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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: July 10, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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VOLUME 19-NUMBER 35 CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1942 SUBSCRIPTION-S2.00 PER YEAR .


! : HO FUNDS AVAILABLE Sherwood Hall.' Is FIRST ANNIVERSARYOF Martin And Wilson I 650 AUTO OWNERS (

At Kiwanis SpeakersW.
: Injured LaundrySherwood

:, FOR DEFENSE OFFICE RIDDLE FIELD IS ,BEGIN REGISTERING .,

Hall received a long, N. Martin, chairman of the

UNTIL NEW BUDGET deep gash in his right thigh Sunday OCCASION FOR DANCE Clewiston rationing board, gave a FOR GAS RATIONSThe
I II afternoon which required ,a most interesting and instructivetalk
I number of stitches to close while ..!:-- '-.- at the regular weekly meet-
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i I t I County Commissioner Glen E. assisting his uncle, H. R. Hall 4, with The officers of, the Royal Air ing pf the Kiwanis Club Wednesday registration of some 650

''' F Etherton stated this morning that some special work at the Clewiston Force attached to Riddle Field have night on the eve of the registration passenger ,car owners in this area
f the matter of providing funds for Laundry.It i announced that on Saturday night, for gasoline ration books.Mr. for gasoline ration books was be-
:i ',' the operation of a county defense is understood that a water July '18, a dance will be held In Martin explained the setupto gun at eleven o'clock a. m. Thursday -
I; o council office was again taken up softener was being moved by a the Sugarland Park Auditorium in the Kiwanis members both as and while, the first day was
I at the regular meeting of ,the commission I couple of negro workmen and they Clewiston in observance of the first to registration and issuance of I II not what had been, hoped, with less _
'j' 'lost their hold and it started to I coupons and the working of the
I in LaBelle Tuesday but anniversary of the founding of than a hundred registered before
i ,that no action ,could be taken on I fall. Sherwood was directly be- Riddle Field.Admission I rationing system which will beginon I the end of the period at seven o'-
r the matter until such an expenditure neath the heavy piece of equipmentand will be by, ticket only July 22.Following'. clock, the tempo had increased
j i I was budgeted for by the board. was saved from severe injuries and tickets will ,be on sale eitherat Mr. Martin's talk, R. noticeably this morning and more
i There was' some discussion of the when one ot'the negroes pushed the office of J. W. Durden at C. Wilson spoke on one of the than fifty were registered before
'11 tax roll at the meeting but .it was him out of the way. The cut'' was Riddle Field, the R.' A. F. office at points of the Kiwanis program for I the noon hour. .
f iI' decided that a budget would: not made by apiece of rusty iron pipe I the field or at the Clewiston Inn or the year, "Discontinuance of Non- Site Administrator Bob Beards
I TI be made up or the date of an equa. fastened to the machine. His uncle, Seminole Drug in Clewiston. The Essential Agencies" Not Devoted to ley and C.. E. Miner who has chargeof
: lization meeting announced until the while rushing him to the hospital, price for tickets will be $1.50 fora The War Effort. The talk showed the information desk have re-
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81 III tax assessor's roll for 1942 had loosened several ribs which were couple or $1.00 for singles. Music 'that he had given the subject considerable mained on the job almost constantly -
;{1 \1 I been approved by Comptroller J. M. broken in an auto accident last will: be furnished by the Army thought and attentionand during the registration hours
,: J 'Lee Tax Assessor Dennis Small year and both are now recuperating Air Corps band of Morrison Fieldin many of the points ,broughtout I and a, large group of ladies have
j N,expects to leave for Tallahassee from injuries. Sherwood was West Palm Beach. by the speaker were most en- I been dividing the days as registrars.
lightening to the other members.
: ,with the roll as soon as notified discharged from the hospital Mon- While the field itself is not yeta The same hours of eleven until
'it' ,1 that Lee's i office will take care day afternoon. year, old, ''this date will mark 'the seven will be adhered to for all
f ,' .or it. anniversary of the actual founding Everglades Drainage I three days. All those who fail to

I; The new budget will, become effective Personnel DepartmentLeads of the field, when plans were completed get their ,books during this time
1,1 \. at the beginning the 'new for its building. Construction District Settles With will be compelled to apply to the
,I fiscal year on October 1 and it is Eighteen TeamsIn was started later in the month I office of the ration board. '
likely that the defense council will and the first class "of cadets arrived Trustees of I. I. FundJ. The registrars at the grammar

: have to operate on very limited Bowling TourneyThe the first of, September to be- school building are taking care of
' funds, until that time. gin training when barracks were I passenger cars and motorcycles on-
i not as yet completed., E. Beardsley, general manager ly and so far motorcycles have been

; Bowdon Preparing Personnel Department's team I I of the Everglades Drainage I I'I i a very small problem, only one
in the Sugar Corporation bowling District returned this week, from "D" card ,having been issued. Reg-

,[ Por Big Fall ,Crop tournament continued to show a HOWELL T. LYKES 'I Tallahassee where he spent more istrars issue the "A" cards to all
than a week with other drainage car who
clean pair of heels to the other owners bring their reg
.
I '* ""*' Mi i seventeen teams in the league and board members straightening out istration certificate with them and

" : "W. S. Bowdon, who operates one in the twelve games so far playedin DIED YESTERDAY several items of business betweenthe if the four gallons per week for the
of ,the largest truck farms in the the tournament have lost only district and the Trustees of theI. next year is not enough gasoline to
..area west of Clewiston, in Diston I. Fund. take care of their needs they are
Island near Benbow, stated this one.Close behind with only two lossesin IN' NEW ORLEANSHowell The Trustees agreed to the releaseof then given an application blank for

morning that he had begun turn- fifteen games is, the commissaryteam some." $55,000 in district funds supplemental rations. A supple-
ing his land preparatory to the and it was a member of this which have- been held by them and mental book will then; If the application -

!planting of, 'a big fall crop of vege- second-place team, Olin Waters, Tyson Lykes, 63, of also gave up about two million dol- is approved by the ration
tables. who was plenty hot in Tuesday Tampa, prominent in South Flor- lars worth of bonds and three million board, be tailored to meet their
Planting will start in late An- night's matches and rolled a score ida- cattle shipping and associated dollars worth of coupons which needs.

:gust +ior early September and the I of 233 in one of his games; Thisis industries, died yesterday morningat have been taken in during past While the federal windshielduse
tcrops will be beans, tomatoes 'and the highest individual score yet nine o'clock in the Baptist Hos- years on taxes. These are cancelled stamp will not be required to
cabbage ; rolled on the new Sugarland Park pital in New Orleans following an and the board expects to holda get the ration books, securing of
big bonfire soon at their Miami gasoline at service stations will not
During the past,.year several alleys. operation performed July 1. .
__". l. ,.. hundred. acres' of ,th ,farm. ,!,'1'ere Results,., L.t he week ending Mr. Lykes w s.Jstri ken ,while,.in office. be permitted unless this stamp is
9. planted' to cabbage and,- tert.o Tuesday night are 'as follows: On New o'rleans'l business trip: The board also passed'a: "rec procal r affixed rb-sn the'" new .rationing K
:,' .beans, which were contracted to a Thursday night of last 'week the The emergency operation was per- resolution delivering to the district program starts on July 22. W. N.
canning plant.Questions. Dixie Crystals. took three straightsfrom formed but the gravity of his con- certificates of indebtedness" in the Martin, chairman ,of the rationing
-- --. the Doolittles who named dition was realized when all mem- amount of $992,000 in exchange': board, received this informationthis
and Answers themselves correctly. and are' in tail- bers of the immediate family were for the compromise on back taxeson morning. The serial number
I. end, position; the Sugar House summoned.Mr. lands owned within the districtby of the use stamp must be placed on

r Crackers 'took two out of three Lykes was the oldest of the the Trustees. : the front of the rationing coupon
About Gas
; Rationing from the Steam Makers the Per- Lykes brothers and with his brother While digging through the book in the space provided before
:I J po -. sonnel took three straight from the Tom, who died last November, archives in Tallahassee Mr. Beards- i service stations will be permittedto

? The following is list of quest- Centrifugal Whirlwinds and the was most active in the cattle industry ley said that ten million dollars sell gasoline to that vehicle.
the Warehouse took three 'from the which led them to acquire worth of district bonds which were All trucks and non-highway
ions and answers on new gas
designed to aid General Office. On Friday nightP. vast real estate holdings in this printed in 1925 but never issued wers of gasoline must apply to the
.'rationing program ) were uncovered. These bonds were office of the rationing board in the
f I motor vehicle owners in' securing'gas M. S. knocked over the Harvesters and other South Florida counties.
made out in quarter million dollar Hopkins Building for the type card
ration books. for three straight and on Tues- The firm of Lykes Bros., foundedin
; Q.: 'What ,do I need to take with day night the L. and C. took three 1898 and incorporated in 1910 denominations and each Interest which best fits their needs.
'me in order to: get my ration book? from the Steam Makers, the Mill engaged first in cattle raising and coupon was good for $6250. The first page of coupons, eightof
1942 automobile Sugar Blues took two out of three meat packing in Florida and Cuba I them numbered 1, must be used

