The Clewiston news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028415/00866
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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 21, 1941
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:00866
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Preceded by: Clewiston progress

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I I ; New Sugar ,Legislation I Cub Pack Held Meeting Last Night i iI Ciewiston Is Visited By

fl' i Proposed In CongressBill I Housing Official

i At a, meeting held last night at Monday

I I : the Community ,Center and attended -
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I by a large number of boys ,of -

I Would Extend Town Basketball Team Cub Pack age, their: parents and Fire At Pattersons ; Officials Hopeful '. That
members of the committee from

Sugar Act For To Be Organized Here the the boys sponsoring were divided American into Legion Dens, Does Little Damage!I City Will Be Made

I Three Years 'and den mothers and den chiefs' Defense Area

..-... .. A meeting will be held at the elected. A fire which broke out about two
C. H. Berner chairman of the 1
Recreation Center Monday eveningat o'clock Saturday morning in the .,-':;

After encouragement given toI eight.o'clock for the purposeof sponsoring committee opened the frame servant's quarters at the'R. Richard W. Mann, Investigatorfrom
the expanded production of, sugar I I, organizing a town basketballteam meeting and introduced M. M. Pre- Y. Patterson home burned some the office of the Defense I
witt who has been
due to the defense program it came i to play against other such asCub laundry: and ,did some damage to Housing Coordinator in T.Washington -
I Master by the Legion. Some :
as a great surprise when ,the r teams in the Lake area during the Cub the interior of the structure before; spent Monday here looking
of the details of Pack -
House Committee on Agriculture season. operation being brought under control by the over the Ciewiston area to makea
voted favorably on a bill introduIced ] All interested in the organization were reviewed by Mr. Prewitt prompt work of the volunteer fire I report as to whether or not' a
and he announced that Fred L.
by Rep. Fulmer of South Caro-I of the team are asked to attend department. i i defense housing area should be es-
Tina, chairman of that committee, I the meeting at which time Treat, Sunniland Council executive The blaze was attributed to defective | tablished here. His investigation 1
would be in Clewiston I
to extend the Sugar Act for ano- details of games, practice sessions, wiring by insurance investi- was very thorough and his report
ther three years and to provide uniforms and other things will be Tuesday night to conduct a training gators Wednesday and the damaged will be sent to the Washington.

several amendments. A companionbill discussed. course for parents at which walls will be repaired at once. office sometime this week. Due ,to / I
time he will familiarize the parents
was introduced in the Senate the fact ,that communities
with the work. All boys of Cub many
of age I
jointly by Senators O'Mahoney, are making such requests at this:
Wyoming, Adams of Colorado and are requested to notify their par- time it is likely that it will be
Ellender of Louisiana.In ents of this as no new week or ten ,days before any deci- I
members can be taken in until at '
commenting the new sion is made.
upon least one of their parents has beenin I
legislation the Sugar Bulletin of KEEP UP PRODUCTIONOF attendance at one of the in- NIGHT FROM OFFICEOF In his conversation with city I
New Orleans says it is a modified officials Mr. Mann offered little-
structional meetings.The /
response to the wishes of the sugar hope that any consideration wouldbe I
industry; that the' new amendments VITAL FOODSTUFFJ. Dens were organized with SCHOOL PRINCIPALThe given because of the Riddle- I
the following boys in each group.
are for the most part ex- i McKay air school west of Clewis- !
There in each
are five group except -
pressions of principle and policy ton, stating that it had been a I
one which ,has seven but
, and that no acreage restrictions on ,E. Beardsley chairman of the ,theft of about seventy dollars -I practice of the office to turn down :
there is no particular limit to the
I the production of, sugar cane .and sugar products sub-committee of from a filing cabinet in the such requests when the school was I I
number. The groups are formed
sugar beets are anticipated.The the State Defense Council attended office of Principal R. W. Turk in an all-British training school. 'However I
"cording to sections in which they
first of six, amendments pro- a meeting in Lakeland Tuesdayof I the grade school building sometime he indicated that the defense
ive and the which I
groups accustomed -
vides 'for, an increased continental I) sub-chairmen at which the ques- I. Monday night is believed to priorities granted for the construc-
I to play together.In I
quota of 4 per cent or about 16,- tion of priorities for materials and have been the work of one person tion of the new, starch mill here i
I one group are Fred Young,
000 tons for the cane sugar' area. aid -needed for keeping the production and that person thoroughly and the expansion of sugar activi- I
Ernest Redish, Eugene Land, Eu-
The quota for Cuba is reduced by. ; of food-stuffs in full swingwas familiar with the location of the ties would possibly make the dif- !
gene Bledsoe, Richard Knight. Mrs.
75,000 tons and, provides that any considered. Chairmen present school funds.Constable ference. I i
H. A. Land was selected by the
refined sugar which the Philli- were asked to list their needs to I. S. Bell and Deputy During' his stay Mr. Mann visit- !
group as den mother and Frank
pines is unable to furnish be divided be consolidated by L. H. Kramer Sheriff H. H. McCall of LaBelle ed the air school 'and talked to
Conkling as den chief. In the sec-
among. the mainland pro- of Lake Wales for transmissionto have been working on the case many instructors, mechanics an ond group are Anthony Toulis,
ducers. the state council which would and believe that the guilty party officials and was told_ by all that I
Billy Toulis, Clifford and Lionel
Another amendment provides for be asked to approve the recom- will be apprehended shortly. Their many men had refused to_ stay .and?
Continued fiveiFIRST
the base rate of payment on sugar mendations and take what actionis ,on page first action was to take finger work here because of the inade- i

being raised' from sixty cents 'per. 'necessary in Washington.It prints from the window sill where quate housing. Sugar Corporation? !

hundred weight to "eighty cents 'per was decided also to take the thief entered the office and officials gave him data relative to i

hundred weight which would,speedy action to protect sugar andI HANGAR NEAR around the jimmied lock on the the' expansion program planned? j

amount' to approximately $1.28 on.I Red Bliss potato growers from filing cabinet. and the additionaI'housi'1g' units :

each ton of sugar cane in 'addi ':ACreage and quota restrictions I Entrance- was ".gained through which would be required to house ,

:?'':''''' :''>,-,, 'n ::;.:..to'-s ;, L she grotis-ei '_-L"6 t eir'es':4' vcV- have- 'been. proposed. 'Resolutions COMPLETION l AT AIR the fronts window -of' the -ice.-by-- Additional personnel.' Further I 1

from the 'processor. This is reduced [ were- unanimously adopted breaking out one of. the small[ data was assembled on ,utilities

in a graduated scale to a mini- to be sent to the state congressional SCHOOL NEAR HERE panes of glass which permitted the and other desired information and

mum of thirty cents for those producers I delegation. clasp to be turned and the window forwarded to Mr. Mann in Miami

of more than 30,000 tons of :I The resolution on proposed sugar opened. The screen is on the inside -'I Wednesday afternoon to be sent. ia

sugar. limitations was prepared by' Mr. w. P. Strickland, of Oklahoma of the window and was easily with' his report. ,
Another amendment seeks to Beardsley as follows: City, field manager for the Starr opened after the window was for- While the investigator could giveno :
stop the importation of sugar in "In an ,effort to meet realistic Manufacturing Company of that ced. Climbing in through the window inkling of what he might expect -

syrups and ,another extends the and complex problems of, sugar city, contractors for furnishing the I the thief very carefully avoided the attitude of the coordina- !

Sugar Act to December 31, 1944. :. supply for the consumers of thUnited < steel and erecting the huge airplane : disturbing any books on the |Itor's office to, 1 be; when his report,

Officials of the United States States and prevent the plow hangers at RiddleMcKayAero : window shelf or the typewriter on i )was received, he gave city officials i

Sugar Corporation have not voiced I ing out of sugar cane now plantedand College, stated yesterday I a stand by the window and went t treason]( to believe that his report

any opinion as to this legislationbut meet problems of shipping morning that the first hanger I directly to the filing cabinet, forced would show the inadequacy of

as this corporation, the larg- shortage and increased purchase would be virtually completed. by I the lock on the top drawer, took housing here which he stated ap-

est operator in Florida, has con- which compel increased productionof the middle of next week. out the money, opened the door peared to be worse than any sec- I

sistently fought for the' abolitionof sugar beets and sugar canes I The Wheeler Construction Com- of the office and left by way of tion he had visited save one, a_

the Sugar Act and the unrestricted in continental United States; .pany of Miami, general contractors the south entrance door. He was small ,community in' Alabama.>.

manufacture of sugar in "Be it resolved that the agricultural -' for the field, put in the foun- very careful to fix the lock on the Should the defense area be declared

the Florida Everglades it is pre- advisory committee of the dation and is pouring the con- office door so -that it would not I it is considered probable I

sumed that a stiff fight will be defense council recommend that crete floor at this time and the lock behind him should he find[ I that it will be confined to the part: '

....- made against the proposed legisla- for"each farm in the continentalsugar steel company contracted only the the entrance doors locked. of Clewiston townsite at present

tion. cane area the proportionate steel work, the erection of the pre- Mr. Turk stated. that the RAF served by utilities. The investigator I
I Seen as a sop for the beet grow- I (Continued on Page 5) fabricated building. cadets were at the school grounds indicated that any plan] which i

ing areas and a portion of the I. The actual hangar dimensionsare until a late hour practicing rugby'' uld cause the expansion of water -

cane producing areas. Florida's Tigers Upset Avon 184 feet by 100 feet and each football on the school gridiron and 1 : lines 'and power lines to any _!

delegation of Representatives are hangar is said .to be designed to he feels that the robbery was. committed -','great extent could not be consider- 1

making plans to wage a fight Park Friday NightThe accommodate more' than sixty probably sometime after !,ered because of the difficulties involved i

,. against the bill when it comes to planes. Around this entire building midnight. The stolen funds represented in securing needed mater- i

the floor of the House.. Is' a twenty-foot shed 'under which some athletic funds, 'FEA [ials. J

The. present Sugar Act, unless ex- Clewiston Tigers pulled the are located locker rooms, storage' dues and .some. Red Cross collec-I Declaration of this as a defensearea

tended by Congressional action, greatest surprise of the current rooms, etc. .r tions. would, mean that priorities I

will expire December 31 of this football season' here Friday night Work is expected to start on the I would at once ho :granted' for the I

year. when they soundly trounced the second' hanger, steel for which is Tigers End Football purchase of eddO building i materials f

visiting team from Avon Park bya now on the ground, as soon as the and pave the way for the I

Bank Officials Hold score of 48-6 despite a decided first one is completed and it Is Season Wednesday Building of as many new home ,

weight advantage held by the visit -' anticipated that two more will be and apartments as needed under a; ;

Dinner Here At Inn ors. erected shortly after the first of -, price of $6,000. Outside interests '

Ii The Tigers showed the most brilliant the year. The rapidity with which The Clewiston Tigers: will close as well as local are ready to proceed -

defensive play of the season the steel company works is indi- their football season for 19''tl here at once with such a construc- I
Celebrating the opening of the and time after time the tion program if the defense area :
backs hurd- cated by the fact that steel erec- II Wednesday night in a Thanksgiv-: I
Florida National Bank in Belle ed the line to stop Avon Park plays tion was begun only a week ago I tug game with the Jfoonj Haven is. declared.

Glade Tuesday, a group of the before they could get started. and yesterday one side of the roof Terriers. Kickoff is scheduled for !
bank officials were entertained'at Coach Dick Turk stated that if the was covered. eight o'clock. National Bank of

an informal dinner at the Clewis- team: would play that brand of Mr., Strickland stated that his The two teams are' wHI-matclied i I

ton Inn Monday evening and given ball against Pompano tonight that company had the contract for : and the Tigers are hoiiinir to Belle Glade Opens :

by L. A. Usina, president of the, he believed they would win, des- erecting most of the hangars at avenge the 26-0 defeat: handed I

Florida National Bank of West pite the odds favoring the East the new fields during the past yearor them by the Terriers in their fiisf -------- ;

Palm Beach and Harry Hector, Coast lads. two and through August of this i meeting of the season on the Moore The Florida National Bank of

I: I president of the Hector Suppl The Tigers scored soon after the year had built 115 of the massive Haven gridiron. Despite this defeat [Belle Glade opened its doors for I

Company of Miami and one of th{.:(opening whistle and were never in buildings. The contract price is the Tigers have, on the basisof business Tuesday morning giving !

