The Clewiston news
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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 14, 1942
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
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1"i: .Do Negroes Dictate To Florida White Labor?

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r :1 I ,. '.' RUSSELL KAY: I Hod Carriers and Common Laborers Union. He went to the wife of his good fortune. Several days went by and I as-

I : ,Secretary Florida, Press' Association I. union headquarters where a NEGRO in charge told him he sumed, of course, that he was on the job. Then he came
i I would have to pay an initiation fee of, $10.10. That is what ,, again to ,my office. He was mentally sick with worry. He

I had known him as a gangling, bashful, barefoot boy he had come ,to see me about. He didn't have 'even the had been to the union hall time and time again only to
and hadn't set eyes on him for years. He 'came to my office ten cents, let alone the ten dollars and he asked me to be told there was no work -they" weren't putting anybodyon.

I ;, four months ago, a, husky, young man, sun-tanned, rug- lend it to him so he could get a job.I II '

ged. I didn't remember him at first. loaned him the money, giving him my check for: Picking up the, telephone, I called the union hall to '
He apologized for troubling me and for his appearance; "' $10.10, and told him to get a receipt. He returned to the see if I could find out what the trouble was. A surly voice t
"he was in working clothes. He had come to ask a favor and hall, paid the negro (who carries the title of Assistant answered and when I 'explained the situation was advised
was clearly ill at ease. Since I had last seen him he had I Business Agent) with the check I had given him. He was that' "Just because' a guy joined the union didn't guaranteehim

i married and now had a child with another on the way. Withno I given a printed receipt of the International Hod Carriersand 'a job-and who was I, and what business was it of
: special ,training, he was in the class we know as "comI Common Laborers Union, which proved to be undated mine Anyhow? ,
I mon laborer" and he was out of work and in debt. and for $10.00-not $10.10. The negro signed the receipt.He .
After all, I reasoned, who was I to complain? Justa
told he would receive a book later. The receipt
He had been trying to get work at the Tampa Ship-,
citizen and taxpayer trying to help a fellow human being
carried the words "Working Permit.
yards. They, were putting on men every day but he would)
who was down on his luck and apparently being pushed
have' to join the union and",.!shipyard' officials told him hey I He :expected to go to work the next day, and after expressing -
"would have to see the bu;ines, agent of the International his gratitude to me he rushed home to tell his (Continued on Page 4)
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On Houses Ready
Meeting TuesdayThe '

I : TO GATHER SCRAP OKAYED BY SCHOOL I The thirty-three houses built by TALK BY SAWYER ON

. METAL IN COUNTYAlthough I held American Tuesday August Legion meeting evening Post of No.at Clewiston the 93 was Inn BOARD ON TUESDAY I the Sugarland United States Park Sugar and Corporationin designed WEDNESDAY NIGHTHerb

for of house
I use principally_ sugar
with Vice-Commander G. B. Thomas I I
I employees are now ready for occupancy -
I great 'quantities of presiding in the absence 'of Com- The Hendry County school board,I and it is understood that Sawyer, of Miami Lieuten-

: junk have been donated since the mander R. N. Miller of LaBelle. in session Tuesday night in La-'I several have already been sold although ant-Governor of Kiwanis for this

beginning of the war to help in the Committee reports were made Belle, approved: the 1942 tentative! committments have been district, made a most inspiring talk,
I I fight against the Axis, the collec- and routine business transacted. school budget of $92,820 and set a slow.
, at the meeting of the local club at
I' E. M. Cornette,
tion of scrap must go on and various Attending were millage of four and a half mills Jay W. Moran; executive vicp-

things are still badly needed, E. F. Phillippe, W. C. Owen, F., E. county-wide and a mill and a half president of the corporation, stated the, Inn on Wednesday night in
''I 'Conkling, Jay W. Moran, H. R. which he stressed the Kiwanis objectives -
for each district.
particularly, at this time, scrap iron. I this week that a great many of
& For this reason advertisements 1 I Hall, R. M. Bishop, Charles Bolton, A. O. Ward, Clewiston member t the houses would have been sold forthe year and their relation -
to I Carl H. Berner, O. ,A. Jones and to the .
are appearing in all newspapers of I and chariman of the board said to-,r by this time but as the houses were war effort.It
the nation during the next week Mr. Thomas of Clewiston and J. dty that he would go to LaBelle built for the sugar house workers was also Ladies Night and

!o; or two, the' first, of which is carried I M. Couse and S. C. Stalls of Moore tonight to sign the budget and that, they will be given first chanceat most of the members had their

in this week's issue of the Haven. submit it at once to Tallahasseefor purchase= wives with them for the evening.

,' News, to impress upon everyone approval by the finance divis- During the dinner piano music was
the importance of gathering all given by Porter Thomas ,of Rid-
up ion of the State Board of Educa-

; the of the fight.scrap available to put into SUGAR HEARING TO I tion.904. The 1942 budget was $91-' I FIELD TEAM TAKES I group dle Field singing.In who. also played for the

The his talk Mr. ,Sawyer said that
Hendry County salvage com-
Mr. Ward also 'received word I
'\ mittee' is cooperating in 'this drive BE HELD AT SCHOOL this week that Miss Mary Neeley I LEAD IN SECOND Kiwanians now serving in the
and the chairman Paul Emrich, will armed forces who also served dur-
would return here to teach
call for which be i ing the last war had written officially
scrap may ac- in the Clewiston High School for
cumulated and will pay the price HERE ON'AUGUST 25The the 1942-43 term. She had not I I HALF OF TOURNEYThe that the morale of troopsat
fixed for such scrap by the salvage this time was much higher thanin
f committee. Mr. Emrich has no previously signed her contract and I 1917. He paid tribute to the
it thought that her would
was place
I telephone ,at his home in South Department of Agriculturehas Field bowling team of the high, type of leadership of the
:' have to be filled. As the faculty
I' Clewiston. but a call to R. Y. Pat- given notice that a hearing will Sugar Corporation league, now in armed forces and predicted that
stands now there is only vacancy -
';' :': terson, head of the County Defense one the second half of their tourna- when the peace written after this
be held at the school auditorium in = a commercial teacher toreplace '
\ J" Council at the I5ugar Office: Building ment at the, Sugarland Park alleys, war that Kiwanians and others of
, Clewiston on'Ug'Ust: '25 at' 9:00 Mrs. Okerstronu Mrs. ,
"" No.1, wUt'oe:, "transferred to have taken undisputed, possessionof the same high"type will play a ma-
Fugate of Alva recently
"Mr. Emrich. 'Or,''a postal 'card, as I a.. m. for the purpose of, receiving was first place through'a clean sweep. jor role instMd; of a politician'speace
elected to fill in the
, provided for county agents to send evidence concerning wages paid to elementary faculty., vacancy of their match last Thursday even- which''might"' re3ult in future

to all farmers of their counties, sugar cane worKers, prices paid ing with, the Mill Sugar Blues. The wars.

may be sent to Mr. ,Emrich notify- sugar cane' growers and other County schools will open on Field was well down in the second Attending the dinner were: Mr.

:. "', ing him of the kind and amount of provisions c of; the Sugar Act.' September 14 and Principal W. division in the first half of play but and Mrs. J. E. Beardsley, Mr. and

.' scrap you 'have on hand. Turk who is now attending summer the handicaps now being used will Mrs. A. W. Lawrence, Miss Evelyn
II ',. These hearings are held annuallyas school
Hendry County was one 'of the at Gainesville is expected make them dangerous competition Gross, E. E. Gross, Mr. and Mrs.
::, leaders in the drive for scrap rub- provided by the Sugar Act of to return here about the first during the second half. Hub Spooner, Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
1937 and two hearings are scheduled ,
ber and also sent in great quantities of the month to make preparationsfor The Commissary team, winners of I Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Sawyerand
in Louisiana and the one in
, of paper and aluminum dur- the school opening.' the first half, are now in, a four Miss June Sawyer, Mr. and
Florida. Joshua Bernhardt, CharlesM.
ing those drives: It should be way tie, for fifth place and the Mrs. W. W. Perry, Steve Christie,
Nicholson, Harry H. Simpson
, even easier for the county to make Personnel, runners-up in the first A. W. Sias, Mr and Mrs. R. M.
and G. Laguardia are to be in
a great showing in the scrap metal COLORED RESIDENTS half, are again in second place in Bishop Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Cor-
charge of the hearings.The .
drive. A quota of seventy-five I games through Tuesday night. nette, Mr. and Mrs. G, H. Small,

,/ pounds per person has been set hearings help to determinefair The standings as of Tuesday Miss Cloyce Nail, Miss Kathleen

), for the state. and reasonable wages for per-, RESPOND WELL TO night are as follows: Lewis, Emmett Shelley, Mr. and

Efforts are also being made to sons employed in harvesting of Team W. L. Pet. I Mrs. W. C. Prewitt, Mr. and Mrs.

= stage a junk rally day about the sugar cane in the mainland cane Field :......................... 3 0 1.000 I: H. R. Hall, C. A. Martinez, Miss
first of September at which time sugar producing areas for the per- VENEREAL CLINICSMajor Marion Leydig, Mr. and, Mrs. W. C.,
Personnel ................._ 5 1 .833
: a buyer will be on hand and those iod beginning September 1, 1942, Owen, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Ezelle,
t ,Real Estate .............. 5 ,1 .833
:C' from out of town may bring in to June 30, 1943, ,and the plantingand Warehouse ......::........\5. 1 .833 W. N. Martinlr.. and Mrs. Glen

I their scrap and sell. it to buy goods cultivating of cane during the S. Oscar Fry, M.D.R., who Electric uu..............:. 2 1 .667 Etherton, W. A. Davis, A. 0..
which they need at local stores. calendar year 1943 and fair and took over the first of the month as Ward and Porter Thomas.
Commissary ...;.......:.. 2 1 .667
reasonable prices to be health for this
paid by 'officer area replacing Whirlwinds ..............._ 4 2 .667

Twelve Boy Scouts processors to independent' produce Dr. Sondag who was' Research .................. 2_ '1 .66' Figures Issued by: State
'crs of cane. transferred Jacksonville
sugar to :. to assume ::: P. 'M. S. ,...........:....... 4 2 :667
;,f On Week's Camp The labor question will be a his new post of assistant'' director Office Scrubs ............ 1 '2 .333 Welfare Board for Year
most important one this and of venereal disease
\ year I General Office .......... 1 2 .,333
I It is likely that there will be the State Board of Health is ---
a Steammakers ............ 1 2 .333 Figures just released by the
: Twelve Clewiston Boy Scoutsare large attendance at' the meeting. continuing with the clinic estab- Dixie Crystals .......... 2 4 .333 I State Welfare Board of Jackson-

scheduled to return tomorrow lished here by Dr. Sondag and last Harvesters ................1 5 .167 ville show that Hendry County

from a week's camping trip at the Government.Needs. week examined more than five L. and C. ..:._.....:...... 1 5 .167 I recipients of Old Age Assistance,

Glades-Hendry district camp on hundred negroes in Harlem. Mill Sugar Blues ...... 0 3 .000 Aid to the Blind and ,Aid to De-

\',' Fisheating Creek.Scoutmaster All Scrap Material r While the greater, portion of Crackers .................... 0 3 .000 pendent Children for the fiscal year

;:. J. H. Wilson was those taken care of by the clinic Doolittles, __................ 0 3 .000 ending June 30, totaled $19,463. .