i I license A. Only registration your card, issued to from the Dixie Crystals, the Commissary .11. and 'since have broadened the fieldto First Call Made For I during 22 and the period beginning 21st.July
September
when bought license i dropped one of, their three operate a large fleet of merchant ending
you you, your )I Ii
I The second of will
I to the Centrifugal Whirl- and other industries. Draftees page coupons
i tag. Do not confuse this with your games f vessels : Class 1-B
be used during the following two
title certificate. 'winds despite Waters' highscoringstreak Surviving relatives include his
and the Electric Stella months and so on for the year.
widow former Miss
: Q. Suppose I have lost my' registration Departmenttook the
card? two out of three from the Long, whom he married in '1907; The local selective service office
I I A. You can get a duplicate from Field. three children, Howell Tyson Lykes, has received its first call for men Sugar Stamp No.: 5 & 6
the ,license agency*!. Standings of the teams as of Jr., and Mrs:. Chester H. Ferguson listed as eligible for limited mili-
Q. Don't I have to I show the "Wednesday morning are as follows: of Tampa and Mrs. A. L. Rus- tary service and placed in Class Good for Two Pounds
number of my federal auto tax \\ L. ret. kin of Havana, Cuba, one sister, 1-B it' was stated this morning by
f :stamp? Personnel 00:............... 11 1.916 I Mrs. Tillie L. Gillett, and four Mrs. I. S. Bell, Jr., clerk in the of '
.............. indicate how Housewives will.use. sugar
A. Yes, Mr. Taylor said. Commissary 13 2 .866 brothers, F. E. Dykes of Arden, N. fice. She did not
Q. I now have a B-3 card which Sugar House Crackers 9 3.750 C., James M. Lykes' of Houston, many men were in the call or stamps number 5 and 6 on the.
.............. basis of month's allotment. Stamp
gives me about eight gallons a week. Real Estate 9 3,750 Texas, John Wall Lykes of Tampa when they' would leave. a
Will I get as much under the new Research ....__............. 8 4'.666 and Joseph. T. Lykes of Pelham, These are men who have been number 5 is good for two pounds -
program? P. M. S. __................. 8 4 .666 N. C. previously rejected when sent to of sugar per person for the period
A. Every owner of private pas- General' -Office .......... 7 5 .583 The body Is being brought back Camp Blanding and ordered to be from June 28 to July 25, and stamp
!senger car, regardless of, what 'kind Warehouse ................ 7 5 .583 to Tampa for services and inter- reclassified. number 6 is good for the same
t-of card he has now, will be issued'an Electric Dept. .......... 8 7.523 ment. amount per person from July 26
'"A" book, at the time 'he reg- Cent. Whirlwinds _..... 7 8 .466 Elmer Edwards Dies to August 22. This Is at the same
....... rate has been In effect since
as
isters. for Dixie Crystals T 8 '..466L.
;''It is 'good four gallons .y. Fire Alarm Sounds
'a week. A man who drives more and C. ................ 7 8 .466 In LaBelle WednesdayHendry sugar rationing went Into practice,
than 150 'miles a month in 'his'I' Mill Sugar Blues ...... 6 9 .400 Friday AfternoonThe a half pound per person' per week.
But, In addition there Is offereda
' Harvesters .. 4 8 .333
work may apply to the rationing .m "' '''''
i 'office for a supplemental '"B" uri I Office Scrubs ............ 3 9 .250 ( County News) sugar ."bonus": of two pounds for
i "C" bodk. Steam Makers _......... 3 12 .200 volunteer fire department Elmer Ellsworth Edwards, aged every ration card holder, purchas-
I I Q. "How ''do 'I file an application Field .................?....... 3 12 .200 answered a'call about 4:30 o'- 79, long time resident of LaBelle, able between July 10 and August
I for 'a 'supplemental 'ration? Doolittles -................. 8 10 .167 clock last Friday afternoon to the died Wednesday morning at his 22, It was announced last week by
the office of price administrationIn
A.You; can get an 'applicationform --- Clewiston Hospital but neighborswith home hereafter a lingering illness
at 'your registration 'place. Till $220 Raised HereIn fire extinguishers had the blaze Funeral services will be held tomor- Washington. This is because of
"somewhat heavier shipments" of
r I it. out 'at 'your 'convenience, then under control when they arrived row, Friday morning, at 10 o'clockin
i ii '. mail or :take 'it to the 'local ration USO Fund Drive with the truck. the chapel' of Spooner and sugar into this country than antici
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!: office in he 'count house. The blaze was caused when a Englehart in Fort Myers and interment pated.In
I The rationing board will "decide kerosene hot water, heater, housed will be in Fort Myers ceme- addition' institutional users
whether you 'are entitled to extra J. H. Wilson, Clewiston USO under the stairway at the south will get 75 per cent of their normal -'
II gasoline. chairman, stated this morning that end of the, building, exploded and tery.A layman of St, Luke's Episcopal sugar consumption for Sep-
I, ,: Q. What 'do 'I 'have to show in the drive is progressing satisfac- the flames were first seen by sev- Church will read, the servicein tember and October instead of
; order to geta supplemental ration torily and that approximately $220 eral in the business district who I the absence of the rector, the the present 50 per cent, and industrial -
; book? has been raised to date on the city sent in an alarm and then hastenedto Rev. Andrew J. Milstead, who left users will get 80 per
i A. In general, you must show quota of $360. The drive is sched- fight it with fire extinguishers. last week for military service cent instead ,of 70 per cent.
I \ that you require 'a 'carin: your uled to ,close on July,, 15. Pallbearers will be M. J. Bush, Housewives may obtain the dividend -
work, that public transportation facilities The $360 quota set for the city PROPERTY SOLD Joseph Dougherty, .H. A. Rider, S. allotment by' presenting
.' are not ,adequate or available will include ,$100 for the city L. Stewart, Dennis ,Small, Carl ration ,stamp No. 7 to the grocery
and that you are sharVig chapter. Announcement is made this week Bekemeyer, Robert ,J. Moon and store any time in the six-week per-
iod. The bonus is in addition to
\ ,, your car: with at least three other, by Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Stone of the R. N. Miller. the regular two-pound monthly
\ persons in riding to work., The SERVICE. STATION CHANGE sale of Lots 34 and 35 in Block Mr. Edwards was a native of allotment obtainable with stamp No.
other members of your car-sharing Taylor's Falls, Minn., where he was
I Sale of the Standard Service Sta- 360, to Gus Cantrell. This is the 5 and stamp No.6.
born October 14 1862. On August
, I club must sign your application. ,
, tion south of the Inn was an- It. D. Dobbins house and is located ------ -- -------'
Q. What about the fellows with 22, 1892, at the age of thirty, he --
I'' \ "X" cards? nounced been taken this week. The station has I on Atlantic Avenue. Mrs. A. P. was married to Miss Theresa Rowland Haven 'to Marco.
over by' Frank
: ,A. There are no "X" books In Howard Wynn has also purchased Lot 8 in Survivors besides his widow' are
and Mock at Olney, Ill Several years!
Raleigh former owner'. Is
1!, the new set-up. Most of those who one brother Zara M. Edwards of
l (Continued on Page 4) moving 'away to enter other busi Block 363 on Sagamore Avenue later they came to south Florida Pine ,City, Minn., and ,a niece, Mrs.
,,1 ness. from Mr., and Mrs, Stone. and, operated, hotels from Moore Alice Stanton of Kalamazoo, Mich.
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"You saved me from drowning CHAPTER,XVII "I don't understand, Paul. What It was night when the plane land- sought Belief in
young man," said the wealthy old are you talking about?" ed, and forewarned by Paul, Joan poetry

,miser, "and I would gladly give "And you? Don't you want to go "You thought I agreed to come was not surprised to see Arthur Mul And wrote
you a half dollar, but I've only a home?" Mulford asked Joan. with Mulford because you wantedme ford confronting them with a gun my sorrow
dollar bill." "Yes and no. I want, to leave- to, but there is really another and saying, "All right now, keep t.ll away.
"Oh, I'll fix that," replied the but not without PauL, reason." your hands up." '1'AfC1

rescuer, "jump in again." "Ah," Mulford said, "I see. ButI Her face was white. "What are Silently they filed out of the plane
r will be glad to take all of you. I you trying to tell me?" and at .Mulford's command entered,

Of All Places! have my own plane, my own pilot, "I came because we are at last on a waiting automobile, followed by the ,
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"For months I couldn't discover and I am returning to San Fran' the trail. We're being taken straightto bewildered ''Thomas.

Where my husband spent his eve cisco tomorrow. Why not talk it the heart of the spy ring." "What's' it all about, Mr. O'Mal 0
nings." over with him? Surely he can haveno "You mean'that'Mr. Mulford ." ley?"-,he begged. "Where are we?,"
objection to your leaving since it "Another of Karl's tricks," Paul
"And how did you find out? She could not go on.
"Why, one evening I went home will be absolutely safe." "Mulford," Paul said calmly, "is explained in an'und rione. "I think Features
and there he was!" Joan wavered. "I couldn't go without the head of this whole business. I've : we're somewhere in New Mexico or
him. But maybe he would be possibly Arizona."
known it ever since I obtained those ,
willing to go with us. He could get papers on the ship." The moonlit night showed them little
SETTLEMENT"If aid in the states and return to Mexico "And you didn't tell me?" as they drove along the rough CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT
and continue the search. I'ni not "No. I didn't want to frightenyou. country road. Barren waste land
much help to him now, and neitheris ." stretched on all sides.

