. B. J. tank exploded. The boat burnedto

Legion. barbecue that night..: Mrs. M. C. Vowell. Schroeder, Miss Mae Palmer, Mrs. the waters edge. What was left
Miss. Maxine Doty of Avon Park It was announced that a school* Blanche Turner and Mrs: Harry was anchored bottom side fup on -
made Mrs.
will arrive tomorrow to, spend the ,High score was by of missioners will be held at, the Turner. the north bank west. of the bridge.
O. N.
F. Schiffli and low by Mrs. After died
week-end here with her the excitement downa
parents, Mrs. church November 2 through No-
V. S. Mumford. Owen serv-
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Doty. 7. check-up was made, of membersof
vember The yearly associational >
ed cake and a cold drink to Mrs.G. Broadfoot Is HonoredBy the crew and one _ofa 7group of
B. Thomas, Mrs. H., R. Hall, meeting was announced for
Mrs. A. J. Crummer of Orlando negroes was found to be missing.A .
Canal Point on October 23rd.
Mrs. Carl Berner Mrs. Schiffli
Engineers SaturdayA.
search begun 'when word
spent the week here with her hus-
i Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mrs. Ralph Others attending the meetingwere
band, who resides at the Clewis- was passed around that one negro .
Mrs. D. B. Allen Mrs., A. R.
M. Bishop, Mrs. Mumford and ,
had left in for Fort :
ton Inn. R. Broadfoot, until a few a car Myers.
Broadfoot Mrs. G. E. Collier Mrs.H. .
Mrs. Edmund M. Blake. ,
When he did not late Saturday
weeks ago engineer in charge of return -
L. Davis, Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs.
Mrs. J. R. Deadwyler and daugh- the Clewiston sub-office of U. S. night nor Sunday morninga
ROBERT H. :Phillips Mrs. W. J. Robison
ter, Janet, of West Palm Beach, Engineers and now on special workIn further investigation was made
Mrs. C. E. Sapp Fred Topper Mrs.J. .
spent a few days here visiting ,Mr. the district office at Jacksonville, with the conclusion that it must
V. Turner, Mrs. W. T. Wheeless,
and Mrs. I. S. Bell. :was honored by Engineer employees have been someone not connectedwith
Robert Kelly left this; week for Mrs. J. L. Whitaker. Four new
i with a delicious barbecue dinner the crew that went to Fort
Tampa for a physical check-up and members were received, Mrs. W. W. ,
Myers the night before and that
Wilbur Goff returned Saturday here last Saturday afternoon. ;
continued on to Jacksonville to be- Perry, Mrs. J. T. Paul, Mrs. E. P.
from Amsterdam, N. Y,, where he .. There were close to a hundred the missing workman ,must be In
gin service in the U. S. Navy as a Beery and Mrs. V. E., Bryant. the river.
spent several months employed by employees and members of their

the 'Huffman Construction Com- reserve for the duration of the families participating and the menu Sheriff Bill Maddox, Ren-
He will have a ratingof LADIES AID GIVES TEA
fish nolds and Scoutmaster L. W. Turner -
pany. featured barbecued beef, pork, ,
storekeeper, third class. FOR RIDDLE FIELD ,LADIES '
had been' diving without
swamp cabbage and other delicacies.The success

Mr. and Mrs. Broward Parsons Robert sought 'enlistment in. the dinner was held at the Boy in loading the body. Finally they
air for several months but Wives of instructors and other
were week-end guests of. Mrs. Par- Scout barbecue grounds on the saw bubbles in the water about 20feet
was rejected because of being? personnel of Riddle-McKay Aero ,
from the dock. divedin
out They
sons parents, ,Mr. and Mrs. M. O.: ridge.
slightly under the prescribed College were complimented with a
Allen in LaBelle. Mrs. Broadfoot and children ex- and found the body at that spot.
height. tea given by the Ladies Aid So-
pect to leave shortly to join Mr.
Mrs. His aunt, Mrs. E. E. Kelly, took ciety of the Community Churches- '
C. O. Willis has returned to Broadfoot in Jacksonville. .
him to Tampa and on to Jackson- terday afternoon at the Community -
her home in LaBelle after visitingfor '
ville. Center. FOR SALE
a week with Mrs. Luther "
Sandwiches, cakes, mints and Sugar Harvest-

Graham. II i McSHEEHANS TO LEAVEC. punch were served informally froma Two desirable business lots.