:"':..: unable to spend the entire week I I were only given blood tests to de- Last Thursday night the Whirlwinds As of June, this year, there
with the boys there so the group termine whether or not the sub- took two out of three from
Every farmer in Hendry ,County were 95 residents of Hendry County -
was accompanied by Dan Padgett, I ject is syphletic, there are quite' Electric De-
1 received last week an open letter the Steammakers, the receiving Old Age Assistance, 4
Bob Beardsley taking them up ona a number of cases which have partment took two of three from
from Nelson Blind
Donald head of the receiving Aid to the and 13
truck Monday morning. Mr. shown positive since the clinic was Dixie Crystals, the Field took three
War Aid
Production Board, advising of families cereiving l Wilson spent Monday night with the scarcity and need for scrap organized which are already re- from Mill Sugar Blues and the Children.

them. ceiving treatment. 72 treatments, took two of three from
iron and steel to keep the Commissary
During the fiscal year, the State
The Clewiston Scouts joined a one each week, are required to L. and C. On Friday ,night the ,
effort going full speed ahead. Along
Welfare Board paid $8,224,008 to
group from Moore Haven and from the disease. 'I
three from the
I Personnel took
LaBelle and with the letter is a self addressed Florida recipients of public as
there are about twenty- post card to W. E. Harkness, State, Miss Joyce Ely, county nurse at Sugar House Crackers. On Tues- sistance, or more than twice the

::', five in the group enjoying theweek's WPA Administrator, advising of Moore Haven, is assisting Dr. Fry I day night, this week, Warehouse regular appropriation of $13,800000 ,-

outing. The Moore Haven the amount of scrap iron and steel with the clinics here and in Glades took three from Doolittles; P.M.S.
annually for welfare pur-
4' .
Scoutmaster, Rev. John A. Moore, and other metals, as well as County and says that the United three from L. and C., Real Estate
scrap poses. The increased expenditure,
is spending the entire week at the rubber available on their place. States Sugar Corporation and law I I three from Harvesters and the with
as compared previous years,
camp and the LaBelle Scoutmaster, enforcement officers in both out of three from
counties Commissary two
Frank This, material can be donated to I was due to special taxes levied by
Taylor, or one of the
from com- the government, or payment will are giving splendid coopera- Dixie' Crystals. I the 1941 session of the Legislature
mitteemen .
that place, have tion in this fight against venereal Individual for the sec-
be made at the standard statewiderate Old
for the payment Age Assistance -
remained with their
boys throughthe of 25 cents per hundred disease. The negroes are responding ond month of play shows Sandy and Aid to Dependent

week. x pounds for metals, and one-half I well, Miss Ely states, and in Bell in the lead with an average of Children.As .
The site for the camp is at the cent per pound for scrap rubber. most cases are coming in volun- 163' Bud Vaughn had 161, Olin

Paradise Camp ground about fifteen tarily. Should they fail to come Waters 169, C. J. Neilson 151, Doc of June, 42,813 persons were
miles northwest of Moore It is important that these post I receiving Old Age Assistance, 2-
.Ha- 146 M. E.
in of their own accord they will Wylie 147, A. Driggers ,
ven. Markers have been erectedto cards be filled out and mailed Holstine 146 "12 were receiving Aid to the
be listed and probably forced to Von Mach 146, Lefty ,
guide visitors to the camp from promptly, in order that WPA per: present themselves for examination. Tubby Owen 146, Floyd Mountain Blind and 4,609 families were receiving -
the Palmdale highway The sonnel can tabulate same and arrange Aid to Dependent Children.
campground 465 cases have been examined in 145 and W. Montgomery 145. Bell
1 is said to be high and dry economical truck routes for I Moore Haven in the past two weeks averaged 175 pins in his three gamos During the year, Florida's needy

",-' and an excellent swimming place the collection of accumulated waste many of them being negro laborers Tuesday night against the Harvesters received free agricultural surplusesof

is available in the adjacent creek.Clewfs'ton materials on all farms in Florida. I from Sugar Corporation camps in a fair retail value of $4,380,000,

boys at the camp are: that county and from. Shawnee through direct distribution to certified -

1 Gene Mills, Gilbert McLeod,' Bruce More than half.-59 %-of native Farms. Civilian personnel at Camp clients and to schools participating -

Beardsley, David Thomas, Frank Floridians inducted at the Camp Dr. Fry's work on venereal disease Blanding have subscribed 100 per- in the school lunch pro-

i' Conkling, Anthony Toulis, Harold Blanding Reception Center cited control has grown to suchan cent to the purchase of War gram, and in free blue food stamps

-. Broaderick, Gene Bledsoe, Charles hunting as their favorite pastimeas extent in this area that he has f Bonds. Approximately 1000 civilians issued in the six counties where

Thomas, Stanley Wright, Charles they joined the ranks of Uncle appealed for four, more nurses to] are employed at the huge the food stamp plan has been set

, f Benbow and Raymond Trice. Sam's fighting legions. augment his present staff of three.I Army Camp. up.






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j"pOMBS I I ht.d a. sorrow in my

SUNDAY he.trt
CHURCH_ l1.SER.NI' I watched my br ve.-

I'r". I -n. By HAROLD L. LUNDQUIST D. D. rcGCcountrymen

THE STORY SO FAR: Jeff Curtis and Senor Montaya eyed Curt a mo Senor Montaya preened himself. (Df Released The Moody by Western ble Institute Newspaper of Chicago.Union.) And thought "They
their-way "A good site, no? The whole year each hide ''
his wife, Lee, are already on ment."I troubles too--
to Tierra Libre when Jeff receives a note am quite sure we shall get there are winds that sweep across
from Zora Mitchell warning them not to along, Mr. Curtis." this face of the mountains in late Lesson for August 16 crowded out my

come. It is too late to turn back, so Jeff took rapid look-see in the afternoon and evening, but never Borrow then. '
decides not to tell Lee, who was opposed They introducingCurt does the wind come up from the old Lesson subjects and Scripture texts selected l.1.ci. i W'
to their returning to the tropics.She port office, Montaya result? We are and copyrighted by International
swampland. The
Lee Council of Religious' Education used by
finally agreed to go only alter Jeff casually, then returned to happy to have no malaria here permission. ;
had persuaded her that the job of chief and the children, seated on their This makes the
engineer for a newly organized fruit pile of luggage. The boys' leashes where we live. ISAAC PRACTICES PEACE
company is the chance of a lifetime. were on them again, much to their senora more comfortable, no?
They arrive In Tierra Libre to find Zora's audible disgust.A He pointed as' the car rounded a LESSON TEXT-Genesis 261831. I II I
husband dead. In a conversation with curve and the town came into fuller GOLDEN TEXT-Blessed are the 'peacemakers ,
Jerry McinnIs, Jeff learns that Mitchell's ,, pair of quick toots now came children
view. : for they shall be called the I
death was murder and that there is from the river steamer that had of God.-Matthew 5:9. Ii i
"You see that long, low building? I
something strange going on. Jeff and been loading all morning, even as WNU Features.
Lee are waiting now for Senor Montaya, the Pisces docked. The baggage Our hospital. Larger than we need, To talk in a warring world
fact but it is more better to be peace
who hired Jeff. In spite of the perhaps,
was hauled aboard, the little party is seems almost futile, and so it is,
that his investigation of the company prepared. Across the plaza our
revealed, nothing, Jeff is suspicIous.NOW followed. As they headed slowly clubhouse. That building of two stories unless it be the peace of God. In a CLASSIFIEDDEPARTMENT 'I
upstream, Senor Montaya made his world dominated the
CONTINUE WITU THE STORY which looks out over the valley largely by
guests comfortable under 'a deck philosophy that might makes right,
from between, it is our administration \
awning. building. The ground floor is and in which men demand what they
CHAPTER III Iced coffee was served as the chil-
call them
commissary where the senora can their: rights, taking even
dren exhausted from heat and excitement I
by lawless and violent methods, it
needs We are
forPuerto So- get anything she Business I
McInnis shoved off OpportunityMAKE
slept on a spreadon
sarape ) is increasingly difficult to proclaimthe
ledad at once. His launch was built very proud of San
the deck each jealously clutchinghis
truth that patience and meek- MONEY IN YOUR SPARE TIME.
for service, not speed, and buckingthe new hat, big as himself.To And now the car took another ness not weakness but are Send today for this formula and get start
would slow that inD sight the are ed! Instructions Sl.OO. W. McDOUGtE
the coast curve brought
tides along Montaya Jeff said casually, "I Christian virtues worth emulating.The Box G01, Birmingham, Alabama.
farther of Mt. San Alejo.
him down further.On down-slope
suppose there's no reason why youshouldn't the story of Isaac is interestingfrom
the dock it took the combined Below, about a kilometer from
say who recommended me beginning to end. He was an
efforts of both Lee and Curt to keep to you?" town, was an exceptionally well-worn long, ordinary man, one of the common Work and EducationIt
cleared field with a broad
the boys out of mischief. "No, none," admitted his host. "It strip. down its, length. A branch of people. He had come through va-

Presently a downriver boat snug- was Mr. Mitchell.:" the railroad led to it around the ried experiences of victory and defeat is not necessarily the mark of
gled into its berth with the ease of "Mitchell!" base of the mountain. before the time 'of our lesson. a superior intelligence to disdainan

a ferry. "Yes, himself. .Though perhaps "Good sized field," Curt comment- He had gone down from the prom- inferior job, and advanced edu-
Senor Montaya was unmistakabletall unknowingly. I explain. Many times ed. "You've several buildings be- ised land to the country of the cation does not and never has

erect of bearing, very clearlythe I had to warn him about his attitude sides hangars." Philistines, there redigging the wells guaranteed an advanced positionin

gente de pelo, .the gente prin- toward the men under him. Of "Yes." Just the one word. I which his father Abraham had life.

cipal of these countries. He wore course, I-what do you say? ah, yes, "But is that a fence I see around dug. The result was that he pros- One may be fitted for an impor-

faultless whites, a crisp panama on I hounded him to get the work done, the field?" pered. Ere long, however, envy on tant post, but that does not mean 1

curly black hair. Straight from the for we have much to do before the "Your are sharp, Mr. Curtis. the part of his enemies taught Isaac that one is unfitted for an unim-

ship to the little group he came. rainy season, and it has not gone too Yes, the eyes field does have a fence. thatI. portant post. Humble and monot-

"My sincere apologies, Mr. Curtis Our chief pilot nearly lost his life Peace in This World Is Tem- onous occupations can provide
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Mrs. Curtis, were his first during his first month here because porary (vv. 18-21). scope for great qualities, they can

words. He spoke with very little of a native's mania for souvenirs.We Isaac had prospered, but he was be performed well or ill and the

accent, though the timbre of his had not thought to properly pro. still out of the promised land, and better educated the man the bet-

voice betrayed his Spanish origin.He tect the planes. It is a serious thingto while he was in the land of Philistineshe ter is he likely to perform them.MINORSKIN .

made a deep bow to Lee, held risk one's life in the air, Mr. Cur- could expect no permanentpeace. -
his hand to Curt. "I have been
tis, so I felt I should put a fence .
more than busy since-ah, Mr. around the field." We are in the, world. We long for RRITATIONS

Mitchell's unfortunate happening.You Curt saw a flash behind the liv. peace, and would throw all our AffD
have discovered by now the ing-quarters.. "Swimming, pool?" influence and service into the cause
reason I need a new Chief Engi- 1 WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY t
tf "Yes, a small one. I do all I can of bringing a righteous peace to the ;
neer, no? ,, to keep the men contented It is troubled peoples of the world. But t
in hand hold-
Lee took the
boys ,
ing their interest with the selectionof I, much worth the cost, it pays well." let us not be misled by that desire Grief RemembersHe

a gigantic, gaudy straw hat for ,The motorcar, laboring up the into the support of unscriptural and who is pleased, forgets his

each of them from stock piled '''a grade, came out onto a level stretch, impossible peace programs. This cause of pleasure; he who is
dozen high on a vendor's head, while y s 4 picked up speed, and at once they world is a sinful world, and as long grieved remembers his cause of