Thomas. What I really came,down She leaned weakly back in her "You mean this guy is one 'of
here to tell you, Mr. Mulford, was seat. "And-1 'thought we were safe! Karl's men?" Thomas whispered.
that what Thomas told you is the But where are we going, Paul? "Just Karl's boss," Paul said wry MONUMENTS
truth. He should have his chance to Do you have any idea?" ly. a

get out." "I have a very good idea, and if Thomas? for once, was stunned
"I understand, and I'll take him of into silence.In
I'm wrong it's going to be tough on .
course. But, Joan, I think you all of us." a short time they arrived ata r [tiw1d70+..Mldi.tLSnWnx..
0 should go too. I'm really shocked at "Poor Thomas!" Joan said, look ranch house. It was the first .
I catch your chickens in my this situation. After all, you were in ing over her shoulder. "This will bej dwelling of any kind they had seen.. .u ? ,v.' nrrvwnoHAt wwow ca ,

garden again I'll sue you for dam my shop for almost two years. Nat" since landing. Behind the large
ages." urally your welfare concerns me. house was a smaller one and into

"No need to sue. Come over She smiled. "That's'nice of you, this Paul, Joan and Thomas were A most welcome gift to any
into my yard and I'll give yolk Mr. Mulford. By the"way, what are led. The house was'modern though pipe-smoker or roll-your-own fan

all the damages you want." you doing,in Mexico? crudely finished. There was a ,fire now in our armed forces is a
"Since the war ruined my business place and electric Several
lighting. pound of his favorite tobacco. Numerous -
Waiting His Time and I closed the shop, I've rooms led into the living room but surveys have shown that

"You love your girl, don't you?" been having a vacation. I neededone none of the three was inclined to tobacco is the No. 1 gift on the "
"Of course I do." after all those years. I worked venture from the fire. service man's list. A favorite with

"Yet you mean to say you caught thii hard, and it's good to be away." "Well," Thomas said, "I guess many of our soldiers, sailors, ma-
fellow making love to her and you stand Joan rose. "Can I let you know this is all my fault. thought Mul rines, and Coast Guardsmen is
it?" in the,morning about leaving?
for early
ford was on the level. I didn't knowhe Prince Albert, the largest-selling
"Well-er-yes. You see- talk it Mr.
I'll have to over with
"Why didn't you give him the hidingof was connected with Karl. Hon smoking tobacco in the world. If
O'Malley. _
estly. you have a friend or relative in
his life?
"Of course. I do not plan to leave
"I'm just waiting. Waiting, that's all." /"We know that, Thomas. It's all the Army, Navy, Marines, or
take time.
"Waiting? What for?" before noon, so your right. It had to be this way. I've Coast Guard who smokes a pipe or
"Till' ,I catch her with smaller'Jet.low. "You're not staying at the hotel? rolls-his-own send
a suspected for some time that vful- a pound can of
"No. With friend of mine Dr.
a ,
Prince Albert. Your local
ford was the chief of this outfit. dealeris
Gomez. I'll give you his number,
Joan sat down in an old wicker featuring the National Joy
"My wife has. a queer way of or better yet, I'll phone you here.
rocker and drew it closer to the Smoke as an ideal gift for, service
getting even with the telephone About ten o'clock, say? Adv.
men.-
"That will be fine. 'And thank blaze. "And now what do we do?
company, Brown confided to a you
friend. "She used'my' car to knockdown very much for everything." "This ranch isa clearing house. 'J
their poles." What a lucky break, Joan thought. Stolen plans that are not taken from
It all worked out so 'perfectly. If San Francisco by boat are flown NO ASPIRIN FASTER

And That Fast Mr. Mulford had his own plane, how here and from here to Mexico where than genuine, pure St.: Joseph Aspirin. !
they are picked up off the coast by World's largest seller at 10))! None safer I
"My dad takes things apart to could Karl possibly check on them? '
none surer. Demand St. )Joseph Aspirin.
see why they don't go." She roused the desk clerk and had fishing boats.
"So what!" him ring Paul's room. Thomas rubbed his hands together -

"You'd better go."' "Please come down, Paul," she JG nervously. "But why ,did they Test of Truth
begged. "I must talk with you." want us to come here? Why would
"
Thomas came in from the veran they have bothered?" The grand and, indeed, the only

HIT THAT RHEUMATIC PAIN da. "What do you think?" he asked. "That," Paul ,admitted, "remainsto character of truth, is its capabilityof
be enduring the test of universal
"It sounds fineJoan agreed. seen. tt;
experien
RIGHT WHERE\ IT HURTSAnd "That man is'my:former employer. I Ir "They must think they have some eand'coming unchanged
out' of possible form of fair
I've known him for years. He's hereon ilu use for us," Joan argued, "or they every
: look at the Silver Liningin a vacation." r wouldn't''have gone to, so much trou ,discussion.-Sir John Herschel.

those Clouds of Pain "Then you'll go, too?" r ble."

The big idea is that want to feel "It certainly seems like a good .IJj-: 1 The wind whistled outside. The
you _.' silence of the For ONLY 1O/
held
the
better.. When pain eases, your mind chance, but I'll have to talk to Paul. night peculiar Now
eases. You get rest that means deliver In any case, Thomas, Mr. Mulford Silently they filed out of the plane loneliness that belongs to the desert. Less than
ance. So use something that gets at the has promised to take you." and at Mulford's command entereda Joan was so deep in her ,own 0;
pain. C-2223 brings you painrelievinghelp. "Thanks, Miss Leland." The gratitude waiting automobile followed by thoughts that the sound of foot
Now you will feel as good as in his eyes was unmistakable.Paul the bewildered Thomas.a steps startled her and she leaped
others who enjoyed its help. Don't put came down almost immedi- from her place by the fire.
it off. Get C-2223 now. 6oc, $i every "What's terrible shock for him. Mr. Mul 0"Dream
ately. going'on? he de The door opened to admit Karl
where. Use only as directed. Purchase manded. ford, the head of the spy ring! :Ican't Miller. His arm was 'in a sling.
price refunded if you are not satisfied "
"The most wonderful thing has believe it! "You didn't quite finish me," he
happened! Arthur Mulford is here! "It's true! He's been working with said smoothly. "Your aim is really a dose

FOR QUICK RELIEF I[ used to work for him before I got Karl all the time. His importing .very' bad." m Use only as directed.I .
j my job with Karl. He was the man shop was only a blind, just as Karl'sClub "What a pity," Paul murmured.
who Was trying to locate me through Elite is. All the time you Karl turned his cold blue eyes I

i A O the bartender, also the one I saw worked for Mulford you were.really upon him. "You have caused us
Soothing A I If RT
involved. Mulford fired you and refused deal of trouble Mr. O'Mal
I ANTISEPTIC M E. V & on the street today. a great ,
' Used by thousands with satisfactory results They went out to the patio, which to give you a reference so ley. I believe the time has come
I' for 40 years-six valuable ingredients was covered by a patchwork of shad ,you 'would be forced to take any now for you to be of use to us."
Spurlock-Neal. Get Carboil Co.,at drug stores or writo ows and moonlight. Thomas had job that came along. The want ad Paul had risen and the two men SightA
Nashville Tenn. gone upstairs and Joan and Paul sat was put in that,paper especially for stood facing each other. sight to dream of, not to tell.

I Ij down[ at one of the rustic tables. "So you. Mulford had decided you wouldbe Karl said quietly, "Again I offer -Coleridge.
y j Remember the End Arthur Mulford has offered to take loyal and really transferred you you the chance to come in with us.
\ Whatsoever thou takest-in hand, you home?" to Karl's employ. If you hadn't You could be a valuable asset." t'
1 remember the end, and thou shalt "Yes! How did you know?" fallen in love with Karl, you might Silence. Contempt was written on @IDDlLE-AGE" F '

, never do amiss.-Ecclesiasticus. "Very simple deduction, darling," still not have known what was go- Paul's face.

I I Paul laughed. "I read it in your .ing on." "If you refuse to give us your WOMEN ( 38-52 )

eyes I suppose Thomas is at Shocked at the revelation his services," Karl said, "Joan will y "
the bottom of all this." words brought, Joan sat silently-'lis have to pay for it." HEED THIS ADVICE !

"Yes," Joan admitted.His tening to the roar of the plane as He walked over and took her arm, If you're cross, restless, suffer hot
MHO keen eyes searched her face. it winged its way to their unknown twisting it until she cried out with flashes distress, nervous of "Irreffularlt'feelings s", dizziness-caused,

"Cap-Brush"Applicator,I "You want to go?" destination.. pain. Paul took a step forward but by this period In a woman's life-try
JUST A makes"dIACKLEAF40"( "Not without you. But, Paul, if eAt Arthur Mulfordwho had been Lydia E.at Plnkharn's! Vegetable Com-
DASH IN FEATHERS.. GO MUCH FARTHER we all went, it might ,be better. We last the true picture was unfolded watching from the door, leaped pound PInkham's once Compound Is made

OR SPR E AD ON 'RO OSTS could get help and come back ." to Joan. Paul had made forward with a gun in his hand. especially help relieve for women distress, and due famousto to this
A bird twittered sleepily, and the their situation clear as Mulford'splane Although Karl still held her arm, female functional disturbance.
fragrance of a million flowers flood roared on. It seemed incredible which throbbed with pain, Joan Thousands upon thousands of
ed the moonlit night. Paul smiled. that she could have been so cried, "Don't pay any attention to women benefits.have Follow reported label directions.gratrfylng l

i "Okay! I'll go with you." blind. For almost two years she him, Paul, .I'm not afraid!" WORTH TRYING 1

It did not occur to Joan that victory had worked for Arthur Mulford, regarding Karl said, "Perhaps you are not,
BUREAU OFSTA4DARDS had been too easy. him as a kindly but rather afraid for yourself but there is still 27-42

The following day at noon they left tiresome employer. She had had no your sister to consider. WNU-7
Mazatlan in Mulford's plane.It suspicions that his importer's shop' "Sybil! Where is she?"
was Joan's first experience at was a blind, or that the letters she "At the moment, she is safe. If
flying. Once or twice she tried to typed day after day were code messages you can persuade Paul to see this o a o

look out but it made her so dizzy concerning the subversive activities situation my way, she will continue o
, A BUSINESS she turned to Paul, saying, '"I guessI of a spy ring. She had won- to be safe. If not ." He
" organization which wants can't take it." dered at her sudden dismissal but shrugged.Karl r'
connected it looked at O'Malley and May Warn of Disordered I
Paul'smiled placidly, much too even then she had not
to the for the
most
,get placidly, Joan decided, eyeing him I with the want ad she answered ,for smiled. "I believe you will find Kidney Action
money sets up standardsby speculatively. This was the first Karl Miller's secretary. How com that you and your government are Irregular Modem habits life with, improper its hurry eating and worry ant

which to judge what ,, time she had known Paul to give in 'I pletely she had fallen' into their playing a losing game. Of course, drinking-its risk of exposure and infection

is offered to it, just as in so easily on any issue. But perhaps : trap! And as Paul had said, if she Mr. O'Malley, in our country a man of the-throws kidneys.heavy They strain are apt on to the become work
love had changed him. She' said impulsively had not fallen in love with Karl she does not let sentimentality interfere over-taxed and fail to filter excess acid
Washington the government "I know you're doing this probably would not know the truth with his job. It unfortunate that and blood.other impurities from the life-giving

maintains a Bureauof for my sake, Paul, and I appreciateit even now. you are not constituted the same You may suffer nagging backache,
Standards. really I do." What a fool Paul must have way-unfortunate for you, and extremely leg headache pains, dizziness swellmg-, getting feel constantlytired up nights
He smiled at her earnestness and thought her, watching her through lucky for us. I am sure nervous, all worn out. Other signs
.You can have your own' said quietly, "You may as well those weeks when she had happily that, being so fond of Joan you of kidney burning or bladder scanty disorder or too are frequent sometimes t
Bureau of Standards too. know now." / boasted that Karl was going to would rather betray your country urination.
Joan's peace of mind was shattered marry her. How carelessly she had than permit her to suffer." Try Doan', Pillt. Doan't help the
Just consult the advertising "Now what?" treated Paul's words of warning, and He exchanged glances with Mul waste.kidneys They to pass have off had harmful more excess than half body a

columns of your news Paul leaned closer. "I told you I Sybil's. Sybil! Her sister's name ford, and they both left the house."I century of public approval.everywhere.Ask Are recom-.
mended by grateful users
paper. They safeguardyour I wanted to track down the rest of struck fear into her heart. Paul had told you!" Thomas cried."They're your neighbor!
-Karl's men to find out who was at told her that when they arrived at devils!"
purchasing' ,power'every ; the head of this. Remember?" the end of their journey he hopedto "If'I can stall them off for a few

day of every year. "Yes, of course, but ." find Sybil. If they would only days ." Paul was saying in a DOAN SPILLS

