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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 24, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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 13-NUMBER 36 CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, JULY 24, 1942 SUBSCRIPTION-S2.00 PER YEAR




II ;: Sugar Corporation Distributes $150,000 In Bonuses ,





I I '-' Progress Of Gillette Bill Second RAF Sports CI I I ,Payments to Employees Greatly I



II' Program Wednesday In Excess Of Former YearsFive

; ; Is Watched In 'Glades I ...
In the second sports program v -

I ; staged by the RAF cadets at Rid- More Houses Individual ''Participations

dle Field Wednesday afternoon, the

May Mean Opening Of i !i Red or advanced flight were the Run
Riddle Field Remains, v i I winners and carried off the gold r Sold During WeekSale To Maximum of

I
'- Synthetic cup to be held by them until some
rProduction
RAF Training SchoolA \ $300.00
other flight takes it away. It be- of "five more of the new

I comes the property of the flight houses erected hereby the Clew-

United Press story in this which can hold it for. four con- iston Builders have been sold during The United States Sugar Cor-

morning's tells of secutive times. the week according to reports poration, during the past three
papers an an-
Progress of the Gillette bill, nouncement, made simultaneouslyin The participants, ,which, included this morning. This leaves four, days, has distributed' checks totall-

passed by the U. S. Senate -'this Washington and London, ,that teams from the, four f1igh'tsand more of the houses not ,yet sold I ing in excess of $150,000 to their

week and said to be slated for RAF pilot training in the United also a staff team, wore sing- in the first block of twenty-five. I employees, the bonus for the past

" approval by the House, is being States is to be greatly curtailed 'lets, shorts and gym shoes and the House No. 10 was sold to Do-j crop year, it was announced this

;.- followed anxiously by Florida because of the rapid expansion .of red, yellow and green flight wore nald ,C. Day, an instructor at Rid-i morning by Jay W. Moran, executive

'I .' farmers who would be given an the U. S. air training program. colors of their flight with the blue die Field who will occupy the home vice-president of the corporation.

opportunity under the bill to aid in flight wearing white colors and the with two brothers, also employed' Mr.* Moran said that some individual -
Limited training will continue 'I
the nation's synthetic rubber pro- staff khaki. I at Riddle Field and a younger) \ participations had run as
r however, at five of the seven train-
, gram. brother who will remain at home. high as $300 and checks were se'ntto
ing schools now operated by civil;
I The Gillette bill 'would set up a House No. 12 has been sold tol! all employees except the supervisory -
ians in direct contract with the I
separate federal agency to pro- RAF and these five include Riddle- RAF CADET KILLED I Philip R. Coon, James L. Cousins, employees or key men

duce synthetic rubber from farm McKay Aero College here. The John T. Cockrill and Robert M. who received their bonuses in
; Johnston, all instructors at Riddle stock at the' President's' Dinner in
and forest products. The reportof
.... other four are at Terrell, Texas,
PLANE CRASH
IN Field. February. The individual
the Senate agricultural committee Ponca City and Miami, Oklahomaand I par
presented to the Senate on Mesa, Arizona. Two schools I House No. 24 has' been sold to ticipations in all instances were

Monday before passage of the bill, which have been under contract'' to THURSDAY NIGHTL. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton W. Ling- greatly in excess of any previous

pointed out that sorghums and the RAF will be taken over by the ham, Mr. Lingham being-" employed year.The

sweet potatoes provide'best sourcesof U. S. air force at Lancaster, here by the U. S. Geological factor used in calculatingthe

alcohol used in synthetic rubber Calif., and Sweetwater, Texas. r Survey. participation fund is the aver-

manufacture. The committee recommended The announcement said that the .. A, C. Richard. Baden Thorpe, House No. 15, will be occupied))I age price of raw sugar received by

that the federal government rapid expansion of the U. S. air 20, a member of the advanced by Mr. and Mrs., Lynn D. Yoder the corporation for the year. The

encourage- production of these force enables it to man the large flight training, class at Riddle! who will move here shortly from amount for distribution is determined -
in the south and grainsin by application of this factor
dry to
crops ; Moore Haven. Mr. Yoder is em-
number of planes previously allot Field, crashed to his death aroundten
i I
,, the north and west. : the aggregate payroll of those
ployed as a time-keeper at Miami
|! ted to the RAF. Meanwhile, ex o'clock Thursday night in the -
Everglades farmers have long i pansion of British training ca- prairie about three miles northeast Locks by the United States) employees participating. Individual
' been awaiting Washington Sugar Corporation. participation is based on the sal-
ap- pacity will enable British training of the ,village of Venus. He would I
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proval for the project under which I r House No. 19 has been ary of such individual and the
schools to absorb 'British cadets his
have completed training coursein purchas-\\
they have offered to grow crops ed by Mr. and Mrs. length of service with the corpora-
who otherwise would have
been about two weeks and it is understood tion.
that would supply about 10 percent trained in this country.As that he was making _his Weeks of Moore Haven, Mr. Weeks I It is required that employeeswork
of the nation's synthetic rubber -, being employed as Link instructorat throughout the year or that
current classes of RAF ca- last night training flight when the
seasonal employees remain
throughout
needs. The project originated Riddle Field. ([ -
dets finish their training at the tragedy occurred.
by the U. S. Sugar Corporation, Two .of the unsold houses are the harvest season, after they
various U. _S. Army air force schools Thorpe was the second of a are employed. ,
.' calls for the of
': planting 100,000 on Pasadena Street and two on
their places will be taken by of advanced students takingoff
group
acres of sugar cane, sweet potatoes Osceola. In a letter to each employee

and peanuts, half the acreage to be|l r American cadets. This will apply from the field, on a routine Construction of the other block which accompanied the bonus
at Carlstrom and Dorr Fields at
'I flight that evening The pilot of
; supplied, by the sugar company and of check, Mr. Moran wrote as follows -
homes
Arcadia, also operated the twenty-five is proceeding -
by skirted small
the first plane a I
half farm I
by independentglades ,
'. *. '"' ,Embrey-Riddle Company, which storm and 'reported' by radio to I rapidly in., the 'northwest section : ,-
ers 'r.,, ; ; .i: I of "Because thvery'real -and
town within
anil few
have been --a ,
giving primary trainingto
r the field. Thorpe also reportednear '
, ... I Clarence R. Bitting' president of I both American and RAF cadets. 'I Palmdale and then the field weeks these homes will also be even desperateneed "of our Coun-
,the corporation, has offered to lease I I available ,for purchase byworkers try the Corporation does not hesitate
lost contact. After a couple of
,the land for processing plants and on projects having 'a defense des- to urge that each employee
hours effort to contact him it was
' operate them at cost and without] Rain Tuesday Night ignation. invest just as much of his bonus as
'I generally agreed that he was lost
; ., profit, for the war period. The he possibly can 'in War Stampsor
1 and searching parties started out.
; $75,000,000 project would mean! Brings To An End War Bonds. Some companies
Hotel Periodical Gives
The plane was sighted, about eight
creation of a new agro-industrial have, this year, distributed bonus
o'clock Friday morning by planes /
economy for the, Everglades, with' Record Heat Wave funds in the form of War Stampsand
from the ,field who flew over Venus Splendid Writeup To
employment of 20,000 heads of War Bonds, but United States
i I and dropped a note which landedat
families and erection of a dozen! -- I Sugar Corporation has preferredthat
Stall's store asking that local The Clewiston Inn
industrial processing plants. j I Clewiston residents, as those of its employees be free in the
people come to the point where the
Indications are that Florida can nearly every other place in Flor use of this additional wage dis-
planes were circling over the -- '
show sufficient potential capacity ida sweltered through a record- tribution, trusting that their 'patriotism -
wrecked machine and report The Hotel Accountant, a trade
': for production of sorghums, including breaking heat wave the first of the Horwathand will spur them to do all
whether or not the pilot was liv- journal issued monthly by '
,': sugar cane and sweet potatoes week which it took a terrific I they can for their country.
I ing. Venus people at once wentto Horwath, public accountants,
i to insure location of one of thundershower
of
Tuesday afternoonto While considerable portion
a
, i the scene, and found the plane New York, in June featured an ar-
the synthetic rubber supply plants, end. the will be used
Inn. money probably
' demolished and with the fusilage ticle describing the Clewiston
I (Continued, on, Page 4) Even though the heat was very almost buried in the ground. At The story was accompanied by an for the purchase of stamps and

noticeable here,. Clewiston was one first they could not see the pilotin excellent picture of the Inn and bonds, there will also be a large
I
Only Two Rejections of the coolest places in the lake the wreckage\ and the planes an inset picture of Mrs. C.L.. part which will find its way into
the tills of business houses, of the
section with a maximum official overhead scoured the surrounding Downs, manager.

In The Last Group(; Of temperature Tuesday afternoon country on the lookout for a parachute -* The Inn has often played the lake area and give an impetus to

of 98 degrees and 96 degrees In a few minutes, however, role of attracting favorable business during the normally dull'

Draftees To ,Blandingr Monday afternoon. The they located the pilot's mangled tion to Clewiston and the atten-I summer months.

highest maximum corded in the body driven forward in the cock- the Hotel Accountant serves

Lake area officially' was 101 de- pit of the plane. purpose splendidly. It Daily Vacation Bible

r to information received grees at Canal Point and Moore Official cause of the accident, as "Down in the heart of the Flor- I .....

by the local office of the selec Haven and South Bay registeredan determined by: the special investigation ida, Everglades a traveler, after I School Next Week

tive service board yesterday, all even 100 degrees. Monday night' has not as yet been made passing through miles of flat, fer-

but two of the draftees sent by was also unusually warm but the public but it is generally believed tile mucklands comes to. the town. -,

the board to Camp Blanding for temperature dropped here to a (Continued on page 8)) of Clewiston, which is the home of The Daily Vacation Bible Schoolto

induction last week were accepted I minimum of_ 69 degrees, cool the United States Sugar Corpora- be conducted every morningnext

with one not yet heard from. enough, to be very comfortable. Not Plans Underway For tion, this being the largest sugarcane week, Monday through ;Friday -

One of the rejections was Burton so fortunate ,were other sections, district in the country. And at the Community Church, will

p WfiGrar Hundertmark_____00 onnO n ,who is I the U. S. Sugar Corporation ther-I District Scout there he finds, to his delight, a have classes for all children from

expected to return very shortly and mometer registering a minimum of I Camp! gem of an inn. ages four to fourteen. A program

continue with his job here. The 75 degrees at South Shore and the Built of stone in an adaptationof of Bible study, singing, games,

other rejection was Edward Mer- (Continued on Page 8)) Definite plans are now underwayfor English colonial style, it blends I I handcraft and refreshments has

; ville Manley, formerly of Clewis- \ a district Boy Scout camp I in charmingly with the semi- been arranged and will be in

ton, who had been transferred to RAF Dance Marks which will be held the first two tropical setting of palms, tall shade! charge of trained leaders. Classes -

Chicago. Still in doubt is Wood- weks of August at the Paradise trees and brilliant flowers, and its will begin at' 9 and close at

row Wilson .Hathcock of Clewiston. Field AnniversaryDespite picnic grounds on Fisheating Creek. i rectangular shape insures ventilation 11:30 each morning. All boys and

Those accepted and who are Several sites were inspected and and coolness. At the rear, girls of Clewiston' are invited to

, now spending ten day furloughs at this one finally picked. While it I making the fourth side of a squad- attend.

1; their homes following their induction the unusual heat is probable that there will not" be I,. rangle, is a row of trim apart- Those who will be leaders of the
a
I are: Charles Lee Roberts, :AlFred crowd of more than three hundred, enough time to do much work on ments, and the courtyard thus school are Mrs. John N. Mont-

" Elmo Bellamy, Lawrence En- including forty girls sent by the the site before the time for the (Continued on Page 8) gomery, beginners; Mrs. W. J.

l, loe, Charles Brewer, Sinclair E. West Palm Beach USO as dancing camp it will be improved and made Arey, primary; Mrs. 'Hub Spooner,

Knight and Joseph A. Duncan of] partners, enjoyed the dance at the into a permanent camp site. A Conducts Clinic At juniors; J. N. Montgomery :will

Clewiston Samuel Langford, Malcolm Sugarland Park Auditorium in well has already' been driven there assist with- intermediates; Dan

McQueen, Matthew Crawford -' Clewiston Saturday night which and a sample of. water sent to state Harlem TuesdayCapt. Padgett will be in charge of boys'

and Leo Fussell of LaBelle, marked the first anniversary of the laboratories for testing. handcraft; Mrs, W. E. Dilley will

Prank Lanius and Arthur 'Burke, founding of Riddle Field. I Oliver Martinez of Clewiston has direct the recreation. Mrs., H. R.

transferred here recently and been appointed by Sunnyland Coun- Roger S. Sondig, army Hall is registrar, Mrs. E. W. Durst

Charles Lawson who had been I There were approximately a cil in charge of the water-front and medical corps doctor, now health will be in charge of refreshments.Mrs. .

transferred from Clewiston to hundred of the RAF cadets attend- he, with five other Scouts will act officer of the. Glades-Highlands F. E. Conkling and Mrs. W.

