The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00864
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: November 7, 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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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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Plans Are Completed To Mayor's 'I:


Make 1941 Roll Call

Best Ever In Clewiston world WHEREAS today have conditions,

unprecedented peacetime I
'.;', of our Army, Navy, \ I
I \.. Coast Guard; and

f $450 Quota Expected'To '' Engineers To Build WHEREAS our national l '

defense program ,
Be Oversubscribed strengthening of all those
New Storage ShedA
i essential to the public

During Drive welfare; aridWHEREAS
! new storage shed for heavy no section 1

i'I machinery will be built in the near: United States is free from
The Red Cross roll call, the annual 'of
natural catastrophe or
future by the U. S. Engineers here.
drive for memberships, will ; ( such as flood, hurricane I
I Bids for the construction will be
open next Tuesday: Armistice Day, drought, earthquake, fire, : !
to close on' 'Thanksgiving and Mrs.I opened in the Jacksonville district epidemic; andWHEREAS I

R. Y. Patterson, chairman of the I office on November 19. the

Clewiston Chapter believes that it'' The new building will be twenty- ation still continues to I
will be the most successful roll call' two feet wide and a hundred and distress among innocent

drive ever made in Clewiston, twenty-five feet long and will ''be making essential American I
special efforts having been madeto suffering humanity abroad;
located parallel to the Industrial
speed the, drive and insure its WHEREAS the II
I Canal just north of the present '
success. Cross is the only
has been namedby government warehouse. It will havean
Pete Chagaris
our land equipped and !
Mrs. Patterson as the roll call' eleven and a half foot clear- to assist, advise and {
chairman for 1941 and will be as- ance to the eaves and the natural the men of our armed
E. M. Cornette co-chair- ground will serve as a floor., Only I
sisted by their loved, ones at'home; 1
the ends will be closed with novelty
well 'host of other
man, as as a
to carry on in our own
s I '
: workers. The town has been divided siding and the roof will be of other community' such :

into ''sections for each worker asphalt shingle. Heavy frame welfare programs as
so that a house-to-house can- trusses are being used. i
Public Health Nursing, j
The shed will be used for the:
be made and in addition
vass can tion in ,Home 'Nursing,
storage of tractors, drag-lines and 'II
booths will be erected near the Water Safety and all
bank and post-office which will bin other such heavy machinery.TENGOVERNORS cident Prevention.

charge of other workers. THEREFORE, I, F.

Attractive 'window displays are TO Mayor of ,Clewiston, !
being arranged in several store I period of the 1941 ,
windows and the roll call so advertised Cross Annual Roll Call,

that, it will be impossible,, ATTEND LUNCHEON vember 11 to November
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for anyone to,, forget it or: overlook''I''I'I during. which the public I
it. \ people of this ,
community :
? ?-';;'*':'kAtfji *e' 'i .held J*sf- nJght, at' ..' BEREONKOV.18TH .
? and: ,,:womenwbj; > ,sy-at.d\$, :
the home of Mrs., Patterson planswere make every ffort,- to I
completed for ,the drive and' strengthen the Red ::Cross

was attended by, Mrs. Patterson' The Chief Executives of, ten ing through our local
Mr. Cornette, Mrs. N. V. S. Mum- Southern states, meeting in Miamion members of the Red

ford, Mrs F. Deane Duff, Mrs. A. November. 16th for the, !three-: renewing their ; :
L. Hackett, Mrs. ,F. E. Conkling' day conclave of Southern: Governors and I further proclaim
Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. W.: E. will visit Clewiston on Tuesday the sense of all of us 'who
Dilley and Jimmy Wilson. November> 18, and plans are dents of Clewiston 'that ] :I
Clewiston's quota for the driveis being made to entertain the' distinguished bership enrollment in' the 10)i

450 memberships and every group of visitors while must be .1 larger than ever '
effort will be made to far over- here. in order to enable this

subscribe this quota. Following two days of 'sight'seeing ,- ional organization of ours

and business sessions in 'Miami whatever demands may

Hub Chevrolet Co. the group will leave Miami upon it.

about nine o'clock Tuesday morn- F. D. DUFF, ;
AAA Service Member ing for Clewiston stopping en route ;
for visits to Hialeah Park and the

naval air station at Opa Locka. :
Hub Spooner, manager of the Governor- Spessard L. Holland, hostto ; !
II Hub Chevrolet Company was recently the group, insisted that busi- '
'ti notified of the appointmentof ness be dispensed with, largely, on ON' HALLOWE'EN
i the company as a service member this last day of the' meet so that
I O of the American Automobile the agriculturally rich Everglades
I Association, the only service outlet area could te? visited. P.-T. A. OVER $
in the Everglades to. attain this The group 'of Governors will be ,
distinction. entertained at a luncheon at the

In the letter congratulating him Inn as guests of the United States The Hallowe'en,
: on the appointment officials the Sugar Corporation and it is under- sored each year by the

AAA, stated that less than ten per stood that a program ,of entertain, Teacher .Association, was
cent of the.: service outlets in America ment is being arranged for the oc success this year and with
qualify for this distinction casion. There may possibly be a lowe'en dance held later

which means that his place of business business session held here before evening in the school
I is recommended by the AAA the guests depart for Palm Beach cleared approximately $370
I for superior service in all emerg- for a cocktail party and buffet sup- association's treasury.

i encies. The nearest other service per.Mrs. The weather was I
i members are in West Palm' Beach Holland is arranging a out-door affair and the

, I and 'FortIyers.. special entertainment program for field with its flood lights 'I
There are more ,than a million the wives of the Governors who perfect setting for ]

-, members of the AAA who, when i may accompany their husbands. I frolics. There was 'a :
travelling through the country look J The states which will be represented :where hot sandwiches,
for the AAA emblem above the are Florida, Georgia, .coffee and cold drinks
doors of repair shops as their insurance North and South Carolina, Miss- A bingo game brought in

of ,quality repair work. issippi, Alabama, Oklahoma, Texas, ble sum, and as usual the
Arkansas, Tennessee and Louisiana
.' for the youngsters sold
Civic Duties Stressed I in the evening.

I apples, penny ,
a game a
of the election. Members were also -
By Kiwanis CommitteeThe of horrors and other
rl : ";: cautioned to observe the traffic
,; added this to
I ; ', rules against fast'driving through were booths. year

town and were reminded that prob:
t committee on public affairs There was .a costume
I ably every member had been, at
had charge of the program at the children and prizes were
some time or other, guilty of too \
I regular weekly meeting at the Ki- much speed on this street.A. for the best boys ,and the ;
wanis Club Wednesday night with W. Lawrence was re-appoint-I costumes in different age :
I R. M. Bishop, chairman and J. E. The carnival itself
ed by the board of directors to
l ,., Beardsley making interesting talks $125, and the rest of
serve as secretary-treasurer of the
on the civic duties of Kiwanis was made at the dance. I
club. At a recent meeting of the
members. furnished by the Elks, a '
new board a budget was discussedbut I
Two of the things stressed were Beach orchestra. t
not adopted.
the forthcoming school trustee elec- All the supplies an.d I
tion and the fast driving on the at the carnival and dance :
highway through town. Members Clarence R. Bitting, presidentof nated to the I> l
were' urged to go to the polls and the United States Sugar Cor- tion by' local business ,i

vote in this and any election and poration, arrived in Clewiston Fri- rons of the school, and r {
urge every other qualified voter day night for a stay. Mr. Bitting' tives of concerns serving I
N to do so. This could be done, they whose home is in Watch' Hill, R. I., ritory. The only purchase
pointed out, without anyone taking spends each winter in Florida and the entire carnival and
any particular part in the politic Imuch of the time is in Clewiston. '(Continued on page .


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: I- er, on top of the magazine she naa
.-, ......,.. .... .... : .... been reading. Cutter was rewarded
I : .t. with a friendly smile.
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: : : : \1 .. eyes were blue! So deep a blue they

...e. : : .... .... lassie 1 : .... were almost black.
1! "Is there something I can do for
you?" I Allow mud stains to dry, and

R E EN "No ." the dictator blurted. then brush off.
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"Why, yes! Of course. I had a
ter if you're not busy." let-I Lard has the greatest shorteningpower

Washington, D. C. s:. Nimble white fingers already fats. of any of the plastic edible

CANAL DEFENSE PLAN UPSETIt inserting paper in the machine.
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isn't going to be announced, "Please sit down. Will one car
but Nazi propaganda in South America JA < X \&*' *-:''"' : :: < *;V f? ? -f ",iWlim t ?:% .@f1M.ill .Jgm ti.'llr:;:': V.V.rir.ri;mt.J:: :: bon be sufficient?" the little stenog- Use a clean sheet of wrapping

has upset U. S. plans for an important "TtTJOJEPfrMc'CORD1CHAPTER W.N.U. Service rapher inquired briskly. paper to roll pies and pastry on.
new base defending the Pan- "Plenty. Too much Just a saves a lot of cleaning up later.
I "Don't mean bookworm? I've s *
canal. Plans had been care- you personal letter."
ama noticed that she's quite a reader." If a cloth is dipped in vinegarand
commercial Cutter
fully laid for slumped gratefully into the
ment of an island off the coast of Virgie Blake, second in command "That's a part of it. Virgie was chair at the end of the desk. How- rubbed over the kitchen stove

Ecuador, to be followed by naval ()f the cigar counter in the Hotel relaxing into. a more familiar role ever, he did retain sufficient pres- before it is blackened, it will remove -

Jesse Jones Raynear's imposing lobby, was now. "It's like I was telling you, all the grease that_ may
installations. But genial ence of.mind to lay his folded news-_
innocently let the cat out of the bag, studying the profile of a guest who Mr. Cutter. I'm not knocking her.She's paper in his lap. have accumulated on ,it.
of the windows.The too sweet. I mean it. It's
did the rest. stood near one large "This is
and the Germans much to sa'yto to Royal Allan. I'll
just that she never has ,
The island is known as Alber- man lounged with his arms have to check on the address later. ,

marle, in the Galapagos group, lying across the back of a chair, gazingout anybody no line, you know.her Just say Dear Roy." A pause. MHIOR[SKIN IRRITATIONS 5f
But let start giving '
southwest of Panama, a perfect moodily into the street where somebody "It certainly was good of you to
location for watching Japanese ma- sheets of driving rain marched under the low-down on Europe, Irup or take the time to write so soon after MTRgoMM!!
Skimp And will she come to! I
neuvers near the Pacific entrance of a leaden sky. An unlighted pipe you got back: I understand that you

the canal. To inspect it Roosevelt I was clamped between his teeth.' Perfect yen for geography Holmes places. turned up a big find out there in
"Sort of Burton com-
went fishing there three years ago, Virgie had approved of this stranger plex?" a Evil Offspring

when the U. S. S. Houston took himon the first time he chanced to pass "No, I don't think she goes for Cutter glanced at Miss Anthony to Jealousy is said to be the off-

a Pacific cruise. the stand. It must have been nearlya detectives in big She's always see if she were watching him. She spring of Love. Yet, unless the
a way.
Roosevelt had heard about the week ago. She liked his broad in adventure was. With disconcerting interest."I parent makes haste to stranglethe
got ner nose magazines -
Galapagos since childhood. His shoulders, the restless eyes under mostly If a sheik was never can think of the name of child, the child will not rest

great-uncle, Capt. Amasa Delano, their straight brows, the lean face to ankle in here on a horse right that place," he muttered lamely. till it has poisoned the parent.J. .-

put in at the islands on his voyages bronzed by long out-of-doors expo- climb be- "Near Afghanistan, .I think." C. and A. W.'Hare.Relief .
: Jack would right
now, up
to China. And his mother, as a I His lower "The Bamian his
sure. jaw was heavy, a Valley, stenog-
hind him and places.
young girl, stopped there on a voy- trifle pugnacious. An attractive care go fresh rapher supplied promptly."Of .
"Jack? The word betrayed
age to China. lessness marked his general appear- interest. course! Stupid of me to .for-

The President personally was responsible ance; it was evidenced by the un- "Her name's Jacqueline. We call get. How did you know that?" At LastForYourCough

for the strategy of form- ruly thatch of crisp dark hair, and her Jack. That's why I made that "I have been following Mr. Allan's

ing an American trading companyto in the suit of rough gray tweeds. work in the papers. He uncoveredan
crack about sailors. But I can't fig-
develop Albermarle. He knew the Yet there was an air of strength in. ure getting all hot and bothered overa old city there. They think it be-

sensitive Latins, knew that a direct all the man's leisurely movements. ticket." longs to a lost race!"
time-table unless you got a .
proposal for building a U. S. naval Virgie Blake decided pleasantlyand "What's her last name?" he de Here was a different Jacqueline Creomulsion_ relieves promptly because -

base would 'arouse the old enemies promptly that there was "some- manded. Anthony. She leaned forward, the it goes right to the seat of the
of "Yankee imperialism," and that from the her trouble to help loosen and expel
thing about him. And let it go at "Miss Anthony." Virgie became rays lamp falling on laden
germ and aid
phlegm, nature
the only safe way was to set up a eager little face. The blue eyes
formal. soothe and heal tender
suddenly raw, inflamed -
company for the development of fish- that.Not were wide Shining with excited in- bronchial
quite, for she had taken occasion "Thanks. You said 'Miss. mucous mem-
ing and cattle, thus bring the navyin to glide over to the desk and The confirmation came back over .terest. Like a child's. branes.bottle Tell your druggist to sell youa

edgeways. make a private investigation the one of the broad shoulders as Cutter "And you know Royal Allan, the of Creomulsion you must like with the the way understanding it-

Accordingly, the Pacific Develop- first time she saw this guest askingfor ______u_ __..__.u....... archeologist?" She said it almost quickly allays the cough or you are
ment company was formed, incor- his key and letters. I reverently."Oh to have your money back.CREOMULSION. -
in Delaware and financed rather. Old schoolmates."
porated ,
"Oh, Eddie, darling Virgie
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with funds from the RFC. First it Ji.iBI1HHtll Cutter'watched the light play on the
smiled persuasively at the room
got a credit of $30,000, but later, waves of that cinnamon-brown hair. for Coughs,Chest Colds, BronchitisHow
clerk on duty. "Who's .the party
when a credit of half a million was "It must be fascinating to visit
who just took his key?
extended, RFCzar Jesse Jones inno ) such places." Jacqueline's two
I "Fourteen sixty-one ." Sawyer's IIIIV.lr Big I Am!
cently announced.. to the press.. J\ hands were folded over the type-
forefinger traveled down the was prettily devised of Aesop:
Jesse Jones' Joke. writer. The letter was forgotten.
The fly' sat the axle-tree of
vertical card file near his elbow. upon
Apparently the naval stratagemwas "The name is Cutter-L. H.-from "Then you've never been abroad? the chariot-wheel, and said, Whata

such a dark secret that even Montreal." f came the crafty suggestion."No. dust do I raise.-Bacon.Th .