: directors of the new Belle Glade danger despite a rather close score $33,000 each for the hangars here I other games played, proven 1 the Everglades its first national

bank. of 12-6 at the half. and it was indicated that this was .themselves about equal to the Ter- ,bank. It is housed temporarily in I
( I Jay W. Moran, vicepresidentand Billy Perry was high scorer for about the same as the others. They riers in strength and the natural the Scarboro Building until a new-:

general manager of the United the evening with twenty points and will go to Dorr Field in Arcadia rivalry existing between the two bank_ building can be erected on- i

i States Sugar Corporation gave an Oliver Martinez and Richard Pape I upon completion of the hangars teams from neighboring towns can a site already secured. l
Introductory talk and Arnold tied with \L2 points each. Gus Can- ,here. be counted upon to prodiic-j good The new bank is the thirteentb I
Kirchman, mayor of Belle Glade trell kicked one conversion for hard-fought game and all dope as of the Florida National group to- :

I' also: made a brief talk, Mr. Usina two points and Elbert Hooker add REQUEST RED CROSS to comparative- strength can be be established in Florida and like

acted as master of ceremonies. ed two by falling on an Avon Park GARMENTS: WE TURNED IX thrown out of the wlndov/ I I the other banks of the group will'

Musical numbers were given by fumble behind' their goal, line fora The Tigers meet Pompano here I have the backing of the powerful'
E Geo. W. H lme. and Mrs. John safety. Mrs. F. Deane Duff, production tonight on the local gridiron and DuPont interests.

Patton and daughter of Lake The starting line-up was: Pape, chairman for the local Red Cross while the' visitors are favored to Hilton L. Campbell of Miami js-}

r Worth. left end; Waldron, right end; Chapter, requests that all gar- win the Tigers have shown up cashier of the, new bank. The

Hooker, center; Martinez, left half; ments be completed and turned in much better in every game since board of directors fs made up of
W. H. Lanier, A. W. Lawrence, Belcher, right half and Perry tail to the local chapter work room meeting the Pompano team the first Mrs Ruth Wedgworth and Howard !

r W. C. Owen, C. E. Nail and C. L. back. Nick Schiffli and Gus Can- by November 28th. It is also requested time this year and may again up- Haney of Belle Glade, Mr-

HInnant attended a Masonic meet- trell were the only substitutes and that any left-over wool be set the predictions. The Pompano Campbell; C. P. Cobb ,of West II

ing In Moore Haven Tuesday nightat were used freely during the game. returned in order that this may be team defeated Moore Haven 46-6 Palm Beach; L. A. Usina of Miami i|

which time Mr. Lanier was ini- The same line-up will probably bused used by the school children in at Moore Haven last Friday night Harry Hector of Miami and D. S.

tiated into the order. to night. {)making squares for afghans. (Continued on Page 5) I Campbell of Miami.h .. Ii i I

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SUNDAY g LessonBy THE ladybird is not a irJ-it is o

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INSTALLMENT (Released Western .
by Newspaper Union.)
letter to a noted archeologist. When when he left, to find Jacqueline greatly Catgut does not come fioin, cat-
TOE STORY SO FAR: Larry Cutter it is obtained sheep.
she told him about her great longingfor depressed. lie offered a marriage con-
fell In love with Jacqueline at the Hotel Ray- travel, he casually replied that she tract permitting her to retain her modeof Lesson for November 23 Turkish baths are not Turkish, nor
public stenographer from the lobby. could realize her dreams by marrying living and to cancel the marriage are they baths-they are hot-air
ear, by watching him. Another man entered the office after six months. "I'll do It," she agreed. rooms of Roman origin.
effort to meet Jack-as Jacqueline Lesson subjects and
In an Scripture texts selected -
called-he dictated an Imagl- before she could answer. Larry returned Now continue' with the story. ard copyrighted by International There is no cork in cork legs-
was !- "'-lo J # & :. Council permission.PRAYER of. Religious Education: used by the name came from Doctor Cork,

Jacqueline was positive that she when he got around it. The Antho- that; she was doing the right thing. the inventor.

had declined Larry's dinner invita- nys' living room promptly becamea For the two of them. AND THANKSGIVINGLESSON There is no soda in 60da-water-

tion. But she did recall admittingthat workshop, housing an amazing Three days of the new order,'then it is wafer charged with carbonic. '

,she frequently dined down in miscellany of gadgets financed from Vince was missing when Jacquelinecame TEXT-Matthew 6:5.15; Ephesians acid gas.
the Raynear cafeteria and might do Jacqueline's meager salary. home to prepare dinner. She GOLDEN 5:20; I Thessalonians 51618. Moving pictures do not move-
so tonight. Mr. Clutter had acceptedthat Several years passed in this unusual was almost ready to "give in," had every thing TEXT-Pray give thanks.without-I Thessalonians ceasing. they are a series of still pictures.

as a promise and taken himself situation. Jacqueline pros- her father known. 5:17. 18.Being.

,.. off with a smiling, "I'll see you pered, and finances became less of: On the table was a note, a note the
this evening. Thanks." a problem.The girl deciphered through blinding one with Christ, the Christian -

Just like that.Jacqueline girl lived two separate lives: tears.: Vince was very sorry, but finds prayer to be as natural'as 'Panholders MakeInteresting

;' Anthony had been en- One was in the world of busi- he must conduct his work in a more breathing. As he walks with the

tirely truthful when she told Larri- ness where she exhibited unusual congenial atmosphere. Master he talks with Him, praises, News

\. more Cutter that she didn't know proficiency, appreciated by employ- Following her first season of depression Him, thanks Him, makes his peti-
tions and his needs known to Him..
why she had listened to him in the and anxiety, Jacqueline
first place. As she recalled it, she ers.The other life was almost entirely was rather ashamed to find a certain We feel, however, like Christ's disciples -
than between the four walls of that liv- relief who asked Him to teach them,
had been more amused angry ; feeling of taking posses.sion
at his startling proposal. She was ing room where she listened with pa- of her. She found a modern'oneroom to pray (Luke 11:1). .' It is

intensely interested in his remarks tient enthusiasm to Vince as he put apartment in a much I. Instruction in Prayer G

about travel. She had been attract- tered with his contraptions.One more attractive part of the city and 1. How Not.to Pray (Matt. 6:5, 7).

f t: ed by him as well. There was something of his favorite pursuits was to established herself there. Prayer, which is the highest privi-

f' in' his direct, assertive man- outline a world trip they would takeas She planned to start life over. To lege of the Christian, is beset by

:: ner that appealed to her. a first celebration. Vince would really live. some deadly- dangers.
solution for trip to old atlas and, with Jac- a. No hypocritical performance
b: His casual a produce an
And business the hotel sat-
was ( 5). Some who wished to be
the Orient stunned her for the mo- queline's shining head close to his, I v.
isfactory for the most Miss
r part. seen in managed to be in a
:' ment. Left her almost speechless. map out routes and ports of call. prayer
r Anthony, public stenographer, conspicuous place at the Jewish
\' Then he had gone away without giv- Outsiders almost never intrudedin 1
4 gained the reputation for rapid and
ing her a chance to reply. When, this life. The Anthony home had accurate work. hours of prayer (nine, twelve, and
and if, he returned, she would put a no room for guests. Nobody else three o'clock). There, before a
: stop to any further conversation on would understand Vince. And so, Dreams seemed to be coming true crowd, they put on a prayer "show"for

that topic. all her acquaintances were made in at last. Even the great dream of the benefit of the onlooking audi-

., But the'call from Mr. Dennison the workaday world and remained them all was slowly taking shape. ence. Such a prayer is designed for pANHOLDER time is here-as
Everything Jacqueline was saving her money the ears of men and never reaches illustrates. Two
had everything. there.
with intent. First there cute kittens with bows
calculating God.b. perky a
in the world. How could he have With the building of the twenty-
must be something against a rainy No vain repetition (v. 7). We sunbonnet girl and her straw hat
moment to ?
I picked that come had come a changein
very story Raynear
day. And Vince. When ,that was do ,not need to repeat our petitions.God playmate, two cages holding ap-
There was no answer '. unless the life of Jacqueline Anthony.At
i attended to knows our need (v. 8). When plique birds,. and a demure maiden -
It was fate. Mr. Cutter said it was that time, the serious little with full skirts-
The of panholder
"' cinVince crossing! repetition is the outpouring an
with the shining -
',: fate.Grant Dennison was a partner in stenographer ,It might be the one and only trip earnest and urgent heart it means these are for kitchen decorationand

; and Den- of her life. She might spend the much, but that is different from your protection. The old-
the firm of Falk
brokerage .
.'." nison. Jacqueline had made two rest of,her days paying for it. But just repeating phrases. fashioned girl holder is cut from

modest investments with them and it would be glorious and daring. 2. How to Pray (Matt. 6:6: 8, 14, wood and painted, and two pan-
15 Eph. 5:20 I Thess. 5:16-18). holders hang from a hook at the
had been with There but trouble. If ; : ;
her contacts always was one
Public is sometimes both waist to form her skirts.
\' the junior partner. only there were some way to speed prayer *

.:;' He was a sharp-visaged little man w that cash reserve, in the savings necessary and proper, but usuallyour -Start with this transfer on panholders

.', who managed in some way to givean bank. A chance remark from old prayer should bea. for gifts, bazaars and your own use.
impression that anyone who Martin Jacobs showed her the way. In secret (v. 6). When we Transfer Z9364 Is 15 cents. Send your
pray we should be free from distracting order to:
knew little about
played the market was more or lessa Jacqueline very
fool. But if the fool was deter- r Mr. Jacobs, save that his occasional influences or personalities.We .
dictations revealed the fact that he are talking to God and should AUNT MARTHABox
mined to part with his money,
Messrs. Falk and Dennison might as APs lived somewhere out of the city. He give ourselves entirely over to 166-W Kansas City, Mo.

well have the commissions.This must be wealthy. communion with Him.b. Enclose 15 cents for each pattern

morning, Dennison had come "How would you like to make In faith (vv. 6, 8). God knows desired. Pattern No.........-......_

directly to the point of his errand in some money?" had been his unexpected 'what we need even though He waitsto Name ...............................
it. He
be inquired of concerning
"; the Raynear."I question: to stenographer. will to horror Address ...-...............
so as
;< found a memorandum on my "You'' could 'use it, I dare say?" prayer in
lives and
His name in our our
,desk yesterday,"Miss Anthony, that "Of .course," was Jacqueline's testimony before others.c. .

f.' you had called. cautious reply. With forgiveness (vv. 14, 15).

Jacqueline nodded apprehensively. Y "Do you ever invest in stocks, my No one who comes before God withan OVER 50 ?

: ,dear?" unforgiving spirit toward his

ft:. "I don't know where you got your "No, sir." brother is ready to ask God for the

j tip to buy' that stock in the first "I'm amazed! You're probably the forgiveness which he himself so ?

1.f. place.; But you have plenty of com- only girl in the city who doesn't." greatly needs.d. eMost
;,' pany. Mr. Jacobs lowered his voice. "Let With thanksgiving (Eph. 5:20).
"You mean ?" inside Watchan of us find that age and living
t': me give you an tip. To give thanks is altogether fittingas
"Your loss would be heavy at the industrial called Southern Fur- we come to God in prayer. Note habits bring on occasional bowel-
laziness. These spells of constipation -
last quotation. It might be wiser to nace. Something nice is going to that we are to be thankful "always"and
F" hold it for time But whateveryou ,with aggravating gas,may cause
happen to it. Buy some shares and "for all things," not just when restless nights. ADLERIKA can help
say. Let us know at any time. hold them. You'll thank
me, my some special blessing or favor has you face the future more cheerfully.Its .
w' ,
Was there anything else?
dear "
girl. come to us. ingredients attract to the bowels
F," "Oh, no. Thank you very much" Jacqueline pondered the informa- e. Without ceasing (I Thess. 5:16- extra moisture which softens packed

Mr. Dennison for your trouble. assumed a politely tion; she ventured some discreet 18). Union with Christ enables us wastes and assists in comfortable

"No trouble at all, Miss Anthony." injured air. questions to Archibald Potter the to pray without ceasing, even as He bowel action. ADLERIKA helps to