Senor Montaya led 'Curt on a quick were in the heart of the small to-n. and that is true, there will be strife. _grief.-Latin Proverb.

survey of the docks and facilities "It is late," Montaya was sayibg. Our business in such a world is

here. "You have yet to unpack and get to preach the"gospel of grace, win-

In the sheds, two, items instantly settled. I. 'will take you to your ning men to Christ, that they may I 1"/I ,1IJujS ?

caught the eye-two boxes forty feet house now. I,trust, Senora, that the become men-good-will., Isaac was. i '
long, ten wide, arid quite thin for cook and house servant we furnish; such a man willing to yield even I, aches and pains el '

1 these dimensions. Curt cocked a you will prove satisfactory." what seemed to be his, right,' rather ,,, RHEUMATISMNEURITISLUMBAGO

brow at them.Montaya Lee made vague s6und in reply. than cause contention. v-+

said briefly "Spare "In the morning," Montaya turned Undoubtedly there are times,when
to Curt, "if you will 'come to my office one must defend his name and his
wings. We have two planes. One
at eight, I will spend the ds.y possessions, but all too often' those
of them was tied up for weeks once
with you. We shall-how do you say who do "stand for their rights"
by a damaged wing, so now we
have spares on hand." it? ah, yes, buckle down to work." have wrecked homes, churches, and
The sidewalks were not wide nations, and have gained nothingbut
One end of the bodega was piled enough for the group abreast. Mon an empty victory.

high with barrels bearing the stencilof taya walked ahead, carrying the two The peace of this world is tem- Large Bottlel[ teen'ireK3i]'122-SmaII! Size GOt] J
well-known chemical firm' Curt
a children whose shoes made smudgeson porary. Is there then no real abid- AT All COOD DRUG STORES or BT MAIL 01 receipt of price
paused before them, looked them his spotless coat. The boys we.re ing peace and joy? MCNEIL DRUG co.,inc.
over with considerable interest. silent with this stranger. :Lee wrin. II. Abiding Joy Is Found in Fel- 530 Broad Street-Jacksonville, Florida
kled her nose in distaste at the se- lowship With God (vv. 22-25).
"So" you treat the soil before plant- nor's faultlessly tailored back. When Isaac came up into Canaan, ,i
ing? he asked. "Over-acid I Costly Revenge tIt
sup-" "Ha!" she murmured. "Look at. the land which God ,had promisedto
from centuries of costs to injuries
pose revenge
him, the dark lily! him, he found real peace and
A frown definitely stamped Mon- -- ..- --.4' "Sh." Curt tightened his hold on an abiding joy in renewed fellow- than to bear them. )

taya's forehead at' this, ,but was immediately Each jealously clutching his new her arm. "He, may have ears," he ship with God. Even so, the -
chased away by a smile whispered. tian and who
man woman
hat big as himself. Chris-'I
that showed even, white teeth. "Well, I don't care," she muttered out of a spiritually

"That, Mr. Curtis," the senor replied well. But certainly I did not want resentfully. "Look how he carries lowship with the ungodly world \ r IN7DAVS
smoothly, "is a question that him to antagonize the workers. the kids. He likes children? I laugh." come- over wholeheartedly into the

would come under the head of chem, "One can-ah, drive some men, Montaya deposited the boys care, spiritual Canaan of full consecration

ical research. We have a chemical others not. It is a fine point to fully before a hedge of hibiscus, and separated living, will find take666 .

expert, Dr. Toenjes, from Amster- know how, far one can go with workers. opened the wire I gate, smiled them true peace and satisfying communion '
dam., If he ,likes you, he may be When I saw the many ene- through onto the neatly scythed lawn with God. I

willing to answer your questions.But mies Mr. Mitchell was making, I where a mango, a fast-growing tree, Our 'thought, however, has wider Ps'0
I wouldn't count on it," he said, thought, 'But this is unfortunate.' I already offered some shade to lawn application-one much needed today.

with another flash of teeth. "Dr. feared-ah, an 'accident.' So it was 'I and house. He was about to turn There is to come a time when this

Toenjes is quite jealous of his the- ,happy for me that I led him into : away with a gallant lift of his hat, world will have true and abiding

ories, which I expect will producemore talk of competent engineers. You I when Curt mentioned Mrs. Mitchellfor peace which shall cover the earthlike
and better fruit than Associated were one he mentioned above oth- the first time. the waters cover the sea. When oDon't .

across the river." ers. You see?" "We were close friends with the I the One who has the right to reign, Neglect Them!

As Curt was' turning this over in Two hours of fighting the current Mitchells a few years,ago. It must the Lord Jesus Christ, returns to Nature'designed the kidneys to do a

his mind, Senor Montaya pulled at upriver, and they found at Tempujo i have been a terrible blow to her," take His throne, then, and not be- flowing marvelous blood job.stream Their free task of is an to excess keep the of

his lower lip-a lip unusually red another modern dock, with a long he said. "I think we should'express. fore, will there be true peace. toxic impurities. The act of hying-lift

even for his swarthy skin. floating stage built to allow for the our regrets as soon as possible." We await that day with longing.But iltelf matter la the constantly kidneys must producing remove waste from

"I expect you to work along withus rise of the river in flood-time. Now, "Ah." Senor Montaya; pulled at is there nothing more we can the blood If good heath is to endure. t

in this fashion. You are.responsible the river at low point, the wharf his lower lip. "It was a most terri- do? Yes, we learn from Isaac's' Nature When intended the kidneys there fail is to retention function as of
for the engineering work as- towered high above them. Their ble shock', '' to her, Mr. Curtis." He experience that- i waste that may cause body-wide dis

signed to you, just as Dr. Toenjesis baggage was swung upward in a cast a glance at Lee. "I-ah, had HI. A Godly Life Is a Testimonyto tress.persistent One headache may suffer,attacks nagging of backache dizziness,

responsible Agricultural Super- cargo net, a deckhand riding the not meant to speak, of it before the Warring Men (vv. 26-31). getting up nights swelling puffiness
intendent, just as Mr. Lannestock is 'hook to avoid the stairs, while Curt senora, but to be sure she will haveto These men were wicked men, worn under out.the eyes-feel tired, nervous, all

responsible for aviation and Mr. Ry- and the others climbed the long know. Mrs. Mitchell-ah, committed even speaking falsehood in their Frequent,scanty or burning passage*
den for transportation." flight of steps from the floating suicide only yesterday. From claim of friendship toward Isaac (v. are sometimes or bladder further disturbance.The evidence. of kidney -

"Lannestock: ? Ryden?" stage to the landing., above. grief. This morning she was buried.A 29). Now that they perceived that recognized and proper treatment
'Most sad affair That what it a diuretic medicine to help the kidney
of our contract was
employeesare Spread before them, on the only ", yes. God was continually blessing, Isaacin ret rid of excess poisonous body waste.
Americans. These two are Swed- rise of land for miles along this delayed me. spite of their repeated injustice Use Doan't Pills. They have had more /
ish. I brought them here Curt managed a blank face to hide than forty years of public approval.Are f
as pilots. side of the river, was a small town toward him, they decided that it endorsed the country over. Insist 011Doan'
But we no longer need two full-time built arrowhead-fashion around a' the disturbing shock, but Lee was would be well to make a covenant ,. Sold at all drug stores.WNU7 .
pilots. As Mr. Ryden proved him- frankly astonished. She reached forCurt's
fan-shaped railroad terminus of with him. Even those
of friendship
in hand. Not until Montaya
self capable transportation mat- was
storage tracks. follow the of war and
who aggression -
ters, I have given him charge of that out of hearing, however, did she way
out the effectiveness -
department." Montaya pointed a centrally exclaim: cannot deny
located bungalow. "Your of true Christian testimony.
Curt had a long-established habitof "She never! Zora Mitchell com-
fiddling with his pipe when mull- office, Mr. Curtis. There is sleeping mit suicide? Not Zora! She wasn'tthe I Observe also that by his patienceand 3242BaRGAINS
accommodation there for There kindness Isaac 'ultimately made
you. Besides she cared
ing over, some point that needed type. ,
thought. He suddenly discoveredhe'd will be nights when you are unableto that much for him." friends out of his enemies. "It is
get back to San Alejo." better to turn enemies into friends
been stuffing it 'during this "She never seemed to, admitted
harangue. Since the senor while polite Montaya led the party to two mo- Curt slowly. "They were a cool than to beat them, and have them ]

talking had been leading the way torcars, automobiles with flangecfwheels enough couple." enemies still." And so this man

into the open, Curt now lit up, expelling to operate on the narrow- He turned to the house. Absentlyhe with the patient, selfsacrificingspirit '
a huge cloud of smoke be- gauge railroad tracks. Side win- held Lee's hand as they climbedthe brought peace not only to -that will save you many a ;;

fore he said mildly, with a smile: dows of the sedan bodies rolled steps. But his free hand, in his himself, but to those about him, be- dollar will escape you if

"All of which is by way of tellingme completely into the framework, pocket, was crushing Zora Mitchell'snote. cause he believed and trusted God. you fail to read carefully and

to mind my own business? Well, making all-weather cars for the variable What can we do to bring peace regularly the advertising of

that's all right. You've hired me climate Before going to bed that night, today? We can pray that God will local merchants a a aIN

for the engineering end of your ven- Montaya ordered'the two motor Curt held a lighted match to the help America and her allied nationsto

ture, and that's where my interestlies. boys ahead with the baggage, whilehe note. But the words were burnecj turn to Him in repentance of sin, ;:
I'll try to curb my wandering drove the Curtises in the secondcar. into his mind. and in a desire to so honor His name THIS PAPER

curiosity TO BE CONTINUE that he may be able to bless. ;,

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looking out for Herman.) travel. This bird is one of four reclaiming plants as quickly as the but he might just as -well be a Re
He is just
The Clewiston NewsPublished RUTHIE RUMORMONGER adds Kites found in North America., It limited number of plants can handleit publican for all the good it does j

to all the rumors she hears and has formerly had a wide range, extending ," Mr. Earley stated. "Last week- him. Of course he is a free-born !{I

'all her neighbors in a state regarding as far north as Minnesota, end we received notice that the American citizen and a taxpayerand I
every Friday In Clewiston NEWS, shortage of this or that. She but is now confined chiefly to government stockpile at Atlanta the shipyards' he wants to work .
FlorIda. by, the never a checks up to see if ,she is Southern Florida. would accept, for the present at in are operated under, the super- '' 1

The grace and beauty of the least, a maximum of fifteen box vision of the United States ,Navy
KEATIILEY BOWDDX Editor r SWI'LLOUGHBY WISEGUY: gets Swallow-Tailed Kite is surpassed by cars daily from Florida. With this with taxpayers' money-but that

by the cop and around all the no other bird. Its dexterity in substantial increase over the num- don't seem to mean' anything.

class' mail matter] laws. Willoughby knows all the picking insects with its claws is ber previously permitted, we hope Thousands of men work at the
February Entered as 1, 1927, at the Post ,Office In rackets and he'll tell you how you surprising. The insects are eaten the scrap will now move even faster shipyards, and other thousands .,want
Clewiston. Florida, under the Act of beat the Jaw. while the bird Is in flight. than ,it has in the past two weeks. to work there. Before they: can
x can
March 3, 1897.Subscription RITA VAN RITZ is a hoity- About the first of September I I Naturally, we can not tell how con even TRY to get a job they must
who wouldn't dream of dis- their gested the traffic may become at pay tribute to some union boss. It
toity they start withdrawing
Rote '2.00 Per Year. commoding herself, by carrying winter homes. We then see no I I the stockpiles and reclaiming plants is no guarantee they will get a job,
turn- for what changes may be wrought I but those tidy sums represented in
Advertising Rates On Application. things home, or salvaging, or more of them until spring or sum- "
r the lights she doesn't need. I in the whole war program by unforeseeable : "initiation fees" 'are needed to
off ,
ing mer of the next year.
SNEAKIE knows changes in world con- "protect labor's gains."
Devoted to the advancement and County.welfare where TOUGHIE all the, black markets are and By Willard E. Dilley. I ditions. We are determined, however I have tried to console the lad
and Hen
of Clewiston ry has the goods you want to see that the efforts of by explaining how much worse
always off"I I
right on hand, if you've got the Scrap RUbber, MovingTo Florida citizens in turning in their he might, be. They might have put
t scrap rubber are fully realized by him to work, sold him tools and
MEBER I price. Reclaiming Plants delivering the rubber to those working clothes, assessed him for

FlORIIlA.PRbSSSSOCrA OS .ANHKKAL SWALLOW-TAILED KITE IN, who can convert it immediatelyto a lot of other things and then, afterhe'd
1941 the war effort. worked a week or so. find his
"Florida's contribution of approximately services were no longer required.