Tampa. ing and the remainder of the crowd as lifeguards during the swimming Unit, was here Tuesday to con- H. Lanier are 'assistants and Marion
was made of Riddle Field !I
up per- hour, two of the guards will be duct a clinic in Harlem for syphillis Yoder is pianist.
sonnel, their wives,
t NAVY PLANE DOWX husband and stationed in a boat above the I r and will begin the series of treat- Closing exercises of the Bible,
dates and others from Clew
many swimming area and two in 'a boat s i ments next Friday. More than School will take place at a Chil-
iston, Moore Haven and other
A Navy training plane from Mi- lake above at all times during the swim-. 500 were examined Tuesday, Doc- dren's Day service Sunday, August

ami landed Sunday afternoon near communities. ming period. An area will be ropedoff tor Sondig being assisted by Miss 2,,' when the children will have

Riddle Field when the pilot Music was furnished by the Mor-' for non-swimmers. Joyce Ely, health unit nurse from complete charge of the service.

thought he was out of gasoline. rison Field Air Corps band, one of The camp site is owned by Moore Haven. *

After landing, however he found the most popular 'dance bands ever Lykes Bros., Inc., who gave their This clinic is in line with the doing their
Our fighting men are
enough fuel in his tanks ,to take to appear in the 'glades. The only consent more than a year ago to efforts of the U. S. Army and the share. Here at home the least we

off again and to come into Rid decorations were the Stars and its use for this purpose. State Board of Health to stamp incomein
of our
do is 100/0.
dle Field for refueling. The land Stripes, hung over'the stage and The camp will be more fully dis out syphillis in the state and it is can War Bonds put for our share in

ing and take-off were accomplished flanked by the Union Jack and the cussed at the district meeting in hoped that every case in this area

without Incident. official RAF flag. LaBelle on Tuesday night. can be treated during this clinic. America.rh .







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I Young Suitor Felt Sure I'

Gems of Thought '
The Idea Was Correct ,

WHO freely magnifieswhat

hath been nobly done, The young man had for some

and fears not to declare as free- 6 SYLVIA TAYLOR = months been calling on Helen.

ly what might be done better, f BEJ.U WMUtekase Then at last he came to see her

gives yet the best covenant of --- father. Without a tremor he asked

his fidelity.-John Milton. CHAPTER XIX enough of that in the last few "It's all settled!" he said. "Patis for the daughter's hand in mar-

Better trust all and be deceived months. From now on it's going to at a hotel. I just took her there riage, and hardly waiting for a

And weep that trust, and that deceiv- The other men stayed at the gate. be Mr. and Mrs. O'Malley." myself. She wants us to come down reply, added this announcement:

ing, Joan saw that they had pistols and The next week was the happiest right away to see her." It's a mere formality, I know,:

Than doubt one heart, that if b<% two machine guns. She and Sybil Joan'had ever known. Paul plannedto "Of course!. But where has she but we thought it would be pleasing'

lieved, climbed into the car, followed by take a month's vacation so they been, Paul?" to you if it were observed in the 1

Had blessed one's life with true be- Paul and Thomas."Won't would have plenty of time for a hon- "In jail," Paul said briefly. "Justas usual way." d

lieiing.-FANNY KEMBLEThe someone hear the car?" eymoon before they went back to I. suspected, when we disap- Helen's father stiffened and

Sybil asked. Washington for his new assignment. peared, Pat tried.to. go to the police glowered, then:

noblest mind the best "It won't matter. The place is They applied for their marriage li- but Mrs. ,Murdock got hold of' her "And may I inquire," he asked,

contentment has.-Spenser. surrounded," Paul told her. cense, and planned, to be marriedthe first. She held her in her apartment "who suggested to you that asking

The soul has this proof of its Joan was surprised to find that following Saturday. MeanwhileJoan and had her doing all kindsof my consent to my daughter's mar-

divinity: that divine things delight there were three planes instead of shopped for clothes and house- things; sending messages in her riage was a mere formality?"

it.-Seneca. one. Paul put the girls and Thomas hold objects which she could take to own handwriting and delivering "Yes," replied the young man

into one of them. her new home with her. She bought plans to other members of the spy "It was Helen's mother."

"Happy landing!" he called. "I'll monogrammed ,crystal ash trays, ring. When the police finally raided

be in San Francisco tomorrow glasses, luncheon sets, bath towels, the beauty shop, Pat was naturally "'"
night.." and an alabaster lamp. It was the involved. They've held both of themat Branded for CrimeThe

YNtNGS "You're not coming with us?" lamp that finally brought an inquiry headquarters awaiting my return. last man in the United

Joan cried in alarm. from Paul. And so their wedding day dawned I States to be branded with a red-

"My job here isn't done yet, he "What are we going to do with and without a flaw to mar their hot iron for a crime was Jonathan
.
reminded her.. "Don't worry, hon- all this stuff?" he asked. happiness. Walker, says Collier's. He had the

ey," he added as tears filled her "Sybil will send them after'we've It was a quiet ceremony at the initials S. S. (slave stealer) burned

t! fHARMONIOUS eyes. "We'll round up the whole found an apartment in Washington small church Joan and Sybil had into the palm of his right handat
it will all for
bunch" and be over ," Joan told him happily. "Dar- attended for years. Thomas was Pensacola, Territory of Florida,

good. He thrust some papers ling, you don't know how much fun there with Pat. Sybil held tightlyto in 1844, for having helped seven
Scot
hand. "Give these to
I into her He'll the air- it is to shop, especially for your own Scot Reynolds' hand. Joan worea slaves in an attempt to escape to
Reynolds. meet you at home! Women are funny about pale green wool dress and coat the Bahamas. i..

I port Good-by and darling take care!" of everything. things like that." with soft fur, collar. Incidentally, this episode inspired -
,
"We still haven't decided whereto As they took their marriage vows, Whittier's poem The Man
of them weak from
The three
were go for our honeymoon," he reminded peace filled Joan's heart-the peaceof With the Branded Hand.
and the reaction from tense
fatigue her. "Where shall it be? a woman who is sure of her
when reached San
they
anxiety Honolulu? New York? Or," he add- choice.
Francisco six hours later. At the
I ed smiling, "how about Mexico?" Her eyes were wet with tears as ,
met Scot DpublePurpos'eLaxative
airport they were by Rey-
j she glanced at Paul's face. He
Joan shuddered. "Never again,
nolds. Joan gave him the papers."I .
thank you! Let's make it Honolulu, was slipping the wedding ring on Gives
orders from O'Malley
have Mr. -
C darling!" her finger. She heard his voice,
-- said "I'll take
he pleasantly rather strong, yet so full of tenderness .
looking
beauty for bedroom Thomas to a hotel and you girls are, Sybil was happy More Satisfaction
"With this ring-I thee wed" .
'' herself these She had
j is offered in these to go back to your apartment." days. spent
) new designs. Graceful baskets He drove them there himself. every single evening since their return The little party returned to Paul'shotel .Don't be satisfied just to relieve your
: in the of Scot Rey- for an early supper. The ship present constipated condition. Meet
brown filled with colorful flowers "Imagine still having company
of our apart- was sailing at midnight. Joan's bags this problem more thoroughly by
are for pillow slips, dresser ment!" Sybil said as they went into nolds. 'toning up your intestinal system.
"You' know Joan I don't think had been brought to the hotel, filled For this Double-Purpose, use Dr.Hitchcock's .
t ,scarf and vanity set. Outline, lazy the familiar rooms. "Who: paid the ,
with clothes for the 'Everything
lovely trip All-Vegetable Laxative
I'll look for another
job.
daisy blanket stitch and French rent?
in readiness for their Powder-an Intestinal Tonic Laxa-
knots are the simple stitches Joan remembered Pat. "Paul's "But Syb! What will you live on?"' was 'tive. It not only acts gently and

required for the motifs. sister was living with me. She prob- Joan asked in surprise."Of departure.But thoroughly but tones lazy bowel
'* ably took care of it. I wonder course, we've known each oth- as they sat happily in the muscles giving more satisfaction.Dr. .

Pattern No. 29463, 15 cents, brings a where she is now." She ran into the er only a week," Sybil continued dining room Paul was summoned to Hitchcock's Laxative Powder
the distance Mr. helps relieve Dizzy Spells, Sour
"Long
usable-several-times transfer which In- telephone. ,
bedroom but none of Pat's clothes wouldn't
uncertainly. "And we wantto
Stomach Gas Headache and that
,
eludes of the motifs shown, together O'Malley! .
were there. be married dull sluggish feeling commonly referred "
right But
with directions. Send your order to: away. I "Hope it isn't bad news Scot
,
Too tired to think or even specu- have enough money to last a coupleof to as Biliousness, when caused
Reynolds said with a frown when by Constipation. Use only as di-
late, the girls undressed and wentto months and if we both feel the
AUNT MARTHA Paul had gone. rected. 15 doses for only lOco Large
Box:'166-W Kansas City, 1\10. bed. same way then ." Her blue eyes "Bad news?" But what could hap- family size 25c. Adv.
It was four in the afternoon when were shining and the bitter'look was
Enclose 15 cents for each pattern pen now?" Joan cried, distressed.Scot .
Joan awoke. She sat up in bed and gone from her face.
(. desired. Pattern No............... yawned luxuriously. How good it smiled. "When you're in our The Book
Thomas was happier too. Paul had
Name................................ was to be home. To go into the lit- found a job for him and though the line of work you never" know what is There is but one book; bring me
going to turn up. the Bible.-Walter Scott.
Address............................... tle kitchen and ,prepare coffee. To salary was not large he could man- When Paul returned, Joan knew
see Sybil's blonde head on its usual age well enough and, most impor- that something had happened. His
place on the pillow. And tonight tant of all he free from the
was brown ,eyes were troubled as he D Soothe and cool away heat
Paul would come! tyranny of Karl Miller. said "Honey I'm terribly p EAT'rash and help prevent it- -",
FOR BETTER GROOMED HAIR It was a real thrill to discard the sorry THE dust all with Mexican
over
,There "
was only one unsolved -
problem this had to happen .
MOROLINEIOt black wool dress she had worn ever it f Heat Powder-use after
the whereabouts (SA
since-'the night Karl surprised her of, Paul's sis "Oh Paul! What is it? your bath. Costa little.
ter. Paul had
refused to discuss
[ ( !;*/* I R TOIMI( 25.] and Paul in the beauty shop's secret Paul and Scot exchanged glances.
Patricia'with Joan
saying, "I don'twant "Orders from Washington. special -
room-to put on a soft ,gray crepe to talk about it, honey! When assignment. My vacation, is As We Think

Seek Ore in Darkness with matching turban-to take a things are straightened out I'll tell cancelled." There is nothing either good or

Scheelite, the chief tungsten ore taxi to the nearest beauty shop-to you." The others looked at them in sym- bad, but thinking makes it so.
have her hair set in fresh
in the United States, is often to have her shining "I, shouldn't have asked," she pathetic silence. For a moment
waves fingernails -
''searched for in pitch darkness with back into said, kissing him. _"Did you get the Joan thought she would cry, then
shaped brightly polished FOR QUICK RELIEF
the aid of a portable ultraviolet tickets for the boat?" seeing Paul's distress, she lifted her
ovals. She had a facial too delight-
(light. When thrown on the ore, ing in the efficient massage, that "All set!" Paul said, but she -fan chin and smiled. "It doesn't, mat :ICt