Jesse, a member of the cabinet, A3 h1 ii Have you?"
Miss Blake's crimson lips curvedin
didn't know about it. So he an- "Occasionally. I was fourteen the

nounced it as nothing but a commer- a smile of anticipation today first time. My dad was going over
when she observed "1461" turn wea- ARE YOUR % eGSSu&o't
cial development, because the island on and took me. We
was owned not by Ecuadorbut rily from the rain-streaked window crossed on the old City of New York.
and stroll directly towards the ci-
I remember hit storm that
by a private individual. And we a

then he added a little jest of his gars. scared me out of a week's growth." ? '

own. "Smoking tobacco," he suggested "I would have loved that storm. .... .

"And if you can spell the man's affably, resting his arms on the display I've never' seen' a big ship," Jac-
n kindness First of a.l1ou can't
case. There was a leisurely
name," said Jesse/ "I'll give you queline admitted regretfully."I'm .
expect them to act unless you give them a
the island. The 'name is pronounced'heel. quality in his voice, too. surprised you haven't tried chance. Most people make sore to get 3

.' "What brand please Mr. Cut- the big pond, if you're so keen on meals a day. But they never think of giving

Up spoke a correspondent who ter?" ships. their bowels a regular time (daily) for

knows Spanish well. "You spell it A faint flicker of amusement The cinnamon head shook a quick evacuation.

G-i-l," he said. showed in the dark eyes at the sales- denial. "That takes money," its they U'lou've finally became neglected stubborn TOUB and bowels unwilling until

"That's right," said Jones. "Go woman's use of the name. He pointed owner countered lightly. "I do my to act, ask your druggist for ADLERISA.

to the head of the class." with the stem of his pipe. traveling in books." It is an effective blend of 5 carminatives

"No," said the newsman. "I want The buyer lingered to open the "It doesn't take very much these and 3 laxatives giving DOUBLE action.
Gas la and bowel action fonow.lIurprWngl
the island." can. He crowded tobacco into his days," Cutter insisted. "You really expelled
WAfter that,make up your
"I'll owe you the island," said pipe bowl with practiced care. j t pS should do it." He spoke with great' mind to give your bowels 6 or 10 minutes'

Jones, and everybody laughed.But "Do you think it's ever going to earnestness. time at regular hoar, daily. Your druggist

stop raining?" Virgie ventured. "I'd love to. _More_ than anything: has ADLERIXA.
there was Daughter in the n- -----
navy department; for German prop- i "You know, this sort of day fairly "What's her last name?" he in the world."

aganda, through short-wave radio gives me the jitters." Her voice demanded. For the once, Jacqueline Anthony Empty Talk

displayed confidential note. She seemed to forget that she was con- No mortal has to
and local newspapers, stirred up the moved away without so much as a a right wag
old fear of Yankee aggression, in- swayed nearer, in a graceful pose. glance at the pouting red mouth he versing with a stranger. Here wasa his tongue, much less wag his pen,

timating that a U. S. naval base "Does it make you feel that way, left behind him.It man who had been places. In spiteof without saying something.-Car-

off the west coast of South Amer- too?" was far from being the first his careless way of talking, she lyle.

ica would make little puppets of the "It's not conducive to time that Larrimore H. Cutter had knew that the world's out of the way

Good Neighbors for all time. frenzied enthusiasm." The studied Jacqueline Anthony. His in- places held a lure for him. The
words were. accented by swift puffs. two of them belonged to the same
The propaganda was successful, terest in her had been roused acci-
and the deal had to be cancelled.It He nodded in the direction of a dentally, but strongly, while idling restless fraternity. Before she quite FOR WOMEN
small enclosed office not far realized it, she was telling him
may be that the Pacific Devel- glass with pipe and 'newspaper in a retired -

opment company will still pursue its away. "I should go over and annoy corner of the lobby, a vantage something of her own desires."
"It's some sort of obsession, was ONLY!
"livestock, fishing, and mining of your stenographer a bit. point that gave him an unimpededview
her explanation. A faraway look
sulphur," as provided in the concession Something in the tone of his voice through the stenographer'sdoor

but President Roosevelt's caused Virgie to look in the same which chanced to be open. had crept into the blue eyes. "I've If you suffer from monthly cramps,
always been that I do read headache, backache, nervousnessand
dream of a Panama defense base is direction. She attempted _a myste After that, Larrimore Cutter grav- way. distress of Irregularities
I find about travel
sunk. rious smile, as she asked the unex- itated instinctively to that same cor- everything can caused by functional monthly dis-
strange lands. I even keep an Pinkham's
"Are sailor turbances-try Lydia
pected question, you a ? ner chair during the many hours he Compound-famous for
old atlas hidden here and look Vegetable
MORE CRACKDOWNSYou "No why?" Cutter did not found it convenient to sit in the lob- away" relieving pain and nervous feelings

can put it down as a certaintythat turn his head as he asked it. by, feeling distinctly annoyed if any- up"I all understand the places.that." of Taken women's regularly-Lydi8Plnkham's"difficult days., "

there will be other OPM crackdowns I "Then you won't get very far one else appropriated his private observation "Do you? Everybody around here Compound helps build up resistance
against such annoying symptoms.
in addition the : After several
to sessions
one post. -
on with her. "
teases me. She smiled. "I don'twonder. Follow label directions. WORTH
'the Chicago "juke-box" firm, for"bootlegging" "I was only thinking of letters. of this furtive watching, he discovered I guess I'm funny." TRYING!

scarce raw materials. Doesn't she take dictation?" that his fanciful reveriesover Jacqueline, unconsciously, had

OPM Priorities Director Donald "Sure! She's a wiz. Sweet kid this shining-haired girl left him adopted Virgie Blake's verdict.

Nelson said nothing about it, but he but funny. I was just tryingto unsatisfied. He was filled with a "It's not funny at all," Cutter objected WNU-7 45-41

has his gimlet eye fixed on a big give you a tip, that's all." Virgie growing desire to make her stoutly. "It's it's tragic."

steel plant, an auto manufacturerand made the explanation a trifle un- acquaintance. He wanted to sit in "What do you mean?" "Today's popularityof
others. Both have been the chair of dictation. He wantedto Loan's Pills after
secretly comfortably."I'm "Just that. The tragedy of youth. many years of worldwide -
thumbing their noses at priority re afraid I don't get it," he ad- hear her voice. And to make Not believing most dreams are pos- use, surely must

strictions.The mitted, taking his pipe from his sure about the color of those eyes. sibilities, until it's too late .- .be accepted satisfactory evidenceof .use.
That bothered him most of alL "
auto maker was called on the mouth. "You're, a long ways from oftentimes. And favorable publicopinion
Nelson He was quick to notice that she' "It's nice of to put it that supports that
carpet by and spent several salt water here. Should I dash over you of the able physicianswho
uncomfortable hours trying to explain and tell her the fleet's in?" never encouraged idle conversationwith way. I'm not so young." test the value of
the unauthorized callers. When she was not oth- "Rot! Look here, Miss Anthony Doan's under exactinglaboratory
purchase ofa
"Don't be like that! I shealmost conditions.
large quantity of strategic materials mean erwise engaged, she read. ." In his zeal, Cutter spoke These physicians, too, approve every wordof
and the action of never gives a customer a Obviously, the solution to it all that name without noticing the sud- advertising you read, the objective of
a parts sub- "
tumble. You know. which is only to> recommend Doan't Pillsas
sidiary selling such supplies. was to walk into that little office den surprise in the blue eyes watch- a good diuretic treatment for disorderof

When the auto executive left OPM" Cutter continued stare at the and ask the girl to take a letter. ing him. "If only you would say to the kidney function, and for relief of

he was red-faced and obviously wor- stenographer as if it were the first Cutter smiled grimly to himself at yourself, over and over and over! the pain more and people worry were it causes.If aware. of how the

ried. time he had chanced to observe her. the notion. He never had dictated 'I'm going to the Bamian Val- kidneys must constantly remove waste L
Very little more than her head and under similar circumstances .' find that cannot stay in the blood without injury
The steel is letters ley Some day, you'd your.
company suspected of to health, there would be better understanding -
secretly filling orders for big shoulders were visible through the would flounder and make a self, there. Don't you see?" of why the whole body suffers
cus- panel. The glow from shad- when kidneys lag and diuretic medication '"
tomers in direct violation of defense glass a complete ass of himself, most likely.So "If I only could. would be more often employed.
requirements, particularly naval. An ed desk lamp shone warmly on her matters stood when he made "But you can!" Burning scanty or too frequent urination -

investigation is now under way. The cinnamon-brown hair, a swirling bob that lucky purchase at the cigar Cutter jerked himself upright. He function.sometimes You warn suffer of disturbed nagging kidney. backache

company has a long history of bat- of shining waves that covered the counter. bent forward until his face was full persistent may headache, attacks of dizziness

tling the government and the fur small bowed head. Apparently, she The next morning, his paper read, in the light. There was a deter- under, getting the up eyes-feel nights weak swelling, nervous, puffiness -

will fly if the suspicions are sub- was reading. he nerved himself to the great ad- mined glint in his dark eyes. His all played out.
stantiated. "Pretty hair," Cutter observed reflectively venture. It still rained. With high lower jaw was thrust forward ag Use Doan't Pills. It is better to rely on

Note: After Nelson's investigatorsfinish around the stem of his resolve, Mr. Cutter strolled resolutely gressively. a medicine than: that on something has won world-wide less favorably acclaim -

with their aluminum inquiries, pipe. into the stenographer's cubicle. "Why do you say that?" was the. known. Ask your neighborlDOAN

they will move into chemicals, where "Gorgeous," Virgie agreed, with "Good morning' he said gruffly. girl's startled reply. "How could I?"

there have been numerous com- commendable enthusiasm. ."She'san Miss Anthony looked up with a "Simple enough. You can marryme. SPILLS

plaints of wholesale disregard of priority awfully cute little somebody. start. A quick gesture and the of- By the way My nameV I

orders. That's why it's a pity she's an oil fending spectacles were removed.She Larry Cutter."

can. sort of." laid them beside the typewrit (TO BE CONTINUED)

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: SUNDAY | pRAYERS are heard ,in heaven eAiiini

ELesson very much in proportion
to our faith. Little faith will .. .

By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST D. D. get very great mercies, but Wouldn't Think So What'll You Give
-ol&GE Dean of The Moody Bible Institute great faith still greater.
of Chicago. "Will you join me in a cup of "What are you taking for your
SCREEN 10By (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) Spurgeon. tea?" dyspepsia?"

VIRGINIA VALE For virtue only of all human things "Will there be room for both of "Make me an offer."
Takes her'r'eivard not from the hands "
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Lesson for November 9 of others.
Not for Him
AFTER Veronica Lake made Virtue herself rewards the toils of The absent-minded fellow stood Mrs. Rinks
went on a day trip to thscounry.
JL\ her screen debut in "I ected Lesson and subjects copyrighted and Scripture by InternationalCouncil texts se- virtue. -Antoninus.If in front of the mirror for two .

