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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: August 7, 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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q AI I A VOLUME 13-NUMBER 38 CLEWISTOX, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1942 SUBSCRIPTION-$2.00 PER YEAR

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1 Jlt COUNTY BUDGET HAS J Miss Jean Patterson AMERICAN BOY IS I Kiwanans GuestsAt I MOLASSES PROGRAM



',' :,1 I $2,000 SET UP FOR Dies In JacksonvilleHer I MEMBER OF RAF Riddle Field CAUSES WASTE OF


:: many friends in Clewistonwere Thirteen members of the local

i DEFENSE PURPOSES greatly shocked to hear of ,GRADUATING CLASSAnother Kiwanis Club were guests of the FEEDING MATERIALSGreat

; i the death at her home in Jacksonville management of Riddle Field at,

1 I ___ Monday of Miss Jean Pat- luncheon Wednesday and attendedthe

Of particular interest here in the terson, 76, a sister of R. Y. Pat- classof RAF cadets received wings ceremony at the gradua- quantities of excellent feeding -.
3 terson of Clewiston. Death was their wings at graduationexercises tion of the class of advanced cadetsat
;}3'f III tentative county budget which ap- material for cattle is now being
, { pears elsewere in this issue is the, attributed to the infirmities of age' held Wednesday morningat eleven o'clock. wasted here because of the

. item which provides for the expenditure and she had suffered no serious ill- Riddle Field and will soon be The Kiwanians arrived at the government restrictions on the use

r': of $2,000 for defense purposes ness previously. 1 I back in England or on other battle- field in time to witness the graduation : of molasses, for the mixing of feed,

"f for the coming fiscal year Miss Patterson had visited her fronts for combat training and then exercises and were then as a greater part of the lemon

'i I beginning October 1. brother's family here at various actual combat. taken ,on'a tOUt of the field and grass pulp, a by-product of the

:,, .I This amount 'has been set up to times and at one time was here almost In this class 'was William A. shown through the various build- extraction of lemongrass oil by the

I provide a clerk for the county defense two years and she made a host Watkins, 22, of Washington, D. C, ings. It was the first time some United States Sugar Corporation is

(: council and to meet other ex of friends in this community.Born who became the first American to of the members had ever been over taken out and dumped. Within a

, I penses' which are incurred. Efforts in Pottsville, Pennsylvania, complete flight training with the the field and they were amazed at : short time it is understood that the

: I have been made during the in 1866 she spent most of her life RAF in Florida., Watkins was a the transformation of, the past year. molasses quota will be used up and

i 'past several months to secure in that state, coming to Florida student at, the University of. Virginia After the tour the group' gathered the feed mill will have to shut down

: money from the, board of county about six years ago. The'only I when: he enlisted In the RAFas at the field mess hall for a delicious until the new quarter permits; a 'new
vivors her two brothers, R.sur-I luncheon and then returned .
: commissioners for this purpose but are I the quickest way to see action quota.

II they stated, and their stand was I Patterson of Clewiston and against the Axis. He has four to Clewiston. The United States Sugar Cor-

!:' ,...., backed ,un bv. Tallahassee- -,- -,. that. they K. Patterson of Knoxville, Tenn., brothers in military service and his Those attending were A. W. poration first planted, 200 acres of
: .;;;I I
;' could not provide money for this both of whom, with their wives at- father is second in command at Lawrence, A. \V. Sias, R. M. Bishop, lemon grass on an experimentalplot

; purpose until it. was budgeted.The tended the funeral services. Eglin Field, -'Fla. 'V.V.. Perry, C. A. Martinez, Hub I and installed a dehydrator to

tentative budget shows a Services were held Wednesday Members of the Clewiston Kiwanis Spooner, Glen Etherton, Dan Pad- I experiment with mixing molasses

total estimated expenditure ,of more morning at 9:30 o'clock from the Club and a, 'number of other gett, H. R. Hall' W. A. Davis, W., with the lemongrass pulp as: well

; than $70,000' during the coming Kyle Funeral Home in Jacksonvilleand visitors, attended the wings pre- N. Martin, W. C. Owen and G. H. as with other forage 'crops. The

: fiscal year. $27,280 is budgeted interment, was in a Jacksonville sentation which was held at the. Brown/ lemongrass, from which a valuableoil

:: for the general revenue fund, cemetery. The floral offerings at flagpole in the center of the field There was no metting of the I is taken, proved to be also the

J h $18,200 for the fine and forfeiture the funeral service, largely sent by building site. Th'e wings were pre- club that night but it is announced best source of feed so that an

fund, $15,300 for the road and friends in Clewiston, were described sented by Wing Commander Kenneth by the president, R. M. additional 800 acres were plantedin

) bridge fund, $2QOO for publicity as beautiful. Rampkling and certificates by that Ladies Night will be BiShOP'1 1941. As it: requires more thana

purposes $1,000 for mother's pensions Mr. Patterson left for Jackson- G. Willis Tyson, manager of the Wednesday evening at year for peak production from

$7,130 for courthouse bond ville as soon 'as he received the field. when Lieut.-Governor Herb Sawyer the crop, the peak never arrived

interest and sinking fund and $300 news of his sister's death and was Following the ceremony three of of Miami pays an official visit to I until long after the O.P.M. order

for obligations assumed from joined by Mrs. Patterson who was the instructors, Charles Bing, the club and will be the speaker that the 'use of molasses for the

Glades County with the annexationof visiting in Pensacola at the time. Frank Reahard and Charlie\ Miller, _i mixing ,of feeds'', must be curtailed

North LaBelle. The largest individual went through a series of maneuversin Colored I by at least fifty per cent of the

expense estimate is $9- Tire And TubeCertificates advanced training planes for the Twenty-One corresponding quarter in 1941. As
750 for sheriff's costs and fees jail
,
i entertainment of the visitors. production was not well underwayin
and commissions. Other Draftees In Call For 1941
guard
{ Issued Another class'of RAF cadets arrived there was 'little base upon
items may be checked by referenceto their which the company could operate.
I this morning to begin
r .. this legal on page eight. By Board In July I flight training here. Saturday, Aug. 8 The corporation first appealed to
The only complaint registered at I'
the '
I government for the use in
the meeting of the board of equalization mixing of feeds 35,000gallons- of
--
r Monday in LaBelle was that Close on the heels of the' July
The following certificates for molasses a month but this request
of the International .Business Machine BOWLING LEAGUE call for colored draftees, which
the purchase of automobile tires I went unheeded. It is now understood
Corporation of New York City was for twenty-one, eighteen of
and tubes have been granted dur- that'another request has been
against the personal property valua- whom were sent to Camp Blandinglast
ing the month of July' by the Clew- RESUMES PLAY IN call made for the use of 20,000 gallonsper
tion of $31,900 set on seven ma- week, comes the August
iston rationing board. The board month which would salvage, up-
chines for colored men and the local board
in the office of the United
reported three tires left in the wards of 5,000 tons of a food
States Sugar Corporation here. Attorney has called another twenty-one to!
quota for the month. TOURNEY TUESDAY commodity annually, would relieve
W. A. Sheppard of Fort report .to the office here tomorrow
transportation of carrying a like
flyers represented the corporation One passenger tire and tube certificate to be sent to Blanding for induc-I from
tonnage other states into Florida
.and asked for 'S.\- proves a ,source of feed
-
Rigby and fc. passenger tube cer- Fearing thai some, bowlers might _
1# 397 which was ,,denied. The tax Several of, thercolored men called for Florida
stale with week's ,, the cattlemen, and dairy;
tificate to- C. E. Miner, beverage get a lay-off,
roll drawn and
r as up approved by have been transferred so it is not
men at all times and would relieve
I inspector for the state and two officials of the Sugar Corporation
Tallahassee then make
was approved by > known how many will actually
tank cars and tankers which wouldbe
the board.It tubes to Arthur H. King, dairy bowling tournament decided that ,
I the trip to Camp Blanding.The
used for carrying the molasses,
man. play would start at once in the. sec-
is probable that the county : transfers will be sent on the next for 'other
more needed .
millage will be set at the meeting Certificates for truck, tractor and ond half of the tournament and the call from the county in which they purposes.This
on bus tires tubes first matches were played Tuesday lemongrass feed is used by
of the board September 8. and went to R. J. are now living. I
Lee, two tires, defense hauling at evening, at the Sugarland .P'ark l I. the corporation in fattening cattle
Those called tomorrow are: at their the old and
by dairy
alleys. pens
Strickland Lumber
airport Co.,
;
-, Mrs. Turner Leaves .Fleming Pittman, Robert Louis sixty head sold'from.. these
f four tires and four tubes, lumber The first night matches, using were'
I Walker, James Gaines, Frank Mann- pens this week for slaughter. Thereare
For New York Soon hauled under government contract; handicaps determined by the aver- I ing, Charlie Wright, Allen Durham, now approximately 200 headof
I Strickland Lumber Company, 4 age number of pins of each team
I Joe Evans, Al-
Joe Henry Battle cattle the
tractor tires and tubes; J. C. Jack- in the first half, 'indicated that this on experimental plot
phonzo Jenkins, John Alex Hollinger and will
I more be purchased shortly -
man, cattleman and farmer two second half would be a hardfoughtaffair
Irs. Blanche Turner, ofTurner's ,
owner
William Bailey, Lonnie JTay- in order to continue
: Beauty Shop tires and tubes; J. B. Bolton, farmer [ and that some of the teamsin experimentson
announces I lor, all of Clewiston, George Henry a full scale this fall.
I 1 tube Riddle-McKay Aero the lower brackets during the
this week that she is leaving next ; Sumbry, whose address is thoughtto
1\ Tuesday for New York City where College, two tires and four tubes; first half would now be, pushingfor be- either Tampa or Columbus,
Herring and Hudspeth Ice Co., two top positions. The Commissaryteam Boy Scout Camp ,
she ,has accepted a permanent position ., Ga., but who has not applied for
tires and two tubes. winner of the first half, will '
and :will leave her shop here transfer, Willie Muse, transferredto
under the management of MissJ.larguerite' One Grade 2 tire certificate went i have to give handicaps to all of the Allentown, N, J., 'Henry Thompson 'To Open MondayThe

Mizelle. 1. to James G. Wiandt, machinist at other teams and will have to do transferred to Tuskegee, Ala.,

Mrs. Turner' expects to visit for U. S. S. C. power house. extraordinary bowling to take. the Lonnie- B. Woodson, transferred to

a time in High Springs and will Passenger car retreads went to second half as well. Pinehurst, Ga., Lee- Andrew Mills Glades-Hendry district Boy

take over her ,new position in New Joseph Robbins, two tires, electrical Four teams were tied! for first transferred to' Fort Myers, Ed I Scout camp will open Monday anda

York the first of ,September. repair and service on city of Clew- place at the conclusion of Tuesday Junior Efford, transferred to Union large group of members of the

iston lines and maintenance serviceon night's matches as the, Personnel Springs, Ala., Alto Graves, transferred j 1 I I Clewiston troop plan to attend. The

po Protests Heard At U. S. S. C. telephone lines; Ar-I team took two out of three from to Tuskegee, Ala., Willie I camp will be held at the Paradise

thur H. King; dairyman, two ; General Office. Research ,took two Lewis Weaver, transferred to .Met- I camp ground on the banks'of Fish-

Seaboard MeetingAt 1 C. E. Miner, beverage inspector, one out of three from P.: M. S., Warehouse ter, Ga., Ransom Hullette, transferred eating Creek ab6ut fifteen miles

tire; James M. Eden, dragline took two from Harvestersand to Hainesville, Ala., and Lewis northwest of Moore Haven.

operator on government job, one Real Estate took" two from Of- Thomas, of Bridgeton, N. J., whose The Clewiston Scouts will be accompanied -

a hearing on the proposed tire; R. G. George, pumphouse fice Scrubs. employer has appealed his classifi- by. Dan Padgett insteadof

abandonment of certain portions of operator, two tires;' Angeline Smith; The handicap is three-fourths of cation and who will be temporarily Scoutmaster J. H. Wilson who

Seaboard Airline tracks held last taxi operator, one tire. the number of pins averaged by a deferred. was unable to get away at this

Thursday morning in Fort Myers, team during the first half. [ time. It is pointed out that visitors -

protests were heard and recorded Mrs. Durst's Nephew Carey C. Carlton to the camp will be welcomedat

from delegations from LaBelle,I Red Cross Workroom any time but if they expect lo
Punta Rassa and Naples. stay for meals will be asked to
Killed In Air Crash -r Dies In ArcadiaCarey
/t Word was brought back that it For bring their own food.
Sends Garments
I f :would be at least sixty days before r-- Among those expecting to attend

the Interstate Commerce ,Commission First, Lieut. T .Harper Beville of The U. S. Armed ForcesThe C. Carlton, 68, one of the camp from here are Raymond
' would render decision in the ,Gainesville, nephew of Mrs. E. South Florida's most promln'enl.cattlemen Trice, David Thomas, Stanley

