The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: October 31, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00863
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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A. C. L. Pullman Serviee I Old Traffic Residents ViolatorsBell Are Worst Postponement Ol TrusteeElection V

To Next Monday Until Dec. 16th
Begin Constable I. S., Bell has asked

_u the News to, again appeal to the
.;- V
I ---- I residents of Clewiston to observe -

I TRAIN WILL ALSO ARRIVE ONE Gas Stations Continue traffic laws while driving in Clew- Kiwanis Club Elects I II STATE SUPERINTENDENT ,AND


I Seven O'Clock Closing buildings. Mr. Bell says "I have Bishop New President OF ALL COUNTIES

put up signs calling attention to the
r Beginning on Monday morning, I I -- speed limit, and I have appealedto The election scheduled for next

November 3, the Atlantic Coast I drivers through the newspaper. R. 1Bishop was elected president -I Tuesday, November 4th/,, to name

Line will inaugurate their new The lifting of ,restrictions on It appears there is no way to slowdown of the Clewiston Kiwanis Club new school trustees in each of the

Buffet-Pullman service into Clew-j the sale of gasoline the latter'part I I these fast drivers except to for the year,"1942 at the regular special school districts of the coun-

iston and at the same time will lof last week causedmany service make a case against them. Someof mid-week meeting Wednesday 'night; ty and to fix the millage for this

make a slight change in the sche- stations to resume the same hours the ,most persistent offendersare at the Inn. E. M. Cornette w .selected .year and next has been postponeduntil

dule made possible by a faster 'and ''they had before the seven to_ seven old Clewiston residents, my vice-president. j December 16 according to
better service. 'I good friends and neighbors, but Named to the board of direc- [I the announcement this morning of

On that morning the passenger curfew was declared. their fast driving in town must tors was almost a new list of A. O. Ward, Clewiston member and

II train pulling' the Pullman car, will''I However service station operators stop." members, there being only two'''' chairman of the; county school
li, in Clewistol1'got together at 'I holdover members from the board board. '
arrive in Clewiston an hour earlier I!j once Mr. Bell says he is only tryingto ,
1 than usual, arriving here at nine"o'clock. |1 and' agreed to continue the same enforce the state speed laws and this year, A. W.Sias and J: W. I|! Postponement was largely due to

In the evening 'it will : hours, opening, at seven in the morn- asks that the newspaper quote Ezelle. New members of the board the request of Governor Hollandand
ing and closing at seven each night. are Hub Spooner G. E. Etherton ;
leave ten minutes later than usual, I (Continued on page 10)) State Superintendent Colin
at six o'clock. The northboundtrain They feel that few if any people W. A. Davis, R. C. Wilson 'and n.1 English who called attention to the

will arrive in Haines City at have 'been inconvenienced by these W. Turk. j fact' that the new tax laws had

9:40 p. m., the same time as at hours and that being accustomed io ACTS The board of directors will meet], prevented tax rolls being yet approved

present. it now there is little use of chang- GOVERNMENT sometime during the coming week in some counties and insufficient ,

This will be the first time in ing. The new hours have given the to name secretary and' treasurer I time had elapsed in any

I a number of years, that Pullman I operators free evenings for the first TO GIVE GROWERS to serve" next year. All officers of the counties to see whether or

f service has been, provided into time in years. begin their terms January 1. not the proper millage had' been

I Clewiston and is 'the first time in ;, The present plan for Sunday clos- Suggestions were made that the :set for this year and next. The

the history of the community that ] ing will also le continued. Two HIGHER CANE PRICE secretary be paid a salary in the I maximum time of such an election

dining accommodations have been stations will remain open each Sun- future and that plans for the col- I postponement under the law is six

available. This luxurious service day giving each station operatortwo lection of dues be made. Actionon weeks so the date of the electionhas

was provided through the efforts Sundays off and one on. Price Control Administrator Leon these! suggestions was left up been set at December-16.

of Clarence R. flitting, president Henderson Friday ,issued three to the board of trustees. i The postponement of, the elec-

of the United States 'Sugar Cor- amendments, to the government'sprice tion will necessitate readvertisingand

poration, who feels that the service, I schedule which, he said, will the re-opening of the slate for
will appeal not only to Clewiston place processors and producers of G. C.HODGEFORMER candidates for trustee. Eight can-

residents but to the increasing i continental raw V cane sugar "in a ,didates have already 'qualified from

number of visitors here each yearto FOR DUCK SEASON more favorable position." the Clewiston district but in no,

the sugar house.. The, expansion -I Icorporatio'n Henderson said the principal COUNTY AGENT DIES other ,district in the county was
program planned by the : there
a single candidate. Efforts
amendment establishes a maximum I
to begin in, the near OPENING SUNDAYCounty I will be made to secure new can-
price at mills where cane is ground
future will also make this service OF HEART ATTACK : didates in these districts and there
that, also is the top price, duty-
greatly'needed.. ] be other
may the
paid, at the nearest customs portof
It is understood that berths will Clewiston district.
judge's offices are doinga entry "less the published freight
be made up on the northbound Grover C. Hodge, 50 former
business ,
rushing selling hunting rate from the mills to the nearest : Mr. Ward stated this morning
Pullman upon arrival of the trainin licenses this week and postofficesare refinery." Under the method, he county agent of Hendry County, ; that the original millage set for
Haines City but it. has been indicated died ,
suddenly last Wednesday
doing as well selling federal ,
said, at, existing freight rates the this year was eight mills for the
that sleeping accommodations duck stamps for on Sunday morn- top price for 96-degree raw sugar about 6 p. m., 'of a heart attack at school districts but John A. Hilliard
will be made possible im- the home of1 his sister Mrs. A. H.
ing the hunting season opens on at Louisiana mills would be $3.48a of the state superintendent's office
mediately upon:boarding the' trainat ducks and other' migratory game hundred pounds; minus transpor- Himes at, Alachua. Mrs. Hodge was here last Monday and pared
Clewiston if desired. birds., and their son, Phillip, were with
this down the
tation costs .to the nearest refinery.: considerably, leaving
The Pullman; charge from- Clew- Some effort has been made to Because this year's cane crop is him at the time. Clewiston district at six and three

-, iston: to Jacksonville, '. will be $2.65 have the duck season, which .opens below average, Henderson said the Mr. Hodge had attended sessionsof quarters mills. The/'original esti-

-. '-',' ..".with a rail tare JL..tbree( cents a eighteen, dais ;aheadcf'' ,the reg- amendment "will enhance the like- the -annual_state county agents' mated income from' ,this millagewas

V 'V mile ag.finsU: : 'i1i.1'lfttir .ara_ half ular state Bunting'season for other lihood of the -pru& sSol's'and grow- conference during,,,the day' ,and the :_ $103,000.; and, this' is now cut
coaches. The from Clew-
.\ 'on, game under' federal law,. postponed :: trio afterwards-toent;!-to'-Mrs.; Himes' to about $91,OOO.. -, Stateofficials.
iston to J Jacksonville on the Pull-
to coincide with the regular season home for dinner. He was stricken have insisted that the millage be
man would'thus be about $9.15 '
opening. Proponents of this post- The price schedule also was shortly after arriving. and died a no greater in proportion to the
plus the $2.65 plus a five per cent)
federal tax. ponement feel that hunters have, amended to permit the customary few moments later. increased assessments than it was

1 The Pullman coach will be air been taking: advantage of the duck practice of, permitting sugar to be Funeral services were held Friday last year' but as the county schoolsare

conditioned and the City of ,Clew season opening to carry a gun in imported to San Francisco ,from 3 p. m., at the Trinity Baptist now operating on a ninemonthsbasis
the quail country and kill out the Hawaii and the Philippines under Church in Tallahassee, his home, they feel that the additional -
iston has made possible special
quail before the season opens. They long term contracts providing fora with burial in the Tallahassee revenue is necessary. The later
electrical plug-ins at the siding to
batteries also have stated that this early in deduction from the New York cemetery.Mr. election date may give an oppor-
charge during the day for
use that night.Baptist the season the Florida mallards price instead of using a freight dif Hodge joined the staff of the .tunity to raise this figure for 1942.
bear the brunt of the Neither the budget
hunting before I ferential. Extension Service on October 1, county nor
cold weather has driven the I the school budget has been finally
The third amendment authorized 1922, as agent in Wakulla, and -
Church To northern ducks'southward and that : approved in Tallahassee.
determination of premiums or pen- with the exception of a year in
the Florida: mallards are being' alties for of polarizationsucrose .
degrees --
1940-41 was with the service .continuously -
Hold Mission School. killed out rapidly because of this.Howe'ver ( content) above or below until his death. He was Sowers of Southern

it is understood'that !the base grade of 96 degrees "in agent successively: in Leon, Glades

'. ,., the State Game and Fresh Water accordance with the method 'customarily and Hendry, and Union Counties. To Preach Here
The First Baptist, Church will Fish Commission has agreed that used price to Aug. 14" of .. .
conduct church school of missions "Mr. Hodge's death brings a
," a the state law on the opening of this year. The, determination in
severe loss to the Extension Serv-
the coming and
the ,duck season shall conform to the schedule based
original was on Ray V. Sowers, professor of
ice and to those farmers with whomhe
lasting through Friday of next ,
the federal law and all counties the duty paid price. sociology and former dean of men
worked and served
week during which some of the outstanding so closely
(Continued on "p'age 10)) Officials of the United States at Southern College in Lakeland,
-. mission workers will speak I _._ (Continued on Page 4),
---- I Sugar Corporation here stated that will conduct services at the Com-
,,.: on their experiences in foreign lands j Band Parents Organize they had not had time to study out munity Church on Sunday, Nov. 2.
' 5,.- The speaker Monday evening will i iX
> )' the possible effect, if any, these Choral Group Gives :Mr. Sowers has a wide reputa-
be Rev W. Q. Maer of Chile in'tt"
L i. d amendments would have on this tion throughout the state for his
Club On
t.' South America. Rev. Maer is as- ] Tuesday NightAn 1
i corporation. Program At Air Field work and his public addresses on
: $:;; ; sociated with Young People's, work i
I religious topics of today. He is
*:? and general mission work for then ,
; organization of band parents Shares expected to.arrive in time to speakto
, :', :\-'I' entire country of Chile.On Proportionate
' : ,1/ and school patrons interested in a The Plantation Choral Group, the Sunday School and to con
: Tuesday evening Dr. Ladislau
school band seas perfected at a Still Govern ,composed of colored singers from duct the Adult Bible Class.
I Payments
' Biro of Rumania and Hungary will
(''i;;r.,.:.' V meeting held at the Civic Center on the plantations, of 'the United States Rev. Douglas Carhart of the
> :- be the speaker. He is past presi-
: Tuesday night of this week. The Cane GrowersUnder Sugar Corporation, presented a program Mount Carmel Presbyterian Churchin
,:,; dent of Hungarian Baptist Union Sugar
.:." : .- meeting was well attended and Wednesday night at 8:15'at ] suburban Pittsburgh, will arrivein
and the conditions in, Europe pre-
. great interest was shown. the mess hall at Riddle-McKay Aero Clewiston on November 7to stay
%. vent his returning home.
made Dr. College which was greatly enjoyedby I three weeks, conducting his first
;, '. The speaker Wednesday evening Elected president of the new organization a by I
'. Bernhardt chief of the the RAF cadets and others who service at the church on Sunday
ti,:. will be Rev. :Milner C. Brittain of was A. O. Ward. Arch Joshua ,
I ':, China. He is associated with Hodges will serve as first vice- Sugar Division of 'the AAA and an- attended. I I the ninth.

I '. Shanghai University and has only president and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, nounced' through the office of Roy As, was the case when ,the band I _Mr. Carhart is being consideredfor !

" (Continued on Page 10), second vice-president. These three N. Warnock, special compliance supervisor gave its performance there two ', the pastorate of the Community

. officers will serve as an executive for this area this week, weeks ago theie were a number of' Church and the pulpit committee

:, ;''. board. M. M. Prewitt will serveas crop payments for 1941 'will be I local people attending the program. !I! and home Mission Board is requesting -
. Red Cross Roll Call
vice-president and secretary.The made on 96.3 per cent of the pro- ,- The following is the tentative ]I i that all communicantsmake

,\ purpose of the organizationis portionate share acreage as determined -i program: a special effort to hear and
Discussed At '
< Meeting to provide uniforms for the school I in September before the Great Day-Choral Group. I get acquainted with Mr. Carhart.

,;:f"r band and also, instruments---- and' limitations on acreage were removed Walk In Jerusalem Choral -------

{! ', Ramone S. Eaton, director of the music which the, children are un- in October. Group. ; Only Three DrafteesFor
I V :;'J"' Eastern division drive in the ap- able to obtain. The original determination, madeon Hand Me Down My Silver Trum-

'!:, : proaching Red Cross roll call, told i' Plans were made for the plac- September 19, was to the effect petQuartet.Seek November CallThe

\'V -,0" delegates attending a regional meeting ing of orders at once for uniforms that any Florida sugar cane Seek-Choral Group.I .

7 y in West Palm Beach Monday for the thirty-one members of the grower who used his then excess Couldn't Hear Nobody .Pray- -
',: that an "all out" effort must be band. Unless these uniforms 'can acreage for seed on his own farmor Choral Group: -' I 'local draft office announced -

made this :year to secure members. be obtained for the bands appear- who bought or sold excess acreage I Want Jesus To Walk With Me I ISolo. this week: that only three white

Junior and senior roll calls are ance at the football game here on I for seed, in order to comply : i boys would be available to fill the

being joined for the first time, this I Thanksgiving Day the order will ,with, the proportionate share con Roll, Jordon, Roll-Quartet. ., call for seven men from Hendry

'" ', year to collect sufficient funds to: be cancelled for this year. The dition for payment, couldmarket : Judgment Day-Choral Group. ; County on November 6.

',,,' care for the men in the armed uniforms will' be blue trousers with ,or process for sugar not more than '!' Religion Is A- :Fortune-Choral Fiftysix'more. questionnaireshave

,'" forces. W. W, Jefferson, Eastern gold stripe, gold shirt and blue tie 96.3 per cent of the 1941 pro- Group ...... been mailed out but it is' not

,' ', area assistant manager, told of the and blue cap with visor and gold portionate share established for his I Found My Ticket-Quartet., expected that more than six or

:work being done in the army camps. braid. farm, at that time. In The Sweet Bye and Bye seven from this group will be classified -

. Delegates from Clewiston were It was also planned that a barbecue -| The proportionate share dete,min- Choral Group. I ) in Class A-l.
Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, chairman of would ''ation revised October 2 and : -"
be held the first of December -I was on Wade' In The Water.-Choral r
the Clewiston Red Cross Chapter, to raise money for general the limitation on acreage was re- Group. ..i _. ,'" | According to current estimatesone

Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs. W. H. Lanier band' use. Admission ,to the bar- moved but the revision, according t I,! In That Great Gettin' Up Morn-J: pound of plastic! will replace
and Mrs. R. C. Wilson. becue will be' free. } (Continued in' Choral -
on page- 10) .- Groups more than three pounds, -of metal.
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--- .. OUR COMIC SECTION a wonderful world there are

Iww 0 many queer professions, but ranking -
, high among the strange ones
I is that practiced by a Chinese
Paste a layer of blotting paper
, on the bottom of rough vases. ,/ coolie living in Chungking.
: They will not then scratch your At night he can".be seen walking
around the dark streets with ,
[ furniture. alighted
i -i:; PETER fi1fi! I{ / \ ; 'lL-" ', candle measuring some
A few tablespoons of chopped --- / eight inches stuck in the top of
f( sweet red and green peppers tPEEVE his skull. In return for a small
; makes cole slaw and other salads h :::
'. fee he will guide you to your des-
th -
:. attractive and adds much to tination.
:: flavor
,' When very young his parents,

C.;., To clean fireplace bricks, cover ti Ali 1 apparently, had cut the top of his
them with a paste made of pow- skull, inserted a candle which
; dered pumice and household am- / r they held in position by sealingwax -
f: monia. Let dry for an hour, then and sent him out on to the
scrub with warm soapy water. street as a guide to travelers.

r KA Head's BusinessThe

t iAvIAt' ? 0fr.'ff 7i1'1r4 business of the head is to

form a good heart, and not merelyto
/ rule an evil one, as,is generally -
t WfffW&I" imagined.-Sir A. Helps.
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t,1 (IN '1330. A MOa, SAY.