"there of Religious Education; used by anger is not restrained, it hours trying to remember where "I'm at a loss to understand your con
Wanted was plenty
Wings, permission. is frequently more harmful than he had seen that face before. duct when we parted," she said to her
of comment about what fashion REPENTANCE AND ,FAITH the injury that provokes it.- husband on her return. "1 said, goody
experts call the "plunging neckline" Seneca.A That's Sure ? to you. Why didn't you say good-by
"/ want to Know what I'm best fitted in response?
of her attire. Veronica'snecklines LESSON TEXT-Luke 15:11-24. wise man loses nothing, if "
for. Should I go to a palmist or a mind "I teas going to, n-at the meek reply,
GOLDEN TEXT-Repent ye, and believe he but save himself. Mon
held the all-time record can "but I checked
he gospel.-Mark 1:15. reader? myself. I was afraid
for plunging;, for a while taigne. "Better choose a palmist-you know you'd accuse me of trying to hate the

they attracted almost as much Sin with its devastating consequences you've got a palm" last word."

attention as Dorothy Lamour's sa has its only remedy in the

rongs. In "This Gun for Hire" the salvation which is in Christ Jesus. I IKEtUily'BAKER
I blonde bombshell is going to give He died to set us free from the pen Il

the clothes-conscious public another alty, the power, and ultimately the

jolt; this time she's going to wear very presence of sin. However, ,His l
tights. The script's to blame-she's death, which was for all mankind,
cast as an entertainer in a night is effective only for those who in
club who does sleight of hand tricks repentance and faith accept His redeeming

and sings, and that seems to call for grace and turn from sin.I. .

tights. That is, it evidently does in Worldly Pleasure Brings Sorrow I

Hollywood. (vv. 11-16). clever eight-pointed star blocks of I
----7: Selfishness is at the heart of sin, which just 20 are required. Diagonal !
Telegraphers are going to have which is essentially self-will over setting is used and with a

more fun than anybody when against God's will. The younger son, narrow border, the size is about
Eleanor Powell does that new tap who represents the' sinner, wanted 90 by 110.
dance in "I'll Take Manila"; to most his own way. He suffered from '

hhhum.. .._ 1. Restlessness Under Restraint Accurate cutting guide with estimated !
(vv. "ll, 12). The father loved his yardages and directions for the Stars of
Stripes Is Z9380 15 cents. The quilting
son and sought his welfare by proper .1.1'I
be either lines
may diagonal cross or a PORTLAND HOFFAAL
parental control, but the boy star motif. Send your order to: GOODMAN'S .1I.1I
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2. A Request Resulting in Responsibility in an attractive quilt which

(w. 12, 13). When the prodigal bears 'the intriguing name-Stars
asked for his inheritance he took of Stripes. You'll be charmed Lincoln''s' Beard,Result
upon himself full responsibility forts with the easy piecing of these Danger in Wit )

use. The man who refuses to Of Little Girl's Suggestion Wit is a dangerous thing, even !

have Christ rule over his life assumes to the possessor, if he know not
A little girl from Westfield N. Y. how to it, Mon Ii
II a grave and heavy burden use discreetly.-
which he is not able to bear.It I Women Are Cooler- I once'wrote Abraham Lincoln a letter taigne.
is an awful thing to rule God as follows:

,, out of one's life, to attempt to steer "I am a little girl, eleven years I
t"2q ,;:.< E ili.::{;:; ':"':" ::::;z; : :w Women are usually cooler than old have little
a successful course through the you any girls
I men not only because of their THE FAMOUS 2 DROP I
, ELEANOR POWELL stormy sea of life. Why, do it? It about as large as I am If you WAY TO GIVE YOUR
lighter-weight clothing but also because

will always result in loss and failure. of their lower metabolic will let your whiskers grow, you HEAD USE AS COLD DIRECTED.THE AIR.
I of us it will be just a swell dance, 3. Riotous Living Leading to.Re- would look a great deal better for USE 2 DROPS OF
but we're told that wireless operators jroach (vv. 13-16)). In.the "far coun- rate, says ,Collier's. A recent series your face'is so thin I must not COOLING, SOOTHING
I of scientific
experiments '
' will read a definite message in ry" he found for a time what we write any more answer this right NOSE I
\ the that, on the average, women's off. Good bye. Grace Bedell." !
taps call "fun, but it led to bitter sor limbs ,
---7.'I' there are three' degrees cooler A few months later,' Lincoln let _I
row. To the flesh are "pleasures ':
,I Paramount's fixed up a bannister of sin" (Heb., 11:25), but they and, their their arms hands four and degrees feet five cooler degrees his beard grow. On one of his ,

cycle for: us-not Barbara Bannister, are only "for a season"; that is, cooler than those of men. trips he passed through Westfield Youth's Dreams i
I:, but the kind that accompanies 'very short lived-and they come and immediately sent for Grace. How beautiful is youth! How ,
stairs. In "Birth of the Blues" six- aigh. 'The devil is ,not such a fool He thrilled her by pointing to his bright it gleams with its illusions, I
A within is the
gift gift new
year-old Carolyn Lee power-dives as to go fishing without bait..' The Christmas gift humidor package beard and saying: "You see-I aspirations, dreams.-Longfellow.
down one, smack into Bing Crosby.In pleasures of sin are the devil's bait, of Prince Albert Smoking Tobacco let those" whiskers grow ,for you,
"The Great Man's Lady" Barbara and they always have a hook in now being featured at local deal Grace.
Stanwyck slides down another, in them. If.you bite at the devil's bait ers. The handsome wrapping of I
crinolines. For "The Wizard of Ar you will soon have the devil's hook this package conceals a real glass GAS ON STOMACH

kansas" Bob Burns shoots the ban ,in your gills and be in the bottom of humidor filled with Prince Albert. I Equal Right I May: excite the Heart action ,
nister chutes, but Burns,' of course, the devil's boat" (John W. Brad The humidor is a welcome gift for At the first sign of distress smart;men and women !
mention depend on Bell-ana Tablets to set gas free.No laxative
is different; he picks up a splinter bury). any pipe-smoker to bat made of the fastest-acting medicines known :
on the way. And this, it is felt, The end of Satan's "fun" road the choice tobacco inside it. Prince The equal right of all men to FIRST for symptomatic TRIAL doesn't relief of prove gastric Bell-ans hyperacidity.better,rctnrn If the '
Albert also is available in the the use of land is as clear as their bottle to as and receive DOUBLE Money Back. 2Sc.
will definitely end the ban 1ister was a pigpen in a far country. That tin
one pound specially wrapped
equal right to breathe the air it
cycle. may not always be literally true (although as a gift. Take care of the pipe- -
I ---7.---'" it happens often enough), but smokers on your Christmas list is a right proclaimed by the fact Worst Fraud
I Richard de Rochemont,' managing it is always true spiritually. ,Men with Prince Albert-The National of their existence. For we cannot The first and worst of all frauds

editor of The March of Time, says, and women are in a state of spiritual Joy Smoke.-Adv. suppose that some men have a is to cheat one's self.-Bailey.Leaf .
that filming "The Story of the Vati collapse and disgrace because right to be in this world, and others

can" was like a vacation. Since they have rejected God's way. But no right.-Henry George. r

1934 he has been chasing film scoops, there is a way out. POOR GRANDMA

and more than once he's escaped II. Godly Sorrow Brings Joy (w. Her children grown up;she has time to enjoy Free, a Grand Cook Book
death by a narrow margin. "At the 17-24). things,but she's worn out from years of Standard Brands, Inc., Dept. W,
Vatican I had a good crew of tech Paul tells us that "godly sorrow work. Old folks often have finicky appetites 691 Washington Street, New York 40 'Cap-Brush'Applicalor, i
nicians, all our locations ware in a worketh repentance to salvation" and may not g t the Vitamin Bl and Iron they, City, have prepared a cook book JUST A makes"BUCK ILAF 40GO
b small area, and there were no intrigues and thus differs from "the sorrow need;Pleasant-tasting VINOL, the modern containing dozens" of delicious DASH IN FEATHERS.. MUCH FAATHCR
tonic combines these and other valuable
or subversive movements of the world" which "worketh recipes for those who bake at OR SPREAD ON ROOSTS
to. be dealt with," says he. death (II Cor. 7:10). The prodigal ingredients.Your druggist has"VTNOL. home. It may be had absolutely

The latest March of'Time is found his way back to the father's free by dropping a post card to
"Sailors With Wings," which traces house. First, there came to him Vanity's Tongue Standard Brands at the above address Old May Learn
the development of the navy's air 1. Remembrance and Realization Egotism is the tongue of vanity. requesting that it be mailed It is always in season for old
service and how it operates in part (vv. 17-19). He began to think. If Chamfort. to you.-Adv. men to learn.-Aeschylus.THEX .
nership with the fleet it's vital and
; men and women could only be madeto
absorbing, one of those pictures that think we would have more repentance

you won't want to. miss. but Satan tries to keep I
them too busy to think. He remembered I
II The manager of an RKO theater what he had as a son in hisfather's
I on Long Island heard patrons imitating household. What memories
the voice of the RKO Pathe will your boy have in his hour of HAVE SUCH
I, rooster so often that he finally arranged need? You are writing that record A WELCOME
I a contest and let them crow now.
I for cash and poultry; several hun 2. Repentance and Return (w. FLAVOR. I NEVER YOU AND MEBOTH.

dred persons mounted the stage and 20, 21). To repent means to change GET 77RED OF CAMELS

crowed like mad. your mind, to turn your life in an SMOKING CAMELS ARE /WILDER TOO-
''I : "about_ ___. face" from. sin' tn find.. Repentance ,
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I: ,Glenn Ford almost sailed off to calls for more than think I LESS NICOTINE

;,i I I distant ports kthe other day as a way ing or talking or praying. One must //N THE SMOKE
of getting into the, right mood for act. The young man "arose and
"Martin Eden," his next picture. came to his father." That was his

: He was just stepping on board a part, and then came the father's3. -
::1' .freighter, believing that its next stop Restoration and Rejoicing (vv.
I was San Francisco, when a produc- 22-24). The son expected to return
lion assistant raced to the dock and as a hired servant, but his father
stopped him. He wanted to sign on restored him to full family fellow

as a seaman and see what it was ship. God is gracious, and the repentant
like. But-five minutes later the sinner finds himself clad in

freighter sailed,for Honolulu. the spotless robe of Christ's righteousness
The radio scoop of the year is the ship, with shoes on his feet, so that
signing of Shirley Temple to do four he may go on the errands of his
programs for one of the big watch Father.
manufacturers. For the first time God's plan of salvation brings no

in her career she'll be on the air half-way redemption. There are no than the average of the 4 other largest-selling cigarettes

regularly-Friday evenings, December stepsons or distant relatives in His tested-less than of them-according to independent
5 to 26, 10 to 10:30, Eastern family. It is a full salvation which any
Standard Time, on CBS. She will brings glbrious fellowship in life and scientific tests of the smoke itself!

do a series of four Christmas pro service.

grams, in which she will sing and You' who are ,still eating the husks T _THE CIGARETTE
present Christmas playlets, and her of this world who are in the far CAME
salary for the month's work will be country tending swine, we invite you L OF COSTLIER TOBACCOS
$50,000. Radio sponsors have been too to come to God and share in the
pursuing the young star for years reioic in the Father's house. I

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..:.. v .i' GREATEST SHOW Tigers To PlayEverglades

Published every Friday in Clewiston, ..::.. TOO LATE TO i ON EARTH WILL '
Fh rid t, by the CLEWISTON NEWS i Tonight
'TttC. il v 4 '
.'. i HEAD THIS WAY -'
.:. CLASSIFY :_ I The Clewiston Tigers' will play
IU .\TnLE1' BOWDE.V, Editor .:. + I a return
: game with Everglades
.:; .:. Hinglin -narnum & Bailey Circus I six-man football team here

Cnterrd as second class mail matter ... : To Exhibit In Nearby, and will be out to" tonight

Clowfston February ,1,Florida 1927, at, under the Pest the Office Act of in :oiII :-: By RUSSELL KAY i:_. City 14:Joss which they'suff avenge red an at the 18-

March '3, 1897..Nulmorljitlon .'. Collier, County city two weeks ago.
II.:. President Florida With ilr. and Mrs. Gargantua, The:
Press AssociationMy =:: game' Is scheduled to begin

Rate $2.00 Per Year.Adertlnlns ..::...:..:..:..:..:..:--:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :....:..:..:.....................................................,.........................'.........!.....................;'. the Great gorilla, the couple world's, 'as most its super publicized I at game,8:00.is and a close, hard-fought
.1 | assured from the close score
Hates On Application. friend Dinty Dennis, directorof state, all would benefit. It would feature, the Ringling Bros. ,and,i,oft their first game.
the Metropolitan Miami Fishing bring thousands of'' additional Barnum' & Bailey Circus will. ''exhibit ;I The Tigers tied Jupiter In then

Demoted to the advancement and' welfare Tournament, recently called my attention tourists here and result In I inVest Palm Beach o 1 return game there last Friday 6-6
of Clewiston and Hendry County, to the splendid work be- ed revenueslor State, increas-I Thursday, November 20, bringingto I but' it was a far different team than

ing done by the Dade County Conservation cities. II that city 1,600 people, 50 elephants -j I that which was routed by the

Council in transforming "'Good Fishing" is "Good Busi '' 1,009'"menagerie animals i Tigers in the, first game of the sea-
.f.. .? MEatl3ER =: ".:;rkORIDA the ':slimy, weed-choked drainage ness." and 'hundreds of horses. The per-' son 58-20. ,
PRESS,$OCRf'o.inow.EDITORIALASSOClmON: \\ ''; ,...
'a \ ditches into beautiful streams of formances will start at 2:15 and | -r
V VAt ) clear' flowing water, through the 8:15 p. m., with the doors open at All other games scheduled for