I' matter. W.. Durst of Clewiston, was killed died Tuesday at Arcadia I Wright, Bruce Beardsley, Charles
i The stretch affected is 12.09 Tuesday In'the crash of his planeat General Hospital. Funeral : Benbow, Frank Conkling, Harold
local Red Cross production
miles between LaBelle and Alva the Wayne County airport near after- I Broaderick and Oliver Martinez
services were held yesterday
: room has just packed and shipped
I i and 27.49 miles between Naples Detroit, Mich. who, will be in charge of the lifesaving
noon at 3 o'clock, at the Baptist
box of knitted 'garments destined I
, I : and Punta. Rassa. It is particularly Lt. Beville, a member of the air Ia I for armed forces of the United Church there with the Rev. E. B. group during the swimming

,, desirable that railroad service into force ferry command was flying a States. Price officiating.Mr. hour.
IT LaBelle be maintained since en- i pursuit ship at 10,000 feet when it Clewiston Scouts who attendedthe
gineers have declared this to be I went into a spin, crashed and Included in the box were 45' Carlton' owned approximately Bok Tower camporee this week

. an ideal location for a sugar mill I burned. The pilot attempted to olive drab sweaters, sleeveless type, 20,000 acres of pasture land in received their Advanced Camper

to be supported by cane grown in bail out at five hundred feet and which were knitted from 25 poundsof I southeast Hendry County, part cf emblems to be worn on their uni-
this section. The land is said to his body was found on 'a wing of wool; 65 pairs of medium sized two townships, and his pastureland forms.
socks. Some of the sox were olive i holdings in Glades County are
\ be adapted to the growing of sugar the plane. I
: drab and some 'were navy blue. i estimated as 20,000 acres.
cane. The body is being brought backto I DRAINAGE WORK UNDERWAYIN
'I and Fifteen pounds of sock wool were Survivors are his widow; one
Gainesville funeral
' services I II I SUGARLAND DISTRICT
: REJECTED FOR SERVICK will be held there Sunday. Mrs. I II I used in making the socks.. son, Dr. Carey C.' Carlton, Jr., of

f I I I Durst left at once for Gainesville.Lt. Arcadia; two brothers, Horace L. I A dragline is now at work in one
'I: Dan Beardsley who passed his Beville was at home in Gaines- SQUARE DANCE ATAUDlT0RIUII, Carlton of Arcadia, Harney L. Carlton I lof the main canals of Sugarland

-or preliminary physical examinationsin ville last Friday night, the first TONIGHT I of Nocatee; two sisters, Mrs. Drainage District west of town removing -

Miami for enlistment in the U. time he had been able to get home B: F. Welles of Arcadia and Mrs. I hyacinths and other water

I i?. Marine" Corps was rejected the in several months. A square dance is scheduled to Ida McQuady of Nocatee., growth and numerous small ditchesin

-first of the week when he appeared I II __ Ibe I[ held at the Sugarland Park Auditorium He also was related to former the townsite are now being

I in Atlanta for a second examination, Camp Blanding now has its own ''I tonight at 8:15 with a governor Doyle E. Carlton and Dr. thoroughly cleaned to give the

j because of eye trouble. Dan is, "navy." The Quartermaster Corps ][string band furnishing the music. I Ij Leland F. Carlton of Tampa maximum drainage when the fall

: j spending a few days in Gainesville now operates a 28-foot launch, and j I j I Several of these square rains begin.

1\ on his way home and will con- a 24-foot cabin cruiser. A flotilla,,, have been held ,and have proven I Of the 2,500 women filing civil Summer repair work on'the dis

University of 18 rowboats will soon augment :: most popular and a large crowd is service applications at Camp Bland- trict pumping plant is now almost

"' ." the "fleet.' ; '!'!expected tonight. I.ing, none _has fibbed about her age. complete.'j .









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GRANVILLE CHURCH
Strayed Off
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WM.u.seR.VICE "Just look at Nodds. He's lost
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Curtis 1 McInnis read the note, refoldedit can't take the treatment he dishedout. Iwrusrrvi in thought."

THE STORY SO TAR: Jeff their slid it back to Curt. He frowned.He ." "Yes, poor chap. It's not easy
Lee, are already on ,
and way Ws to wife Tierra Libre when Jeff receives took a long pull at his drink. Curt pulled at his drink reflective I Notes of an to find one's way in unaccustomed

from Zora Mitchell warn. out with it," ly. Innocent paths." a"
a note "All right, Jerry, details Bystander:
,
to "You didn't me any
give
late
not to come. It Is too "What's ?"
Inc turn them back, so Jeff decides not to tell Curt spoke again." said up final- he mentioned after another mo The Wireless: Agitation for a definite Some husbands may have their>
to their return "Well, Curt, his friend break with Vichy is growingon
opposed ment.
was
Lee, who say, but then their wives have
down
:
Ing'"to the tropics. She finally agreed to ly, "my reason for coming "There aren't many. A track the networks. Louis Bromfield, their I j
way.
go only after Jeff had persuaded her to the'' coast to meet you wasn'taltogether ; walker found him early in the morn- Waverly Root, Richard de Roche-
that the Job of chief engineer for a .social. But now I'm here, ing-fortunately before the buzzardsdid. mont and others argued that we
Is the That's a Question
newly organized fruit company changed I have my doubts. There's "noth- Let's see,' the 11th, it was. should put the enemy label on Laval "How old little
He nearly are
lifetime. He
you, my
chance of mind a about going after talking ing I can put a finger on.' About a- kilometer outside of Tem- and the rest of the Hitler flunkeys man?"
his own
long distance to Jerry McInnIs a former paused. pujo, in a ditch by the track. The Lots of fun on the Columbia "I don't know, sir. Mother was

associate of his In Tlerra Libre, who "Come on, pal, we know" each oth damn zopilotes were wheeling over Workshop show, "Let Me Tell You 26 when I was.born,.but now she's '
told him that Zora Mitchell's husband er's first name. Spill it. head, so,he got the section handcar, About My Operation." This outfit only 24." .

had been killed. It Is Mitchell's Job that It came out slowly and in pieces. loaded the body onto it-" sometimes blunders on the yarn, but --
are --
Jfff has been at called Cabeza to de fill.Negro They, Jeff "Well, Curt, I can't help feeling "The 11th?" interrupted Curt. the presentation is always crisp. It'sa FOREWARNED

docking thinking now of Zora's note, "Don't come." there's something fishy about your "That's the date of their letter to program with a style Somebody .. -

NOW CONTINUE WITH THE STORY new outfit. They have more men me!! They didn't waste any time. in need of some new angles are I-

on their payroll than we have, for Wonder how they picked a man so thew sponsors fth class musicals.

instance, Americans as well as natives -' quickly?" What are they so awed about? It's yr

CHAPTER II trying to get things set be-' "Well, the date's correct. I remember only a song ,they're announcingnota

fore the next ''rainy season. That's because we had an early funeral, as their hushed tones lead d ,
Don't come! And here he was with all right. But Soledad's the only evening dinner-dance on the Teklaat you to suspect Have a haha.

Lee in the curve of his arm, Buddy live spot-such as it is-within their Soledad the night before Mitch Harry Flannery records in his good

and Chuck tugging at his trousers of, range. You couldn't call Cabeza a was found. And the Tekla pulledout book, "Assignment to Berlin' that ..rVIII

with Tierra Libre rising up out of: satisfactory place to liven a fellowup for Cristobal about 9:00: p. m. he was forbidden to broadcast the .,

the morning sea, the buildings His; over a holiday. on the 10th." word "Nazi." It seems the Nazis liiIIfil((

Cabeza de Negro taking shape.about "So-well, damn it all, you'd expect ."It did!" exclaimed Curt softly. themselves know how the word'
unconsciously tightened
arm that gang to come to Soledadonce He looked at McInnis. "Their letter smells in free lands.
but "Give me just one week to think ISe\
dated the 11th
But 'no to me was ,
Lee.Long before they drew close in a while. one ever it over."

enough to make out details of the does.. The two 'Swedes and the air-mailed from Cristobal that discrepancy on the. Man About New York: "You'll have lots of time to think
notice
I told about are the 12th. Didn't
Dutchman you
sturdy new docks and receiving I finally did, I fig- LaGuardia will soon officiate it over after we're married."
who ever get to Soledad, at first. When Mayor >
sheds they. saw the motor launch only ones "So all the married women tell
made plane for the
thoughto and that's only business, to super- ured the letter either a at his last' wedding "
the coast as "
cutting along receipt of shipments. to the Canal Zone, or was misdatedin duration. The bride will be Marian me. 4-oNo
head vise
It too
intercept them. was "
don't talk! We tried to error. Anderson, famed oriole. The groom
last Curt "And they
and at
ed for the port, with people "We have 'no air service to Pana- will be a surprise to the,Mayor and Eskimo

recognized the figure'standing in the get up a ball game It's your though ''this ma from Soledad-direct. Course, the nation Norma Shearer is Mother erry,you are going to z...
as
No
cockpit.He off his hat to wave' it once.Montaya was go.'afraid his men'd spill it's less than two hours by air to' not sealed. Says her wedding ringis have a big cake with six candles; .

yanked something to our, advantage. And the Zone, but I doubt they'd make the one Irving Thalberg gave.her on your birthday. .
wildly. he the flight just for -a letter. Any-. The Mickey Rooneys are aboutto Jerry-If it's all the 'same to

"Jerry, you old muckle-head, way, I know a messenger from,Tem- confirm the rumors, which others you, Mom, I'd rather have six

shouted. !!I, might've meet known" you'dcome pujo brought mail to the Tekla just have denied Judy Garland'sfront cakes and one candle ,for my
to us.
down
before it sailed. Came as our party page story'is being edited birthday.
"Yeh, got' your'wireless 'you were was breaking up and going ashore." Steve Crane, who eloped 'with Lana

coming through Cabeza. Hiya, "Then the chances are the letterto Turner, ''spent his last ten Gs bang
"
Curt. Hiya, Lee, called the stocky dated the 11th, was put
"It's good 'to me, ing at the H'wood gates. RHEUMATIC PAIN
in the launch.
man aboard ,the Tekla which sailed the
see you folks again. Where're the 10th. Actually mailed before Mitch Need not Spoil your Day-Git after It Now J
kids?" "This Is the Army" will continue Don't put off getting C-2223 to relieve -
?
was found murdered. Right Its Then tour coast- pain of muscular rheumatismand
Curt and Lee each picked up a run until Oct. 1.
"By God, Curt, that's sol"! Mc- If other rheumatic pains. Buy t
and stood him on the broad ; to-coast in principal cities. a radio -I
child Innis brought his palm, down online Relief will be C-2223 today. 60c, $1, everywhere. (.
from his new vantage deal clicks Army
rail. Buddy, killed time Use only as directed. The purchase
point, piped up: "Mummy, what'sa bar.after"Mitch dark was the 10th and some discov- richer by another $130,000 The price refunded If you're not satisfied.
muckle-head?" on Ziegfeld Theater is for sale for f
"
muckle-head darling," she answered ered early on the 11th. $300,000. A radio chain may buyit
"A "
"Meanwhile Curt fell silent,
gravely, "is your Uncle Jer- One of the glamour gals from Melodious Barbershops
then looked up keenly. "The two Musical instruments were hung
down in the little boat. See? H'wood will be dropped from pic-
ry dal- Swedes are white men. tures (all studios banning) if she on the walls of barbershops in
There was no opportunity for Mcinnis frowned. "And there are
Seventeenth-century Europe for
"doesn't quit those 3-day binges
The launch drew away
lying here. plenty more white men where you're Reader's Digest..and the Sateveposthave patrons who wished to dash off a ,
and by the time the Pisces warpedup 'No Curt the Swedes are
going. reconciled. The Digest will tune while waiting for a shave.
to the dock,Jerry McInnisleathered I not what we'd want for bosom pals,
face, close-cropped hair, but we've no right to jump to con- carry H. Sherman's Post piece on
inflation Julius Streicher's "DerStuermer"
weath r-stained clothes-was wait- Yo
clusions. Besides, he dropped the
the'editorial
ing for them.A scowl and grinned, "I did some describes A VEGETA.BLE
staff of the N. Y. Times as consist-
deckhand delivered a message checking up myself. Had my motor
from Senor Montaya on a company i. boy ask questions here and there. ing of: W. Winchell, D. Thompson, 'LaxativeFor'
1iVr and Mrs.
briefhead. The senor had been delayed The Swede made the run from Tem- W. Pegler, W. Lippmann Headache,

in getting down river to meet 4 pujo to San Alejo late that after- E. Roosevelt. Sour Stomach

them but would reach Cabeza in noon, while Mitch was staying in y S ana Dizzy r-
Bing Crosby is hoping for an Air Spells when
another hour or so. Tempujo overnight. ? "
McInnis, chuckling, nodded from Another silence'fell'between them. Corps assignment Harper and w 1' caused by Con-Use

Curt's piled luggage to his own Then Curt spoke harshly. Brothers will publish "Sabotage" by stipation.
,,t onlyasdirected.
The
A. Kahn and M. Sayres. expose ;
launch boy, and the mestizo immediately "Jerry: there's more here than U. S. 15, doses for
took possession to .stand meets 'the eye: If Mitch's killing alleges a Nazi plot to sabotage a, only 10 cents.

guard. Then the Associated man \ was a grudge,payment, then, Tierra morale via certain congressmen not
led the 'way from the dock to the Libre being what it is, there's lit- unknown to readers of this dep't I'I

one main street of the town. There tle we can do about it. Nothing, in The most snobbish of the Miami r r

were signs of recent construction.The fact. And there's nothing for me Beach hotels will not open this sea- I s

new company was booming the to worry about. I don't make ene- son-the snoboteurs..

village. .. mies like Mitch did. But if there's .