"That," Paul said,, "is exactly find her alive! And what about Pa. low guarded tone.
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Navy' at Mayport. Unless said certificate shall be re- 3rd day of August 1942. '
When Mrs. Martinez and Mrs. who's with the deemed according to law, the prop Dated this 3rd day of July 1942..
The Clewiston News yesterday afternoon spent the week-end here. He had u erty described therein will be sold to (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, ''I
I Davis entertained furlough, and first visit- the highest bidder at the court house Clerk of Circuit Court of ,
twelve ,day I
the lucky winners of prizes door on the first Monday in the I Hendry County, Florida.
interesting articles. Mrs. ed his brother in Raleigh, then month of August, 1942 which is the i July 10, 17, '24, 31.

Published every Friday in Clewiston received them home with flew on to Missouri to see the folks
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Cuba. and by continuing
Inc. her from a recent visit to
to squeeze In a
managed
jewelryand plane
were fans, costume
They
week-end here before reporting
lovely
linens and were truly
KEATIILEY BOWDEN, Editor I prizes. back at the ,naval-base at Mayport.


continues to hop
Coburn Moore
Entered as second class mall matter
And-
February 1, 1927, at the Pest Office In Questions around the country, too, and it looks
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Clewis ton, Florida, under the Act of now as though he's poised for a
:March 3, 1897.Subscription .
the Pacific. Completing f
hop across
from Page 1)
(Continued
applica- his training at Hendricks Field, i E Ei Er '
Rnte $2.00 Per Ycnr. at the schools and. file an
and
he
weeks ago,
Sebring, a few
like any
for extra gasoline I
Advertising; Rates On Application. tion I his pilot flew to Chicago for a visit 1.

other. What driver.Q. .about trucks and com- and on to Salt Lake City, where he' I

wel- expected to be, stationed.. He arrived
and
Devoted to the advancement mercial cars? transferrednext
fare of Clewlston and Hendry County. A( Trucks, ambulances, taxis and one night; was
has already
commercial vehicles and cars day to Arizona and
other
been transferred again-this timeto
owned or leased by a government
agency do"not register at the Spokane, Washington.And .

Q \E"BERW directly to the -
schools; they apply
w FLORIDAPRbSSSCCIATION board. I Charles Turner has made f\\

C,7 NATIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION rationing using new I the BIG JUMP this time.. After ,
start
Can I my '
1941 Q. iNla
completing his training in Aviation "
right away?
ration book
( I radio at the Naval Training Schoolin INI
A. No. Its coupons cannot be EXJOY THECOIFOnTS II I 1
Astoria, Oregon, he went to San I
.NM.N...:N MAN..:-:N1N N:N:N:-:N1H N:N:NN N NN N: used before July 22. Francisco. This week 'his mother : ,l k
Q. Suppose I have some punches
I 22. received a "passed by Censor" let-
left on my old card on July OF
RAMBLINGS ter, telling her that he is en routeto
Can I still use it?
A. No. Present ration cards are Pearl Harbor and that he is just :MODERNStreamline

By B.' B. that date. about the most satisfied and hap-
no good after

www.rw.:..:..:-:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:-:..:..:-:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..: ..jt piest gob in Uncle Sam's entire .
: NEIL MINER LEAVES navy. Pearl Harbor is about the l-- 1

I best fortified naval base in the Buses i

Clewiston was a deserted village Pacific and Charles is expecting to
Neil Miner, son of C. E. Miner of ,
Saturday, as all businessplaces who has been in a Coast have exciting experiences to relatein
Clewiston, Service 1
closed for the Fourth; the Dependable
Guard training school in New Or- later years. t
majority of the population left town

for the Fourth, and the rest of us leans, was ordered. this week into Wilbur Goff has been having fun Low Fares ,.

just stayed close in-trying to beat active service.Realtors ----. trying to use the entire alphabet Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida) ,
the heat on the Fourth. he's'doing ']

With the last spurt of auto- And LawyersTo after pretty his well name at it., and His address is I and the North .1'' ,' '

mobile travelling to take advantageof "15th Bat. Co. C. Platt." U.S.N.C. :'
Northbound-Cross-Stale! to Tampa
the long holiday week-end and Ethics 1
Revamp
Va.
t T.C., Camp Allen, Norfolk,
to get in an extra trip before the Lv. CANAL POINT 5.20 AM 10:30 AM 1:40 PM' 3:30 PM :
When he wants to be real fancy he Ar. LAKELAND 9:30 AM 3:25 PM 6:15: PM 8:25 PM :

real gasoline rationing descends adds to his name G M I C, which Ar., TAMPA 10:50 AM 4:30 PM 7:20 PM 9:30 PM ,
upon us, the section was free from TALLAHASSEE, July 8-(FNS) -
has something to do with his rat- Southbound-Going ,
accidents, which often mar the -Ethics of real estate brokers and
Mate.
ing and starts off Gunner's
pleasure of a holiday. of lawyers will be revamped and Lv. CANAL POINT 12:15 AM:: 2:00 PM' 3:50 PM 4:00: PM 5:55 ,PM'Ar.
Your guess as to the rest is as goodas MIAMI 3:55 AM 5:30 PM 7:20 PM 7:30 PM 9:to PMItetllrning
CI stiff penalties for violations will be
ours.
I provided in the legislation which
When Blanche Turner came down I I

with mumps while on a vacationin ;will be proposed in the 1943 Legislature I But we never thought we'd have Lv. MIAMI' 2:00 AM 7:00.AM 9:00 AM 10:00 AM 12:01: PM

New York 'City and had to spend according to information a church address in an army camp,,[ Ar.Lv.. CANAL POINT 5:20 AM 10:30 AM 12:20 PM 1:40 PM 3:30 PM

part of her time under the strict received here this week. I but here it is: Edwin O. Ward, 6th Northbound to Tallahassee

quarantine that New York enforces Co. 2nd Stud en t Trainin5, Re'gl'_ ,___...___ 12:20 ,PM COSTS LESS THAN DRIVING r
CANAL POINT
for mumps, we all felt sorry for her. I .'H.N'.NAM. .NCH. .N..M..N..N..N..N..N..;;.N..N..M..N..N..N..N.N..N..N..N... ment,. Harmony Church Area, Fort Ar. ORLANDO __._..__:.-.__.-..___. 4:35 PM ::\11 a 011' ...__._,.___ $ i.so .323:
.1 I Ga. Ar. 'OCALA _._........_.___.-_.-_.-.:. 7:25 PM 4 .. S:0
Benning Jackonvllle
But when she returned by plane I Ar. TALLAHASSEE ..___..____12:10 AM .0101
Tampa ____..__... 2''>? 4.60 I
from New York to Miami, we only
'I Northbound to JnckHon\ille Lakeland .__.._ 2.10 3.80
felt envious, so her vacation was With NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OFIANDOWNERS
successful after all. The only OK CLEWISTONDRAINAGE Lv. CANAL POINT _.____._._12:20 PM Orlando --.---- 2.30 4i3:
most DISTRICT Ar. JACKSONVILLE ......._.__.._12:01 AM Tallahassee __ 6.35: 11.45
disappointment, and it was a big --. (Via Orlando) Lake City ____ 4.60 8.30

one, was that her son, Charles, I Notice is given that, pursuant __ D.15 16.50I
At1nntn
Board of Super- Lv. CANAL POINT ___.._.__...._5:20 AM "'- '
who's in the Navy, had his leave I Our Boys visors to of call Clewiston of the Drainage District,,, Ar. JACKSONVILLE --.--.-.-- 4:00 PM Savannah -. ..-- 6.45: 11.60
cancelled, and instead of joining the annual meeting of the landowners -I (Via Winter Haven) Birmingham __ 10.80 10.4:

his mother in New York was in) of Clewlston will Drainage be held District at the for Lv. CANAL POINT _..-______ 1:40 PM New York _, 17.35 3125Ar : ,
the 1942
California in the other direction. the office year of said District at Clewiston,,,I JACKSONVILLE- ___._ 1:15 AU Direct Connection At and Jaek-Lake ,"
in (Via 'Vlnter Haven) Nonvllle Tallahassee
Hendry County, Florida, on Wednesday Lines I
With Greyhound ,
29, 1942, at 10:00 A. M City
July
) o'clock Eastern War Time, for the Lv. CANAL POINT _,__.__. 3:30 PM For An Point North and
The boss has gone for a few ,i purpose of: Ar. JACKSONVILLE __'''''_''__' 4:45 AM WeHt.

weeks, and he didn't even pick a1 1. Electing a Supervisor; (Via Lakeland)
Service 2. Annual Reports and
cool spot for it. For he has enrolled taking Receiving action with respect thereto DR. H. B. MILLER, Agent MILLER'S DRUG STORE
in Toledo Ohio for what as the landowners may de-
termine: and PHONE 3921 CANAL POINT
might be called
a refresher course 8. Transacting such other busi-

in newspaper mechanics. You can ..:N.N.N.H.N.NON. .N.N:N:N:N:NN. :NN. :NNN. :NN. .N:M:N.N'. ness 'as may come before the ESc

blame that on the war, too, for we I meeting.BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF ..'

wouldn't pick the middle of summer It begins to look as if those CLEWISTON DRAINAGE DISTRICTBy

to spend a few weeks in Ohioif enlisted in the : F. D. DUFF, President.
Kelly boys wrong Dated July 1, 1942. \ -
the news we" "have of Ohio summers branch of the service. They're al July 10th and July 17th. :

is correct. He'll be longingfor ways jumping around the country --

some Lake'-Okeechobee breezes. in an airplane and yet they enlisted NOTICE 01 TAX APPLICATION DEED d

in the Navy! This week-end (Senate__Hill No. 163) .I .