.' 1941 I removal of hyacinths, weeds and 1 and 7 p. m.,, admitting the public -( this local season will be played on the

trash.Because. LETTERS TO EDITOR to the radically re-styled menagerie ( gridiron each Friday night
long last we've discovered a [ these canals and ditches gorilla tent, horse fair and Thanksgiving afternoon with the

way to conserve paper. We'll make I had been allowed to clog, thou- U. S. big top-all re-designed by NormanBel ;' Moore Haven. game with
out of the 'sands of game fish died each year Naval Air Station, Geddes, of New York World's.
newspaper wrappers ,
of these voluminous govern* :during the low water period and Jacksonville, Florida, : Fair Futurama fame. I I'
pages ," FIREMEN WIN ,
October 25, 1941.
relent releases instead of throwing the streams were just about de- Among the outstanding featuresare '

them in the wastebasket. Mayb pleted of bass, bream and crappie. Mr. Keathley Bowden, : the new ''fairyland fantasy! I I 'The''Firemen's bowling team took

subscribers will have enough time Sports" fishermen,' in disgust, quiteventrying The News., "Old King Cole and Mother Goose,'",,1' tw6'ames out of three in a match
to read them. and the word went out Clewiston, Fla. designed and costumed by Bel' played' Tuesday '
T Alderman's
'. 'I'.t that fishing in the canals of the Geddea with ensembles staged by,, -
Dear Mr. Bowden: I II bowling alleys.
'glades area was just "a waste of the famous Albertina Rasch
Hol- t
.N N N :..:N:N N..:N N N yN.. Ladles' high 'score last
1: M:N: N:N :N : : :N:N:N:N: have week
: time: been reading the Navy lywood and 'New York musical went' to Mrs: T. C. .Musgrave with
sEfl Roman, Fishing Editor of Recruiting ads appearing in various show dance director; Alfred Court's 157 and she had

RAMBLINGS.. ': the Miami Herald, contended thatif papers with a great deal of interest.If three mixed groups of almost every with a 177. Junior.recently. Waters won high was
the, streams were kept clean and you feel that the following wouldbe known specie, appearing simultaneously high for
men last week with a 210.
By, B. B., I restocked, these waterways would of interest 'to your readers, in three steel arenas the

.....................................................................-......................... become a real sportsmen's paradise, please feel free to publish It. It new Birdland aerial ballet, starring Scouts To
-.1 I, and largely at his irsistence the may result in great benefit to some Elly'' Ardelty and costumed by Max HQldWeekEnd

Chief interest of the week centerson I, Miami Rod and Reel Club undertook worthy young'' men 'in our commun Weldy of Paris; the many aerial
Riddle Field where the fint I'the i task of clearing them. Hun- ity. and novelty acrobatic troupes from Camporee

group of RAF cadets completed 1 I!dreds of sportsmen contributed $5 Just about three months ago, South America, headed by' the three

their primary training Saturday and each to further the work and to on July 22 'to be exact, I made a famous Flying DiegoFernandezacts .Boy Scouts of Moore Haven,

consequently had their first few date twenty-five miles along the decision to offer my services to ; the, new high school and lib Clewiston, Felda and LaBelle will

!free days in America. They scattered Miami Canal have been cleaned. Uncle Sam. At the same time, I erty horse offerings, headed by hold a district camporee the .coming -'

pretty widely and seized the Just as Roman predicted, the was equally determined to get Into Viscomte Roberto Vasconcellos, the week-end at Palmdale picnic

opportunity to see a bit, of Flor- fishing improved as the work. pro- a branch of the service where f famous Riding Christians; the great 11 grounds. Plans are being made for

ida before returning to begin a gressed. Not only did 'bass, bream might benefit''myself.. 1 Truzzi, juggler; the three FlyingCon religious ''services to be held Sun-

new course Wednesday. and crappie become plentiful but, You cello troupes,' with Antoinette.In day afternoon.
guessed it I joined the I
The boys must have found a great attracted by the fresh clean water, Navy! all, 800 performers. Members of the scout leaders'

deal that was attractive in FortMyers baby tarpon, snook and other vari- organization of the district will join

during their week-end there eties of salt water fish began -to Chief 'Hull, Navy Recruiter at with the Scouts for enjoyment, of

recently,' for they have returned make inquisitive journeys to ,the 'Miami, Florida, game me some good & Foster : the occasion. '
whenever they could find a free interior and many fishermen got the 'advise and I followed it. I am now Ehney .

Sunday or week-end, which hasn't thrill of their lives hooking these at the Naval Air Station in Jacksonville PAINT CONTRACTORS = ,, '.' 'Bob. Wilbur, former public relations -

:been often for any of them. fighting fish on light casting rods Florida, under 'instruction Sprayer Fo'r Furniture Painting, director of the Florida

One of them returned with $25"worth or fly tackle. for. duty with Aviation Ground Floor Sanding = 'Citrus Commission, will become
of silk hose. All of them Few '''people ever stop to realize Crews. Phone 69 Free Estimates. 'commercial manager for radio station -

:have been buying: such items to take what' "good fishing" means to a No, I had no previous experience. :, WLOF at Orlando this week.

back to England with them. We community or section. The world Hundreds of Florida boys, inexper-

Understand silk hose is a gift par is full of folks who like to fish, ienced like, myself-, are here with I

excellence in England now. If so, and for the most part these sports- me. The studies I am following .'

this lad will make many a feminine men are liberal spenders. They may not take me into ,the air, but : .. I

heart happy with :his ,$25 worth. comet by train, plane and car for I'll be on the ground, "KEEPING L'This :
'Can it be 'there, are. ''quintuplets- : an opportunity 'to' pit' their skill THEM FLYING.. ",, ._ I I 'i announcement is not to be construed an offer to sell,or as a'solicitation
his family? iecs ities-hereia mentioned. .'
these of an offer"to buy'the
against game members, of the finny Some of days I'll be comparing ,
On Saturday a group of new tribe.. notes with my friends I : .. t

'Cadets arrived via ACL to begin left behind in Hendry County, and '
Stopping at hotels '
good they patronize I
their training. Only recently from local merchants, purchasing have a hunch many of them will be United States Sugar Corporation,
England the boys were brought directly
sportswear, expensive tackle, saying, "I Wish I Had Joined the
to Canada and thence on gasoline and oiI.-and they usually Navy When You Did." CLEWISTON, ,, FLORIDA. '.\

South by way of New York to stay as long as the "fishin' is Naturally, a few months from { .. :

Florida. They were still wearing good." Each season this type of now, special schooling such as I II To the Stockholders :. ,
long woolen undies, and ,heavy ,
sportsman leaves millions of dol- am setting may not be so easy to 'J'
RAF uniforms when they reached -
lars in the state. get in the Navy. }
Statement the
Clewiston and each had a [ ''I Registration covering offering
But even the chap who comes ina If this letter should result in I .
knapsack and a blanket under his I. of. 200,000 shares Series A. 6.4% Cumulative
one recruit for this Great j
trailer or puts up at a tourist just more
:arm.They looked -much more com- camp and does' his fishing with a Navy of Ours, I shall feel that I Participating Preferred Stock is now effective.

cane pole usually proves to be a have done just a little more than I
fortable next day when they were Prospectus covering such offering and the
profitable investment having offered services.
for the com- my
equipped with the informal cadet
thereof has been mailed to all stockholders
: ,
munities From Hendry County Cracker
attire-khaki gabardine shirt and that cater to him. one .
I who knows a good thing when of record.
trousers and black tie. The new Fishermen are hobbiests and they
, cadets wear a belt of yellow web- love to tell of their experiences.Let hei sees. it, I am,

ting as a distinguishing mark. them haye the thrill of catch- Very sincerely yours, WILLIAM T. BITTING,

(Sort of a misplaced rat cap.) ing a 40-pound tarpon on a light JAMES ALLEN DAVIS, Secretary
rod or landing 'a 10-pound black Seaman 2nd Class, U. S. Navy. I October 30, 1941.

The American Red Cross is our bass with a fly rod, and they can HOME ADDRESS:

agent for relief in event of all types I!I be depended upon to tell the world Box 473,

of disaster, and when such a disaster 'about it. Pop-eyed listeners make Clewiston, Fla: ,
or emergency faces us we respond mental notes and at the first opportunity I

generously with whatever aid you will find them down'
Is within our power. The Red here trying their ,luck and ,hoping REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME I j

''Cross begins its annual Roll Call that they will have a bigger tale to I ---- I
campaign next Tuesday. Member- tell 'when they get home. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned ,"
ship is $1.00 per year. Half of During the past few years several under the provisions of |
this money goes into the local communities catering to tourists Chapter 20.933.; Laws of Florida, Acts ,, ; 4 iI I
of 1941. will register with the Clerkof I I = : ..
chapter treasury and half of it to have conducted to ir 1
surveys determine the Circuit Court, In and for Hen- '. 1
national headquarters. There are what brought them the most dry County, Florida, upon receipt of ;/le .
of of this notice, = -
Indeed few, if any, of us who cannot tourists and what interests the the proof fictitious publication name, to-wlt ",::1" :','

afford to give one dollar for winter visitor. In almost every '''Thompson 'Motor Parts I ", ',:: .. ,
( .
busi- '
under which I am engaged
the privilege of helping such a case "Fishing" stood, at the top of ness at Clewiston, Florida. That the
llUm: nit rian organization in its the list. It appeals to all ages and party interested in said business is I
-work. Watch for the Roll Call as follows ,
all classes. Women are as' ardent n. L. THOMPSON: i iI
Tvorkers, and don't wait to' be asked "fishermen" as men in many; in- I City of Clewiston. County of Hen- I
just hand them jour member- stances. dry Florida 'Oct. 10, 1941. I _:
290-Nov. 7-14-21-28 !
ship ,dollar. The State Conservation authorities -i Roll Call BeginsNext
have been trying: to do a job,
And now if one comes to Clew- but politics and lack of funds have NOTICE OF IVI'KVHOV TO

iston by train, he may arrive in a proved a handicap to the end that REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME ,

Pullman and be met by a taxi at many of our lakes and streams today Tuesday
the station. Who said this was a are depleted. Game laws are not Notice is hereby given that the undersigned !
rural area? under the provisions of t %.
rigidly enforced nets I
; and traps are Chapter 20,953, Laws of 'Florida, Actsof *%.%.%*%.V*%*%.V.%*\.V/MWV.%*%+%
still used illegally; game wardensare 1941, will register with the Clerkof t
Jukes In Glades few and far between and con- the Circuit Court, in and for Hen-
dry County, Florida, upon receipt of Your membership dolJal-
victions are rare. proof of publication of this notice,
., By Judge The Dade County Conservation the fictitious name, to-wit: ,
Elite Cafe and Grocery
Council and the Miami Rod and under which I am engaged in busi- will help
Moore Haven night life was Reel Club are doing a great work ness at ,Clewiston (Harlem. That the carlyona
darkened last night by an order party interested in said business is
not alone for their own section but
by Circuit Judge George White- for the state as a whole. They are as follows: ''G. \S'. JONES great work.1WW {.
burst closing all the "jukes" in paying out of their City of Clewiston, County of Hen-
own pockets
dry, Florida, November 3, 1941.
'Glades County. There were only further a conservation program that 289-No\". 7-14-21-28. *:*WWWWV*:*W*:. *
two, both located near Moore Haven. rightly belongs to the State. Dade t

'They' were the' Circle Inn and the County and all Florida owe them a 'E DON'T FAIL TO JOIN .
debt of gratitude and should lend --
"Theywere closed as nuisances on"an every aid and encouragement.Other CLEWISTOX ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:.

injunction 'sought by State At- sections of the state would j
torney Clyde Wilson. The state do well to profit by: their example. :

attorney said that he had many If sportsmen, business men, chamber Anything in Plumbing' Fixtures i CLEWISION fiOLF COURSE

"complaints from Moore Haven of commerce officials and political Prompt. Efficient1*' Service I':
townspeople who charged that the
leaders would unite on a state-
places were disorderly and frequented wide effort to REALLY protect and ,PETER CIInISTE SEN, Mgr. I

by women of ill repute. conserve "sports fishing" in this ,

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r. I -- much to keep one in paint and I A. F. of L., the C. I. 0., the Rail
powder. road Brotherhoods
and numerous

i 'NAVY TRADE, TRAINING GAVE ME MY START" SOCIETYMrs. DEFENSE BOND QUiZ III country other labor have groups endorsed all the over Pro-the

Okerstrom went to Tampa gram.

SAYS PRESIDENT SPERRY, CORPORATION this past week-end. She brought NOTE.-To buy Defense Bonds
back her husband, who has been and Stamps, 'go to the nearest post

ill. Q. What can I do to help my office, bank, or savings 'and loan
Lester Jacobs was in Moore Haven -, son' who has just entered military association; or write to' the Trea-'
S J;ly at I last Friday night.
service? surer of the United States, Wash:
'y 1 Everyone (we hope) is going to ington,' D. C. Also Stamps now are
:> v xII Ibe I at the Clewiston High School A. Your boy must be clothed, on, sale at most retail stores.

for the "SADIE HAWKINS DANCE"this fed, and supplied with the latest ..
Saturday night. equipment. This requires money.
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Buy a Defense Savings Bond and

II LIBRARY_ u XEWS, help, the Government to equip your J. M. COUSE.