:this black light causes it to glow made her skin glow.It cied there was a worried note in ter, darling!"
:with a distinct fluorescence. his voice. She knew that he would He took her hand. "I don't haveto A Soothing S A LV E
was, seven-thirty when she
got not want to leave' San Francisco be in Washington until Monday ANTISEPTICUsed

back to the apartment. with the problem of Pat unsettled, night. We'll fly. At'least we'll have by thousands with satisfactory tew
"You look like a new woman," suits for 40 years-six valuable ingredients
Acid yet she dared'not inquire further. this week end." Get Carboil at drug stores or write
commented."I .
Indigestion Sybil She lifted happy confident to Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tenn.
Joan continued to think of it, how- eyes .
see you'vebeen at it too, Joan
What many Doctors do for it replied with a smile, noticing that ever, and that night she decided to his. "We'll have the rest of our

When heartburn excess doctors stomach prescribe add causes the gas.fastest-acting soar stomachor each of Sybil's blonde curls was in ask him, but when he arrived at the lives, darling!" Youthful Soul
medicines known for symtomatic relief-medicines apartment she knew from his expression "The rest of our lives, Paul repeated The soul never grows old-
like those in Bell-ans Tablets No laxativo. If your its proper place and that a fresh '
very first trial doesn't prove Bcll-ans better,return that he had brought good kissing her tenderly. Longfellow. -
coat of polish covered her
bottle to us and get double your money; back, 2Sc: rosy long
nails. "I hope you didn't go to the news. I [THE END]

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Ritz.
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Always Cheerful "It's closed Sybil said. "I
went
-
The highest wisdom is continual by there. That proves that they Entire Panama Canal Plan Changed by Wh9 :

!.::.- cheerfulness; such a state, like the'i' must have caught up with Mrs. Mur- h aches and pains r

""'.. region above the moon, is always dock. By the way, Scot Reynoldswas Postage Stamp Showing Crater's Smoke RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO .

clear and serene.-Montaigne. here. He's going to take us all ,

out to dinner. Wants us to meet Stamps have played many important After several months the plan of

him downtown and afterward we'll roles in the pageant of civi- building across Nicaragua seemedto

AWAY GO CORIIS go to the airport. Paul's plane is lization; one stamp nearly causeda be the 'logical one, and prep-

Pain goes (quick corns due at nine-thirty." war; another saved the life of an arations were begun. The plans

speedily removed when They smiled at each other affec- American explorer in the depths of followed the lakes and rivers already -
.
you cushioning use thin Dr.eoothinp Scholl W tionately and after a moment Sybil the Liberian jungles; still a third in existence 'there, from At- r

Zino-pads. Try them said, "Do you believe in love at first' was responsible for the dischargeof lantic to Pacific. Estimates were

sight?" a postmaster general. Even the submitted for approval; plans had Large Bottletrrah'truji1z0-SmafSize) 60c '
11/T1ff.( AT All GOOD DRUG STORES or BY Hill ca receipt el'pnci
"Why, Syb! What are you talking decision to build a canal through been drawn up, men were ready to DRUG CO., inc.
MCNEIL
about? You don't mean Thomas?" Panama instead of Nicaragua may go to Central' America and begin 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville, Florida

"Of course not. It's Scot Rey- be attributed to a single postage 'work.

In Step nolds, Paul's friend." stamp, asserts a writer in the New The dramatic alteration in this .

We join ourselves to no party Joan remembered his laughingblue York WorldTelegram.For project came in Washington when W

that does not carry the flag and eyes and crisp blond hair. years the shipping industrywas one of the consulting engineers of

keep step to the music of the !' "I think he. likes me too," Sybil hampered by the long route the commission received a packageof

,, Union.-Choate. continued selfconsciously.Dinner from the Atlantic to the Pacific. charts from his survey crew in BUREAU OfSTANDARDS

was a happy occasion. Yankee clippers and British sloops Nicaragua. The contents of the

Even Thomas seemed gay and care- raced around the "Horn" for the package was only routine matter,

free, and Joan, carefully scrutinizing prestige in the tea trade from China. but the postage stamp affixed to it

Scot Reynolds, noticed that his During the gold rush days in the struck his attention.The I

"( eyes were fastened upon Sybil.It West ships rushed to Central Amer- B"o
1 picture of Momotombo was
OR
"Cep crush'Applicator was just nine-thirty when they ica and passengers and cargo were familiar enough to this engineer and A BUSINESS
makes"BL0.CK reached the airport. Paul's sent the land by train or which wantsto
;. JUST A LFAf 40" plane, across he recognized the mountain imme- organization
t GASH IN FEATHERS.. GODUCHFAATNER right on schedule, was landing. Joan carriage and then on to San Fran- diately. His interest was aroused, get the most for the
broke away from the little groupto cisco by another boat. The cuttingof
however, when he saw that the engraver standardsby
the field canal the isthmus money sets up
run across flying just as a through
of that stamp showed smoke
Paul appeared. seemed inevitable, even though trop- which to judge whatis
drifting from the crater of this peak,
ical diseases and fever crippled several which had been considered an extinct offered to it, just as in

:: SelfImposedStandards "Oh darling!" Joan cried, ourymg attempts to link ocean to ocean. volcano.A the
Washington government
her head against the warmth of The rusty machinery of De Les- I
Paul's overcoat. "Are you all seps lay discarded in the swamps of survey party was sent to the maintains a Bureau ,

< right?" Panama. The British attempt was interior to learn whether the en- of Standards.

"Of course I am'honey!" abandoned; and yet the world need- graver had made a mistake. Not ..

"Where's Karl?" she asked, look- ed a waterway across Central Amer- long afterward word ,was receivedat You can have your own

When a manufacturer, or, mer- ing around. ica. headquarters that the volcanowas Bureau of Standards, too.
;.. "All the prisoners are in the other Eventually the United States not extinct but had again coma
,' chant advertises, he sets self- appropriated Just consult the advertising
to life
plane. a fund to scrutinize the ; that smoke was rising from
'
''; ;.. imposed standards upon himself, "Tell me about it. Did you get possibility of a canal. A commission the crater. columns' of your news-

', : which he must live up to if he all of them?" made surveys and submitted paper. They safeguardyour

would remain in business. He has "Everyone," Paul said with satisfaction reports on the feasibility of such a Search for Fountain of Youth purchasing power

"That's one spy ring that project. For months they worked Hernando de Sota made its his -
': definite obligations to live up to will'never operate again. But let's in the field, examining the features toric search for the fountain ol every day of every year.

and he does not talk about it, dear. We've bad k-
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your golf game?"

i 9 PETER ooNr.6Er Portrait of a Newspaper "Yes, but for the better. I playit
now without losing a ball, andI
i ANY MEAT Reader Mumbling to Himself: canwalk_ around the 18 holes
B. r Get the editorial writers and "
R02 DINNER. sore without losing my temper.
PEEVE they perform at their sockiest. They
3fM60lN'FI5HINM/ hit glory on their pieces on the Nazi And How He Did!

I I inhumanities at Lidice. Now they "A burglar broke into our home last

I show their teeth again, hoorayingPres. night."

Roosevelt for naming a mili- "Did he get anything?"

tary board to try the eight Nazi "Yes; my wife thought it was me

saboteurs Hitler will let out coming home late"Old
'
his customary howl about our uncivilized Ezra says temperament is

, methods, but how can he just a fancy name for plain cuss
expect us to hear him? He lost his edness. '

.... right to squawk at Lidice Any-
I N l lI what did his for COLLECTING
, : w way, chumps hope
I I If in case they got caught with trunks
full of explosives and bribe money?

I A scolding? I II Iv -

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f (WNU Service) Another thing-how did the Reich

act when a bomb went off undera

I Munich rostrum a few minutes -

r-' A COUPLE OF after Hitler minced off it? The Ges- Rr

1 > PORK CLOPS tapo lured two Britishers over the

border to pin it on them. No crime I r r };
w.-
? the
was ever proved against pris-
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: : UJJ -"A penny for your thoughts:'
/ give Hitler a cue for another tan- "
"What do ?
trum Most of our senators and you mean
"There's a cent due on this re
congressmen in Washington are turned letter."
honest men. Good Americans, reli-

able ,citizens. The few legislatorswho
Fair Offer
area busy their critics
calling
",
"Doctor let's compromise. .
,
"" Kpw/ smear artists have good cause to ,
what?
"Compromise
on
I ,worry Election isn't far off, and
"On that bill of I'll
yours. pay
their critics are giving them insom- '
for medicine and return
nia These worried congressmen visits.your" your

call their exposersCommunists -

Hmf! Their most
He Pushes It .
,
persistent critics are Raymond Clap-
The taxi was a very ancient one and
Time magazine the conserva-
per had taken a long time to reach its desti
tive N. Y. Times and the arch ,,Re- nation.As .

JJIRI j publican N. Y. Herald Tribune. the passenger paid his fare he re- -

And 95 per cent of the newspapersin marked:

America What some con- "How do you manage when your fareis
gressmen call Communistic propa- in a desperate hurry?"

ganda is actually their voting rec- "Ah," said the driver, confidentially,

ords and speeches from the Cong. "I keeps on changin' me gears and -
I CANT STAND THE Record. honkin' me hooter."
NISEI /'
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Admirals be admirable but
1 Fy.Th Once a ball player gets into the may ,
that isn't where the word comes
big sugar he gets unpopular in the
I from. It comes from an old Arabic
press boxes. Ruth used to take
I word "amir-al" meaning "com-
rides''when he bickered for a heavier -
J "
'MA I mander of. That's what the Ad-
DiMaggio assailed
was.
wage.
miral is, the top-ranking officer in
also for trying to do better. The
the Navy. Top-ranking cigarettewith
latest patsy is the Red Sox star,
our Navy men is Camel-the
Ted Williams He got fed up
favorite, too, with men in the
with the hoots of the bleacherites and
T\ Army, Marinesr: d Coast Guard, .
let them know .t. For just losinghis
,. according to actual sales records
temper he was practically out- from their service stores. Camelsare
lawed shouldn't he blow
Why
their too.
favorite gift, Local
T up? Others do, and nobody considers dealers are featuring Camel car-

them criminals Actors in
tons to send anywhere to any
night clubs carry on steady war- member of our armed forces. To-

E fare with} the crude ad libbers, but day is a good time to send "him"a
they get cheers when they fight back carton of Camels.-Adv.

Maybe baseball wouldn't be

9 R WHY DOH'T"YOU T3ew l SMATTER, such a dull business if they let a

MAKE. 6X30 pOP few more tempers loose. There are
AHO15EAH -
\ HIT THAT RHEUMATIC PAIN
DROWN OUT ( too many coppers running the game

1 OUR HO15E.WE'VE ,', f, Football coaches get all heatedup
o RIGHT WHERE IT HURTSAnd
telling their players to go out and

P V fight. In baseball, apparently, the look at the Silver Liningin

athletes are instructed to go out those Clouds of Pain
-,: there and'remember the customer is
'1 ..' always right. Not over at this desk! The big idea is that you want to feel
0 better. When pain eases, your mind
eases. You get rest that means deliver
Hollywoodites' are going into the ance. So use something that gets at the
army and navy just like other pain. C-2223 brings you painrelievinghelp.
P Americans. Remember all the blah- Now you will feel as good as

blah in congress when it was said others who enjoyed its help. Don't put

By ,t- lid r the actors would rate deferment? it off. Get C-2223 now. 6oc, $i every-

/ Movietown was recently criti- where. Use only as directed. Purchase
C. M. Payne i r' hU cized for making films about the price refunded if you are not satisfied.