Gasoline rationing started ofT and 'fellow ensign
Lloyd Kelly a
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
pretty slowly at the school building flew down from Raleigh, N. C., to Lillie Richards, holder of Tax Certifi-11 11il II 1

:yesterday. If you take your '42registration spend the week-end with Mr. and cate Nd. 115, issued the 6th day of
June A. D. 1938, has filed same in
card, which is necessary Mrs. E. E. Kelly. They had plan-, my office and has made applicationfor 11I

you'll be put through in ned to fly down and return on the a tax deed to be issued thereon I
Said certificate embraces the follow
quick order. The only trouble is train. Just before they left iheii' ing described property in the Count'

so many people will wait till the leave was cut short by one night, of Hendry, State of Florida to-wit. ic'i'
Lot 16 WBlock!: 49, Perry C
last day, and the last part of the so in order to carry out their plans Hull's Subdivision, LaBelle. il

day to go up., Then there'll: be a they had to fly both ways. erty The under assessment the said of certificate the said issuec prop-

grand rush. Last week-end Robert Kelly, was in the name of Jim Goe.
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"' Shirley Pape of Delray Beach Mrs. W. A. Davis and children. P.. C. Wilson was hostess and serv- G. E. Crow, Mrs. B. C. Thompson. 1

r spent a few days here visiting her Jack a'nd1:: a 1 tha, are leaving to- ed a delicious salad course with I and Mrs. A. *W. Lawrence.
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j I' grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. day for Lake City to visit relatives. iced tea.Members. I !
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is quite ill. E. Dilley, Mrs. Beardsley, ,Mrs. W. means wasted money. Wasted :

Mr. and Mrs. S.L.- Crochet, i I' -" _'_._ !JC. Owen, Mis. Duff, Mrs. C. J. money is wasted lives' in wartime..

Sharon Crochet and Mr.: and Mrs. 1 Mr. and Mrs.:, E. C. Mills, Gene 'Nielsen, Mrs: N. V, S. Mumford, Every dollar you can save should.:

i and Mrs. Otto Larsen spent Arthur Bong. were week-end. visitors and Dub Mills, left Saturday for ajj i.Mrs.= F. E. Conkling and guest was' go toward War Bonds to help yuar

I the week-end in Melbourne.Miss in Miami., i'i j two weeks', vacation. They are 'i lIrs.V.. H. Lanier. state meet its quota.

I : spending part of the time in Lakeland j I FOR RENT-3-roomv duplex apart

Phoebe Peterson is spend-, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Couse of and, Daytona. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ment. Unfurnished.. Reasonable._

ing her vacation in Fort Myers. Moore Haven were visitors in Clew- i I I Inquire Clewiston Dry Goods Co...
I iston Wednesday afternoon and Mr. and Mrs." M. S. Lightholderhave :, H., C. Meador, Pastor Inc.

4 E.' E. Kelly made a business trip evening. ( moved to Union: City, Tenn., 9:45 a. in.-Sunday School,

to Atlanta ,and Miami this week. I ( where Mr. Lightholder, who was : 11 a. m.-Morning Worship. FURNISHED bedroom for rent. C..
Mrs. Ruth Owens *' and Charles Link instructor at Riddle Field here, j .. 7:15: p. m.-Training Union. I I' M. Jarvis, Royal Palm Avenue.

I Mrs. C. 'E. Bailey,spent two days! B., Owens spent the holiday weekend holds a similar position with the'new I '8:30 p. m.-Evening Worship.At Phone 102.

this week visiting in LaBelle. 'I(' in Okeechobee with Mr. and Riddle School of Aviation. I the evening worship the Ordinance -i I

Mrs. H. S. Lamb. I i of Baptist and ,the Lord's I FOR SALE-Two wicker chairs and'
| Mrs Walter Jenkins and -' I i I Supper will bo observed by : '
Mrs. George Yon and children of I[ son 1 can I settee. Good condition. See Mrs.
South Bay were visitors in Clewiston -, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Conkling and Johnny, have returned to their i dlelight. This has proven to' be : Rackstraw, opposite Catholic Church..

Friday. I sons, Frank and Ed, and Mr. and !home in Fort Myers Beach after I a very effective service and all are I ---

Mrs. W. H. Lanier spent Sunday at I visiting Mr. and Mrs Roy Alston cordially invited to attend and wit-
J. T. RUSSELL
Fort Lauderdale Beach.. and relatives in Moore Haven.Mr. ness the two services.
Keathley Bowden left Wednesday -
,The Palm-Lake Quarterly Association BOY 047 Belle Glade
, for a business trip to Toledo, I
i Mrs. Roy Hopkins lias returnedto and Mrs. Raleigh Mock and meeting will be held at our I
I'r: Ohio.
:' a her home in Huntingburg, Indiana I daughter, Evelyn, moved the first church Wednesday. Beginning at I Authorized Distributor

I j ji Miss Reneewthington and Miss alter spending two weeks of the week to Miami. Mr. and 2:30 p. m., and extending into the I Singer, Sewing Machine Co.

; '' Hortense Collins spent the week. here with her 'son,' Jack Hopkins.Bud Mrs. T: M. Bush, of Belle Glade, I evening. All four departments of

,' have moved into the Mock house. our work-W.M.U., the Sunday
: ,II' end in Key West. x
I Huntermark left Wednesdayto School, the Training Union and the

j i spend a few days in Palatka and Mrs. Foy Durrence and Mrs. Brotherhood----will be represented ;
Hal T. Fri the weekend
rson spent '
II' St. before motored at the There will be two I j. M. COUSECounselor
:' i in Fort Myers visiting Mr. and Augustine reporting to Jimmy Taylor to West meeting.
the 14th. Palm Beach yesterday to inspirational addresses both after- '
I Camp Blanding on meet Mrs.
Mrs. Oliver H. Sciple. and Attorney Law
I II. ---- Taylor's ,mother, Mrs. Hughes, who noon and evening: The public is I
-- Hopkins Building
I Miss Kathleen Lewis of Tampa arrived from Buffalo, New York, cordially invited to atttend these I
: : I Miss, Beatrice Jacobs of Miami .
II was the ,guest of friends in Clewis-! 'and Miss Bessie' Lewis of Blakely, for a visit. I two meetings: 'and to enjoy the fine Wednesdays and Saturdays

,I 11 Ga., are' guests of their sister, Mrs. fellowship.
,: I ton for the week-end. I Id I I I 0:30 toJohnson's 4:00 J'J
W. W. Perry, and Mr.: Perry.Miss H. T. Vaughn returned yesterdayfrom ,

a business trip to...--St. Louis.. MARTINEZ HOME SCENE OF
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Pape and I
F, Florence Graham and Miss His sons, Sonny and Harry, who accompanied CARD PARTY AND SHOWERMrs.
j Richard Pape spent the weekendat
Roberta Spicer spent the week- him, remained in Palm
Fort Myers Beach.
t
I __ end in Canal Point visiting Miss Beach with their mother and grand- W. A. Davis and Mrs. C. ,A. Fish Camp

Mr. and :Mrs. Howard Leonard Graham's sister and brother-in-law mother at the Vaughn cottage.Mr. Martinez ,were hostesses 'yesterday, (Near Hurricane Gate)
Mr. and Mrs William afternoon at a Michigan party 'and
Johnson Clewiston, Fla.
left Saturday to spend two weeks
rI ... in Lexington, N. C. a'nd: Mrs. G. E. Etherton, Mr. 1 shower complimenting Mrs. Wil- Boats "and Motors-Guide Service I

I, ': J Mrs G. E. Wenzloff was called and Mrs. G. E. Crow, Mr. and Mrs. liam Calyer. The party was held Rates Reasonable
-
Vero Beach afternoon Foy Durrence, and Sue Von Mach at the Martinez home.. :
i' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bolton and I to Wednesday: W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
: Miss Ardis Bolton were visitors in by the death of her father, Joel spent the week-end at Fort Myers I Three high prizes were given ,at 1 ,

lliamt'on the Fourth. Knight. She will remain for a Beach. They were joined Saturday Michigan, Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford I