Clewiston is again enjoying the 7800 tons of scrap rub-' I "You're just as near the best I went to a friend who Is recog- J

Anyway the war will have one annual visitation of ,a- rare and ber to the nation's stockpile is scrap you ever had or the best nized as one of the top men in the r '

good effect. It will cut to thirty beautiful bird, the SwallowTailedKite. now moving in increasing volumeto I fighting outfit a man can get in, ranks of organized labor in Floridaa -'

hours the period of :worry over any reclaiming plants and govern as you are to your nearest Marine man who has served as a high
approaching hurricanes this fall. From early times to the present ment warehouses," James F. Earley, State Recruiting Station, located at I official in the State Federation. I

day ornithologists have thrilled at of Jacksonville, chairman of the Miami Tampa, Jacksonville, West told him the story just as I have

A special legislative session the sight of this bird. The litera- state's scrap rubber drive committee Palm Beach and Orlando." told it here. He was sorry, but

shouldn't be necessary to invoke ture of ornithology contains many said today. "Although only didn't have anything to do with it.

the midnight liquor curfew on the references to the charm of the two weeks have elapsed since we IS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION PAID? He couldn't' do anything 'about it.
East Coast. Just threaten to move Swallow-Tailed Kite. received final instructions on the An official of the InternationalHod

out, General. The white head, neck, and under- manner of loading and consigningthe Carriers and Common Laborers -
scrap rubber, fifty box car loads Union was coming to town
the black wings and back, soon
parts, Too '
Late To
We hope that everyone will read with the long forked tail are 'unmistakable -I have already moved, from the state;" ClassifyContinued :- and he'd bring him around and I

Russell Kay's column this week. It field marks. Mr. Earley said. could talk to him.

shows that that which cannot hap The bird winters in Central and Pointing, out that an estimated ( from Page 1)! Yes, I know we have a war to

pen' in Florida 'is, happening: .Negro South America. During March it number of four hundred box cars around. Who was I to think thatI win. I know that it is unpatrioticto

union leaders dictating to Florida arrives in Florida and begins nest- would be required to move the could buck the administration and question ,Labor's activities or

white fabor. ", ing around cypress swamps. Spanishmoss amount of rubber stored at petrol- the great cause of organized labor? practices-that I'll be labeled a
is added to the nest thereby eum bulk plants, Mr. Earley ex- Who ,did I think I was, Mr. Pegleror "labor-baiter." But I have certain

U. S. Marines, sailors, doughboys helping in its! concealment. Nest- pressed hope that it could all be Tom Watson' ? staunch convictions about "Rights"and

and fliers are now dying by ing ends about the first part of moved before fall. "We are Well, that was nearly four "Justice" and "Americanism,"

the hundreds in the Solomon Islands July, and for the next month or anxious to get the scrap in the months ago and the boy still is out and, I do stand for the "Working J

as the long-awaited offensive two the Swallow-Tailed Kites won- hands of the government where it of work. He has a "working per-I Man"-even when he" can't get

begins. You can get into that der over the, state feeding as they can be inventoried and shipped Ito mit," he is a member of the union, WORK."What's .

scrap, too. by hunting up all of

the old iron you can find and get- I,
ting it to the salvage committee at I ,
once. Your bit of scrap will kill

a Jap. ...

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Deeded for War

magazine The following: is from a Defense ,

This poem, written on a scrapof

paper, was found recently plas- '
tered to the side of a shack used i '
by airplane >spotters_ in Pennsyl : < f.

vania. It was penned by: a'young A4J7iTffflIF -, :; :\

man who was called-upon to do ,,:,, ': :
double duty dining the night when .,.'" '
the men assigned to relieve him WI1III ,
failed to report. ,
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For the ,life of me ; 1 ".''I;:'

Damned if I can see : s

Why no one w'atches' ," d

From ,twelve to three. .
-I it good for? .

If the Army and Navy -
Guns tanks and maybe ,
Felt like that ,

The Japs would take us part of a plane"1
In nothing flat. p

God help the good old U.S.A.If ; 't -

all we do is sit home and pray. 1
Wars 'are 'won 'by facing facts, )

Not by Grandstand Quarterbacks.
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If anything makes me see red, j }

It's guys who can't get out of -
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bed, ,"
The pay is small we admit In the attics and cellars of promptly, the full rate of production '

But all should do their bit homes in tool sheds cannot be attained 'or increased; the ,JUNK MAKES '-.;
garages, '',
Excuse this bad attempt at necessary tanks, guns, and ships cannot
and on farms, is a lot of Junkwhich be FIGHTING WEAPONS
rhyme, -_ produced. '

It's done to pass away time, is doing no good where it The rubber situation is also critical. In If> I -. \.'

Below, in someone's handwriting, is, but which is needed at once. to. spite of'the recent rubber drive, there is j 1'1'll One old radiatorwill ';
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was the following: I
1 I' \ help smash the Japs and Nazis.a continuing need for large quantities of H scrap steel need- I .-

I love my I bed, of that I'm sure, I scrap rubber.Also for other waste materials I ed for seventeen .

For that, Alas, there is no cure. 'and metals like brass, copper, zinc, .30 calibre rifles. ,''\:''),
But to save my bed, my head and Scrap iron and steel, for example. Old lead, and tin.America "

; thee, radiators, lengths of pipe, refrigerators, old lawn mower will !

! I'll! gladly, watch from 12 to 3. I garbage pails,broken garden tools... needs your active assistancein ak e six 3-inch a-ue' U S. .
I -- rounding these materials The ':'
I up
; From the Consumer's Guide, It may be rusty, old "scrap" to you, Junk which you collect is bought by ): I 'J

published by the ;U. S. Departmentof but it is actually refined steel, with industry from scrap dealers at established I
Agriculture, is the followinglist most impurities removed-and can be :
government-controlled prices, One useless old
of "Seventh Columnists." For- quickly melted with new metal in the If
tunately there are few of them Will you help? firewill provide r .,
form of iron hi
..pig to produce g. as much .
\ but most of us have met some and all waste materialand :
qualitysteelforourwarmachines.Firstcollect your rubber as is
we ace urged.to watch out for: :
SALLY SOCKSNATCHER. She Even in peacetime our Nation relied pile it up. used in 12 gas \1

buys up all the stockings she can on scrap to provide about 50% of the Then=sell it to a Junk dealer, give it masks. A! / ;

find because she hears there aren't raw material for steel. Now production to a charity, take it yourself to the "J
One old shovel will help
too many stockings left and doesn't of steel has UP until nearest collection point, or get in touch jJ i
gone up, up, make 4 hand grenades. -j
care if she does have more than today America'' is turning out as much with your Local Salvage Committee.If I
her fair share, just so she has tak'encare
of her needs. as all the rest of'the world com If you live on 'a farm, consult your .J

bined. County War Board or your farm im- 5
tomobile that's paid for and be- But unless at least 6,000,000 addiplementdealer.. .}
longs to him so why should he tional tons of scrap steel is uncovered Throw YOUR scrap into the fight! Scrap iron and steeL'j
protect what tires are left and save
gas? Other metals of all kinds. ,

SUSIE SMOOTHIE 'uses all the : This message approved by'Conservation Division Old rubber. .j
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persuasive 'powers in her possessionto "' I
get the clerk to beat the ration ,,; /1'' ,i' WAR PRODUCTION S BOARD Rags, Manila rope: ; burlap bags.

. dnd give her 'more
one pound ..
I sugar or one gallon more gas than ," : This advertisement paid for by,the American Industries Salvage Commrftoe Waste COOking FatS-Strain into a '

her ration book calls for. She'll I, (* presenting and*with funds provided by groups leading industrial concerns.) large tin can and when you get a pound or

-, pay him extra.HERMAN _, ; more, sell to your meat dealer.
Hendry County Salvage
, ar chock full of canned goods. He "' 1.,':' Waste paper and tin cane,a*. locally. '

'+/ I read somewhere that his government ,,: .. 'i had asked people not to J' .
hoard but Herman isn't hoarding. ; '
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Miss Dory Martin of Buffalo, N. I BAPTIST LADIES DO, the aviation service as well as I of date of birth, and of citizenship.

Y., is visiting her 'sister and hus- RED CROSS WORK other branches of the Army. This Applications must be accompanied, I}

band, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Brink. : unit will be prepared to answer by three letters of recommendation i
f Personals ] I' The Woman's Missionary Union all inquiries concerning various divisions from reputable citizens to whom.

: Charley and Ruth Prince of Ar- of the Baptist Church spent the of the army, and to the applicants are well known/'

cadia visited a few days with their j 1 day Thursday sewing on Red Cross specifically give out applicationsfor Any question concerning' the,
sister, MissLois Prince of Clew- aviation cadets and
.: garments, at the Community Center ground qualifications aove mentioned can
r:jr Dr. W. O. Rigby spent the weekend iston. I and the nine members present crew specialists for the Army Air be answered by the personnel of

fL in Jacksonville. made ten pair of rompers duringthe Forces to all interested. the unit, so that all who can qual-
Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Carlisle day. The air forces must have man ify and desire to avail themselves,

(V. II(r j Miss Evelyn Hare spent the and' daughter, Mary, left Wednesday Those participating in the work power to translate the greatest :. of the opportunity to serve in the

week-end in Miami. to make their, home in Augusta, were Mrs. H. C. Meador, Mrs. J. aircraft production program 'ever Army Air Forces or other branches
j' II'I' Georgia. H. Davis, Mrs. H, L. Davis, Mrs. undertaken into a striking force of the Army should plan to take

e 1:1'1:1'I': I' Mr. and Mrs. William King spent I .. ", Vi C. Woodward, Mrs. W. T. great enough to insure final vic- the qualifying examination at one
: the week-end in Miami. James Taylor left Saturday for Wheeles, Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs. tory. The source of this man of the cities above listed when it
,: I Buffalo, N. Y., to spend two weeks' Charles M. P.irkle; Mrs. W. F. Nail power lies in the youth of the landit is given.