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muscles, sniffles,into sleep. Here's dou-
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withPen tro.25c.
Use as directed. if'E a'wETroO i

America's Contribution
America has furnished to the
7'o :world the character of Washington -
BETTER wAY To TREAT Pt. IJ I and if our American institu-
CONSTIPATION DUE TO tACK OF tions had done nothing else, that
PROPER"BULK1 M THE DIET IS TO : alone would have entitled them to
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;- CORRECT THE CAUSE Of THE 1)' the respect of mankind.-Daniel
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THEBARREL Ease for Stomach, too

Masterpiece LAST
"Which of your works of fiction fVK> > NIGHTWHERE /r When constipation,brings on acid indigestion -
\ do consider the best?" stomach upset, bloating, dizzy
? you spells, gas, coated tongue, sour taste and
; "My latest income-tax return." (42 bad breath your stomach is probably
" "" "crying'the blues" because'your bowels
oP don't move. It calls for LaxativeSennato
f. : pull the trigger on those lazy bowels,
0 combined with<6yrap Pepsin for perfect
ease to your stomach in taking For years,
many Doctors have given pepsin prepa-
TRY HAIR TONIC@ rations in their prescriptions to make
K medicine more agreeable to a touchy stom
ach. So be sure your laxative contains
Syrup Pepsin. Insist on Dr. Caldwell's
: Greed at Fault Laxative Senna combined with Syrup Pep
"' There is no intrinsic vice in : ifxev.:: (Reieneed he The Bell Ssdles e. Ine.lf sin. See how wonderfully the Laxative
;" Wealth; the devil is in our greed.f' Sepna wakes up lazy nerves and muscles
-Sir Rabindrinath m your intestines to bring welcome relief
Tagore.QUINTUPLETS from constipation. And the good old
f Syrup Pepsin makes this laxative so com-
WAS I Alb iN THE fortable and easy on your stomach. Even
? finicky children love the taste of this
THE TJME sARREL ,pleasant family laxative. Buy Dr. Cald-
[ well's Laxative Senna at your druggist
today. Try one laxative combined with
Syrup Pepsin for ease to your stomach,too.
t. relieve misery of

;'T CHEST COLDS (t ahead."You"should What work Now hard? and get

: this good old reliable way By .: "I've got a head."

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: tuplets catching cold-their chests and
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AIf I 5 CAT tOL.L.OWIN6 WtEnE 'IA CANT Mutual EducationWe
educate our children and
they educate us.-Sigourney.
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Untested CourageNo DON'T WORRY MOTHER !

man can answer for his cour- A If youf boy or girl just won't eat. If
age who has never been in danger. 1i vegetables and other foods necessary for
-Rochefoucauld. e health cause daily arguments. Maybe
theirappetite needs encouragement.
Vitamin Bl and Iron in pleasant-tasting
VINOL helps promote appetite. Ask

Have You Tried T'E I. your druggist for VINOL.

DR. TUTT'S PILLS ? Greatest Step .
is that out of
The greatest step
Created in 1845 for the relief of f
constipation.Buy .doors.-Old Proverb.

them! Try them! TODAY ER

Never Crowded ; ;0 S'1 OF y C. 01DS I It

There is always room anywherein quickt'j.u..ie
the world for a holy thought.-


GOOD OIUGjrcms IOrn #s'4 "i13iturgs I. : oP l !f II NEW nIDHEAS II

QDVERTISEMENTS are your guide
-- By ii to modern living. They bring you
i today's NEWS about the food you eat and
=' C. M. Payne the clothes you wear. And the place to
lessedReliee find out about these new things is right
in this newspaper.


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SUNDAY | ?fAN J fliER II information on various subjects ? H E THAT is slow to anger is

(Lesson -MMM better than the mighty; and
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he that ruleth
his spirit than ,
By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D. 1. What Roman emperor made' all I knew) ; their names are What he that taketh a city.-The
Dean of The Moody Instituteof
i GEMSCREi EH 10 Chicago. Christianity a legal religion for and Why and When and How and Bible.
I (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) the first time? Where and
I By VIRGINIA VALE ? When you define liberty you

(Released by Western Newspaper Union.) 2. Do forest fires kill fish, and -- limit it, and when you limit ,it _

i WYMAN and Regis Lesson for November if so, how? The Answers you destroy it.-Brand Whit-
JANE 3. How much pressure is exert- 1., Constantine (the Great). lock.
have teamed to ed by the atmosphere at sea 2. Yes. The alkali ash washed The
happiest heart
that .
Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected ever beat
shatter all records for the and copyrighted by International level? down by rains into the streams Was in some quiet breast
r I screen's longest kiss it last- permission.Council of Religious Education; used by 4. What is an apocryphal story? and lakes kills the fish. That found the common daylightsweet

ed three minutes and five 5. How does the Black sea com- 3. ,Pressure of 14.7 pounds per ,

SIN AND CONSEQUENCES pare with Lake Superior in size? square inch. And left, to Heaven the rest
and it in -
seconds, you'll see 6. What is the largest city in 4. One of doubtful authority. -John Vance Cheney.

Warner Bros. "You're in the LESSON TEXT-Galatians 6:7, 8: 1 John the United States not situated on 5. The Black sea is five timesas The Youth of the Nation are

Army Now." The former rec- 1526. navigable water? large. the trustees of Posterity.-
GOLDEN TEXT-If confess our sins,
ord was held by Ann Sheridanand I he is faithful and Just we to forgive us our 7. Who wrote: "I keep six hon- 6. Indianapolis. Disraeli.. .

George Brent. Jane and Regis, I sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteous est serving men (they taught me 7. Rudyard Kipling.
ness.-I John 1:9.
seated on a hard piano bench, were
told to keep till told
just on kissing .
Sin is an appalling reality, hideous
to stop, while Donald McBride, play-
and horrible in itself, and bearing
ing Jane's father (as -well as 'an
with it the gravest consequencesboth
f ,
colonel discussed
) military
army in this life and in the life to
problems. First thing they knew,
come. Man does not find it pleasantto
they'd set record.
a new
face that fact, and so he makes
light of sin and even may go so far
Old-timers remember "Hu-
may as to deny its existence. Obviouslysuch
which was filmed
moresque, way
does to
an expedient nothing
f back in 1920 with Alma Rubens,
solve the difficulty or to meet the
Vera Gordon and Gaston Glass. It's TMI $ 1if
gnawing distress of a heart facing .
coming back to the screen, this time \
11 iW CouPON
and fearing the judgment of God. Ba
probably with John Garfield in .the
Gaston Glass role, that of a violinist Far better to meet the reality of l REOEEMABLEt t.t uw to. V f 2/
it admit its awfulness and seek (r. _
whose career is cut short by military V

conscription. Gcd's way of full 'deliverance., Sin, .-'f, st 9 RALEIGHS are a blend of 31 selected
----7f--: which came into the world when o'

Fred MacMurray was too young man listened to Satan and disobeyedGod grades of' choice Turkish and Domestic

for the last war, so he didn't know in the Garden of Eden, has y tobaccos-made from the more expensive,

what it feels like to crawl through gone on to mar and to mark all :,
barbed wire entanglements till just mankind. We note that i :. more golden colored leaves that bring top

I., Sin Brings Corruption (Gal. 6: :;) :. V prices at the great tobacco- sales. This
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.j Seedtime is .followed by harvest. '
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"Look Who's Laughing," along with calls for a Saviour, one who will 1 November, 1941. Anyone may enter (except employees of 25 prizes of $5.00 125.00 cash .1
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three answers to that. They are (1) about sin. If we say we know Him
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The Clewiston News story that followed. (Some of the i to renew this case of puppy love,!he? He has been caught spendingall

editors broke their stories into
chapters and ran them for several The 9th grade had a "swell"time j I Just a 'lIttle warning to Elbert

Published every Friday in Clewiston, weeks, and some dedicated a full THE STAFF at a party which was held at Hooker-Beware of street lights?

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS page or two In one issue.) The Barbara Broadfoot _......_ Humor the Civic Center last Saturday night l Gloria McDuffie, Reporter. .'

Inc.. story itself was a good narrativeand Mauryne Pre vitt...... Chief Reporter where one of our most popular

an accurate description of the Jeanne O'Xeill ..._..._ Society; girls taught, one of our football

Ii EAt('II IEY, Do'nJ.s, Editor tour, and was interspersed with Juanita Burkett .........._... Faculty: stars how to dance. (None other, Camporee Changed
sentences and paragraphs of pure Dorothy Knight ..._..._ Sketches than Richard Pape.) '

Enterod: as second class mall matter entertainment. You'll probably' en Barnard Leiter and r For Next Week-End

Clexvlston.February,Florida 1927, at, under the Pest the Office Act of in joy a few random quotes: Kemper Bond _..._....._ Sport HUMOR ', .',j- ::; r lI'

March: 3, 1897.Sub.cription "In other words, the editors were Marianne Jones ..._...._..._ Clubs '
important folk down there, and Jimmy Paul ..._..:......._ Reporter A truck driver, claims he was so I' 1''The Boy Scout district ,camporee

::.00 I' Year. treated as they should be at home Gloria McDuffie __........ SpecialtiesClass sick he was: afraid to look'' In the planned for next Friday and Satur-
Rate. $ er
for he'd find hisname
-but aren't, because at home Reporters paper fear day at the Palmdale picnic groundshas
Adtertlnlne, Rate On Application. too well known. However, listed in the obituary column.' y' '
they're Betty McDuffie, Philip McLeod, -.i'; been postponed for one day
it does satisfy a certain human Gloria McDuffie, Beulah' G tlirie. ", and will be held on Saturday and
':: for ,f Sheriff: "Did you catch theau"to
Devoted to the advancement and welfare ego to- rate as somebody, even Sunday. ,
------ '
of Clewiston and Hendry County.. a'week or ten days.: Tourists are ,. thief? -' '
r Special ,.worship services are. be-
the principal crop in Florida and PROCLAMATIONI Deputy: "He was a lucky bird, ing planned during the day Sunday
the Floridians certainly know how I we had chased him only' a mile
with a minister to be chosen later.
MEtIERc to fertilize them." hyarby declar that November when our 5000 miles was up 'and
\ .
FLORIDA PRESS Assocf,nON ',.!.. "Hotel rooms were where we hung 8 is sot aside' fer "Sadie Hawkins we had to'stop and change' our
NAIKNAL EDTORIAL ASSOOAJIOK1 '. Day." This Is ''fer the benefit of oil." ',' G. C.
wet 11.ts.and took showers. The Hodge-
191-1' \ ., .,
all old : '
maids : )
over eighteen.
] amount 'of sleep anyone had hardly t
wrinkled the sheets and depreciationon Thar will be all the trimmin'ssech "Do you, use tooth paste?",'." '

.................. pajamas was negligible." as the Sadie 'Hawkins Race What for? None of my teeth are I r '(Continued From Page 1)
:::: : : : : : : : : : ":":+:": :")':":":":": ,
Speaking of Bok Tower: "There with the Dogpatch String Band to loose. i' so 'well: ," said A. P. Spencer, vice-

I is a certain atmosphere of, ,sacredness play fer a few break-downs after- ,ji. :!'1 director of the Extension Service,'

RAMBLINGS. .: ,in this spot and the beautiful werds. 1Iiss'Neely: "Lester, aren't ;you: ftv 'paying a tribute to his work.

B. B. tower' and sanctuary that makes Available Jones will be availableon in the United States?" ,t .: *(:'JITh.Et deceased served the Glades-
'one involuntarily act as if enteringa this night an' the Dogpatch Lester: "Yes, physically; Moore':HID 'IEY area from August 1, 1937,
Haven mentally." .' '. :' ;': ,td March 1, 1940 when he
.. cathedral on Easter Sunday. General Store will be opin. resigned -
.... .. .
-w. : : )oiMwX.. ) or the Tamiami, Trail from Ft.' After you have got a man, thar Ed. Note-His current heart. his office: as county agent to

Myers ,to' Miami: "Occasionally a will be 'a special log so as you can throb lives" there. .enter;,, unsuccessfully. the race for
Viewing the film "Seeing 'Florida ': sheriff of Glades In the
:patch of something obscures the, woo him Dogpatch style. ,
," which was shown at last view*,to infinity." Ole Man Mose will !bjs, "" thar if he Mr. Turk says his face wouldntbe May ,.1940 Democratic primary.