And Mr. Dennison had hurried out. first time she had an opportunity."So ever prays for us. This does not leave your bowels refreshed and
With him went all of namon-brown hair had reached the
Jacqueline of clean. Next time constipation and
the fever has caught you, call for the constant utterance
Anthony's dreams of the future. All age of twenty-two. And looked eight- tolerantly moment threaten your comfort, try
Miss Anthony? Mr. Potter was words, but the moment by gas
security. And in a state somewhere een.Days amused. Yes, he recalled prayer of a heart and life lifted to ADLERIKA. Druggists have it.
between inertia and panic, she had in the busy and fashionable '
hearing Southern Furnace men- Him. With such praying comes con- ,
listened to a renewal of Larry Cutter's Raynear opened an entirely new '
'. tioned favorably. It might be good stant rejoicing (v. 16). Full Hope and Trust
amazing proposal. In a mo- vista to Jacqueline Anthony's blue
for a flier. Why didn't Miss Anthony II. A Model of Prayer (Matt. 6:9- Confidence is that feeling by
of sheer
ment and unreasoning des- .
eyes. talk to Falk and Dennison. She might 13)). which the mind embarks in great
peration, she had said she would It was much like that round-the-
tell Grant Dennison that Potter sent The prayer which our Lord taught and honorable courses with a sure
him. She by this world
marry was sure trip.
His intended to be a in itself.-Cicero.
disciples was
time she had promised.Her Yet it all exerted a strange and her.Miss hope and trust
Anthony did. In a spirit of model rather than a form of prayer.
decision was a gamble, noth- steadily growing influence it planted -
invested it however if we
We ,
grand recklessness Jacqueline repeat ,
ing more or less. It was the sort seeds of revolt. Growing fears
of thing her father would have done, assailed her. She was following the a goodly share of her bank put into it the prayer of our hearts. T
account in Southern Furnace.Mr. 1. God and His Glory (vv. 9, 10). COLDS
Jacqueline reflected. same path. Already she had missedthe
Perhaps she was more like her life enjoyed by most girls her Jacobs was right. Southern Recognizing Him as our Fatherto
Furnace forged slowly but surelyup whom we may and must come c3&
father than she suspected. age. A home, intimate friends, so- quickly -
Vincent Anthony, loving and irresponsible cial contacts. Men had no part in in price. for all things, we in all humility LIQUID

failure that he was, had her existence, save as she encoun- She purchased another modest ascribe all honor to Him. Then we 6 6 TABLETSSALVE

been: his daughter's outstanding trial tered them in business.It block against Grant Dennison's pray that His kingdom may come, 6 NOSE; DROPS DROPS
in the future (and we look
during her more mature years. She was all wrong. lukewarm advice. It was evident not only
accepted him as her particular Then one day Vince announced that Mr. ,Dennison wasn't much of a forward to it!), but now, in our own

charge when she was seventeen, the blithely that one of his pet schemeshad gambler. hearts. The true believer wants the As We Wish

year that frail little Madge Anthonyhad been adopted previously by,a Then something happened. The will of God done in his own life and What ardently we wish, we soon
laid down the same burden. Jacqueline fellow inventor. He..was dropping it whole list grew erratic. Some stocks throughout the earth, even as it I believe.-Young.RHEUMATISMS.

was the pair's only child. for another project that offered in- fell sharply and Southern Furnace perfectly done in heaven.

Vincent always was in quest of, finitely greater returns and showed an ambition to lead the re I This prayer begins at the proper
with God
and about to overtake "big money." "It won't be long now," he assured treat. point. A right relationship
Steady work and systematic saving I his daughter airily. "In six Almost in desperation she decidedto brings true blessing on earth. The ei00DI I II'Dtuo

held no appeal for him. Let others months, we'll be sailing." have a talk with Dennison and one who prays is now ready to present sro ts ,

plod if they cared to. Anthony knew I "Vince I've got to tell you learn the worst. He "was not in to God
he would strike it rich some day something." And Jacqueline found when she called. I 2. Man and His Needs (vv. 11-13). amt

and had a ready excuse for each succeeding herself hurriedly reciting her Dec- Today, he called upon her! Daily bread is mentioned first, I 1..bMR

failure. With the fading of laration of Independence. The great dream suddenly had for without it life could not continue.

one dream, he was off in fresh pur- Vincent Anthony had been on trial vanished into oblivion. Reduced to This is the constant need of man, I

suit. in his own house for a quarter cen ash in the devouring maw of Southern I and his great struggle. God is able s i lessedRel e,2

It was the mother who was forcedto tury. Hereafter, he might find bed Furnace. I for that problem, and only He is

provide most of the necessary and board there, but not one cent for And now, Jacqueline Anthony had able. Unless He gives "seed to the : i

income. dry batteries. The family must and gambled her future. On a wild and sower and bread to the eater" (Isa.

"Vince"-that was the name Jac- would have a growing savings ac unheard-of throw. For what? A 55:10) we are gone.

queline bestowed upon her parent count. Jacqueline managed to keep snatched-at security? Paying for it But man has even greater spiritual : MORE FOR YOUR M

almost as soon as she was able to her voice steady. with herself. needs. Sin needs forgiveness,

talk-was quite the most charming There was no answering outburst. Things of that sort never hap- weakness needs strength, the powerof j

companion a child could know. Vince assumed a politely injuredair. pened in real life. When she saw the enemy of our souls calls for O Read the advertisements. 0

At the time the wife and mother If Jacqueline wished to throw Mr. Cutter again she would find thatit deliverance. Again God is able and They are more than a selling

passed unobtrusively from the fam- aside the leisure and riches he was all had been a hoax. If only she ready to hear man's prayer. aid for business. They forman

ily picture, Jacqueline had managedto about to give her After all, it never had to see him. She couldn'trun One of the sad things about the educational system which N

complete a business course and was about what a father might expect away, though. She needed the study of prayer is that we are all is making Americans the best-

was happy in her first position. these days. It wasn't the first Raynear worse than ever. She would 'so ready to talk about it, discussit educated buyers in the world.

Vince, harboring an idea that the time that a genius' family had tell Mr. Cutter even preach about it, and then The advertisements are part ..

motherless girl needed his care and proved a stumbling block.It What? do so little praying. Knowing how of an economic system which

protection, took time out to give was a hard task for the girl to In some fashion, the day draggedto to pray, and admiring a model of is giving Americans more Y

the world some needed inventions.He steel her heart against this martyr an prayer, will profit us nothing, un- for their money every day.
always had intended to do that complex, but she knew instinctively BE CONTINUED less we pray.

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'" Ex-Mayor] Jimmy Walker

Sure ,Knew His, Politics !

During Jimmy Walker's last

campaign, his opponent repeatedly -
charged him with corruption.
He never affirmed
Wash clothes and hair brushesin
alum water occasionally to "Why do you let him get away I
with those "
accusations? asked
keep them in good condition.
.., advisor. i
, PETERB. "What good would it do?" said :
,'.,' That pie crust will be more .. Walker. "It would only build him

' ::... tasty if two tablespoons of peanut ii B. up. But one thing I would like to
:- \ butter are added to the dough. :
. ask him-what was he doing in
PEEVEd Waterbury last July?"
r: .' Fasten on clothing before
:: ; "Was he there at the time?"
:, "
:-- putting through wringer and they
' "I have no idea," answered
, willcome, out in good condition.
- Walker. "But if I asked him that,
.;' he could deny it until he was blue
mustard stains from d/
. To remove in the face. A lot of suckers would
table linen boil stained part in a
still think there was something
of water to which one tea-
, quart fishy about him and Waterbury."
spoon of washing soda has been !

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men change like leaves on the nearest to the gods who knows how I

bough, some of which go and oth- E to be silent.-Cato.
ers come.-Dante.

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News thought up one that we think is per.We I I GUESS WHO? Janice Wynn .................... Gripin'

The Clewiston VERY important and we can't re are asking you students to I He is a junior. He is tall (6'1") Jack Waters .................... Fibbin'

sist sticking it in.) please help the janitors, as well with black hair and beautiful blue Jeanne O'Niel ................ McLeodin'Isabelle
Don't tell the publicity de- as the school, by keeping your sur- .
Published every Friday In C.1e'-tston, 11. do roundings clean. eyes.Does Mills ..................._ Jukin'
Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, partment about anything you he
inc. division. She might put it like blondes? .O ray! :Hiss Humble .................... Teachin
in your i !
would His favorite dish is hot tomales
in the paper and someone 11TH GRADE '
KEATIILEY DOWDEX, Editor know about it! I and Mauryne.
The Juniors had a swell time AOTICE INTENTION TO
(Note of Ramblings-That 11th
Tuesday night. A "Quaker madesmear" UEGISTEU FICTITIOUS NAME
(rule sounds so much like our own 11TH GRADE
!Entered as second class mail matter was held at Laura Dailey's'and
February 1. 1927 at the Pest Office In !(thoughts tliat we want to explainthat later we stormed the show. Favorite TQ WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Clewiston Florida under the Act or it is also part of the quota- Notice Is hereby given that the
Starch 3, 1897.8ubtcr'ltlon You see, Sonny Vaughn ................ Mauryin' undersigned, under the provisions of
tion from The f Chapter 20,953 Laws of Florida, Acts
Gloria McDuffie .........._.
the editor of the paper, nor even i 7TH GRADE Cadet n' of 1941, will register with the Clerkof
Kale $2.00 Per Year. chairman of your i i i Robert Taylor .................... Lovin' the Circuit Court in and for
the publicity can know EVERY- 1! We had a spelling bee Friday; Laura Bailey ._m.m_._.......: Johnin' Hendry of proof County of publication Florida of upon this receipt notice,
On Application. organization (
AeHcrtixIng Raton If somethingisn't Grace- Ward and Sammy Youngwon. Bernard Leiter .................... Jokin' the fictitious name to-wit:
THING that goes on.that should have This is test week, but we Dot Knight ..................____.. Eatin1 CLirv\ISTO.V, INN UEAUTY SHOP
in the paper under which I am engaged in bust-
Devoted to the advancement and welfare blame not the ;I have almost' finished, except for George Williams ............ Studyin' ness' at Clewiston.
been in the paper, ,
of Clewiston and Hendry Count the edi- :geography. Juanita Burkett __........_..... Reducin''' That the party interested in said
-- --- ----- editor-unless facts and you requested gave it be i i Several of our members are going Kemper Bond .................... Courtin''' business is L.UCILC as follows DOWNS:
tor the I
have publicity to the circus today. Louise Pre-, Esther Haven :.............._.... Snoopin''' City of Clewiston County Hendry,
.;," ; or
;Q );) : \ I morning. Margie Allen, Pat Bailey
NATIO\ALf1>ITORIALASSOCLrnc.1941 \' editor with the facts gathered
( l
v .
Vit together. We don't mind writing ,land Mary Louise Thomas are leaving :N;..;NNNN,- ,- ,- ;-..:-N 11 N.:N N:NN:1:N N 1.:N:1.:.:N N N.:H..:N:IN.:Mil:.:N N N N N:N N..:NN N ti N N M:N: :
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the story, but we do not care to I :_; y:

... . . . . do nine-tenths of the work of the y
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publicity department SOCIETY r /On iExplanation _'.
in town and then be criti- I :
AMBLI VGS. sized for not doing the other tenth! No one goes anywhere (if they 1 I
do, they don't tell me), and no _..
;.;..;..:..:-:..:..: ..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..;..:o Yesterday was circus day andif one does anything in particular: ..::.. '

Each of us who is a member of we are a bit woozy today it is but still I'm supposed to have :i:

any organization, church, PTA, because we are still mentally news on society. If it were your : V :::

club, fled Cross or what-have-you, swinging on a trapeze in the top job, do you think you could under y

-may well read and heed the fol- of the tent. Trying to watch Ring- such circumstances? I don't think .:

lowing. It refers to a Red Cross ling Brothers and Barnum and you could! So won't you cooperate DID Not ORIGINATE i.

branch since it was written for Bailey's Combined Shows is ratheran with me and help me as well as I.*. IN TURKEY c-; =.\ ::

The 'Volunteer, a monthly sheet exhausting process. The show- yourself? ::: p( TIMONIi t s+s .'. ..
published by the Volunteer Spe- manship is spectacular, and the individual You may wonder how you can y X "

Cross. But :you may substitute the I tion. It is a show that loses none as well as the whole staff, but you I T .
of thrill from to andno think about it and will see' 's'
name of any organization, and' it its year year you
:fi ts! matter how often we see it, it this way too. I
we look forward to the next op You are a member of Clewiston Ii
Ten Ways To Kill A Branch? ..
.s' ::; '.'
portunity. a part of the school. Therefore, ...
1. Don't attend meetings and .if teeThe :
should with im-
you work us to : :
:;you go, get there late. : -' ( on Page Eight) ; :
Red Cross Roll call is en- prove this part as well as the >i u-C
2. Never 'accept office. It is 'easier tering ,its last week. If you have in other parts of.o. r school. : :> ,{: J.
to criticize others than to have .
some manner been missed in the ,
'them criticizing you. house-to-house canvass, or have not FOOTBALLTigers ;*!:; &: i rT t ;; 'j it

3. Don't do any more than you encountered any of the 'workers,

'have to, and then, when someone you may drop -a dollar in an en- Overrun Avon .Park 48.6 y X:

who will 'work, does, talk all over velope to Pete Chagaris, Roll Call The Tigers entered the game .:i_,: What finer gift can you give family ::
town about how the Branch is be- your
Chairman, who will be delightedto Friday night very doubtful of their *
:ing run by a clique. _add your name to the member- capacity to stop the opposing team than a home of their own! In many instances :

4. If you have an idea, don't ship. The statement that every, but determined to do their bestas I :: monthly
think of telling the head of the y payments on a home ::
:community should exceed its quota usual. Then much to the delight .
Branch, just tell the girls at your '' this year needs no explanation.The of the crowd the Tigers over ::: are less a month than rent. Why not talk ::

bridge club. I ever-increasing need for Red ran them. I :!: with us about 'the modern
5. Get mad if you are not put [Cross funds and workers all over The Tiger line-up was: Center, way to home :::

on a committee ,or get mad if you'don't I I the world is obvious. I I Hooker (Captain), scored 8; right :!: ownership? :2 2J
get elected to the office
Waldron; left end, Pape, scor-
:think you should have.' 1' ed 12; right half, Martinez, scored :
6. Don't let them learn to defend 1 1I 12 left half Belcher y
<:CICbOOI ileluS ; ; fullback, X
on you. Keep them guessing Perry, scored 20.. .:.
all the time about whether you'll :
The game proved to be very ex- X
te there not. Tell them THE STAFF I y ,
_91'r you'll'do I citing from the beginning to the ,
a thing and then just forget Elizabeth Winn ................ Humor,I end;; The' student body is' very yy
all about' it. Mauryne Prewitt ...... Chief Reporter:i I proud of the Tigers.