"That's a good dock they've more behind it ." Spy No. 1 (Dasch) worked as. a
"There's nothing I can put a fin- TO CHECK B A
said. "I Mitch- .
built, Curt suppose McInnis heaved a sigh. waiter at Glen Island Casino it

i ell did it?" ger on. "Curt, be careful! Don't mount The Count Von Reventlow (BarbaraHutton's \-r 7DAYSfY

I "Sure." that's carrying the rivalry theme a any white charger over Mitch. He ex) and the Dep't of Jus- IN

Just the one word, and it sounded bit far for this business and this asked for it. He's been asking for tice agents in Colorado are having

strange. Clipped and odd, for Mc- country. I-well, you see how vague it for years. And you've got Lee tete-a-tetes M. Arlen, the book takf666

lnnis. Curt threw his friend.a side- it is, only a feeling ." and the kids here now. But if-well, writer, is down to 110-very ill in "

long glance. Curt reflected. He pushed his I don't have to say it, but if you New England If you hear him

1 McInnis stopped before a small glass around in circles on the bar. find you're in a spot, call on me." .I saying: "He's nuts!" "Swell guy," ..

1 cantina, the facade a blinding, bilious "Ever get over to the new plant- They downed the last of their "Terrific" and "No'foolin'?"that's

I green in the raw sunshine. Mc- ing yourself?" drinks and swiveled to face the His Majesty the King of Greece 1 (3 ./Y

Innis put the boys down, led them "No" grinned McInnis. "That room. But before rejoining Lee Curt The Book-of-the-Month choice for a
inside. Lee and Curt followed. The Old Man Seventh Cross"
,wouldn't be etiquette. brought up another matter. October will be "The

"It's nearly lunch time," McInnis paid them a courtesy visit once, "By the way," he said slowly, by Anna Seghers (Little Brown) nun-

J remarked. "Shouldn't the kids be but we're rival outfits. If I went studying his friend's face, '"I saw a I and "They Were Expendible" by W. "Cap-BruiS"ake*"BLACK Applicator l AF40;,,

fed, Lee? You know what the cook- over they'd think it snooping. All destroyer headed for Soledad this L. White (Harcourt Brace). JUST A CO MUCH FARTHER

ing is like here, but we can proba- the dope I've had on them is pickedup morning. American, I suppose- DASH IN FEATHERS..

bly get canned soups." from natives. You know how looked like, ours. Any particular March of Time's "Men of the
,
Lee smiled."I stuff gets around. reason for it?" Fleet" is a honey of a recruiter .

don't need a brick wall to fall "And that leads right into what I "No. The country's quiet as a Anthony Cramer, one of the alleged '/1

on me. Go ahead, you two. Have 'I'really came down here for. It was church meeting. Dr. Arecas only Nazi spy aids, had a plastic nose op 7'ct

drink. I know you have plenty to especially to-uh, warn you. But, he one ,step removed from being a dic- about 2 months ago Two more P.-- O.g
"
talk over. I'll drag out my rusty held up his hand, "don't ask me tator, sure, but a good one. Seemsto picture detective mags have been

Spanish and ,get along." against what. I don't know. That be what the people need, they're barred from the mails because of

The men turned to the desertedbar note from Zora Mitchell-I'd talk to satisfied. He's solidly entrenched, obscenity Beulah Macfadden,

at the end of the,room, mounted her as soon as I could. Sounds like too, there's ''no ,opposition to speakof. the mag, man's daughter, and Rob-

uncomfortable stools and ordered she knows something." But. ." 'He paused. ert Decker; the tennis champ, will

gin rickeys. While the native bar- He held an uncomfortable silence "Well?" be knotted shortly Hollywoodfilm

tender mixed them nearby. Curt for moment.. Then: "Well, we had Navy visit only a director Raoul Walsh one .ADVERTISINGADVERTISING

made conversation. "I got ,hold of a rumor after you couple of weeks ago, and they cer month ago turned down $30,000 for ti-

"Jerry, it'll cost so much to pro- called me several days ago. There'sno tainly aren't scheduled to stop in his race horse, Grand Manitou. It represents the leadership of

duce and ship fruit here that I evidence, mind you, and it was again so soon." He added, in a puz- died the other day. nation. Itpoints the way.

don't see how these people can hopeto too late to stop you by cable. Well, zled tone, "Funny I didn't see the a "

compete with Associated. Not the natives working for me have ship as I came down the coast." Standard Oil of N. J. is inviting I We merely follow-follow to

without a subsidy, and Tierra Libre their own ideas about 'Mitchell's "You were pretty low in the wa- stockholders around the nation to a of comfort of
does not grant subsidies." death. They say it was no" native ter and they were some distanceoff. series of swank dinners (which get new heights ,

McInnis grunted. did the job, but a couple of white ." no publicity) in order to explain the convenience, of happiness.As .

"Well, that's their business." men. But Curt," he expostulated, "Huh. Well ." He shrugged. various attacks against it Rear "

"Of course," Curt mused on, "it's "you know no white man would hacka They started across the room to Admiral Yates Stirling Jr. will be time goes on advertis-

a pretty slick hombre who could 1 guy to pieces the way Mitch was rejoin Lee and the boys. McInnis editor in chief of "Naval Review" I and
found." his into Curt's arm. Elissa Landiis ing is'used more more,
\ put anything over on Old Man dug fingers due on Navy Day -
Moore." Curt thought this out."Huh "See Zora Mitchell, Curt, first writing her autobiog in novel and as it is used more we

McInnis grinned, but said noth- unless it was to hide the thing you get to San Alejo. But onlyto form.
the
ing. The bartender placed,the drinks fact that it was a white manjs' kill- find out if you have anything all profit more. It's way -

before them, then left to lend a handin ing. And suppose it was a white personal to guard against' he ,said Col. Gomez, the playboy and advertising has-

the kitchen lean-to. man; Jerry, or a couple of them? insistently. "Don't borrow trouble. spender, is with us again. The

Alone now, and with a furtive So what? Old Mitch knew his job, You're a family man now. What's Venezuelan Gov't, which barred him of bringing a profit to

glance to be sure Lee was occupiedwith but he certainly piled up enemies. more, the family's right,'here, with once, welcomed him back and everybody concerned
the children, Curt pulled forth You and I know that well enough.He you." 'turned over"to him' the three'million ,

Zora Mitchell's letter. He spread it" made engineers out of( us, first "Yeh, I see what you mean," Curt smacker estate confiscated from his the consumer included

r open before the other, and his face job out of college, but we got plenty answered dryly, his eyes on Leo parent carries less than
was serious, his voice low. bruised in the process. Men with and the childrenTO 41 on bills- Rarely I x-

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FOUR THE CLEWISTON :NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1942
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are carrying other commodities <.o<..:.:..:..:'..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.. :..:..:..:..:..:..:..:':':..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:.:..:..:..:.:..:":";": ing or adjusting. If it is an
News r.
The Clewiston why not Sugar-sometimes ships f fi "open-type," however, it should be

come back from Hawaii not fully periodically oiled and adjusted r-
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Published every Friday in Clewlston loaded when they might as well :i J TOO LATE TOCLASSIFY } Have your service man check -

Florida, by the CLEWISTON NEWS, carry' a full load of sugar, there'ssugar l 'h your refrigerator once a year.

Tnc. in our warehouses, and :yet k y

we are rationed. So run some of : X Mrs. Amanda Graham

KEATIILEY BOWDE3T, Editor the arguments.The }, iS I ,

facts stated in these argu-I't + 1
y yi 63 Dies In Fort Myers
Enter as second class mall matter ments are true, but the reasons be- ,

February Clewiston,1,Florida 1927, at, under the Pest the Office Act of in hind the sugar refute rationing are sound I _i: By RUSSELL KAY i
and every argumentthat
March 3, 1897.Sub..crlptlon reasons (Hendry County News)
rationing is unnecssary at the I ::: h xA ?fr ?sasa:? Secretary Florida Press Association ::: *53
Mrs. Amanda Graham, aged ,

Rate $2.0O Per Year. present The world's time. sugar crop was 'large I..?................................N..NNNN. ............-............................................._....._.......-.............._._..n..n.n.n.n.n.n.n.n.n..n.n.n./..._..........NNNNN NNNNN*..'* died Saturday afternoon' in Fort A '...-.

Myers at the home of her daughter -
Advertising Rate. On Application. this year-larger_ than ever Maybe it would be a splendid people of the district he serves,
be-j where she
Mrs. Soloman Hires,
fore, and our warehouses do thing if the Tampa Junior Chamber and when we smear him or ,permit
had been month. Funeral
visiting a -
advancement and welfare deed have a store of 'sugar on hand. of Commerce could sell its another to' do so we are lending
Devoted to the services were held at the
of Clewiston and Hendry County. ) However, it is entirely obvious that I "DONT TALK" campaign to the ourselves to those destructive forces graveside Monday afternoon In Fort

the sugar which' we, have been importing growing army of bureau chiefs as that would undermine Democracyat
Denaud the Rev. Leroy
cemetery,
from Hawaii 'and the well as a few cabinet officers in its very roots and rob us of the officiating.
Crider of
Fort Myers
J-\EMBER. Philippines, will for the duration of \Vashington. sovereign right that .still rests in ;

FWRInaPRIiSSASSOC1AfON \ the war have to remain largely in On second thought, it might bea the ballot. I Pallbearers were Harvey Dress,.

_NAHQNAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION the islands in which it is grown. better idea to inaugurate a, Maybe congressmen are "Poli I Judge R. M. Harris, Clyde Craw-

1QHRAMBLINGS As long as the sugar is producedacross "DON'T DOUBLE TALK" campaign ticians." Well, thank God they ford, A. J. Evers, Dennis Small ........
I
I and R. N. Miller. Lawrence A. {%-
thousands of miles of wa- for that particular commun- are. When the day comes in this f

ter from the American people who I ity. country that there are no .."Politics"and Powell was in charge of funeral_ j

. consume it, its consumption here Never in the history of the county no "Politicians" we will be. a arrangements.Mrs. .
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.t? the ability to trans- Graham native of
: will depend on have we: had so many bureaus, lot worse off as far as government was a

port ,it. And for the duration of departments, committees and groups I is concerned than we 'are to- Pasco County. While still a young

the war there will be little questionas charged with the responsibility of day.While girl the family moved toLee t

to whether the transportation of providing information, all maintained -I there may be some mem- County, .and it was here she was

By B. B. sugar is worth the hazard. at the Taxpayer's expense, :yet bers of congress who are not of the married to George Albert Graham,

.:..:..:..:..:.-:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..:..: ..:..:..: ..:. Our ships are employed in the !:I I we find ourselves less informedand calibre of men you and I would I who died six years ago at the age-
transportation of vital war materials of sixty-nine. Incidentally, she
more confused in mind on all choose for such a post, nevertheless '

Did you ever try to get off on I and foodstuffs to American subjects than ever before. it remains that they are there ,was buried on what would have. f""'t, v

rather short notice for a vacation? soldiers and their allies and that I Nobody seems to*. know very through the choice.,of some groupof been his seventy-fifth birthday., \.....;

The first of the week we began to I must be the primary ,considerationin much about anything, yet they all fellow ,Americans and that they Much of her life was spent at

complete plans for a little vacation every question of shipping. Whena insist on TELLING the rest of us. can remain there only through the her home at Fort Denaud. For

having stayed dutifully on the boat docks in Hawaii and unloads On every vital question that arisesin will of the people. the past four years she has been In

job in the hottest weather (or so its cargo of men or war ma- connection with the war effortwe More and more the authority failing health and three falls lately.

it" seems) we've ever had. We got terials or foodstuffs, its next prob- get a potpourri of loose talk in granted by congress is being over- in "one of which she suffered a

. tired of envying the other fellow lem is the immediate return to the the form of contradictory. state- stepped and abused by bureaucratic broken hip and shoulder, made her

and began to think of the joys of United States for another load. So invalid. Last week she suffered
I ments: official, semi-official and officials who feel that they need an 4? .
in bed till noon; bre"akfast although the dock in Hawaii is
staying unofficial. First Mr. Ickes says, answer to no one. They are not a bronchial ailment and passed

on a tray swimming in a loaded'' to the water's edge with and then Mr.: Henderson contradicts, OF the people, BY the people or away quietly Saturday afternoon.

pool;' sitting under, a big oak tree; sugar, the boat only hesitates long and then somebody else explains. FOR the people,. but they govern Survivors are six daughters, Mrs.;:
fishing in a lazy stream; eating enough to unload its own cargo
Then a bureau chief has his say the people through their edicts, Will Norton of Clewiston, Mis. -

and sleeping and then eating'and and re-load with sufficient ma-I and, a flock of others horn in, and rules and regulations to suit themselves Maud Crawford of LaBelle, Mrs.