: i C. V. Ran is spending his vaca- vacation. Mrs. Taylor is "there now and Mrs. C. R. Krueger.MoormanNaB. is up to the young men of The '' above mentioned examinations -
tion in West Palm Beach. visiting relatives.Mr. I every community within the nationto \
I help-"Keep 'em flying." are for the Aviation Cadets

I I :Miss Phoebe Peterson visited and Mrs. J. 0. Pearce and I In order to facilitate the quali- only and 'general requirements are

I friends in Miami over the weekend.Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest E. Pearce of fying of young men as aviation that the applicant be between 18-26,
1'1' Okeechobee visited Mrs. Ruth cadets, the Mobile Unit
will be
, Of great surprise to the many a citizen of the United States for
: and :Mrs. S. L. Spears spent Owens on Monday. friends of, the couple here "was the ,' equipped' to give mental examinations last ten years. Those under 21
the past week-end in Fort :Myers. I announcement this week of the to qualified' applicants at the
,I 0 -- I Cadet W. D. Grant, and Mrs. marriage of Miss Beth Nail and I following cities: i years of age must have- parents

I, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. King spent Grant spent a week'with Mr. Jack Moorman which took place Fort Myers-Court. House at 7:30p. consent. .

I i il Saturday in West Palm Beach on Grant's mother, Mrs. Prescott, '., Bige- several weeks ago at Columbia, S. m. August 19, 1942.LeesburgElementary.
1 I'' \ business.Mr. low, of Atlanta, Ga. Car., where he is a bombardier School at

'with the Army (Air Corps. 7:30 p. m. August 21, 1942. -

and Mrs. J. F. Morrison are Squadron Leader, and Mrs. S. Mrs. Moorman left Clewiston I Sebring-Court House at 7:30 p. J. M.
) spending! a twoweeks' vacation in I Burdick and Sally have returnedto last week expecting to work in m. August 24, 1942.

,, ;,I :Miami. Clewiston after a two weeks' vacation Washington and stopped by COlum-j I The following are aviation cadet Counselor and Attorney at Law
\ at Delray Beach.
i :j bia to see her husband. was I qualifications: Hopkins Building
; Miss Emily Stender visited then that they decided to announce
Miss Mildred Aubrey returnedto "They must be between the ages Wednesdays and Saturdays
11 friends in West Palm Beach over the marriage which came by letterto "
i New Iberia, La., this week after of 18 and 26, inclusive, except those
9:80 to 4:00Johnson's
jl the week-end. the bride's father, W. 'F. Nall,
who wish to enroll for training as
visiting her sister Mrs. John De Sr. The marriage took place .
I III meteorologists, for whom the
9 J'' Miss Marguerite Middleton spent Valcourt, several weeks. during Mrs. Moorman's vacation age .
I 'I limits 30 '"
are from 18 to inclusive.
with her sister in Sara- about three months
I a days .. ago.
.. Hall (Applicants under 21 will be en-
} sota this week. Mrs. H. R. Mrs. H. T; Mrs. Moorman is the daughter of
Lehman, Mrs. N., V. S. Mumford, W. F. Nail, Sr., of Clewiston anda listed only with written consent of 'I Fish Camp
and Mrs. M. M. Prewitt Tuesday parents or guardians). Candidatesmay
1 spent '
Mrs. Wilbur Lawson daughter graduate of Hillsborough, High
in West Palm Beach. be single or married. They (Near Hurricane Gate)
.II Barbara, are spending this School in Tampa. She worked for
must have been citizens of the Clewiston, Fla.
:i I! week in Miami. the First Bank of Clewiston for
1 \ -5-- Mrs. C. N. 'Thaggard and son, several and more recently has United States for at least ten years Boats and Motors-Guide Service
prior to date of application. They ,Rates Reasonable
I :Misses June Hooker, Lily Raymond of Fort Myers, are spend been employed in the offices of the
I must secure birth certificates, or ,v. H. Johnson, Mgr.
ing a few days here as the guestsof
gett and Jessie Utfaloy spent pad-I United States Sugar Corporation. l
I Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Thompson., other properly authenticated proof
week-end in Miami. > Mr. Moorman is the son of Mr.

and Mrs. A. L. Moorman of Ma-

,J. E. Beardsley, W. S. Bowden, I Mr. and Mrs. George Yon, Dolores con, Ga., but, for the past ten years :-:.;....:...... ,,"" .!;:::.
Ralph Bishop and Bob Beardsley and Raymond of South Bay are has made his home most of the

spent Tuesday in Miami. spending a few days with Mrs. time here with his aunt, Mrs. El- ,

Yon's brother and wife, Mr. and' bert L. Stewart and Mr., Stewart.He .

Miss Ardis Bolton and Miss I Mrs. John Kettl. was employed by the United ANNOUNCEMENTTURNER'S

Mildred Durst are spending two States Sugar Corporation for some

weeks', vacation Jn. Miami. Dr. and Mrs. T. 'S. Gowin will time before entering the Army Air
leave Saturday for Miami Beach Corps last year.It .

:Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Spears' moved where Dr. Gowin will go on temporary is understood that Mrs. Moor

Thursday to the former home of duty as First Lieut. with the man will remain in Columbia while
U. S. Army Air Corp. < her husband is stationed at that
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Miller.
Mrs.' Blanche Turner; enroute to MANAGEMENT OF '
Dr. and Mrs. T. S. Gowin spenta I
few days with :Mrs. Gowin's par- 'I New York City, was accompaniedas LADIES AID MET THURSDAY '

ents, N.., G. Meggs of, Miami. far as Pompano by Mrs. Carl IN COMMUNITY ,CENTER Miss Marguerite Mizellewho
Berner. They will visit for a few .
days with Mrs. ;R. J. Lee.. The Ladies Aid of the Commuu->
Miss Evelyn Gross of West Palm
ity Church met on Thursday at 3
Beach is spending a few days with
o'clock in the Community Center. is prepared to give you the same high
Mrs. C. E. Miner
her father, Eliott E. Gross. and R. H. ,t;
I ______ Knight left Saturday for Foley, Mrs. W. C. Owen presided. Mrs. class service you have received in the past.
Ala., to join Mrs. H. Knight and Joe Robbins was in charge of the
, a Mrs. N. D. Jay, wife of American ? : : R ,;. and the review of the '
boys 'Richard'Jimmy, and Tommy. program :MIss'MizeIie is well qualified to do permanent -
I Cadet N. D. Jay of Riddle Field ,
; will to' Clewiston study book, "The Spanish Colonial K "
They return in '
:' ,here is registered at the Inn. 1 1i about two :weeks. Empire," of Latin-American Back- 'waving or any. type'of t beauty treatment."

i -- I ground was informatively given by In' leaving the 'shop, in her hands I feel that" "it
f :Miss Hilda Diaz of Tampa ar- Mrs. F. Deane Duff, pointing out
Word has been received of the
,:rived Friday to spend a few days that Conquest was brought about will'be most capably handled.
I critical illness of Mrs. M. C. Vowell .
with Mrs. 'Paul I. Williams. I by life and society confirmed ,, 'J _, "
I who was on vacation with her hus- : : :
through the church poineers of ,
band in Alabama. The; nature of : ,, '
First Lieut. and' Mrs. R. N. Spain. "
her illness has not yet been learned. "
Smith and Hostesses were: Mrs. J. H. Doty,
Clewiston,. have( moved, \o, Williston. ,Mrs. Charles Fuller, Mrs. Joe Rob- _
bins who served cookies and cokesto APPRECIATED. ; ,
:, ', The Rev. and Mrs., John N. the ; .
Ralph.Brown of Orlando was here Montgomery left Sunday for Mi- 0,: : ':
-- "
for the week-end 'visiting Mr. and ..
," .
ami where Mr. Montgomery filled "
j Mrs Kennon Swayne and other "
the at the First
I pulpit Presbyterian
Church in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Blanche Turner

Mrs. Montgomery left Monday for
Mrs. Ruth Wilcox entertained I
B. Seegers, who has been ,em- Grove City, Penn., to visit Mr.
ployed in the offices of Clewiston Montgomery's parents., ", Wednesday Evening Bridge Club .
Realty and Development Corpora with high score going to Miss Mary -

tion, has taken a position at Rid Markette and Mrs. P. M. McIntyre -
receiving second. ..
,-:", I Mrs. S. L. Spears, nee Roberta q.y

George, was presented a gift for

c-.:..:.................................,...............................................................;.,..............................................;...................................................... her new, home by the hostess.
YA : :.I Salad, crackers and tea were Keep 4ense .' f fb

served to Mrs. George Yon, Miss
CLEWISTON Mary Markette, Mrs. Josephine y. ; .

11 j Knight, Mrs. S. L. Spears, Mrs. P. .
M. McIntyre, Mrs. Ruth B. Owens
GOLF COURSEPublic i iJ(1 and Mrs. W. E. Dilley. I


: Invited :': MET TUESDAY ...AFTERNOON I r

::: '
1} I .Z' The Mary Brittain Circle, Wo-
: .: "_, :z: man's Missionary Society of the i PHOTOGRAPH '
-' ,-. > ,_ "' :_, I _. Baptist Church met Tuesday aft-I U.S. ARMY
"- [ '1 J" .z. SIGNAL CORPS
::: ( : ":, '-' '" ,,' .:'I ernoon with Mrs. WalkerNail,
chairman, in charge.
x I
y" The missionary topic was: "Thinkon

;_. Since you cannot drive to. the :i% are these of praise.things"; whatsoever Those participating things- I 1 VOY Keep prepared to meet rising prices

were Mrs. Nail, Mrs. W. T.I IYVIIYIh -/ O

I t: beach for the week-end get yourexercise !1 Wheeles Fred Topper, Mrs., Mrs.Leon A. Bembry Thomas, ,, Mrs.Mrs. I I and taxes by adding regularly to

H. L. Davis and Mrs. L. H. Davis: PQO

A business meeting followed pre your Savings Account here... with

and the I sided over by Mrs. V. C. Woodward -
1 sun tan at same j liberal earnings and insured safety.