tea table covered ,with lace cloth (Continued from page 1) Bargain. Address V. J. Robin,
Frank Rehard, instructor at Rid- as they have. -
acreage may
'who has and with candles.
W. McSheehan, been lighted
dle-McKay Aero College, spent the From information available it Is Box 1206, MMinneapolis Minn. ;
superintendent of construction for Among those attending>were Mrs.J. .
week-end at his home in Fort estimated that the entire crop for
I Myers. C. F. Wheeler, contractor who is ,E. Beardsley' Mrs. M. W. Bigg,

building Riddle-McKay Aero Col Mrs. C. J. Bjornsen, 1IrsEdmund

lege here, has resigned his position M. Blake, Mrs. 'Keathley Bowden, .. .. .. X N X N X N X..X..X..X..X**
.o Mrs. Basil Bowden and grand- 1.N X N X N X X N X X N X N X N X M X N X X N X N X N XK N X N X N
with the Wheeler organization.Mr. Mrs. A. R. Brink, Mrs. G. H. n'
daughter Suzanne Stello
of Okee- ?
chobee; are spending a few days McSheehan has accepted a Brown, Miss Evelyn Burhans, Mrs.A. .:. ...
position in the public defense program J. Crummer, Mrs. F. E. Conk- ANew
here this week with Mr. Bowden. '
and leaves for Jacksonville ling, Mrs. ,W. E. Dilley, Mrs. R. T. State Law :r
::1= =.
Leroy Hare returned Tuesday where he will receive, his assign Dottery, Mrs. J. H. Doty, Mrs. F. ..
ment. Deane Duff, Mrs. W W. Edmondson '.' f
from Genoa City, Wisconsin, wherehe y ..
Although Mr. and Mrs. McShee- Mrs. N. C. Ellis, Mrs. J. W. '.' ..
has been employed during the
han have lived here but a few Ezelle, Mrs. Harvey Guthrie, Mrs.H. 'i' "Th'd of vehicle involved in
summer months. ::: rIver a :s:
months they have entered into com- R. Hall, Mrs. L. J. Heffron, Mrs.L. .

Mr. and Mrs. Hub Spooner and munity affairs and have made many M. Hutson, Mrs. F. M. Jones, an accident resulting in injury to or death *_:

Dan Padgett were visitors in friends who regret that their stayin Mrs. H. C. Jones, Mrs. O. A. Jones, : of or total property damage ::
Clewiston is ended. Mrs. C. A. Ketterer, Mrs. W. R. o any person v
Gainesville Saturday, attending thefootball
game there. King., :;; to an apparent extent of $50.00 or more :s:

JUNIOR GIRLS CLASS ENJOYS Mrs. Richard Knight, Mrs. Otto : shall within 24 hours after such accident, ::
OUTING AT LaBELLE FRIDAYMrs. Larsen, Mrs. A. L. Lott, Mrs. W. ,

end Mrs.for M.Lakeland J. Hirsch for left a last visit week-with H. Lanier, Mrs. C. L. McLendon, ::f forward a written report of such accident ::

W. H. Lanier, Mrs. G. B. Mrs. C. W. McSheehan Mrs E. C.
\ her. daughter, Mrs. C. I. Hollings- ::=:: to the Dept. of Public Safety, Tallahassee :_:
l worth Thomas and Mrs. Carl Berner accompanied Mills, Mrs. J. R. Morrison, Mrs. N. .s.
Mr. Hirsch joined her there os. .
Wednesday.Mr. the members of the V. S. Mumford, Mrs. J. G. Niblacl; .;. Florida. .+. '
Junior Girls' Class of the Commua- Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs. R. Y. Pat- '

and :Mrs. Earl Smith left the fly Sunday School on an outing to terson, Mrs. W. W. Perry, Mrs. D. 't:: Report Blanks May Be Obtained :'::

first of the week for Fort Myers, LaBelle Friday afternoon. The C. Prevatt, Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, .s.+ From The :_:

where Mr. Smith has been assignedfor girls enjoyed a splash in the La- Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mrs. J. B. Pitt- v vX

three weeks on airport survey Belle pool and later came out to man, Mrs. J. H. Pullen, Mrs. W. A. X

f work for the U. S. Engineers.Mr. the Clay Pit, where Mr. Berner hada Read, Mrs. Joseph Robbins,' Mrs. J. .

camp fire: waiting for them. Schopenhauer, Mrs. Hub Spooner, : ;' .-
and Mrs. M. W. Bigg returned They barbecued ribs and enjoyed a Mrs. E. J. Smith, Mrs. R. N. Smith, :: -Beardsley Insurance :',: =_=

Sunday from a vacation of picnic supper there before return- Mrs. R. W. Turk, Mrs. G. Willis .

several weeks. They spent three Ing to Clewiston. Tyson, Mrs. K. Woodward, Miss ::: ::. =::-:,'.'

weeks in New York, and later motored Making the trip were Christine Hannah York. ,;. Agency .t'

through New England and and June Espenlaub, Rachel Miner The Ladies Aid. Committee in AIi'RIDAY '

"Canada. .. > I Pat Bailey, Grace Ward, Ann charge of the tea, were Mrs. N. V. S. .::::.:..: ;..:..;";..;"XK..XK"..x..x.**:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..;..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..: :,.:..:..;..:..:..:":,) ( ,



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l I Feathered Fighters: for U. S. I Our National HolidaysIf

"national holiday" is to be

1MtG.L2i. Falconry, one of the oldest of.the ivorld's sports, is to be given a.tryout interpreted a holiday declaredby

as a military weapon of-the United States. ,There is little,doubt that the federal, government, then