sleeping some more. The thoughts terial for a ,ballast. Every day,i when you try to add it all up and and resenting any effort to Soloman Hires of Fort Myers;Mrs.I '
coming and going till it be- hour is that much delay in '
kept every see what the score really is you curb their' authority or question I Alto Hires of Fort Denaud, Mrs.
came an obsession with us. At ,the delivery of more men and more ..
find that all you've got is a grand their rulings. Pete Chancey of River View and
we'd dream of such luxury the front and ship-
night materials to
and glorious conglomeration of 'percent Mrs. Ralph Willis of Wimauma; ,
Ninety of the criticismand
back in own bedroom If are I
and wake up our ping cannot wait. two days I
first
class Wilford
hooey three sons, Tom Graham,
abuse
in Clewiston with work waiting saved in loading the boat in Hawaii heaped on congress is
There used to be a time when a Graham and Luther Graham of
brought about the action lack
at daylight. saved in by or
for us and two more days guy could write his congressman, of it on'the' of administrative Fort Denaud; one half-sister, Mrs.Clyde .
I part
Well, the only way to'to, take a the unloading of the ballast cargo
but the_ the 'Williams'or'
way things ,are now boards committees Lakeport; one
we've found out, is justto States that bureaus or
vacation, back in the means a
average member'of congress is in commissions which have become the brother, W. E. Arnold, and one
TAKE one. no one is going to saving of four days; and a cargoof "-
just about the same boat as his
Frankenstein know "Gov-
it to and you'll never' on munitions delayed four we as
give you planes or' {
constituents when it comes to know- Murder
ernment. Second
caught sufficiently cost the lives of Degree
earth get up days might easily ing what's really what. About the
to feel justified in taking off* So thousands of our men. Time is an .
worst thing a fellow can have in '
beginning when the copy is off the urgent factor in the waging of a Washington right now is a letterof Use mild soap and warm waterto Charge Against' NegroState

, desk this week, we're going to clean the outside of the "cabinet
recommendation or introductionfrom
TAKE a vacation',-just snatch it war.So although we have a store of -never use gritty cleaners. If' the
his
senator to
congressman or L. "Wilsonhas
Attorney Clyde
out of thin air' it seems. We'renot sugar ahead, we must conserve finish is 'other' than porcelain, wax
bureau of-
some chief or petty
filed bill of information
ready for a vacation. We that sugar, for lour shipping of it two or three times a year. a
ficial. It
carries about as much
Darden
charging Joe 30 year old
don't have new clothes, we haven'tcleaned i and not
sugar has dropped we are When leaving for the week-end
weight and prestige as a cancelled murder
with second degree
the house; we haven't saved i receiving supplies '',to replace the postage stamp. In most cases it is turn the temperature control to negro, '- -'

vacation money, we haven't done : quantity used. the lowest in the death of Charles Peterson,
the surest way NOT to .get any point-not to "defrost. .
any of the things a person is sup- The sugar 'ration in the United attention., The heart of your refrigeratoris 36, on July 24 at the Bare Beach

posed to, do when a vacation is in States like luxury portionto
seems a Unfortunately, thebureaucrats the motor. If'it is "hermeticalysealed" negro 'camp of the United States-
the offing. But, we're going. other warring nations. We
insist upon l looking on the accredited it may not require oil- Sugar Corporation.
It's going to be quite an event, 'have more than ample for our in- and real representatives of the

this vacation. First and foremost, dividual needs. We can easily keep
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we can't take the car. And howon much less than ty . . . . . .
healthful .
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earth do you take a vacation pound of sugar per person per have a job to do and politics, in- .%.. ...
without a car? We don't know. ..
week. -,
I cluding politicians, are strictly :;: '- '
But we'll find out. We usuallyput of -. ,
Incidentally the rationing :
OUT. -In fact, it has just about
the children in the back seat; increased'sales
has greatly
sugar reached a point where the mere
the luggage in, and then fill in the ;
and
of our citrus products our
mention that you know somebodywho : Good Food 1
rest of the space with things we dairy products.; Orange juice, knows: congressman is un-

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forgot to pack and things that lemonade, limeade and chocolate pa triotic. "

wouldn't go in. The tennis shoes, milks are: replacing the customary The of American .
great mass peo- -:. .:.
the golf clubs, the rods and reels cokes we drank as much from forceof .. .
ple have not lost faith in congress i .i.'
all fill up the cracks. This time habit as from an. actual desire :: -.. .
or in their representatives. They I :
everything HAS to go in those two y .
for the cokes. So the sugar ration- look on- the members of the House '. %
bags.I The clothes and shoes that .. -
ing will not be burden to any- ; ::: -
and Senate as their only hope in .:.
won't go in will be left at home.. one, but may actually be. a benefit. this emergency.It .:;. IN A ..- .:.,

The youngsters, think it is won- i ,!.7 a : ,; L -
appears that a determined effort : ::
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derful that we can't take the car, I WILT NOT WASTE is being made, to underminethe ; '

because then we'll ride on the I' _,
people's faith in the men they
train. Their train experience extends "As a consumer in the total defense have elected them and
to represent
from Clewiston to Haines of democracy I will do my I Pleasant !
American
every right thinking Cool Room
City. The air-conditioned train part to make my home, my com- should resent it whether it comes _: ::
from Okeechobee to' Ocala will bea effici-
munity, my country, ready; from within or without the governmental r ,
broadening experience for them. ent, strong. I will buy carefully.I circle. y Iy

So we'll only have the two boys will take good care of the thingsI We should not forget that the

and the, two bags to worry w'ith,- have. I will waste nothing." nor senator is

that pocketbook and keeping with the up with and the These words constitute the pledge a average human congressman being, that he, was: placed :;: Dine in comfort, even on the hottest ::
money
taken by millions of American where!, he is by a majority of the 1..; i :::
tickets in it, and the ,shopping bag : .t
t housewives, during Civilian Defense I ". "
with the books in
story Itjustin "

case they need something to Week. They epitomize the part a-t- -a-i :: in dining the ::
days our room or on
our women must play in the strug-I so can freely circulate inside .. ..
while away the time. They probably -, :
gle ahead. the ,cabinet. :
,
y
won't since we're taking it.
There is'no room for waste in Keep the door closed as ,muchas .y.. ,. ...

Just in case you're Interested, wartime America, whether it be in possible. This prevents the cold .;. Terrace ", '; __ ;' .:. I,

the hours for this wonderful trip industry, the armed_ 'forces.' or in air from "spilling out," which :: ... "r ," 'v ;: : '"

are from 1 p. nu till 5:30: p. m. the average home. "Conserve" ha causes the temperature to rise and :1 ; :.

and we definitely are NOT takinga the motor to start. :: ;- ::
become a slogan of wartime Amer- ; .. ;
lunch-box with us. T '
ica-conserve food, conserve vita- Do not maintain a temperaturethat .y. .y'.
So now that this endeth the news- mins getting the nutritive need. : ..
I by full I is colder than you really ;
paper copy, all that remains is to value from the foods you serve, Set the control to "average," or X
Iron a few' garments defrost the ; Meet friends in the Cocktail ::
; conserve all home equipment by around '40 degrees F. I:: your .
Frigidaire, put out the roach [ ..
I using it efficiently and taking proper Defrost when the frost on the ; yh

poison, hunt the key so we can care of it. That is consideredan freezing compartment is about 1-4 Y '

lock the front door, pack the all-important job on ,the home inch thick-usually once a week. Lounge. During 'the Cocktail Hour, 6 :;: ...N
clothes and see if it. is possible to
front for the duration.In When defrosted, clean the inside < -
::: ';''
get the two children clean at the
the modern home, the refrige- i of the cabinet and shelves with a A Y

same time. When that is donewe're rator assumes especial importance cloth rung out of cool water in .;. ., ,, :::

fellow through a vacation-we're envying the having other as a means of conserving foods. which soda or borax has been dis :;: to 7, two drinks for the price of one, :;;:

Care and maintenance 'of the electric -, solved. Be sure to wash cooling .
une. ;! ..
refrigerator is relatively simple unit-that's where food odors col .. .: .
P. S.-The Other Half of the I .. :.o.
and many years of continuous and lect. .. ': ,.( -:
family is coming back with us; so ". -, .
'
economical service be obtained with : > b :s:
may Wash the door gasket soap h ..
you see the reason for all this ex'- I :s: the ,. ::
served in Lounge. ,
few rules '" _
by following a simple : and water when cleaning the re- .:. ; :* ..
citement. : \
I .. .
Be sure that your refrigerator is frigerator. And be sure that the .s. .t: ,-
..
WHY' SUGAR RATIONING? placed so that it"is shielded from gasket 'seals the door tightly.Do ..:... .:.. ,;;:.

the sun most of the time and is a not use, a sharp instrumentto ,

It is- a bit hard to understand few inches away from the wall force trays free or remove frost.

why rationing of sugar at this (for free air circulation)., I This may cause chipping or even f Clewiston InnAGE 1 1h

early stage of the U., S. participation Wait until hot foods cool off puncture: the surface. .

in the world's war is a neces- before1placing them in the re- Wipe up spilled foods ira-

sity. There are many arguments frigerator. This will decrease the mediately. Do not let acid foods h

which seem to show that it is notA operating time and save current.Do such as vinegar, lemons or toma- y

necessity,:the sugar crop' is not "crowd" the foodallowa toes touch the enamel unless it ia 3, .Y.-
s."r:": :":;"::i.:": :":"r:":":":'.:
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FRIDAY AUGUST 7, 1942 THE CLEWISTON NEWS PAGE FIV

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Miss Ruth Harris: who was sup bration of the 6th birthday of her DenstenEzelleMiss BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN i

' ply manager of the; local Western I son, Wayne. FOR MRS. MUNSELLE STONE 'I

Union for a few weeks, left Sun- Prizes were: awarded to Alfred
f Personals } day for her home in Cocoa. I Meador 'and George Anne Suggs, Ava Ezelle, of Fort Myers, Miss June Hooker and her-
j jA
became the bride of E. Craig Den-
: who were first places in the games brother, J. D. Hooker, entertained
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., played. Balloons 'and small Amer- sten Sunday afternoon at 3:30 at Wednesday evening with a party
the First Church in
I and children Ronald and Martha, ican, flags were distributed as Baptist Fort honoring Mrs. Munselle. Stone oa
from Myers with Rev. E. Bernard Evans her birthday.
I }: W. Lyndon is spending this returned Sunday a visit with favors.
Georgia relatives in Georgia., Mrs. King served fancy cookies, performing the ceremony in the The groups played games and
week
in of a few intimate friends.
\..', jello with whipped cream toppingand presence danced and sandwiches and drinks,
--- few Meredith Poplar and Mervin candy to the children. White roses and palms banked the were served to: Misses Rhunelle
Mrs. J. H. Wilson spent a
altar where their
the couple took
; days in 'Miami this' week. Mercer: of Clearwater, who arrived The children invited were Jerry McGehee, June Hooker, MargaretVon
I last week to visit Mr. and Mrs. Phillips, Jimmy Knight, Gene Mc- vows. Mach, Marguerite MIddleton.

II Miss Phoebe Peterson spent the Barney Thomas, have accepted positions Creavy, Herman Davis, Billy Mrs. E. B. Evans" at the organ, Julianne Oglesby, Louise Roath,
"Because "I
played and Love
, 1 week-end in West Palm Beach. at Riddle Field. Brooks, Gene Fuller,, Robert Dix- Lily Padgett, Beth Nail, Jessie Ma-
You Truly and the traditional
on, Alfred Meador, Paul Bowden, Mr, and Mrs. Foy Durrance, Charles.
-
I wedding marches.Mrs. .
: 'Miss Margaret Morrow left Monday Mrs. M. E. Von Mach and daugh- Charlotte Kruger, Sue Cornette, Mr. and, Mrs. Roy Durrance, Charles
Densten
'',. \ for a visit in' Gainesville.Mrs. / ter, Suzanne, left Sunday for Detroit John Perry, Shari. Land, Ronald let pique street wore length a yellow dress with eye Bing, Lau 'Place, Gene Rooney, Leon
; to visit relatives for a month. Hare, Leland Stubblefield, Bernie Brewer and Dan Padgett.
I blue accessories.: Her corsage was
/ : Paul I. Williams is spending Sue will stay and enter school Thompson, George Ann Suggs, of red rosebuds. Mrs. Tom Der-
there for the coming year. Sammy Griffin and Jean Murphy. LADIES AID NOTICE
: a few days in Tampa; this'weel{ rington, the bride's attendant, worea
--- -
f'I I II peach with white
Howard Leonard crepe acces- Ladies Aid members asked to
Mrs. are
I Mr. and
E. W. Durst spent a couple of SpeerGeorgeMiss
I sories and a corsage of 'white rose
days in Miami over the week-end,I and Mrs. Leonard's brother, Gerald buds. Beverly Derrington, ring I meet at the Red Cross workroom
Fussell of Lakeland and Mr. and next Friday, the 14th, at ten o'-
i bearer, dressed in pink ,
Carl D'auria is spending this Mrs. D. C. DeHaven of Belle' Glade ,-Roberta George, daughterof gandy. was or clock, to sew or 'do other work for