Others present were: Mrs R. J.

time. :z z: Blount, Mrs. Arch Hodges, Mrs. J.
z Himrod, Mrs. Hillary Burke, Mrs.E. .
y'z. E. Kelly, Mrs. A. H. King, Mrs.C. .
\ '
: : .: R. Krueger, Mrs. H. C. Meador

1; '.. ,, ,, ;,_ .. 'I ._.;:.. and Mrs. C. M. Pirkle. i

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q- x z Recruiting Unit I ITo

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.:'. 1 Appear In Fort
0" Z I I 0
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*' DAILY GREEN FEESi :s: mobile recruiting unit of the

.. United States Army will be in Fort
.t. .. : Myers :Wednesday, August 19, for
.(0'+:..:..:..:...&i..:..i..>:..:00:00-----:0.o.--" ; --t. : the purpose of enlisting men for II I

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7/ie I. Tank MaintenanceThis I Gems I of Thought

\\ SLEEPbut the loom of

.U .R UDOR r life never stops and the \
sequence of pattern which was weaving

W EA ON photographs shows when the sun went down is

the operation of an E SCREEt k weaving when it comes up to-

ordnance tank morrowHenry: Ward Beecher.
maintenance crew I walked a mile with Sorrow
Washington, D. C. Released by Western Newspaper Union.
training for the job And ne'er a word said she;
WAGE STABILIZATIONYou keeping these going to see some- But oh, the things learned from her
that the YOU'RE When Sorrow
can write it down walked with me.
in work- v&d the Fibber Mc-
monsters new
President will use his executive Robert B. Hamilton.
powers to keep wages in check ing order under \ Gee picture, "Here We Go Wisdom is oft-times nearer

rather than ask congress for any combat conditions. .. Again," that you never saw be- when we stoop than when we

new legislation dealing with wage Trapped in a : fore-and' that's Charlie Mc- soar.-Wordsworth.

stabilization. hole this Carthy moving around without 'I am not a teacher: only a
There are two reasons for this: swampy fellow-traveler of whom
(1) Wage control legislation wouldbe medium tank (at benefit of any manipulation by asked the way. I pointed ahead you

sure to stir up another bitter right) awaits a sal- Edgar Bergen. It's perfectly sim- -ahead of myself as well as of

congressional controversy, as bador vage crew. The men 44 ple-RKO just engaged a mid- you.-Shaw. .

worse than the brawl over farm are trained under get, Jerry Maren, for the part.He's .
parity prices. It might even require combat conditions.
months to get both houses to practiced those stiff, me-
agree on a bill satisfactory to the :>. "< 1 am chanical movements of the ALL-BRAN FUDGESQUARESBEST

administration. dummy's until he's got them down 11

(2) The President believes that the VICTORY pat. In fact, he does them so. well

policy proposed by the War Labor that people who stroll onto the set
board's recent steel wage decision- PARADE without knowing what's happenedhave

limiting wage increases to 15 percent thought they were imagining YOU EVER TASTED!
over scales prevailing on Janu- things when Charlie, in the person

ary 1, 1941-plus additional ration- !of Jerry, went into, action. Every mother In the land will want to
ing of consumer goods, will be sufficient --." bake these scrumptious cookies. Children
for the time being to brake How'd you like to have a blind will demolish a plate of them in
a wink.
Grown-ups rave about their
inflation threats to the working date with Ginger Rogers? Nine "different" taste and new crunchy tex
man's pocketbook.Inside boys in uniform did recently. Plan- ture. They're made, of course, with the
fact is that the War Labor / ning to see two new feature picturesat ;famous cereal, Kellogg's All-Bran.

board is contemplating only one fur- home, she sent her station wagonto KELLOGG'S 3 squares un-ALL-BRAN 1 FUDGE SQUARES
cup sugar
ther step in its wage stabilization r the USO to ask if some of the sweetened % cup flour

program, and this is not so muchan chocolate 1/2 cup All-Bran
% cup butter y2 nutmeats
anti-inflation move as a conces- cup
2 eggs 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
sion to certain labor groups and a '
Melt chocolate over hot water and add
contribution to the prosecution of' butter. Beat eggs well, add sugar and,
the war. rv beat until light and fluffy. Add melted
Wages in certain industries, in- chocolate and butter. Stir In flour
All-Bran, chopped nutmeats and fla-
and tool-and-die
cluding shipyards t ,
Y J i voring. Pour into greased pan, making
plants, are above the 15 per cent increase a layer about one-third Inch thick.
ceiling set'by the board. This t li, v Bake In moderate oven ((3750F.) about
raises the question-shall wages in 20 minutes. Yield: Sixteen 2inch&quares
'ir ,t.N ((8 x 8 Inch pan).
these industries be brought down to "

conform with scales in other war .l',: ,.,'l.t. .._ .? v: .., .,.... ..a:::; ',;,;,..:.gna,, 'ai.%<:w4,.o7i'A'Yn. t.,. .. .,kY... .
-.w> "; -/ <'J.os:: <': :;Mm. ;; w; "=Mf.'v=> ""'" = Ja
plants ,which pay below the ceiling? GET

The answer is-there will be no "Here she comes boys!' A motor truck powers the winch. AFTER litATICPAIN

reduction in wages. The Presidenthas _._._ _______._____.....__,_'u''''__ u..u.n__ ________.._m.U_____ With
decided definitely against this. If you suffer from rheumatic painor
muscular aches, buy C-2223 today
Instead, to prevent piracy and migration for real pain-relieving help. 60c, $L

of workers away from vital "' ,. ."W>C','"<"....,..w.''''''''...,.::>w<<,. > .?' C-2223 at druggists. Buy a bottle
war plants paying below the 15 per today. Use only as directed. Pur-
cent ceiling, the War Labor boardis GINGER ROGERSmen chaseprico; refunded if not satisfied.

planning to amend its wage policyto
would like to spend a quiet
permit the payment of "premium Image of Mind
wages" (above the ceiling) in evening and see some pictures free. Conversation is the image of the
They dined with her, (to their sur- '
such plants. prise they hadn't known who their mind; as the man, so is his speech.
Note: One industry sure to be allowed -Syrus.DoublePurpose.
hostess be and then when
was to ,) ,
"premium wages" is aircraft, Xl '''r
,Yy Y z: 41ta' said like to of
: they they'd see one
which has lost many workmen, by
piracy and migration., to higherpaying her pictures, she showed them
shipyards. something few people have seen.

It's film of every dance she's done
since "Flying Down to Rio"shows Laxative Gives {'
,S'C her with old-fashioned makeup,
save shipping space, -the.armyis clothes, etc.,. and that's somethingmost More SatisfactionDon't
food in
sending overseas dehy-
stars avoid like poison.
drated form. Experiments in taste- be satisfied just to relieve yourpresent
preserving dehydration have been -; -- constipated condition. Meet

carried out and tested on 'a groupof Tony Merrill had a perfect alibi this problem more thoroughly by
cooks.At when he showed up two hours late toning up your intestinal system.
army For this Dr.
Double-Purpose, use
for with Rosalind Russell in
the Chicago depot of the quar- scenes Hitchcock's All-Vegetable Laxative
termaster corps, the cooks sat downto tN+ ?S's: "My Sister Eileen" the other day. POWder-an Intestinal Tonic Laxa-

meal .,... ::} He had been down town being tive. It not only acts gently and
a of dehydrated foods, prin- cY-\: ;; :::;:; -w" '<;;6 ;:.vj;, .: ;'%, ..,.. ,, .:;}: but tones lazy bowel
,sworn into the If, Janet thoroughly
cipal item the army. .
on menu being scram- muscles-giving more satisfaction.
bled eggs made by adding water to An ordnance maintenance officer directs repair of the tank in a camouflaged Blair's late for work in the same Dr. Hitchcock's Laxative Powder

a yellow powder.It position in the "combat" ,zone. The machine shop on wheels picture she'll have a good reason, helps relieve Dizzy Spells, Sour
too. She sang at the San Diego Stomach, Gas, Headache, and that
has been discovered that one carries the tools, machinery and spare parts needed for repair.
dull sluggish feeling commonly referred -
of marine base just before, the picture
dehydrated turnips will
to as Biliousness,when caused
serve 28 persons, after water is Tanks are powered by started, and the leathernecks sent by Constipation. Use only as di-
added. engines similar to her a souvenir-a baby wildcat. rected. 15 doses for only lOco Large
.. '" family size 25c. Adv.
those used in aircraft.This .
BEHIND THE AIR CORPS After each "Hobby Lobby" S-
This war will be won or lost in broadcast thousands of dollars '
O Relieve YfEMALE
the air. But despite that fact the worth of war bonds and stamps are

air forces will win or lose the war < : sold in a "Victory Auction." Dave

on the ground. In other words, the Elman auctions the handicraft or PAIN

i success of operations in the air de- rL14 property of hobbyists, selling: to the

pends on ground crews, who outnumber person who buys the most bonds. r I If you suffer monthly cramps, back-

I air crews ten to one. Lieutenant Bulkeley's tie pin and ache"Irregularities", nervousness,to distress functional of

Featured in the headlines and the shoulder insignia brought $16,000! monthly disturbances-try Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound at
; newsreels every day are the pilots --f--: once! Plnkham's Compound Is one
i and machine gunners. But the unsung James Cagney and his neighborat medicine you can buy today made .

heroes of this war are the Martha's Vineyard, Mass., have especially regularly for women.Taken .thruout the p.
II toiwyx: < '
; a2 lw.a '
ground crews. N wro,4y.r :4)fi %yf turned over heir'estates to the month Plnkham\s Compound

i Real fact is that it takes only one army for maneuvers-6,500 acres altogether such helps symptoms.build up Follow resistance label against direc-

i man 'to pilot a fighter plane, but it of which Cagney owns 500. tions. Worth trying

I takes eight or ten maintenance men He has also offered his summer LYDIA E. PINKHWS Pouf g gIn
I'' to keep it in shape to fight. A four-' home as quarters for staff officers.

engine bomber requires
a flying
\ crew of nine, and a maintenance Hope you've been 'listening to
: i crew of 25. Often a ground crew those Stage Door Canteen broad Name of Charity
O charity! What blunders have
: will be
assigned exclusively to one casts. Rafts of amusing stories
I j plane, and will become attached to come from the canteen. Alfred Lunt been committed in thy name 1 t

it with the affection a stable boy was making sandwiches when a

I i has for a race horse. young actor approached him. "What

I Chief of Staff General Marshall are you doing?" asked Lunt. "Noth- *IMS 1 P *
1 has revealed that the over-all ingsaid the youth. "I'd sure

strength of the air force is expected like to go into a play with you this AGAINST DISEASE BY

I to reach 1,000,000 men by the end'of fall. I could go into.rehearsals right Killing Rats,Mice and Roaches

i 1942, and 2,000,000 by the end of,next away; I'm not doing-a thing now."

I j year. If the war is won in 1943, it "Well, then," roared Lunt, "go emp-
.1 will be won by these 2,000,000 men. ty this garbage pail!"

But 1,800,000 of them will be "fighting" __'" .
II r--- ,,4
r 64Y : the
on ground.
Five-year-old Maxine O'Brien will and'l.OO
They are the overall-boys, the ds6' Ji't4 G % q AT AIL DRUGGISTS
the title role in
'' sy l +. J1. l" ,' ': play "Journey for
: II grease monkeys, the men who spendall Margaret," starring Robert Young PROTECT HEALTH-SAVE FOODS )

day overhauling an engine which and Laraine Day, so that "search"is
: has been flying all night, the men settled! Incidentally, Laraine isfilmdom's
\i who know what heat is .
like in the ; lonesomest bride her -
I deserts of Africa, because they don't ?f'/r,.:, 4v' 4' } husband, Ray Hendricks, was recalled -
: get up in the air for relief, as do i 4 4i t to his flying instructor's post YON H
the pilots. /'r' ; >wi..SS.
I, OVERSEAS* ." six hours after-his-; first leave began. I GOOD WILL I

CANDY Ann Summers is leading lady in
; The quartermaster corps is in the "The Avenging Rider," Tim Holt'snext :: The manufacturer or ::
I market to, buy 2,500,000 pounds of She's the girl who was told :: merchant who adver. E

j1 1 hard candy: peppermint, orange, that she was to appear than' earlier :: tises, makes public the E (
lemon, lime, anise, and cherry. Holt western, devoted six solid = fact that he wants your =
a The hard candy is being bought :: good will. And he real ::
weeks to learning to ride a horse-
i I for overseas troops :: izes that the only E
as part of the way
regular field ration. Official -. .-A i "-.:". ., .. _:....._ .;..:;;s. I and then when she reported for = that he can keep it is =
expla- work, found out that she didn't haveto. ::
by giving good values E
: nation is that candy is an excellent tank track is rolled up awaiting repairs. It's the ordnance soldiers I But in this picture sh'e'll ride, and services.
f i source of energy. to do what the S
job sign says. ., at last. .......... ,


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L'q"q'q.l /dfrr/ ? ?

t 0.Qo.z. rq AN( TIE information on various subjects |

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One Good Reason"I
The Questions country has had three names all
never see your husband look-
4 eis within this century?
I t ing at another woman.
: is devoted 1. Does February ever have five
....__ _,, ? ..,. ..... .... "No, George to me. The Answers
M" .L. L HNN"N' =<"'" T> = >> : > ); : >>: :::>;:': <<=>"' :' < ::: ;!1 1I "
'' 13t Besides, he's ,so nearsighted. .Sundays?
I V 2. To what political party did
1. Yes. It will have five'.in .
3y It is generally conceded that .
; Jr :
: + 1948 and 1976.
o\ o5: .. I
i't .r women are the fair sex. But does
3. Does a beam of light from the "
2. The
: Federalist
rt.,. yYf that imply that the men are party. ,
travel fast
{ sun equally as as a
travel the
ti rt yy' They at same
tiFy, unfair?
beam of light from a candle? speed. >

.,' Vi o 'y N'P,.. k'' :; + ? The EgotistThe 4. What had the following wom- 4. Curiosity about forbidden mat-
f i' en in common-Lot's wife, Blue- ters led to disastrous conse
performing flea and oo elephant
beard's wife and Adam's wife? quences.
crossed a jungle bridge together."Oh .
boy," whispered the flea in the 5. How many Pilgrim Fathers 5. One hundred two.

elephant's ear, "we certainly made that landed from the Mayflower? 6. St. Petersburg, Petrogradand

bridge shake!" 6. What capital city of what Leningrad, in Russia.