/ war. Now Variety complains be-

,iWNUf cause they don't make enough war

r films. Ho, humph c The dimout TRY THIS II rlJ'r "

doesn't mean much to New Yorkers, DIS
II II tf iD
but it robs the visitors of the thrillof IF YOU'REon

seeing the Incandescent Belt at "certain days"of month -

its gaudiest The White Way
If functional monthly disturbances
GOT TO KEEP
// : was Broadway's trademark, and the make you nervous, restless, high-
OUR HEADS *I -1 first peep at it always left the looker strung, cranky, blue, at such times

p S MORNING gasping Best comment of all -try Lydla E.Pinkham's Vegetable
. ,Compound-famous for over 60
: on the sight was offered by G. K. years-to help relieve such pain
Chesterton, as A. Woollcott once re and nervous feelings of women's
ported. Chesterton stared and mar- "difficult days"
Taken regularly Pinkham's
veled, then said: "What a thrill Compound helps build up resist-
0 this must be for anybody who can't ance against such annoying symp-
read!" toms. Follow label directions. Well
worth trying i
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Man About Town:

P. This is the way Harry Hopkins WNU-7 29-42
proposed to lovely Louise Macy .'
The night before Mr. Churchill returned -

to London Louise went to

the home of Mrs. Averell Harrimanto

A{'i: jyI'D dress for dinner, where Mr. Hop-
:t- kins called for her As they

were having a cocktail (prior to And Your Strength and

leaving for the White House) Mr. ,Energy Is Below ParIt

YESl FEEL MORECOMFORTABLE II. (a' shy sortuvachap) asked Miss may be caused by disorder of Idd-

IP Macy to marry him in this man- ney waste function to accumulate.that permits For truly poisonous many

ner: "I was just talking to the people feel tired, weak and miserable
SOMEBODY tL5E when the kidneys tail to remove excess
President and I asked him whetherhe acids and other waste matter from the

At! HAD MING thought you would, say 'yes'ifI blood backache
You suffer nagging
asked you to marry, me-and the rheumatic may pains, headaches, dizziness,
;,, President said he thought you getting up nights leg pains, swelling.
f Sometimes frequent and scanty urination -
would" Her answer belongs in with smarting and burning Is an-
the history books "As usual," other sign that something Is wrong with
the kidneys or bladder.
By she said, "the President is right." There should bo no doubt that prompt
treatment Is wiser than neglect. Uso
Doan't Pills. It Is better to rely on a
' J. Millar Watt New Yorkers Are Talking About: medicine that has won countrywide approval -
I I than on something less favorablyknown.
Fred Allen's blood
high ,
I I pressure .Doan't have been tried and test -
I which sent him hurrying to Mayo ed many years. Are at all drug stores.

l ..l.f 9 : r, aYl Brothers at Rochester, Minn. Got Doan't today.
Lindbergh's definite threat to an-

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THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 24, 194S
PAGE FOUR

:":":":":":":":":":":":":":":":.-.....................................:."e.................................A........................-.............................................. I thrQugh thier homes from roof to in the state. Crops would be t t

The Clewiston News 1" :.I: cellar looking for fire hazards, planted In :the coming fall months

: we'd substantially reduce this and reach maturity f
by next spring. .
.. TOO LATE TO :: loss. f
country's disgraceful fire -Industrial Florida's winter
.. .s. '- growing season, t.
Published Florida, by every the Friday CLEWISTON in Clewiston NEWS, {. .s. News Review.. it was pointed out, would provide i

Inc. ..s.. o' means for maturing crops by the r
...s'.s CLASSIFY =t: Naval Reserve Has time the factories could be built y' .
and
BOWDEX. Editor equipped.
KEATJIL.EY
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PaintersPainters
:. 's' Opening for

Entered as second class mail matter :: New Gas RationingIs
February 1, 1927 at the Pest Office In 's'.s. By RUSSELL KAY _
of '.' I
under the Act
Florida .
Clewiston .. may now wield their
March 3, 1897.Subscription ..s:,. Secretary Florida Press Association- :;: brushes in the fight against the Now In Effect


-Rate $2.00 Per Year. ..:-;...;-..-;.................._...'..._-..-.'.-_'.N.NNN. N n.-.._-_..-...........-....n.n.-.-.................................................-.'...............IN.. !NN. N HN, MNN-..s.1 Axis.The State Navy Recruiting Ser- The new gas-ration setup went .... .,

Advertising flute" On Application. I am indebted to Buster Willis, have athlete's foot. If you have a I vice at Jacksonville said today that 1 into effect Wednesday morningand -

formerly with the Belle Glade cold you get your feet swabbed ratings are open for voluntary enlistment motorists who held "B" or

News, now''' a member of Uncle with iodine. If you have athlete's either in the Seabees, "X" cards or
Devoted to the advancement and wel- I any type card pos-
fare of Clewiston and Hendry County. Sam's army stationed at Camp foot you get your throat swabbed I construction battalions' or the Na- sessed only that much worthless
Clairborne, for the following with iodine. And no matter what val Reserve. ,paper.

humorous manuscript. Buster you have, you get castor oil and a Ages for enlistment are from I At present the "A" coupons have

doesn't claim authorship but states few miscellaneous vaccinations. 17-50. Applicants .must furnish a value of 4 'gallons each. "B"

:5'. ELORIaAPR6SSASSOCIA11ON1VAIlQVAL MEMBER \A the letter was actually written bya I am very popular at the in- three letters of recommendations.They and "C" coupons have same valueas

1 f EDITORIAL; \] 6 soldier. Here it is: firmary.' I told them that I had may file their applicationswith the "A" These are for \ pas-

1941 Dear Buster: both a cold and athlete's foot. Navy recruiters in Miami, senger car use. .

I am very enthusiastic about What I've really got is gastric Tampa, St. Peterstarg, Jacksonville Coupons in the '"S-l" and "S-2" "'--

army life. We lie around in bed ulcers, but a guy soon learns to. ,. Orlando, Gainesville, Tallahassee book for trucks have a value of 5 -

The record heat wave appears to 'every morning until about 5 o'.- keep his mouth shut in the army. Daytona Beach or .Lakeland. gallons each. "E" and "R" cou-

be broken and we rather enjoyed clock. This of course gives us One guy made the mistake of in- pons are for 1* and 5 gallons each

hearing the crash. plenty of time to, get washed, etc., sisting that he didn't have either a Government Loans for non highway use.

by 5:10. By 5:15 we stand out- cold or athlete's foot and they

The Gillette bill, just passed by side and shiver a while until some- promptly sent the poor dumb cluckto ;
Available To Students State And Federal "
the Senate, again raises hopes that one blows the bugle. After we are the guard house for impersonating -

the Everglades may get to participate reasonably chilled, we grope our I an officer. '

in the synthetic rubber way ,through the darkness to the Every few days you get' an aft Regulations- Clash <
Prospective college students of' .
program. I mess hall. Here we have plenty of ernoon off and go' to town where I
LaBelle and the rest of Hendry ,.,
breakfast consisting of an unidentified you all mill up and down the main
1 County may benefit through the recent TALLAHASSEE, July 22 -
Those smiles worn by office employees -I liquid and a choice of whiteor stem and push each other off the
toI I appropriation by Congress of (FNS-State and federal govern-
of U. S. S. Corporation rye crusts. side walk} Or if you happen I'
$5,000,000 for loans to students of mental regulations clashed last
weren't entirely caused by the I After gorging ourselves with this prefer the great open spaces, you certain technical and professional week when certain Florida filling-
comforts of air conditioning which can go for .a walk in the moun-
waddle I
delicious repast, we our
courses which can be completed station operators ,refused to allow
have enjoyed while the rest tains where can chase butter-
they We you
back the barracks. have
way: to within two years, it was announcedthis state gasoline inspectors to draw-
of us were sweltering. The bonus nothing to do until 7:30 so we I flies and pick wild flowers. week from the office of Presi- off ,a quart of gasoline for testing-
also this week, _bigger Well I that's about all for I
was paid just sit around and scrub latrines, guess dent Ludd M. Spivey of Florida unless they produced a' federalration
and better than ever. now but I just wanted you to I r
wash windows
floors, and pickup '
mop Southern College in Lakeland."In card
. cigarette butts and I know that I was makin' out all I I
H N.N NH:.':M N N:..:H N:N H:N N:..:N :N:M M:..:N 1.: all the I extending a helping hand to I Leon Henderson has advised
match sticks within a radius of right and I hope you're the same.
students whose training may be of filling station operators in no 'uncertain -
Love .and Kisses,
barracks.
150 feet of our
value in the nation's war effort," terms that they will be

RAMBLINGS Soon the Sergeant comes in and JERRY. I Dr. Spivey said, "the governmentis prosecuted to-the full extent of the
says: : "Come out in the sun, kid-
By B. B. recognizing further the importanc law if caught giving anyone a dropof
... out in wonderful
the -
dies, so we go
$ of helping to provide-in gasoline without a ration card.
::,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:,,:":":":":":":":":":":":" :":'<1":":":.:..:. sunshine and bask while we IS YOUR HOME. SAFE? Democracy's intelligent and practicable Commissioner Mayo, who heads
stand six inches in mud. To lim- --- -
way-for meeting America's the inspection service, said it was
be the
Temperature seems to one ber do few simple calis Is your home relatively safe
up we a
urgent need for thousands of col "petty on its face" because only a.
records that
weather
portion of our thenics like touching your toes from fire? Or is it alive with
lege-trained technicians and professional gallon is needed each year for inspection
aid comfort to
does not give or with both feet off the ground, or hazards? "
men. which would not deplete a
the enemy and figures are there- grabbing yourself by the hair and Think twice before answering I
Flor- Under terms of the Federal Security i 500 gallon tank in 500 years.
fore quotable by newspapers. holding yourself at arms length.At those questions. "For most homes -
this week did Agency appropriation act Filling station men contend that
ida temperatures 8 o'clock we put on our light contain definite and critical fire
not give aid or comfort to Flor- pack and's.tart. walking to the dangers which their owners never passed June 30, loans will be madeto they are justified .in demanding an

Mans either;' it -seems, however, mountains. The light pack is not think about. A survey made in students "in such numbers as order from Henderson, to be on the
not aloneIn our the chairman of the War Manpower safe side. Mayo has appealed to
thatwe were to be confused with the heavy Milwaukee testifies to. that. A
misery; the nation was united in a pack. The light pack includes a (large number of home-owners were Commission shall determine.. the state ration administrator for
If it's ,.consolation Students accepting the loans must authority to withdraw gas for in-
heat ,
wave. any gun, bayonet, canteen, mess kit, asked if their homes were safe and
we'll repeat the statement that the I coat cartridge belt, first aid kit, the great bulk of them said, Yes. maintain satisfactory standards of spection. -

weather was "unusual." As a pup tent, stakes, tent pole, ropes Then the homes were inspected by scholarship, must agree to accele-
matter of weather bureau reportsthe and in the rate their program oC'study, and Wasted Is wasted
and a few other odds and ends. The experts, great majority, money
heat .this!:!. week actually broke heavy pack has a blanket or two serious, obvious and easilyeliminated must agree to engage for the du- lives. Don't waste precious

records in Florida.. Beginning hazards ration "in such employment or ser- lives. ,Every dollar ,you can "
in it, pick and shovel, gas mask, a were unearthed. ,
Wednesday night, ''however, things change of underwear and\a two- Basements, ''attics, and closetsare vice as may be assigned by offic'ers t 'spare should be 'used to buy I

have been considerably better; way radio. prolific with fire hazards.. Old or agencies" as designated by War Bonds. Buy your ten

nights have been comfortable, and the Manpower chairman. per cent every pay day.
Carrying pack I weigh 237 clothing, furniture, piles of discarded -
all in all we are back in our us- my Fred J. Kelly, chief of the
Without it I'm newspapers and magazinesand '
pounds. a puny
ual Florida summers. agency's division of 'higher educa-
147. So how similar rubbish are responsiblefor SUBSCRIPTION PAID?
can IS YOUR
you see easy
Those sharp claps of thunder tion, has advised Dr. Spivey from
fire damage running into the
and agreeable it is to and
and vivid flashes of lightning romp Washington that loans up to the
tens of millions each Go
play in the mountains. After year.
heralded the rains that broke the a value of tuition and fees plus $25 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
week in the ai.my I. began to un- through every storage place, cleanit
heat wave, locally. Also they per month may be made under the
junkman
derstand :why pack burros alwa"slook' out and call the or Monday, August 3, 1942, at 4:00: h
managed to concentr on a cou- sad. your favorite.charity.. act, provided that no loan shall exceed P. M. United States Eastern WarTime
ple of trees and scat ered bark and so $500 per student per 12- is fixed as the date and time
One observation car follows us Garages and workshops consti- when, and the City Hall in the 'City-
limbs all about the lawn month
over over tute still another great potential period. of Clewiston is designated as the
make
into the
as our
at L. J. Tape's. Fortunately that's we merry way Students accepting the. loans place where the City Commissionshall
mountains and kindly attendants danger. Paint, varnish, solvents, hold a public meeting for the
all the damage that was done.. must 'give notes payable to the
acting
eagerly await the opportunity lo cleaning fluids and other inflammable purpose of consideringand
Treasurer of the United States upon the assessment roll, of actingas
care for those 'of us who faint and liquids should be stored in a Board of Equalization, of hear-
Despite the heat there with interest at 2percent
was a per
fallby the wayside. Jumping from -tightly-closed containers-and kept ing complaints and receiving testimony .,
grand crowd attending the RAF annum. as'to the value of any prop-
their jeepthey grab by the well away from furnaces and heat- real by-the \
dance at the Sugarland Auditor- I you erty, or
-- perfecting
leg or arm and drag you to within ers. A neat, clean garage is always Tax Assessor, and review-
ium Saturday evening. It was a ing and equalizing the 1942 tax as-
scorcher, too, so the of throwing distance of the car safer than a dirty, littered Progress OfContinued sessment.
presence Look around today. This notice dated this 7th. day of
where willing hands catch in garage. yours
.
j such a grand crowd attests to our you July, 1942. .
feeling for these British lads. Saturday I midair and toss you in the back. Many- a serious fire has been I MALCOLM W. BIGG,
! seat. started from shorts caused by fray- ( from Page 1) Clerk, City Commission
I was the first anniversary of I City of Clewiston..
f r Riddle Field. It is less than a I Boys who fall out in- a marchare ed lamp cords--or. electric ,which the government would build, July 21,. 31.
equipment which has been damaged
treated well.
very They only-
f year since the first cadets came
get six months in the house and improperly)' repaired by
guard
here, however, for the Field could r ___

not *be gotten ready for the scheduled and do not have Jo"st'and court amateurs.wiring-and Check when anything your exposed goes : :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:...:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:w:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:;.:..:..:..: ..
>M' -. opening and the first Riddle martial. Arriving in camp, you are y