,t" spent Sunday in West Palm Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Robert George, of the Red Cross. Each person is
Buffalo visiting his
week in par- Mrs. Densten is the sister of Dn
Clewiston and Sim L. Speer, Jr., asked to bring his own sandwiches
.. ents. J.V.. Ezelle, of Clewiston, and
Mrs. S. J.: Yoder, and daughter, were married in a quiet ceremony
,- has often visited here. She is a
IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAIDTJ.
Marion, Mrs., Cecile Brooks and in Fort Lauderdale at
'_. E. M. Cornette left, last week performed graduate of Florida State Collegeand
to join his family on a vacation Billy Brooks have moved onto the nine o'clock Thursday evening, July teachers in the Lee County,
in Kentucky.. government reservation in the 30th. Judge Boyd M. Anderson, pro'gress
schools. Mr. Densten is a
house vacated by the, R. R. 'Hooks. friend of the groom, performed the I
0" engineer at the
gunnery M. COUSE-
r Mrs.. Roy Alston is visiting her ceremony which took place in his school. The couple are residing in I
;? sister, Mrs.' Walter Jenkins, at Fort Mrs. Ruth B. Owens spent the home. Fort Myers. Counselor and Attorney at Law '

e1' Myers Beach. 'week-end in Okeechobee with Mr. Witnesses to the ceremony were Hopkins Building-:
and Mrs H. R. Lamb. Mrs. Mrs. Gratton George, sisterinlawof
CROWS ARE HOSTS AT
:' Mrs. Maud ,Hare is leaving today Blanche TUrner. accompanied her the bride, and MrsAnderson.. BARBECUE WEDNESDAY Wednesdays and Saturdays f
j ":' \ for a month's vacation in Waynes- and visited Mr. and Mrs. J. R. After a short honeymoon at the 9:30 to 4:00

.:. ville N. C. Minehan. MacFadden-Deauville Miami
Mr. and Mrs. George Crow were
i Beach. the couple returned to Clew
,
hosts at a barbecue given at their
," Miss' Beth Nail left this week iston and residing temporarily
Miss Sylvia Bass spent the week-; are home Wednesday evening. Ribs
;-> end in Okeechobee with her mother, for Washington, D. C., for a visit at the Clewiston Inn. t were cooked ovler an open fire on

: \ Mrs. Angie Bass.: with her sister, Mrs. R. P. Wainwright Mrs. Speer' is a graduate of the the lawn. Enjoying the party were Johnson's Fish Camp
and Mr. Wainwright. She Clewiston High School and took a
, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Lawrence.
:: Francis Winkler left Saturday to expects to remain in Washington business course in Miami. She is (Near Hurricane Gate)
.. Merrell Lowe, Miss Christine Bell,
spend ,a two weeks' vacation in indefinitely. I employed at the U. S. Engineer office Miss Elizabeth Draughn "of Moore Clewiston, Fla.
Mr. Speer is the son of Mr. Boats and Motors-Guide Service
: Buffalo, New York.] Haven, Dan Padgett and J. D.
Mrs. 0. A. Clarke is recuperating and Mrs. S. L. Speer, Sr., of Rates ReasonableW.
Hooker. .
..
", Joseph Robbins and son, John, from an operation performed Houston, Texas, and is 'flight instructor ,H. Johnson, Mgr.

;.. '" were business visitors in West in Fort Myers last week. Herdaughter" I at Riddle-McKay Aero MRS. DEVALCOURT HOSTESS AT

:' Palm Beach Saturday. "-. ; Myra, Rice, who has been College here. : TEA FOR SISTER TUESDAYThe
f' -- with her there underwent tonsil-
I
Mrs. J. M. Fountain' has returned lectomy this week. BRIDGE CLUBS, home of Mrs John De-

S: from a visit with relatives in, Valcourt was the scene of a pleasant Don't
.; Plant City and Tampa. Miss Frances Morgan left Wed- The Tuesday Evening Bridge informal tea Tuesday" after- ForgetTHAT

>: pesday for a vacation ,of'a few Club met at the home of Mrs. Glen noon, when the hostess ,complimented -

: Mrs. E. C. Brown of Belle Glade weeks in -Highlands, North Caro- Etherton this.week. High score her sister, Miss Mildred Oubrey,

5' 5 spent a few days this week with lina. She was accompanied by her was' made by the hostess and sec- vho is leaving' soon for her home AVE ON, THE HOME:

'j. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Brown. sister Miss Margaret- Morgan. of ond by Mrs. Curtis Thompson.Mrs. in New Iberia, La., after a visit
West Palm Beach. A. W. Lawrence' received consolation here. FRONT ARE EXPECTEDTO

: Bill Bowden spent the weekendin --- 1 Refreshments were typical of the DO

; Okeechobee with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Weeks have 'Mrs. Etherton served ice cream I Louisiana cooking, and were serv-

: Mr. and Mrs. Basil Bowden. moved to Clewiston fftim Moore and cookies to Mrs. 'Thompson, I ed to Mrs. W., A. Davis, Mrs. C. A.

I ---- Haven. They are occupying one Mrs. G. E. Crow, Mrs. Foy Dur- Martinez, Mrs. H. A. W. Hedke, Our Pert

'If. Dr. O. F. Schiffli has returned of the new defense houses on Os- rence, Mrs. V. C. Woodward, Mrs.A. Mrs. F. M. Mueller, Mrs. N. V. S.

l from a visit of several days with ceola Avenue.. Mr. Weeks is Link C. Carlton, Mrs. R. M. Hare, Mumford, Mrs. John Lucaa, Mrs.F. V

',- his family in Highlands, N. C. instructor;' at Riddle Field. Jr., and Mrs Lawrence. M. Rodriguez, Mrs. F. Deane

.. Duff, Mrs. W_,C. Owen, Mrs. C. L.
I, : Mr. and Mrs::' 'Frank Cox will Mr. and Mrs W. L. Brantley Mrs F. E. Conkling was hostess McLendon and Mrs. W. P. Vaughn,

".... return this week-end from a visit have moved into their new homeon members of her bridge club Jr.
in Fort Meade and Frostproof. West Osceola Avenue, just westof Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. J. E.

the M. C. Doke home., Mr. and Beardsley won first prize and Mrs.R. :MR. AND MRS I. S. BELL, JR. Buy More

Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Perry, Miss Mrs. Don" Young have moved into C. Wilson second. A frozen ENTERTAIN ON ANNIVERSARY

Kathleen Lewis and John Perry the house the Brantleys vacated.Mr. fruit salad course was served at i War

',: 'were Sunday visitors in Tampa. refreshment time.. Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Bell, Jr., entertained -
and Mrs. W. D. Grant are I Playing were Mrs. Beardsley, Monday night with a Sa vingsBonds

Gene Goodbread left Wednesday spending this, week in Atlanta I Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. W. C. Owen, Mrs.C. party at their home, the occasion

; for Camp Blanding after spending\ with relatives., Mr Grant is an J. Nielsen, Mrs.' W. E. Dilley, being their first wedding anniversary. -

a ten day furlough in Clewiston. RAF cadet in training at Riddle I Mrs Otto Larsen, Mrs. F. D. Duff, '

I Field. Mrs. Grant is making her, I and Mrs. N, V. S. Mumford.-, Bridge was played during the
Misses Ardis Boltoii and Mildred home at the Inn while her husbandis evening and refreshments of ice I II -

Durst are leaving Saturday to spenda ,here. WEINER ROAST GIVEN AT cream and cake were served to Mr.
Y
.5 5 week's vadation at Miami Beach. BERNER HOME TUESDAY and Mrs. R. M. Hare, Jr., Mr. and
Mr, and Mrs. H. T. Vaughn Mrs George Crowe, Miss Mildred CLEWISTON REALTY

Corp. J. M. Stephens of Camp have nained their baby daughter Carline*? 'and Bob Berner and -JoAnn I I Durst and W. C. Owen,. Jr.

Chaffee, Ark., is spending his furlough Evelyn Virginia Ann. Mrs. Vaughn, Crouch entertained at their and DEVELOPMENT

:, ; with friends-here this week.. 'Mrs. J. Vaughn and the childrenare home with a weiner roast Tuesday, Teresa Seegers, Tommy

returning this week-end from evening.. Outdoor games were play- Sandra Jones, Martha S'1 CORPORATION
Mrs. T. C. Musgrave and son, Palm Beach where they have spent '
ed after supper -by the group of Sandra Gove, Mary Jean
',. F Eddie, are spending their vacationin most of the summer. 'I r
Gene Mills
youngsters, including Beverly Carlton and Sally Burdick.1)
; Youngstown, Ohio, with rela- .----
Grace Ward, Mary Louise Thomas, I ,_ ----- -
tivse. Squadron ,Leader and Mrs. G.
Prewitti
'. Louise and Anne Shirley
Burdick and daughter, Sally, are Owen, Katherine Dyess Kay Bow- g

Mr. and Mrs.. M. A. Thomas and I spending a two weeks' vacation' I den and 'Herbert Walston. .

son, David, spent the weekendin Fort Lauderdale Beach. Wing o\lln9\ ;..

Miami visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. Commander.. K. Rampkling and MISS OUBRKY IS, HONOR. Keep 'em se Bon f $,:;.
Ee n >
Flight Lieutenant G.V.. Nickerson i a
A. Thomas, Jr. /
GUEST'A'r BRIDGE PARTY (): \:YY:
were their guests last weekend -

Edwin 'Young, who is attending, Miss Mildred Oubrey of New
'
school in Tampa, spent the week-l Iberia, Louisiana, who visited her
CLEWISTON COMMUNITY: '
end here' with his parents, M'r. and]1 CHURCH sister, Mrs., John DeValcourt, for I

Mrs. Don Young. I 1 several weeks, was honoree at abridge I

j I party given by Mrs. W.
:Mr.! and Mrs. C. J. Lovvorn left Sunday School-9:45. Vaughn, Jr.. at her home 1"1

'Saturday' for a vacation of two Church-1100. Sermon: "See- afternoon. Pottery bowls

.: weeks, which they planned to spend '.ing Is' Believing." given to Mrs. DeValcourt, who won

in Daytona The Sunday School of Community firstS prize, and to Mrs. W. C. OFFICIAL .
:> Beach Church welcomes all those who Owen who won cut prize. Mrs. J. PHOTOGRAPH U.S. ARMY

Mrs. M. D. Geiger'and Miss Vir- are not attending a Church Schoolto F. Morrison was consoled with ;i SIGNAL CORPS

ginia Lawhon have returned from, unite with them for study and wooden recipe book. Miss Oubrey
worship. There are classes for all
received a quilted make-up' box as
a two weeks' vacation spent in .
Chattanooga, Tenn.. ages. guest remembrance.
Junior Christian Endeavor will Mrs. Vaughn served peach up-

meet Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 in sidedown cake with ice cream and Keep prepared meet rising prices
Mrs. G. B. Thomas, Mary Louise i
the church. All boys and girls lare fresh peaches to Miss Oubrey, ;
.. Thomas, Mrs. F. E. Conkling and invited Mrs. DeValcourt, Mrs. F. M. 1:1: and taxes by adding regularly to

Mrs. .J. W. Ezelle spent Mondayin The Community Church is a Rodriguez, Mrs. 'Morrison, Mrs. H. ,

/ West Palm Beach. church for all denominations. We R. Hall, Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs. c Account here. with

invite all who have no church homein Owen, Mrs. S. L. Crochet Mrs. M. your Savings ..

Mr. and Mrs. M. Mann and chil-I Clewiston to worship with us. M. Prewitt, Mrs J. W. Ezelle, Mrs.E. .

dren, Ellen, Ethel and Henry, of Make this church your place of C. Mills, Mrs. W. E. Bolton and liberal earnings and insured safety.

Jacksonville, are visiting for sev- worsh'lp.Supplies. Mrs. F.. M. Mueller. I
eral days with Mr. and Mrs: M. : August 16, W: Gar-
I .
A. Thomas.. rett Blair, Miami. MARJORIE BROWN'S' FOURTH I

AiiGriinf22,. Rev._ Alexander Linn,
--- --- -- BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED BUY YOUR WAR BONDS HERE1r

Miss Sybil Driggers of Dothan, Miami. .....--
.. Alabama, is the guest of Miss August 30, Rev. Alexander Linn, Marjorie Brown, daughter of

V Hortense Collins. Miss Collins and Miami. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Brown, ,whose s
Miss Driggers spent the'weekend September 6, W. Garrett Blair,
fourth, birthday occurred on Sun-
in Miami. I
FortMyers. day, celebrated with a party at her

home Saturday afternoon.
RED, WIIIITE AND BLUE COLORSAT ,nYiflLt
,Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Brown are Ice cream and cake were servedto

parents of a baby girl, who was WAYNE lUNG'S PARTYA the children, and war savings

born Tuesday in Ludowici,/ Geor- stamp books' ,and balloons were distributed '
, gia, where Mrs. Brown has been patriotic theme was used for as favors. Those invited
l
for several. weeks with her the party at'which Mrs. A. H. were Sharon Crochet, Patsy and

ents. The baby weighed par-I I King entertained a group of 'children Janet Casper, Nancy Moon, Mary
r- I '
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,4e I LI Birth of a GliderGlider I UNIFORM IMPROVED INTERNATIONAL THE CHEERFUL CHERUB ...