"week's Kiwanis ,meeting brought "Ot.:'the, Seminole Indian camp: don't kick, the bucket. An' 'so will so shiny either if he could, "use" p, Survivors besides his- widow, son,

back vivid memories of the ,National -' "Incidentally, the Seminoles are Mammy Yokum, ,and all her family, Mrs. Bjornson's. powder -puff.-"' Phillip and sister,.Mrs. Himes, are:

Editorial Association's tour of still at war with Germany from the includin' Lil Abner. I I, three, daughters, ,Mrs.r J. M.., Gwinnof

Florida, and their visit to Clewis- alteration! 2( years ago. They de- We are expacting a big bunchso .I Billie Perry-Why give ,Mauryneall Tallahassee, Mrs.' 'Bruce Caswellof

ton. clared war' in 1917 in sympathywith be ta the school house Saturday the breaks-what does she have Panama City, Mrs. Merrill .Jones

Following the tour the editors the U. S. and nobody ever night,, week at 8:30 fer a lot of fun. i Ithat the rest of us don't' ? of Milledgeville, Ga.;. two brothers,

returned to 'their various home thought to .declare peace, They This is sound and bullet-proof. I I I I hear that Miss spends Lloyd Hodge and Brown Hodge of

towns and states' and wrote col- will have np; diplomatic problenis The Mayor of Dogpatch. I most of her spare time in't e. Library Brooklyn, N. Y, and two sisters,

lumns and columns of stories of when, as, and if the Great White reading. "How; long ;should, Mrs. Ed Brown of Live Oak and

Florida's beauty, climate; and .'hos- Chief in Washington decides to goo F. F., A. NEWS couples' be engaged before getting, Mrs. Jewel Brown of San Antonio.

pitality. Many of the editors sent town." married?" _,

us copies of their papers, and we' The Clewiston Chapter of F. F. .
After of the "
description Royal
enjoyed tremendously seeing ourselves A. held its regular meeting Monday : Subscription $2.00 Per Year
Palm, Club: "Getting up next morning -, Garden'.
as others see us. night. Business discussed was on

With nearly every state In the was as difficult I as, economy "in a chapter party. After the meet- A football game was played Monday
Washington, but it was 'worth it. I
Union represented, it seemed "queer ing' a program was given. SeveralF. between the 6th and 7th grades
Of Clewiston: "There is & FosterPAINT I
apparently Ehney
that our clipping file has nothing .. F. A. members who play in the Garden Clubs. The score was ,
enough fertile soil in this
in it from the huge state of Te as.. High School Band gave a selection \112-0 in favor of the 7th, grade. CONTRACTORS '
feed the whole nation.
region to
We have many clippings from Cali- of numbers. Songs were sung by j Five more games are yet to be Sprayer For Furniture Painting
The found the soil
sugar growers
fornia, Oregon and Washington, different members, and a good time played., Floor Sanding I
climate as.well the
adapted as
Idaho, Iowa, Pennsylvania, even the was enjoyed by all. I The,' sixth grade boys plan, to Phone 69 Free Estimates
Cuban-and regions so much
small states of; Rhode Island; Connecticut :Philip McLeod, Reporter. plant their ,garden in the shape "ofa
further south. The community is -
and Massachusetts, but star. The girl's plans have not
clean,- the sugar plant gigantic, the ,,':,
the Lone Star State Just didn't, FOOTBALL been completed.
locatiotel model and >
a every-
write, or didn't send us clippings. .'''thing'--geems' Tigers Defeated by Pompano 47-18 Carline, Berner, Reporter.i
I O. K. except the fact

that Washington in its great wisdom The Tigers returned home .
It was equal to a year's experi- restricts Friday 11TH GRADE NEWSTo J. M. COUSE
so' the sugar outputon night defeated but all in I
ence in journalism just to browse one piece. I '
through those various newspapers.We ( account of sugar agreements! ) Although they were defeated, they throw Sonny Vaughn out of II'I' 'ouii"*>loHTH.1| Aitnrney: at. Law
that the plant and the soil cannotdo played the best have the class
tried, knowing nothing about game they or not to throw Sonny Hopkins B'lilding

the sizes of the various towns, represented a thirtieth of what they might. ever played!' Vaughn out of the class is the!:I W'" In v 41:1.c"and' ,Saturdays-
Thisis: what is, known as democracy, The Pompano team has 24 question. i .
to size up the community mem- j! ; : <

-and incidentally, the 'newspaper. a la New' Deal.' bers and the. Tigers, only 10. So Well, he has disgraced us, hasn't j ,,,,!! 9SO--. to' 4OO'
"* 1I
It was not all fish on the i
You'd be surprised how much you far this season-until the Tigers I ,
noon meals. Here the 500 had a
played them-Pompano had 6
can find out by reading the pa- only ,

pers, or did Will Rogers say something beef barbecue as guests of the points, scored against them and the ,.':...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:............................................-..............:...............................................-..........................-..............:.....................
United States Sugar Corporation. Tigers scored three touchdowns I Ii
like that? Then we tried lo ..
compare our own efforts with thoseof It was' here that a negro against them. I
chorus sang-and well, too- =i= Our
various editors. We were happyto sang The Tiger line-up was: Center, Bowling Alleys
a group of spirituals that included '.' .'.
find that we are at least in the Perry; right end Waldron; left

medium class-that is, not as good :"That Great Gittin', Up Morning" end, Westbury;, right half, Bur- :;: Are 'Now Open for The Season *

as the best, nor as bad as the worst. 'a selection distinctly appreciated by kett; left half, Cantrell;; and full- ''

'* '* i tourists who had been doing wellto back, Martinez. Hooker, Perry'-,and 3.TOURNAMENT t. PLAY STARTS SOON :%:
get to their 'rooms in time fora :
Martinez made the three touch-
Our personal award for the story i shower and shave and breakfast." 'i' 15 cents a line ,for both duck-pins and ten-pins. A :.t.:

'of the trip goes to the + .* "And ends this of downs for the Tigers. ::: cash prize for high score, in each, every week. .ii :.,
Mass. Wakefield'i so Saga After the game they ate at Mor :
Daily Item. It I
!the Uthland-"Gone With the risons Cafeteria in West Palm
"Gone With the Bus," and subtitled Bus" i-iSHORTY'S BOWLING ALLEYS
"A Story Margaret Mitchell Beach, attended the Palm Beach-
"Home again to good, old New Lakeland and then returned
lidn't Write of the Yankee Invas- game ::: J. B. ALDERMAN, Mgr. ::
England, to help the dry cleaners home. '

National ion of the Editorial South, a Saga of the I land' laundries pay off their respective -( Burkett and Westbury will be off .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:.
(and Eating) I mortgages
Association's ,__and as a famous the I squad for the next month reducing -
Unsuccessful -
Battle to
'I character in literature,-Dr. Pepys, oily team to only members..
the Florida' of Orange
Supply :wrote in his diary-And _So to Bed. I Friday the Tigers play at Jiipi-I nEW
Juice, Fish and Chambers
Announcing'a OVERniGHT
Commerce Circulars." of'l At last! ter. Even though the team is short,
confident will win this
With that we are they
promising beginningwe We knew shouldn't have stait-
I I' we !
felt we must read every word game.'l SLEEPinG CAR
\( Barnard Leiter.
of the two full newspaper page i col-umn I

I we chose one story and stuck' to It. 7TH GRADE NEWS (BUFFET-LOUNGE WITH 8 SECTIONS)

The editors were ,deeply appreciative -I

of their splendid entertainment, There were s.9me.surprises. Wednesday betweenJacksondiIIe -

here, in Clewiston and over the when report cards were

Good FarmLand state.: Their stories are full of given out. All of' them_ weren't and Clewiston

references to the fact that Florida's pleasant ones.Percentage .

climate isn't her only resource- seems very hard for effective *.

that the friendliness of the peopleis several of our Math. students. "We

a material asset. Their stories suggest they'study harder." from Jacksonville Nov. 2nd-from Clewiston Nov. 3rd ,

show a real understanding of the Charles Benbow, Reporter. '
sugar problem, and 'many of them D AI I L Y 10:30 pm Lv. Jacksonville Ar. 6:45am .

for Rent have written editorials on the subject 8TH GRADE NEWSWe SCHEDULE 5:45 am Lv. Haines City Ar. 9:40: pm

6:13 am Ar. Lake Wales Lv. 8:55: pm
are to lose the ,- Ar. Lv. 8:05
very sorry 7:00 am Sebring pm .
Elkins boys from our school. James ; 8:07 am Ar. Palmdale Lv. 6:55 pm
Perhaps some day we'll returnto
colum'n. Ferney was in the eighth grade. 8:31 am Ar. Moore Haven Lv. '6:28pm6:00pm
the clippings for another .
They have gone to Texas where 9:00 am Ar. CLEWISTON Lv. -
There:s material there for many.
their father has accepted a position.We .

are: glad to have Mamie Trice Sleeper open for occupancy at ,10:00 pm.:
TrespassersWill --. s I back with us after having recovered SERVES THE "RIDGE SECTION" of FLORIDAThis .
from a recent illness. / '
The Fire Department's bowling Lawrence Guthrie, Reporter. .new sleeping car is handled between Jackson-
Be team came- out second best in a I
--=-- ville and Haines City by the HAVANA SPECIAL
practice match with the newly or
ProsecutedCleviston ganized Commissary team Thursday OFFICE NEWS which carries a through sleeping car between Sara-

night when, the storekeepers came It has been noted on school rec- sota-Tampa and New York. Passengers enroute k

back after dropping the first gameto ords that there is an increase ,in I "The
from Clewiston and points on Ridge" may
take the last two for the match. enrollment over-hist year.

The match was played on Shorty's The first month of last year the make car-to-car transfer at Jacksonville for points

Bowling Alleys. ; enrollment was 307. Second "mouth NORTH via the HAVANA SPECIAL. Also con-

Playing for the Commissarywere there were 309. This year there nections for the WEST via the DIXIE LIMITED

: Olin Waters, Junior\ Waters, were 311 in the first month and .

Realty And Fred Hager, Billy Neu, L. L. Grif- 318 the second. The decided increase and FLAMINGO.

fin, Martin v Oliver and Ray Bass. is in Junior High.Mauryne "U', For information and reservations consult J
For the fire-fighters were Jimmy Prewitt.
, DevelopmentCorporation Weaver, L. C. Rosenberg, Sandy W. W. PERRY -A. C._L. Ticket Agent-Phone 85PAGE

Bell, A. C. Carlton,! Dick Crawford 9TII GRADE NEWS

.. and John Perry. Tut, tut! What has come intoJ. ..

Other teams are being organized M.? He keeps visiting a cer- a II II

and tournament play' is expected to tain girl in the 9th1 grade. He

start soon. : couldn't by any chance be trying


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i ................................ .. -- beauti- A new industry for Martin County cil Bluff, Iowa; Wheeler and and W% of
: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : tropolitan areas displayed NW% and NW& of
I announced in the last issueof Anson Wheeler her husband, Battle NEtf and SE V of SEr all In
I fully packed boxes Nof what to all I was Creek. Michigan; Wheelerand Section 9; and All Section 10
; j Too Late To Classify the Stuart News. Frank Lib- Euphemia A. Wheeler, his wife, and All of Section 12; and All of:
llj appearances was the choicest or- ,erty, experienced and successful Battle Creek, Michigan; Dodge Section! 17; and SW% of NE%
and Daniel, E. Dodge, her husband and SE% of NE% and, SW
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I ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..: :. anges too bright and grapefruit.and shiny, their They color were I flower has begun grower the of commercial Springfield: grow-Ohio, Chicago Elvira Princess, Illinois;Avery, his Avery wife Gal-and NE'/i of SE'/i of SE and% NW and%SE-of NEtf of NE of%

looked esburg, Illinois; McQuillenand .. SE% and NEU of NE ,4 of SE
Not long ago, at the Invitation off was perfect and they so ing of asters Mere for the whole- Francis :McQuillen, his wife, 7305 and' SW% of SEM and NW% of%

an enterprising dealer I attendeda GOOD that the housewife just sale markets of the north. Vincelnnes Avenue, Chicago, Illinois SE# and W% of NWV and SE"
f ; Bushey and R. L. Bushey of SE% and E
couldn't resist them. The price of SW% ot
1942 models of
of the
showing her husband, Castlewood, South Section 21 andV% and NE%
a popular make of motor car. was high, but she visioned the I'I' Dakota; Edmonds .and Thos.F. and SE% In Section 29; and W% ,
I Carrying Lake County's name on Edmonds, her husband' 1903 15th of NW% and NE
health value of Florida oranges and % of SE% and
Mounted on a velvet-lined turntable a banner, the first carload of Sea Street, N. W., Washington D. C.; NW2,4 .;
the 'newest and latest in the, her mouth watered at the thoughtof I Leesburg recently. Chynoweth. and Benj. F. 'a dV4WNESWy, and SWSE of ..
left -
Island cotton Chynoweth, her husband, Houghton, NE% and\
awaited in- juicy, delicious grapefruit for SE& of NE% of Sec
automobile field my I I: The car carried 64 bales and Michigan; Tyler and J. Ed tion 33, All In Township 48
spection.The breakfast. She took it for granted Tyler her husband The Matlon No. South Range 34 East Hendry
I that the fruit would be good to 30 of these were first grade. Ginning 5 H W, N. W., Washington, D. C.; County Florida,
models were beautiful. Their was done at the Roberts; gin Clark and Fred R. Clark, her and to have the
be-for right of
eat-why shouldn't it the several
appeal from every standpoint was on the Seaboard Railway east of husband. Patzwald Birmingham and Alabama; OttoA. defendants In and to the several and
Florida had been advertisingher Patzwald
so effectively presented that you years the city. The staple went to North his wife, if alive, and if they or respective owned parcels and tracts of land
delicious or claimed
tree-ripened, juicy, by or In and to
just couldn't help but want one. Carolina. cither of them be dead, all parties which the said defendants
ads further claiming Interests under the said defendants respectively -
fruit, and these assur- : assert
Eager salesmen explained each new or either of them so deceased a right of redemption, completely *
ed her that. the State itself saw foreclosed and barred, and.
feature enthusiastically.. Several : Williams and D. therefore
to it that no fruit left Florida until NOTICE OF INTENTION TO H. 'Williams her husband if alive, hereby you and each of you, are
I required
persons placed orders. No one and if either to'file with the
NAME they
had REGISTER FICTITIOUS or of them be dead Clerk of
RIPE. They a
it special : Court
was your written

all parties appearance
bothered to look under the hood or Interests under
Commission. appointed by the' the said defendants (personally, or by attorney).
or either of themso
pry into the mechanism. The car ITO WHOM IT :MAY CONCERN: deceased. in said suit on Monday, the 1st day
Governor to insure that. Every Notice is hereby given that the undersigned of December .A. D. 1941 being the
carried the .name of a reputable box carefully Inspected; all I under the provisions of You and each of you' are hereby first :Monday and Rule Day in said
manufacturer and because of that was [Chapter 20,953, Laws "Florida, Acts notified that a suit In Chancery has month, and thereafter file with said
fruit checked for, sugar and with the Clerkof been brought against in the Clerk
was of 1941. will register you your written defenses. If
carried any.
name and the reputation it, juice content-and certainly any II the Circuit Court in and for Hen- Circuit Court for Hendry County, to the bill of complaint In said suit
I the purchaser KNEW that the unseen dry County, Florida upon receipt of Florida by George W. Whitehurst for at the time prescribed by law, or a
features representedand thing bearing the fair name of proof of publication of this notice, the purpose of requiring the defen- decree will be entered against YOU
were as
FLORIDA would have to be good. I the fictitious name, to-wit: : dants to redeem the hereinafter described and each and all of you by default.
that the car, would perform 'lands from the lien of taxes
It is
But what does the trusting housewife I Blue Chip Bar and tax: sales described in the bill of be hereby ordered that this notice
I perfectly. I t. under which we are engaged in busi- complaint, or be barred and fore- published once a week for four
? When
find consecutive
Suppose that while every visible ness at Clewiston, Florida. That the closed of all right, title and Interest News- weeks In the Clewlatoa
prepare her beautiful fruit for parties interested In said business are therein, to-wit: a newspaper ,having general

part-the'' body, upholstry trim breakfast she finds that inside of as follows: NW% and W% of SE% and circulation in Hendry. County, Flor-

paint job-were of finest. quality, that appealing outer, artificially ELMER'WILLIAM W. I WHITFIELD* PERRY SW% and W% of NE U4 and SE% ida.WITNESS my hand and seal of said.

but everything Invisible :was cheap City of Clewiston, County of Hen-' of NE% and NE% of NE% 'of Court at LaBelle, Henffry County.
colored skin, Is nothing but a mess Section 5 and
; WH of W% of Florida this 30th
day of October
and of lowest quality, and when dry, Florida, October 23, 1941. SEM of NW A
of half dry; bitter meat and abouta No. 282--Oct. 31, Nov. 71421. % and EVj of W% of D. 1941.
the purchaser tried to drive it the SEVi of NW% and W% of W% (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,
teaspoon full of quinineflavoredjuice. of NEVI of NWH and E% of EH Clerk Circuit. Court, Hendry
motor would knock the transmis- She realizes that she Is of NE i of NW. % and W'of County, Florida.

sion growl and groan and as far sucker What she 'IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND SE% of NE% and 'WH of SWV4 No. 284-oct. 31, Nov. 71421.
and a sap.
a .
concerned bright ------- -
as utility was
thinks of Florida printed. IDA.GEORGE.

be new a, total beautiful loss. car turned J out to It will 'be a long' day before W. WHITEHURST, !of........;..X..X:..X..X........XMIMX..X..XMXMX..X..I..X.XK.....>X..X.....XMX..XK..X..XIX .A.

she lets herself in for another raw Complainant. .