, Field cadets received several weeksof taken to the infirmary for an oil. wrong with your gadgets, take
and job. them to a qualified repairman. It
grease jjj
their training in Arcadia. One 2
won't cost much-and it may CLEWISTONGOLFC0uRSE
At
year ago, in fact, Riddle Field the infirmary patients are you .
i divided into two classes: ((1)) Those save a home and a life.
! was in the throes of construction;
who have colds and (2)) Those who I If all Americans would goT
nothing was completed, no build ( I!j ji

; ing, no roads, no swimming pool, -- -----

no green grass, no trees,
no any- :i: :::
thing Today It is virtually com- 1G CH1EF WAHOO saunrvFas QWO Bn I -
"
plete,'. an example of what can be :.;.:. Public.. Invited :.:
done in so short a time. ICMON. S h
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will continue paper to that opreate Riddle as a training Field- WAGON !: J i'y .-

school for RAF 'cadets. Only .. Y h

five such schools will be continuedin '. I :.. Showers installed in locker !

the United States.. The others ;

are alj 'located ,in Texas, Arizona

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has soon not be'been ready.assigned Mrs. yet Lanier, but will and :Yi_i=: Greens in excellent condition .::

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so there will be plenty of trained ,) ?

help ready when the room: is opened v \. r.

and the-work begun, ( X.. ,??,

I The 'Clewiston* *Library* this weekis rAL To AY' :_;: Keep physically Play Golf :: ,

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putting on its shelves a groupof

new ,books for junior readers.A V V V V Y .;.

list is not available \lat the moment Y

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I browse around ;will find something .2."
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f I I I E. Beardsley and Dan Beards- charge of the Training Union, with the department to each baby whose specialist in the type 'of airplane ',!
are spending a couple of days I Mrs. G. E. Wenzl off, ''director. A mother enrolled. engine and aircraft maintenancework
[ Miami where Dan is standing most interesting and inspiring pro Present at the first m !:tLlg 'required by the Air Ferries :
'i r j for entrance into the gram has been arranged for this were Mrs. Gideon Brown, Mrs. in flying military. aircraft for th.6 :'I' I
: S. Marine Corps. hour and those attending will]] go' Everett J. Casper, Mrs. Foy Dur- United Nations to Africa, the Ml i> .'
away greatly blessed. Tell your rence, Mrs. Clyde R. Egley, Mrs.L. die East and "beyond."
Cecile Brooks, Miss Evelyn friends and let us pack the house M. Hutson, Mrs. H. R. Hall, After completing the 8 weeks ,:;'I
: Miss Elizabeth Huffaker, for both services. Mrs. Otto Larsen, Mrs.. H. B. Ma- specialized instruction in engines.,, '
[ Frances Clements and Miss The mid-week prayer service gill, Mrs John N. Montgomery, accessories- propellers, instruments
Spoolstra spent the week-I will]] be held on Wednesday nightat Mrs. Boyd T. Vorhees, Mrs. W. welding and refueling of aircraft )1
i in West Palm Beach. 8:30. Our chapter for study D. Wylie and Mrs., L. M. Weetman. Raleigh will assume regular ,duties, :
will be Hebrews 5. This is an in Pan American's domestic or- ':
and Mrs. A. G. Montgomery important chapter for the, Christ- foreign maintenance. operations. ::
Parrish and Mr. and Mrs. C. J. ian and it is hoped that many will :N:..:NN:NN:NNNNN:..:..:..:NNNN, :..:N:NN/NH.N.M !
and daughter, Jacqueline avail themselves of this study.WatersLeitner .
Drainage Work Helps !
Tampa were week-end guests of .--

I :I and Mrs. ,Wilbur Montgomery.: With At Riddle School ,J

and Carol Joy Alston ---- i
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visiting their grandparents, 'Mr. Miss Lucille Leitner, daughterof Results of extensive drainage
Mrs. J. S. Willingham, in Mr. and Mrs A. H. Leitner' of Qur Boys work could be seen at Riddle Field
I Haven and their aunt, Mrs. Okeechobee, became the bride of after the heavy rain on Tuesday

Jenkins, at Fort Myers G. M. Waters, Jr., son of Mr. and. afternoon of this week, a great
:I I Mrs. G. M.. 'Waters of Clewiston ina in theScryice portion of this water being removed -
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simple ceremony performed last at once by the big pumpa
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J. M. Fountain, manager of Friday afternoon at the apartmentof t which have been Installed.
f local Western Union office, is Mrs. J. B. .Thomas in her 'restaurant Ditches have been cleaned out
f' vacation,' and is spending most at Moore Haven. Rev. all the way around the four square
;1 the time at her home in Moore John A. Moore, pastor of the Bap- mile tract and a few small lateral
1 II and with her mother in tist Church there, performed the [ ditches have been dug at places

I ceremony in the presence of only where they do nor interfere with
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I:/ I intimate friends. the flying. The main pump at the
I and Mrs. .H. S. McDuffie re Mrs. Waters was raised near I entrance gate and a new one recently *-
: Tuesday night from a' visit Okeechobee and attended the pub 'The newest Clewiston lad to be- installed at the northwest
relatives in Sycamore, Ga. gin training to earn his wings in
lic schools of that city. Mr. corner
were pourlnga great quan-
I: who.had been visit- the Army Air Corps is Morris Ford,
li Berner, Waters attended the Clewiston I I tities of water into the outside1lighway :
II I relatives in Soperton, returned schools through last term and is son of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Ford, : ditch on Wednesday at cl,
them. now employed at Riddle Field. who is now enrolled as an avia- there was little water standing:
i ca I -' tion cadet at :Maxwell Field, Ala-
The couple are at home at
an except in the southeast section.It .
'. and Mrs. M. ,D. Royals came apartment in Moore Haven fol- bama; to undergo 'expert military, is not believed, however, that,:
1 I from ,, Miami Saturday.. Mr. physical and academic training re-
lowing a short wedding trip to complete drainage can ever be secured -.
returned after spending the I Sebring and points of interest in quired of all who fly our fighter over such a large area and
i -end here, but Mrs. Royals is planes.
: central Florida., work is now underway building
t, for an indefinite stay at Morris was accepted by the Aviation runways 'of Ocala limestone surfaced -.
: home here. CARD ,O'F THANKSIn Examining Board at .Camp with asphalt at the entranceof
Blanding, on' June 16th. He is a .
each hangar. Just how extensive -
Ruth Knight, who has been connection with the anni- graduate of the Clewiston High these runways will be has not
her mother, Mrs. Jose- School and received further educa-
versary dance Saturday, the eigh- been announced.
Knight here for two weeks, teenth of July, at the Sugarland tion at The Citadel, military school
:; yesterday for Miami where she i Park Auditorium, the 'commanding located in Charleston, S. C., wherehe
had instruction the R. O. T. Adolph Benito and Hirohito
accepted a position with the officer, officers and cadets of ,
1 l C. for two After I -the three blind mice. Make
Department. over years. completing -
No. 5 B.F.T.S., RAF, desire to express -
his pre-flight course :!tl I them run with ten percent of
their appreciation to all who r
Maxwell Field Morris will be assigned income in War Bonds
Florence Graham left Wed were kind enough to respond. to l your
)' for Daytona Beach to spend their invitation and so helped to ,to one of the> many flying every pay day.
days with her sister; Mrs. I. schools in the Southeast Army Air
make the dance the great success!!
She will go on to that it was.CLEWISTON. Forces Training Center. ONE 3-ROOM furnished apartment,
for a few weeks with ,* *
suitable for couple. One 2roonxand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. COMMUNITY "Aft r being stationed 'at Camp bath furnished bachelor apart, \
CHURCH I Blanding for more than a year
ment. Mrs. M. D. Royals.
I Merrell Lowe, now a corporal, has
and Mrs. R. J. Lee and Sunday School-9:45 a. m. been sent to San Francisco and in '"
1 left Sunday for Delr" y I Church 11:00 a. m. Sermon a couple of weeks expects to be ---
where Mr. Lee is engaged topic: "Life's 'Greatest Choice." .assigned to foreign service. J. T. RUSSELLBox

hauling contract. The fam- Monday morning, July 27, the Merrell and his wife celebrated
taken a house at, the beach Daily Vacation Bible School will their first wedding anniversary on 647 Belle Glade

will remain until the opening begin a five-day session at the : July 3rd with a two-day leave Authorized Distributor
school term. Community Church. Groups will 'which they spent in St. Augustine.Mrs. Singer Sewing Machine Co.
be organized for all children of Lowe stayed at the hotel at
I i and Mrs.: 'E. 'C..' Mills, Gene ages four through 'fourteen. The camp for two'"weeks longer. Their

Bub Mills, returned'Sunday program will include Bible study, anniversary was the occasion for a
a vacation of two weeks. hand-craft, singing, games and re party, attended by many of Mer-
i'J visited in Lakeland Daytona freshments. Closing exercises will rell's camp buddies at Lake Kings- J. M. COUSECounselor
I; and Fort Myers and spent be conducted by the children at the ley where the party enjoyed moonlight -
days on their- place at Fort church service August 2. All boy sailing. When Merrell left and Attorney at Law

and girls of the community are on July 8th for .San Francisco, his Hopkins Building
invited to attend. wife came here to remain with his Wednesdays and Saturdays
and Mrs. C. L. McLendon Infants baptized at last Sun family and with her own relatives
son, Lamar returned Sunday day's service were: Gideon Hayes in West Palm Beach for the du I 9:80 to 4:00Johnson's
a two- weeks' vacation. Ac- Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. ration.
by Mrs. :'McLendon's mo H. Brown, and Beverly Ann Egley,
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I Mrs. T. P. Forber, of West daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. When Raleigh Mock left Clewis-
Beach, they attended fam- '
a Egle .
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ton a couple of weeks ago not Fish CampNear
I reunion of Mrs.. McLendon's We invite all who are new in knew
I I many that he was heedingthe
in Joplin, Missouri, and the community and all who have call of his country for skilled ( Hurricane Gate)
burg, Kansas. On the return no church home to worship, in the mechanics. Raleigh is enrolled]] in Clewiston, Fla.
! they visited :Mr.; McLendon' Community Church. Come, get acquainted an airplane engine mechanic spec- Boats ,and Motors-Guide Service

in' Sasser, Ga., serve. ialized training course given bYI Rates Reasonable
Junior Christian Endeavor has I Pan American Air Ferries in Mi-I W. H. Johnson, Mgr.
i < CLUB ACTIVITIES of to it l ._
changed its day meeting
r ami for the purpose of becoming a j
Tuesday afternoon at 330. Solon ..,
I G. B. Thomas was hostess Mills will be the leader. All boys --
of her bridge club and girls should make C. E. attend- -
I sday afternoon, the meeting ance a regular habit. by
been postponed from last V
because of the absence ,FORMER J..OCATJIJXISTEH:; e
Keep e
members. GIVEN LAUDEKDALE CHURCH

prize was won by Mrs. '
M. McIntyre, and cut by Mrs. The Rev. Forest C. Tayor, former -
; V. Ezelle. Both were pastel : minister of the Clewiston Community -
towels. Guest remembrances Church, will have charge
given to Mrs. J. F. Curry and 1! of the work of the First Presbyterian -
G. T. Augur of Jacksonville. Church in Fort Lauderdale