; EN peregrine falcons properly, trained, could be used as ideal interceptorsfor we observe' no such holidays, for
the 'legal ,declaration
carrier pigeons, used by the enemy. To handle these feathered GE' SCREEN iAD10 of or observ-
ance holidays is a matter en-
draftees a number of soldiers are being trained as falconers,'under Lieut. By VIRGINIA VALE tirely up to the state or territorial
Washington, D. C. (Released by Western Newspaper Union.)
DELAYS TO RUSSIA Thos. MacClure. These photos were made during a falconry demonstration government. Of the total numberof
There were two inside reasons for :at the Bronx Zoo, New York. WENDY BARRIE and legal or public holidays observed -

the slowness of the U. S. missionto Sanders were sort in various portions of the
the U. S., only seven may be said to
Moscow in sitting down at of rocked back on their heels
Stalin. be "national" in the sense that all
conference table with Joe
the of RKO's "A
recently on set
48 states in their observ-
One was the technical difficulty of I concur
the flight across Germany. The other Date With -the Falcon." They ance. These are New Year's day,

was China. were introduced to Michele Morgan -II Washington's birthday, Independence -

The flight from London to Moscowis I r : a fFjAiiaawwe..a. the French, actress, who day, Labor day, Armistice

not the easiest thing in the world, ../h makes her screen debut here in day, Thanksgiving (though not celebrated -
since about a thousand: miles is ; ', on the same: day in each
across enemy territory. The British "Joan of Paris, and promptly 'I I state), and Christmas.WORLD'S .
.; acknowledged the introduction
bombers which make the flight use >.
as much of the night as possibleover in fluent French. Then they I,

German territory and also go went on from there. But.Miss Mor-
up to tremendous altitudes. f't.r -<: gan shut up like a clam; not evena LARGEST SIJOSEPHl
The U. S. mission to Moscow SELLER
4:1: "Oui, oui" did she utter. AT IOr ASPIRIN
also had to fly in sections-three Finally, when they'd about decided -
different planes, flown on different : tc ; that their French was all wrong,
days, with the time of departurekept she
explained that she was tryingso Getting and Giving
a dark secret. And the last hard to be completely Americanthat
No man lives without
i jostlingand
sections were delayed in London. :
she wasn't in
even thinking
The Chinese delay of the missionto ,. French! being jostled; in all ways he
has to elbow himself through the
Moscow occurred before Averill '"
Harriman left Washington, when it aj --TR \ world, giving and receiving offense.Carlyle -
John Boles is returning to the .

was friendly proposed neighbor that to China Russia, ,nearest shouldsit ba I: Mine.screen" Remember in Monogram's John? "Boy He used o'
::4f ;
in with Harriman, Stalin and the II
others. ( : to be one of the screen's most popu- DON'T LET

But the state department objected lar singing stars. He's been doing
concert tours and sort of resting on CONSTIPATIONSLOW
-and for a highly unexpected rea-
his laurels, during his vacation from
Appeasement-minded diplo-
son. the YOU UP
: mats inside the state department :,.. ... screen. When bowels are sluggish and you feel
claimed that a Chinese mission to irritable, headachy and everything you
[' Moscow would offend Japan. The Lieut. MacClure "gentles" (gets it accustomed to being handled) Robert Preston, who recently was do is an effort, do as millions do-chew

United States was trying to woo Japan "Thunderbolt," the first falcon to join the U. S. army signal corps. chosen by vote of the nation's ex- FEEN-A-MINT, the modern chewinggum
laxative. Simply chew FEEN-A-
from the Axis they argued hibitors as one. of the top leadingmen
away Falcons are found in big cities roosting on ledges. MINT before you go to bed-sleep with-
(and that's the kind
and so nothing must be done in-pictures out being disturbed-next:morning gentle,
to rub the Japanese fur the wrong s... .. ..,,yf ... ",". :;-" of selection that counts in Holly- thorough relief, helping you feel swell
"F- : C '7TTJ} : wood!). has been named by Para- again, full of your normal pep. Try
way. .. ... ,. FEEN-A-MINT.,Tastes good, is handy
:' ...
end reaffirmed its ':
l In the Japan '
: and economical.A generous family supply
;i "'_ partnership in the Axis; but only j,, ,i a'fi"' a &r''mw.f$; ; df ".Tht f.r--'fft7 costs

:' after the U. S. mission to Moscow, I / FEEN-A4/IINI!/ i oWe

,:-. already had started, also after Nazi : j' ,0 '"
victories in Russia seemed on the upgrade -
r once again. So the appeasement L\ ExaggerateThere

t' policy of the state department is always less money, less

got nowhere. ,wisdom, and less honesty than

NOTE-Key to Japanese policy of people imagine-Bacon.
friendship for the United States or 'fk '' :' y y : t'r M is s 7i'yS

.: allegiance to Germany always is irE y
l:" the barometer of Nazi military suc- n '1 ,, .' r o:G/r r,' G S yiVi a y Y t y Y'A, l. tt.1t '3