7. Get good and mad at some Jeanne O'Xeill ...__...__' Society J I I This Friday the Tigers play a e copy ,

members of the Branch and quit Juanita Burkett ....._n.__... Faculty I Pompano and we are expecting a .. _:

having. anything to do with it or Dorothy Knight ...'_....._ Sketches I larger crowd to attend than attended -!'I : v.:.

them.them too Don't much resign satisfaction.- that gives and ;:Kemper Barnard: Leiter Bond, _and__..._.un_ Sports I the last game.. I.....N..N.N..N.:...N N-.N..N...:.NNN.. .. ..M;:N..N'N.N:N ti:H:NN... ..i.N.NN. ..I.N..N.NN- N.N..N.N.N..N..N..N..N..N..N..N..N..M.N..N......Nr .,

then besides they could get some-i Marianne Jones ......:..._...__ Clubs;' --------------------N-
one else to do the job you're un- I Jimmy Paul ...__.........._ Reporter i ::j:,:::;::NMMNMN:::N NNMN; ,/N.NMNNNNN. NNNNH:N NNNN. INNNN. .NN. .::NNNNNN.NNNN. .::,::t::?:,:i NNW i M.NNNNNN N N;;N,;:N N.N N NNNN,:. i NNNNNNH.NN i iiN NN ,N.::;::N 4

'willing to do. j Gloria McDuffie _........ Specialties :::::: .. Si
8. .
Always be pessimistic. Espe-
Class Reporters /
: :y .
cially about the Branch I : I ..
ever growing Bettjc McDuffie, Philip McLeod; :.y. ,> .:..:.
into a chapter or making the j I Gloria McDuffie, Beulah Guthrie. ..;.....!.. : .:.:::

quota 9. Watch- at roll everything call. the officers I CLEANLINESSWhile I 1v= .. ENJOY AN 1if .=.3

do and run' around telling the i, I :::: '- ||

world at large how dumb 'they \ helping clean up the au-' i .. : .; '_ ::::
are. ditorium for a dance, I noticed : ALL ELECTRIC Ji '- '

10. Encourage your friends not much unnecessary dirt and waste I i! li. : : f;; .i !! !

to volunteer to the Red Cross for paper. I .
service "Because they have too Not only does it occur in the i ,1

many people working for them ;school house, but on the grounds. I t: 'f HOME ,1'1t III

already for nothing." ;Some students litter the place with I -c,;: ,
.... .
When : ; ):..-.1. / ,;-:". i. _
we got this far we :scraps of lunch and pieces of pa- ". '
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'/ 'ffONEMIGI I J ::::: takes care of both the work and the pleasures of the :!::;:

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0/6LY., tDmEDIRnS i ..LuTtIE ':.:::'' I and economically.,

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I R. M. Hare, Sr., of Key West,' C. L. Hinnant, assistant freight LOCAL BOY COMPLETESSIX
r: spent the week-end in Clewiston.Mr. traffic manager for the A. C. L. i WEEKS' ,TRAINING Priorities UrgedContinued -

I railway company, Wilmington, N..

r [ Personals ] and Mrs. V. E. Ramsey of C., was a business visitor here Paul Pullen, has completed six ( : from ''Page 1)

Orlando, who spent last season at Tuesday. weeks' of recruit training at the share of acreage shall not be less

rI the Clewiston Inn, have taken an Naval Training Station, Norfolk, than acreage planted in sugar. cane
apartment in Belle Glade for the Ellis Rasmussen of Fort Myerswas Va., and has returned home for during or prior to the fall of '1941
I Mrs. Ernest J. Smith and Mrs. season. Mrs. Ramsey was the guestof here on business Wednesday. ten days leave. Upon his returnto and that the acreage 'limitationand

Lehman were visitors in Miami friends i'n Clewiston Tuesday. the. Training Station ,he will the limitation of continental

Tuesday enter a Navy Trade School of his production of this essential defense -
West of Orlando
Tinsley was a
Keathley Bowden attended the selection, it is announced today by food be suspended during the
business visitor- here
., Miss Bernice O'Neal ,of .:West meeting of the Florida Press As- night. Tuesday Guy ;F. Hull, Recruiting Officerfor emergency."

I Palm Beach was a visitor in Clew- sociation in Ocala the latter partof this area with headquarters at R. E, Kurtz ,of Fort Myers

; iston this week. last week and made a business Post Office Bldg., Miami, Fla. Paulis .brought up the question of the po-
,, -- trip to Tallahassee and Jackson- Luther Lowe returned home this the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. tato quota and was told that an
I Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Thomas and ville before returning.Mr. .' week from a four-year enlistmentin Pullen. amendment proposed by Rep. Pat
'I I ': :Miss Mary Ouster spent a few days the U. S. Navy ,_and expects to Cannon would, exempt Red Bliss
' in Miami this week. spend some time here with his potatdes as
and Mrs. Fred Hill, former perishables. Howard
parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lowe Tigers End- :
Haney of Belle Glade
residents of Clewiston, spent Sunday chairmanof
Miss Roberta George and Hal-
and Sunday night here. They the vegetable .subcommitteewill
son Avant attended the football were en route to Clearwater from Rev. O. E. Tyler, district super- (Continued from page 1) prepare a resolution backing
game in Miami Saturday evening. intendent for the Miami district of the Cannon amendment.
Miami where they attended the and the Tigers showing against
football 'game Saturday evening. the Methodist Episcopal Church, this team may be an indication of Many other speakers were heardat
Phoebe Peterson spent a
was a business visitor here Tues- what be the meeting
may expected Wednesday including Frank
Palm at
few in West
days Miss Mary Custer of Johnstown, day, looking over Clewiston with j I night. Holland of Winter Haven who
: her home this week.
view to the
a establishing of a represented his brother
Pennsylvania, is the guest of her T' Governor

:Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Dilley spent cousin, Mrs. M. A. Thomas and church of that denomination here. Bank Spessard L. Holland, H. G. Clay-

the week-end in Winter Haven Vis- family. Mrs. Thomas, Miss Custer, Director InjuredIn ton of, Gainesville, chairman of
friends. Mrs. S. P. Slonaker and Mrs. J. :MRS.: BROWN ENTERTAINSTO the USDA defense boar Commissioner

iting ,_, ,., H. Richards spent Friday in Fort CELEBRATE SECOND' Car Wreck MondayHoward of Agriculture Nathan Mayo,

Mrs. E. W. Durst, Mrs. 'Charles{ : Myers and at the beach. BIRTHDAY OF SOX Dr. Wilmon Newell, chairman of

Bolton and Mrs. 'H. R. Hall' 'were: the advisory committee on agricul-

visitors in West Palm Bach Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Leydig, Miss Mrs. G. H. Brown entertained L. Haney of Belle Glade, ture and Geo. L. Burr, executive
Marion Leydig, Miss Roberta Spi- with a party yesterday afternoon, a director in the new Belle Glade secretary of the State Defense
cer and Miss Florence Graham celebrating the second birthday of National Bank was seriously tho'not Council.

Mr. and Mrs. Huey Love .of Miami drove around the Lake Sunday afternoon her son, Warren. The ,children critically injured Monday night I
I played with toys on the lawn for near the Roy Hudson farm when
and their friends, Mr. and stopping at Canal Point
an hour and were invited into the his car left the highway and I CLEWISTOX
Mrs. William
Ray Smiles of Philadelphia, were to visit Mr. and I -
living room where refreshments of crashed into one of the pine trees
visitors in Clewiston Wednesday. Johnson. I TINNING & PLUMBING SHOP
-, ice cream and cookies were served. along the canal., Luther Jones of
stationed Balloons were given as favorsto Belle Glade was driving Mr. Anything in Plumbin: Fixtures
Robert N. Smith, who Robert Kelly, who recently en-
in Sebring on airport survey listed in the Navy, came down Leif Erik Johnson, Larry Tyson Haney's car at the time and escaped Prompt, Efficient Service
Karl and Eric Larsen, John with only minor cuts and
work, spent Saturday in Clewis- from Jacksonville Saturday and
Grady Niblack, Jay Carroll Miner, bruises. PETER CHRISTENSEN; Mgr.
town with his family.
spent the week-end with Mr. and
Agnes Ann and Phillip Hackettand two
The men were returning
Mrs E. E. Kelly and Lloyd Kelly, .
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Settle, Mr. accompanying them to the football Mary Lou and Danny Carhart. home from Clewiston where they
Assisting Mrs. Brown were Mrs. had attended the celebration din-
and Mrs. D. C. Settle and daugh- in Miami Saturday.
ters, Sue and Sandra, were guests game Carl Johnson, Mrs. Tyson, Mrs.: ner for the opening of the new

of friends in Clewiston Monday. Otto Larsen, Mrs. J. G. Niblackand I bank on the following' day. Ehney & Foster I
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Bair, who Mrs. Douglas
Carhart. Mr. Haney was thrown throughthe
have resided in Clewiston for the PAINT CONTRACTORS I J
Jack Moorman spent Wednesday windshield of the car by the
-, past two years, during which Mr. MRS. 1A.. THOMAS HONORS Sprayer For Furniture Painting I
in Miami, where he enlisted in the impact knocked
Bair has been pro at the local MISS CUSTER WITH PARTY Floor Sanding
i United States Navy at the Recruiting was badly lacerated about the
golf course, left Wednesday for Phone 69 Free EstimatesJohnson's
station in the federal build head. Both men were taken to
Belle Glade. Mr. Bair 'has enteredthe Mrs. M. A. Thomas was hostessat
ing. the Pahokee Hospital and Mr.
:- employ of the City of Belle a party given, in honor of her Jones was discharged after first
Glade. guest, Miss Mary Custer of Johns-
Raymond J. Davis, of Limestone, aid treatment._ The car was badly
was a business visitor in Clewis- town, Pennsylvania, at the com- damaged. ," Fish CampNear I

ton yesterday. Mr. Davis is candi- Among those who attended the munity hall Saturday evening. ( Hurricane Gate)

date for railroad commissioner, Florida-Miami game in Miami Sat- Dancing was enjoyed throughout )I Kiwanis Club Enjoys Clewiston, FIn. I
number 1. urday night were: Mr. and Mrs. A. the evening. String music forI
. group Boats and Motors-Guide Servlct'Rat.es
W. Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. Sandy square dancing was furnished by
/ I Boe Lolly and Mr. Thomas. Those Movie At MeetingMembers" Reasonable f
Harry Byers has reurned froma Bell, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Thomas, W. H. Johnson, "gr.
two weeks'' 'vacation, during Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Beardsley, Mr. attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Paul f

... which time he motored to Virginiaand and Mrs. Geo. Crowe; Mr.. and Mrs. Bussey, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Pre-
visited interesting points en M. W. Bigg, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. vatt, Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Mock, of the Kiwanis Club I