... r' I few days, j afternoon by Mr. and Mrs. Hub and Mrs. Arthur Baum each received -
Spooner who remained until Sun- a lovely fan and Mrs. John
Miss Lee Pridgen and Bud
,day with them. DeValcourt, costume jewelry. Linens -
Hundertmark were visitors in West Miss Lois Prince and Miss Mildred -
went to Mrs. F. Deane Duff
THERE IS CONSIDERABLE
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Palm Beach Sunday. Durst were guests for. the
holiday week-end in Miami. They Mr. and Mrs R. Y. Patterson re- who made the lucky cut, and ACTIVITY IN.
j turned Wednesday from a trip to kitchen towels were given Mrs.
I Munselle Stone spent several days visited Mr. and Mrs. R. C: Gremere,
' Jacksonville, Mr. Patterson goingon W. R. Broaderick, for consolation.
6 I' this. week on a fishing and camp- Jr. Clewiston
I to Tallahassee on business. Bob Many lovely baby gifts were pre-
ing trip at Rock Lake., -
and Dick Patterson who are at- sented in the shower to Mrs. Calyer.
s Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., Real Estate
tending summer school at the Uni- Molded ice cream, shaped into
, Miss Mildred Aubrey, of ,New Mr and Mrs. Jimmy Weaver and
I versity of Florida, ,joined their par- hearts with angels, was served with ,
i Iberia, La., is' the guest of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Lee spent the
ents in Jacksonville for the weekend decorated cakes.
and Mrs. John DeValcourt.i holiday week-end in West Palm .
i ;
i : The guest list included Mrs. F. ;
__ r f.
I, Beach. ".1'
I l', t. Deane Duff, Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, ,
Christine Bell spent the
Mrs. J. W. Ezelle, Mrs. F. M.
Ensign L. G. Kelly and
week-end lin Delray' Beach with Mr. Ensign
Mrs. Hubert Land underwent a Miss Rod- NOWIS
Rodriguez, Shirley Ruth f
and Mrs. Howard McNeece. Tom Smelker, who are taking
major operation in Fort Myers M. Mueller Mrs.J. .
riguez, Mrs. F. ,
special training at the Naval School ;
Monday. She is a patient in the THE TIME TO BUY r
.
being operated in connection with F. Morrison, Mrs. J. T. Paul,
Misses Renee Wethington and Lee Memorial Hospital and her the University of North Carolina at Mrs. M. W. Bigg, Mrs. Dean King, THAT LOT YOU HAVE

Hortense Collins were visitors in: condition is reported as splendid. Mrs. D. A. Olden, Mrs. Arthur BEEN THINKING ABOUT
Raleigh week-end of
,
were guests
i 'J Key: West over the wgek-end.. I .--, Mr.: and Mrs.: E.. "E. Kelly. Ensign Baum, Mrs. E. L. Stew -f( Mrs. W.

I, Mi\ and Mrs. H. S. McDuffie and Smelker's home in C.' Owen, Mrs. R. Y. Patterson
Mr. is Beaumont, CLEWISTON IS NOW A
and Mrs. C. R. Egley and daughters, Gloria and Betty"Jean, Texas. I Mrs. H. A. Bestor, Mrs. M.
children, Ronald and 'Beverly, spent DEFENSE AREA ,
are leaving tomorrow for a vaca- Mrs John DeValcourt

the week-end at Fort Myers Beach., tion in Georgia. They will visit' ,GIRLS ATTENDING CAMPAT Mildred Aubrey. Baldwin'l 1

relatives in ,Sycamore. Bob Berner FORT MYERS BEACHA I BUILDING WILL
; Mrs. J. A. McGhee and Mrs. ,S.I will accompany them for a ten day ( MRS FOY DURRENCE HOSTESS I II INCREASECLEWISTON
L. Crochet are spending today In \
stay with relatives in Mount. Vernon from TO EVENING BRIDGE CLUB:
groupf girls ,the Com-
FortMyers on business. ( i munity Church Sunday School are I I i

11 spending this. week in Fort Myers Mrs. Foy Durrence entertained 1iJ \
P. A. Sizemore
was released from: Mrs. n.. 1\1. Bishop, R. M. Bishop, Beach attending a camp under the her bridge club at her home Wednesday I

the ; hospital where he has been I It Jr., and Dan Beardsley are spend- leadership of Dr. Alexander Linn. I evening, serving ,a supper

l f ,' under treatment for some time. ing this week in Gainesville' where The camp' 'is sponsored by the I before the card games.
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REALTY
'1; the boys are attending the FFA church organization of Southwest First prize was won by Mrs. J.

1\Irs..J.% E. Baker, Mrs.xL. Getz, Convention and Mrs. Bishop is Florida, and ''is'conducted at the H. Wilson, second by Mrs. V. C. I

... i' 'Mrs. Arthur Bong, 1Irs.Hub Spoon-'I visiting relatives.t Ralph is presi- Red Cocoanut. Woodward and low by Mrs. G. E. and DEVELOPMENT

er, Mrs. E. W. Durst and M. S. dent of the Belle Glade FFA club Included in the group are Grace Crow. Playing were Irs. Glen

Wright were business visitors in I and Dan is a' former state vice- Ward, Jo Ann Crouch, Carline I Etherton, Mrs V. C. Woodward CORPORATION I j

i Miami last Thursday. president 'of FFA. Berner, Pat Bailey, Louise Prewitt, Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., Mrs. J. H.

I'f f !I I Shirley Owen and Mary Louise Wilson, Mrs. A. C. Carlton, Mrs.
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Shoppe-
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Church, 11:00. 'Sacrament of the

5: I ;; (. :: Lord's Supper.. !
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IS NOW OPEN ,( ,,- The officers and members of the
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f '::\' ,', to those of the community
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.': .meet with them for study and wor- ,

II :_::( ; : Is Doing A Good Business ". :: ship Junior every Christian Sunday morning.Endeavor will I PHOTOGRAPH OFFICIAL i

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I i Invites YOUR '; meet Wednesday at 3:30 in the SIGNAL CORPS
.1 :: Patronage r.r r. :;: church with Mrs. Arey. Shirley
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,, I .t i -; Owen will be the leader. Each
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.. : member will bring at least one
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; friend. Refreshments will be serv-
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I :i x Meet your friends at Art's. Drop in for a few'!_. The Ordinance of the Lord's Supper -

I 'I :::: minutes to rest while on your shopping trip downtown. Re-!..I will be celebrated at the serv- and taxes by adding regularly to
a ice Sunday morning. All who love
. "" : fresh yourself during the warm days at our fountain. ': .: 's'H : ,,* c
'.. I the Lord are invited to join with
I' : ; Savings Recount here. with
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your
I '::1 I the members in this service of
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.L ::: The Ordinance of Infant Baptism liberal earnings and insured safety.
I: I: Complete line' of cosmetics, prepared medicines and :; .
; sundries. I 1. :: will be administered on Sunday,
I I .:. July \9. All parents desiring this

?; sacrament for their children shouid

,; I "s'X .1'I :' speak to the pastor. .. BUY YOUR WAR BONDS HERE

's" YOU'LL ENJOY THE i: The Community Church welcomesto
'I i' HOSPITALITY OF :: '
all'
its services all strangers and
I : .:: residents without a local church i

I/,1: Art's Soda Shoppe ::: home. We seek to serve those of

tIP / all denominations.
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Beauty on Production Line Gems-of Thought


Helps 'Keep 'Em Flying'Women iciiIAE 'IPHE the surest manners criterion of women by which are

L to determine whether a repub-

SCRE&W1 lican government is practi-
& cable in
X11 aww a nation or not.-John
Pr R E E 'y ..rZlC Adams.A .
man likes!
marvelous
things
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By VIRGINIA VALE
D. C. Released by Western Newspaper Union. so he invents them, and is
astonished._ .w
E. Howe.
FALKENBURG received
SUPPLIES TO RUSSIA JINX Ay call it holy ground
The fates and the weather were urgent request from a The soil where first they trod.
good to the Russians last winter. jJ group of 'soldiers at a U. S. They have'lejt unstained, what there 4
But another twist of fate and they found
now j military outpost recently; sign- -
the weather are working againstthe : freedom to worship God.
in
:i ing themselves as the boys
United States and Russia.It -Felicia D. Hcmans.
so happens that the polar ice .{'';: "Hut #33, Iceland," they begged Miss not the occasion; by the

cap this year has come farther ,: ,.""YX", her to send them a large pic- forelock take that subtle power,
south than at any other time in 100 ; 1 ture of herself in a bathingsuit the never-halting time.-Words
years. This has pushed the ship- :"}it,: worth.
ping lanes by which U. S. convoys ll'Wf,; as soon as possible. "We
carry supplies to Murmansk, closer ,.,;%i want to put it on the wall for two
and closer to Norway and the pow- important reasons," they wrote. "1_
erful Nazi bases there. !' It will give us something interest- FO OT quickly with comfort- f I

Result is that only 200 miles of / 'fjj"5" >"ll ing to look at. 2-It will help to inS medicated Mexican

sea separate the polar ice packs keep the captain's eyes busy when IRRITATION Heat Powder. Soothes,
and the coast of Norway-a very n he comes around to inspect our RELIEVED cools and refreshes.
:, 1, c t ; >C. sy y> lin> "
narrow gauntlet for ships to, run, : quarters. She sent a picture five
facing simultaneous attack from 1111 feet high! What Choice
Nazi submarines, airplanes and de Lj -E-: If the choice of remaining at
r. "Once unites
stroyers. : Upon a Honeymoon"
peace rests with us, we are boundto
This is why there have been __ _'1.i': <_ three of the screen's top figures in do so. But if another
: person,
Russia. It is the studio where each has previously -
losses on the route to with sword in hand, talks of
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also why the United States has not are playing a vital scored triumphs-RKO Radio. but wages war, what is left but peace to ,.. .,
been able to deliver all the supplies role in the war effort, principally They're Ginger Rogers and "Cary defend ourselves-Demosthenes., ,: "
promised Russia-though it has in the great aircraft Grant, who've both made plenty of
tried desperately and the Russians J factories. Some of these attractive hit pictures, and Leo McCarey,
the i producer-director of such
have tremendously appreciated delightful Gas
effort; I women might easilybe films as "Love Affair" and "My on Stomach

To prey on this shipping, the carving out a career for Favorite Wife." "Once Upon a When Relieved in 5 minutes or double money back
Nazis have developed one of their themselves in the movies, Honeymoon" is the kind of thing Inft gas,excess soar stomach stomach and acid heartburn causes palnfal.doctors sul=foc 111'preaeribe t-

strongest bases at Trondheim, Nor- but they are content to star they all do best.Thousands eymptomaticrdief-medidneelikethoseinBell-ens the fastest-Beting i medicine\: known for
way. There they have not only on the production line. --; Jiffy TaMeta or double No laiahve.your money Bell-ana back brings on return I of bottlS: : f
submarines, but land-based air- The pretty worker at theCurtissWright of moviegoers, on read- to as, 25c at all druggists.