-.7[.: cess. If Hitler is winning, Japan
will stick by him; and if the U.S.A. f 1 / /

looks stronger, it is vice versa. k 1, liS/J > xyft5?A '\. Y 8\\\S
Direct From Old VirgInia --
U. S. MILITARY ATTACHEGen. h'.r 'Y;iga anything make Jl th rr J '-
ir' i'i tooseholdmoneYlThinkotallthe
John Magruder was recently nice things von could start buying j. /j_..,.Y
appointed head of' the U. S. mili- ?' i t xt y foryoursel .AaaBlairdealeryoa _
12it can buy at wholesale pncc-s. In
"__ tary mission to" China in order to :(& ima1iordYoia : extra addition cash,I show takingorders you how to in make year
\ heal the slight to Chiang Kai-shek eparo time from friends and
neighbors for my quality products from Old Virginia.S .
when he was not'permitted to send iTl .. $ Worth of Foods,eta FREE
w 4hsi.
the Harriman conference : Writ ma today. Lm..eadyauFREE.bw.ortrnentofreg.al.rretajI..ixsp.ck.ga.f
F/ an envoy myfrwhlym.d.f.od.t.Uet.rticle,
... in Moscow. But General Ma- A keeper at the Bronx zoo is Each day the falconer must spendan wortb..owor boawbold.e.dd ever.k..Everything.Old Vagi.f.i."ou".Yon,to pi try.othing to your for home hb aDd rs
to.bow IMe..de and .x.cd bow to.t rtt.king
n.ighbon.Ihow l"
k gruder is more famous' for another about to hood a golden eagle.: The hour or so with the hooded birdon ROBERT PRESTON Orden..Iny..r.p.r.tim..1. h.lpyouwltb you credit of monthly
prom.m.ff.' .p.d.l bargain.win-fated w.y. whmlat
: chapter in his life. leather' hood is it his wrist. Stout leather ca.tomere.m.klog.xtrs mon...Write now for free f5 aa.o.Pmwt.
to keep from see thongs .A poetcard wm do.SEND NO MONEY.
When he was U. S. military at attached thebird's mount as the third member of the BLAIR OF VIRGINIA Dept.3071 Lynchburg Va.
ing until the falconer wants it to called "Jesses" are to
tache to Switzerland in 1938, Ma- co-starring triumvirate of "This Gun
; gruder sent a report to the war de- see. Then it is. taken off. legs. for Hire." The other two stars are

partment on the march of Hitler's .,"' ,' "'' 'v.'A'> ..,.... ... .,.,' '.,.'...._.,. ..""" ,.,.. .: 'I Veronica Lake-and we're told thatshe'll Happiest Man
''''' '':>''' t: -9.':' : :: :; :: > ::= -": w.1 = =.z.v.='!
{f' mechanized forces to conquer Aus- I y change her hair-do-and Alan He is the happiest, be he kingor

tria. In this report he said that Nazi ; : k; i: <-. Ladd. Ladd is a young character peasant, who finds peace in his
tanks and trucks were of poor quality : : y actor, of whom not much has been .home.-Goethe. _

,: ,and that many of ( them had : heard as yet; he won the role with a

broken down en route to Vienna. / remarkable screen test. Relieves MONTHLY
This U. S. military report was --7E--!
.. ,
immediately picked up by the Brit- I_. < Al Movie-goers will get their first PAIN
ish who placed great confidence in glimpse of the technique of the under- J
the word of a U. S. military attache. ground revolt against Hitler, now of irregu-

Y' Today, Hitler's tanks and armored spreading through Europe, in the -lar periods to monthly with cranky functional nervousnessdue dis-
'' cars are' the model for modern war- newest March of Time film, "Nor- turbances-should find Lydia E. '
fare. Plnkham's Compound Tablets (with ,
in Revolt" it also includes
way ; added Iron) simply marvelous to relieve -
seems of combined Norwegian and such distress.They're made es-
b 4'f
MRS. ROOSEVELT'S,JOB British naval raids on the coast of pecially. for women. Pinkham's
Taken regularly-LydIa
A friend of Mrs. Roosevelt came Norway, which resulted in the destruction Tablets help build up resistance

to see her at the White House, to 4 : y of valuable Nazi war sup- They against also such help annoying build 'ip symptoms.red blood
talk about the First Lady's new job plies.'I' and thus aid In promoting more
in the Office of Civilian Defense. ., 0.a$;' t/1, <' : ? ,;; t.l \;: '- '. > ". r1fJfi ---;', strength. Follow label directions.
i( ix : Plnkham's Compound Tabletsare
r She Roosevelt's was much impressed of the at Mrs. t f; if f.tY.( l f'. i.k t i : : '--' -': I Bette Davis is "The Most RegularStar" Lydia WORTH TRYING 1

v grasp problems, > on the Warner Bros lot, according -
+ but a little disturbed at the boldness Above: Hood removed, r. -M to a ,poll conducted by the