,," route.. r/ _,, :,, '.' BJr. and Mrs. .J._ E._Beardsley, Mr., Mr. and Mrs._ 'Joe Cato, Mr. 'and enjoyed a travelogue movie at the ,
: f J. M.
# ; w
y '
( : .
1 Y and Mrs. F.. D. Duff;, Mr .and Mrs; Mrs. M. Keen, Mr and Mis.. Boe midweek meeting- the Inn Wednesday : I i r
: ,' Postmaster A." W. Sias: and Ir?". B. J. Schroeder; Mr. and Mrs. C.: Lolly, Mr. and Mrs. W. R.. Broad- night on Carlsbad Caverns. Counselor and Attorney at I.a I
,: .' erick, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Richards It shown by Ed Markette.J. .
: f Elberta Whidden:' were called to E. Nail, Miss Lois Knight, Parker was Hopkins Building!
A Punta Gorda Wednesday by the Wilson, Jay W. Moran, Bobby Pat' Mr. and Mrs. Art Hall, Mr. D. E. Beardsley: made a brief f

('.' J death of their uncle, George De- terson, Jim and Bruce Beardsley, Browning. report on the defense agricultural Wednesdays and Satnrdajs
Coster. R. M. Bishop, E. E. Gross, W H. meeting which he attended in 9:30 to 4:00

.." -- Lanier, R. C. Wilson and Foy Dur- PARENT-TEACHER ASS'N Lakeland on Tuesday. f
: : ::> Miss Martha Nell Alston, a student rance.
.;.':(' '., at Barry College, Miami .....................................................................................................,................................................................. II II.i
:"' Among the Clewiston residents following is a list of busi- : i
Beach, spent the week-end here .i
: .. attending the showing of Ringling ness firms and individuals contri- :: .1. I..f. Jii
., with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. I ; Molasses-Fed Hamburgers
G.. Alston. Brothers, Barnum and Bailey Circus buting prizes of merchandise or: !
in West Palm Beach yesterdaywere cash to be used for purchasing ii

r'- Mrs. F. Deane Duff, Miss Kath- : Mrs. H. A. Avant,' Mrs. Hubert prizes, and supplies for the Hal- STILL 10c
,, Land, Mrs. R.. E. Waldron, loween Carnival. The ParentTeacher -
;;;; : erine Moran, Mrs. N. V. S. Mum-
' Gene and Shari Land, Mrs. M. W. Association extends thanks to: _
\' "'.c ford and Mis. Edmund M. Blake At Alderman's Sandwich Shop
,:;,:' .': were guests of Mrs. F. Edward Bigg, Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Benny P. Lorillard Tobacco Company; ; I I.i. i
.\ and David Prewitt, Mrs. Ruth Wil- Mr. McIntosh for Camel Cigarettes ..
:: Bryant in Palm Beach Tuesday. s. Bowling Alleys Open. Cash Prizes Each Week : l
-- cox, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cornette, ; Clewiston Appliance Store; ::
qr' Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bestor and Sue Cornette, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Royal's; Parkinson's; Mr. Russellfor :;: Taxi Service to Any Part of City at Reasonable Rates. _

:;," Hr. and Mrs. R. Y. Patterson and Perry, Bill and John Perry, Mr. Singer Sewing Machine Com- y
/- .,' :" Bob Patterson were week-end and Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mary pany; Mr. Osbourne, for Dixie :!: ALDERMAN'S :: !

:> guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. W. M. Louise Thomas, Pat Bailey, Mr. Lily Flour Company; Pete Chag- .:. (.

k,; Redelsheimer_ in Miami. and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt, Mauryne, aris; Eli Witt Tobacco Company; .?:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:. I I
r., Louise and Anne Prewitt, Mrs. A. Henry Lanier Candy Company; A. II I

:" .' : Mr. and Mrs. Sidney L. Crochet H. King, Wayne and Mary Jean O. Ward and H. C. Kol&tad; Mrs.G. ...NN.. ..N N....NN NNN. ...N N;..;................................................NNN..M". .....M.MNM N......N..NNNNM. . I
I IL;'. attended the football game in Miami King, Mrs. Clarence Benbow, Char- H. Small; Swift's; Wilson's; Al- -----------. i
i" I Saturday evening and remained les and Shirley Benbow, Joe Hall, ston's; Seminole; Hub Chevrolet

over for the week-end with Miss Ardis Bolton, Mrs Keathley Company; Sugarland Service Sta-
friends. Bowden, Kay and Paul Bowden. I tion; Texaco Service Station; The
Tnffs-pw Shop: Ben Franklin
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'.'..1;,' Stores;; Tom. Toulis; Gulf Service I' I '

l"l"l l tt l l l"l l"l"l . . . . : : :+: : : Station; Shorty's Barber Sh ; CLEWISTON GOLF
Thompson Auto Parts; W. W.I II

r:: rX" ; "l Perry; Dick Hall, 'J. A. > y I
I Announcing f I E. E.: Kelly; Elbert Stewart; E. M. :
Cornette; H. A. Sutton; Mr. and E COURSE
,- .:. Mrs. C. L. Downs; Lykes Brothers; .

:: ANEW :|: Alfar Creamery; Band B Gro- 5 ,
Bell Baking Company Southern : \
cery; ; : II

,:- j:: SERVICE TO THE GLADES :f: Waters Baking; H. Company J. Oglesby; Mrs.; Clewis-Olin 's' II IIh I

55 ton News. Lumber, tables, benches; !
and a truck for hauling were pro- ; hX
\ .. ..
;' .:. .:. vided by Bishop-Wilson Lumber

} I FORT MYERS TO MIAMI VIA f tf Company Corporation; the United and C. States H. Berner.Sugar .; i


f <- :_I;: ''''' CLEWIS TON AND ROAD 26 :.|:;.: Cub Pack- = I .... Open to the. Public ] I !


1, I_ NEW BUSSES | Walston Beatty,('Continued and Danny Richard from Martin McLeod.Page, 1)Herbert Mrs.A. a I. 1.: : I.i.

Toulis is den mother and Char-

' I:i: Leave Ft. Myers ...-. . . 7:30 A.M. f:;: les Benbow is den chief. In the d11:=
third group are Bob Smith, Ed- i
.$: Arrive Miami .. . ._ 1 11 1 1:59 A.M. :%: ward Bourne, Edward Conkling,

:|' Leave Miami . . . 3:00: P.M. f; Dick Schiffli, Harry Vaughn with :

Si.- |j_:: Arrive Ft. Myers . .'.. -. . 7:30 P.M. :.|;:;. and Mrs. Albert H. T. Vaughn Stephens as as*.den den mother chief. :,= Moderate Greea Fees :::

: In the fourth group are Bob Ber- ,
.' :X_: CLEWISTON TO MIAMI .....:.'........:'....:.............,.......... 9:15 A. M. 1_$: I ner, Charles Miner, Bub Mills, Jim '= Exceptional Fairways .:_:.=
V 1* Johnson and Kay Bowden with \ :-
:;X; FORT MYERS TO CLEWISTON ,.::::......................... 5:45 P. M. XX Xy ;; Mrs. Keathley Bowden, den mother '= Interesting Greensi .::.:

and Sammy Young den chief. :
f ::
Members of the committee from ;i !

, ,. For Information Call At Alston's Drug Store ..,- the sponsoring groups are Mr. Ber- ------ -

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7/rtP I Steeds for Manhattan MountiesEvery I SPEAKING OFSPORTS

year the New York police department buys 28 horses to re-

place that number retired from the four hundred that make up the By ROBERT McSHANE

pR W NPi "cop cavalry." These horses are as nearly alike as the buyer can get GE Union
EN Released i by Western Newspaper
R BE them. Age 4 to 8 years; geldings of between 1,000 and 1,250 pounds and ] SCREEN i0

between 15.3 and 16.2 hands high. Color must be bay (don't ask why). By VIRGINIA VALE
Washington, D. C. ,These photos, made at the remount depot, show principal stages in the (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) BEFORE paign in the the 1941 Midwest football reachedthe cam-

BRITISH AND U. S. POLICYU. training of police horses, under the tutelage of Sgt. James Gannon. NOT content with having a half-way point it was quite

S. diplomats arc not shoutin promising film ca- definitely established as a sopho-
'?S2Kr**>> 'i
it from the housetops, but there hay V<' M W> X VZfa reer, Susan Hayward has mores' season.
been two important occasions whe; *% <#$%* ,' ',''fV' "I SfflP turned actors' agent. Diningat Just about every major team in
the British put a very restrainin, the Western conference area has at
hand on American foreign policy, a New Orleans hotel, she least one star sophomore. Many
and checked major moves in the> was impressed by the young have more than one. Already some
South Atlantic and the Pacific. singer and trumpet player of them are known from one end

One move was last May when it with Chuck Foster's band; he of the country to the other. They
became conclusively apparent tha have pitted their brains and brawn
the Vichy government was the too k<(:Y Y.ar.t rke v ir a 3s3'"' stopped the show at every against veterans and haven't been
of Hitler and when many U. S. t performance. So when he was found wanting.

strategists favored the taking of brought over to meet her she ques- Mighty Minnesota q. has two of
Martinique and the Azores, and per 4 : tioned him. Why wasn't he in them-Bud Higgins, the breakawayback
haps even a landing force at Dakar films? Nobody'd asked him to be. and Bill Garnaas, the big lad
in French West Africa. xr;' Where did he come from? Los' An- who calls the Gopher shots. Gar-
But the Churchill government pro ..9 a geles, but he'd never been able to naas is being rated as the ablest signal -
tested that this would take U. S. YFv sY get near a film studio there! caller Minnesota has known

ships away from transporting supplies j So Susan placed him under con- since Glenn Seidel held that post in
to the Battle of Britain; would ,.a k'W., L tract, and arranged for his Holly- 1934. Higgins' part in the recent
focus American attention upon an wood debut, at a cafe there., His Northwestern tilt was enough to
other part of the world. So Roose name? Ray Robbins, professionally earn everlasting glory for the "Mad
velt kept out of the South Atlantic. ,?, 1 SnN 'A ; in real life,,,it's Foster. Midget."
The second move was about twc iDL.Y ,.Jas.f. ,, Y ---.
.va Y :J f ; J Michigan has ,Tom Kuzma, a 200-
when Mr. Churchill tele- A new romantic duo makes its
ago In
pound triple-threat performer.
phoned the President to advise ; 4ti.s.; ... debut in RKO's comedy, "Obliging
"{< : .: the Wolverines first four games
.my r.8.'J' :: "
against any showdown with the Jap- raf';",y ''.ww Young Lady, in the persons of Ed- Kuzma scored five touchdowns and
in the Pacific. His advice mond O'Brien and Ruth Warrick.
anese passed for two more. Ten times in

came shortly after the new pro- s ; ,..,ta \.., a'C.: /i' >t Y/ the Michigan State, Iowa and North-
Nazi cabinet took office in Tokyo. : ;aA.{' p'n'' jy:.a"'a.w a::. TiS yx '.i a h R. w ;.y4wr a' western games Tom booted the ball

Churchill urged that the battle in'i i -to sbaWiS ciSS B ---...ar -_..__..._-- Y / out of bounds inside the opponents'
Europe was the main show and the l a' ,15-yard line.Angelo .
United States should not get absorbed Sergeant Gannon and an assistant are putting the rookie horse Bertelli was the first

with side-shows. through a lesson control here. ; .sophomore in many a year to open

Regarding this Churchill advice, .. _.. _.___................. ___.. the season as No. 1 left halfback for
rift a.,M:r:J'Y oa: nn9-a'+aTP'{? MKxMx?+xY'rxY!7.qY ,:vriyay4.
there continues to be a wide d. :. ; .
inside the Roosevelt administration.And 3f,rt.!.,'::..... :::y.:,;'.) ;< 'k:,.. ;.o'y) ,,.'f{v.s.'ts' :.;+,,:\a::;%%; rn. .,S r. superb. In his first four varsity
incidentally, there is not complete I If i'd".Y games Bertelli completed 26 out of
unity on this point inside the S 41 passes for 393 yards-almost 100
British government. Australian sen- .C ): "ri %rf v yards a game.
timent leans toward a cleaning up Q
Otto Graham, sophomore left halfback -
of the Pacific situation, after whichall %
for Northwestern is thing of
may' ,
parts,of the,British Empire, plus v E \, .1 y
beauty and a joy forever to Coach
perhaps the United States, could :
"Pappy" Waldorf. He started
concentrate on Europe. season by returning a Kansas State

Rift in Administration.Inside punt 90 yards for a touchdown, scor-
the Roosevelt administration ing twice more in the same game.
He scored twice against Wisconsinand
the men who urge a go-slow
policy toward Japan are Admiral made the Wildcats' only points