Do you think that after such an deal like that. FLORIDADon'tsay vs.CARROLL ::: -1
experience a customer would go FLORIDA to her, brother! ,
back to'that dealer and buy
Each year we permit the selfishness Defendants. .:.
another car of the same make? ORDER OF PUBLICATION. .:.
few ruthless
and greed a
Would YOU? Would such a disgruntled i
operators to' ruin the market, To the defendants herein: ..

customer recommend the cast a reflection on. the whole cit Carroll and :Mary Lee Carroll, his wife, *
product to his friends? Would he c/o Brune, Parker, Carey & Gans;
still the ..
and worse '
rus industry .
Baltimore :Maryland: Pierce, V
be impressed by future advertising ,..
any integrity and honesty of the State and Robert Pierce, her husband, TO- t
of that car or have any itself. We have laws-books full peka, Kansas; Campbell, andC. !
confidence in any statements the P. Campbell her husband Owosso,
of them; we have inspectors, Michigan; Wood and D. O. I.-
manufacturer might. make? droves of them. And still we continue -I Wood, her husband, 307 Osage Street, : 'TKiBOOX
This month Florida put her new I :Manhattan, Kansas; Rehm, DOCS NOt REST
I to ship worthless, lousy, green I' and E. N. Rehm,. her husband, 353 W. 's'x '.
models on the market.. Fruit fruit that even a hog wouldn't eat 29th Street, Chicago, Illinois; MIND '
stands and grocery stores in me. Furness, and Alfred A. Furness, her .-
..-and think It's SMART.I I husband 938 N. Lawler Avenue, Chicago ..l..
Illinois Bartels and .:.
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still contend no more :
Charles A. Bartels, her husband, 4746
profitable way could be foulld'to Virginia Avenue, Chicago, Illinois; .t. YM -
Hinman and Richard F. Hin- nMf .w d't.
CLEWISTON spend the advertising fund of the .
man, her husband, Chicago Illinois; .t..
TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP Florida Citrus Commission than to Kammer and Joseph Kam- .. < :

carry a full page in every paper mer. .her_ husband!_ 1630_Cov ntI2.Rd, ::

Anything in Plumbing Fixtures published where such fruit -is shipped -!i widow Cleveland, and Ohio all; persons Mrs. Francis claiming'Korns interests -, :;: .,

Prompt, Efficient Service warning people NOT to bud under F. R. Korns, deceased, ; \..r. (Explanation Six
: as heirs devisees, legatees, grantees ;! on Page )
Florida fruit regardless of how attractive i f
or otherwise, in the WVs of SWV4 of -
PETER CHRISTENSEN, Mgr. it. may 'appear, because It I Section 9, Township 46 South Range } .,. .
34 East the place of residence and Il
is green: and bitter, and not fit post office address of the said :Mrs. I :{ ,:y', .. r.. N'' ... --tt..I.

.4W t ''I'f: ; to eat. Francis Korns being Spirit Lake, I i } v
Iowa; Lemper' and Florence I .
If regulation and inspection and :: : -:
Lester Lemper, his wife, 2546 Broadway .:
law can't control this evil, let'i Dubuque, Iowa; Ban-

at least be honest and make some nister and :Millard F. Bannister her .:;:, You're exercising good judgment
husband East Des Moines, Iowa; ,
effort to protect the good name of Jennie L. Sorber, widow, and all per- when you save day. For
every pay a
Florida. Such advertising would sons claiming interests under M. P.
.Sorber,'.deceased, as his unknown i:: rainy fund-an '
be so startling and so impressiveit (i heirs, devisees, grantees, legatees, or ; day opportunity fund-

would make millions of friends I other claimants, or otherwise, in and i
I to the SE% of SE% of Section 9. :: on how much you can set aside and
for the. State and for Florida .fruit.A Township 46 South Range 34 East,

L491t44 few selfish, greedy operators the post office, address of the saidJennie open an account tomorrow. Your account
L. Sorber being Wilkmsburg
wouldn't like such a program. But Pennsylvania;' Bodine and ,. :;: insured up to $5000.N1MIilHil.
4tit1t everybody else would, and we N. :M. Bodine, her husband, El Reno, :
Oklahoma; Regal and AlbertF. y
wouldn't have to do it more than -
Regal, her husband Taconite, MInnesota y
kfEp44Maa one or two seasons to insure the ; --- Gadd and J. S. ?
Gadd, her husband Alurena Kansas;
shipment of only GOOD fruit. Becker and Sopia Becker, his

1(1a On the other hand-what the wife, Chicago, Illinois; An- t
ol4eaLM derson and Carl Anderson, her husband .
heck-we'll be shipping FROZEN Honolulu, T. H.; J. :M. Andersonand ?.l'

fruit in all probability later in the Ola Anderson, his wife, Hono- ?
; lulu T. H.; Heren and C. L. ?
season! Heren, her husband, Custer, Montana: y ?
Day and I. E. Day, her husband X
I Medora Illinois; Gill
I II Thunder never, has been heard and Benj Gill her husband Colorado
FREE Send for NEW booklet, containing Springs, Colorado' Hawkinsand
I '. dozens of bright ideas to improve unmistakably more than about 20 G. R Hawkins, her husband.Dam'ille. J
\ your baking. Address: RumfordI" Illinois Crawfordand .

Baking Powder, Box T. Rumford. R. I. miles from the lightning flash. E. Crawford; her husband Coun- :....... .......................................... .. ..
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:.:.H..X"H..K.......*X"H..X"......XNOTICE A..:........... .:.....A.:.:..,.................:............ ......:........:...................:.:....:. J"j of Chapter 1941 20,953 will register, Lawsof with Florida the Clerk Acts REGISTER NOTICE OF FICTITIOUS INTENTION NAME TO dry proof County of publication. Florida,of 1.i'P this-notice receipt" the of

I of the Circuit Court; Inand for Hen- : :'.' -:- fictitious name to-wit:
: tls men.ts : I dry County Florida upon recelpj* of Ben Franklin Store
1 :
t-L'e" this'notice the
: proof of publication of Notice Is that the under which I am engaged In business
hereby given undersigned -
,1 ., .- .. fictitious name to-wlt: 'at That the
g,. ". ,,, \ 0 i(I' Clewiston. .- under the provisions of Clewiston. Florida. la
Lunchlunder' party Interested in said business
Chapter 20.953 Eaws 'of' Florida; Acts .

.;..;_..;....;............d......".-.-.:.."-...,..._-...-:._-_.:?..._-_-...-.................:....NNNNNNNNN. W"WWWW'---NNMHL,:..;,.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:NNN:..::% I at .Clewiston.which, I am That engaged the party in business Interested of of the 1941'r;Circuit will register Court- In with and the for Clerk Hen- as, follows: ELIJERTA* .. AVHIDDEN -

; '. L;I I in said business "is as. ,,fallows; I City "of JtCl ,hltQn"' pouJ1ty.of Hen-
/ \ i1iiie' .t'b vote ih the election. "The: dry. County;. Florida, upon receipt of =
'I\TI q REWIS 1941.
OK be filed with the Boardof MABEL ? proof "publication of this notice; the dry; Florida.. October 24, _
A? E'I. Petition must City of Clewiston1 County of Hen-
No. 281'-Oct. '24-31, Nov. 7-14.
REGISTER. F.ICTTIOUfTO .., Public Instruc.ti .n/ .Hendry Cc;>un-. dry, Florida.October 4... 1941.. .. I fictitious name. to-wit: '-
k r at"least 30 days' priorto Beardsley'insurance Agencyunder '
ty Florida, 2 78-0c: t. 10-17-24-31. oFf. _
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: holding' of'.ue; ,'",election;. ,.,#n "the, which I' am engaged In businessat NOTICE INTENTION
Notice |Is, hereby given .thati the undersigned date above set out. 1, .'-. ,.,, Clewjston. That theparty interested REGISTER' << FICTITIOUS'' .- > NAME.
-AT3 ;
under "provisJons ol THE BOARD OF 'PUBLIC'INSTRUCTION '"' In Stld, Business, is. as, (0110'.Y. : .y.-j-j- ; j
with ,the Clerk REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME City of of- Hen- Notice' hereby given that' the un-
will-register ; : :: : ClewistoTuiiCourrty
of 1941, for.Hen- F.LORIDA. .f' "_ .". ..., .. .. .'. .-., dersigned.. under thei., provIsions of
of the Circuit Courtc Jn and ,By A. 'q.- WARD, "CIi lrman. I I rJ' ) J dry Florida* October 4. 1941. ,
Chapter Acts
receJpUofproof I' 20,953 Laws of Florida ,
dry; County.publication Florida,of upon this,; notice* !the Attest '" ,,.. ., ,. -,: 'jj 'm TO WHOM IT MAY"'CONCERN: 2J2 Oct.1, 10172431._ ,. of 1941 will register with the Clerkof

of to-wit:, ... C. E. WAVER Public -NotlcarJs heTeby.igiven that,!the undersigned : the -Circuit: Court; In; andfor Hen-
fictitious name Shop f ; jShorties''llarce super'Inteodentof the Instruction Board I under the,_ provisions of I NOTICE: 'OF INTENTION"TO; dry,County., .Florida, upon receipt..of

under af'\Cle'st.m Which1.T; ': stn:., ..Flotid engaged That in business the- ;Ex-orflcior'.Secretary''of: 't::.;;.{!.::. 192r,;._ O tpg:' 17, .1,*"31", .lof Chapter'1941;."_20.953 will: register, Lf.ws'o wlth..theI"Clerk( Florida; ; :'Acts, I REGISTER' : Zia :FICTITIOUS- -- :: ,NAMEs _I proof fictitious publication, \.name;., to1-i w.ltt.--"6f this.-'!notice"'.-. the'. i

intcr ?., in s l loA'.buBfnega= ,Is, i i or'the Circuit Court, in and for Hen- Harlem Refreshment, Shop
o.1 .
party \ ? TO WHOM IT MA"?; CONCERN: '
receipt 'of under which I- In businessat
: l dry 'County. am engaged
: upon
as -, 'T, C'MUSGRA"E"' NOTICE !I,proof. of. publication of this. notice,. Notice 'is, hereby given'' that- the undersigned ] Clewipton-; Flotida.Harlem..Negro
; Hen- rFrICXIT/Oy.S/'JiAME': the' niliri'C--'to-wf; ( :"" v"r"' under. the: : .provisions of Quarters., .That: the. .party. ..nter sted.
City '6f le 'O lft!bro1. n1941..\f '*?. u-'. 't .Ar.?-... -." !: .? ?' I I I'T Clevyistonr fictitious Fish.Company Chapter,.'20.953' ,,|..aw0 of F,19l'iqa. Acts, in said 'business Is as follows: "
Flor dt. ; t '
dry. 10; ; 2,4.sir .- c'l TO 'WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: I(I under wh I<:h"'I am engaged Jn business of 1941. will register"'with the' Clerk ', ; '.GERTRUDE,_JONES;
oct. ; .. 17. : -Noticel8jhereby jgjven thnttbe un- (at Clewiston. That the-party. interested of the Circuit Court,. in'tiand--for"Hen* ''City of tple.wis.tofw County, of Hen-
''d'ersigned under the .provisions o& in said business is as follows: dry County Florida, upon receipt, of dry, Florida;' October 16.;, 1941.
.. ... Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida,,)'Acts JOE; ;GRIFFIN'..-' ,> proof publication')' of this' notice-' the No. 280MDct.243U Nov.. 7*14. r, '
NOTICEOP INTENTION. TO of. 19,41 will register; with theClerkof"the % I I, City bT' Clewiston; County of Hen- "fictitious name ibvfit: .J, ." .
\ \)
REGISTER. FICTfTIOJJS[ .NAME? : Circuit Court;;"in and" for, Hen- dry- Florida] ;f'Gctober 4; 1941., Lake,:I:?rugompaJY INTHE CIRCUIT"COURT- IN AND
which we are engaged In busi-
.., dry CoUnty.VFloHda upon 273-Oct. 10-17-24-31., ', FOR HENDRY COUNTY, 'FLOR-
&NCERN7 proof of':, publication f' this ness at CleWisto'n. Fla.: That the par- *
2 I'
MAY1 : IDA.'
ir? 'i ?
; --i1f"i Ki
IT "
WHOM ties' Interested
TO ; Jji said businessare}
that the undersigned the-fictitious name toowltl. "T/ce"1 I I '
Notice ,la:', underr'the.pro.hereby, given visions, .of '-.The-.Tbggery: :'Shop. 't. ? ; NOTICE--OP' INTENTION .' TO"- "'1 as':follqvs 1 MINA': H. JVinLACK. GEORGE W. WHITEHURST,