: of some of her plans.So the zoo' eagle is shown in .I.r studio's 72 police officers. The honor Farmers Are FoundersThe

thinking of Director LaGuardia flight here. The bird is re- :: 'i :I was awarded because of her farmers are the founders of
the friend remonstrated: "If thoughtfulness, cheerfulness and her civilization and prosperity.-Daniel -
_= you introduce such bold ideas, what turning to the keeper's wrist. being, in general, "a regular .guy." Webster.
will the mayor say?" The light rope attached to :Y-

: ,. The First Lady smiled. "My the\ "Jesses" is to keep the ;. '--- Those who have forgotten that 1F

a dear," she, said, "I don't think the bird from going after pigeons -- -. Bob Hope started his theatrical ca- 10

mayor will say 'No' to me." and sea gulls. Right: \. reer as one-half of the hoofing teamof : COLDS

NOTE Mrs. Roosevelt cannot A closeup view of the hooded \. Hope and Byrnes are going to OFquick&j
spend full time at her desk in the eagle. The plume in front is ", be surprised when they see his song- .uie

O.C.D., and during her absences, just an ornament. and-dance version of the Irving Ber- LIQUID

the job will be held down by her ..., ........... ...uw,a ?, ,n,.,r .r .,aew lin number, "You Can't Brush Me 66 6 TABLETSSALVE DROP
good friend Mrs. Henry Morgenthau, Off" in Paramount's "Louisiana COUGH NOSE DROPS
a wife of the secretary of the treasury. Purchase." He does a dance routine
with a colored kid band and quartet
MERRY-GO-ROUND that should make Rochester look to

What the army needs for men in his laurels.
',' southern areas is short pants. The .
r'H "All the Traffic
long trousers are too hot and difficult Did you know that Mickey Mouse
to keep clean. British officers was 13 years old the other day?

;. observing the maneuvers wore Walt Disney named him Mortimer Would Bear"
t. shorts and looked cool and swagger. Mouse, but Mrs. Disney suggestedthe

;. Observed one second army wit change to Mickey. He made his ,j'
; anent the fact that the war games .isyft \.. debut in the cartoon comedy,

t.:, were held in the "Gajun" (Arcadian "Steamboat Willie. ," and was an- instant O There was a time in America
) section of Louisiana, "450,000 success.
soldiers and all looking for Evangeline. --7f--: when there were no set prices.

: ." who enjoyed those radio Each merchant charged what
< }'<. % : ': uS..:: x. : ,ituThe Everyone
Attention, Mr. Tom Dewey: The y presentations of outstanding picturesis he thought "the traffic would
U.S.O. did not show up very help- delighted now that the Playhouse
fully in the maneuver area. In some is back on the air. Dramatized ver- bear." Advertising came to

of the towns the local organizationsdid sions of successful pictures are the rescue of the consumer.It .
make an effort to provide the heard Monday through Friday, in
led the to the
: soldiers with and way
bathing laundry quarter-hour episodes. The cast is
;: facilities, but in general the U.S.O. headed by Virginia Field, and includes lished prices 'you pay when

fell down on the job. It should have Donald Briggs, who has appeared buy anything today.r .
made special arrangements for the I eagle has made his perch and is about to rest. For army use it in many of the Dr. Kildare
men in this backwoods region.& and Andy Hardy pictures.
would be difficult train I
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neck, most like; cain't see why she

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,"Just you four," Roper marveled.
"were going to tackle the whole
works not even knowing how
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were here?
6v ALAN LE MAY W. N.U.! Release "We tried to tell her it couldn't be A damp cloth placed around ahead If the beaten eggs are' mixed,
done. But you can't talk any sense .of lettuce :will keep it fresh with milk.that is slightly warm'
17 thought Jody went to Miles City with and crisp. when -
into a woman, once she gets a notion making custards the custard
THE STORY SO FAR: Shoshone Wilce. in her nut." will not be watery..
i Dusty King and Lew Gordon had built up "She never went to Miles. She A coat of, furniture polish on in- '
i a vast string of ranches. King was' killed knew Leathers was bringing you CHAPTER XXIII terior window sills makes their Canned foods that
spoil should be
by his powerful and unscrupulous competi here, from what she'd heard him cleaning easier. buried
tor. Ben Thorpe. Bill Roper King's adopted say. She come to us, because we one tablespoonful of
Marquita, closing the door of, the lye to each
son was determined to avenge his death In quart to keep animals.
was the K-G camp nearest here, When baking candied sweet
spite of the opposition by his sweetheart storeroom behind her, for some moments potatoes away from it.
Jody Gordon and her father. After wiping and she wouldn't hear of nothing but stood looking down at Jody turn them frequently to per- '*

Thorpe out of Texas, Roper conducted a i we come and try to crack you" loose. Gordon. '. mit even browning. If washable curtains become
great raid Thorpe's vast herds in Mon. I Shoshone Wilce-he's daid. .
upon Jody still sat on the floor, upon rusted on the rods during damp
tana.heavy rewards Both Thorpe and Roper's Lew head.Gordon He placed was Bill Roper was" dazed. "I thoughtI her, lap the head of the boy who had Meats cooked at low tempera- weather, dampen the 'rust spots:

captured by Leathers upon and Kane: two of thought- downed Jim Leathers. The sobs that tures not only save fuel, but they and cover them with a thin coating
Thorpe's men. Leathers' girl, Marquita The other cowboy now came convulsed her were dying off now, are not overcooked, and for that of salts of lemon. Let stand until
j loved Roper. She made a desperate effort tramping back into the cabin, an leaving her deeply fatigued, and pro- reason are tender and juicy. the,stains' disappear.
I to save him but was soon overpowered. The awkward burden in his arms; and foundly shaken.