Thomas served tropical until a minister is selected to take '
and ice cream to Mrs. Mc the place of the Rev. John G. King,
'e, Mrs. Ezelle, Mrs. Curry, ,
D.D.Dr.
Augur Mrs. F. E. Conkling, King resigned recently after
H. R. Hall, Mrs. C. E. John- fifteen years as minister of the PHOTOGRAPH orriciAL
Mrs. W. H. Lanier, Mrs. W. C. church and will make his home in U.S. ARMY
I and' Mrs. R. C. Wilson. New York. During his pastoratethe SIGNAL CORPS
I Lauderdale church completeda
i J. E. Beardsley was hostess new church edifice which with
: her bridge club Wednesday Its furnishings represents an out-
at Beardsley Farm. High lay of amost one hundred thou- : Via ;
was made by the hostess, and sand dollars. -,; ,;: Keep prepared to meet rising prices

t high by' Mrs. F. Deane Duff
I Beardsley served banana CRADLE MOTHERS FORM CLUB, and taxes by adding regularly toP

I I and whipped: cream to AT SOCIAL MEETING FRIDAY I "
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I! F. E. Conkling, Mrs. W. E. your Savings Account here... with
Mrs. N. V. S. Mumford, Mrs. Mothers of the Cradle Roll! I
Larsen Mrs. C. J. Nielsen, Group of the Community Church) liberal earnings and insured safety
R. C.' Wilson and Mrs. Duff. met at the home of Mrs. Carl ,
Johnson for an organization meet-
BAPTIST CHURCHH. Ing Friday evening. The group I

C. Meador, Pastor plans to hold a social meetingonce
each month and chose the BUY YOUR WAR BONDS HERE1ft
School-9:45 a. m. third Thursday evening forits
Worship-11:00 a. m. regular meeting night.
Union-7:15 p. m. The evening was spent inform-
Worship:30 P. m. ally and plans for' a project for Q
the absence of the pastor ,the group were discussed. It was the'l
Sunday will be in charge cided to undertake to clothe L
the following-for the morning orphan for this year.
Rev. ,L. M, Lilly of Mrs. Johnson, assisted .by Mrs.
: Haven will' supply the pul Keathley Bowden, served cake and 1
Those who are not worship- ice cream. A "Victory corsage",
elsewhere are cordially invSt-( consisting of a War Savings Stamp
to worship with us on Sunday. covered with cellophane on a stemof
evening service will' be In green leaves was presented by
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modern miracles is MSCREW& without end

R-f EN housed within stonewalls the ;i:1 I'm -still convinced tnt '
white Lannon
VIRGINIA
By VALE
some
of the North t Released by Western Newspaper Union. bright day
Washington D. C. I'll
University's 1 s Finda.. re-fc.1 .
western REER GARSON claims that.
pKtonic friend.
ALEUTIANS IMPORTANT new TechnologicalInstitute G
to Loretta Toomey is the good It'TCAM
attempts
Behind the army-navy at Evanston, (" A..
blast the Japs out of the Aleutian Ill. There are rooms / f8f rr7 luck stand-in of Hollywood. Miss .

islands is more than natural antIpa- where it is always /1 1d Toomey was stand-in for Sonja )( do'

thy to having an enemy on American Henie Ellen .. 0
invasionof raining, and taps Drew and Joan .. Co
soil or the fear of an
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Alaska. which deliver the b Davis before going to Metro to
L
These are important. But, in ad- pressure of 3 Niagaras. t ti > be stand-in for Hedy Lamarr t

dition, events in Egypt may mean Right: Physics and Ruth Hussey.; All of them

that more than ever we shall have i professor, Brentano did all right, you'll remember. WNU Features.

to use these vital stepping stonesof I (center), and two assistants Three. years ago she became MissGarson's
the Aleutian islands to carry the the
analyze stand-in-and ,how that
war to the heart of Japan.To of the elements in a piece of young woman has forged ahead! M1
get the full significance Now Miss Garson has lent her fora
picture it is necessary to recall metal alloy. second '"
time'the first was when
....
that ever since Pearl Harbor there
Theresa Wright got her for some
has been an honest difference of I scenes in "Mrs. Miniver") to Susan
opinion among U. S. war strategists At the institute thereis i Peters, for scenes when Miss Gar- ; kOpfq.

as to whether we should concentrateon ...rwwk'7 a machine which son doesn't need her in "Random
fighting Japan in the Pacific or 2.L3& exerts the pulverizing Harvest"; they're rivals for Ronald

Hitler in Europe.At weight 5,000,000 Colman's affections, in the picture,
one time, shortly after Pearl but
never meet.Incidentally.
Harbor; high-up U. S. naval advisers pounds, another that '" Happy People

worked out an elaborate war plan, -44T sags with the weight of -1r--- exhibitors That is the best government

which is no longer a secret, for con- an eyelash. One room thought so highly, some of "Mrs. Miniver" which desires to make the people I '

centrating almost all our naval is colder than the that they advocated showing' it at_ happy and knows how to make :,..
strength in the Pacific and makinga North Pole and another advanced prices. But the sugges- them happy.-Macaulay.
direct attack on the Japanese is-
three times as hotas tion was turned down, on the theory
lands-at time when the Japs had
a
their lines dispersed to Manila, the Sahara at mid- that this swell picture really belongsto
the people and that the greatest
,
Singapore and the South Seas. day. Left: Crushing
number should see it in the short-
But the plan meant leaving the 18-inch thick concreteor
est possible time. Nicholas M.
Atlantic coast relatively unguarded, gently cracking ..
egg Schenck "Loew's
fN. president Inc.,
also virtually abandoning convoysto shells is equally easy Metro distributors, is responsible.Jean .
Britain and Russia. In the endit 0t
and
for this two a half
was"decided'that the Russian front : ---7f--:

: was all-important and must be supplied story 1,000,000poundtesting Hersholt, the kindly "Dr. c-// r LIIKES tt
at all costs. The wisdom of r Z. l tJ b' tr nj machine, whichis Christian" of the CBS Wednesday

; this decision seems to have been rL used to study struc- night series, has completed the first
: events. r .ry. fi3 'wf / a tural of his two albums of children's tales
borne out by subsequent performance of.

Japs Worried. '>u large beams. '!""_""' "..1":'::.::=':'% ': ?"" ".;{.,>:,,,:,"7.W-J
However, those who urge the all- :!

out war in Asia have persisted, and p 1) 1
their argument has been strength- + wrb 1

ened by recent developments. One ,
(is the fact that the Japs, obviously ..rY rr
scared at the prospect of a second .
front in Asia, are fighting feverishly i cif of

__. to clean out the Chinese before
: China gets important help from us. Whole Grain
Fear of a second front in Asia also

was why the Japs nipped part of
the Aleutian islands.

Main development, however, was
j the defeat at Tobruk and the serious ftCM' 51J/

Nazi threat to the-entire Near East; Nutritive
a, for if the Near East falls, with its Y ::f:' tl6 tf f

j i vital supply route opened by American -
I railroad engineers 'from the "

j Gulf of Persia to the Caucasus, then '
,
I it may be absolutely imperative to S4 sv; f Y Valnes. !
j1' open new supply lines to Russia
via Alaska and Siberia. .

And, even more important, the 1 r JEAN HERSHOLT
entire focus of the war, so far as l

I' the United States is concerned, may M .. -.- ? :, recordings. This is the first stepin As recommended byre U.S.NUTRITION

turn to the Far East; for, if Hitler For ,modern research in chemistry and physics the ancient. art of glassblowing a plan that he has had for many FOOD RULES
secures the oil of Iran, Iraq and to bring ,worthy translations U.S. NIIDS US ...
shown here, is still an essential factor. James F. Morris pre- years,
Mosul, it may be the wisest strategy of Hans Christian Anderson's Danish TUB TYM Ot K50O
j to knock Japan out of the war first- pares many intricate and unusual pieces of apparatus in the new Technological fairy tales to the American.public. BAMONOTHOU1KOMMIHDIO M THtNunrnoN

because the Nazis will have the resources Institute. FOOD luux r
I to continue for a long time. ... -- -----
J Barbara Moffett, 18 year old
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j' 3% equestrienne, breaks into pictures
WHAT IS AN EXPERT fw ,
? .
1 ; !/ l :t :f i playing the feminine lead oppositeTim
When Federal Communications t Holt in RKO's "Red River Rob- Kellogg's Corn Flakes are .
Chairman Lawrence ,. '.s"i,
Fly appeared lriW
rtYMwiY in Hood." She was discovered while restored to Whole GrainValuesofThiaminVitamin
before the house interstate commerce doing trick riding, roping and shoot-
) ;; Jt
1 commission recently, he was ; ing as the star of a rodeo troupe.So (
1 asked by Representative Clarence this won't be the ordinary West-
and Iron important
Brown Bt) Niacin -
-I of Ohio: ern, since the heroine will be givena ,
.i' "What is your definition of an expert chance to do her stuff, instead of food elements
"
\ ? just looking pretty.
"Well," replied Fly, "I once heard '" everyone needs in daily
an expert described as damned r .
any ? R meals.
I fool away from home." r; ._ Joe Pasternak, who produced De-
"Do .. : -- anna Durbin's films for so long, has I.,
\ pick
you your experts at the ,
Above Walter
J P.
r <'- ." FCC on that basis?" inquired Con- : discovered a new singing star, Mary
gressman Brown. Murphy,raihvay supply Croft. He gave her a role in his

"No," said ,Fly. "We generally manufacturer, whose gift first Metro picture, "Tulip Time," 9 'V

take them from the industry, where of $6,735,000 created the then sent her to New York for ayear's

they have proven their worth." Technological Institute. study before making more
i pictures. So when see the pic-
you
.; "I am asking these questions be- Left: Two buddingsci- have
Y ture, look for her-you may
: cause of a peculiar experience I had r entists experiment with the satisfaction of seeing a future ALL

;. ; recently," explained the Ohio congressman chemical reactions. star's first performance.Warner vJ J

l t and went on to tell how ,,,,,'" >. 1'Muppd
a congressional committee had ---1

1 referred him to an expert on accounting Brothers bought screen CEREALS

t "a young man,who gradu- rights to "The Miracle," the reli- applyWHOLE t
ated from gious spectacle play, some years
college in 1939 and was
still a trifle wet behind the ears." yffdrr:1i: : ago as a vehicle for Bette Davis. GRAIN

A short time later, ,Brown contin- -r After several script writers had natural or restoredVALUES.
ued, he called at the War Produc- tried their hands at adapting it it ,

tion board on another matter and was shelved. Now we hear that it 'iLa.

was referred to an "agricultural ex may be screened. u recomTOended by the
'I' .NVTTl1T10N rooD FVUS
pert. Lo and behold, the expert .
proved to be the same young man. Vox Pop begins its third year of

"Following this, I again called at programs from military, naval and
the WPB on a matter pertaining' to "+y \5: l' ..3"t. armament establishments along f

metal," said Brown. "This time I with its eighth of network broad- r W

was referred to an expert on copper- casting. It was the first radio pro- *
and, believe it or not,. Mr. Fly, it gram to adapt and contribute its
was the same agent. facilities to national defense, the
"And," Brown warned the chair- first to present the voices of selecteesin
man of the Federal Communications' training, the first and only one to SETTER 05F

commission, "if I ever come down undertake a Good-Neighbor Latin
STANDARDSAdvertising
", to your commission and find this America tour.Randolph .
chap, you and I are going to tangle." ---7 is the I

Scott, Glenn Ford, Evelyn great setter of standards ,
MERRYGOROUNDFavorite Keyes and other members of in American I

rejoinder of Senator .'wy the cast got a real western recep- business life. Adver- !-
Harry S. Truman, when a member tion when they arrived in Utah for tised goods are the I

,.. of his war contracts investigating c / ; ,"Desperadoes." Local cowhands standard bywbich you I
committee objects to his strenuous held up the train and "kidnaped"the spend your income,
,S. pace: "tlf you don't like the-heat, stars. Miss Keyes is the first confident of getting I
get out of the kitchen." % L your money's worth
Silver thatched RepresentativeCliff ; .... -_._-_. .... .... : Hollywood actress to make insignia a hobbyof every day.
collecting military rep-
Woodrum of Virginia faces a Chemistry Professor Malcolm\ Dole (right) uses a model to explainto resenting armed forces of all the I
: primary fight from Moss A. Plunk- students what a molecule of nylon looks like. The chemistry department United Nations-has more than 300
ett, a militant Virginia liberal. *
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; By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST. D. D.
Of The Moody Bible Institute of Chicago, The Questions I "put your trust in God, but mindto

_- 4eu (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) 1. What useful but deadly drug keep your powder dry"? ,,

} does the vomica tree ? 7. How many miracles of Christ
,<'" .. '.".'.:>>:??7.':""' '': "t.- <:<<, =d.",% },. x-xo: ; ..::: ti'""'*" ..t:: nux yield I are narrated in of the
Lesson for July 26 2. Which of the following does every one

p'4': not belong] to the Central American four gospels, Matthew. Mark, Luke

.q. Lesson and subjects copyrighted and Scripture by International texts selected group:. Costa Rica, Colom- and John?