Chapter, ;20.90>3. l:; .ws;,-of Florida; the ?Clerk Acts, ness under at t w;ciewlstop ichI4'ar4engaged;; ,:Florida, That.In the-:I I REGISTER, FICTITIOUS .NAME ,(J. O. '. VCKuli ', -vs.JJ Complainant
of 1941vilI'; register with interested itt I City of CIewlstqn Cpunty of Hen-
6didjT1busines3"ls.as'folldws rjOINED
of the'Circuit-Wrt.rin? ;anti"fo'r'Hettdry ,patty "'"; TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: dry Florida October7 &r' 1941. .8 CARROLL BY HIS
County"Tlorlda; upon" receipt qt' ., .,. VlRUTH: : \ B;' OWENS'; t', ;/:1: 'Notice;IS', h rp.o'.1"glv' n that: the un- I 2J7 -Oct. 10172431.; ; WIFE" -" .:MARY LEE CARROLL, et .a.l\

proof of'publicatibi\;of' thltf"Aqtlc.e/!. .., City' of 'Clewiston. County of Hen- I!dergigned: under; the: provisions of : ORDER DeXendants. '
fictitious; ""name. to-wit:. .. Chapter : LawS" 'of.' Florida,' 'Acta OF"PUBLICATIONTHE
> -: f dry Florida. ,October 1,,,1941.4"r. .. STATE ,
Bar.1under 'I : : OF.- FI.ORIDAr'"To ;
ClewIs ton Oct.' 3. ; f-r: -' I.of 1941 ,w1l1. regIst r- with the.Clerk NOTICEr""OF 'IXTEI TION" TOREGISTERjF.ICT.ITJjMIS .3
which I am engaged In business loriT. -.. of-the;; Circuit'CourCiin and\ th0 J. .flefenda.ntst,. The Florida
ofr.'Road'i5': Jit ''Clewiston. That -' "' I:dry' County, -. Florida iupon receipt;: of ; [ nAI3. .State' Drainage Land Company a Colo-
the party"'interested; ihjKsdld.busSneS3; "of of -'this' notice,.: jrado Corporation.andall 'unknown
-- "" :proof publication l ; : ? TO WHOM IT' ttA'Y" CONCERN: .
is as follows! CHAGARIS 'i i': NOTICE OF' I NTE8TIri the'" fictitious ,name to-'fitJ ;'* t.oticetsy'hereby'given. ; hat, : the undersigned |persons)rnd -r-; or parties from said'daiminer( corporation throughor i in'the
REOfSTERvFICTITIOUS ., NAME American Res'ta'iirant' I ,., under.i the, ..provisions of
: herein'
iston Coupty of Hen- land's described ;to-.wit'All
City of -Qles ; In business ,
? : "VI .i.. \ -';' under rwhich l'-8m..engaged Chapter 20,953Laws bf' Flc-rida. "Acta.of .
.:r / :
I :
+actober Section
Florida j :11941.1; lQ? 12rjrownship!
dry .. .. I at'Clewiston' Fla. That the party interested '1941J will register yflthhe Clerk ;
Oct. 3. 10 17 24,. ,,31., I TO WHOM IT MAY' CONCERN: >.isaid business laas ..follows( :. of' then Circuit Court ,:In, and for: H Range glades' 34 Land East Company and- The 'Flqrlda.Ever-'Colorado'
is given that the un .-l" -,'AIPVYNN'T'r' rV.'City ;'of
Notice :; hereby : dry County, Florida, upon receipt 'allc,
Corporation;' and J unknownPer-
Oie'"prbVIsT6ris of i of t tllewlstori'"County1 of Hen- ;
dersigned"under" ;
proofof publication" of thls;,, sonar; claiming
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ,Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida. Acts I dry Florida, October "'4.: 1J41. the fictjfious' .name,...to-wit:.; under, -or .from'' said corporation through, or In
REGISTER. .FICTITIOUSAMENotice : will ''register-.wlth Clerkof 272-Oct. ,
of 1941.- 10172431. r r ,Clewis ton Appliance Store' the lands described
the Circuit Court In and for Hen- under .which' we: rare engaged :1\otJce.J herein.itowlt:
W& of SEU of Section 5, Township
is hereby given that the undersigned dry County Florida upon receipt of :: TEXTIO'X' ness atujClewfston\lorida. 4$.-.South,r Range "';34 East;, and The
under the provisions of proof of publication of this-, notice I NOTICB" 'OR -TO parties interested-)iff !said 'b usin Scott. ..Estate.Company .a lImited lia-
Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida, Acts the fictitious name, to-wit: REf 'STERj,.EICTITJO.UIS.1IVAMETO : ) as. ,follows----- n -:'t?" ""t ---.,- "..- l,1 1 bility Company"of Kansas 'City, :Mis-
of 1941 will register with the;Clerk'. "burner's Beauty. Shop; 'I'J< ,t" E. M. CORNETTE I souri, 'arid all unknown persons, '. or
Court In and for Hen- under which I am engaged in busi- I BI. -WniGHT
of the,; Circuit WHOM IT MAYCONCERN: parties ,claimingtbrough or .under.
Florida; upon'receipt of ness at Clewiston, Florida. That the City of Clewlston oCdunty of Hen- I. i -
dry County Notice is that the undersigned or -::from said Company'Jn the lands
hereby given
proof of publication of this, notice. [party interested in said business is of dry .Florlda" Qctober 14, JL941. described herein.towit.WJ of ,
,._under the' provisions \ "" ; /> NW4
the fictitious name to-wit. : I as follows: Chapter 20.953, ,iL'aws'iOf"' !; FloridaActs Oct..- 17-24-31. Nov. :7." 'I of Section :,;33r Township :.46. South;
Royals. of 1941 will" with] the' Clerk '- T Range.. ,34 rEast, Hendry Florida ';
engaged in businessat City of. Clewiston, County of Hen- register J! ; ; County
under which I am -j"
Hen- ,
of the" Circuit Court. In' and-tor' .:
Clewiston Florida. That the party I 1 dry Florida, October 1, 1941. ;You and each of 'you and all' parties
County; upon"receipt;
business Is follows Oct. 3 10, 17. 24, 31. dry Florida NOTICE OF INTENTION TOREGSTER
said as ,
interested In proof of publication or.this' notice'. ; I I claiming,)interests! .under ,,or from you;"
,.FICTJTIOU.Sf: : ,.> i
: I the fictitious name, to-wit: t. orr ei ther' of you or' otherwise. ; 'the

G. L. ROYAL of Hen- -.. . .-.. Nail's Liquor''Store 'JJ TO WHOM IT 'JfAY CONCERN: lands t described. _1n.;:.. this'.--order are,
City of ClewIs ton. ,County I under:which 'we aje"engaged In business (I[hereby notified..that asuit, has beeninstituted
dry Florida, October 1, 1941. NOTICE OF' INTENTION TO :-Notice- iSihereby; ,gjven that,tbe,, un- in
Oct. 3; 10, 17. 24, 31. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME at rrC1 wisto That ,the parties dersigned, under' the ''provisions ofChapter.:20.953Laws.'of I the'above'styled'court.
aboyef ,
fol- by,' tha named. complainant to'
TO I/JT'/MAY CONCERN> : Interested ln'saldbusiness' I : as_ 'Florida,: Acts >
} "
; :
"VHm require you and, each, of ,you to ,exer-
of :194-1" will with
regl lster .thq Clerk
-,- lows'D.'E.: ; r : f ; \ ,
J NALL9R.A2iNlE cjse.i your tight 'redemption In and
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned ot, 'Circult'CUrtl .f1 an? for Hen- Ito the-.following'-describedHlahds. from
-- B..NAL dry County Florida .receipt'.:'ct.
; upon
under the provisions of certain tax liens and tax sales described
South Clewiston.. HerCdry: County, proof. f...publication of. this, -
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That Chapter 20.95.3.-Laws of Florida Acts Florida, October, ,1941. ., x> notice in the bill 'of complaint filedin
the regular Biennial School District' of',1941, ,. wiUregi3ter: with the Clerk 270-- Oct 10:17-24-31. -; theffctitious''Tiame.; towftThecTindale" : -. this cause, to-wit:
will held on the-first In and 'for Hen- ; -: Store and .Cafe '
Elections Abe of'; the;: Circuit Court All Sections 1T( and 12; W% of
after the first Monday In:: lorlda. receipt of under-which we. In busi-
Tuesday dry County upon "'That'the'parties SE V of Section; ).Vlh- ,of NW%
A. D. 1941 being the 4th;: of this 'notice ness at :Harlem; interested '
November proof of publication NOTICEOF INTENTION TOREGISTER of;, Section. 33 all Township 4S
day of November. A. D., 1941. Said. the fictitious"*name, to-wit: In 'said business"::arej as;fo1i. South, ''Range '34 East; :Hendry
:Election is for the purpose of electing -, Sugarland. Service Station andCabins "f lows: : : frJ. : icTI; ,:DALE: i i. ,. County, Florida
for each Special "- I :
three (3) and i t further appearing that service
Tax School District In Hendry under which I am engaged In business TO 'WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: MRS. VIOLA .TI DALE of process cannot be had upon you
bounty:: Florida, and for the further' at ,Clewiston,. Florida. That the Notice is hereby given that the un- City of Qlewis\pn, County .of Hen- under the. .laws of the State of .Florida -
purpose of. either favoring the''mill- party Interested said business 'Is dersigned:*. under the provisions of dryFlorida, : October' 14--" 1941.: I ,-- except by order of 'publication
:: ;
:age estimated by the Board of Pub- as follows: Chapter 2Q.953'Laws'. of Florida;; Acts] Oct 17-24-31 Ndv. -7, and relief being sought in said cause
lic Instruction or setting a different G. E. ETHERTON of 194i; will register1 witlT the Clerk: !against you to require you to exer-
mlllage. City of Clewiston. County, of Hen- of 'th \'Circuit Court; "In and'for Hen- I .., cise, your, rights of, redemption .in ,and
All ,qualified electors residing "withIn -, dry.-..Florida i. .October 4, 1941. dry County, Florida upon"receipt 'of NOTICE 'INTENTION TO' to the apoveJdescribe'dlands.: or be
any School District In,, .Hendry 276-Oct.. '.lQtl7-2431. proof '"of' publication "of "this"hotice;: REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME I forever N barred and'-''foreclosed' of all
''County Florida whose voting regis the, fictitious name',7'to-wlt; : --- : !"" rights of ..redemptiontherein
tration is within the particular Spec- Johnsons Fishing Camp TO WHdlIf''iT( ..MAY1CONCERWi'. !I' THIS ISr --.THEREFORE.require'
ial Tax School District. and who pays NOTICE OF INTENTION under-which'Iam'. engaged' in businessat ;'Notlfce' ls hereby glveri' .th t"the undersigned '! y'oii'and each."of? you, and alL persons,,
a. tax on eitherreal''orrpersonai: prop- *'< REGISTER, :J\ICTITtOJJSNA.ME, jClewJston..' 'T1 at. the 'party .interested under the provisions >of claiming interests ,under or from,you
s'as follows, : Chapter 20,953, Laws ,of Florida,. ,Acts or, either offiyou' -or ..otherwSeto be
,to vote In said, election. in, his Wm. Ili: JOHNSON' "" .' of, 1941" will ore'glster :With the Clerk and' appear' to the 'said bin .of complaint -
or her' district. --- TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: City of ''Clewiston.-" County "of 'Hen- : of. the- Circuit Court, in and for Hen:, on orbefore_. Monday, the 1st
Trustees must''be nominated by Petition -. -Notice-is: hereby given that ,the undersigned dry Florid;'-'October "4,. .1941., dry GountYr Florida, upon receipt., of. day_ of : Pecember ..A. D. 1941, ;and
'of five (5) or more persona under rthe provisions of 271-:...Oct... '10-l7-24-3i, ..:, proof of publication this notice,-the thereafter-. file your' written defenses
.. '- - I fictitious 'name.: .''" to-wit:'" ;"" with the .Clerk.of 'said. Court:
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Texaco Service Station in .default of "which, the allegationsof
under which we are engaged In the bill 'of complaint will be takenas
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.. -- is ordered that this noticebe
YYH R. C. NOAVLING Jt hereby
V '. ... .... .. :.vX: :' L., L.' SHIRLEY published once a week for four
':. City of Clewiston, 'County of Hen- consecutive, weeks In the Clewiston
i'' ,dry, Florida"r October' --221941. .', Ne-,ys, a newspaper having general
1 No/285 714. circulation. in 'Hendry County Florida.
$.:I -O.ct. 24T31; <
'-' WITNESS my hand and seal of said
.. ENJOYAN .*. I _
.AA < Court at .LaBelle Hendry County
;::::: :-. :::..i..I 1.I\ NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Florida, this 31st day of October A.
,. '
....:. ,1 '. .i..i. -r (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL,
.... .... "
: Clerk Circuit Court, Hendry
:::: ALL ELECTRI0HOME : ; A:*: Notice is hereby: given that the undersigned County Florida.
ii ,. under the provisions of No. 283-Oct. 31, Nov. 7-14-21.
"L- :_ : Si, Chapter 20,953,' L '\vs--of Florida; Acts
.. .
: ,:) :.X;: of 1941, will register with the Clerk I I
.?..i. .> :., .. : of the Circuit Court in and'for Hen- '
..... .' .!..*. dry County. Florida upon receipt of I
",. ';:;' ......-: *:**:* proof of publication of this notice the Johnson's Fish Camp
,.. : :' .
i : fictitious to-wit:
.1 name
::!: :
& : ,' :, .: :.. /\J\ ; : '. .:..S. Gulf Service Station Hurricane Gate
-.r ,,',<."" or.-., ..- t' d'ft:,- -,' ... under which Iam__ engaged in business (Near )

I::!: -- # 'o .- '- :':\," : ;' :!:;!: at Clewis ton. Florida. That the I Clewiston, Fla.
party interested in said business is as Boats and Motors-Guide Service

:II!::i: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that *YY:**:::) follows City :of Clewiston G. R. THOMAS, County: t>f Hen- \\ .Rates II. Johnson Reasonable, Mgr. t tr.

I dry Florida, October 22, 1941.
::i: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :Y:*:: No. 282-Oct. 24-31 Nov. 7-14. _

1: :: home and one that- will. (dp everything quickly, efficiently iy:j. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO .

!:X!: and economically. ': ;-"" ;' '- -1 l : t y :: REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Dr. F. D. Gudbaur

AX .t..:. TO WHOM IT :MAY CONCERN: Optometrist

;::: One penny will toast 26( crunchy slices of toast, or :::: I Notice is, under hereby' given the provisions that the undersigned of- Glasses Scientifically Fitted and

-Chapter.. 20,953. Laws of Florida Acts :, Repaired Broken lenses

i*.. give your eyes two hours: of'safe reading' light- or :operate :::;.: jof I lof the 1941 Circuit will register Court in with and the for: Clerk Hen- Duplicate

s : .... dry County Florida upon receipt of Office Hopkins Bldg., Clewiston

:;:::: your radio for most of a dayandLECTRICITY :i::;: I proof fictitious of publication to-wit of :this notice, the Every Thursday-day and

3::;: one thing that gets cheaper the more of it that you :iise. *,:.*.::1 under Hydraulic which name Tractor we are engaged Sales in business evening appointments.

f' at Clewiston, Florida. That the

S::?5:; .' That, is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home **,, parties as follows interested BLITZ: "rEG In said IAN business are, .' ....N..N. N N. N .N.i ..

that is all -- .. -- : E. 31.:: CORNETTE
I electric and modern.
:: : : : = = = ** : City of Clewiston, County of Hen-

,. dry, Florida. October 22, 1941.
$& :::::: No. 283-Oct. 24-31. Nov. 7-14.

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:: -- .. ... TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
: : .' --- : f- '.- .. r' : :' Notice is hereby given that the undersigned ; When the body gets tired the

1n Y't....'',; Chapter 20,953, under, Laws the of provisions Florida. Acts of :?: mind does not rest. To exercise :_

:;::;: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. i ilX.f.::'. of 1941, will register with the Clerk ;i; after hours of mental labor -

.. :,: of dry the County.Circuit Florida Court; in upon and receipt for Hen-of + is simply to add one fatigue ._. l

.:..;. (:::, proof of publication of this notice the ;; to another. Physical labor ;
) :,, fictitious name, to-wit: restorative after _.
.ft. pot a It
::. Clewiston Wrecking Company
; irr- ., *:', under which we are engaged in business x mental fatigue. 1.-"How to
Y.:', at Clewiston, Florida. That the
Y...i', parties interested in said business are Form a l\Iind"-Dr. Toulouse _

.fii tl A.*., as follows: :_: A French physician. 2.-Sir xj'
; .:..:, E.BLITZ M. CORVETTE AVEGMAN James Crichton Browne M.D., _

A.:. City of Clewiston. County of Hen- _. F.R.S., speaking at a meeting :_:
YiYY dry, Florida. October 22. 1941. of the British Child-Study Soc:

"_:t_ :. Glades Power and Light Go. *...i';:i No. NOTICE 284-Oct. OF 24-31.INTENTION Nov. 7-14: TO _x ciety 3.-Mrs., London Mary Scharlieb Oct. 29, 1909.M.D., X_.