men were dragging Roper outside to hang this time Jody Gordon herself followed "You might as well get up now,"
him when they heard the sound of running close upon his heels. Her Marquita said. Her soft Mexican

Worses. face was set, and the sharp flush slur gave an odd turn to the blunt I Party Games for All Occasions -I I
across her cheekbones did not con- American words she used. "The
CHAPTER XXIIContinuedJim ceal her fatigue.Bill .
fight's over; and that boy you've r
Leathers, in spite of his warn- Roper started to say, "Jody, got there is dead as a herring.," out of black
: ing to Kane, made no effort to move how on earth-" With a visible effort Jody Gor- .) paper, fasten to'walls.

.- out of the light. Standing square in Jody did not seem to see him; she don pulled herself together, and gen- .
the door, he drew his gun. A bullet appeared to be thinking only of the tly lowered the head of, the dead You'll find many lively
r splintered into the casing beside' slim youngster whom the cowboy boy to the floor. She got up shakily, 32-page booklet. Has games games for all kinds our ..
i: him as the report of a carbine sounded carried. The cowboy laid the limp and for a moment looked at Mar- of parties-ice-breakers, team games,
from somewhere beyond. Jim figure on the floor of the kitchen, quita. 9I brain ticklers, a kitful of Jolly stunts.
Leathers fired twice; then stepped ripped off his own neckerchief and "Why did you come here?" Mar- your order to:

inside, closed and barred the heavy spread it over the youngster's face. quita asked at last. Her voice con- I 1 ?
door. Jody Gordon methodically shut the tinued gently curious-nothing more. READER-HOME SERVICE
For a moment the eyes of Kane door. Then she dropped to the floor "I knew Billy Roper was alive," 635 Sixth Avenue New York City

and Leathers questioned each other. Jody told her. "Because I was Enclose 10 cents In coin for your
"Dry Camp Pierce," Kane said. ,watching 'when Leathers left Fork OCCASIONS.copy of PARTY GAMES FOR ALL' ,

"Naturally." Creek with him. I already knew Name.................................
"If it don't beat hell that they they meant to take him to Ben
should land in at just this minute-" Thorpe at'Sundance, for the reward. Address..............................

Leathers was very cool and quiet That would be death, to him. And I
'now. Deliberately he pulled on his knew they meant to stop over hereon

sheepskin. "Get out the back, untie the way. So I got the boys.fromour Follow Witch to New Stunts.
the ponies and get your man ,Red Butte camp, and I come
'Thrills! That's
aboard. on. MYSTERY
"Jim, seems like we stand a bet- yr r "You are a very foolish .little) you want at your Halloween -

ter chance here, way we are, than y girl," Marquita said. "Luck saved party.So .
running in the open, what with: -" $ 1 f you; but if this camp had been full have your guests enter by a I
"They'll burn us out if we try to ,' 1' of men, it would have been suicide." dimly lit hallway-where wicked
hold Get going, you!" "Wouldn't'' you have done the witches ride broomsticks, where

Dragging Roper after him, Kane : same?" black' cats prowl. (You cut theseIf

plunged into the dark of the back 1' yun Marquita shrugged impatiently. "I k 6
room. feel very sorry for you," she said.' GOC. ,
you,have a relative or friend
hur- ?
Leathers neither swore nor "Why
in the service and have doubts
ried. Moving deliberately, he blew "Because I think you are in love any ,
about what to send him as gifts, s' ,
out one lamp, hobbled across the with this Billy Roper. your problems are over. The serv-
the other. Then all hell "Why do 'say that?"
room to you ice men have solved it for you by
broke loose at once. "Es claro," Marquita said. "It,is naming tobacco as their first
The single frosted pane of the ten- plain. And it's a pity;; because this choice in gifts. Actual sales rec-
inch window at the end of 'the'room \ kind of man is not for you." ords show ''the favorite cigarettewith
smashed out with a brittle ring of au" "I don't understand you." men in the Army, Navy, Ma-
falling glass. In the black aperture Marquita's glance swept the room rine Corps, and Coast Guard is
-the bare chinked walls the dead Camel. Prince Albert is' the popu-
appeared the face of a boy, pale lar smoking tobacco. With these
and,wild-eyed, so young-looking that boy. Her glance seemed to go be- preferences in mind, local tobacco
he might almost have been called a V yond the door, where they' were dealers feature Camels by the car-
child. The heavy .44'with which he dressing Old Joe's wound; beyond ton and Prince Albert in the pound