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BLUE AND WHITE sides, top and bottom are screwed .
... ... .. ..... ... .. ... .. WITHXUT-OUT SCALLOPS at the Use b
-:": h>;<':<"L.';' -'-"'-:>--' .Y.f '" -IX''''' = nf g '= oweRNrmawv aaa
f 11'1' ," Cheese Trays Help You Through Sugar Rationing Period! ports inch ,metal or make angles grooves as for shelf a neater sup-- ,-- OR !1

'' (See Recipes Below.) '
r ; job. As shown in the sketch, I !{A/E'fI _
the cupboard is trimmed and
Take It Easy on SugarNo THIS WEEK'S MENU ...
made rigid with plywood scallops -. 7Z; ...

sweets with sugar rationed? secured with half-inch screws. -- .... .4t". -'" '..

Why, of course. With honey, corn *Lemon Smothered Chops 4L -

I I II lliUll and maple syrup, Broiled Buttered Tomato Noodles Slices NOTE: Here is news for the man with ;/ifif **
molasses, hammer and saw. Whether you have a
Vegetable Salad Bowl coping .from the dime store
...: prepared pudding i saw or an \
: t mixtures, you cant Date-Nut Bread Butter V4d expensive band saw, you may now make
I cut-out scallops for any purpose desired.
Diced Fresh Fruit
'.M learn how to pre, Pattern No. 207 includes scallops from
pare delightful Apple DESIGN FOR CURTAINS AND TOWELS one and a half inches to nineteen inches; yonWhole
sugar-saving des- Beverage together with numerous illustrations of
*Recipes Given their use in home decoration. The lady
cakes and the limitations
serts, WHATEVER with needle and thread will want patternNo.
cookies that will may place on 202 with ten hotiron transfers of the

not only take you gracefully through. gers on bottom and sides of mold. new bathroom fixtures there is no i Morning Glory designs. Patterns are 10 Grain

the sugar-rationing period but will Turn % of pudding into mold; cover limit to the gay color and good I cents address each.: Order by number and

also remain favorites with you long with layer,of lady fingers. Turn remaining cheer that you may have with

after these times are past. i pudding into mold and brightly painted cupboards and MRS. RUTH WYETH SPEARS

Honey blends with raisins and I place another layer of lady fingerson towels decorated with pieces from Bedford Hills New York

spices in this delicious meltinyourmouth top. Chill 12 to 24 hours in re your scrap bag. In this bathrooma Drawer 10 NutritiveValues.

pie. frigerator. Unmold. morning glory applique design Enclose 10 cents for each pattern

Honey Raisin Crumb Pie. You can do all sorts of things with is' used for towels .of two sizes desired.

1 egg yolkteaspoon cheese as a last course and serve it and for 'curtains.., Name ...............................

'\... Ys ginger in place of fruit.JJ The handy towel and lotion cup- Address .............................
5i cup bread crumbsA Camembert has board is painted white outside and

cup flour an affinity for morning glory blue inside. The
o o
1 teaspoon cinnamon fruit. Try it with Take
Englishman Wouldn't
Y cup hot water
crackers served

2 tablespoons raisins buttercup :: I with a bowl full Chance on Blooming BombAn 01 recommended by the U. S. NUTRITION'

. Yz 6 "" ..., I of summer's lus- I r Funeral for Living I
t' % cup honey < cious fruits or, U.S. NEEDS us a FOOD RULES
14 teaspoon nutmeg. American- enemy plane passed over a
nut meats certain district in England one I
: y cup Sometimes in. the Orient AMONG TMOUtKOMUEMCID
made equivalents of Roquefort and ,_ a M THIKellogg's
!': Blend ,hot water .with,)honey and who fears he night, and the following 'morning IlUTlmott fOOD AKA
a' Blue cheese 'spread on hot buttered wealthy man might
Mix flour crumbs a man tald his neighbor that an .
add egg yolk. ,
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Boston brown bread tossed with aft- lose "face" by being deprived of a .
I' and spices. Rub in butter. Placea unexploded incendiary bomb had ';
er dinner coffee in place of dessert. funeral commensurate with his
of raisins unbaked pie fallen into his bedroom.
layer on
Serve a cheese tray for refresh- prestige holds the while
shell, cover, raisins with layer of ceremony "Throw it into the garden?" in-
ments and spare the sugar ration. alive so he can superintend it, reports Corn Flakes are
meats and honey- quired the neighbor."Can't .
nut over
This spicy apple sauce cake requires Collier's. On the big day, "
mixture. with do that the reply.
Top layer was
! ,I' water-egg only %: cup of sugar. he rides ina sedan chair behind restored to Whole Grain
of crumb mixture. Bake at 450 degrees "It's six feet long.
the casket in the funeral
until crust browns at edges, Apple Sauce Cake. proces- "Good gracious," gasped the
I sion as it proceeds about the city, Values of Thiamin (Vitamin
% cup shortening
reduce to 325 degrees for, 20 minutesor neighbor, "that's not an incendi-
until firm. Yz cup sugar accompanied by hundreds'of hired ary-that's a high explosive! Have
2 eggs attendants and several bands. In 81)) Niacin and Iron. Everyone -
\.) Magic Chocolate Pie. you been sleeping in the bedroom ,
Yz cup molasses the rear are the wailing relatives, "
2 squares unsweetened chocolate with that thing all night?
1% cups sweetened condensed 2 cups cake flour dressed in mourning. "N ot bloom likely 'I slepton needs these vital food

milk v 3 teaspoons baking powder the couch in the drawingroom -
1 teaspoon cinnamon elements day.
i Yz cup every
Recorded Acts
I teaspoon salt Yz teaspoon nutmeg
Y& teaspoon cloves
Yz teaspoon
From an old French word
i Baked pie shell (8-inch) .or Ys teaspoon soda Someone has said that every- "mes" derived from 'the Latin

i '1 cookie pie crust 1 cup apple sauce thing that is done is photographed.In word "missus" meaning 'a 'course

J j I Melt chocolate in top of double Yz cup raisins morals that is a truth of great at a meal, comes the Army's

boiler. Add sweetened condensed Cream shortening; add. sugar moment, but it is not a high mo- name "mess" for its breakfast,

milk and stir over rapidly boiling slowly, beating in well. Add well- tive to right-doing. The great,Photographer dinner, and supper. Favorite meal I .r.:; ALL .

water 5 minutes until,mixture thick- beaten eggs and beat until well records our acts, and, with the soldier is chicken dinner I zK.y a

ens. Remove from heat. Add wa- blended; add molasses. Sift together preserves the record; but we must -his favorite cigarette, Camel.; 1d1"lfp:4:

ter and salt. Stir until thoroughly dry ingredients and add alter- love the right because it is lovely, (Based on actual sales records ; CEREALS

blended. When cool, add vanilla. nately with apple sauce to first mix- and do the right because of its from Post Exchanges.) A cartonof ... .PPtrIVIIOLE "

Pour 'into baked pie shell, or cookie ture. Add raisins. Bake in greased lovableness.-Dr. J. Duncan. Camels, by the way, is the gift GRAIN
crumb crust. Chill.Butterscotch square baking pan in moderate oven ;.
he prefers first of all from the 'ly p.lur.l or ..>lor<4 ;
Ice-Box Cake. at 350 degrees about 1 hour. Frost '
folks back home. He's said so. l VALUESuAf =
(Serves 6 to 8) with: re Ar Soothe and cool away heatl'iifi Local tobacco dealers are featur- ,,
Raisin Nut B rash and help it- :,' Il..roumm.ndod b,'h.
1 recipe butterscotch cornstarch Frosting. \ I prevent ing Camel cartons to send any- .\ 4f..YT.IT10...001 IVUA I '
1 egg white THE dust all over with Mexican:
pudding AI Heat Powder-use after where to men in the armed forces.
Yz cup cream, whipped 14 cup light corn syrup Ii 8ryour bath. Costa little. -Adv.
Lady fingers or cake strips teaspoon vanilla extract r -

Prepare butterscotch pudding as Yz cup chopped seeded raisins I

directed on package. Cool. Fold in Yz cup chopped pecan meats

whipped cream. Line bottom and Beat, egg white until stiff. Add

sides of mold or loaf pan with waxed I syrup slowly, beating constantly. THE A/R ,OK Off THE GROffVfi'LSMS *

$ paper. Arrange layer of lady I Add vanilla and half of raisins and
fin-I nuts. Spread between layers and on ALTITUDE ENGINEER TOM FLOYD ,aAC Herr co. <: #
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you wondering (Serves 6 to 8) 7v
I how those pots and pans STANDARD EQUIPMENT
2 lamb
pounds pork or chops,
are going to last for the duration?
I Since the production for these has cut thick ., r THEy'RE EXTRA MILD
Put in a large covered skillet or fyll:H .y<>,t sew WITH ME.
; been sharply curtailed, you will ,4.'t ..
" chicken fryer. Cover top of meat
i want hints on keeping them in"cooking" closely ,with: s' WITH A FLAVOR THAT CLICKS I
I : 2 unpeeled lemons, sliced :
Aluminum: Leaving food inaluminum :.a:. r :: EVERY TIME :,;: '
il 1 large sweet onion cut in r' f% r'.i' ; .
: )' longer than necessary, rings rfr/;, f/:9;! ri yt < r iaa a ; >(1, C y jS
1 cut in
green pepper, rings ,
soaking the utensil before wash- .'' \ ':>,4"j. pi:t'% ,
1 teaspoon salt y. :
sd& ', t y<:J yt.Xrtr,yYn 'v .Gy
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spell / r ".
Pour over all: iIr: -" '- x fy. M&Sfj&APORTANT .;
! I short wear for this metal. If 7 iSuiJ ;.
, 2 cups tomato juice
you want to clean aluminum with- ,. ,. ki TO STEADY I
\ : out endangering its wearing period Dot with flakes of fat cut from :r' <: .,>; ry-:.: ,'y,' ,' .f: SMOKERS:
1 meat or butter. Cover and cook on 1r.1 syr't: .ky.r. ria
j use very fine scouring
, pow-
; der or steel wool for discolora- top of stove V& hours or until done. sSotvJcrvfopO "

tions. Or, cooking acid foods like Lift onto a hot platter, being carefulto <> t''
I keep lemon, onion and pepper .
tomatoes, rhubarb and apples will '
do the trick. slices in place. The meat cooked '''NA.Gd'7iAYfwY"

Iron: Wash in,hot, sudsy wa- this way acquires a chicken texture

ter. If this doesn't clean it, use and color, while the lemon, onion, With men in the Army, r "
and tomato make delicious
hot soda and water. If rusted, pepper a and CoastGuard CO/lfpipr ZE3 / /(
use scouring powder or steel sauce accompaniment. Navy, Marines, L f//{

I wool. Always dry completely Have you a particular household or the favorite cigaretteis a than that of the 4 other Iargest
\ 4 and in for cooking problem on which you would like Based actual brands tested-less selling
1 wrap paper storage. Camel. ( on than
'- expert advice? Write to Miss Lynn Cham- r a" accordin IIny of d1em-
E Tin: This metal does not keep bers at Western Newspaper Union, 210 sales records in Post Ex : g to iadependentsdentifictwtschanges
, shiny indefinitely, Remove burnt t of lbe moke itrelf!
South Dcsplaines Street, Chicago, Illinois,
and Canteens.
; 11 foods by boiling in soda and water explaining your problem fully to her. )

.1 for five minutes, never longer. Please enclose a stamped, self-addressed \
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rAGE- --_.- EIGHT THE CLEWISTOX NEWS FRIDAY 0 .11tCUST 14, ....VO'.,.....nJOfficial ...