: :
.. .., REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME : M.S., Lecturing to the Child _.
{ *:* '
yYyy *: 'i',, x Study Soc., Dondpn, Jan. 26, x
"YX ,A Attttttttt : Notice is hereby given that the undersigned i 1911. 4.-"Popular Fallacies"

*!>. .:...., I under the provisions of A.S.E. Ackermann.PAGE ._.
** .;..., Chapter 20,953. Laws of Florida Acts

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I ('" I GARDEN CLUB MEMBERS AT I. who also won ,the travelling prize, ing. \ NEW BOOKS: AT CLEWISTON =

J MEETING OF 6TH DISTRICTMrs. bath cloths. I The court of review was composed PUBLIC LIBRARY

Mrs. Crow served a salad ,plateto of Scoutmaster L. W. Turner

r-Personals Ii IiI O. A. Jones president of the Mrs. Carlton, Mrs. Wilsdn, Mrs. of LaBelle and Charles Benson ofClewiston New Books on Rental Shelf

Clewiston Garden Club and several Foy Durrence, Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, ; assistant exec'utive John i They Came To a River., 'by Allis "

other members of the club were Mrs. G. E., Etherton, Mrs. V. ,C. Shutt; W. C. Owen and J. M. i McKay.. -

In'Fort, .Lauderdale Wednesday to Woodward Mrs. R. M. Hare- and Couse. I (Continued on Page 7) '

I Mrs. A. J. Crummer spent yes attend a meeting of the 6th district Mrs. B. J. Schroeder. Scouts attending from Clewiston t This Above All, Erick Knight. '

j terday in West Palm Beach.. of' the Florida Federation of Garden Mrs. 'L. C. Miller entertained her were Junior Mills, Charles Benbow, The World and Richard by Pauline -,

i .'_ Clubs. bridge ,club on Thursday afternoonthis I Milton Poole and Ben Bolton of the'' Corley. _
Others In 'the party were; ,Mrs. G. week. Mrs. Dave Alston Patrol Low Man On a Totem Pole. by
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McSh han won.a Alligator ; Harold Broderick I
I were week-end visitors in Miami. B. Rackstraw, Mrs. J. W. Ezelle bath, set as first prize and Mrs.: Medford, Dunaway and David Thomas H. Allen Smith.Mysteries .
I 'W. ,.C., Owen; Mrs. E. L. Stew- ,
4frs. :
I Charles Benson guest towels as of the Flying Eagles; Junior !
ajt, and Mrs. Dean King. Raymond'' The D. A. Goes to Trial, by Erie
Mr. and Mrs. 'J. E. Beardsleywere cut prize. Martinez, Sammy Young,
Stanley Gardner.
I business visitors In Miami on' : ** '. s4oiir-0---- :Mrs.\ Miller served tuna fish Trice, Frank Conkling, Albert I
HOUR GROUP ,The Casey of the
Turning Tide
Thursday. ," ) ; ; salad and iced tea to Mrs. Alston, Stevens and Bobby Maynard of the]I ,
-- by: Earle Stanley Gardner. .
Mrs. J..W.. EzeUe.iMrs. Benson, Tigers and Sherwood Hall Senior :
Mrs., A. : L., Hackett met the preschool The Shy'Plutocrat by E. Phil-. ,
Patrol Leader. Assistant Scout '
Mr. and Mrs. M. Valaer of Moore story hour group Wednesday Mrs. Keathley' Bowden' Mrs.JEL R. I JIps "pVpenneim. -
Hall, Mrs. Carl Johnson, Kisw.: master Jimmy Wilson also accom-
Haven were visitors in Clewiston afternoon on the grounds at The Milan Grill Room by Phillips -
the : ,
: H. Lanier and Mrs. N.-'Smith.. panied group.Clewiston "
Sunday. the Community Center. The story : Oppenheim.Junior'.

told was Jack and the 'Bean Stalk. 'I ,:-- ,- Books .

D. B. McCarthy of 'Okeechobee Those, attending were Wayne King, Scout Leaders Enjoy Tigers Play ,.l Joan'' id-Michael, by Martin Gale.

was a business visitor in Clewiston Marjorie Brown and Agnes Ann At Jupiter .... Roundabout' by Charlie Simon.. '" .

Wednesday. Hackett. Pilau At LaBelleA Books for Boy Scout Shelf
--'--- The committee in charge of the I" Boy Grows Up, by McKouen, H

hour wishes to emphasize that & Lebron-. "
Parker T. Wilson is away on story The Clewiston Tigers with .only, > ,
I ';
vacation' this week, and is visitingIn all children In Clewiston under feature of the'weekly Scout eight men on the squad play 'a' The 'Boy Scouts Book of Adventurous -"

Miami and in Key West. .school age, who are old enough to leaders of the district held last return game' at Jupiter today and Youth, by ,1':. Ed., Mathiems. '

.- ,listen.. to a. simple story are Invited night at LaBelle, was the excel- New Occupatipns .for' Youth, by
expect a much harder' game than
to attend the story hour. It lent chicken pilau supper preparedand T. O. Nail. -
R. 'N. Smith who is employed at when they defeated ,the East' Coast <
jnj&etsitfor, about half-hour each served by the LaBelle Scout Wildlife Conservatlon
\ ; by I. '
the airport in: Sebring, ,spent Saturday lads in the first game of the 'sea-: ?
:Wednesday afternoon at 3:30. troop at the Chamber of Commerce Gabrielsonv -
with his here.1Miss the home -
night family son on field. -
-,'. :i -!-,. picnic grounds. NaTufe'.:Notes; by. John Kieran. : '
-- (RS. McSHEEHAN GIVEN There will be no meeting next Coach Dick Turk stated that he]I' Starcraft, by W. H. Barton and
: Leo Willingham ,and Mi ; would probably start Billy Perryat
week, the men choosing to, ,spend ,
Virginia Smith of Fort Myers visited : center W ldron and Pape at'ends .
the week-end with the boys at the First Aid Text Book-American '
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alston Sunday. 'A :sewIng'par'ty was given Tuesday -I Cantrell and Martinez, '" Red -
The next
Palmdale camporee. meet- I" u
afternoon by, a group of friendsas half and Bech'erat full. .t'l
ing will be at Moore Haven on Woodcraft, by-.B. S. Mason. -
Mr., and Mrs. F. Deane. Duff returned a farewell to Igfp., C. W. Mc-I Nov. 13th.Attending. and Hooker will be substitutes. The Americanization of Edward
".ver the :;week-end from a Sheehan who is leaving in a few i I The Tigers played a hard game I Bok, by Edward Bok. '
the Thursday night
vacation' of several days, which they days' for Jacksonville. Mrs Mc- against Pompano there last prid y"' Heroes of Civilization, by" Jaffe .

spent in Miami and in Nassau. I.Sheehan was given a shower of ,,meeting Charres'Be'nson.were Jimmy Wilson, and were the first to score more and 'J. Cottler.Autobiography.Benjamin..
W. C. Owen, M. '
handkerchiefs, which were pre- than one touchdown against the
M. Prewitt, F. E. Conkling, R. M. Frank
Harry Byers, desk clerk at the sented tied in a large red bandanna strong, Pompano team, but the final line .
Bishop E. E. Gross and Fred Dun- -
Clewiston Inn, ,is spending two .to represent, a hobo's bundle. score; showed the Tigers on the

weeks' vacation on a motor trip ..Sandwiches, co'6kiesand. Coca- away. little end of a 47-18 ount., ,Martin 'Johnson, Lion, Hunter' by
I I Green. <'
F. .
II .
to Virginia.: Colas were serv d.' Attending were I -

,- Mrs. McSheehan, Mrs. W. E.' Dilley, Boy Scouts Hold I I Wihged Mystery, by Alan Gregg. '
Mrs. Ruth B. Owens left Tuesdayfor Mrs. H. R. Hall Mrs. A. L. Hackett FANCY FRYERS FOR SALE '- Flamingo Feather, by ,K. Mun-

Tampa where she is visiting Mrs. W. H; Lanier, Mrs. R. C. Wilson Meeting In FeldaA Price reasonable. Mrs. F. H. roe. ..

her son, .' Thomas B. Owens and Mrs. W, W. Perry, Mrs. R. Y. Doub, North LaBelle. 2tp. Shadow Over Winding Ranch, byT.

family for: several days. Patterson, Mrs. G. H. Small, ,Mrs.F. W. Scftmidt.

Deane Duff, Mrs. N. V. S. Mum- number of the Clewiston'Boy I t River':'Rising, by H. Skidmore.

I Mrs. William Johnson and baby ford, Mrs. Edmund M. Blake and Scouts and officials attended the ,FOR SALE-Six-foot electric refrigerator -t Library Hours: Tuesday andjThursd'

daughter Gayle of Canal Point, Mrs. Keathley Bowden. I monthly meeting of the Glades- I in' good condition.'I' ,=' evenings 7-9'; Saturday

spent Friday here visiting her siSter Hendry District and Court of Re- Phone 81. C. W.' IcSheehan. Itp. ,afternoons, 2-6. -

Miss Florence Graham. BAPTIST, ,CIRCLES HOLD FIRST I view at Felda Tuesday night. The u __ : J[------- --------------
'MEETING TUESDAY AFTERNOONThe meeting was held at the Scout -,
Mrs. Foy Durrence, Mrs. Viola House there and followed by a ,

Stone, Mrs. Munselle Stone and Mary Ellen Dozier circle of barbecue.
Mrs. Clayton Waters were visitorsin 'the Baptist Woman's Missionary Society Kenneth Farnam' and Jmmy Don TaxIService

West Palm Beach Wednesday.. ._ met Tuesday afternoon at the Wilson of thrf Moore Haven troop _

home of the chairman Mrs. R. J. attained their Star Scout rating. r
H. B. Wilkinson: of Hamilton PHONE 123
Blount. Merit 'badges were awarded to ,
,Bermuda, spent a few days in Clew-
Since the meeting the first Kenneth Farnam Moore Haven
i -
iston this week, stopping at, theInn. ,
since the reorganization of the circles woodworking; Nelson Bowles, La- : -

:for the year, 'Mrs. Blount appointed Belle, handicraft personal and ANY PLACE IN CITY ,__
the various chairmen as public health and bird studyL.. J. "-'-"-"-'- REASONABLE' RATES ,'" .
LieuU. 1< ort '
1st R.J. "ae, t9r: .( t. : '. .' ,
; ,,
Leonard Wood 'Missouri,' is spending follows: 1" :- Nobles, LaBelle, handicraft; ,Joseph .- "

a: furlough'at home1 with This Co-chairman, Mrs. E. P. Berry; Dougherty LaBelle, animal indus, J. B. (Shorty) Alderman -

parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor. secretary, Mrs., V. -E. Bryant; trea- try woodworking, first: aid, car- '

surer, Mrs. E. E. Kelly; Mission pentry, public health and safety, and -

Friends of Claude L. Downs are study chairman, Mrs. C. M. Allen; to' Sammy Young Clewiston, paint- '

him at home and personal ,service chairman Mrs. -
delighted to ------- -------- -- -
see - ---- ------ - - - - ------
out again after an illness of sever W., C. Woo ward; puolicity, chair-
al weeks. Mr. Downs returned Saturday man, Mrs. J. V. Turner; Red Cross ; -

I i 'from the Arcadia Hospital. 'chairmen, Mrs. A. C. Carlton;

! -- White Cross chairman. Mrs. H.
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i I Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Morrison have I Phillips; Young Peoples' chairman,

i moved into one of the new company Mrs. O. A. Clark; Stewardship Mrs.

houses, and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. I!H. C. Meador; Margaret Fund, Mrs.A. 'y

Hackett and children have taken McGowan; Children's Home, Mrs.
the house vacated by the Morrisons.Mr. W. J. Robison; social, Mrs. Bob

,Bair; literature, Mrs. A. H. King. -

and Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford I I i Mrs._ E. M. Cornette was hostessto

have moved into one of the new the Winnie Ayres Circle. at her
houses recently completed by the home Tuesday. Mrs. C. R. Krugeris 1

sugar corporation near the new co-chairman of this circle. The

:, recreation center. following chairmen were named for

!the year: secretary, Mrs. G. E.

Mr. and Mrs. Joe Peeples, Jr., of Collier; Children's Home, Mrs. H.

Citrus Center, are; parents of a nine L. Davis; personal service", Mrs.

i pound baby girl, who was born on Arch Hodges; treasurer, Mrs. W.

I October 15th.. Mrs. Peeples is the R. Broaderick; social, Mrs. G. E.

former Emma Laura Bethea of Wenzloff; stewardship Mrs.: Clayton -

Clewiston. Waters; publicity, Mrs. R. 1\[.

. -, Bishop; Red Cross, Mrs.. J. T. Paul;

Private James M. Congdon? whois I mission study, Mrs. C. M. Pirkle;

in training at Camp Joseph T. young people. Mrs. L. C. Miller; I ,."

Robinson Arkansas arrived this training school, Mrs. R. C. Nowling;

week to spend a furlough. with his Margaret fund, Mrs. J. L. Whitak-

mother, Mrs. Mabel Congdon, and er; white cross fund,. Mrs. H. E.

his sister, Mrs. E. H., Holstine. _. Trice and Mrs.. C. E. Sapp.?