planes. They also have the advan- pro pell or ing of Elmer Davis' appointment as
tage during-'the summer of nearly 7r 4 l.' ty plant shown above stands at director of the Office of War Infor- Devout Thoughts
24 .hours of daylight. mation, recalled seeing him on the Certain thoughts are prayers..
the the apex of a V formed by screen. To "Information Please" There are/ moments when what-
Therefore, convoys skirting
two lines of propellors. fans he of the highlightsof ever be the attitude of ,the body,
north tip of Norway have to fighta a__ was one
hUh the soul is its knees.VictorHugo.
running battle for three days be- the series issued by RKO Pathe. on

fore they can reach Murmansk. It .
1 is continuous day and night fighting, Bill Stern, NBC director of sports
with scarcely a wink of sleep for the and famous sportscaster, plays him-
crews. Merchant vessels bristle self in Samuel Goldwyn's "The CORNS FAST

with armament. Guncrews have Pride of the Yankees," which stars Pain goes quick corns

been giving a magnificent accountof Gary Cooper and is based on the you speedily use thin removed, soothing when,
themselves, but the odds are tre cushioning Dr. SchoLTa t
ZIno-pads. Try them
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i FRANCE GOES ANTI-NAZI
I It can be"no secret to the Nazis

that scores of Frenchmen are sneak-
: ing out of France to England by Good Work
Genuine work alone, what thou
Some
small boat or even airplane.
:, eventually have found their way to A tySr workest faithfully, that is eternal,
: the United States. as the Almighty Founder and

'; The story they tell is one of the Worldbuilder himself.-Carlyle.liJpr" .

most encouraging of the war pictures j/ N t'.
I but it shows our state department i ry ,,
-to be lagging months behind in Wh9RHEUMATISM
s ,
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its policy toward France. .. '
: aches and pains of
i' The people of France, say these :
'heroes of midnight channelcrossings -
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NEURITISLUMBAGOBRJflG.S
F! are so far ahead of the U. S.: n
:! state department that it would' be w" h "'U"l"T"" (t iQyCYrJ.

ji humorous if it were not pathetic. These girls wear various types of protective headgear while they pro BILL STERN
Ii U. S. food shipments to French duce the tools to whittle down the Axis. The girl at the right providesthe V .

jli! North Africa, they say, won't help touch of the eternal feminine with a flower in her hair. (Photos life of the late Lou Gehrig. Theresa
,j win over the French people; if anything approved by war department.) Wright, Walter Brennan and Babe
I:: will retard the independence Ruth head the supporting cast. Stern BLESSED RELIEF

movement there. !'. .. .' ;'' __ > flew from the Coast to participatein
J t' ; W=7Y ZNh"''>:' 'X' ''>'')h 'N. hI'N YMw>:nw"Jj.Prlarge Large Bottled/ ( nttf iroM12SmaII) SOC
: The French have been won over the scene showing "Lou Gehrig IT AU GOOD DRUG STORES ir IT Mill 01 receipt tf trio
by much greater issues than food, Memorial day," which marked MCNEIL DRUG co, inc.
; and are insulted at the state de Gehrig's retirement. 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville,Florida

I partment's idea that they would sell .,,.-,-- 1
I their souls for a mess of pottage. be
Carroll Naish is going to
J.
'Ii Here are the major developments Jgf: seen as an ape-man, no less, in Find the Scrap to

i, which have really influenced France: znv1 20th Century-Fox's "Buried Alive." Eliminate the JapTO
1. The behavior of the Germansin It's this company's first effort in

France. the horror line, and just the title

: 2. The fact that Britain was not promises well. John Shepperd and CHECK SA
i only able to prevent Nazi invasion, Lynne Roberts will have the roman it

but how is so effectively bombingthe tic leads. ,

3. continent.The'resistance of the Russians. N, ..,a r Rosalind Russell"r----is; booked for an- 666
i-
I 4. American entry into the war. other of those pictures in which she's +

j! Of all these, one of the most effective such a clever and handsome young Z
i incidents was the British business woman that she makes
I bombing of the Renault motor plant business women in the audience
1 (Frenchmen had been tipped off to green with envy. This one will be
i leave in advance), and the dropping "Portrait of a Lady," and the plot _SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
I of the French flag along the (which somehow has a familiar

Champs Elysee by a British fighter ring) deals with the efforts of a hus- We Can All. Be
plane last week. band to win his wife away from a :

So when the Big Push does come, business career.
,
has her luncheon the An office worker before the war, ".
it will find an enthusiastic French on -;---
people anxious to cooperate.Note job in the big aircraft plant, where this girl now works a milling machine "Guerrilla Brigade," the Soviet EXPERTI

: The French fleet, these she is, one of hundreds of women on a bronze nut line in the picture which was shown in New I I. t-

'Frenchmen say, now will not be who are keeping 'emN flying. Curtiss-W'right propellor plant. York recently, has been booked by BUYERS
turned over to Hitler-not because the RKO circuit and is scheduled for

I I of food shipments, but because the __ B'Jm ......>>,w_.. :<< .'V; : '"' national release. This is the first
: French sailors won't permit it; and time in some years that a Russian In bringing us buying Information
I the Nazis haven't got the 35,000 picture has been booked by a major to prices that are being asked for j
naval personnel available to man theater chain here. what we Intend to buy, and as to the
them. --'., quality we can expect,the advertising !
columns of this newspaper perform a
Those bitter little quarrels be- j
worth while service which saves us J
AXIS OILFIELDS tween actors and motion picture
many dollars a year.
Behind the frequent Jap bombing companies no longer ,mean what 4
raids on North Australia is a very they once did, not since radio's hereto O It Is a good habit to form,the habitof I
important fact which has escapedthe stay. When Madeleine Carroll consulting the advertisements every 1 I
headlines. As long as GeneralMacArthur's and Paramount disagreed not long time we make a purchase, though we
havo 'already decided just what we
-
planes 'are based on l A. ago, the beautiful Miss Carroll want and where wo are going to buyIt.
North Australia, the Japs can't merely departed for New York and
go It gives us the most priceless feeling
E ahead with their longcherishedplans picked up some 'engagements to In the world: the feeling of being
to develop the oil fields of broadcast, at $2,500 each. Paul adequately prepared.
Java. Muni and his studio parted, so he
O When we go Into a store,prepared
For long range U. S. army did a stage play, got $5,000 apiecefor beforehand with knowledge of what Is
bombers can carry pay loads to several radio performances, then offered and at what price, we go as
Java' and make a shambles of iIJlRiAnd signed with another studio. John an expert buyer, filled with self-confi.
oil tanks and oil wells. Garfield and Warner Bros disagreed dence. Is a pleasant feeling to have,
1
I That is why the Japs still and radio grabbed him. the feeling of adequacy. Most of the
I 'want to take North Australia, -=t-- unhappiness In the world can be tracedto
; though since the Coral sea battle William L. Shirer talks to his a lack of this feeling. Thus adver-
: they have cooled off on the idea friend, Edward R. Murrow ("ThisIs tising shows another of Its manifold
:, of landing troops in the more London") every Sunday before facets-shows Itself as an aid toward
populated and richer areas of here is art' ex-laundry girl This plastic-masked worker now their respective broadcasts. The making'al our and business .relationshipsmore

southeast Australia-which, incidentally doing an important bit to help wash operates a ,lathe on a nut-line as conversation is over 'private wire, secure pleasant.sssssssssss

are now strongly up the Axis. She is proud to be expertly as any male machinist. She and the first thing Murrow asks is $ $ $ $ sWashington
defended. about the baseball teams.
helping Uncle Sam
was once a stenographer. ,


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II'I LESSON TEXT-Genesis 3:1.13, 23, 24.
GOLDEN TEXT-The soul that sinneth. it may be purchased at army and stand until water is clear. Twice

shall die.-Ezeklel 18:4. i navy stores, may be used in place I I I a week is often enough to use it
'I of rubber hot-water bottles.TM1J on plants.

The finished creation of God was

!, .. "very good," but before long it,was
II" marred by sin. Dr. Hart-Davies in I

i 11; his book on Genesis speaks of a 1 I Id

II brick from the walls of ancient m : J'
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:I a4j Babylon, now in the British museum. eous Koo
It "bears the imprint of one of glp

I i j Babylon's mighty kings. Right over / GEpPENSERTS 4

the center of the royal seal is deeply % j

irl impressed the footprint of a ","pari If.g
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+4: 4vIceTinkling
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rl ah' dog which apparently trod uponit

when it was soft and plastic. Human Deception
brick. Man t tI
nature is like that
Individuals indeed deceive
'1.11.f % 1 originally was made in the imageof b r may
? and be deceived; but no one has
.
the divine like, tti a
: God, but over I
4 'tfYr ever deceived all have
men, nor
//f Cool, Drinks Ward Off Summer Fatigue ness there has been superimposedthe all men ever deceived any one.-

j 1{ (See Recipes Below.) dirty disfigurement of the devil'simprint.