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U DOR pilots must first gain their experience through "training glider SUNDAY Lesson .Filla.il misery life with I

which are now coming off the production line for the army air forces. my I j

W EA ON One, of the factories engaged Exclusively in manufacturing them is the Of The By HAROLD.Moody Bible L. LUNDQU1ST.Institute of D.Chicago.D. fe-ZLr BJid doubt. I
taken. (Released by Western Newspaper Union.) Its not pls.ce to
Laister'Kauffman plant at St. Louis, where these pictures were my
"- guide the. world-

Washington, D. C. Lesson for August 9 I guess God knows

U. S. FOREIGN LEGION what 1-le's ihoot.f1C .
don't realize it, bu Lesson subjects and Scripture texts se- CAN'1"
Most people Meted and copyrighted by International 1"1
there are many enemy aliens wh< Council of Religious Education; used by

are officers in the U. S. army. In s old / 1? permission.ABRAHAM'S INTERCESSORY

tact the army, true to the America PRAYER 'i 1

tradition of the melting pot, is mad< 1

up of American citizens of almost }n ,yJ LESSON TEXT-Genesis 182333. Q
every national and racial background GOLDEN TEXT-The effectual fervent ;
including 2,720 German aliens prayer of a righteous man availcth much.- ,,
James 5:16.Prayer .
not to mention 2,700 German WNU Features.

who are naturalized citizens. has been the subject of

The Italian total is 2,472 aliens and thousands of books of sermons with-

3,781 naturalized. In addition, there out end; yet how little it is practiced.

are 644 Japanese in the army, plus Wa are sure changes CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT

3,000 Japanese-Americans, formerly things," and we agree that it is the .
of the Hawaiian national guard, most powerful force at man's dis- "

most of whom are assigned to the posal, but we go right ahead tryingto

100th battalion at Fort McCoy, Wis. change things in our own strength.Our .

S The army goes on the assumption lesson from the life of Abraham -
that any man who wants to fight I -'stresses one important phase of ii MONUMENTS

can be a good soldier. Of course, 1:3 \ prayer-praying for others.

the "enemy aliens" are checked and I. The Nature. of Intercessory
double-checked before they are ad Prayer.

mitted for enlistment. The men who : ; 1. It Is Privilege. u f MtrM.>M..ti.30L.u4.OwnD fh GraK. k.l!>. IoM>0

pass these tests are found, to be even r/ We speak of the burden of prayer, ,,,,.,, ,, 1UY DWICT TDDAT.'r
zealous for the defeat of the : / 'X: ;-'::>'> lft, 4 !4 but let also recall that it is w- ,
more .... :\rXifiFf': .. .., us a ? IKTH NATIONAL MMOUAL CO.
:
.
&" :
; > < : In N.k.'M.r AnnyfiTelling
: i.AIIf"i : <- : :
,. .
American. ; : :
dictators than the average 'h.\t ( !Z1 privilege. Abraham had been hon-
>
:' i.0/iY: fjiJi:
ar: ; :
ored' by a visit from the Lord. The
Latin-American Battalions.To covenant had been renewed and a time in the Navy is on

make the melting pot more The TG-4A is a two-place glider son promised (Gen. 18:1-16). Then the 24-hour system. Morning hoursare

complex, the arm has a Filipino which weighs less than 500 pounds V the Lord, because of His friendshipwith from one to twelve, but after-

infantry battalion, and is forming a and takes a minimum of scarce Abraham, shared with him (v. noon hours are from 1300 to 2400
Norwegians in the Laister (midnight). So if you ask a sailor
build. Jack
battalion for materials to 17) His purpose of judgment on "
? 4e the time and he "seventeen
U. S. and Norwegian-Americans. In- the designer, and president of the wicked Sodom and Gomorrah. says ,
subtract 12 and five
struction and conversation in this How glorious to be on such inti- you get
in amateur glider
plant, is famous o'clock in the afternoon. It's sim-
the Norwegian lan-
unit will be in mate terms with God-to know Him
and soaring circles.A pler if you ask him what cigarettehe
and to know His plans"and purposes.
guage.
thousands large part of the construction 1 \5 smokes. Chances are he'll say:
Equally eager to fight are > Would you enjoy having ,such fel-
of Latin-Americans, especially work at this plant is beinghandled lowship? You may through Jesus "Camel," for Camel is the favor-

from the nearer countries, suchas by women. Picture at top Christ and through the study of ite cigarette among 'Navy men as

Cuba and Mexico. The officeof shows a group of them busy in the God's holy Word. well as among men in the ,Army,

the U. S. military attache in rib and wing assembly section. / v 2. It Is a Duty. Marines actual sales, Coast records Guard.from(Based servicemen's on

Havana Is flooded with applicationsfrom Right: Dressing down a pieceof o' kro.tJ Privilege brings corresponding re- stores.) Local dealers are
Cubans who want to sponsibility. The two men went
young wood for the glider's wing.l.itT.tWt.nJt featuring Camel cartons as gifts
wear the uniform of Uncle Sam. toward Sodom, ,but "Abraham stood
for men in the 'service from the
Most of them would renounce Cuban yet before the Lord" (v. 22), to
folks back home.-Adv.
citizenship if necessary.But pray for the wicked cities.

what they do not realize, is Those who know God's plans are

that if they come to the United to share them in prayer. Those NO ASPIRIN

States, they are likely to be swept who have audience with the King of ? .',

into the U. S. army, whether they M n Kings are those to carry the blessed So can domore for you thanSt.Joseph Aspirin.
f's why pay more? World's largest sellerat
like it or not. Within five days after burden of prayer for others as wellas lOt. 36 tablets 20*, 100 for only 33*.

entering this country, aliens must ? y Dotiy for themselves.Are .
{
register for the draft, and they had Ore praying for our nation, ,

better leave the country pronto if ?ywin }'A: F r s9$+ t r /d .} $;e}.; for its President and leaders; for PermanentFame,

they don't 'want to be inducted.Not our city, for our church, our fami- No true and permanent fame

yet arranged, but highly de- lies, our children, our friends? can be founded, except in labors

sirable, is a Latin-American bat.* :: }y.y,4.xf.tipaw.y/S .. ?xk; t" / }? wy. !. xw 5 3. It Is'a Reality. which promote the 'happiness of

talion. There are now ten Latin- @a: 7C SS I ,v Some modern religious leaders mankind.-Charles-- Sumner. -i

American countries which have de- y} k would take all reality out of prayer
-
Axis and thou: h j Y.r'4 c ;b making it sort of spiritual exercise
clared war on the CJv 75GIa h .err ;f{ { : by a -
sands of their young men want to : :aI which operates only on the c ; 1fIuJSu/?

follow up that' declaration with ; soul of the o.ie: who prays, giving aches and pains il

something more than police duty at 5 ,!. him new strength and a sense of

home. well being. Undoubtedly the very ,,,j RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

t S t1"' fellowship with God which is inher- E

BACKBREAKERSAn 7't: ;; u$ ent in true prayer 'is spiritually

American diplomat returning y: beneficial but is objective,
... C ... ; prayer -
from Italy tells this revealing story y ', ::4. .v, ., not merely subjective. It deals with ,.w
EF. +
about the true sentiments of the ,...' _.____mm.---"m-, xt4t.r .t }' nations and cities, men and women, (
:
Italian people.In :::: ;:>t ittRKfiWi'f w<,tt%, .{;;k,: The men employees of the }A....j.. .<:. :...<.:..t problems and sin and sorrow. It
his.office at the U. S. embassyin '0m..x'.V:" i>;(::: : .'. >':":, concerns every need of manphysical ,
+ n%% btggltder plant spraying wing ;.:'.f::::'O' :
it mental and spiritual.II. .
Rome he found When a he clerk inquired, an Italian what [t Jl ;f1t M0.AtWMI': dope? and stenciling! the army j.S'i7J. : \ ,. The Spirit of Intercessory Urge Bottled( u'eman+]'1 -Small Size 60c|

girl, crying. "''' } insignia on wings for the first (? A' IT au tOOfl DROE STOlES ir IT Mill ti rictipt Idea
she replied: "Oh I'm : f : ; ;< Prayer.
was wrong, Zmfj.1 line model. Y>iL' MCNEIL DRUG co.,inc. '
ashamed to be an Italian. You re- + production! ._ .. > 1. Unselfish. 5,30 Broad Street-Jacksonville, Florida i \
member what boasting the Fascistsdid Abraham had the assured bless- i iI

about the Greek campaign? ing and promise of God. The cities I

They said: 'We will break their.kid- were' wicked and unrepentant. If HOUSEWIVES: !
But everybody knows who he had taken the attitude of many
neys.
really beat the Greeks; it was not church folk, he would have said, "It Your Waste Kitchen Fats I

our army; it was the Germans. But serves them right. Wipe out their Are Needed for Explosives

now-have you seen the poster on wickedness." But Abraham prayedfor TURN 'EM IN! *
them in complete unselfishness.Can .
the streets this morning? And the
girl broke into tears again. those who know the spirit of

The diplomat looked outside at the Christ be selfish in prayer? "IDDLE-AGE" !
2. Bold and Courageous.
poster, which that day was appear-
ing all over Italy. It showed a Note the reverent boldness with 3 8521 ,

Greek soldier lying on his face, y r which Abraham pleaded the cause WOMEN (yrs.old/

with a steel bar across his back. On --a r of the cities. God is not displeasedto HEED THIS ADVICE I

top of the bar was the Fascist in- have us press our cause in If you're cross, restless, suffer hot
signe, and on the side, the swastika. prayer; in fact, the Bible reveals flashes.nervous feelings, dizziness,
that He' frequently answers accord- distress of "Irregularities"-caused
The caption read: "We said we by this period Injj woman's life-try
to the earnestness with which
would break their kidneys. Musso ing Lydla E. PlnKhanVs Vegetable Com-
men pray. He has always honored pound at oncelPinkham's
lini is always right. Compound Is made
and used men of holy courage. especially for women, and famous
Note: All reports from Italy tell]]
3. Persistent.No to help relieve distress due to this
of a growing disgust with the Mussolini God-likes female functional disturbance.
not even a
one- Thousands thousands of.
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government, and a growing upon
Remember those who have reported gratifying
"quitter. women
rS r
of the Germans. But the .
hatred benefits. Follow label directions.WORTH J
their
heard for importunity?
too cowed to revolt. the training were TRYING!
people are Skeleton of
r... S/pkY u YQ YYrk Qt;, ', yr ,v: f.ryri (Luke 11:8; 18:1-8). Many pray like
eNOCHAUFFEUR
3 In is Jack
i S Y PX r4"v S KFN ; : /1o/ glider. rear 'the little boys on Halloween. They
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ARNOLD Laister. ring the bell and run. !
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Trustbusting Thurman Arnold hail, n,55\ 7 WNU-7 31--42MayWorn
Abraham persisted; fifty, forty-
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from the small town of Laramie,
C' fyKxyi five thirty twenty, ten- -
forty, per
and he doesn't
see rea-
Wyo., any :3'S t iih{' ;1 !{1fcS he should not have stoppedeven !,
he should hire chauffeurto Z :, i..y..a S,} tYx"i,( : y .5 haps
son why' a :
v
there. God who saw his 11
drive his car. So he drives it CC4.rrE ,r\wt per- I II'
%, sistent faith went the rest of the '
himself. s.
Kf; and saved the only four who
One evening, after he and Mrs. way 1. -
Arnold had been dinner guests of I t"4 r N ; .C F.::..:.; r>; 7n could be saved, and even of those of Disordered r(. j I
r.v r.aqti !
:>tX};'Gt:, ,o/:' three were infected with the wickedness Kidney Action
Mrs. Evalyn (Hope Diamond) : i' ,l, to; s :
',: 7. ;} .22YtiH of the place.
McLean, they were going out the : : : : : ? Modem life with lu hurry and worry
y rQn. i% The Result of Intercessory Irregular habits, improper' eating and
3 ; .Y ID.
front door, when the doorman said G' drinking-iu risk of exposure and infection -
in his most elegant manner, "ShaliI '?' Prayer. -throws heavy strain on the workof
God had to destroy the cities. the kidneys. They are apt to become
call your car, Mr. Arnold? over-taxed and fail to filter excess acid
s' There are some kinds of violent from the lifegivingblood.
With a dour expression on his and other impurities

face, Arnold said, "You can call it, infection which must be destroyed by You. suffer nagging backache. ,
but I don't think it will come." 'f4 fire for the sake of others. Out of headache may, dizziness, getting up nights
the destruction, however, God did leg pains, swelling-feel constantlytired
out. Other signs
all worn
CAPITAL CHAFF deliver the righteous Lot, which was of kidney nervous or bladder disorder are sometimes -
doubtless Abraham's real desire. burning scanty or too frequent'' ;;:r. :;
,
C. The Thurman Arnolds are mourning urination.
over the fact that Angelica has God hears and answers prayers. Try Do an'. Pill Doan't help the
Wallace's I That is not only the testimony of kidneys to pass off harmful excess body
eaten Henry corn. When e 1 have had more than half a
They
A waste.
the vice president heard about it, he r His Word, but of countless Chris- century of public approval. Are recom-

having given the Arnolds a presentof tian men and women down throughthe Ask mended by neighbor grateful! users everywhere.
your
cornhe remarked ages even to our day. The one I
Iowa hybrid : 1 \
"' YUx..<,, n. '_ y '-"" ",,>.-'-WPTmwu'K"A; rOU{,Y D who would deny the efficacy of
the "did
"I hope corn Angelica some

good." Angelica is the Thurman The glider is re-assembled at the airport, and is given a final check prayer must face an overwhelming I I1

Arnolds' cow. before taking initial flight. Inset: Wing insignia for glider pilots. flood of authenticated answers. i!