Mrs. R. Y. Patterson, chairmanof dz"I

the Clewiston Chapter AmericanRed .
Carl Johnson entertained
Cross, Mrs. H. R. Hall, Mrs.
members of the Friday afternoon
W. H. Lanler and Mrs. R. C. Wilson
bridge club at her home last week.
attended a meeting of Red Cross
Mrs. Clarence J. Nielsen won first
officials of several South Florida
prize and Mrs. R. N. Smith second
counties which was held in West
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Palm Beach Monday. prize. ,---- ::
n:" >' ": -
The hostess served gingerbread -
I with whipped cream, which was
Mrs. G. H. Brown -
decorated with a Jack ,O'Lantern'face .
G. L. Royal of Lake Harbor V' '
and coffee to Mrs. Nielsen,
ahd Mrs. C. J. Brown of South Bay
Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs.C. -
to West Palm Beach Monday. Miss
E. Miner Mrs. 'F. E. ,Conkling, ,
Gwendolyn Brown, who _had spent Mrs. W. E. Dilley and Mrs. J. E. _
the week-end at her home in South I '
k Bay, returned to West Palm Beach _
On Saturday night one of the -
with them.
bridge clubs met at the Scout picnic -r
__ 8uxdutes you to buy vzsely
I grounds on the ridge for a

Hervey A. Bourne, eldest son of steak fry. The men in the ,club b. Tius sale bnns you values that ordy I

Dr. and Mrs. B. A. Bourne, has recently entertained the ladies, and cooked

, I been elected to membership and served supper. Those "'attending ,, ,_v : Burdue'e tmondous buying power

I in the National Aeronautical were Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Lee, ; .
t ; '- :; canxnake possth1e Make a ofthe
I Association, Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Miller, Mr. and .' <

I Since his graduation from Clewts- Mrs. Jimmy Wilson and Mr and 1t'A ":- : 'T., date October 31st to oventbor 8th.-

I ton High School in May 1940, Her- Mrs. Foy Durrence.Mrs. ; ,

vey has studied continuously at the G. E. Crow entertained" members 3 ; -, h"' :i: your tm to 1uy nd save

[ Sparton, School of Aeronautics in of her bridge club at her apart-

Tulsa, Oklahoma. He expects to ment Tuesday evening. Two Fos- k : ,

complete both a basic ground courseas toria plates were awarded to Mrs.A. ,

well as a flying course there In C. Carlton for first prize and a TBOT11STORES, : BURDINE'S MIAMI AND BURQ1NE'S-VIST PALM BEACH

about -,--.,- -'- -
two months. towel set to Mrs. Jimmy Wilson -- ---- : --


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1 saw Roper riding toward her whenhe

was still a long way off. ,

/MIMtwInO It seemed to Jody Gordon thattim'e THE CHEERFUL CHER.V&M

lagged forever as Billy Roper's MM M M MMMM H B MM MMM.
pony slowly approached; it seemed I I
VE to her that that slow approach was never vm lonesome
characteristic of all that had hap- For long

By "ALAN LE MAY V/.N.U. Release pened to them-delay, and delay, Though 1m living unsought
R BE Nvww. while
wars were fought, and raids ,
INSTALLMENT 19 faced each: other in a remote cabin t.nd
e : struck in, all through those smoky apartFor
THE STORY SO FAR: set in Montana snows, yet Marquita
years in which they had beery: apart. I pity witl\iurpri5ing
Washington, D. C. Dusty King and Lew Gordon had built upa looked unmistakably older; and the
vast string of ranches. King was killed live, sultry fire behind her dark, And yet, at last, when he stoppedhis to s?y, ...
FARMER PRICE VICTORY horse beside her, and they lookedat
his powerful and unscrupulous competi
by slanting: eyes was gone. A mysterious
Louis .J. Taber, !National Grange tor Ben Thorpe. Bill Roper. King's adoptedson "I lied to you," Marquita said at each other, there was something
president, and other farm leaders was determined to avenge his death In last. "I'm not sorry for that. I'd I between them still, as if the smoky Friend in my a'f

didn't come away empty-handed spite of the opposition of his sweetheart. lie to you again, for the same rea- I years themselves had built a wall. ,i Ke.a.rt.RTC1".

from their conference with the President Jody Gordon, and her father. Roper conducted son, or for less reason. But this : Bill Roper said, "Hello, Jody.You're f '!
a series of great raids upon Thorpe'svast "
on price control. time it didn't do good. So I looking mighty well. i
herds first in Texas, then in Montana. any '
would to their : Jody said, "I'm all right."
While he not
agree well tell
Jody was deeply shaken when Marquita a thought I might as you.
proposal that wages be included in There was a pause, curiously awk-
saloon hostess convincingly explained "You lied to me? H
the control bill drafted by ward; in the pause," Jody's horse
price Roper loved Marquita, and not her. Be "I told I was Bill Roper's
Price Administrator Leon Henderson lieving that her love was unanswered Jody you struck at the cinch with\ a hind foot, :
girl. You naturally thought I was
Roosevelt did make one impor- left the man she loved. Lew Gordon finally tormented by an early fly.

tant concession. He said he would I, realized that Roper was right In fighting at Walk Lasham's camp" because "You,N didn't come to see me," WNU Service.SLIOSEPU.
and Lasham, for Bill Roper was there. Marquita'svoice
Thorpe and went gunning Jody said.'
have no objection to a "parity aver-
them. Roper met him shortly before the sounded curiously metallic and "
formula" being put in the bill Bill Roper said slowly-"I
ages two gunmen appeared. This was the mo old, without that sultry fire to backit didn't know "
if you'd want to.
of me
to limit the dumping governmentowned -
ment Roper had been fighting for during the up. "Well, that wasn't so.
wheat and cotton when the "Don't you know that you're half
smoky_years. Low Gordon was killed, but.so "You to "
prices of these commodities threatento were Thorpe and Lasham. mean-you" mean say- of King-Gordon? And I'm the other
"Well, Marquita said, "he did half."
of bounds.
soar not belong to me, not even for one
Under this formula, to insure "Jody-people like you and me
CHAPTER'xxvi! minute, in all my life. How do you can't
go by things like
farmers parity price for
an average j
think you would like that, in my "
legacies and wills.
the full crop year, restrictions would "
be placed on the amount of wheat They buried Lew Gordon at Miles Jody's voice was 'very quiet, yet
City. ,That dot the northern "But-at the Lasham camp you it must have seemed
and ,cotton that could be sold. Also, upon said-" to Bill Roper
prairie marked, in effect, the far- that she ,cried out. "You're going
the dumping could not begin Our ConfidenceThe >
"I know I did. I would have got
north reached that to leave
thest great
by me to carry all this, just
prices reach certain aboveparitylevels dramatic of him if I could, in any way I could.I confidence which we hav
and upthrust power by myself?
to be worked out by Hender- 'even came here because I knewhe in ourselves gives birth to smell!
which had welled up out of Texas, "Lew Gordon left a sound organi-
son and department of agricul- was coming here. But now I can of that which we have in others
ture. carving new trailsopening new vast zation, Bill Roper said, his voice La Rochefoucauld.
just as well tell it's hopeless,
countries driving herds you dead.
unnum- "You have many men, and
Taber and his colleagues had to and I'm "
do some fast talking to sell the Presi- bered, under the name of KingGordon. through. good men, too. The works will roll,
"You to let
mean-you're willing
that her father I I think with "
Jody thought Thorpe gone.
dent on this plan. At'first he seemedin him if-" DONrt LET
would have wanted to lie there. go-even Once more the long, strangely
no mood to accept any changesin I "Let him go? I 'never had him."
the bill and told his callers thatif After that was done with, Jody An odd edge of contempt,came into poignant silence. And to Jody it CONSTIPATIONSLOW

they had come to debate the ques-' went back to Ogallala.All Marquita's voice, but whether for seemed they both a terrible wanted thing the that what YOU UP

tion of controlling farm prices they through the spring news kept Jody or herself was not plain. "Can't was same
thing, and that yet the smoky years When bowels are sluggish and feel
were wasting their time. trickling in. A swift bankruptcywas that head?"
you get through your
somehow managed to stand be- ,"headachy and everything you
"We have simply got to head off sweeping Thorpe's loosely She turned toward the door impa- tween. do is an effort, do as millions do-chew

inflationary trends," the President grouped organizations. Wiped out of tiently. ?' FEEN-A-MINT, the modern chewinggum
Jody Gordon turned from
declared grimly, "or'face the worst Texas by the so-called Rustlers' Jody Gordon supposed that she away laxative. Simply chew FEEN-A-
Bill Roper and faced MINT before
Dusty King'scross to with-
you go -sleep
depression the country has ever War, broken in the north by the ought to thank Marquita for having clean-limbed and slender, out being disturbed-next morning gentle,

known after this emergency is over." Great Raid':""the shaken power "of come here, for having made the con- and there was something in her face thorough relief, helping you feel swell

The farm leaders finally won him Ben Thorpe,crumbled fast, now that fession which she had made, but that again, full of your normal pep. Try
was enduring. It was the face
FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is bandy
Thorpe himself was ,dead. A once she and the words
over to,their plan with the assurance was confused, of a woman who turned to the future and economical.A generous family supplyfEENIIA.MINiC01

that they would not oppose Hender- unbeatable organization, powerful would not come. Instead she said, without, trace of doubt or fear; and i only

son's system,of selective price con- from border to border, was going "Do you know where he is? Is he she was the loveliest thing that Bill I *

trols, providing the parity gain's won down in such utter debacle as no well? Is he safe and all right?" Roper would ever see .

at this session were not lost. man'could check. Marquita's smile was mocking. "Jody," Bill Roper said uncertainly -

Taber pointed out that though the And as Thorpe's power vanished "You want me to find him ,and, send "I want to tell you something. Hidden Reasons

prices ,of wheat and cotton are now into the gunsmoke in which he had him to you?" Other men will have to fight other There are not unfrequently substantial

only slightly below parity, and live- died, a strange new prestige beganto "I think," Jody said, "he'll wars; but my part of all that is fin- I reasons underneath fox

stock above it, farmers get only 43 attach itself to the name of the come." ished. I'm not sorry my gun is customs that appear to us absurd.:

per cent of the consumer's ,dollar, man' who had 'destroyed him. Onlya "Okay," Marquita said, and she hung up. I hope it's hung up for- -Charlotte Bronte.

spent for farm products, as against little while ago Bill Roperhad beenan pulled.open the doo .'. ever. Once I thought that when

60 per cents in 1917, when defense outlaw, a hunted man with a "I want to tell you something," Thorpe was smashed, my work

production! was geared to the peakit price on his head, in whose behalf Jody said. "I want to tell you I ap- would be through t now I see How To RelieveBronchitis

has,reached;tQday. few: men ever dared speak a good preciate-your letting me know-" it's only begun. I think we're goingto

aNEW word. But now that his enemieswere ,- Marquita flashed a queer, hard build something pretty fine, if

LABOR HEADACHE down, it seemed that the whole smile; there was bitterness in it, you'll stay by me."

length of the ,Long Trail held men more bitterness in her smile than in Jody smiled a little. Without tak-
Strikes.. i .s'till serious_ problem, who professed themselves his lifelong .
her words. ."Keep your thanks to ing her eyes from the cross she
but the big labor headache currently friends. Like coyotes after, a yourself." Then she was gone. reached her hand toward him, and Creomulsion relieves promptly because -

harrying defense chiefs is the com- I killing, 'like worms after rain, Bill After a moment Jody heard the took his. it goes right to the seat of the
and di trouble to help loosen and expel
plex mounting dislocations" lculty'_ employment Roper partisans were rising up, a hoofs of a team, and the wheels of "All the anger and the hate has' germ laden phlegm, and aid nature

score here, a hundred there, where the carriage in which Marquita had gone out of me," Roper said; 'and : to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed -

Almost every day brings new reports not one friend had been, during those come-and gone;,slicing the deep if you 'can only some day under- I bronchial mucous mem-

of workers let out due to lack smoky hours of-his greatest need. mud stand that my riding with the wild I branes. Tell your druggist to sell you

of materials, forced curtailment of Already men were less ready to remember Yet, Bill Roper did not come. bunch was-was what I had to do-" derstanding s;.bottle of Creomulsion you must like with the the way un-it

production or other defense causes. what weapons he had usedin When two days had passed a pan- He fumbled for words, and quickly allays the cough or you are

Official estimates of such dismissalsput fighting fire with fire than to remember ic caught Jody Gordon, and she be- stopped. to have your money back.OREOMULSION.

the number at between one and simply that he had won. gan to haunt the vicinity of Dusty "Give me your knife," Jody said.

two million. I Three governors had issued blanket King's cross. She believed that Roper "My-my what?"

And the end is not in sight. Some pardons for what he might or mightnot would not 'leave the Ogallala She turned, and herself drew his for Coughs,Chest,Colds,Bronchitis '

experts anticipate that in the auto have done. He, could have had country without visiting once more skinning knife from the sheath at

industry alone 200,000 workers will almost any position he wanted near the grave of Dusty King. his belt. Then she stepped to the Liking Duty

lose their jobs. the top of any one of three or four But it was the evening of the ground."In The secret of happinesS is not
Aware of the serious economic of the great cattle companies: He fourth before' said "in jus-
day, Roper came. justice, Jody ; in doing what one likes, but in
consequences of such dislocations, could have had almost anything he tice, and in memory of courage." liking what one has to dO.JamesM. ,

OPM heads are making strenuous wanted, then. CHAPTER XXVII' With her own hands she cut the Barrie. '

efforts to overcome them. So far But Bill Roper-where was he? 4 third notch upon the cross, deep and

only partial answers have been Nobody seemed to know. His own Sitting her quiet pony beside'Dusty clean.

found. raiders-Tex Long, Hat Crick Tom- King's pile of stone, Jody Gordon [THE END] /Relieves distress from MONTHLY*
Originally, OPM tried to handle
Dave Shannon-now
my, swagger-
such dismissals by local absorption.This ing wherever they pleased amid a" fEMALEWEAKNESS

industries worked all right in towns with curious acclaim, did not know., Andif New Brides Need Food-Buying Skillsary.
engaged in defense work.
Dry Camp Pierce, that one most
They could use the displaced hands trusted of all Bill Roper's men, knew

and gladly took them on. But in where his leader was, he held his After the honeymoon is over, and Roasts must weigh at least

communities where this conditiondid tongue. brides are settled down to cooking, three pounds if they are to be cooked Lydia E. Pinkham's Compound
Tablets (with-added Iron) only
not exist, other solutions had to And then suddenly one day as she they will find real ingenuity requiredto without undue shrinkage. Leftover help relieve cramps, headache,
be found. plan meals for two without wast- beef may be used in hash, sliced and backache but also weak, cranky,
sat her horse before
Various methods have been used. Dusty King'scross ing food or letting menus become heated in barbecue sauce, or ground nervous feelings-due to' monthly
she knew that Bill I
Roper was disturbances.
In some instances defense orders monotonous. Home economics spe- I and mixed with celery, onion and Pink-
Taken Lydla
alive, that he was near, that he had regularly-
have been granted to reopen shut- com The notch that she had cialists at Ohio State university say I mayonnaise for a sandwich spread. ham's Tablets help build up resist-
down plants. In other cases, where seen even though the young homemaker Leftover pork or veal can be served ance against distress of "difficult
conversion of a plant wasn't pos- Bill Roper cut in the arm of Dusty'scross shops on a small scale, she shoulduse cold, shredded for chop suey, or days." They also help build up red
to mark the death of Cleve blood. Follow label directions.
sible, an entire new defense plant care in making purchases and diced and mixed with rice and vege-
Tanner was well weathered by this
has been erected in town. In still in selecting food. tables to make a one-dish meal, or

other instances, workers have been time; but now, sharp and freshlycut It will be advisable for' the young used to stuff peppers. WNU-7 44 41
in -
the opposite arm of the cross
given "retraining" instruction and cook to make a record of the num- I Even steak may be a problem.
second notch that had
was a
moved to places where labor was been there before.A never ber of persons a certain amount of I A good steak that is thick enoughfor Money's Value

needed. food will serve. For instance, one broiling is usually too large for Money, which is of very uncertain -
Defense chiefs count on Floyd Od choking lump rose instantane- pound of prunes yields 10 to 12 two persons. A porterhouse comes value, and sometimes has no

ium's reorganized subcontracting ously in Jody's throat, and she spun servings, one pound of broccoli, two : closest to the two-serving size. But 1 value at all and even less.-

division to take upmost of the slackon her pony in its tracks as instinctively to three servings; a quart of sauer- if a larger steak is bought, the less arlyle. -

defense dislocations. her eyes swept the plain and the kraut, five to six servings; and one tender end may be cut off and

Odium originally estimated it low hills. It seemed Bill Roper must pound of ground meat serves five ground for hamburger steak, or
would take two still be no more than:, a few minutes made with
months to set upadministrative persons.If into meat balls to serve

machinery, but OPM away. the homemaker finds a largecan spaghetti.

chiefs are urging him to turn his In the clear light of the late afternoon of peaches or other fruit is the Vegetables can be changed on

attention to getting subcontracts now she could make out every detail most economical to buy, she can their second appearance at the tableif

and rounding out his of the rambling little town of Ogal- salad with served with
organization as use part of the fruit as a they are a cream May Warn of Disordered
he goes along. lala, but nowhere was there to be cottage cheese, make a shortcakefor sauce, cheese sauce, or hollandaisesauce. Kidney Action

seen any horseman. She turned her dessert the next day, and serve Small heads of cabbage and
Modern life with its hurry and worry;
MERRYGOROUNDThe I pony and rode home with a strange, with toast for breakfast on another cauliflower can not always be obtained : Irregular habits, improper eating and

American Association for Eco- empty, gone feeling, because for a day. By planning meals this way, and even a bunch of carrotsor tion-throws drinking-its risk heavy:of strain exposure on and the infer workof R

nomic Freedom has moment Bill Roper had seemed so a few cents can be saved by buying beets may be too large. Part of the kidneys. They are apt to becomo
dress made more than'10 years an ad- : near and now was nowhere in sight. larger cans of fruit instead,.of small these can be used as a hot dish one and over-taxed other impurities and fail to from filter the excess life-givmg acid

by Federal Judge Robert N. Wilkinof ago When she had unsaddled she went' cans. day, and as a salad the next. They blood.