Stark, chief of naval operations, and RUTH WARRICKHe against Michigan.Bill .
the state department. On the other .\ Hillenbrand of Indiana is an-
side are many of the other admirals, /ygriA'kyy -:, a.f' recently scored in "A Girl, a other highly touted sophomore who
including Admiral Ernest King, Guy and a Gob" and "Parachute didn't let his backers down. Early
commander of the Atlantic fleet, Battalion." She made her film bowas season dope had him as the out-

who says he,. can get along in the Orson Welles' first wife in "Citi- standing sophomore of the season.
Atlantic merely with his 'present zen_ Kane," the picture that's beena That point may be argued, but the
consignment, of destroyers, and springboard to motion picture contracts fact remains that Hillenbrand is
light cruisers, which are allthat, for so many actors and act completely dangerous on the foot-
are needed for convoying.The resses. ball field. Texas Christian will testify -

first big point of the "strongpolicy" s to that fact.
admirals is that every day 'xr oatslG p Y.'S: Robert 'Taylor has an exceptionally There are plenty of others. His
of delay weakens the Russians, and ,..h JI2, nYitia 7.;.,s.{... g9'.dRK'4{tr :p:'..j + J tough beard, and while he's be- Ohio State coaches claim that Lynn
the Russians are the big potential + ing shaved talks about show horses, Houston, sophomore guard, makes

allies of the United States against Taking a high barrier all on his own. .Riderless horses are put like his Arabian stallion; Clark fewer mistakes than any of their .
I Gable chats about guns and fish linemen. Pat Harder of Wisconsin is
With Russian bombing
Japan. through their paces to accustom them to obey the.spoken command.
planes operating from Vladivostok I and venison, under the same condi- a driving fullback with power, speed

against the paper and bamboo 3+.'Sf"Y;'?;:"JOao r :n :!'v.C*s"w yvy'VW'f ;?VWy'VA v" :"''y" *miryt., ,->yv '*..- tions, and he also has a tough and a quicksilver elusiveness. Bob
houses of Tokyo and Yokohama, the >>>-\r-i, *'. v'v v/ V &35 $%&. ; %'A v -, "1} beard. Spencer Tracy yells wise- Johnson of Purdue was the starting
&> < s o ;* ?* v -.
Japanese would be up against it. cracks at everybody while he's in center in his first college football
The second big point urged by I 'the barber's chair. Bob Young game. He played the full 60 minutesof
these admirals is one which not makes a few remarks about his rid- that game. Successive contests
many people realize: When the Unit x'r rn.4t ing horses. Jimmy Stewart sits have proved him to be a really topnotch -
ed States went into the last war, and says nothing. All this information lineman.
from Jim Adamson, majordomo
Japan was on our side. There was r iyvc
no need to worry about the Pacific. of Metro's barber shop, who Bowling-the Right Way
But this time, the minute the U.S.A. began snipping locks and news from .
becomes embroiled in Europe, it movie stars way back in the daysof
has to guard its back door againsta Inceville-he's been at it for 2% L By LOWELL JACKSONThis

traditional and very potent rival. decades, and has his own HollywoodWho's
( is one ol a series ot lessons la bowl-
Therefore the Pacific Who. of the country's
argues '" ing by owell Jackson one
school within the navy, let's face --? outstanding bowlers. Mr. Jackson has eighteen
300 to bis credit .and oas a 12-year ;
We're told that Inez Cooper, a games
enemies by rather than
our one one league average of 2JO.)
have two jumping on us later and Hollywood new comer, looks so
from opposite directions. much like Hedy Lamarr that ex-
perts can't tell them apart. Miss
There is nothing the navy dreads
more than the idea of attack in two Cooper has worked in "Unholy Partners" I

oceans at once-attacks aimed at 'SJa'4 rsf ) ?5, r 5. va tt. ,rSl < and "The Shadow of the ,Thi1Man" ..
Alaska on one side and Brazil on ; she's now appearing in "Mr.
the other. That is why some of s.) :w and Mrs. North," and is slated fora
the admirals so resent the phone role in "I Married an Angel."
calls from Winston Churchill. None of these pictures have yet 'JQ
been released, yet she's already hada
S .
flourishing screen career.. _
U. S. DESTROYERSThe :.wJ'J f N's: -;:

submarine situation which People whose memories go way,
forced the Reuben James and now Sacks of sawdust represent people in a mob. At left a rookie horseis way back will remember Harold I'gAPPROACH
'threatens all U. S. destroyers in the being faced into a "mob." When trained this horse will know how to Lockwood, one-of. the big stars of

North Atlantic, is far different from nudge people out of the way without hurting them. Right: The shrill his time. His widow died recently, I

that of the last war. thrill of a police whistle gives the ordinary horse a turn, but the police after having been a member ofParamount's ;.

Today, German submarines operate horse is taught to disregard it. make-up department
in gangs or wolfpacks of threeto for nine years. Today's movie stars
five lurking in the path of foresighted financiallythan
a igF x-r J. yy?"'''"* are more
convoy, and without putting their .JL?% 2 s "" .*, to '' %'' M.' / -.2ia. '? V V %>. were those old-timers. For ex-

periscopes out of the water. Theydo ample-Joel McCrea is listed by the FIVE-STEP This

not even run their engines. Thus government not as an actor (though approach finds you from 14 to 15
the approaching destroyer cannot he's been making pictures for 11 feet behind the foul line. The
pick up the subs with its sound detector years) but as a good producer, five-step approach differs from the
but the subs, on the other the annual profit of
thanks to approximately four-step only in that there is a pre-
hand, can hear the engines of the $5,000 which he makes liminary step with the left foot priorto
approaching convoy. from his ranch. -
the pushaway of the ball. The
Then when the is within -;.:
convoy ball held between the belt and the t
the subs release their torpedoes / Madeline Lee who's "Genevieve
range, shoulders, is pushed away with the
sometimes blind. In other i nya Blue" on the "Amos and Andy" second step on the right foot. From
words, they do not lift their'peri- broadcasts, has found herself turning this point the approach duplicatesthe .i
but frequently' fire merely She en- ""
scopes into a hat designer. four-step advance to the foul
in the direction of the approaching tered a hat designing class on a

engines. Because convoys travel so, dare, found that she not only likedit line.Whether you take three, four or
close together these days, hits are but was good at it; now she makesall five steps in your approach, the
almost certain.Submarines her own hats, and her friends bowling, hand and the off foot reach
fire blind. chiefly in besiege her to turn out little numbers the foul line at the same time. The

the daylight. At night, on the other for them. off foot--:that is, the left foot for
hand, when the submarine cannotbe -1 .i\ -- right-handed bowlers-slides up to

seen, it comes to the surface. Correction: Last week's item the foul line with the knee of that
This is one reason for the in- about "The Chocolate Soldier" was leg bent almost at a right angle.
creased number of merchant vessel partly wrong; Metro's picture by The right leg, extended almost
casualties since September,. for as that name includes only music from straight backward to the floor as
the nights became longer, U-boats the operetta so known; the storyis I the left foot reaches the foul line,
have longer hours to operate on the I Ready for Four Horsemen, this quartet of rookie police horses is the one you're familiar with un- is drawn forward as the ball is released -

surface. near the end of their training grind. der the title of "The 'Gu rdsman." /serving as your balance.

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,The Questions nickname once given to what '

4.e ## ei I nvHU s.rvl country? '

1. What country was known in 7. What is the estimated Jew- .. _
Notes of an olden times as Cathay? ish population of the world?

t.; Innocent Bystander: 2. Which is said to be the The Answers '

The Story Tellers: The Sateve- world's 'most beautiful harbor?

post is publishing so-called humorous 3. Where is the phrase "dimin- 1. China. '

stuff from Wodehouse, who ished fifth" most likely to be en- 2. Rio de Janeiro. '

wrote it,between licks at Nazi boots. countered? 3. In music. ", '

,. Humor that comes out of that formof 4. The name metropolis is derived 4. Mother city. -; '
t 2 a/ yrn1M'' environment doesn't make you from a Greek word mean- 5. Eighteen feet. :

::4Yr laugh. It makes you shiver ing what? 6. United States. I .'

If you want a note of thanks from 5. Approximately how tall is a 7. In 1939, 15,748,901, according ;

/a,a'; ;: ; "' ;, .;r '' !fix your mind-let it drink Willkie's male giraffe? to the American Jewish committee -
: rf & 6"/i/ 'CG/E smarticle in Reader's Digest., It's
,:k..e ?k; ,,, attt 6. "Brother Jonathan" is a .
ri y.r '
\;AJiW / '?,;; common-sensational .' William
Allen White's tug-at-the-hearticle in

the same issue is a "must," too .

James W. Barrett's exciting book, I Making Curtains and
"Joseph Pulitzer and His World," .

quotes the great publisher as say-

ing: "Every reporter is a hope, I
tive of '
styles draperies,
d every editor is a disappointment." N H3 H3r .."" and glass curtains.. Tells how to trim; 't
make swags valances. Send your order:
; J $ .;..; jai "
The Confession of the, Week: ,H, I
', Allen Smith in the Nov. Cosmopolitan READER-HOME: SERVICE
: : x> rt r 635 Sixth,Avenue New York City
nom i
,I .h p : "And talk about your gossip. i f I
Whyve've raised gossip to a iI Enclose 10 cents In coin for your I
r. !:' fine art in New York. We put it in { s copy of NEW IDEAS IN MAKING i
+F: : uc ia&cia'aGfwa4aOr.rawca.w,.,::,+. ,,,aa..wucat Y7s CURTAINS AND DRAPERIES.

the papers and pay the experts ( Name.........................'....... !
Chicken la King for Fifty. fabulous sums of money. And I
a s J1tL! Address... .. .. .. ....
(See Recipes Below.) love have it. you.I've always Maybe you loved won't gossip.So ad. 1 'I I t eo eo ,"eo eo eo eo !I II

mit it. Maybe you'll say gossip is
Church Supper Ideas not polite, not noble. But don't try 1 y I A house-full of smoking pleasure !
THIS 'VEEK'S'MENU.Chicken is the gay, new Christmas gift
to tell me you stop up your' ears or
What is so gay as a grand, big run or hide in the cellar when some- i'1III package of Camel Cigarettes now !
get-together full of informal fun, the a la King about the being featured by local dealers. i
one begins whispering
hum of pleasant conversation and, Scalloped Potatoes Designed in the shape of a house, '
thing Joe Schwogie's wife did at
trimmed :
to the
even snow on the
of food thrown into the
plenty good Sunset Salad Fred Phlebby's party Saturday j roof, this colorful package con- I I
bargain? A church supper, "
Bread and Butter night. tains four "flat fifties"-200 Camel i

course! Assorted Cakes It was Friday night. Cigarettes, America's favorite. No
The fun will take care of itself Coffee wrapping is needed. There is evena
and the food-well, almost if you get I gift card printed right on the !
the right amount Recipe given Haw! Buddy Clarke of the Park package. For those smokers on i

?) of it, for the cooking's Central's Cocoanut Grove relays the your Christmas list, give Camels '
Q4'l B as simple soned water, to which a small onion silly-dilly about the little boy who Swag Tacked to Valance Board. and be sure your gift is appreci

as only simple carrots and a small bunch of was run over by a steamroller while, CO PATRICIAN, these draperies ated. Camels are also availablein
A the regular carton of ten pack- i
: be. Chicken'sa in the street. He flat-
can added. Chickens han- playing was
1" celery are are topped with a graceful swag! ages of "20's200 cigarettes. The :
1 treat any way dled best if disjointed and the breast tened like a pancake. A passerby ;
You make them carton too is handsomely
( may yourself- ,
: .1. you serve it, but and back sections cut into conveni picked him up and brought ,him combining just the colors for. wrapped and ready to give.-Adv. '
to to the child's mother the third
III very easy pre- ent-sized pieces. on iI I
.. ., room. Rayon damask in dusty
: and if floor.
pare Baking Powder Biscuits.
for the I
you do it this time-tried, old-fash- (Serves 50) "What is it?" she yelled in response rose draperies, rayon
satin for the brown !
ioned, favorite way ladled out of a 4 pounds flour to his knock. 'swag, fringefor DON'TLETCONSTIPATION I

big kettle with plenty of cream sauce % cup double-acting baking "Your son," he replied, "he's choice.To trimming-that's. one stunning i

onto feathery light hot biscuits: powder been run over by a steamrollerhe's -

Chicken or Turkey a la King. 2 tablespoons salt all flattened out!" have your draperies hang SLOW YOU UP