Council of Religious education: used by bia, Guatemala? --

permission. 3. What was the ancient name The, Answers

NOAH: GOD'S COVENANT WITH of the Dardanelles? 1. Strychnine: '

J'tWb C MANKIND 4. What name is given to a 2. Colombia.

group of paid applauders? 3. Hellespont.

., LESSON TEXT-Genesis 9116. 5. What did the three men, Ha- 4. Claque. ,.
, GOLDEN TEXT-I will remember my drian, Justinian and Trajan, havein 5. All were emperors of Rome.
covenant.-Genesis 9:15.
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I \ j $ j common? 6. Oliver Cromwell.

', God does not forget. He keeps I 6. Who cautioned his men to I I 7. One (feeding the 5,000).

His promises now just as He did in !

the days of Noah. Since our lesson

[ .o ;i .4 of-last Sunday, a long period of time IIDEABy

had elapsed. Generation after gen- '

eration had come and gone, and all I .NEW I

'I the while man grew more and more

'Ir wicked. Finally, God saw that He RUTH WYETh
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must put an end to the corruption of

the human race, saving just one .
puffed ridges for this part of the
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righteous family, that of Noah, with I
Plain used to

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I together.
the flood and he in turn doubt-
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Ir ift ;: Prepare for Winter With Delicious Canned FruitSee
I Ii less warned others, but finally thedy
NOTE
Below.) : Mrs. Spears' booklet No. 7
( Recipes
came when God shut him in the gives complete directions for making the

f. 0"" I. ark and poured forth the waters of FIT THICK YSTV ottoman shown in this sketch. Also more
Fruit uannmg TIllS WEEK'S MENU judgment upon the then inhabited COTTON \f \ than 30 other fascinating homemaking
BATTING OVER projects each with working drawings. If .
Smothered Steak With Onions < earth. But the same God who shut CHAIR BACK you have never made slip covers you
fruits
Plan now to put up those Green Beans Scalloped Potatoes Noah in (Gen. 7:1), in due time AND ARMS will want Book 1, as it shows the beginner

from the. market or your victory Tomato-Lettuce Salad called him out (Gen. 8:15, 16). exactly how to cut, fit and sew them.
: garden while you Send your order to:
, Bran Muffins Noah had obeyed God, and He

.., 151 can still capture Whipped Fruit Gelatin now rewarded him. The man who _
their garden- THE REST OF ,
Beverage had borne the ridicule was now hon- CHAIR COVER IS MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS
pu: freshness andbc2t41 t WITHOUT PADDINGG Bedford Hills New York
ored, by Him. The experience of
: sweet- Drawer'
summer
I Medium (No. 2) does best Noah brings before usGod's chair
ness. This year'scanning syrup IVE an old wicker a Enclose 10 cents for each book
will require by sour berries, acid fruits as cher: Three Gifts to a Believing smart cover of gay chintz and ordered.

more care- ries and rhubarb, and peaches. Boil Man: it will be ready to start a new life. Name ...............................

ful planning than ever before, for two parts of water with one part of I.Man Power is the(vv."lord 1-4). of creation The chintz for this chair has a Address .............................
,
waste in. the fruit itself, canning sugar. quaint pattern of strawberries
Heavy (No. 3)) is prescribedfor not because he has brought about
jars, rubbers or sugar is highly un- syrup with green leaves and the skirt
the fruits in which its subjection, but because God gave
large sour
desirable. > with its trim box pleated corners .
Chart before embarking you desire extra sweetness. Measureone him that power. It was first given is plain The cover CWT BUY ASPIRINthat
your plans green. ,
to. Adam (Gen. 1:26), and it. is renewed .
water to one
Con- part part sugar is removable with zipper
the a
on canning program. opening
here, with the additional can do more for you than St. Joseph
first how much will and bring to a boil. down the center back and long
sider sugar you promise'of the animal as food. This Aspirin. Why pay more? World's largest
have available, with the five poundsper Apples or Pear stitches with heavy thread through seller at lOc. Demand St.Joseph Aspirin.
not to be however after the
was ,
person allotment for people who (Hot Pack) the cover and the wicker are used
manner of wild beasts (v. 4)).
are canning. Plan this amount so Wash, pare, core uniform-sized apples here and there to hold it neatly Increasing Value
No man ever lost anything by
it will do for the jams, jellies, pre- and cut to desired sizes. (If in place.
obeying the commands of God, even The Church is the only institution -
serves, and sugar syrups for fruit fruit is to stand ..... The padding for the inside of
n though appearances may seem to so on earth which continues to
canning.A long enough to indicate. The ridicule of those who the back lends both style and com increase in value while being con-
hot water bath is, best for pro- discolor, drop in- fort. The cotton batting is fitted
Noah foolish God
called for obeying stantly discounted by its friends.-
cessing fruits because they are acid. to water which and cut the chair. It is then
had now been silenced by the judg- on W. G. Montgomery.J. .
They can safelyat has been slightly ment of the flood, and he stood forth used for a pattern to cut a slightly

high tempera- salted, until readyto vindicated, empowered by God, with larger muslin foundation and the
.tures, and tex- use.) Drain chintz shown at the left
authority over the whole earth. as upper
ture flavor and from brine. Boil _
Faith is still the victory. Men These three layers arethenbasted, '
f .. color best. J 3 to 5 minutes in Fuller
are who put their hopes in the kings and stitched together to make the Pep
Oven canning is .a medium syrup and pack into clean ,
and of this earth have seen
empires
,t good also. For the jars, filling with syrup to % inch of By: JERRY LINK
them "rise and and ,
i hot water bath, -_ the top. Put on cap, screw band wane, even un-

use a large wash tight, process in hot ,water bath 25 believers are beginning to talk about USEHOLDITS

I boiler or vessel .with tight fitting 'minutes, or in the oven (at 250 the necessity of a spiritual anchor-
for the souls of It is
I cover. Fit this with a rack at least degrees) 75 minutes. If using a pres- age men. 'IH
found in Christ but in Him is
; % inch from the bottom. Fill the sure cooker, process at 5 pounds for only ,
found both and for
I rack with enough water to cover 10 minutes. peace power
victorious living.
jars at least one inch over the top. Apples or Pears.
But we see a second gift of God- Ravel the thread from an old
p Count the processing. time as soon (Open Kettle)
as water'surrounding the jars beginsto Select uniform fruit, wash, pare 'II. Protection (vv. 5-7)., silk stocking and use it for catch-

boil. There should be free circu- and core. Cut into halves or slices. Human life is not as cheap' as ing and mending runners in other

lation of ,water around jars., Drop into boiling No. 1 syrup, and men would have us think. Their hose. It 'is stronger and less

For oven canning, set,the temperature boil for 20 minutes. Pack into clean, estimate .based on greed and lust noticeable than darning thread.

: at 250 degrees. Set jars on a hot, sterilized jars and seal tight. for power makes manbut a unit ina *

I rack in the,cold oven, however. Start Peaches. machine designed to build up po- Flower pots can be made ,from
litical The blood of those
counting time when oven is switched (Open Kettle) power. buckets or cans. Paint them, pasteon
1 who are not profitable to such an Nothing much gets by Old Judge
turned Do not allow the tem4 magazine in color and
or on. pictures
Select firm
ripe peaches. Peel or "
enterprise, is shed in utter callous- Wiggins I "Fuller, he says'to me,
perature ever to exceed 250 degrees dip peaches in hot water, then in then shellac. "Just about the only thing that
this causes liquid to boil ness. can keep on growing without
II as away cold and slip off peel. Leave wholeor <
Those who do such things, need nourishment is folks' con-
ITo some
and from tear-
evaporate.In cut in halves or slices. Boil 20 keep coat buttons "
words of God "Whoso celt.
read the
to
,
placing your' jars in the oven, minutes in No. 2 or 3 syrup, and sheddetti man's blood shall ing out, sew a smaller button on And speakin' o* nourishment

allow for free circulation of heat be- pack in clean, hot, sterilized jars. by man the under side, running the thread reminds me that you got to getaiyour
his blood be shed for in the
: imageof vitamins. That's why I keep
tween them. Do not allow the jarsto Seal tightly. through both.
touch each other as this will often God made he man" (v. 6). Whata tellln' folks about KELLOGG'SPEP.
Peaches.Hot .
all the
tremendous bill will 'Course PEP hasn't
cause* breakage, and do not allow ( Pack) some men Put your kitchen table on ,cast- vitamins. But It's extra-rich In

them to come in contact with the Prepare as above, removing peel have to pay when they stand before, .ers. You then can roll it where the two most likely to be short
the seat of judgment of our God. meals vitamins Bi .
In ordinary -- '
r sides .of the oven. and pits. Precook for 3 minutes, 'you want it and save yourself ";' -s"
Even the animals who kill men are and D. And PEP's a Jim-dandy
The Sugar Question. then pack into clean jars add 'many steps. not it
syrupto How tastin' cereal too. Why try
much
to be slain (v. 5) greater -
Fruit be canned *
successfully ?
may within Vz inch of the top. Put on tomorrow
the condemnation of the
shall be
without sugar or sugar syrup with top, screw on firmly, and process ina When stewing dried fruits, the

water or fruit juice used in its place. hot water bath for 20 minutes, or man who violates God's command.But addition of a small amount of 1M1"J1p *
third gift of God designed
Sugar, however, does mellow and in the pressure cooker for 10 minutes we see a lemon rind will give a better

ripen the fruit, giving it a better at 5 pounds, or in the oven ((250 to remove a deep fear from flavor.
God'sIII. del cioul cereal that "n'inglot.
his heart namely A tupplici per
,
flavor. You might try making your degrees) for 68 minutes. Promise ( 8-16). ( .): the full minimum'daily need of
fruit syrups for fruit canning less, Plums. vv. Shake your turkish towels vigorously vitamin D;lt4 the daily need of vitamin Bi.

sweet than usual if you are short on (Hot Pack) 'God made a covenant with Noah I before hanging up to dry.
and with his descendants and 'every
sugar. Use the same method and timeas 9 This is This removes wrinkles and raises
living creature (vv. 10)
be used in
Honey may place of for peaches, except do not pee] the third of God's eight covenants the nap. HOUSEWIVES : -
in making the sweet *
sugar ,
syrup the fruit merely prick the skins.
* but the fruit will be somewhat more with man, beginning with the one to Clean your oil mops in hot water Your Waste Kitchen Fats

i dark than if sugar is used and the Berries. Adam in the Garden of Eden (Gen. to which has been added wash- Are Needed for Explosives
(Cold Pack) 1:28) and closing with the new covenant '
fruit flavor will be intensified. Use ammonia.
I honey fcr each cup of !sugar in the (Except strawberries and cranber- (Heb. 8:8). ing powder, with* *little* TURN 'EM IN! *

I substitution. ries) This was a promise of God's grace

I White is Wash, stem and pack berries: that there should be no more judg- If you cannot get candleholdersfor

\I, ,i corn substitute syrup, but another since it acceptable is- Pack into clean jars and add No. 2 ment by flood, and as a sign He the birthday cake, and decorate stick top TO CHECK 1k R DA
with marshmallows a
;1 less sweet than sugar, substitute 1% or 3 syrup. Put on cap, screw chose the rainbow, which, appear-

f. I'. cups of corn syrup for 1 cup of tightly. Process in hot water bath ing in the very time when rain candle into each one. \ r IN 7DAYS
20 minutes or in pressure cooker should fall, would reassure men thata *

rP sugar. Syrups to Use. 8 minutes at 5 pounds or in the oven new flood was not coming upon To keep fish from breaking when