had smashed the window? thrust the. walls, to the_ cold wind-swept tinas, ideal gifts to the men in,the
through the broken pane; it 'blazed "Now you go and keep Miss prairie, where men still rode this service from the folks back home.
out heavily, twice. Gordon company.'! night, though morning was close. -Adv.
Jim Leathers, staggering back- "What do you know," she said-'
wards as if he had been hit with a beside the ''fallen youngster, lifted "what can you know of the lives of Road of Merit

log ram, fired once, from the levelof his head into her lap, 'and gave these men? There is but one straight roadto

his belt. The face vanished, buta .way to a violent sobbing. The high- Jody lifted her head, then, and success, and that is merit. The k6
moment after it was 'gone the keyed nervous excitement that had looked at Marquita; and again the man who is successful is the man
hand that held the gun dangled limp sustained her through the hard necessities simple words and the mask-like face who is useful. Capacity never

within the room. Then the gun thud- of action was unstrung of Marquita seemed to have a mean- lacks opportunity. It can not remain -
ded on the floor, and the 'lifeless abruptly, now that her work was ing for which she groped. In the undiscovered, because it is Plainly Told
hand disappeared. done; it left nothing behind it but a silence that followed, it came to sought by too many anxious to use ''An honest tale speeds best being
As Leathers went down, a broken great weariness, and the bleak consciousness Jody that the night's fighting was it.-Bourke Cockran. plainly told.

roar of guns broke out in the store- that this boy was dead not yet over, that she must still fight
room. Leathers groped for his gun, because of her. for herself and for Bill-and some-
tried'to rise, but could not. Roper and the King-Gordon cow- how for that foolish house''in Ogallala -
Roper, who had been dragged into boy stood uncertainly for a moment. with its tall tower loverlooking
the dark storeroom by Red Kane, Then the cowboy picked up Leathers the plain. THE/RE j"S'

felt the swift sting of the wind as the where he lay struggling for "Do you ride with them?" the 44 MILDER. WITH I FINDOWIELS '.
back door was smashed open, and breath, carried him into the back gentle, inexorable voice went on. .
was able to tear, free as the guns room and put him down on a bunk. "Do you share their blankets? Do y74'; LESS NICOTINE MOREENJOXABLE
began. He stumbled over piled For a moment he hesitated then '
; you ride under their ponchos in the IN THE SMOKE. INTHAT'S
sacks and flattened himself closed the door between the two
.... against rain? Where are you when their
the wall.. The blind blasting in the rooms, leaving Jody alone. guns speak? Who prays for them at ONE EVERY WA THEY -

dark of the back room lasted long "Seems like the kid got Jim Leathers dawn, knees down in this Godforsaken REASON I SMOKE ALWAYS TASTE
I enough for three guns to empty ; but Jim Leathers got the snow?" ,

themselves. Their smashing voices kid." Marquita paused, and her body CAMELS SO GOODy

fell silent ,with an odd suddenness.After "Daid?" Old Joe asked. swung, lazily assured, across a

what seemed a long time a "Deader'n hell! Jody takes it awful shadowy angle of the room toward T
match flared uncertainly, and Rop- hard." the closed door that, had hid Roper,

er's quick glance estimated the The cowboy cut loose Bill Roper's working now over the wounded men. .
changed situation. In the back room hands, and together they lifted Old the doorposts and it seemed to Jody,
now two men were down-Red Kane Joe onto the other bunk. Roper cut watching her, as if Marquita werea
and another whom Roper immedi- Marquita 'free. barrier between what might have ;IVx

ately recognized as an old King- "Get me that kettle of water off been Jody's, and that she had lost ,
Gordon cowboy called Old Joe.
the stove," Bill Roper ordered Mar- now.
The dim flicker of the match was "You don't have to bar the door "
quita; and'when she had brought it ,
augmented to : kI
a steady glow
as a
a I
she said.
he said "Now and
lantern was found and lighted. i you go keep Miss
Roper Marquita's hands came away from
Gordon for little
a while.
, did
not recognize the other
man know I "
the doorposts. "I don't.
in the room. Marquita left them, closing the
I The words were so indolently ca- ,
door behind her.
The stranger stooped over Old denced that they might have been
Joe. "You hurt bad?" Old Joe kept talking to.them in a spoken in Spanish. And at their soft $ 1z 44
"It's only my laig, my laig." gaspy sort of way, as they did what : assurance something awoke in Jody
The other they could for his wound.
stepped over the inert
Gordon Something was still
of Kane to the door "The kid scared to death
body and sur- was to I worth fighting for. Perhaps it had
veyed the silent kitchen. come. Jody seen that, and tried to
Bill yS4 F
nothing to do with Roper, but it x /e-;
"Jim Leathers! Somebody got Jim send him back, with some trumpedup flowed deep into the roots of her,
Leathers, and got him'hard!" message or something. Naturally life; deeper than her life with one
He stepped back into the rear he seen through that and wouldn'tgo. with man-could
man- any ever
} room. "You're Bill Roper, aren't Now most likely she blames flow. CAMELS CONTAINS
Where's the others herself that he's daid. '' NG
you? ? Lucky for us As Jody looked at 'Marquita, OF SL2SY )
"There aren't any others. Theyall that Leathers' main outfit' wasn't strange things came to her, that she THE SMOKE
went 'out on Dry Camp's trail, here." herself could not have put into NICOTINE
after his raid day before yesterday." "You mean just you three :was go- words. She knew that Marquita and LESS
"No others here? You the whole
sure? ing jump Leathers out- all her kind would presently pass.
I "Kane and Leathers are the only fit, and the Walk Lasham cowboys, Perhaps Bill Roper, like all the rest
! ones here. too? of his bold riders, must also pass;,
Old Joe, both hands clasped on "Not three-four,", Old Joe said. but now suddenly Jody knew that' largestselling
his'smashed leg, spoke between set "Don't ever figure that girl don't whatever else might vanish from
teeth. "Wh re's Jody? For God's pull her weight. We been laying up this prairie, what she herself stood cigarettes to dependent