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Sugar-Saving Drinks We see first in our lesson the Hio '""
Lynn Says: ", ,
appearance of the serpent who is ( #,', IIOOt'fNlNDS'GIANT
When the thermometer's perched The Score Card: Definite news the subtle emissary of- -t'I ; '.
has reached me on the spice situ- '-"r- :a= )
,f r" on the highest rung of the temperature I. Satan (vv. 1-5). ,
". \v 7 7 'r 1/- ladder, do ation, so now you homemakerscan Man, because he was made in

I \, you feel your see exactly what is available God's image, was not a mere autom-: A FOURSOME of twosomes- SALE ONlY 49 fOR

q -I spirits sagging, 'in this line.There's aton, having ,no moral choice. He puppy dogs, lovebirds, blue- BIG I SIZE '

( your energy run- enough to go around was a free being who had to choose birds and hen and rooster-are for

Il i t Ifl ning low? Yes, freely of: cayenne, red pepper, between good and evil. Obedienceto use as,small flower holders. Prod-

the warm weath- mustard, chili powder, dill seeds, God is the underlying moral prin- ucts of your workshop, they are

14'' er begins to take oregano, paprika, curry, cake ciple of the universe. Man was giv-. as fascinating to make as they are

its toll just about spice, mixed pickling spice, cel- en an opportunity to obey the decorative when finished.

the time you feel you need push ery seed, onion and garlic salt prohibition of one tree in the Gar- .
I
I and drive most. But make and powder, bay leaves, marjoram -
a comeback den of Eden. The principle of pro- It's all a matter of tracing the outlines
I quickly and easily with a cardamon, anise and black hibition in the midst of a world of for.this octet from pattern Z9481, 15 cents,
healthful, fruit-juicy drink served ina pepper. has divine sanction. to thin lumber, cutting out with jig copingor
privilege talus
Careful use is indicated for keyhole saw, assembling and painting.
tall colorful
frosty glass.
Satan provided the occasion for You'll like the fruits of your labors-clever
An attractively served drink will these spices: cinnamon, mace, man's fall into sin. He came, not holders for cacti, succulents and other

perk up your spirits more quickly allspice, white pepper, cloves, as the cloven-hoofed monstrosity of small plants. Send your order to:
than can "Jack Spratt!" nutmeg and ginger.
you say modern cartoonists, but as a crea-
Plan to freeze some of those' fragrant Canning rubbers, lids, jars, etc. ture more subtle than all other crea- AUNT MARTHA

mint leaves and those few odd are available in sufficient quantity tion. His approach in our day is Box 166-W Kansas City, Mo.
berries left over from the shortcake for this season's produce. An
,
just as smooth and cultured (IICor. Enclose 15 cents for each pattern
with water in the ice cube trays extra ration of sugar for canners
will be allowed amounting to five 11:14). desired. Pattern No.........!.....
for they make a pretty drink. Or, ,
, if you like colored ice cubes that pounds per person for the year. II. Sin (v. 6). Name.................................

I : prevent your summer beverage There's a possibility that coffee Let us be clear that sin is not a Address..............................
: from tea, and cocoa come necessity, not a natural weakness of ; '
taking on a watery taste, may TIME
i .. freeze fruit juices diluted with water Jn for rationing...,. Homemakers man,, not a falling, upward' in the _.. __ '0 I UMITEO

1- into ice cubes. You'll like this. are also advised to save and progress of the race, but a delib- HII TOILET .

Milk and ice cream 'are perfect conserve all fats, grease and oil. erate choice to transgress the law Active Truth AT

ingredients with fruit juices for cool- If you cannot use the fat at home, of God. At once it showed its true Truth like a torch, the more: 'tis GOOps COUNTERS

ing drinks. Not only do they contain keep it well preserved in a cool nature by reaching out and lead- shook, it shines.-William Hamil- nil-- ijIhn
ton. &rtnkProducts Corp.,BIoomfl/*!J.N.J.
its another into transgression.The <
most of the requisites for a well-. place to prevent becoming ran- ing /'t
: I balanced diet, but they are easy to cid, then bring to your butcher. one who listens to a slander

j take and lend them elves in pleasant against God can easily begin to

'I combination with other foods. Pour root beer and milk into a doubt His Word, and then, it is not

i Your biggest problem with summer tall glass. Add ice cream and serve difficult to look at what God has
T p drinks will come in trying to immediately. forbidden. Then the desire of the

save sugar. But flesh takes hold and disobedience Sailfish on the ,
Maple Cooler. .
vv' '
don't let this follows (cf. I John 2:16). T V *" 1
(Serves 1)) I Ii e
r I stump you, for ? \ III. Shame (vv. 7-13). z- h center line !
2 tablespoons maple syrup }
: you can use fruit vanilla The breaking of a 'right relation-
juices that have teaspoon ship with God broke the perfectionof 1t'K h
1 milk i
naturalsugars. I j cup with Innocence /
r i man's fellowship man. ,
salt
Few grains Sh W
honey as a sweet r' ( ( was swallowed up in a sense
ener, and milk ,Combine ingredients and beat one of shame. But the shame is far .
d' and ice i minute. Top with whipped cream,
cream, i deeper than a sense of nakedness.It .
I, which need very little or no other if desired. speaks of a heart marked with
I
You will be driving around less
fl I sweetening at all.
sin which makes man hide from God.
Try fruit powders, too, using 1 these summer evenings for your Satan had promised Adam and
breath
of fresh
level tablespoon of the fruit powder Eve that they should know more

I with 3 teaspoons of honey to 1 glassof I air, but you will about good and evil (v. 5), but all ...
spend _
probably
water or milk. Fill the glass with the good they learned about was
I more time on '
shimmering ice chips and you havean a what they had now lost, and the

wink.excellent thirst quencher in a 'having your back the porch neighbors -, D0- evil they learned was the sin which HE'S A "SELF-STARTER" ;
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now blackened their souls and dark-
f Fruit juices used with ice cream drop in and o ened their lives. 1
J them simple
and honey are kind to the sugar ra- serving And with them fell the whole human -

tion: drinks and a for Paul tells us in Ro-. TARTER CAPTAIN HAROLD ANDREWS ,
race,
*Orange Cooler. few sugar-saving cookies for the in- "SE F- Skipper of the Riptide,deep- '
I tween-meal mans 5:12 that "by one man sin :...::: :..::...
snack. You'll
BREAKfAS1"
(Makes 1/ quarts) both of these enjoy entered the world, and death by sin; sea fishing yacht,stalks the .

, 2 cups orange juice recipes: and so death passed upon all ,men, bowl ot KeltoIf\ sn corR tots "LL2k Gulf Stream off the coast ota '
b'
ig
.1 1A lemon Honey Chocolate Nut Cookies. some trullB Florida for coveted "sails"
cup juice for that all have sinned. Fl\ S Y/iU\ fIIMVr
I 1cup maraschino cherry juice Vz cup butter IV. Sorrow (vv. 23, 24). ot mtik\ vt1MM 4S and blue marlin. He's kept

. 1 cup ginger ale 2 squares unsweetened chocolate Man and his help meet, who had l)Mt4Eapls CORNFLAKES hopping all the time. Hemoney

II f 2 tablespoons honey 2 eggs, well beaten begun with such glorious promise in PROTEINS says: "For my ,

1 pint vanilla iee cream Vz cup honey the garden, now had the great sor- :r' )\FOOD ENVpR ct there's nothing to help start
: i 2 tablespoons sliced maraschino Vz cup sugar row of being driven out by God. .
FlAtlastes off right like Kellogg'ssCornFlaMesto
tamOUS
I- cherries J,4 teaspoon salt No longer to be trusted, man was Q\UShe. \ \ *"1t.-.-":;:: you
yap -n. .... .....'.." Corn Flakes with fruit. and
! Mix fruit juices and ginger ale; % cup sifted flour kept out by the cherubim, mysterious \< ensYant "
!( ,
50 : ,f lyy'milk!Boy-there's a dish!
add Vz chopped nuts
,: I honey; mix well. Chill thor- cup angelic beings with the awful
. oughly. Add ice cream and stir until Melt butter and chocolate over hot flaming sword. t'de Hi"makeh tho ,pot l:.... .;,.Ie;; wri M ...................................... Copr.1942 by: Kellocz Company

'I I blended. Serve in chilled glasses water and stir until blended. Com- Labor, which in the garden had, ;:dnm nl4'THE ;p;ouronn.; dinln9

!, topped with cherry slices. bine eggs, sugar, honey and salt in been but a pleasant diversion, became -
Orange Quench. bowl. Add flour which has been sift a struggle against a thorn-

(Serves 1) ed once before measuring. Mix thor- infested ground. Sorrow was linked

r 34 cup milk oughly, add chocolate mixture and with motherhood, and man began to
beat until smooth. Add
1A cup orange juice nuts. Drop bear the heavy responsibilities of
Ii i e 1 teaspoon sugar from) spoonfuls on greased baking life (see Gen. 3:14-19): .,
sheet, and bake in a slow '
(300-de- ,
close
Combine ingredients and beat until But we must not our lesson
gree) oven 15 minutes. Remove out that in
the
thoroughly blended. Serve chilled. without pointing
from sheet immediately. The cook- God
midst of judgment provided
Root Beer Flip. ies taste better when mellowed POWER ':
so of
man's
mercy. The promise redemption -
Serves
( 1) :
in
container
pack a tight between is written first in God's
1A cup root beer of \
I:, Vz cup milk layers. waxed paper. Book in Genesis 3:15, and from

1 serving vanilla ice cream Chocolate Crunch. there the scarlet thread of redemptive OF THE PRESS 1\ 1
i Vz pound semi-sweet or sweet truth runs right through the
.
I' I milk chocolate Bible to its last chapter. Manufacturers and merchants sense the

1 cup oven-popped rice cereal Even in judging the first Adamfor power of the press. Early they began usingit

\ 0 SUMMER REFRESHMENTS, Melt chocolate over hot water. his sin, God thus promised the to their advertising facts and ideas
''If I. Add cereal and stir until blended. coming of the second Adam who carry
into homes. And they found it a most
; D 'Chocolate Crunch Pack into a pan lined with waxed was to redeem the race. We be-
in which tell their
to
I" paper. Allow to set until chocolate came members of the first Adam's profitable way storyto
Orange Cooler hardens, then cut into squares., family by natural birth-without the buyers. And the buyers in turn foundit

,III II. Send your summer refreshment queries privilege of 'choice. We become profitable to deal with those who were

,: Honey Chocolate Nut Cookies to Miss Lynn Chambers, Western News members of the family of the second willing to state in print the values and

,, I *Root Beer Flip paper Union, 210 South Desplaines Street Adam by a new: birth-a spiritual, services they offered.
Recipes Given Chicago, enclosing a stamped self-ad- supernatural rebirth. But the lat-
;; I ii1 dressed envelope for your reply. ter is "by our own choice! (I Cor.

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