The library tables have been re- son. Counselor and Attorney at 'Law
paired and varnished by the agri-
: : Q. What is labor's attitude toward Hopkins. Building
culture boys, supervised by Mr.
the Treasury's Defense Sav-
Wednesdays and Saturdays
I: Padgett, their instructor.They ings Program?
look very nice. We are all proudof I 0:30 to 4:00

our library. A. Strongly cooperative.. The

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THOMAS MORGAN (pictured in insert) president of ,,. n dr.' -

the Sperry Corporation, world's, largest :manufacturers of /

aeronautical >and marine instruments, received ,his early,

technical training in the U. S. Navy, in which he enlisted

of great value to me,in later
a young man. "This has proved a-t 1 i' .CY:::;,
years.",said ex-sailor Morgan. Pictured above are new,Navy ,

recruits receiving electrical.training at one of the modernly

equipped Navy Trade Schools. The Navy offers training to GA 1.'r7p

'young men in nearly 50 different trades and vocations. #:: 1Pi j I
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<4C, cbool_jews > The fifth grade Garden Club

planted four rose bushes in their
THE STAFF :garden plot and, will plant pink : II'r

Barbara Broadfoot _....._ Humor :and white baby's breath next week. -

Mauryne 'Prewitt ...... Chief Reporter I ,-

Jeanne O'Xeill ...__...._.__._ Society',! 6TH.GRADE,.'GARDEX CLUB
Juanita Burkett ..........._... Faculty,'
Dorothy Knight ...__...._ Sketches I 'The boys of the 6th grade J
Barnard Leiter and I:den Club"planted eight' rose Gar-I '".; ,

Kemper: Bond ..._..._......._ Sport [:Monday. Four in the girls
Marianne Jones ...._...._..._ Clubs :I and ,four in the. boys. Their < ; ,. "
Jimmy,, Paul ..._..........__ Reporter Irepresent'; the ,Garden Club colors, I '

Gloria McDuffie, ._........ SpecialtiesClass red and white. Other rose bushes II I \ t'crr ,;" "
Reporters are being planted in other plots. I II : ,
Betty McDuffie, Philip McLeod, + 1
Gloria McDuffie, Beulah Guthrie. I BIOLOGY CLUB 1
i"L : .
The 'Biology Club went on a fishing '
trip Monday on Devil's Garden
FOOTBALL (!road. We all had fun even, though I Iatsi
Tigers'and Jupiter Tie 'GiG' Sonny fell in 'a 'sanijspur': ::patch. LUBRICATES ;UPPER: CYLINDER and 'VALVES
The Clewiston Tigers in their Norma- stepped in hot grease, Dot '

last game from home which was fell in the water, Miss Humble lost INCREASES. :; POWER'' ,. SAVES.. WEAR. ... : .
played at Jupiter last' Friday tied her fish hooks and Gloria, didn't -

the score with a much improved !catch any fish but we all got back .
I H' '''" > '
Jupiter team. (In the- game against'I I in one piece. and hope to go again

Jupiter season the at the Tigers first over week of the the I'suon. Mary Mathis. I .:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.....:..:;.:..:..:..:+:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:.-.:...:.-.:...:..:..:...:...:...:,:...:....:..:....:...:...:....:...:...:..:...:..
ran .. .
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The- -
Tiger lineup'was: : Center, 7TH GRADE GARDEX NEWS .s'.s.. .
Perry; right end, Waldron left +Y
yy .
end, Pape;' right half, Cantrell; I The seventh grade .elected Gil- :ss: 10'- .. f
left half, ;Belcher; fullback,, Mar :bert. McLeod as captain of the +.;. <: ,'-,' :s:)::
tinez. football game last Monday. The .=". .:. ENJOY AN" :yh;:::

Martinez made the touchdownfor :boys selected permanent places on .yy.... '...
the Tigers. ;the field. The game was betweenthe :;::: :;:::
: ..
After the game they ate at Mor- 5th and 7th. The 7th won .'i";..!' '; I ALL ELECTRIC = .i...s..
rison's in West Palm Beach, attended 270.The ....' j ..s'.._.
the Palm Beach-Stuart 7th grade bought some- roses, :::::: ::;
game, and returned home. for the garden. ; .
n HOME .> .
This Friday night they play Ever- Mary Ruth Johnson. 's. .;..{.
glades here, and we expect a large I's" :' ::::::
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crowd of townsmen to attend the ; : -
/ 6TH GRADE NEWS y1.S":4 AR, ...
game. It starts at 8 p. m. so don't I ;
be late. i' Tuesday, November 4, 1941, a ,:"S4' .'zt...s..

f' ,cents The for tickets adults, have and gone remain to thirty the new way boy from blew Williston.into our His room name all the is :'s":::!: Electricity is the modern servant; a servant that :;::

same for the students. The raise Wallis Warmack. :;::: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the' :;::;:
was'' due. to the Federal tax.Barnard Somehow or other, Tuesday was
efficiently :
; Leiter. very unlucky for us because we had
-- to stay in and study History! .... :.
and II ..
: 7TH GRADE NEWS "-w A warning to Alfred and Yvonne, .;" ;. ..

We have started an honor system -don't. ride on the,.school ground or :it_: : One penny will toast 26 crunchy slices of toast, or ::...
in our room. That is
I t time a person talks he takes his Doris Strickland. .* give your eyes two hours of safe reading light or operate :::
I !' own name. It is working just is 'i ;
I fine. ASSEMBLYThe I; ::::: your radio for most of a day-and-ELECTRICIT-Y ::::

students listened to a very :_:i:. one thing that gets cheaper the more of' it that you use. **.

'Well, let's get off the old subject Mr.interesting John Hay lecture of this Eustis morning, Florida.by :?:!:i: That is why it is so easy to have and enjoy a home I :j jb ii::.:

M. Y. and, J. M. and start a He was originally from Scotland !I I't.:. .s"_
hat is all electric and modern. ::: :
new one. Who shall it be? Should'we and has spent many years with his ::::: ,i,3. I
take D., P. and B. J. P. They wife, in Africa doing mission work. Y.e, h
j say we don't know anything about He told us there were-- 240 tribesin Yy .s.i .:z.
them. Should we tell on them or northern Nigeria each speakinga .?.1 ft
not? It might cause a lot of em- different dialect. We also found '
barrassment. So we will keep quiet out many other of their customs' :i:: ELECTRICITY IS YOUR CHEAPEST SERVI, ;:;:

just one more week. with regards to such things as yy vyyY ?yyy
"P. S.-Are :you the type who death their reception of the mis- L YY

carries your feelings on your sionaries and every-day living.As :::;: ANT-USE IT EXTRAVAGANTLY. ::;::5_;:
shoulders? If so beware and don't! a sort of entertainment, he 's' s' : :
I show it because if you do you gave us a few of the scriptures yy v yvty ?
translated into their vernacularand :- ?y.
might be the very one to make the .t'
front page. I think there will be no more ..:!s' .: YYy :
"griping" as to the study of Eng-I 'YY. .
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Gloria McDuffie. YYty
Apparently the most. serious YY yyIi -
member of the senior class Is I .
:Hager Lowe. He has definitely ,del DID YOU KNOW :
l( cided to become a minister.Hager I That the mind is like the stom- Glades Power and Light Co. ilY
: was born in Zolfo Springs, Florida, ach? It is not how much you put
11n it that counts, but how much it YYY
on April 22, 1924. He came to YYY
Clewiston as a babe in' arms. He digests. .YY...
musicians who invented ..... : :
has That the
started to school here and remained .:. 's"!'
f become one of our loyal swing ought to. .v?.
seniors. to We wish Hager great That a .ship is always referredto \\.s..S.................................................'.................................................. '.............. ..................'.....................r..._.............. .....:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..::::-OO.. .
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;success in his ministrial work. as a ;"she" because it cost so :.:.::..:..:..:..:.:.:.:. .:.:..:.:..:..:..:..:.:..:.:..:.:.:.:..:.:.:.:..:.:..:.:.:.:..:..:.: ..:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:..:.:.:..:.:.:.:..:.:..:..:..:..:.:.: : :00-' r


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or from said ,Company, in the lands NOTICE OF INTENSION'' TO Elvira Princess Avery, his :wife, GaleSburg NEIj of SEW and SE% of NEM
LEGAL NOTICES described herein, to-wit, W% of N'V} I REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Illinois; McQulllen of SEand NW% of NE;; of.
or Section 33, Township 46 bouth, and Francis McQuillen his wife, 7305 SEtf and NE% of NE# of SEtf,
Range 34 East Hendry County, Flor- TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Vlnceinnes, Avenue Chicago, Illi- and ,SWi/i of SE4 and NWi of
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned nois; Bushey and R. L. Bushey SE i4. and WIZ of N\\r-Jj ,and SEu i
NOTICE or; TE\TIOV TO ida.You and all parties under the provisions of her husband, Castlewood, South of SEVL and E% of SWIj of
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAIETO and 'each of under you from you, I Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts Dakota; Edmonds and Thos. Section 21 andV! and NE%
claiming Interests otherwise or in the of 1941 will register with the Clerkof F. Edmonds her husband, 1903 15th and SEH in Section 291; and W%
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: or either of you, or are the Circuit Court, in and for Hen- Street, N. W., Washington, D. C.; of NWi, and NE>4 of SEi/i and -
in this order,
Notice Is herebygiven that the undersigned of lands described that suit Was been dry County, Florida, upon receipt of Chynoweth, and BenJ F. NE14 of NEft and NW'A of SE A
under the provisions hereby notified a. court proof of publication of this notice, Chynoweth, her husband, Houghton, and W'-4 of SW# and SWVi of
Acts above
Chapter, 20,953, Laws of Florida, instituted in the styled to the fictitious name, 'to-wIt: Michigan; -. Tyler and J. Ed NEU and SEtf. of NE% of Sec-
Clerk named complainant,
of 1941. will register with the by the above Clewiston Appliance Store her tion
Tyler, husband, The :Mation NO 33. All In Township 46
of the Circuit Court, in and for Hen- require you and each of you to ,exer- under which in business 5 H W N.
of of redemption in and we are engaged W., Washington, D. C.; South. Range 31 East, Hendry
dry County. Florida, upon receipt cise your right from at Clewiston, Florida. That the Clark and Fred R. Clark, her County, Florida,
proof of publication oftthis notice, tho to the following described lands parties Interested in said business are husband, Birmingham. Alabama; OttoA. and
to have
described the
fictitious name, certain tax liens and tax sales follows Patzwald, right of the several
as : and Patzwald,
bill of complaint filedIn defendants in and to the several and
Sales the
Tractor In
Hydraulic E. Bl. CORVETTE his wife, if alive, and If they or respective
which we are engaged In busi- this cause, to-wIt: parcels and tracts of land
under I M. S. WRIGHT either .of them be dead, all parties
ness at Clewigton, Florida. That the All Sections 10 and 12; W% of I City of Clewiston County of Hen- claiming interests under the ,said defendants which owned, the or said claimed defendants by or in and to

parties interested In said business are SE* of Section 5VVs of N\VI,4 dry,' Florida, October 14, 1941. or either' of them so deceased assert a right respectively -
as follows: of Section ,33, all in Township 46 ] Oct. 17-24-31, Nov. 7. ; Cora French Williams and D. of redemption completely -
BLITZ CMAir 34 East Hendry foreclosed and barred, ,and,
South Range H Williams, her husband. If alive, therefore:
E. M. COHXETTn County, Florida, and if they or either of them be dead, hereby you and each of you, are
City of Clewiston, County of Hen- and it further appearing that serviceof NOTICE OF INTENTION TO all parties claiming interests under required to fjle'with the
October 22, 1941. REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Clerk of said Court your written ap-
dry, Florida. process cannot be had upon you the said defendants or, either of themso pearance
No. 283-Oct. 24-31 Nov. 7-14. under the laws of the State of Flor- deceased (personally, or by attorney),
.. In,said suit on Monday, the 1st
ida, except by order of publicationand TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: of
relief being sought in said cause Notice is hereby ,given that the un- You and each of you are hereby 'first A. D. 1941, being the
to requne to exer- of notified that a suit in Chancery has and Rule Day In said
against you you dersigned, under the provisions
TO month, and
INTENTION thereafter
01< been file with said
NOTICE in and brought against you in the
redemption ,
cise your ,rights :Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida, Acts Clerk
REGISTER, FICTITIOUS NAME described be Circuit Court for Hendry County, your written defenses, if any,
to the above or 'of 1941 will register with the Clerk to the
bill of
forever _barred and foreclosed of .all f of the Circuit Court, in and for Hen- Florida, by George W. Whitehurst for complaint In said suit
at the time
WHOM IT the, prescribed by law
TO rights of redemption therein, receipt of : purpose of requiring the defen- ; or a
dry County, Florida,
upon decree
that the undersigned will be
Notice is hereby given of THIS IS, THEREFORE, to ,requireyou I!proof of publication of this notice, dants to redeem the hereinafter described and entered against you
the provisions and all of
under and each of you, and all persons I:the fictitious to-wit: I lands from the lien of taxes ;you by default.It .
Acts name, I
'Chapter :20,953.! Laws of Florida.Clerkof claiming Interests under or I Blue Chip Bar and Pool Parlor- and tax sales described in the bill of Is 'hereby ordered that this notice
of 1941 will register :with the Hen- or either of you or under which we are engaged in business I complaint, or be barred and fore- be published once a 'week for four
the Circuit Court, in and receipt for ofYlctttiouspnametitowit and appear to the said bill from'YOU'I: at Clewiston, Florida. That the' closed of all right. title and interest consecutive weeks in the Clewiston
dry Countj. therein, to-wit: News a newspaper having
this notice, the plaint Monday parties interested in said business. ,are general
day nDecemberbefore-, A. D. 1941. as follows: circulation in Hendry County, Flor-
: NWtf and W% of SEtf and Ida. -
thereafter to file your written defenses EL.MERV.. WIIITFIELD .
Clewiston Wrecking Company with the Clerk of said Court, WILLIAM It. PERRY SWi and WIZ of NE',1 and SEtf. WITNESS 'my hand and seal of said
under 'which we are engaged in business of NEB and NE> of Court at LaBelle
4 of
NEii Henffry
the in, default of which the, allegationsof City of Clewiston, County of Hen- County
at Clewlston, Florida. That the bill of complaint will be takenas dry, Florida, October" 23, 1941., Section 5; and 'VJh of W% of Florida, this 30th day of October; A.
Interested in. said! business ,are SE% of D. 1941.
parties confessed by you and each of you, No. 282-Oct. 31, Nov. Jll21.IN NWH and EI{ W% of .
as follows, : and complainant allowed to proceed SEi4 of NWU and W'/2 of W% (SEAL) WILLIAM 'T. HULL
BLITZ "EG\IAS! In said cause ex parte.It of NE i of N\Vlj and EY.z of E%. Clerk Circuit Court, Hendry
E. M. CORVETTE is hereby ordered that this noticebe of NE4 of >NWi and W% of County, Florida. '
City of Clewiston Count of Hen- published once a' week for four THE CIRCUIT' COURT IN AND SE% of NE& and WIz of S\Vy No. 284-Oct. 31, Nov. 7-14-21.
Florida October 22,. 1941. FOR HENDRY COUNTY, FLOR-, and Wof q
dry; consecutive weeks in the Clewiston NW% and NW of .
No 284-Oct. 24-31. Nov, 7-14. I Ia News a newspaper having generalC11"Cullltlon IDA.GEORGE.- NE ,i and SEi/t of SEyt, all in ,