. (Serves 50)) 1 pound shortening (2% cups) "Well," the mother grumbled, beautifully, correct measuring is When bowels are sluggish and you feel J
. -' 5 milk "I'm not dressed. You'd better slip necessary-but easy. irritable and everything
4 4-pound chickens, stewed, then cups headachy you :
';' .'- cut meat into pieces Sift the dry ingredients together, him under'the door." do is an effort, do,as millions do-chew I
, } ;:>: Or add fat and mix lightly. Make a Our 32-page booklet has exact diagramsand FEEN-A-MINT, the modem chewing ;
"" well in the the milk. directions for making ,many attrac- gum laxative. Simply chew FEEN-A- .. I
t{ : .: .18-pound turkey, stewed or. center and add MINT before you go to bed-sleep with
' :-X: r.,-- roasted, meat. diced :Mix just until the dough holds ,to Man About Town- -' out being disturbed next morning gentle,

:l''; '-c.': 1 pound fat- (chicken or turkey gether. Divide dough into fourths New York's Horatio Alger Jr.: Free Grand Cook-Book thorough relief, helping you feel swell
:; ..,.L'<, and make Roll a again, full of your normal pep. Try
y at time.
' ; fat and butter mixed) a on a Marvin Schenck, the talent, scout, FEEN-A-MINT. Tastes good, is handy
)',;,r, -. 4 cups flour floured board, pat to % inch thick likes hamburgers. So the other Standard Brands,'Inc., Dept. W, and economical.A generous family supplyFEEN.A.MINTCOio
' '., ''- gallons scalded milks ness, cut and place on baking sheet. day, while munching on one in a 691 Washington Street, New York
:. Bake 12 to 15 minutes in hot City, have prepared a cook-book
,, 1 pound fresh mushrooms or 2 a (450 Sixth Avenue beanery, he noticed a --
' ,:'- large cans degree) oven until golden brown. youth who impressed him as the containing dozens of delicious

2 tablespoons minced onion Best idea for a salad is this one "most typical good-looking young recipes for those who bake at

l1/ teaspoons or more salt that's made in ad- American" he- had ever seen home. It may be had absolutely Country in Heart
3/4 teaspoon white pepper vance and needs 1 The chap's clothes indicated he free by dropping a post card to I The accent of one's country

1V2 teaspoons paprika only to be sliced could use a job Schenck introduced Standard Brands at the above ad- dwells in the mind and in the heart ;

: 2 sweet green peppers, chopped and placed on himself and took him to' dress, requesting that it be mailedto as much as in the language.-La
(optional) lettuce leaves for MGM's Broadway offices, where a you. Adv. Rochefoucauld.

2 pimientos, chopped (optional) serving. It's as 7.4 producer ejaculated: "That's the
% cup egg yolks (6 eggs) gay and colorful handsomest guy in New York and i I

Melt about three-fourths of the fat, as the gettogether Hollywood!." Mter'an ordinary
add the flour, and ,blend thoroughly; camera test, it was rushed to the
"Sunset Salad. Coast Magnate Mayer of MGM
add scalded milk '
'stirring rapidly '
18 ounces lemon gelatin : NOTHING COMES EVEN
with a wire whisk to keep well telephoned and ordered "the newfind" ,pv:} ,I
2Vz quarts hot,water and canned rushed West On :
mixed. Cook until starch taste is ,
gone-about 10 minutes. Cook themushrooms' pineapple juice then, Jim Wittlig, 6 foot 4 nephewof .
1% quarts grated raw carrots Uncle Sam (who only the.other. h MILDER n
1% pints canned crushed BY FAR.ANI1 Nr
job Sixth
sliced, in remain- day was hunting a on
drained Avenue) will be riding in class out
ing fat, until deli- 2 MAN WHAT A t > '
teaspoons salt ,
cately browned 4, to Hollywood with a year's MGM
and add to sauce u Dissolve gelatin in hot water and contract. His build-up will be"Movieland's SWELL FLAVOR Na .'

with the onion. 1ryi ,heat No. 1 Hero."

Beat -
egg yolks 1 carrots, pineapple and salt. When
Benny would have
and mix with a iLP Youngman you
mixture is slightly ,thickened, fold in
small amount of t believe that this happened in Berlin

the hot mixtureto carrot and pineapple mixture. Turn '. A storm trooper carelessly ..,. .
.. fr
into individual molds. : .,
Chill '' ,
until E''lri f ;:+
blend stepped on the foot of one of Youngman's i( :
and add to the sauce, stir- firm. Unmold vi
on crisp lettuce. Gar ;
ring thoroughly. Cook 4 or 5 minutes nish with mayonnaise and relatives trapped in Germany '1y'yi' fir'r
more. Add turkey meat. Season to grated It so infuriated him he sockedthe
carrots. Makes 32
taste (with paprika and pepper Just in portions. trooper right on ,the nose '?'.S;J :Vii:. ;
want to
mixed into salt). Add peppers and case you make upa His pal took a sock at him, too .
pimiento, if used. Serve on hot bis- I'm listing supper additional menu of your own, For which they, were arrested xff s ; cuits. recipes: In court the judge asked the defendant Pilot Bill Ward
Meat Loaf. why he hit the Nazzy. I testa dive-
The simplest way to prepare the 10 pounds ground round steak "Judge," said the man, "he fs'x '+x '- rrv bombers for the
chickens is to cook
them in
sea- 2 pounds ground pork or salt pork stepped on my foot, the one with the Navy. shores
4 eggs corn, and it hurt me. I lost my $>';'t r sr?<. '' the Navy man'spreference
J/fc pound bread crumbs temper and hit him." f.x.:;,: for

LYNN SAYS: 2 onions "Your friend had a reason," said Camels.
2 tablespoons salt the judge to the other fellow, "why

Attractive salads pep up meals 2 teaspoons pepper did'you hit this storm trooper?" fiv

besides adding nourishment plus 1 quart cold mashed potatoes "I thought," was the retort, "it

to menus. Salads in winter are a 1 quart milk or canned tomatoes was being allowed again."

little hard to plan because of the Mix thoroughly, mold into five THE SMOKE OF SLOWER-BURNING CAMELS CONTAINS
scarcity of fresh fruits and vege- loaves, and bake in a moderate oven Then there's the one about the

tables, so I suggest you try these 350 degrees F., until done. Makes visitor to Berlin who asked a native -

for solving your salad problem: 50 servings. : "Is it true that Germans are 28 % LESS NICOTINEthan
I Prunes stuffed with cream eating horsemeat? !
cheese and nuts, served with or- The wife of one of our famous "Ah," said the Nazi, "those were !
ange sections and lettuce. football coaches, Mrs. Lou Little, the good old days!" the average of the 4 otherlargestselling

Cooked beets and cooked car- likes to serve a simple but hearty brands tested-

; rots diced with celery, mixed meal after the game. Jot this one Jean Sablon overheard a couple'
with mayonnaise. down as an idea for an after the of songwriters on Broadway less than any of them-according

Orange sections served with game supper or church supper idea: "Let's go to Carnegie Hall," said to independent scientific tests
tiny cream cheese balls. Mari- Hot mulled cider, casserole of pork one, "they're playing a Tschaikowsky ;

nate oranges in french dressingfirst. and beans, buttered hot date-nut I piece nobody's swiped yet!",. of the smoke itself!
bread, celery, pickles, and chili Just before the Network-Ascap war v r4Rr

Canned pineapple and fresh or-' sauce; jellied cole, slaw; doughnutsand ended} the song-writer group was

anges served in alternate sectionson coffee. boasting: "They'll be coming
lettuce. Alternating orange For the casserole, used canned around our way. We've got them
pork and beans with tomato knees!" Howto
and grapefruit sections are a good sauce; crawling on our
..... ,
-:- idea, too.Chunks. heat in the oven about 20 minutes. Make Your Table-For-Two Com-
of lettuce with crum- As a decoration use half slices of i panion Feel Sappier: Ask her if-she p ,W y

bled hard-cooked egg and a few date-nut bread. Put them around the i knows the meaning of the word i
leftover peas, tossed together with top of the beans for 5 minutes be- "Twip" When she says she

salad oil, salt, pepper, vinegar. fore the casserole comes out from doesn't know, tell her it's a wideon
the oven. a twain. I
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men and women in terms and language NOTICE OF INTENTION TO and Daniel E. Dodge, her husband, NOTICE OF
Codrington To Head I REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME Chicago, Illinois; Avery and SI'ECIAL MASTER'S SALE
they understood, and left them Elvira Princess Avery, his wife, Gal-

encouraged and determined in their TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: esburg, Illinois: McQuillen NOTICE is hereby given under and
Press AssociationOCALA 1 md Francis McQuillen, his wife, 7305 by virtue of decree
hearts to make the most of their Notice is hereby Driven that the undersigned a of sale made
Vinceinnes Avenue, Chicago Illinois -
under the provisions of and entered by the Honorable GeorgeW. --
glorious heritage. I Chapter 20.953, Laws of Florida, Actsof ; Eushey and R. L. Bush- Whltehurst, one of the Judges of
1911, will with the Clerk ey, her husband, Castlewood, South the Circuit Court of Hendry County
successful register
(FNS-Closing a Dakota Edmonds and Thos.F. .
of the Circuit Court, in and for Hen- ; Florida, in Chancery, on the 12th day
3-day session here last weekend receipt of Edmonds, her husband, 1903 15th of November, 1341! In that certain
the Florida Press Association LEGAL NOTICES dry proof County of publication, Florida upon of this notice, Street, N. W., Washington, D. ,C.; cause pending in said Court wherein
Chynoweth, and BcnJ. F.
the fictitious V to-wit: ,City of Clewiston. a municipal corporation -
elected C. C. Codrington, pub- Thompson Motor Parts Chynoweth, her husband, Houghton, is complainant and Certain,
in business Michigan; Tyler and J.. Ed ands. Upon Which Taxes Are Delinquent -
lisher of the Lake City Reporter, under which I am engaged her
Tyler, husband The Mation No.
AND at Clewiston Florida. That the are defendants, I will, on
president for the ensuing year, IN FOR THE HEXDRY CIRCUIT COURT COUNTY. ,IN FLOR- :party Interested ,in said business:! is 5 H W, N. W., Washington. D. C.; Monday, the 1st day of December,
Clark and Fred R. Clark her
Hosmer, Souhwest follows 941, (a Rule Day of said Court
naming IDA.GEORGE. as : husband, Birmingham, Alabama; OttoA. ), begInning -
Floridan of Ft. Myers, 1st vice n. L. THOMPSON Patzwald at eleven o'clock In the
and Patzwald,
forenoon and
City of Clewiston County of Hen- at the front door of
Paul Runge, Mayo Free W. WHITEHURST. I 1941. his wife If alive, and If they or the County Courthouse in
resident, Complainant, dry, Florida Oct. 10, either of them be dead, all parties of LaBelle, the City

Press, 2nd vice president, Russell VS' 290-Nov. 7-14-21-28. claiming Interests under the said defendants otter for sale Hendry and sell County to the, Florida highest,

Kay, Florida News Service, secre- CARROLL, JOINED BY HIS or either of them so deceased and best cash the following -
WIFE, MARY LEE CARROLL, et al.,. ; Cora French Williams and D. lands situate, lying and being -
,ary and Henry Hudson, Titusville Defendants. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO H. Williams, her husband, If alive, In the City of Clewiston. Hendry

Star-Advocate, treasurer.At ORDER OF PUBLICATIONTHE REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME and if they or either of them be dead, County, Florida, described as follows -,
sessionH STATE OF FLORIDA: all parties claiming interests under to-wit: ,
the Friday .To the Defendants: The Florida the said defendants or either of themso Parcel 1. Lot 23, Block 26. i
I. Mossbarger, director of the State Drainage Land Company a Colo- TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: deceased. Parcel 2. Lot 24, Block 26. u. "
rado Corporation, and all unknown Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned Parcel
Foundation and 3. Lot 25, Block 96.
Florida You and
provisions of each of you are hereby
parties claiming throughor under the
or Parcel
persons 4.
Lot 26
chairman of the agricultural committee under, or from said corporation In Chapter 20953. Laws of Florida, Act notified that a suit In Chancery has Parcel G. Lot 27,, Block Block 26.26.