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Which promotes cultural understanding difficulty will be overcome. water.

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entals and ourselves, wants a A finger cut from an old glove A simple way to freshen white

list of movies which really and slipped over' the end of a washing silk which has become

represent American life. She curtain-rod enables it to be pushed yellow through constant washingis
through curtain-hems of'the finest to add milk to the rinsing water
ought to include Pride; of the net without catching and tearingthe and allow it to soak for a few

:; Yankees ," starring Gary fabric. minutes before squeezing out.

Cooper, with Teresa Wright playing
opposite him. It's the story of Lou

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rather shy young man who loved his r
mother and worked hard, attaining Old Favorite Quilt ( J. Fuller PepBy

success and the honest admirationand

affection of his countrymen. A JERRY LINK

.Jp; typical American, we hope. DOUBLE WEDDING RING-be-
quilt of, many generationsreturns' -
It'soade too bad 'that the dim-out :ar-
in all its tradition-
the of Kleig lights for 'the
: use
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laden beauty. This
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opening of this swell.picture. 'Never "
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'I Sandwiches Plus
Lynn Says: 9
fi k
, 'i Your fling with summer isn't quite The Score Card: Your best bar- .

I, l' complete without one or a dozen gains during the present can be A
with those
picnics found in eggs and cheese, so planto
i sandwiches that
fortify your meals generously : r Uncle Jed always used to say,
-
good
taste ,
r so with both of these foods. "Things'd be a whole lot pleas-
I I ':r :. bubbling hot coffee The campaign to save fats is S3 anter If folks would Just live GO'S
k i't and fresh, they'd never be ashamed to sell
under and it's
really getting way, -
juicy fruit to top : the family parrot to the town
said 'N good policy on your part to turn gossip."
t that outdoormeal.
off all excess fats to your butcher.Economy's An speakln' o' parrots, reckonI
% ;, You'll have yours if you ,use a must sound like one. the way
fun with these I'm always talkin' about vitaminsan'
variety of meat cuts in planningyour
KELLOGG'S PEP! But It's
simple things, even if you don'tmake I 'menus. Best bargains can eight pieces, so you have your mighty Important to get your
a long trip in the family car be found in the less used cuts choice of working with small vitamins-all of 'em! And

to some far-away, favorite picnic' such as liver, sweetbreads, heart, pieces or ones which are a bit KELLOGG'S PEP is extra-strong
grounds. Try the back yard, the I in the two vitamins, Bi and D,
kidneys, rump roasts, etc. TERESA WRIGHTdid larger. that are most likely to be shortin
parks, the beach or even that shady unlimited I *. *
\_ Primary or produc- ordinary meals. An', PEP'Splumb
spot down the road a mile or so for tion in canned fruits is decreedfor another picture have such a first The quilt size is the same, in either delicious, too!I1M1
this year's picnic. case-an ample 86 ,by 99. Turn spare
I the following items: peachesand night; it took place simultaneouslyin moments into useful moments
t Scrub your favorite picnic hamper pears (not whole), pectin, 40 RKO houses in New.'York, and Double Wedding Ring; prints bypiecingthe ; plain p p

clean and sun-dry it to assure fruit cocktail, fruit for salad, and more'than'100,000 people attended it. color and white or a pastel are required.
your food freshness and cleanliness.Fill concentrates of grapefruit, lemon -7: The pattern No. Z8131 Is 15 cents." Send' A delicious cereal supplies, per serving
it to the brim with exciting lime and your order to: (1 o;.): the'full minimum daily need of
orange. indigestion vitamin D the need vitamin .
If Richard Haydn develops ;1/4, daily of Bi'Uncle'
sandwich combinations that your
it will be the fault of the AUNT. MARTHABox
(!family will get such a surprise when 15, minutes, then decrease heat to writers of "No Time for Love." 166.W Kansas City, Mo.
they begin digging into the pleasant moderate (350 degrees), and bake 45 : Enclose
That's the new Claudette Colbert- 15 cents for each pattern DignifiesIn
recesses of the big basket. minutes longer or until done. Serve
Fred MacMurray comedy, and desired. Pattern No......... .. ... Burma, most men upon.
Are you in a quandary as to what hot or cold.Munching. !
.' Haydn eats in one 0 of his reaching maturity or achieving
sandwiches 'to 'make? Well; 'glance'over : : h golden crisply fried every Name .......:.......................
on ,
scenes. Might sound like heavento prominence add the initial "U" to

the following combinations for cold chicken is many a picnicker's some, but not to him! Address ............................. their name to give it additional dig-
r some really tasty ideas in fillings: dream of the perfect 'outing. Thisis -71 nity. It stands for Uncle.

Chopped bacon (broiled until easily managed if you fry the

4 crisp) and hard-cooked egg, mois- chicken the night before, let it standin They probably won't give Jerry Buried HangarsThe .
Bulkley a chance to dance in "Du
tened with softened then
mayonnaise or refrigerator; wrap jn "CHAFE-GUARD"
Barry Wasa, Lady"; probably won't
butter. waxed paper to take to the picnicthe .
even know that she's a dancer. She's type "C" hangars of the Get cooling protection against chafe by
Sliced ham and American cheese next day:
gone to Hollywood with a group of RAF in England even defy detec- treating your tender feet to a soothing rub
lettuce, sandwich spread. .Country-Fried Chicken. fellow models, and if they have an tion by strangers walking around with Mexican Heat Powder. Costs little.

-.. Cream cheese, finely ,minced on- (Serves 6 to 8) opportunity to do more than just them, says Collier's. They are

ion, chopped stuffed olives. 2 3-pound chickens look pretty they'll be lucky. New vast storage rooms about 50 feet Having Contentment

Chipped beef, ground fine, mixed 54 cup flour York models aren't very enthusiastic underground,'connected by an ele- The contented man is never

j with crumbled Roquefort ,cheese, tablespoons salt about Hollywood any more; mostof vator to a roomless- farmhouse on poor; the discontented never rich.
seasoned with Worcestershire sauce. ,1 teaspoon pepper them refuse to go. 'Even $200 a the surface. -George Eliot.

i Liver sausage, mashed, seasoned Lard or shortening for frying week for three months or so doesn't As the building has no runwaysfor

; with chili sauce. }4 cup butter tempt them, since they may never the planes, the incoming shipsare

.. Summer sausage, ground with Clean chickens and cut in pieces face a movie camera in that time, towed from the nearest air- 'Gas

t sweet or bread and butter pickles, suitable for serving. Mix flour with and when they come home folks port into I an attached shed, while on StomachRelieved
salt and pepper think didn't make in 5 minutes or double money back
moistened with mayonnaise. they just good. the outgoing ones are catapultedfrom When excess stomach acid causes painful suffocatIng -
and place in pa- ---7'-- another on the opposite side I gas sour itomach and heartburn,doctors usually
Cucumber, chopped fine, excess prescribe the fastest-acting medicines !known for
bag.
Place
per of the house. eynytomaticrelief-medicines I I like those In Bell-ans
moisture ,drained off, mixed with several pieces of Sounds strange; but here's whatwe Tablets. No laxative. Bell-ana brings comfort In a
salt Metro about important Jiffy or double your money back OD return of bottleto
and
cream cheese, pepper. chicken in the hear from an us. 2Sc at all druggists

Peanut butter mixed with honey. bag, and shake to role. in Katharine Hepburn's '
coat picture, "Keeper of the Flame." The Seven Notable ThingsSeven
Tuna or salmon, flaked, mixed evenly with .
with lemon juice, finely chopped cel- flour. Take out actor chosen will portray the star's FOR QUICK REllff !

l ery and mayonnaise to moisten. and fry chicken husband, and will appear in seven
"Make-your-own" until brown, slowly, 'in the lard important scenes before meeting things you never regret:
sandwiches are death in accident. After thathe'll Showing kindness to an aged per-
loads of fun for picnics. Just which has been placed in a heavy an A Soothing C A I WET
pack son ;
writtenin
your lunch box skillet. When all the chicken has still be a' key figure in the pic ; destroying the letter ANTISEPTIC ftm V >d
.... ture. But-he'll never speak a anger; offering the apology that
with meat loaf or W been browned, dot with butter, cov- Used by thousands with satisfactory fe-i
ham loaf er closely and let cook for aboutan word. Swell chance to be paid for saves a friendship; stopping a \ suits for 40 years-six valuable ingredients. -/ ..
; already ,. i L hour over low heat. Or if keeping mum! scandal that was wrecking a repu- Get Carboil at drug stores or write
baked at home. y ( you '" Spurlock-Neal Co., Nashville, Tenn.
--7.--- tation; helping a boy find himself;
Provide the crowd prefer, after chicken is fried, let
.
with bread and 1 cook in a moderate (350-degree) The latest addition to the new taking time to show your mother

butter; and let I r oven until done. Uncover during crop of players recently signed by consideration, accepting the judg- It Can Happen
: them slice the '-.AIr last 15 minutes of cooking time to Metro' is William Bishop, nephew of ment of God on any question.-Roy Remember that you may be mis-

meat for their own sandwiches: brown and crisp chicken. Helen Hayes. He's six feet two, with L. Smith. taken.-Oliver Cromwell.

*Ham Picnic Loaf. Potato Salad dark brown hair and eyes, and has

\ Vz (Serves 10)) 6 potatoes(,Serves cooked 8)in jackets won played fame'in stock as a football and in various player.stage He's .

a 1 !1A teaspoon cup quick-cooking pepper tapioca J/4 cup french dressing plays in New York; in two of themhe ((1 'c\\\\\ ARE You"Powg'

teaspoon paprika 1 onion, chopped fine supported his famous'aunt.., He

1 teaspoon Worcestershire 1 cup celery, chopped fine has also appeared on her radio pro- -

1 tablespoon minced onion sauce V/2 teaspoons salt gram. A coming star, maybe. I
i 1 recipe cooked dressing ---f--: tk 11'
i 1 pound lean ham, ground !
withWI.I1TRSMITH'S
1 pound lean pork, ground Peel potatoes, and cube. Mari- Another newcomer to the screenis MAlARIA?

2 cups milkCombine nate in french dressing for % hour. Lenore Aubert, chosen by Samuel

s tapioca with Combine with other ingredients, and Goldwyn to play opposite Bob Hopein '
ingredients in order remaining chill thoroughly before serving. Gar. "They Got Me Covered." Bornin "
given. Bake in
nish with 1-
paprika.
,3 a>j' a loaf pan in a hot (450-degree) oven Jugoslavia, daughter of a gen- -rAKE
Cooked Dressing. eral in the Austrian army in pre-

A teaspoon salttablespoon Hitler days, she worked in picturesin

V sugar Vienna. She was discovered bya
PICNIC BASKET IDEASI. 2 tablespoons flour talent scout while appearing in a

V/z tablespoons butter play in Los >Angeles._ Goldwyn did

1 teaspoon dry-mustard more testing for this role than he
is Assorted Sandwiches 2 egg yolks has for any in several years. It's TOnIC 71J

Pickles Potato Chips 3A cup milk I a break for Miss Aubert-she has .
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WholeTomatoes % cup vinegar been signed to a seven-year. con-
Watermelon Oatmeal Cookies Combine dry ingredients. Add egg. 'I' tract.

t _4. Beverage yolks, blending carefully, then mix --- ,!- CONSISTENT
H in butter, milk and vinegar slowly. Bob Hawk's "How Am I Doin' "
: II.'CountryFried. 'Cook until thick in double boiler., I show has been on the air for exactly

Chickenor Let cool before adding to salad. I half a year, and in that time 211 ADVERTISING

Have you a particular household or contestants have walked off 'with

I "Ham Picnic Loaf cooking problem on which you would like winnings totaling $15,213. The aver-' .When advertising is carried on for a long enough time, the '
Whole Wheat, Rye or White Brea'dCole expert advice? Write to Miss Lynn Chant take according to Quizmaster a
age ,
r bers at Western Newspaper Union, 210 name of the product advertised becomes a part of the daily '
Slaw
Hawk is from $10 to $480 Mrs. -
Fresh Pears Brownies South Desplaines Street, Chicago, Illinois, ; life 'of the household, a trusted and respected thing. Nothing t-
William Riley, a South Bend, Ind.,
explaining your problem fully to her. can be consistently advertised unless it is worthy of
Beverage Please enclose a stamped, self-addressed housewife, is the top winner. Six '..'/
that and =
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!-4If Recipes Given envelope for your reply. contestants have gone over the $400 trust respect.
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EIGHT THE CLEWISTON NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 7. 19i2

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be taken as confessed- by him; an;I (SEAL) WILLIAM T. HULL, I
County Board To Sixth Sugar Stamp I Men Between 17-33 Can that this order be published onceeach I) Clerk Circuit Court
week for four consecutive weeks in Hendry County Florida.