in Hendry County. Florida. Section 9; and All Section 10; -3
-- -- --WITNESS--my hand and seal of said W. WHITEHURST, and All of Section 12; and All of

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Court at LaBelle, Hendry County I I'I Complainant' i Section 17; and SW& of NE% Subscription .$2.00 Per Year

REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Florida, this 31st day' of October, A. vs. CARROLL, JOINED BY ,HIS ,and SE& of NE& and SWof

D. 1941. WIFE. MARY LEE CARROLL, et al., I

Notice Is hereby given that the ,undersigned Clerk Circuit Court, Hendry Defendants: I.. . . .. . : .
under the provisions of County, Florida. ORDER OF PURIFICATION .i.NNNMNIM. . .NNNNNN.NNNNNNNN.INN, .NN. .NN, .NHN. .N....N.N.H.N.N.N.M.N.:N.....NNNNN. .. .N..N..N..N..
Chapter 20,953. Laws of Florida, Acts No. 283-Oct. 31, Nov. 7-14-21. THE 'STATE OF FLORIDA:, : ._:.

of 1941, will register with the Clerk To the defendants herein: ._.
of the Circuit Court, in and for Hen- Carroll and Mary Lee Carroll, his wife, 2 "

dry County,. Florida, upon receipt of NOTICE OF 'INTENTION TO c/o Brune, Parker, .Carey- & Gans, .:.' .
proof of publication of this notice, the REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Baltimore, Maryland; Pierce,
fictitious name, to-wit and Robert Pierce, her ,husband.. To-' ..
Store peka, Kansas Campbell, andC. ,
Ben Franklin TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: ; ..
under which I am engaged in busi- Notice is hereby given that the undersigned P. Campbell. her husband Owosso
ness at Clewiston. Florida.' That the under the provisions of Michigan; Wood and D., O. yI .
in said business is Wood, her husband 307 Osage Street .r
party interested Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts I ..
as followsELIIERTA: of 1941, will register with the Clerkof Manhattan, Kansas; Rebm; .y..
WIIIDDEN the Circuit Court, in and for Hen- and E. N. Rehm her husband, 353 W.., ...
City of Clewiston, County of- Hen- dry County. Florida, upon receipt of 29th Street, Chicago; Illinois; j.. t
dry, Florida; October 24, 1941. proof of publication this ;notice, the Furness and Alfred' A. Furness, her .... 1 _
co. 281-Oct. 24-31, Nov. 7-14. to-wit husband 938 N. Lawler Avenue, Chi- !I''' ..I
fictitious name, : -
\ IM
( Gulf Service Station I! cago, Illinois;, Bartels and I.i. THERE 15 .

l p- I under which I am engaged in business Charles A. Bartels, her husband, 4746 ... CALIFORNIA NAMED ..-I..f." x
Virginia, Avenue, Chicago, Illinois;
, at Clewiston, Florida. That the .i.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Hinman and Richard F. Hin- i e D P ..
said business Is S
interested in as e .
party ..
REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME follows man, her husband, Chicago. Illinois;; -' .
:Kammer and Joseph Kam- :(
TO WHOM IT MAT CONCERN: mer her husband, 1630 Coventry Rd, -
of Clewiston, County of Hen-
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned City Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. Francis Korns, i
dry, ,Florida. October 22, 1941.
f I Ij
under provisions widow, and all persons claiming Interests ::
No. 282Oct. 24-31, Nov. 7-14. t
Laws'of Florida '
Chapter 20,953, Acts under F. R. Korns, deceased, ... ::
of 1941 will register with the Clerk as heirs, devisees; legatees, grantees, "
'Of the Circuit Court, in and for ,Hen- or otherwise, in the W ,fc of SW-i of ; ; :
>dry County, Florida, upon receipt of NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Section 9, Township 46 South, Range .:, ;
Y roof of publication of this notice, the REGISTER FICTITIOUS; NAME 34 East, the place of residence and .j:

-' fictitious name, to-wit: post office address of the said Mrs. .. : ...
Harlem Refreshment' Shop I TO WHOM IT MAY, CONCERN:, I INotice Francis Korns being Spirit Lake, : .:" .;.
'Under which I am engaged in businessat Is hereby given that ,the undersigned Iowa; Lemper and Florence :: / '" : :< .; ,
: .
Florida Harlem Negro f : : (Explanation on Page. Ten) : : :f
Clewiston under the provisions of I Lester Lemper,,, his wife,' 2546, Broadway y -
'Quarters. That the party interestedin Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida Acts Dubuque Iowa; Ban- :!: ':: :r :', : .
said business is as follows: of 1941, will register with_ the Clerkof nister and Millard F. Bannister her ", ,, .:, : :;;

GERTRUDE JONES the Circuit Court, in and for Hen- [husband East Des Moines, Iowa; "
City of Clewiston. County of Hen- dry County. ''Florida, upon receipt of Jennie L; Sorber widow, and all"-per- ? ;. : :: lrrrr.'iffn '

dry Florida, October 16,.. 1941. proof of publication of this notice, the sons claiming :Interests under M. P. .. :

:No. 280-Oct. 24-31;, Nov.; 7-14. fictitious name, to-wjt: i Sorber, deceased: ashis unknown .:. .-
Texaco Service Station heirs, devisees:grantees, legatees, or -- .:.

:IN THE CIRCUIT. COURT IN AND under which r am engaged in busi- ,other claimants; or otherwise; in and :: There '
FOR HENDRY COUNTY. FLOR-, ness at Clewiston,' Florida. That the 'to the SEU of SEU' of Section -9;' t i is a city in Florida' named .Clew-. :i:
parties Interested in said business are Township 46 South Range 84 East ,
IDA. as follows: the post office address of the said :;: iston-a city that offers all
R. C. NOWLIVG Jennie L. ,Sorber being. Wilkmsburg, .. modern advantages *
GEORGE. WHITEHURST, City of Clewiston, County: of Hen- Pennsylvania I ; Bodine and : ..

Complainant, dry, Florida, October 22, 1941.. [N. M. Bodine, her husband El Reno,' :: to you 'and your children. We'll :*
No. 285-Nov. 7-14-21-28. Oklahoma; Regal and AlbertF. ..
vs.CARROLL, JOINED BY HIS:I, her'- husband ..
Regal, Taconite, Minnesota -
,::':. WIFE, :MARY LEE CARROLL, et, al., ; Gadd and J. S. :!: ,gladly advise with you, on a home loan. :_
Defendants. :
I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO Gadd, her husband Alurena, Kansas;
THE 'STATE OF FLORIDA: wife, Chicago Illinois;, .' 'Anderson ::1: Stop in any day. ;:
To the Defendants: The Florida TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: and Carl, Anderson her hus-

State Drainage Land Company, a Colo- I Notice is hereby given that the undersigned I band, Honolulu, T. H.: J. M..Andersonand .. ..
rado Corporation, and all unknown! under the provisions ,of Ola Anderson, his wife, Hono- y

persons, or parties claiming through Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts lulu, T. H.; Heren and_ C. L.Keren y
:or under, or from, said corporation in of 1941, will register with the Clerkof ,' her husband? Custer, Montana; y'y .2.
1 ,the lands described herein: to-wit: All the Circuit Court, in and for Hen- Day and I. E. 'Day, her hus-

Section 10 and 12, Township 46 South, dry County, Florida, upon receipt cf band, Medora, 'Illinois; Gill iiiilliiff
I Range 34 East and The Florida-Ever- proof of publication of' this notice, and Benj Gill, her husband, Colorado ._..
, glades Ldnd Company, .a Colorado the fictitious name,_ to-wit: Springs, Colorado; Hawkinsand ..
'Corporation, and all unknown persons The Tindale Store and Cafe G. R. Hawkins, her husband,
or parties claiming through or under which we are engaged in busi- Danville Illinois; Crawford +

under or from said corporation, In ness, at Harlem. That the parties interested and E, Crawford, her husband. Coun- ... ..:..
the lands described herein to-wit: I in said business are as .follows cil Bluff'Iowa; Wheeler and :

\V% of SE'i of Section 5, Township i,I : Anson Wheeler, her husband, Battle .:' ..
;46 South, Range 34 East: and The J. L. TINDALE Creek Michigan Wheelerand :

Scott Estate Company, a limited liaollity -- I JIRS. VIOLA TINDALE I Euphemia A. Wheeler, his wife,

Company of Kansas City, Missouri City of Clewiston, County ,of Hen-. Battle Creek, Michigan; Dodge

,and all unknown persons,' or dry, Florida, October, 14, 1941.. and Daniel E. Dodge, her husband, ?

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,t Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Bruce I I ONE YEAR OLD DIVORCES GRANTED

::1 j Beardsley and Mrs. W. E. Dilley i '-"-. -. .., ..._. ------, -- .
r:1 were visitors in West Palm Beach :;.;", :7 .., ." .<(, "
: Thursday afternoon ; : fY:: .,. November 1st, 1041 ,
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J : ; Ruth M. Wilcox from Jerome B.
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I "- HONOREE AT BRIDGE SHOWERMrs. .;-:\ ." :: :, :;
j I Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly were ;\ 4.: Irving Bacheller, veteran American .

,J business visitors in Miami Friday. Foy Durrence and Mrs. R. ? i novelist, who for many years

R'.' ;Hooks were hostesses Thursday ? has been a resident of Winter Park, (
I Mrs. W. E. Bolton was a visitor evening at a. wedding shower, givenat J
i in West Palm Beach yesterday. I II the home'of: Mrs. Durrence .for ) has just published his 29th ,novel
,I I Mrs.. ,Munselle Stone. Li entitled "Winds of the God." "

Dennis Small of LaBelle was a The: shower was a surprise, the y' 1' -

I visitor in Clewiston Wednesday.A. bride' arriving, for a visit 'with the .