of the Florida State Chamberof the lands described herein, to-wlt: All .of 1941, will register with the Clerk been brought against you in the Parcel e. Lot 28
Section 10 and 12. Township 46 South, ''of the Circuit Court In and for Hen- Circuit Court for Hendry County, Parcel Block 26.
7. Lot
Commerce, told listeners of the Range 34 East, and The Florida-Ever- dry County, Florida' upon receipt of Florida by George W. Whltehurst for Parcel 8. Lot 80,, Block Block 26.
Colorado proof of publication of this notice, the purpose of requiring the defendants 26. ,
amazing opportunities for agricul- glades Land Company, a Parcel 9. Lot 4, Block
the fictitious to-wit -to redeem the hereinafter described 139.
Corporation, and all unknown persons name, Parcel ,
JO. Lot
industrial development of lands from the lien of taxes 9, Block 141.
.ure and or parties claiming through or I Elite Cafe and Grocery Parcel 11. Lot
.he state that have been revealed under or from said corporation, in ''under which I am engaged in business and tax sales described in the bill of Parcel 12. Lot 12 6, Block 171.
the lands described herein, to-wit: (! at Clewiston (Harlem.) That the complaint, or be barred and fore- Parcel Block 175.
.hrough successful experimentswith closed of all right, title and interest 13, Lot 6, Block 195.
W of SE of Section 5, Township i party interested In said business Is Parcel 14. Lot -

such crops as ramie, cassava, 46 South Range 34 East: and The as follows: therein, to-wit: Parcel I:>. Lot 2 4,, Block Block 196. '
Scott Estate Company, limited lIa- { G. W. JONES! 207
dasheen; lemon grass and others. bility Company of Kansas a City, Missouri I City of Clewiston County of Hen- NW14 and W of SEU and Parcel 16. Lot 3, Block 207.!
I Parcel
Business sessions were taken up and all unknown persons or ,dry Florida November 3, 1941.1289Nov. SW1'NIEV W% of NE& and SE Parcel 18.17. Lot 3, Block 208
7142128. of and NEJ4 of NE 4 of Lot 4, Block 208. J
claiming through under
with discussions of publishers' prob- parties or i Section 5 and W of Parcel 10. Lot 5, Block 2081
; % W% of 1
or from said Company In the lands _ Parcel .. ...
SESA, of NWU and EVi of WJA of v i jt ?, lilOCK
: >
lems. described herein
to-wlt. WY.lof NW 4
Parcel 21. Lot 21 208.
SE of: NWtt and W% of .W1h Block
Speakers on the annual banquet I of Section 33, Township 46 South, IN THE CIRCUIT COURT IN AND of NEI'4 'o! NW and E& of E'hof Parcel 22. Lot 22, Block 201L
Range 34 East, Hendry County, Florid -
program, which was staged at FOR HENDRY COUNTY. FLOR- NEl,4 of NWV and W A of Parcel 23. Lot 24, Block 208.
a. SE'A, of ,NE i and W',5 of S\V% Parcel 24. Lot 25, Block 208
Silver Springs, where Ray and You and each of you and all parties IDA.GEORGE. and W. % of N'V'.4 and NW, of Parcel 2:>. Lot 26, Block 208

Davidson were hosts to the group, claiming interests under or from"you*,' -,. .. NE ,4 and,' SEM of SEU, all in Parcel 26. Lot 28, Block 208.
Hosmer chairmanof or either of you, or otherwise, in the W. WHITEHURST; *- -VV V Section 9; and _All ,Section 10; Parcel 27. Lot 29. Block 208.
included George lands described In this order are and All of Section 12; and All of Parcel 22* Lot >, Block 355-1,
the NEA committee who reportedon hereby notified that a suit has been' Complainant, Section 17; and SW& of NE Parcel 29. Lot 23 Block 355.? .

convention and tour of the Instituted in the above styled court vs. and SB V of NE',4 and SW of Parcel 30. Lot 28, Block 356..
by the above named complainant, to CARROLL, JOINED BY HIS I NEB of SEJ/J and SE'A of NE%' Parcel 31. Lot 39, Block 356..
National Editorial Association require you and each of you to exercise WIFE, MARY LEE CARROLL, Vet al., of SE 4 and NW& of NEtf of Parcel 32. Lot 40; Block 356..
pointing out that the bringing of your right of redemption in and Defendants. SE 4 and NE of NEi of SE>4 Parcel 33. Lot 41, Block 356
to the following described lands from and SW4 of SE'4 and NW4 of Parcel 34. Lots 14-15. Block 378.
this group of publishers to the state certain tax liens and tax sales described ORDER STATE OF OF FLORIDA PUBLICATIONTHE : SEi/i and WIh of NW'/i and SEU Parcel 3.;. Lot 14, Block 385

last spring resulted in millions of in the bill of complaint filed of SEtf. and Eof SW of Parcel 30. Lot 15, Block 385.
In this cause, to-wit: To the defendants herein: Section 21 and W% and NE Parcel 37. Lot 16, Block 385.
dollars worth of publicity ,for Carroll and Mary Lee Carroll, his wife, Parcel 38. Lot 27,
All Sections 10 and 12; W% of and SE& in Section 29; and \V% Block 422.
of 39 c/o Brune, Parker, Carey & Gans, of NW& and of Parcel 3D. Lot 28, Block 422.
Florida in the newspapers SE1t of Section 5; W% of NW/i NE'i SEA and Parcel
of Section 33, all in Township 46 Baltimore Maryland; Pierce, NEof NEi and NW& of SE. 40. Lot 28, Block 423.
states. Over 500 solid newspaper I South 'Range 34 East, Hendry and Robert Pierce, her husband, Topeka and 'V'h of SW and SW'xl of Parcel 41. Lot 29. Block 423
pages of press clippings were displaced County. Florida.. Kansas; Campbell, and NE& and SE'/i of NE'A of Sec- 42. Lot 35. Block 446.
-- Parcel
C. P. Campbell, her' husband Owosso, i tion 43. Lot 36. Block 446.
and.it.f rther appearing that serviceof I 33, All in Township 46
substantiate the claim. Parcel
to 44. Lot
Michigan; Wood, and D. O. South 9, Block 498
Range 34 East
cannot be had Hendry
process upon you Wood, her husband 307 Osage Street, Parcel 45.: Lot 10, Block
Bland- 498
Guest of honor was under the laws of the State of FlorIda County, Florida. Parcel 40. Lot 7
J Manhattan, Kansas; 'Rehm, Block 505.!
ing, better known as the VagabondPoet except by order of publicationand and E. N. Rehm, her husband, 353 W. and to have the right of the several the.
relief being sought in said ewlston
who recently published an against you to require to cause exer- 29th Street. Chicago, Illinois; defendants in and to the several and 4C Florida, Plrevised
you Furness, and Alfred A. Furness her respective and tracts of September 7
parcels land 1937, according to
of Florida cise rights of redemption in and
book your
entrancing verse 'to the above described lands, be husband. 938 N. Lawler ,Avenue, Chi- owned, or claimed by or in and to plat recorded in Plat Book 2,
entitled "Floridays." Blanding cap- forever barred and foreclosed of or all cago, Illinois; Bartels and which the said defendants respectively pages 71 to 78, Inclusive, Public
Charles A. Bartels, her husband, 4746 assert a right of redemption, completely Records of Hendry County, FlorIda -
tivated his audience and followingthe rights of redemption therein,
i THIS IS Virginia Avenue, Chicago, Illinois; foreclosed and barred, and, ,
I to requireyou
banquet was swamped with demands r and each of you, and all Hinman and Richard F. Hin- therefore, you and each of you, are Said lands will be sold in compli-

for autographed copies of claiming interests under or from persons you, man, her husband, Chicago, Illinois; hereby required to file with the ance with said decree, and each parcel -
Kammer and Joseph Kam- Clerk of said Court your written appearance of land described aforesaid will
either of
or you, or otherwise, to be
his delightful book. I' and appear to the said bill of complaint mer, her husband, 1630 Coventry Rd, (personally, or by attorney), be offered for sale and sold separately -

Speaker of the evening was Wil- on or before Monday, the 1st Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. Francis Korns, In said suit on Monday, the 1st day to satisfy the particular lien adjudged -
I widow, and all persons claiming interests of December, A. D. 1941, being the thereon. If all of the landsso
of December
i day A. D. 1941, and
ton E. Hall, publisher of the Anderson thereafter to file under F. R. Korns, deceased, first Monday and Rule Day in said advertised for sale be not sold on
|i written defenses
S. C. IndependentTribuneand j with the Clerk your of said Court. -, as heirs, devisees, legatees, grantees, month, and thereafter file with said the day hereinabove specified such
'I' in default of which the or otherwise, in the W% of SWU of Clerk your written defenses, if any, sale will be continued from day today .
Anderson Daily Mail, who re- the bill of complaint will allegationsof be takenas I Section 9, Township 46 South, Range to: the bill of complaint In said suit until the sale of all such lands

ceived national awards last year 'I confessed by and each of : 34 East the place of residence and at the time prescribed by law, or a Is completed. '
for reader interest and great and complainant allowed to proceedin you post office address of the said Mrs. decree will be entered against you Dated this the 13th day of November
more said cause ex parte. Francis Korns, being Spirit Lake, and each and all of von by default.It 1941.J.

est community service among daily It is hereby ordered that this notice Iowa; Lemper and Florence is .- M.' COUSE
Lester Lemper, his wife 2546 Broad- hereby ordered that this noticebe Special :
Master in Chancery.Nov. .
of the country.In be published once a week for four
newspapers published
once a week for four
way, Dubuque, Iowa; Ban- 14, 21st.
Hall Inspired consecutive weeks in the Clewiston consecutive weeks In the Clewiston
a brilliant address nister and Billiard F. Bannister, her
News, a newspaper having general News
a newspaper having general
his listeners he recounted circulation in husband. East. Des Moines, Iowa;
as Hendry County, Florida. Jennie L. Sorber, widow, and all per- circulation in ,Hendry County, Flor
WITNESS my,hand and seal of said
what the of America -
newspapers sons claiming interests under M. P. ida.WITNESS
Court at LaBelle ,
have done and are doing to pre- Florida, this 31st day of October, A., Sorber, deceased, as his unknown my hand and seal of said
D_ 1941. heirs, devisees, grantees, legatees, or Court at LaBelle, Henffry County,
serve the union, inform its people- (SEAL) WILLIAM T. other claimants, or otherwise, in and Florida, this 30th day of October, A:

and advance its interests. Clerk Circuit Court, HULL Hendry to the SE& of SE'i of.. Section 9, D.' 1941;

County, Florida.No. :Township 46 South, Range 34 East, (SEAL) .WILLIAM T. HULL,,
He talked to the gathered news- I
the post office address of the said
283-Oct. 31, Nov. 71421. Clerk Circuit Court, Hendry
1 Jennie L. Sorber. being Wilkinsburg, County, Florida.No. .
I Penns Y lvania B o di ne and 284-Oct. 31, Nov. 7-14-21.
.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..;. NOTICE OF N. M. Bodme, '.her .husband, El Reno,
I ; Regal and Albert &

.:,' ':.I REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME F. Regal, her husband, Taconite, Minnesota -
Gadd, her husband, Alurena, Kansas REGISTER FICTITIOUS NAME
\ Becker and Sopia Becker. his
'.' ,'.! Notice is hereby given that the undersigned wife, Chicago, Illinois; An- TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
,-.. under the provisions of derson
and Carl Anderson, her hus-
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
'i' : Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Actsof band, Honolulu, T. H.; J.. M. Andersonand
THE. TURKEY DID .XOT ;; 1941, will register with the Clerkof Ola under the provisions of
Anderson, his wife Hono-
:i: S Chapter 20,953, Laws of Florida, Acts
the Circuit
Court, in and for Hen- lulu, T.' H,; 'Keren and C. L.
.. ORIGINATE IP'i ::: dry of 1941, will register with the Clerkof
; County, Florida, upon receipt of Heren, her husband, Custer, Montana; the Circuit Court, in and for Hen-

;; TURKEY' iy proof the fictitious of publication name, to-wit of this: notice, band Day and I.. E. Day, her hus- dry County, Florida, upon receipt of

Medora Illinois; Gill proof of publication of this notice, the
Blue Chip Bar and Pool Parlor and Benj. Gill her .
husband Colorado
.' It is native North American'bird .;. under which fictitious name, to-wit:
a 'we
.. are engaged in busi- Springs, Colorado; Hawkinsand Texaco Service Station
.t ness at Clewiston, Florida. That the G. R. Hawkins, her husband,
':' introduced into Europe + parties interested In said business are \Danville, Illinois Crawfordand under which I am engaged in busI-
; ness at Clewiston, Florida. That the
| as follows
:: in the 16th 1. : E. Crawford, her husband. Coun-
; Century. Encyclopedia -:- ELMER W. TVHITFIELD cil Bluff. Iowa parties interested in said business -are
:: :: WILLIAM It PERRY ; Wheeler and as follows: FREE Send for NEW booklet, con.
? Britanica. Anson Wheeler, her husband
; City of Clewiston Battle R. C. HOWLING taining dozens of bright ideas to improve -
County of Hen- Creek. :Michigan: .
; Wheeler City of Clewiston, County of Hen your baking. Address: Rumford

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