Dig Drainage Ditches Good Until Aug. 22 Now Leave At Once For the Done Clewiston and ordered News. this 3rd day of I,IH..Solicitor\A. RIDER.for Complainant. I I

I August 1912. \. August 7-14-21-28. ".
,
Their Recruit Training
-- (Hendry; County News) Sugar ration stamp 6 can be .,

The board of county commissioners used by purchasers until August -

Tuesday instructed Clerk Wil- 22. Number\ 6 coupon -was good According to word' released by
the state marine headquarters in
liam T. Hull to secure the necessary from July 25 to ,the' 22nd of this Orlando, young men desiring to J JS.

'right of way for three proposed month. enlist in -"Fighting Marines"can

'drainage ditches. The bonus coupon, number 7, now leave at tnce for their
'
One would run from state road is good for two pounds of sugar recruit training and not have to

164 at the Dr. C. E. Weaver place per person and must be used by wait after filing enlistment appli S 6JI
the 22nd or not at all.. Merchants, cation.
west to empty into Hog Slough,
another from the Happy Widow bar said that not all housewives had I II All young men between the ages I I 1 l t I i

location west -to empty into the I availed themselves of the ,bonus as of 17-33 are now eligible for serv-

Caloosahatchee' at Rope Bend anda yet. ice in either the Regular or Reserve

third at the J. W. Diehl place Marine Corps, combat duty.! Ex- 't. '

which is owned by W. H. Saxton, OX COLLAGE HOARD Marines up to 37 may reenlist for I .

this also to empty into the river active duty. 1 I / E i i' 1 i
Under the present Marine train \",
at' Rope Bend. Dennis small accepted a place \
ing plan men are given seven
The cost ,will be between $5,000 i Friday on the board of trustees of <,:. ,
I weeks of recruit training at Parris :->
and $7,000 and will be paid out Thomas A. Edison college in Fort :
I in recruit
Island, S. C. While 4 ,
of surplus gas tax money whichHendry Myers. He was unanimously elect- \ A
:!: training men are given examina- "tcv.4i.r
County has on credit with ed, at a board meeting held the aib wL
tions for specialized duty with the s
the state road department. I I previous Tuesday. \ I
marine These"examinations
corps. ENJOY THECOMFORTS 'phl II IIII
The board approved the *errors Mr. Small is Hendry County tax cover: air mechanics, metalsmiths,

and insolvency list amounting to assessor, city tax assessor, chair- I welders, photography, radio'

'$240, as. submitted to' Tax Collector man of the board of trustees of telephone, motor transport distilla- f

R. N. Miller. Mr. Miller said LaBelle schools, chairman of the tion; engineers corps and quarter- OF t

this list showed the lowest total local chapter' of the Red .Cross, masters dept. MODERN 1
in the his- president of the Peace River Bap-
'amount of any; prepared All young men can, contact any
tory of the county. He said tist Association and superintendentof of the Marine State Recruiting Streamline

ther that part of this amount fUr-j the Sunday School of the First Offices, either by mail or person, I

likely would be paid before Baptist Church. and get complete information on BusesDependable "

.. this nation's finest branch of serv-

NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS \ ice. Service -
Marine Recruiting Stations are
I
Notice Is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Hen- now located in the Post Office
dry County, Florida, has prepared, as required by law, the following: estimates Low Fares
of the necessary; and ordinary expenses of the various funds of Hen- Building in Tampa, Jacksonville
dry County, Florida contemplated for the fiscal year commencing: October Miami,. West Palm Beach and Travel via Florida Motor Lines MAIN LINE to all Florida' i
3st, 1942. and ending; September I .
iOf. I -
Marine State Flor- .
I .UE FUND Headquarters; : and the North. ; :
211' Salaries and mileage of County Commissioners ---.-..-..-...-._....___?5000.00 ida Bank Building, Orlando. 04.
':212 Clerk to the Board -...-----.._---...-___.__.___...M....._.....____ ; 2400.00
219 Attorney to Board, Sheriff and County Agent _____.._....____...W 3000.00 r Northbound-Cross-State! to Tnmpn :
221 Clerk Circuit Court .....-...____.__.__. --_.. -. 60.00 AWARDED PENNANTS
224 'Tax Assessors Commission __.___._.....__.._._..__.___.._.._......___.__..._.-._ 1,700.00 Lv. CANAL POINT 5.20 AM 10:30 AM 1:40 PM 3:30 PM
225 Tax Collectors, Commission ..___.____..______.._________... 1700.00 Ar. LAKELAND 9:30 AM 3:25: ,PM 6:15 PM 8:25 PM
'241 Maintenance of Courthouse __.._._..___._.__.__ ..._____......_..__................__.. 2500.00 LAKELAND, Aug. 5-FNS: ) Ar. TAMPA 10:50 AM 4:30: PM 7:20 PM 9:30 PM
261 Elections and Supervisor of Registration.:_._.:..______...._.___.. 1000.00 The Food Machinery Corporation
262 Legal advertising ______.____----.....:._____.__"_._ 550.00 SouthboundGoingLv.
'269 Stationary and printing __._?.__.___.____---"______.__.___._____ 350.00 manufacturing war materials for CANAL POINT 12:15
'2690 Record books __:.......___._......__________._ .. _._ 250.00 the army and navy, was awarded Ar. MIAMI 3:55 ,AM 2:00 PM 3:50 PM 4:00 PM 5:55 PM
'2691 Lights, telephone and telegrams _..._.__...___._____W_.._._.___.._.._...___ 650.00 production for excellence AM 5:30 PM 7:20 PM 7:30 PM, 9:40 PM
'2692 and premium County officials bonds ____.____0-_.___ 520.00 pennants
2693 Insurance -.---._-____..__.._.____..__,._.:....:._.__.._____.__ 300.00 I j last week. Returning
361 Coronors Inquest, fees and cost ____._:'___...?.____ _____ 150.00 Lv. MIAMI 2:00 AM 7:00 AM 9:00 AM 10-.00 AM .
441 Maintenance of Jail ---___.____.__.__._...--.::.,_?..____. ....'"--___ 200.00 The Florida concern was named CANAL POINT 5:20 AM"' 10:30 AM 12:20 PM 1:40 PM 12:01 3:30 pr.r.AI'
537 Maintenance of cemeteries .-.-..------..----.-.. .......--.....-_...-......-.- 400.00 with 19 others. throughout the Pit
'562 Insanity Inquest -._...._._._,_.___._._...___....._....:.....:...-___.,__...___.._.... '. 50.00 Northbound to Tallahassee ,
563 General welfare -.---__..___ _.__.:.__..._:.:.._..._.__.;;...__.__ 3,500.00 country by Under-Secretary of the COST' LESS THAN DRIVING
*689 Defense .-.....------.________.__.........___.____.___ 2,000.00 Navy James V. Forrestal and UnderSecretary Lv. CANAL POINT ._.._._...__.12:20 PM
699 Contingencies and emergencies _.__.___.__..___.-:-_.:.___..________ 1000.00 of War Robert H. Ai1. ORLANDO .._....._. _......._....._._ 4:35 PM 1'IIumi _..._...._....._ $ 1.80 $ 3.2.
Ar. OCALA _._ 7:25 PM
27280.00 Patterson. TALLAHASSEE--' _' _..._._...12:10 AM Jackson,411 c ,.... 4.:>: 8.29 t
FINE AND FORFEITURE FUND Tampa ___........ '_ 2.: : 4.60 s
321 Clerk Circuit Court fees and cost .--.-.-..----- -u- ----.-..-.-__.? 300.00 SLAYING Northbound to Jacksonville Lakeland ._.:._ 2.10. '3.80
323 County Judges, fees and cost _____.__..____.._. _._ _._ 3,200.00 OP TICK INFESTED .
"324 Justice of the Peace fees and cost ___._._..:...:.._? ____--:"' __ 300.00 DEER WILL START SOON Lv. CANAL POINT _.................12:20 PM Orlando __:,._._' 2.30 4.15
325 Sheriff fees, cost jail guard and commissions ___-.:.._..._.___...____ 9750.00 Ar. JACKSONVILLE _;..%.__._..12:01 AM Tallahassee _. 6.35 11.45
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326 Constable fees and cost --_._____.__.____...;.. ____.______.. 50.00 (Via ,Orlando) Lake City __ 4.60 8.30
329 Other court cost and fees -_._____.____.__. .__ .:...._._..._..._ _---.. 300.00 TALLAHASSEE 5-FNS 'POINT' Atlanta ..__.._'.__" 16.50Ar.
0.15
362 Feeding and care of prisoners _.__._. .._._L. ._.__._. __..:_....___ 3,500.00 Aug. ) Lv. CANAL _. 5:20 AM
687 Fish and Game Conservation _.________...::....._.,_-.___..___.__ 300.00 -Returning from Washington, Dr. JACKSONVILLE Via __- 4:00 PM Savannah '-' ...... 6.45 I1.GO
699 Contingencies and emergencies 500.00 I ( Winter Haven) Jllrmlnhnm ._ 10.80 19.45
"-- '-'- "": 7"-------- J. V. Knapp, state' veterinarian of
Yi '. ... ....._........_
.r: the Lv. CANAL POINT -- 1:40 PM New York _..._ 17.3. 31.25
/ ." $18,200.00 Livestock ,Sanitary Board', expressed -I Ar. JACKSONVILLE ?....._......... 1:15 AM Direct Connection At ..JackI -
412 Labor on roads and ROAD bridge AND tender BRIDGE_.__,__FUND_-** __, :.;;.._.. ._.$6,000.00. confidence that the ,program -'I (Via. '\Vinter Haven.--.). Monville tI'h'. Tallahassee and Lake f"'" '

"442 Road machinery. and equipment ,.________.___.._..__.....:.. ._.____. '1500.00 to eradicate deer tickA In Greyhound Linen
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449 Rent of equipment --_-_._._..___..:._ __.__.__:....:._...,.... .. ... 1,800.00 Florida will be furthered by Lv. .CANAL POINT .__..._.__.._ 3:30 PM I For All Points North and
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'461 Road material _-_.__._____.__.._..__._..,._....:...:..._._..:...:_._._._......_.. 800.00 Ar. JACKSONVILLE Via Lakeland: .4:45' AM Went.
463 Payment to cities -----_________.___.._.____._..... 300.00 contemplated slaying of infested ( )
'469 Supplies and expenses _.__......._.....:........-,..____._:.._....:.......;.._._.._____ 3,000.00 deer in Seminole reservations of
472 Road machinery --.__________.....:..__...:..::.. ____._._ 900.00 DR. H. B. MILLER, .Agent MILLER'S.DRUG STORE
699 Contingencies and emergencies _____..__.__......:_._?......___..._.... 1,000.00PUBLICITY Hendry and Collier Counties.. '
PHONE 3921 CANAL POINTg'emrz'

15300.00
FUND IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
685 Money to be 'expended for publicity purposes ._.._:,:-.-..."::--.-..-.........,$2,000.00 TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
J MOTHERS PENSION FUND > TilE STATE OF FLORIDA Iff AND
561 Mothers pensions ._...-------..-.....:-.-.-.-.---.:....--..:...-..-..--..:.-----_...,...1000.00 FOR HENDRY COUNTY.IN .
.' COURTHOUSE BOND INTEREST AND SINKING FUND CHANCERY.
.761 Interest on 36000.00 bonds outstanding ..:. ....:._.__:.....$3.12000 -'
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.762 Bonds maturing --,__ .___..._.. .______....,... ____"...:. 4000.00
763 Commission and 'expense '_'_._._.._.. __._.,__._.ZL_.__?_._..-.,..-- ZL-.ZZ". 10.00 HESTER, SUSAN ROSE.
Complainant
p'ot'otr fr >rs
vs.1IAULTIE.

COURTHOUSE BOND INTEREST AND SINKING FUND NUMBER$7,130.00 2 EVERETT. Defendant ROSE l ,
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ASSUMED
"761,xrDu-e Notice Glades. County assumed FROM by Hendry GLADES County COUNTY--.-.._- q._...__ ._._...-...$300.00 To Maultie of. residence Everett is :Rose unknown, whose: place
IS further
Hendry County, Florida gIventhat will at its the meetipg Board of County Commissioners of It appearing from the sworn bill.1) I i
'at 11 o'clock A. M. consider and on Tuesday. September 8th. 1942 filed in said court wherein said I
act
upon the foregoing estimates and
,
:adopted the same shall as plainant seeks a divorce from t
constitute fixed expenditures ,for and I ,
against the
general funds above said defendant that the place' of
1942, and ending September mentioned for the fiscal year commencing October 1st, dence of said defendant is
Done and ordered by the 30th.Board 1943. It .is now, therefore, ordered that resl-1
County of County Commissioners of Hendrv said defendant be and is
:(SEAL)' FlorIda regular session, this 4th day of August A. D. 1942. appear in said cause on September. 7i,
J. O. DAVIDSON. 1942,. at the Clerk's office in the
Chairman Board of County; Commissioners Hendry County, Florida, courthousein
Attest: WILLIAM T. HULL. Hendry Count; > Florida. the City of LaBelle, Florida other-
Clerk. wise the allegations of ,said .bill will
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