Durrences found the living room 'r}- i

C. Yeager of Tuscaloosa, Ala- filled with guests. She was given. .
bama, was a business visitor in a series of clues for a treasure hunt I

Clewiston Thursday.Mrs. and found her gifts hidden about J .r C'.0
the 'house. After the gifts were i ,*
T. B. Shelley of Miami (s opened and admired several games

spending several days here with I were played. Mrs. R.. M. Hare, Jr.,
:Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelly. and Mrs. M., M. Prewitt won prizes, 3L1th

each receiving a vase., ,Mrs. G. E.
Mrs. Cecile Brooks spent the
Crow received a piece of Fostoriaas
week-end with her brother, Ray
her door prize. Mrs. Stone was
Yoder, and family in Moore Haven. '
given a bride's book, signed by
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: each of' 'the'guests.. .-
Mrs. Audrey Andrews of LaBelleis Karl and Eric Larsen, twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Larsen, who .
The hostesses served fruit salad, '
celebrated their birthday October 12th.
visiting, friends here for a fewdays. first on
wafers. nuts and coffee. ,
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}/Thor guests included Mrs. Mun ReahardScipleMiss bag of most of the hunters although -
Mrs. N: V.' S. Mumford and :Mrs. selle Stone; Mrs. J. W. Francis, Mrs.
reported killing Ca-
-Edmund M. Blake, were visitors' in A,,C. Carlton, Miss Roberta George, some I

Fort Myers Wednesday.Mr. Mis's. Julianne Oglesby, Miss June Sarah Sciple and J. Franklin nadian greys and pin-tails. II I

Hooker, Mrs. G. E: Crow, Mrs.R. Reahard, both of Fort Myers, Cooler weather is in prospect for j I FREE. Send for NEW booklet, con.

and Mrs. Jerry Cato and M. Hare, Jr., Miss'Beth Nall, were married Sunday afternoon at this week-end which should make I taming prove your dozens baking.of bright Address ideas: Rumford to <1m.

baby daughter of Miami were visi- Miss 1 Margaret'Von Mach Miss Ar- St. Luke's Church in Fort Myers duck hunting much better. Baking Powder Box T, Rumford. R.I.I I.
tors in Clewiston ,Saturday. dis' Bolton, Mrs. W. C. Hooker, with the Rev. Andrew D. Milsted 1

Mrs. George,-.-F. Reed and daugh- Mrs.Mrs. Dean L. C. King Miller, Miss, Mrs.Renee R. J.Weth-Lee, officiating.The bride. is a daughter of Mr. I ...:I..M..W............................................................................................NN.. ......NNNN.. ..-..-.:NNNNN-..-.::.-..-.:NMN..-.::.MN.. ......NN.. ......NNN.. .. ..:-'' I I

ter spent the week-end in Tampa, ington, Mrs. Hub Spooner, Mrs.A. and Mrs. Oliver M. Sciple, of Fort .s. .1. I _
W. ,Lawrence, Mrs. Jimmy Wil- Molasses-Fed Hamburgers :E
their former home. Myers and a niece of H. T. Frier- :: _, .
son, Mrs. Viola Stone, Mrs. E. M. ,
son, of Moore Haven. Mr. Reahardis '

Mrs. G. E. Etherton and baby Cornette, 'Mrs. B. J. Schroeder, the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. _: STILL lOc .
Mrs. V. C., :Woodward Mrs. G. E.
Reahard Sr. of Fort is -,
daughter spent Friday in 'Miami Myers and
Etherton, Miss Hazel Prince, Miss instructor Riddle Field Clew- At' .
with relative an at i I Iy
Alderman's Sandwich
Lois Prince, Mrs. A. W. Sias, Mrs. iston. Shop

M. M. Prewitt, Mrs. J. Leonard, Mr. and Mrs. Reahard are resid-
Mr. and Mrs. K R. Smith and Mrs. Gratton George Mrs. Clayton In Moore Haven. .s' Bowling Alleys Open. Cash Prizes Each Week '
son, Richard, of Fort Myers, were ing .s. l' .
Waters, Mrs. Roy Alston, Mrs. :s: Taxi Service to Any Part of City at, Reasonable RatesALDERMAN'S :
Sunday visitors in Clewiston.Mr.
Stone Miss Christine Bell
Tracy '
Rose Order ReceivedBy
Mrs. W. F. Nall and Miss Lee '
and Mrs. J. H. Pressley, Pridgen., :t: ;,
Mrs. H. A. Land Shari Land Local Garden Club .. -

were visitors Monday and in Moore ': BRIDGE. CLUB. MEETING 1.:............ .............................................................'.............................'................................................................................................).9

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Haven. ;'l\ rs. Ruth B. Owens was hostessat Clewiston home gardeners have ..:.,.......-.................................................................................................................................'.................................................................... I
set 967 rose bushes this week, that ."
the home of, Mrs. Ruth Wilcox I
Mrs. Blanche Turner has returned -
number having arrived in one large
after a two weeks visit with Wednesday evening to her card club. ; FOR ITS i I
order placed through the Clewiston I
relatives and, friends In High The hostess' 'won high score prize Garden Club.In .
Springs and Lake City. and' Mrs. 'T. M. McIntyre second
order to permit its membersand
prize.., Apple pie, cheese' and coffee
other Clewiston residents to f Disaster Relief Work
were served to Mrs. McIntyre, Mrs.
I J. W. Beardsley is in Jackson- take advantage of large quantity '
M.: E.: Von Mach, Mrs. Ruth Wilcox,
ville this week-end to attend the
prices the club makes up 'an annual ti.
Mrs. C. E. Miner, Miss Virginia .. .
football tomorrow l
Florida-Georgia game -
I rose order. The bushes are two '
afternoon. Jordan, Mrs. G. H. Small andAirs'Ellisr' '
, 'ear'old field grown budded roses
I ,' ,_ ., ,.--Walsion.. from 'Texa's-'nurs-
1,I and come a large Dollar the-
i Pay in i if
j Mrs. H. A. .Bestor and her son, 'FAREWELL PARTY FOR ery.This your
, Lt. R. J. Bestor, who is spending, year, as in past years, the
several days at home, on red radiance, the pink radiance and
I 'j f Red Cross Roll Call.
are spending' a few days fUrOUgh'1, the President Hoover have proven J I
group, of friends of Charles .
in Cuba. the varieties. Last
I most popular ''
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I Roberts ahd' Sinclair Knight gathered 'i. !
-- year the rose order was for approxi-' '

Mrs. B. C. Flaniken and children, I;;day at evening the Cocktail? for, a farewell Lounge party Wednes-to J mately 1400 and the year before ; Starting Armistice Day 1'. :

Bevoly and Bettye Carol, of West' for 1600 bushes. Several gardeners '
the boys who left Thursday for .t.
Palm Beach, spent the weekendin who use large quantities plac- 2' ,
Clewiston visiting Dr. and Mrs.J. Camp ,Blanding., ed their order apart from the club :_: For Your Personal Disaster Relief '* I
W. Ezelle. Among, those attending were Mr.and' order this year. ..
'Mrs' 'R. M.; Hare, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Owen was chairmanof :: Call 66 :: I
Mrs.." Sari'dy Bell, Mr. and Mrs. \
Jimmie Hines of Clewiston has' the rose order committee and A I
Curtis Thompson, Mrs. George with several workers made the A
been stationed at Sheppard Field, up
Crow,' Mrs. Gratton Mrs. .f Ii
near Wichita Falls, Texas: for a individual orders and distributed the
six weeks course as airplane me- Howard McNeice, Miss Ardis' Bol- bushes Tuesday. :: Beardsley Insurance i r
chanic. ton, Miss Beulah Guthrie, Miss :

Christine Bell, Miss Evelyn Hare, MRS. THOMPSON IN ENGLAND i
:;: Agency ::
Miss Roberta George, Joe Hall and
Mrs. Ray C. Morders has arriv-I A:0.
Halson A vant. I
Clewiston friends of Mrs. Oliver
ed from Washington, D. C., to
her husband, who is an instructor I -' Thompson, who with her small .;M:N .M N NON":N N N:N:NN1:N":N:N-N:N:N:.':":N..:N:NN N:..: :N:N:H N N N N N M N N:N:N NNNON N..)

at' Riddle Field. Mr. and Mrs. MRS. JAMES HARRIS GIVEN daughter, Alison, visited 'her cou-

.' Morders have taken an apartmentat 1 STORK SHOWER THURSDAYMrs. sin, Mrs. F. ,Deane 'Duff, for a f

the Inn. \ month this ;year, will be delightedto Announcing I nEW OVERniGHT ;

I T. C. Musgrave was hostess learn that relatives in Americahas

Prof. and Mrs. Ray V. Sowers of Thursday; afternoon with a stork received a message telling of

Lakeland were week-end visitorsin I shower given for Mrs. J. M. Harris. her ,safe arrival at her home in SLEEPinG CAR

Clewiston. Prof. Sowers, who Several appropriate games were England. -
played during the afternoon and the Mr. and Mrs. Thompson were
is a professor and former dean of "
( ) .
men at Southern College, spoke at honoree received many lovely ,gifts. residents of Trinidad when the warsitua'tion

the Community Church Sunday Refreshments of jello, cookies caused Mr. Thompson to betwe'enJacksonvill'e _
morning.Mrs. and punch 'were served to Mrs. J. be called back to England. At the

P. Brantley: Mrs. Clyde Stephens, time passage for Mrs. Thompson, and Glewistori *
Ruth B. Owens was calledto lIrs.'Wilbur Montgomery, Mrs. could not be arranged, ,and she has

,Lake Worth Friday by the death Floyd Mountain, Mrs. Paul Harris, been visiting relatives in the Unit-

I of her uncle, Judge F. M. Houghton, 1Irs.1lelvin- Rudd, Mrs. Audrey An-' ed States for' several months await- effectivefrom
pioneer and prominent citizen of drews Neal ing the opportunity to return.
a Mrs. Glen Mrs. Jack
Jacksonville Nov. 2nd from Clewiston Nov. 3rd
Lake Worth. She attended the Adams, Mrs. Wilbur Dyess, Mrs.E. .

funeral services which were held M. Cornette, Mrs. Lamar Moon, Army of Hunters Here "fc D A I L Y 10:30 pm Lv. Jacksonville Ar. 6:45'am

there Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Mrs. Frank Turner, Mrs. Jack Crumilir 5:45 am Lv. Haines City Ar. 9:40pm

Keen, Mrs. Frank Jacobs, Mrs. R. For Opening of Season dUntUULC, 6:13 am Ar. Lake Wales Lv. 8:55 pm

Roy Alston spent Wednes- E. Harris and Mrs. Hazel Tyler. 7:00 am Ar. Sebring Lv. 8:05pm I j

day in Miami. She was accom- 8:07 am Ar. Palmdale Lv. 6:55: pm
panied by her mother, Mrs J. S. LIBRARY BENEFIT PARTY Despite the continued warm wea- 8:31 am Ar. Moore Haven ,Lv. 6:28 pm

Willingham and 'her sisters, Mrs. NEXT MONDAY NIGHT ther and the failure of northern 9:00 am Ar. CLEWISTON Lv. 6:00 pm
Ward Roberts and Mrs. Walter ducks to come in early enough to
Jenkins, of Moore Haven and Fort i A bridge and Michigan party, furnish good ,hunting for the firstof Sleeper open for occupancy at 10:00 pm. I

, Myers.Mr. given for the benefit of the Clew- the season, the Inn and hunt-
I iston Public Library, will be heldat ing and, fishing camps were crowded -
and :Mrs. Willard E. Dilley the Community Center next Saturday night with duck hunt- new sleeping car is handled between Jacksonville -

, were hosts at a dinner party in Monday evening, November 10, be- ers anxiously awaiting, the comingof and Haines City by the HAVANA SPECIAL
; I their apartment at the Inn Monday ginning at ,8 o'clock. dawn Sunday.
which carries a through sleeping car between Sara- j
1 evening. Their guests were Miss Tickets are being sold for fifty Most of the hunters were in their
j: Hazel Humble of Moore Haven, cents each, and a large numberof blinds and ready when' the dawn' sota-Tampa and New York.' Passengers enroute

l Miss Hannah York and Miss Lucy nice prizes have been provided. opened the season and quite a from Clewiston and points on "The Ridge" may

Humble, J. W. Beardsley, Harry The entire proceeds will go toward number were able to kill their'bag make car-to-car transfer at Jacksonville for points '
Keck and Dr. O. R. Rigby. the purchase of new books for the limit In a short time. Others returned -
library. empty-handed and the aver- NORTH via the HAVANA SPECIAL. Also connections ,

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. W. Hedke age is said to have been about two for the WEST via the DIXIE LIMITEDand

have moved into one of the new P.-T. A. PIE AND CAKE PLATESAll or three ducks to the hunter. FLAMINGO. '

homes recently completed by the Hunters report an almost com-

sugar corporation in the newly developed the pie plates and cake tinsor plete lack of' blue-bills, one of the For information and reservations consult J

residential section near the plates that were taken to the most common of the migratory
Phone 85
W. W. PERRY-A. C. L. Ticket Agent- j
sugar house. The other homes In P.-T. A. Hallowe'en Carnival with ducks and there' were apparently' I jI

the new: unit are occupied by Mr. food on them, have been taken to very few Florida mallards killed

and Mrs. J. F. Morrison, Mr. and the home of Mrs. W. W. Perry, and during the day.: Teal, spoon-bills, 1 1 11
Hrs. N. V. S.. Mumford and Mr. and owners are requested to call there. widgeons, a few mallards and in II
Mrs. F. M. Rodriguez. for them. .1. some instances coots made up the



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Venice, with its 118 small islands OUR COMIC SECTION There are tiny areas on the
connected by 378 bridges, is only tongue, known as "taste-buds
one of several large cities, a great which are linked with the brain by
number of whose "streets" are I special nerves. These nerves are
waterways, says Collier's. Amongthe stimulated when we eat and drink,
others are Ghent, built on 26 and they convey to the brain"sen
islands connected by 297 bridges, sations which give rise to the
and Amsterdam, built on 96 islands PETERB. (. sense of taste.A .
connected by 290 bridges. young child has over 300 of

these taste-buds his tongue,
Eskimo but as his age increases a
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Although Eskimo dogs prefer to arHlSfrLEDAy sensitive. After the age of 20 no
and usually do sleep outdoors in PARADE ALL more than a hundred are "active."
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the worst blizzards, it is not un- c? PAR Lfi l pPArE ANSr many taste-buds as an adult his
common for them to freeze to the sense of taste is three times as
ground and be snowed under suf- II keen. That is why sweets, fruit,
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Getting taste of real warfare First assault boats arrive on ene your full name and addresi; and Second prize 50.00 cash I
as"l mail it to Brown & Williamson and of the line write.
originality aptness
they charge through smoke | shore you
to set bridgehead. I
up Tobacco Corp., P. O. Box: ISO, Judges'decisions must be accepted as final. Third prize. 25.00 cash
Louisville, of ties, will be I
WtJ.fifl&: TIj br'r:::' :f November 10, 1941. Anyone may enter (except employees of 25 prizes of $5.00 .125.00 cash I
You may enter as many last Brown&Williamson Tobacco Corp., their .
lines as you wish,if they are- all advertising agents, or their families)., ll., a I
writtcnon.sepBrateRl.lcighpack-and ideas therein become the prop of Raleighs 150.00 I
age wrappers (or facsimiles).. erty of Brown & Williamson Tobacco. I
Prizes will bo awarded on the Corporation. 133 PRIZES $500.00

Next time get the pack with the coupon on the back... I IRALEI'BH


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t The Merchants Who Advertise Are Not

l Under heavy smoke screen infantry men land on opposite side of I Afraid of Their Merchandise or Pricesr
Wateree river, after being conducted there in assault boats.