Cleveland on "A New Social Or- into the tall white house by the back Fortunately, there are some foods will lose none of their flavor by be- headache You may, dizziness suffer,nagging getting up backache.nights,

der" in which he advocated a union way, and walked through it slowly, almost made to order for the family ing held over one day. leg pains, swelling-feel constantlytired
of dishes be made to As final in simplifying the ,nervous, all worn out. Other signsof
of the English-speaking countries to preoccupied, wondering what she two. Egg can : a point kidney or bladder disorder are some-
resist the totalitarian should do. fit a group of any size. Chops, cut- cooking-for-two problem, the, home times burning, scanty or too frequent

aggressors. Then she lets, ground meat, stewing meat, economics specialists say avoid put- urination.
Heavyweight champ Joe Louis as came the front Try Doan's Pills Dons help the
soon to be drafted, is tackling what room, her hand jumped to her sausage, bacon, or liver are eco- ting small dabs of different vege- kidneys to paw off harmful excess body
throat for nomical cuts for the small family. tables and meat in regular size serv- waste. They have had more than half a
someone for
he describes as "the biggest fight of was waiting century oi public approval. Are recom-
my career." He has sent circular her there-a woman who stood up Many markets sell chickens cut into ing dishes. Either arrange the vege- mended by grateful users everywhere.
letter to member of a as Jody came in. v sections 'so the homemaker can buyas tables and meat attractively on a I Ask your neighbor!

every congress many choice pieces as she wants. single large platter, or fill the plates I
asking them for help to raise a fund a moment Jody Gordon hardly -
Sometimes cooking more than in the kitchen and serve directly
for a movement to improve the eco- recognized Marquita. Only a lit- -
for meal is from there. I
enough a single neces- :
nomic condition of Negroes. tle time had, passed since they had

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make the
Designed to charm and geniality. She was the
j American sailor the most first to make fun of her own short- No Stopping' It This Defense s
physically perfect sea % r comings, and was often heard to Helen-You can't believe all you Clarinda-I'se decided to leabe
fighter in the world, the $: / a: comment good-humoredly on her hear. mah husband. '
U.'S. navy's physical education : 1 ? decidedly matronly figure.On Wilma-. No; but youcan repeat Liza-How come, honey-chil'-
it. Is yo' beginnin' ter 'conomize, too
program got off to one occasion, a fashionable
-or som-body else done pul
a fine start when Secretary ; portrait painter asked her to sit Can't Do him on deir priorities liss?
of the Navy Frank Knox for her portrait. The plump opera "Another word and I'll wipe my feeton
Lieut. Com- star hesitated for a long while you!"
appointed On the Face of It
before making her decision. "You canI'm too small."
mander Jas. J. Tunney, When the visitor was shown into the
U. S. N. Rto be head Ii J; "Don't be afraid, .Madame," That Sort! manager's private room he remarked:
man. Already the pro- said the'artist" teasingly. "I'll do "Is that man annoyed with you? hard"That worker.new" clerk of yours seems a

gram results.is showing These wonderful pictures- Ijk )r! irsf you"Ah justice.," replied the prima donna, I I I greeting.notice"he didn't return your specialty."}:es," ,replied the other' ; "that's his

the naval > "it isn't justice I ask at your "Oh, he lives next door to me. "What, working hard?"
take you to op- hands; it is mercy!" He never returns anything." "No; seeming to."
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PRINCIPAL WRITES Old Residents Worst-

HISTORY OF SCHOOL (Continued from page 1)

from the state law, regarding the
speed permitted. The only special
SYSTEM SINCE 1926 zone in Clewiston is the school

one, where a 10 mile limit is set.
For all other driving the state law
Clewiston Public Schools were provides: .
SHOTGUNS RIFLES AMMUNITION ROUII : G T established in 1926 with the erection -
........ -- --'-- "Where no"special hazard exists
*- TrB
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''i of $50,000.00
-l I II Illlll MMi a building to.
you may drive at the following
house all twelve grades. The' speeds:
school operates on the 6-3-3 plan,
or Elementary, Junior-Senior 1. Twenty-five miles per hourin

You Can Still Browning Automatic school.the Florida The school State is Department accredited high by of trict.any business or residence dis

... .-- .._".,' Education, and within a year coun- 2. Sixty miles per hour in other
Use ty officials plan to file applicationfor locations during the daytime.

"'C.> -. .: 'accredization by the Southern 3. Fifty miles per hour in such
'_'rl_ :; ;' Association of Secondary Schools other locations
E '''' during night
'-< ----" h' .
----- and "
Colleges. The enrollment in- time.

jr \ 'f """ creased year by year, and in 1940 Mr. Bell has placed signs the
/ on
t 1 [I Hendry County added a new build- highway! at the east and west
I ,7m/.i en-
;_ \ 1\ ll'i ; 'I' I i ing at a cost of $33,000.00, the two trance of Clewiston, calling attention -

{ f4\\{ l ; f y s ftr buildings are side-by-side on the to the fact that the speed
\ Il o< J five acres of school ground. The limit
lij'1 ?0. ,r; }4\1tm is 25 miles per hour through
o 0 to purchase flllShot. ::: ;... 'tf" ::,. i\\; '.J\\ f1 present Clewiston estimated school evaluation of the town. He has no trouble with
is approximately transients, he
says, but it's the old-
thing in our stores in 10000000. time residents who
are refusing to
amounts of $10 or more. KEEP ON FIRING. ROUNDED School Plant slow down.
Recent credit regulations for PISTOL GRIP. CHECKERED FORE-. 559 0 The entire school site is dominated -I --

higher deposits apply only to END. 12 ,16.20 GA. . . . by rich, green, St. Augustinegrass Proportionate Shares-
comparatively few items. many 'Royal Palm trees and
shrubs. The physical .
features of ----

OUT DOOR Remington Automatic the whole school site consist of (Continued from page 1)

two school buildings, agricultural to Dr. Bernhardt, does' not alter the

SHIRT d I and band cottages, football field basis for 1941 crop, or benefit, pay-
/i Ii I I (for the past three years Clewiston ments and these will still be limited

'has been the only Florida school to 96.3 per cent of the original -
:::--- .. .,,., ,..''. ..',.:,;.:\<;:. using lights for six-man football), porportionate share no matter
"" ''' I
..w. ,, :
"" v basketball court with lights, and how'much may' be harvested and
Eq M $2,000.00.worth of playground sold for sugar. Should the acre-

t BUILT WITH ALL THE DETAILS FOR equipment. I age harvested for sugar be smaller -

SAFETY AND ACCURACY. FAMOUS 559 School As A Whole than the 96.3 per cent of the
: FOR QUALITY. FIRES 5 SHOTS- 0 There are fourteen teachers in proportionate share than paymentswill

FAST. -16.20 GA . . . grades '1-12, full-time librarian'and be made on 100 per cent basisof
I bus driver, part-time band director the cane harvested.
'- I and two full-time ,janitors. The
) y Ranger Hammerless-Double Barrel '
total enrollment in grades 1-12 is
Baptist Church- _
,, 4f A quality double with genuine walnut stock with checkered pistol approximately 320 one-hundred
grip and fore-end. Proof tested forged and fifty of this total ride the bus.
barrels. Matted rib. Important parts 524 95 I In the older building there are six: (Continued from Page 1) *"

a YL 4 chrome vanadium steel. Two ivory sights, elimentary classrooms; seventh and recently returned to this country.
'- ; Y soft rubber Ranger recoil pad. 12-16-20 I
: ga eighth grade classrooms; library; Rev. John May of Eustis, for
a_ s r f : ..... .",. ..... ,. home economics classroom and
;.:. I many years a missionary in the far
,, ... .
'" "W kitchen; agriculture classroom; interior of Nigeria, Africa and who

.. I principal's office and bookroom., In recently returned to this country
the newer building there are four will be the speaker on Thursday

i. !: i .J'I I classrooms on the first floor includ- evening,

._ ,", __ >; :;;. ing the science laboratory, which Mrs. J. B. Boatrightinternation

N ,- .. I! has over $1500.00 worth of equipment -1. al traveller and mission enthusiastwill

[ and the commercial department be the speaker Friday evening.Mrs. .
j with ten typewriters. The
Boatright recently spent several -
98C entire second floor consists of the months in the Hawaiian Islands
Eastern Arms Single Barrel auditorium which will seat five- studying the missions there.
hundred people comfortably.--this I Preceding the missionary address

- Sears save you money on outdoor lttilllf 0t.' j 'is also used as a study ,hall for the each evening, there will, .b t .classes, ,
shirts. Warm, heavy-weight flannel _. :: 8m junior 'and senior high ,school. in Mission :Books. Everyone is urg-

";' flap pockets durable plastic v. : ,",_.:.. '.:.: .': :.........:....:: The school day begins at 8:151 ed to attend these classes and to
, buttons, big i dashing plaids r ; ) a. m. and ends at 3:15 p. m. with prepare themselves for the address
%II1 55 minutes for lunch (startingat which follows. Rev. H. C. Meador
: 12:05). will have the adults and young peo-
I E\tra-CuiTicular Activities ple who will study the book, "These
Walnut stock. Proof-tested barrel. Casehardened i The class schedule is so arranged Things Remain"; Mrs. C. S. Waters
t;:: frame grooved breech sight with mat-S8 98 that each morning a forty-five will have the intermediates study-
< ted receiver and bead front sight. Ranger recoil -
: g minute Activity Period is available.On ing the book "World Airways of
pad. Automatic ejector. 12-16-20 & 410 ga.
: > Mondays Home Rooms meet the King" and Mrs. Eugene Beery
the hat for
l l/ll J II those hunting with student officers in charge. On I will conduct the junior classes

> / fill,, trips Reversible; Tuesday and Wednesday clubs meet. .from the book "Guitars and Water

4- one side brown, Ranger Repeater, 22 Cal Last year over' eeventy-five school |I Jars."
other red. activities for theI I
the were II
I Services will begin each eveningat
Assorted sizes. ....,. ', benefit of the public. At presentthe
w." : .f ... I everyone
Also hunting "..,..".. following clubs are active: Pub: are
hats in stock. invited to attend. Parents
lication Staff Home Economics,
? .. especially urged to see that their
HI CUT BOOT '. ..j Junior Science, Know Your Com children have the opportunity to
/ munity, Dramatic, Sewing, Biology, see and to hear these missionary
< Garden, Band and Aeronautics.
cii.; workers. Their talks begin each
Thursday is to be used for special o'clock.
evening at eight
ft. Special steel proof-tested barrel, polished and blued. Hard work betwefa teacher and student. _-
,e., rubber butt plate. Six-shot hammerless, Generally, an educational film is
slide action ejection. Chambered for 514 95 shown to the whole student body. Nimrods PrepareContinued -

: / shells up to 2/ inches. Every Friday "is Assembly. Each V

i I room is required to contribute en- ( from Page 1)
tertainment at least once a. year.
were instructed that the season
Famous green Outside speakers are invited to
grip hi-cut. Aand No Finer Shells Made participate during this period at would open on November 2.

real hunting various times throughout the school Practically the same rules for
work boot. Double ;year. Clubs fill in whenever thereis hunting will apply ,as in former
oil tanned ups with particular stress being
a vacant week'open. Each year years
pers. all students participate in a spelling placed on the ban against shooting
:::::::: ::::: : :: :::
MALLARD bee. ducks with a rifle. As a rifle shot

In the summer of 1941, under carries so much further than shot-:

SHELLS the direction of Professor F.; G. gun fire it is extremely dangerousto

Sweat Shirt S4pRRyvE slMOt40 Sturchio the Clewiston' band was use such a gun. Some have been
to I guilty of this practice in hunting
band is
The open
75c 81c MALLARD students all ages and now has I grounds of this area during the
31 members. past few seasons and it is understood -

The Clewiston Future Farmersof that a special effort will be

\ 1 \ \ \ Save money on genuine Mallard 4: ? :; America was chartered in 1940, made' to apprehend anyone guiltyof

"' ', \ a shells! Oversize non-corrosive r4 err with 38 active members. Officersare rifle hunting.All .
: primer instantaneous ignition, elected each year. In 1940 the
loaded with duPont- or Hercules Chapter placed 5th and 15th in .
smokeless powder. and exhibits of the above mentioned items
judging beef cattle
under the direct supervision of
Fair. The are
respectively at the Tampa
diamond ball faculty committees appointed at the
X-Tra Chapter organizes a
Range beginning of each school year.
team each year and plays a: schedule I I Athletics
F. F. A. Chapters -
SPORT LOAD composed of other
around the Lake. ,I The Clewiston High "Tigers"

\\ : .s:. In 1941, three members attended -; participate in competitive varsity

; : $lQOI the State Future Farmers of(I six-man football and basketball. t
America Convention at Gainesville j Basketball includes' both boys and
$1000 with two as delegates. Charles,1 girls' teams. In March, 1941, the
? : '; Increases killing range .10 Turner placed 2nd in the State for boys' basketball team won the Tri-
yards. Non-corrosive primer, judging dairy cattle there. The!: County Basketball Tournament held
Exclusive with Sears. Cotton & instantaneous ignition, progressive Chapter has a workshop with tools ]; in Fort Myers.
shirts. Pearl As- .. burning powder, !high brass I, of the
sweat gray. Water-proofed inside and evaluated at_ $600.00. Four and I It is the aim each year
sorted sizes. cup. the. board, county superintendent,
L N out. one-half acres of land are in school
iSAVI laboratory plot which is used to principal and teachers to offer a
MONtrxC ; grow a chapter project.A I I well-balanced school program. In-
16mm Victor Projector is used I' terest has increased In the past

at least once each week in either year for more student participation
StAtS SlU.ANYTHINirAND-tVltYT the classroom or in general assem-i i i in school organization and activi-

Store Hours 9 to 6, Saturday 9 to 9:30 Fort Myers Phone 901 or 902 bly showing educational films. An, ties. "The future goal is a student
ACA radio is also 'used for class:: council form of government.

room instruction. I I I .R. W. TURK, Principal.