Thin syrups (No. 1)' are used for at 250 degrees for 68 minutes. them. What a beautiful symbol! cooking, put the pieces in hot fat # e666IlI
*
'I'I!, small, soft fruits such as cherries Cherries. '"I'will remember," said God, arid with skin side uppermost and allow ,-

i "', and berries. Make.the syrup by using (Cold Pack) He has not forgotten. Though thou- them! to brown before turning.
:
: three. parts of water to one part Wash, stem and pit cherries, if sands of years have passed, there

. of sugar. desired. Packinto, well cleaned jars, has never since been such a cata-

: fill with No. 2 .or 3 syrup depending clysm of judgment. How unspeakably -

I' 1 I on the sweetness desired. Puton precious it is to recall that God //! I/I//I-///

: J Lynn Says: cap and fasten tightly. Process has not forgotten a single one of

: 20 minutes in a hot water bath, 10 us; that He remembers every prom- ,
, > How many jars are you putting minutes in the pressure cooker at ise He has ever made; that He keeps
up of the fruits? Here's a. guide covenant. And the ADVERTISERS OFFER CONSUMERS'
d 5 pounds, or 68 minutes in a 250- every on con-
I' to help you pick out jars: degree oven. trary, how disturbing it must be to

\ Cherries: 9 baskets yield 2 pints unbeliever to realize that God
pitted, 7 pints, if whole. // the directions for the fruit you desireto the has not forgotten his sin and unbe- A FREE CHOICE OF A WIDE RANGEOF
can are not given here, or if you have
Peaches: 2 pounds (small
other canning problems lief, nor the judgment which is sure
on ,
any query
basket 1
) yields quart.
write to MM Lynn Chambers, explainingyour to come. DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE
I '.. L1 Plums: 1 14-pound basket problem to her. Address your lettersto The story of Noah should] stimu-

. .:I'I1I yields 25 pints.Strawberries. her at Western Newspaper Union, 210 late our faith, causing us to trust

, .1.I1I : 1 crate yields 26 South Desplaines Street, Chicago, Illinois. God, to obey His every command, i//////// ,//,
: pints, if canned whole; 31 (7%- Please enclose a stamped, self-addressed and to look to Him for His powerin :
I
,Lul ounce) glasses of jam. envelope for your reply. our lives. ,

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I through a. piece of glass, badly gets out."These. Unless said certificate shall be redeemed 3rd day of August, 1942. ,
INCREASE IN TAX according law, the property Dated this 3rd day of July 1942.
BIG: : cutting the forearm and severing steaks, it seems, are actually described therein will be sold to (SEAL) A-
I WILLIAM
the main artery.. .He immediately one 'of the sugar plant's the highest bidder 1 at the court housedoor I Clerk of Circuit T.Court HULL.of to'I.,

applied pressure at the proper developments, obtained on the first' Monday in the Hendry County, Florida. i'1
as they are .
month of 1942, which is the
D ROLL WHICH I GETS pressure point and stopped the flow from Florida steers which, August July 10, 17, 2.1, 31ENJOY .

of blood. He then found a pieceof 1 taken direct from the ranges, are

COMPTROLLER'S O.K. rubber hose and made a tourniquet fed for a prescribed time on blackstrap -\ ., '

which prevented loss of blood I molasses, a, by-product of

until he reached the hospital where I sugar manufacture, together with .';

News the injured arm stitched before dehydrated lamon grass. This experiment -
(Hendry County ) I
much damage was done. is being conducted by Dr.

County Tax Assessor Dennis B. A. Bourne, vice-president and

Small was notified Monday that Rain Tuesday Night- I chief of agricultural research of I

the 1942 tentative tax roll amounting -I the sugar company and though he ., .

to $5,878,770 had been approv- | declares. that many scientific questions ..

(Continued from Page 1)) i are involved which will require -' E
red by Comptroller Jim Lee as it l j i..
long study, diners at the
submitted. minimum at Moore Haven, officially .-
had been ? I j Clewiston Inn would declare them
79 degrees.
II
Breakdown on valuations as sub was !
to have been already satisfactorily
Ritta had the lowest
temperature
mitted by Assessor Small is as fol- I
answered in the steaks they have
-lows: maximum recorded Tuesday, 97

Lands reverted to state $ 177,869 degrees and Liberty Point was enjoyed. \,: i I' I i iy

:State tax certificate the coolest spot on Monday, 94 "No'wonder then that the world

lands, non-exempt ......... 168,250 degrees being recorded. seems to be beating a path to this '
certificate When the heat was at its worston small inn in a .remote Florida vil f y
'State tax .
Tuesday thunder heads beganto lage. f',..
33,980
lands, homestead exmp. / :..r.;; I
Non-exempt lands, open 3,500,700 appear and an electrical storm,

Home exempt open '-....... 567,830 accompanied by no little wind, I RAF Cadet Killed, I J

': Personal property 1......... 1,430,150R. brought soothing relief as well as THECOMFORTS III
"* 1.13 inches of rain here. Ritta : I I
R. 'and Telegraphnot I -- (

( supplied by state recorded 2.13 inches the same aft- I (Continued from page 1) k

yet .................................. None! ernoon.' The wind, estimated by that the plane flying at an assigned OF !,fif I n"o
some to have reached fifty miles altitude of 3,000 feet, flew di-

'. Total less R.R. _....$5,875,770 velocity in gusts, disrupted tele- rectly into the Storm and ,was "MODEHXStreamline

j The 1941 tax roll totaled $4- I phone lines and many of them were caught in a terrific( downdraft

*868,000. The increase of -approximately still out Wednesday afternoon. which smashed it into the ground

$1,000,000 is due to Several trees were said to have before the pilot had a chance to '

the establishment of RiddleMcKayAero been blown down- in scattered sec- bail out. The plane one of the Buses

': College which will absorb a tions of the city.Wednesday's North American ATs, was virtuallya

'large ainotint of' the million dollars temperatures were complete loss; one of the wings Dependable Service

as well as more improvementsin little higher than normal for this being found several hundred feet -

the county which of necessity time of year and another rain that from the plane. It is, said that a Low Fares

make valuations_ higher. evening had a further cooling ef measurement made from the x natural !

fect. Hail was reported in some ground surface to the propeller Travel Florida Motor
The county commissioners will via Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida
sections Wednesday afternoon. hub was six feet and two M.
-sit as an equalization board Monday and the North.
inches.
AugUst 3, 11 a. m., to hear
'complaints from taxpayers on as- Hotel Periodical- The pilot's body was extricated Northbound-Crows-State to Tampa ,
from the wreckage and taken to
!;sm nts.'Comptroller. Lv. CANAL POINT 5.20 AM 10:30 AM 1:40 PM 3:30 PM
Arcadia where it was buried the .
Ar. LAKELAND
9:30 AM
I 3:25 PM 6:15 PM 8:25 PM
Lee in his letter
to -
(Continued from Page 1) I following day in the RAF cemeteryat Ar. TAMPA 10:50 AM 4:30 PM 7:20 PM 9:30 PM .
Assessor Small advising of his'ap-
prbval of the roll in part said: formed is beautifully landscapedand Carlstrom Field, his entire'class the Southbound-Going .
from
and the RAF'.officers
'"'"Comparing this total with the gay with flowers at all seasons. Lv. CANAL POINT 12:15 AM 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 4:00 PM 5:55 PM
services.
totals of the same classes of prop- "Inside, there is the kind of very field here attending the Ar. MIAMI 3:55 AM 5:30 PM 7:20 PM.; 7:30 PJL 9:40 PMRetl1rlllng
Thorp was born and raised in .,
; erty ofc the 1941 roll I find that modern comfort-in furnishings,
Wednesbury, Staffordshire, Eng-
equipment and decoration-that
I, the 1942 valuations are in excess land,. the son of Redvers Baden 'Lv. MIAMI 2:00 AM 7:00 AM 9:00 AM 10:00: AM 12.01 PM
'of the 1941 valuations, which indicates would hardly be expected so far Ar. CANAL: POINT 5:20 AM 30-30 AM 12:20 PM .; 1:40 PM 3:30 PM
off the beaten track. The lobbyis Thorp of that 'city. Before enter-
that the valuations as determined '
RAF he had served with Northbound to Tallahassee
I ing the
by you are in conformity paneled in .natural birds-eye the county police of Staffordshireand Lv. CANAL POINT .-.___._...'.....12.20 PM COSTS LE S THAN DRIVING
and has
with the. law. cypress a fireplace, and Ar. ___.__ .__.....___
ORLANDO
had also served ten months as ;dA. 4:35 PM l'liuml ...........___ $ J.80 3::::
$
there are'a tiny intimate bar anda Ar. OCALA ._..........-----....--..._._ 7:25 PM .
"In order that there may be no large dining room in Southern a newspaper reporter. He was Ar: TALLAHASSEE __.._......12:10 AM .1c 6sons'ille -- 4...: 8"0,
Sielay; in its final completion, the considered of the best instrument Tampa '''_'_'_ 2.:;:. 4.GO
one
1942 tax roll for, Hendry County colonial design tables also beingset in his class. : Northbound to. Jacksoniille Lakeland .__.._. ::.10 3.80

"with valuations, as shown, is hereby on the wide veranda. The flyers Lv. CANAL POINT __......_.: 12:20 PM Orlando ...--:__ 2.30 4.15:
sixty-four model guest rooms are Ai. JACKSONVILLE .....____..12.01AM TnllahJH4Hee __. 6.35 11.4:;
approved. air-conditioned by a system that (Via Orlando) Lake City '.__ 4.60 8.30

This approval is subject to the can be converted to heat on chilly F Lv. CANAL POINT ____..._._ 5:20 AM Atlanta :___ D.15 16.AI' .:-O
valuations as set in the roll not nights.: 4VICTORY .- JACKSONVILLE ........L:_._.:. 4:00 TM Savannah _. ..._ 6.4 11.60
(Via Winter Haven) '
being materially changed, the JUrmlnghnm t10.80 H-1:

'Comptroller stipulated, either by "The. inn is efficiently managed I Lv. CANAL POINT :...__.__.__._.._ 1:40 PMAr. New York 11.3: 31.25:
correction of by Mrs. C. L. Downs, a gracious I { ( BUY JACKSONVILLE: _...:....:......_ 1:15 AM Direct Connection At Jaek- .,r.
errors by Assessor <
(Via Winter Haven
lady of the town, who also plays UNITED ) sonvllle Tulluhn814ee and Lake
City WIth Greyhound Lines
equalization the role of hostess _.._.._.__._
not only to visitors STATES Lv. CANAL POINT : 3:30 PM For All. Points North and
but also to the Clewiston folk > Ar. JACKSONVILLE _._....._..__ 4:45 AM West:
Ganges were made then it would (Via Lakeland) -
'fce necessary to re-submit the roll for the inn is the center of the so-. i, WAR

for final and formal approval. cial activities of the community. BONDSAND DR. H. B. MILLER, Agent MILLER'S DRUG STORE

i "These days it is filled to capacity PHONE 3321 CANAL POINT

for just on the outskirts of
Scout First'Aid
the town is Riddle-McKay Aero jSTAMPSNOTICE r 6CSl

College where RAF flight cadetsare

Training ValuableFrank being trained, and the sugar r.s

corporation's plant, which employs

several thousand persons, is running -

Conkling possibly owes i at top speed in order to sup- OF APPLICATION FOR ; a rt: F oYCrtr r b .
"his life to a knowledge of first aid TAX DEED
ply as much of its product as pos- (Senate BUI No.. 163)
which he has acquired as a member sible to the nation. --.
of the Clewiston Boy Scout is
NOTICE HEREBY
"For GIVEN That
troop for he very expertly gave recreation the hotel offers Lillie Richards, holder of Tax Certifi- t
himself first golf and tennis and there is ex. cate No. 115 issued the 6th day of
aid when' he severed cellent fishing in Lake June A. D. 1938, has filed same in .,
Okechobee.
an artery; in his arm last week and my office and has made application C.
lie Hearty participation in both the for a tax deed to be issued thereon.'
reached the
hospital and had Said
certificate embraces the following
work and the play at hand insures
the injured stitched before much described property in the County"
damage don full appreciation of the inn's of Hendry, State of Florida, to-wit:
was Lot 16 'V% Block I
fine Southern 49. Perry C.
fare-especially its
Frank was at the local Hull's Subdivision, LaBelle.
.. theater steaks, which are becoming quits The assessment of the said property -
and in some manner ran his arm famous the under the said certificate issued I
as story behind them
was in the name of Jim Goe..



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