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Gets PromotionCORPORAL siderable interest shown in the serv- ionnaries are invited to attend this ey H. A. Rider said that the copy
MORE CADETS I ice all the way from Clewiston to meeting and'any of the members of the budget signed and approved

Jacksonville. planning to attend this meeting by Mr. English would have to be
with their wives should make im- submitted to the county board before
ARRIVED SATURDAYAT Five Young Men mediate- arrangements with G. B. the commissioners could proceedon

Thomas, adjutant. setting the
county millage. The
RIDDLE AIR FIELDA Leave for BlandingFive The holiday will be generally board therefore took another recess -
celebrated in the
community with subject to the call of Mr. Hull
stores, bank and post-office closing when the approved
s AY r. are re-
} ,7 county selectees left yesterday that day. ceived.
of fifty RAF ca- .
new group for the U. S. Army _
An application for
arrived at Riddle-McKay Aero bond for W.
induction station at Camp Blanding.
Sugar Corp. C. Hooker of Clewiston to
last Saturday making' about act as
College to begin their term of training.The .
deputy sheriff at the
in training at the airport was
180 boys now
five were: Charles Lee -----
approved by the commissioners.The .
here. This is the full
field near Roberts, Roy W. Hughes, E. Sin- (Continued from Page 1) board disapproved
which the school is sched- an application -
number clair' Knight: Jr., and Matthew from four shares of common for for a liquor
accommodate less the few _/ license for
uled to been unable to make the -. \ + Crawford of Clewiston and Carl one of preferred before January 1, the Cozy Corner bar in Harlem at
who have and have been sent Edwin Malmberg of LaBelle. 1943, to two shares of common for Clewiston after the state beverage'department
grade as
one of preferred after January 1, turne7 down
back to Canada for training as observers appli-
and other work aboard x E4F Jones Opens His New 1956. All conversion rights terminate cation because the location was too
q December 31, 1960. close to
an established church.At .
other than pilots.It
planes '
Cafe and 'Delicatessen United States Sugar Corporation, the 'request of the state road
is understood that the new in
addition to its
field cane-sugar pro- department, the board adopted a
group came directly to this duction, has maintained a research, resolution to waive the county'spart

after disembarking'from the ship T. H. Jones opened his new res- organization to develop ways, means on property sold for taxes un-

which brought them from England. .. taurant and delicatessen here last and methods for better utilizationof der the Murphy Act included in

Some forty of the cadets com- Saturday night with free, Irish sugar-cane by-products and to the right of way on state highway
pleted their basic training last EDWIN O. WARD stew 'supper to all patrons. The develop crops new to the Florida 164 affected by the proposed pav

week-end and were given a three- place is located in a new attractive Everglades where its properties and ing of the stretch from the Ca-
day furlough until their advanced Edwin O. Ward, of Clewiston, has building just east of the Gulf Serv- plant are situated. In addition to loosahatchee river bridge to a point

training begins., This was sched- been promoted to the rank of cor- ice Station on Sugarland 'Highway. its present products, consisting of 442 feet south of the south cityof

uled to have begun yesterday but poral in the U. S. Army at Camp Regular meals and short orders raw sugar, molasses, lemon grass ,LaBelle limits, on, which the
bad weather conditions kept mostof Grant, Ill., where he is now stationed. will be served with salads and 'oil and cattle feed, the corporation road department is calling for bids

the planes grounded during a Ward, son of Mr. and Mrs.A. pastries, baked beans and other proposes to extend its activities toinclude ,which will be opened at their offices -
greater part of the day. O. Ward of Clewiston, is a gradu- foods'for sale at the delicatessen the production 'of sweet potato -(I in Tallahassee, Nov. 13.

At the same time about thirty- ate of the local high school and counter. Cakes for special occasions starch, vegetable oils and fats, The SRD also requested five one

eight of'the cadets finished their was/ employed in the U. S. Sugar will be featured. protein meals, additional cattle feed, hundredths of an acre contributedfor

primary course and were given a Corporation office when he was Mrs. Jessie Fouts, formerly of solvents ,and alcohol. Existing and the purpose of rounding to a

two-day leave. This group did not called as a selectee in the army Fort Myers with a number of years contemplated products and by-pro larger degree the northwest cornerof

include any of the first cadets arriving May 22nd. experience in restaurant work, will ducts, it is believed, will give the the courthouse grounds as the

at the field here, all of those He was sent from Camp Blanding supervise the new business assisted corporation a well-diversified line paving of 164, or Main Street on

finishing having started their primary reception center to Camp Wolters by Mrs. ones.Legion of essential, products used and useful 164 gets underway, which the

course at the Arcadia Field- Texas, for his first service and was in food, feed, chemical, plastic, board granted. '
before coming here. recently 'transferred to Camp Grant. paper, textile' and other 'industries.

Only four of the, North American He is the first in his group of se- To HoldArmistice CCC YOUTHS TO SEESERVICE

advanced trainers were on hand lectees to receive a corporal's rating Dance And- ON COAST

the first of the week but more which carries an increase in MeetingThe

were expected in any day. ,It has pay to $54 per month. For the first time in approxi-

not been learned whether or not Corporal Ward writes "There American Legion and the (Continued from page 1)a mately one year,- Hendry County

they have arrived at the field. Theseare was plenty of ice on the groundyester'day school will put on a special Arm- supply of meat for the hamburger youths are to have the chance to
with 650 h.p. motors morning. In fact itdidn't enroll In the CCC and servicein
S powered istice at the school booth and the dance orchestra. see
Day program ,
and have retractible landing gear. melt until late yesterday Tuesday morning at 10:45: o'clock This made possible the large financial the camps of the Pacific Coast.
much like the Vul- afternoon but it has warmed up Announcement to this effect
look was
They very which the public is 'cordially invited success of the undertaking.
tee basic trainers but are con- quite a 'bit today.. We expect itto to attend. The will 'Mrs. Carl Berner is president of made today by Mrs.: J. A. McGehee,
faster machines. be snowing in a couple of weeks. Hendry County Representative, Dis-
siderably be held on the football field. the P.-T. A. and Mrs. Barney
Meanwhile construction work is I The work has let up some here.. At a special meeting Tuesday Thomas, as finance chairman, was trict 8 Welfare Board, who explained -

going ahead rapidly on the re- We are expecting about 150'men night the Legion made plans to at- in inmmediate charge of plans for that young men who wouldbe
which will be the first new'
available for'Western service
maining buildings at the field. The tend this program in a body and to the celebration. Many subchairmen -
ones in this, company in two weeks, should advise the nearest welfare
administration building is nearly furnish speakers for the occasion.It and committee members were
but work or no work I have to be ,office at once so that they be
completed and some of the depart- is' understood that a program of named who worked long and faithfully may
here 12 hours just in case something reached when the special enroll-'
ments expected to be moved thisweekend patriotic ,music and talks has been to assure a successful project.
does happen.
from their temporary arranged. ment is authorized.

in one.of the barracks to Only the usual ,requirements will
quarters In the evening the Legion will
County Board Tries be considered in determining eligi-
the new offices. The recreation commissary department, out of hold its regular dinner meeting at
for Western service Mrs. Mc-
bility ,
building is also nearing completion Chicago, stated Wednesday that he the Clewiston Inn but will dispense
To Hurry 'Tax Roll Gehee stated. Previous service on
and will provide game rooms, read- had made three round trips on the with all business in observance of
the Pacific Coast will not render an
ing rooms and a canteen for the Armistice The wives of
car, and that: there had been con- Day. Leg-
for re-enroll-
cadets. I I applicant ineligible
,(Hendry County News) ment, provided three months have
Construction work on the hangarIs
The board of county commissioners elapsed since the date of his last
just getting well underway buta
Tuesday morning'took under honorable discharge and the totalof
large portion of the prefabricated I The Call America Heeds I' advisement the errors and insol- his previous service is not in excess -
steel building is now on hand I _
vency list amounting to $4,138.84as of 18 monthsJohnson's
and the work of erecting it. should I''f
,submitted by County Tax
'not take many weeks. cOI-1 I
lector R. N. Miller, action on

proving or disapproving to be,
First Pullman CameIn
I Ia at the next meeting, which will bea Camp

On Schedule Last k call meeting by Clerk William T.. (Near Hurricane Gate)
Hull if and when the school and, Clewiston, Fla.

county budgets are returned ap. Boats and l\Iotors"-'Guide' Service
,Monday MorningThe proved. Rates ReasonableW.

Clerk Hull announced there is H. Johnson, Mgr.N J
first Pullman service into no money to meet bills, 'or payrolls

number of owing to the holdup on the budget
Clewiston in a years,, was
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which is set to operating
inaugurated Monday when the A. up

C. L. passenger train arrived from expenses for the coming year. He .!. ::
Haines City an hour earlier than stated he was in communication @ Ii
usual drawing the Washington Club, with finance officials of the state :: 1m mil ::

one of the lines most up-to-date administrative offices in Talla- .
Pullman-Lounge cars. hassee in an effort to hurry the ::: THERE IS XO CITY IX CALL :{:

There were several arrivals here approval of the county budget so :!?: FORXIA NAMED ,HOLLYX:::

the first day including Dr. O. F. ;:! % ?' J, that the millage which he estimated ;oi'i; WOOD ***
Schiffli returning from a weekendin would be 6 mills could be set. :i: Although more than a dozen *:*

Highlands, N. C. There '}Vere State Superintendent Colin English .:. states have towns named .!.

several passengers the second day rY approved by wire to County :i: Hollywood, there is now no *:*

also but the car drew a blank on j Superintendent C. E. Weaver the ;+i; town or city in California .}.

the third day. One ,ticket was sold district millages and the proposed ::: bearing that name. The former :!:
.,6 K +u. t.E + school budget as revised last week .
north on the car on each of the California town of that >
;.; er .
first three days. Officials are not by John A. Hilliard whom he sentto ::: name was legally annexed by .I,>

worried over this lack of patronageat LaBelle for the purpose. :i: LO.s Angeles in 1910 and its *J*

first, however, and expect it to The figures on the school budget : post office is an independent >

take some time for the service to are not obtainable at this time :i: station of the Los 'Angeles of- *:*

advertise itself to the public. since the two copies of the revised ;;. fice. 1. "Uncommon Kuowl2.
which he made were both '.' **
The budget
is most
car compact and yet "
;. e d ge -Geo. W. Stimpson.!.. :
quite roomy for the limited number, taken to Tallahassee by Mr.. ,Hill .i'

of passengers which it can accom- I iard when he left. County .Attorn- o:..:..:":":":":":":":":":" :":"::.:":..:":":":":":":.':.

modate. There are eight berths in ;" .- - -'
the forward section of the car : ,

with accommodations for sixteen .J f4w1. .. ti
people. The lower berths are call- t I
ed semi-compartments and are so This announcement is not to be construed as an offer to sell,or as a I

arranged that the berth can be solicitation of an offer to buy, the securities herein mentioned.: .

partially folded to allow full room

for dressing.In United States Sugar Corporation
a very compact space midwayof ..

the car is, the' kitchenette where { CLEWISTON, FLORIDA'
the meals are prepared 'for the 'Ii

dining service. Heating is done To the Stockholders >

with small charkettes, lumps of
charcoal. Tables are provided for Attention is directed to the fact that holders of

eight people for meals and dinersare record of Common Stock or $5 Cumulative Pre-

given their choice of a rather ferred Stock, as of the close of business Novem-

complete a 'la carte menu or table 1 her IOI94I.are entitled to subscribe to an issue
d'hote meals. Three breakfasts are
available ranging from sixty centsto of 200,000, shares Series A 6.4% Cumulative

a dollar and two dinners at $1.10 .t Convertible Preferred Stock, for which Reg-

and $1.35. The car is not operat- istration Statement has become effective.
ing at the lunch hour. A com-
plete wine list will also be offered Offering is made by means of Prospectus which

soon. 1 = r o has been mailed to all Stockholders.
The back end of the car is similar
very appointed living
room with comfortable divans and The Red Cross nurse Is the symbol of the 1941 American Red Cross Roll Cal! Secretary
poster, appealing to all men and women to Join their local chapters as members '
easy chairs, tables and November 7,1941
lamps. during the annual Roll Call. Bradshaw Crandell, distinguished poster artist
painted the poster and Frances Fedden Is the model.
P.A._ Leonard, inspector for the


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