sake find Jody!" here on the hill since before dusk. for would remain. When she spokeat of them""according" itself! ",-" "..-. ,,
The King-Gordon cowboy whom She aimed we should use the same last, she scarcely recognized her tests of tile smoke T
Roper did not know, went out, his stunt you used at Fork Crickbustinto own voice. "I guess I was wrong," scientific CIJ'
spurs ringing with his long strides. 'em just before daylight. Then she said. Her words had a strange j
"Jody isn't here," Roper told Old somebody fires off,a gun down here, echo of Marquita's own directness.
Joe disgustedly. "She got loose two and she loses her haid, and we comeon "You're Bill Roper's' girl-is that '- ;

days ago." down. It was her smashed her what you wanted to tell me?" ,
"The hell she isn't here! She come horse against the door, trying to The dance hall girl's words fell] THE CIGARETTE OF ., "- !
here with us!" bust it in. She blindfolded him with softly. "Si, that is what I wanted CAME'j L COSTLIER TOBACCOS t. ', .
"With you? But you're from Gor- her coat-threw it over his haid- you to know." I ri;

J, don's Red Butte camp, aren't you? I and poured on whip and spur, and, TO BE CONTINUED) I
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Church To I conduct the services on the coming 'fall the other necessary delicacies. and Arthur H. King. J. B. Brant-.
Sunday and Dr. Thomas Smith of I There were twenty of the Scouts, j I ley Is clerk and W. H. Lanier is
New Minister I Sarasota, who held services here [their scoutmaster, Charles Benson, j secretary. to the supervisory committee. J. M. COUSE
Have last Sunday, is expected to return his assistants, M. M. Prewitt and .
on October 26. Jimmy Wilson and four boys who Counselor and Attorney at Law
At congregational meeting of are prospective members of the 'I Hopkins Building
diving boat
sponge "Colonel
the' Community Church on' Monday Legion Post Meets troop. tVedne*rln\s and Saturdays
Lindbergh, plying Gulf
I I waters ...
committee announced -,
night the pulpit 'I since 1928, out of Tarpon Springs, Orrto. to 4:00
that they had contacted Rev. At Jackman RanchAbout Credit Union- I has been re-named the "Greece."
Edward Bryant Landis of Winter,I'I 1 .
Texas, and that Rev. Landis would
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be in Clewiston as soon as his I I thirty members of Clew- I :?' *" '"i"ttANNOUNCING-:-:-: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :_:_:..:..:_:.-:..:..:..:..)
fairs could be straightened out iston American Legion Post No.' 93 are subject to dividend paymentsnot Y I ..
there. It is expected that he will l from Clewlston, LaBelle and Moore to exceed six per cent per annum (I Y THE OPENING OF :
be here to hold his first serviceon I Haven .and a large number of Boy i:: Our '
; Bowling Alleys ::
November 23. Scouts of the Clewlston troop en- The Union operates under the I I Y
Rev. Landis stated in his letter joyed a barbecue Tuesday night at state banking laws and is affiliated yI
that he wished to locate in Florida the ranch of one'of the Post's mem- with the Credit Unions of North I I:! SATURDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 4TH :::
and was willing to come to bers, J. C. Jackman. The ranch is America. A reserve is carried In I,l h
Clewiston on a si,\ty: to ninety day located on the Devil's Garden Road the treasury ,at all times greater i,+.. 15 cents a line for both duck-pins and ten-pins. A h..
"get-acquainted" basis. If, at the six miles south of road 25. than the legal reserve required.The I.:. cash prize for high score in each every -week. ..
end of that time he should wish to There was no attempt at a' board of directors of the s.
leave he will not be obligated to business meeting and the membersand organization is composed of Chas.
fetay. their Boy Sclmt guests entered Trenary, president; G. B. Rack- I:_: A AND B BOWLING ALLEYS :t_:
Mr. Thompson, church layman into a full enjoyment of the barbe- .straw, vice-president; Charles Lov- :: '

and a U. S. Engineer employee, will cue supper which was served with |Vorn, treasurer, Boyd T. Vorhees I .:......................................-...................................................................,;..........-..................-..................-......................-......-...............:.:..:.
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