-be taken as confessed by him and-I
; (SEAL)
that this i WILLIAM: T. HULL.
order \
published once each
for week for four consecutive weeks in Clerk Circuit Court, II
Bond August
War Quotas Hendry County '
U. S. Treasury the Clewiston News. H. A. RIDER, Florida. .'
Done and
ordered this 3rd day of Solicitor for Complainant
August, 1942. August 7-14-21-28. )


wAS Mctoy 5450t00o' <'It
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MONTANA !2.250.000 512,150,000 r X800000 I
5,100,000 '
10AT' 1 00,000
00 .930,504000
S815QOoo IDAHO SOUTH DAKOTA 418,000,00 MICHIGAN 516000 00 w 6,004000

'$?,/50000 N'TOMINC $$2,350,000 6150, pENNSrtvANlA $$19,004000

+ fiIS0,00D Tow' 0 0 563 50 930,254000

i i NEBRASKA, 313,25 fuIHIosiHDIAHA g44,000U0 0 4 2.504000 t I

NEVADA 551S00000 SI90000 0 wtsT & 1 Q750,000

UTA 111,250,000I

150,000 COl01UD0 KANSAS MIS: URI IlEN1UC S12'oo0 D01ssoooo

51,850,000 $18,250,000 51,25Q00


$ OKLAHOMA pRKArSAS 8250,000 s.caaouH I

ARIZONA NEW A1EXicO 16,500,000 X4,250,000 54 50 0S2IOOO00
$ 50D0PP 98500000 FIGURES: ,

TEXAS n.45 0.000,000

foR AUGUST.815.000,000
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Washington, D. C., August 5.-While maintaining a These factors have been taken into account in de. BusesDependable '

tentative annual level of twelve billion dollars as its goal, termining each state's share for the national quota for:

the Treasury Department today fixed the August quota August and will be given consideration in fixing quotasfor

for the sale of War Bonds at $815,000,000 as shown by the subsequent months.In Service -

accompanying map by states.In addition to the state quotas as set out in the

lowering the quota from a billion dollars in Julyto map there is a federal payroll allotment quota of Low Fares ,

$815,000,000 in August, the Treasury has given recog- $9,750,000 and territorial quotas as follows: Alaska,: Travel via _
nition to certain factors which may be expected to result $760,000; Canal Zone, $213,000; Hawaii, $4,800,000; s Motor Lines MAINLINE to all Florida'I

in'variations in sales over the 12-month period, such as Puerto Rico, $440,000 and the Virgin Islands, I and the North. ,: J

the seasonal character of farm income. $17,000. U.S. Treasury; Department a .
Northbound-Croxs-Stnte to Tampa

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Lv. CANAL POINT 5.20 AM 10:30. AM 1:40 PM 3:30: PM
Registration Books To seeking a decree in this Court to PROPERTY IN THE SOUTH Ar. TAMPA 10:50 AM 4:30 PM 7:20 PM 9:30 PM
validate and confirm the issuance of FLORIDA CONSERVANCY DIS-
said bonds and said petition now TRICT: Southbound-Going
Be: Open Until Oct. 24 having been presented to this Court You and each of you are hereby
and the Court being fully advisedin notified that on August 10, 1942 the Lv. CANAL POINT 12:15 AM 2:00 PM 3:50: PM 4:00 PM 5:55 PM
the premises, it is ORDERED. AD- foregoing order to show cause was Ar. MIAMI 3:55 AM 5:30 PMReturning 7:20 PM 7:30 PM 9:40: PM
JUDGED AND DECREED that the entered by The Honorable Ross
John L. Hall, county supervisor'of State of Florida through the State Williams Judge of the Circuit Courtof '
.. Attorney of the Fifteenth Judicial the Fifteenth Judicial Circuit of, .
will be in his -
registration, Circuit and the State Attorney of the Florida in and for Palm Beach County Lv. MIAMI 2:00 AM 7:00 AM 9:00 AM 10:00 AM 12:01 PM
in the courthouse Tuesday, Twelfth Judicial Circuit be and is and that the petition filed in said.[ Ar. CANAL POINT 5:20 AM 10:30: AM 12:20 PM 1:40 PM 3:30: PM
Wednesday and Thursday of each hereby required to show cause, if any Courtb as referred to in said order .
Northbound to Tallnlm.s.seeCANAL
there be. before this Court 'on the e heard before the Judge of I ,
week through the week ending 14th day of September 1942 at 9:30 said Court in the Court House in I COSTS LESS THAN DRIVING
Lv. POINT ......_.._.. _._12:20 PM
I M. the in
o'clock A. Court House
'Oct. 24, for the purpose of register- at West Palm Beach, Florida on Sep- Ar. ORLANDO ... .. ...__.._.___._._. 4:35 PM
West Palm Beach Florida, why said ? ? !!nail ._._....___
tember 14, 1942, at 9:30 o'clock A. M., $ I.RO $ 3.2i>>
.. .. .
Ar. OCALA ... .. .... .. 7:25 PM I
electors. His hours in the bonds should not be validated and --?---- ? --
ing and you and each of you are hereby ; .luckxon '.11 _. 4':>:5
confirmed decree of this Courtin Ar. TALLAHASSEE ....................12:10 AM 8.m
'mornings are from 9 to 12 noon conformity by a to the set forthin charged said with notice of the contentsof 'rum ii ._..._...r 2,5.: ;, 4.GO
prayer petition and notified and re-
i and afternoons from 12 to 5. said petition and pursuant to the quired to appear at the time and Northbound to Jacksonville Lakeland ._ ::.10 3.80

Any person otherwise qualifiedwho laws of the State of Florida in such place of hearing as aforesaid to show Lv. CANAL POINT ._ ..._..,_.....12:20 PM; Orlando ...-....-- ::.30 4.15
in case made and provided.It cause, if any you have or if any there Ar. JACKSONVILLE L............?.12:01: AM Tallahassee __ 6':0: 11.4;
was 'not registered to vote is further ordered and decreed be why the refunding (bonds refer- (Via Orlando) ',
'the May democratic primaries 'and'who that the Clerk of this Court is here- red to in said petition should not be Lake City __ 4.GO 8.:0
by required to give notice of such validated and confirmed in conformitywith Lv. CANAL POINT ., 5:20 AM Atlanta __.___ 9.15 16.0
has been in the state one year hearing by publication of this orderin the prayer set forth in said Ar. JACKSONVILLE -...--.-..._.._ 4:00 PM Savannah _. .. 6.45>> 11.60
and the county' six months may newspapers printed and publishedin petition and pursuant to the laws of I (Via Winter Haven) -J'
Palm Beach and Hendry Countiesand the State of Florida in such case Ulrmlngham 10.80'lIi.4:;
Register to vote 'in the general election of general circulation in the made and provided. Lv. CANAL POINT---_.._.?.??.?._ 1:40 PM Nt-w York' _., 11.3>> 3125>>
Nov. 3, and also youths who portions of said District located in This notice is given under date of I Ar. JACKSONVILLE ......._?.__._ 1:15 AM Direct Connection At Jnek- f
the respective counties, once each August 10, 1942.J. .
(Via Winter. Haven) 'IIIf',
Hon Tallahassee and Lake
have become 21 years of age since week for three consecutive weeks ALEX ARNETTE

:the May primaries.IN prior to the said 14th day of September Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Lv. CANAL POINTJACKSONVILLE ._..-__...._... 3:30 PM City For With All Points Greyhound North Lines and
1942, the first publication in each Fifteenth Judicial Circuit in the Ar. ___ __, 4:45 AM West.
. ''' '
of said counties +sHA thirty days before State of
--------- Florida in and for Palm (Via Lakeland)
said date. At the time and place Beach County.RAYMOND .
THE CIRCUIT COURT aforesaid all property owners, taxpayers R. RICHARDSON,
FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF citizens and all others whomit Attorney.
FLORIDA may concern or having or. claim- Publish August 14, 21, 28 1942. 1I I ,
'IN AND 'FOR PALM REACH COUNTY ing any right, title or interest in said PHONE 3921 CANAL POINT
District are hereby notified to appear
IN CHANCERYNo. and show cause if any they have or IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE .
if any there be, why said bonds
should not be validated and con- THE STATE OF FLORIDA, IN AND l'I.
firmed by a decree of this Court in
a political subdivision of COUNTY.IN I
conformity to the prayer set forthin
the State of Florida by and throughits said petition and pursuant to the CHANCERY.
Board of Supervisors. laws of the State of Florida in such HI 1
Petitioner, case made and provided. HESTER 'SUSAN ROSE.
'THEvsSTATE Done and ordered at West Palm Complainant,
OF FLORIDA, et al, Beach Florida, in the Fifteenth Ju- vs.MAULTIE.
Defendant. dicial Circuit of the State of Florida, EVERETT ROSE.Defendant. .
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE this 10th day of August, A. D.. 1942. ')
The above cause coming on to be ROSS WILLIAMS To Maultie Everett Rose whose placeof I
'heard upon the petition this day filed Judge of the Circuit Court of the residence is unknown:
herein by South Florida Conservancy Fifteenth Judicial Circuit of the It appearing from the sworn bill t: f
District Florida a political subdivision State of Florida in and for Palm filed in said court wherein said complainant I II I I c t
: of the State of Florida including
Beach County, Florida. seeks a divorce from the I
territory located in Palm Beach said defendant that
the place of
residence !
and Hendry Counties, and the Board I of said
of Supervisors for said District as its PUBLIC NOTICETO iIt is defendant... is unknown.\ !
now therefore ordered that the
governing: body, seeking to determinethe THE PROPERTY OWNERS TAXPAYERS I said defendant be and is required tol j
'authority to issue refunding: CITIZENS AND ALL in said 1
appear cause on September
bonds in the total sum of $551,500 and OTHERS WHOM IT MAY CON- 1942, at the Clerk's office in = 0'
1 1I 1M
to determine the legality of the proceedings CERN HAVING OR CLAIMING Hendry County Florida, 7'1 !
had and taken preliminary ANY RIGHT TITLE OR INTER- 'in the City of ,LaBelle. Florida
to and in connection
\ therewith and .' EST IN SOUTH FLORIDA CON- wise the allegations of said bill It t

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